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State College News
Vol. XIV No. 24
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY APKIL 4, 1930
FACULTY TO HELP
WITH CONFERENCE
HONOR FRATERNITY
MAY BE OBTAINED
Meeting
Proposal
Here
Gains
of
Over
Strong
Week-end
Will
B e Placed
Hands
Approval
Sophomore Reaches Utopia;
Obtains "A" In All Subjects
O n e student reached t h e goal
of r e c e i v i n g g r a d e s o f A i n e v e r y
subject for which she was regist e r e d last s e m e s t e r .
She is M a r g a r e t H e n r y , a m e m b e r of t h e
s o p h o m o r e class.
S h e is also
t h e h o l d e r of t h e h i g h e s t s c h o l astic
average
in t h e College,
Miss Klizabelh V a n D c n b c r g h ,
r e g i s t r a r , said.
The
following
subject
composed t h e eighteen hours s h e is
c a r r y i n g : c o m m e r c e 7, F r e n c h 4 ,
F r e n c h 8, history 3, h i s t o r y 7.
m a t h e m a t i c s 2, a n d m a t h e m a t i c s
3.
I n
of C o u n c i l
of
D r . Brubacher
" T h e faculty a r c giving a n e n thusiastic approval t ot h e conference planned for this w e e k - e n d b y
the Y o u n g W o m e n ' s Christian a s sociation
a n dt h e Young
Men's
Christian association," Mary
Nelson a n d W a r r e n C o c h r a n e seniors
a n d p r e s i d e n t s of t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n s ,
said today.
" T h e joint conference planned b y
the Y . W , C. A . a n d t h e Y . W .
C . A . f o r t h i s w e e k - e n d i s o n e of
t h e finest p r o j e c t s t h a t h a s b e e n
u n d e r t a k e n b y a n y of t h e C o l l e g e
organizations for s o m e time, and 1
E m a n u e l G r e e n , 3 0 , w h o will
shall d o e v e r y t h i n g in m y p o w e r
introduce resolution calling for
t o m a k e it a s u c c e s s , "
President
o r g a n i z a t i o n of s c h o l a s t i c h o n o r
A. R . B r u b a c h e r said w h e n asked
society.
his opinion.
Dean William
I I . Metzler
also
praised this n e w addition t o State
college's annual p r o g r a m ,
H e said,
"I h e a r t i l y e n d o r s e t h e idea of c o n ducting such a conference here at
State college.
I shall attend t h e
o p e n i n g sessions tonight and deeply
T h e Troubadours, men's minstrel
r e g r e t m y i n a b i l i t y t o lie p r e s e n t
at t h e v a r i o u s H i r e l i n g s w h i c h will i r g a n i z a l i o n , h a v e b e e n i n v i t e d i n
lie c o n d u c t e d
tomorrow."
p r e s e n t a p e r f o r m a n c e at t h e I'
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,
,
. . .
Faculty
S t a t e c o l l e g e will h a v e a n h o n o r ary
scholastic
tion
that
Emanuel
introduce
today
The
the
society
if t h e r e s o l u -
Green,
in t h e student
is favorably
resolution
student
'30,
association
assembly
"Whereas,
of this
ege believes that scholarship
be r e w a r d e d
whereas,
may
considered.
reads:
and encouraged.
t h eestablishment
scholastic
honor
encourage
a n d reward
organization
col-
should
will
DRASTIC CHANGES
IN SPORTS SLATED
Athletic
Investigating
Present
Group
Will
Views I n
Assembly
Drastic
changes
in t h e o r g a n i z a -
tion a n d direction of m e n ' s
will
be made
of t h e a t h l e t i c
tions
investigivflng
committee are adopted
in a s s e m b l y
• ' " ' ;
today.
A
athletics
if t h e r e c o m m e n d a -
resolution
will
be introduced,
if t i m e p e r m i t s , p r o p o s i n g a n a c t i v e
And.
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MATHEMATICIANS
a
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t o care
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consist-
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scholarship,
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representative of intra-mural sports.
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research t h ec o m p e t e d work begun i , , . . , , , ,
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scholastic honor
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I I . Metzler
today
r e c e i v e s , . , , . i,,,,.,. r ,.,-,.:,,,„i
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managers
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t e r m e d o n e of t h e m o s t p r
t been
ippoinied.
committee
of three
seniors, tw
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found a n d scholarly
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loi meetings t o a w a r d
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road,
probably
W e d n e s d a y , |,;ll.|ier a n d - u c h faculty
member
print l o r suine tune.
Dr. Muir
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rector.
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performance
w i l l i ;,
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honor
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g e n e r a l ' • ' , I,.-,,, a l l o w e d t o p l a y in t h e i n t e r b i i n g t o a c l o s e llie m o s t s u c c e s s I a t ] < | | M r M . l ll.is p l a n t o tin- s i u d e i n " , Hi . i.l :l ' - - u p j - n n t C-.I.UMII
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ol t h e T h e faculty c o u n c i l . < ireen said,)-s> r i l , ' , , M '
t'mvcrsily,
olTered
t o | , a v c Illc, w i | h ,|(1 rc>spo,lg
t i o n officei s a n d I r y - o u l s f o r s o n g S h i l l i u g l a w ,
earrv o n t h e work.
| w a s lh<- p r o p e r b o d y l o i i i s t i t l l t t
a n d c h e e r leader-, o f t h e s t u d e n t high s c h o o l .
