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State College News
VOL.
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TICKETS TO ADMIT
STUDENTSJONDAY
ANNOUNCES PROGRAM
The Presentation Of Tax Tickets
Will Allow Holders
To Hear Draper
Students
m a y obtain
night
t o hear
presentation
Ruth
o f their
tickets, according
Mon-
Draper on
student t a x
to Ruth
Hughes,
'31,
president
of the dramatic and
art
council.
Miss
Draper
RADICAL REVISION OF RUSHING
RULES MADE BY SORORITIES
The New Regulations To Be Effective Immediately, Says Council;
Greeks Not Represented On Council Are Also Bound;
Infraction Of Rules To Bind Entire Group
admittance
t o the a u d i t o r i u m o f Page hall
day
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly IssUes.
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1930
w i l l he
p r e s e n t e d u n d e r the auspices o f t h e
council.
T h e p e r f o r m a n c e w i l l b e g i n at
8 : 3 0 o ' c l o c k , a n d t h e d o o r s w i l l be
opened at 7 o'clock.
Tickets will
g o on sale w h e n t h e d o o r s a r e
o p e n e d , b u t n o s t u d e n t w i l l be a l lowed t o attend t h e performance
u n l e s s he has h i s s t u d e n t t a x t i c k e t
w i t h him, Miss Hughes announced.
S w e e p i n g changes a r c i n c o r p o r a t e d i n t h e new rules g o v e r n i n g s o r o r i t y
r u s h i n g , the i n t e r s o r o r i t y c o u n c i l , t h r o u g h H e t t y K a u t t e r , ' 3 1 , president, a n nounced today.
T h e rules, adopted b y t h e council a f t e r several meetings
w i t h P r e s i d e n t A . R. B r u b a c h e r w i l l be t r i e d f o r one year.
They will
g o v e r n m e m b e r s o f the council as w e l l as those s o r o r i t i e s not represented o n
it.
R e v i s i o n o f t h e rules was made i n o r d e r t o concentrate t h e r u s h i n g
period i n a s h o r t space o f t i m e t o aid the maintenance o f the scholastic s t a n d i n g o f r u s h e r s and rushees, M i s s K a u t t e r said.
T h e n e w rules g o into effect w i t h t h e i r p u b l i c a t i o n i n this issue o f t h e
N ' K W S , t h e c o u n c i l declared.
T h e y p r o v i d e that r u s h i n g shall beg i n at 6:00 o'clock T h u r s d a y n i g h t ,
J a n u a r y 29, a n d w i l l e n d S a t u r d a y ,
J a n u a r y 31 at 12:30 o'clock at n i g h t .
Each s o r o r i t y w i l l be a l l o w e d t h r e e
parties, a f o r m a l dinner f r o m 6 : 0 0
u n t i l 11:30 o'clock T h u r s d a y n i g h t .
T h e Y o u n g W o m e n ' s C h r i s t i a n as- T a x i s m a y h e used f o r t h e p a r t y .
sociation w i l l conduct i t s annual ba- T h e rushee cannot be called f o r bez.aar t o n i g h t
i n t h e g y m n a s i u m o f I , f l , r e t h t }'""? s t a t e d =}»<' i m , s t b e
Page hall f r o m 6:30 t o 11 :()0 o'clock. " " ' » c : l t l , h e , l o u r s t i , t e d - .
Y.W.C.A. TO SELL
GIFTS AT BAZAAR
TONIGHT AT 8:30
T h e supply of tickets a v a i l a b l e
for persons w h o are n o t attending
S t a t e college was exhausted W e d nesday
noon.
N o more
tickets
that
were sold t o outsiders after
time.
The b a l c o n y o f the a u d i t o r i u m o f
,
.
,
,
I ' a g e h a l l a s ' w e l l as t h e last t h r e e
Ruth Hugh,
1, president " l the d r a n i a t i i and a r t association, w h o
r o w s d o w n s t a i r s h a v e been r e s e r v e d
is d i r e c t i n g the presentation o i k'tith D r a p e r i n I'age hall M o n d a y night
for College students, Miss Hughes
, ;
;
under
auspices
of
association.
" ' " ' • " • the
"
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said.
K x t r a chair-, w i l l he p l a c e d
about t o accommodate those stu- |
d e n t s w h o c a n n o t I m d places i n ^ • Q.A.A.
TO
SPONSOR
irclicstra.
hah
Organizations Must Present
NATIONAL HEALTH
WEEK OBSERVANCE
T h e p r o g r a m as announced b> Miss
H u g h e s w i l l consist of f o u r sketches.
T h e first t w o entitled " O p e n i n g a
B a z a a r " a n d " A D a l m a t i a n Peasant
I he observance o l national healtl
in the H a l l of a \ ' n v Y o r k H o s p i t a l " week w h i c h is being sponsored b j t i n
w i l l he f o l l o w e d by an i n t e r m i s s i o n , j ( , ; , • \ , l m . , u
a s o c i a l ion w i l l opei
" T h r e e W o m e n and M r . C l i f f o r d " . .
, .
• „ , . , •
w h i c h Miss D r a p e r w r o t e recently. "•- l ' " ' K - - ' " ' todav w i t h a talk i n as
w i l l he p r c - c n t c d next,
F o l l o w i n g an j seinbly h.\ D r . I a n i l i n e ( roasdale
intermission,
the p r o g r a m
will
he | college physician and head of the h j
c o u i p l e l n l h i I be sketch called, " I I I a , , „ , „ ,[<..,,,;,-,,, I t .,,,. a r e n r d i . l g to A n n
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b n n h in M a l i .
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r l l r
Constitutions to Myskania
S m a l l articles h a w been collected " l l l s t '"•' ' " t ' , c l l , a ' ' ''-v Sunday, F e b :.iM! w i l l be sold al fbe class I
l b s . n i a r . v I . a l ' i : , i n " ' c l o c k at n i g h t .
I be in, i d l y
and | b e M a t e i ollege ]
Freshmen d e s i r i n g
information
I'o-operatiy'e hook store w i l l c o n d u i t about financial obligations contingent
the refreshment 1 t b .
" I 1 " 1 1 joining a particular sorority will
T h e money earned f r o m this bazaar '''I'l'ly I " Miss A n n a l l u r b a n k . assisu i l l be u-eil to linance t h e activities l : m l ' ' e g i - l r a r .
Sorority
presidents
,,, y W . C. A . f o r this w a r a c c o r d - u l " MiPI'ly d i e ncce-sarv i n f o r m a t i o n
of a d i s p u t e b e t w e e n o r g a n i z a ,,,,. l M i ; i , o l v u K e l l e v , '31. p r e - i i l e n l
' " M l ^ Hurbanl..
A l l information
t i o n s , , r b o a r d - , m e m b e r s ,,f M \ ill g , , t o pay. a m o n g o i l i e r t h i n g s . " ' " he strictlv
c
leiilial.
Miss
-tali
the a l i e n , l a n e o l M a l e college ^ m i l l e r - a i d .
Replies to bid- must be made i n
•al.s a l t h e New V , , r k Slate Y .
.onfereuce in Rochester i n I'cr-nn t o sororities al the s o r o r i t y
houses by T u c s d a , at 5 3D o'clock i n
N o t i c e that their , . i n s t i t u t i o n s
m u s t be b a n d e d in I,. M . - k a n i a
In
t o d a y has been sent t . . a l l
l , i l i e g e o r g a n i z a t i o n s u n d e r c, ,n
lr,,| o f that body.
