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

"W. WaJe Out " They're Taking Us To Dinner Tonight In The Corner _bjnu&ua THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1040. Successor to thte Penn State _Colleslan, _established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday _during ths _raqrular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 6, 1934 n. ' ; the Post-office at Stat« Colleze. Pa., under the act at March 8, 1379. . Editor _^gp_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr, Gordon Coy '43 < "_^_JPjtP Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown _Offica Carnegie Hall 119-121 South _Frar.ier St. Phone 711 Phane 4372 _Wnnamnn Editor This Issue Ben _JZrt V _~ jefnter _Kews Editor This Issue Robert . g. Kmter Women's Editor This Issue --—--Sally L. H._rBhbeW Sonhomore Assistant* - Walter rischman, Otto Belscr Graduate Counselor _. — Louta H_. Bell Tuesday, June 16, 1942 ________ Rushing Violations No one wi...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 June 1942

Freshmen • • a • • To Be In The "Groove" • To Be "Hep" • To Be Up On The "Jive" — read — The Daily Collegian (For A _Bettei Penn State) Iff* SUBSCRIBE NOW FROM: • Student Solicitors V _*./ _" * C_$9_PP*~ • Collegian Office _" e_&_wi • student Union g $3.25 For Summer and Fall Semester $1.75 For Summer Semester 4 IT'S UP TO YOU!! Your Double Duty To your country and to yourself ... clothing is at a premium . . . take the best care of what you have. Frequent cleanings will pay in the long run ... Bal furds know how to clean them so they will last Rug, Garment Cleaners, Tailors Under the Corner Phone 3461 State College PENN STATE CLASS RINGS c L. G. Balfour Co. 109 S. Allen St. in Charles Fellow Shop Sixteen Fraternity Teams Start IM Mushball Games 8 Independent Squads Clash Over Weekend Fraternity league competition in IM mushball was initiated last night as 16 teams broke the ice in closely-contested ' matches that saw considerable ac...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 June 1942

The Annual Collegian Dance Wtt&JW Aune 20 Dancing 9-12 MUSIC BY THE CAMPUS OWLS Free to Subscribers of Your Paper The Daily Collegian SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Printing For All Occasions •> ? Dance Programs # Show Cards # Letterheads ¦ # Circulars _# Fraternity Papers _NITTANY Printing & Publishing Co. 119 South Frazier St. Dial 4868 Ebert To Give Dimoiif Plans "All meetings, classes, and •rehearsals will be dismissed _wtfen a warning signal. is sounded -in preparation for the 'dimout' beginning at 9 p. m. Wednesday, June 24," said Miss Charlotte E. Ray, dean of women, last night. Answers to questions concerning the "dimout" have been given in complete statement to the dean of women's office by G/W. Ebert, director of Grounds and Buildings and chairman of the Committee on _^ Protection of Centre County Council of Defense. Details of the statement will be announced in Collegian within a few days. Flashlights, to be furnished by the ...

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

Salvage, Flag Committees Named; 14 Sororities Begin Rushing Today Forgotten. Man's Day Falls On Weekend; Children Take Note At last the forgotten man has his day. Who is he? Oh, just, the guy who foots the bills, and sends the •checks, and '.'wears the pants" in the family. Known under various names such as "old man," "pater," and "pappy," this weekend it will be "Dear Dad." Sunday, June 21 —Father's Day. College students are in no position to pull the ancient trick of getting the "old boy" a gift—and then charging r ' it to him. Being away, from home does have its difficulties. Instead, the post office' will be deluged with parcels containing ties', shirts, cigars, socks, and ties. Father will' receive "his" token of appreciation on Saturday or Sunday—on Monday, a little letter arrives in the mail—^Dear ¦ Pop, I know it's not the first yet, but could you . . ." Daniel A. DeMarino Signs With Navy; To Report Today Daniel A. DeMarino, assistant dean of men and freshman boxing me...

