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Vol.. XVI. No. 16
STATE COLLEGE KOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1932
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150 COUPLES DANCE TONIGHT AS JUNIORS BEGIN ANNUAL WEEK-END ACTIVITIES
WOMEN WELCOME
104 NEW PLEDGES
Delta Omega, Kappa Delta,
and Chi Sigma Theta Each
Induct Twelve
Helta l hncga, Kappa Delta and
Chi S i g m a T h e t a a r e tied for tin
ranking
position
with
twelve
p l e d g e s e a c h . I'lii D e l t a i - s e c o n d
with e l e \ e u , while
h l a I'hi a n d
Cauinia
I'hi Sigma
each
have
T h e fame of S l a t e c o l l e g e w o m a n h o o d is g r a d u a l l y s p r e a d i n g
to t h e far c o r n e r s o f t h e e a r t h .
A n e x a m p l e o f t h i s is s e e n in t h e
r e - p u h l i c a t i o n o f a f e a t u r e in t h e
l'aris
edition
o ft h e Herald
Tribune. T h e story w a s written
by Grenfell R a n d , '34, a n d a p p e a r e d o r i g i n a l l y in t h e D e c e m -
The
faculty o f t h e a r t s a n d
m u s i c d e p a r t m e n t s will s e r v e a s
hosts a n d hostesses for the second
s t u d e n t - f a c u l t y tea of this s e m e s t e r
in t h e L o u n g e o f R i c h a r d s o n h a l l
W e d n e s d a y a f t e r n o o n from 3 : 3 0
u n t i l 5 :()0 o ' c l o c k .
T h e f a c u l t y m e m b e r s w h o will
serve a r e : Dr. T. Frederick I I .
I ' a n d l y n , p r o f e s s o r of m u s i c , a n d
Mrs. C a n d l y u ; Miss Eunice I'erj i u e , i n s t r u c t o r i n line a r t s : M i s s
( i r a c e M a r t i n , s u p e r v i s o r o f a r t in
Milne High School; Mrs. Florence
D . I ' r e a r , p r o f e s s o r of h o m e e c o n o m i c s ; Miss b a y Filliiigham, professor of h o m e e c o n o m i c s ; a n d M r .
] l a r l a n 1 ). R a y m o n d , d i r e c t o r of
•shop w o r k in M i l n e H i g h s c h o o l ,
mid M r s . Raymond.
Three Chairmen Are Head of
Committee to Solicit for
Fund
STATE WILL MEET
NEW JERSEY FIVE
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T h e S t a t e b a s k e t b a l l t e a m will
upiM.sc
t h e Moiitclair
Teacher'l i v e of M o i i t c l a i r , N ' e w l e r s e v , t o
n i e h l in t h e I ' a g e h a l l g v n m a - h n n .
T h e g a m e will e e l u n d e r w a x a l
K:(l(l.
T h e Moiitclair ipiintet defeated
t h e local b o y - last y e a r , a n d h a v e
Delta O m e g a :
Alice
lloylaud,
a n i m p o s i n g list o f v i c t o r i e s o v e r
Kalherine
Wagner, and Dorolhv
leaniin t h e m e t r o p o l i t a n
ana
Miniver,
sophomores;
Edith L . tin- season
T h e Stale players
I'reiner,
Ruth
Brooks,
E s t h e r will, ' v i c t o r i e s
over
Prnoklvn
Cronus,K a t h e r i n e Kenuv, Eli/a- Polytechnic
a n d Lowell
Textile
h e t h l l a r t m a u , R u t h S a g e , H a r r i e t w i l l ' b e a n x i o u s t o m a k e t h r e e \ i.
T e n E y c k , l a u e t X ' o r r i s , a n d F.s- t o r i e s i n a r o w
\ h a r d foiighl
ther Rowland, freshmen.
contest i- expected
E t a P h i : R u t h C r u l r h l c y , Eli
The came
will b e o\« r e a r l y
abeih
C.rcgorv,
Mary
Keny, Ienough
t o allow
the ba-ketbail
b ' . l e a n o r I x e l c h a n i , h i e / S l o o i h o l ' f , ,-.,,,, w h o a r e g o i n g | o t h e j u n i o ,
K a l h e r i n e Stuart, a n d Pervl W h i p
prom
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boil,
,-veiilpie, f r e s h m e n .
T h o s e w h o a r e n o | going l o the
Kappa
Delta:
Kalherine
P e l l , p r o , , , will h a v e a n . . p | , . . r t unilv t o
Marv Clark, Laura Clark,
\ i l e c n d a n c e in t h e g y m a f t e r t h e g a m e ,
D e x l e r M a r v l l e l m e r D o r i s H . . w i - . M u - i c - w i l l be f u r n i s h e d l o C i v , , ' M a r i o n ' ' l l e i i i e i i i a u . i (".race I ' r i l c h - Cdeeful R h y t h m M a k e r - .
a
I I n i'avne.'lris Mountain,
Allpersonwishing
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a n d Katherine musts t o the d a m m e
should - ,
M o r r i s o n ficslm en
cure eue-t cards al Dean Pierce',,.
, , office l l n a f t e r n o o n
Chi
Sigma
Theta:
h h / a h c l h |" " " ' l h | s alUmooii.
T h i s y e a r ' s n u t u h e r of p l e d g e s
e x c e e d - last v e a i ' s hv ten a n d iC(|ilal t o t h e p l e d g e l i s t o f I M P
T h i s n u u i h e r is a p p r o x i m a t e l y o n e
t h i r d of t h e f r e s h m a n c l a s s . T h e }
are as follows:
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Psi G a m m a :
Dorothy (.abagan,
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COLGATE CANCELS
PROPOSED DEBATE
WITH 1935 TEAM
DANCE TO BEGIN AT 9:00
Music will b e F u r n i s h e d B y B e b y
Lowell and H i s All-American
Orchestra
(Jtie h u n d r e d
fifty
couples will
dance
tonight
a s guests
of t h e
junior class at the annual
junior
p r o m in t h e T e n E y c k h o t e l f r o m
n i n e o'clock until t w o . Music will
he f u r n i s h e d b y B e b y boy-ell a n d
bis A l l . A m e r i c a n r e c o r d i n g o r c h e s tra. J o h n D e i l e f s o n , v i c e - p r e s i d e n t
of t h e c l a s s , i s g e n e r a l
chairman
for t h e j u n i o r p r o m .
This i-the
first e v e n t o f t h e j u n i o r w e e k - e n d ,
w h i c h will i n c l u d e t h e j u n i o r l u n c h eon a n d lea dance tomorrow'.
Chaperons
for p r o m a r e : D r .
D o t i n o l Y. S m i t h , a s s i s t a n t p r o f e s sor of h i s t o r y , a n d M r s . S m i t h ;
Miss Marion Kilpatriek, i n s t r u c t o r
in F n g l i s h ; a n d F . d w a r d C o o p e r , i n s t r u c t o r in c o m m e r c e .
Committees
include: bids and favors,
I .aura
St v n a n d R a l p h H a r r i s , c h a i r m e n ,
Florence
Smith,
F.dward
Coyne,
a n d Margaret
Alice
Anderson,
Service; llowers a n d taxi-, William
FISCHER TO SPEAK
IN JEWISH CENTER
ON RUSSIA TODAY
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W e d n e s d a y , F e b r u a r y 2 4 , will b e
in c h a r g e o f t h e f a c u l t y m e m b e r s
of t h e h e a l t h d e p a r t m e n t .
Miss
M a r l b a ('. I ' r i t r h a r d . head of t h e
l i b r a r y school, a n d faculty chairm a n for the tea-, announced today.
Union, Temple, Syracuse,
Hamilton, and Columbia
to be Represented
gin o n e y e a r f r o m g r a d u a t i o n a n d
e x t e n d o v e r a p e r i o d of f o u r y e a r s .
This voir, however, the - a m e terms
will e x i s t e x c e p t f o r t h e fact t h a i
s m a l l e r p l e d g e s will b e w e l c o m e d
by the coiinniltee.
M r - licrtha Brimmer, executive
- e c r e t a r v of t h e a l u m n i a s - . c i a l h n i ,
reportthat
the alumni
already
o w n s a site for I h e b u i l d i n g s .
It is I
President
A R. H r u b a e h c r will
l o c a l e d o n I t u l a r i n Si n e t n e a r t h e j 1"' c h a i r m a n a t t h e l e c t u r e 1 '
present
- H e of t h e V . W . C. \ . g i v e n
by I . . m i Fischer
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v e r g e
t h e s u m of $ 1 3 2 ,
in c a s h .
