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

ROTC Will Lef Juniors Audit Advanced Course Colonel E. D. Ardery announced last night that the military department will accept a limited number of auditors for > the advanced ROTC course. Applicants must be regularly enrolled juniors who have completed the basic course. No college credit will be given, and the auditors must pay their own expenses. If there is a withdrawal in the advanced course, an auditor may secure a commission if he meets the mental, physical, an.(J leadership requirements of the War Department. Anj'one desiring additional information should contact ¦ Lieut. Jack H. Weske, Room 3, Armory. co-tamenAflnountt Doherty Appoints Formal Soph Hop ' Soph Hop, m keeping with fall houseparty standards, will be formal this year, Jack J. Bard '44 and R. Kemp Noble '44, dance cochairmen, announced yesterday. To better insure the financial success of Soph Hop, the dance has been scheduled for the same weekend as fraternity houseparties. The Hop. featuring Jan Sav...

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

S NOT TOO LATE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE DAILY COLLEGIAN CT Before Breakfasl, Tuesday Through Saturday) (Delivered *¥*¥ REMEMBER a a THE COLLEGIAN DANCE THE YEAR t THE FIRST BIG DANCE OF Fre ! Free 1 Free e TO COLLEGIAN SUBSCRIBERS Friday, October 10 WELCOME ALUMNI WE ARE AS H APPY TO SERVE YOU N THE PAST I Meet Your Friends At GRAHAM'S CAMPUS CALENDAR TODAY Rehearsal, Glee Club _* 10 Sparks, 7 p. m., Thespian tryouts in Little Theatre, Old'Main, 7 p. m.. "Cider Feed" ior all electrical engineering students, especially freshmen, EE building, 7:30 .p. <m. PSCA freshman project committee meets, 304 Old 'Main, 4:15 p. m. IMA Central Council meeting, 305-Old Main, 7 p. m. PSCA Community Service committee meets in Penn State in China room, 7 p. m. PSCA Speakers and Public Meetings committee meets in Hugh ¦Beaver room, 7 .p. m. Sophomore men editorial candidates for the Collegian, 31'2 Old Main, 4 p. m. Sophomores and juniors...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 8 October 1941

FROMM'S Opposite Old Mam State College THE PENN STATE PLAYERS are here with THE MALE ANIMAL Hell rout— You 11 roar SATURDAY. OCTOBER 11 Single _nr j- C plus 7:30 P. M.—Auditorium Admission f J 8c tax SAVE—BUY A SEASON Season Ticket SQ.50 plus TICKET 5 Big Shows U 25c tax Tickets-Now At Student Union SHIRTS!! SHIRTS !! SHIRTS!! You Know Them by Their Names" 3000 Shipped To FROMM'S For The Sole Purpose Of Saving Money For YOU Our Customers Here is perhaps your last chance to buy better quality SHIRTS at the OLD COST. For this reason, we urge you to BUY NOW! Take advantage of our huge buying power. Use our Lay-Away Plan. One Lot TAKE YOUR CHOICE OF 3000 SHIRTS $1 39 And Up Aetna. Essley, Arrow, (in while) and Jayson Brosky Injures Knee In Opener ¦Bernie Brosky, 210-pound tackle sprained his left knee in the Colgate game and will watch Saturday's Bucknell-Nittany Lion tilt .from the sidelines, it was learned yesterday. Receiving the only major i...

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

womeh in sports _Aih erton Coeds Frosh Win Again. For the first time in intramural hockey history, upperclass women are worried about the strength of freshman stickwomen. Not content with defeating juniors, 1-0, Monday, freshmen beat sophomores, 3-2, yesterday. P. Alloe and C. Spangler scored for the sophs, and V. Elder and P. •Gregory for frosh in the first half, A. Radle clinched the game toy scoring at the beginning of second half. * * * "White Hall in Action" is the -theme of the third annual open house for students, faculty members and townspeople planned for 7 to 10 p. m. October 15. Demonstration of activities, and a tour of the building and club exhibits will toe directed by Ann T. Drivas '43 and Patricia MacKinney '43, co-chairmen. * * * Non-swimmers and novices are urged toy Mary V. Devling '43, Swimming Club president, to sign in Miss Haidt's office before Saturday noon for the club's "Learn-To-Swim" campaign which will start Monday and _continue for two weeks. Coeds ...