A l t e r y e a 'r s of w'o r k a n d r e s e a r c h
a s s o c i a t i o n w i l l h e c o n d u c t e d in a s - Mo.-.l o f t i n - p e r f o r m , i's in t i n
Metzler
brings
o u t w h a t is
W h e n a s k e d if h e i h o i i g h t t h e D r .
senibh
F r i d a y , a c c o r d i n g t o M a r - n i s i so I w h i c h w a s e n a c t e d i n t i n
revised
honor society would b e established called t h esecond edition,
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of R a g e
ball
b v ti b e f o r e l l i e e n d o f t h i s
semester,
From
student association.
I lie e l i g i b i l i t y ' I ' r o u b a d o u r have
signified
t h e n l ireen replied. " I l a c inille.e is o r i g i n a l w o r k of D r . M u i r .
240 p a g e s c o n t a i n e d in t h e o r i g i n a l
lis! f o i m e m b e r s of M \ s k a n i a n e x t
intentions
t o take
part
in t h i s i n i u i e d i a t e l y a p p o i n t e d a n d it b e g i n s
Dr. Metzler h a s expanded
s e a r will a l s o b e r e a d . ' M i s s B o t l o
work at o n c e . I see n o r e a s o n w h y editi
s h o w t o b e p r e s e n t e d at t h e h i g h
"I.a Marche Lorraine" a n d " A u p all d e t a i l s s h o u l d n o i h e c o m p l e t e d a n d a d d e d t o t h e v o l u m e l o b r i n g
T h o s e who have been elected by school
res d e M a Blonde," t w o F r e n c h s o n g s ,
Several
new pans
will b e f o r e l l i e e n d o l llie c o l l e g e y e a r . " i t s t , , i a l p a g e s u p t o 7(6.
their classes l o try-out for College
In
writing
o n I h e work-,
t h e will he sunt, a s p a r i of t h e e n l e r t a i n h a v e t o b e i n t r o d u c e d in t h i s n e w '
a r e : Margaret C.
song
leader
S
h Africa
( a p e Times
s a i d : ! » i e n l of F r e n c h fete t o he c o n d u c t e d
I l i c k c v , '.II: E l e a n o r M . C a g e , ',IJ: p r e s e n t a t i o n ,
according
to K„ox | | ^ - r f
J V l W l f o > r Of
Echo
" I t is ,,n e s a t n p l e of s c i e n t i f i c col- in t h e a u d i t o r i u m of P a g e h a l l l o m o r a n d K a t h e r i u e I. L o n g , '.i.i.
audience will not
b e c a u s e ll
' be I
l a h n r a t i o n , f o r D r . M e t z l e r g i v e s : r o w n i g h t , E s t h e r S l i u t l s , '3(1, g e n T i n - c a n d i d a t e s c h o s e n b y t h e i r a b l e l o urn
full c r e d i t t o t h e o r i g i n a l a u t h o r e r a l c h a i r m a n a n n o u n c e d t o d a y . T h e r e
- l a n d some oi t i n
c l a s s e s i n t r y out f o r m e n ' s c h e e r
credit
t o t h e will a l s o h e s e v e r a l p i a n o s e l e c t i o n s
.mil il g i v e s g r e a l
of i n t e r e s t l o oi' •' :
which wei
I h e t h u d i s s u e o l llie M a l e ( o l leader ol the' C o l l e g e a r e : H o r a c e
Niuerican m a t h e m a t i c i a n
w h o h a s by E s t h e r
W a t e r s , ' 3 0 , a n d violin
X ' e y e r l h e - leg,- I-'., h o w i l l a p p e a r n e x l
I Inn I',. M y e r s , M l ; R o b e r t R a u k i n s , M2; M a l e c o l l e g e a i l d i e l l
a n d s o t h o r o u g h l y ! .-olos In F r i e d a S c h a d a n d ( ' a l h e r i n ,
geiierou.sh
W,,r
h e said, " w e d o , „ „ e x p e c t d a y . W a r r e n
!< C . c h r a n e , '3(1,
. m d i lav i o n S l e w a r t . ' 3 3 .
developed
Muir'
agonal
r e I < row der, s e n i o r s .
The
'candidates
loi women's
I|1 1
1 1 11
1 1 1,
c l i c h e s ,,(' f o r t y y e a r s a g o "
T h i r y - f n e sluclenls will l a k e p a r i
:
, h e , r l e a d e r of i h e a s s o c i a t i o n w h o
in t h e fete. M i s s S l i u t l s s a i d .
Sylvia
will
represent
their
c l a s s , - , a r e : p a r t s s i i b s i i i u l . i i K l o r t h o s e o i n i t - ( ) j . u | | i i i | ( | ._,„_ U | ) ( | | R i u . l m .
