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STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, A L H A N V , N. Y „ FRIDAY, M A Y 8, 1931
RETIRING NEWS BOARD SETS RECORD BY PROMOTING 51 TO 1932 BOARD AND STAFF
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STATE TO OPPOSE GJ-WVCV
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— • Sets—iJGEORGE P. RICE, '32, NAMED EDITOR;
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Style For Spring Apparel
NEW STAFF TO BEGIN WORK FRIDAY
MAXWELL SCHOOL
AT BURDEN LAKE ••*„. , , ,•!,* ..U,
Andrew
The
Second
Baseball
At
Contest
Ridgefield
Park
Tomorrow
afternoon
0
'
in
of
at
meet
the
the
Averill
Maxwell
second
season
Kidgelicld
base-
at
3 I"
weather
mitted
this
practice
lirday
the
everv
team
which
wa-lied
beginning
oi
game
charai tended
was
and l.\
lack
th.
fourth
',bl.
pitcher-
. ii
who
tin
i-
out
in
the
on,'
-.piad
nrh.de-
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\'au
of
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'31,
thirteen
is
good
t'o;ii li
in
worn
game
The
line-up
week:
will
, bairnim..
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REVOTES
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featured
hall
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and
and
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with
evidenced
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point
Main
lout;,
full
lace
d'espnt
of
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of
the
retiring
In
a \'i.ws
board.
made i i o r - - , i ! ' ' .
th
N'KWS
hoard.
The
h\
are
The
tht
announced
promotion-
establishment
thiare
of
morning
the
by
largest
an additional
int reased number
of
the
si\
number
associate
candidate-
for
members
ever
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m.llcri
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'I he board
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general
mn
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ahilit}
the number
in journalism
in
of
publi-hed
making
Will Direct Paper
int lies, headline
the
pr
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writing,
motions,
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number-.
die
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editor-in-chief
incoming
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AS TOASTMASTER
AT 1934 BANQUET
be
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made
editor-hip,
positions, is also
.nilolln. ed.
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of
the
night.
c.,t..,n
Lewis
I ifty-one appointment-- to positions on the I'M 1-32 hoard and staff of
Inter-
briday
'li.nity.
Hritz Is Elected Managing Editor With Miss
And Bernard Kerbel A s Associates; Misses Flowers
And Rohel Head Business Staff
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puhli,.!>,
, hairman.
lenr
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to
la-t
a-
last
Journalism Fraternity
To Have Party Tonight
Saunders,
(
pit. her,
base,
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bur!
team
catcher.
Detlefson,
third
1
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field,
left
Brook-,
held,
Laura,
tin
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the tulle
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die
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the
than
be
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base.
right
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shortstop,
first
will
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an-
general
Mi .
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the
A.,
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A.
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J replace
afternoon,
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.
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of
Beatrice
near
u
:
hikin
I
the -pleudid -bowing
Brook-,
Lake,
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M
llart-
inning.
by
tomorrow,
Burden
Gilbert,
o'clock
this
. .
....
Sat
again-t
park,
today,
will
. nairman.
All
those
who
wi-h
to
,
,
,„,
attend
must
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up
1 e ore
_ mi
1
per-
Last
to
game
u..-
has
daw
seemed
the
wick
week
at
'.11, president
Marion
tomorrow
park,
'
week-end
association
, „ miKwl
„ „ „ , , , | ,today.
ll(|.,v
e k l d <
I he
;i
Athletic
Sunday,
burg.
will
school
contest
conduct
and
~
college
Training
bail
Be
3:00
Afternoon
State
Will
At
Girl's
center
-';
Irii li,
B e n c h , t.
held.
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MVIHI
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LUDLUM REPORTS xsiS y , ' l i ;„-•'/;, "
Bevutes
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for
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two
Jin h i b i t i o i i
ness
-tudeii,
next
year
niitionallv
of
w ill
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this
B,i--ell
be
the
-indent
the a u d i t o r i u m
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main
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to
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l-h/ah.ih
president
and
-ecretarv,
(ireufell
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vice-president
(iord.'.n
M,„,re:
katherine
Man,.,,
Band,
man.
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women -
(iibliu
and
Katherine
Mela,,
and
cheer
Minnie
leader
and
Abe.
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Mildred
Smith.
