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StateCollege News
Vol. X I V
STATE
No. 20
MAY OPEN LINCOLN I
UNIVERSITY IN 1934
COLLEGE
FOR TEACHERS,
B S
ALBANY,
N . Y., FRIDAY
MAKCH
7,
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues.
1930
MYSKANIA RULING
ON DISPUTE ASKED
20 MEN NEDDED
WHEELOCK PRIZE YEARLY
TO COACH
T h e VV'heelock s c h o l a r s h i p , given
Trustees W i l l Have B u i l d i n g
Plans Finished In 1931,
Dr. Metzler Says
T h e first class in (lie new Abraham
Lincoln
university
will
meet
in 1934
it all Hie plans under way are successfully
completed,
William
according
11. Metzler,
who
to Dean
was
by
tile
cipals
associated
of New
academic
York
State,
in the opinion of the
faculty,
will
he awarded
winning-
student
elimination,
bacber
President
announced
member
A. R. Bru-
Metzler,
erected
and the actual
in 193J.
be erected
the
The
area
to
character
will
county in
of New
because of the accessibility
international
Dean
buildings
buildings
in Westchester
metropolitan
city,
according
York
and
candi-
T h e lists
in t h e h a n d s of a s m a l l e r c o m m i t t e e
ulty.
of m e m b e r s
They,
in turn,
present
Professor
tary
The
(irimdhofcr,
scholarship
received,
amount
the
subscription
for j ciirls'
h a s n o t yet been
scholarship
t o $100 for the fust
Thomson,
Jones,
i iation lax for the college year.
The
secre-
of
'30, president
association,
after
illttlED
Kd-
of the
Arthur
Xeweomb, and
lo
failure,
reach
hy both
suitable
both
adjudication
organizations,
settlement.
in all cases of disagreements
My-
boards, according
tions
to article
1-h, of the student
among
VI, sec-
association
constitution.
Dr. Hrubacher said.
Motto. '30, president of the studen. asT h e n a m e of t h e winner of t h e
sociatiou, in response to a vote ol t h e ,
s c h o l a r s h i p will b e a n n o u n c e d on
Commencement
D a y in J u n e , he student assembly last week.
The desire for an investigation for]
when
between
skania is given power of final decision
Charles Lyons, j u n i o r ,
T h e com- ffhirp
a w a r d , inittee was appointed hy Marion K r c ' " ^
started
O • "B/)SCH-
Alfred D . B a s c h , '31, c h a i r m a n
of t h e c o m m i t t e e which visited
State officials this week t o seek
a fence lor t h e c a m p u s .
Klhcl
will
conditions
disagreement
boards was presented for
of the committee.
'30, chairman,
Lawrence
last
Undents who have not paid the asso-
who can
bureau, has
is composed
Athletic
of finance
to publish a list of the names of those
twenty
M. Sayles,
the report
committee
dent.
t h e entire
John
of t h e placement
board
decision upon the refusal of the NKWS
the placement
both teach and coach,
W ard
Since
year
student
night appealed to Myskania to pass a
for men graduates
requests
of t h e fac-1 verified
will
every
their r e c o m m e n d a t i o n s to the presi-
of the neigh-! " i e
borhood.
This location will give the
advantage of both country and city
The Abraham Lincoln foundation will
CMiilrol the development of the surrounding section to obtain architectural harmony and a cultured environment,
to n o m i n a t e
that
The
col-
to light the
fact
of these n o m i n a t i o n s will be placed
composed
lege has already brought
Board O f Finance Appeals
Refuseal To Print List
Of Non-Tax Payers
to iuvesti
in Stale
bureau receives approximately
t h e faculty
d a t e s for t h e s c h o l a r s h i p .
1931
appointed
conditions
of
sity.
in
gate athletic
today.
will
be asked
Edward Thomson Supervises
C o m m i t t e e Investigating |
Athletic Affairs
t o t h e ; A committee
by a process of
cently appointed trustee of the univer-
pleted
the
administrator
re- livery
Plans for the buildings will be com-
printo
junior m a n w h o will m a k e the best
c
-
CQMMITTEF
CUiWiWII I C C
GAINS
nn
ASSURANCE
CT A TT OlinnfMnT
OF STATE
A bill
Kutherford I the
SUPPORT
appropriating
constrilelion
$10,000 for
of a fence
'fhe student board of finance would
not state for publication reasons for
requesting the NKWS to print the list
of names.
'Ibis is the first time in four \ c i r s
that the NKWS has refused lo pt'i'dish
the names of students who have not
paid the association tax
'fhe NKWS
is departing from the policy of former
years because it regards the publication
of personal business,
without
around
The registration for the first vear
will be M student.,,
h a d , .war", as j £ VeteranS
Will
PlttX
Maker, athletic coach, Miggested coach- t h e Stale college c a m p u s will be
J
another class enters, J01) more stuing classes lor the me i a- a possible j introudced al once in both the asdents » i l | be added mini l-'OO are in I
las(
Came TomOnOU)
elllhlv
the university.
I he course will be
|H.d.d,o)ished. The coach said that | k . f , i s | . l U n . l , h j S l , , a t , „ . w i | | i ; m l T | upon the printing ol nan,
BY A I . Si HOOK
si.\ years, undergraduate and graduCaptain
Richard
Wbisloii and ;il vast eight mi , could let p S l t l l l l l S I'iM'iie of the t h i r t i e t h district i
ate, during which all expenses of the
int.
Allan
will
play
their
last .• u i \ i ,ir il lhe\ , onld in III l e . l li an 1
students, iruni room ami hoard to pin
! lowing a s s u r a n c e of support offi red
S o m e Cannot P a y
Ci. However, the ui.i ll's e tiniale
inouc.c, will he luriii-hed hy the uni- basketball g a m e lor Stal
\iii*i- . u i T i i o I. '31, junior niemlo
the
lem
e
commit
tec
by
m
e
m
b
e
r
s
night when t h e Purple
vcrsity.
.'sone oi i ,, -indents u | | | \K t o m o r r o w
modest, as 1
'rofc.-sor Savli s said
wa
I er of the hoard of finance, who disand
Cold
live
.
lashes
with
the
New
!
ol
the
l
e
g
i
s
l
a
t
u
r
e
.
permitted to work outside the college.
L hat approximately
twent)
request
agreed with the -land taken by the
Jersey
L a w School quintet in a
fhe c o m m i t t e e saw bberly Hut
E i g h t y F r o m U . S.
for such men are received each year. |
r e t u r n e n c o u n t e r in t h e final g a m e
cliiusoii, c h a i r m a n ol the ways and board, dei l a n d in an unofficial stateSubstitution of coaching classes for
Several
problems
must
still be
'•- of t h e season on t h e Page hall
means c o m m i t t e e of t h e assembly, ment to the \ i v -. "Il -indents do
the men to (ill this demand will mean
solved before the mi: v c r s i t y c a n begin
Cl>url
; i t H : 1 5 0-c|oCk.
T|K.hl.
t w 0
and C h a r l e s J. I lewilt, c h a i r m a n of uol waul to join the association, that
more work for Coach Baker
It will
to function, iuo-ii;, tlio.e oi organiz,
men have been a m o n g t h e leading
llie finance <
inittee of the senate, is up to itiiiii They i annul be forced.
also mean, that more nun oj the gradlion, according to Dr. Metzler. T h e
players on the varsity for the past
Monday night.
