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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 October 1940

Heads Honorary Delta Sigma Pi is giving a smoker for upperclassmen in the Commerce and Finance Curriculum and Economics majors at the Phi Sigma Kappa House tomorrow at 8 p.m., it was announced yesterday by B. Boyd Harrington '41, who is shown above. Professors A. H. Reede and C. E. Wyand will hold an informal debate on the subject: "A Third Term for Roosevelt." Professor Reede will debate for the affirmative, Professor Wyand the negative. Dr. Carl W. Hasek, fraternity advisor and head of the economics and sociology departments, will speak on "The Place of the Professional Fraternity." Hatch Ac! Held As Restricting Faculty Politics All College faculty and staff members are barred from state and national political activity by the Hatch Act, it was disclosed yesterday by President Ralph D. Hetzel. - The President said: "Legal counsel for the College advises that the Hatch Act limits the political activity of all those employed by the College. Counsel is of the opinion that t...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 October 1940

DON reach for the headache tablets IT MAY BE YOUR EYES Have a Scientific Eye Examination Dr. Eva B. Roan 402 3E. College Ave Opp.Ath.Hall DIAL 872 . ¦ _¦ „„ ^"" ; ™ _™ _VoiTI! Enjoy _Tlie Corner unusual i fur Showing latest Styles at SCHLOW'S Qualify Shop ALL KINDS OF PRINTING FOR EVERY OCCASION • Name Cards • Letter Heads • Dance Programs NIT1ANV PRINTING & PUBLISHING (0. 119-121 S. Frazier SI Nibbling At The News J. GORDON _FAT Hunger Thursday morning's turn - column stories of bombing attacks ir which pedestrians and motorcars were tossed about- like straws in £ gale fill one with horror anc amazement, but a little three-inch item, buried in most papers by masses of "scare" headlines, predicts more human suffering than the worst "blitz" ever- conjured up in the mind of Field Marshal Goering. That story is of Premier Philippe Petain's statement to the people of France that "food rationing is a painful necessity," and that France's future...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 October 1940

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 October 1940

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 October 1940

Cabinet Grants Temple Holiday ¦The football - half -holiday wil come on Saturday, October 26, - the day of the Temple game, All-College Cabinet decided last -night bj an 11 to five vote. ¦Only other date suggested was November 23, the date of the Pitt game. The main objection to this day was that it will come only four days before Thanksgiving. The first- by-law of the Pennsylvania State College Student Government Association, one permitting substitutes to attend Cabinet meetings when the regular member can not be there, was passed. It reads: "In case an acceptable _xcuse has been presented for an absence, a ' Cabinet represntative nay send the next' highest officer of his organization to act as a substitute, said substitute not to have a vote until he attends three meetings." The Education School Council budget was approved in its entirety by Cabinet. Parts of budgets submitted by the other six councils_, were also okayed. Theodore Rice '41, chairman of Interclass Finance Boa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 October 1940

_\V.:_.,.--._'- FM,: T-- V.;?:. :.. K !•-.:_) 'ii- _.'-.n-.-jrin_^ Ed:'..n —r."b:r- K. I.-.n.- ';': S->ir:_? IC-Ji- _.r—I_._i_^Ii-irJ _«.'. P.'ters '41; >,'„«•> Eli_'_->.--Will-.aui Ii. Kiv,v,Vr 'J 1 : Fcil'.iro Editor —Edward „'. K. M.I. ' ri.' '<! i : A.-_'.L't.i ' J.":ip.!iiri:_is Editor—Jlayt.rd Hlo-jni '41: W men's Ma-iaains Editor-Arils L. liefivrar. '41 ; Wurti^'.i' _^ Promotion Manager—Edythe B. Rick-! Ml. Advertisir.R Manat'or—John H. Thomas '41: Circulation I_an:u:cr—Robert G. Robinaon '41; Senior Secretary—Ruth Goldstein "41: _Senior Secretary—Leslie H. Lewis '41. Finest Gra<__Ie _Papers _Moderately Priced IKE COLLEGE BOOK STORE 129 W. BEAVER STATIONERY Sixes for Mews and. WoK-sr* /Vacu you can <jet ye**. COLLEGE SEAL... of on your choice articles 8 useful 1-- and a box top from a package of our col Ickc s«al in ageless bronze, mounted on beautiful American Walnut: Humidor • Cigarette Server...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 October 1940

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 October 1940

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 October 1940

WPA May Erect New Campus Armory, Twice As Big As Rec Ha , Emery Says Predicts Other Uses of Building This Armory May Soon Be Thing 01 Past The Armory, pictured above, may soon be replaced with a new and much larger building. Col. Ambrose R. Emery said yesterday that WPA funds have been asked for to partly finance the proposed structure. If the Armory is built according to present plans, he said, it could be used as an auditorium and for student activities. Colonel Emery warned, however, that the plan is still in its infancy but added that it is definitely underway. . _ lllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'llllllllllllllllllMlllllllllllllll A College request for funds for a new armory, about twice the size of Rec Hall, is now being considered by the WPA. Col. Ambrose R. Emery, head of the ROTC unit, revealed yesterday. "The WPA Authority has set aside certain funds to be used only in national defense matters, making this a logical time to request funds for the building o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 October 1940

