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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 September 1940

College Uncertain Oh Registration For Military Draft What arrangements the College will make to handle registration of students affected by the draft passed by Congress on Saturday remained uncertain last night. Adrian O. Morse, assistant to the president in charge of resident instruction, indicated the College may be waiting for a system of absentee registration to be established by either the state or federal government. Otherwise provision will be made to permit the approximately 1,800 students affected to go home to register, he said. Indications- from Washington are that President Roosevelt will order a five-day registration period within the next two weeks. As the draft law was finally passed, college students between 21 and 36-will be required to register but—on request—can be deferred 'from the draft until the end of the academic year. The draft bill also provides exemption from registration for "cadets of the advanced course, senior division, Reserve Officers' Training ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 September 1940

GATHAURf THEATRE _BUEDHSG ] • 114* »«»•»•»*»*-««' t 1 * J f OR MUOLL£0! SUPPHES RADE mm YOURtJIO lias Highest-prices Cash or tret for sM ember r_^ssocioled Cbtte6iate Press _£ ?_Oistributorj»f.. " - LOOSE LEAF NOTEBOOKS Special prices on all _leather _gtodent Hole books. Plain or with _Atferlhe Movies After a Dante -rflT ietoeen _Masses iisl ffi iffi CORNER unus a DRAWING SETS £aaraiiteed sets for all drawing .courses—€et our prices _freWe _laying your set. DICTIONARY The _reared dictionary for collegeEnglish courses. "" ART MATERIALS A complete selection lor die master _»r beginner in all media. PENCILS ERASERS INKS TABLETS PENNANTS STATIONERY College seal _md plain. Qualify slaiion at fow prices ery KEE ER S L (mm MAM. _MINING ext Books WW AND USED fOR _AlUOLlBt COURSES MfMANDHdnrtOOK iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii This .is...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 September 1940

Tfie name Bootmaker is famous wherever shoes are i sot& And at Penn Stele the Botfoif reliable a guide to fine shoes. name is just as J $4.00 lo S_^ BOTTORF BROS. BOOTERY Entrances on Beaver and Allen »_-_>NHY NOT TRT f'TVE BERKSHIRE* ? IOOKED THEY END A AND STOCKI NGlQoK_% " HUNTS' ." § _PisTft'a>p_*- 'ybiUi feawe ope the MMtilflM _iS^^ d same.thin© Perhaps you've looked everywhere for a stocking that would be-as strong a;s it was pretty." as long-wearing as it was sheer .T. as jcolbr-right as "it was elastic _^ . Stop huntingJ Berkshire Stockings are 5 lifetime' _braiid._Tihat5 !*why they _jcall tfiem. "The Scocking*_that Become arfabit!^" BEFlKSRiaE STOCKINGS MOORi'i DRESS SHOP ©_ppori _t* OW MW» A Complete Line of STUDENT SUPPLIES _leather Note Books Typewriters Drawing- Instruments Student Lamps Rental Library Die Stamped Stationery Laundry Cases Novelties Complete Line of Following... Garden City Sun Dial B...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 September 1940

Students.... START THE YEAR OFF RIGHT For Expert Cleaning, Pressing Laundering, and Tailoring, _Ifs THE HILAND SHOP Dial 3171 220'A S. Allen St Just a Tip ifII ¦ ¦ ¦ You Want your clothes dry cleaned, your suit pressed repaired, or altered— IF B ¦ ¦ You Want to be sure that any or ail of these services will be performed safely and with modern equipment— ii F ¦ ¦ ¦ You Want valuable results in dry cleaning and tailoring that many successful years in business will afford you, then you'll— Dial 3461 DRY CLEANERS AND TAILORS Office and Tailor Shop • Oar Modern Dry Cleaning Plant Under 'The'Corner-Room • ' in * Rear of 309 W. Beaver- Are. Here's the answer to that problem of finding a clean, comfortable room at a reasonable rate. —ITS— The COLONIAL RUNNING WATER IN EVERY ROOM 123 W. Nittany Dial 4850 Fraternity Scholarship Averages For Second Semester Of 1939-40 Second semester fraternity anc group averages for 1939-40 as released by the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 September 1940

