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THURSDAY,' SEPTEMBER 26, 1940
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ula Jr., H, Henrietta Hayward,
Archibald M. Hyson, Jack Krauss,
Edward Lubin, Stuart Patton, Jack
E. Paulhamus, David K. Rice, and
Harold V. Walton.
Two Ybar Students: Robert T.
Beck, John E. Bond, Milfred H.
Holbert, Robert M. Plate, and. J
oseph L. Ray, Jr.
The School of Liberal Arts honor
Seniors: Willard Max Arnold,
Mary Elizabeth Baker, Clare Jo
seph Burton, Charles Cann, Irwin
Freed, Harris Freedman, Anna
Dordthy Goldschaid, Gertrude
Hermyhe Hecht, Efnilie Verona
Holtaman, King, Phyllis
M. . McCarraher, Lauren Arnold
McGill, Margaret Agnes Peebles,
Norman Racusin, Edythe B. Rickel,
James George Riddell, Herman
Smith, Nelson fedward Varnum,
Benjamin Weinbrom, Frances H.
White, and Thomas Czubiak. .
Juniors: Carl Weller. Barbey,
Ralph U. Blasingaffie, John M.
Capokzela, Lillian R. Diamond,
Margaret L. Embury, Jeanne C.
Fisher, Shirley Flomenhoft Mary
A. Galletti 1 , (Mary J. Gibson, Will
iani E. Harkins, Brisbane B. Har
rington, Jr., Jean Hechter, James
H. HOlzman, Albert E. Kaplan, Lee
H. Kestenbaum, Doris M. Koch;
Clifford R. Lauder, Marie E.
Lehm, Esther A. Lloyd, Charles E.
Lynch, JeaftSe G. McAdam; Bar
bara J. McMahan, Ruth A. Mar
shall, Nancey J. Mowery, Lois E.
Notovite; Lois E. Patrick, Irene M.
Paul, Arthur Peskoe, Miltoh R.
Prensky, Alfred A. RosenblOom,
Jr., Catherine L. .Schoch, Ernest
Soble, Marion E. Sperling, Doris
E. TOllin, Barbara Varden, Jean
F. Weaver, Catherine G. Zeller,
and Jean Babcock.
Sophomores: Ethel L. Ashbum,
Helen E. Wilde, Leopard Emerson
Bach, Sara M. Bailey, Kathryn A.
Bean, Morris Beck, Harry D.- Cohn,
Gordon L. Coy,-Jacob U. D’Angelo,
Donald W. Davis, Jr., Robert L.
Ellis, Hazel Gassman, Dominick L.
Golab, Christine R. Grant, Betty
L. Greenberg, Joseph L. Hetenyi,
DAILY COLLEGIAN DANCE
We Women —
A Typical Penn State -
Man Defined In Fun
THE LOATHSOME S YLL A -
BLES, a typical Penn State coed,
have long irked campus women to
the foot-stamping degree. We have
felt for some time that the persons
referred to by the men as “typical”
are not representative of the ma
jority of coeds. This, of course, has
two distinct, disputable sides.
The time has come for us to
categorize the men. Those not fitt
ing into ,thb “typical” division au
tomatically take their places in the
"nbn-typical” class and hereafter
we shall ignore them. For it is on
•the “typical” men that we wish
, First, the typical Penn State man
has. forgotten the simple manners
which most high school boys use
nonchalantly. He stumbles through
doors held open for women, dresses
for a baseball game, he'eds a shave
and a clean shirt, could stand some
polish on his shoes, and doesn’t
mind sitting down in classrooms
while the women hold up the
Second, he never knows what
to do with his feet and his vernacu
lar consists of terms better left
Third, there hire many “typical
Penn State men” sUch as we have
attempted to describe.
Last, if 'Penh State , men don’t
stop saying “typical Penn State
coed” we shall conduct a drive to
exterminate them—and the slogan
will be, “Penh State Men -Need
Monday is the last day oh which
applications for CAA training will
be received, Prof. Harold A. Ever
ett, CAA director, announced yes
Harriet S, Hirschfeld, Joseph V.
Kasper, Marjorie J. Kehler, Ross
B. Manley, Joanne M. Palmer,
Ruth H. Pennington, Bernard A-.
