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

Baird Wins, Campus Takes Class Posts Student Presidents _KfOUSC, Blakeslee, Grey • _^ mm_^ Gain Offices; Loan Fund These Men Are New Full lion Team In New York For E!WA Meel Tops Mural By 5 Votes By ROSS LEHMAN • NEW YORK, March 14.—Eight victory-eager Nittany Lion grapplers prepared to clash with ten powerful mat squads in the 37th annual tournament for the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association championship at Columbia University's . gym today and tomorrow. Eighty-e i gh t representatives from Army, .Navy, Penn, Cornell, Syracuse, Yale, Lehigh, Princeton, - Columbia, Harvard, and Penn State will struggle on tournament mats against formidable competition for individual and team honors. The grapplers will weigh in this morning and drawing for bout positions will follow. Elimination and semi-final matches will be wrestled this afternoon and tonight with the final and second and third consolation place battles scheduled for tomorrow. Lehigh, EIWA title-holder for ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 March 1941

CAMPUS atEHDAR _^ T0DA5f . -:•-: --_. - ••:= Sophomore editorial "-board.- or" Collegian, Room 312 Old Main,,; 4:15p.m. :.„. _i 7 , J,? No engineering; _lecture. -Next'.: one will be held-March 21. Friday evening service,: Hiflel. Foundation, 7:30 p.m. . . Ski'Club; Room 3: 1: 8: 01_' Main," 7 P _„„___,_; . s , Armory, 7 p.m. Engineering Open House, 2-10 p.m. ;;: "• The quartet pictured above Penn "State Riding Club, Stock will entertain at Engineer's Hop Judging Pavilion, 7 p.ni. Monday in the Armory from 9 p.m. to for a11 tn°se interested."Bring midnight tonight. Left-to right, class schedules.- '_' they are Jimmy Leyden, Jackie —— ',';' . Reese, Bill Bogar .and Bill Nes- ¦ ftew Psychology Prof, ¦ » _^auiui _viuio p.m. -_•; Engineering Hop, Armory; m. to midnight. All-College Dancing class HIE DAILY _COUiEaiAiN "Toe A Better Perm State" E»U.bIished 1940. Successor to the Penn "State _Colle._jiaa, _established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1887 Published dai...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 March 1941

•CLEANLINESS M- . • QUICK SERVICE DEPENDABILITY PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W , Beaver A ve. Dial 3261 UNIVERSITY MEN Who Want The NEWEST and SMARTEST HAT Always Ask For A LEE _^3 MEN'S APPAREL 148 S. ALLEN STREET Captain And Coach Of EEWA Hopefuls I Frank Gleason, left, wrestling captain and Coach Charlie Spei del' will lead a full squad of Nittany grapplers in the Eastern Inter collegiate Wrestling Association tournament at Columbia Univer sity gym in New York City today and tomorrow. *** § C-HAGLES •SV _,_/0__ _mnmiHiiiiiiiiiimmimiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiimiiiiii Intramural iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii Results in Fraternity League intramural basketball last night were as follows: KDR 10, Sigma Phi Alpha 0; Phi Gamma Delta 14, Alpha Chi Sigma 10; Gamma Sigma Phi forfeited to Sigma Nu; Delta Theta Sigma 16, Theta Xi 4; Phi Sigma Delta 19, Alpha Kappa Pi 6; Phi Sigma Kappa 13, Phi Delta Theta 4; Sigma Chi 11,...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 March 1941

TYPICAL NIGHT AND SUNDAY RATES_' . _± _ FROM ___«_«_ lg_^ STAT E COLLEGE _lgj_$ N-TO-STATION CALLS FOR 3-MINUTE STATIO Campos Sweeps Election 115 Debaters Except All-College Posts Here For Meel The debaters . Loan Fund Selected As Class Of '41 Gift (Continued from Page One) clinching the sophomore presidency and vice-presidency, along with Margaret L. Campsey as _Kfcretary and Thomas J. Goodwin as treasurer. A record vote 01 approximately 1650 yesterday (for the day_> _riv/elled the total to 3.175 ballots for the All-College office, as compared with 3,348 last year. Penalties of five votes apiece ware deducted from the totals of all "42 Campus and Independent Candidates and from '44 Campus _candidates. All penalties were r»;;sessed for failure to turn in accounts of election expenditures _ou time. * * * New Vice-President Gerald P. Doherty '42, (I) , was elected new All-College vice president as elections closed last night. He polled 1,671 votes to 1.504 for Pet...

