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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 September 1940

Enthusiastic Frosh Hold First Pajama Parade _iimiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii Bursar Outlines Method For Paying Frosh Fees Procedure for the payment of " freshman fees in the Armory tomorrow has been outlined by the Bursar's office. The /temporary bursar's office will be open to receive fees from 9 a.m. to' 5 p.m. with no interruption at noon. Eight windows will be set up for the payment of freshman fees, -with the names divided alphabetically as follows: A-Ciu Liu-Ols Cla-Fos Oma-Sco Fou-Hok Scr-Van , Hol-JLit Var-Z Students Who have arranged to have their fees mailed home must report .to the- AA ticket window in the Armory but not. to the other windows. _Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll! Final Pledge List Reaches 510 Mark A total of 510 pledges' had been reported to the IFC committee at Student Union as the seven-day official rushing closed at noon yetserday. . -This figure fell short of last yea...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 September 1940

Subscribe and Vote Now THE _ElAILiY _GOXlfcGIAN_^nd a Collegian Dance Ticket . . .... _OCft qLsJM i-7Xl»::ir. _-.._» _1_~n,:;:> ..1, <_i. -r- ,-. THE tULLIiljlAl\ DANCE Friday, Oclober 11 IH siuiiiiosiuii i ( _( \siuy *y m. ca« Stibse'fiBe T6'The1 Daily ' Collegian and Get Y6u'i"S Now DON'T FORGET Vote' for a Ffesnin_&n, Sorority, or 0'6' rni %teeii; _ctiie Of _ivhicii w ill " be chosen COM/EGIAN _QtJEEk _TONIGHI / «<• ' JSoBr/ r_» mt ?* Jk%¥ka\_2_te' _£imKB** w _MMwnf i raP^^^_P_^H_^3»^* _^ *^ v) ' j J BKa_^_#a'_*2Baa2f _^_B>^^iv _^._aiftr m_1k%y kWm _%m HECLA PARK 7. MItES EAST, OF _BEUiEFQNTE ADMISSION . INCLUDING TAX $1.10 DANCING 9-1 WESTERN UNION OR N. ATHERTON ST. DIAL 3281 STATE COLLEGE; PA _$Ai LWAli_^EXPRE S S , AGENCY ^^Br _ftfc. : n — .a . .-r- NATION-WIDE RAIL-AIR SERVICE College Choir Try-outs *"""*"" *** *¦**"•* • . »uti-y fc.-t—_. *_+***_j r _a»- »' , _& . . *• _, ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 September 1940

New Fill Sfy IN Tl THE VJ ¦ ¦ ¦ fitiS? _dUALftt LEAfHilS AND FINEST FIT OBTAINABLE. $4.00 to $7.45 "I*_to Home of Quality Shoes Bottorf Bros Entrances on Beaver and Allen OurSSudenf Checking Accounts PRdVlDE A SAFE AND CONV.ENIENT WAY FOR YOU TO HANDLE YOUR MONEY. PEOPLES NATIONAL. BANK 6/ State College, Pa Nibbling' Af The News wiih £dS££f LA_&E _ui i r 111111 /f 11 Muri f i _< (111111 ii 11 <ii i _in ir j _ihii i _f n 111111 mH n _i i/r Ah. Freedom, With NuiSWfdU , The French.have.,always beefi _faVhdiis forJheir ability to design clothing. Each new French style has always . created, a sensation on this, side of the Atlantic, and reports from, abroad assure lis th' a't the heivest creations will, cause' considerable furore, should, the best _. shpps on Fifth . Avenue decide to stock up, with the latest styles from Ga_? Paree. _ Men's, clothing has . undergone many radical changes. Last week, for instance, a man appeared on a street in ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 September 1940

Grand Opening.... Thursday, September 19 THE COLLEGE BOOT SHOP Socks to the Men and Opening Offer—Free Silk Stockings to the Ladies with Each Purchase Shoes—$2.95 Official ROTC Taylor-Made Shoes for Men Selby-Sfyl-eez Shoes for: Women THE COLLEGE BOOT SHOP Formerly SJ_*J3. Shoe Store TAL. JONES—MANAGER -_' Next fo Murphy s NIGHT FOOTBALL STATE COLLEGE HIGH Coach Joe Adessa '38 VS.— SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT HIGH Coach Whitey Rhoda '39 1940—8:00 P.M Friday—September 20, HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM Admission 50 and 75 cents Here's the answer to that problem of finding a clean, comfortable room at a reasonable rate. —ITS- RUNNING WATER IN EVERY ROOM 123 W. Nittany Dial-4850 Between The Liens y WITH DICK PETERS _Hiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiii jOde To The Lions It's not often I read poetry other than that printed inside matchbook covers, etc. I guess maybe I'm not the type who likes to browse over Chaucer, Milton and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 September 1940

