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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 November 1942

_lAJe. Ulie Women Are Coeds Forgetting I Their Own Morale? Coeds may think they're aiding the war effort by knitting, making surgical dressings, and buying war stamps. They are, but at this point they aren't helping their own morale. Central point on a dormitory table these days is the sugar bowl, a meager sight compared to prewar days. The contents could be increased with a little cooperation from women students. Time and time again announcements have been made in dining ihalls asking coeds to turn in their sugar rationing cards. It isn't that dieticians want the job of filing and taking care of all these books. The government has asked for them. ' Unless coeds turn in their coupons for sugar allotment, it will be the coeds themselves who will suffer. In order to supply each table with an adequate amount of sugar each day, the card of every coed should be turned in to the •dining commons head. These are then turned over to the government. Unless the card of each coed is on hand...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 November 1942

_oJUr. _tfoenjamin <=_>£. . s_^fiexander Optometrist Hours 9 to 5, Evening by Appointment Eyes Examined 137 _WpsI _Bjsvs: Avarr-'a Phon* 4375 S:_ats CoUe-Ti, Pi For Jr.-Sr. Ball Have Your Clothes Cleaned Do It NOW Hurry and get your clothes cleaned and laundered for Senior-Junior Ball . . . We have QUICK, DEPENDABLE service, Highland _SStop 220\A S.Allen Between The Lions Mac Smith Returns With DON DAVIS—Sports Editor _^_llitliiiiiiiiitiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiilitllliiiltiilliiiiiiiiiiitliitlliliiifiirrrf _iiiTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitliiiiiiitiiliililiiiiiiiitiiiiiliiiiiiiitiiiii Belated Farewell Most of this paper's columnists have already keyed their farewell comments. We seem to 'be the last. There have been too many ads on the sports page for the last few days. At least that's our excuse. Wc cannot think of a time we would rattier end our trick as Sports Editor than now. Now with sweet victory over Syracuse still fresh in our mind, and the prospect...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 November 1942

Stag-Lin m Strategy _W Adorable is the only description for our selection or popular priced evening gowns. Come in and find tJhat dress for Senior Bail. :f m A m Kn If! ft I. '$$ i ;•; *$ i _^ _t Ymiui'M Find'' It Wise to Patronize the Smart Shop Calling All Frosh'— ORGANIZATION MEETING For all those interested in experience in newspaper advertising and business. The Collegian Office Carnegie ia.j| Monday, Nov. 16, 4:00 P5CA Freshman Forum lo Discuss Leadership Leadership will be the topic for discussion at the PSCA Cabinet ot Freshman Women's Forum, in its first meeting in 304 Old Main at 6:30 tonight. Jean E. Hershberger "43, Harriet G. Van Riper '44, Claire L. Weaver '45, and Louise Ritter '46, will speak. The new Forum Cabinet members include officers from all Freshman Forum committees. Vera Owens, chairman, and Ruth Clark are in chai'ge of the program. Publicity was handled by Betty Shenk, chairman, and Patricia McClur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 November 1942

©to lathr mm (Ealimmn OF THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE VOL. 40—No. 8 THURS. MORNING, NOV. 12, 1942, STATE COLLEGE, PA. Price Three Cents LATE NEWS FLASHES fffifriffr«iiff«ffffiffififffffiiff_4iififiitfftfiiififiiiff(irfft(»_fiiii_«ffrfffr«iifiifffiif(fiifi(fifff«fi(fiireiiffffffftffiiiitf _riffifffififif ALLIED HEADQUARTERS. NORTH AFRICA—Uniied Slates troops are moving through Algeria toward Tunisia. German sources have denied landing troops in Tunisia., but reliable sources have reported the Germans to be moving large numbers of planes, troops, and guns from the Russian front. Free French forces in Tunisia have capitulated to the Allies at the request of General Weygand. - VICHY. France—Marshal Petain has protested against German and Italian invasion of unoccupied France. Pelain's whereabouts are unknown and speculation has arisen that he has fled to North Africa. Hitler declared that the reason for occupation was to prevent Allied landings on the French Mediterranean ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 November 1942

