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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 July 1942

For A Satisfactory Service PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver Ave. Phone 3261 WATCH YOUR DATE SMILE The CORNER Unusual THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Slate" _Established 1940. Successor to thte Penn State _Collealan, established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published dally except Sunday a'nd Monday during tho Tegular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Slate College. Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1934 at the Post-office at Stat* College, Pa., under the act of March 8. 1879 . Editor _j_^ag g_&i_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <B_^_Pn> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office) Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazler St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 _Managing Editor This Issue Robert M. _Faloon News Editor This _Issuo Benjamin M. Bailey Women's Editor This Issue Mary Janet Wintei Assistant _Manasinir Editor Mickey Blatz Assistant News Editor Stephen Sinichak Advertising Manager A. Kennet...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 July 1942

ALL WOOL TROPICAL WORSTED SUITS MUST GO! We are selling out our entire stock of men's tropical worsted suits , . . they are all wool and nationally advertised at higher prices ... SO I _OS ALL SIZES fromms Opposite Campus We've Told You What's Coming Off—We've Told You What We're Going To Da —We Now Take Pleasure In Announcing The Low Price For A 3-Way Ticket Ta VICTORY WEEKEND JULY 31-AUG • per couple or # Five Hours of Goodman Dancing • Thespian-Glee _CUib Show t field Day—Athletics _^ • Danz-A-Poppin—To 4 Cantons Bands roceeds ror service beneh Electric Diner Wins; Surkalo Allows 1 Hit Thela Chi Triumph _Starts New League Perhaps its the T-bone steaks or maybe their blue plate special, but whatever their secret the Electric Diner remains the hottest team in the Independent softball league. Following up last Thursday's two-rift performance over Iryin Hall, the Diner boys coasted through to an easy 3-0 win over Fairmount Hall behind the onehit pi...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 July 1942

& _^ v ifed_$-of Books on ' _&_£_> '_• -'.v.' ¦ _^Subjects at duced Prices KEELERS UMMER ESSION _ffu/i Book Sale NOW ON 7 Sororities Hold Parties •First day of intensive rushing was climaxed last night when seven sororities entertained rushees at informal parties_. Scheduled between 6:30 and 9 p. m., parties may last for two hours', according to Pauline E. Keller '43, Panhellenic president. Rushees may attend only one party each night, she stressed. Sororities are reminded by Miss Keller that they are to rush only between the hours of 8 a. m. and 6 p. mi ¦ Because of rumors that houses have misunderstood the Panhellenic system for sending invitations, Miss Keller wishes that regulations be clarified and urges sororities to abide by them. Before delivering party invitations, sororities are to send representatives to Panhellenic post office at Student Union between 9 a. m. and noon or from 2 to 4 p. m. where houses will be checked off a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 July 1942

LATE NEWS FLASHES « PARIS—All was not quiet in France on Bastille Day. Three railways were dynamited and more than 50 Frenchmen were arrested as saboteurs. In Belgium, 11 Gestapo agents were killed by a person whom they attempted to arrest. LONDON — British bombers soared over Paris and Vichy dropping millions of pamphlets promising freedom for the French. Planes also bombed railways in northern France. NEW DELHI—Mohandus Gandi, Indian nationalist leader, again told the British to grant India her independence or lose her support in the war. BERLIN—German troops are less than 165 miles from Stalinograd on the Volga River. They are within 200 miles of the Caucausus mountains. CAIRO—British forces of General Auchinleck have repulsed a German attempt to advance toward Alexandria in heavy fighting around El Alamein. British planes bombed Axis troop concentrations at Daba and Tobruk. LONDON — Oliver Littleton, British minister of war production, told the House of Commons that there ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 July 1942

For A Satisfactory Service PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver Ave. Phone 3261 THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to thte Penn State Collegian, _entiblished 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1837. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during tin regular College year by the students of Tho Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 6, 1934 nt the Poat-oCficc at Stata College. Pa., under the act _oS March 8, 1879. Editor _.rtssgiBSto_,_* Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <D _^S_^n> Leonard E. Bach '43 j-Editorial and Business Office. Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frailer St. Phone 711 Ph ' oue 4S72 > Member Pissocioted Cotle6«ate Pres_% _Ctatritrfutdr of GQlle6iciteDi6€fst Editorial Staff—Women's' Editor—Louise M. _Fuoss *4S i Managing Editor—Herbert J. Zukauskas '48; Sports Editor—Donald W. Davis '48; Assistant Managing Editor—Do'mlnicV 31,. Odlab '48; Feature Editor—David S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 July 1942

