State College News DIRECTOR REPORTS SUMMER PROGRAM LIBRARY

advertisement
LIBRARY
STAIE COLLEGE
COLLEGE FOR
TEACHERS
STATE
FORTEACHHO
State College News
VOL.
X V No. 25
DIRECTOR REPORTS
SUMMER PROGRAM
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, APRIL 10,
MAN AND WOMEN
HAYE PLAY LEADS
Receives Position
D r . Milton G. Nelson A n n o u n c e s
N e w Schedule for Session
During Summer
Miss Schneider and R. Zacklasnik
A r e Cast for L e a d i n g P a r t s
I n G. A. A. C o m e d y
The annual summer session of Stati
college will open "Monday, June 29
and will continue for six weeks. Dr
Milton G. Nelson, professor of education, and director of the summer scs«sion has announced a varied program
of courses for elementary, junior and
senior high school teachers, super
visors, and administrators.
Among
the departments to be represented b>
courses this summer a r c : education.
English, administration, French, mathematics,'general science, economies, hi
tory,
government,
commerce,
and
psychology.
The
Library
school,
which is a division of the State college, will also offer summer work for
librarians.
Wilhelmina Schneider and Robert
Zacklasnick, seniors, will be the heroine and hero in the annual musical
comedy which the Girl's Athletic association will present nevt Friday and
Saturday, April 17 and IS.
The
comedy was written and will he directed by Carolyn Kelley, '31, and
Elizabeth Jackson, '32.
The complete catalogue for the summer session will be ready for distribution next week. Copies may be obtained from Dr. Nelson.
E d u c a t i o n Courses Listed
The tentative plans call for courses
as follows: education and psychology:
Problems of the Secondary School
Principal, School Finance and Public
Relations, Psychology of the Problem Child, Achievement Testing, Educational and Vocational
Guidance,
Analysis of the Individual Pupil, Occupational Information, Occupational
Information Field Work, Educational
Statistics, the Progressive Primary
School, the Classroom Teacher's Problems in the Intermediate tirades, History of Education, Principles of Education, Junior High School Teaching
Problems, Supervision,
Educational
Psychology (elementary), Educational
Psychology (advanced), Psychology
of Adolescence, Educational Research
Problems, and Educational Values.
In the English department courses
will be given in Speech Training and
the Teaching of Speech, Composition,
the Oral Reading of Literature, English
Literature.
Public
Speaking,
Shakespeare, Grammar Methods, Literature Methods, and Modern Poetry.
French
Literature
and
French
Methods will be given by the French
department.
Four cuurses will be given by the
mathematics department. They a r e :
Methods in Mathematics,
General
Mathematics, and Educational Statis-
Royal K n o x , '31, who has received first vice principal appointment this year.
He will
teach at Hillsdale.
ROYAL KNOX, '31,
RECEIVES POSITION
FOR COMING YEAR
Royal Knox. '31, is the first member of the senior class to receive a
position as assistant principal, according to Professor John M. Sayles, secretary of the placement bureau. IIL
position i> at Hillsdale. Knox L a
member of Kappa Phi Kappa, national
honorary educational fraternity, presilent of the Troubadours, College minstrel organization, director of last
year's Troubadour presentation, and
las been prominent in dramatics.
I he following freshmen are candidates: Hilda Bradley, Helen Barrett, f-telle
Bienick,
Marguerite
( r u i i lib >, ,
Kalherine
( uiiiu in,
Helen Dciini.Miii-W'hceler,
Shirley
Diamond, Helen Doherty, Sylvia
Duniaiuc.
frameIsle-.
Alice
Eit/pali H k, Helen Fawcctl, f i a n ces lliggiu.s, Ethel I I n n . w i t / , Margaret Hart, Marion Kelly, George
Kchhani,
Mavbelle
Matthews,
Marion Melanson, Mary I. Moore,
Man.HI Nelson, Elizabeth Rasiutissen, Muriel J. Scott, Dmis Shaver,
Virginia Sherrill, Eunice Sisbower,
I lielnia Smith, Irene Snyder, and
Sylvia \\ ilsmi.
IS W E E K - E N D G U E S T
Ruby E. Taub, ex-'33, was a recent
week-end guest at the Alpha Epsiloil
Phi sorority house.
EITHER OF TWO BRUNETTES'
WILL BE QUEEN OF CARNIVAL
Helen
H e n d e r s o n and
Mary
Morgenstein,
Seniors,
Were
I n R a c e for Selection of R u l e r of Spanish F i e s t a ;
Coronation Will Be T o m o r r o w Night.
BY
LAURA S T Y N ,
Tied
'33
Reporter, STATE Coi.i.wac N E W S
Father Helen Henderson or Mary Morgaustern, seniors, will he crowned
Spanish queen tomorrow night when the Spanish club presents its ninth
annual carnival in the auditorium of Page hall at 7:15 o'clock. Moth have
the four qualifications necessary for the candidacy—they are tall, dark, slim,
and of course, beautiful. Miss Henderson is a member of Delta Omega sorority and Miss Mary Morgaustern is a member of Gamma Phi Sigma. The
new queen will succeed her titian-haired predecessor, Dorothy Heath, '30, who
ruled last year. She will wear a while period evening gown and a red
mantilla. Her attendants, a blonde and a brunette from each class, will wear
pastel colored evening gowns with Spanish shawls.
The identity of the
queen and her attendants will be kepi secret until their appearance in the
processional down the aisles of the auditorium.
The one-act operetta which will fol-
PYGMALION TO BE
ISylvia
[IT,111La
, '•'Monica,
•rv»a!io»'31,
.i™andbitten
'»'
directed
by
Florence
'32. It is enPRESENTATION OF titled "An Friedman,
Old Spanish Custom."
The cast includes Vivian Di Lallo,
* DRAMATICS CLASS '31;
Helen Burgher and Helen Mead,
Art Council Will Pick
New Members May 1S\
Patrick II. McOuadr. principal of
Albany Public SHiool _'l, and believed
to be the oldest ai live prim ipal in the
l'nited State- in age as well as in
sen ice, will addn ss the members of
( hi chapter oi Kappa Phi Kappa, national honoran educational fraternity,
Tuesday night at K:(ll) o'clock in the
Lounge oi Richardson hall.
N'o
definite topic ha- been announced In
Mr. McOuadc, Arnold l(. Cupping,
'31, president of the local chapter, said.
Mr. McOuadc was born in 1H44 and
became a principal at the age of
twenty. All oi his pedagogical career
has been spent in the public schools
of Albany. I le rei eived an honoran
degree of master of pedagogy from
Slate college several years ago. He
has been an active principal for nearly
sixty-live years, and has been head of
his present school for nearly forty-five
years.
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues
'I'he scene for the comedy is laid in
a town mi the Danube river. There
will be three acts, the first taking
place in the main room of the village
inn, the second in the yard of the inn,
and the third in a woods outside the
town on the river.
file cast includes: hero, Franz,
Zacklasnick;
the heroine,
Margol,
Miss Schneider; Lisa, Florence Friedman, '32; the innkeeper, Johann Hoffschnitzer, John Grosvenor, '33; F'rau
I'he advanced dramatics class will
IlotTsi huilzcr, Alvina Lewis, '33; and
the daughter,
Lena
Hoffschnitzer, produce Pygmalion, by George Bernard Shaw as its annual presentaEvelyn < Ireenberg, '33.
'I'he officers a r e ; Anton, William tion on Tuesday, May 22, in the audiNelson, '34; Wilhelm, Ormond Guyer, torium of Page ball. Miss Agnes E.
'33; Otto, Ralph Reinhardt, '33; and Futterer, assistant professor of EngGustav, Russell Ludlum, '31. Lisa's
lish, will direct the play.
American friends will be: Isabel, IsaThe cast for the play will be:
bel Peard, '32; Billy, Mildred Hall,
'31 ; Margie, Marjorie Loekwood, '32, Henry lliggiiis, Niles I laight, speand Jennie Lee, Norma Butler, '31. cial student; Eliza Doolitlle, Florence
Waitresses at the inn a r e : Marie Friedman, '32; Colonel Pickering, IrvGreene, 32; Laura Styn, and Mae
.•smith,
sophomores;
and
Marion ing MeConnell. '31 ; Mrs. Pearce. I.u
cille Dunnigan, '32; Mrs. lliggiiis,
Welch, '34.
There are six choruses now re- Ruth Edniond. '31 ; Mrs. Elnsfordhearsing for the comedy. These will llill, Isabel Peard, '32; Clara Eynsinclude the following choruses: peas- ford-Ilill, Helen Mead, '32; Freddie
ant girls, Ruth Hughes, Catherine
N'orris, Janet Morris, and Ardith Eynsford-llill, Ralph Reinhardt, '33;
Downs, seniors; Helen Mead, '32; and the maid, Dorothy Branduw, '31.
and Shirley Diamond, '34; peasant
'fhe committees which have been
men, Alfred Basch and Walter Dris- chosen a r e : music, Elizabeth Jackson,
ci ill, seniors; Samuel Drausky, '32;
'32, and Ruth Edmonds, '31, lights and
Bernard Kerbel and Frank McFarlaud, sophomores; and Robert Robin- sets, Carol Kelley and Wilhelmina
Schneider, seniors; props, Auuabelle
sou, '34.
Folk dancers will be: Dorothy MeConnell, '31, chairman, Dorothy
Kline, '31 ; Josephine Holt, '32; Car- Braudow, '31, Anna Goldman and
olyn Christiansen and Frances Root, l.ueile Dunnigan, juniors; advertising,
sophomores; and Almira Russ, '34;
military lap dancers will be Ruth Ruth Hughes and Jean Gillespie, senHughes and Catharine N'orris, sen- iors; house, Edith Hunt, '31, and
iors; Ruth Isherwood, '32; May Gil- Helen Mead, '32; costume, Isabel
more, '33; and Marion Melanson, and Peard and Florence Friedman, jun
Marion Melezek, freshmen.
iors; transportation, Niles I laight,
Village maidens will be: Dorothy
Braudow and Zoe llinrichs, seniors; special student.
