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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 October 1940

Addressed Frosh _fc_^ - Adrian O. Morse, assistant to the _President in charge of resident instruction, addressed the second compulsory freshman meeting last night on "Do You Want to Learn?" (see story below. ) Frosh To Request 'Beat W.Virginia' All freshmen are required to wear '"Beat West Virginia" signs this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, it was announced last night by W. Lewis Corbin '41, president of Tribunal. In the short quiz which was held for exempted frosh, it was revealed that none of the boys knew who either the All-College President or the captain of the football team was. As a result, they were, asked to get the signature of each of these men by next Tuesday. With a Moslem veil draped over his head, Alber Miller will carry this sign, "I Must A'Veil Myself Of All Customs." John Cooper,, who took the fateful chance of dating, will appear this noon, in the garb of a coed. In addition to- this, Cooper will carry a potted "mum" and advertise the Hort Show by anno...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 October 1940

mr e_^ _^ *_"• _w - ' " _^ ll _i aj _ujfe ' ' ¦* _r><: + ** _^ifflmlBiw_^ _lii* "_^ '^^BwBkHSSB! B - - -(BroBcjB»MK8rffii££S5 _^ _^-_^ 5 s _SW; Add Zest to Your Daily Life Chew Delicious _DOUBLE Ml NT GUM gig and Keep _yu«« - ., .- _r _._^-nhful refreshing it Treat yourself to _neaitniui_, DOUBLEMINT GUM every, day. I n.... ._M._„i .*m£ of DOUBLEMINT GUM today CAMPUS CALENDAR liiiiimiimiiimmiiiiiiiiimiiimmnmmimmininimiii TODAY: \-PSCA Cabin Party for music, project, and program committees in honor of John A. Stevenson, CA Cabin; 4 p. m. Cwen meeting in WSGA Room, White Hall at 7:15 p. m. instead of 6:45 p. m. as previously announced. Variety and Rifle Clubs meet in White Hall at 6:30 p. m. U. S: Field Hockey - Touring Team presents exhibition match and hockey clinic at White Hall from 3 to 6 p. m. Group discussion and coffee hour in White Hall at 8 p. m. Freshman Independent Party meets in 405 Old Main at 7:30 p.m. _Illlllllllllllllllllll...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 October 1940

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 October 1940

With its 66 Baffle filter FRANK MEDICO accomplishes what; no other pipe has ever achieved. Ask any man who smokes one* aafis_»BW((tt JUPs FINEST BRIAR MONEY CAN BUT GENUINE FILTERS FOR MEDICO PIPES PACKED ONLY IN THIS RED * BUCK BOX Gymnast Leaves College Today's Movie Schedule John Wolf '43, ace gymnast on the freshman team last year and former Philadelphia scholastic champion, dropped out of the College last week. Financial difficulties and a desire to enter the aviation field caused his withdrawal. ' Cathaum—"Dulcey" State—"Westerner" • . Nittany—"New Moon" - Ten miles of radiators supply heat to 152 campus buildings at the University of Wisconsin. Bill Smith Wins First Time-Trials Captain Bill Smith, 125-pound titan of eross-country runners, again proved his harrier superiority when he drifted across the finish line almost two minutes ahead of Alex Bourgerie in yesterday's five-mile time trials. Smith's time was 26.54. Max Peters, Chet Snyder, Po...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 October 1940

* 40 Queens Craighead Judges Make Final Selection Today Three queens from whom a 1940 Collegian Queen will be chosen were selected by 1940 Collegian subscribers as-open balloting ended at 6 p. m. yesterday. They are: Freshman Queen—Phyllis Watkins '44. Dormitory Queen — Jean C. Craighead '41. Sororicy Queen. — Gloria M. Kneppef '43. The newly-selected * queens will meet with the_ judges who will choose the . 1940 Collegian Queen at 4 o'clock this afternoon and go over the script for their part in tomorrow night's 'radio pep rally over station KDKA. They w:ll participate in a tricky football question and answer skit, "Miss-Information. Please." Tonight the judges will meet and make their selection of the 1940 Collegian Queen. When her name is announced at the dance tomorrow, the Collegian Queen will reecive a trophy from Arnold C. Laich '41, all-College Nof Our Faull H. Edward Wagner '41, IFC president, presided at the " meeting of fraternity presidents last night which r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 October 1940