HARVEST BALL Announcing: Music By Campus Announcing: Music By Campus Owls Adm. $1 5—9-12 10 RFC HALL rec : RURAL DRESS JULY IM Mushball Standings The taste-good, feel-good refreshment of ice-cold Coca-Cola is everything your thirst could ask for. It's all you Want and you want it all. Nothing ever equals the quality arid goodness of the real thina. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY Cd<&-Ctfla Ebttling Company of Altoona Iii State College Call 2 iliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii) Between The Lions With DON DAVIS Sports Editor Itlllimilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll MOST PRESSING FKUUJLKM Last week we strenuously lamented the fact that Penn State is lagging far behind other colleges of the country in preparing its students for the part they will play in World War II. And the department we were specifically referring to was that of a mass physical fitness pro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 July 1942

KEELERS UMMER ESSION Hundreds of Books on Book Sale All Subjects at Reduced Prices NOW ON Coeds—Snag A Date For DRAFTEE DRAG Saturday, July 1 8 9-12 ARMORY—CAMPUS OWLS Informal Tickets $1.10 Sponsored By Mortar Board For Coed Scholarships DR. BENJAMIN ALEXANDER Optometrist HOURS FOR EYE EXAMINATIONS 9 to 12 A. M. - 1 to 5 P.M. EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT 402 E. College Ave. Dial 487S ;;:• ¦:¦ • ;; '-_€. >; "_5? m \ \L IV k L i STEERS PRAIRIE PROM—Hazel E. Gassmann '43, IWA president, announces IWA's All-College dance, Prairie Prom, scheduled for August 15. Ten-gallon hats, jtodphurs, and jeans should be worn to add to the cowboy atmosphere, Miss Gassmann stated. * * ' * IWA Announces All-College Dance Final plans for IWA's All-College dance, Prairie Prom,, were completed when the entire dance committee met last night, according to Hazel E. Gassman '43, IWA president. The dance will be held in Recreation Hall from 9 p. m. to midnight F...

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

WSGA Senate Withdraws Support From Co-Edition; WRA May Follow Suit At Board Meeting Tonight _,; . ¦ Paper May Publish _jd _fliHBk*. One Mere Edition v * _^ajjKp? _&JtlsSs jftl s f k HERO HERE — Leon Rabinowitz '43, general chairman of Victory Weekend, executive committee announced last night that the Army Public Relations Office had asked the War Department to -detail one of America's war heroes to be present during Penn State's biggest holiday. •¦*.•!( St By HELEN R. KEEFAUVER With a vote of 8 to 2, WSGA Senate withdrew its support of Co-Edition, women's weekly paper, at a meeting last night. The Senate subsidy amounts to $150 per semester. "We feel that the expense and time required for this publication are not justified in the present emergency," said Margaret K. Sherman '43, WSGA president. Ann Drivas '43, WRA president, said that WRA will probably cooperate with WSGA and take action at Board meeting tonight. WRA has contributed $50 per semester. "In view of WS...

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

For A Satisfactory Service PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver Ave. Phone 3281 §_N> EAT AT EASE There's no crowding or noise to mar your enjoyment of our grand tasting food and refreshing cool drinks . . . We'll serve you or you serve yourself . . . • Breakfasts • Luncheons • Dinners • Fountain Service Uke J _-_^_ost _^ /_woifde At the Sign of the _Stsgecoach THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to thte Penn State Collegian, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1837. Published dally except Sunday and Monday during th« regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Citato College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 p.l. the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act o. March 8. 1879. Editor „_,ggSgfc _^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr, Gordon Coy '43 <a ^^*i> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frailer St. Phone 711 Phoue 4S72 ...

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

er prices sop ALL SIZES _> fromm's Opposite Campus ALL WOOL TROPICAL WORSTED-SUITS MUST GO! We are selling out our entire stock of men's tropical worsted suits . . . they are all wool and ^^&K r^*^^: r_^ $ _iw_^iw-Wm g ¦_PT _^, *<Bi4W_^_W ¦ ¦>„;.;¦ . * ^'> V~-"<_r _^'S1 |BRSHBk|[^ _BsisyyfiiisaF »,% ^' '_^rj_^_ckiiBii iMlillif ¦ ^^r-^&) -;.:_«i_«ra _Pre ". . , _.' j _T_» AnhVcatryiug a _tBT' _^ a. ^^_jJEli_^_ywi_» new torch...an jAhJI ¦ , _->v _ftantaa ^^_K» acetylene torch in a 'plane plant! She's working on the bomber-line and has the _boyi doing taitspina_. ANN SHERIDAN •• a _itcVhtarfed _komber In a 'plan* plant DENNIS MORGAN wmm weak**- wkh m Mmm t)fafc»i tal '46 Baseballers Lose Promising Shortstop Penn States freshman baseball squad suffered a great loss this week when Charles Daubert left for West Point to enter the United States Military Academy there. Daubert wa...

