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STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
ALBANY, N. Y.
StateCollege News
Vol.. XV No. 20
SENIORS' PLEDGES"
AMOUNT TO $5000
MINSTRELS BEGIN
SHOW REHEARSAL
Members Give From $50 to $100;
Collections Are Received
by Team Captains
Baker and Corr Supervise Circle;
Men Plan Organization
of Orchestra
N'carlv
been
live
thousand
pledged
bv
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly issues.
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANV, N. Y., FRIDAY., FEBRUARY 27, 1931
tlii-
'TEAM HAS RETURN
CONTEST TONIGHT
Awards Contract
Varsity Meets Jersey Teachers;
Ingraham Stars as State Beats
Cooper Union
The
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TO GAIN 3 POINTS
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W' men Ic'irn S .me (.'• Jlcdy lixpcnsc;
Dcnn Pierce Lists Nine Types Of W'orl
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Bureau Places Three
More Seniors Teachers '33 DEFEATS '34
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Society Will Announce
sieniin.
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Cooper
TO BE CHAIRMAN
FOR CONFERENCE
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that
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s;ll
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I - i - oi i l „
m 11,-!, i
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forwards
on M a r c h
Tuesday Night At 8:15 ;;;'
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the
Jersey l . a u sehnol.
So far this year
I n the p r e h n i i u a r y K an,e. the j u n i o ,
Stall
won t l i r t ' i
names and lost '"
w i l l play the sophomores nt an i n t r ;
uiiiral
Two mu Dired p/fl
|,a-c-,
i ap'"'"'-
is the plainer ol
I., the class.
l b . degree
b< W a r , , , ,
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l'"''^'"-
goals
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State
announced.
ring
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held
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had the c u t r a c t l..r making
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classes.
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and
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end.
was
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Warren
evening,
quintet.
favor. T h e
w a - [') | ,
Inerahain
I'nion
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tap dancing,
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placed
m
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RING
l)eeve\.
and l i e r t r a m
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dan, . - .
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proved to
whistle hlew, the score
- . . i n o n game,
THETA PI PIPERS
TO PLAY AT 1933
SOIREE, MARCH 13
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ninpany, the result ..f l l u vntinij eon
,., .i|,at, ],,•,,,'Monday
Tuesda>
and Wedne-da
tin,., u kit
siunitie ' d m t e d
b\ t i n r i n j j
i-oinniiltei
la :
orchestra.
The\
a r e . shows.
I eab
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SUPERVISOR SAYS
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frank
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I <lin -,li
kappa
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birthday.
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signed
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April
when
senior a c t i v i l i e begin in earnest
their plc.ie..-- to anv ol the t.ill.,wine
Menihers
,,i the e l a - mav send
captains:
Alfred
Mi.sch. A l i c e
lien
Maruarei
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all iiieuiliers
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for the S t a i r
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I'he contract for the manufacI-
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tonight.
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Teachers
State al T r e n t o n
week
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Cooper
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l-'ach . a p t a i n re
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be , il - , ! f o r Mate II
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association,
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1931
AN INTERCOLLEGIATE OBLIGATION Spring Season Initiates New Sports;
State College N e w s
A faculty committee, chosen by the student association,
has named four men to represent State college at the
Established in 1916 by the Class of 1918
annual Model League of Nations Assembly to be con- N o w that spring is almost here, I capacity, and who, has had high
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
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i \ o \ \ m a t .i
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school experience in that position
State College for Teachers
great events are planned in the line | y U | r n m | t {Q b e a c a p a b ] e m a n
it is a mark of far-sightedness and broadniindcdness
an
« 1 Alexander Schoor, M y r o n Kolodny
T H E NEWS BOARD
for the association to appropriate money to finance this of outdoor intramural sport
NETTA MILLER
,'
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Manager 2nt at the meeting by means of delegations and it is a I spective sport
Four
games
have
thus
far been
w h o entered this year have to show
mark of intercollegiate interest for State college to be
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I here
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after
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refor
which
arrangements
v e r v
s | 1 0 r t l y
Respective Managers Arrange Games
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Advance
reports
from
the oh.ee
.
the
.
registrar
sketch
l t
T
,
h
:mv
would
had
to
who
Little
still
caused
hrneli
- T h e
.mc m i
she
she
Laconic
in-
her
entitled
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Aggie
what
,
of
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p c r a t m
Sedgwick,
ago with
character
20
R I S K S
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few years
to
S C H O L A R S H I P
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on
loving
,|,ild-likeness
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the kcvnote
these
ol
simple
has
a
That
with
llie
the
way
in
This
to
does
The
Hrtibacher
to
the
,-
necessarily
it
does
best
of
to
paving
for
impressed
students.
I'erhaps
zeal
that
a
as
well
good
students
go
to
t. .h i•n g s
^
.
i n
j , , ,|u.i,-
in-
^.'','"'., ,
ol
|
have
the
•„
w e
light
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question
will
debeate
team-
the
between
valry
. . '
t o be a n s w e r e d
which
. .lia s s e s
c
. . . . .p, ih o m o r e
For
have
past
the
will
years
O n
,
the
as
have
part
neither
of
ol
the
freshman
i: n t e r c ki.....
iss
debates
underclasses
program.
,
the members
represent
. , t, ih e a n n u a li
i: n
two
by
. , ,l .r- y. .
r. .i; v. . a
been
their
and
,ie
. .b
i .a
. , t, e
..
d
conducted
interckiss
occasion was
. - , , , ,
ri-
the aid or asL L
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h
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.
u
;
r
then
nl ul lzzz/ lke
l
a
,
as
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wh
h ii c
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h
w
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Il
,-
always
When
beginning
.1
The
,„
c,v,h-
the
contendin.it
team-.
abilities,
I hey
feeling
that
were
as
content
classes, thev h a d a - u m e d
, , .
• ,
i
.
an honorable
t
,- •
cottld
hy
he m a i n t a i n e d
This
last
of
year
the
semester,
freshuiaii
engaged
upperclassmeii
the
in
lime
only
for
the
the locker
her
picture
ugly
.
sell
"makes
hy-stander,
one
he
e
tt h
has
killed
mo
os
s tt
m
o ff
o
Svdttor
in
lover,
a
au
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d ii e
en
nc
ce
e -a
a
-
of
the
reader
both
teams
are
team,
from
upperclassmeii
have
l
Oliver
that
carls
thinks:
seems
the
to
of
in
go.
promise
l-'or t h e t e a m s
upperclassmeii
right.
the
But
for
it
classes
I
will
extend
beyond
be
one prepared
not
satisfy
tion
suggestions
and
certainly
a
of
e
ancient
after
this
by
the
the
criticism
grudges
del.at
wil
them
to
seem-
all
the honor
i-
of
l.\
ol
expected
The;
upperclassmeii
illegitiiuale
n<
who
.
