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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 March 1941

Nine Seniors Named Jo Phi Beta Kappa .Six WomenrThree Men J_^ass Re quirements . Nine-seniors, six women and :: three, mpri, were named to membership in Phi Beta Kappa, na-- "tional scholastic honorary, yesterday alter completing requirevments of a liberal curriculum and an All-College average of 2.5. ,-M. .Elizabeth Baker, Harris •' Freedman, Gertrude H. Hecht, .; Norman . Racusin, and Edythe B. Rickel have been selected from . the arts and letters curriculum; ; William . R.' Brink, M. Janet 'Gillespie, and Nelia M. Hazard, education; and Elinor L. Weaver, psychology. Specific qualifications for _ser lection include the completion . of six credits from six of the ' eight following subject groups: biological sciences, physical sciences, social studies, philosophy and. psychology, mathematics, English, language and literature, foreign languages, and arts. Fur; thermore, work must have been liberal- in- _character, with all courses subject to the approval-of the local cha...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 March 1941

njoy ou TIE IB/Ml? COlLEtMi "Toe A Better Penn State*" )_i.(.i))_lLs"n«i 1043. _Suc.-eaaor to the Penn Stat.? 0-iUe_^i.ia, e.'iUbltehc-, '! 1904. and the Fre» Lance, establishel 1887 Published daily »xc;pt Sunday and Monday during _Hii rvs;ul.ir _Oillcje v_^ir by th<; students of The _Pennsylvania i>(_.°Ll/_s Coll_«.'-*. _Enteral as second-class matter July 5. 19Jt _ixt the poat-offiw? at State _College. Pa., under the -id. c-£ Mai-jh 8, 1879 Editor _^_aato. _^US- an<* Adv. Mgc _, /vdara _Smysac '41 <B^^*& Lawrence Driever '41 _Jiliiijrial and _Biwiuam _Ottir.i: Downtown _Office 813 Old Mam Bid.;. 119-121 South Frasier St. Phone 7LL Nisht Phone 4372 Women's E iit/ir—Ver,1 L, Kemp "-U; Mana'jiintt Editor •—)t:ihert K Litu- Ml; Sport- Editor—Richard C. Peters Ml: News Editor—William E. Fowler "41; Feature Editor—15-lward J. K. Mi:L)H» Ml, Assistant _Manauinjf Editor—ilayit'-| Uloom Ml; Women's _Manayinjr Editor—Afita I<. _Keft'eran. M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 March 1941

NEW YORK THE STREETS i OF A Work of Art OUR SHIRT WORK IS Clean And Attractive PENN STATE LAUNDRY Dial 326! 320 W. Beaver Ave Underdog Nittany Lion Boxing Team Will Begin Its Defense Of EIBA Title At Syracuse Tonight At 8 Lion Hockey-men Lose To Hershey, 5-2 Defending Champion •> ,3VSv- "-a ~ ' ' f 'dKBSSSB/Hm_^ m .'V V'^"' : » "V- » Jimmy Lfewis, defending 165-pound EIBA champion, starts his battle for._" ' jthe 155-pound title when he meets lanky John Clark. Cornell co-captain and defending 155-pound titleholder, in the 18th annual EIBA tournament at Syracuse tonight. Baird, Lewis, Fiore, Stanley, Mall, Cohen, In Tonight' s Bouts Listed as the underdog for the first time in many years, Penn State's boxing team starts its defense of the team title of the Eastern Intercollegiate Boxing _Association in Syracuse tonight with six Lion boxers in the firstround bouts. ' Seven times since 1924 the Lions have taken the EIBA team title, but only once—in 19...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 7 March 1941