T h e < o m n i u m ! y c e n t e r u n d e r t h e a n - • "I i s c r t ,
chairman;
niu-ic,
Helen
Mini of $3(111,111111 i - n e e d e d t o e r e c t p i c e s o f t h e X o r n . a u
Meudleson H ronm; and John Crosvcnor, chairlln lir-t w i n u of t h e b u i l d i n g a - M l | < "pen b ' o r u m .
Mr. Fischer's sub
'ncii; mv n a t i o n - . K a t h e r i n e
long,
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Helen
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R. P. I. HEADS LIST
OF MALE^GUESTS
Arts And Music Departments
To Serve At Wednesday Tea
A
committee
of twenty-eight
b e r 18 e d i t i o n o f t h e S T A T U C O L s e n i o r s will b e g i n w h a t is a n a n LEGE N E W S .
nual c a m p a i g n for p l e d g e s for t h e
T h e s t o r y w h i c h h a d for its
a l u m n i r e s i d e n c e hall fund, T u e s theme the "State college wod a y n i g h t , a t t h e first s e n i o r c l a s s
m e n ' s choice for a n ideal husd i n n e r meeting o f this
semester,
band,"
was reprinted
in
t h eD o r o l h v H a l l , p r e s i d e n t , s a i d t o Albany
Keening
Xews.
From
day.
T h e c o m m i t t e e is h e a d e d b y
t h e r e it w a s s e n t b y A s s o c i a t e d
three chairmen:
Frances
Keller,
a n d I n t e r n a t i o n a l d i s p a t c h e s all
Marjorie Longniuir, and Kenneth
over
t h e I'nitcd
Slates
anil
Miller.
across the ocean.
F o r t h e p a s t f o u r y e a r s , it h a s
been t h e c u s t o m of each
member
of t h e g r a d u a t i n g c l a s s e s t o p l e d g e
a c e r t a i n Sinn i if m i n i c y P >w a r i l t h e
a l u m n i fund.
F.ach senii T h a s b e e n
( )ne h u n d r e d a n d four
women
s t u d e n t s w e r e w e l c o m e d as_ p l e d g e s
into
fourteen sororities Tuesday
night at 5:30 o'clock a s a c u l m i n a tion of t h e a n n u a l formal i n t c r s o rority rushing season.
('.annua K a p p a I'hi, M p h a Kim.
F.psihm I'eta I'hi. a n d S i g m a Alpha
each have sis pledges, while Pcta
Z c t a , A l p h a l-'.p-ilon I ' h i . a n d I ' s i
C a m m a e a c h h a v e five.
I'hi L a m b da, last o n t h e list, h a s four p l e d g e s .
SENIORS TO OPEN
PLEDGE CAMPAIGN
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N. Y., FEBRUARY 12, 1932 f>
State College News
CHEER WITH A PURPOSE
T o n i g h t t h e S t a t e college basketball team will enEstablished by the Class of 1918
d e a v o r t o a d d a third v i c t o r y in a r o w t o t h e seaThe Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
son's record.
T h e p l a y e r s on t h e team n u m b e r
State College for Teachers
t w e l v e ; while t h e r e a r e twelve h u n d r e d eighty-six
s t u d e n t s n o w a t t e n d i n g S t a t e college. I t is t h e role
of these n o n - p l a y i n g s t u d e n t s t o p a r t i c i p a t e a t the
basketball g a m e s as a s t u d e n t c h e e r i n g section.
THE NEWS BOARD
T h e s t u d e n t association h a s duly nominated and
5-9373
elected t w o College c h e e r l e a d e r s a n d a songleader,
GEORGE P. RICE
Editor-in-Chief has a p p r o p r i a t e d funds for the p u r c h a s e of correct
c o s t u m e s for these officers, a n d h a s provided cheers
455 Elk Street
and songs for their use. T h o s e s t u d e n t s w h o o c AUDREY FLOWERS
Advertising
Manager cupy space on the b l e a c h e r s at t h e g a m e s a r c supposed to c o n t r i b u t e m o r e than t h e i r m e r e p r e s e n c e
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in the g y m n a s i u m ; it is their d u t y to take part in
ANDREW A. H R I T Z
Managing
Editor the g r o u p cheering.
T h o s e s t u d e n t s w h o come
d u r i n g the last five m i n u t e s of t h e playing in time
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HELEN ROHEL
Finance
Manager to participate in t h e d a n c i n g which follows the game
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dent participation.
ALVINA R. L E W I S
Associate Managing
Editor
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Associate
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Managing
Editor
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REPORTERS: Luisa Iglcsias, Rose kantor, Carolyn Kramers, Ruth
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Jane Doocey, Marion Mleczek, Mary Moore, Marilyn Rosenheck,
Almira Kuss, Hetty Salese, Katherine Simmons, Tlielma Smith,
Bessie Stetkar, Mary Lou Walther,- Katherine VVilkins, and Elizabeth Zuencl, sophomores. CIRCULATION MANAGER: Frances Maznr,
'32.
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Mary Doherty and Jean
Watkins, juniors. BUSINESS STAFF: Jean Craigmile, Marguerite
Crutchley, and Katherine Hang, sophomores.
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REPORTERS
I . I ' I S A IGLESIAS
RUSE KANTOR
CAROLYN KRAMERS
RUTH PUTNAM
UESSIE S I M M O N S
HILDA S M I T H
EDITH TEPPER
SENIORS DO YOUR BIT
l l e g i n n i n g T u e s d a y night a senior c o m m i t t e e will
u n d e r t a k e the a n n u a l subscription c a m p a i g n t o w a r d
the alumni residence hall fund.
It is Imped by the
alumni a u t h o r i t i e s Ihat response to this urgent call
for m o n e y will be as p r o m p t as il has been for t h e
past t w o years, when each of the g r a d u a t i n g classes
pledged a p p r o x i m a t e l y $0,0011.
W h e t h e r there is any correlation between the
n u m b e r of seniors w h o received teaching positions,
ami the n u m b e r thai have pledged in t h e past lias
not been investigated. Il m a y be thai s t u d e n t s will
not wish to o b l i g a t e themselves without the m e a n s
to pay. But when the residence hall c o m m i t t e e
e x t e n d s the term of p a y m e n t s over a period of live
y e a r s o r longer, il seems possible for all s e n i o r s
to subscribe
While the goal for each senior is one
h u n d r e d dollars, the c o m m i t t e e will welcome smaller
pledges.
T h e r e a r e m a n y reason-, for s u p p o r t i n g the a l u m n i
project of a w o m e n ' s residence hall. Eirst, it will
mean the partial if not complete alleviation, of i h o s e
u n d e r s i r a b l e conditions e n u m e r a t e d e l s e w h e r e in
this week's issue of the N E W S . Secondly, it would
slep forward in the prestige of S t a t e
mean anoth
litioii which bears directly upon each
college- a c
graduate.
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release for publication.
INDISCREET ACTION
It must In; disconcerting for a professor to begin a
sentence just as the I,ell lines and watch In-, class shuflle
hooks and papers, close pens, and scuffli feel preparatory
to leaving the n
i. Il is an experience that is not
unknown to several members of the College faculty.
Such action on the part of the student body is grossly
lacking in respect for the individual as well as interest
in the suhjei t under discussion.
One or two minutes of student time might well he
spent in listening to the concluding remarks of a lecture.
It is quite possible ihat a valuable fact may be gleaned,
111 addition, n would be an agreeable surprise for the
faculty. Il is not pleasant to be forced to ask a class
to wait until a remark is finished.
1933 Banner Will Watch Over Juniors
As They Dance In Formal Dress Tonight
By ALVINA R. L E W I S , '33
ASSOCIATE MANAGING EDITOR, NEWS
Tonight,
g l e a m i n g above t h e
heads of j u n i o r s a n d their g u e s t s
d a n c i n g a t t h e a n n u a l p r o m at t h e
H o t e l T e n Eyck, will be t h e red
and w h i t e b a n n e r of t h e class of
'33, t h e b a n n e r u n d e r which '33 h a s
m a r c h e d for t w o and a half y e a r s
and w h i c h h a s shared with it t h e
trials a n d vicissitudes of its College
career.
V i c t o r i o u s t h r o u g h fire, w a t e r ,
and n u m e r o u s a t t e m p t s at theft,
t h e b a n n e r h a s now arrived at the
fourth high point of its career.
D u r i n g t h e freshman year it w a s
kept discreetly hidden until its
d e b u t on M o v i n g - u p clay, w h e n its
brilliant c o l o r s led t h e class to a
victory in inter-class rivalry.
T h e night of s o p h o m o r e soiree—
music playing—-dancers s w a y i n g —
and a b o v e all the '33 b a n n e r stood
at guard.
