The daily collegian. (University Park, Pa.) 1940-current, November 19, 1940, Image 4

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We, The Women—
Students Belittle
Faculty Relations
Much time is spent on the part
of students in planning faculty re
lations. However, in most in
stances, plans are the culmination
of all efforts.
Faculty relations, "undeniably,
are an essential part of our college
educations, and how much we
make of them is up to us. It is all
very well to invite faculty mem
bers to chaperon our dances, at
tend teas and coffee hours, come
to dinner and speak at meetings.
our part as hosts and hostesses
does not end there.
We have invited them; they are
Our guests. And it is our responsi
bility to show them every cour
te:3y we would in our own homes.
Many times we forget they have
sacrificed an afternoon or an eve
ning of their scarce time to accept
our invitations.
Likewise, we forget that every
year they meet new students,
thousands of them. The task of re
membering these newcomers is a
tremendous one, and one the fac
ulty does not have to undertake.
On the other hand. Penn State
students have often been compli
mented on their hospitality toward
visitors to the campus. Many let
ters of praise as well as spoken
recognition of this spirit have
reached authorities.
This is a trinute to our students
and one we can afford to be proud
of. It has been said that every
student makes a special effort to
make visitors feel at home.
Why can't this same attitude be
prevalent toward our own faculty
members? In some case, no doubt,
it is, but in the majority are those
instances when the faculty feels
this business of getting better ac
quainted with students is hope
less. —J.C.S.
tarvesit lel .Chairmen
liimnourited By Corbin
Committee chairmen for Harvest
Ball, the annual dance sponsored
by the Ag school student council,
were announced yesterday by W.
Lewis Corbin '4l, chairman of the
Chairman in charge of the
grounds and building, John L.
Gray '4l; advertising, George A.
Hay '4l; tickets, Irving Atlas '4l;
chaperones and queen coronation,
Edward E. Lewis '4l; cleanup, C.
Walter York '42; checking, R.
Bruce Hopkins '4l.
The dance will be held in the
Armory on December 6. All Ag
School faculty members are in
The advertising committee will
visit Mac and Ath Halls within the
next few days to obtain nomina
tions for the Harvest Ball Queen.
who will be selected by student
Eugene H. Lederer
).14 E. Beaver Ave. Dial 4066
December (6
Fir ii ~~n
Hillel, PSCA Plan Joint
Thanksgiving Service
A joint committee of Hillel
Foundation and PSCA met with
Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn Sunday
to plan for a joint Thankgiving
service of Hillel Foundation and
PSCA. The service will be based
on thankfulness for various cul
tures and races in America today.
Mernbers of the committee are
Martin A. Hoffman '4l and Doris
E. Ives '42, co-chairmen; Harold
J. Berger '42, John E. Paulhamus
'43, Dorothy K. Brunner '44. Mil
dred G. Feeser '44. and Ann Shef
field '44.-
Mpha Lambda Delta Has
Free Tutoring System
Continuing a practice which has
been in effect for several years,
Alpha Lambda Delta, sophomore
women's scholastic honorary, will
offer free tutoring to any fresh
man woman interested.
Hazel E. Gassman '43, president,
has been giving talks to various
freshman groups on the merits of
the system. Coeds interested
should contact Elizabeth C. Bell,
assistant to the dean of women,
Miss Gasiman, or any of the dor
mitory hostesses.
Omicron Nu Pledges
Omicron Nu. home economics
honorary, pledged Eleanore M.
Boyer '4l, Bertha M. Douthett '4l,
Rhea J. Hower '4l, Jane R. Keith
'4O, and Regina M. Wingaris '4l
last Friday. Initiation is tenta
tively planned for Saturday, No
vember 30.
RWWES Wanted and
. Offered
Insertions for this column cost. 10
cents and must be received at the Col
legian Office by 3 p. m. the day pre
ceding publication. Only the essential
facts, destination. time of departure.
and name of student will be used. '
P.W.—Passenger wantrl
R.W.—N.Y.C. or Conn., L—Nov.
27 after 10 a.m. C—Ogden room
237, 5051.
P.W.—Pgh. L—Friday. 5 p.m. C
—Si 4119.
L—Nov. 27, 1 p.m.
Fet. after Dec. 1, C—Dick 480.
Lehigh Valley, Thanks
giving. C—Pittenger 2661.
R.W.-2, Erie, Thanksgiving. C
—Steva 2030.
L—Nov. 23, C
Doty 881.
R.W.—N.Y.C.. Thanksgiving. C
—Kampe 3337.
R.W.—Phila., Thanksgiving, C
Wytock 3337.
Nov?' 22 after 11
a.m., C—Elaine 4362.
R.W.—Utica, N Y., Thanksgiv
ing, C—Lukoff 3218.
R.W.—Phila., Thanksgiving,
Jaffe, Rm. 226, 5051.
R. W. Aliquippa or Pgh.,
Thanksgiving, C—Etters 4852.
'Watch for Announcements About Harvest Ball Queen Selection.'
tl E Honorary Plans Tea
All home economics students
and faculty members are invited
to a tea planned by the Ellen H.
Richards Club, home economics
honorary, in the entrance hall of
the Home Economics Building,
from 4 to 5 p. m. Thursday, No
vember 21. Marion M. Eberts '42
and Jane M. Roush '42 are in
charge of arrangements.
Smokers like yourself find
Copyright 1940.
dace= & Muas Touicco Co.
very refreshing with their
Vitamin 111 Exhibit Set .
Foods showing approximately
one-tenth of a day's requirement
of Vitamin B 1 will be exhibited in
Room 209, Home Economics Build
ing, from 8 to noon today by the
junior class in nutrition under the
direction of Miss Emma W. Gard
ner, instructor in home economics.
Price $l.OO (checking intiudektlo2
Talent-Night Plannit.::!
Talent night will be . featured'at
the Home Economics Club meet.
ing in Grange playroom at Tp.
tomorrow. The-- entertainment
committee is planning games-mut.
musical selections for the Part!)
from among Home Economics stu . l,is
dents. Any talent participatiO*
from the audience will be welconV ,
ed and all Home Economics Mb.'
members are invited.
413. every-
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