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State College News
XVI. No. 17
VOL.
G. A. A. PRODUCTION
WILL BE MARCH 12
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 19, 1932
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues
MEN WILL FORM
NEW LETTER CLUB
TWO STATE MEN
DEBATE HAMILTON
Directs Chorus
Florence Friedman Will Direct
"The Mikado"; Miss Lewis
is Business Manager
To Visit Hamilton
Kenneth Miller and George
Rice Will Participate in Last
Contest of Careers
Athletic Organization Receives
Sanction from Myskania
and Dr. Brubacher
The annual musical presentation
of t h e G i r l - ' A t h l e t i c
association
f o r t h i s v e a r w i l l he t h e o p e r e t t a ,
"The
Mikado,"
l.v
Gilbert and
Sullivan,
Elizabeth
Jack-on,
'i2,
president of 0 . A . A., announced
t o d a y . T h e o p e r e t t a w i l l be g i v e n
F r i d a y a n d S a t u r d a y n i g h t s . M a r c h 11
a n d 12. i n the a u d i t o r i u m o f Page h a l l .
T h e l e t t e r m e n of t h e C o l l e g e a r e
n o w o r g a n i z i n g an a t h l e t i c
club
which
w i l l be c a l l e d t h e " S t a t e
Letter Club."
T h e society has a l ready received -auction f r o m D r .
A. R. B r u b a c h e r , president o f the
College', a n d f r o m M y s k a n i a .
T h e p u r p o s e o f t h e c l u b is " t o
foster
better
spirit
and
good
sportsmanship a m o n g the varsity
athletic teams of the College" and
also " t o raise the i n t e r c o l l e g i a t e
standing of the College."
T h e ideal of the c l u b w a s first
s u g g e s t e d l.v C h a r l e s K i - - a m , ' . k l ,
f o r w a r d on the State college b a ke t b a l l t e a m .
I llhcr letter m e n of
the C o l l e g e became interested in
t h e idea o f t h e f o r m a t i o n of a c l u b
of t h i s k i n d a n d d r e w u p a f o r m a l
c o n - t i t u t i o i i at a r e c e n t m e e t i n g
The
following
biter
n u n are
c h a r t e r m e m b e r s of t h e c l u b : K c n ! m i l l M i l l e r . '32, m a n a g e r o f b a s k e t ball;
Harold
I l a - w e l l , \U, pa.-l
n i n n a e , r o f b a - k e l b a l l a n d base
b a l l ; I'av I l i u m . '.L\ b a s e b a l l ; L l o y d
Moreland,
'32
baseball;
Robert
C
Irieh,
'.C\ b a s e b a l l ;
Vincent
M e l e - k i , '32, t e n n i s ; C u r t i s - R u t
, m b i i , '32, l u a u a e i r o | I, n n i - I", ,r
l a - l v. a r ; l a . k S a n d i " . 32 l i n n i - ;
t.uni-;
C.ilberl
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o a l i a i u . a n d |,,lin
D.llefs,,,,. iiinio,--, ba-k. Iball a n d
b a - , b a l l . I r a n i . "1 o i i n g
'33, b a - e
b a l l ; S a n i ' o r d i , w u - t e i n '.kk I . n n i . - :
Roger
I'.au.roii,
lack
Saunder-,
F l o r e n c e F r i e d m a n , 'M, is d i r e c t ing the presentation, and A l v i n a
L e w i - , 'M, is b u s i n e s s
manager,
Tryouts
f o r t h e cast w e r e
conducted Wednesday afternoon and
r e h e a r s a l s b e g a n last n i g h t .
The
n a m e s o f t h e cast w a r e not a v a i l
a b l e as t h e \ ' l u - w e n t t o p r e s s .
C o m m i t t e e s f u r t h e o p e r e t t a in
elude: house, FranceMeMalioii,
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chairnian, Nile Clemens and
Dr T. Frederick H. Candlyn.
Frances
(iavnor,
senior-,
and
h e a d of t h e m u s i c d e i . a r l n n n '
Frances Roof, ' . U ; publicity, Helen
c
o
nducted
the
State
c l b e c
Mahar, '.M, c h a i r m a n ; Carl T a r \ \ o , i n n's c h o r u s last
n i g h t in
b o x , \\>, I ' . l b e l Z o t / , ' . « , K a t h r v n
F i l z p a t r i c k , '.l-l, a n d F . v c l v n K i c k !
