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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 November 1940

Pitt Pep Rally Tentatively Set Encouraged by the excellenl •turnout for last week's NYTJ game pep rally, Walter A. Sottung, head cheerleader, and Arnold C. Laich '41, All-College president announced that, if current plans are successful, a similar rally and bonfire will take place Thursday night on the- Jordan Fertility Plots to give the Nittany Lion gridders a rousing send-off for the Pittsburgh game. Definite plans will not be made until the Cabinet meets tonight. However, _preliminary arrangements are being completed, according to Laich and 'Sottung. "We're going to have the Blue Band, cheerleaders, and plenty of wood. There will be an effigy of the Pitt -Panther to burn. Bob Higgins and all football players will be on hand," said Sottung. "We should have a great attendance and I believe it will be a bigger and greater rally than last year's," he said.' Hope of having President Ralph D. Hetzel speak at the rally was expressed by Laich and Sottung. If available, Carl P. Schott...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 November 1940

Hallowe'en Witches Grown men and women who laugh at a child's •fear of Hallowe'en witches riding across the face ' of the moon can experience much the same feel-•ing over what happened at Coventry in England last Friday. No child could imagine the destruction that those thousands of glinting darts brought to Co</- entry under the full moonlight. However, because they are both human, adult ¦and child , alike can understand something about 'war. They know from their own experience that even the meek and the mild will tolerate only 50 ¦ much oppression and then will fight back with the most vicious weapons at their disposal. They have known, too, the big boy who always wanted to fight but was beaten when someone finally tried him. They have known, too the quiet boy who, once give lie had to fight, took and kept on to win. all his opponent They know, too, that a nation is rum a lot of human beings added up nothing more to act as one. Healthy Reaction Collegi...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 November 1940

Lei Us Solve Your MILK PROBLEM With PURE, WHOLESOME MILK MEYER MILK R. D. 1 " 4220 We Print • Dance Programs • letter Heads • Circulars \ Nittany Printing and Publishing Co : 119 J. Frazier St. Dial 4863 Announcin 8 _T_^umbers December 9 - February 11 H. - March 17 - April 17 Great I PAUL R OBESON A HEIFETZ >/ JASCH y CLEVEl LAND ORG s/ANNAKASKAS Plan to purchase tickets for this years ARTISTS' COURSE THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLE. WHY PAY MORE WHEN YOU CAN FLY WITH H. T. NOLI CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA'S PIONEER AVIATOR Fly With You At The Controls. Gel His Opinion As To Your Flying Ability THIS SPECIAL FLIGHTS LOO 8-Hour Dual Course $47.20 Dual Instruction $5.90 per hour Solo Flying $4.90 and $3.90 per hour NEW 1940 AIRPLANES FOR CHRISTMAS BALFOUR BRANCH STORE < Presents "A Thousand Gift Suggestions" FRATERNITY JEWELRY At Location IN CHARLES' FELLOW SHOP 109 S. ALLEN ST DID YOU KNOW that Penn State is the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 November 1940

ANNOUNCING m ~_$ZL THE ANNUM HARVEST BALL included) 9lo 12 Price $1.00(checking Friday _Gtoiroeir 6 armory Music By THE CAMPUS OWLS Watch tor Announcements About Harvest Ball Queen Selection Wanted and _Offers _RIDO In_&_ertsons £or this column cost 10 cents and -must be _received at the Collegian Office by 3 p. to. the day pr<^ ceding publication. Only the essentia! facts, destination, time of departure_, and name of student will be used. _7_oJa: H.W.—-Ride wanted. P.W.—Passenger wante-I . L—Leave: C—Call. N.Y.C. or Conn.. t__>_t 0 R/W 27 after 10 a.m. C 237. 5051. _Offden room riday. 5 p.m. C P W.—Pgh 4119. L _< S_' o\ Ip RW Phila. L m after Dec 1,C Dick 480 Fet, !R Lehigh Valley. Thank W 2661 giving. C—Pittengei 2, Erie, Thanksgiving. C R._A Steva 2030. R.W.—Phila X.—Nov 23. C Dotv 881 R.W.—N.Y.C Kampe 3337 Thar.Ksgi C ir.2 Thanksgiving R.W.—Phila...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 November 1940