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

• Carton Cigarettes • Magazine Subscriptions t Candies GRAHAM and SONS Where the Athletes Meet ' m _wmm _^ AIIII A V -* "' Pipe and tobacco J_^sfeg_^. ' pouch. Pouch lin-. ' £g-_>_%_jS BE_$f_^ _f ad with oilskin _yStg fS_&X& _^ for tobacco fresh- _TS_^_SMJay_^_- _^ A box of his favorite cigars; made of aromatic blended tobaccos for his smoking Measure. # _&mv_®ww m WW 4 _Lme reacn highest peak in contentment when you present him with one of these ties!' m 00 up Print or plain', in all fabrics and colors . . . they're gifts to remember! Suggestions: • SHIRTS • JEWELRY • HOSIERY • SWEATERS • BATHROBES • SLIPPERS fro mm s Opposite Old Main State College THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to thte Penn Slate Collegian, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887, Published daily except Sunday and Monday during lha regular College year by the students of The _P...

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

YOUR ^*fc_* _v J * J_*ci*_v Honor a great American Dad . . with a beautiful shirt and tie from Kalin's. Here you will find enough_^ variety of style and choice to suit your Pop."~ $2 25—$2 50 These styles come in fine broadcloth, oxford, madras, and chambray. Collars include ' button-down, K.ent_, Lowboy, and others . ." . TIES S1.00-S1.50 KALIN'S Men's Shop 130 S. Allen St. "Home of Hart. Shaftner and Marx" A Common Expression In Town And On Campus "You Can Get It at Metzger's" Dads Day, June 2ht He Will Appreciate A Card Or A Letter Or A Small Gift Sporting Pipes Goods — Bill Folds — Fountain Pens — Cigarettes — Cigars — Tobacco Pouches — Books — Playing Cards — etc. Above all, Don 1 Forget Him—Send A Card Matches, etc Nittany News Stand For Father Get his Smoking Supplies here todkay! Cigarettes Pipe Tobacco It s Your Turn To REMEMBER DAD He can always use Manhattan Shirts and Pajamas $2 25 - $5 0...

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

'** _^ flki _ftski iiiSSlHcfllHiff P—MSSE MEATS _iieep meals cool and delicious this Summe) with these meat suggestions— Gold Cute and Cheese Young Steer Liver Cube Steak Mock Chicken Legs Weiners Chipped Steak COOK'S MARKET 115 S. Frazier St Dial 791 Look Alluring Be Cool in 4 w% OR ABLE llURABLE _"BESSES • Seersucker • Pique • Chambrays • Gingham u SMART SHOP S. Allen Street MEN-STUDENTS-WOMEN Train for WAR WORK AIRPLANE DRAFTING SHIP DRAFTING Eight Fraternity In 2nd Night 4 Games Slated For This Evening In the fraternity section, eight more teams played g_'ames latst night. _TJelta Chi, Alpha Chi ftigma, Theta Kappa Epsilon, and J_^lii Delta Theta were the winners, (Helta Chi by forfeit from Beta Sigma Rlio. Games scheduled for tonight ore all in the fraternity division. Alpha Phi Delta will play Gamma Phi Delta, Phi Kappa Sigma takes on Alpha Sigma Phi, Alpha Chi Sigma sees action with Alpha Chi Rho, and Phi Kappa Psi takes on Th...

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

Conference On Wartime Problems Of Agriculture Enters 2nd Day !¦"¦ . _aHr. §»* ' ' * % ' 'A 1 i COWBOYS AND INDIANS — Dude Ranch atmosphere will be the theme of the July 10 semi-formal Soph Hop decorations, according to an announcement by Walter C. Price '45, chairman of the dance committee: Price also stated that the customary ceiling included in the decorations, will be eliminated in order that Rec Hall may be "as cool as possible." 19 From Faculty Staff Promoted; Leaves Granted (Nineteen additional faculty promotions, subject to the approval of Dr. Ralph D. Hetzel, college president, have been announced irom his office. Also listed below are the recent leaves of absence granted by Dr. Hetzel. The promotions are: School of Agriculture: A. C. Richer, to assistant professor of soil technology; E. C. Dunkle, to assistant professor of soil technology; H. J. Miller, to assistant professor of plant pathology; P. !H. Margolf, to assistant professor of poultry husbandry....

