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

FOR MOTHER ¦The _Befsf Is None Too Good Bring Her To Dinner THE NITTANY LION INN The First National Bank Of _" , State _College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation WELCOWi: MOTHERS SCHLOWS Quality Shop THE DAILY COLLEGIAN 'For A Better Penn Stale" Established IfllO. Successor to tht<? Penn State CoWegian ¦_vtablished 1_S04. and the Free Lance, established 1337. Published daily except Sunday and Monday durinjr tlu rt«ulur _CollcKe year by the students of The Pennsylvania _Flitn _Culiejrc. Entered an second-class matter July 5, 1934 ut the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act oi March S, 1S_70 . Editor _^_ssss Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <DS _^8_£rc> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South _Fraaier St. '.' Phone 7_U Phone 4372 Editorial Staff—"Women's Editor—Louise M. _Fuoss '43; MantiBiiur Editor—Herbert J. _ZukausUas '43; Sports Editor-Donald W. Davis '43: A...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 April 1942

The Junior Class Presents That Sentimental Gentlemen Of Swing! TOMMY DORSEY featuring • FRANK SINATRA CONNIE HAINES • ZKSGY ELMAN • THE PIED PIPERS TOMMY DORSEY FRANK SINATRA at JUN OR P ROM May 1st, 1942 * Dancing 10 — 2 • Rec Hall 4.00 per couple FOR CONES and MILKSHAKES CLIFF'S The Milkshake Store 145 S. Allen St. Welcome Penn State Mothers Revlon Manicure Sets - - $1.50 \o $5.50 Hudnut Triple Compacts - - - - $3.75 Friendship Garden Treasure Box - - $1.00 Old Spice Token Basket - - - - $2.00 Bond Sfreef Perfume - - $2.50 and $4.50 Evening in Paris Sets - - - 95c to $5.00 Flizahefh Arden Blue Grass Flower Mist - $1.50 Rubenstein Apple Blossom Gift Sets $2.25 to $5.50 Chen-Yu Costume Sets - - - - $1.50 Transluad _Cologne - - ¦- .- - $t-50f _Whlfman & Mary Lincoln Candies - 70c to $3.00 McLANAHAN'S DRUG STORE 124 S. Allen Si Tennis Team Nips Favored Lehigh For Second Win (Special to the Daily Collegian) By BEN BAILEY B...

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

TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT Admission $1.10 per couple REG HAL 9 to 12 AG FROLIC © INFORMAL • FREE AMUSEMENTS • CAMPUS OWLS A Beguiling and Tender _Comedy Atki?ison — Times the _^_eaby S*'oi tan _<_tfjilllam jilted «s B productio" _^ tfee f*«* Slttte ' J Schwab Auditorium Tonight S.-SO P. M. others Prai Welcome M r Ly"'_5 r _^_H Rea and Derick hope that the mothers bur several thousand _fcS _^ ^^1 s tudent customers will enjoy their visit to the campus and k\!ii l_^B town. We trust that your visits to points of interest will inas—_£_&£=• elude a stop at the students' favorite drug store. REMEMBER- MOTHER LIKES NICE THINGS T OO You have chosen gifts for. others and know that Ilea and _Eterick's. haYe the toiletries of all the leading makers and experts on toilet goods _avails selection. Now isjthe time to take advantage, of remembrance for _^-=sa able to aid you in your this service to choose a Mother. Toiletries... by Lentheric — Yardle...

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

Marshall Announces Plans For May 10 Commencement * * * m 1 8 i COMMENCEMENT ARRANGER —Clarence E. Bullinger College marshal yesterday announced the names of student and faculty marshals and plans for commencement and Baccalaureate services to be held in Rec Hall, Sunday, May m Student, Faculty Marshals Appointed Student and faculty marshals and instructions for commencement order were announced yesterday by Clarence E. Bullinger, chief marshal of the College. Commencement exercises will be held in combination -with Baccalaureate services in Recreation Hall at 10:30 a. m., Sunday, May 10. Since there will be no academic procession, candidates fcr degrees will proceed to their seats oh the main floor of the building between 10 and 10:20 a. m. The faculty, procession' will begin promptly at 10:25 at which time all candidates for degrees should be in their seats. Seating arrangements will be explained in instruction sheets given to each candidate and later in The Daily Colle...

