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State College News
VOL. XVI.
No. 5
TAX ISSUE COMES
UP AGAIN TODAY
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1931
HER MAJESTY , FLORENCE I.
EDITH MA1THIS0N
TO GIVE READING
Current Depression Affects
Teachers' Salaries Adversely
T h e current depression has
had i t s effect o n t h e l e a c h i n g
profession, Professor John M .
Sayles, p r i n c i p a l o f M i l n e H i g h
school, declared today.
M a n y teachers have been r e placed b y those w h o w i l l accept
l o w e r salaries. T h i s means, t o o ,
Students w i l l decide the a m o u n t
that experienced teachers have
of the t a x f o r this year w h e n t h e
been replaced b y those w h o are
b u d g e t w i l l be considered f o r t h e b e g i n n i n g t o teach.
t h i r d c o n s e c u t i v e t i m e at the assoIn some schools the teaching
ciation meeting today.
f o r c e has b e e n r e d u c e d b y f o r m T h e s t u d e n t l a x w i l l be $1-1 i f t h e
i n g l a r g e r classes.
Supervisors
b u d g e t i s a d o p t e d as p r e s e n t e d b y
and
specialized teachers
have
the student b o a r d o f
finance.
If
been d i s m i s s e d , o r t h e y
have
the resolution presented b y L l o y d
been retained t o readapt t h e m \ V . J o n e s , M.3, p r o v i d i n g f o r a fiftyselves t o the r e g u l a r c l a s s r o o m
cent increase per student f o r t h e r o u t i n e , p r o f e s s o r Sayles said.
i n f i r m a r y f u n d , is a d o p t e d b y t h e
association, the student tax may be
$15 i n s t e a d o f $14, C l a r e n c e A .
1 l i d l e y , t r e a s u r e r o f t h e s t u d e n t association, announced.
T h e l a x is c o l l e c t e d i n e v e n d o l lars because c o l l e c t i o n o f c h a n g e
introduces t o o great a chance f o r
e r r o r and increases the aim unit o f
The Westminster Choir of Ithw o r k t h a t lias t o b e d e n e i n c o l l e c t i o n o f t h e l a x , M r . I l i d l e y e x - aca w i l l p r e s e n t a p r o g r a m o f u n accompanied music in Chancellor's
plained.
T h e student
board of
finance h a l l o n T h u r s d a y n i g h t , N o v e m b e r
p a s s e d a r e s o l u t i o n at i t s m e e t i n g 1') at 8:30 u n d e r t h e a u s p i c e s o f t h e
college
music
association.
T i n -day, r e c o m m e n d i n g t o the stu- Stale
n
d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n t h a t t h e t a x b e T h e c h o i r t o u r e d E u r o p e i n l 2>>,
c h i n e concerts in England, France,
$1-1.
Austria
and ('/echo
"I
feel t h a t
the student t a x G e r m a n y ,
s h o u l d r e m a i n $1-1 as t h e i n f i r m a r y S l o v a k i a .
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f u n d is l a r g e a n o i i g h t o meet e m e r g e n c y eases
T h e p r o p o s e d i n - be c a l l e d a " C h o i r o f c h o i r c o n d u c c r e a s e is n o t j u s t i f i a b l e as e v e r y b i l l t o r s . " F o r t y c h u r c h e s i n C e n t r a l
p r e s e n t e d t o the student b o a r d o f N e w Y o r k and N o r t h e r n P e n n s y l finance
f o r e m e r g e n c y eases h a s v a n i a a r e b e i n g s e r v e d each w e e k
b e e n p a i d . I l o c t o r s hav e b e e n w i l l - e n d b y t h e s e c o n d u c t o r s w h o a r e
iii Westminster
Choir
ing t o coop,-rale and take a reduc- students
t i o n f r o m their bills w h e n e v e r t h e -el
1. T h e c o v e t e d
places in
i l i r m a r y f u n d has b e e n l o w " , M r . W e s t m i n s t e r
Choir
g o to those
s t u d e n t s w h o by m u s i c a l a n d scholI l i d l e y said
F l e v c n o f t h e t w e n t y i t e m s o f a s t i c a b i l i t y m e r i t ( h e h o n o r Fv c r y
t h e b u d g e t p r e s e n t e d b y t h e s t u - studc nt i n t h e S c h o o l m a y t r y f o r a
d e n t h o a r d o f finance h a v e been ac- p l a c e i n t h e c h o i r , b i l l h i g h e l l i
cepted.
T b e v a r e : m u s i c a s s o c i a - r i c n e y m i i - l be m a i n t a i n e d by t h o s e
t i o n , $1,4C0; ' S I . V I I
Coi.i.wiK
N'KWS. w h o retain their places. Several o f
$2,0(10; F c h o , $1,050; d r a m a t i c a n d ! t l e s i n g e r s a r e m e m b e r s o f I h e
a r t c o u n c i l , $1,50(1; M y s k a n i a . $.150; I ST o o l I'acull y, a n d t h e m a j o r i t y o f
b a s k e t b a l l , $1,70(1; b a s e b a l l , $40(1; t h e c h o i r n o w , , n t u i i r m a d e t l
t e n n i s , $250; i n t r a m u r a l s p o r t s $ 7 5 ; F u r o p e a n t r i p i n 1°2Q.
T i c k e t s w i l | l,e o b t a i n a b l e i n e
a t h h lie c o n t i n g e n t , $50(1; a n d secchange for student tax tickets T l
r e t a r i a l c o n t i n g e n t , $200.
T h e i t e m s t o be v o t e d o n a r e : d a t e o f t h e i r d i s t r i b u t i o n w i l l I
i n f i r m a r y \n\\<\, $2,500 u i t h a p r o - a n n o u n c e d in t h e N'KWS as so.
as it is d e c i d e d u p o n , a c c o r d i n g t
p o s e d i n c r e a s e o f $581.5(1; h a n d
K a t h e r i n e Uclknap, '51. preside!
I
k, $325.15; G i r U ' A t h l e t i c ; i -
Famous Actress Will Dramatize Scenes from Shakespeare
Wednesday Night
Students to Consider Budget;
Eleven of Twenty Items
Accepted Last Week
T h e student association will r e ceive t h e first d r a m a t i c o f f e r i n g o f
the year w h e n the a l u m n i association presents E d i t h W y n n e M a t t h i son, i n t e r n a t i o n a l l y k n o w n S h a k e s pearean actress, i n the a u d i t o r i u m
of Page h a l l , W e d n e s d a y n i g h t a t
8:15 o ' c l o c k .
Miss Matthison will
interpret Shakespearean roles.
M i s s M a t t h i s o n w i l l r e a d several
Shakespearean
scenes.
T h e first
g r o u p w i l l i n c l u d e the scene between
P o r t i a a n d Hassauio f r o m " t h e M e r c h a n t o f V e n i c e " , a n d t h e balcony
scene
from
"Komco
and Juliet".
Queen
Catherine's
defense
from
" H e n r y V I I I " a n d the d i a l o g u e between
Hamlet
a n d Ophelia
from
" H a m l e t " w i l l c o n s t i t u t e t h e second
g r o u p o f r e a d i n g s , w i t h forest scenes
from " A s You Like I t " comprising
the t h i r d .
COLLEGE COUNCIL
TO PRESENT CHOIR
ON NOVEMBER 19
W h i l e M i s s M a t t h i s o n is here f o r
her p r e s e n t a t i o n at State College, she
w i l l he e n l e r a i n e d b y M i s s A g u e s E.
F u t l c r c r , assistant p r o f e s s o r o f E n g lish. S t u d e n t s , as w e l l as o t h e r m e m bers o f t h e a u d i e n c e , w i l l have t h e
o p p o r t u n i t y o f m e e t i n g the actress i n
the l . m m g e o f R i c h a r d s o n H a l l a f t e r
the p e r f o r m a n c e .
T i c k e t s w i l l be on sale W e d n e s d a y ,
in t h e r o t u n d a o f D r a p e r h a l l .
