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STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY MARCH 14,
XIV No. 21
VOL.
VICE-PRESIDENT
SOIREE ATTRACTS
160 FOR TONIGHT
Sophomore
Event
Will
First D a n c e T o Be
In Page Hall
IN CHARGE OF D \NCI-
NEWS BOARD HANDS IN RESIGNATION;
AWAITS ACCEPTANCE BY MiSKAMA
A c t i o n Is T a k e n After Senior H o n o r a r y Judicial B o d y
Be
To
Print N a m e s Of T h o s e W h o
Board
( ) n e h u n d r e d a n d s i x t y c o u p l e s will
d a n c e t o n i g h t a t t h e first s o p h o m o r e
s o i r e e t o b e c o n d u c t e d in t h e n e w
g y m n a s i u m of P a n e h a l l .
A r r a n g e m e n t s a r e c o m p l e t e for t h e
d a n c e a c c o r d i n g to G e o r g e P. Rice,
class president, and
Dorothy
Hall,
vice president and general c h a i r m a n .
Citiests will i n c l u d e r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s
from m a n y o u t - o f - t o w n colleges as
well a s a l a r g e n u m b e r of U n i o n c o l lege a n d Rensselaer Polytechnic institute students.
Dancing from nine until one.
T h e s o p h o m o r e s w h o will a t t e n d ,
and their guests, are as follows:
Dr.
Brubacher
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tomorrow
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editor-in-chief
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N E W S , to print the names.
munication to W o l n e r
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subject,
Resolved:
nations
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Match 7, 19.10
M. I.onis Wolner:
Myskania requests Mr. Wolner to print
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OBTAIN POSITIONS
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Tomorrow T o Argue
Jose, California.
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The NEWS Hoard
O n Disarmament
Dr. l i r u h a c h e r will s p e d a d a y j
' ' ' " " 1 ' p r o p r i a l i n t ! $40.(11111 I
.U-liiig
'lawlcy
ball
into
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Thomson, Stm. eolb-xe. MO; MarWiis,,,, and Willis lirosinooi of Sch- H i s e v e r a l of ! h e C o l l e g e b u i l d i n g s
neiady.
j , \ a - p a s s e . I h \ t h e a s s e m b l y of 111
Upperclassmen Attend
jSiai,
legislature
Monday
night,
Members nl the othct classes all
The
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lustin
Callahan
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Kulalia
of
llu-
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publish
requested
OPPOSE HAMILTON
COLLEGE LIBRARY]
Album ; Helen 'I'i, -de. irk
Albany;
Wolner,
to
first
H e will l a k e a I r a n i for ( ' I m a g o I ' i" ; ' i ' . ' " ' i . ' ' , „ . ' , h , . ^ ] ' i . . , i . n - t b s , „ i„ „,l,S u n d a v n i g h t a n d w i l l a r r i v e ,n l . o . j h . h iln names ,,f students ''who" hav, 'n'-'t
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NEWS
Myskania
in
15
-nine
institutions
William
One
NEWS
Tax;
10JO and March 21, 193(1 the following
statement:
sttidenls f ibis College
P r e s i d e n t A . R. B r u b a c b e i
will haveilien,.|following
availed themselves of the opporli-avc S u n d a y f o r f ' a l i f o r n i a ,
O r e - tunity of hi-cnininn members of the student
association by payiiiK llieir student lax,
gon,
and
W'asbingttin.
r e t u r n i n g and are therefore tint entitled to lite privi-
lectin e
Mam
Leave
Return
T u e s d a y , April
will
and
Will
On Sunday And
tioiial
I
Until N e w
PRESIDENT TO GO
ON WESTERN TRIP
of W i l l i a m * mile-.,. : A l i e e l . i b l i n a n d C o l l i ]
l.eil W a l . h . 1 --, !.. n. . I.-,.It ; \ n a t l . a l<it--.li r '
and
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Offers Servi.es
Instructs
Have Not Paid
B y a v o l e of 5 t o 1, t h e X r . w s b o a r d a n n o u n c e s i t s r e s i g n a t i o n , s u b j e c t
t o t h e a c c e p t a n c e of M v s k a n i a , w h i c h w a s t e n d e r e d t o t h e j u d i c i a l b o d y
last n i g h t .
