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APAGE FOUTI, -
ttlr. Robert G. 03ernreuter, head
of the psychology department
iptve an address at the meeting. of
'the Eastern Association of Deans
app College Personnel Workers
*old in. Atlantic City, N. J.; Sat
turilay. He spoke on "Student
Guidance on. Various Levels:
Ileksimigues and Reasonable Ex
!f_s Until' Christmas
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Mews Att 4:30, 3:00, 6:30, -43:30
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Senate Sets December 'l9
For Coed Christmas Dinner
WSGA Senate Sei•Thursday, De
cember 19 for the annual Old Eng-'
lish Christmas dinner in Mac
Allister Hall with costumed Senate
members comprising the court.,
Following the dinner will be a
coffee hour in Atherton and the
annual carol sing in front of Old
Main. One o'clock permissions
pave- been granted coeds for that
Committees for the dinner have
been named by R. Helen Gordon
'42 and Nancy - E. Gosser• '43, co
chairmen. Chairmen are invita
tions, Arita L. Hefferan '4l; dec
orations, Mary W. Houghton '42;
costumes, Marion M. Eberts '42;
entertainment, Anita M. Knecht
'42; cleanup, Mac Allister Hall,
Marion E. Sperling '42 and. Ather
ton, M. Virginia Cooper '42.
RIMS Wantted and.
R.W.—Kittaning. L Wed. or
Thurs. C—M.L.W., 2359.
R.W. New York. L—Fri. or
Sat. C—Helen Briola, 143 Ath Hall.
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Evenings Only 6:313„ st3o
Tor. y: ONLY
Sail the tropic seas to thrilling
aciventtire with —.
"South of !Pag Pogo"
THISRSDA.Y ONLY i ;
LON CHANEY SR
VINIE' MULISH Bill
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
'December 4, 516
AU Sales Cash—Alterations : At Cost
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THE DAILY COI TRGIAN
We, The Women—
What Can You Do
To Aid The British?
PROFESSORS-z-Stage an ama
teur stage production for the bene
fit of the British War Relief So
ciety. It would be fun for you; the
students would" enjoy seeing you
on the stage: tickets could be sold
through campus service groups;
and the result would not only
prove a source of enjoyment for
everyone, but also a source of re
lief revenue. How about it?
KNITTERS If you haven't
started knitting a scarf, sweater,
helmet, socks, or mittens, get on
DORMITORIES Take a tip
from • Locust Lane freshmen and
plan a party or dance, charge a
small admission, and give receipts
to the BWRS. Locust Lane can be
proud of the $25 it raised.
REDHEADS. BRUNETTES, or
blondes—Organize, as was done on
another campus, and make plans
to raise money to bandage bomb
victims' arms or feed starving
SOMEONE —Get up a coed foot
ball team .And stage a game to
raise money for war relief.
EVERY COEDIf all of you
would stay home from one movie
and give what you would have
spent, the BWRS would be about
$570 to the good. Go without a
package of cigarettes and give the
approximate $225 you would have
handed out to war relief. Forget
about one coke apiece and you will.
have $75,, which is enough to buy-
hundreds of bandage rolls and
hundreds of loaves of bread.
TYPEWRITERS—AII makes ex
pertly repaired. Portable and
office machines for sale or rent.
Dial 2342. Harry F. Mann, .127 W.
Beaver avenue. lyr-CRE-ch
WANTED—Students laundry. Will
call•for and deliver. Dial Boals
burg 2524 Mrs. Vesta Jordan.
' 1 t-c-12-488
GIRL'S BICYCLE FOR SALE—
Good condition, reasonable
price. Light and basket with bi
cycle. Call Atherton. Hall, Room
318. _ ltpdl2-E
FOR RENT—Second floor double
- room, 128 Miles street. Phone
lo 50% Reductions
BUY ; NOW. AND SAVE
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PLACE: A.A. .WINDOWS
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TIME: 8--12 ; 1:30--5
THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE "
WEDNESDAY,..DECEMBER 3; 1940