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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 March 1941

Summaries 01 Yesterday's _Bouls Scally, Four National Champs Battle In Semi Finals By BUD SMYSER Prestige is no recommendation in a national boxing tournament. After the haze had cleared from Rec Hall at the end of the quarter final bouts last night, one national champion, Nick tee of "Wisconsin, had been left in the dust and of the. four kings surviving two \yere scheduled . to fight it out in the semi-finals tonight. The battle o£ kings is tonight's set-to between Johnn3' Joca. Florida's 1940 winner, and Gene Rankin, of Wisconsin, champion of the class in 1939.. The other champions surviving and favored to repeat are Ted Kara of Idaho at 120 pounds, who ruled the same weight last year and the 12 pound class in 1939, and his stablemate, Laune Erickson, of Idaho, who is seeking to repeat as~165-pound king. The failure of Lee, 1940 heavyweight king to win his first fight in the 175 pound weight, was only a part of Wisconsin's woes. Earlier, three other Badgers had been elimin...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 March 1941

AlUExpenses For.53 Bam There Is No Charge For Our Service mm _%m college TRAVEL BUREAU _LOUETTA NEUSBAUM "ASove The Corner* THE DAILY COUEGM "For A Better Penn State" _Eatnblishe.l tO-iO. Successor to the Penn State Col.'e_^ian established 1304, and the Free Lance, established 1887 _Published daily except Sunday and Monday _durinp _thy _regular _Colore year by the student* of The _Paruisylvania State _College. Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1934 ftl the post-office at State College. Pa., under the act of March /?. 1379. Editor __,*»&!_% Bus- and Adv * M _9 r - Adam Smyser '41 *^%$i j$&> Lawrence Driever '41 l'JrJMoii._tt d-il Ti'i-hu. *'- Office Downtown Office 3_'.J 01.i M.u\, l-._lds UCM21 South _Frazier St. _flione 711 _Nlsht Phone 4572 >" iii..ii 4 hoii'tr -Vi-i-ii 1,. Kum;_j Ml; Managing Editor lioin-rr H !.»ntf '11 -. _Spirts EHitor—Richard C. Peters "i• ¦ \..»i- F.dii<ir -Williiirn E. Fowler "41; Feature Editor—Edward J...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 March 1941

LAST CALL SHIRTS FOR 'l-F' BALL PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver Dial 3261 _SomtpSp tSoafid-Trrp _.f'_ewes Pittsburgh $5.25 Philadelphia ... 5.95 Harrisburg .... 3.25 Scranton 5.85 Wilkes-Barre .. 5.25 Sunbury 3-35 New York 8.40 Cleveland 8-65 Baltimore —- - 5.85 Washington .. 6.70 Alioona 2.20 Johnstown . 3.45 Greensburg . . 4.80 Tyrone 1.75 The Objective View Ins And Outs Of WSGA WSGA Officers h _Yiiil Texas Calls New Meeting Coeds hit 11 © Garments V. ~~~~~ ' : i . In _Campus Drive For _*w .Elinor L.. Weaver '41, WSGA president, last night announced another meeting of senior coeds to reconsider the six honor women chosen Wednesday night. 4 Juniata _Wamm ¥ssst !©«) & Council EiistifM Four senior women stud e n government representatives -from _Jgfl _j^| _fcfg 2®-2f Juniata College m Huntingdon '¦ were guests of WSGA Senate at Election, dates for _IJmjtjc Ecodinner in McAllister Hall and n_^mics _Council membi-rs ha ye Senate meeting Tuesday...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 March 1941

