The daily collegian. (University Park, Pa.) 1940-current, November 07, 1940, Image 4
PAGE FOUR Pan-HO Parley gins Tomorrow Nth 80 Delegates Nearly 80 delegates will arrive tomorrow to attend the Regional Panhellenic Conference tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday according to acceptances already received by Mrs. John Vandervort, registra tion chairman. More than 55 sorority represen tatives from 37 eastern colleges and universities will stay in cam pus sorority houses, (while the 16 national and district officers and 3 deans have arrangements in town. All campus sorority women have been invited to attend any of the sessions during the conference pro gram, and may go to the luncheon and dinner at the Nittany Lion Inn on Saturday or the Allencrest breakfast Sunday morning by pay ing for individual meals. The three-day program as an nounced by Mrs. A. K. Anderson, general chairman, follows: Tomorrow: p. m Registration. First floor lo3mge. Old Main. 9 p.m.—Symposium with three or four speakers, Room 304 Old Main. aaturday: 9 a.m.-12 noon—Round tables. Rooms 304 and 305 Old Main. 5. p.m.—Luncheon, Nittany Lion Inn. Speaker, Adrian 0. Morse, assistant to the presi- dent. 2:30-5 p.m.—Round Tables, Nit- tang Lion Inn. 0:30 p.m.—Dinner, Nittany Lion Inn. Speaker, Dr. J. Paul Sel s.am, assistant professor of 1 history, on "Our Responsil ! bility in the World Today." I 0 p.m.—Mortar Board's Spin- ster Skip or Tour of White and Atherton Halls. 10 p.m.-Social hour in southeast lounge of Atherton Hall for those not attending the dance. Sunday: 9-10:30 a.m.--Breakfast meeting at the Allencrest. Committee report. Closing session. r 44 (Oat CLASS RINGS for XMAS Drop a Hinit to Mother or Dad OIRCEIR EAIRILY at IL. G. Balfour Co. Office LOCATED AT 109 S. ALLEN (Same Location) ( Thornton Outdoor Adv. Quaky Signs 220 . E. COLLEGE AVE.-REAR PHONE 2534 We, The Women WSGA Starts Relief Project "KNIT ONE, PURL ONE" is as effective as "Ready, Aim, Fire" in keeping the enemy from British shores. Good food, warm clothing, and a place to sleep are essential to win a battle in which morale plays a greater part than 16-inch guns. Although a drive for funds will be conducted with All-College Cabinet second semester, WSGA's project is now getting underway. Knitting sweaters, helmets, and gloves is a way. for everyone to relieve the suffering of those whose homes have been destroyed and who have been left with insuffi cient clothing for the cold days ahead. Within the next few days mem bers of the project committee will contact each coed to offer wool and needles. If you don't know how to knit, there will be instructions available. If you do know how, start using those free hours to alleviate suffering abroad. You can contribute, too, by giv ing any old wool clothes or by planning benefit bridges. Garments will go to the British War Relief Society whose aid reaches those not eligible for Brit ish Red Cross help (the British Red Cross cares for persons in jured in battles or bombings). Any aid you give strengthens democracy, not only in Britain, but also in the United States. Sororities To Entertain Visiting Officers Four sororities will entertain visiting officers who are in town for the Panhellenic conference this weekend. The honor guest at the Alpha Omicron Pi tea today will be Mrs. Betty Truitt, district superinten dent of the sorority. Gamma Phi Beta will entertain Mrs. Russel Callow, province director, at tea Sunday afternoon and will cele brate their founders' day with a special program Monday evening. Mrs. Paul K. French, district president, will be feted at a coffee hour at the Kappa Alpha Theta house Sunday. Phi Mu will have a coffee hour Tuesday for Mrs. Carrol Melton, national collegiate vice-president. Locust Lane Lodge Begin Special War Relief Drive In connection with the All-Col lege Cabinet and WSGA war relief drive, freshman women in Locust Lane Lodge are conducting their own drive this week which will be climaxed by a social at the Lodge from 7:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday which any one may attend. At the social there will be danc ing, raffles, and special booths where novelties will be sold. Ad mission will be ten cents per per son and proceeds will be turned over to the Cabinet and WSGA who 'will refer them to competent war relief agencies. Five dollars has already been collected by the women by paying each other for special duties such as making beds and doing laundry. Newcomers Club Meels The Newcomers' Club, had a game party in Woman's Building yesterday afternoon. WiNarMM ' l Gals All Set To Bag Their He's Skipping Spinsters! Penn State men will take to their heels . like Li'l