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Weiss to Discuss
The Palestine situation will be
discussed by Plerbert Weiss, Jew
ish student from the Anglo- Egyp
tian Sudan, at a One World club
meeting at 8 p.m. in the Y1ICA.
Weiss, freshman in business ad
ministration, came to the United
States with his father who is now
an importer in New York.
Main issues of the talk will be
t ie Jewish-Arab friction in Pales
tine and adjacent countries.
On 1.1th between
Alder and Kincaid
Foreign students are being hon
ored by a party at the home of
Nancy Belts, 1893 Alder at 7 p.m.,
December 7, according to members
of the YWCA international affairs
The party is open to all students,
Dedo Misley and Laura Olson, co
chairmen, have announced. There
is to ee a Christmas tree and re
Students with no transportation
will meet at 6:45 p.m. at the Y
from where cars will take them to
In Chapman Tonite
A picture produced in Italy, “The
Last Days of Pompeii,” is the edu
cational activities movie for to
night. It will be shown in 207 chap
man. The first picture showing be
gins at 7:30 p.m.
The picture shows the ancient
catacombs and the martyrs being
thrown into the arena. The story is
about a blind girl arid the eruption
of Mt. Vesuvius.
Carol, Visit Pastor
The Lutheran Student associa
tion will visit the home of Pastor
and Mrs. Aalbue of the Central
Lutheran church on Friday even
The students will leave the
YWCA bungalow at 7:15 p.m. and
walk to the l^albue home. Christ
mas carolling on the way.They will
follow a route worked out by Carol
Alzner and Howard Fidler. Ai'l
Lutheran students and their
friends are invited.
j 7:30 p. m—Hui O Kamaaina
| meeting on the Gerlinger sun
7:45 p.m.—Scabbard and Blade
I meeting at the ROTC building,
i 8:00 p.m.—One World club meet
| ing at the YMCA. The Palestine
! problem will be discussed.
! 9:00 p.m.—Wesley house jive
j There will be no meeting of the
j Young Democrats organization to
Use Ticket Books
Students washing to attend the
game at McArthur court December
10, must keep their athletic stu
dent body books, according to the
ticket manager. The books will be
collected at the game in place of
Even if the corset vogue goes
1 out quickly, you can't say it’s not
1 here to stay.
‘‘Chesterfields are a smoother
tasting cigarette—always cool."
Voted TOPS!—Chesterfield the
largest selling cigarette in Am
erica's colleges (by nation-wide
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