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OffState College Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation * _> . .-:•/; h-i_'-f_'. i > -_; _<- Thespian Rehearsal Turns Schwab Fl'tHCSS _COUfSe Bradley Gets Good Find Wild Activity Begins Monday is filled with chorus n Singer Lynn Gardner Unto Madhouse Of Every night at eight Schwab Auditorium, staid and respect- able all day, is converted into a madhouse by a group of stu- dents masquerading as lunatics, Rajahs, sleep-walkers, drunks, Superman, and a variety of the species, Thespian. It's all part of the rehearsal for Thespians' IF weekend show, "The Joint's Jumpin'." Ted Clauss staggers around the stage, getting atmosphere for his role of a drunk. Mike Kerns, fresh from his role of wrestling exponent of the "double-bubble," takes over a new part as a slightly balmy edition of Superman. In one dressing room the Singerettes—Mim Rheim, Bar- bara Gnau, and Janet Hartz— run over their lyrics for the show. In the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 March 1941

C'MON STATE, KNOCK 'EM OUT And If You Want Your Date To Be a Knock out At F. Ball, Buy Her A Corsage From STATE COLLEGE FLORAL SHOP 127 W.BEAVER CALL 2342 AFTER THE FIGHTS Lets Swim At GLENNLAND POOL Hours: Saturday 1:00 p Sunday 1:30; p. 10:00 p m.— 8:00 p.. m. - Children—15 Cent A4U1U—3»_C«nt_» We're Rootin' For You. State! CURK 12ttS. Pugh SL Packardr_4M_«aIk-S_«rTk rtfc & i Tailor Hatter Hab£_«oa5her LET'S GO TEAM! WELCOME VISITORS McKEE'S MARKET 131 W.Beaver Dial 492 Remember Dial 842 FOR A FULL EVENING'S SUPPLY OF CLEAN. PURE CRYSTAL CLEAR ICE FOR ONLY 25c DELIVERED Ask For The Hospitality Pack Hillside Ice & Storage Company ALL KINDS OF DO-NUTS Chocolate, Sugared. Plain, Raised, Coconut Whole Wheat & W. DO-NUT SHOP 117 S. Pugh SI WE'RE PULLIN' FOR YOU STATE! PORTER & WEBER General Decorating Phone 2793 123 S. Frarier St. BEST OF LUCK, STATE Fromm * $ H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 March 1941

Prompt Service •*• ¦ * Dr. Eva B. Roan East College Avenue Opp. Atherton Hall THE CORRECT THING FOR UNIVERSITY MEN THE CASCADE by LEE _^nJ. cOru _&ss m_^ _1 MEN'S APPAREL 146 S. Allen St. \'1 L CDVi fS_^ F * 8 6 BosS> -s*8Bl_» _^B» h Y"g _&& _*_£*&' & \J _> _X^^- g_^- V _^ Lenses Duplicated from Broken Pieces New Molestations Appear On Anniversary Of Taylor Murder Movie Tonight For Greek Relief Club Offers Two Plans F®r Sfalbfes • Sec Editorial, Page 2) Two plans have been proposed to enable the new Penn State Hiding Club, sub-division of the Penn State Outing Club, to become a permanent organization. One proposes that the College provide land, stable, and ring_, and the other that the College only designate location for the . stable on College land. In both plans the land not to be more than three-fourths of a mile from the center of campus. Money for the stable in the latter plan ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 March 1941

jlP_^ W*^ ^^ j_^_p FOLLOW THE FIGHTS m the DAILY _COLLEIIAN _Seminaries iftisnadiatel f *x Complete After The Bouts. Thursday, And Saturday Evenings. Friday. BUY A COPY FROM YOUR NEWSBOY iilHiiiiiiiiiiliiiniiillliiiiilllliliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii [iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillliiiiiilMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iM!iiini[!_UMiiiiiiiiiiiUiiiy, iiii _» i _, «¦ __ Between The Lions \ '_^_KHtsE _^_easw4_®fllf h|- '.'T '-r ••_";_-.<¦, j . ; '•:>;>/ };;d jtB-rr'iri- With DICK PETERS !llll!llll!lillllllllllllllll!l!llllllli!l!!lllll!!:illllllllllllllll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!lllllll!i;iilllllllllllllllllll!llll They Work, Too If you're attending the NCAA bouts this weekend, you're probably most interested in the actual warfare which goes on inside the squared circle, and we don't blame you. because that's what you're paying for. 3u* on the sidelines, and in the dressing roms. there's a group of guys as great as the mitt-flingers you see crawling...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 28 March 1941

