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

YOUR DATE WILL LIKE IT ctm The J CORNEA Unusual THE DALLY COLLEGIAN ~V "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. _Successor to thU Penn State Collegian, established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 18S7. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during th« regular College year by _fha students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as tfecond-elass matter July 5, 1984 at the Post-office at Stat* _CAUCUS. Pa., ender the act of March 8, 1879. Editor _<dSB5fo„ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <B^@ S>I> Leonard E. B»ch *43 _ >_i=OilW Evii_^.i.. ' "" Business Office Downtown Office -« Editorlarm_._^ | UM2t 8outh Frn,_iw 8t< Carnegie HR« -__-»^-. *,_u_~na iJ 72 _ Phone 711 " ~? Business Staff—Credit Manager—Philip Jaffe '48: _Clrcu. lotion Manager—Robert B. _Edgerly '48; Classified Advertis. ing Manager—Boy E. Barclay '43: Promotion Manager-Jack E. McCool '48; Senior Secretary—Frances A. Leiby 43; Women's Advertis...

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

Tough Rehearsals Loom For Booters Three weeks of hard practice sessions lie ahead for the 40 candidates for Penn State's varsity soccer team, according to Coach Bill Jeffrey. Even though most of the booters have three months of Summertime twilight rehearsals under their shin guards, Coach Bill stated that there's lots to be done toward shaping up a team for the opening game with Gettysburg, here, on October 3. Fall semester practices which began last week brought two veterans back for workouts. Lloyd Black, outside left, who saw some service last season and Bob Garrett, a move-up from last year's freshman squad, are the new recruits. Competing for the goalie job are Johnnie Struck and Bob Seavy while Allan Heck, Captain Hap Freeman and Bill Deitrich are all out for fullback. Halfback is the most closely contested spot with Boyd Edwards, who may be drafted in November, Sammy Schnure, Bob Fast, Bob Glouser, Max Chenoweth, Dick Westner and several sophomores battling for a varsit...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 September 1942

WANTED — Boy to share nice room and location $2.50 per week. Mrs. Noll, 352 E. College ave. Rides Wanted RW—Philadelphia, Leave Friday Call Schwartz 2084. 4t comp 15, 116, 17, 18S RW—Clearfield Thurs. morning. Call Scchwartz, 2084. 3t comp 15, 16, 17,S RW — Phila., Sat, Sept. 19. Call Smith, 3390. 2tpd 15,16 RW—New York City, leave noon Friday, Sept. 25. Call Ramsey, 4383. 2t pd. tw. FOR RENT—Single room for man Private bath, no other roomers Phone 3116. 2tpd9,llB LOST — Savings pass book. Near MT Building. Call Harold Hall 2340. ltpd 15 JM DISSATISFIED with you room? Upperclassman desire's techni- Q SubscribeNOW! A ft • Student Union • Collegian Office • Campus Solicitors THE DAILY COLLEGIAN * $1.75 (or Semester Remember—October 10 is the COLLEGIAN DANCE Music By-PENN STATE ARISTOCRATS Admission by Collegian Dance Ticket Only Frosh Mass Meeting To Explain WSGA Tufty Will Be Matrix Dinner Speaker New Women Reporter Covered Washington News Distingu...

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

College Awaits Instructions On Proposed Changes In AER Status Bulletin A special communication received last night from the American Council on Education, Washington, D. C, stated "Students in the Army Enlisted Reserve having less than a _satisfactory scholastic average will be called to active duty at the end of the present period . . . because of the necessary lapse of time in compiling grades ... students may not be called until the end of the next subsequent grading period." The letter made no reference to War Secretary Stimson's prediction of the railing of Army Reserves to active service upon reaching the age of 20. By BENJAMIN BAILEY Penn State, along with scores of other colleges participating in the Army Enlisted Reserve program, is still awaiting . official information from Washington on the expected change in status of college men now enlisted in the Army Reserve Corps. First inkling of the proposed change in policy was given to the public last Friday when Secretary...

