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

%A/e,. \ _~Jke 1/1/omen A Few Hours Of Work Westminster _Foundation Bulletin Board Tonight, 8 p. m„ Fireside Room "EXPLORATIONS IN MUSIC?" Mrs. Duane: Ramsay. Directoi , ' Saturday. 1p.m. OPEN HOUSE Guest, Dr. L. E. Stein, Phila. Sunday, 9:30 a. m. STUDENT J_3EEARTMENT Guest Speaker, Dr. L. E. Stein Sunday, 6:30 p. m. WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP Westminster Hall Dramatic Production . "SUCH AS I HAVE" You Are Cordially Welcome THE DAILY' COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" 13f.t.alilinlie<l 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collesrian Cftlnbllalied 1904, and the Ft« Lance, cataMlalio'l 1S87 _publisheil daily except Sunday and Monday during th< rcj-snlar Collego year by the _studenta of The Pennsylvania Sl.ito CollcKe. Entered as second-claaa mattr July G, 193-_) »i. U>e Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act oi March 8, 1879. Editor _^0B!fb, Bus_» an(* Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy *43 _^_KSB* _* Leonard E. Bach '43 EJiloi-ial and _Businensv OMice Downt...

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

Hey Freshmen! n To save time, and to get your shirts clean and correctly ironed .. D THEM TO US f ENN STATE LAUNDRY 9 Days and nights are getting cooler, it's time to buy a top coat. See these rich fabrics in expertly tailored and styled coats C**_3C from _M_«- _*P SINGLE-BREASTED and FLY FRONT IN • COVERTS • FLEECES • TWEEDS • GABARDINES KALIN'S Jeffrey Looks Football Squad Leaves - ui.h _o n ii, _H 7 A„«ra_«« l,0nS Will H °_W_L| 9W Game Will Be Baffle 6.2 Average p ri , « _, " Of _Scotsmen Coaches l^^_mmm:_^_m rwuiw " "" _ "We should beat 'em," stated Coach Bill Jeffrey in his mild Scottish dialect, last night, when asked about the outcome of tomorrow's soccer game when Penn _gate's, hooters • meet the . Colgate Toothpasters on New Beaver Field at 2 p. m. in their last home, game. Although - the ¦ recent rainy weather has kept the daily scrimmage sessions at a minimum, . Coach Bill: feels that the Lions will be in good enough shape to outscore the Red Raiders...

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

_¥m fM'talwm To -Donee at ¥ i_»£ _MJUSOLlLIEffitE DANCING CLASS Sponsored by 'IK PENN SMICUB mmsmmmn : _NBEISIHUHDAY MIBfilM 7:15 to 3:15 _j_^iie TODAY- : Sat. - Mori, Tues. - Wed. Shows at: 1:30. 3:00 6:45_i 3:43 _»ttV-.»r««.BOHI9S aho stamps-hem ? •^•f __ «tfttm^^ilK_^ -A _t ^^^ _^ _Mi Wf@I-l ill IPreSei TWO (_OOhCofa Group Discusses ScWIafSiipS AS .f F0©iaII f MMl' Coed. War Work Coeds Show Interest For CODET Training CODETS', coed organization for drill and emergency training initial campus appearance, was received With much enthusiasm by women students, reported various WSGA House of Representative members. Coeds are reminded by Dorothy L. Jones .'44, acting WSGA vice-president and House of Representative speaker, to sign up by noon today with House representatives and to designate choice of classes—from 4 to 5 p. m. on Tuesdays or Thursdays. Value of this one hour per week training for women is expressed by Miss Julia G. Brill, vocational c...

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

MfEMEWS FLASHES! iiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii , MOSCOW — The Russian High Command announced last night that heavy German forces had forced the defenders of Stalingrad to withdraw from the northwest sections, of the city where Nazi tank and infantry units have occupied a one mile front. Moscow issued a' communique late last night that 45 German tanks had been destroyed in yesterday's battle. . WASHINGTON — . The United States .Navy _; Department stated last night that Japanese naval units have succeeded" in landing' heavy 'reinforcements.' on Gua_'dalcanal Island and that U. S. Marine positions in the Solomon "islands sector were receiving heavy Japanese shellings. SYDNEY — . ' British naval authorities announced last night that persons had lost their lives when a Canadian_^ ferry, boat plying between Nova Scotia and Newfoundland had been torpedoed in the Cabot Straits. British naval vessels succeeded in rescuing 131 survivors frbm-the....