O u t s i d e freshmen—big
and little, tall a n d short, fat a n d
t h i n — s c a m p e r e d madly to a n d fro
at each r u m o r that the b a n n e r w a s
b e i n g moved.
A short intermission, d u r i n g which the lights w e r e
flashed off for a brief period, a n d
the b a n n e r was safely out of the
school while freshmen a n d s o p h o APPRECIATION
m o r e s b e g a n a series of w i l d - g o o s e
T h e J u n i o r E d i t o r s wish to e x p r e s s their t h a n k s to chases all over A l b a n y a n d vicinity.
the STATE COLLEGE N E W S Hoard for the i n d i s p e n s i b k
D e c o r a t i n g the class booth at tlie
aids given them in the p u b l i s h i n g of this special b a z a a r of the Young
Women's
issue.
C h r i s t i a n a s s o c i a t i o n , on display at
the j u n i o r p a r t y to the freshman
and at the '33 class dinner, t h e b a n ner t h r o u g h frequent use b e c a m e
LEGENDS OF CHARLEMAGNE
soiled. T o m a k e its a p p e a r a n c e in
SOUTH AMERICAN STORY
all perfection at the p r o m t o n i g h t ,
WATSON ON PSYCHOLOGY
it w a s n e c e s s a r y to have the b a n n e r
- By G. P. R.
cleaned a n d r e s t o r e d to its original
b r i g h t colors. C o n s e q u e n t l y , u n d e r
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Legends of Charlemagne.
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A beautifully illustrated volume of the a d v e n t u r e s vacation t o a tailor shop for cleanof C h a r l e m a g n e , Rolando, Oliver, Rinaldo, Angelica, ing.
and Isabella is p r e s e n t e d in this edition of T h o m a s
liulfmeh's Legends of
Charlemagne.
All that is g l a m o r o u s , brave, and chivalric is
written with such a d e q u a t e d e s c r i p t i o n and realism
that it brings to life again the exploits of w a n d e r i n g
knights, lovely ladies, and the t u r r c l e d castles of
medieval E u r o p e .
T h e great painter-illustrator, N. C. W y e t h , has
produced lasting p o r t r a i t s of some of t h e finest of
T h e senior and s o p h o m o r e i n t e r the a d v e n t u r e s . T h e y include the p r e s e n t a t i o n of
Romero to C h a r l e m a g n e ; death of O r l a n d o ; and class basketball t e a m s m e t in a
game last night which decided lead( Irlanclo and M o r g a n a .
T h e classic form of the n a r r a t i v e s and the repro- ership of the i n t r a m u r a l league. In
ductions of Mr. W y e t h ' s p a i n t i n g s m a k e s the book a second game-, the j u n i o r s contested with the- freshmen for second
a gift of rare w o r t h for boys a n d girls.
place h o n o r s .
The results were
not available.
Green Mansions. W . II. H u d s o n .
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tions C o m p a n y .
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freshmen in a close game by 38-31,
Just how much of this a m a z i n g s t o r y is autobi- while the s o p h o m o r e s t r o u n c e d t h e
o g r a p h y and how much is pure imagination in the j u n i o r s , 38-16. Kissam, '34, with
higher reaches of m a n ' s ability to d r e a m will prob- fourteen points, Morcland, '32, a n d
ably remain u n k n o w n .
W h e t h e r or not Hudson P a r r y , '35, with thirteen
points
did find in t h e green d e p t h s of t h e j u n g l e a c r e a t u r e apiece, led in t h e race for s c o r i n g
half-bird, half-woman, remains open to discussion h o n o r s .
but it is fairly a p p a r e n t that he clothed this c r e a t u r e
Lloyd Morcland, '32, m a n a g e r ,
with the halo of m y s t e r i o u s charm which is the es- a n n o u n c e d today that no g r a d u a t e
sence of what all men seek in the w o m e n they love. s t u d e n t s , Varsity players, or m e m T h e story o p e n s with the Might of a South Ameri- bers of the freshman class q u i n t e t
can into the c a s h l e s s of the jungle, following an are eligible for inter-class c o m p e u n f o r t u n a t e connection with a fated
Venezuelan tition.
revolution. T h r o u g h o u t the story is finely blended
the fascination of sex and the a w e of a primitive
T h e class m a n a g e r s are as foljungle c r e a t u r e . In the- book are suggested, for the lows: seniors, A n d r e w A. H r i t z ;
u n d e r s t a n d i n g few, untold stories of secrets in the: j u n i o r s , b'rank Y o u n g ; s o p h o m o r e s ,
ways of love.
G e o r g e K e t c h a m ; and freshmen,
T h e book, recently studied here, is g r o w i n g William T o r p e y .
rapidly in its general universal a c c e p t a n c e as an
T h e c o m p l e t e schedule- for inlerEnglish classic. In its present m o d e r a t e l y priced class game's is as follows:
last
and beautifully illustrated edition, it forms an ir- night, j u n i o r s - f r e s h m e n , and senresistible a t t r a c t i o n to be added to one's library.
iors-sophomores; Thursday, sophom o r e s - f r e s h m e n , and seniors-junChildren and Their Parents. Uy M id E, W a t s ,
iors; T h u r s d a y February 25, s o p h o mores-juniors,
and
senior-freshS. Crofts and C
pany. Ne\
My
York City
pages. $.1.50.
m e n ; T h u r s d a y March 3, j u n i o r s S t u d e n t s of child and educational psychology will frcshincu, and s e n i o r s - s o p h o m o r e s ;
find this study decidedly interesting,
It considers and T h u r s d a y March III, s o p h o behavior p r o b l e m s in normal children, based on m o r e s - f r e s h m e n , and seniors-juncomplete ease histories, studied with a view In
diagnosis and c o r r e c t i o n .
I he technique of historytaking, i n t e r p r e t a t i o n , and the t r e a t m e n t used to
arrive at lite u n d e r l y i n g causes of these p r o b l e m s
CALENDAR
are lucidly explained.
Today
T h e first pari is concerned with voicing a new
11:1(1 A. M, Assembly. A u d i o ,
social philosophy and with the- p r e s e n t a t i o n of a
limn. I 'age ball.
sample case or two, c a r r y i n g I hi- study t h r o u g h the
I'.a.kelball game.
7:15 P M
history taking to t r e a t m e n t phases of individual
Monte bur T e a c h e r s ' , l i y i n u a
problems.
T h e second pari t r e a t s with
eight
shun
Page ball.
separate ease studies
0:110 P M lunior Prom. T e n
T h e i n t r o d u c t o r y chapter, written b y ' D i
Marion
Eyck hotel
I
Koiworthy, stales:
Tomorrow
" T h , pr e s e n l v o l l l i n e is o n e o f t he m o s t o u t
I III) P. M. I iinl.ii I mi, h, on.
1II V
l O l l t l iblllioll.s 1 o
the' field I I lat
h a s yet
C a n a r y Room
DtAVilt Clin
The
case m a t e r i a l is s, i finely o r g ;
w rilte n
ton hotel.
t h a , it lea v, s l i t t l e i[,, be w i s h e d I d r. E v e r y o n
3:00 P.M. T e a dance. D e W i l t
kited to ,|o belle,
reads t i n , book should be sli
Clinton b o l d .
and more thoughtful work
T h , , liapter on treat
Wednesday
m i n i which Dr. W a t s o n has included in this vol
3:30 P. M. Faculty ,tuc|ent lea.
uiiie is an o u t s t a n d i n g discussion of present elav
L o u n g e , Richardson ball.
techniques
T h e reader will realize t h r o u g h the
6:00 P. M Classical Club din
rapid g r o w t h in the child guidance m o v e m e n t th,
HIT
Cafeteria, lltlsted hall.
many changes which have' taken place.
In a field
Thursday
with so many future potentialities for education
7:30 P. M. Commerce d u b card
prevention, and t r e a t m e n t , the coming years will
parly.
Lounge, Richardson
certainly add m a n y o p p o r t u n i t i e s for growth in
hall.
points of view "
association w e l c o m e s D r . H a r l a n H o y t
Horner,
former dean of t h e College. H e will a p p e a r in a s s e m b l y t o d a y t o speak o n t h e subject of A b r a h a m
Lincoln.
H i s t o r y shows that D r . H o r n e r served well in his
position as dean from t h e y e a r s 1917 to 1923. Dr.
H o r n e r has an established r e p u t a t i o n as a lecturer
and m a n y a n d diverse e d u c a t i o n a l t h e m e s .