Member Pkssoclded _Golle6_iote Press Distributor of Cb!!e6iateDi6es_* WELCOME COEDS Step Into ihe Front Line—and Rate A "3" Ih Loveliness! is* ¦ RAND BEAUTY SALON "Where Quality and Economy Reign".,. . DIAL 2621 OVER METZGERS THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Successor to the Penn State Collegian, established 1904, and the- Free Lance, established 1887 _\fe I6_v6u) HoiD *a San ¦ 1 i. i * ' "g DYebs CASH and CARRY Texferized Gleaning PLAIN DRESSES and MEN'S SUITS 49c and 5fc 21S E. COLLEGE AVE Near Alh. Hall CAMPUS CALENDAR iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiuiiiitiiiiiiiiniiiiniiimiiiiiiiiiiHi TODAY: i - A1LNYA students who failed td take the oath of allegiance las_^ week can complete this part of the" federal application in Room 403 'Old Main from 1:30 to 5 p.m. Tryouts for PSCA play, "Bread,'. Room 304 Old Main at 6:45 p. m Discussion on propaganda .analysis will be held in the _._Weslej! Foundation parlors at 7 p. m. ..j PSCA Seminar i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 October 1940

_mj?am_? _t& _Tmtsmg -— ^^lllll _SZ_& GET SET WITH A _^MM -*& f j J' _2» t6PCOAT._„,$_3450 m /^O_^lr^^C_^ _^ ' _f°c _* *a (f'V'fe t_&reaf... outstanding in _Ip iwiS'^^-l *""_"* £_^ **"*''tof/bri' nsr_, <">_# _«£a vaiueJ _$_^il_^ ^* I "ZlP'I» Warmirs" ... $7.50 ffJ_^_T JACK HARPER _, m lirifi_^. _jfexl To Calhaum Theatre J_&_ffl For Your Subscribe Now Ticket to « THE COLLEGIAN DANCE Hear Perm Slate's New Song. Written by Fred Waring. To Be _Broadcast for iha First Time on Friday Night. ADMISSION BY SUBSCRIPTION TICKET ONLY Music fay The Campus Owls 91612 RecHall _Dancing October 11 Night Football STATE COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL vs OSCEOLA MILLS Friday, October II, 194® High School Stadium 8:00 P. M. ADMISSION 50 and 75 Cents DID YOU KNOW thiit 2d years ago the Penh State lacrbs& team played against ieizms from Indian f' eservatiblns? FROMM'S OPPOSITE OLD MAIN Socce...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 October 1940

i i=M_3Tr»ft v _itykjt v _T _£\ilS\ \_JVll 1_£ .<LL _*Z. I OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND JEFFREY LYNN —In— "MY LOVE Um BACK" —PLUSCAVALCADE OF ACADEMY AWARDS" Evenings _Ottly 6:30. 8:30 _f t.sst _ttmp? _Tnniv f _* WJ I _""" »~ *~" JEANETTE MACDONALD NELSON EDDY —In— "HEW 10018" Varsity Debateri Parly Freshmen The women's vanity _debate squad will sponsor a party for al freshman women interested in debating in White Hall at 7:15 p.m today. Freshman debaters last season were hostes'ses to a convention ol nearly a dozen colleges who discussed such issues as isolation, blame for the war, third term, and un-American activities. Intercollegiate debates were scheduled with (Bucknell, Gettysburg, and West Virginia teams, both here and . away. Most of their debates are Oregon style, consisting of two 20-minute constructive speeches, two 14-minute cross-examinations, and two 6-minute summaries. Freshmen may receive academic credit for this extra-curricular activity, and no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 October 1940

_CovKTtvr or S. _Remiossuw or Tim _> Rally, Dance 'Weekend'Season Commences Today "Big Weekend" season hits the campus with a bang today and tomorrow with Alumni Homecoming, the all-college pep rally and broadcast from Rec Hall, the Collegian Dance, selection of a Collegian Queen, five sports events, the dedication of the Land Grant Mural, and other special events filling the two-day schedule. This year is the 20th anniversary of Alumni Fall Homecoming Weekend, started in 1920, and between 1500 and 2000 old grads are expected to register today in the first floor lounge of Old Main. Returning Alumni will find a full program planned for their entertainment today and tomorrow. (See page 4 for Weekend Calendar.) Undergraduates will share with the alumni in the season's first large social affair, the Collegian Dance. Following the Pep Rally, the dance will feature the music of the Campus Owls. Highlight of the event will be the announcement of the Collegian 1940...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 October 1940