ARHQW _SfelRTS ARROW TIES _* p_^ AHBOW _TODERWEAR AHHOW _KAMDICEB._CHCEFS As shown in- _JLlIC CHRISTMAS CARD Reproduced from original paintings bv men in the armed services NOW ON DISPLAY box _assortments exclusive uie$ Mademoiselle Mr. & Mrs.- ¦ A Juvenile See _flhese before buying your cards for Christmas-' OVERSEAS MAIL SHOULD BE SENT NOW .. BUY BONDS AND WRITE TO A SOLDIER! JV IE E In E K d CAl'MAUM THEATRE _BUllUMM'G rrow Handkerchiefs rrow Shirts Charles Shop Arrow Ties Arrow Underwear FEE DAILY COLLEGIAN "F.rr X B.att'a * Penn State I ...tn_^iiahuil I'.HO. Su<:<v\.-.ir 'ji the I_'enn State Cillf'Kiiui il.li_.ilMiel 100'. .in-1 th- (•'!• >- _Uimv. _established IS.S7. _PuMishe*! _Huiiy .>\i-oi>t _Sitniliiy :imi Monday _duritijr the J'eK ill n C'dleKe yeii- liy the stil_'_Ient_;: of The Pennsylvania Stntt Oolli'i?;;. K.ntcrcl :._s secunil-clns.* mattw July 3. Hiitt at tin 8' OtTii'e at .State (.'nll—....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 November 1942

Smart Men WEL BE BUYING- . . . 'made-to-measure clothes . . . Cut to your individual specifications with style designed with "you" in mind_. _jKt& _Hifpfe H*_OLtt I'l_^_di.rtO'wHI._H 1" Higginsmen Work-Out Against Penn Plays Starts Again Leo Nobile, rugged sophomore guard, who replaced injured Bob Perugini in the starting lineup against Syracuse, will probably start against Penn Saturday. Although Nobile will start, Perugini will also see plenty of action. BETWEEN THE LONS By Today I punch the clock for the first time as new sports editor of the Daily Collegian. With this introductory column I join the ranks of that breed of Americana that goes to bed with its hat on and sleeps with a roll of- Annie-Oakleys under its pillow. Frankly, I'm a little hesitant about this business of writing sports, especially when faced with the prospect of warming up to the job on the tail-end of a football season. Up until last _ week 1 was about as familiar with the inner...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 November 1942

TODAY : FRI. - SAT MM? uvhep, hep.. Hf_!, ' as the MAJOR p|t " finds that W- GINGER lb. it no MINOR! fttf aw» . to _ftHP wwu» '-** .» c 'JH JU. a _avom IMOB ' _#_*_s Added ITS EVERYBODY'S WAR* _£> _y* LETS PLANto make it a WEEKEND of BOWLING at the STATE BOWUM CUTER hono 4082 See BUY WAR OOTIDS AND STAMPS-HE p_sca on White Hall Stall Bows To Navy 4-1 Plans New Program Fifty members of Commission III of the PSCA will meet in the Hugh Beaver Room, 4:15 today, tc evaluate the Fall's work and make plans for the rest of the semester Robert R. Dickey '44, and Virginia M. Krauss '44, will act as chairmen. • Evaluation of the Fall program of the Religious Commission will be made by Grace Gray '45 and James E. Hawkins '43, chairmen of study groups; Charles. Walker ' '46, workshop chairman; Elizabeth Funkhouser '46, chairman of. religious resources; Robert A. Frederickson '45, chairman of reading promotion; Galen S. Alexander '44, chairman of p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 November 1942

V Parly Dies; Metzger Shifts To New Slate Independents '45 Enter Wild Political Scrap The death knell tolled for Penn State's three-day-old Victory Party, - the dormant Independent '45 underwent a revival, and one of the Campus-Mixed Party's candidates switched to the new '45 slate of yesterday, as the College's wildest political campaign entered its third day. _< End of George W., Smith's warborn third party came at 7 p. m. last night, after the clique's nominee for All-College vice-president, Robert Dennison, was disqualified for not having the required "1" ¦average. Rather than enter the race three days late with a new running mate, Smith withdrew his candidacy for All-College president and thus buried the Victory Party. • Smith's withdrawal was over shadowed a few minutes later, when Kathryn K. Metzger '45, candidate for vice-president on the Campus-Mixed slate, announced she was withdrawing from the C-M ticket and joining forces with a newly f o r m e d Independent...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 November 1942

