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1 PENN3TTTrr r Jfrnnsptoanan PHLADELPHA TONGHT Famous Churchman, on Tour of Amercan U verstes. Wll Address Students Tomorrow SUSPEND 2 O'CLOCK CLASSES Speaker Was Selected by Englsh Church Commttee to Vst Amercan Seats of Learnng : Hart wll V. ngrahm, noted. addr< the.. n,,n "rvng.. Upon. shop wll y who. lurln.'. at hosen by a to make a ellver......,..,. r wll. V. sent n the ":t lecture DOl! dg suspended from students.n. latea e '. bj R. Mason, Chrlsta \. t...:.; oster Edward P, rds. RFLE TEAM PLANS PRESEASON MEETS Mentor Frank \ a gent Wll Cut Squad to Twenty Asprants Ths Week de by the n mlnary ee arranged wth Syracuse. These. start le n ebru made : Dona d K, Wrght, ' t Dd Of.. who captane cham. coach of the be ned on res men squad P leveloplng >rtl<. Wrght las.. yearlngs S : r th rfle «b wll reopen j s ould report to Beta Theta P " «l Btreet, bethla week. E FOR ANNUAL FALL RACES Work on Machnes Begns After Yearly Regatta Whch Wll Take Place Wthn Three Weeks PHLADELPHA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2j. 926 PRCE FV E CENTS Attenton! RALLY n the BG QUAD tomorrow. ENTRE STUDENT BODY. FRANK LN FELD ' Applcatons for Entry n Annual Fall tlce pror t< ppartun :'..r Chan palg MUST be Handcap XCountry Run Must Be m By 5 o'clock nd! VARSTY SHOWS MPROVEMENT CONTEST TAKES PLACE SATURDAY Wth th thre., Red n the hopes of car v tme the S Pa 's p R. ewa wll tak macy n n, rhe Rver, ar en to all rev e up of nv raltj n, n. Whle the w nner* n >ol the ly to nd sh< aces wll recel e awards... v.r as ' '! prmar Men ers sh new w nnng the S Paul's Cup race wll be award) d Bmall ndvdual cups, Th e on n the cup whl le ly n,.. n.. n lhe B rg» Regatta, consstng of ra< es between the heavy, "'" pound, and Freshman crews, the wlnn : eve n''.. boa rok d bj Borl rou.. j \ have been show week. The 50 combln workng hard uphold.' have es tabllshed hej wll trj to malnomlng events. Coach Lufl ; the Freshn. nen e for all frstyear men to demonstrate ther abllltj and have a chance to make the frst boat Although fall rver work s aban doned wth runaton of... the canddates wll contnue to hold dally workouts cm the rowng machnes under the North Standa of Frankln Feld. Durng ths perod of tranng the coaches » to tutor all» present oarsmen along wth any new men who were unable to attend the fall practce on the rver. 930 COMMSSON DSCUSSES HONOR SYSTEM AT BANQUET n vew of ta purpose of dscussng n ml sprtual campus problems, the Freshman Commsson consdered the honor system at the meetng and supper.... rdaj evenng at the home of the Reverend Eddy, Drector of the Commss o Charles Maxwell, Vce Presdent of the Chrstan Assocaton and Manager of the Muscal Clubs, explaned methods used a f «years ago at Pennsylvana am now n such colleges and unverstes aa Amherst, Lehlgh, Mchgan, Washngton and Lee, and Wealeyan. Charles s. Bentley, Presdent of the Chrstan Assocaton, waa preeenl entered nto the dl* taslon, At ts meet : late yesterday afternoon, the Aaao Cabnet dls«taaed the same mat er expn H le re to K th< le functonng agan at Pennsylvana. Accordng to Presdent Bentley the Cnlver >;> needs some form of moral tra. D wth ta buen as r» "Thla purpose would be accomplshed by the honor co le " be sad. NATATORS COMPETE N ALLUNVERSTY MEET Frst of Seres of Swmmng Events to Be held n Unversty Pool Ths Afternoon OPEN MANAGERAL COMPETTON An allunversty swlmn be held at the Welghtman Hall poo ontesl wll...,. pr as reg, gue meets open the am [mg ser held week > len n 'OH' rge \ '.''» "'' ts he re... show!,. knd wll have " «ork ter, and what n the squad. He antcpates a successful campagn ths sea «on, a le has alreadj found men «,, xpects, wth careful tralnn m. fast and exper swmmers. All events to be run off ths wll "' from scratch. They nclud 5 yard dash, 00yard dash, 220 yard 00yard a k stroke, 00 yard b stroke and severs... :.,. h.. : pptltor's tlm 'tn dstances wll be recorded and they wll be sn' determnng factor when handcaps are gven nex «e< k, As onw cutlve! are held handcaps wll be vared n conform wth the ablty of the contestants. Coach Klstler stated tha all squad members are requred to report, and tha an attendance roll wll be taken. He re quests tha any men who have nol as yel tred "n for the squad but who are desrous of