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StateCollege News
Vol.. XV No. 24
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHEKS, ALHANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, MARCH 27,
DELEGATES VISIT
PRINCETON TODAY
Sqring Recess Begins Today
Classes To Convene April 7
Spring recess will begin at 5 :05
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following
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w i l l he c o n -
o ( I n ide the u inner of the live p o i n t s ,
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hi, ted
ue.ndine
l,;
the t e a m ; pitcher, catcher,
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, , : he t h r e e t r a c k
meetthis
spring
-etl b e h i n d t h e h a t t h i s I K
,,. I I I . . two ol w h u h
w i l l be i n t .
year, Coach linker t h e t h i r d an a l l - l ' o r - g l o r .
O M I U T lirooks
will
.•!• 1 1
idled ,,„
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,
inlcrclass
rivalry
o p h o i u o r e and i i e - h i i i a n classes
here is a m p l e testiiiioiiv o f ' t h c intercs'l
lla-el.all practice will start right m a " ; ' " ( ' r
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-P'Tts.
I he
of stude,,!- i n w o r l d p o l i t i c s .
, , „ • „ , , v a c a l i l ) 1 1 a t R i d g e l i e l d l>r"W»
» ' n >'<""P"-.' track meets.
a f t , r
;1VI'
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,.,. ( .
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c ICKCV
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are p r e s e n t i n g t h e
contiimiue
Hi.' inti a-nmral
sport
oi Colombia,
a South announced today.
policetinwinter
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American
republic,
to the a T h e r e a r e l o u r p o s i t i o n s t o he l ' i l " " 1 ' "
sen,hied
delegate-,
both
at the
plenary
session
which
will
take
p l a c e t o d a y a n d a t r o u n d t a b l e sessimis.
Nearly ever\ c o u n t r y in t h
w o r l d w i l l he r e p r e s e n t e d b y s t u dent-.
The d e l e g a t e s
are:
lawm i c e ('. X c w c . n n b . C. W a i t e r D r i
ell.
and I), .ngla- I.in...hi. s e n i o r . ,
and K e n n e t h V Miller and (leorge
I'. Rice, j u n i o r s .
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STATE COLLEGE NKWS. FRfDAY, MARCH 27, 1931
C i . Q i . a
O l
d l C
(~^ t \ \ \ a fY d
V ^ U l l t J ^ t J
^ ^ C* n r c
1^1 C W 8
Kstabllshed in 1916 by the Class of 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for Teachers
a n c
' nothing more.
B u t while we pretend t h a t stu
dent r e p r e s e n t a t i o n m e a n s something, that t h e will
f the majority should be considered r a t h e r than
peremptorily' overruled, we would then have t h e right
to demand that t h e s t u d e n t s ' representatives be consulted in m a t t e r s pertaining to student
interests.
Regulations would be received for belter if they
emanated from a student organization r a t h e r than
being wished on t h e S t u d e n t body by so superior
a force.
(From T H E CONCOUDIECSIS)
Appearance And Ability To Converse
Are Best Assets Of Teacher Applicant
It is a s s u m e d t h a t every
A presentable appearance and t h e viewer.
ability to participate in intelligent applicant holding a d e g r e e from a
reputable
college h a s t h e ability and
conversation
a
r
e
t
w
o
of
t
h
e
most
THE N E W S BOARD
valuable assets that an applicant subject m a t t e r necessary to work
M ILLER
Eclitor-in-Cliicj
NETTA
satisfactorily
in m o s t positions for
for
a
teaching
position
can
have,
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Dr. ('. E d w a r d J o n e s , superintend- which he will be r e c o m m e n d e d , Dr.
GEORGE P, R I C E
Managing
Editor
J
o
n
e
s
declared.
F a c u l t y opinion,
455 Elk Street
ent of the A l b a n y school system,
CATHERINE E. BRODERICK
Associate Managing
Ediioi
told the m e m b e r s of Kappa I'hi character, religious affiliations, and
3100 Sixlh Avenue, Troy, Telephone Troy 6621-J
Kappa, national
honorary
educa- family b a c k g r o u n d a r e a m o n g the
AUDREY FLOWERS
Advertising
Manager
vrK
ri N T0
tional fraternity. Monday night in i m p o r t a n t c o n s i d e r a t i o n s which the
Page Hall, 131 South Lake Avenue, Telephone 6-6482
the
L o u n g e of Richardson
hall. superintendent will investigate.
ANDREW A. HRITZ
Finance Manager
D v y V . y i \ J j i
PROSE H A S Coon QfAi.triES
N o n - m e m b e r s of the fraternity aiso
201 North Lake Avenue, Telephone 6-5810
Confidence b e t w e e n the superinattended.
ALEXANDER SCIIOOR
Feature Editor
tendent and t e a c h e r is essential if
1114 Central Avenue, Telephone 3-7616
By Frederick C.
An Introduction to American Prose.
Die male applicant for a position ; the best results a r e t o be
Prescott and Gerald D. Sanders.
Ir. S. Crofts and should be well-groomed, he said. Dr. J o n e s said.
" T h e supcrintendCompany, New York. 757 pages. $.1.00.
His clothing should be neat, but ent wants you to succeed in your
anil Hernard Kernel, sophomores. JCNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
not showv. his shoes should be | work.
His reputation rests upon
Ruth Urezec, Frances Keller, and llessie Levine. Kr.roR mis:
One of the latest, and therefore one ol the must coin- whined,
and his face
properlv vottr work, and if you have the
Vera limns, '32, Clara Allan, Abide Diiinuen, Harriet Dunn,
plete hooks dealing with American prose literature, is s | i n v c . | , i
"Jf ,-, m a n f,lu|s | u . c a n ' _ opportunity to obtain a bettor po-iS;rv!cel nil'"!~'';,n,ih'"L-1m'a",Styn' kdith" T ^ T r ' and Ilchn this book which covers a period of two hundred years of |
|, e fore an interview, it j ticui, the s u p e r i n t e n d e n t will have
n o t
siiavp
Waller
e, s„|,l.„n,„res.
llrsi.NKss STAFF: Lloyc! \\ . .lone,.
would be well for him to grow a enough professional interest to ,,,•ASSISTANT literary production in this country.
Jean Watkins, and Mary Uoherty, sophomores.