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of
Colvin,
the
d.bai.
on
Mar.,.n
in
point
pre-i
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prohibition,
in
I'hilip
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Kel.ha
MaM.clle
and
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Mary
hhzabcth
Kan,-
Maithew-
Zinnd.
and
\liee
Ualielle
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ELECTS
RIVALRY CONTESTS
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TO OPEN PROGRAM t^tA^niu":'^;,
OF MOVING-UP DAY
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For 88 For Next Year
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stale
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS. FRIDAY, MAY 8 1931
State College N e w s
Established In 1916 by the Class of 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for Teachers
THE
NETTA
MILLER
GEORGE
596 Morris
P. RICE
NEWS
BOARD
Editor-ia-Chiej
Street,
Telephone
6-0332-R
Managing
Editor
455 Elk Street
C A T H E R I N E E . BRODEIUCK
Associate
Managing
lulitoi
3100 Sixth Avenue, Troy, Telephone Troy 6621-J
AUDREY FLOWERS
4dvertising
Manager
Page Hall, 131 South Lake Avenue, Telephone 6-6-4S2
ANDREW A. Hurra
linance
Manager
201 North Lake Avenue, Telephone 6-5810
A L E X A N D E R SCHOOR
feature
Editor
181 Central Avenue, Telephone 37616
SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Lilly Nelson and Martha Nurd
DESK EDITORS: Samuel S. Oransky, Mi. and Alvina K Lewis
and Bernard Kerbel, sophomores.
JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1931
'31 BALL
80 Sign Up to Attend
J. Bruce Filby Is 1933
HONOR FRATERNITY
Y.W.C.A. CHOOSES ANNUAL
WILL BE JUNE IS,
1933 Dinner On May 16
Leader For Next Year
INDUCTS ELEVEN
MISS HUNT SAYS
1931-32 OFFICERS
AS NEW MEMBERS
A s e n a t h V a n Buren, '32, Will Be
President Of Organization,
Elections Report
J. Bruce Filby was elected president of next year's junior class at a
meeting conducted recently. Filby
has been treasurer of the class for
two years, and directed the T r o u b a dour show this year. H e is a m e m ber of Kappa Delta Rho fraternity.
T h e other officers who were
elected a r e : vice president, J o h n
Detlefson; secretary, Alvina Lewis;
treasurer, Ralph Harris; reporter,
Ruth Reynolds: song leader. Katherine Long: and cheer leader, (lertrude Sawyer.
Edith Hunt, '31, will be the general chairman for the annual senior
ball to be conducted on June IS,
the night of commencement, at the
\uraiiia club. Lawrence C. Newcomb, class president, announced
today. This is the last social function for the class.
I he committees have been appointed h\ Miss Hunt. They include:
house, Alfred
liasch,
chairman.
Catherine R. Xorris and
Rose
Koren; favors. I'.va Dowers, chairman, Raymond Collins, and Catherine Hroderiek; advertising, Horace Myers, chairman, Margarethe
Schroe.ler and Irene Hicks.
Music, Lucia Stephens, chairman,
Florence Liuindoll and Mae Bonesteel; faculty. Kclytlic Cairns, chairman,
Xoe
llinrichs
and
Alice
Splain:
recorations,
Margaret
Mickey, chairman, Dorothy Kline
and Margaret Mulligan: and refreshments,
Anne
Cruickshank.
chairman. Katherine Kreuger and
Irene I )ii kills. , n .
Nine juniors and two sophomores
were inducted members of Pi Gamma
Mu, national social science honor
fraternity, Monday night, according
to Elizabeth Moriarity, '31, president
of the fraternity. The new members,
who are selected because of their
ability and interest in the social
studies, a r c : Samuel Dransky, Margarita Galusha, Andrew Hritz, Helen
Mead. Elizabeth McLaughlin, Catherine Riegel, Bernard Simon, Charles
T h e representatives on the finance Swick and Mary Wicks, juniors; and
board are Edward Coyne and Abbie
Margaret
Dinneen. Mary Treia is m a n a g e r Margaret Kurilecz and
of girl's athletics, and Katherine Roohan, sophomores.