T h e a c t i o n f o l l o w e d t h e i n s t r u c t i o n s of M v s k a n i a t h a t t h e
b o a r d p r i n t t h e n a n u s of s t u d e n t s w h o h a d n o t p a i d t h e s t u d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n t a x of $ 1 4 .
T h e d e c i s i o n of M y s k a n i a w a s r e n d e r e d a f t e r t h e s t u d e n t b o a r d of
f i n a n c e h a d a p p e a l e d t h e r e f u s a l of t h e N E W S t o p r i n t t h e n a m e s of
non-tax payers.
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Before sending instructions to the
Oi-oi-dr I'. Kicc .in.l Isnbclle I'eartli
11,,,-otliv
Hall.
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William
Kramer,
K. I'. I.: Klva Ncahm and WillUini Wrny |
of ( h-msun rollctM-i Curtis Uotileiibcr until
Dorolln Cronk, ' J J .
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Robert
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It. I'. I.: Kallu-.inc lltliuip ami Amir.
Henderson ,,( L'nio.i; Mildred l.iviuKSt
;M..I A. Unn..Id I'raniz of llie Univcis
,,( Petinsvlvnniti: Kiln Myers and I"
Wilde ..I Albany Law school; lIclc.JI
Me.nl. and llerl„ul Stone of R. IV I.S
I . . . . . . . . Havis and llndlcy C. Iliowncll nl
III, f n i v e r t i n of Maryland
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 14, 1930
State College N e w s
Established in 1916 by the Class of 1918
T h e U n d e r g r a d u a t e Newspaper of New York
State College for Teachers
THE NEWS
BOARD
L o u i s J . VVOI.NER
Editor
in
Chief
54 West .Street, Telephone 4-54-19
MARGARET H E N N I N G E
Advertising
Manager
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Finance
Manager
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Ai.FREii D . B A S C H
Managing
Editor
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Associate
Managing
Editor
7 Sard Road, Dial 4-0095
I'KKI.E
24 J a y Street, Telephone 3-1780
SBNIOK ASSOCIATE KDITOIIS: Caroline Kotiim, '30; Genevieve
W i n d o w , leWcl Johnson, juniors.
DKSK Kinross: Netta Miller,
'31, George I'. Mice, M2. .lesion ASSOCIATE KniT.ms: Catherine
liruderick, Mildred Hall, Martha Nord, juniors.
Ret'OKTKRs:
Gladys Hales, Gertrude llersehherg, '30; Mao-arei Cussler, Jean
Gillespv, Virginia I'ratcsi, l.illv Nelson, llealiee SanitieN, Alexander Schoor, j u n i o r s : Frances Keller. Surah Caplan, Ruth
llrczce, Evelyn Pitts, Samuel Diansky, llessle U v i n c . Robert
1. Floody, sophomores.
ASSISTANT
AIIVKICI ISINC, MANACKR:
And
rev Klotters, '32. I'.USIXKSS STAI'. : Alive Walsh. '.Ill; Josephine
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t i o n i n g of t h e N E W S , t h e r e p r e s e n t a t i v e a g a i n a d m i t t e d
t h a t p r i n t i n g t h e n a m e s is a m e t h o d of c o m p u l s i o n .
M o w , t h e n , c a n y o u s a y t h a t " T h e p u b l i c a t i o n of t h e s e
n a m e s is a p r o t e c t i v e a n d n o t a c o e r c i v e m e a s u r e " ?
E v e n t h o u g h it w e r e g r a n t e d y o u t h a t p r i n t i n g t h e
names protects t h e students, y o u would have t o admit,
f r o m y o u r o w n r e a s o n i n g a n d f r o m t h e a t t i t u d e of t h e
r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of t h e s t u d e n t h o a r d of f i n a n c e , t h a t p u b l i c a t i o n is c o e r c i v e .
Y o u r t h i r d a r g u m e n t is a n i n v e n t i o n of y o u r o w n .
T h e N E W S n e v e r c l a i m e d t h a t t h e p u b l i c a t i o n of t h e
n a m e s would be unjust
to those students
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financially
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finance,
a s s u m i n g thai they a r e o b l i g a t e d t o p a y . Y o u
r e g a r d publication as a c o e r c i v e m e a s u r e , a s s u m i n g t h a t
t h e s t u d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n lias t h e r i g h t t o d r a g p e o p l e i n t o
the organization,
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become a member, and the association has no right to
force h i m into m e m b e r s h i p .