ISCSIXESS MANAOKHS: I-I anees Mazar" and Helen Rolicl, juni.irs.
The most commendable features of the volume is the beard." | ) r | o n e s s a j d .
cede rhecrfullv to voiir request for
obviolis intention ol the authors to give to American j
• • \ | w , . | v , | < n m v w | n a t v , „ , f | e s i r e release." he declared.
Published every Friday in the college year by the Editorial
Dr. limes concluded bv giving ,-,
Hoard representing (lie Student Association. Subscriptions, $2.25 writers the appreciation and position which they deserve t n s a v | , ' c f „ r e t . n t C rinK into a conin world literature.
\ successful attempl is made to v c , - s a t i o n , " | l c s a j f | » a s j , u . j ] | , a v c warning to the men who expected
J g V T
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^ ^ T n L ^ - a ' r ' p o s i o . , ^ place before American students the best material that t ) c ) ( ] ] , ] u , , p e a | < e r a n c | , | u . libellers administrative positions to be par_
I constitutes their literary heritage from centuries past. ' e m b a r r a s s m e n t . "
j ticularlv careful that their relations
The VEWS does not necessarily endorse sentiments expressed j After reading it. one ran no longer see the necessity ol
|f a l n ; mis marrj(.,|
., superiii- with
women
teachers
he eh irlv
T~) r ~ ^ r ^ L ^ Q ' ' • "'" <" " '
AMERICAN
" ' r i S ' t S 5 a r ^ l n T i T ' r i r ' i ' f c ? i i r n , ! ? ! ; ; ' ; f v w s • !" r "!!"f ','•' K n R l i s h w r i l . r s f " r c x a m l , I w ' " l h e w o r k l ' s tendent is alwavs interested in get- professional, at least in the school
h ,
AnonyUt^
r a r y '"»•<««?'««•
, - ( . , a , , | . lunlding.
l h
firs,
hail(|-i1lf(inil.lti„n
I lie student rail readily evaluate the literature ol 111- j | ) R j , ; , w j , - ( .
Many M u . n i : i l , |„.
guarantee lo print any or all communications.
"
'nation bv noting the work presented in this volume. He ;,,,i,, r „i
,,,-oi',..^;,,,i-,'ll,
i,,. d,,.,v * * i r » n r\ s\ • « r» n T- r > r >-.
S
'•"""--•• " v " " - ' • ' A " T ' ' ' " " ' • " U m ' ""••••dway-l...,l 4-22-7 . ,.,.,„ l i m l c r s l a m | l h ; l t | hiw.linr,,,, , •„,, and Melville can
fe'1
'^ [)r iracteri-lie'
15 ARE
COMPETING
ai. ^
Vol. XV No. -M he compared favorably with their Knglish contempor- ,„, i m l i t , , t ( . ( | .
rysp
JITZDATIIDP
A!!fflMy_._>LX
March 27, 1931
a n e s ; that Prc.scolt and Parkman rank high among the
Scholarship ithe
tUK
Li ILKA
I UKt
is not
not one
o u r of
,,i tli
Scholarship
I, I V \ l S ( i | \ ( ) \ V [ T >
OOIC.CCMO, century
. . : , , „ , , historian-:
,„.-,,.., .,.,.-. that
, , „ , , Lincoln
,.
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. master
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nineteenth
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|,,r
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I\I\.U..^ imww
c i
, , | !„-,,.,. : ;„ u i thai : i H . ! b ( . , , | values inn-l place many
Is it possible that the students of Stale college are \merican hooks JIIVHIB the significant I ks of the n n
i
m
DfCI T V
l-'ifiei n maiiii-i ripr b.o.e hi i n
,
......
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,
,. world's best literature.
UK. A . W.
K l j L t l
mined in oinpeiilioti for I'M i
g r o w m n u p . Willi t h e com net ol t h e w o v o u n g c r
, , , , - . ,
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Ah "I die selection.-, pre-entetl have hern l a r e t u l h
i nnDFCCrC
CIVTV
Loveneheini award in FIIUM-II
classes during these strained times of mterclass rivalry ^i,,,^.,, ; m , | ,.,,-,. m i | y reprt-ettlative of their period-.
AUUlitOOtO
OlA I I
as evidence, one might almost come to that conclusion. { Heginning with Jonatlian Fdwarcl-, the Now Fngland
The general childishness which usually mark- the con- mini-ter. and contiimine down, we read of the works of
te-ts has, as a rule been absent this vear
Jefferson. Washington Irving, Kmer-on, Thoreau. I lawly juniors attended the class thana that of pa-l year-." Mr I!
....
, ,
,
, - , " ' ,
,
tllorue, Poe. Holme-, Lowell, W'eh-ler, Pre-cott. I'arkr meeting condticteil in the cafe- ings -aid. The committee oi jn.|
Ihe debate between the treshman and sophomore , | ) a | K M d v i i k . , I.iiu-ohi, Whitman. Hale. Twain, Urn
will he ;t|
inted by l ) r I l a - t i n e n
classes tin- morning hears witness to this beliei.
Uoes j | lartc. Adams, Henry .lame-, Sarah ( Irne lewett. M a n >ena la-t night at .v.itl
w e e k , a n d t h e w i n n e r will in
not a debate entail more mental exercise than a song? Wilkin- freeman, Joel Chandler Harris, l.ai'eadio I learn, .online to Cert rude t o r
iiimieui e'licnl d . o
n i | |
N'ot to be forgotten are the battles of la.-t fall.
Let I ! : U | 1 l - l n u ' 1 ' N l " r t ' ' " • M "nry. Kdith Wharton. Willa (.fal chairman.
I)r Adna W. Ki-ley,
"'llie pri'zi
f > - ' ; oil. wbii h will
us hope that with the eomitiH of spring old animorities ' ; .l-f r ' ' " " • s ! u j[ w "" 1 . • "derson.
|
|,j,|,„- v dcparlmeilt, -poke awarded for the be-t pro-,- in or,;-. r;,i
( n|- (
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Where not lullv printed, -tones arc well reprr-inlril
• . '
• , • , - , •
i - , , , . -,„„,
!
1 1
will be forgotten, and a spirit of real rivalry will be m ( | K . excerpts chosen l,y ih c author-.
