S t a t e College News 1930 AND 1931 TIE

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State College News
VOL.
X I V . No. 9
1930 AND 1931 TIE
IN YEAR'S HONORS
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y. FRIDAY, NOVKMHER. 15
STUDENTS MADE
RULES ORIGINALLY
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SENIOR HOP TO BE
TOMORROW NIGHT
Senior And Junior Classes
Each Have 2 9 Members
Placed On Roll
Presidents Of Group Houses
Drew Up Regulations,
Dean Announces
Seniors And Guesta To Dance
From 9 Until 12 O'Cloek
In Page Hall
T h e class of 1930 and the class
of 1931 arc tied in the n u m b e r of
students from each class w h o received places on the h o n o r roll
d u r i n g the year 1928-1929, according to a report of Miss Elizabeth
H . V a n d e n b u r g h , registrar.
Each class placed
twenty-nine
students, the list indicates.
Four
s t u d e n t s in the class of 1931 received high honors, and t w o m e m bers of the class of 1930 earned
high honors.
.
T h e class of 192° was third.
twentv m e m b e r s receiving places on
the roll, and the class of 1932 was
last with sixteen students.
Francis L. Robinson and Adolph
B. Scholl of the class of 1930 received high honors.
M e m b e r s of
the class w h o made honors a r e :
Marion
Botto, R a y m o n d
Byrne,
Ruth
(low,
Katherine
Cornish,
Catherine Crowder, Miriam Dolan,
Evelyn
Elwood,
Mae
Glockuer,
Catherine
Harrington.
Mildred
Hawks,
Margaret
Higby.
Dons
lones, Israel Kaplan. Edith Kelly,
T h o m a s Kinsella, Ethel Kay. Agnes
Rvdbcrg,
Evelyn
Sadler,
Grecia
Sayles, Evelyn Sheeley, \ irginia
Shultes, Victor Starr. I'hyllis L'linc,
K a t h r v n Webster, l.ouis W o l n e r ,
Shirley W o o d , and E s t h e r Zimmerman.
H o n o r s F o r 1931
S t u d e n t s in the class of 1931 inc l u d e : high h o n o r s , Elizabeth Corr,
Irma Long, Lilly Nelson, and Mary
Reisner; honors, Florence
Borst,
Horlense
Brady,
Louise
Cronk,
C a t h e r i n e Delaney, G e r t r u d e H e r sheimer, E s t h e r Eckstein,
Helen
Eddy, Helen Effner, Jean Gillcspy,
Carolyn Kelley, Mildred
Larson,
F r a n c e s Levinson, Douglas Lincoln, Charles
Lyons,
Aniiabclle
McConnell, Mary M c l n e r n e y , H a r r y
M c M a h o n , Mary C. Moore, Elizabeth Moriarity, Beatrice O'Connell,
Helen Otis, Sylvia Rose, Cecelia
Shapiro, Ruth Steele,
Genevieve
Winslovv.
Members of the class of 1632 a r e :
high h o n o r s , Sarah Fasoldt, Margaret H e n r y , Helen
Mead, and
Mary Mead; honors, Mary Alexander, W a l l e r A n d e r s o n , D o r o t h y
Busc, Frances Drinon, Evelyn Fortmiller, Margaret Fortmiller, Margarita
Galusha,
Anna
Goldman,
M a r g a r e t Hilton, Catherine Reigel,
M a r a g a r e t h e Schroeder, and Mary
Wicks.
Members ol the class of 192')
who received places on the honor
roll were published recently in the
News.
(Cmthim-.J DM pax' 2, column 3)
Slate college bouse rules were originally made by women of the college
instead of by administrators, according to Dean Anna E. Pierce.
The
rules were made at a meeting of the
presidents of all the group bouses,
she declared.
Senior hop will he tomorrow night
from 9 until 12 o'clock in the gymnasium of Page hall, according to
Alice Walsh, '30, president of the
senior class and general chairman of
the bop.
Music will he by the Hottentots.
Decorations will he blue and white,
class colors, and the favors will be
novelty programs.
Among those attending a r c : Mary
Nelson, '30, and Robert Klein of
Xew York City; Marian Bcehlcr,
'30, and Chester L. Parker of R. P.
1.; Betty C. Amos, '30, and F. Luman Robinson of Union college;
Marie C. Havko, '30, and Roy V.
Sullivan, '26; Jane Formanek, '30,
and Walter H. Doering of T r o y ;
Eulalia Dempsey, '30, ami Dayton P .
Barrett of Hobart college; Anne T.
Moore, '30, and Phillip A. Stone of
R. P. I.
"Gf course there were not so many
houses then as there are now, but the
rules were student opinion and not a
group of fogy, old-fashioned restrictions laid down by people out of
touch with contemporary youth," Miss
fierce said.
Dr. J a m e s Lee E l l e n w o o d who
has just returned from the Holy
Laud w h e r e he lectured.
All men who expect to attend the
m a s q u e r a d e which will he con
dueled by the Y o u n g
Women's
( hrislian association in the gym
nasiuin of
Page hall,
Saturday
night, November 23. must come
masked, according
to
Katherine
W a t k i n s , '311, niusipierade chairman.