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March
there
28.
will
mediate
be
betray
a
others
representatives
trust
if
beyond
they
the
do
and
these
anything
reasonable
lo
point
Ihe
|
the
im,
all
"be
s l |
|
l a
of
our
the
- o , i:,l
who
have
tried
an
out
method
nielllhcr-
tors
who
dill'u till
Columbia
examination
till-
iii
faded
at
of r e l i e v i n g
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l
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mathematics,
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,
s
of
the
the
Only
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the
papers
mark,
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a
passing
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will
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answer.
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a
as
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for
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individual
the
means
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results
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to
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no
and
by
me
Ibis
.pie-lioiis
important
the
foolish
.pieslion-
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measuring
repeatedly
in,in
ol
rather
the
been
lad
brain
found
wanting.
b'rom
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Ruth
ib<- , a n
and
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president.
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constitution
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l.o.b
of
producl
the
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distance
girl
pus-
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positive j
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by
ball
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I .'.o lo i
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whether
Ihal
the
,
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dls.olir-e
and a-
boiling
as
r
w Iit-ti
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i e n turn,
..piate
we demand
had
Ra\
I
materially
-ni
a. n . s -
av
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emotional
also
Mpba
Ihe
, , u a. . e l . i a O o i i
vary lug
inversely
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the
i n - l a i n e,
the
favor
hy
minor
ruai-y
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p,
room.
a majority
ol
s.-Us
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modulated
in
sustained
for
demand
with
Ihe :ililiosp|u-re
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pol.cile.l
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h.ad.I l . l e l . l
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- . - - a complexion
which
will
not ue. e - s i l a l e
h e r a d - p i - i m i s '1
i ,
II. I c o i l , g, s he . e . o l
I
k
bere
to S t e f a n ' law. namely
thai
radial
be p r o " " "
' "
nearly,
portiotial t o the 4th p o w e r ol the absolute t e m p e r a t u r e .
I
C VVallci l i i o . o l ! , '.il
the
between
of
M c i onnell
deliniteh
The
added
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i
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the pla\ t a -
bono,-
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was
once
purposefullv
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leads
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proportionate
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lb.it
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be
appln alioii
her
ti
it.-
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moment-
slated
I,
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of
where
do
Nile
strode
by
will
u o i . i n
a
, o i n i i il
I In- p l o p , i
• lest"
the
Today
111. i d . l i t . l i b
lo
uas
plication
masterly
I
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Intel sorority
p n in i p l e s
the
,
of
because
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to
Commerce Club Votes
For New Constitution
ol
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up
scenes.
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the
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play
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will
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the
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agreed
different
a-
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hud i
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to
to
method.
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ac,..riling
of
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characterization
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simple
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to
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tradition
knew
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now
at
prepare I
names
up
able
iui-
III-
t o b e as p r a c t i c a l
tho-c
pro!
imperative,"
c.|iially
the
ihe
• measured
bop.
students'
one
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be
;
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lacked sincerity.
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w a s j e r l < v .
,,,-tructo
'.'."' l o c k , " . " '
inhabit
considering
interests
I he i o | | , , w n i g
ihe
•-
up
one
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marked
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loan
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on
were
wa,
submitted
answered
permit
students
-tudeuts
and
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dare
-
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own
would
l|,,y\
in
prole
grots
not
IV.d
their
-,i
,
Ihe
single
writings
are in-
-
-I:
stage.
"Trille-"
by
Dunmgan's
III
weeks
Iin h
ii-ualb
draw
altempl
end-
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I en t a u t made
oyst.r
thai
four
per
,ur-
wa-
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la.llltV.
a,,,pied
,|iieslioi,s.
when
exaniiual
universilv.
paper
Moke-,
will
Rowle\
s
h H
^
beginning
l l r n
, , ,
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a n d i | d a \ - of the y e a r
,.,,
I,ret, | , „ k i d
a'l..I
dollai
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h.-oe i
three
hard-hearted
al„ I a r e eii.leavoring
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men
T< )(
the feelings
the
bride
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nnportanl
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M K 1
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by
s-
-how onl\
iiinttioii-.
Troubadours
'u.||(
C
LAY
I he-e i hara. u r -
I he
ai
suggested
!'!<( )FESS< )RS I ' L L X K ,
the
$1 I S T O O M U C H !
forintil itim; id
approval
t n . e.
•in
perfeil
of
ceremony.
lor
a
IVard,
arrangement.
'I h e r c v i - e d
editorial.
The
the
reception
„ , „ „
r
,,„(
First
., ., ., . , „.„. „.
/
Bv
debaters
-oli.it
Alter
a
families
iiuder-landabh
their
„
Spring.
State's
I n n n„
Tuesday
Miss
lormaiice.
h r i M
the
x l
-
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a--,-ta„tp,o
William
at
.
a i
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ReCeSS
married
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and
,
h l s t
p
t
,.,„„.,.,,'.,",' " s a r a t o g ' a
ill
of
.hat
who
Wed
Rowley.
be
elr^
K
seen
longer
,r o, „o „m„
illustration
of
ihe efleet
.tljllL,
. n „ | ,„.,„„.,-,u.s
pile l u n g
»
,
physics,
will
a
j
no
,- o r d i d ,
s t
pari
t
ability
in
.
THE STATESMAN
men's
underclassiuen
nioiithpie. e-
rivalry
('
assistance
and submit
I he
Black"
,
that
assistance
on
1-
on
\ \
have
wa-
reinemlier
ipl'cn lass partii ipation ,!,,,,„,,
point.
the
ibis
"North
practice
.
*
stage
As
discussion
either
mark
I
and spoken
be
far
briefs
he
1/ , / • •
\W\ i H
i :r
t hh tt h
he
e ' If rrooii ii b a .dl o u
how
prepare
concerned
to
must
to
eoiieluding
. A l the end „ f this v o l u m e are listed the other
ol
the dillereiit
author-,
specimens
ol
which
te
" a"m"s "
as t o j u s t
upon
expected
'
barge.
1 here should he a definite understanding based upon an ||||V%(
honorable
i-
at
^l€$
we
t i t,e, r,
high
ir.-lnnan.
EasteX
.
^
Milne
i-
D u r i t t S
.,1
"
en
tin
the
indicate
benefit
La
a
l O
-
be
assistance
capacity.
approaches,
who are members
d
" ,e" b, Ma "t e
"
v' ,a" ,r' s, ' i"t•y'
.ophistication
their
In I . I i
and had the
advisory
debate
to
their
of
responsibiltv
.•
organized
in an
and corridor,
going
use
^
of
the editor,
i,
Spencer
'
collection
the tastes
liulaxy
the
Harrison.
reading
determine
Modern
her
b ll a
as
se
e
b
llenrv
being
,„/„,„„,
^ s g a y g o e r
last
directed
R o w U y
.
l
lessor
personalities,
, 1 R „ „|L.
