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Vol.. XV. No. 13
WOMEN COLLECT j Former Spanish Instructor LAW SCHOOL WINS
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'Women And Arbitration Are Uncertain;"
Freshmen Defend Force In Debate
" T h e r e are three uncertainties in Jr., third speaker; Rcnwick C. Arlife: a woman, a liorse race, and a r - nott, refutation speaker and captain.
bitration," said Frances K. lliggins, These students debated a team conCarnevalc,
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second speaker of the freshman de- sisting of J o h n
George
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Jack
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interscliolastic debate with the I'hilo- speaker;
captain,
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doxia Literary society of the Albany speaker,
speaker, all Philodoxians.
High school Monday night.
All four members of t h e freshMiss lliggins was characterizing
the difficulties of the plan of arbi- man team upheld the feeling that
tration put forth by the affirmative diplomatic negotiation fails in exemergencies,
necessitating
advocates of the question I Resolved: t r e m e
That the United States should cease armed intervention, although they exto use armed forces to protect the in- pressed themselves as wishing to use
vestments of its nationals in foreign arbitration when it was possible.
countries. The freshmen upheld the
The Philodoxians, upholding the
negative of the question.
affirmative, were equally strenuous in
Mr. Lester T, Hubbard, United their statements that armed intervenStates commissioner, was chairman tion was never necessary and undesirof the debate. There was no decision able because it is unfair and detrimental to all parties concerned and
given.
T h e other members of the fresh- because it violates the principles of
the
United States government ami inman team w e r e : Greiifell X, Rand,
first speaker; Edward S. Deevcy, ternational law.
The story of the conquest of the South Polar regions
by Admiral LSyrd and his intrepid crew is the subject
of this long-awaited narrative. Jt is the story of an
achievement made by combining the strength and determination of explorers and scientists with modern
equipment. T h e dogs and sledges used by Amundsen
were combined with the aeroplane and radio in this
latest expedition to the South Pole, which was the most
fruitful of all.
All of the difficulties encountered by the commander
'32, and Alvina R. Lewis, '33, JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: and his colleagues are narrated. T h e selection of equipFrances Keller, lleasie Levine, and Ruth Llrcr.ee. RBPDRTBHS: ment alone was a task upon which the success or failVera Hums, '32, Bernard Kerbel, Clara Allan, Abble IJIneeil,
Carolyn Kramers, Harriet Dunn, Elizabeth Gordon, Alice ure of the trip would rest. Plans might be carefully
Klomp, Katharine Moore, Margaret Service, Hilda Smith, Lama laid, but unless they were placed in the bands of skillStyu, Edith Tepper, and Helen Wnltermlre, sophomores. ful and courageous men properly supplied to light the
BUSINESS STACK: Hetty Kautter, '31, Curtis Rtilenber, '32,
Lloyd W. Jones, Jean Watkius, Mary Uoherty, and Isabel dangers of the Antarctic, the achievement would be a
Peats, sophomores. ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS: Frances failure. Then these materials had to be shipped as far
Mazar and Helen Rohel, juniors.
south as possible to the starting point of the expedition.
Puhlishcd every Friday in the college year by the Editorial Having transported these supplies to the fringe of the
Board representing the Student Association. Subscriptions, $2.2': Antarctic, a landing had to be made and a base of stipper year, single copies, ten cents. Delivered anywhere in tilt ily established. Radio communication had to he main
United States. Entered as second class matter at postoOice I allied with the outer world while the men fought the
Albany, N. Y.
elements to reach their goal. Then the results of their
The NEWS dors not necessarily endorse sentiments expressed investigations had to be tabulated and prepared in order
ill contributions. No communications will he printed unless the
writers' names are left with the Editor-in-Chief of the NEWS. to derive practical value.
B r A i SCHOOR
Anonymity will be preserved if so desired. The NEWS does not
The crowning triumphs, achieved after more than a
T h e boys p u t up a very excellent
guarantee to print any or all communications.
year on a continent still in its ice age, were reached fight t h r o u g h o u t the J o h n Marshall
PRINTED BY MILLS ART PRESS, 31)4-396 Broadway—Dial 4-2287 upon the return of the party. Lavish praise was be- g a m e last week but could not
stowed upon Admiral liyrd and his crew and throughAlbany, X. V.
December 19, [930 Vol. XV. So. 13 out the book Byrd indicated the comradeship and o v e r c o m e t h e early a d v a n t a g e secured by their o p p o n e n t s . However,
loyalty of his men.
the issue w a s in doubt until the
Every
college
student
should
possess
a
copy
of
the
final whistle.
SUGGESTIONS TO DELEGATE
outstanding story of the year on exploration. It will
T h e alert defensive w o r k of the
Lack of time in student assembly tin's morning will amply repay the purchaser to have a copy when the
N e w J e r s e y p l a y e r s w a s o n e of t h e
make impossible the acceptance of suggestions from the details of the feat have been forgotten.
factors t h a t helped c o n t r i b u t e to
student body regarding the round table sessions its
their victory.
T h e y m a n a g e d to
delegate ought to attend. Last year several topics were "r/'vr. (lis Life and Character.
