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j The Lions
WITH DICK PETERS
t o(£@ T® The Lions
It’s not often I read poetry other
than that printed inside matchbook
covers, etc. I guess maybe I’m not
the type who likes to browse over
Chaucer, Milton and Co.
However, the following turned
up in the mailbox at the Collegian
office the other day and I pass it
on to you for what you may think
it is worth.
(Let it be understood that its con
tents may not be entirely in line
with my thoughts on the subject,
though I must say I can be easily
convinced that what Pete Rutan
*44 says in his masterpiece might
Here’s what Pete says:
Back in the days of “Killy,”
Our gridders did really gleam.
State was a top-notch outfit
Rated with the greatest esteem.
Yet not since that year in the
• Has State been blessed with a
' That topped its eight opponents,
And ended with a record clean.
But now in the fall of forty,
By the experts, I am told,
Our Lions will roar on
Unbeaten, as of old.
- -We’re-lsd~by “Lee” Gajecki
Who anchors a hugged line.
1 And we’ve got a veteran back-
' At their pinnacle and prime.
Now “Engineers” and “Moun
To Lions taste the same.
And “Bisons” and “Gamecocks,”
Aren’t really hard to tame.
Our tests are Pitt and Temple,
The “Orangemen” and Violets
But if we hit our hardest
' We certainly shall come thru.
Add Zest to Your Daily Life
Insoyig lots c( deUc.ous,
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DOUBLEMINT gum every day.
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Marty McAndrews, freshman
grid coach, called the first year
ling practice yesterday.
DeMarino Calls Jay-Vee
All candidates interested in
reporting for junior-varsity
football are instructed to do so
as soon as possible at the foot
ball office in the gymnasium.
This year the junior-varsity
will function as a separate unit
under Coach Danny De Marino,
and will play Cornell at home
on October 10, Navy away on
November 1, and. Pitt at home
on November 9.
All candidates must get their
physical examination cards at
the dispensary and their towel
tickets before reporting to prac
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
81 Frosh Football Candidates
Report To Coach McAndrews
Eighty-one frosh football can
didates, big and little, reported
yesterday and Coach Marty Mc-
Andrews immediately began
grooming them for the operier
against Bucknell, here on October
Punting, passing, and light drills
were the order of the day and Mc-
Andrews expressed himself as
“generally satisfied” with the
Heaviest of the grid hopefuls is
James Giombetti, 250-pound tac
kle. Tiniest is Dick Cressman, 135-
Five games, three here and two
away, pomprise the yearling sched
ule. In addition to Bucknell, Col
gate and Cornell will come here.
The two away contests will take
the ’44 gridders to West Point and
The complete freshman squad:
Backs—John Banbury, William
Bates, Aldo Cenci, William Corcor
an, Richard Cressman, Frank Daw
son, Daniel Dimidio, Robert Drake,
Fred Eppensteiner, Harold Taylor,
Robert Finn, David Hornstein,
Richard Juve, Bernard King, Law
rence Lucas, Carl Maier, Eririil
Mann, Warren Moxley, Henry O’-
Kanna, Quentin Peters, Harold
Porter, Thomas Price, Nick- Ran
ieri, Paul Schlegel,. William Ser
jak, Joseph Sheehan, Harry Sny
Ends Linn Adams, Richard
Adams, Bernard ißrosky, Gerard
Chiurazzi, Milt Dolinger, Robert
Fulton, Warren Galiffa, Jay Ham
mond, Edmund Kochis, Benjamin
Leaman, John Potsklan, Leon
Reinheimer, Norman Rosenberg,
Gerald Stein, Robert Walters, Ro
Guards—Thad Belefski, William
Gramley, Sam High, Eugene Hum
mel, John Jaffurs, Earl Long,
Richard Morgan, Francis Musser,
Edward Roberts, Severine Stefan-
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Lloyd lekes Signs With
New York Gridi Yankees
Lloyd Ickes, former backfield
star for Penn State’s football
Lions, was one of the first three
players to sign contrasts with
the New York football Yankee's
of the newly-formed American
Pro Football League, it was an
nounced yesterday by Coach
Jack Mcßride. Harlan Gustaf
son, end and captain for Penn,
last year, and Spencer Manrodt,
former Brown guard, were the
on, James Stover, Howard Walker,
Centers—William Batten, Will
iam Briner, Charles Kaveney,
Harry Kern, Joseph Kraynack,
•Charles McFarland, Frank Mank,
Orient Martella, George Purnell,
Tackles—Paul Bail, Jack Bard,
Edgar Barnett, Willis Campbell,
Homer Davis, William Emmons,
James Giombetti, Robert Halpin,
Theodore Kratzke, Leonard Levan
thal, Russel Montague, Meryl
Munidivler, Eugene Scott, Harold
Slack, Adam Sypniewski.
Norm Egel, onetime Bucknell
varsity boxer, is now getting a
close-range view, of serious fight
ing. Dr. Egel now, he has just ar
rived in England as a member of
thb first American medical mission
to be dispatched to Great Britain.
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STATE COLLEGE HIGH
Coach Joe Adessa *3B
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT HIGH
Coach Whitey Rhoda *39
Friday—September 20,1940—8:00 P.M.
HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
Admission 50 and 75 cents
Thursday, September 19
Opening Offer—Free Socks to the Men and
Silk Stockings to the Ladies with Each Purchase
Official ROTC Shoes—s2.9s
fiioes for Shoes for :
THE COLLEGE BOOT SHOP
TAL. JONES—MANAGER :
liexl ft Murphy's
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1940
Harriers Begin Training
For Michigan State Tilt
Five miles across hill and .valley
is a mighty long distance, especi
ally when one runs it. And that is
the distance that Chick Werner’s
cross-country squad .must be in
shape for, before their first meet
with Michigan State here October
The first systematic workout
was held yesterday when the har
riers warmed up with short sprints
on New Beaver Field, and then
ran an easy four-mile jogtrot over
part of the cross-country layout
around the golf course.
Although- no time trials have
been held to indicate the strength
of the squad, Coach Werner’s
charges will have to do some in
tensive training in the next three
weeks in order to wing-foot a vic
tory over the fast Michigan State
Captain Bill Smith, Herm Goff
berg, Alex Bourgerie, Pop Thiel,
Andy Snyder, and Max Peters are
some of the veterans who have
reported for practice. Coach Wer
ner expects the other varsity men
to report few days.
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comfortable room at a rea
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