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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 June 1942

Take my advice and Take her to The Comer For dinner Tonight ¦ <SK. _* THE CORNER Unusual FRESHMEN . . . Text Books I lew and (sided All College Supplies KEELERS in the Cathaum Theatre Blag THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" _Established 1940. Successor to thte Penn State _Collesrian, established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1887, Published dally except Sunday and Monday during tin _regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July B_, 1934 nt the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879. Editor _,_™sgSBSfcw_. Bus. and Adv. Mgr, Gordon Coy '43 < °_*WI_&D Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Halt 119-121 South Prazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4872 Business Staff—Credit Manager—Philip Jaffe '43: Circulation Manager—Robert E. Edgerly '43: Classified _Advertis. inir Manager—Roy E. Barclay '43; Promotion...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 June 1942

SPORTING GOODS OF ALL KINDS Official Gym Uniforms-Golf-Tennh-Baseball-Swimming-Fishing Etc. Penn State Sport Shirts-Jackets-Hals Etc. CAMERAS-FILMS-PHOTO SUPPLIES Playing Cards-Card Tables-Greeting Cards-Magazines-Post Cards - Luggage - Hand bags-Gladstones-Trunks-Brief Cases-Bill Folds SHOP AT METZGERS 111-115 Alien St __. -¦• _f*{ *i_>W PENN STATE 1915 State College Pa TEXT BOOKS- Both NEW and USED-STUDENT SUPPLIES DRAWING MATERIALS Stationery With Penn State Seal 45c and up Fountain Pens -$1-00 to $15.00 Loose Leaf Note Books 35c to $7.50 SLIDE RULES-MECHANICAL Student Desk Lamps Blotter Pads Parcel Post Laundry Cases Alarm Clocks-Watches Penn State Jewelry-Slickers ACommon Expression in Town and on Campus You Can Get It At METZGERS FRESHMEN! WELCOME TO PENN STATE ALL COLLEGE DANCE Saturday, June 6th $1.10 Per Couple Sponsored by fay Rec Hall — 9 to 12 P, M PENN STATE CLUB CAMPUS OWLS Tickets at Student Union Independents Begin Only 2 ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 June 1942

The First National Bank Of State College member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Rooms lor Rent 600 Incoming Freshmen Will Boost The. Summer _Enrollment To 4,000. AN AD PLACED IN The Daily Collegian WILL INSURE YOUR GETTING THE TYPE OF PEOPLE YOU WANT. CALL 711 AND ASK FOR THE COLLEGIAN OFFICE BETWEEN 3 AND 5 O'CLOCK FOR INFORMATION. FOUNTAIN SPECIALS The "Tops" in Hot Weather Refreshments FRESH FRUIT T tf LIMEADE 10 SATURDAY SPEC. LUNCHEON Baked Swiss Steak Candied Sweets Choice of Vegetable Rolls, Butter, Beverage 45 EAT AND SHOP IN COOL AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT 7_^Kl Homelike! rli^^^H I Comfortable! ' l_^££^^H I Moderate Rates Attention! JSL Frosh ^^ For students wht are not fraternity-minded but desire the comforts .of homelike appointments. Frosh Enter Second Day Of PSCA Camp Orientation Program Includes Discussion, Picnic Panel discussions, council meetings, a treasure hunt, picnic, and ¦worship service will round out the orienta...

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

Frosh Turn Ratio To 4:1 As 560 Frosh Name Card Rule Effective Today-Ridenour In accordance with College Tribunal regulations, all freshman men are required to wear regu laton size name cards starting today at 8 a. m. Dress customs and other freshmen regulations go into effect at -noon tomorrow. • ¦All applications for custom exemptions must be made in person any time tonight in 305 Old Main when Tribunal will hear all pleas. Students required to attend meetings or classes may present their cases after their meetings. Transfer students from the undergraduate centers, freshmen over 21, and second semester freshmen must appear before Tribunal to gain exemptions. Upperclass transfer students must also appeal for exemptions and those who have hot gone through a sufficient custom period will be required to observe frosh regulations, Charles H. Ridenour '43, Tribunal chairman, stated last riight. One more custom,, not mentioned in _the Freshman Handbook, is that all freshmen and ot...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 June 1942

LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS * $130—$5.00 • Solid Colors ' t _^tripes -f 9 Pt_^_fttS KflLINS MP'S SHOP Home of Hart, Shaffner and Marx 130 S. Allen St. FRESHMEN LOOK AT THIS Its YOUR Store While At State. Male It A Part Of Your College Life. TEXT BOOKS—RECORDS GREETING CARDS STATIONERY _x THE COLLEGE BOOK STORE and RECORD SHOP 12S W. Beaver Avenue THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Bitablished 1940. _Successor to thte Penn State Collegian, _enlablished 1904, and the Free Lance, established 188T. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during Uu regular College year by the students of The _Pennsylvania State _College. Entered as second-class matter July 6, 1934 nt the Post-office at State College, P«-. under the act ot March 8. 1879. ________ Editor _ SB!™_, Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <a _^ __PB> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121' South _Crazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4?72 ¦ ...

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

We welcome you to visit _oui store . . . Come in and browse around fromm's Opposite Campus FROSH!! Did You Know Thai This store has served college men for over 30 years! V * 'fcl as FRESHMEN . . . Text Books I lew and _ujied All College Supplies KEELERS in the Cathaum Theatre Bldg FOR CONES and MILKSHAKES CLIFF'S The Milkshake Store 145 S. Allen Si Fine Weather Helps Baseball Practice: Mushball Tills Begin Tomorrow Intramural mushball fans will be able to get a full taste of their favorite sport during the remainder of the present'semester. With eight teams already entered in the independent league, and another 16 squads prepared for the fraternity campaign, comanagers John Silan and Edgar Gales have arranged a complete schedule that will bring every league .team together at least three times. Action will bjegin tomorrow on the fratern.ty front, and the independents will swing into action Thursday. For seven independent teams it...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 June 1942

TRY THIS NEW SERVICE Ask For Pink Slip Baduuar Bundle $1. Mill! I I 6 Shirts 2 Drawers . . . 2 Under Shirts 1 Pa jama Suit 6 Socks, pair 8 Hanks I I I II II II II I I I 32 PIECES S1.39 Strictly Cash . All Items Except Those Listed Above Charged at Regular Prices ' PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver Ave. Phone 3261 Attention • • Newcomers to State College Here in college a lot depends upon a neat appearance ... In warm weather clothes need more attention- . . . Balfurd_'s are equipped to keep ' your and neat. . . Call clothes fresh us today ... l/i/e. _^Jne (A/omen PSCA Takes Over—We Wonder Why The Penn State Christian Association certainly did a fine job of boring everybody at the initial freshman mass meeting in Schwab Auditorium on Sunday night. They usurped vital time to promote their own interests—time needed badly by administrative officials and student leaders to clarify meetings, customs, and rules for confused frosh. At last night's meetin...

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

Cabinet Orders Frosh Mass Meeting; Rejects PSCA Fund Accounting Plan Hammond Names Honor Engineers; 86 Attain 2.5 Eighty-six freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors in the School of Engineering attained a 2.5 average or above during the second semester of 1941-42, automatically placing them on the Dean's list, according to figures released yesterday by Dean Hammond's office. The seniors led the School numerically with 44 named to the list,.followed by the juniors with 16, the sophomores with 14 and the freshmen with 12. Ranking toy courses show the electrical engineers ahead with 39 of them being named by Dean Hammond. Mechanical engineers with 20, industrial engineers with 14, civil engineers with 7 and architectural engineers with 5 complete the list. Seniors with a 2.5 average or above are: Charles G. Arnold, Henry E. Bachman, William A. Bailey, Jr., Harry L. Baker, Joseph Bakura, William G. Barger, Franklin L. Bateman, Albert W. Batten, Robert A. Bay, Roy S. Boyce, Ans...

