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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 June 1942

PHOTOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTERS PORTRAITURE • Kodak — Printing • Kodak Kodacolor • Films—Supplies and Developing — Daily Service i PENN STATE PHOTO SHOP *i_» • FOR COOLNESS • FOR WORK • FOR PLAY • FOR COMFORT $2.95 up You'll live in 'em all Summer long . . . twills, gabardines, coverls ... all fine fabrics for long, comfortable wear. Fromms Opposite Old Main ) ,..—¦' i .—ii i sasgj—tgggggg>» . Cil 1 _^ _sE^^IE_^ _^_Mt ^^ SUMMER PARTIES ARE MADE MORE ENJOYABLE WITH Crystal " Clear, Pure, Clean IC E Packed ready to_^use the Hospitality Pack HILLSIDE ICE & STORAGE CO Patterson St Dial 842 Weather May Halt W& J Baseball Till Condition of the New Beaver field baseball diamond will determine whether Washington- and Jefferson meets the Lions at 2:30 o'clock this a'fternooh in the. first home game of the Summer schedule. Clear skies today-could put the Penh-State field in-shape for-tibe battle; . but wet' weather - wo...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 June 1942

HANN'S WATCH SHOP Watch and Jewelry Located in Hoy-Drug _Stora ... Watch Attachments .'. ¦ _iE.v College Ave. .<; • ¦ • • _^ •BREAKFAST _^ • LUNCH \_l • DINNER % -,',1 Anchorage ' CoffeeShop n _n '—i 'AlNiOl-MCD (^ c /^ 0y _^m COLLEGE-, PA i 210 W. College .Are Summer t Jg_^ Session c^> Students For students wh_«- are noi fralernily-minded but desire the comforts of homelike appointments. Welcome Summer Students All through your stay here we can supply you with a choice of • SLACK SUITS • PLAY SUITS _O BATHING SUITS • DRESSES _O ACCESSORIES a You 11 find it wise to patronize the SMART SHOP S. Allen Si WSGA 'Bars Far Tars' Bring Mail From USS Atlanta Fan WSGA has been receiving ten mail from the U. S. Navy for their performances in the Bars for Tars Day, sponsored by WSGA House of Representatives last Spring, and for WSGA's Army-Navy Dance staged in Rec:Hall lrfct month. Candy bars collected as admission to th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 June 1942

yM&X&* r. For Relief Army-Navy July 31 nllQ« 1 © Two Dances • Athletic Events * • Thespian-Glee Club Revue • Big Parade V *X_*> SUMMER SESSION STUDENTS an • To Be In The "Groove" • To Be "Hep" • To —read Be Op On The "Jiv.e" The iiily Collegian (For A Better Penn State.) subscribe now _fmm\ • Stodsnt Solicitors • _Coifegian Office • Student Unjoin Special $1.00 Subscription For Summer School Semester Trim and Neat to Appease the Heat Smith's Powder Puff Wi 107 S. Allen Street Phone 2201 Summer Activities (Continued from Page On») Mixed groups , will participate in tennis and archery meets. Bicycling trips, the first of which will start Wednesday, will be held every Wednesday at 7 p. m., leaving from 112 Miles street. Club riders pay 35 cents for two hours. The number of bike-hikers is limited to the 30 bikes available. Horseback Riding Club organization plans will be made at a meeting in the College Stock Jud...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 June 1942

2,000 Students Will Register For Selective Service Today War Department Authorizes Army Enlist 2,140 Quota Set For College Unit By RICHARD B. McNAUL Penn State students' hope of finishing college before serving with the armed forces brightened today with the announcement that the War Department had authorized a College quota of 2140 for the Army Enlisted Reserves. Announcing the information of the War Department's new plan on the eve of the nation's fifth RDay, Col. Edward D. 'Ardery, head of the department of military science and tactics, stated that it would permit the voluritary enlistment of students in all four College classes. With over 2,000 students registering for selective service on campus today, Colonel Ardery stated that officers of the military department would do the selecting of the eligible freshmeh, sophomores, juniors, and seniors to fill Penn Sta'te's quota. Created to build up a reserve pool of officers, the plan will make it possible for the selected ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 June 1942