Schwab And Hart*-.. THE STREETS OF NEW YORK Pemm State Playeirs "The Hottest Show Since The Chicago Fire" _tickets 50c:at.S_<ll. _« STEP 001 <& Freshly Cleaned Clothes We safely restore the color arid patterns of your clothes to the original lustre and prolong fabric life.' Hiland Shop TAILORS GLEANERS 220V_4 S. Allen St. DIAL 3171 Remember ! Dial 842 FOR A FULL EVENING'S SUPPLY OF * CLEAN. PURE CRYSTAL CLEAR ICE FOR ONLY 25c DELIVERED i; Ask For The Hospitality Pack Hillside Ice & Storage Company Babcock_, Zeigler Assume WSGA, WRA'Ports ¦ ' ¦ OCUr ' lUU-vlr hi A* A ?i\ WSGA bracelets for outstanding _\nles Heads Judicial; set . vice to the organization this _i' mnii AM; „«».,. WU,_™ ,_^ 'year. Thev are Margaret R. Ro-K WRA OftlCerS Named berts '42, May Day co-chairman; Thirteen new officers, headed Gertrude L. Hellmers '41, cohy Jean Babcock '42, WSGA chairman of Junior-Senior Rejirusident, and Bettv L. Zeigler o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 March 1941

Senior Gift Proponents Write On Loan Fund, Mural Baird, Fiore Win EIBA Bouts As Lewis, Scally Bow Meets Army Bomber v E t' \.i w Nitlany 155-Pounder Loses To Cornell Champ Special to the Collegian SYRACUSE, N. Y., March 7—Four of Penn State's defending EIBA championship team stepped into the semi-finals of th« 18th annual Eastern Intercollegiate Boxing Association tournament here tonight. Only Vic Fiore, the "Fighting Barber," and Bob Baird, out _oi six Lions who entered the ring in the first-round bouts tonight, were able to defeat their opponents. Paul Mall and Captain Frank "Red" Stanko are entered in the semi-finals tomorrow afternoon as a result of byes. Syracuse's undefeated team retained seven men in the tourney, to make the Orange odds-on favorites to cop the crown Penn State won last season at State College. The representation of other teams in the semi-finals is: Army_, five men; Cornell, Virginia, and the United States Coast Guard Academy, four each; and ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 March 1941

Announcing' the publication of a volume of poems by one of the most distinguished of the younger generation of American poets Open House By Theodore Roethke Assistant Professor of English, Pennsylvania State College Published March 10th_, at $2.00 Autographed first edition copies on sale at TheW.B.Keeler Bookstore State College, Pa THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "Tor A Better Penn State"" _12_hi ilili.shtf-l 19-1 ¦ '). Stic-aasor t-/ t_'m: _Peim Stat* _Colifejlirt, ratxbjiahel 1(104, ,in-l th»; Free Lance, establish*! 1887 Publish-?} daily except Sunday and Monday _during the jv;;ul.ir _Collect.' ye.ir by the student-, 01 Tho Pennsylvania fii._il/s CoKww En tired as o_^ond-class matter July 5, 1934 »l the -p_^t-offjr;,.' at _Stx_'_v_; _College. Pa., under the act *>t M(ii--.h 8, 1870. Editor _sp»- ,. Bus - an! * Asfr, Mgc. /?dam _Sinyaee '<U ^^HH_^ _Lawrance Brie _fer *4£ 13-fiforial ind _Busine._w CKt'uv. Downtown OCfice .IIS Old Main Blii: 113-121 South _Fiazi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 March 1941

MIT, Princeton Today in Triangular Baffle Lion Gymnasts Meet The Lion gym team will enter the triangle meet against Princeton and Massachusetts Institute of Technology at Princeton this afternoon a strong favorite to cop the day's honors and clinch third place in the Eastern Intercollegiate League.' Today's meet will close the season- "for Coach Gene Wettstone's gymnasts whose narrow 28 to 26 defeat by Temple last week knocked them out of the running for the title. The only contest remaining on the schedule is the Eastern Intercollegiate Championship meet at Boston on Saturday, March 22, when the individual titles will be decided. Roman ' Pieo, Sol Small, and Lew Bordo will once again lead the State forces, the three having accounted for practically all the Lion scoring this year. Other gymnasts ' making the trip are Captain Ben Stahl, Jack Krause, Charlie Senft and John Teti. Today's Fencing Meet With Lehigh Cancelled The fencing,meet with Lehigh, scheduled for Rec Hall at 2 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 March 1941