By John Drinkwater. break u p t h e passing g a m e of State
offered by the student council and opportunity was al'350 page s. Donbleday Doran & Co. New York. ?3. again a n d again.
lowed for the association to make its choice of two
F r a n k O t t , wdio acted as captain,
of them.
Students of F.nglish literature studied that the most
The N'EWS feels that suggestions regarding the groups anions biography of all time written in the Fnglish played a good all-around game, instilling
plenty of fight in his teamthe delegate ought to attend will not be out of order. tiiguage was the diary of Samuel Pepys.
Although m a t e s by setting a fine example. H e
The suggestions which this newspaper makes are not
inch was known about the diary, comparatively little m a d e a few startling plays that rebased upon student opinion alone, since the opinions of
as known about us writer. This lack was remedied sulted in several rallies and for a
members of the faculty have been obtained. They are
tiring the month with the publication of his life,
tune it seemed as if State was to
given after careful consideration of all of the problems
'fhe sevent) years of Pepys life were among the most
which now present themselves. T h e delegate will do vent fill in the history ol Kngland. He was a votlth e m e r g e victorious.
T h e visiting t e a m certainly subwell to heed them for that reason.
if 10 w n Charles I went to the block at the command jected t h e P u r p l e and Gold quintet
Naturally the student association is interested, in if the
• 'inwclliaiij. He saw the struggle, under i'e- to real opposition, which, while ulproblems connected with student government, and tin rembli.-ai :<i\ernint nt and the return to mi iiiai chy l>\ the timately p r o v i n g too s t r o n g for
fore, the delegate sh uld obtain a report on this matter
d 1688.
•bio .dlt
.ninth.
State, .still showed . t h a t . C o a c h !
as discussed by the assembled dchgates.
The honor
ded
B a k e r ' s c h a r g e s o u g h t to give a
lie jour ll of I'
system is also a much discussed theory in intercollegiati
good
a c c o u n t of themselves in fumien
circles and should merit attention on the pait of Unture games.
delegate,
Finally, should opportunity olfer, informaO n e of the most serious faults
tion on the scheduling of intercollegiate debates should j
which the \arsily exhibited last
be obtained. This College is creating a reputation fori
week, was their failure' to cut in
itself in intercollegiate and international debating cir-1
d the bonk: tor pas-.es ;is the) always are accles and should colled information which mDht aid in!
customed in do, resulting in a loss
furthering that reputation.
Since debate-, with Camif their scoring capacity.
bridge and Oxford are possible in the next few yeais,:
H u e to the fact that the John
this information would have practical value.
astb
M a r s h a l l team was delayed for
The student association is investing about one him- I niphy and as hi-tory,
a b o u t a n hour in arriving in Aldred and hl'ty dollars m this convention and light fully I
bany, dancing took place before .";
expects a fair return on the investment. Xaturally the
well a s after the contest, much to
delegate w i n attends will n a p most of the benefits, but
the delight of the waiting spec! ithat delegate should not forget that he or she is rep-1
resenting the student association and thai the primary'
listed
purpose of the trip is to obtain information which]
basketball
might aid in the solution of College pruble
If ih.
BY RAY
delegate bears this in mind and carefully cons
above topics for report, the student assoeiat
lllovvill
le A n
well expect to receive in advice and inform;
m.ibin;.
unittee
value of the money it will spend in -.ending i
ight. I;
ll
sentative to Atlanta.
ah!.
Ih
it Ihb
THE FACULTY'S I'M KSKXT
SPOrtl SHOTS
DR. A. W. RISLEY
IS GUEST SPEAKER
AT ALUMNI DINNER
Dr. Adna W . Risley, head of the
history department, was the principal guest and speaker at the first
alumni dinner of the alumni of Cornell university and Dartmouth college to be conducted in the Albany
district which was conducted in Rensselaer recently.
There were seventy-five
alumni
present from both colleges. Dr. Risley has become acquainted with many
of these alumni from his activities in
officiating at the football games of
these schools.
THE STATESMAN
"If I c
ly li e until Christmas'
the lips i
11 of the students
to the Christina:
for this unusual
the I'actiltv h
presented quizzi
week, prosit nab!
d tii
their charges.
11
n it
del t siaudpi III) for the i,
examinationt t i n , li.ne.
seem to be i
or hi- ol II
In,tea I
ant cipating
Yule-tide j .
d t
cram history
. tin
extent of tlr
ill.Is.
all other thought- from thei
The studei ts naturally wish the entire f;
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, I tit they
wish that their instructors had been less libc ;d with
their attentions along certain lines.
NEED FINALLY ANSWERED
I II It.
F r a n k O n suffered an injured
shoulder a s a result of the J o h n
I Marshall game.
The injury was
j not noticed during the contest, but
an X-ray taken the next day r3vealed several twisted muscles in
his shoulder.
However he will be
in shape for the C. C. N . Y. claim.
Mad. li
Wa i-r I'.m
Summary:
l\ a 1 In . . .
K ippa Delta
1' -.1 ( , ; inula
.1 Kerbel,
i" I ol.ins.
ell I n.Hum and II
..
'I
Delta
Omega
Kappa Phi. .. 1
i.i Phi Sigma. . . . 1
The city administration has finally installed a safety
The coach uigc the players
undergo no serious
zone at the junctions of Western avenue, Rubin street,
State street, and the roads leading to and from the VV irko ut, du g the vacation in nler that they ma)
park.
