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

CH • SUITS • WHITE FORMAL COATS • SLACKS $17.75 S13.S0 $ 5.50 Mitten Paul _Vtt V I ¦ A ¦ _* \\-vr ;146 STREET SEE THE NEW 94 Palm Beach S uit ¦ At PALM BEACH HEADQUARTERS —,.... ¦ .—.:i—J'll_. 'IIICTgHlBl _W *2 $1 7 75 life* _nf_*.-e£f*oA-d»* e « Hattcr ¦ Tim ten Changes Made In Slack Suits Slack suits for very informal wear and lounging purposes are reported to be better in every way this year over last season's models. More shapely bodies, better-fitting collars, and smarter lines are stressed. Additional improvements in this year's models are more pleats and tucks for give-and-take, better • tailoring, nicer-looking belts, and a wide selection of fabrics, weaves, patterns, and colors. ¦ Two-way or convertible collars that fit like dress shirts when closed and set are convenient to the sandlot athlete who must report to the dean's office before going home-to change. Originating two seasons ago and slowly gain...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 April 1941

3. Nittany Co-op 4. Mrs. Forbes Dorm .... 5. Mrs. Beman Dorm .... 6. Fairmount Hall 7. Miss Parker_, Dorm 8; The Colonial 9. Jordan Hall 9. Atherton Hall IMA Unit 11. Watts Hall ..:..: 12. BRB Club Alpha Chi Rho ... Alpha Chi Sigma Gamma Sigma Phi Beta Sigma Rho . Pi Kappa Phi Pioneer House ... Tau Phi Delta ... Phi Epsilon ' Pi ... Kapoa Sigma Chi Phi Delta Chi Phi Sigma Kappa Beta Theta Pi Phi Kappa Tau ... Theta Xi Sigma Pi Phi Mu Delta Phi Eta Siqm Grafinger To Receive Annual Senior Award Phi Eta Sigma, freshman men's honorary society, has released the names of 50 students who have been accepted as initiates. Phi Eta Sigma will induct the new members at the annual banquet initiation ceremonies in the State College Hotel banquet room at 6:30 tonight. Edward Steidle, dean of the Mineral Industries School, will be initiated as honorary member of Phi Eta Sigma for 1941 and will be the principal speaker at the banquet tonight. Dr. Harrison H. Arnold, professor of Spanish, wil...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 23 April 1941

vice @> Abe's Esso Service Station 212 S. Atherton. Dial 393S _^wllC S One Good _TurnV Deserves Another You do your- car a good turn by fueling it with Esso Extra. Do it another by lubricating it with Esso Motor Oil and ¦ Essoi;EUM Greases. Bring it to us to- Mon Tennis, Baseball Squads See Action Today Richardson Will Pitch; 40 Frosh Baseballers Roethke Shifts Lineup Leads Baseball Lions Captain Eddie Sapp guides the Nittany diamondmen this afternoon in quest of a repeat performance of last season's victory over the Susquehanna Crusaders. Only One Change Made Big Jim Richardson will be the starting pitcher for the Lion diamondmen-when they take the field against the Crusaders from Susquehanna at 4 o'clock this afternoon in an effort to annex their second victory of the season. Virtually the same line-up that saw action in the Gettysburg game Saturday will start for the Nfttanymen. The only change made by Coach Joe Bedenk will put John Ebersole in...

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

A double dose of Horror for those of you with strong hearts and subdued screams! Lurid Shocker No. Lurid Shocker No "HORROR "MAN-MADE MONSTER" ISLAND" with Dick Foran, Peggy Moran, Leo Carrillo, Fuzzy Knight with Lion Atwill, Anne Nagel, Lon Chaney, Jr. A new Deanna turns enchantress and again , steals your heart with melody and youthful charm! Deanna Durbin in "NICE GIRL" —with—Franchot Tone. Walter Brennan fFut f_^ ^^HwTi Shows at 6:30, 8:30 Matinee Saturday Only at 1:30 Cooperative Food Plan Is Successful Twenty thousand dollars every year or an average of $500 for each of the 41 fraternities and sororities is saved through the Cooperative "Managers' Association on the Oregon State College campus. On the basis of contracts with local merchants, the Association sells groceries, meats, wood, house equipment, and furniture. Orders are tele _^ phoned to the Association's warehouse by the house caterer or cook, and goods purchased are put en a monthly...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 April 1941

