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STATE 60LLESE FOR TEACHERS
State College News
VOL.
XVI. No. 7
STATIC COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1931
HIDLEY ANNOUNCES STATE DEBATES UNION COLLEGE
RECORD PAYMENT
TONIGHT ON PRIVATE CAPITALISM
COMMITTEE GIVES
REPORT ON WORK
269 Students Pay Annual Tax;
Exceeds 1930 Collection
for Same Period
Vera Burns to Present Findings
of Commission's Revision
of Point System
T h e committee appointed to draw
u p r e v i s i o n s f o r tin.- p o i n t s y s t e m w i l l
p r e s e n t i t s r e p o r t in a s s e m b l y t o d a y ,
G e o r g e 1'. R i c e , ' 3 2 , c h a i r m a n , a n nounced this morning.
Vera Hunts,
'.12, a m e m b e r of t h e c o m m i t t e e , w i l l
p r e s e n t t h e r e p o r t , w h i l e R i c e will
interpret and defend the conclusions
of t h e c o m m i t t e e should s u c h action
he necessary.
Samuel Dorrance and Charles Swick Represent State;
Professor Adam A. Walker will be Chairman
0f Debate in Richardson Hall Lounge
Depression
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team
payment of student lax. a survey of !
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representing
t h e first t w o d a y s o f c o l l e c t i o n s h o w ,
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tonight
in t h e
Mr, Clarence A. Ilidley,
treasurer
L o u n g e of R i c h a r d s o n ball a t 8 : 1 5
of t h e s t u d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n , s a i d t o o'clock. T h e subject of t h e d e b a t e
day.
T w e n t y p e r cent m o r e t a x e s
will lie, " R e s o l v e d , T h a t
private
were collected this year d u r i n g t h e
capitalism
a s practiced
in t h e
first t w o c o l l e c t i o n p e r i o d s t h a n d u r I ' n i t c d S t a t e s is u n s o u n d in p r i n i n g t h e s a m e t i m e last y e a r . T w o
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Of those students paving
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m i n u t e e a c h . T h e d e b a t e will b
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of l i b r a r y ! 1 1 d e e i - f u i
debate.
m e n a n d sixty-nine from the o t h e r s c i e n c e , a n d ' f a c u l t y c h a i r m a n of
classes.
O u r $.1,(,()(I , , f t h e $10,1)110 t h e l o u n g e c o m m i t t e e .
Professor T o Preside
b u d g e t a d o p t e d bs t h e M u d . a i l a s s o |
T h e l i . , - | . a n d h o s t e s s e s will b e
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M i s s C h a r l o t t e C a b b e a d of t h e
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Daniel T . Hill, Milton C h a d d e r d o u ,
tinned.
D o b b i n , i n - t r u c l o r in b r e n e h ; M i - - 1 a n d L e w i s H o r o w i t z , a l t e r n a t e .
T a x e s will b e r,dice t e d f r o m t i n : M a r i o n
I . Smith, assistant
p r o I I'mfessor Adam \ . Walker, head
j u n i o r s o n W ' e d u c s d n v a n d H u m I !'• - » ' V in F r e n c h ; M i s s \ r l i n e l ' i a - j " I I h c e c o n o m i c s d e p a r t m e n t will b e
d a s in R o o m Jill
S e n i o r t a x e s will ' " " , i u s l r u c l o r
in b ' r e n c h ;
M i s s .c h a i r m a n o f t h e debate. T h e judges
be'due on W e d n e s d a y and Tlmr-da> M l e l e n e
M . C r o o k s , s u p e r v i s o r i n will b e : R e v . I M I U S I ( ) . C a h l e c o t t ,
N o v e m b e r 17 a n d I S
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i l e p a r t n i e u l a n d M r s . S l i n a r d ; a n d c h a i r m a n of t h e Knglish d e p a r t m e n t ,
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coach o f debate, T r o y High school.
ROMANCE FACULTY
TO SPONSOR NEXT
SOCIAL IN LOUNGE
reductive
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u f t h e c o n i i u i l l , e.
A n e w c l a s s i f i c a t i o n will b e s u g g e s t e d , p r o v i d i n g f o r h i g h m a j o r offices, m a j o r offices, l o w m a j o r offices,
a n d m i n o r nl'liees, w i t h n i n e , s e v e n ,
live, a n d t h r e e p o i n t s , a e h .
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m e m b e r s of c o u n c i l s will h a \ e o n e
p o i n t if i h e s d o not h o l d olliee. T h e
STATIC C O I . U . I . K N I W . T i n P e d a g o g u e .
