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

Rushing Reaches New High; Soph Hop, Houseparty Joined SU Board Combines Daily Collegian Strives Dales To Cut Expenses for Accurate Delivery 72 Pledge Yesterday ? A joint Soph Hop-_<Houseparty (Weekend on November 7 and 8 was approved last night by the Student Union Board along with the setting of 21 other important All-College dance' dates. The Soph Hop will toe held November 7. The action taken by the board was designed to curtail the constant loss suffered by the sophomore class in their annual dance. , Other minor changes in the dance dates include the moving of the WSGA dance from March 20 to April 11, Beaux Arts Ball from October 19 to _November 1, and the WRA dance from February 14 to February 13. The dances are as follows with the"" day of the week indicated in parenthesis: First Semester—Collegian Dance, Oct. 10 (Friday); Cwen Dance, Oct. 24 (Friday); Beaux Arts Ball, Nov. 1 (Saturday); Soph Mop-Fall Houseparty, Nov: 7 and 8 (Friday and Saturday); Mortar Board...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 September 1941

and n_^ Text Books For All College Courses AT THE BEST PRIC_^ All Phon_^graptfiecordsat TH _? 7<itORD SHOP --- Book Store Ttie College 129 W. BE AVER AVE * TR_^_PITIONM. SHOPPING PLACE OF RENN STATE MEN Inch _iTaqm Audition For Girl or Boy Singer With Dance Band Call Walt James 3141 THE DAILY COLLEGIA! "For A Belter Penn Siaie" E.itubfeh«_'<_i 10in. _Successor to the Penn State Collegian, established 1004. an.I the Free Lnnce. _established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the roffulnr College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Btate _College. Eutered as second-class matter July 5. 1934 nt, the Post-offiw at State _College, Pa., under the act o£ March _P, _187_S. Editor _^i_*_v Bus. and Adv. Mgi. Ross Lehman '42 «^S_^ James McCaugrhey '42 Editorial and Business _Office Downtown Office 313 Old Main _Bldit UP-121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Manaprlnsr Editor This Issue Richard S. Stebbins News -Edi...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 September 1941

PENN STATE VS. COLGATE OUR FIRST GAME BRING THE BLUE BAND TO THE COLGATE GAME BY THE BUFFALO _AUJMNI ASSOCIATION SPONSORED Use Our Easy, Convenient Lay-Away Plan FROMM'S END OF MONTH SPECIALS MEN'S SHIRTS SPECIAL _JU _ _^ _^ - $139 PRICE! _m Colored-Patterns — Newest Collar Styles — All Were Higher Priced —• Regrouped and Repriced for Quick Action — 14 to " 17 MEN SWEATERS $150 Cotton Fleece — Crew Neck — Colors, Brown and Green Knit Collar and Sleeves — Sizes 36 to 46 IrGffim_'s Opposite Old Main - State College sponsored by Women of the Moose, Bellelonte, Pa HECLA PARK MUSIC BY CAMPUS OWLS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1941 ADMISSION '50c PER PERSON Tax Included Dancing from 9 to 1 Sophomore Soccermen Pressing Veterans Hard For Starting Positions When seasoned holdovers from last year's Eastern intercollegiate soccer championship squad returned to practice sessions this week, they learned that their starting positions are endangered by a num...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 24 September 1941

BOOKS of all publishers. The largest and most _^selective stock of trade' books in- Central Pennsylvania. TRADE YOUR OLD TEXTS Highest prices for cash or credit. DISSECTING SETS For ZOOLOGY and BOTANY ' ¦ LOOSE LEAF NOTEBOOKS Special prices on all Leather Note Books—with ripper- or _nltiux. WEBSTER'S COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY Required for all English Composition courses. ' . STATIONERY College seal and plain. Quality stationery at low prices. TEXT BOOKS NEW & USED FOR ALL COLLEGE COURSE KfcJELER S CATMAUM-THEATRE BUILDING ART MATERIALS A complete selection for the master or beginner in all media. Will Be Around Again This Year To Greet The Old and The New Students CONCESSION—Wholesale Candy SUDDEN SERVICE DIAL 2373 75c per box A"> . . with two.gals ©m Ms trail ! « • i AND pi a " School Begins For Perat State Fresfeiraem With A Thousand Co-Eds On Their Trail And 5,000 Upperclass Men To Run Interference! LIFE BEGINS FOR AN...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 September 1941

