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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 February 1942

Meet Jimmy Young At KEELER'S Monday March 2nd At 2:00 P. M. Who Will Autograph Copies Of His Book aim J • _lil _ t» • • - — n » Behind the Rising Sun _FHE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Betier Penn State" _Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian _established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1887' Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the _regular College year by the students o£ Tlie Pennsylvania fjtite College. Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1934 ut. the Post-oCCice at State College, Pa., under the act ot March 3. 1379. . Editor . _sZXSt_* , Bus- _*nd Adv. Mgr. Ross Lehman '42<a _^ ®^' James _McCaughey '42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Women's Editor—Jeanne C. Stiles '42; Managing Editor—John A. Baer '42; Snorts Editor—A. Pat Nagelberg. '42. .Feature Editor—William J. McKnight '42; News Editor—(Stanley J., PoKempner '42; Women's Feature Editor—Alic...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 February 1942

ARROW SHIRTS ARROW TIES _wj2»_£ Men's Apparel CORNER ALLEN AND BEAVER ARROW SHIRTS ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS See Our Arrow Shirt Window SHOWING THE NEW Gridiron Stripes Charles' Fellow Shop 109 S. Allen Si 2 Lion Gymnasts Share Individual Scoring Lead Lion Gym Team Tops . Eastern Opponents Harold Zimmerman and Sol Small are tied with Captain Walt Blattman of Navy in a three-way draw for individual scoring honors in the Eastern Intercollegiate Gym League as the season passes the half-way point. The trio is deadlocked with .23 points apiece although Zimmerman and Small have competed in one more meet than the Navy star. The " diminutive blond tumbler, ¦ H al Zimmerman, is undefeated on the mats in league competition arid has .divided honors with .Small on the parallel -bars. Small has picked up 13 markers on the parallel bars, his specialty, and has copped six on the side horse and four on the flying rings. Navy's Blattman is undefeated on the horizontal bar and sid...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 February 1942

You'll love the delicious goodness of Yougel's Candies. They're wholesome and nutritious. Give your Senior Ball dale one of our fine boxes of _chocolates. YOUGEL'S We Pack IHe Pieces You Choose LET US SHINE YOUR FQRMALS Before You Take Her To SATURDAY NIGHT Dance to his music on records from Merlin k Kramer "Barbers" The Music Room Opposite Old Main j J in the Glennland Bldg CASSIDYS BARBER SHOP (4 Barbers) 210 S. Allen St. Glennland Grill Glomnland Apartment Bldg All Kinds of Ginger Ale, Mixers, and Sandwiches OPEN ALL NIGHT Gel That HAIRCUT Before Senior Ball — In Fact — Before Every Occasion SPRINGER'S arnwbLH: ¦ _!""-£$ On S. Allen St. i ' .'rLi THE MERCHANTS ON THIS PAGE HAVE PLEDGED TO MAKE YOUR SENIOR BALL WEEKEND A SUCCESS. Barber Shop 146 S. Allen Street 20 Pledges Assume Duties New _ofiicers elected this week by eight sorority pledge classes in.:- Alp:.a Chi Omega—Margaret L. Goo 1 '45, president; Gloria G. Greene '-15, vi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 February 1942

Concerns To Send Job Interviewers To Visit Campus Representatives of national business and industrial concerns will toe making periodical trips to the campus from now until April .to interview prospective Liberal Arts seniors for jobs, Prof. H. B. Young, counsellor for male LA students, stated yesterday. "The majority of them will not be here until the latter part of April," Professor Young said, and they will interview only those students recommended by the heads of departments and those who filled out the job forms." Companies desiring majors in specific' subjects, such as mathematics, accounting, or journalism, obtain the names of eligible seniors from the various departments, but those desiring general majors ai-e handled through Dean Stoddart's office and Professor Young. Firms that have already sent re presentatives here looking for students in certain fields follow: General Electric, math majors and women journalists; Carnegie-Illinois, accounting majors; Shell Oil Comp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 February 1942

After Senior Ball Th Corner unusual rHE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established t!)40. Successor to the Penn State Collegian established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1837. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the _logulnr College year by the students o£ The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 at the Posl-oCCice at State College, Pa., under the act of March I!,. 1879. Editor *^ _BJT w _^us. ant_* Adv. Mgr. floss Lehman '42< _"_^8&!?R> James McCaughey '42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazier St. • Phone 711 Phone 4372 _» _^ ~—> ——_^_—.— Women's Editor—Jeanne C. Stiles '42; Managing Editor—John A. Baer '42; Snorts Editor—A. Pat Nagelberg '42. Feature Editor—Willfam J. McKnight '42; News Editor—Stanley J. PoKempner '42; Women's Feature Editor—Alice M. Murray '42; Women's.Sports.EdUor—R. Helen Gordon '42. Credit Manager—Paul M. Gold...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 February 1942

