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Both
Men W i l l Argue Over Radio
Against Union College
For Government
NEW UNIVERSITY
IS BEING PLANNED
All
Students And Guests
May See Coronation
In A u d i t o r i u m
those
student
fifty
College
mitted
in
by
students
ticket
only
the g y m n a s i u m
the Campus day
will
to
of
be
tbe
Page
and
alter
Both
students
hall
to
and
see
the
of
cording
Dean
to
Campus
in
Ethel
of
da;,
Athletic
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cpieeu
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of
the
tint:]
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eight
o'clock
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Faculty
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November
colan
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Ixissiuu,
eleated
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pr, p a r a l i o n .
world
del'ealii
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and
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properties,
up
Maballi,
Ripley To Address Assembly
InGolden Jubilee Celebration
'I In
ing,
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audltolll
I.
o'clock
and
the
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dances
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to
I h a d n o c a r i.-pa
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all,
Chicago,
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speakers
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reporter;'dress.-,
leader,
1. cbeei
mayo
association
pril.npal
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presi-Pde.d,
girls'
alhlelic
:be
'Iiacher-'
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class al a meet
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al
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David Sneddeii ol j JJ
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and l.ora.lo T a l l | , . , .
elected
Smith,
2nd,
DI-III. I
w i l l i o i u I ,„-, .miueiit
was
Tbacher.
-indents
C a n d l y n I a\'s j8c T o R e p a i r C a r ;
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mil.
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cheap,
I ol
allen.led
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by
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3
annual j and
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be coiiilucle.l.
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for
mailable
training
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discitssioii o l j " I he
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II,
'30,
be
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and members of
cabuiei
week
accepted
larv ; '('ather.ue
Woinei
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will
the
student
it. i n -
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Wednesday ,1
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R O S E IS P R E S I D E N T
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lor
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to ;
board
har-
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lw.
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be the
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Voting
pay
ui
was
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telepl
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will
ll,t'ober
deiil
the
adopted
eveiid
' | |,orlev
followed.
oi
will
' - " ' • '
item
Meeting For Freshmen D r
me. l i n g
ling
indent
New
control
neighboring
arrauj.. nn:.: -
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•
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A
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near
will
the
archilectural
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Liter,
men
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The
ce
week
nee.
school j dent
printed.
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lax
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and
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library
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to
b.
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w . e i . were c h a l h u g e d ,
- no prolonged! 'debate
01, any
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announced.
Mis-
and
n,
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be similar
to
w:'l
day
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M i l l aigl
a pur
year,"
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standardized,
will
special
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ever.
in-chief,
according
Regular,
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the
every
'30, editor
vear'-
pari
a gold
background
which
I
; .mi 5 -.• - ,-a I nn i tax on,
Sbuluian
campus
of
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CITY AND SCHOOL
HEADS TO GREET
M a i j o , ii
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university
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P i l l s , | i u , _ x . „ , , ; j . ( i i • .eh,-.,
the
o i ihe l a c u l l v .
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of
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expenses
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awarded
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The
Then
I compose die t h u d and l u i a l g r o u p !
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hundred
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development
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provide
meet
die ' neighborhood
a large
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to
Y,„-|,
utilize
cuntrv
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Career,"!
entering
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all
will
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of
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English | -eclioii
loan-;:,,
in
Two
Near
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a student
an
plans
will
count v,
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will
I lehus-y's
arranged
e
(iraiuger
I'nitcrl
admit
work
ilclrav
he
count ires.
course
miner-itv
Ihni , !; W'c-tchester
\\',
ill
will
the
institution.
will
is
Dr.
other
with
which
yet
it
to
students
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lI'.icl,
licl,
I group,
".Sonata
L
tl„
f'U'l annually,
them
and
and
sec
vear
M -|„,|,-,rshii.s,
not
upon,
Present
University
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k
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will
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| gradual,
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Miss
sx
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Ir-
aii-l
ol
;,
plans.
has
student-
from
university
about
various
present
from
120
of
idmitted
ffugue„g„, -
intellectual
according
annually
| S t a t e - , and
whc„!f„-
to
XO
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insti-
Abraham
the
decided
that
hotlv
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as the
scheme
already,
r o . i chosen
;,„„„,,•
PIUI.II-I
|„-i-lml,-
:
delinitely
Mcizler,
.
procur,
William
The
of
according
known
' ''•*
" ' '
to
being
Lincoln
Dean
have
admission
been
card-
night."
prelude
,
'•to
Xew
r
'
which
be k n o w n
the a- cards, mid ! class
white
now
associated.
appreciation
W h le
h r e l j map ,r.