T h e S t a l e I .ooi. a n d t h e p r e s i d e n c y
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A t o t a l of
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1931
ENGLISH DEBATERS
WILL VISIT STATE
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KI.NMIII
FRATERNITY PLANS
YEAR'S PROGRAM
AT FIRST MEETING
FACULTY ATTEND
MEETINGS TODAY
Freshmen Doff '35 Buttons
Under New Sophomore Rules
Sports Shots
Today, for the first time since
the beginning of school, freshmen
passing into assembly will not
quail under the vigilent eyes of the
sophomores. Conspicuous buttons,
those small producers of self-consciousness, will no longer adorn the
right shoulders of dresses and
suits. Freshmen have passed the
bib and button stage and are
rapidly approaching maturity.
They mav congratulate tliemsclvcs "as tin's is the first year they
are not compelled In wear their
t e l l t a l e insignia up to Mm iug-Up
dav.
MII.I.KK, ',!_'
Si'nins Khiiui,. Tin Nius
l'i G a m m a Mn, n a t i o n a l h o n o r ary social science fraternity, con" F r e d d i e " Ingraham, Slate's vcrsad u c t e d iis first m e e t i n g of t h e year,
tile center, has lieen appointed I" guide ,
W e d n e s d a y night in t h e L o u n g e of
the Milne High varsity lo the heights !
R i c h a r d s o n ball, at 7:30 o'clock.
ul basketball glory, Charlie Kissam
Russia is the theme of the g e n e r a l
T h r e e members of the education
is directing the distiiiies of ihe Innior i
d i s c u s s i o n of the fraternity for the
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coining year,
S t a t u c o l l e g e a l l e g i a n c e will b e di Nigh team. (loud Inek h o y s ! '
viih'il'whei, the Stale college debaters I
"Jack" Saunders, freshman a n d ;
wick, '32, c h a i r m a n of t h e p r o - annual meeting of the psychologists
take the platform at Kalll o'clock .HI ! v a r s i t y forward
of last year is
| grams.
I"f upper Xew York state, conducted
Monday night, N'ovetnher Id. in the c o a c h i n g t h e freshman team this I
and
Mcrnard this week-end at Hobart College at
Kenneth
Miller
Page Hall auditorium, in ilu- cut,-si : s c , a s o n '
} w o n d e r h o w J a c k will
S i m o n , s e n i o r s , c o l l a b o r a t e d in p r e - Cieneva. They
are Dr. Elizabeth
the represculaliies of ihe Fug k d v l " B t h »
yearlings
when the
s e n t i n g a historical b a c k g r o u n d of Morris, Dr. Arthur K. Beik, and Dr.
W ith
h universities
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game
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Ihe March and N o v e m b e r Revolu- Karl I!. South.
t i o n s of the year 1917,
T h e program will include the pro-ri
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Fine w o r k J a c k .
T h e r e will be a series of m e e t - s a n a t i o n of formal papers and round
I'lisciM,; is'"a' ' g r c a u , \ T h e i m - J i h l , duo Jones and ladick | J 5 f l PEOPLE
ENJOY
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ings to c o n t i n u e ihe d i s c u s s i o n on | table discussions on research work
menace to world peace than li.,|,lu- a , v l l l , t ' . "'.vnig out lor the I r o s h 1
h
Russia.
At the D e c e m b e r m e e t i n g , I now being carried on at various colvism." Tin debate is unusual in thai ' ' • " " •
, l , u ' v l'1:l>' I'.gcthcr on the
tbe political aspect of t h e revolu- leges.
Dr. Forrest I.. Dimmick of
Ihe two Stale debaters, tieorge I' " , • " " ;,'" ' "'> u ' " ' k l"gcthcr around
lion, and how the Soviet functions j I lobar! is chairman of the meeting.
Rice and Kenneth
Miller, seniors. , l h ; ' 1 " 1 " 1 l ! " ' " ' : m l » K"»'K I" be
by
T h e three general groups of di*.politically
will be discussed
will oppose each other in the coiilesl. j ,)l%'\{',r
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It deOne hundred and fifty sludciUs and s e n i o r s .
President
A. K. Brli- sonnel problems, reports on experi
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of N',,i
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\ ' i V i r , • t e r c o l l c g i a t e team, a n i n t r a m u r a l '.C\ general chairman.
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speak oi in i Mili
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AI mite Karlo
K.u 'lo gii
girl s.
I by M a r g a r e t Henry and M a r g u e r - s u b s of repealing personality tests
t h a t
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' s h o u l d have track in t h e
fbe decorations were done in yel . ite C a l u - b a , seniors at t h e March in college. T h e discussion which Dr.