1(,.
of
.
M
.
hereditary
bu,
„
MlSS
" A h ! Sophistication ! "
L i t t l e by little his o p i n i o n c h a n g e u n t i l h n a l l v h e is I r a n k l v a t a l o s s a s t o t h e p e r s o n a l i t y
preparation.
in a debate
interclas.s
room-
o r ...','
w o m e"n"' ,s "
lair
w h o acted
to
representatives
.
will
n
f f y
U
team.
Ilrooks,
been
„
. , ' '" ,- ' "' ,
'L'!'
,"!",'" . , , " ' , . . , " . " until finally he ,- Iranklv at a loss as to the persotiaiit
, „„. r v , „ u , „ u k . r s if ,„ R . , < I l o w s w h , , ,
.istance ol iipperclassinen or outside debaters solicited by ,,- | l ; i ] i . \yAn.vu
own
ba-
-
B a k e r m a y l i n d it h a r d t o
- h o e - of
Leo
Allan,
win,
years,
"Herself"
this
generations
who
bv
to
four
ol
baseball
' oach
the
<>sme-r
\
11 i n c h "
ev
ve
en
n
e
of
interchange
ol
^
,.,,.„,,
n m .
innocent
try
against
,.n
was
„„•,.
hay
sophomores
-'Tool
wen.
,„
this
De-Laura
D.-tlelson,
portrayed
it
.,.,.,,
^ I J C / J T
Robei t
Moreland
the
litmdkerchiel
.,|
John
i>l
(,,lbert
coach
them."
a n u
l.loyd
Juniors;
and
part
year-
IIK-V
a
compose
Goodrich,
I'lll
„ , , .
recess.
T h e
be played
al
STATER S]AGE:
aw....
1- t h e o n l y
played away.
M a y
- - ,
aild
tile
11 l a l i a g e f I ^ ^ J F
and the
manager
storv/
symbol
„
college,
games
'32,
p-vchological
girl
three
entertaining
stories'to
r t
This
passing
least
H i n d i "
the
these
Moreland.
that
of
of
j , ,|„. ,„„•
v
The
ho
o ll d
ds
s
h
is
need
,„„„.
gently-reared
al
man
wcarinn
Hurt.
out.
some
tub
|„,
m i s
e r
1
of
Floyd
the opening
understood
have
the
pivotal
N'ewlin
through
notorious
s
,,,
i , | , i
v
Susie
she .night
versus
the
of
\
this
t. .h. :i .n. .k . "••
surprising
finish, a n
^
^ . ^
^
^
m
A
w
,,a,,pv
n d l.v
is
,)r|<ed
w
^
a
bat
n t r a M
truggle
t,.
.... •
I Ins
;
that
a
Katherine
A
of
WHOSE DEI'.ATL WILL IT I'.l
W H O S E
D E I 1 A T E
W I L L
I T
IH i ?
....
.
. .
.
. . .
...
When
is a d e b a t e
coach
not a debate coach
^
.r,
a
the head
be
who
|
n
of
must
e q •u -a-l
,
bearl-
wear,,,,
upoil
1
^
l u l
amount
those
• eing
b
as
:
,„,„.
grades.
reasonable
positions
spoken
are
accumulate
h
r e 'c o •r d .s , o' t. h. e r
g o o d; ' s c /h o. l a s t.i 'c
its
mean
call
has otten
(..liege
pn.le-sional
matter
not
but
R.
attitude
show
subject
"grinds,"
studv
A.
visitors
professional
best
teres,
that
hull
2.1—Hartwick
last
Hlum.
was
' l l „.,',
h
t" o•
n
with
Alfred
|, , h. . . . ...
" "o i p^ e- s'
. . e. .g- •o•t. i. a. .t. eFpsala, o r H o b a r t colleges for this j ^
3
*
,l..i„
UUle.
I
i he
following
letter
men
will
—
JXU,
te.n-
v..u tli.l
l C i l l l l
lion
probably
^
President
Training,
I'nion,
year s d anion I aggregation:
formation.
fact
Harris.
home
a
in ' T a p a g o
W e d d i n g , " is s h o w n
in their
primitive outl , „ , k , „ , lit',,
\ , „ l „ • ! „ , ;,,-,• wi'
l o s:,v I h e v
an- iimiiii
the
Ralph
" " ' " " ,'"'ir s I " ' m K
games
will
also
* ^
iii
home
in ,
college,
a
vou.
Indians,
-Maxwell
o n e t h a t is t o be
3() j s s t i | | ODC'll.
3 0 is s t i l l
open,
_
is
to
stir
Wliatevcr
give."
smiphcitv
a
rliPflnln
schedule
contributes
Aggie
envv:
go
such
(„rl
d i c a t e t h a t t h e g e n e r a l s c h o l a r s h i p a v e r a g e w i l l be h i g h e r
.1,;.
,-,..,,- i l , . , „
h,si
li
i s an o n , - , M i r : , , , i n n
i , i , . , ,. o f i n -
of
')
T h e
[ i inl m
t h ii ss g
ga
a il a
ax
xy
a rr e
e w
w rr ii tt tt e
en
n n
by
au
u tt n
ho
o rr s
s ionf rr e
ec
co
og
gn
n ii z
ze
ed
d m
me
e rr ii tt
M
v a
v a
T h e N E W S does n o t necessarily e n d o r s e s e n t u n e m s e x ^
wonder-,
if
this
was' a deciding
factor
in
their
In c o i l t r . n u t l o i i s .
ISO c o i i i i i u i n i r . ' t t i n i i s w i l l lie i o n i c . I u n l e s s t h e
.
,,..,,
, • ,,
,.
•
w r i t e r s ' names are left w i t h the E d i t o r - i n - C h i e f of the N K W S . I c h o i c e ) .
I here are John
Bttchan, \ \ ilia ( ather.
Denis
A n o n y m i t y w i l l be p r e s e r v e d i f so d e s i r e d .
T h e N E W S dues n o t
Machail, Roland
I'ertwee and Rafael
Sahatilli.
guarantee
according
Id—Cooper
M a y
with
i ,
the
f
2—flartwiek
May
Subscriptions,
•
is
manager:
Hough-j,\|
May
$3.00,
ji
U i r n
tative
.,..'
-',,
•
I he l o l l o w m g
baseball,
1 For
ton
year
Association.
""'!
Roliel,
t c n
p in
I oiinge,
M u d e n t
Iv'n h a r d
l,c n i l y
..u
I. a
bob
Tuesday
K III) p i n
ing.