Abner, above, is doing, on Saturday, official Penn State Sadie Hawkins Day. If you catch your man, take him to Mortar Board's Spinster Skip. lirith Other Women— Mortar Board At Utah Has Etiquette Service Working to find what is being worn and being done on their cam pus, University of Utah Mortar Board members are conducting a collegiate etiquette service. The coeds will publish - a social blue book to be sold weekly to students. lIIM=I Amalgamated Non-S cookers , University of California, organiz ation has a membership of 23 wo men, 16 men, and 5 non-committal dogs. The group recently held a picnic to prove that a good time can be had without cigarettes. ISM= Run in The Daily California was this little notice: "Wanted: a jun ior woman with flat feet, cross eyes, stringy hair, pink tooth brush, and you know what even her friends won't tell her about." The purpose was to find the Junior Witch Queen to reign over "Witch Day at The University of California" on Hallowe'en. Bucknell Coeds To Visit Six women from the Bucknell Freshman Council will present a program for the PSCA Forum in the Hugh Beaver room at 7 p.m. next Tuesday. The Forum will en tertain the coeds at supper in the PSCA cabin at 5 p.m. Speech Member Named Rosemary C. Rednaugle '4l has been named to fill the vacancy left by 'Mary Ashby '4l on Forensic Council. CLASSIFIED SECTION TYPEWRITERS—AII re akes ex- pertly repaired. Portable and office machines for sale or rent. Dial 2342. Harry F. Mann, 127 W. Beaver avenue. lyr-CRE-ch JEWISH STUDENTS —K osher meals available at reasonable rates. Call 4161 for reservations. Mrs. Stern, 217 E. Foster. 6tpd Sat-Tue-Thu 11-14 DRY DOCK NIGFIT CLUB open ing Saturday, November 16. Make reservations at Student Un ion office 25c per person. WANTED Dependable experi- enced student to work for room rent. No freshman. Write to Box B, Student Union office. 2tcompll-7E LARGE DOUBLE ROOM with cooking facilities. Dial 2426, 218 E. College. 3tpdll9E WSGA Christmas Drive Plans Presented To House Canvassing plans for the WSGA Christmas Drive were presented to WSGA House of Representatives yesterday by Elizabeth Kinsloe '42 and Anita M. Knecht '42, co-chair men. All freshman dormitories will be contacted by WSGA Freshman Council with WSGA Junior Serv ice Board covering women's down town dormitories. Atherton Hall .and women's fraternity houses will be canvassed by the House. Letters explaining the purposes of the drive and listing of societies which will receive the proceeds will be sent to all dormitories. Ann T. Drivas '43 and Harriet H. Stubbs '42 are in charge of posters. Hair Ribbons Off Monday For All Freshman Women Freshman women will not be required to wear their hair ribbons after 8 a.m. Monday WSGA Senate announced last night. However, freshman - coeds must still wear their name cards and follow prev ious dating regulations. Students Address Rotary Robert D. Baker '4l. All-College vice-president. and Mildred M. Taylor '42, WSGA senator, present ed student views on Americanism to the State College Rotary Club at its dinner meeting in the State College Hotel Tuesday night. —TAKE YOUR H.P.K. TO_ SPINSTERs , SKIP ; alloting For The Catch of the Campus Will Continue Until Friday $l.OO White Han - - - - Nov. 9 Informal - - - - -91 M 11 4tchlll2E THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1940. Ideal Man Corbin, Peters, Robinson, —Mortar Board Abners "He's adorable!" "He's handsome!" "What a guy!" - Yep, the local gals are out baggin' their. ideal men, and' Lou Corbin, Chuck Peters and Bob Robinson are the prize \ bachelor boys. For any aspiring coeds not yet in the race, be assured that Cable, Taylor, and Flynn can't hold a candle to these local ,heart-break ers. Lou is that peppy Tribunal prexy who guides misdirected freshmen: He's the' type who has the lassies moaning, "Oh, if you were, only taller!" Think him over when you cast your vote. Blonde Chuck Peters doesn't have to take that "You got to be a football hero" ditty seriously, cause he's the strong type with a neat pass defense. Even the best tailback, however, can• be caught, so call your signals right. Then there's Bob Robinson, Daily Collegian circulation man, Tribunal, baseball player, and actor. The women rave about this fellow, "Tall, dark, handsome, and what a smile!" It just narrows down to this— who's your ideal man—a smoothie, a football star, or an Apollo?.. You can cast your vote for any of these local Li'l Abners, the Catch-of-the-Campus, until Satur day at-the Corner Room or Student Union. Top man will be crowned at the Spinster Skip in White Hall at 9 p.m. Saturday. No matter how you vote, here's hoping for a Happy Sadie Hawkins Day—and good huntin'!