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

Pepper Pefrella Crosses The Line Again, But Not For A Football Contract "Pepper" Petrella, diminutive Nittany Lion football star, signs on the dotted line - - without a professional football man in sight! Instead, it's for his fraternity, Alpha Phi Delta, to use the new ballroom of the Hotel State College with a banquet and dance tonight. Left to right are James Rizzo '42, Alpha Phi Delta consul; Joseph Gelfo, alumni adviser; Petrella, who is social chairman; Joseph Fortuno '41, ex-counsul; and M. C. Mateer, manager of the hotel. Kaskas Closes Artists' Course Series Monday Anna Kaskas, blonde young contralto of the Metropolitan Opera, will appear in Schwab Auditorium at 8 o'clock Monday evening in the final number of the 1940-41 Artists' Course series. Miss Kaskas is currently appearing with Madam Kirsten Flagstad in "Die Walkuere." She was originally scheduled to sing here last night but due to conflict engagements the local concert was postponed to Monday. Singing in the 1...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 19 April 1941

Follow The Crowd To- REC HALL Tonight 19 April A G rolic _i_7 Bigger and Better Than-Ever Numerous Booths and Unlimited Gambling LEYDEN JIMMY and his orchestra Dancing 9-12 Price—$1 00 Penn State 6 On Parade Annual Circus M MM" 21 AT 8 P TICKETS 2200 RESERVE SALE TODAY ON A.M AT 9 STUDENT UNION OLD MAIN TICKETS EARLY GET YOUR 50c PRICE THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of ¦ ¦ - Federal Deposit' Insurance Corporation TIE ' DAILY _COLLEGIA "Foff A Berts;: Penn State"" _JiiiAhliiilioi 1940. _Suoiraaor to the Penn State _Cofejian, _eitabliahed 1904, und tha Fr\>! Lance, esfeihlbhed 1837 Published daily axcepfc Sunday and Monday durinij the regular _CoUffje yair by the students o£ The Pennsylvanm fitAte College. Enfcir.rf a.! je.iond-cIa-s:; matter July S. 1934 _«t the pont-offica at St&ta _CoUese. Pa., under Ute act of March 8. 1879. ¦ _Ediioi: _^<gj-*s^_ Bus - aac...

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

DESIGNED FOR THE DANCING YOUTH OF AMERICA PAUL WHITEMAN and HIS ALL-AMERICAN BAND at JUNIOR MAY 2 PROM Dancing 9 to 2 REC HALL Admission $3 rafernifies!.. . HAVE YOU. TRIED NEW'- BEAVER BROS BREADS and SWEET ROLLS CaU BEAVER BROS Phone Lewistown 791 C A T H A U M 33_SS _fhan i' ns \ ' ¦ 'The Letter*' >V_?d GEORGE W BRENT Of'OAtK _vtcrotr'ANB-rHtOtOMAag'' MARY ASTOR /( _j ' ""* ¦ _*. _. Lucile Watson _fTjjfeT Hacne wfcDaniel _t*i*BCTBt> gflDMUND GOULDING "Or A WARNER BROS.-rr*st _havl _picture Eugene H. Lederer ##_4L ESTATE 114 E. Beaver Ave. State College DIAL 4066 I40 ft Nine Meets Bullets In Home Opener Today Tuieya Starts On Mound Gridders Hold Second Scrimmage Game Today Lion Golfers Battle Army Today Rutherford Launches 20th Season Bedenk Changes Infield Gettysburg's Bullets will provide the opposition for the Nittany diamondmen at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon in the Lions' first home encounter of the ...

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1941

Captivates Artists- Course Audience Blonde Anna Kaskas, reknowned contralto of the Metropolitan Opera Association, thrilled a capacity audience in the final Artists Course number in- Schwab Auditorium last night. Immediately after the concert, she boarded a plane for New Orleans where she will rejoin the Opera Company. Defense Priority Causes Cancelling Of Blazer Order " "Junior Blazers will not be available this year," William O, Meyers '42, blazer chairman, announced yesterday. "Because of the governments1 need of blazer material for the war-time production in which this country is now engaged, we have been unable to have our order filled anywhere." Although the committee had a contract signed for the production of the blazers, the company was forced to cancel it, due to the priority of the government orders for the same material. . Money will be refunded to more than 100 juniors who placed their blazer deposits upon presentation of their receipts at the Athletic Store. At...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1941