Chancellor.-hall
and H e l m Rich, f r e s h m e n .
I'rograni-,
Wulrev
F l o w e r s , '32
and A h n i r a
F u s s , '.! I ; s e t - a n d
lights. John Cro.svcnor and K a t h
crine
.\|i ' o r e , i l i n i o i - , a n d k l i / a
l u t h \ r n o k l , ' . i l : p r o p e r t i e - , k.li/a
b e l l i C o r d o n , \\.\ c h a i r i n a i i ,
Ruth
I l a r t i i i , '.'>-', a n d \ l \ i n a 'I r e n t h m a n .
'.LI;
mu-ic,
I M e n Croniie.
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chairman. Charlotte
l . o l m a s , '.kk
and
lulia Shield-, ' . U ; c o - i u m e - .
Katherine
T r n v i r. '31, c h a i r m a n ,
lo-cphmc
M o l t , '32, a n d M a r c i a
'(,.,1.1 a n d l - n h e l H e w i t t , j u n i o r - ;
l l e r n o r d I )ek,,, \ i o l i n i - t , w a s t l
maki up, Helen
Silver.
Mildred
a rl ti i s t at t h e a n n u a l Co
Smith and Helen
Mead, senior-;
" "l a-t e
" c' 'o l l e g
" e w n i n' e ! ' ' - ' k l X n a n d Y a ^ d . a V / f n ^ a h l l l e n ;
. e r "l " o- | t h• e S
and ushers.
Akin.
D i n n e e u , '.kk
. - h o r n s c o n d u c t e d al C h a n c e l l o r ' s | < i. l. ' a l , b a s e b a l l
chairnian.
Dorothy
Criflin
and
Coai h Rutin rl'onl R Laker w a b a l l , l a - l u i g h l a l 8:.«l o ' c l o c k , m i
Thehua Smith, -n|ih
n ; i n i m i n k e r of l b ,
del' i l l . - U p l r\ i - i o l l of the i o l b gl : ' ll i I. d I
T i c k e t s w i l l be l l i i r t \ five c e n t - m u s i c
council.
The choruwas ' bib
for general
admissions and fifty d i r e c H i l b'
K i - s a m , l i r o o k s . a n d de L a u r a
Mr T. Fr. deriek I I .
for
re-erved
- , ; . ! - . M i - - I ;111111 \ i i , in ad n i t h e u i i i - i c d e p a r t
cent''. e r e a p p o i n t e d t o c o m p l e t e t h e o r 1 e u i - announced
KaMo i
I •.. II n a p . .v.'. .
- • ' • " i / a t i o n of t h e society.
VIOLINIST ASSISTS
WOMEN'S CHORUS
3*.
V/fftOLO
<*>.
I w o State college debaters w i l l
conclude their intercollegiate careers W e d n e s d a y n i g h t w h e n t w o
seniors oppose H a m i l t o n college a t
C l i n t o n on the question of H e r b e r t
Hoover's reelection to the presid e n c y of t h e U n i t e d States.
They are Kenneth A. Miller a n d
C e o r g e I , Rice w i n . w i l l
uphold
t h e a f f i r m a t i v e side o f t h e p r o p o s i tion,
"Resolved:
Thai
Herbert
H o o v e r should | „ reelected president o f t h e I ' n i t e d S t a t e s . "
The
contest will mark the f o u r t h consecutive
meeting
of
State and
H a m i l t o n debate t e a m - , Rice havi n g been o n t e a m s o p p o s i n g H a m ilton
since
his f r e s h m a n
vear
M i l l e r has a l s o d e b a t e d
Hamilton
pre\ i.ui-ly.
State w o n t w o of t h e
debates, w l n l . ..ne w a - a lion de
ci-i,,n.
W'beThi r o r n . , | a d c C s i n n w i l l
' " ' r e n d e r e d i l l t h i s d e b a l i lias been
It'll ' " I huiiiltc.il. D r . H a . . . h i W
I h o l u p s o n , professor
of
huglish
and e a c h debate, a n n o u n c e d .
He
" i l l accompany l b , team to H a m i l ton, h i , alma mater.
