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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 March 1942

ARROW SHIRTS ARROW TIES _^ ._Mte_* _^ - r^^-_^fc Mens Apparel CORNER ALLEN AND BEAVER ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS ARROW UNDERWEAR PENN STATE _E&L _STMIOME.RY NEW DESIGNS «t 59x $1_?00 rentm umm NEW WE BOOKS JUST ADDED' ¦ One- Day - - - - ¦ 5c _JDays ----- 10c Week 20c The Books You Want To Read When You Want To Read Them! WW 1? I l?,Bi'sl! IVLIViilili d In the Cathaum Bldg !4 DOWN .%. APRIL Vk _Vt MM 10 for Arrow Shirts Arrow Ties Airrqiy Underwear at Cta_&es FeUow. Shop 109 S. Allen Si THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Baiter Penn Slats" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian_, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1037. Published dally except Sunday and MonQay during the regular College_year by the students o£ The Pennsylvania Olate College. Entered as second-class matter July 5,1934 nfrthe P6st-o££ice at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879. Editor _^_fflEfc_^. Bus. and . Adv. Mgr. Rosa ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 March 1942

ATTENTION FRATERNITIES Now You Can Wax Your Floors Willi Ease Rent Oar Floor Polisher - 50c Vz Day «5telw Phone—Bellefonte 724 Phone—State College 4613 Champs Prepare Penn-State Matmen Host or Cornel Meet To 38th EtWA Tourney EIWA Team Records Show Penn Unbeaten Disregarding the uncertainty of its hold on the IC4-A track trdphy, Penn State's 'indoor track squad continued to prepare for a dual meet scheduled with Cornell this Saturday. Action on the controversy, created, by the _delayed, questioning, of Worm Gordon's eligibility, was not r.e._le_, ased after the hastily-organized N. e .w ' York me . e,tjngf of, the . IC4-A executive ' , cq ' rnjnittee,. from Bates, Colgate, Coluiinbia, Cornell, Holy Crios)' , NYU, ' and . Williams. _Vars ity . Coach, Chick 'Werner releasee! a _, tentative, list of 20 varsity boardmen and 5 freshmen tracks . ters for the Ithaca meet. Despite their . IC4-A victory and high places in the Penn A. C, A. A. U. meet, and the Millros...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 March 1942

Friday Saturday 1:30, 3:00 5:45. 8:45 We Have Grable In A Grass Skirt And You Have Fun How to say "I Love You" . , . the South Sea way . . . will be understood . . . when you see Grable sway! BETTY VICTOR GRABLE • MATURE jack OAKIE SONG of _Ae ISLANDS MMfear ¦ IN TECHNICOLOR Also — A Pete Smith Specialty "HOW TO HOLD YOUR HUSBAND BACK" Greeks Plan Activities Elections and plans ranging from pledge services to a national installation are included in Spring programs with . which sororities will wind up "-semester activities, . Alpha Chi Omega's newly elected president, Patricia MacKinney '43, will be assisted by Pauline Grossman '43, vice-president; Helen J. Chiappy '43, corresponding secretary; Marjorie E. McFarland '43, treasurer; and Natalie A. Siebert '43, rushing chairman. Alpha Epsilon Phi will celebrate its fifth anniversary the weekend of April 10. The sorority's seven founders are expected, to return with other alumnae. Alpha Omicron Pi recently p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 March 1942

College Open Student Meeting To Discuss Changes Called For Monday In a three-hour session last night, All-College Cabinet approved the complete revision of the Penn State Student Government constitution and called a special open discussion meeting scheduled in the Alumni Association offices at 8 o'clock Monday night. President Robert D. Baird called the meeting to give the students a chance to review the new phases of the constitution and reopen discussion for possible revisions. After Monday's meeting, the Cabinet will meet Tuesday night to take, final action upon the revised constitution. The complete revised constitution will be published in The Daily Collegian after Cabinet's final action, and it will be placed for approval or disapproval by the student body during All-College elections, March 24, 25, 26. ¦' After three hours of debate, Cabinet patched up many flaws in the constitution. Some of the important revisions included a definition of student activities, the clearing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 March 1942

See Them Meet Them They're Here Mr. & Mrs North After Engineer s Hop It's The Corner unusual THE 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 ths ragular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Gtate College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 nt the Post-o££ice at State College, Pa., under the act oC March 8, 1879. Editor „<s3_Bw Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Ross Lehman '42 <*mWy" James McCaughey '42 * —- Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie HaU 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 '43; News Editor—{Stanley J. PoKempner '42; Woman's Feature Editor—Alice fS.. Murray '42; Women" ! Sports Editor—R. _Helan Gord...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 March 1942

