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XV. No. 6
COLLEGE FACULTY
ATTEND MEETING
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y.,FHIDAY, OCTOHER 24, 1930
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MEN TO ARGUE WITH SCOTCH
DEBATERSJONIGHT AT 8:15
DATE FOR DANCES
All Lockers Must Have locks,
OF GREEKS IS SET
Miss Johnston Warns Women
All lockers with no padlocks, or
FOR NOVEMBER 1 without
college padlocks in the
Fifteen Slate college sororities
women's locker room in RichardProfessors and Instructors will conduct their fall house dances
son hall will he locked beginning
Saturday night, N o v e m b e r 1. T h e j Monday, according to an announceOfficiate
at Sectional
T e a m s Will Discuss Primary Function of World Universities;
ment made today by Miss Isabclle
dances will he in the individual
Gatherings in Troy
Miller and Rice to Defend Negative in Page Hall;
Johnston, head of the physical edusorority houses. Committees have
N. S. F. A. Scheduled Debate for College
Ten members of the State college been appointed for the dances by j cation, who is in charge of die
women's
lockers.
faculty will officiate at the sectional each sorority.
The men's varsity debate team will take the platform tonight in the
All the lockers'with padlock atDelta O m e g a a n n o u n c e s the folmeetings of the New York State
second international debate in which representatives of State college have
tachments in Draper hall must he
lowing committees for its d a m e
Teachers association being conducted which will he formal: music a u d i lilted with college padlocks, she
participated when it meets the representatives of the Students' Representative Councils of Scotland in the auditorium of Page hall at 8:15 o'clock,
said.
All other locks will he
in Troy today. T h e first session of j e n t e r t a i n m e n t , Ardith Down, ' 3 1 ;
ft will he the first debate of the season.
broken and .the lockers locked hethis was conducted yesterday. This a r r a n g e m e n t s , Hetty Gordon. '33;
ginning Monday.
Although not definitely known as the N E W S went to press, it is
is the eighty-fifth annual meeting of | refreshments, Esther Woodhurne,
expected
that President A. R. Bruhacher will preside.
decorations, Peggy Merlon
"If you do not own a college
the eastern district, which includes '33;
The terms and subject were received but two weeks ago. The State
'33; a n d p r o g r a m s , Mary 1'itkin,
padlock please remove your beAlbany, Clinton, Columbia, Dutchess, '33.
college
team
will defend the negative side of the proposition, "Resolved:
longings from these lockers," Miss
That the primary function of a'University is to advance the general knowlEssex, Fulton, Greene, Montgomery,
T h e general chairman for the
Johnston requested.
edge of mankind, rather than to supply cultural or vocational training."
Rensselaer, Saratoga,
Schenectady, I'si G a m m a formal house dance is
The Scottish team will argue the affirmative,
Schoharie, Ulster, Warren, and Wash- Adelaide l.indt, '33. T h e other
-U In accordance with the wishes and
committees a r e : decorations, Louise j
ington counties.
custom of the Scottish team, no deciCarlow and Marie Steifvater, jun- ;
ion will be announced.
President A. R. Bruhacher spokejiors; music, Lucia Stephens, "'31, j
OF 1934
SURVEYED
The Scottish universities will be
yesterday afternoon on the "Relation- and Ruth Harlin, '32; a r r a n g e - j
D V H D IJDUD A TUVD
represented
by John M. MacCormick
ship of Current I d e a t i o n a l Ideals to j " u m t s , Edith Hunt, '31, ami Frant i l UK.
BKUbALHLK
of Glasgow university and Norman
ccs Hcvclt. S2; refreshments, Iwc- -i he
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first scholarship survey of the
the Practical Kfficiency of the School" h y , | K.siuay and Bertha Buhl, sop
A, B. Wilson of St. Andrew's unifreshman class was made Monday
versity.
at ine teacher training class section | h o n i o r o
whitli was conducted in the Troy high | T h e committees for the F.ta Phi I when a meeting of all the faculty who
Stale college will be represented by
school. Dr. Elizabeth II. Morris, as- house dance which wiil hi- formal ! are leadline freshman subjects was
Kenneth A. Miller, '32, first speaker,
sislaul prolcssor of education, will a r c : refreshments, Kalhryn Bel-j conducted according to President A.
and George P. Rice. '32, second
speak in the same section this after- knap and Rosemary Harvey, jun- . R Hniharhcr who was in (barge ol
speaker. Rice will also refute for the
noon on the "Analysis oi the (Juah- lors, a n d I harlotte Lohnas, '3.!;]
negative.
ties of a Teacher."
decorations
-Minis Kellogg, '.^i, ; H"' meeting
((instructive speechs will be fifteen
In the commercial section meetings Harriet Madden and Violet Put- , ' wax discovered that a cousidei
minutes in length and one rebuttal
speech of five minutes will be allowed
yesterday, Chester G. Terrill, assistant 1 nam, s o p h o m o r e s ; music. Ann. -1'1'' number o the present freshman
| each side.
professor in commerce, and Harrison Ncsbit, '32. and Madeline McKeon. , | a " l,:iV1 ' 'i' 1 ' 0 ' 1 ' " i n i ' c 1 " R ; =>l:l'c
MacCormick I s A . M . And L L . B .
M. Terwilliger, assistant professor of! '33; faculty, Helen Mead. '32
I college re.|uirenients, he said. An
d T r l wl11U m:t,U
ll,ul
MacCormick, who is twenty-live
commerce, were the leaders of discus-:
Marguerite Northrup, '32, will be
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' " " "'nether
those
who
1
years
old. received Ins master of arts
lallcn
umlcr
nave
sions on department heads and imsi- '• vcncral chairman for tin- Kapp;
done s,, he.:
degree in 1927 and his bachelor of
if too much outside
ness Fnglish.
' D e l t a house dance which will In
rk.
he.au
informal.