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

KEELERS UMMEf ESSION Hundreds of Books on Book Sale All Subjects at Reduced Prices NOWON MID-SUMMER SALE STARTS TODAY DRESSES SLACKS HATS GLOVES • And other items too numerous to mention . . . All reduced, items are from oui regular stock. Mitchell's 124 E. College Ave We, DL l/Uomen Panliel Is Judge—Not Policeman; Biff Sisters Are Aids—Not Rushers Four BMOC'S Vie In Voting I ATTENTION TOWN RUSHEES—Pauline E. Keller '43, Panhellenic president, reminds all town rushees to call for party invitations at Student Union after being notified by phone. Mortar Board's "Danny Draftee" will be selected from four BMOC's who were chosen during a preliminary voting which ended yesterday, Pauline Grossman '43, president of the national senior women's honorary, announced. Final balloting began this morning at the Corner Room and at Student Union. Final election will be made from remaining candidates David J. McAleer, Robert L. Mawhinney, Bernard A. Plesser, and C...

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

Late News Flashes... iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii WASHINGTON—The U. S. has broken off diplomatic relations with Finland because, according to U. S. officials, Finland has not been abiding by the 1934 consular relations. CAIRO t»- Marshal Rommel's forces were giving ground in the central west front of El Alamein yesterday. The battle for the Hill of Jesus is still on with the two forces deadlocked. MOSCOW—The Red Army has broken through the First and Second German Army lines around the Bryansk sector. The Russians claim their losses have been only 339,000 against the Germans 900,-000. WASHINGTON — Naval authorities admit the sinking of three more . merchant ships, one in the Atlantic and two in the Gulf of Mexico. WASHINGTON—Charges have been preferred against ten of the 14 men accused . of aiding the Nazi saboteurs. Their sentences will be one-half of those of the saboteurs, or in the case of a death penalty, a sentence of ten years. "...

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

"HOT DOGS" A Real Treat-Pm Sufitnier Weekend . -- ¦ Picnics Hamburgers Fresh Ground Meat In Patties FRESH CUBE STEAKS ASSORTED COLD CUT! COOK'S MARKET 115 S. Frazjer Phone 731 IT HITS THE SPOT J i The CORNE R Unusual THE DALLY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" _Established 1940. Successor to thte Penn State _Sollegian, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1837. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during thi _resrular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Glate College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 nl. the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879. Editor _wsSSSfe_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy *43 <B_^SS_? ,> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frailer St. Phone 711 Phoue 4872 Managing Kdltor This Issue Richard B. McNaul Women's Editor This Issue Jane H. Muipny Assistant News Editor Pete Scott Assistant Man...

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

For A Satisfactory Service PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver Ave Phone 3261 lacrosse Team Opens Season With Johns Hopkins, Maryland Coach Nick Theil will take his lacrosse team to Baltimore today for games with two of the country's topnotch stick teams, Johns Hopkins and Maryland, The weekend tilts will open the Summer semester season. The first game will be played with Johns Hopkins at 5 p. m. today. The team will then play Maryland tomorrow afternoon. Penn State will attempt to improve its offense arid defense scoring tactics which 'were successful in the Drexel game. The team hopes to surprise the southerners who are unaware of the new tactics employed by the Penn State team. Penn State's starting lineup will be James Henderson, Joward Hausner, William Briner, George Pittenger, James Gotwals, Larry Faries, Tom Mitchell, Robert Koch, Sam Flenner and Jack Kerns. TKE Trounces DU, 8-5, Goes Into First Place Tie Fairmounl Hall Overthrows Matils Basebaliers leave For C...

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

KEELERS UMMER ESSION Hundreds of Books on Book Sale All Subjects at Reduced Prices NOW ON SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE PATERSON HOSIERY SHOP 134 E. College Ave Coeds—Have You Snagged _Jl Date Yet For DRAFTEE DRAG TOMORROW 9-12 ARMORY—CAMPUS. OWLS Informal Tickets $1.10-'Sponsored By Mortar Board For-Coed Scholarships Wuh Summer Session Women WRA Invites All Students To Co-Rec Night; Will Delay Withdrawal Of Co-Edition Subsidy Program Includes Written Bid Replies Dancing, Mov.es „ . $ , _„. In formal dress, numerous games, singing, refreshments, movies, and dancing will be included in WRA-sponsored Co-Rec Night to be centered around White Hall at 6:30 tonight, Adele J. Levin '44, chairman, announced. Scheduled for the first part of Die program, on Holmes Field and in front of White Hall, are games of badminton, volley ball, fist ball, softball, archery, croquet, ping pong, and table games. "There is no need to sign up; just come and play," Miss Levin Urges....