Welcome Grads for * _tfgire • Cigarettes # _Gamfy Smoking _Tcbacefr and _Pefftfdicais /_fs _HiHANY NEWS W. COLLEGE AV_& CAMPUS _CALENDAR freshmen Mee! Faculty TODAY: Mr. Jonathan E. Steere, vicepresident of the Girard Trust Compan3r , will speak to all Commerce and Finance students in Room 121 Liberal Arts Building at 4 p.m. PSCA community service committee meeting, Room 304 Old Main at 7 p.m. Block and Bridle Club important pledge meeting in Room 206 Agricultural Building at 7:30 p.m. MONDAY: Short organization meeting of all students interested in the Penh State weight-lifting, society in second floor lounge of Old' Main at 7 p_^m. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiijii Informal gatherings have" been planned with _, a different faculty member acting as host to freshmen in his home every Sunday night. Five women from Mac Hall, five from -Woman's Building, five from downtown, and: fifteen freshman men will -be ~ invited ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 October 1940

TRY OUR HEW DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT COOK'S MARKET DIAL 791 W$_S.ff_»A3_Ifa_$T Grads Welcome f. S. HAMER, Distributor Golden Guernsey Milk Dari-Rich Chocolate Milk Cottage Cheese - Buttermilk Green Spot Phone 859 101 West Dittany /, . SHOE In the new _^ o to PSQCffi S6-95 that Custom Character Need Not be Expensive It took months of. experimenting to perfect tie hand-app li ed ; lustrous finish on this semi-brogue model. Stop in and see it! TSie College Boot Sfiop "We Fit SFwes by X-Raif . 135 S. ALLEN ST. Tal Jones, Mgr. Co-op Elects Officers -Nittany co-op elected the following officers this week: Betty A. Whittaker '41, .president; Betty..A. Mickey '42, vice-president; and _Melba E. Dixon '42, fire chief. United Slates Field Hockey Team Finishes Two-Day Visit Here _DemostraHons_, Games " Featured Activities ¦ With. demonstrations of "hockey tactics and a short match against a team cf physical education majors on - Holm'es Field yesterday, th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 October 1940

TONIGHT!! THE LY COLLEGIAN DANCE DAI The First BIG Dance of the Year REC HALL NO CUSTOMS INFORMAL Dance From 9 till 12 To The Campus Owls' Get YOUftSubJoiplionand Dance Ticket MOW it STUDf NT UHION!! i ":-.' ¦ •'. ¦ * ¦ . :" :¦'• -. -,"• - ':•'*':_':r-.c_^c-r<_-| <'- ¦ _VfiJ'.- >.y 2~?_':_iix _Hf_^U. "'- _Wr /_->r. '- j .-V._ignrit.- ¦H(3l> . j fe-.d :'¦-, :.-< ' i -,i - _r.. :m _^ - V* '.•"* -.•.'_v.* _fi:'"- f". -"»' -f ~{>-;- .|-§V'^>.' Will Play Fred Waring has written a new Penn State song which he will broadcast on his radio program tonight. He indicated recently that he hopes to be here for the football game tomorrow. Season's First Big Weekend Plans FRIDAY: Alumni registration, first floor lounge, Old Main. _«. Varsity - Club Dinner, Centre Hills Country Club, 6 p.m. Fred Waring broadcast, relayed in Rec Hall, 7 p.m. 'Student-Alumni Mass Meeting and Pep _^ Rally Broadcast, Rec Hall, begins...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 October 1940

