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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 October 1941

make your selections. Then all you have to do is mail your e;iiry to the.Collegian. DAILY COLLEGIAN GRID CONTEST Who's Who Lists 20 Outstanding Campus Leaders Twenty senior campus leaders have recently been chosen as Penn State's .representatives in the 1941-42 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Chosen on the basis of character, leadership, scholarship and potentialities, biographies of the |||||_£ " ''_- -^^_p^| _^_fit* . ' following seniors will be included §f|||i|k , -_^_fe _siS _^E*'1' in the eighth annual edition of ' fflffiffi| j|&/', '_^lHj _flL * ¦ this _studenf's Who's Who: Robert ?""*"»&'** ' **_#» « * —** ¦ D. Baird, All-College president; PERSONALITY MAN — Dr. Rob-Jean Babcock, WSGA president; ert g_. Bernreuter, professor of Gerald F. Doherty_, All-College ___£Sychoiogy advised the class of '45 vice president; William F. Finn, football manager; Thomas J. Henson, IFC president; A. Roswell Gilbert, Froth ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 October 1941

' _^_SJ _Kalin's Men's Shop 130 S. Allen St Hop call lor correct formal wear in either black, or midnight blue A complete line of Formal Thespians Present _Goltags Profess®* Says; Yes I do hope for the good old days — when a pansy was a flower and fanny was a girl's name. Frs. & Sat. - Schwab ?k-y0 7 & 8 7 p. m Auditorium CORRECT F_0RMM WEAR _N i _iQl HQUSEPARTY tyi/ Tuxedoes $24.50 Tails $2150 % Houseparty and Soph THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" Established 19-10. _Successor to the Penn _StfUe CollcKiau_, _eUtallllnlied 1004, mid the Free Lnnce, established 188". _Publiolicd dnily except Sunday nnd Monday during the .regular College year by the atudente of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 6, 1034 nt the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act of March 8, 1879. Editor _^_wta_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Rosa Lehman '42 "_^_Hg_^ James McCaughey '4S Editorial and Business Office...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 October 1941

tabor Conference Postponed indefinitely The labor conference scheduled to be held here Saturday and Sunday has been indefinitely postponed J. O. Keller, assistant to President Ralph D. Hetzel in charge of extension, announced yesterday. The postponment was made necessary, Mr. Keller said; because of the inability of many of the speakers and groups scheduled "for participation to attend. Prepare For War Of ideas, Warnock Tells Fraternities A. R. Warnock, dean ol men, addressed an appeal to fraternities yesterday to join in the nationwide movement to fit young American citizens for the national emergency. "Guns, tanks, and airplanes cannot be built in fraternity houses," he said. "Nor can armies be trained there. But there is no better kind of practicum than fraternity chapter houses for providing certain peculiar kinds of 'fitting' for young citizens "to be sturdy factors in the national welfare. Americans must provide for a war of ideas as well as guns." Dean Warnock, who se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 October 1941

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 October 1941

SMART SHOP J ViElanova [ ] Duquesne SIZZLING STEAKS ITALIAN SPAGHETTI BAR-B-GM ] Pittsburgh [] Ohio State FORMAL and FESTIVE WEAR _iNow is the time to buy both formal and informal dresses, evening skirts and blouses for that exciting houseparty weekend. Thp Tat.pst -fashirma ma_\r \\a fVvii Yirl af r.ViP [ ] Temple [ ] Boston _College B 6 SAVINGS Buy Now At McLANAHAN fc SALE Thursday—Friday—Saturday McLANAHAN'S DRUG STORE 124 S. Alien St. Phone 3411 Brown [] Yale Anolemn Wallpapei Paints RENOVATE NOW Porter and Weber Headquarter _s for Sherwin-Williams Paints 126 S. Frazier Si Dial 2793 Imperial Wallpaper . Brushes [j [] Princeton Harvard [ ] Syracuse _f 1 Wisconsin EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT MILLER'S MARKET QUALITY MEATS, EGGS, GROCERIES, POULTRY. MILK 104 W. Beaver Ave. Free Delivery [ ] Tulane [ I Vanderbilt SIGNALS! YOU CALL EM-WE HAVE 'EM £ O o W C. o _CJ3 • Jayson Shirts • w.errib...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 October 1941

