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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 January 1941

_uiiiiuiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ¦ m m _f*\f- _f* II ¦ r\_, I |_, Midyear Commencement Investigation KJX Collusive Bidding Committees Announced May Involve GSA Work Done Here ¦ Commencement Midyear -committees in charge of distribution of caps and gowns and invitations were announced' last night by William B. Bartholomew '41, senior class president. Co r chairmen. of the caps and gowns committee are Frank W. Stanko" and Peter G. Fetzko, who are aided- by William G. Burket_, David I. Finkle, Frederick R. Ernst _s Edward C. Sucher, Ger-,ald ~ B. Bready, and Frances J. Bride.. The invitations committee cochairmen are Richard M. Geis _^ " -singer,-and Frank M. Piatt, Jr. with Norman H. Hayes, Jr., Lewis C. Cavalier, Mack A. Dick, Spurgeon K. Condo, Stanley L. Marcus, and John H. Jenkins as members. Orders for caps and gowns and invitations should be placed at Student- Union from 9 a. m: . t°d.ay.,until. _l.P-;m - _Saturday.. uiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiinii...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 January 1941

Burgess Meredith Star of "Mice and Men" Is A Heal Comedy /Find- @^HB Cathaum Theatre Now p, _ailiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiin THE. jg_| - CAMPUSEER <_mmt (_iiiitiiiimuiiuumumiiimmmuiiiiiiiiiumimiumumiiiimimiuuiiiiimniHiii Postlude Nineteen forty was notable- for battle, blood, bombs and blitzkreig. But to us it will always be the year Effie was chosen Summer School Queen. They Say "I'm so full of corn I don't undress to go to bed I just shuck myself." Roy Rodgers. "This guy Hugo Bezdek is a fine chap; he set us up down at the Warrington Ir_.n Saturday night.' Rusty Earl and Art Thormann. "After all. Ohio U is a long way off." Charlotte Lipman. explaining why she wears her phi ep pin from Ohio University inside her pocket. "Besides, it might put a hole in my blouse. You know, he gave it to me-on our first date." "I never played post office." Alice Murray. "I haven't been in the column for ages." Jane S...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 January 1941

(and Every Night) AT MAPLE INN (Formerly Flat Rock) On Route 322—4 ML Above Port Matilda Towards Phillipsburg THRILL To These Song Hits "Love. Of My Life" "Poor _^Mister Chisholm" "I AStf Hep To That ' Step" ^^ i_^_ss_^ _Cathaum Theatre' PIayinB • HOCKEY CAPS / - - Now 35c Formerly 50c _^3 146 S. ALLEN ST. TERMS OF SALE: CASH • NETTLETON SHOES Now $7.85 and $9.85 Formerly $10.00 and $12.50' • TAYLOR-MADE SHOES Now $2.95 and $4.95 Formerly $5 00 and $6.85 • SLACKS Now $2.95 to $6.85 Formerly $5 00 to $8.50 Now 29c, 39c, 79c • SOCKS Formerly 35c, 50c, $1.00 Formerly $1 50 to $3.00 * TOPCOATS and SUITS Now $12.50 io $24.50 Formerlu $2.00 • PAJAMAS - Now $1.65r $1.95, $3.95 Formerly $2.00, $2.50, $5.00 • SWEATERS - Now $1.55, $2.35, $3.25 Formerly $2.00, $3.00, $4.00 • HATS, Now Half Price, Now $1.95,2.50,3.75 Formerly $3.85, $5.00, $7.50 Now 79c and $3.95 • GLOVES Formerly $1 00 to $5.00 January Clearance Thursday, Fr...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 January 1941