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

FRESHMEN HAVE YOU FOUND IT YET? DON'T MISS A DAY, REMEMBER ITS A PART OF YOUR COLLEGE LIFE. TEXT BOOKS—RECORDS GREETING CARDS STATIONERY THE COLLEGE BOOK STORE and RECORD SHOP 129 W. Beaver Avenue THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" _EHtublished 1940. Successor to thte Penn State _Collesian established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887 Published daily except Sunday and Monday during, th rcirular College year by the students of The Pennsylvani: Slate College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 193-nl the Post-office at _Stata College, Pa., under the act o March 8, 1879. Editor _,_*_sffi_»Bte_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy *43 <ffl ««_$t,> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office _i Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Editorial Staff—Women's Editor—Louise M. _Fuoss '43 7_ifannging Editor—Herbert J. Zukauskns '43; Sports Editor-Donald W. Davis '43; Assistant Managing Editor—Dominic...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 June 1942

FROSH!! Make This Your First Stop For •NEWSPAPERS • MAGAZINES • CIGARETTES • CANDY / Graham & Sons Where the Athletes Meet Freshmen • » • • To Be In The "Groove" • To Be "Hep" • To Ike Up On The "Jive" -_^-read— The Doily Collegian (For A Better Penn State) SUBSCRIBE NOW FROM: • Student Solicitors • Collegian Office • Student Union $3.25 For Summer and Fall Semester $ 1.75 For Summer Semester IT'S UP TO YOU!! Penn Stale Gels m. A Dale Bureau By BEN BAILEY "Penn State has a dating bureau." Somewhere we've heard that one every year since we were freshmen. Upon hearing it again the other day, for the first time during the current, season, we took •it upon ourselves to check up on this latest revival, so that there . would be no more Cases of gullible freshmen having their hopes blasted_, before they could even pay then- fees. Surprisingly enough, this .'one turned out to toe the real thing. What's more, we'll even wager it becomes a permanent success...

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

112 Miles St Societies Plan Single Mixer At the only mixer planned for this semester, freshman men and women will have the opportunity to meet fellow class members and members of campus honoraries in the Armory from .8 until 10 p. m. Friday, announced Mtjriel S. Taylor '43 and Kathleen M. Osgood '45, co-chairmen. A vie dance will ieature the entertainment. Representing Penn State Club, Harry C. Coleman '44 will head the music committee and Donald W. Davis '43, Skull and Bones, will handle publicity. Members of honoraries serving on the general committee are Miss Osgood, Cwens; Miss Taylor, IWA; Harold W. Freeman '43; Charles H. Ridenour '43, Skull and Bones; Ruth E. Stamm ,'43, Omicron Nu; Lila A. Whoolery '43, Mortar Board; Margaret L. Camp sey -'44, Ellen H. Richards Club; E. Ann Fisher '45, Alpha Lambda Delta; and James A. McKechnie_, Druids. • Each honorary sponsor will send one representative to check matric cards as freshmen enter the Armory, and several' representativ...

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

Cabinet Ridenour Requires Frosh Attendance To give the Summer Semester freshmen an idea what true "Penn State spirit" is like, All-College Cabinet has announced a Pep meeting in Schwab Auditorium at 7 p. m. tonight. Highlighted by cheers, songs, music and skits, the Pep meeting will have acting head of the music department, Hummel Fishburn, as the master of ceremonies, and will start Sharply at 7 and finish in one hour according to co-chairmen David J. McAleer '43 and Donald W. Davis '43. Led by Charles E. Peck '43, head cheerleader, a group of the yell leaders will be present at the Pep meeting to start off the program with a series of cheers and get the meeting on an informal basis and let the underclassmen let themselves go in a rally that will be equivalent to -the football games and Pep rallies experienced by regular Fall enrollees. Although the empbasis will be placed oh Blue and White songs, Fishburn promised to use some old favorite songs during the hour, program. Music ...