Summer Session Students Subscribe Now To The Daily Collegian Special Summer Rate—$1.00 _cMptJs .cALlftM. ' TOiiAY . ' _- ' •. Theta Sigma Phi meeting for actives and pledges in Alpha Chi Omega suite at 5 p. m. There will be a cdhipUlsol-y meeting of all freshman women in 110 Home Economics at 6:30 tonight for the election of freshman senator and WRA representative, announced Patricia Diener '45, WSGA sophomore senator. Fifth R-Day in the Armory from 8 a. hi. 'to 5 p. in. _foSi'ORR _'OW Fibsh basketballers and varsity arid frosh. wrestlers . are re'_iju'es_^ed to report to Rec Hall, Wednesday afternoon. . Freshman men and wolheh candidates for Froth Business staff report, to the second floor lounge, Old Main, at 7 p. ni. THE DALLY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to thto Penn State Collegian, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established . 1887. Published dally except Sunday and Monday during _tha rccular College year by the students o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 June 1942

Yoa Too Can Learn To Dance At The All-College DANCING CLASS Sponsored bit PENN STATE CLUB 10 LESSONS June 30, July 2,7,9,14,16,21,23,28 & 30 TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS EVENINGS _^ 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. AT THE ARMORY SUMMER SESSION STUDENTS ¦ ¦ • To Be In The "Groove" • To Be "Hep" • To Be Up On The "Jive" —read— The Daily Collegian (For A Better Pekh State) SUBSCRIBE NOW FROM: i Student Solicitors • Collegian Office • Student Union Special $1.00 Subscription For Summer School Semester Mushball L* The mushball schedule follows for the remainder of the week. No games will be played over July 4 weekerid or over Soph Hop weekend, Bob Redmount '44, manager announced. __ Today. June 30 5 p. _ni. TKE vs. Alpha Phi Delta Beta Theta £>i .vs. SAe _Tneb Chi vs. D"_efta Sigma Phi 7 _fc. 'riV. Penh State Club vs. Miller Club Irvih Hall Vs. Canal St. Fireh'ous'e _v Phi Kappa Psi vs. Phi Delta Theta Wednesday, July 1 7 p. m. Watts Hall vs. Matils Electric Di...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 June 1942

Date For Defense 11 VICTORY WEEKEND For ARMY NAVY RELIEF July 37—August 1 TWO BIG DANCES • THESPIAN-GLEE CLUB REVUE • ATHLETIC CONTESTS • BIG PARADE mi mm r i a m Shows at 1:30 - 3:00 7:00 - 9:00 m •MOW • s 112 Miles St Goeds Okay No Corsages First successful "no corsage" and semi-formal dance of the Summer semester resulted when over 500 persons attended the annual Cwens dance Saturday night. Proceeds are estimated at $150, according to reports made at a meeting of the sophomore honorary last night. Mary Grace Longenecker '45, president, announced that the group would make a contribution of $50 to the World Student Service Fund as a result of. the carnation sale. Standing committees and sophomore members appointed by Miss Longenecker _foiMhe year include activities, Miriam L. Zartman, chairman, and Patricia Diener; "Tid," national Cwens' magazine, chairman, R. Christine Yohe; scrapbook, Jean E. Ogden; social, Florinne E. Olson, chair...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 July 1942

Late News Flashes... Axis Forces Push On CAIRO—Axis forces fought yesterday to within 100 miles from the British Naval Station in Alexandria, . it was . announced here last night. However, war strategists believe that British forces will not repel the attack of Field Marshal Rommel's forces until they get nearer to Alexandria. Then, it is believed, "something unexpected" will take place to ward off the aggressors. No Action In Pacific HAWAII—A showdown in the Pacific sea battle is yet to come, according to Lit.'Com. Willis Hale. Hale declares that the deciding factor- _v in the battle will be the battle in the air. He believes that it is a fatal military blunder to underestimate the enemy's power. • • - Pass 42 Billion War Bill WASHINGTON — Congress passed a bill today calling for $42,-820,000,000 for war expenditures. Meanwhile, bills calling allottment of expense money for the Department of Agriculture and the- OP A and. other 1 war agencies, remain untouched. It is feared t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 July 1942