Kalherine Belknap, '32;
Kalherine
Students will he admitted to the
Long and Helen ( adieti.x, sophomores;
performance by presenting their stuand Inez Roberts, Emma Pantalone,
and Helen Pierce, freshmen;
and dent tax tickets, Miss Futterer said.
ballet, Selma Sims, '32; May Gil- Outside tickets will he seventy-live
more, '33; and Marion Melezek, Mar- i enls and one dollar.
ion Melanson, and Mary
Moore,
"7
,
freshmen.
Fifteen other seniors have received
Hisitiniis. Six students were placed
lirough the commerce department.
I'liey a r e : Mae Honesteel at W a r s a w ;
Dorothy Horn at Casllelon; Beatrice
llertwig at Hillsdale; Harry McMabou at Painted Post; Mary Rcisiet" at King Park, Long Island; and
raiues
Levinson at New
Paltz,
lelen Winter will do library work at
liatliam. Charles Lyons will teach
[lalliematics at New Merlin; and
\oberl MeConnell, mathematics at
S c i e n c e W i l l Be G i v e n
lillsdale.
Edith Hunt will teach
The science department will give •'.iiglish at Port Dickinson; Evelyn
courses in College General Science and -.o b, English at
llarlwick
(
Methods of Teaching the Sciences.
. . . .
The economics department will give ( larice Prince, English at I ambridgi
courses in Principles of Economics and j t t r e l i a Shapiro will leach Lai'
Sociology
Hillsdale; Eva Dowers, history all Tit kets will be sold in the rotunda
iverniuent courses will be lulerlakeii, and Josephine
Bennett, of Draper hall next week by the
given. They will be Government of home ei onoinics at Manioroiici k.
members of the ticket committee,
the L'nited States and Principles of
Catherine N'orris, '31, business manPolitical Science.
ager, said today.
The tickets are
The four courses which will be
thirl} live cents for general admission,
given by the history department a r e :
and iift) cent- for reserved seats, Miss
.American
history,
American
BioN'orris said.
Tickets may also be
graphv, Methods i.f Teaching the SoT w o students will be cbo.se
i obtained from the members of the
cial
Sciences and College
Social
Moving-up
day
as
m
e
m
b
e
r
s
ol
the
ticket
committee.
Members a r e : AscScience.
I Irainalics ami Art council.
I he) : nath Van Bureu, '32, chairman, and
I I .'HI 'III.,I
• H /•,;./.' 1. ml
I -II
will he selected from the thirtj who Miss \ an Steenhurgh and Miss Nor
have tried mil during the year, ai - lis, seniors ; Kalherine Belknap and
cording to Until P. H u g h e s , '31, Madge F r a n h, juniors ; and Kalhpresident. T h e aspirants have been erine Moore, '33.
winking all year as messengers anil
fulfilling such duties as addressing
em cdopes, mailing letters, and di-
KAPPA PHI KAPPA
TO HAVE SPEAKER
ON TUESDAY NIGHT
19.31
Springtime Brings Reunion;
"Babe" Kaplan, '30, Is Visitor
Winn it-, springtime its also reunion tune in Stale college and
one is bound to see many alumnae
and alumni. Some of them have!
been visitors mi previous reunions
during the Mar, but one of lllem
I- making Ins first visit since bis
graduation last June, "Babe" Kaplan is that "seldom seen" person.
He would not have visited the
I olh.ee exi epl for the fact thai he
ha- I.cm appointed to the faculty
of the East Nassau High school,
where I rederick Crumb, '3d, is
principal. "Babe" will begin teach
ing when school opens after the
Easter recess, H e will teach seventh, eighth, and nitli grade l£uglish, and spelling, and will aid m
coaching baseball.
Hotel Is Headquarters
juniors; Laura Styn, Ruth Tinkleman,
Rena Solomon, and Helen Vrooman,
sophomores; Stella Bienieh, Maybelle
Matthews. Alice Owens, Muriel Scott,
Emma Pantalone, Charles Dunham,
Thomas Garrett, William
Nelson,
Philip Ricciardi and (ins Asikis,
freshmen.
• p.;l)r, H a s t i n g s Is Villain
\ special feature of the operetta
will be solo tangos by Marion Melanson and Marion Mleczek, freshmen, and
Norma Butler, '31. Carolyn Kelley
and Elaine Barber, seniors, and Daniel
C u r , '31, and Marion Melanson, '34,
will also interpret the tango. Another
feature will be a special musical number accompanied by guitars. This will
be directed by Royal W. Knox. '31.
Miss Marion Kilpatrick, instructor
in English, will direct the faculty
stunt. Dr. Harry Hastings, chairman
of the English department, will play
the part of the villain and Professor
l ieorge M. Vork, head of the commerce department, will portray a
young sailor. Other members of the
I'acnlh who will lake part a r e : Dr.
('aniline Cmasdnle, College physician;
\li-s Minnie Scotland, instructor in
biolog)'; Mrs. Anna Barsam, assistant
professor of home economics; Miss
Mary ( obb, College librarian; Miss
( ar. .line Lester, instructor in mathematics; Miss Margaret Hitchcock, instructor in physical education; and Dr.
Doimal Smith, assistant professor of
history.
Also Dr. Earl 11. South, assistant
professor of education; Dr. Harold
W I hompson, professor of English;
I lr. T, Frederick II. Candlyn, instructor in music; Ralph Beaver, instructor
in mathematics; Victor Baden, instrin lor in biolog* ; and Dr. Earl
Do
Donwildt,
instructor in hygiene.
lli 1 1 M I I |
' " . , H. ';*i. i* general cimir-
„
v
i
n
• '"''
" i r l ' a i ' l , l v »l- She will be aslleW
York
AlUmm
*'» ,<l> I'-yelyn Armstrong, '33, ad.,.,
V
I
I
i
f
,i
i
ivertismg;
Eleanor Kelleher, '31, prov
I he New l o r k branch ol the alum- , , n m , .,,,,1 , ; , i , . . . 11 i ., .,
•'
,
, i r i i
I r, ' " " ' " " ' H'^els, Helen Deiiuisonnae association has established a \\ heeler, ',M ,i,, u . L . r s ; l | | ( | | m | i , J ( m s .
branch headquarters l ,„
the Hotel
••_, , „ „ „ • , , , „ , „ ;
l m | U K,,,,.„.
M.|x,
Picadilly ,.,.by \™
. " k ' l l y ; L. ' Brim
, l H aeenK
"
"•<•'
" " «'1« f«r ihirtv-fivc
announced
Mrs. )franklin
„
tOr
liter, executive secretary.
The
re-.o-
lulioii establishing this headquarters
was adopted a. -he recent annual n
union luncheon at the Hotel Picadillv.
Edna Loweree, VI. was appointed
headquarters secretary. Miss l.owcrci
is secretary to the manager ol the
Hotel Picadilly. She will have charge
of an up-to-date file ol all Slate ml
lege graduates in the New Vork cih
district. Anybody visiting New York
who wishes to do so maj find the i ..r
reel addresses of graduate friends l.\
going to the hotel and Using the !m
in Miss l.oueree's office.
Nearly two hundred people fr .in
the down-stale alumni association n
tended the luncheon. Although tin n
were im set speei lies, several ahimui
were introduced, including
Edward
Long, '17, who is president of tin
branch association.
The music \. i*
furnished by the hotel on heslra and
the group sang many college songs
ANNOUNCES ENGAGEMENT
Gamma Kappa Phi sorority announces the engagement of Rachel
Galbraith, '31, to |. I.eCraiid Bird.
R. P. I., '2H. Mr. Bird is connected
with the Sperry Gyroscope conipan>
___
»>,.»
DR.
|
irn/\i>nnni<
-~
THOMPSON
IS
. I I T r m n
_ _ _. _ _ _ ,
AUTHOR
OF
BOOK
ABOUT MACKENZIE
Man of Feeling" writ'i \ L> Dr.ti-.li liar..Id
W. Thompson,
.i.
i- .a' English, has just been
bh-bed b\ the Oxford Cniversily
Pr i - - .a New York and London.
flu I k contain* an account of
l l . n n M .ikeiizie and of the golden
age ' i Burn- and S e t t
li contains
lo.i p.,.., . .mil -ells (,„• sS. The book
ha- hem dedicated to Dr. Thompson's
mother
In a.I lili.ui to the tir.-t lour biinih i d p.iei -. intended for reading alone,
Dr. I hiiiupsnii ha- added appendixes
Hint.lining Mackenzie's principal works
in.I the i l.iei biographical accounts of
his life
A general bibliography and
the additional ones for the individual
chapter* are also presented.
A i "p> of the book will be given
awav at the next lea in the Lounge
of Richardson hall.
"Deans and Advisers of Women and
d i l l s " by Dean Anna E, Pierce was
I Brooklyn. Their wedding will'take won h> 'Mildred Larson, 'VlV'at "h
place in June.
last lea.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS. FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1931
It has furthered the reputation of State college. It is Polish
another step which will bind this College infirmand
State College N e w s understanding
sympathy with the ideals of foreign stuEstablished in 1916 by the Class of 1918
T h e Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for Teachers
dents. It is one of the outstanding accomplishments of
the present debate council that this College is to participate in its third international debate in as many years.