BOOKS:
T w c l v c o'clock o n a S u n d a y night,
while m o s t A l b a n i a n s w e r e p e a c e fully sleeping a t t h e i r h o m e s , the
r e s i d e n t s in t h e vicinity of t h e tailor
shop were aroused by the clashing
of fire engines a n d b y t h e s h o u t s
of firemen as flames slowly licked
at t h e walls of t h e b u i l d i n g in which
the s h o p w a s located. T h e custodian of t h e b a n n e r , p a s s i n g the
s h o p later in t h e night, discovered
the s m o k i n g ruins in which p e r h a p s
lay t h e b u r n e d r e m n a n t s of ' 3 3 s
emblem,
D i s m a y , w o r r y , a n d h o p e of (he
faint possibility t h a t t h e b a n n e r
had been s a v e d — t h e s e we're the
e m o t i o n s that d o m i n a t e d t h e mind
of t h e g u a r d i a n . A h a s t y visit to
the h o m e of t h e t a i l o r — a n d broad
smiles of relief t o o k t h e place of
the h a g g a r d e x p r e s s i o n s .
F o r the
tailor, c o r r e c t l y r e a l i z i n g the imp o r t a n c e of t h e b a n n e r and the:
necessity of m a i n t a i n i n g its integrity, had risked life a n d limb to
rescue the colors from t h e flames.
O n c e m o r e t h e e m b l e m of '33 had
come t h r o u g h to a g l o r i o u s victory.
Tonight marks another red-letter
event in t h e life of t h e '33 b a n n e r .
N o longer will z e a l o u s freshmen
hunt high and low for its w h e r e abouts, no longer will s t u r d y sopho m o r e s lustily defend its p o s i t i o n ;
it h a s n o w p r o g r e s s e d to its richer
and fuller m e a n i n g a s g u a r d i a n of
the class of '33 in its j u n i o r activities.
If You As
c-
<£s<:
Question: "What do yon think of the
idea of limiting Junior I'rom to
150 eon Ides/"
E l v a N e a l o n , '32. "I think that it
is d i s a d v a n t a g e o u s to limit the
n u m b e r , because it is the last
chance thai seniors have to attend a prom a n d it keeps the
undcrclassm.cn from p a r t i c i p a t i n g
in a social function."
Luisa Iglesias, '33. "I favor limiting a t t e n d a n c e , because plenty of
d a n c i n g space is a requisite for a
successful pr
."
E d w a r d Coyne, '33. "I think that
it is a good idea, because the
d a n c i n g can be enjoyed b e t t e r
w h e n there is e n o u g h room, and
the work of t h e c o m m i t t e e s is
considerably l i g h t e n e d . "
Adella L e i m a n , '33. "After all, il
is a J u n i o r I 'reon a n d there is in >
reason to c r o w d the- j u n i o r s in
o r d e r to make- room for the m e m bers of o t h e r c l a s s e s . "
J a c k S a u n d e r s , '34. "I believe- Ihat
the n u m b e r should be fixed, because of the limited facilities in
the T e n Eyck."
R u t h Katz, '35. " T h e college- has
few social affairs in which under
classmen can participate-. If the
n u m b e r s were- not limited, the
freshmen could mingle with up
per c l a s s m e n . "
CLASSES START
GAMES IN LEAGUE;
CONTESTS SLATED
DuRose, '33, Has Job
In White Plains Office
Th
DttRo
'33.
been p r o m o t e d I
tb
general
manager
\\ b
Hi
Plains office of the R C. R o c h e s t e r
and Co., a large building and
plumbing
supplies
corporation
with main offices in New \ ork
city.
D u R o s e c a m , to S t a l e college in
1020 from Ticoitdereiga w h e r e be
alien.led llie high sel
I. He was
elected president of bis freshman
class. DuRose left school in .linn
of his freshman year.
Class Of 1931 To Meet
Tomorrow At Luncheon
T h e . lass ,,f |031 will .on,In, I ;
luncheon t o m o r r o w at the Nev
Kcninore h o l d , according to AI
ire,I llasch, '31 , bai
in
'Ibis is the se,
I luncheon , on
elm led by the class this v,.,i
I liei e are- in, plans for a progi am
llasch said
a i e . Carolyn ' Kelle'y, Helen < HiClarice
Prince,
Ruth
Hughes
Xella
Miller,
Waller
Driscoll
Russell I milium L a w r e n c e New
comb, A r t h u r lones, E d w a r d (Is
borue', and llasch.
3
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N. Y., FEBRUARY 12, 1932
151 INSTRUCTORS
TO BEGIN DUTIES
Announces Faculty
Professor Sayles Announces
Milne Teaching Schedule
For This Semester
One hundred
fifty-one
seniors
will teach in Milne H i g h school
this s e m e s t e r , a c c o r d i n g to t h e list
issued from t h e office of P r o f e s s o r
J o h n M. Sayles, principal of Milne
H i g h school a n d head of e d u c a t i o n
department.
One hundred
fifty
t a u g h t d u r i n g the second s e m e s t e r
last year.
T h e schedule for practice teaching is as follows:
8:10: English, 7th g r a d e , Sylvia
Kline;
home
economics,
Alice
F l e m i n g ; science, 7th g r a d e , L a w rence H a r p e r and H e r b e r t H o s e ;
m a t h e m a t i c s , 7th g r a d e , G e r t r u d e
T e r w i l l i g e r ; social science, Alice
Rojcewicz, H o w a r d Brumer, Margaret T y l e r ; E n g l i s h , 8th g r a d e ,
Louise E l m e r a n d M a r y Zeler; science, 8th g r a d e , Albert A l m s t e a d ;
home e c o n o m i c s , Helen Collier;
F r e n c h , 9th g r a d e , Helen Gilligan
and M a r j o r i e L o c k w o o d ; algebra,
B e r n a r d S u l l i v a n ; general science,
R o b e r t b l o o d y ; English 2, K a t h c r ine S c o t t ; Latin 2, Margaret S t a r r ;
h i s t o r y A, Benjamin R o s e n ; civics,
Albert S t r o n g and Michael F r o h jich; French 2, Gaetana Kerlanda,
M a r g a r e t l l c r r , Clarice S i m m o n s ,
and Rose B a x t e r ; g e o m e t r y , Genevieve D o w n e y ; Latin 3, H a r o l d
B a t e s ; physics, M a r y Ester M e a d ;
English 4, Nile C l e m e n s , William
C a m p a i g n e , and
Bessie
l.evine;
commercial law, Helen Crag:.; and
Robert G o o d r i c h ; c h e m i s t r y , Marion C o m i s k y and D o r o t h y Gray.
9:05: h o m e economics, Marjorie
d e H e u s and H o n o r Mulford; science, 7th grade. Anita Soholeski
.
English, 7th grade, Louise Collins;
social science, Violet
Simmons,
T h e r e s a Darfler, H o w a r d Rruiuer,
and Helen l l a a k e ; science, otli
grade, Arnold B o o k h e u n ; m a t h .
matics, 8th grade, A n n e t t e Lewis
and Ethel P i t c h e r ; English, Horn
tliy Allen and H e r m m i e \ \ l l h a n w ;
biologv, C a r o l y n
b i t z g c r a d :m<l
Mildred
Buchanan;
English
-,
Grace Burke and Hilda l.aubeiistein; Latin 2, Margaret S t e w a r t ;
b o o k k e e p i n g 1, Louise K
y and
Rose B e r g s t e i n ; g e o m e t r y , Sara h
Gulick; history B, Charles Swiek
and Bernard J o r dda n ; English .1,
3,
S l o c m u ; Latin I, I •• A.
Virgin
s h o r t h a n d 2. Lues ( >Johns,
uid
M i / a L . ih
I'ischer;
eheui'istrv, lane M
'e and Robert
Rankins.
10:05: m a t h e m a t i c s , 7th g r a d e ,
Corinue Faulk; social science, Dor
othy l.allv; borne economics, Jean
C r e d l e ; science, 7th grade, \ \ llliain
Benedict; malhellial ics, Hill grade.
Virginia
Hawkins;
science,
8th
grade, I'.rina S e n ; 1K.HU eeoiioin
ics, M a r g u e r i t e W i l s o n ; English,
8th grade, Leah D o r g a n and D o n ,
thy G o d i n ;
Latin
1, Margaret
Belts; English I, Ann Lallan and
Louise Ray; biology, M a n . \ \ i d
maim and Virginia P r o l c s i ; ele
inenlarv business training, \ s e i i a l h
Van
Buren;
h'.iiglish
2,
Mar>
Perkins and Ruth R k u k w e l l ; Intory A, Vera
l i m n s ; Latin 2.
