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

THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian established 1004, and the Free Lance, established 1887'. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Gtate College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 193* at the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act o£ March 8. 1879. EDITOR > ,. : Jeanne C. Stiles '42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazler St Phone 711 Phone 4372 _MANAGING EDITOR Alice M. Murray '42 SPORTS EDITOR R. Helen Gordon '42 NEWS EDITOR ,.; Emily L. Funk '43 ASSISTANT EDITOR Louise M. Fuoss '43 ASSISTANT EDITOR Kalhryn M. Popp '43 ASSISTANT EDITOR Edith L. Smith '43 SECONDS—Helten Keefauver, Sally Hirshberg. Jane Mutphy, M. J. Winter SEER-BOY Ross Lehman '42 PENCH-WARMERS—Bill McKnight '42, Stanley PoKempner '42 Graduate Counselor ¦¦¦¦¦.. Louis H. Bell V Wednesday, March 18, 1942 '. Under ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 March 1942

• SHINGLES : • CLASS PICTURES • DIPLOMAS Have Them Framed at the -t MUSIC ROOM Glennland Building There 11 always be an EASTER PARADE Two Pieee SUITS 95.00 ?950 35'00 • COVERTS • GABARDINES • CAVALRY TWILLS • SHETLANBS No _ vest with these suits— You save five dollars in buying the 2-pc. suit. C harles Fellow Shop 109 S. Allen SI. Long John Starts South With His Best Boys Today Ath East, Chi O Win Basketball From AOPi, Theta Chi Omega and Ath East came out winners' in basketball today as they trounced the AOPi's and Thetas with scores of 36-10 and 32-17. Coeds who rolled up high scores were Marty Duffman with 12 for Ath East and Anna Lee Carey with 10 for Kappa Alpha Theta. Pat Patton, ChiO, and Betty Widger, AOPi, each scored 18 points. Other ChiO players were Fran Angle, Friz Burke, Bernie Maurer, Betty Miller, and Dot Radcliff. Virginia Bloom, Ann Drivas, Chris Fox, Jean Galley, Peggy Gregory, and Ruthie Storer played for AOPI. Ath East's team included A...

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

- - HERE WE COME NEW ORLEANS Here's A Salute To John Lawther And All His Boys For Making Penn State's Basketball Team One Of The Classiest In The Country This Year. We Hope The Farther South You Go The "Hotter" You Get-So New Orleans Beware Of The Red-Hot Nittany Lions &?»S5S_8S8g$§S8$sffif N_*v . \ A I' - J ' L_»W_. _S. -few* _w _»w-a_4. v v_^AtaM'j**^ JOHN LAWTHER COACH DICK GRIMES CO-CAPTAIN ELMER GROSS CO-CAPTAIN THIS PAGE CONTRIBUTED BY Graham and Son * <& * romm's _CftA « Where the Athletes Meet 0|>jM»»it(* Old Main • Slato College HX Norris, Cabinet Shop Eutland Grill Marshall Ekctric Ci iVe.v_£ _£o Murphy's Dial 2803 Glennland Building Music Room Harlman Electric Co Cut lit® (College Records — Radios Glennland Building 106 W. College "Jack Frost King Motor Go _Shoemaker Bros,, Hauling insurance • 938 W. College _j doed Elections ! (Continued frotn Page One) jpi-esentation of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 March 1942

College Names 3 Academic Periods—Sorina. Summer, Fall t Changed Cabinet Approves New Constitution New methods of choosing both independent men's and women's representatives to All-College Cabinet were adopted last night by-Cabinet as by-laws to the newly revised constitution. The entire revised constitution was also passed by Cabinet, but must await final approval of President Robert D. Baird who is out of town and has requested delayed action until his return. If Baird approves the constitution as it stands it will be printed in Saturday's Daily Collegian and presented to the students at All-College elections next week, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. If he does not approve it, a special Cabinet meeting will be called probably tomorrow night. According to the first new bylaw, presented by Ross B. Lehman '42, chairman of the committee on •by-laws, and accepted by Cabinet, the independent men's representative to Cabinet shallbe elected .by all independent men at All-College e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 March 1942