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S t a l e institution, a n d t h e only requirements which must
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formulate
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Ihe a s s o c i a t i o n is a p r i v i l e g e , nol a d u t y .
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a c o e r c i v e m e a s u r e d o e s not b o l d b e c a u s e y o u d e n y y o u r
p r e m i s e by y o u r o w n r e a s o n i n g a n d b e c a u s e y o u k n o w
t h a t t h e r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of t h e s t u d e n t b o a r d of f i n a n c e
•idnu'tted t h a t p r i n t i n g n a m e s is " a c o e r c i v e m e a s u r e . "
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never said.
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a s s u m p t i o n t h a t e v e r y u n d e r g r a d u a t e s t u d e n t is o b l i g a t e d
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right lo drive h i m into m e m b e r s h i p .
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w h o could pay the tax a n d don't
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t w o of S t a t e ' s m o s t c a p a b l e
ath- ment, a n d they are the o n e s to be
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T h e r e f o r e , p u b l i c a t i o n of
letes for t h e past three y e a r s grad- reached.
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and Centaur.
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g o o d w r i t e r c a n d o w h e n h e feels t h e n e c e s s i t y of w r i t i n g c o o l n e s s u n d e r l i r e , a n d a b l e g e n O n t h e o t h e r b a n d , w e feel t h a t w e a r e o b l i g a t e d t o a n o t h e r p o p u l a r n o v e l .
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s e r v e s its p u r p o s e . "
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
MARCH 14, 1930
3
TRACK IS MAJOR Eight Men Take Tett SOIREE ATTRACTS Junior Women's Team
SPORT THIS YEAR To Form Men's Chorus
160 TO PAGE HALL
Is College Champion
Eight men took voice tests and
The women's basketball team of
OF TOTAL OF FIVE
TO
DANCE
TONIGHT
several other announced their inthe junior class is champion for
NEW PLAN NAMED
FOR ROUND TABLE
Continued from Pago 1, Column 1
Track will be the major sport,
tention to do so in an attempt to K. P. I.; Dorothy Alirams '31, and DonOn Theme and baseball, tennis, hiking and
swimming the minor sports for the orm a men's chorus, according to ald Smith of Union.
Of Junior and Senior
Frances Davis, '33, and Alexander Smith
spring season of the women's ath- Howard Mann, '32, who organized
High Schools
letic calendar, which begins Mon- the movement.
Dr. T. Frederick. of Union; Catherine Rosenburg, '30, and
Hugh Diefendorf; Doris Wilcox, '30, and
day, Ethel Grundhofcr, '30, presiH. Candlyn, instructor in music, Clarence Nephew, State college cx'28;
T h e round tabic conference this dent of the Girls' Athletic associcconducted the tests to determine 1-ueia Stephens, '31, and Manton Spdulcl'
year will be in the form of an or- lion announced today.
ganized discussion instead of the
Practices in track will be con- whether the voices of the men lug of Albany; Mae Honeslcel, '31, and
Spain of Troy.
usual d e p a r t m e n t a l discussion, ac- dueled every Monday, W e d n e s d a y . were suited for a balanced unit.
j Charles
Edith Hunt. '31, and Richard Ilolmw I
cordiiiK id President V K. I'.rn- and Friday from 3:30 till 4:4 5
of It. I'. 1.; Sara Fry, '31, and Waller
A
previous
endeavor
to
form
;
' bacber.
.1. Lyons of Union; Kathcriiie Gaynor, 'it,
o'clock under the supervision of
Raymond lies! of K. P. 'I.; Alice
T h e subject which the confer- licatricc Van S t e e n b u r g h , '31. T r a c k men's chorus was initiated by Dr and
Kloinps, '33, and Kenneth Van Campln "f
ence will discuss i^ the relationship will include high jumping, standing, Candlyn in an attempt to co-ordi- Utiitn; Dorothy Dodds, Ml, and Paul S.-issiiiiiiin
of llaveifonl college; Marion (Idbetween the junior and senior hi^h In nad jump, fifty yard dash, base- nate with the women's unit. T h i s
'31, and ,\. It. David of the Universchools, and ma\ be better treated ball throw, basketball throw, and endeavour w a s supported by the well,
sity of Kentucky; Shirley Knhinsnn. '31,
-hoi put.
Miss Van Steenburgh
in ibis manner, he said.
and Olio l-ouees of Albany; Mi. and Mrs.
