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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 May 1941

The Legislature College Bills Tola! Baird To Assume All-College Office Tuesday At 4:15 • The third annual All-Colleg€ inaugural will officially place newly-elected class politicians into office at 4:15 p. m. Tuesday. Ceremonies, will be held at the Main Gate. Robert D. Baird '42, All-College president-elect, will be the third person to hold the All-College presidency, having been preceded by H. Clifton McWilliams '39 and Arnold C. Laich '40. Baird will be administered the oath of office by W. Lewis Certain '41, retiring Student Tribunal head in the 30-minute program in which the three class presidents will officially take office. All-College president will then make an acceptance speech. President Ralph D. Hetzel will deliver a short address in commemorating the installation of the student leaders. The new senior class president, H. Leonard Krouse '42, will also deliver a short speech as he succeeds William B. Bartholomew '41. Jerome H. Blakeslee '43 will take his new post...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 May 1941

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE .0AILY _COLLEGE "For A Better _Penir State" li-itabli.-hs-i VJiO. Successor to the Penn State Culle_^ian_, _established l'M_)i. and the Five Lance, establish*.] 188". _Publiahci <lxily except Sunday and Monday _during ike i-e._^ular _College year by the student_? of The _Pennsylvania KfcUe Collet-. Kntered as second-class matter July 5, l_?:Ji «!¦ • the Post-office at State _College. Pa., under th? act o£ March 8. 1879_. - Editor _^ssb»s_= Bus- _and Adv * Marr> W.oss Lehman '42 <_rf_^_$_j^> James McCaughey '42 _ISditoria; an i BuL-i:_nw Office Duwntown Offi<.-« SIS Old 'j...--i V.i.is. - 119-121 South _Fraaier St. IJ ii;>i-e 7Li _Niytit _Phoiie 4372 J'/omcr._'- Eiuor— Jeanne C. Stiles "42; _Managing Editor—Jobn A. t_!-ier "•»•*: Spurts Editor—A. Pat _Nacellieri; '42; )- cature alitor—William J. McKnit'ht '42: News Editor—lilanle> J. _PoKem...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 May 1941

DIAL 842 Ask For The Hospitality Pack 25c Delivered Monaayrci Room 11r High g $ gni_, may * School Building Class Instruction Including 1. PRELIMINARY READING 2. STENOTYPE THEORY AND APPLICATION 3. OPERATION OF THE STENOTYPE MACHINE 4. PRELIMINARY DICTATION All text material and a stenotype machine will be loaned free of cost during class room work to persons attending this class. All Secretaries and Stenographers Are Cordially Invited To Attend THE STENOTYPE COMPANY CE For COLD DRINKS Packaged In A Leak Proof Container Especially For You) Party SECRETARIES ATTENTION I Stenotype Opporusiify Class (Without Cost or Obligation) Held In Connection With First Meeting Of Lion Nine Seeks 4th Win Against Terrors At 2:30 By NICK VOZZY Coach Joe Bedenk's baseballers meet the Green Terrors from Western Maryland on Beaver Field at 2:30 o'clock this-afternoon in an effort to pull their victory average for the year up to the .500 mark. The Lions pulled out of -thei...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 May 1941

PEOPLE _MHp9_ft _s_# UK* KILD •*> Lew Ayres • Lionel Barrymore • Laraine Day Lucien leiong Hudnuf Dorothy Gray Whitman's Candies Carnation Packages Bourjois Yardley Sampler $1. Fairhill $1 50 and $3 and $2 Ifes_^rr_^r_^ _# ;_Sii!_s5_^ i ?*&*> _%* "• all creams, fruit and Penn Wynn, Manhattan, nut and miniature assortments in one and two pound boxes. Delivered or Wrapped to Assure Safe Delivery by Mail. Rea & Derick Inc Remember—She likes nice things too. Choos creation of the lead her gift from the newest ing toiletrie makers_. Elmo Leniheric LAST TIMES TODAY ¦ *-f*^'-:- :_'::¦«:? ISffiftk HL° °12_MBla_^Hr_^3_&i M-C-M Continuous Showingg:_"" ures At 1:43, 4:07, 6:31, 8:55 <he Robin Hood_^Hhe _^ Rio _CrflitdeF :_^_Tw - ©5_*P m_^f mzz is!# -wlrti CESAR ROMERO | _\ .(a_«.»h«ii5coKW") E§ _S_, _MarjfcffgtE Hughes I ChrTs-Kh-Martin PLUS Final Chapier~~.. E GREEN HORNET- ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 May 1941

