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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 February 1941

_jllll _^ S rts Today War Relief Drive 24 College Delegations Hits $100; Mobile Here For Annual Session Council Tries To Return WM_&t To College Ave l _^J_^iyes Reasons Afl _- mira | _Yarnejl To Seek ^'c_^ en ArrlVM fci_^_MjM Stand' . Navy Recruits Today Teit_^dri_^SSfiSfltet 3 ~ As the All-College Cabinet relief drive swings into its and final total oroughCouncil attempted to re-establish:"the College Avenue Bus: stop' by nieans of an ordinance which_^they passed last night by a four to two vote, after hearing .-statements by "" Burgess Wilbur F.'Leitzell, and Richard J. Kerm'ard of the State College Hotel.- - .. •' . -' Whether, or not the ordinance ¦ will go into.effect is up to Leitzell who'has three alternatives in acting:upon;the bill: (1) sign-.the ordinance thus making it a law 10-days:later;, (2) veto it before the ' \nexi meeting of council; (3) ignore -it completely. If Leitzell vetoes the ordinance, or refuses to take any action before the next council ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 February 1941

TONIGHT WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY FOLLOWED BY Hie C CAMPUS CALENDAR TODAY: ~ -f • . -• -'•:= Newman Club, newly-formed_ Catholic organization, will meet' at Phi Kappa, 9 _tp.-jnr {Refreshments and dancing.-" '- ~ r- ~ _~ All graduate students are invited to attend meeting of Grao> ' ; uate Club, Sandwich Shop, £ pan?; PSCA World Reconstruction Committee meeting, -Hugh Bear--er Room,-8:15p. m.-- .•-.,: „ Collegian Dance, Rec Hall, ' .?,.., p. m. -" . Ice skating oh" tennis court rinks, 7 to 10 p. hi. ' :" _MISqELLANEOUS: ' Faculty members may file tax"_, returns Monday _^ and" Tuesday. Room 305 Old Maih.: ~;: THE DAILY COLLEGIAH "Tot A Better Penn Stale" Piiblj:<n.M daily _except Sunday arj-i Mortdny _dyrir.K _tft_* entaWi.-_<h<-,- . i'.'f.M, t.n«l the Fr<H- Lance. ._^Cibli.-h_*-i 16S7 J'-. .(«-tl)li!0i««l i;>';0. Su«cess-or to th* Penn Stat-s- C'>l!fc-'ian, i ._';uilar _ColVrct _jtar t>y the :rtuden> of T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 February 1941

_ATTENTION CATERERS ! ANNOUNCING THE ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER LOAD OF FLORIDA FRUIT CAR R. SIDING AT STATE COLLEGE -•'Tuesday • Wednesday Feb. 25 Feb. 26 ONE • Saturday • Monday, Feb. 22 Feb. 24 • Thursday Feb. 27 ORANGES—GRAPEFRUIT—TANGERINES This Fruit Is Tree Ripened With Natural Color, and Shipped from the Grower Same Day As Picked. Plenty of Real Juice and Fine Flavor, Sold by the Bushel — Half (Bring Your Basket) Bushel—Peck PRICES RIGHT FOR QUALITY F_&UIT It Vou Buy Cases of Fruit or Vegetables, It Will Pay You To Check Up At Our Market McKEE'S MAMEI m w. be.™AvE PHONE 4921 ANNOUNCEMENT Effective Midnight, February 19 GREYHOUND LINES —and BUS CO JOHNSTON Depot in S\a\e College Has Been Moved To The Mobilgas Station On North Atherton Street, Opposite The V. F. W, Home. Phone 4181 _rt/_k Let's get acquainted ^^ _£\J£% Step in and have a cup _^ 1*1* fr _^ of, our delicious HOT CHOCOLATE Served From Our Thermostatically _gc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 February 1941