T h e y were unable However, if they do not want to heselection ol il.e students I- one ofthree y e a r s and their loss will be uating class will have an opportunity
lo see the g o v e r n o r the same night come members, they should signify
for the belter salaried iobs, the coach I
these.
I hese will come from all thekeenly' felt.
because be bad n o n e t o New York, their intention at first •.. dial llie hudbelieves.
civilized countries ol the earth, in the
There
T h e New J e r s e y live succeeded
but spoke t o his secretary, Guern- gel can he made up properly.
proportion, of Nil from the United in t u r n i n g back State 4-1-37, when
"I believe that any man who can sey T . Cross, on T u e s d a y .
is no doubt thai some people cannot
Stales and lit) Irom oilier countries. they met in t h e early p a n of last both teach and coach can set his
A new m e m b e r , D o r o t h y D u i c y , afford lo pay the student tax, and they
rvice. at a higher premium and gel
In order to m.ike selection possible, m o n t h on S t a t e ' s a n n u a l New York
'33. was added to t h e c o m m i t t e e should not he penalized for that.
it will he ncre-sar\ to have a large trip, ' f h e g a m e was closely fought " t l i a n "» 1 ' who cannot coach, all other before t h e visit to t h e legislature
"'fhe group at whom the finance
crew oi held men who will watch the t h r o u g h o u t , t h e score al t h e end tbmgs being equal,' Prolessor Saylc, Miss Durey k n o w s Mr. H u t c h i n s o n
hoard is aiming, 1 believe, i- comstudents in all countries.
These men of t h e first b a h being lu >5 w i t h , declared.
personally a n d v o l u n t e e r e d her ser- posed of students who do not pay
will judge the students mi character the Law School holding on to t h e ]
At the present time lour requests vices on t h e c o m m i t t e e .
Il w a stheir siudeul tax, but borrow the tax
ami scholarship, basing their rc.mn- one point lead.
Slate weakened in I ''ir men who can leach and coach have largely t h r o u g h h e r influence Ihat tickets of others to attend performnieiidatioii.s oil personal observation. the latter part of t h e contest and ' been bled with the placement bureau, M i , H u t c h i n s o n ' s help was enlisted,
iii! <-. given by the student association
The\
will gel recommendations from failed t o halt their o p p o n e n t s , t h c D o a r h l ! : l l a ' r l , : l * received several rt
according M Alfred I), liasch, '31, Public alion of names does not hit
combination
proving
t o o quests, lull he said ihat he had avail- c h a i r m a n of the c o m m i t t e e .
prim ipals while die bovs are still in forward
them ncarh so nu, h .,• it hits the
able niil\ two men whom he could
high school, and will iheu lollow their s t r o n g ,
T h e bill will K" immediately lo group who cannot afford the lax "
H o w e v e r State has once more hit honestl\ recommend ;>- qualified for the c o m m i t t e e s on wa\ s and means
careers for several w a r s to have a
winning
stride,
and in t h e ] the work,
c
peienl basis | , , r linn
judgments its
C a n n o t Vote T a x
and finance after being introduced,
w r i t e r ' s opinion is sure to add t h e
It is tin need lor coaching classes and its p a s s a g e w ill depi ud a greal
C h a r a c t e r I s Basis
Dr. David S. I lute bison, professor
New
J
e
r
s
e
y
I
a
w
y
e
r
s
t
o
its
list
ofi.'md
general
athletic
.
bliou,
ol
the
deal
on
t
h
e
r
e
p
o
r
t
s
of
these
emu
I In students w ill lie selected on a
of v iveriimenl. in ' • nunc nli g mi the
victims and wind up its season in College thai will be thoroughly in- i n d i c e s .
L t h e bill is passed by Deal a-pect
oi the utualiou, -aid.
I w-liguted li\ the committee.
'fhe;, the legislature, n will go to the
'I'm \ inn l h.uc mi. ;li- mal promise ,, blaze oi Kliirv.
"Sim e ibis i - a • t:it<- in- litutioii, il i| will re m l mi their rei oininendalioiis g o v e r n o r for his approval.
and an aptitude lor • . inpaihetic up- '
' —" '
t.. the -indent assoi iation as soon a
Al that lime, the fence i oinuiit
the student a -m iation - intuit
lh.e work has keen
plele I, M i .
tee will again
go t o t h e capilol j ^ " , ' ^ . | •,-,,'.'," '\'u[-\
wile a request
Hollo -aid.
lo pre.se.il the S t a l e college case t o , • . , ' t j , „ ;,
-I ( i n i i p i I p a >
the g o v e r n o r .
I hev have been - '
Mired an a u d i e n c e with Mi. Ko
^ir\uiui:,; •;:;;:; ir:-:: :£ Dramatic ciass piay
l
z m z:;Xrv];;;ir:;zia
M'/ Be Tuesday Night ,;-i!
i ,i bli ol
; anotherl pla\
the graduates
the', pi-'-enl
*""' * " K i / u m c i
< i/ I U I H
:.'"- -willu be
'::"•'
".- ' ^i»«I..J'!L
::!:::i::r ..;.lraMTuesda\
,^Hn..:lnight
^,.ril!al
Dr.
Brubacher
To
Talk
expected lo return j ' C 1 5 ,.'c lo, 1- „i the auditor,inn
ol
Rpforf
AlbatlV
FoYUm
Mr. Cross.
M |,j„ s e c r e t a r y ,
twien a siudeul who did not waul n.
" , T " , " " u " ' ' i ' '", , ' ' " ' i,""u ! 'i'i" I ' pa\ and the student as-ocialioii, and
iiiiii.nl,,, where the* will " ^ c hall,
under
lb, d i r e linn m
OVWTC
HlUUUy
I UIUHI -„•,. li;,^.c-li. \ \ alter Driscoll, \ \ libel |
I this Uoroth) P.riiiiniei. '311
I he , a-l in
Pre -ul.nl
A K. Hrubacher
will I mina Sell
ler, N'ella Miller, Kalh | -talc- edii, alio,i ilepartuieiit, 1 fee I - u r i
uabhshn
Ceorg,
The Individual t liild in, erine \ ' i
Doroths -peak
hides: I
that the attormw - of llu depa' Imeiit
,1 M i - - | ) i
Ihe board ,,i i r u - n ,
,.i il.e urn- M Iraudow. Alfred P.as.li, ami h'.dward The Publi, .School" at Alba,IN IV
w add dee ide ,u the -indent's favor.