Interprets Draff %_& cl1 >S «•' , ^^11 Col. Ambrose R. Emery, head of the College Reserved Officers Training Corps, who advances the theory that absentee registration for the draft will be possible for students who are eligible for conscription. (For story, see column five. ) Daily Collegian Strives For Accurate Delivery The Daily Collegian is making every effort to make its deliveries as complete and accurate as possible , despite many changes in addresses, new subscriptions daily, and the problem of establishing a carrier system. Our subscribers have been very patient, and if the circulation has been unsatisfactory, they are urged ito call Collegian 711 between 1:30 and 5 p.m. or 7 to 9 p.m. The Daily Collegian wants its _- subscribers to have satisfactory service. If there is any dissatis- . faction, please report all complaints and every effort will be, made to straighten them out as .soon as possible. " There " are still a few subscriptio...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 September 1940

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE • Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Have You Been to THE ALLENCREST TEA ROOM Next to the Dairy Store LUNCHEON 11 to 2 o'clock DINNER 5 to 8:30 o'clock ' NttlTKKB DRIVE-IN THEATRE Show* At 7:30 and 9:3Q 20c Per Person Friday—?- 'Swing ft Professor With "Pinky" Tomlin, Paula Stone Saturday-— 'Under the Big Top with _IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllUllllllllll THE MANIAC _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin FIFTH COLUMN! What a swell idea! And 1 thought it up all myself (practically my only really original idea in three years of constant study at this worthy institution). All summer long I went around congratulating myself and all for naught. There it would be, splashed down the full length of the fifth column of the new Daily Collegian and just to make the implication ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 September 1940

I. -y --'"II, I ¦¦¦II. II P<?.v©u.fekethfe wedded. j asVourWfulK_!' * help mate '{or _s ^^° n\ _T/\U -J BEFORE YOU TAKE THE PLUNGE READ * • • '•How to Choose a Slide Rule" by BOX HEROLD Choosing a Slide Hole is a lot like getting married, because you are going to hare it for a long, long time. That's why you just must read this _maaterful book _bjr that old slide rule slider, Don _Heroli It is written ia simple, salty language and profusely illustrated by the master himself. It takes the _myaterjr oat of slide rules for all time. ' - "Efow to Choose a Slide Bole" is free—if yon get your* before the _fjrst edition runs out. See ••our campus K & £ 4e*_kc •* once. Bar. im* _JPTS HUMOBOUS IT'S HELPFUL • KEUFFEL * ESSER CO • _*_Wf YOftK— _HQIOUH, N. J IT'S FREE CHICAGO • ST. LOUIS SAN _Ffw>v-._^l • LOS ANGELES • DETROIT • MONTREAL WISE STUDENTS ARE _? G m SH au i TO _« S KEELER FOR THEIR TEXT B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 September 1940

MON.—TUBS _0&c( WALLACE _BKRY _J_^_y with LEO CAHBILLO flflHH _ANH RUTHERFORD SATURDAY ONLY r j_^_jSE_^ Shows at 1:30. 3:00. 6:30, 3:30 LAST TIMES TODAY "iEtlsa Maxwell's Public Deb No. J" CROSSROADS RESTAURANT Boalsburg_, Pa NOTICE:—. ' _s Positively no one will be served beer or liquors at either the Crossroads Restaurant or the Eutaw House if his age is questionable. Stuu dents must present their matriculation card and other credentials. EUTAW HOUSE Formerly Blue and White Potters Mills. Pa. ROOMMATE WANTED. Girl desires roommate. $2.50 per week. Cooking facilities. Upperclass preferred. Erna McNeil, 118 S. AUen. Dial 2010. It pd 9;9—CRE MONDAY-TUESDAY Lawrence Olivier Joan Fontaine "REBECCA" Ih_^_fiim_^iffi _Evenings Only 6:30, 8:30 TODAY ONLY HUME Hll A Wamor _Bxoa. P'6tw» MHHBiHHttHiHHHlMflMHI Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 SAT., MON.TUES. Here s the answer to that problem of finding' a clean, _comfortable room at a reas...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 September 1940

