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Zeta Rey Les Entertain
Zeta Tau Alpha pledges will en
tertiin actives at a buffet supper
at the home of Margee J. Hindman
'l3 at 5:30 Sunday.
Lambda Chi Alpha Host
Lambda Chi Alpha will enter
tained the Alpha Chi Omega sor
ority at dinner Wednesday night.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon entertain
ed Kappa Alpha Theta and Kappa
E.appa Gamma at a Christmas
dinner Wednesday night.
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Slows At 1:30. .:1:00. 6:30, 8:30
I TODAY ONLY
PLEASE NOTE: There will be
It complete show for your pleas
ure after the basketball game.
• AND THE PEACEMAKERS
xitiide Tenderfoot Ride"
MONDAY - TUESDAY I
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• Shows at 1:30, 3:00, 6:30, 8:30
',PLEASE NOTE: There will be a corn
• plete show for your pleasure after th.
; basketball game.
:Rich In Human
In m Understanding
:The Season's Most Unusual
Dramatic and Romantic
—Starrin g —
Bonita Granville, June Preisser
MON. - TUES. - WED. I
The Season's Most Unusual
Presenting The Pre-Release
Showing of the Following Pro
duction . .
7 44 Coeds Bid For Class Secretary Post
Betty Rose Broderick, Campus, and Phyllis R. Watkins, Inde
pendent, pictured from right to left, are expected to stage a close
battle for secretary of the freshmtn class in '4 , l' elections -in Old
Ellen H. Richards Club
To Sell Fruit Cakes Today
Fruitcakes in one and one
half pound Christmas packages
will be sold by the Ellen H.
Richards Club, home economics
honorary, in the Home Econom
ics Building this morning. Under
the supervision of Margaret M:
Diener '42, the club memberS
made 125 pounds of cake. . .
$2.50 is yours for the trying!
Place a question, which you think
could puzzle a board of experts, on
any "3" bluebook and submit it
with the answer to Student Union
now. If the board cannot answer
the question, the money is your.
The second annual Information
Please Quiz sponsored by Alpha
Lambda Delta, women's freshman
scholastic honorary, to be held in
121 Liberal Arts on January 12,
will match your knowledge against
a five-man board.
Robert E. Galbraith, associate
professor of English composition,
will again assume the role of ques
tioner and fire your questions at
experts Warren B. Mack, professor
of horticulture, Joseph J. Rubin,
assistant professor of English com
position, Kingsley R. Smith, assist
ant. professor of psychology, Char
les S. Wyand, assistant professor
of economics, and Hummel Fish
burn, associate professor of music
The Gainsborough portrait of
Lord Jeffrey Amherst has recently
been presented to Amherst College.
TAE DAILY COLLEGIAN
WSGA Drive Hits
$l5O In Fifth Day
Contributions to WSGA's annual
Christmas Drive totaled $150.03 at
5 p.m. yesterday, according to
Betty M. Martin '42, WSGA vice
With 25 cents from each coed—
the goal WSGA House of Repre
sentatives has set—total contribu
tions from the 1,350 coeds should
The drive which began last Mori
day, will continue until 5 p. m.
Tuesday when it officially closes
The doll to be awarded to a
Penn State coed by WSGA Jun
ior Service Board is now on dis
play in the main lobby Of Ath
erton Hall, Roberta J. Kelly '42,
Junior Service Board• chairman,
Next week, the doll will- be,
displayed in Miss Ruth Zang's
office in Mac Allister Hall. Tic
kets may be obtained from any
with WSGA House of Representa
tives' meeting. Members of WSGA
Junior Service Board; WSGA
Freshman Council; and the House
will contact all coeds.
Total receipts from the drive.
will be distributed among Ameri
can Women's Hospitals, Mifflin
County Children's Aid Society, and
Mrs. Hetzel's Fund.
Fletcher Report lists
Women In Agriculture
Fifty-four women registered in
the 'School of Agriculture this
semester, according to a recent
report .from Dean Stevenson W.
Fletcher, of the School of Agri
Nineteen women in agriculture
and biological chemistry make up
the largest enrollment while others
are: bacteriology 16; horticulture
4, landscape architecture 3, zoo
logy and entomology 2, agronomy
1, animal husbandry 1, botany 1,
and special graduate student 1.