\ , , ilc v..,- i|n| appoiuled h\ llu echl- ! ' '-horn, junioi . and Ixathc-riuc Mel pies' foruiii in llie ha-teru Mar ha
" \ s far as a libel -nil go, - . llu
i.clioiial ad\isor\
coiuniitiee, as was I knap and Iwi'ril Paul In - -ophoiuores, comer l a r k street and Hudson av
\iwwould ceitainlv
l n - r if it
staled in die X i ' u - la 1 week, bill hy and I hamuli! C u w r , .13.
nue, Sunda> aile
u al 3 15.,'elo,
' '
sued In a student
1 l
p
u
l
X
Hi, loundalioii.
k o \ i mils, president '
"The |.l.i\ i- ,i serious one," said I he admission is irec
,,i the loiindal
, had the idea cjf j M o - I'.riiuuier, " T h e scene o l tin
I h-c u - u in b\ the a i i d i e u . , w i l l h
Yoik Slat,
de-fuiition oi libel ii
M e m b e r s ol llie siudeul associa
i,, muling i In- : u , o , , m ,,,i more than I'l.iv , - hod in a h ' u - i . r i prison"
low the address.
hide- i idicttliiicj a person or bring
P P ' " l uiinil\
n i l \ lo
lo i | u , | i | n |
. l i - p n t e and p r i m i n g
ten w a r . ace.mime lo I Ir. Metzler,
,
Hindu
bear Sell) J.
ild , i in, in d, i llu- bead
I ri
1
,l ,ll
-iiielenl in a s s e m b l y today i
wmilel he re-ponsible "
.
,.
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l i n g to W a r r e n
K. Cochrane, m .
r-s |
lurlhd.o, I 1 '."'
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,,, their
I i le.uh
Hindu To Talk Today
In Student Assembly »•••;';; V, L .''''u^-. ,7.?. :'K./', u.'..i ^
!::',',,: ,!:""", :
,:,,.';..:. , i"!' ".. R e s i d e n c e I lull Will Finish Sororities,
According
I o Decision In D e b a t e Class! ,„,-i,i,,,t ,„ ,i„. vouuM M.H- „
. . t ,, ,
T
ii;
U/'ll C
I hi
pioii.nl
new re uleii.e- hall of dress, , erlaiu forms of dancing, an
Mahain
waids
will l e m
ci.risiian
asM.ciation.
M
r
id
tour
men
Are Named
C
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d
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m
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a
n
leader
in
an
Conference
Delegates
two Women Will Sing
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Ulll mnl, „,
. i i i i m p i i n n i . huh.i
i Uriii-.li
]
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1
For ssooo Radio Pme —•,
• „, ,,„ '|I--'"\^^;.^;:;;,;:' ^:M' ;!,1!!:; :. !!„, u ' I n peaceful llie.ills l i e
Kenneth Miller
m
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II,
| In ,
I n , will
I il,.-. Wale,
'.in and I lorotli J « l u ' " ' " " " '
" l m ' " '' ' U ' ' " ' hoii-iu.: pi,.1,1, in w hi. h was llie c h i d '\ . . , , , , , ; Men'- and S'oung W o m e n ' s
, • , , | S |.. H
I the model
111,, „|.,w, '31. will
p. Ii in Ihe ihs-'ioiidu, led m l h ,
kiieh-h 1| ,k,-- i n , e x , us, i o i l h . exi-lcn, e o
i,
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to
be con, , , i ,-luini,ili-ui •-uigine mutest lor a I Dr Harold W
lb
p.on ,,i - a, --,a |
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oln
u ,i
liege in Pennliri.e
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SENIOR
INSTRUCTS
I p n h l u . Ihal llie\ l e u d i k.-ep t h e l i e - h n u i . In m
H I K E It; T O M O R R O W
>onii,.|
is w o i k l n g f o r
u
,1 llu,
A ten mile bike will he coiidui led lo loim
\ \ ill .luiiiia Sebesta, '.'.0, is conductI
I " " l I Ins Ph D degree
! l oll 11
, in... i.ilu and uperlicinl j ihat serenities are ll
lo t h e A l b u m
airpoi I t o m o r r o w ,
"
i menus m l
M , | ,lw.,nl- lias preached from ing the in...Kin drama class, h'nglish
de, lured ihal
sororities maculate Irishmen ai
Klhcl Ciiuiilhoic . .ill, pic sideul of
I o, in
U e Iheu, t o ; m u m
Siueiican
tuilpils ami has
K, in Ihe absence of Miss Agnes butthe C , Is' Athletic .,--oi•iation, an- | are in
d bad and lend lo sup- , throw nil their pr.
uany P o l a r y clubs, con- terer, assistant professor of l-'nglish.
d lodav
' I h e group
will press iiidn, n l u a h n .
He proved ihal and lake on lb. broadei lollegiak V e"tion.s a n d conferences on con who is on leave uf absence which her
i.Here al -' o'clock
L e r l a i n sororities alTeil icrt,
nodes I aspect.
' ditious ill India.
plivsicimi advised
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 7, 1930
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A NEEDED ORGANIZATION
Emotions Should Not Be Single Guide,
In Selection Of Wife, Dr. Navor Says
T h e N E W S welcomes t o t h e campus'/the
Graduate
If r i g h t l y c o n d u c t e d , this n e w o r students association,
ganization c a n become more than excess baggage, T h e
"Emotions should not b ethe only
.ssociation will b r i n g t o g e t h e r student's w h o will .be a b l e g u i d e i n t h e p r o p e r s e l e c t i o n o f a
.u h e l p e a c h o t h e r i n t h e s o l u t i o n of p r o b l e m s w h i c h t h e y c o m p a n i o n in • . m a r r i a g e , " s a i d D r .
lave e n c o u n t e r e d in t h e teaching
field.
I n t e r c h a n g e o f J a m e s VV. M a v o r t o a g r o u p o f
opinion will h e l p u n r a v e l s o m e of t h e l a r g e r p u z z l e s .
c o l l e g e m e n in a l e c t u r e a t t h e C o l In addition, t h e association will u n i t e s t u d e n t s into a l e g e h o u s e .
T h ediscussion w a s
social g r o u p .
F o r m e r l y unorganized, t h e g r a d u a t e stu- t h e s e c o n d of i t s k i n d
conducted
dents looked like lost sheep, s t r a y i n g a m o n g u n d e r g r a d - b y
t h e Young
Men's
Christian
uate students w h o passed them by because they were ttn- a s s o c i a t i o n
in i t s m a r r i a g e
relaaiown.
Social intercourse c a n rightfully become a b y - t i o n s h i p course.
D r . Mavor
lecp r o d u c t of a p r i m a r y p u r p o s e of t h e a s s o c i a t i o n .
tured o n t h e eugenical aspects of
marriage,
laying particular
stress
on candidaates for marriage.
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i n flies a n d o t h e r s m a l l
animals.
Dr. Mavor demonstrated t h e huge
possibilities in e u g e n i c a l m a r r i a g e s .
H e emphasized the need for proper
cross-breeding
in h u m a n
beings,
a n d t h e necessity for scientific a p p l i c a t i o n i n t h e field o f m a t r i m o n y .
T h e c o u r s e in m a r r i a g e r e l a t i o n ship is being conducted in conjunction with a similar course
being
given at t h e Central Y o u n g
Men's
Christion Association, according t o
I s r a e l K a p l a n , '30, c h a i r m a n of t h e
c o m m i t t e e of a r r a n g e m e n t s . T h e
l e c t u r e s a r c free t o t h e m e n of t h e
college.
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Question: Should a n y traditions
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at State college b e abolished?
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M a r c h 7. 1930
:
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of t h e d e s o l a t i o n of h e r life.