I he c o n s t i t u t i o n s are r e q u e s t e d
l
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fins
perlormaiue
will
be M i - C a n d i d a t e - h a w been M i h i n i l l e d I
D r a p e r ' s t h i r d belore a Stale i ..liege | ! l ( , various
audience.
H e r l i r - l appearance look j , . , , , _ , . . , a n , | o n j a n r a t
I ' l a ' c ' " I''-'-'. a : " 1 l l l r - '
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M i - s D r a p e r ' s \ | h ; , i , i appearam e w i l l • , „ , , , , , . I h ( , h v i , ,,,. . , 111 '•' .he.dlio
be one o l the t w o Hap- d i e w i l l make „
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M o t h e r (loose w i l l he the theme o f , ;} l . ' : l ' a , 1 ! ' f m a - v , ) e , B ™ o n t h e
the bazaar.
Hooths w i l l he construe- ' '','' , n \ " n « ' ' r l f l a >', / n , m ' V , 0 1 " " • l l 5 : 1 0
\ breakfast w i l l be g i v e n b y
led and conducted i n accordance w i t h " l l " l l < this theme
\ n entertainment w i | | each s o r o n l y I r o m 10:30 u n t i l 12:30
_
I nrL'^ciil
t h e court of O l d K i n g Cole ' " - ' l o c k o n S a t u r d a y ,
hreshmen can' ' Y Y a f i M c r i a Slimier w i l l p r e i e d c the " " ' l l 1 ' ' a " 1 ' ' ' '"'"' " ' " " l a ' < c n
home
bazaar.
It w i l l be served at 0:0(1 l 1 ' " " 1 t l u -' u ' a dance o r t h e breakfast.
o'clock
T h e i barge w i l l be f i f t y
R u s h i n g i n v i t a t i o n s shall n o t be i n
eeips
' '''<' l l l a ' ' before F r i d a y , J a n u a r y 2 3 ,
|,;,|' \ , . W I | , ' „ orchestra has been a l ' ' : ( l " " ' d o c k at night and shall he
e, ured t o p l a \ f r o m K 311 l o III 3(1 answered by t h e freshmen by r e t u r n
m a i l , the rules p r o v i d e .
A l l bids
n 'e|oe|<
Muier AndHntz
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To Attend Convention
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M;
\ i,.lei e x , , pi i i i the manner staled above and
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board w i l l i , p r e ,-nt ibis pub- ' b a n
,1 euli
o i i l \ i n 11 it- sororilv house-.
It must
, hail ii
T h e other t r i p w i l l be to Schenectady.
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1 h, .ilo.ii a l the .annual meeting ,,l t h e ['","
.H, , l i a i r m a n o i i i , k e t - :'l s'a'hil h e d e l i n i t e l y understood that r u s h i n g
s u,|
be aim a i m e d i n a-seuihb. on X o y e m
N a t i o n a l C o l l e g i a t e I'ress association
]•['[[',
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I publiiily; '
o l l y p r o h i b i t e d u n t i l J a n u a r y 2')
beia- _'|. A -boi-i play " ' I be \ n m i a l -" al t h e I n i i c r - i l i of I ' i t l .burgh l-'ri
b'mh
i ...li'lsiuith, '32, c h a i r m a n 'of • ' ' '• :0I) o'clock at night, M i - s K a u t t e r
I ' r o t e s t . " dire, led I n M i l d r e d S m i t h .
- i s ; D o r i s ' W'iniiinis, '3.1, ebair
e x p l a i n e d . D u r i n g the period a l l rules
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w i l l also be presented at t i n I
llower- : and Magdalen.i , l l l , | r f ' " ' , 1 | ( ' ' " , | 1 n | - h l"-' 1 '"" 1 h o l d .
' ;_> e b a i i i n a n of a r r i n g e
M u m u a e are under the same rules as
are Netta M i l l e r , ' 3 1 , e d i t o r Ibe active members and pledges w i l l
hi
active and
, and A n d r e w A . l i n t / , ' 3 - ' .
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I ' b i Kappa, men's educa- m ; „ | t . posters' concerning this heallb
lumiiae m e m b e r . .
r.
l b , i w i l l leave the i o r booth.
b . e p b m e H o l t w i l l , on
l i o n a l f r a t e r n i t y w i l l c o n d u i t i t - i n U i r | < a n d various phases , , i heallb
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member
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return in lime f o r
according
t o Arn.,1,1 ( o p p i n g . ' 3 1 , a r o i l n g t h e I ollege b u i l d i n g s . T hc e
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president.
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- u g g e - t e d f o r b r e a k i n g the rules w i l l
w i l l he f o l l o w e d b\ a d i n n e r at the , . | \ e i i t h e pla< e o f h
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f r o m colleues in t h e e i s l e r n i n r l o f n
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depend upon t h e i i r c u i u - t a i l c e s , t h e
I n i v e r s , , , club.
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be m e i t i n g w i l l be addiessed h\ L e w i - announced.
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T h e 1, e economics
department
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, . , , . , , changing a f o r m a l parte t o a n i n f o r education department.
T h e f o l l o w i n g of this week by h a v i n g a special pro : . I.1 h g a k s w ,11 ,11, i I a ( l i n i u r o i i
he assen h h his n lo, nig at 11 .10
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v l d b i i \ l , - s \ , , i r i l ' " , l a v ' " K 1 " ; " " ' w l " ' l a l " 1 ' a l ' ' i c o e l o c k m Ibe I'age hall a u d i t o r i u m
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a n d , professor of e d u c a t i o n ; D r . j T h o m p s o n , manager of t h e cafeteria, I ™»»l>» . « • ' ' • * H ' " ' " i l l r e m a i n at a dent association.
D r . ( r o a s d a l e - talk
lessor ol education; Uiehmoud II. | co-operative store, and Miss Laura j l^l a^
J J o h n M . Sayles, professor i n secon- a r e also e m p h a s i z i n g
tins n a t i o n a l
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d a r v e d u c a t i o n ; D r . M i l t o n C. N e l - week by h a v i n g a clean-up campaign „ l , , ' r i l , « l l , c ; , : ! I | S L '' " ' "\ N l ' ? s M l l l f , r | .will
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KAPPA PHI KAPPA
TO INITIATE MEN
TUESDAY, NIGHT ^jB^B^ll
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ORGANIZES DEBATE
TEAM WEDNESDAY
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profi
r i n e d u c a t i o n ; M r . C. ,'„ t h e annex
a n d cafeteria,
Milss
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' ' ' L ' m n n a « l " « U(l,tl,r" ' " ' « l l l ' x t week. L u d l u m said.
A. I l i d l e v , assistant professor i n his- Lewis said.
Three men and one w o m a n were
l o r y ; and D r . K a r l I i . S o u t h , a
,i
i
II ,
. ..sv i i o s e n as m e m b e r s o f t h e f r e s h taut professor i l l education.
