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

WW tsSL FOR IF BALL The Right Thing In Format Wear Double and single breast erf, midnight blue Tux edoes . . . . $25.00 • FORMAL SHIRTS • TIES • SOX • SHOES • ACCESSORIES Anlaili ej MEN'S SHOP After the Ball The Corner unusual Jy *?*L Ll_^ I V.'// I \^n# *^^_3 W HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT POOLING YOUR CAR?" * THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" j'lslnblislicd 19-10. Successor to the Penn State Collegian _established 1P0J, ami the Free Lance_, established 1S_87 Published daily except Sunday and Monday _during the _JVgulnr _College year by the students of The _Pennsylvania State _College. Entered as second-class mattr .Tuly r>, 19_l(_.' nn the Post-office at Slate College. Pa., under the act n! March 8, 1S70. • Editor w£fiB3&»r. Bus_> and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 "^^P_^ Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall • 110.121 South Fiasuor St. Phone 711 u Phone 4"72 Managing Editor This Issue . . ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 September 1942

STILL TIME TO PLAN FOR I. F. BALL OCTOBER 2nd WITH MUSIC BY TEDDY POWELL "The Surprise Band of the Year" i featuring.. • SONGS BY PEGGY MANN • THE SIX TEDDYBEARS THE FIRST BIG WEEKEND . . # DANCING FRIDAY NIGHT 10-2 • BUCKMELL. FOOTBALL GAME TICKETS $3.30 (Tax Included) made for the Have you your date COLLEGIAN DAN CE Subscriptions Can Be Still Obtained For SI.50 Music By The Penn State Aristocrats Frosh Booters Meet State College High In Practice Tussle Today Frosh Soccer Coach Doc Underwood will get a chance to see his future Jeffrey proteges in actual team play this afternoon when State College High School's soccermen face the first-year booters in a practice- game on the golf course field at 4:15. Although the recent ruling by the College Athletic Board makes freshmen eligible for varsity competition, Coach Bill stated that for the present he isn't planning on using any of the yearlings in his lineups. He did explain that there may be ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 September 1942

A company of nearly 40 vocalists, largely from the front ranks of the Metropolitan Opera Company, accompanied by— A 30-piece orchestra, comprised entirely of Metropolitan Opera Company instrumentalists. Under the _Management of CHARLES L. WAGNER, Inc. Student ticket sale all day today; 6 a. m. to noon, 1:30 to 5 p. m.. AA ticket windows. Old Main. Performance Friday evening, October 9. Tickets priced. at S2.25, $1.75. and $1.25, plus tax. Date checks. October i and make them _payable to The Pennsylvania .State College. Maximum of six seats to a patron. SMITHS TAILOR SHOP XT TO POST OFFICE Welcomes You With The Newest and Smartest — Recognized Campus Wear CUAH_1HG PRESSING REPAIRING CLASSIFIED SECTION ¦ LOST—Brown and gold Parker 51 pen in vicinity of infirmary. Call Joe, 2726. 3tpd 25, 26, 29 B. ALL. Students interested in selling football programs at all home games should sign up immediate! yat Student Union 2tchg.H Frosh Dormitories Elect Leaders In 1st Mee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 September 1942

LATE NEWS FLASHES IFC, (A Sponsor WASHINGTON—War production during the month of August was reported to have improved 8 per cent over the proceeding month, according to a statement issued by Donald Nelson, chairman of the War Productions Board. Mr. Nelson further stated that the production quota is still under par and if a decided increase is not shown, drastic steps will be taken. MOSCOW — Stalingrad, amid shambles and total ruin, still stands, according to latest reports eminating from _~ the war-torn areas. German casualties mount steadily as Russian authorities state that they will not retreat under any circumstances. WASHINGTON—Sales on rubber sporting goods, exclusive of men's, women's, and children's light rubber overshoes, have been curtailed. Due to the insufficient supply of rubber available for garments. of civilian workers, all such articles have been placed on the priorities list. All persons desiring rubber overgarments will have to register legitimate , requests ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 September 1942