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

$$),iO College Three Nittany Wrestlers library Will Be Reach Finals, But Gleason, _dedicated Today Scalzo Drop First Bouts ~' Dedication ceremonies for the $500,000 College Library, erected by the General State Authority in 1939 and opened last fall, will be held in the reserve book room at 2 p.m. today. With President Ralph D. Hetzel presiding at the dedication, Col. J. Franklin Shields, president of the Board of Trustees, will officially present the building to the College. Acceptance will be made by Librarian Willard P. Lewis. The dedicatory address will be given by Phineas L. Windsor, emeritus director and librarian of the Library School of the University of Illinois. Windsor is a past president of -the American Library Association. In the absence of Fred Lewis Pattee, donor of the Pattee Library of rare American litera ture from 1800 to 1850. the nreture from 1800 to 1850, the presentation will be made by William L. /Werner, professor oi American literature and a personal...

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

HUNGRY Study Hour Favorites -« Bookies—Cream Puffe-_^_tonamou Rolk ELECTRIC BAKERY 243 S.'Allen St. Dial. 3121 THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "Foe A Betier Penn State" )3._iUl)lkhe,l 1940. Successor to the Penn State CoKe-iUa. _established 1904. and the Free Lanoe. _established 1887 Publkhe-1 daily _except Sunday and Monday durinir the _regular _Colteje year by the students of The Pennsylvania _fitite _College. Enter.*! as second-class ir.atter July 5. 10:14 «i. the post-office it Stat.? _Colleae. Pa., under th_* act oi March S. 1373. Editor ^«p*f Bus- and Adv 'M _^r _' Adam _Ssaysac "U <D^^I> Lawrence Driever '41 JG'litoiiat and Business' Office Downtown Offioi S_'._J Old M:ii;i Bids 119-121 South. Frar_.ier S:. fiuuj "ML Night Phone 4372 Women'; EJt_'lar—Vera t.. Kemp '41;- Mar.a'rine Editor - U._' _birt II. Luti.. '41 ; Sports Editor—Richard C. Peters '»¦: Nu :• Editor—William E. Fowler. '41; Feature Editor-Edward J. K. _HcLoriu '41; Assistant JMannKin._1 E-iitor—B...

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

_eiw H_» Uderer EALESTATE ...114 E. Beaver Ave. Stale "College DIAL. 4066 -iREYS'MaBETO ORDER SCHILLING PUGH ST _iv.-V THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal deposit Insurance Corpdfatiori Fraternity Signs, Cards and Posters Thornton Outdoor Advertising Rear 220 East College Ave. Phone 2354 B_^fVdted Outstanding Player On All-Pennsylvania Cage Team Ridenour, Valte And Kerns In EIWA Finals Today _reftm_, Princeton Also Advance Three Finalists Hess Will Wrestle For 2nd Place Honors (Continued from Page One) ton; - In consolation bouts, Hess has an opportunity to take second place. Rohrer, Gleason, Alexander, and Scalzo are" out. Penn State summaries: ' 120-pound—Ridenour defeated Ted Schoenbei-g of Harvard, Bob Taubman of Penn and threw Art White of Yale. -' '-' • 128-pound-^—Hess byer, decisioned Bill Norris of Columbia, and lost to Eberle. -. 136-pound — Gleason lost to Mount of Cornell.. " 145-pound- —"Scalzo defeated by Don Blue ...

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

_ti_$_M,a_$_uja>Httatfd w\. ramiiS_™_Rw_^_fiRH S/ v) JAMES HHTON'S bert-solkr mystery.,, now the screen's AoW thrill _sensatiotil m m Added: 'Mat Men'—A sports reel featuring ihe Lehigh University wrestling team. _mtrra count* IMIER PIC til ti Pictured by the men who gave you t7-Tp=5S_^-- ~_J_* RAPES OF WRATH wlffiM _Untied by m $$m< , JOHN FORD _ii^||^;|oa'ftJBip| m mrtii} U 6_%Mk ' l In Sl.ii II Shows at 1:30. 3:006:30, 8;30 TODAY ONLY 1 _yS _Ss»/* .A v /a- -i.H'ii'fi't-anna W_^_IPJW Added: "Green HottKS=S_3 Evenings at 6:30; 8i_90r:.:;:: Matinee Saturday Only at'. 1:30 Men Are Always Right; They Want To Be 'Babied' And 8 More Reasons We Don't Like Men After spending many, long, weary years reading columns on "How To Win Your Man—and Hold Him Too!" or "Fifty Reasons Why I Don't Like Women," we feel it's high time women list a few qualities we don't like in men. Here are a few listed by Penn ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 March 1941