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

Radio In Working Order in the War Effort by Making Keep Your 11 Help r Do the Set You Now Have lei Our ixperts Do Your Repairing ROOM THE MUSIC Complete Radio Service In The Glennland Building Father's Day June 21 For The Greatest Guy In The World Books All Kinds Stationery Personal Monogram Wallets & Key Cases Genuine Leather Pen & Pecnil Sets // Popular Brands A KeeLe R s Cathaum Theatre Building THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" _Established 1940. Successor to thte Penn State Collesrlan, _cntablishod 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1387. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during th« rojrular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State ColleKe. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 at the Post-of£ico at State College, Pa., under the act ol March 8. 1879. Editor _„ _rfSE_*fcv_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy *43 <B _^S_^ Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Off...

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

Ewell Leg Injury Improved; May Run Saturday boHle of Coca-Cola to your lips and drink you refreshment goodness... the you refreshment goodness... the The condition of Barney Swell's leg injury was still a big question yesterday as he held his second workout since the accident happened in the NCAA meet Friday. The injured muscle, according to Jack Hulme, trainer, was greatly improved over its condition during the first workout Tuesday. The questionable condition left a question about Barney's running in the National AAU meet in Triborough Stadium in New York this Saturday. Triborough Stadium, it will be remembered, is the scene of Barney's great triple triumph in the IC4-A meet several weeks ago. Still not training hard, he ran through some light work yesterday and practiced starting crouches with no actual starts. Harder workouts today will let Coach Chick Werner and Hulme make some definite statement as to the possibility of his competing Saturday. ¦California's Hal Davis...

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

Presenting THE "SAXOPHONE KING" \^1±i\l\LjLjl2 £>/\1a1_mJLi1 AND HIS ORCHESTRA Featuring Lira Horn AT SOPH HOP (SEMI-FORMAL) >i« *« with George Sanders Frank McHugh Elizabeth Patterson —plus— > _fSk ¦ j 7 Leo Reisman and Orch. r-5 and a Cartoon—^" "Ace In The Hole" fflElfcv - —i *' 1 TO ALL SENIOR WOMEN WILL YOU HELP BUILD PLANES? Enroll Now—Student Union Desk Free Course For Further Information See Prof. B. K. Johnstone, 301 M. Eng 1:30 - 3:00 7:00 - 9:00 FRI. SAT ..'.¦_ 4* r>a •*¦•• _rnnmm'. .:*>. K V'1 * ¦ _»-¦ ¦ _* ¦ • ¦ « ¦¦¦¦ _¦ '• .rfl -.1 _0_HM_^_M^^_Ma_^_Mi_«_a •¦ ¦ _¦ ¦¦¦ «¦ 3B_^_M^*^^^^™*_"*| ' ?<_£ Sureetkegritki tf the- pathway of love is too rough . . . just see these two and your troubles will be a bed of roses! if ROBER_'_i TAYLOR : NORMA SHEARER 1 "Her Cardboard Lover" We. _^_Jlte Women I How Aboul Giving Uncle Sam A Lift? Like you, we sometimes get tired...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 June 1942