T r o u b a d o u r s , men's minstrel or- T, .1. McGowan of Albany, Mrs. McGowan
\V. \V. Hcatlv, -uperiiilendenl of will he assisted bv Margaret Cuss*
the voice tests was Prances Cpnlan, '31.
l-'.iizabeth Jackson, ganization, but
schools of Rron:.ville, will lead the lee '31. and
Ethel M. r.oinau, '31, and Herford
showed lack of balance a m o n g the Smith, Stale college, '2D; Claire Lyons,
first discussion.
He will attempt
31. and Dr. Karl McOuade of Albany;
to justify the junior hiuh school
liascball p r a c t i c e - will take place j men.
Catherine
Urodcrlck, '31, and George F.
program and to prove it i- able to i u e - d a v s and T h u r s d a y s from 3:30
Meetings of the men interested in Hodgson of l{. P. L; Alice Ik-noil, '30,
send the pupils i,, tin- senior high till 4:45 o'clock. Frances V. Peck,
John R. Titus of Yale university;
the chorus will be conducted twice and
Nina Andrews, '30, and Itosenwell Smith
school better prepared In do the '31, is captain, and the assistant expeach week until their voices have of It. P. 1.; Ellen Mahonev, '33, and
. work.
lains are: Winifred Hurlbut, '31; I reached a slate of development nec- Perry Williams of Albanv Law; Harriet
Madden, '.U, and Robert Lauridsen of
Virginia
Hawkins,
'.?2:
and
Katll-!
Dr. Clyde Hill, dean of the gradessary for a good chorus, according It.
P. I.
uate school oi Kcliicalioii of Yale line Moore, \M,
to Mann. An attempt will be made
Charlotte Lolmas, '33, and Ceorge Millci
university, v.ill speak mi "DesirT h e tennis tournament, which to secure college credit for the of Troy; Virginia Havter, '."J, and Ralph
able changes m the prograni o( the was begun last fall, will be played meetings.
Collins of Albany Medical college; Frances
McMahon, 'J3, and John Lyons of Union;
senior high - d
I"
oil as soon as the weather permits.
If successful, the chorus plans Wilhebnina Schneider, '31, ami Mollis
Dr. Hill is expected I" -how I'l'.ere will also be regular practices to collaborate with the women's Mellugh of Albany; Ruth Parks. '31, and
what a d j u s t m e n t - on the part of in tennis. Katberine W e b s t e r , '30. unit in an attempt to form a mixed Bruce Gere of Vale university.
the senior high school are necessary i- captain and is assisted by Kfarf chorus with several public appearWlllird W. Andrews,Pres. F.Wayland Bailey. Sec
to adjust it to the peculiar d e m a n d s guerite N o r t h r u p and Selma SimsL ances planned.
sophomores.
f
made by the junior high school.
"At the close of these talks, there
T h e work in s w i m m i n g has beet)
MARRIED RECENTLY
will be open discussion which is outlined in another place in the
Gladys Hradlcy, '30, and Colby
likely to be spirited and exciting," Ni'ws.
Ksthcr Waters and Alice Lougley, '31, were married recently.
[nc
Dr. Brubachcr said. " T h e r e is a Schneider, seniors, arc captains and They plan to remain in college
pronounced feeling on the part of Irene Hicks, '31, and Alice Giblin, until graduation.
the senior high school teachers that '.12, are assistants.
the junior high school product is
Marion Gilbert, '31, will be capnot fitted for senior high school tain of hiking and will be assisted
work.
by lane Schlick, '31, and Louise
W e n e e d teachers for appoint"On the other baud, the junior Kay, '32.
m e n t s at all seaoons of the year
high school teachers believe that the
W r i t e for information o r call
senior high school is hound by traMISS S L A U S O N V I S I T S
at the office
ditions and i- unable to do what it
Martecna
Slauson, '20, Kappa
should." Dr. Rrubarhcr said.
Delta, was a recent visitor at the
The high school teachers and l-.ta Phi house.
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the second lime in its history, having won all the games played this
year. The class of '31, also had
the champion team during its freshman year. Last year the present
senior class won the championship,
and the present junior class the
three points in hitcrclass rivalry for
defeating the team of the o t h e r
class in women's basketball.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAJtCH 14, 1930
State Defeats Jersey
Women's Award Dinner MEN TO CONDUCT
YMC.A.
