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StateCollege News
VOL.
XV No. 12
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y„FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1930
STATE TO CHOOSE
DELEGATE TODAY
To Supervise Election
WOMEN PRACTICE
FOUR DIFFERENT
WINTER SPORTS
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues,
Ban On Smoking And Coffee;
Rules Decree Model Living
PHI DELTA DROPS
IN HONOR RECORD
" N o smoking, and not more
than o n e c u p of coffee a day,"
Basketball, bowling, biking and
arc t w o of the training rules
swimming are now being conducted
which a r e being observed by the Psi G a m m a Leads Sorority H o n o r
Miss Peard, D r a n s k y , Hritz, o r
in the winter sports program of the participants in basketball.
Rice will attend N . S. F . A.
Roll While Delta O m e g a
Atlanta conference
Girls' Athletic association according
T h e rules further provide for
Follows on Closely
to Beatrice Van Steenhurgh, '31,
"Three full meals a day, reguThe Stale college delegate to the
larly."
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shall
be
no
eatfbe
facts
that I'lii Delta .sorority
president.
National
Student
Federation of
ing between meals except fruit
has toppled from the first to the last
Basketball practices are conducted
America's annual convention in Ator milk."
place, and that Psi Gamma has risen
daily, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Date hours will have to be
lanta, (la., may he chosen this mornFridays from 3:15 to 5:00 o'clock,
abolished fur each woman is re- from the eighth place to lake the
inn when the student association
lead in sorority scholarship are the
and on Tuesdays and Thursdays
quired to have " A n average of
ballots on the names of four nommain features of the sorority honor
from 4:10 to 5:00 o'clock in the eight hours sleep a night not
inees, all of whom arc members of
less than six hours a n y OIK
roll for 1929-1930, as announced togymnasium of llawley hall. Frances
the junior class.
night. T h e s e hours of sleep are
day by Elizabeth Vanderburgh, regVirginia Peck, '31, is basketball
The candidates, as posted by the
to be consecutive." Six glasses
istrar.
sports captain. Her assistants a r e : of water a day are necessary for
student council in alphabetic order
\ o sorority honor roll was pubare: Samuel S. Dransky, Andrew A.
a niiminimu requirement.
Winifred Iliirlbut, '31; Alice Gihliu
lished
for the year 1928-1929, accordHritz, Isabel J. Peard, and George
As a final regulation, it is unand Virginia Hawkins, juniors; Kathing
to Miss Vanderburgh. The honor
P. Rice. Whichever of these nomderstood that an average of (
erinc
Moore
and
Bertha
Buhl,
sophoroll
last
published lor the year 1927inees is elected will leave for the conin academic work will he main192X is the one with which the above
mores; and Mary Moore, and Elizavention shortly after Christmas and
tained.
These rules were formR u s s e l l W , L u d l u m , '31, prescomparisons are made.
, ,will represent the college at the three
beth Kammcier, freshmen.
ulated by Miss Isabelle Johnston
ident of t h e student association
Beta Xcla sorority, which bad fjxst
day meeting there. The conference
head of t h e physical education
About one hundred ninety women
and last year's delegate to the N.
place
on
the
honor
roll
for
four
proper will begin January 1 and will
department, in conjunction with
S. F. A. convention in California,
have been out to practices, Mis'- I
years previous to the last honor, roll,
last until the third day.
the basketball sport captains.
who will supervise election of canwhen it was sixth, is third on tire
Peck said. These are divided into
Dransky is desk editor of the STATK
didate this morning.
roll for the past year.
,,
GOU.KGI-: N E W S , a member of the
squads of ten players each.
ri DIRECTOR
NAME
Delta Omega retains second place
Lion staff, and associate editor of
1
squads will play against each other
on
this
tally
which
it
also
occupied
the Echo
He is a member of the flfl. RISLEY
PLANS
j in an inter-squad tournament, she
on the last honor roll.
Young Mens Christian association
O f AVC iM l i U r m i O V l
' - t a 1>ni - w l iich had third place 01)
announced. There will be no official
cabinet and has held offices in his
PLAYS
IN JANURAKY\thc
roll for 1927-1928 dropped to
,
ilU< r cl:,ss
llaskctl)a
class for two years. He was also
th] HM i f f J j - f l f r e E T - F c l
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" tournament this
a member of the freshman camp
Miss Agnes Futterer, professor of f o u . y n P | a c e -. .
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IIS !flAj>AlnUjbl
IJiymr.
The only official inter-class
,
, ,, . I 1 he standard of the sorority
committee and at present conducts
Dr. Adna W . Kisley, head of the games will lie those between the
nnounces the following s a | , 0 | a r s | : j P ) | l o w c v c r , : l s c-.mpared
the men's employment agency. Drancas s
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' elementary dramatics I with that of two vears ago is slightly
sky gave the rebuttal speech for the history department, will speak on j f r c s | l m C n and sophomores which are |
I raining in Secondary r r m f | u c t e ( i l m , | e r , | , c supervision of class plass to be presented in (aim- lower. Two years ago, Phi Delta's
sophomore debate team last year, l i e "Teacher
Schools
at
the
forty-fifth
annua
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• (liters of the 1934 handbook and meeting of the American Historical r j , . a t r v
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is a member of Alpha Phi Gamma.
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onT Tuesdays
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On the last honor roll, :l
Hritz is nuance manager of the I " ' J "('•' :",' , 1 V - V
' > , !'1 and Thursdays from 3:15 to 5:00 has five characters: Mrs. Sykes, (),
n from 1.19 tn I 58 with 3
NKWS, treasurer of the junior class, )'"' -U ' l
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L " ,?„ h ' f" ( > ' d o ' ' k at the Rice's bouling alleys played by Mildred Quick, 'ii; Mr ages
CASTS FOR THREE
TO GIVE ADDRESS
( h
and served as one of the associate | 1 ' . . V * ' " : . ; ' * ' ' , ' T ! ' l f , ' , ^ " , I " W l ' M l i n a v t ' , , m '
' ' " ' " > J " " ^ Svkes played hv |oh„ Grosvcnor, '33; v , ; i n ;
editors
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P-3-1
R a t i o n . The
j i•. s 'i„,,.,|i„.,
b a l i n g ' Vpor't
1II;I.,.
likes M ^ h m l ^
variati..i."»?' Inly .27 Tc'
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n i iLast!'
