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Vol. XIV. No. 22
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY MARCH 21,
GOVERNOR VETOES
BILL FORLIBRARY
OLD NEWS BOARD
EDITS ISSUE TODAY
Executive P r o m i s e s To
Original Appropriation
if Presented
Works On Myskania's Request
With Understanding That
Names Be Left Out
Former
of the
members
Governor
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C O L L E G E N E W S b o a r d are e d i t i n g t h i s
week's
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request
nation
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Student-Written Play
Will Be Seen Tuesday
Paul Harris To Speak
1 c* J 1 A
LI
In Student Assembly ., .
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,ij Varsity lies Opponents
By Scoring 350 Points
Tickets Are On Sale
,-. ,, . ,
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'* v.A.A. Show rriday
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 21, 1930
State College N e w s the "vokes were found to be much better than formerly" " 3
Established in 1916 by the Class of 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New Vork
State College for Teachers
0nds
gives promise of quality.
The music department is having difficulty in arranging
a time for rehearsals which will be suitable to all the
men, but the administration may be able to readjust the
schedule if the demand of students for a chorus is great
enough. Mr. Mann is to- be congratulated on his attempt to reorganize the chorus after its three years'
vacation.
Of Family Are Breaking Down,'*
^
k
t
'
n i i / ^ l l
T h e affectionate b o n d s of family
life seem to be b r e a k i n g d o w n , '
said D r . Ncls A n d e r s o n , professor
of Sociology at Selh L o w college,
Brooklyn, N. Y., in a lecture addressed to a g r o u p of men at the
College
house,
Tuesday
night.
BITS OF A WOMAN'S
" M o d e r n invention a n d conveniISTORYMAKEMOSAIC ences are m a k i n g unnecessary the
small functions of (he h o m e which
formerly gave it life and made it
Mosaici
By lohn Presland (Gladys Skeltou.)
New coherent," he averred.
Y o r k : D. Appleton X- Co. $2.
Dr. Anderson reviewed the hisBits of knowledge of a woman's history constitute the tory of the family and discussed
SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Caroline Kotrha, '30; Genevieve
and
matriarchal
patriarchal
Winslow, Jewel Johnson, juniors. DESK EDITORS: Netta Miller, Mosaic of John 1'resland's novel, a story told in a the
'31, George P. Rice, '.12. JUNIOR ASSOCIATE KDITORS: Catherine rather unusual form.
H e disIts central figure is the woman theories of family life.
Broderick, Mildred Hall, Martha Nord, juniors. REPORTERS:
pelled
several
fallacies
concerning
Gladys Hates, Gertrude Herschberg, '30; Margaret Cussler, Jean Nadine, a being "without prejudices, without a home, an
"The
Gillespy, Virginia Prates), Lilly Nelson, Beatlce Samuels, Alex- inherited religion, a mother-tongue." She is an elderly the origin of the family.
ander Schoor, juniors; Frances Keller, Sarah Caplan, Ruth woman when the French physician, who might be called early family w a s not founded solely
Brezcc, Evelyn Pitts, Samuel Oransky, Bessie Levine, Robert
on emotional g r o u n d s , ' ' Dr. Anderthe
principal
narrator
of
her
story,
first
sees
her
in
J. Floody, sophomores. ASSISTANT ADVERTISING MANAGER: Audson declared. " T h e need to protect
rey Flowers, '32. BUSINESS STAFF: Alice Walsh, '30; Josephine
Howland, '31; Marion Weinberg, Frances Mazar, Betty RayLater, chance brings him in touch with three very the child in infancy, and the ecomond, Helen Rohel, sophomores.
unlike men, each of whom tells this Dr. Trebuchon that nomic value of t h e family was a
Published every Friday in the college year by the Editorial part of Nadine's history in which he had himself played large factor in the ancient man's
Board representing the Student Association. Subscriptions, $2.25
t e a r i n g of a family g r o u p , " he said.
per year, single copies, ten cents. Delivered anywhere in the a part; the rest remains unkown. Of these three men.