Miss h a y w i l l also present
\ u amlltorilllll in Page
;
D r . D o n n a l V . S m i t h , assistant p r o l,ii11
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man debate team a t the t r y o u t s c o n fessor of h i s t o r y , w i l l be i n i t i a t e d i n t o t t r i t i o n and I m o d C h e n i i s t r v , " by I ' m - I \/l — . - I.r ,-!:^
associate f a c u l t y m e m b e r s h i p a t t h efessor B a r n a r d S. IJronsnn, head of
are:
I-ranees K H i g g i u s , R e n w i c k
the
chemistry
department,
at the
hileven editors o f College puhlica- Spanish, H e r m a n , o r F r e n c h d c p . n l - (
A m o t t , I d v v a r d S. I l e e v e v , ) r . „
j l i o n - over a period o f live years have menls have Idled the e d i t o r s h i p d m a m i ( i r e n f e l l N . K a m i .
i had m a j o r interests i n K n g l i s h .
j
Members o l ibe I r e - b i n a n class w h o
mg tins time.
T h i s fact was b r o u g h t out i n a r e I n t h e m i n o r f i e l d , t h e honors a r e took part i n the t r y o u t s a r e : Kdvvard
cent i n v e s t i g a t i o n conducted by the
evenly d i v i d e d between the history S Deevey, Diane K. l i o c b i i e r , Rose
N EW S
I.vie Mehlenhacher, b d w a r d ( l - h o r n
FOR
TAX PAYMFNTl
' - ' " d e t e r m i n e w h i c h d e p a r t m e n t and I ' r e u i h ilepartiuents, live of the : Wizvver, D o r o t h y M . I r i n h e r , H e n r y
twenty
editors
under
consideration I''. C a p l a u .
halvvard
Teper,
Hilda
(leorge
CralT, s e n i o r s ;
Walter
\
Anderson,
brankhu
i l.uk,
Harold
T h e student b o a r d o f finance is n o w lms
j o u r nm
a l uk
i s m tlui nlarBCSl
the College.
I n m a k - h a v i n g had each of these subjects as l l o o k h e i n i , h'cuwick C. A r n o t t , H l i z a llaswcll,
Andrew
lint/.
K e n n e t h launching a d r i v e t o have a l l student i u g t h e analysis, m a j o r a n d m i n o r a m i n o r .
O f those r e i i i a i n i n g , three belli K'asiiuissen, T h o m a s
|. K v a n ,
M i l l e r , I i Robert K'.uikui-. Jack Sar | a ^ , . , | i a j , | „ , , | , v T h a n k s g i v i n g , and fields of the editors of t h e N ' K W S , were t a k i n g
home economics, t w o ' a n d ( i r e n f e l l N . K a m i .
A l l of these
off. D o n a l d W i n - t o n , AIUI t .eorge I ' . | , a - begun an i n v e s t i g a t i o n o l those L i o n ,
I'aho, a n d Pedagogue,
f r o m i i u i i , H I , I i n b i o l o g y , tw
inallie 'candidates had some experience i n
h'i"
Illinois
students a n d officers o f t h e sludenl
|n_'o t h r o u g h l ' A i l b a l e been labu
m a n . - . t w o m K n g l i s h , a n d one i l l h i g h school. Several are members o f
o r g a n i z a t i o n s who have not \ e t paid, late,I,
gover
cut
the N a t i o n a l Forensic League, a h i g h
according t o Professor
(leorge
M
Resides eleven K i i g l i - h m a j o r s sim e
'I he lend, in v t o w a r d F n g h - l i as a school oebatiug league
Y o r k , head o l the commerce depart
I ' d , , i b e e d i t o r s h i p , i t h e various m a j o i ha- b u n m , a , p i o i i o i i n . e d in
T h e judges f o r ibe t r y o u t s w e r e :
m l c h a i r m a n o l i b e l i n a i u e papers ha- been r a t h e r e v e n h d i v i d e d . re i in vear-, ibe e d i t o r - ,,l l b , N i v v - . Donald C l i r v a i l l , i n s t r u c t o r i n haig
il
I be names, however, w i l l not T h r e e e d i t o r - have been l i i a j o i . i n I i,a., and l - . b o having - | , c l a h / e d in h-h. L a w r e n c e C. Nevvioinb, ' 3 1 , and
I b e l i r - l Issue o| the |.\ ho w i l l be be published u n t i l a l l e i Ibe C l i r i - I
I
e e, o||, .11 'I, •
I IW o ha V c m.ij ored tinill le, I both l a - l i c .ii and t i n Ceorge I'. K u e , \\2
dish ibuied al I I
lav. a n o r d i n g ma- bolidavs, he said
in -oi i.d -, ieu, e
( >l t i n r e m a i n i n g
l l . i 11- b . o e l i e u i i , , . . u i i i u i . e
a
T h e , p i e - l i o n upon w h i c h the t a n lo H e l e n I ! ( I l l s . i l . e d i l M i n i l l i e f
I h e n h u e been M S taxes paid t o n a n . there b a . e be, u ..lit- ..,, I
Ii ni.,ll , in.Hi. • m a j o r s editing a m p u b di.late- were a l l o w e d l o take either
'I here w i l l he several new features i l l dati and a l l lbo-e who have ilol vet i b e , o i n u i e r , e. L a t i n ,
hiol
Ihi- e,l
, w i n , b are being kept se ,,,,,,! m a , do M I bv seeing an.v mem
i n a l h e i i i a l l , - d, pai t m e u i | . . l l he F.ibo l l l . l j o l c l u i the I, a n . , i
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I hat Ibe polie.v o l , , , - e d u i i <l u n t i l the appearanie o l llie mag
here o l i b e h o , m l
l'i..lessor
Vork
l l is i n l e i e - l i i i i ; to pole thai
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i o n , bided
e l l l i - l l ) , pbv s|, s, I ibe I.,lli
inajois iroin l l
lost Editors Favor English As Major,
,,„,„.„ ,„ „„.
News Reveals In Recent Investigation
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1930
State College N e w s
Kitibtijhed in 1916 by the Class of 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for*Teachers
BOOKS:
LIFE OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
A SHORT HISTORY OF WOMEN
History Of Senior Society Sketched;
First Myskania Selected By Faculty
Myskania began in 1917 as a "student council," whose members were
selected by the faculty. It has developed into a secret honor council of
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By Phillips Russell. Blue Ribbon seniors who have led in scholarship, literary effort, debate, dramatics, and
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:......
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stowed upon Benjamin Franklin. In the period previous the deepest and truest interests of State College,
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stition, and unsmiling bleakness, Franklin showed him- has eliminated faculty control, there has come a new method of "tapping."
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Manager
The early Myskanias were "tapped" as the whole junior class marched
self
to
be
inventive,
generous,
mirthful,
penetrating,
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across the platform of the auditorium, members reaching out to "tap" the
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Franklin was born in 1706 and was a mature man new members as they passed.
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The following are quotations from
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ington and the otlicr men who were to become leaders the files of the "News," which tell and exciting event of the day was
when the dignified members of MysSENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Genevieve VVinslow, Lilly Nel- of the Revolution were still wrapped in swaddling of the earlv development of Myskania, kania, one at a time, decended from
April 18, 1917. "At the general
son, and Martha Nord,
DESK EDITORS:
Samuel S. Dransky, clothes.
their
seats of honor on the platform,
'32, and Alvina R. Lewi", '33. J U N I O R ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Few tncti have started as candle-makers and reached meeting of all students gathered ill
Frances Keller, Bessie l.evine, and Ruth Brezee. REPORTERS:
and marching to the place where the
Vera B u m s , '32, Bernard Kerbcl, Clara Allan, Abbie Dinoen, the heights of international recognition in as many fields student assembly last Friday morning,
Carolyn Kramers, H a r r i e t Dunn, Elizabeth Gordon, Alice as did Franklin.