They have also ! " 'be l l ; 1 - ' - " " ' b ' ' J".vs ol junior'is':-i--n"
L-une
" ' Loveiihlhe gill olf
adopted.
prefixed valuahlc hiograiihical dala of the various writers'
During the business meeting a li
\in-liTilain, and i- given in honor ,
| lives and interesting and explanatory notes concerning the fr,m, | ),.,•„, Anna I-".. Pierce, as I
hi- mother, Leah Loveuheiin.
< ) \ ' D O L L A R !'.()( ) K S
j writings. These features make the volume de-irable for
nll\ coinmittee, was read askKatherine ('ornish, '.ill, won li
vv
K l :i!,s
lna a
U
room
iifile educational world in general and s t u d e n t s in
-r'|K. ,,|ialit\-' and variety of material iire-euted in this
~ ' ' ' ''
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P ' • - schedule prize la-t year.
naterial presented in d
particular have given much time to the discussion volume ha- been highly praised by Miss Katherine K. for next year, giving a preferred date ___
of the merits and demerits of the dollar book.
Re- Wheeling, assistant prolcvair of h'.iigli-h. who scanned i',,r each of its proposed senior affair-,
r A A /„», A
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t h e hook for t h e Y e w s
ll s h o u l d m a k e -i d e s i r - i h l e a n d
,
(j.A.A.
Introduces
rmg-roni,'
b
cently a Boston bookseller gave some interesting in- 1 | H , " " " r .. .
.
- ' ' , ! , ••""I a n alternate date.
A committee
. . . .
,
, ,
n
formation on t h i - snhierl
valuable addition to the shell ol any bnghsh major or
, n , „ J : n „ „ | i„. ,,„. ,„.,. :,,,.,„ . , . , . .
As Women S Indoor
Sport
t o r m a t i o n on this subject.
minor and would not he ami-s among the library .d anv " a - appointed In the president to a i t
r
An u n w a r r a n t e d a m o u n t of publicity h a s been given college student
" " the letter.
In addition, plans for
' " ' ' ' " ' : ' ""J""1,"!""' " ", u "
.
,
.
,
,
,
.
,
,
men was introduced last week al
the books which really represent about two p e r rent
_
the class councillor ami for the class
, , K . ^ ^ m A n{ , | R , , . ^ X l i
of all book- published.
Secondly, there are three
em were discussed.
letie A s - o i i a t i o u
when
l h e m ,\
separate and distinct classes of dollar book-.
Then
Miss Cora was toaslmistre-s for
ping-pong set which ha- been pur
AT JUNIOR DINNER ^ B ^ l ^ i ^ ^ t
consist
of reprint-
from
the better
class of
THE STATESMAN
fiction
reprints of popular non-fiction; and new fiction
was
has never before been presented to the public in hook
|!v \{\\
form.
dollar
book
has proved
of great
value
as a
medium of placing literature of the better type before
a
public
which
would
ordinarily
be limited
in it-
p u r c h a s e - by linancial restrictions.
1'liert. i- a certain obligation on the part of uublishers and hookto present .mlv hooks of the
le best
best tvpe
type to
reader-,
make
' l h e public;. I MII of dollar I
possible
Worthless
marl.
Much
book's
of
Naturally, llie-e I
k- would ea
large
and "pot boilers"
uiiiulurs
,,n ihc 1:1.!
ks will littiI
of the existing: i ritici-m
lhe -turdy
lure.
the dumping
would
r, fi|s,il ,,f the people
t,. Inly
In i
"
po ,y lit,
!
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. : o .a , lolhine. bul .,
u l i e r p r o l c h b will ind
ii
I ii-, riiioiiali.ni inu-l be m , , | if the dollar b
lueiuber
angered
lli..l
then
by t h e a p p . i n nl
11 i-. tb, ,|iit.>
-|
a l l , iupt
Inc. i. •: •
-a i .• i>
' \pel i. in , and bis ind-iii, ,,| ,,i !,..,,I
ol
hu . :
m
of An-
•:,!• i l! .0
association
w.i
The set in, bides a recoil.,n
,/e mal and two sets of r:n ki I •
.\ll persons who would like lo b,
candidates for the ping-pong \ai
and aim. A tournameul will l„
conducted if sufficient inter.-! an,
abilil\ i- shown
M;t'r\ Trela. '.i.i. is in , hare, .
Roman Divorce Is Title
ANNUAL MUSEUM
Of Meeting Discussion TR1P F0R CLASSES
in h n o r . c
s-ion .,! Ill
TUBE APRIL 16-19
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Calendar
,ib
<>ia-cd by the
liiioii -iraled.
are u n a m • t v , , n , | - i,..o:,l.o
to p n , n l In -
manlier,
\U,
,1 la lhe
Yul
try in.,
Hall,
The enter-
111 ii-i
'I here i i a \ c be, 'I t l l l i i - w in ll t i n i i n . o i c , 1 :\ i I > ii
been
speaker.
tainment, under the direction
CHI.I.Iv
i- to be as \..limbic a- p,,-sihli
ha-
and Dorothy
the class
W as
ir buy
tani-h
dinner,
rs were able to "etie Lewis, '.i_\ included a prophecy
surprising to in.ii- thai I
vd from leaving the Troll- ol where the prominent juniors would
prevent the majority of the i mwd
hadmir -how the ol
the unusual denionstrati
prohahb be attrihuted to tin- fail that thev were - t r i \
: "
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ing for a plan- in lhe inti-i. :tl r.,niedy and in order I
e guests ol the d a - - . Marion t u b
obtain -uch a place, ii i- ueie--ar\ lo measure up to th
rl and Xella Miller, the Mv-kania
-lan.lards established by l l i e t ,
\ . \ , Incidentally, there ,-|a
were a couple ol r e p r e s e n t a l i n - present I n m l I . \ . A
f lhe d a s who were scouting for some prospective material.
trust that lhc\ wi re able to find a few of the bo\ - win
would as, end or descend to the standard-.
It
The
the
wbicl
I hi 1,11.
to, , i n n , hoi
I I - , . i l .,! o an
h h l c I. , |
. i.it.
In Id lo , . , . . , , , , , / , ,] ,
held oil lh. ,,10,pi
n u m b , r ,.i , in ..II. ,1
,,| lh
I lo ..III.
