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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 November 1940

Jr? > fcjgtr. _TH*; + Famous Contralto PSCA Canvass Leaders Chosen Personnel organization for the annual PSCA Finance Canvass, which will start with the Kick-Off dinner in the Nittany Lion Inn Monday at 5:30 p.m. and end next Friday night, was revealed last night by Harry W. Seamans, general secretary of the PSCA. Three general' chairmen will head the campus canvass, which will be divided into faculty, men and women sections. Prof. Edward H. Rohrbeck, agriculture extension, will _supervise the following administration and school chairmen: Walter J. Mills, Administration; Prof. Andrew J. Borland, Agriculture; Prof. Edward B. Van Ormer, Education; Prof. Frederick C. Stewart, Engineering; Prof. A. John Currier, Chemistry and Physics; Prof. Harold A. Alderfer, Liberal Arts; Prof. Chesleigh A. Bonine, Mineral In dustries; and Prof. Robert A. Higgins, Physical Education. _^ The men's division will be comprised of Senior Class President William B. Bartholomew '41, chairm...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 November 1940

A _ Member *" _Associated Colle_&_ote Press Distributor of Golle6icile Di6est f G_;_aduate Counselor C. Russell Eok THE 4lS ill campuseer - _^mm iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Now that the poltical hullaballoc is over and Jeanne Stiles and Alice Murray are speaking to each other again, your benevolent correspondent has the following fatherly advice to offer: Advice To Republicans Cheer up—chances are the sun will still com up in the East and flowers will still bloom in th Spring. Advice To Democrats Relax Advice To Everybody Get out your fur-lined ear plugs, here comes another four years of "Mali Friends." With Sadie Hawkins day fast approaching and Penn State's lovely female contingent girding their loins to pull an Amazon Saturday, Campy has these words to offer in the nature of Advice To Males Arise, you dormant Penn State male Escape the coed noose Foo foo to Sadie Haw...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 November 1940

HURRY! . HURRY! HURRY! 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 the 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 Continues To Be Open for Business In This 'Location ONLY THE NEW SCHICK SHAVER OFFERS ALL THIS _I Sew 2-AI Shearing Head—hollow-ground to arch the skin surface—makes the whiskers stand up to be cut off—gives dose shaves 30% quicker, easier, belter. *% Flying Shuttle Shearer—powered by improved, faster motor—^ more than 14,000 shaving operation? per minute. 3 Whisk-Its—to catch all beard dippings. No other shaver offers this feature. A Brand-new styling by RAYMOND LOEWY. — world-famous _^ designer. ¦ » •• TERMS AS LOW ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 November 1940

Quality Signs PHONE 2534 220- E. COLLEGE AVE.—REAR TAKE YOUR H.PX TO SPINSTERS' SKIP Balloting For The Catch of the Campus Will Continue Until Friday $1.00 Nov. 9 9 till 1 2 White Hall Informal ORDER EARLY at !Dir-o;p a IHinii to Mother _m Mi v _ r > DUSS _IRINGS for _XiAS I 9rx X M* %m _*ruF * * > U_^G&_fc. Lenses Duplicated From Broken Pieces EXPERT REPAIR WORK PROMPT SERVICE DR. EVA B. ROAN 402 East College Avenue Opposite Atherton Hall Gals All Set To Bag Their Ideal Man He's Skipping Spinsters! * Corbin ' Peters, Robinson r ¦ -. —Mortar Board Abners Penn State men will take to their heels like Li'l Abner, above, is doing, on Saturday, official Penn State Sadie Hawkins Day. If you catch your man, take him to Mortar Board's Spinster Skip. "He's adorable!" "He's handsome!" "What a guy!" - Yep, the local gals are out baggin' their. . ideal men, and:Lou Corbin, Chuck Peters and Bob Robinson are the prize...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 November 1940

By Stores ways watched closely when they came mto the storet. Most of the articles "lifted" were small items, left on display cases. None of the merchants reported any large thefts. The store which originally suggested possible upward trend, said that nothing of much value has been taken in the past few years and only a few small items were missing this years. Van Zandt Will Speak Here On Armistice Day All 11 O'clock Classes f— ...... 7 ~ Will Be Suspended Armisfite Speaker The audience at the combined student body-borough Armistice Day program will be among the first to hear James E. Van Zandt since his re-election to Congress from the 23rd district when he speaks at the observance in Schwab Auditorium at 11 a.m. Monday-. ¦ Representative Van Zandt's subject has not been announced. The Council of Administration has ordered all classes suspended at the 11 o'clock hour. Preceding the actual program taps will be played and the customary silent period will be observed. An organ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 November 1940