For National Defense . . « Save Wherever Possible Keeping Clothes Clean, Adds To Their Life As Well As Appearance. THE PENN STATE LAUNDRY After The Matches Tomorrow Night Tangle With Her At ENGINEERS HOP Come On And Jive with the ARISTOCRATS INFORMAL 9-12-ARMORY $1.10 includes Tax and Checking 38th Annual Wrestling Tourney Begins In Rec Hall At 2 Today Penn Leads Confenders For Team Championship (Continued from Page One) record, the Penn matmen are conceded an excellent chance to capture their first team title in 38 years. Although the Quakers have only one defending champion, 175-pound Dick Di Battista, the Philadelphians boast a squad packed with potential title-holdters. Penn State and Navy aire considered to be the only teams which may upset the Quakers although last year's co-champion, Prince _^ ton, will be greatly strengthened by Warren Taylor, defending titalist, in the 136-pound division. Navy will enter favorites in three of the heavier Weights,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 March 1942

Died Collegian Office 711 WHAT A FAMILY! They'll get I you where I it _hurti I most... I WANT QUICK RESULTS? USE THE COL LEGJAN CLASSIFIED . . . TODAY . . . GREAT "3" UNIT Show of Shows at Schlows Quality Shop Co-eds doing their Eastei Shopping in State College will find an outstanding array of {raster Finery WSGA Grants 1 O'Clocks WSGA Senate granted 1 o clock permissions to coeds attending Scabbard and Blade dance Monday, May 30, because of confusion in schedules resulting from the third semester plan, according to Jean Babcock '42, WSGA president. Lists of women attending must •he submitted to the dean of women's office and to dormitory hostesses prior to the dance. Miss Babcock stated that WSGA Senate would purchase a partlyused ping pong table from Mrs. M. IE. Heberling, of State College, for one of the Atherton Hall lounges. The table will be used by coeds and their dates. E. Miriam Jones '43, town senator, has been assigned to investigate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 March 1942

Alexander Takes Penn's Melgarde In Hard Bailie By HERB ZUKAUSKAS Muscling, twisting, and riding their way through punishing quarter finals last night, seven titlehungry Nittany Lions fought their way through the first day of a gruelling two-day battle to enter the largest representation in the EIWA semi-finals starting at 2 p. m. today. Andrew . Turnbu'l, Princeton 155-pound standout, proved to be the Penn State jinx when he managed to edge out John Henry, 11-10. The decisive point which prevents the Nittany men ¦ from entering a full team, this afternoon was,gained on . time advantage. Captain Glen Alexander provided the outstanding bout for Lion fans . when . he completely _manhandled Penn's Andrew Melgard for a 10-4 victory in a battle marked by I'enri State aggressiveness. Although both.men were evenly, matched in strong-arming, Alexander's furious drives led to scoring positions as the crowd backed him. as the favorite in the match. Alexander will, meet Jim H61- loway of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 March 1942

FOR YOUR NEXT MILKSHAKE STOP IN and MEET YOUR FRIENDS at GUFF'S The Milkshake Store THE 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 _tht regular College__year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1934 at the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act ol March 8, 1879. Editor ,*«sseSfe__ BuS_« an( _* Adv. Mgr. Ross Lehman '42<6 _W_#B_> 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. McKnlght '42; _Ndws Editor—etariley J. _PoKempner '42; Women's _Feature Editor—Alice M. Murray '42; Women' * Sports Editor—R. Helen Gordon •42. Credit M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 March 1942

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT BELLEFONTE. PA OFFERS DELICIOUS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY DINNERS — from $.85 IN THE MAIN DINING BOOM MODERATELY PRICED BEVERAGES Dance io the music of the SWIHG _MODERNAIRES at the _MlVft/_JAJittM • Good Food • Refreshing Drinks ' 5 Miles N. p. of Lewistown . Sunbury Rd.. U. S. Route 522 We wish to welcome the visitors to Penn State and invite them to enjoy themselves with us. Have You Tried Our Hamburgers Lately? EATLAND GRILL (Next to Murphy's) 25 Kinds of Bottled Beer 3 Kinds of Draught Beer At the HOFBRAU We Feature—• The Best In Foods • Delicious Drinks 6 Bishop St. • - Bellefonte iireynouna Post House Southwest, of Old Main CLUB BREAKFASTS LUNCHEONS _DINGERS SANDWICHES FOUNTAIN SERVICE Open Until 1:30 P. M. 146 N. Atherton State College At The— Nittany Ml. Hotel • Wines — Liquor — Beer ' • Delicious Steaks • At Moderate Prices 11 Miles from Co-op Corner Route 45 and 53 Open Sundays for Dinners The "BENMAR...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 March 1942

