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VOL.
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STATU GOLI.KIIK FOR TBACHEKS, ALBANY, JN". Y. FKIDAY, OcTonrcu. 25 11)2!)
STATE ORCHESTRA
MAY BE FORMED
CLASSES TO END
1:30 O'CLOCK FOR
DISTRICT MEETING
Proposition Obtains
Consent
Of Music Council A n d
Or. C a n d l y n
o'clock today t o a l l o w students t o a t -
82.25 Per Y e a r , .12 Weekly Issues
"TSETI POSTPOW
SORORITY'S DANCE
T h e r e w i l l be n o classes a f t e r 1:30
tend the m e e t i n g o f t h e Eastern
trict
o f die
N e w York
All
DisState
T e a c h e r s ' association, President A . R,
A student o r c h e s t r a m a y be o r g a n i zed at S t a t e college this y e a r i f l i r u h a c h t r a n n o u n c e d t o d a y .
enough people w h o p l a y i n s t r u m e n t s Students e n r o l l e d i n E n g l i s h I A w i l
w i l l sign u p n i l d i e notice w h i c h has
r e p o r t at 1 :30 o ' c l o c k this a f t e r n o u i
been posted o n t h e m a i n
bulletin
b o a r d , a c c o r d i n g t o F r i e d a S c h a d - in r o o m 250 o f D r a p e r ball f o r i
r i n s k y , '30, w h o is s p o n s o r i n g t h e special test, he - a i d . Students in Enm o \ ement.
g l i s h I B classes w i l l g o to l b
M u s i c council has consented t o t h e t o r i t n n o f Page h a l l f o r a special test
f o r m a t i o n o f the new g r o u p accordM i s s H e l e n T . P h i l l i p s , assistant p m
i n g i n E s t h e r W a t e r - , '30, a m e m b e r
o f the c o u n c i l .
D r . T . F r e d e r i c k I I . fessor o f E n g l i s h , is i n charge
C a n d l y n , i n s t r u c t o r i n music has also
g i v e n h i - consent, Miss S c h a d r i n s k y
Because o f t h e death o f D r . L e o n a r d W o o d s R i c h a r d s o n , f o r m e r head
of the L a t i n d e p a r t m e n t , Delta O m e g a
w i l l postpone i t s f a l l house dance
u n t i l F r i d a y n i g h t , N o v e m b e r 15. D r .
R i c h a r d s o n w a s a sponsor o f the D e l t a
O m e g a s o r o r i t y . O t h e r s o r o r i t i e s will
conduct t h e i r house dances as p l a n n e d ,
among tnose panning to attend the
Delta U ncm house dance ami tlielr guests
are: Arnilh Downe, M l , and Donald Wolfe
,f Kcnsseiaer Polytechnic Institute, Marion,a Slieiinnii,
.12, and Robert Keegan
of I'm.in College; Dorothy Ahrams, M l ,
anil Spencer I'eei- ,.i (.ileal Neck, L I . ;
Je;
illcspy, M l , and Horace Myers, M l ,
..i State; Kulli Ishervvood, M2, and Herbert
Fingur
of Rensselaer
Polytechnic
Institute; l-.nzahelh la.hsun, .1.', ,,ml lames
I'trsonius " I t'nimi V nllcgc; and Magdalene I n n . I>, M2, mid Ted Macowane of
I i.mil I ..liege.
la;.
Phi .Mil eon.luet iis house dance
Saiui.la) nifcht.
' I I . .-.• plan
g to attend
..II,I t h u i giu-stH are: .Nina Andrews, M0,
and Kimu'll
Smiih of Kcnssclacr
I'oly
lei Imie
l i i - i i i i i i . ; Klla
Mvcis, MJ, and
J.u-k Wilde of Albany Law' School; Kalliiyu llelkiia|i, MJ. and Hamilton Henderson
of I i inn I ollegc; lleleiu- .Smith, M l , and
.\<:-,.
l(iiu;«.,nd of Rensselaer Polytcchmi I • ut. . I I . I. n Meade, MJ
1 Fred-
examinations.
Two
sections
o f t h e meeting ar
b e i n g conducted at Stan- college to
A n o r c h e s t r a was o r g a n i z e d
last
Miss E l i z a b e t h !•'. Shaver, su
y e a r under the leadership o f D o n a l d day.
(Jrey
ex ' 3 2
which
was t o have p e r v i s n r o f h i s t o r y
in Miln
played at t h e p e r f o r m a n c e o f t h e.chool, is e h a i r i n ;
f the - o r a l stuTroubadours. However, Troubadours
dies g r o u p , w h i c h is m e e t i r g in roi in
g a v e no p e r f o r m a n c e Inst lear, a n d
:H o f R i c h a r d s h a l l . T h e matin-mane
the orchestra was disbanded.
A n u n ' s dance orchestra has a l -section is m e e t i n g i n r o o m 2(1 u i
ready
been
organized
at C o l l e g e
House, but this g r o u p has not made
any public appearances yet. A n o t h e r
orchestra, f o r "purely
professional
purposes," is also in process o f o r g a n i z a t i o n , a c c o r d i n g to an a n n o u n c e ment posted o n t h e b u l l e t i n b o a r d o i
the men's locker r o o m .
Richards
hall,
VARSITY QUINTET
TO START 1929-30
PRACTICE MONDAY
The
Stale
College
basketball
Sororities Will
Dance
Tonight And Tomorrow
but Delta Omega
en. I
i . o p , of ( ...mil
University; Mar-
.',
Ileus,
-el en undv;
M l , and Wal.ace Kstt-s of
l i . n u i , Davis, MJ, and Jack
Schenectady.
..<• Seward, .11, and Arthur llersh
my; Dorothy Kasmussen, M l , and
v..ui.e ol Wrighlcr College; Milivmgston, '.12, and Uiehard Vollz
-s.l.i.i
Polytechnic Institute; Alula
Mil,
amI
Wilson
Underwood of
lion; Hazel (.oodelle, Mil, ami ( harles
•vin of William and .Mary College.
vlarjoiie Fowicr, M l , and Kenneth Horn
•if 1'i.ii.n 1 ollegc; Dorothy Hall, '.!.', and
( anipi.eil, '29, of I'oultney, Vl., Sara
ley,
-J, and 1'aul i.ala,her of SyraL'nivcisilj ; Amiis Kellogg, M2, and
•i
I I . nilui (larksuii
Institute of
nology.
team
w i l l '-tart its r e g u l a r practice f o r the
STATE DEBATERS
1"2° 30 season, M o n d a y night in the
WIN FROM UNION g y m n a s i u m o f Page H a l l , according
announcement o f Coach RutherBY SCORE OF 2-1 lof o r an
d R, B a k e r .