_mmwlm **' Jl . _&fc i _ss^^ Jr's i _g»IC# I •>¦ p law S_& s H Some 21,500 cars and trucks are in regular day to day sen-ice with the Bell System hare bodies specially developed The great majority b y telephone engipower winches, air are equipped with and pole derricks. neers. Many compressors Each of the many in the t* types is designed to handle particular functions construction and maintenance of telephone plant. Planning, purchasing and operating the world's largest fleet of commercial motor vehicles is a bi g job in itself. Yet it is but part of the far bigger job: providing the fine fastest, friendliest service to t, the millions -who daily use the telephone & Why not give the family a ring tonight? Rates to most points are lowest after 7 P. M. any night—and all day Sunday. LC '*re »<S Cook's Market 115 SOUTH FRAZIER COOKED OR RAW CHICKEN BREASTS LEGS AN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 November 1940

Phone 2731 24 Hour Service CLARK MOTOR CO PACKARD SALES AND SERVICE Gas, Oil, Accessories Goodyear Tires Anii-Freeze 120 S. Pugh St. State College, Pa. GOOD USED CARS risk Tires Special Value Buy Now STEIN General Repair W ork and Lubrication ECKLEY GARAGE HASH SALES AND SERVICE * White Flash Plus Gasoline and Oils Famous Atlantic Lubrication Stover's Service Station 624 E. College Ave a* IP _rz r _^v- _, -_^ Where's The Fire ud? B t to one of There's no fire! I'm on my way these garages listed here to get my shape for the Syracuse game. car hi ome une, tome Celebrate November 9th SADIE HAWKINS $1.00 DAY White Hall Informal Dress 9-12 It's Not Too la\e To Ask Your Secret Passion To SPINSTERS' SKIP Sponsored By Mortar Board Shirts and Collars Should Be Laundered Now Foi SOPH HOP PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 WEST BEAVER AVE. ' DIAL 3261 SPINSTER SKIP Special Vegetable Corsages For Yom "C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 November 1940

New-Exclusive Nesfie_'s Hot Chocolate from . The Thermostatically Controlled Blending Unit 5c ONLY NESTLE CHOCOLATE IN STATE COLLEGE REA & DERICK'S SPECIALLY BOOKED FOR PENN STATE'S SADIE HAWKIN'S DAY ... GALS. BRING YOUR LI'L ABNER AND SEE HOW DASIE MAE GETS HER MAN. A\V »» :_"_& A t t 0** 0 Wl MB ID p Aa ovrkc M LI m Edgar KENNEDY _SoSiamio MORRI Bnsier KEATON _«e_*K3& 1$ _vTRi . '**** But there are times when a few words with the right person are priceless hen. such tunes come it s well to remember that you can reach almost anyone, anywhere, by telephone—quickly, easily at low cost Number, please? THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA wStw_^wf_^ Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 5:30. 8:30 2££_fiSimto ' 4 IP_^11 LAST TIMES TODAY I tm m «-* ...*. touts _HMT „, _VlOOa _^""_^_wanaww SATURDAY ONLY OQ QDICKEH YOWt_^r 1 HEAM-B£AT/_jp I ETHEL * _iNCH Wk...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 November 1940

Pepper Meets A Rival _^ m S m m _sj_» _V.-X3_J r_^_Si PiPi raw' vC_^_Ss_^_SS_$_-_^i§^ _^js*' _fcS _HBBIS_^Hi_^sl a_I_^-^^li-^^^^^^ •>-•*; v_*-v _j«i-j_<_W * _i ' _»k~_ - ' -> i - r_°_> - * *¦»._< _MV_^1fci_2*_W!^_ffl When the undefeated and untied Lion gridders meet Syracuse in Archbold Stadium today, they will do well to beware of 147-pound Bunky Morris, sparkplug of the. Orange eleven. Morris is rated one of the best punters and placement kickers in the nation, while his passes have netted his team considerable yardage. Lions Seek Sixth Straight Of "Year In Clash At Syra Victory cuse Today Archbold Stadium Jinx For State A play by play description wil be broadcast by Tom MoMahor from KDKA beginning at 2 p.m. With the drums of the first undefented and untied season in Penn State football history since 1912 beating along the bowl-bound trail, the Lions' "Seven Mountain" line generated by...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 November 1940

Speaker James Van Zandt Rep. 23rd Congressional District , The Time: tt A.M. The Place: Schwab Ayditsrta Classes Will Be Excused For This Meeting EVERYONE OUT This Ad Contributed By THE DAILY COLLEGIAN Armistice -Day-MEETING Letters to the Editor—Congratulations From A Much-Respected Reader To the Editor: Accept my congratulations upon the Collegian's coverage of the election as it appeared in the issue of November 6. This is a journalistic accomplishment of which any publication might be proud. This, added to the very creditable record you have already made since entering the daily field, gives your publication an enviable position in the field of college journalism. Sincerely yours, R. D. Hetzel, President The Women's Editor Goes On Pan To the Editor: That crack in your "We, the Women" column about Houseparty imports should go a long way toward decreasing your Collegian subscription list. We have yet to make the acquaintance of any coed who could measure ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 November 1940

STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK LATEST SCORES Both Football and Soccer Follow Your Team -at- GRAHAN & SON ESTABLISHED 1896 Soccer, Jayvee Football Scheduled For Only Home Tilts Today _illilllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllHIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII lllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllll Booters Meet Army !n Only Varsity Game In the only varsity contest here this weekend, the Penn State soccer squad will attempt to score their 59th victory without defeat when they meet the Army eleven on New Beaver Field at 1 p. m. today. Fans will have an excellent opportunity to see in actual play the power system of playing soccer as opposed to Bill Jeffrey's system. The Cadets use the power kick and rushing type of play as against the short, placement kicks and strategy stressed by Jeffrey. Only regular missing from the Lion lineup will be Alan Heck, sophomore right fullba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 November 1940

i Mfinmsv n-MT.v ! — — i « GARY COOPER DORIS DAVENPORT WALTER BRENNAN 'Hi \mmm u_^SM_^i wSfi venings Only S:30_, 8:30 f _rnn a v nm v I _* i _* _—- »»- . nr minks _#>, Profs Classified Spicy Skimmers, Kil lers-Egad "All professors can be divided into classes." declares the Emory Wheel, student newspaper of Emory University, Atlanta, and lists the following: "1. The killer type. He wants to kill off the lower third of the _class and thinks the best way is by overwork. "2. The spicy type. He has a lot of cheek and plenty of tongue to put in it. His lectures kick up intellectual sparks out of the academic flint. "3. The skimmer type. The surfacing in his courses is fine. But the foundation is weak. have to be more than a good musician to hit a high C under this poker. If he were a movie critic, he wouldn't even give the United States flag 48 stars. "6. The uh-mar. type. He doesn't know any punctuation except "uhs." For variety he throws in a "but uh" no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 November 1940

Lions Prepare For NYU After Syracuse Thriller Len Krouse Saves Day For Unbeaten Gridders Deprived of the untied tag after a 13-13 thriller with an aroused Syracuse football eleven, the still undefeated Nittany Lions began priming yesterday afternoon for Saturday's clash with another unpredictable team, New York University. The Violets tumbled Franklin and Marshall from the unbeaten ranks over the weekend. Yesterday's practice was marred by a continuous downpour which curtailed the outdoor session considerably. The Lions' outlook was considerably brightened, however, by the possibility that all injured players may be ready for the battle with NYU. Though the outcome of . the Orange deadlock may be disappointing to State followers who envisioned an all-victorious season, the courageous comeback of the Blue and White will long be remembered by witnesses of the nerve-racking tilt. It' was Lenny Krouse's miraculous pass receiving and Bill Smaltz's accurate tossing that saved the da...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 November 1940

Friday Saturday 50 cents 75 cents Friday and Saturday, November 15 and 16 7:00 P.M.—Schwab Auditorium Don't Miss the Second Showing of THE BALLOON GOES UP ANNUAL NO_V EMBER SALE NOVEMBER 12 TO NOVEMBER !6TH - , SELECT CHRISTMAS GIFTS NOW FROM THOUSANDS OF BOOKS ON ALL SUBJECTS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. FICTION ART HISTORY JUVENILES POETRY . DRAMA REFERENCE TRAVEL BIOGRAPHY LETTERS AUTOBIOGRAPHY SPECIAL DURING SALE ONLY MODERN LIBRARY BOOKS 3 FOR $2.00 GIANTS 5 FOR $5.00 KEELER'S THAUM THEATRE BUILDING STATE COLLEGE We Print- Dance Programs _ft Letter Heads;"J _# _, Circulars Nittany _> Printing And Publishing Co 119 S FRAZIER ST DIAL 4868 Member _Associated GoIIe6tote Press Distributor of , G>lle6iate Digest THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Beiler Penn Stats" Successor to the Penn State Collegian, established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 18S7 Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College year by th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 November 1940

Cabinet Serves As Nucleus Of PSCA Organization Currier '42 Heads CA Central Group Heads PSCA Cab net Cabinet Members Active On _Campus PSCA Will Be Host To 16 Universities PSCA Rated Best In Nation By Dr. Miller and Dr. Eddy Walter N. Shambach '42, M. Jean Seanor '42, and Harry W. Seamans, general secretary of PSCA, will be . the highlighted Penn Staters at the "University Conference for 1.6 universities and large colleges of the Middle Atlantic Region to be held here December 6, 7, 8. Shambach is chairman of the conference. -iThe conference,-having as its theme "Christian- Strategy for 1941," is sponsored by the Student Christian.Movement of the Middle Atlantic Region and wiU present many outstanding guests. Dr. Harold Bosley, minister of the , Vernon Place Methodist Church, Baltimore, Ml., Dean Frank Wilson of Lincoln University, Edwin Espy, general secre tary of the Student Volunteer Movement, Fred Morrow, executive secretary of the- • National Federation of Colle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 November 1940

