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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1940 ,
(Representatives from 37 Pan
hellenic 'Associations in the New
England and Middle Atlantic
states and Canada have been invit
ed- to attend the Panhellenic Dis
trict Convention here November
8,9, and 10, it was announced at
a joint meeting of the executive
boards of the city arid College Pan
hellenic Associations last week.
General. chairman Mrs. A. K.
Anderson, past national president
of Alpha Omicron Pi, has begun
organization of the-converition by
naming various committees from
the city and College associations.
■No program has-been issued as
yet, but the annual Mortar Board
dance has been slated for Satur
day, November 9. -
Committee women who will
have charge of -arrangements in
clude Miss Julia G. Brill-and" Miss'
Hdhora M: Noyes, president and
secretary, respectively, of the city
Pahhellehic Association; Miss
Pauline- A. Locklin; Miss Mary J.
Stevenson, arid Mrs. F. L. Bentley,
Panhellenic Council advisors; arid
Harriet Singer ’4l, Jean H. Krauser
’42, Arita li. Hefferan ’4l, arid
Norma P. Stillwell ’4l, members of
the Parihelienic executive commit
Sponsored By Pan-Hel
About 500 freshmen, transfers,
and sorority women attended the
Panhellenic Tea in Athertori Hall
from 2 to ~4 p.rti. Saturday, chair
man L. Eleandr Berifer has 'esti
Arranged as a part of the orient
tation program for new women
students, the; tea officially marks
the beginning of organized rushing
home and back by
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Campus Representative. Thos. H. Ainsworth.
Tiix Kappa Epsilon. Phone 06
NATION-WIDE RAIL-AIR SERVICE
Forensic Council will meet in
318 Old Main, 4 p. m.
All sophomore women editorial
Candidates meet iri the Daily Col
legian office at 5 p. m.
All candidates for the varsity
fencing team meet at Rec Hall at
5 p. m.
Portfolio ■ staffs meeting. Busi
ness staff at 7 p. m. and editorial
staff at 7:30 p. jn. n Room 315 Old
Sophomore Independent Party,
412 Old Main, 7:30 p. in.
CJampus ’43 meeting in 405 Old
Main, 7:30 p. m.
Open meeting of the Camera
Club; Room 318 Old Main at 8 p.
All College Cabinet meeting, 318
Old Main, 9 P- m.
Blue Key Smoker at Phi Kappa
Sigma at 7:15 p. m.
A' smoker for all men interested
in debating will be held in the
Beta Sigma"RHo hoUse at 7:30 p.m..
• Sophomore men- editorial can
didates for Collegian, Room 312,
Old Main, 5 p. m.
A cider feed for electrical en
gineering ; students, freshmen and
"upperclassmen, .will be held iri the
E. E. Building, at .7:30 p. m.
The • Liberal Arts - faculty will
meet at 4:10 p. m. in 121 L. A.
Dr. Alfred G. Pundt will lead a
discussion forum on Oswald Gar
rison Viilard and “The Nation” in
the College Book Store, lounge at
7 p. m. -
All changes of address- should
be reported to the Registrar’s of
fice immediately to be included in
the 1940-41 Student Directory.
■tyiil the following people please
Return' their Daily Collegian sub
scription books, immediately:
Ralph Snyder Parker Finney, Nick
Vozzy, Jack Dorrance, Odette
Scrmenick, George Fredman, Bob
Sieger, Bill CiSsdll, Led MeSftarie,
Tom North, Robert Koser, Bob
Codger, Ann Reidy, Elaine Hell
man, arid Sam Strob.
' All members of the Junior and
Senior Boards having books in
their possession ate also requested
to bring them to the Daily Colleg
Personnel athletic books for the
first sefrtdsfeT Are' now On sale at
the AA tidket office, 107 Old Main
and continue to be sold until noon,
October 5. The pride is $7.00 plus
The general sale of tickets for
the Buckhell game will open to
niorro’w. Students will be allowed
to purchase Additional tickets to
sections alloted by their class en
rollment. Tickets for all home
games are priced at $2.20.
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
We, The Women —
We Get Enthusiasm
Dampened By'44 Coeds.
JUST WHEN we were patting
ourselves on the back about the
swell freshman class and bragging
about its enthusiasm a bucket of
water in the form of Senior Spon
sor meetings had to squelch all
the steam we had jvorked up.
The eight meetings were design
ed as “bull sessions” to aid fresh
man coeds With campus problems.
They were scheduled as a help to
the new class, not as lectures to be
Come on frosh and Show us that
the pep you had at the first mass
meeting is still there. You’ll have
a chance to redeem yourselves by
one hundred per cent attendance
at the mass meeting in Schwab
Auditorium tonight and get your
first taste of campus democracy
when a senator is elected to rep
resent you on WSGA Senate.
