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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 April 1941

A BETA Ml CHAPTER of P H A H 0 Welcomes M -all E Alums and Guests G fO— A PENN STATE ALPHA IETA of Here's To fnferfrafemity A Swell IS Weekend B a And A Cordial Welcome To All 01 Our Alumnae Welcome Back I® Penn Sfafe Alumni And Guests from m GAMMA of Chi Omega TOILETRIES EADQUARTERS «5P ' Jf Fo} STATE COLLEGE s _'\ >_£_= We carry a complete up to the minute stock of ihe latest rrea tions of the foremost manufacturers of toiletries. Elmo will Miss _Karguoriie McFadden of the House ci Our Store Until Saturday REA a BEEtICK kg Aller. St Next To Bank Clock HE Seniors Visit 26 _Phila. Firms Seniors majoring in. institutional administration will visit 26 Philadelphia food and equipment -establishments during the home economics field trip, April 2-9. Included in Wednesday's and Thursday's survey were a school cafeteria, Cladds-Equipm e n t, Holland Restaurant, Horn and Hardart C...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 April 1941

ETA of Sigma Phi Epsilon Wishes ALL ITS GUESTS AND ALUMNI AN ENJOYABLE INTERFRATERNITY WEEKEND lJtUtJf<» KAPPA SIGMA _^. :_^_rj_^..i,"T_^T^'_->v ^' . ~ ' A Wishes Its Many Friends A Most Pleasant Interfraternity Ball Weekend TAU of Delta Tau Delta Welcomes Guests To The Penn State Campus Welcome Guests OMICRON OF Phi Kappa Tau Proposed Lion Shrine Sculptor Is Noted Artist Heinz Warneke, recent visitor to the campus and possible sculptor of the Lion Shrine, has established himself as one of America's finest artists of the past 20 years, according to Prof. J. Burn Helme, head of the'fine arts division. Warneke has won; important first prizes since 192,4, including the Widener Gold Medal at the Philadelphia Academy in 1935, the Logan Medal and $2,500 at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1930. His recent work includes public commissions for the Post Office Department Building and the Department of the Interior Building in Washing...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 April 1941

MEGA ©if Ineta Chi Welcome! Alumni Guests and Friends To An Enjoyable INTERFRATERNITY WEEKEND Best Wishes For A Great Time From The THETA CHAPTER o Pi Sigma OVER INTERFRATERNITY BALI ALPHA MU of PI KAPPA PHI i Welcomes lis Guests To Interfraternity Ball Weekend o oz _ua Get One Of e MAREMOR'S Beautiful Corsages For BALL Call 500 High School Musicians Meet Today In District Competition Back For Encore Hits of the Thespian shows for the past two years, the Three Stooges are back in the limelight in this weekend's production, "The Joint's Jumpin'." Left to right are Roy Rogers, Ned Startzel, and George Parrish. M«*b««_WA Grant And Fishburn Head Arrangements Approximately 500 high school soloists and group winners from county contests of central Pennsylvania will vie for district posts in the annual music competition sponsored by the department of music here today and tomorrow. All programs are open to the public. Winners o...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 April 1941

_Zefa Chapter _jjjffi a _i_> (-j ji _. til y a ¦•aBawfeUiga _« -_^ ,_~- . -re. ..=;-. lllffl_^ Kappa Delta Rho Welcomes Penn State's Guests Welcome IMPORTS ALUMNI COEDS Gamma Omega Sections Here For I.F. Ball A record breaking crowd is expected 1o arrive in State College this weekend for the annual Interfraternity Ball. Collegian has compiled a directory of the guests arriving a1 the fraternities and. sororities. They are: ¦ Acacia Jean Armstrong, Paulsboro. N. J.; Betty Gruan, Phila., Pa.; Lillian Hoachlander, Greencastle, Pa.; Virginia Johnson, Harrisburg, Pa.; Dolores McCann—Harrisburg, Pa.; Vera Joquist, Cape May, N. J.; Dorothy Sloan, Phila., Pa.; Charlotte Slopford, Harrisburg. Pa.; Dorothy Young, Phila., Pa.; Charles C. Dugan, Harrisburg, Pa.; Betty Beatty, Bowlling Green, Pa.; Ann Miller. Philadelphia; Edith White. Boston. Mass. ' Alpha Chi Rho Ruth Dunbach, Columbia, Pa.; Ellen Kerdnachan, New York City; Barta Sauvan, New...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 April 1941