Plesser, Kathryn M. Popp, Aleda
Snow, Bernard M. Weinberg.
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REC. HALL .. OCT. 11
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
Nominations for officers of Ath
erton Hall and Grange Dormitory
were announced by WSGA Senate
Tuesday night and candidates for
■freshmen hall group presidents
were named. Elections will be held
in house meetings before October
Atherton nominees are: South
west—Janet Herzog ’42, Katherine
A. Loresch ’42, and Mary Gene
Procter ’4l; Northwest —Ruth W.
Barbey ’42, Dorothy H. Grossman
’42, and Anita M. Knecht ’42;
Northeast—Judith L. Cutshall ’4l,
Alice Freeman ’4l, and Alvira L.
Konopka ’4l; Southeast Anna
Jane Olsen *4l, Janice ,M. Owen
’4l, and Mildred Schmidt ’43.
'Grange candidates are Sarah
Miller ’43, Sylvia P. Sehmiddle ’42,
, and Betty. Succop ’43.
Additional nominations may be
made from the floor qt house
meetings which will be held before
next Tuesday. Other officers to be
elected are vice-president, secre
tary-treasurer, social chairman,
and fire chief.
Downtown dormitories will he.
organized before next Tuesday by
the following senators/ -236 S.
Frazier, Pauline Crossman '43; Wy
lee Low, Betty M. Martin '42; Mrs.
Forbes, Jean Babcock ’42; and 139
S. Frazier, Vera L. Kemp '4l.
Requirements for officers as list
ed by WSGA are:
1. For president, 1.5
2. For other officers, 1.2
3. No struggle to maintain
B. Activities—Limited in num
C. Leadership and responsibility
1. Previous experience
2. Willingness to accept res
3. No struggle to maintain
1. Willingness to express ideas
2. Firmness in regard to rules
Seven Mixed Activities
Slated For Co-Recreation
7 to 10 a. m. Bicycle Break
fast Hike to WRA Cabin. Meet
in front of Metzger’s at 7 a. im.
Fifty cents for bicycles, and fif
teen for food.
2 to 4p. m. Everyone meets
in front of Rec Hall.
Archery: Outside Rec Hall.
Badminton: In Rec Hall.
Golf: Two-ball foursomes on
Horseshoes: Outside Rec Hall.
Tennis: Mixed doubles on
Rec Hall courts. „
Ping Pong: In Rec Hall.
Volleyball: In Rec HaH.
Hillel Will Hold Flnl
Social Even! Saturday
The Hillel Foundation will hold
its first social of the year at its
parlors this Saturday evening
from 8:00 to 2:00 p. m., as a cli
max to the membership drive now
The social Will be for members
only. New members will be able
to sign up at the door on Saturday
E. Personal' characteristics
2. Good appearance
3. Likeable disposition
4. High standards of conduct
Senate announced Kathryn Popp
’43, with a 2.9 average, will receive
the WSGA scholarship of $5O,
awarded annually to the freshman
woman with the highest scholastic
Mary W. Houghton ’42 was nam
ed chairman of the WSGA dance
to be held March 1. Dorothy Shaw
’42 was appointed chairman of din
ing room arrangements in Ather
ton East, Anna M. Civitts ’42 in
Atherton West, and M. Elizabeth
Shelly ’42 in Mac Hall (upperclass
It was decided that freshman
women could participate in Co-
Recreational Day next Sunday.
Junior Service Board To
Be Hostesses In Mac Hall
To help freshman women with
correct dining room etiquette, the
11 members of Junior Service
Board will serve as hostesses in
Mac Hall tonight, 'Roberta J. Kelly
’42, chairman, has announced.
At a meeting with the board,
Tuesday, Miss Matilda A. Bentley,
and Miss Ruth H. Zang, assistants
to the dean of women, and Mrs.
Elizabeth W. Dye, associate pro
fessor of home economics, ex
plained some points that should be
passed along to the freshmen.
The hostess is responsible for
beginning and ending the meal.
She should be observant; she
should direct the conversation; and
she should continue eating until
everyone is finished.
On Thursday, October 3, the
upperclass women will be guests
at freshman tables in Mac Hall.
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