SUMMER TIME Lv. State _College 11:10 A.M Ar. Lewistown 12:20 P.M Lv. Lewistown 12:30 P.M _\r. State College 1:35 P.M SCHEDULE 4:35 P.M. 7:00 P.M 5:45 P.M. 8:10 P.M 7:20 P.M. 8:50 P.M 8:30 P.M. 10:00 P.M Make Reservations Four Hours In Ad vance For Travel On The "Fourth" BOfltSBURG AUTO BUS LINES Dial 733 te College Hotel Summer Session Students Subscribe Now To The Daily Collegian Special Summer Rate—$1.00 THE DALLY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to thte Penn State Collegian, _established 1!)04_, and the Free Lance, established 1S8T. Published doily except Sunday and Monday during tha resular College year by the studenta of • The Pennsylvania Stale College. Entered as second-class matter July 6, 1934 nl the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 187S>. Editor _^rfSffiRSfc_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy *43 <SS _*W_&_F> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 July 1942

donee to the music of—Soph Hop for\_# *&* t Charlie Bet met at . {'It's Semi-Formal) ALSO FEATURING... . v FRANCES WAYNE + Don't Forget—Defense Stamp Corsages + LARRY TAYLOR JULY 10th REG HALL $3.85 Per Couple MORNING STAR. TRUWHEAT PURITY -BREAD and TROPHY WINNER _^ CAKE Quality Dry Cleaniftg & Pressing WitnClfean m SMITHS TAILOR SHOP _fc_^_te itee tmhei 110 E. _BeaVer Ave. '••«!• Dial 2162 ^•._^ _j _ito_^...::vt- _._^.^^>, '^^ :s;^'.-_^,_ft:-.::t.^>_vi/^v^^_-_^:y_>,.,.: —-_«_.¦!> MORNINGSTftR _' BREAD Mornihgstar Bread is fine for everv _burnose. It makes Be~tweeii The Lidiis With DON DAVIS Out of " the uniform of his Alma Mater fqr nearly 30 years, "Shorty" Miller '14 will again don Penn State baseball togs tomorrow afternoon and work out with Joe Bedenk and his squad. In fact, Shorty intends to keep in shape this way for the next six weeks. Although . 51, the former Lion football and baseball star...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 July 1942

DR. BENJAMIN L ALEXANDER Optometrist Hours for Examination of Eyes 9 to 12 A. M.—1 to 5 P. M. Evenings by Appointment 402 E. College Ave. Pnone 4875 Panhel Changes Rushing Code To Further Administration Greeks To Hold I"- ""~~~~ . Daytime Formals To clarify Panhellenic rushing code and to make its administration more convenient for both _sorority women and rushees, the Council ruled several code changes at _la.st night's meeting. Panhellenic members voted to set the lime for two-hour informal parties between 6:30 and 9 p. m. Houses may schedule two _parties from July 13 to July 17, as staled in the code. A motion was passed permitting sororities to hold informal parties and formal coffee hours in town if they so desired. An individual house poll found Die Council unanimously in favor of changing the time for the formal coffee hours from Saturday - .night, July 18, to Saturday afternoon, thus permitting Greeks and rushees to attend dinner. The new ruling specifies that tw...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 July 1942

_Sto latta m (Hdimmn OF THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE -COLLEGE VOL. 39—No. 27 THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 2, STATE COLLEGE, PA. PRICE THREE CENTS Tribunal Lifts Frosh Regulations For 4th Weekend § m -M LIFTS CUSTOMS FOR 4TH — Charles H. Ridenour '43, Tribunal head, announced last night that all frosh customs will be lifted beginning Friday at 5 p. m. and extending to Monday, at 8 a. m. Freshmen remaining in town will not be required to observe regulations during that time. versity of Pennsylvania. ust Allowing freshmen a short reprieve from wearing customs, Charles H. Ridenour '43, Student Tribunal chairman, announced last night that all frosh customs will be lifted at 5 p. m. Friday afternoon. Regular customs will be resumed Monday at 8 a. m. with the exception of name cards which may be discarded after tomorrow. All other freshman regulations are still in effect and will be enforced more rigidly than ever, Ridenour added. Five penalties were levied, one exemption . granted, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 July 1942