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

I LATE NEWS FLASHES I EGYPT—Gneral Rommel's desperate effort to smash through the British lines has been stemmed by veteran Australian and New Zealand forces. Along various lines the English have regained vantage points and for the most part the Nazi troops are in no bet' ter position than they were at the beginning of the conflict. MOSCOW—The new Burma road was opened today. Supply lines leading to and from Russia will be re-established in an effort to provide the Soviet with the supplies necessary to halt the advancing German troops. WASHINGTON — President Roosevelt announced that the belief expressed by unauthoritative sources regarding the drafting of men 18 and 19 was groundless. He stated that the army has sufficient manpower to take care of all needs until the beginning of next year. LONDON — Metropolitan London was bombed for the first time in six weeks. Although the bombers came over in large numbers, British pursuit squadrons - were able to make them drop their, leth...

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

Parties more Enioyadie Order Your Supply Of Cracked Ice, Crystal Clear Pure And Clean In the HOSPITALITY PACK HILLSIDE ICE a STORAGE CO Dial 842 133 N. Patterson Si With CoM Drinks THE DALLY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Slate" Bitabliahecl 1940. Successor to thto Penn State Collegian. _CHlabliahed 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1S8T. 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 5, 1934 nt the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8. 1879. ^^ Editor „_rfSgSBfc _^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy *43 <s ^^^ Leonard E. Bach *43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frailer St. Phone 711_ . ¦ Phone 4872 Editorial Staff—Women's Editor—Louise M. _Fuoss '43 J Managing Editor—Herbert J. Zukauskas '43; Sports Editor—Donald W. Davis '43; Assistant Managing Editor—Dominick L. Golab '45; Feature ...

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

Who'll Be Queen Of HARVEST BALL Music By Campus Owls Adm. $1.10 5—9-12 REC HALL RURAL DRESS JULY 2 See Us For • ALL • YOUR • PRINTING • NEEDS Nillany Printing - Publishing Co. 119 S. Frazier Si. Dial 4868 IM Mushball Standings Golfers Meet Cornell Linksmen Taking,to the road for the second time this Summer, the Lion golfers will meet Cornell on the links at Ithaca this afternoon. If the Lions continue their winning streak and take Cornell," this will be their fourth win of the Summer season. Heading the lineup for the Nittany linksmen . are co-captains Dick Stephens arid Bill "Ducky" Swan, whd will play the first twosome. Following in close order will be Jim McCormick, Ed Fairchild, Charlie MaClay, and Dick Hastings, with Hank Keller as alternate. ' The Lion linksmen beat Cornell last Spring during the EIGA matches, and went on to win the Middle Atlantic division title, bowing orily to Yale in the finals at New Haven. This season has been one of the best for th...

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

First National Bank Of State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Mortar Board Will Award 'Danny Draftee' At Drag Voting Continues Until Noon Today Victor of "Danny Draftee" voting which ends at noon today will be awarded by Lila A. Whoolery '43, Drag major general, at Draftee Drag to be held in the Armory from 9 o'clock to midnight tonight. Mortar Board, national senior women's honor society, and sponsors of the dance, will use the dance proceeds to increase scholnrship funds, stated Pauline Crossman, president. Danny Draftee Voting will continue at Student Union and the Corner Room until noon today, raid Miss Crossman. Senior BMOC's in final running are Robert L. Mawhinney, Campus clique chairman; David J. Mc-Aleer, senior class president; Bernard A. Plesser, Athletic Association president; and Charles H. Kidenour, Tribunal Head. Coeds and their draftees wil1 dance to the music of George P. Washko and his Campus Owls at the informal affair. Although the ...

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

112 Coeds Accept In Sorority Rushing Kappas Lead Pledging _samite. As 12 Receive Ribbons ' ! W « _> r CAUTIONS GREEKS—Pauline E. Keller '43, Panhellenic Council president,, reminds sorority women that a two week silent period is in effect for coeds who are still eligible for rushing. At the end of that time women may be pledged. Climaxing women's first Summer semester rushing season in College history, 14 national sororities informally pledged 112 coeds Sunday. Pauline E. Keller '43, Panhellenic Council president, reminds sororities that there will be a two week silent period for women still eligible for rushing. Coeds now wearing ribbons include 89 freshmen, 14 sophomores, 8 juniors, and 1 senior. Kappa Kappa Gamma leads the list with 12 women accepting bids. Sororities, their . ribbon colors, and pledges include: ALPHA CHI OMEGA Colors: red and green. Phyllis Parsons '44, Victoria Grace '45, Suzanne Sickler '45, and Freshmen Patricia Halberg, Betty Heacock, and Vi...

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