ALL HANDS POINT To The Classified Many of the readers of The Daily Collegian, every year, use its Classified Column to great advantage. The services if gives are manyuse of its space costs liftle. Want fo BUY or SELL? Something LOST or FOUND? Have a ROOM or APARTMENT FOR RENT? USE THE COLLEGIAN CLASSIFIED: IT PAYS. PHONE 7 or 4372 Second Coffee How By popular request WSGA Senate and Junior Service Board will sponsor a second coffee hour in Atherton Hall from 6:30 to 7:30 o'clock tonight. Group songs and cheers will be led by R. Helen. Gordon '42. All coeds are invited 'to attend the coffee hour. We, The Women Here's One For The Experts 'Round and 'round one goes, What to do, no one knows. One _organization omitted in the _bombardment in .yesterday's column was Panhellenic Council. But then it is, incorrect to dub it an organization since that is what it so decidedly lacks. Last year's confusion was baffling; this year's is worse. First, no one knew what time to pop-i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 October 1941

I LU mt _^ \t . > •^_w/^^_S_^_i_^s_^3 ^^^_os_^r^^ Lenses Duplicated from Broken. Pieces EXPERT REPAIR WORK Prompt Service * * * Dr. Eva B_. Roan East College Avenue Opp: Atherton Hall Boofers' Streak Weaver Out Endangered By With Broken Powerful Middies , ,-_ ..•_- One of. the finest Navy soccer teams in years is training its guns on the Nittany Lion it will stalk on New Beaver Field Saturday in an attempt to end a _phenomenal winning" streak which has reached 64 games. .Built about a nucleus of outstanding lettermen from last year's varsity and two flashy prospects who ran riot on the Plebe team last year, .the _Middie eleven is good, rough, and rugged, and has trounced Virginia, Gettysburg, and Duke this season. Promising .to cause the Jeffreymen no end of trouble are Andy Andrews aggressive, quick-thinking captain; Bud Woodson, Ail-American prospect, Henry Sweitzer, alert goalie, Bill Crawford, deceptive halfback; and varsity newcomers Behounek and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 29 October 1941

ADRIENNE AMES ¦f_&_ti . (star of stage, screen and radio) villi many training camps In her job a Chairman of the Entertainment Com mittee of the Home Legion. A carto of Chesterfields is a mighty welcom gift for the men In camp. * \4_*f I ../^ _f_~ f '<' I _^ jm Follow the lead ofAdrienne Ames and send / ffie men in the camps the cigarette that's Definitely MILDER and BETTER-TASTING /v\Q - _%_x< Everything about Chesterfield for your pleasure and convefrom their fine, rightly blended is made h • 0©^ ^*n ' ence «" tobaccos to their easy-to-dpen cello * phane jacket that keeps Chesterfield always Fresher and Cooler-Smoking, Buy a pack and try them, You're sure to like them because the big thing that's pushing Chesterfield ahead all over the country is the approval of smokers like yourself. 4; &. _ms ¦* e \ -1iD\' - ,Vxi > X •* _Q _^ i _Y EVERYWHERE YOU GO 3_& Copyright J9_M, ^•^^_HH»&a...

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

Tribunal Proves _oft!*.' : . ' , Original In Latest _Frosh Penalties Inventive ability was shown by Tribunal;last night as it punished several frosh violators. ' Thespian's fall houseparty show will'receive free publicity for the coming week as Joe Canon, member of the show's cast, will parade around 'campus with a revealing pant's1 style' and signs stating "What's ' .Coming Off?" David Crolt differed with Tribunal on its mode of punishment in an "off the record" discussion with the LefHer-led board. This forum led to' a review of Perm State's and the U. S.'s laws. David's punishment consists of dressing as a ghost with _ a sheet and pillow case and carrying signs stating, "Tribunal Didn't Give Me A Ghost of A Chance'_^ and "My Blood Was Drawn." . Carrying two signs stating "Tribunal Jarred Me" and "I Am Herb Wohlman. Better Never Late," the above mentioned Frosh will be required ¦ to carry his "bible" in a five-gallon jar. .'. Showing no.. regard for high school records, "the...