Formal Clothes 22.50 Up _Cfaartwt - EELL.OW SHOP: Headquarters ior- Adam Hats S. Allen St. State CoUege TONIGHT ii a GEORGE _WASMNGMM BIRTHDAY BM_.L _: __ "we ihree_^ _^ Music by the Campus Owls Rabinowjfz_,r -_^ Taylor _^ Disney ~r==: 7? ~_ZS _» Admission—75c per couple^! ii ¦ -:¦ •• ' . . : . *«& Rec Hall For Highest ¦ "Qualifll * Meats CHOICE CUTS v^^iv - .. • _ROASTJ • _SttiB • _tHOPS • SAUSAGE Prompt an4 . « .'cxTh_;. _O _T_^. _jj' Courteous-Delivery i . * ¦> - ,' I. ' MILLERS MARKET 104 W. Beaver Ave. .;; j * £»fcBSE775 Mem fete Vote For ;iiMa8_May0u$en; _tfaaeProioosed _^ WSGA ¦ Announces- Candidates i_^ 8abcock7 Taylor Vie For Top Post; swimmers Begin-M^; 9^^^^ Mass Meeting Made Compulsory A joint committee of men and vomer ¦decided last night that >nen should "not vote for this year's May Queen and proposed a plan for having future May _Queens selected by a committee composed of 15 representativ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 February 1941

Two Independent Cliques Still Lack Class Candidates With the deadline for party petitions and platforms slated for next Tuesday, only the sophomore and- junior Independent parties are without a ticket. Gerald F. Doherty '42, Independent chairman has announced that, his party's slate will be selected tomorrow, while the sophomore group will nominate on Monday night, according to William P. McFadden '43, party leader. Signatures of 200 voters, 25 per cent of them women, must be handed in to the All-College Elections Committee for All-College candidates, Richard C. Peters '41, chairman, has reminded all party chairmen. One hundred students must support class office aspirants. The All-College average of the candidate must be included with each petition, Peters added. No politician can run for an office unless he has a 1. average or over. Party platforms will be announced at the All-College mass meeting on Tuesday, March 4, where all major candidates will make their initial appearanc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 February 1941

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of ...----_— Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ROLLER SKATING Saturday Afternoon .. 2-5 Saturday Evening 7-9,3-11 20c ARMORY ICE SKATING Afternoons 2- 6 _Cyenirigs 7_^10 15c Saturday open until 11 p m. 10c after 9:30 p. m. For Only XOc Mew Beaver Field Rink CAMPUS CALENDAR TODAY Boxing, Penn . State, versus Army, Rec Hall, 7 p. rn. Wrestling, Penn State versus Cornell, Rec Hall, 8 p.jn. Swimming, Perm- State versus Rutgers, Glennland Pool, 2 p. . m Freshman swimming, Penr State versus Cornell, Glennlanc Pool, 2 p.m. ¦ ' Gymnastics, Penn State versus Minnesota, Rec Hall, 2 p. m. Freshman, gymnastics,. Penn State versus Temple, Re_"e Hall, 2 p. m. Fencing, Penn State versus Pennsylvania, Rec Hall, 2 p. m Freshman basketball, Penn State versus Susquehanna, Rec Hall 1 p. m. Freshman wrestling, Penn State versus Cornell, Rec Hall, 4 p. m. Roller skating, Armory, 2 p. m., 7 p. m., and 9 p. m. Drydock, Sandwich...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 February 1941

: Penn Sttite Players : Should Heaven Protect The Working Girt? .for Answer See The Streets of New York 500 SHEETS WHITE OR YELLOW PAPER _tfxSM ONLY 39c A Common Expression In Town And On Campus "You Can Get It At Metzgers" 25% REDUCTION ON SKATES AND SKIIS _Resfiufffed « Boxing Team _« Siel _< <i _Vietof y Over _«West _« ivaimiiicu _UWA1113 iaiii _j_*eiv:> _y _itcory wvr yy 5_* _romwers; Lions Clash With Powerful Cornell Matmen At 8 P.M. Tonight iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiii Lewis Will Box First Hopeful Mentors LEO HOUCK Q_~:_~L_^_- Baffle Of Light Weights Seen As Nittany Squad Bout;At 155 Pounds; Mori %y< Fight H_&avy By.STAN POKEMPHER A rejuvenated and" reshuffled Nittany Lioh~ boxing team will battle Army for its first victory since defeating Western Maryland, 7-1, in the season's opener, am'idst a glamorous military setting in Rec Hall at 7 p. m. today. Jimmy Lewis, EIBA ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 February 1941