YOU CANT BEAT Tbi CORNER Uvjiiaai ? ¦ •&!. Neyhart Cites Safety Course An intensive driver education program in the schools and colleges of the nation has been suggested by Amos E. Neyhart, administrative head of Penn State's Institute of Public Safety, as "probably the only way this nation can escape a serious dearth of trained automobile drivers' at the end of the war." The country is so preoccupied with the war effort, Professor Neyhart said, that already there are indications of a relaxation of our formerly high standards. Such relaxation, when placed against the virtual certainty of a heavy increase in automobile traffic at the end of this war, poses a serious problem, in the opinion of the College's road training expert. He said opening to the public such thoroughfares as the Alaskan Highway and the . Pan-American Highway at the end of the war would bring a tremendous increase in the number of vehicles and drivers. For the most part, he pointed out, the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 November 1942

66 Baffle Filter Thrills Smokers Switch to _3/uwik USED IN MEDICO PIPES, CIGAR AND CIGARETTE HOLDERS FILTERED SMOKING New York—The scientific, absorbent f.llcr 1ms contributed mightily to the smoking pleasure of millions of men and women who have switched _^ AQSpmHstttwif"*** _i_^_KuI?r#u*HMiii-mMw _mmMn _^z.- to Medico Filtered Smoking. Actually; the smoke must travel _through _CG_^'bafflcs" before reaching the mouth. Flakes and slugs arc trapped; and the smoke is wliiH-oooled as it winds its way through the filter. _BEnUIIIE FILTERS FOR MEDICO _PAOOONLYIK THIS KD & CLACK BOX _M^^^_fK^^_i_^_i ^^ _vM_^_liKf * J AVOID THE RUSH! Get Your Formal Clothes Cleaned Early For Pitt, Junior-Senior Ball Weekend Our thorough reliable cleaning methods, keeps your clothes looking" fresh and smart. CALL BALFURD'S TODAY J Under the Cornei Phone 3-161 BETWEEN THE LIONS By BEN BAILEY Lions Leave For Philly Today ~— Gridders At Top "" He'll Block... ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 November 1942

tc A -NEW REVIEW Penn State Thespians present "Curfew Kapers TERRIFIC — DON'T MISS V Nov. 20-21 7 P. M. Schwab And _MffilllMS™ Westminster Foundation Bulletin Board 58th W. F. Music Hour Tonight, 8 P.M. Fireside-Room "Explorations in Music" An Exposition, of Modern Song. Guest Director — Mrs. Alfred Manwiller. Students and faculty welcomed. '\.:s. Presbyterian Student :••. Department Sunday. Morning. 9:30 A] _jyr., Worship 'Service followed by three Courses in Religious Education: •--*• A.. "Great Modern Christians" Dr. L. A. Peacock*- ¦ '" B: "Rural Life—A Christian Challenge" Dean R. L. Watts C. "1345 Group" Rev. Donald W. Carruthers -„ ¦ -' Westminster Fellowship 6:30 P. M. • -"Inter-American "Night" . Tuesday Night Fireside Group Fireside Room 7-8 ' P.M. ilUe. ZJke l/_Votnen They're Off—On What Track? They're off again!! The IWA has elected officers and planned a partial program for the year. Will their run this season follow in the usual circu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 November 1942

7,500 Penn State Fans Arrive To Watch Penn-Lion Fray Lion Gridiron Squad At Top Strength For Battle With Their City Cousins Nittany Students, Always Full Of Fun-That's Alumni Invade Penn State's Fast Blue Band Frank in Field Frank Buck will tell you that the meanest Lion can be tamed but the "Bring 'Em Back Alive" Man never encountered the Nittany Lion—especially at a Penn-Penn State football meeting. _L_^venty-five hundred strong Blue and White students, faculty, alumni, and friends will mass in the North Stands of Philadelphia's Franklin F/eld today to yell their heads off in the hope that sports experts are wrong when they pick the Red and Blue to walk off the field with a docile c_^t's tail in their hip pockets. -The mass State College evacuation began as early as Wednesday night, mounting to highest proportions Friday afternoon and evening _i with a few stragglers Imrrying southeast this morning. Last night a large proportion of Coach Bob Higgins followers met at the ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 November 1942