8:15
class
Li
Lounge
|i i n
play -
i .annua
Mil
Ru hard-on
Advanced
i
hall
.Iranian,
Audit.u nun, Lag.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1931
PRESIDENTMAKESNATION-WIDE
SURVEY OF TEACHER'S STATUS
Students In Education 115 Conduct Clubs
And Home Rooms In Milne High School
SPORT SHOTS
by Andrew 1-lntt
The Juniors let the intcrtnural
basketball
championship slip
is not successful in everything." says Dr. Brubacher; through their fingers when the senVery few instructors show social participation;
iors defeated them by the score of
Records of health are decisive
21 to 17 in an extra period game
A nation wide survey of the causes for failure among teachers has just last Monday on the old gym court.
been completed by President A. R. Brubacher and the results have been Myron Kolodny's basket in the last
published in the current issue of New York State Education. "The failing
teacher usually works under emotional conditions that make analysis of the five seconds of the game made the
causes of that failure somewhat difficult," Dr. Brubacher said in explaining score 17 to 17 and saved the game
the purpose of the survey. "The final judgment of failure is often subjective for the seniors.
and may grow out of the strained personal relations between the teacher and
State broke its losing streak last
the superior official who is responsihle for the decision. A teacher may be
rated successful under one set of circumstances, a failure under changed con- Saturday by defeating the Coope:
Union Tech in a slow but good
ditions," lie declared.
basketball game. Ingraham showed
For this reason the questionnaires
his usual eye for the basket scoring
were issued to superintendents in the
six field goals, the high scorer of the
cities and larger villages of every
evening.
state in the I'nion. (hie hundred audi
Brooks, substituting for Bancroft
seventy-nine usable replies were rewho has an injured hand, played an
ceived.
The failing teachers were
exceptional good game.
Captain
checked on the personality sheet of
The m e m b e r s of the art 7 class Lyons managed to score sever
the questionnaire almost without ex- are making a wood block tapestry points and hold his man scoreless,
ception as impulsive, morbid, dull under the supervision of
Miss even though he had a lame leg.
Cooper Union Tech was held
easily satisfied, talkative, dependent Kunicc I'erine, head of the art descoreless during the second period
erratic, over-serious and nervous. Il partment.
W h e n completed this of the game, making the score a'
was found in coordination with this I lapestry will he presented to the the half 19 to 5 in favor of State.
report that the same teachers received College In be hung in the Lounge However, Cooper Union Tech came
back strong the second half anc'
low ratings in tea hi-g process, espe ,,f Richardson ball,
managed to roll up thirteen point.
linlly in discipline, sympathy with j -pile , ; , 1K . t r y j s ;lI1 example of to otate s twelve.
rhildrei. method, and professi ,nal V(, ,] |,|,„.|. printing upon pongee
'I onight .State will try to get rejudgment.
| ,;;| ; .
The two principal
wood venge lor its defeat at the bands o,
New
Jersey Teachers.
This team
"The health record i. particularly I |,l,,,ks are original Landscape patdefeated State on their court by the
ileeisive," Dr. liruhachcr said, "and it , , . n ] s ,|,. ;,,,,,.,| | l v | ) o m i h y Allen, score of 5-1 to 25.
cannot l.e said that he dth was a c m
•j_)| ; m , | \yul. Frederick, Ml. memState has one more game to plaj
Irolling factor m ibe.e ea is. Like,.,... ,,; || K . elass.
after tonight's game. It is a sun
wise, the form .a training whe.her
' II e border pattern of birds was sign that spring is around the corner and baseball bats and glove:
IhroiiKh normal scl I or college, ha I j -'« f \ . h-v '»"»>' «l»Tfr«.*nl stuare being dusted off for the coming
little to do with the re ults. Failure ,lt'!,1l.s.' . ; M ,' SS c r ". u " S , : '" L ,
season.
Coach will have a hard
came ,., spite of the form of training."
' '", ' >'•"» sorority has also pre- time finding someone to take Leo
An interesting fact,,,' in the report ; ' " " ' ! 1 •'. lapcslry winch is now Allen's place on the mound.
is the high rating of all the teachers banging in the Lounge,
ill the art of questioning, the use of
teaching devices, daily
instruction
plan, command of subject matter, and
command of English.
"That these
(actors are fair and even excellent
shows what the school and college
may do for a weak personality endowment," the president pointed out.
Three additional fail,as entered into
the report culture, community relationships, and social qualities.
"Of
the \7<) cases reported." Dr. Brubacher
says, "seventy-nine show satisfactory j
"Teacher
STUDENTS OF ART
MAKE TAPESTRIES
BY WOOD BLOCKS
evidence
of c u l t u r e
by
their
The club and home room activities
of Milne high school will be conducted under the direction of the
seniors and juniors who have enrolled for education 115 taught by
Miss Helen Halter, supervisor of
social science in Milne high. Plans
have also been made for the publication of a newspaper for the junior
high school.
Those in charge of home room
activities include: ninth grade, Walter Driscoll, Jewel Johnson, and
^Catherine Delaney, seniors; eighth
grade, Alice Splain and Eva Dowers,
seniors, and Samuel Dransky, '32;
seventh grade, Anna Murray, Madelame Hayes, and Doris Murphy,
seniors.
The various clubs and their directors are: dramatics, junior high
school, Ruth Edmonds, Helen Henderson, and Eunice Bodley, seniors;
senior high school, Carol Kelley, '31,
and Helen Mead, '32; science, Maude
Abrams
and
Winifred
Hurlbut,
seniors; debate, Alfred Basch, '31;
photoplay, Helen Otis, and Mildred
I hill, seniors; excursion, Mildred
Larson, '31 ; beginners' dancing club,
in co
unity
Dorothy Abrams, '31, president of
Delta Omega sorority has appointed
the following committees for Intcrsororitv Bail: arrangements, Mar
jorie Morton, '33; favors, M. Elizabeth Schraulh, ' 3 1 ; flowers, Doris
Williams. 32 taxis l l i z i b i t h (virion,
'33;
programs,
Magdalena
French,
'32;
refreshments,
Judy
Lister, '32; invitations, Ethel Xotz,
'33; decorations, Dorothy Cronk, '33.
conduct, i
affairs,"
"Read this letter first,"
says OLD HAMPSHIRE
STATIONERY
COMMERCE CLUB
WILL HAVE CARD
PARTY MARCH 26
Commerce club will conduct a card
party Thursday night, March 26 in
the Lounge, from 7:30 to 10:30
o'clock. It will be open to all State
college students according to Gertrude Guyette, president. The price
of admission will he 25 cents.
licity; Catherine Krugcr, '31, Edna
Becker, '33, lounge and tables; Evelyn
Tarpley, '32, Rose Goustav, '33,
prizes: and Norine Jordon, '33 and
Gertrude Kufahl, '34, refreshments.