On Students Needs at ¦ £S IT (SQiSTS YOU NOTHING MEN S NEEDS £3 Schick Injector Ra_^or Blades Medford Double Edge Blades Men's Shoe Trees _'__. money—to m fact, you by buying at Rea the "lesson of economy" your school lime necessities Derick LOW PRICES! 25 for 23c _19c $7.50 Packard Lectro Razor __$3.75 Ingraham Wrist Watch $1.98 Shoe Polish Dauber and Buffer 12c Tek Tooth Brushes —23c, 2 for 43c $1.00 Wildrbdt Hair Tonic and 50c Prophylactic Hair Brush - _ both for 79c 25c Palmolive Shave Cream 2 for 33c Comb and Nail File in Case 10c Laundry Mailing Cases $1.25 Yardley Shave Bowl and Brilliantine $1.00 Lentheric Shave Lotion __50c and $1 $1.50 Jockey Pocket Watch 89c SIUDENT'S LAMPS Double-Faced MAGNIFYING MIRROR For Make-up or _Shading 6 in. Diameter Throws mell light where it DOUBLE-SIDED needed—not in the eyes. Plain and Magnrag m Mirrors 9c Preferred By Most Students COLLEGE SEAL _SMTIOIIBV PARKER _VAOJMATIC FOUNT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 September 1940

Alics Faye,. Don Ameohe Henry- Fonda, Edward Arnold. Warreir William, Leo Canillo _Webw and. Fields. "Lillian Russell" Evening Only 6:30; 8:30 TODAY AND TUESDAY _EbrolFhtW ^^ _^_j_^_v ^^wi_^_nv _wpsfvv * Wfvf _^cKHAWfC _^ _>_WilllMlK _llM Willi Robert H. _Graupner_, Inc., _HairisbuxgJPa ANNOUNCE THE APPOINTMENT OF _McCamley Z0 West) Spruce St., Philipsburg,; Pa. Phone 425 AS _IMPORTING DISTRIBUTOR OF GRAUPKER'S BEER and JOLLY SCOT ALE • j _IMK7 PARTNER RKO-RuUe Pictui»«__^^ Authorized Freshman Apparel DIHKS—TffiS—SOCKS _NAMECARDS FREE MEN'S APPAREL 146 South _Allerv Street Diagonally _Across From Post Office Shows At 1:30; 3:00; 6:30; 8:30 Today.. Tues., Wed. STUDENTS! MITCHELL I.E.S. STOGY LAMPS i ® $2.95 COLLEGE HARDWARE C_& INC 2.00 WEST COLLEGE AVE. CluhPrexy Theodore Rice '41 is president of the- Penn State Club, the largest organization for independent men on.the campus. ' Students Battle...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 September 1940

Attention Caterers MILK START THE YEAR RIGHT -MSTEUMZH_)- BULK AND _BOHLED L S. HAMERr « , ¦ i i } i * a' '" • -- DIAL 853 Distributor Well Groomed Shoes Are Essential *: '\ JSo Keep Your Shoes ' 9 olished and Repaired at _flNTflME SHOE REPAIR BEAVER AVE KIMICK CLUB WOWtOPEN Pleasant Booms anil Stand - at Reasonable. Rates, •^tew 'Campos 22014 S. Fraxier St 7 Dial State CoBe*e _«H72 1940 HUNTING LICENSES On Sale At THE ATHLETIC STORE, Inc DIAL 2158 OPPOSITE MAIN GATE Varsity Blues Defeat Greens', 18-0, In Practice Football Game Smffltz And Petretia Lead Offensive Drive Oul With Injuries X-Counlry Hopes Fall; Harrison Oul _iitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Rounding into playmg form after a week of hard scrimmaging the; Blues ran( roughshod over the' Green aggregation to the tune of 18 to _:0 in a _^regulation intrasquad football g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 September 1940

