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

Youth Congress Hits Aid To Britain, Draff The lend-lease British, aid bill and the Selective Service Act were condemned as "un-American" by the American Youth Congress Friday night at the opening of a three-day "Town Meeting? of Youth" in Washington. . _ Speakers who . assailed the British assistance measure as a certain path to involvement of American manpower in the war were cheered by niore than 2,000 young men and women assembled from all parts of the country. Phi Kappa Sigma Lodge Plan Too Costly; Awarded Prize Funds Fall $2,000 Short Phi Kappa Sigma's display of a skier with an American flag _fpr background was declared winner_, of the first annual Winter Sports Carnival ice sculpture contest Saturday at the square dance, which climaxed the day's affairs. Tau Kappa Epsilon, runner up to Phi Kappa Sigma exhibited a penguin perched on huge blocks of ice. This exhibit was attractively lighted at night with the penguin taking on a rose color. Third place went to Phi Delta ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 February 1941

Feb. 28. 1941 Senior Ball The Dance FramFSimtra Piedi-Pipers Of The Year!!!) • RECHALL ' $3.85 Couple I TIE _DAILY G0LLEGIA1 Far A Better Penn State" H.i.i:>Iir,_hed 1940. Successor to the Penn State _CoIttrEiicr.. _cntablishcl Mat, and I4te _Fwe Lance, eatabiishe-i 1837. Published dailsr _except''Sunday and Monday during tti-i vesular _College year by _tiie students of The _Pennsylvania Ri-iiA_: Colle-re_. Entered ay second-class matter July 5. 1914. kI the po3t-o _.c-j at 5 lata College. Pa., under the act oS March 3, 137'!. Editor ,_^ -jgEEt e_^ 3us* and Adv- Mgr. Adam _Smysec "41 '¦s_^_gsPa Lawrence _Driever '41 _ETTf/_Jrial and _Business _Otticn Downtown _Office ' " 313 Old Main Bldjj. 119-121 South _Fraaier St. _^hone 71L Night Phone 4372 Women's Editor—Ver.1 L. Kemp '41: Manasin_? E'>it»r —Robert H. Lane '41 r Sports Editor—Richard C. Peters 'it ; Newa -Editor—William E. Fowler '41; Feature Editor —Edward .1. K, McLorie '41: Assistant _Managi...

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

Give Her _^_q/j*ffij0_^ _* * Chocolates Largest Assortment In Town of Whitmans, Gales and Gobelin Hearts TOILETRIES VALENTINE S2.50 $1.00 to $2.00 $1.00 to $7.50 Powder $1.00 to $5.00 $1.00 to $7.50 Balalaika Cologne and Talcum .. Lenlheric Colognes Dorothy Gray Flutter Perfume .. Cpty Perfumes, Toilet Water Bath Compacts. All Leading Makes ... ALL VALENTINE GIFTS WRAPPED TO ASSURE SAFE ARRIVAL—NO CHARGE REA & DERICK, Inc Allen Street Next To Bank Clock • DANCE PROGRAMS • CIRCULARS • SHOW CARDS • TICKETS All Occasions Printing Done For NITTANY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING (0 119 S. FRAZIER ST. DIAL 4868 Fraternities! HAVE YOU TRIED BEAVER BROS NEW BREADS and SWEET ROLLS Call BEAVER BROS Phone Lewistown 791 Let Us Solve Your MILK PROBLEM With PURE, WHOLESOME MILK J. G. MEYER MILK R. D. 1 Phone 4220 Soose r Nof Afraid;' Tp Meet Vigh Again Following his 10-round decision over Ernie Vigh in Madison Square Garden last Friday night, B...