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he
t h eheadquarters
can. uarters of
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C
e association.
lowest
.•rage and the
yeartorsheofwas
memberL aof
at
conducted
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hi weekl,
Bambt.ger,
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hesophomore
FC34 handbook.
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,,' rCopley,
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iioulmg
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man.
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Margmerite
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convention 1are at the Cop ev .,_„ ,. ,,,i,,,.,,.,i
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'33; and the minister, Bern-| "This ri--.il
:t\es
tin sorority
sear he was sophomore member of n ,
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' • ' a r e coinhuted wciklv and In w.eklv,
JJ
girls an avei
if between C and
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. i . i i deh.ite
i - . le.nn
in Boston. ,
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nihotiiore
1:1 -1 I Mu' l I la/a
• , hotel
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incin,i;,,.at
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night
Bath
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S( (,the fraternities
student board
of finance.
lie * ",,h »
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.lin-iti nMice
ol \Giblin,
ei.i 1,111ns,
His
are Nap,
I'hi Kappa
e n t r a l tileavenue.
'32 .
" a ?," ' ' ^ ' \'1 '".'"•'V' ' " «"..,t the awarding ,,| the cup ,0 the
rn
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-i ' :l '<"'« I' 1 ''"' ' " I-.•i«Umii«l. s..r,.nlv uilh the b;g!te-i a w , a g e by
and
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lie
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Marjorie ,, Morton,
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has the
paved
111 ere asswhich
basketorganized
ha a n d . ,'".':.,
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J-, hiking spoil
,11.111.111, Gold,
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on
committee
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sport captain.
captains.
F.velyn; Marcia
'33. is to play the part the li,tcrsor,,,-h o.unnl will serve
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Marshal
Co lege,
chairman
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'« "is
' lhgeneral
>' historical
as ; ( ; r i ,c,,.:,,,,-,,
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Ml
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tooMiss
ball.Peard
Meiswas
irs speaker
on ", " " ' .'
, , tain.
Mumming is coinlm let cv ei v \\ en ! Collins,
a n kcrbc
vice-presid.
nt of the
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'31, the pan of a voimg , lhl.-; .war.
student association and u.as secretarv >""<."".,1 " ' ' " " : ' " - ' " " " ' . • I | r , „ , k - i u , man. Kalherire Moore, '33, J ' " ' ''"1- "li.el. »;,- ,,n ted to
l-isi ee-ir
^ b e is si-,-rel-o-\ of the -''"'I'l" \al!e> lusloiuai assm lalloji,
1
11,,-L-,,,, r , ,,|,| ,,noine-Iiki Alice l.c-miet, 31, f. 1« ulinl of Psi
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liram'a,c'and a
, ' 'and I m« l h , | - ( ' ' ' [ - ' - • ' » ! " ' ><< ' ' ' > ' ; ' " « . l so Df. Frederick
Rogers
! , , v,l!in i t ' v T , ,
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in las, we, k'-. .pem'ily, will
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T<> Talk h Assembly \
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"big^st
M
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she won the women's prize speaking '-'' . ^ " ' " ! '"^''''•,. ""'.„,'."."."'". ','''-'!''
Dr. Frederick Band Rogers, -lire,- 'third |.la\ to be presented. It deals average^ lor tin pn\i,-us >,;.,
The
S
v,h eh wins the
contest. Her sororitv is Kappa Delia. ^ ' •' ,""'".-' .'- " ",' '' ," ,
" " l ' l n ' t o r of the division of health and u n h high ,-o,nedv. Nile Clemens. '31, "•'""e ;jl the
oil ii , ach year
Bice is managing editor of the ' ' J ' , / l . " ' J ' ' l l '
'.'";„
1 phvsical e d u c t i o n ,,!' the slat.
r ,- to p,,rirav the charmiim mother., 1 '": 1 w' 1 ' b l "
nut,ib 1 bv Miss
STAT 1 Coi.l.i:,;!-; Xi.us and has been \0UINTET
TO PLAY
' Xnv York, will be the speaker ii-lMr-. Sua,;,,'.
Her three daughters I . Die .n cnu
a speaker on the men's varsity debate! V . , „ . „ , „ » , , „ , , „ , « , „
[the a--,-nl,h ibis motning at I I : K ! will be : Violet Putnam, '3X a- Eileen. ' \ ; "' ! '• "l""l
NEW JERSEY
FIVE
! o'ch.ik. a, co'nling to Kussell Ludlum, I aura Fl,tcber, \l>,. as Dolly, and J,;.',,,',"",';;.',.,;'
team for three years, lie has held.
1.175
1.474
membership ,.11 the ilebate council for
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«m n
' '^L P'esidenl of the student associa
\bbie
Dinueeu,
'M, as Minnie li.-i.-, /.,-,;, . . .
I t(>
three >ears and was president of bis!
TONIGHT,
AT 8:15 turn.
Dr. Roger's topic will be j (diaries Juckelt, '33, wil!
I 414
\l|,ln
class \ a s t year, din's year he edited,
| ! y .^ Si'ilooK
("Teachers are Priests."
' p a r t ol Chailes Duncan
1 41 J
Delia
lv
s ll;l l,( ( 11 u i l 1 1 l i u
1.366
the 1934 handbook. He is a cabinet
j-j l t . W ) r ^ j t v |'i;l skt-thal I live will at-1 "''• '"i-'"
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' slate jmau ; Robert Robinson will be Tommy .\i',',i
l.3(.?
member of the N'oiing Men's Christ-I
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d o r y ,,(• | department about four years, End- | Mins, a shrewd voting man. The !';'"'
two,01 v,
d. lie has charge 1 medical part of Gerald Booth, tl thud
.iation. f o•r 1
lan a,
f i n Di-lta
, v:>
the current• --.asoii when it faces the
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•.summations, teaching si ice, mils- iran has not been assigned a. y,t,
h
been captain of the 1932 niter- V | . H , ( . r s ( , v , a w s e h o f | ,
,inu.t (lf
class debate team
I le-has eolitrib.l- N V t t . a r k
Xew Jersey, tonight al ng service, physical edi lion, .in-: I Ciiumu'ltee chairmen a r e : setting,
subjects in tile
oils.