Harry, Crabtree, Morgan, Score Quarter-Final Falls Lions Garner 3 Fall Points (Continued from Page One) : Two bantam favorites in the 121-pound division advanced to the semi-finals when Little Charlie Ridenour, EIWA champion, vanquished Sheridan Bannon, Lehigh, 6-2, and undefeated Carl Sparke, Penn, trounced Joe Littleton, Cornell, 10-5. A dark horse, Van Sant Brewer, Princeton, will meet Ridenour this afternoon after pinning both Jim Huddleston, Army, and Donald Kuntze, Columbia, yesterday. Penn's Captain Jim Laggan and undefeated Sam Harry, Penn State sophomore, dominated 128-pound competition by throwing their men. The 136-pound division promises to be a closely-fought group with Penn's Bill Levering, former champion, Penn State's Al Crabtree, defending champion Warren Taylor, and Ernie Miller, Cornell grappler, furnishing a merry-go-round of talent. Another closely-bunched class is offered by the 145-pounders with Joe Mount of Cornell and Caiptain Glen Alexander, Penn Stat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 March 1942

Its Only Two Weeks 'Till 4 FEATURING EAYMOND SCOTT And His Orchestra V March 27. 1942 f u + :Rec Hall 4 Dancing 10-2 _^+ $2.85 I Nittany Mittmen Leave For Wisconsin; Face Badgers Monday In Last Dual Meet 3v5_enfeFighf Last;_: Collegiate Dual Meets ,: Determined to upset an- undefeated Wisconsin boxing team, Leo Houck's mittmen will depart for Madison, Wis;, tomorrow for their invasion of the Badger stronghold Monday night in their last dual meet of the season. Three Nittany punchers, Captain Bob Baird, Homer Hoffman, and Joe McCormick, will make their last appearance in collegiate dual meets when they tackle the Cardinal squad Monday. The trio will meet three of the midwest's best boxers. Baird will tackle Warren Jollymore or Bill Lutz and Hoffman Will tangle with "Smiling" Gene Rankin, two-time NCAA winner, in What should be the feature bouts of the. card.' Rankin won his second title in the nationals at Penn State last year and Joll...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 March 1942

Track Lions Permitted To Retain IC4-A Title EIWA 'Veteran 6 Coach 158 Years Owning service records that inake Roosevelt's three terms look like temporary employment, six of the EIWA coaches now hovering around Rec Hall ate outstanding veterans of the mat-mentoring game. The Veteran Six have been coaching collegiate wrestlers for ja total of 158 years—more than a century and a half. Three of the "boys" have brought teams to this annual tournament for more than 30 years each. Dean of the coaches is Walter C. O'Connel of Cornell, who began his coaching career at Ithaca in 1908 and has coached Big Red grapplers every year since, except for two seasons during the first World War. Other mat menttors have been trying for the iasi 10 years to equal O'Connell's re- ' , - cord for individual champions. History _RODOatS _ItSOlf The above scene from the 1934 Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling . Asso Just behind O'Connell in years of service is Billy Sheridan, of Lehigh, who started coa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 March 1942

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 March 1942

Coeds To Practice Air Raid Drills As Dorms Blackout vl/e, ZJke l/Uomen Warden Appoints Student Assistants Women's dormitories will blackout and coeds will practice air raid drills next week, according to Walter W. Trainer, sector warden for the air raid precaution program, in preparation for the All-College _blackout, tentatively scheduled for March 27. Women's Building coeds will seek shelter in Burrough's Building. Women from second . floor McAllister Hall will go to Old Main, third floor to New Physics, and fourth floor to the Home Economics Building. Grange and Atherton students will probably remain in dormitoi'ies. Student assistants named by Mr. Trainer for McAllister Hall include Lucille J. Bell '45, Marion J. Edwards '45, Eileen M. Mcln-¦ tyre '45, and Barbara E. Whitbred '45. . . Assistants in northeast unit of Atherton Hall are Lenore Fulling--ton '42, Mary E. Poole '42, Mildred J. Speiser '42, Cheryl Charlson '43, Ann Drivas '43, .Christine M. Haines '43, Rosalind M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 March 1942