GRADUATING SENIORS Genuine Engraved Visiting Card $1,95 per hundred Includes Plate Which To Choose 19 Type Styles From NITTANY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO Phase 4868 119 S. Fraziei Fraternities! HAVE YOU TRIED NEW BEAVER BROS BREADS and SWEET ROLLS Call BEAVER BROS Phone Lewistown 791 Let Us Solve Your . MILK PROBLEM Wilh Pure. Wholesome Milk C. MEYER MILK _H. D. 1 Phone.4220 THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Belter Penn State" _Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State _Coliesian established 1904, and the Free Lance_, established 1887 Published daily e._tcet>t Sunday and Monday during the rearular _College year by the students of The Pennsylvania _Stite College. Entered as aeeond-class matter July 5. 1934 at the post-office at State _College, Pa., under the act o£ March 8. IS79. Editor _^«Eejv Bus - and Adv * M _3 r * Adam SmTser'41 s _^llPtB ' Lawrence Driever'41 Eflilotinl and _BiL3:n_«5 Office . Downtown Office MS Old Main 3lSs 119-121 South ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1941

In Blue Everything New But The Rhapsody PAUL WHITEMAN and HIS ALL-AMERICAN BAND at PROM JUNIOR MAY 2 REC HALL Admission $3.85 Dancing 9 to S, 4 Eugene H. Lederer REAL ESTATE 114 E. Beaver Ave. State College DIAL 4066 • SERVICE • CLEANLINESS • ECONOMICAL PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. BEAVER DIAL 3261 DID YOU KNOW That Your $1 Goes Further In Buying JAYSON SHIRTS FLORSHEIM SHOES BOTANY TIES At FROMM'S OPP. OLD MAIN NiiftinyNine Trounces Gettysburg Bullets, 21-1 Garnets Topple ta _»M *w I ¦ 11- i o / _^l_"6 ' Team '9 "° LIOI ) _MICKItien, 8-0 | n Season's Opener Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll His Lions Eat Bullets _/=: _aosepM &e.de:_?jk_. Coach Joe Bedenk's baseballers displayed rare early-season batting form in pounding out a 21-1 win over the Gettysburg Bullets, who scored one of the two victories over the Lions last year. Despite an unexpected displaj of lacrosse power at _fewarthmor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1941

Juniors, Seniors Plan Reception Plans for the annual Junior-Senior Faculty Reception scheduled for second floor lounge oJ Old Main from 8 to 10 p.m. nexl Tuesday neared completion as committee chairmen named assistants yesterday. Nearly' 300 faculty members and their wives have received invitations for this formal party at which junior and senior women are hostesses. Entertainment, music, and refreshments form a part of the evening's program after guests.have passed through the receiving line. Committee members are—decorations: Pauline Grossman '43, Marybelle Grossman '41, Henrietta L. Hayward '42, , and Margaret K. Sherman '43; invitations: Jean Hechler '42 and Jean L. Lininger '42; properties: Marjorie D. Cousley '42, Jane B. Hoskins '41, Vivian M. Keast '42, and Betty E. Widger '42; publicity: A. Patricia Behney '42, Mary W. Houghton '42, and Arlene K. Smith '42. Entertainment and refreshment _committees and ushers will be announced later by their chairmen. Confab _Skows WS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1941

tamed _oy Southern Beauty Spot ural frame for the Gothic beauty of th rsity Chapel is made as early spring ens the campus at Durham, N. C. The ; southern campus attracts thousands nually. _» — ./ • '_^ 1 J! Mowing 'Em Down The cameraman didn't mind facing a machine gun. when it was "manned" by pretty Nancy Coleman, recently elected Honorary Colonel of the Clemson College brigade of 2,300 R. O. T. C. students. She received machine gun instruction on the day of her election. Acme _Uavenport , l0wa

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1941

f. SUMMONED by Harvard's Phillips Brooks House Association, delegates from eleven large eastern colleges recently attended a two-day community service conference, laid the groundwork for a nation-wide collegiate organization to study and handle community social service problems. Since every college invited was already engaged to some degree in social service work, emphasis was placed upon new ideas and approaches — ideas which the sponsors of the conference feel will be of wide-spread interest to other colleges. Speakers and discussion leaders pointed out that community service, if properly organized and administered, can be "an excellent bridge over which American ideals and democratic understanding can pass to the youth of today". Purpose of the conference, and of the projected national organization, is to awaken collegians to the fact that they must be instrumental in building and maintaining that bridge. ti r»i ii '•"' ' " W1 -M _^ r_^t =^^ I he Phillips Brooks House". As...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1941