The Penn Stale Chapter of Delta Upsilon Takes This Opportunity: To Thank The Fraternities For Their Considerations and to Welcome The Guests of interfraternity Ball PENNSYWAN \k THETA of Phi Delta Welcomes Interfraternity Ball Guests txtends a very cordial welcome to ail its Interfraternity Guests and Visitors to PENN STATE this weekend. Extends A Cordial Welcome To Its Alumni And All _interfraternity Ball Guests Phi Sigma Delta SIGMA CHAPTER Epsilon Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity Guests To Flow Into State College (Continued from Page Eight) Willis, Upper Darby; John Clark Scranton; Peter Ramsey, Swarthmore; Bruce Gramley, Utica. Gamma Sigma Phi Herbert Cahan '39, Harrisburg; Bernard Sandson '39, Jeannette; David Orkin '40, Slatington; Sally Friedman, " Bethlehem; Shirley Boscov, Reading; and. Celia A, Wachs, Lois Pollon, Myra Friedman, Bernice Sklar, and Bernita Katten, Philadelphia. K DR Donna M. Kindle, Pittsburgh; Marion J. Kuehner...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 April 1941

_xtends Greeting To All LAMBDA CHAPTER THETA XI Phi Lambda Chapter of Rho Alpha Chi Cordially Welcomes Its Guests To Penn State For •*_n*< y lllfl EfejfeBRftW'** * *" c C- ¦*._ W!_S§iP$n a mm Wm 3£8=&£ _&3_S /VC_3CI_3 Extends Its Greetings to tifoe Many Guests On Our Campus This Weekend BETA CHAPTER of Theta Kappa Phi Fraternity EXTENDS VERY CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL OF ITS GUESTS AND WISHES EVERYONE AN ENJOYABLE WEEKEND Penn State -Chapter IF YOU WANT A TAXI DIAL 3421 Out of Town Trips Can Be Arranged At Any Time RESIDES TAXI SERVICE Gradmen Play St Francis On Beaver Field Tomorrow Krouse Starts At Half; Weaver At Quarterback St . Francis College will provide the opposition for the first practice football game of the year when they meet the Nittany _gridders on New Beaver Field at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Coach Bob Higgins will start practically the same eleven tomorrow that played on the Blu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 April 1941

Penn State's Guests Welconies OPEN DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT Rex Rockwell Upsilon Of _FS_^ _'_{wwsiE.ttti-'-scJ t4 Alpha Sigma Ph Extends Greetings KAPPA of PHI SIGMA KAPPA fe a 11 ^•^_'^^l-jt-^^iV THE CORRECT THING FOR UNIVERSITY MEN THE CASCADE by LEE _^ ./&te MEN'S APPAREL 140 SOUTH ALLEN ATHLETIC OFFICE-OLD MAIN Friday, April 4lh Saturday, April 5th . Monday, April 7th Tuesday, April 8th Wednesday. April 9th- 8:00 a. m. to 5:30 p. m .8:00 a. m. lo 12:00 p. m . .8:00 a. m. to 5:30 p. m ..8:00 a. m. to 5:30 p. m .8:00 a. m. to 12:00 p. m Saturday Afternoon and Sunday Until 7 P. M. At The New Greyhound Depot Announcement Greyhound Tickets and Reservations For Special Coaches Leaving Central Parking Area WEDNESDAY. APRIL 9 Beta Theta Pi tagers Win IM Finals In 'Sudden Death' Overtime In a third "sudden death" overtime period,"the Beta Theta Pi quintet, copped the intramural basketball trophy- last n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 April 1941