THE NEWS BOARD
NBTTA MILLER
Editor-in-Chief
596 Morris Street, Telephone
GEORGE P. RICE
6-0332-R
Managing Editor
455 Elk Street
C A T H E R I N E E . BRODERICK
Associate
Managing
Editot
3100 Sixth Avenue, Troy, Telephone Troy 6621-J
AUMTEY FLOWERS
Advertising Manager
Page Hall, 131 South Lake Avenue, Telephone 6-6482
W i t h d r a w a l of D e n m a r k f r o m t h e a s s e m b l y a n d t h e b l o c l e g i s l a t i o n of t h e
d e l e g a t e s f r o m P o l a n d t o h a l t a c t i o n o n t h e C o r r i d o r m a r k e d t h e m e e t i n g of
t h e fifth a n n u a l M o d e l L e a g u e of N a t i o n s a s s e m b l y c o n d u c t e d M a r c h 21 a n d
28 a t Princeton university.
A s s o o n a s t h e f o r m a l election of officers h a d b e e n c o m p l e t e d a n d t h e a g e n d a
PROFESSOR RETURNS
presented t h e plenary session a d j o u r n e d a n d t h e a s s e m b l y divided into three
Students returning to classes from the pleasures of the c o m m i t t e e s . O n e of " t h e s e c o n s i d e r e d t h e p r o b l e m of D a n z i g a n d t h e P o l i s h
spring recess are glad to greet the return of scholarly C o r r i d o r ; o n e c o n s i d e r e d a n e c o n o m i c u n i o n of E u r o p e a n s t a t e s ; a n d t h e
Professor Jesse F. Stinard, head of the Spanish depart- t h i r d , t h e d i s a r m a m e n t p r o b l e m .
As soon as delegates suggested r e ment.
turning the Corridor to Germany, the
Ill health has necessitated the absence of Professor
Stinard for most of this year and his return in good
ALEXANDER SCHOOR
Feature Editor health is welcomed During his absence Spanish classes
134 Central Avenue, Telephone 3-7616
SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Lilly Nelson anil Martha Norcl. were in the capable hands of Miss Rosario Medina.
DESK EDITORS: Samuel S. Dransky, '32, and Alvina K. Lewis
His friends of the faculty and in the student associaand Bernard Kerbel, sophomores. JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Ruth Brezee, Frances Keller, a n d Bessie Levlne,
REPORTERS: tion rejoice in his return.
Vera Burns, '32, Clara Allan, Abbie Dinneen, H a r r i e t Dunn,
ANDREW A. HRITZ
201 North
Finance Manager
Lake Avenue, Telephone
Delegation Blocks League Action;
1932 Meeting Will Be A t Rochester
6-5810
Carolyn Kramers, Alice Klomns, (Catherine Moore, Margaret
Service, Hilda Smith, L a u r a Styn, Edith Tenner, a n d Helen
Waltcrmire, sophomores.
BUSINESS S T A F F : Lloyd VV. Jones,
Jean Watkins, a n d Mary Dollerty, sophomores.
ASSISTANT
BUSINESS MANAGERS: Frances Mazar and Helen Rohel, juniors.
ANNUAL PAGEANT
FOR HIGH SCHOOL
leaped t o h i s feet a n d p r o t e s t e d in a
strong Polish accent against what h e
WILL BE MAY 22
considered a n affront t o his c o u n t r y ' s
chairman
of t h e P o l i s h
honor.
with
T h e chairman
difficulty
delegation
The
quieted h i m
annual
pageant
a n d the committee
Milne
on t h e a f t e r n o o n
p a s s e d a l l t h r e e p a r t s of t h e p r o b l e m s
High
will b e p r e s e n t e d
school
this
year
o f M a y 22 a t 2:0(1
o'clock, Miss K a t h e r i n e E. W h e e l brought up.
W h e n t h e assembly again m e t as a ing, s u p e r v i s o r o f E n g l i s h in M i l n e
c o m m i t t e e of t h e w h o l e , t h e P o l i s h H i g h s c h o o l , a n n o u n c e d t o d a y . T h e
Published every Friday lit t h e college year by t h e Editorial
d e l e g a t i o n m a d e r e p e a t e d a t t a c k s o n p a g e a n t will b e e n t i t l e d " A s Y o u
Board representing the Student Association. Subscriptions, $2.25
German.
B y M . B l a k e m o r e E v a n s a n d R o b e r t the resolutions, frequently demanded,
er year, single copies, ten cents. Delivered anywhere in the College
W i l l " , a n d will b e b u i l t a b o u t p a r t
Fnited States.
Entered a s second class matter at postoffice,
O . R o s c l e r . F . S . C r o f t s a n d C o m p a n y . N e w Y o r k . a p o l o g i e s from t h e d e l e g a t e s of o t h e r
Albany, N . Y.
t h e story
in
Shakespeare's
n a t i o n s , t h r e a t e n e d t o w i t h d r a w f r o m of
221 p a g e s . $ 1 . 7 5 .
t h e c o n v e n t i o n , a n d finally s u b s i d e d " T w e l f t h
Night".
T h e r e will b e
T h e NEWS does not necessarily endorse sentiments expressed
in contributions. No communications will be printed unless the
a f t e r d e f e a t i n g t w o of t h e t h r e e p r o games,
dances,
athletic
contest-,
M a n y c o l l e g e s t u d e n t s find i t a d v i s a b l e t o s t u d y a
writers' names a r e left with the Editor-in-Chief of the N E W S .
p o s a l s of t h e s i x t h c o m m i t t e e , p a s s i n g
Anonymity will be preserved if so desired. T h e N E W S does not l a n g u a g e f o r a s h o r t p e r i o d in o r d e r t o a c q u a i n t t h e m festivals
of t h e Elizabethan
only t h e r e s o l u t i o n that t h e e n t i r e a n d
guarantee to print any or all communications.
selves with its f u n d a m e n t a l s .
T h e y d< n o t d e s i r e a n q u e s t i o n of t h e I o r r i d o r b e placed in p e r i o d , M i s s W h e e l i n g s a i d .
PRINTED BY M I L L S A R T PRESS, 394-396 Broadway—Dial 4-2287
i n t e n s i v e a n d e x t e n s i v e k n o w l e d g e , b u t t ' e y d o d e s i r e t h e h a n d s of a n a g e n d a c o m m i t t e e ,
T h e p a n t o m i m e will b e w r i t t e n
Albany, N. Y.
April 10, \9M
Vol. XV. No. 25f a m a i l i a r i t y w i t h i t s f u n d a m e n t a l s . F o r s u c h a p u r p o s e c o n t i n g e n t u p o n t h e possibility of t h e | ) V „ , , S l , „ i ( „ . s t u ( k . | l t s ,,, l h c h j ,,
o
r
g
a
n
i
z
a
t
i
o
n
ol
a
t
i
n
t
e
d
M
a
t
e
s
o
l
",
,
,
,
..
GEORGE P. RICE, '32: Issue Editor
College
German
is w e l l s u i t e d . T h i s i n t r o d u c t i o n t o t h e E u r o p e . S i n c e a u n a n i m o u s v o t e w a s s c l , n o 1
l ulcr
t h c
"
supervision ol
G e r m a n l a n g u a g e is c o n s t r u c t e d p r i m a r i l y f o r t h e u s e of r e q u i r e d t o p a s s a l l r e s o l u t i o n s , t h e C a r o l y n K e l l e y a n d A l f r e d
Basch.
POLITICIANS ARE BUSY
students in colleges a n d universities.
It is a b o n k w h i c h P o l i s h g r o u p found it easily w i t h i n i t s s e n i o r s . T h e c o a c h i n g will b e d o n e
p
o
w
e
r
t
o
block
a
l
l
u
n
f
a
v
o
r
a
b
l
e
l
e
g
i
s
1
.
j
;
„
'
„
„
.
,.;
U R
l l t l i o r s
y u
T h e S t a t e c o l l e g e d i s c i p l e s of B o s s T w e e d a r c a l r e a d y m a y b e c o m p l e t e d in t h e c o u r s e of a s i n g l e s e m e s t e r .
lation. D u r i n g t h e m e e t i n g t h e r r c n c l i
T h e a u t h o r s i n t r o d u c e a n e w a n d efficient m e t h o d of n a t i o n definitely b r o k e w i t h P o l a n d oil l l R ' t l n , ( l s c l a s s e s .
b u s y , n o w t h a t t h e a n n u a l n o m i n a t i o n s f o r officers h a v e
h a n d l i n g a r a m m a r . A b a n d o n i n g t h e o l d m e t h o d of s t u d y - s e v e r a l i m p o r t a n t issues.
been conducted by t h e three classes.
Miss
Margaret
Hitchcock, inT h e r e s o l u t i o n of t h e m a j o r i t y p a r t y s t r u c l o r in p h v s i c a l e d u c a t i o n
will
I t s e e m s t h a t e v e r y y e a r t h e w o u l d - b e p o l i t i c i a n s h a v e ing e a c h p a r t of t h e l a n g u a g e a s t h e c l a s s a d v a n c e d , they
,
,,f ,
and'ent h e i r a n n u a l s p a s m , b a r g e a r o u n d t h e C o l l e g e s e e k i n g h a v e p r e s e n t e d t h e g r a m m a t i c a l p h a s e i n l a r g e u n i t s on t h e H r i a n d plan f o r a n e c o n o m i c ,
unioii w a s d e l e a l e d b t o I, with In not I
,
,
,
• ,
s u p p o r t , a n d g e n e r a l l y c r e a t e a n a t m o s p h e r e of " p o l i t i c a l " w h i c h a r e e a s i l y c o m p r e h e n s i b l e t o s t u d e n t s ol c o l l e g e v o t i n g . T h e m i n o r i t y r e p o r t a l s o m e t | u ' s t s
al,li
t , K
' Physical
exhibits,
T h e r e a r e , a s t h e a u t h o r s p o i n t o u t , s o m a n y p o i n t s defeat 1'' t o 12.
activity.
