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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 May 1941

lay Day Jo Condrin '41 To Be Crowned At 4:30 p.m. With 265 coeds participating in ceremonies, Josephine E. Condrin '41 will be crowned May Queen before an expected crowd of 3,-000 mothers on front campus at 4:30 this afternoon. In case of rain exercises will • be held in Recreation Hall. Weekend activities began this morning at 5:30 when Mortar Board, senior women's honorary, tapped 15 juniors, 3 more than last year. Cwens. sophomore honorary, tapped 20 freshman, compared to 18 last year, at breakfast at 7:15 in McAllister Hall when new Mortar Boards were announced. Miss Condrin will walk through the honor arch formed by present Mortar Boards and senior honor women Jeanne M. Chew, Jean C. Craighead, Arita L. Hefferan, Grace M. Hendershot, Leslie A. Lewis, and Norma P. Stillwell. She will be . crowned by Jean Babcock '42, WSGA president; presented the WKA world by Betty L. Zeigler '42, WRA president; and the sceptre by Sarah P. Searle '42, PSCA co-president. Patricia MacKinney ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 May 1941

5 _Ji_^Mt _^ | \ _« 111 _ss '&tM?S Welcome MOTHERS To Penn State on this gayest and most festive Occasion From The "HOME OF QUALITY MEATS" DIAL 791 115 S. FRAZIER ST Nittany Lion Inn IT Dinner FOR MOTHER The Best Is None Too Good Bring Her THE PENN STATE PLAYERS Take, This Opportunity To Welcome the Mothers of PENN STATE To The College and Invite Them To The Players Production "THE MERCHANT OF YORKERS" Come Early We_'re Sure You'll Enjoy the Show TONIGHT 8:30 SCHWAB AUD. - Tickets 50c and 75c CAMPUS CALENDAR TODAY Seymour Preston, advertising counsel for the American Hotel Association, will speak irl Home Economics Auditorium, 9 a.m. Mother's Day teas in all Girl's Dormitories, 2:30-3:00 p.m. MONDAY The meeting of the joint Cabinet-Penn State in China Committee has been postponed until 4 p.m. Dr. Stuart Mudd, professor of bacteriology at the University of Pennsylvania, will give an illustrated lecture on the electron microscope in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 May 1941

Shop Al Fremiti's 9 Nittany News Paterson Hosiery Shop Cliff's ~„r, _«, _^ „»T_« 1 Sunday Papers, I DRESSES & ACCESSORIES j Ice Cream—Delicious Meals OPP. OLD MAIN Magazines, Smokers Supplies j 136 E. COLLEGE AVE. j CHAMPION MILK SHAKES . . , _ -, {fnrrfl MAfAr frt WELCOME MOTHERS "Watch Them Being Made" Moore s Dress Shop pl 3Y m 0" th & _desL Eugene H: Lederer H. & W. Bo-Nut Shop 124 E. COLLEGE SALES REAL ESTATE 117 S. PUGH ST. Dft, „„i n . I, M Ho c me- L Jack Harper compliments of Rea and _Denck New Fenway Tearoom Hatter iii __ _haberdasher Th0 nasi« rA_«.; 7AfLA oB R ERDASHER The Daily Collegian AIR CONDITIONED 210 W. COLLEGE The student body and the above local merchants take this opportunity to again welcome all the Mothers who have come We hope you will be able to witness some of the events planned for this us celebrate Mother's Day to Penn State to help week-end, which have become a tradition at Penn State. The annual May...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 May 1941

Tonight's The Night WILDER A NEW HIT BY THORTON Tonights The Night 30 THE MERCHANT OF YONKERS :S0 Schwab Aud Tickets 50c and 75 Presented by THE PENN STATE PLAYERS c on our premises, Saturday May 17th at 2 P. M. GRACE STAMP CO. 95 Nassau St. New York, N At Metzgefs Shop STAMP COLLECTORS Send for our FREE catalogue listing over 850 choice UNIT Welcome !o Penn State MOTHERS One Your Visit Here Be A Happy May In Town And On Campus Expression A Common a You Can Get It At Metzgers" THE : - FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE _Member of Insurance Corporation ¦ederm Deposit THE SKY'S THE LIMIT! _s RICHARD ARLEN JEAN PARKER Shows At 1:303:006:308:30 O V Cops Middleweight Title erlin / 14,000 See Nittanyman Outfight Champ In 15th Special lo the Collegian NEW YORK, N. Y., May 9—Billy Soose, the Penn State lad who left college to seek fame in the ring, accomplished tonight what no other co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 May 1941

