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

Meat Hints Try Our Quality. SAUSAGES Fresh pork sausages country style to make . - the mouth water at their goodness. Try them. Made of choice meats. - SCRAPPLE Here's a fine dish for that autumn meal,' tasty scrapple made of; excellent meats. FISH Get some variety in your meals. Try Cook's fresh fish for different, and health-building meals. • Cube Steaks • Hamburgers • Frankfurters COOK'S MARKET 115 S. Frazier Si Phone 791 <S y _f _ip oid liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiii It is sincerely hoped by this columnist that Mr. Donald W. (Curfew) Davis is caught unawares by his own Frankenstein. The Declaration 'of Independence gives us the right to the pursuit of happiness. Ah, patriotism, what sins are committed in thy name. Lend A Helping Hand This poem was given to us by our own Bob Kimmel who in turn received from a coed. For obvious reasons she does not want her name revealed. I...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 September 1942

Pitt Twin Bill (Continued from Page One) group to request the eligibility of freshmen on varsity squads, Football Coach Bob Higgins stated, "We haven't tried to keep our boys out of the army. Some wanted to go, and we felt that they should go if they wanted to. This may be our last season and we want it to be a good one." "Because freshmen will now be eligible for varsity competition," Fleming stated yesterday, "we will do away with all freshman team schedules and substitute games on a junior varsity, or B team, basis. "In no way," Fleming pointed out, "does the suspension of the year.-in-residence rule affect transfer students." They must still spend one year on campus before they will be eligible for any type of intercollegiate competition. A revamped junior varsityfreshman football schedule will find the "Little Lions" pitted against jayvee teams from Cornell, at home, October 10; Pitt, at home, October 17; Colgate, at home, October 24; and Navy, at Annapolis, October 30. A...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 September 1942

Some Like It Hot Ml Others Like It Sweet and Smooth Dance to George Earnshaw s NITTANY LIONS ORCHESTRA Featuring Jerry Smith (New Singing Sensation) Bookings: G. Earnshaw—Delta Upsilon—2361 News From Home? Nothing Could Be Finer Tlhis being a soldier is a new job' and a tough job for. most draftees. Seems hard to. forget the folks at Jhome arid the guys and gals a fellow used to know.' That's why a daily letter- or newspaper from the old stampin' grounds means such a lot. Special Service Subscription Penn State men in the armed forces may profit from a special Service tf_^ Subscription which will be mailed by _t_^m OK The Daily Collegian. ' If _„you have * ¦ ¦_fcU a sweetheart, brother, or friend in the camps send him this daily reminder from the Nittany Valley. Individual subscriptions may be bought from solicitors or The Daily Collegian offices in Carnegie Hall. Subscribe today—don't delay! The DAILY COLLEGIAN "From The Campus To The Camp" Greek Wom...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 September 1942

Late Hour Activity Requests Due * * * * * _a Kurlz Plans IMA Reorganization Al Rally Tonight Carpenter Will Speak On 'Student Morale' "Every non-fraternity . man should make an effort to . attend IMA's _reorganization mass meeting tonight' in 110 Home. Economics," declared Richard "' E. Kurtz '43, present-IMA head, in a special statement to the Collegian yesterdayl"-- ¦ The reorganization send-off, scheduled for 7:30 p. m., will feature an address by Clarence R. Carpenter, professor of psychology. Among the- proposed organization changes which Kurtz will introduce at the rally will be a plan to enlarge IMA membership to include all non-fraternity men in college, and a plan to district the town into IMA "wards." In addition, to these, the IMA president' will also outline a full schedule of social and athletic activities for the: current semester. . Believing that the IMA can be built into one of the more powerful organizations on campus, Kurtz will propose a complete reor...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 September 1942

that students would agree upon uniform procedures. Dean Ray More than ever before young people are in earnest about doing their part lor the best Country and the one real Dem'ocracy in all the world. (Day by day, as we see Penn State students leaving to represent us in active service, we determine to do _sbmefhing to support them and to keep ourselves physically fit and mentally alert for every emergency.") The practical thing before us now is to unite in one great effort to curtail non-essential activities and give ourselves to the big task of the day. We have too much pride to admit that such a task is difficult. Curfew Views (Continued from Page One) A.nd, further,, that even a program that meets these tests must be subordinated to the study program. II therefore seems to me to be desirable that we should agree upon a uniform understanding as to when we shall work and when we can legitimately indulge in recreational and -extra-curricular activities. Doing this uniformly see...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 September 1942