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 February 1942

OPEN ALL NIGHT FRIDAY Greyhound Post House Southwest of Old Main Atherlon St. and Railroad Ave. State College 24 HOUR SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO! RESIDES +TAXI+ S. ALLEN ST. DIAL 3421 ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE FOR OUT OF TOWN TRIPS _W_^_jj -Writer ZJke (_JSali Js& _KJuer p|. \ IH (and before) Barbecued Chopped Beef on Toasted Bun Cole Slaw Coffee or Tea 30c vUe_, ZJhe Women Pardon Us Coeds Affected By Strict Military Rule In First War Former Dean Of Women Describes College Year, 1918-19, As 'Series Of Excitement' Since coeds are wondering what changes next year (or even next month) will bring to their lives, consideration of women student's _activities during the first World War mi._^ht indicate possibilities. Penn State coeds during the first World War were affected by the strict military discipline under which men students lived, according to Miss L. V. T. Simmons, who served as dean of women in 1918-19. Major Bayliis, whom Miss Simmons _described as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 February 1942

Late News Flashes... RANGOON — The British have evacuated virtually all their troops .'torn Burma, leaving only a few defenders to battle the greatly reinforced Japanese attackers. The Chinese are still working for the -defense of Rangoon.' .. WASHINGTON — Congressmen are proposing to raise the debt limit to 125 billions of. dollars, The debt limit now stands at $65 billions. WASHINGTON — Costs of eating in this country will be increased $1,000,000,000 if the Senate Farm-Bloc's threatened rider is placed .pin the' war • appropriation bill, according to President Roosevelt.' • -. : , - _WASHINGTON — Authoritative' _^ sources said yesterday that the _Admbiistration_. is..._opposed, to aban'donrr.eritrof overtime_^pay. for work in excess of 40 hours a week, and that even if he had the power, Mr. Roosevelt would not suspend such provisions of law. BATAAN — MacArthur's forces have been making repeated counter-attacks_, against the _ Japanese. In the past two weeks the Japs have advan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 February 1942

Monday March 2nd At 2:00 P. M. Who Will Autograph Copies Of His Book _un _^_i • 3 _j._T t>:_~:_~ _~ c^" Sun ,, Behind the Rising The First National Bank Of State College Member of Meet Jimmy Young At SENIOR BALL ACCESSORIES *-« ¦ <« _&wU ¦ Hospitality Pack (Delivered) Deluxe Water Proof Package Of PURE CRACKED ICE ¦¦•¦- Midi Punch Bowls of ice Ideal For Fraternity Parties Hillside Ice & Storage Co. 133 N. Patterson St. Phone 842 _FHE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" _Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1887 , Published daily except Sunday and Monday durine the regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Otate College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 ot the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act oJ March 8, 1879. Editor _*3_Sfes_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Boss Lehman *42<a _^iP_& James McCaug...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 February 1942

THE MARKLANO HOTEL UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT BELLEFONTE. PA OFFERS DELICIOUS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY DINNERS — from S.85 Brockerhoff Hotel • Wine • Dine • Dance WINDGREST Liquor — Beei Food DANCING U. S. Route 322 • Good • Direct • Tap Beei RED HOUSE TAVEBN Greyhound Post House Southwest of Old Main C L UB BR EA KF A STS LUNCHEONS DINNERS SANDWICHES FOUNTAIN SERVICE Open Until 1:30 P. M. 146 N. Aiherlon State College The "BENMflB" AIR CONDITIONED New 'and Different . . CIRCULAR BAR Every Night KAHLEY and His Hammond Organ 1 Mile West of Lewistown Route 22 STEAKS Are Our Specialty YOU KNOW SPIDERS 108 S. Pugh Si Penn State Courtmen, Boxers Feature Weekend Snorts Calendar Three 01 Nation's Outstanding Teams Will Highlight Doubleheader Program Seven Trackmen Enter AAU Meet Climaxing one of the test Winter seasons in the history of Lion athletics, tonight's doubleheader in Rec Hall will feature three of the nation's top teams—Michigan Sta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 February 1942