Miss
M i n n i e l i . S c o t l a n d is i n c h a r g e o f
the sale.
Amidst t h e acclaim of m o r e than one t h o u s a n d spectators,
F l o r e n c e F r i e d m a n , '32, r e c e i v e d t h e c r o w n o f c a m p u s q u e e n .
D e m o c r a c y t r i u m p h e d a g a i n , since M i s s F r i e d m a n was elected
by p o p u l a r vote o f the student association.
S h e is t h e first o f
her name and hence bears the title o f F l o r e n c e I.
' Miss Friedman Acclaimed To Throne;
1000 Attend Campus Ceremonies Friday
n a t i o n , $1.-100; s t u d e n t d i r e c t o r y , <>| t h e m u s i c c o u n c i l
$100;
t r e a s u n r'- b o n d , $25; t a s |
c a r d s , $10; N a t i o n a l S t u d e n t F e d I „ . , I I / . | | ww
n
.
e r a t i o n o f A m e r i c a . $1-10; S l a t e tlUD
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$ 8 0 0 ; a n d dc hale- c o i m c "
$571.'
In Lounge To-morrow
A new d y n a s t y i n t h e h i s t o r y o f S l a t e c o l l e g e r o y a l l y w a s f o u n d e d
T e n C a t h e r i n e K. N o r r i - , ' 5 1 , p l a c e d t h e c r o w n o f c a m p u s q u e e n u p o n
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F r i e d m a n , w h o became (Jueen I T . r
nee I , t o t h e a c c l a i
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DATE OF ISSUANCE
OF 1931 DIRECTORY
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N e w Y< irk S t a l e - i n d e n t c o n f e r e n c e
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WELCOMES MEMBERS
F o r m a n y y e a r s , D r . Ki.sley h a - M o o r e , '.iy p r o p e r t i e s ; J o h n G r o s - m o u n t e d t l i e p l a t f o r m f r o m o p p o
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welcomes
Dartmouth
vs. C o r n e l l
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Eleanor
game.
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and M a r l h a S m i t h , sophomores.
I s a b e l H e w i t t , '55, c l e a n u p .
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Dr. Risley To Umpire
Football November 3
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Miss
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1931
State College News
Established by the Class of 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for Teachers
T H E N E W S BOARD
GEORGE P . R I C E
I: s i
Editor-in-Chief
455 Elk Street
"THUNDERING HERD"POUNDS
E a c h year t h e antics of t h e " t h u n d e r i n g h e r d " present a p r o b l e m to t h e presiding officer of the s t u d e n t
a s s o c i a t i o n . E a c h y e a r certain s t u d e n t s , utterly lacking in c o u r t e s y due their fellow s t u d e n t s , make a concerted rush to t h e rear of the a s s e m b l y and t h e escape
it alTords—and always a r o u n d a q u a r t e r of twelve.
It m a t t e r s but little if t h e s t u d e n t association is
d i s c u s s i n g i m p o r t a n t b u s i n e s s ; they m u s t m a k e their
passage, r e g a r d l e s s of t h e obvious breach of m a n n e r s .
P e r h a p s they d o n o t k n o w that regular parliament a r y rules govern t h e conduct of s t u d e n t s while in
a s s e m b l y a n d that once they a s s u m e their seats they
a r e expected to keep t h e m .
T h e chair might very well a p p o i n t several s t u d e n t s
to a " s t r o n g a r m " squad in o r d e r to restrain the eagerness of s o m e . T h e r e is no excuse for leaving assembly before t h e motion for a d j o u r n m e n t is put. Seniors
d o i n g practice teaching a r e t h e only people who m a y
conceivably d o this a n d t h e y should take pains to be
seated in t h e rear of t h e a s s e m b l y w h e r e their exit
will be least noticed.
Four Students See Yorktown Pageant;
Hospitality And Dialect Interest Men
(Editor's Note: The following
article itlds written by Bernard
S. Kerbel, 33, associate managing editor of the N E W S , who with
three other students, attended the Sesqui-centennial
celebration at
Vorktown Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.
In the article
he describes the program and presents some interesting
side-lights
which attracted the attention of the State college
delegation.)
T h e t w o sieges of t h e b a t t l e folThe pageants depicting the two
sieges of t h e battle of Y o r k t o w n , lowed a g r o u p of military, artilthe presence of m a n y d i p l o m a t i c , lery, a n d cavalry drills. A b o u t six
military, and naval figures, b o t h h u n d r e d people p a r t i c i p a t e d in this
A N D R E W A. H R I T Z
Managing
Editor
foreign a n d domestic a n d (he h o s - p a g e a n t . T h e y r e p r e s e n t e d F r e n c h
201 North Lake Avenue, 5-1611
a n d sailors,
American
pitality a n d dialect of S o u t h e r n soldiers
peoples w e r e the m o s t o u t s t a n d i n g soldiers, a n d British a n d H e s s i a n
H E L E N ROHEL
Finance
Manager
features of o u r entire trip to t h e troops.
Chi Sigma Thcta, 215 Partridge Street, 6-6156
Sesqui-Centenuial
celebration _ of
O t h e r t h i n g s t h a t i m p r e s s e d us
ALVINA R. LEWIS
Associate Managing
Editor
the battle of Y o r k t o w n Virginia most particularly were t h e dialect
206 Western Avenue, 4-1839
last week end.
of t h e S o u t h e r n people, which we
BERNARD S. KERDEI
Associate Managing
Editor
W e left State college F r i d a y tried to imitate, their e x t r a o r d i n a r y
57 Elberon Place
afternoon at t w o o'clock a n d after hospitality, t h e c h a r a c t e r of the
driving for eighteen h o u r s c o n s e c - s o u t h e r n h i g h w a y s , which extend
utively w e arrived at R i c h m o n d , for miles s t r a i g h t a w a y w i t h o u t a
SUPPORT
COMMISSION
the capital city of t h e s t a t e of Vir- single c u r v e ; t h e size of t h e plantaSENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Ruth Brezee, Vera Hums, Frances
Keller, and Bessie Levine. JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Abbie
ginia. After breakfasting, we p r o - tions, a n d t h e w a r m t h that we enDinneen, Harriet Dunn, Laura Styn, and Margaret Service.
O n e of t h e most difficult tasks that falls to t h e lot
DESK EDITOR: Grenfell Rand, '3-1. REPORTERS: Luisa Igleslas, of s t u d e n t s devolves upon t h e c a m p u s commission. ceeded to historic Y o r k t o w n , which c o u n t e r e d .
Rose Kantor, Carolyn Kramers, Ruth Putnam, Violet Putnam,
is sixty miles distant from RjchOn t h e return trip on Sunday
Its duties a r e varied a n d involved. E v e r y student mond. Arriving at t h e battle-field
Bessie Simmons, Hilda Smith, and Edith Tenner, juniors; Vi
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should feel his duty to c o o p e r a t e with the m e m b e r s we i m m e d i a t e l y p r o c e e d e d t o col- we stopped off at Mount Vcrnoti,
mia Abidjan,
Cclia
Diane
llochner,
Hilda
b u t w e r e d i s a p p o i n t e d to discover
:ieanor Coutant, Katherlne Cunneen, Helen Dolierty. Jane of t h e c o m m i s s i o n as far as possible.
lect p r o g r a m s , p a m p h l e t s , a n d pic- t h a t il w a s closed. W e noticed that
Doocey, Frances Higgins, Marion Howard, Marion Mle<
S u g g e s t i o n s of t h e c h a i r m a n of t h e commission torial post cards.
Mary Moore, Hannah Parked, Marilyn Knscnheck, Almir,
the p r e p a r a t i o n s w e r e s t a r t e d for
Kuss, Betty Salcse, Katherine Simmons, Thclma Smith, licssi. w e r e given to be followed. After all, the commission is
T h e battle-field itself is about the Bicentennial of W a s h i n g t o n ' s
Stetkar. Dolores Van Scott, Mary Lou Walther, Katherin.