Lovely to Look at Delight fid to Behold _#_*L /\ a A large . selection of adorable dresses are yours to choose from. Come in and ' find your favorite to ' make IF Weekend a "heavenly" affair. ' - You'll Find It Wise _Jq Patronize The SMART SHOP S. ALLEN ST THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" K,_*lablished 1040. Successor to the Penn Sthte Collegian, ¦_intabHphed 1904, and the Fvee Lance_, established 188". Published daily except Sundny and Monday during the _jvsuinr _Colleue year by the students oC The _Pennsylvania State College. _Entered ns second-class mattr July B, lfllH nl, the Post-office at State _ColleRe. Pa., under the net oi March 8, 1S79. Editor wflSSSSsv_^ Bus * and Adv - M 3r - Gordon Coy '43 < *f ®^> Leonard E. Bach '43 lilditorial and Business ' Office Downtown Office _CarncKie Hall 110.121 South Frazior St. Phono 711 Phone 4:172 GMitorial Staff--Women's Editor Louise M. Fuosa 'I!',; _MannKinir Editor—Herbert .J. Zuknuskas '4...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 September 1942

_INTERFRATERNITY BALL Remember TICKETS $3.30 (Tax Included) OCTOBER 2 Full-Dress SUITS The right thing for you at a price you can afford. Especially tailored for us in midnight blue. Reduced from $40445 to S3? 95 SEE THEM AT FROMM'S OPPOSITE OLD MAIN PENN STATE CLASS RINGS L. G. Balfour Co. 109 S. Allen St. in Charles Fellow Shop Lion Reserves Look Good In Lock Haven Scrimmage Wire Squad Plays Number One Bison In Pracfue Fray - ,„- ' . llllllllllllllllllllllllll!lin|lll!l!!)illl!l_(ll|milllHllllll!llllll Between The Lions Wiih DPN DAVIS tllllljlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Happens Every Year Coach Bob Higgins and staff spent" last Saturday afternoon witnessing the Bucknell squad ease out a victory over little Lebanon Valley. Although the "Hig" admits that the Bisons were far from impressive, he refuses to believe that they will play the same brand of ball when Ihey invade the Niiiany lair'this weekend. And Bob has good ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 September 1942

_cJLook f-_^ rettu l_^ led&e EXPERT: - HAI R _. ._STXLIS.TS Hotel Beauty Salon Above the Corner Boom Annotincina ! 8 The Opening of the STATE BOWLING CENTER 30,4P-.M Come in and bowl on our 8 newly-equipped New Brunswick Alleys. ; Coeds, here _ds a\ chance to get off to a good start for Fall and.score high in health and relaxation. _JKT* STATE BOWLING GINTER uxeaos _imiilE BLUE DOUBLE BREASTED TUXEDOS IN ALL SIZES ... Only -$2'5-$Q Charles Shop 109 S. Allen St Shows at -1:30, ' 3:00, 7:00, 9:00 VVe_, ZJhe [A/omen If You've A Job To Do, Whv Mot Do It Right? McKinley Elected Frosh Senator At Compulsory Mass Meeting 360 Vote For Coed To Serve With Martin Gloria McKinley was elected WSGA freshman senator at a mass meeting of first semester freshman coeds last night, according to Patricia Diener, WSGA sophomore senator, in charge of the meeting. With 11 names on the ballot, 362 votes were cast in the election. The new senator...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 October 1942

Mazzocco, Ridge To Head Seniors' Dance Committee IFC Plans 'Clamp Down' On Mixed Drinking Violations During Weekend Ball Committee Moves Warns Houses To Drop Decorations One serious note in the preparations for Penn State's first big weekend of the Fall _^ semester—Interfraternity Ball—was sounded yesterday when IFC President M. "Williams Lundelius '43 warned fraternities to be on their guard against violations of IFC's mixed drinking code. "The conduct at fraternity •houses-during Interfraternity Ball is a direct responsibility of each individual member of the fraternities," Lundelius said.. "The Interfraternity Council has pledged itself to the College to handle its own fraternities. ' "If any violations are reported," he continued, "it will be the duty of the Council to take immediate action to punish those houses which' have violated the mixed drinking code." ' . ' Lundelius reminded- fraternities of the fact that, the usefulness of normal college' and university _^ soci...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 October 1942

ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS ARROW SHIRTS Charles Shop ARROW TIES ARROW UNDERWEAR fall BEST SELLERS of all PUBLISHERS • for sale 9 tor rent KEELER'S CATHAUM THEATRE BLDG Artow Shim Arrow Ties Arrow Hartdfterbki' efs Arrow _Uridterlvear THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Belter Penn State" K:ital)liahe<l 1910. Successor to the Penn State Collegian, established 1001. and the Free Lance, established _18S7. Published daily except Sunday and Monday dm-inn the n-jular _Collese year by the students fit The Pennsylvania State CollcKe. Entered as second-class mattr July 5. 1(I8<! mi, the Post-office nt State College. Fa., under the act oi March 8. 1870. Editor ,*(S_&ES&to Bus - and Adv - M 9r-Gordon Coy '43 <a ««^B> Leonard E. Bach '43 _Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office _Carnegie Hall 110.121 South _Frazier St. Phone 7(1 Phone 4_itT2 Rditoi-iul Staff—Wumcn"s Kditor-Louise M. I-'uoss '4:1: M:maitinK Editor--Herbert J. _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 October 1942

STILL TIME TO PLAN FOR INTERFRATERNITY BALL • TEDDY POWELL • BUCKNELL FOOTBALL GAME ICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY AT STUDENT UNION TICKETS $3:30 (Tax Included) STRIKE OUT FOR BETTER HEALTH! Get off to a Good Start for Fall Improve your score and your health by bowling frequently on our new, well-lighted, well-caredfor alleys. Learn how _ttt have fun at our bowling' center. You'll like the game, and the people you meet here. Ladies invited. - f/_Jmm 8 Smooth Alleys At Your Disposal STATE BOWLING CENTER _b McAllister street PHONE 4082 "A From Home" Home Awav Home Away PROMPT SERVICE AT PENN STATE _DiNER 130 W. COLLEGE AVE Time Trials To Cut 1 _suckneii coach win X-Counlry Squad Ufe Best Frosh As Reserves All efforts of Lion cross-country hopefuls are pointing to next week's time trials. After the trials Coach Chick Werner will choose the squad that will represent the Blue and White in the season's opener with Manhattan October 17 in New York City. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 October 1942

- Jk DL Wovie* CATHAUM: "Panama Hattie" STATE: "Joari of Ozark" (NITTANY: . "Ship Ahoy" _J_^htnoun_^ina FRIDAY NIGH! Toe" fitst showing StaiV; College of . (ARY GRANT in J_^ (Also Showing Sat. - Mon. - Tues.) Price Schedule: Adults: Matinee 40c , Evening ... 55c Children: 17c at all limes (Tax Included) NOTICE Tickets now on sale at the Cathaum Box Office during regular i theatre hours.. Be sure and ask for special tickets when buying in advance. '-" ¦ iml WRA Schedules 3rd Open House Third in a series of White Hall open houses" will be sponsored Saturday night when Bowling Club members act as hostesses to all coeds. To make sure that women throughout the College know of the event, special invitations will be sent to downtown coeds, F. Doris Stevenson '44, WRA Publicity chairman, announced last night. Refreshments will be served during the 7 to 10 p. m. program in which all facilities will be open for use. Souvenirs are being made for guests, Miss Stevenso...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1942

PSKPIfe mmiw_$_KM_& 'dotiiEm, _ei Hi _m Ba Ra_^fci ?! Special Fraternitv Issue Pi BO H»- Hi tW It _Ife _kl to. ^• • •BH - -W R K K Ki R_, _Wl PA. PRICE THREE CENTS Hi *o Late News The. p_^taVni' _inaai IhU inSp8cii6h _Wuif _primarily for iho purpose of _obtaining a first-hand view of _production capacities of the war industries. He recommended war plant" executives on the , work which they are doing and further stated that the spirit of the American even excells that ¦ of the government as a whole. He disclosed : thai all plants inspected were at least 95 per cent efficient. WASHINGTON—Office of Price Administration announced. -that a 20 per cerii meat consumption cut - would become .effective during the next three months. In line with meat rationing.. it was alio announced that.-fuel oil- rationing would fake- effect immediately. J _^m^^_S^^^^^^^^I^^^' M_^'\_- _^tL::_^) _-_^ I Iff " n II _jHHHHMiW'-fiwiM IF Ball; rooHpPKaity jets Utt Activities ¦ _Mp | ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1942

