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FRIDAY, - NOVEMBER 22, 1940
Livestock Team Vies
In' addition to showing animals
at the International Livestock Ex
position at Chicago from Novem
ber 30 to December 7, the College
will be represented by a livestock
The team consists of the follow
gig-seniors: Thomas R. Baird, Ro
bert C. Campbell, Samuel A. Dum,
Ray H. Dutt, Morton B. Jenkins,
and George T. Stewart. Prof. Will
lath L. Henning, department of
animal husbandry, is coach of the
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Put That Panther . On The Block !
WE'RE READY - FOR
Fresh Killed Chickens and Turkeys
104 W. BEAVER AVE. DIAL 775
Wave Those Panthers Down ! ! !
Look Welt Groomed For Those College
_Formals. Try One of Our Distinctive
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HOTEL BEAUTE SALON
OVER THE CORNER ROOM
Let's Go, Lions!!
We're All Rooting. For .You.
College Cul Rate Store
106 W. COLLEGE AVE.
• lest .Wishes For A Victory Over
Pitt And :-An Undefeated Season!
• -'F • SMARTNESS • QUALITY
ALICE ELIZABETH SHOO' • •
_.IIQ - WV. COLLEGE AVE.
T 63 Hear MI Banquet Speakers
A crowd of 263 persons, includ
ing Mineral Industries students
and a large number of out-of-town
guests, heard Congressmen James
E. Van Zandt of Pennsylvania and
James G. Scrughman of Nevada
speak at the Mineral Industries
Society banquet in the, Nittany
Lion Inn on Wednesday evening.
Among those present at the din
ner were Dr. 'William H. Eisenman,
executive secretary of the Ameri-
Hebley, production control man
PENN STATE GRIDDERS
WE'RE PROUD ,S ) OF' YOU TIII.YEAR!
One More Victory Will Place YoUWithT he Leaders
In The Country. 7 These State College Merchants
Want You To Know That We're "Pulling Hard" for
Congratulations From An All-American Store
To An All-American Team
For Leaders In Style and Smartness—Visit
can Society for Metals, who served
as toastmaster; President Ralph D.
Hetzel; H. M. Moses, president of
the H. C. Frick Coke Company
and a member of the Board of
Trustees; A. H. Letzler, Pennsyl
vania senator from Centre County;
Kenneth G. Haines, state repre
sentative from Centre County; 'Dr.
Louis Jordan, assistant secretary in
charge of the metallurgical divi
sion of the A. I. •M. M. E.; H. F.
ager of the Pittsburgh Coal Com-
MEE'S MARKET _
131 W. Beaver Dial 4921
220 1 / 2 S. ALLEN
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
M The Movies
"The Great Profile"
"Rangers of Fortune"
pany; S. H. Ash, district engineer
for the U. S. Bureau of Mines; D.
C. Helm, mining engineer of the
Lehigh Coal and Navigation Com
pany; and Dean Edward Steidle of
the School of Mineral Industries.
BRING HOME THAT PANTHER PELT-.
BEST OF LUCK!
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Clean, Pure, Crystal Clear Ice for Only 25c Delivered
"Ask For The Hospitality Pack"
HILLSIDE ICE & STORAGE CO.
Prepare Your Car For "Happy Motorine
To The Pitt Game
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ANTI-FREEZE TIRES AND TUBES
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DOWN .THAT PANTHER!
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GRAHAM & SON
Mix With The Athletes
Rise and Defeat
Rea and Derick's
ALLEN STREET-NEXT TO BANK CLOCK
Hillell Deb* Ton igh
"Resolved that America should
keep its doors open to refugees" is
the subject of the first Hillel de
bate, to be held at the foundation
at 7:30 p. m. tonight. The debate
will be between the men's debat
ing team composed of Mervin B.
Krentzman '43 and Samuel G.
Fredman '43, and the women's de
bating team composed of Hilma
A. Eisen '42 and Marjorie A. Kro