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5 Red Raiders Gain Places on
First Team—Hardy Named
By GEORGE A. SCOTT '3l
Colgate University’s undefeated
and untied Red' Raiders gained five
of the eleven berths on an all-oppon
ent team selected by twenty-two Nit
tany Lion gridders this week. Har
vard placed three of its players, and
Syracuse, Temple, - and Waynesburg
one each on the mythical eleven.
Irad Hardy, all-American tackle at
Harvard last year, snared the major
honors in the balloting, receiving the
highest number of votes accorded a
single player, sixteen, as well as
recognition as the outstanding player
to face the Lions this season. Cap
tain Carl Hagcman, a teammate,
trailed Hardy by a single vote in
popularity among the Lions.
Many Opponents Listed
Other opponents named as outstand
ing in their play against the Nittany
gridders were Captain Jack Morton,
Sewanee tackle, Thompson, Sewanee,
guard, “Rah” Currie, Waynesburg
halfback, Ben Crickard, Harvard,
Winnie Anderson, Rowe, Soleau, El
lis, and Smith, of Colgate, Pulley,
Temple and Paul, Waynesburg cen
In addition to the two teams select
ed, honorable mention is given Lee,
Prondecki, Van HsuscAi, Conroy,
Fritts and Lyon of Colgate; Pilconis,
Graham, Veneroso, Kemmerer, Pul
ley, Whittock, Kilkuskie, Zukas and
Johnson of Temple; Nazro, Esterly,.
Crane, Casey, Pescosolido and Dean,
of Harvard; Lombardi, Wamsack, Di-
Nunzio, and Fishel, of Syracuse; Brn
jas and Paul, of Waynesburg; and K.
Clark and Eagleston, of Sewanee.
College sports writers collaborated
In the selection of an all-Beaver field
eleven, which is listed in the accom
BALLROOM DANCING INSTRUCTlON—ln
cllviiliml instruction for beftinnora. Phone
779-. T or hoc Mrs. F. J. Hnnrtthan, Fyc
ALTERATIONS —Suits ami topcoats rolined.
' suits remodeled. Special attention nnd ser
vice aiven on Indies' enrmontx. Dry clean
ing. pressing. See Frank Korol, care of
Stetson D. ’ etch
FOR RENT—Warm comfortable room with
double-deck bed. Moderate prices. 113 W.
Nittany Avc. Phone GDO-J. ltpdHß
FOR RENT—Desirable, room, three windows,
steam -heat, single beds. To lie shared with
graduate student. 103 Park and Allen.
Phone f>.R. ItnpFW
FOR RENT —One large second floor room.!
four windows, steam heated. To students or
busir.'jss people, Northeast corner Atherton !
St. and Foster Avc. Mrs. R.' O. Graham, I
235 S. Atherton St. Phone SI3-J. ltnpHUj
LOST—Green Parker pen and pencil set. Call]
toinmetz. Phone 270. ltcompßCS’*
That are different are what
you w,ant for the home
folks this vacation.
You Can Get Them At
Home of Unusual Gifts
Opposite Front Campus
A. NASH CLOTHES
Made to Yottr Individual Measurements—-$10.50 to $20.50
C. W. HARDY, Tailor
Opposite Postoffice . Phone 24
n Gridders Choose 2 All-Opponent Elevens
All-Opponent Football Teams
(12) W. Anderson, Colgate
(16) Hardy, Harvard
(10) Tindall, Syracuse
( 7) Peters, Colgate
( 8) D. Rubin, Temple
(11) B: Ellis, Colgate
(15) Hageman, Harvard
( 8) Soleau, Colgate
(11) Crickard, Harvard
( 7) Currie, Waynesburg
(13) Rowe, Colgate
1932 All-Beaver Field Team
(Selected by the Collegian)
Williams, Lebanon Valley
Morton, Sewanee '
.W. Singer, Syracuse •
LOST —Black nnd yellow Purker fountnln pen
on College Avc. opposite unite.
Webster Taylor. 301 W. Beaver Acv. Phone
NOTICE —Reduced rent to ttudent in return
for nmall amount of work each week. Mr*.
R. O. Graham, 255 S. Atherton St. * Phone
818-J. ' ltnpHll
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER—Typing of re
ports, themes, theses, and form letters on
short notice at reasonable prices. State Col
logc Hotel. Phone 300. cTucch
THANKSGIVING BUS—To Camden. One
way, $4.50. round trip $8.50. Leaves Wed
nesday, 1 p, m. Returns Sunday night.
Phone R. Goldfine at 19tl for reservations.