T h e nucleus f o r t h e P u r p
A r g u i n g that the A m e r i c a n g o v e r n ment is m o r e d e m o c r a t i c t h a n t h e C o l d a g g r e g a t i o n consists o f the f o l l o w i n g letter men : R i c h a r d W i n s t o n ,
British
government
because o f
a
captain,
Leo Allan,
Edward
f a i r e r system o f r e p r e s e n t a t i o n a n d '30,
Psi Gamma Dances Saturday
because o f s t r i c t e r g o v e r n m e n t a l r e - T h o m s o n , s e n i o r s ; F r a n k " I t and
I'si (ianinia will have its house dance
E i g h t men
s p o n s i b i l i t y , t h e men's v a r s i t y debate C h a r l e s L y o n s , j u n i o r s .
Saturday night
Among lho.se attending
team w o n a t w o t o one decision o v e r w h o played o n t h e f r e s h m a n team
and their guests are: Annabel McConuell,
E t h e l M . G r u n d h o f e r , ' 3 0 , c r o w n e d c a m p u s q u e e n S a t u r d a y , w h o Ml, and Hermit Vruinan of Albany) Emma
U n i o n college i n a debate b r o a d - last y e a r w i l l t r y o u t f o r t h e varsity.
Ackley, M0, and Laurence Ackley of St.
is n o w " m u c h t o o b u s y t o t h i n k o f h o y s . "
casted o v e r t h e r a d i o M o n d a y n i g h t T h e y a r e : E l l i s K o l o d n y , captain,
Lauicncc University; Dorothy Death, MD,
f r o m W G Y s t a t i o n at Schenectady. h a r l e s K i s s a m , V i n c e n t l.avigne, Roband Alan Ilrown of Massachusetts Institute
G o o d r i c h , Galen
P l u m b , John
ol Technology;
Alice Bennett, M l , and
S t a t e college w a s represented by ert
Nelson Parke of Union; .Mildred Contain,
( i e o r g e P. R i c e , ' 3 2 , first s p e a k e r ; T o d d , R a y C o l l i n s , a n d Jack Sarol'f.
M0, and William Kothnilch of Union.
T
h
e
team
w
i
l
l
have
about
a
month's
L a w r e n c e C. N e w c o m h , ' 3 1 , second
Cornelia \ an Klccck, M0, and (ieorge
J . Wolncr,
t h i r d practice b e f o r e t h e o p e n i n g game of
speaker;
Louis
S. Hastings of Troy; Dorothy Mullins, MO,
of Delmar;
Doris
and Uiehard Cordon
Training
speaker
and c a p t a i n .
K e n n e t h E . the season w i t h M a x w e l l
Wilcox, M0, and Clarence Nephew, ex '2(1,
M i l l e r , '32, w a s a l t e r n a t e .
W o l n e r school of B r o o k l y n , F r i d a y , Decem" I ' m much too busy to t h i n k o f b o y s , " Ethel M . G r u n d h o f e r , w h o wasof Slate; Hetty Wilson, M0, and Maxwell
d e l i v e r e d the r e b u t t a l speech f o r t h e ber 6.
Dewey of Union; Maiguerilc Wilson, M2,
c r o w n e d campus queen S a t u r d a y n i g h t , t o l d a N ' K W S r e p o r t e r t o d a y .
" S o m e and Robert Dullard of Union; and Lucia
affirmative.
day there w i l l be someone, hut u n t i l then I ' m not bothered.'
Stephens, M l , and Josef Snyder of CortT h e U n i o n t e a m was composed o f
Miss
Grundhofer
was c r o w n e d
A
f
t
e
r
the
c
o
r
n
a
t
i
o
n
t
h
e
queen
and land.
A r t h u r M c C o r m i c k , '3U, first s p e a k e r ;
Chi Sigma Tliela house dunce will he
Queen
E
t
h
e
l
I
I
by
V
i
o
l
e
t
P
u
t
n
a
m
,
her
court
look
t
h
e
i
r
places
on
OnFriday night.
Those attending and their
Roscoe W i l l i a m s , '30, second s p e a k e r ;
f r e s h m a n attendant.
T h e i d e n t i t y o f stage to witness stunts presented by guests arc: Frances (onion, M l , and
M i l t o n I.if set, '32, t h i r d speaker. M c Thomas Mcliovvaii of Albany i Constance
A rest o r r e c o v e r y r o o m ;U r o o m the ipieen was u n k n o w n u n t i l she a p - the classes.
C o r m i c k d e l i v e r e d t h e negative r e de (Juzinan, ' • " . a"' 1 Darofd Kvans of
Albany; Jane
l-'ormanek,
'JO, and Julia
b u t t a l speech.
P r o f e s s o r L e o n ( j o d - Ib3 in H u s i e d hall is n o w available, peared in llie a u d i t o r i u m o f Page b a l l
T h e queens w i n , have prccecdcd Narnnle of Albany Law School; Agatha
shall coached t h e U n i o n t e a m . D r . a c c o r d i n g to D r . C . C a r o l i n e Croasat 8 : 0 0 o'clock S a t u r d a y n i g h t . C a n - Queen Ethel I I a r e , E t h e l L u s k , ' 2 3 ; Kicster, M2, and Kdward Coyne of Stale;
T h e room
H a r o l d W . T h o m p s o n , p r o f e s s o r o f dale, college p h y s i c i a n ,
E d n a S h a f e r , '2-1; M i l d r e d H a m m e r - liiilalin Denipscy, MO, and John Sivak of
E n g l i s h , was a d v i s e r t o t h e v a r s i t y , w i l l accommodate t h r e e students at ad i d a t e , f o r queen were kept in seclu- sly, 2 5 ; M u r i e l W e n z e l , ' 2 6 ; E u d o r a Albany College of Pharmacy.
time.
I t is intended f o r the use o f sion u n t i l the queen made her appear- l . a m p m a n , '27; R u t h L a n e , '28, and Anne .Moore, MO. and Daniel Fling of
Albany College of Pharmacy; Anne Saverthose w h o a r e i l l or e x t r e m e l y f a e,.ol, Ml, and Albert Heaeh of Keiisselacr
M i l d r e d M . I.ausley, 20.
Polytechnic
Institute; Doris Duller, M l ,
tigued.
It is not l o be used f o r con"1 was a w f u l l y surprised when I
Miss I.ausley was the first queen t o and fcremiali Kane of Union College;
versation
purposes,
D r . Croasdale
was elected q u e e n , " M i s s G r u n d h o f e r have the regal name o f a predecessor. Mary Dyer, Ml), and John Lynch of
annotinct d.
.Mi.ldlebuiy College; Catherine llrodciick,
A l m o s t ?5000 bad been collected by
She was called Queen M i l d r e d I I Ml. and (ieorge Hodgson of Uenssdaer
D r . Croasdale has asked f o r the- a d . " a n d though I feel honored, I ' l l
the student b o a r d o f finance i n payM i s s G r u n d h o f e r , being the .second Polyiechnie Insliuile; Clara Lyons, M l ,
co o p e r a t i o n o f a l l w o m e n students be g l a d w h e n i t ' s over.