Secretary Of Agriculture Will Speak Here Tonight U.S. Agriculture Head | _ffar_* Will W __, College This Afternoon CLAUDE R. WICKARD Opportunity of hearing a member of the President's cabinet will be given students and facultymembers when Claude R. Wickard, Secretary of Agriculture, speaks in Schwab Auditorium at 7 p. m. tonight. President Hetzel will introduce the Secretary, who will speak on "The Place of Agriculture in the National Defense Program." Upon arrival this afternoon, the Secretary will inspect the College, especially the School of Agriculture. He will then be honored guest at a dinner in the Nittany Lion Inn. Secretary Wickard is a practical farmer in Indiana and a former state senator. He has held a number of positions in the Department of Agriculture, having been under-secretary after M. L. Wil son was appointed Director of Extension and before Henry A. Wallace resigned. A few years ago, Secretary Wickard was named a master farmer by a mid-western farm paper....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 September 1940

Are You Reading Your _Owa COLLEGIAN! « Hot, Vou Are Missing Die Biggest Value Of fteYea?! ._*ti SUBSCRIBE NOW _ftr $2.50 peryiv—$5.25 ky wail • ISO Issues «f fit* Daily •, - ' t1_*mtlmmlmtm _VOIKglM • Weekly _Colgate Digest • Ticket (far _ewpte_) fb fee AMMU AL COLUeiAM DANCE to beheld on October M Admittance by Collegian Subscription Ticket Only! Lenses Duplicated From Broken Pieces EXPERT REPAIR WORK . PROMPT SERVICE DR, EVA B. ROAN 40_fe East College Avenue Opposite Atherton Hall m. rcatiP nwm Blue Bafld (Continued from page one) Oboe—Walter J. Brethauer '42.. Bassoqn_^rGlenn L. Bowers '43. E flat, clarinet—Joseph P. Menham,. Jr. '41. Alto clarinet — Lindsey _Arisbri _»4L . - . -- - Bass clarinetr-Thomas J. Sica '41. — B flat clarinets—Eugene V. Bowman '43, David Crawford '44, Richard F. Ely '41, Louise _Ehgelbaugb '43, Walter C. Gwinner '43, Robert Kapp '43, Robert Kochenour '44, Ralph Lyford *44, Frank E. Montgomery '43, William Nesbit '42, Robert...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 September 1940

_o e ex OOKS STUDENT SUPPLIES Check Your Needs x x x Laundry Cases Stationery Fountain Pens Inks Blotter Pads I.E.S. Lamps x Lab Aprons x Typewriter Papers x Note Books x Eye Ease Fillers x Filing Equipment « x Greeting Cards Tennis Golf Ping Pong Football Gym Suits Badminton x x x x x x x x x x x X . . it - » t etic ore nc. e Phone 2158 Opposite Main Gate Open Evenings For Your Convenience t We Are Open For Business During Alterations _#<mtl_£i_^a 'Q _&_lisiXe _H_^ ' f*mtitik _m0M s U) THIS CHART? ... REAP WHERE ARE YOU ON A _* "How to Choose __ a Slide Riile_^ b y BON HEBOID Obe sooner you 6_ita\ the riant Slide Role, t_*tf easier _yoar life will be. Don Herold, •_wbo eaa explain anything, baa taken all tho mystery oof cf Slide Rules io this handsome new hook, rich with MhutnitaoDS. Choosing a _SlitJa Role-it * ciach trbca yon do it the Don _Hcrold wmri i\ "How to Choose a Slide Role" is yours witft ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 September 1940

Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30, 8:30 LAST TIMES TODAY Q7JM_& Cf_^7 WAiuaBEl_& WEDNESDAY ONLY wrrft RICHARD DIX _^ The Great American Motion Picture Written for the Screen by Louis Bromfield G, iBriigham Young Frojiiiersjnari1 ' —with—Tyrone Power, Linda Darnell, »rian Donlevy, Jane Darwell, John Carradine, Mary Astor and Jean Dagger as _Brigham Young m /_gg_^_ggjg^/_jgg/^g_^ Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30, 8:30 WED., THURS., FRI. • He could have been The Man Most Likely to Succeed €_^ but indifference, like using a faulty pen, kept hin behind the 8-Ball J[~ . Harry had everything, except a sense of discrinn nation. Perhaps hejeaned too heavily on his natural gifts. Anyway he never added to them in college, but laughed things off—like the times his old-fashioned pen ran dry in classes and exams. Our bright alumnus is out inthe world today—a man who could have given orders, be is taking them. Sure, it seems far-fetched, but you'll be surprise...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 September 1940