SUMMER TIME SCHEDULE Lv. State College 11:10 A.M _^ 4:35 P.M. 7:00 P.M Ar. Lewistown 12:20 P.M. 5:45 P.M. .8:10 P.M Lv. Lewistown 12:30 P.M. 7:2 . 0 P.M. 8:50 P.M At. State College 1:35 P.M. 8:30 P.M. 10:00 p.M Make Reservations Four Hours In Ad vance For Travel On The "Fourth" _00ALSBURG AUTO BUS LINES Slate College Hotel . Dial 733 Never Any A**' In Values At KEELERS All College Supplies THE DALLY COLLEGIAN "For A Batter Pena State" _Established 1940. Successor to thte Pena State _Collearlan, established 1004. and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published dally except Sunday and Monday durins On reffular College year by the studenta of The Pennsylvania Clato College. Entered as second-class matter July 8, 1934 nl the Post-o££ice at Stats College, Pa., under the act at March 8, 1879 . Editor ^^_fifflBSfc_^ Bus. and Adv. Mar. Gordon Coy '43 <D «_$_fflPB> Leonard E. Bach *43 editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 July 1942

_Vf _tflCtND Of* For c Army-Navy Relief July 31 nll jj * I • two Dances • Thespian-Glee Club Revue ° Athletic Events ° Big Parade TREATS FOR THE SUMMER WEEKENDS Hamburgers FRESH GROUND MEAT IN PATTIES _-** W_^ t_«S|pN Hot Uogs FRESH CUBE STEAKS COOKS MARKET 115 S. Frazier Si Phone 731 Delta Sigma Pi Adds 13 New Members Thirteen students were formally initiated into Alpha Gamma chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, national commerce and finance honorary, recently, according to Robert E. Pennell '43, scribe for the local chapter. The news members are John D. Neel '45, C. Victor Rio '44, John Sakash '44 Niles L. Keesler '44, Coolidge A. Eichelberger Jr. '44, Donald S. Boston '44, Robert L. Galley '44, Robert E. Dierken '44, George Walko '44, William L. Ranck '44, William H. Bishop '44, Edward p. Arters '43, and John A. Cole *43. Present officers of the local chapter are William C. Smith '43, headmaster; Robert E. Pennell '43, scribe; Douglas W. Pur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 July 1942

Make Your Shoes Last Longer Let Us Repair Your Shoes PENN STATE SHOE REPAIR SHOP EARL KLINE, Prop 123 W. Beaver' Ave Shows at 1::30. 3:00. 7:00. 9:00 • TODAY - FRIDAY • IT'LL HAPPEN EVERY TIME When a girl with a lot of curves meets a guy with a lot of angles . . . She'll go _MffiMBj for a ' dope with jSw^^^ ONE IDEA! _SHHIB Henry FONDA BARI Don AMECHE In m m SUMMER SESSION STUDENTS... • To Be In The "Groove" • To Be "Hep" • To Be Up On The "Jive" — read — The Bully Collegian (For A Better Penn State) subsghibe mm _froib • _Stolen! Solicitors • _CoSlegian Office • Student Union Special $1.1 Subscription For Smim School Semester House Maps _Cotiiitryside "_^_£ J . Maps of surrounding country showing picnic spots, hiking and swimming opportunities will be readyv in'two weeks, according to a report made by Geraldine A. Custer '43, committee chairman, at a "meeting of WSGA House of Representatives yesterday. The maps will be mimeograph-1 ed a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 July 1942