Wilkins, and Elizabeth Zuend, sophomores. CIRCULATION MAN s e r v i n g t h e student body and t h e College.
nine s q u a r e miles, but for p u r p o s e s birth next spring.
AOER:
Frances Mazar, '32. ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANACEUS
Cleanliness about t h e College and orderliness in of convenience an arena a b o u t sevW c visited t h e A r l i n g t o n cemMary Dolierty and Jean Watkins, juniors. BUSINESS STAI'IJean Craigmile, Marguerite Crutchley, anil Katherine Hang r o u t i n e m a t t e r s a r c chief concerns of the commission. en acres was used for t h e p a g e a n t s . etery and were very much impressophomores.
S u p p o r t it in its efforts.
W e arrived at t h e battle-field sed at t h e almost t r a n s l u c e n c y of
g r a n d s t a n d s , just a bit t o o late to the marble of t h e a m p h i t h e a t r e and
Published every Friday in the eoll.-gc year by the E, litorial
liear the speeches General J o h n J. the t o m b of t h e I 'nkuow n Soldier.
Board representing the Student Association. Subscriptions , $2.25
Pershing, c o m m a n d e r of t h e A m e r - W c were surprised to note that a
CHANGING AN ANTIQUE
per year, single copies, tun cents.
Delivered anywhere ill the
ican
forces d u r i n g the W o r l d W a r , soldier keeps g u a r d c o n s t a n t l y in
United States.
Entered as second class matter at pos
and
Marshal Henri Petain, t h e front of t h e t o m b .
Albany, N. Y.
O u t w o r n and in need of revision for years, t h e
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W e spent the rest of Sunday
point system has finally been handed over to a stuThe News does not necessarily endorse sentiments e \ | iresseil dent c o m m i t t e e charged with t h e duty of bringing was c o u n t e r - b a l a n c e d later by see- a f t e r n o o n
in W a s h i n g t o n , where
in contributions. No communications will be printed unit •ss the
ing these t w o men at close view we visited
many
governmental
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NEWS.
writers' names arc left with the Editor-in-Chief of the
pass
by
in
a
military
procession
buildings,
including
the WashingAnonymity will be preserved if so desired. The XMVS do es not
T h e r e a r c too m a n y u n i m p o r t a n t offices on t h e list along with t h e H o n o r a b l e C h a r l e s ton m o n u m e n t , the W h i l e 1 louse,
guarantee to print any nr all communications.
h o l d i n g t h e points of a major office; certain minor of- Frances A d a m s , s e c r e t a r y of t h e the Capitol, and tin: S m i t h s o n i a n
fices a r e really of major i m p o r t a n c e ; some offices a r e navy, Ihe H o n o r a b l e Ray L y m a n Institution.
PRINTED IIY HAMILTON PRINTING COMPANY, ALHANY, N E W YORK no! even listed.
Vilbur, secretary of Interior, Gov
We left W a s h i n g t o n about - i x
Such a system works an injustice on s t u d e n t s w h o
ir J o h n G. Pollard of Virginia, t h i r t y that niuht and spent th
hold a so-called "major office" which really entails
abinet m e m b e r s anil night in L a n c a s t e r , I ennsylv
little work. Revision should free them for other ami
una! leaders.
From L a n c a s t e r , t h e next i n o n
nign
m o r e i m p o r t a n t tasks.
Visit Battlefield
we p r o c e e d e d to Albany ami
T h e battle-field a r o u n d t h e a n n a rived about live o'clock.
HOW MUCH LONGER?
was occupied by m a n y t e n t s which
STATKSMAN
\Y K I r t: s o t
housed t h e displays of v a r i o u s d e C. S . ; W A R O N IXSI.I I S
M a n y s t u d e n t o r g a n i z a t i o n s , dependent upon the
p a r t m e n t s , and t h e d e l e g a t i o n s of
Co.N'
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I.NI'hS.
b u d g e t , a r e suffering e m b a r r a s s m e n t in dealing with
the states. W e visited as m a n y as
Iiy G. I'. K
c r e d i t o r s because of needless delay in t h e a d o p t i o n
we could before t h e a f t e r n o o n proof the a n n u a l budget. None of them can obtain m o n e y
g r a m began.
W e learned at t h e
Hv Fredeick J. Slimson. ( h a r k s
1/y United Stales.
until t h e budget is adopted.
tent reserved for t h e N e w York
T h e discussion today will mark t h e third week that Seribncr's Sons. N e w York. -178 pages. $.1.50.
delegation that there were eighteen
has been given to the budget—far m u r e time than
" M y United S l a t e s " is t h e s t o r y of an American o t h e r d e l e g a t i o n s from colleges and
w a s necessary. N o one will a r g u e that careful con- b o y h o o d , of a distinguished c a r e e r in law and gov- schools in N e w York.
s i d e r a t i o n should be dispensed, but e v e r y o n e must e r n m e n t , and the revelations of a diplomatic career
T h e a r e n a itself w a s b o r d e r e d in
a g r e e that a n y t h i n g which will expedite t h e work in w a r time, written by a cousin of a potential candithe shape of a half-circle by thirdate for t h e Republican n o m i n a t i o n for president.
should be d o n e .
. B y sf. ffijy^l a y g o e r
teen g r a n d s t a n d s , a n d m o n u m e n t a l
T h e notice of the student board of finance to the
T h e story begins with a pleasant account of a n o r m - pylons, which were built by the
effect that all budget items be handed in t w o weeks al b o y h o o d in Iowa before t h e Civil W a r . Mis life original t h i r t e e n s t a t e s .
Charles
T h e first of t h e d r a m a t i c s class
ago w a s printed in ibis newspaper. Vet one student at H a r v a r d as a m e m b e r of t h e class of 7 6 is of par- Frances A d a m s presided at t h e
plays showed an excellent directort h r e w a wrench in t h e works last Friday by p r o p o s i n g ticular interest to t h e college s t u d e n t . F r o m Ihe time afternoon p r o g r a m , and later gave
ial ability mi t h e part of Miss
an action which should have been referred to the of his g r a d u a t i o n we follow his career with decided a speech on the i m p o r t a n c e of the
Clemens.
T h e r e w a s a unity of
board for its consideration. It certainly is an indi- interest ; l s he passes t h r o u g h t h e Roosevelt era, up
navy in t h e battle of Y o r k t o w n . 1 le setting, a t m o s p h e r e , and mood that
cation of s h o r t - s i g h t e d n e s s . G r a n t i n g that t h e in- t h r o u g h the W o r l d W a r .
introduced the d e s c e n d a n t s of Mar- is seldom achieved in a class pit sc r e a s e suggested is desirable, w h y did not its advoP r e v i o u s to his European trip as an American dipdilation.
c a t e s p r o m o t e it by some o t h e r channel than to wait lomat he speaks of national events o n l y ; later Ihe shal, C o m i c de R o c h a m b e a u , head
'I he setting w a s unusual—a room
until t w o weeks after all items should have been scene widens to include actions ,,f international scope. of t h e French military forces during
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l i e had at o n e time been an e x c h a n g e professor in Margins de L a f a y e t t e ; of Admiral liked the c a l e n d a r with t h e h a m ,
ft is p r o b a b l e that the students will n o t vote for a law with the University of Paris and s,, had entered th: Grasse, c o m m a n d e r
of the Ihe s t o c k i n g s over the chair, and
m e a s u r e which will increase t h e student tax a n o t h e r the field of pedagogy.
French a d m i r a b l y during t h e revo- the victrola.
dollar. It is equally certain that the student board of
He is critical of the American state d e p a r t m e n t lution; of Lord Cornwallis, C o m P l a y g o e r s u g g e s t s that m o r e at
finance will not accept the tax in sums i n v o k i n g the portfolio of which is 1,,-ld |,y H e n r y Slimson, his m a n d e r of the British a r m i e s dur- lention he paid to that part of the
p a r t s of a dollar.
cousin.
Political intrigue and the s c e n t s of stale- ing that war, and of Baron Von stage which s h o w s when d o o r s a r e
open.