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

First National Bank of ¦ ' ¦ _- . '_-" State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation cu granapaw ana stop i>ttkiH_&o THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "Vox A, )lof.)»>: J?ana State" -Efil ilijinhal 1940. ._SuccentKir to tixi Vena State _Cttlluiilan, _eHliililirtied 1.004, nm_\ _tita _JTtras _tinnce, eitiibllnheit _18H7. PuMinlied daily _ootoept fjutuisty _nnd Monday _during Mi-! ¦ ni:u)_ai* C<>lleK« year by tlja _ntudantu of _Tha Pentuiylv-inin _St._tlo CoDeee. )5_nfmi»_1 an fl»!<>nd-clunn matf.r July li, 1034 ftt Qic )?oflt_.<_vfflce at _Slttfo _Collcfjc_, Pa., under th-s .i<*.fc o! M \>>h 8, JBVA )2diS:o>r ^^aglBfeK. _Bvwi,. and Ad-*'. >VStvi_»_- Gordon, Coy '48 < _"_38PB> Leonard E_> Bach '43 _EclHwitO and UkuKinc** Office Qi»\vhh>wn _OfEico Carn«r_)c Hall lJ.0L.tK1. South _Frnzier 3t. Phono 711 Phono 4371! •Jililurinl Staff—Womon"s Editor—tionifio...

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

fflail (Li C_^_CHPtM ( i_^Bfc*^ H_^ OVERSEAS GIFTS MUST BE MAILED BEFORE NOV _^ _a^^^^^^^ Buy those gifts now so the boys in the service will have a Merry Christmas on •time. Uncle Sam says all gifts must be mailed before November 1 to insure delivery. And while you are at it, stop in at the State College stores foir a really choice selection of gifts. ' mm _mwBWF «6 Want I® mm ; : ;;H®i ; i i pii •Nb matter ih'ow hard a newspaper may wish to please its readers it cannot dp 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 Mice Will Se Open If you do ; not receive your Daily Collegian inform us at once. • We will do our best to insure delivery as soon as tegitimatex complaints are received. Staff members have been assi...

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

now _ffrfTf_3i- shows at! PLAYING EiEVra-l _St._JS ¦ WIT WAR ISONI_9S A1MI» S'ffZlWUPS-MKKU _BET_^ ALSO: SPORTLIGHT—"PARACHUTE ATHLETES' 3i _fitoiw _IPilices To U Set Ai _Mafrte !ai@ Cdeforafiwi • Hotel, Ray To Fefe _i I With Activities Coeds .Because of their contributions in campus activities, 300 coeds are invited to Theta Sigma Phi's Ma-1y\x Dinner at Nittany -Lion Inn at C:30 p. m. Monday, October 26, _Mmily L. Funk '43, president of .11 jo journalism honorary, revealed last night. Stressing the fact that invitation to attend the affair is recognition of leadership, Miss Funk stated that coeds who are to _attend _liavo already received formal announcements. Special guests will include Mrs. Ralph D. Hetzel and Miss Charotte E. Ray, dean of women. .As in former years the honorary will present as guest- speaker a ¦woman prominent in journalistic circles. This year's guest, Mrs. Esther Van Wagoner Tufty, is a veteran reporter of Congressional _happenings and Presidentia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 October 1942

Deans Warn Against Apartment Dates Cabinet Plans For Rural Service For Student Farm Aid MacNabb Heads Group Aimed at enlarging the student rural service to aid nearby farmers plagued by a shortage of help for harvesting valuable Fall crops, All-College Cabinet last night made definite plans to extend the farm aid program, as started by the PSCA, on a campus-wide basis. Robert S. MacNabb '45 was appointed by All-College President Jerome H. Blakeslee '43 to organize and distribute the available help. Serving with Mac-Nabb will be Sarah E. Paxton '43, Jack R. Grey '44, and Jack Berlin '46. - Blakeslee .appointed Robert L. Mawhinney '43 and Frank R. Flynn '43 to meet with administrative officials and discuss the possibilities for a football halfholiday next month. Woodrow E. Hoch '43, reporting for the committee in charge of activities for this weekend's Alumni and Dad's Day visitors, stated that various campus buildings, including Atherton Hall, Central Library,, and Ho m e Eco...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 October 1942