M i l l , r a n d Rice a r e m e m b e r s o f
M y s k a n i a , -, nior h,.|i,,rar\ society,
Kappa I'hi Kappa, h o n o r a r y education fraternity, and both
have
l a k e n p a r t in i n t r a m u r a l d e b a t e s
Together
ili.v
have d e b a t e d t h e
Scottish
and British
universities
l e a r n s a - w e l l as C n i o i i a n d o t h e r
A l l i e n ' , an c . l l , g e -
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Bernard Ocko is Guest Artist (,''' | . ' .' "|'
At Concert Directed
Last Night
DRAMATICS CLASS
TO PRESENT TWO
PLAYSWEDNESDAY
The
advanced
dramatics
class
"lb
present a p r o g r a m of plays
W e d n e - d a v n i g h t at 8:1.S o ' c l o c k ,
in l l u - a u d i t o r i u m o f I ' a g c h a l l
T h e l i r - i | , l a v w i l l be a c o m e d y ,
u n d e r the d i r e , turn ,,f C a t h e r i n e
T h i - p l a y w i l l be a
T r a v e r , '.U.
lake off , u , bridge,
and
bridge
players.
The ca-l will
include:
A u d r e y S u l l i v a n , 'M
loin, C n . s v e n o r , '.kk C r c n l e l l R a n d , ',kl a n d
J o h n llill.s, '.15. M i s „ T r a v e r ' s e o m miltees
are:
hoiis,-,
Katherine
M
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p r o p e r t i i -. N i l e C l e m e n s , \\>, a n d
m a k e - u p , F r a n c e s M . M a l n . i i ',!.!
Tin
second
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b.V M i l d r e d S i n i l b , \\>
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b, l b C o r d o n '.k(; a . L i r t i s i n g
M . I . I I S i b , i . ' . t j . . , , „ I clean up, H o n
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JAMES SULLIVAN
ANNUAL LECTURE
TO START IN 1933
An anonymous
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s h o r t t i m e w h e n p r e l i m i n a r y p l a n s for t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n of a C o l l e g e H o a r d of P u b l i c a t i o n s a r e - e l f o r t h .
D u e c a u t i o n n i u - i b e o b s e r v e d , b o t h in t h e a d v o c a c y
a n d o r g a n i z a t i o n o f t i n p r o p o s e d H o a r d , f o r it n i i i s l
he c o n s i s t e n t w i t h e x i s t i n g c o n s t i t u t i o n s a n d p r o
cedurcs.
It m u s t b e p r o v e d b o t h p r a c t i c a l a n d chit is p r o b a b l e t h a t a f a i r n u m b e r of a d v a n t a g e s
n o t n o w in e x i s t e n c e w o u l d h a v e t o b e p r o v e d for
t h e p r o p o s e d b o a r d . T h e fact t h a i m o s t o t h e r c o l
l e g e s of i m p c . r t a m e h a v e b o a r d s d i o u l d n o t b e t h e
d e t e r m i n i n g f a c t o r , a l t h o u g h ii s h o u l d n o t b e n e e
lectcd.
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In- a n o t h e r s t e p t o w a r d e s t a b l i s h i n g S t a l e c o l l e g e
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associations.
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is
hoped
that
t h e 1932 t e s t i n g o f
s o p h o m o r e s will p r o m o t e t h e c u r rent
movement
which
lends
to
m a k e the individual
student
I hea v o w e d c e n t e r of t h e e d u c a t i o n a l
organization and which involves a
new
conception
of
educational
standards.
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argument
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comparable
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t e a c h i n g efforts m o r e effectively, lo
r e d u c e t h e w a s t e of s o c i a l e n e r g y
and benevolent funds, a n d lo s a w
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s t u d e n t s w h o s e c n c r g ' e s w e now
often misuse, a n d w h o s e
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1932
SENIORS CONDUCT N E W S NOTES SQUAD WILL PLAY HERE AND THERE 1934 TO CONDUCT
TOMORROW NIGHT
DINNER MEETING
DANCE ON APRIL 8
By A. H.
TO GIVE PARTY
Classical club w i l l give a " R o m a n
b a n q u e t , " W e d n e s d a y n i g h t , at s i x
o'clock in the College
cafeteria.
T h e r e w i l l be a R o m a n e n t e r t a i n m e n t , D o r o t h y M c G i n n i s s , '32, s a i d .