All-College Scrap Rubber Drive To Start Today Students' Campaign To Aid Borough Group * * ¥ SALVAGER—C. Dewey Krumrine, head of the Centre County Salvage Committee, today voiced his approval of the All-College Rubber Salvage effort to add to the tons of used rubber collected by his committee and local service stations. Scrap rubber, which includes everything from run-down rubber heels to old worn-out tires and inner tubes in fraternity and rooming house basements, will be collected today under the auspices of All-College Cabinet to assist the State College Salvage Committee in its all-out effort to garner rubber for essential war indus tries. In accordance with a proclamation made by President Roosevelt last week, the committee has been collecting rubber since June 15 •and already has between three and five tons of the valuable scrap product. All-College Cabinet has appointed a committee of M. Williams Lundelius, Richard S. Kurtz, Pauline E. Keller, and Muriel S. Taylor,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 June 1942

Its A Penn State Tradition Wow! TONIGHT "IT'S DINNER IN THE CORNER" We're certainly starting the night out right . . . Nothing could be finer than dinner in the Corner . . . THE CORNER - Unusual THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" F/_itnnlished 1940. Successor to thte Penn State Colle«ian, _established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1837, 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 nt the Post-office at Stata College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879. Editor ._^SSBrvv Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <D ^^?t> Leonard E. Bach *43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Business ' Staff—Credit Manager—Philip Jaffe .'43 : Circulation Manager—Robert E. _Edgerly '43; Classified Advertising Manager—Roy E. Barclay '43: Promotion Manager-Jack E. McCool '4...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 June 1942

GIVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPH to those i #» In The Service N*» An Appreciated Gift PENN STATE PHOTO SHOP LAST CALL For Class in SHIP DRAFTING Free Course — No Expense Remember Dad with an Arrow Shirt and Arrow Tie CHARLES _Fallow Shop 109 S. Allen SI Lion Nine Aims Firehouse Gang Drops For Red Raiders r.n _i rnmA in a Vonrc Attempting their second win I ¦ ¦ _^ ¦ wUlllw III I I GUI J over Colgate this season, Penn State's baseball Lions are in Hamilton, N. Y., today, practicing for a game scheduled on the Colgate diamond this afternoon, and another booked for tomorrow afternoon. Warren "Whitey" Pyer, only pitcher oh the mound squad with varsity experience, is expected to hurl today with George McWillia'ms behind the plate. Although he was discharged from the College Infirmary yesterday morning in time to accompany the team to Colgate, Captain Bill Debler remained behind to nurse his infected foot which confined him since Sunday. Sure starter at first base is Jack _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 June 1942

The Annual Collegian Dance Wdl Be MA Aune 20 Dancing 9-12 MUSIC BY THE CAMPUS OWLS Free to Subscribers of Your Paper The Daily Collegian SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Cwens Dance Tickets Ready Tickets are now on sale for Cwens dance to be held in White (_llall from 9 p. m. to midnight f-bf.urday, July 27, according to (Miry Grace Longenecker '45, (president ot the sophomore woimen_'s honorary. Miss Longeaiocker urged tiiat coeds ask their ¦men not to send corsages as a defense measure. First semi-formal dance of the Summer Semester, the "ask-youriman" affair will be held in White il-fall. George Washko's Campus Owls will furnish the music. Money collected from the flower sale will go to the World Stutlent Service Fund, an organization based on money donated by _students for students. Jean E. Ogden '45, general chairman, will be assisted by (Freshmen Florinne E. Olson, program chairman, and Barbara C. (_fainter; R. Christine Yohe, checking chairman, and Vivian I. Martin; Rut...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 June 1942

Collegian Subscribers Dance Tonight; WRA Initiates Summer Co-Recreation * * IF IT RAINS — Adele J. Levm • '44, Co-Recreation day chairman, announced last night that in case of rain, the program scheduled for today would be postponed. Drafting Course To Be Dropped Unless More Sign Airplane drafting proposed E9MDT course, will not toe given unless more students sm'oll toy Wednesday, it was disclosed toy Prof. B. K. Johnstone, department of architecture. Only 11 persons, five women and six men, have applied for the course. Professor Johnstone stated in-an interview held last night, "Unless there are more applications for this course, it will be impossible to give it. I feel that students who do not have a particular skill are passing up an unusual apportunity. "At the present time there is a shortage of airplane draftsmen. Any one who takes the course and is conscientious will be sure to obtain a good position upon completing ill. My opinion is that students rarely get as fin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 June 1942