Goods Department New Complete Sporting Visit Our A Separate loom Goods Now In All of Our Sporting A Most Complete Line of Amateur Photo Supplies Agents for Eastman-Agfa Ansco-Argus Cameras Bicycles, Shot Guns, Rifles For Sale and For Rent-A Complete tine of Hunting Supplies and Fishing Licenses Issue Hunting at Metzger' We Shop Penn State 1915 s Hammermill Bond Paper 100 Sheets—2Sc 250 Sheets—60c 500 Sheets—89c and SI.00 Fountain Pens and Pencils Pens—39c to $12.50 Book Penn State IEnds i Jewelry Loose Leaf Notes with College Seal Other Books from 25c to $8J5 Mechanical Drawing Supplies and other rules from $1.25 to $21.00 Log Log, Dec! Trig Slide Rules Common Expression in Town and On Campus A METZGERS Get It At "You Can Cash or a Liberal Trade In Allowance «»-_« _£"-_» TEXT BOOKS Both New and Used SELL US YOUR USED BOOKS JSJ- VERY COMPLETE LINE OF STUDENT SUPPLIES AND ATHLETIC GOODS A Desk Blo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 September 1940

Marquardt Again Heads ArtistsCour e Series Encore President Hetzel Names Student-Faculty Group Preparations for the. 1940-41 edition of the-Artists' Course" began today with the announcement of the committee iri charge as appointed' by' President. Ralph p." __JetzeL *_)r. Carl E.'. Marquardt,' College examiner, has again, been named chairman of the committee of representatives from the student body and'College faculty. '•' .'. • The six student members of the Artists' Course committee are All-College Presiderit Arnold C. Laich, _Elirior L. Weaver, -WSGA president; Hairy E. Wagner, 1CF president; W. RaeY _Herrrnarini IMA president; William B. Bartholomew, senior class president; and Adam A. Smyser, editor of The Daily Collegian. : Miss Jessie Cameron of the physical education department, Prof. Henry Si Brunner of the agricultural "education department, and Prof. Hummel P. Fishburn of the music education department are three of the faculty representatives.. Walter'F. Dantz...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 September 1940

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 September 1940

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 September 1940

Whether If8 ' A 3-ntidn $i« A Casual Covert, A 4-Button Diagonal, A Harris Tweed, or A Shetland— You'll Always Find SMITH TA LOR SM? The Best and for dry cleaning, pressing_, and repairing-lo keep your wardrobe neat ¦ * . #f It Can't Be Beaten SMITH'S TAILOR SHOP DIAL2_lfe NEXT TOPOST OFFICE _^ _S j0 «3*" ' l AX ¥ & v -hs SSSss. l_^f -_* 1/1 flLferiP_* THE _AJjEXANOBR TWINS... Dororiiy and Graco, Famous Drum Majorettes for American. legion Post 42, Martinsville . v"9 ln, ° jA/_umem I _# _v ° SAli /r£ _^ / Am £OR R£Al M/_iDAt£ j/ AND B£rr£RTAST Ihese are the twin pleasures you look for in a cigarette. You'll find them, in every Chesterfield you :; / smoke...and it takes the right combination of the world's . ;f best cigarette tobaccos united in Chesterfields to give ¦ /^fe-. _youlhe addedpleasure of a cooler smokey. • ¦ :Make yourf s; »; _f: vextjpckCbestetjieUandjow tbemiUuim dfs_^okerswbosaf _^ , & _? ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 September 1940

Will Dedicate Song Fred Waring, orchestra leader and former Penn State student, said yesterday afternoon he will dedicate his new song to Penn State on his Chesterfield football smoker program Friday, October 11. The program is carried over the NBC red network at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. and will be heard at the Collegian Dance in R_'ec Hall during the late broadcast. While here last May, Waring received a petition from the student body asking him to write the new song. Students May Register Locally For Conscription iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii District Draff Board Ninety Pledges Added Yesterday - Ninety more pledges were reported to Student Union yesterday bringing the total for the six elapsed days of rushing season to 471. This number includes pledges from all classes. The IFC committee at Student Union keeps no record of classes and this prevents the Daily Collegian from reporting a "more" detailed list. . . Last year, freshman ple...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 September 1940