k i _oji; _^_iotjuji, _aot_^.AcUtocon, _CowfWIft i«|, ttoufelajFiqifiiiqig . packcino. m m w& t o, _woas t as colp,_? c-fctbe _yoap. . . the '"Itim- Mhjiteeii.aMO.'» _- WUl/_Ai/AI S, Allow Sfc State College AT CAMPUS & wm- _iWbtyWms.-i". _UKffifGK Ji-4 . < ¦< _M/<_2o _*-Jke vUoimeim _Pairoion Us—Are You Sleepy? THE SMSLY COLUEGIAN r *Fo>: A )3eJ:i:_w: 5?eaa Stoito" Eti •_lilif.linl 1040. _SncoeniKir t<i tb« Penn Shite _Colkirimi, est -MiMicd 1904, nnrt tlio _Freo Lance, _cnbihliiibuil _UIBV PulOi._ilicxl dally except _Smuliiy wi'l Klonday _durinit Hit ritnl.ir Oollew year l>y tlio _Htuitantii o£ Tlio _Ponnuylvaniii S1 'If Collect-. _Knforal. an niwoml-clomi mate July !>, -ll)!14 nl _Oio I'osl-offioe al: Biota. _CoHcne_. 1?a., under tlm iu-.I-. <>1 k t'Ij k, i r.?o. Editor wflSSBW Bun " imfi _^ (_ivv )_w: _3): _- Qcodon Coy:- '_«» <a _3SB8'B> ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 October 1942

Everwrnms- Welcome FORESTRY - BALL MUSIC BiY THE ARISTOCRATS • EEC, HALL • INFORMAL « FKL-0CT. 23, - & p. m. • TICKETS $L.l{| J'o save time-, mw&. t<_a get y<mv_* _- skirts clean and _cnjirreciiu ironed m D_» THEM TO li! _H^^^_B PENN. SI All LAUNDRY 320. W„ Beaver Ave. Dial 32 Muddy Gridiron Stops Lion-Big Red Offenses Booters 2nd Half Splurge Beats Colgate Harriers Prepare For Orangemen Preparations began, last night on the New Beaver Field for the cross-country team's only home meet of the season this weekend with the Orangemen of Syracuse. The varsity harriers trekkedover the long seven-mile route yesterday. They will be in fullforce for the test with the Syracuse thihclads. Mac Smith, who was ill with a bad cold just before the opening meet with Manhattan, will be in top shape and can be counted on to place with the leaders. Joe Beach, sophomore star, was btit- of practice with sore feet for more than a week, but he no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 October 1942

_SWEEPING' Ni:W COfeOH- <* _Am wm_.rMMm-. - .-. u Noll _Htiamol DOft . upstick G0*_t AUo,. Sl« stao; Hail Euamol ¦id- Adlioron. Complolo in oubtoroaluia pacfcwgo J _le> first to wear -Iho color of the year . . . the ' ¦"Mrs, Mlutvor Rose.'* _Ni/i &_- «ii@r$ What _lelw WanJlDKncw ¦:-;-:_^: _^ ¦ •* . • ... _Somen's shoes? _Eromm_'s has1hem;ip _fe finest styles a) fees you can afford; $jiJ9<5 up time in and see em fcoMap SoplmMras Ws _Advoses Coeds To Cheek lri-2 _Irtodtey full;; TL . M . ft r/^^irT _rr • NftpWM _MmhHed ' l ™* Bir Na«»« _lffB 2 UJOlT Classes •Freshman hockey players topped sophomore squad members in n 3 ¦?, game on Holmes field yesterday as the WRA:Fallprogram continues. 'With Betty Pike, Joan Finn, and J-'egyy Quick scoring for the winners and Anna Radle and Vivian JVI.ivtin making points for thesophtimores, a- spunky first-year team _battled to its fourth victory. Hockey game schedule for the week includes a j...

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

'Bull Pen Benny' Is 'Helping Henry Bunnell Releases I Civilian Defense Training Sessions Students May Qualify As Air Raid Wardens i ¦ ¦ ¦ . . Because of the great demand for more workers, interested students are urged by Millard T. Bunnell, supervisor of class centers at central extension, to attend four Civiliaji Defense Corps training sessions which will start next week " . ¦ These sessions, plus a ten-hbur first aid'course, are basic requirements for . arm band certifications for Civilian Defense workers. Those - completing the_^ courses will be directly .qualified to fill the positions_, of. niessenger, air raid warden, rescue,.,squad worker, fire watcher,, medical corps member, of. decontamination squad worker. .Session.number one is Civilian Defense Organization and Air Raid Warning System., Under the instruction of Edward K. Hibshman, executive secretary of the alumni association, -the class will meet in 121'SpkrkSKat 7:30 p. m. Tuesday. ._^Blackouts 'and the Control ...

