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

Aluimni Welcome T8ie Corner unusual Westminster _tafelip BulSeftii Board- Saturday. 8 P.M. OPEN HOUSE Painting Display and Kitchenette Shower Sunday, 9:30 A. M. STUDENT DEPARTMENT Three Courses: . 1. "Great Modern Christians" 2. "American Rural Life" 3. "The 1946 Group" Sunday, 3:30 P.M. WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP Musical Service Welcome Alumni- ' & Dads THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A. _JJoJlor 3?e»» State" Shl._tliliHheil .1940. Bufccwwr t<> flic Pan a State' _CoIIukIiiii _esf."0ilin)ie<l W_04, find tlio BVen Lance, esl-Jibliulied _IBItV rulilifthcd dnily cxc_*irt _Hiimluy nnd Monday during _ttoi rii'tilar CoIIcro year liy the _nlairtenfcn of Tha Pennsylvimii Biiilo _College. Bnloi-cil .in immdihI-cImui mattr July 5, 1D!H ni _Uio Post-office _aV _HtwUi _Colieijc, Pa., under _tho nut o_) Mireli B_, 1B7». Editor ^^_aflflShk. Su_«- aCT _-<* Aavr - M9»r_* Gordon Coy '43 < _*SiBPBy Leonard E. Bach '43 I3_dii«rla) and Business ...

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

EVERYONE WELCOME Annual Forestry Ball Mime by Bec-JWH . _j0m %tm ¦ M., Oct. 23 M2P.ML RISTOCRATS COMFORT BEGINS With Well Laundered Shirts YOU CAN DEPEND ON US For Satisfactory Laundry Service PENN STATE IMNDBY 320 W. Beaver Dial 328 X-Counlrymen Ready For Syracuse Seven Coach Chick Werner pronounced his cross-country proteges in the best shape of the season last night as the Lion's only home meet with Syracuse loomed only two days away. At the same time he announced the lineup that will face the Orangemen at 2:30 p. m. tomorrow. The seven men who will oppose the invaders are Captain Norm Gordon, Curt Stone, Mac Smith, Jerry Karver, Joe Beach, Kufe Williams, and Howad Home. The entire squad will run, but only these seven men will be issued numbers and be eligible to score for the Nittanymen. Colgate Gridders Practice' 16 looters Leave. For Syra Yet For Jeffreymen «h In Defense Game Will Be Sfiffesf Coach Bill Jeffrey and 16 Penn State soccermen ...

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

Rides Wanted—PW (3)—To Franklin, Oil City, Clarion or Meadville; Leave Friday 5 p. m. Call Bob 2559 between 5 and 7-p. m. 2tpd22,23.PS _weeieh _swmm Alumni: follow the Team. .;. . Nine straight games without defeat! Gas rationing may keep-you away from the gridiron but you can follow Penn State's Nittany Lions through The Daily Collegian, Old- grads can renew the thrill of college days through, the: Collegian's complete coverage of the sports scene. • }>adS: Wakh the NeWS . . American colleges are ;- -t the crossroads. How will your son or daughter be affected? For complete and accurate understanding of critical problems read The Daily Collegian's news and editorial pages. UllULit u jUIUEcU y ou can _(j0 your part in promoting relations from the campus to the camps. The Daily Collegian will match every three subscriptions bought this weekend with a free subscription to a Penn State man in the armed forces. Subscribe low - Htoirly _taes foir _rt.OO _Fhe Dally ...

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

Mzmni, j First Day Totals Show 113 Register With 113 alumni and fathers registered" in the first day of Alumni-Dad's Day _^ Weekend_, events scheduled for toe ay and tomorrow make a full, calendar for..weekend visitors.' Golfers will start off the day with a 'tournament on' the. College course' at '8 a.-m. ' Those whp registered for the event at the desk in first floor lounge. Old Mam;: rieed ' pay no .greens fee. but the small charge for entering 4 hb tournaments will be used for prjzes. '''• •' "¦¦' .-'All _slumrii,: whether members of' the Alumni Council or not, are invited by Edward /K. Pibshman, executive _csecretaiw of the" Alumni Association, to attend the: Council meeting in 121 Sparks at 9:30 a. m. Members of All-College Cabinet are also invited. Other., morning activities include • a jun _'or varsity football gfrme with' Colgate'oh New Beaver.- Fieldvat 10 a. m., and a coffee hour for-alumnae _graduates of home economics and their guests ir 1 the lobby of Home Econom...