Collegian Honor Roll An eagerly awaited feature every year, because it presents its viewpoint impartially and honestly, the 1940-41 edition of the Collegian Honor Roll will appear with tomorrow's paper. . Included on tomorrow's honor roll are students, faculty, alumni and organizations which have made outstanding contributions "For a Better Penn State" in the past 12 months. Don't miss it. IFC Approves Rushing Code Changes; $727 Bradley Dance Profit Reported Muscle Men To Flex Biceps For Circus / h I t - r'v Shown above are Bob Hoffman's world championship weight lifting team from York scheduled to display their prowess in the All-College Circus Saturday night. * Council To Hold Election Of Officers On May f Approval of the Interfraternity Ball financial report and a revision of the rushing code to allow out of town chaperoned parties was proposed at last night's meeting of the Interfraternity Council held at the Sigma Pi fraternity. Fin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 April 1941

SHIRTS ARROW A_^_ROW JHANKIES AND SHORTS -2 ; i ARROW TIES ARROW SHIRTS _Ciiadcs Jfdloto &tm HEADQUARTERS FOR ADAM HATS ~ . f STATE COLLEGE i ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS ARROW SHIRTS MEN'S APPAREL 146 S. ALLEN St, Diagonally Across From Posi Office ARROW TIES ARROW UNDERWEAR CAMPUS CALENDAR TODAY PSCA Seminar, Hugh Beaver Room, 7 p.m. Prof. John H. Frizzell will speak. Meeting of sophomore cheerleading candidates in front ol Old Main at 7 p.m. Student Radio Committee, Room 318 Old Main, 7 p.m. Chemistry Student Council, Room 305 Old Main, 7 p.m. English usage test for Lower Division sophomores will be given in Rooms 121- and 10 Sparks building, and Rooms 105 and 3 White Hall, from 3 to 4 and 4 to 5 p.m. tomorrow. Student Handbook staff, Room 304 Old .Main, 7 p.m. Student counselor committee, Room 304 Old Main, Room E, 7 p. m. Coeds interested, in attending the Camp Counsellor's Conference to be held May J16-17 should meet in the WRA . ofnce ~ at 7 p.m. TOM...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 April 1941

MAKADA1EN0W _SHEIL ENJOY THE Penn State Circus SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS • Worlds Champion Weightlifler • 'Muscle Grind' by Clair Hess April 26 -8P.M Reserved Seats 50c Oeneral Admission 35c Sponsored by School of Physical Education Rec Hall DID YOU KNOW that Penn State is conducting one-fifth of all the defense courses now being given in the United States? Lion Diamondmen (Bain 3-0 Victory Over Susquehanna In Rain _Trackmen Leave for Pen?] Relays .Twenty of the 3000 track and field athletes to participate in the. Penn Relay Carnival this _weekend will be Werner-coached Lions "from the Nittany Mountains. ¦ '¦About half the squad will leave for Philadelphia today, and the rest will go tomorrow. . With Penn State's point winning chances- very slim according to . track mentor Chick Werner, the Lion's best hopes will be carried by the flying feet of Negro sprint star. Barney Ewell as he pounds.the.cinders in the special invitation 100-yard dash. Ewell, ' NCAA. .100 a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 April 1941