Marion b l v m i ; g e o i u e l r v , E u g e n e
Brick; physics, Donald W h i s l o u ;
I'nglish 3,' Elizabeth l a c k - o n and
I Ian lev F.vres; s h o r t h a n d I, I dilh
l.evine and Rose Gu.slnwl; Latin
SENIORS ORGANIZE
GROUP TO SOLICIT
DORMITORY FUND
(Conlimitd from page 1, eolUDitt i)
will be s y m p a t h e t i c employment
for m a n y m e n and w o m e n , " she
added.
T h e following undesirable conditions, it is hoped, will be partially
alleviated w h e n the building is finally c o m p l e t e d : 1. that t h e r e arc
162 w o m e n living in 104 different
h o m e s in the city; 2. that 180
w o m e n a r e w o r k i n g in 153 different
h o m e s a n d g r o u p houses not including s o r o r i t y h o u s e s ; 3. that
m a n y of these r o o m i n g houses are
long d i s t a n c e s from the College; -I.
that p a r t i c i p a t i o n in activities is
difficult and expensive at p r e s e n t ;
5. that the w o m e n are taken outside
of the College a t m o s p h e r e for their
social a n d r e c r e a t i o n a l life.
\
>•
mmmimimmm i • mm
P r o i e s s o r J o h n M.
principal of Milne High
who has announced the
senior practice t e a c h e r s
second semester.
Sayles,
school,
list of
(or the
L a s t year an unsuccessful a t t e m p t
was m a d e to e x c h a n g e the present
site with one belonging to the city
of Albany.
A reply from
the
m a y o r ' s office informed the alumni
c o m m i t t e e that the site bargained
for was to be transformed into a
city p a r k .
If the n e c e s s a r y a m o u n t of money
needed to erect the first wing is
raised soon, the g r o u n d will be
broken almost immediately afterwards.
T h e following are the names of
the c a p t a i n s who will solicit members of the senior class for pledges.
Each will see nine m e m b e r s of the
class: J u d i t h Fister, Annis Kellogg,
K a t h e r i n e T r a v e r s , Audrey Sullivan. H e l e n Burgher, Alice Giblin,
Sehna Sims, Eleanor Gage, Ascnath Van Buren, Lillian W e i n b e r g ,
j Vera Burns, Marjorie Wilson, Ruth
G o l d s m i t h , K a t h e r i n e Donley, Frances Mazar, Genevieve Downey, Nile
C l e m e n s , Robert Rankins, Harold
Haswell, Lloyd Moreland, Andrew
l l r i t / , Virginia
Hawkins,
Mary
Alexander, and Michael Frohlick.
PRINCIPAL NAMES
SECOND SEMESTER
MILNE TEACHERS
a ,.„i ,,,,.,/ ,.,,„„ ,•„.„„„, /;
English 1, Helen N o r g o r d and Augusta Baker; t y p e w r i t i n g 1, Louise
t ailow and R o s e m a r y
Harvey;
cninmercial a r i t h m e t i c , Ruth Isheru
I; l a t i n 2, H i l d e g a r d c Slrohm a i e r ; history A, M a r g a r e t Kaut
and T h o m a s M a l o n e y ; English 3,
D o r o t h y Buse; g e o m e t r y , K a t h r y n
. ulhill; Latin 3, E l e a n o r G a g e ;
, j ; 1 ) ( , | j s | , _, ( j o u r n a l i s m ) ,
Frances
( ; : i v m , r ; history C, Bernard Simon
Samuel W e i n m a n ; intermedi;l||(j
; l l ( . algebra, Inez Kellev; English 4,
Katherine Belknap; business Engj ^ | ] . , , . , , h | CioUliiiK.
| , . 0 5 . M U .; ; l | S 1 . u , | l a , M a r y M l . I
| | ,, , | ] a | , | ; i | | ( | ].,|liaii H u g h e s ; Eng| ^ h 8 ( l l u r : K ] t . |..Va S t e i n b e r g and |
l | ,i,ille Rlackwcll; Latin, 8th grade,
| ) o r o t | l y MeCiinniss, D o r o t h y Bur p . ^ l , , i i n , | Km|, | a l h , l l ; algebra,
Hubbcll;
Latin
1,
Marv
kntl|
\ \ i c k s ; i l u i | , 1 ) r i . t t ; l M u r r a y ; b'.ng
y^h ,_ Rudolph C o o n s a n d ' Liberia j
S c h w a r t z ; civics, H o w a r d
Mann;'
histury \ , Florence G a h a u e r ; ge
oinetry, Helen H a n d y ; English .1
Anne Xesbilt; pbvsics, lack SarolT
s h o r t h a n d I, Claire C o v e n t r y ; book
keeping 1, b'.dward Kellev; Englisl
4 (jourualisin I, Rut Ii K r. iiinian
chemistry, Mitchell Kline and Slier
idan Mark; t y p e w r i t i n g 1, I'aulim
Smith and Grace S t e p h e n s , ,n.
11:30 to 1:00: c h e m i s t r y labora
tory, G e r t r u d e W e b b .
nnreiTWKIT
rKLblULNI
TTF I C
ItLLb
HERE AND THERE LOWELL DEFEATED
BY STATE 23-22
T h e t o w n of H a n o v e r ,
New
H a m p s h i r e , requires all eligible
D a r t m o u t h s t u d e n t s to vote in
o r d e r that it m a y collect a poll tax Kissam Stars In First Game
from them. In retaliation, t h e stuBy Caging Winning
d e n t s a t t e n d e d a town m e e t i n g ,
Two Points
w h e r e they i n t r o d u c e d and passed
two bills, p r o p o s i n g the building
of a wall a r o u n d the town eight
By KKNNKTH A. MILLER, '32
miles high and the construction of
SPORTS EDITOR, NEWS
a city hall one foot wide and a
mile high.
H a n o v e r i a n s had to
T h e Purple and Gold q u i n t e t
take the affair to W a s h i n g t o n to
edged their way to victory over
get out of building the two s t r u c t h e Lowell Textile
aggregation
tures.
F r i d a y night, in the g y m n a s i u m of
P a g e hall, when Charlie K i s s a m ,
An e n g r a v e d milk-can goes to playing his first g a m e of the season,
the w i n n i n g team in a p r o p o s e d neatly looped a field goal in the
milking c o n t e s t
between
coeds last second of the game.
The
from the Universities of Minne- t i m e r blew the final whistle as t h e
sota and W i s c o n s i n .
ball went into the basket.
T h e State five got u n d e r a good
P r o f e s s o r Copeland, the H a r v a r d s t a r t on field goals t h r o u g h t h e
L a c e d e m o n i a n , says, " P r e t t y good efforts of Kissam and Gil D e L a u r a .
p o e t r y is like p r e t t y good e g g s . " T h e home team led at half time
P r o f e s s o r William Lyon P h e l p h s by a score of 13 to 7.
of Yale university, famous lecThe
Lowell
outfit
seemed
turer
and
critical
writer
has s t r e n g t h e n e d after their ten minchosen the following as the best utes of rest and slowly b e g a n to
b o o k s of 1931: " S h a d o w s on the beat back the State team's lead.
R o c k " by Willa G a t h e r ;
" T h e After ten m i n u t e s of play in the
Good E a r t h , " by Pearl Buck; " T h e s e c o n d half, Stale led 19 to 18.
G r a s s Roof," by Younghill R a n g ; T h e n J a r e k of Lowell
Textile
"All Passion Spent," by Sackvillc- caged a long shot m a k i n g the score
W e s t ; " T h e Lady W h o Came to 2(1 to 19 in favor of his t e a m . DeSlav," by Robin S p e n c e r ; " M a r v ' s L a u r a immediately sank a p r e t t y
Neck," ' b y
Booth
T a r k i n g t o n ; shot.
Kaskooka of Lowell t h e n
"Maid in W a i l i n g , " by John Gals- m a d e a basket to put the visitors
worthy; "American
Beauty," by again in the one point lead.
After
Edna F e r b e r ; "Unfinished
Busi- s o m e m o r e s c r i m m a g i n g
Kissam
ness,"
by
John
Erskine;
and provided
the
most
spectacular
" W e s t w a r d P a s s a g e , " by M a r g a r e t finish ever seel, on a State court.
A. B a r n e s .
'J'he State outfit was s t r e n g t h ened by new players. Kissam and
T h e p r o f e s s o r from New York Roger " S h a r k e y " Bancroft, a star
university w h o hit the front pages forward on last year's y e a r l i n g
with his a n n o u n c e m e n t that whistl- team, played t o g e t h e r for the first
ing is a sign of a moron, now time this season.
claims that a Phi Beta Kappa key
T h e box score of the g a m e folis useless.
lows:
STATK ( nl.I.l.i,F.