BOOKS OF ALL PUBLISHERS ARTISTS SUPPLIES All Mediums LOOSE LEAF BOOKS All Sizes Always Trade at urn vwx ftLLLLn _ij CATHAUM THEATRE BUILOINC Waj, W/ J_^_uaaesl The Following Ideal Christmas Gifts—• VICTOR RECORDS • VICTROLAS • RADIOS • MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Yours for a Successful Weekend THE MUSIC ROOM E. Beaver & Pugh State College, Pa ITHE DAILY COLLEGIAN _Meiabfr Associated Golle6*cile Press Diiiributor of Cbtleftiole Di6esi "For A Better Penn State" l-.._^:_i'»lisln.'il I_'.t'ti. Sut-i'w-sor to _tlif Penn Slav (.'•illnsian. «:.l _ihiisliBti _I'.lOl. _nxvi th.- Viv? I_.iintv. iwtahlisheil 1SS7. I'ublishol ilnily .-wiit Suiulny :m<l Monday Murine the _rea_. Ml.11 _College year liy the _stmlfiiS of Tlio Pennsylvania StuU «>ill-.'ire. _Kntorwl a.> wniul-rlns_* matter July -i. lMt at tlu J_'_oiil OITire a). State C'nlh'sre, l\i.. _innier the act of March 8, JK'/'I Editor-in-Chiei Business Manager. _Vaiil I. Woodland '44 Philip ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 November 1942

Your "Date Now . .. for Get Jr. Prom —Sr. Boll _^k featuring Charlie Spivak "The Stardusters" '+ Garry Stevens SiJKD Tax Includes! Dancing 3-! November 21 M Today's Line-Up Jlj_^ FRANKLIN FIELD— 2 P. M. _JpsSft_. (Officials: Referee—J. H. Williams, Bucknell. Umpire -a' —^" •**' _Holstrom, Muhlenberg. Linesman—L. N. Tripix_. . cian, Harvard. Field Judge—F. R. Wallace, Washington College.) «_£j*-j _w PENN STATE PENN LE RE WALTERS NELSON 86 7 LT * RT SCHOONOVER CALCAGNI 7fi S RH _-„ KANE LG . RG 55 _MOBILE GRAIN 61 24 FB c c STIFF PALAZZI (C.) BITLER 33 52 W QB RG LG MARTIN JAFFURS SHIEKMAN « 63 3S LH RT LT PLETZ MOORE DONALDSON " 72 47 RE LE DAVIS KUCZNYNSKI (C) 81 66 Penn Substitutes LH BROWN 44 FB * COLONE 40 X- Q B €ENCI 23 RH~ - -"- BANBURY 33 Penn State Substitutes Ends: Van Lenten (82), Ba . ierl (85). Robb (83). Ends: Guillen (3); Brenner (18), Brodersen James (88), Leonard (87); Tackles: Kerns (77). (22), Gregronis (29). Swan (36). ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 November 1942

Shop at Metzgers Serving Penn State Since 19.13 ATHLETIC GOODS OAMEIMS — FILMS — PHOTO SUPPLIES — TOYS — BOOKS — _CSAHIES Z •I' First National Bank Of State College Member of Federal Deposit insurance Corporation t* A Common Expression In Town and On Campus You Can Get If if Metzger's Send Hin YfHir.' . PHOTOGRAPH:; Male Your Appointment TODAY! PENN.STATE PHOTO.SHOP 214 East College Av«nue STATE COLLEGE. PA. _%41_fc$% SHOES ARE AMAZING!! Its seldom you . . . find a.shoe that can make your feet look so . » good and at the same . time feel so good, as ¦ Lady Nettletons do. Our ; Fall' selections, are here. Stop in and :see them. Foul fl. Mitten Corner Alien and . Beaver IA/en _ZJhe (_UUomein They're Off— cTo HWI With Penn' Sets Keynote Addresses Reveal Hideouts Fair 3,000 _Sftwde»nfc$ At Today's Tilt Of Greek Brothers, Sisters 3_y MILTON DOLINGER Editorial Associate Ones again Penn State students have taken matters in their own h olds. Dis...