Last Showing Tonight ILasf Showing Tonighft STREETS OF NEW YORK-* ™~ A Hissera®—f }|| "Hailed by Last Night's Audience As A Super Production" Schwab Alld, 50c IPeeimim $_Me IPlayeir Member <ni Federal Deposit _Insurance _CwparatwK iHE OINAL BANK OF 'COLLEGE Tr FIRST NAT STATE ILaslt (Performance ®_i:3® •¦ _Toni_&ht - 8_i:3i You Can't Afford To Mis %\\\\mk ©f Hew York _Presented by rb_» _PEtTN STATE PLAYERS Babcoclk_, Zeigler Propose _^ cwWSGA,WRAPIans Aim For (Coed Interest More Sports Adivily-!n Student (Government (Goal Set For Women "Broadening coeds" interest _ir winuen_'s student, government S'. Uioy will realize its _importance i)i their college and post-collegt )j v<.-!:5," was cited as the principa. _Tiiri of WSGA Senate for tht _roming year by Jean. Babc'ock '42 Di'w WSGA _president. "By creating more interest it women's student government we hope to be able to dispense with compulsory meetings," she continued. Ori...

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

Witoess Charges AH-College Election Polls Open Today; C_^operafio_. Kfouse Maintains Lea d In Second Poll Hon By College Agent $5,000 Senior Gift '< - : Special lo the Collegian - HARRISBURG, Mar. 10.— Charging that Milton S. McDowell, director of extension service, was not cooperating with the program in the Blacklick District, John H. Stephens, secretary of the'Soil Conservation Board of supervisors of Indiana County, began testimony yesterday before the House of Representatives three-man investigating committee in its probe of the Pennsylvania State College Extension service and the Soil Conservation Board. . .. Until the probe is complete, all appropriations to the College are being withheld. • McDowell told the Indiana board he did not favor the program because the federal government was practically supporting it, Stephens testified. Although in favor of soil conservation itself, McDowell claimed he was merely opposed to government aid, and advocated state ...

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

FREE!! For the First Time— All You Need Is Your Matriculation C For The WSGA Dance With Music by THE NITTANY NINE Girl Brings The Boy f; r March 21 Forma! Rec Hall • MICE PROGRAMS • CIRCULARS • SHOW CARDS • TICKETS Printing Done For All Occasions NITTANY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING( H9 S. FRAZIER ST. DIAL 4868 * CLEANLINESS * QUICK SERVICE DEPENDABILITY m PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver Ave. Dial 3261 ARE SUMMONED TO BE A WITNESS AT "THE TRIAL OF MARY DUGAN" TODAY AND TOMORROW CATHAUM THEATRE Eugene H. Lederer REAL ESTATE 114 E. Beaver Ave. State College DIAL . 4066 CAMS CALENDAR INFIRMARY CASES TODAY Calcium exhibit, Room 20i Home Economics, 8 a.m.—noon. All-College elections, first _flooi lounge. Old Main, 12:30—8 p.m. PSCA Freshman Council entertainment committee, Hugh Beaver Room, 4 p.m. Student Union Dance, Armory 4 p.m. : House of Representatives picture, Room 305 Old Main, 4:45 p.m. Cii'culo Espanol, Grange Playroom, 7 p.m....

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

Ever The Biggest ENGINEER'S HOP Is fo be held March 14ih in the Armory from 9-12 with JIMMY LEYDEN'S PENN STATE COLLEGIANS furnishing the music. $1.00 Per Couple Tax Inch Informal Dress EXPERT PHOTOFINISHING Enlarged Prints from 35mm to 620 films Enlarged from 116 Prints or 616 6c Free Developing With Order For Prints Rea & Derick, Inc Allen Street Next To Bank Clock _^ « » _b M n _^ _^ did a man pay his beautiful _f_& M\ Mr M _^ _^secretary $150.00 a week? _m Mk _M m_^ Why did he call on her at _mrnmB 9BHM w _^ 3:00 A _-M _-? _im W m m why did lhe secret of her V T HI -H H past convince all but one that she was guilty of murder? "THE TRIAL OF MARY DUGAN" Will Take Place Today and Tomorrow At The CATHAUM THEATRE Fraternities! . . . HAVE YOU TRIED NEW BEAVER BROS BREADS and SWEET ROLLS Call BEAVER BROS Phone Lewistown 791 Let Us Solve Your MILK PROBLEM With Pure. Wholesome Milk R. D. 1 Phone 4220 State Boxers Place Fifth ...

