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lan-Hel Releases 3-Day Program
IFer Confab November 8,9, and 10
Round fables, Speakers
To IFeafure Conference
Plans for the Regional Panhel
lenic Conference here November
8,9, and 10 are rapidly nearing
completion as acceptances from
rewesentatives of 37 college Pan
hellenic associations in New Eng
land and Middle Atlantic States
continue to pour in.
"Fraternities in the World To
day" has been chosen as the con
ference theme, Chairman Mrs. A.
K. Anderson has announced and
all round tables, speeches, and
discussions will be conducted
around this central idea.
The program will get underway
al 9 p. m. Friday, November 8 at
a general meeting in Room 304,
Old Main following registration
of. delegates in the first floor
lounge. Three or four speakers,
including a dean of women, a na
tional sorority officer, and a dele
gale from a city and a college Pan
hellenic Association will conduct
an hour's symposium on sororities
from their particular viewpoints.
Round tables will be held in
Rooms 304 and 305 Old Main from
9 a. m. to noon and from 2:30 to 5
p, an. Saturday, November 9 on
subjects the delegates_ have sug
gested. Rushing, limitation of
chapter membership and duties of
officers have been named as pos
ible topics by Mrs. Anderson.
A luncheon for all delegates at
the Nittany Lion Inn Saturday
noon will break up the round ta
bles. Adrian 0. Morse, assist
and to the president in charge of
resident instruction will address
the group. His subject will be an
At 6:30 p. m. a dinner will be
held at the Nittany Lion Inn at
which Dr. J. Paul Selsam, assist
ant professor of history, will speak
on "Our Responsibility In The
College delegates will have dates
for. Mortar Board's Spinster Skip
while the others are on a tour of
White Hall and Atherton Hall.
Officer's conferences after the
tours have been scheduled until
10 p. m. when there will be a so
cial hour in the southeast lounge
or Atherton Hall for those not at
tending the dance.
The closing session from 9 to
10:30 a, in: Sunday will be a
ENJOY YOUR PARTY
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IN THE MODERN WAY
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READY FOR USE
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PUNCH BOWLS EARLY
HILLSIDE ICE &
WSGA Announces Hours
For Houseparfy Weekend
Freshman women attending
houseparty and all upperclass
women have been granted three
o'clock permissions for Friday
and Saturday nights, November
1 and 2, WSGA Senate announ
ced last night.
Freshman women not attend
ing houseparty will be granted
two one o'clock permissions for
this weekend. All coeds will have
ten o'clock permissions Sunday
night. Freshman women must
have written permission from
home to attend Houseparty.
Committees for the Camp Coun
selor Conference, slated for White
Hall from 6:45 p.m. to 'lO p.m. Fri
day. November 8, and from 2 to
5 p.m. Saturday, November 9, were
named yesterday by Marion E.
Sperling '42, general chairman.
Coeds appointed include: arts
and crafts, Audrey M. Dice '4l,
Josephine H. Taggart '4l, Anne M.
Borton '42, Janet L. Eyer '42, Mar
tha I. Stringer '42, Jean C. Esh '43,
Elizabeth J. Billet '43, Pauline
Keller '43, Marjorie McFarland
'43, Natalie A. Siebert '43; games,
R. Helen Gordon '42, chairman,
Gertrude H. Hecht '4l, Margaret
E. Lyons '43, Mary L. Lenker '43,
and Margaret Ramaley '44.
Publicity, Betty J. Patton '42,
chairman; refreshments, Eleanor
P. Heckman '42, chairman, Cath
erine E. Coleman '42, and Dorothy
H: Grossman '42; singing, Martha
G. Duffman '43, chairman, Jean
M. Babcock, '42. Ellen Head '43,
Marian L. Meehan '43, Jeanne E.
Ruess '43, D. J. Jennings '44, and
Anita M. Knecht '42.
'Swimming, Marjorie Culler '4l,
chairman, E. Louise Breuninger
'4l, Louise B. Clark '4l, Muriel T.
Engelke '4l, Lenore M. Heinz '4l,
Joyce Goodale '4l, Mary (M.-Green
berg '42, Sally Hershberger '44,
Priscilla McCoellan '44, Mary
Wertz '44. and Elizabeth Willey
breakfast meeting at the Anen
t crest at which the findings and
1 recommendations of various coin
mittees will be reported.
Arrangements are being made
by the housing committee, Mrs. D.
M. Lonberger, chairman: Mrs.
Harry W. Seamans. and Marion
M. Eberts '42. for all College dele
gates will stay in town.
Other committees are: Arrange
ments, Mrs. H. W. Loman, chair
man,..Mrs. George L. Leffler, Mrs.
Douglas S. Meade, Miss Elsie M.
Kresge, Miss Betty Latham, Mina
A. Smith '4l, and Marjorie B.
Strode '42; transportation; Mrs. F.