Deferment Blanks Application blanks for deferment of fees for the first semester of the 1941-'42 year are now available in the Bursar's office, it was announced yesterday by Russell E. Clark, bursar. Regulations governing the deferment are stated on a sheet adjoining the application. The final date for filing applications in the Bursar's office for the first semester fee deferment has been set as August 20. Deferments for the first semester will be due and payable October 15 and November 15. The portion of the fees not deferred is payable at the time of regular fee payment. Inaugural To Begin At 4:15; 9 Nominated For A A Posts Elections Monday; Students To Vote On 2 Amendments Five students were nominated for the presidency of the Athletic Association yesterday and four for the secretaryship, Jack W. Brand '41, retiring head of the association, announced last night. Robert P. Brooks '42, Max S. Peters '42, .Albert A. Price '42, James W. Ritter '42, and Elmer F. Webb '42 will...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 May 1941

Lucien Lelon'g Hudnut Dorothy Gray Whitman's Candies Carnation Packages Sampler $1.50 and $3 Fairhill $1 and $2 . Coty _kniirsAsc UUUI jWU Yardley _K_* •Out* r_?rc _>ftf._»g_^_jFTfe Penn Wynn, Manhattan, all creams, fruit and nut and miniature assortments in one and two pound boxes. Delivered or Wrapped to Assure Safe Delivery by-Mail. Rea & Derick Inc Allen Street Next.To Bank Clock i SEER ! SUCKER SPORT i COATS. 3 Button . Front, _Center Vent Easy Fitting $785 u _iS MM iiS jafefc- _Slafcfr H.r--« l*«.M«»-.v.e-» " r»_wl_. Remember—She likes nice things too. Choose creation of the. lead her gift from the newest ing toiletrie makers. . WHEN YOU GO TO COLLEGE THIS FALL Take advantage the "College Special" ROUND TRiP oi msa REDUCED FARES These special school and college rail tickets, with their liberal extended-return limits, are immensely popular with students and teachers. When you are ready to go to school this ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 May 1941

_CCAPC HEADQUARTERS FOR JLftKJ SPORTING GOODS m GOLF CLUBS : . . .$1.98 up GOLF BALLS ... .21c—35c—59c GOLF BAGS $1.98 up BADMINTON SETS $2.19 TENNIS BALLS 1 3 for 69c—3 for $1.10 ^^^ [j fJP^^^^^E 230 W. COLLEGE AVE DO YOU HOLD A LUCKY TICKET! Waich Heeler's Window And Win A Free Ticket To The Merchant of Yonlcers May 9 and 10 Tickets 50c and 75c YES, SUNDAY IS MOTHER S DAY YOUR PHOTOGRAPH WILL GLADDEN HER DA Y I The T)ENN QTATE IHOTO OH OP E. COLLEGE AVE DID YOU KNOW That Your $1 Goes Further In Buying Clippercraft Clothes Botany Ties-Florsheim Shoes At FROMMS OPP. OLD MAIN CAMPUS CALENDAR TODAY Junior and freshman' women editorial staffs Will meet in Room 318 Old Main at 4 p. m. Portfolio staff, Room 416 Old Main, 7 p. m. Cap and Gown orders may be obtained until Saturday noon. Alpha Phi Omega, national Boy Scout fraternity, nomination meeting, Room 318 Old Main, 7:30 p. m. Informal History Club, Room 312 Sparks Building, 7 p. m. Sound movi...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 May 1941

May 9 and 10 A NEW HIT BY THORTON WILDER May 9 and 10 THE MERCHANT OF YONKERS Schwab Aud rickets 50c ana, 75c Presented by—THE PENN STATE PLAYERS • Hosiery • Pocket Books • Costume Jewelry a Underweai SMART SHOP RADIO THIS WEEK Fred Waring, Mon.-Fri. 7:00 P. M.—NBC Glenn Miller, Tues., Wed Thurs.—10:00 P.M.—CBS Professor Quiz. Tues. 9:30 P.M.—CBS 6 Sororities Compete In Discussion Contest We, The Women Charm 634 Not Essential Here Boiled down, the conclusion reads, if you want a husband and want him quick, steer clear of college—at least, one that doesn't offer Charm 634! Marriage possibilities decrease 50%, according to recent statistics, when a woman gets her college degree. Charm has been suggested to offset this terrific handicap. Perhaps that is why so many women's colleges incorporate charm courses in their curricula. That leaves co-educational institutions behind the eight-ball and the daily information coeds get about accepting male temperament equall...