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

Say, Pardon Me, Boys Whai Goes Off! Hep! HepT 'Weekend'Season Begins With Pep Rally Tomorrow Penn State's "big weekend" season will make its fall debut in Rec Hall at 8 o'clock tomorrow night when 5,000 students and -alumni are expected to attend the football pep rally, which marks the opening of the 21st annual Homecoming celebration. . With hopes of building, up the same spirit that sparked the Colgate send-off last week, Coach Bob Higgins and Captain Len Krouse will speak in behalf of the Lion grid squad, which will not be able to attend the rally because of train-' ing plans. Gerald F. Doherty '42, All-College president and master of ceremonies will introduce the following speakers: Earl tE. Hewitt '28, president of the Alumni Association; William Hollenbach, Lion grid coach in 1912; and several members of the 1911 and 1912 football squads, which are having a reunion this weekend. - Other highlights of the rally will be a talk by William F. Finn '42, football manager, and ...

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

•#_> Dance Programs #_> Show Cards ? Letterheads # Circulars Printing Done For All Occasions NITTANY Printing & Publishing Co. 129 South Frazier St. Dial 4868 mm is no mmm w RECORD PRICES At The College Book Store S-filS rattd! A GIF! BUY ON VICTOR RECORDS Buy Strauss "Emperor Waltz" played by the Philadelphia _Orchestra at $_}_,00 and receive FREE, Faust Ballet _Miusic played by Boston "Pops" Orchestra. College Book Store 129 W. Beaver Ave. Slate College TH€ DA LY COLLEGIA "For A Belter Penn State" Established 1940. _Socoifor to the Penn State Colieiriasi. _established 1904, and the Free I»_anee, established 1887. Published daily _except Sunday and Monday during th_^ _regular College year by the students o£ The Pennsylvania 'Iitnte CoIIcjre. Entered as sccond-clas.-; matter July-, 5, 193*4 nt the Post-off'..'.? at State College, Pa., under the act af March 8, 187!).. Editor _^sSSBfcw Bus- _anA Adv- _Mfl 1 _- Ross Lehman '42 &a...

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

Complete Stock On ALL STYLES AT KALIN'S MEN'S SHOP 130 S. Allen Si A PENN STATE PLAYERS' PRODUCTION THE MALE ANIMAL Or "War Between The Sexes" Single «7rc plus _Admission J J 8c lax Season Ticket $(1.50 plus 5 Big Shows £«25ciax ALUMNI DAY October 11 30, Auditorium Tickets Now At Student Union Headquarters for DR.GRABOWPMS In State College IS REUDERKK'S s <: ::,,;{^i . Mm We Carry A Complete Line Of ALLIGATOR RAINCOATS VARSITY SHOP 127 S. Allen Si Bison Cub Coach Seeks line-up forISif tany Tift LEW_1SBURG, Pa., Oct. 8 — Declaring all positions still open, Coach John Sitarskyy surveyed his Bueknell cubs in practice drills this Week in'-search of a starting eleven to ppgo_^o-the Penn State freshman tears"'in the season's opener for ' ¦ both teams at.State College on Saturday. • . Outstanding candidates, in the ¦back-field for the little Bisons include Joseph Garber, quarterback; Raymond Tyler, fullback and halfbacks John Whitelock...

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

ARROW SHIRTS •\RROW HANDKERCHIEFS "_^£2 Mens Apparel CORNER ALLEN AND BEAVER - ARROW TIES. '. . ARROW _^UNDERWEAR Market Looks _&_3&&_M% DOS ~_V_^vP_^ I If DIAL 791 I IS South Frazier St ARROW SHIRTS ARROW TIES SEE OUR ARROW SHIRT WINDOW SHOWING THE NEW GRIDIRON STRIPES Charles1 FELLOW SHOP Mrs. Dye To Speak On Etiquette Pointers Mrs. Elizabeth W. Dye, associate professor of home economics, will speak to McAllister freshmen on dormitory etiquette in McAllister Hall lobby immediately after dinner today. Mrs. Dye will be the dinner guest of Miss Kay Pontzer, McAllister Hall hostess Also McAllister Hall freshmen will be hostesses to WSGA Junior Service Board and Philotes, indedendent women's society, at dinner today. Last Thursday Service Board and Philotes were hostesses to acquaint freshmen " with proper service table; WOMEN IN SPORTS IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIl! Juniors Win, 2...