ICarolvn ('lamers, 'i3, lirst assistant,
ted art.ces to the edagogue, the , „ „ ,,•,,,„., • „ ,s
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John Grosvcnor, \U; a-h ei tisiim,
I'.cho, and the Lion. Mis fraternities M a , j l n n
I
Peisis Foster, 'M, lirst assistant,
MAY E D I T P A P E R
a r e : Kapna Delia Rho, Alpha P h i l ' T I , , ' ; , , • 1 . 1,.,, ,
,e,
Mice torn,II. \U, properties, llerlha
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I lie invaders n a \ e a strong oiitlit 1 Alpha Phi Gamma, natim al ln>n
Buhl, 33. lirst assistant, Margarel
Cainma, and Kappa Phi Kappa.
| Mrs season and an certain to furnish 11 % journalistic ir.iternin, is :11,1k
yh
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lvia
Morton.
'X\: house, I-VCIMI L.ou-n
l.ri10
as
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in
-Inpiihlicatioii
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' ' " ' ' ' t h e Purple
and Cold plawrs
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the inetho 1 of eon,1 pr, « ith
members
if theRice
local being
newsnbureau
of 1,
.... . '33; lounge, Helen Cnnuie, 'X1!,
the fed, ration,
ew
In Mb.10 IG.iniej New-,
Ma v e i l
Iiai g
ir-e ill
activities,
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11, to Alfi, ! D I'M eh, '31, pr.
1 • ; ' l i e a s education
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RING COMMITTEE
TO SUBMIT THREE
MODELS TO CLASS
PRINCIPAL REVISES
METHOD IN COURSE
IN EDUCATION 115
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to t h e
Stare College Is 8(1 Years Old Thursday;
Name, Building, I'"acuity Changes Occur
'lei,
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'I b, • 1,-eli
I I-,.,., ,,, t i m e rings
l l l - l , 11 H
In ib. jiinl n , las. in,-- co nmillee
r o f I ' m - , th
IV s b
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f. r m i d siibuiission p . ihe class for!
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t ha
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IX, w l i
loume ihe In hd.n re, ess, accordmu
1 t i n ti o l d
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In I ,-ah D n , an,' Giairnian.
Miss
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lor ' l e a d
Doie.oi 1, uniting fin so,ne new j
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( ..lb
the P
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... uple • 1 , an i n ft,mi the Basin,11 ,
a Hi
the \ l
pl.1V
del nk
,- ,i:,m of K'oebesl, ,, uho-e reprean
siiil.ilne she iniei \ iewcil this week .lav nighl when I ach K'uili, rt'ord "i tin
tin
and -ein.iis who * isli to
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Two of the lompanies which have K. Bikel's chargi's de, i-uelv de- f i a
n i l scl 1
. I„ti. i p a n ,,i th. l-i.'s s
a l e this course \\ ill meet in loom
sid
led samples In 1 he ling coin liate.I the Bi-ookhn live, 3-1 20
peilaming to 111,
'''"»''•
tin in ,v Milne High s |, „,| v a- ,.'d of k'icharil:
hall ,,n January U
!
mitiei , the W'.u leu Kahse coinpan
Coach Baker started a veteran leach .-, Ihe l liege has
..eupicd
I he l i n t c-• nnielicc | ;,t 4 15 ..', I,, k. A maximum miniof . ochester and the Gle.is„n-Wal hue u p with Ben Ingrahani, at c m ' eiieon . ass courses grantiu
n ii- noiiies in the new l'i|.-i I ,, r of 3> sin lenis will he peimitted
lace company of Albany, favor lie ler, Irwin Clark and Gilbert De -leg-vis in
in ,, lucati
lueaH mal
-u.,1 IheMs
li
auditorium t ink plat e in l'J2H | iit enroll
( lass meetings will be
Use of |he mascot design oil tinI IIIII.I. forwards, and Charles Lyons i Man h, IWi), the I ollege n-c-r.vA tin
,i,,i the name .,f Bichaid's lull | cmi ducted milt a week on Tuesdays
si,..id,
'Ihe oih.i c jiauii s, in and l i a n k Oil, guards. T h e men urst notable ch ,ner tint f.-oiu ;
Inured I,, ihe uaiiii of k'bhard iin io,,n, 2(1 al 4:15 i/.Jock. The acchilling the Skillciafters ,,f l'lnla were not working together well, and M'oimal s, In,,.] i , a ( .liege.
I in:
hod in meinoria u for the late j tual
l
sponsorship ol Milne High
dil
a Half, iir company, of -Mile Maxwell led al the end of the lirst •"""« -l""' " - " - ' d at the same m.u
eon,id \V. Uichanlson.
school i labs in, | |„ ,,,,, ,,, m, a tjvjtipg
Loin, M.issacb is,us, and the Aub ,,,,,,11, , , 8 3
addiiions to the .oil.:-, em ii, i.la jm
i's| , | i h e Ii
will
take
Ihe |
. urr,
n a
, oiupapy ui 1 il.io, used the I rch de
Ih e visitors weie taking long I a c h .
e in the nielli, d , of the in-D
S, I h i n
11 v
u n k l y class nit
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shots which found tin ;r mark fre I H'li-m. T i m e wen a bled c o r s e s , lei's ,!,» e.
u Ill
l b the
t h e thei
i h e , 1 I .-net. I n e e n„,ranged
, ,,,IL,e,| totolit1,1 ,u
in Willi the schedule!