T
h
e
other
committees
«'ork.
i"-'caiise
,,l
inadequate
health,
law
degree
in 1929. l i e has been
Miss Marion \V. kedwav, the
prominent in Scottish political life
Milne high school librarian, is chair- arc: a r r a n g e m e n t s , Helen d o m i c he. ause they have allowed outside dis'33:
music,
Fdilh
Cairns,
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a
t
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n
s
to
interfere,
or
because
they
since his undergraduate days. He
man of the library section which is
•"<•' >"-1 f : u '»'« I" make an effort, or
\ founded and was first president of
being conducted at the Rensselaer freshments, F.velvn Pills. '32.
G a m m a Kappa I'hi announces l l " ""' understand how lo meet rethe Glasgow University Nationalist
Polytechnic institute library.
Miss
Association.
He had contested a
'l"ircnicnts, Dr. Bruhacher announced,
Madeline Gilmour, assistant professor j Ihc following committees: refresh
'Glasgow constituency while still an
of library science, addressed the meet- I incuts. M a w Gaiuor, '33, and Mane
I be I"'"" Wjtcm which was drawn
undergraduate.
According to the
ing jesterday afternoon. She spoke j Greene. '32: music, Frances Co, up In a sludcnl-iacully committee
National Student Federation of Aineron "Reference Books for the School j nell, '31; p r o g r a m s . Caroline Chris »»" c;'ii»idi-r«l In Hie lacu IN and re- ica's bulletin, "he is a powerful
lihrarv"
Hansen, '33. T h e dance will be i n - ; turned to the connmtlee lor liirlher
• speaker and thinker and has addressed
D r . ' H o w a r d A. I)..Bell, professor formal.
-""'J' •'"ul ".ini.lelion, he said. Ihc
meetings in practically every town in
of inalhenialics, will speak this after T h e general chairman for ihc Present members ..I ihc trcshinan
noon at the mathematics section on I Chi Sigma Thela house dance, 'lass who arc not up U. requirements
| Scotland."
He is now a qualified
^
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"Tests.and Testing". In the medical j which will be informal, is Catherine - r e consider e.l and u was , k , , d e < |
solicitor and intends to practice law
p
&
upon his return from the debating
inspection section this afternoon, Dr. Brodcrick, 31. I he oilier c m
»• ' a slu.lc.it ilm i- i t p o i t i i a
constructive
r | l . | j . , ( . r t | u . sl.COMf|
freshments, Ancc
Aiic< |.nhug m l u o M, , . , Is any iiion h o. ;
lour.
Caroline C. Croasdale, College physi-1 n.i.il.ee.s a r c : refreshments,
j
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1
cian anil head of the hygiene depart- ' 'iblui.
32: d o oraiions,
« „ successiv
.it.cssiu
I
* e auainst the ; His colleague, Wilson, who is
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\Marx.
| i i n 1 1m
a .singl
single sulijut
subject two
ment, will speak on "School Nurs- Kant, '32; chaperoncs, Miss
|'„ilhs will have to drop all extra
->•
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„,., Scott
twenty-one years of age, is interested
\ | j , . . |',i,,i|
months
exln ,
f
, ...:...k-. andi music.
. :.. Mildred
\l:i.l
l Crowi
r i i r r i r n l n r activities.
activities
Ire|iresc-ni
.|IICMIII..I»I>
OI O H
.S.OH
'
curricula!"
in the stud, of chemistry, lie has
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There are between twenty-five a n d ! umvei sines.
ing.
gained a reputation as an orator in
Professor Charlotte Loch, head of
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bis duties for the Students' Reprea, ,are
1 , present
time || Y.M.C.A.
TO
GIVE
sentative Councils, lie has taken a
the French
department,
will be secthe I p.silon
T h e coiii.niltees
forhouse
the dan.
Alpha , the
thirtyrcpiiremeius
freshmen who
not fullilhug
Jiairnian
of the
modern language
Phi mlormal
Dr. Bruhacher said. Thc-e arc beh
lion. This afternoon Professor Win-1 are: n Ireslnnenls, h.dilh I eppc
FRESHMAN
DINNER
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i " , h . I, • 8 l c s h t , l < l , l , y
checked mi on now, he concluded.
fre.l C. Decker, head of the German '33: decoralion.s. Ruth Kn.iuna,
department, will address the Hudson [32; or. Mat ions. M a n i a Cold. 3.
NOVEMBER
SIXTH
represented it in debate with the rival
Valles Chapter of the association o f ' m u s i c . Schna Sims, '32: a r r a n g .
,al dinner of the Young c , , l | l ^ t : " f \***K»*•fh,
Teachers of German, which is meeting m e n s . Mildred Smith, 32.
,r
.
I Men's Christian association to fresh. " , , n " . . , , u ' ' f . -vt'|lIr ) K ]rf l>™
in the language section.
i I'l Alpha I a n announces the f.i
K
11 111
,v er s,, r ar
The headquarters for the convention lowing . o n i i u u t . e s IOI its uiloriii;
I
\ budget of SKKK), the largest ever November (i, according lo George hameiitary and Dialectic club and has
general
chairnia
are in the llendrick Hudson hotel in house dance
,
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submitted to am freshman class, ac draff, '3(1, president of the association. organized
Troy. The various sectional meetings' SyK i.i Mnlwit/, 31; p r o g r a m s , !..
all
University
debates.
He
^ ; | 1 - M,b editor ol Ins . ollege magai online lo Philip Kicciardi, treasurer, Speakers will include Mr. S h e w
are being conducted in the schools and I
•Cmtinued m, /•.!.;,• .', cininn Si
was .a. cpted hy '31 at a meeting last F.ddv, former national secretary i
Miller
First
F
o
r
Negative
public buildings throughout the city.
week.
