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Coeds Busy With
Knifing For War
• Clicking needles and determined
faces characterize Penn State coeds
as they answer the urgent call to
knit for the British War Relief
Already over 46 pounds of yarn
and 81 pairs of needles have been
-distributed among 81 women stu
dents. Being knit are 30 single
scarfs, 25 pairs of socks, six long
sleeved sweaters, four sleeveless
sweaters, 14 pairs of thumbless
mittens, and two double scarfs.
Those - who have not yet ob
tained their supplies should con
tact Janet L. Eyer '42, committee
chairman, WSGA Junior Service
Board members, or Mrs. Nelson
W. Taylor, advisor to the com
'Classes 'have been formed for
'coeds who do not knit and those
wishing to join should get in touch
with any of the above women.
(wens Arrange Parties
To Entertain Alumnae
Plans for a Founders' Day party
on Tuesday, December 10 to in
clude all junior and senior alum
nae Cwens were made by the ac
tive Cwens at a meeting last night.
Committees appointed are—in
vitation: Muriel R. Meiselman,
Joanne M. Palmer, and Lila A.
Whoolery; entertainment: Mar
garet M. Lams, Betsy E. Munroe,
and Marjorie L. Sykes; food: Ruth
L. Kiesling, Ruth J. More, and
Margaret K. Sherman; place:
Louise M. Fuoss. -
Active Cwens invited Ann M.
Dorton '42, Bernice M. Maurer '42,
Janet M. Hartz '42, Marjory A.
Harwiek '4l, Betty Jo Patton '42,
and Betty D. Yost '4l, alumnae'
Cwens,' to dinner in McAllister
Hall last night. Several alumnae
Cwens; will be invited to dinner
throughout the year until every
one has been entertained, an
nounced Louise M. Fuoss, presi
'Refs' Pass First Test
Coeds who passed their first
test for official rating in basketball
at White Hall yesterday include
Dorothy M. Pearce '4l, Betty E.
Widget. '42, Ann T. Drivas '43,
Sarah J. Jackson '43, and Odette
Boalsburg Auto Bus Line Inc.
To Have Guaranteed Transportation Between Slate College and
Lewistown's Main Line of P.R.R. on Wednesday, Nov. 27; Make
Reservations At The State College Hotel Before Above Date.
BUS LEAVING STATE COLLEGE AT 11:20 A.M. & 3:15 P.M.
ALSO SPECIAL BUS AT 12:30 P.M., NOV. 27 ONLY • •
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Federal: Deposit. Insurance Corporation%
WSGA Grants 11 O'clocks
To Coeds For Sunday
Eleven o'clock permissions
have been granted all coeds for
Sunday night by WSGA Senate,
Elinor L. Weaver '4l, WSGA
President announced yesterday.
No exceptions to this late per
mission will be made and all wo
men students away for the week
end must •be in by 11 p.m.
Foreign Students Speak
At Hillel, PHA Service
Students from five foreign
countries will take part in the
joint Thanksgiving service of Hil
lel Foundation and the PSCA in
the Hillel Foundation at 8 p. m.
The speakers are Cora C. Bier
brauer, two-year student, Switzer
land; Shuk Yee Chan, graduate
student, China; Fred Fischl '44,
Czechoslovakia; Alberto V. Roque
'43, Cuba; and Andrew P. Szekely
Roy McCorkle, traveling secre
tary for the Inter-Seminar Move
ment who formerly taught in In
dia, has been asked to conclude
the service of thankfulness for
various cultures and races in Am
erica today. Miriam L. Rhein '43
Arrangements committee mem
bers are Martin A. Hoffman '4l
and Doris E. Ives '42, co-chairmen;
Harold J. Berger '42, Joan E.
Paulhamus '43, Dorothy K. Brun
ner '44, Mildred G. Feeser '44, and
Ann Sheffield '44.
With Other Women,-.
"Love, liquor, and lucre" will
have no influence in the counting
of ballots for the Senior Sweet
heart, who will reign over the
"Frantic Frolic," a Senior inform
al to be given at University of
Southern California on Thanks
giving. Two Senior Darlings will
be selected as attendants, and bal
lots will be sealed in a vault to
prevent fraud, according to the
Volunteer sewing. and knitting
is being done for Red Cross by
Cornell women, who are assisting
in war relief. •
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
We, The Women—
On To Pitt
All You Loyal Sons
IT'S GREAT to be a senior. It's
great to wind up four years of
football with an undefeated team.
It's great to see the Blue and White
eleven cavort over the field after
three years of close calls and up
sets. It's great to know that un
doubtedly the Lion will bring back
the Panther's skin.
It's great to know that while
Pitt students are wearing "Beat
The He - - Out Of State" •buttons,.
3000 Penn Staters are anxiously
awaiting the opening whistle. They
will go by bus, train, and car;
some will get out their pennants
and polish their thumb nails. But
everyone is going west this week
end ready to leave the Smokey
City boys in a Penn State trail
With plans for a smoxer, dances,
gatherings at the William Penn,
and Pitt fraternity open houses
set for the visitors, the scene for
the blitzkrieg is laid for a Lion
Put your toothbrush and pa
jamas in a bag and join the ,h 441
going west to cheer the teahi
to a repeat performance of iqst.
On to Pitt.
On to Pitt.
All you loyal sons of State!
45 Freshman Women
Will Dance With PSC
Forty-five women from McAllis
ter Hall and Woman's Building
will give a party featuring novelty
dances and refreshments with
members of the Penn State Club in
McAllister Hall lounge from 9 p.m.
until midnight today.
The dance is being given for
persons not attending the Pitts
burgh game. Freshman women in
charge are Marjorie A. Hazlett, M.