Glass Of 1932 Will Present Poors Mural To College Tomorrow ^^^^ ^^^^^^ . '^^_fe_%^^^^J _^-^"_«5? 9 -JHg ¦¦ • ¦ B^^^^fc In the center of the mural the figure of Abraham Lincoln companions a young student who holds an unplanted tree, symbolizing the creation and future promise of the new land-grant college. The first Old Main building is being constructed behind these figures, while light breaks lf 'v—-g YJ)gi^» _T_;t. _v_^tuJi:-j...»^^j-..-•:._'- i(^_. . ' ._ri'-_<-v.. ' ..'- T_^_M r _ through the clouds overhead. Richly autoumn-toned farm lands occupy the deep background spaces to the left of Old Main; industrial legions can be seen to the right of the high blue mountain ranges. In the foreground are set groups of figures typifying the primary educational objectives of _^fe'i-S_^_ro_^t T^^_HBBlM_^_BP a land-grant college To the extreme left in the fresco is a rural nome scene in which a student is taking leave of his parents for college. Below Old Main an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 October 1940

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 October 1940

WELCOME. GRAD Two "Musts" On Your List A Penn State victory over West Virginia. A delicious steak or roast lor dinner. From MILLER'S MARKET FREE DELIVERY — 104 W. BEAVER '• DIAL 775 . '»._*-_> ALUMNI We are ready to serve you as in the past Meet Your Old Friends At GRAHAM & SON GIRLS . '.„ ¦'"' " DM7 DELAY ANY LONGER '¦I.-- .A Ask Your Man Todau To The a?/_9 fc £ mm dance Rex Rockwell October i 8—-White Hall _^Friday, FORMAL 9-12 -. $1 PER COUPLE _fili Cwens Are _Sellmg Tickets 1940-41 _Sports Schedules iiiJiimi ilHliHiiiiHuiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiHiiHlliiiiiHiiimiiiiniiiniiiiiHiiMnHHiiiHi iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii _iniiiii Schedules for Varsity Baseball Basketball, Boxing, Tennis, Golf and- Freshman'Boxing, Swimming and Golf were announced yesterday by Neil M. Fleming, graduate manager of Athletics. BasebalfSchedule April': 11—Penn- "_- «£_» Philadelphia 1-2—Princetom>_cr.?2Frinceton-, N. J ie—...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 October 1940

ARROW SHIRTS ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS a i! MEN'S APPAREL \i 146 South. Alloa' St- Diagonally ARROW _TIESV: "-v - . ¦' .-, - - ;»»•. • AcroM-from _JBo*t. Of fie*.- - \_M ¦ ¦ '¦ . ' ;_- _> .-::.- \ _iN - .-_'- .V*_-*}_- _ARROWiUNOERWEARt OUR STORE RENOVATIONS ARE COMPLETED We can serve you belter al this lime because no expense was spared to make this store your MAIN SHOPPING CENTER We Feature Society Brand Clothes — Florsheim Shoes — Schoble Hals — Botany Ties — Essley Shirts—Our Formal Department Is Complete For Your Full Needs—Your Shopping Here Will Be Pleasant romm_^ ppositfrOrd_'_.Maih - State College "IT'S TOMMY TUCKER TIME." This Familiar Theme Line Will Introduce to Slate College Audiences The Music of One of America's Most Famous Orchestras. Playing Four Shows On The Cathaum Slage Today. The Orchestra Will Fealure the Lovely Songstress, AMY ARNELL, DONALD BROWN. "Romantic Baritone" _KERWIN SOMMERVILLE, "The Sensational Novelty Singer and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 October 1940

Probable Starting Lineups PENN STATE Pos. No. L.E.. Lloyd Parsons 43' L.T. Carl Stravinski 10 L.G. Mike Garbinski 44 C. Leon Gajecki 26 R.G. Wade Mori 40 R.T. Frank Piatt 12 R.E. Tom Vargo 27 Q.B. - John'Patrick 8 L.H. Chuck Peters 5 R.H. Len Krouse 16 F.B. ' Earl Brown 13 Referee—A. D. Horgan, Bost No. 43- 10 44 26 40 12 27 8 5 16 13 Boston WEST VIRGINIA Pos. No. L.E. Bob Mellace 83 L.T. Vic A'Hearn , 71 L.G. Vincent Cimino 41 C. Tom Gillooly 55 R.G. VicPeelish 51 R.T. Walt Pike 86 R.E. John Shonk 85 Q.B. Charles Seabright 33 L.H. Dick-McElwee 35 R.H. Don McCann 91 F.B. John Carliss 38 College. Umpire:—H. J. Benzoni Columbia. Linesman—J. R. McPhee, Oberlin. Field Judge—E. W Cavanaugh, Pittsburgh. Coming Round' the Mountaineers LEN KROUSE a Today Gridders Perform For Alumni Guests By PAT NAGELBERG A badly crippled Penn State football team, its hopes for an undefeated season somewhat dashed by the injury jinx which struck this week, will face a lean and hungry posse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 October 1940