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we should extend it further is a gv iima-ium of Page ball wa- mui l u r a l a-pe, I- ,,f euiuiinini-iu will be graduate sludies at Slate college. Dr.
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i ' ' " , " " " " , " , consider,
i w i i b Oriental hanuiims in man > col
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Kenneth Miller and George
Rice take Opposing Sides
of Argument Issue
Psychology Meeting at Hobart
Draws Three of Faculty
to Present Reports
ORIENTAL THEME
OF SENIOR DANCE
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 19.31
GERMANSTUDENT Democratic Party Conducts Convention; STUDENTS TO HAVE
1933 CLASS RINGS REVEALS
PRESENT
Kenneth Miller, '32, Will Be Chairman
ECONOMIC
CRISIS
JOINT CONFERENCE
WILL BE CHOSEN
Committee Will View Samples
of Companies and Submit
Choices to Class
Several companies are being interviewed by the junior class ring committee and samples of rings are being
examined, according
to
Dorothy
King, '33, chairman. T h e committee
will choose several of these samples
to be submitted to the class for a
vote, Miss King said.
These rings must be approved by
Myskania before the class votes upon
them, in order that they may conform with the regulations.
T h e members of the ring committee a r e : Marjorie Haas, Ellen M u r phy, Esther Woodburn, Gilbert DeLaura, and Frank MacFarland.
Kalhryn Wilkins has been appointed
the sophomore representative on the
committee to gain experience for next
year. William Nelson, sophomore class
president, announced today.
TICKETS TO CHOIR
MAY BE OBTAINED
BY TAX RECEIPTS
Students may exchange their tax
tickets for tickets for the presentation of the Westminster Choir of
Ithaca on Thursday, November 19, in
the rotunda of Draper hall on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday id next
week,' Kathcrine Belknap, '32, president of music council, announced today. 'Die program will lie i" Chancellor's ball.
T h e price of tickets lor the public
will be $1.50 lor reserved seats and
$1.(10 fur general admissions, Miss
Belknap said. Students may receive
a credit of fifty cents fur a reserved
seat by presenting their student tax
tickets.
all of t h e c o u r s e s given in o r d e r
to decide w h a t c o u r s e s he will p u r sue.
W h e n his choice is m a d e he
m a y a t t e n d all of his classes o r
cut all of t h e m . H e m a y e m p l o y
t h e services of a t u t o r if he w i s h e s .
W h e n he feels that his p r e p a r a tion is sufficient to enable him to
" c o m e u p " for the final e x a m i n a tion, he p r e s e n t s himself for the
tests. T h i s m e a n s that a brilliant
student may finish the c o u r s e far
in advance of the m e d i o c r e .
He
pays his c o u r s e tuition after t h e
course is concluded.
Sororities and fraternities do not
exist in G e r m a n universities, alt h o u g h all i n s t i t u t i o n s arc co-educational, Miss T r a u n - S t r c c h e r declared.
Debates are universally
s u p p o r t e d , a l t h o u g h the G e r m a n
student is not politically minded as
is bis British cousin. Clubs do nut
exist. F e n c i n g is a p o p u l a r s p o r t
a m o n g the men.
Drinking in the
m o d e r n university life is on the
decline and the day has passed
when a s t u d e n t had to d r i n k ten
or twelve glasses of beer o r o t h e r
i n t o x i c a n t s in o r d e r to be called a
good fellow.
S t u d e n t s view life
with much m o r e s e r i o u s n e s s than
d o A m e r i c a n s . T h e y are o p p r e s s e d
with the t r e m e n d o u s b u r d e n placed
upon G e r m a n y by the allies and
they realize that they and their
children will be paving r e p a r a t i o n s
until 1987 if t h e provisions of the
T r e a t y a r e not modified, she said.
Corps, o r g a n i z a t i o n s of men, sometimes maintain r o o m s for s t u d e n t
g a t h e r i n g s , but t i n y an 1 not fraternities in a n y sense of the word.
G e r m a n sport-, are not c n n i m c r n ih/.cd a- ire A m e n : an a t b k t i i s.
T h e class m a r s h a l s who were recently appointed by Myskania a i r :
Julia Lister and Robert R a n k i n s ,
for the s e n i o r s ; Marie Judil and
Ksthcr W o o d b u r n , j u n i o r s ; f a t h e r
ine S i m m e r e r and E l e a n o r \ \ ater
burv, s o p h o m o r e s ; and
Kenneth
lohnson
and
Grace
Pritchard,
n.