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

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

Viewing The Draff College Training 10,000 For Defense; Committee Will Aid Draft Objectors 300 Students Apply For Advanced R0TC; Summer Camps Listed A special advisory committee for students seeking alternate Selective Service duty because of conscientious objection to military training has been established by the Student Religious Workers Council of the PSCA. Appointments for advice may be made with individual members of the committee: Dr. John H. Ferguson, assistant professor of political science; Rabbi Benjamin Kahn, director of the Hillel Foundation; D. Ned Linegar, associate secretary of the PSCA; Adrian' O. Morse, assistant to the president; and Rev. C. Gail Nbrris, student pastor of the Wesley Foundation. Meanwhile7~another effect of national defense on the College became evident as more than 300 sophomores applied for 90 openings in advanced ROTC. Fiftytwo of the available positions are in the infantry and 38 in engineering. The ROTC department is attempting to make a...

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

Hart. Schaffner & Marx KALIN'S MEN'S SHOP 30 S. Alien Si THE MUSIC ROOM Glennlahd Building rr _t _ri 4 -r •<• n ¦ A Penn Slate Tradition RCA VICTOR RADIOS RECORDS SUITS Flamraels _Tweetfe 3 Button Single Breasted TIE DAILY COLLEGIA • *"Foc A Better Penn Stats'; Ei.i-iblisheJ 1340. Successor to the Penn State Collegian, establi_^he-i 1004. and the Free Lance, established 1687 Published daily e:ccepfc Sunday and Monday during the _icsular _College year hy the students of The Pennsylvania .fiUite College. Entered as .second-class matter July B, 1934 nl the T>ost-o£_fii:e at State _College. Pa., under the act o£ Msr-A S. W ) Editde _s_&& s_^ B _"s - and *•_£?.M _^-/ Adam Smysec "41 <I^^B> Lawrence briefer '41 /O'iilotiai and Dusinesn OCfice Downtown Office »'._3 Old M._ii.i 01,);: 119-121 South Frazier St. l'l>»ri » 711 Night Phone 4372 . Women'-, E.J.tor — Vera L. Kemp '41; _Maniiine Editor - r.-jh...

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

' . '" _x_^ _^ 5 ' _HH_^_HSSSi SSi-****** RYTEX FLIGHT Riding Club Asks College Boxer$ p repare Approval For New Stable c ». ,, . Plans for a stable of 12 stalls fQf fs_3f!0!13lIS to be erected on the campus by the Riding Club were submitted to the College for approval yesterday by Ray M. Conger, director of the All-College Outing Club. The club intends to meet the expenses of building the stables, but no definite site for them has yet been chosen. Club membership will cost $15 per semester, according to Dr. Henry L. Yeagley, sponsor. Seventy members applied for riding privileges at the first meeting, Monday. Tennessee walking horse, especially bred to be ridden at a fast walking pace, was exhibited. Penn State's boxers turn-ed their backs on the most disastrous EIBA tourney the Lions have ever participated in, as they started looking forward to the grand finale of the season, the NCAA tournament, scheduled for Rec Hall, March 27, 28, and 29. Only on...

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

You've Seen Those Sparkling Sheet Prints In Our Window ? 11 i From Your Fraternity Negatives, Special For A Limited Time Only At One Dollar Each. Penn State. Photo Shop PROTECT ¥« EYES from the glare of SUM AND SNOW Tour Sight I Priceless— Worthy of Fine SUNGLASSES Advisory Council Open For Nominee Suggestions Suggestions f or.nominees to the Home Economics Advisory Council may be dropped in a box placed in the Home Economics lobby today and tomorrow. For women wishing to nominate themselyes, a petition with 15 names must be handed into the Home Economics main office before Monday noon. Elections will be held in April. * Senate Muses _Lafe Permissions No further late permissions will be granted coeds for allcampus functions such as church .socials, according to a decision reached last night by WSGA Senate. The ruling will be enforced to enable women students to spend _sufficient time on their studies and in consideration of the fact that campus functions are ...