*«*" i Offered .if P.W. Every wjeekehd to and from Phila. Leave phone' number. Call Andy 4102. . See Fred and Pauletle Do The . "DIG IT*.' Tha Newest-Ballroom Craze « Cathaum Theatre p "* JS ?>_£ W w 1 With MfGHW ADVENTURE ws At Ii30_^ _OsOO, _Gs30, 8:30 WE'RE BRINGING i . IT. BACK . mm- comes THE'NA# —STARRING lames. Cagney Pat fjririei Evenings Only. 6:30, 3:30 i.i»ee Saturday Only at 2:30 Complete Overhaul Of IM Scoring Is Propose_^ Varsity Men, Managers *44 Coed Ta Take Prize _feaitfe • To- State _Sliow May Be Cut From Tally By JEANNE AV-jUi a tilth ji)ace in the Penn-«>*?a niaSta'teJFarm -Show in Har-*»:.1>urg'last year and first prize in life Huntingdon Cunty round-up iftsl' year,. Dorothy M, Boring '44 will Trot three of her four Hamp-4*ire . lambs to the State Farm .Show in Harrisburg the week of _January 20 to vie for another honor **or-winning- first prize for her _^x-u in 4be Huntingdon show Nov ember 23...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 January 1941

Reference Room Ind Ed: 350, 251. Journ: 1, 13, 14, 15, 16, 21, 35. 40, 42, 70 Math: 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14,20, 29, 30, 100, 431. Mech Eng: 5. Metal:- 54, 57. . Mineral: 40, 55, 468, 485. Mining: 463. 464, 493. Phys Chem: 541. Phys Sci: 1. 7, 8, 390. Phys: 211, 212, 217, 218, 231, 232,. 240_J 261, 262, 267, 268, 281, 282 ' ;--356; 290; 305, 306, 413, 451, 467:486;-. - ¦ ¦•_£- • _¦ - ¦ .. _- .. !i • • i ,; , 'ffl._^_tijl, ''.. _'; ;'',s SotC:" i:i:z: 4. 5 ' _e. 7 Unit Heads Say IMA Outlook Good See Editorial on Page 2 Exhibiting the same enthusiasm for the Independent Men's Asso ciation that was-in evidence at Wednesday night's meeting of the JMA .Central. .Council,._ four unit presidents last night expressed their confidence in the organization's future success. • The previously lethargic IMA has definitely been rejuvenated and will henceforth play an active part in providing non-fraternity men with extensive social and recreational programs. This was the con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 January 1941

Member _Associated Colie6ta!e Pre?1 * Distributor ot GofteftideOige_^ _BipiuumiuimimuuiiitiuiiiniuiiiiiiimiiiiiuiitiiiiiiiiimiiuuiiHiiiuiiiiiiuiiiii COLLEGIAN A iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiiiiiniiiiiiHiiiiiiimiiiniiiiniii Dorsey But No Committee Comes the New Year and many.strange things happen. All we know is what we" see,'hear, and _r_«ad. Strange as it may seem, we picked tip our copy of Variety, the theatrical newspaper, on the morning after the old anno domini had waned and saw under the heading, "Band Bookings" two lines which simply and concisely read, "Tommy Dorsey, February 21, Penn State College." ' Being the morning after a great celebration we looked twice and a third time to make certain. But the same words appeared in undeniable black and whiter-Tommy Dorsey. _February 21, Penn State College. Variety did make mi error in the date which is February 28 but apparently Dorsey has definitely been signed for Senior B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 January 1941

_^f m r_ Choice Poultry Fresh Eggs Homemade Scrapple r Fresh Sausage COURTEOUS SERVICE PROMPT. OEUVERY Miller's Market WEST BEAVER DIAL 775 Welcome Back * * * Follow Your Team at GRAHAM & SON EST. 189G ThaF-T-Re Price Is 35C P«_fif3>ession - SESSIONS ARE: Saturday Afternoon 2-5 ' _SaturdaydNight.7-9 and 9-11 BRING7YOUR DATE OR_^OMESTAG We Guarantee A Good Time Another Good Thing __C_^ _/n__ A f_=£___ about the ¦ he United State has only six per cent of the world's population ut we have HALF of the world's telephones Ilowhere else do people get so much telephone service and such good service at such low cost. THE BELL TELEPHONE-COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA DidrYouKnow Tkat=_£kere Is ROLLER SKATING -. Every Saturday Afternoon And3KSM At The ffitttY I The Movies CATHAUM:;" "Second Chorus" STATE: "Hudson's Pay" NITTANY: ........ . "Here Comes The Navy" Frosh Boxing Candidates Report In Initial Tryout In an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 January 1941