Tliey will he expected to pay the
regular admission fee of 35 cent-,,
M i-- W a t k i n s annoiini ed
Men Do Not Want Trial Lead,
But Women Give Them Control
Cafeteria Worker Dies
Of Auto Crash Injuries
li\
,,n overwhelming vote of
the w omen ol the i otiise in gov
ernineiil ol llle Stale ol New
Voik taught by Di
David S
Hutchison, professoi ol govern
meiil, Ihe annual men k n ial w ill
this > car again he < oiiducted by
Ihe men students ol the class
When the vole was routine
led, a 111.1)01 ity of the men voted
lo h a v e the trial in the hands
ol ihe \\ omen while nine wolllell
concurred with them.
The rest
ol ilie women in the course,
however, evidently
wished
to
maintain ihe roles of spectators
.it the annual combat of wits
lor they gave the men control in
spile of their wishes. A standing
committee of the men in the
class was appointed to decide the
issue on which the trial will be
fought.
Bishop G. A s h t o n
Oldham
who will also lead the assembly
in prayer al services in honor
of ihe late Dr. Richardson today.
MEN'S DINNER SET
FOR FRIDAY NIGHT
BETWEEN 2 PLAYS
Dr. James Lee Ellenwood, who will
address the men of the college at the
annual Young Men's Chri~ti.ui association dinner to the freshmen next
Friday night, has recently returned
from the Holy Land where he has
delivered a series of lectures.
His
travels have taken him to the principal countries of Europe and the
orient. Dr. Ellenwood is a student of
political science, economics, and psychology.
He is an individualist, opposed to
any tendencies of human beings toward mob psychology, The radio, lie
believes is a great factor toward increasing this mob tendency.
"The
machine age with its standardization,
inoli thinking, and over-mechanization
i- a problem which all college-lrained
persons will have to face," he once
said.
Dr. Ellenwood points out thai the
machine is destroying all individual
thinkers and that an over-mechanized
civilization will not countenance such
non-con formers as Socrates, Galileo,
and Copernicus.
Besides Dr. Ellenwood, I'resideni
A. R. Bruliacher. Warren R. Cocii
nine, '30, president of Y. M. l'. A.,
and a representative from each class
will speak.
Dean W. II. Metzler
and several directors from Ihe central
V. M. C. A. will he invited, according lo Harold Haswell, '.^. general
chairman of ihe dinner.
Approximately 1111 men arc ex
peeled lo attend the dinner. Ii will
start late enogh lo enable students to
-cc lien Greet players in "Twelfth
Night" and will he over before the
performance of "Hamlet" begins, according io Haswell.
I Ithcr members of the dinner coin
untie.-, besides Haswell, are: Kenneth
Carpenter and Ralph Kighncv, sen
ioi-s, and Frederick Applelon, '.'.2.
The ticket' for the dinner are hi me
-old 11\ committee members at 75
cent, each.
Reversa,lioiis mii-l he
made c u r b , the Conllililtee ha -an
liolinced.
Men Attending Y.W.C.A.
Dance Must Be Masked
"We are living to find out if our
rules arc more stringent than thoseenforced by other colleges. We have
sent copies of our freshman handhooks to 3d colleges, asking them for
! exchange-. As fast as these Come in.
| Ihe rule- they Use for the conduct of
| the women of ihe College are being
tabulated so that we may compare
them with our own rules.
"I invited the presidents of the different group houses, at the meeting
we bad al the beginning of the year.
o arrange lor more frequent meetings so that we might discuss conditions at the college, and if necessary, revise them.
If any of the
rule- now in force are unnecessary, I
would he glad lo drop them.
"1 would like lo correct a mistaken
impression about the so-called 'rules.'
They are not rule-, if you will look
at your freshman handbook, you will
find that there are only suggestions
except in one or two ,'iiinor cases. Of
course, students are supposed to follow the suggestions, but none of them
are absolutely iron-bound.
Each of
them can be evaded under proper jus
tification if I give permission.
"I think that possibly the present
furor over house rules is due to mislakes in transmitting my message by
house presidents to the meetings of
their respective groups. The mistake
about what I meant by 'late at night'
and about obtaining permission to invite men to college dance.- was due
possibly lo inaccurate repetition of
what I told these representatives al
the meeting.
"I I I discover that our rules are
out of date ,,r loo stringent, I may
call another meeting of house presidents to revise the rule- or lo draw
up a new -el.
However, 1 hardly
think thai will he necessary."
MiElizabeth
Breiiuan,
who
sold cookies III
III M, was run
ovei lasl
rimisdav all. m o o n al
P'I lo, k in lioiil ,,1 I li.ipei
hall, an, I die,I I,
.i fractured
I.nil and ml
,1 injuries Slllldav
nighi, Nov, inhei III, in ihe Albany
ho-pilal.