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

reiflRT-LflmflRR %S«fe_2_bW m% ffAjf^^ *•¦*** norose J _^ _W^^_M_^_i»»_l_«il _^7 _^ Ml PrAMHVftdT&y_*' * WEDNESDAY and i THURSDAY' _VJi gSE? CECIL B. DeWULLE PLAYING TODAY—"BLONDE INSPIRATION" Cathaigp _Thesitres s Doubt There's No Doubt About li._^ * PENN STATE LAUNDRY Is Tops In Economy And _Seryictcy. .;:;.;• 320 W. BEAVER DIAL,3261 _CINEMAN1A James Stewart comes through with another hit performance, portraying the penniless young author in "Come Live With Me," co-starring Hedy Lamarr, and showing at the State Theatre today and tomorrow. Stewart's first Hollywood role was in "The Murder Man." This was followed by such productions as "Rose Marie," "Wife vs. Secretary," and "Small Town Girl." He rapidly rose to stardom, and' _finally came into his own in "The Shop Around The Corner," "The Mortal Storm," and "The Philadelphia Story." His next will be "Ziegfield Girl." Athletes must breathe—don't smoke in Rec Hall. We The Women ...

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

_fLASHY ACTION This dramatic shot < entirely accidental_, court were waiting between St. John'si or basketball action is an uncommon photographic phenomenon, but it wasn't Both the photographer who made it and a cameraman on the other side ol the for just such action, and tripped their shutters simultaneously during the game University and City College ol New York at Madison Square Garden. Acme fir * •Iss m •ire

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 February 1941

WANTED: Pictures of college ire and timely events Collegiate Digest your campus on Section pays $3 per picture so get those clicking and get your share easy money. Posed pictures / shutters of this like the one illustrated above will receive little consideration — it's action and news that we're looking for. Send your pictures today to Golle6*ateDi6est Fawkes Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn 09 P / WANTED -_^ 1M 'SSf.-_^s- ' / w Zd XV itl'' _» '-_* t 139740 !"r"*_jy*S Pointing to Their Former Homes Pho, ° bv J c Smith . . . these five students who _entered Colby College this year had to travel a total of 35,000 miles to reach Waterville, Maine. They are (left to right), Sarah Martin of Kobe, Japan; Elizabeth Wood, daughter of- a Chinese missionary; Charles Perkins, Philippine Islands; Jack Temmer of Zurich, Switzerland; and George Popper, _fa^^ refugee student from Czechoslovakia. Gridders Love Their Teacher ...

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

THE SMOKE OF SIOWER-BURJVING CAMELS GIVES YOU EXTRA MILDNESS, EXTRA COOLNESS, EXTRA FLAVOR o . -_^ „r rp. IF YOU SKATE AT ALL, then you know that cutting a pretty figure is not as simple as pretty Evelyn Doman makes it appear. Behind her seemingly effortless grace are hours of hard practice. She takes her skating seriously . . . . her smoking, too. "I smoke a good deal," she ex- FLASH FROM _SUNVALLEY Evelyn Doman Figure-Skating Star Breathtaking spins, spirals, jumps —there's a thrill in every click of her flashing blades. And afterwards —"A Camel tastes jo good — they have so much more flavor," says Miss Doman. But more flavor is only one of the "extras" you get in slower-burning Camels. BY BURNING 25% SLOWER than the average of the 4 other largestselling brands tested—slower than any of them—Camels also give you a smoking plus equal, on the average, to 5 EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK >V w plains. "The slower-burning cigarette—Camel —gives me the extra mi...

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

Now They'll Have to Jump Out Bob Barnet shows the Williams College roli-over-and-shut-offthe-clock technique which lost the upperclassmcn their unlimited cutting privilege. Dr. James Phinney Baxter, 3rd, Williams president, said revision of the system was necessary because "the students are just too lazy to get up for morning classes". Afternoon classes did not suffer so much, he said, as "most Williams men are up and dressed in the afternoon even if they may not be awake''. Collegiate Digest Photo bv Bended To Teach al Brown When the French steamer St. Dominique docked at Staten Island recently, on board was Charles Beyer, an Alsatian, who will teach French at Brown University. Acme Colorado Girls Issue _Challenge Colorado Woman's College claims that it has the best dressed, snappiest, classiest, best looking girls' basketball team in the country and back up their claims with a group of excellent pictures. This one shows Amy Best applying some "warpaint Solving an Age-Ol...

