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

16th ANNI VERSARY Hundreds of Books On All _Subjects — Noiv On Display Jx £j jl Li hi M o in '4be Caihaum Bldg THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" _Established 1940. Successor to thte Penn State _Colleaian. established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1SS7. Published daily except Sunday and Monday _during th-. regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 6. 1934 tit the Post-office at State _College. Po.. under the act of March S, 1S79. Editor -iSSSSfer. Bus> and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <s _^S_£_ro Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 43712 Editorial Staff—Women's Editor—Louise M. Fuoss '48; Managing Editor—Herbert J. _Zukauskas '48; Sports Editor-Donald W. Davis '43; Assistant Managing Editor—Dominicl< Ij. Golab '43 : Feature Editor—David Samuels '43; News Edi-M.or—James ~D. -Ofkein ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 April 1942

[New Buildings? Alumni Association May SuddIv Answer Alumni Membership Drive Begins Today Bead Membership Campaign i Jack R. Grey '44 is chairman of men's solicitation- in the alumni student membership drive. Edward K. Hibshman '14, secretary of the Alumni _Association for. 12 years, is backing the plan under which undergraduates will receive five years' membership for $8. ' . ¦ m m iiiii nn wi up _«s Solicitors To Concentrate Canvass On Sophomores; 5-Year Plan Adopted Solicitors for the Penn State Alumni Association membership campaign start this morning in a drive to sign up a large percentage of the sophomore Class. Jack R. Grey '44 is chairman of the men':'. drive, while Jean Babcock '42 and Betty L. Zeigler '42 have _charge of women's solicitation. : Under the general chairmen in each division are section leader:'. who direct campaign workers in their respective areas. Results of the drive will be tabulated by these sections. ' • i Under the plan set up ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 April 1942

Here s Your Opportunity To Join. Penn State In Washington 450 Life Memberships Received By Association Since February, 1941 If You Want To Sever Relations With Alma Mater, Don't Read This—But Here's The Real Nittany Story Pictured on these pages are Penn State alumni, men recognized in one way or another by the public beyond the confines of the Nittany Valley. * Behind every one of these pictures is a Penn State student, running for an 8 o'clock with his.eye on a sheepskin at graduation. Behind every one of these pictures is a Penn State student cheering at a football' game, applauding at an Artists' Course, dancing under draped girders at Rec Hall, drinking coffee at the Corner Room before the midnight restaurant curfew, climbing the tower of Qld Main with his mother, writing furiously in an empty bluebook. Behind every one of these pictures is a Penn State student vitally and seriously living what he will call the "good old days." Behind every one of these pictures is the ...

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

A lumni Association To Keep State With You I » •_"••h_^_- _^ • .' ¦Ss _tsSV' X-_'_^_SiS *'_?v_£_VE_? : ! .:_s £_?l'NMft - t—i*t**ih •••—•v.*- - --._s *• _,<^«.c.tss'ar:^??_yffi.,'i:>*_3.'_b -p/sr - ^^^^^^^^^ _Bi_^_ta _^- , 'iv_*-' _S*<_55 T 4 I _&_2£_&_88fi_£®&Wa Bii_^ SjW'tji Swt tt ' ' ¦&]_pf<&'& . '' ' 5fSsJSr_# V ii_^HS-V_,_' Here are three of the Alumni Association's publication * which will help-keep Penn State with you. The Alumni New* is published monthly, ten months of the year, and sent -to-a-UF members of the Association. Each issue carries news from the. classes, athletic stories, stories of achievements ~ of individual alumni, reports from the district clubs, as well _e.k items of interest concerning the College and its students.. As a personal service to members, a weekly Football-Letter is sent-ou_* each Monday during the football ...