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

Baird, Doherty Installed In All-College Posts Despite Draft Threat collegIwilT start lodging house inspection, ratin g soon Managers, Graft Bill In House To Give College $321,000 Ag Work HARRISBURG, May 6.—Rep. Clayton Moul (D., York) introduced-a bill into the House today which would appropriate $321,-000 to the Agriculture School of the Pennsylvania State College for "research and . experiment." Representative Moul gave vague, . indefinite answers when questioned about the purpose of the bill, saying that it would be "just for general agriculture work." He was also the sponsor of a resolution to investigate the College _agricultural extension and the Soil Conservation Board on charges they have not cooperated with the federal government in soil erosion work. All appropriations to the College are being held up until completion of the investigation. The House committee which is conducting the investigation has not yet finished its hearings. At its most recent session, held a...

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

KEELER'S CATHAUM THEATRE BLDG For The Largest Collection of GREETING CARDS • _#*—^ t _Ttt I Mother's Day is Sunday, May 11 Send your Mother a card that seems to be written especially for her, the kind that _wjould come from you. It's not hard to find at KEELER'S. There are many, many cards—easy for you to choose yours. Do it today! All prices. CAMPUS CALENDAR iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiifriiiii _iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii TODAY Lt. Robert T. Raby of the . U.S. Marine Corps! will - be- in th« Armory today" to 'interview aspirants for commissions in the Marine" Corps. ' ¦ < C. A. Cabinet Women meet with Board Members, Room 304 Old Main, 4 p; m. PSCA ' Cabinet, Room 304 Old Main, 8:15 p.m.-Faculty of the School of Liberal Arts, 121 Sparks, 4:10 p.m. Freshman baseball,' Mercersburg, 4 p.m. • • Old and new Forensic, Council meet in 412 Old- _' Ma'in, 4 p.m. Tickets for Players' show on sale at Student Unjon. Prices are 75 cents and 50 cents. - Orders...

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

PUBLIC SALE DilRI Bl \ AI F r U £?&•&!• JMLL THE MERCHANT OF _YONECERS THE MEDf*UJlMT HlfcnWIAH 5 Qp _VniiVCDC TUnRfcKo will offer for sale various and sundry gags, laughs, situations, comedy, farce and other articles, too numerous to mention, on MAY 9 and 10 SCHWAB AUD. PENN STATE PLAYERS ... ,. , , W,_M oiler for sale various and sundry gags, laughs, situations, comedy, farce and other articles, too numerous to mention, on M MAY 9 and 10 SCHWAB AUD. PENN STATE PLAYERS Baseball And Tennis Squads Face Navy, Penn On Road iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu Richardson To Twir! Against Midshipmen Penn State's varsity baseball team .plays Navy at Annapolis this afternoon in the first of three games on a road trip that throws the Lions against three of the strongest teams in the east. Jim Richardson, lanky southpaw, will pitch for the Nittany nine in its effort to raise the .500 winning percentage recorded in the eight games pl...

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

May 9 and 10 A NEW HIT BY THORTON WILDER May 9 and 10 THE MERCHANT OF YONKERS Schivab And Tickets. 50c and 7S& Presented by—THE PENN STATE PLAYERS DinFt Wanted and iviiSLj offered R.W. Pittsburgh. L—Fri. afternoon, C—Al, 2494. . P.W. to Mt Pleasant or vicinity. L—Fri. 4:30, return Sunday, Call Fred 3418. P.W. Pittsburgh. L—Fri. noon. C—Harold, 4125. 2t P.W. Washington, D.C. L—Fri. C—Yocum, 3218. Ret. Sun. p.m. GRADUATING SENIORS Genuine Engraved Visiting Card $1,95 per tadrei Includes Plate Which To Chow 19 Type Styles From NTTANY MINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. _Pfaooa 4SBB 119 S. _Ftaslet 'MEN.. MACHINES.. AND A MAID! A punch-packed drama Ik* about a boy and girl _^_w »?figliting _fot life . _y_$m _^ .. . i _SH 8 Semi-finalists _llaiiel In Contest Eight semi-final winners ir Delta Alpha Delta's open forum contest were announced lasl night by Lois E. Notovitz "42 chairman. Winners and sororities represented are Alpha Chi Omega f-Jy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 May 1941