France, England, and other European the first student council in the history selected juniors sat, announced the
Klomp, Kalhcrine Moore, Margaret Service, Hilda Smith, Laura
of State college was called into being. name, pinned purple and gold ribbons
Styn, Edith Tcpper, and Ilelen W a l t c r m i r e , sophomores. nations showered upon him honors in recognition of
achievements
as
a
statesman,
scientist, and public spirited For months a faculty committee had on her (or h i m ) , and then both proBUSINESS S T A F F :
Betty Kauttcr, ' 3 1 , Curtis Rtitciibe'r, 'i2
the plan under consideration and the ceeded hack on to the platform again.
Lloyd \V. Jones, Jean Watkins, Mary Doherty, and Isabel citizen.
The chairs of the men in service
I'cetB, sophomores. ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS:
Frances
Moderation in living seemed to he his watchword, al- action taken in Friday last was the covered with flags."
Mazar and Helen Rohel, juniors.
though his most marked characteristic, according to Mr. result of their labor.
"Professor Walker announced the
Faculty participation in the selection
Russell, was "a gusto for living."
. Board' representing the Student A s a o ^ l a S o n ^ ' s u b s c r i p t l o n s , $2.25
In criticism, it must he admitted that the publisher of names of those seniors who bad been of Myskania soon ended. The memper year single copies, ten cents.
Delivered anywhere in the
elected and as their names were read bers are now elected in the spring of
Poor
Richard
did
not
always
live
up
to
his
own
maxims,
United States, Entered as second class matter at postoflice,
for he lamentably failed to ohserve the principles set up lite chosen few walked to the plat- their junior year, but their names arc
in his own "Art of Virtue." But he did record in terse form and took a sent there, applauded not announced until Moviug-up day.
The NEWS does not necessarily endorse sentiments cxpr
The members are chosen as follows:
and clear sentences many simple truths of living which by the student body.
in contributions. No comiiHinieations will be printed utiles
"Those chosen and the order were: each member of the student associaare
practiced at the present time.
writers' names are left with the Editor-in-Chief of the I>
Anonymity will be preserved if so desired. The NEWS doe
If the student of American history or early American 1. Kolin I). l i n g e r : 1. Mildred Law tion votes for two eligible juniors and
guarantee to print any or all communications.
life would study an ideal example he should turn to the reuce; 3. Edith Wallace; 4. Margaret the three obtaining the highest numChrist; 5. Willard II. Pcarsall ; 6. ber of votes are chosen.
Inasmuch
pages of this biography.
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Edith
Rose;
0.
Emma
Gray;
111.
ciation
becomes
an
ex-ofiicio
member,
(For Salr i the Co-oh)
the student association really elects
.1 SltKrl History i,l '/'(.»;••;/
liv M m Langdon-Davics. Marion P a y n e ; 11. Guv Bruce."
WILL NEW RULES HOLD?
four
members.
The
other
seven,
.May
.',
1017.
"Miss'
Pierce,
dean
blue Ribbon Books, Nt v York. 382 pages. §1,00.
of women, reported to the student eight, or nine eligible juniors are
The new rushing rules which were adopted by interhaulages and disadvantages of modern woman's body last Friday morning that the appointed by the outgoing Myskania
sorority council this week constitute a radical departure j Th
emergence from llic home have been the subject of many name of' the senior student council at its discretion.
from the rules which have been laid aside for a year, j hotly contested intercollegiate debates. Those who would has been chosen, and is 'Myskania.'
Members of Myskania for 1930-31
It is estimated that only about ten hours of actual rush- | argue the question pro and con might very well resort The meaning of this name is to remain are:
Beatrice Louise Van Steenburgh
ing arc permitted the sororities legally.
Since it is to this blink for a resume of the reasons why we behave a secret to all who are not members
of the council.
T h e council will
Louise Williehuiua Schneider
practically impossible to become well acquainted with like men and women, what woman's relation to man
and to
Frances Virginia Peck
md what will be the future status of always consist of from ten to twelve
the freshmen in so short a time, it is expected that many women
Helen Baunies Otis
j members.
I h e first live will be
infractions of rules will occur.
Catherine Rutherford Norris
The author begins with the biological background to I c,KIS( -' n '>>' l,,(-' fatuity, the remaining
Adelia Kcnnetta Miller
No rushing is to be done outside of the sorority houses. ! woman's history. The development of sex life from a number by Myskania.
Russell Willard Ludluin
" ' 1K' members of the council will
This will take the form of but three events: a formal single celled organism to the present complex individual W M
r
:|S
Carolyn Elizabeth Kelley
i- trace.I and Ihe determination of sex characteristics is !
insignia a key, and it is
dinner, a tea dance, and a breakfast.
Undoubtedly this discussed.
Ruth Parry Hughes
hoped that the members of Myskania
limitation will be beneficial to both the rushers and
Marion Inez Gilbert
Sex consists of three things, the author points mil. , w i l 1 i n l h c f u t l , l ' t ' k ' s<-;itetl on the
Cornelius Walter Driscoll
rushees as far as time is considered, but the rushing will They arc rejuvenation, division of labor, and increased l'lan<irni flurinu student assemblies "
May 20, 1018. "The most important
Alfred David Basch
be of such a concentrated nature that, taken together : ability for variation.
The position of woman in primitive society was not
with Junior Prom, there can be little chance of the soran enviable one, since to her lot fell most of the disority members getting much rest in mind or body.
agreeable tasks of the primitive existence.
There are many rumors about that previous arrange- i
In most cases a paternalistic society flourished. But
ments for dancing in the gymnasium at ifoon time have I "'• some instances nniternalism ruled, to the end that the
women
became ol great importance in determining social
been made, and to circumvent this the new rules provide and religions
procedures,
The first French paper in the his- . ., ,, .. „ - ,
\JSAH.that the freshmen are not to ask a sorority member V
The woman of the ancient civilization was no better
— ^Sx§
dance with thein. It is hoped that this provision will j off. She was either the type of woman who was kept lory of French club at Slate college | £ S L b ? \ ^~^~~^~
at
home
in
careful
seclusion,
or
else,
she
was
one
of
the
will
be
distributed
about
December
uvercome cheating in arranging dance engagements
lletairae, among whom Phryne and Aspasia are out- I, according to Louise C'ronk, '31,
standing. She might also be a courtesan or even comKEEI THE COLLEGE CLEAN
editor-in-chief.
The member of the
moil prostitute.
The purpose of the waste receptacles in the C lege
The witch, lhc virgin, and the chatelaine were the out- club win, submits the best suggestion
The
lay night was a
cafeteria is becoming more and more apparent as stu- standing types of women furnished by the middle ages. for a name for the paper will be
dents and faculty combine to keep the cafeteria in proper The peri'ill was marked by increased education and given a pin as an award. The con- rather ambitious piece of work. It
liberties for the women as well as by a highly developed test for a name will close Monday, called for a particular knowledge of
order.
chiyalrie code of conduct toward them.
