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Vol. XVI.
No. 10
STATU GH.I.KCK I-DM TKACMKRS. A I . U A N Y , \ . Y., FRIDAY,
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WILL OPEN TODAY
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TO SPEAK AT 11:10 IN USE OF LIBRARY FOR NIGHT WORK
To Address Students
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S T A T E COLLEGE
State College
State College for Teachers
THE NEWS BOARD
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AUDREY FLOWERS
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ANDREW A.
Managing Editor
Hum
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HELEN ROHEI
Finance Manager
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ALVINA R. LEWIS
DECEMBER 4, 1931
DDpCfflFNT
A m e m b e r of t h e g r a d u a t e b o d y a s w e l l a s t h e
entire College has been honored by his nomination
for t h e R h o d e s s c h o l a r s h i p to be a w a r d e d t o this
district.
P e r m i s s i o n t o n o m i n a t e f o r t h e h o n o r is n o t
g r a n t e d t o e v e r y c o l l e g e b y t h e t r u s t e e s of t h e
R h o d e s F o u n d a t i o n a n d t h e fact t h a t S t a t e c o l l e g e
is o n e t h a t h a s b e e n g i v e n t h a t h o n o r i s f u r t h e r
p r o o f of i t s g r o w t h a t h o m e a n d i n t h e i n t e r c o l l e g i ate world.
W h e t h e r o r not t h e c a n d i d a t e n o m i n a t e d will be
able to e m e r g e successfully from c o m p e t i t i o n with
r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s o f t h e b e s t c o l l e g e s i n i b i s p a r t of
t h e c o u n t r y is u n k n o w n ,
l i e will face
strenuous
c o m p e t i t i o n a n d if h e s u c c e e d s in w i n n i n g a t w o o r
t h r e e y e a r p e r i o d o f s t u d y in K n g l a n d h e w i l l h a v e
gained an o u t s t a n d i n g scholastic honor.
If h e c a n n o t q u i t e m a k e t h e g r a d e , h e will still h a v e t h e
k n o w l e d g e t h a t a g r e a t h o n o r lias h e r n d o n e h i m ,
and t h r o u g h h i m , visited u p o n this College.
Established by the Class of 1918
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NEWS
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INDEPENDENT
S t a t e m e n t s in t h e l o c a l p r o s d u r i n g t h e p a s t
week have tended to create the impression that the
a d m i n i s t r a t i o n is i n t e r f e r i n g in t h e m a n a g e m e n t of
this newspaper.
O n b e h a l f of t h e p r e s i d e n t
as
well as the N e w s b o a r d , this editorial
announces
that any " r u m o r s " current r e g a r d i n g s t u b interfere n c e a r e w i t h o u t f o u n d a t i o n anil u t t e r l y false.
T h e N e w s ' b o a r d h a s a l w a y s felt p r i v i l e g e d t o
s e e k t h e a d v i c e of t h e p r e s i d e n t o r t h e f a c u l t y a l
a n y t i m e . At im l i m e lias a n y d i c t a t o r i a l s u g g e s t i o n
c o m e from either faculty o r a d m i n i s t r a t i o n .
Its edit o r i a l p o l i c v lias a l w a y s b e e n its o w n . e v e n a s its
b u s i n e s s p o l i c y h a s a l w a y s r e s t e d in t h e b a n d s of
student
managers.
T h i s n e w s p a p e r h a s s t r i v e n u p !,• t h e p r e s e n t t o
voice student opinion, to Miggc-I a c t i o n s d e s i g n e d
f o r t h e g o o d of t h e - I n d r n l
a s s o c i a t i o n , a n d in
these
expressions
ha- always
presented
student
o p i n i o n a n d t u n e r t i n o r d e r s of t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n
T i n s i, an i n d e p e n d e n t
l i n d e n radii, ite publicat i o n , r u n bv a n d f o r i h e s t u d e n t s ,.f S t a t e c o l l e g e .
SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Ruth Hrezee, Vera Hum-, Frances
Celler, and llessie Levine. JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EIIITORS: Harriet
Almira kuss, Hetty Salese, Katherine Simmons tlielina Smith,
llessie Sletkar, Mary Lou Walther, Katherine Wilkins, and Elizatit-1It Zuend, sophomores. CIHCCI.ATUIN MANAIUT, : Prances M.izar,
•32.
ASSISTANT l i c s i s r s s XIANAOIHS: Mary Doherty and lean
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YORK
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s o m e of t h e s e w o m e n a n d t o l e a i u in n u . n ,i, tail • •
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New
T h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n as well a s t h e
s t u d e n t council has m o v e d to rem o v e t h e lire h a z a r d w h i c h e x i s t s
in
Richardson
hall o n
Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday afternoons
of t h e s c h o o l y e a r .
Plans have already been d r a w n
up a n d have been approved by the
s t a t e a r c h i t e c t f o r t h e b u i l d i n g of
tin
additional
staircase
on
the
Washington
a v e n u e e n d of t h e
College,
President
A.
R . 13rubacher
announced
today.
This
r e n o v a t i o n a w a i t s t h e a c t i o n of t h e
state legislature appropriating the
I sufficient
hinds.
It
is
practically
certain
t o be p a s s e d ,
Dr.
MalI b a c h e r said
Architects
who
surveyed
the
situation al-,, drafted plans to provide a s e c o n d
staircase
for t h e
s e c o n d lion,- of R u s t e d h a l l , D r .
B r u b a c h e r said.
T h i s will b e a
rather
narrow
staircase
running
n e a r t h e w a l l of t h e p h y s i c s l a b o r a t o r y a n d will b e s i m i l a r t o t h o s e j
a t t h e e n d s of t h e l i r s l H o u r of t h e
administration
building.
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p l a y s , F r a n c e s M c M a h o n , '33, a n n o u n c e d t o d a y . M o n e y for lite furniture which includes a three-piece
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F r a n c e s M c M a h o n , '3i, a n d J o h n
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1931
v/'
INSTRUCTOR GIVES
ATHLETIC AWARDS
MEETING
SPORT SCHEDULE STUDENT
PROGRAM TO HAVEJUNIOR WEEK-END
BEGINS THIS WEEK SPECIAL FEATURESCHAIRMEN NAMED
Miss Tohnston Names Members
of Varsity Hockey Team
at Award Dinner
Basketball and Bowling are
Main Winter Activities
for Association
T h e winter sport schedule of the
Girls' Athletic association began this
week w i l l i basketball and bowling as
the main sports. blizahcth Jackson.
'.(2, ( i . A. A . president, announced
todav.
M a r y T r e l a , ' . U has been appointed
basketball sports' captain. She will be
| assisted b y : Miss Jackson, and V i r ginia H a w k i n s , seniors; N a o m i A l I breeht and Katherine M
c. juniors;
Elizabeth K a m m e r e r , M a r y M o o r e ,
and Doris Hell, sophomores; and
U l l t h Brooks, 'ac. Basketball is con
1
ducted every day of the week, from
.?:.?() o'clock until 5:00 o'clock, o n
M o n d a y and Wednesday, for experi
enced players, in the gvmnasium of
I'age half; on Tuesday and T h u r s
r liegmners, in the gymnasium
,,i ' l l a w l e v h a l l ; and on F r i d a y , for
e v e r y o n e , ' in the I'age hall gvinua-mm.
Katberuie H a n g . '3-1 is sp,,,ts' cap
, , „ , lor bowling.
B o w h n g ,s cond i a l e d on l u c - d a i s and I hursdays
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sixty-six
archery
and
volley-ball
a w a r d s were made liy Miss Isalielle
|. J o h n s t o n , i n s t r u c t o r in physical
education, at the fall season award
dinner of the ( l i d s ' Athletic association
Friday,
November
20.
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varsity hockey team of f i f t e e n mem
hers was also announced h\ M i s Johnston.