A n office is, of c o u r s e , a n h o n o r t o t h e s t u - a g e .
Miss (.race
M a r t i n , i n s t r u c t o r in
d e n t e l e c t e d t o it. B u t , i t s h o u l d c o m e t o t h e i n d i v i d u a l of s i m i l a r i t y i n t h e f o r m a t i o n of t h e v a r i o u s t e n s e s ol
Disarmament Approved
a r t in M i l n e H i g h s c h o o l , will d o
a s t h e r e s u l t of t h e c l a s s ' a p p r o v a l of h i m a n d n o tt h e v e r b t h a t it is a w a s t e of t i m e a n d e n e r g y n o t t o T h e final r e s o l u t i o n for d i s a r m a m e n t fhc' f e t c h e s b " ' t h e c o s t u m e s a n d
n: vt
_' ' . ' ' b a r g e o l t h e p o s t e r - a n d t h e
A l l of t h i s w a - u n a n i m o u s l y passed, but n o t until
t h r o u g h t h e m e d i u m of p u b l i c a n d p r i v a t e r e q u e s t s f o r t r e a t t h e w h o l e c h a p t e r a s a s i n g l e u n i t .
women
representing
Ilenmark ; artistic ellects.
v o t e s . I t t a k e s a c e r t a i n a m o u n t o f n e r v e in c a n d i d a t e s g r a m m a t i c a l m a t e r i a l h a s b e e n d i v i d e d i n t o f o u r t e e n l a r g e t h e
T ) f~\f^\l1S'
I J V
)
On
COLLEGE GERMAN PRESENTS
\ / i x ^ , FUNDAMENTALS OF LANGUAGE
E
to a s k students
f o r v o t e s , b u t it w o u l d
seem that
such
withdrew
Aufgabcn o r exercises.
from
A
the convention because
I l l u
'-'"
'1'
o l
<-ollcgc
student-
of w h a t thev d e e m e d a m o s t " u n p e a c c - " ' " ' " " " • ' l i b r a r y s c h o o l is c m i i p i i
T h e b e g i n n e r h a s r e c e i v e d a i d , in t h a t a l l of t h e c o r r e s - fill a t m o s p h e r e " w h i c h thev said p e r - ' " > • " " l m a k i n g a v a i l a b l e t h e r i a n d c o m m i t t e e s a r e b e i n g b a r t e r e d , l o n g b e f o r e t h e m a -p o n d i n g facts of E n g l i s h g r a m m a r h a v e b e e n i n t r o d u c e d valled t h e a s s e i u b l v .
1 I t ' w a s l a t e r s o u r c e s o l t h e p u b l i c l i b r a r i e s ,,i
j o r i t y of t h e m e m b e r s of t h e s e v e r a l c l a s s e s h a s c a s t to p r o v i d e a f o u n d a t i o n u p o n w h i c h t h e n e w G e r m a n c o n - a s c e r t a i n e d that t h e d e l e g a t e - from I A l b a n y s o t h a t r e s e a r c h i n c o r n i c e
w l t h
l i u
m
a
y
b
e
built.
M
a
n
y
of
t
h
e
chapiters
o
n
d
e
c
l
e
n
D
e
n
m
a
r
k
d
e
s
i
r
e
d
t
o
c
a
tch t h e 5 : 1 0 l t , ( m
' PHgeant
mav
be
s
t
r
u
c
t
i
o
n
its v o t e .
T h e v left t h e a s s e m b l y f a c i l i t a t e d .
T h i s will b e d o n e u n d e r
sion, w o r d o r d e r , a n d m o o d s h a v e used n e w a n d e a s i e r ! t r a i n h o m e .
T h e r e is o n l y o n e e f f e c t i v e w a y t o p u t a s t o p t o t h e m e t h o d s of a p p r o a c h .
' l l u ' s u p e r v i s i o n of M i s s
Madeline
R e a d i n g m a t e r i a l h a s been s e l e c - a r o u n d -I :.W o ' c l o c k . )
P l a n s for t h e n e x t m e e t i n g w e r e a n - G i h n o u r , a s s i s t a n t p r o f e s s o r of lia c t i v i t i e s of s u c h i n d i v i d u a l s .
T h a t is t o m a k e p u b l i c ted w i t h c a r e t o g i v e t h e s t u d e n t i n f o r m a t i o n a b o u t t h e
t h e i r r e q u e s t s a n d c a u s e t h e m t o l o s e face i n t h e e y e s of G e r m a n n a t i o n a s well a s t h e l a n g u a g e h e is s t u d y i n g . nottneed a t t h e p a r t i n g b a n q u e t c o n - b r a r y s c i e n c e .
d u c t e d S a t u r d a y n i g h t h\ G e o r g e S .
' b e high school s o p h o m o r e s a r c
A
m
a
x
i
m
u
m
a
m
o
u
n
t
of
efficiency
iias
b
e
e
n
d
e
r
i
v
e
d
from
other students.
A n d above a l l , cast a ballot for t h e
k o t i d e l n i s h , P r i n c e t o n s e n i o r in c h a r g e s t u d y i n g f e n c i n g a n d t a k i n g l e s s o n c a n d i d a t e w h o will d o t h e b e s t j o b , a n d n o t f o r t h e o n e t h e r a t h e r s m a l l v o c a b u l a r y b y u t i l i z i n g t h e p u b l i s h e d ol llii- y e a r ' s c o n v e n t i o n .
T h e s i x t h M> ' b a t t h e y will b e a b l e t o t a k e
m i n i m u m w o r d lists.
w h o h a s t h e effrontery t o a s k fur your vote.
m e e t i n g n e x t y e a r will t a k e place a t I 1 1 "'' ' " t h e p r o d u c t i o n , M i s s W h e e l
'"•" c o n t i n u e d .
T h i s C o l l e g e h a s s e e n t o o m u c h of s h a d y p o l i t i c s in t h e A c t i o n s h a v e been used in p r e s e n t i n g t h e e l e m e n t a r y t h e L ' u i v e r s i t v of R o c h e s t e r .
p r i n c i p l e s of t h e first s i x c h a p t e r s b e c a u s e of t h e a b i l i t y
T h e S t a t e college delegation has bep a s t . T h e offices t h a t m i g h t p o s s i b l y b e g a i n e d a r c n o t
to u t i l i z e c l a s s r o o m o b j e c t s a n d p r o c e d u r e .
gun n e g o t i a t i o n s for t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n Q„„:„„„
D1„J~~
<f"7 / 1 / J / l
w o r t h t h e c o s t t o s e l f - r e s p e c t t h a t s o m e k i n d s of c a m fledge
$7,000
T h e b o o k a s a w h o l e , s h o u l d n o t b e t a k e n a s a final of a s i m i l a r c o n v e n t i o n t o b e c o n - ^IHOTS
p a i g n i n g d e m a n d . If a s t u d e n t is w o r t h y of a n office a n d a u t h o r i t y o n G e r m a n g r a m m a r , b u t it f u r n i s h e s a n e x d u c t e d at this ( o l l e g e n e x t v c a r
It
T \ * 11/
> T\
V
l
will
be
o
n
a
s
m
a
l
l
e
r
scale
a
n
d
will
°
"Omen
S
UOVmitOYy
h a s c o m p o r t e d h i m s e l f d e c e n t l y in t h e e y e s of o t h e r s , h e c e d e n t b a s i s for a b e g i n n e r in G e r m a n .
i
i
n
c
l
u
d
e
only
t
e
a
c
h
e
r
s
'
c
o
l
l
e
g
e
s
a
n
d
S
e
v
e
n
t
h
o
u
s
a
n
d
d
o
l
l
a
r
h
a
- been
n e e d n o t s e e k t h e office.
T h e office will s e e k h i m .
normal schools.
Il 1- p l a n n e d t o last p l e d g e d I n t h e c l a s s ,,f ln.il t o
l,,r
C
" " ' more than t w o days.
w a r d t h e c o n s t r u c t i o n of t h e r c - i SUPPORT SPRING SP()RT '
' f h e d e l e g a t i o n t o t h e fifth m e e t i n g d e u c e b a l l f o r w o m e n .
A campaign
c o n s i s t e d of L a w r e n c e ( ' , X ' e w c o m h , f o r t h e c o l l e c t i o n of t h i s s u m 1T h e m a n a g e r of m e n ' s i n t r a m u r a l a t h l e t i c s a n d h i s f o u r
W
a
l
l
e
r
D
r
i
s
c
o
l
l
,
a
n
d
D
o
u
g
l
a
s
Lincoln,
being conducted until t h e middle m
assistants a r e t o be c o n g r a t u l a t e d upon t h e e x t e n s i v e
M i n o r - ; a n d K e n n e t h A . Mille
April.
Then
it i - e x p e c t e d
that
BY
R A Y COI.I.I
'31
p r o g r a m of i n t e r c l a s s s p o r t a c t i v i t y w h i c h t h e y h a v e
N u m e r o u s c o m m u n i c a t i o n s h a v e been r e c e i v e d r e g a r d - G e o r g e P . Lice, j u n i o r - .
planned for t h e spring.
s u m for t i n - c o n s t r u c t i o n .
ing t h e q u a l i f i c a t i o n s of t h e g i r l s w h o wx-vv r e c e n t l y
1
F o r t h e first t i m e in r e c e n t y e a r s t h e i n t e r e s t of t h e selected a s t h e A l l - S t a t e live a n d it is a p p a r e n t l y e x Inr h u n d r e d a n d t h i r t y - o n e thou
Annual Auction Sale To Clear s a n d d o l l a r - i s n o w t h e t o t a l - i n n
F r o m what I
m e n h a s b e e n sufficient t o w a r r a n t t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n of p e c t e d t h a t I a n s w e r f o r t h e c o m m i t t e e .
c
a
n
g
a
t
h
e
r
,
it
s
e
e
m
s
t
h
a
t
a
b
i
l
i
t
y
in
a
b
a
s
k
e
t
e
e
r
d
o
e
s
mil
track meets a n d a n interclass baseball schedule.