T o be completely in the
It should be r e m e m b e r e d that the fund being dis- craft a r e revealed by a man w h o knew them both as Steuben.
mood of t h e play, and then to sec
cussed is an "emergency fund." It is not to be used o b s e r v e r and participant.
t h r o u g h an open door and recug
for s t u d e n t s who bring a bill or a carefully t h o u g h t
His life covers a m o m e n t o u s period in American
ni/e a few old familiar b o a r d s and
out illness. It might be wise fur the board to define history and his a c q u a i n t a n c e s included great men and
the well-known brick wall is to
what an " e m e r g e n c y " m e a n s and when otic exists in women of many fields. T o read his book is to view
come
to earth with a b u m p .
Il
the life of a student!
Ihe kaleidescopic c h a n g e s which m e t a m o r p h o s e d
seemed u n r e a s o n a b l e , loo, t li.it one
T h e student body should meet this m o r n i n g with \ m e r i e a from a W e s t e r n |,, a World power,
should
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firm i n t e n t i o n s of disposing of all business pertaining
(Cmuimied from fair I, ,olmmi 5)
three pillows piled up on the lloor,
t o the budget. Legitimate discussion should be encour- The Insert Menace
Iiy P. (). Howard. The Century
Mrs.
G e o r g e A. Plant, M r s awaiting just the chance to appear.
aged, but no one will offer s t r e n u o u s objection if the
Company. New York. .(47 pages. $.1.3(1.
Charles I). Iline, Miss | o a n Van
Miss (Juick -bowed again lliat
•chair takes steps to halt needless o r a t o r y .
H e r e is shown tin Insect E m p i r e — s t r o n g , mili- Slyke, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Slit
T h e parade of vocal sandwich men is a n o t h e r item tant, and boasting an antiquity that far exceeds that art Greene, Mrs. Fred S t e p h e n s , she is a superior actress .me ..|
the best thai ha- ever graced
which ought to be reduced. T h i s n e w s p a p e r lias for of t h e h u m a n race rapidly multiplying and spread
M P s Elizabeth Smith, Miss Mary
its chief purpose the task of giving publicity to the iug over the earth In a constant war against the W a s s o u , Mrs. William Bayard Van Slate's stage. T h e r e is an est i p
tional Hole of sincerity in h e r act
several o r g a n i z a t o n s . T h e y have n o right to take up p r o g r e s s of m a n .
Renssalaer, M r s . Adua W . Rislev, iug.
She has a keen perception
valuable times in an oral repetition of material that
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this paper and many limes is. Some, sin h as d r a m a t i c has had to evolve a type, due to Us quicker powers Mis, Newton Van Derzee, , , .
It I. it to themselves, they would
M ' ^ l W e especially
p e n a l l y liked her p a n t o m i m e
p r e s e n t a t i o n s , athletic e\ciils, and debates, may jus of r e p r o d u c t i o n
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tify an oral a n n o u n c e merit, bill there is little excuse have a much greater chance of successful survival Baldinan, ami M r s . Ralph T a g g a i
than would m a n , Dr. l b . w a r d reveals.
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He s h o w s the natural a d v a n t a g e s of ihe insect
P e r h a p s if there are fewer "an noil in em c u t , " today,
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alway-. backed any project which w on hi i i n p r c s , upon
11:10 P M. Wsciuldy, Audit..ri
o t h e r institutions the plate o( a l e a t h e r ' s college in .( uu i essl'ul w.o i n ,he pi s t inn. P a c e hall.
ilt I- a d r i l l , i . In. I cntouioh is) o f t h e I ' n i i e t l
intei i ollegiate t ircles.
Tomorrow
H e r e c e n t l y re
D e l e g a t i o n s a i e scut each year to leading coiiven Slatt s I lepai tun nt o| Agi n ulltll i
7.10
P.M.
Commerce Hal
tioiis of artistic, social science, religious, and jour i ei\ o l t h e I 'appi i W a r d of $3,000 h
lowe't n Party
Lounge, Rich,i.l nl.ill h.ii for fin lln i mi a, i .. ulltll
nalislic i m p o r t a n c e T h e plate of the College iii iii
ardson Hall.
t e r c o l l e g i a t e debating has s t r e n g t h e n ! d this gradual!) less combat with insect d e s l r o > e r s .
10:00 A M. G A. A. Indian
Alpha c h a p t e r of Phi Delta is , n
g r o w i n g relation of unity with o t h e r colleges
P r o f e s s o r W o o d a r d head of ihe I,biology depart
Ladder
Hike
Ibises leave
l e i i a i n i n g ihe o t h e r sororities ami
E v e r y dollar expended for such purposes r e t u r n s a incut, praises the book. He coimiiennils Us illuslracollege al ten.
the faculty m e m b e r s at a lea litis
t w o fold value: Ihe College receives a desirable type lions and the natural m a n n e r in w hi
lich il has been
Tuesday
Sunday afternoon from three lo li\ e
of p u b l i c i t y ; a n d the students who enjoy t h e trip a n d written, free from highly let hi
lenils. | | , ex
o'clock at t h e s o r o r i t y house. T h e
7:J0 I ' M . Spanish Club Rethe r e s u l t a n t experience a r e belter fitted to return as a m p l e s and e m p h a s i s on the economic phus
if
the
ception,
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tea
is being given in celebration of
a d v i s e r s to their fellows.
question is particularly well handled.
Ihe F o u n d e r s ' Day of Phi Delta.
AUDREY FLOWERS
Advertising
Page Hall, 131 South Lake Avenue, 6-6-182
Manager
f
BOOKS:
STATES
STAGE
SPONSORS NAMED
FOR PRESENTATION
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
Sorority To Entertain
At Social Tea Sunday
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1931
SENT
GREEKS TO HAVE DELEGATES
TO YORKTOWN, VA. 141 STATE SENIORS
DANCE OCTOBER 31 SESQM-CENTENNIAL COMPCSE^ FACULTY
Women Will Conduct Dances
In Individual Houses;
Committees Named
F o u r men were sent by the student association to the Scsqui-Centennial c e l e b r a t i o n of the battle of
Yorktovvn at Y o r k t o w n , Virginia,
last Friday, S a t u r d a y , Sunday and
Monday, as delegates r e p r e s e n t i n g
S t a l e college. T h e delegation was
composed of K e n n e t h Miller, '32,
c h a i r m a n ; A n d r e w A. l l r i t z ,
'il,
m a n a g i n g editor of the STATE COI.i.Kcn- N E W S ; Samuel S. Dorrance, 'il,
editor of the F.cho; and Bernard S.
Kerbel, 'ii, associate m a n a g i n g edi-
Professor John M. Sayles Gives
Teaching Schedule for
First Semester
ORCHESTRA NAMED
FOR ANNUAL HOP
State's News Represented
In Intercollegiate Press
Copies
of
the
STATE
COLLEGE
NEWS are b e i n g sent eacli w e e k
to the I n t e r c o l l e g i a t e P r e s s at
Cleveland, Ohio, which issues
each week a blue letter t o t h e
editors of college n e w s p a p e r s
with news of national collegiate
interest.
E v e n t s at S t a t e college which
would be of national interest will
be copied from these copies of
tile NEWS and i n c o r p o r a t e d in the
weekly d e s p a t c h e s .
Attendance Is Limited To 150;
Seniors Have Preference
Committee Declares
Shirlcyncll and her Monte Karlo
Girls will furnish the music to
which the senior class will dance
at its annual H o p to be conducted
in the Page Hall g y m n a s i u m F r i day night from 9 o'clock until 1,
according to D u a n e Baker, chairman of the music c o m m i t t e e . Music
man of the music c o m m i t t e e .