Dr. Anderson deplored the emerUnited States. Entered as second class matter at postodice, one had been indifferent to her. and he escaped uninAlbany, N. Y.
jured: one of the others had loved and one had bated gence of women from the home
claiming that female economic inher,
and
she
broke
the
life
of
each,
broke
them
without
The NESVS docs not necessarily endorse sentiments expressed
in contributions. No communications will be primed unless the malice or any evil intention, merely because she was dependence spelled death to family
\ n industrial c is ihzatmn Ire;
writers' names are left with the Editor-in-Chief of the NEWS. simple, direct and elemental, untouched by any of the hi;
Anonymity will be preserved if so desired. The NEWS does not many complexities of modern civilization.
little room for a family," he stated.
guarantee to print any or all communications.
The novel is out of the ordinary in theme and con- " M a r r i a g e s have decreased alarmPRINTED nv MlLLS ART PRESS, 394-396 Broadway—Dial 4-22S7 struction. It is well written, and the people whose lives ingly under o u r present economic
When rural life was precome in touch, directly or indirectly, with Nadine's own system.
March 21, 10.30 Vol. X I V . X,
Albany, N. Y.
Dr.
Anderson
said
are many, varied, and well characterized.
There are d o m i n a n t . "
GLAD TO COOPERATE
several dramatic scenes, and though the separate bits of
Members of the former NKWS board are glad to co- the mosaic, which is all we know of Nadine's existence,
make each a separate story, the interest of the novel,
operate this week in the management of the NEWS.
held together by the personalities of Nadine and of the
They have agreed to publish the paper at the request doctor who tells us the tales told him by the other three,
of Myskania because they announced, in their letter of is well sustained.
The difficulty lies in believing that a woman as inresignation, that they would offer their services to the
I he junior class basketball team,
student association in putting out (he NKWS until a new telligent as Nadine is supposed to have been could possibly have experienced so much and learned so little. I'or ss inner oi the recent
intramural
board could be organized.
though her earls life had been passed in the utmost basketball t o u r n a m e n t , will play the
Since they felt it unfair to print the names of -un- squalor, though she was without ties of any kind or any
freshmen
live Monday night at
dents who have not paid the association's request of Sl-k sort of background, she had spent several scars in the
7 : 1 5 p Ill ill the
Page It ill g y m
they vacated their posts. They could not, however, re- most brilliant society of Vienna before Sir Martin Ilardn
n
s
i
u
u
.
f
o
r
l l . c o l l e g e c lampion
rcss' path crossed hers, to his vers great misfortune.
I
sign without supplying members of the association with
Nadine, so at least it would appear to the reader.] s h i p .
the newspaper for which they had paid.
Hence, they brought tragedy into others' lives less because she had
have tried to carry out a conviction tlmt the names inherited nothing than because -he learned nothing. Yet i
Is1
should not he printed and meet their obligation to the the author's conception of this woman, "built on a difIII
as nig
association by managing the NKWS with the understand- ! ferent and a grander scale front her contemporaries,"!
this woman who was intirely an individualist, who had ss on threi g,a ics ,n,d lost ,,„,.. I,,
ing that they should not have to publish the name.-, while no understanding of even the lesser intricacies of social this
deriding
g a m e , llie
juniors
they were associated with the newspaper.
relationships seas apparent I \ unable to acquire ans. has I .
both tbougbtfulness and dignity.
; biasing true I, loi m. -larted s l , , w | v ,
THE NEWS
BOARD
I T
K A
Dr. Anderson lells College House Men
BOOKS: 5
ge w
a sb aar k enecessity,
n do nay" M
o uanrgr i aman
em
d on m a t rai m
ial a d v e n t u r e s at an early age, but
today, the ratio of m a r r i a g e s and
the age at which they a r e negotiated
are adverse to family life." he said.
A direct result of this aversion
to m a r r y is the increased looseness
of sex m o r a l s , and t h e super-knowledge of children in t h i s field, according to Dr. A n d e r s o n .