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

_esptans resen Wist s _Lonuns Oti f 00L_63SSSAYS "The difference between a bachelor girl and an old maid is that a bachelor girl is never married, while an old maid is never married . . or anything. Fri. &$at, Schwab Nop. 1 & 3 7 pa «_a, - _huMomm WHY- When Good I.EXTS AND SUPPLIES Will Make Your Work Easier? KEELER'S in the Cat]mum Theater Bid® ?^^"_^: _' ^^T^&^^^^^^^^^ _Hidnite Bin© Double-Breasfed $1Q95 We made a special purchase of fine evening wear and We have not sacrificed quality pass the savings to you. Use our extended charge plan 1/3 Down 1/3 Dec. 10th 1/3 Jan. 10th Chares Fellow Shop 109 S. Allen SI THE DAILY COLUGUN "For A Better Penn State" Vfot-nfoli_&_hort 1910. _SncccRnor to tho Penn Stalo Collci_?iin», _oatnlilislicil H)(M. _nnti (he Free I_^_inrcs, established 1RR7. - l?ul._il iR|icd clnily c-xcciit Sundax' oiid Mondny dui'inK _t.hn peglilnr CoIIcrc year Iiy (he students or The Pennsyl...

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

_^_ry_^tX _MiX_^ Mens Apparel CORNER A LLEN AN D B EA VE R YOUR h; p. DATE WILL ENJOY SophHop with Jan S avitt Hatters and The Top _F riday, November 7 Dancing 9 to 2 for Arrow Shirts Arrow Ties Arrow Underweai at Chares ellow Shop 109 S. Allen St RAINWEAR In All Models At CHARLES FELLOW SHOP 109 S. Allen St Two Harriers Injured On Eve Of NYU Meet The high-flying undefeated cross-country team wilj meet an equally strong NYU loam tomorrow—with two of * the first stringers limping. _JErferm Gofl'berg and Mac Smith turned out for yesterday's practice, ¦ a: light luneup, with bad ankles'. .<¦*¦' * im •' "t NYU BACK—Johnny Tiguc_, Violet back, has been seeing service often, in the NYU baekfield. Coach Mai Stevens expects big things from the back against the Lions tomorrow night. _Iniramurals IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII _IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIK FOOTBALL Independent contests in the Intramural Football League...

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

FINE PORTRAITS FINE WORKMANSHIP Ami Heammablu _Priced! PENN STATE PHOTO SHOP 214 E. College Ave. By _AppoinlmenJ FRATERNITIES!:. _v Have You Tried New BEAVER BROS. BREADS and SWEET ROLLS Cali ' ''[»iS«j . ¦ r !_- Beaver Bro Phone Lewistown 79 J _ifcV Robert _*Nk YQUN_0 <._<,_*$._% Ruth; ..:;," ¦ .. mr hussey £13L__L M-G-MHit w& — WE _tpwmNi ?< * *?§ ITOU'LLGOOUT lAiimm Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30. 8:3d I TODAY - FRIDAY 1 S^^^^ Shows at 1:30, 3:00; 6:30. 8:30 Gnosis n Goblins Frolick In Dorms Witches and goblins will help create Hallowe'en atmosphere at dorimtory parties this week.' The four Atherton Hall units had Hallowe'en parties after hall meetings last night. Cider and cookies were served. McCormick Dorm, frolicked at ..a costume party last night at which Marie Scialabba, social chairman, was in charge. Farmers will swing their partners at a barn dance at the Nittany Coop at 8 p. m. Saturday. Mary H. S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 31 October 1941