I feel rather
ment o f t h e student t a x f r o m m e m queen to hear die name o f E t h e l , be- and l o i i i k Helium of Kemseiaer I'oly
-ill.v when thev tell me b o w I looked comes Queen Ethel I I i n d i e records i,.In,,. Inslitule; Helen Uohel, '.12, and
bers o f the senior a n d j u n i o r class in keeping Ibe r n in order.
Thomas Mabar of New Vork University.
at t h e close o f collections T u e s d a y
Saturday night."
| o f Slat'e College's c i - o w n - h o l d e r s ,
Leah
Doo.au. '.12, and John No.nian
afternoon.
"I b l
of Rensselaer Polytechnic Inslitule; Sara
w i n i m i n g and b a s k e t b a l l ,
T|K. jullll)|. s U m , wils
a , | j , „ j K l ( | ||U.
1
lev,
.11, and W a l l . ,
Lyons of Albany;
A p p r o x i m a t e l y §211-1 a n d §22H2 h a s
lust,"
-he answered
when
asked besi o f t h e four p i
filled.
I I was a vh..
Fasoldl, M l , and Paul lleh"nni of
been collected f r o m -l.i percent o f the I
w i n c h sporl - b e p r e f e r r e d .
"Maybe
lliedv
under t h e ' T r o y ; Mai|.arel Mulligan, M l , and Franm i n i a t u r e musical
senior class a n d 51) percent o f the I
it I d i d n ' t l i k e - p o r t s so w e l l , I w o u l d
i f A l i c e Bennett. T h e sop- , . - n ' R a l l . i l y of Mbuny College of Pilardirecti
ma. i . Klva Nealoii, '.12, and Harry Lord
j u n i o r class r e s p e c t i v e l y , a c c o r d i n g t o
- m o k e , n i i | d r i n k , I ail I can't reconcile
ohiHore s l u m , in charge o f M i l d r e d ol Rcn-selaei Polyleeluiic Insliluie; Alice
W a r r e n C o c h r a n e , '31/, senior m e m b e r ]
llle t w o . ' '
Ciblin, '.12, and Kobeii Dmiford of Union;
S m i t h , was a w a r d e d second place.
Ibe
pi.iv
b
e
f
o
r
e
j
u
d
g
i
n
g
i
t
,
"
o f the student board o f
finance.
"•
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M i - - G r u n d h o f e r i- p n - i d n i i o i i b e
Maigaiei
lliekev,
M l , and Cbe-iei go• . * ' • • . , , l , u ; r ; , r ! i , .. M ! , l l ' " ' / \\WrW A t h l e t i c association and a meuiland ,.l R . n - i i . i , .
Poljtecbuie
In,mute
T h i s year d i e Imard i d finance is M i .
1
I in .1 Sinn,,n, Ml
,1 lamea
Mai
y
planum).', I n adopt
a n e w |lo|icv , | I"' ' I
l:-"Khsh. I " l ' l l l . " ' | , - " K | 1 - ' . 1 b e r u i Mv.skauia, -,.„,',„ I or society.
I ocbrane staled.
A l l student-, w h o l e a d
" ' " " ' " ' | M i e is
be art stall " l t i n Pedagie
111 S w
have n o | paal the SI I l a x In t h e
Gamma Kappa Phi GuestB
' ' cue. .,nd belong- i n I n It., ( imega sor
o | llle period set aside | I > I lav
inui.a Kappa I'll, w ill , omlu, i II-.
,
I v . M i l d r e d M I an lev, r a i n p t i lit, Tin
lection w i l l be p e r s n n a l h i n t e r n .
I " " I 1 '' i n . . . . I.i-l veai, w a - .d u a member
Kap, -, I ' l l , K a p p a , n a n ,
I edili
II
ui,
Ih.-.,' guei.li
In member- .,! ibe board ' I fill;
I' l " ' l i :
,,i D. ha l I n n - , i
I, ,.,,1,1 KuIII! I
ll - '"'I "
..III
which w i l l .idopi ., t h o r n i i u h , I
Mi,I
R Hli I he In - ' 3 1 , i n d \ i i u e \ i ,
a-ing their I n t l . '.L', ai l i d a- | i
I", and
Man
Walker
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ochl.llll
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v • h in.
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Athletics Are Her Chief Interests;
New Ruler Does Not Smoke or Drink
Recovery Room Is Now
Available For Students
Finance Board Collects
Almost $5000 Of Tax
"SEE PLAY BEFORE
JUDGING IT/' SAYS
STATE PROFESSOR
Kappa Phi Kappa Dinner
Will Be Tuesday Night
Students 7* Elect Pedagogue
"Mod t" In Assembly Today
II..
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me
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l i s" l l l o s l
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Will M.I,dllCl
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lay
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in III
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Kennedy,
a--i-t.uil
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\innd,oiis
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g a l l e i v, l i e v
jl 1 I'llilt H' 111
1 ' re
l ha
will v • U l o r t lie
M i l inns
n i o - t b e . m l 1111 w o n
l
,,,J|
I:n<
pupil!
vv o 1 n;n w h o d i d m o s t ' l o i
Slate m i l e , , ', m a n vv bo d i d si
lor i le I i l i e g e , C o l l e g e g i i n d ,
lllosl
dug,
a n d Pollya
I.
Only s e l l i o l s a n - e l i g i b l e .
ol
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ill,,.
were, | ) .
liubee, ,
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Iv'lllll P.I
11
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pi,I
Abbv Dn
arlUl
I' H U M er.
hllH-ell
should
be
ill,
p a r a m o u n t C o i i s i d c r a i i o i i i n d i e j11,1;•
men!
o l a play,' I ' l o l e s
• I "titi.jii
said,
" N o one can expect to j u d g i
a p h i ) w i l h o i i i seeing i | eiiacled upon
Ibe stage," -be aildeil
I'e,, lessor
I'lillerer
recently ad
dre.-srd i h , W o m a n ' - c l u b o l A l b a n y
on t h e same subject.
II llormr,
,
'
lib
ll.l,
b i n , Ini. m,
,oi,l \ iolel
Miss Futterer ',"''',,
" Ibe
•n„
de lieu.,
io, Mil, ami
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Km.II, I ' .
K.nbel llal
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'.
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,
,
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,
MJ,
mid | . , | .
e ibe hampii i
| he spe
" > • I- I' I . Ma, June Lougmilir,
I .Ml been ,,i line, . I.