T h e lecture w a s t h e fourth conducted in a series on m a r r i a g e relationships s p o n s o r e d by the Young
Men's Christian
association, acc o r d i n g to Israel B. Kaplan, chairman of the c o m m i t t e e . T h e course
is being c o n d u c t e d in conjunction
with a similar series of lectures
given at the Central Y o u n g Men's
Christian association t o t h e young
men of the city.
A play
presenting
a new angle
of a trite plot was p r e s e n t e d Tucs
JUNIORS TO PLAY
day night under the direction ol
Miss K a t h e r i n e G r a h a m .
1933 BASKETEERS
Mr. Aldin
T h e cast included
Shaffer, the h u s b a n d ; Alice Bcnoil,
ON MONDAY NIGHTthe a r r a n g i n g wife; and Helen
SUM.I.
\YK T U N I C TIIIC T I N
I'AX?
The piano in the Lounge of Richardson hall is performing nobly with its loosened strings and wobbly hammers. What it lacks in tone, it is making up in noise.
Jensen's "Murmuring Zephyr" sounds like the clash of
tin pans, and Tschaikowsky's "Chant Sans Paroles" does
not need any words. When students play the piano, there
seem to be more than kittens on the keys.
Nadine's distinctive individttalits is kept admirably in- l ' ' m i i K the - n o i - h o l d t h e | e , „ | f o r
tact, whether she is shown as the bunted woman of the: a good portio oi t h e , o n t e s t , a n d
l retail village on the Hanks of Mount Ida, as the beauty i i hen put on a spirit, d rails to r a m
ot the Austrian garden where "the moon rose abuse th
wooded lulls and the Danube was a broad ribbon of gra
T h e junior lean, will be greatlv
in the gauzy light," as the Egyptian fortuneteller, th
strengthened bs llie addition of
chatelaine of the beautiful old English manor-house, o Charles Lyons and Prank ( ) | to
t
in her last phase, selling i hestnuts in the streets ,, the players and the freshmen live
Mead, the frustrated romanticist.
T h e action at the start was slow
and the acting a bit u n n a t u r a l . As
the p e r f o r m a n c e
p r o g r e s s e d . the
players dropped into character and
the business went
along
nicely
until at the climax each of the
players was ,n tin- peak oi hiabilits
Helen Mead ss.,- a surprise and
a los in a role win. b. to lie- best
ol
' knowledge, - b e has „ol at
templed befor, . She ss a - convim
ing in her iiisincerits and amusing
\ l l , e lieuoil could base n-ed
more sincere interpr. latum ol hi
lines early in the play in order t
give a m o r e derided i onlrasi to hi
later affected docility. M i s - |{,- n „ :
has a c h a r m i n g stage presence an
is one of the few people in on
local troupe u l u , can talk lowar
an audience.
A bouquet p , the director ss h
spent enough time on details <
properly and business to ensur
s m o o t h n e s s of production
ssoul
not be amiss,
AI Shaffer'- best work was don
when Ihe lines i ailed for action an,
explosions.
l i e handled hi- bus,
ness cap.,Ids
The lin.,1 ,
ol
tl
ss ill also benefit by having Hen InAnd something of its heroine's distinction, something grahaiu
and <nlb.ii
D,- L a m a
of
her
individuality,
is
s
h
a
r
d
by
the
novel
itself,
a
book
m e m b e r s of ihe earsiis basketball
The piano needs tuning.
Students are discouraged
which stands more than a little apart from the great learn, available
from playing on an instrument which cannot claim even mass of ordinary, mediocre fiction.
' 'liter met
t h e juniot -ipiad
a true octave, and other people find it difficult to enjoy
are: Russell Lildluni, Arthur Jones.
Y,,rl,
bred l l o r a , i
their bridge or conversation when they must listen to Cold. II Kenneth I'crkinPP \'i
Myers.
Lawrence
Ness
ericl- A. Stokes ( 'iimp;
Kolodns,
Xicklas
the clatter of metal.
