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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 May 1941

_®lp &attg _@ (_Eollfgtan Successor to She Free , Lance, Established 1887 VOL. 37—No142 SATURDAY HE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE _JRNING_, MAY 17, 1941, STATE _COLLEGE PA Wealher-Fair and Warm PRICE THREE CENTS Student, Faculty Marshals Chosen For Graduation Student and faculty marshals, appointed to arrange for diplomas and details of commencement in each School, were announced yesterday by Clarence E. Bullinger, chief marshal of th College. Commencement exercises will be held on New Beaver Field at 10:30 a. m., June 9 and not as erroneously reported in The Daily Collegian yetserday. Candidates for all degrees will meet behind the East stands on New Beaver Baseball Field at 10 a. m. In case of rain there will be no academic procession for the ceremonies in Rec Hall. On either site there will be no recessional. -The baccalaureate sermon will be given as originally announced as a chapel service in Rec Hall at 11 a. m., June 8. At this ceremony, however, there ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 May 1941

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation JUST FOB FUN... Treat Yourself Creamery To A College Product Chocolate Milk Made from Pure Whole Milk and A Superior hocolate Product. A Sure-Fire Warm Weather Treat. Other Creamery Specialties MILK—CREAM—BUTTERMILK—BUTTER—ICE CREAM -COTTAGE CHEESE—AND MANY VARIETIES OF CHEESE COLLEGE CREAMERY SALESROOM Great Opportunities In US Air Corps, TIE DAILY eOLLESlAN I "Tor A Belter Penn State '" _Hatabluhcd 1940. Successor to the Penn State _Collcsiaa established 1904. and the Free Lance. establUhe.1 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday _during tht regular _Collate year by the students of The Pennsylvania _Btets College. Ktitered as second-class matter July 5, _1934 ¦ it the Poflt-otfice at State, College, Pa., under the act ol M._irch 8. 1879. Editor _saggar Bus * and Adv " Mgr-Boss Lehman '42 «^§_$_b» James McCaughey '42 _JMitoria.1 an-i Business _Office Downtown Offic...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 May 1941

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 17 May 1941

PLEASE NOTE:—On account of the unusual length and importance of this Frank Capra Production wehave arranged a continuous showing policy, today, with the first show starting at 12:30 p. m., box-office open at 12:15 P.M. D-WINNING A • GARY IVRMkz COOPER BARBARA STANWYCK FRANKCAPRA *5_W»s£_&£2£s£ s JOHNDOE EDWARD ARNOLD WALTER BRENNAN _<S*I _#J sPrT_. <**&?$? '-, ii*<F _« _jjwe_^_r v_^_VJft_^- _U»_MLVott^* _m_^t\^i_. W *q»«&>*^«<« t_& _* ,:_i_«fini£ feS' _sv_* *rv_w r-_^ _^_ik 3_^ * UlBSfllDGTOn I with _, FRANK MORGAtl ANN RUTHERFORD It KENTTAYLOf Shows At 1:303:00. 6:30. " 8:30 Men of Iton . . . Steeds.of Steel Roaring Down The Stretch ' , —in— Danger On Wheels —Starring—RICHARD ARLEN ANDY DEVINE PEGGY MORAN Evenings at 6:30, 8:50 Matinees, Sat. Only 1:30 f TODAY ONLY I Visiting High School Students To See Aquacade, Play Ga...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 May 1941

Zimmerman Elected Head Of Druids Harold L. Zimmerman replaced Charles H. Ridenour as president of Druids, sophomore honoraryhat society, in a meeting held in Old Main last night. Robert A. Morgan was named vice-president to succeed John S. Egli and W. Kenneth Reed replaced Edward Steidle Jr. as secretary-treasurer. The Druids will meet May 29 to discuss tapping of five more freshmen from the spring sports, baseball, track, tennis, golf, and lacrosse, retiring president Ridenour announced. Speech Class To Give Readings From Literature Thirteen students in the advanced class in oral interpretation of literature (Speech 285) •will give readings from literature in Room 121 Sparks at 7:30 p.m. today, Mrs. Harriet D. Nesbitt, instructor of public speaking, has announced. Students and faculty members are invited. The program follows: "Good-bye, Mr. Chips" (Hilton) by Richard D. Bitner '41. "Aria de Capos" (Millay) by Miriam T. Miller '41. "Essayage" (Morley) by Sybil] R. Martin '41...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 May 1941