Since the beginning of the semester, College students
Finally, we have the modern woman who has come Xovcinbcr -'4. Suggestions may he pantomime in its director, and we
have cooperated with Milne high school children in into her natural heritage of equality with man. T h e , given li Louise Cionk. '31, editor; thought Carol Kellev directed it very
keeping the cafeteria floors well littered with crumbs, right to equal educational, political, and economic ad- A n d r e i Flowers, "SI, business man- well.
vantages is the outstanding characteristic of the new era.
ager ;
Ruth Edmonds was a little unsure
illy Nelson, ' 3 1 ; Margaret
papers, and the remnants of cskimo pies.
Women will continue the process of deintellectualizing
The past week has seen a change for the better which the men until they become convenient robots; they will H e n r y , >r Katherine Donley, juniors. of her lines, consequently we dis
There w
be three issues of the I trusted lhc sincerity of her acting. The
must be continued. The room is a room assuming an patronize the arts and literature, and will reorganize
social and religions institutions to suit themselves, the p a p e r this
car, one in December, lovers were whimsical hits of thistleappearance conducive toward working up an appetite
author concludes.
o n e in F e b r u a r y , a m
I one in April, [down, Edith Hunt was a character
instead of causing it to decline.
he D e c e m b e r i s s u e will b e a C h r i s t Blame cannot be placed entirely on the Milne high
i,„,
„ ; n ,.,„,,.,:'
, ',. i ,-,,,
unique , in
the
of
anna
itnher
ncr. I,
It will
i ontain a., story
.• •annals
,
v •
school students who come to the cafeteria, for members
ibservalion
of Christmas in , t t k • M ^ ' ' ' " I m a n prroinises to fol
I
of the faculty have seen College students offend as freister's
footsie]
F r a n c e , a n a r t i c l e by a m e m b e r of
quently as did the high school students. Further, the
The committees on sets evolvi
t h e f a c u l t y of t h e F r e n c h d e p a r t m e n t ,
haHs and coridors are not intended as places in which
j o k e s , a n d n e w s of i n t e r e s t t o F r e n c h delightful background not usual
to bolt food and drop crumbs.
The blue lighting
our
stage.
club members, ML-. Cr.uik announced.
BY RAY C O L L I N S
silhouettes created a
Now that the cafeteria is presentable, cooperation is
F a c u l t y a d v i s e r s a r e M i s s M a r i o n !•'.. shadowy
Admidst great enthusiasm, the new rushing rules ha
needed to keep it so.
lightful
fantastic
al
sphere.
S m i t h , a s s i s t a n t p r o f e s s o r of F r e n c h ,
I been welcomed by the sororities and they are now reai
Tin third produclion of Ihe
and Miss A r l e n c P r e s l m i , i n s l r u c l o r
! to follow the new but sound method of procedure s
vanced Iranian
lb.
in F r e n c h .
A HEALTHY INTEREST
forth by Dr. Brubacher and Co. Since the majority
least w o r t h ) ,,f t h e g r o u p
'I h e r e will be a s m a l l , b a r g e lor
Who is the healthiest woman in the College?
bis || H . „,,run tics in the past have been accustomed to da
e
a
c
h
c
o
p
y
of
t
h
e
p
a
p
e
r
,
a
c
c
o
r
d
i
n
g
t
o
question will be answered in two weeks when the esl the freshmen accidentally, it will undoubtedly be vei
Miss b l o w e r s
candidate among the group chosen by all College
leasible to i Lstially i n e r t a i ' o u m lb.
vmna mm in the
Gi/.n
\
Biro, g r a d u a l e student,
ganizatiotis as representatives will be made known.
I u t li if.
O f n u r s e , j u n i o r wool
'
irwh.it
Mil b
g
a v e a talk mi p o l i t n a l t o n d i l i o n s in
It is a good sign when Ihe women turn away l
U i s v for tin g i r l , but In I h e l
it il
f r a m e at t h e m e e t i n g of t h e c l u b
beauty contests to sponsor an activity that should
r i v e s , t h e g Is will p r o b a b h h,
C a r o l Siiuioll a n d \ ida I a n , ,en
'
hi. l e d l.i-l n i g h t .
courage and promoie iheir health.
i ml t r a i n i n g
to i o p e with t h e
l o r s , w i r e p l e d g e d t o ( I n n . r..ii N'u
P u i s h a w been o r d e r e d , w h i c h m e m
bar too mm li puhlii it} litis been given to health i
FRENCH STUDENTS
PLAN NEWSPAPER STATES
MISS CRONK SAYS
THE STATESMAN
Omicron Nu Receives
Two Pledge Members
tests. ' l l is h is r
rot
obtain a
llpl >]'s
stindn
The mi re - eiisi
'Milted in si
uded and ,
md a r t i s t s .
de procedu
ttome i t;
of
ire
'1 lie l ii 1.' M l .
lor it- 1 1 , m i l m i .
T\\( i VALI
lli.tr
In
i c i n g heal
t the la-U
d to n
\ \ ill III!
If l l r
mphsl
Ik
Wii.it
:
i l l
bet's n u n b u t
1 I n . is | | „ . I , , , ) , „ , „ •
m s i ' U ' i a l u s u - s t h a i F r c m l i d u b litis
had an i u o g n i a , . m o l d i n g |,. S i l v i a
Rose, ' 3 1 . president.
• ling l.idv, w h o
i,m that si
• Elcitrola
p ! • . ! . . • •
M i l . I . < >1T< I K T I X I T I I ' . S
Ever)
to I ,
tiinii) b.
presentation ol
i tb<
, k e s ol tl
Km! Di iper u
dram.ill. and
,d lb.
d progran ol lhc bedroll'
art ,
quartet.
Both Miss Draper
Both ba\
served reputations a,
their work
, e a r s , so t h a i th
appeared in 11 it* ' ..II
pi.
that the pre cula
student bod) know Iroiu i -.pen. i
tioiis will be ml. II sling and edui a! .al.
When in 1 i t s bearing the leputaliol 1 t h e s e p e o p k it a d d s a . el appear under the auspices of State colli
tudculs should
tain cultural value to the College, 'II
ise their privirealize this and make every effort to e>
lege of hearing them.
No objection to increases in the student tax wi be
heard as long as the increases are used for ptirposi
valuable as these.
Today
II III A M.
I L a i l l . c I :., P i n
ing
|' '.ii i .
Thill
Mii.Mii,
. i i d i t o i i u i i i , I1
Thai
Helen
o.in P.M. S
R,,bi
'I !uii Delia ( no,','.
antell,,,
prolubitio
lhc Lappa Delia 11
lh.it B..h R a n k i n
keeping Ihe gills *
W h a t happened t
oilmen!
II b i s i a l s .
is t a k i n g F ,
mi the, ) c m
Ihe " p u n c h
I 11,
it
(,
Phi
Sigma ?
1 bat i la) I M.w,nt is 'ecky's Pep?
That Si M.ishoi was ll runner-up for the Wheelot
Scholarship?
That the degree to which you rat
rsely pr,
portiuual to ihe number ol bids r.
-The girl who handled successfully two men at a
house dance?
-Who sighs for I'si Gamma?
W h o reads this . . .hiuui ;
if so, why ?- i
.
hall
U
<
-lllill I'll. Ill
arei, '31,
lid I'.llllll
\ (Ii
11,1 led b a l l
N 01) P.M.
Wall.
Wli) Arltou Itiisb
le o i l i e r
Mrs.
I
Calendar
t '.I.!
Bazaar :
it. t
O.viiiiiasiuiii, p.lg.