\ aca
Mired
Paid \lex.iu
It would not he very expensive to time the piano, Pivc
Cold is a lusty tale of the sea, abroad a whaler
It i d e r S. l i , , , , , .
• lobars would undoubtedly cover the hill. The student told with an enthusiasm and impetus thai carrs th
1 he i r e s h i n e n ,
- will als,
Ibli
association might he willing to appropriate the money reader on to the California gold rush and into the gambl
horles l b :
ing dens ,,i the raw Prism of '4'' f o r first-rate enter R o s e , W i l l i a m Re
from the reserve fund
Per. aps, the student council may
lohn Dei
laiument tin- novel i> emitted |o an evening all its own
consider the tuning of the piano worths oi suggestion Mr P.rkins is ,,l,le at , hara, teri/alion : to lak. the , res
all get l o g e t l
oi a ship a,i,| indisiiluali/e eai li n u n bs spin h ,,l
•i
d, u
siration
I he |,|.,. II,
, ii,,s ii e s task
I'XH \\'\'\
MISl'XDI'kSI \.\|)|.\(,
e„l learn
\daiu Haiti.tt, tb,
Uisl.an
llMl M
is. and h,
ing the ret cut supers ision .,: tin- <-l<-. t it-n
resident | , | j . „ , , , .
..I the freshman class
When the office had
sa.ated kuoss
e in.,ns ol h
MISS LOVP. T O MARRY
ill.i P..nil, II
by the former president, -.indents claimed dial, ;iu.
r-,d ssh.n il>
mg to Robert's A',,/, , ol I O-./.T. llie s u e president -h,
11.11 , ..h..it '
be,
e head of I lit- , las
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are members ol Ms -I..MM.,, pi.., col. .1 i . . ..uduit
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president
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had sit pp. -I Kill on the wrong foot ,ind I In ir . rili.
Mi
Now
.hisp
SPORT SHORTS
muiiii ation piiMi In il in tli. M ss s I.,st m-i-l,
The writer .onicuded lh.il the si, e president h.
have sil.ceedol to the pr, -ideu, ,, thai M s A a m a sin,
uol have sal in the . k m ,t ele, i„,n-. ,,„,l thai tin s
president should h a w i c o e u . d In i ,,lli, . in order
run for the preside,, s
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STUDIES
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The S S o l l l . i l , S . M - i l S d e b a t e | . , „ , | dress w i l b K e u k a
anaim em.HI thai ilui i o n s,,i, i - bavi I,i
II
le lol in an attempt to loriu a in, n , bonis lends hope
I bat the I mied
io I In inu-iial situation winch ha- bee
iposeiisbcd
lone, i.ipilal in.sill, the noessars. abandonment ul the ,,,, he-lia
'Ihe
lorinal duktralioii
nuisiial output i-. at a low water marl., the total pro
dm lion being supplied by an excellent women's chorus.
'I l o i i b a , l o u r s mas present tin ir annual
| h , lorn
ai ,,f another chorus ssdl add blood to the
,„„,,, al hit .,1 ibe College
Dr Caildlyn's report thai tin- a i i d i t o f i u i u of A l b a n y H i g h ». hool
Sn
Monday
l u - b i n a i i mi
1 o. liinaan II, p .
!;::!! ' 7 IS 1 M
Tuesday
\ d s lined d i a m a l i , , , a s , pi
\ l l , h l , i nun, Pag.
hall. HIS
M.
All the men who are eagei to
loster track at State ought to gel
together in the very neal Inline
and st.ut the ball ,u oiling il they
,n e in earnest. 'Pi y o u t s foi the
various evenis will icveal |usl
h o w s t r o n g an outfit we would
be able l o put on the held in
opposition lo other colleges.
ll
•eeiiis
lhal
>..'l)0 has
, I I ,,l S l a t , , , , l l , g ,
IS\ llll.s .11111 Will | „
b e l h e r l e l l l l l s , . |,
bole
,1,1,1 ,
been a
\\l
SSOllll
l l l l l l / e i l , al
II.IIS,
ll
ll ibis rainy w e a t h e r c o n t i n u e s
u is very doubtful il baseball
practice will start before the first
oi second week in April, as the
home
diamond
at
Kidgefield
P a r k is veiy slow in d i y m g up
after frequent s h o w e r s .
STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
MARCH 21, 1930
3
WOMEN'S CHORUS
2 FRENCH PLAYS
Captains Give Reports
51 SENIORS MAKE
3 Members Of Faculty
TO ENTER MUSIC
WILL BE FEATURE
On Residence Campaign
SEMESTER HONORS,
To Be Debate Judges
CONTEST IN MAY Keports from the senior captains
e e m e m b e r s of the State colOF FETE, APRIL 7
AVERAGES REVEAL legeT h rfaculty
T h e State college w o m e n ' s chorus in the campaign for the residence
will j u d g e the debate
(Continued front Page I, Column 2)
Corr, Lillian Dorr, Brooks J o n e s
Mary
Melnerney,
Ruth
Steele
Donald W h i s t o n ; h o n o r s , Pauline
Bader, Florence Borst, H o r t c n s c
Brady, Helen Bttchan, Arnold Copping, E s t h e r Eckstein, H e l e n Rfner,
Alice Fasoklt, F r a n c e s B. Hill,
Phyllis
Elaine
Hitchcock,
Edith
James,
Carolyn
Kelley,
Royal
K n o x , (Catherine Kruegcr, F r a n c e s
Levinson, Rebecca Levy, Florence
Linindoll, Irma Long, Syh'ia Mont,
Mary Moore, Elizabeth Moriarity,
Lilly C. Nelson, Beatrice O'Connell,
Helen O t i s , Laura Philips, Mary
Reisncr, Sylvia Rose, Pauline Sebast,
Cecelia
Shapiro,
Gertrude
Shill.
S o p h o m o r e s , high honors, Sarah
Fasoldt, Margaret Fortmiller, Anna
Goldman, Margaret H e n r y ,
Inez
Kelly. Helen Mead, Mary" E s t h e r
Mead, Jack Saroff; honors, Mary
Alexander,
Franklin
(lark,
Nile
Clemens, Ellen Dinneen, Genevieve
D o w n e y , F r a n c e s Driiion, Frances
Durkin, Bernard Fllcnbogen. Evelyn I'lirtmillcr. Margarita (ialnslia,
Marie (jrcene, Margaret Hilton. Andrew Hritz, Josephine Imlice, Frances Keller. Mary Knbran, Elizabeth
McLaughlin, George Rice, Catherine Riegel, Bernard Simon, Marion
Strevell,
Dorothy
Weeks
Mary
Wicks. Marguerite Wilson.
Freshmen, IUKII
honors, Caro
Ceder(|tiist, Kathryn \ ' a n \ ilken
fuirg, Flora W u r s l i i n ; honors M a n
Brew, Bertha Buhl, Mice
Irene Gcdnev, Ruth l l a g e n , (
Hisert, Luisa Iglesias, Alice Nord
Ralph Rciuhart. Margarel Roohau,
Mac
Saxton,
Margarel
Service
Louise Sink, Beatrice T o m p k i n s
between the s o p h o m o r e s and freshman class t e a m s in assembly next
Friday morning at 11:10 o'clock,
Marion E, Botto, '30, president of
the student association a n n o u n c e d
today.
The debate is on the abolition of
a r m a m e n t s by all of the countries
in the world.
T h e freshmen will
uphold the affirmative and the sophomores the negative.
Three constructive speeches will
be given by each team. Only one
rebuttal speech will be allowed.
The
winning class will
receive
five points in interclass rivalry,
the rules provide.
Freshmen Are Leading
In Interclass Rivalry
The class of 1<M.! is leading the
sophomore class in interclass rivalry, the freshmen w o m e n ' s team
having defeated the s o p h o m o r e s ill
both game- played.
The score ill
I he second game which was played
last Wednesday was 33-32.