Rirciar'di says ili.il the in- the V. M. ('. A.; several men frol
Miller, who will he first speaker for
Many Slate college graduates who ^ / J J / / ^ p j / /
GAMMA
; Mr. h'a
i ic.sed am.unit is due In the in. rease the central office in Albau>
,.retarv
, . of N. ,,, State college, has been alternate on
iw teachers or high school
in ihe iiumber ol iresluiieu,
.Sweelinan, exec ve secretary oi .New ,,
., • , , , ,
, .
principals arc attending this meeting
The am it designated for men's Vorl- s:,.,,.. i ,„„„;i- President \ R l , i r t c varsity debates last year and is
as discussion group leaders or as
I
e ,\
ir .
>i
rr
athletics has been in. reined from $25(1 I U \ n l i II l < MJIK | . l o l l III . i . I\
speakers.
Bruhacher; Den, William II. M , u . | "IS member
of the debate councd. H e
to S3III), due lo an extensive scluduh ler;
and the presidents of the four
" , m '" , l l l ' r " f ' ' G a n l . m , a M u -, l l 0 1 1 '
Tlu , i M
DIAir
rniWMllTYVV
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publications party in the lo, ih. jcarluig basketball team.
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orary social| science society, and was
'••\'l'r IMI.IV t h e s n e a l e r of l b , e v e l a M • ' ' ' " ' , »'' l "' , lgcr of b a s e b a l l .
lie
RING
LOMMll
ILL
,hislor> of Slate college will he given
Hues ol three dollars are bene ,,,l
i
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, , ll:i " '-11"" represented his , lass in the
lirTPm/iriire r v w m
bv Alpha Phi Gannua, national j , m r Icilcd In Rircinrdi
I his (oiunutlc.
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inter,
lass,-ivalry
debate,
lie
INTERVIEWS
FOUR
naln.i, fra.erni.v, Uond.n night. ...
" " " " " " "" ''"'" ' , " " " 1 " - '
is a history major and is ininoring
7:311 ,.'( lock ui the Lounge ol Riih
i F.nglish
II, at cording lo Mi
Rob
Rue. who will speak second for
'l'o date, the junior ring commit- iuson, 31, general chairm
the negative, will enter his third year
f
iii|
,ldiiiliii
as a
tee has interviewed representatives of rangenieiils. About eighlysix mem
:
four companies, according to Leah hers ol boards and stalls ol public;,
1
v
j speaker, Inning been a member ol
Dorgan, '32, chairman of the com- tions have been invited, Miss Robins.,n
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ihc history
niittec. One of these is the Warren paid,
,,f Male college,I lime
the in
mother
of a significant, mil only because ibis is the men's varsity since his freshman
Kahse company of Rochester from I Samuel S Dransky, '32. n in | ,|ueen was maker of the gown of her the first time that the former queen I year, l i e is secretary of the debate
which this \car's senior class pur-! charge ol entertainment ; Alice Splaiu. r ,, v ; l | ,| a ,| K bier was wearing al the has been present to perform this council and has represented his class
honor, Inn a h , , because Miss Griind Nil the inter,'lass rivalry debates,
chased their rings.
\'3\, in .barge of i. iicdinu nts. and coronation , creiuonies.
hofer is a sorority sister of Miss ! lie is also managing editor of the
Nothing definite has been decided Andrew A l i n t / , 32. in charge of j \\ ],,,, Catharine R Norris was Norris,
: Si u i Col I.I:<;I- NKWS and is a niemupon, but the rings will be six and
viiations, Miss Robinson announced.Drowned Catharine I, ihe ninth beauty
Mthough
wasessential
no departure
Kappa fraternities.
Delia Rho and
irises | from
traditionthere
in the
cere- |I her
I 'hi of
Gamma
Last Alpha
year
pi;
eight dollars as in past years, with M i s s R l l l h K c l l c
ipervisor
it I IK Campi
. colorful
, , , , details
.
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monies,
new
and
added
he served, .,as president
ofi ,his
class.
lice
teaching
m
Fnglish,
and
Miss,
Saturday
night,
she
wore
a
whit
perhaps a heavier si/c for ten dollars," Miss Dorgan said. The rings Marion Ixilpalrnk, iiislructor in Fan; satin gown made on .lassie lines I,, the effect of the crowning of Ihe Commerce is his major and Fnglish
will he given out, at least, by Moving lish, arc to be faculty guests at I lie w hich her mother, Mrs. Arthur Nor- ninth queen. Three women from ca, h ' and education arc bis minors.
The State college team has been
party.
j ,-js ,,( 443 Washington avenue, had class in evening dress a, ted as usher..
I 'p da>. according to custom.
; made for her, just as Mis. Frank and immediately before the ciitnui. e coached hy Dr. I larold W. Thompson,
"Our idea is to obtain something
of
the
royal
procession
man
bed
down
professor
of Fnglish.
Wcu/cl made the gown which her
entirely new and unusual," Miss Dor
gau said. "Our most difficult task is « ***• — "• j • " ' V * " ** v
.daughter, Muriel Wen/el, '2d, wore the two cciilcr aides to places re
A,!
sl
w;,s
f . D •
to find a shank which will be vers j
/ „ / nHn0a
Wt>(llU><(ln\)
' " "'
'I'owned queen of the served for then, in Ihe first two r o w CC.1L. Will
, n LUUn e
preceded by ihc pages .Mabel Hitman CCIIU ITHf U l l / C
mZeS
different, except for the seal oil top
S>
ffeUUtbUay
,n||r(,,.
which iiiitst he the standard, ll h a s ' Ihe faculty of Slate college will j In order to preserve ihc Inst gown '31. and Mae Smith, '33The
queen
then
entered,
p
r
e
been suggested that the figure of the i but a Hallowe'en parly ill llic i which the queens have worn for tin
mascot which lb. class found might he! lounge oi Richardson ball Wedne. past live >cars, pari of Ihe m derial In her aiteudaiiK a hi le .md a | The State college "F.cho" is offerc a d , la .s
Tin al in,.' prizes for its contributors this
l|,ed on Ihe shank, bill such an idea j dav night al K o'clock, according jo ,,( ihc first d i e s was made into Ihe brunette fi
I'a, h of these pri.'cs consists
would have lo receive the approval Miss ( aniline l.esler, inslruclor in pillow upon which (Jiieen Catharine I lendanh wire Helen Henderson a n d : , enof ihc class," she added
niatbt inali, s, who is chairman of Ihe! knell to receive the crown from the Williehnina Schneider, seniors; R.,M of fill cm dollars, a, cording lo Helen
inarv
llar.es
and
Marguerite
N,.iih
(His.
