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

For A Satisfactory Service PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver _Avs. Phone 326 THE DALLY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to thto Penn State _Solleatiau eal-ablished 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887 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-rofflce at Stata- College, Pa., under the act o! March 8. 18 '79. • Editor -rtS_^_BSihs Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <sn _%_S_^s> Leonard E. Bach *43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South _Frailer 8t Phone 711 Phoue 4372 Editorial Staff—Women's Editor—Louise M. _Fuoss '43; Managing Editor—Herbert J. _Zukaushas '43; Sports Editor—Donald W. Davis '43; Assistant Managing Editor—Dominick Ij. Golab '43; Feature Editor—David Samuels "43; News Editor—James D. Olkcin '43; Assistant News Fditor—Robert E. fich...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 July 1942

This Space Is kail And Bones ribution To Proceeds For ARMY RELIEF $4.40 FOR FREEDOM • • • A ttend ont Weekend ctory

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

is Shake Out ' l' hnse Overalls For ? Saturday—July 2 5 HARVEST BALL . Daflcing-49-12 Rpr Ha 11 (tminl doupi Music Rv Cam-bus Oinh Music By Campus Owls _*1 .10 Per $1.10 Per Maryland Tops Lion Lacrossemen Ending the lacrosse season in a blaze, that is, a heat wave, the Lion stickmen dropped both decisions in the matches played over the weekend with Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland. South of the Mason-Dixon line, the temperature on Saturday ranged around the 95 degree marlc —this, coupled with a lack of substitutes, accounts for a great deal of the hard fight Nick Thiol's stickmen had on their hands. Charlie Henderson, Howie Hausner, Bill Piper, Bill Briner, Larry Faries, George Pittenger, Captain Jim Gotwals, Tom Mitchell, Sam Flenner, and Bob Koch started the game, while Stu Sussman, Stan Cohen, Dick Hemphill, Rocky Kern, Dick Rross, Al Sessler, Dick Schmidt, and Charlie Hauth saw action when the reserves were shoved into the breach. DU Scrambles Sec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 July 1942

New Amendment Defines Ex-Officio Membership An amendment defining ex-officio membership on All-College Cabinet . and Cabinet's taking over the student book exchange were the highlights of its meeting last night. Read for the first time last night the amendment stated, "The dean of men, the dean of women, and delegated representatives of any all-student- or student-faculty organization -approved by threefourths vote of all members of Cabinet shall be ex-officio members of Cabinet. Ex-officio members shall have no vote." The amendment arose from the recent controversy over PSCA's representation on Cabinet. If and when the amendment is adopted, action will be taken to make that organization an ex-officio member. Robert L. Mawhinney '43, Bernard A. Plesser '43, and George C. McWilliams '44 were appointed as a committee to investigate' the problem of starting the book exchange. Cabinet took over the exchange some time ago, but until now has done nothing about actual operation. In his...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 July 1942

FROMM'S CLEARANCE OF SHOES It's the chance of a Summertime . . . to buy the best looking, lon£» wearing shoes in town at" unbelievable prices! Hurraches - ¦ $1.95 Play Sandals $1.95 Spectators *• «* _SU5 Reg. $5 and $4.50 $3.45 Reg. $3.95 ..... . $2.39 LOAFERS ™ $2.95 One Lot Jarman's $y|.45 MEN'S WHITES . . • . ** - One Lot $£.95 Florsheims, Whites, Reg. $11 v FROAAJVv S Opposite Old Main, State College THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Eni-ablishcd 1940. Successor to thte Penn Stale Collesian, established 1004, and the Free Lance, established 1837. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during thi 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, Fa., under the act of March 8, 1879. Editor _^ =_ssefe_^ Bus. and _Adr. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 < *®ffi_^ s> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 July 1942

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 July 1942

For Three Cents At mi/UK NITTANY NEWS STAN99 the _sandwich mm Time To Shine I It's t* _^ It's Harvest Time! V_*_m fm You'll want to look your best at Harvest Ball in one of our stunning cool slack suits or one of our many cotton frocks. t • Size 9-15 • Size 12-44 • Half Sizes SMART SHOP S. Allen St SUMMER STUDENTS You Can Buy The Dailv Colleaian Greeks Decide On Ball Date Nittany Lion Inn has been reserved for the annual Panhel Ball which will be given Friday, August 7, it was announced at Panhellenic Council meeting last evening. Council voted to make the dance informal. Music for the dance, which is open to all sorority women, will be provided by the Nittany Lions, announced Betty Jane Haupt '43, social chairman. The number of coeds who accepted bids to join sororities was stated incorrectly in yesterday's Daily Collegian. Seventy-seven women, rather than 112 as _stated, accepted bids—one senior, four juniors, eleven sophomores, and sixty-one ...