FOR MEN ONLY Look Now! You guys have no excuse for not going to Thespian's new hit show. Ya don't need much dough to have a swell \_Vz hours of "Snappy" (and I do mean "snappy") entertainment. So don't be a piker and take your date to .. THESPIANS SPRING PRODUCTION THE JOINT'S JUMPIN ¦ with BILL BARTHOLOMEW MIKE KERNS SINGERETTES THREE STOOGES APRIL 4-5 A Common Expression In Town and On Campus "You Can Get It At Metzgers" A COMPLETE LINE OF FISHING TACKLE April 15th Will Soon Be Here—Be Prepared True Temper Steel Fly Rods—$7.50 to $20.00 98c and up $3.25 to $20 .....75c to $7.95 10c to $7.00 —30c—40c for 6 10c—15c and up 5c to 75c 25c Creels Boots Hip Boot Suspenders Vests Coats Pants Wool Sox Landing Nets Minnow Pails Bait Boxes Flashlights * Fishing Knives ..... ...98c to $4.00 $5.50 and $7.95 75c $1.95 and $2.95 .. $3.25 and up .. .$2.95-and up .. .35c _~ to $1.00 .. $1.00 and , up $1.00 ,.. 15c and 20c 59c and up $1.75 Steel Rods Bamboo Rods Reels ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 March 1941

Two State Boxers In National Finals Baird,Scally Iwo ' _siugging Enlries In Finals _Tonigh! |_SU , Idaho, Wisconsin, By STAN PoKEMPNER _" Two of Penn State's three semi-finalists defeated their opponents by clear margins in the National Boxing last night to advance, to tonight's finals. Bobby Baird, the Lion 145-pound, captain elect and All-College President-elect, and Paul Scally, senior 175-pounder will fight for National titles tonight. Billy Stanley, after his iirst victory in intercollegiate boxing advanced him to the semi-finals, lost by decision' to Edwin Ourso of Southwestern Louisiana. Scally * s fight with Florida's undefeated Jimmy DeCourcy opened slowly, with neither boy taking the aggressive. DeCourcy started ¦ rushing the Lion 175-pounder, but Scally countered with hard lefts to the head and tied the 'Gator up. The second round opened more actively with'DeCourcy still rushing, but being held off by Scally's long left. Scally, nearly a head •taller than the Florid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 March 1941

I _TAfVJLir ' T Wallace, B_»ry—laon»l _Bwj_^_nore TOWVr In _*TM *A0 _ilAlfV "*'*? "Vr*™" j" TIME DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State _CoHesiao, established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1887 Published daily except Sunday and Monday during: the regular _College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College-. Entered as second-class matter July 5, _1934 at the post-office at State College. Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879. ' Editor _._^_sSFKs _^. Bus* and Adv' _**gr Adam _Smyser '41 •_=^^^i> Lawrence Driever ' ISditon_.i d ,i rt-i.-iintss Office Downtown Office &Vi 0) I Main Bids 119-121 South Ftazier _1'lione 711 Night Phone 4572 _vv _mwj 5 _b'tlii'-r -Vwi_, I,. Kenifi '41; _Manasinpr Editor ¦ 1-tv_._licrt H. !.-._inc Ml : _Spurts Editor—Richard C. Peters '<' : New;, iuiiuir —William E. Fowler '41: Feature Editor Edward J. K, McLorie '41; Assistant Managi'iK Editor—ard Bloom Ml; Wome...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 March 1941

