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

2> vJSenlamin oL. Optometrist _^Aflexandet Hours for Examination of Eyes 9 to 12 A. M 1 to 5 P. M. Evenings by Appointment 402 E. College Ave. Pnone 4875 THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Belter Penn State" _Established 1940. Successor to thte Penn Stale Collegian, 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 Qlato CollcKe. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 nt the Post-office at Stats College, Fa., under the act of March 8, 1879. Editor „«_sgiSfcw_. Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <s*_%8_^ Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frailer St Phone 711 Phone «72 Member _Associated _Golleftiate Press Distributor of _Cblleftiale Di6est y—_. ... i . ..... .. _. —I — _HKPneSENTBO FOR national advertising by _National Advertising Service, Inf, . « College Publishers Represenlalite •' 420...

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

Printing For AH Occasions # Dance Programs #_> Letterheads •#_> Show Cards _<#_> Circulars _<#_> Fraternity Papers NITTANY Printing & Publishing Co. 119 South Frazier St. Dial 4868 ANNOUNCING The Balfour Jewelry Office NOW LOCATED n MAIN FLOOR Charles Shop. 109 S. Allen Si 'Higgins May Go To Army In Fall-1 Reporters Told If the Army gives the go-ahead signal and provided Mrs. Higgins relents, Coach Bob Higgins may wind-up in the military service of the U.S. this Fall without having seen in action Dave Alston, considered by the "Hig" as the greatest football player under his tutelage during his long tenure as head coach at the College. , "The Hig," who was in Pittsburgh over the weekend to conduct the annual convention of the Eightieth Division, in which he was a Captain during World War I , told reporters that he first; offered his services to the Army last January, shortly after the Japanese attack on Pearl H...

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

• SHORT SPEECHES Candidates For Business and Editorial Staffs Are Invited _^j/redhmen II lllen _^_rnd _l/Uomen ATTEND THE ANNUAL SMOKER OF _^Jhe oUailu L_^olieaian WED. AUG. 12 7P.M DELTA CHI • DANCING • REFRESHMENTS IA/e. ZJne Women Penn State Coeds To Enlist ready sent for enlistment applications to the Womens Army Auxiliary Corps. With headquarters at Fort Des Moines, Iowa, the WAACs are training women to release men for fighting. Enrollment is expected to reach 25,000 in the near future W^~: :'_-\ % 3 a Several Penn State coeds have al the Army itself, women will re- plans for next semester place soldiers as typists, telephone — operators, and workers in other forms of communications, clerks, laboratory technicians, librarians, dieticians, etc. Make-up is to be modest and although there is no rule forbidding it, Army tradition is against officers socializing with privates. WAACS APPEAL TO COEDS There are already several Penn State coe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 August 1942

College Calendar In compliance with a request by the Senate Committee on Calendar, The Daily Collegian is reprinting the following revision of the College calendar for the Fall semester. The revision includes recent changes in the dates for the payment of fees. Sept. 7. Mon. 8 a. hi. -Freshman Week Begins Sept. 9-10, Wed.-Thurs. Fall semester registration Sept. 10, Thur., 1:10 Fall semester classes begin Sept. 24-25, Thur.-Fri. Payment of fees Oct. 24, Sat. Alumni Homecoming Day Oct. 31. Sat., 12 noon • Midsemester below-grade reports Nov. 25, Wed., 5 p. m. Thanksgiving recess begins Nov. 27,_^1-1., 8 a. m. Thanksgiving recess ends Dec. 17. Thur. Fall semester graduation Dec. 19, Sat., 11:50 a. m. Fall semester ends ition Today; Hefze! To Gel Report By Noon Postponed by an administrative tie-up, final action on the question of who will occupy the men's dormitories with the opening of the Fall semester has been held up another day. According to Samuel K. Hostetter, assist...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 August 1942