places, should enter the meet. Men who can swm SO yarda n 33 onda or better wll be elgble for.n the ran. Followng the swmmng there wll be a water polo pra tl< al B S o'clock. Aa ds s the Ural workout of he year, all canddates wl be requred n report. Teama wll >o formed and a shorl practce held. The coaches wll nstruct begnners n the fundamentals of the game and smooth oul the rough apots n tr play of the older memtx ra. Announcement waa made yeaterdaj that all canddates for the manageral competton openng today should report to Manager Weygandt al the Welghtman Hall l a :; o'clock. Only Sophomores n g standng are glbl t< m pete. Current Events Contest l>r. t. D. Jamea wll attend a ference n New York. November '' whch wll deter the rule whch the 828 New York Tlmea Current Events Prze contest wll be held. Further announces enta a ' at a later date. M CLOSE THS AFTERNOON PLAN DEFENSE TO COPE...r '..rr.:.n.n... jesterdaj nl ry n the \ Cross Country Run ths afternoon a Track Offce n the Councl on A 83rd and \\ The yearly contest wll sta and Walnul s reets, Saturday. Oc 30, at 050 A. M. All Varsltj men wll be heavly handcapped and unseasoned partcpants n us afforded an unusual opporl te ther ablty. Pr a» wll ven to he four who cross the lne flrs and awards wll be made «> >' two ; trants makng the fastes tlm. Adequate facltes have been pro) so that all those who compete next B urday wll be able to change from cvlan clothes to ther runnng Bull al the : of start ng, Tl Bl ra«brdge and Cloth. ; rooms «be at tn ;'n.m. partlcpan \. cordng to Manager Barr, ths season's squad wll prob ublj be chosen from the entrants n the 'r,' facl tha all Varsty co n.! be heavly handcap] P erenced runners a ham.... equal bass and all undergrad bj ' Ro. es o ths opportun. Russ< 'aj' o m *o star, who Hnshed M ; the natonal l>8 held lasl September, Captan Wllam ll. Glenn, who came n nnth n a feld tha numbered over two hundred n the Annual ntercollegate rose Country champonshp, wll lend r efforts n the annual meet Ja k Butler, a star of lasl year's Freshman loam, and ]... la! n and T. t. Stan rat, "' veterana of laal year's Bquad, have also sgnfed ther ntenton f< lor. and wll provde an almda,.. competton for the unseasoned asplr Accordng to Coach Robertson, the pro for ths year's team are l. The track mentor feels tha the dscover a few more lkely candldatea wll make hs squad an exceptonally fast one. GRD GRAPH AT PENN A. C. WLL FOLLOW LLNOS GAME For the beneft of those who reman n the cty Saturday, a large grdgraph hoard has been nstalled al the Penn letlc Club, 8th and Locus) Stn et hoard, whch s run n the same manner. tre world seres baseball board, wn gve a c plete descrpton of each plaj of th< Pennsj anla. nola game. The grdgraph wn show the posl of he ball on he toh. the lneup, and the name o the player who s carryng the ba l aa well aa the way n whch he advances. Ths nformaton s mad possble by the charterng of a ep wre n from the Penn A. (! t of play. T.. wng wll begn al."> o'clock \. mlssh n D BJ bt ured by Ocketa, pun d at the dour for $.00. Varsty Coaches Make Plans to Break Up Zuppke Formatons as Used by Red Jerseyed Eleven USE ARC LGHTS N PRACTCE Composton of Frst Team s Unchanged as Red and Blue Prepares for Hardest Foe ' ('on! ro led»th the problem ol m rs n an exl remely shor tme, Penn tool ''all sterdaj sen! th< r barges e sesson n aratlon for tn Dhl. rbnna, Saturday. of the Red and Blne'a sconta are orn game wll be the P ths sea H A lengthy du. was the Poss" Mller bs. n s ru< ted bs ex.... Vat t j.....;, plaj s. nk. wth beng dummy So that waa over and a do: :... d n the up] er s and stands, w< A real scrmmage had b< nod, but the.> Was \ M a e dummj be taken by r" r.'mbnckt..:. men me out ontesl wll Wllams Sal con ( the usual. n form Saturday to rora of las AVUKAH TO HEAR Z0NSTC LEADER Mrs. rma Lndhem, Promnent Jewess, Addresses Gatherng Tomorrow \ Stud / st Club at tes :hs season wth a rally ton o r evenng at. the Houston Ball Audto n rma.nd:.. V' known Jewsh lead address e ga ther Bh s presdent f th Woma Zl n sl 'rganlsatlon of Amerca and waa a r> leutenant n the M the war. Her versatlty s further evlah< ' only er of the Jen lah nsttute of Relgon. Mr Lndhem spent three montl. Jewl ents n Paleatln Avukah, w.. h waa org, odltlons of ten r ts purpose the study of and partcpaton n the greal Jewl movement known as : doe the study of Bebrew Jewlt and eu ]' and cum at lucta pa, and All Jen entl are n Avukah, ether. late memben