T h e duties of the m a r s h a l s a n
to preserve o r d e r during the stu |
d e n t s ' e n t r a n c e and exit from ; i - J
marshal in" , L ^ \ t
^
T h e r e will be a special m e e t i n g
of C a n t e r b u r y club T h u r s d a y night
at the h o m e of Mrs. W. hi. Van
Rensselaer, 385 Slate street, acc o r d i n g to Clarice S i m m o n s , '32,
p r e s i d e n t . T h e m e e t i n g is the a n nual one at which the club is M rs.
Van Rensselaer's guest. Last year,
the club was e n t e r t a i n e d with a
short moving picture of the p r o c esses involved in making b r o n z e
statues.
Tin- group will meet in the m
uiida of Draper I kill at 7:15 o'clock
mil go to Mrs. Van Rensselaer's together, Miss S i m m o n s said. Club
niiiilit-is may b r i n e their friends.
\ STUDENTS
TO
SIGN
M V ,K1
"The effect of college training on
the individual" will be the theme of
the joint conference of the Young
Women's and Young Men's Christian
associations, to be conducted here
Eriday and Saturday, December I and
5, General chairmen for the conference are Helen Burgher, '.\2, and
George Ilisert, \13.
Delegations from local colleges
will be invited to attend. These colleges are Russell Sage-, Skidmore,
Union, and Rensselaer Polytechnieal
institute.
Guest speakers and leaders for the
discussion groups will be announced
later.
T h e committees from Y. W. C. \ .
are': arrangements. Almira Russ, '3-1,
c h a i r m a n ; Vera IStirus, '.(2, Esther
Woodburn, '3.5, Geraldinc Martin, '34,
and Hetty Gregory. Edith Estabrooks,
freshmen; program, Laura Stvn. 'i.).
cbairinan ; Lorraine ( irow, '31, and
Ruth Sage, Hetty l l a r l m a n , ami
Marv Clark, freshmen. Reception will
be in charge of losephinc Unit, who
will be assisted bv Aseiiath Van
Hureii.
Elizabeth
lacks,., i,
Nab. I
I'ear.l. Helen Mead. Mildred Smith.
Dorothy Hall, Indith Lister, seniors;
lean Watkins, \U.
Alvina Lewis. \U, will direct pub
licilv. She will be assisted bv Eulh
lirez.ee, 'M, Harriet Duan, \U. and
I laiuiah I'arker and Thelma Smith,
sophomores. I'.anipiet committee includes Ruth Goldsmith, '.12. chair
man ; \nnetle Lewis, Honor Mull'..id.
and kraiices Keller, seniors.
" " ' '" ""yPEDAGOGUE SLIPS
President To Address j IN ^10 ASSEMBLY
Club On Monday NightSlips vill he passed out in .is
News To Question Student
Two
I WO College
^OllCge
Opinion On Library Issue
l
Two Slate college students wer
seriously injured in ail allloinobil
accident last Salurday morning
'Ii,
auloinohile, driven by Anne Saver
c o l . '31, crashed into a pillar ab.nl
one mile from I'ouglikeepsie.
Mis
Suwrcool was accoinpanied h\ L.llei
Xo.in. '34. They are both member
of ( hi i i u ' t a Sigma sorority.
S t u d e n t s i \ incc their a p p r o v a l in
the lecture by stamping the floor
ami their d i s a p p r o v a l by a sliding
s c r a p i n g m o t i o n of the feet. M i s .
T r a u n - S t r c c h e r said that this is so
unusual a practice that she finds
herself unconsciously using it in
| American c l a s s r o o m s . Faculty c m
| tacts with s t u d e n t s in a social
students
p
lie. I t i
THE H I G H SCHOOL LUNCH
Cake
SANDWICHKS
I.nku Ave.
As Ihe Ni-.ws wi nl t.. press, Mis
Sa\ereool's eoiidili.ni was rep. rled a
critical, and Mis, Noon was reporti .
in a favorable coiidiiion.
up
til
>' ul,v ,m'mUT-
ll.
i
•ii instruct.
Members of tin News' staff will
disi: ihule ballots ibis morning I'm
the purpose nl aseertaining sin
dent i ipinion on the lihran qui i ion. I f a sufficient number ininr
lln- opening of the lihran dining
evenings of the school week ibis
, vid. nee will be presented to Col
lege aiilln rili.s
E v e n one is asked to sign the
ballot and indicate his vi. ws Tin -e
si,.add then he placed in the con
lainers ulii.h will he provided at
the close of assi-mhU near thi-
O t U CStudents'^
i C r i l S „„ ,„„„, Hmrmin u h girr:'mdTl!e'mil"s|
'," fon'ii'b^'',po,r\iis's] Are Hurt in Accident
rraun-Streeher
In Gerinai
work is d o n e at the s t u d e n t s '
Pics
Opp.
ite i l i . h Selii.nl
D I A L I M I O N i : 3-01 1H
MAYER
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SERVICE
PROP.