Wane,
I I ...I
Rent.,,
R P. I.; \ v U l
•"
I J '"'I (ireg.ii)', New Vork
ehraue, Ml), w i l l be gen il chair
I) • "
ib) I I . ,
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I • Reva
lllsll
ii o l the b a l l i p n l , l l t i r k
lep,„|,,l
Rieliaol, MJ,
a
.'-',
and
I
u.leii,
k
Uiehard, K.
l i t U r n men were i n i t i a l e d into l b
I' I
11,ilelll.lv,
last
week,
,,Cl ,H d l l l g
I'
Flames Cornell, MJ, and James MeHelen Ha,noes, M l . ami
I oi I n a n e , ell.ill in.ill o f i a i l l . i l ion. ' I ' l l ' i,nil, i . U
lai!
Jeiiiiinga, Mbeiieelailr, lima Howe,
new llli'lllbers follow : A l b e r t R i t c h i e
in, and Chail.-s S.ibeii, T i o y , Klsie DiliK i m a t h C a r p e n t e r , l.eo A l l a n , Ka.v
I
Allison
W'eiheiell, Hales
n 11,lake, MJ, ami Waller
in.ai.l C o l l i n - , l o l g a r L e w i s , L l l g e n e | '','",
Wallace. Sib.neelady.
I'olloclv, and \ ' i i ' n n i h'e-ia, seiliuf
Hem /ela will conduct i i - li„ii.se daneu
bl. Those a l l . II,ling and llieii'
Royal K n o x , H a r r y
M c M a m i , W i l l - 1 jfUHli are: -Margaret VVaU-worili. Mo . a m i
II n l . u „ I
Will;
ATTENDANT WILL ACT
Florence F r i e d m a n , 'M llie bl
hophoinoie a l l e i i d a n i to i b e i , u n p i n
i|iieeii last S a t u r d a y , w i l l lake pari
in the t h i r d pki.v . a the ailv
ilr i i n a l i r - class in x | Tuesday. < h h e r
r h a r a c t e i i are Rohei t R a n k i n , '.)„', and
W i l b e l n i n i a .Schneider, ' 3 1 , T h e play
i- d i r e c t e d by M a r y Goodelle, '31
Russell l.udliim, Lawrence S'eweuiiib,
iHIII Sawyer,
Driseoll,
and
iol'S,
Arthur
Arnold
Jones, Waller
topping, jllll-
leebnie
'
\H:l^T:n:!^i:l'l:f^^K^:t"i^X
Instilule; Maiion Ddl.inbeeli, M l ,
Hoin
i.l on
page
.1, column 4)
8TATE COLLEGE NEWS. OCTOBER 25, t»29
weather. When students exhaust themselves in commenting upon the weather, it is said that they turn to
their last resort in pointing out that the meteorologist
Established in 1916 by the Class of 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
is the greatest liar the world has ever known. T h e
State College for Teachers
lounge supplies, more than a n y course in the curriculum,
Sophomore soiree will be March 14,
T H E NEWS BOARD
the opportunity to develop the a r t of conversation, but
according to Dorothy Hall, '32, genEditor in Chief it can never be tried if students insist upon studying.
Louis J. WOLNER
eral chairman. The soiree was con54 West Street, Dial 6-3595-R
Q u e s t i o n — D o y o u a p p r o v e of ducted March 8 last year.
MARGARET H E N N I N C E
Advertising
Manager The hookworms ought to give the students a chance.
hazing as it is practiced a t State
Miss Hall has appointed the fol781 Park Avenue, Dial G-23S2-J
college?
J A N E J. FORMANEK
Finance
Manager
lowing committees for soiree: favors,
Chi Sigma Theta House, 302 Quail Street, Dial 6-6255
Evelyn Pitts, chairman, Leah D o r J a n e F o r m a n e k , '30: I approve of gan and Mildred Smith; arrangeThe administration building is beginning to look like
ALFRED D . B A S C H
Managing
Editor
a countryside dotted with bill board signs. There was it for girls. It spurs on Inter-class ments. Eleanor Gage, chairman, Mag811 Madison Avenue, Dial 6-2004-J
DOROTHY BRIMMER
Associate Managing
Editor a time when students used to post notices; now they rivalry a n d makes it more interest- delaine French and Anne Nesbitt;
7 Sard Road, Dial 4-0095
jumble them. Students used to be able to read signs on ing.
However, I disapprove of it music, Kathryn Belknap, chairman,
MARGARET J. STEELE
^ . . .Feature
Editor the bulletin boards; now they have to turn through two
when it is carried to the extreme of Marguerite Nortbrup and Frances
224 Jay Street, Dial 6-6484
notices successfully stuck on one thumbtack, which is lighting,
Simons; decorations, Selma Sims,
usually appropriated from another notice.
chairman, Charlotte Anderson, Julia
Winslow, Jewel Johnson, juniors. DESK EDITORS: Nelta Miller,
The bulletin board is a patchword of notices, almost
B e r n a r d Kerbel, ' 3 3 : I approve of Fister. Ruth Diamond, Francis H a r Ml, George 1*. Rice, M2. Ji'NUU ASSOCIATK KDITOHS: Catherine
llroderiek, Mildred Hall, Martha Nord, juniors.
R B P O R T M S ! impossible for students to understand.
It was with it as long as it doesn't interfere wood, Andrew llirtz and Audrey SulGladys Hales, Gertrude Ilersehheijt, MO; Margaret Cusslcr, Jean some difficulty that a junior convinced his classmate
with school work. As soon as it livan.
that the invitation to refreshments had not been made becomes detriment to school work,
Faculty, Elva Xcalon, chairman,
jire/ee, i-velyn l i t i s , samuei uransKy, nessie j.evmc, KOIICII by the registrar, but was part of a club notice which it should be abolished.
Marie Greene and Marjorie LockJ. I'loody, sophoniorcs. ASSISTANT AIIVKIITLSINC, JIANACKR: Aud- had been pinned on the registrar's announcement. Anwood; taxi- and flowers, Margaret
rey Flowers, M2. HCSINESS STAFF: Alice Walsh, MO: Josephine other freshman, confused by the helter-skelter arrangeJ o h n K e n n e d y , '30: 1 disapprove
{•lowland. M l ; Marion Weinberg, Prances Mazar, Betty Rayment of the notices, attended a meeting of a bible class of it for men. In colleges where Sherman, chairman, Marjorie Milton
before he realized that he was not at the Biology club the registration of men is large, and Mildred Livingston ; floor, Robert
Published every Friday in the college year by the Editorial picnic.
And another freshman, thinking that he had hazing and rivalry between classes Rankius, chairman, Dunne Baker and
Board representing the Student Association. Subscriptions, $2.25
Charles Kissam; refreshments. Helen
per year, single copies, ten cents.
Delivered anywhere in tile read an announcement of the freshman class president, should he strung, I>it 1 at Slate colBurgher, chairman, Marjorie Del lens
United States.
Entered as second class matter at poslollice, wanted t'> know where he was to be fitted fur cap and
lege, where the men a r e in such a and Ruth Goldsmith.