Mrs Ii
iaii, according i„ Mis
Ellen Carey, ,, co woiker.
was
about sixty eight years ol age. Sinwas ,, widow and lived alone in ,.
small Hat al -IK Dove street.
" W e feel that the accidcnl was
mil ihe fault ol anyone in parliru
lar, lor Mrs lir.-iinan was hurrying
lo lake a bus d o w n t o w n and did
not notice the cur coming from behind a bus parked near her," Miss
Carey said. " W e all miss her, for
though she had been hen- only six
weeks, she had gained the friend
ship ol everyone with whom she
came in contact."
Frieda Schadrinskv, '30, and David
WOMEN'S CH0RVS
Saeder of Albany College of Pharmacy;
L. Cox, '30, and
TO SING ANTHEMS Garrett Gertrude
Vink of Albany Medical college;
Esther
Zimmerman,
and
TODAY AT SERVICE Samuel Trattb of Cooper '30,Union;
The women's chorus will sing two
anthems at the commenorative service
in honor of Dr. Leonard Woods
Richardson, late professor emeritus
of Greek and Latin, during ihe regular assembly period today, according
lo President A. R. Brubacher.
The
chorus will sing under the direction
of Dr. T. Frederick II. Candlyn, head
of the music department.
The Rt. Rev. George Ashton Oldham, bishop of the Episcopal diocese
of Albany, will read a selection from
the Scriptures and lead the assembly
in prayer.
Dr. Brubacher will review Dr. Richardson's history.
The address of the service will be
delivered by Bishop Oldham.
The
service will close with the singing of
the .Alma Mater hv llie entire student
body.
Members of My-kania will not be
seated on the platform during the
service, according to Dr. Brubacher.
Their places will be ocupied by the
faculty. No notices will he read and
no business transacted during tin- assembly period, he announced.
Orchestra To Practice
After Holiday Recess
Driver Of Death Car
Regular meetings of the Stale
orchestra, recently organized
In Peaters Case Held 11,liege
hv Frieda Schadrui-kv, 'Ml, under
Harold
M. Hyde, the hit run
driver, who ran over and killed Gertrude Peaters, '33, a- she wa- getting
off a bus in front oi her house in
Sehodack ' enter, pleaOeO not guilty
today to Inst degree in eiislaughter,
I le wiil be a- raig:u d this afternoon
before J u d g e John Kin Ii ol' fusticloll.
The driver was found hiding ill Hie
home of his former wife.
lie had
divorced hci two vcai- ago and bad
not lived will, her -inc.
He o n
le.-ed dial he ha- been driving the
car when ihe accident occurnd.
He deserted the car illcr Ihe acci
d. HI and ran co,-- coiiiiti v, . vailing
ihe trooper- anil neighbor- who were
hunting h a him
lb- will probablj
b.- h.-l.l io, manslaughter,
l b u,.,v
.,1-- be hi Id b-i leaving ihe -ecu. oi
oi .... ideul
I lor failure lo n poll
an ,,. . id, in I he humane socn i \ uiav
prosecute him for leaving a dog
chained in a c.u
Dr.
ihe directi
>f Dr. T. Frederick II.
Candlyn, head of the music department, will he conducted after the
Thanksgiving vacation, according to
Miss Schadrinskv.
Practice is di
There will be no classes after 2:25
laved because mam of the -ludeiilwiio wi-h to join the orchestra did o'clock next Friday, according lo
ii,,i bring their instruments lo col President A. R. Bruliacher, because
lege, -he -aid. There i- musical lal of ihe lieu Creel presentation of
cut in ihe freshman class, Miss "Twelfth Night."
Tickets f.,r the performance are on
Schadrinskv believes.
Dr. Candlyn directed a student or- -ah today in the rotunda of Draper
chestra in P/Ju, which was disbanded hall io give student* an additional
because ol lack ,,| musical talent. opportunity lo obtain them. No more
ported I tickets wiil be available by students
'I hirle.-n -indents recently
a, he- a filer today.
for the In- i rehearsal of il
lien i In et and his company preI -ruled three plav- in the new Little
I Theatre al Smith college Monday and
Tuesday. 'Ihe play- were "Hamlet,"
"Everyman," a inoraliiy play of the
fifteenth century, and "Much Ado
Today will be tile last opportunity About Nothing."
'I he present tour of America by
for students who have uol mel iheil
lax io pav thirteen dollar-, according Ben Greet marks the golden anniio \ \ ai it'll R. i ochraiie, '30, senior versary of hi- ln-t public appearance
member ol the sliid.nl board of h a- an actor, uand is Ins first American
nance. I lelniipieni- ma) he given an tour -mce l H .
opportunity to pa;-. Monday if valid
excuses f,,r previous
non-payment
are given.
Ihe hoard had collected £12,782
through Tuesday afternoon.
'Ihe
Biology club conducted a tea r e budget adopted by the association
calls lor $16,100, Two hundred ten cently from 3 to 0 o'clock, at the
home
of Esther W a t e r s , '30, presiseniors have paid out of 2n-l enrolled
members, 235 juniors of 2?,] enrolled, deinl of the club. Mrs. Clifford A.
