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

We _^Jke Women Of A Change, Frosh! D0Y0UKH0W > ¦ - M At FKOMM'S you can get Suits and Topcoats styled for you in 100% All Wool alt a sale price you can afford. _$24 up • Society Brand « • Clipper Graft • Worsted-Tex fromms OPPOSITE OLD MAIN HUE DAILY COLLEGIAN "Far A Better Penn State ¦ ¦ •'._<tiililiKhp._l I'M'). Successor to the Penn State _Cullosri.in. f.-i-ililiaheii 1904. ami lh>^ l-'_iw „nnce. established 188". _Published ilailv exi-eiit Sunday and Monday during the res. ulir Collage year by the students of The Pennsylvania State _<';<il)enre. Entered as second-claw matter July 5. 103-1 at the I v, M-. _Oitice at State College. Pa., under the act of March 8, 3 >¦¦!'.). Editor-in-Chief Business Manager _JMul I. Woodland '44 Philip P. Mitchell '44 Managing Editor Advertising Manager Diehard D. Smyser "44 Richard E. Marsh '44 « — . ——— ¦ —•—^———iMitorial and BuBineaa Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 11B-121 Sou...

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

WE HAVE _:;••; _mamr ' tMl M* ft _lUV7M:P* _TW*...l_&mB.., IJ Sfe..1 - " '-_^ _W__Hr! F _i ¦ ss IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT Pennsylvania Greyhound Lines wish to announce to FOR CHRISTMAS .. ORDER EARLY FRATERNITY RINGS G, BALFOUR CO. -at- CHARLES SHOP 109 S. ALLEN STREET BETWEEN THE LIONS By- BEN BAILEY Lion, Indiana Harriers Tie For National Honors Lions Await Bowl Bid After Beating Pitt That Pitt played its best game of the season 'against State was the unanimous chant of every Smoky City sports writer in' the press box following.the 14-6 Saturday finale. According: to Alex Zelenski, sports editor of the Pitt University News, State normally, would have been several touchdowns better than the_*14j 6 Score indicated, but the ' unexpected -display of good blocking and tackling by the Panthers not only made a scrap of an otherwise dull afternoon, but kept most of Penn State's backs from even breaking into Sunday's newspaper stories on the ga...

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

ARRID Can Be Purchased at m & DERICK INC. . ALLEN STREET Next to the Bank Clock I-.'..'.N®W- f*»der_^rm- ' _& Cream Deodorant •:y;-j ¦ ¦ .- ¦ safel y _l,.'• ¦ .:. ••;- ¦;.;: . Stops Perspiration 1.' Does not rot dresses or men'i shirts. Does not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 3; Instantly stops perspiration for ' l ' _tcj 3 days. Prevents odor. . 4. A pure _^ white, greaseless, . stainless vanishing cream... . 5. Awarded Approval-Seal of ' Americanlnstitute of Laundering fo'rbeing harmless to" ;:•-. fabric."' '_____¦__¦_ O_7* ajar >_ sr««ya'«5 Also tti 10_^ jam ™~'"tuv T""**J _^K _^ GuaraSteeab _jf_^ - Good Housekeeping _y^_ -^^^_'^^^._^m ^^^ * _iidiciaS Will Lift ("¦ reshman Customs Ail 5:45 Tomorrow ' _Frtsh Coeds Will Gel Thanksgiving 1 O'clock Freshman women will "take it off" beginning at 5:45 tomorrow oCternoon according to an anujnur _jemant last night by Marion O. Doughei-ty '44, WSGA judic...

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

For What God Has Given . . . Let Us Be Truly Thankful - An Editorial THERE IS A PRAYER we would .utter now—as Thanksgiving comes again to America. A prayer we live and feel and know—but cannot find the countless words—the million tongues and voices to repeat. IT COMES FROM THE CENTURIES that have moulded this nation —and made her great and strong. It comes from the _cattyons of towering cities ... from the echoing quiet of countless city . " . streets from the roaring tumult of industry . . . and a fisherman hauling his nets. IT IS THE HEART OF A NATION—giving humble thanks. For blessings we cannot measure. For gifts we cannot appraise. It is a people —saying- in one reverent voice: "Thank God I live in America." IT IS A PEOPLE AWARE, as never before/ of the greatness of their nation. The wealth of her resources. The riches in her lands. The strength and courage and unity of her people. A people giving thanks for a nation built from a wilderness -to limifless power. To stand fir...