Want S@!_ii_@_im i You Bm'l Have!.. - You Don'1 Want iiytu i chiii _; to© Something 15 nmMViimMm « n » umaw , _«vwn _wv . _rafte Advantage Of The SECTION CLASSIFIED (tfZTw! DAILY COLLEGIAN _^m_^_MJdTff_^ mSk Shows al 1:30, 3:00, 6:30 _^iHBHHBHNK Evenings al 6:30, . 8:30 * - Malinee Saturday Only., at .1 t3fl TODAY: '_-' -"-' - -- ._M'aiirery 'Mazur, Zeigler Top Nominees Vying For WRA Offices On March; 5 Additional Nomination! _Possible At Compulsory Mass Meeting Tuesday _Sernice M. Maurer, Helen L Mazur, and Betty L. Zeigler wil compete for the WRA _presidency >_u women's elections _Wedrssday March 5, Marjory A. Har ' wick Ml, WRA president, has announced-. Opponents for" the vice-presidency will be A. Ruth Krimmel Patricia MacKinney, and Ruth J Moore, sophomores, and foi treasurer, Pauline Grossman and Mary V. Devling, sophomores. The. defeated presidential candidate _automatically becomes sec->-clary. X_^ominations for WRA offices wer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 February 1941

Hockey, Skiing Pledged Bucknell Chosen Baird, Doherty Selected Wipp_&t By A. A. Board New President As All-College Nominees Of Association 3 _;No Future Admissions _^Slated For Hotkey -Hockey and skiing emerged,as full-fledged intercollegiate sports, guaranteed full financial support, at a-busy, four-hour ' meeting of the Athletic Advisory Board in the .Nittany Lion Inn on Saturday. ¦ On motion of the student members of the board, Jack W. Brand '41, William B. Bartholomew '41 arid Adam. A. Smyser '4 . 1, the srjiorts were promised full financial support. It was announced, _toov that in the future no student admissions would be charged for hockey. . . : In' its busiest meeting of the 3'ear, the Board took these other important actions: ;;. 1. Passed a resolution urging the-college to end its policy of discrimination against athletes for campus jobs and urging the establishment of a student placement bureau as soon as possible. .' 2. Called on Dr. Carl P. Schott, dean of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 February 1941

_AMOW HANDKERCHIEFS ARROW _SHIR Tg ire MEN'S APPAREL .r. .:.-.• • 146 S. A LLEN ST. Diagonally Actoss From Post Office - • "" ARROW TIES ARROW UNDERWEAR ARROW SHIRTS ARROW TIES • - AjJROW _HANKIES . - ARROW SHIRTS AND SHORTS -¦¦- ..::. -. :::: Charles J_'cllouj -_%_bop HEADQUARTERS FOR ADAM HATS STATE COLLEGE Auden: -This magazioe _^ _has some good poratsH-likfe it ™ _PORTFOLIO STUDENT UNION HIE DAILY _COLLEfllAI "Tor A Better Penn State" " _TM.-iMiKhci 19-H. _Successor to the Penr. State _Collegian, OKtahli_/_.he._] 1904. and -the "Free Lance, established 1887 _Ifuljlislied daily except Sunday and Monday _during the j- visuKit Colli1 -re y_«-r by the students of The- Pennsylvania f_^.'i-l_^ _College Eni_^ire-i as second-class matter July 5 . 1934 I:' the jMt,t~_off:<-._» v. Staw College, Pa., under th-? act <yi J„'.->trJ) 6 . 1879 Si&tm Smy;ser "41 _M_^gpfc- iawrence Dxiever '41 _Xftfitaria) and Busirea_; Office Downtown _Offic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 February 1941

