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Catch - • I-The -Campus
Voting Opens Next Week
Wm (hi sigs Entertain
Mus With Hunt, Dance
A. scavenger hunt which was at
tended by 50 persons was held for
the Phi Mus at the Alpha Chi Sig
ma fraternity at 7:30 p. m. Satur
day, with a buffet supper and
dance from 9:30 p. m. to 1 a. ra.
following the hunt.
Mrs. Charles C. Peters, a Phi Mu
patroness, and Mr. Henry H. Geist,
associate professor of chemistry,
Mac Hall Has Mix-Up
A Mac Hall mix-up to help co
eds get better acquainted was held
Sunday night. Each floor of the
building had open house for a half
,our and women from other floors
were entertained. The committee
4n char=ge was: Frances M. Burke,
:Shirley L. Hayes, Grace L. Judge,
+llsie M. Longenecker, Mary J.
Matry, and F. Doris Stevenson.
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Ideal Man Will Receive
Crown At . Spinster Skip
choice for the ideal man, will be
crowned at Mortar Board's Spin
ster Skip which is slated for White
Hall 'from 9 to 12 p.m. on Novem
ber 9. Balloting for the title will
start next week at Student Union
and the Corner Room.
Stiggestions for the Catch-of
the-Campus title include W. Lewis.
Corbin '4l, Roger S. Findley '4l,
Robert B. Jeffrey '42, William S.
Kirkpatrick '4l, H. Leonard
Krouse '42, Charles M. Peters '4l,
Robert Robinson '4l, and L. Craig
What Penn State "Gable" would
Tickets to the informal dance,
for which the Campus Owls will
play, may be obtained from Eliza
beth M. Baker, Betty M. Brown,
L. Eleanor Benfer, Edith A. Bur
rage, Eleanor Pagans, Ruth
Goldsteiri, Marjorie A. Barwick,
Janet L. Holtzinger, Vera L. Kemp,
Vera M. Neal, Harriet Singer, and
Elinor Weaver, for one dollar.
Proceeds will be used for schol
Chapel Speaker Stresses
Value of Dreaming
"Those whose names are in the
hall *of fame today are the men
and women who yesterday dream
ed and made their dreams come
true," said Dr. Henry W. A. Han
son, president of Gettysburg Col
lege, in his address at Chapel serv
Speaking on the subject, "The
Inheritors of a Great Tradition,"
Dr. Hanson pointed out the value
of dreaming. He said, however,
dreams must be realized.
"Columbus and his boyhood
dreams of world travel," Dr. Han
son declared, "will long be re
membered after men like Musso
lini are dead."
At The Movies
CATHAUM—"Third Finger Left
Hand" plus "New March of
STATE—"Too Many Girls."
NITTANY—"Buck Benny Rides
A lung fish has been shipped
alive, packed in dried mud, from
Africa to a Chicago museum.
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
Seventeen coeds made the var
sity debate squad after their try
out speeches on "Resolved, that
the western hemisphere should
form a permanent union or alli
ance for defense against foreign
aggression," Clayton H. Schug, as
sociate professor of public speak
ing, announced yesterday.
Varsity members include Sara .
L. Bailey '43, Josephine H. Beljan
'42, Muriel T. Carmin '43, Hilma
R. Eisen '42, R. Helen Gordon '42,
Mary M. Greenberg '42, Gertrude
H. Hecht '4l, Lois J. Hunter '42,
Doris M. Koch '42, Jean Lawrence
'42, Shirley L. Leidick '42, Sara R.
Lipser '42, Lois E. Notovitz '42,
Edythe B. Ricke '4l, Jeanne E.
Ruess '42, Laura Weaver '42, and
Evelyn J. Willey '42.
Members of the freshman squad
are Lucile Barton, Harriette Block,
Jane E. Conrad, Dorothy K. Brun
ner,' Edith Dobnoff, Helen Dodd,
Edythe Dodnonoff, C. Betty Fried
man, Mildred H. Greenes, Olive
B. Van Houten, Florence I. Jaffy,
Margaret L. Maginnis, Florence
A. Most, Marian R. Rabinovitz,
Margaret K. Ramaley, Muriel
Rothbaum, Margaret L. Trump,
Mary L. Ullom.
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WITH THE ROUND of blue
books awakening us to the fact
that we have been here for over
one month and still haven't gotten
down to work, perhaps a few hints
from surveys made by psycholog
ists and educators may help
turn that "1" into a well-deserved
First, staying up all night never
helped anyone "hit" a blue book.
Rather than wait until the last
evening, 'find the time you can best
concentrate and go to it.
Second, sit at your desk. Spraw
ling on the •bed never induced
anything but sleep. Also, be sure
to have a 100-watt bulb over your
Third, keep the room a trifle cool
—66 to 68 degrees. If you continue
to get groggy, splash a little cold
water on your face.
Fourth, take his picture and any
thing else which might act as an
attention distractor off the desk.
Fifth, know what the prof wants
and be sure you can answer ques
tions with that end in view. Have
a purpose for studying.
Sixth, don't 'be bashful• about
asking friends to leave your room.
A "Do 'Not Disturb" sign on the
door will prevent interruptions.
Seventh, don't believe that you
litab l/1?- COOLER.-..MILDER
Chesterfield has all the qualities that smokers
like best —that's why it's called the SMOKER'S
cigarette. Smoke after smoke and pack after
pack, they give you more pleasure.
Chesterfields are made of the RIGHT COMBINATION
of the world's best cigarette tobaccos.
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We, The Women—
On How To Get ".3s"
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1940
WSGA Junior Service - Boaid
entertained four faculty members
at dinne rin Atherton Hall Sunday
afternoon. Two factilty members
ate in each dining room s with six
The guests and those entertain
ing were Leslie H. Sutherland Jr.
fellow in chemistry, and Mrs. Les
lie H. Sutherland Jr., assistant in
home economics, who ate with M.
V. Cooper '42, R.,Helen Gordon '42
Mary W. Houghton '42, E. Louise
Hack '42, Anita M. Knecht '42, and
Dorothy J. Johnson '42; Earl V.
Dye, associate professor of eco-•
nomics, and Mrs. Earl V. Dye, as-.
sociate professor of home eco
ics, ate with Catherine Bideispa
cher '42, Elinor M.' Derr '42, Helen
D. Gottshalk '42, Betty M. Martin
'42, Roberta S. Kelly '42, and E.
Mae Perry '42. _
can study just as well with the
radio playing, when you are "in
the mood," or when you get warm
These suggestions aren't guaran
teed to put a "3" on your ;blue book,
but they may help.