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

No 'Collegian' Tickets To Be Sold At Door Daily Collegian dance passes issued with subscriptions to the paper are needed to gain . admission to the Collegian Dance after the pep rally tonight, James E. McGaughey '42, business manager, announced last night. No tickets will be sold at the door. The dance will be held in Rec Hall from 9 p. m. until 12 midnight with the music supplied by Jimmy McAdam's Campus Owls. One couple will be admitted for each dance stub. Freshman men students are granted exemptions from customs while attending the first All-College dance of the year. Coeds have been granted one o'clocks by WSGA. Council Reverses Velo; Approves New Bus Stops Four locations for downtown State~College bus stops and a loading zone were approved at a special meeting last night, when by a .five to one vote, Borough Council overrode Burgess Wilbur F. Leitzell's veto of this ordinance, previously passed toy the Council September 15. . Two of the newly approved terminals are sla...

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

MUMNI s usua visi The Corner Unusual THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Stat*" E;tfli>li?he<i ll'-Ui. Suoe-5>or- to the Fenn State _Colioicix::. _established 190!. :in<i the Free Lance, established 1SS7. _Published daily except _Sunday nr;/._i Monday durinff th_? regular College year by the students of The _Pennsylvania -iStntp _Colleure. Kntered _ns aecond-cIas = _mooter July 6, 19.14 at the Post-oCt'ico tit State _Collew. Pa.., under the act o? Mnreh S. 1873. Editor _^dBHa _^. Bus. and Adv. _Mgr. Ross Lehman *42 "_^_HMOf_* James McCaughe_*- '42 Editorial and. Business Office Downtown Office 313 Old Mahi Bide. 11S-121 South Frnzler St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 KEPnSSSNTSO FO« NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY National Advertising Service, Inc. College PublishersRepitsytiathi 420 Madison Ave. New Yop<. N. Y. CHIOS* • 8o»toh . los _AHStLM • s»n F»«»cuco Junior Editorial Board—Gordon L. Coy, Donald W. Da_*l»„ Dominick L. Golab, Joints D. Oikein, Dnvi...

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

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

Dresses for Classroom and Informal Wear _^1_^7 Wools, corduroys, and novelty ^|f-0f materials are just the thing for _JfcA those fraternity dances. . / An extensive'selection of these be found.at the may _%_fc SMAR SHOP _Mfe >^,.^^^^^^ _fe M l _^ ' ' '7«'M _w>w« _Sl_^Jr -/ N u_^_JffiWSF M _^ 54b S_^ _3_&7m_? STATE THEATRE ~*"'k _«t _*a_^-—- -, .-_^_r _f_^_""'^^ TODAY SATURDAY A NEW WARNER BROS. TR UMPH »«» WALTER. BRENIW N. JOAN LESLIE PRICES MATINEE..—..40c EVENING —-5& CHILDREN — 17c Tax Included THE MALE AT BAY Tomorrow 7:30—Auditorium Tickets at Student Union Save—Buy A Season Ticket f]P m\\\ wm are here with a hit MALE ANMAL Today - Sat. - Mon. - Tues. SCHEDULE MATINEE — One Showing Only at 2:00 P. M. EVENING — 6:30 - 8:56 Feature at 2:13. 6:43. 9:09 _ML 5 f. fm H M_&_p, _m*&_ljr <_"_?-x>8smsts_&g$_3a<_P>' - ( airy ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 October 1941