Such a
Articles In Lost And Found Box
e n t e r into t h e s i t u a t i o n n o r is it r e q u i r e d t h a t s h e t a k e
n e e d e d t o b u i l d n l i c w i n . : of t i n
p r o g r a m is n e c e s s a r y a s well a s d e s i r a b l e . H i t h e r t o , t h o s e
date l o r 1
ual a u c l o n g h i k e s in s p i t e of t h e t r a i n i n g v a l u e d e r i v e d ,
"Tanb u i l d i n g is t h r e e t h o u s a n d d o l l a i
le of the
. in t h e
m e n w h o d e s i r e d s o n i c p a r t i c i p a t i o n in a t h l e t i c s w e r e g i b l e a s s e t s " t e n d t o s u a ) ' t h e o p i n i o n of t h e j u d g e s a n d
T h e s i t e of t h e b u i l d i n g will 1 n
il found b
not vet
f o r c e d t o g e t it in s c r i m m a g e s o n t h e b a s k e t b a l l c o u r t , w h a t they m e a n by that p h r a s e is difficult t o d e t e r m i n e .
ctip\ Kathrvn
I
s
u
p
p
o
s
e
they
i
n
c
l
u
d
e
p
o
t
e
n
t
i
a
l
b
e
a
u
t
y
,
a
b
i
l
i
t
y
l
o
c
o
d i n g will
have
t h a t tl
M a n y did n o t have t h e time a n d ability needed t o gain
of t h e
operate with others, physical structure, a n d other factors
AO h u n d r e d g i i
a p l a c e o n o n e of t h e v a r s i t y s q u a d s .
the
of this n a t u r e .
W h e t h e r o r not such c r i t e r i a is j u s t i f i ai
true l e d s o t h a i
ihli
N o w t h a t t h e p r o g r a m h a s been p l a n n e d , a n d t h a t v e r y a b l e a n d w h e t h e r t h e p r e s e n t live h a - been - e l e c t e d purely
However, I
c a p a b l y , t h e m e n of t h e C o l l e g e m u s t s u p p o r t t h e e v e n t s mi that b a s i s is left t o o u r i m a g i n a t i o n .
p u r l e d 1 h.it w i n k
will
i o i i - l r i h 1 it,11
tin
I n t r a m u r a l s p o r s t h a v e t h i n k w e w o u l d b e p r o u d t o semi t h e s e g i r l s t o o t h e r
if t h e s c h e d u l e is t o b e s u c c e s s f u l .
I Ix.-ipla
i n s t i t u t i o n s a s r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s of S t a t e .
b e e n d e m a n d e d e v e r y y e a r by t h e m e n . T h e i r o p p o r t u n i t y
college
p e o p l e e x i s t a n d p r o s p e r h e r e . A l r e a d y p r o m i s e s of offices
THE STATESMAN
is n o w b e f o r e
them.
T h e various events
scheduled for
T h e a d v a n c e d d r a m a t i c s c l a s s lias finally t
p r e s e n t a t i o n of t h e i r o n e ' a c t p l a y s for t h e y e a r
certainly gratifying t o discover thai
• alma 1
been a b l e t o d e v e l o p such c o m p e t e n t d i r e c t o r s . I
m a n w h o d e s i r e s t o c o m p e t e will h a v e a c h a n c e .
that t h e m e m b e r s of t h e d a s - feel t h a i t h e i r I
work
It's t h e m e n ' s spurt-, p r o g r a m .
I t is a c h a n c e t o a r - h a - been a p p r e c i a t e d , e v e n t h o u g h trnllev c a r I . . k e n pin-,
r a n g e for t h e m e n t h e s a m e v a r i e t y a n d e x t e n t uf i n t r a - b u t t o n s , a n d o t h e r o b j e c t s of tin's n a t u r e w e r e foin id in
lu. 1
m u r a l s p o r t c o m p e t i t i o n ; n is g i v e n l u t h e w o m e n . Il lhc collei lion a l t h e c o m p l e t i o n of e x c e l l e n t |
the
track
furnish
meets
a s well
a sufficient
is u p t o e v e r y
sufficiently
as t h ediamond
v a r i e t y of o p p o r t u n i t y
m a n t o back
successful
t h e project
In w a r r a n t
contests
so that
will
every
a n d t o m a k e it
its a n n u a l
DKHATIXG G A I N S IIKUK
scheduling.
dit-
illi
late •s w i t h s t r a n d e d worn
potential,
s oi lhc- a c t r e s s e s , ' f l u
il I
eel prospec live
of M a t e 1 vii-oiiuicni, llicrcliN 1111
mi
badlv
-
wanted
llle
im hided
-
verv
pill', h . l - c s
o|
broken i f
Thirty Freshmen Try
For Editorial Positions
bead-,
compact-,
and
I.II ol
I.II
I Inn
collgkllll..
lend
pporti
v In g l o v e s .
and t o observe t h e
1 e d s h a v e a l s o found j
d i d a l e s f r o m t h e mil
-INK t h e i r pre Mice
T w o e v e n t s id' t h e past m o n t h g i v e a m p l e e v i d e n c e ol
I
:hl l b
11 -oiuebo.lv, an.
t h e fact t h a t d e b a t i n g is h e r e t o May. l i e g i n n i n g its r i s e
to IH
Mlll-h O i l . ,11
I
t o p r o m i n e n c e a s a n i m p o r t a n t stiideni a i t i v i t y o n l y t h r e e t r u s t thai eve have made a vu-c selection and lhal 11 vvil
y e a r s a g o , d e b a t e h a s r a p i d l j b e c o m e mic of t h e d o i n i i i a u l noi - t r a m the eve t,, observe he-r. - T , w i l l probahlv hi
e x t r a c l a s s i n t e r e s t ' , of t h e ( o l l e g e .
• il her best when -he is subjected to the , 1 it 1. it eve ol
her audi. 11.1 • I I hope the Plavgoei
1-11't there) be. au-i
T h e c u s t o m of h a v i n g a d e b a t e a s p a r i of t h e i n t e r
-p.,t.„lc
c l a s s r i v a l r y w a s c o n l i n u e d f o r t h e t h i r d con»ei u l i v c when -be 1- at her hc-l she makes ., rale
year.
S u c h c o n t e s t s not only f u r n i s h e d b e l t e r e n t e r t a i n - 1111 idenlally, it is rumored thai -he 1- to he attc ml,,I hv
m e n t t h a n t h e f o r m e r y o w l i n g route-sis, bill a l s o g a v e some prettv keen g i r l - In,111 the other . l a - e - , e-pe. i.illv
o p p o r t u n i t y t o d i s c o v e r p r o m i s i n g forensic m a t e r i a l in
the t w o lower classes.
This year h a s proved no exDO V O l KNOW :
ception.
D e l t a ( liueg.i is r e a d ) for i t - spi mg p l o w i n g
T h e d e b a t e c o u n c i l h a s si h e d u l e d u t e n t a t i v e d a t e for
( . a n n u a K a p p a P h i b e l i e v e - 111 nidiv 1-1I.1I1Iv ol , , v . i
a d e b a t e w i t h a t e a m w h i c h will r e p r e s e n t s e v e r a l E u g Ii--.li u n i v e r s i t i e s o n a n a t i o n a l d e b a t e t o u r of t h e L'uited eighty?
E t a P h i is 011 t h e v e r g e ,,l l o - m g o n e of ils o u l - l n u . l
S t a t e s . It is a l i l t i n g t r i b u t e t o t h e d e b a t e r s of t h i s C o l l e g e t h a t t h e y s h o u l d be placed o n t h e s c h e d u l e of t h e nig a d v o c a t e s ?
K
a p p a D e l i a a n d E t a P h i are- en o p e r a t i v e n e i g h b o r * :
v i s i t i n g t e a m w h i c h will meet A m e r i c a n u n i v e r s i t i e s a n d
H a m A . b e s o u h a s made h i s last " c h a n g e " ?
c o l l e g e s f a m o u s f o r t h e .skill of t h e i r f o r e n s i c r e p r e s e n t a W h a t E l e a n o r (.age- w a s d o i n g in t h e ( u i - k i l l d u r i n g
tives.
vacation?
il
ill. les
.in.lkci
I
ui.li.lal
•pom
.1 di
ih
uli ih.• o t h e r p r .
dil Ih.
I, p,.||l
Calendar
I I
li
\U.llto
Today
111
N u d e 111 ,
11, P a g . hall
in
Caul.ihi
'PI'o
lake u p 1,ill , „ ! \ \ ,
'Hi
if a t e in,,!,,
i l l , . 11
•
Tomorrow
I \,
11.
