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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1949
At The News
with ROBERT LANE
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How 'About A Date?_
'Hitler the canine,, and Musso
lini, , the can on his tail, have ap
parently dis'garded their horoscope
asla means of predicting: just when
the'British Lion will he caged.
'•‘Ever since-July 1, the fall of the
British -Empire has . been prognos
ticated every two weeks as regu
larly, as pay: day. When the first
of July failed to materialize, Hitler
and Mussolini .promised.their fol
lowers that on July 6, without
fail, “blitzkrieg incorporated"
would he doing business from their
new headquarters in No; ID Down
ing Street. Their next date with
John. Bull was predicted for July
15, but again' Hitler and -Mussolini
“got stood up."
' Finally realizing that Mr.
Churchill had no intention of keep
ing his rendezvous with Herr Hit
ler and Signor Mussolini, the total
itarian board of strategy held a
meeting- and decided that predict
ing certainnjohths would' besmcre
feasible, thus lowering the odds of
their being right from 365 to 1, to
i 2 to 1. " "
being next in linetm the
calendar, was the immediate
choicer-then Septemher, how we
understand that Pqtober and. No
vember are receiving considerable
attention. Having used up all but
one of - the remaining months in
the year of 1941, Virginia Gayda,
Mussolini’s mouthpiece, promised
fire Fascist citizens only , last week
that 1942 will be the year,
: Gayda, incidentally, .was the
gentleman-who-minimized the im
portance of the United State? trad
ing 50 destroyers to Great Britain,
qhd then two days later, released
an official announcement of “Ben
ito, the boisterous,” that Italian
war vessels in die- Mediterranean'
-were returning to home ports at
The recent shelling of Fascist
legions oh. the Egyptian coast by,
the British- fleet affirms ;the report
that if the Italian fleet approaches
any closer to their home ports, they
will end up' in dry dock.
:j Although it is impossible th de
termine what success Italy may at
tain in Egypt until the campaign
is well under way, it is very ob
vious at. the present time that the
Italian fleet has 'no intention of
keeping a .date with-the. British
navy in' the Mediterranean Sea.
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; gerniiggiong fpy women
Students granted for big dance
weekends have been changed from
3 a. m. Friday night and. 2 a. m.
Saturday night to 3 a. m. Friday
night and l a.- m. Saturday night,
WSGA has announced;
For. both spring and fall house
parties, dormitory closing hours
remain 3 a. m. Friday and Satur
day nights. Freshman coeds must
have written- permission from
their parents for houseparties.
During the week, upperclasg
Women must be in at. 10 p. m. and
freshman coeds at 9 p. m. unless
special late permission has been
granted by the dormitory hostess.
Seniors are allowed 11 p. m. per
missions during second semester.
Upperclass women may be out
until 1 a. m. Friday and Saturday
nights and 10 p. m, Sundays;
freshman -women are allowed
three dates a .weekend, one one
o’clock, one ten OL’cliock, and Sun
day until 5:30 p.m., During the
first' three weeks pf classes fresh
man coeds may not date and must
be in by 9:30 p. m. on weekends.
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A, Vickrey, John H. Detweiler,
Donald IL MoCaa, John Jackson.
Cfei Phi. (7): James. Deitzlec,
Jack Minford, Robert Newton,
Larry Ostermayer, Robert Shrom,
J. Donald Wentzler.
Delta Chi (10): Jack Fletcher,
, John B. Thomas, Richard Newton.
; Delta Sigma Phi (6): Walter B.
Delta Tau Delta (13): Edward
Yewell, Bob Tilton, Herbert Wilt,
Bob White, -Dale W. Byeps, Lester
M. Davisi-CJark Daugherty, Ratph
Lyfprd, William Prichard, Bill
Rankin, William H. Rapp, Joseph
W. Steel, W. Wilbur’ Trestle.
Delta Upsilon (16): James Vost
ers, Byron B. Turner* John L.
Monks, Moyhan Hull, Charles E.
Hannan,' Thomas Egan.
Gamma Sigma Phi (11)
Kappa DelM Rho (5)
Kappa Sigma (4)
Lambda Chi Alpha (4),
Phi Delta Theta (13): Robert K.
Cochrane, Douglas W. Purdy, Ro
bert D. Scheirer.
Phi Epsilon Pi (13) -
Phi Gamma Delta (17): Robert
Kapp, Raymond W. Parks, Stewart
H> Burns, Thomas Server.
Phi Kappa "(IQ): Thomas. F.
Walsh, John Svalina, John W.
Shields, John Rathgel, Robert D.
O'Brien, Frank W. Doyle, Robert
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
We, The Women—
. A Hew Era ; ;
. WITH THIS ISSUE' we not
only welcome The Daily Collegian
but also, a new era for Penn State
;women. On our women’s page we
shall endeavor to completely cov
er all coed activities and to reflect
women students’ progress.
It is fitting that this column
progress with the new daily paper.