2,000 Students, Alumni Attend Grid Pep Rally With their enthusiasm only slightly dampened by typical "Big Weekend" weather, over 2,000 students and alumni massed in Rec Hall last night to cheer Penn State's football fortunes into condition for the home opener with Bucknell's Thundering Herd. "We'll be on the spot tomorrow afternoon," Coach Bob Higgins said, 'because Bucknell is tougher than last year. But whatever happens, I'll still say that-"fen Krouse is the best captain I've ever had." Speaking in behalf of the football squad, which could not be present because, ol previous training plans, Captain Len Krouse said, "One thing-is certain—we'll give back to you tomorrow everything that you have given us tonight." Another highlight of the rally was the appearance of Coach Bill Hollenbach and 15 members of his 1912 Lion grid team, which is now iecognized as one of the best outfits in Penn State football history. Other speakers included: William . F. Finn '42, football manager; Ea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 October 1941

YOUR Penn State RING •—•—• L- G. Balfou Co. Located in Charles Fellow Shop 108 S. Alien St. Crum Jenkins _^ Agent Let Us Serve You Too AFTER THE GAME PARTY ICE _Delivered in Sanitary Leak Proof Packages Dial 84 HILLSIDE ICE AND STORAGE CO N. Patterson Si IE DAILY COLLEGIAN ! "Tor A Better Penn State" _jtobiished 1940. . _Succezsor to, the IY'nn StJ-to _ColUxinz, \ _eatolilinhed 1904. and the Fre _^ ; I«anoe, _established 1887. JPuhHHhed daily _except Sunday and Monday _during tb<: sulor College ypnr by the stuitcnts of The Peunaylvaninato College. Entered as sccond-claa_* matter July 8. 1984 the J?ont-olVa> at State College, Pa., under the act oi: hrcJr. 8,'. 187a. t Editor _ _dHtSf e>_ Bus. and Adv. Mgr,. ? ss Lehman '42 <*SfflgF> James McCaughej- *42 Utorial and _Buflinesn Ot'l'_we Downtown Office 818 Old Main Bldrt. 119-121 South Fraaier St. 1 Phone 711 Phon.j 4372 ' Junior Editorial Board—Gnnior_. I.. Ccy, Donald...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 October 1941

PENN STATERS—ALUMNI Visit The RED AND WHITE TAVERN Mixed Drinks 3'/a Miles North of Beliefonte _>Sea Food _^ FLOOR SHOW EVERY NIGHT .HARRY'S TAVERN ngSt BeUefonte Eugene H. Lederer REAL ESTATE Beaver Ave. Dial 4066 Stale College Booters Open Season Against Colgate Today Nilfany Lions Seek 62 Straight Win By POM GOLAB Seeking to continue their astounding winning streak, which "lias reached 61 consecutive games without defeat in the past eight seasons, the Nittany Lion soccermen .will begin their quest for a ninth. unblemished season against Colgate at Hamilton, N. Y. today. Since Penn State has never met the Red Raider's soccer squad before, the calibre of the opposition is pretty much of a question mark. However, some indication of the strength of Coach Joe Dalgety's booters may be had from their performance against Cornell last Saturday. Although losing, 2-1, to the strong Ithacans, Colgate turned in some spectacular field work and put up a cagey defens...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 October 1941

Rides Wanted R.W.—Phila. L. Fri., Oct. 17 after 12. R. Sunday after 5. C 2011, Ciriacy. R.W.—New York or vicinity. L Fri. at 3. C. 132 Grange, 5051. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of Federai Deposit Insurance Corporation TONIGHT THE ?m m _rs esent pi A BIG LAUGH HIT THE MALE ANIMAL "Rises to screamingly funny heights." —New York World-Telegram The Auditorium 7:30 P.M. 75c Phis 8c Tax There will i>e plenty of time, after the shpw for you to attend the cider party.' . ' ALUMNI WELCOME, GRADS! Hotel IBrockerhof\ Bellefoiite Dinners 12:00 to 2:30 and 6:00 to 7:00 Dancing _Coclraiill Lounge WOMEN IN SPORTS _llllllllllllllllllllllllilllllliliH._IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Mud Doesn't Count Igniting wind and rain, 17 sophomores and juniors chased an elusive hockey ball through mud on Holmes Field yesterday. Despite their determination, it was necessary to call the game and players took refuge on the Theta iforch. Junio...