Brooks, Ritter In AA Run-Offs Today Gross, Hoffman Vie For Secretaryship Lion Shrine Model Gets Trustees' OK Two Classes Make Fund Appropriations Six major actions clearing standing campus problems and routine business -matters were taken by the College Board of Trustees over the weekend. 1. The College will provide a plot of ground and $1,000 of the estimated $2, 500 cost of the Penn State Riding Club's proposed stable and paddock. /See story below). N _- 2. A model for the proposed Lion Shrine submitted by Heinz Warneke, noted sculptor, was approved by the committee on architecture. Actual carving of the 1940 class gift will begin at the Water Tower site next fall. 3. The executive committee approved two class memorial gifts. Balance of the 1932 fund devoted to murals will assist m securing more books for the College library. Memorial fund of the class of 1922 will establish a new scholarship fund. 4. Eight College employees and faculty members will be retired in July an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 May 1941

GRADUATING SENIORS Genuine Engraved Visiting Cards $1.95 per hundred Includes Plate Which To Choose 19 Type Styles From NITTANY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING (0 Phone 4868 119 S. Fraziex ts The CORNER UNUSUAL CAMPUS CALENDAR TODAY -;_a;u.r.r Portfolio meeting, 7:30'pin '.-"--Collegian staff smoker ,. Delta Chi, 7:30 p.m. Freshmen candidates, junior and senior, boards invited. Meeting of Freshman Council) Freshman Forum, and Seminar in Hugh Beaver Room, 7 p;rn,, to elect officers for next year. " : Future Teachers of America, Room 121 Sparks, 7 p.m. Druids .initiation, Phi Delta Theta, 6:30 p.m. Important meeting of all coeds who plan to attend "the Camp Counsellor's Conference at the WRA Cabin this weekend at 5 p. m. in the northwest lounge of Atherton Hall. "Penn State on the Air," sponsored by Student Radio Committee, Schwab Auditorium, 7:30 p. m.~ Admission free. ' Collegian meeting for freshman women in Room 318, Old Main, 5 p.m. Social meeting of Circulo Esp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 May 1941

short speeches To Look Immaculate Send Your Clothes To The PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. BEAVER AVE. DIAL 3261 WANTED Alive only, every male and female freshman interested in the Daily Collegian, Annua! Smoker at Delta Chi, tonight at 7:30 Don't Forge! and Don't Forget To Vote M RITTER for AA PRESIDENT Old Main 9 to 5 Today DID YOU KNOW That Your $1 Goes Further In Buying Palm Beach Ties Jarman Shoes Society Brand Clothes At FROMM'S OPP. OLD MAIN Sfickmejn Beat Golfers Bow To Tigers Quakers, 15-4, In Create Three-Way Tie Last Home Game Having drubbed Penn, 15-4, Saturday ons New Beaver Field for its second victory of the season, Penftc State's revitalized lacrosse team hits the road this weekend on a two-meet trip on which they face Cornell, Friday and Hobart on Saturday. ' The Quaker contest was a field day for the. rampaging Lion stickmen, who piled up five scores in the first period and six more in the second quarter to hold ' a half-ti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 May 1941

ytime Needs Practical Pla ?i»_iSfl_3 / For those spring picnics at Whipple's Dam, our slack suits or play suits are the thing.. Reasonably i *. «'"( "¦• -_^ ¦ =_*f ?_A ". SMART SHOP 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 Mortar Board_, Cwehs Set Initiation Dates _llonoraries Tap 14 Juniors, 20 Freshmen Fourteen junior women will bo initiated by Mortar Board, _senior women's honorary, in the 3) ugh Beaver Room, Old Main, .)<. 12:30 p. m. Saturday, followed by luncheon in the Banquet J loom of the Hotel State College. C'wens, sophomore women's honorary, will initiate 20 freshman at the Alpha Zeta house at 5:30 )>. m. Sunday. Mortar Boards, tapped Saturday, are Jean Babcock, Anne M. _Jiorton, Jean C. Clark, R. Helen Gordon, Janet M. Hartz, Elizabeth Kinsloe, Betty M. Martin, Alice M. Murray, Margaret R. _Jtoberts_, Sarah P. Searle, Marion 30, Sperling, Jeanne C. Stil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 May 1941

