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Corbin, Peters, Robinson
Vie For Catch-of-Campus
Winner Will Be Crowned
Om Sadie Hawkins Day
'W. Lewis Corbin '4l, Charles M.
Peters '4l, and Robert Robinson '4l
survived coeds' balloting on their
ideal man and will battle it out
for the Catch-of-the-Campus title
voting this week at Student Union
and the Corner Room.
Pictures of the finalists will be
on display this week at the Corner
Room and the top man will be
crowned with a Mortar Board at
the Spinster Skip, slated for White
HaH. from 9 p. in. to midnight,
The dance will feature the theme
of Sadie Hawkins Day, which
gives coeds legal right to bag their
favorite BMOCs. White Hall will
he decorated with comic strips of
A 3 tO,app's famous characters Daisy
Mae, Li'l Abner, Sadie Hawkins,
Marryin' Sam, Mammy and Peppy
:s(3kum. Ole Man Mose, Mayor
Gurgle, and Frightful and Fruitful
Usual. corsages of roses and gar
denias will be supplanted by cab
bages. carrots, and. cauliflower.
Movie dates made by the coeds,
escorting in reverse, and a door
prize will help reflect Sadie Haw
to catch a man until
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V. The Movies
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FOR SALE—Tuxedo, size 35; ex
cellent condition. Single breasted.
meals available at reasonable
rales. Call 4161 for reservations.
Mrs. Stern, 217 E. Foster.
Gtpd Sat-Tue-Thu 11-14
Tl' YPE WR ETERS—AII makes ex-
pertly repaired. Portable and
office machines for sale or rent.
!Dial 2342. Harry F. Mann, 127 W.
(Beaver avenue. lyr-CRE-ch
LOST—NYU class ring. initials S.
T. Return to P.O. Box 500.
Drop a HMI to
Mother or Dad
IL. G. Balfour Co.
We, The Women
Miss Fix Advises
DEAR MISS FIX
,I am five feet three inches tall
and have blonde hair and blue
eyes. I am Considered a good
dancer and never lack dates, but
there is a man in one of my classes
that I would like to date. He does
n't seem to know I exist. How can
I make him look my way?
Meet the man after class and
ask him to Mortar Board's Spinster
Skip, November S. Then your
troubles will be over.
DEAR MISS FIX:
I am tall. dark. and considered
attractive by my friends. I have
been going steady with a fellow
for the past two years. but we re
cently broke up. Win you advise
me on how to get back into cir
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*Sunday Movies increase employment because -the law
limits the working week to six days.
*The law specifies that no theatre opens before 2 P. M.
*lf golf, -tennis, professional baseball, football, auto
racing are permitted, why not give ALL the people
the right to Sunday recreation?
BE SURE AND GET THE SEPARATE SUNDAY MOVIE BALLOT
THE DAILY COT,T,FGL4N
`Balloon Goes Up'
For Soph Hop Goers
By GEORGE SCHENKEIN
Thespians have done it again!
If "The Balloon Goes Up" is any
indication of the club's success, it
looks like the Thespians are on
their merry way to another banner
year. The popularity of the revue,
which played to packed houses
both nights, was so outstanding
that it merited repeat perform
ances on Soph Hop weekend.
With the show built around
them, the Stooges were mainstays
in creating its success. Ned Start
zel's Elmer in the "Friendship"
number was matchless as was his
portrayal of Myrtle. the nurse, in
a "A Mourning at the Dispensary." ,
The Stooges' "Heil Swastika"
created a wow Saturday night
although the boys' inimitable an
tics did not live-up to "Dirty Olga
From the Volga." Stringer, a typ
ical proto-type of. Martha Raye,
was without parallel in "Friend
ship" and "80-Peep," while her
bouncing. effervescent excitement
in "Minnie The Moocher" stirred
Add to this list Shaft-In-The-
Solve your problem by getting
a date for the-Spinster Skip from
9 to /2 p.m. Saturday night.
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(ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, NOV. 5)
Draft Leon Rabinowitz, in "ROTC"
a takeoff on Jan Savitt's WPA, and
his life-like characterization of
Chief Shtuba, and you have the
stars of the show. Supporting, the
leads were the Swingerettes, a
newly-discovered trio of ear-pleas
ing (and eye-pleasing, too) girls.
"The Balloon" rises again Soph
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1940
Hop weekend. Its striking humor
is by no means subtle but of the
type that produces much raucous
laughter. We've seen it twice and,
like the repeaters at the never
ending "Hellzapoppin'," we'll bet
there'll be plenty of theatre-goers
around these parts who'll come
back again two weeks hence.