TICKETS FOR INTERFRATERNITY BALL ON SALE AT STUDENT UNION DANCIN6 FRIDAY NI6HT 10-2 . _^ TICKETS $3:30 (Tax Include_^ AFTER THE GAME--- Stop off at the "AC", and get that refreshing or ice cream cone • Cigarettes • Pipes • Tobaccos • Newspapers • Magazines drink GRAHAM & SON WHERE THE ATHLETES MEET F Weekenders if You Are Looking For The Perfect Place To Eat • GOOD FOOD • QUIET SERVICE • REASONABLE Lion Inn _NiHany Campus 33 Fraternities To Be Host To 400 •Despite such obstacles as gas, oil and tire shortages, more than 400 persons are guests of Penn State fraternities and sororities, according to information submit--Led to The Daily Collegian last .night. Thirty-three groups reported guests for publication. Most of the guests will be crowded into Greek houses, many will be quartered in rooming nouses, and a few others will stay At town. hotels. 'Dormitories will probably find room for others. The fraternity guest list follows: Acacia Bett...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1942

,:. ,_„..„..,.——„_,>-.„.-.,.—,.—«.—.—«—"-«.—•<"¦—'—»——"—" * Welmme m i>.: i mm MGuBsts Pertn +'• ¦ •*¦ _•+ DartwlMeddf Powell and his Orchestra I pni_^ht and Cheer the _Niftany Lions to _° - Victory _Tbrnorroy Pernio. Theta —of Phi Delta Theta ?!; -r- , ' _r tlj". i jji.iwiijiiiwiiMiwrM'iiMii-rii I I '" * "— ¦—»¦¦- *. M. 1891 Pf _W2 _VpiShn) _//«? _^JUp ha C_^hi Cha p tei —of— a _S_^lama WELCOMES AI _INTERFRATERNITY BALL GUESTS _^ Chapter of Sigma Ehi Sigma Delta Extends A Cordial Welcome : and ALL Other To Its Alumni INTERFRATERNITY BALL GUESTS Twelve Cheerleaders, Practicing With Gymnasts Develop New Routines For Pep Rallies, Games Penn States 12-man cheerlca'iing squad, which has been training _witri Gymnastics CoacVi Eugene C. Whetstone, will lead student stands in a new "locomotive" yell when the Lions meet Bucknell tomorrow. Built around a cross-bar handstand by one cheerleader on the goal post, the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1942

The Corner unusual Problems? NO! But Laundry _Xw_* —rv ° qJuNJ/^ m: Even a Freshman soon learns how to handle Laundry Problems—just send your laundry home by,Railway Express —and have it returned to you the same way. You'll find it's really no problem at all. Low rares include pick-up and delivery at no extra charge, within our regular vehicle limits, in .all .cities and principal towns. Your laundry can be sent prepaid or collect, as you choose. Psst! Send and receive baggage, gifts, etc. the same convenient way. RAILWA_^_iAEXPRESS AGENCY >_ffir INC. . ' AFTER THE BALL -sftSftS_^ STEEL _> The steel in a pair If of old roller skates _t would make I -2 ' 1 m _s?_s m m *i\V _t. • m Array helmets t THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Belter Penn State" Established 1040. Successor to the Penn State Collegian_, established 1004. and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College yea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1942

CHAPTER ALPHA UPSILON of GAMMA PHI BETA Welcomes You and Wishes Yeu a Pleasant INTERFRATERNITY BALL WEEKEND s? V. V ' J wl The AOPi_'s Say Your Duly Weekend: Is Two-fold This To have a good time at IF Ball 2. To cheer the Nittariy Lions to over the Bucknell Bisons victory •f Epsilon Alpha —of Omicron Alpha Pi ^?K _fe l U_£,W, i VI » i _^4t Dh Wovie* CATHAUM: "Panama Hattie" 11:30 p.m..'"Pride of the _Yankees" STATE: "Iceland" NITTANY: "Ship Ahoy" :¦ .:.: _• 4LPH41EU of Alpha Epsilon Phi Here's To A Swell Inferfraternity Ball Weekend And A Cordial Welcome To AI Guesfs * _ss •&mi Phi Pledge Chapter of Delta Tau Sigma extends Best wishes to Penn Slate students and for a glorious I. F. Weekend and joins in the united hope for VICTORY ^>|^C _p_^ _0&&_0_$_^$&^_M _3& >m$if_#_&M _&hH _sK Beta Phi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1942