208 sophomores of an enrollment of Woinlaiel, wife of Professor W o o d head of lite biology d e p a r t 260,
and 260 freshmen of 298 en- are),
ment, poured.
rolled members.
Classes To Be Excused
At 2:25 O'Cloek Friday
Deliquents Must Pay
Overdue Taxes Today
Candlyn Will Play
In College Wednesday
Dr. T, Frederick II. Candlyn, insirucior ;n music, will play a program
oi modern, classical, and continental
music Wednesday afternoon at four
o'clock iii room 28 of Richards hall.
This will be ihe Inst of a series of
music hours to be sponsored liy the
music council during the year.
The
recitals are open to all members of
the .student association.
Katherine Watkins, '30, and Charles
E.llsworth
of
McGill
university;
Dora E. McGilliuray, '30, and Richard L. Rathburn of Hamilton college;
Dorothea Tower, '30, and Harvey
Rice of Tufts college.
Harvard Represented
Ann Schneider, '30, and Luther
Kelley of Middlebury college; Doris
Cobb, '30. and Arthur Hay of Schenectady ; Andrea Fehling, '30, and Vincent Festa, '30; N'an Brennan, '30,
and Kenneth Ganier of Albany; Eleanor Brown, '30, and Walter Schocnbarn of R. P. I,; Alice Walsh, '30,
and Alexander Peet of Harvard college,
Dorothy Brimmer, '30, and Robert
Ten Eyck of Albany; Florence Gooding, '30, and Peter Klein of Elstnere;
Edna Roshirt, '30, and Jack Hockmami of R. P. I.; Marion Botto, '30,
and Rudolph Wurth, '30; Dorothv
Dodds, '31, and Harold Farrell o'f
Albany College of Pharmacy; Constance de Guzman, '31, and H. Page
Evans of Albany; Ardith Down, '31,
and Guy Yaple of R. P. L ; Betty
Schrauth '31, and Don Campbell of
St. Lawrence university.
Judy h'ister, '32, and Perry William.- of St. Lawrence university;
Marion Odwell, '31, and Austin Haynes of Albany College of Pharmacy;
Dorothv Kline, '31, and Carl Holtz
of R. P. L; Irene Dickinson, '31, and
William Babalki of R. P. L ; and
Mildred Hawks, '30, and William F.
Kramer, R. P. I.
Mrs.
Woodard Pours
At Biology Club Tea
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lumcin AS.-HHI.VTK KIMTCIRS: Catherine
URPORTKHS:
BVoderick, Mildred Hall, Martha Nnrd, juniors.
Gladys Bates, G e r t r u d e llerschherg, "30; Mao.-an.-l ('ussier, j e a n
Gillespy, Virginia P r a t c s i , .Lilly Nelson, licaticc Samuels, Alex-
il/t'lyC"l"a'yC-
ffLulndT^rUa^
p a p e r in a n a t t e m p t t o s h o w t h e p u b l i c t h e o t h e r side'
T o reach t h e root o f the problem
of c o l l e g e l i f e .
w o u l d require, p e r h a p s , s t u d e n t s ' r e q u e s t t h a t m o v i n g
picture d i r e c t o r s
re-adjust
their
cameras,—or
their
minds.
T o influence
the directors
necessitates the
united action and b a c k i n g o f e v e r y institution of h i g h e r
I n t h e National Student Fedl e a r n i n g in t h e c o u n t r y .
e r a t i o n of A m e r i c a is f o u n d t h a t o n e o r g a n i z a t i o n w h i c h
can accomplish such a n a i m . T o t h e e x e c u t i v e c o m mittee of t h e N . S. F . A., t h e s t u d e n t association m i g h t
recommend that a place o n t h e future convention p r o g r a m be r e s e r v e d f o r t h e d i s c u s s i o n o f t h e c o l l e g e films,
A r e t h e i r effects b a d ?
C a n they be remedied?
It is fitting t h a t S t a t e c o l l e g e t a k e t h e l e a d i n I r v i n g
to initiate a nation-wide m o v e m e n t for h e eradication
In i t s a l m o s t t o t a l a b o l i t i o n of
of false p r o p o g a n d a .
h a z i n g , t h e College h a s b e c o m e o n e of those few institutions which a r e t r y i n g to dispel t h e popular illusion
t h a t c o l l e g e is a p l a c e w h e r e s t u d e n t s a c t l i k e c h i l d r e n
in t h e k i n d e r g a r t e n .
I t is fitting t h a t . a s a n i n s t i t u t i o n
d e v o t e d p r i m a r i l y t o e d u c a t i o n , it u n d e r t a k e a m o v e ment to reveal the dignity a n d value of higher learn
ing.
It is
fitting
that
it h e l p t h e a d m i n i s t r a t o r
throughout the country w h o a r e continually
finding
it
difficult t o b a t t e r d o w n t h e f a l s e o p i n i o n s w h i c h a r e
g e n e r a t e d , In p a r t , t h r o u g h t h e i n f l u e n c e o f t h e m o v i e s .