In an editorial last year this paper advocated >c in lit condition for the w iutet
The fact that w rk on the new residence hall will
the establishment of such a zone, Delay on the part
of the city in lilling this need resulted in the needless soon he nil.lei" way- is certainly gratifying not only to
he
promoters of tl
project hut also to the interested
loss of life.
I luv> ever, it is surprising to learn that the
The operation of the zone has seemingly fulfilled its 111 it mi j
,aluahle
building is being resented
Ctloll
mil a
purpose in directing and dividing the large amount of
traffic which passes at these junctions. It is a danger- md stienuously op .snl by various groups of men,
lariicitlarly
the
"I.;
v school" students. It seelns that
ous crossing, one which could not well be c u e d fur by
the installation of a traffic light. T h e present method he boys have been ble to adequately care for the K irls
seems to be as adequate as can be arranged. It remains n the past and are -nil.lent thai the) will be able to
future. As you know, the
for the student body |o exercise care and judgment in uaiutaiii their p.,lie\ in tl
.datiiuis or group
using the crossing. T h e danger has been reduced, but awyera hav e u . dormitoi
houses; consequently they find it
try and a h
it has not been entirely eliminated.
oilvenieiit to abide in apartments
scatter*
throughout the city.
HAVE YOU OLD CLOTHES?
W o r d i n g to Mis I
III
nt housing conWhile the .students are packing their trunks prepara- liliotis for the > am
lis I,
pn ved inadequate,
tory to going home for the Christmas vacation, they • peerilly because of the lack ol enteitainnieiil
quarters.
might well look around for cast off clothing to aid Mis. Hummer add-, that certain "landladies" object to
the Young Women's Christian association in its effort ''aw- ihei
i it,in- destroyed |,v careless couples, and
to obtain clothing for medy people. Contributions of is a l'. .ult the girls are denied then "pailoi service."
Btich clothing may be left in room X. Doing s i will
lean Pn ice informs us that the-, conditions will he
accomplish a double purpose; it will aid tin1 needy a i d
llicii-ul') remedied i„ | | , r new building plans which in
it will leave the clothes press free for the accumulation
hlle six cozy looms fully equipped for the various
of garments during the coming year,
activities.
Pedagogue Will Have
Drive For Payments
.11 t l
sll Ped igogue
Ih
paid
I! he li •ii II i liter the n l n r n We
We
from the Christmas holidays, Kdilh
lame-. '31. editor -ii,.. hief, ami, lllieed. Stale's stage with
Any pledges or sul. .criiptions which trumpet-,. If Ins portrayal of Ju las
Iscariot in the second pla\ was not
are paid after Jami ny IS vv
the best piece of acting we have had
.f.l.-'s instead nf $3 75, she said.
Work has already begun on the this year, Playgoer hereby resigns
mounting ,,f the phot .graphs and the acterizations our stage has rvei had.
preparation for the various engrav- In fact, it was one of the best charing plates which are being done by ( I lid you notice the pel lection of the
the jalui and ( M! HI Kngraving coin- light ng arrangement in connection
Hod's perfect
pan.', of I hi.ag.., Miss James said with this character?)
'fhe ait tlume of the Pedagogue stage presinee, his magnetic voice and
md several new features which have his feeling lor significant del,ids of
been ad.lt d will not he disclosed until stage movement all contributed to the
the book is issued on Movillg-up Day great success of his work.
I Guyer was on the stage
"itn
in May, she concluded.
ouls a few moments, but those moments weie vital
His voice carried
pei fe.lly, although he spoke with the
Calendar
mumbling inflection necessary to the
part
'I he finesse of his acting was
Today
lemarkable. We paitictdarly hke the
11:11 a in. Student ass Tllbly.
wav
he
lapped the table when he
Audiln nun, Page hall.
5:05 p.m.
College clos cs for
Hill
Nelson
(ai othei
( h r i s t i i.is vacation
another person w ho Ii
Tuesday, Jan. 6
of icspoiisc.
Tl
del.til ol ll.
K i l l a in. 1 I.ISM-S resumed.
movement in the
was particular!) die
Ik
Wednesday, Jan, 7
I I is
was belter in Mime parts than in
3:15 5:01) p i n . Student-1 acuity
others, but the small iiiej:tiludcn i ill
tea. 1 oiinj.f Richardson Kill.
be smoothed oil
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1930
1934 BASKETEERS
TO PLAY TONIGHT
Team
Will
Oppose
Cobleskill
Five In Second Contest;
First Game W o n
T h e freshman basketball team will
travel to Cobleskill tonight where
they will oppose the Cobleskill Agricultural school live in their second
contest of the year.
The players
whom coach Frank Oil, varsity player,
will take with him on the trip a r c :
Roger
Ikmcroft,
Osmer
Brooks,
Tliomas
Garrett,
(ark
Saunders
Thomas Ryan, and cither William
Nelson, Charles Dunham or Robert
Myers.
Myers will accompany the
team if he has recovered from his
injury.
In the initial contest the yearling
quintet turned back the Industrial
Ilic,h schoul team 5J-24. Brooks led
the attack of the first year men, scoring 8 field baskets, and he was closely
followed by Garrett and Saunders,
who made 7 and S field baskets respectively. The smooth passing play
of the freshmen team was a feature
of the game.