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

ME DAILY COLLEGIAN A Leanand Hungry Look "Toe X _Better Penn Stata" • ¦ ¦'l._tabliahcd 1!M<). Suoo'vsor to tha Penn Stat..! Col l.'trian. 4 ,.l;il)liBhai 1904. ami thi> Free Lance, _established 1837. _J_'_uldiaheil daily except Sunday and Monday during the vex-. ¦lil/n- Collefire year by the students of The Pennsylvania State _fJolleue. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1931 at the *.\>st Office at State _College. Pa., under the act of March 3, 1.R7-.1. _, Editor-in-Chief Business Manager _Vuul I. Woodland '44 Philip P. Mitchell '44 Managing Editor Advertising Manager _lUchurd D. _Smyser '44 Richard E. Marsh '44 —• 1 'I I' ' 4 'ditorlnl and _Buatnena Office Downtown Office _Carneaie Hall 119-121 South Frnzier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Staff This 1»9UB W,Mi:i(rinir Editor , Stephen Sinichak ¦ New * Editor Peter Scott "Women's Editor Alice R. Fox rtssintant Women's Editor M. Jane McChesney _AsMiHljint _Advertising Manager : LeRoy Winand _*tii- ' .i._1ua,...

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

_U+>\_itk_+_riWi*i'tt. '&_+** ¦¦ «>*• _{._iww.._* .. Mi'. 1'Al*-'_-_^'-_"_-*,! _$w Christmas _Biiy H ipi An 4_rfow SHIRT Charles Shop BITWEEN THE _ilONS Soccermen To Meet Temple f°«r _flpw Gain IM Decisions " , By BEN BAILEYrS/_ioi ts Editor • In addition to a topnotch football team which max yet peddle itself to some bowl sponsors somewhere before the post-season appearances are all billed, Penn State again has another cross-country team that can stand on its record with the best in the natioa_. In winding up another dual-meet season with no defeats Coach Chick Werner's boys took second in the IC4-A's behind Rhode Island Stale for their best showing since 1930, and then went on to tie much puffed Indiana Saturday, at the same time shoving third. V tjl V V V t '. ' ... :-.. v._j... '¦ ¦>)»-. ¦ -_»" ¦ , _, . ¦ . .. - . Several big "ifs" kept the Lion . thinclads . from making .the.».victbrya solo affair. H Mac Smith could have knockecLa...

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

\AJe, ZJke lA/otnen What Are You _MKir Urges _Cseds h WSGA HoHie-Fra Funds To Be Divided • Among Three Groups Announcing December 2 as the ¦ , official opening of the annual i < 'Jiristma:: drive sponsored by * V/f_>GA House of Representatives . 'ind _Freshman Council, Patricia j )>_ener '44, speaker of the House, j O.-i ._it night urged ail coeds to con- '. tribute and pointed out the in- i •_vreased importance of charitable i. Measures in a wartime world. I. "In times such as these, coeds U i-hould realize that a few cents Jfrom them might mean real hap- £ V 'mc.ss to some one lers fortun- j: ate," Miss Diener stated. ( V Beginning December 2, the '¦ • >) chive will continue through De- j;; comber 9. Funds collected will be fi divided among Mrs. Hetzel's em- Pj crgency loan fund, Mifflin County ti Child Welfare Fund, and American. Women's Hospitals. . Money will be collected by room to room soliciting by presidents of dormitory • units, and tent...