Mpba
Page
b'obe-H
»dl
ball,
. k i - - chniii
ball
Mm
.il
Hill-
lhc eere
aiinoiin. 1 . tin
Uiith
Hiilhncl.iw.
he combined
Holh
were
01
\'l
T O MARRY
L b , , soiontv
r u g , m u m 111
Wednes
llllslcd
edi'tnr'ol'th
ALUMNA
|t,,t,.,,
'_"J
' . " ' . I-
The vveddmi
„ „ „ , inn,- the Inn,
'_"!, will
be n i , , „ l ol li
10
Mi-,
members
lidls
,,1
and
Miilliuglaw
Mv-kaina.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS,FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1931
SEVEN NOMINATED
FOR 1932 LEADER
SPRING ATHLETICS
IN THREE SPORTS
BEGIN FOR WOMEN
HERE AND THERE
Outside Activities Assist In Getting
Positions, Professor Sayles Believes
"The candidate who has outside ulating the interest of the children in
skill is the one who will be picked by the same bobbies," Professor Sayles
The spring sport schedule of the The Columbia Spectator took a poh the superintendent for the vacant posi- said. "Beside this, if the teacher has
tion," Professor John M. Sayles, prin- interests in fields which are closely r e Candidates F o r P e d a g o g u e Board (iirls' Athletic association opened this of the men in the street tofindout
week when regular practices were con- their opinion of college men, and dis- cipal of Milne High school, told the lated to her subject, she increases her
N o m i n a t e d By J u n i o r s
NEWS. The English teacher who can knowledge, and this improves h e r
ducted, Beatrice Van Steenburgh, '31, covered that the general idea was that
At M e e t i n g
coach baseball, or who can supervise
,'•• A. A. president, announced today. college students spend most of their the school paper, is far more desirable chances of securing a position. I
could cite many instances in the past in
lime loafing.
Seven juniors arc candidates for the T l i c I n a i n s p o r t s ;„ t h c
fi„t
t o f
than one who cannot," he added.
presidency of the class fur nest year, t h c s c h c d u l c ; l R , | l ; l s d m l l s p e e d b a „
"Of course, no superintendent will j which a candidate's participation in
Only one freshman in four has a look for skill in extra-curricular ac- I extra-curricular activities has placed
,,.
nominations conducted before vacation j a n ( j „j
chance to stand the grind of college tivities alone, but one who has outside her in a desirable position," he conrcvc:l1
'
,
' Speed hall practices are conducted life, according to the president of hobbies is extremely valuable in slim- cluded.
They a r e : Helen Burgher, Samuel;,,,, M o n d a y s .,,„, vVcdncsdavs from
Michigan State university.
Dranskv, I'ranees daviior, Dnrotlw .,
... ,.
, , ,
, , , . , ,,
, , , , . ,
, , ., ; . ! ,,
• three until live o clock.
hhzabcth
Freshmen at the University of
•.,-.,
. • ,r
Hall, Andrew l l n t z , Lurtiss Kutcu- , ,
Hawaii are subject to some very un, , . . , .
...
Jackson, A2, is the sport captain. Her
usual
rules. The men are required to
Miss Charlotte Loch, head of thc
her. ami Catherine I raver.
.,
,,
,
...
,
French department, will be the chair..
.
.
.,
assistants a r e : Dnrothv Klnse and carry at least two brands of cigarettes
around in a clean sock, with no holes,
An attempt to insure the success of man of the tenth and last faculty-stuNominees tor vice-president a r c : ,-,• , ,, , .
,',
and to dish them out on request. the 1932 meeting of the Model League
Isaminercr, freshmen.
; r.li/ahcth
dent tea to he conducted in the Lounge
and
The
co-eds
must
wear
grass
skirts
Duane Baker, Samuel Dranskv, Robn., .„. M
,•
.,- ,
of Xalions assembly is being started in Richardson hall from 3:30 to 5:00
llasehall practices are on 1 uesdavs goggles, and dispense candy instead of | by means of continuous correspondence
o'clock Wednesday.
ert Rations, and M a n o n c Wilson.
„,„i •.-,
•
,•
,,
,-, •• cigarettes.
among the various men,hers of the Other members of the faculty and
J
and i hursdavs Irnm three until live
Co-eds at Antioch college claim League, according to information r e - their wives who will attend a r e : Dr.
The following have been n o , n m a l c < l ( l V | ( | d < l l m | c i : l h c supervision „ f ,,-,, in .
equality with men.
Whether the ceived today by the members of the T. Frederick H. Uandlyn, head of the
lor secretary: Kathrvn Belknap, Leah | f ( g \ ; r i , i ) l i a | v , k , '31. She is asmusic department, and Mrs. Candlyn;
males like it or not, they insist on
hore,,,,, and Asenath \ an Huron.
>33) ,, 1 ( 1 asking them for dates, calling for them local delegation.
s i s U .,, ,, v K ; , t | u , . i l | ( , M ( ) o r t ,
Miss Margaret D. Betz, instructor in
Robert M. Kopple. vice-president of chemistry; Miss Minnie Scotland, inThe candidates fnr treasurer a r c : ' v i | , „ , j ; l Hawkins, \1>.
in cabs, taking them to dinner, and
Sara Briefly. Samuel Dranskv, An.„„, s w i m l n i n g w i „ b c ,.„-. paying the hills. The system has not the student organization of the Wash- structor in biology; Mr. Victor Baden,
1||kms,
drew l l n t z , h.lva Xcalnn, and Jack ,.„.,, ,„, ; [ s ,,.„.,, i m ( k , r t h c s l ) | ) c r . been discouraged.
ington Square college of Xew York instructor in general science; Miss
San
Martha I'richard, head of the library
'"'
vision of the res])ectivc captains, Miss
university, and a delegate to the 1931 school; Professor Jesse Stinard, head
" H u n k e r s ' Frolic" is the title of the
Xi.tiiinalu.ns for editor-,,,.duct <>i v .,„ S t , , n h u ,, s a i ( ,
animal parly given for the benefit of meeting, has issued a circular letter of the Spanish department, and Mrs.
the 1932 Pedagogue a r e : Mary Alex. . _ _ ._
all students who llunk out of Coe col- iiiiclu.ling suggestions which may fur- Stinard; Miss Rutli K el ley, supervisor
ander. Kathrvn Belknap. Vera Burns, IM- U: L
J
Direct
lege at the end of the first semester. ther the . ids for which the League of Fnglish in Milne Junior High
Mildred
Crowley.
Leah
Dnrgan. ' " " * '*"-KKy
1U UUKLl
Miss M irion Kilpatrick inThe chairman and queen of the affair has heen set up and aid ill establishing school
structor in Fnglish; and Miss Caroare elected because "i their ability to
garet (lottschalk, Hull. Martin. Vir.,,,,.„.„.,,
,|](k,
, , , | u , , ( . , „ „ , , lh,uk every course they take while at amicable relations among the dele- line Lester, instructor in mathematics.
gates of the various colleges repregmia Hawkins. I T ; I „ „ , Keller. BC-MC , I ; I I |
.,, ,
„„. „
|u.' , . •
sented.
' - - ^
- " ' ™ M > M«-'-^l.lin.
.„„„„ , , : , „ dinner to he conducted in
Shep Wolff, star halfback for DartThe colleges and universities which
Xnnnnatmns >'.r business manager | | u . ,.. l t V u . r i i | ,„ , , „ , , „ , ,,.,„ W winesmouth, doesn't confine his efforts en- will he asked to cooperate a r e :
oi the Pedagogue a r c : ludilli I'ister, ,
,
(||| . , •
tirely to activities on ihe gridiron. 1 le Syracuse university, Xew York uniMichael Frohlich. Josephine I l,.lt. \ n ' ' K , , ^ , ' , , ' ' o f ' t h e ' d a s V ' d a v olTicer> is chief of the local lire .Lj/u'lmcnt,
The campus commission has r e drew llritz, Ann Kroiiiier, ami I r a n
,
, , ,
,
, an expert w l-carver. a fair poet, versity. Princeton, Ilaverford, Temple. Cornell. State college. Xew Jer- quested that all students or organi\\ In » i\ci c in miniated at a ret cut nicctand the holder of an excellent scholzations which desire to conduct food
sey College lor Women, Columbia
ces Mazar.
,
• | , „ , i m . „ ,,i" the
;
jM ,
astic r e c o r d .
sales in the lower corridor of Husted
Nominees for representatives on the
,
,
universilv, F.huira, Brvn Mawr, 1 lohall shall notify the chairman of the
student hoard of finance, two of whom dinner,
Lauren..Xewcoinh, class
bar
t, Moravian College, and Theolog- commission, .Asenath Van Buren, '32,
Due to a u o . a r ruling, about two
will he cho.sen a r e : Leah Dorgau, pre-iileul. said today.
ical Seminary, University of Roches- chairman, announced today.
Judith l-'ister, Uuth llarliii, Andrew
'| | K . nominees a r c for prophet, Smith college to cover the long dis- ter, Barnard, Yassar. Skidmore, RutThis is necessary in order that there
llritz, Auuis Kellogg, kohert Lank- x ,,,.,„., ,,,„,,.,. \ H , L . s'.m,;,, i i m i \ „ m , tances between . kisses.
gers, University of Pennsylvania, Al- will be in. ...nihil in sales conducted
ins, and Marjoric \ \ il-mi.
'
.
,.' ,
,- ,
bright, Lehigh,' Xew York university, by the different organizations, Miss
Samuel
Dranskv.
ludith
Fister, Saver. ...J : lor l„s|,,r,a„, h.sther h.ck( ornell gives . redil in whooping and Swarthmnre.
\ an I liiren said.
llelen Rohel, Audrc\ Sullivan, and -tern . n ,r p. ,et. I lelen I His and Alice cough prevention. Iowa is offering a
Marguerite Wilson are .audi.late, i',,r Splaiu : and l'..r testator, \ll.ert Kit- course in radio announcing.
North
class reporter
, ;(|.,iKn Ki.)u.
| , . , s d K Carolina Stale has a course for janii h i
A]l|.u|
FRANK H.
tors, and at ( alifornia, a c u r s e tells
Kathrvn Belknap and Lleaim, (,age
•
•
l!! 1
how to see l-'urope properly.
are the nominees |..r class song leader. • ' M.ugaiel lli.kc.