Get More Enjoyment Out Of Penn State's Big Weekends 1 Learn to Dance at the All-College Dancing Class Sponsored by the Penn State Club Ten Lessons—Only $2.50 Monday Evenings — 8:30 to 9:30 Friday Evenings — 7:00 to 8:00 First Lesson—Monday, March 2, 8:30 J wkets on Sale at Student Union and the Armory Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30. 8:30 _TODAY - MON. - TUES fHEY'0 EVEN MAKE A HORSE LAUGH! £IC5 ~*y Bud • \ _^ABBOTT ouCOSTELLO w MiRRYMACS iSiass!?_2_ErwiiasBiima«»-i«_isasTO«»^ kBUV _DEfEflSE B0_H0S s 5_THmP5 _t" Babcock Emphasizes WSGA Qualifications For Officers Omicron Nu WRA Clubs Hold Plans Confab Joint Meeting Plans for the second annual Vocational Guidance Conference, _Sponsored by Omicron Nu, senior !home economics honorary, are being completed, according to iBertha K. Barclay '42, chairman. The conference will take place in Home Economics, Tuesday, April 21. Home economics majors and other interested coeds may schedule half-hour confe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 March 1942

Glee Clubs Affect Morale Of Nation Fred Warlna Savs Four Athletic Board Advises Three-Hour Training For War's Duration Stepping up its war-time plans for an "•all-out" Penn State physical education program, the Athletic Advisory Board recommended the adoption of a compulsory threehour curriculum for all students for the duration of the war at its spring meeting in the Nittany Lion Inn last Saturday. This proposal would compel freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors to take three hours of physical training each week. It would call for the doubling of present education facilities, because under ¦ the present system only freshman and sophomore men have compulsory training. Dean Carl P. Schott, head of the School of Physical Education and Athletics, stated that his faculty would be able to handle the. assignment although it would be a strain upon the teaching and plant facilities. • . - . In order for the proposal to become part of the College curricula, it must be passed by t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 March 1942

iHE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" E.-tibIished 1940. Successor to the Penn State Coile'isr, _established 1904. and the Free Lance, established Win. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during tha _regular College vear by the students o£ Tlie Pennsylvania Ktate Collece. Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1934 at. the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 3. IB"?. Editor ¦ ¦_gggfr Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Ross Lehman '42 ^^_SSr_*- •' James McCaughey '42 Editorial and _Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazler St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Women's Editor—Jeanne C. Stiles '42; Managing Editor—John A. Baer '42; Sports Editor—A. Pat Nagelberg '42. Feature Editor—William J. McKnight '42; News Eflttdv—(_jtanley J. PdKempner '42; Women's Feature Editor—Alice M. Murray '42; women's Sports Editor—R. Helen _Gorflon "42. Credit Manager—Paul M. Goldberg '42; Circulatidn Miantiger—Thomas W. Allison '42; Women's Business Manager —Margaret L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 March 1942

For Everyone's Enjoyment SATURDAY, MARCH 14 9-12-ARMORY INFORMAL with music by the ARISTOCRATS $1.10 include ft Tax and Chechia a _^fnnouncina ENGINEERS Frosh Wrestlers Lose Close Meet Af Lehigh A fall, scored in the unlimited class, proved the margin of defeat for the Penn State freshman squad at Bethlehem Saturday, where the Lehigh yearlings won a close 14-12 decision. Winners for the Lion Cubs were Bob Lowry, newcomer in the 121-pound class, 128-pounder Joe Steele, Paul Berider wrestling at 136-pounds arid Glenn Smith in the 165-pound slot. This concludes the season for the '45 gra'pplers who lost three close meets to Wyoming Serriiriary, Cornell, a/rid Lehigh. Penh State's frosh ca'gers warmed up " for a tilt with Carnegie Tech yearlings Wednesday by defe _- atirig the Haz_'_eltOh Undergraduate Center quintet, 56-12 iri Rec Hall Saturday afternoon. Mai Squad Nips Hoffman, Cenci Gam Byes Engineers, 17-13 | n EIBA Boxing Tourney Lehigh - went the way of oth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 March 1942

For National Defense . . Save Wherever Possible _Keepim_* Clothes Clean, Adds To Their Life As _S p ring, _^_ri Av.it wound _ZJne C_^_awie** . but our spring suits are re now. These slimming tf its can be had in eeds. plaids, and solids_, have a head start, see r grand selection. _S_^_IYlCirt _S_^_hoi 123 S. Allen St State College IWA Names Schmidle Head Sylvia P. Schmidle '42, will head Independent Women's Association until May 1, it was decided by the Central Council on Sunday. Hazel E. Gassman '43 was named vice-president and Mary E. Poole '42, secretary. Additional officers elected by the 14 representatives of unaffiliated women include Jane M. Parkhill '43, treasurer; Dorothy L. Shoemaker '45, social chairman; and Martha J. Haverstick '43, athletic manager. At the first meeting of the council since IWA was officially recognized as a campus organization, representatives were present from three Atherton Hall units, Anchorage Dormitory, 425 S. Allen street, Wiley D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 March 1942