Forty Discuss Dormitory Fund
Campaign for Pledges;
Newcomb Speaks
State Will Meet Cooper Union
Quintet in Page Hall
Gymnasium
By
KENNETH A. MIU.KH, \U,
SPORTS
WELCOMES MEMBERS
I:'.I,IT,IU.
STATK
COLLEGU
NEWS
A t Barnard college it is a freshman offense to show an eager desire t o l a u g h a t f a c u l t y j o k e s .
A t t e n d a n c e at S u n d a y S c h o o l f o r
three years was a recent punishment meted out to a U n i v e r s i t y of
C o l o r a d o student w h o w a s caught
drinking.
Class Vice-President Appoints
Committees for Annual
Sophomore Soiree
T h e annual s o p h o m o r e soiree w i l l
The Stale basketball team w i l l
be F r i d a y , A p r i l 8, R o b e r t R o b i n try t o record i t s fourth
straight
s o n , v i c e - p r e s i d e n t o f t h e class, a n d
v i c t o r y w h e n i t faces t h e s t r o n g
The- f r e s h m a n g i r l s at N o r t h w e s t general c h a i r m a n f o r the dance, a n Cooper U n i o n quintet of N e w Y o r k
ern u n i v e r s i t y have r e b e l l e d a t a
nounced today.
Bids are being r e c i t y o n the Page h a l l c o u r t t o m o r r u l i n g o n the part o f t h e dean o f
ceived f r o m various orchestras b u t
row night.
w o m e n o r d e r i n g t h e m t o g o t o bed
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Lawrence
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'31,
the
at 1(1:30.
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he a d d e d . T h e p l a c e f o r t h e d a n c e
Milne alumni i n the preliminary
guest speaker was introduced b y
can't s t u d y p r o p e r l y b e f o r e
thai
IS HONORARY
w i l l be a n n o u n c e d i n t h e N E W S as
game
which
will
star!
at 7:13
Samuel
Dorrance,
'32.
Newl i m e a n d so t h e y a r e n ' t g o i n g t o
s o o n as c o m p l e t e a r r a n g e m e n t s a r e
S i g m a A l p h a s o r o r i t y w e l c o m e s o ' c l o c k . T h e S t a t e c o n t e s t w i l l g e t s t u d y at a l l .
c o m b said that the b u i l d i n g s o f
effected, R o b i n s o n said.
u n d e r w a y at t h e c o n c l u s i o n o f i h e
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first game.
Ihe Milne High quinS o i r e e m a r k s a c e s s a t i o n 01 t h e
a l u m n i associations which are very Milue H i g h school, into h o n o r a r y
The Nanking Ministry o f lulut e t , w h i c h is c o a c h e d b y l i e n I n banner rivalry between the freshe n t h u s i a s t i c , perhaps, because o f m e m b e r s h i p .
c a t i o n has f o r b i d d e n Chinese' stug r a h a m , o f the S t a l e learn, is a
n u n and s o p h o m o r e classes. A c t h e fact t h a t t h e y h a v e c o n t r i b u t e d
dents and athletes l o wear foreign
s t r o n g unit under i h e l e a d e r s h i p
cording t o the inter-class
rivalry
to their alma mater, Stale college
numerals o r characters o n their
WERE GUESTS
o f c a p t a i n K e n P h e l p s , v e t e r a n forr u l e s , as s l a t e d i n t h e f r e s h m a n
d e m a n d s v e r y l i t t l e of i t s s t u d e n t s ,
caps, sweaters o r o t h e r
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clothing, terming the custom an
in Ihe p r e l i m i n a r y c o n t e s t .
f r e s h m e n b a n n e r s w i l l be o u t o f
a l u m n i a s s o c i a t i o n is n o t as a c t i v e M c C u u e , ' 2 " , F.li/.abeth S m i t h , '2'),
u n p a t r i o t i c one', a n d a d i s g r a c e t o
competition f r o m 8 o'clock until 2
T h e Stale team, fresh f r o m vicas o i l i e r - , w h i c h h a v e p u t a g o o d N a n l i r e i i n a n , '3(1, M a r v M o r g a n the- c o u n t r y .
o'clock on the n i g h t o f the sophoPolytechnic
deal i n t o b a c h i n g their a l m a m a t e r s t e r n , ' 3 1 , a n d R u t h D o y l e , ' 3 1 , tories over B r o o k l y n
more soiree."