Margaret
Cussler,
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I I'Votn t h i s s c e n e w e a r e c a r r i e d h a c k I n I ' h a r l o U e l l a l don't think a n v Iradilions
should
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domineering
he a b o l i s h e d , b e c a u s e S l a t e c o l l e g e
; i i m t h c r . ' S h e h a d b e e n a r o m a n t i c a n d pu.ssihh a s o n i c
HIT D E N T S I N T O i'AJ M E N T
n e e d , a l l t h e I r a d i l i o n s it h a s . It
u b a l stupid \ , n i n g girl.
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is t r a d i t i o n t h a t m a k e s t h e b i g g e r
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slllllll
t e e n m u c h m o r e i n c l i n e d In r e b e l a g a i n s t t h e i r i n n t h e r ' s
colleges what they a r e .
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o n e of t h e p o w e r s g r a n t e d l o it a s a j u d i c i a l b o d e . T h l u r i n t o a r o i n a u c e a n d m a r r i a g e w h i c h h e r m o t h e r c o n - a f a i r l y s u c c e s s f u l o n e a n d
R o s a l i e K a r p e l , ' 3 3 : N o . It g i v e s
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sidered h i u h h unsuitable, a n d which llealrix herself soon r e v e a l e d t h e i r a b i l i t y a n d
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T h e b o a r d of finance is nol p r e s s i n g i t s c a s e t h r o u g h any I little,
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c o n g r a t u l a t i o n s a r e o w e d l o all t h eor else strictly enforced.
t h e p r o c e d u r e is b e i n g s c r a p p e d w i t h s o m e r e a s o n . T h e
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p r i v a t e business should n o t become public gossip.
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w i l l s e e t h a t p u b l i c a t i o n is i l l e g a l , a n d it w i l l n o t fail t a s t e , t o g e t h e i w i t h a g e n t l e h u m o r , a s o r t of a r c h s l y t o c o n s i d e r t h a i a d e c i s i o n i n f a v o r of t h e h o a r d of n e s s t h a t m a r k t h e p o e m s o l " S o n n e t s b r u m A L o c k
finance will open t h e w a y f o r a l a w suit.
H O N " should win for t h e author many a reader.
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shown
their
willingness
to keep I h e
L o u n g e in g o o d o r d e r .
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M. the
committee will continue to
function," (ireen
said.
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S T A T E COLLEGE N E W S , MARCH 7, 1930
'31 TO MEET '33
FOR CHAMPIONSHIP
THEY TEST "IDEAL N U R S E P E U S O N A L I T \
Savercool, '31, Chairman of t h e junior ring committee. T h e rings will
' e delivered about
t w o weeks
efoie Moving-up day so that any
mistakes can be rectified before
Moving-up day when the juniors
wear them for the first time, Miss
Savercool said.
Juniors Earn Right To Play
By Defeating Seniors
In Last Game
T h e champion junior class basket-1 |l;
bull team will nice! the freshm
five t o m o r r o w nighl for the cha
pionship of the college in the p
liminary game at 7:15 o'clock
the gymnasium of I'age hall.
T h e junior team earned the rij,
to plav the freshnieu team In • J f ^ l l ^ , • r fl ""
defeating .he sen,,,-. ll-\ 7 la-, ! | |
S a t u r d a y night, in the preliminary ! ^WimlMWxl
g a m e to the W e b b Institute con-
te8t.
PENDANT AND ASH
215 Juniors Ordered
TRAY FAVORS ARE
Class Rings For Spring
T w o hundred fifteen juniors have
FOR 1932 SOIREE
ordered rings, according to Anne
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j Nursing Standard Set By Psycholcgy;
field
Dr. South Aids In & Gauging Essentials
T h e seniors scored first mi a
goal by Israel Kaplan, w h o was ;I
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Or. Earl B. South, assistant prolessor ol education, and Mrs. (,e„
f „
s h o r t l y followed by hi-, t e a m m a t e ^ . . ^ y {.]:ty]^
,„..,,.„,,,„. ;„ M u , o r y j„ n U r s e s ' training schools, win
1
E d w a r d T h o m s o n , putting t h e m i n a R . eo-oiieraling on a studv to discover good eharacterislics in nurse-.
the lead. T h e juniors then .cored
Women ol lonioirow who would | cal make up, etc
I'erMmality is
on baskets by Kus.sell l.tidluin and . u , . m | {\u. ,,.„„ w | , j u . ,-,,,,, a m | the '"oniplex blend of eharacterislics, m
a sense the v. hide -inn ol an imli
Myron Kolodny but the seniors ; . n ; , k U
s t a r . h e d u n i l o n i , 'of th
vidual's reactive tendencies."
maintained
their advantage and )M|( . M . U ] , , ,_,. fu-!.<.• 11<U-111 upon psy
"In examination of the '>S pro
were ahead at ihe end ol the lir ' ehological l o t s lor entrance to
1
bationary students from the Albain
q u a r t e r ll- ).
ho-piial n . i , r u m classes, a scientific
and Si. I'cter's hospital- used in
T h e second hall Marled with l
- n u h now being made by Dr. Karl
this experiment, ii was found that
seniors increasing their -core, when |, ^uiith
a---,slant professor of
()•) per cent ol them were high
T h o m s o n made a held ba-ket and ,,],„.'.,, j, „, ' , , n , | u',. s ('„. l u . v ievc Y.
school graduates and only 12 per
continued to hold the lead t h r o u g h
, i a r k a n „,,,,•„,-,,„• „f ||, C orv in
cent
had less than 2 year--' high
«»t 'In' l l l l n l 'inarler.
However, ,,„,.„.,• l r ; l iniiig schools, indicate,
school training." Dr South an
the junior-, staged their cusloiiinry
[ „ u .lligein c alone does not make
noimced.
rally and succeeded in lorgnig l h ( . | | 1 ) | . s l , i ; l l . 0 „ . , | i „ K ,,, | ),-. South,
ahead on several O M I - scored In s h l . , | U l s , | ] a v t . „„„,,,- ;l |)ilitv, einnk o l o d u y whose sharp - h o o t i n g was | | ( I ] M 1 -,,. t I , i 1 I l N . be Mire and aceuIhe main laclor in In- t e a m s vie ,- ;il0 , i n , | nuir'k ,,, adjust hersef to
tory. His teannnale Horace Myers | t l u . | | ( , t , | U ( ) f ., w i ( U , v a , . R . t v „,scored two b a s k e t , to make the | i a l i t . n l .
She must also be hcalthv
score 22-1/, with the juniors pre ,,, | H | ( l v ; l | u | , n i , u i p k | l o w ] l ( n v t 0
venting the senmrs iron, s c o r i n g , , , x , ) n . , s |„,r.<clf in good h'.ngish,
in the last few minutes ol the con- I , , , n ] l M | K . f . i m j ] j n r l .„,,„ K l, with
test, and the game ended with the , l l ( . „ n i a | s , - j , . M a . s t l J Know somefinal score remaining 11 \7.
thing of World affair-. Dr. South
Baker Picks All-Star T e a m
im,
An all -tar lean, u a - selected
The purpose ol tins study being
from the player- i,I the inter-mural conducted by Dr. South and Mrs.
learns to scrimmage againsl the ("lark i- lo discover " T h e ideal
varsity, according to Coach Kulhcr- nurse personality."