Ill I t ' II'
At S y r a c u s e a live weeks senior
1
,1
g u i d a n c e c o u r s e is given to dis- llrooks, R.I-'
cover w h e t h e r the seniors are
familiar with the rules and tradiKiss,
LItions of the university.
ll;in.NK
NEWBURGH GROUP Dr. Hastings Addresses
OE RUSSIAN TRIP
Group At City Library
Dr. Nelson Will Speak
In tastleton, March Jeo.nii.imi.sm <m the w..rid.
quahln s llial
livitn > app, al
Ulsibil
• lilts, h i- prob
things are lack
i class p r o g r a m
•rly seek to join
:;g'i ,n a. liv ili. s
lull ,
m l , " Dr.
,1, Reginald S w a n n ; trig
nelry, me in the n gill;
Lvclvn
Forlmillcr;
history
C, that -Hid, nl - ea;
C h a r l o t t e \ d a m s , Libert \ an l lis groups and I- i n
dell; chemistry, W a l t e r \ n d e r s o u
where they ale ill
12:05: English, 7lh grade, Lucille Nelson -aid
"The l.acher and I
Diinnigaii; h o m e ec
inics, Ruth
G o l d s m i t h ; Latin, Klh grade, \ ir room si in, in. ,n is
giuia Smith ; si icial science, I h i r e s , , I hat ol I he iii.ii in, W e i n e . k e , Margaret I l a / l a v ; bed
d, but lie oppoi
ogv, Carl T u r b o s .nu\ M a n Rose
.bat we want
g a r t e u ; algebra, M a r .
M.Nally;
regular class
luelhillg like
II.mi. in that
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Dr. H a r r y W. Hastings, chair"Russia,—A Menace or an In- man ,,f the English d e p a r t m e n t ,
s p i r a t i o n " \ , a s thi' subject of an a d d r e s s e d a g r o u p of people In the
a d d r e s s delivered Friday by Presi- I I a r i n a n u s Bleecker library audi
deni A. R. Brubacher at a meet- I,,,,urn T u e s d a y night on the topic
ing of the Schoolmaster-,' Council of " L i t e r a r y Favorites".
of the H i g h l a n d s in X e w b u r g h .
Dr. H a s t i n g s confined his talk
W i t h a g r o u p of educators and largely to the older and to ,,,,,,1, m
e c o n o m i s t s , including Dr. Slier- novels. I le said that novel- were
Wood Eddy, Dr. Brubacher re- usually liked which gave "an il
cently visited Russia and saw con- lusioil of n a b l y " , and spoke of the
ditions as they really are in the charm of n a r r a t i v e s which paint a
laud of ih,- Soviets. Dr. Brubacher picture taken from life and of
stated that, although atheism has thos,. which delinili Iv aim at taktaken the place once In Id by o r t h o - ing the reader away from life and
dox religion in Tsarist days, Rus- reality into the laud of r o m a n c e
sian youth is seriously concerned and imagination.
with m a i n t a i n i n g high ideals ami
Dr
H a s t i n g s r e d a selection
s t a n d a r d s of morality.
Dr. Rim from Dickens' /',,/,• ,,-,,/,• /',</>,T.V to
.
|
"nit
i
o
b
a e h e r a l s o discussed the clTccl of the group.
r
Several m e m b e r s of • |,. coll, ge
student body and of the fai nllv al
Dr. M . i , Nelson, professor of ,alu- . K ( l w i " ,. K . VauKlecrk,
'27,
tended.
cation, will address the Parent Teach- '.u'" 11 ''' editor-,,, chiel of the ST.VI iers' association of Gastletoii Tliurs- Cl.l.Ki.l- .\l-.ws and now s„pci—
1
of
schools
at
Waldeii,
,day night, March 3. on "The Place of j > '
,t of the
Schoolmasters'
l-'.slra Class v, livilii - in the Ldu- j I'.1'
I Council ,,f the Highlands, which i,alio,,.,I P r o g r a m " .
' I I,
De I
ii.,11, i..<;
Nelson. L i ,
II o r g a n , / a t , o n composed ol edi
itors living in the Hudson valle
district.
Rendezvous
Inn...
Innil \ for d
anil -,,lf. ril
Cor, Lake and Western Ave.
For Good Eats at
All Hoars
Delicious
Student To Broadcast
Account Of Olympics
Sandwiches
I Ionic M a d e
Sullivan, U IIs,-si
La, I. ISav.u-.l, (
l a n k , IM.
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TO SELL
Typical
Luncheon Special
Sir ir J 11:H) hi 2 P. Al.
30c
Toasted Three I )eiker Sandwich
Lettuce, Tomato and Bacon
I'ics
Clubs and Sororities of State College
Leave your Ice Cream Orders with us
W HOLESA LE
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We sell WACjAU'S
ICE CKh'AM
bceuHic lecioi'Mire il is the best in
the Cii/Niu/D/stuVr.
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ICES
C & C ANNEX
R O O M M BASEMENT
BOOKS
T h e Young W o m e n ' s Christian
association is c
h i d i n g a secondhand I
k table ,,, the lower corridor ol I lusted hall the first weeks
of this semester.
Esther W o o d b u m , '.i.i, is i I,airman of the pn , j ecl
Ml students who have books
In buy or sell are asked to communicate will, (he book (able.
Collcc Tea -Chocolate
(I
PI.
da> iM-epI Saturdays a,
These im, .'national short
casts, given ill In e laneiiai
•r sla
lion \ V 2 \ A F , arc in..,1,
|
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rhmugh the e«, operation ,,, the Times
Lin
,,id the Hearst Radio service
and are broadcast fr
5:1 5 l,, 5 :3(l
o'clock.
The a c c u n t of the games ,s also
broadcast in Swedish, German, Span
isl, and Italian.
;
I
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1.1; Lowell, 7.
Willi
Malic Louise Shaioii,
a resident nf Pans, is I,
b r i m Ii resiimi oi lie |.i
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N. Y , FEBRUARY 12, 1932
HEADS LIST
STATE TO DEBATE
CLASS TO DIRECT R. P.OFIMALE
GUESTS
AT JUNIOR PROM HAMILTON COLLEGE
SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
Rice and Miller to Meet Team
In Contest, February 24,
Dr. Thompson Says
(Continued from page I, column 5)
Education 115 Students Lead
High School Clubs, Miss
Halter Says
Crowley
and
Edward
Moslier,
Albany i
litliL'l ' Fri'denbui'K
and
Clinton
Cole,
Albany; MaiKiicrite Itiichanan and Charles
lllancfinrd, Albany;
Ethel
Dyckman and
Howard Kilts, K.P.I.; Florence Smith and
Raymond
Hughes,
Harvard;
Margaret
Service
and
John
(Irosvenor;
Carolyn
Christiansen and Kenneth Gl'clirist, Lafayette; Charles Inckett and Jean Murray,
M l ; Helen Snyder and Howard Laiuiwinu,
Albany;
Kalherine
Ryan
and
Kdwanl
Connelly,
R.P.I.;
Dorothy
Madman and
Frances (iiiiltinan, Albany Pharmacy college;
Hazel
Sutton
and
John
Murray,
Pharmacy; Margaret Cole and John liarrett,
Midillebury
college;
llenjamin
Ingraham and Rosemary Harvey, M2; Ruth
llueehe
and
William
Clermont,
R.P.I.;
llertha lluhl and Inlin Crist, Schenectady;
Klizahelh MacCombs and Joseph Chamber
lain, R.I'.L; Hilinn
llergstrom and Herbert
Finger,
K.l'.li
May
Cilmore
and
Harry Meyer, R.I'.L
N i n e t e e n members of the class
in E d u c a t i o n 115, a course in extracurricular activities, taught by J)r.
Robert W. Frederick, principal of
Milne Junior High school
have
been assigned to sponsor the various activities in Milne High school,
Miss Helen Halter, supervisor of
social science in the high school,
announced today. T h e sponsorship
of these activities is considered as
the laboratory part of the class
work.
Anne l l u r r i t t and Samuel McCochrane,
R.l'.l; Alice Anilerson and Kthvard C.ranl,
R.I'.L; Jlary Wald and Freemciiit I'axton,
Loud
Kiiglaml;
Mollie
l.ind.-cy
and
lohn llurke, lloosick Falls; Kleanor Lally
and Harlem Acker, (lloversville; Cerlrude
Siiurbcck and Maurice
llertrand,
llosion
university; Ruth llarter and Allen Moulton, llobart; F.lhel Zotz and Dr. Edward
Smith,
Albany;
Isabel
Lawrence
and
Cilhert
Shaffer,
R.l'.l.;
Ralph
Reinharl
and Marion Howard, M4; Clarice Taylor
Ruth E. I lord HI and Catherine
R. Travcr, seniors, will direct the
Milne H i g h school assemblies. Six
of the students will be in charge of
h o m e r o o m s and their programs in
t h e school.