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

Collegian Record Today's Events Camouflage College War Training Drive Are Penn State alumni celebrating their last home coming for the duration? Will the Blue and White go into action on the Nittany gridiron at this time next year? Today, as Penn State couples its annual Alumni Weekend with Dad's Day, hundreds of graduates and visitors will take time out from war-time activities to celebrate in a manner they used to know before Pearl Harbor. Today, Penn State will make an _allr.out effort on the gridiron, will dedicate a work of art—the Lion Shrine-r_^uid . tonight, a student stage production and informal meetings will climax the whole affair. To most visitors and graduates, Penn State will look and act just as it did last Fall or ten years ago. On the surface the campus and all its activities will be camouflaged to appear just as it did on Alumni Weekend or Dad's Day a year ago.-But beneath today's festivities, Penn State has undergone revolutionary changes since war was declar...

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

AT METZGER_'S SHOP A Common Expression In Town And (In Campus "You Can Get It At MetzgerV WELCOME TO PENN STATE DADS We know visit here you will enjoy your State... Take home a Souvenir of Penn Penn Stale Animal Novelties, Pennants, Etc Toys, Books and Games for the Kiddies back home Text Books, Student Supplies Penn State Diner GOOD FpOD From Home" "The Home Away 130 West College Avenue Amman Comments Alumni, Dads! The Daily Collegian On Alumni Weekend Brings You All The Campus News Alumni President George M. Arisman '17, Penn State Alumni Association president, gives advice to students and alumni for fostering better relations. You can make your weekend visit to the campus here at Penn State last through the whole year by buying a subscription to The Daily Collegian, Penn State's student newspaper. The Daily • Collegian is making a special offer to mail a subscription of the paper to _aluriini and parents for the remainder of the semester fo...

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

• ICE CREAM * PIES and CAKES 'W " Kornef JL_&.1J. VUD (POST OFFICE IS OPPOSITE US) • COLD MEATS • DAIRY PRODUCTS AGES AND SAURIES IN U 1942 (E-Omaud \ir»iimmm t_&a OPA'DATA Penn State since 1896 and will continue to do so. Dropl in and renew old acquaintances at the "A.C." for • Cigarettes ..-• Pipes • Tobaccos • Cigars • Magazines • Newspapers Graham k Son 09/15/28 Class of You Alumni remember Graham & Son as [Jiigginsmen Seek Third Season Win Against Red Raiders Wallers Takes Injured Van lenlen_'s End Post Biggest Raider threat Marty's Martyrs Start Weekend Sport Events With Colgate Jayvees ' (Continued from page one) ning of the season, a relatively inexperienced Raider squad opened against St. Lawrence and picked up added poise in pushing through major contests with Dartmouth and Cornell. , Big man in the Raider setup this _;year is a 180-pound pile-driving fullback by the name of Mike Micka, who leads ...

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

upplement Support The Association's Canvass - SATURDAY MORNING': OCTOBER. 24. STATE COLLEGE. PA. Its-Vbur Penn State Christian Association "Kick-Off" Dinner Opens Finance Canvass Leaders To _Outline Campaign Plans Stein, Zartman Release Names Of Drive Workers Guest Speaker CabinetPatsi_/PSCA-Fttrtn (ZfmpOftAttrCbtteg ePtan Students Are Divided Info Sections, Divisions . Men and women students who will be taking part in the Finance Canvass. which _bmcially gets underway with the "Kick-Off" Dinner tomorrow night were released last night by Miriam Zartman '45 and Gerald B. Maxwell Stein '44, general chairman of the Drive. Students are divided into sections which in turn are broken down into divisions. Section' chairmen, division leaders, and solicitors are listed below: • ' Section I SECTIONf CHAIRMAN ' . ¦ " Herb krayDffl. , ; \ ' - ' • 1 Division Leactef:: Sam Holland > '-Sottdifpi?*:, Sani EtdlTaricT ,.'Frank : D^^_lfe;- _ri6b: £ymari. -_,, '"<-,. .- ...

