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Arrangements Are Finished For Frosh-Soph Tug-Of-War, Saturday
Emharge Dinner SO
The first in a series of four e.x
change dinners sponsored by the
ilNficx`A ELause of Representatives
will'be held tonight when twenty
woinen students from town dormi-
V,Eies will eat in Mac Allister and
Atherton Halls and twenty campus
women will eat in four town dorm
itories, M. Agnes Peebles '4l, and
o othy IJ. Saltzmann '42, co
chairmen announced last night.
'Pietas Glve Poor Party
Featuring !a Christmas tree sur
rounded by gifts, a party will be
given for nine State College poor
children by Kappa Alpha Theta
ifinie.rnity from 2 to 4 p.m. Satur
day Games and refreshments will
nom the program._
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Evenings Only 6:30, 8:30
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Adults 35c. Children 15c
Mows At ,t:Vio 3:00, 6:30, 8:30
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"ARMS AND THE MEN
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The Inside Story of U. S.
Defense Today! _
3 Weight Groups
Two " - special committees, one
sophomore and one freshman, held
a joint meeting in Old Main last
night to make final arrangements
for the freshman-sophomore tug
of-war, scheduled for . 2:30 p. m.
Saturday on the New Beaver Field
Competition will be held in
three groups, 135 pounds, 165
pounds, and 200 pounds. The win
ner in best out of three matches
in each group will be given one
point. The team gaining two or
more points from the three groups
will be declared th'e winner.
All arrangements were approv
ed by W: Lewis Corbin '4l, head
of Student Tribunal.
The sophomore team will be
selected by Charles H. Ridenour
'43 and Frank R. Flynn '43. The
freshman team will be chosen by
Jack J. Bard '44 and Thomas H.
Stamm '44. The teams will be
published in Friday's Collegian.
Any freshman or sophomore
wishing -to participate in the tug
of-war should leave his name and
class, telephone number, and
weight at the Student Union desk
before 5 p. in. tomorrow.
There will be a maximum of 30
on the 135 pound team, 25 on the
165 pound team, and 20 on the
200 pound team. Team weight in
any one class is 4000 pounds.
To constitute a victory, four
men must be pulled across the line
by the opposing team. Tribunal
members will be the sole judges.
The only other stipulation made
was that no - cleats would be al
By Home Ec Club
A Christmas musical featuring
violin, piano, and glee club will
be presented by the Home Eco
nomics Club for all home econom
ics students in the northwest
lounge of Atherton Hall at 7 p. m.
Tuesday, December 17, Arlen K.
Smith '42, musical chairman, has
A Christmas reading by Frances
H. Tally '42 with piano accompan
iment by Eleanor M. Stoner '44,
will open the program. A soprano
solo, "Holy Night," will be sung by
Dorothy F. Beam '42 with violin
accompaniment by Ruth E. Thom
Betty J. Lindenmuth '43 will
have the solo part of "Away In a
Manger" sung by the glee club
composed of home economics fac
ulty and students. Dorothy H.
Grossman '42, and Helen J. Chi
appy '43 will sing a duet, "Joy to
the World," accompanied by the
Piano selections will be played
by Eleanor M. Stoner '44 after
which the entire group will join
in the singing of Christmas carols.
Fiances G. Reist '42 is decora
tion chairman, and Mary Ann
Krall '44, invitations chairman.
Refreshments will be served in the
A song practice of the musical is
set for the Nursery School at 8:30
p. m. Wednesday, December 11.
University of Hawii's freshman
class is the largest in history.
STOKER HEATED double and
triple rooms for rent. 320 S.
Pugh. 4034. • 3tch 1212 E
CHRISTMAS PARTY at the Dry
dock Night Club Saturday Dec.
14g. Make table reservation now
at Student Union. 3tch 12.13 E
NURSES—Sweet, simple and girl-
ish interested in taking care of
two Phi Kappas (No. 1 BMOC and
Jack Kelly) apply 216, Atherton
Hall. - • 1 tchJCS
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
We, The Women—
A Story Behind
BEHIND the headlines of today's
newspapers there is a story of
what women are doing to aid the
victims of the European war and
the needy persons in our country.
Women are active in the British
War Relief Society. work. On the
campus they are knitting and con
tributing clothing. The names of
many prominent women can be
found in the newly organized
Greek War Relief Societies.
In towns and cities all over the
nation female citizens are coop
erating with Community Chest
programs. Monday started the
annual WSGA 'Christmas Dilve
here on our campus,
Women are working with the
Friend's Service Committee and
are active in Red Cross work. Each
day new home nursing courses for I ,
women are started in some part of
The American Association of
University Women, besides being
active on the campus and in town,
works on a national scale. Those
near army training camps help
arrange for the recreational and
welfare needs of the National
Guard and Selective Service train
ees. They are also helping to solve
the problem of housing relatives
and friends • visiting the camps.
Women are members of the
committee to Defend America by
Aiding the Allies and numerous
other agencies which try to
ate suffering in the world.
Where there is war and econ
omic depressions there is pain.