The
Slate
college
maiden's
prayer:
The
Young
W o m e n ' s C h r i s t i a n a s s o c i a t i o n a n n o u n c e s t h a t m e n will
be w e l c o m e a t t h e m a s q u e r a d e .
WITHOUT BURNING EITHER SIDE
The N E W S does not necessarily endorse sentiments exprcsse
in contributions. N o communications will he printed unless th
writers' ..ames a r e left with the Editor-in-Chief of the NEWS
Anonymity will he preserved if so desired. The N E W S does no
guarantee to print any or all communications.
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November 15, 192<J Vo . XIV
Albany, N . Y .
Ni
. 9.
JUST FOR A LITTLE PAINT
It
w a s an u n f o r t u n a t e
68 year old e m p l o y e e
day
night
from
incident
received
by an a u t o m o b i l e o u t s i d e
of
refinement,
the students
It
was more
a n d till
an accident
which
been
the
ing
a dangerous
Brenuan
fif
spot.
street, o b s t r u c t
from
both
stepped
Western
might
have
in f r o n t
past
of
oil
woman
the
cafeteria.
she was killed
been
avoided.
of D r a p e r
t h e view
avenue,
that
Cars, parked
directions
A
to win t h e affection
who patronized
indeed,
Sun-
she was struck
the College doors.
unfortunate,
T h e bus terminal
Mrs. Brennan,
annex, died
when
she h a d just begun
of
in
when
in t h e cafeteria
injuries
hall
lias
on both
automobiles
Western
always
s i d e s of
approach-
avenue.
a car. standing
on the north
into
ui
the path
an
T h e willingness of t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n t o e x a m i n e a n y
of t h e g r o u p h o u s e r u l e s w h i c h a r e c l a i m e d t o b e t o o
s t r i n g e n t is t h e i n d i c a t i o n of a n o p e n - m i n d e d a t t i t u d e .
In m a n y i n s t i t u t i o n s , a s t h e d e l e g a t e t o t h e N a t i o n a l
S t u d e n t F e d e r a t i o n of A m e r i c a p o i n t e d o u t t w o y e a r s
ago, t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n h a n d s d o w n t h e r u l e s for g r o u p
houses without a m opportunity for student discussion
T h e l a t i t u d e g i v e n s t u d e n t s h e r e in
and suggestion.
shaping rules surpasses t h e freedom allowed
students
of m a n y o t h e r i n s t i t u t i o n s .
X o w is t h e l i m e f o r m e m b e r s o f t h e g r o u p h o u s e s t o
p r e s e n t t h e difficulties at m e e t i n g s , w i h c l i D e a n
Pierce
a n n o u n c e d e a r l i e r in t h e y e a r , w e r e t o b e d e v o t e d to
a d i s c u s s i o n of p r o b l e m s .
T h e r e a d i n e s s of t h e a d m i n i s tration to receive student s u g g e s t i o n s should p a v e the
way for an impartial conference.
It is a h e a l t h f u l s i g n
oi s t u d e n t f r e e d o m w h e n p r o b l e m s b e t w e e n t h e a d m i n istration a n d the s t u d e n t s c a n be m e t a r o u n d t h e tabic
i n s t e a d m' t h r o u g h t h e m e d i u m of c o r r i d o r c o n v e r s a t i o n a n d city n e w s p a p e r s .
T h e difficulties c a n b e i r o n e d
out w i t h o u t b u r n i n g c i t h e r side,
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It dition of so m u c h n e w m a t e r i a l , o n
should be compulsory.
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s e n i o r s w h o s e t t h e e x a m p l e f o r L y o n s , ' 3 1 , w h o is r e c o v e r i n g f r o m a
the rest.
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several d,utile orders of die magazine
l i f e a s d e p i c t e d in t h e m o v i e s , r e c e n t l y w r o t e , to the
I n t e r n a l l y , t h e s t o r y i- t h e l i f e of a y o u n g m a n , b a n - distributed without auv means of cheekine;
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Third, that Ihe l.inn Hoard thinks it
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l e t t e r d e c l a r e s , in p a r t ,
in e x i l e f r m n h i - h o m e .
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he sent in advertisers, colleges, and
c u p y a b o u t 8 0 p e r c e n t of t h e s t u d e n t s ' t i m e ,
with r e v e r e n c e : inherited obligations, family duty, discirecognized college comic magazines for
2. T h a t m o s t o f t h e a t h l e t i c c o n t e s t s s h o w n a r e
plines, a n d a t t a c h m e n t s which h a v e clung to u s d u r i n g
each issue, il does not feel that the
r i d i c u l o u s l y i n a c c u r a t e , s i n c e t h e f o o t b a l l c a p t a i n is
student assneiation, even if it pavs only
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p r a v c i from a | , , , | . m i l t h a n t h e w h i s p e r i n g of a m a n
p o r t r a y e d by o u r l e a d i n g m o t i o n - p i c t u r e s t a r s .