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

FREE To All Subscribers Of THE DAILY COLLEGIAN The Annual COLLEGIAN BANC GET YOUR SUBSCRIPTION AND TICKET IN THE COLLEGIAN OFFICE CARNEGIE HALL—NOW _vk&^£#_w For The Well Dressed Collegian. A Widespread Collar, Oxford Cloth Shirt At $2-50 The Campus Choice In TIES SHOES ARGYLE SWEATERS and SOCKS KHTT1FC ' OJMII bJ Men's Shop We. _2Jne lA/onten bers may attend. ' urged to attend. Important meeting of Campus Meeting of Sophomore Bu '46 clique in IK) Home Ec. 7:30- Staff, men and women, in p. m. All first and second se- ard Bach's office, 4 p. m. mester freshmen urged to attend.' MISCELLANEOUS ' Candidates for Varsity Basket- A1_* seniors urged to visit ball report to Rec Hall, 6:30 p. m. Shop Thursday, Friday or i WRA bridge club meets at 6:45 day, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. to p. m., White Hall play room. All their La Vie photo and a( freshmen and old members are proofs. Why Can't Transfers Have Freshman Week? _t Freshman Week, or rather the few days devot...

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

Bomb 'Em Wit JUNK Eatland Grill and College Grill SEND YOUR JUNK "OYER THERE" TO BLAST THE AXIS New College Diner JUNK MAKES FIGHTING WEAPONS X)he Old Radiator=Seventeen .30 Cal. Rifles College Cut Rate COLLEGE AVE Send Your Scrap To Hitler VIA U. S. ARMY CORPS 50 lb. Scrap Iron A 100 lb. bomb DOTY & ELDER MUKfc THE SOWER NEEDS \ .» Victory Girl Heads Salvage Ceremony Today Tribunal Asks Frosh To Attend Program Riding _ciub invites College Awaits Students, College Staff I AER _ExplanafiOH All students and (Continued from Page One) lege administrative officials. George W. Ebert, superintendent of grounds and buildings, has arranged to have the cannon moved to in . front of the Central Extension building. Here a specially trained platoon of ROTC cadets under the direction of Lieutenant Colonel Joel D. Pomerine of the corps of infantry and Col. Ardery will load ¦ it onto a steam shovel trailer loaned by Neidigh Brothers Quarry. It ...

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

Plan Now For - F. BALL WEEEKEND OCTOBER 2-3 • DANCING FRIDAY NIGHT 10-2 • BUCKNELL FOOTBALL GAME M m V--.. :;-'' I ALSO Cartoon—"Foney Fables" "THE QUIZZ KIDS" "POULAR SCIENCE" Showing Kaiser's Shipyards! this is the loaf for you MORNING STAR. TRUWHEAT PURITY BREAD and TROPHY WINNER CAKE Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 7:00. 9:00 _te_23_i@^_i^)63S_^ • NOW SHOWING NEVIL SHUTE'S MIGHTY NOVEL OF TODAY! . _witl UJOOLUV amity jTTh_*M*n Who Cum to Dtonu") ROODy mcDOUJ ALL ("How Oiaon'Wtf'My Valley') mine _BflKTCR ("The Magnificent Amb«noiu!) •I.CairolHAlSH OtoPXEMNGER Varsity, Frosh Harriers Tune Up For Fall Season 3 Leffermen Return oLJr. _dSeniamin OFFICE HOURS Daily—9 to 12 a Evenings By 137 W. Beaver Ave. i I Stale College \ \ i 'Lion's Den' Pledges Total 79 Footballers Unmentioned in the fraternity pledging lists elsewhere in this paper, are the 19 pledges of the "Lion's Den"—the new football fraternity on the corner...

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

Late News Flashes... BASEBALL SCORES ~~ National League St. Louis 6, Boston 2 Brooklyn 10, Pittsburgh 3 Philadelphia 1, Chicago 1 Chicago 4, Philadelphia 1 Cincinnati 3, New York 1 American League New York 5, Detroit 1 Athletics 4, Chicago 2 St. Louis 3, Boston 0 . Cleveland 5, Washington 1 LONDON — The Trench armies in Madagascar have thrown down . -their guns and asked Britain for an armistice, according to the London radio. The British have not yet issued an answer. ILLINOIS — A New York Central passenger train crashed into a string of rolling cars yesterday killing four railroad employees. The railroad company stated that the accident was due to the faulty operation of an automatic switch. WASHINGTON — Price Administrator Henderson stated that there would be cold homes in the . thirty eastern and central states where the rationing of fuel oil would go into effect. He advised all home owners to convert to coal and improve the efficiency of their heating systems. Teddy Powel...

