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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1940
The third and last WSGAlspon
sored nibier - for freshmen will be
given in the Armory from 8 to 11
p. - m. today by Blue Key, junior
men's activities honorary, Ellen.'
11. Richards Club, home economics
group, Panni Nous, -Upperclass
men's letter honorary, and Phi.- t
totes, non-affiliated women's or
All freshman wo7ien living iii y
private hqmes,_Women's t
and dormitories ax .334 West Beav
er Avenue, 425 South Allen Street,
244 East Nittany Avenue, 222 Nest,
College Avenue, and 129 South
Miles Street have Ceen invited.
Men in certain 'counselor -group's I
have been asked to attend.
This weekend is the -last that
freshman women will not be per
mitted to date Coeds attending
the mixer have been granted 11
o'clocks but must wear their
namedards and, may, be escorted
home by men., , „ •
Freshman men attending" !the
mixer must wear• customs but may
accompany women home at 11
White Hall tours for, Dads Day
guests, 7 . t0 8 p. m. -
Beaver House, open dance, vic
trola and house orchestra.
Economics Department meeting,
Room 5 L. A., 10 a. m.
Men and Women going .on Sun
day breakfast bike hike sign up
at SU before 6 p. m.
Mixed hreakfastlce hike, meet
at Metlgor's, 7 a.
League of Evangelical Students,
418 Old 7:30' 332. -
Penn State Outing Club will
sponsor a hike to the College
farms, leave from behind Old
Main, 2:15 p. m.
Freshman fencing candidates,
Ree Hall, 4 p. m.
Candidates for freshman and
varsity gym and for gym manager,
Rec Ball, 4 p. m.
Liberal Arts - Cquncil, 305, Old
Main, 9 p. m.
La Vie junior staff candidates,
315 Old Main, 4 p. m.
Freshman and sophomore Persh
ing Rifles candidates, Armory, 7:15
Alpha Chi Sigma business meet
ing, 318, Old Main. ,
Collegian junior edit staff, 4 p.m.
Sophomore edit p.M., col
, Candidates for second assistant
wrestling manager, Rec Hall, 4 p.m.
Mechanical Engineering smoker,
sponsored by "A.5.111.E., Sandwich
Shop, 7:3Q p.m.
Sales and Service
A Dad's Day Special
Delta Gamma Presents Prize-Winning Skit
To Capture Panhellenic Stunt Night Title
Chi Omega Ptaces 2nd
Before 500 fast Night
With a three-scene depiction of
the Penn State coed, Delta Gamma
copped first prize in the Panhell
enic Stunt Night In the Armory.
last night before :a crowd of - 500.,
Cori Grind, Eddie Athlete, and,
Penny Sophisticate went through.
the trials and tribriThilons of a
college •women's!„ -- life in three
,seenes to make up their choice for,
the popular :coed.
Chi Omega placed_ second in its,
presentation of 11 ;queens—Miss.
1907, Library,' Jitterbug, Forestry,
pin, Corner aocan,-wiry, Phys Ed,
Home Economics; Import,-and typ
ical Penn State Queens.
A take-off on "The March of
Time" brought honorable mention
to Alpha Chi Omega whose por-
We, The Women.—
'Hail To The lion'
And Goodbye. Bison
TODAY WE•WEI,CO'ME football
season. Today we will sit in • the
stands and cheer the eleven men
who will fight the Bison. We will
don our best looking suits, put on
porkpies, slip into spectators, and
perch on west stand bleachers. If
we turn our, heads we will see
Mount Nittany to our rights. 'We'll
resolve again to climb it before
We'll feel autumn in the stiff
breeze which will rush in from the
unsheltered north and see it in the
brilliant-colored mountain ranges.
And we'll shade our eyes for a
better glimpse of ;the green-rib
boned and bedinked frosh in. the
east stands and perhaps wonder if
we had that much pep three years
We'll eat peanuts and drink
cokes just like •we did in other
years and jump np.and shout after
each touchdown as we alwaYs did..
We'll clap the Blue Band when
they form the letters "D
tween hails, and think, as usual,
about how. wonderful they look
marching in precise formation
down Beaver Field.
But this afternoon there will be
a change from the past three years.
For there is, something in the air
this year. It is hard to put into
words, but it makes one thrill to
the :sounds of Old Main chimes
and class songs. Maybe we are just
sentimental seniors, but we attri
bute it to good old Penn State
So - rah, rah, rah, and fight, team,
fight! And may the Bison die
Religious Group To. Meet
The first fall meeting of the
League of Evangelical Students
will held tomorrow evening at
7:31) p. m. in 418 Old Main. The
league is an . interdenominational
Christian organiation and every
one is welcome to attend.
Grange Heck Officers
Sylvia P. Scbmidle...'42-11M,
elected president.-of Grange• and
IVarj(Trie - ;k. Greer '42 was named
vice-president; Betty F. Gibson
'42, secretary-treurer;_ Elsie Ga
brielsen '42, fire .ghief; and Elea
nor P. Hechman '42, social chair
man Thursday night.
For many years...the old Agri
cultural Experiment Station hous
ed practically al lof the School' of
Agricultute 7 . •-,,; •
trayal of President and Mrs. Roose
velt won special applause.
Kappa Alpha Theta pictured the
campus without men in a "Gone
With the Draft"
fashions were displayed by Kappa'
"The Nine Lives of a Cat" by,
Alpha Omicron Pi showed nine se
dentary cats on a back fence,
watching each •different life flit by,
In a historical comparison of,
women's customs in 1803 with
those of 1940, Zeta Tau Alpha
showed the intricacies involved in
getting a date.
Phi Mu presented a mock wed
ding with strictly unconventional
wedding attire and flower girl.
Lipstick, crepe paper, and knees
sang and danced for Theta Phi
."Little Nell,V a poetic melo
drama in one act was given by
State Chemical Group
To Meet Here Wednesday
The 98th meeting of the Central
Pennsylvania section of the Am
erican Chemical Society will be
held in Room 121 Liberal Arts at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Dr. Harold
S. Booth of Western Reserve Uni
versity will speak on "Chemistry
Through the Microscope."
Dr. Booths lecture will be illus
trated by motion pictures and
slides in natural color, that will
deal with the use of the micros
cope in various fields of chemistry.
THE PENN STATE PLAYERS
Clare Boothe's Melodramatic Murder. Mystery Comedy
TONIGHT-8:30" TICKETS $.75
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INTRODUCING THE .
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Refreshments were served by
Pan Hellenic Council after the pro
dUctions under Betty J. Patton '42,
Master of ceremonies and chair
man of the program was Dorothy
B. Reeves '4l. Judges were Miss
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SUNDAY DINNER —V.OO
DINING 12.00 lo 2:30 6:00 io 7:00
DINE and DANCE
TONIGHT —9 to 12
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WRA To Sponsor Coed
Bicycle Breakfast Hike
The WRA Outing Club will
sponsor a co-recreation bicycle
breakfast hike to the WRA cabin
at 7 a. m. Sunday.
Students wishing to attend must
sign up at Student Union by 6 p.
m. Saturday. The group will meet
in front of Metzger's store.
Prices will be 15 cents for
breakfast and 50 cents for bicy
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