8:05 to 9:00 o'clock: seventh year A t t e n d a n c e at the dance will be
English, Sylvia Kline; science, Anita Sohellimited to ISO couples and seniors
will be given preference, a c c o r d i n g
T h i r t y - f o u r m e m b e r s of t h e art to Robert R a n k i n s , general chairEnglish, Selma Sims; science, Allien Aimsie.li; ninth y e a r - French, Marlon Strcv- d e p a r t m e n t plan to visit the T r y o n man. Bids and favors will be disArt Gallery of Smith
college, tributed in room X W e d n e s d a y by
N o r t h h a m p t o n , M a s s a c h u s c t t c s , to- the c o m m i t t e e s in c h a r g e .
Levine; tenth year -English, Kuth Fisher;
m
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,
Miss
Eunice
P
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c
, head
Latin, Margaret Starr; llislnry A, FlorThe committees are: arrangeence F.iscntein, Marion Ahrains ; elementary of t h e a r t d e p a r t m e n t , a n n o u n c e d . m e n t , F r a n c e s Keller, c h a i r m a n ,
Igebra, Margaret Cottschalk; French, Mary T h e s t u d e n t s will leave the College
Audrey
Flowers, F'.lva Nealon, and
O'Shcn;
ml.
Fr
Lc
by bus at 8:15 o'clock in the m o r n Lazar.my;
•try, Evelyn Fort
Clarice S i m m o n s ; bids, Julia Fister,
Latin, Mn
Calusha; physics, Fran- ing and r e t u r n at night.
chairman,
Sue Brierly,
Frances
Ifth year French, Helcne
Sixty s t u d e n t s had signed up to
(rooks
iate algehra, Harold Has- visit the art gallery, Miss Ferine Gaynor, and Ruth I s h e n v o o d ; decwell ;
geography, Frances M
orations, Leah D o r g a n , c h a i r m a n ,
said, but only thirty-four can be Ruth Goldsmith, and Ruth M a r t i n ;
,.l F.lli- Kn'i
Ah,
liihli
English -I
F, loin
a c c o m m o d a t e d at one lime.
An- favors, K a t h e r i n e Belknap, cliairEngl
•I. Isal.cl I
o t h e r trip will be c o n d u c t e d soon, uian,
Alice
Giblin,
Rosemary
she added.
I'o
Harvey, and M a r g u e r i t e N o r ' h r u p ;
T h e g r o u p plans to visit the floor. Harold Haswell, c h a i r m a n ,
d o r m i t o r i e s of Sinilh college, and and Lloyd M o r e l a n d ; music, D u a n e
Arnold Hoohhe
the residence, , of Calvin
. , I'oolidgc,
, . , , Maker,
chairman,
and
Robert
Tcrwil'ige, ; ,„.form
English 1. luli,
president ol the L mtcd | F | o n ( , y . r , f , . c s i l n l e n t S | H e l e n BurgState
selis; hinlogy,
tier.
Special e m p h a s i s will be placed
T h e dec. rations will be done by
nillth-vc.-ir s.ici'i
on I he original p a i n t i n g s illustrat- professional d e c o r a t o r s , T h e con• laid : F.e,„l, 1
ing the beginning of m o d e r n art, tract has been a w a r d e d to T r a n a n
.Atkinson and F
Froleiick ; Lai
Miss Ferine said. T h e w o r k s of of C h o c s , who has decorated for
Imokki-epii
I. F
I lie following a r t i s t s will be seen dances at both R. I'. 1. and U n i o n .
Unix; F,
I ),„,|e
at the art gallery: C.ericault, Dela- T h e d e c o r a t i o n s will probably folmetlv. M:,
Fortune; history II. Ma,
Forltni ler, Kan,.-Hi Miller; Enejis
croix, t'otirbet, lolin C o n s t a b l e , low the class color scheme of yelMadeline (Ireen; Latin 4, I.. A loin
Corot, Millet, and Renoir.
low and wdiite.
French .1, Margaret Nelson; shoi'iha
Mildred Meyer: chemistry, Kalhiyn
'I'he p a t r o n s and p a t r o n e s s e s for
nap; French ,!, Kuth Mrc/ec.
the dance will b e : Dr. A. R. lirtibacher and Mrs. Brubacher, presi10:05 to II :00: sevenlh gra.le ,,
dent of the college, Dean William
,„alios. C.ri,,,,,- Faulk; social se;
II Met/.ler and Mrs. Mctzlcr, Dean
Marjorie Wilson; -.deuce, Mary Coin
eighth grade mathematics, Manila fa
T h e junior class will have a .Anna K. Fierce, Donald C. Bryant,
science, I'.i ni.i Seoil ; English, I
" l ' o \ erty P a r t y " in the L o u n g e of instructor in F.nglish, Miss Marion
Mullen; Latin I. Dorothea liurleigh ;
Richardson hall on Friday night, Conklin, supervisor in English in
v, M
I.I Elsie lloh
N o v e m b e r 13, at 8:11(1 o'clock, J. Milne High school, Miss A n n e t t e
il'l'D
:,ing, Florenc He
liruce F'ilby, class president, an
Dobbin, i n s t r u c t o r in French, Mr.
in; French I, Louise llonevco
iioiinced today. It was decided at Carleton Moose, supervisor in sciisl, .!. Duane Maker and C She
a
meeting
of
the
class
T
u
e
s
d
a
y
to
hislory A, lane Mar Laughlin
ence in Milne H i g h school, and
Xealon; Latin J, Katherine Kent
have this party
Mrs. Moose, Miss Helen J a m e s , a s eh I. Maedc'iua Th,
Caroline
FTanccs McMalion will be general sistant librarian, Miss
rllv
Mi
Lester,
i n s t r u c t o r in m a t h e m a t i c s ,
cliairuian
for
the
pari
y,
I
ler
comCath.
id Hele
mittees will he: r e f r e s h m e n t s , Wil- and Clarence A. Hidley, assistant
Codfrev;
liam Collins, c h a i r m a n , M a r g a r e t professor of history, and Mrs.
ry C, 10
Service and Flora W u r s t l i n ; faculty, Hidley.
A L i n a Lewis, cliairuian; e n t e r t a i n ment, Laura Styn, c h a i r m a n , Katherine
Moore and R a y m o n d H a r r i s ;
social
Frances I lev
a r r a n g e m e n t s , J o h n Detlefson and
hiol.i)
if red I.
id Melva Ma
English, Sa
algel.l
Tarpek
lohn ( i r o s v e n o r ; and a s s e s s m e n t s ,
I'afla
and Audrey Flowers; typewi mug, Ralph Harris.
W'einhei-K and Marie StU-f\ali-i ;
i inly m e m b e r s of the junior class,
i I, Audrey Sullivan: commercial
H a n n a h I'arker, Crenfell Rand,
die, Marie Cccne; Latin 2. Ililde- faculty c h a p e r o n s , and the class and I'hillip Ricciardi were nomiSiiohmaiei ; history A. Mary Alex Myskania guardians, Isabel f'eard
nated for the posiloii of the sophoCatherine Uiegel; English .1, Hull,
and Mildred Smith, seniors, will he more class r e p o r t e r at a m e e t i n g
I)
Id, :
permitted to attend.
last week, Flections will he W e d I'hi Delta: Marjorie Wilson, 'il,
nesday, according to William Nelgeneral c h a i r m a n ; Ruth l!<>yd, 'ii, C. Margaret Hen,
son,
class president.
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music; Virginia H a w k i n s , 'il, ar- lish I. Helen Mea
T h e vacancy in the office was
rangements;
India Newton,
'ii, ilia Kellogg.
lane Coiiboy, '2'), was a week end made by the- transfer of F.dward
Mowers; L i m a llrown, 'il, refreshvisitor at the ( l a m m a I'hi Sigma Deevey, former reporter, to Yale
m e n t s ; and L l i / a b e i h H u m p h r e y ,
1 :00 to 2:00:
iiniver-.it v.
il v house recently.
'il, p r o g r a m s .