h, y, ip ill i nOi hi 1a n >f Ji er Xi re perthe _ettei ielp; _s lif meal nev_> >n the iy thai HUH 1 se WOI self Ce A aunaa; _Dlder :hildre The ¦*nmnm is C Ql( l5i rty. Conference _ol students e CA cabii i in estab _icout trops H m ni n: _ac _JWjri h sc y a tSf/,; and jo pioneere _on_/_l; cfiT_*t .• **r — .. M_~ _llctllUU I] ichwab j :lo o'clo ims. ptir ie 01 I al a _« ! tt . cc w i.: the lin ie to _ictft c fo fres] be j frorr n i : ol e r _11 Th( town G U >nd i a _IkEsUKI a: ci m re _sh M N it a * _^ , NO_^ II I 12, j£ 11IX ¦ / J I BOOST THE PSCA N 42 n Counc r-Forum Progran i Council and >r freshman r _jspectively, h mportant part Christian As len program id Council, wl te Tuesdays v Class Meetij ¦ ' ¦ * ' . VOL. 3 _Fres And Lead The Fi Forty-Fo arid, wo: played s the Peni ciation's year. .:, The F< meet on...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 November 1940

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 November 1940

Annua! PSCA Budget Announced By Seamans The budget for the Penn State Christian Association for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1940, was released yesterday by Harry W. Seamans, _general secretary. To get an idea of the increase in the scope of the Association, the expenses have increased from $6000 in the 1925-26 budget to slightly over $12,000 for this year. Net Income $4 00 47 18 26 97 36 24 The College ._; Students and faculty Parents Alumni and friends Endowment -fund .. Miscellaneous Total 000 228 260 576 355 103 524 4 $12 Expenses Program Activities .. Lodge Campus Service Community Service . Contingent New Students Publicity and printing Religious education . Alumni .. Speakers . .7 Research Cabinet training Student conference .. Office and postage .. Social inquiry trips .. Other projects * 186. 215 34 60 151 105 113 10 270 ' 7 60 189 211 12 20 48. .84 .80 .40 .83 .43 .25 .00 .00 .65 .00 .16 .50 .81 ,19 SALARIES Program secretaries (3) $6,81...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 November 1940

t m _ii| r extend to you an invi t Friday, November c ecria n» t _s i\ \ _v BOSTOMAN BROGUES ffref.O Flexible on Delivery When feet say "bend" do your shoes obey? That's the exclusive plus of Bostonian Noru;S ian Bostonians'Flexible Brogues. The Flex- Moccasin . . Golden more sole puts life in your step wi ensure- Tweed Upper, _Baetxahr footed comfort. Yours to command in ' Finish, Sikh FL-xibk Fall's best styles. $7.25 - $11 &/„ ¦ . Of gg Shoes In Stock JACK HARPER Carey's Beaute Salon Offers You - - - A pompadour hair style — 50c A manicure to fit your personality — 50c PHONE 2071—GLENNLAND BUILDING New-Exclusive Neslle's Hot Chocolate From The THERMOSTATICALLY CONTROLLED MECHANICAL BLENDING UNIT 5c ONLY NESTLE Jeff reymen Blank Army, 5-6, To Extend Record To 59 _Sames Like an irresistible force, the Penn State soccer machine rolled over the. West Point eleven, 5-0, to extend the season's, undefeate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 November 1940

WHEN YOU CAN FLY WITH H. T. NOLL CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA'S PIONEER AVIATOR Fly With You Al The Controls. Get His Opinion As To Your Flying Ability THIS SPECIAL FLIGHT $1.00 8-Hour Dual Course . $47.20 Dual Instruction _$5 ..90 per hour Solo Flying _^ $4.90 and $3.90 per hour NEW 1940 AIRPLANES BELLEFONTE AIRPORT Give 'em the SMOKER'S cigarette and watch 'em register \^_9 ¦ COOLER, MILDER, BETTER-TASTING With Chesterfields the smoking situation is always well in hand—because Qhesterfields have what smokers want. Chesterfield's right combination of tobaccos makes it American and Turkish the smoker's cigarette. Do you smoke tht m •& m Copyright 1940, Liccctt & _Mrms Tobacco Co BE NEAT SEND YOUR _CLOTHES TO PENN STAT E _LANDRY 320 WEST BEAVER AVE. . DIAL ~ 3261 Robert 'Robinson '41 was chosen 'Catch-of-the-Campus" at the Mortar Board Spinster Skip last Saturdav. _^commendations Report Closes llree-Day Panhellenic Conference Scholarsh...

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