Dr. Elizabeth
lord
K. I'.aker.
" I h e p l a y e r s ! II Morris, assi'slanl professor of
selected rfprcseul the best material education, in a recent study say
in the college w h o do u.it wear a I " I 'er-i malil v should be interpret
arsity uniform, the coach -aid.
to mean ihe whole integrated null
The
plaver-elected
follow: , idiial rather than merely a per
g u a r d s . John Kennedy. '3D. Horace ^in'.s pleasant manner, voii c physi
M vers and M ver Kuiodin . juniors,
and Donald Todd. '32. forwards,
DRUGS
Kenneth Carpenter fjnd
Michael
Tepedino, seniors, Ku-sell l.tidluin,
AtThe
'31,
and l.lovd
Morelaud, '.U;
centers, Edward T h o m s o n , '30, and
A r t h u r Join--. '31.
" bests employed ill this study
•Acre similar lo those used with
the Si.ile college freshmen; thai is,
tests fm intelligence, reading ability, personal inventory test, measu r e , ol speed and accuracy, and
tests in practical work," said Dr.
South. "After the lest data were
dents wcia- dismissed at the end of
collected from the n.S cases, 10 stuthcir probationary
period
of -1
m o n t h s for one reason or another.
We compared this g r o u p with the
one retained and found considerable difference- in favor of the
group retained," he added
Favors for s o p h o m o r e soiree will
be pendants for the girls and ash
trays lor the men, D o r o t h y Hall,
general chairman, announced today.
More than one hundred a n d fifty
couple will attend the dance, Miss
Hall said.
T h e r e will be special decorative
scheme for adorning the Page hall
gymnasium
next
Friday
night.
Sehna Sims, chairman of the decoration committee, refused to give
any details about the plans however.
Music will he furnished by the
Garnet Goblins, a Union college
orchestra, Miss Hall said.
Chapcrones for the dance were
chosen from those m e m b e r s of the
faculty who entered the College at
the same time the class did. T h e y
are: Miss Helen T. h a y , manager
of the State College Co-operative
Store, who was instructor in history, \ l i - s Carolyn E. Lester, hist i uclor in mathematics, and Mr.
I hmald J. Hry ant, instructor in
English.
I h e c h a p c r o n e s were announced by Klva X'ealon, chairman
of the coininiiiee lo select chap
At the present time Dr. South
and Mrs. Clark are collecting data
on 300 s i u h probationary students
in the hospitals ol the capitol distiicl and they hope to have a more
i omplele report -non
They claim
thai sin li i e-ults w ould provide
"objeclive" measures ol students
n i the director - ol ihe nurse 's
C L E A R $200 O N P R O M
iraining i la--; and thai these meas- I
I he junior class cleared $2011 on
ures would be economical both to
the piospci live nurse and lo ihe | an. a. cording to Catherine K.
Noiris. .(1, general c h a i r m a n .
iustitulion concerned.
College Pharmacy
T E S T S A R E M A R C H 15
The
written
examinations
in
French, German, and Spanish for
approval of oral credit will be Friday, March LI instead of March 1?
as'piiblished in l.i-l week's edition
of the XKWS, according lo I'rofe—oi
Charlotte F. Loeb, head ol the
French depart incut
EAT
At T h e
-II'~U Maiden Lai
College Pharmacy
A l b a n y , N. V
"Meinholtz, the Times Wants You---"
Geo. 11. leone,
mtlwarii
"7RI-D li. MEINHOLTZ of the New Yore Times
sat in his home on Long Island, listening-in on
a radio press dispatch from the Byrd expedition.
Someone on the Times staff wanted to reach
Meinholtz on his home phone. And quickly! But
the receiver there happened to be off the hook.
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198 L'cnl.i al Awiiiic
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Aiiitiuv. \ . . .
Smart
Coats - Hats - Dresses
For
Girts and Misses
GENERAL
ELECTRIC
Radio and research an among IU man) Una oj u ork in which
iollege-truined men an engaged at Central Electric, where
they also receive fiirtbtr technical and business training.
(. J\ in I ogs - 1 lotsiery
Steefel Brothers, Inc.
Radio science was equal to the occasion. The Times
radio operator sent a request to the fur-clad operator at the other end of the world. And Meinholtz
was quickly made aware ol the situation by a radio
message from Antarctica saying: "Meinholtz, the
Times wants you to hang up your receiver so that
they can call you on the telephone."
GENEKAl
liLliC T R IC
COMPANY,
S C II I! N E C 1 A I) V ,
NEW
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YORK
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 7, 1930
State College Embryo Educators Start
5 OF NEWS BOARD
English Section
'32 HAS FIRST BIG HonorEnrolls
New Type Institute Manned By Students ATTEND COLUMBIA
Six Freshmen
MEET NEXT WEEK
EVENT IK SOIREE
Sophomores Will Recall Many
ClasslAccomplishments
W h e n Dance Begins! .11
W h e n the m e m b e r s of the sophom o r e class swing into the steps of
the first dance of their soiree Friday night, they will have entered
their first big social event, since
entering College.
It will also be an occasion for
the recalling of m a n y of the accomp l i s h m e n t s of the class during the
first three semesters it has been in
the College.
T h e spirit of independence has
been one of the outstanding characteristics of the class, beginning
with the successive defeats of the
s o p h o m o r e men of last year in the
various campus fights.
With few
exceptions the men of '32 left the
Held victors.
T h e a c c o m p l i s h m e n t s mi the field
of physical battle were not the only
one.-, credited I" the sophomores,
for last year they succeeded in
winning five points in interclass
rivalry by taking a unanimous
decision from their opponents in
an assembly debate.
Class W i n s Rivalry
M >viug-up das found the present
sophomores credited w iih victory in
the interclass rivalry contest by a
margin of Id points to the 111 of
their s o p h o m o r e opponents.
This
achievement was later celebrated
by a dinner and entertainment in
the cafeteria. The present s o p h o mores were the firM class to undertake such an affair.
Victory in interclass basketball
by the men of the class was one
of the high .-.pots in the first year
of the class, the freshman quintet
winning . vcr, y, un: it |.l i> td, in
eluding the interclass game with
the sophomores for tin- J points of
interclass rivalry credit.
T u r n i n g from victories in debate
and basketball, the
sophomores
soundly trounced their freshmen
opponents in a football g a m e early
in the firM semester ibis year by
a score of 14 to li
>
Six freshmen will attend an advanced, or honor, section of English
IB to be conducted Mondays and
Wednesdays at 9:10 o'clock in room
31 of Richardson hall. "The new
course is somewhat of an experiment and, if sucessful, may become
a regular division in the English
department," said Mr. Donald C.
Bryant, instructor in English, who
is in charge of the class.
T h e section is formed of those
students who, after suitable tests,
proved themselves above the need
of the rudiments of oral English
offered in the regular freshman
course, and showed capability of
doing more with public speaking
than English IB gives opportunity
for doing, according to Mr. Bryant.
T h o s e now enrolled for the course
are: Cecelia box, Dorthca Kemmerlic, Carolyn K r a m e r s , M a r g a r e t !
Service, Florence Smith, and Ruth
L'inklcman.