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 May 1941

Eocene H. Lederer REAL ESTATE 114 E. Beaver Ave. State College DIAL 4066 Have Your Clothes Laundered The Proper Way; PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. BEAVER DIAL 326 PENN STATE CLASS RINGS BALFOUR BRANCH OFFICE AT CHARLES SHOP. 109 S. ALLEN _TEXIERIZED CLEANING CASH AND CARRY 49c and 59c vie Kr\oiO HoiO POM MS _F_* DiiV Cle_^neb And DVers 218 E. College Ave Let Us Solve Your MILK PROBLEM With Pure, Wholesome Milk C. MEYER MILK Phone 4220 > a...u,il '. > ¦»»»• i ..Hi jj| silon Cops IM Track Meet Phi Dells Take Second Place Delta Upsilon with a total of 36 points copped the fraternity trophy in the intramural track meet held Saturday, it was announced by manager Frank Wallace. , Second place plaque went to Phi Delta Theta with 22V_& points. The summaries: FRATERNITY 100-yard dash—Allison, Kappa Sig, first; Krouse, DTD, second; Olwine, DU, third. Time 10:5. 220-yard run — Phillips, Phi Delta Theta, first; Krouse, DTD, second; Allison...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 20 May 1941

For That Afternoon Snack We Have Just The Thing SANDWICH MEATSFRUIT—PASTRIES mm mm 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 mm. f f_% J _aiiillHilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 51 ) 10 UepiCI Women IN SPORTS (f * * i V\ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillliillilliniiliiiiiii If ISIS 111 UanC@ 0 C Queen Deihroned _ .. Facing an undefeated Delta Interpreting the European sit- Gam softball teamj Ath Wes1 uation through modern dance, 50 subdued Strikeout Queen Marge concert and service group mem- Harwick 29 .3 yesterday. Audrey bers will present 'Patterns of Dice> Ath Ha „ h hitt came Our Days in the Rhythm Room, home six ti whiJe H Qor. White Hall, at 9 p.m. Friday. don b d five runs and Martha Four elements are represented Duffman and Marge .Rosenberg, an the story of the border peas-N _j our ants who are gradually suppress-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 May 1941

New All-College Election Seen Amendment Passed To A3!ow Vote Next Fall Rep. Moul Completes [0{j ge f HSlt j s Investigation Of College _, ... . . c£_rsxg; _Sfta_^ 5_ti!l _Insutficseiif day that his investigation of the Soil Conservation Board and the agriculture extension of the Pennsylvania State College was finished and that he would present a final report on it to the House tomorrow. No Penn State bills were reported out of committee in the House although 44 other appropriation measures — including bills for Pitt, Temple and Penn—were passed unanimously and sent to the Senate. It was reported that the Penn State bills would come out of committee either Thursday or Monday. _' Progress on the proposed Mountain Lodge was interrupted again last night when all bids for constructio nof the cabin were reported to the Recreational Coordinating Committee as being $2,000 or more above the available $6,700. Although the total amount available is $7,300, only $6,70C can be used for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 May 1941

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 May 1941

DELTA TAU DELTA Will Remain Open Far SUMNER SE55_IQH Room pd _fyjard - P/_zowe _/025 For Rates and Details Bafcheior Faces Gsrectet For M Badminton Title iiHumiiiimiiiimiiiimmimiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiuum _pfta Zet?> _Seated Jack Quailey, off- the gym floor for two years, phi Deit > _^ i5 .3; chuc _£ BaMi and in the future will try to im- jjij , defeated Art Thorman, Delta part his-knowledge at the Uni- _£hj 12-15 l. _lS_^, 15-7; Bill Fouvers-ity_; ;of Maryland wjheie he _^ DU> defeated Sandy Carlton, will; serve as head coach of the _g_^. forfelt; and Gerecter devarsity gym team. , feflted Dic_£ AUen phi Delt 15 _ And-so ends another chapter in :12 15.7 - *•.-' ther-history . of a real champion, gemi-finals: Roque defeated but-the book is by no means _j_^15_8 15 .5 Gerecter de completed because its hero is still feated Fou * cart 15 .815 .6 . on his way up The story of Ro- _^ , Finals: 0eTecter defeated man Pieo is known to most of _t 1 State: ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 21 May 1941