'.i|,
editor in-chief. One is for
bauds of her prede, c.sor, babel M.
The c
nilcc has b e n considering j parly.
Ihe possibility of pulling, the sludeill's
It will he a masquerade dance, and Grundhofer. '30. This pillow will be rup, juniors; Doioih. t'roiil, and j the best piece of poeln and Ihe oilier
Laura
Slyu.
sonboinores;
and
Belt,
for
the
best
prose piece submilled.
degree on Ihe ring ab.o. according to Iherc will be prizes for the best cos- preserved and used cadi year in the
Mann and Marion Welsh, freshmen The prizes will be presented on MovMiss Dorgan, This has been done in tunics, Mns Lester announced, There
TCinnllio
other colleges, bill would be culirch I will be dancing and refreshments will
The fact thai Miss GrundhofiT The queen's train-bearer win. I Lima j iiig-l'p day. Miss Otis said. Th
new here.
be served, she said.
rownetl Miss Norris was especially!
u , ,o,,o,,-./ .,« />„./.• .1, n./io/oi .')
I presentation is made every year.
Ten
MENTAL STANDARD
To Debate Tonight
1934 Has $1000 Budget,
Treasurer
Announces
men ,„.•„ win i.- Thursday afternoon, : y i"^" ' ,"'."';•• y» .
y ,, -
WILL HAVE PARTY
ON MONDAY NIGHT
REPRESENTATIVES
^^ZFaculty
.Miss Norris Is Crowned Catherine I;
Mother Of Campus Queen Makes Gowni"
»"m;»»«-" «
«
Party To Be
For Best Compositions
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1930
State College N e w s
Established in 1916 by the Claw of 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for Teachers
T H E NEWS BOARD
NETTA
MILLER
Editor-in-Chief
596 Morris Street, Telephone 6-0332-R
GEORGE P . R I C E
Managing
Editor
Only one advantage seems to shine forth. It is that
the class will be able to accumulate a large sum for its
gift to the College. It will also result in building up
a stable surplus for next year's events,
Nevertheless, the class treasurer has his work cut out
for the coming year. It will take much extra effort to
extract this sum from the members of the class.
And upon the present class must be placed the precedent which has been started by approving a budget so
needlessly large.
455 Elk Street
CATHERINE E. BRODERICK
Associate Managing Editor
3100 Sixth Avenue, Troy, Telephone Troy 6621-J
TJ) (~\(~WS
AUDREY FLOWERS
O V y \ . y l \ k J i
Advertising
-
Manager
27 North Pine Avenue, Telephone 6-24 lS
ANDREW A. H u m
Finance Manager
201 North Lake Avenue, Telephone 6-5810
Feature
ALEXANDER SCHOOR
Editor
18+ Central Avenue, Telephone 3-7616
SK.SMOR ASSOCIATE
EDITORS!
Genevieve Wlnslow, Lilly Nel.
son, anil .Ma. Ilia Nurd. DUSK KIMTOKS: Samuel S. Drntlsky,
'32, and Alvina U. Lewis '33. Jc.Ninii Ass. CIATP. ICIIITOKS:
Frances Keller, Ilcssii- l.cvine, and Kuili Brezec. RRI'ORTBHSI
Vera Burns, '32, Bernard Kernel, Clara Allan, Ahhic Ilineen,
Carolvn Kramers, Harriet Dunn, Elizabeth Cordon, Alice
l
$$n.*iz± j^'»is?.,r,c8cW.u,s5rr.-fi
SggJr a « 0 S l . K S R o ^ , S j T u n b r S ! ! U S ' N E 9 S
MANA ERS!
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C § '^ H E DEEPENING
ADVENTURES
WITH
Miss
Kelley
Emphasizes
Part
Played in International
Understanding
Bv
STREAM
CAROLYN
KELLEY.
'31
President
Young Women's Christinn association
To be a member of the Young
Women's Christian association anywhere is to be part of a great international organization whose ideals,
when reduced to lowed terms are
really embodied in the word "friendbe a real member of the
ship.
A. here at Slate is to
V. W
in (he finest manner the
Ihe organization as exideals
ESSAYS
(For Sale in the Co-op)
The Deepening Stream by Dorothy Canfield. 393 pages.
Harcourt, Brace and Company, New York. §2.00.
The influences which an inherently fine woman may
have upon ordinary unsensational life and the changes
she may bring about may be said to be the themes of
this book, which is the latest one Miss Canfield has
written.
In other ways it may be called a comparison of life
as it seems or ought to be and life as it really is. Upon
these factors the three main characters of the hook construct their philosophy of life and the way they desire
to live it.
The stream of life flows on tranquilly and undisturbed by the minor triumphs and failures of petty
humanity, but Miss Canfield has carefully and painstakingly analyzed the lives of a small group with minute
distinctiveness. She has shown, that although life seemingly flows along smoothly, yet certain currents make
deeper impressions and changes than are readily observed.
Scenes in the book shift. T h e book begins with scenes
with which the reader may be familiar—the acrimony
of the breakfast table and the private actions of the
family, shamelessly enacted before the members of the
family and the pomp and display assumed at the command of reception room conventions.
It begins as the story of three lives, but gradually the
author develops the character of one to the extent of
shadowing the others. T h e three children, Matey, Priscilla, and Francis, are subjected to changes in environment—from college towns to France and back again to
other college towns and new atmospheres. The shifts
from the Hudson of Washington Irving to war-time
Paris provide good material for the author for new
scenes, moods, and incidents, which are woven into the
story and the lives of the characters, particularly Matey.