Member _ftsso crated CoUe&icite Press Distributor of Go'leftiafe DieSesi Drive-In Theatre SATURDAY . .. "WITH LOVE ForDeRvery Call f7f W. R. Hickey, Distributor Miffbrook The Whole Town's Talking about the kPA at THE COLLEGE BOOK STORE 129 W. BEAVER RICKEY' NOW OPEN You can now use the new roaiKto Hickey's to call for your week south _s corner,: west stands, -_^to'Srganize cheering sections. • _;" "J\ -_ ¦ Forestry alumni reunion"and dedication of new Forestry building. ' . -: : ' .:. Home Economics Building ' open f o r inspection. Refreshments served. "' TOMORROW: _v Induction of new Campus Center Club members, first - floor lounge, Old Main, 7:30 p. nv '•' League of Evangelical students meets 418 Old Main at 7:30 p.:m. Two-year reunion, headquar ters, second floor lounge, . Old Main. MONDAY: Students interested in Penn State weight-lifting society will organize in second floor lounge, 7 p. m. Delta Gamma Alumnae meeting at Mrs....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 October 1940

By MR. ALIEN GUTMAN Representative of EDWARD'S CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING _Haraig _gtfpijr W_&$ "OUTFITTERS FOR SMART MEN" M. B. Zeper—Mgr 127 SOUTH ALLEN ST PENH STATE CUSS RINGS and Fraternity Jewelry "always in town" at L (a. Balfour Office 1C9 Allen St. SAUERS STORE Ant tumtmng AN EXCLUSIVE SHOWING OF FALL FASHIONS Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE _Whalla Yuh Say Gang!! S. Maxkland for a cruise oi How about dropping anchor at the S. fun on untroubled waters. The only passport necessary is your matriculation card. GRADS—Don't let that DETOUR stop you from renewing acquaintances with Skipper Bob and Captain Mort. HOTEL MARKIAND Bellefonte, Pa Fraternities! Have You Tried BEAVER BROS BREADS and SWEET ROLLS Phone Lewistown 791 Miles Dormitory Elects Newly-elected president o_: Miles Street dormitory is N, Agnes Peoples '41; vice-president, Claire Bernstein '42; a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 October 1940

HELLO, GRADS For Fine Chocolates, You'll Find You Can't Beat _YOUGELS "We Pack The Pieces You Choose To Eaf > r*i - _. STATE THEATRE_^LDG. *. W. COLLEGE. AVE WELCOME, GRADS! HOTEL BROCKERHOFF BELLEFONTE DINNERS 12:00 io 2:30 6:00 lo 7:00 COCKTAIL LOUNGE — DANCING — ^ GSmJ_^_SaST _j Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 •_rnrsav .vrriM .tttpc I _. _.__.. _. . -_._ , _,.-« «_. _ i . * Hue _ou_$ fen? iO featuring _??> PAT O'BRIEN «i_ GALE PAGE f J .DONALD CRISP If If I __ f , 1 _- __»¦» _<_"*____( WW _ 5i* _meche _msSBSk ¦_fijiit _Zf I _pr_^. -.- . _*. , GMBLE __ _*_%_*t MIRANDA Shows at 1:30. 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 I _tv_^_ti _ -v .mitt -v i _uni I a _v._»__. _ -I lie cUiaraiipi.ii & acta_®sn-._o__iiedy « of tlie year,? jPj _0.faf«.ML_My _Wy DEVINE I!h *THK _LfMlE HE t. wtob Astrid Allwyn Mickey Rooney. Judy Garland Ann Rutherford -ANDY HARDY MEETS /A DEBUTANTE" uWfM. _W_^_MWl Evenings Only 6:30, ...

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