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P, A.G E FOUR
fruitcakes-10 Be Sold
Fruitcakes will be made and
sold the weekend of November 23
by the Ellen H. Richards Club,
home economics honorary, with
Margaret M. Diener '42 and Jean
E. Clark '42 in charge.
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' PATRICIA MORISON
Evenings Only ; 6:30, 8:30
The Greatest Adventure of
Our Time!! .
THURSDAY ONLY I
IT'S THE MUSICAL
HAVE BEEN WAITING
FOR!! ! !
Down Argentine Way'
FILMED IN TECHNICOLOR
GOOD NEIGHBOR'S DILEMMA
A blitzkrieg has struck Buck
hout Laboratory. There's no need
to run for shelter, however, for its
a scientific . blitzkrieg and won't
The whole thing started last
September when J. Ben Hill, pro
fessor of botany, was writing a
textbook on genetics. Getting the
notion one day that his work
wasn't progressing fast enough,
Dr. - Hill drew what he calls his
Blitzkrieg Map on the blackboard
of the lab where he works.
A red-brick fort occupies the
center of the map. On guard at
the top is a soldier in a green uni
form, and a Nazi flag flying over
Around the fort are curved
lines, some very close to the fort
and -others some distance away.
Each curve is labeled with the
name and chapter in the genetics
textbook. Dr. Hill says that when
the book is finished, all the curved
lines will have reached the fort
and taken it captive.
Some dive bombers and cannons
4'epresent enemies that keep the
work from completion One is
lableed 'Captain Interruption - a,"
another "Vacation Dive Bomber."
A cloud has been labed "General
Fog," and the commander-in-chief
of the whole enemy army is "Gen
War Relief Social Nefs
25 Dollars For WSGA Fund
Twenty-five dollars was added
to the WSGA war relief fund from
the social given by freshman wo
men at Locust Lane Lodge from
7:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday.
Martha R. Snyder '44 won one
of the two cakes raffled off at five
cents while two men, Nick Mast
andrea '43, and Anthony J. De-
Cillis '44, won the other. The rest
of the money was collected from
admission, which was 10 cents per
person, and 'from novelty booths
and candy sales:
Lakonides Holds Conlet
Lakonides women, members of
a physical education honorary,
will participate in, ping pong and
bowling tournaments, basketball,
and other sports after their week
ly meetings in White Hall at 6:30
p. m Thursdays.
When You Have
Time , Stop in
And See Our
New Men's Shop
109 S. Allen St.
TODAY - THURSDAY I
Shows at 1:30,'3:00. 6:30. 8:30
NEW MARCH OF TIME
- THE DAILY COLLEGLeLN
WSGA Senate Widens Relief Drive;
Christmas Dinner Committee Named
Ten cent raffles on a doll dress
ed by hand will be sold after
Thanksgiving by WSGA Junior
Service Board in connection with
the WSGA drive for the British
War Relief Society, Elinor L.
Weaver '4l, WSGA president, an
nounced last night.
Mrs. Charles R. Austin will dress
the doll to be presented by Mrs.
Judith L. Cutshall '4l has been
ppointed by WSGA Senate to fill
the eight-week vacancy on WSGA
Judicial Committee left by Mary
Belle Crossman '4l who is practice
Plans for the Annual Mac Hall
Christmas dinner followed by a
coffee hour in Atherton Hall were
begun with the appointment of R.
Helen Gordon '42 and Nancy E.
Gosser '43, co-chairmen by WSGA
Senate last night. ,
Wool, needles, and directions for
sweaters, socks, scarves, and mit,
tens for the British War Relief So
ciety may be obtained from, Junior
Service Board members, Janet L.
Eyer '42 committee chairman, and
Mrs. Nelson W. Taylor, advisor.
Classes are being formed for non
knitting coeds and those interested
should contact Miss Eyer.
First Exchange Dinner
Set For December 4
The 'first exchange dinner be
tween women in downtown dormi
tories and upperclass dormitories
was set for December 4 by WSGA
House of Representatives in its
meeting last night.
M. Agnes Peebles '4l and Dor
othy E. 'Saltzmann '42, heads of the
exchange dinner committee, re
ported that dinners would be ex
changed every few weeks, begin
ning December 4.
Dr. Ritenour Discusses
Health Service Al Lodge
Dr. Joseph P. Ritenour, College
physician, led a discussion last.
night among the freshman women
of Locust Lane Lodge concerning
the College health service and
how it functions.
