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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 April 1942

it's Almost Like Trading OLD SHIRTS for NEW, when you have them laundered at THE PEHH STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Baiter Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian_, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1837. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1934 at the Post-oltice at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879. Editor ^^_saSfc_*- Bus> and Adv. Mgr. Boss Lehman '42<s _*m_&r _-' James McCaughey '42 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazter St. Phone 111 Phone 4372 Women's Editor—Jeanne C. Stlies ¦&; Managing Editor-John A. Baer '42; SporU Editor—A. Pat Nagelberg '42. Feature Editor—William J. McKnigltt '42; News Editor—Btanlev J. PoKempner '42: Women's Feature Editor—Alice •M. Murray '42; Women'* Sports Edi...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 April 1942

Vitamin—Rich HUNT CLUB BREAD PECAN ROLLS, COFF_& _$N<_$ CINNAMON BUNS, FRUIT RINGS and HONEY-FILLED ROLLS. You'll want to get up for those 8 o'clocks if your caterer serves these appetizing buns and rolls. HUNTER _iJZl ANNOUNCEMENT In cooperation with the national drive to conserve power, machinery, and labor, the State College restaurants, listed here will be closed the following hours: Sunday _Through Thursday. Midnight _UntU $:30 4. M. Friday and Saturday 2A.M Until 6:30 A ALLPCPST TEA ROOM CAMPUS RESTAURANT CUFF'S RESTAURANT COPER ROOM ELECTRIC DINER FRED'S RESTAURANT GLENNLAND GRILL HARVEY'S NEW COLLEGE DINER PENN STATE DINER GREYHOUND POST HOUSE My thanks to. my supporters. , _yvfith my withdrawal I am openly supporting; Barney Plesser for A.A. President. Allen Crabtree II1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIM Thanks A Lot Fellows for Your Support And Cooperation. Let s Vote Apn Tomorrow As; The Battle Is Only Hall O...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 April 1942

x"_» u 4 *^, _< _> l<_£ _^Tpril 15 th m 1 Wmmm _w Fresh water. Salt water. Lake and siream, EaCh has Us fishing enthusiasts. To all of _SMi sm e say—now's the time to get out aders and creel; to polish up rod APRIL 15 i Fishing season's begun! IG ES / CIS T on this EQUIPMEN T your eyes We have brilliant-hued flies to lure the most coquettish trout. We have glistening spinners to make a salmon leap to your challenge. We share with you the thrill of your sport—and that's one reason we're so' completely stocked with every kind of available merchandise. Fish for fun—and fish to keep fit! _$_^P Delicately balanced, res'. lient rods priced as low as Durably woven cr el with aniline dyed leather p ocket. $4.51 - $2M§ We call your special attention to oui Site $5 lot of reels—many one of a kind models no longer being manufactured. Make your selection for the season for i St to $7.50 0 -...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 April 1942

Plesser Noses Richards To Head AA As Baltimore Takes Secretary Post In one of the closest campaigns in the history of the Athletic Association_^Bernard A. Plesser '43 nosed out William T. Richards '43 by an 18-vote margin to become AA president. Herschel D\ Baltimore doubled Leonard O. Frescoln's votes in winning the secretary treasurer position, 541 to 242. According to results released head of the AA. Plesser collected by James W. Ritter '42, retiring 51 per cent of the total 812 votes cast, compared to 49 per cent for Richards. Final count was 415 to 397. ¦ Four candidates, including Charles H. Ridenour '43 and Allen B. Crabtree '43, started the race for the office, but Ridenour dropped out early. Crabtree was eliminate. d Monday when he failed to get in one of the two top vote brackets to qualify for runoffs. The contest became more heated yesterday. when Crabtree threw his support behind . Plesser, and last year's boxing captain endorsed Richards, captain-elect. Richard...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 April 1942

