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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 November 1940

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Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 November 1940

The Daily Collegian Reduced to 3c On Sale A*—CoJfegian Office—Student Uniefl—Sandwich Sbtp—Graham » s—Mittany Hews—Toa|el's Constituents For A Successful Houseparty See Ihe Thespian show Friday or Saturday night. 2. See the fifth straight victory lor State's'red-hot'football team. 1 Rave one of our delicious steaks or roasts lor Saturday dinner Miller's Market FREE DELIVERY 104 WEST BEAVER AVE. " DIAL 775 ALL KINDS OF PRINTING FOR EVERY OCCASION • Name Cards • Letter Heads • Dance Programs Nittany Printing & Publishing Co 119-121 S. FRAZIER DANCE Geo. Sheckler and His Orch. FRIDAY NIGHT. NOV. 1 si. Red and White Tavern 14 Mile east of Milesburg Route 64 EXCELLENT FOOD WINE—BEER—LIQUOR Stellar End _is Lloyd Parsons, varsity left end, will be in the starting lineup when the Lions face the Gamecocks. Phys Ed Alumni To Hold Third Annual Meeting Alumni of the School of Physical Education and _Athletics will hold their third annual meeting in ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 November 1940

WELCOME GAMECOCKS Try Our Luncheon Special 35c NEW COLLEGE DINER ALWAYS OPEN > THE _MTTAHY LION INN Meals In A Refined Manner At A Reasonable Price A Place On The Campus For Those Connected With The Campus Make This Yow Stopping Place This Weekend As Always THIS IS HOW SMALL THE FELLOW FELT WHO FORGOT TO TAKF. HIS DATE TO THE CORNER. _yjh A Hearty Welcome /fr To Our Guests ! ! S_^ WHAT TO DO^? _omlhy mm excellent SERVICE _mmm _PRtcf s Three Cwens Attend Two-Day Ohio Convention Miss Helen Faust, first president of Cwens on this campus, and former assistant to the dean of women, was reelected national president of Cwens at a convention held this week-end at Muskingham College, New Concord, Ohio. Margaret R, Roberts '42, junior advisor; Louise M. Fuoss '43, president; and Marjorie L. Sykes '43, vice-president, delegates to the convention, discussed Cwen activities. Snow White and Claire H. Hildinger '42 as Prince Charming. Parade judges were Mrs...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 November 1940

I _en_^_rTTTJTVair _rtwr v ,-¦ .'>ix-i _sniuni/ i 1 I A ujnr_. '' ' -. * • i •¦_-'• -*•> . ¦ ' - -. --;_J? -_— "_dtWrnm_+ m_^_Zimm r_*_tC "v / \ ' -_* _ik_^_ME Evenings Only 6:30, 8:30 I Tnn«VA»iv - ' i _twuAi unxji i I _: i _i . _t: GREER GARSON :7 _^ LAURENCE OLIVIER 7 ;; —in— .. - -.7 JANE AUSTEN'S; 7_:_^S Pride and Prejudice' _OAlU l 1 nVA _WA.UX < --| I , I _mmwsrrmm =_« >flCK...with a _BANGj ^^ _JOpMHI _^ _« _^ and HUGH HERBERT -SSS*''**'_? . fef _iS _hiiibu_^ _S?^ ¦7v-._ws;«'.Jr js*. - _t: V.'I_'-sksflBK? . and are we proud of that handsome Go Oxford shirt! In fact *\e have proudly sh _college men for generations—and today _Arrows is still the favorite tc win on any campus. Gordon Oxford lias tlie famous button-down Dover collar, Sauforized-Shrunk (fabric shrinkage less than 1%). Invest §2. today in tills time-honored celebrity. Another buck will buy an Arrow tie to top it off. See your Arrow ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 November 1940