SORORITY HAS BRIDGE
Alpha Kho sorority entertained
it bridge I ml ly night
I hi I unit 1 , j
members present w e r e : Miss Catherine M. Love, instructor in l i b r a r y 1
science; Miss Alice M. Kirkpai-i
rick. College librarian: Miss M a r i o n !
Redwav, librarian of Milne High
school, ami Mrs. David H u t c h i n - ]
sou, wile of I'rofessor Hutchinson, |
'lead of the government
depart-j
A vital change in the educational
system in America will take place
in 1936, if the plans of the State
college embryo educators mature.
In 1936, the Santa Clara Institute
for Better Education will be established at Santa Clara, California,
under the guidance of Lloyd Moreland, '32, and W a l t e r H a r d a c r e ,
ex-'31.
Plans are being daily formulated
at the College House where the
idea originated. I l a n l a r r e has already left to look over prospective
sites in Santa Clara.
Morelaud and H a r d a c r e will be
the head masters of the institute,
which will be a junior and senior
high school conducted under the
most new and improved methods.
'"flic heads of the d e p a r t m e n t s
will consist entirely of men," according to Morelaud. "If they forfeit their position as head of their
department by marriage, it will be
their own fault.
A n y w a y , only
men will be the official heads of
the d e p a r t m e n t s . "
T h e following men have already
received appointments
from
the
head m a s t e r s and have been announced as follows:
Israel Kaplan, head ol the I'.nglish d e p a r t m e n t ; II. Clancy Sullivan, ex-'30; m a t h e m a t i c s ; Clinton
Wallwork, ex-'31; Kenneth Carpen-
ter, '30, biology; Victor Starr, '30,
physics, science of natural philosophy; and John Grosnover, '33, romance language department.
Warren R. Cochrane, '30, will
act as dean.
The school will he coeducational,
however, Morelaud said, and it is
very likely that women will be
appointed on the faculty later.
T h e school will cost $-4,000,000
and will be financed by stocks purchased by the o r i g i n a t o r s of the
idea, between now and 1936.
'30 Nominates Officers
For Senior Class Day
Nominations for class day officers
were made at a senior meeting
yesterday.
Member-; of the class
weia' named as candidates for class
alumni representative, ivy orator,
class prophet, test .tor and historian.
Kleelions will lake place at the
next meeting, which will be sometime during the week of March 16,
according to Alice Walsh, p r e s i dent.
Miss Walsh al.-o announced thai j
the following committee is to be in
charge of the c o m m e n c e m e n t pro- |
g r a m - : Marion Nichols, Vera SelinI'liweiss, Esther W e a t h e r w a x , Nina
Andrew-., I lorothv T h o m a s
and
Elizabeth Root, all seniors.
...on the track it's
Five members of the STATE Coi.i.i'.ui; NEWS board will represent
State college next Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, at the Columbia
Interscholastic
Press
association
convention at Columbia university
in New York City. T h e y will leave
for New York T h u r s d a y afternoon
and return in time for classes Monday.
The members of the board will
attend the teacher training sections
of the convention besides the general sections. T h e y will also a t t e n d
a baiKptet for all delegates. T h o s e
who will g o to New York a r e : Margaret E. Ileimiiigc, '3(1, advertising
m a n a g e r ; lane J, Eormanek. '3(1,
finance m a n a g e r ; A if red D. I5asc.li.
'31,
managing
editor;
Dorothy
Briinnier, '30, associate m a n a g i n g
editor; and Margaret I. Steele, '30,
feature editor
Loth Miss Ileimiiigc and Miss
Steele were delegates In the convention last year,
MISS McGRANE ILL
Agnes M c C r a u e , '32, C in St.
Peter's hospital recovering from an
operation performed bv I >r. A r t h u r
N. Stein. She will return to College in about two week-.
SPEED/
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WITH U /
AT VAN DYK'S NEW
LUNCHENETT
SERVING
HOME
MADE
SANDWICHES, PIE,
CAKE AND A MOST
DELICIOUS CUP OF
DUCHESS
— COFFEE —
Van Dyk Tea Store
167 CENTRAL AVE
Just Below Robin Street
. in a cigarette it's
" A B I R D I N T H E H A N D is w o r t h t w o in t h e
T h e Students ol the State
College for
b u s l i . " Gofjcl tinif — w h a t s m o k e r w o u l d trade it
1 eachers are
a w a y for a n y n u m b e r o f c i g a r e t t e c l a i m s ?
N o C h e s t e r f i e l d s m o k e r w o u l d . Tor its m i l d
especially invited to visit
f r a g r a n c e , its d e e p l y s a t i s f y i n g
the
home
Golden
ot
Boulevard
Guernsey
s h o r t , its taste—has
character—in
a l w a y s b e e n t h e one t i l i n g
smokers wanted :
Milk.
"TASTE above everything
[boulevard |
Dairy Co., Inc.
231
AJ.HANY
THIRD ST.
TELEPHONE 4 - 4 1 5 8
TASTE/
"
MILD . . . and yet
THEY SATISFY
Chesterfield
FINE TURKISH and DOMESTIC tobaccos, not only BLENDED but CROSS-BLENDED
(E> 1929. UIUCCTT 6. MvtKS TOBA< I « (
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 7, 1930
TWO ASSOCIATIONS
Women Meet
.STUDENTS SERVE Fifteen
In Bowling Tournament WILL HAVE JOINT
MEETING APRIL 14
DINNER TO FACULTY
Home Economics Department
Devises Scheme To uive
Home Experience
In order to give students in home
economics CNpcricnce in home cookiing, home niiimiRCtncut, and the e,eneral duties cf a l u n l v certain students are serving .ur'Hips of faculty
rnemhern at dinner mire a week in the
home dining-room, room 11, of Richardson hall, according t" Miss Alice
Ryder, instructor in home economics
Monday nights, Rachel lialhraith,
'31, and Helen Burgher. ,iJ, will serve
Miss (.lertrude Dohhin, instructor ii
[•"rench, Mis^ Caroline Lester, instruclor in mathematics, and Mrs. Anna
Keini Barsam. a-- i-ianl prnt'eviir ir
home ecouomii s and M i liar- am
'l'uesda\ niehts, Helen I oilier an.:
Honor Million!. -.-,
.-. prepar. I
dinner lor Mi,„ I-lien ( Moke*, in
structor in inatheiiialii -. Mi--, lla/.el
Rnwlc}, ilisliah lor i-i physics, \ l i - Kli/aheth
\nder- , Mipervi-.nr in
practice tr.uliine a: Milue llie.li
School
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\\'cdne-da.\
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Ttyv.
Fifteen women are competing in
the howling tournament which is
A conference will lie conducted
being conducted under the auspices for the first time by the Young
of the Girls' Athletic association, Men's and Young Woman's ChristIva Swartz, '31, bowling captain, ian associations in the lounge of
announced today.
Practices in Richardson hail, Friday and Saturday, April 4 and 5, according to
bowling have taken place at Rice's
Warren R. Cochrane, and Mary
bowling alleys every Tuesday and Nelson, seniors, presidents.