Moore is the class representative
Guernsey T. Cross, secretary to
to the Girl's Athletic association Governor Roosevelt, has also accepted
council.
an invitation to become a member of
T h e representatives on the m e n ' s the State college, Delta, chapter of
athletic council are Gilbert
Del the fraternity. The formal initiation
Laura and Benjamin
I n g r a h a m . will be at a dinner to be conducted
T h e manager of men's athletics has | Sunday afternoon in the Rainbow
not vet been elected.
room of the New Kenmore hotel.
TO HAVE FIELD TRIP
Asenath Van Buren, 'M. was elected president of the VUUIIR Women's
Christian Association, fur ne\l year.
She will succeed Carolyn Kelley, \>1.
retiring president. Miss Van liuren
will attend the New York state i urninittee nieeliiiK of V. \V. and V. M.
C. A., at Syracuse, this week-end.
Helen liurghet", '.12, was elected
vice-president. There will lie a revote between llilma Ik'fKstrinii, '.i.i,
and Jean W'atkins, Mi. for secretary:
and between Ruth (ioldsinith, '.C,
and Louise Wells, '.VI, for treasurer.
I.aura Styn, '.U, was elected tindergraduate representative.
Y. W. C. A. will conduct a breakfast at d:()(), the morniiiK of Moviimup Day, in the cafeteria, according
to Miss Kelley. Helen IliirdnT will
he Keneral < hainnau.
'I lie assm iation will conduct a
Mothers' day vesper service, Mm-I;u
aiteiii
in the Lounge,
_
Dransky, 32, Is Alpha
phi Gamma President
Classical Club Makes
1931-32
Nominations
Xominations for next year's ,,iliecrs of Classical I luh were' made
at a recent meeting
I'licy are:
president
Dorothy l;„rlei K l, and
Dorothy Mel nnniss, |um..rs; vicepresident
Vmiuik r t t i I osta
"iv
secretary, Margarita ( lalu-li.i. '.12,
Isabel Lawrence, and Clarice 'fayl"r, sophomores.
I reasurer, Marion I angnev, CI
Mary Williams and Sylvia U,!-,,„.
freshmen: reporter, \ era Burns, '32
Clarice favlor. '33, Mac, \\ alther
and Sylvia \\ ilsoii, fresliinen.
I he
elections will he conducted at the
next regular uieetiim
I 1 uir-.ila\.
Mav 21. according 1.. Madeline
Hayes. '31, secret;
Willard W. Andrews, Pre.,.
Albany
Teachers' Agency, inc
74 Chapel St. Albany, N.Y.
W e n e e d t e a c h e r s for a p p o i n t m e n t s at all s e a s o n s of the year
W r i t e for i n f o r m a t i o n o r call
at the office
WRITING
HERE'S
MADE
EASY!
A
C a r t e r P e n is a treat
Dr. Gertrude !•'.. Douglas, professor of biology, will conduct the
biology club on a field trip to ( a m p
Cogswell tomorrow, for the purpose
of studying birds and Mowers, according to Theresa Maurice, '31,
president of the club. The group
will leave the I'laza at 2 o'clock,
S;
»»»el Dransky, '.32, will be presi- and will probably return at 5:30
,|n
" "' A 1 l , h a >' hi ( i a , , m i a ' national j o'clock, Miss Maurice said.
honorary journalistic fraternity, next
\ear as a result of the elections con,],„,,.,, ,„ a nK . c . tl
,ast M o „ d a y . |
...
... ,
. ,
.. .,
associates will he Andrew H n t z
;
'inl Audrey Flowers, juniors, first
and second vice presidents respec, | u . h .„„, , k , u , n M e a d e i -3? s e C re,,
. , . ,,
, ,,,
tary-treasiirer, Altred D. Basel., 31,
retiring president, announced.
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GIVES METHODS
Miss Marion Redway, librarian
in Milne High school, spoke to the
English methods classes W e d n e s day and T h u r s d a y about the facilitation of libraries for teachers, ac
cording
to Miss Katherine
E.
Wheeling, supervisor of English in
Milne High school.
|
Iflft f)ampghitre
t h e e y e s , b u t t h e real satis-
The members of the education class,
Education 112, tests and measurements, were in charge of a series of
tests which were given to the students of the Milne Junior high school
last Saturday. Dr. Earl South, assistant professor of education, had
general supervision over the work.
Dear
Mr., Miss or M r s .