_limits _swassusm BUY CAMELS BY THE CARTON- |gg FOR CONVENIENCE, FOR ECONOMY ||| BY BURNING 25% SLOWER than the _S average of the 4 other largest-selling brands j3j|| tested—slower than any of them—Camels Eggs also give you a smoking plus equal, on the giiij average, to fi||fl 5 EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK * H y t THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOU EXTRA MILDNESS, EXTRA COOLNESS , EXTRA FLAVOR AND cotine o i_^ess • What cigarette are you smoking now ? The odds are that it's one of those included in the famous "nicotine-in-the-smoke" laboratory test. Camels, and four other largest-selling brands, were analyzed and compared...over and over again...for nicotine content in the smoke itself! And when all is said and done, the thing that interests y ou in a cigarette is the smoke. YES, SIR. THE SMOKE'S THE THING! SMOKE CAMELS' than the average of the 4 other largestselling cigarettes tested—less than any of them—according to independent scientific tests...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1941

Kick Away Campus productions in which he-men turn their talents to fill female roles always wow the house. And why shouldn't they? Lipstick, wigs, mascara false lashes, and ruffles transform bulging muscles and barrel chests into voluptuous curves, dimples, and limpid eyes — but with what results! Here are a few good samples. Ada Leonard, ex-strip, tease artiste, is shown looking over some of the prospective "chorines" for the University of Wisconsin's 1941 Harcsfoot Club production "Place Your Bets". Most of these boys are well known athletes. Athletic stars of Marris Harvey College pranced through a pantomime foot ball game while dressed in ballet costumes. Cute, aren't they? Collegiate Digest Photo by Heilpern Al Cole, Stanford wing three-quarter, gets off a fast kick as Ted California wing forward, attempts to block during the Pacific Coa championships. By taking this game 13 to 8, Stanford's ruggers am It's a Sad Moment Bob Davies (head bowed), blonde dribbling wiza...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1941

Now You Can Wear Friendship Latest campus jewelry fad is the friendship links of which contain the names of friends whi 25c toward the bracelet. Here three Chi Om_< at the University of Alabama compare their k ItiB * most bain c 9e fiasfc _. be«r fc_?_S: T'>"_3|*«l • ¦ _s,-«uK>--.. . Learning the 'Know * About Dough Eager to learn first hand how food is prepared, members of the food industries class at Hunter College visited a huge Bronx bakery to see how bread and other bakery products are made. Here they are shown in front of a huge oven which turns out 50,000 loaves of bread daily. Fancy stepping "chorines" entertain would-be rookie soldiers at Camp While-away in the These Harvard "girls" go in for some torrid dancing in Ithaca College production "Prescription for Conscription". Harvard Hasty Pudding show, "One on the House". the "Rhumba ' number of the Acme _, _^_- -. _^ _rtball team, is d the tourney lk. Acme £ Wide Wo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1941

/_w Popular Couple Win Contest The University of Richmond student body found it easy to select the best looking boy and prettiest girl in their annual poll this year. Football hero Clinton Moore and his steady girl, Margaret Burge, made the perfect pair. Collegiate Digest Photo by Arendall _^- s_^fi_^_BSEHSl_^_EJaaBfc._^ ¥ _HIi ill1 "1 iiMi -._*3&*_fia9_Jr5 _T> _-' Peeking Inside a Girls' Dormitory The question of "what it's like in a girls' dormitory" is answered in this informal shot of three juniors at Alabama College shown cramming just before examination time. First Aid Lesson They may never have to use it, but if the occasion should arise this knowledge of artificial respiration will come in handy to these Wheaton College, Norton, Mass., girls. Miss Dorothy Mott, above, has trained 120 students and 32 faculty members in the standard First Aid course.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1941

GoUe6*deDi6est SfCttofl NMIciM bm 0_«lc«; W F_*wi>M i, ** ¦« a*— _^tt ^^^^^^_u_^ b^^^^_m_^- - nvnwwnt.' NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE »NC 4t0 _bUdim AmM, N_«w /grit 400 No. MkMsM A«m»«, CbJctyt _BoAm SMfmchcs UmaJ|«im Chop, Chop — and a Tail Comes Off! This is the way young fledglings are welcomed down after their first solo flight at Tennessee Tech. Student pilot John _Bulfington is downed and his left shirt tail is cut off and hung, with proper identification, in the hanger. Coll_.'Rirfti- Diai-M _Phom _liv I'. -nni-- P _tion vam eu io ia _jvid iCO_> tea< atton ssi _t A. 00 ais m< _sn in '_t rs « pa _z t ma D A collegiate dance group demonstrates rhythmic movement in an Other phase of the Cultural Olympics, the program of which is de signed to cover all age groups. W: The art phases, covering both graphic and plastic work, range in age groups from elementary to collegiate and adult participation. Here two stude...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 22 April 1941

