Your daughters best bet is to find another place to live. The landlord is giving her a break by not evicting her on the noise complaints. The landlord is proving hard to get along with, and the best thing to do in these situations is most likely to find another place. An eviction is an eviction, when it gets through the court. She doesn't need an eviction on the record, because most landlords will not rent to anyone that has a past eviction in the last ten years. I don't rent to anyone that has an eviction on their record.
UPDATE: The landlord has decided to give them another chance with a laundry list of conditions including how may times they may have company and what time they have to leave. While I agree they are responsible for their actions, the restrictiveness of this landlord has been concerning from the beginning (however they signed the lease). Everything from candles being prohibited to how long the ceiling fan in the bathroom needs to be run after a shower. In PA the landlord has the right to enter property with no notice which she has done on several occassions. Since moving in 30 days is less than ideal, they are going to comply with the rules (providing that is even possible). Thanks for the input.