,, . loe
the
was - how n u .e. ll' ,t I. fell. d to the I ul, Ural, i uil\
loiin, il before publii atioii, or afterwards i-,r
.id
.-ration
W e feel that n i h a n g c s are to be made in
college activities controlled by the fraternities, wishes
of the I n t c r l r a l c n i i t y council dlouhl be considered in
all fairness.
If the opinion of the student.-' councils
and committees, and the views of t h e student body
arc not considered, then these organizations a r c
merely figureheads, and should be recognized a-, that
ARK
N l AV M I . M L b k
Today
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Mild, 111
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T u e s d a y , April 7
amer, l.i.l, s.iuiulei . hi,, Pin
H 111 a in
i lasses resumed.
file coininillee wi-lu- to impress the inemhers of the
team with the fact that because ol their lolly position,
W e d n e s d a y , April 8
tins should not uinsider it ju-lili, alion for snobbery.
further, they should co
lit their adherence lo training
I ,i :.ill-5 :(ll)
Student-faculty tea.
u.l avoid as much as possible association with | |
Lounge, Kiehardsou hall.
State men.
I
I
I l l n l i H . l . i i i a ' i i , '.i.i
n,t I , , ,
• s h o r . w , '.-;i, n i l
1 in.mh
VISIT SOKOWITY
K .,1 In rm.
II.on -wo,il,
'.in. an
I lorou.e Loll,,. '.'«. were re.,-nil
week .u.l guests at liela / e t a -ol'.n'
ll\ house.
MEMBER
j Alpha
Kb.i
| Mabel Cihiiau,
bership.
WELCOMED
sorority
'.il, into
welcome
full mem
3
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1931
50 ARE NOMINEES
FOR '33 OFFICERS
The University of Toronto, through
its publicity bureau, has recently made
arrangements
with
Rudy
Vallee
whereby the university hymn promises to become as great a nuisance as
a certain other song which was once
dear to the hearts of the graduates
and undergraduates of a well-known
New England university, savs the
McGill University Daily.
S o p h o m o r e s Conduct A Meeting |
T o Choose Candidates
F o r N e x t Year
Fifty nominations for officers for the
class of 1933 fur next year were made
at a meeting conducted Tuesday noon
under the supervision oi the Myskania class guardians, Franees Virginia Peck and Camlyn Kclley.
The names must he posted fur two
school weeks helore elections may he
conducted, Myskania announced.
The nominees a r e : president, J.
Bruce h'ilhy, Klizabeth I ionlon, liernard Kerhel, and liertha Huhl ; vicepresident, Katherine Moore, John Detlefson, liertha Huhl, and h'rances McMahon; secretary, Marie Judd, Dorothy Ihircy, Ah ina Lewi-. liernanl
Kerhel. anil Veronica Crowley.
t/^Tc/",
P-r-tA/^KQ
Treasurer. Ralph llarri-. Marguer'rofessor Jesse F . Stinard.
ite Buchanan, Alvina Lewi-. William
i' «• hi NMIII*. i (U'!>;irl'mni
( ollins, and Katherine Loim ; song
i return to lake ch'irg. o l l i L
leader, Katherine Long, and Helen
- - I - in the College aftei .1
t romie : i heer Icadt r, t lay I, HI Stew•n-.-K-i.-d i l - n c e due f, ilh.es..
_ _ir_ | i t | .
,„,,„,„,,,. ,„al,|
I.Mward tovn'e. Ellen Murpl,',. I've^ JESSE
F. STINARD
l.vn Arn.slr
J. Ahhie Diniieen. Oilj ( \ DCQIIMV
ft A CC
l
U
d
Uawnond
H
a
n
i
.
ntdLmL
ILAM
hert De l.aur
Girl's athletic manager, Mar\ 'I rel
Martha Shcehan. Laura >tv u, .11
Katherine
il v
men'- athlel
manager, Ralph llarri-,
I. Brii.
l-illiv, Gilbert De Laura ; repre-enl
live on Cirl's Alhlelii
a-ocialii
council, Marie Judd. I atherine Baker.
Naomi
Albrecht.
DoriWilli:,,,,-.
Katherine Moore, and Bett> Conlon.
Representative- on n u n ' - aihleti.
council, Gilbert Del.aura. Kalph liarris
. Raymond llarri-. Bcujainin Ing r a h a m ; reporter, Oomiln
Dure>,
Alvina Lewi-, Kuth Revnol.N, and
Laura Slvn; student association cheer
leader, Gertrude Sawyer and ( la.Mon
Stewart; and student a
ratio,, - , „ , ,
leader, Helen Cronne and Kathernu
Long.
G.A.A. ANNOUNCES
HONORARY VARSITY
FOR BASKETBALL
HERE AND THERE
Twelve students were announced as
the girl's honorary varsity basketball
scpiad at the annual award dinner conducted by the Girl's Athletic association in connection with the alumnae
reunion last week end. Miss Isabelle
Johnston, head of the physical education department,
announced t h e
srptad.
But Rudy doesn't scent to he very
popular at llarvawl, if we are to
judge from
recent
news reports.
America's sweetheart, needing some
new material to croon to his innumerable feminine admirer-, asked permission of Harvard to use a few of
iu collegiate ballads. The Harvard
Crimson, Harvard daily, answered
with an editorial that thanked Heaven
that I harvard had escaped being made
a subject fur well-meant
-nickers
throughout tin country.
The students chosen a r e : Frances
Virginia
Peck, Margaret
Cussler,
Beatrice Van Steenburgh, and Winifred llurlbut, seniors; Alice Gihlin
and Elizabeth Jackson, juniors; Katherine Moore. Mary Trela, and Katherine Van Valkcnburgb, sophomores;
j and Mary Moore, Elizabeth K a m 1
merer, and Doris Bell, freshmen.
The varsity players were presented
with gold chevrons as their honorary
In contrast to the above a significant statement is found in The
,,
.
,
i . i i i
award. The members of last year's
Unanimously elected, Andrew
.
. •
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Ilritz, \U, will head
the j| honorary
also received
their
Maine Campus: T h e ^ " ^ J ™
VIUII'IK'Mc.i's'rhr'is't'ian
associaawards atvarsity
this time.
These were:
*•<» u tii'irc rnni'- than am nlnoi piece
.
^
.
.