Helzel instigates Civilian Defense Unit For Campus Taking measures for the civilian protection o£ the faculty and student body. President Ralph D. _Hetzel last night advised Dr. J. F. Shigley, chairman of the State College Borough Council of Defense, that the College wishes to establish a campus defense divi- . . This action is in cooperation with a request from Dr. A. C. Marts, evecutive director of the State Council of Defense, and is associated with the national program of civilian defense directed by Fiorello La Guardia. The petition, in addition to requesting the formation of the Penn _~ State College Division under the local defense council, nominates members for the executive committee of such a campus unit. Representatives of the faculty and" staff nominated by President Hetzel are Dean of _^ Men A. R. Warnock, chairman; E. K. Hibshman, secretary of the Alumni Association; Coi. E. D. Ardery, head of the department of military science and tactics; Carl P.-Schott, dean o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 31 October 1941

T-h \» i Bl _^_ngr ou (HE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Slate'" )jfitfll>li»lioil 1010. Successor to the Term Stalo Onllcirmn, established 1001, nnd the Free Lance, _cstablinhod 1887. _fuhlifihcd dolly except Sunday and Mondny durinpr tb<! t-eeular -College yew .by the students of The _PcnnitylvnniiL fUnto ColloBe. ._Tiintoved an neenn el-clans matter July B, 19,1* vX the Fo3t-ofCic« at. State College, Pa., under tho act. _sC tlftroh -8, _ilBfO. Editor _^*>?Bfc _ Bus. and _Adv„ Mg?» Ross Lehman "42 ^^P** James McCaughejr *A8 Ediloi-inl nnd Business Office Downtown Office 813 Old Main _Bldfj. 119.-121 South Frailer St. .Phone - ,71.1. Phono 4372 Women's Editor—Jonnnc C. Sti!c< '42; _JWanacInn: Editor—JWin A. Bncr '42; Spm-l--- Editor—A. Pat _NnRolborit '42 Feature Editor—Willinm .T _McKninhb '42; News Editor—filnnley d. _._PoKomimer ' ¦(¦ /-., Wnin'-n_'_is _Kcsilure Editor—Alio.i;' M. Murray ''.I; Women': Si-crl:- tldilor—K. _Hejon Cord...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 31 October 1941

The Correct Thing For University Men THE UNIVERSITY GAB Sll LEE _^n/.d2/tit& wr^—^ MEN'S APPAREL Corner of Alien _=ind Beaver Head... "' aT'_^'LaC* Lee LEE supplies the HAT-l-Wm Let the nearest store that sells LEE Water-Bloc* Hats fit your head into this new semi-telescope—the Bcnrcroft — with a slightly narrow hand and a hound edge brim. Wear it snapped way back. For only 5 Bucks, you'll be a bearcat in The Bearcrol't. _H - /*_£ LEE HATS 35a Fifth Avenue- New Yori ]¦* Reg. U.S. Pat. OH Four Sophomores To Start On Line For Nittany Eleven (Continue'*! from Page One) Higgins has warned his team that NYU has a powerful running attack. Perhaps tonight's Blue and White strategy will favor an aerial game because Penn State's squad has-been concentrating on passes in this week's practice. To add weight to the backfield, Coach Higgins has indicated that ho intends to start Bill Debler at the tailback post in favor of the elusive Pepper Petr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 31 October 1941

Eugene ti Lederer REAL ESTATE 114 E. Beave? Ave. Dial 4066 State College we carry the most _complete lie in central mm. WE ISSUE HUNTING LICENSES At METZGER'S Shop A Common Expression in Town and Campus "YOU CAN GET II AT METZGER r HUNTING SEASON IS HERE DOLORES SAYS The funniest thing I ever heard was $ock Kennedy jelling the Thespians, "For God's suite, fellows, lets make this next show a clean one." Fri. &^ai _Hov_* 1 & 8 1p Schwab m* Auditorium n' Present Thespians rains Off f _Iweiif lipecM /At Cunp _CiifaS} Twenty coeds are expected to attend WRA's fourth Camp Counselors' Conference at the WRiA Cabin from. 1:30 p. m. tomorrow until 10 . 'i. m. Sunday, according to Dorolihy J. Jennings '44, general chairman. The program will include demonstrations of fire-building, wood chopping, campcraft, and blanket rolling. (Prospective counselors will cook a one-pot meal for _supper and pancakes and bacon on tin cans for •break...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 November 1941