To SfarS The lew Year light, Buy _Ypur Meats, Groceries mi Produce Full Course Dinners 10c $3.35 Meal Ticket For $3.00 iiilR *' A. * f'_> ' _- ~x: ¦'.•' '¦i>n_L-fl6i: 2SWEST COLLEGE YOU ARE WELCOME AT THE MUSIC ROOM To Listen To Our Recordings. We _HanejMhe Latest In All Make" "—: " ': RECORDS Decca • • •_ •Victor > • _=i i'Ht • • Bluebird • __,, ._., __ • _^ - ••" ¦ Columbia :.-_%' The MUSIC R0OM 2W EAST BEAVER AVE. GL-NNLAOT BtDGS ., ,*" . - ; ' ¦ . * * - * * ¦ ¦:'-.- ¦f'.y .-! _!. *•'. .'-_»-T__f*J-0_3__, :;.']»}"- _^B^^in_^mB _iCim_^iff SSI!! Son a Heme? ft '1 ->\\ Even if you aren't, you -xlillbv should still look your _IotSm best on the ice. A com-JA_$-V plete selection of skating f_]M skirts, jumpers and jac-JJ kets may be found at exmf tremely reasonable l||-j(P** _priees at the SMART SHOP Dance To . « . CHARLES SMITH — and His Band — From State College Saturday Night, January 11 —at Pen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 January 1941

For '41 Ball going to see him tomorrow (Friday) to find out if he had any further word." Yesterday afternoon Backenstose and Shevock said that they had decided to release the band and to confirm Variety's report. T. Dorsey has attained an excellent recorr: concerning dances at the College. His music for Senior Ball in 1933 attracted 1280 couples with a $2,004 profit. Seven hundred and fifty-six couples attended when he was booked for Junior Prom in 1939 and the dance netted a $214.57 profit. The maestro can swing it "hot" as well a.- "sweet" arid has the knack of being able to satisfy both ends and the middle of the average dance crowd—those who like it hot, those wr.o like it cold, and those in-be-tween. T. Dorsey Officially Signed Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra have been sighed to play here for Senior Ball oh February 28, Co-Chairmen Thomas C. Backenstose '41 and__ William J. Shevock '41, announced yesterday. The official statement came as an anti-climax to a report yest...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 January 1941

meG YOU ARE WELCOME AT THE MUSIC ROOM To Listen To Our Recordings. We Rave The Latest In All Make RECORDS Decca • . • « • Victor • _* • Bluebird • • • ¦• Columbia The MUSK ROOM 203 EAST BEAVER AVE GLENNLAND BX.DG The Only Authorized RCA Victor Dealer In State College THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" •_tPf_. t-iMisho! 1340. Successor to the Penn State _Collegia _cntaMialwi 1904, and tie Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday durins t' n» ? _cellar College year by the _atudentj of The Pennsylvania <?(*.(« C-_>H«se . Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1934, vi _Mie post-i_.co at State College. Pa., under the act oE -Vwch 3. 1879. Editor ,_flSKt e__ Business Manager Adam Smyser '41 _o_^p»_Lawrence Driever *_41 Women's Editor—Vera I*. Kemp *4t; _Managing Editor —llobert E. Ijane '41: Sports Editor—Richard C. Peters ' ¦_ix: News Editor—William E. Fowler "41; Feature Editor —:"Edward- J. K. McLorie '41...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 January 1941