LAST CALL SHIRTS FOR 'l-F' BALL PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver am mm Hetzel Emergency Fund Makes 78 Loans_, Totaling $615/In Year $372 Paid Back Alpha Lambda Delta Bids 22 Freshman Women IMA Boxers Brawl To Be Held Tonight _Sppitony Map Tomorrow Balance Is $793 Twenty-two freshman women with, averages of 2.5 or. better ¦ Will receive bids from Alpha Lambda Delta, freshman scholastic honorary, today," and'be pledged Monday, April 7. this is the f same number bid as last year. Women who made - the required average are Phyllis R. WatkHis, 3; Ruth L. Fopp, 2.9; Esther'mae- Hartos, 2.9; - Florence I. Jaffy,x 2.9; Betty.. W. StOry, 2.8; Reta',J. Jenkins, 2.8; Ruth L. Baker, 2.8;" Dorothy G. Clyrher; 2.8; ,E. Elizabeth Pielemeier, _. 2.8;, Elizabeth Senft,. 2.8; Sara E; Ruth, 2.8; Grace E. Sammons, 2.7; Marion K. Powers, 2.7; Kathryn M. Youorski. 2.6; Velma Anstadt, 2.6; Edith D. Dehgler, 2.6; Marion Reynolds, 2.5; Ann J. Sheffield, 2.5; Marian A. Whitcomb, 2.5...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 March 1941

BANK THE FIRST NATIONAL Of State College Member of Federal Deposit Corporation Insurance tt>>' _^.:'Ur^^*«3- .* Srssss T/ie Draft Local Boards Often Disaaree Glee Club Gives Repeat MF Teamslnter Concert Monday Night Sing Tomojfpr Brown, Burrage, Teare Performs As Soloists When the Penn State Glee Club presents its repeat concert in Schwab Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. Monday, the program will be the same as that of the March 16 performance except for two changes, Director Richard W. Grant has announced. Edith Burrage '41 will sing two soprano solos. Her selections will be "Girls of Cadiz" by Delibes, and "The Answer" by Terry. De Falla's "Ritual Fire Dance" will be played by the- piano due of Paul Teare '43 and Betty M. Brown '41, in place of Andrew Szekely's piano solo. Students, faculty members, and townspeople are invited to the complimentary concert. Tickets will not be required for admission. The glee club will sing two groups of numbers, includi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 March 1941

MM STATE, KIOCI W M And If You Want Your Date To Be a Knock out At Ball, Buy Her. A Corsage From STATE COLLEGE FLORAL SHOP BEAVER CALL-2348 AFTER IDE FIGHTS Lets Swim At GLENNLAHD POOL Hours: Saturday 1:00 p Sunday 1:30 p. 10:00 p, 6:00 p Adutt**«5 Children—lS-G#ala We're Root in'For You,State ! CLARK MOTOR CO. 120 S. Push St ' .-_^- _ifo foidr.P_^i ' _fc^*^ a» _HATTEfH H_^_BEfiDASMSB TmlOR I. & W. DO-TO SHOP 117 S. Rugh General Decorating Phone 2793 S. Frazier LEI'S 6© TEAM! WELCOME VISITORS McKEE_^S MARKE li 3d W„ leaver « Remember Dial 842 FOR A FULL EVENING'S SUPPLY OF CLEAN. PURE CRYSTAL CLEAR ICE FOR ONLY DELIVERED Ask For The Hospitality Pack Hillside Ice & Storage Company ML KINDS OF DO-NUTS Chocolate. Sugared, WE'RE PUUIN FOR YOU — STATE! arm ucis—JUS Dial 775 MILLER'S MARKET 104 Wa Bearer _Arenue BEST OF _tlfOi STATE Fromm's Headquarters For Spring Clothin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 March 1941

YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS IT _^_tf_£&_fr>-/_£t_&. *^_SWS1_fiflii! if What? BALL INTERFRATERNITY Who? WILL BRADLEY and Orchestra When and Where? April 4th—Rec Hall Because IF Is Penn State's BIGGEST Weekehd.l_^'_^-4 Why? WILL BRADLEY Charlie Short Is »** Leading Referee Among the * malny-, r,fairiilfe] men who will;take. _partSii." _Jhe seventh annual National Colleg iate- Athletic Assqciation-ifeoxing tournament this weekend 5_wSlS>€ the well-recognized "figure of' a man who is said.to havei partici pated in moire boxing matches than any other living man. .!. He is . Charley. Short, nationally known - professional, collegiate, and amateur boxing referee, who has been the "third _mferi'' in well over 20,000 bouts,and has boxed in 300- professional -bouts. Having spent over half, of his 46 years officiating, Short Ire 4 fereeing career antedates by a short time the rise of organized collegiate and amateur boxing....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 March 1941

T*«K FOLLOW THE FIGHTS in the DAILY COLLEGIAN EXTRA!! Final Fight Summaries TONIGHT COPY FROM YOUR NEWSBOY BUY A 5c ^'_. • '.¦¦'•i WeWHouck Name M *• Ail-Time Lion Ring Team Three NCAA Champs Listed In Lineup Of Nittany Greats Three national boxing champions received recognition on Coach Leo Houck's All-Time Penn State Boxing Team selected for the Daily Collegian. Davey Stoop, captain of the 1932 boxing team that played host to the first national tournament, was selected for the 120-pound position at which he won the national title. Al Lewis_, brother of Jimmy Lewis, won the 145-pound national crown that year and received Houck's recommendation to hold that post on his all-time team.. Frankie Goodman, donor of the annual oustanding senior boxer award and national 135-pound champion in 1936, was named to Houck's team in his championship class. Two college boxing coaches, Allie Wolff, now at Cornell, and Mike Ronman, North Carolina mentor, hold down the 165-pound...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 March 1941

Spring Topcoats . Tux Tails Throw Rugs. 49c 59c 79c 69c Neckties .. Gloves ... Reversibles ea. 9x12 up FOR WOMEN ONLY Listen, Sister, if you let that guy of yours get away without takin' you to see the Joint' s Jumpin', you oughta be ashamed. For here is a really fine bit of entertainment. Snappy—fast—peppy. Use all your worldly wiles on your date in making him take you to the— THESPIANS" SPRING PRODUCTION THE JOINT'S JUMPIN with THREE STOOGES SINGERETTES BILL BARTHOLOMEW MIKE KERNS "Shaft-in ihe-Draff" _Rabinowita MIL 4- South And" West Cinch 26 Of 32 Tourney _WiW 3 Lion Medalists Stanley Is Hero NO. THIS ISN'T LAST _NI6HT-BUT IT COULD BE mom Easfs $ By BUD SMYSER Three thousand miles is a long way to travel for .'i shellacking that lasts six minutes _ot less, and the 24 Westerners in the national boxing tourney arc: aware of that. In fact, 12 o( their number copped medals, to show they meant business. Fate is easy on the boys who lasted into...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 March 1941

Ip l _iilf «(_tolbntatt OF THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 29, 1941, STATE COLLEGE EXTRA VOL. 37—No. 114A EXTRA PRICE FIVE CENTS Scally Wins 175-Pound National Title A Loser And A Winner In NCAA Ring Tourney _Bdlfd ConOUGP6Cl _ifiiHitniwifiiif _iiiiiiitimiffliimiiuimii _iiiiimiimuii BOB BAIRD li!llil!lll!;illl!lllllllllllllllllll!lilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!lllllllllll!lllllllllli * k : 1 PAUL SCALLY . Paul Scally became the fourth Lion in history to win a national title as he topped Fred Speigelberg of Washington State tonight. Bob Baird, the other Nittany finalist, lost to Elton Tobiasson of the California Aggies. Fina l Results Of NCAA Boxing _liUHiiimtiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiniiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiini! Idaho _Mittmen Win Team Title SW, la, Second By BUD SMYSER Idaho's four-man team produced three champions to upset the dopesters and retain its mythical national crown in th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 March 1941