Lowell
Textile, and
and a r e interested
i n w a t c h i n g w e r e week e n d g u e s t - o f G a m m a i n s t i t u t e ,
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are now given the o p p o r t u n i t y t o
nent in the Cooper U n i o n aggregabeen a p p o i n t e d l o assist R o b i n s o n :
added.
attend a " c h a r m school" where they
tion.
music,
Philip
Ricciardi,
chairman
l e a r n such i m p o r t a n t t h i n g s as h o w
H e l e n M e a d a c t e d as l o a s t m i s Maybelle Matthews, Charles K i s MEMBERS WELCOMED
T h e r e w i l l be- d a n c i n g a f t e r t h e
lo hold a cigarette p r o p e r l y .
t r e s s at t h e d i n n e r . V e r a l i i i r n s exsam;
favors a n d programs, Jean
game.
I h e m u s i c w i l l be f u r n i s h e d
p l a i n e d t h e llcior p l a n s o f t h e o n e
S i g m a A l p h a w e l c o m e s i n t o f u l l by the M i l n e H i g h school o r c h e s ( raigmile, chairman, M a r y Moore,
A new e x c u s e f o r l e a v i n g s c h o o l
w i n e o f t h e d o r m i t o r y w h i c h i - 0 ,m e m b e r s h i p ; H e l e n W a r r e n , ' 1 3 ; t r a , a n d a l l S t a t e c o l l e g e ' s t i u l e i i l s
(ircufcll Rand; refreshments, Shirbe b u i l t a - s o o n as t h e p r e s e n t s i t e U n t i l K n g l i s h , I n e z L i l t s , M v r t l e w I n . d e s i r e 1,, b r i n g giu-sts f o r t h e w a s h e a r d b y t h e r e g i s t r a r at t h e ley D i a m o n d , c h a i r m a n , L l i z a b c t l l
t ' 11 i \ c r s i l y of A l a b a m a .
A student
can be e x c h a n g e d f o r o n e i m W a s h
I'eck,
M a r g i n rite
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d a n c i n g s h o u l d see lire- guest t i c k e t s
Kin
crer, D o r o t h y ( b i f f i n , K a t h t o l d t h e r e g i s t r a r t h a i he w a s leavi n g t o n a n d M a i n a v e n u e s , w h i c h is i n , , r e s ;
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N e x t w ecu . m l , t h e Stale' q u i n I Iccorations,
Thelnia
Smith,
all the barbers in t o w n a n d none
site.
l . l w i l l plav I w o games. T h c v w i l l
chairman,
Helen
Mahar,
(ieorge
o f I l i i - i i i w o u l d cut his h a i r r i g h t .
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ARE MARRIED
A C h i c a g o m a n has c o n f e s s e d t o
nig'hl a n d i h e a l u m n i o n S a t u r d a y
Robert Meyers, chairman, ElizaBertha lirin
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l i o l h c o n t e s t s w i l l be p l a y e d
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beth
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Hilda
Bookheim,
t a r y o f t h e a l u m n i a s s o c i a t i o n , w ere
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l a r r i a g e o f M a r g u e r i t e C r u l c h l e y , o n the Page h a l l c o u r t ,
g u e s t s o f t h e class, a n d a n s w e r e d
i l , I,, W i l l i a m L e s t e r o f A l b a n y .
Parker, c h a i r m a n , Roger B a n c r o f t ;
questions conccruiiiK the d o r m i t o r y
t a x i - and Mowers, l.etilia C o n n e l l y ,
plans. M is. l i r i n i i n e r made special
chairman, bliuor Andre.
mention
o f t h e l a d thai a n y
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Money for subscriptions and for
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Marion
Mle/eek, chairman, Virl l i o l o g y club w i l l have an e v o l u nia S l u m i l ; ll
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a n y c o n d i t i o n t h e p e r s o n p l e d g i n g • M i l b , , , . H e e l e d e a c h I ' r i , l a y be
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chairman, Thomas
Carrctt,
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s e n i o r s t o I r v t o p l e d g e t h e s l i m o l -en, ed 111 t h e I, ,\ver , ,,i r i d o r o l I he-iii.