Line Only Junior In Starling MIKE GARBINSKI—Penn State Guard Probable Starting Lineups Position left end left tackle left guard center right guard right tackle right end quarterback left halfback right halfback fullback Penn State Parsons Stravinski Garbinski Gajecki (c) Mori Piatt Vargo Patrick Peters White Smaltz South Carolina Urban E. Caiter - Patrone Sossoman Ki'ivonak Applegate Stan Nowak Elston . Grygo Blouin Arrowsmith Referee—W. H. Friesell, Princeton. Umpire—R. B. Goodwin. W&J. Linesman—F. E. Carrol, St. Bonaventure. Field Judge—A. K. Marters, Dartmouth. Undefeated Lions Are Set For Intersectional Game With South Carolina Today Mueller Selected To Sponsor Drive On Room Lighting John E. Mueller, past president of the Edison Electric Institute and manager of commercial sales for West Penn Power Co., has been selected to head a Rooming Illumination Week drive, Dr. Arthur F. Davis, associate professor of physical education and chairman of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 November 1940

m HAVE THEM ALL DAY 5,6,7 P_, _November 2 . Steaks At The 11:30-15313 Saturday, hose _dtiaey ALL 'AMERICAN _MIHSKEUfil veryone s Going To See THE BALIQON _GOfS THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Belter Penn State" Successor to the Penn State Collegian, established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 188V Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College year by the students o£ The Pennsylvania State College. Enterod as second-class matter July 5. 1934. at the post-office at .State Collese. Pa., under . the act of March 3. 1879. Editor Business Manager Adam A. Smyser '41 Lawrence S. Driever '41 Women's Editor—Vera L. Kemp '41; Managing Editor —Robert B. Lane '41: Sports Editor—Richard C. Peters *41: News Editor—William E. Fowler '41; Feature Editor —Edward J. K. McLorie '41; Assistant Managing Editor—Bayard Bloom '41: Women's Managing Editor—Arita L. Hefferan '41; Women's Promotion Manager—Edythe B. Rickel '11. Advertising Manager—John H. Thomas '41_; ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 November 1940

HOUSEPARTY GUESTS . MAKE THE DAIRY STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS THIS WEEKEND FOR GINGERALE — SPARKLING WATER AND ALL MIXERS FRESH CIDER BY THE GLASS. ' QUART, GALLON OR KEG Also A Complete FOOD AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE THE DAIRY STORE CORNER ALLEN AND BEAVER STS. DIAL fill WELCOME GAMECOCKS fry dur Luncheon Special 35c Dinners 48c to 6Qc BLUE & WHITE 220 E. COLLEGE AVE NEW COLLEGE DINER ALWAYS OPEN HE NITTANY LION ENN Meals lit A Refined Manner At A _Reasonable Price A Place. On The Campus For Those Connected With The Campus Make This Your Stopping Place This Weekend As Always Six lessons In _fefaEinfi 'Hat' Weekend Perfect *Por Those Little Items She Forgot Rea & Derick * F6rK those Cozy ChdU Away from the Crowd Rea & Derick * For Excellent Meals That Are Easy On The _Attowdrite Rea & Derick *For That Gift To Help Her Cherish The Weekend Rea & Derick * For the Chance To Try the Newest in Perfumes from Ou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 November 1940

The Daily Coll egian Reduced to 3c On Sale At—Collegian Office—Student Union-Sandwich Shop—Graham's—Nittany News—Yougel's MARITIME NEWS i The S. S. Markland is ready and ship-shape for its scheduled Houseparty run. Fun and entertainment are guaranteed for all passengers during our continuous cruise of untroubled waters. Show your H. P. date one of the wonders of Centre County. The only passport necessary is your matriculation card, HOTEL MARKLAND BELLEFONTE. PA YOU NAME-THE-STORE CONTEST CHOOSE A NAME FOR A MEN'S CLOTHING SHOP $15 First Prize and Five Consolation Prizes _1. The name must consist of 3 words. 2. First word of the name must be Charles. 3. In 'base of ties the answer postmarked the earliest is the winner. 4. There is no limit to the number of entries. Answers Must Be Postmarked Not Later Than Friday. Midnight, Nov. 8. Reply to Charles Peinick, 109 S.Allen St. I TONIGHT THE BALLOON GOES UP (lark Wins Races In Swimming Meel copping first plac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 November 1940

Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co Automotive Supply Co. College Hardware Co. Central Penna. Gas Co. Children's Shop A Friend People s Furniture Shaffer Stores State College Sheet M C. J. Rowland E. G. Wasson Dr. Stewart Graham & Son Hann Watch Co. Dr. Hummer Jack Harper Jim, Tom and Bud D. King Motor Co McKee_'s Market W. H. Marshall Paul A. Mitten Dr. Nieman Fromms Opposite Old Main State College Jack Frost Insurance Phone 4211 Paferson Hosiery Shop _mifany Printing and Publishing Company Hi _Ya AH, South Carolina! ? L s Make It Row! > ions, Let: Five In A Penn State extends a sincere welcome to the Gamecocks of South Carolina. After the scare the 'Cocks threw into Duquesne early in the season and in the camp of Clemson's great gridders last week, we feel more than cetrain of seeing a royal football battle on New Beaver Field today. South Carolina always fights hard ! It's been many years since the Nittany Lions have won the first five gam...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 November 1940

Let 'Her' Know What Goes On At Penn Stale Daily Collegian The _$OWONLY.$2.00 - _. ; Subscription* On Sale At Student Uniffi a, AFTER THE GAME EAT AT THE CAMPUS RESTAURANT CORNER COLLEGE AVE. AMD PITCH ST Lion Jay Vec Gridders Downed By Navy B Team At Annapolis /6-0 Homecoming For Them Undefeated Soccermen Try For 58th Victory Against Middies Today Today at Annapolis the Lion booters will battle it out with an always unpredictable Navy eleven that has consistently held the Nittanymen to a one point margin and in recent years has almost upset the undefeated record of Penn State's greatest athletic team. In both 1938 and 1939 the Lions managed to score only one point more than Navy to provide the necessary margin for victory over the Middies. In 1938 the Nittanymen edged Navy, 1-0, and last year the Sailors lost, 3-2. Navy has played four games this season and has beaten Virginia, 7-0, lost to Gettysburg, 2-1, tied with Dartmouth, 0-0, and topped Duke, 2-0. Both t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 November 1940

Lion Yearlings To Baffle Cornell Cubs Af 12 ?G Today Pelrella Leads _Niitany Bac_^lield In Yardage Pepper Petrella ir, leading the Nittany Lions in ground gained for the first half of the gridiron cam . paign, a summary of the figures for the first four games revealed. The flashy ball-carrier from Downington has carried the -ball 73 times in four games and has piled up a total of 386 yards, has lost only 36, and has an average of 4,9 yards per try on the basis of net yards gained. Len Krouse's -speed on reverse runs gives him the highest average per try for any back on the squad. The shifty wingback has carried the ball 21 times for an average of 7.9 yards per run. Second only to Petrella in ground gained is veteran tailback Chuck Peters who is averaging 5.3 yards per attempt or a net average of 183 yards in 36 tries. Craig White and Ralph Ventresco stand second to Krouse in average-per-try with identical marks of 5.9 yards. T.C. Net. Ayg. •Krouse 21 165 7.9 Ventresco 7 41 5...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 November 1940

® Adventure ^& 2&_C. KC tff* m. with a Cast Also Includes Mischa Auer Albert Dekker Broderick Crawford You Can't Afford I To Miss THE BALLOON GOES UP The Tomb ©fa thousand TERRORS! Unl,.r.ol _Pl«t« m with _3S® DICK _\_Jg M FOR AN L" f PEGGY _V /\ M 0 R A N * ? _K\ It's _v U// fA Eerie! Shows at 1:30. 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 I TODAY ONLY WED. - THURS. WILLIAM POWELL MYRNA LOY —in— I Love You Again' Evenings Only 6:30. 8:_3C ( TODAY ONLY \ ential _yt^^ Willkie _Givlrr VMM AsRoosevelfNeisS5_^S ... -:_£&?' '¦'¦i "With election fires fanned to|ffi_^ sizzling stage and politicians pulses? racing as election day draws near _^ Wendell L. Willkie bowed slightly.; to President Roosevelt in thesec-; ond Daily Collegian- presidential_, poll but, he still controlled student and faculty sanction as the next White House occupant. i The OOP presidential candidate captured 761 student-faculty votes; for a 55 percent ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1940