The debate cnnii.il has scheduled
Candidates for class cheer leader
Kdilh Hunt was elected the class
tentative debates with Union and
a r e : Certrude Cora, Samuel Dnin-ky, ,., m-esenlalivc on the alumni council
Hamilton colleges and with a team
Nif'K" 1 '•'••" hl " 11 ' : " " 1 l h " ' " M l h - at the I : . , , las, meeting, Xewcoinh
well.
representing the P.nglish universities
Kenneth Miller is the sole nominee • " l l k , L
Wilhehnina
lor the coming vear,
for men's athletic niaiiaecr.
'1 he coininitle. lor the dinner will
ic end's aliiThe chemistry . luh will present Mr. Schneider, '31, president, said today.
Alice (iihlin and \ irgiiiia Hawkins imln.lc: Doris Butler, and F.dvlhc
The men's team will argue all of the
Simwdeu
at
an
open
meeting
Thursare nominees for end's athlelu man- , ,,,.,,..^ \ , , ^ M | i k o s . l i t L
da\ at 3:311 O'I lock, in room _'?(l of contests, she declared.
36 and 38 Beaver Street
ager.
The challenge ,.i St. Lawrence uniI lusted hall. Mr. Snowden is a repI''or representative on the gir'
resentative of the Celanese Corpora- versilv lo the women's team has been
lioniore
i
lass
plans
a
dinner
letic council the I. "
")1 S t e p s Fast of P e a r l Street
tion . I America.
I le will have for declined, because the funds lor the denominated:
\ ' e r a Burn-. F.li/ahclh
, hall the day
the cafeteria of I lusted
exhibition man., samples of Celanese hale were not available, due to the
. ul in the budget.
Miss Charlotte Loeb
BUREAU MAYldD
To Be Hostess At Tea
SUCCESS OF 1932
LEAGUE MEETING
Louise Durkin, Audrey i'i..wers. Mar-
'31 Dinner Wednesday
Food Sale Must Have
Commission's Approval
Council Plans Debates
For Fall And Winter
EVORY&CO.
Chemistry Club Gets
Speaker Thursday 3:15
General Printers
i.ve ic „ Dettefson Is Chairman
jacks.,.,. a„d Mi. Kaui.
men's athleti. council a r e : |-'a\ Blun
Harold
llaswell.
k." nelh
Miller,
K'ohert K'aiikius, and J a . k Saroll'.
Two of these will he elected.
The liillowuig are the iiomiuatioiis
i: leader- l-'leaimr Cage
for college
and Mildred Smith.
Samuel Dranskv. Michael L d h l i . h.
and Alice ( iihlin are the candidates for
t 11
" '-1' l k v 1 ' K'"ln'...
. . . . .
r
tor Annual 33 Dinner
dme n 1
t1
.
alter
iug-iip d a \ . Saturday Ma.
lohiiM.,\
Detefs.
| ( l | ; „ , , i n | , m , ,,, | ' l l i h t ior.lon, presi
m e n SCHCCL LUNCH
THE
miss Wilson tngages
|.
....-eni,-,:-. i-unhe,- ,omn„t
Orchestra For Dance ";; '" '" '"' "'"""""•«' "^-
Oppo site
Lake A v e
Schoo'
Schenectady
A
VANDERBILT
I'.ui At i inn- .ii
11,/U) ji/mlli Sheet
Nell
YoiL
_IWJTEcf <
4&N 9 PEARL ST
too then ' " ' ' -v
to write.
EYEGLASSES
5
0N
guide
' Pearl St. Albany, N.Y.
0pT,CIAN
AuuHtnm Cleattera anit Slyrrs
A GIFT FROM
VAN HEUSEN CHARLES
Ml'ANSMORU
The Van Heusen Charles Company
Albany, N . Y
P h o n e 0-7613
Manner.
';'••.•
j^mtUnutrii (|W>tiHia
•/
rtyle
t o your
>
^DOLLARSs ' itjSi-}j----fe>
nib o f long
ing c::miridium
ger
imme-
particular
c f handwriting.
enduring
prevents
fatigue — assures
fatigue-free
An
wear-
198 Central Avenue- a t Uobin
Albany, N. V.
fin-
easy,
writing.
Built
into
t h e c a p o f t h e Carter
Pen
is t h e R o c k e r
ger pressure.
fix m
and
p n . .'</
W A L T O N II M A H S I I A L L
1TJL4.^
fingers
Spring
Clip released b y a slight
1711 B r o a d w a y
Geo. P . I c o n c
satis-
flexible
pcint which responds
diately
We Clean and Dye all kinds of Ladies' and Men's
Wearing Apparel
811A MADISON AVENUE
Phone 6-0273
Gently the
the smooth,
jamming,
tear.
CARTER
PENS AT
POPULAR
PRICES
ON SALE
AT THE
STATE
COLLEGE
CO-OP
fin-
T h e p e n slips
t h e pocket
pulling,
i
P e n is a treat t o
f a c t i o n c o m e s w h e n y o u start
PATRONIZE THE
UfiSTAIflS
Tifjc \.\\hl.l\Hiii
3>ole( u no
ninie c\l>rnsnc thtmiini) uihvr
(list duss hotel in Hew lo/fc.
Room and butli ''-*—
Carter
t h e e y e ; , b u t t h e real
THE
I, i n lh>' hah r o o m ..I t i n H o t e l l . n
moderately
High
'' We Understand Eyes
Troy
The Thela Pi Pipers fmni I olgal.
Ililivel-sil. h a . e l.een uigaiied lo |.!a?
at lul.i-.oi-oiiu
Ball, a.u.nliiig I.
M.n.i .ne \ \ ilson. '.;..'. , hairin.ui >•! lh< mm •-! I liter, lass i-i\ :il i">. " W e hope
nuisi. . oininillee
,,, , M .,|, r | | M . ,! m ner ,,u annual affair OPTOMETRIST
ul1
I'.vck.
The D
dame will I- "ii I'fidav Ma. ,,,, •;••• \ , , _
,,,„, ,.,„,
Then
Pies
Sandwiches
Cake
>!..--.. is general ehairiuau.
l i e ha
. (|||p , ,„,,,,, | h l . , , , | | , l U l n i , ,-oinuiillees
arraue
uls, William Collins; fa.
ultv,
\Kina Lewis; ami puMi.u.
.1.1.
w!ni
i h l ,-.- oi '.;; eon.huled lia similar
h
i w a r . i del.ratine the urn
HERE'S
WRITING
MADE
EASY!
without
or wear
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1931
NINE WILL STRIVE
FOR 1934 LEADER
Class H a s Nominations in Presence
Of Myskania Supervisors
On March 25
Nominations for freshman class
officers took place at a class meeting
on Wednesday, March 25, under the
supervision of the Myskania class
guardains, Carolyn Kelly and Beatrice
Van Steenburgh, seniors.
The nominees a r e : for president,
Diane Bochncr, Shirley Diamond,
Thomas Garrett, Minnie McNickle,
Mary Moore, Hannah Parker, Grcnfell Rand, Philip Ricciardi, and William Nelson.
Candidates fur vice-president, Betty
Arnold, Frances Higgins, Robert Robinson, and Almira Russ.
For treasurer nominees a r e : Stewart
Gay, Dorothy Griffin, Minnie McNickle, Robert Myers, William Nelson, and Rose Rosenheck.
Nominees for representative on
Girls' Athletic association are: Hetty
Arnold, Letitia Connelly, Shirley Diamond, Mary Moore, Almira Russ, and
Rose VVizwer.
Manager of men's athletics will be
George Ketcham; representative on
men's athletic council will be chosen
from:
Philip
Auerbach,
Osmcr
Brooks, Thomas Garrett, and Robert
Myers; song leader from:
Diane
Bocbner, Alice Owen, Maybelle Matthews, and Robert Robinson.
Candidates for secretary are: Virginia Abajian, Catherine Cannon,
Shirley Diamond, Elizabeth
Kammerer, Maybelle Matthews, and Grenfell Rand; those for reporter a r c :
Sarah Brandes, Edward Deevey, Hannah Parker, and Grenfell Rand; member of student board of finance will
be named from: Edward Deevey.
Eleanor Loehel, Philip Ricciardi, and
Rose Rosenheck.
Manager of girls athletics will be
elected from: Elizabeth Kammerer,
Dorothy Klose, and Mary Moore;
class cheer leader from: Eleanor
Andre, Charles Dunham, Dorothy
Klose, Gertrude Loftus, Philip Ricciardi, Virginia Simons, and Elizabeth
Zuend; and class candidate for student association cheer leader from:
Richard Degnan, Minnie McNickle,
Mary Moore, Robert Robinson, Jack
Saunders, and Louise Wells.
DIRECTOR REPORTS JUNIORS AID DEAN
Navajo Indians Will Exhibit May 5-9:
IN MAKING SOCIAL
Weaving. Sand Painting A r e Their A r t s SUMMER PROGRAM
EVENTS CALENDAR
FOR NEXT SESSION
The Navajo Indians and their ex- their coffee is too hot, and yet they
hibits, which will be brought to State
college by the dramatics and art
council from May 5 to 9 will be accompanied by a citizen of Vermont.
His name is Bcrton I. Staples, and
he will interpret the Navajo race to
America. Staples went West and became a member of the tribe. The
Indians will exhibit their skill in arts
and indicate religious beliefs in the
gymnasium of Page ball, according to
Ruth Hughes, '31, president of the
council.
The names of the Indians that Mr.
Staples brings to Albany are Haskena-ya, meaning "he stood at the river
between two wars," who is a medicine
man and a sand painter; Da-Pah,
meaning "A Brave," who is a silversmith ;
and
Yc-ne-bah,
meaning
"peace, or her mother had to settle
two disputes." who is a weaver.