"I'm coming town to read the Classified Ads in today's _Cotegtan Endurance recorct-holder Charlie has the Qr right idea,-=H!e fcawws that every Colleg- _Kj ian _carries real_, values, in its _classified sec- W\ tion—-The cost for insertion is smalt and. 1 the results are large—If you have anything J to sell—K you wait room or a roomer—K J you want employment—Call at the Col- M legian office to_^y_. {& WANT-ADS PAY COLLEGIAN THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE r ~ - Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation HO COULD THIS BE!!! MY GOODNESS YOU AIN'T SEEN NUTTIN'YET!! Turn To Page 4 34; Meet Panthers Tonight ¦¦¦— Linn Athletes Garnered _SwimmefS Meet 136 Victories In 1940 y fc _R y . Post season statistics on 1940 ¦«"»¦" ¦¦^¦ W ¦ VMW I Post season statistics on 1940 sports' achievements reveal that Penn State varsity and freshman teams last month terminated a memorable year with 136 victories in 203 contests. Nittany athletes won nearl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 January 1941

Only this, time Jle_^ 're sweet mamas...in the heart-test hit oi the season! ¦ _$_&£& _t Priscill* _ROMnuujr MEl _sKST LANE-LANE * - UU _ _Cda LANE PAGE ; CUHJBEBAINS - rs I W_*A AND THIS JWT ALU 2 You list Attend the _Safhaum Theatre _Majf_, ion. or Tues., To See The Resil OVE THY NEIGHBOR with JACK BENNY, FRED ALLEN, MARY' MARTIN and ROCHESTER \ L_' _At*t -,,y Another Happy New Year Hit For The STATE THEATRE Bette Davis Herbert Marshall In "THE LETTER" Melody—Mirth—Mystery KAY KYSER —In— "YOU'LL FIND OUT" —With—and .Kay Kyser's Band Matinee Saturday Only at 1:30 Bela Lugosi . '_' ,!'. Peter Lorre. Boris Karloff,' • fi j HMj _^ _^_i _^f _i Evenings Only 6:30. 8:30 Matinee Saturday Only at 2:30 f TODAY ONLY .... _? American--Legion Seeks Ammendment To Selective Serwce ^^^ Home Ec Head Miss Laura W. Drummond, above, is head of the home economics department which is sponsoring senior demonstratio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 January 1941

Committee Of 100 Urges Additions To Alumni Plan - . —f Can't Get md Of $5,000 I Membership Scheme ' W. Lewis Corbin '41, chairman of the-senior class gift committee, shown above, issued a call last night for more suggestions for the glass gift. He pointed out that the committee will not make a final selection of the gift but merely pick out the best suggestions to be put before the class at the All-College Elections. The gift will be worth about S5,000. Approved In General Special to The Collegian PITTSBURGH, Jan. 13 — The Pennsylvania State College Alumni Committee of 100 filed a letter here today for the Penn State Alumni Association in which it pledged support for the general outlines of the Association's new membership plan but urged that five more points be incorporated in it. The Committee, composed of recent Penn State graduates, called the membership plan "strikingly similar" to one it had suggested and urged its adoption by the Alumni Executive Council when it meet...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 January 1941

e v_orner unusua cut fn wood, ivory, and jade to make wax impressions? But That Is Old History: For the Latest in Printing Consult: NITTANY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO NEW YEAR Start The Right! Be sure to have your clothes cleaned the correct way. By the only GLOVER PROCESS in-Centre County. WE CLEAN AND GLAZE YOUR FURSThe only PADDED FUR MACHINE in Centre County. You are cordially invited to plant anytime. visit our MODER_1 STATE COLLEGE Dry Cleaning w orks 1004 W. COLLEGE AVE. DIAL 2331 lromm s ON YOUR FEET MEN SHOES $3.95 All Sizes Dress Spoil Value $6.50 Nationally Known Brands They Talk Out Loud SHIRTS _* Value J J S1.65-S2.0G All Sizes I TABS OXFORDS RENTS LOW BOYS _N.1:n. P _IPmockifed _CotSeSwfe ' &' Yb _Ohcributof oE Collegiate Di6e:$ Gabardine RAINCOATS $9.95 Were $16.95 _nepr _.__,«»_nso i*_oa national _adveute _u Natsonall Advertising Service, _v _Collcsc _PrMfchers _Retiresentatim; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 January 1941