h e s a y s : " H e r e , K a r i h , i m m e n s e , i m p e r s o n a l , r o l l e d be
T h e c r i t i c i s m o f t h e films is c o n t i n u e d in live o t h e r n e a l h a v a - l , u n c a r i n g - k v , " t o I n - m o t h e r e a r t h a s he
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resolutions.
into which he h a s been
t h e m o v i e s , in d i s t o r t i n g t h e t r u e c o n d i t i o n s of c o l l e g e t h r o w n .
l i f e , a r e p o i s o n i n g t h e m i n d s of c i t i z e n s , e s p e c i a l ! ) t h e
p a r e n t s of p r o s p e c t i v e c o l l e g e s t u d e n t s , a g a i n s t
higher
education,
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u n c i ! , I. ( h a r l o t n I I O I I O I s d u r i n g t h e s e c o n d s e m e s t e r ,
be applied t o t h e face.
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proximates the truth.
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received honor- during the second
t h a t c o l l e g e is a b i g p l a y g r o u n d .
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t h e benefits of h i g h e r education.
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Hoover,
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m a k e s o m e e f f o r t t o c o r r e c t false v i e w s of t h e c o l l e g e
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bob,
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honors during the,
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second semester.
which
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F r e d e r i c k W . C r u m b , ' 3 0 , is t r y i n g
to sign u p several good t e a m s . "
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M i s - H e l e n M c C a f f r e y of l l o n - i c k
balls w a s a weekend guest recently
at i hi S i g m a T h e l a s o r o r i t y b o u s e .
Receives Faculty M e m b e r s
Tin L a m b d a s o r o r i t y w e l c o m e - i n t o
h o n o r a r y m e m b e r s h i p D r . M a r i o n !"..
S m i t h , a s s i s t a n t p r o f e s s o r of F r e n c h :
M i - s J e a n n e ! ' . S m i t h , s u p e r v i s o r of
social s t u d i e s in M i l n e Mini, s c h o o l ;
and M i - s ( i r a c e Mai tin, a r t i n s t r u c t o r in t h e M i l n e H i g h s c h o o l .
Sorority Entertains
F u r c l t a I,!..yd, ' 2 9 , s p e n t last w e e k e n d a t the P h i D e l t a s o r o r i t y b r u i s e .
V i r g i n i a M a x t o r , '2'), a n d E d n a A b bott visited t h e h o u s e o n S a t u r d a y .
Welcomes N e w Members
Fsi
Gamma
steel,
'31, into
welcomes
Mac
Hone-
full
membership.
Marriages
Announced
I'si G a m m a a n n o u n c e s t h e
r i a g e of Z c h n a G o r m a n , '26, t o
S j o h e r g of F.rie, I ' e n n s l v v a n i a ;
of H e l e n S t o n e . e x - ' 2 " , t o R o y
ehiiuachic, liinghainton,
marRoy
and
Au-
Frank Ott Is Forming
Troubadours Orchesha
An orchestra under the direction of
F r a n k O i l , ' 3 1 , is b e i n g f o r m e d bv
ihe T r o u b a d o u r s , a c c o r d i n g t o M m
K e n n e d y , '3D, p r e s i d e n t .
Kennedy
announces
that
Dr. T
F r e d e r i c k I I . C a n d l v n , h e a d of t h e
Music department
is c o n s i d e r i n g
a
c l a - s in c h o r u s s i n g i n g f o r m e n . Ii
nia.v m e e t s e c o n d s e m e s t e r .
CALENDAR
Today
S inlcut a - c i i i b l v .
11:111 A
M
A u d i t o r i u m , L a g , hall,
1) •Ita O m e g a , l a n c e .
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boils,
Tomorrow
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in o r
hall
II o l o g v
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w a v.
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II ip.
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1 iv i i n i a - i i i i n
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Sunday
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chili
hike
al
ol S t a l e S i . a n d I r l a d 2:.'ll 1*. M .
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M
D i s c u s s i o n gr Hip.
Lounge.
Tuesday
\.Kne- d Dramatics das
Audit ' H u m ,
I'agc h a l l .
IV M
ll
Wednesday
. ( ai d l v n c o n c e r t .
1.(111 I . M .
Ro ui
lav
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2H.
Thursday
M i l h e i n tlics club m e e t i n g . R " l i l t
101.
7:30 ! ' . M .
STATE COLLEGE NEW8, NOVEMBER 15: ItfUO
Y.M.C.A. TO HAVE
DISCUSSION GROUP
IN LOUNGE SUNDAY
Elected President
A discussion group will be concluded by the Young Men's Christian
association Sunday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock in the Lounge in Page hall.
All men of the college are invited to
attend, according to Warren R. Cochrane, '30, president.
Women May Have 3 Forensic
Contests If Present
Plans Mature
The discussion will he part of a
regular meeting of the Y. M. C. A.
It will be led by Mr. Horace Reed,
newly appointed general secretary oi
the Albany Central Y. M. C. A. The
meeting will last about one hour,
Cochrane said. The subject will be
announced later.
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ANNA T. MOORE IS INFORMAL
DANCE TONIGHT IS
Examination Tomorrow
AT
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Anna T. Moore, '30, who announces schedule for women's
debate teams.