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

Director Honored I Prof. Arthur C. Cloetingh, head of the department of dramatics, was elected to the Executive Council of the . National Drajnatics Conference the past weekerfd in New York. Professor Cloetingh, director of the Players' show _^"Ghosts" to 'be produced this weekend, is also national secretary-treasurer of Theta Alpha Phi, national dramatics honorary fraternity. Players Signboard Acts For Showing Of Ibsen's 'Ghosts A shadow has been cast over the campus. .Best seen from front steps of Schwab Auditorium, the shadow emanates from a.dead man. who., appears-4 asi'-av-n>inute-Shrdu' ded figure, in. the'background ' while his- baleful influence stretches out over the lives of his wife and son. This is the scene, introspective as it is, pictured on the huge signhoard that has advertised over 9 Players' shows. Now doing duty for "Ghosts," the omniscient sign depicts the central theme of Henrik Isben's great play. As moving and as timely a play today as it was w...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 December 1942

It's A Penn Stale <*!_£* Th CORNER Unusual THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Betl** Penn State" Vj.tai>li»hci_1 l'.'ln. Succ".*!">r to the Penn State _Collusion, « ,.i iblishcd 1004. and _tli.' Fii!« Lance_, established 18S7. .1'iblisliod daily except Sunday ami Monday durinx the resell.. ,,- _Collexc year by the student* of The Pennsylvania State ¦ « /'>)I _' .vje. Entered n» seond-clnm matter July 5. 10.14 at the l._'_o.l. Office at Statu _Colleare, Pa., under the act of March 3. « 07:1. Editor-in-Chief Business Manager , Vaul I. Woodland '44 Philip P. Mitchell '44 Managing Editor _Advertising Manager 11!¦ chard- ' " 0- _Smysar *44 Richard E." Marsh '44 _4"Jil.)rlnl and Business Office' Downtown Office Chrnesie Half 119.121 South _Frazier St. . Phone 7U Phone 4372 Staff This Issue WiLii!i!{_iiiu Editor This _Infcue : . :. _! . . Seymour Rosenberg W.. »)is Editor. _IJAlckfey Blatv. "Women's ' Editor Joun- Piollet _yN.viiiatant Women's Editor Sel...

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

IWW _tyftfp Riady Students _granted war loans may call for their second subsistence, check at the Bursar's office this afternoon. Deferments of all v ' spring semester fees must be in the Bursar's Office by Saturday, December 5. NOTICE To All freshman Business Board Candidates Important Meeting ,. ROOM 9—CAjRMEGIl JJAU 4 0 clock Today BETWEEN THE LIONS By BEN BAILEY Booters Lose That 6-1 thumping our soccer team stumbled across in its seasen finale at Temple Saturday doesn't bruise nearly so deep in light of the shovings-around suffered on the gridiron by such parties as _Boston College, Army, and Georgia Tech. ' iSven searching for an alibi for the ' Jeffreymen borders oh rank child's-play 'when one tries to envision the type of tale which the Boston College football coach will hayW ,to angle for after last weekend'. Qther. than the fact that Temple really walloped us all ' oyer the ftejd' Saturday, there isn't much one can volunteer for our showing;; Temple c...

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

WSGA Postpones Freshman Meeting WSGA'S second attempt to offer some sort of class celebration for freshmen women was blocked last night when-Mrs. Curtis Bok recently announced as speaker for a meeting set for Monday, December 7, wired that she could not be present at the affair. Because " crowded conditions in dining coeds rooms make it impossible to hold the annual freshman banquet, WSGA, cooperating with PSCA, began plans for a substitute affair, a women's mass meeting with Mrs. Bok as speaker. Although no third attempt is intminent, the general committee, composed of representatives of WSGA , PSCA, and WRA, stated that they considered 'the event postponed rather than cancelled'.-Since coeds- , will not have the opportunity of hearing Mrs. Bok Monday evening Ruth M. Storer '44, WSGA president, urged that they attend chapel services Sunday, December 6, when the put standing Philadelphia woman will speak. _^ "Hearing Mrs: Bok will toe an unusual opportunity for _SPenn State wome...

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

Navy V-5 Examining Board To Visit Campus Friday Siu.den.ts May Obtain Artist Course Tickets At Annual PreSale Tickets for the forthcoming Penh State Artists' Course will be available to students, faculty members, and residents of State College at the annual pre-sale to be held a week from tomorrow, 'Dr. Carl E. Marquardt, committee chairman'' announced last night. Purpose of the pre-sale, which is iheld annually,, is to eliminate some of the inconvenience that subscribers have had to go through , to get their tickets at the final sale. • The pre-sale will not use . the same system, of _mimlbers used at the final sales. 'Dr. Marquardt s'tated . that the same' problems would be created in conducting a pre-sale with a number system as h_3ve arisen, in the final sale. The system will therefore be eliminated. During the Spring semester the course will consist of three high quality performances, as yet unannounced. Prices of tickets will be $5.00; $4.40 and $3.40 for a' series of thre...