L. Bentley, chairman, and Mrs.
Robert G. Bernreuter; registration:
Mrs. John Vandervort, chairman,
and Harriet Singer '4l; finance:
Mrs. Chester D. Dahle, chairman.
Miss Margaret E. Riegel, and Nor
ma P. Stillwell '4l; publicity;
Mrs. H. Ridge Riley, chairman,
and Arita L. Hefferan '4l.
Mac Hall Women To Don
Costumes For Dinner
.Freshman women in Mac Hall
will be required to attend the
Hallowe'en dinner in costume
Prizes will be given for the
most attractive table with the
dining room itself decorated in
the usual corn stock and candle
TFM DAILY COLLEGIAN
We, The Women—
The Animals Steal
The Lion's Show
THE NITTANY LION has had
his publicity at the expense of the
forgotten animals who might well
share his rule over Nittany Val
ley. Feeling that these ignored
creatures are suffering at the paws
of the beloved lion, we shall boost
their ego by exposing them, their
habitats, and their claims for
We nominate to share thelion's
The fly, who has had an unus
ually long career of pestering this
year due to warm weather and
holes in screens.
The squirrel and chipmunk who
jump around campus and store
food for winter months in dormi
tory and sorority house eaves. The
constant chatter is at its peak at
6 a. m.
The dog who barks at each
sound of Old Main chimes.
The rat which abounds in sor
ority garrets and occasionally sits
in the halls to listen to telephone
conversations or pokes into waste
paper baskets. It may be heard
running through the walls at un
conventional hours of the night.
The silverfish whose many legs
glide across the floors. It is at its
best when feasting on the woolens
in coed's wardrobes or escaping
the many feet anxious to trod it
out of existence.
But, here's to the lion who
knows where it belongs and stays
there—a perfect gentleman.
Swim Meet Tryouts
Set For 1:30 Tonight
Tryouts for the All Coll e g e
swimming competition will be held
in White Hall at 7:30 tonight. All
women students are eligible for
competition, the only requirement
being two hours of practice.
The events will be 25 yard
dashes—freestyle* backstroke, and
breaststroke; 40 and 100 yard free
style dashes; obstacle races, and
form diving. Each entrant will per
form three compulsory and two
The pool is open for practice
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday
afternoons from 4 to 5, and every
evening except Sunday and Thurs
day from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Frazier Dorm Skating Party
The women in Frazier Street
Dormitory will hold a roller skat
ing party November 8.
LOST—Worn brown leather wal
let. Contains driver's license,
A. A. book, other cards and cash.
Reward. George Krupp. Dial 4151.
2tpd 1031 E
LOST—One 3rd part and one Ist
part trombone book. If found
leave at Student Union desk.
TUXEDO FOR SALE Single
breasted, excellent condition, rea
sonable price. Size 40. Phone 2198.
k amen s Dairy
Eight Campus Big Shots Will Vie
For 'Catch-of-the-Campus' Title
Balloting Begins Today
For Spinster Skip Winner
Eight BMOCs will flight it out
for the "Catch-of-the-Campus"
title in balloting which starts today
at the Corner Room and Student
Union desk. The winner will be
crowned at Mortar Board's Spin
ster Skip 'in White Hall from 9 p.m.
to midnight, November '9.
Voting on W. Lewis Corbin '4l,
Tribunal chairman, Roger S. Find
ley '4l, soccer manager, Robert
B. Jeffrey '42, lacross assistant
manager, William S. Kirkpatrick
'4l, swimming team captain, H.
Leonard Krouse, junior class pres
ident, Charles M. Peters '4l, foot
ball player, Robert Robinson '4l,
Daily 'Collegian advertising staff
and Tribunal, and L. Craig White
'4l, football player, - will end Sat
The top three men will vie for
the coveted title in voting next
week. Their pictures will be on
display in a Corner Room window.
Chaperones for the dance, which
will climax Sadie Hawkin's Day,
include Charlbtte E. Ray, dean of
women; Elizabeth C. Bell and
Mary J. Stevenson, assistants to
BUY YOUR - TICKETS
FOR THESPIAN'S FALL SHOW NOW
Friday Night-50c Saturday Night-75c
Tickets on sale at Student Union and Corner Room.
Tickets Sold In Blocks of 50 Upon Request.
November 1 and 2 7 P.M.
Pasteurized Milk and Cream
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1940
the dean of women; +Marie Haidt,
head of the women's physical edu
cation department; Mrs. Grace L.
Hall, Miss Jeannette Oswald, Mrs.
Gail B. Pope, Mrs. Neva M. Morris,
dormitory hostesses; and Matilda
A. Bentley, Mortar Board advisor
and assistant to the dean of wo
men, according to Edith A. Bur
rage, chairman of invitations and'
Tickets to the dance, for which
the Campus Owls will play, can
be obtained from any Mortar
Board member for one dollar per
Wool and Silk Dresses
$3.95 to $7.95
Moore's Dress Shop
124 EAST COLLEGE