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

Dean Of Men • A. R. Warnock • "The Penn State Christian. Association is one of the most effective of organized activities, partly because it is the symbol of the religious interest which from the earliest years has _characterised the student body, and partly because its several programs use large numbers of students and benefit even larger numbers. It- is one of our best examples of student government actually at work." Harmon Elected President Of PSCA's Freshman Council For Coming Year Blair Harmon was elected president of the Penn State Christian Association's Freshman Council at a meeting of the frosh group, Tuesday evening, October 20. Assisting Blair in the capacity of vice-president is George Litterer. Other officers elected at the meeting were Glenn _Conklin, secretary and Robert Boger treasurer. Harmon succeeds Richard _Titley who presided over the CA Freshman Council during the Summer semester. To date the frosh group have had 5 program. Coach Robert A. Higgins, hea...

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

Nature Lovers Suggestion Cabinet Serves Led To Erection Of Lodge j|| Pelo-MileR Two students go hiking along the beautiful country road, now flanked by a brilliant array of colors, to spend an afternoon at the PSCA Lodge which is hidden away in the forest far from the hustle and bustle of College life. Student groups hike out to the cabin nearly every week-end that the weather permits. "Penn State should have a cabin in Tussey Mountains, easily accessible to the college." It was this suggestion of an ardent nature lover that lead to the erection of the PSCA Lodge at Shinglctown Gap, four miles from State College. The cabin, a stone lodge built fortably equipped with a lounge, kitchen, dining room, sleeping quarters, and two large fire places. It was completed in the spring of 1927, and in the past 15 years thousands o£ students have gone annually to this mountain retreat. One reaches the lodge only after passing through a cool, dense forest of pine, hemlock and a heavy under...

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

Frosh Leader Jack C. Berlin "We should support the P$CA Finance Campaign because of the fine projects it rirorhotes. The orientation in college life that many freshman, including myself, had at the CA camp, has proven itself to be indisputably helpful in becoming acquainted with Peirin. State." Junior Class Proxy *v« . '- j'H i \ _« %A\M if$m >v l Jack R.Gray '.'Penn State's Student Government has been quick to support any movement that is benificial to all or part of the College and r.hould heartily endorse this campaign." Seamans, General Secretary, Leaves After 14 Years Of Continuous Service Leader On Leave Accepts Job With USA National Housing Agency Many people leave monuments behind them when they depart but very few people can go away and leave behind them living testimonial of their work. Mr. Harry W. Seamans. general secretary of the Association, who has been granted a year's absence from the CA to work foi the National Housing Agency in Washington is...

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

Do You Enow WHAT THE SOLDIER WAMTS? • Shading Cream • Shoe Palish • Sewing Kits • Stationery • Pens and Pencils • Playing Cards BUGLER KIT ASSORTMENT Si , 50 REMEMBER! CHRISTMAS GIFTS TO MEN OVERSEAS MUST BE MAILED BEFORE NOVEMBER 1 •-, College Cut-Bite 106 West College Avenue _H^*>m _+_t>im_4>_mmommo*™>*™_imm>*m<>*™_mmowm4>m*_iY^™**™^_+i*^ _^m ' ¦ " / M) tJ£ Hi) CBS 1*J4_^ f-_^reiert.1 "THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER SCHWAB AUDITORIUM TONIGHT 8:30 Curtain $.75 Admission plus Tax The funniest Comedy to be presented at Penn State in years Drop in ALUMNI CIDER PARI at Armory After the _Shov Orangemen Today Lions' Reserve Guards Leo Nobile (left) and Steve Suhey, reserve guards on Bob Higgins' Blue and White grid team, will probably see plenty of action in today's encounter with the Red Raiders. Both are sophomores'. Both tip the scales at around 195 pounds. And both f.re great d...