THETA CHAPTER rr r Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity EXTENDS A VERY CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL ITS GUESTS AND WISHES EVERYONE r-A:'-- .v_^-- .?.•- ¦* AN ENJOYABLE WEEKEND u _M._^ _• Best Wishes For An Enjoyable Weekend +. + /- Zeta Zeta Lambda Chi Alpha /^7 L_^haptet of Tau Kappa Epsilon _^m ^*" ¦ aft Wishes, you a very happy and enjoyable I. F. Weekend _^Jhe _^Jehed Board _Plans Rally For Transfers Powell Urges Coeds To Obtain Handbooks Plans for a pep rally for transfer women were made at yesterday's meeting of WSGA Junior Service Board. Purpose of the rally, which is scheduled for Tuesday, 'October 13, is to teach College songs and cheers, as requested by new students. Transfers are urged by Mary Jo Powell, Service Board chairman, to obtain student handbooks at the PSCA office, third floor Old Main, as songs, cheers, and Penn State traditions, are all included in them. Place and time of the meeting will be announced later, Miss Pow...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1942

Welcome To Penn State Alpha Mil of Pi Kappa Phi $ Alt OUT _wMi tball Front! _i Delta PHI e Success of IF Ball Big Social Even? of ason V. ' _^Vif- *¦** V * - .V -»"¦+"*'S- a :_#. •* * *• * +¦ -4 •¦' 4 TODAY _?..'W_5« rAh_^ ¦ v.: - - .*'_'*"-ir_?:-vitj? a t On _ina t_* «|»y«5<Kf •¦¦•¦ » :¦ . _^_-_^ss-iSsi 10 . -japs Alp _1 ui_^Hfi ;**_w ..'_•i_'1 -- -v \-'•« ¦ '._^_jsaSFfc' ¦ . ¦ -*: r.-: . ¦'¦•-.. ¦ -_#»¦$£ Drinks a _Toaslvta ::wm_$mm <¦/ ¦:_" • _I'.V;'-I i'.sUt-**-* i ¦ _SSflSSi _^ _x_^_-'jl'-j,->?'*• ;•'tJ."n.v _^-. --._'*-iii>->. ' 0 Gumma m eon CEiapfer of Pi Lambda Phi WELCOMES ITS UESTS AND FRIENDS I i 17 to _if'_- F WEEKEND H_^ £_l\ to Local Views Of Broader News r-v : _-> ¦: by - THE MANAGING EDITOR We see by the papers that ojther colleges and universities are once ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1942

BRONZE OR IVORY STUDENT I. E. S LAMPS (Complete with Bulb) $_*_J .50 Hortman Electric Go Glennland Bldg. Phone 4007 Pugh St. Entrance _CLIFFY The Milk Shake Store Make I. F. Ball Weekend) more pleasant with cool drinks. Make your drinks more pleasant with cracked; clean, crystalpure ice. Order Your Supply of Cracked Ice in the HOSPITALITY PACK ICE & STORAGE CO PRONE 842 Lacrosse Manager President 01 Phi Ep Phi Epsilon Pi—When Phi Ep was established at Penn State on February 14, 1914, Jacob Miller was one of the prominent charter members. A boarding house on E. Fairmount avenue served them until they built their present house in 1925. President of the house is Laibe Kessler, who also manages the lacrosse team. Other active Phi ¦ Eps are Alan Moses, who is the football manager, and Marvin Nathan and Herbert _Hershfield, who are on the varsity swimming team. "Work to win today! Win to Work tomorrow!" is the effervescent motto of Joseph S. F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 October 1942

PENN STATE OF CHAPTER PHI GAMMA DELTA •x* s H X M. Welcomes You to BALL WEEKEND _v_^_W** '*>&l&&_W_^ im^<&>_W _^W-tt<*^^ _#t _.**_-\¥ W*«W_*V. ¦ _*, tJ« ^*v_»f ¦*-* _%. W_*_A*vk v-w* ¦ _* 8 > ^^r^^_w^^^^!^*^:^^ _casu> - ;< » » * > <- * v ~ ** PSI CHAPTER / Phi Kappa Sigma Welcomes Kappa of Phi Sigma Kappa R. H. ROY President Welcomes Penh State's Guests for Interfraternity Ball Weekend »U«_a™«Mr_^tt_«_HM]^_M>-MMI_^_Mt_^_M>«_M>^»C>^_M>«»0-_^MI-_«»tl_«M>«_M<><«_M>«_MMN»()^»1l«_Mfr<>^»<>^l ZETA CHAPTER •» 5fii fc 8 Delta Hho Kappa Penn States Guests Welcomes Hardening The Hard Way L. I., high school Commandos run oif plank, vault high, iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii...

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