FOR CONES and MILKSHAKES CLIFF'S The Milkshake Store Mian St THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" K«L:il>lishv<l I'llO. Successor to thte I'cnn State Collecinn_, _ostiiblishecl 1004. nml the Flee _Ijuice. established 1887. _Published daily except Sunday and Monday during thu rwulnr _College year liy the students _ot The Pennsylvania .Stat" Collect-. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1OT4 ii_'. the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act ot March S. 1870. Bus. arid Adv. Mgr. ,_rfS eS8s& __ Editor Leonard E. Bach '43 <aSW_$t!:' Gordon Coy '43 _Jv_._lituriiil and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South _Friuiiav St. • Phone 711 Phone 4372 TCdltorifll Staff—Women's Editor—Louise M. Fuoss '43 J Mnniigiftff Editor—Herbert J. Zukouskas '43 i Sports Editor—Donald W. Davis '43; Assistant Managing Editor—Dominick ¦ _Jj. Golab '43; Feature Editor—David Snmucls '43; News Editor—James D. Olkein '43; Assistant N...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 April 1942

Announcing — The Annual SAT., APRIL 18 Sis 12 JO Couple—Rec Hall (cheeking included) Music _bij The Campus Owl CAMERAS FILMS-PHOTO SUPPLIES SHOP AT METZGERS GOLF CLUBS-BAGS-BALLS-SHOES, Etc SPORT SHIRTS-JACKETS-CREW HATS 4. Cafnmofi Expression In Town and On Campus You Can Get It At Metzger's 15 - The Fishing Be Prepared — April First Day For Trout OUR STOCK OF F SH N6 TACKLE IS COMPLETE RODS — REELS — LINES — HOOKS — CREELS — BOOTS, Etc GET YOUR FISHING LICENSE HERE—NOW BASEBALLS - MUSHBALLS - BATS - GLOVES SHOES CAPS. Etc. _^Jnank I wish to take this opportunity to thank -all those fraternity and non-fraternity men who supported me in the A.A. elections. VJarneu J-_^teAAet ¦¦II m\\ MM II — II ¦¦ II « II Mil — I II Ml ill II —II lrMtMMftllitril— 'II Tf_~ m*_TM Ml IF _Mtt\ -_*"T " *_" '' Medlar; Former Lion Hurler, Joins Buffalo Chuck Medlar, pitching star ot Penn State's baseball team last season, is now in spring training with Buffalo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 April 1942

WSGA DANCE CAMPUS OWLS FORMAL REG HALL SATURDAY APRIL i il 9-12 Free To All Women Student Don f Let Refusals Get You Down—There's Plenty Gals In Town! Other _< Of course we don't guarantee that you'll find the love of your life through the Classifieds, but we'll have to admit that you can find almost anything else you want through them. For just a few cents you can reach 6,000 people, some of whom are bound to have what you want II s more than worth a trial Till? —call DAILY COLLEGIAN • Alpha Lambda Delta, Delta Alpha Delta, Pi Lambda Theta To Pledge 75 Women Education Group Bids 44 Coeds Pi Lambda Theta, women's education honorary, will pledge 44 candidates in northeast lounge of Atherton Hall at 7 o'clock tonight, K. Helen Gordon '42. president, _announced yesterday. Pledge tests will be given in third floor lounge nt 4 p. m. Monday. Senior candidates are Bertha K. Barclay, Anna M. Civitts, Blanche M. Deger, Mary I. Greenberg, it.l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 April 1942

3 Juniors Nominated For IFC Presidency Senate Announces I College Calendar \ A College calendar listing dates up to and including December 19, 1942, was approved by the College Senate at a recent meeting. A proposed calendar tor the following semester was referred back to committee tor reconsideration. Listed is the approved calendar: May 8—Election of Trustees by delegates. May 9—Spring semester ends. Alumni Day. Class Day exercises. Election of Trustees by _graduates. May 10—Baccalaureate and Commencement Exercises. May 18-19—Summer Semester Registration (all except freshmen). May 20—Summer Semester (Continued on Page Two) Four Seek To Become Secretary-Treasurer Five candidates for Inf.erfraternity Council president and four nominees for the secretary-treasurer post have been named by a special nominating committee to compete in the IPC's annual elections Monday evening. Candidates for the IFC presidency, all juniors, are Robert B. Gammon, Alpha Tau Omega; Maurice "W\...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 April 1942