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R o s e , ' 3 1 , c h a i r m a n of t h e e n t e r l a i n h ' r a n c s \ ' P e c k , '.51 ; \ l i i e C i b l i n , " • ' ' , „ l a s , s h o w p r o v e d , o b e a S,.lain a n d I lelen ( i . i . . j u n i - „ . l
-1 D r a n s U and H e l e n M e a d ,
'3J: a n d Rosalie Karpel, '33.
su, cess not ,,ii|\ l r o m t h e s t a n d . ' ' "
TROUBADOURS GET
CHANCE TO PLAY
AT ROESSLEVILLE
STUDENT OFFICERS
TO BE NOMINATED
IN NEXT MEETING
2 SONGS WILL BE
FEATURE OF FETE
TOMORROW NIGHT
Will Appear
"•
Thursday
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Council May Introduce
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Manager For Debates Juni0rs To Represent
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b o a r d I'm l l i e lir-1 l i m e in t h e h i s
given over t o t w o dame
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t h e a u s p i c e - ol t h e a s R o s a l i e .
w h o is h e r e in
Women's Christian i
T h o s e s t u d e n t s w h o will a c t in t h e
Young Mi
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amendment
which m a y
c h a n g e t h e t i t l e .ui<\ d u t i e s of tl
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a m i • , | | j s u . . n - | - | | i s , ( | s | ) i s .,,, j l l l U J V a
,,i l h , \ i n e r i c a n R e d C r o s s , a c c o r d - a r e ( a l h e r i n e D o o l e y , Ml. a s K u g c n t
be iulrodll
Jdn\
, ing t o M a r i o n F H o l l o '.ill, p r e s i d e n t ; l ' i n l e r p r e t e u r ; L o u i s e C r o n k , M l , a:
l t h e next meeting \ | a I . j , , n (,il|,cil. juniors, ,ill repre
1 | n | | ( ' , „ |,, ; | I I , .
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the ( n i l s ' Athletic a s s o c i a t i o n
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,.,,,y N'elson,
.\e,s,
president, announced h.day.
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erei
M o v i u _, „ p , | ; i j t „ t h e p e r s o n e n I M r . H i l l , a g r a d u a t e of L i n c o l n R e l l y l l o g s o n ; l l e r l h a H a r r i s , '30, a s
I h e aiiiendiiient will p r o v i d e for ( ) f A , l u . M l i i i i c o l l e g e w o m e n i
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II,111,'! e,l a l A n n A r b o r , M i c h i g a n , , , i l l , , „ - , , | t h e b e s t p i e c e of p r o s e , ' t h e
Harvard
D i v i n i t y c o l l e g e . Willi 3 1 . a s 1 i n s p e c t e u r ; R u l h I s r a e l , M l ,
Kite l o r I h e p r e s e n t
s e c r e t a r y . ( ) | ) | - | | U , M | , I V , .April 1\
liH-hrane said.
Pile j u d g e s ol tin •] r e a d o n e of h i s n e g r o s e r m o n s a n d1 " s la c a i s s i e r e ; A l e x a n d e r
Schoor,
Ihe
manager
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V W a n d Y. M . C A . coiiferenc,
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d e b a t e s , i n c l u d i n g t h e s c h e d u l e , a n d g a t h e r I b i s y e a r w i t h llie e a s t e r n
A t t h e c o n c l u s i o n of t h e p r o g r a m ,
will h a n d l e all c o r r e s p o n d e n c e for d e l e g a t e s .
T h e o b j e c t of t h e c o n
t h e r e will b e d a n c i n g in t h e g y m n a s llie c o u n c i l .
f e r e u c e will b e t o d i s c u s s p r o g r e s s
i u m of P a g e h a l l , w h e r e r e f r e s h m e n t s
W h e t h e r o r n o t I h e c h a n g e will m a d e d u r i n g l l i e |>asl y e a r in o r will h e s e r v e d .
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b u t il is k n o w n l o h a v e t h e a p -n e w s p o r t s .
j u n i o r will teach o n e d a y , a n d t i n
p r o v a l o f s e v e r a l m i n e b e r s of t h e P l a n s f o r n e x t y e a r ' s
l u i n o r s w h o a r e t a k i n g E n g l i s h •-'
program
council.
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said
c u l a r affairs.
uate
G. A. A. At Convention ; S % ^
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Miss Wheeling Announces 1 hat Juniors
Will Appear Again In Teaching Roles
New Honorary Council
May Be Organized Here
State College Women
Will Debate Vassar
Myskania Request Juniors
To Present College Records
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IN
REPORTING
Sophomores Gain 8 To 3 Lead In Rivalry
By Victories In Debate And Basketball
V i c t o r y in three events, t w o of
t h e m interclass rivalry
contests,
m a r k e d t h e efforts of the s o p h o m o r e class last Friday t o overcome
the three point lead gained by t h e
freshmen.
A unanimous decision of three
judges a w a r d e d the debate in as
semhly F r i d a y m o r n i n g t o the
sophomore
team
defending
the
negative side of t h e d i s a r m a m e n t
question.
In t h e afternoon the
s o p h o m o r e m e n ' s basketball team
handed the freshmen squad a decisive IS to 8 defeat in the interclass
basketball game.
Five points were a w a r d e d the
s o p h o m o r e s for t h e debate and
three for the g a m e , giving t h e m a
lead of eight to three in interclass
rivalry.
In the afternoon an interclass
track meet w a s conducted under
the supervision of Coach Rutherford Baker. T h e relay race w e n t
to the freshmen.
J o h n Delehanty
won the r u n n i n g high j u m p for
the s o p h o m o r e s and George P. Rice
won the springboard high j u m p , to
wen the score. T h e sophomores
also won first places in most of
the dashes.
Because of the kidnapping
George Rice, who was to have been
first speaker and refntator for the
negative,
the sophomores
were
forced lo make t w o last minute
substitutions.
Andrew Hritz, the
alternate, gave the first c o n s t r u c tive speech and S a m u e l D r a n s k y
rebutted
for
the
sophomores.