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

3-Day Voting Begins At 12:30 Today; IF Council Elects Keller New President Swan Vice-President; Tanner Asks For Leave Henry Keller '44, was elected president of the Pennsylvania State College Interf rat e r n i t y Council. Keller succeeds M.- Will-1942-'43 . by the members of the council. Keller succeed s M. Williams Lundelius '43, present incumbent. Albert Swan '44, automatically became IFC vice-president when he received the second ¦ highest number of votes, in the presidential'balloting. Swan succeeds Robert Gammon .'43 Stuart Burns' '44, was elected to the secretary-treasurer's post, succeeding Edward Blackburn •43. Also elected , by the Council were Theodore Maier '44 and George _Pittenger 44, as general Council representatives in the IFC executive committee. Preceding the elections, Professor Sheldon C. Tanner, for fourteen years faculty advisor to the IFC, announced ffiat he hac. applied for a leave-of-absenc'e, effective next semester, and that he would thei'efore be ...

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

M Your Shirts Laundered Early tor SENIOR BALL m P@mi State Laundry 320 W, Beaver Ave. Dial 326 After JR.. PROM SR. BALL Coiner unusual vVe, Uhe l/L/omen Let's Save On e_* <!rjjf THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" _Mstnblishcd l_'.WI. Successor to the Penn _Stnfe _CoUuitian. . i-._tnblished 190-1. ami tile Free t.nnce. establish*! 1887. Published daily except Sunduy nnil Monday _durins the t_«Kular _Collet yenr by the student? of The Pennsylvania State _Oullege. Entered np pec-nul-t-lasp matter July 6. 1934 at the J'ost Office nt State College. Pn.. under the act o£ March S, _JC7D. Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Paul I. Woodland '44 Philip P. Mitchell '44 Managing Editor Advertising Manager lUchurd D. _Smyser '44 Richard E. Marsh '44 f.ditorial and Business Office Downtown Office Corneitie Hall 110.121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Editorial Staff—Women's Editor, Jane H. Murphy '44: filiorts _Editor, Benjamin M. Bailey '44; ...

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

Victory Numbers Sharing the Meal Your 2i-pound voluntary limit restricts your buying _oi these hog. cattle, and sheep meats: VV»83 _Grmrf fo-Oc'A iU-M _WSm_£_, \^«&J -if ft %:' _m m _^ _SJ wu_^ i^\^» \W'- r _ilV lllr3_bF'> '*?_S$ I _ssees!* 3 rfv'j iJi 'i ?.' p/ 0 _s/_ai _, Salvage Scrap For Victory Faculty Students I _^ j_^jr ] Urged To Push **_s_™ _v»«n 1 PAIR SHOES New Scrap Hunts "Save what, you ,have. Make it last. It may be a long time before vital materials can be replaced." This was' the message issued jpirj'tly by Harold.W. Loman, _ Colr lege salvage head, and Herbert J. _iukauskas, student chairman, last night. ¦•¦ ¦ '- ¦ Members of the faculty and-employees of the College are reminded- that the scrap .salvage drive is not over. A continuous effort is being made • to collect metals and other vital.materials no longer of utility to the College. No' written release is necessary fof...

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

Three Men Vie For All-College Post Blakeslee Urges Full Use Of Student Franchise In Three-Day Balloting "Penn State is a testing ground for democracy," Jerome C. Blakeslee, All-College president, stated last night, as he called upon students to exercise their franchise in the voting that begins at 12:30 p. m. today. Following is the complete text of the All-College president's statement: "A new group of student leaders will soon take over in All-College Cabinet to direct the policies of student life. These student leaders will undoubtedly be faced with even more perplexing problems than have been the present members of Cabinet. "It is up to the student body to elect those students best qualified to carry out these responsibilities. As All-College President I call on you students to exercise your franchise in 'the All-College elections starting today at 12:30 p. m. in Old Main. Penn State is a testing ground for democracy. You can do your part to make democracy work at Penn State...

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

Platforms Show Influence Of War Independent Clique Campus Party Pledges Best War-Time Regime Specific programs of suggested improvement featured all three platforms prepared by Campus cliques. Following are the cliques' official plans as released yesterday by the Elections Committee. Campus '44 We, the members and candidates of the Campus '44 party, realize that in these times of world chaos we must more than ever justify our existence and the existence of Penn State's student government. It is with these thoughts in mind that we present the following platform: 1 We advocate the furtherance of aid to farmers in the surrounding country by students, and the continuation of the scrap drive. 2. We will attempt to have the parking lot in front of Rec Hall re-opened for student parking rather than let it stand empty all day and if this is not possible, will attempt to have the Liberal Arts parking lot reopened for stu dent parking. 3.--We will try to have the time for calls into...

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