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Le Locust Lane Lodge social,
in connection with the war relief
drive, will be held from 7:30 p. m.
until 1 a. m. Saturday, November
16, instead of tomorrow as pre
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FDLOWS at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30, 8:30
LAST TIMES TODAY
Plus: "Baptism of Fire"
SAT.. MON., TUES.
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SPECIALLY BOOKED FOR PENN STATE'S SADIE HAWKIN'S
DAY . . .
GALS. BRING YOUR LI'L ABNER AND SEE HOW DASIE MAE
GETS HER MAN.
Dogpatch Dowager Gives
Advice On Ketchin' Men
Reveals Own System
To Help Local Gals
Ah heah tell thet all yo coheads
is a gitten set to ketch yo men an'
haul 'em to Motah Boand's Spin
ster Skip tumorry night.
SeeM' ez how I instigated this
(practice, I gess there is no one
bettah kwaleefied to give yo the
dope on jest ho wto ketch the man
'o' yo -dreams.
Fust of all, yo got to be supple
'bout it, an' don't make it too 'par
ent thet yo've bin wantin' to ketch
him evah since Motah Boand an
nounced theah intenshuns.
Walk up to him natcheral-like
an'•ask, "Will yip -all come to de
Sadie Hawkins Dance wif me?
They ah goin' to hey a wonnerful
dance, an yo' don't hey to pay a
cent. 'N if yo' is nice an' don't let
eny othah gal ketch yo', ah'll tak
yo fer a sody aftahwand."
Ef yo Li'l Abner 'pears kinda
shy and relukitant, then don't
hesytate, gal, pull out yo' gun and
staht chasin—even of yo hey to
outrun the ornery critter all ovah
State Cillitch. There ain't no ree
zon why these onmarried bache
or boys should be unpertected,
specially when they ar- so many
Good luck, and may the bes'
Dating Discussion Set
For WSGA Senate Meeting
Dating regulations as applied to
IFC dating code and WSGA regu
lations will be discussed by Arnold
C. Laich '4l, All-College president,
and H. Edward Wagner '4l, IFC
president, at WSGA Senate meet
The possibility of obtaining
checking facilities for fraternity
houses over big weekends to avoid
thefts has been suggested and will
be presented at this meeting,
Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 5:30, 8:30
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THE DAELY COT T.FZIAN
Z ia !leers
We, The Women---
How Can Fraternity
Thefts Be Stopped? .
PETTY THIEVERY has created
problems on the campus in the
past, but when $B5O fur coats are
stolen it is time -to take steps to
avoid the repetition .of such acts
in the future. With Soph Hop com
ing up in less than two weeks, any
preventative measures are worthy
Carefulness as to where wraps
are put on the part of the women
could avert a recurrence of the un
fortunate robberies of houseparty
Fraternities could cooperate by
asking a brother or pledge. to stay
in the rooms where coats are put,
as has been suggested by a member
of the administration.
Reporting of suspicious-looking
outsiders to fraternity presidents
might also be a remedy to the un
precedented wave of robberies.
It is important that no visitor to
our campus go away with any but
pleasant recollections. The cooper
ation of fraternities and women
students can nip the robberies be
fore they blossom into a serious
thorn in the side of big weekends.
Campus Center Club members
will leave first floor lounge Old
Main at 7:30 p. in. for hay ride
Clothing and personal appear
.z.nce consultant service open to all
coeds with clothing problems in
Room 223, Home Economics build
ing, 4 to 5 p. m..
Ski club meeting 7:30 p. m. 313
Old • Main. Anyone interested is
invited to attend.
Pre=medical students wishing to
take American Medical College
Aptitude Tests, make application
at •Room 112 Pond Laboratory.
Independent Party social at Sig
ma Pi Fraternity, 8:30 p. m.
DRY DOCK NIGHT CLUB open
ing Saturday, November 16.
Make reservations at Student Un
ion office 25c per person.
LARGE DOUBLE ROOM with
'cooking facilities. Dial 2426, 218
E. College. 3tpdll9E
. The Thermostatically
Controlled Blending Unit
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REA & DERICK'S
With Other Women—
Coeds Play Football
To Aid War Relief
Abandoning their knitting to
chase pigskins, coeds at the Uni
versity of South Carolina staged a
touch football game for war relief.
At South Carolina, too, written
permission from home is required
to date soldiers from nearby Fort
Substituting a patio for an arm
ory, the University of Texans dance
every night from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Their chief trouble is too many
men and too few women (sounds
"Dirty saddle shoes are a dirty
fashion and too much casualness
is sloppy," Schiaperelli warned
Carnegie Tech coeds. She also told
them not to be glamorous but to
be just themselves.
HURRY! , HURRY! HURRY!
CHOOSE A NAME FOR A MEN'S CLOTHING SHOP
$l5 First Prize and Five Consolation Prizes
-The name must consist of 3 words.
First word of the name must be Charles.
In case of ties the answer postmarked the earliest "is the
4. There is no limit to the number of entries.
Answers Must Be Postmarked Not Later Than Friday, Midnigbl.
Nov. 8. Reply to Charles Petnick, 109 S. Allen St.
Balfour Jewelry Office Continues. To Be Open for Business In This Location
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1940
CONTEST ENDS TONIGHT MIDNITE
I TALK IS CHEAP.
But there are times
when a - few words
with the right person.
When such times come,
it's well to remember
•that you can reach
almost anyone, anywhere,
quickly, easily ..
at loti► cost.
THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY
Evenings Only 6•30,
TODAY ONLY t •
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