Frances
Gaynor
was
second
speaker a n d K e n n e t h Miller third
speaker.
T h e freshman team was composed of Charles Jttckctt,
first
speaker; Violet P t i t m a n .
second
speaker;
Marcia
Gold,
third
speaker; a n d Lloyd J o n e s , r e b u t t a l
speaker.
D u r i n g t h e rebuttal for
the affirmative, D r a n s k y a m e m b e r
of the negative team, arose on a
point of order requesting the chairm a n , A n n a T . Moore, '30, president
of debate council, to limit J o n e s to
refutation alone instead of i n t r o d u c ing n e w material as he had been
doing. T h e chair sustained D r a n sky's objection,
T h e judges were Miss Helen C.
Phillips,
assistant
professor
of
English, Donald B r y a n t , instructor
in English, and E m a n u e l Green, '30,
a m e m b e r of the m e n ' s varsity d e bate team.
Frederick C r u m b , '30,
acted as timekeeper.
T h e kidnapping of Rice o c c u r r e d
at nine o'clock Friday m o r n i n g at
the corner of Robin street a n d E l k
street.
At this point he was accosted by Thorlcy Du Rose, Arlton
Bush, Benjamin I n g r a h a m , a n d Alvin Shaffer, all m e m b e r s of the
freshman class. His a r g u m e n t s to
be allowed to continue on to the
College not being sufficiently persuasive, Rice was put into a taxi
and driven to a road beyond W o l fcrt's Roost. Here be and his captors alighted and proceeded for
nearly a mile over a dirt road until
'bey reached what the freshmen
called a " c a m p . " Here he was ,1c
aiued until his captors a n n o u n c e d
hat 11:45 o'clock had been reached.
The group then started for home.
Unfortunately for the freshmen's
purpose, the watch was fast, for
actually they had started home at
11:30. Rice reached t h e house of
a friend on the Loudenville road
where he telephoned the College
and informed his classmates of his
whereabouts. T h e same friend had
her chauffeur drive him in to t h e
city and be arrived at the assembly
just as Kenneth Miller, third negative speaker, was delivering his
speech. Rice explained to his class
the reasons for his absence a n d
then conferred with the s o p h o m o r e
team.
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RIP VAN WINKLES AWAKEN
York City. S.UM).
Mabatma Chandi, born of the third class of India,
M e m b e r s of the student association will do well
t o consider w h e t h e r or not they a r c r e m o v i n g the educated as an English lawyer, trained in the industries of South Africa and guiding at this moment
cause for the athletic decline in the College when masses of India's 3110,000,1)00 population in a movethey receive the r e c o m m e n d a t i o n s for changes in the ment lo gain for India political independence by his
plan oi "noil-violent non-cooperation."
organization of the men's athletic council.
Chandi was raised in the Hindu faith. Willi much
T h e proposal of the investigating committee sugtin' spirit of a d v e n t u r e which finds such svidespr
gests the abolition of the old council as such, a n d • xpi 1-.-.-.K HI a m o n g tin- vottlli ol America
today,
liY A I. RIT( IIIK
the institution of a new g r o u p which will handle (,h:uicti doubted tile sacrcducss of certain law* and
the disbursements, contracts, and a p p o i n t m e n t s in \ partook ol the flesh of the sacred cow. hi much
\fler semiring the dirtinnariesthe same spirit u\ adventure he went to Kngland butli French and Latin—for a fane
care of t h e council.
In have a taste of English law. l i e completed his
For six years, it is said, meetings of the council
work and one oi bis first ease.-, look him to South title to grace this wandering discusfor the transaction of its business have been few Africa.
Here be became interested in the cause of inn, we have come "home tired hii'
and far between. It is time that the Rip Van Winkles, the Indian laborer.
happy" to a good nld Knglisli friend
Some years later, upon bi.s return to India, Chandi
a w o k e a n d took cognizance of present conditions.
crusaded for social reforms, w o r k i n g to raise the
Scout A-l suggested three names
But, is t h e membership of the council responsible
position of the maltreated untouchables and to solve
for this? O r it is the fact that some m e m b e r s have the problem of m a r r i a g e of young girls a n d non- for the column- Doric, Ionic, an<
Corinthian.
declared they cannot find time to discharge their marriages of widows.
Gradually Chandi turned his attention to a criticism
duties?
This column is meant to express
of
British
rule,
and
finally
to
open
hostility
t
o
w
a
r
d
s
P e r h a p s it would be advisable to reduce to writIn conjunction with the national c o n g r e s s he some of those more brilliant insights
ing the by-laws of the organization in order that it.
started
a
movement
for
a
dominion
form
of
governm e m b e r s would clearly u n d e r s t a n d their duties. It
that come to mind just too late to be
would also eliminate the inconveniences caused by ment siuiiliar to that of Canada. I lis plan not hav- appreciated.
If you are bored with
ing met with liritisli approval, Chandi is now leading
our "disappearing constitutions."
the trivialities set forth elsewhere in
Let us look over the results of the failure of the bis following in a movement for complete independcouncil to function properly.
L e t t e r s for various ence to be attained through bis system of "non- this journal, glance in on us.
sports, in some cases, are more than a year over- violent non-cooperation."
The
freshman
class,
through
His biographer questions the wisdom of trusting
The first regret we wish to record
due.