Speaks Tonighl Dr. Paul Popenoe will speak tonight and tomorrow night on problems of marriage and marriage relations. These lectures are sponsored by PSCA and held in Schwab Auditorium. Next Legislature Due For GSA Fight Special to the Collegian HARRISBURG, Nov. 19—A political free-for-all which no doubt will include a fight over the GSA buildings on the Pennsylvania State College campus is on the bill of fare for the legislative session that begins in January. "; Leaders here, who have expected it ever since the Democrats won a majority in the Assembly, are sure of . it after the fighting statement made at a Butler (Pa.) . Democratic victory dinner last Saturday by David L. Lawrence, Democratic national committeeman from Pittsburgh. In promising a sweeping investigation, of the James administration, the former state Democratic chairman said, "We are going to find out why the state can't open the hospitals and institutions which the Democratic . state and national administ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 November 1940

T_^ _^ AU COLORS W $1.00-$1.50 KALIN'S MEN'S SHOP (30 S. Alien Street FOR THAT COtlJ PITT STADIUM BOTANY WOOL SCARFS $1.95 THE DAILY COLLESIAH "For A Better Penn State" _Successor to the Penn State Collegian, established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 183" Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular _College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1334. <>t the post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March S. 1879. Editor Business Manager Adam A. Smyser '41 Lawrence S. Driever '41 Women's Editor—Vera L. Kemp '41; Managing Editor —Robert H. 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. Eickel '41. Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office 313 Old Main Bids- 119...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 November 1940

| lf a»_% gaBi wmmiiiiii—¦ ' ¦ ^__ _^_2\ -_¦_£_ ____ _-^>° UNO ItffflO _iZlW_& * _£g"i_£ _&M_# &»* _ f- _rs_. , _" T—-_>_= ^^B!__ «—a EH«-| _O_^_O $10.20 Richmond -•¦ •y 6.70 _PhUipsbutg. »•J - 8%4o New _Y«k. 13.35 Boston .¦ ¦ _ 3.35 Sunbury 5- _ s WUkes-Batie • ••• _^ Berwick 5 8_s Scianton 8 _gj Binghamton ••• •• 49Q New Alexandria .. $ 2-a0 Mioona 1.7S X-yrone 4.80 _Gieenabuxg 5._s Pittsburg*1 8.65 ¦Cleveland 17.10 Chicago \ . 2.90 petroit 3.25 Harrisburg 5.86 Baltim°re 6.70 ¦ Washingi°n 3.45 Johnstown " w College State Hotel *^ _ r^\ ____. _^-sa_^_A.. ii College Ave. and Allen St PHONE 733 4r __ 02_W\ a3**f_^:_"_& y. iPi Add Zest to Your Daily Life | Chew BeRciows _| INT GUM | DOUBLEM long-lasting flavctt t daily helps | j_^d chewing this nealtnim _ne r-*_r V___-___tf____i_ BEAT _PIH!!! Show Those Panthers How To Play Ball MAZDA LAMPS SUNBEAM- SHAVERS ELECTRICAL SUPP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 November 1940

Dorolhv Robert Proton '1 IAMOUR • PRESTON • FOSTER m *'W _v'-m •• ¦_«—.:_E__2 & comm-lor all patrons of the 1940-41 son opens THE PENNSYLVANIA IT'S THE MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA -YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR!! ! ! DON AMECHE BETTY GRABLE —in— (Down Argentine Way FILMED IN TECHNICOLOR RIDES * «- Insertions for this column cost 10 cents and must be received at the Collegian Office by 3 p. m. the dar preceding publication. Only the essential facts, destination, time of departure, and name of student will be used. Code: R.W.—Ride wanted. P.W.—Passenger wanted . L—Leave; C--Call. ( R.W.—(2) New York, Thanksgiving. C—Muriel, "Mac Hall Em. 319. 5051: - . R.W.—DuBois, Thanksgiving at noon Wed. C—Dixon 2316. R.W. —(2) Erie. C—Steva 2030. _t;W.—Phila. L—Nov. 27, C—Ralph S. 2535. R.W.-_^Phila. L—Wed., Nov. 27, 1 p.m. Return aft. Dec. 1. C—Dick 840. R.W.—Phila. L—Wed., Nov. 27 12:30 p.m. Return Dec. 1. C—Feldstein_323. R.W.—Scranton or vicinity. L—after 12...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 November 1940