Iwo
ill.
; n
"
is
is
university.
pathic
must
the
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Hies,
,., , , , ,
t e a m . , , „ „ „ „-,
to.l.n.
U-.Mli w i l l
he
Monday,
m
Mulini
students
' ,,,-elud.
pr.-iud. •
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tl'.
al'irmal.ve
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'
..in
!•<•
stuLin-
id an aptitude for sym-
also
tickets
M,..
will
Abraham
and
Students
must
respec-1 , „ , ' „ „ ; , , .
a n c i
II
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cm
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Monday and Tuesday
\< o
school.
thai:
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Hall
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November
lively.
i|uestion,
.,,
P
to
may
will
their
and
which
the
\ ' , , \ , n:b< r
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pay
arguments
democratic
lb.
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ol
college
li-lcnd
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will
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ol
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the music
ruling
the
sophomores because they
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Sophomore Stunt
and
E.
prin-
telephone
it
pay
hear
Thursday
will
of
their
will
Lincoln
High
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properi.e
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Albany
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to
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when
to
paid
concert
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,
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night.
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tomorrow
at
upon
men's
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WGY,
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do!
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night
principal
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rownlnarer.
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the
in
not
Thursday
(Iraiuger
o'clock.
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will
when
over
Monday
school,
Campus
tomorrow
attendants
Niagara
ap-
president
will
enter*
meets
debate
Other
begin
charge
eighth
college
known
team
Pratt,
association.
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varsity
ac-
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radio
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corporation,
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tady,
inicr-class
in
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have
by
cents
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the
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will
I.e
the
a
Page
and
and
Cruudhoi'er,
will
in
K.
activities
afternoon
I Jills
'I In-
class
Anna
events
the
M.
the
the
day
athletic
games
guests
coronation
presentation
with
their
to the a u d i t o r i u m
Light
of
tomorrow
night.
be a d m i t t e d
J.
pointed counsel to the
dancing
ball
ceremonies
Randall
ad-
who
tax
night
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S'fvTE COLLEGE NKWS. OCTOBER l W ' f e '
DR. ADNA RISLEY
TO UMPIRE FOUR
FOOTBALL GAME$\
Football Official
The Junior class stunt will be in
charge of Alice Bennett who is general chairman.
The chorus will consist of Arclitb
Down, Carol Kelley, Frances Coition,
Doris Markham, Lucia Stevens, Mildred Hall, Kathcrinc R, Norn's, and
Lthel Smith.
Other juniors in the cast include
Norma Butler, VVilhclmina Schneider,
Anne Savcrcool, Kdythe Cairns, Dor1.
othea Abrams, Ruth Parks and An" The New York trip is scheduled for nabels McConncll.
February 5, n, 7, and 8, although the
Marie Judd, '33, chairman of the
Purple and Gold's opponents have not freshman stunt for Campus Day, anyet been signed. The basketball out- nounces the following participants:
look at Stale is not so promising as Arllon Hush, Cleighton Stewart, Anformer years due to the loss of such thony Kulczycki, Benjamin Ingraham,
• tars as Kiiezyuski, lleruey, Klein, Thorley Du Rose, Roselie Karpcl,
I 'arr and Auerbach.
However, an I -ir:lv-i Chrintwnscn \\ ilhim Sun
excellent nucleus for a star aggre- deriand, Helen Cordon, Charlotte
gation remains with captain Winston, Henry, Niomi Alhriecht, Marv CooAllan, Thomson, Lyons and (Ml, all lev, lane McCaughin, and Bertha
letter men with varsity experience. Biihcl.
'I he sophomore class lias some prom-1 The cummitllees appointed are:
ising material to bolster up the val- I eo-tumes, Abhie Denneeii and Thorley
DuUn.e; properties, Frances Mcie rest ot the
Mahoii and. Alton Hu-h ; makeup,
: December I.
Dorothv lsi:m and 1 'ardvu I hiisiiauIt), - :i; and I:,:I ie. Helen t'romie.
I:.I . Teachers C
Dr. Aclna W. Rislcy, head of the |
history department and probably the
best football authority in (lie Capitol
District, is scheduled'to he an official
at some of the most important games
of the current season.
Dr. Rislcy has for many years been
officiating in various capacities at the
larger games in the cuA. In the majority of the contests that be is slated
to appear in lliis season, he will act
as umpire.