Thursday afternoon since the beThe main theme of the conferginning of January, under the sup- ence will be Christian technique of
Several
ervision of Miss Dorothea Dictz, living, Cochrane reports.
speakers will be invited in this
instructor in physical education.
connection, among whom will be
The high scorers Tuesday were
I I . P. Van Deusen, formerly of
F.lcanor Vcnablc, '.U;
Margaret the Yale divinity school.
C'ttssler, and Verna Phillips, junThe conference will last two
iors the scores being \67, \2S and days and will he completed with
a
banquet in the cafeteria of Page
12-1 respectively.
hall Saturday night, according to
Other competitors in the tourna- Cochrane.
ment are: Marion fXnvncs, Made-I The committee in charge of the
line Hayes, Pauline Mailer, Irene Y. W. ('. A. arrangements will be
I licks, h a Swartz and Genevieve | headed In Miss Nelson. Hamilton
Aeheson. '.ill, will he chairman of
W i n , l o w , juniors; Virginia I law-1
tincommittee
completing
the
kin-, and Marjorie Wilson, sopho- arrangements for the Y. M. C. A.
inoi • ,.
I haril \
Jones,
Marion j He will be assisted bv George
\\ bite and D o n , W i l l i a m , , fresh-1 ( b a l l , "30, Karl Blooniingdule, '31,
George Wills, '32, and' t'lavton
Si,
Powder Puff
design box.
Fsvourite
Cot/ shades
and odours,
$1.00.
COTY
COMPACTS
V1SIT S O R O R I T Y H O U S E
Mann Begins Attempt
Alar, in t'onnalb. '11, and \nut
'27. M.Hilda Keller. '2«. IuaTo Form Men's Chorns (iavuor,
uila M. l,arty, '2'), and Kalliryn Mul-
SMARTER
horus! (iileeii, '-."'. were re.enl visitor-, at I 111
lb.
Mi-.,' Mar-, I ou'klin, M , , , I T U ' , . , . ,1 i\a- initialed this week In Howard I).
\ iiii-eliim was ,ailed, acmusii in Milne llieli
-ho,,I, Mi-,,! Mime. 7i2
.
online
lo
Mann.
|o
draw
up
plan,
Marion Reduav, Miln, lliidi almol
Hie work,
librarian. Mis, Minnie I! S.aland I i'..r tin proposed i bonis
iiistrm lor in biolojn. and M i, Kalli be -aid. wa, l-eiui done entireb iudepe-idenl .1 lh< I'r.'Ul.adour,, uien'iniil-lrel ..ruaiii/alioii
lice leaching in Miln. Had, ,.li...,|
\ pn-Moii, en.le.n.a to nam a
Thursda\ ntvhi-. Mare.n.-rii, \\ ib..iI 1 (.11 IK Al.TOPKUA
me ,'- , horn, w ,, I oi- in i e. oiler thiand Marjorie .lelKii,. -..plioiii. a. •
20K Q U A I L S I . . H u e BUI>t)
..ear when I )r !'. I rederick I I . I andprepare dinner for Mr \\ ill,.,,,, \ >.ll :
Dial 6-5787
hr.-iht, iiistrm tor in L--.\ ernin, nl, I >i
S P E C I A L
Nestle I'ernui- J
u:
Olive W. Wheaton. i,,.iru, t.„- in In l l l l i
Hie rroiihadoui's collaborated
lu-nt Wave Regular S10 forS7.5(1
eicne, Mrs. I'loreuce I) 1-Year, in ' iniii
Free
Shampoo
and
l-'iiiejeiWiivi- j
structor in home econ..mi, . and Mis,
S l u m o o o m g and Waving for
I low. ier. the lir,I endeavor w.'i, 1111
I-rear, her .humbler
Lonci Hair - - - $1.73
II
.11. • . .-nil .In, io I,,,!, ,,i halau, , he
i• 1-KI.I;. ni K hls. Ruth i lol.Kmilh and: l w . r u lb. '
-. .a Mil- men
For Bobh,»d Hair - $1.50
ManieurinK-i"<-'l'acial Mas ;i(j;eSl j
I'l-oidcnt \. R. J '.till ..M her, M i , I'n u j
I a, her. ,uy<\ and,: a I e n d , ... , ord ITHREE GAMES NOT PLAYED
Three names remain to be plave.l
I., decide the women', basketball
, hamiiioiiship
The junior, and
...plioinoro, u ill play this after
in., .n, seniors and junii ,rs M ondai ,
,'iilernooii
and the
Iwo
lower
el..--.',
Wednesday
Basketball j
i'.e.hue >,'•..,-I and l-.n.-l I a n . inn insai'.U will be made al the award I
,.„••.. H I " ' , n- viitii, v..-limned int.. niejil dinner, Saturday, March I s |
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Powders
slenderly
encased for little
"purse editions".
C O T :
Omicran Nu Pledges
Two Juniors Recently
Strengthen your
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itflmjit BB- (francs
TO
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-the art of saving."
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a day
is i h c i i i n l i l i u i i f i l i l a m i l l i e laol w o r d i n
wholesome rri'rcaliinenl.
AT POPULAR PRICKS
ALBANY
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Evenings
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 7, 1930
6
ENTERTAINS STUDENTS
Council Is Planning
Dr, Wheaton entertained
Miss
Virginia Hawking Wean Rubber
Debates For Women Helen Fay, and Alyce Barber, '30;
Home When One Shoe Shrinks
Mariam Downes and Marian Dillen-
Chairman
WOMEN ORGANIZE MissOfDonovan
Newman Food Sale
GIRL SCODT TROOP
Leadership And Training Are
For Group Now Studying
Patrol Management
M a r g a r e t D o n o v a n , '30, will be
general c h a i r m a n of t h e annual
N e w m a n club food sale, M o n d a y ,
M a r c h 17, a c c o r d i n g to M a r y J,
Dyer, '30, president of t h e club.
T h o s e w h o will assist her a r e :
A n n a T . M o o r e and K a t h e r i n c
W e b s t e r , '30, F r a n c e s Peck, Margaret Mulligan, Gertrude W e s t e r n
and E l e a n o r Kelleher, juniors, and
Catherine M o o r e and Lillian Lally,
Plans arc now being made to organize a training class in Girl Scout
leadership for State college women,
according to Ethel M. Grundholer,
'30, president of the Girls' Athletic '33.
association, which will sponsor the
M e m b e r s of the club w h o wish
movement.
t o subscribe for N e w m a n News, the
The class will bo organized as a national m a g a z i n e of the club, can
Girl Scout troop and will be carried sentd in their subscriptions to the
on through the patrol system, the distinctive method of managing troop secretary, or Miss Dyer.
O r d e r s for club pins a n d rings
affairs and developing group mindedness, Miss Grundhofer announced. In are also acceptable now, Miss Dyer
this course, practice, for the most says.
part, precedes theory and the formal
lecture method is avoided.
Ample
time is allowed for discussion and Ludlum Is Named Head
formulation, and the students are reOf News Service Group
ferred to the best available literature
and to other materials, Miss GrundRussell W. Ludlum, '31, State colhofer said.
lege delegate to the recent convention
A course similar to this is offered of the National Student Federation of
at many other colleges throughout the
America in California, will head the
United States. These include: Wellesley college, Vassar college, Ohio College committee which will keep the
State university. Most of the state Federation News' Service in touch
teacher's colleges throughout t h e with local activities.
leader
country offer this coun
Other members of the committee as
ship.