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

Varsity Debaters Blakeslee, Richards Head Judge Walker Dissolves Hold Convention J™iors; Polls Close Today j_^ B(|s | n : unction " The Penn State men and women's varsity debating squads and the Forensic Council will sponsor' their sixth annual Pennsylvania Debaters Convention on canipus Friday and Saturday, William E. Harkins '42, men's debate manager, announced yesterday. Delegations from 22 colleges yvill be ¦ assigned to committees Friday morning to discuss and make reports on two current debating topics, "The United State's defense policy," and "The United State's foreign policy in relation to war and the Western Hemisphere." The parliamentary sessions will open irt" Room 121 Sparks Building at 8 p.m. tomorrow, and will be continued Saturday at 9 a. m. The general assembly will discuss the reports from the various . committees and amend, adopt, or reject the proposals. The parliamentary sessions will be open to the public. ¦ The representatives who will take part from the P...

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

"Muggsy Spanier Day" Selections Covering His Entire Career, 1926-1938 Comment by Walt Berkov and Bill Lahnei THE COLLEGE BOOK STORE 129 W. Beaver UNDER .THE SPREADING CHESTNUT TREE Weinberger SYMPHONY No. 5 Tschaikovsky Jazz Recital No _Cleveland Orchestra Pre-Concerf As The First of Our Bi-Weekly Thursday Concerls At 8:15 we present the following recordings of the Cleveland Orchestra under Artur Rodzinski: FINLANDIA Sibelius EIN HELDENLEBEN Richard Strauss SCHEHERAZADE, 4th Movement: "Festival at Bagdad; The Sea." THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Baiter Penn Stats" > Sj(.- _ililtsheJ 1040. S-__:__or to the Penn Sta_ C<>l.>,5i- _, o.-_bli_h__' 1904. anj the Fre_* Lance, established 1887 Published daily e-iwpfc Sunday ar.il Monday _during tho _rt - Ul.ir _ColWe _yeir by the students of The Pennsylvania Cl.'i-s Collgg-. Entered as second-class matter July 6, 19-«t. the Dor_.t-offici; at St-ite _College. Pa., under th(» act of M.-\_ 8, 1879 Edi...

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

All Pork Sausage Country Style Pudding COOK'S MARKET For these "Snappy morning" breakfasts TRY i_ Mealy _Scraoo It's WILL BRADLEY And His Orchestra for _MRFMTERNITY BALL f 0-' v -'«^; li_ li ___ * _____,- ¦ " ,_f _™ —featuring—M McKINUY 3f__$ m ¦ _* _*_$¦< _-^___i_ .-_•_» "' sH___^_____*-3 ___ _?" -_^ _^____B____Pi _; s|a_ April 4th X.- •_N ._ ** _ _. * _ » * 3 Cagers Refuse Play-Coach Offer Three Lion basketball seniors have refused, 'at least for the present, an offer of a combined playing-coaching job at Catholic University in far-off Santiago, Chile. The three cagers are Captain Johnny Barr, Scotty Moffatt and Bob Crowell. The offer was made through Roberto Balbontin, a Chilean taking special courses in dairy husbandry at the College. The catch in the proposition and the main reason why none of the players have accepted is that the man taking the job would have to leave sometime this wee...

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

ILil- iral /Artists, Nome Ecers, Ags, C & Few, Chem Physisfs, Pre Neds, and Engineers See You A It At ENGINEERS HOP Tomorrow N i ght Mysic B Jimmy Leyden- &- His Penn State Collegians $100 Par Couple Armory-9-12 - Informal Dress The picture you-ve-waited . eight years to see.-. I Picturized fyllft _a_^ -v. men who gave yoi _Im^^GRA£_f_& 0! jil _R_^_J_^WRWH' _^ ¥©&#>*; -¦ _ t JOHN FORD -_! _??; - _ \ ¦ with."- _i CHARLEY GRAptWlf. at _»«t_»f" _Marjorie Rambe.au.-r w-aftenKTOf .-¦ ¦ . _- _¦ M)»EO K _. ntertf- 1 tlon"\ , 1 *°£S 1 _Bototh. I VV_. *e _«_-t W_»»_- _William Llnt»n " _ m _j g_^j^/_yp_^ Shows at 1:30, 3:0O,_S___T«5OT Freshman Women Hold Exchange Dinner Tonight An exchange dinner _betvjgjgr MacAlIistef; iHall' and -W_»m_^£ Building freshman women .SB. Fairmount Hall men will be -DBS. tonight. s_; Freshman women _goingSStc Fairmount Hall are _Harriattt Block, Kathryn T. Clark, Sotothy G- Clymer, Ba...

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