FELLOW WANTED to share apartment plus three tremendous meals a day — all $7.50 week. 4856 this evening. 3tpd 1,2,4P _s _, spring issue PORTFOLIO 10c YOU'LL _HU YOUR HtSH CREEP it' lii ili th witli Ell Paul LUKAS _^jfc _^ i Joseph CALLEIA ¦ _ZUls. w»a&l MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT AG FROLIC AND FUN NIGHT with JIMMY LEYDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA April 19 $1.00 (Checking Included) Rec Hall Dancing 9 to 12 Shows At 1:30-3:00-6:30-8:30 _09«8<*'M_9»»_99999599< _5*3 ¦aiiiiuii_%9ii«iiiiiiiiiii to mmm it MY CONCERN Every attendance record for the State College theatres was smashed when The Philadelphia Story played at the Cathaum Theatre TV will be back breaking rec-11 ords again next Monday and Tuesday at the Nittany Theatre . . . PO Special Matinee •O* Monday Afternoon You Will Find CHOICE MEATS AND POULTRY Quality Lamb Frozen Foods Home Dressed Chickens Quality Beef Quality Pork Cube Steak Market Miller's Beaver Ave. DI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 April 1941

Mclnfyre '39 Aboard Plane Grounded In Florida To Cut Or Not To Cut 8 O'clock* Is Annual Morning After Query Weary-eyed students returning from Interfraternity Ball this morning will face the annual problem—"Shall I go to my 8 o'clock or shall I cut?" Investigation into what actually happens at these Saturday mornings after the big nights reveals that profs themselves have problems. Lecturers who ordinarily face gatherings of three or four hundred students may find a mere handful of wide-awake people in class. On the other hand, the entire dancing force. may be there,-bravely clutching notebooks against shirt fronts that once were stiff. In order to match the unpredictable, the profs have adopted some general plans of-, action. Certain honorable men of the faculty feel that they are dutybound as servants of the state to carry on, come fire or water. Grimly they approach the classroom and with great determination plod through the lecture's scheduled speech. If the students aren'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 April 1941

_fe&& Reminder Take Home One Of Our Famous Hand Made EASTER EGGS Ten Delicious Flavors For Your Choice ' Free—Names and Decorations May We Wish You A HAPPY EASTER MORRELL/S NUT & CANDY SHOP OLLEGE 8c PUGH STATE COLLEGE. PA Fraternities I . ., HAVE YOU TRIED NEW BEAVER BROS BREADSand -"_:•"_. SWEET ROLLS Call BEAVER BROS Phone Lewistown 791 TIE fJ'AHLY _COSXEiW - Tor-A-Better Penn State"" k-li(. <0>) ishej 1940. Successor to the Penn. State _Colltsrian, _established 19(M, and the Free Lance, established 1887 Published daily escept Sunday and Monday durine the -iwtular _Collflije year by the Htudents of The Pennsylvania H_1*to _CoUegre _Entered an second-class matter July C_, 1934 «rt. the post-offito at State College, Pa., under the act _ol M»rch 8, 1879. Editor _^ _ Bus. and Adv. Mge„ Adam Sm.yr.er "U a ^^^D ' Lawrence _Drtever °M Eililonsj fli'i'd Bu.'ilnemt Office ~ ' Downtown _Officn 812 _Olrl Main DWfj 113...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 April 1941

South Allen St., _/_VH nftfn Rnnf _Qlinn South Allen St., State College, Pa. " _VtUIlC _g C DUUl UilU p1 " State College, Pa TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE GREAT SAVINGS BARGAINS GALORE IN MEN'S WOMEN'S SHOES FRIENDS AT MEET YOUR AG FROLIC AND FUN NIGHT with JIMMY LEYDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA Rec Hall April 19 Dancing 9 to 12 $1.00 (Checking Included) HILLSIDE ICE & STORAGE CO. 133 N. Patterson St A REMINDER ! ORDER YOUR ICE FOR TONIGHT'S PARTY Dial 842 FOR Hospitality Pack 25c Delivered Discussion On u.S Labor Problems luuui I luuitiiu Letters In The Editor's Mailbox Editor's Note: Penn State's To the Editor: money supports Chinese agri-In regard to Professor Reede's culture,'not Lingnan politicos. questions in your issue of April 2, there are several points which I would like to call to your attention. First concerning the number of workers involved in strikes at the present time and during the first World War. During the five months, June through ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 April 1941

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

First Lady Of The Pershing Rifles * ¦> ' , *~ 4, « _j, ***_vf y- "Z ' ' " _» V*" » " > > ~ - - AV 4 Summer School Courses Will Stress Defense Main Session Begins June 30, Ends Aug. 8 Special national defense needs in the fields of school nurse training, political science and history, industrial and vocational education, and group recreation will be emphasized in the summer sessions opening June 10. Dates for the three summer terms have been announced by Marion R. Trabue, dean of the School of Education and director of summer sessions, as follows: inter-session, June 10 to 27: main session, June 30 to August 8: and post-session, August 11 to 29. In political science, new courses covering the problems of the present war will be offered. These include courses on the work of the 77th Congress, present party alignment and public opinion, the program of national defense, and American and Pan-American neutrality. Given unusual impetus this year by the de...