¥2* £ ' 2> _^ J THE SEASON'S _^ A _^ HIT! Th*rt_* Magic _^ •s* 3_^ _JMaRGAIUT LINDSAY \_, *» IYNNE OVERMAN ADDED ON THE STAGE TONIGHT ONLY State College American! Legion And Auxiliary; JUNIOR DRUM and BUGLE CORPS ^^^^^^!^l^^ ^^'' ^^_f^^^^^ _^ \ n m noes OUT 1? _BIIGKSKIIS Hand-Stained ( w Vi-. ^^^^^^_rf Remember when Genuine Buckskin "^^¦jbs» ^\^ meant Top Prices? Now this luxurious «53Ss **^ _i» ~ # _«_=&* leather Is yours at the regular _/ ^|_p Master Fitter price _j _: » and in as 0*_JW_$_^fl fine a shoe as you ever set foot in. - "breaking in" a i s It's flexiblei Bottorfs _Entrances On Alien and Beaver Iyer Re-elected Head Of Home Ec Council Janet L. Eyer '42 was re-elected president of the Home Economics Council at the last meeting of the semester held in the faculty lounge of the Home Economics building last night. Other officers are Ruth E. Stamm '43, first vice-president; Margaret M. Diener '42, second vice-...

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

Daddy Grofff Returns Discloses How War Calendar Hems D Since The Daily Collegian will terminate its first year of publication tomorrow, Editor Ross B. Lehman last night urged students and faculty members to submit all calendar notices to the Collegian office, Room 313 Old Main, before 5 p. m. today. The Daily Collegian will resume publication on September 11, after introducing itself to the freshmen at their homes on September 4. The Summer Collegian, a weekly publication, will be issued during Summer Session, the first issue appearing June 30. Political Split On Findings; College Bills Released Special Jo the Collegian HARRISBURG, May 21—The three-month's old, politically-inspired investigation of the Pennsylvania State College and the State Soil Conservation Board came to a close today and the restrictions which had. held up Fenn Stale appropriations until it was over were off. Rep. Clayton E. Moul (D., York), who sponsored the investigation, presented the House a 5,000-...

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

SUMMER SESSION STUDENTS Make Our House Your Summer Home DELTA SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY Room—$10.50 Per Week—Board Linen and Maid Service Included FAIRMOUNT AND LOCUST LANE DIAL 3223 £/%/rr wr l//_r 0 Most beautiful moccasin made .,. most comfortable, too. _^ .Creamy jenuine buckskin, trimmed with soft-tdnhed Master Calfskin. Two-toned smartness Plus Flexibility. e-F'ftx 0 to $7.50 Bottorfs Entrances On Allen and Beavei fie Professor's Viewpoint ARTHUR H. REEDE Assistant Professor of Economics Thai Undergraduate Paiois The notion persists in many quarters that those of college years think little if at all. The more generous of these critics admit a reasonable number of exceptions. I do not find the undergraduate an unthinking person,—certainly no more so than his elders. Those I have come to know think harder and straighter than their elders in many cases. They are less likely to be weighted down with exploded fallacies and that cargo of brutal half-tru...

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

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

_? . CASH SALE - •> BEGINS TODAY JACK HARPER So you can catch all the laughs —we've brought it back again! . . . the first great comedy hit of the stars of "Philadelphia Story." KATHERINE HEPBURN CARY GRANT in "BRINGING UP BABY" with Charlie Ruggles. ¦ May Robson Walter Catlelt Fritz Feld Shows At 1:30. 3:00, 6:30. 8:30 f TODAY - FRIDAY I _T^^_tTJ Booking rpB_^HI I For Next _UadflH I College Year IWitmSYSWi See Ihem M Ike senior Hot-Dog PARTY And Then You're Sure To Want Them For Your PIKE-PARTY Show IAYL0_R & RAM0WITZ Call Don Taylor 2381 Coed! _Defease Group Panhel To Stress Adds Overhaul Course New Code Issues 3?crmission was granted to tine women's defense committee tc offer a practicum credit course for women entitled the Overhaul Course by Prof. Ralph U. Blasingame, head of the department of agricultural enginering, House of Representatives Speaker Margaret K. Sherman '43 announced last night. The course will include prac...

