State College News 23 MEN TO HAVE OPERETTA PARTS

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State College News
VOL.
XVI. No, 19
23 MEN TO HAVE
OPERETTA PARTS
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALIUNY, N. Y., FRIDAY, MAKCII 4,
To Be Delegate
Motion to Appoint Committee
To Be Introduced Today
in Student Meeting
Troubadors Will Give "Pirates
of Penzance" on March 19
in Page Auditorium
Twenty-three male students have
been assigned parts in the annual presentation of the Troubadors, men's
minstrel organization, John Grosvenor,
'33, director, said today. The show
this year will lie the "Pirates of Penzance" by Gilbert and Sullivan, and
will be given Saturday, March 19 at
8:00 o'clock, in the auditorium of Page
hall.
Rehearsals for the show began Monday and will continue daily until the
dress rehearsal on March IS.
The parts in the cast have been assigned as follows: Frederic, the hero,
Charles kobson, '34; Mabel, the heroine, and a daughter of tlie Major
General Stanley, Anthony Sroka, '32;
the Major General, Alfred 1). Basch,
'31; bis daughters, Kate, Isabel and
Edith, Bernard S. kerhel, '33, Robert
Kobinson, '34, and William Jones, '35.
respectively. The rest of the daughters will be: l.orito l.azarouy, a special student, Ralph Harris and Ralph
Keinhart, juniors, and Carlton tduller,
'35.
PROPOSED BOARD
TO BE DISCUSSED
Miss Frances McMahon, '33,
t r e a s u r e r of the Dramatic and
Art council, w h o will attend the
Intercollegiate art
conference
along with Helen B. Mead, '32,
president, next m o n t h .
The first active step towards the
organization of a College Board of
Publication will be taken in assembly
this morning when a motion will be
introduced calling for the appointment of a committee to investigate
its desirability.
The plan has the support of Alpha
Phi Gamma, honorary journalism fraternity, and the approval of President
A. R. Brubaeher. The project, if successfully carried through, will unite
all college publications under a single
advisory board. Its membership will
probably include the editors and business managers of the four chief college publications. The function of the
board will be purely advisory and will
not be dictatorial in any way, according to George P. Rice, '32, who is
sponsoring it. He will introduce ibe
motion in assembly this morning.
The duties of the proposed organization will he outlined briefly when the
motion is introduced. It must he clearly understood that the passage of thi
molion will mean milv an investigalion, Kicc concluded.
T h e s o p h o m o r e soiree on Friday
night, .April 8, will be conducted iii
the gymnasium
of
Page ball,
Robert Robinson, c h a i r m a n of the
d met s u d t::d iv
I be pre. e ol
bids will be $3.5(1 wilb favors, be
added.
< hie linn, Whitney's, of Albany,
has submitted a bid to supply
decorations, ace..riling to T h e b n a
Smith, chairiuau of d e c o r a t i o n s .
Several orchestras have entered
their bids to furnish music for tindance, I 'bilip Ricciardi, chairman . .1
the music eoiiimitlc, said.
A t t e n d a n c e will be limited to one
hundred fifty couples, Robinson
further s t a n d .
S t u d e n t s will be
abb In sign up on the poster which
will be placed on the main bulletin
board in the rotunda of Drapei
ball, he said.
Assembly Today To Be
Business Meeting Only
Again was the quiet and
solemnity of a sorority house
disturbed when one night this
week an u n k n o w n m a n hurst in
upon a g r o u p of the girls, only
to be ejected violently and for
a good reason.
T h e mishap occurred at the
Beta Zeta house. A man, obviously drunk, knocked upon the
door and upon being admitted
opened up a disconnected sales
talk using for illustrative material some displays which hecarried in a reed basket. The
suddenness of the attack and
anger incurred by it m o t i v a t e d
the ejection which followed.
All during- the rest of the
night the shades of Ibe house
were kept lowered and all visitors were viewed before admittance t h r o u g h a liny space in
the door, "speakeasy style", until i heir spirits gradually revived.
Members of the Stale Letter club
voted on nominations for officers
Thursday noon, in room 101 of Draj per hall. 'The nominees for offices
were: president, l.lovd Moreland. '32.
ami Robert Goodrich, '32; vice-president, loliu Detlefson, '33, Frank
Young, '33, and Gilbert Del.aura, '33;
secretary: Osmer Brooks, '3-1, Kenneth Miller. '32, and Curtiss kulenber, '32; treasurer: Charles Kissam,
'3-1, Harold llaswell, '32, Vincent Meleski, '32, Benjamen Ingraham, '33,
Ralph Harris, '33, I lonald Benedict,
'3-1, and Young.