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

JtioAq auq cq.orrm _u _lanfle. Shirt's, for sportwear 'arid i._ri, the classroom . . . %m,. $jpi Lliill-liB < ' Fractared Hip Delays Guest A. piece of ice plus a little speed minus patience equals a fractured hi[) which means that Sheridan Whiteside was at the Stanley home for more than just dinner. Satirizing the -critic, author, and radio performer Alexand . er Woolcott, Whiteside, who seldom goes -out for meals, accepts an invitation to dinner with the Stanley family_^ ¦ • • • _,A slip 'on an icy step was- his downfall. "Sentenced, to. this moldy mortuary'.'. ' for more than _eig_"ht wee!ks, he feels free to , take over' tlje household and make it his off ice. Whiteside' does this in not " exactly the most' graceful' Way' and' inserts more' thin ,100 witty remarks in to a play which enjoyed , an _exceptionally long run. ojn the . New York stage. . "The . Man Who Came To Dinner," Perm State PJayers' f irst Fall' production, is _written around, ths, adventure o...

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

_HiK M-,^^- _>_,&• i ( ay.-, »: -,,M , _prv^*..- ._^.r.,,._*.-! _, -,.-. «• «l_.*r,_j> ,..*.. ti>^ FINN STATE CLASS RJN6S _Q. Palfw _£_fl 209 _£. _Atow St. in Charles Fellow Shop wu a. ym Want ZJa> ^/snaiw _? _fifcen's _Ttyipe&_afs? _Nationally_, knpw_^ brands in 100% qfl-wopl •MJn_^m m COME IN AND SEE 'Eljvf fromm_'s _iz _^"T_^_r_^_i_^_i_^i.-1 -.t ~>\c' -"&** _V7_r> "_c_^r_^_W t _" a ^«« <t _£** IT 3$ _* m > V Ife^'' yoUR - _l G _QVERNMEN _^aA _fCtftO mm iiib_& > _s.'sr tYfiEWRiT_^-1 " '*> _*v ''\1ia/1 _s? ** HD _w _<& *». *•? SSfPT/ air/' f?*W4_m_<_ttMS& _^wW-w iT3_'. 7/_iree Fraternities Win Opening Tests In Kealer leaaue Lions _Pnwi _Kmm ^§m Red laiders pe|a * _HiU H Regulars Rest While " Reserves _Scrimmage Rough, tough...

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

_TlWfta _Sigsinia _Phi Reveals Planus Fdir Selection Of _Homor -Coeds As plans for the annual Matrix Dinner near- completion, Emily L. Funk, president of-Theta Sigma Phi, sponsor of the banquet, • announced last night that preparations have been made for selection of three outstanding senior women to be honored at the dinner Monday night. The journalism honorary will select two of the BWOC's.while College-wide voting will determine the third. First of the group, Matrix Girl, will receive her title has contributed more to college woman. Cap Girl, second title conferred by Theta Sigma Phi, will go to" the woman judged most versatile. Voting by the student body will name the most popular senior coed, Quilt Girl. Voting for Quill Girl will begin at Student Union at 8 o'clock this morning and continue until 5 p.m. Friday, Miss Funk announced. All students are urged to participate in selection of the most popular coed, according to the honorary president. Last year's Matrix Girl, . ...

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

LATE NEWS iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii , LONDON_^-The British Government reported last night that Ametican Flying Fortresses, in a raid of a German Urboat depot on the shores of Occupied France, had killed approximately 100 persons and injured about 450. STALINGRAD:—Russian forces have beaten off all German attacks on this battlefield, reoccupying' many positions lost in the battle for this strategic city, key to'the Caucasus oil . fields, the Moscow Radio reported yesterday. . WASHINGTON —Secretary of Interior Ickes, at; a press conference held yesterday, announced that the oil pipe line being built from East • Texas to Illinois has passed: the half-way mark to completion. When finished,J the" pipe line;will carry 300,000 barrels of petroleum, per, ;day. WASHiNGTON—A nine-billiondollarltax-bill; : '¦ the largest in the tfusfpry'-pf the_^'United States,' was signed yesterday by P r e s ident Roosevelt. Included in the bill are excises ...