Fifteen S t a t e college sororities
will c o n d u c t their annual fall house
d a n c e s on S a t u r d a y night, O c t o b e r
31. T h e d a n c e s will he in the individual s o r o r i t y houses. C o m m i t t e e s
have been a p p o i n t e d for the dances
by each s o r o r i t y .
tor of the N E W S ,
The sorority committees arc:
T h e delegation appointed
by
Psi G a m m a : d e c o r a t i o n s , Kvclyn Clarence A. Hidley, assistant proA r m s t r o n g , 'ii, c h a i r m a n , Bertha fessor of history, left the college
Buhl and Adelaide l.yndt, j u n i o r s ; Friday at 2 o'clock for Y o r k t o w n ,
music, D o r o t h y Griffin, Leora Ged- and arrived t h e r e S a t u r d a y m o r n i n g .
des, and R u t h Bedell, s o p h o m o r e s ; T h e d e l e g a t e s heard famous naval,
r e f r e s h m e n t s , Almira k u s s , Cather- military and diplomatic men speakine B r o w n , and J u n e Carey, s o p h o - to the assembled multitude, witm o r e s ; clean-up, Helen Kluge, Har- nessed various military drills, saw
riet V a n W e l y , and Marjorie Hicks, an historical pageant which ins o p h o m o r e s ; faculty, Marie Sticf- cluded the reeiiactnienl of the siege
vater, '32, and p r o g r a m , F.velyn Ls- of Y o r k t o w n . ( >n the return trip
may a n d F l o r e n c e Dorn, j u n i o r s .
which was begun Sunday m o r n i n g ,
visile,1 ' historical
I'.ta P h i : music, Abbie Dinnccn, the d e l e g a t e '33, c h a p e r o n s , A m i " Ni~l.itt. 'il; slirines, m o n u m e n t s and m e m o r i a l s
m Richmond, Va., Baltimore, Mel.,
refreshments, Rosemary
Harvey,
and W a s h i n g t o n , D. C. T h e dele'il, and p r o g r a m s , Letitia (.'onncIL,
gation reached Albany at 5 o'clock
'34.
on Monday afternoon.
I'i Alpha T a n : a r r a n g e m e n t s and
Slate college was one of nineteen
programs,
Hetty
Simmons, '33,
c h a i r m a n , Lena Gould, '3-1; music, other Xew York Slate colleges, uniEdith Levine, '33; r e f r e s h m e n t s , ! versities, and schools that were replane Sliulman, '33, Matilda Centner, resented by like delegations at
*34; d e c o r a t i o n s , k e n a (.'olom.m, 'ii; Yorktown.
and c h a p e r o n s , L.lna Kpstcin, 'ii.
G a m m a Kappa I 'hi: chaperons,
Marie I'rindlc, '31, chairman, Mar |
g a r c t Service, '33; music, Marie
Greene,
'33, cliairuian,
Martha
Davis, 'i2, and Carolyn Christians e n , ' 3 3 ; r e f r e s h m e n t s , Marjorie I >e
Biology chili will have a party
Ileus, 'il, c h a i r m a n , Muriel Denton
and K a t h r y n I lane,, s o p o h n i o r e s ; tonight in t h e L o u n g e of Richard-•
ai
hall for all who are interested,
and p r o g r a m s , Jean Murray, '3 1,
cliairuian; Marjorie l.ongmuir, 'il, Winifred Lansing, 'il, club president, a n n o u n c e d today. T h e new
and Rita H r o w n h a r d l , '34.
m e m b e r s of t h e club will be initiated
Beta Z e t a : d e c o r a t i o n s , F.li/abeth
at this party, and there will be
fohnsnti,
'34;
music,
Marjorie j singing, e n t e r t a i n m e n t , and refreshD o m s e r , 'ii; a r r a n g e m e n t s , Alice ments.
V a u g h n , 'ii; faculty, Ivtith I'utnani, j
Corrine Faulk and Anita Sobe
'ii; and refreshments, Lois Benja- j
leski, seniors, are in c h a r g e of the
min, '31.
event.
A d m i s s i o n will be twentyAlpha R h o :
decorations, Sar;i
Hill, 'il, and Mae Smith, 'ii; re- live cents. All those who desire to
come are requested t " sign up on
f r e s h m e n t s , Julia I linaiuan, ' il
the main bulle.m board in Draper
c h a p e r o n s , C a r o l y n Fitzgerald, 'il:
ball, Miss L a n s i n g added.
and music, I lelen Van D u / e e , 'ii.
O n e h u n d r e d forty-one seniors
are t e a c h i n g in Milne H i g h school
this semester, a c c o r d i n g to the list
issued from the office of P r o f e s s o r
J o h n M. Sayles, principal.
T h e schedule for practice teachers follows:
ART DEPARTMENT
TO CONDUCT TRIPS
TO ART GALLERIES
Biology Club To Have
Party, President Says
fiamnia I'hi S i g m a : general chairman, h'.hanor l.earv, 'ii;
faculty,
Mercedes Martin, 'ii; music, Mary
Wald, 'il; d e c o r a t i o n s , Mclva Mac.-,
'32; and r e f r e s h m e n t s , Marion C..misky, '31.
F'.psilon Beta I'hi: general chairman, Lthel I'rilcher, 'il; p r o g r a m s ,
Sally Fasoldt, 'il; Margaret Henry,
•il, 'and D o r o t h y C.rainor, ' 3 1 ; dec; r itiona. \ r. i m I mge in:l M i \
Gilmore, j u n i o r s ; c h a p e r o n s , Louise
Koory, 'il,
Bettv O ' C o n n o r , '34,
and 'Marion Roddy, 'ii;
refeshm e n t s , G e r t r u d e 'I'erwilliger and
Mary A l e x a n d e r , s e n i o r s ; music,
Mary G a u t h i e r , '31, and Katherine
Doo'lev 'il; and clean-up, Helen
Snyder, 'ii, and Elizabeth Finch,
I'hi L a m b d a : H a / e l Sutton, 'ii,
'34.
general c h a i r m a n ; F s t h e r Mead
Sigma A l p h a : general chairman, and Inez Kellev, seniors, prog rams ;
Dycknian
and
(iertrude
lane Moore, '32; decorations, Doro- F'.thel
thy Allen, 'il; refreshments, F'.lsie lilack, j u n i o r s , refreslunents; licncllealrice
H o l m e s , 'il; clean-up, Martha Can- vieve Shorey, '3 1, and
dee 'H; p r o g r a m s , Carolyn Kra- W a g n e r , 'ii, d e c o r a t i o n s .
mers, 'ii; music, Belly MacCombs, Chi Sigma T h e l a : Margaret Stair,
'ii, ami c h a p e r o n s , llilnia Berg 'il, d e c o r a t i o n s ; F'.llen Noon, ' 3 1 ;
r e f r e s h m e n t s ; h'.lva Nealon, 'il, and
strom, 'ii.
Marv C a r d i n e r , 'ii, c h a p e r o n s ; and
Delia i h n e g a : K a t h e r i n e Sim
lane Doocev, '3-1, music.
merer. '31, m u s i c ; Ma.lee T h u m p
GREEKS TO HAVE
DANCE OCTOBER 21
IN GROUP HOUSES
son 'il, c h a p e r o n s ; F'.thel /.otz, 'ii,
d e c o r a t i o n s ; Elizabeth Rasmussen,
'31, r e f r e s h m e n t s ; Louise Wells,
'31, p r o g r a m s ; Marjorie Morton,
'ii, a r r a n g e m e n t s .
Kappa D e l t a : Isabel Lawrence,
'ii, general c h a i r m a n ; Clarice T a v
lor, 'ii, m u s i c ; F.slher Davies, '31.
, h a p e r o n s ; T h e l m a Sinilh, '31. refreshments
Lleanor
W'atcrbiirv
'31 p r o g r a m s ; Mario,, l.lovd, '31.
a r r a n g e n i e n t s ; an.I Marion Welch,
'31, . l e a n up.