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

FREE! To All Subscribers Of THE DAILY COLLEGIAN The Tenth Annual COLLEGIAN DANCE GET YOUR SUBSCRIPTION AND TICKET IN THE COLLEGIAN OFFICE CARNEGIE HALL—NOW MORN1NGSTAR BREAD Morningsiar Bread is fine for every purpose. It makes sandwiches that are pleasing in laste and at ihe same lime nourishing. And if you want crisp toast that fairly melts in your mouth this is the loaf for you. MORNING STAR, TRUWHEAT PURITY BREAD and TROPHY WINNER CAKE THE DALLY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Slate" Established 1940. Succeiwor to thU Penn State _Sollestan. established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 18S7. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during th« regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class natter July 5, 1934 at the Post-office at Stat« College. Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879. Editor _-_^S&&k> Bu,< ond Adv* M9r* Gordon Coy *43 _^_JSff_^ Leonard E. Bach '43 ¦ Editorial and Busine...

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

FOR YOUR TEXT BOOKS V USED & NEW ALL COLLEGE COURSES _uAr Artists \_y_* Supplies Drawing Materials Rental Library College Supplies ¥ * COATS - from 12.95 SLACKS - - 3.95 Jarman SHOES - - 5.50 FROMM'S Opposite Old Mam Slate College E AND EVERYTHING From Head to Foot for That Smart Fall Outfit i i I\ •I m » »? Frosh X Country Squad Smallest In Recent Years The smallest freshman crosscountry squad in recent years reported this week to Coach Chick Werner. A group of 18 men opened preparations for the three-meet schedule. Recruiting for the team is still going on as only light workouts for the candidates will be in order for the next week or ten days. Compared to the last ten years . when 5 to 100 frosh reported for the harrier trials every year, this squad is meager. About half of the treshmen reporting have had no running experience before coming out for the sport, Werner revealed. Most of the others have on...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 September 1942

For Everything Electrical.. SEE ELECT RIC SUPPLY • Study Lamps • Record Players • Radio Repairs • Records • Supplies Getting A Good Shave? Trade your old razor for a ' new Electric Shaver . . . The supply is limited! ELECTRIC SUF PLY COMPANY 116 S. Allen St. Phone 2062 State College See Us Far • ALL • YOUR • PRINTING • NEEDS Nittainf Printing - Publishing Co. 119 S. Frazier St. Dial 4868 Club Caller Adele J. Levin '44, WRA activities chairman, announced meeting time and places of the 11 WRA Clubs, yesterday. Nutrition Council Meets Tomorrow; Drummbnd Heads Committees Several members of the home economics staff will attend the Pennsylvania Nutrition Council meeting in Harrisburg, September 18 and 19 * . The Council is interested in the problem of better nutrition throughout the state in relation to national defense, and will discuss this topic at the meeting. Dr. Laura W. Drummond, director and professor of home economics, has been council chairman for...

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

Cabinet Clamps Down On Student Activities Plan Concerns Meeting Times, Coed Hours. '44 Prom, Dance Decorations Collegian Announces For Clubs And Service Climaxing the subscription drive for this semester with two important announcements, the Daily Collegian yesterday published rates for service men, and for club subscriptions. On the Service Front, The Daily Collegian has reduced the rates for men in the armed forces to $1.25, which includes postage and mailing. Individual subscriptions may be bought from solicitors or at the Collegian, off ice in Carnegie Hall. N In addition to individual subscriptions, a committee has been appointed to contact organizations and to make a drive for individual contributions for a fund to send The DElily Collegian to camps where there are Penn State men. First step in the subscriptions for the service men was taken when the Old Main Open House Committee announced that it would pledge all of the profits _. . Subscription Plan Men At Reduced Ra...