FREE! To All Subscribers Of THE DAILY COLLEGIAN The Tenth Annual COLLEGIAN DANCE Ice Cream S3 Fresh, pure and wholesome ice cream in a tasty cone for that afternoon refreshment. • SOFT DRINKS _. • MAGAZINES • NEWSPAPERS •CANDY GRAHAM & SONS WHERE THE ATHLETES MEET We have a complete line of MEATS or all Occasions MARKET Trustees Approve 31 Appointments Thirty-one new faculty appointments have been approved by the College Board of Trustees, according to an announcement from the President's Office. Most of the appointments are for research assistants and instructors. New positions will be filled by Harry Bauman, research assistant in fuel technology; Arthur W. Brewington, instructor in English composition; Merle E. Campbell, administrative in Campus Under-, graduate Center office; Mary May' Dunaway, instructor in English composition; Helen Garrett, instructor in French, German and Spanish in Undergraduate Centers. Howard Grendon, research as...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 September 1942

_<_KJ? Plan Now I. F. Weekend for You have less than two weeks to find your date dress for Saturday night. Come in and choose from our large selection of crepes and woolens. You'll Find It Wise To Patronize The SMART SHOP 123 S. ALLEN ST Attention Students: Penn State Thespian Tryouts for: • SINGERS • DANCERS • STAGE CREW • MUSICIANS • _mMIAtilES Try out now for both the new smash Fall Sfrnvatid the unique Thespian Mobile Units: A TOHITE! 11:00 P. M MID-WEEK MIDNIGHT SHOW w _KHUffl y _^_mHBHHhHb _MBfe. -,'. -jl >1 A N MOM PICTUR TICKET SALE BEGINS,9:45 P. M. <_-%_? FEATURE ALSO PLAYING THURS. - FRI. - SAT. Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 7:00, • NOW PLAYING FUN ON THE RUN with jbi _OHO BARRYMORE W_&* _-o i;d . M|k- Ko&viZ i_^ScUMMINGS In Tailback Position Depleted With Davis' Induction Wolosky, Colone To Miss Bucknell Fray Now comes the news that Bud Davis, shifty little tailback who was being ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 September 1942

War Loan Applications Blanks Available Now Applications for student war loans are now available, although the College's allotment of funds has not yet been received, according to Russell E. Clark, chairman of the committee on Student War Loans. Students who are eligible for these loans from a fund appropriated by Congress should secure these blanks at the offices of their deans immediately, fill them out, and return them. _" . Blanks may be had at the offices of the Deans of Mineral Indus tries, Agriculture, and Chemistry and Physics. Prof. Frederick T. Mavis will handle the applications from . the Engineering School for Dean Hammond. Limited to students in technical fields, the loans are available to those in the following curricula: in ¦ the School of Engineering: architectural, civil, mechanical, industrial, sanitary, electrical, electrochemical engineering. (This does not include architecture.) In the Mineral Industries School, ceramics, fuel technology, metalurgy, mining,...