Juniors Will Conduct
Party On November 13
COI.I.KOK
Special Attention tit Sorority Houses
I.. A . B O O K H E I M
Reliable M e a t s and Poultry
sli .,, Helen Silver;
•; sl,orlhand, Maijorie
, Schlachter; French .1
eeping J. Maiy Kul.i
el l),.o:
II.,
HI"
I'liono 6-1H37
Luke Ave.
liy,
Scl.
36 is. 3H Beaver Street
91 Steps
Hast of Pearl
Street
(U'TOMKTHIST
"(l \ . I'earl St. Allianv, X. Y
20H Oiiuil St.
Make the Neiiihharlwiitl
M)HI< SHOP
.'cttidy
HYRGMSSKS
Printers
Opposite lli^li Self
11 CI UK HEAUT)
"We Understand
Troy
FRANK II.
(Sencrtil
Pic;s
464 Washington Ave,
I
I:VOKY & co.
SANDWICHES
Cuke
MKN'S SHOHS
siioi-: SHOP
Repairing
846 Mudison A\
THE HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH
Special Prices On
KBDS
SNHAKS
Sophomores Nominate
To Fill Vacant Office
\\ ,
I'optilur I
End's
S'ru-nt
Eating
- Meeting
and Nirju
I'luee"
Jack llrown, I'rop.
Sr0um 9 a (EatVtiuia
I lullowc'cn Special lc Sale
Next Friday and Saturday, Ocl. 30-31
MORRIS CANDY SHOPPH
222 Central Ave.
Tousled Sandwiches 10c 2 for l i e
•I/so complete line of fresh niixly
Sliufi
I'honc -t-'MKI
'West
OPTICIAN
SALON
('cnlriil Ave. at Lexington
Albany, N. Y.
Quality Pi id
—
MODERATE PRICES
—
Courteous Service
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1931
'33,
FACULTY ATTEND
t A. A. WILL HAVE State And Hamilton Are Only New York LEVENSTE1N,
IS NEW CHAMPION
Colleges Favoring Non-Decision Debate
OF TENNIS SQUAD ANNUAL MEETING
OUTING TOMORROW
State college a n d H a m i l t o n college a r c the only t w o colleges in
tit is s t a t e t h a t r e p o r t e d a n y d e g r e e
of success with non-decision deb a t e s at the annual conference of
debate coaches of the colleges of
N e w Y o r k s t a t e w h i c h was conducted at H a m i l t o n college in Clinton, S a t u r d a y , O c t o b e r 10.
Dr.
Harold VV. T h o m p s o n , p r o f e s s o r of
English a n d coach of debating,
r e p r e s e n t e d State college at the
conference.
T h e conference a d o p t e d t h r e e
questions for inter-collegiate debates. T h e y a r e : (1). " R e s o l v e d ;
T h a t the principles of the league
for independent political action deserves s u p p o r t . " (2) " R e s o l v e d :
T h a t " l o b b y i n g " should be cond e m n e d as a m e t h o d 'of representation." (3) " R e s o l v e d : T h a t the
Swope plan for e c o n o m i c r e o r g a n ization should be accepted."
It was decided that t h e expert
j u d g e system should be used in decision debates, which m e a n s that
one man will lie called to Judge a
debate. T h e conference d r e w up a
panel of j u d g e s of men in all p a r t s
of the State. Dr. T h o m p s o n is one
of that panel.
Katherine Moore, '33, to Direct
Annual Hike to. Indian
Ladder At 10:00
T h e annual fall h i k e of the Girls'
Athletic association to I n d i a n Ladd e r will he c o n d u c t e d t o m o r r o w ,
m o r n i n g a c c o r d i n g to Elizabeth
J a c k s o n , '32, president. T h e busses
will leave from the College at 10
o'clock. L u n c h will be served by
t h e association.
K a t h e r i n e M o o r e , '33, is general
c h a i r m a n of the hike.
A p r o g r a m for t h e clay has been
a r r a n g e d by the
entertainment
c o m m i t t e e which is headed by
Helen Mead, '32. She will be assisted by J o s e p h i n e H o l t , A s e n a t h
V a n Buren, and Clarice S i m m o n s ,
s e n i o r s ; and B e t t y G o r d o n , '33.
U p o n arrival at the foot of the
ladder, the entire g r o u p will leave
for a hike up to the top. Games
will be played until the lunch is
prepared.
After lunch, the g r o u p will be
separated
into
live
divisions,
headed by the m e m b e r s of the ent e r t a i n m e n t c o m m i t t e e . T h e s e leaders will conduct t h e i r respective
g r o u p s on tours to Mead M a n ' s
Cave, Fat Man's Misery, T h e Upper Trail, and the Ladder.
F.ach
g r o u p will be given o p p o r t u n i t y to
go on two tours.
All of the faculty are invited.
C h a p e r o n e s will be Dr. Elizabeth
Morris, assistant professor of education; Dr. Caroline
Croasdale,
professor of h y g i e n e ; Miss Isabelle
Johnston
and
Miss
Margaret
Hitchcock, i n s t r u c t o r s in physical
t r a i n i n g ; Miss Alice Kirkpatrick,
College librarian; and Dr. G e r t r u d e
Douglas, instructor in biology.
Over one hundred s t u d e n t s have
signed up to a t t e n d .
T h e s e will
he given credit t o w a r d an o u t i n g
award.
DR. M. G. NELSON
IS NEW PRESIDENT
FOR STATE GROUP
Dr. Milton (i Nelson, professor
of education, was elected president
of the Associated Faculties of the
Slate T e a c h e r s ' colleges and Normal schools at the conference conducted by the o r g a n i z a t i o n in Buffalo on Monday and T u e s d a y , t >ctober 12 and 13.
T h e ;I>MII iation has a membership of a p p r o x i m a t e l y 5(10 faculty
from the' various state normal
sel
Is and colleges which includes
1'latts.burg,
I'otsdam,
( iswego,
l.ockport, Fredouia, C o r t l a n d , ( )neonla, and
New
I'altz
Normal
schools, and the New York State
College for T e a c h e r s .
Randolph T. C o n g d c n , principal
of I'otsdam N o r m a l school, was
elected \ ice president of the o r g a n ization, and Koss E. Lowers of
Cortland Normal school, treasurer.
have its 1932 nice ting at S t a h
l e e e , D r . N ' c L o l , • aid.
'Ih,- oi
ization of a four v
tin- normal sel
the l o p " s for e o n .
ine to Dr. N> Ison
o
lo thai
o|
m
of
DEBATE TRYOUTS
FOR WOMEN ARE
TODAYJN ROOM 20
T r y o u t s for the w o m e n ' s d e b a t e
team will he conducted this afternoon at -1:10 o'clock in r o o m 2(1.
All the women of the College are
eligible lo e n t e r the t r y o u t s which
will be four or live m i n u t e speeches
on one of the following two subjects:
Resolved: S t u d e n t s of this college having a term a v e r a g e of A
in a course should be e x e m p t from
final examination in that course.
Resolved: T h a t the equivalent of
one week's absence should be
granted each student each s e m e s t e r
without p r e s e n t a t i o n of excuse.
The
judges
of
the
tryout
speeches
will
be
Dr.
Harold
T h o m p s o n , professor of English,
and Donald C Hryant, i n s t r u c t o r
in
F.nglish.
They
se
live
Dr. Smith and Miss Hayes
Speak At Conference
Sanford L c v e n s t e i n , 'S3, defendIn Schenectady
ing champion, defeated Carl T a r box, '32, captain of t h e v a r s i t y tenFive
m
e m b e r s of the S t a t e colnis squad in t h e finals of t h e annual tennis t o u r n a m e n t T u e s d a y lege faculty a r e officiating at t h e
afternoon. T h e score of the m a t c h eighty-sixth annual m e e t i n g of t h e
Eastern Division of the New Y o r k
was 6-1, 1-6, 8-6.