Challenges Winner ouch Football Fray *&&. _ _ 1 _ycj&mj _s^^ _aM ~ _*tA " f r / / < V . ' , < I _Ut y-A >«- _ a* _ i¥ _# J ir- # I* 11 {.•SI » #¦&- - A _r _# 1/1 _^ II 5 J S i ¦ _$ \ a v 's ^'_S,_^x-ai»'/ THE COLLEGIAN TROPHY 5,000 Fans To Turn Out For Mammoth Rally Today Prexy Grants Half-Holiday Their request for a Saturday 5,000 football-mad students hoping to see their football team complete its first undefeated season since 1921 , will swarm over the Jordan Fertility Plots tonight in a mammoth bonfire pep rally expected to put last week's celebration to shame. The rally will start at 7 p. m. Guests of honor will be the football players who leave Friday morning for Pittsburgh where a Penn State team has not beaten Pitt since 1919. Aroused by word that Pitt students, just as enthusiastic over Saturday's contest, are wearing "Beat He ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 November 1940

A Word To The Wise To you Campus Cuties that plan to step out on your boy friends for a late date with that Pitt Fraternity man who was your one-and-only this summer, -a word or two to the Wise is sufficient . . . stay out of the Playhouse (everyone will be there including the three other fellows that rode down with you) . . . then when he finally catches up with you and starts bawling you out all over the place . . . make a mental note to stop in Mc-Lanahan's when you've back in the comparitive quiet of State College and straighten things out with a Gift of one of the many usable _Seaforth items on sale there . . . shaving mug, after shave lotion, men's cologne, talc, deodorant powder . . . all items one buck per throw . . . yes, and they're mighty smooth. Goodbye Again Usually reliable statistics (Dr. Gallup please note) show that 20 % of the male population making the annual trek to Pittsburgh will pass out sometime or another during the week-end. For those 80 % who don't...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 November 1940

DRY CLEANERS AND TAILORS Under the Corner Dial 3461 TO PITT GAME GREYHOUND SPECIAL COACH Leaving 30 P.M. FRI., NOV. 22nd Reservations Can Be Made At HOTEL STATE COLLEGE Up To Noon, Friday. November 22nd GOOD LUCK AGAINST PITT You Have Al! That If Takes For Victory We're Always Behind You. Don't Forget To Have Your Clothes Cleaned For Thanksgiving Don't Reach For The Headache Tablets—- IT MAY BE YOUR EYES Have A Scientific Eye Examination Dr. Eva B. Roan 402 E. College Ave._^ 672 60-Game St Captain Bill Smith Offers Nq_, Excuses For His IC4-A Defeat Captain. Bill Smith failed in hi: attempt to. regain the IC4-A cross_, country : championship in New York Monday, but he went dowr fighting: Although there may have beer a number, of things which contributed to his defeat, the mighty little Penn State leader said, "I have no. alibis." Hemmed in by a stream of 5C runners at the start and running on a cold day, which is fatal - tc Smith's ability to w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 November 1940

Do You Look Your Best In The Classroom! £ Look as well during class hours as you do on a date—it's just as important. A complete line of sportswear may be found at the new State College Smart Shop. Come in and see our wide selection. I SMART SHOP 123 S. ALLEN STREET ONLY TEN SCHOOL DAYS TILL HARVEST BALL Friday, December 6—Armory—9 to 12 Price $1.00—Checking Included. . Music by-THE CAMPUS OWLS To Vote For The Don't Forget HARVEST BALL QUEEN Gigantic Sale!, Glamorous FUR COATS TWO DAYS ONLY Today and Friday Mawson—DeMany Forbes E. College State College Encore Memt Or Cram . Artist, ¥oy Mysi Know The Language By RUTH ( There may be what is known as an intercollegiate language which links one school to another, but ¦ just be stranded on an alien campus some day and you'll find yourself trying to translate pet words that simply won't jibe. Tl the Dean called you in his office to say you were "getting stabbed" (Wesleyan U.) or "catching ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 November 1940