In Blue k_. Everything Newt But The Rhapsody PAUL WHITEMAN and • Marianne • Buddy Weed Mike Pingatore • Ann Sutherland • Murray McEachern Frank Howard HIS ALL-AMERICAN BAND at PROM JUNIOR Admission $3.85 Dancing 9 to 2 EEC HALL Eugene H. Lederer REAL EST ATE 114 E. Beaver-Ave. State College- - IDIAL 4 HE Honorary Will Pledge 18 Coeds! Eighteen home _economics sophomores will be pledged By Ellen H. . Richards Club," home economics junior ..honorary, in the southeast, lounge',"Athertqin Hall, at 5 o'clock today. ::' Pledges, who must have at least a 1.5 average and two activities, will' include M. _Jaqe Berkebile, Shirley L. Carpentej, Marjorie R. Chambers, Ranes A. Durkee, Nancy E. Gosser, Mildred Friedman, Audrey H. Hacfiman, Esther M. Hall, Ellen _$. Head, Clara E. House, Gloria KL Knepper, andrRuth E. Kocheri: Patricia MacKiriney, Dorothy L. Magor, Sarah E. Paxton, _Rutji M. Saylor, Margaret K. _SherfHSh and Ruth E. Stamm will also be pledged....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 April 1941

_Collegian Honor Roll Circus Prize Winners—Last Year . Pictured above are four members of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity whose amusing "Big Shot" mirror skit won last year's trophy in the All-College Circus. Rifzel 42 Wins Hetzel Suggests Method Speech Event To End Chapel Dispute William Ritzel42 de C. ' was - clared the winner over five other contestants last night in the finals of the annual All-College Extemporaneous Speech Contest, Ritzel was awarded the Pennsylvania State College Prize of $50 for his talk entitled "Let Freedom Ring," and David R. Benjamin '41, speaking on "Let's Not Strike Out," and Hazel E. Gassmann '43 talking on "Be Your Own Master," divided the Forensic Council second prize of $25. Dean J. Clyde '43, who spoke on "Are You a Vulture for Culture?", Hermon L. Otto '43 using "No Thanks, Europe!", and Donald R. Taylor '42, speaking on "Standing Room Only" were praised highly for their good work. The speeches, ten minutes in length, were judged by Fra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 April 1941

the Circus h unusual _* Mome% on —- _w w __ M_<miKits A Box of Graham's Candy Is An Ideal Gift f02 Mother. We Have A Large Assortment Moderately Priced. We Wrap For Mailing GRAHAM & SON THE DULY COLLEGIAN - "Toe A Better Psora State" _+3fitAlilir,lio-.I 1940. • _Suoiesiwr in the Penn State _Oille_^ian csbaUiahed 1904, _niui the _Fre_« I_*ince, established 1887 Published daily accept Sunday and Monday during thi _»vsr>i)ar College year by the students of The PennBylvan.it Jftato College. Entered on aecond-class matter July 5, 1934 P-1 the post-offtco af_; State Collate, Pa., under tbe act r>l March. B, 1879. Editor _^Mst_* Bus- an< _* Adv. Mgr. Adam _Smyner "4X «^^p»"> Lawrence Driever "« _JSditOLini _cirifj _Siiiiineui _OfCice Downtown Office 813 Old M.-W:i _Blda 119-121 South _Fraaier St, _Phoue ?U Nisht Phone 4S72 ' Women's Editor—V«i-;l. L. Eemn "41; Managing Editor —Robert H. Cane '41 , Sport; Editor—Richard C....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 April 1941

FROM m> TATE COLLEGE S FOR 3-MINUTE STATION-TO-STATION CALLS BY POPULAR DEMAND—OUR GREAT GOING OUT BUSINESS OF WILL CONTINUE UNTIL SATURDAY FINAL DRASTIC REDUCTIONS Regardless of Former Price $1 - $2 - $3 N ow - SHOES FOR MEN-WOMEN-CHILDREN AT THESE LOW PRICES—THEY ALL GO © Hug-• Saks Tites • Roblee • Crosby Square • Selby-Styl eez • Taylor- Made Boot Shop College STATE COLLEGE ALLEN STREET CHAMPION Milk _Stakes '"-" With _SSibped 10c 10c Cream Ice Cfaai&_rrSbdas mssrx:tssaxsL.'_j_^Xi With Vaiteped- Cream ice Cream Cones c_. illi Ice Cream Plates Cj CLIFF'S Dial 3819.-. - :: 145 S. Allen THE CORRECT THING FOR UNIVERSITY MEN THE UNIVERSITY GAB by LEE . -jg}/_£ MEN'S APPAREL 146 S. ALLEN ST Glenn And Ewell Favored To Place As 18 Lions Enter Penn Relay Games 2-Mile Squad Expected To Rate Among Best Johnny Glenn, sophomore high jumper, and sprint star Barnej...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 April 1941