2 PAGE TWc THE PENNSYLVANAN TUESDAY. OCTOBER 25. He's a wse young brd. He's wse enough to get hs Fall's Shoes early because He knows re has bought the newest style We' "e ' eadv for you Ed. Kolkoff 36 WcoJUnd Are Pkla., V Bender, Off and Franks OPTCANS 827 CHESTNUT STREET THE RALTO SHOP Habcrtahrra Showng Tomyrrov & Frday at HOUSTON HALL Representatve GEORGE PERCHCK Wth u full lne ol Domestc and mported HOSEan NECK.WE \R Samuel L. Perehlck, '23 George Perchck, '29 The Alpha Ph Fraternty's Seventh Annual Hallowe'en Carnval & Dance N THE BEAUTFUL BALLROOM OF THE PENN ATHLETC CLUB wll have as ts man attracton, The Vctor Record Bands of WHTEY" KAUFMANN and DAN" GREGORY Entertanment Noveltes FRDAY, OCTOBER THE TWENTYNNTH $3.00 The Student Lefax, complete $ 00 4» 4 «t L ' ' m Contans: Blank sheets for notes, addresses and tel phona number shaets, lnen tab ndexes, lnen pocket for loos* papers, class schedule card. At the HOUSTON BOOK 8TORE HALL STOP LLNOS! Look At Our Dstnctve Styles Lsten To What the Boys Have to Say Regardng SYLVANA TALORS, NC. 36 Woodland Ave. GEORGE and JACK CORNELL RESTS AS PENN STATE AND LLNOS LOSE Nttany Lons Bow to Syracuse. 00, Whle Yost's Mchgan Eleven Downs llnos, 30 DUKE FALLS BEFORE COLUMBA Q re of Pel ron enemes sl Saturda "Hurrj Up" " ost'a M y< ar's confere ted llnos 30. Colu _ >uke, r j second su tea e seas ;. warrors Mchgan, o the SOCCER SHORES way Benny" ; tweeo the uprghts, one n tl the On An n UM by Truskowsk game. T U the ball on the 30yard lne, A forward pass re m n to Ooa the ball > the yard lne, and Mol over on fourth don n. Fredman Fne Bread s Served kcked the goal, "Frosty" Peters, llnos threat, was beld well n check by the Fresh From Oven Mchgan defense, and at no tme was he able to break away fur long gans. The stars of the r.n.st f..r the Qllnl were l.anuu. Dougherty, and Nowack, A lght, but fghtng Duke team, pcked bj Columba for an nterm between the Halls Dnng Car Oho State and Cornell games, succeeded n holdng the Blue and Whte to a 70 score n the Urst three quarters. Columba broke loose n the last perod, however, 369 WOODLAND AVE. THAT NEW PLACE TO EAT and rolled u) two touchdowns and a feld SEE WHAT YOU EAT COOKED OPEN DAY AND MG*' goal, to wn 240. Captan Madden, who scored eghteen ponts, and Kaplan, played beat for the home team, although Seslt am Belger also contrbuted gans. Bollch, a substtute hark, en el for the South BEASTONS erners. 52 years on the Campus Although Penn State fought ts bar FAMOUS FOR THER COFFEE WTH PURE CREAM ll was unable o any greal e AND SANDWCHES TOASTED wth the Syra use machne. Each team waa plaj ge lefeal of be w eek before, Syracuse batng >sl to Army, whle Lons bowe to Notre n n an Dangerfl ganed m sl of ld o n ure Snce turnng oul an j we ba\ e d scovered tha Stat v.r jlty'a :. for ths week fe te Syra use 9u : e a re was 5. t's N ny lne has foun tself. We were told the other day tn) re > ;. 'words BEECHNUT PURE FOOD PRODUCTS ARE THE FAVORTES OF THE FRATER. NE8 NEARLY ALL FRATERNTES SERVE BEECh \UT PRODUCTS, PER LST. \. Ba n Beef, ChOJ Sauce, Peanut Butter, Pork a B Catsup, Bulk and Package Macaron Spaghett, Noodles, Vern Rngs, Macaron Elbows, Prepared Mustard, Coffee, etc., el BeechNut Preserves, Marmalade, Jam, Jelles, BeechNut Conserves, Pack. ed at San Jose, Calf. BeechNut Mnts, Frut Drops, Chewng. PHLA. OFFCE 4 NORTH 3RD STREET Bell Phone Market 95 EVERY DAY N 500,000 HOMES m AN NVTATON AN NVTATON Man] ':' j " Penns] tvanla :> come, : l:.n. ;rers' products. ''ll'' more yon know..' become). All of V"U : ' m of your own. Bow wl Wo may be ab to al >.>;; ' Future» AN NVTATON l to all of you to ral! our ml n see bow Cl Wde Beamlem Carpets are made. You wll have an nterestnj trp and we wll have t you wll then know us better, CHARLES W. POULSON and SONS CARPET Co., NC. 56th Street and Lancaster Avenue :ga :n.' from ths ran''; may be purchased from the John Henry Stores, nc., Newark, N. J. CLARDGE Wde Seamless Carpets that ether our d Penn By Flel Bu a fu f the Brow season Ss B to han >r week for : B e '" ' lege m up ere Frday to n o r. j v u.,. the Varsty wl D Penn State the next day. Be sure to see that fast Nltl