Hazing Traditions Fall As Upperclassmen Pledging Hits New High Noble, Bard Appointed Soph Hop Co-Chairmen J. Kemp Noble '44 and Jack B. Bard '44 will be co-chairmen of Soph Hop this year, following appointments made last night by Jack R. Grey, sophomore class president, at the first fall meeting of the Campus '44 party. Along with the appointments, Grey also reported that the cochairmen had already contacted several danre-band booking agents, and that Jan Savitt's Top Hatters had been tentatively signed " to play for the dance. , The contract with Savitt, however, contains a conditional clause which will allow the substitution of Glen Gray, Gene Krupa, or Harry James, should any of these bands become available on November 7, the night of the dance. Of these three, James appears to be the most likely substitute, since he is playing in New York City. R, _8_Kg_'iT!?r>'\-M~ ifi s tm _;m W$i m f IMA HEAD—Elden T. Shaut '42, above, is president of the Independent ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 September 1941

music Lovers ! IPS SSMtf m Get Those Records You Have Been Listening and Dancing To This Summer The MUSIC ROOM 203 E. Beaver Ave _Glennland Bldg The only authorized RCA Victor Dealer in State College Pledging Hits High (Continued from Page One) man. Kappa Delta Rho (12). Kappa Sigma (14): Joseph Beaeh, Walter C. Price, and James Thompson. Lambda Chi Alpha (12): Donald H. Ratchford. Phi Delta Theta (16). Phi _Epgllort Pi (18): David L. Raphael and J. Elliot Swartz. • Phi Gamma Delta (10). Phi Kappa '9). Phi Kappa Psi (19). Phi Kappa Sigma (21): Malcolm R. Close, Calton Heckerman, Richard E. Nicholson, Cfeighton Turner, and William B. Turtle. Phi Kappa Tau Xl5): Richard Hastings and William Shuman. Phi Sigma Delta (18). Phi ' Sigma Kappa (16). Pi Kappa Alpha (20): Clarence P. Trumbdre. Pi Kappa'Phi (10): Harry J. Ashbaugh, H. James Dager, and Stewart Davis. Sigma ' Alpha Epsilon (14): J. Frederick Lloyd. . Sigma Chi (13). Sigma Nil (14): Calvert Clements and ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 September 1941

Living at The Colonial 123 W. Nittany Ave., State College For College Men who are not fraternity minded, our house offers fellowship and opportunitites for development found in few Scholastically our rating is high as evidenced by representation on the roster of fifteen Honorary and Scholastic Societies and other marks of leadership in College activities. Our men take active interest and participate in extra curricular affairs, and intram,ural sports. Of mutual interest to all concerned is the strict adherence to house rules and study hours, so that all share equally in the things that make your stay here worth while. See you in September. (Signed) EDGAR B. BERWICK '42 Chairman of Activities Phone 4350 IkJrj&^_jM&_dS' _^ss_^ Here's triple value _KJ_& g ^^€€_W*^^& ~_z for your moncy jn J shoes that are regf_3 _T* _TC_^_1*v ' *E_3 u _'ar _^ rutes _^° r wear > Tiw_«L £_» _La£_a _? et rusgedlyhan<Jsome. And if you ! "S "W f*\ "T/ _^'...

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

! • UDScriDe ow e ua ny _uoneg an Freshmen Know Your Movies See What's Playing In This Paper 50 Issues for Three Dollars Also The Annual Collegian Dance on Friday October 10th Admission by Collegian Subscription Only LAWSON'S CRISFIELD OYSTERS Standards, Selects, Counts FRESH and FROZEN SELECTED FISH COOK'S Mild Tactics Produce Results For Jeffrey Perhaps the most outstanding trait of Bill Jeffrey's handling of his soccer team is the quiet manner in which he points out their mistakes. While most coaches either yell out their orders or command the players as to what they should be doing, Jeffrey simply suggests, in his soft manner, a better way. • The genial Scot is to be found in the thick of _each practice scrimmage, shouting a word of warm praise here and a gentle correction there. When he is on the losing team, he fakes some good-natured kidding from "his boys." Always prevalent on the practice field is an attitude of tension-f...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 September 1941

