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Shows as: X 330, 3:00,, 6:30. 8:30
LAsT TIMES TODAY I
X:enny Baker, Hugh Herbert,
Frances Langford, Ann Miller,
Patsy Melly, Borrah Minevitch
lift Parade of 194 r
"LONDON CAN TAKE IT"
Flown from England by Clipper
Scenes of Warfare in London
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ESTABLISHED 189 G
HOUSE PARTY SPECIAL
ORCHIDS—S2.OO and $2.50
Other Corsages $l.OO and up
Stale College Floral Shoppe
127 W. BEAVER PHONE 2342
We, The Women—
Is Your little. Sister"
Getting Along Alright?
HAVE YOU seen her lately?
Or did you ignore her after Fresh
man Week because she didn't
measure up to your sorority rush
ing standards? Is she getting along
alright? Or, does she need advice
which you could give if you would
visit her this afternoon?
A good many "Little Sisters" felt
lower than the few people who
didn't go to the Temple game last
week-end when their "Big Sisters"
refused to attend the Big Sister
The Big Sister plan was started
several years ago because it was
felt that freshman women needed
the guidance that only an upper
class woman could give. Such a
plan is still necessary.
But most Big Sisters have form
ed the practice of_ taking , Little
Sisters to dinner and a movie dur
ing Freshman Week and then leav
ing them on their own during the
period when they most need ad
Greatest offenders 'are sorority
women, many of whom sign up for
Little Sisters with the hope that
they can evade Panhellenic rush
ing regulations. If their Little Sis
ters aren't smooth enough to meas
ure up to their sorority standards
they are dropped quicker than a
'The responsibility is fixed by the
list of 'Big and Little Sisters 'posted
in the dean of women's. office. •
The friendships which have
started between Big and Little
Sisters are overshadowed, now, by
the ignoring by Big Sisters of
their freshman sisters who don't
measure up to rushing material.
The plan is now a Penn State
tradition and a coed institution. To
abuse it is to evidence lack of Col
lege spirit. And upperclass women,
as well as freshmen, know that
Penn State spirit involves more
than singing "Hail To The Lion"
on a crowded football field.
LARGE PLEASANT double room,
single beds. Reasonable rent.
One half block from new dorm.
Phone 2203, 121 Heister street.
FOR, SALE Tuxedo single breasted,
Size 38, very reasonable. Phone
FOR RENT—Wanted young man
to share half of large double
room, two blocks from Campus.
236 E. FO. ter. Dial 2186.
LOST—Worn brown leather wal
let. Contains driver's license,
A. A. book, other cards and cash.
Reward. George Krupp. Dial 4151.
2tpd 1031 E
ROOM FOR RENT—First floor
with outside entrance. Single
or double. Rent reasonable 507
West College. ltpd 1030 E
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
To Climax Party
An old pair of pajamas worn
backwards or a raggedy study
dress, plus a cockeyed hairdo—in
fact, anything but a skirt and
sweater,—yields a successful cos
tume formula for the Atherton
Hall Hallowe'en party in the four
Atherton lounges starting at 10
p.m. today. '-
Against a typically Hallow'en
setting, costumed women will vie
for individual and group prizes in
the costume parade scheduled for
11:30 p.m. and in a dimly lighted
southeast lounge, uncanny ghost
stories will be told.
Ten cents admission entitles
guests to doughnuts, cider, and
candy which will be served in the
northeast lounge. Apple and candy
contests at two cents a try will be
featured in -the southeast lounge
with fortune telling for two cents
in the southwest lounge. Proceeds
will be used for a scholarship fund
sponsored by WSGA Junior Serv
1W Secretary Feted
Charitides will hold a coffee
hour in honor of Miss Edna Som
merfeld, national secretary - of
Kappa Delta sorority, in the north
west lounge of Atherton at 5 p.m.
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rof 141479 Today, -more than ever, people are taking to Chesterfield
because Chesterfield concentrates on the important
smoking. You smoke Chesterfields and find them cool and
pleasant. You light one after another, and they really taste bet
ter. You buy pack after pack, and find them definitely milder.
• For complete smoking satisfaction
aka , your
you can't buy a better cigarette
04,4pc Oft Licairr a berm Tamcco Ca
Classified Advertising Will' Bring Results!:
'THE BALLOON GOES UP'
'November 1 and 2 at 7 P. M.
Friday Night 50c—Saturday Night 75c •
No Reserved Seats
Tickets Sold In Blocks of 50 •Upon Request
'THE BALLOON GOES UP'
November 1 and 2 at 7 P. M.
Friday Night 50c—Saturday Night 75c -
No Reserved Seats
Tickets Sold In Blocks of 50 Upon Request
The Balloon Goes Up
November I and 2 at 7 P.M:
Friday Night-50c - Saturday Night-75c
No Reserved Seats-
Tickets Sold In Blocks of 50 Upon Request.
Tickets on sale at Student Union and Corner Room.
WEDNESDAY, • OCTOBER