THAT SENTIMENTAL GENTLEMAN OF SWING TOMMY DORSEY PLAYS AT BALL SENIOR Rec Hall February 28 FRANK SIWTRA :(^: _/ H_«H _" . _- : .: -b PIED _PfPERS THE DORSEY TROMBONE • • TitheUBnSaU Friday At A Window On At Poor Price—$3.85 FRANK SINATRA FLORIST WOLFE JAMES WOLFE—CLASS '39 GLENNLAND BLDG 2217 v a.m. to L p.m. daily except _Saturday wnen they will be from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. This change in business hours has been made necessary in order to comply fully with the federal Fair Labor Standards Act commonly known as the Wage-Hour Uw. Your cooperation is requested in the observance of these hours_. THE PEOPLES'NATIONAL BANK of Slate College _NevelM Scoring Eliminates Points For _Managers, Letters, Numeral Men ' A change in the intramural scoring system, unanimously . - -_^adopted yesterday by the. Intrai: mural Board, eliminates all " -h 'points:;fpr _paying varsity letter ;: wTnneYs,' "rnanagers of numeral ;; men. The All Year Intramural ' A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 February 1941

Sheer Blouses for Formal or Informal iS%r;; Occasions! _. j_^ _^m Smart Sheer Blouses Th White and Pastels mm & 32,93 and $3.9® mem mi Tailored Sheers 1$ SI.98 _fc Crepe and Silk Jersey Evening Skirts in Black or White FOR RENT—Large room with sleeping porch. Two or three boys. Light cooking facilities. 124 So. Burrowes. Telephone 2635. 3t 2-26-41L _^ "$ _<tir ir H-icm_/f A _^7 ft NrtV_^ ¦ |/\\ V 5 a, * Vw** I Lenses Duplicated •f f row Broken Pieces * EXPERT REPAIR WORK j i ! _Prnmpt Service +¦ _tV _• I0)ir,. Eva I. Roam East College Avenue _l Q-pp,. Atherton Kali 0 000/3" lesterhe 7 it's the smoker's cigarette COOLER, MILDER, BETTER-TASTING It's called the SMOKER'S cigarette because Chesterfield is the one cigarette thaifgives you a COMPLETELY SATISFYING smoke. You try a Chesterfield and find them COOL and PLEASANT. You light one after another and find the)' really TASTE BETTER. You buy pack aft...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 February 1941

^^Kttgpin . Proceeds Despite Attack Foes Charge Politics In Probe Asked By House piidehts May Buy Band liniloirins; Ball Fees Cut Night In Manhattan' h Setting For Senior Bail /"All-College Cabinet last night heard , ' t ' Be outlines of a plan to assess every student $1 next year to- provide new uniforms for the Blue Band and to establish a fund which would take care of uniform ._replacements in the future. No action was.taken because of the absence of Theodore -Rice '41,' chairman of Interclass- Finance Committee. It was indicated, however, that a' final decision will be made next Tuesday as. " to whether the matter should be submitted to the student_, body at the All-College Elections. Other actions included the following: ¦¦;: lv- Checking fees for all ' class dances _beginning with Senior Ball oh Friday were cut to 10 cents a person on motion of A. John Currier '42. The-motion passed, 10-8. - 2. The State College Cooperative Society was denied representation to Cabi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 February 1941

* DANCE PROGRAMS • CIRCULARS ' • SHOW CARPS ? TICKETS All Occasions Printing Bone For NITTANY nmm aw publishing _co DIAL 4883 119 S. FRAZIER ST playing for your dancing pleasure at ENGINEER HOB 9-12 in the Armory Informal $1.00 per couple tax incl _M NEWEST THINGS IN SPORT COATS HAVE ARRIVED Plaids V<? * *llr_* Tweeds Stripes 5 _W_^ Pains sf_* _JsSaSgsr . _-_^- *a« * Jfiiff / '*^ _j_^- *jar l&_W W j "The Home" of Hart, Scfiaffner and Marx KaWs Men's _Sli 130 S. _ALLEJJ ST The Penn Stale Engineers Invite You to Visit Their OPEN HOUSE WEEKEND March 14th Starting Friday Evening with JIMMY HYDE and his Barnei and Bechet + + + ' • ' Blues by Bessie Smith + -4- ? + Goodman Sextet _*s." Fletcher Henderson- -. and others - - * WHEN? Thursday Afternoon ,. 4:00 P.M. WHERE? The Record _Shojroi THE COLLEGE BOOK STORE;. ^^_X 129 W. Beaver _Jto.'rrrrr THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A- Better Penn State" _S.-iabl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 February 1941