WANTED—Three passengers to Philadelphia,
Tuesday • morning. A. W. Rodgers. State
' College Bakery. Phone 53. itchjms
WANTED—Passengers to Philadelphia over
Thanksgiving. Leave Wednesday noon. Re
turn Monday morning; 1031 Ford sedan.
■Round trip. $O.OO. Phone 412-J. ltpdHß
WANTED —Passengers to New York or New
England. Leave Wednesday afternoon. Call
Hammond. Frcnr Hall, first floor. ltpdHß
WANTED—Passengers to Philadelphia for
Thanksgiving recess. 1932 Chrysler sedan.
Vic Karp, G2-W. ItpdW
Caterers: For Your Thanksgiving Party
GOLDEN PUMPKIN PIE
SPICY FRUIT CAKE
The Electric Bakery
.Phgncl6o?“ : 127. Wcst Bcaver' AVcnueb *
With Tears of Laughter Streaming Dowir Their Checks
They’ve Just Seen
JOE E. BROWN
“You Said a Mouthful”
First National Mirlhquake with
Joe Wins the Swim Marathon and
Breaks the Laugh Record ! !
See it—and Be Thankful for Thanksgiving! _
1 A Warner OiothcisTtoUc.
(Selected by 22 Lion Varsity Players)
K. Clark, Sewanee
Wogan, Lebanon Valley
Volkin, Lebanon Valley
Feeser, Lebanon Valley
Stone, Lebanon Valley
All transactions with de
positors are “dealings be
helpful, and absolutely
First National Bank
OF STATE COLLEGE
STATE COLLEGE, PA.
John* T. McCormick, President
David F. Kapp, Cashier
Rolling in the Aisles
THE PENN ST.
Second Team Voles
W. Singer, Syracuse (4)
Morton, Sewanee (8)
L. Thompson, Sewanee (5)
Reese, Temple ( 5)
-Smith, Temple ( 7)
Bancroft, Harvard ( 4)
• Gudd, Temple (5)
•Wells, Harvard (6)
.• Ask, Colgate ( 5)
Samuels, Colgate ( 7)
L. Stark, Syracuse (7)
Brims and Turbans
New Line in Velvet Dresses
THE GREATEST OF ALL GIFTS I
At Today’s Modest Prices/ Will Fill . Your Christmas List,
• At Surprising Savings
TUe Penn State Photo Shop
212 East College Avenue State, College
Hamas Faces End
Of Boxing Career
An injured knee may stop the
rise of Steve Hamas in the fistic
world for all time, according to re
ports from the former Lion athlete,
who wrenched the ligaments in his
knee several months ago.
After spending six weeks in the
hospital, -during which time, an op-‘
eration was performed, but the in
jured knee failed to respond to
treatment, Hamas has now turned
to coaching a Mautak, N. Y., high
school football eleven.
Wc Wish To Announce
The Opening of The
College Barber Shop
Quick Service .
. Opposite Postoffice -
No raw tobaccos in Luckies
—that’s why they’re so mild
W/ E buy the finest, the aging and mellowing, are
™ very finest tobaccos then given the benefit of
in all the world—but that 1 that Lucky Strike purify
does not explain why folks i n g process, described by
everywhere regard Lucky the words— It s toasted
•Strike as the mildest ciga- That’s why' folks in every
■ rette.The fact is,we never and hamlet say
overlook the truth that that Luckies are such mild
“Nature in the Raw is ■ cigarettes. ,
| Seldom Mild”—so these It s toasted"
.. .fine tobaccos, after proper . That package of mild Luckies
LET YOUR DOLLARS DO DOUBLE DUTY
- DURING OUR " •
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
$1 i£ on all SUITS
■ fllV| Included are Bracburn, Society Brand,
' A Ull Campus Togs and Hart SchafTncr &
, Marx., New fall models.
$1.50 New Smart Shirts - - - $l.OO
$1.50 Scarfs - - - - - - $l.OO
$1.50 Union Suits - - - - - $l.OO
2 pairs 75c Golf Hose - - - - $l.OO
2 $l,OO Ties - - - - - - $l.OO,
$1.50 Pajamas - - - - - - $l.OO
3 50c Shirts or Shorts - - - $l.OO
4 pairs 35c Hose - - - - - - $l.OO
$1.50 Sport Sweaters - -- - - $l.OO
$1.50 Spats, grey, tan - - - - $l.OO
aJT on all SHOES
1 Oil Florsheim,* Walk-Over, Nunn-Bush, >
■ UJjJL Friendly Five, Red Cross and Mofl
erri Miss'for men and women.
.Opposite Front Campus
Friday, November 18, 1932
famous animat ss
vage charge of (he
>ceros crash'tn if
tmed jungle* *'N a»
is Seldom Mild"
:cos have no place