Moreland has been second baseman
on varsity baseball for three years, and
Goodrich, center on varsity baseball
lor two years.
I lellefson has been outfielder on varsity baseball for two years, and Young
outfielder for one year. Del.aura has
played guard for three years on the
varsity basketball team, and third base
on ibe baseball team.
Brooks has played forward on the
varsity basketball team for one year,
and pitcher for one year on the baseball team. Miller has served one year
each as manager of basketball and
baseball, while Ruteiiber was manager of tenuis for one year.
Kissam has played forward on Untile varsity basketball team for two
years. I laswell was manager ..I basketball for one year Mel,ski has played
on the varsity tennis team for two
years. Ingraham lor three years has
played center on tin- varsity basketball
team. Harris has been manager of
basketball ami baseball, for one year
each, and Benedict has played lirsl base
on th. varsity baseball team for ..lie
The
The regular meeting of the stu,1. nt association ibis m o r n i n g at
1 I III o'clock in the auditorium of
Page ball will be ..pen for student
business, Isabel Peard, '32, presi
dent of the student association, an
nouueed.
All students who have any business tu brine Up are requested to
do so al this meeting, Miss Peard
r e s u l t s ol
the election had
llol
been reported as the \'l ws Weill In
press.
This club has been formed for Stale
college men w bo have won letters in
intercollegiate competition. The c m
slitlilioii of the club was adopted last
week, as approved by Dr. A. R. Bru
bacher, president, t and Myskania, se
nior honorary society. Tin- committee
for adoption included : Brooks, I i<I .aura, and Kissam.
MILNE STUDENTS
TO HAVE SPEAKING Norwich Club To Sing
At School Tomorrow Malignant Gleam In Eyes Of Captive
CONTEST MARCH 23
Outdoor Totem Stirs State Students
Music lovers of State college will
have i
pporluilily to hear the Nor
wicb I'liiversily Musical clubs this
year when they return In Albany to
morrow night to sing in the auditorium
of ibe Albany High school under the
auspices of ibe Philologian and Thela
Sigma literary societies.
Th, program will include popular
numbers bj the concert orchestra, the
glee club, the quartet, and th. orchis
Ira leader and soloist.
The cadets will bring with them the
famous Rhythm kings orchestra for
dancing which will follow in ibe gym
nasiiim
Tickets will be sevenlv live cents
and are on sale al the high school.
Tbc .iiiiiu.il prize speaking contest
I',,, (he sludeiils oi Milne high school
" T h e big Chief of the Great < Milwill he conduclcd Wednesday, March
d o o r s " sits disconsolately in a
23. al S 15 o'clock in the auditorium of
darkly sheltered c o m e r of Richard
Page lull. Miss Mary b.li/abclh C.uksou hall. The sad, u n h a p p y eoiui
|in, supervisor of English in Milne
1,-nance of I .li nil.eeus, a totem
High school, announced today.
pole belonging lo T r o o p .H ol th,
bach veal four boys and lour girls,
Boy S c u t s of America in Albany,
ranking highest as chapel speakers,
H
ll
l l
lire i hosen b\ student judges to enter
(lie coiitesl. The eouleslauls for this
vcir include; lane Buckley, Elizabeth
Grilliu, |.ois Poller, Sarah Siuilb,
I ewis I leorge, Ki ndall (.elm.in, Irving
a tree trunk al Camp K.daneka, the
Ri.bler. and Kenneth Wade.
s u m m e r resort of the troop in the
Coaches for the speaking contest
s u m m e r of W).
T h e symbolic
are : Mine Neshilt, (ic.rge Rice, and
carvings on the pole include ibe
Charles Swiek, seniors, and Marcia
four patrols ,.f the h o o p , Swallow,
Cold. Elizabeth Cordon, Kalhcrinc
Wolf, Wood p i g e n , and O w l ; a
IS W E E K E N D G U E S T
Moore, and Cecelia box, juniors
scout badge with scout accessories;
u-r
Uulli Van Yla.k. '3(1, was a re aud tlu- symbol of the su
Medals, given by Robert C. I'ruyu,
kolaueka,
which
means
will be awarded to the winning boy cent week cud guest at Pin 1), ha camp,
"hospitality."