—and — STUDENT SUPPLIES - X - _ *; •-i •- - _v t t ¦ J ,- _«r . 10 KfELER'S FOR THEIR t-iOBbfJ i _ftssQckaled _CoKeeidte Press «• ! _Oistributar 9/ J *"J_" * i \G3\\esm_& WISE STUDENTS ARE - <ia~. . • .••f _y_^- "t—r _&k-^\ — - Trr-C' r- r _** _^ i€ "_^5 *5_^ l_^ _tt _^ _AX « •* $oms w ALLEM_^ n See the _jjfltoua stripes and Ar_^yle pat terns in Allefl-A's" Spectator Sporty group. For fall ajnd winter wear. Some extra heavy weights to. round out a complete Sock Wardrobe. A new nonelastic top anklet that's a honey. Only SOc. VARSITY SHOP 127 S. ALLEN ST Prof Goes % Frame; For Refugee Reiki Work At the request of the American Friends Service Coinnji_^_tee, Philadelphia, the College has granted a six months' leave of absence tq Donald D. _StevensgOi, professor _§f forest r_^sfiajseh_, to. _adrajinister reftfgee relief activities in southern France. Professor 5 _$eyeason, who ha4 wide experie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 September 1940

Nibbling At The News With ROBERT LANE _niimiiummimiimiiimiiiminiiimtffliitHiiiiiiiiniiwif A Waiting Gome Colonel William Terry, the caustic-tongued manager of the Kew York' Giants, thought himself to be extremely facetious-not Jong ago when he asked, "Are the Brooklyn Dodgers still in the league?" The story of how this remark so infuriated the Dodgers and caused them to ruin, the Giants' pennant aspirations needs no elaboration here. ¦ Paralleling that incident with a current one fii the field of international relations, one might ask today, "Is Russia still a part of Europe?" _" The most amazing and-strictest •censorship iri wartorn Europe is not taking place in Great Britain, Germany, France or Italy, as one might suppose, but in that wide expanse of territory loaded with "undeveloped natural and mineral resources, known as Soviet Eussia. Since last January news reports ¦concerning the activities of a cer-*tain Joseph Stalin have depreciated to the extent that today they .are ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 September 1940

AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT -by- THE PENN STATE PLAYERS To celebrate their twenty-first year of presenting theatre entertainment to the students and faculty of this for the first time are ofperform a two-fold fvine * who have been attending the PLAYERS wish " to. a reduced price andpre- College, the Penn State Players fering season tickets; This new policy is intended to tion: „ First, to their regular patrons almost every show for years show appreciation-by offering ferehtial seating;'?;? ¦ _' ¦ " •' - - • - ] Second; to all those-who like a good ;show tout have limited_<funds y for-theatrertickets_, the. PLAYERS-ture offering_, the. opportunity; to_^_see tire maxinranr in? entertain mefntfora-mhrimuntcost.; - ' - •• ¦ ;""_" - - ; . .:. -:.:.: _r * .-» '-Seasonrticke_^_teibVfJEv_^productions are on sal' eiiow at Stud_^entHriionforri_^.eO, i." ¦ - ._^_-_^ _. < ¦ .:-, _^ ..i.'': 4 . ; ¦ •"" - . - iirftfimt wilt _JwSSM) _; \ -, '_- ¦ ¦ >r \ "_^ _'-. _^ F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 September 1940

*T_%_fti\?ff>_pg_?gy!:_'_5ra.' tow' •: ¦ : ¦ '-si- _w; :w _ff_^ff-TRVS'&'T'A? * ?* ^^P&^ _j'vL. £ > -i*Vv ; .V «>-*¦ «*' _«r # _^ 3 jj . *^_fe «SS C% V! I fc V Sskfe _Wt _ffie C_^uH_^e_^...^^m_^ L(^^ CARRY THE _PEJV Will Help Yon Get The Breaks' GUARANTEED _^, LIFE ¦ fr y _&a_*_J_&£_r _t_*'- _Q &¦&<& C_&l***0* That smart, exclusive style of shimmering Pearl rings which excites admiration when you're seen in its company That patented One-Hand _Sacless Filler with a Big Ink Reserve in place of a rubber ink sac. . That streamlined Television barrel which keeps you from missing the boat by showing if your ink is running low. That extra resilient, non-brittle 14 K Gold "lubricated" Point which takes the load off your hand I It'« th* revolutionary Parker _Vacumati<>-the only Pen of its land in the-world. Yet baaed-on official lif...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 September 1940