State T e a c h e r s association, y e s t e r Lcvenstein played a fine back- day and to-day in schools and p u b court chop s t r o k e g a m e t h r o u g h o u t lic buildings of S c h e n e c t a d y , w i t h
the m a t c h while his o p p o n e n t h e a d q u a r t e r s at the Van C u r l e r
played a net g a m e . In the second hotel.
set T a r h o x specialized in bis drivT h i s district includes: A l b a n y ,
ing and defeated the c h a m p i o n 6-1. Clinton, Columbia, D u t c h e s s , EsD u r i n g the final set L c v e n s t e i n re- sex, Fulton, G r e e n e , M o n t g o m e r y ,
lied even m o r e on the chop s t r o k e Rensselaer, S a r a t o g a , S c h e n e c t a d y ,
and after fighting furiously for a Schoharie, Ulster, W a r r e n , and
time turned back bis o p p o n e n t 8-6 W a s h i n g t o n counties.
to win the m a t c h .
Dr. Donnal V. Smith, a s s i s t a n t
C o a c h e s from H a m i l t o n , Union,
T h e new c h a m p i o n , w h o will be professor of h i s t o r y , spoke yesterS y r a c u s e , Colgate, F o r d h a m , Skid- awarded a silver Coving cup, is day afternoon before the t e a c h e r s
more,
Elmira, and Buffalo
at- p r o m i n e n t in S t a l e college t e n n i s training class section on " T h e Imt e n d e d t h e conference.
circles, l i e was captain of tlie ten- p o r t a n c e of Unit W o r k in the Social
T h e n e x t m e e t i n g will be con- nis team last year and w a s twice Science C o u r s e " . Miss M a r g a r e t E.
ducted at Cornell university in r u n n e r - u p
in the T r o y
t e n n i s Hayes, assistant p r o f e s s o r of eduIthaca in May, 1932. O n e student c h a m p i o n s h i p .
cation, will speak this a f t e r n o o n
r e p r e s e n t a t i v e will a c c o m p a n y the
before the social science section on
coach from each school.
" T h e Responsibility of the Social
Science T e a c h e r for P e r s o n a l i t y
Study as a Basis for G u i d a n c e " .
President A. R, B r u b a c h c r served
on the ad\ isory c o m m i t t e e of past
presidents.
P r o f e s s o r A d a m A.
Walker, head of the e c o n o m i c s dep a r t m e n t , was a m e m b e r id the
(Coiilimn-J from !•„,„• I, column })
resolutions c o m m i t t e e .
Professor
" T h e F i f e d of College T r a i n i n g
Q u e e n F l o r e n c e I look her place on
J o h n M. S a v h s , head of the eiltica
the t h r o n e a m o n g her a t t e n d a n t s on the Individual" may be the lion d e p a r t m e n t and principal of
theme of the Y o u n g Men and
Milne High school, was c h a i r m a n
while the p a g e escorted Miss NorYoung W o m e n ' s Christian associaris to the c e n t e r seal in the front tions this winter, as s h o w n by the of I lie College E n t r a n c e c o m m i t t e e .
row.
result of the q u e s t i o n n a i r e s d i s t r i b Faeh class then p r e s e n t e d a slunl uted in a s s e m b l y last Friday. T h e
for the e n t e r t a i n m e n t of the new sub-division, personality, received
queen. T h e
sophomores
were the majority of voles, but lite topic
a w a n h d first place with their stunt, will also include the cffecl of college
which 'was a collection of story- training on the religious beliefs and
book scenes. Helen Mabar directed personal a l t i t u d e of the students.
this s l u n l . T h e j u n i o r s won second T h e oilier p o p u l a r topics w e r e :
place with " R o b i n H o o d " , which " W h a t Makes Life W o r t h w h i l e ? "
President A. R. B r u b a c h c r will
was directed by I.aura S t v n . T h e and " I s the College Student F.duf l tin 1 a conference M o n d a y at
seniors p r e s e n t e d the "Great Dei New York university in New York
pression P a r t y " , u n d e r the direetil v. T h i s conference is on "('i mit ion of Ruth Is r o m n a n . T h e freshnion P r o b l e m s of T e a c h e r T r a i n man gave a novelty s c h o o l - r o o m
ing." R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s will be p r e scene. J a n e t Norris was the direcsent from all the important coltor.
leges ill New England, New York,
New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
After the activities in the auditoi
Dr. B r u b a c h c r is president of
ium there was d a n c i n g in the gym
this conference which w ill meet in
n a - i n m lo music by Ed N e w c o u i b '
Marv Alexander, Evelyn
discuss
the current p r o b l e m s .
miller, Margaret Forlinilier, M ;
sin
garila Galusha, Margaret
Hem
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The committee
chain
F.slher Mead, Helen Mead, ai
c a m p u s day w e r e ; I. Bru
Fill
'33, m u s i c ; ' Evelyn G r c c u b c r u , (,( i l 'atherine Riegel, seniors, \\ ill I
t i c k e t s ; and Vera Burns, '32. •(.-' ! inducted into m e m b e r s h i p in Si
mini Laudis, scholastic hoiiora
freshmeilts.
Miss Marion Chesi hroiie.li, n j society, at a d i n n e r at F e e l e r ' s re
i,i
taurant I o n i u m >w i i L h t .
s l r u c t o r in Latin, and I >r. I lar
'1 ie Y, m u g W o n en's
' h r i s iai
W. T h o m p s o n , p r o f e s s , , r ,,f F
Irma Van Laer, SI, s e c r e t a r y o f A s s i c i a l h HI W II ha\ <• a d sCU-lish, were the faculty r h a p c r o i
the o r g a n i z a t i o n ,
i - n o l yet an
me. ling
' l i e s . a y in ght a 7:30
nouneed the nan • o f t h e o t h e r d o , k in
111) i if | ) r ; p e r 1 all
two seniors who
Ase lath van
on
l u r e n '•<-'. 1
membership.
a i m i l i n c e 1 tod IV.
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STUDENTS CHOOSE
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FOR DECEMBER 4
1000 Acclaim Queen
At Royal Ceremonies
PRESIDENT TO BE
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FOR CONFERENCE
Signum Laudis To Have
Induction Tomorrow
Y.W.C.A.
Will Conduct
Meeting Tuesday Night
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women to represent S t a l e college
in the debates which have been
scheduled.
( )[ the live w o m e n chosen, t h r e e
will debate the team from Boston
university which will come here
December 10, and two will go to
Keuka lo debate Ketika college December 12.
T h o s e who have signed up lo
tiyotil a r e : I lelen Smith, Margaret
Rausch,
Anna
Goldman,
Ruth
Kroutuan, Violet P u t n a m , Frances
Gavnor,
Dorothy
Griflin,
Ruth
11 si t tin, Dorothy ilaniui, and Hilda
Sinilh.
T w o oilier d e b a t e s a r e being
Colleg
I louse e x t e n d s it
planned for the year. ( (tie will lie p a l h v 11
\lberl Strong,
with either F.ln'iira or S k i d n m r e
ill t h e
bereawlllell
so,,,,-lime in March, and the o t h e r
Mimlay after a Hi
with Middlebur
A p r i l . I ill
Itulfalo Slali
Dr. N. Is.,n -:
I1K A NFWSI'AI'FK
COKKI.SI'ONDICM
will
S t a t e college also r e p o r t e d m o r e
success in i n t r a - m u r a l
debating
than a n y of t h e o t h e r s a t t e n d i n g .
It w a s found that t h e r e w a s too
m u c h of t h e c o m p e t i t i v e spirit in
d e b a t e s b e t w e e n fraternities and
o t h e r o r g a n i z a t i o n s on the various
campuses.
T h e conference discussed the
O r e g o n style of d e b a t i n g which
has b e c o m e p o p u l a r in several
E a s t e r n universities.
T h a t style,
as described briefly by Dr. T h o m p son, c o n s i s t s of direct a r g u m e n t a tion by b o t h teams, then a c r o s s q u e s t i o n i n g , and a s u m m a r y . T h e
chief feature of this type of debate is in the c r o s s - q u e s t i o n i n g by
b o t h t e a m s p a r t i c i p a t i n g which replaces t h e refutation in the p r e s e n t
s y s t e m . T h e r e are two men on each
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