Dated tepees Indisorority house
and girl
GREEKS TO DANCE
ON FRIDAY, MAY 5
Women Alarmed When Drunk
Forces Entrance Into House
LETTER CLUB HAS
MEETING TO NAME
MEN FOR OFFICES
COUNCIL MEMBERS
TO ATTEND ANNUAL
DRAMA MEETINGS GYMNASIUM TO BE
SCENE OF ANNUAL
SOIREE APRIL 8
The pirate chorus will consist of
llalley Smith, and Albert Strong, seniors, and Thomas (iarett and \\ illiam
Nelson, sophomores. The pirate- king
will be Howard Mann, '32, and bis
Helen It. Mead, '32, and F r a n c e s
lieutenant will be played by Ormond
Guycr, '33. The Sergcant-of-police will M a c M a h o n , '33, will attend the
he Michael Erohlich, '32, and the eleventh annual convention of the
chorus of policemen will be Frederick Intercollegiate Dramatics associaAppleton, '32, Philip Ricciardi, Wil- tion at Adelpbi college in Garden
liam Rogers, Bertram McNary, and City, Long Island, on April 1 and 2.
Aaron Jasper, sophomores. Jasper will
Miss Mead is president of the
do a specialty dance.
I )ramal ies and Art c. mncil, a m e m ber of Mvsk.mia, and of Eta Phi
Appoints Committees
sorority. ' Miss MacMahon is a
junior m e m b e r of Ibe council and
The following committees have been a m e m b e r of Eta Phi sorority.
appointed by Grosvenor to complete
The convention will ba\ e as its
the arrangements for the presentation : p u r p o s e the consideration of Amersets, Samuel Speetor, '35, chairmen, ican drama. T w o plays by AmerDonald Benedict. Edward Scbworm, ican d r a m a t i s t s will be presented
sophomores, Jules Supera, Daniel d u r i n g the meeting of the e..n\ enVanLcuvan, and Milton Goldberger, 1 i.>n. T h e asseiul.lv will be adfreshmen; properties, Robert Rankins, dressed by Mrs. Ruth \ Da
i.
'32, chairman, ami l.lovd Moreland, Professor Kmorv llollowav, and
'32, W'illia' i Collins, Ralph keinhart, M o n t r o s s I. Moses.
juniors, William Torpey and Joint
M o n t r o s s Moses is well known
Bills, freshmen ; costumes and makeup, through.nit ibis country and EngFlorence Friedman, '32. and Robert land as an a u t h o r i t y on d r a m a ,
kobinson, '3-1, chairmen, Catherine especially American and general
T r a \ e r s , '32. and Isabel Hewitt, children's drama, lie has collected
Frances McMahon, and Alvina Lewis, various volumes of r e p r e s e n t a t i v e
juniors.
\nierican
drama,
English
and
Publieitv will be in charge of Bruce children's drama, lie has written
biographies
of
llelirik
lb-en
and
b'ulby, '33. as chairiuau, and Carl Tarbox, '32. Briuard S. Kerhel, '33. Maurice Maelerlink, and lias ediled
Grenl'ell Kami, ami William Nelson, the old English plav " E v i r v m i i n "
sophomores. Albert Strong,'32, will be and the plavs of Civile Fitch.
Profess,,,-' l l o l l o w a v is a m e m b e r
chairman of bouse, and will be assisted
by John Detlefson, and Charles Juc- of the English d e p a r t m e n t of \ d e l
lie is known in the
kctt, juniors, Charles Kissam, l.eo phi college
Plant.•. George Ketcham, ami I lonald literary world as lb, winner of the
P n l i l / e r prize l"..r biography in
Beiiediel, sophomores.
I'L'o lor bis " W h i t m a n , \ u Inn r
Prices for admission lia\e not been p.-ilation in \ a r r a l i \ e . "
He has
decided as yet, lull will probably be edited and compiled
Whitman'thirtv-five cents.
uncollected poetry and prose.
T h e two delegates from Stale
.-..liege will be given ace,
inula
lions, in the Garden City hotel.
$2.25 Per Year. 32 Weekly Issues
1932
cale successive si
lo the camp.
\ar.ui
Jasper,
s c u l m a s t e r ol the
struinenlal in siq.i i v
he pole.
cr expedition'31,
assistant
I
p, was In
ising lb, work
lsnnb-n.'sl|u^,ng ,i,;'ou
, glb''the''n'si Director Adds Member u
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A new member has been added
I,, the easl ,,f the Girl's \ t h l e l i c
association operetta, " T h e
Mikado", to be presented Friday and
Saturday, April 2l> ami 30, accord
iug to Florence Friedman, '32, director of the production.