Tomorrow
-':•!!) P M. Biology
li hike
> Rensselaer
Meet i, I PIla/a.
K:tl(l P M
Sophoi
une party.
Lounge, Richard
Monday
H:30 P.M. Ruth Draper character sketches. Auditorium,l'a«c
hall.
Wednesday
3:15-5:00 P.M. Student-faculty
tea, Lounge, Richardson hall.
I I
iplei
,rg.
t i ii
al.
I he purpose lo• till
I'd 3
lo pro le si h.ilarship and rcse.in h
in home eioii
i. s. Si hoi,II Inp
I
evidence of future in hieveiui ut in ibis
hue of wmk determine the eligihdil)
of juniors and seniors.
PHI DELTA HAS GUEST
Margaret Rundell, '.'K, was a guest
at the Phi Delta sorority house recently.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1930
PRINTS
TWO NEW COORT MAGAZINE
FIVE OF FACULTYGAMES SCHEDULED WRITTEN ARTICLES
H. A. Haswell Announces Quintet
Will Play Lowell And
Manhattan Again
Two more games have been added
to the 1930-31 basketball schedule according to Harold A. Haswell, '32,
manager. February 4, the Purple and
Gold five will play Lowell technical
institute of Lowell, Massachusetts and
two clays later on February 6, the
varsity will face Manhattan college
of New York city. The latter institution is known for the excellent calibre of their basketball teams and it
is likely that the Stale team will encounter very strong opposition then.
The basketball squad has been practicing four times a week since the
season opened two weeks ago, and
are showing the results of their
thorough work-outs. Coach Rutherford R. Baker is devoting a great
deal of effort to build up a fast and
formidable quintet this year and he
is giving the freshmen members of
the squad every opportunity to dis
•play their ability.
Other games which manager liaswell has arranged for are December
d Maxwell 1 ruuiinp ul I ronkiui. \
V.; December 12, John Marshall college of law of Xew Jersey; J a n n a n
15, Midillebury nllcgc ol Vermont;
February 11, ( o per I'ni.m college of
New York city Februurv 11, Xew
Jersey State ( 'o ege for t e a c h e r s at
Montclair, New lersey. All of these
contests will be played in the Page
ball gymnasium
The annual Xew York trip will he
the second week in February, at
which time the team will play three
games, two of which have already
been scheduled.
The first will be
against Pratt Institute of Brooklyn.
N. Y„ February II, and another on
February 12, against the New |er-.e\
stale college fur teachers' live.' Tin'
third game has u.it |„-rii concluded,
Haswell said.
Five members of the State college
faculty have written articles for the
September number of the New York
State Education magazine. They are
President A. R. Brubacher; Mr. Carleton E. Power, assistant professor of
physics; Dr. Elizabeth H. Morris, assistant professor of education; Dr.
Caroline Croasdale, professor of hygiene; and Dr. Milton G. Nelson,
professor of education,
Dr. Brubacher wrote three articles:
"Selective Admissions," in which he
described the requirements and restrictions placed upon admission to
State college; "The Child and the
Parent," a description of the experiments in adolescent development taking place in the Milne junior and
senior high schools; and "Student
Control," an account of the State college student association and the advantages which it brings to college
students.
Dr. Power's article was entitled
"General Science," and consisted of
an account of the experiment in the
course in college general science for
freshmen which was instituted in September, l"2'>.
The article which was contributed
by Dr. Morris and Dr. Croasdale had
fur its subject "Student Adjustments"
and anal wed the ordinary student
prohlcuw.'and the solutions offered at
State college.
Dr. Xelson contributed an article
mi "Field Service." In it he described
the problems arising from a study of
teaching methods, practice, and knowledge of subject, l i e mentioned the
trips taken by members of the education department and the cases observed, lie described also the results
accruing from the co-operative relationship of the observers and the
high school principals and teachers in
various sections of the state.
ARE ENGAGED
Pi \lpha Tan sorority announces
the engagement of Sally Shapin
to lerrv Pliskin, of ' Albanv I .aw
School.
Alpha Phi Gamma Hat
RUSSIAN QUARTET
Stttitnti May Rteovtr but
Pledge Service For 8
TO
APPEAR
HERE
Article* OH Thursday JVooiu
Alpha Phi Gamma, national jourAll persons who desire to obON
NOVEMBER
21
tain articles which have been
nalistic fraternity, conducted its pledge
turned in to the lost and found
box should meet on Thursday
noons in front of the box in the
lower corridor of Draper hall, according to (Catherine Moore, '33,
a member of campus commission.
Miss Moore is in charge of the
box.
If anyone is unable to come at
this time, articles may be claimed
at other times by communication
with Miss Moore, she announced.
Many gloves and cases for glasses
have been turned in at the box,
but very few fountain pens, Miss
Moore said.
Women To Have Debate
Team Again This Year
Seven women have already signified
their intentions of participating in a
tryout contest for a women's varsity
debate team, according to an announcement made today by Willielinina Schneider, '31, president of the
debate council. Tryouts will he conducted this afternoon at 4:10 o'clock
in room 20 of Richardson hall.
Speeches for the tryouts will be
three minutes long and the topic will
he: "Resolved: That the new system
of sorority rushing rules is more desirable than the old." Four members
of the faculty will judge the contest.
They a r e : Miss .Agnes E. Futterer,
assistant professor in English, Mr.
Donald Bryant, and Miss Marion Osborne, instructors in English, and Dr.
Harold \V. Thomson, professor in
English and coach of debate.
Those that have already signed up
for the contest a r e : Audrey O'kaidy,
Wilhclmina
Schneider, and Alice
Splain, seniors; Elia Nealun, Ruth
Kroneau, and Frances Gaynor, juniors, and Marcia Gold, '3.1
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The junior with the highest scholastic standing in the social sciences
will be presented with a ten dollar
gold piece in assembly today by Pi
Gamma Mu, the national honorary
social science fraternity, according to
Elizabeth Moriarily, '31, president.
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GRACE MOORE
AGIFTFROM
VISITS
Miss Charlotte Sturman, a national
oflicer and province director for Fta
chapter of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, and Mrs. flyman Abraham (Contance llaumann, '17) were recent
visitors at the sorority house.
NOW
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Tickets for the recital may be obtained in the rotunda of Draper ball
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday,
upon presentation of student tax
ticket, Miss Barber said. Outsiders
may buy tickets at Cluett's music
store
on Broadway,
Wednesday,
Thursday, and Friday.
The quartet is making its fourth
tour of the United States this season,
and has already established a reputation in this country rivalling its conquest of the European countries. This
quartet has had the distinction of
singing with the Xew York Symphony
Orchestra.
The quartet is composed of N. N.
KedrolT, its leader and founder, form- i
erly of the Imperial Conservatory of
Petrograd; C. X. KedrolT. formerly
of the School of Musical Technique
of Petrograd; I. IX DenisolT, and T.
F. Kasakoff, both of the former Imperial Opera of Petrograd. Mr. Den
isolT is first tenor; Mr. Kasakoff,
second tenor; X. N. KedrolT, baritone; and Mr. C. X. KedrolT, basso.
service for eight students last Monday night. For two weeks the pledges
will wear black and white ribbons, the
fraternity colors, at the end of which
time there will be a formal initiation.