Mr. G II. Horton, representative
of the Gregg Publishing Company,
who was scheduled to appear at the
last business meeting of the club,
will be present at the club's next
meeting, Thursday, March 12.
7
Where will the two slanting
I cr-
tainly the record ol this group is al
most wholly negative in this regard.
Not one of the men is active in any
of the forms specified : three women
were leaders in civic affairs and seven
in community social life.
The social conduct of the groti|
was found to lie only slightlv better.
Of the 17" cases, fifty eight were re
ported favorably, that is they are not
scored for aloofness, indifference to
ward i oiiiiniiiiily activities, frivolous
conduct, or keeping gay company.
\
The results of the survey will l„
used in an effort to develop a process
of discovering persons who possess
sufficient desirable qualifications for
teaching so that success can he pre
dieted in the teaching field for them, j
Dr. Brubacher concluded.
Betty Simon and Betty Burdette,
seniors; stamp club, Anita Soboleski,
'32; bicycle club, Russell Ludlum,
'31; art, Margarcthc Schrocder, '32,
and Agnes Glenn, '32; tap dancing,
Norma Butler, '31; harmonica club,
Irene Fowler, '31; typewriting, Rose
Schwartz and Louise Durkin, seniors;
glee club, Zoe Hinrichs, '31; advanced dancing, Dorothy Dodds, '31;
study club, Florence Borst and Theresa Maurice, seniors; and shop
club, Harlan W. Raymond, director
of industrial arts in Milne High
School.
Liwrence Neweomb, '31 and George
Rice, '32 will manage the publication
of the newspaper which will be
issued every three weeks.
The committees for the party conPresident Of Sorority
sist of: Clara Decker, '32, general
chairman,
Anna Goldman, '32, pubAnnounces Committees
speech, manners, tastes, and interests.
The remaining 1110 were found to lie |
notably deficient along these lines." j
Community leadership is the saddest j
part of the whole story, he found. ( >f
the cases found, 15b gave no evidence j
of community activities. One superintend, nt said: " \ o lea, her today is
a leader
3
lines meet if the shorter one
is continued? Good eyes
are needed for this one.
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BUT
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tells the Truth!
when ic makes us appearance from
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appearance it makes too. For Old
Hampshire is notably good looking
stationery. It has quality, character,
substance—there is something
M I L D E R .
about its crispness, its rich texture,
BETTER
..AND
TASTE
that tends to make even the dullest
letter seem positively eloquent.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1931
CHAPLAIN MAKES
ASSEMBLY SPEECH
Edward
Murrow,
N.
In
President
S. F .
A., A l s o
to
Students
commemoration
ton,
Father
the
Xewman
John
dent assembly
of
of
tlI«J
spoke
brought
out
the
the
may
not
all
have
that
Washington
the
had.
the great
ue
man
h o n o r e d a s h e i- t o d a y .
Washington's
which
.an
lins
him
all
which
he u.a-.
"And
character
made
we
opportunities
d e v e l o p t h o s e t r a i t s of c h a r a i ler
m a d e him
of
and
it
was
I ather
whit h - l a n d
which
outstanding
faith
ing.
future
never
in
with
once
ne'-
always
those under
forgot
tti.it
wa-
h i m . bill
be
IV;I>
and
he
always
b, |„ w d
worth
of
his
goal,"
lather
nceessan
hu
lit
the
MH
as t h e i .i-e m a \
been:
These
callsym-
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his c o u n t r y ,
said.
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to one'* - i i m ' -
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in
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( ollin*
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other
Friday
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speaker
Mr.
president
a- a l e a t h e r .
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ell
V ' o l e r s in t h e s t a l e l e g i s l a t u r e , will
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of I h e d i s c i s s i o n will ileal Willi a. I- ol
Ihe present legislature
Wi
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are:
enter
'31,
Kath
Marie
'le-ier,
'ii
'54.
74 Chapel St. Albany, N.Y.
B45 Madison Ave.
W e need
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taken
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President
A.
K.
Bruba« h e r ' article
dealing
with
his
national survey P. discover the reas o n - for leat lung f a i l u r e a- p u b l i s h e d
in N e w
York
S i . H e I-,lii. a l l . m
are
a s a d a h l e in i h e I ollegi- h b r a r \
I'm
i h e - n u l e i i i - , , | t h e h'.nghsh i n e t b o d . ..in-.-. M i s s K a l h e r u i e I- \ \ h e e l i n g .
assistant
professor
,,|
I ii-ah-ii,
an
noiin.c.l today.
of
ii'-itiiimcil
/rum /M..V i, IWHIHH 5i
j
Rural
teachers
in
Haiti
receive
t a i n s f o r I h e g a m e . T h e s o p h o m o r e s a l a r i e s of f r o m f o u r t o Cue d o l l a r s
t e a m i n c l u d e d : f o r w a r d - , .Naomi A l - a m o n t h .
b r e . h t . Mav (id
re. a n d C a t h e r i n e :
Baker;
center.
MisTrcla:
ami;
A few m o n t h s a g o t h e g i r l s a t
guards,
Katherine
Moore,
Uertha! Hood
college were allowed
only
Buhl,
Katherine
Van
V a l k e n b u r g , o n e hath a week due to the s h o r t a g e
land Hetty Cordon.
I of w a t e r in t h e n e i g h b o r h o o d ,
The
members
of
the
freshman
1 ..t-t v e a r t h e n - w e r e m o r e c o l team
were:
forwards,
Flizabcth
Kai
erer,
I'.linor
Andre,
M a r i e b e e s t u d e n t s in t h e l u l l e d
Stales
I ' r i n d l e , a n i l M i s - M o o r e ; c e n t e r - , t h a n in all t h e re.-l of t h e
world
Mi-- Moore and Flizabcth Arnold;
combined.
There
were
some
;
IU
""' Kl,!'r,ls""ris
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Hannah
1.237.000 - t u . l e n l - e n r o l l e d
hi
the
if
this
and
universiti
outing
LIBRARY RECEIVES
i DR. BRUBACHER'S
LATEST ARTICLE
Measurement
Cornell
university has
demonstrated
that w o m e n a r e equal m e n t a l l y to m e n .
.
A i
Albanv
Teachers' Agency, inc
m
their
p l a c e u i i d e r Ihe a u s p i c e s of t h e o i t l i u g
i lub, t h e I
ladder hike, a cross
iinlrv
Ink.
moonlight
hike.
time pant
d an h i s t o r i c a l h
CES
MI /A R R I A G E
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in t h i s h i k e
award.
Piiblmtv,
\iidre\
blower-.