Eugene H. Uderer REAL ESTATE 114 E. Beaver Ave. Stale College DIAL 4066 PENN STATE CLASS RINGS BALFOUR BRANCH OFFICE 109 S.Allen St Al Charles' Fellow Shop _£iT§e * i_#j_£*;" ')'. - A imagers uiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiumiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Outclass Mexican Diplomats, 62 To 18 Nittany Swimmers Gun Mori Upsets lion Fisticuff Lineup wade Mori s . unexplained departure from varsity boxing has once more scrambled the Lion lineup just when Penn State fisticuff fans thought they had a well-balanced team. Mori, for whose departure no satisfactory reason has been given, filled the heavyweight bill quite adequately last Saturday when the Lions defeated Army _W/z-lVi. __His lefts and rights with their dynamite contents and his burly constitution gave little but a more polished style to be desired. With Mori out, Leo Houck will have to solve the heavyweight problem all over again. Unless a new "White hope" appears, Houck will have to either replace Mor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 February 1941

SHERW1 - WILLIAMS PRODUCTS PORTER and WEBER PHONE 2793 123 S. _FRAZJES ST. FOR RENT—Large room wita sleeping porch. Two or three boys. Light cooking facilities. 124 So. Burrowes. Telephone 2635. 3t 2-26-41L Mt LOST. STRAYED. "STOLEN—Black. Persian cat from Veterinary Hospital. Ag Hill. Sentimental value. Return to hospital. No auestions asked. 3t chg 26D —On The Same dPzogram-jr The CATHAUM THEATRE Presents Its Annual "SCREtN WINTER carnival" V- An Exciting Round-up oi Sports -Reels: - "ICE CAPERS" ., "SNOW EAGLES" . "ICE CUTTERS" "SNOW FUN" Hockey. Skating and Skiing «_25_l£ _\ut _^ * «e TODAY and THURSDAY UMSV'_^-_^ VS^^^^Pr_^ HOTEL BEAUTE _SALOU OVER CORNER ROOM DIAL 2286 Have Your Crowning Glory Ai Its Lovliest for SENIOR BALL Let Our Skilled Operators Dramatize You For SENIOR BML r jet Us Fix Your —SHOES— I E. KUNE Shoe Repair arS.M.R. O'Hara ix Table Monday Prominent Speaker Miss S. M.'R. O'Hara_, _Secret t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 February 1941

injunction Issued For Bus Stop Return Stops Council / Leitzeii From Using Ordinance „ ., , . ~ 3 Town Merchants Heifetz Appears Here R|e Comp | ainf Bj„ At End Of Concert Tour b _v Stanley j. pokem By STANLEY J. POKEMPNER LA School Council Launches Plan To Rale Faculty | f 5 Coeds Penalized For 'Cutting7 Meeting Judicial Removes 1 O'clockPermissions Five hundred and seventy-five women will have one o'clock date permissions removed for failing to attend the compulsory WSGA-WRA mass meeting Tuesday night, according to the decision made by WSGA Judicial Committee yesterday. . 01 the 647 coeds absent frorm the meeting, over 90 presented excuses-to the committee.. Seventy-two of these were accepted and over 20 are under further consideration. :., "Excuses from other absentees, to. be valid, must be given to me within 24 hours," L. Eleanor Benfer. '41, Judicial Committee chair-' man, announced last night. "If the excuse is-for a class, it should include_~"the time, place, cour...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 February 1941