# * *
JUNIOR SERVICE BOARD,
with the help of Senior Sponsors,
did the best deed of last week
when they demonstrated dining
commons table manners to fresh
men in Mac Hall. How about
tackling the upperclass egg yodel
* * «:
WE’VE DECIDED to start learn
ing the second verse of the Alma
Mater since we heard that Ath
Hallers will sing it after meals.
And we’re about ready to wave
.the blue and white banner after
the way Mac Hall' diners have
been finishing their meals to the
tune of “The Nittany Lion.”
For Annual Cwen Dance
Committees for the Cwen dance
to be held in White Hall at 9 p.m.
Friday, October 18, were appointed
by Nancy E. Gosser, social chair
Liia A. WhOolery is in charge
of the band; M. Janet Blackburn
Snd Margaret R. Comly, check
ing Marie L. Kulp, Margaret M.
Lams, Elizabeth E. Munroe, clean
up; Jean E. Hershberger, Patricia
Mac Kinney, Muriel Muselman,
Joanne M. Palmer, decorations;
Louise M. Fuoss, Margaret K.
Sherman, Marjorie L. Sykes, invi
tations; Ruth L. Kiesling and
Mildred B. Schmidt, publicity; and
Pauline Crossman and Jacqueline
I. Shafer, tickets;.
The proceeds from the dance
sponsored yearly by Cwens, sopho
more service honorary, will go for
scholarship aid. Coeds will invite
men to the affair.
Chapel Comments —
Described By Speaker
.The chapel services Sunday fea
tured an address by Dr. William
W. Cadbury, Superintendent of
Medical College in Canton, China.
Speaking on “Service in War-
Torn China,” Dr. Cadbury des
cribed the scenes of tumult and
devastation as he saw them in that
country during the early stages of
the Sino-Japanese war.
Dr. Cadbury also commented on
the aid of the American Bed Cross
for their help in sending food and
clothing for thousands of refugees.
Two Graduates Marry
Jane Gruber, Kappa ’39, was
married to Bob Clark ’4O, Delta
Warren Elliott '4O, TKE, married
Doris Baily, hometown lass, Sat
. The Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority
pledged DOrothjr C. Ftiririan ’43 en
KEYS MADE TO ORDER
S. PUGH ST.
Co-Recreation Day, sponsored by
WRA, Sunday, to promote combin
ed men and women’s recreational
activities, attracted ' nearly 150
Tennis on Rec Hall courts had
the biggest turnout with 63 en
trants. Only 48 persons could be
accommodated, however, in the
progressive tournaments that con
tinued from 2 to 4 p.m. Winners
of the mixed doubles tourney were
H. Dorothy Godshalk ’4l and John
W. Morring ’42. They were de
feated in the final exhibition match
by Alfred C. Meunier, graduate,
and David C. Fahringer, graduate,
men’s doubles champions.
Over forty men - arid women
went on the bicycle breakfast hike
to the WRA Cabin that left Metz
ger’s at 7 a.m. and returned at 10
a.m. Breakfast was made arid serv
ed at the cabin.
In Rec Hall 30 persons engaged
in progressive badminton tourna
ments with Blanche M. Dedger ’42
and Philip A. Dailey ’43 victorious.
A mixed volleyball contest raged
for two hours.
Archery on Holmes Field at
tracted 20 participants and four
couples participated in golf.
Mary G. Procter ’4l, was Co-Rec
Day chairman assisted by Louise
B. Clark ’4l, in charge of volley
ball; Muriel E. Engelkee ’4l, bad
minton; Anita M. Knecht ’42, bi
cycles; Mary L. Lenker ’43, arch
ery; Elizabeth C. Rose ’42, food;
and Josephine H. Taggart ’4l, ten
'Forty Forum' To Elect
The freshman PSCA “Forty
Forum” is completing its organiz
ation this week in committee meet
ings where freshman chairmen
will be elected. All meetings will
be held iri the Hugh Beaver Room
of Old Main.
Meetings include: Tuesday 4:15
p.m. music committee, Jane Burke
’43, upperclass advisor; Wednesday
4:15 p.m. project committee, Ruth
Kocher '43, upperclass advisor;
Thursday 4:15 p.m. worship com
mittee, Joan Paulhamus ’43, upper
class advisor; Friday 6:30 p. m.
program committee, Jean Hersh
berger ’43, upperclass advisor.
Freshman Coeds Stage
Own Pajama Parade *
Freshman men have nothing on
women in Mac Hall when it comes
tokpajama parades for they staged
their own parade Saturday night.
Starting on the fourth floor, the
pajama-clad coeds descended to
serenade those .below. After all
halls had been aroused, the parad-'
ers congregated in the lobby for
more arid louder singing and cheer
ing which- lasted until the wee
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