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

convenience of class secretaries, a Card File by Classes is also kept. Solicitors, Section Heads PSCA Freshmen ) Selected For Campaign To Visit Bucknell (Continued from Page Three) Women's division chiefs: Edythe Dobnoff '44, Euth M. Storer '44, Kathryn R. Brong '44, Dorothy J. Jennings '44, Virginia F. Reilly '43, Geraldine A. Custer '43, Janet Herzog '42, Jeannette Salkin '42, Ruth M. Steiner '45, Elizabeth J. Meyers '45, Mabel E. Satterthwaite '43,. Doris E. Porter '44, Harriet M. Sheridan '43, Marjprie H. Schultz '43, Annette M. Ingaldi '43, Lois M. Gardner '43, Josephine Nash, Grace E. Sammons '44, Vivian I. Martin '45, Martha J, Haverstick '43. Men's solicitors: Seymour H. Rabinowitz '45, Albert R. Yackle '44, Francis X. Kennedy '45, Richard H. Adams '44, Richard L. Hoff '44, Richard L. Ash '42, Donald Cianfarini '45, Richard F. Pierce-Ruhland '42, Alfred R. Jamison '45, Marlin S. Savidge '43, Russell L. Jones '44, Solomon Luton '45, John T. Nolan '45, Irwin S. Cohen '45...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 April 1942

Irs Almost Like Trading OLD SHIRTS for NEW, when you have them laundered al THE PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver .Dial. 3261 StepO ut this Spring for a Good Time with the knowledge that your Clothes Look Their Best km HlLAND Shop 220 _W S. Allen Dial 3171 Mi --„'_" * *"'•<¦ w-V f _^ LEADS BATTLING BUMS — Leo Durocher, Brooklyn Dodger's pilot, leads his last year's pennant winners into what promises to be another nip-and-tuck campaign. The Reds and Cardinals are the main Dodger opponents in the senior loop, while the Yankees are picked to monopolize the American League. » * * ? _iniiiiiiiiimniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiMiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimHHi Lacrosse Team Drops Opener In Overtime Navy s Captain Scores 3 Jn Extra Period -Scoring three freak goals in an ever-time period, a powerful Navy lacrosse team continued its undefeated string by • . downing Penn State by an 8-5;cou...

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

WRA, WSGA Convention Delegates Return Penn State Women Lead Defense Work Delegates to the regional convention of the Central Intercollegiate Association of Women Students t greed that Penn State coods rate first in defense work among the forty colleges represented, according to Nancy E. _Oosser '43, senior senator, and Dorothy K... Brunner '44, WSGA vice-president, who returned Saturday. Among defense project suggestions was the Bomber Scholarship Plan. Under this plan, women students would raise $100,000, the cost of a bomber, to buy defense bonds. When bonds mature, at the end of the war, dividends would ' be used to enable former .ntudents, who left college to enter the service, to complete their education. Additional suggestions included "cookies for rookies," an idea for .sororities, or other women's _groups, to bake cookies for army •camps. To raise Red Cross money, a festival climaxed by the choosing of a queen, may be plan-**ed.- • A- penny poll tax to raise proceeds-a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 April 1942

Navy / LA Curriculum Will Be Changed To Fit Navy Requirements The College was informed today that it has been accredited for the Navy's new V-l program designed to train 'annually 80,000 college students for commissions in the' Naval Reserves as engineering, aviation, or deck officers. Following the approval of a course of study submitted by Dean Charles W.' Stoddart, of the School of Liberal Arts, the College -received the following telegram, from Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox: "The Navy is proud that your College has undertaken our V-l •plan for training freshmen and sophomores as officer material. Please tell your young men who apply for enlistment and training under this plan that they will be serving the nation if they continue their college courses no less than those of your alumni who are already in active service. The Navy knows your institution and your. V-l students will do their part." ¦ ' : Enlistment in the V-l officertraining program is pdssible for all freshm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 April 1942

THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State ' y,'tubUslm! 1_SH_0. _Successor to thte Penn • Stale Collesian «. _tablisliol 1004. and the Free Lance, established 18S7. Published daily except Sunday and Monday _during th_>. _regular _College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Slate College. F.ntered as second-class matter July 6, _19D-! ill; the Post-office at Stale College, Pa., under the net oi March -3, 1S7_P. , ' Editor /*» Bus. and Adv. Mgr. . Gordon Coy '43 "_^m_^' Leonard E. Bach *43 {Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South _Fraiuer St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 ¦Editorial Staff—'Women's Editor —Louise M. _Fuoss '43; _Managing Editor—Herbert _,T. _Zultauskas '43: Sports Editor—Donald W. Davis '43; Assistant _Mnnmnnjr Editor—Dominicl< J, Golab '43: Feature Editor--David Samuels '43; News Editor—James D. Olkein '43 ; Assistant News Editor—Robert E. .Schooley '43:-Assistant Sports Editor—Richard S. Stebbins '4"; Assistant Women...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 April 1942

Announcing — The Annual $1.10 Couple—Rec Hall (checking included) SAT., APRIL 18 9 to 12 Music bu'The Campus Owl VEESAKY 16th ANNI BOOK SALE Hundreds of Books On All Subjects — Now On Display K E E L E R' S In the Caihaum Bldg _^rnnouncina • • JUNIOR PROM WuL TOMMY DORSET Mavl 1942 Bee Hall _^jrecttdrina Frank Sinatra Connie Haines + Pied Pipers FRATERNITIES-FACULTY Thrift Craft UNPAINTED FURNITURE (Can _Bd Finished In Any Color) —and— LINOLEUM RUGS For Your Rooms — Now Carried In Stock Come In and See This New Department SEARS ROEBUCK a CO Slate College. Pa Baseball, Tennis. Teams Lift Lid From 1942 Schedules Today Roethkemen Favored To Defeat Susquehanna Despite a recent outbreak of injuries and' sickness, in addition to a lack of outdoor practice, the Lion _nelmen are favored to win their initial meet against Susquehanna University on the college courts at 4 p. m. today. Coach Ted Roethke's starting lineup will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 April 1942

To Meet Easfbound Trains Sunday* April 19 Make Reservations At State College " " . Hotel Desk NOTICE BOALSBURG AUTO BUS LINE For Mother's Day Weekend, Friday and Saturday; April 17 and 18, busses will meet Westbound trains at 12:30 P. M., 3:49 P- M., 7:20 P. M. VUe, ZJUe lA/omen Wanted: Coed For Classes Shows at. 1:30. 3:00. 6:45. 6:45 Today - Thurs. - Fri i'i Tell My mS/» sband! _T ' • , Thul sleeb T_?S»S_% i '" U _nHJEJ_^ EDWARD // ^^^?9r_^ SMALL (7 _^_iSi ^'r •_cftT// _-_? — —-~.: _w 1/ UNA _^p " MERKEL —also— 3LENDAFARHEI Popeye ERNEST TRUEX Cartoon MAHGARETHAMETOM _K_^_tuJ_&._^klUIA'l Senate Committee Decides On First Semester Rushing First step toward adoption of the proposed first semester sorority rushing code was taken last night when the Senpte Committee on Student Welfai-e approved, with restrictions, the new plan, after a joint meeting with Panhellehic Council. The Committee requested that additional information, including definite ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 April 1942

All-College Inauguration Ceremony Scheduled For Main Gate At 4 P. M i 3 i PINCH HITS FOR PREXY—Adrian O. Morse, administrative assistant to President Ralph D. Hetzel, will represent the College at the inauguration ceremonies at the Main Gate at 4 p. m. today. Sweet' Or Hot' Sentimental Gentlemen Will Swing It For Junior Prom Dancers When Tommy Dorsey, "The Sentimental Gentleman of Swing," appears in Rec Hall on May 2 for the annual Junior Prom, Nittany swing fans can be prepared for a wide variety of "swieet" and "hot" tunes. . - - Dorsey has _achieved an envied reputation for arranging classic numbers in swing style. Many of the classics adapted hy the old master of the trombone have reached record sales e._s recordings. Some of these best known transcriptions are "Song of India," "Blue Danube," "Dark Eyes," "Sweetheart of Sigma ¦Chi ," "Nola," and "All Through the Night." In addition to this, the Sultan of Swing his proven himself and his orchestra exponents of the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 April 1942