Dr. Rislcy server! as umpire at the
New York University—Vermont game
at New York city three weeks ago.
Two weeks ago be was the umpire at
the Dartmouth—llobart game at Hanover, New Hampshire.
Last week
he traveled to New York City to act
as umpire at the New York University—Fordham contest which resulted
in a startling ups< i. \ . Y. C. losing
by a -core of _'MI.
Breaking the Vafs
" I N the g i n r old game," said Dr.
KM.", "tin
differ.
rhe,
ll.e
more ear.
and
use
The State College five will play
• leven or twleve games this year, according to the schedule announced by
Frederick W. Crumb, '30, manager.
Crumb has definitely signed for eight
contests and expects to close for the
1 tliers shortly. The season will begin Friday, December (>, when State
will meet Maxwell training of Brook-
leanN .11
ol
die
VARSITY TO PLAY
STUDENTS MUST GET
ELEVEN CONTESTS
TICKETS FOR DANCING
IN COMING SEASON Continued Froiti Page 1, Column 1
fol
I
French Club To Initiate
Tonight In Lounge Room
Tb.II.. '
Today
Student Assembly. Auditorium,
Page Hall. 11:10 A. M.
French Club reception. Lt)ttngc
Room. 8:00 P. M,
Tomorrow
Campus Day. Athletic events,
Western Avenue campus, 2:30
P, M.
Coronation of queen.
Auditorium, Page Hall. 8:00 P. M.
Monday
Radio debate. State College vs.
Union College. Station W'C.Y.
10:30 P. M,
Thursday
Percy Grainger concert. Auditorium; Page Hall. 8:30 P. M
ANNOUNCES MARRIAGE
Mrs. John Green of Troy announccs the marriage of her daughter,
Ada Simmons, '30, to Percival Gear-*
iug, in Lansingburgb Sunday night.
Mary Nelson. '30, was maid of honor,
and Dr. l-'.rnest Reeves of Troy best
inai .
o4'5 Madison A v e .
College Pharmacy
DRUGS And PHARMACEUTICALS
Telephone
Hi
I'm
I n III d , '
• a I I art. „ ;iM. ( ),| u . r ( |,„;nneii a,- :• iizanne,
m'hub d Di i.anher. '311, 1 mert'iinm, m ; l-'-iber
KiOry, "iba! the change^ in the r u l e \Walh< rwax, '.ill, relre.-hiueiits; I'.-.- '
have had -,, little effect 011 the game." || K . r Sliutls, '30, invital .,n>.
|
The following game, will Me Dr . Meetings ol die French club will
Ki-lc\ acting in the capacity ol 11111 I he conducted only once a month tins',
t a r e : October I1'. I lamiiton—Amherst I _u.;,ri business and program meetings!
at Clinton, N. Y.: October Jo, Union ; alternaling. The programs will con- j
K. P. I. game at Schenectady; X o - k ^ i ,,f French entertainments audi
vember 2. Yale—Dartmouth at New rliscussimis
Haven; November 9, Syracuse—NiELECT . SONG L E A D E R
agara at Syracuse, lie will serve as
Mildred Smith, '32, was elected!
field judge ill the Dartmouth -Cor- I sophomore song leader at a meeting j
nell game at Hanover.
Dr. Rislcy j,,f t i u- sophomore class last week. 1
also experts to officiate in the Albany M,.. Smith will succeed Isabel Peaid,
High school -Albany Academy game '32, who was forced to resign because
at Albany November 11.
she had loo many extra-curricular
graves
m
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At The
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and
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\l111111r; March 11,
•• 1 ( 1 1 1
Webb luslilul. ; March S, New Pabz
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STATE COLLEGE IfEWS, OCTOBER 18, 1929
Co-op Will Se// Candy
At Room M Quarters
Short News Notes FOUR SORORITIES
Menorah Will Conduct
Freshman Dinner Sunday
TO DANCE FRIDAY
The candy department has been
Menorah society will conduct a
Kappa Delta announces tne mar
moved from the co-operative book
dinner for freshmen Sunday night
riage
of
Mary
Roe
Bull,
'25,
to
at the Kcnmore hotel, according to
store to Room M, which is to be
Smart Brand, a graduate of Harvard,
Gertrude II. Ilershberg, '30, presiknown as the Cafeteria-Co-op annex. on Saturday, October 12. Mr, andEight Of The Twelve Dances
dent.