I, 42-0 10,000 Fans Brave Downpour At Polo Grounds By PAT NAGELBERG Collegian Sports Editor POLO GROUNDS, New York, Oct 31 — The Nittany Lions of Penn State took the big city toy storm/•this evening as they ran roughshod over New York University's team at the Polo Grounds by a 42-0 score. Ten thousand fans braved the steady rain to see State victorious in its first visit to New York in seven years. The Nittanymen tallied once in the first quarter, twice in the second period and added insult to injury by (tallying three more touchdowns in the third. Points after touchdowns were scored after. all six touchdowns as Coach Bob Higgins used every available player. The victory gave State a two to one edge in the short series between (the two colleges, one game ending in a •tie. The Lions took command of the battle at the very outset. .Midway in the initial _periods Bill Smaltz passed to Captain Len Krouse from NYU's 34, and Krouse caught the ball on the ten to run for the first touch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 November 1941

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation IHE DAILY _COlLmi "tor A Belter Penn State" J'lf;(j>bHniiwl 1940. Successor to _tho Ten- T_5UU-- _Coiliijn.1- . _cBlnlilinlied 1904 a-tul tlio Free _Lnnce, _otnblinbs.1 1887. Published daily « ¦i cnvl' Sur.iliiy nutl Monday during th._« fcOfjular _Colloife _yenr lty the Mudents of The Pennsylvania fitala _CoMcku. Entei'Hi n? sccond-clnr-. _= matter July B, 1!)3<1 i-l. "the _PoBUottii:« _u\ Stale _College. Pu.. under th_* act it March- 8, 187!). _Edittos _^_es_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgs:. Mobs Lehmac "42<B _WFI> James McCaughey *4,2 >Kditori&l and _Busmen G£Hc» Downtown _OfCion 818 Old Mafn Bids. 110-121 South Frazler St.. Phono 711 Phone _«_72 XVomen'ii Editor—Jot...ro C. Stilt- '%"; Manasini Editor—¦ ITHin A. Bacr '42; SwH_^ Editor—A. Pat _Naprfbcrjr '42; j^'cabure Editor—Wlllinm J. McKniilit '\Z; New;_= Editor—i-Klanley J. _PoKempner _MH: Women's Fea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 November 1941

ion Gridders town NYU, 42-0 it Polo Grounds , (Continued lrom Page One) jiorts' fifth score minutes later on i short smash through center after in intercepted pass by John Day on he NYU 25. 'Ralph Ventresco con'erted. Tackle Bob Halpin crashed nto the scoring column at the end )£. the quarter <by blocking Millnan's pass on the Violet 20 and unning with the ball for a touchlown. Ventresco converted. The final quarter found the Violets making their only threat )f' the muddy battle as they marchid from their, own 41 to State's 17 _lefore losing the ball. As the game m ' ded, Tackle Bernie Brosky intercepted Joe Frank's pass on State's en and traveled to NYU's 45 beore he was brought down from belind. FIRST QUARTER "NYU could not gain after Sjnaltz n'cked o£L. An exchange of punts _;ave State the ball on the NYU 47. 5mallz passed to Krouse for a first [own on the 35. . Another exchange if kicks gave State-the ball on the IYU 41. .Petrella and Smaltz pick- < Summary p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 1 November 1941

FOR HOUSEPAR ieheiitful e now _£J_& mart bhop South Allen St Present Thespians What's Coming Off I DOLORES SAYS: Her boy friend isn't looking for a commission in the army; he just wants a better straight salary Fri.&Sat. NOV.7&8 7 p. Schwab Auditorium - ^^ ^^^||g|gj|^_- . mX _&_Mmtw7_^_EfflBM Shows at I:36_^3_itt0_^1_g0_^j|30 Men, Beware Spinsters Wait To Strike 10 Men To Vie For Mortar Board Invites 31 To Annual Dance King Dogpatch Title Non-Greeks Voice Organization Desire Once again, independent women have voiced thei_* desire fox an organization that will give them unity and an opportunity for organized activity and social functions. Non-Greek coeds are striving to be established on a parallel with IMA. Their goal would be to join the national independent association established for men's and women's groups. The main advantage advanced for the plan is .that non-Greeks will belong to a definite group and,...

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