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

NOTICE To' All Freshman Business Board Candidates important Meeting ROOM 9-4AMK6II _HAU 4 O'clock Today * Senior Banquet School 01 dhemistry - And Vhfsics - Nittany Lion Inn Thursday, iec. 3 8:30 "Ntt. - - ¦:, _• All _Seims0irs of _School of Chemistr and PMysks are urged to atteiu OTE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A. Bettor Penn Stale" "._^.tiibliaheil 1 H-li). Sui'C'!-""!- to the Penn Stn_'.e Collegian, < ,.i ibliehed 1901. ami the Free Lance_, established 1837. _PuMished daily except Sunday and Monday during the resTiil-ii College year by the .student? of The _Pennsylvania State I i'dlfijo. Entered :_is second-elan? matter July 5. 1934 at the l.'o.ii; Oltioe at State _College, Pa., under the act of March S, 3 !!7 I Editor-in-Chief Business Manager _J._'uurt I. Woodland '44 Philip P. Mitchell '44 Managing Editor Advertising Manager _Iti chard D. _Smysac '44 Richard E. Marsh '44 • , —— — -. — _._., ¦¦—— - ¦ i ¦ (_Milj)Hal and BusineM _OEtica Downtown Off...

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

PENN STATE CLASS RINGS L. G. Balfour Co. 109 S. Allen St., in Charles Fellow Shop #oi> _^Afid or _^ rJ-er _s\mad \~f ift You will find most everything your heart desires here at our _headquarters For .... _Xmos Gifts Charles boOjp BETWEEN THE LIONS By This time it was the Shanahan C. C. t Better known as the Penn State Big Four—or.„Cordon-Stone-Smith-Karver-et al—this outfit set up another upset last weekend by sneaking into the back yard of the New York A. C. and the Millrose A. C. and embarrassing the city lads by copping the National AAU Cross-country Tournament held in Newark, N. J. ¦ * - , Unfortunately, the fellows couldn't represent Penn State in the •National meet since they lacked the necessary quorum of Blue and ¦White runners,- and didn't have any gas to put in the car they didn't have. Undiscouraged, however, ihey set out to find a' cigar store to sponsor them, and wound up by becoming the Shanahan C. C, of Philly, adding two more trotters in Dav...

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

Parael Council lllecls _Geartiarl. Alumnae Advisor Coeds Urged To Aid national War Effort Mrs. C. R. Gearhart. Alpha Xi ))'\bi, was elected Panhellenic Council advisor to succeed Miss )li ' ith H. Zang, assistant dean of Wiimen, who previously served in two capacities — representative from the office of the dean of women and alumnae advisor. Miss Zang will continue . to be V.mhel advisor from the dean's idalf. This meeting was the last of Die semester, according to President Beatrice M. White, '44. While Miss White is studentkviching next semester, Martha E. .Tames, '415, Panhel vice-president . 'Did rushing chairman, will accept _presidential duties. :J_3)2FENSE WORK All sororities were urged to co-; -onerate in the Panhellenic de-Voise stamp drive by procuring •lueviously designated quotas of .:-;lamps at Student Union as soon a.-; possible, Miss White stated. • Coeds were further urged to attend bandage rolling class _ii which are being * held on the first floor of the Home...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 December 1942

Hammond Says Army Will Call Reserves Soon Engineers Hear Dean's Statement at Lecture In a short talk to the junior engineers today in the Electrical. _Engineering building, and. at a • 'meeting of the Industrial Engineering Society last night, Dean 'Harry P. Hammond outlined what . 'will probably happen at the College next semester as far as stufdents in the School of Engineering are concerned. Hammond said that according 'to the information he has receiv-•! ed, the Army will begin calling ' its reserves to active duty, beginning some time next _semester. The Navy, however, he said, has ¦ stated that it plans no changes in ¦ itj present program. If the Navy does5 not change its plans, this means that only those ' registered in V-5 will be called in the .near future. At the present 'time, the Navy will not commission a man who is not a college graduate. . The . Army reserves will be called according to seniority, . Dean Hammond said. That is, the seniors will toe called first, ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 December 1942