Y.M.C.A. Keeps Program
Despite Budget Deficit
"Although our drive fur money has
netted us Sl.i less than what we have
hoped for, the budget of the Young
Men's Christian association will not
le reduced," Harold llaswell, '32,
treasurer, announced today.
"In order to compensate for the
deficiency, strict economy will be introduced. In former years we have
fallen short of the amount called for
by the budget but we have managed,
ami this year will lie no exception,"
llaswell continued.
WELCOMES MEMBER
Heta / e t a welcomes into honorary
membership Dr. Olive li. W'hcatoii,
.'.~-i-1;1111 college physician,
Anna T. Moore, '30, has been
elected president of the Debate
council, it was announced today.
She replaces Louis J. Wolner, '30,
who resigned because of an excess
number of extra-curricular activity
points.
Wolner was elected vicepresident.
Tentative plans have been made
for the formation of two women's
varsity debate teams.
They wi
prodably be chosen before the
Christmas holidays. Miss Moore
said.
Debates will be scheduled with
Yassar, F.huira, and the College of
St. Rose, if council plans culminate,
according to Miss Moore.
Dates
for these debates are now being arranged.
T h e debate council voted to accept a challenge for the men's team
to debate Amherst college, according to Miss Moore. T h e contest
will probably take place some time
during the second semester.
At
present, plans do not call for a return debate with the University of
I'ittsburgh.
The team will, however, journey to Hamilton college,
for a return debate.
Boulevard
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Milk benefits b y everything
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The freshman treasury now contains $2(6 dollars paid by eighty-five
mi mbers of the class, according to J.
P.rnee I'ilbv, treasurer,
BOULEVARD DAIRY CO., Inc.
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T e a m s to represent the college
will be chosen bv competitive trials
before each debate. Miss Moore
Yearling Players
Get Basketball Suits
Six n,embers were pledged to
\Ipha Phi Gamma, national honorary journalistic fraternity, Tuesday in a service conducted in tin
lounge room. They will be initi.itcil Tuesday, November -<>. according to W a r r e n k. Cochrane.
'3(1, p'residcrir: '
I'he pledge member* are lieverh
Diamond, Adolph Scholl, Manila
Smith, and Mildred Hawk-, seni o r s Helen Otis and N'elta Miller,
juniors.
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An informal gathering of- men will
be at the Kappa Delta Rho house,
480 Morris street, tonight at 7:30
o'clock.
Entertainments and refreshments
comprise the program. Fifty men of
students and facultv will attend.
association ol deans. This morning the entire group will discuss
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Newman (dub's first
quarterly
communion breakfast will he Sunday. November 24, it was announced at a meeting Tuesday
night.
Member will receive communion at the greater Grotto of St.
Vincent de Paul's church at 0
o'clock, and the breakfast will be
in the Academy of Holy Names at
1(1 o'clock.
Freshmen, for whom this is the
first breakfast, will he guests of
tippcri lassmen, according to Mary
Dyer, '3(1, president of the club.
"Members of the club who wish
to subscribe for Newman News
m a c sign up at the table in front
of the bulletin board," Miss Dyer
-aid.
All students who have not taken
intelligence tests at State college will
take one in room 20 of Richards hall
tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock,
according to Dr., Elizabeth H. Morris, assistant professor of education.
The majority of those who will
take the test are students who have
transferred from other colleges! Dr.
Morris said. All students who enter
State college take the test in the beginning of the freshman year.
Miss Pierce Is Today
At Meeting Of Deans AT VAN DYK'S NEW
I lean Anna I''.. Pierre is. today at
LUNCHENETT
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Newman Club To Have
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Delta- Omega sorority will conduct
an informal house dance tonight.
Kussel La Grange's orchestra will
furnish the music. Mr. William G.
Kennedy, assistant professor of chemistry, and Mrs. Kennedy will be the
chaperones.
Those who are planning to attend
include: Mary Nelson, '30, and Wal-'
ter Hardacre, '31; Catherine R, Norris, '31, and Frederick Wyatt, Union
college: Eleanor Stephenson, '30, and
Edward Brim, R, I5. I.; Magdalene
Erench, '32, and Theodore MacKIwain, Union college.
Jewell Johnson. '31, and Newell'
Benedict, Union; Bernice Gilbert, '30,
and Herbert Sloan, Schenectady;
Marion Bcehler, '30, and Marvin
Cairns, Albany Law school; Beatrice
Villi Steenhtirgh, '31, and Robert Carson, Union.
Julia Eista, '32, and Franklin Jameson. Pennsylvania university; Marion
Smith, '31, and James MacGregor,
R, P. I.: Elizabeth Schrauth, "31, and
Herbert Armstrong. Union; Ethel
Smith, '31. and Herbert Reynolds, R.
P. [.; Dorothy Abrams, '31. and
Perry Williams. Albany Law school.