u I BIGGER AND BETTER !! JUNIOR PROM RENDITION OF o » o The Joint's Jumpin " a FEATURING FRED WARING'S SINGERETTES . • • :• - _-"• DONNA DAE and PATSY GARRETT .-" ._S _Fpiifitey fflndl Saturday—May 2 mi 3 —Seteato -Audilorioin—Friday Night 518c mi _Saturday 15c Mo Reserved 5_fa_$_| * „; • SHMCE • CIEAILIIIIS ECONOMICAL ( PENN STATE LAUNDRY »):A.L 32G) 320 W. BEAVER t Afford To Misilt Yoi Can WHAT . a n : WHEN AND WHERE 8 p.m. April 26 in Rec Hall WHY . a Critics Hum Called It The World's Greatest Collegiate Show Balcony Reserved 50c ' Bleachers Unreserved 50c Tickets On Sale At Student Union Shows at G:_30. 8;3Q Matinee Saturday Only at 1:30 Unit No '// ® * Jmm _« HUMPHREY BOGART ' " SYLVIA SIDNEY EDDIE ALBERT Shows At 1:30-3:00-6:30-8:30 TODAY AM SAMMY 10 Sororities Release Competing Song lilies Ten sororities who will compete for trophy cup at the Panhellenic Sing in Schwab Auditorium at 7 p. m. Wednesday ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 April 1941

Daylight Saving Time Seen As Boon Third Annual College Circus To Open Before 5,000 In Rec Hall At 8 Tonight Her Royal Highness Of The Big Top _^f _^ , <- _^ *?> % ™ - - ,» !_M -» ' H .\i "* k_l*^* j*j_^v_* Helen B. Cramer,,- above, will preside at "Penn State on Parade," the third annual All-College Circus, in Rec Hall at 8 o'- clock tonight. The three-ring extravaganza with 300 performers is a two-hour show. iff » Ji"_* * &\ V_J \ * J*. 4 t* _t Helen Cramer Reigns As Queen; 'Penn State On Parade' Is Theme "Penn State on Parade," third annual All-College Circus, will open the flaps of its huge tent at 8 o'clock tonight in Recreation Hall • to entertain an overflowing crowd of 5,000. With Helen B. Cramer '41 reigning as queen of the Big Top, over 300 performers will take part in the- two-hour show, organized by Gene Wettstone and sponsored by the School of Physical Education and Athletics. The theme of this year's circus is patriotic, and the tit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 April 1941

; THE-_" FIRST NATIONAL BANK - V ¦' :_' ¦ of STATE COLLEGE Member at -_....-Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ; ,_| •:. _-_/ OOK Da Hundreds of Books On All Subjects At Reduced Prices. Select Books For Your Library arid Summer Reading Now. SALE ENDS APRIL 30 Km % CATHAUM _aaU» * - THEATRE €€l€r S BUILDING KEELER'S ANNUAL ANNIVERSARY Telephone Head Lectures Here Monday . .. Dr. J. Owen Perrine, above, assistant vice-president of the . Am_> erican.Telephone and Telegraph Company, will give a lecture-demonstration of the Voder, speech-creating. mechanical device, in Schwab Auditorium at 8:15 p. m. Monday. THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Stale" Established 1940. Successor to the Penn State Collegian established 1004, and the Free Lance, established 1887 Published daily except Sunday and Monday during thi regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 at the post-office at Sta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 April 1941