Artist Materials Complete Selection Fountain Pens Waterman, Sheatter, Wahl Skriplnk ALL PENS HIGHEST QUALITY Drawing Board 20x26 , Pme or Basswood 24" Maple Blade T Square 24" Maple T Square, Xylonite Edge 45 Degree 6 Xylonite Lettering Triangle 30-60 Degree, 10" Xylonite Triangle Xylonite French Curve 4H or 5H Pencil Ink—Waterproof—Black Folders Rings French and Turnbull Lettering Book I Pen Points—Special Package Pen Holder Scotch Tape Protractor Erasing Shield Locks Braddock Stationery Die Stamped, 50c, 65c 85c REQUIRED IN TWO WEEKS Instruments: Dietzgen, Federal, Gem Union Pen, Zipper Keuff el & Esser—Made in U. S. A. Case F.Weber Dietzgen, Dietzgen, —Charvos Special No Gem Union 968AK DRAWING MATERIALS AT ONCE: REQUIRED Giesecke, Mitchell H or 2H Pencil and Spencer Technical Drawing Ruby Eraser, Art Gum or Substitute Pencil Pointer, Steel File or Sandpaper Scale, Architect's—Boxwood Block Spor ting Goods ft if1 ', I ...

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

Miller's Market CATERING TO THE STUDENTS AND FACULTY OF PENN STATE QUALITY MEATS and FARM PRODUCTS Free Delivery 104 W. Beaver Ave. Dial 775 ARROW SHIRTS ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS Men's Apparel CORNER ALLEN AND BEAVER ARROW TIES ARROW UNDERWEAR Headquarters for DR. GRABOW PIPES In State College IS REA&DERICK'S 121 S. Allen Higbe Gives Five Kits As Dodgers, Cards Win Kirby Higbe s five-hit ._pitching enabled the Brooklyn Dodgers, to take a 4-2 victory yesterday from the "Boston Braves behind pitcher Jim Tobin who gave up ten hits_. The win drove- "Dem Bums" closer to the National League pennant as only three games remain for both the Cardinals and the Dodgers. Brooklyn is now a game and. a half ahead of the Redbirds. The standings of the two teams did nofc _^ change yesterday because St. Louis sent Harry Gumbert to the mound to hurl a six-hit shutout, "4-0, over the Pittsburgh Pirates who pinned their hopes on pitcher Johnny Lanning, Lanning gave up 1...

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

EATLAND for Better Meals Remodeled And Uunder New Management. Try us Once PLYS" "FOUR IMmmp _mx $5.00 to §p_^ _$_& $7.95 Plus . . . Pliant Plus Plus Plus Norwegian Calfskin Weather-Wall Welt . Full Calfskin Lining Hand-Stained Finish Really a lot of shoe . . . and we d like lo show you. Best rough - weather protection policy you can take out on ydur feet. HANDIWORK OF FREEMAN MASTER SHOEMAKERS B0TT0RF SHOE STORE 202 S. ALLEN ST Junior Majors Defeat Sophs In Opener Junior majors white-washed sophomore majors, 3-0, in the exhibition hockey game on Holmes Field at 4 p. m. yesterday, with Pauline Rugh scoring twice and Polly Lee Insley once. Mary Devling was junior manager and Adele Levin sophomore manager. The 15 freshmen who signed yesterday and interested upperclass women will meet on Holmes Field at 4 o'clock today for training by majors. The lineup: Sophomores Juniors H. Hooper T. Noltz Left Wing M: Weldy - P. Rugh Left Inner F...

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

PENN STATE VS. COLGATE OUR FIRST GAME BRING THE BLUE BAND TO THE COLGATE GA ME SPONSORED BY THE BUFFALO ALUMNI ASSOCIATION HARTMAN'S BARBER SHOP Now Opening At 146 S. Allen St. Formerly At The Gregory Building ixcitemenf.., Entertainment... Adventure! The thrilling story of a Southern Belle who became the West's first "Two-Gun" Woman! _IJ_^_ggP_^V1 r""ft_^_Tr - - Hi ¦* with v ^^^ _i_%\ Rando,Ph Scott. _Tierney _WG, _, fpW * J an(j Dana Andrews • John Sheppard 4 Additions Made To WRA Cabin it's what you write an exam in. BUY COLLEGIAN NOW Blue and white is the color scheme of the renovated WRA cabin located in the Tussey Mountains five' miles front campus. Additions include new curtains, dishes, mattresses, couch covers, oil cloth on shelves and tables. Chairs were painted, screening was patched, and a porch was built and creosoted. Since trees have been cut, Old Main is visible from the porch Improvements were directed by Miss Marie Haidt, director of wo...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 September 1941