.
with the exception of' the "Blue
Hon as president lor the coming
Marion Botto and Anne Moore, *30;
Danube," and in all probability the • v c ; " •
.Beatrice \ ' a n Steenburgh, Frances
-ales when linall> .omputed will he
"
. „ „ f „
\ irgiuia I'eek. and Marion I. Gilbert,
" " " " I 1" I"'"" -urpa-sed the older ANDREW
HRITZ
IS
seniors; Klizabeth Jackson and Vir'"'" '
COLLEGE
Y.M.C.A.
AlV'o 1 -'. ! : ! S i ' , > - j U n i ' > r s ; a n d K ^ h e r i n e
Women ai the Cuiver-ilv of Chic
nnVCtT\VMT
li""'ling awards were announced for
, , , „ | K I V , ,-,,„., ,1 ,„ -, n b e to the
1931-32
PRESIDENT
ten students bv Miss lohnslon. Those
1 hicago
I'hoeniN. the m-tilulfn , ,__.,
.,,
.,, , w | 1 ( , earned credit were:
Marion
% ,
(
\ i u l r e u A. Ilritz, 32, will he
nneared in presidenl of t h e -tucleiit
YouiiM Mary Trela, Dori- Williams, Alice
TO RESUME CLASS
WORK ON APRIL 7
Woodburne,
i T ' t o
a! ^ ' ^ ^
"
vear^accordrng to ^ r ^ t i ^ ^ Carey,
l } Esther
^
?
»""•":'• II:
l ' : " " ' *».<ton, 1 baritv Jones, and Annunctata
' . ' - • " " ' • ^ '"'••»•• li»fl.v ='• ' h e close
of Xebra-ka will ' ^ relirinj, pre side,,.;
. Costa,
homores; and Katherine
T l u , L',uver-i.>
1 the -pring r e > e - , according to eive clas>e- 111 home economics lor , I h e othe, ol I , r s a u , ; u c - r M , ,
; u
.
\v,,t, t|„. continual ,,l
M l
" l — m o Medina, instructor ,„ "V, rni'l - e. n
' a ing'niore urer. William Kelson, '34; secretar
tt
S,,,,,,,'-!,
Professor
Stinard h a s '"""" '
""' '
-pent the winter in LI rida and is
1, ,,,,.' 1 in,-,- 111,.11 milv re-eiilative
amid
Ha-well,
3-.
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|liiu
m M:inll.u.
x , . u . , , , . M . V , " ; " , ' " , , ' , " u""uv;„"j,,",;,'.
l . fV
i:h",in;
'li'onie l hthe
n : „ow
iSi -entativr,
- . . a t i v c 'Harold
Harold llasw
Ilaswell,
'32.
ft
NEW
CAPTAIN
,
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,•' ;, „t.,.vc. ;, .,„,, w a , | , I hey will assume office upon their
l
mi
" ' ^ -"•'H> iinpro\i.<i,
.
return from the Easter recess, ac"''
M i - Medina -aid.
me n N IUK i , _ _
cording to (iralT.
,
• , ,
\ L - - Meduia announced that she
\ „ „,,„-,„„• s a v s that college -Hi.H" I lcUnM'm'
! '.i W 3 f '' C "
„ , | | , , , ,,, \ , - w V „ r l C l t v , a „ , l ,|,i , s ,'d ,,', he rnpiired to re
Phi I »eha has appointed the follow- cent > those,, captain of the tenms
,,„,,-. 1 K .,- h a„-. to Porn, Pico, to
,,
' ble la es i, i l o r v . Most in*
mittees for intersororily hall: ran. 'V the emus squad accordmg
„•:»!>. if a des.rable position is '
„.
»• n a m , f their own. Marjorie Wilson, Wl, chairman .» to I ..... I, Kutherlord R. l a k e r .
awolable. \lth.,..«h -he has several
,
1 ,-,,'---0
leaching liist-.rv nu.-ic; Florence L.nmall. '31, favors;
' h e r e are nine men on the squad
poin.s toward- her doctor's degree, 1 , ' , ' k e e notice"'
' \ ' e r a Burns, '32, arrangements; Vir
bey a,T Charles Lyons and Russell
__
_- „
rw, „ r.
1
11 , ,
i
pi.a-, I.IKC one III...ee.
ii.,,,.i;,,, •;> IIOVVIT- • k'ntli Ludlu,,,, seniors; Car
arbox, GorHI M ugl.es, Jack Saroff, (Vincent
w
\ campus weekly new- reel is a Boyd. '33. taxi-: Edith Ja.
Sroka,
feature of the L'niversitv of W i s c m - program; Jean ( redle ,U, n fresh- I Chmielewski, and Anthony
This includes pictures of campus ments; Lrma Brown. 3-, invit: lion-; junior-: Sanford Leuinstein, '3^, and
M„
rations'.
Charles
Di.iihani,
'34.
• -.: ,s
'
and I lorri- I luiiuii'"
' ' •' '
——
b'ive games have been scheduled
'29,
Miss Ka.heriue I , Wheeling, -u- SHILLINGLAW,
pervisor of English in Milne I lie/
: for the iiel.nen, according to Mark
RECEIVES
POSITION
school, and Mis- Ll,/alieth >ha\e,
Curliss K'utenlier, '?i2. manager. J'wo
supervisor of hi-tor\ 111 Milne I hg
f llie c mK s wi
c layed n11 lhe
rv Aimt
irr v
int nn
av
school will -ail tomorrow morniiig t
be
spend their blaster vacation in the
Robert I. Shilliuglaw, '2'», former
,11,11..!, according to views expressed played away. The first opponent will
Bermuda islands.
Thc\ will leave ,,,-,,,, „,.,| ,,, , | u , ,,,-,,,,| , ;,„. . , , . „ .
Ili-lory should not be taught merely | Ir
.... ,
, , .... ,
, , , at the forum
'"-' Albany Law school on May 2 at
p;er 'Ls o„ We-l D.-tl, -tia-el at :H| i r ( | | h ^ s_ , ] ^
, H , , l U M . „f ,|,e lianung winch the |
15()'teachers, principals and Albany. On May 7 and 8, the netmen
n..(.nllv
•>cl.H-k
tin- ,.an,
mi.M ii.,-in.i.ia
. ,t^ ( - . ^ ^ J K-aniing of fads will gi ve the pupil, j ( , ;]Wjll, s U l ( k , n l s a i t n , d e d the seminar, | will be in Vermont where they will
Miss cm
Wheeling
and
- Shaver ele, led principal ol
„. ( | im , ,,, Mr. I larrv I. Linton, w h i l . h preceded the demonstration of meet Lniversily ol Vermont on May
will return M"iida> morning. April High School lot next year
_
ilual seventh grade class in social lS and Middlchury on May 9. T h e
at 11 -110 o'clock.