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

ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS ARROW SHIRTS Charles Shop THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" I'%t»hlished 1(140. Successor to the Penn State Collegian established HUH. anil tlio Wee _l.nnce. established 1S87 Published daily except Sunday and Monday _duriuii tin iVKulnr College year by (he (Undent* of The Potmsylvanii .Statu _College. Kntercd as second-class ninllr July 3. lit:) ' •it the Post-office at State _College. „l'n.. under the net ol .March 8, 187(1. Editor -dSSSHirr,Bus - and Adv * M 9r-Gordon Coy '43 <ni!§®§»p> Leonard E. Bach "43 Dilil'H'ia! and _Husiness Office Downtown Office Carncirie Hall 110.121 South Kiazier St. l'hone 711 l'liime -1:172 Edilorial Staff--Women" * KcllKir---Louise M. r'uuss Mil: _WanauinK Kditwr—Herbert ,1. Zuknuskus '4:1; Snorts Editor - I)nnnld W. Davis MS: Assistant MunassinK Editor Dominic!; _Tj C.olab '43; KcaUiEp Editor—David Samuels Mas News Rdilor—James D. Olkein M5: Assistant News Editor- Robert E. Schoolev M3: Assista...

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

See Us For • ALL l • YOUR • PRINTING • NEEDS Nittany Printing - Publishing Co. 119 S. Frazier St. Dial 4868 a IT'S STILL NOT TOO LATE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE DAILY COLLEGIAN Don t forget, with your subscription goes a ticket to... THE COLLEGIAN DANCE OCTOBER 10 Featuring The Aristocrats Dancing 9-12 Rec Hall _IIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilMlllllllllilllllllllllll _J mm I \ i i • 11 k I r\ f \ i • Between Frosh Will Not Run In varsity The i:.™Av.s X-Country Competition—Werner iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Perry's Problems According lo latest reports from Bob PerUgini, Lion's Den prexy, all is running comparatively smooth at the newly chartered pigskin fraternity on Beaver avenue. Study hours are maintained every week night from 8 to 11 p. m., excluding_, of course, an occasional release of excess energy. And when it comes to clean-up days. Bob assured us that the boys really fall in line, or else. Present plans ...

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

Ptm We Want To Know-HOW IS YOUR COLLEGIAN'DELIVERY No matter (how hard a newspaper may wish to please its readers it cannot do so unless each morning's edition is delivered. Because.of numerous changes of address, new subscriptions, and filing errors there may be some irregularities in Daily Collegian circulation. We.wish to correct these errors as soon as possible and ask your cooperation. Our Office Will Be Open If you.do not receive your Daily Collegian inform us at once. We will do our best to insure delivery as soon as legitimate complaints are received. Staff members have been assigned to special office duty at the following hours: BUI CHECK THESE 1. Did you renew your onesemester subscription? 2. Did you report a change of address? 3. Did you report the correct address? 4. Is someone "borrowing" your paper? 5. Has the wind carried it a few feet away? 8. Have you a subscription? 8:15 a. m. to 11:45 a. m. Monday through Saturday 1 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. Monda...

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

First Fall Semester Open House TakesPlaceln Old Main Tonight Stein, OMOH Chairman, Expects Over 1,000 Old Main, practically deserted since the Sandwich Shop was converted into freshman coed dining commons, will be open this evening from 7 to midnight in the firs . t informal recreational program this semester sponsored by many campus societies. Usually well attended, Gerald B. Maxwell Stein '44, OMOH chairman, said that he again expects a large turn-out of students, faculty members, and townspeople who get a kick out of mixing with the College people. Since the Old Mam Open Houses first began in February, the crowds have never dropped below the 1,000 marker, Stein, said. Created to help students and organizations combine in informal' recreation, the open house offers an inexpensive form of entertainment that is within the reach of all students. . Practically the only expenses encountered, according to Stein, are in the full length sound picture shown . in the. Little Theater i...