Daily Collegian Resumes j Publication Tuesday Regular publication of The Daily Collegian, which will be suspended temporarily with this issue, will be resumed again Tuesday morning. Beginning Tuesday, daily publication will be conducted Tuesday through Saturday, except before and after holidays, when issue dates will be announced. Striving for satisfactory service, The Daily Collegian is making every effort to make complete deliveries, despite numerous address changes and the problem of developing a better carrier system If there are any _comolaints, subscribers should report them, and immediate efforts will be made to straighten them out as soon as possible. Complaints should be telephoned to the Collegian 711 between 1:30 and 5 o. m. 10 Coeds Signed For Auditions In "Hour Of Charm' Ten — and possibly 12 — Penn State coeds will appear in Schwab auditorium (Monday at 7 p. m. in the Hour of Charm auditions designed to select one for a spot on Phil Spitalny's radio program Oct...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 September 1941

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DOOR PRIZE $20.00 CHILD'S WELFARE BENEFIT DANCE sponsored' by Women of the Moose, Belloionle, Pa HECLA PARK MUSIC BY CAMPUS OWLS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1941 ADMISSION 50c PER PERSON Tax Included Dancing from 9 to 1 CAMPUS CALENDAR TODAY Senior engineering lecture, 121 Sparks Building, 4:10 _ip. m. Hillel Friday night services at the. Foundation 7:15 p. m. Ethnics Minorities Committee cabin party-, 5 p.m. Grange meeting in Room 405 Old Main at 7 p. m. Evangelical Church reception for all new students, 8 p. m. All other . receptions postponed until Friday, October 3. Allen Street Co-op get-together 8 p. m. Nittany Co-op _amguests. - fOMORROW' Freshman women PSCA cabin party at Ralph Watts Lodge. Leave - Home Economics at 1:30 o'clock! First PSCA Cabinet retreat, 5 p. m. to 10 a. m. Sunday, SUNDAY Freshman- men's PSCA cabin open house at Ralph Watts Lodge. Leave rear Old Main...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 26 September 1941

KM -_^T- 4* i itight Out Front This fitting line-up of sturdy, soft-feeling leathers makes Mansfield Grenadiers worthy of your in- jt spection... today. J_& Mansfield J0$ Grenadiers _£?_$_?_$*¦ * $5.50 to $6.95 _WA JtyAi* THREE DATES ON YOUR MUST LIST THE CAMPUS OWLS • SATURDAY, SEPT. 27 AT HECLA PARK • THURSDAY OCT, 2 AT FRESHMAN THESPIAN SHOW •FRIDAY, OCT. 10 AT COLLEGIAN DANCE The First Big Dance of the Year FOR BOOKING-CALL JIME McADAM-2561 The Correct Thing For University Men THE UNIVERSITY GAB By LEE _^ e m^^ _^-~^ MEN'S APPAREL Corner of -Allen and Beaver IN BELLEFONTE IT'S THE HOFBRAU FOR SEA FOOD-STEAKS and CHOPS SPAGHETTI LIQUORS Served in a Modern, Air-Conditioned Grille featured—Earl Kennedy At The Solovox THE HOFBRAU 6 E. Bishop St.—Bellefonte r 45X-CounfryTeam In Light Workouts (announcer to he named) WWSW, WLEU, WFBC, WJAQ WPIC, Temple University has 599 NYA WKST_, WCED, W1MBS. students. With more th...

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

PENN STATE VS. C0L6ME OUR FIRST GAME BRING THE BLUE BAND TO THE COLGATE GAME SPONSORED BY THE BUFFALO ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Also • "Pepper" PetreUa • Mike Kerns _TEj_^_Bmw October 2 7:00 P.M. SCHWAB AUDITORIUM Featuring • Campus Owls • Dancing Chorus THESPIAN TOE5EN 'The Anmtail Freshman Show" FREE w NO SLIDE RULES I FOR SALE/ The slide rule you would ordinarily buy this tern* _has been drafted for National Defense. Sorry, it can't1 be helped. Although we have increased our _produce tion tremendously the Defense Program still absorbs more rules than we can make right now. But we are. still increasing production. Within four months, your . slide rule will be ready for you , ._* ', _* i but well 'lend you _one / Meanwhile, we have found a way out. To meet this temporary emergency we have made a quantity of] - -' mass production slide" rules that will tide you over] i until your standard rules are ready. These rules are: not for sale. We will lend ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 September 1941

