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i I Education Aids
"Through the widespread edu
cation of many mineral engineers
and technologists, there has spread
a reservoir of trained men in Penn
sylvania whose value to national
defense cannot be over estimated,”
Dr. William M. Myers, professor
of mineral economics and technol
ogy, has announced.
On the other hand, the mineral
resources of Pennsylvania have
also kept step and this state now
is the No. 1 source of the primary
materials of warfare, such as pro
duction and processing of mineral
products, coal, petroleum, cement,
refractories, and steel, Dr. Meyers
Fundamental materials can be
produced easily and technological
advances have been greatly speed
ed up to insure no prolonged delay,
Dr. Meyers maintained. This as
sures the consolidation of the na
tional defense program without
needing to expand Pennsylvania’s
"The application of new methods
in mining and petroleum, vsjith its
useful by-products, has stimulated
the industries and created a natur
al tendency to maintain an efficient
system,” Dr. Meyers concluded.
, Millinder Starts Term
Richard Millinder left' the
county jail at Belief on te a little
after 8 o’clock this morning for
the Western State Penitentiary at
Pittsburgh to begin the life sen
tence recommended by. a jury
last Friday for the killing of Faye
Gates. Millinder was taken to
Pittsburgh by Sheriff Edward R.
■Miller and Thomas Mosier, coun
ty game protector, who was depu
tized by the sheriff.
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George Murphy, Mischa Auer
Charles Ruggles, Elsa Maxwell
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"Vandalism Hus! Stop/
Watkins Warns Students
Denouncing petty thievery and
defacing of campus buildings as
“vandalism,” Ray V. Watkins,
scheduling officer, yesterday rei
terated his warning, given last
spring, that students committing
such acts are liable to expulsion
from the College.
“More than $lOO worth of
spigots, door handles and other
equipment was'stolen from the
new buildings, mainly Liberal
Arts, last spring,” Mr. Watkins
said. “This year, the College is
determined to stop all depreda
Under Rule 85 of the under
graduate regulations, the College
has the power to expel students
for acts of this nature,.he point
The rule reads “The right is
reserved to sever at any time
the College connection...of any
student . . whose conduct is pre
judicial to the good name of the
Farmers" Defense Board
Begins Organization Here
Preliminary steps looking for
ward to the organization of a
State Farmers’ Defense Board are
now in the hands of an executive
committee of 22 farmers from all
parts of Pennsylvania as a result
of an election by Agricultural
Conservation committeemen on
the campus here.
Thirteen hundred community
and county committeemen repre
senting 70,000 Pennsylvania farm
ers participating in the AAA
Agricultural Conservation pro
gram have elected the following
members of an executive com
mittee to take steps toward the
integration of all phases of agri
cultural and related activities into
the national defense program.
They are .to plan a meeting with
all other statewide agricultural
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„THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
Turns Up Again
‘ It was close, but he made it.”
This is “Dean” Richard W.
Grant speaking, telling how the
song for the Class of ’44 almost
wasn’t. Up until last Wednesday
afternoon, the mysterious musical
genius who writes these yearly
masterpieces had not left this
year’s song with Grant.
Everybody was plenty worried,
until some bright young cheer
leader proposed that, in view of
the military spirit of the world
today, somebody should look
around the armory. ,
Sure enough, this year’s fresh
man song, written to the tune of
the artillery anthem, the “Caisson
Song,” was found under the can
non in front of the armory.
Every year, this mysterious gen
ius writes a new freshman song
and leaves it some where on the
campus. It has been found in many
and varied places. Student Union,
Old Main belfry, Dean Grant’s
doorstep, at the foot of Old Willow,
the flag pole—all these places
have served as depositories for
freshman songs. *
Only twice in 16 years have
freshmen songs been written by
other pens. That was the time
when Joe Sanders ’l5 wrote “Fight
On State” which was used for a
freshman song. The genius, so
peeved at this competition, refus
ed to contribute the following year,
and so “Fight On State” .became
the class song for two classes and
eventually a school song.
No one is quite sure just who
the composer is, but Dean Grant
is supposed to have the inside
dope. And he won’t tell. Some
Doubting Thomases annually pro
ject the theory that Dean Grant
writes the songs himself, but of
course that couldn’t be true. Dean
Grant says it isn’t!
(Continued from page one)
Schlegel, George W. Mac Sparan,
Joseph Nagy, William J. Corcoran,
James F. Bush, Nioholas V. Scar
ano, George W. McManus, Robert
L. Meyer, David J. Crawford.
Bernard A. Gray, Stanley G.
Benner, Kent Smith, Earl M.
Lightner, Paul T. Rothrock, Robert
E. Drake, John R. Turcasl, John R.
Kasperko, Walter A. Karol, Fran
cis J. Donovan, Charles H. Ramp,
Raymond J. Stockdale.