Dr. Bernard J. Bamburger of
Mrs. Cary is in charge of the annex, Mrs. Brand will live in Bronxville,
To Be Formal, Chairmen
Temple Beth Emeth will lie the guest
which is supervised by Miss Helen T. N. Y.
Announce Today
speaker,
The committee in charge
Fay, manager of the co-op, and Miss Hop will be November 16
consists of Beatrice Samuels, '31;
Laura F. Thompson, manager of the Senior hop will be Saturday, No- State College sororities will conDorothy VVarshaw, '30; and Marion
cafeteria. The proceeds, according to vember 16, according to Alice Walsh, duel their annual fall house dances
Weinberg, '31.
Miss Thompson, will be divided be- class president. Committees will be this Friday and Saturday night. The
appointed next week, Miss Walsh antween the co-op and the cafeteria.
dances will be in the houses of each
nounced.
The vacant space in the co-op has Sorority Alumna weds
Carpenter Is Elected
sorority. The committees in charge
been converted into a reading corner,
Alpha Epsilon Phi announces the follow.
where students may come at any time marriage of Helen Blinheitner, '25, to
Head Of College House
Delta Omoen announce* Hie following
to read, according to Miss Fay.
Mr. M. Buckmonn of Denver, Colo- committees: music, Klcanor Stephenson,
College House recently elected Kendecorations, Jean Gillespy, ' 3 1 ; reroro. Mr. and Mrs. Buchmonn are MO;
neth
Carpenter, '30, president. Other
freshments, ICthel Smith, ' J l ; anil pro
VISITS SORORITY
now living in Denver.
officers include Arlton Bush, '33,
grama, Margaret bheiiitan, '32. T h e dance
will
he
Friday
evening
and
will
he
inMarion E. Sloan, '29, a member
treasurer, and Lloyd Moreland, '32,
formal.
secretary.
of Kappa Delta sorority, was enter-. Mabel Squires marries
Eta
l'hi announces the following com
taincd last week end at the Kappa
Alpha Rho sorority announces the mittcrs for its house dance, which will he
A house dance will be conducted
Delta house. Miss Sloan teaches marriage of Mabel Squires, '31, toSaturday evening and will he formal:
Friday, November 1, according to
music, U'ilhelniina .Schneider, ' 3 1 ; decoraCatherine R. Norris '30who will Carpenter.
Edgar Sullivan of New York.
English in Holland Patent.
tions, Ruth Parks, '31; refreshments, Mar- arrange Junior prom.
t lletts, '31; and faculty, Alma Dolan,
attendance
'Dependable Flowers'' Requests
Direction Warner Bros.
The student council requests that
Committees For Prom
all members of the student body go
We Telegraph Flexuen to all
to
assembly
early
today
and
occupy
Parts of the World
Will Be Named Monday
seats assigned to them.
he committees for junior prom
Alumna engaged
will be annuttneed at the next class
WEEK OF OCTOBER 18
Alpha Epsilon Phi announces the
meeting, according to Catherine R.
100%
TALKING
engagement of Edith Sanders, '23, to
ffcOWKRAHO*
MYSTERY DRAMA
Ann-is,
vice-president
of
the
class
an.I
Mr. B. Kattz, a graduate of Union1
tirnian of the prom.
college. Mr. Katz is now practicing
"The Mysterious
Steuben Street
Junior prom will he conducted the
law in Albany.
Dr.
FuMan C h u "
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I
rid
iv
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•.brii-t'-y.
Corner J a m e s
Becomes member
WiTH
I'si Gamma welcomes Annabellcihk
Phone 4-3775
WARNER OLAND
McConnell, ',51, into full membership. [
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R I T Z.
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A hockey game and obstacle races
TWO
EXTRAORDINARY ALL TALKING PROGRAMS
are among the (eatures on the campus
da) program for tomorrow, according
In F.ihcl Cruiulhofer, '.111, president of
CirK1 Athletic association, I lie ,,ih
Telephone 3-2014
I' lie r\ i Ills on campus tilt) are alwa) s ]
c Incted under the auspices of (,.
A. A. Virginia I lawkins, '.(..', is in ,
charge of the hockej name,
A. G. BLICHFELDT, Ph-G.
HESi
NAMES CHAIRMAN
\»ne Saverc.,,1, 'Jl, is chairman
"I the junior rmK niiuiintlce, N'ella
Miller, president o! die junior ( lass, I
announced today, Other member - of I
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'"'it, llmace Me>ers, ,„ u | Sylvia l
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