T h e members of the v a r s i n hoi key
learn a r e :
E l i z a b e t h Jackson and
Clarice Simmons, seniors; N'aomi A l brecht,
Katherine
Moore.
Marion
Tangney, Mary Trela, juniors; Kli/abeth
Kammerer.
Dorothy
Klose.
M a r y M o o r e . D o r o t h y Miniver, sophomores;
Lois
Maclntyre,
Janet
Norris.
Elizabeth
I'remer.
Evelyn
Staehle, H a r r i e t T e n I'.yck, freshmen.
Lawrence N e w c o m b . '31, w h o
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I"i' c o m p e t i t i o n f o i i h , R l r . d e -
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Rose
Ramson,
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C h a i r m e n f o r the main events of
the annual week-end of the j u n i o r
class were announced today by John
Detlefson, vice-president of the class,
and general chairman for the weekend.
M a r y T r e l a will be chairman
for the junior luncheon, and Ruth
Reynolds will be in charge of the
junior
tea-dance.
Detlefson
will
serve as chairman for the junior
prom.
I'rom w i l l be the night of F r i d a y ,
February 12. T h e place has not yet
been decided.
Luncheon and tea:l-mci will he on '->aturda\ I i h r u a r y
13.
T h e luncheon will be in the C a nary room of the DeVVitt Clinton
hotel at 1
o'clock. T h e price will
be $1,511.
O n l y juniors who have
paid their class dues may attend,
Miss T r e l a a n n o u n c e d .
T h e y may
bring guests with them, if they de-
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Mary Trela and Ruth Reynolds
Will Arrange Luncheon
and Tea-Dance
FOR SCHOLARSHIP
IN NEW YORK CITY State Had Beginning As Normal School
Bishop.
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.owhngallevs
A
specially-arranged
trip
to
N i a g a r a Falls, music by the West
minster Choir double quartette, and
a unique and p o w e r f u l l y beautiful
pageant, are among the "added attractions" that are interesting stu
dents in the Eleventh Quadrennial
convention of the Student Volunteer
Movement.
Coming as is does in
lluffalo during the Christmas v a i n
tioii (December 30 to J a n u a r y 3 ) , it
uives students a chance for combin
ing a real holiday trip w i t h a sig
iiilicaut student convention.
More
than 1,000 students will attend.
T h e program of the c o n v e n t i o n is
\ a r i e d and c o m p r e h e n s i v e ,
I t in
' dudes p l a t f o r m meetings where sour
of the outstanding Christian leaders
anil progressive thinkers of loikn
. will critically analyze the present
w o r l d situation and Christian world
m i s s i o n s , describe e f f e c t i v e types of
[ missionary work in d i f f e r e n t coiin;
tries, and interpret
from
present
trends the future of w o r l d Chris
liauilv. There will be small, e x p e r t l y
g u i d e d groups which will work to
w a r d a clearer conception of the
t ' h r i s l i a n mission in relation in the
. hanging world milieu, t h r o u g h co
operative thinking and -pies lomng m
a p a r t i c u l a r held o l interest
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STATIC COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1931
Oxford Accepts Challenge Of Harvard
To Initial International Radio Debate
G. A. A. TO PRESENT
SHOW ON MARCH 11
Oxford university today accepted
According to the plans
being
the challenge of Harvard to the first worked out between the Harvard Deinternational collegiate radio debate, hating Union and the National Broadit was announced tonight bv M. II.casting Company, the debate will last
Aylesworth. president of the National one hour. T h e first week in DecemBroadcasting Company, who invited ber has been provisionally agreed
the English and American universih upon by both H a r v a r d and Oxford.
Florence Friedman, '32, will direct
debating teams to meet in a transPlans to have one English and one
the annual presentation of the Girls' I
atlantic broadcast del.ai
Mncrican judge appoint a third judg.