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one h u n d r e d . l o b a r - , and the pa-t D r a p e r hall l o r t i n - purpose
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THREE STUDENTS
( ' a . < h v . '32, L i l l i a n H o w e , WS, a n d g a m e ! c h ^ e ' - l e l ' e ^ ' i ' v e w,' r k ' ^ y ", he .
s e n i o r - has been made up t.i i n t e r | ial f o r the - n a p - l e . l sections ,n
s t i l l w e l c o m e , she - a i d .
' Leo Planle. '31.
view , a . h i n . n i l , , r ol the ela-s w h ,
F o r t y s e n i o r s a t t e n d e d t h e seco n d senior class d i n n e r c o n d u c t e d
hall,
in t h e c a f e t e r i a o f I l u s t e d
Tuesday night. T h e purpose of the
dinner was t o explain the d o r m i t o r y p l a n s f o r t h e class.
I'.psilon c h a p t e r o f I'i A l p h a T a i l
s o r o r i t y welcomes into full m e m bership
Florence
F r a n k e l , '3-1,
I'.sther I ' a l s s n i k , R u t h K a t z a n d
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1932
STATE WINS GAME
WITH MONTCLAIR
HEALTH FACULTY
TO BE TEA HOSTS
Is Tea Hostess
Si'OHTS EDITOR. STATIC COLLEGE N E W S
T h e Purple and Gold q u i n t e t
fought its way to a t w o point victory over the strong- M o n t c l a i r
T e a c h e r ' s college five of Montclair,
New lersey. This was t h e third
straight victory for the h o m e team.
T h e State players got a w a y to a
fine start and led at half time hy
the score of 20 to 14. Then M o n t clair staged a d e t e r m i n e d rally, but
the Purple and Gold came back with
a fine defensive which won the game.
Charlie Kissam led his fellow
players in a spectacular
finish.
With the score tied 26 all, the
Heel forward came t h r o u g h with
t w o field b a s k e t s and a foul p o i n t
to pile Up a lead which the visitors
were unable to overcome.
"Freddie"
Ingraham,
State's
veteran center, Roger
Bancroft,
snappy s o p h o m o r e forward, and
Kissam led the attach for the h o m e
aggregation, while H o h n , clever
right guard fur the New J e r s e y
five, led his team's offensive with
12 points.
Tin- game was very last t h r o u g h out ami the State team reached the
heighth of it- form lor the season
during the first half when they
played a m a n clous ol'fen-ive g a m e
and" staged a defence
through
which the Montclair player- found
it hard to break.
Last week'- game was the first
victory for the Purple and Gold
over Coach
Leslie's
Montclair
a g g r e g a t i o n . Last vear Montclair
defeated Male on 'the Page hall
courts in a hard fought g a m e .
In the preliminary, Ryan's Collegians deflated the College H o u s e
live 2-1 to 211. I.evcnstein led the
Collegians' attack with nine points
while Donald licnedict, '3-1, scored
11 points for the College H o u s e
team.
T h e -core for the S t a t e - M o n t clair game follows:
STATE
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Brooks, L I '
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Detroit—(IP)—Modern
lite r a t u r e does not r e p r e s e n t life
honestly, a c c o r d i n g to C h a r m i n g
Pollock, author of a half dozen
or m o r e plays, t h e latest of
which is "The H o u s e Beautiful."
" W h y , " he said here recently,
"1 know m o r e people than anyone outside politics, 1 think, and
not one of them is neurotic. Vet
the c h a r a c t e r s itt the m o d e r n
d r a m a are neurotic, u n n a t u r a l ,
strained. T h e fault lies with the
authors.
T h e crowd
which
creates literature and d r a m a is
not normal.
"It cannot be denied that
people are noble, r o m a n t i c and
self-sacrificing.
But even if
there were no nobility, no
romance, no self-sacrifice, literature would invent t h e m . W i t h out them life would be unendurable.
" W h e n it was first discovered
that debunking could be made
to earn profits a wave of it
spread t h r o u g h literature. As
the result, the world is full of
men trying to shrink o u r intellectual giants and m a k e the
world safe for mediocrity.
"Realization m a y be truth, and
truth of justifiable purpose may
be beauty. But I d e n o u n c e the
literature that s t a n d s in the gutter and denies us the right to
look at stars."
