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Chinese Dinner Planned
Chinese students will be honor
guests, and Rev. Gordon Mahy,
Shantung missionary, will be the
speaker at a dinner for Chinese
relief sponsored by the sophomore
class of the Westminister Founda
tion at the Presbyterian church at
5:30 p.m. tomorrow.
'Kappa Kappa Gamma initiated
Patricia L. Patton '4l, Doris J.
'Lederer '43, Jeannette Lose '43,
and Lila A. Whoolery '43 last
Shows At 1:30. 3, 6:30, 3:30
NOW AT LAST YOU
CAN SEE IT! !
)?Üblic Opinion Demanded
This Production Be Shown
MARCH OF TIME'S
a FEATURE LENGHTH
"BAPTISM OF FIRE'
THE PICTURE MR. HITLER
DIDN'T WANT AMERICANS
TO SEE! ! ! !
1, Why Norway and Den
mark Surrendered After
Seeing "The Baptism of
2. "M" Day . What Ii Will
Mean To You.
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shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30, 8:30
LAST TIMES TODAY I
THURSDAY - FRIDAY I
College Coeds Still
Chose Lil Abners
When Sadie Hawkins was 45
and still hadn't bagged a man, her
pappy. Heksebiah, rounded up all
the eligible bachelors in Dogpatch,
fired a gun, and set Sadie loose.
Colleges have continued the chase
ever since, with the coeds catch
ing their own particular Li'l Ab
Most colleges observed Sadie
Hawkins Day last Saturday, but
since this date conflicted with
Houseparty, Mortar• Board, local
agency for backwoods-type ro
mances, set State's big doins' for
this Saturday with "Spinster Skip"
decorations based on this theme.
A men's fraternity at the Uni
versity of Arkansas held a day
with coeds dressed like Daisy Mae
and men like Li'l Abner.
A log cabin front decorated the
bandstand with several barrels of
apples and turnips, and enlarge
ments of Al Capp's cartoon char
acters carrying out the theme.
Morris Harvey College combin
ed the event with a football game
Saturday, although coeds could
start gunning for men at sunrise.
Through the day, coeds paid all
bills for entertainment. The man
hunting race was held between
halves of the game, with Mairyin'
Sam riding a donkey, and referee
ing the spree.
Oklahoma University's chase be
gan at 4 p. m., with the penalty of
paying all expenses and being sub
jected to a soup bowl haircut for
any man caught. Men invited any
where had to go with the coed who
asked him. To further celebrate
the day, Salomey, the pig, was let
loose on campus.
Theta Sigma Phi Bids
15 Women Journalists
Fifteen women, seven juniors
and eight seniors, received bids to
Theta Sigma Phi, women's profes
sional journalism honory, yester
Phyllis A. Buechele, Dolly E. J.
Conner, Florence E. Held, Leslie
A. Lewis, Sybil R. Martin, Mildred
R. Plapinger, Ellen N. Ritts, and
Beth M. Swope, are the seniors
Juniors are Helene S. Davies,
Jane H. Firestein, Claire H. Hil
dinger, P. Marie Lawrence, Betty
Jo Patton, Fredlyn H. Pottash,
and Jeanne C. Stiles.
Evenings Only 6-30, 8:30
TODAY - THURSDAY I
COME AND HOWL
THEY'RE MR. AND MRS.
'l LOVE YOU AGAIN '
TEE DAILY COLLEGIAN
We, The Women,
The Blue Band—
SINCE the first football en
counter we have wanted to ex
pound our admiration for the Blue
Band's snappy formations, and
after the houseparty tilt we can
hardly control the typewriter keys
in dashing - off words of praise—
stupendous, colossal, gigantic!
The "Let Me Call You Sweet
heart" number almost surpassed
"Funiculi, Funicula" as a super
arrangement, and stole the hearts
of 15,000 fans in the bargain. Put
ting Hum in a uniform after all
these years helped, too. After the
march arrangements he has work
ed out we would like to put him
on a pedestal.
We swell with pride when the
band struts down the field in dou
ble quick steps making rivarbands
look like something which was try
ing hard to catch up to the leader.
Here's to the Blue Band—the best
there is anywhere.
FOR A YEAR we have wonder
ed what the animal was they called
"lion." When it waddled across
Beaver Field after two dogs, we
concluded the lion isn't_ a lion. It's
a teddy bear.
CALL IT sour grapes if you will,
but we contend that 99 per cent
of the imports looked like Coney
Island pickups. The other per cent
sent "sorry buts."
LUCKMAN presents a
met full of Chesterfields
ie All-American College
•1 MARY LOU BULLARD.
YOUR GOAL FOR
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Copyright 1940. faccrrt & lutras Toucco Co.
Home Ec Seniors
Demonstrations by Home Eco
nomics seniors began yesterday in
106 Home Economics Building
with Bertha M. Douthett and Ruth
N. Ginter presenting "Meats For
The Thanksgiving Dinner." Maria
R. Kase will give "After The Tur
key—The Pie," at 10 a. m. today,
and at 11 a. in., Ann- K. Lobach
will demonstrate "Harvest Season
"Delightful Thanksgiving Des
serts" will be shown on Friday at
10 a. m. by Charlotte A. Lowe, and
at 11 a. m., "The Prologue to a
Pleasing Meal" will be done by
Mary Jane Margerum. On Satur
day at 10 a. m., K. Virginia Bar
ger will offer "Vegetables! The
Harvest Season's Favorites," while
at 11 a. m., Marian F. Rapp will
present "Holiday Entertaining
Made Easy and Interesting."
Next Tuesday at 10 a. m., Elea
nor M. Boyer will show how to
"Let Your Oven Do it," and at 11
a. m., Jeanne Clarke will do
"Humpty Dumpty Entertains."
Mary Belle Crossman ,will offer
"Milk and Cheese Delights," next
Wednesday at 10 a. m., and at 11
a. m., Rhea J: Hower is to present
"Festive Salads for Your Thanks
There are three touchdowns in every
pack of Chesterfields for smokers like your
self. ,The first is a COOLER smoke . . . the
second score for Chesterfield is BETTER TASTE
. . . and the third and winning score for any
smoker is Chesterfield's REAL MILDNESS.
The reason Chesterfields satis.6 , is in their right combi
nation of the finest tobaccos grown. . . the perfect blend
that you'll find in no other cigarette. They really Satisfy.
MAKE YOUR NEXT PACK CHESTERFIELD
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1940
HE Consultant Service
Opens For All Coeds s
Clothing and personal appear
ance consultant service, sponsored
by the home economics depart
ment, was open in Room 223, Home
Economics Building, from • 3 to 5
p.m. yesterday under the direction
of Miss Pearle Haas, instructor in
This service, which is open to
all coeds with problems of personal
appearance, budgeting, or clothing,
also meets from 4 to 5 p.m. Fridays
under Miss Anormalee Martin of
the clothing department.
Five Women Tested
For Hockey Umpiring
Five' women who were tested
on hockey umpiring on Holmes
Field Monday afternoon by . Mrs.
Helen Chariotte, former All-Am
erican hockey player and -national
ly-rated umpire, completed their
examinations yesterday morning.
Bernice M. Maurer '42., Ethel M.
Patton '42, V. Dorothy Radcliffe
'42, and Betty E. Widger '4l were
tested on intramural rating, while
Miss Mildred A. Lucey, instructor
in activities, was tested on local
The library at the University of
Texas now houses 639,732 volumes
art increase of 26,117 over last
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COOLER, BETTER TASTE