Plans Dads' Day _^ _vsgm David B. Pugh, president of the Association of Parents of Penn State, has planned an extensive program for all the fathers on October 5. (For story, see column five.) 2,000 'Dads7 Will Visit College, Pugh Estimates Wide Entertainment Program Is Planned Two thousand "dads" will visit the College on Dad's Day, October 5, it was estimated yesterday by David B. Pugh, _president of the Association of Parents of Penn State, as campus-wide entertainment plans progressed. Chief among the entertainments will probably be the football game with Bucknell on New Beaver Field at 2 p. m. The game will open the Lion grid schedule and sport fans expect to see one of the most powerful Nittany elevens in years. All members of the Association of Parents of Penn State have been invited to attend a business meeting of the association in Room 121, Liberal Arts Building, immediately after the football game. - The Penn State Players will present their first 1940-...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 September 1940

Qad$,., Enjoy Qur _Sh_^ry, Efficient _§Wm mm products ft LUBRI0_ATI8M t _OMHAK6E • Tire Changing • Battery Service DIAL 3869 Atherlon Street Service Station • t M_^_ff _£?sQcigled _Cftleaiqte _Rre_?$ _HORNINGSTAR ¦ - ¦ ¦ map - Morningslar Bread is fine for eras*? ' ?IW_3>8se. U knakes sandwiches' thai a» _nleasina j_^ _iiuuiisniqg. na u you warn crisp toasl that fairly iaielts in your mouth this is the loaf'for y«H_« M^' R -Ste_*_. _Tr_^Wheat P«ritjr Bread and Trophy Winner (3ake. At Poffsville m c HI!* Dr. R. Wallace -Brewster, new administrative head of the Schuylkill Undergraduate Center of the Pennsylvania State College at Pottsville, served for six years in a similar capacity at the Uniontown center before his transfer this fall. _llllllUIllIUIIIUIUIIllIIIIUtlUllIIllIlllIlIIUlIlUIUllllIlIIIII* CAMPUS CALENDAR iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMMMMJtiMUiiiUiiEmiMMiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiicEi TODAY Noon—Tickets for the Campus Center Banquet ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 September 1940

i. IT'S YOUR DAY. DAD Saturday, October 5th BUCKNELL VERSUS PENN STATE The Commerce Club of State College Invites You to State College and Presents the Following Message to Penn State Parents It costs no more to outfit and to supply your son or daughter In State College than in any other town in.the state of Pennsylvania-. State College _merfchariis fektuie only goods of national repute and cater tb ink 6ollegfe community. Gualiiy has always been the prime factor among the local _merchants/ and _dealing wiib national brands has been the student's assurance of iWs'important _3acte* fox many years. Second to quality it must be remembered that ifefe Sihte' C&ll_^gS riierchanls feaiilre 6niy auhentic eamjiuSi fashions and the latest in "_student supplies, We invite yeti to _inspect bur _stbres oh your next visit ib State, and we feel sure-that you will agree with your son or daughter when he says "the best bUys are in State College. _" ALL LEADING _StATE COLLEGE ME...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 September 1940

Arrow Shirts Interwoven Socks Dads... , We welcome you to visit us and see the styles that College Men prefer. Diagonally _ACroii From Po*_toffice 146 S. Allen St >* - _» •: V ¦ ¦ .-..•-«•' - St_«tMR_*Ifti» .'.. . ... ... '¦:." ¦ _i . N_»ttl_*to»'Slio_«f- _^ v „•¦« » • - --•' ""LVi'_-'. r_? a ';". i "¦ " i "i ' .:' :': ' : 1 ' ."¦ •.: 1-j! MEMBERSHIP COUPON Mr. H. C. Rountree, State College, Pa. Enclosed find check for memjbership dues* to the Association of Parents of Penn State for the College year 1940-41 ($1.00 for each parent). $1.00—Mr $1.00—Mrs $2.00—Mr. and Mrs City Street Old Member New Member ?This special copy to all parents of Penn operation of The Daily Parents of Penn State_, cheerfully undertaken ___i__ State . ; of The Daily Collegian is mailed State students through the co-Collegian and the Association of The expense incurred has been in order that all parents be in formed of the events scheduled for Dad's Day weekend and in order ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 September 1940