Manager George Ketcham, '34, has
arranged a schedule whicb Coach
Rutherford R. Baker terms as the
team has ever attempted to cornmost strenuous that any yearling
plete.
'file schedule includes contests with Rensselaer Polytechnic institute freshmen, Ithaca High school,
Johnson City High school, Mechanicvide High school, and two games
with both the Lansinghurgh and Troy
High school teams.
"Y" CONFERENCE
MAY BE AT STATE
COLLEGE IN 1931
F a i l R. l i l i i n i n m g d a l c , ' J l , w a s a p pointed
chainnai
l 1m I..,n as
f r o m t h e V.MII ;:
s o c i a t ' m i I " ten 1
IIIMI nun
n
the
cuiifi r e n c e
i i m lilti-c ••! MMS t a t e i rg i n i / a t i ' i i i i>l - I n d e n t V. M.
C. A . a n d V. \ . . >
V !•• n.eet in
A l b a i v in l: >• i dl ..i I ' o l . . . . . n i I ii"
t „ (,
r: e . : : . ! ' . '.II. |>o : len' • I <••'
V. M . ( . \ .
| !„• Mi.ei
in. m b e i - , , f t h e c 1111
G i e n l e l l Kan 1. '.< I
"I c u o - i d c r t h a t
s u c h a i m r . c - i n u l , if s i i c c c - l ' i d , u a d d
l i a \ e a g l e a l i.ill'i. uce in l e w t a h / nv
o u r in g a n i / a t i ' i i i , " ' i i a l l I dd m i in
|,ers o f ' t h e V. M. i . A it a l e g u ! r
mxtiiy
cndicled
S u n d a y at
CI
IcL'c Ii. use.
COMMITTEE PICKS Short News Notes BUILDING OF HALL
PAYORS FOR PROM
TO START IN 1931
Question: "Do you feel that the
value derived from noon-hour dancing in the gymnasium is sufficient
to offset any potential impairment
of scholastic progress which might
warrant the discontinuance of the
dancing?"
. . M u r i e l Scott, '34: ."Yes. I think
it break's up the monotony of class
room routine. Also lots of freshmen have learned to dance because
of this pleasant feature of our college day."
William Reagan, '33: "I'd say
this half hour of relaxation is really
needed to keep one's mind clear
for afternoon classes."
Wilhelmina Schneider, ' 3 1 : "In
my opinion, scholastic
progress
could not be impaired by a halfhour period of leisure time during
which students are at will to enjoy
a bit of mental relaxation. Such is
the function of dancing in the gymnasium at noon and I believe it's
value is inestimable."
F r a n c e s Gaynor, '32:
"People
who would study during the noonhour probably never dance anyway.
However, a walk seems to me
much more enjoyable and refreshing form of noon-hour relaxation."
R a y m o n d Collins, ' 3 1 : "It would
be absurd to entertain the idea of
abolishing dancing in the g y m n a s ium for a reason of that sort. T h e
contacts which are made there afford untold value to the individual
ami certainly offset any possibility
of scholastic retardation."
•,,,,:,lei, a n d
r,w
men
Club Issues 65 Copies
Of Paper To Members
C O L L E C T 900 T A X E S
Ah-re than "(HI student lax tickets
base been sold so far, according to
IV..lessor G. M. York, head of the
.-oni'iier c dcpai tment and chairman
VISITS SORORITY
, f | 1 K In an, e b, aid. The spurt ii
I lie | awnenl of the lax is due to the
hi irence Schuster, '22, was a re.ui'p.al of many of the scholarships, cent guest at the Alpha Fpsilon Phi
Pi l.-sor o , i k believes.
Cake
Pies
Sandwiches
Opposite
High
3 9 - 4 3 State St.
"Basket
Ball
Place
to Buy
R e l i a b l e Silku,
and Cottons
Hewitt'. Silk Shop
80-82 N. Pearl St.
Woolens
PALLADINO
Equipment"
I'.vfitoM/.i:
I
Reliable
ALBANY HARDWARE & IRON CO.
Specisd Prices on Uniforms and Full Train
:
I'
HEWETT'S
A
School
Outfits-Prompt
Service
Personality Bobs-Finger Waving - Permanent Waving
H o m e S a v i n g s Dank lihlu
II N . P e a r l St.
3-3632
t u ' " l u d > I :•!•-!, '3J, r a i l . , '»•
S:>U\:r
T u r c h i , '311. i- c a r l i i n g
ihe
Ham
At t h e e n d nl Ihe M M - II t i m e u dl
t r o i i g , Ji n:.,i
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203 Central Avenue (near Robin)
Homemade I ie unci Cuke
I ousted Sandwiches
1JNCH
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have
w i l l he m a d e
T l ,.-c u i i o will p - u t i ipat
are.;
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and
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COLLEGE CANDY SHOP
K v e r y s a n d w i c h m a d e op fresh in Individual o r d e r
Ten Students Report
For Fencing This Year
I „ft
Alpha Fpsilon Phi .sorority announces the marriages of Marion
Unit of Residence
Hall
Levitt, '18, to Dr. Mart Judson, of First
Will Provide Quarters
New York city; ami of Sophie KleinFor 200 W o m e n
berg, '25, to Alfred lscnburgh, of
Favors for junior prom have al- VVorchcster, Mass,
ready been selected according to AscThe building of the first unit of
M i u Smith Visits Sorority
nath Van Buren, chairman of the
the residence hall planned by the
favor committee. They will be kept
Marilla H. Smith, '30, was re- State college alumni association will
secret until their distribution, she cently a guest at Kappa Delta sor- be begun next spring, according to
said.
ority house. Miss Smith recently re- Mrs. Bertha E. Rrimmcr, executive
Elizabeth Jackson has been named ceived an appointment to teach Fng- secretary of the association.