Harriett M. Harry To Leave College Ritter, Gross Elected To AA Offices Spurt In Run-Off Voting New Cabinet Will Start Petition Ms Erases Early Margins; Bus Stop Action Action To Offset Threat Of Presidential Vacancy Brooks, Hoffman Edged Blue Band To Go To Pit!, Temple Football Games Taking swift action shortly after it was installed last night, new All-College Cabinet accepted a motion to have a committee investigate and report next week concerning the best procedure that may be followed in selecting a student government head if both the president and the vice-president are called in the draft. The committee, appointed by Vice-president Gerald F. Doherty '42 in the absence of President Robert D. Baird '42, is composed of Baird, A. John Currier '42, H. Leonard Krouse '42, Ross B. Lehman '42, "William O. Meyers '42 and Richard N. Stevenson '42. Cabinet Unanimously accepted1 a motion made by James W. Ritter '42 to have the Blue Band attend the Pitt and Temple footb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 May 1941

Fl£ DAILY COLLEGIUM I "Foe A Better Penn State" K.UblwIi*! 194(1. Sa.;:_es««r to _ttw Perm _Suic; Golicviaa, establish!*.! 1U04. and the Free Lan_«. established L8S7. Published daily except Sunday and Monday durinit _ikn «<1:ular C'>llei:o year by the students of The _Pennsylvania Sl.ata Collese. -Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 •»( the Post-nttuiB at State- _College. Pa., under the act at M.irth 8. _187<) Editor _^_jrasft. Bus' _and Adv. Mgr. floss L'jlmtnaa "« <D^^» James McCaughey '42 *'kt• i/>ri:il ami Dusinj_^s 0££i..-e Downtown Office 61-3" On) Main BIiLj. U9-121 South Frazier St ^^^^^ _PIioto 71L Niitht Phone 4372 Wotne.Vi! _Edir/ir—Jeanne C. Stiles "42; Managinx Editor—Jolm A- Baer "42: Sports Editor—A. Pat _Nagelberir '42-fjmitqre EM.tor—William J. McKnight '42; NeWs Editor—Wanley I. _PoKempner '42: Women's Feature Editor—Alice M. Murray '42; Women's Sports Editor—R. Helen Cordon '42 Credit Manager—Paul M. Goldberg: '42; Ci...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 May 1941

PENN STATE RINGS Foi MEN AND GIRLS & £ % CM H for the Butit.es: Available ut slight rNtra cost on some _fiiiicU Special models . standard on all other Scries. "kdeUveredaiF!:nt,Alich. State tax, opt ' _wia! equipment and accessaries — extra. Prices and specifications subject to change without notice. EXEMPLAR OF QENERAL MOTORS VALUE [BIW***-_^ ISM** _3SZSXS**" i:i W Id M <_£,' _* THERE'S a rule for your ¦ ° Ssen 9_eTseda!!!^! guidance you may not find ' in the copybooks — but that doesn't springing that _3_»- si VVH>1 e is forever cushiony yet subtract one whit from its truth. Because when you buy a new car this spring you want one that will see you through many a summer. • So while you're trading it's good sense to trade up — up to something solidly good through and through. Trade up, for instance, to the Fireball power of Buick's more efficient valvein-head straight-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 May 1941