Gerecter, Henson, Smith Elected 1942 Managers Basketball, Swimming, Gym Assistants Named John G. Gerecter '42, Thomas J. Henson '42, and Edgar C. Smith '42, were elected managers of basketball, swimming, and gymnastics, respectively, for 1942, it was announced yesterday. They succeed Marshall D. Miller '41, basketball; Norman G. Greenbaum '41, swimming; and Lowell M. Meeher, Jr. '41,"gymnastics. Three sophomores, Ralph W. Ervin Jr., Richard S. Peifly, and William E. -Murph Jr., were named first assistants in basketball. Harold Snyder '43 was elected freshman manager and A. John Currier Jr. '42 and Alpine W. McLane '42 ibecome associate managers. Robert H. Alkins '43 is the first alternate and Dennis J. Carney '43 the second alternate. Albert I. Eddy Jr., Theodore A. Scott, and William D. Fox, sophomores, were elected first assistants in swimming with William H. Hacker '42 and Edwin B. Weldon Jr. '42 serving as associate managers. James A. Harwick '43 was named freshman manager...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 March 1941

??_%/ Style Catcfae On! «* Mansfield Shoes We've more than an armful, we're a tack-full of spring Mansfields; entirely new in styling but same-as- . ever in traditional com fort and long, long wear. A boon to the wontstnuch-can * t-spendmuch budget. Jl $6,50 luck _Bntpct 114 W. College Ave. " ts the Corner unusual CAMPOS CALENDAR TODAY Collegian senior editorial board. Important. Room 313 Old Main, 8 p. m. Collegian freshman editorial candidates. Room 312 Old Main, 7 p. m. • Collegian junior editorial board. Room 313 Old Main, 4 p. m. Informal history meeting, Room 305 Old Main, 7 p. m. Dr. Pundt will lead a discussion on "The Far East." Student Union dance, Armory, 4 p. m. PSCA Freshman Council dance committee, Room 304 Old Main, 4 p: m. PSCA Forty Forum and-Freshman Council joint meeting to hear Miss Eunice King of the Student Volunteer Movement, 7 p. m. PSCA World Reconstruction Seminar, Home Economics Auditorium, 8 p. m. Speaker: Dr. Ernst Meyer, pro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 March 1941

Let Us Solve Your MILK PROBLEM Wilh ire. Wholesome Milk G. MEYER MILK R. D. 1 Phone 4220 /S_^s doub tful, it's dirty 1 _^_Sl Send R To PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver DIAL 3261 GRADUATES Genuine Engraved Visiting Card $1.95 per hundred Includes Plate 19 Type Styles From Which To Choose NITTANY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO Phone 4868 119 S. Fraxier PENN STATE CLASS RINGS BALFOUR BRANCH OFFICE At Charles' Fellow Shop 109 S. Allen St 1 Points To _^ Remember About FROMM'S CLOTHING 1—Nationally adver Used Brands 2—All Sizes in Stock 3—Newest and Smartest Styles 4—Exclusive Yet Economical Fromm's Opp. Old Main MAGAZINES AND SMOKERS' SUPPLIES • All Monthly and Weekly Magazines -¦ • Daily Papers From Many "Home Towns" • Cigarettes; Cigars and All Other Smoker Supplies • 'Come In Today To NITTANY NEWS STAND Fraternities I . . HAVE YOU TRIED NEW BEAVER BROS BREADS and SWEET HOLLS Call BEAVER BROS Phone Lewisiown 791 3 Lion Matmen ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 18 March 1941

D|l\rf Wanted mi KIVEJ mmi R.W. '2_> Wilkes-Barre. L— Fi _Eig@_m® I, _Lederenr REAL ESTATE 114 E. Beaver Ave. State College DIAL 40(56 JWE _ORDER OF THE BAY IS ie e MILDER COOLER.. .BETTER-TASTING Yes, the Fleet smokes a lot of Chesterfields... and so do millions of other smokers like yourself. You'll find that ,.. -• , '_7' "i - ¦ Chesterfields are MILD, the way you want a cigarette...not flat, not strong. They SMOKE COOLER ... with a decidedly BETTER _TASTES §fm mmtjuf a Hettfc _^ _Ctywiettc m In 114,1. tiocs-rr t RADIO THIS _WEEKr. -¦= Fred Waring. - .. Mon.-Fri. 7:00 P."Kt.—NBCGlenn Miller; Tues., Wed. Thurs.—10:00 P.M.—CBS Professor Quiz. Tues. 9:30 P.M.—CBS flight ¦ Attendants Named ("or May Day Exercises -Committee _Choses Two •Heralds, Two Jesters Eight attendants to May Queen J.'_isephine E- Condrin '41, tw: _lictralds, and two jesters for th« May Day ceremonies Saturday, May 10 on the front campus. )>.ive been announced ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 March 1941