3 C C :OBER 26, 926 THE PENNSYLVANAN PAGE THREE or n W BS & Son. ; ' wll at) M Pants are n sa Now N tba 23 S S< >N PHLA., PA. There*! a treat for you and your chldren n the Peppermnt sugar jacket and another n tlu Peppermnt flavored gum nsde that s WRGLEY'S P.K. mm.>.l value n cng attng delght. M HERE 0 TELL YOU THEY'RE GOOD 'A lgley* ads dlgea ton am makes the, f taste better. \ t After Every Meal * ' WDENED BY PRNCETON Excepton s Made for Dsabled Students Vel as Those Usng Can for Fnancal Can DEAN GAUSS APPROVFS ACTON d ve car.v u ' L'nlver flna,,.. from mon. \ Lunsh be p.,, ted to o '''" 't the m warned man) Btudeut, wl M ' forfet ther B holart Students who cnn afford to drve B ar n Prlnc ton are uol Justfed Hnaeul ad from the nlveraty, Mr. le added, however, l.l n several eases H acton W OUld ',,,.._;,.,.,,,. u,,.,. urj n nn, her due la jhy dsablty, or us un nd n earus O > m' : rulng l.l,\.' uuto llsl be!:,.. «le.m e t'n\ersll.\ lean luuxx, wn, lmed r uluute»«uershp urn wth dlsfuvor, suld, " thoroughly the proposal nl Seen nrj Col la student* Rhould uol be permtted «open n m fnlven > funds." Senor < lounell has exprc sed the ow uershp of aut blles t not ;u ad n ". prouuenee bul s mental to the academc ureer of a student. udergraduutes, other Uan re bne, were p rmltted bj a rulng two years ago to have curs provded tlej dd ml use them on the campus. Upper lass< are permtted to have eurs pro the) have perussun from home, 8ELLAK PANOS RENTED 70 Market Street MargaretElzabeth Cafetera!3 WALNUT STREET /////v \CE WHERE PARTCULAR PEOPLE EAT UNCH 2 SUNDAYS 22 DNNER 5? STUDENTS TAKE NOTCE We gve you specal rates on rental \ ou can save from $0 to $20 n a Rebult Typewrter AMERCAN WRTNG MACHNE. CO. 209 Arch St. 339 Walnut St OnePece AllLeather (.overs > The Old Way Leaf Rng Bnders covers of genune t wll not wear out n szes and styles to ft!, '. The Way $ My Budget e. s a compact lttle account book, made for the specal use of the college student, to ad expendtures. Endorsed by leadng educators. EALER LSTED BELOW TO SHOW YOU THE TRUSSELL ASSORTMENT STON HALL STORE, 34th and Spruce Streets C H. GRAMBO, 3307 Woodland Avenue ' P. DOLBEY «CO., 362 Woodland Avenue PENN DRUG CO., 370 Woodland Avenue ARTS BOOK SL GFT SHOP, 3459 Woodland Avenua u NOTCES Hkemaster's Course All men nterestol n enrollng n the Hkemaster's Course Mr. Cum.u n the Gym Ch<. pen to Senor Blazer Commttee All Cummt. report to Undergraduate, Councl.. Houston Hall ;u L80 dully. Shmmng '.m tunng Jo n por every day from l!u and from 9 to S P. Squash An] Sophomore, Junor or eno., credt for squash up for dehnlte boon wth Mr. < lonrad n Mr. <!ol offl e, Weghtman Hall. Fencng A upper lassmen report for practce as soon us poaalble to get prelmnary tranng before frst squad h, Practce for all classes every day n fencng r a a! Weghtman Hall from.' lock to ). w.kng Club Students, except Freshmen, wshng n walk for gym credt report. the Lobby ol Weghtman Hall ut 5 o'clock tomorrow. s uol necessarj to Up n Un' lln Lackawanna County cub \ meetng of the club wll be held n Houston Hall, r'hm n Kum B, Members and lon members from ll.' fount] are urged " n pretel n fcrmulute plant for the year. Golf All null o enter the ral golf tournament, please leave ther name wth t Rebele al 389 Walnul Street be rlduj, ctober 29. Lycomng County Club There wll l». verj n:n meetng tomorrow eve ml, K 5, Houston Hall. Everj n. n r b,. ed to be present Socal Servce Commttee Meetng to duj (Tuesday) o'clock luncheon al n teruatlonul House, 3005 Spruce Streel Basketball All nun who Wsh to BgO r busketball report to the < lounell m Athletcs tomorrow afternoon. Basketball Manageral Competton All Sophomores desrng tu enter competton mj reporl ether toduj or tomorrow the Councl un Athletcs between Sand P. M. Swmmng and Water Polo Ml cundl dates for cabman and Dnlve sw m mlng teams report daly at four o'clo h Water polo practce starts promptly at B.5 l' M Freshman Baseball Numerals Follow men are enttled " wear the 980 numerals for Freshman baseball: Paul C.,.,. M Hara, Clas. '. McDonald, Alberl. KuHerman, Raymond Walker, Thomas u gner, Paul T. Scull, W. D. Relnhalter, Fred F, Ulbbs, W. D. O'Hara, Claude Vandergrft, John Shober,.lean Grubber, leo L. borpe, <!j rll D. Nelbom WNTERS BGGEST LTTLE DRUGSTJRE Classfed Advertsng LOS'J n Logan Hall, leather Lefa notebook. Substantal reward for return. Stead, 3909 Spruce Stre t Barng WANTED Student who s nterested n and who desres to devote sx after US.":'.