O
Would you be proud of them or
just a bit sheepish? W h a t about
theappearance of the envelope—
the paper? Would they make you
want to read the letter itself?
Old HampshireStationcryhas
t h a t ability —it impels one to
read the message. It is aristocratic, rich, substantial. Itmakes
a letter ctand out of the crowd.
Education 112 Students
Give High School Tests
E i g h t y sophomores have signed
up for the second annual Moving-up
day dinner of the sophomore class
which will be conducted in the cafeteria of Muster! hall next Saturday,
May 16, at 5:30 o'clock.
Dr. Donnal V. Smith, assistant
professor of history, will be the
speaker at the dinner, and Miss
Caroline Lester, instructor in m a t h e matics, will also be a guest.
A novelty quartette and readings
from the diaries of seven sophomores will form the entertainment,
according to Evelyn Greenbcrg,
chairman of publicity. Ben l n g r a hain wall be toastmaster.
John Detlefson, class vice-president, is chairman of the dinner. H e
has appointed the following committees: arrangements, William Collins; decorations, Laura Styn; entertainment, Clayton Stewart and
Betty
Gordon;
faculty,
Alvina
Lewis; assessment, Bruce Tilhy;
and publicity, Miss Greenbcrg.
Clf)C \.\Kl>l.l{HILI
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nunc r\\tvnsnv than diu/ otlwr
thsi rliivs hotel in Veil )n;k.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1931
MEN TO DISCUSS
HERE AND THERE
FRESHMAN CAMP
Club Will Elect New
New Board To Assume
SPORT SHOTS
Officers On Tuesday
Duty On Paper Friday
(.Continued front paye one, column five)
C a n t e r b u r y club will
conduct
period. Last year he was also presiO s s y Brooks pitched a spectacu- dent of his class and edited the 1934
This year's freshman class at theelection of officers for next year in
University of Pittsburgh broke a tra- room 101 of D r a p e r hall, T u e s d a y , lar and, a t t h e same time, steady I freshman handbook. His fraternities
Camp Improvements I s Theme dition that was 143 years old byaccording to Beatrice H e r t w i g , ' 3 1 , g a m e Saturday against Hartwick. | are Kappa Delta Rho social fraOf Meeting I n Lounge
having a class dance.
president. T h e nominees for presi- It was understood that lack of prac- ternity; Alpha Phi Gamma, honorary
Tomorrow N i g h t
.,
..
. .
journalism fraternity; and Kappa Phi
dent a r e Frances Keller, Marion
At Brigham Young University, ina n d Clarice
Simmons, t.ce would cause a disappointing re-1 K a p p a | n a t i o n a , h o n o r a r y educational
T h e r e will b e a general meeting stead of tlie ordinary way of tapping Larbey,
suit, so that State college was more j fraternity.
of t h e m e n of the College in the the partner of the girl, you wish to juiuors
llritz, managing editor, was an
T h e o t h e r nominations for officers j or less disconsolate.
L o u n g e t o m o r r o w night at 7:M)dance with, the "cut in" merely gives
However, r o o t e r s w h o attended I associate editor of the 1034 handbook
the "cut out" a large yellow lemon m a d e at the meeting this week a r e :
o'clock, t o discuss t h e freshman and dances away with the fair one.
, . - ,
,
and nuance manager oi the N E W S
vice-president, Flora W u r s t l i n a n d
Ethel Zotz, s o p h o m o r e s ; secretary. were overjoyed to find a m a n w h o ,. | M y c a r
camp, according to Samuel S,
, ,c is v i c e . p r e s i d c t l t o f
Student publications at Ohio State E s t h e r Grannis a n d Miriam W o o d , could throw eleven times at a Alpha Phi Gamma and is also a
D r a n s k y , '32, camp director. R e freshmen, and H o n o r Mulford,
University
showed
a
profit
of
over
queer-shaped wooden plate a n d with member of Kappa Phi Kappa, and of
freshments will be served and mov$10,000 last year. As a result the treasurer, |.'liv-,l„..h Oliver H o n o r unerring accuracy make each t h r o w P i Camilla Mil, honorary social sciing pictures of the freshman camp editor and business manager each re- Mulford, and
Dorothy
Merselis, | good.