T h e s e students are as
f o l l o w s : Anna Goldman, Jane R.
M a c L a u g h l i n , Isabel Peard, Gertrude
Terwilliger,
and
Frances
D a v i s , seniors, and Louise Collins,
a graduate student.
The homerooms meet once a day for half an
hour.
T h e senior
high
school
h o m e r o o m period is from 11:0(1 until 11:30 o'clock, and t h e j u n i o r
high h o m e r o o m s meet from 11:30
until 12:00 o'clock.
and Waller
liedding,
III.
i Held ;
Mary
Gardiner
and
John
Zguris,
Pharmacy;
Winefred Dietz anil Ned Manning, Albany;
Kllcn Murphy and Frank Morefl, t'nion;
Catherine
linker
and
Lewis
Hoffman.
Albany; Mary Dnherly and (It-urge Tat'box,
Saratoga Springs;
Margarel
Roobau ami
William
lilzgerald,
Saralugii
Spring-;
Mary Freeman and lohn D'llrien, Albany
Cera'diue Hum ami Richard King, Darltill, Charh.lle lleurv and Char!.- \ \ i'
liauis, Damn.mil, . ami Ann.. Mahsig and
In,age I'eeke, I'm..11.
T w o m e m b e r s of the class will
s p o n s o r the Milne
luiiior
High
school newspaper, which i- called
the "Junior Crimson and While."
T h e y are Annette Lewis and Audrey Flowers, seniors. T w o o t h e r s
will direct dramatics clubs.
They
arc Mildred Smith and Kli/ahelii
M c L a u g h l i n , seniors.
Other classmen
T h e other activities and their
Sponsors arc as follow-: library
club, Doris Dunning, '32; excursion club,
Roberta
Kvcritt, M2;
L a t i n club, D o r o t h y M c G i u n i s s , ' 3 2 ;
t y p e w r i t i n g club, Marie Stiefvater, I
'.,2;
- l a m p club, France- K e l l e r , !
'32; p h o t o p l a v club, Sara l l r i e r l y , |
a n d traffic club Mcxvurt G a y ,
'M'!<
'
attend
ics who will allend
M e m b e r s nf o l h e i
gima S l i m ill, M l ,
mid Seymour Fleming, Cohl-piing; Helen
Rnbel, MJ, and Ravmond Mi Avoy. R.l'.l ;
Marg.uel Starr, MJ, and Harold Mage,,
Albany; Alice Ciblin, MJ, and l.aurcnc,
XX nluiiuliiii, I '
11; Mildred Cmwlev, M-',
and Ralph Wilbinglon, Wau-rtown; Kli/a
bub Mnat, M l , and Henry Kralz, Albauv;
Helen
Mead,
MJ,
and
Alvin
ShalTcr,
Albany; Maigar.1.1 l..du-ha, '.!-', and Paul
\'ega,
R.I'.L;
I 0111-e
Konry,
MJ, and
M'''"o,,f"l,'nv
DR. DONNAL SMITH
WILL BE SPEAKER
Juniors to Conduct Luncheon
Tomorrow In De Witt
Clinton Hotel
T h e men's v a r s i t y debate leant
w i l l meet H a m i l t o n college in a
d e b a t e t o be c o n d u c t e d W e d n e s day n i g h t ,
F e b r u a r y 24, at 8 : 1 5
o ' c l o c k , i n t h e c h a p e l at H a m i l t o n ,
George
I'.
Rice
and Kenneth
Miller, seniors, will represent Slate
c o l l e g e , D r . H a r o l d VV. T h o m p s o n ,
coach o f debate a n d professor o f
Knglish, announced today.
T h i s is t h e f o u r t h t i m e t h e t w o
learns h a v e m e t . State was v i c t o r ious i n t h e p r e v i o u s debates. Moth
Rice a n d M i l l e r were o n t h e team
which
met Hamilton
t w o years
ago;
R i c e a c t e d as first s p e a k e r ,
a n d M i l l e r as a l t e r n a t e .
T h e subject of the debate w i l l
be: R e s o l v e d : t h a t H e r b e r t I l o u v e r
Dr.
Harlan
Hoyt
Horner,
s h o u l d b e r e e l e c t e d as p r e s i d e n t o f
f o r m e r dean of State college,
the U n i t e d Slates.
Stale will u p w h o w i l l speak i n t h e 11:10 as
h o l d t h e a f f i r m a t i v e side. T h e c o n seinbly today
s t r u c t i v e s p e e c h e s w i l l he t e n m i n utes i n l e n g t h , t h e r e b u t t a l s , live
minutes.
I Ins is t i n l i s t t u n e Hi it R i c e
a n d M i l l e r w i l l s p e a k f o r S t a l e College.
Rice has debated f o r f o u r
y e a r s a n d M i l l e r h a s Keen o n t h e
team since his s o p h o m o r e year.
Dr. Harlan l l o v l Horner, former
Dean o f Stale college, w i l l he the
speaker i n the student assembly to
DR. H H HORNER
TO ADDRESS 11:10
ASSEMBLY TODAY
WOMEN WELCOME
104 NEW PLEDGES
ON TUESDAY NIGHT
'( ,ml .in,-,/ Mom /'.,./,' / . ..1,'IIIIIH
president o f t h e s t u d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n !
T h e subject n f Ins a d d r e s s w i l l lie
.Abraham L i n c o l n , upon w h o m D r .
I l o r n c r is r e c n g i i i / e i l as an a u t h o r i t y ,
having written magazine articles and
p a m p h l e t s about L i n c o l n .
D r . H o r n e r was t h e D i r e c t o r o f
s u m m e r school sessions at S l a t e c o l
hge
and directly
preceded
Dean
M e l / l e r a - Dean f r o m I ' ) I 7 u n t i l l ' L M ,
w h e n he became the K x e c u l i v c seen
l a r y o f the New Y o r k S l a t e T e a c h e r s '
a s s o c i a t i o n , the p o s i t i o n w h i c h he imw
occupies
I le i - also an e d i t o r , , f t i n
m a g a z i n e A Y . v !',./•/,• Sl,il,- I ,///, in'imi
and is an cspcciallx d i s t i n g u i s h e d lee
Hirer
' d u r a t i o n a l , I rat, r n a l , a m i
p a t r i o t i c themes.
I)
A l p h a Epsilon P h i : Anna K o m i ,
liessie
l l a r l m a u , Rose
Dabrusin,
blorcncc Kllen, and A r l i n c MulTson,
freshmen.
Gamma Kappa P h i :
Katherine
Degeuaer,
Arlinc
C o r n w a l l , Kv
' n Stevens, I .ucillc M a n n i n g , a n d
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F.liz.d., ih Finch, M I , and William Caliill.
P h i Delta:
M a r g u e r i t e l.ischi
R.l'.l.; Riilh llul.bel, MJ, and Ch.nh- l . , , i - M c l n l v r e , R u t h | . a \ L.lean
Single, I'm
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Doris Singleton,
,
I a n d A r l i i u - \ a n f'.pp- f r e - h n i e i i
| i | | n l , | .,,., . l l , l l | , „ , , . Mink,-, l-nion.
Dr. D o n n a l V . S m i t h , assistant
p r o f e s s o r o f h i s t o r y , w i l l be t h e
s p e a k e r at t h e j u n i o r l u n c h e o n t o m o r r o w at I :()() o ' c l o c k i n t h e C a nary r o o m of the DeVVilt C l i n t o n
h o t e l . M a r y T r e l a is g e n e r a l c h a i r man for the luncheon.
Bernard
K e r b e l w i l l a c t as l o a s l i u a s l e r . T h e
t h r e e class p r e s i d e n t s f o r t h e f r e s h man, soph.
ire, a n d j u n i o r years
w i l l a L o speak.
These are: freshman,
Ruth Reynolds; sophomore,
Klizahelh
Gordon;
and junior!
Itruce f i l b y . C o m m i t t e e s f o r the
luncheon
are: menu
a n d place
cards, N a o m i A l b r c c b t ; chaperons
and
taxis,
Augusta
Vail; and
dowers,
William
Collins.
lohn
G r o s v e n o r will be in charge o f t h e
singing.
J u n i o r l e a - d a n c e w i l l be t o m o r row- a f t e r n o o n i n ( b e C r y s t a l r o o m
of t h e D e V V i t l C l i n t o n f r o m t h r e e
u n t i l live o'clock.
M u s i c w i l l he
f u r n i s h e d bv lack M i l e s a n d his
orchestra.