Blue Key Society Freshmen Meet At 7: p. m Taps 17 Juniors For First Class ; Seventeen juniors will begin informal initiation lor Blue Key tomorrow morning, William E. Murphy, Jr., '43, president of the hat society, announced following tapping yesterday. The. informal period will continue until 8:30 p. m. Saturday, during which time the initiates will wear large sandwich signs and carry six-foot poles with blue key pennants on them. , A demonstration is being planned for Saturday evening. The initiates will put on a spectacle on the downtown streets. There is a possibility that the ski trail will also be used during the initiation period. The initiates are Samuel P. Brown, III, Arthur R. Thormann, and Edward J. Meyers, track; Dennis J. Carney, George S. Roy, and Paul R. Knight, Jr., golf; Bertram S. Green, Robert H. P. Jordan, and Kenneth C. Cotton, tennis. John E. Kelley, Charles L. Dimling, and Albert L. Bamiam, lacrosse; S. Gilbert Joffe, J. Paul Phelps, Jr., and Howard A. C...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 September 1941

m _doly coujegim "For A Better Penn State" JEslnblis-hr-i 10*0. _SiiMCfior to the- Penn Stat" CoiU'Cinn. i-stfibti.il"M 1!'04. and the Fr_>M> I<an<». cstnhli-jh_^l 1S67. ' Publi._'rho'I _<_iui!> - f_^_xocpt 3urula.y a-nd _Monaay Jui-lr.pr tho trogtilnr- Coll_^_tfc :--enr by the _pturtents of The Pennsylvania IStnt*? _Collotre. Knter_. t\ _ns necnnfl-clasa matter -Tuly f\ 1024 _ht the Post-ofi'V._? at _Sttite Ciritefte. Pa., under the act _ai _Mnrrh _f. 1379. ^^ Editor - _x _**Sfe Bus * and Adv, Mg*. Boss Lehman '42<D _3sS3i,_& James McCaughey '42 T'.ditorir._l .-\n<i Business (iffie-. Downtown Offi.:«. 31S OH Main BM_«. _UIM21 South _Fraaicr St. Pbor." 711 Phone- 4S7_'> • Women'c KiUu.r -,T<:<ui<>> n. S'i_!ej 'IJ: ahv.tttiiiR FMitor—John A. Bner '42; _Sri»-i- iMitoi- — A. Pa: NaKi'lbcTst '42: Feature Editor ¦ WlHta'n .1. Mi'_Knieht '42: Nw» Editor--Ptiinlcy .7. FoK". -j ni&a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 September 1941

at The Colonial Living 123 W. Nittany Ave., State College For College Men who are not fraternity minded, our house offers fellowship and opportunitites for development found in few Scholastically our rating is high as evidenced by representation on the roster of fifteen Honorary and Scholastic Societies and other marks of leadership in College activities. Our men take active interest and participate in extra curricular affairs, and intramural sports. Of mutual interest to all concerned is the strict adherence to house rules and study hours, so that all share equally in the things that make your stay here worth while. See you in September. (Signed) EDGAR B. BERWICK *42 Chairman of Activities Phone 4850 Just T a ¦P IF • • « YOU WANT your clothes .dry pressed, repaired cleaned, your or altered— suits IF • • • YOU WANT to be sure that any or all of these serv ices-will modern be performed safely and with uipmenf eg IF a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 30 September 1941

Announcing WALT JAMES And His Orchestra Formerly Rex Rockwells Band FEATURING DICK O'CONNER, VOCALIST For Booking — Call 3141 SERVICE • ECONOMY ® DEPENDABILITY Service Board To Aid With Point System Sophomores, Juniors To Fill Out Cards Sophomore and junior women living in northeas_* Atherton will fill out point system cards in the xiortheast lounge at 10 p. m. tomorrow, under WSGA Junior Service Board supervision-. Sophomore and junior women will list officer and membership points for this year only. Senior women will be eliminated and freshmen will fill out cards next semester. Each coed is allowed 40 points but her officer points must not exceed 32. Value lor officer points, .subject to WSGA change, is as follows: 28 points—WSGA president; 24 points—women's editor of Collegian, Froth business manager, PSCA president, WRA president, WRA.'treasurer; 20 points—Co-Edition editor,, women's- feature editor of Col'egian, Collegian junior editorial board, PSCA vice-pre...

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