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, hairuiaii,
Harriet
Dunn,
ii.
am
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i uuiielb,
'54;
music,
loin
( , , - , , s U i i o | - , '55, . b a n m a n . a n d
Mar
gaiel
Seiwiie, ' i i , litket- and
pro
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'ii.
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Mavhelle
Matthews .
l j , , \ \ , ,,„,i|-e-hiueii.
;m,i
b'eiia -bn
-. M a r e a r e l l l c u i v .
'ii .
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d
\pel and
bdua
I'.ohn-C,
usli.rs.
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liia.b.
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and
lieriia
p r o p s a n d , l e a n up,
d.n. lia-n
1. . h .
I.III. h'.slhcr
I I .nils.- I-'
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Sfinsnn
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Whitney,
Sharon,
who participated
the
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t i deesdt e ran -anvoew
t h e end of W
n u- e .
The wo-
b i t in h . lull, al ( h e m e e t -
• .,f the . lub last
M i s - K a l h e r u i e !•'.. \ \ he. ling, s u p e r
v i s o r ..I prat l i t e l e a d l i n e in I'.ngliin M i l n e N i g h S i h o . i l . h a s been ,,|
p o i n t e d b) t h e b o a r d o| r e g e n t s I
s e r v e m i the c o i u m i l l e e w h nulhi pprne
parethe
regente x a m i n a"t' ii oo nn siHI
Fnglish
l o r -i 1
1- t h r o u gih.
h o uui
t
tlh
he
state.
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i ini-niber
of
ibis .
n l l e e lit fo
and al-.
s u b s l i l l l l c t l al o n e l i m e
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ball.
appointed
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fete,
Hih*
1
n o t t o a d e g r e e t h a t will i n t e r f e r e
.\ ( , , l l e g e d e g r e e has been e s t i m a t e d
with satisfactory scholastic .standing. ,
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E v e r e t t
It is m y o p i n i o n t h a t K is o u r p r i - ' " ' " ' w o r l h ? 7 2 ' 0 U , ) h - v D e a n
m a r y o b l i g a t i o n to m a i n t a i n s c h o l a r - l - " n l " ' Boston university,
lie claims
s h i p w o r t h ) - of t h e S t a t e ' s i n t e r e s t t h a t i n c r e a s e d e a r n i n g p o w e r r e s u l t i n g
in e d u c a t i n g u s .
f r o m h i g h e d u c a t i o n is r e s p o n s i b l e for
L i l l y N e l s o n , ' 3 1 : I t h i n k c o l l e g e the high figure.
s t u d e n t s s h o u l d p a r t i c i p a t e in e x - '
I r a - c u r r i c u l a r activities to as g r e a t ,
Oxford
students
are
protesting
an e x t e n t as t h e y a r e a b l e a n d still v i g o r o u s l y
against
the
invasion
of
maintain
a fairly
high
s c h o l a s t i c t h e i r c a m p u s by w o m e n , s a y i n g t h a t
-landing.
One
requirement
of a d i e a u g u s t f o u n d e r s of the u n i v e r s i t y
g o o i l t e a c h e r is t o b e a b l e t o p a r
n e v e r i n t e n d e d O x f o r d to be a p l a c e
l u i p a t e in,social activities.
of "lost h a i r p i n s a m i i m p o s s i b l e h a t s . "
Betty Gordon, '33: I think a person w h o a b s t a i n s from
extra-curA l D e l a w a r e City, O h i o , the city
l i c u l a r a c t i v i t i e s for t h e s o l e p u r - p o l i n - w e r e c a l l e d o u t r e c e n t l y t o d i s p o s e of m a k i n g
m a r k s i- f o o l i s h
p e r s e a c l a s s light b e t w e e n 400 f r e s h b u t il h e is s i n c e r e l y i n . . r e i n t e r - m e n a n d s o p h o m o r e w o m e n o n t h e
e s t e d in h i - s t u d i e s t h a n in a c i n i - c a m p u s of O h i o W ' e s l e y a n u n i v e r s i t y .
l i e s , h e i- m u c h w i - e r t.. d e v o t e h i s 1
•
time to the former.
In a f t e r y e a r s !
T h e W o r k P s y c h o l o g y I n s t i t u t e of
m e m o r i e s of e x t r a - c u r r i c u l a r a c t i v i - D o r t m u n d , ( i e r m a n v , is p a y i n g a lad
t i e s will b e m u c h c l e a r e r t h a n m e m - ' " d r i n k l-l b o t t l e s of b e e r a d a y . Theo r i e s o f t h e A'.- I d i d n ' t g e t .
p s y c h o l o g i s t s w a n t to find o u t h o w
I l o n g it will l a k e a p e r s o n
fortified
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t o i n d u l g e f r e e l y i n e x t r a c u r r i c u l a r R o b e r t F r o s t , the poet, w a s g i v i n g H
a c t i v i t i e s o r d o y o u h o l d i n g r e a t e r c o u r s e in poetry.
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a t i o u w o u l d b e t o s t r i k e a h a p p y w a s u l l d e r o r c l e r s . ht -' w e n t t o the
m e d i u n i , b u t t h e d i f f i c u l t y of d o i n g i b l a c k b o a r d , and w r o t e , " D o the t h i n g
s o is i m m e d i a t e l y a p p a r e n t .
S u f f i c e t h a t v o u think will p l e a s e m e m o s t , "
il t o s a y
that
any
student
who \S o „
s t u d
ts
c o m p o s c d
o r i i n a ,
scorns utterly extra-curricular activ-1
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G e o r g e H i s e r t , ' 3 3 : 1 a p p r o v e of
p a r t i c i p a t i o n in e x t r a - c u r r i c u l a r a c livilies to a m o d e r a t e e x t e n t , but
G.A.A. Members Attend
"LILLY NELSON IS
DIRECTOR OF FETE
oixin nine UT reason
OF FRENCH CLUB
S t a t e s , M r . M u r r o w said.
T h e o r g a n i z a t i o n coiidin I- an oliice
a t 218 M a d i s o n A v e n u e . New
York
C i t y , w h e r e m a t e r i a l and i n f o r m a t i o n
c o n c e r n i n g t h e w o r k of t h e N . S. F.
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Mr.
M u r r o w e x p l a i n e d the p u r p o s e of t h e
f e d e r a t i o n , w h i c h is b o t h n a t i o n a l a n d
international.
" X . S. i . A , is e s s e n tia.ll>'
a
spontaneous
organization
g r o w i n g o u t of t h e r e a l t i e - i r e til t h e
s t u d e n t s for it. w i t h t h e idea of fur
tbering
intercollegiate
relationships
a n d i n t e r n a t i o n a l peace," he -aid.
