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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. 2T r 1940>
Pan-Kef Tea Will
Open Fall Season
The fall. Panhellenic season will
open officially at the annual tea
sponsored by Panhellenic'Council
in Atherton Half from 2 to 4 p.m.
All freshmen and transfers,
whether interested in. sororities or
not,, are urged to come for the pur
pose- of meeting uppercl'asswomen'
as well 1 as: members.of their own
Fraternity women will not.wear
their pins and. there' will be no
segregation into cliques, the coun
cil has stressed. - .
! L. Eleanor 'ißenfer' ’41,. general
chairman, Marion M. Eberts ’42,
and Carolyn. Moorhead 1 ’42 will be
in charge of the affair at which
Miss A.’Pauline Locklin and Mrs.
F. L. Bentley, Panhellenic advisors,
Isc lb., Shelled
, (Cash Orders Only)
Don’t miss this opportunity to get a supply for the-table, ,
.. canning or freezing' Will be available at our plant early
- . Friday morning, September 27. Orders of 10 lbs. or over
. delivered free.
HILLSIDE ICE & STORAGE (0.
!?. Patterson St. - DIAL 842 ' Slate College
HOME AND BACK BY
Direct as a "touchdown pass” is the campus-to-home
laundry service offered by RAILWAY EXPRESS. We
call for your laundry, take it home... and then bring
it back to you at your college 1 address. It’s as quick
and convenient as that! You may send your laundry
prepaid or collect, as you prefer.
Low rates include calling for and delivering in all cities
and principal towns. Use RAILWAY EXPRESS, too, for
swift shipment of all packages and luggage. Just phone
Western Union or DiaL 328-1, North Atherton St., State College
Campus Representative, Thos. H. Ainsworth,
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Phone 758
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Shoes for Men $2.95 up
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Freshman WSGA Senator
Freshman women' will nomi
nate and elect their senator at a
compulsory meeting following
the all-freshman mass meeting
in Schwab Auditorium at T p.
m. next Tuesday. Marjorie E.
■Siebert ’44 has charge, of elec
Any freshman; woman may
suggest a; candidate who meets
the qualifications which wifi be
announced 1 air the close of Hie
The Freshman Senator wifi
represent her* class on WSGA
Senate, .highest coed ruling
body. The runner-up will' sit
on WSGA Judicial Committee.
A second senator and Judicial
Committee member will be- ap
pointed by Senate later.
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN'
We, The Women—
PARADING IN PAJAMAS has
.gotten to be a habit with a group
from the men’s dormitories. Al
though. no damage was reported
after the last episode, we believe
that every coed, should do what
she can to discourage any recur
We take the stand that discour
aging future demonstrations is not
putting a wet blanket on the re
vival of'College spirit which has
been evidenced this year.
Surely all will agree that school
spirit is more than a coed hanging
out of her dormitory window
throwing unmentionables to' a
throng of cavorting serenaders or
screaming the words of “The Blue
The late night hours are not the
• time to demonstrate that women
. students have as much spirit as
the hordes which ' descend from
! Jordan or Watts Halls. And we
1 believe that Rec Hall courts or
: Beaver Field stands are the places
i to display such enthusiasm,
i We - profess that the “damage
done,” though not in property,
was in disillusioning many women
about the proper conduct not only
of college men but also of college
Parades versus slumber being
; the problem we say, “Please go
; way and let us sleep.”
Central Penna. Has Its
Ist Grand Opera to Decade
The Metropolitan Opera Co. of
New York City will present ‘Ros
sini’s gay opera “The Barber of
Seville” in Harrisburg, Thursday,
October 17, 1940 at 18:30 p.m. in
“The Forum” of the Education
Building featuring the beautiful
young star, Hilde Reggiani, in the
role of “Rosina” and Carlos Ra
mirez as “Figaro.”. Both of these
young stars are just 26 years old
and already have made an enviable
place for themselves in Grand
Gay stage settings, colorful cos
tumes,. beautiful lighting effects
and two grand pianos make this
performance one .of Central Penn
sylvania’s highlights of-the Fall
Tickets are on sale now. Single
and $2.20. Season—s7.7o, $0.60 and
$5.50. Special student rates of $2.00
per and special student sections
are -available. Write to Minerva
Stokestme, 8 North Market Square,
SIT IN YOUR CAR
See and Hear The Movies
1 mile west of State -College
Ag. School faculty meeting;
Room 109 Agriculture Building,
4:10 p. m.
Applications for John W. White
and Louise Carnegie scholarships
due at Room 112 Pond Laboratory
today. - _
Special voter’s registration at
Fire Hall from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
and 7 p. m. to 10' p. m.
Senior engineering lecture in
Room 110- EE Building, at 4:10 p.
m. Dean Harry P. Hammond will
speak on “The Engineering Pro
Important Notice Collegian
subscription book with blanks
numbered from 3324 to 3340 has
been lost. If found, it should be
returned to the Collegian office,
313 Old Main. Unless returned,
all subscriptions and dance tickets
under those numbers will be void.
Panhellenic tea, Atherton Hall,
2to 4p. m. tomorrow. All fresh
man women are urged to attend.
Sorority members are requested
not to wear their pins.
Upperclassmen pay fees in the
Armory from 9 to 5 p. m.
Accounting clinic opens in Nit
tany Lion Inn at 12:30 p. m.
Executive committee of Board
of Trustees meets in President
HetzeFs office at 7:30 p. m.
Hillel services at 7:30 at the Hil
lel Foundation. Rabbi Kahn will
Articles bearing the names of
the following people are now lo
cated in the Student Union lost
and found service: Winifred Ren
ner, William Tompson, Lewis Ken
samond, W. Sandston, James T.
Lewis, Allen S. Russell, Don Clen
denin, Eleanor L. Robinson, Earl
Van 'Tries, Ruth Richardson, John
Arnott, Clair Bernstein, Roy L.
Cousins, H. Lamond, Howard
Rumbaugh, J. Radell, Ruth Lane,
G. Paul Replagle, Louis Cenni,
Eloner Cloud, Solomon Segal, Will
iam R. Brink.
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