Rulli Reynolds i - general chairman for the dance. Chape r o n - will b e : Miss Mario,, Chcseb r o u g h , i n - t r u r l o r in L a t i n , a n d
D o n a l d C. I ' r y a n l ,
instructor in
I'.nglish.
Coinniittee- include: chaperons,
Charlotte
l.ohaas;
and refrrshnietits, Marie Jtidd.
Alvina Lewis
is g e n e r a l p u b l i c i t y c h a i r m a n f o r
the week e n d .
1935 LOSES FIRST
GAME OF SEASON
TO MECHANICVILLE
I Me i i e - l i t u a i i l i a - k e l b a l l
team
s u l l e n il i i - f i r s t d e f e a t o f t h e -ea
-"ii
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nieht
when
I. i n a re
M e c h n i c \ i l l e l l i e h 'scl
The
extra a u r i c u l a r
activities :
turn
eanie, outplayed
t i n - year
w i l l liee-in as s
t as o r u r a n i / a t i o i i
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A n d o w l l r i l z , ' MJ,' and ( a . n l w , Kell'.-vl K u r i l X
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Walsworlh,
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bich
proved
unhealable.
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Davis,
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c o n d u c t i l - annual a l u m n a e week end Robert Willm
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N. Y., FEBRUARY 12, 1932
Faculty who have shown an active interest in Class affairs
Alrina Lewis,
aging editor of
I.EC.K NKWS, wlio
licity chairman
week-end,
associate manthe STMT. COLis general pul>for the junior
William Collins, who is chairman of the flowers and taxis
committees for junior week-end.
Laura Siyit, who is junior associate of the NKWS and undergraduate representative on the
Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet.
Miss
Styn is chairman of favors for
the junior prom.
Bernard Kerbel, associate managing editor of the NKWS, who
will act as toaslmaster at the
junior luncheon tomorrow noon
at the DeWitt Clinton hotel.
Dean William II. Mctslvr, who has guided I he destinies of tin
class of l'M.i in ilii- scholastic fuld since its matriculation in Sep
lember, IWJ'J.
1'ialrl I'lilnain, junior assuciile editor nf tin- I'llio, and a
iiemlu-r of the College debate
•olllicil.
Raymond Harris, a member >
Sum's vai'hity basketball si|iiai
and a represcnlalive ul die Y M
t', A. cubiiKl.
Mary Trela, chairman of the
junior luncheon tomorrow at
the Ik-Witt Clinton lintel and
class manager of athletics,
Helen i ramie, clitiirt nun of
ihc music committee for junior
proiii, who is a member of the
College music council,
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N. Y., FEBRUARY 12, 1932.
Above, Dr. A. R. Brubaehcr,
and below, Dean Anna E. Pierce,
who arc serving as patrons for
the annual junior prom tonight,
Past and present managers of
basketball.
Above is Harold
Haswell, '32, and below is Kenneth Miller, also '32. Miller is
sports editor of the NEWS and is
a member of Myskania.
PLANS FOR RESIDENCE HALL
SHE BROADCASTS IN FRENCH
The plans for the new women's dormitory as represented by the state architect. The erection of these buildings will probably begin some lime within the next year, providing the alumni
committee's plans for securing funds are successful. Money is secured through senior pledges.
1933—FIRST CLASS TO USE NEW BUILDING
Marie Louise Sharon, '.?•/, who is assisting in broadcasting the description of the Olympic games to Paris,.France. Miss Sharon is a native
at France, and is doing her broadcasting in French,
Milne hall, Page hall, auditorium and gymnasium, and Richardson hall, the three new buildings, which were completed in 1^28. The class of 1933 was the fust to use these three buildings.
The adding of these buildings shows an advancement in the prestige of State college. They were
the first to be built since 1904 when I lusted, Draper, and llawlcy halls were built.
LIBRARY
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
5s] State College News
VOL.
XVI. No. 16
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12,
1
1932
Junior Prom
Edition
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues
&
iis^igSfojsrs*;
Ruth Reynolds, w h o w a s president of the class of 1933 during
the last half of the freshman
year. Miss Reynolds is serving
as chairman of the junior teadance tomorrow afternoon at
the D c W i t t Clinton hotel.
Elizabeth Gordon, president of
1933 for the sophomore year.
Miss Gordon was delegate to
the national conference of the
National Student Federation of
America in December.
"We're the class of '33, of dear old S. C. T,
John DethfSQIt,
of Ihe junior class
erul chairman fo
week-end. Dctlef:
president of the c
also.
resident
IO is s e n ile junior
was vicelast year
As freshmen:
In September, 1929, we, the class
Of 1933, entered Stale College for
T e a c h e r s . Innocent, big-eyed, eager
with ambition, we started olT
strongly and with fine intentions.
(i. A. A. Flay Day, Freshman
Welcome, S o p h o m o r e rubs, freshman caps and buttons, interclass
skirmishes,
frosh-soph
football
game, history 1 and Dorwaldtian
theory, freshman basketball, ban
ner rivalry, hockey, skating, hiking
and d a t e s — w e w i r e immersed in
all of these W e studied, let down,
c r a m m e d and t h r u studied a wee
bit mure.
T h o r l e y Du Ruse was our lirst
class p n sidenl although he was
the second semester.
T h a t second semester! Some of
its I n u c l e d , some studied, some
played and some of lis worried,
studied and c r a m m e d . T h e froshsoph debate was lost, the uiascni
found, the pole rush and the tug
of-war gave no score, men's froshsoph basketball game was lost,
victory marked the girl's froshsoph basketball tilt, we won the
stunt and warbled our way Io final
victory in interclass rivalry on
Moving Up tlay.
On May 17, 1930, we dined in
victory in our first annual class
banquet.
W e finished our first year with
a slight scholastic limp, two of our
n u n playing
p i a u n e varsity
MM m basketball,
IM -K, n,;m, ,wo
men
two
varsity batslers, one feminine varsity baskeleer, new-born journal.sis, and a burning desire Io touch
Maine to the midnight oil.
As soplu
is:
Deny ( i o n l o n led 1933 t h r o u g h
our secoml year
F.vents came quickly after freshman camp.
Kegistration, Sopl.
welcome party, frosh-soph football
g a m e , C a m p u s day, sorority, fraternity and club life, and in between the studying we found time
to make new friends.
In our second semester we
danced through soiree and saved
our red and white banner, lost
frosh-soph debute, won the ttlg-ofwar, lost the pole rush, safely hid
the mascot, lost the Moving Up
day stunt, and Carusoed our way
to an interclass tie in the sing.
On May 10, 1931, we bad our
second annual class banquet.
As j u n i o r s :
Bruce Filby guides the destinies
! " f > W J '" " u r , l m ' ' 1 >'.cal' a l . S l l ) | c '
^ <r ; i n ' » ° w ^ m i l i a r with the
h u n t i n g g r o u n d s . We reek out the
M"-sl ! ' ' " I | S \" -|' h ". :, "." r .. | r i . , , " n l s ;
",'' *>!>' "« >'S ' h u h - h
h
am
" l i s in Ihe illiterate darkness and
look u ith pain at the drying scalps
i„ ,|,,. ,|,. a ii's office.
W e are scholars, journalists, athlelcs, d r a m a t i c liglires, ami above
U " . we arc Slate college student
and proud of it
We h a \ e hei n weakened by time,
ye! we h a w gained by it also, foj
we haw added new members, new
s t r e n g t h to 1933 since we start
our trek.
So we go forward boldly in the
knowledge of our past experiences,
our defeats, our victories, and our
friendships. W e seek thai greater
ight of the future, and find it we
, snail
John C Detlefson.
Untie Pilby, president of the
junior class.
Filby has been
treasurer of the Class for the
last two years. H e is a member of Kappa Delta Kho fraternity.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N. Y„ FEBRUARY 12, 1932
Who's Who in 1933-fifteen members of '33 and two
Dr. Aim
W.
Risky, head of
the history department,
who
led the class of
'33 through history.
Katherine Long, College song
leader for this year, who has
led the class of '33 in singing
since its freshman days.
Clayton Steivart, who was College cheer leader last year and
has served on class committees.
Katherine Moore, vice-president of the student association,
and treasurer of the Girl's
Athletic association, lias represented 'ii in sports, student
council, and social affairs.
Marcia Goli, secretary of debate council and prominent in dramatic
presentations.
Inn, ,'. l/< Malum, i- ,i
sentativc on the riramatii
art council and lias work)
many committee! for < las
Iain,
John Grotvenor, chairman of
the music committee for junior
prom tonight, who will direct
the annual Troubadour minstrel show in March this year.
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