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Of IDance Recital
Depicting the nativity of Christ,
troeinbers of the dance production
croup, dance club, and physical
education service groups will pre
;lent the season's first recital in the
oi)y - thm room of White Hall at
9:15 p.m. Thursday. Anyone may
'attend the program free of charge.
First number of the dance,
'which is performed in three parts,
oymbolizes the prophecy. Mary's
&nice reveals the coming of Christ,
Law)" sheperds in the last dance ex
pi ess the spreading of the new
Yelrgion in their worship.
Vera T. Palmer '4l will take the
dirt of Mary and Dorothy C. Ellis
'49, of Elizabeth, her cousin.
Choreography was arranged by
Mi.;:; Jessie Cameron, assistant
professor of physical - education,
Jean C. Craighead '4l, and Miss
Accompanying certain numbers
will be bible verses read by Aimee
L. Sobbot '4l; piano compositions
of Aaron Copeland played by Miss
”crmance Reese, of. the physical
education department; drums, or
gongs. Use of bright colors in the
dancers' gowns helps denote the
joy of the event.
Pan-He! Ball It
First '/d formai
Tear down the holly and the
wniAletoe, pack up ornaments
4.1..)K1 suitcases and. come back .on
January 6 to face a grim, dark
Tufbre. But no!
Yor Friday, January 10, will be
Panhellenic's Annual Ball, 1941's
'llyst formal, at the Nittany Lion
30n from 9 to 12 p.m. to the music
4;4' Jimmy Leyden and his band.
Sorority women will invite their
All members of national sorori
ties on this campus including
"skray Greeks," or members of
national sororities without chap-
Eters here, will be invited as well
os members of local groups who
1 - ire Panhellenic Council members.
Each sorority may invite one
advisor, whose name will be plac
ed on the door list, Leslie A. Lewis
'4 T, chairman, announced last
Invitations have been issued by
Carolyn Moorhead '42.
Zeta initiates Three
Zeta Tau Alpha initiated Naomi
G l3illen '43, Martha 0. Reickley
'43, and M. Jane Van Riper '43 at
the home of Mrs: Howard. Neisley
at 7 p.m. yesterday.
Ai The Movies
`Texas Rangers Ride Again"
"Strike Up The Band"
c' •.. GIFTS
'' • WOULD
Now is the time to buy your Christmas
Gifts, not during the last two days at
home. Nice selections of costume jew
elry, gloves, scarfs, and other appro
priate gifts may'be found at the .
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Leads Campus Victory
Paul 0. Frey '44, pictured
above, led the freshman Campus
Party in a clean sweep of all '44
class' posts by defeating John B.
Cramp '44 'by a vote of 497 to
400 in yesterday's elections to
become the new, and first, presi
dent of his class.
We, The Women
For Her And Him
Perfume in a bottle which will
grace her bureau. Be sure it com
pliments her personality.
A gold clip for her white blouse
or rhinestone lotus leaves •for her
black dinner gown.
An overnight bag fitted with a
popular cosmetic line.
A combination cigarette case—
Black kid gloves, pigskin sport
gloves, or fluffy angora mittens.
A large sized gold evening bag.
Costume jewelry for the dra
matic type, or a short single strand
of cultured pearls for the strictly
Stockings (only nylons) in a
satin-quilted box for her room.
Flowers or candy for the casual
friend you would like to impress.
Flamingo clip to flatter her fur
Personalized pastel stationery.
'White kid evening gloves if he
String glove—scarf set in straw
In socks? Only argyles please
Suede cuff link box.
Leather shaving kit, abut not for
the electric razor fan.
For the camera fiend—a light
meter or lens set.
For the sportsman—a subscrip
tion to his favorite sports maga
A political or international sit
uation best seller.
Accessories for the pipe smoker
—a leather humidor or pipe stand,
or his favorite tobacco.
Silver topped ' military brushes
or belt buckle.
Watch chain and fraternity seal
ed fob, or a gold knife.
The shaving lotion he likes.
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ANY GIRL ! !
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
CAA. Course Depends
On Student Interest
To determine if there is en
ough interest among students to
start a new program for Civil
Pilot training in February, Prof.
H. A. Everett has requested
those interested in the idea to
notify him in Room 208, Main
Engineering' within the next
The only fee is $lO for the
Ground School. For each trainee
the Government pays a sum of
over $3OO for the fight training.
Haidt - , Lucey Participate
In Weekend Conference
Miss 'Marie Haidt, associate pro
fessor of physical education, and
Miss Mildred A. Lucey, instructor
in physical education, attended the
annual convention of the Pennsyl
vania State Association for Health,
Physical Educatioh, and Recrea
tion at Webster 'Hall Hotel, Pitts
burgh, under the leadership of
Prof. E. C. Davis, formerly of the
College, Friday and Saturday. •
(Miss Haidt spoke on demonstra
tion teaching in an evalution panel,
while Miss Lucey discussed the
modern program of extra-curric
ula activities for women. Repre
senting the students of the College,
L. Eleanor Benfer '4l led a dis
cussion of prerequisites for physi
cal education majors.
Dean Carl P. Schott, of the
School of Physical Education and
Athletics, was elected to the exe
cutive btard of the U.S. Intercol
legiate Lacrosse Association at its
fifty-eighth annual convention in
New York Sunday.