This
as chairman of the music committee lish and history at the Stillwater first unit includes the general social
for the dance, Josephine Holt, gen- High school,
rooms, the kitchen and dining rooms,
eral chairman, announced yesterday.
and living quarters for about two
Present Program At Meeting
No definite arrangements have been
hundred women, she said.
Margaret II. Henry and Inez A.
made about the engagement, she
The building committee has had
stated. Other committees just an- Kelley, juniors, presented a program several meetings and has authorized
nounced by Miss Holt a r e : faculty consisting of mathematical tricks and the architects to prepare complete
and chaperones, Isabel Peard; and the solutions of difficult problems at plans for this unit. The architects
bids and programs, Samuel Dransky. the mathematics club meeting last are Fuller and Robinson of Albany.
Junior luncheon will take place in night. Dorothy I, Abrams, '31, presi- Dr. Erastus Corning is chairman of
the DeWitt Clinton hotel, according dent of the club, presided at the the committee. The secretary is John
meeting.
to Helen Burgher, chairman. TeaT. D. Blackburn, and the executive
dance will be in the gymnasium as
secretary is Mrs. Brimmer,
The
T o Spend Vacation In Florida
usual. Marjorie Wilson is the chairProfessor Clarence A. llidley, as- other members of the committee are
man.
sistant professor of history and Dean Anna li. Pierce, Judge Newton
treasurer of the student association, Van Duzee, and Professor John M.
will spend the Christmas vacation in Sayles, principal of Milne High
Florida. Mrs. llidley and his son,
school.
Robert, will accompany him.
The advisory committee consists
Speak To Chemistry Club
of: President A. R. Brnbacher, Mr.
Biology
club distributed
about
Robert Rankins and Gertrude M. Charles Tobin, Miss Norine Keating,
sixty-five copies of the Christmas
Cora, juniors, were speakers at a renumber of its paper last Wednesday, cent meeting of the chemistry club. president of the alumni association,
according to Theresa Maurice, '31, Rankins presented a paper on "The Mrs. Anne Boochever De Veer, Mr.
president.
Corrine Faulk, '32, was Cosmic Ray," while Miss Cora's sub- Samuel Aronowitz, and Miss Mary
ject was "Carborundum," Cole said. Hunt.
editor-in-chief.
The pledges made by the alumni
Miss Minnie Scotland, instructor in
Is C h a i r m a n Of Tea
biology, will write an article for the
Sylvia Mulwitz, '31, was general are gradually being paid, Mrs. Brimnext issue to be published in Janu- chairman of the tea given by the Pi mer reported.
The senior class is
ary.
Anita Soboleski, '32, will be Alpha Tail sorority Sunday afternoon. also planning to make its pledges
i 1 t :r m-chci of this issue Mi... The other committees in charge were:
soon, she said. The campaign pro.Maurice announced. There will be arrangements, Fclith I.evine, '32; rethree more editions of the paper, in freshments, Petty Kroiienberg, '31; ccduic is being worked out by the
meiubei s of the class.
Jaurary, April and May, she Con- n d invii itions 1 illian 1 ischcr 31
cluded.
Miss Holt, General Chairman,
Names Various Committee
Heads For Affair
niK
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Antrrirmt (El renters anil Ditrra
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I I
A G\?T
VAN HEUSEN CHARLES
Miss Henry To Attend
Fraternity Convention
M a r g a r e t I l e i . r y , '3J, will a t t e n d the
second
ualioual' cmnenlioii
of
I'i
Gai
a Mil, n a t i o n a l h H o r a r y so, lal
science
frateinity,
which
m e e t s at
C l e v e l a n d , O h i o , D e c e m b e r Z'h JO,
a n d 3 1 , T h e r e will he all i
nnil
r e c e p t i o n a n d d i n n e i at H o t e l VViiit.ni
for d e l e g a t e s , at w h i c h t h e n a t i o n a l
p r e s i d e n t , D r . I . e r o y A l l e n of W i n field, K a n s a s , will p r e s i d e
1'roblcms
o f i n c o r p o r a t i o n , of a d m i n i s t r a t i o n of
c h a p t e r s a n d of l e g i s l a t i o n w i l l be
considered.