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

NIGHT FOOTBALL STATE COLLEGE HIGH Vs BELLEFONTE HIGH Friday, Sept. 18 At 8:00 P. M HIGH SCHOfOL STADIUM STATE COLLEGE, PA Admissions: $.55 and $.80 Tax Inc NONE CAN COMPARE ,i_<Tiwrir & The CORNER Unusual v\J e, ZJhe lAJomen Glamour Ain't All— J Brains Still Help Just as World War II has made the last war look like a high school football frolic, so this season's sorority rushing has made that of past years' appear as harmless as first-grade children squabbling on a playground. The fault of this season's rushing is not obvious. On the surface, things are smooth: the code has not been violated. • Underneath, things are plenty rough. We don't mean the incessant coke dates nor the tiresome- conversations—they're to' be accepted and tolerated. We mean the criteria by which rushees are being judged. With 500 freshmen and 142 transfers from which to choose, houses can afford to be fussy. As a- result, false standards have been adopted. It used t...

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

WM CAMPUS OWLS The Traditional Campus Band" • Vocals by Betty Piatt • The Owl Octet AVAILABLE FOR BOOKING DATES STILL OPEN GEORGE WASHKO, Mgi 501 S. Allen Si. IN THE FALL SEMESTER * phone 3331 Bordo Elected To Head Gymnasts This Year Louis J. Bordo '43 will captain the gym team for the 1943 season, according to the report released by Gene Wettstone, gymnasts coach after elections yesterday afternoon. The elections, which had heretofore been held during the first semester of the school year were postponed until the return of students not attending the Summer semester. Bordo has a long string of gymnastic achievements to his credit and starred successively in gym meets" held in the past few years. At the annual championship tournament held last year to ascertain the leading gymnasts of the season, he ,won the Eastern Intercollegiate parallel bars championship. Owner Renames Car (Continued from Page One) car' into the pile. Walking by the salvage pile to an eight o...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 September 1942

FREE To All Subscribers Of TIE DAILY COLLEGIAN The Tenth Annual _COUEGMN DANCE GET YOUR SUBSCRIPTION AND TICKET IN THE COLLEGIAN OFFICE CARNEGIE HALL—NOW V SubscribeNOW! A >'b Student Union • Collegian Office • Campus Solicitors THE DAILY COLLEGIAN $1.75 for Semester Remember—Octoier 10 is the COLLEGIAN DANCE Music By-PENN STATE ARISTOCRAT Admission by Collegian Dance Ticket Only Cabinet Approves Election Codes * * * Complete election codes for both the freshman and the special junior political contests were approved by All-College Cabinet last wight. The codes, released by Donald W. Davis '43, Election Committee chairman, follow: xnESHMAN ELECTION CODE ARTICLE I ! Time of Voting Voting will extend from 9 a. m. _io 8 p. m. Friday, October 9. The polls will be open through the lunch and dinner hours. ARTICLE II Place of Voting : Elections will be held in first floor lounge Old Main or the Armory, to be decided at a later date. ARTICLE III El...

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

Student Opinion Even On Cabinet's Activity Policy Curfew, Prom Changes Argued; Coeds Irked Student opinion appeared well divided on All-College Cabinet's Thursday night action cutting down on student activities, according to an informal Daily Collegian survey of the students affected. Cabinet voted to set an 8:30 p. m. curfew for student activities and to ban contracted decorations and programs from big class dances. The adopted policy also sent recommendations to Student Union Board to move the date of Junior Prom to next semester and advised WSGA Senate to make certain revisions in coed hours. Concerning the 8:30 p. in. curfew, Herbert J. Zukauskas '43 was of the opinion that this would have no effect unless some program beneficial to-the war effort was substituted to occupy the sludents' time after the deadline on activities. He stated, "You can't change student study habits and unless civilian defense courses, military training, or some other defense activity is substitute...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 September 1942

First National Bank Of , State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Peon Stale" Kstablished 1940. Successor to tht« Penn State Collegian, established 1904, and the Free I_*ance. established 1887. Published dally except Sunday and Monday during th« regular College year by tb* students of The Pennsylvania Qtate College. Entered as aecond-elass matter July 5, 1934 at the Post-office at State College. Pa., under the act ol March 8, 1879. • Editor ¦^aSSh_^ Bui. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Cor'43 _^VlBBr* Leonard E_. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Otftoa Downtown 0«I?» . ¦ Carneeia Ball 119-121 South Frailer St. Phone 711 _fhone 4»78 Business Staff—Cr«_dU Manager—PWlIoJaffJ MS: _Ctaro. latfon Manager—Robert E. Edgerly *4»: Classified Advertft. Us Manager—Roy B. Barclay *4»j _Promotion »»n?*_wX" Jack E. McCool MS; Senior _Bter_^rr—^^^ A.h»a» Mi Women'a _Advertising MaaagePr-Sara, L. Miller *>* -**«•» ant Women's Advertising Mana...