Malmen Cop EIWA Team Title; Three Lions Take Honors Fighting Nittany Lions roared their way through a maze of prospective champions and upset favored Penn to stalk off with the coveted _Extern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association team title at the annual, classic held in Rec Hall last weekend. Three Penn State men emerged as individual champions qualified to represent the EIWA in the grappling Nationals at Michigan State on March 27-28. Captain Glen Alexander, 145-pounds; Charlie Ridenour, 121-pounds; and Sam Harry, 128-pounds; took first places while contributing to the team score of 30 points which gave the Speidelmen the first team title since 1937 and the ninth since 1918. Although Penn managed to enter five men in the finals, two of whom met Nittany grapplers, the Penn State squad placed enough second and third place winners to outpoint the Quakers' 23 counters. Ralph Sayre, rugged 165-pound Lion' matman, and 175-pound Bob Morgan forged through for second place posts. Mi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 March 1942

THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Stale" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian_, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1037. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Elate college. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 at the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879. Editor _^ _sssbw Bus_» and Adv - Msr _* tioss Lehman '42< _*_WlPp ' James McCaughey '. 42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Prazler St Phone 711 Phone 4372 Women's EdltoiWeanne C. Stiles '42; Managing Editor-John A. Baer '42: Sportt Editor—A. Pat Nagelberg '.42. . Feature Editor—William"J. McKtitght '42; News Editor—{Btinley J. PoKempner '42; Wpmen's Feature Editor—Alice M. Murray '42; Women's Sports Editor—R. Helen Gordon - >42. " Credit Manager—Paul M. Goldberg '42; Circulation Manr ege'r"—Thomas W. Allison '42;' Women's Business...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 March 1942

Mr. and Mrs. North win be at Schwab Auditorium Mar. 20.-21 Bet Your Reserved Appointments Now At S. U.—50c Summaries Of EIWA Semi-Final Bouts 121-pound — Charlie Ridenour/ PS, threw Vansant Brewer, Princeton, with a double bar and leg scissors in 4:08; Carl Sparke, Penn, threw Nelson Samson, Syracuse, with a reverse nelson and body hold in 6.39. 128 - pound — James Laggan, Penn, threw James Changaris, Army, with a crotch and a far arm hold in 3.40; Samuel Harry, PS defeated Roy Zackey, Lehigh, 4-0. 136-pounds — William Levering, Penn, defeated Allen Crabiree, PS, 7-4; Warren Taylor, Princeton, defeated Ernie Miller, Cornell. 145-pounds — Joseph Mount, Cornell, defeated Arthur Martson, Army, 4-0; . Glen Alexander, PS, defeated James Holloway, ' Navy, 7-0 155-pounds—Andrew Turnbull Princeton, threw Glenn Ingwersen, Army, with a reverse bar and body chancery in 7.40; Milton Bennett, Navy, threw Patsy Pellecci, Columbia, with a half nelson and arm lock in 7.09. 165-pounds — Bi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 March 1942

SHIRTS AND COLLARS Should Be Laundered for 'I - F Ball TIE FINN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Boaver Dial 3261 /!?YOUR PLACE IS IN THE SUN .•. . in one of the new suits of the Season.. Whether it is a tweed, plaid or plain, is purely a personal matter, BUT a Suit is one of vour musts. _~2)marl S_^nop 123 S. Allen Si. _Siaie College • Today and Tomorrow I?i response to an unprecedented de- . mand we are most pleased to present' Carole l Lombard's last picture, which we assure you is extraordi n a r i 1 y fine entertainmeiit. The Management CAROLE LOMBARD AID h« : _Jofleor _dttofle Shows at 1:30. 3:00, 6:45. 8:45 Omicron Nu Pledges 12 Twelve juniors were pledged by Omicron Nu, senior home economics honorary, yesterday afternoon in the Home Economics Building. They will be initiated March 28. ... Pledges include Juniors Dorothy Barton, Ranee A; Durkee, Mildred Friedman, Audrey H. Hackman, Esther M. -Hall, Pauline M. Kline, Ruth E. Kocher, Patricia MacKin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 March 1942

Drivas, Sherman Top Coed Elections Judicial Head Politicians Bury Extra! Gas Oust Men Will Be Named Hatchet To Give Campaign Talks By EDITH L. SMITH '43 Campus politicians buried the hatchet long enough to present campaign speeches at the All-College mass meeting in Schwab Auditorium last night. With a student representation of approximately 100, (those daring to cut Sociology 4 and "defense •courses, ) Jerome H. Blakeslee '43 (C) and William C. Mazzocco '43 .(I) , candidates for All-College presidency, pleaded for support in five minute speeches. Other nominees introduced party colleagues and set forth platforms. An all-out plea for cooperation during elections March 24, 25 ' and 26 was made by both groups. Need of absolute confidence in party leaders was emphasized by almost all candidates. H. Leonard Krouse '42, senior class president, presided as master of ceremonies. Jeanne C. Stiles '42, elections committee head, explained alterations in this year's •code. Smooth...

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