TYPEWRITER NOTICE —_+ — Sales of all typewriters are now restricted by government order Upon Release Our Limited Stock Will Be Offered For Sale To Eligible Persons In The Order la Which Reservations Are Received —+ — Repair jobs can be handled without restriction. J_^JLiJZiuiZjJti. O Cathaum Theatre Eld q r SPRING VACATION *«. TRIPS •_w COST LESS BY GREYHOUND Players Present Mr. & Mrs. North BMOC_'s Roast At SDX Fry An Irish humorist stole the show last night from the tenth annual Sigma Delta Chi BMOC Blitzkrieg, with shades of Tom Dolan and patriotic plugs for the Selective Service Commission. Con McCole, known as one of the three best humorists in the East, stopped the show with his IristL wit after it had been set off by St. Patrick Zukauskas and other honorary members. First part of the program panned in ways subtle and straightforward every campus bigwig from Mattern to Donovan. This was followed by more refined after dinner enterta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 March 1942

Players Present Mr. k Mrs* North A- _; RARE T,RE^&(J_05;ORE FOR YOU! SCOOP:_^v ^^_f_^mM I THE F_^Oi_^_M_^_telSF _j^^^^^g^^B I _d seerr .*& z n r /_3?7 > HtS;_QUINTET AND ORCHESTRA _• _• Hunt Club Products You'll want to get up for 8 o'clocks if your caterer serves our Pecan Rolls, Coffee Rings, Cinnamon Buns, Fruit Rings, and Honey-Filled Rolls for breakfast. A /_v_£ J HUNT CLUB BREAD ENRICHED WITH THIAMIN (Vitamin Bl) NICOTINIC ACID ( A Vitamin of the Vitamin B Complex) AND IRON. HUNTER BAKERIES Cagers Leave To Tangle W Courtmen Are Still : 'Unknown Quantity' • ' With hopes of putting a successful finishing touch to . the best season in Penn State's basketball history, ten Nittany Lion cagers embarked last night for New Orleans where they will _Wangle with the Dartmouth Indians in the NCAA Eastern Regional playoffs tomorrow night. • Although they looked good during their last two practice sessions yesterday ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 March 1942

LAUGHS I Fri. 50c Sat. 75c (plus tax) GIRLS I SONGS mmm 2% 23 Thespians TJ T _TT_^. 9 B 0 F U WEEKEND Frese _'_rf JljL 1 JL/ JLj H PT_7 IP 17" JD-Eiix Players Present Mr. & Mrs. North ARROW TIES AflHOW SHIRT _^nJ.COn_^ _wr_^. _^ Men's Apparel CORNER ALLEN AND BEAVEH ARROW UNDERWEAR ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS % ' MWM Vz APRIL 10 % MAY 10 for Arrow Skirts Arrow Ties Arrow Underwear at Charles Fellow Shop 109 S. Allen St. Sykes '43 Named Judicial Head; Nine Coeds Given With an announcement last flight by Jean Babcock *42, WSGA president, Marjorie L. Sykes '43, will take over WSGA Judicial Chairmanship duties to mete punishment to coed violators. For outstanding work on WSGA committees, honor bracelets were awarded to E. Louise Hack '42. WSGA dance; Beatrice J. Winn '42, junior-senior receptions; Sara _<M. Bailey '43, Hazel E. Gassman '43, dining room committee; Lila A.. Whoolery '43, WSGA elections; Priscilla C. MacLellan '44, Chr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 March 1942

