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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1946
We; The Women
Houseparty Is A
Houseparty best approaches the
movie version of everyday col
lege-life. The high school boy or
girl's dream of a college big
weekend is - summed up in this
three-day whirl of dances, picnics;
and casual dateS. If the football
team scores the winning touch-
down in the -last few minutes of
play—as- happened six house-par
ties ago—it would. scarcely faze
a soul. For almos't anything. can
happen at houseparty.
I'ts the triple-threat date that ,
coeds are warned about. Advice
on what to wear and what not to
do madly circulates the campus .
for weeks previous to .the -big
event. "You've never lived until
you attend a houseparty at State"
is the current , recommendation.
If you can live through it you're
inclined to heartily agree.
T 6 the coed houseparty means
dancirkg with the man of her
hour, wearing a huge pompom to
the game, two three o'clocks, and
bull sessions in the dorm until
four o'clock about love, hOuse
party, and love.
,To the man houseparty means
. . . well, it all depends' on the
man and the conditiOn he's in.
As to clotkes—a fctrmal Friday.
. night, a sheer wool for the game
and tea dance which follows Sat
urday, and a dressy silk for Sat
urday night will• do the trick.
And of course houseparty is the
weekend many a. coed's pet hi-le
-the irnpore---arrives to usurp
her man and leave her pining
for a lust ordinary weekend of
,noncompetitive action. 4 The most
whiiti :can be 1 said .about 99 per
, cent of tlielitipdrts IS rA,..AMOR
OLT& The least which can be ad
ded is that 33 1 / 2 per cent , of the
coeds dislike them for stealing
their dates, 33 1 / 2 , per cent dislike
them because imports are tradi
tionally disliked, and the other
33 1 / 2 per cent, just plain dislike
them. (We might add that 'most
,imports are swell kids, but be
ing a coed we wouldn't 'dare.)
If this is your first houseparty
add what we've said to what we
could have said about remember
ing to be a lady and you may
know what to expect. If you have
experienced other houseparties
you know that you can go into it
with your eyes and ears open and
still know what to expect. So
what's the use?
At any rate,'houseparty is THE
weekend of the year—a threefold
chance for a wonderful time. So,
if you know, the score on your
houseparty tally, yours. is a hap
With Other Women—
Coeds Bemoan Loss Of
Pin Planting Spot
'Coeds at Ohio Wesleyan are
complaining because Sulphur
Sriring, traditional pin planting
spot, has gone dry.
Down at the University of South
'Carolina, twenty women were
chosen by. varsity focitball men agid
mana,gers• to - act as sponsors in the
annual' clash with Clemson.
Without explaining what a
930/ble Mince" is, the Carnegie
:Tartan tells us that ewens and
Scimitars (one of the few honor
aries this campus doesn't have)
gave one for a lea dance.
WSGA at Pitt is making a sur
vey of women in activities similar
to the one which is being made on
Alexander Wcittlgott's niece, Bar
bara, turned in an - application
:blank for the paper at Temple,
listing, as previous 'experience
work with. The New York . Herald
'Tribune and The Vineyard Ex
University of Minnesota ranks
among. 218 . colleges and. un iver
'sales in ninriber of graduates in
In AM Lounges .
Amidst corn shocks and errie
Hallowe'en settings, costumed Ath
erton Hall coeds frolicked in the
four Atherton lounges Wednesday
nigh'i. Passing from lounge to
lounge, coeds enjoyed weird ghost
stories, fortune telling, apple bob
bing, and candy corn contests.
Over-guessing the number of
corn candies - in a quart jar by four
gave-Anne M. Borton '42 individ
ual honors and the candy in this
contest. Individual - *prize in the
oostutne parade 'went to• Josephine
L. Treyz '42 dressed as a witch,
and group honors fell to F. Kay
Baron '4l, Elizabeth A. Bower '42,
Barbara Chapman '4l„. Jane Errett
'4l, Jean Kelly '42, Roberta G.'
Ro'beron '4l, and Marian Quick
'4l dressed as Disney's Seven
dwarfs with Irma Winter '43 as
Six Lessons fin .
For Those Little
Items She Forgfit.
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For. Those Cozy
Chats Away from
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Meals That Are
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*For That Gift To
Help Her Cherish
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Taw the Newest in
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NEXT f ro BANIC CLOCK
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
Three Owens Attend
Two-Day Ohio Convention
Miss Helen Faust, first nresident
of Cwens on this campus, and
former assistant to the dean of
women, was reelected national
president of Cwens at a convention
held this week-end at Musking
ham College, New Concord, Ohio.
Margaret R. Roberts '42, junior
advisor; Louise M. Fuoss '43, pres
ident; and Marjorie L. Sykes '43,
vice-president, delegates to the
convention, discussed Cwen activ
Snow White and Claire H. Hild
inger '42 as Prince Charming.
Parade judges were Mrs. Grace
L. Hall, Miss Jeanette Oswald, Mrs.
Gail B. Pope, Mrs. Anne B. Searle,
Atherton Hall hostesses, Mrs. Edith
M. Johnson, supervisor of dining
commons, and Miss Emma F. Rich
ardson, supervisor of women's
A Hearty Welcome
To Our Guests
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WHAT TO DO '`---
MAKE THE DAIRY STORE YOUR
HEADQUARTERS THIS WEEKEND •POR
GINGERALE - SPARKLING WATER
AND ALL MIXERS
FRESH CIDER BY 'THE GLASS,
QUART, GALLON OR KEG
Also A Complete
FOOD AND FOUNTAIN-SERVICE
THE DAIRY STORE
CORNER ALLEN AND BEAVER STS.
Senate To Breakfast
Senior members of WSGA Sen
ate will breakfast in Mac Hall at
8 a.m. Monday with Miss Char
lotte E. Ray, dean of women, and
her assistants, President Ralph D.
Hetzel and his assistants, and• the
deans of all schools.
For freshman Dinner
A committee in charge of the
freshman dinner- scheduled for
Mac Hall, November 18, has been
appointed by WSGA and PSCA.
On the committee are: Jean E.
Hershberger '43, Margaret K.
Sherman '43, Betty Rose Broder
ick '44, Dorothy Jane Jennings
'44, Dorothy L. Jones '44, and
Margaret K. Ramaley '44.
Using the theme, "Around the
World." each table will be decor
ated as a different country.
THIS IS HOW SMALL THE
FELLOW FELT WII 0
FORGOT - TO TAKE HIS
DATE TO THE CORNER
Bookwomi Takes Prize
AI Hallowe'en Dinner
Eight freshman women, whP
carried books and were partly con
cealed under a blanket labeled
"Bookworm," took the prize of a
bushel of apples for the best cos
tume at the Hallowe'en dinner ir.
McAllister Hall last night. .
Honorable mention was given t , •
a table of women who wore dink
and black ties and sang Colleg ,
songs and also to a group repro
Judges were Dean Charlotte E.
Ray; Miss Mary J. Wyland, asst
ciate professor of education; Mis -
Elizabeth C. Bell and Miss Mar:
J. Stevenson, assistants to the dean
Phi Mu Pledges Three
Phi Mu pledged Qenevra
Stone '4l, Hilda A. Lukens '42, ant.
Dorothy J. Frank '43.
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