M a n a g e r s of varsity s p o r t s have never received
an excitable mob to bold to non-violence, a n d the in this column is our failure to see Lloyd Jones, repudiated the a b official appointment to their positions. No a r r a n
duction by the four over-zealous
m e n t s have been made for athletic a w a r d s , o n e var- possibility of m a k i n g a new political o r g a n i z a t i o n ol the Troubadour show.
Mr. Knox m e m b e r s of their class.
i(l(),(l()(l,()il() individuals, many ignorant and comparasity m a n a g e r said.
and company aroused the college's
W h e n asked how he fell toward
T h e m e m b e r s h i p of the proposed council is a satis- tively lew speaking the same language.
sense of humor, apparently dormant his captors, Rice said, "I regard
C. b. Andrews is in a remarkably line p
factory o n e except from one viewpoint. It is evident
their
attempt as ill-considered and
that the council overlooked the increased interest in I lo tell of Ghandi's ideas.
He has been his friend through the long winter. "How are
Who was that hasty and I have no hard feelings
i n t r a m u r a l sports,
It does n o t seem fair to have j and companion lor more than a seme ol years.
I lit y' all Mr. Hones?
about
the matter just now. Inasonly o n e representative of intramural sports when book is dynamic and important.
lady"
much as they failed to win the dethere are four representatives of varsity sports. Durbale, in spile of what might be
ing the past season inter-class contests in football, \Mmiiial for Report unit Thesis ll'nliu:i.
B \ G. I'..
The absence of a XTws board for called
uusporlsnian
like
tactics,
basketball, and (rack have been conducted,
f o r all j
Sclioyar. 57 pages. I'. S. Crofts and Co. New
there is little ground for harborlite
two
previous
issues
brings
up
this
of the participants in these s p o r t s , however, the com- i
\ ork.
ing
any
hard
feeling.
T
h
e
only
mittee proposes only one representative, and that o n e
This little handbook is a boon lor the practical point : Whom -hall we sue for the
damage done was to my feelings
will he chosen by the m e m b e r s of the new council. I anil analytical student win. lias liequcutly to write libelmi- statements in those two isand my clothing and time will
Regular a n d conscientious disc barge of dutit s to Ibenies, essays, and literary work in gener
eradicate the one and the tailor
In concise and dehuite suggestions, the author
the association by the athletic council is the real
will the other."
cure for present conditions.
Changing the m e m outline-, the in,inner of choosing the subject, the
l.l'l'l I.I". I X C O . V S I S T K X C Y
bership will avail little if the new group continues gathering of the material, the illustrative material,
! he ireshuien and sophomores wen
the same tactics as its predecessors in handling the and the best style for the individual piece of work.
athletic affairs of the men.
T h r o u g h o u t the book are given definite e x a m p l e s I :i | ><lUt p , debate. The
The frosh were to
ti
ui ways ol collecting material and presenting it in
iphold the proposition "That the sevthe
best
possible
manner.
AN ATTEMPT TO FILL A XKKI)
T h e types of subjects represented run from toilet eral n; l i o n s adopt a policy of e m State college has for a long time felt the need of articles to the history of Italy, showing how cosmo- plele ,1 sari lament except for ail adeBY A t . S C I I O O R
an organization which would recognize scholastic politan in use the hook can be.
Plans for a track team are being
quale
put e
force."
boll
frosb, formulated
Efforts to obtain
achievement in its student body.
rapidly a n d 2.1, men
T h e thorough study of this little volume for a few
a chapter of one of the best known of the national hours will amply repay the student in the time saved xiniew tat disarming!)' but constittt- have already signified their willhonor fraternities have been unavailing, a c c o r d i n g in preparing and presenting his assigned t h e m e s as ling a M l y "adequate pulk e force' ingness to come out for track, t h u s
to the administration. T h e reasons given were that well as the lesson it gives in the systematic manner saw a lent
giving this sport a hue impetus.
email w h o might •ndauger
c h a p t e r s of this organization were being distributed shown for going about the lot of the college student.
A meeting was conducted earlier
their p ilic) of disarmament. fe came in the week, at which deliuite steps
in the s o u t h e r n and western sections of the c o u n t r y .
under
It was pointed out that it would he impossible to
he
lassilication of o ilrabanil in the establishment of ibis branch
TWO YEARS AGO TODAY
establish a chapter here within the next ten years.
ol war and was i m m e d i a t e l y leportcd of athletics was outlined.
l i m n t h e files of the N'l.w s for A p r i l -1, 0„>H
T h i s m o r n i n g in assembly a member of the student
association will introduce a resolution proposing to
file annual convention of the c h a p t e r s of Alpha
The
sophomore
m e n have
Whit h r eininds lis that lb c sopbothe council of the faculty the establishment of a local I'hi Gamma, national honorary journalism fraternity, more i etra n last F r i d a y mi gllt well
challenged t h e freshmen to a
scholastic honor organization.
If passed, the plans
baseball game to take place in
will be drawn up and presented to the association is being conducted todas and tomorrow at the Cni have 1. •en ' \ n d Rice only five miles
the near future, as a m e a n s to
away."
as soon as possible. All of the classes will be re- yel'sits of Akron.
settle the question of s u p i e m c y .
presented in the work, since the c o m m i t t e e will be
P e r h a p s the second year m e n
Fifts
ioi, have oblai .1 leaching p.
c o m p o s e d of three seniors, t w o juniors, one sopho
CALENDAR
will duplicate their football vicir, a c . r d i n g l.
more, and one freshman.
t o r y over the yearlings, but it
Today
u John M S:
T h e student association should accord it- hearts
it too early to predict a result.
approval to the plan. Il is lime that those students
S u den l
assenibh
A Mm.