_M _Mi^^^r^^^^s' s Students Will Storm Old Main for 'Frolic S. American Isolation Impossible—Steidle It . is the opinion of Dean Edward Steidle, of the School of Mineral Industries, that the isolation of the South American countries is impossible with such excellent air transportation as we have today. ' •' Having recently returned from a twenty-two thousand mile trip through all of the South American countries, Dean Steidle lectured on "Recent Observations in the Latin Americas" last night. He stressed the necessity of obtaining a lasting friendship with the Latin American countries, and mentioned that he is sure that it is possible to attain such a relationship. A brief summary of the different points visited during the tour was covered in the lecture, and the meeting was closed with an open forum of questions aisked of the Dean. IMA Elects Kurtz; Completes Plans For 'Sweater Hop Richard S. Kurtz '43 was elected president of the Independent Men's Association for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 March 1942

THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "Pot A Bettir Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian . _itfLiblished 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1837. Published dally except Sunday and Monday during the regular College year by the students o£ The Pennsylvania Glate College. Entered as secohd-class matter July 5,1934 •cl the Post-of£ice at State College, Pa., under the act at March 8, 1879. Editor „<dBB5fc_^ Bu*« *n* Adv. Mgr. -Boss Lehman '42<B _^P_^> 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 NagelbeW '42. rFeature Editor—William J. McKhlght '42;. News Editor—Stanley J. PoKempner '42; Women's Feature Editor—Alice *1. Murray '42; Women' * Sports Editor—R.-Helen Gordon •42. Credit Manager—Paul M. Goldberg '42; Circulation Manager—Thomas W. Allison '42; Women's Business.Manag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 March 1942

MRS. NORTH-A Comedy of Murders MR. and MARCH 20 and 21 ALLSEATS RESERVED—50c fiURTAlH 8:39 They're worn with pri de by millions BOTTORFS SHOE STORE Entrance on Allen and Beave} See US For ... All Your Printing Needs NITTANY Lion Cagers Battle Dartmouth In NCAA Tourney Tonight Illinois-Kentucky Game Completes Card Intramural Cage Finals Dominated By Irvin Hall Men . - .Irvin. Hall vs. Irvin Hall; frosh wlll;be the billing for" theilU . finals in the independent section ' _Sunday _afternbon at 2 pl-'nifi -iryin Hall earned the right-to meet their , <ibi> mitpi'y-.mates::by,'nosing ' qut j_. the P,enn State ' Cluh :m_^.lastr nighl's semi-final, cbntgs ' t , 26-2L:; _v , ,;;-• . ¦' ; * , . ' On the fraternity.:front, phi.Sigma Delta will meet Alpha ChvSigma in the Sunday afternoon, final's, by virtue, of their eliminating the Triangle by a 15-9 count. ¦ The Penn State Club boys threw a scare into the Irvin Hall _Quintet, by jumping the gun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 March 1942

SHIRTS AND COLLARS Should Be Laundered for'I -F Ball TIE PERM STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver Dial 32GI Coeds, Dates Will Open New Playroom With floor waxing completed, coeds and their dates may be present at the official initiation of Atherton Hall's new playroom from 7 to midnight tomorrow. . Rugs have been rolled up for a week in preparation for the opening and a new ping-pong table, donated by WSGA, has been installed, Mrs. Grace L. Hall, northwest hostess, declared last night. Twenty new recordings have been purchased for the occasion. The playroom will occupy the center of northwest lounge and furniture has been shoved into background positions to make way for dancing, and table games. Provisions for checkers, pinochle, and jig-saw puzzles have been made with further plans to supply new games in accordance with coed de mand. • Four hall presidents will act as hostesses at the inauguration. They are Janet Herzog '42, southwest; Jeanette Salkin '42, northwest; Virginia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 March 1942

IF Ball Committee Asks Independents Dartmouth Defeats Lion Five, 44-39 Two ROT C Bands lo Play Sunday In Second Concert Egli Leads Attack With _U Counters No longer need patriots strain •their vocal cords in singing the national anthem. The combined ROTC bands will premiere' the Star Spangled Banner in A flat, a key deemed best suited to group vocalization, at the second in a series of Spring complimentary concerts in Schwab Auditorium at 3:30 p. m. tomorrow. This will be the first time that an audience in this region will have the opportunity to sing the national anthem in the new key. Edited and approved by Captain Brohson of the Army Morale. Division in charge of music, the arrangement will be played by every army band in the United States. The Military Bands,. Infantry B and Engineers B, with Prof. Frank M. Gullo directing, will present the program which has as its theme American unity through music. The program follows: _> - "Amparito Roca," Spanish March by ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 March 1942