Elizabeth Burdett, '31, and John
Pcttijohn. Schenectady: Helen Henderson, '31, and James Axel, R. P. 1.;
Jean Gillespy, '31, and Horace Myers,
'31 ; Margaret Sherman, '32, and
Robert Keegan, Union; Arditb Down,
'31, and Donald Wolfe. R. P. I.:
Ruth Isherwood, '32. and Herbert
l-'ingar, R. P. I.
Elizabeth Jackson. '32, and James
Personius, Union; and Louise Trask,
'311. and Robert Ted lord, Williams
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STATE COLLEGE HEWS, NOVEMBER 15, 1989
I.S.F.L ELECTION
TO BE NEXT WEEK
RINGS TO CONFORM Freshman-Sophomore 110 Students Sign For
Rivalry To Begin Soon Open Forum Program
TO STANDARD SET
Rivalry between the sophomore
IN FORMER YiARSand freshman classes will begin One hundred and ten students
Witt Talk
"The junior class rings will conform to the standard style followed
in former years, but the shank will
be different," Anne Savercool, '31,
chairman of the ring committee,
announced today.
Thre« M«n And Two Women
Are Candidates Named
By Student Body
Sunday, December 1, according to
the freshman handbook.
Each
class must possess a banner by that
time.
A committee has been appointed
to purchase the freshman banner
according to Thorley E. DuRose,
president of the freshman class.
The committee includes: Frances
McMahon, chairman; Ralph R.
Reinhart, Dorothy Cronk, Mary
Gill, and Charles Juckett. The
men of each class will have charge
of their respective banners during
the first semester. The women will
assume charge for the second
semester.
One of the classes will challenge
the other to either a debate or a
sing some time during the first two
months of the second semester, according to interclass rivalry rules.
have signed up for the 1929-1930
Open Forum program to be conducted at the Jewish Community Center, according to Emanuel Green,
'30, who has obtained tickets at
reduced rates for State college students.
Tickets have been distributed
during the week to all students who
signed up. Others may obtain
tickets from Green.
The State college delegate to the
conference of the National Student
Federation of America will be choAlthough several designs have
sen in assembly December 6 and
been submitted and some special
will leave for the convention in
rings are being made up, no deCalifornia, sometime in January,
cision has been reached yet, she
according to Marion E. Botto,
said. Some rings will be chosen
president of the student association.
.
shortly after Thanksgiving vacation
Five students were nominated m
and submitted to Myskania for apassembly last week by the student
proval, according to Miss Savercouncil.
The delegate will be
cool.
chosen from Warren R. Cochrane,
Later, they will be presented to
HAIR DRESSERS
'30 Wilhelmina Schneider, Caththe
class which will choose the ring
erine Norris, Russell W. Ludlum,
Permanent
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only scientific methods and
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Pour
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the best preparations obtainCochrane is the only senior to be
contract. They are: Warren Rahsc
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able.
Company, which obtained the conEcho, president of the Young Men's
HAS FACULTY TEA
R. Louis Facial and all
Professor Jesse F. Stinard tract last year, Wallace Gleason,
Christian association, and president
Kappa Delta sorority conducted a other branches of Beauty
of Alpha Phi Gamma, honorary who will describe a trip he Elliott, and Skillcrafter companies.
faculty tea from 4 until 6 o'clock Culture.
journalistic fraternity. He has sev- made last summer,
last Sunday. Members of sororities
eral times served as a delegate for
Biology Club To Have and
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Intersorority council were in- SO N. Pearl St.
the local Y. M. C. A.
vited.
Miss Schneider is secretary of
"Yankee
Doodle"
Hike
the Debate council and has been Spanish Club To Meet
The biology club is going on a
PRESENT YOUR PHOTOGRAPH ON PERSONAL
active in dramatics and committee
Yankee Doodle" hike Sunday afterCHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS
December 3 In College noon,
work. She is also a member of the
according to Esther Waters,
Secured at Half Rates with Coupons Sold at the
women's varsity debate team.
Professor Jesse F. Stinard of the '30, president of the club. Students
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Miss Norris is vice-president of Spanish department will address the will meet at corner of State street
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Tuesday, December 3 at 4:15 o'clock, 20 cents for carfare, Miss Waters
Ludlum has twice served his class according to Beatrice McCarty, '30, said. The distance and the destinaas president and has been active in president of the club.
tion will be known only when they
committee work this year. He has
Professor Stinard will describe a
served three years on the staff of trip he made last summer. All mem- get there, she declared.
the Directory.
bers of Spanish club are urged to be
' 'Dependable Flowers''
Newcomb is a member of the present, Miss McCarty said.
Open Saturday Evening Until 9 P. M.
men's varsity debate team and has
The last regular meeting of the
We Telegraph Flowers to all
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The State college representative present. After the social session,
^ " " " * The Famous I
will exchange ideas with delegates games were played and refreshments
from other colleges and will report served.
on his findings to the student association upon his return from the
convention.
DRUGS
NAMES LION DATE
The next issue of the Lion, Wednesday, November 27, will be a
Thanksgiving holiday number, according to Margaret J. Steele, '30,
editor in chief.
"Contributions
should try to mirror this idea," she
said.
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