Miss Helen Fay Writes
Article For Magazine
The
leading article
in a
leient
i s s u e of t h e " P u h b s h e i s'
Weekly,'
t h e A m e r i c a n Hook T i a d e J o u r n a l
Was w r i t t e n b> M i s s H e l e n T . h a y ,
i n a n a K ' T of i h e l o o p
I he a m le
w a s ei.tilled "FducaliliK ihe bacilli) '
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s t o i c s i h r o i i j h o t lh, ,
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STAT-E COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1930
4
GROUPS CONDUCT
CHRISTMAS PARTY
Sororities And Departmental
Social
Several
of
By
Gatherings
the
College
tions,
including
group
houses,' have
annual
Christmas
past
Interesting
information
concerning the maple tree on the
f r o n t c a m p u s of t h e C o l l e g e h a s
recently been b r o u g h t to notice.
T h i s t r e e is k n o w n a s t h e " M i l n e
m a p l e " and was planted by Dr.
William Milne, former president
of t h e C o l l e g e , in 1914 t o c o m m e m o r a t e the twenty-fifth
year
of h i s p r e s i d e n c y .
T h i s t r e e is t h e o n l y m a p l e o n
t h e f r o n t c a m p u s a n d is s i t u a t e d
n e a r t h e w a l k b y t h e s i d e of
[ l u s t e d hall.
Dr. Milne p l a n t e d
t h e t r e e in t h e s p r i n g of t h e y e a r
a n d d i e d in t h e fall.
T h e r e is
no plate or m a r k e r on this m e m orial t r e e at the p r e s e n t l i m e .
Clubs
Observe Yuletide Season
the
organiza-
sororities
an
conducted
parties
their
during
the
week.
Gamma
Kappa
Christinas
Phi
party,
sorority
Marjoric
L o n g m u i r , '22,
chairman
for
mittees
the
were:
garet
had
Wednesday
general
The
com-
refreshments,
Service
and
Mar-
Retina
and
Lois
Mary
Purgdorf,
sopho-
(.Cmilimird
mores.
Young
association
nual
Imm
.1!
/•,»;.• 1.
m a n , C l a i r e l.yoi -. '.11, C h a r l o t t e
The
Women's
house
Christmas
cording
to
Christian
conducted
party
Helen
last
.\T.
d e r s o n , Nile C l e m e n s and Pearl
its
an-
juniors,
night,
ac-
Church,
'22,
M a r j irie M o r t o n , s o p h o m o r e * ;
Collier,
h o u s e p r e s i d e n t . R o b e r t a K v c r i t t , '32,
vice-president, was general chairman
J1"-' ' " S t o r y d e p a r t m e n t , w h o ha
'.
1 b e e n a p p o i n t e d c h a i n n a n of t h e
for the part
h i s t o r y g r o u p for t h e N e w Y o r k
T h e f r e s h m a n w o m e n w h o live at j . s t a t e a s s o c i a t i o n of t e a c h e r s ' c o l lege faculties.
t h e h o u s e h a d e n t i r e c h a r g e of t h e !
planning
and
arrangements,
wddcly k n o w n a u t h o r , w h e n h e s p e a k s
at t h e J e w i s h C o m m u n i t y C e n t e r o n
S u n d a y night, D e c e m b e r 21, at 8:30
d u c t e d in r o o m 2 0 o f
Richardson
o ' c l o c k , in t h e s e c o n d of a s e r i e s o f
h a l l T u e s d a y a f t e r n o o n , J a n u a r y 13, s e v e n t a l k s b y p r o m i n e n t j u r i s t s , a u at
4:10
o'clock,
Dr.
Harold
W . thors, and theologians.
B r o w n e is t h e a u t h o r o f s e v e r a l
T h o m p s o n , p r o f e s s o r of E n g l i s h a n d
hooks,
including:
"This
Believing
coach of debate, announced today.
World,
Phe G r a p h i c Bible," a n d
T h e debate council met
Wedncs"That Man Heine."
He has been
lay n o o n a n d s c h e d u l e d four debates a s s o c i a t e d
with
Rabbi
Stephen
S.
for the s p r i n g .
T w o of t h e m a r e ! W i s e as a l e c t u r e r a n d w r i t e r .
He
kly
, r o p e
a
h :,s
rave lcd
fK
'". ^
,
"d
for the men a n d two a r e f r the
,
A
.
\ the Orient and has contributed a n i women.
All of t h e d e b a t e s will t a k e
l e to the " N a t i o n " a n d the " N e w
p l a c e in t h e P a g e h a l l a u d i t o r i u m , i
e x c e l t for t h e o n e w i t h B o s t o n i m i - 1
vcrsity.
The
women's
team
will
debate
Middlehur.v
college
on
Thursday, |
L e h m a n 19; the w i c k p r e v i o u s will!
see a d e b a t e w i t h Host >u u n i v e r s i t y ]
F o u r plays w e r e presci ted u n d e r
in B o s t o n w h i c h will b e o n F r i d a y ,
t h e a u s p i c e s of t h e M i l n e H i g h s c h o o l
F e b r u a r y 1.1
T h i s d e b a t e will a l s o j
d r a m a t i c c l u b in t h e a u d i t o r i u m l a s t
he f o r t h e w o m e n ,
d d i e m e n will !
night.
l e h a t c H a m i l t o n c o l l e g e in a r e t u r n
i lie p l a y s w e r e d i r e c t e d by C o l l e g e
d e b a t e mi T u e s d a y , M a r c h 10 a n d
T h e cast of t h e first p l a y ,
will m e e t t h e r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s of t h e s e n i o r s .