Warnock Lauds Junior Group To Honor Unify Of IMA 20 Outstanding Seniors the Commending Independent Men's Association for its work this year and expressing confidence that still further unification of non-fraternity .men will be realized- next year, Arthur R. Warnock, dean of men, addressed Central Council at the third annual IMA installation banquet in the Corner Room last night. "The IMA is fulfilling an urgent need,". Dean Warnock stated. "Unit activity, comparable to that of fraternities, gives independent men valuable training for problems to be faced in later life." Elden T. Shaut '42 was installed to succeed W. Rae Herrmann '41 as president of Central Council. Other new officers inducted last night were Robert F. Jones '42, vice-president; Richard S. Kurtz '43, secretary; and John F. Zalinski '43, treasurer. Retiring officers in addition to Herrmann are Henry J. Eavis '42, vice-president, and John M. Byerly '41, secretary- Shaut served as secretary during the past year. Th...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 May 1941

ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS ARROW SHIRTS _^J._OJltitesr _t 'Wr^> — MEN'S APPAREL Diagonally Across From Post Office ARROW TIES ARROW UNDERWEAR ARROW SHIRTS ARROW TIES ARROW HANKIES ARROW SHIRTS AND SHORTS _Ctjatles _Jfelloto _S>_lyop HEADQUARTERS FOR ADAM. HATS STATE COLLEGE . CAMPUS CALENDAR TODAY Student Radio Committee, Room 405 Old Main, 9 p. m. PSCA Seminar, Room 304 Old Main, 7 p. m. - Theta Sigma Phi, Room 318 Old Main, 5 p. m. Outing Club, Room 2 White Hall, 6:30 p. m. Pre-Med Society movies on "Obstetrics," 107 Main Engineering, 7:30 p. m. Infantry parade, golf course, 4 p. m. Student-Faculty Relations committee, Room 304 Old Main, 8:15 p. m. Student Handbook editorial staff meeting, Old Main, 7:15.p.m. It is important that all members attend. Meeting of women's debate squad, Room 103 Home Ec, 5 p. m. Home Economics demonstration, 11:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m., Home Ec. Aud. TOMORROW ' Varsity Golf Match with Georgetown, College golf course, 2 p. m....

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 May 1941

CUT FLOWERS FLORIST CORSAGES WOLFE. She'll Appreciate Flowers GLENNLAND BLDG. DIAL 2217 enc or a The Inc 1 pposite Main Gate Phone 2158 State College Tennis Equipment Bancroft, Spauldihg, Wilson, and Dunlap TENNIS RACQUETS $4 fo $16 3 for $1.20 _$ Mm MM * Wilson, Dunlap, and Wright & Ditson _^ _^ TENNIS BALLS W_&n_* _ffe_% NIMBLE TENNIS BALIS - ea. 25c & Complete Line of COVERS-PRESSES and other equipment Official Softball Equipment Si BALL 25 BAT 75c GOLF CLUBS WOODS and IRONS from - $2 fo $10 GOLF BAGS - - - $1.50 fo $25 LEATHER or CANVAS GOLF BALLS from 3 for $1 fo 75c ea And All Other Golf Accessories HERE _AVE SOME REAL BUYS i95 95 95 95 IRONS WOODS IRONS WOODS S3 $4 $2 S3 Bob by Jones Also Women's Equipment Ky Laffoon O or i en WE HAVE IT! Lion Netmen Lose To Penn, 9-0 By DON DAVIS Special lo the Collegian PHILADELPHIA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 May 1941

(_fj* A NEW HIT BY THORTON WILDER MayjEmtfM '" " ~7_T? _Scltwli_^Sual mag. § and 10 OF YONKERS THE MERCHANT Tickets SSt mind 75c THE PENN STATE PLAYERS Presented by .pound boxes Belivered or Wrapped to Assure Safe Delivery by Mail. & Der ick Inc Rea Alien Street Next To Bank Clock too. Choose Remember-—She likes nice things newest creation of the lead her gift from the to lie-trie makers 1112 Lenfherk, Lucien Leloing Hudnuf Dorothy Gray Whitman's Candies Carnation Packages Elmo Cofy Boniiirjoi Yardlei s • amcgior • Sampler $1 50 and $3 _^ Fairhill $1 and $2 .TfT'viS'.lfcSS^* Manhattan, all creams, fruit and _afyre assortments in one and two Penn Wynn, 4 II • mini (M_^4 _fi_^p _^L LASSHF1ED _SECTii TYPEWRITERS—All makes ex-$>ertly. repaired. Portable and office _machines for sale or rent. )"»ial 2342. Harry F. Mann, 127 W Beaver avenue. lyr-Cr.-ch WANTED—Graduate student in Engl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 May 1941