So, we drop the US GALS and WE
WOMEN of last year and adopt
WE, THE WOMEN. Daily in this
space.we shall interpret ALL the
news from the women’s viewpoint.
As occasion demands we shall
suggest improvements and cru
sade" for their execution.
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FRESHMAN” WEEK STUFF—
The dean of women’s staff was
plenty 1 worried when Miss Zang
received, a telegram; from a fresh
man’s mother asking that her
daughter be.met at the bus. She
was arriving on the 6:29. (Miss
Zang plus two other hostesses met
We miss the tanned faces and
crew haircuts of other falls but as
usual fraternity men are wearing
their best suits—until rushing
ends of course.
There is the same gawking out
of comer room windows for fa
miliar feces and the usual com
ments on each newcomer.
Then there’s the man who asked
if the women wearing red and
grey jackets were band members.
“25 Freshman Boys Are Award
ed 4-Year Sears-Roebuck Scholar
ships” says a headline in the first
issue. We would like to change it
to read, “25 Freshmen Get Col
B. Finn, Warren V. Galaffa, Adrian
J. Krebs, Samuel A. Musmanne.
Phi Kappa Psi (12): Parker
Youpg, Winfield C. Llewellyn, Ross
Rutobaugh, Tpm Lane, Richard
ilrving; Carroll Hippensteel, Wal
lace 'Haupt, William Good, George
Phi Kappa Sigma (9): William
Schabacker, Carl E. Olson, George
W, MacSparran, Donald M. Irwin,
Clifford L. Huntington, Henry E.
Ginter, James C. Fitzpatrick, Will
iam B. Clemmens, William B.
Phi Kappa Tau (9): William H.
Paul, Edgar W. Breisch, William
F. Bates, .Robert Kochenour.
Phi Sigma Delta (14)
Phi 'Sigma Kappa (8): John C.
Scheppman, Richard F. Spurck,
Richard A. Stephens.
Pi Kappa Alpha (12)
Pi Kappa Phi (10)
Sigma Alpha 1 ” Epsilon (10): Har
old L. PickeL
Sigma Chi (8): Howard J. Snow
den, Janies P. Measday, Wilson
Knight, Robert Gegenheimer, Fred
Sigma Nu (15): Don Brown,
William Henry, Robert H. Herr
man, Don Mehmel, Robert Sloan,
George G. Weddell.
Sigma Phi Alpha (8): Richard
Cressman, Joseph Sheean.
Sigma Phi Epsilon (3)
Sigma Pi (10):. Floyd Stinson,
James Storm, Robert Williams,
James Walker, William C. Procter,
Richard Keller, Hager De Long.
Tau Kappa Epsilon (12): William
Vanderlin, Frank Schneider, Hom
er Davis, Richard S. Clarkson.
' Tau Phi Delta (3)
Theta Chi (5)
Theta Kappa Phi (11): Robert
Pease, Richard D. Michel, John
McCloskey, James D. Kilker,
Francis T. Drumm, Patrick D.
Theta Nu Epsilon (4)
Here's the answer to that ARROW SHIRTS ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS
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comfortable room at a rea- ff ■
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The COLONIAL . MEN'S APPAHEL
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Sporh Clubs Demonstrate Skills
To 200 Frosh Coeds A! Rally
Officers Explain WRA;
Folk Dancing Follows
Pantomines and skits by Wom
en’s Recreation Association’s
Sports Clubs' highlighted the
Sports Rally for nearly 200 fresh
man women in White Hall from 1
to 4 p. m. yesterday.
Representatives of Archery,
Dance, Fencing, Golf, Outing,
Rifle, Variety, Swimming, Ten
nis, and Variety Clubs and intra
murals" demonstrated their par
Marjorie A. Harwick ’4l, WRA
president, discussed WRA organi
zation and elections; L. Eleanor
Benfer '4l, vice president, ex
plained “club activities; Bernice
M. Mauer ’42, treasurer, outlined
social events; and Ann T. Drivas
’43, spoke on publicity.
Folk dancing following dub
skits was led by EtheL M. Patton
’42, assisted by Mis? Mauer, V.
Dorothy Radcliffe ’42, and Betty
Meal Tickets $3.35 for $3.90
Full Course Dinners
Served From 7 A. M. to 8 P. M.
202 W. COLLEGE AVE-
L. Ziegler ’42. Refreshments were
served prior to general play in
badminton and ping pong.
Coeds were given ah opportun
ity to sign up for two of the clubs.
Women interested in club mem
bership may sign up in the WRA
office in White Hall.
Club presidents who serve on
the activities board chairmaned
by Helen L. Mazur ’42 include
Archery, Mary L. Lenker *43;
Dance, Vera. J. Palmer ’4l; Fenc
ing, Elizabeth C. Rose ’42; Golf,
Janet L. Fleming ’42; Outing,
Mary G. Procter ’4l; Rifle, Dor
othy B. Reeves ’4l; Swimming,
Louise B. Clark ’4l; Tennis, Jose
phine J. Taggart ’4l; and Variety,
Jeanne M- Chew ’4l.
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