•pain lent
who have distinguished themselves by high sehol
Some vers
promising
material
I'ag e b a l l .
11 III A M.
astir achievement during their four years here should
'I be fresh
II suphoiuorc II
has been noticed a m o n g the can
M. t A and Y W . C. A.
have more recognition fin their work .than can be at midnight Sunday, Mas (., ,i
did,lies who reported for baseball
o p e n ug
,1 e o n l e r e i i c e . 1. .Illige,
given by the printing of their names mi c o m m e n c e night ni the lollosyiiig S a t a n
and H is liki U that Coa, h I'.akci
Rn Ii lids • n h a l l .
H i l l ) P. M.
mctit p r o g r a m s as graduating cum laude or m a g n a will hide ,, small black elep i.ml which h a s bei
will n u n mil as good an a g g i e g a
1
T
o
m
o
r
r
o
w
cunt laude.
present
senior
d
a
lion as last season.
handed down to lliciu f'oui ll
T h e institution of Mich an organization will iaisi Il will he shown ui both assent ilies the Ftidas belo
V. AI C. A. and V. W. C. A.
the interest of the whole College ill its curriculum the bunt begins.
,
dismission y roups.
T h e tennis team got off to
for it will provide an incentive for scholastic excelll.Ollll gc, R i c h a r d s o n hall.
an
auspicious
start
Monday
2:00
ence h i t h e r t o wanting. It will d o much to place ibis
A medal and while ribbon has been received by
IV ,\
night, several of the c a n d i d a t e s
institution upon a plane of equality with other col- the Stale College News from the Columbia Scholastic
showing real ability, and prosY. M. C A . and Y . W . C. A.
leges in this respect.
Press association as the third prize that the News
pects are bright for a successCOIlll i eu e b a n q u e t .
( aleleria,
It will undoubtedly have the approval of those won in competition with other teachers' college ami
ful campaign,
l i n e s led ball.
5:00 P. M.
s t u d e n t s whose scholarship places litem on the list normal school publications in the Columbia contest
En in It fete. A u d i t o r i u m Page
of logical candidates.
It should also have the apSome member* of t h e fat till) ol
hall. « oo p. M.
proval of the students whose participation in extra
the College devote an e s , m u g each
Tuesday
f u n i c u l a r activities lias made difficult the mainteThe organization meeting ol the proposed Metho
week lo keeping in trim, by indulgnance of an honor average, but w h o desire t o see dist club ssill be ill the Young I'e iple's r o o m s of the
ing ill a little basketball and volley
l b late \ \ o m e n ' s d c l i a l i t e a m
their fellow s t u d e n t s receive a d e q u a t e recognition il
unity Methodist Episcopal church Sunday afterball in the old g y m . An excellent
vs. V
r college.
Audit iriuiu,
idea, loo we think, to vary the
the field ill which most of their time and effort h a s noon at 3:30 o'clock, Josephine N e w t o n , '28, anI'age ba'l .
8:15 P. M.
routine
of menial gymnastics.
heen e x p e n d e d .
uotinced today.
AFFAIRS OF STATE
SPORT SHORTS
STATE COLLEGE NEWS; APRIL 4, 193d
Is Demand
State Janiort Coach
BASEBALL SQUAD Ability To DirectOfActivities
Principals, Professor Sayles Says
Milne High Speakers
STARTS PRACTICE
POUR
Four Veteran Players Report To
Coach For An Initial
Field Workout
T h e first call for baseball practice was issued by Coach Rutherford R. Baker last T h u r s d a y afternoon.
About twenty
candidates
reported in the Page hall g y m n a sium for a short drill.
T h e men tossed the ball back
a n d forth, to limber up their a r m s ,
and after a short period of this
work, the roach had his charges
practice bunting.
All were given
an opportunity to display
their
ability in this direction. T h e workout was concluded with a twenty
m i n u t e period of fielding practice.
T h i s year's nine will be without
the services of Carr, Klein, Cousins,
and T a y l o r . ;ill »>f whom g r a d u a t e d
last J u n e .
However, (lit- nucleus
for this season's team will he
found in the following letter m e n :
L e o Allan and Richard W b i s l o n ,
seniors, will form the battery alias been their custom I'm- lln past
three vears.
Vincent I'eMa, '.ill.
will he at second base, and T h o m a s
Kinsclla, '30, \\ • 11 !,r mi. m tin
outfielders.
T h e remaining pusitmn^ m the
team
will In
filled
from
tin
r a n k s of the follow iim p r o ^ p e r m i
plavers Israel Kaplan, '3H, \\\„ n
Ritchie. Frank I lit. U i . n l . - I.vonand
Alexander
School,
junior^.
FJlis Kolo.lnv. h'.n Ilium, Hubert
G o o d r i c h , sophomore-, and lolm
Detletson. (iilherl |)e Laura and
Bruce h'illiy, fre.-hnien
T h e scpiad will continue practice
indoors until it is aide to use the
Ridgefield park diamond, which.
Ridgelield park diamond,
u hieh
23 or 2-1.