Dr. Ritenour stressed the aims
of the service, explained the way
it works,, and what good may be
derived from it:
Another discussion concerning
the Artist's Course will be given
by Prof. Carl E. Marquardt, Col
lege examiner, at the Lodge at 9
p. m. today.
RIDES Wanted and
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cents and must be received at the Col
legian Office by 3 p. as. the day pre
ceding publication. Only the essential
facts, destination, time of departure,
and name of student will be used.
Code: R.W.--IRide wanted.
L—Leave ; C—Call.
(R.W.—(2) New York, Thanksgiv
ing. C—Muriel, 'Mac Hall Rm. 319.
R.W.—Dußois, Thanksgiving at
noon Wed. C—Dixon 2316.
R.W.—(2) Erie. C—Steva 2030.
R;W.--Phila. L—Nov. 27, C
Ralph S. 2535.
L—Wed., Nov. 27,
1 p.m. 'Return aft. Dec. 1. CDick
R.W.—Phila. L--Wed., Nov. 27
12:30 p.m. Return Dec. 1. C—Feld
R.W.—Scranton or vicinity. L—
after 12 a.m. Nov. 27. C—Pete 2864.
'P.W.—(3) Pittsburgh Fri. 4:00 C
—Peterson, Warriors' Mark- BRI2.
P.W. Pgh. L—Friday p.m. or
Sat. a.m. C—Andy 4102 after 9 p.m:
PW—Pgh., L—Fri., .5 p.m. Ret.
Sunday. C—Don, 2914. 1940 Olds.
DESIRABLE DOUBLE ROOM for
students or graduate assistants.
Available immediately: , Board op
tional. 140 W. Nittany. Phone 652.
In Fashion Magazine
Pictures depicting living con
ditions on the Penn State earn
pus and an - article describing
Atherton Hall are included in
this month's issue of College
Bazaar, published by Harper's,
in connection with a nation wide
survey of campus housing, Flor
ence E. Held '4l, Penn State
Bazaar editor, announced last
Navy Downs Army
In Hockey Climax
Martha Duffman's goal early in
the second half cinched Navy's
2-1 title victory over Army in the
hockey season's climax, marked
by the playing of selected coed
teams, on Holmes Field yesterday.
On a pass from Pauling Rugh,
Bernice Maurer tallied early for
Army, zigzagging her way down
the field to get into scoring posi
tion. Navy. threatened several
times this period but was turned
back by goalie Ann Sheffield.
At the opening of the second
half, Sis Fitting, Navy forward,
scored on a short pass to knot the
count 1-1. Five minutes later
Martha Duffman's quick shot rais
ed Navy's score 2-1.
Army was frequently in ;coring
territory the rest of the afternoon,
but Betty Widger, whose brilliant
defense play 'at right fullback
highlighted the match, broke up
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1940
We, The Women—
Soldiers Are Not
Received your socks, lady
Very fine fit
Used one for a hammock
One for a mit •
Glad to know - you are doing your
But in the meantime, lady
Where in hell did you learn to:
THE ABOVE verse, contributed .
by Mr.. Nelson W. Taylor, chair
man of the State College British
War Relief Society, , aptly describes
some of the coed endeavors to
furnish clothing for the soldiers of ,
Britain. All of the garments do
not result in hammockS, however„
If you follow the instructions' the
result is surprisingly wearable: '..
AFTER seeing the• lion dressed •
in a fur coat, ear muffs, and skits:
at the NYU game, a lot of peop4
wondered where the 'greased pig:
was hiding. Funny how many an-:-
imals the lion resembles.
"TOR THE majority of the stu- : :
dents who sought activities other
than Soph Hop we offer:-
Was a flop
Snow and rain—
Hair a mop
Write to pop
Library Reading Speaker
I ,Mrs. :Robert W. Stone will give
two short story selections of the
World War period in Room 402 of
the Library at 4:15 p.m. today as
the third in a series of Wednesday
readings is offered •to the publiei.
The selections are: "The Dar
Hour" by Wilbur D. Steele .an'd
"The Flying Teuton" by Alice
Vow tunes .
a comin' "
YES---and good times are a
comin'f for all patrons of the
new s eries when Paul Robe-
son opens the
THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE 'COLLEGE