Albany, N, Y.
gown.
minority, it woud be belter ii
'fhe posting of notices should he regulated. Condi- friendship were fostered in-lead of
The NEWS does not necessarily endorse sentiments expressci
in contributions. No communications will he printed unless th
tions have become so disorderly that a sign, bearing
Anion]
writers' names are left with the Editor-in-Chief of the NEWS die official college stationery announces that notices, mil the spirit of rivalry,
it mighl add class spirit, but
Anonymity will be preserved if so desired. The N E W S docs no
if date, should be removed from the bulletin hoard, for the men ii seems foolish ;
guarantee to print any or all communications.
Posting of notices should hi' systematized. The campus
4-. 287 commission should not feel backward in regulating die waste of lime.
PRINTED BY M I L L S ART PRESS 394-.196 llroadw ay—Dia
'
ulletin hoard service. They are within their right when
V,
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XIV
October
25,
1929
Vo
Albany, X. V.
. (, they
outline conditions under which sign- may he po:
They should require, perhaps, that lost and found notices
"AD RENE VIVENDUM"
he placed upon a separate board, 'fhe lime of students
"I can't tell you what culture K " a student once told end members of the faculty will he minimized if they
his instructor who had asked for a definition, "but 1 know where certain kind-- of communications mas he
know a man of culture, and that's Dr. Richardson," he found.
the
llglllS'
rrl
,
,
-7—7-—
I Likewise, it might he advisable that all -Indents who
said in referring to the late professor emeritus of Latin | wish to make posters lie prohibited from posting signs
for tl in to I
second play ol the
one
art
episode
involvii
the
Id
and Greek.
| in certain places. Some system should lie inaugurated discus
struggle of cold cash aristocracy versus
ihe
warm
motherliness
of
a
dancAnd to everyone, the late professor was a man of| to save the lime and eyesight of students.
N e t t a Miller, ' 3 1 : Xo. 1 do not
The mailbox seems to be in the same cluttered con- approve of hazing, as it encourages ing girl, was good for several reaculture, even though the word may have had different
meanings for individuals. For him, Latin and Greek dition of the bulletin board. "Stale" letters and notes, ihe w r o n g sort of human relation- sons; among them being Wilhelmina
Sebesla, Edwin Otis, of Milne High
unclaimed for days, fill the pigeon holes, and the smallwere never ends in themselves, but rather the tools for est kind of notes which a person could write, slide in ship.
school, Margaret Hilton, and Hazel
living a richer life. From them, he tried to extract among the larger missiles. Valuable mail is lost, and
Goodell,
who directed the play.
Marie Judd, ' 3 3 : It's immaterial
everything which would lead students "ad bene viven- sometimes, much patience. Under such a system, stuIt was the firs, time we have had
to me. H a z i n g seems to be tradidents
cannot
depend
upon
the
box
as
a
safe
means
of
dum." Catholic in his taste, he revealed to them the
tional and is practiced in most col- an opportunity to see Miss Sehesta
treasure of noble thoughts in every language. He was sending communications. W e need to clean house, 'fhe leges. However. I think, the fresh- exhibit her talents on the college
student association has given the broom to the campus
never narrow in his outlook, or rooted in provincialism, commission.
men should be helped rather than stage. She carried her character of
subjected to such treatment as a cultured chorus girl with a show
but he possessed that wide range of interests which unof real ability. We almost dropped
hazing.
doubtedly is the mark of the cultured man. Seeker of
a tcar^ when she finally gave up the
truth and lover of beauty, he was always an inspiration
HOMEPLACE Is VIGOROUS
F r a n c e s M c M a h o n , ' 3 3 : N o . I "cbee-ild" for his own good, money,
to those who were trying to learn how to live. But
don't aprove of it. It brings about position, and all thai.
STORY
OP
THE
11
ILLS
As to the child; Edwin Otis, im"God's finger touched him, and he slept," the words of
a feeling of resentment against the
pile of his favorite poets, describe bis passing away.
school r a t h e r than pride in it. Mild ported from Milne High school, did
an excellent piece of work. He did
forms
aren't
so
bad,
b
u
t
what
docs
. The influence of Dr. Richardson on all those who Homeplace.
By Maristan Chapman. New York: The
not act as children usually do, hut
it all amount to?
Viking Press. 270 pages. $2.50.
have studied under him and on all those who knew him
seemed to he definitely in the part.
Glen Hazard in the Tennessee bills; many of the
has left an indelible mark in their memories. Humble,
Selma Sims, ' 3 2 : It's too mild We liked Miss Hilton as the staid,
considerate men are rarely forgotten. State college can characters and friends of the thousands of readers of here at State college.
I prefer a moneyed aristocrat with the gift of
Maristan Chapman's "The Happy Mountain" and the
extend its respect beyond the mere point of verbalism. language of the hill dwellers are with us again in severer form. Freshmen need dis- understanding.
The rest of the characters, Irving
I n a few years, the name of Richards hall will have had "Homeplace." the latest of Miss Chapman's studies of cipline.
McConnell, Elizabeth Jackson, Ruth
no significance for students here. A change to Richard- characters in the hills. The seeking of every man after
Edmunds, and George De Graff did
a
homeplace,
no
matter
what
bis
station
in
life,
no
Ison hall will perpetuate the name of a man who might
good enough work, but had less imtruly be said to have realized the college motto. The matter what this outlook for the future, and the yearnportant pans.
ing of the man of the species for a place which he may
name of Richardson above the portals will suggest that call his and his alone is the theme of this remarkable
Miss Jackson's work reminded us
of that of llenriette Francois, '29.
humbleness and that sincerity which are usually the book which depicts the life in the mountains as it really
The Troubadours, men's minstrel
She has ihe same ability to represent
is and not as it is supposed to be, or as it has been picmarks of a great teacher.
irganizalion, will conduct its first fall the whining, cackling type of female
The building, hearing his name, will remind students inretl in idealistic works.
lance. Saturday, November 9, in the that is always good for a number of
that they are entering Richardson hall, and not a mere
'fhe poetic and racy idiom which Sherwood Anderson
building'. T h e association of his name will mean en- called "gorgeous." (lows on through these, pages of g y m n a s i u m o f Page h a l l , a c o r d i n g t o laughs and adds something more u,
couragement to those who earnestly seek truth and rythmic prose, 'fhe heart of the mountain hill dweller John K e n n e d y , 'M). presid •nt o f the the play as well. We hope to see
more of Miss Jackson's work.
beauty, and it will always be an inspiration for those throbs and beats with the vim and vigor of life as we o r g a n i z a t i o n .
All in all, we had a pleasant eve" I n spile o f i h e fact t h ; t i l is Ihe
Avho are trying to achieve the college motto. Life is read in his own particular English and his own particning
il" we did gel our feet wet.
.usually ennobled when students can work under the ular figurative speech of the life which he lives and the first event o l i l - k i n d we have ever
-taged, 1 am sure it w i l l be a sue lasting tradition of a high-minded professor, 1' :-nam- ambitions which he has with him always.