The First National Bank Of College State Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation TEE DAILY COLLEGIA_5N "For A Better Penn Stale" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian_, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1387. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College year by the students o£ The _Pennsylvania State _College. Entered a? second-class matter July 5, 1934 at the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8. 11179. Editor _^ _sts_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Ross Lehman '42 ^^sP_^' James McCaughey '42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office. Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Women's Editor—Jeann_* C. Stiles '42; Managing Editor-John A. Baer "42; SporU Editor—A. Pat Nagelberg '42. Feature Editor—William J. McKnight '42; News Editor—Stanley J. PoKempner '42; Women's Feature Editor—Alice M. Murray '42; Women'u Sports Editor—R. Helen Gordon •42. Credit Manager—Paul M. Goldbe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 March 1942

PSCA Forum-Council To Have Cabin Parly Starting the Spring season with a ' cabin_'barty will be' the' PSCA Freshman Forum and _Council. Both groups will combine for a mixed party at the Ralph Watts Lodge, IShingletown Gap. . '¦Cars'.will leave for . the cabin from the rear of Old Main at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The freshmen will eat supper at the lodge, hold . a eampfire program in the evening, and sleep overnight, returning =Sunday morning after breakfast. Dr. Dengler Speaks Dr_! Robert E. Dengler, professor of classical. languages, . addressed ia founders'.'day gathering at Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity recently. .Dr. Dengler spoke on •'The Fraternity. System." _JlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH CAMPUS CALENDAR iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii TODAY IMA Sweater Dance, Armory, 9 p. m. Forum-Council " Cabin Party leaves from back of Old Main at 2 p. m. Woodycrest Rural Service, 304 Old Main, 9:30 a. m. Pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 March 1942

College Politicians Enter Home-Stretch Campaign All-College WILLIAM C. MAZZOCCO (I) JEROME H. BLAKESLEE (C] All : College GLENN W. ELY (I) JESS V. FARDELLA (C) Junior Class President President Vice-President Senior Class President CHARLES H. RIDENOUR (C) DAVID J. McALEER (I) Senior Class Vice-President WBtk ' HHpp fm m ,<i m ss»_s _w« m _S W ' : '¦' ss ij,.r:_<i ) > ¦ i ' I 1 4 i i I Voting Begins Tuesday Ballot On Constitution Pohtical campfires started roaring as weekend campaigning hit the ceiling and Campus and Independent cliques counted only three more days of active "soapboxing" before elections ' next Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Voting will take place in the first floor lounge, Old Main, on Tuesday and Wednesday, 12:30 to 8 p. m„ "and on Thursday from 9:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. Voting machines will be used to speed up the balloting. Contrary to former years, the A.A. books w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 March 1942

Revised Text Of Student Government Constitution Following is the complete text of the Constitution of -the Pennsylvania State College Student Government Association as passed 1939, revised March 26, 1942. PREAMBLE % We, the students of the Pennsylvania StateJ. Gollege, in order to form ¦a' ;ffio'ri|; :representatiye union, to. promote!-the welfare - of the student body and the. College as a Whole and to insure the democratic Vright. of self-government do hereby ordain and establish this Constitution of the '. Pennsylvania State-College Student Government Association. — ARTICLE I . Legislative Powers . Section 1-. All ..legislative powers of the Student "Government Association herein granted shall be vested in the All-College Cabinet. All-College Cabinet ..Section 2. A student activity shall be: defined as an activity whose members . are students-and whose funds are derived all or in part from student sources. All members of Cabinet shall represent student activities. All stude...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 March 1942