_>ne Day Okays Code With Minor Changes All-College elections will be held Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, March 24, 25, and 26 it was decided last night by All-College Cabinet on recommendation from_, the All-College Elections Committee. The rest of the code was approved after several changes 'were made. The one day advancement of elections from March 25, 26, and 27 as originally scheduled is to avoid conflict with Interfraternity Ball on March 27. Another, new section of the code adopted, required that all candidates attend the 1942 summer semester. The use of automobiles was prohibited. The election committee's provision requesting school councils to hold elections before All-College elections was deleted. Cabinet will take action on this question at its next meeting. Hours at which polls will be open on .Thursday, the last day of voting, were set from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. in the only other change made on the recommended code. In its first report on student ac tivitie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 March 1942

Courtesy of CLIFF'S the MILKSHAKE STORE _ffiE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian_, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College vear by the students o£ The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 •it the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879. Editor „*_sfiS_&. Bus. and Adv. Mgr. ftoss Lehman '42 <af_^8PIB' James ttcCaughey '42 Editorial and Business OUice Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Prazier St Phone 711 Phone 4372 Women's. Editor—Jeanne C. Stiles '42; Managing Editor-John A. Ba'er '42; Sports Editor—A. Pat Nagelberg '42. Feature Editor—William J. McKnight '42; News JEdttbr—Ctanley J. PoKempner '42; Women's Feature EdiJor—Alice l/C. Murray '42; Women's Sports Editor—R. Helen Gordon •42. Credit Manager—Patil M. Goldberg '42; Circulation Manager...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 March 1942

Rea & Derick STORE Next to the Bank Clock" person wno reads day would cost this paper to-$30 in postage with a want ad for as little as 35c. Phone your ad anytime today —for results tomorrow. Phone Colleaian Office. Lion Cagers Play Final Game Tonight End Today Meet Carnegie Tech In Recreation Hall Intramural W _: 3Z Mat menSeek IM Finalist Medals : Thirty-two intramural wrestling finalist' s in both the fraternity and independent divisions will battle it out this afternoon a't 4 under the balcony in Rec Hall for first and _secOhd place medals. In addition 16" the medals, a trophy will be awarded to the fraternity that garners the' most points. According to ' co-managers Robert R. Coleman' ' ,44' and Gilbert ' Weirihefger '44, today's line-up is as follows: independent 121-pound: Woodland, Mac Hall, vs. Nageotte, PSC. • 128-pourid: _McCracken vs. Melamed; Watts Hall. ' . 1 ' 36-pound: Pollock vs. Eno. 145-pound: Griffith, Forestry Society vs. Catahoso, PSC....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 March 1942

Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30, 8:30 TODAY - THURS. - FBI. They didn't count the risks . . < They took them! ¦fflflTUW/ SAVING! (Ml Helena -Rubinstein Creams, )L§itas Make-Up - Special Ofier mportant news for your beauy and your budget! 20% reaction on Helena Rubinstein _icauty preparations. Here ai - e _avings that may never be repeated lome in, write or phone and nake sure of your supply. Sale asts only 4 more days. _sTOTE: Due to the national jmergency Colognes, Eaux de _foilette, Perfumes, Compacts, _Sits. Luggage and Gift Sets vill not be included in this !0% DISCOUNT EVENT_, rhese items still available at ¦eguiar _prices. (May increase oon i Mc Lanahons irucj Store WRA Clubs Study Plans For Group Unionization In an attempt to strengthen the organization of 12 WRA clubs, _special study groups for unionization are being carried on, according 1o Ann Drivas '43, WRA. club activities' chairman. An initial mass meeting of all club members, called Saturd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 March 1942

Navy Turns Down Senior Ball Earns $2,729 Profit College As V-5 Training Center under _consideration for the past two months as a possible induction center for some 2400 V-5 Naval Reserve Air Corps Cadets, College authorities received official notice yesterday that Penn State has been rejected as a training center because other schools offered better facilities. ¦ „• The four colleges finally selected by the Navy as preliminary training centers are the University of Georgia and the University of North Carolina in the East, the University of Iowa' in the Middle-West _.and St. Mary's College in, the Far-West, .In complying with the Navy's request for ai bid as to costs of living for prospective naval-men, the College, took a poll of fraternities asking whether or not they would _cooperate in making rooming facilities available and what a fair price would be. Approximately a 25 cent fee per man per day was decided on. A board of nava,. officers visited the campus several weeks ago...

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