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

Caterers Group Frosh Customs Extended Holds Meeting Until After Christmas A constitution drawn up last year was adopted at a reorganization meeting of the Penn State Interfraternity Caterers association held at the Sigmr. Alpha Epsilon fraternity Sunday night, according to Herbert C. Jennings '43, president. The group, although not a part of the Interfraternity Council, is made up of fraternity caterers who want to nromote cooperation and establish good will among the caterers of the _national and local fraternities of social standing ' at Penn State. "Complete support of all the fraternities is _tho only factor which has caused delay in taking too- many steps forward," Jennings .pointed out. He added that the group was not interested in large scale buy'ng immediately but rather, to form the basis for a growing organization. The group believes, however, that measurable savings can be affected by the cooperative purchase of many food articles. Jennings stated that several of the ...

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

GET SEI -HOI ¦ " lot. :-- _- 1ML :;_-_ mm FUll ;DRKS 259 JK* $flhfe _Hwrcn _IWiwwj_, _Tww« Students—Support Your Team This Weekend H you travel to Philadelphia by car, be sure . .to. fill up your lank with AMOCO GAS— at the _kWimm STREET SERVICE STATION 215 S. Aiherion St H. Clay Musser—Prop me mm mmm "For -J». Betteir Penn State'" ».(j\)>ty)h«1 . J9t0. . Kuccrwior to the Penn State _Colleumn, ontabllBlicd M04, mid ll)c Free Lmice, established 1B87, _Pnblinhctl daily _exceed .Sunday and Monday _during th« _^'CKUlai* ¦ Gollcfre year . I>y ¦ the ntudenta _ot The Pcnnnytvanin. Jit_^_te ¦ _CojIcKC. _Wniereil an. nocond-cliuin matter July li, 103* n-l Ui'o 'Ponl-offW at St-at/_s Golleno, Pa., under tho act or. : 'M*rcIi'6, _J87!t. /Editor _^ssest_^.Bus " and _AdtTo Mgc. Ross y Lehman r*_fr<D_3gggP,> Tames McC_&ughatf- W Kditoi-ial mid BuBinc-sn Office I_}owntown Office 813 Old Mnhi BldR. 1.19-121. South Frailer St Phono .7)1 Pho...

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

STUDENTS L' a REGISTER NOW FOR THE $2.00 PRIZE GIVEN AWAY FREE DAILY Al GLENNLAND GRILL "Next to the Swimming Pool" FRED'S Football Contest ICK SCORE 810 PRIZE Penn State —Temple IN PICK WINNERS Bucknell— Boston TJ _fcl Colgate— Duke—Lehigh— Ursinus—Syracuse— N. Y. U«- West Va.— Fordham-Piii— Minnesota MEAL TICKETS Use this coupon for your prediction Winner October 4—George Decker Winner October 11—William Sheulinski FRED'S RESTAURANT GalbrailhPicksiwim Candidates For Workouts After an extensive tryout program planned and given by Coach Bob Galbraith with the help of Captain 'Elmer Webb and the remainder of last year's team, atthe Glennland Swimming Pool last week, picked candidates reported yesterday for the first of a series of workouts at iRec Hall. The new candidates with "Gal" and the team went through muscle conditioning exercises, consisting of running, stretching, and cales thenics designed to tone up the body and muscles in preparatio...

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

And in the future— FEMPIE WEEKEND _CWEN -DANCE PLEDGE -DANCES HOUSEPAKIY Them All Demand Neat Appearance have your clothes CLEANED And PRESSED State _Collogi* ¦ Dial 3461 ! Under The _Cotae* » i _B_^stenie "m_^h&t?** mm for a Definitely MILDER COOLER BETTER TASTE Dmokers everywhere know you can travel a long way and never find another cigarette that can match Chesterfield for a Milder Cooler Belter Taste. It's Chesterfield's Right Combination of the.world's best cigarette tobaccos that wins the approval of i n smokers all over the country. Let the Navy's choice be Chesterfield. next pack your choice ... make your go /keS^^^_ffA EVERYWHERE YOU Cop»n«hi 1941, _Licckir 1 Mibi To_«.coi Co. 'Limited Coniacl tails _lonorrow Limited association with freshman and transfer women will toegin tomorrow with "dutch treat" dates outside sorority houses and freshman and transfer rooms, according to Jean A. Crauser '4'2, Panhellenic president...

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