"
T
h
e Tov S h o p , " w a s c o m p o s e d of
C n i v c r s i t v of V e r m o n t o n T h u r s d a y . I
J u n i o r H i g h s c h o ,1 s t u d e n t s .
Ruth
A p r i l 9, h e r e
F d m i nils w a s t h e d i r e c t o r .
\ Mptad of s i x s p e a k e r s h a s b e e n j
T h e s e c o n d n l a y w a s c o a c h e d h>
c h o s e n for the w o m e n ' s d e b a t e s . O n e
Royal Knox.
It w a s t h e m o s t s e r i o u s
team
o f t h r e e will d e b a t e
Boston'
of t h e d r a m a s , e n t i t l e d " T h e V a l i a n t . "
while t h e o t h e r r e m a i n s h o m e to meet
I'he t h i r d p l a y , a f a n t a s y
entitled
Middlehury.
" T h e M a k e r of D r e a m s , " w a s d i r e c t e d by X i t t a M i l l e r .
Try-outs
for
the
to select
spring
the
debates
men's
will
be
team
con-
Milne High Dramatic
Club Gives Four Plays
Miss Futterer Names
Commitees For Plays
Parker,
s o p h o m o r e s ; and entertainment,
Gainor
a
night
was
party.
Lewit Browne To Give
JUDGES TO PICK
Talk At Center Sunday
VARSITY FORENSIC
TEAM JANUARY 13 w i l"Al b e Mt ho er a lsiut by j e cfto rof t hLee w iIsn t eBl rl iogwenn et ",
Cimput Memorial Planted
By Dr. W.J. Milne h 1914
and
Hazel
Sutton,
Madeleine
F.velyn
Lowenbcrg,
Mildred
Quick,
Marion
McKeon,
'3.1,
Hilda
Smith,
VerBuch-
sophomores.
Lounge,
| Muni;
.Miss
and
house,
chairman,
onica C r o w l e y , a n d M a r g u e r i t e
anan,
AnCook,
l b leu
Kl\a
Cr"tmV,
N'ealon,
'22,
'22,
and
chairRuth
j Reynolds and I'uth
D a r t e r , s o p h o - GEORGE H. HARTEN
72 Freshmen Receive
TEACHERS APPOINT
m o r e s ; a n d oristume, and
make-up.
refreshments, Louise Wells and Ag- j
TO ADDRESS CLUB
I Frances
McMahon,
'22,
chairman,
Money For Scholarship
DR.
A.
W.
RISLEY
r e s C r o u c h ; e n t e r t a i n m e n t , Alice MeI Sarah
C'aphm,
'22,
and
Margaret
(.'..../in...... .r-..m .>...;<• 1, r»...i.i.i -t)
AT NEXT MEETING 1.1.fins,
E w a n and Gertrude Loftus; decora-,
Thi.-ri-s.-i Much, S a m I). Malonc-v,
HISTORY CHAIRMAN
ind L a u r a i i1
akle
r e p r e s i n t a t i v e ol \lai(!iiri-i J. Marlui, < a-i truile V. Melt, n.
Everitt
said.
tions,
The committee-,
Dorothy
Atwell
were: |
and
Myrtle j
Bahette
.
Johnson
Hut-
.
^
„.
.
(
(
1..-I.1 Miller, .Maiion Mlcezek.
g c o m p a n y , will
Marion W. Nelson, Ilarbsira Nolliiich.i.n.
r c e c l u b at its R o r . n c X. Oltuson,
ll.-iniiuli
I'rl".
zenliiub and Mildred
as J. Uyan, Marie-Louise Sliaimi,
| n e x t I m s i n e s - m e e t i n g in I'"ehruary Tl
linteil
:n_r:il e l i a i r m a n of
In'..,
(I. Sl'.u-iih, Celicvicve A. Sli.o.-v.
| G e r t r u d e Huvilte, '31, president anT h e S p a n i s h club's C h r i s t m a s p a r t y I t u r ) . l;
ll.-li -n K. Somcrs, Allies A. Stephen,
l> ..f the New York stat
. | r«
t
FA
flCt.
n o i m c e d t o d a v . M r . I l a r t e n . w h o h a s llessie O. Sieikar, Alvina !•". Trent«• liiiuri.
n
t o o k p l a c e l a s t n i g h t in t h e L o u n g e j ; l s s l ) C j . , |
i
if t i a d i e r s o l i e g e a n d ;
Paid
By
taCUlty
G l f t j o h - u - n e d c o m m e r c i a l t e a c h e r s in all Adeline Van ...vi-nicr. Laura !•'.. W o m a n .
of
R i c h a r d s o n ball.