'lie
•r m e m rs ol the ring ( | l , , n t | v „[„,,, S l a U , n l i ., M ,| ,„.„,. ,,,, Iphd • .plo,, scl... .1 ,-.•.
iv, and h:s- ten,HI t,n deem-- I e'„,\v / n o , and of ih,,,,- students ivlm v> ill lake tile
connnille, ,-ie Saia Atkinson, Mag. ,„„.,„,,,, i( . s ,,, S C l ) n ,
, , M l h |i., k l . r t,., y ,,i , din al ; . ,u D . g . e e s o i be, Ii Hi, eil\ sireel- w e n c - , \ , i , . | with course. The Milne High .cho.d ilnbs
deleuie I , n u b , and K'obeil Iv'ankin i ,!„.,, s l l | ) S , j , M U , , | a l l ( , „ j u . r I( . s hmcu elor of p,-.!og,,,.v a „ d nia-t. r of pi dI the si,I, v».,Iks
•re banlod ,,t presenl include d r a m a t i c s , aviation,
I he sophomore class representative ( ( . a i „ w l l | , ' j - | 1 ( , m a . s ( ; a n i . ( | ,u center, | "V„yj wen- o nferi, I; tin,, the pur igh uh snow d, ill.-.. ( h les Win th-I dancing, ait, radio, stamp, stars,
who is iil.sening hie work of tlif Royer liaucr..f< and Samel is al Ihe, suits ol Ihe (..liege re,|iiiremenl: i.ui, the janitor, w,e, at work in the ; science shop, and typewriting. Others
ring coinniiitec is Dorothy King.
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weie broadened.
(Continued on piiuc 4, column i)
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"Reduce Student Tax," Democrats Cry
State Men Need More Freedom, They Say
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The Monday session of the National Democratic convention was called
served to the weary ones, who are warmly bundled
up in steamer rigs. Talking and reading are for- to order by the temporary chairman, the Honorable William Collins of
bidden and sleep encouraged. The present enrol- Pennsylvania. The chairman opened the meeting of the delegates to the
ment presents fifty-seven varieties of fatigue. The convention at Ypsilante, by instructing the sergeant-at-arms, Robert Gooddismissal bell for the class is presumably an alarm rich, to eject from the convention room all those who insist upon smoking
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Perhaps those who sleep the soundest or who gam The regular order of business was cessive yielding of stales which prothe most weight will get the highest marks. One followed. First the report of the ceeded his on the call made the first
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Last year college girls might have objected to such to the convention by the chairman
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with all sorts of characters.
calling for rounded silhouettes, the classes may prove New Hampshire. This was followed He has once
been the leader of the
by the report of the Committee on
the most popular in the entire curriculum.
strongest gangs in Chicago.
lie
Rules and Order of Business.
The Committee on Permanent Organization, headed by Mayor Bernard
Kerbel of Albany, reported the choice
of the committee for the permanent
officers of the convention. The Honorable Fay Blum, of the Phillipincs
was selected as the permanent chairman, while the other official capacities were filled by the officers of the
temporary organization.
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escorted to the chair by Robert Goodrich, and Kilis Kolodny, named by
the retiring chairman. In a brief but
fervent speech, Blum made clear the
purpose of the Democratic organization, and the issues for which it
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;-'•-'' All of the candidates are leaders in extra-curricular m.\el- written on the New South should come from the
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of l-'uglaud by I hike William for whom the first ShelThe decision of the men's athletic council to refuse li.in fought. The varying fortunes of the family are
permission to the sophomores to put the freshmen' followed from Knglami t the Bahamas, and from there
through their pace- for the entertainment of basket-1 to South Carolina. The perils of the settlers prior to
hall fans at names is one which will meet with the ap- j ihe kevolutii.il, their part in the struggle for independ[in val (if the majority of the students.
ence, their contributions to the W a r of 1812 and to that
In past years, both students and outside people in- of S e e - . i o n , are all told in terms of individual exterested in the games were forced to watch the antics
ilic true spirit of the South in the days before the
of a group of embarrassed freshmen whose embarrassivil W a r is caught with line expression in fhe chapters
ment was equalled only by that of the students wh .
devoted to that period of the family history.
directed their efforts.
announced the tei When the manager nf basketball
nsion last Saturday night, some adverse crif'cisin was
heard. It was said' that a tradition was being i iolated.
This assertion is obviously false, since a careful perusal!
of the freshman handbook has failed to reveal any trace
of such a tradition. Neither is the measure violating!
a soph:.n.ore rule. It has just put the finishing blow |
to a foolish custom.
Many members of both freshman and sophomore
classes have expressed their satisfaction
with tin
Change. Members of the faculty have also made favor- j
able comment on it.
The charge has been made that the aeti. n placed
the sophomores desiring to enforce what they felt al
tradition in a rather embarrassing position. This can
be substantiated, since it would l o n e h e n advisable!
to inform them of the action prior to the came.
THEY NEK I) EMILY POST
"Reduce the student tax 1" was his
exclamation. "More freedom for the
men; Allow smoking and dancing in
the Lounge!" orated the new presiding officer. "We want major credit
in Government with easier marking
on tests," said Blum. "Above all,"
he added, "we will eliminate the stag
line in the gymnasium at noon time,
and last but just as least, we will
diiscover a new cure for that ancient
ailing, dandruff,"
After the flamboyance of this speech the hall echoed
and reechoed with the shouts and
noisy demonstrations of the halfcrazy delegates.
The speaker was
acclaimed with prolonged applause
and the air was made unhealthy by
Hying blackboard erasers, hats and
Government notebooks.
knows, my friends, he knows ln.w
to handle a gun. My candidate has
broken every law that a Republican
legislature hits set down. He understands fully well the significance of
prohibition, and lie is thoroughly
against it. A man of sterling qualities, let me introduce to yon, the
Reverend Bernard Simon of ( liicago."
The Honorable Mary Reisner of
New Jersey, followed with a nomination speech for Fay Blum, while
Duane Baker of the Canal / ne
named the Honorable Lloyd Ward
Jones, Mayor of Ypsilante for the
presidential candidate. William Collins followed with another llatnboyant oration in which he placed for
nomination Kerbel of New York.