College Physicians and Physical Instructors will Attend
Social Wednesday
Varsity Defeats Opponents
With 31-29 Final Score
In Game Friday
Bv KENNETH A. MILLER, '32,
Charming Pollock Disparages
Portraits Of Life In Drama
T h e faculty m e m b e r s of t h e
H e a l t h education d e p a r t m e n t will
act as h o s t s and hostesses at t h e
next student-faculty tea in t h e
L o u n g e of Richardson hall on
W e d n e s d a y afternoon from 3:30 t o
5:00 o'clock, according to Miss
M a r t h a C. I'ritchard, head of t h e
d e p a r t m e n t of library science, and
faculty c h a i r m a n of the L o u n g e
j committee.
T h e hosts and hostesses will b e :
Dr. Caroline Croasdale, College
p
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y s i c i a n ; Dr. Matie E. Green, a s Dr. Caroline C. Croasdale, Cc
sistant physician and i n s t r u c t o r in
lege physician, w h o will serve as
H
y
g i e n e , Dr. Earl Dorwaldt, a s hostess at the w e e k l y studentsistant i n s t r u c t o r in h y g i e n e ; Miss
faculty tea W e d n e s d a y in the
M
a
r g a r e t Hitchcock, i n s t r u c t o r in
L o u n g e of R i c h a r d s o n hall.
physician e d u c a t i o n , Miss Isabel
J o h n s t o n , head of the physical edEDUCATION ALONE
ucation d e p a r t m e n t ; and Rutherford I'.. Baker, instructor of phyTO SAVE AMERICA,
sical education for men.
m e m b e r of the L o u n g e
SAYSDR^A.
C.FOX c o Am mstudent
i t t e e w h o is connected with
the health d e p a r t m e n t will act as
Cleveland — ( I P ) — Education student hostess, according to Mary
alone can save .America, Rev. Dr. A l e x a n d e r . 'M, -Indent c h a i r m a n of
Albert C. Pox, S. L, dean of John the L o u n g e committee.
Carroll university, told m e m b e r s of I " R o m a n c e of the Airman," by
the
Mu Delta
a Carroll i Pauline A. H u m p h r e y s , head of the
,.
, , Pi Society,
,
hlcrary club, at the society s a n - | , , , „ „ . „ , ,,, education of p . ,
mial dinner here last week.
Central Missouri State T e a c h e r s '
Deploring t h a t . o u r ido .zed l e t - ! .,,,,
Gertrude llosev.
am,
ish of education had failed us m s i s l a l l , p , - 0 f t . s s „ r ,,f education at
the ensrs Dr. b o x said:
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who have poured millions ol dol- H , |
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lars into educational m e c h a n i s m s to
Russian
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••• | | " l : i r bas largely M J S S K a t h e r i n c Wheeling, assistant
mli
>"'' professor of English, is being used
hunters.
it the tc
" T h e s e job h u n t e r s are willing
to smuggle d e n a t u r e d educational
processes and p r o g r a m s into o u r '
•"> i-< ff'-m the kindergarten t<> Nesro
Race
Dominated
the university, and to peddle iinin
°
Civilization Of Egypt
teresting capsules of unhelpful information to the minds and hearts
of our youth, minus a n y t h i n g which
Paris—(IP)—The
findings
of
-macks of wisdom or which can
furnish the moral stamina so sadly eminent a r c h e o l o g i s t s and recent
lacking a m o n g us t o d a y — s t a m i n a ' a n t h r o p o l o g i c a l
discoveries iudiwhich almie can be counted upon cate that X e g r o c s at one lime d o m tn -uppoi't men and women in mated the civilizations of both
crises such as ihe present.
Egypt and India, according to J.
"( lur cult of 'can't' has collapsed | A. R o g e r s of New York, a n , e m b e r
in America, and we are the only of the Institute of A n t h r o p o l o g y
nation in the world till now that has j of Paris.
failed to or refused to see the fact | " T h e y were a race of super men
ami il - effects.
Education alone who perished t h o u s a n d s of years
ran save \inerica, but il must he a g o , " he said recently, in an ail
an education that educates, thai dress „n " T h e Black Man's Con
fastens upon every man the re- Irtbution to the W o r l d ' s Civiliza
lion."
-poiisibilitv that is wholly hi-.