(» and al eenlngs from 7.00 to 0.00 to work n a large Settlement House n return (or room and board and 50 per month. Must know basketball. R< ml Sngle or double, electrl lay,, at contnuous bot water, reasonable Locust Btreet.. \ u A.M vl nltj ; ncely fur _' rooms, prvate bath, f40 month. n $6 week. H n student reen Vt '* Lefu.x otebool,, be Han Laboratory ou Frlda) mornng. please turn n to Jantor or call «l». lb. ' ward T. ROOMS on campus ocust St Lght, well heated, shower baths, all convenences. One large room, l >r.; tworoom apartment EXPERENCED k wsle poston n a fraternty h Can furnsh ence. Address W. B. Dorfleet SM Lombard St P b Pen jpacker 989 LOST From He 927 'Secard offce, a note book contanng r» :<rd of subscrp Reward f retun ed to t>e Record.t L80. D. H. KRESGE D. M. KRESGE T*^ Dnner Suts Ready to Wear 370 Spruce Street Phla.. Pa. PRCF Though Custom Made $65 oo Coat and Trousers THS TUXEDO CONTANS ENGLSH DRESS WORSTED SKNNERS FULL SLK LNNGS AND FACNGS OUTLETS ON ALL SEAMS AND TALORED BY KRESGE HAND WORKMEN A Truly Remarkable Value n Stock n all Szes D. H. 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4 PAGE FOUR THE PENN8YLVANAN TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 8. Mtl.u. '27 H A C L T Bongj.rdt, '28 M. GnnutlMf, '25 8. Dvu..o C. Dll. '28 e M Coron. '2 tubcbckcr, '9! * W j S Jbnnsptoanan Publabcd n le mcu ul the Unversty durng toe L.vtMry >.. EDTORNCHEF CHARLES WNDLE McMAHON. '27 NEWS EDTOR MANAGNG EDTOR S. CROZtK FLEMNG. "27 FEATURES BOARD tdwd. L..U..7 E. C POM, ASSOCATE EDTORS r B. hen. ;8 E. B. nb. '28. '.» J. J. McDowell. H. U. Suwvt, L. McLo, ASSSTANT EDTORS W. A. burger, '» R. L. ngclbuch. BUSNESS MANAGER ARHUR MUbLLElf UU'MNb. JR., CRCULATON MANAGER '. Luut bmub. '7 ASSSTANT BUSNESS MANAGERS W. D. Adanu, "28 R. t). bcot. Jr., '28 A. V. CoploO, ' * J. K Bcrr». '28 b A. bloon. '28 R....' S. R. Douglu, '28.. Telcnbronncr, 't. M Cluk, J..< U. V. Horun. '28 E. A. TlteX, J*.,.8 D. Grabta, ' M Lcuu, '28 J. L PCTORAL CHARMAN LAKLL LoU'AS MAAb. '27 PCTORAL BUSNESS MANAGER PHOTOGRAPHC EDTOR f...,,.th R. dark. '»7 Wuu u. Hgmlnn, 7 ASSSTANT PHOTOGRAPHC EDTORS ) E MlyulUt, '20 Wllum Logn..8 Albert Englebut. '28 Wllam LuMfbjch, '.» OFFCE. 4 V.OODLAMJ AVENUE Entered al fhuu^lpu Wotl..e H Mo SufatCfpCMM&t, $5.00 (7.00 by m*t ml. UumeM Muuatr'a o.^c l 4 lu f. M. Daly Member Eastern ntercollegate Newsp.per Assocaton NGHT EDTORS OF THS SSUE C. s.\l.\ut DAVS l.l'' l.l..:: ;.K 242 Pennsylvana's adherents Ded oul of the runkln feld stadum m the afternoon ol October ll, 925, Qlled wth mngled emotons. Admlratuu for the brlllona exhlhltou of the llnos eleven, led by the AllAmercan U range, w.. aul M.lly expressed. But, at the mme tme, there were man] who mmedately began to look ahead, after gvng due credt o the eleven whch scored the Brat vlctorj over the Ked and Blue, n hut year's campagn. Defeat, btter n tself, waa rendered doublj dstasteful by the oneaded score whch the Ulnl rolled up. Therefore, after ther year of watng, the nlverstj adherents te vently hope for vlctorj over o (Jrbana eleven bj. decsve score a score suffcently large " establsh, beyond queston, the superorty of Pennsj vanlu'a nvadng host, und sutlceotlj large to wpe out memores o the 920 def n order tha our dream ol vlctorj maj b realsed, behooves everj Pennsylvana man " do tls part. The team wll l>e under the handcap ol playl) awaj from home, after a tresome Journey, and wth an luflnltelj smaller bund ol supporters than s usuallj on hand al tn ga played on raukl Feld. Realsng ths, we must all do our utmost to lend en couragement to the stalwarts apon whom»> depend to B the l defeat of 926. Be al the rally tomorrow afternoon, am cheer the team. On to llnos! Reverse that 242 score! A SOCCER CLASSC When Pennsylvana's Varsltj football team encounters the mn al Drbana Saturday, the Bed and Blue soccer com nn. on wll be dong battle on Rve leld wth the Ural team hooters from Penn Sta g Comc the only Saturdaj of October tha does not clam. rldlrou game, soccer classc "t the 926 Beuson should draw one ol the largest crowds n the hstory of the sport al the ol rersty. 