With well-developed mature power and with sympathy and human understanding, Miss Canfield has made
her chapters intense with life. Because the author has
been somewhat wordy, tiie tale is rather long.
It is another notable accomplishment of one who is
rightly ranked a woman of letters.
PRESIDENT TELLS
Y.W.C.A. International
essed by that word.
It is not always possible to emphasize the international part of V. W.
A
! C. A. The friendly spirit, however,
Carolyn Kelley, '31, president
mcthing thai can he felt without
oi the Young Women's Christian I'
!
The N'tttvs doe« not necessarily endorse sentiments expressed
special emphasis. From the very
association, who outlines in this :any
in contributions. No communications will be printed unless
issue of the Xi-:ws the scope and
first day of the college year, that is
writers' names are left with the Editor-in-Chief of the NEWS.
Anonymity will be preserved if so desired. The NEWS does not
purpose of the association.
the feeling we try to create. The
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not only to introduce freshmen to
Albany, N. Y. October 24, 1930 Vol. XV. No. 6
Y. W. C, A. but also to give each
freshman women the knowledge that
SCOTTISH DEBATERS WELCOMED
there is someone she knows here at
The value of membership in the National Student
college.
An unusually large demand is beFederation of America will he illustrated tonight when
ing made upon the student loan fund i Then we have a special meeting for
the men's varsity debate team takes the floor against a
this year, according to Dean Anna !•'.. j freshmen, further to encourage makteam representing the Scottish universities. The contest
Pierce.
.Money from this fund is ing friends and, incidentally, to have
has been arranged with the cooperation of the executive
loaned only to juniors and seniors a good time. In fact, we have a good
and the limited amount is one hun- time quite frequently throughout the
secretary of the association. It is the National Student
dred dollars. This is due to the fact year'- program—when we have cabiFederation of America which is sponsoring the entire
that the return of the money is not net week-end at Thompson's Pake, at
American tour of both the Scottish squad and a team
required until one year after the Bazaar, and at meetings (though the
representing several German universities.
graduation of the borrower, during purpose of the meeting is net priwhich time the student pays 5 pet- marily fun). Regular meetings occur
The debate is valuable in that it adds to the prestige
cent interest. To obtain a loan one about every other week, usually on
and reputation of State college. The contest will be
must be in good health and maintain Tuesday nights. About once a month
the second international debate in which this College
a creditable scholastic standing, she there is a vesper service, at which the
speaker is one of the various ministers
has been represented. Further, State college is the only
said.
of the city.
These services are
college in the Capitol District ever to schedule an interThe number of students who fail strictly non-sectarian.
to return the loan is exceedingly
national debate.
Bazaar is our chief effort to raise
Cdited by Ran- small, Miss Pierce announced.
The contest will do much to develop better inter- Further Adventures in Essay Reading
funds. There are booths for each of
kin, Morris, Solve, and Wells,
arcourt, Brace
national understanding. One of the best methods of
the four classes, for the faculty, the
and
Company,
New
York.
$2.0(1.
disseminating ideas international in scope and for interCo-operative store, and for the V. W.
Years which a student spends in college should be
national benefit is through the medium of their young
C. A. group house. There are indipeople. So it is that in addition to entertaining audi- fruitful years of inquiry. He should be getting new
vidual
booths
cvoted to flowers,
ences on their American tour, these young Scottish ideas and examining old ones. They are four formative
Today
candy and grab-oag.
Dancing and
gentlemen will be the ambassadors of their country to years in which he is subjected to many new influences
11:10 A. M. Student assembly.
entertainment are also on the proand interests.
the United States and to its colleges and universities.
Auditorium, Page hall.
We obtain further financial
gram.
It is the purpose of this series of essays to aid the
State college is pleased at the opportunity to welcome
8:15 P. M. International desupport from the selling of secondthe representatives of the Scottish universities and to college student to achieve the essentials necessary to
bate.
State College team vs.
hand books and from the bun tabic
evaluate.
participate in a forensic contest in which they are a
representatives from
Scotland.
in the annex.
When the student comes to college, he casts behind
party, It is good for the College and is beneficial for
Auditorium, Page hall.
All women students are invited to
him the treasured insignia of high school. He comes to
the Scottish universities ,
meetings, Vespers are open to the
meet a complicated system of course assignments, new
Tomorrow
whole college, faculty and students
responsibilities, and bewhiskcred professors. He learns
1:30 P. M. G. A. A. hike.
SUGGEST \l D IN NO VATIC) N S
alike. A large attendance at both is
to turn aside from the lessons learned from past experiMeet at college.
always appreciated.
When Ethel Grundhofcr, '30, last year's Campus ences and to look for new authorities for information
2:30
P. M, Biologv club trip.
Queen, stepped from behind the curtain on the stage to govern his future conduct.
Muses
leaw
Plaza,
in the auditorium of Page hall Saturday night in order
This hook is not fundamentally a literary hook,
4:00 P. M. Mathematics club
to perform the coronation ceremony, she began a custom although it does contain selections from Hudson, Dana,
outing to McKowu's grove.
which future queens will do well to follow. The element Huxley, Thoreau, l.eacock, Russell, and VanDyck.
8:15 P. M, Commerce club
of surprise would he lacking of course, but the beauty
It has as one of its objectives the leaching of the
masquerade. Gymnasium, Rich
of the exercises would be accentuated, and its purpose meaning of sincere and competent English and it is for
ardson ball.
clarified.
its proven sufficiency for this purpose that it has been
Many persons in the audience did not appreciate the chosen for the English 10 courses.
Sunday
significance of Miss Grundhofcr's crowning her suc2:311 P. M. Canterbury club
cessor, nor its symbolism. To overcome this difficulty
outing
to
Indian
Ladder. Meel
Q u e s t i o n : " W h a t do you think
these suggestions are offered:
at St. Andrew's Church.
of the proposed freshman point
1. The abdicating queen, wearing the crown, might be
system?"
seated upon the throne before the newly elected queen
Tuesday
Russell L u d l u m , ' 3 1 : 'I litis
makes her appearance.