The junior class team is champion and the seniors and freshmen
are lied for the second placeANNOUNCES BIRTH
I'si Gamma a n n o u n c e s the birth
of a daughter. Nancy J o a n , to Mr.
and Mrs. Lyle H a r r i n g t o n .
Mrs.
H a r r i n g t o n was formerly
Agnes
I'nderwood, '22.
Wlllard W.Andrews.Pres. F.Wayland Balloy.Sec
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Art Students To Have
1 0
Exhibition Next Week Teachers'Agency, "
S t u d e n t s " i the
have a r r a n g e . I an
art d e p a r t m e n t
e x b i b i l <>i the
the hall m i u i d e t.l t h e l i n e a r t s '
studio d u r i n g the l o l l n w i n u week,
M iss Kiniice A. F e r i n e , i n - l r u i l o r
m fine arts, a n n o u n c e d
74Chapel St. Albany, N.Y.
W e need 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
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MADE T O
T h e winners of the sectional
contests will compete in New York
next O c t o b e r .
In order to take
part in the c o n t e s t s , the participants must be m e m b e r s of the federation. T h e m e m b e r s of the State
college chorus
became
affiliated
with the national organization this
week, each member p a y i n g a fee of
25 cents.
hall, fund were presented at a meeting last week in the Milne H i g h
school library.
More than t w e n t y
percent of the quota set was reported to have been pledged by the
various m e m b e r s of the committee.
N a m e s were exchanged at this
meeting so that every senior might
be reached and given an opportunity to pledge before the spring
vacation.
Another meeting will be conducted T h u r s d a y , in the
Milne
High school library at which additional r e p o r t s will be received
according to Alice Walsh, '30,
president of the senior class and
chairman of the campaign c o m mittee.
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T h e following committees have
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T h e main features of the F r e n c h
fete which will be conducted in the
auditorium of P a g e hall on April
7, will be two F r e n c h plays, " L ' A n glais Tel Q t t ' O n Le P a r l e / ' and
"Rosalie,''
according
to
Sylvia
Rose, '31, general chairman of the
committees. T h e rest of the p r o g r a m will include several violin
and piano solos, F r e n c h folk dances,
and the singing of F r e n c h songs.
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has entered the inter-collegiate contest sponsored by the W o m e n ' s
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Dr. Candlyn, instructor in music.
First, a sectional contest for this
part of the stale will be held in
Schenectady during the m o n t h of
May. Some of the other colleges
participating in the sectional contest are Saint L a w r e n c e university,
Russell Sage college, Saint Rose
college, and Skidmore college. T h e
first prize for the sectional eontest is a $100; efforts are being
made to have a second prize of $50.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 21, 1930
4
Ruth Reynolds Named
MISS GREENBVRG
Freshmen Women Get Bruises At Soiree;
VOICES OF 13 MEN
Freshman Class Head
TAKES
COMMUNITY
Sophomores
Remove
Class
Banner
Safely
TESTED TO FORM
Ruth
Reynolds, former viceEfforts of nearly fifty freshmen fide banner was safely removed
SWIMMING
MEET
president, was chosen president of
CHORUS THIS YEAR women to capture the sophomore through the midst of the group
the freshman class Monday, the
The voices of thirteen men have
already been tested in the attempt
to form a men's chorus this year,
according to Dr. T. Frederick H.
Candlyn, instructor in music. "The
voices," he said, "were found to be
much better than formerly."
Considerable trouble has been experienced, according to Dr. Candlyn, due to the conflict between
practice sessions and the education
2 class which is attended by seniors. "Monday and Wednesday are
the only days of the week that I
have time to give rehearsals to the
musical unit," he said. "Much will
be accomplished, however, by this
survey of the male voices for a
chorus for next year." Dr. Candlyn hopes to have- two periods a
week definitely assigned on the
calendar to the men's chorus, with
a possibility of credit given for the
work by the college.
Several more candidates will lake
the voice test before the work is
concluded for the year, according
to Dr. Candlyn.