ARROW SHIRTS ARROW TIES Charles Fellow Shop 109 S. Allen St. ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS ARROW UNDERWEAR ARROW SHIRTS ARROW TIES *!*££ Mens Apparel CORNER ALLEN AND BEAVER ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS ARROW UNDERWEAR THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" _XitaMiilKM 1940. Successor to thte Penn State _Colleai.in outi'_ilislieil 1!)04. ami the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday durine th« ¦_reirulnr College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Mat" _College. Entered a? second-class matter July 5, 1934 iii . tiie Post-office at Stan College. Pa., under the act oi .March H. 1870. Editor „«_sS£Bfc_ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 .aS _«P_K Leonard E. Bach '43 JCIitotial and Business; Office Downtown Office Carnegie Halt 119-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 ¦Editorial Staff—Women's Editor—Louise M. Fuoss '43; _Manuring Editor—Herbert J. Zukauskas '43; Sports Editor—Donnld W. Davis '43; Assistant _Manaxinsr Editor—Dominicf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 April 1942

PENN STATE CLASS RINGS L. G. Balfour Co. 109 S. Allen St. in Charles Fellow Shop nnual ( _^otieaian SMOKER Wednesday, April 22 7:30 P. M. Delta Chi All Freshman Editorial And Business _Slaff Candidates Cordially Invited. + REFRESHMENTS + DANCING SPEECHES Lion Baseballers, Netmen Win Opening Contests Track Team To Hold Time Trials Saturday For Penn Relay Entries a i P "1 f ::.: a*~"_3» _ss**. *& ' TRAVELS TO NAVY—Aldo Cencii sophomore blocking back, will travel to Annapolis Saturday to play with the Nittany grid team in a recently • scheduled practice scrimmage with the football team at the Naval Academy. * * * #_«VAr*_A*«_# Nittany trackmen continued their heavy drills yesterday in preparation for formal time trials to be held on New Beaver Field at 3:30 p. m. Saturday. The team will be helped this year by a large number of candidates. The number has made possible a larger initial entry in the Penn Relays than any other school....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 April 1942

Treat Your _ssS_^_rSn MOTHER T® A Nice Juicy ST EAK from MILLERS MARKET Everything Good To Eat 104 W. 3ea-9_a:: Ave. Dial 775 See US For ,.. ah Your Printing Needs NITTANY Printing & Publishing Co 113 South _Frasier SJ Dial 4868 NOTICE BOALSBURG AUTO BUS LINE For Mother's Day Weekend, Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18, busses will meet Westbound trains at 12:30 P. M., 3:49 P- M. 20 P. M To Meet Eastbound Trains Sunday, April W Make Reservations At State College Hotel Desk Official Fraternit y Jewelry BALFOUR OFFICE 109 S. Allen Si. In Charles Fellow Shop IWA To Amend Constitution Pending SW Board Approval Taylor '42 Given Ex-officio Seat To tie together loose ends of their administration, IWA Council voted unanimously at last night's meeting to present the first amendment to its constitution, reading, "The representative of independent women 6n All-College Cabinet shall be an ex-officio member of IWA Council," to S...

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

La Vie Names Duff Inauguration Addresses Emphasize 'Cooperation'- 1943 Editor;'42 Book Ready May 4 Cabinet Appoints Committee To Aid Enrollment Davis Appointed Head Of Enrollment Group Martin H. Duff Jr. '43 will edit next year's La Vie, according to an announcement, yesterday by Joseph T. Reichwein '42, retiring editor. Thirteen other ¦ juniors will aid Duff with the yearbook which will be published next December under the College's new accelerated program. _Reichwtejin also announced that the 1942 edition will be available to seniors at Student Union, May 4. Serving under Duff for thte class of 1943's La Vie will be Charles N. Beatty, managing editor; E. Richard Booser, photographic editor; Robert R. Sieger, sports editor; Roy O. Allen Jr., art editor; George S. Zoretich and Donald L. Horton, associate art editors. Ruth E. Morrow, Veronica A. Karhan_, Mary M. Sheehe and Ann M. Reidy, assistant photographic editors: Edward P. Petrow and David E. Garfinkle Jr., assistant...