Sf)ecitili:int! in Wholesale Kodak l;iiiisliint>
of Of.I LIT) ami SHRVICH
Special
Attention
to Sorority
112 Mudisiin Ave.
Houses
Album, N. Y.
I.. A. HOOKIIKIM
Reliable Meats and Poultry
Chicago Will Publish
First American Bible
le 6-1837
Special
SM'AKS
846 Miidi
Prices
On
kP'.DS
MI-IN'S SIIOKS
c:oi 11 (;i: sum-: SHOP
The first All
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i in.,
ipblied
Llhle,
pliraseology, is about n be publishi d
l.\ the f i i n . i - s i i \ of Chicago Press.
Ii is i laimed I'm the Hible that am
American from X years old up will l«
able in understand all v, ,-.-. in lb,
publiealion.
Repairing
464 W a s h i n g t o n
Ave.
ADISOIN SWEET SHOP
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Visit Our DISPLAY
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MYSKANIA NAMES
CLASS MARSHALS
FOR COMING YEAR
CANTERBURY CLUB
TO HAVE SPECIAL
MEETING THURSDAY
Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. to
Conduct Meeting December
5-6, Leaders Announce
Organizations
i ,r I.sec! r e c i t a t i o nlls
s ami
ami
is
pi-
HI' A NIWSI'AIM'.U
COKKl.SI'ONDI'.N'l
T h e platform of the party will lie
decided upon before the regular business of selecting a suitable candidate
for the election next year begins.
T h e Honorable William Reagan,
'33, the "noted Missouri boss" will act
as temporary secretary of the convention. Mr. Reagan in his official capacity read the call for delegates to
convene last Tuesday.
" T h e roll-call of the convention
will be composed of members of the
class, representing the various states
and territories, and any other outsider wdio may wish to participate,"
Miller said.
today in order that those wh wish
President A. R. ISrubacher w i l l | m a \ sign up for the 1932 Pedagogue,
! speak to the members of the I 'mi Only those who sign pledges can
dent a
T h e r e are .
t u i t i o n s i gregational church men's club at a i ihtain \ , ar In inks in the spring, acIM (U 1
in G e r m a n universities,
. " ' " I meeting Monday night.
Mis topic cording In Vera liiirus, '31. edit ,r
c o n t a c t s are largely left t l ' l l ; , m . ' ' ' I will be "European Conditions."
in chief. \ (itiug I", r the most nut
Many individuals sludyii
,,"! ',,'!
He will also address the n u n ' s standing seniors, pictures of win.in
dili'en nt faculties will come
to-.1I
appear
111 the year I k, will take
f the Westminster Presbyterian
getber and discuss mutual p r o b - ' l l '
place in assembly soon, Miss Hums
leills and t h u s a certain am.unit of church on Tuesday night. I lis topic said. Last w a r those \,ued on were :
broad cultural knowledg
' ,lj"s . | for this meeting will he "European the most pi pular girl, the m,,-i ],.,],
times ! Capitals Loudon, Paris, Lerlin, and
seiiiiuated.
Professors ular man, the most beautiful girl,
12(H) j Warsaw."
lecture to g r o u p s as larg
the girl who has done the most for
students.
T h e students
! Stale, the man who has don, ihe
No Student
COUNCIL CONDUCTS
MORLEY RECEPTION
IN STATE LOUNGE
this
Dramatic and art
ducted an invitation reception last
evening in the I .oini
son hall immediately alt, r the leel u r e mi, "Escape, into P r i n t " by
C h r i s t o p h e r Morley. About fifty
m e m b e r s of the State college facultv, citizens of Albany, p r o m i n e n t
in literary circles, and s t u d e n t s attended.
Mary
A l o - a w l i r, '.'->, student
cbairinan of the lounge c o m m i t t e e ,
had c h a r g e of the refre-l
-led
A l e x a n d e r was
Mi
Dunning, Ma ) o | - | - I ,
and Ruth M i
Lois
Hurgdo,
Mari n Howard, '31.
" T h e national Democratic party"
of State college will conduct its a
annual convention, beginning next
Tuesday, in Room 202 of Draper hall.
T h e convention is being conducted in
conjunction with the Government 10
course in Practical P a r t y Politics.
Kenneth A. Miller, '32, national
chairman of the party will open the
first session of the convention the
scene of which is in T u s culoosa,
Alabama. H e will introduce the I lonorahlc John Saunders, '34, of Texas,
the organization's candidate for temporary chairman.
(Continued from pago X, column 3)
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