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

FRESHMEN Text Books New And Used ALL COURSES _IvCELcIf 5 Cathaum Theatre Building THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" _Ewtnbllnhed 1940. Successor to thte Penn State Collegian, c_«Ut>liHhcd 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887 , _Pilbliahed daily except Sunday and Monday during thi regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Slate College. Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1934 «t the Poat-oCficc at _Stata College, Pa., under the act _oi March 8, 1879. Editor _^aSBSa_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <p ^^> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South _Franer St, Phone 711 Phone 4372 Editorial Staff—Women's Editor—Louise M. _Fuoss '43; Managing Editor—Herbert J. Zukauskas '43; Sports Editor-Donald W. Davis '43; Assistant Managing Editor—DominicTt X, Golab '43; Feature Editor—David Samuels '43; News Edi. ¦ tor-James D. Olkein '43: Assistant News Editor—Robert ...

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

¦ -Tor* ^>mart lA/ear FLORSHEtM SHOES Black and White Brown and White All White See Them In Our Windows fremiti's opposite campus The Annual Collegian Dance Wiii& JtetJ /rune 20 Dancing 9-12 MUSIC BY THE CAMPUS OWLS Free to Subscribers of Your Paper The Daily Collegian TODAY! SUBSCRIBE Fraternities Pledge 1*6 For Flrjf-Day Record (Continued from Page One) Jung, Alan G. McIIvatn, Byron schel D. Baltimore '43, Paul Mclntyre, and Joseph Riden, Jr. Brown, Sidney Buchuk, Milton u ._ft _£B ™b ?B T I _*, .{S J: _^l^^ Dienes_, Julian Eliasoph, Milton _£.,n '„B , ° , bert T L Fnedmei V Rlcha «* Feldman, Harold French, Herman . *?' GoIde ,y ' Jordon Markson > and A. Lorberbaum, Henry Plone, Al- Eu|.ene _^man. bert Sankin_, Leonard Battel, Mar- t Sl_9m _* Alpha _Eps_,lon (5): Walvin J. Sattler, William Stein, and JfE _J _Evans ' T_£omas H. Forness_, Arthur Stern David Andrew Hepter, Charles L. ,-j -J. ».,_,,•, -r,- u , Pi'obert, and H...

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

I t_®_$m\ Whipples I Means Bathing Suits i h ¦:i>1 ' I You Can't Be Without One 111 ) I Satin and knitted lastex, dressmaker and sharkskin—take your choice. Each is appropriate and all reasonably priced. if ;* > v _ft»* _^ 2.98 3.98 5.98 lrtV1W._VA_^-.*.V_^V**A' • • _«v.> Smart Shop Freshmen. • • a • To Be In The "Groove" • To Be "Hep" • To Be Up On The "Jive" — read — Collegian The Daily (For A Better Penn State) SUBSCRIBE NOW FROM: • Student Solicitors • Collegian Office • Student Union $3.25 For Summer and Fall Semester SI.75 For Summer Semester TO YOU IT'S UP • TODAY - FRI. - SAT. • She's got what it lakes ... . So we've taken what she's got and set it to music and dance! ZOWIE! IWA Prepares Third Dance Plans tor a Friday night dance to be held in Atherton Hall playroom from 9 p. m. to midnight June 19 were completed at the last meeting of IWA, according to Hazel E. Gassmann '43, he...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 June 1942

Fraternity Pledge Total Hits 242 As 42 More Join • Fraternity pledge totals surged steadily upward yesterday, as 42 more students "went fraternity" during the third day of Penn State's first Summer Semester pledge season. The entire rushing season ends at 5 p. m. today. Almost one-half of the freshman men had joined fraternities by 5 p. m. last night, as total number of students pledged during the first three pledge days reached 242.. Sigma Nu retained its undisputed lead with 12 pledges; Beta Sigma Rho is still in the runnerup position with 15 new members. Leader of >third-day pledging were Delta Tau Delta, reporting seven hew members. Second-place honors went to Delta Sigma Phi * with five new member's. - Both houses made their first reports of pledging activities yesterday ' . . Six of the 18-houses filing.returns of their pledging activities at Student Union Desk yesterday had made no previous reports. The number of students pledged by the individual houses varies w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 June 1942