PENN STATE PHOTO SHOP 214 East College Avenue Member _bssocioted Cblle6iate Press Distributor of Cblle6iate Digest YOU CAN'T ALL -BE CAPTAINSBUT! WE CAN ASSURE YOU UNIFORM HIGH QUALITY "Unhand Her, You Dastard!" CRIBBS the Dastartly C«tspirator_. Who Gloatingly Sought the Ruin of the Trusting Edward_, and Who Hounded the Chaste' Marr. Only to be Unmasked by the Loyal William with the aid of Hazel who had Bats in Her Belfry ZOUNDS! "THE VILLAIN STILL PURSUED HER" liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinimiiiiiiiiiHiiiiii CAMPUSEER iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii _iiiiiiiiiiiiiii _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH _iii) The outhouses nave reverted to the farmers, the Mountaineers are back in the hills caressing their still, the lovely coeds are again speaking to undergraduates, Hickey's business has slumped back to nomal, and Jack Dixon is recovering from the black eye he got fighting with an a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 October 1940

_?0«* COLLEGE SEAL... on your choice of 8 useful articles i 00 and a box top from a package of ~*_r Your college seal in ageless bronze, mountedonbeautiful American ¦ _VKalnuc KraHor * _Ciprrtti _Sirrir • Wd PUqu t MARLIN BLADES Made of high speed surgi- cal steel, scientifically I sharpened nnd honed . • • ml ' finest blades moneycan As buy—or your money back! _^ Double edge—20 for 25c. Single edge—15 for 25c. Mail $i bill and a box top _.„ - r..'«_.7, a* _jifitihlff.p/ian\ lHIl Book Pipir WiiiK « _aitu _BrtJin End • SHj_'sWhiU._AsiTnj l _l ttt FIREARMS CO AT THE LEHIGH GAME For Luncheon and Dinnei "THE VILLAIN STILL PURSUED HER" with HUGH HERBERT ANITA LOUISE ALAN MOWBRAY BILLY GILBERT ou ret. ¦ Me Proud Bee-auty 2" .C_4#J Hiss Public Menace No. 1 at the • State ; Theatre ! Today I and Tomorrow i _»._0 m m f . *» . , - . - - COMP ROOKS For Supplemenlary D/_kadinfl _i ¦ ENGLISH COMP 1 Van Doren An...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 October 1940

Scholarship Given Senior Ruth I. Emerick '41 has received the $50 scholarship made possible by the Coca Cola Company, WSGA ¦_Cdflee .Mow Planned _i Theta Sigma Phi, women's journalism honorary, invites all wo-*»en. journalism majors to a coffee ?our in the Alpha Chi Omega suite Where U.S. newsmen block the road of Japanese ambition DEATH BREATHES CLOSE BEHIND many a newsman today... but nowhere closer and hotter than along "newspaper row" in Shanghai. Before every entrance of the old and respected Shanghai Evening Post & Mercury —American-owned and just across the street from the International Settlementstand armored cars, pillboxes, barbed wire barricades_, and guards with drawn guns. ? For the terrorists who serve either the or their Chinese puppet, Wang Ching-wei, have bombed the Post plant five times, slaughtered guards, wounded pressmen, and last month murdered Samuel H. Chang, director of the Post aad its Chinese edition, the Ta Mei Wan Pao. Cornel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 October 1940

Presides Af Banquet T_^ _w_^_S_^ 1 • s Dr. Asa E. Martin, head of the department of history, will preside at the annual banquet of the Pennsylvania Historical Society in the Nittany Lion Inn at 6:30 p.m. tonight. (See story, column five). Black Square Replaces Huge Inverted Swastika No longer will the weary student be privileged to repose his carcass on the huge inverted swastika which some thoughtful person painted on the Memorial . Bench along Senior Walk last week. The aformentioned trademark is now a thing of the past, In its place now is a black square. Ah, thwarted desire, so what! _IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliUlllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllll President Holds Annual Reception President Ralph D. Hetzel's annual reception of faculty members and the administrative staff was held in Old Main from 8:30 to 11:30 last night. > The main floor of Old Main was decorated with ferns and cut flowers placed by Conrad B. Link, department of horticulture. Danc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 October 1940