MINSTRELS SHOW COLLEGE
Quintet In Final Game
ALL-STATE DANCE
To Be Tomorrow Night
AND Y.W.C.A. NAME
IN
LOUNGE
AGAIN
COMMITTEE HEAD
IS NEXT SATURDAY
Performance
T o Be
Followed
B y Dance In Gymnasium
Until 12 o'Clock
T h e annual public p e r f o r m a n c e
of t h e T r o u b a d o u r s , m e n ' s m i n s t r e l
o r g a n i z a t i o n , will be conducted next
S a t u r d a y night, according t o Royal
W . Knox, '31, director. R e h e a r s a l s
of all t h e parts of t h e minstrel
h a v e been in full swing for t h e last
fortnight and will be b r o u g h t to
a n end sometime next week, K n o x
announced.
T h e performance will last a b o u t
t w o hours and will be followed by
d a n c i n g in the g y m n a s i u m of P a g e
hall. T h e affair will conclude a b o u t
12 o'clock, K n o x said.
Original skits by J a m e s J. Cassidy and Isreal Kaplan, seniors,
have been accepted a n d a r c being
rehearsed.
T h e show will open with t h e
s i n g i n g of songs by the circle. Several skits will next be performed,
j a n d then an olio will be acted. A
burlesque skit will be rendered
• n e x t a n d the show will be completed by a grand finale. T h e auI dience will then go t o tin: g y m : nasium of Page hall w h e r e dancing
' will be conducted.
Eight hundred persons are expected to attend the performance,
according to Knox. T h e price of
tickets has been placed at fifty
cents, and they will be sold next
i week in the rotunda a n d also by
t h e individual efforts of m e m b e r s
I of the T r o u b a d o u r s , K n o x reported.
Mr. William F. Vollbrecht, inI s t r u c t o r in government, will act as
j faculty sponsor at the minstrel, according t " Knox. N o c o m m i t t e e s
have been appointed but several
men have been named to aid in
the completion of a r r a n g e m e n t s .
L a w r e n c e C. Newcotnb, '31, is in
charge of publicity. J a m e s Cassidy,
MO, is in charge of costumes, W a l ter Driscoll, '31, of properties. Mussel Ludlum, '31, will play the piano.
T h e saxophone chorus consisting
of Charles Kissam, '3>, Conwell
Uiggius, a special student, F r a n k
O t t , '31, and O r m o n d Guyer, '33,
have been practicing for t h e performance, Knox said.
T h e circle will consist of Raym o n d Collins, Vincent Festa, John
V. Kennedy, Rudolph W u r t h , and
Richard Whiston, seniors; Alfred
Basel), F.arl Uloomlngdale, W a r d
Cole, Daniel C m r , H o r a c e Myers,
I a w r c i r c Newcnnib, and Alexand e r Schoor, juniors; W a l t e r V.
Anderson, Duane Uaker, Carl T a r box, Robert Rankin*, s o p h o m o r e s ;
and \ r l l o n Hush, William Collins,
IIIIII Charles J ticket I, freshmen.
IIIIrving MeCoiiui II will act
terloculor.
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Simon, MI
In.I
"l in h e .
T h e following h e a d s of c o m m i t tees have been appointed to be in
charge of t h e first joint conference
of the Y o u n g M e n ' s a n d Y o u n g
W o m e n ' s Christian association, Friday a n d S a t u r d a y , April 4 and 5,
according t o E t h e l
Grundhofer,
30, w h o is in c h a r g e of publicity:
registration,
{Catherine
Watkins
and George Graff, seniors; publicity,
Ethel
Grundhofer
and
Warren
Cochrane, s e n i o r s ; a r r a n g e m e n t s ,
Asenath Van Buren and George
Wills, s o p h o m o r e s ; banquet Marcia
Gardner, '30; entertainment, Mary
Nelson, '30, Helen Mead, '32, W a r ren C o c h r a n e , find H a m i l t o n Acheson, seniors; -printing, Clayton Stewart, '33. T h e entire committee will
be in charge of p r o g r a m s .
T h e following program has been
arranged by m e m b e r s of the various c o m m i t t e e s , Miss Grundhofer
announced. T h e first general meeting will he conducted Friday night
at eight o'clock in room 2(1 of Richardson hall, A n o t h e r general meeting will follow on Saturday morning at ten o'clock in the auditorium of Page hall. Various discussion g r o u p s headed by faculty
m e m b e r s will be conducted Saturday at 3 o'clock.