_( _mfiMim*g _" Jj" Wallace « Beery—Lionel Barrymore _rc_™1 ft* m mmu» i<ic_*.v i:. -jj ; Martha Scott. The Exciting New Stair of "Our Town" and "The Howards of Virginia," in an unforgettable, role as a feminine Mr. Chips— -'»' .-' CHEERS Fl Mft _^i. CAMPUS CALENDAR TODAY PSCA cabin party leave rear of Old Main,' 10.p. m. ,- _^v _t£r Campus 4L -H VF ' _ar.t j; meets_^_oE first floor lounge of Old Main, 3 O'clock. _^ . .T'_^ i Roller skating -s"essiohS'; ' an'= "Armory, 3 to 5 o'clbck ahaV7 "to"9 o'clock. .. . - • . " . - MONDAY ;¦? ' .- - Drawing for'Cowsin theDairy Exposition; Room- ! 17 Dairy at 7 o'clock. A meeting-of the Dairy Science Club will be held at .this time. ..''''"' "_* ' ' ¦ - . PSCA freshman' customs: committee, 304 Old Main. 8 oclOck. Washington Inquiry group, Hugh Beaver Room, Old Main_/ 8 o'clock. - - ASCE. Room 107 Main Engineering. _7 ~ p. m-.-J ' .''' -" ' TUESDAY Freshmen' candidates ' for editorial staff of The Daily Colleg-» ian, Room...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 March 1941

LAST CALL SHIRTS FOR 'IF BALL PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver _Dtafi m$ $615 f In Year Symphony Plays Tomorrow !, _We_&el Emergency Fund Makes 78 Loans, Totaling _Mav hav I oa_^_lorc Alpha _tamMa Delta Bids $372 Paid Back; Mk Boxers' Brawl mi um _iraaers n _Fwshman mmn h Bs m JmlqM _Olan _f APAIMAIliAf Twenty-two freshman women _U€81ffllll>5_? 13 _$i jj In a pugilistic atmosphere riafl VvlVlilvlfIVJ with averages of 2.5 or better , _ complete with boxing gloves, V ¦:' ¦ •¦ ' ' " ' . ""will receive bids from Alpha ,1 + I, u 9 _1 % _^ towels, water buckets, and a .With little more than a month Lambda Delta, freshman schol- s_™f the establishment of Mrs. dance fioor roped off tQ resemb]e until the annual- ceremonies on_^astic honorary, today, and be _" etzels .c _^lel :_f en , cy Fun °. m . an oversized ring, the Independent campus, . May 10, commit- pledged Monday, April 7. This March 1940 78 loans, without dent Men _> s Association wiu hold tee .c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 March 1941

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Federal Deposit ¦ -; Corporation ¦ :; Insurance Member :7**r '_£"<*£ 1 " , i *_- '(5 + * K £•« _^'•- ¥ - -\'---T.»._*.*fc, C v;'.«_jj»iij < a,-- -. :.t~-. »-*• « _jTAe Z>raft Local Boards Often Disaaree riFTeaifljEnfeFSing Tomo]§_wft Competing _forfffi' e Tnterfra . t._gjv nity sing trOphiy ~ Sunday . afternoon after the symphony concert in Schwab Auditorium _wil_&be seven fraternity groups of . .IfrTzo_? calists each, and there haye\a_1_so been four fraternities, eriteredrjo sing "The Hills _i bfv.Old. Penn State" in a separate contest being sponsored by Fred Waring:':.", The IF sing entries . " of. which three will be chosen -Sunday / to sing in the finals at IF Ball intermission April 4, are Alpha Kappa Pi, Alpha Gamma Rho, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Theta;- Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Sigma Kappa and Tau Kappa Epsilon. Fred Waring is offering'a separate * trophy to the fraternity judged best in singin...

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