ZTA To Give Ole Party
Zeta Tau Alpha will have a
Christmas party at the American
Legion Cabin at 7 p.m. tonight.
WSGA Drive Hits $191;
Closes Al 5 P.M. Today
Contributions t o ate in
WSGA's annual Christmas Drive
Members of WSGA Junior
Service Board,. House of Rep
resentatives, and Freshman
Council will continue contacting
women students for the fund
until 5 p. m. today when the
drive closes with WSGA House
of Representatives' meeting.
Insertions for this column cost 10
cents and must be received at the Col
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ceding publication. Only ''the essential
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Schott On ILA Board
RIDES Wanted and
Letters to the Editor—
Ten Fingers -.
—Not Nine !
To the Editor:
Your reporter must have for
gotten to turn one of his fingers
down for Robeson gave not nine,
but TEN encores. For proof here
they are in order:
1. Scandalizin' My Name.
Ah Still Suits Me.
3. Short'nin Bread.
• 4. 01' Man River.
5. It Ain't Necessarily , So.
6. My Curly Headed Baby.
7. Water Boy.
8. Little David, Play on Your
9. Journey's End.
10. German Camp Song.
Artists' Committe . e
Extends Its Thanks
To the Editor:
At the close of a very strenuous
Artists' Course sale campaign, it
is my desire again to thank the
faculty, the student body and the
townspeople for the cooperation
and support given to the course.
It is also my wish to express pub
licly a very deep feeling of appre
ciation to my colleagues on - the
tatives of our student body, our
community, and our faculty—for
the thought, energy, and time
which • they' have so lerietously
given to make such an Artists'
' The composition of this com
mittee, representing as it does so
many varying viewpoints and
tastes, has been the best guaran
tee that the helpful suggestions
and constructive criticisms, sub
mitted by the patrons of the Art
ists' Course to the Committee,
have received the utmost consid
eration. Such suggestions, when
ever feasible, have been adopted
by the Committee. That, in spite
of these efforts, satisfactory sol
utions for all difficulties have not
been found is as much a source of
regret to the Committee as it- is
to the many other friends and pa
trons of the Artists' Course.
Others not on the Committee—
members of the student body, fac
ulty' and administrative staff
have likewise given aid to the
campaign by speaking on behalf
of the Artists' Course before fra
ternity, sorority, and dormitory
groups, as well as by having con
tributed in other ways. To them,
likewise, we stand greatly indebt
ed. The Collegian and The Centre
Daily Times, as in previous years,
have again made a decided con
tribution 'to the successful cam
paign through the wide and fav
orable publicity they have given to
the Course. '
An Artists' Course such as we
W : Picture Frames designs
tn quality—yet prices are rea
sonable . . . smallest 50c—
if medium and larger from
yi $1.25 up.
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1940
have cannot be - maintained .from.
year to year without hard- effort.
and much time being devoted to
its furtherance by a number of
groups and individuals. It is for
this reason that this very grateful
acknowledgement- for such . -- serv-.
ices is hereby .being made. It cse:,
only through the willingness of,
interested persons and agencies to,
continue their • efforts unabated'
that the Artists' Course can lOok
forward to maintaining itself next
year and in year's to cbme ! ,,
C. E. MarquarsitAchairmn
Artists' 'Course: :Committee
Reader - Corrects . -,.. .
To the Editor . •
More "Letters to Editor,"
such as that one cppip.eilling Mr.
Setlow . in_your Decemher 14th
sue, and I will be tempted tothroiit
away my super_ E;ig 7 8 - en alarrii
clock and let Ycifirj articles wako
I am a loyal Penn Stater, .also
a loyal citizen of a great city, Hart
I-think we have.enough ,to 'brdg
about without putting:_Yale.
versity within-the citY.4iniiis. For
the information ofAOWititerested;
and as a matter of.corriOn,l7.ale
is 38 miles away in N - e.w.4-Igren....„
Furthermore, please =put Mr_
Setlow in his right like
wise belongs in- Ne":01 2 1-laven. We
don't need either. •
Robert Elsner '43-
P.S. Please inform Mr, Jaffe_
Mr. Kraus - that Yale is far from
a radical's institute; in fact it is
definitely capitalistic. - --I.
TYPEWRITERS—AII to alees --ziiE
pertlY repaired. Portable and
office machines .for sale or rent.
Dial. 2342. Harry F. Mann, 127 W.
Beaver avenue. lyr,-C4E-ch
REWARD for return of wallet lost
by Edward F. Joslyn, Canes-
vile, Pa. College address, Alpha
Chi Rho—Phone 841. •
NOTICE—The parties . that: took
the blankets, - bedspreads,'
rugs out of the. cottage at Alie -
Autoport on Friday night had -bet:
ter return them for they were seen
by a roomer in the next cottage
and license numbet' taken..
3tch 12-19 E
WANTED—Studeht to take-:care
of furnace during Chri§firia§:ya;::
cation. - 112 W. Beaver. Dial 04qq.
ltpd 1217,35 V
Eugene H. Liderir ---
114 E. Beaver AIM. Dial 4066
Breakfast China, Dinner
Ware, Tea Sets -for,a gift to
your parents....Pastel . colars,
flower designs. ; Sets „from .
$3.25 up. .. .
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