Helen
j Mahar, '31, will lake the pari of
I "Poo-bah".
Council Announces Committee
Members for Annual
Sororities' Ball
Intersorority hall will be conducted
on Friday night, May 5, according to
Marjorie Lockwood, '32, president of
Intersorority council. The following
committee members have been appointed by the sororities.
Arrangements: Alice Fitzpatrick,
'34, Chi Sigma Theta, chairman;
Evelyn Slaehle, '35, Gamma Kappa
P h i ; Marjorie Haas, '33, Phi Delta;
Catherine Simmercr, '34, Delta Omeg a ; Ruth Beuche, '33, Beta Zeta; Marie Judd, '33, Kappa Delta; and Jane
Shuhnan, '32, Pi Alpha Tau.
P r o g r a m s : Ruth Reynolds,'33, Kappa Delta, chairman, Ruth Putnam,
'33, Beta Zeta; Dorothy King, '33,
Kappa Delta; Edna Epstcan. '33, Phi
.Alpha T a u ; Katherine Wagner, '34,
Delia Omega; Florence Smith, '33,
Phi Delta; and Carolyn Christiansen,
'33, Camma kappa Phi.
Favors: Kalhryn Hang.'3-1, Gamma
kappa P h i ; Elizabeth Lapp, '34, Phi
Delta; Marjorie Morton, '33, Delta
Omega; Laura Stvn, '33, Bela Zeta;
Betty Simons, '33, Pi Alpha T a u ;
and Marv Dohertv, '34, Chi Sigma
Theta.
Music: Ethel Zolz, '33, Delta Omega, chairman; Ruth Boyd, '33, Phi
Delta; Marie Prindlc, '34, Camma
Kappa P h i ; katbrvn Wilkins, '34,
Bela /.eta; Aline Wolf, '33, k a p p a
Delia; and kulh kalz, '35, Phi Alpha
Tau.
Refreshments: Clarice Simons, '32,
Phi Delta; Elizabeth kammerer, '34,
Delta Omega; Florence Erankel, '34,
P.eta Zeta; Aline Wolf, '33, Kappa
Delta; and Rena Soloman, '33, Pi
Alpha Tau.
Decorations: Marjorie Wilson, '32,
Phi
Delia,
chairman;
Margaret
Rausch. '33, Gamma Kappa P h i ; Elinor Andre. '31. I l.-lta Omega; Lorraine Crow, '34, llila Zeta; Isabel
Lawrence, '33. kappa Delta; and
Lena Could, '34, Pi Alpha Tau.
Invitations: Edith Lev inc. '32, Phi
Alpha Tau, chairman;
Catherine
Traver, '32. kappa Delta; Alice
Vaughn, '33, Beta Zeta; Dorothy
kh.se, '34, Delta Omega; Muriel DenIon, '3-1, (.annua Kappa P h i ; and
liana Brown, '33, Phi I lelta.
Flowers: Rita Br., vvnbar.lt, '34,
Camnia kappa P h i ; Hazel English,
'32. Phi Delta; Alice 11..viand, '34,
Delta Omega; Florence Grankcl, '34,
Pi Alpha T a u ; Asenatll Can Bureii,
'32.
Bela / . . l a ;
Esther
Davies,
'34, kappa Delta.
Bids: Elizabeth Premer, '35, Delta
Omega; India New Ion, '33. Phi Delta;
Esther Polashick, '3':,. Pi Alpha T a u ;
Marion l.lovd. '34, kappa Dell,,; and
Edith De Hollander, '31. Beta /.eta.
Taxies: Elizabeth lolmsoii, '34,
Beta /.,-'.i ; Francis Root. '33, k a p p a
Delta: Matilda Centner, '34, Pi Alpha
T a u ; Ruth Brooks. '35, I i.-lia ( linega ;
and Lois Burgdorf, '33, Gamma kappa
Phi.
DRAMATICS CLASS
WILL GIVE PLAYS
TUESDAY AT 8:15
The advanced dramatics class will
present two ..ne-acl plays Tuesday
nig hi at K : 15 o'clock, in the auditorium
of Page hall
( )n, of th. in. a fantasy, is d u e , ted
by Marjorie I oiiginuir, '32. The cast
for the plav includes: Donald Benedict, '31. as the prince; Wi.lr.y Sullivan, '32. tin princess ; Isabel I lewitt,
'33. the maid in wailing ; and the
guards. Ray Harris, '33. and lohn
Bills. '34 The prologue for the play
will be read l.v William Nelson, '34.