! /»*TA MY1."~ _STAT FC02££ 27 Shopping Days 'til Christmas See Page 8 Lions Invade Panthers' Lair Tomorrow Pitt Is Last urdle 5,000 Cheer Lions At Gigantic Rally 7,260 Enrollment Breaks All-Time College Record For Unbeaten Gridders _Dom_^r_, 1Q10 I 30,000 Will Witness Remembers 1919 _*.«<•. . n m New Figure Is 60 Over Last -Yean Total A new all-time record enrollment of 7,260 students was reported yesterday by William S. Hoffman, registrar. The new record, surpassing the previous high of 7,200 - set last year was achieved in spite of the discontinuance of one of the five undergraduate centers maintained _bj the College. The combined enrollment of the -remaining undergraduate centers at Altoona_,' DuBois, Hazleton, and Pottsville is 481, as compared to a total of 556 for five centers last year. •With all but one class showing an increase-over last year, the student body, exclusive of undergraduate centers, special students and graduate students, totals ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 November 1940

NEW BASEMENT STORE ROOM HEELER'S NOVEMBER BOOK SALE ## Hundreds of Books On Sale At Reduced Prices. Select Them TL - 'I - •• _* " mm HiaillUyiVEBiy Vacation Transportation GREYHOUND LINES WILL AGAIN PROVIDE BUSES WITH SEAT RESERVATIONS Which Way Is The Borough Government Headed? Which way is the borough headed? Keep your eye on it and you still won't be sure. Like Janus, the two-faced Roman, the borough agents of law and authority are headed two directions at the same time. This being 1940, we will call the one face "Putsch" and the other "Appeasement." "Putsch" came out last fall with the announcement that all-night parking on the borough streets was creating a fire hazard because it would block the engines if they were to answer a call in the wee hours. "Putsch" continued with the announcement that the statute against all-night parking would be enforced in order to remove this fire hazard. Then "Putsch" set about the task of enforcement and on one bleak night t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 November 1940

ARROW SHIRTS ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS _^£_^ MEN'S APPAREL 146 South Allen St.. Diagonally Across from Post Oiiice ARROW TIES ARROW UNDERWEAR niricc Wanted and K!M» offered Insertions for this column cost 10 cents and must be received at the Collegian Office by 3 p. m. the day preceding pnblication. Only the essential facts, destination,* time of departure, and name of student will be used. Code: R.W.—Hide wanted. P.W.—Passenger wanted . L—Leave; C—Call. Harrisburg—L—Wed. C.—Are lene Sanderlin, 2988—r. New York City—-L—Wed.—C —Berger, 2495—r. New York City—L—Wed.—.CVarenelli, 3412—r. Washington, D. C—L—Wed noon—C.—Fisher, 3446—r. New York City—L—After 10 a m.—C—Sara Kouri—2593—r. Chester or Phil.—L—Wed. p.m —C—Mike, 4171—r. - Harrisburg— L— Wed.—C — Ruth, 436—r. Berwick — L — Today — C. — Houck, 2210—r. ¦ Phil.—Wed. after 11 a.m.—CTink r 3328—r. Berwick—-(2)—Wed.—C— Luke 881—r. _~ Western N. Y. State—L—Wed —C—Breisch, 2148—r. Stroudsburg— L— Wed. C—Willard, 3331—r. PASSENG...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 November 1940

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of j Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation V 1 ci Only One Rival JASCHA MEIFETZ How To Watch Pitt Lose Takes One Easy Lesson Expert Advises Coeds _fc ~ ~\ On Football Repartee BY R. HELEN GORDON Since so many of you coeds are anxious to see the Nittany Lions tear the Pitt Panther apart tomorrow, it's advisable that you acquire some pointers on how to watch this football classic. Being a Lew Lehr protege and expert on cigarette quarterbacking, it's fitting that I pass on my advice on how to be a super-spectatori ' After shoving through the stadium entrance, snagging your hose, and getting a bedraggled mum, your date drags you. to the top row of the bleachers, and prepares to enjoy the battle. It's a good idea to buy a program and study the names and numbers of the players. Search through the pictorial until yovf spot a name that looks familiar or a good-looking chap you wish you Shew, alid 'watch' for him during _tfte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 November 1940