The convention adjourned al 3:15
o'clock to reconvene on the following Wednesday at 2:25 o'clock.
SPORT SHOTS
BY
A I . SCHOOK
Ben I n g r a b a m ' s brand of pbtying
in last week's game .stamps him ,,one of the best claimants for lius
season's scoring lionois.
l i e has
improved quite a bit over the form
he displayed last year and is mm h
m o r e aggressive.
R o g e r Bancroft proved to be the
The convention came to order, only
after the sergeant-at-arms and his spark plug in the P u r p l e and Gold's
deputies were able to still the balcony m a c h i n e in t h e Maxwell contest.
mob by threats of ejection, and the H i s fast all around play and accurpresiding officer proceeded with the a t e shooting show he is a very
business in regular order as set down valuable m a n to have.
F o r the first time in ninny maby the Committee on Rules and Order
of Business. The roll call of the sons the cheering efforts ol tin- und
e
r g r a d u a t e s were o t g a n i / e d and
states was called, and upon this calling the delegates wdiose name was capably directed under the guidance
of F r a n c e s Peel, and I 'avion
called was required to nominate a
T h e y certainly spurred
person for the presidential nominee. Stewart.
Kilis Kolodny, of Colorado, by suc- the team on to greater endeavor, if
that was possible.
B o t h Clark and D e L a u r a failed
to perform up to their customary
standard, and, as a result, the offense of S t a t e did not function as
well as it should have in the early
part of the g a m e .
T h e freshmen five, when put into
the encounter, showed that tin ir
basketball ability was not a in;, lb,
managing to cut down the , . o i y
I'.dwin lljoiknian, a literary critic, says of the book:
I of their opponent-, c o n - i d i i ablv before the end of the half
"I firmly believe that the i k and its author will
All of the yearlings exhibited a .•••al
real- a -tip The 'Tides: of Malvern' represents fully
—
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lighting spirit that means inui !. in
It would be a very small hit of the beat of a close contest.
The book has ainaturilv, finish, and artistic pose that
•nakes its reading a plea-tire that is interesting and in- riticism indeed if we were to look!
Benny Becker, w h o has handled
• tructive.
for Haws in Miss Friedman's pro- j m a n y previous g a m e s at the College
will referee t o n i g h t ' s contest, and lie
lucti n.
It was particularly well I
can be depended upon to call the
lone.
All of her characters were plays in an impartial manner.
llendidly portrayed, and we praise
T h e boys have devil .pcd a very
game
• ot only the actors hut a director fast and accurate p a s o n g
which
completely b a filed the de•.ho evidently knew just how to
BY RAY COLLINS
ork with her cast. It is iinfortiui-1 fensive play ol the P.roolyn quinle thai Ihe ca-t was not complete,! tet, who were unable to prevent
"While we are picking an Aid - A M F R K ' A N football; ut the pan of the sentimental police frequent scoring.
•am, why u< t puk an Al.l.-STA'I V sorority," says ifficer was carried off with a great
A little confusion resulted in the
'larlic In- Lett, p:...n:n nl y.ung s,.pl ,. imre. For the i Tal . f poise by the substitute. If second half when it was d i s c o v e n d
.tst week t bailie and his c- mtnit'et have been woik-l he apparent pleasure of her audience j that t w o Maxwell players were
g v . i \ diligently mi this most interesting project, and j - I " hi taki u as a token, it is cei - J wearing a N o . 3 on their jerseys.
;
- expected thai the ide itilie.ilimi of these fortunate' 'in that tins is th eniost successful A s Ripley m i g h t remark, believe it
ills ,ull he ....chill, an iMitnced. The final delav so far piesented. We are sol ry. I or not, there were three T s on the
Uioi.s should he f.orlv acctuate and contain strictly u
basketball court at the same t u r n .
n-parli-an attitude.
In regard to the second p'av T i n s I harIT, as voti piobabh know, i- highly qua!.lie I foi
TO CONDUCT TEA
'a) night, if the tone ,,f the whole I
is intricate la-!.- and he p n d o d telly 1 is acquired his
lay had been .qua! to ils last few j M; ; ii I) .wins, '31, will b, . . i l .'cut from "coh-lat l parti, ip.nion" »!• h is - . vitally j
mimes, a high rating would indeed e a l cl.airm
oi ilie : a e n n .-y
••••-,, (ry in the hn,d analv - is. He . -,. ha- an ex- J
" indi all I
I"nfi rtunatelv, such Hi la / , la
.rit) I
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been a
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I In- honors, in
ins. h.r i.,r . il- <n the W • 'p at
gb S. I I an ! •niraI. ; ii to j .hi, liioo.uior for lb, j
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In.n of a •- nl -co ! , epl OP, ' aio,. i; K .lev, .'I ; u I • b
... , IN t ',' :b ,| ., ii 1,
-l'. ' ( '
IP char'; ter'i/ation w'.'p. j met,Is, \ id, Prey, '.il
T i l • i o,in.i M. e re: ni I , lb it m a n y l l l i n ;s art I i I • '
'• i ••, with , x.iMtnci in impbeadec
n I . e,,ii . d e i a l . o : 1 en. e a 'candidate d , s
Five people marred what was o t h e r w i s e a perfectly,
appreciative audience at the advanced dramatics class i
plays Tuesday night. This group insisted upon t o e ing coins to the stage timing t i e performance, unit. It J
to the annoy u c e ol the p'aycrs and the audience.
In the past, pennies have been t h r o w n at comedies
and vaudeville sket lies, but T u e s d a y ' s performance
hardly called tor stud: a rcspoi so.
Al! of these annoying young men r re n o : ibers of
the student body. Perhaps it c o u l d • l he t .-. mm ii
to say that they are not repi i sent , ' , . c . • me men
of the College.
|
li the l i e n who con- litnt-d the •-•nice of anno;,
ance can detern me i o better ,\,.v ; • ••so,. .-. tin ir
approval and ai | re, ; ion o ' the > la-s .train it.