- u . . r e d - I h e o d o r e t a.s s.a v a•n t .. . .27.
- j lW]lUU
u e p u t y s.nperinteiideiit
u,
" •ol the Schei
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science taught by Miss Helen llalter, team will meet R. P. I. at Albany
(||
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M1
K
U
to his new
>
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supervisor of practice teaching in so- >m May 1... I he squad vyill close the
lit
o l Mdlhuglaw
. . .
Mu Milne lumor high season with a game with Dana college
11 was the announcement of speaker at 1
their 1 oiin on Mav
• election oi Lull, Steele and p .-mill Saturday.
a-oilu D o n , -enior- a- members
lli-lorv -Imiild be so taught that
lh, liis_.li -c
1 faculn
III. ..irdiual primiplc- .-I educalioli
C. H. BUCKLEY THEATRICAL ENTERPRISES
Alpha Epsilon I'll
ll,,- I,rand -11. h a- U M . edu.alioi, and vocational
Shilline
n L at H Go,-,. II
dinner
-I I n.iv ledge a n aim-, Mr. Linton " ' i i .1 lor 1!
,,- iinued 11,'e s . b c n e . l a d . -cl 1- offer
Schlachler.
'll.-m
W illiani
H, " - , 1 , 0 0 1 ' : , ! ,..,ir e- „l -o.ial -..ell.e 11, lhe junior
Ro.'.,L,,!
ii
r - ; l-Aelvn
Load
W bile Inch ..I !• and lh. , oiivei.tioiial lie
BLEKCKER H A L L
Sara
B r a n d . - , Si
C.ie d i t o r i l l - I o n llbje, I- 111 lhe -elnor leg I LM-a-leand Ida \ \ enirr. .1
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l h e 1 LU
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Illi-Ulher-llip
',-i'i''' |nii, .n"i' ' i-ion d'.'p'i.lu.'Ul . 1 Vhan\ lueh
Phi kappa
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':, - , i 1. d...- .1..1 l..h,-..- thai lh. - u l
FRI.—SAT.—MON.
ALL WEEK
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I - l-'LIM •.;..,.. - n r - . ha- .In.- lar a-; ••">'
ll 1 Rh., n a l , milv.
ph I...I .1 purpo-e oi , u,,..i -,
"THE
DANCERS"
ICllh I ..!,'•.
"THE PASSION
With
MolL Is.on
LOIS MORAN
,:'., II
Hall
FLOWER"
PHILLIPS
HOLMES
, ,. . . ' il ll
TUES.—WED.—THUR.
With
pan.-'h. w , l l \ ' e " u n ! e
::::^^:;r\r: —„.«•.«-H. r ,,,e,,,,,,- s. LEVINSTEIN, '33,
FOR TENNIS TEAM
Two Of Faculty To Visit ^/Z"^"l^T™
Bermudas For Vacation
turiTw
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''" "'"'' ' ' '' ^
>on
AS NEW PRINCIPAL
Civic^Education, Vocal Knowledge
".
M-,^
. i_j, . y - Q ,lv, ., i- ,f ' " ',' ' P
Are History Aims, riarry l^inton cdya u,dgedeid court and three win
Sorority Receives Six
At Formal Initiation
HAEMANUS
LELAND
PALLADI
IVrsiiiiuiitv Ui)bs-Kin«er Wavinn - I'ormnneni WuviiiK
Sa\ inus Haul, Bid)
I N . IG.nl SI
I .Id..J
)HEfJ"F fc" l J tAf.i. Sr
LU \ . I ' e a l l S l .
Id-Mi
"GIRLS DEMAND
EXCITEMENT"
KAY JOHNSON
KA.Y I-RAN CIS
(HAS.
BICKl-'ORD
I ,,,,„ Kathleen Morris' Nov,.I
Willi
JOHN WAYNE
VIRGINIA CHERRILL
SIS-HOODS-CAPS !2
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i oil, gl I I. pi.
Mlv.iny, N.V.
M
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Smart
Coats - Hats - Dresses
nuiiLiuii hi rut ol
WATCH FOR THE OPENING
Tor
at
of BOYER'S
SANDWICH SHOP AND CAFETERIA
Girls and Misuses
Gym
logs - Hosiery
114 Central Avenue Corner Lexington
LET US SERVE YOU AS WE SERVED RUSSELL SAGE
WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT OF OPENING DATE
DOLLARS
Steefel Brothers, Inc.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1931
WOMEN DEBATERS
UPHOLD NEGATIVE
Miss Stokes To Be Chairman
Of Tea On Wednesday April 8
"What Price Beauty" Is Teaching Of Commercial Geography Is
Theme Of Exhibition Of Library School
Mr Bronson's Subject
T h e next to the last studentT h e second annual display of li- which were conducted each afterProfessor Barnard Bronson, head of
faculty tea of the year will be
the chemistry department, used his brary materials sponsored by t h e noon.
conducted in the L o u n g e W e d methods class of the Library School
Beatrice Samuels, '31, was genScottish heritage as an example when recently ended with a m e e t i n g of
nesday afternoon, April 8 from
eral chairman. She was assisted b y
Impracticability
I s The
Basis
he addressed the student assembly last librarians, Helen W i n t e r , '31, presi- Florence Dekker, Bernadctte B a s 3:30 until 5:00 o'clock.
Miss
Of State's Argument
Ellen C. Stokes, instructor in
Friday on the subject of "What Price dent of the senior class of the Li- ticn, Mildred Hall, Ida J o h n s o n ,
mathematics, will be t h e chairIn Keuka Debate
Helen W i n t e r s , H e s t e r H e m s t r e e t ,
Reauty?" After stating that millions brary School, said.
man of this tea. T h e other hosts
T h e display this year was com- Irene Hicks, R u t h Heisner, A n n e
of dollars are spent every year by
and hostesses will b e : H a r l a n
T h e impracticalibility of a system of
Clapper,
posed of materials which m i g h t be Savercool, and Verona
women on the few square feet of used for laboratory work in the seniors.