M r . M u r r o w stressed the importa n c e of t h e s t u d e n t - c o n d u c t e d
of f o r e i g n c o u n t r i e s , w i d t h a r e c o n d u c t e d by t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n e a c h -urn
mer.
In c a r r y i n g out tin p l a n of the \
S . I-'. A . for i n t e r n a t i o n a l g o o d feeling. a m o r e than nation wide progr
is b e i n g p l a n n e d for t h e c e l e b r a t i o n of
t h e c o i n i n g A r m i s t i c e d a ) in t h e form
of a r a d i o p r o g r a
v e r t h e I oliuiibia
b r o a d c a s t i n g h o o k - u p . w h i c h will inchide speeches
on world
p e a c e In
P r e m i e r M a t - D o n a l d , p r u n e m i n i s t e r oi
l-'.ngland, P r e s i d e n t \ o n I l i u d e i i l u i r g
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patience,
the dignity
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of
teacher'.
courage,
"Washington
pathetic
Professor
head
HERE AND THERE
matics
department.
Rooms
in
D r a p e r hall a r e n u m b e r e d f r o m 100
to 303.
R o o m s for s t u d y in R i c h ardson
hall a r e
from
2 0 t o .15.
out
o u g h t to h a v e , F a t h e r I 'ollin- b e l i e v e . .
and
by
to
34
characteristics
in W a s h i n g t o n ,
are
avail-
students
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said.
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arc
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that,
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greatness
lather
idea
a
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to
following
during
Washing-j
F r i d a y on t h e
Washington.
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of
Collins, chaplain
club,
A N N O U N C E S STUDY ROOM LIST
The
Talks
s;iry of tlii.' birth of G e o r g e
5
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Steefel Brothers, Inc.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1931
THIRTY ALDMNAE
MEET AT REUNION
Short News Notes
Dr. Risley Lectures On How
Well-Bred Grandfather Acts
Dr. Wheaton To Be Chairman
Of Next Student-Faculty Tea
Dr, Olive W h e a t o n , assistant
Dr. A. W , Risley, head of t h e
college physician, will be t h e
history department, recently gave
Delta Omega sorority welcomes
chairman of t h e faculty-student
a special lecture on " H o w the Elinor Andre, Elizabeth Kautmcrer
tea to be conducted in t h e
well-bred, y o u n g
grandfather
Lounge, Tuesday.
Shirley Hartmann, '29, I s Elected
and Grace Welling, freshmen, info
should behave."
She will be assisted by D r
President of Gamma Kappa
Since Sunday, F e b r u a r y IS, he full membership.
H a r r y W . Hastings, c h a i r m a n of
Phi Alumni
has been " G r a n d p a " to Catherine
the
English D e p a r t m e n t , and
VISITS SORORITY
Marsh
Wood,
daughter
of
Mrs.
Hastings;
Miss
Laura
Thirty alumnae returned for the
Theresa M. Bedell, '30, was a weekCharles E. and Mary Belle RisT h o m p s o n , instructor in home
ley W o o d .
M r s . Wood, D r
annual reunion of Gamma Kappa Phi
end guest at Sigma Alpha sorority
economics; Mr. Milton P r u e , a s Risley's daughter, is a g r a d u a t e
sorority, which was conducted last
house. Miss Bedell, who was presisistant instructor in chemistry
of Smith college and did gradand M r s . Prue: Mr. Rutherford
week-end. They were entertained by
dent of the sorority last year, is teachuate work at State college several
Baker,
instructor in physical edua dinner at the sorority house Friday
ing English at Baldwin, Long Island.
summers a g o . Mr. Wood is a
cation; Dr. Guy Hilleboe, w h o is
graduate of D a r t m o u t h univer- \
night, a dinner at the De Witt ClinT
O
H
A
V
E
M
E
E
T
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I
carrying
on a clinic research in I
ton hotel Saturday night, and a tea I sity.
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Milne high school, and Mrs.
at the sorority house Sunday afterDelta Chapter ol I , (,a,uma Mu, m i I e b o c > M i s s H e l e n e C r o o k s !
noon. A business meeting was connational honorary social science tr.itsupervisor of practice teaching in
entity,
will conduct a meeting Tue-.French; and Miss Lydia Johnson,
ducted Saturday morning.
day
night
at
which
further
plan-,
will
supervisor of practice teaching in
The speakers at the banquet were:
be made for the open Inruiu discus'.' atl11 ;
Marion Fox, '29, toastniistress, Arsinn <>f social science in March, acmine Foster, '28, retiring president
The Young Men's Christian assoof the alumnae association, Goldena
- ' ' - l i n g to Elizabeth Mnriar.y, '3\. Mr. Harteil
To
Speak
ciation of the College is giving the j president of the fraternity.
Hills, '28, supervisor of mathematics
opportunity for those members who
— in Milne junior high school, Betty
pledged to give a certain sum of
CONDUCT CLASSES
George II. Marten, representative
Kautter, '31. president of the sorority,
money as their membership fee to
Wilhelmiiia Schneider, Alice Splaii of the l iregg I'ublMiiim company, win
and Shirley Hartmann, '_"'. new presipay, according to Genrgc Graff, '3(1. : n i ( l ' " ' b i g Mcl'nnuell. seniors, cm
was guest speaker of the commerc,
dent of the alumnae association. Mr.
HI > edu- club la-t semester,
Early last semester the campaign for ( l t u ' k ' ( i l , r - Hilton (
will -peak >>r
Paul Sheats, instructor in government,
this wee
iriug his ••Method., nt Teaching Shorthand" at
members was started, but ..wing '." ration 2
and Mrs. Sheats were micsts at the
regular
irk ivib the next business meeting of the chf
certain delavs the monev was not col- ahsence.
dinner Saturday night.
,: , K 1
lected.
'
•
"' ' " ""•
on Thursday, March 12, Gcrtrudi
Those attending the reunion were:
Sixty-live
men studenthave
A R F r.TlFQT*;
Vera ('omstoek, '1-1. F.dith de (irool
, , " , , ,
,
• , . , - .
.
UUlibli)
Olivette, '31, pre-idenl, announced to
Irwin, '15. Mildred Meserve Ovitt, '-'0. pledged themselves in the lir-t pari
| k . U y |>„| V( . r •«. |.;| t . a ,„, r Vail, •_.., (] , (v
Jane Sctdlen Murphy, 'JO, Hazel Row- of the campaign, but only twenty-five
,
; teaching in inline- High
' \ i , . •,.,,-,.,,
.,
..,,-,
• ' ' • H ' " 1 ' " « " •'">•".«'«; I'«.".lley, '2(1, instructor in physics, Edna have paid their lees. The .-urn of school, Mildred Living-ton, J-'31
l,r t
S25.5U was collected while S48.75 still aiHl Ellen Malmney, ex-'.tf, were ' "
| '"••""IITWI by .Sc.nors m SecurClass, '20.