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

f lAMB, legs lb. 27c LAMB, chops lb. 4Sc whole , *» _HAWS, lbs 2 _*c POULTRY, tabletfressed lb. 38c Make this the happiest Easter ever—and .let Graham's Gandy help you do it. Delicious candies are priced RIGHT. EGGS DECORATED FREE 1 /2 lb. 30c .1 lb. 60c 2 lb. S1.20 6 1 c • ROSARIES • (ROSSES And Other For _faster ¦ ¦:¦ ' M'_- ' : ~ -:. 132 South Allen :Si THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "Toe A. Better Perm Stats" _EitiMisheJ 1940. _Successor to fc'ne Penn State _CoUerjiaa. establish*! 1904, aad .the Free _Lnnco. established 1837 Publishe-1 dills' except Sunday and Monday daring _tha _Jresular _College ye.ic by the students of The Pennsylvania _tStite College. Entered aB second-class matter July 5. 1934 •it the post-office at State College. Pa., under the act of March 8. 1379. Editor _ -sBt»^_ _^us " an( _* _^v ' _Mgr. .Adam Stirs-sec "U *^$$&!> Lawrence Diiever '41 Editorial and Bujitne:_':* Office Downtown Office S1J Old Mui'i _Oidjj 119-121 South Frazi...

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

For A Limited Time Only Genuine Engraved Visiting Card $1.95 per humjred Intludes Plate Which To Choose 19 Type Styles From mmm WHHT1S6 *«D PUBLISHING CO Phone 4868 119-S.Fraziet MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT AG FROLIC AND FUN NIGHT with JIMMY LEYDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA RecHall April 19 Dancing 0 to 12 $1:00 (Checking Included) M EASTER _NOVELTIES Decorated Eggs . Whitman's ges Easter Easter Packa _^p_^pl^^ ' Packi Perfumes In Easter Packages ;, Staffed _&atjbits-59c to $2.98 Seethe New Cuddly Sleeping Dolls with Zipper Back. An Unusual Value at $2.49 Wrapped Without Charge m_&mm,mi Mien St. Next To Bank Clock C*^*j% «Ma4_flj«* f _naiGHHne_*: . . . HAYEYOU-TRIED NEW B£AV£R BROS BREADS and SWEET ROLLS Call mm bros Phone Lewistown 791 Let Us Solve Your MILK PROBLEM With Pure, Wholesome Milk MEYER MILK Phone 4220 f_^_Maiiy Baseball/Lacrosse Teams Will Start Season This Week -Ffosh Trackmen Galled _Coach ' Bo...

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

. . TWO PAYS . . and you will be going home for your Easter vacation. Now is the time to start thinking about your CLASS RING. A class s value. It may be mounted ring is something you will _alway with Fraternity crest or letters if desirea. So remember when you go home this vacation, first thing on "PHILADELPHIA STORY" starring Shows at 6:30. 3:30 _Maiines Saturday Only at 1:30 Eugene H. Lederer REAL ESTATE 114 E. Beaver Ave. Slate College DIAL 4066 RADIO THIS WEEK . Fred Waring,. Mon.-Fri. 7:00IP. M.—-NBC . Glenn Miller, Tues., Wed Thurs.—10:00 P.M.—CBS Professor Quiz. • Tues. 9:30 P.M.—CBS Fraternity Problems Plan Proposed Women In Sports LOOK AROUND YOU AT THE BALLPARK Honorary Needs Names iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Chi O's defeated DG's, 40-21, in a hard-fought basketball match in White Hall Saturday morning to cop the fraternity league championship and clinch the intramural cup. They will meet Ath E...