Headquarters for Dr_.Grabow Pipes In-State College Is ReaiDerick-s FREE Opening Offer of Our Siate College Store Pants or Skirt Cleaned Free With-Every Suit or Dress Try Texierized Gleaning — All Work Guaranteed -, _» - - 49c and 59c Suits and Dresses FROMMPS ¦ *"" CLEAKEHS AND DYERS _JUtfte. COLLEGE AVE: _Z~~ _KEJUUXIHKHTOW HALL _^? aI5£_? »^»—* PI _^ NO BREAKING IN •»f | N0 BITE..NO . _^ W BITTER _TASTjy _CIOICE H Htltt t _jSyjSBSf A _SWMW J_&_fip sfcoke be-IStFtaBie IIMypiuti 'i, eftluttw ffmicJiteinr-sittfes fevmDf.GtalMwpIpe wllh(Etljtmirllr)1 tobacco. . .iim_._ndM N. 6MB0W rUTWH) GlttKR r-_^_f Fail Intramural Entries Due By Noon, Saturday All entries for both independent and fraternity leaguesin the following Fall activities must be made at the intramural office 213 Rec Hall by noon Saturday, September 21. Touch football, $1 per team. Swimming, $1 per team. Cross country, 25c per man " (only 3 men score). Horseshoes, 5.0c per ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 September 1940

Artist Complete Selection Fountain Pens Waterman Sheaffer Wahl _Skrip Ink REQUIRED IN TWO WEEKS Instruments: Dietzgen, Gem Union Dietzgen, Federal, Gem Union Pen_, _Zipper Keuffel & Esser, Anvil, Paragon Pen Dietzgen, Special, Gem Union Pen Weber, No. 03380, Sphinx Pen Dietzgen, Special No. 968AK Case ALL PENS HIGHEST QUALITY Stationery Die Stamped, 50c, 65c 85c DRAWING MATERIALS ONCE: REQUIRED AT Svensen: Drafting for Engineers French and Turnbull Lettering X Section Paper H and 2H Pencil Ruby Eraser Art Gum or Substitute Pencil Pointer Steel File or Sandpaper Block Scale, Architect's—Boxwood Book I Goods Sporting Oiticial Gym Uniforms Shoes, Supporters, Socks Shorts. Shirts. Sweat Suits €k Mck ?Qau i.J _\l» Ml- *_v _t* at Means acK 10 boo • • se s SOME SUPPLIES THAT YOU WILL NEED AT ONCE GET THE BEST AT MODERATE PRICES r_$Z\ A Drawing Board 20x26 inches, Pine or Basswood 24-inch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 September 1940

Irene Dunne Gary Grant Randolph Scott Gail Patrick "My Favorite Wife" Evenings Only 6:30. 8:30 TODAY—THURS. Brenda Joyce, Ralph Bellamy George Murphy, Mischa Auer Charles Ruggles, Elsa Maxwell "Elsa Maxwell's Public Deb No. fl" Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 THURS.—FBI. PLEASE NOTE: SPECIAL "BOOM TOWN" Admission Prices Matinee 35c _Evening 50C ' _Jm' _*m Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 TODAY. THURS., FRI. E_^ atm _^mmm . —and— s The ollese Book a. More § 129 W. Beaver Ave* I Education Aids national Defense "Through the widespread education of many mineral engineers and technologists, there has spread a reservoir of trained men in Pennsylvania whose value to national defense cannot be over estimated,' Dr. William M. Myers, professor of mineral economics and technology, has announced. On the other hand, the mineral resources of Pennsylvania have also kept step and this state now is the No. 1 source of the primary materials of warfare, such...

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