The pledges arc: Carolyn Kelley,
'31, senior editor of the Echo; Rose
Koren, '31, business manager of t h e
Echo; Marion Gilbert, '31, business
manager of the Pedagogue; Edith
James, '31, editor-in-chief of the Pedagogue; Helen Mead, '32, junior editor of the Echo; Audrey Flowers, '32,
advertising manager of the N E W S :
Andrew Hritz, '32, finance manager
of the N E W S ; and Alexander Schoor,
'31, associate editor of the Lion and
feature editor of the NEWS.
C. H. BUCKLEY THEATRICAL ENTERPRISES
PALLADINO
Personality Bobs-Finger Waving - Permanent*Waving
The Kcdroff Russian Male Quartet
will appear in the United States for
the last time Friday night, November 21, at Chancellor's hall under the
auspices of the State college music
association, according to Elaine Barber, '31, president of the music council.
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MILLER WILL BE Extra-curricular Activities Are Less
Important To Europeans, Biro Finds
SPORTS MANAGER
The
Athletic
Council
Office Of T e n n i s
A s Separate
Duty
A . Miller,
Kenneth
Abolishes
Manager
'32,
was
p o i n t e d m a n a g e r of i n t r a - m u r a l
a t a meeting of the athletic
t o Dr.
according
assistant
professor
of t h e
man
Donnal
ap-
sports
council,
V.
Smith,
of h i s t o r y ,
chair-
council,
T h e p o s i t i o n of t e n n i s m a n a g e r
be
banished
next
year
a t h l e t i c office, a n d
will
as a separate
t h e duties will
be
p l a c e d u n d e r t h e d i r e c t i o n of t h e m a n a g e r of i n t r a - m u r a l s p o r t s , D r .
announced.
The
change
because the council
t w o offices
Smith
was
thought
c o u l d be m o s t
made
that
the
advantage-
o u s l y m a n a g e d if p l a c e d u n d e r a s i n gle
executive
sports, he
in charge
of m i n o r
said.
A t a r e c e n t m e e t i n g of t h e
association
intra-mural
placed
under
minor
sports.
cording
duced
from
the
The
were
category a s
amendment,
t o its s u p p o r t e r s ,
so that
student
sports
same
money
ac-
was
intro-
c o u l d be
taken
t h e b u d g e t of m i n o r s p o r t s
be u s e d
for
inter-class
French, Hungarian, Dutch, Roumanian, Italian, E n g l i s h , G r e e k a n d L a t i n .
• H e h a s . s t u d i e d in m a n y E u r o p e a n
universities, including the
Sorbonne
in P a r i s , t h e U n i v e r s i t y o f S c i e n c e
" F r a n z J o s e p h " in H u n g a r y , t h e U n i v e r s i t y of V i e n n a , a n d t h e U n i v e r s i t y
of C a l i f o r n i a .
W h i l e in California
h e w a s a s s i s t a n t in c h e m i s t r y .
C h e m i s t r y and pharmaceutics have
b e e n his chief i n t e r e s t s .
H e holds
b a c h e l o r ' s a n d m a s t e r ' s d e g r e e s in
pharmacy.
H e has invented a deod o r i z i n g b e n z i n e used b o t h a s a b e a u t y
a n d s u r g i c a l aid.
L a s t n i g h t he a d d r e s s e d t h e m e m b e r s of t h e F r e n c h c l u b .
Active participation t o an unusual
d e g r e e in e x t r a - c u r r i c u l a r a c t i v i t i e s i s
one of the main differences between
the A m e r i c a n and E u r o p e a n college
Hungarian
student, Gcza A . Biro,
g r a d u a t e student, believes.
B i r o , w h o is t w e n t y - e i g h t y e a r s o l d ,
is w o r k i n g h e r e for h i s d e g r e e of
m a s t e r of a r t s . I n a d d i t i o n t o c a r r y i n g a full s e m e s t e r ' s w o r k h e r e , h e is
a l s o s t u d y i n g a r e g u l a r c o u r s e at t h e
A l b a n y M e d i c a l c o l l e g e . H e is s t u d y ing there under a General Electric
scholarship.
H e also tutors French
at the Albany Boys' Academy.
A n excellent linguist, he c o m m a n d s
nine
languages,
including
German,
and
basketball.
DR. EDDY SPEAKS
ON SOCIAL EVILS
AT ANNUAL DINNER
World-wide
economic
depression,
d e m a n d for s e l f - d e t e r m i n a t i o n , s o c i a l
j u s t i c e , a n d r e a l i t y a n d r e f o r m in r e ligion w e r e the most observable cond i t i o n s o n his w o r l d t o u r
through
twenty nations, Dr. S h e r w o o d Eddy,
principal speaker a t the dinner, told
the men a t the annual Y o u n g Men's
Christian association freshman dinner
c o n d u c t e d in t h e c a f e t e r i a r e c e n t l y .
" T h e United S t a t e s is not alone in
the unemployment situation," he said.
"In Germany there are three million,
o u t o f w o r k ; in G r e a t B i i t i a n , m o r e
than t w o and a q u a r t e r million, and
in I n d i a a n d C h i n a , a b o u t f o r t y m i l linn.
F r a n c e a n d R u s s i a s e e m t o lie
t h e o n l y t w o n a t i o n s in t h e w o r l d
w h i c h h a v e no u n e m p l o y m e n t p r o b lem."
think
What d oyou
intersorority
rushing
Helen Henderson, '31:
The n e w
r u l e s a l l o w p l e n t y of t i m e f o r r u s h ing.
T h e y are b e t t e r t h a n t h e old
r u l e s in e v e r y w a y .
Mildred Smith, '32: T h e rushing
p e r i o d is t o o s h o r t .
Sorority girls
can not k n o w freshmen, as r u s h i n g
is a l s o r e s t r i c t e d d u r i n g t h e y e a r .
T h e y are inconsiderate because they
c o m e during p r o m week a n d juniors will h a v e little c h a n c e to r u s h .
A l i c e B e n n e t t , ' 3 1 : T h e i d e a of
having rushing when there are no
c l a s s e s i s b e n e f i c i a l for b o t h s o r ority girls and freshmen,
Rushing
is m o r e n a t u r a l a n d c o r d i a l
when
d o n e r i g h t in t h e s o r o r i t y h o u s e s ,
i n s t e a d of c h a s i n g all o v e r t h e c i t y .
Dorothy Abrams, '31; The new
r u s h i n g r u l e s .should b e t t e r t h e coililiti
Th
Mate
eat a n e r v o u s s t r a i n
both
freshmen
B e s i d e s D r . S m i t h , t h e m e m b e r s of
the athletic council a r e : Coach R u t h e r f o r d K. B a k e r , D r . H a r r y B i r c h e n o u g h , h e a d of t h e m a t h e m a t i c s d e partment, and Dr. Marry W . H a s t i n g s , h e a d of t h e E n g l i s h d e p a r t m e n t ;
and Charles Lyons and F r a n k Ott,
seniors, Robert Goodrich and H a r o l d
D r . E d d y s p o k e of t h e d e p l o r a b l e
Haswell, juniors, and
Gilbert
l)ic o n d i t i o n in t h e s h u n s of N e w V u r k
L a u r a , i'i.
city w h e r e men are c r o w d e d
into
s m a l l r o o m s w i t h o u t p r o p e r food a n d
clothing,
l i e told of h o w R u s s i a , t h e
p o o r e s t c o u n t r y in t h e w o r l d , h a d
a b o l i s h e d child l a b o r , w h i l e
United
S t a t e s , t h e r i c h e s t n a t i o n , still m a i n
t a i n s t h i s evil.