Someone Go Hungry ._^i^^^-txV Mai _K r- ^^-W _* V~"_-_W _x_^ >;,!l 'v_^ _^ ' _>_r .-~'-C _«_, _^ 0_^ ,W " —-_^ S GO HOME TO VOTE. YOUR VOTE WILL COUNT. THE GALLUP POLL SAYS THIS WILL BE THE CLOSEST PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN 24 YEARS. ernities $850 Raccoon Coat Reported Stolen . An unprecedented wave of rob beries and petty thievery whici swept through the College's fraternity houses during _Housepartj weekend came to light yesterday The Locust Lane section was reported to be hit mainly as Chiei of Police John R. Juba continued to unravel the cases as they were brought before him. Still missing were numerous articles including a girl's raccoon coat valued at $850 and various sums of money. Negligence and refusal to take heed of previous warnings were given by Chief Juba as the main causes for the thefts. The tremendous influx of out-of-town visitors and the usual carelessness which characterizes Houseparty affairs make it very difficult to trace _3ither th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1940

White Hat! 9-12 Nov. 9 Price Sf .00 Balloting for the CATCH OF THE CAMWIS Wil! Last Until Thursday. He Took You To _Hoirseparfy Ask Him Now You to SPINSTER SKIP i |- WHISPER "" 1 ' _CAMPAIGN ¦ HI _iiti? _ata ivbl& r _i n t i 1 n mm * *l Member _ftssocioted Colle&idte Pre? _Distributor ol Colle&ialeDi6esf THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Slate" Successor to the Penn Stats Collegian, established 1904, and tha Free Lance, established 1837 Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the _regular College: year by the students o£ The Pennsylvania Slate Collese. _Entered as second-ciass matter July S. 1934, ut the post-office at State Collese, Pa., under the act of March 3. 1379. Editor Business Manager Adam A. _Smyssr '41 Lawrence S. Driever '41 Women's Editor—Vera L-. Kemp '41: Managing Editor —Robert H. Lane '41: Sports Editor—Richard C. Peters *4l: News Editor—William E. Fowler '41; Feature Edito...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1940

ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS ARROW SHIRTS _^y_<M& ^^^—=_t MEN'S APPAREL 146 South AHen St., Diagonally Across from Post Office ARROW TIES ARROW UNDERWEAR Have You Tnea ... Real Italian Spaghetti Also STEAK DINNERS BAR-R-QUES At The CROSSROADS RESTAURANT BOALSBURG Beer will nol be served to any party of which a minor is a member. Your registration card is necessary! YOU NAME-THE-STORE CONTEST CHOOSE A NAME FOR A MEN'S CLOTHING SHOP $15 First Prize and Five Consolation Prizes 1. The name must consist of 3 words. 2. First word of the name must be Charles. 3. In case of ties the answer postmarked the earliest is the , winner. 4. There is no limit to ihe number of entries. Answers Must Be Postmarked Not Later Than Friday, Midnight, Nov. 8. Reply to Charles Petnick, 109 S. Allen St. Balfour Jewelry Office X'ontimu-s To Be Open for Business In This Location When it comes to a popular vote it's always ARROW r_? _» s X HERE_^_. ¦ i :-\ *t....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 November 1940

order EARLY Balfour m Office LOCATED AT 109 S. ALLEN (Same Location) CLASS RINGS XMAS ID rap a Hint to !(_o!foe;r ©ir Dad _*_$ IM 22_S. _COMMUNITIES _IN PENNSYLVANIA _ENJOIN _SUNBAY MOVIES # 0_r "5 _JpP' 0 V TE FOR SUNDAY MOVIES F. iVO V, (_ELECTION DA Y TUESDA _*w y because-the law _^Sunday Movies increase employment limits the working week to six da> before 2 P. M _*The law specifies that no theatre opens football, auto *If ***x\V profe ssional baseball tennis gv*_i, ALL the people acing are permitted, why not give the right to Sunday recreation? SUNDAY MOVIE BALLOT m SURE AND GET THE SEPARATE V STUDENTS! Tonight s the Night The Opening of the ALL-COLLEGE DANCING CLASS November 5 and Every Beginning TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ARMORY 7:30-8:30 TICKETS ON SALE AT DOOR—S2.50 re_, The Women Miss Fix Advises Lovelorn Coeds DEAR MISS FIX: .1 am f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 November 1940

