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frefbAt, ottoptrt 11, 1940
Deitai'Upsilon To Receive
= trophy Al' Rally Tonight
Delta Upsilon will tonight re
ceive the PennsYlvania 'State Col
lege Athletic Trophy ,at the pep
- rally to be held in Rec Hall tonight.
• They won the trophy for• gen
eral excelelnce in• athletics- in '37',
'39, and '4O, and will now have
permanent possession of it.
Confial Penal: Has Itt .
The Mitrnolitari , Opera Co: of
New York City will present Itos
sinP gay cipetd Barber` of
Seville" hi Harrisbtio, Thurgdtit
October 17) : 1940 -ai
I t he ffie ',..2ducation
Building - =featuring, the• beautiful
young star,' Hilde Reggiani, in the
role of "Rosina" and Carkis Ra
mirez as "Figaro." Both of these
young •stars- are, just 26 years old
and already have made an enviable
place - ,. --- foellie4seiVes in Grand
Gay stagesettings, colorful cos
tumes; beautiful lighting effects
and two grand pianos make this
peiformance one' of Central Penn
syliinnia'S highlights of the Fall
Tickets are on sale now. Single
and $2.20. Season—s7.7o, $6.60 and
$5.50. Special student rates of $2.00
per and special student sections
-are available: Wriie• to Minerva
Stokestine, 8 North Market Square,
Harrisburg, Pa. -
Two "Musts" On Your List
1. A Penn State victory over
2. A delickins steak or roast for
164 W. BEAVER • DIAL 775
1940-41 Sports Schedules
Schedules for Varsity Baseball,
Basketball, BOZing, Tennis, Golf,
and , Freshman , Boxing, Swimming,
and Golf were announced yester
day by Neil M. Fleming. graduate
manager of Athletics.
Ogseb - all Schedule-
12--Princetorr:, , .:l - 7 4 1Princetoni N. J.
23--Susquehanna _ Home
20 --George Wisliirigton Home
3---. Western AllifYland Home
7-Ll 7 l"dvy Annapolis
9L-Colgate 441 - ).-slamiltoti, N.Y.
.1 . 0-Syracuse Syracuse
18~Muiileiilyerg ~"r Home
24—A.Trny ;West Point
30—West Virginia. Home
31--West Virgitrliarzs Home
7—W. and Home
14—Colgate. k . Home
10—N Y. U. " - New York City
• 11—.1 5 ittsbilith'-':' 7 ; Pittsbkirgh
`ls—SyraCiase • Home
•29.-..—G-`tiorgetbwp-i. 7 ..tv • - Wash., D!C.
kt—Arrieriban". Wash., D.C.
s—West Virgil* . Home
15—Syracuse " '•gl• . t : f Syracuse
22•—Army • West Point
25z—Mexico • Home
. s—Carnegie. - Pittsburgh.
25—Western Maryland Home
Felitua - ry
B—North Carolina Chapel Hill,
- • . :=-North Carolina
15—Cornell " Ithaca
22—Army • Home
'ls—Michigan Stafe East Lansing,
27-29—N.C.A.A. • Home
- TAff DAILY
77-Penn , Philadelphia
14—Army • West Point
21—Franklin and Marshall Home
24—Muhlenberg . Horne
25—W. and J. WashingtOn, Pa.
26—West Virginia Morgantown,
3 a.m.=Cornell Pittsburgh
p.m Pittsburgh Pittsburgh
9' p.m.—Georgetown Home
10 a.m.--IPrinceton Home
16—Play-Off, if necessary; place to
*This match to •be cancelled if
either team is in championships of
E.T.G.A-. this week-end.
The Colgate game scheduled for
April 30 has been dropped. Syra
cuse game has been shifted from
April 26 to-April 30. •
J. V. Soccer
Lock Haven J. V. game shifted
from November 16 to November
15 at 4 p.m.
in Golf Tourney
Scotty Maxwell blasted his way
into the final round of the All-
College Gidlf Tournament yester
day, defeatirig Chuck Seebold 7
and 6, with a one under par 68.
In the quarter-final matches
played yesterday, Don Leyden de
feated Dcnt Holden, 6 and 5, and
George licwbotham won over Jim
Kramer 3 and 1.