!_fi|L20 Fee Boost Voted For Blue Band Cabinet Recommends Increase To Trustees; Chapel Offerings Divided $54,200 Gift May Delta Upsilon Loses l _^onth_^ Social Privileges for Mixed Drinking Party Swell Aid Fund ¦Ba n Includes IF Ball Gamble To Manage Weekend; Even Heavier Fencing Team In 1942 PenalHeS In Fllflire H. Walter Gamble, Jr. '42 was "_¦'*¦"__.. - _, „ n elected manager of the fencing . ¦ See Editorial. Page 2 team &r m2 yesterday t0 suc A one months suspension of ceed Jack.R Cunningham '41. all social privileges was meted palmer L D Jr ,43 _^._^ out to members of Delta Upsilon j Israel , 43 and Jack H Dodd fraternity when they pleaded ._„ were .ftamed flrst assistants guilty before the Interfraternity io _ next while Charles p Judiciary Committee to charges of. a mixed drinking party Saturday night. This penalty is substantially heavier than the 10-day suspension of privileges suffered by Phi Kappa Sigma, the only other fraternity to be reported under...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 March 1941

GET THAT SMART CASUAL LOOK spksssj .***»^a\. **" if imm* •R_& _JufseP £.55 For Spring the newest _w theme is a smart cas- ifH ual appearance. Tail- _^ ored blouses in vari- ^^ ous fabrics are import- ||^ ant. Come in ' today ^|l and see our complete b*^ display of sheers, ray- %_^ on crepes, silk.crepes, |p and cottons. _^ U ¥ i SMART SHOP CAMPUS CAtENDftRS - '- . TODA_^.^^ ^;^ '*.. IMA. Central Council;" 'Room. 318 Old Main, 10 p.m. .__ - " ..' 'r- ' Ag..Ec Club'meeting-_tt Sigma; ¦ Ph i Alpha, 7:30 p.nu-' _—.-r _,iy' _- Ag. Student Council, Room 418 Old Main, 7:30 p.m.:.--'- : :;_';..'-' Student Union dance,: Armqry_ . 4 p.m. Co-Editfon, Room 318 Old Main, 7:45 p.m. - ¦ :. ••!• "' American Society of Civil En-; gineers, Room 107 Main Engineering, 7 p.m. R. R. Clelandf State-College borough engineer, : will-' talk on "Water Supply." -- ' "• John G. Good .will lecture on "Pennssdyania Police Problems"/ in Room 124 Sparks Building,"! p.m. Girls interest...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 March 1941

w M • « EPfE CLO MAS T m ARE ' .TILL ONLY % ualttt cfa _me _Q_/fid _«3__ * Ex elusive With Fromm e o Odd. Old Maui Frateinity, Independent Teams Advance National Boxing In IM Basketball, Wrestling Competition Tourney Entries 2 Matmen Added To National Meet Chuck Rohrer, 165-pound senior, and Jack Kerns , Lion sophomore who placed second in the intercollegiates, were added to the roster of Captain Frank Gleason, Joe Scalzo, and Charlie Ridenour to wrestle in the National Intercollegiate championships at Lehigh this Friday and Saturday. Coach Charlie "Speidel voiced confidence that Captain Gleason, Scalzo, and Rohrer would fare better in the nationals than they did in the intercollegiates when all three were eliminated in the preliminaries. _ - After they had set a composite dual meet score of 20 wins and only three losses, these Lion seniors failed to get started in the intercollegiates while grapplers that they had defeated consistentl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 March 1941

I.-L NORMS General Jobber All Kinds Of CABINET WORK, FURNITURE REPAIRING ROOFING. CONCRETE WORK. and CARPENTRY Phone 2803 BEAVER BROS._' Fresh Bread and Sweet Rolls _ tewistown 79 8 WAKTOKIHIOVaaaiattabaebsroo-d oi actual comwps .5 aeiUaa_! __ _ £_>I »WW*4 _fe ¦¥j ,5 THE DAILY COLLEGIAN 3c Per Issue On Sale At Graham's Nittany News Stand Sandwich Shop Student Union >, MHftHH-_^B-__ HHB-B-M--''- h-IHH-Bi Shows ait 1:30. 3:00. 6:30.3:30 _$: ' TODAY •• THURSDAY WOLFE FLORIST Glennland Building Dial 2217 P. 1 (Jack) FIfcOSI 9 Insurance m Notary Public m Real Estate 112 S. FRAZIER ST STATE COLLEGE Phone 4291 MARSHALL ELECTRIC CO Bendix Home Laundries, _Westinghouse Appliances, and Service Work of All Kinds Glennland Bldg.—2202 5T0RCH MOTOR CO, OeSOTO-PLYMOUTH Sales and Service Call 2951 24 Hour _Towintj Service 224 E. College Ave. HUNGRY ? Then come In. We have anything you want for ihai—Study Hour Snack SHAFFER...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 March 1941