a SHE GOT A MAN TO TAKE HER THE CWEN DANCE (Semi-Formal) Music by _£ CAMPUS OWLS JUNE 27-9-12 1.10-White Hall No Corsages Follow The Crowd to The Post House Southwest of Old Main The Sign of The "Stagecoach" Table or Cafeteria Service Meul Tickets for Students $5.50 for $5.00 THE POST HOUSE 146 S. Atherton State College THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" _Established 1040. Successor to thte Penn State Collegian, _enUblished 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1.857 , Published daily except Sunday and Monday durins _thj regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered aa second-class matter July 5, 1934 nl the Post-office at _Statfl College, Pa., under the act ot March 8, 1879. Editor ._^_sffiSgf o_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 _<"_*»_£_» Leonard E. Bach *43 Editorial and _Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frailer St Phone 711 Phone 4872 Editorial Staff—Womenls...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 June 1942

First National Bank Of State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Niffany Golfers Open First Summer Schedule Against Colgate Today Nittany Lion golfers are playing the first match in the Summer schedule at Colgate today where they will take on the Red Raiders. Co-Captains Dick Stephens and Bill 'T_)ucky" Swan are leading the linksmen in this first battle of the season. Two other team members, Bill Smiley and Ed Fairchild, are seasoned players, having faced intercollegiate competition during the Spring meets. Jim McCormick, Willis McCay_, and Stu Burns are the new additions to the squad. Coach Rutherford said before leaving that although he didn't know much about the opposition his boys would 'be up against this trip, he expected them to take care of themselves rather well. Commenting on the Summer meets, Rutherford said he liked the idea, and that it would give the boys some excellent training (for the regular season next Spring. The only difficulty, he ad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 June 1942

uwmi all... and & "I've known 'em J hate'em _alll "Then _ftiis guy comes along! One look...and it's like I never seen a guy before! What's he got that I can't get him but of my blood!" ? _VrwT JEAN GABIN wi* ligins witra _»li_«r Jtofi bov_> _tfff IIf IDA LUPINO In < THOMAS MITCHELL • CLAUDE RAINS JEROME COWAN • HELENE REYNOLDS Hfc Z-La _oth"18 " Hmm tr ARCHIE MMO • >»¦<¦¦¦< ?» MMK _NUUtMU •«M_« ri- K KM _VMM • A a_*tk CIMTUm_^OX riCTWM Mon. - Tues. ¦ Wed. Shows at 1:30. 3:00. 7:00. 9:00 CATHAUM Sophomore Council Frosh DormS to the usual fear of difficult courses connected with the Engineering School, or whether you just don't feel obligated in any way to pay back some of the public toorn education you have accepted up to now. Prof. B. Kenneth Johnstone, head of the architecture department, insures you that the work is not too difficult for men and women of college calibre, and claims that a...

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

I Scrap Rubber Truck Available For All-College Drive Today Extended until today because of increased collection facilities, Penn State's .all-college scrap rubber drive now has a truck available to visit fraternity, sorority, and independent rooming units, according to M. Williams Lundelius '43, committee chairman., The truck, provided by the State College salvage committee, will start its rounds at 6 o'clock tonight until all the 11 fraternity, 3 sorority, and central independent districts are visited. All students were urge'd to support the nation-wide rubber salvage program by Lundelius. Scrap ru'bber collected will be sold at the standard rate of one cent a pound and the proceeds turned over to Army-Navy Relief. Anyone who wishes to take such used articles as tires, inner tubes, garden hose, boots, overshoes, hot water bottles, belting, rubber gloves, raincoats, rubber heels, bathing caps, and discarded jar rings to local service stations will receive the penny-a-pound r...

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