16th Anniversary BOOK Hundreds Of Books On All Subjects—Now On Display THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Belter Penn Stale" ) ,-UtMislHMl \\\10. _Successor to thlo Penn StnU* _Collejrinn *:-'i'.UUs\\_oU \l M\\. . i\w\ \A\e Vrev? ly_.vneo, established 1_SST PubUslit'd daily except Sunday and Monday _duriiiK tin I'.'Rii'ar CoHeiri- year by thi> _atudents of The _Pennyylvaiiif i_^_f:_i tt- College. Kntered as second-class mutter July 5. 19-1 _^ . -it the Post-office at Statu _College. Pa., under the act o_) March S, 1870 . Editor ^?_SS _few Bus * an< _* Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <ff _^_iP,& Leonard E. Bach '43 Svlitoriiil and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frnzier St. Phone 711 ' Phone 4372 Editorial Staff—Women's fMitor—louise M. Fuoss M3: Mnnuginjj Editor—Herbert J. _Zuknuskaa '43; Sports Editor—).»onnld W. Davis '43; Assistant MnnnKinpr Editor—Dominicli )j. Golnb '43; Feature Editoi—David Samuels '13 ; News Editoi—Jame...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 April 1942

See US For ... All Your Printing Needs NITTANY Printing & Publishing Co MENREAD THIS!! I feel it my duty due to my 30 years of experience, to tell my customers that we have a large stock of suits and we own them at the OLD COS1 Morris Fromm 100% All Wool Group No. 1 94 M Group No 2995 These suits formerly sold for $35 and $40... TWEEDS, WORSTEDS, SHETLANDS . . . SINGLE OR DOUBLE BREASTED . . . FROMM'S Opposite Old Mam Glenn's Injury Dims Track Hopes; Lacrosse Team Opens Against Navy Saturday's Tilt Starts Nine-Game Schedule Seeking revenge for the defeat handed his Lion lacrosse team by Navy last year, Coach Nick Thiel has been drilling this year's promising squad in game fundamentals in an effort to whip the stickmen into shape for Saturday's battle with the Midshipmen. • . Coach Thiel will take 20 men on the trip to Annapolis for the Blue and White's season opener with the hope of victory over the Midshipmen at the start of the Lion's ni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 April 1942

HELD OVER TODAY — FRIDAY Public Acclaim Recommends That You See ^/WSHERIQAN Feature Showing 1:30, 3:40 6:35. 9:00 _Rdett CUMMINGS _liuuM REAGAN WANT QUICK RESULTS ? USE TIE COLLEGIAN CLASSIFIED COLUMN Dial Collegian Office 711 • MOW • Her Kiss Was Death It tops them all! . . , A picture that will tear this shock-prooi town apart! We, _^Jlie vUomen Heal Your Feet For Spring Fevei Big Sisters To Aid Frosh Next semester's Big-Little Sister _program, a major part of freshmen orientation, is being organized by 'WSGA Freshman Council under ¦the chairmanship of H. Anne Cari uthei-s '44, town senator, it was explained at WSGA Senate meeting last night. The Council is planning to distribute forms on which present tlreshmen are to signify willingness '!. •) be big sister. Present sophomore _>iad junior women who wish to ' Jiave little sisters for next semester should sign up at the dean of women's office by 'Wednesday. WSGA's gift to all coeds wil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 April 1942

Freshman mass Meeting Scheduled For June 7 Glee Club's Red Cross Concert At 8 Tonight Schwab auditorium will be the scene tonight of the College Glee Club's Red Cross benefit concert. The program will begin at 8 o'clock. Helping the glee club to present its program, which has been divided into eight sections, will be Barbara Troxell '37, the Hy-Loa, and the Varsity Quartet. The glee club wil sing in one part of the program the songs they recorded for Fred Waririg's national glee club competition. Ano _. ther feature will be a group of college songs which are the club's specialty. The two small male groups will be making their first appearance of the year in this program. Counselor Section Meetings Follow Incoming freshmen, the first to be affected by the tri-semester plan, should arrive not later than Sunday, June 7, in time to attend the informal mass meeting in Schwab Auditorium at 7:30 p. m., according to the recommendation made by the Freshman Week mass meeting committee y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 April 1942