8:15 I
I'v K A Y ('in.I.INS
,\l,
Advanced Dra
this will he ., good i,|r,
2. When the new queen begins her procession all
lass |ilav. Auditorium,
up to this ii
lh
Owing in the depleted condition of the treasury, the
march through the auditorium, the former queen inighl
II.
dice
, lh.
rise, leave the throne to greet her successor, remove her advanced dramatics .lass will again have to request thai
in which (In
crown and place it upon the head of the new Campus everyone enter and exit by the front door in order to
Wednesday
allowed to p,-,
Queen.
facilitate the roll.-cling process. However, the manage
ii r
M,
method to s
Students who attended the Campus day exercises eon- incut is quiti convinced that the inabilih of the patronage
icultv
Richardselves."
ducted last Saturday night in the auditorium of I'age
HI
hall
Helen Me a
hall were entertained by some unusually well directed failure to cooperate.
8:1111 p M h
stunts.
Richardson ball.
me a possible soluli
or il
In previous years other phases of the entertainment
With the advent of the isstii
isliiig p r o b l e m
T i n Ii uitati
were sufficiently interesting to relegate the stunts to the li> the "lllli ia! director" mice
a c t i v i t i e s I n ., f e w
J.ani.',
background, but this year the interest and approval they the uiikimw has heeu made p.
ali ul in
aroused was exceeded only by that of the Campus Queen.
isiness relationship the
phase-, I,, w b b b t
tilde
Judges awarded the contest to the senior class, aluiougn
.1 that ...ul.I havi hen
especially
iitt.-i . s l e d
it was evident that the freshmen furnished . lose opposi
Ml... C lils.K In IVsllh w h
lion. Congratulations are due both Mis.s '-plain and
are
cniraled "
Miss Diamond,
Miss Splain made g I use ol the
Shirley D i a m o n d , 34:
"I
materials she had and dire, lid an effective stunt, Mi-Ruth Is
of l-I.C
Diamond, working with students with whom she «,i
i P
Charley
g in for nighl
In can ,,, i, w i | | I M a k e
i lie
quite unfamiliar, achieved result-, in. less deserving ol
Charlcv
i,l Athletic C
. boose | | „ . a c l m l i e s
he like. best.
compliment.
"lie. I ,
ssilied under i
Mail.'.delightful weel
.1 ,,n "lh
ll
w
i
l
l
aid
Inn
in
bill gclin
By -1 tpe^- Playgoer"
A N ' l . l . D I . K S S IK >AKI>
island".'
the two
.. favor the "i i
The fresh in i lass treasurer annoiin. es that his
hist year f r o
,-gle, nig his e .erhal tenuis match i,
ih.n Toi H e r n .
csigued his |„e
budget for the year whii h w ill lie. .•-has adopted
bv d a b b l i n g w i t h ,-vi i.v a. | | \ i
!asl lucsilay night was i
walehni;
at ih
Delia 11.ace
$1,000, This is the largest budget
the raising
.r r u r a l reasons. J ,.,,-,
lh,.i W, .1 Coll
accepted b> oi entering i lass in Ihe history of
log tli.it never
J. Bruce F i l h y , '33
Il s,,,
'llgcnc i (Weill's pel .hi.,
College.
me III.il lh,- a d o p t i o n 111
in amount
that Mill) Hall ha- to leave early nights
The question arises as t., whether so laii
s\sl,-iii u o u h l b, ,,
idea
ipp.nl the
to make ..ut lesson plans':
is necessary to uphold the reputation and
hill.
\\ llas.h is going to pub Ii I. his n u n ink
activities of Ihe freshman i lass.
ol
pi
..I
Words ll.
thai I lain A. bes,,u has another ". rush" '
The . hief reason (or the in. lease seems to b.
la. I
that Phi I leha is "dividing time" will R P. In'
ril) howewr though at li
thai there arc more than 3h() member- of the . la
hoi.I
the alarm i loi k usieui at l \ i (lamina , very el'li
It seems an unnecessary burden to ask these people
umllled In lh
v
"III II)
lid |.
pay annual dues of f.1. If the .lass | m , | adopted
was euellcull
dub
budget of $750, the dues would have been but *2 a
lh..I I I.
Ward b
d up lor M>
Mis.s Me.
red at
tie
there can be no doubt but that the repiilah
TO
RECEIVE
KEYS
class would have been as highly sustained
that Mill I .nicr is nature's i ill t.
..lie
il ll
1
be elevi u new members ..I Signuin
maidens ?
Events sponsored by the freshman class are few and
• debuts i
.1 Ihe pl.i
I
an.lis,
honorary
s.
hola-.ii.
society,
thai Delia Omega has "house rules
unimportant, T h e main item which would merit unusual
will be presented u u h kevs by Presi
in an ol ll.e >
In.I appeaian,
lliat I oacb Baker is going I.
nd the basketball
financial support is men's basketball. Even this item
dent \, R Uruhacber, l...|a\ m as.
bin
le Ihe honors ,
team "up to Ihe fo farm",'
received a substantial boost, although teams of pieced
sembly, a.uiiil,,,,, I,, Rus.sell \ \ , I aid
ling t.
that blank Oil is making, the
Miss S.chlieider, Mi
ing classes were well able to carry on with appropriabun, '31, pie,i.lnii „( student a-soiiathat Smooth Collins has a "hi
tions ranging from $200 to $250.
ual the fn-st I ii,,,,.
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Who's Who Lilts Noted Pott;
Lindsay Was YMC.A. Lecturer
DATE FOR DANCES
OF GREEKS IS SET
FOR NOVEMBER I
Vachel Nicholas Lindsay, wellknown poet, is listed in Who's
Who for 1930-1931, According to
this report, Lindsay was a Y. M.
C. A. lecturer in the winters of
190S to 1908. In the spring of
1906, he tramped the southern
states distributing " T h e Tree of
Laughing Bells." He was a lecturer for the Anti-Saloon League
for the year 1909-1910.