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

Viewing The Draft College Plans Revision In Campus Recruiting Setup Late News Flashes... BERLIN—German officials announced the complete destruction of Red Armies defending Rostov. They also- claim to have reached the Don River on a wide front. WASHINGTON — ; S en a tor "Happy" Chandler asked the government for $50,000 to fly an investigation committee to Alaska to report the exact details of the situation to Congress. CAIRO—Control of the sky as well as the recapture of an important ridge from the army of General Rommell by British forces, were claimed by Allied headquarters last night. WASHINGTON — President Roosevelt called a conference of the nation's business and labor leaders- for the: purpose of establishing unity in the present" world struggle. MOSCOW—Admitting the desperate position of Russian forces along; the Don River valley, Russian_, sources, still claimed successful counter-attacks at -Voronezh, driving the Germans back several miles. WASHINGTON — The Senate farm...

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

OWEN GLENDOWER $5.00 Now $1.19 SELECT POEMS OF $3.50 Now $1.19 JOHN V. A. WEAVER Modern Library & Modern Library Giants Reduced THE COLLEGE BOOK STORE and RECORD SHOP 129 W. Beaver Ave BOOK SALE Profiles From _FHE NEW YORKER THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to _thte Penn Stale Collegian, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1837. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during tha regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered a9 second-class matter July 5, 1934 nt, the Post-oCEice at Stat« College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 1379. Editor ;>«raK Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <D ^^n> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South _Frar.ier 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 : ...

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

Don't Miss The Years Most INFORMAL Dance HARVEST BALL MUSIC BY CAMPUS OWLS SAT. JULY 25 DEC HALL DANCING 9-12 $1 10 Per Couple Election Of Harvest Queen At Student Union Desk Today HOT DOGS To grill or boil over your picnic fire, making your mouth water for their taste HAMBURGERS Fresh ground meat in patties FRESH CURE STEAKS Choice meals . . make ihem rare, medium, or well-done io sui vour iaste Make Cook's Market your headquarters for returning waste kitchen fats which are to be used for glycerine and other -war sunolies. COOK'S MARKET 115 S. Frazier Phone 731 Lions Determined To Win Remaining 3 Baseball Games Determined to put their three remaining scheduled games on the -winning side of the ledger, Penn State's baseballers continue to work out on the New Beaver field diamond, scene of baseball games, tomorrow and Saturday afternoons. After the heartbreaker loss at Cornell Saturday when the Lions were three runs ahead with two inning...

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

Rides Wanted RW—Philadelphia. Leave Friday afternoon. Call Jack Foreman, 2297. ltpd R. RW—New York City. Leave Friday noon. Call Ross, Bruce, or Art, 731. ltpd 23 C THESPIAN GLEE CLUB REVUE POPPIN BANZ-A- ATHLETIC EVENTS Proceeds For Army Relief Fund PUBLIC AUCTION Imported Pottery Copper Ware Also Small Domestic Rugs Friday. July 24 1:30 P. M JOSEPH SAYAH 143 S. Frazier St. Slate College E. M. Smith, Auctioneer rchestra LS 40 4 Per Couple Only 8 Days Left To Get Your Date For VICTORY WEEKEND JULY 31—AUG Featuring \I/ JOHN I FONTAINE _TMSMOVEMl also — On the Lighter Side . .. . BUGS BUNNY CARTOON "The Wacky Wabbit" Buy War Bonds, Stamps Here Tgnmm TODAY - FRI. - SAT OUT OF THE BOOK . . ON TO THE SCREEN! fWith all its violence . . . its tempestuous _> ardor, comes the romance of a _fcS^|- world ablaze _^_PJm from Eric _fc _jj2f Knight's tur-^_T bulent novell _^ _F_^_fc_» 5 Wis- ^.i. TYRONE POWER Four C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 July 1942