W,
Raymond, assistant
procompulsory unemployment insurance
fessor of industrial arts in Milne
skin
they
possess,
Professor
Rronson
teaching
of
commercial
g
e
o
g
r
a
p
h
y
-ast
year
the
display
was
on
was the chief argument upon which
H i g h school, and Mrs. Rayproceeded to prove how much was and included a book on that subject mathematics and science"
the State college negative team based
mond;
Professor
Barnard
S.
written
by
Professor
George
M
being spent for nothing.
He exits contentions in the recent debate
Bronson, head of the chemistry
mm
meerrccee cle- i ••
, , ..
,
. , York, head of
ot the
the ccoom
p i
. /ii
department, and Mrs. B r o n s o n ;
with Keuka college.
hibited
different
patent
beauty
aids, p a r t m e n t ,
in
conjunction
with LlOTaYy
JCllOOl
LlOSS
Professor
Adam
A,
Walker,
Audrey O'Raidy, '31, the first ! head of the economics depart- telling their use and price. Then he; Carleton Staples.
U/'ll
T L A
I T '
I
Will
I
(IRC
AtMUQl
I Tip
stated
the
constituents
of
these
proBooks,
raw
materials,
p
r
o
d
u
c
t
s
in
speaker for the negative, discussed
ment, and Mrs. W a l k e r ; Miss
ducts according to chemical analysis various stages of manufacture, and
Sixteen members of the senior
M a r t h a J. Albright, instructor in
one phase of the question, stating that
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;r,
mushed
products
were
shown.
,.
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l
history; Miss Margrid Ii. Hageland their actual values m money. Hie ( ' , , m p a n j c s vvhich sent bonks o r .
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- * 'hool will leave
such a system could not'possibly help
berg, instructor in biology; Dr. I comparison of these with the selling; materials for display w e r e : H a m - t m s " " " " ' " r their annual trip t o
the present stage, neither could it
Marion E. Smith, assistant p r o - ! prices was quite astounding.
The mcrmill
Paper Company,
Pyrex New York City, according to Miss
prevent the recurrence of such a situfcssor of French; Miss Virginia!
fact that the same bases are used for | Company, and. the Carbonondoni Madeline Gilmour, assistant proation. Miss O'Raidy also stated that
B. Smith, supervisor of practice
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Companv
of
Niagara
Falls.
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during such a time, any fund would; teaching of French in Milne
hair tomes and aids to foot happiness
^ ^
less
I h h i a . y science. Miss GilA|j ^ . ^
jn r , i n m u . m .
not last long paying out the specified] H i g h school; and Miss Madeline
m l,
" r will act as faculty chaperoue
afforded considerable amusement. All a s w c . ] | as all students having emuHayes, assistant to Dr. Guy
sum of ten dollars a week to the: Hilleboe, who is conducting speof this was convincing evidence that: inerce for a major field were in- for the trip.
seven millions, as are now out of
cial research in connection with
beauty aids "aren't what they're vitcd to visit the display and to t e a s .
T h e members of the class will
Milne H i g h school.
work. The insurance companies are
crecked up to be" and that the way; „
. ,
.
, •-.
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visit book shops, publishing houses,
not now ready to assume the risk of
of the chemeist is the economical one. I JlMth
And
MISS
UTOWne
and libraries, and will return T h u r s T h e last faculty-written book
( :v A| ri
Iiss
r s:iid
was given away last week. Milcarrying such a class of insurance, she
dred
Larson,
'31,
received
said.
r
.
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Some
of
the
places
which
thev will
" D e a n s and Advisors of W o l
The first speaker for the affirmative,
-"rn:i
Drownc
and
()s,,„,nd visit are the MacMillan publishing
m e n " by Dean Pierce.
vvcrc
the
Florence Lerrigan, '34, of Keuka, deTeam
In Reunion
Game\^mtth
winners of the company, the Children's museum in
stingB due ,
scribed the situation now exls„..
.
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annual prize-speaking contest con- ' Hrooklyn, the New York public lit h e varsitv team representing the i
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i,
to the unemployment, and showed the | ( , / l I D "tans
ISeW
IXpl
r
illli-1i.il
lisl
PV r l l v
nil.lit
in ill.. ' " ' " > • U U
l o l k C I .11111 I , l \ IOI p i l l ) need for a system of insurance t o ,
t
j
Girl's
Athletic
association
defeated
the
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a
u
d
List
I
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.
ght
in
the
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remedy it. Doris Bell,'32, the second
tiTlUSe
fttrtV
April
10
J
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alumnae team in a game last week-end ' ' " " b t o n u m ol I age hall.
, c | „ „ , | 0 f P r a t t institute. Thev will
speaker, showed that the American
°
.
Mlss
system, as hacked by the American
Hie annual Canterbury club-bridge in connection with the first annual
U n n v n e , who read " T h e also attend performances of several
>v
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Necklace"
hv
Guv
de
Maupassant,
during
the evening, Miss G i - '
Federation of Labor, is by far the i party will be in the nature of a alumnae
week-end which the associa- - ^ " " - ' - 1 ">
•">I I I ' " "\ "I l " ' I ' I ) Iplays
-,
1
I
I ll'll I
- . . 1. I
best system, and therefore the one to ,..,),.„.,., .,iTair according to Beatrice
u a s
•
li.ui
conducted.
Twciitv-five
alumnae
'•"•"-lied
liy
Helen
Mead.
.i_.
be adopted by the United States.
.
The party returned for the events of the week Smith'- -election was " M a k e - u p "
,
Alice Splain, '31. the second speaker Hcrlwin. 31, pre,-lent
April 1(1, e,„|.
for State college, argued that a system to lie conducted bnda
'»>• Beatrice
McNeil.
He
was MlSS
LeVlUSOn
NomCS
of unemployment insurance is mid
I mm K:(l(l .
In 10:3(1. in the
Tin- ni-tiviili's Incliiiled -i vvrkuinr coached hv Ruth Kroninau. also a
r>
•..
p
IJ II
sirahle politically, economically, and Lounge,
|
progressive bridge
will
socially. Miss Splain pointed out that
and
pri
jra
the American system, as planned,
partv mi Fndav night, a frolic and J u n " " •
will
would involve state interference, which '
...
i .i i i .