• DANCING • REFRESHMENTS • SHORT SPEECHES Candidates For Business and Editorial Staffs Are Invited TONIGHT FRESHMAN MEN AND WOMEN ATTEND THE ANNUAL SMOKER OF _^_Jlte oLJclIIu ( _^oileaian WED. AUG. 12 7P 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 daily except Sunday and Monday during thi regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Stale College. Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1934 nt the Post-office at Stat* College, Pa., under the act oi March 8, 1879. Editor ^&B8ti_~ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 "_^_BilP* Leonard E. Bach *43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-ltl South Frailer St Phone 711 Phone 4872 Managing Editor This Issue Fred E. Clever News Editor This Issue _. Robert T. Kimmel Women's Editor This Issue Helen R. Keefauvei Assistant News Editor Adololi L. Belser Advertising M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 August 1942

Don t Miss The Last Round-up of the Season PRAIRIE PROM SAT. AUG. HizjCJ JrlALL 15 CAMPUS OWLS DANCING 9-12 COUPLE-1.10 INFORMAL Cool Off At The "A csoft DRINKS AND ICE CREAM ALSO CANDIES CIGARETTES MAGAZINES CIGARS PIPES NEWSPAPERS Graham & Son WHERE THE ATHLETES MEET Canal St. Firehouse Crushes Phi Delta Theta in 18-6 Win Borsa Fans 11 Delts In Initial Series Win It was a long walk home for Phi Delta Theta last night. The highly heralded battle between Phi Delt power and Canal St. pitching turned itself into a one team exhibition—on the mound, at bat, and in the field—as Art Borsa led the Canal St. Firehouse to an easy 18-6 .triumph oyer Phi Delta Theta in the first of their three game series on the golf course field. It was a humiliating defeat for the fraternity champions who had slugged their way through a Summer season with only a single defeat and entered last night's fray on no worse than even odds with the Independent title holders. Wit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 August 1942

Summer _Jsd / lot K_Jver tjet _^liil f_^tentu o f l/l/arm Weatnev_^rneaa Ti_^ff You can probably use one or two cottons to a^^mm\ see you through the rest of August and |KfJ% | _w| /V September. There are still some cool, cute, I _Veilli_^' practical cottons left . fjBA ¦ You'll Find A SMART SHOP S. ALLEN ST /J_^ jo You're going to flunk again? _^_C f_^f That's bad. We'llfind a tutor 1P_^ thru a want ad. If you want to buy, sell or find something, use the Collegian Classifieds and get quick results TO PLACE A WANT AD DIAL 711 AND ASK FOR _^Jke oDailu L_^oilealan now uF^^^_WiS_^_FS"^ Buy w SHOWING ' _^_Ji WLm M =_Jj Stamps and ^^_MHHHHHHPRHHHHR_9_' Bonds Here BLONDIE ENLISTS FOR THE DURATION OF DAGWOOD'S PATIENCE ! s«.« PENNY ARTHUR SINGLETON • LAKE Larry Simms • Daisy and "Cookie" in maim _fOZWCTOM •SS3 UUe_, ZJlie lA/omen 450 Coeds Need Unified Orientation When 450 new coeds enter the College this Fall, we'll need more orientation fo...

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

Women Take Over Men's Dormitories . Women Take Over. Put Daily Collegian To Bed Issue Initiates Coming Regime Hetzel Explains Sandwich Shop May Be New Frosh Dining Hall By LOUISE M. FUOSS Women's Editor Traditionally, this column in the women's issue is devoted to a declaration of one day's independence, interspersed with tales of the incessant fight over space. Although we like to admit that any good Daily Collegian woman sees that her story, gets printed by methods as diversified as dating the editor or kicking his shins, we feel that any statement of independence would be out of place at this time. .The time we referred to is not merely this issue with its lighthearted parodies but the tomorrows when this nation will still be at war. Underneath our "Silliness is a serious realization that women will be filling men's places—not just for a day but for the duration or longer. Already women, recognizing their new power and responsibilities, have become more independent,...