A banquet will
be conducted in the cafeteria at
5:30 o'clock.
Isreal Kaplan, '30,
will be the toastmaster.
Dean Anna E. Pierce, and Dean
William' II. Metzlcr will address
the guests. Mary Nelson, '30, president of Y. W . C. A. and W a r r e n
Cochrane, '3d. president of Y. M.
C. A. will also speak. T h e final
meeting will he Saturday night ati
eight o'clock.
T h e speakers lor the conference
.ire as yet undecided upon, according to Miss Grundhofer.
l i n e of
tho=e selected may address the student assembly April fourth, -.he announced.
T h e theme of the whole conference will be Christian technique of
living M IHS ( . r u n d h o i e r s m l
"Dependable
Flowers"
T h e w o m e n ' s varsity basketball
team for this year will b e announced a t t h e basketball award
ilight dinner t o m o r r o w night at 5:30
o'clock in the College cafeteria,
Ethel Grundhofer, '30, president of
the Girls' Athletic association, announced today. A w a r d s for interclass basketball, hiking a n d bowling will also be m a d e .
T h e decorations will be in keeping with St. P a t r i c k ' s d a y , Miss
Grundhofer said.
Miss D o r o t h e a
D i e l z a n d Miss M a r g a r e t Hitchcock,
instructors in physical education,
will be chapcrones.
Following the dinner, the annual
g y m n a s i u m frolic will take place
iti the g y m n a s i u m of Hawley hall.
Games will be played and therewill be -dancing- -and singing.
A
basketball game will be played between the new varsity team and
the faculty,
Permission has been granted for the
second time this year to the men of
the college to conduct a dance in the
Lounge of Richardson hall, according
to Arthur P, Jones, '30, chairman of
the committee in charge. Like the
preceding affair, this dance will be
under the auspices of no single organization, but will be the result of
co-operation on the part of all the men
of the college, the committee reported,
Sixty couples have been set up as
the maximum number to attend the
dance, according to Dean Anna E.
Pierce.
This epiota will be easily
filled, the committee believes.
"This dance has been prompted by
the success of its predecessor, and the
need of affairs attended only by State
college students," the committee said.
The first dance was attended by fifty
Club Will Have Bridge
• cmples, but due to the conclusion of
In Lounge Wednesday the basketball season, the athletes will
he
illowed to attend.
The C o m m e r c e club will conduct
a bridge party in the Lounge of
The same committee in charge of
Richardson hall, W e d n e s d a y night, the first all-State dance, consisting of
April 2, from 7:30 till 9:30 o'clock, Arthur P. Jones, '30; Russell LudMarie l l a v k o , '30, president of the lui i and Lawrence Newcomb, juniors,
club, announced today. .
will complete arrangements.
Frances Mazar, '32, is general
The dale for the dance has been
chairman.
T h e c o m m i t t e e a r e : placed tentatively at Friday night,
prizes and tallies, Betty Katz, '30 April 25. T h e dancing will continue
and ' G e r t r u d e Guyette, ,'31 ( r e f r e s h - from 8:00 to 11:30. Bids from the
ments, Betty A m o s and Ruth Vin- leading local orchestras are being rekelstein, seniors, a n d Beatrice H e r t - ceived, according to the committee.
wig, '31; tables and cards,- Eva
larkofskv, '30, Mary keisner, '31,
VISITS SORORITY
and Arltoii Bush, '33.
Kthcl Orfall, '28, of H a v e r s i a n s
Tickets, liettv Kauiter and Jaije ind Genieveve Cole, '29, of Reus
Jones, j u n i o r s ; T h o r l e y Du Host, -elaervillc were recent visitors a
33; advertising, Genevieve Win- the Alpha Rho sorority house.
X
STR A N D
From T u b Fast
Material
NIFTY APRON CO.
NOW
"Condemned"
R.TZ
Week of March 14
NANCY CARROL
MADISON
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A Movietone Melody Drama
"THE BIG
"MURDER"
PARTY"
ROOF"
From
Liberty
Magazine
Story
with
Dorothy Revier
Raymond H a t t o n
and
Margaret Livingston
with
Sue Carol
Dixie Lee
Walter Catlett
and
" W h i s p e r i n g " Jack
Smith
Music
Served
Hot
" We Understand hyes"
'Return of
Sherlock Holmes"
WED.-THURS.