Column Fraternities !. .. HAVE YOU TREED NEW mm bros BREADS and SWEET ROLLS Call BEAVER BROS Phone LawistowB 791 Lei Us Solve Your MILK PROBLEM With Puts. Wholesome Mills: J. & _1EYER MILK R. D. 1 Phone 4220 Get Results!!! USE THE---__ i Collegian Home Management No Will Hold 'Open House The Catherine E. Beechei Home Management House No. 3; better known as the '.'Old Engilish Comp" building, will be opei to students, faculty members, and townspeople from 2:30 to p p.m. and from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday. ¦ '» : Remodele'd hy the grounds and building department, the new practice house was decorated by home furnishing classes, _assisted by Miss Amy G. Gardner, asso_^ ciate professor of . home econom _^ ics, and Miss Ruth L. Bonde, asssistant professor of home eco_' r nomics. Modern blond wood f\xcniture has been used throughout the house. Electrical equipment supplements laboratory provisions for household classes. '_' Named for Catherine E. Beecher, one of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 May 1941

Court Account Shows Charles Schwab Artists' Course Sells 208 Seats For New Series Sale of 208 Artists' Course tickets for next year marked the first day of the first May sale in the history of the series as purchases amounted to $1,000 yesterday. With twenty faculty members in line by 8 a.m., sales for the day amounted to 84 transactions. Of the total number of tickets sold, 121 were purchased at $5.50, 44 at $4.50, and 43 at $3.50. Student tickets are on sale today following yesterday's sale to faculty members and townspeople. Half of Schwab Auditorium has been reserved for the student sale. Seats may be purchased at the Athletic Association windows in the first floor lobby of Old Main. Prices fall into the same three ranges used for this year's series. Tickets- may be purchased at the same hours as yesterday, from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1:30 to 5 p.m. The quota that may be purchased by one person has been raised from three to four, in order to accommodate two couples w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 May 1941

ARROW SHIRTS - : ,_Aj ARROW TIES ARROW HANKIES ARROW SHIRTS AND SHORTS Ctjaries Jfelfoto _^op HEADQUARTERS FOR ADAM HATS STATE COLLEGE ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS ARROW SHIRTS _^Jdm_^f w^**> —* MEN'S APPAREL Diagonally Across From Post Office ARROW TIES _ARRQW UNDERWEAB CAMPUS CALENDAR Twins Get World Trip TODAY Student Handbook editoria: staff meeting, Room 418, 7:IE p.m. ; » Grange ' meeting, 405 Old Main. 7 p. m. Senior hot dog picnic committee, Room 305 Old Main, 9. p. m. ROTC Infantry parade, Goll Course, 4:10 p. m. American Society For Metals will hold election of officers at Kappa Sigma fraternity, 8 p. m. TOMORROW Senior engineering lecture. Room 110 E. E., 4:10 p. m. Harry F. Burkholder, Brentwood-Dormont borough manager, will speak concerning "The Engineer in Municipal Affairs." Varsity baseball with Muhlenberg, New Beaver Field, 4 p. m. Varsity tennis with Franklin and Marshall, New Beaver Field courts, 4 p. m. Bowers Heads PiKA Newly elected officers o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 May 1941

Start a Freeman wardrobe, and you II soon have a parade of hits that will add much to your pleasure and comfort; We'll Give You A Master Fitting. BOTTORFS Entrances On Allen and Beaver DID YOU KNOW that Billy Soose has had' more amateur HgKts than Leo Roiick had as a professional? FROMM'S OPP. OLD MAIN 44Q44A \l GEN NOR oo so IS A FREEMAN Sn_^TvC Stops "5; WeinS,eln 0ul j_^_JMjtl _™ Four Pitchers Give 20 Hits As Navy Downs elected captain of the 1941-42 ski team, Coach Max Dercum announced yesterday. Besides being captain of the ski team, Peters won his varsity track letter and won intra-mural boxing, wrestling, ¦ and crosscountry championships in his sophomore year. He also gained intra-mural championships in boxing and wrestling this year. Captain Again Max S. Peters '42, was elected captain of the ski team for 1941-'42 to succeed Sam Crabtree. Peters was captain of the team in 1939-'40, his sophomore year and has ¦won a letter in varsity track and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 May 1941