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

END OF SEMESTER SUPPLIES TYPING PADS THESIS & TERM PAPER SUPPLIES TYPEWRITER RIBBONS CARBON PAPER REVIEW BOOKS ON ALL COLLEGE SUJECTS ALWAYS—TRADE AT KEELER'S Cathaum Theatre Bldg THE DALLY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" _Bitnblishcd 1940. Successor to thte Penn State Collegian, established 1904, end the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during th« regular College year by the _students of The Pennsylvania Dtato College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 at the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8. 1879. BOARD OF STRATEGY COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF ..LOUISE M. FUOSS MAJOR GENERAL KATHRYN M. POPP MAJOR GENERAL EDITH L. SMITH LIEUTENANT GENERAL .... EMILY L. FUNK COMBAT PATROL—COLONELS SALLY L. HIRSCHBERG, JANE H. MURPHY. HELEN R. KEEFAUVER. MARY J. WINTER. INFANTRY—1ST CLASS PRIVATES BIT A BELFONTI. NANCY HODGSON, LUCILLE BELL, HELEN McCLEARY. LYNN FELDMAN. MARY MALNAR. ANN FISHER, JOAN PIOLLE...

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

( j % _. You're going to flunk again? 5*5 That's bad. We'll find a tutor _^y/ *_Q_^ thru a want ad. If you wani to buy, sell, or find something, use the Collegian Classifieds and get quick results TO PLACE A W ANT AD DAL 7 AND ASK FOR L_^oilealan Jhe &&aiiu Firemen, Phi Dells Clash Tonight In 2nd All-College Mushball Game Davis Fraternity Men Prefer Not To Predict Ht (It * By ALICE R. FOX '45 In a mighty battle between the Canal Street Firehouse and the Sports Editor's fraternity, Phi Delta Theta, mushball boys, scheduled for the golf course at 6:15 tonight, it might be decided which team will have its picture printed in The Daily Collegian. We say it might be decided because this game, which is called mushball because it is played with what is a soft ball compared to a baseball, is the second in a series of three of which the hose men won the first. If they win the second there will be only one left which even if it were played and the Phi De...

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

CECIL B. _DeMILU says; * Ma _*rtta*tl_& *& -tRe <jfetfl_&TCctoT lv£ _svw _wwfeed untC ./# 9jj_^ tion picture ii_^ o_^l ylS_^re_« " asThe _actotfTS_] Oft! it. And now that 'REAP . THE WILD WIND; is finished, I want to express my appreciations every member of the cast. %% _^ *'In all of my thirty years of movie-making I have! h never worked with such a group of talented and in-) spired performers. They actually lived their roles . _- .-n brought to vivid life the colorful characters_of. America's most colorful era. _^'To Ray _MUland, John Wayne, Paulette Gocldar_^ Raymond Massey, Lynne Overman, Robert Prestonj_, Susan Hayward, Charles Bickford, Walter Hampden; Martha O'Driscoll, Janet Beecher and the thousands more whose names are not publicized but whose per* formances are invaluable . . . my sincere thanks and! appreciation for your aid _injnaking 'REAP..THEJ ¦y.-Jv. B _? i I is* vWILD WIND' »_t _*_0* _^ ...

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

Last Open House Freshman Week Schedule ¦Sum l"cl»des3MassMeetin8 s Vic Dimeo's Solid Seven will give an hour program of dance music in the lobby at the final Old Main Open House of the Summer semester, starting at 7 tonight. In addition to the band, an All-College Ping Pong tournament will highlight the season's finale, Gerald B. Maxell Stein '44, QMOH chairman, said last night in releasing complete details of the program. Faculty members" as well as students are invited to spend "A Night in New York." Based on this theme, the entire Open House will try to create a cosmopolitan atmosphere by giving names • of New York hot spots, theaters and sports centers to the fourth floor game room, the Little Theater, Old Main Tower and other places. Defense stamps, presented by George _DonovSn, Student Union manager, will be awarded winners of the Ping-Pong tournament. All matches, except the finals, will be played in "Madison Square Garden" on the fourth floor. • In order to accomodate a ...