Late News Flashes... WASHINGTON — Senator George (Dem.-Ga.) voiced his protests against the administration's labor policy. He said that unless the policy were changed disastrous inflation would result. WASHINGTON — The FBI arrested 27 persons charging them with conspiracy to obstruct the nation's war effort. Among those arrested were Rev. Gerald Winrod and William Dudley Pelley_, head of the Silver Shirts. MOSCOW —The Soviet high command stated tonight that Russian troops are fighting savage defense , battles to stem the Germans before Rostov- The Red Air Torce, aided by Americanmade bombers, continued to blast German columns advancing to ward that city. Meanwhile Russian advances in the Voronezh sector continue. Russian officials admit that the situation is growing more desperate by the hour. CAIRO—British forces under General Auchinleck. supported by the RAF, have continued to push their lines forward in spite of stiff resistance. British officials admit that the operations ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 July 1942

The CORNER Unusual SALE We must make room for our New Department The painters and carpenters are working full .. therefore we are offer .. blast and need room . ing our regular stock at Drastic Reductions CHARLES' SHOP Allen St __ AFTER CLASS THEY'RE AT' THE DAILY COLLEGIAN J- "For A Better Penn State" _Established 1840. Successor to thte Penn State Collegian_, established 1S04, and the Free Lance, established 1837. Published dally except Sunday and Monday during thi reirular College year by the stuHenta of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July G, 1934 _nt the Post-ofCice at Stats College, Pa., under the act ot March 8. 1879. Editor _^rfdSXS&_hs Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <Bf ^^ !!B> Leonard E. Bach *43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 118-121 South Frailer St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 • . — ¦ —-—¦——— ~—• R8PRB_9BNTBD FOR NATIONAL _AOVERTISINO BY National Advertising Servi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 July 1942

v Only 7 Days Left To Get Your Date For ICTORY WEEKEND The Biggest Weekend In Penn State History At Your Service For Victory Weekend Come early and avoid rush Students let Us do your cleaning and laundry! We have prompt delivery service THE HILflND SHOP Coming-July 28 and 29 THE LITTLE FOXES" Presented on The Penn State Players Tickets 55c tax included Tickets now on Sale at Student Union DANCE SATURDAY NIGHTS 9-12 AT KISHACOQUILLOS PARK (Near Lewistown) With the College's Only Radio Band The Penh State Aristocrats Broadcast at 10:30 over WMftF Admission 50c ' Red Raiders To Clash With Lion Baseball, Golf Teams Here Today Net men Meet Colgate Today In First Match Of Weekend Twin Bill Still in guest of their initial intercollegiate victory of the Summer season, Coach Ted Roethke's varsity netmen will take to the courts against a heavily favored Colgate tennis squad at 4 p. m. today. The Lions were turned back by the same Colgate team i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 July 1942

_Iislen To Fred Waring's "Pleasure Time" Tonight For The Annoucement 01 This Year's HARVEST BALL QUEEN Tickets For The Ball At Student Union • Comfort Breakfast — Lunch — Dinner or a between meals drink or sundae REA & DERICK Inc AUen Street . - > Next to Bank Clock HELP WANTED Office experience unnecessary w Must be good (§|H at homework Hours, from 5 P. M until. 'P%_mm Plenty of opportunity for a mant with ideas Phone 3351 - 866 TRY Our Efficient _^ Thrifty LAUNDRY SERVICE Penn State Laundr y 320 W. Beaver Ave. Phone 3261 Sophomore Coed Signs To Ferry Planes By NANCY J. HODGSON '45 Answering a call issued by Wing Commander William L. Anderson of the Pennsylvania Civil Air Patrol Tuesday, Jesse E. Jones '45 was the only woman in 18 volunteers to sign up to ferry ships from Lock Haven to middle western training centers for the United States Army. 'Miss Jones is a member of the sophomore class but has not returned to school for the Sum...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 July 1942

LATE NEWS FLASHES I MOSCOW—The German offensive at Rostov continues with great ferocity, but the Russians are holding back the Nazi advance at the gates of the beseiged city. The Germans are reported pushing forth over the dead bodies of their comrades. Berlin has anannounced to the German people that Rostov has already fallen. LONDON—Talk of a second front has' gradually subsided in Great Britain, as the Royal Air Force prepares to intensify their mass bombings over enemy territory. WASHINGTON—American officials have stated that Japan will attack Russia within two to four weeks. The Japanese people have full faith in the campaign and believe that they will emerge the victors, it was reported by the Tokyo press. MESA METRUH — Allied and Nazi forces are digging in for an expected great battle. The only action on the desert front was the British and American bombing at Mesa Meiruh, when two thousand shells were dumped on Nazi troops and supply stations. YUGOSLAVIA — Italy bombed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 July 1942