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

81st Commencement Plans Announced; Hetzel Advises Draftees On Crisis Trained Men Needed, President Points Out A letter from President Ralph D. Ketzel will be sent tomorrow to every Penn State student who has registered for Selective Service. It will summarize the present uncertain situation as it applies to this college. • "Because your country finds itself in a situation of great seriousness, it has called upon you to serve. In the armed forces_, there is need of young men possessing superior intelligence and the qualities of leadership; in the defense' industries, there is need of technically trained young men with similar qualifications," writes President Hetzel. "It is a matter of national policy, as expressed by the Selective Service organization itself, that young men having particular Qualifications should serve where they are most needed." President Hetzel points out that present conditions should not dim a student's desire for a college diploma. He says, "Those who do...

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

RELA X m a v uring Fino c The At CORNER UNUSUAL Campus Calendar Chapel, 11 a. m. Rev. Don Frank JUNE 10 Fenn will speak. Intersession registration 8 a.m TODAY PSCA Senior Cabinet, Hugh Beaver Room, 4:10 p. m. Freshman Mass Meetings Committee, Room E, 304 Old Main, 4:10 p. m. Insurance classes. Room 304 Sparks, 8 a. m. and 3:10 p. m. Allen E. Wierman, assistant supervisor of correspondence instruction, will speak. • Modern Dance Recital, White Hall, 9 p. m. Admission to all coeds and those who received invitations. Pi Tau Sigma. 318 Old Main, 5:30 p. m. Pennsylvania Press Conference registration, Lobby Nittany Lion Inn, " 8:30 a. m. TOMORROW Bicycle hike sponsored by Outing Club. Meet 'at Miles street Bike Shop, 2 p. m. Sixty cents. AH persons participating in Mock Battle manoeuvers report to Armory 1:30 p. m. to draw arms and ammunition. 'Pennsylvania Press Conference, Nittany Lion Inn. Penn State vs. Michigan State, track, 1:30 p. m. Tennis, Pen...

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

_^_r _^HK\ Booking _fip_^B I For Next | 7££^^_B I College Year JHrliViilfs Sample One-Way Fares Cleveland S 4.80 Philadelphia 3.30 Pittsburgh 2.90 New York 4.65 Harrisburg 1.80 York 2.30 Baltimore, Md 3.25 , Washington, D. C. 3.70 Deiroit 7.15 Altoona 1.20 Chicago 9.50 Jacksonville, Fla. .. 12.05 i Lancaster 2.45 I Sunbury . .. 1.85 MAKE AG HILL THE 19 th HOLE College Creamery Ice Cream & Chocolate Milk —two remedies for that fogged feeling that comes with the first few rounds of golf. Our chocolate milk is made from a superior chocolate product. Ice Cream, Buttermilk, Milk, Cream, Butter Many Varieties of Cheese COLLEGE CREAMERY SALESROOM DAIRY BUILDING & W. DOMUT SHOP Thank you for your patronage during the past year. Remember — For All Kinds of DO-NUTS— If s The H. & W. DONUT SHOP 117 S. .Pugh St FACULTY Buy A Cap, Gown or Hood Delivery Guar, for Commencement Call Mr.. King, Hotel Slate College -'Aricraft Mfg., Grand Rapids News...

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

MEN'S FURNISHINGS MEN'S CLOTHING CHARLES' FELLOW SHOP 109 S. Allen St. _DMFC Wanted and IU1#L J offered P.W.—Phila. every weekend. C —Andy, 4102. Lv. phone number. R.W.—Pittsburgh. L. Fri. noon. SENIORS. Keep up with Penn Stale activities after Graduation. Subscribe now to your College paper -The Daily Collegian. $3.25 By Mail We thank you all for your j patronage during the past school year. We will be ready to give you our best service again next fall. Market Miller's Dial 1775 104 W. Beaver Ave THANKS—-To Our Old Friends And The Many New Ones Acquired During The Past Years. STEIN MOTOR COMPANY 121 S. Burrowes DIAL 34Sl Fraternities Pay High Food Prices, IFC New Handbook Editorial Business Staffs Named 48 Students Elected To 1941-42 Boards The editorial and business staffs of the 1941-42 Student Handbook, which will be distributed to incoming freshmen this summer, were announced last night by Editor Stanley J. Po-Kempner '42 and Business Manager...

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