Success 0! Alumni Resls On Drive, - " Lakh Says «S_".a»»,_V+>_J,v\ ». ._vj . ¦ - J . . '„ r~ _, , "¦"" . ^^^_m^— — — , , j_»Pzi'^<. »*/_9_t,uJ-,_i._«..- "77'.. " * * , . ', Alumni Launch New Membership Drive ,,i'_i 'X " - ¦¦ ¦ ''¦ ' mmt1 Campaign With Students Hopes _f o Sign Up 2,000 Expansion Seen If Drive Scores As Expected On Special 5-Year Basis Kick-Off Dinner For All Workers fer lJ""_''_'*^ Women's Chairman &¦¦»*§_£. jet* _^SsXiTJ'_^_SBfflBp*^ •» . Elinor L. -Weaver '.41, above, is in charge of - the women's solicitation for the alumni drive beiginning next week_. At Lion Tomorrow Part of a campaign being carried to Penn State alumni everywhere, the Alumni Association's -first student membership campaign goes into a week's heavy action tomorrow night when 175 leaders meet for a kick-off dinner in the Nittany Lion Inn at 6 p.m. Its goal is 2,000 members. A thorough-going revitalization of the Association is being sought in the pres...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 April 1941

Penn State 9 The Beginning Of A Very Interesting Story Of Very Great Importance ¦K_&AS_$ s Alumni Association 50 Sign Up On New Life Memberships Offered By Associat All Alumni—The World Over *- ! ...If You're The Type To Read It What are the pictures on these pages? They are the Alumni Association of the College. What do you mean by that ? I see a football team, Old Main, an elephant in India, a boxer, and a commencement group. Do you mean to tell me that is an alumni association? That is exactly what I mean to tell you. An alumni association is not a desk in Old Main and a set of files. Alumni are people, aren't they? Would you suggest that they should mean nothing more than a desk and a set of files ? Not by a long shot, they don't. The files are merely the record of the people, the best way we humans knows how to keep track of all that they represent so that we can grasp it easily. No, when you join an alumni association, you don't join a file. You...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 April 1941

W^^^^&m_^: m _^ *^ udy It, You Soon May Join It Alumni Life Starts Here m Council And Board Are The - Elected, Representative Bodies Governing Penn State's Association -.-The Alumni Association is going to be very much in _£ss the student eye next week. What about it ? § It was created in 1870 to be of service to each alumnus ||| as an individual, to all alumni as a group, and to the college ig| it represents.... For more than 70 years it has continued to II1J do that duty. ' _, [ffi The governing body of the alumni association is the g|j| alumni council. This council is composed of men and women ljj|| elected by designated alumni districts, with one represen- If tative for the first 50 and one for each additional 100 |||| alumni in the district.t There are separate districts for || men and women, guaranteeing that both shall have their j ||| proportionate representation. fH Each alumni district has the privilege of making nominations for the council, keep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 April 1941

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 April 1941

isiiii AMERICA'S FAVORITE DANCE BAND .V itt _Smwmammm F^!* >_^,_' _^ mkm_^aW.? b._%4 ** PAUL WHITEMAN JUNIOR PROM •*** _Kv _-_> J* 4" V_£ _# <*m_> ** »* * i Hk Irt * * * " i _^ 4- Friday May 2 M "Everything New But The Rhapsody In Blue" REC HALL 'v- \ Admission $3 Dancing 9 to 2 *> #$$'s^» . -j TATE ON THIRD ANNUAL CIRCUS Adults 50c-Children 25c Rec Hall Tonight—8 p.m. Tickets On Sate-At Student Union and Rec Hall |§i_#rt Nine Meets Syracuse Today, l_^ackrnen Fail To Qualify At Relays IRichardson Or Tuleya ¦_W ill Pitch For Lions - - • - ¦¦ - ..• - _~ _s ;-: The Nittany baseballers" i - e--ceritly' launched win streak will "he threatened on Beaver Field at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon when a strong Syracuse nine takes on the Lions in their fifth game of the season. Syracuse started the . season with four wins out of five games played on a Southern trip, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 April 1941

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