I be judges whose identities were
I-ranee- Levin-mi, '31, dean of
winter award (inner and he ba-kel,
, ,
,-, ,,
• , , .• ,,
,, ,
.
,
,,. .
.
1'u.,
would lead to graft and the evil- ol , nterta
not revealed until the ni-jlit ol the \lpha Lp-ilnn I hi s u r n n t \ ha- apinline,
vote-getting, as the> arc experienced | •'.ngst,
ball game mi Saturday. Mario,, (,il- e.uile-l Ul .,-,. \ | j s s .\una Clark pouned ih, f,.||Mwing c
mittees
hairnian
in England today
She al-n answered
bert. '31. was chairman of the week- Kennedy, Mi-- Madeline (iilmuiir, for
Inters, ,r. .rit >
ball;
arrangewhich h
Miss Bell's argument that a -\ -tern of
,.,„|
instructor in the Library School, ineui-, Marian i epper, '31; favors.
insurance, as employed in the Euro- •'
The alumnae who attended included: : "" 1 . M , '~ J I-.rry I I astiiiL;-!
I'.eain.e M I I , I I , T , ',il, decorations,
pern countries, ha- been working out I
Doroth
'-'•O D>» nil, '311. l-thel (uundhol'er, . J ^
.^'C
hv' I ^ b c r ' t " ' ' ' " P n n n ! nm'',','', IA|,.h Tn'.|"..-r."'3.i: i ' l a c ' r a m ' '
verv well, hv shoiune that it i- often |
iimlly ire-linn i
3d.
la-1
.
c
a
r
president
ol
the
(,.
A.
inl
presented
at
the
annual
Milne
I o o M.i.iui, '.(I l|,.wer-, Mildred
a
u-ed wrongly to 1,, ,-n alive so-called .,
.tin l b ,
\ \ iir-thn,
A.; Mar;,,n
Bot|,,. '.id. Mildred \ p
I IA • i; school
, , .iiuueiieeiiu ill
in "nolli. 'v.' ldi s - - n i il l . n a I , in-lem
M;
"dead industries," .u. !i a- the e • •a' ,
'31.
l-'stl
plel, er L m s u r , '2S, li- rem c Poll, r Faculty
dock-. Miss Splain showTo Give Stunt
>;. Marearel |l.,iiLd,lv. 'AS, K.ilhei me
| ( allien
many cases the uiiciu]>l, ,>
APE GUESTS
Doiiehtv. AS, 1-1,-ieiM- ( r;idil,„k. A
.•-hii
W
I.
uld In
nts. Md,
would tie up money that
For
Spanish
Carnival
l-'inih lleldim:. A'l, M ,re.u'et Daeecll.
• hand
u-i.d to lietter advantage in
Winter- 31, ,
,,lii> Mcr AM. . '.ii-olui |...,-!-. II. AX Domth. ,
of the iudil-triali-t"Sm
-.li-, '3.
If; lakei- L e d / ' 2 5 . ,1,-1 M i s - | .;,! e l i e |, h l l s l o l l .
a system would allow I;
Marian
head of the ;.liy -1, ..! idu.atioii ill- I I, I, u l;.|iuhi r. I I d . :, \ S, .id. m i ' i I"sponge'' on the fund, tl
I,
their self-reliance," -he adi
In the rebuttal -peci lies, ,
'31.
CONDUCTS OPEN HOUSE
\ n d Helen \ ' r
n.ni. M.-lla I'-i.ni I
five minutes each, the
Tickets ai
\li.i
(iweu
Psi i lamina -.,,|-oril\ i ondm ted ,,p. n \la\ belle Malthev,-.
speaker-, Helen I ovel, '31,
Mi
II be obtai
\ nieuil.er
Bell, argued thai some plan is necesh- -ii-.e to ike la, ult\ and I,, member- Mario,, Mdan-oii. \lan,„i ML- 'el
Muri.-i
s,,,,,,
l-duma
Panlaloiie,
nviled to
sary, and that cooperation between the
of lb. oiher -oronlie- in a tea at lb.
linnbain.
I hoina- Garrell,
d, Miss Herlui
employers, the employees, and the
I'si i .annua limis.- inuu three to five . hai-liWilliam Nel on, Philip kicciardi, and
rrri
state is desirable. The Slate college
I,u:.
\sikis.
freshnun.
[thj
speaker- for the negative argued that
hers of the fa. ultv win. poured at the
l
The Spanish queen will choose her
—'
a state system i- not practical because
lea were, M i - Helen M. Phillip-, asthe risk entailed doe- not come within
sistant professor oi English, Mis- own atieiidanl -. a bl 1. and a brim
each d a - - .
Tickets will
any of the classifications of an insurMinnie I',. Scotland, a-sistant pro- elk- fr
able risk as defined by underwriters,
Bottled Milk and C r e a m
lessor of biologv, and Miss l-li/abclli b. thirty-live cent-. Mi-- Hunt -aid.
Mr. \V. II. Marten, repr
and that it is undesirable as pointed of the Gregg Publishing
\ . i n Deiihurnh. registrar. Mr-. Kenimp:
out.
nel
b
MacAI'fer,
president
of
Psi
-p,,ke ,,ii "Methods of Teachi
(,annua alumnae, sang several selec
Dr. Donnal V. Smith, professor of hand'' at the regular nioiithh l,u-iu
tii uis.
history, was the i hairnian of the de- meeting oi die i 'oniinen e . bib
The i, iinmiltees in charge were : arbate. This debate was the occasion leiilly.
of the last appearance of this year's
'I he next business Meeting will be rangements, lean W'atkiiis, ',M. . hairdebate team, according to Wilhelmiin conducted Thursday, \pril !'., when man, l-'raiu es 11.-\ i. '.L': refreshments,
Evelyn Armstrong, '.U. chair.nan,
Si hneider, '31, president of the coun- the officers for HiI loi-oihv 1 Hirer, A.i ; llowers, Adelaide
cil.
de, led. according t. Gertrude G m
H 4 ) Madison A v e .
Limit. '33; , lean-up, Bertha Buhl. \ly
,-ile, '31, president.
.hairnian. Helen Kluge and Marjorie
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