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

11 11 3L- | | f_^adtni Onol Beside the Allen crest II I I FOR WARM AFTERNOONS II efreshin 11 II THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Baiter Penn State" Established. 1940. Successor to thte Pedis State Collegian, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during tht regular College year by the students of -The Pennsylvania Otato College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 at the Post-office at Stats College, Fa., ender the act of March 8, 1879. Editor -sSSErv_. Bus< and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <D_«8_^n> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frailer St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Managing Editor This Issue Robert T. KImmel News Editor This Issue _, Mark I. DavidofE Assistant News TCditur Bill Itcimcr Women's Editor This Issue Jane H. Muipny Graduate Counselor Louis H. Beli Friday, August 14, 1942 Who's Doing The Work While a majority of stude...

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

s IF YOU HAVEN'T FOUND IT THEICOLLEGIAN WILL • If you want fo buy, sell, or fmd something, use the Collegian Classifieds and gef quick results. TO PLACE A WANT AD DIAL 7 AND ASK FOR J he <=*D aiiu (^oiiea ia n Firehouse Clinches All-College Softball Crown Top Phi Delta Theta For Second Time, 14-4 Borsa Allows Five Hits, Strikes Out Seven John Patrick Joins SmaltzOn Ney land_^s Army Football Squad Johnny Patrick yesterday became the second ex-Lion football start to join forces with Colonel Bob Neyland and his Eastern All-Army grid squad at their New Haven, Conn., training site. Patrick, star quarterback on Bob Higgins' 1940 squad, joined passtossing Bill Smaltz, who is fighting it out for the starting fullback spot with Norm Standlee, former Stanford Indian and Chicago Bear star. Winner of the Maxwell Trophy, and All-State quarterback during his undergraduate days, Patrick spent last season at the blocking back post of the Pittsburgh Steel ers. A member Of ...

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

CURLEY COLORTONE COSMETIC STOCKINGS * _famBa_^_WB^^^B s_^_BSBBa_^J?! 2 Beautiful Shades Suntan & Brunette nAA Jar _B've * yot llll up to .50 pair ¦VV _of shecr-lopkint simulated hose • Easy to Apply <_# • Will Not Streak | S • WaterprooC Wmi • Harmless *&_$ • Covers Blem- |ES ishcs IM fiR&_fon&_lNSGwQE Obstacles Aid Trim Figures ficatipns, contact the U. S. Civil Service Commission, Washington, Phi Mu pledged Betty Lou Dun or post office authorities. mire '46 yesterday. Reducing machines have had their day; coeds who have overindulged in ice cream this Summer should take to the great outdoors and follow the lead of the men. Circling through the wooded section behind and beside Recreation Hall, the physical education department is in the process of construction an obstacle course to condition men for dug-out and barbed-wire drill fpr the rigors of Army life. Stretching for 175 yards, the course includes hurdles, horizontal ladd...

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

Campus Leaders Will Meet To Hear Prexy Petitioned by an All-College Cabinet committee, President Ralph D. Hetzel has consented to address campus leaders in 121 Sparks at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Donald W. Davis Jr. '43, in charge of the event, announced last night. Davis said the purpose of the session is to have the president explain to the BMOC's and BWOC's problems which the administration is facing. Since the meeting will be informal, it is expected much of the time will be taken up with questions from the organization heads. Those who are invited to attend are fraternity, sorority and independent unit presi- — = dents; members of the All-College cabinet, Woman's Student Government Association, Tribunal, presidents of hat societies and heads of women's active honoraries, presidents of the Penn ¦ State Club and Philotes, members of the junior and senior boards of The Daily Collegian, and editors of publications. Jerome H. Blakeslee '43, All-College president, is working with D...