Herman W. Nolph, Russell R.
Yocum, George W. Schurz, Henry
W. Wenger, Raymond A. Holdren,
George W. King, Woodrow W.
Dutt, Raymond E. Hess, Bernard
Feinberg, Raymond C. Lee, Robert
M. Schellenberger, Frank E. Eber
hart, Cyril M. Miller, John Pelick
Jr., Edward Roberts.
(Continued from page one)
Cressman, Floyd Parsons.
Beta Sigma Rho (17)
Beta Theta Pi (17): John H.
Chi Phi (7)
Delta Chi (12): Kenneth White,
Arthur C. Christman, Jr.
Delta Sigma Phi (8): Benjamin
Wilmer, Ray Wertz.
Delta Tau Delta (15): James
Faust, William Fortman.
Delta Upsilon (16)
Gamma Sigma Phi (15): Joseph
Boscov, Bernard Hankin, William
Ginsberg, Leonard Levick.
Kappa Delta Rho (7): Thomas
Brenner, Lester G. Stine.
Kappa Sigma (8): James Stavely,
John Allison, Robert DeCouders,
Lambda Chi Alpha (12): Richard
-N. McCord, Robert G. Fabin, John
W. Brown, William E. Spotts, Ed
ward G. Gerber, Jr., L. Bruce Wor
rell, William T. O’Brien, Piet B.
Phi Delta Theta (12)
Phi Epsilon Pi (17): Robert Him
off, Marvin Sclan, James Cary
Simon, Henry F. Simon.
. Phi Gamma Delta (18): James B,
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Dinks, Bow Tie Debut
Scheduled For Today
Today, starting at 1:10 p.m.,
upperclassmen will keep an' eye
peeled to see whether you are
wearing your green dinks or for
gotten your name cards.
Today, after Freshman Week
bliss, you start wearing that
' “store clerk” tie and white socks,
which may later acquaint you
with the meaning of “The Pris
Today, you will know the
names of all the movies in town
and their leading characters, or
know them forever after.
In case you have forgotten,
freshmen, today, customs begin.
Draws Big Crowd
• The special Thespian show for
freshmen in Schwab Auditorium
last night proved even more of a
success than had been predicted
as an over-flow crowd of almost
2,000 people came to see Thespian
stars run through typical routines.
Hit of the performance was
Andy Szekely, and his piano.
Other acts included songs by
the Three Beats and a Pick-up,
Bill Bogar, Jimmy Leyden, Bill
Nesbitt, and Jackie Reese, and
duet harmony by Marce Stringer
and Ned Startzel.
Jimmy Leyden’s Band with
Jackie Reese doing the vocal pro
vided 'music for the show and
Jimmy McAdams served as mas
ter of ceremonies.
Safe Driver Training
Course Opens Thursday
The Safe Driver Training
School, developed by Dr. Amos E.
Neyhart, director of the College
Institute of Public Safety, will be
gin its driving instruction in Room
13 State College High School at
7 p.m. Thursday.
The course will- take approxi
mately six weeks, with class in
struction two nights a week, and
practical instruction at conven
ient hours. Four instructors, train
ed by Dr. Neyhart, will supervise
Application can be made at the
Centre County Motor Club office
in Hotel State College.
Jay Levin '42, Struck
By (ar r Recovers
Jay H. Levin ’42, who was
struck by a car Monday afternoon,
was released from the infirmary
Phi Kappa Psl (13): Richard
Phi Kappa Sigma (11): Thomas
M. Reed, Henry E. Derbyshire.
Phi Kappa Tau (10): Roscoe E.
Phi Sigma Delta (15): Robert
Phi Sigma Kappa (10): John
Gary, John Germaine.
Pi Kappa Alpha (12)
Pi Kappa Phi (14): Melvin H.
Becker, Edward Weaver, Robert
Bartaux, Richard Huntzinger.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon (10)
Sigma Chi (8)
Sigma Nu (15)
Sigma Phi Alpha (8)
Sigma ,Phi Epsilon (7): David
Hughes, Samuel Stroh, Edward
N. Tintelnot, Herbert 7TuxelL
Sigma Pi (10)
Tau Kappa Epsilon (13):’ Char
les F. Flock.
Tau Phi Delta (3)
Theta Chi (10): Arthur L.
Jones," James Knoll, Daniel Di-
Midio, Robert G. Coran.
Theta Kappa Phi (11)
Theta Nu Epsilon (4)
Theta Xi (6):; William Scholl,
Ray Motz, John Fallon.
Triangle (6): Jay Hammond,
Linn Adams, John. Cornell; Robert:
Wolfe, Karl Kovack, Paul' Rich
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