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

WILL ENJOY _EMJN(3 HERE SOMETIME DURING MOTHER'S D_&Y WEEK-END. ~ €) % I Initinat 72 ei e DINNER THE POST HOME 146 N. Alherlon State College MOTHER D_@._seraas; Tk© ItHf II a far to _t¥ _% °M tor ¦ "t' BREAKFAST Does Jam wanis i D 1 l tf'"Ttf' , "* , _» • Racket _%g§^ejjairmg orRestnnging? THE DAILY COLLEGIAN ' : %„, "For A Better Penn State" _Ejtublished 1910. Successor to thtc Penn State _Collesian, _established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily _except Sunday and Monday- during the _regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania 8tate College. Entered as second-class matter July 6, 1934 nt the Post-office at State College. Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879 . .. . . Editor _^£SSBrs_« Bus - and Adv. Mgr. Gordon'Coy'43 < _^_K«_Pa> Leonard E.Bach '43 JSditorial and _Busings Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall' 119-121 South Frailer St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Managing Ed...

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

• Coed Pig Race • Fitting and Showing Contest FREE Block and Bridle Club's 27th Annual LIVESTOCK SHOW LITTLE INTERNATIONAL AVILION _UDMISSiON FREE P SATURDAY, APRL18 2:30 P.M., « Meat Auction FREE « Sheep Shearing Contest Nothing but the best for yotf »•*« Here's Genuine Brazilian Buckskin trimmed with Fine Calfskin nin a shoemaker's master* piece. Broken In (Flexible) , too! LIKE YOU • j*v 5S 0 BOTTORF'S Entrances on Allen and _Beavej Its Almost Like Trading OLD SHIRTS or NEW, when you have them laundered at THE PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver Dial 3261 Did You Know That CLIPPER CRAFT SUITS are _elusive economical yet at FROMMS Opposite Old _Mpiin IMSocwftonlmues ; 'Three more games were run off _yesterday afternoon, in the preliminary round of,'the fraternity division ' . inthe intramural soccer tournament. ' The Phi Sigs defeated Beta Sigma ttho_, 2-0; Alpha Kappa Pi fell before...

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

TOMORROW NIGHT THE OLD COUNTY FAIR -- at iRi_£(C HAUL Stffl 12 $1.10 Per Couple (Checking Included) • PAPER MONEY FOR FREE AMUSEMENTS FOR _QANCING BY THE CAMPUS OWLS • DRESS—STRICTLY INFORMAL Tickets On Sale Now At Student Union • MUSIC _Jt3f_£_®i \ MOTHER'S \ DAY I vW vfPl \ ' M ' _K* A message to all of you—Why not a little gift of appreciation for HER? Remember that it is the little things that please. Gloves Handkerchiefs Cmiume _Jewelry Bags -2j>n_%&ti *~J)hof. 123 S. Ml._itr Stsle College We. _ZJlte Women Set lour Alarm—Breakfast's Waiting We have written editorials urging coeds to get more sleep, but today we are retracting our pleas —just for one day. After a Friday night date bed seems like a wonderful place to stay for a few extra hours on Saturday. Howevter, this is Mother's Day Weekend, and activities begin for freshman coeds at 7:15 a. m. Even though you don't expect to be tapped by Cwens, sophomore women's h...

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

LIT International Livestock Show To Open Today .. Perm State's Little International Livestock Exposition, patterned after the world-famous "International" held annually in Chicago, will open at the Livestock Judging Pavilion at 12:30 p. m. today. , Sponsored ¦ by the Block and Bridle "Club, the exposition will feature Eipproximately 58 of the School of Agriculture's finest livestock entered in competition in four classes. Animals crowned champs in todays judging are slated for appearance in national competition. Since the first "Little . International" in 1916, over 100 of the animals, displayed in Penn State expositions have captured international awards. Two special features of today's show will be the coed-led pig race and the exhibition of six riding club horses. Climax of the exposition will be a banquet at St. Paul's Methodist Church, at which cups, medals, and ribbons will be presented to the owners and trainers of the winning animals. The coed able to guide her pig. arou...

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