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$ll, Viclrol Records
'liken Over Weekend
Fears that petty thievery was
again breaking out in women's
dormitories and sorority houses
_were dispelled when only four
groups reported missing articles
F.:appa Alpha Theta could not
account for about $lO belonging to
a member and a Panhellenic dele
gate, while Grange Dormitory re
ported a purse containing $1 was
'Both Alpha Chi Omega and Wo
man's Building missed about 10
new• victrola records.
Delta Gammas held a tea for
Mrs. E. Tile Smith, national treas
urer, at their house from 5 to 5:30
Evenings Only 6:30, 8:30
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THURSDAY - FRIDAY
agner Urges Adherence To IFC Code
We, The Women—
Our Penn State
CONVERSATIONS among visit
ing Greeks last weekend confirmed
what we had supposed—that most
southern colleges have an honor
system of student government.
In such institutions the coeds
report their own offenses and are
requested to report the rule viola
tions of others. They say it works.
Numerous times in the past our
own student government has con
sidered the adoption of the honer
system for Penn State and has
thrown it aside as impractible for
such a large - student body. We
agree with them.
But, portions of an honor system
have always been in effect here.
Student governments can make
rules; however, those codes are
not expected to cover everything.
A rule can be set down but from
there on it is up to the women to
see that it is enforced.
Anyone can find loopholes in
any rule—if she cares to. That is
where the honor- system steps in.
Knowing the spirit behind the rule
and sticking to it is our honor sys 7
First Medical Talk
Set For Tonight
"Pneumonia and the Common
Cold," first of five lectures on pre
ventive medicine sponsored by 16
College and town organizations
will be given by Dr. Paul Havens
of Jefferson Medical College in
Schwab Auditorium at 8 p.m. to
Discussion of pneumonia as the
third leading cause of death in the
United States, recent developments
in syrum and treatment, and time
of life it strikes most frequently
will be given.
That 75 per cent of the popula
tion have more then two colds an
nually and that employees lose
on the averaged of one to . eight
days per year because of colds, and
other facts related to common
colds will be discussed.,
Other talks scheduled for the
year include "Tuberculosis" on
December 4, "Child Health" in
January, "Social Diseases" in Feb
ruary, and ''Opportunities for Wo
men in Medicine in Allied Fields"
Cooperating College groups are
the College Health Service, School
of Physical Education; All-College
Cabinet, pre-medical group, lota
Sigma Pi, WSGA, WSGA Junior
Service Board, and Mortar Board;
town groups are County Medical
Society, AAUW, PTA, Penn State
alumnae, American Legion, Am
erican Legion Auxiliary, Kiwanis,
and State College Women's Club.
Delta Gammas will be entertain
ed with a dinner at .the Theta Xi
house at 6 p.m. today.
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Shows at 1:30, 3:00. 6:30. 8:30
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
To Try Violations
"Cooperation of organizations
interested in upholding the IFC
dating code and reports of viola
tions to the Council will be ap
preciated by IFC," declared H. Ed
ward Wagner '4l, IFC president,
who spoke before WSGA Senate
"Only through cooperation and
effort on the part of all concerned
can the Council see that the.entire
code is carried out," he continued:
Wagner stated that infractions
will be referred to a three-man
board which will hear the case and
penalize offenders or the house,
but added that no violations of the
code have as yet been reported.
Imports are required to observe
the same hours as women students
when visiting men's fraternity
houses as provided in the IFC dat
ing code, according to Wagner. •
The possibility of providing fa
cilities for checking wraps during'
dances ; particularly over big
weekends, to do away with thefts,
was discussed and will be pre
sented to fraternity representa
tives at the next meeting of IFC.
It was stressed that chaperons
are intended to stay until the end
of the social function and until
all women have left the houses.
thristthas Drive Set -
For December 9 To 13
WSGA Senate set the annual
Christmas Drive for December 9
to 13 at its meeting last night.
Junior Service Board, House of
Representatives, and Freshman
Council will solicit funds from all
women students which will go to
the American Women's Hospital,
Mifflin County Children's Aid
Society, and the Student Emerg
ency Loan Fund. •
- CAMPUS CALENDAR
Alpha Phi Omega, 318 Old Main,
10 p. m.
Coffee Round Table Hour at the
Hillel Foundation, 4 p. m.
LA faculty meeting, 4:10 p.m.,
Room 121 LA.
Wednesday Readings at 4:15 p.
in. in Room 402 cf the Library.
Freshman Independent party
meeting in 405 Old Main, 7 p. m.
Dr. J. J. Willampn will address
meeting of Central Pennsylvania
Section of ASC in Room 119 New
Physics building, 7:30 p. m.
Druid meeting •at 7:30 in 412
Dr. Paul Haven.; speaks •on
"Pneumonia and the Common
Cold" in Schwab Auditorium, 8
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ceding publication. Only the essential
farts, destination, time of departure,
and name of student will be used.
Code: R.W.—Ride wanted.
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Sororities Will Hold
Open House Tomorrow
Sororities will hold their third
open house from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
tomorrow as f reshmen and
transfers continue to make the
"We would appreciate more
freshmen turning out for open
houses," said Panhellenic Rush
ing Chairman Jean Krauser '42;
last night, "since after all they
are for their benefit, and only in
this way can new students be
come acquainted with sorority
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