7ou II The Con unusua THE DAILY COLLEGIAN For A Better Penn State U_&Uiblishcd 1940. Successor to thto Penn SUte Collegian, established li>04. and the Flee Lance, established 1887, Published daily except Sunday and Monday durinn: _tht regular ColleKe year by the students of The Pennsylvania State ColleKe. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 tit the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act oi March 8, 1879. Editor „<_sgSSfchJ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <a ^^^> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South _Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 "Editorial Staff—Women's Editor—Louise M. Fuosa '43; Managing Editor—Herbert J. _gukauskas '48; Sports Editor-Donald W. Davis '43 ; Assistant Managing Editor—Dominicfc L. Golab '48: Feature Editor—David Samuels "43: News Editor—James D. Olkcin '43; Assistant News Editor—Robert E. Schooley '43; Assistant Spoils. Editor—Richard S. Stebbin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 April 1942

ARROW SHIRTS ARROW TIES Charles Colorado School of Mines Summer Session July 6-Sept. 2 Engineering Courses Equivalent to Half May Be Completed a Semester's Work Chemistry; Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Petroleum Engineering; Descriptive Geometry; Engineering Drawing; Economics; English; Geology; Mathematics; Mining; Physics; Metallurgy. Also Field Courses in Geology, Metallurgy, Mining, Petroleum May 2 _> tn o It's Almost Like Trading OLD SHIRTS for NEW* when you have fhem laundered at THE PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver Dial 326 ARROW SHIRTS ARROW TIES _*w3 Men's Apparel CORNER ALLEN AND BEAVER ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS ARROW UNDERWEAR Between The Lions With DON DAVIS—Sporls Editor IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH Field House Plea With snow and rain again holding up Spring sports operation, what better time to issue 'the yearly plea for Penn State's much needed field house. To any who might not ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 April 1942

SATURDAY APRIL 11 9-12 WSGA DANCE CAMPUS OWLS FORMAL REG HALL Free 1 o All Women Students News Of Activities At IAWS Convention Conies Via Special Delivery Air Mail Despite the whirl oC convention activities Dorothy K. Brunner '44, WSGA vice-president, found time to send the latest news via air _jnaii special delivery from the Qentral Section Intercollegiate Associated Women Student's Convention at Ohio State University. Penn State WSGA representative, Miss Brunner, accompanied by Nancy E. Gosser '43, WSGA _itemior senator, reports that Ohio (State is "very beautiful but formol—I prefer Penn State." Central theme of the conference is defense. "We have a great deal of material and ideas to bring back," Miss Brunner wrote. Four . women from Washington, D. C, representing Consumer's Bureau, Red Cross, Defense Stamp and Bond Department, and Volunteer Defense Units are convention guests. Discussion topics include "WSGA in Defense Work," "How Can We Better Prepare College Wome...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 April 1942

Alumni To Launch Student Membership Drive Tuesday Advertising Majors To Tour Pittsburgh. Eleven majors in advertising will leave Sunday for Pittsburgh on the fourth annual field trip sponsored by Alpha Delta Sigma, honorary advertising fraternity, and the department of journalism The group will tour an advertising agency, a refining company's advertising department, a commercial art studio and KDKA Monday. Tuesday they will visit the' Pittsburgh Press, a department store ad department, and will attend the Young Men's Advertising Club round table luncheon. Accompanied by Prof. Otto W. Prochazka, department of journalism, the group includes John J. P. Long '42, Stanley B. Krauss '42, Lee F. Carney '42, Jacob N, Shearer '42, Ernest Soble '42, Alvin E. Maurer .''43, Lillian M. Brandt '43, William J. Maher '43. John H. Graybill '43, Martin H Duff '43, and Theodore _Rflbb. Solicitors Will Urge Sophomore Membership Launching a student membership campaign similar to the one inaugurate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 April 1942