Llizabetn
Uliver,
ttonoi
f
•"
ence society. He is the new president
Keller.
conducted by Rochester university ceived §2,000 salary.
ciation
hasMen'-.
been treasurer
his
of (he and
Young
Christian of
assoAt the meeting, plans were dis- , ond innings. T h u s t h e first three class
will be shown at the meeting.
and representative on the stujcussed
u n i o r s ; for
reporter,
1"ranees
Keller.
secutive
strikes
in
t
h
e
first
a
n
d
s
e
c
a picnic at Normanskill
Fifty
cents
is
the
fee
charged
to
dent board of finance, lie is also a
T h e subject of the meeting will
H a r t w i c k m e n were retired.
all students for cuts at the University and Helen W i n t e r s , '31, and Miss
member of the 1935 freshman camp
be: " H o w freshman camp can be
T h e most noticeable result of t h e
Keller, were appointed co-chairmen
of North Carolina.
committee.
by Miss H e r t w i g .
Clarice Sim- lack of practice was the number of
improved over last year." T h e men
Miss Lewis and Kerbel have been
of the upper classes will be expected
Salaries of instructors at Harvard mons, '32, was appointed t o m a k e errors made in the second inning. desk editors on the NEWS during the
the
have
recently
been
increased
and
are
j
a
r
r
a
n
g
e
m
e
n
t
s
for
a
tea
to suggest ideas for the improveH a r t w i c k scored three runs on one past year and have been active in the
now as follows: professors, §8,000 t o , Lounge tor incoming officers.
ment of the camp, and freshmen will
hit and three errors.
'1 he first affairs of the sophomore class. Both
§12,000; associate professors, §6,000
have served on numerous publicity
be asked to relate and disclose what to £7,000; assistant professors, §4,000 J < t f 2 £ / « . ; , MisS
came when De Laura ran in for a committees during the year.
Miss
Hall
they missed a t freshman camp last to §5,000; instructors, §3,000.
grounder from third and threw the Lewis is secretary-elect of the sophor
Several m e m b e r s of t h e
third " " :
year.
Leader For Next Year
[bail to first instead of
Dranskv has been a contributor t o
The University of Chicago boasts.
,.....„;_ where Saunder
faculty wi be asked to attend the
hortstop, had c o \
11 of the i'ollege publications, is an
(1) the youngest, large-university I Dorothy Hall w a s elected presi
meeting.
-sociate
ed itor of the 1"34 handbook
president in the country, ( 2 ) the 'lent of the class of P 32 lor next ered the runner who was forced ,
T h e camp m a y be moved t o aoldest freshman in the United States, year, as a result of the elections froni second. 'I he throw went over i
".Kite (.'uit'>r ill tin* Kclui.
all
freshman
which
were
recently
conducted
un' le is vie,
nearer site than C'ossayuna lake, ac- (he is 72 but keeps all freshman which were recently conducted tin- j Goodrich's head.
-president of the V. M.
who wears
wears cler
der the
the supervision
supervision of
of_ Myskama.
Myskania.
(3) a professor• who
b y ' . A. and is a member of Alpha I'hi
T h es e c o n d
w a s committed
cording t o D r a n s k y . T h e camp is ide-whiskers
and rides a bicycle I T h e other officers elected a r e : vice- Goodrich w h o allowed a fast o n e ( annua, be inn
president-elect, and a
now too far away to permit many around the campus, ( 4 ) its recagni-1 president. Robert K a n k m s ; secrePi Gamma Mu.
to g e t t h r o u g h h i m . Moreland '
of the m e m b e r s of the faculty t o tion of "thru" as correct spelling, (5) tary, Leah Morgan; song k der. fumbled a g r o u n d e r between first
reporter,
Helen a n d second, a n d w h e n he" finally "goi
, ATTENDS MEETINGS
visit it conveniently, he said. It f having had the famous actor, Mil Eleanor
manager I girls athletics, h o l d o f i t f „ e t h r e w t 0 h o m e i n s t e a d
Dr. H o w a r d A. Dol.ell, assistant
S U g. | ton Sills as a professor, and (<>) cer Rohel;
was
mainly
through th
Bru- l a ' n "anti-fundamentalist" teaching: Virginia
H a w k i n s : representative j o f tto0 s second
ww
a sa'sprolessor
<
atbematics, recently
e c o n d wwhere
riere t h
e erunner
t
h
runner
l
"
"u
gestion of President A. R. Brun Girls .Athletic association counme courses.
forced from first. T h e r e were t w o a t t e n d ed a m e e t i n g • if t i n - t e a c h e r
cil. Mary Kant: m a n a g e r of men's men out, thus t h e putout at second of t i n
bacher that the change in site was
mcouta
d i s i I'M 1 \\ l u r e l l
g a v e an a d d r e s s o n " C o l l e g e C e o
considered.