T h e baseball schedule as announced by Kenneth A. Miller. '32,
m a n a g e r is as follows: May 3,
H a r t w i c k college at home: May 10,
L o n g Island university at h o m e :
May 17, I lamilton college at h o m e ;
May
2-1, Hartwick
college
at
O n c o n t a ; and Mav 31, St. Michael's
college at h o m e
DRUGS
At The
College P h a r m a c y
BEAUTY SALON
Mary
Janocha
2 1 0 Central Ave.
"Ability t o direct and supervise j o u r n a l i s m , debating and public speaking, and athletics a r e the f o r m s of extra-curricular activity m o s t in
demand by principals and s u p e r i n t e n d e n t s When hiring teachers," P r o fessor J o h n M. Sayles, principal of Milnc H i g h school and secretary
of the placement bureau, said today.
"Any man who has the ability t o
Professor Saylc's statement is
direct such activities and a t th based Upon his experience in filling
same time teach is more valuable the d e m a n d s of the principals and
than one w h o has not the n e c e s s a r y superintendents d u r i n g bis term as
knowledge to coach properly or di- secretary of the placement bureau.
rect any other form of activity,"
T h e value of any teacher to a
Professor Sayles declared.
"Such school is enhanced by his ability to
take
charge of cxtra--curricular acan ability always means the placing
tivities, Professor Saylcs declared.
of a premium on the services of T h i s is especially true of the smaller
such a teacher," according to P r o - schools which cannot afford to hire
an athletic coach or an advisor to
fessor Sayles.
publications or public speaking and
debate coaches.
28 Students Are Not
Almost every high school has a
of some kind. It may
Association Memberspublication
be a newspaper, an annual, or a
I he ollowing students have n o t
availed themselves oi the oppor(unity i f becoming members of the
student association and are, therelore, in it entitled to the privileges
with membership in the
Acklt
lothy
fence
Marion
olio
( I.I
D r i n . n.
I o ine 1- Hill
H e i r K I I . I ike,
(1 1 1 V 111 g S oil.
Mas. n. Re \ . l
literary magazine. T h u s the superintendent is m o r e likely to hire a
student who can assist in the direction of these activities.
Approximately twenty requests
are received by the bureau each
year for students who can both
leach and coach athletic teams. At
the present time there are four positions open awaiting the candidates
who ran both teach and roach,
Professor Sayles said.
Kanh
PLANS NOT
ahelhl.
•'s
fre.-hnien
m u t e s t , ac1'.. l-'litlerer.
Kilglish.
nnual .vent,
ice sometime
The prize
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K d w a n K,
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assistant proli
T h e routes t. an
will probably t a k e
after the spri ig ree
ol $25 given In I
Mrubaehcr, w is wn
Isabel I. Pea rd, '3.
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Just Below Robin Street
Phone
WILL HIKE
The annual hike o( the Girls' Athletic association to Dean's Mills will
be conducted Saturday, May 17, Ethel
Grimdhofcr, '30, president of G. A.
A., announced today. This hike is
usually conducted tl|c Saturday following Moving up day.
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COMPLETED
Five State college w o m e n and
three men. all of the j u n i o r class,
have coached Milne H i g h s c h o o l
pupjls for their annual prize s p e a k ing contest which will be conducted
to-night at 8:15 o'clock in the auditorium of Page hall.
T h e Milne H i g h school students
were formerly directed by seniors
who were assigned to the w o r k as
part of their practice
teaching
duties.
T h e innovation this y e a r
is to permit the juniors to b e c o m e
acquainted with the pupils of Milnc
High school before they begin to
teach, according to Miss K a t h e r i n c
E. Wheeling, supervisor of practice
teaching.
T h e juniors and the pupils they
arc coaching a r e : Doris T o m p k i n s ,
Helen
Hughes;
Alfred
Bascb,
Bentley
Haker;
Nctta
Miller,
Helen Wiltsie; Helen II enderson,
Bertram
Atwood;
Royal
K. .ox,
Burgess Garrison; L a w r e n c e N e w comb,
Carl
Wirshing;
Mary
Goodell, Loretta U c g c n a a r ; Ruth
Hughes, Elizabeth
Lawrence.
MORE GAIN
T h e n a m e s of four m o r e s t u d e n t s
have been added t o the honor roll
for last semester by Miss Elizabeth
Ven Denburgh, registrar.
T h e y are Vera Schocweiss, '30;
Mary T . Maxwell, ' 3 1 ; A n n a Laffan, '32; and Rcgiila Parker, '33.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, APRIL 4, 1930
4
Dean Metzler To Aid
SOPHOMORES WIN
Faculty Will Help
MINISTER GIVES
5200 Profit Realized
BASKETBALL
GAME
Federation Reporters
On Recent Vaudeville
With New Conference
MEN OF COLLEGE
About $100 profit has been made
(Continued From Page I, Column 1)
Dr.
William
H.
Metzler
will
aid
FROM FRESHMEN
MARRIAGE FACTS Dean Metzler will open the conference
on the vaudeville conducted by the
Reverend Ernest Caldecott, minister of the Unitarian C h u r c h of
Schenectady, answered t h e questions of the men of the college on
the subject of m a t r i m o n y , in a
lecture conducted at t h e College
house, Tuesday night.
H e spoke on the physiologicalpsychological aspects of married
life for ten minutes and t h e rest
of the period w a s devoted t o an
open forum under his guidance.