Students May Still Enter V-5, V-7; VI Will Not Open Till September Single Ticket Set As Only Admission For'V Weekend By BENJAMIN M. BAILEY Although nearly a thousand Penn State students received' letters from the Naval Recruiting Office in Pittsburgh yesterday informing them that . all future enlistments in the Navy Reserve must be made through the new V-l program, there is still time for juniors and seniors to enlist in the Naval Reserve directly through the. V-5 and V-7 programs. According to Ensign David I. Jacobs, recruiting officer for V-7, the V-l program will not be able to supply officer material for the V-5 and V-7 programs in sufficient numbers for several more months. The over-all "quota set for V-5 and V-7 enlistments has not yet been filled and as a result, direct enlistments in both these branches are still being accepted. , Ensign Jacobs pointed out, however, that orders ' . to halt V-5 and V-7 enlistments may arrive from the Navy Department at any time, and t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 July 1942

km «•* mm _*_m* Summer Session Students for HE. AtH and RELAXATION Join The RIDING CLUB m t: Privately-Owned Horses Can Be Boarded At Reasonable Rates Penn State Riding Club (Only Riding Club On Campus) The Best In Town _e_^S The CORNER Unusual THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to thte Penn State Collegian, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 188T. Published dally except Sunday and Monday during th< regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 nt the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8. 1879. Editor ,_rffi«!©fc»~ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy *43 <B _^_SS_^I> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4872 Editorial Staff—Women's Editor—Louise M. _Fuoss '43; Managing Editor—Herbert J. Zukauskas '43; Spo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 July 1942

fun—so 0_/e a come to * _£_& Soph Hop We're featur '"g ( _^ _H _QjllQ r Barnet WHERE!-Rec Hall WHEN! -July 10th HOW MUCH! — $3.85 YOU'LL ALSO HEAR FRANCES WAYNE LARRY TAYLOR 4§i§ _4ll FRESHMEN Have You Investigated The Air Force Enlisted Reserve Deferred Plan? AVIATION CADET BOARD WILL MEET IN ROOM 407 OLD MAIN MONDAY a TUESDAY JULY 6 & 7 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M See Winning Your-Wings" And Other Aviation Films MONDAY NIGHT 7:30 121 SPARKS Lion Trackmen Leave Today For Army-Navy Meet Assisting in an attempt to keep track in the national spotlight and continue interest in a sport that plays an important part in physical fitness, Chick Werner will take eight runners to Scheilkopf Field at Cornell this Saturday to compete in an exhibition track meet. With Cornell, Penn State, Colgate, and Syracuse competing in the six special events, the meet's proceeds will go to Army-Navy Relief. Only real veteran on Chick's makeshift squ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 July 1942

Win A Prize At The Big State College Celebration! BESIDES Taxi Service Dial 3427 Display Will Include Day's Dietary Needs "Minerals and the Dietary Pattern" is the subject of-a nutrition exhibit to be held in 209 Home _JSconomics from 1 until 5 p. m. Tuesday. Calcium foods will be displayed in one part of the exhibit, each •Amount of calcium showing onetenth of a day's requirement for the adult man. According to Dr. Henry C. Sherman of Columbia University, calcium is the most deficient nutrient in the present American diet, and is essential to good bones and teeth, longevity, and general well-being. Dietary rules of the National ' Nutrition Program have been followed in setting up a pattern " which will illustrate "must" foods _Vtnd include suggested menus. "Each item in the day's menu will "be analyzed in order that the nutritional value may be observed. Three experimental rats which .have been eating ordinary foods will be on display. One rat thrived on a "natural fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 July 1942

Senate Approves Calendar Change Upon the request of the Office of Defense Transportation, the College Senate last week approved a revision of the academic calendar for the next two semesters so that the opening and closing of semesters and vacations will not fall on weekends. The Committee on Calendar revised the calendar, confining opening and closing dates to Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday in order that transportation facilities will be available to handle the number of students at those times. The calendar, as revised, stands. 1942 September 7, Mon., Freshman Week begins .9-10, Fall Semester registration 10, Fall Semester classes begin 21-22, Payment of fees October 24, Sat., Alumni Homecoming Day 31, Sat.,-Midsemester below-grade reports November 25, Wed., Thanksgiving recess begins 27, Fri., Thanksgiving recess ends December s 17, Thurs., Fall semester graduation 19, Sat., Fall semester ends 1943 January 6, Wed., Christmas recess ends .6-7. Wed.-Thurs., Spring semester r...

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