Athletic association, which will he j
Short wave transmission will In I for the debate have been dropped ' "
given on Friday night, March 11,
used to e a r n the English and Atncr- j favor of permitting the millions of
Elizabeth W. Jackson, '32, president
iean debating icams' voi, i - across the [ listeners on both sides of the Atlantic
of G. A. A., announced today. Miss
Atlantic for re-broadcast in the I'uited j to register I heir own decisions on the
Friedman was elected by the it. A. A.
• d i e - i u r M ' C mi v. ml,-. 1'he \ ' n j outcome of the contest.
council to direct the performance.
The event will mark the resumption
-in
I!, nal Pa
m, lias u
Tentative plans are being made to
v
iled the British I'.roadcas'.iug ( orpo of debating between the two great
give an operetta this year instead of
American
and English universities,
ration to re broadcast the debate in
the usual musical comedy or vaudewhich have not met i'
' •onllict
England.
ville, Miss Friedman said. A mixed
' irvard
Rol.erl B. Eeklcs. prc-id-ni of Har- since 1925. At tha'
cast will probably be selected.
won by Upholding I,, a.
, e side
vard
university
debating
coniifil,
upon
Last year
a musical
comedy, \
of the question, " R e s o l d '
'hat the
1
receipt
of
Oxford's
no
eptauce
today,
"There's ' Nothing New _ About It ', '
E)r. H n r r y W . H a s t i n g s
growth
and
activity
of
the
Socialist
began in lialions with ibe Oxford
was given, directed by Carol Kcllcv,
MI;,n , . f the k l i e k ' ' paii".ieul. I .h-haling Council to arrange the sub- movement are detrimental to human
'31, and Miss Jackson.
In 1930 'a
U h i . ;i I ' 11' • 111 11 r - I l i e I ' l l ! ' - I n
j o t which will be debaled. ami to - i progress". The 1925 debate was held
vaudeville was presented under the
i i i n u a l L e a h l . o v c n h c u . i pi
in Symphony hall, Boston.
a dav fur the contest.
direction of 'Ruth Hughes, '31. This j ','."""",-,mY,'"i
While international debt cancellawas the first vaudeville to have been
' ' •
tion and also the dole were !• utativ ely
proposed a , subjects by I larvard tmRi
n : , r e n « ( , . o r m e l y , ' 2 9 , w a s di,sector LOVENHEIM PRIZE
dergradliatos iniere.-led in if !.al ng.
oi two ol the three musical comedies
r>nn < xm i r » n i-> r m
Mr, f'.ckles dotibti d win ibi r culler of
presented by the association b e f o r e :
£ 5 5 4 / 5 ARE DUE
these subji els would in,-. I w il'i tin
this. I he one given in 1929 was en»*«-,.-» ^ rr* ,r-. , ,^*-,„,
agreement of the deb.tin,.' eln! - of j
titled "Art for Art's Sake", in which
BEFORE APRIL 5
1 lie two univ ersilies.
two members ol the present senior
, .
.
,- , , , ,. .,
,,, •
f.la chapli r ol \lpha f.psiloii I hi
class. Mildred
Smith and Isabel
April 5th. 1932, has been annomiced
will conduct it- annual sale of Christ
I'eard, played the leading roles.
as the final dale for -uhmissioii of
The first musical comedy, presented contributions to the Leah Lovenin 1927. was named "On the fence", heim prize for excellence in English
based on "Then You'll Remember", composition, announced I )r
Harry
Smith, '32, I 'can ol 1 In- -oiorilv, an
\ \ ' . Hastings, chairman .if ibe Hue'
a popular song of the time.
n,
li.sh department today. The $23 award
j oi ibe i hapt, r n i r since n - lonnd
i iug. in I'M'), lo supervise the |uil.lt.