JOAN CRAWFORD"_-•" MELVYN DOUGLAS _f Woman! I UAJC VEIDT R — *- 55 222380 | Shows At 1:30. 3:00. 6:30; 8:30 TODAY - FRIDAY: n UL with GEORGE BRENT MARTHA <f SCOTT j PAUL IDEAS Jni Shows At 1:30, 3:00. 6:30,-2:30 From the colorful Rio _Grange storms the most rousing epiKbf high adventure- since '•'Y'SE& VILLA"!! ..__ - .. _rr= Wallace_^Beery m THE BAD MAN —with— - LIONEL BARRYMORE LARAINE DAY RONALD REAGAN Evenings Only 6:30,. 8:30 Coeds Have Chance To Find Glamour WSGA Names 14 To Service Board Fourteen sophomore"' _wornep were named to the"! third" 'WSGA Junior Service Board by WSGA Senate at 5 p.m. _yesterdajc_^Senate also voted to _allqj Sejct-.jjpar'is Board WSGA money, fSj-ttif first time. \T : New members are' Marfha N. Albert, Marjorie R: ' -Chambers, Helen J. Chiappy, Anne-€—DoiSworth, Ann T. Drivas, -Emily _Ijj. Funk, H. Henrietta " Hay ward, Elizabeth K. Heath, _JeanTJA. Kelly, Marjorie E. - McFa ~ rTa " hd, E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 May 1941

Harrisburg Buckles Down To Legislative Duties Artists' Course Sales Hit 289 Total Purchase of 81 tickets by students yesterday completed the May sale of the Artists' Course series seats for next year. Including Wednesday's sale of 208 tickets to faculty and townspeople, the total mounted to 289. Students purchased 40 tickets at $3.50, 17 at $4.50, and 24 at $5.50 in 48 orders. Drop in student sales as compared to faculty purchases was attributed by Dr. Carl E. Marquardt, committee chairman, to the lost support of departing seniors and general student unwillingness to pay now for a series six months away. Action Seen Due Police Report Additional Theft A report to the police by Theta Xi yesterday of a robbery of $3 cash and a wallet containing an antique dollar bill Wednesday night was the only new development in the investigation of the fraternity robberies that occurred between 2 and 6 o'clock Wednesday morning. Thomas E. James, Jr. '44, was robbed of the $3 and Albert L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 May 1941

ou II _Cnjoy The Corner unusual 1st War Helps College What Will Second CAMPUS CALENDAR TODAY Senior engineering .„ lecture, Room 110-E. E„ 4:10 p. m. Harry F. Burkholder ,. Brentwood-Dormont borough" manager,r will speak on "The Engineer in Municipal Affairs." ; Varsity baseball with Muhlenberg, New Beaver Field, at 4 p.m. Varsity tennis_^ with Franklin and Marshall, New Beaver Field courts, 4 p. m.. . . PSCA Welcome Committee.. for Freshman Week, . Hugh Beaver Room, 5 p. m. Coeds interested in attending Camp Counsellors Conference call Helen Gordon; 158 Atherton Hall. - TOMORROW Dr. P. Debye ' will "speak on "Analysis of Molecular Structure by Electron Scattering" at' the American Chemical Society Meeting in Room 119; New Physics Building at 8 p._~m. Freshman baseball with Bucknell, New Beaver Field, 12:30 p. m. Varsity baseball with Temple, New Beaver Field, 2:30 p. m. The Professor's Viewpoint By WILLIAM K. ULERICH Editor of The Centre Daily Times and part-iime in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 May 1941

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 May 1941

To Look Immaculate Send Your Clothes to the PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. BEAVER AVE. DIAL 3261 Three Shopping Rs ft El A V comfortably in your favorite armchair. Tuck your feet up. and settle KLLI4A down leisurely to |H the advertising columns in this newspaper. Check the advertisements l\Lrllr carefully, and examine their worth, before you rush off to ftE A t% *^ e rewards _* n * rue va _lw_» s_» 1_» Specials, in "sure-fire" buys . .. thus saving i\L*_4i your temper, your feet, and the family bank account! You Will Find That the Columns of This Newspaper Are Filled With Savings and Sound Shopping Investments. They are Well ATTENTION Get this last issue of Portfolio now. You will find _intefesT_?- ing reading, written by people you know. PORTFOLIO Get Your Copy At Student Union (independents, Greeks Will Stay In Grange For One Year Trial _IFulure Of Camps ll®pic©f Speaker "Camping Today and Tomor- row," will be the speech topic of \ Miss lone V. Sikes. of ...

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