Mawell, runner-up in last
year's tournament, will play the
winner of the Leyden-Rowbotham
match for the championship on or
before Saturday, October 2G.
The qualifying score for the
tournament was 77. Low score in
the, qualifying round was Scotty
Maxwell beat Wallace • 1 up;
Smiley defeated -Baginsky 3 and
2; Brand-over Swan a and 2;; See
bold defeated Goodman 3 and 2;
Kramer beat Fairchild 2 and 1;
RoWbothom defeated LaPorte 4
and 3; Holden over Rosenbloom 2
and 1; Leyden beat Tornberg 6 and
Maxwell defeated Smiley 2 and
Seebold won over Brand, 3 and
2; Rowbotham beat Kramer, 3 and
1; and Leyden defeated Holden
6 and 5.
Maxwell defeafed•Seebolci 7 and
Five members of the 199 All-
West Virginia High School Foot
byl 'ream have enrolled at West
Virginia University as freshmen—
the greatest number of "all-stars"
the Mountaineers have received
How To Watch
A Soccer Game
Fo rthoce who know little abciut
soccer, Bill Jeffrey offek these
few hints for watching the Penn
State undefeated soccer team in
action• against Western Maryland
In describing the game Jeffrey
says, "Soccer is essentially a pass
ing game in which the passing is
acne entirely with the head' and
"On the surface it would appear
that the' players follow the ball,
in other words, let the ball play
them, but it is really the opposite.
Each time the ball is passed it is.
an attempt to create an advan
tageous position for the passer's
"To be able to place the ball
where he wants it," Jeffrey con
tinues, "the player must get him-
self into position to play the ball.
In watching the game Saturday,
notice how the best players han
dle the ball. He gets close to the
ball and uses knee-action, stays
away from power kicking and
doesn't swing from the hip."
A few technical terms are ex
plained by Jeffrey:
Dribblingtaking the ball in pos
session, moving with it and keep
ing it close to the body at all times.
Tackling—attempting to take
the ball away from the• opponent
and direct it to his own team's
Heading=playing the ball with
the head, usually on high passes.
Feinting—attempting to deceive
the oppoennt by motioning one di
rection and either moving or pass
ing in another.
AL um NI
We• are ready to serve you
as in the past.
Meet Your Old Friends At
-,GRAHAM & SON
Walters, Frosh End, Out
For Week With Injury
Chances for a freshman grid
victory in the opener against Buck
nell Saturday took a darker tinge
yesterday when Bob Walters, first
string end reported with a sprained
shoulder which will keep him out
of action for a week.
Walters was hurt Wednesday
but passed it off as a minor injury
until yesterday when it was first
known that he would be unable to
play against the Little Bisons.
He will be replaced, Coach
Marty McAndrews said, by Bob
Wallace. There are no other major
injuries on the team.
The frosh were restricted to light
work yesterday and drilled mainly
on offensive and defensive plays.
Will Lead Cheers
Special cheering- sections will be
set aside for the West Virginia
game according to Walter A. Sot
tung '42, Ilead cheerleader. Sot
fling states that "the purpose
the sections is to serve as strong.
centralized bodies to lead the en
tire student bbdy in cheers."
There will be 12 sections of 10
rows each that will be set off by
signs. The hat societies have
agreed to support the' movement
and will issue white arm bands at
the section- entrances to those
wishing. to participate in the
• Sotturig feels that the Move
ment which received' the approv
al of Neil M. Fleming, gradriate
manager of athletics, will increase
Penn State spirit.
A Student, in this school, to
represent one of the world's
largest Postage Stamp con
cerns. A knowledge of
stamps and the acquaintance
of mast of the Stamp Collec
tors, is essential. To the
student selected by us, we
will send an attractive lot of
stamps for him to sell, on a
profitable commission basis.
Write fully, stating age,
home address and other
qualifications including ref
erences. Advise also whether
Junior or Senior, Freshman
FRASEN. STAMP CO.
Whi: , e Plains. New York
Note: The Student appointed to
sell for, us will. while he is selling.
be given a complete but short course
in Stamp Selling and Dealing.