Cadets Lose All Around Girls from Texas State College for Women beat a crack Texas A. and M. rifle team in a 20-round prone firing match, then added to their humility by making them do the cooking and dishwashing for the outing which followed. Dis«t Photo by Hindi iss barbara barton, junior, was chosen lie U. S. Military ir ciass ma Big Help to Education Smallest Boston University student, 4-foot 10%-inch Lawrence Whipple, needs the help of Crew Captain Alfred LaRose to get a book from one of the higher shelves. LaRose, a 200-pound, 6-foot 3-inch junior, and Whipple, an 80-pound sophomore, attend the university's college of business administration. ming majority rien y an overw e Where Time Counts Knitting for the British War Relief Society is a serious matter to Elizabeth Read and Dale Rosenbloom of Salem College, Winston-Salem,. North Carolina. Photo hom Uvrd

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 April 1941

College May Adopt Daylight Saving Time Effective Saturday Night ALPHA ZETA, THETAS PLACE FIRST IN SCHOLARSHIP Hammond Urges Airport, McDowell Flays Probe, Appropriations Up During Busy Harrisburg Day Special lo the Collegian HARRISBURG, April 22—The Pennsylvania State College figured in five important legislative developments here today: 1. Dean Harry P. Hammond, of the School of-Engineering, appearing in behalf, of the bills asking $300,000 for a Penn State training airport, said they would provide the "only comprehensive program in aeronautics in Pennsylvania." 2. Testifying, before the House's soil erosion investigating committee, Milton S. McDowell, director of the College agricultural extension, said the state's erosion program should be edu cational. He answered charges of non-cooperation, saying it was "the institutional policy of the College to avoid administrative and regulatory work, these latter being functions of the state and federal government." McDowell called...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 April 1941

victor 'Records An Album of _Eght JteauJifu/ Symphonic JExwrpts - THE M&ODIES YOU 40VE IN m "Moon Love," "Goin' Home " "You Are My Song of love"—certainly the throbbing melodies of these songs appeal to- you t But their melodic appeal is even greater when played as they were originally written from Tschaikowsky's 5th, Dvorak's "New World," Schubert's "Unfinished" by the Victor Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Charles O'Coraiell —these are included in the eight great symphonic melodies in this Album (G-T5) of.four records. -Listen, soon, to "The Heart of the Symphony"—a Victor Black label Classic. mw! Only _WM MUSIC ROOM Glennland Building . ? ONG SLEEVE Sport Shirts ideal For - - Golf and Campus Wear Oxford Cloth, .Gabardines Rayons, and Flannels. All Colors $1.50 to $3.95 KALIN'S Men's Shop 130 S. AMenSt THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State _CoKegrian established 1904. and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 April 1941

Playtime's Just Around the Corner Ml Play Suits In Seersucker, Chambrays, Sharkskins, and Novelty Cottons Slack Sets " That Give You That Cool Comfortable Feeling and Smart Easy Look Attention Men ! Even though you aren't interested *Jxt fashion shows—come to look at the lovely gals ! Attention Coeds I We'll Have Bob Robinson In Full Dress All Included In One Admission ! 1 Alice Elizabeth Shop Dorothy Diehl Custom Made CARLYE DRESSES A.S. STYLED IN THE FASHION SHOW MAY BE FOUND AT Moore's Dress Shop ELMO _HUDNUT _LOCIEN LELONG and many others m & DERHL I1C ALLEN STREET NEXT TO BANK CLOCK _/"_^_OP_^ h Vf _^ Proper Make Up Essential To Modern 'Costuming At Rea and Derick_'s you always find the newest shade and odor creations of the leading cosmetic makers LENTHERIC Coco Straw, Gay Beans Brighten Fiesta Theme In Accessory Trend A gay, fiesta trend, reminiscent of old Mexico, is dominating jewelry, hats, and access...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 April 1941

A Fashion Preview The Smartest Thing This Spring and Summer Is A Single Breasted, Three Button Plaid Jacket With Contrasting, Solid-Colored Slacks. This Ensemble, Entered by FROMM'S In The Fashion Show At The Cauthaum Theatre, Wednesday and Thursday Evenings, Is Versatile and Should Be In Every College Man's Wardrobe. • The brown plaid Shellander Jacket is beautifully tailored and styled for a perfect fit. • Natural color gabardine slacks, tailored by Society Brand. • Brown and white Florsheim Shoes designed especially for < -the college- man, featuring outside stitching and oux own styling. • White pique shirt with widespread collar. • Hand - woven. McCrossen woolen lie. This Coat and Slack Combination With Accessories Is The Kind You'll Want To Wear All Spring . . . All Summer and Right On Into Fall. romn_^s Military Styles Lead Fashion Parade For Spring And Summer Collegian Tells All —About Spring Fashions Coverl Topcoats Are Wei! Liked While Keynotes...

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