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

You II Enjoy e v.orner unusual THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Belter Penn Stale" 1,-lulilislicil nun. Successor to thi- Vr.nn Statu Collegian o-talilislip<l _11HM. mill the Free T_.anee. established 18S_7_, _IMililisheil daily except Sunday and Monday during tin i-_^iiiilar _College year by the student" of The _Pennsylvania .State Cnlleite. _TCntered as second-class mntlr .Inly 5, \'.W jit the Vost-offire at. State _CoHcise. Pa., under 'llw act. <« . TWai-ch S. _187P. Editor _^SgS_^_a Bus - and Adv - M 9 r> Gordon Coy '43 < _"_^SS_^ Leonard E. Bach "43 cVlitorial and _Husinoss Office Downtown Office _Ciirnccie Hull 1111.121 South r'ra/.icr St. l'llone 711 Phone 1_^72 _Kditurial Staff- -Womrf's, _V'.ilitor Louise M. r'uoss Mil; _Managing Editor -Herbert .1. ZnUuuskas •¦1:1: Sports Editor--• I>oniild W. Davis '4fl; Assistant MnmmlnK Editor- _Uomlniclc I, _Cioluli MS; Feature Kilitor--Uuvld Samuels Mil; News _T5ditor--.lames t). Olkcin M3 : Assi...

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

d5eautifal. . . . PEGGY MANN Singing with TEDDY POWELL VTHE SURPRISE BAND OF THE YEAR" at _Interiraternity Ball OCTOBER 2 • DANCING FRIDAY NIGHT 10-2 • BUCKNELL FOOTBALL GAME _EB_«Pa$^^Sa TICKETS S3.30 Tax Included) IM Entries For Football, Swimming Due Saturday Jeffrey Holds Perfect Record Seventeen years of soccer coaching at Penn State without missing a practice session is a record which Bll Jeffrey might well boast, but doesn't.. Bob Galley, first assistant manager, spoke of Bill's record at a recent rehearsal or else the modest Scot's attendance faithfulness might never have been revealed. Although a leg injury has kept Jeffrey out of the daily scrimmages this week, he is always on hand and plays a very good sideline game, dashing up and down the boundaries and shouting directions whenever necessary. Bill was hurt in one of the practice games last week. An unusually promising gVoup of freshman booter hopefuls are now practicing un_^ler Doc Underwood, ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 September 1942

Announcing 1 / SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE DAILY COLLEGIAN are now reduced to $1.50 per semester. Don't forget, with your subscription goes a ticket to.,, The Collegian Dance October 10 • Featuring The Aristocrats • Dancing 9-12 Rec Hall | Activity Grants (Continued Itom Page One) from 9 to 10 p. m. on September 30 was granted since arrangements had been made before the curfew ruling went into effect. PSCA's petition to meet after 3:30 was refused because the committee felt that it fell intc the same class as All-College Cabinet which, along with other groups in this class, has arranged to find - meeting times that will end by the deadline hour. Forensic Council was allowed to hold men's debate practice until 9 p. m. every Wednesday. The women's debate group did not submit a petition. Student Tribunal's petition to extend meetings was refused on the same grounds as the PSCA's l equest. Thespians were granted overtime requests because they are doing government work in pre pa...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 September 1942

More Than Forty Students Enlist In U. S. Marines Find! Report Still Wanted; 1000 Sky-Gazers To Estimate Color Of Heavens For Ml Professor Hans H. Neuberger, professor of geophysics and head of the geophysics department, has requested the services of 1000 students to help him in an experiment in estimating the color of sky blue. Purpose of the experiment is to find out if the color memory of various persons with normal color vision is in fairly high agreement so that it may be applied to meteorological work. Doctor Neuberger has found a great degree of agreement among the various members of his classes in estimating the color of sky blue, but would like to know whether the same results would be obtained if the experiment was made' on a large scale. Students- with normal color vision, who wish to help Professor Neuberger in his experiment are ¦ asked to do the • following things independently: 1. To make an estimation of the color of sky blue on the next clear day that has few o...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 September 1942