ELECTED MEMBER
ing Richards hall will be a monument to the pur ideals
lust this hit of Ihe conversation will show what the cess," K e n n e d y c o n t i n u e d . " ( o m m i l Helen Bacon, 'oil, was
mly
of a great teacher.
hook is like; " W a s ever a time you and me had likei lees f o r Ihe dance w i l l be a p p o m l e d elected to membership in Bet
lapnotions since cradle-days?" "Never was. Ilii wonders .0 ihe l l e x l meeting n l be ' f r o m ler of Oinicron Nu, national honor
OUSTING li( X IKW'ORMS
me we'd nut chip DUI o' friends."
,
society I'm- home economics students.
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p
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State college is unable to prevent it- students from
The storv tells of Favre lone-, the village ne'er do
Beta chapter is located in State allstudying. T h e administration has obtained a r. i where well, and In- love for B c s Howard, a love thai travels iessur o l e l i e m i - l r y , was lected fa- ege.
(July upperclassnien are eligistudents who come with books piled in their arms are along a mail made stony hv a maid's lack of estate. culls a d \ isor at a m e e t i n g la-l week. ble tor membership, according to
supposed to be social outcasts. It may he possible that Lighter and livlier in lone than its predecessor, "The] P r o f e s s o r K e n n e d y hel eve- that Ruth Van Vlack, '30, president of
r g a n i z a l i n l l , he-ides s tidies and
they do not know that the lounge has been reserved Happy Mountain," il has the wisdom and humor of the ll
'be local .hauler.
i l l i l c l i c s , is a .u
1 means for u n i f y especially for social gathering- of students and members author at her best.
of the faculty. Studying is taboo.
Maristan Chapman, the author, was horn on ihe edge ing ihe men in college.
CALENDAR
Those who insist upon turning the lounge into a ol the i uniberland mountain
lid h a s a h o u s e e . d h d
library are preventing students from enjoying their "Xevcrlaud" by Sewame, T.
Today
vllicll sh
visit with friends. They create a bookish atmosphere turns in ihe interval- of a in
.Mowing
11:111 A M.
Slu,Inn a
•mbly
in which students, through the force of habit, feel that paragraph helps in . xplaiii
\ i u l i l , , l i m n , Page h,.l
they cannot talk above a whisper, Through courtesy, :..ok; "I i n In gel soundi
.i li II i
the latter will mul'llc their voices
111.1 x
ah
.pah:
lilt.Ill
I Ihe
,i.Uph<
I).Win i l l
study undisturbed. The student, v.
look, is selHi h
lh.
because he is not giving his Mini
,pp,,rluuit)
IL,
ih
n| M I |
.Hid C
i r e the room as the ailiniiii-tralp
1 hie .
mil :i
SOPHOMORE DANCE
Will BE MARCH 14,
MISS HALL SAYS
State College N e w s
»
1
THE BROOM BELONGS TO THEM
BOOKS:
Troubadours Will Huve
First Dance November 9
Women Not So Capable,
Dr. Hutchison Believes
I
'fhe lounge seems to 1ick t h a i a r ui i
should prevail in such a I'Onl i. h r i in ihe
one would ahnosi .vv.ar th.. the
U I. nt
library. Perhaps ihe .pielm -S n | nid. nl
1
l
l
p
n
l
l
l
l
s
l
invitation in those who
.ttl.lv
should hear im con.sidcra ••'II l . l | (111 •i V.h
The Nhws stigge-ts I i c 1 nllovv ii g I i 1.
those who wilfully Use he '.mill 1 , -lad
bookworm, lei (he Imingi v o l imittei ask tv
lhal |,„
Colllltl V
talk as loudly as possihl
•or c\ r> Ivv
i .lid he
Im..
mie wh
-unit
lei the committee iei|Uist tl
in i
o h . . . ;,n
h. ok
lh
can sing wretchedly. For
the committee bring in a baby who know- Imw to use
his lungs. If this prescription fail- In drive away the
A i d ) A T S' 1 A 1 1' ( O l . I.KGK
bookworms, let the committee search each student for
1 ) \ l . Vibooks before he is allowed to enter the lounge.
hi
lli!! file. nl tl e N K W S 1 .1 O i l . h . r 2 0 1V_'K
The lounge cap be an indispensable, part ..t ihe student's life if it is used properly, The college has always
' f h e a l l e g e d r a t i f i c a t i o n o f t h e n e w stlldi
lacked a means by which members of the I acuity and institution will be under lire in the lit t student
students could break through the restricted barriers of
•mbly this morning.
the classroom. A college course is enriched when there
is the personal touch between instructor anil students.
'fhe tag day conducted this week for the purpose of
The criticism is frequently made that too much slu raising funds for an clcctrtola netted ?51, according to
dent conversation is confined t ' 'liscussion of the Daniel P. Corr, chairman of the collection committee,
dl
I I., i,
II.
h, .1,
S KNIGHTED
'.
\\<
\
I .ill
M.
,|l
Bell
I Orel
,l
| | , . . Iji-H
I-, was knigbn.l h> King
his lasl hirtlulav ui rrcogin.
no. r. -l in ..ml
il,
and its finest
traditions, 'fhe company will pre
ant a performance al college Friday
afternoon and evening, November 22,
The players previously inured the
r.iiiuiry in l'M-l. t lines say that they
changed Shakesperian drama from
something that usually ".spelled ruin"
for its producers into a production
which ; s now much in demand.
•i l>
Alph
Phi.
Alph
ia
I'M
PI,
(,
Sunday
Alpha Kpsilon
orily house.
Phi ley
,i;|)|) p.
Tuesday
Advanced Dramatics cla>
Auditorium, Page hal
P. M.
play.
8:15
»>H
STATE OOLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER 25, 1939
C.i4.4.rO REPLACE
MUSICAL COMEDY
WITH VAUDEVILLE
Vaudeville will again replace the
comedy presented annually by the
Girls'
Athletic association,
Ethel
Grundhofer. '30, president of the association, announced today. The reason for this change is to present
something new to the student body,
she explained.
The last vaudeville, given in March,
1926, consisted of six acts: a joke
act, aesthetic and acrobatic dancing,
trained animal show, popular songs
and dancing acts, pyramid building
and tumbling.
Florence Gormley, '2'K was dirertor of two of the three musical comedies presented by the association. Last
year's comedy was entitled "Art for
Art's Sake," in which two snphomores, Mildred Smith and Isabel
l'eard plavcd the leading roles.
Marion Sloan, '29, co-operated with
Miss Gormley in writing the comedy
in 1928. The comedy was entitled
"The Third A n , " ami K.lna Wolfe,
'28, and Alice Hills, '29, played the
parts <if her.' and heroine.
The fir-l musical comedy, presented
in 1927, \\a • named "•' In the Fence,"
based en "Then W.tt'll Ueniemher,"
a popular -mm of the time.