Coming-July 28 and 29 THE little FOXES" Curtin_* Tuesday, 9 ©'Clock Wednesday, 8:30 Presented by The Penn Stole Players Tickets 55c tax included THE DALLY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Slate" Xfctablished 1040. Successor to thte Penn State _Collesrian, cnublishod 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1837. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during th« _regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Ctate _CoIIoko. Entered as second-class matter July B, 1934 nt the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act ot March 8. 1379. Editor ,^«gH3i>„ Bus - an( _* Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy *43 <Bi ^^'s,> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frailer St. Phone 711 Phoue 4372 Editorial Staff—Women's Editor—Louise M. Fuosa '43: Managing Editor—Herbert J. Zukauskas '43; Sports Editor—Donald W. Davia '43 : Assistant Managing Editor—Dominick Xj. Golab '43; Feature Editor—David Samuels '43; Ne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 July 1942

iwraswm sass-a ZZLZXZ el • • f For A rmy _Emergency R LCI July 3 Abb I WE ARE COOPERATING THE POST HOUSE THE NITTANY NEWS PORTER AND WEBER SMITH TAILOR SHOP P. A, (JACK) FROST the Stagecoach" At the sign of Paint Headquarters THE PENN STATE PHOTO SHOP SCHLOW'S - QUALITY SHOP KAYES KORNER Insurance Dairy Products The Ice-Cream Store L METZGER BOTTORF'S SHOE STORE THE HOTEL BEAUT! SHOP NITTANY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY THE GLENNLAND DAIRY LUNCH SMART SHOP FROMM'S STORE "For. Smart Wear" Opposite Old Main CAMPUS RESTAURANT KALIN'S DRESS SHOP HILLSIDE ICE AND _STORAGE COMPANY WARNER BROS. THEATRE CLEMSON MOTOR COMPANY McKEE'S MARKET GRAHAM AND SONS "Where the Athletes Meet' REA AND _DERfCK Fruits and Vegetables Next to the Bank Clock AMUEL F. CRABTREE KLINE SHOE REPAIR 153 So. Allen Street PAUL A MITTEN Stale College. Pa THE MUSIC ROOM) MARSHALL ELECTRIC STORE STATE COLLEGE DRY CL...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 July 1942

Just To Remind You There's Just Time Enough Clothes And Come To— To Grab Those Old HARVEST BALL MUSIC BY CAMPUS OWLS TONIGHT AT 9:0® REC HALL TICKETS AT STUDENT UNION $1.10 PER COUPLPE First National Bank Of State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Tuleya Hurls 3-1 Comeback Win Over Colgate Baseballers 2nd Battle Carded Here This Afternoon Nefmen Drop Second Tilt. To Colgate-, 3_%-5_% Last Call Sounded For Co-Rec Events Lion Golfers Defeat Colgate, 7-2 Matching the Colgate boys hole for hole in the early part _ot the rt.-, */5t .(,,, * »# Onr-a meet, the Lion golfers crept a- rraie/YUiy /\UCe head on the links yesterday to beat the Red Raiders 7-2, in a close match on the College course. Dick Stephens, co-captain, met and defeated Burke from Colgate i)i one of the tight matches ot the afternoon, one down. Whether the home course has anything to do with this pair's playing still remains to be seen since the game yesterday was...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 July 1942

_®ht iatlg W (_Bdlmmn TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 28, STATE COLLEGE, PA. VOL. 39—No. 44 OF THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE PRICE THREE CENTS Weske Leaves For Service; Recalls Pacifist Movement Campus organizer of Scabbard and Blade and Pershing Rifles, Capt. Jack Weske will leave for "Washington on August 1 after 13 years of service with the ROTC department at State. Captain Weske joined the army as a private at Fort Sheridan, 111., began his work at State College as a sergeant and gradually rose to the rank of captain. He has been active in the American Legion and Auxiliary Junior Drum and Bugle Corps, the Elks, and has taken part in numerous activities about the College. The captain will be detailed to the office of the Assistant Chief of Staff, G-4, Army War College, Washington, D. C. When interviewed yesterday, Captain Weske stated, "After you have been on the campus as long as I have, your memory is so flooded with pleasant recollections that it is hard to pick out one in part...

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