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

_gjr _^e « h*s a Topsy-Turvy World it at it like these Capiul University (Columbus, Ohio), students did. What nding picture is the clarity of the photo, taken without minors or tricks — but into the silver ball in front of the girl' * dorm. Freshman Chuck Weishaupt ii I _Yessiree_, They Grow 'Em Big in Texas . . . and Dot Williams found it hard to keep her arm around Oscar Ryan's neck while they danced at the annual Men's Inter-Campus Association dance. This year's party was in true ranch style, each group having its own branded invitations. Everyone from the old time gambler to the sheriff appeared at the party. Coiumt,.,

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

WmL~ m _Cbfeftkfe Digest _AAwtWujj _AipnaiiMm: NATIONAL ADVERTISING SkSo* _SCHVICC INC _jy_^Wta" fjfn 333 _'¦" ' 11 *** Mirflnn ^' _¦ ¦¦ *. ••* » *¦* _^ _~ M ~ tJ, _M. ' a>._j«_-_^ a- *_auw M#* _wnacMfajMi _Avsjmm_^ _CSapCBfJO _^_"_^_v!"1 *, • . ••*¦§. SiwFuminn C—A»nm Interviewing Famous People ... is the habit of these three University of Toledo students and the photographer who took the picture. Althea Kern, Merrill Harrison and Richard Shock comer Gertrude Lawrence backstage while staff photographer Lioyd Goon clicks the shutter. The team has interviewed all personages that have visited the campus, got their biggest kick out of quizzing Wendell Willkie when he stopped on die campus last fall. pflP1 "-_^ t _^ " * j _*3SA .? ^^ '1 •V *¦ * _ ._aBBBBBBBBBaH &";?:" NYX-"... i, if"'*-w_* &?._&_t t **** i*^ "V r '#_^,v gl_^v _Blasted Flying Feet Gregory Rice, former Notre Dame star, edges out Don Lash, who cracked records while runnin...

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

_fc _fe -_^ Site of the proposed Vermont. work project is the old CCC camp near Sharon Arnie Childs '39, former editor of the Dartmouth Pictorial, mixes farm work with driving a nineteenth Century School-buS. _Collegwte Digest Photos by _Neefus Art Root '40 gave up a graduate scholarship at Harvard to join the Tun bridge workers. "He catches on pretty good", says farmer John.

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

From college man to "Old Abe" was the change made in Gene Moulten, Kent State University sophomore , when Prof. E. L. Novotny of the department of art and Harold Hansen, director of the stage of the University theatre faculty, finished hjs makeup for the lead in "Abe Lincoln in Illinois", presented at Kent. Considered a natural for the part by Prof. E. Turner Stump, chairman of the school of speech at Kent State, Moulten was the big reason why the university theatre.ventured the difficult play. <Cnt State Photos Moulten goes through the stages of change to become a "dead ringer" for the "Great Emancipator"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 February 1941

Opinions Clash On British Poet Here Next Week Wystan Hugh Auden, noted British poet and playright, who has been called everything " from a monster to the finest. poet of his . day, will appear here next week as a "poet in residence." • -Students will be able to form their own opinions of Auden when he appears here. He is slated to speak on "English Poetry of the Thirties" in Room 121 Liberal Arts, aj; 8 p.m. next Tuesday. ,. Auden will devote the remainder of the week to personal consultations with students on their literary and dramatic problems. The schedule of conference hours will be released shortly. Born in 1907 of a well-to-do English family, educated at Christ Church College, Oxford, he is the best known of England's post-war poets. . Nine volumes of . poems and plays have come from Mr. Auden's_. pen since 1930. He has edited several anthologies, and in 1937 was awarded the King's Gold Medal for the best poetry of the year. . "The use of language is one of the things t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 February 1941