Those who have signed up for this announced by Marion F„ Botto, '3(1.
course here a r e : Louise IJubee and president of student association, artGertrude Cox, seniors; Sylvia La- Isabel J. Peard, Anclred A. llritz, and
Monica and Cecilia Shapiro, juniors; George P. Rice, sophomores.
Ruth
Isherwood, Annis Kellogg,
The committee will begin its work
Dorothy Hall, and Martha Candee,
Rice
sophomores; and Blanche Throop, immediately, Miss Botto said.
Beatrice Tompkins, Grace Palmer. in now preparing an article for the
Anna Mowbray, Annunnciata Costa, next issue on die aims and purposes
Ellen Sperbeck, Anne Fessenden, and nl' the Abraham Lincoln Memorial
foundation with which Dr. William 11.
Alvina Lewis, freshmen.
Met/ler i-. connected as trustee.
I
A r u b b e r c a m e t o t h e rescue
of Virginia H a w k i n s , '32, at t h e
Girls' Athletic association weekend at C a m p Cogswell recently.
After snowballing vigorously she
took olT h e r wet s h o e s and put
them by t h e fire to dry. O n e
of t h e m became scorched and
shrank.
Choice of footwear seemed to
be limited t o a cardboard sandal
or a shoe b o r r o w e d from one of
the nearby farmhouses until the
old r u b b e r w a s discovered. W i t h
the rubber fastened to her foot
by means of a cord froin a
blanket pack, she started for
Albany. A motorist came along,
however, a n d brought all of the
women into the city.
Cold dips which t w o women
received in a t t e m p t i n g to cross
a stream on a wobbly log, a
" d o c t o r e d " cup of cocoa, a
b o t h e r s o m e cat which disturbed
the quiet of the night, and a
collapsing cot were other incidents of t h e week-end.
VISITS SORORITY
Evelyn McNickle, '29, spent last
week-end at the Phi Delta sorority
house.
WELCOMES
MEMBERS
Alpha
Rho
welcomes
Mary
Wicks
and
Dorothy
Burleigh,
s o p h o m o r e s , into full membership.
T h e debate council is forming tenbeck, juniors; Carolyn Smith, '32;
tative plans for debates with St.
and Alice Vaughn, Marjorie Ijomscr,
Lawrence university, Keuka college,
Persis Foster, Dorothy Sevcrns and
and University of Boston, according to
Laura Styn, freshmen, of Beta Zcta
Wilhehnina Schneider, '31, secretary
sorority at a buffet supper, Sunday
of the council. The team will probnight.
ably meet the St. Lawrence squad at i
St. Lawrence, but the other two are I
Direction W a r n e r Bros.
scheduled to take place in Albany
Next Friday the men's varsity team
is debating at Hamilton college. The
women's team meets Vassar college
here April 8.
Week of March 8
STRAND
Charles King and Bessie Love
IN
"Chasing Rainbows"
RITZ
8 * 0 PROCTOR
BEBE DANIELS
"When LOVE
COMES ALONG"
EVORY&CO.
MADISON
Starts S a t u r d a y , March 8
Albany
Teachers' Agency, f|lc
W e n e e d t e a c h e r s for a p p o i n t m e n t s at all s e a s o n s of t h e y e a r
WEEK-END GUEST
J W r i t e for i n f o r m a t i o n o r call
Mariam W'oolcock, '2'', was the I
week-end guest at Beta / e t a sorority I at t h e office
Thirty alumnae attended the annual house.
alumnae banquet of Gamma Kappa
Phi sorority in the Canary room of
F R A N K H.
the De Witt Clinton hotel recently
The active .r.embers served dinner at
the sorority house the night before
and conducted a tea the following
afternoon.
The alumnae
present
were: Vera Comstock, '14, lulith l)eGeneral Printers
Grupp Irwin, '17; Mildred Meserve
Ovitt, Hazel Rowley, "
CU
Two Stores.
Jane Scullen Murphy,
Hazel
16 and 18 Beaver Street
Brimmer Goquay, '20.
Marion
Sybil Balme Sacvo,
27 South Pearl Street
Cline and Mary Smith '23 ; Marie
•>1 S t e p s Iv.ist of Pearl S t r e e t
Mildred
Cornell Wing, Aileen (
201 Central Ave.
Oirrie, and Anne Fvans llarvith, '25;
Grace Ostrandcr, Helen Quaekenlmsh,
Beatrice Hodgins, Mary Nixon, and
PATRONIZE THE
Blanche Merry, '20; Mary Mullen,
Olive Scholes, and Mildred Schmitter
l.add, '27; Marjorie Young. Aniline
We Clean and Dye all kinds of Ladies' and vien's
Foster, Edna Kenipe, and Mabel licrg,
Wearing Apparel
'28; Ruth Murray, Shirley llartmaun,
811A MADISON AVENUE
Phone 6-0273
and Dora Dodmun, ' 2 ° ; F.dna Fitzpatrick Delo, cx-'31.
IN
"The Green Goddess'
With Ben Lyon, In
Gamma Kappa Phi Has
30 Alumnae At Dinner
George Arliss
P h o n e 4-3775
Wlllard W. Andrews.Prcs. F.Wayland Bailey. Sec
74Chapel St. Albany, N.Y.
Week of March 7
Steuben Street
Corner James
A n d R-K-O Vodvil
MADISON AND MAIN
Week of March
10
Mon-Tues
"Broadway Hoofer"
Including
Wed-Thurs-Fri-Sat
FLO LEWIS
"Sally"
International Favorite & Others
C. H. BUCKLEY THEATRICAL ENTERPRISES
NOW
SHOWING
HARMANUS
BLEECKER
LELAND
HALL
AN EMOTIONAL
THE
SEASON'S
O F TIN-PAN
MERRIEST OFFERING
"LET'S GO PLACES"
"THE MELODY MAN"
WITH
WITH AN ALL STAR CAST
Alice D a y — W m . Collier, Jr.
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BRISK C O M E D Y — N E W SONG'S
AND A DELIGHTFUL
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DRAMA
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TEARS—LAUGHTER AND
P A T H O S BLENDED INTO A
DRAMA T H A T PLAYS T H E
HEARTSTRINGS
ABOUT
HOLLYWOOD
Anu»rtnm Cleaners mtft Dytns
GUEST AT SORORITY
Shirley I lartniann, '-'', has heen
the gue.t uf (lUimnn Ka[i|)ii I'hi sorority for the lest week.
COLLEGE CANDY SHOP
203 Central A v e n u e ( n e a r R o b i n )
Homemade Fie and Cake
Toasted Sandwiches
K v e r y s a n d w i c h m a d e u p fresh t o i n d i v i d u a l o r d e r
JUST KEEP A'COMING
We're here unci
h u n g r y to'lielp
same eourieous
vice* we: have
ready when you're
you out with the
attention ami seralways i-ivi-ii n m
High Grade
Delicatessen & Lunch
811A Madison Ave.
B e t w e e n Quail anil O n t a r i o S i s .
Normanskill Farm Dairy
L. A. BOOKHEIM'S
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Telephone 3-2014
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