During
the summer of 1912, Lindsay
walked from
Illinois to New
Mexico distributing "rhymes" and
preaching the "Gospel of Beauty."
l'he story of his adventures on this
trip was published in I'M-).
See
Annual
Spectators
Football
Tilt
Friday
A t Academy Field
Urged on by the shouts of 200
spectators, the freshmen and sophomore football elevens battled to a
scoreless tie in the second annual
gridiron meeting of the two rival
classes, last Friday afternoon at the
Albany Academy field.
John Detlefson and Arlton Hush,
sophomores, who starred for the
freshmen in last year's tussle, were
the leading players of the second
year men. Detlefson aroused the admiration of the onlookers by his uncanny ability to catch forward passes
and advance far into the enemy's territory by clever broken field running.
Hush was able to tear big boles
through the center of the freshmen
line, again and again for short gains.
Jack Saunders, Charles Dunham
and Thomas (larritt, led the brilliant
defensive and offensive play of the
yearlings.
Professor Adna W. Risley, bead of
the history department, umpired the
game while Coach Rutherford R.
Baker refcrced. AI Ritchie, '31, was
the head linesman.
The sophomore team was composed
of: William Collins, Edward Coyne,
George
lleisert, Cordon
Hughes,
Clayton Stewart, Frank McFarland,
Harold
Bookstein,
Arlton
Rush,
Bruce Filby, John Detlefson and Raymond Harris.
The freshmen who played were:
Edward
Tepper, Philip Ricciardi,
Donald
Benedict,
Thomas
Ryan,
Philip
Auerbach,
Crenfell
Rand,
Charles
Dunham,
Robert
Myers,
Tack Saunders, Renwick Amott and
Thomas Garrett.
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1930
{Continued
Miss Norris Receives
Crown At Ceremonies
(Continued
from
fiafie
1, column
4)
Bergstrom, '33, who was dressed '
a black velvet page's suit.
Tbe
royal
procession
procca..
slowly to encircle the auditorium.
Then the i|ueen and her attendants
mounted the platform from opposite
sides. The attendants stood at their
places while the queen walked to the
center of the stage to be crowned.
Alter the crown was placed on her
\ head, Miss Norris took her place
among her attendants, while tbe pages
escorted Miss Grundhofcr to the central seat in tbe front row.
Each class then presented a stunt
fur the entertainment of the queen.
Tbe freshmen gave a scene from a
museum, under the direction of Shirley Diamond. The sophomores gave
"Alice Through the Looking-glass."
Doris Williams was the director.
Klva Nelson directed the junior stunt,
which was a modernized version of
"Helen of Troy." The winning senior
stunt was a pantomime of "Cinderella," under the direction of Alice
S E N I O R S T O PAY T A X
T a x collection for the seniors will Splain.
be Wednesday and Thursday, OctoFollowing the activities in the audiber 29 and 30, according to N'onnan torium there was dancing in the gymCollins, '31, senior member of the nasium.
Refreshments were served
student finance board. Collection will by a committee headed by Ruth Goldnot be limited to the seniors, be an- smith, '32.
nounced, for juniors, sophomores, and
freshmen who have not yet paid may
WELCOMES PLEDGE
do so on one of these collection days.
Gamma chapter of Kappa Delta
Up to last Thursday three hundred
Rho
welcomes Dr. Arthur K. Beik
and eighty-three students had paid
into honorary pledge membership.
their student tax, Collins said.
Catherine R. Norris, '31, whose coronation as queen of the State
college c a m p u s for tbe coming year took place in the auditorium
of I'age hall last Friday night. Miss Norris is the first queen of
her name and was crowned Catherine I. Her election marked the
second successive year in which a m e m b e r of Delta O m e g a sorority
gained the coveted distinction of queen.
from
page
I, column
2)
Gellcrt, '31J music Edith Lcvinc,
'32; decorations, E s t h e r Eckstein,
'31; refreshments, Ruth Tinklcman,
'33; chaperoncs, R e n a Solomon,
'33.
T h e committees for the Beta
Zcta informal house dance are:
a r r a n g e m e n t s , E t h e l Lomail, ' 3 1 ;
refreshments, Marion D o w n e s , ' 3 1 ;
faculty, Harriet R o u n d s , ' 3 1 ; music,
Ruth lirezce, '32; decorations, M a r ion Odwell, '31.
Phi Delta a n n o u n c e s the following committees for its house dance,
which will be informal: a r r a n g e ments, K a t h c r i n e Kreuger, ' 3 1 ; r e freshments, Clarice Simmons, '32;
music, Marjorie Wilson, '32.
Claire Coventry, '31, will be t h e
general chairman of tbe Alpha R h o
informal house dance. T h e o t h e r
committees a r e : music, Ruth Goldsmith, '32; chaperoncs, D o n n a V e e
Campbell, ' 3 1 ; d e c o r a t i o n s , Elizabeth Oliver, '32; refreshments, Ann
Schneider, '31.
T h e committees for the Phi
Lambda house dance which will be
informal a r e : decorations, Lila P u r dey and E s t h e r McGlasson, s e n i o r s ;
refreshments, Ruth Conger and
J a n e Schlick, seniors; music, Hazel
Sutton, '33, and Mildred T u r n b u l l ,
'31.
Sue Cole, '31, will be general
chairman of the Sigma Alpha informal house dance.
Miss Cole
has announced the following c o m mittees: decorations, J a n e Moore,
'32; refreshments, I v a Swartz, ' 3 1 ;
floor, Carolyn K r a m e r s , '33; music,
Hilda Laubcnstein, '32; chaperoncs,
Alice Anderson. '33.
Gamma Phi Sigma announces the
following c o m m i t t e e s for its fall
bouse d a n c e : general
chairman,
Frances Mazar, '32; faculty, Mary
Reisner, ' 3 1 ; refreshments, Mary
Kelleher, '33; decorations, Gertrude
W e s t e r n , ' 3 1 ; music, Mary W a l d ,
'32.