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

Array) _Hanger chief 8 Arrow Skirts Charles Sliop Arrow Ties _- • -Arrow Underwear qiarge. . inis-semce . available also at a nominal dicijp _fqr packageswr_^ped for .sfti_^_jng. KEELERS Wrapping Service—4f!_ items _purchased fere wrapped; '\m of Christmas "Cards ?*** ; ' .* Now On Display ma m vm m-,-**(' 1V««' ,, 'lf'«!lWK_»' ¦ ._T_*1 !', *\, _mmmmmiiiw gmbds liiFii'n-ii'irf $!41fffif.I.ili,ii ©[LIS m yii&s _Bfo' w TtES ARROW SHIRTS ">¦ ¦ - .V ARRQW _UNDERWEAR . . ARROW HA_&_BjCipiCHIEFS . vUe, _*Jhe vUoimen Farmers Grateful I For Student Aid! At Jeast 125 of Penn State's 6000 strong are cooperating wholeheartedly with both the nation's physical fitness • program and its back to the farm movement. Under leadership of Sophomore Catherine L. Miller, chairman of the PSCA Rural Service Committee, the group of both men and women students has been giving voluntary aid to local farmers on Saturday afternoons. The movement which...

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

WhtH do you weitli'Mpw ». 7 M§ms. Topcoats? Nationally known brands in 100% all-wool 28-5ffl u p COME m AND SEE 'EM fromm's «•*« rjii PLi) ffllTI /_5M r_^teSent "III ill' WlitlK jClfiP _AiMMli RDAY AW _SAIPM1 MB - 5J5 Uliiissiw phis Ian The funniest Ccraitediy to be 'preseated at Penn State in years 3 MYS ¦ ¦ ¦ Thins., Fil, m _wf 4P_™ if Men's New Fail Suits and Topcoats At the beginning of the season we offer you the opportunity to' buy all wool suits and topcoats that no amount of money will buy when " they are gone. Suits—tweeds, Shetlands, flannels and worsteds. Topcoats—ccmel's hair, tweeds and Shetlands. 101 29.50 NOW 32.59 NOW 3iS0 NOW 315_® Were 35.80 Were 37.50 Were 40.19 Were 45.00 Terms Cask—Alterations at Cost Paul A Mitten Corner, of Allen and Beaver State College lions Prepare Defense For Colgate's Attack jGridgr? Npjd Us) _. , 3^^- Scrimmage Of Week Rangy Tackle Scrimmaging for the first and last time this wee...

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

_8_^p LETS PLAN to make it a. W15_EK.BND of BOWLING at the STATU mwum mum Phono 4002 Yra Jm turn Imm T© Dunce at run it _COLLEdSIE _DANGNG (LASS Sponsored by IK PEW SIME CLUB wis rant 22 _NHIS 1HUKSDAY AND 'FRIDAY 15 to 8:15 p. m.. NOTICE! 31 OffiUJElRTOBE v: G^/A_^_AMTEEa _TWANSPORTATaOM Keservatonsiust-BeMade" ¦ _^ Hm tars " m Advanc#off-D_#tiariur@ . p ¦ . Make direct connections wim trains eastbonttd- •' 12:30 P. M.,5:58 P. M, - 8:20 P. M. :• "" ' W- • * ' ¦ West bound trains 12:30 P. M..f:20 P. M._1 8:46 P. M Dial Boalsburg 9-2731, £ Companyr State College Hotel 733, or Office 769 Lv. State College 11:00 A Ar. Lewistowrt __'l2:15P Lv. Lfewistown 12:35P Ar. State College 1:50 P M. 4:30 P.M. 6:45 P_;M M. 5:45 P. M_; 8:00 P. M M. 7:25P.M"V -8:50 P. M M. 8:40 P.M. 10:05 P. M rOfUftlNLvhc BMLSBUR6 m a M ri a I lm 7 'WiVtt.o New A 0 JOAN MILLER Colorful wools and corduroy Winter whites , Velveteens Black crepes You*ll find it...

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

Beat Colgate' Rally Will Open Weekend Activities With a cry of "Beat Colgate" Penn State students, dads, and alumni will rally around their football team and coach tonight at a bonfire pep meeting as the opening gun activity of Dad's Day and Alumni weekend festivities. After meeting at the Lion Shrine at 7 o'clock, the entire group will parade, with the Blue Band to Jordan Fertility Plots. There the football team and Coach Bob Higgins will be introduced to them and will probably make a few com ments about the game. Plans for the affair hit a snag yesterday when College authorities announced that' they would not be able to furnish the wood for the fire because of defense restrictions on the use of trucksand gasoline to haul it. The problem will1 be solved by tonight, according to Charles H. Ridenour '43, in charge _, of the event,- He said he would find a way to get the wood and get it to the site of the fire rather than ask freshmen to bring- it as was suggested by the authori...

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