The First National Bank Of t State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Stale" Entabliahed 1040. Successor to thte Penn State _Collealan, _published 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1837. _fublished daily except Sunday and Monday during _thi rcsular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State _Collese. Entered as second-class matter July 6, 1934 ot the Poat-orfico at Stats College, Pa., under the act oi March 8. 1879. _____^_ Editor :_*3_SESs»~ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy *43 <s ^^> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and _Busincsn Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frailer St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 "Editorial Staff—Women's Editor—Louise M. Fuosa '43; Managing Editor—Herbert J. Zukauskas '43; Sports Editor-Donald W. Davis *43 ; Assistant Managing Editor—DominicK X, Qolab '43; Feature Editor—David Samuels '43; News Editor—Jamea D. Olkein '43: Assistant News Editor—Robert E. Scho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 June 1942

UJour _^uredt _^_jrrtenci Of fjeed _^ y-n _^Jlme St. Andrews Episcopal Church SERVICES 7:45 and 10:45 Sunday Morning RECTOR-CANON FREAR Freshmen • • • • To Be In The "Groove" • To Be "Hep" • To Be Up On The "Jive" — read — The Daily Collegian (For A Better Penn State) SUBSCRIBE NOW FROM: • Student Solicitors • Collegian Office • Student Union $3.25 For Summer and Fall Semester $1.75 For Summer Semester IT'S UP TO YOU!! Pulled Muscle Shatters Ewell's NCAA Hopes 1fi MMiami _Mafman Rivalry With Hal Davis, California Star 16 Miiany neimen Sfopped $horl Ear|y !n Nebra$ka Meet Report For Tennis .. With only six days remaining befpre their season opener against Colgate in Hamiltpn, N. Y., Penn State's varsity netmen still remain a question mark. • Although one of the largest groups of varsity candidates in years- has turned out for practice, many of the contingent are still too. green and inexperienced for regular varsity cormpetitiori, and will requi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 June 1942

The Annual Collegian Dance WittK JJM yjrune 20 Dancing 9-12 _MISIC BY THE CAMPUS OWLS Free to Subscribers of Your Paper Collegian The Daily SUBSCRIBE TODAY MON. /^P_^_VPTW^^_PWKv Shows TUES. [ ¦ mf. ll'F.l || T 1 1:30, 3:00 WED.. _^ _mBmmmm _^lm \m mmmmmJK/ 7:00, 9:00 When a killer has a past he's got to live up to it . . . or the gutter gets him!' ' fF_^k HUMPHREY m_^m_^i. BOG ART _$ _^ M "jar/ ' * as b_^ifliEBIC _SI vUej ZJlie Women What We Need I Is More Cwens Cwens, sophomore women's honorary, has adopted what we term a highly sensible and commendable attitude. Without neglecting their wellorganized system of freshman orientation, they _haveViade definite attempts to "slow down" by eliminating unnecessary activities and conducting planned, speedy business meetings. Although tlhey have chosen a weekly meeting time, Cwens have agreed to meet only when there are definite problems to be discussed. Furthermore, they have voted to make their annual ...

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

Late News Flashes... STOCKHOLM — According to advices reaching ihis neutral capital, food riots swept Hamburg, Germany, yesterday in which 32 persons were killed, including 7 Gestapo agents. The fracas started over coffee which was being loaded for the Eastern front. WASHINGTON—The Japanese are still holding their precarious foothold in Alaska after having lost one cruiser and one aircraft carrier to Army bombers. The Navy claims that three Jap cruisers -were severely damaged and a destroyer, a troopship and a gunboat were sunk. MOSCOW—The Nazis have been beaten back in their efforts to advance on the Kharkov front. One hundred and eighty German tanks have been put out of action in recent action. On the Sevastopol front, the Russians, aided by the Russian Black Sea Fleet, are holding firm. BERLIN — On the Kharkov front, German armies have wiped out a Red Army bridgehead on the west bank of the Don River and have crossed that strategic stream, German sources' reported. BASEBALL S...

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