Strike Truce Relieves Bus Tie-Up A! Noon Special io the Collegian . Greyhound bus employes are back at their jobs today following a truce called last night between the autobus company and the AFL-Amalgamated Association of Street Electric Railway and Motor Coach Employes Union. Union officials agreed to call upon the Secretary of Labor to act as arbitrator in an attempt to definitely decide the strike controversy. The strike which began Sunday at 5 a. m. with stoppage of service over a 10-state area will end for State College with the arrival of the 12:31 p. m. (EST) Harrisburg bus traveling west. The Pittsburgh bus traveling east will arrive at 12:44 p. m. (EST) . The regular schedule will be in force over the week-end with auto-bus transportation available for Mother's Day activities. Demands for a driver's increase of one-half cent a mile, a closed shop, and a 40-hour week for terminal employes precipitated the strike. Hetzel Fund Loans Totali $689 Balance Still Available...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 May 1941

HI f rom the Choices! Shop in State College call MAREMOR Don't Forget MOTHER She Will Enjoy Eating At The CORNER UNUSUAL CAMPUS CALENDAR TODAY .V a r s i t y golf match with Georgetown, College course, 2 p.m. P. H. Chase will lecture to engineering seniors in Electrical Engineering Building at 4:10 p.m. Topic: "Engineering in the Public Utilities." — Players present, "The Merchant of Yonkers," Schwab Auditorium, 8:30 p.m. May Day practice, front campus at 1 o'clock. In case of rain report at 9 a.m. Saturday. PSCA Board and Cabinet supper meeting at CA Lodge, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. TOMORROW Players' "Merchant of Yonkers," Schwab Auditorium, 8:30 p.m. All newly-elected Cwens and newly-initiated Blue Key men report to Old Main at 3:30 p.m. with jackets and hats to usher at the May Day ceremonies. the _m\u mumm I "Far A _Betisr Penn State" _Establish*! (.9 40. _Successor to tlw Ponn State _Colleuian_, establish'.'.! 1904. and the Free _Lanee. _published 1SS7. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 May 1941

THE CORRECT THING FOR UNIVERSITY MEN THE UNIVERSITY GAB by LEE _^ JdMittS j^>— _=_* : 14S S. ALLEN ST. MEN'S APPAREL 146 S. ALLEN ST Soose To Meet Overiin In Title Bout Tonight Former Penn State Boxer Given 3-1 Odds To Capture World's Middleweight Crown By PAT NAGELBERG -Relegated into the has-been class by sports writers just a year ago, Penn State's Billy Soose will climb into the ring at Madison Square Garden at ten o'clock tonight to battle Ken Overiin for the world's middleweight championship. The title bout i& scheduled for fifteen rounds and the betting in New York City favors the former intercollegiate titleholder by 3 to 1. A capacity crowd of 16,000 is expected to jam the hall built by Tex Rickard and brought back to its place of prominence by Mike Jacobs. Gets Title Shot Billy Soose, former Penn State ring star, will get a shot at the middleweight crown tonight when he meets Ken Overiin at Madison Square Garden, New York City, at 10 o'clock....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 May 1941

Tonighfs The Night 8:30 A NEW HIT BY THORTON WILDER Tonighfs The Night 8:30 THE MERCHANT OF YONKERS Schwab Aud Tickets SOc and 75c Presented by—THE PENN ST ATE.PLAYERS ATTENTION 44!! Men and Women Candidates for Business and Editorial Staffs off the Daily Collegian— ANNUAL SMOKER The Time-Tues., May 13,1 p.m The Place—Delta Chi Dancing—Refreshments and Short Speeches CONCERT OF CLASS1CALMUSIC Friday, MairK 8:30 PM: " _Tschaikovsky " " ' "' ~~' Francesca da Rimini Ravel _/ "J. Valses Nobles et Seniimentales Mozart ' . ' ... " ... "" . ' . ._'.!¦ Don Giovanni :-2 Arias May Day Plans M For Weekend . Rehearsal' scheduled for fronl _fvmipus at 1 p.m. today will complete plans for the crowning oi May Queen Josephine E. Condvin '41 amid gala ceremonies at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow. Participating in the queen's procession will be 6 senior honor women, present and newly-tappc(l Mortar Board members, senior women in the hemlock chain, ?. heralds, 2 jesters, 2 flower...

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