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

rH_^ffTfWfi"" _P3V > A rayon-silk-back«d powder mitt and a BRAND NEW soap mitt —Complete bathing luxury—Pink and blue pastel colors. In attractive box. "s _»_Tf to SOfllEB'S J POWDER and SOAP MITT cillHATlll To Tomorrow's Teas Reminding all. first semester freshman coeds to invite their Big Sisters to the teas scheduled for Irvin Hall and Women's Building from 3 to 5 p.' m. tomorrow, Helen J. Martin, "WSGA freshman senator and co-chairman of the teas, announced last night that freshmen are also urged to bring their parents. WSGA Freshman Councilmembers and all first semester freshman hall officers will act as hostesses at the teas. Jeanne Weaver, chairman of the hostess committees in Irvin Hall, announced that the shifts will be from 2:45 to 4 p. m. and from 3:45 to 5 p. m. ' Ruth Bollinger, Eileen Bragt, June First, Sally Howard, Nancy, Lenker, Gloria McKinley, and Vera Owens will serve on the first shift. . Second shift hostesses will be Nancy Gareh, Cynthia _...

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

NEW COLLEGE DINER _• _• Between the Movies + Open Till 12 o'clock 24-Hour Service is Our Motto! R E SIDES TAXI 112 S. Allen St JMAL 3421 The First National Bank Of State College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (A/e, ZJhe fA/omfn Cheers. Danpes_, And War Thoughts To parents and alumni, who are entering the secluded Nittany Valley fr.orria world of men in uniforms and tired war workers, it might app.ear that there is no war here. Students still rally around bonifir,es, cheer at football games, ' jitterbug at dances, and excite themselves oyer campus activities. College is still college. _beneath the collegiate spirit, howeyer, are serious thoughts. Men students realize, for example, that most of them will be in military service or war work either _before, graduation or immediately afterward. .Goeds know that they 'U|_-_._-r- Mm.!* _fl»L will toe _filing both women's and'|f0_^30 S _rfMSU UUD men's jobs, that they will be fighting the war, t...

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

umni eniion Keep in touch with "The Team." Restricted travel makes it impossible to see the games for yourself. Dads: Watch The Collegian for the latest news on how the war affects your son or daughter. * _• soldier keep in touch with his college Help a Penn State Penn State man in the send one subscription services. to some All for Solicitors from the Collegian _Prsssntafiion 0! 'Nittany lion' Climaxes Two Years Of Planning, Hard Work, Controversy By ROBERT E. KINTER The de'icat: on of the Lion Shrme th's afternoon will climax _>_riore tha_^ two years of planning, controversy, and hard work. Originally suggested early in the 1939-40 term by the class of _*_4t), its donors, the idea was subjected immediately to criticism. When it was finally accepted by the class after several polls and actual voting in conjunction with Spring elections in 1940. it was c'ecided that the site chosen for it; was not a good one. This controversy arose from t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 October 1942

_Revive Prohibition? Definitely Not, Say Cabinet Bans All Whitewashing Of Campus Properly Foresters Charged With Violation Prompted by the whitewashing of campus walks advertising Forestry Ball last week, All-College Cabinet voted last night to ban all marking, whitewashing, 01 painting of campus property and ruled that the Ball committee should be compelled . to. appear before Student Tribunal to answer . charges' of violating the former ruling against such action-Last Spring, a ruling was made that any person or organization wishing to use campus property for advertising purposes should first contact the Cabinet executive committee to obtain permission. It was hoped that in this way the marking could be regulated to certain areas. However, the Foresters did not request such permission and thus _wei_*e charged with violating the HUe, and must 'answer to Cabinet's judicial body, Tribunal. The new law was passed after (Continued from Page Two) Blackout Ends Weeks Of Waiting F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 October 1942