EVERYBODY'S GOING To the Annual COLLEGIAN DANCE Friday October 1 Don't Forget About The Collegian Qtteen—To Be Selected At the Dance. ,. -. Admission _OfUy_^_y Subscription I; _| to THE DAILY COLLEGIAH ¦ /¦ _K_&M :-J ^¦^ i ^'•^•i_^_lMISP_^ * ¦ Regs k|§5_¥ m &_3K For More- Fun. Out - of We i chew Delicious IdOUBLEMIMT MM UailH _^ _, \ iun oi chewing «^^_JD oUBLEM_*T GUM , _&V * The _velvety Sm °_^n of chewing. De licious , _. _. ^& adds tothenaW^^_J youi m cuth ; ;_, _^ cooling, Teal^^^ eveiy tWag youdo _. _K_^ _leelxetreshed... adds*un to ve treat : | _fe_| Chewing this healthful, _m _^ ^^ _, _fH| he_^ sweeten_^ux l^^^_e. _^ ®m tion.-.^^^otealtbiul _, delicious - l»t Treat yourself dauy _^ »« DOUBIEMINT GUM. . _$ _&. ¦ B - **^*mumm** ft: * -2 * _^omcn Receive Advice On Sports For Dad's Day JIIIIIII|]||]|llll!lllllllllli ;:il!ll!lllllll!IIIIIIIIII!llllllll!lllll Thanksgiving Pay Moved Back lo November 28 Pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 September 1940

Better Bring DAD In to the Balfour Branch Office * Iti& South Allen Street _Abbu* That « r' pennStaffe Class Ring _fc. '" —* " ¦«r _«_fe ¦ * "Of*"—- ;\.: Hwr FraferfiityAing PARENT'S SUBSCRIPTION BUNK Thfe Daily Collegian, Box 261, State College, Pa. Enclosed find check for subscription to The Daily-Collegian to be mailed to the below _address during the 1940-41 academic year: One year ($3.25) —-One semester (2.00) _^__—_- Subscriber_____ .-. . Street Address_^ ---—~ [_Town State: r--~-~ ~ Yfes, I-want to subscribe to The Daily Collegian id order that I may keep up with thfe Penh State activities Please begin my subscription immediately and send hie a bill after October 15th, 1940. (Signed) ____™-™__-.i _„ . . ._„„„ Drive-In Theatre 7:30—9:30—20c Person WEDNESDAY: "Flying Fists" Herman Brix Jeanne Martel Sit in Your Car—See and Hear . the Movies. One Mile West of State _Colleoe on 322. Home Ec Club To Hold Frosfi treasure Hunt The Home Ec Club will hold...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 September 1940

Quality Kelts and Farm Products Hnne-made Sausage Cold Meats and Cheese Freshly Dressed poultry fUMJtf link _Beliefs Roasts Umwx mm DIAL 775 MILLER'S MARKET Formerly. N ittany Meadows'Farm Store , :.« 104 W. Beaver _i THE PENN STATE PL A YER$ Susses* Heroin for Error _Ta Make Dad'; Bay at State _CoraaWt S_« lb* Mar That Tak_<s Hitler for $ _Ridq A '9_re«&nr Sty****? €«Mgr A season _iicktt lor your son or daughter, fiya big shows lor _iHfc WfljW fe* W *B»;««W_& *&• ****** _W §ft!t 1* *«&§* bo<)|h_, §ai„ Oc_^. | . Schwab Jtiuf. Father's Day, October 5 Tickets 75 Cents Headquarters for Dr. Grabow In State College Rea & Denck's 121 S. ALLEN. ST ii_& Diiiy.fill •* — _7_JCS_£ Bir«(WO» -. Of OCT MNO IHWps W NQBITE NO bitter r_«_ry _SRHP _1!_W OR. GMBOtf patented mm-d f_&_sfir kswetta Kj@F smoke be iJF causa _liak _Jr roan's eidusire m«%(ire-ano)iK myDr._Graluwpipe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 September 1940

Complete Food and Fountain Service ; A Modern Restaurant at Popular Prices Annual Prayer "Chick" Werner, Penn track coach, states that with three top notch runners this.year he can take any dual'meet on schedule. Delta _Upsilo ffarfman Capfalara Track Plays Qn Soccer Team Like Walt Hosterman, his State College collegian, Van Hartman is a two-sports man and a captain. Hartman will lead the '41 trackslors and also plays outside left on the Nittany Lion soccer team. Setting quite a record in high school when he captained soccer, basketball, and track, Van also led the Central State League in hooplossing, was on the all-star soccer team, and won the Class B 100-dash in 1935. Noted as a 'good feeder" on the soccer squad, Hartman specializes in the 440-yard dash, a longer sprint than the one he ran in his high school days. Fruit orchards are maintained on approximately 100 acres of the College farms. n College Athletic Trophy Permanently Alpha Chi _Slg Game Times Changed...

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