VERSARY 16th ANNI BOOK SALE Hundreds of Books On All Subjects — Now On Display j\. Ju £j JL lli _Jll O In the Cathaum Bldg THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Siate" E.<tjlilisli«_l _lOtfl. Successor to thte rcnn State .Collegian, _established 1_J0-I. and tlic Free Lance, established 1S87. Published daily except Sunday and Monday _during th_« _regular _College year by the students of The Pennsylvania _Rt.'_jto _College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 »l. the Post-office at State College. _1'a., tinder the act oi March 8. 187!) . Editor ._^saSSfe_^ Bl_*s. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <n _^_0"SB ' Leonard E. Bach '43 _Jviitovinl and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Editorial Staff—Women's Editor—Louise M. Fuoss '43 : Mana_^init Editor—Herbert J. _Zukauskns '48: Sports Editor—)_3onald W. Davis '43; Assistant _MnnadinB Editor—Dominicfc )j. Golab '43; Feature Editor—David Samuels '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 April 1942

Announcing — The Annual AG FRO LIC SAT,, APRIL 18 9 to 12 SI. 10 Couple—Rec Hall (checking included) Music by The Campus Owls THE PENN STATE ENGINEER sArnnounced its plan to continue its publication throughout the Summer months. Provision has also been made for mailing issues to those students who are graduating or for other reasons will not be in College. Each Engineer will have an opportunity to subscribe during the next few weeks—have your subscription ready. ; '_& The First National Bank Of State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation FOR CONES end MILKSHAKES CUFFS The Milkshake Store 145 S. Allen St Lacrosse Team Battles Navy At Annapolis Today Lion Siickmen Aim For Surprise Win Special to the Collegian ANNAPOLIS, Maryland, April 10 — Penn State's lacrosse team arrived here today for their opening game with a strong undefeated Navy team tomorrow afternoon. Coach Nick Thiel's squad, back from a losing practice session ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 April 1942

TODAY — MONDAY TUESDAY Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:45, 8:45 "The FLEET'S In" It's Ankles Away .As the . Boys in Blue Paint Ihe Town Red! Thousands of Tars and All:. These Stars: • I.Dorothy Lamour Singing those haunting hits! • 2. William Holden A gob who wants _Dotiie as his first male! • 3. Eddie Bracken Wise - crackm Bracken back in form! • 4. Betty Hutton America s Number One Jitterbug! • 5. Betty Jane Rhodes Hollywoods Most Beau tiful Starlet! • 6. Leif Enckson A willin villain ripe for a killin'l ;: • 7. Jimmy Dorsey and His Band World's Greatest Saxo phonist! • 8. Bob Eberly America's Favorite Singer! • 9. Helen O'Connell Treat for your eyes joy for your ears! • 10. Lorraine & Rognan Tripping ihe Light Fan tasiic! • 11. Cass Daley Why Sailors Love the Sea! • 12. Gil Lamb The Big Guy with the Small Harmonica! Miller Announces Home Eccers Will Welcome _^_fS _ffl _™ Hospitality Day Participants sor an All-Coll...

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

Brother Slumbers As House Mascot Soots Burnina Floor I IF Council Names Lundelius Gammon, Blackburn Heads Roy, Sharp Chosen To Executive Board » NEW IFC PREXY — M. William Lundelius '43 was chosen last night as new president of Inlerfranity Council, The new IFC leader succeeds Thomas J. L. Henson '42. M. William Lundelius '43 is the new president of Interfraternity Council. Lundelius, victor on the fifth ballot.of the annual IFC elections last night, was the choice of 30 of the 46 fraternity representatives voting. Robert B. Gammon '43, placing second in the presidential balloting, automatically became IFC vice-president. Lundelius and Gammon led a field of six candidates, winning over Herbert C. Jennings, Frank J. Perna, Robert H. Roy, and Joseph V. Sweterlitsch, all juniors. New secretary-"treasurer of the Council is Edward H. Blackburn '43,_^ winner on the third ballot over Edward R. Clauss '43, David R. Sharp '43, and John A. Jordan '43. Roy and Sharp r...

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