INTERCLASS GAME
TO BE WEDNESDAY
Freshmen-Sophomore Women
to Have Basketball Tilt
for Rivalry Points
ALPHA PHI GAMMA
CONDUCTS SERVICE
FOR SIX MEMBERS
h'ormal initiation of pleges w a s
conducted Monday night by Kappa
c h a p t e r ..f A l p h a ' Phi G a m m a , national honorary journalistic I'ratcriiit v, in the I.. umge . .1" Kichards. n
hall, Samuel Dorrance, '.12, editorin-chief of the Slate College Pah.,,
and president of the local chapter,
a n n o u n c e d today.
T h e new m e m b e r s win , w e n iuili
aled include three seniors and three
j u n i o r s . T h e s e a r e : Sally \ t k i n
si in, business m a n a g e r of the I ,i, m ;
Ixalhrvn Belknap, literany editor of
the 1932 P e d a g o g u e ; and Carl T a r box, editor-in-chief of the Lion,
seniors; and \lvina Lewis, associate managing editor of the Sr.viK
('oi.i.K.,1. \'KW -, \'i, ,|et P u t n a m , junior associate editor of the E c h o ;
and Laura Stvn, junior associate
editor of the N'kws. Miss Lewis and
Miss Stvn were also associate editors of ihe I"35 freshman handbook.
A regular business m e . ling of
the fraternity was c.iiiducleil immediately following Ihe initiation
ceremonies.
T h e first w o m a n ' s inter-class basketball game between t h e freshman
a n d s o p h o m o r e classes for interclass rivalry will be conducted W e d nesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock in
the g y m n a s i u m of Page hall, Elizabeth J a c k s o n , '.12, president of the
Girls' .Athletic association and a
m e m b e r of Myskania, senior honora r y society which supervises interclass rivalry, a n n o u n c e d today.
T h e three points for the interclass rivalry count will be a w a r d e d
to the team which wins t w o out of
the three games which will be
played in the series, Miss J a c k s o n
said.
T h e next g a m e will be
played the following weekM a r y Trela, '33, G. A. A. s p o r t s
captain for basketball, and class
a t h l e t i c manager, will referee ibis
first g a m e . T h e class athletic managers I j I r the freshman and sophom o r e classes will be in charge of
their respective teams. T h e s e managers a r e : Klizabclh K a n i m c r e r '34;
and lanet Xorris, .15.
T h e class teams will include:
s o p h o m o r e s , Marie Prindle, Marv
Moore,
Elinor Andre,
Domlliv
Miniver. Elizabeth Ix'amnicrcr, lean
Craigmilc, and Elizabeth Skau.'forw a r d s ; and lle-lvlla Arthur, Dorothy Ixl,.-e, Ahnira Rtis.s, Louise
Wells, Doris Bell, and H a n n a h
Parker, guards.
l-'n-shiuen, Esther Crounsc, Ruth
Pay, Evclvn S t a . h l e , Inez Sio.itholl, D o r o t h y Van S t e e u b u r g , and
Lucy Wing, forwards; and Ruth
Brooks,
Daisy
Brys.m,
Hilda
Hemes,
|.,,is M a c l n l v r e ,
Lima
X e s l e r s o n , lanet Xorris, ( d a d v s
Robarge, and Harriet 'Pen Kyc'k,
MGLISHOFFICIAL
WILL BE SPEAKER
AT APRIL MEETING
Miss Stella S. Center, president of
the national council of t e a c h e r - of
English, will address the English
section of the annual roiindtable
conference this year, Miss Katherine Wheeling, supers isor of English in Milne High school, announced today.
T h e English section of the conference this vear will be conducted
at Stale college mi Saturday, \pril
Id. Mis- Center's topic will in, hide
a discussion of the newest changes
in ihe literature section of the X. w
York -late syllabus for teacher- of
English.
ANNOUNCES HOLIDAY
Miss Center is a m e m b e r of ihe
facull
v of C. iliiinbia uni\ cr-il v in
T h e r e will be no regular classes
conducted on M lav because of X'.-w Y o r k city, and is also chairthe holiday, Mis- Ll'i/abelh Van man of the I- iiglish d e p a r l m e n l al
Dcnbiir-h, t
-liar, an- I l h , Walth
ligh school in XV
York city.
Fischer Defines Issue Of Bolshevism
As Opposed To Doctrine Of Capitalism
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