The members j llnrn,;,|
Mao.in !. Walker, Mary Louise W a h l x r ,
h o d facultie-, f o r t h e y e a r j
i p a r t s oi New York slate for u n n v
Klcanor VVatci Inn v, l-'ranees It. Well. r.
o f t h e e n t e r t a i n m e n t c o m m i t t e e w e r e ; \<j20-2\
• x p e r s c - , of r e f r e s h m e n t s fr-r v e a r s , will s p e a k on " M e t h d s a n d I.e.ua K. Wel.-lei, Ida Weiiier,
i;ci J riling to a n a n n o u n c e - I
Rose
k l y l a c a l l v - s t u d e n t t i a s c o n - | I ' m o h u e of T e a c h i n g
S h o r t h a n d . " W e i n m a n , Maiian I'-. Welch, K. Louise
H e l e n K l n e r , a n d S y l v i a M o n t , sen- j , ] 1 ( . 1 ) ( ,
ived t day from Dr. lien- I
;„' die L o i ' g e of U i c h a r d . s o n l Ml -' « ; l 1 : i 1 - " d i s c u s s " T h i n g s t , C o n - I Wells, Kvelyn K. Wells, Mary II. \\ il
i o r s , a n d D o r o t h y W e e k s , '22.jj
a
i
n
i
i
i
I
hams.
I
ilm
W.
Willson,
h
a
l
n
l
l
e
A
Win
j a i n i i i I I . M a l t e s o n , p r e s i d e n t of t h e d u c t e d in
dition."
'•••-. N.-'lie !''. W
I.
er h a v e b e e n
H e l e n D c n n i s o i i - W h e e l e r , '3-1, w a s ; : N S , a ; , t i , , n , v ,-j„, j - a m e m b e r of t h e ! ball d u r i n g
,f r e f r e s h m e n t s .
from
U i r i - l n as gift
Men's Hair Cutting
S c a l p 'I r e u t m e n t
.Hculty of \ ' e w P a l t z n o r m a l s c h o o l , c o v e r e d bv
to A i m a h i lie
Manicuring
T e l e p h o n e 3-940..
Shampooing
The l i ' r a r y s c h oiol
o l s t u d e n t - , ccoonn-D r . ' C h a r l e s 1-. S t u g e , h e a d of t h e , ih;' f a c u l t y , aci
Marcelii
ft
FaeialH
man
of
the
ducted
a Christinas
party
in
t h e I n , l o r y d e p a r t m e n t at t h e C o r t l a n d ' •' >' mm II. ' 3 1 .
L o u n g e of
Richardson hall,
W e d - n i r m a l s c h o o l , is t h e l e l i r i n g c h a i r - 1 ! ' ' " ' - 1 ' c o m m i t l i
Stowell;
and
clean-up,
ad of tin
..
' ' ' ,'''
' " '
i history
department,
•Pin
ihli
soph.
d It
:<pthe h
,"; Cost Of Refreshments
nesday
night,
Y\ i n t e r ,
'31, president
Kappa
ducted
ority
according
a Christmas
house.
general
Croinie,
22;
Elinor
school.
'22,
Mavhelle
llaug,
i',M- t h L
in
it-,
and
history
M.n k l i . u n ,
a
of
f..r
of
club,
Permanent
''"-'i '•'••
M'--s
D
3
\ ! . c ill ell
-a
OFFICERS
the
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NOW
HARMANUS
in In
Kaihrjn
scr\ -
Saving
the
inchides
ic
;i de-iiill a s a
BLSJCCKER
has,
(iuyelte,
'31
iSr.^hf ^
HAI.L
LELAND
d to in
in.
furnish
at
I2;2h
„ \ 1 •„ k
I l u i r s d a y , the peri
listed in t h e e a t a l : i h a v i n g be
iu);ed t o u c c o m m o d a l e st l e n l s
4,
Thai
loo
they
moderately
Com-
p r e s i i h r.t of t h e club, p r e s i d e d .
In h e r t a l k s h e e n u m e r a t e d
the
f o u r k i n d s of b a n k s , n a m e l y :
the
c o m m e r c i a l bank, the savings bank
the trust company, and the investment
bank.
S h e a l s o t o l d In.v. e a c h b a n k
functioned.
She compared the banks
1-Umjfc H . (graurjs
all
are
so
priced,
al
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A DEVIL WITH
WOMEN"
IN
WITH
'REMOTE CONTROL"
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Tx/tjej^ny
And PHARMACEUTICALS
ife u o u r a n c c .
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S T U D E N T S may have
their photographs taken
before December 18th
T O BE F I N l S H t D
FOR
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
SPECIAL HALF RATES v/ill
be given on all ttylee irtclud'-ig
extra large PORTRAIT FREE
with rix or twHfe photographs
in ttylei rnngi vg from $10.00
p«r dozen up.
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merce
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:
loimuittie,
ELE(
freshmen.
director
en liization,
•""'
( hr. t uas
of
Craigmile,
Uank
hi
IV ,1
prmeiples
ice
will
Helen
de • n a t i o n s
conducted
Mabel
>ear
ehaige
M a r g i n r-
Doris
the
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at Eddie's Barber Shop
tin- h i , - I n i . t . o y e-ift on I:
in
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in::- uf tl
ADDRESSES CLUB
It is H i u ii
ON BANK SYSTEM"i leMlay a n d
Mi-s
of
sor-
p n si lent
Jean
woik
Clans,
T h e committee
uas:
toiy c miiiiitt'e
the
p a r t y at t h e
p a r t y h o t n i g h t , ac. o r d i n g to
Quick,
of
a r e v i s i o n o f a get e r a l bisUity c o u r s e
M u l l e n , '22.
hall
Part
con-
chairman,
'22;
was Santa
Page
the
man.
recently
refre-hnn
Xorthriip,
'31,
Helen
Committees
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of
Delta sorority
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