'nr many years P nnsylvana produced one of the leadng teams of the recently dssolved ntercollegate A oclatlou n. League. Durng.ll tns tme Penn State had one of the fnest trams n the country. However, never place n the crcut und, consequently, n was extremelj l cult o arrange a match between the two conmbnatlons. Che new Assocaton of soccerplayng colleges, of whch Pennsylvana s a member, requres each eleven to play al least three of ts assocates n the league. Under ths a H, n., there s room for some nonassocated teams on the league B< hedulea, and the nlversl the Nlttanj tera to m one of ;> open dates. r. well known fact that, although Pennsylvana us boasts a clever soccer team, the conflcl of ts schedule wth tha of the football eleven precludes the possblty of the booters havng a strong followng among the student body. Mls struggle wth State, however, offers an excellent oppor tunlty for those who do not travel to llnos to wtness a hardfought soccer match and to lend some support to ths lttlenotced major sport f you can Journey to t rbana, do so. But, f yen cannot, come down to Rver Held and lend a hand to Coach S and Hs hard wo kng soccermen. A MNE OF NFORMATON A a supplement to my lectures n ths course, want nl tr members ol my class to read the lst of books am about to dstrbute. wll see that they are put o shelf at a' refen o rght away." sound! rather famlar, doesn't t! At least a dozen tl year am from almosl everj professor w the above notce, or rather, warnng. And because we know that we must have ths readng done before a stated tme, taat and not a pleasure a t should be. Sum. when we have nothng better to do, or when we have an oft hour between claaaea we manage to And enough ambton to down to the lbrary and spend an hour, hardlj more, gong through the aasgn. when the task baa been pleted, we hurry back to the bouse fur a me ur donn town to the shon. The average student goes to the lbrary only to glance hastly over bs assgnment, and that shed, leaves al once. He sees nothng nf the splendd ft of ks whch tn the shelves and stacks ol g rooms. on Phlosophy, Psy< sh, Hstory, Fcton and untold other topcs Lne the walls bnt they are usually regarded a> only the as whch another unlucky fellow read n connecton wth so "stff" course. n ths atttude be s passng np a wonderful opportunty to better hmself. f the student s a a thorough knowl. der study be must ard works whch ar lons on the part of emnent students and sch u M But he H to llnos" slogan ss "' should '" However, some seem to have ad Campagn or bust." [he Dorm Co < leaves per, We are told on good authorty that th< one whose Beaver grl threw hm over has been nstrumental n havng "Drnk u ball" renstated.. reports that the cty offcals at Orbana are busj.v., the buldng! and trees. He advses that they e Bowl, althou om do not rememtx r J. ersltj band has demanded Pullman accomm o the me. The Councl on Athletcs seems to thnk! n, a deuce of a note. l our opponents use a bdden ball offense the pe tutors " m a re a < banco. u n tea mmo "." nto tle stands la Saturdaj hej '.mll e u'cordlj lu Nosey, who hud the ball and why. However, the «'oun t ul redm. rate ll M!u.,. sold lu ther seal Bu no more do we use Wllams lather. \ we Held und stll \u that ms column has taken on a, MJ to speak, hype...n ar, or auythlng lke that, bu has»««n called to our attenton that there have "'<u a lot ol mstakes n publshed pctures of the games. o wt; (more or less authentc] Pcture Bhowlng Beven n. around a water bucket and three playng. tat toa wth the heud luesmau, whle tle captans ol the scrubs ure dakng hands, over the capton, "Scull gong through the lne for three nches." Pcture Bhowlng a forward pa bj alurphj landlnj on n o No. (looks lke Butler), whle Koge entertan H. the Drexel team al a game of polo Bttng geutly but flrmlj n the terra cotta trma wth sx men on bs head. Capton, "VoMjn, of Swarthmore, tearng oft a short loss at left end.",..u.,. :.. Ho. Penn lne and three members ol e... kfleld hokng a Chcago player, whle the latter'a team thered n a crcle sngng "Down Went McQlnty," acpanled on the organ bj the flfer. Capton, "Rchards, ol Johns Hopkns, ntercentlng Butler's foot.".,. Beaotj Shop are takng ap tle lead ol Wllams und and ba > organsed the follow n, t m Perm Wave. E. Brow Puller L. Curlej Marcelle.. t. Munnj