Has-ke-ya-na is chief, and is tempernieutal, Mr. Staples claims. He is
the nephew of Manuelito, the last
elective war chief of the tribe, and
one of the signers of the peace treaty
between the United Stales government
and the Navajo Indians in 1868. At
that time Manuelito said that his word
was enough and refused to put his X
mark down on the document. At one
time the reporters of a local newspaper
wished to take a photograph of them,
but llaske-ya-na objected strenuously,
saying that they saw their pictures
trampled beneath the feet of peopleon the streets. Mr. Staples says that
the medicine man is no more tempermental than the rest of the tribe.
"They are not stoic or phlegmatic.
They will burst into tears because
are a brilliant people," Mr. Staples
said.
H e continued to explain their religion and their language, saying that
the religious worship is beautiful.
"They have a Great Spirit who sends
all things to them. Mother Earth
holds the seed of corn, and Father
Sky sends the rain and sun to make
it grow," Mr. Staples explained. "The
son of the Great Spirit came to the
earth and taught them all they know
and that is their religion," he added.
The language has a vocabulary of
40,000 words. They have l,0f)4 ways
of saying "give," and in their whole
vocabulary there is no expression of
profanity.
When the Indians come here in
May, the medicine man will make sand
paintings every day, Yc-na-bah will
weave and Da-Pah will exhibit the
workmanship in silver metal and turquoise.
The sand paintings are made as the
sun rises and must be destroyed before the sun sets. The artist uses
sands of five different colors, including black, white, yellow, red, and
gray. He smooths the floor off with
yellow sands, and they by letting the
sand slice through his fingers, he
paints the figure of the "Sun God."
The painting is done from East to
West.
The finished picture has a
border on three sides, the East being
open.
Last November at the international
exhibition of craftsmanship of the
Woman's Educational and Industrial
Union of Boston, the Navajo Indians
took first honors in all contests they
entered.
Last All-State Dance
FORUM MEETINGS
To Be Friday, April 24
TO BE CONCLUDED
The second and final All-State dance
ON SUNDAY NIGHT of the year will he conducted April 2-1
The Norman Mendelsohn Open immediately following the debate with
Forum of the Jewish Community the University of Vermont team, ac(enter, 111 Washington Avenue, will cording to Andrew llritz, '52, chairconclude its current series of lectures man. The dance will be conducted in
with the presentation of Dr. John! the Lounge of Richardson ball.
Ilaynes Holmes Sunday night at n ;.>(); The dance will be in the form of a
o'clock in the Center auditorium.
j reception to the Vermont team, and
The subject of Dr. Holmes' ad-! will he open to them. Music will be
dress will be "The Raging East: furnished by Ray Andrews and his
Royal Screnaders. They have played
China at war, India in Revolt, Palesat the previous All-State dance.
tine in Terror." Dr. Holmes is known
Admission will probably be about
as a brilliant civic and religious
S1.25, llritz said. The rest of the
leader, and a great humanitarian.
committee includes Arthur P. lones,
Dr. St'.phen S \\ i. c t mioiis r ibla Alfred I). liasch, and Walter C. Drisand teacher, said "John
Ilaynes I eoll, seniors.
Holmes 'is a great preacher and a 1
great man. one of the few authentic I
REJECTS BEQUEST
Voices in the realm of the ethical and
Columbia University has joined
religious life."
Reverend William W. Feck, pastor Harvard and Princeton in rejecting a
of the first Unitarian Church, will! icquest of $25,000 on condition that
State college will display an ex- preside at the lecture.
' i chair in anti-feminism be established.
hibit of paintings from Wellesley college, according to Miss Eunice Ferine,
instructor in art, who attended an exhibition of die College Art Associa3 9 - 4 3 State St.
tion of America in New York City
on April 1. -, and 3. This included
"
B
a
s
k
e
t Ball E q u i p m e n t "
exhibits from American colleges and
private exhibits. While in New York,
Special Prices on Uniforms a n d Full Train Outfits-Prompt Service
Miss Ferine also vi.-ited the collection
of Otto Kami.
The Wellesley exhibit will '•"
not by
brought here by Miss e l ' l l l e
It
the dramatic and art
rt
studio
in
will be shown in tin
(Continued from page 1, column 1)
The commerce department is giyiing the most courses.
Nine will
be given. They a r e : law, typewriting, stenography, business practice and
procedure, principles and methods in
commercial subjects, and commercial
correspondence.
Chester J. Terrill,
assistant professor of commerce, will
be in charge of the commerce department for the summer session.
Beginning with this summer, all
summer school work will be organized
on an absolutely equivalent basis with
the work in the regular session, according to Dr. Nelson. Courses in the
summer school will parallel those of
the winter school, not only in content,
but also in the credit hours they carry.
Two and three-hour courses of the
winter session will give equivalent
credit during the summer. Only those
courses required for the New York
State teaching certificate have been
organized on this basis hitherto.
The summer session curriculum is
being gradually reorganized toward a
two-, three-, and four-year cyCle basis,
in order to make possible the planning
for teachers and administrators a more
unified and connected series of summer courses.
The
administration
courses are already on this cycle basis.
The summer session exists primarily
for direct service for those in immediate touch with teaching and administration work in New York state.
Carrying out this function, the plans
for the summer session call for the enrichment of the offering this summer
through activities of a supplementary
nature such as trips, excursions, group
and departmental meetings, and addresses. The College's favorable location in the center of the state's educational activity at Albany will enhance the values and possibilities of
this work.
Two former editors in chief of the
STATK COI.I.W.K Nicws will he members of the faculty.
Edwin Van
Kleecke, '27, present superintendent of
schools at Waldcn, will give a "number of courses in school administratis..
William M. French. '28, will
give courses in faculty direction of
school publications. He is at present
director of public relations for schools
of Crosse Point. Michigan.
PALLADINO
Draper ball, .he said.
Personality Bobs-Finger Waving - Permanent Waving
WELCOMES MEMBER
Gamma Kappa Phi sorority wel
comes Margaret Rausch, '33, am
Katberine Ilaig, '34, into full mem
liership.
H o m e S a v i n g s Bank Bldg
U N . l'earl St.
3-3632
Strand
133 N . P e a r l S t .
4-6280
WESTLAND RESTAURANT
Albany
Ladies' High-heel
Rubbers
75c
COLLEGE JUCE / L C D
464 Washington Ai
WATCH FOR THE OPENING
of BOYER'S
SANDWICH SHOP AND CAFETERIA
1 1 4 Central A v e n u e Corner
Lexington
LET US S E R V E Y O U A S W E S E R V E D RUSSELL
WATCH
FOR ANNOUNCEMENT OF OPENING
SAGE
DATE
C. H. BUCKLEY THEATRICAL ENTERPRISES
HARMANUS
BLEECKFR
HALL
MARLENE
LELAND
EL
BRENDEL
AND
If y o u w a n t a s a n d w i c h t h e r e is o n l y o n e p l a c e t o g o a n d
IN
VICTOR
Meals at all hours.
Telephone
OF
IN
ALA-CARTE
ORANGE"
"DISHONORED"
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER
I'HONE
"MR. LEMON
McLAGLEN
HERE
6-4787
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
.W014
AT
The College Pharmacy
The next issue of the "Lion" humor
magazine, will be a secret issue and
will appear on Thursday.
Among the contributors to this issue
are Mildred Hall, Carolyn Kelly, and
Walter
Driseoll,
seniors;
Evelyn
Greenburg, and Laura Styn. sophomores; and Tony Dorsum and Grenfell Rand, freshmen.
DIETRICH
t h a t is
W e need t e a c h e r s for appointm e n t s at all s e a s o n s of t h e year
W r i t e for i n f o r m a t i o n or call
at the office
YOU ARE A L W A Y S WELCOME
Secret Issue Of Lion
Will Appear Thursday
Repairing
1064 MADISON AVE.
74 Chapel St. Albany, N.Y.
Twelve new books have been added
to the Milne library, Miss Marion
Rcdway, librarian, announced today.
They a r e : "All Quiet on the Western Front," by Remarque; "Blacksmith of Vilno," by Kelly; "Cimniaron," by Fcrber; "Death Comes for
the Archbishop," by f a t h e r ; "Carram the Hunter," by Best; "A
Lantern in Her Hand," by Aldrich;
"Linnet on the Threshold." by Raymond; "Lone Cowboy," by J a m e s ;
"Petticoat Court," by Lovelace; "Six
Mrs. Greenes," by Rea; "Spice and
the Devil's Cave," by llcwes; and "Up
the Years from Bloombury" by Arliss.
NOW
Willard W. Andrews, Pres.
Teachers' Agency, inc
Milne Librarian Adds
Several New Volumes
Sec Our
Easter Shoes
$3.90 up
Wellesley Art Exhibit
To Be At State Studio
ALBANY HARDWARE & IRON CO.
Frances Keller, '32, has been appointed chairman of the junior class
committee which will work next year
in conjunction with the faculty committee on student activities to arrange
satisfactorily the program of senior
class events, according to Curtiss
Rutenber, president of the class.
The committee, which will consist
of three other students, is composed
of Eleanor Gage, Julia Fistcr, and
Helen Burgher.
Among the events upon which they
will cooperate with the faculty committee a r c : the senior bop, class dinner, class day and senior ball.
A. G. BLiCHFELDT, Ph G.
StiiJcnis- (tTici G r o u p s u(
uill be iiivi'71 special
State
C'ol/cev
attention
We»tern & No. Lake Aves.
CQJ
CALL 3-7768
WE DELIVER
ENJOY A LUNCH A T
PRESCRIPTIONS
A
SPECIALTY
OUR
SANDWICH BAR
DRUGS A T C U T PRICES
)M Madison Ave., Cor. Dove
Albany, N.Y
Mills A r t Press
394.396 Broadwu>
4-2287
Download
Related flashcards

Literature

26 cards

Metaphors

17 cards

Medieval literature

42 cards

Series of books

21 cards

Fiction

18 cards

Create Flashcards