•• a-.''. In e ... ,h-,.i.,\ .• .epti,,nal ability al ng v , v j
offerings, they Would do well to -ay at home
I'itey : ait cm . hi e
\\ . | . „ . t thai tiny wd! he gcncime ,
might eceu save tin p. nnies ihr, wi. ; v.av -o r e m - !
les.sly and buy a copy o. a go. d b ml. on eti piette I. r |
thorough study.
1
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It •<; in- lb' I la.
•vei this . .hi mi for . •,. u
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'1 he least that an bi e x p - r t - I of college .ttldenl j
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is io k e p awake m the cl., . r l M ,m
lint in in s. i
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Co;ir»eS at halliard the best t h u g that a s i n p '• |
car do is to go to sleep, 'I lies.; d a s - - , m Kest and i
l< •'a-.jiion ha..- been planned to combat . h ... I
(i m.,i and |. f ,r,. tad t.i ill utritmn .ml K ndred ail- j )() Y' )! ' \< MOW 'I'D A ' :
in IIts b'- to m r .on . and phvs . ,i o.'i.m t'on.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1930
STUDENTS
DELEGATES OBTAIN ENGLISH
TO OBSERVE HIGH
SCHOOL CLASSES
IDEAS FORDRAMA
Short News Notes
FIVE MEN ATTEND
Y.M.C.A. MEETING
JUNIORS PAY DUES
MOST PROMPTLY,
CHECK-UP SHOWS
The State College Lion will he
Eighty juniors who are majors or
The junior class heads the list of
distributed next Thursday, , It will
Dean of Men's College Addresses
is only college at H o o d minors in English will observe classes satirize education, Alfred D. Basch. those having paid their class dues,
State Conference on Religion
in Albany High school next week, '31, editor-in-chief announced. The while the seniors are last.
Each
convention to present
and American College
according to Miss (Catherine E. issue will he made up iti good part class has dues of three dollars, inoutside artists
Wheeling, supervisor in English in from the contributions of non-staff vestigation shows.
Five
State college men represented
members, he said,
State college was tone of twenty- Milne High school,
One hundred forty-eight juniors the College at a recent New York
have
paid
$444
in
class
dues,
accordstate
student
conference at Rochesseven colleges and universities in
Those who will observe English
Welcomes member
ter. The men are as follows: George
eastern United States represented at II classes on Monday are: Dorothy
Sigma Alpha sorority welcomes ing to Andrew llritz, treasurer. One
the sectional conference of the inter- Allen, Alice Splain, Dorothy Bur- Miss Madeline F, Gilmour, assistant hundred thirty-nine freshmen have E. Graff, '30, president of the State
college student Y. M. C. A., Ear!
collegiate Dramatic association, con- leigh, Anne Xcsbitl, Audrey Sulli- professor of library science, into hon- paid $-117, Phillip Ricardi, treasurer, Bloomingdale, '32, John Grosvenor.
said ; one hundred thirty-eight sophoMarguerite
Xorthrup,
Sara orary membership.
ducted at Hood college, Frederick, van,
mores have contributed $-114 to the and . George Will, sophomores, and
Hill, Florence Friedman, Elizabeth
Edward Sell Worm, '3d. AccompanyMaryland, last Friday and Saturday, Humphrey, Dltanc Maker, Catherine
class treasury, Bruce Filby, treasurer,
Visit sorority
ing the State college delegation were
"December 5 and 6.
Sally Shapiro, Bertha Pitkin, and announced; and fifty seniors have several men from the central Y. l\f.
Traver, Dorothy Muse, Anna HoldDelegates from Slate college were man, Roberta Everitt, Mildred Smith, (icrtrude Hoffman, 'J°, and Frieda paid $150 in class dues, Anne Saver- C. A. in Albany, including Ivan B.
Schad, Rose Handler, Bertha Nathan, cool, treasurer, said.
Baer. educational secretary, Keith
Ruth P. Hughes, '31, president of F.lva N'cal in, Alice Koicewi.v, Hazel
English, and Marion Strevell. Ken- and Betty Katz, '30, were recent
Allan, and C B. Hayes.
the dramatic and art associati in, and
neth Miller, (ieorge Rice, Asenath visitors at the Pi Alpha Tau sorority
The conference lasted over a
Isabel I'eard, '32, secretary. Regis- Van llurcu, Ellen Diuucen, Isabel house.
period of three days. Last Friday
tration was completed Friday morn- Peard,
Marion
Ahrams,
Roberta
the delegates reported to the Seneca
Club to meet Thursday
ing; in the afternoon general discus- Warshaw, Louise Ray, Elinor Mulhotel where the convention made its
Mathematics club will meet T h u r s sion groups were conducted. It was len, Marion l.arbey, Jane Mac- day night at 7:30 o'clock in the
Canterbury club will conduct its headquarters. Friday night saw the
l.aughin,
l.velyn
Pitts,
I'dizabeth
annual Christmas party at the Trim opening session of the conference,
brought out that college dramatic
Jackson, Mary Kant, and Lucille Lounge of Richardson hall, accord- iity Institute Thursday
On Saturday, the morning sessions
afternoon
activities here arc more closely suing to Dorothy I. Abrams, '31, presiDunnigan will observe English 111
from four to seven o'clock, accord- started at 9:00 o'clock. After these
pervised by the faculty than in most classes on Monday. Those who will dent. The program committee for ing to Beatrice llertwig, '31, presi- conference groups the entire conthe meeting will be planned by Flora
other college.
observe English IV classes Monda> M. Welden and Mary I. Widgcr, dent. Marion l.arbey, 32, is general vention was photographed. The evechairman of the party. "It is ex- ning program included an evening
State is the only college whose are: Evelyn Steinberg, Leah Dorgan, seniors, she announced.
pected that we will entertain about session following a dinner. During
dramatic council sponsors the ap- Katherine Scott, and Rose Kronman.
forty children from the neighbor! .1 the evening program spcechs were
pearance of outside artists at the
To conduct sale
heard by the delegates. Dean WilHome economics club will conduct around the Institute," she said.
Helen Chartres, Hilda Lauhenstein.
school, Miss Hughes said.