Leon Rabinowitz Selected
As MC For Talent Night
Leon "Shaft in the Draft" Rab
inowitz, star of the latest Thespian
show, has been selected as master
of ceremonies at the Penn State
Club All-College talent night. The
program will be held in Schwab
Auditorium next Friday at 7:30
Co-chairmen William B. Loeber
'42 and Gerald F. Doherty '42 also
announced that the judges will be
Miss Elizabeth C. Bell, assistant
dean of women; Prof. Joseph J.
Rubin, English department; and
Eugene Wettstone, coach of the
In a departure from other years,
there will be a 10 cent admission
charge so that the best campus tal
ent can be secured. The complete
program will appear soon in The
i:y' Collegian. .
Santa Thrills 76 Kids
At WRA Yuletide Party
We, The Women
Love Always Wins
IF AFTER the past week of
bluebooks you feel disillusioned or
utterly worn out, here's a pickup
thought. There is still love in the
world even if the zip you got last
week argues against it.
The proof? Twelve thousand
people turned out to welcome - the
Windsors to Miami—to welcome a
couple whose love affair rivals
Anthony and Cleopatra, Romeo
It is comforting to think that
those 12,000 persons went to greet
a couple which every American
envies for its democracy. The man
who gave up his throne for "the
woman I love" and the woman
who faced English ostracism. for
the former king.
The . Duchess has been the envy
of American women, since the day
they glued their ears to the radio
and heard an 'Empire renounced
for Jove. She is the goal toward
which many women strive in their
search for poise and wardrobe
perfection. She has achieved what
millions of women dream about—
a gallant prince to sweep them off
their feet :in a whirlwind love af
We'lr add our admiration to the
12,000 who hailed the world's
greatest lovers to the shoies where
love is aided by democracy.
Seniors Hear Whitmore
Talk At AAUW Reception
Two-hundred senior women at
the AAUW reception in the Home
Economics Auditorium Thursday
night heard Dean Frank C. Whit
more, of the School of Chemistry
and Physics, explain what chemis
try is doing to help abolish pov
erty in the world today:
"Human beings, need food,
clothing, shelter and anything else
they Can get in order to survive,"
the dean stated in his talk, "What
Is Chemistry Doing To Us?"
"Chemistry has helped to provide
more than enough of these es
sentials by converting unservice
able goods into useful materials,
but in spite of this some people
do not have enough."
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tires. Cheap, call Gummy Wat
kins, Phi Kappa Tau, 701.
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SATURDAY DECEMBER 14, 1940
Spats Clubs, Red Cross
Sponsor Annual Program
By R. HELEN GORDON
Seventy-six thrilled youngsters.
from the first and seggncLgrades
of the Pine - Grove MillFSchOSl
ceived Christmas giftS
Charles "Santa Claus.§,atier,
the mathematics departiirent,
the main lobby of White hall
The kids were all gattfqed al)*
a decorated tree • after seeing
Christmas movies and hearing Mrs.
Lucetta Kennedy tell two deligla
ful stories of "The Chibies Rang"
and ,!"The-Pine Tree," when Santa
popped in with gifts and .a merty
greeting for everyone.
With their new dollies, books,
and harmonicas clutcited in tiler
hands, • the little guests sang "Jolly
Old St. Nicholas" for the good . gerit.
Games in the gym, ice cream, and
lollypops topped off the afteii
noon's fun. •
One freckled little chap declai
ed between licks "80, Chrisltn .
can't come too soon for me!'-'MI
that just about summed up every
WRA Sports Clubs sponsored
this annual party in conjunction
with the local Junior Red Crciss
chapter. Miss Jane Nitsky, chair
man of the chapter, provided for
transportation, and Helen L:Ma
zur activities board chairman,
was in charge of arrangernents.
Club .presidents and the part
their groups played in the progran).
were: Jeanne M. Chew '4l, variety
—refreshments; Louise B. Clark
program; Janet L. Fleming '42,
golf refreshments; Mary. L.
Lenker '43, archery checking;
Vera J. Palmer '4l, dance—decor
ations; Mary G. Procter '42, outing
—gifts; Dorothy B. Reeves '4l,
rifle—gifts; Betty C. Rose.'32,fenc
ing—decorations; and Joseithine .
Taggart '4l, tennis—.enteitainment
Members of the clubs donated
10 cents to the party...
150 Invited To Teas --
One hundred and fifty ffeshman
women, home economics majors,
will be invited today to teas spon
sored by the sophomore meal serv
ice classes next Wednesday, Thurs
day, and Friday in the Home Bco
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