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faculty-student
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t h e L o u n g e of R i c h a r d s o n h a l l .
T h e following are a m o n g the repr e s e n t a t i v e s ot t h e d i f f e r e n t o r g a n i z a t i o n s : s o r o r i t i e s : A l p h a Epsiloii I'hi,
E v e l y n G r e e n b e r g , 'ii; A l p h a Kilo,
R u t h G o l d s m i t h , 'S2 ; B e t a Z e t a , R u t h
Brezee, ' 3 3 ; Chi S i g m a T h e t a , Alice
Giblin, ' 3 2 ; Delta O m e g a , J u d v b i s t e r , 'ii; K p s i l u n
B e t a I'hi,
Helen
Vrouiiian, ' 3 3 ; Eta Phi, Harriet M a d
d e n . ' 3 3 ; G a m m a I'hi S i g m a , M a r y
Wald, i i .
" I s t h e r e n o d e m a n d til" social j u s W a l t e r Driscoll, '31:
tice in t h i s land of t h e f r i e r " a s k e d
ie r u s h i n g p e r i o d is t h e b e t t e r
Dr. Eddy,
l i e -aid that t h e r e w e r e
mil like it
o n l y f o u r n a t i o n s in t h e w o r l d w h e r e
M a y b e l l e M a t t h e w s , '34: It seen
rare prejudice exists, namely. United
nio-t
impossible
that
freshini
States, Germany, South Africa, and
mid c h o o s e wisely the s n m r i l \
India.
I n c h t h e y h a v e t o live f o r t i i r
R e a l i n a;
•ded
•ars.
I n the r u s h p a r t i e s , I thii
in r e l i g i o n
reform ah
enough, Dr.
of th
c h u r c h e s , In
d run
i.-iu t h e i n d i v i d u a l g
mil"
Margaret
Cussler, '31:
A m o ig th.
George Graff.
• i d e m uf S t a l l
lege Y
M. l
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P . ! boll
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G a m m a K a p p a I'hi, M a r g a r e t S e r v ii e, 'ii ; P h i D e l i a , ( lurii e S i m m o n s ,
3 - ' ; I'hi L a m b d a , R u t h C o n g e r , '31 ;
Pi A l p h a T a n , R u t h T i n k l e m a n , 'SS ;
I ' M G u m m a , B e r t h a B u h l , 'ii; S i g m a
A l p h a , B e t t y M c C o m b s , '.)3.
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Louise Wells, '34; W a t c r b u r y hall,
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Nellie W o o d , ' 3 4 ; P a g e hall, K a l h r v n
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P u t n a m , 'ii; t h e P e d a g o g u e ,
Rose
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'31, and O r m o n d
G u v r, a n d | . . l
Dr. Doun
V. S m i t h a n d
Mr-.
Mill
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At College functions, sorority m e m bers may dance with the entering stud e n t s , b u t t h e r e s h a l l be n o " c u t t i n g "
and not more t ban three
sorority
m e m b e r s m a y be a r o u n d m o r e t h a n
two entering students at one time.
O u t s i d e t h e C o l l e g e t h e r e will h e
no social e n g a g e m e n t s b e t w e e n
the
sorority
member
and t h e
entering
student
during
this
period. T h e
L o u n g e of R i c h a r d s o n ball m a y not
be used f o r r u s h i n g .
This
means
t h a t no s o r o r i t y g i r l m a y visit w i t h
j freshmen except a t College functions
w h i l e S e c t i o n I I of t h e r u l e - for t h e
n o n - r u s h period holds.
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Pearl
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A b o u t twenty couples are expected
to a t t e n d t h e a n n u a l C o l l e g e h o u s e fall
d a n c e t o be c o n d u c t e d t o n i g h t at 8 : 3 0
o'clock.
T h e d a n c e will be i n f o r m a l
a n d will l a k e p l a c e at t h e m e n ' s r e s i d e n c e at 134 C e n t r a l A v e n u e , a c c o r d ing t o L l o y d M o r e l a n d . ' 3 3 , c h a i r m a n
of a r r a n g e m e n t s .
IN RUSHING RULES
(Continued
floni fittdc 1 column 5)
E n f o r c e m e n t of t h e r u l e s will b e in
t h e h a n d s of t h e i n t e r s o r o r i t y c o u n c i l .
O f f e n d e r s will he p e r m i t t e d to d e f e n d
themselves before the council.
Initiation shall
b e conducted o n
Friday o r Saturday, February 6 o r
7, t h e n e w r u l e s p r o v i d e .
I n case
t h e s o r o r i t y is n a t i o n a l , i t w i l l b e a l lowed t o abide by national r u l i n g s .
A l l i n f o r m a l i n i t i a t i o n s will b e c o n d u c t e d w i t h i n the s o r o r i t y houses.
In College, a sorority girl
may
d a n c e w i t h a f r e s h m a n in t h e g y m n a s i u m a t n o o n , p r o v i d e d t h e r e i s no.
"cutting" and that the date has not
b e e n p r e v i o u s l y a r r a n g e d for.
Under
no c i r c u m s t a n c e s can a s o r o r i t y m e m ber and a freshman m a k e a date bef o r e e n t e r i n g t h e g y m n a s i u m o n theday when the dance occurs.
Neither
may freshmen ask a sorority m e m b e r
to d a n c e with her, nor m a y she m a k e
dates with sorority members. T h e
e n t i r e n o o n h o u r will b e c o n s i d e r e d
one dance, and only one
sorority
m e m b e r may d a n c e with the e n t e r ing student d u r i n g that entire period.
Cottons
Hewitt'• Silk
80-82
MEN OF COLLEGE
HOUSE TO DANCE
TONIGHT AT 8:30
H45 Madison
HEWETT'S
and
Miss E d i t h O. Wallace, assist a n t p r o f e s s o r of L a t i n , w i l l b e t h e
c h a i r m a n o f t h e w e e k l y t e a t o be
c o n d u c t e d in t h e L o u n g e of R i c h a r d s o n hall, W e d n e s d a y afternoon
from 3 : 1 5 to 5:00 o'clock.
M i s s W a l l a c e w i l l b e a s s i s t e d by
M i s s G r a c e M a r t i n , instructor in
a r t ; Miss M a r i o n Red way, superv i s o r in l i b r a r y s c i e n c e ; M i s s I s a h e l l e J o h n s t o n , h e a d of t h e p h y sical education d e p a r t m e n t ;
Miss
Lydia A . Johnson, supervisor in
Latin and assistant professor of
Latin;
Professor
Clifford A .
W o o d a r d , b e a d of t h e b i o l o g y d e partment and Mrs, W o o d a r d ; P r o f e s s o r A d a m A . W a l k e r , h e a d of
the
economics
department, a n d
Mrs. W a l k e r ; Dr. Guy Hilleboc,
d i r e c t o r of c h i l d w e l f a r e a n d s o c i a l
w o r k in the Milne high school,
and
Mrs. Hilleboe; Miss
Mary
Elizabeth Cobb, assistant professor
of l i b r a r y s c i e n c e a n d c o l l e g e l i brarian;
and
Miss Virginia B .
Smith,
supervisor
of L a t i n i n
M i l n e h i g h school.
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