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

GET THAT DATE TONIGHT FUR OCTOBER 2nd ILMTERFRATE UNITY BALL For Lovelier Tomorrows PA ~* _< MISS ASH: ELMO REPRESENTATIVE .. brings you two money saving specials. Offered during her visit only. 2.25 VALUE ELMO INTRODUCTORY SET FOR 1.00 Generous Sized Packages of Margo Pace Powder. Ralo Lotion. Ultrae Cleansing Cream and Texture Cream. $2.25 Size Elmo Special Formulae Cream $1.00 Lions, Dukes Scrimmage Today; A A Board To Rule On Freshmen hath Tub Melodies Create Sensation; Leyden 42 Organizes Cadet Glee Club Naval aviation cadets at the Chapel Hill, N. C._» Pre-Flight school now have a glee club, and all because a former Penn State student, James" A. Leyden '42, was overheard singing in thte bath tub. After a workout at rough and tumble wrestling one afternoon in August, Jimmy, a former Glee club singer at - the College, - began humming a tune and putting in the words. In almost no-time he was surrounded by other . Penn State Glee Club alumni who ...

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

siofBllKfteliliGitl •v: y.-".'.v-.r*;«m:t!itv-e:>i\ ~ Men with w\&&:fflamen of wa Men with _wiiraferJVyjq. rnein of _Wa' rff". i i m _s 51 _s iik ROBERT STACK DIANA BARRYMORE JON HAIL EDDIE ALBERT NIGEL BRUCE EVELYN ANKERS LEIF ERIKSOM ¦JOHN LODER EDGAR BARRIER ISOBEt EtSOW Special Offers! CLUB PLAN $2.75 For Five Subscriptions. A Savings Of One Dollar. SERVICE PLAN For Men In The Armed Forces Of The U. S. For One Subscription, $1.25, Including Postage and Mailing. The DAILY COLLEGIAN Tickets To The Collegian Dance For Last Semester's Subscribers Are Available At The Collegian Office. .. _S5_Ha58^©®G3£ ho'ws!"Ar-Mfcj-0_S)O7:'7:OO; 9:00 _^.T.ODA_^I_^NrVtutS.'_' FREE! To Aii Subscribers Of THE DAILY COLLEGIAN The Tenth Annual COLLEGIAN DANCE GET YOUR SUBSCRIPTION AND TICKET IN THE COLLEGIAN OFFICE CARNEGIE HALL—NOW WHAT; HAPPENS WHEN A WOMAN DENIES _^ LOVE?* JH W&m_&Wffl_* ""'¦CW Power...

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

Student Opera Ticket Sale Set, For Next Tuesda Ait Students to Pay Fees In Armory On Sent 24. 25 40 Ag Students Make Honor Roll In Summer Term Forty students in the School of Agriculture have been named to the School's honor roll as a result of their Summer semester rverages, according to Stephenson W. Fletcher, Ag School dean. The members of the honor roll, who attained an average of 2.5 or better, 'are Walter C. Applegate, Elizabeth A. Bannister, Helen H. Barr, Geraldine N. Billen, Elizabeth Jane Billett, C. H. Blittersdorf. Elwobd H. Borger, Fred C. Capuder, G. E. Coutts, Joseph, G. Featro, Ruth S. Freitag, William R. Gill, Rose A. Gillespie, C. E. Gundlach, William B. Hastings, William J. Heinbaugh, Archibald M. Hyson, _Margaret M. Kilgore, Paul B. Kriss, Paul J.Kutz, Irvin H.'Lepow. Martha E. McCormick, Martin L. Miller, _Robert " J. Miller, Richard "_Naildiy Charles M. Onis, Willis E. Parnell,-Jack E. Paulhamus, David Robertson, William Sacks, Sam P. Scicchitori, Leste...

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