Friday
T h e committees that have been ap- liam h. Weld, of the men's college
lirace P.urke, I Lien h'rederick, Lil- a marmalade sale next Tuesday and
at
Ro. bestir, addressed the convennftern
i Ivlith
Parsons of the
pointed for the parts- a r e : entertainlian Weinberg. Katherine Belknap Wednesday, according to Vida ' h'rey. ment, Betty Rose.' '31, chairman, tion with a speech entitled: "Religion
speech department of Syracuse uni- Ruth llartin, Virginia Slocmn, S>l '31, president.
Helen Winter, '31, and Doiotin and The American College."
versity cave a Its-fare on Pageantry. \ I.I Kline, S> hua Sims, Mai i TIC
The final day of the conference
Klose and Miriam Wood, fi .•• Iniicn ;
Club to distribute pins
lane Shului.in,
Helen
H u r l c Kami Kennedy, who eon Longiuiiir,
refreshments, Honor Mulfnr.l, 'JJ, included a morning session and a
Chi
Sigma
Thcta
sorority
recently
Rob.!,
M
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n
Perkins,
Roberta
lones,
duels the li.uuelt School, lectured
chairman, Flora Wurstlin, 'JJ, am' 'limit r for all the deb'.'ales.
Klizaliclli MeLoiighin, Lena Martin, conducted a bridge tea at the soror'31
Couimitt.es
charge ,, ther, Grannis,
Committees in
m cnaige
.Merselis
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and Frances (iavuor will observe uv house
WELCOMES MEMBER
Dorothy
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ll r
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scenes f
, Shakespearian drama h'.nglish
II classes on
Tuesday w'ere: general chain,,;,,,, Catherine | ' " " - . * . >* ?! •*-. , , , „ , , , . „ ,
\lpha chapter of Phi Delta sorBroderick.
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imitations.
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This was coiisideied one of the • ut- Those win. w i | | observe h'.nglish 111
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welcomes Virginia Hawkins,
Dorgan, '32; refreshments, Katherine
'.;"• M-uy. Alexander
and SalL At
standing programs ,.n the convention .lasses Tliesdax a r c . Nik's ll.mlit. Lone '3.C 'anangemems,' Margaix. | ^
>»»><"*• : " " ' J " " - "™>». ^
"J-', into full membership.
Ann
Lallan.
Louise
Elmer,
llcrminie
schedule, according to Miss Hughes.
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Mulligan, '31, and Alice Giblin, ' 3 - ' ;
Williams, Maiie Green, (iactaiia herlean-up, Mary Acmes Rcilly, '33.
A verv eon.pr. hen-i\e talk on (heck
Inula, Audrev blowers, Ruth Breeze
Sorority
conducts
bridge
tea
,|,ama was given by Mr, Kenedy's 1 leanor (iage Edith Cincehox, Helen
Biology club will distribute its pins
wilt-. I-Mitb Wynu Mattluson.
Silver, Bessie l.evine. Clarice Sim- arlv next week, according to Thermons, and Winifred Lansing. Sam- sa Maurice, '31, president of the
less, of the dramatics department at uel Dransky, Ruilolph Coons, Doro- luh. The design, which was made
H o m e S a v i n g s Bank Bldg
Strand
Yale, gave an clTecliie lecture on thv Men .lis, Howard Mann, Anna iy Agues Glenn, '31. is to be the perU N . Pearl St.
IU N . 1'earlSt.
McCrane, and Helen Mead I'uesday.
will ob- mane,it insignia "f the club.
staee' lighting.
Demonstrations of
3-3li32
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various bgbta g ell. is made his
lecture very practical
,e delegates!
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Live hundred dollars in the form | Societ
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the students ol L
I. Nex Intel'-. o|legiale Prohibition associa- • essay,
year's conference will take place U ii.iu as the first prize to the winmr
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Offers $500 Prize For College Essay
COLLEGE SHOE SHOP
Dean Pierce Addresses
1931 At Second Dinner
One hundred fifty seniors attended I
the second of a scries ,d senior .Miners in the colhge cafeteria la-t
night. The purpose of these dinners j
is' to conduct class business at atime Mine all seniors can he present,
as well as being a social gathering.
|),an Anna I'.. Pierce a d d i o s e d the
seniors on the progress ol the new
that lovai alumni support will go far
toward' the forwarding of this proe.Mrs. Bertha Brimmer, s e r e
rcSs.
tai \ of the alumni association, al-<> ,
spoke to the seniors on the sank
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N'ewcomh,
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Ale.c
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FRESHMAN TEAM
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SOCIETY MONDAY
Entin Ftetlty T0 Atttnd
f«c h lonif c OR hnurary 7
The entire faculty will act as
hosts and hostesses a t a homecoming tea t o be conducted in
the L o u n g e of Richardson hall,
J a n u a r y 7, according to Anna-j
belle MeConnell, '31, c h a i r m a n
of t h e L o u n g e committee. T h i s
will be the last faculty-student
tea this semester. T h e p r o g r a m
will includ c o m m u n i t y singing.
"Food Facts for Every D a y "
by Florence E . Winchcll, former
instructor in home economics at
State college, will be presented
by the S t a t e college co-operative
store. A person cannot win b u t
one book during the year, Miss
Fay, m a n a g e r of the Co-op, a n nounced.
T h e teas will probably be continued next semester, Miss M c - j
Council said.
j
The State college freshman debate
team of which Renwick Arnott, '34,
is captain, will debate the Philodoxia
literary society of Albany High
school, Monday night at 8:30 o'clock
in the auditorium of Albany High
school, on the subject: "Resolved:
T h a t the United Slates should cease
to use armed force for the protection
of the investments of its nationals
in foreign countries."
T h e State college team will uphold
the negative side. Other members
of the State college team a r e : Grcufell Rand, first speaker; Frances
Higgins, second speaker; and Edward Dcevcy, third speaker.
The time of the speeches will be
seven minutes for the lirst two
speeches; ten minutes for the third
speech, and seven minutes for the
tebuttal speech. Arnott will deliver
(Continued from page 1, column 2)
forward positions, and Osmer Brooks
the rebuttal for State college.