•i T I i i . ,i •
. week-end eue-t- at I'ta Phi sororitv
'"!- I eaehmn Po.-iti.ins. '
I he budget this vear .
'-",
' '" > " " " " . '
Katherinc Collier, '21. Cora Me- remains unpaid.
,
,,
,
, •
house recently,
serve, '11. Pauline Maker, '11, Mar- amounted to tSJ.fl). and in or.ler to
inn (line. '13, Susan Collier, '13, Mil- complete the program planned this
WILL CONDUCT MEETING
dred Kuhne U'ilsey, '24, Helen Forbes, year the whole of this amount is
Alpha Phi Gamma will conduct a
RETURNS FOR VISIT
'24, Mildred Currie, '25, Anne F.vans necessary. The V. M. C. A. sponsors meeting Monday night at 7:30 o'clock
Dorothy Cole, '29, was a recent
Harvith, 'IS, Grace Brown Playford,
th
4
the banquet for freshmen which was ','' >' ''""-v ,'' ••"'cording to Alfred week-end guest at Kappa Del
'26.
iritv ,house.
,
', i ,
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I'- Hasch, 31, president,
I he Ira- ,,.;,,.
Olive Scholes, '17, Florence Vernon conducted last semester, expenses lor .
t c r n i t y n i a v ,,,.,,, t , , j t ., | m | , | i c . a t i „ n ,,,
Sage. '17, Dorothy Huhne, '17. Milrepresentativeto
conferences,
state
the
Albany
Evening
News
soon,
dred Schmitter Ladd, '17, I larriet
MORRIS
Overhaugh Timmers, '17, Goldena and national council due-, and as- Basch said.
Bills, '28, Edna Kempc, '2H. Armine semhlv speakers.
Candy
Shop
Bernard
Kerhel,
'33.
and
Grenfell
V
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I
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S
C
O
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L
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G
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Foster, '28, Shirley Hartmann, '29.
M j s s F.dith Savage. Dean of WoMarion. Fox, '29, Dora Dadnnm, '29. Rand, '34, were assigned to the task;
2
2
2
Central
Ave.
Lucv Milas, '1'), Bettv Raton Gray, of collecting the deficient pledges, ac- men at Massachusetts State Normal
cording to Graff.
School, was a visitor at State College
'29, Dorothy Burdick, ex-'Jl.
Just
a
r
o
u
n
d
the
c
o r n e r above
•
| on Tuesday. Miss Savage was here
stu,ly
nieth (ls f , c a d l i n
Robin
Y.M.C.A. BEGINS
ANNUAL CAMPAIGN
TO COLLECT FEES
Again At Club Meeting
Graduates Are Visitors "'
'""" " "
«MISS HUNT TO BE
At
College
This
Week
WEEK-END VISITORS
CHAIRMAN OF 1931
,
. ,
.
,
Margaret Wadswortb, '311, Kathermembers ot the class of
Hainsworth. '30, Dorothy OuackSPANISH CARNIVAL 1930Several
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Myskania announces the names of
mil ollencicr
trcslinien who ai
against tradition.
They a r e : Elizabeth Arnold, t elia
Bishop, Irene Bovver, Muriel Heninn. Shirley I 'iaiuond, 11 (den Kluge,
Irene I .ev in-tein, I lara N'arnskv,
Marion
Pike. Rose Sovik, and
M iriou Welch
&
Miss Hickey Appoints
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ARE
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Of Second Offenders
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t n Hlsh|
30| A | v c e
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Sundaes 10c
Fdith Hunt, '31, will he general! College tin- week. I he pub he schools, I j ( . r n i c ( . H u p k i n ; ._,„_ w m , w , , k . n l l l
chairman of the annual Spanish car- were not in session on Monday, winch v j s jt,, r s : ,t [j e t a / e f t sororitv
nival to be conducted in the audi- | was celebrated as Washington's birth-J
toriuni of Page hall, Friday night,; day, and consequently the graduates
C. H. BUCKLEY THEATRICAL ENTERPRISES
April 11, according to Elaine Hitch-! who are now teaching were able to
cock, '31. president of Spanish club. visit school,
The entertainment will he much more
The members ol the class of 1930
elaborate than in previous year-.. who were here in. hide six members
Florence Friedman, '31. will direct it. of last year'- Myskania. These were:
BLEECKER HALL
The program will include a stunt b\ Bettv I liani.ind. editor-in-chief of the
the faculty.
193f.' Pedagngue; Ann. Moore, former
NOW
Other committee'- and chairmen a r e : pre-idenl oi the debate council ; Maradvertising. Kvclvu Armstrong, '33. ion Butt.i, former president ol the stuflowers and hallom. Helen Ucunisoii- dent association; Katherinc Graham,
Whecler, '34; ti.kcts a.id programs.! former president of the dramatic and
GRETA
GEORGE
Eleanor Kelleher, '31 ; ami nomina- art council; Jane Fnrmanck, former
tion-, Ruse Baxter, '31. The Spanish finance manager m the \T vv s ; and
GARBO
Grai
e
Brady,
a
former
officer
of
the
queen, a senior, will he cmwned at
O'BRIEN
the carnival. She will -non he nomin- student association. I Ither memberIN
ated by the student association. I ler of the class wlm vi-iled were: Theresa
identity, a- well as that of her at- Bedell. Margaret Wad-worth. Rather
"INSPIRATION"
tendant-, will he kept -ei ret. The me I Iain-worth, hormhv (JuaekeuWITH
attendant-, a Monde and brunette from bilsh, \ l v . e Barber, leannette H a m
each r l a - . will hi cho-cn b\ a com - n, -.ira!i Yati'ec, and Mildred I ,„,|..
ROBERT
4
hi
member"i
l,,nn.
r
,
la--ewlm
muter. M i - Hitch, nek -aid.
"FAIR WARNING"
visited Ih, ( nlleee in, bide: I lertnulc
MONTGOMERY
Hall, '-"'. former president of th.
,Iranian, and art , mill, il ; I amliue
Schleii h. '2'., I,,nner pre-idenl of th.
CirK'
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Helen Koliel, 31
Eleanor
'_"'. and
Dr. Bernard J. Bamberger, Rabbi
of the Temple Beth Emeth in Albany,
was the guest speaker at the recent
Mcnorab society meeting, conducted in
the Lounge in Richardson ball. His
topic, "Some Problems of the Jew in
the University," was the subject of
the discussion which followed his talk,
the second in a series of lectures being
sponsored by the Menorab society.
Rabbi Leo Schwartz of Puughkeepsie
will give the third lecture on Sunday,
March 8, according to Marion Weinberg. '31, president.
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