Those who have already had
their voices tested follow: Simon
Maslan, Donald VVhiston, and Raymond
Collins, seniors;
William
Sawyer and Lawrence N e w c o m b ,
juniors;
Howard
Mann,
Duane
Baker, A n t h o n y Stroka, Frederick
Appleton, and
Robert
Rankins.
s o p h o m o r e s ; Harold Hendee, Ormund Guyer, and William Reagan,
freshmen.
class banner at the soiree Friday
night resulted in disappointment
and bruises for the freshmen as
their rivals made a successful getaway with the coveted banner.
The large yellow banner was
used as a decoration and was hung
in the Page hall gymnasium where
it was the object of vigilant observation by both freshmen and sophomores. As the time for the last
dance drew near, the sophomore
women, headed by Virginia Hawkins and Asenath Van Burcn, prepared to make their exit.
These
preparations aroused the interest
of the watchful freshmen who descended into the back of the gymnasium to better observe the preparations.
The. aid of two suit
cases, the Delta O m e g a banner,
and a large cardboard box was enlisted in order to deceive the yearlings.
At the appointed time three baiuL
of sophomores burst from the College each hearing a suspicious looking burden.
T h e freshmen gave
chase but were bewildered as to
which one they ought lo concentrate their attention upon. As Miss
Van Buren and her party left the
building they were attacked by a
number of freshmen women and a
regular melee ensued.
Meanwhile
the suitcase containing the bona
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Plans Made For Buying
Rug For Lounge Room
rhe
Definite plans for the buying of
a rug for the Lounge in Richardson hall are under consideration,
according to Emanuel Green, '30.
chairman of the student lounge
committee. It is expected that a
rug, which will be placed in the
middle of the room, will soon be
chosen by the faculty committee of
which Mr.-,, j . Barsam, assistant
professor of home economics, is
chairman.
who felt it beneath their investigation and dismissed search of it
with the remark that it wasn't there
anyway.
Those bearing the banner entered a car and started away but
were noticed by the freshmen who
immediately gave chase. The race
continued for about fifteen minutes and ended when the car bearing the banner doubled on the
freshmen who lost its track.
After the banner was safely
housed, the members of the class
who had been instrumental in getting it away celebrated in a restaurant on Central avenue.
Y.W.C.A. Will Conduct
Vespers Next Sunday
The Voting W o m e n ' s Christian
association will conduct
another
vesper service Sunday afternoon in
the Lounge of Richardson hall, according to .Mary !•". Nelson, '.30
president.
The men are also invited to attend this service.
A
social hour will follow, Miss Nelson announced.
Defeating a stellar field includiing the Hawkins sisters, last year
champions, Evelyn Grecnburg, '33,
won the free style 100 yard swim
at the Jewish Community Centei
on Washington avenue last Tliurs
day night.
Miss Greenburg entered State college in January of
this year, and has had no formei
experience in competitive swimming.
She was the individual star of
the open meet. She not only won
the 100 yard event but was also a
finalist in the diving events conducted last night. Her time in the
100 yard swim was 1:24.8, a new
record for women in Albany. Miss
(ireenhurg won a gold medal and
the championship of the city for
her showing.
She is the sister of Rosalind
Greene, '2(>, who was adjudged the
possessor of the best radio voict
in America. She i- a resident ni
Long Island.
Miss Margaret
Hitchcock, instructor in physical education. \va>
a judge at the -swimming meet
Arthur
I'. Jones, '.ill, acted as
scorer,
C. H. BUCKLEY THEATRICAL
NOW
Myskania class guardians announced today. She defeated Mary Do~
herty and Arlton Bush.
The office of vice-president, now
vacant, will be filled by elections to
be conducted some time during the
next two weeks.
Miss Reynolds is a member of
Kappa Delta sorority.
New Voter's Delegate
To Attend Conference
The New Voters' Unit is now
planning to send a delegate to the
national conference ot the League
of Women Voters, according to
Carolyn Smith, '32, president of the
unit.
This convention will be conducted at
Louisville,
Kentucky,
from April 2S to May -I, -lie said.
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