$ Dollar Days $ W'ind tip Fromm_'s Winter Season 55c Hose - - ipaHUfl 50c Hose - - - 3 pair $1.11 $5.00 Scheie Hals, disc. ¦ $1.01 $1.08Ties-- ' - IktM $1.65 Sfiirts - - each $1J $1.95 Pajamas - each $J.i $5,% Hen's Shoes, each toot $! .§§ $5 Women's Shoes, ea= Soot $1.M F'orsheim Shoes, Discoun! $1.0® Sweaters, various styles $1.00 Suits, Topcoats, Finger-tip Coats, _^WorjE Coats, Reversibles Have Been Brast&'af^'. Reduced !^-Our Loss—Your Gain-- FROMM'S THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Stale" E-taM lulled _IfMfl. _Suwfetsor to the Penn State Collcjiar., _estahlishetl _11HI4. and the Free Lance, established 1_SS7 I'_ublwhe<i daily except Sunday, ami Monday _durinjr the _regular _College year by the student_^ of The Pennsylvania ;*t:Ue _Colletrc. Knteietl as teeond-class matter July 5, 1934 :>t the post-office at State _Collojre, Pa., under the act ot * Man* S, 1?7». Editor _^w-r. Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Adam _Smyser '41 5^^^te' Lawrence Drieve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 February 1941

S 'HE:_fiiay not look like this . . Hut she will be smiling. When" you-take her to the : i -Ball . . . Wearing' one of our cor"s'as'es of course . . , ' _» _= r ._* -* , J/** -6* _t > _ft3r 1i OWEET Peas, Roses, Or-^ chids, Gardenias and other flowers made up into lasting corsages for as little as SI. S *•;?** ^•MAREMOR FLORISTS Let Us Solve Your MILK PROBLEM ;;; . With' Pure." Wholesome. Milk MEYER MILK R. IX 1 _^horie 4220 BMt Mazzocco, Sophomore :co_, Sophomore 127-Pound Boxer, Declared Ineligible Wrestling Doubfeheader Program In Rec Hall Tonight Basketball, - FoufhUn _Pftlsbrgh immM_&M\ Tcwrney •- SockinK::Billy 'Mazzocco, Lior 127-pourid ._^ sophomore _boxing sensation, '" was yesterday declared ineligibler.Jon_ -further participation in-college rings by Dr Carl P.Shott .-dean of the school of- Physical.Education and Athletics. . . .. .. .;;::.:.:. ¦ • . ¦• Mazzocco,'who was fast-developing iritd one- of the most promising Nit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 27 February 1941

FRIDAY ONLY Remnants and. Discontinued Lines At At Half Price! EGOLF'S fHlfUfUt ' ' -"""" : Xlt-: _Vi1iLIiLJi_3 Roasters, and Slewing .{.lb. _jL\* I UKllE 13 Fully Dressed .v. _Ab.jL_* DUCKS .....Sill CdOK'SJM_^_rtBl 119 S. FRAZIER ST. -"_? ¦r -_^_iM&& "HAVE YOU TRIED NEW BEAVER BROS BREADS and SWEET ROLLS Call BEAVER BftOS Phone Lewisiown 7S ..* „ * _MitOSWifto. _. '_^w & j_^f/•- ' i ^^^if• ' •:_{' .•'> •'_?, "Kv-t_» ' - .;-liMTT "GGOI fcflKJKlV = \ \ OLD COUNTRY STYLE" FOR SENIOR BALL rafce A Taxi RESIDES' TAXI _Oicri 3421 The State Theatre Is Happy To'Present TODAY ONLY" ' A Return Showing of PAUl ROBESON— In Eugene O'Neill's "EMPEROR JONES" This showing has been; arranigS ed in response "to the. many r_& quests of enthusiastic : Xrtisfs_% Course_.pairons_^ :".:' . _,_r. rL':£ "" _sEe i ^^^^^^^^^—^^^^^^^^^^^^ _-^^^^^^^ WSGA, WRA Primary Voting ( loses 5 p.m.; No Proxy Ballot...

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