T h e men asked several questions
which he discussed at g r e a t length.
In the opinion of the majority
of the men, the discussion w a s the
best of the series t h u s far.
Reverend Caldecott's lecture w a s
t h e fifth of a scries c o n d u c t e d in
t h e marriage relationship , course
sponsored by the Y o u n g Men's
Christian association. T h e course
is given in conjunction with a
similiar one conducted at t h e Central Y o u n g Men's Christian association to the men of the city.
T h e next speaker will be M r .
W i n c h e s t e r , treasurer of J. B.
L y o n s company, a n d also chairman
of the committee on birth control
of the city.
toniglit at eight o'clock in the Lounge of
Richanlson hall with a welcome address.
This will he followed hy ,-.ti address by
Rev. Cameron Hall of Christ church, New
York city wdiose topic will be " T h e Christian Technique of Living," the main theme
of the conference.
The program will continue tomorrow
•noriiing at 9:.10 o'clock in .the Lounge of
Richardson hall with opening services conducted by Rev. Henry Vruwiiik of the
Madison Avenue Reformed church,
The following discussion groups, for
which the rooms will be assigned later,
will then open under these leaders:
" I s Religion Essential t„ L i f e ? " — R e v .
Cameron flail; " I s Brotherhood Among
Races Attainable? "—.Mr. Richard Hill, a
voting negro graduate of Lincoln univer
'What Are Our
-Dr. Caroline Cr
phy^i:
Christi;
X u ^ r i X n "
\2S&°
for T
^ ^ c r - S i pprohibition,
and "How
f
class
the RussellW. Ludlum, '31, and George
inter- P. Rice, '32, members of the State
played in college bureau of the National Stu-
defeated
15 to 8 in their
basketball
game,
day afternoon,
a n d were
awarded
three points in inter-class
rivalry.
T h e freshmen five did not seem
to
function
in its usual
manner
and was not s t r o n g enough to preits o p p o n e n t s
vent
Lack
of
by
sophomore
Charles
scoring.
caused
attack
Kissam,
seven points.
( ollegc
ill he I
Kolodny,
from
teamwork
their
was led
w h o scored
H i s t e a m m a t e , Ellis
for
three
'Western Civilization?"
points.
V Walker, head of
department.
Gilbert He Laura featured for
lb.
fr.
;rnoon at 2:00 the yearlings with three points.
nge of Richardson hall,
Leo Allan, '30, varsity basketball
ship will he led by Rev.
player, referred t h e contest.
fSElla^
GUESTS OF SORORITY
y Nels
and pi
Evangeline Calkins, '29, and Eleanor Hyde, sister of Marcia Gardner, M.
',30, were week-end guests at Beta Hall
Zeta house.
sophomores
the Page hall g y m n a s i u m , last Fri-
2fiff « defeat.
The
clips'
Reno,
will be
The
freshmen
cafelerin.
accounted
C. H. BUCKLEY THEATRICAL ENTERPRISES
chranc, sen
id'ents of V. W. C . A. and V
Hill, Rev
NOW
HARMANUS
BLEECKER
HALL
Direction Warner
Bros.
S TRAND
SHOWING
LELAND
Week of April 5
BILL HAINES
IN
PALLADINO
The Screen's Brightest Star
Personality Bobs-Finger Waving - Permanent Waving
Home Savings Bank Bldg
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3-3632
Girls' Athletic association
Friday.
This is about the same as last year
made on the musical comedy. Last
year, however, the comedy was given
dent Federation of America news for two nights, hut the profit on the
i larger number of tickets sold was reservice, when
they prepare an duced by the payment for the house.
article on the A b r a h a m Lincoln I T l l e c ° m e d > ' l a s * year was given at
tlic Albany Institute oi History and
Memorial university next
week. Art.
The vaudeville consisted of four
T h e news service bulletin is issued
parts. T h e first was a revue, direcweekly to all m e m b e r colleges.
ted by Ruth Hughes, '31, general
Dr. Metzler, w h o is a trustee of chairman. The second was a one-act
play entitled "Red Carnations," directhe institution, has agreed that he
ted by Dorothy Brimmer and Kathwill lend his services both in col- erine Graham, seniors. The third act
lecting the material and in correct- iincluded tumbling and pyramids, and
cadet drills. Miss Dorothea Uietz, ining the article for final publication. structor in physical education, was in
charge. The fourth was a miniature
comedy entitled "Dreams Come True,"
SORORITY ENTERTAINS
written and directed by Miss Hughes.
Catherine B. Bedford, '26, and
G e r t r u d e S w c c t m a n , '27, spent t h e
IS E N G A G E D
week-end at the G a m m a Kappa
G a m m a Kappa Phi sorority announces
the
engagement of Mabel
I'hi sorority house recently.
Berg, '28. to John I. Carroll, of
Dora D a d m u n , '29, spent the Rensselaer
Polytechnic
Institute.
last week-end at t h e sorority house. T h e w e d d i n g will take place sometime during the s u m m e r .
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W.n. Haines
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Other Stars
John Mack Brown
Benny Rubin—Cliff
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WITH
Leila H y m s , Polly M o r a n ,
Marie Dressier
AH T a l k i n g P i c t u r e
KEATON
IN
"Montana Moon"
"The Girl Said No"
Edwards
Week
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5
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All D i a l o g u e
Western .it Qiinil
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PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
Students and Groups at the State College- /or Teacher?
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