NOTARY PUBLIC LOUETTA NEUSBAUM Hours 9 to 5 Second Floor Hotel State College important to you ... Hotel Beaute Salon is the place to go ! Dial 2286 Over The Corner Room HOTEL BEAUTE SALON When You "MUST" look your Very Best ... when an occasion Porter and Weber Beautify Your Home This Spring With NEW PAINTS WALLPAPER LINOLEUM Estimates Cheerfully Given DIAL 2793 123 S. FRAZIER DOTY AND ELDER 108 S. Allen St Notary Public FIRST CALL ! Men and Women Freshman Candidates = For Edigrial and Business § Staffs of _Tg Daily Collegian MMting-yTonight M:00 b'dockr _WD5 Old Main WOLFE —the — FLORIST Glennland Building .S-B __ E \_tt2_P Dr. Fred (. Farrand Dr. F. Adelaide Farrand Osteopathic Physician OFFICE HOURS: - Mon. and Thurs. 1 to 8 P. M. j 17 E. Beaver Ave. Dial 676 BEAVER BROS. Fresh Bread and Sweef Rolls —Dial— CLARK MOTOR CO PACKARD SALES and SERVICE Storage, Repairs, Accessories, Goodyear Tires 120 S. Pugh St. THE DAILY COL...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 January 1941

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 January 1941

Elections Advanced To March 11, 12, 13 To Stimulate All-College Government Two Special First Aid Courses Will Be Presented By Phys Ed School As Part In Defense Program Two special courses in first aid will be offered at the College beginning in March in connection with the country's national defense program~it was announced yesterday by Dr. Carl P. Schott, dean of the Physical Education School. • A Red Cross field representative, Robert -G. Zubrod, was here yesterday conferring about the part the 'National Red Cross will playvin ..these two new courses which are valuable not only in na tional defense activities but also for everyday accidents and emergencies. The .first course is an instructor's training course for only those men or ~ women, either faculty or students, _^ who have previously taken a first aid course and have standard certificates in first aid. It will run from March 3 to 14. The 30 hours of instruction will begin March 17. Its length is indefinite. A central...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 January 1941

; Admission Free To-Hew 2nd Semester C_#gi«p Si_^_wx onegij_&n _Mttsic 2?_# THE CAMPUS OWLS F Dancing l-t_? C * Informal 6 R U A R Y Rec Hal 75c Couple Tax Included WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY M BALL '' -fn Sponsored By n£l»t_*i2.3l2r_»TIZO FOR NATIONAL. _ADVE«TSIPH'J IJ ational Advertising Service, Ino _Giliege Publishers Representatitv <_Hd.O Madison Ave. new York. in.Y. Chic*;; a - Boston ¦ Los _angelus • Sj*n e- **«ci ;oj THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "Foe A Betler Penn State" _Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State _Collegian, established. 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the _regular Colle.je year by the students of The Pennsylvania _f_^t-ate College . Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1934, «t. the poat-o.-ca at State Colleje. Pa., under the act of Xlarch 3. 1879. Collegian Candidates (Continued from Page One) Smyser, Thomas Aberant, Jack J Bard, Kenneth W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 January 1941

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 January 1941

Ci w 11 Philadelphia STARTING SATURDAY _^ 5B_0r ^&_5&^ B j B THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1 OF .;:-yi STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corpordtibri /V Tftes'creeiiii's mightiest peacetnene _sficy drama! j r- -_^ PICTURE _tcattiHiw ROBERT ' _^ TAYLOR1 \ .. " _wiHt _^ Waiter Pidgeo»>n«|-ti _Mussey, If you want to?Jjuyf to sell anything, if you're looking for a room or a roomer M If You Want A Job Or Want Help HERE'S REAL NEWS —You can't go wrong by using the Collegian classified section. You'll find the rates to be reasonable arid the results -sv& ! e-. --: Stti-: dents, professors, and townspeople alike are daily saving themselves time and money by this easy method. They-f eund out that COLLEGIAN WANT-ADS PAY!! Dial 711 And Ask For Collegian Office Shows a* 1:30. 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 j TODAY « THURS. •¦ FRI. { Let Us Solve Your ¦¦ _... MILK PROBLEM wiar -— PURE. WHOLESOME MILK MEYER...

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