Janet Carbaugh, Mildred L. Cook
erly, Janet I. Appley, and Virginia
L. Jackson. Robert A. Henkel '4l,
will assist them.
Final Reservations Due
For Center Club Hayride
All members of the Carnpus
Center Club _desiring to attend a
hayride and school house party
tomorrow must indicate their in
tention •to the entertainment com
mittee by noon today.
The hayride will leave from the
rear of Old Main at 8 p.m. and
conclude at a country school house
with a program of dancing and
Quentin R. Fehr '4l, president
of the organization, and' Lois A.
Remensnyder '4l, secretary, will
take the names of the - men and
A new "Rangers" picture will
play 3t the State theatre today
which is a tale of the old west with
its romance, flaming courage, and
gunplay. "Rangers of Fortune,"
with Fred Mac Murray heading the
cast,- tells a story of a newspaper
publisher who fights the violence
of ,a sinister gang in a small west-.
em town. Mac Murray and two
other reckless caballeros take the
part of the underdog and after
shooting and fighting their way out
'of several jams, rid the town of_
the gang who has been preying
on the ranchmen.
Little Betty Brewer, newest
child star, plays the role of a gen
eral to the three-Man reign_ of.
`terror 'and Patricia .Morrison is
romantically teamed with Fred
McMurray.' Albert 'Dekker and
Gilbert, Roland are the other two
thirds of the adventurous trio.
. _ The . mdin building. -of. Copcji:-
hagen University, one of Europe's
oldest cultural centers,.. has, been
closed for lack of coal.
How To Watch Pitt
Takes One Easy Lesion
Expert Advises Coeds
On Football Repartee
BY R. HELEN GORDON
Since so many of you coeds are
anxious to see the Nittany Lions
tear the Pitt Panther apart to
morrow, it's advisable that you
acquire some pointers on how to
watch this football classic. Being
a Lew Lehr protege and expert on
cigarette quarterbacking, it's fit
ting that I pass on my advice on
how to be a super-spectato:
After shoving through the sta
dium entrance, snagging your
hose, and getting a bedraggled
mum, your date drags you to the
top row of the bleachers, and pre
pares to enjoy the battle.
It's a good idea to buy a pro
gram and study the names and
numbers of the players. Search
through the pictorial until you'
spot a name that looks familiar or
a gqod-loiking chap you wish you
knew, Ind - Watch for him during
17jir l entiM gfine. Don't be disil
higiithed'il your hero Warms the
bench all- t afternoon- 7 .those things
usually tufn out that way.
About this' time two oVergrown
alums will _probably sit back of
you and brag proudly that Jones
can really snakehip and that the
team has whipped up a sure-fire
aerial attack. No, coeds, this
won't mean that Mr. Jones is a
jitterbug, or that the Pitt players
are blitzkrieg specialists.
At the kickoff you'll get very
excited and punch the hat of the
man in front of you, and prob
ably drop your pocketbook down
the bleachers. While your date
retrieves it for you, you can assure
the boys from Pittsburgh that you
wouldn't crosp campus in an ele
vator on . a bet, so there. And
what's more, the Cathedral of
learning is just the• height of • ig
norance as far as you're concern
ed. (Gosh;' you're not all from
Pittsburgh, are you?)
After State makes three touch
downs and a field goal, Pitt finally
manages to get the ball and some
how. gains 10 yards on a pass.
You've been inattentive for a
while, however, and let out a
hearty "Yea, State!" Don't feel
chagrined if anyone stares at you
—you have the right spirit.
Next half the fans will prob
ably yell about swell razzle daz
zles, neat end-arounds, smart cof-
OE IMZ IG=3
Deems_ Taylor, noted critic, has said:
". . . Heifetz has reached the point, I think,
that every great artist . . . mustreach; the
point where he has achieved such mastery
of 'his - craft• that - lie ;knows he will never
completely master it : . . He has only one
rival, one' 'Violinist whom he is trying to
beat: Jascha Heifetz."
THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE •COLLEGE :
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1940
Open House Allendance
Urged By Panhellenic
Encouraging ' freshmen and
transfers to attend sorority open
houses for the purpose of getting
to know the upperclasswomen,
Panhellenic Rushing chairman,.
Jean H. Krauser '42 last night
pointed out that, "The object of an
open house is to provide a means
for new students to meet all sor
ority women, not necessarily to
pick out the houses of their
"The fourth in the series of five
open houses will be held from 4
to 5:30 p. m. Monday," she an
nounced, "and Panhellenic Coun
cil urges all freshmen and trans
fers to attend."
Pan-Hel Ball January. 10
To Slar Jimmy , Leyden
The annual Panhellenic Ball was
set for Friday, January 10 and the
committee of Leslie A. Lewis '4l,
chairman, Carolyn Moorhead '42,
and Marion M. Eberts '42 were
named to make arrangements at a
Panhellenic Council meeting last
Jimmy Leyden's Band Will pro
vide the music for this dance tO
which all sorority women and
pledges are invited.
Red Cross Drive Starts
Memberships and contributions
to the Red Cross from College staff
and faculty members will be sol—
cited this week by the Campus
Business Women's Club.
fin corners, laterals or 'punts: Just
look intelligent and smile. What
ever you do, never ask whose ball
it is or why a' team is penalized
simply because one of the play
ers tackled a man in white. -
By this time you're frctzen and
hoarse, the Blue Band hasn't
played "Five O'clock Whistle"
once, and you haven't even seen
the .Biggy Goldberg or Jock Suth
erland everyone talks about. Oh
well,, the game's abotit over—and
no one can say you don't know the
Only One Rival
of: 4 1. 4" r Wik