The Draft Answers'Given To Student Questions Draftees Offered Eight Steps Suggested Physical Course; For Student-Faculty Begins April 1 Relations Committee A- physical fitness defense course to whip prospective conscriptees into good physical shape to withstand the rigors of their year in the draft 'has been announced 'by the School of Physical Education. Any student, faculty member, or townsman may enroll in the course, which will start on April 1 and continue until May 23, and those, interested must sign up al the Student Union office in Old Main before April 1. The course will include exercise and body-building, close order drill, and lectures on . first aid and care of military equipment. Lieut. Charles A. Prosser, assistant professor of military science and tactics, will take charge of the drill classes. Classes will meet three hours a week, on days suitable to those taking the course,- and will be held between 3, and 5 p.m. and 7 and 8 p. m. Free towels, lockers, and med...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 March 1941

ThcC unusual ARROW TIES ARROW HANK ARROW SHIRTS AND SHORTS Charles Jfeiloto _g>_fjop HEADQUARTERS FOR ADAM HATS STATE COLLEGE l> You II c CO-EDiquette for College Men On a dole, never talk about another girl — except your mother. Never tell a gal you're 3 great guy—it's just possible she'H find out for herself. MUST-#1 _forxroUegermenii Arrow's oxford-clotb slnrt. This handsome; _jrraioJEeot comes in smooth- Colors, stripes, and glistening white. It is graced with a rolled, button-down collar ... a short, wide-spread, one ... or just a nice, long-point job. $2 up—See _your Arrow dealer today and get "a semester's supply.. 3 Get your 1 tiff* from _«hat you say, not from how •you look—wear Arrow Shirts and Ties! ARROW SHIRTS ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS ARHOW SHIRTS _^ < MEN'S A _' PPAREL 146 S. ALLEN ST. Diagonally Across From Post Office ARROW TIES ARROW UNDERWEAR TIME DAILY COLLEGIA* 'Tot A Better Penn Stats"'' Eifciblish'M' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 March 1941

INTERFRATERNITY BALL April with l 4th WILL BRADLEY And His Orchestra Featuring Kay McKinley with Lynn Gardner and WILL BRADLEY Terry Allen, Vocalists IMPORTING \ TELL YOUR DATE ABOUT THIS CONTEST—SHE'LL LOVE IT ¦ i THE PRIZE Transportation by rail, bus, or automobile from any point in the- State, and a complimentary invitation to attend Interfraternity Ball as guests of the Committee. All your import has to do is tell the Committee in 25 words or less "Why I Want To Come To Penn State for Interfraternity Ball Week-end." THE RULES (1.) All entries must reside in the State of Pennsylvania, or be attending college within the State, othee than the Pennsylvania State College. (2.) Entries must state in 25 words or less "Why I Want To Come To Penn State for Interfraternity Ball Week-end." (3.) All entries must be post-marked not later than midnight, March 29. (4.) All entries must be addressed to Interfraternity Ball Committee, % Student Unio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 March 1941

A Return Engagement Ginger Rogers ("Kitty Foyle" Herself) James Stewart (Of "Philadelphia Story 1340 ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS " "if m i _rirti »<r \ 9_SKsSSmiiB Shows at 1:30. 3:00. 6:30. 3:30 LETS PUT MEAT INTO EVERY MEAL 7 _GMD REASONS FOR Meat©ntlieTaWe MEAT 1$; GOOD It EAI and _1. Meat for Complete _Proteins 2. Meat for B Vitamins. 3. Meat for Iron and Copper ' —build goody red blood. 4. Meat for Pkosphorui—ct dietary essential . _^ 5: Meat for Easy Digestibility. 6. Meat for Palatability. 7. Meat for "Satiety Value"—that lasting satisfaction ' after the meal. MEAT IS GOOD FOR YOU MARKET COOK'S PHONE-791 115 S. FRAZIER ST Girls ! THIS IS YOUR CHANCE Ash Your Date To The W.S.G.A. _DANGE with THE NITTANY LIONS Bring Your Matriculation Card Marclf-21 Informal Rec la Discuss News, Sports To Keep A Man Interested Shop Talk Favored In Student Chats To keep up with a man's interests every college woman should be prepared to ta...

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