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

Do You Know That we have mm 3000 FINE JAYSON SHIRTS In all colors, sizes, and styles FROMM'S orne ua THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1810. Successor to thte Penn State Collegian_, rotnblished 1904. and the Free Lance, established 18S7. Published daily except Sunday and Monday durintr the _regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania •State College. F.ntered as second-class matter July 6, 1934 nt the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act _oi March 8, 1879. Editor _^_dS!_ffife*_r. Bus- am_* Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <t ^^5E' Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 437!! Editorial Staff—Women's Editor—Louise M. Fuoss '43 ; . Managing Editor—Herbert J. _Zukauskas '43; Sports Editor—•Donald W. Davis '43: Assistant Managing Editor—Dominick L. Golab '43; Teature Editor—David Samuels '43; News Edi'tar—James D. Olkein '43; Assistant News Edi...

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

_^_Arnnuai i_^ovvealcLft SMOKER Wednesday, April 22 7:30 P. M. Delta Chi All Freshman Editorial And Business Staff Candidates Cordially Invited. + REFRESHMENTS + DANCING SPEECHES Arrow White Sussex SHIRTS The Authentic White Oxford Widespread 'Shirt All Sizes Charles Fellow Shop Alston Injured As Gridders Top Navy Penn State's football team lost the services of Dave Alston for the remainder of the Spring practice schedule because of an injury suffered, by the freshman tailback in the Navy encounter last Saturday but hot before the brilliant Nitt&riy ¦Star had led the Blue and White gridders to an easy 12-6 victory over the _Midshipmen. Alston suffered an-eye bruise in the'final'three minutes of the game When the Lions tried a reverse to •the weak side with Alston giving the ball to St. Clair. It fooled the Navy line so completely that they tackled the original ball-handler and left the speedy St. Clair go for a gain around the weak end of the li...

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

Mortar Board Taps 12 Coeds, Cwens, 23; Junior Service Board Names 16 Members Cwens To Initiate Freshmen Sunday Twenty-three freshman coeds tapped by Cwens, sophomore women's honorary include Carolyn K. Champlin, Ruth Clyde, D. Jane Cromis, Patricia Diener, Alice E. Drumm, Ruth A. Embury, Carolyn Emerick, Margaret L. Good, Gloria G. Greene, Mary Grace Longnecker, Julia H. McFarland. Elizabeth L. McGee, Vivian I. Martin, Joan K. Miller, Jean B. Ogden, Florinne E. Olsen, Kathleen M. Osgood, Barbara C. Painter, Marjorie H. Schultz, Winifred F. Singer, Ruth M. Steiner, R. Christine Yohe, and Miriam L. Zartman. Cwens was established nationally in 1922 and the local chapter in 1927. Chosen for scholarship, leadership, and activities, Cwens, wearing gray jackets trimmed with red, aid in freshman orientation each year, give a party for alumnae Cwens, are hostesses at Mother's Day breakfast, and sponsor a formal dance. Dance proceeds this year made possible three $50 scholarships and a $2...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1942

College Ail-College Cabinet, The Daily Collegian Sponsor Program . High School seniors from all over the State will flow into State College this weekend as guests of "High School Day," . _Saturday. Sponsored by All-College Cabinet and The Daily Collegian the purpose of the day is to give prospective Penn State men a prevue of academic and social life on the campus prior to the opening of the Summer Semester for freshmen on June 8. The annual Pennsylvania High School Press Conference will provide the nucleus of the event. Additional high school seniors are expected to accept the 1500 inventions sent out by the various fraternities. Football Coach Bob Higgins is bringing three score potential gridders, " and still more are expected to accompany high school principals and community leaders who are holding a weekend physical fitness conference on the campus. Informal registration will be held in the first floor lounge of Old Main for the incoming guests. Press Conference represent...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1942

KALIN'S MEN'S SHOP 730 S. A en St Dresses To Make You The QUEEN Of The _jvm MAY " .•'¦'f- '/,::<• 3% ** : Ar_*e you awhirr with important doings — proms, graduation dances? Then get one of our heavenly, (man catching' gowns and dance through the whole summer in it. _s n |S m w b% V i; i m *3 123 S. 'Allan St NEW SHIPMENT Just Arrived Button—Down Oxford Cloth Shirts 8/ue - W/ufe - Tan r^^^_U_^ When in _(_I^^bH'I Doubt About _Ihf_^_m I a Room . . . _$ to inspect The Colonial. For men students who are not fraternity minded but desire the comforts of home with the olub atmos phere Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Siiizei Attention Summer Semester Students THE DAILY COLLEGXAiN "For A Belter Penn Slale" Established 1910. Successor to thte Penn Stnte Collegian. • 'Jitablished 190-1. and the Free Lance, established 1SS7-. Published daily except Sunday and Monday _during the _regular _College year hy the students of The ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1942