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

College May Get $400,000 Airport Bill Now In Legislature Women Debate Cornell In Season's Last Meet Hershey Asks Draft Delay New Coed Dorm To Open Sunday For Fire Victims Would Allott $100,000 Research For College Men For Training See Editorial. Page Two WASHINGTON, April 17.—Acting Draft Director Lewis B. Hershey announced today that local draft boards will toe asked to postpone the induction of college students into the Army "until the end of the scholastic period in which they, are called.", A scholastic period was unofficially interpreted as meaning a semester. It was pointed out that under this plan the interruption of classroom study will be prevented. The announcement emphasized that local boards will not be instructed_, to postpone student inductions automatically and that full authority still lies with the individual boards. The 6,500 local boards will receive the recommendation next week. It reads in part: "The following amendment to Selective Service Reg...

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

Enjoy You The Corne r unusual ANNOUNCING A New Restaurant For Discriminating Diners • Fine Ice Cream % Delicious Food _# Unexcelled Service CLIFFS caters to everyone who wants the best food at reasonnriJ_^t Suan_]lty a_?d _<luality are our bywords. Try eu i f S cllamPlon fountain specialties:,-Ice Cream Cones, Milk Shakes, and plates Of Ice Cream. c L rFFS 145 S. ALLEN STREET MODERATE PRICES AT THE _MOVIES STATE— , -, :: „ "Lady From Cheyenne" NITTANY—NITTANY— CATHAUM— "Men of Boys' Town" _- "Kitty Foyle the dail y collegia! ""For A Better Penn State" >&<U>>lisIie.i .1949. Successor to the Penn State Col>.f> ,n established 1904. and the Fre_* Lance, established 1387 Published' daily except Sunday and Monday d-jrin<s tb ««ular _Collie _yeir by the students of The Pennsylvani liUte College Entered ail aecond-class matter July C 193 _tif the post-offica at State _Collese. Pa., un...

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

MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT FROLIC AG AND FUN NIGHT with LEYDEN AND HIS ORCHESTRA JIMMY KecHall ~ Saturday, April 19 Dancing 9 to 12 $1.00 (Checking Included) FOR THE BEST Ht-; Roasts I Chops * and Poultry DIAL 775 MILLERS MARKET 104 W. BEAVER AVE- FREE DELIVERY w M Here's U» fl***_"* \ treat v ou ¦"*_g0 **"'\ •?V, ca mpus We ._', lou can e_«oyCO to day. Lay. Buy- etal p s V-Sl «** ¦ *« i§ rtTrfJW Do This Weekend? Want Something To mm SKATING _jS_&_afe To Music In The Armory Afternoon Night .... 2-S Sessions Saturday Saturday 7 9, 9 11 Price—20c Per Session .4 Favorite Among University LEE HATS Men a MEN'S APPAREL 146 S. ALLEN ST NOW THEY ARE READY ' \ Panel Photographs • , of Fraternity affdSorority Groups PENN STATE PHOTO SHOP 214 E. COLLEGE AVE Lion Nine Meets Bullets; Lose To Penn, Princeton Face Gettysburg Here At 2:30 p.m. Tomorrow Catching and batting practice were emphasized by G...

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

Announcing JUNIOR PROM • Murray McEachern. • Ann Sutherland m Frank Howard to REC HAIL to Admission $%£'S to DANCING 9. TO May 2 PAUL WHITEMAN Featuring (EVERYTHING NEW BUT THE RHAPSODY IN BLUE) ARROW SHIRTS ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS -^/^ MEN'S APPAREL 146 S. ALLEN ST. Diagonally Across From Post Office ARROW TIES ARROW UNDERWEAR Fofr A Limited Time Only Genuiiume _Einigiravadl Vasiftiisig Caircta $1.95 per hundred _tacltute Plate 19 Type Styles Frown Which T& _Chmm NITTANY fiiiiK md mmmm co 119 S. _JTtawa wa -AfKJ' S IfS illllifYV/ urn II 11 )7 PHI STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. BEAVER AV )«;>)_- _35 >.fi) ARROW SHIRTS ARROW HANKIES ARROW SHIRTS AND SHORTS ARROW TIES CAMPUS CALENDAR TODAY.. Reading Conference, * Room 318 Old Main, 10 a.m. ,: TOMOROW ..-Annual Ag Frolic in Rec Hall from 9 to 12. _[[ All seniors purchasing Lion coats may have a .lion: , stamped on i at Student Union. No charge made? Varsity baseball-...

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