are Lps Tck R. \ re Nello ; Shaper : : Shlnnj Loton '.' B, Shngle ' ns l t'ute \..Nals t. l. Bll B. We are nterested h seeng an approprate nam gven the Pennsylvana backfleld and so far have beard only the M.man." am "Quaker fakers" Buggested. Wrte jour d a o ns department The Nore Dame backfleld s known tns y.o.. our Mules," tnt lke the latter of the two above, ths mght be sllj nterpreted dersvely as "The Four A member of the Freshman football team waa penalzed for holdng, Now he las to wear the usual sj;, " forgot my.. ;,.. " And the qu Famous Last Lnes. ntlemen, wll come on MOD J L) Mare greeted the Amercans whether or not they wore spats and thus averted the possblty of an nternatonal f you an thl not come..ut for t and make t beeter? We welcome "Mke" sod "Duff" t" the told and maj ly that f they have the stuff that the quarterback has, they should crash through. Also "Jar) 'l. sortng out for Jarj e, Roly, Duff, M c Bo an Mk, re rlcl hmself to these books a lon "No man can be t. f edu ted or successful n lfe unless be s a Look." sad Benjamn Frankln, our founde Know your lbrary, then. Spend an hour or tw ally lookng over ts shelves. Cultvate!. habt of res work.. worthwhle sub Clm pent under the nfl. great books s tme w< WNTER S FAST APPROACHNl, $ OVERCOATS N VOGUE! g JlruufaluTj COLLEGE MEN'S APPAREL Overco.t wll fnd w., f an excellent.. ment, n the style, of ehol rcs. Clu,.. Har Top those who prefer a lghter co.t, n Oxford for r. wear, or n.tual for afternoon and sport wear. A full assortment ownes, Meyers and Hansen Gloves, n varous colors 4 leathers. Pg Buckskn, Hen skn. Well dressed.we an asset Ar her n the Unve Blty, or at the evtn ng house partes. All Florshern Shoes n College lasts $0 00. CLOTHHS HABERDASHERS HATTERS FORMAl WFAR FOOTWEAR SPORTWEAR 373S PRUCE STREET U. OF P. CAMPUS "Merchandse That Expresses Personalty" Get Your Gym Outft at Pcnndashcn ' GYM SHRTS COc. and 75c. GYM RUNNNG PANTS AND DRAW RS and 95c. GYM 3HOE ,.SO & 0.65 GYM r.upportrrs 50c. WJaen Hearts An And f a quest n ol ".l. ng a trck," from your rval for..] the lttle one you'd lk> to \dl your "partner." * * * / 'm gamble»n y> m Ju,. nur trotl m llt * * *!/\.' the knd we buld to your u n lnes f r $40. lrumps h the slk'lned 7 same prce that y< your roll on. And you can cou royal flush of joy your queen v. you" n on nohby Topcoats. : Aces at $2*. h the "Bg H j that take th fohn B. r.ll o thruout. T., COLLEGE SHOP EMBELLSHERS O ;!nnl Avenue XTfRORS

5 : :.,, OCTOBER 25, 926 THE PENNSYLVANJAN PAGE FVE VAN HORN'S Hallowe'en Shop S. E. Cor. 2th & Chestnut EVERYTHNG FOR Beng we YOUR PARTY HUNDREDS OF COSTUMES Sale or Rental All Prl New mportatons. etc.. Makeup. Masks and 5c up. CoHtume : :y. SfaOU, Has.,_. Gloves, Slrts. Col. Bafts, Buck r Swords, Daggers n ms Feet, Bars, Noses, Nose makers. Noveltes,, abrl s, 'H>J and Slver._, Jewels, Bells, a r essed s a queston of krowrg where to go GET ACQUANTED WTH LONKER & LONKER CLOTHNG of the better knd 38 Market Street Phla., Pa. K A CLOTHES OUR BBPBESBNXATV Mr. MORRE LUXENBERG wll be at DORMTORY LAUNDRY J707 Spruce Street TOMORROW LUXENBERG CLOTHES are made to your measure and talored n our own shops Nat LUXENBERG 9 Bro. J7 Unon Square, New York Btfrtn 6«* 9 ('» St. D. DeReny, of Budapest Unversty, Made Assstant Professor of Anatomy n Medcal School WOMAN JONS DENTAL FACULTY Dr. P.. appontm. < r» e B B! tpesl 'nlver \ '* Profes \ the Scl :" Me Hene Mrs. Te K. Brya t to AssU B ry n Joseph B. Pope : as Place n.m Ser ted Prof ssor Cla ol the : aenl ;. a W \ Dr. D Be Dr. R. to the 8 3 Profess G Wlls Dr. J. C Sa Mr. Bry nt, da! Dr. Edv C. Krk, la the Orel a n meml"t n :.' > '. r\\ Dr.. who was ' to of the 8 D (or many j rs w m s P sor of Dental Pathology and Therape and "ne of the trustees of the Thorn, W Evans Museum and nsttute So FRESHMAN GRDDERS CRUSH ST. JOHN'S MANLUS, 9 TO 6 Pennsylvana's Freshman eleven ts record of the season clean by l.feat ng the Bt John's School ard machne Saturday at Manllus, New fork, by a re.f S to '. The d"! and Blue team dsplayed tn.' brand of football n crushng the Manllus mltary school's representatves n ther tr;t loss of the yar. The play of Bell and B nbloom for the Freshmen featured the same. Brll scored two of the team's throe touchdowns by brllant runs of S and 33 yards. The Freshman