Room 12
EYEGLASSES
FRI.-SAT.
OPTOMETRIST
'<> N. Pearl St. All>an>,, N . I
A GIFT
VAN HEUSEN CHiRLES
2(M"Gentral A v e n u e ( near Robin)
Homemade lie unci Cake
I ousted Sandwiches
\ll. \ \ S \ l >KI
The Van Heusen Charles Company
I7ll Id o.ulw.is
451—BROADWAY—453
Se, minimi: I,.i A l l i e n will he I. \>
sunn .1 I I.in -.I.,-, night ,il the Hath j
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mine
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.innoiiiii ed
todaj
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he i oiidlli ted on
T l ' i i n - . l . n , 'or lli. rest oi this
month aii.l I iiesdai s during the
,ll, ,,i \piil and mini May 20,
n u k i n g .. iota! of II) n i g h t s , ;it the
,,,,| ,,| u h n h l e i - will be ' o n
.hi. led
A l b a n > , N "i
PALLAD1NO
"IF IT'S MADE OF RUBBER WE HAVE IT"
ALLINfc RUBBER CC
Personality li*)bs-l;in«er Wavinu - Pi-nnuneiii Waving
htruiul
I.U \ . I'earlSi.
I-I.2MI
H o m e S a \ iiigs liank Ithlu
U N . Pearl Si
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Plume .. 7bl)
OPTICIAN
FROM
COLLEGE CANDY SHOP
Swimming For Women
Is Resumed At Bath 3
VISITS SORORITY
Evangeline ( alkin», '29, was the
w e e k - e n d g i " - i al » e l a ^ " t a
W
o n l y house.
LELAND
HhLL
Year's Greatest Thriller
K up. I ••'. • Hi' " i , U
I..I Kill ' ' l l . e , le.ide. „ l . d ' ! ,
M , iv.,11 ,-.,,- Il
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M„,i
SHOWING
HARMANUS
MAD'SON A N D MAIN
Week ot March 17
MON.-TUES.
l . v i r > s a n d w i c h m a d e up fresh t o IIKIMCII ill o r d e r
\i,,-.,|„
Dynamic Society
D r a m a Featuring
RUTH CHATTERTON
A n d R-K-O Vodvil, With
17 SUNSHINE GIRLS
ON THE
"Love Parade"
'33 Nominates Leaders
For Songs And Cheers
LAUGHING
LADY
C. H. BUCKLEY THEATRICAL ENTERPRISES
in
"Honky Tonk"
91 No. Pearl St.
Starts Sat., Mar. 1 5
Week of March 15
RONALD COLMAN
"Dangerous Paradise'
MADE T O ORDER
* K 0 PROCTOR*
College Pharmacy
P h o n e 4-3775
Wear a Nifty A p r o n Smock
Mrs. L o r d D e m a r e s t will speak
on " I n t e r n a t i o n a l H o m e E c o n o m ics" at a meeting of the H o m e
E c o n o m i c s club on W e d n e s d a y ,
March 19, in the Lounge of Richardson hall, a c c o r d i n g t o Marcia
Gardner, '30, president. Mrs. Demarest has traveled in India. H e r
speech will be the third of a series
being given to the club in an effort
to a r o u s e more interest in home
economics. Tea will be served at
the meeting.
AtThe
Direction W a r n e r Bros.
r%OWsUt«HOf»
Steuben Street
Corner James
Mrs. Demurest To Give
Talk At Club Meeting
DRUGS
IV '/Telegraph Flower* In all.
H'«
I'aHs of the World
I
T h e Purple and Qold five closed
its 1929-30 season by d e f e a t i n g ,
New J e r s e y L a w school S a t u r d a y
night 45-31 on the P a g e hall court,
and r u n n i n g its latest string of
victories to t h r e e
consecutive
triumphs.
Ben Iiigraham, star of
the freshman quintet, w a s high
scorer for t h e evening m a k i n g 15
points.
H e was closely followed
by Charles L y o n s w h o tallied 13
points.
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
Slld.'i Ills ,III,i UlOlip-S .'I the .Slide (..'oil,';;,
/in
ICIJUM
«II// be nit i » •./'.viol .nieiiinm
198 Cciit.rul Avunuu - a t NDUIII
Albany. N. Y.
Mills Art Press
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