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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1940.
We, The Women—
Much Ado,About Nothing
In Particular; 13u1—
IFC DID a good job of revising
the Dating Code. There weren't
any changes except that cutting
down on excess wordage makes it
possible for each house to post the
rules in a conspicuous place so
every brother will know there is
a code. Too bad they didn't print
in- ca p ta 1 letters, "ROOMS
SHOULD. BE WELL-LIGHTED
AND NO ALCOHOLIC DRINKS
SHALL' BE SERVED."
HOORAY for WSGA taking the
initiative for an All-College May
Day.- We're all in favor - of the re
sults which may come from mixed
efforts in the maypole: direction.
And we are anxious to see how
the men's tastes run in Queens.
BELATED ONGRATS to Pan
hellenic for a super Stunt Night
and conc_entrated bahs to the twn
hundred and forty-five frosh
women v.•! - ;o were too busy to go.
BEERS AND WINES were con
sidered basic by aboriginal tribes
of Latin America according to a
new instructor in geography. He
claims drunken parties were fun
damental to the whole economic
system. Ah,_ baticomes the Penn
WELCOME INDIAN summer!
Campu's romances are blooming
with moonlit walks prolonged in
to fill. • Welcome love!! And fie
Tau Kappa Epsilon will enter
tain Chi Omega's at dinner tonight.
Patricia "Mac Kinney '43, was
named Alpha, Chi Omega's rep=
resentative to the City Panhel
WEDNESDAY . . . •
Weldon Heyhorne -
Sit In Your Car—See and
Hear the Movies
t mile west-of State College
On Route 322 -
: PIPE FOR
'44 WSGA Senator
Ann H. Carruthers was elected
WSGA Freshman Senator by '44
women last night and committees
for May Day and Hallowe'en Din
ners were aimointed by WSGA
Co-chairnrarl - for May Day are
Margaret R.-'Roberts '42 and Pat
ricia MacK.inney 43 with Betty Jo
Patton '42 and Mildred Schmidt
'43 serving on the committee. This
group will work with Richard C.
Peters '4l, chairman; W. Rae Herr
man '4l, Walter M. Kniaz '4l, and
A. John Currier' '42 to make it an
In charge of Hallowe'en• dinners
are Charlotte E. Miller '42, Ath
erton east; Dorothy I. Rhoads '42,
Atherton west; and Marion M.
Eberts '42, Mac Hall.
Freshman hall , and dormitory
presidents automatically becoming
members, of *WSGA Freshman
Council are Margot Blass, Dorothy
Boring, Mary Jane Brintzenhoff,
Betty Rose Broderick, Eugenie
Bundick, Dora Culver, Phyllis Gar
rison, Janet Graham, Florence
Jaffy, Dorothy Jones, Muriel Meis
elman, Agnes Peebles, Ruth Popp,
Alberta Sperdis, •Betty Story, and
Jeanne Ward. -
To Slop Today
The four-week free association
period among freshmen and trans
fers and sorority women ends to
day. bringing only one important
change in that there is to be no
visiting in sorority houses or suites
except during specified periods of
open house. Sorority women may
visit freshmen and transfers in
their roms, but may be viisted by
them in dormitory roms only. •
—lnvitations_ to any. eating places.
off Campus may still be accepted
by freshman and transfers but
only on a dutch treat basis. Big
Sisters are the only sorority wom
en who may treat freshmen.
Beginning next week and every
other wGek until Christmas vaca
tion, each sorority will hold an
open house- to - which freshmen
and transfers come without spe"-
cial invitation. Announcements
will be made as to time and place
of open houses. Freshmen and
transfers may stay only half an
hour at each house, but may re
visit them at the next open house.
This period of association will
last until Christmas vacation af
ter which theer will be limited
association until final week. Dur
ing the liimted association there
*ill be absolutely no visiting and
no open houses. Final examina
tion week is to be a strict silent
period with no form of contact
between sorority women and
freshmen and transfers.
Engineering Head Speaks
Robert L. Sackett, Dean Emer
itus of the School of Engineering,
will speak at a senior engineering
lecture on Friday afternoon at 4:10
p.m. in - room 110 Electrical Engin
eering Building. His subject will
be "Character and Character
Delta Gamma sorority pledged
Marjorie J. Kehler '43 last night.
FOR RENT—Furnished house for
the winter. Call State College
SINGLE ROOM and double .room
available immediately in wom
en's student town dormitory. Pri
vate bath Call State College 4362.
REAL ESTATE •
114 E. Beaver Ave. Dial 4066
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
All sophomore, junior, end sen
ior women, including transfers,
are eligible to tryout for the var
sity debate squad in Room 103,
Home Economics Building, at 7:15
p. m. today. There are usually 30
or 40 members of the women's de
bate squad, half of whose debates
are held with men.
Debates are mainly Oregon
style, consisting of two 20-minute
constructive speeches, two 14-
minute cross-examinations, and
two 6-minute summaries. Ortho
dox style and parliamentary dis
cussions are also used during the
Home debates are held on cam
pus, with extension debates sched
uled for Altoona, Bellwood, Cur
wensville, Gallitzin, Hollidays
burg, Montoursville, Mt. Union,
Osceola, Phillipsburg, Port Matil
da, and Tyrone.
Debating is an extra-curricular
activity for which women receive
up to three academic credits. De
baters are eligible for Delta Alpha
Delta, speech professional, and
Delta Sigma Rho, national foren
U.l. Hockey Team
Will Hold Clinic
The United States Field Hockey
Touring Team will meet a selected
squad of coeds in an exhibition
game and demonstrate correct hoc
key techniques and tactics on
Holmes Field from 3 to 6 p.m. to
Sponsored by Cynthia Wesson,
one of the foremost women's hoc
key promotors in the country, the
touring team is composed of repre
sentatives of such aggregations as
the All-American, British Guinea,
German Cricket Club, Philadel
phia, and Vassar teams.
Included in its itinerary are stops
at Georgia, Illinois, lowa, South
Carolina, Virginia, and Texas Col
L. Eleanor Benfer '4l and Mar
jorie A. Harwick '4l will referee
the exhibition match.
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Dancing 9 to 12
October I I Rec Hall
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