Lester T. Hubbard, the United and Raymond Harris playing guard.
This proved to be a strategic move,
States commissioner, will preside at the new line-up overcoming their
the debate. It will be a non-decision handicap to tie the score after a few
minutes of play on two field baskets
debate.
tallied by Saunders and a foul by
Garrett.
The lead sec-sawed back and forth
with Maxwell maintaining a lead of
two points at the end of the first
half, 14-12, due to excellent shootCanterbury club conducted an ad- ing by Shapiro and Brodie.
mission service for its new memThe varsity was put back in the
bers Tuesday night at 7.30 o'clock third quarter, and after playing awhile
in St. Andrew's church.
Approxi- with neither team scoring, State
mately twenty new members were went to the fore on a foul shot by
admitted, according to Beatrice Hert- Ott and a field basket by Ingraham.
wig, '31, president.
Shapiro made a long field, however,
The service was followed by a giving the visitors the lead once
social hour in the rectory. T h e club again. De Laura was taken out and
was entertained by Mrs. Findlay. Bancroft replaced him.
who showed many of the things she
The wisdom of this substitution
brought back from Europe this past was evidenced when the latter scored
summer.
a foul and a field basket to recapture the lead for State This started
a scoring orgy for the the Purple and
Gold, Ott making two successful
foul shots and one field. Clark
Lyons, and O t t each added a field
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority is con- basket while their opponents vainly
ducting a sale of Christmas seals in tried to tighten up their defense.
The final quarter was a repetition
the rotunda of Draper hall. T h e
sale will continue until college closes of the previous one, Maxwell attempting to hold down State but
for the holiday recess.
It has been the custom for the sor- failing. Lyon resumed the attack on
ority to sell seals for several years, a long fast dribble the length of the
under the auspices of the Red Cross court and scored on a one handed
Society of Albany. T h e chairman in shot.
' f u n of Maxwell's best men had
charge of the sale is Lena Martin,
been removed from the game on
'31.
personals and a third followed shortly |
after.
Ingraham then made t w o '
TO HAVE CEREMONIAL
Voung Women's Christian associa- field baskets in a row, winning high
scoring
honors
for the evening with
tion will conduct a Christinas ccremonial Sunday night in the Lounge ten points. The freshman team was
put back in the last part of the game
of Richardson hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Miss Catherine Peltz, instructor in and held their opponents safely. The
contest ending with State chalking
English, will be the speaker.
QUINTET TO PLAY
NEW JERSEY FIVE
TONIGHT AT 8:15
Club Admits Twenty
New Members Tuesday
Sorority Sells Seals
For Local Red Cross
Refreshments will he served under
the direction of Helen Burgher, '32.
Normanskill Farm Dairy
up a 3 9 - 2 0
lm
Miss Hunt To Direct
CLUB TO CONDUCT
STATE WITNESSES
Presentation Tuesday CHRISTMAS PARTY
MANY INNOVATIONS,
play under the direcWEDNESDAY NIGHT
HISTORY REVEALS tionA ofChristmas
Edith Hunt, '31, will be pre(Continued
from page 1, column 4)
basement of the buildings, then
known as the State Normal school.
The school was then situated on
Willctt street at the present site of
an apartment house. "Charles and
his son discovered that the fire had
broken out in the rooms of the
model school departments. The fire
then spread to the floors above where
there was a chemical laboratory. An
explosion ensued which spelled disaster to the buildings.
T h e conflagration spread to the auditorium
and in fifteen minutes demolished a
$5,000 window which was presented
to the school by the college alumni
association a few years before. By
the time the fire department of the
city came to the rescue, it found the
blazing buildings doomed to total
destruction."
Six months later another fire broke
nut in the basement where rubbish
and the like were accumulated together with several cords of wood
and three hundred tons of coal. It
was not long after this incident that
the orphanage was purchased by the
legislature and the present buildings
of llawley hall, Draper hall and
Htisted hall were erected on the site.
Since then a new group of buildings
was completed in 1928.
State college has grown three-fold
in the number of students since its
foundation until the requirements
have taken on restrictions that make
it necessary to limit the number of
students entering the College.
Dr. Frederick Revises
Education 115 Course
TO CONDUCT PARTY
The faculty of State college will
conduct its annual Christmas part) 1
in the Lounge of Richardson hall
Tuesday night, December 16, at 8:00
o'clock.
Miss Caroline Lester, instructor in mathematics, is the general chairman. There will be dancing, and auction and contract bridge,
Miss Lester announced.
(Continued from (•aye 1, column 5)
will be added next semester.
Dr. Frederick said that he wished
to urge practice teachers to take this
course.
It will aid in securing a
position, he added.
Professor John M. Sayles, principal of .Milne High school, said that
superintendents a r e demanding that
teachers have training in the methods
of conducting extra-curricular activities.
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CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Bottled
Newman hall will have its annual
Christmas party Wednesday night,
according to Rose D'Eufemia, '31,
house president. Hilda Bradley, '34,
is director of tile entertainment which
will be offered by the freshmen. T h e
following committees have been appointed: gifts, Elizabeth Corr, '31,
chairman, Rose Baxter, '32, and
Eleanor
Leary,
' 3 3 ; decorations,
Josephine
lodicc,
'32, chairman,
Helen Gilligan, '32, and Martha
Sheehan, '33.
sented by the advanced dramatics
class next Tuesday night in the Page
hall auditorium at 8:00 o'clock.
The cast for the play includes: the
farmer, William Nelson, '34, his
wife, Jean Gillespy, '31, her uncle,
Ormond Guyer, '33, and the tramp,
Horace Myers, '31.
Florence Friedman, '32, will have
charge of sets. T h e other committees a r e : costumes, Carol Kelley, '31,
advertising, Wilhelmina
Schneider
'31, props, Betty Jackson, '32, makeup, Isabel Peard, '32, lights, Annaiel MeConnell, '31, and clean-up
Anna Goldman, '32.
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