The program of t h e The University of Vienna still athletics, Kenneth Miller; editor of would have retired t h e side.
abides
by
a
few
old
customs
which
t
h
e
Pedagogue,
Vera
B
u
r
n
s
;
busin
i
e
t
r
y
T h e boys appear to need a little
second day of freshman camp will
have never been withdrawn. These ness manager ol t h e Pedagogue, batting practice, too. In the three :
be built to allow those members of customs require that every pledge [ Michael Frohlich.
innings played, only o n e bit wathe faculty that find it possible to must learn to duel before he can be-! The revotes which remain to bemade.
Detlefson hit a nice liner
ime initial ed into a fraternity; pro- taken a r e : treasurer. Harold llaswell into left field over third base, l i e
visit camp a n d interview the freshand
Elva
Xealon;
representatives
on
c
ittend
ssor.t
;
in
sw:
i
mus
lass
allow
was advanced to second, sacrificed
men to interest them in courses.
„
SCHOOL
il c<iats; am 1 attend a nee at claiSS is finance board. Ruth Martin, Rosemary t.i third, and lie stole home after
A well- organized plan of adverHarvey, and George Rice; represen- the Hartwick- catcher dropped tin
'WiUiamsbuigh Savings Bank Building
impu lsory.
tising will be inaugurated to attract
tatives mi men's athletic council, Fay throw from the pitcher.
HAHSOMiiDAsHimPucauFimvsHktMVP
attention to the camp, according to
A University of Minnesota student, Blum, Samuel Dransky, and Carl T a r BROOKLYN, N t W YORH
T h e tennis team w o n every set
Intensive Summer Courses
arrested
for
selling
pennants
without
box
;
cheer
leader,
Gertrude
Cora,
George P . Rice, chairman of pubin t h e match with P h a r m a c y college
In
at
the
Wisconsin-Minnesota
!
These
revotes
will
be
conducted
next
a
license
tennis
men,
winning
t
h
e
season
cflll
0ommercial Subjects
licity. Notices and a letter will be
football game, pleaded his own case, Thursday noon, according to Xctta opener by t h e score of 6 to 0
Begin Jlny °Ume
and winning it, sold a pennant to the ;
recorder.
IS D E L E G A T E
Sophomores Give Tree
Mildred Smith, ' 3 . ' . will be t h e
ALBANY HARDWARE & IRON CO
ALUMNI T O RETURN
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As Part Of Class Gift
3 9 - 4 3 State St.
Manv alumni are expected to re- Alpha Epsiloii Phi sorority at i t T h e sophomore class has preturn for the annual spring formal i fourth biennial national convention,
"Basket Ball E q u i p m e n t "
sented a tree t o the College as adance to be conducted by College I which will be conducted at t h e
Special Prices on Uniforms a n d Full Trai
Outfits-Prompt Service
part of its class gift, Betty Gordon, Houseturdav night,' Mav 16, . G r o v e Park inn. Asheville, N o r t h
class president, announced today. according to !•'.. Lloyd Moreland. Carolina, iroin July o to July In.
president.
Dr. Donna! V. '
T h e tree is ail elm and was planted '32,
VI
Smith' assistant professor of history.
SIT SORORITY
this week in t h e corner of the front
and M r s . Smith, will act as chapAnn Golensky, '2<>. Mollie Kaufcampus in front of Page hall.
erones, and the music will be fur- maim, '_"' and Ruby Taub, ex-'.vi
1-7613
!
T h e r e will be 'a short dedication nished by the Knickerbocker A
Ah
wen. guests it tl
nils
irority h
ceremony directly following the pro- Moreland said,
Pin
gram of cla.*-- stunts on Moving-up
A GIFT FROM
day, Mis> Gordon said.
Edna Becker was chairman of the
class committee which worked with
MEAN'S MORI-;
President A. K. Brubacher in completing the details fur the purchase
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