The daily collegian. (University Park, Pa.) 1940-current, October 02, 1940, Image 4

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'l'ake a good look at this week’s
issue of the Saturday Evening Post.
There's a full page story about last
year’s football game with Syra
cuse. “Red” Friesell, intercolleg
iate referee, takes off on the Syra game and gives it a play
that it really deserves.
When the Post gives Penn State
a full page story on football you
know there’s bound to be bigger
and better expectations for this
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Craig Reynolds
Evelyn Venable
. 'flit In Your Car—See and
Hear the Movies
: -I mile west of State College
On "Route 322
I@3@ Grocery Stores can keep a supply ef Iresh, crisp apples on hand fromlhe COLLEGE ORCHARD FARM COLD STORAGE
at all times. Delivery is made to the stores each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
All State fell
Mclntosh apples are ready for use. They are a fine, crisp, eating apple—try them baked also. Bake them in a slow oven and then brown quickly.
It takes a good apple to make a good pie. You \vill like a Mclntosh pie. JOither good varieties, such as Grimes Golden, Smokehouse, Jona
than, Staymair. Winesap, Baldwin and Rome, will follow as the season advances.
You are welcome to visit the College Orchard Farm to see the fruit being harvested, packed, and stored.
The Liens
Pause Poo* Reflection!
A copy of the Pitt News some
how found its way to this desk,
and on glancing through "'it, I was
attracted to this headline—“ Sixty
Frosh Gridders Report to Coach
Kliskey’s First Call.” So, I read the
article, which concerned how Pitt
has a “new deal" in football, how
60 youngsters have reported for
frosh football, even though they
will never play out of their own
And it all made me wonder what
is in the future for Pitt, one of
Penn State’s oldest rivals and
formerly the top-ranking gridiron
power in the East.
• Last fall a Pitt freshman team
played Pitt’s last freshman sched
ule. Under the Panther’s “new
deal,” all intercollegiate competi-:
tion is over for freshman athletes.'
Henceforth the incoming-class
footballers, cagers, etc. must be
content to compete among them-:
selves during their first year.
According to the Pitt News,
frosh football coach Nick Kliskey'
plans to organize a five or six team
league to operate during the pig
skin season. Occasionally, as a sort
of after-dinner mint, the ’44 grid
ders will be allowed to scrimmage
against the varsity.
Bis Okay, Bit—
I can see where the program has
its strong points. It’ll give' every
man on the squad an opportunity
The Penn State Players
“Margin fair Error”
Schwab, Oct. 5, Tickets 75c
Fruit Information For
The fruit is clean, carefully handled, and sized. Free from worms and rot.
The packages are marked with the fruit variety, name, and size.
Asl for apples by variety name, buy them in the original packages.'
Off-grade applies aid grapes for jelly and butter are available .at the Cold Storage.
A supply of cold, fresh, sweet cider is available at the Farm in gallon jugs at all times.
This cider is made from sound, clean, fruit.
1940-41 Season
Grapes are also ready for use now.
Follow Park Avenue fo the East
lion Harriers Improve
Mime Trials Near
With time trials.for the Michigan
State dual cross-country meet
scheduled for Tuesday, the Nittany
harriers are begining to “pick up
their heels” in practice sessions,
Coach Chick Werner said yester
“Captain Bill Smith looks better
than he ever did, and Pop Thiel
and Alex Bourgerie are prancing
over the harrier course in better
time than at the end of last year’s
season,” Werner explained.
However, Herm Goffberg, who
was looked upon as a successor to
Frank Maule, last year’s running
mate to Bill Smith, and Chet Sny
der are still suffering from leg in
to play at least once a week, thus
keeping them, all in condition,
learning the Pitt system, and in
general a lot more conditioning
than under the old system of inter
collegiate play where only eleven
men could be on the field at a time.
But, you can’t convince me that
sixty spirited boys can be kept in
terested in a program which gives
them no chance ot test their prow
ess against teams representing
■other institutions—that is only a
matter of human nature. We ail
like to match our strength and wits
against outside competition.
STUDENTS interested in selling
Beaver Field Pictorials at’ the
football games should hand their
names in at Student Union imme
diately, 2t comp 102 GD
NEW motor scooter for sale. Top
speed 25 miLes hour. Phone
Franklin Bartges 2752 after 6 p. m.
FOR RENT Double room in faculty
home. Innerspring mattresses.
$2.50 per week. 812 W. Beaver
avenue or call 3366. 3tch10495El
‘ room with two others in a three
room apartment. 254 S. Barnard.
Call 2976. 3t-pd-10495E2
State College, Pennsylvania