fullback, Rosenbloom, scored frsl B ten be through St. John's lne and crossed the goal lne, Brll was su essful n one of hs dree al ten pts to touchd Fencng Competton Closes en lock, jer ' leu to make tacl tnt oew andld tes wll n an Half Cuts Count Up! Why Be Late For Class? ALARM CLOCKS WATCHES, CLOCKS. FRATERNTY & SEAL JEWELERY EXPERT REPARNG Watches Clocks Fountan Pens Engravng fuujrr 3F. JJrrr JEWELER New Locaton 3709 SPRUCE STREET WHEN YOU CANT 8EE DAD 8EE DAVE BROOKS Money Loan Offce 329 Woodland Ave. Branch 8tore 722 Marcet 8treet Open tll 0 P. M. PRNTNG Pennsylvana!! Prntng Co. J45 Woodland Ave Never Closed Ba j N PYLE & NNES TALORS P TOR. *> MEN AND bars rvto wn w ^^^ coats 9 WALNUT T, PHLADELPHA. L. B. SCHOFELD, '3 Presdent Clothes Satsfacton For over 20 yeart we have gven Clothe* satsfacton to many Penn Men Our "brghtest and best" nock now awats your call whether for Sack, Tux edo, Full Dress. Sports Suts or Over Alwaya the newest n pattern and the latest n style. PYLE & NNES LEADNG COLLEGE TALORS 5 WALNUT ST. Drect Coal Company 30th and Race Street A SPECALZED SERVCE TO FRATERNTES T. M. SCHONOUR VcePresldent Showng Here Today Men's Raccoon Coats by Gunther &fth 5k<<mua mt 36* trvr NEW YORK HOUSTON HALL STORE SPRUCE STREET M. Frank W. Coburn, Representatve DE LUXE DNNG CAR 240 S. 40th (Bet. Spruce and Locust) NEVER CLOSED D. H. KRESGE Exclusvely Dfferent D. M. KRESGE S THE PHRASE APPLED TO OUR FALL A.; f, NTEfl SUTNGS BY KNOWNG PENNSYLVANA MEN. THEY ASSURE US THAT A LNE OF FABRCS, SUCH AS WE HAVE ASSEMBLED, AND SO WDELY SELECTVE, HAS NEVER BEEN EQUALLED AT PENNSYLVANA FROM THE NEW AUTUMN TONES N BROWN DOWN TO THE POPULAR ENGLSH MXTURES OUR LNE S COMPLETE AND MOST WORTHY OF YOUR NSPECTON. T S,OF COURSE, NEEDLESS TO MENTON THAT PEW SYLVANA MEN HAVE BEEN MOST RESPONSVE TO OUR LOWER PRCE POLO $60 & $65 PWAR; CUSTOM TALORED D. H. Kresge EXCLUSVE TALORS FOR COLLEGE ME'. SNCE SPRUCE ST. PHLA., PA. 6: ".ASSAL, ST. PR NCETON, N. J.

6 _ :. :..... PAGE SX THE PENNSYLVANAN TUESDAY. OCTOBER COLLEGE CAMPUS CHAT. : be etltlon pur 5 for ~ e Bufla one dls nt t was "unsregardful of property ronghn u before, t dm Cool me wll be n tars Col R :. ndred Fn hmen nto. rep rted tha l. the M < '"l Yellow Lantern Cafetera 344 Walnut Street Luncheon.30 to 2 Breakfast 7.30 to 9 Dnner 5 to 7 Closed Surday p <r W PENN MEN PREFER ORENTAL TEA ROOM 3425 Woodland Ave. Open Dally A. S. n A. S. 8 eclal Luncheoug 35c and 50c A. M. to 2 \ M. Specal Dnners 5 P. M. to 8 V. M. Turkey Dnner on Sundays Orchestra at Dnners. Slagar C rerslty Fn shn D «He wa a tumbll. amaa gh the atf The S A Manlt ba ' ersltj Wlnnepeg,. n on en have p aaed B n elebratlng lt«ffteth annversary, Unversty beld a two y and Saturday. Over > hnndred alumn representng an f.5c and $.00 ''" rarlous Qgt n an effort to "take the brawl ont ofj... M. D Assocaton ent met eemenl :. An.:.' and w.: y. n. Th "n. are taken by :. th< other tw PACFY THOSE STOMACH PANGS AT THE PALM TREE DNER WTH OUR CHOCE MORSELS OF UN ADULTERATED WHOLESOME NOURSHMENT WHCH MEANS EAT AT ANY HOUR AT THE TWN PALM TREE DNER WAGONS 249 and 265 So. 37th rate nhor( <.f them nduced B000 P men to oose E ward Clothe volume and d w ll ellml ' a n b profts, raak possble. \ smart ral or overcool a your ndvdual measure. $28.75 and $38.75 The Edward Talorng Company Central Cty Store 724 MARKET STREET WARD CLOTHES <MADE FOR YOU y.< <v nv ;.: Y ABBOTTS CE CREAM Watch for openng of MLT'S LUNCH rvng at 37th BEST COFFEE ON THE CAMPUS ABBOTTS CE CREAM \ uf u H u.f j n AM m/ "N THE CENTER OF THE CAMPUS" THE GRLLE LUNCH 363 WOODLAND AVENUE OYSTERS HOT WAFFLES CLAMS Full Course Luncheon to 2 Full Course Dnner 5 tc Model Mlls Company Manufacturers of Kard Wlton Rugs Phladelpha "RED" GRANGE The famous "gallopng ghost" wll lead hs NEW YORK YANKEES aganst the PHLADELPHA QUAKERS at the Muncpal Stadum, October 30 A clash of the two greatest grdron stars GRANGE and KRUEZ See the Superlatve of Football as Played by "THE ALLAMERCANS RESERVED SEATS ON SALE AT Gmble *, Spadmg's, Conway's, Mortbach', Broad and Snyder Ave.; Sesqu Tcket Offce, Cty Hall Court yard. Curran & Meade, 225 Market St. and 28 S. 52nd St. and POLLOCK'S CGAR STORE & RESTAURANT 3262 CHESTNUT STREET Full Returns of the Pennsylvana llnos Game

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