Helen Brynilsen, '31, will be general chairman of the Epsilon Beta
Phi fall house dance which will be
informal.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1930
Club Will Have Outing
TWENTY STUDENTS
THREE REPRESENT YMC.A. To Entertain Min Alice E. Ryder Will Be
Tomorrow Afternoon
ATTEND
PRACTICE
Freshmen, November 6 Chairman Of Tea Wednesday
STATE At YMC.A.
Mathematics club will conduct an
(.Continued
from page 1, column 4)
Miss Alice E. Ryder, instrucOF
MUSICAL
UNIT
outing at McKown's grove tomorrow
COUNCIL MEETING
home and abroad. He was chaplain tor in home economics, is chairApproximately twenty students at- afternoon, according to Dorothy AhIn spite of the fact that State college has the smallest male population,
it had the largest representation at a
student Young Men's Christian association state-wide council meeting,
conducted last Friday, Saturday, and
Sunday, October 17, 18, 19, according
to Lloyd Moreland, '32, official State
college delegate. George E. Graff,
'30, president of the student Y. M.
C. A., and Victor Starr, '30, attended
as unofficial representatives.
The
week-end conference met at Hobart
college, Geneva.
of the New York State police, and is
now on the speaking staff of the
Y. M. C. A. Mr. Eddy is particularly
interested in college questions.
Mr. Eddy attended the freshmen
dinner two years ago at which time
he discussed the problems of sex relationship and also the danger growing
out of monopolies, Dr. Eddy claims
that education does not consist primarily in getting a degree, but that
it conies only when the student of
today learns how to cope with problems of modern civilization, One of
these most modern and present day
problems is that which concerns itself
with sex relationship, hut this according to Mr. Eddy is the most neglected.
Mr. Eddy greatly assails the American student as being too docile and
compares them with the students of
foreign lands who, he asserts are far
in advance of the student of this
country. As for religion, he defines
it as "our best conceptions of what
is right, gained from our experiences
and those of others, and the organization of life on that basis."
The dinner will he in the College
cafeteria, at 5 :30 o'clock. It will be
free to freshmen. Uppcrclasmen will
be required to pay a nominal fee, according to George Hisert, '33, who
beads the committee of arrangements.
Other institutions that sent delegates to the conference included:
Alfred university, Colgate university,
Syracuse university, University of
Rochester, Cornell university, St.
Lawrence university, and Hobart college. The delegation was entertained
by the Hobart college Christion association.
The convention was led by Mr. Ray
Sweetman, executive secretary of the
New York State council, and Mr. Bill
Wilson, executive secretary of the
Middle Atlantic Field council. Mr.
Sweetman visited the college last
year and spoke to the men at the
annual Y. M. C. A. freshmen banquet.
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Among the topics discussed at the
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S m a r t l y with
Economy. A
new hotel planBiology Club To Have
ned for young
men
and
Fall Outing Tomorrow
women of culBiology club will conduct its annual
tured tastes.
fall meeting at Little's pond tomorrow,. according to Theresa Maurice,
•very room completely
'31, president. The group will meet
furnished with private bathat the plaza at 2:30 o'clock, she anroom. Luxurious public
nounced,
There will be a short field trip,
rooms. Popular priced resboating, canoeing, and a camp-fire
liiiiriiiit. Library. Roof
supper, Miss Maurice said.
Garden. Centrally located.
man of the fifth of regular Wednesday afternoon student-faculty
teas, conducted in the Lounge
of Richardson hall each week.
Other hosts and hostesses for
next Wednesday are: Miss Elizabeth Van Denburgh, registrar;
Miss Catherine Peltz, instructor in
English; Miss Margaret Hitchcock, instructor in physical education; Professor Richmond II. Kirtland, of the education department,
and Mrs. Kirtland; Dr. David
Hutchinson, head of the government department, and Mrs. Hutchinson; Dr. T. Frederick II. Candlyn, head of the music department,
and Mrs. Candlyn; Dr. Howard
A. DoBell, assistant professor of
mathematics, and Mrs. DoBell;
Miss llelene Crooks, supervisor in
French; Mr. Chester Terrill, assistant professor in commerce, and Mrs.
Terrill; and Mr. John Sturm, instructor in chemistry.
tended the first rehearsal of the State
college symphony orchestra which was
held in the auditorium of Page hall
last night. J. Iiruce Filby, '33, was
in charge, and was assisted by Duanc
Baker, '32, and Edward Deevey, '34.
Music was distributed to the players.
The date of the next rehearsal is
undecided, according to Filby, but it
probably will be some time next week
Filby will try to arrange rehearsals
at limes when all members can come,
since the success of the orchestra depends on the regular attendance of
the players, he said.
The music for the unit will be provided by Dr. T. Frederick H. Candlyn, head of the music department.
rams, '31, president. It will be a
hot-dog roast, she announced. There
will be a sports program which will
begin at 4 o'clock.
Marion Dillenbeck, '31, is chairman
of the food committee. She will be
assisted bv Mildred Larson, '31, and
Helen Handy, '32.
ADDRESSES MEETING
Dean William H. Metzler, addressed the members of Chi chapter
cation fraternity, last Tuesday night
of Kappa Phi Kappa, honorary eduon the subject of Lincoln University
of which he is a trustee.
He discussed the proposed faculty
as well as the proposed student body.
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WINS CHAMPIONSHIP
T I M - George
Sanfortl Levinstein, '33, won the
tennis championship of State college
Tuesday afternoon by defeating Anthony Chmielewski, '32, 6—1, 6—2.
A DUUnguitihed Hotel
Levinstein defeated Alvin Shaffer,
AVE. 2 3 " ' to24"'ST.
'33, 6—3, (>—2, in the semi-finals, and LEXINGTON
'Toil Miliums from ISvnrytvhure"
Chmielewski defeated Anthony Sroka,
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'32, 7—5, 6—1.
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