With the Editor—The Interfraternity Dating Code And Penn State_'s -Total _Environment Penn State is administered under the educational philosophy that its students should be living in a "total environment," that is. one in which all the stimuli brought to bear on a student both in and out of classes will be in line with the educational objectives of the college. Penn State's educational objective and its reason for being is to provide Pennsylvania with an enlightened citizenry. Penn State is supposed to train good Pennsylvanians. This is a goal which should be incessantly worked for even though it can never be perfectly achieved. Outside the class room, much of this educational development has come through student self-government. As is natural, such government occasionally falls down, and badly. One particular failure, evident at other institutions as well as Penn State, has become more important_, more dangerous, and more potent here than at other institutions because of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 October 1940

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 October 1940

Country Fair Set By WSGA Group Fortune-telling, apple bobbing, and games will be featured at the Hallowe'en Party sponsored by WSGA Junior Service Board in Atherton Hall lounges from 10 to 12 p.m. Wednesday, October 30 for Atherton Hall coeds. Lounges transformed to resemble a 'County Fair complete to game and refreshment booths will provide a background for the benefit. All coeds attending a»e requested to wear costumes. Prizes will be awarded to winning individuals and groups. . Committee chairmen for the party appointed by R. Helen Gordon '42, general chairman, include Mary W. Houghton '42, decorations; Eleanor M. Derr '42, fortune telling; Anita M. Knecht '42, apple contests; Dorothy J.* Johnston '42, pop corn balls; E. Louise Hack '42, cider; Janet L. Eyer '42, cookies; M. Virginia Cooper '42, candy; E. Mae Perry '42, signs; Catherine Bidelspacher '42, entertainmfent; R. Helen Gordon '42 and.Roberta J. Kelly '42, publicity. MOVIE SCHEDULE ; CATHAUM — "Strike Up The Band." S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 October 1940

Lions Seek Third Straight Against Lehigh At Bethle Stars In Today's Grid Baffle Tom Vargo, left, Penn State end, and Bill Hauserman, above, Lehigh guard and captain, are expected to star in today's football* battle between the Engineers and the Lions at Bethlehem. State will be trying for its third straight victory. (For story, see column five.) Victory hem Today Lehigh Selected To Start In Late Lineup Change By PAT NAGELBERG BETHLEHEM, Pa., Oct. 18 — A gridiron rivalry which dates back to 1888 will be resumed in Taylor Stadium tomorrow when Penn State will seek its third straight victory of the season against a thrice-beaten Lehigh team. A play by play broadcast of the game will be made over KDKA by veteran announcers Claude Haring and Bill Sutherland. The kickoff is scheduled for 2 p.m. The contest will be the 21st in a series that started 52 years ago. State has triumphed on 12 occasions, the Engineers have won seven, and a 7-7 deadlock was played in 1920. While t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 October 1940

At The * Restaurant BPALSB:_£_SG,JE»&. . . The registration cards issued October 16 will be necessary in order to purchase any alcoholic beverage. A mm TRfAT. ., Real Italian OrASMflMSkM 11 i £¥oit i o (_paiung_) _uau y-c _a. Fes Reservations. Also *STEMD!»5 • BAR-BOUiS Annou ncing The Dai Colic Y gian At A New Reduced Price The College _Vear Only $2.oo ($2.75 by Mail) On Sate At S_&yden_$ _Wnioft _QiUce or ffie €qlieffi<an; Office- in Room, 31$ Old Main B. uildriig Faculty and Administration Staff Members May Cali Phe Collegian Office Now and Be Billed on November 1 With the Editoi What Does The Future Hold For A Belief Penn Slate I' EDITORIAL NOTE: All of the editors who .served Collegian since 1925 have been invited,, to write the editorial they would most like to address to Penn State students today. Not all of them have responded. The editorials of those_, who have will appear in this column from time to t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 October 1940

. HAS -PENH STATE TOO MANY OIRISI An embittered, iiahibued, cantankerous letter to the editor _yesterday suggested as much! "A thousand times NO."cry we, with all the ardor and chivalry of a gentleman of the old school! ! %e'ie for women—hav_£ been, definitely, since the seventh grade! WSMTECANNIVER HAVITteMA_^eiRtS! But. we might add slyly that the State Theatre will have:- _iJm i* »,_> mm •Mi ¦ yl _«i £lsw_£_- ., _""JWSMan4 L dirB,c/eetb/. f, GHOfpR - a W_&l «KO _^fe,. RADIO ?•"¦ """ - _^mL-.Pictiira ON -MOJ_^_DAV T-UE3DAY (And mav. -vye_, rjsx _aij see a "beanie" Hat on a Penn Stale co-ed!) FELLOWS How's_, the time to get V J - - date... for... your m Friday, November 15 Music by one of this country's most famous orchestras featuring /_htotiL**** WOW _W* * , • . .. m SfMI-FORMAL Couple—$3.85 Rec Half wmm 18 P.M.—2 A.M BOWL FOR HEALTH *t Central _Pennsylvania's finest Bowling Alleys ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 October 1940

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