Professor Dies
Dr. L e o n a r d W o o d s Richardson, professor emeritus of Greek
and Latin, who was buried Mon-
3
NO EULOGY MARKS
Death Delays Sorority
DR. RICHARDSON'S
Dance At Delta Omega
CContinued from page 1, column 5)
FUNERAL SERVICES
and Malcom Smith of Rensselaer PolytechIn accordance with a dying wish,
neither eulogy nor oration marked
the funeral services of Dr. Leonard
Woods Richardson, professor emeritus of Greek and Latin, who was
buried from St. Peter's Episcopal
Church Monday afternoon.
The Rev. Charles C. Harriman, rector of St. Peter's Episcopal church
and lifelong friend of Dr. Richardson: the Rt, Rev. J. Ashton Oldham,
bishop of the Albany Episcopal diocese, and the Rev. Harold Arrowsmith, dean of the Pro-Cathedral of
Baltimore, Mil., attended the late
Dr. Richardson in death.
Burial was in the Richardson family plot at Portland, Me.
"Xo one can make the same kind
of contribution to the intellectual life
of State college. President A. R.
Hrubacher -aid of Dr. Richardson.
nic Institute; Harriet Rounds, ' 3 1 , and
Raymond Dnnnotly of Rochester .Mechanic's Institute) Vida Frey, ' 3 1 , and William Merrill of Albany; Alice llarber,
'30. and Raymond Ilaigllt of It. P . I .
Maine Hailicr, ' 3 1 , and Robert Decker
of R. P . I., Mat-inn Downes, '31, and
Elmer Lament of Lockport; Wilma Paul,
'31, and William Smith of Kingston; I'Miia
Rnshlrt, 'JO, and Jack Stockman of R. P.
I.; Ethel Loman, ' 3 1 , and tterforil Smith
of Nassau; Evangeline Calkins, '29, nnd
losenh O'Neil of Schenectady.
Mildred Xewkiik, '30, and Henry Sanders of Clemson Agricultural and Military
College, South Carolina; Priscilla llanmicis'ev, Ml, and Michael Khouri of X. V.
V.; Marian Odwcll. ' 3 1 , and Brannock
Palmer of I'mujlikccpsic; Dorothy Doilds,
'31, and Vernon Harvey of Poughkecpsie,
and Ruth Urease, 32, and Carl Winch of
Hudson.
Phi Alpha Tau will conduct its house
dance Saturday night.
Among those attending and their guests a r e ; Rose Handler, '30, a n d Louis Lisrhcr of Albany
Medical College; Ruth Vinklcstein, 'JO, and
Ira MiMein of Albany; P.ertba Nathan.
'30, and losepb Press nf Rochester; Esther
Eckstein, ' 3 1 , and Emmanuel Green, '30,
of Slate; lane Shulman, '32, and loseph
Uesnick of Rensselaer Polvlecbnic Institute.
Lena C.illert. ' 3 1 . and I. In-lei of R.
P. I.; Edith l.evine, '.'_', and S. Roscustoek
f Svracusc Universitv; Svlvia MnhviU,
31, and Henry ('..blenz of I'nion Colli pe:
r.b/abeth Kronenburg, Ml, and llert \ a c b t
nrni "f I'oion College; lielty lacobsoll.
Mil. and 11 v Silverman of Schenectady;
I illiau l'i-.io r. Ml. and \l Vunick of I m
WILL HAVE
PARTY
Marcia Gardner, '30, president of
home economics club, has appointed
the following committee for the H a l lowe'en party to be conducted T u e s day, October 29: general chairman,
Janet Gary, ' 3 1 ; decorations, Helen
Emerson, '31, chairman, Alice F r e d erick, and .Marion Hicks, juniors
Oliver, '32, a n d r e f e r N, A. Klein of
Elsmcre; Mildred Cook, '30, and Wesley
Meeiviu of Colgate.
Flora Bessie, '32, and John McLean
of Union College; Genevieve Cole, ' 3 0 ,
and William Comstock of Albany L a w
School; Helen Otis, ' 3 1 , and Walter Driscoll, ' 3 1 , of S l a t e ; Dorothea Tanner, '30,
and Sidney Miuch of Albany; and A n n e
Schneider and Luther Kellcy of Albany.
Kappa Delta will conduct its house
dance Friday night. Those attending a n d
their guests a r e : Marguerite Northrop, ' 3 2 .
and Theodore Ten Evck of Albany; Marilla
Smith, MO, and Morris Curtis of A l b a n y ;
Gladys Hates, M0, and Robert Hood of
Cornell Universitv, Margaret llurnnp, '30,
and John A. Ridfichl of New York University; Doris Markham, '31, and Gaylord
Taylor of Union College.
Audrcv Sullivan, '32, and lames Davics
of R. P. I. Margaret Cussfer, Ml, a n d
folio Campbell of Colgate; Edvthe Cairns,
'Ml, and Thomas l l e m e y , M l ; Edna Wolfe,
Kenneth Shults of Middlebury
Colic
Arnold, '28, and Frederick
i Emerson, Ml, and Burton Alcxof Albany Law School; Margaret
'32, and Pulton Wills of R. P .
has lo-t one of its
1 Evelvn Pitts, M2, and P . U.
supporters in the
,1 i r i e n d
,f It. P. 1.
irds'in," Dean Anna
:h of Dr.
TUESDAY CLASSES
I. " W e will misPierce il
M
IN SWIMMING ARE
advice and helpful compel."
Richard-oil is one of the
SPLIT IN SECTIONS leading educatoi • of the present gen- P. I. ;
Swimming classes which are con- eration." Dr. C. Edward Jones, Mtp- 'p'h'i I I
and
ducted Tue-da\ ni»;ht- ai Hath ,\ the
curuer oi t'enlral a\cuuc and On- upon hearing of the sudden death of
Ruth Van Vlack, Mo, and Mi
AT VAN DYK'S NEW Uirio sin i t, have been divided into Dr. Richardson. "He was one of the
of I'nion College; Gertiude I i
Verick of Alb;
sections, according to F.sther Waters, few men who was a leader in the
la.
'31,
Elv
LUNCHENETT
'3(1, swimming captain.
Alice Sch- field of culture and really great lit- Winch of Hudson; Katherine Krueg ,
E . t u v . l l-allmcr of Little Falls.
neider. '31, is in charge of the be- erature. H e made us all appreciate andDorothv
Kline,
Ml,
and
Carl
Hultz
of
SERVING
ginners.
Alice Gihlin, '32, is in the meaning of true culture and learn- R. P. \'.\ Louise Fisher, M0, and lorry
Hanson of R. P. I.; Gladys Hasselt,' M0.