You r Incoming * j a Classes Freshmen 18 Registration For Three ation Foi •»_'»w » .r», _^ _*,is# Uppei M June 8 Registi ay * 0 Country Says Your College Is Jhmg Its Part You Can Do YOUR Part Attendin By n h _• ¥* _Arassses * t k % . 4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1942

A Must On Your List . . R PROM — with — DORSEY JUNIO TO MMY eatunng 4? • FRANK SINATRA • CONNIE HAINES V • THE PIED PIPERS ZIGGY ELMAN • BUDDY RICH —at Rec Hall • Dancing 10 • May 1st, 1942 2 * $4.00 per Couple LAST BIG DANCE OF THIS SEMESTER The Traditional Shopping Place For PENN STATE Men WHETHER IT BE SHIRTS, TIES, SOCKS, OR SOMI NEW SPORTSWEAR, YOU'LL FIND THEM HERE -AND YOU'LL BE SURE THAT THEY ARE IN WITH CURRENT UNIVERSITY FASHIONS KEEP NG mc mftife _er Habebdasmer TaiCoh Hat "The Store That Penn State Men Built" Life In Malaya Proves Interesting Lecture Topic Interesting and informative was the lecture on "Life in Malaya," given by Denys Roper of the British Colonial Office last night. Speaking a distinct English accent, Mr. Roper, with the aid of color movies, gave a clear picture of the phases of Malayan life. Mr. Roper staz-ted his lecture by telling about the geography of the island. Malaya is 450 miles long and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1942

College Welcomes (Continued from Page _Onri .. . ... academic standpoint will be illus- / O 1111161 _UftlCer Posts trated m 6 different windows, each to be designed by members of the school councils to show what that particular school is doing in the war effort. Highlights of the entertainment program for the weekend includes a golf match with Bucknell at 2 p. m.; a Spring football game with Duquesne at 2:30; and the All-College Circus, "Penn State Revue in 1942," at 8:00 p. m. . Guests of the fraternities may stay over night at the host house, and any other visitor who desires to stay over until Sunday will be assigned to a fraternity house for the night. . . BUY DEFENSE STAMPS AND BONDS 26 Students Elected Samuel G. Fredman '43 was elected president of the Hillel Foundation for the coming year in balloting held recently, it was announced yesterday by Rabbi Benjamin S. Kahn, director of the local chapter of the national organization. Close to 350 votes were cast in the co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1942

nnu SMOK ER 22 Wednesday, April 7:30 P. M. Delta Chi Editorial And Business Staff All Freshman Cordially Invited Candidates REFRESHMENTS DANCING SPEECHES m A Must AT ANY COLLEGENeatness If you expect to get any |P where you must keep your clothes neat and clean Keeping them so also adds to their life. For the best bring your town clothes to s SMITH Cleaning Pressing Custom Tailoring Next to the Post Office Dial 2162 oemx EGOLF S Dry Goods and Notions Linens Textiles Let COOK "The BUTCHER PROVE TO YOU WHY CAREFUL BUYERS GOME TO HIM F0R; THEIR MEAT PRODUCTS. Everything In Meats COOK'S MARKET _u__- ». _2> J s i I % If you want the latest in College fashions— SCHLOW'S Quality Shop College Ave Bischoff Plans Extensive Summer Intramural Program; Mushball, Termis, Golf Play Slated Summer at State e dull if Eugen G College won't Bischoff, asphysicaleduof intramu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1942

CAMERAS FILMS-PHOTO SUPPLIES CARD TABLES - PLAYING CARDS - LUGGAGE SHOP AT METZGER S inn mi ii 11 It's the All College CIRC US SATURDAY—APRIL 25 1942 Eastern Intercollegiate Gym Champions FOUR WOMEN BALLET • * BALLROOM DANCING • HAND AND CHAIR BALANCE ® PERCH POLE REVOLVE • PENN STATE SPORTS LEADERS ON PARADE A Cast nf .WO 8P. M.—RED HALL _Mults _SDc Chi Wren 25c BETWEEN CLASSES s (For That Tired Feeling) fi GLASS OF CHOCOLATE MILK Chocolate Milk Made from Pure Whole Milk and A Superior Chocolate _Prnrinnt. A Sure-Fire Warm Weather Treat. Other Creamery Specialties MILK—CREAM—BUTTERMILK—BUTTER—ICE CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE—AND MANY VARIETIES OF CHEESE College Creamery Salesroom DAIRY BUILDING _fo Make Your Summe Semestt r More Enjoyable Use m • • THE STUDENTS DRUG STORE The Air Conditioned Place To Eat And Shop REA n ( XL- BL0 V SS mm II F il 11. Wk JL9 u £1 m _«J &1& w_^ _mv wwxMm ma m ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1942