Arid where there is pain, women
can be found endeavoring to erase
On Until Vacation
Planned parties for first semest
er rushing ended with yesterday's
Open House, the fifth in a series
of aprties held every two weeks
since October 15.
Association from now u n til
Christmas will be confined to dates
for cokes, movies, sports events,
and the like, and will continue on
a "dutch treat" basis. Freshmen
may visit in the rooms of sorority
women who live in dormitories,
and Greeks may call in freshman
rooms, but rushees are not per
mitted in sorority houses.
A silent period from the end of
Christmas vacation, January 6,
until noon of the first day of sec
ond semester will be rigidly en
forced. During this time no contact
will be- allowed between freshmen
and sorority women.
Senior HE Exhibits
Feature Christmas Food
Public food demonstrations giv
en annually by home economics
seniors started yesterday and will
continue tomorrow and Monday
and Tuesday of next week in Room
106, Home Economics at the fol
9 a. m. "Christmas Rolls - Star
Again"—Rose Mary Williams.
2 p. m. "Company for the Turkey"
—Alice G. Jablow. -
3 p. m. "Let's Fill the Cookie Jar"
—Lillian E. Karhan.
9 a. in. "Venite Ae Pranzb" (Come
• to Dinner) A. Virginia DeCecco.
8 a. m. "Pastries Gay for Festive
Days"—Hazel I. Cressman.
9 a. m. "Judy"—Eileen M. Heag-
2 p. in. "Dinner With Pennsylvania
Dutch"—Gertrude A. Schwartz.
3 p.m."Fruit - Specialties for Christ-
mas"—Judith L. Cutshall.
Christmas table and centerpiece
decorations will be exhibited De
cember 18, 19, and 20 in Room 108,
Old English_ Comp Building Becomes
Modern Home Management Houi
Renovated almost beyond recog
nition, the old English Composition
Building in three months' time has
become the new home manage
The house contains such modern
features as an electric ironer, • a
drying room, an electric stove and
refrigerator, a towel dryer, a kit
chen ventilator, vegetable bins,
and plenty of cupboard_ space.
Modern styled furniture, in blond
mahogany wood, new china, • and
glassware have been ordered.
There are five bedrooms, a nur
sery", two bathrooms, a kitchen,
dining room, living room, two
studies, and an entrance hall.
Seven home economics students, a
.baby, and Miss Ruth L. Bonde, as-
WSGA Drive Aids
"In winter they sometimes wear
only underclothing and go bare
footed in the snow" . . . "she and
her husband are separated and
four children are being cared for
in Viriginia; the mother must earn
her living by housework and wants
her boy placed in a foster home."
" . .. She is happy with her sis
ter and attending high school. The
money paid for her board, al
though only $3 a week, provides a
small additional income, for the
family since the sister's husband
only earns $l4 dollars a week and
the rent is $l3 a month . . . the
parents had separated because of
the father's drinking habits and
the mother had left home and chil
It is cases such as these present
ed by the Mifflin County Children's
Aid Society that the quarter you
contribute to WSGA's annual
Christmas Drive helps remedy. At
present there are 92 children in
their care who have been placed
in - foster homes
Money contributed to the drive
also aids American Women's Hos
pitals and Mrs. Hetzel's Fund.
Mortar Board Names
Mortar Board, senior women's
honorary, chose six recipients of
their fifty dollar scholarships at a
dinner meeting in Mac Hall Mon
day night. The names will be an
nounced at the Old English Christ
mas dinner in Mac Hall Thursday,
In past years only four awards
were made, but the profits of the
Spinster Skip made the additional
awards posiible this year.
MDR Wanted and
RIDES WANTED ...
R.W.—Chicago. L-11 a.m., Dec
21. C—B. Zak, 3215.
• Reward for information lead
ing to return of the Cocoa Cola
cooler stolen from the THE
house on or about November 8.
No questions asked. Write Box
AA, P. 0, Box 261, State Col
For Appointments Dial 2286
HOTEL IEAUTE SALON
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1640'
-sistant professor of home epcitioM
ics in charge of all home manage
ment houses, moved in fist week:
Color schemes are gay and
pealing with , blue-green furniture
in the cream-colored dining room,
red cupboard shelves in a. yello=w
kitchen, one bathroom in blue-and
silver, and the other in yellow
Miss Bonde pointed out that wo
men who live in these houses ate
obtaining . experiences _of dailr
and entertaining. s.
"We try to emphasize thatbouse
hold - tasks are simply. a means 1.1)
an end," she continued, 'sad nit
an end in themselves. That end Is
more satisfactory living."
Thetas Give 'Sister' Party
'Members of Kappa Alpha Theta
entertained their "little sisters ; '
with a party featuring games anti
refreshments from 2:30 'until 4 pail.
Delta Chis e n t e d ttie
Kappa Alpha Thetas at dinner lait
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p e n ' s Shop
li 130 S. ALLEN ST.
For "OCCASIONS"! ,
When you "must" look your very
when an occasion arises that is very
portant to you . . . Hotel Beaute Salon is
the place to go! -
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Delta this Entertain