HOME MADE
charge of the intermediate group. ing \\ e will all mis:; Ins influence. and lohn I.ind of Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute; Florence Linindall, Ml, and WalProducts in which care
She teaches surface diving, back
Lor the past 30 years, the late Dr. ler Itecrs of I'nion College; Marjorie
SANDWICHES, PIE,
a n d m o d e r n science
stroke, crawl, treading water and Richardson had been in charge of the Wilson, M2, and William Cippcrly of
Polytechnic
Institute; 'Doris
CAKE AND A MOST
Saranac Lake chapel in the summer Rensselaci
floating.
I limning. M2, and John Waterhurv ot
leave n o doubt as t o
Katherine Watkins, '30, teaches the to which Protestants, Catholics, and Rochester; and Vera l i m n s , '32, and Henry
DELICIOUS C U P O F
Krueger
of
Little
Falls.
quality.
advanced students to perfect their Jews alike were attracted by the
Alpha Rho is conducting its house dance
scholarly attributes of the venerable
stroke. Miss Waters is in charge of
Saturday night. Those planning to attend
Albany educator. His yearly duty at
DUCHESS
life saving. When the student passes State collele was the delivery of the are: Larene K. Kerr, Ml), and Arthur
Johnson of Hartford, Connecticut; Mildred
her test in one group, she will be baccalaureate sermon to the June llawkes, M0, and William Kromer ol
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Idclla Gas— COFFEE —
promoted to the next group. Classes graduates.
Eor the first time in
M0, and Gordon Helming of NewBOULEtARD DAIRY CO., Inc.
meet from 8 to 8:45 o'clock. From many years, he could not be present man,
burgh; Margaret Richard, MO, and A. J.
Vacante of Albany; Ruth Goldsmith, M2, ,'The Sunlight Delry" 231 Third St»
8:45 till 9:30 o'clock diving and ad- in June, 1929.
and Ralph Hawkes of Rensselaer Polyvanced swimming for speed will be
Dr. Richardson was professor of technic Institute; Hetty Starniont, '32, and
given.
Telephone
Latin and Greek at State college up Sidney Cauch of Albany College of PilarSwimming will continue for ten to the time of his retirement last
167 C E N T R A L A V E
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Squires, Ml, and Edgar Sullivan
weeks this season and then there will January. He had been a member of of 'Mabel
New York City; Hetty Raymond, M2,
Just Below Robin Street
be ten additional weeks of swimming | the College faculty since 1895. H e and Robert McDonnell of Union; Betty
during the spring season.
I was formerly identified with Trinity
college. He had studied for more
A GIFT FROM
than 12 years on the continent preparing himself for his professorial
203 Central A v e n u e (near Robin)
chair.
In addition to membership in the
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honorary fraternity nf Phi Beta KapE v e r y sandwich made up freth t o Individual order
pa, he held several honorary university degrees.
Dr. Richardson was born in PortA l b a n y
470 B r o a d w a y
' N' Y
band, Me., 77 years ago was a graduate of Trinity college at Hartford,
Conn., and studied later at Oxford
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university in England and also in
Paris and (iermany.
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Besides his wife, Dr. Richardson is
133 N . P e a r l S t .
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13 N . P e a r l St.
survived by a daughter, Mrs. Alice
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER 25, 1929
COCHRANE NAKED
ACTING SECRETARY
District Executive Council
Of Y M.C.A. Appoints
Him To Office
SOPHOMORES AND
4 Freshmen Apologize
Emanuel Green To Head
FRESHMEN TO PLAY
For Violation Of Rules
Pi Gamma Mu Society
FOOTBALL TODAY Four freshman men apologized to Emanuel Green, '30, was recently
Sophomores and freshmen wilt engage in an interclass football game
for the first time in the history of
State college at 3:30 o'clock today
in Bevcrwyck Park, Washington avenue and Ontario street. T h e rival
teams have engaged in practices all
week on the back campus.
The sophomore team will be chosen
from Donald Todd, Jack SarofF, and
Sam Dransky, ends; Charles Kissam,
Galen Plumb, and Michael Frohlick,
tackles; Fred Appleton, Harold H a s well, Anthony Stroka, and John Delchanty, g u a r d s ; Gordon Hughes, Kenneth Miller, Carl Tarbox, and George
Wills, centers.
The backfield has
not yet been decided.
The freshmen lineup has not yet
been definitely chosen, but Arltoit
Bush, William Sunderland, Thorley
DuRose, and Ben lugraham, are certain to see service in the backfield.
Warren R. Cochrane, '30, lias been
appointed acting secretary of the executive council of the middle Atlantic
district of college branches of the
Young Men's Christian association.
The executive council is composed
of the presidents of the local branches
of Y. M. C. A. in each of the colleges of the middle Atlantic district.
T h e institutions included in this district a r e Cornell university, Colgate
university, Hamilton college, Union
college, Rensselaer Polytechnic institute, Rochester college, University of
St. Lawrence, Syracuse university,
and State college.
Cochrane was recently appointed to
this position at a meeting of the exWELCOMES MEMBERS
ecutive council. The meeting was
Gamma chapter of Kappa Delta
coincident with a student faculty conRho
welcomes Irving McConnell, '31,
ference of the Y. M. C, A. which
was conducted the same day at Lyle. and Edward Burke, '30, into full
membership.
Cochrane will hold this position until
April, 1930, when regular elections
' 'Depends ble
Flowers
are conducted.
At the student faculty conference,
We Telegraph Flowers to nil
it was decided that all presidents oi
Farts of the World
every college Y. M. C. A. must attend a special summer course at
Union seminary in New York. Regular college credit would he given for
this work. Advising freshmen was
another problem which was given attention.
Steuben Street
Corner James
SORORITY WELCOMES
Grecia Sayles, '30, former vicepresident of mathematics club, was
recently elected president of the club.
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the sophomore class last week for
breaking sophomore rules. The offenders were Thorley DuRose, president
of the freshmen, William Sunderland,
Lloyd Jones, and Benjamin lugraham.
Sunderland and lugraham were
charged with wearing coats and refusing to sing "Life Is Very Different Here," according to Helen Mead,
'32, chairman of the sophomore rules
committee. DuRose and Jones did'
not wear black hose and ties.
elected president of Pi Gamma Mu,
national social science honor society.
T h e other officers a r e ; Phyllis Uline,
'30,
vice president; Beatrice McCarty, '30, secretary; and Lilly Nel
son, '31, treasurer.
T h e new members a r e : Theresa
Bedell, Marion F3otto, Mildred Cotitaut, Eunice Gilbert, Rose Handler,
Catherine Harrington, Thomas Kinsella, Beatrice McCarty and Gladys
Newell, seniors; Elizabeth Moriarity
and Lilly Nelson, juniors.
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sent through the student mail box
write them on full sized paper.
The request is made to avoid loss
of important communications, according to Marion Boito, '30,
president of the student association. "The tiny notes with which
the mail box is now cluttered are
easily lost," she said.
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