W TTl'Tns j^*^k W 'IP_^ Wtat do you Wilt to know _? sweaters! 100% All-Wool Sweaters at Jjiesa Itfyr pricey— _COAiE _IJf AND SEE 'l?W fromm's ¦ § Don t 'Forget SEND SOME Christmas Cheer 61 _^ OH _imimiiimmnimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiHiiiirtiiiiiiiwmiiiiiiiiuumi _iiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiimmniiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiMiiiiimiiimwmtiiiiiiiuuHT FHE DAILY COLLEGIAN _j "Tor A Battcre Paaa Statu "" _JQUaliliaheii 1940. Sur.crainoi- to the Penn State Coll.-ri.-in, _KSlnMinhed 1004, and tba Venn tianoe, established _18_U7. Published dally except Sunday anil Monday durinic t,h« ro«iilar ColleKe year by the atudenti) oE Tha Pennsylvania Statu Colleise. _Entered aii iiMimd-closa matl-.r July li. 1934 fit. _Hin Pont-ofCico ah Statu _Colleije, Pa., under the a«fc oi Mimdi 8, 1879, _Editor ,-sgKgftm Bun" asldi Adv. Mgc. Gordon Coy '*3 ^¦_GfflP0 Leonard E. Bach '43 IS'liliirial and Buninomi QCCiV.h Downtown _OECio._o _Carneuie Hall U_3.121 South Frazier 3C. Phone 711 Phon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 October 1942

Si wm u ¦» h mm \<_mfW Wf _ji pw .1 ¦> 11 111 if u_^i'',_^f " —IL ,'"Ll _^ n-^»_o**<_i _tm _ii —11 _WMHWIMK <=&)*_% (teenjamiii cJL. ^^tlexandev Optometrist Hours 9 to 5, Evening by Appointment Eyes. Examined 137 Wast Beaver-Avenue Phone 497!i State College. Pa, <6i —11 — a —1111 k».i—hi —11_« n«^ u<^|,_M„i_._^i-«»_.i._j_^Hmi_»i._WKi»«i'«_iwM»«««_ml««w_»xt_«»_q_^_i>? COMFORT BEGINS With Well Laundered Shirts YOU CAN DEPEND on us For Satisfactory Laundry Service mm STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beav Harriers, Five Niltanymen Tie For First Place With five Lions finishing in a dead heat for first place, the Nittany cross-countrymen romped over a helpless Syracuse harrier squad by a perfect 15-40 score on the New Beaver Field Saturday afternoon. Finishing between halves of the Colgate football contest, the Nittany thinclads amazed 14,000 Alumni Weekend and Dad's Day fans by sweeping the first five places. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 October 1942

KlHuiy _Prmftnmg •• IrwMisliing Co. 119 S. Fr _assies Si:. Dial 4868 See Us For • ALL • YOUR. YouTl- -. _- . .Shout-'v-Too When--You-Use ... Our classified columns to your advantage and results. The services it gives are many—the use of space costs so ' little. Something lost or found. Something to buy or sell. Use the classifieds. IT PAYS. II PLACE AM AD* Mil 111 ASK FOE TIE DAILY COLLEGIAN -* s W_^M llMHfe«PM The ._ioys, th« _teaxi ol war-tims romance I Another grand drama by the producers ol "Mrs. Miniver" THEWAR AGAINST MRS. _HADLEY with Edward - • Fay ARNOLD • BAINTEH !,? '_, / Ridiud NET WL. M Jean ROGERS i| ' _j g SuaAUGOOD If */ M Spring BYINGTON If / a VanlOHNSPN p f W ¦ . bobelELSOM I . _J*JW Franm* RAFFERTY , I •sSSai. Dorothy MOBBIS I Maio-#& m _<r5 ¦ _& IWi Sip 'Hon of I Senior ! ©men Woman Views War-Time England At.fHhh Dinner Seniors Louise M. Fuoss, Marjorie L. Sykes, and Lillian M. Brandt, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 October 1942

LATE NEWS FLASHES! 'lllllltilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMlllllllllllt WASHINGTON —The freezing of farm workers in their present occupations has been announced by Paul V. McNutt, chief of the.War Manpower Board. McNutt also stated the 3B classification will be given'to all dairy, livestock, and poultry workers. McNutt added that the Army and Navy will no longer enlist vital farm workers. STALINGRAD_^-Cerman tank rushes on Stalingrad were again repulsed by Red Army defenders. The Russians claimed seven Nazi tanks were destroyed in the latest action. CAIRO—Continuing their latest offensive, British armies penetrated deeply into the. defenses of Marshal Rommel's forces in German-held Egypt. United States bombers and - pilots are. aiding greatly in the offensive by blast--irig Nazi positions. ..WASHINGTON — President Roosevelt has asked Congress to reduce his salary from $75,000 to $25_i000 a year in accordance with the " proposed national-salary limitation. . ...

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