NOW IS YOUR CHANGE TO HEAP The 'Artists' Course Presentation 01 Pucciiii's Celebrated Opera. "LA BOHEME" IN ENGLISH with Charles L. Waenei By Arrangement Friday Evening, October 9 Schwab Auditorium 10 Noted singers, largely from the front ranks of the Metropolitan Opera Company ?J0 Instrumentalists, all-from-the Orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera Company. Studenf ticket sale. Tuesday. September 29. 8. a, m. to noon, 1:30 to 5 p. m„ AA ticket windows, Old Main. Prices $2,25. $1.75, and $1.25, plus 10. per, cent ' tax. Checks should be dated October 1. AGENT f fHE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" K-Ublishcd Klin. Successor to the T_'enit State Cyllegian e-lablished _lilOl. and the l-'rce Lance_, established 1NS7 Vublishcd daily except Sunday and Monday ilurinir th< _legular College Vein- l>y the students nf Tlie lVnnsylvnnii StJite College. Entered an second-class mnttv .luly S. l_'._W a* the Post-office at State _College, Pa., under the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 September 1942

SMOOTH!! (is the word that describes) GEORGE EARNSHAW and his Nitt any Li ons Featuring— JERRY SMITH SURPRISE VOCAL SENSATION BOOKING: GEORGE EARNSHAW PHONE _23<i Announcing! / SUBSCRIPTIONS JO THE DAILY COLLEGIAN are now reduced lo $1.50 per , semester. Don't forget, with your subscription goes a ticket to... The Collegian Dance October 10 • Featuring The Aristocrats • Dancing 9-12 Rec Hall Reserves Show Surprising Power In Scrimmage 0 Karma, Skuta Lead Second-Stringers A determined group of reserves made things tough for a skeleton varsity outfit in last- night's abbreviated football scrimmage on New. Beaver Field. Led ' . by. "Skoqter" Skuta and Hqnk. 0 ! Karma in backfield positions; the reserves, pushed across one touchdown, and threatened at three other times. • . . The. varsity, ' without regulars Banbury," Davis, and Palazzi, just couldn't seem to be able to cope with the pair of backfield reserves who got plenty of assistance fro...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 September 1942

The First National Bank Of State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation toJMHJ*_l.WJ\H:1IM-U-»tim 3A _^n!_Tt_?v7K eoHotTn!K _n!_TXi7?j!Si_^ _VHWfiH MOIHfcK _CVERV -* VJN IM SCRVKEI / > \* ' ¦<• An all-American tornado .'.-'. twMpliig Hi* BrIHth girl* off thtir f_««t with hit Yank** . romancing I IT'S A RIOT I. MICKEY ROONEY IN THI MnflO.0OU>WrN_.M»YEK HIT ' _AYANKAT _4 ETON ^mundGWENN _,an HUNTER FREDDIE §m BARTHOLOMEW ky ' , ,' sss »' _L Malta UHDER _joanttatWieiW Man _MOWBRW SI _HaS _OlMtUd by _Product _M?" _wTcONSIDINE, G N 5p» lr _^'_^f_^_'_^_MawB W_^c '44, '46 Cliques To Select Seven Nominees Monday Final political battle lines will be drawn Monday, when Independent and Campus parties of both the freshman and junior classes meet in Old Main to choose nominees for seven class offices. Freshmen politicians will select their campaign slates from lists of preliminary...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 September 1942

Cabinet Joins 43 Ball, 44 Prom; Frosh. Juniors Pick Political Slates Registrar 'Makesl Nation's Newspapers With. Cartoon Idea "Local boy made good" in the nation's newspapers yesterday when a cartoon suggested by Penn State's versatile- registrar was featured in the Hearst papers, "They'll Do.It Every Time." Act I of the cartooned yarn depicted one "Cannon Ball" Mc-Slug, "the great football star of -1920," built like one of the tougher supermen, asking a smiling College registrar to take good care of his son when he entered, college. Finale to -the two-act drama comes when an anemic-looking four-footer creeps into the registrar's office, introduces himself as Cannon Ball's son, and asks to enroll in clinical psychology. Above the picture of a disillusioned registrar are the credit ines, "Thanx to Wm. S. Hoffman, State College, Pa." hi Pep Rally Set For Friday Night At Lion Shrine Ridenour Tells Frosh To Wear Bucknell Signs The Lion Shrine will perform its first, official ser...

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