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

First National Bank Of State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation }pf- REFRESHING -.. For downright goodness - - - there s nothing like a tall, cool drink, designed to take the heat out of Summer. Have ours, once and you'll have one often ! ! You'll enjoy our food — we serve you or you serve youi'self .. . # Breakfast _q Luncheons # Dinners ft Fountain Service I Try Our Post House Frankfurters _^Jhe f_^ odt _^ hroude At the Sign of the Stagecoach THE DALLY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to thte Penn 'State Collegian_, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 183T. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during th< regular College year by the Undents of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered aa second-class matter July 5, 1934 at the Post-office at _Stata College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879. / ^^^^ Editor _^daB5f _cv_» Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy *43 <B ^^S> Leonard E...

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

NEW WORK Let "Mel" Do It! 113 S. Atherlon Dial 2214 See Us For • ALL • YOUR • PRINTING • NEEDS _Nittuny Printing - Publishing Co 119 S. Frazier St. Dial 4868 Louise A Lambert Beautician 0. E. Maelhorn PLUMBING and HEATING REPAIRING and YOUGEL'S (State • Theatre Bldg.) "We Pack the Pieces You Choose to Eat* in Fresh Chocolates and Summer Candies fe Salted Nuts • 5c Bars • Soft Drinks- • Pretzels • College Ice Cream • Pipes • Magazines • Newspapers • Tobaccos • Potato Chips Printing Co 113 E. Beaver State College, Pa SEE OUR SELECTION OF • RECORDS • RADIOS New Paints Wall Papers Linoleum Estimates Cheerfully Given DIAL 2793 123 S. Frazier The Music Room (In the Glennland Bldg.) INVITES YOU TO COME IN Porter and Weber Beautify Your Home With • COMPETENT • PROMPT • SERVICE On All Your Printing Needs Pugh Street Radio Service Service on all makes of radios hacked by years of experience 109 S. Pugh St. Dial 2646 For that Midn...

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

STARTS MONDAY PLAYING ONE WEEK e What They Say • "A great picture that photogr ->hs the inner meaning, instea. of the outward realism, o£ World War II." Time Magazine Annnouncing— The Motion Picture That Has ^^-_"_-^" v Not Raised A Dissenting Voice /^^^^^^^\ Among The Critics ! ! "Packs more emotional wallop than any other fictional war film to date." Life Magazine "A great film. It will lift us up again to even greater ideals and more splendid purposes." Lord Beaverbrook "Drama at its best. The most eloquent portrayals yet of Britain's trial by fire." Walter _Winchell "Will rank among the few great pictures of the year." Leonard Lyons _\ //muim Feature Showing 1:30, 3:50, 7:00, 9:20 "It is one of the best pictures I have even seen." William Lyon Phelps with Teresa WRIGHT • Dame May WHITTY * MRIta_.aaLOWYN-MAVtR _FicrtMi "Perhaps It is too soon to call this one of the greatest motion _fiict ures ever made; certainly it s the finest film yet made ab...

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

Late News MOSCOW—Russian authorities report a meeting of all important Allied strategists in Moscow. British General Wavell, General Brook, American General -Maxwell, and Prime Minister Churchill were told of Russia's position and attempted to work out plans for the United Nations. Unofficial sources have it that the plans include offences not only in Europe but also in the Far East. Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek was kept in contact with the meeting by telephone. This meeting breaks precedent for it is the first time that a British Prime Minister has visited Russia while in office. SOLOMON ISLANDS — The battle is still raging with new gains consolidated by the Marines. The Japs tried to intercept a night landing force on the eight and ninth of this month, but were successfully beaten off. Naval authorities report the destruction of 36 enemy planes', including ' 18 land and 18 sea planes. The Japs, however,, still hold the interior (Continued on Page Two) ' Alston's Death Dav...

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