I h. la.'.ll.v mi m'.i is , . | lb, -, • i s ; i U , ,,, || H . S( , , hri.-lina- Seals at
iey,
economies,
and
govern.,
h,
them l • help out the Witi T u b e r
partinenls will act a- bo-ls R
t
iira w
-tes-e- at the -tudeni facultv n a - r l ,i, ,_j. ( ' , t ,-,, ,j.,,, ,,„,,,
, u ,h
Albany
Chap
ze will be ! ,,, |„- ,-, inducted next Medn.sdav '
r the liesl prose coinpo-i- I ||„. I.,,,,,,,,, ,,i Riehardsoii hall i n
lion submitted I " ihe judges; that j j on m l l j | ; \\) ,,',•!,,, |, according
plays will not be considered; that the | \ j ; ^ Martha (' iTilciiard. hi ad .
,l
I'i (iamma M u. hoiiorar;
manuscript should ke Iroin DID L> ||,e d.n Hi unnl of liin'arv -cien.c .a
science
a s.nial : ( ) | ) ! l „,„.,,„ i t | ,,.,,.,,,. „,.„ ;, < h | i u | | |
' ,
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'
d i c e iraternitv.
fraternity, co„,iucic„
coiidin
meeting in the Lounge ..I Richardson , j.,.,..,1 i„ . ,., ,;,,,„, ., ,,,,. .,,,,1
''""-' " M " " u n
hall Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock
,.,..£, , , . , ; . , . ' . , , ' , , , , ; ' ' ' ' , ' , . " " . ! ' ' ' ' ,
,,
„ , ,,
at which. Miss" Mariha Albright, im ', ' " • „',', ,'
"
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struct..r in history, was the guest oi ,
, lietinoii- ,, ,,,,,. ,,,,1 il„ i
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Florence Friedman Will Direct
Operetta With Selected
Cast, President Says
SENIORS TO COACH
CHRISTMAS PLAYS
Four English Majors to Direct
High School Production
on December 17
f o u r members of the senior class
who are now teaching English in
Milne lli.Ji schr.nl will coach the
animal Milne High school Christmas
plays which will be presented Ibis
year on Thursday night, I leeembcr
17, in the auditorium of l'age hall
at 8:00 o'clock,
Miss
Katherine
Wheeling, supervisor of English in
the high school, announced today.
The.-e senior- are Florence Friedman,
Helen Mead. Frances (iavnor, and
Is thei'inc Travel".
The plays are given under the superv isioii of Miss Mary !•'.. Coiiklin,
supcrv isor of English, An admission
of twenty-live cents will be charged
this year for the fust lime. This w ill
make possible the presentation of better plays, and feller sets, Miss I mik
liu said.
The plays which the students will
lirect a r e : "Maid of France", Miss
CHAPTER BEGINS
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS \li;^-u^u^?n^
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CAMPAIGN TODA Y ^ J ^ ' l ^ J ' S ? ;
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SPONSORS NAMED
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FOR SOCIAL TEA
THIS WEDNESDAY] 1™ .'•'*>' i. ' -
FRATERNITY HEARS S H '
REPORT ON RUSSIA
fe,
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
the -Indents
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CLUB TO PRESENT
FRENCH PLAYERS
'^^'Z^Z
THURSDAY AT 8:00
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DRAMATICS CLASS
TO PRESENT PLAY
TUESDAY AT
Hi'ia,'
at the lea
Then
will ke i'i
and Mrs. Rislev ; Clan-n e \ . Ilidb-y.
a f t . r l l u - .me bef..•
assistant professor of history, and
Mrs. IJidlev ; Mis- I li/al.etb Shaver,
supervisor in history in Milne high
•e.l by the depaili
school; Mis, Helen'I I liter. a--i-lanl
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i tin kill
proiessor oi social -en nee ; I ion
V. Smith, assistant profes-,,r of hi- plav to be pre-enl.-d bv the ad
tore, and Mrs. Smith, and Oucrnsev .auced
dr,,m.,ti. - . l a - - 'ku.-ilaT
I'ross. secntarv
to D o s . n i o r 'ejlii in the audit, .riin.i ..l I'age hall
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Magazine To Publish
Article Of Professor
Page Hall Will Have
House Dance On Friday
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