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 April 1942

U. S. Army Authorizes Air Corps Reserve Plan 'Old Glory' Kept Flying On Corregidor By Former Graduate For risking his life along with two other soldiers to keep the American flag 'flying on beleagured Corregidor in face of enemy fire, a Penn State graduate, Capt. Brewster G. Gallup '34, has officially been commended in an Army communique for "galkxit service, to the colors." During a Japanese bombardment, a shell fragment struck the flag pole and cut the halyard. The flag began its descent. Before it reached the ground, Gallup, a Filipino, and another American soldier rushed up and gathered it in their arms. Firs) College Air Wing Organized For Naval Training . The first organized College movement toward enlistment in the armed services of the country neared completion yesterday as 13 students were formally enlisted in the United States Naval Air Corps. Headed by wing leader Thomas W. Allison '42 who is largely responsible for the formation of the unit, these 13 and approxim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 April 1942

ARROW SHIRTS ARROW TIE -wg Men's Apparel CORNER ALLEN -AND BEAVER _CJENIORS P{ _jrcteri flow Lot' i-_^lace GRADUATION NAME CARDS Kjenuine C_^ngva uln g ot ZJupe ¦ ¦f- _^riniea ORDER NOW l\ L L L L n a _t_^af/tanm _^s It earn Jmldiiic ARROW SHIRTS ARROW TIES Charles Fellow Shop 109 S. Allen St. ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS ARROW UNDERWEAR THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Belter Penn State" Kitablishcd 1940. Successor to thte Penn State _Collegian. ••_jiftabllshed 1901. and the Free Lance, established 1837. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the _roirular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Bint* College. Entered as second-class matter July 6. 1934 nl. the Post-office at Stata College, Pa., under the act of March 8. 1879. Editor _^_._sSSSfcvTv Bus. an(* Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 "^^^^ Leonard E. Bach '43 ISditorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frailer St Phone 711 Phone 4372 Editorial Staff—Women'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 April 1942

Women Called To War Work (Editor's Note: This is an introduction to a series of articles explaining up - to - the - minute jobs available for all women, according to reports from the national government. The _future position of women depends on how they adapt themselves to an emergency which will reach its peak within the next few months, according to latest government reports. Innumerable jobs not only offer college women opportunities for _gs_&ning experience in their major fields of study and for advancing along those lines, but offer profitable remuneration and excellent working conditions. So vital is woman's part to the nation's victory drive today, that if the need is not filled by voluntary service, the solution will result in selective service, authori ties claim. There is a bill before Congress now calling for the registration of women between the ages of 18 to 65. Besides preparing for their life work, the national government recommends that college students...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 April 1942

Witless for Six Innings, Lions Nip Muhlenberg Nine, 4 To 3 Kirackmen Leave IF©r Penn Relays _Strong Bucknell Court Squad Edges Varsity Netters, 5-4 Holding their last drills before the Penn Relays, tomorrow and _> -.3tu'rday, the Lion track team held "-itcnsive baton-passing practice v'_^_iorday in preparation for its _J'u'sl: meet of the outdoor season. The team will leave [or Philadelriitii.. this afternoon and will rest •there tonight rather than carry on <my drills. Tomorrow's events will he the first part of a well-rounded > _t\eei in which the "Nittany men (I' .ope to be among the highest contestants. With the biggest entry ot any of the colleges participating in the meet, the team will carry a weight <_jf numbers. Members of the team _Biave been seriously hampered in their drills the past several days by the cold weather. Leading the Lions in their invasion of the "friendly city" will be Barney Ewell m the sprint department, Joe Bakura an...

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

Student Union Board Sets Social Calendar Dates t * * 3- A _t»* " ¦ •' ¦4 DOROTHY C. ELLIS '42 * * * Group Schedules No I Events After August Less than two and one-half months after the Junior Prom, another big dance, the Soph Hop, will be sponsored July 10, it was announced last night after the Student Union Board met to approve dates for major social events of the Summer semester. . Because the College is unwilling to plan anything definite after September, the executive student group planned no events after August 28. Only date the Summer School recreation committee asked to be reserved is July 2 when a. reception and dance for Summer School students will be held. Other Summer School events will be fitted into the Summer Semester calendar. Novel on the social slate for the coming semester are a play day in Rec Hall on Memorial Day, and a play night in Rec Hall June 13. The calendar: May 23—WSGA dance. May 30—Play day. Rec Hall. June 6—Penn State.Club dance. June 8—Freshmen...

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