Roosevelt Holds Landslide Lead In National Election; und Movies Defeated, 2-1 Keller Stresses Personality Trails "No people should have the privilege of self government unless they are fit to govern themselves," declared J. Orvis Keller, assistant to the President in charge of extension, before 800 freshmen in Schwab Auditorium last night. In emphasizing the duties of citizens inHhe United States Mr-. Keller pointed out that a citizen must share the burdens and responsibilities as well as enjoy the rights and privileges that a democracy offers. Mr. Keller told his audience that colleges in the past five years have begun to realize that intelligence without character is valueless. He advised the freshmen to improve their character while in college, because in later life they would be judged to a great extent by their individual traits. "Men are distinguished from each other toy their character, personality, and courage. It should be the aim of every college studentto acquir...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 November 1940

We Print ... _^ DANCE PROGRAMS LETTER HEADS CIRCULARS The Nittany Printing and Publishing Co. _H9S, FrazierSt. Dial 4868 YOU NAME-THE-STORE CONTEST CHOOSE A NAME FOR A MEN'S CLOTHING SHOP $15 First Prize and Five Consolation Prizes 1. The name must consist of 3 words. 2. First word of the name must be Charles. 3. In case of lies the answer postmarked the earliest is the winner. 4. There is no limit to the number of entries. Answers Must Be Postmarked Not Later Than Friday, Midnight Nov. 8. Reply to Charles Pelnick, 109 S. Allen St. Balfour Jewelry Office Continues To 'Be Open for Business In This Location CLASSIFIED SECTION JEWISH STUDENTS —Kosher meals available at reasonable rates. Call 4161 for reservations. Mrs. Stern, 217 E. Foster. 6tpd Sat-Tue-Thu 11-14 DID YOU KNOW that the first coeds, six in number, were admitted to Penn State in 1871? romm_* Opposite Old Malir- State College The Thespian Show, Froth And Minsky Thespians put on one of their best shows...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 November 1940

"HS ft* • J O* A A C \ M( &&_M 5 "Delicious and refreshing,"—ice-cold Coca-Cola never loses the freshness of appeal that first charmed you. Its clean taste is exhilarating and a refreshed feeling follows. Thirst asks nothing more. ¦ _^ * *AV$l THAT REFRESHES Bottled under authority of The Coca-Cola Co. by COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF ALTOONA FOR PROMPT SERVICE IN STATE COLLEGE—CALL 3919 <s i m-Out of Life For More Fun Chew Delicious GUM Daily DO _UBLEMINT _~, to oi ohewmg »*»*^ rf _douBUMOT GUM ! ' • _Tne velvety smoo toes « DeUcio_«, ' . . • adds to the _natatdtarf_^ „* ,?' _ocotinj_. rea._miut _too ^^yo» do - teel refreshed . • -f ""* , inexpensive treat . '. •;. . Chewing this he _aHhful, me P _^ _. _^ I ;-,.. ' helps sweeten your 1»"_» _^ altractive. &„ ; iron . . . helps _^ r_^thM, delicious &«_£ - Treat yourselt dauy i_« £1-;' DOUBLEMWT GUM. LIKE SADIE HAWKINS Catch Your Man A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 November 1940

'GIRL FROM GOD'S COUNTRY Starring CHESTER MORRIS TODAY - THURSDAY COME AND HOWL THEY'RE MR. AND MRS AGAIN!! ! WILLIAM POWELL MYRNA LOY I LOVE YOU AGAIN Evenings Only 6:30, 8:30 _Tuiiocnsv pomsv I mmm£...xoHAHTK ADVENTURE! CMttof Artists _prfrtenf _^ JON HALL _® _^ ItfNNBARi _<0 - MM ANDREWS--'-_^ Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 M MILDER COOLER, BETTER TASTE Ihere are three touchdowns in every of Chesterfields for smokers like your pack selt The first is a COOLER smoke . . . the second score for Chesterfield is BETTER TASTE . . . and the third and winning score for any smoker is Chesterfield's REAL MILDNESS. The reason Chesterfields satisfy is in their right combination of the finest tobaccos grown.. .the perfect blend that you 'llfindin no other cigarette. They really Satisfy. MAKE YOUR NEXT PACK CHESTERFIELD ?{m auft'twf a _T_$_4foGfacwtft CopTrignt 1_M0. Lrecm & M«»» Toucco Co _CMHAUMHBHK Shows At 1:30. ...

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