Smart Men WILL BE BUYING . . . made-to-measure clothes . . . Cut to your individual specifications with style designed with "you" in mind. _3«# _flripft W. Collage Avew State College- > Select Now! I! BOOKS FOR CHRISTMAS SOMETHING SUITABLE FOR EVERY MEMBER QFTHEfAflltY BOOKS WRAPPED AND MAILED FREE 10 SERVICEMEN _EVERYWHERE AND WAR BONDS! Whatever else you giva . . . give Wni' Bonds, too . . . (A gift that will bring you grateful thanks at Christmas 1952, ns well as this Christmas Day) ... A gift that increases In value year by year... A Gift that spells security ami VICTORY. KEELERS CATHAUM THEATRE BUILDINC VUe, J he lA/omen I Christ mas havings Could Equal Quota Even though the accelerated piogram loaves few loopholes i'or umal frivolous parties and celebrations, cood dormitdries, co-operatives and sororities are no doubt planning to squeeze in _:> Christmas party some time during (he next few weeks. • Lest their plans include fancy or even ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 December 1942

ARROW TIES ARROW SHIRTS -W_^ ARROW UNDERWEAR ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS VICTOR FAVORITES make this a RECORD Xmas! Everybody's Favorites GILBERT AND SULLIVAN TSCHAKOWSKY ALL MODERN RECORDS Onlii Authorized Victor Dealer in State Collegt THE MUSIC ROOM Glennland Building, _> Stat* _Colles LETS PLAN to make it a EEKEND of BOWLING at the STATE BOWLING CENTER _sorrow SHIRTS Can be purchased ifi All sizes —All styles — All colors Charles Shop BETWEEN THE LIONS Bv BEN BAILE 15 Win IM Boxing Titles In Final Bouts Candidates for Track Ail-American Mention Coach Conger Calls •> v ->X< - > < 1 i:» _j;t »;» Johnny Jaffurs, lBS-poind Lion _guard, leaped into national prominence when he was given honorable mention on the Hearst All-American football team for this year. Jaffurs was amnn ? six guards to receive this honor. No Lion gridders were voted to _<he first or second teams in this selection, and only one Pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 December 1942

39* _i _*" Good Housekeeping/^^ _^_k ^^ 'mm Tl'S « _ck& Ob Jit iff B^*" CHARLES SHOP • >• «»w_*w<wn!U»MWi9_KnvSU_«: "_"""_^ oLadu i lettleton SHOES Vmap»S:i'M_'.o fltifeh brawn cuU, th_< class to '_'musr" in* every wardrobe. _r ui paw _vias pjjj _prederit USER GHOSTS December 4 and 5 8:30 p. m. SCHWAB AUDITORIUM Idmissi-tm—-55c including tax ARRID Can Be Purchased at RSA & DERICK INC. ALLEN STREET Next to the Bank Clock Diry Statistics Are Life Savers ; To Students Who Use Loan Fund Editor's Note: This is the last of three feature articles describing organizations which will receive contributions in the annual WSGA Christmas Drive. Eleven pairs of glasses, 51 fares paid for students going home, 15 traveling expenses paid for job interviews, 23 loans made for books or shoes, or 18 loans for graduation expenses reads like dry statistics. However, to the 223 students who have in the past two years ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 December 1942

Students Now 18 Sign December 11 On Sixth R-Day Boys Eligible in January Register on Birthdays Students who have reached their eighteenth birthday since the last registration will be compelled to register in the sixth Selective Service registration scheduled for December 11 and continuing through the month. " Registration will take place at the Selective Service office in State College, and in the event that a special place on the campus for registration is established, an announcement of the fact will be made in the Daily Collegian. Schedule for various groups follow: ¦ Those born on or after July 1, 1924, but not after August 31, 1924, will register during the period commencing ¦ December 11 and ending December 17. Those born on or after Septem ber 1, 1924, but not after October 31, 1924, will register during the period commencing December 18 a*_jd ending December 24. Those born on or'after-November 1, 1924, but not after December 31, 1924, will register during the period be...

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