To Please Her Give He_^A Box Of Graharn's Candies GRAHAM ill Candy Wrapped _* > &&Mm SEMI-ANNUAL PI _^ A D h MPV _kj/iLL AT KALIN'S MEN'S SHOP 130 1 Allen 51 THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "Far A Better Penn State" _JjL_.tablishe._I 1340. _Successor to the Penn Stat_<e _CoSJe_^amoi, establishe-I I90t. and i-he Free Lance, edtablishe-i 1887. Published daily _?noept Sunday and Monday d-urtnj? the >-e.Tular _Colieje yeir by the students ot The Pennsylvania CiU.be C'_»_Ue_?';_ _Eaterel a.; se_.;<md-clasp matter July 5, 1334, •il. the iio.rt-i .__.;_i al _State C-jllese, Pa., under the act ot March 3, 187'). Editor ^^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Adam _Srztvisc '41 "_&_$!_$!_$_& Lawrence Driever *41 ftfltorhi! nnri 3;j_^'n-?:5_^ _jfd:-d Do-.vntown Office •313 OU Kim Bids. , 119-121 South _Frar_.ier St. Ph.nie 7!L Night Phone 4372 _M_;irKirciri': Ed:f.>r Tin:- I-sue Stanley J. PoKeiupner '42 _Jtavs H-iitiii- ThN U- -...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 February 1941

PAY TODAY DAY TODAY Hurry ! Hurry ! Hurry ! r DON'T FORGET TO REMEMBER TO SEND HER ONE OF WHITMAN'S, GALES and GOBELIN HEARTS FOR THAT VALENTINE. STOP IN TOMORROW TO ASSURE ARRIVAL BEFORE THE 14TH. ALL VALENTINE GIFTS WRAPPED TO ASSURE SAFE ARRIVAL NO CHARGE. REA & DERICK, Inc ALLEN STREET * . ' NEXT TO BANK CLOCK OVERCOATS TOP-COATS By Fromm's Gives a swing to your stride —A set io your shoulders and an easy "at home in your clothes." ONE GROUP $ 13 _95 Val. $25.00 $1Q95 fl% W Upward Sizes For All Shorts—Regular—Longs—Stouts FROMM'S 114 E. College Ave ice _m\\ Afternoons 2- 6 Evenings 7-10 15c If you have classes until 4:00, come at 4:00 and skate until 6:00. For Only 10c New Beaver Field Rink Phys Ed Speaker Will Discuss Health Problems Problems of school health anc physical education programs ir the- Commonwealth will be discussed when Dr. J. Wynn Fredericks, head of health and physical education in the Slate Department of Publ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 12 February 1941

DO YOU HAVE A VALENTINE / Take Him To Lei Him Know It _VMMINE DANCE Sponsored By W.R.A Music By IHE CAMPOS OWLS 14 a February 9-12 _* ^«~ Formal White Hall «_= 8AVAL reserves TEN-SHUN! - If you need any dress equipment or uniforms for your naval course at State College—We can order to your immediate details at prices y-DU can afford to pay.. 114 S. College Ave _Opposite Old Main Students I 11 Watch For The Announcement Our New Wav To SA¥E Y0I3 MONEY Shaffer's Store Dial 758 139 S. Allen St imary Elections Feb. 27, Final March 5 Women Meet Nominees Feb. 25 Moving Picture Of JiYA Activities Here Planned Houses Redouble Rushing Efforts Election dates for WSGA and WRA offices were set at a joint meeting late yesterday with the mass meeting scheduled for Tuesday, February 25. Primary elections will be Thursday, February 27, final elections on Wednesday, March 5, and installation Thursday,_ March 6. Janet L. Eyer '42 and Patricia M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 February 1941

Two Reporters Chase Wiilkie 26 flours; One-Way Locust Lane Traffic Not Enforced "One-way. traffic on Locust Lane will not be enforced pntil sufficient signs are available, Chief of Police John R. Juba said yesterday. Locust Lane was ordained as a one-way street, running north to south, between Foster and Hamilton Avenues over two years ago. When signs were -ordered, they were made for "only one side of the "street. Without signs on both sides of- the -street, Juba said, enforcement would be impractical. .. _> Hoffman Revises Blue Key Ends Paddling; Grade Averages Other Societies To Act For Fraternities — _tzzztz_^ _th_™ President? Three Presidents In a letter to fraternity presidents, Dean A. R. Warnock revealed a new system for figuring fraternity . averages, revised by Registrar William S. Hoffman and also urged fraternities to cooperate with the Interfraternity Council ruling on "Hell Week." Under the new system, fraternity averages will include only the names of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 February 1941

WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY BALL ' j -;_,„_, . MUSIC BY CAMPUS OWLS Dancing 9-12 Rec Hall B _R ¦ ¦ U R Y informal 2 75c per couple Second Semester Collegian Subscribers Admitted Free HE DAILY COLLEGIAN "Far A Better Penn State" fi-.-._iJtishei 1940. Successor to the P«an' State 'CotwjrEia. cntablLshed 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during th'i resular _Colles* year by the students o£ The _PennsylvanLi f!i-'_(-te College . Entered 33 second-class matter July 5, 1934, «l tbe poat-o—ca at State _Collese. Pa., under the act ¦ _¦o" _$4avch 3. 1379. Editor _^ sr_^Si_^. _** us" an< _* -_^-dv. _Mgr. Adam _Smysac "U <s^^^_°_' Lawrence Drievec '41 _KJTlorial aTid Business Office Downtown Office •313 Old Main Bids. 119-121 South Frame* St. Phone 711 Night Phono 4372 wi2i»r»_a:_jaisma ran national ADve»r<3iht<3 uv Nationai Advertising Service, Im_*_. College Publishers _Representative _4_HO Mad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 February 1941

FRESH FISH ENJOY OUR Perch Fillets Forty Fathom Haddock Scallops Shrimps Crab Meat Clams Spanish _Mackerej Roe Shad Sea Trout take Erie White fish Fresh f i_^_et of Soje Halibut S_^_eak Red Salmon Steak Mackerel Fillets LAWSON'S CRISFIELD OYSTERS SIZES ah COOK'S MARKET H5S, FrazierSl FOR AND TOPS! Dance to the music of the top notch band of the year. Tommy Dorsey At the fop notch dance of the year Senior Ball Hear the new high in rhythm. $3.85 Lion Sfickmen To Face Cornell, Olympic Champs The undefeated record of Penn State's ice hockey team will be jeopardized twice this weekend as the Lion puck chasers face Cornell at Ithaca Saturday, and the mighty Clinton Athletic Club, former Olympic champions, at Hamilton, N. Y., Sunday afternoon. Other Nittany away games are scheduled with Carnegie Tech. John Carroll, Georgetown, and Lafayette. Read The Collegian Classifieds _^_9lfs f Buy America's _V *^ *_£& * N0" _IppflliPC i-i 70III _Ce...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 February 1941

VtMrniii Evenings at 6:30. 8:30 Matinee Saturday Only at 1:30 TODAY "SOUTH OF SUEZ FRIDAY I "HUDSON'S BAY" Cupid Really February Works On 14!!! So Ask THE Man To The Valentine Dance Sponsored By W.R.A Music By One Of The Outstanding local Bands 1HE CAMPUS OWLS a February 9-12 14 Formal White Hall ""*<! H. $1.00 THE ONil THING i IUIIE rs COULDN CONQUE WAS... i i _i | i||_ps _pp _tttirrlttg I ID>A luhno *w A gun-moll with a heart HUMPHREY Ad m a nunl m_~ A_«_AN CURTIS ¦ __lt_£ Kfe. ARTHUR' KENNED _P§?Sj_& JOAN LESLIE i Mr'* *- ' HENRY HULL . _»J£=- HENRY TKAVER3 Btracted by RAOUL WALSH % WARNER BROS.-rw,N.tl fl_»- '¦_N*»_i _ItHi il.».._^w,inw-«_.r._~._>ww *~ «I OdlflllE _Wmuitg the Stars you will see! Claudetbs COLBERT • Gaiy COOPSt _BoliertlUONTCOMERY -Bete DAVLS Ccarge RAFT- Lionel _BARRVM3RE 50 yaairs of astiiMttj} American _diramtM„,.. lid venture... aitii - _roraan...

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