Come On Smoothv. Get Hep INTERFRATERNITY BALL Is Only A Week Away Dance To The Ultra-Modern Music Of • RAYMOND SCOTT • MARCH 27 HIS OUINTET AND • HIS ORCHESTRA • DANCING 10-2 • REC HALL Prof. Disclaims Summer Sport Schedule IQ's Reliability A Possibility - Fleming Too much faith has been placed in intelligence tests and vocational guidance tests as an indication of a child's unchangeable ability, according to Dr. Charles C. Peters, professor of education. It is Dr. Peters' contention that so-called "native ability" has been overemphasized in homes and schools, and that too little attention has been paid to improving ability by training and development. "Except in extreme cases, it is impossible to say that an infant will grow up to be intelligent or stupid,'' Dr. Peters declared yesterday. We should center our attention on training children to acquire certain abilities rather than on predicting whether or not they have them." To the extent to which it is possibl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 March 1942

ALL COLLEGE SWEATER HOP ARMORY 9-12 TONiTE MUSIC BY THE ARISTOCRATS SI.00 Tax Inc. LAST CHANCE To See The Players Present Mr. a Mrs. North + + TONITE All Seats Reserved $.50 Plus Tax Egli Stars As Lions Lose Opener In National Cage Tournament (ourimen'! Will Face Illinois Tonight Fardeila Forfeits NCAA Boxing Bid the winning stride that had carried ' them through the best season in- Penn State's basketball history. After Egli's two-pointer, Herk Baltimore followed through with a foul toss and Gross layed up a one _^ hand shot: Sophomore Dave tioftistein ' came through with a foul throw; Gross added another field goal, and- Baltimore tipped frf\a perfect double-decker from' under the hoop. :During this brief rally, the Lions played their, best ball of .the _eyening and managed to even the count, at 26-26 before big Jim Olsen; Dartmouth center, took matters , into his hands. Playing superbly, the pivot ace personally led the Big Green back into a scori...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 March 1942

. .rt'«n _ifluqKQ _Tls&fiL wm 'A t0W "j "'_^ a _toih _ciNTU«r-rox ncTum • Today Thru Tues. • . . . She pulled every trick in the book . . . She hooked him . '. . Cheated him . . . Lied to him . . . Bui when he started playing rough with kisses . . . Heaven help a girl with a Knight like this! woman loving him . . . and 100 Gestapo after him ... is for everybody who likes a good thriller! Leslie Howard —as "MISTER V" —with—Mary Morris Francis Sullivan Mon. - Tues. - Wed. Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:45, 8:45 VUe. ZJke vUomen Women Prove Rugk Taylor Will Vie in Elections Monev Makers _^° Re P resen _* Independent Coeds Penn State coeds are smart operators, and there's more than 875,000 to prove it! Miss Betty Bell, former assistant to the dean of women, compiled a survey wnich showed that coeds were _rei',1 money-makers last summer and that en masse they raked in $75,742. The average coed pulled in $110 profit from waiting tables, general sales w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 March 1942

All-College Election Polls Open In Old Main Lounge at 12:30 * * POlltlCal PUgiliStS There C.'Mazzocco (I) , left, and Jerome College presidency. Elections, occupying three days, will,start today at 12:30 p. m. and- continue each day, ending Thursday. * *. * are only three rounds for William H. Blakeslee (C) to go for the All- Blakeslee, Mazzocco Vie For Highest Post All thoughts of boxing gloves will be shelved in favor of votegetting when Jerome H. Blakeslee '43 (C) , junior class president and new boxing manager, and William C. Mazzocco '43 (I) , expugilist, climb into the political ring for the All-College presidency at the polls today, tomorrow, and Thursday. The polls in . the first floor lounge of Old Main will be open from 12:30 p. m. until 8 p. m. today and tomorrow. On Thursday the polls will be open from 9:30 a. m. until 8 p. m. Blakeslee's running mate , is Jess V. Fardella, 127-pound boxer, and Glenn W. Ely will run for election on the Independent ticket. T...

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