Best Wishes For A Victory Over Pitt And An Undefeated Season! Dresses Of DOWN THAT PANTHER! COMPIETE— • SMOKERS' NEEDS • NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES NITTANY NEWS STAND 112 WEST COLLEGE AVE Prepare Y.our Car For "Happy Motoring' To The Pitt Game GAS GENERAL REPAIRS OIL LUBRICATION ANTI-FHEEZE TIRES AND TUBES ECKLEY GARAGE 116 SOUTH MCALLISTER STOP THAT PANTHER! QUALITY • Cleaning •Pressing • Laundering HILAND SHOP 220_W S.ALLEN Let's Go Lions!! We're All Rooting For You College Cut Rate Store 106 W. COLLEGE AVE Wave Those Panthers Down ! ! ! Look Well Groomed For Those College Formats. Try One of Our Distinctive HairStyles. FOR APPOINTMENTS DIAL.2286 HOTEL BEAUTE SALON OVER THE CORNER ROOM TWIST THAT PANTHER'S TAIL Tobacco Candy Magazines GRAHAM & SON Mix With The Athletes R&D Rise and Defeat the Pitt 'Panther' ReaandDerick's ALLEN STREET—NEXT TO BANK CLOCK BEAT PITT You Have The Stuff !o Win McKEE'S MARKET Fresh Fr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 November 1940

1POULTRY mmrnM_) \& _sg_^ We wish to announce that we now have in our fattening pens our own Poultry for the Thanksgiving Holidays. These H>irds . will be killed by us and sold to you "table dressed—fully drawn and cleaned inside and out, with head and feet removed. Because these birds are weighed and sold aiter cleaning, you pay for only the usable part of the fowl. COOK'S MARKET cbazier;,st8eet;: ; ~ -:,::r .i:' '?'S-^^*^&&:_£_oii_£_&E College Seal Jewelry ~ For Christmas See Our Complete Line Of. LOCKETS, BRACELETS, CRABTREE'S Lion Gridder lop Others In All Departments Penn State's undefeated and once-tied football team has a decided edge over its seven oppon-2nts of the season in all departments, total statistics released this week reveal. The Lion have the greatest advantage in the net yardage gained by rushing, with 1670 yards against 400 for their opponents. In total yardage gained by rushing and passing, the Blue and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 November 1940

Bmters Face Undefeated Temple Squad Here Tomorrow Temple Last Game For Five Seniors _llllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIUlll _lllllllllllllinillllllllllll! Illlllllllllllllllll!lllll [l!lllllllllllllll!lllllllll!lllllllllll!lllll When the Jeffrey men take thr field against Temple _tomorrov five varsity seniors will be play ing their last game for Penn State. They are Captain Walt Hosier man, Don Durain, Bobby Ernst. Van Hartman, and Zen Laskaris. Hosterman will conclude hi third year of varsity soccer wit'- tomorrow's game. Walt, an allaround athlete, is a star track ma' \ in the spring. Teammate Zen Lafkaris says of Walt that "he is a - good a captain as any team eve • had. We all enjoy playing wit' him." Walt sparks the team from the right halfback post. Don Durain never played soccer before coming to State. Wher Don came out for the team in hi junior year he hardly knew ho\ - many men there were on a team He soon found out, however, anr' made the _> varsity the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 November 1940

CsXeiurn KDngagemeni _Gf_^ g THE CLEVELAND SYMPHONY OR CHESTRA will play one of those return engagements which it regards as the best testimonial to its artistry. In 22 years, the orchestra has played 856 concerts in 25 states, Canada and Cuba. Those of you who heard the Cleveland Orchestra last year enjoyed its thrilling performance and those of you that did not attend should this year's all means hear it on ARTISTS' COURSE THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE K i — rf—- a 52 SAHT_* -MVJ **_£_* • _Gm» a '•5 _JTATT COJIBCB t v % IThe Little Old Gentleman 1 1 Wants To Help You Make 8 to; w ¦ ti v •*» ._A __ „_ oar .__ J I ' Your Christmas Shopping 3 I £asj 1 g Yes, it's time once more to go through that annual ordeal of Christ- S k? mas shopping. Shopping need not be such a task . . . there's no need §5 S to rush from store to store at the last minute to pick up a few much || H handled, left over gifts. By starting your shopping early you ...

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