Tin- following chairmen of committees have been appointed: sets,
Frances McMahon, '33; properties,
Dorothy Base,'32; advertising, Elizabeth Gordon, '33; clean-up, Marcia
Hold, '33: and costumes and make-up,
Aseualh Van Btiren, '32.
The other play is a problem
directed by Bertha Buhl, The cast
committees for this play were
nounced in last week's issue of
Niiws.
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OUR STANDING
T h e m o t i o n a s k i n g f o r a c o m m i t t e e to i n v e s t i g a t e I b e
p o s s i b i l i t i e s of a C o l l e g e B o a r d o f i ' l i b l i e a t i o n s is o n e
d e s e r t i n g the support of t h e .student a s s o c i a t i o n , f a v o r able opinion h a s been e x p r e s s e d by t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n
a n d by t h e l e a d i n g j o u r n a l i s t s of t h e C o l l e g e .
T h e r e a s o n s w h y s u c h a b o a r d s h o u l d be o r g a n i z e d
w e r e o u t l i n e d in a p r e v i o u s e d i t o r i a l . C h i e f a m o n g l i t e m
w e r e t h e a v o i d a n c e of d u p l i c a t i o n , p a r t i c u l a r l y f r o m t h e
a d v e r t i s i n g standpoint ; t h e o p p o r t u n i t y to confer on
p r o b l e m s of c o m m o n b u s i n e s s i n t e r e s t ; t h e g r e a t e r p r e s t i g e of a p p o i n t m e n t s a p p r o v e d b j t h e C o l l e g e ' s b e s t
journalists as a group.
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I thai the board
will be p r i m a r i l y l o r a d v i s o r y a n d c o n f e r e n c e p u r p o s e s .
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I t will n o t d i c t a t e p o l i c i e s n o r f o r c e a p p o i n t m e n t s a n d
r e s i g n a t i o n s . It is w i t h t h i s u n d e r s t a n d i n g t h a t a p p r o v a l
by t h e p r e s i d e n t w a s o b t a i n e d .
W h e n t h e lime c o m e s l o r t h e w r i t i n g of ils c o n s t i t u t i o n , s p e c i a l c a r e will b e e x e r c i s e d t o p r e v e n t c o n l b c t s
of a r t i c l e s . T h i s is y o u r o p p o r t u n i t y In a d v a n c e t h e
College publications to a more collegiate standard. A r e
you going to accept it?
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l e t t e r s o n tin b l a c k b o a r d of t h e s t u d c i i l a c t i v i t i e s r
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d e s k s of I h e i r p o s s , s s o r s a n d l b il s o m e p e o p l e h a v e
t u r t i i d hai k , n t h e m o t t o : " K n o w l e d g e , n o t f o r itself,
but f o r u l b e r s . "
FACULTY
ARTISTS
s t a l , c o l l e g e is f o r l u n a l ,
in n u m b e r i n g a m o n g ils
faculty m a n y people w h o c o m b i n e unii-ual ability
in I h e i r r e s p e c t i v e f o l d s w i t h a s i n c e r e d e s i r e t o
s e n c t h e s t u d e n t a- s o c i a l i m i
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in a s s e m b l y last w e e k b y M i s s A g n e s b
b'uttcrcr.
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w i l l i c l e a r n e s s i b e l e a d e r s h i p of t h e ( a c u i t y .
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m a t t e r t o offer.
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llltcntial friends have d e s e r t e d h i m . Slightly cynical,
h e l e a v e s t h e v i l l a g e a n d in o t h e r fields a t t a i n s tinsuccess which bis talents insure.
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love a n d duly.
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v o l u m e o n t h e first F r e n c h g e n e r a l i s s i m o in t h e lasl
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i n c i d e n t s in t h e life of J o l ' f r c w i t h l i m e e x p o s u r e s
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English Should Be Core Of Curriculum,
Administrators Decide At Washington
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the dominant thesis of t h e conference
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of t h e N a t i o n a l a s s o c i a t i o n o f A c a - c i r c l e s .
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w i n g l o p i e s : " S t u d y H a b i t s of
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W a s h i n g t o n , I ) . C , a c c o r d i n g t o P r o - " O u t s i d e R e a d i n g s by S e n i o r H i g h
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f e s s o r l o h n M . S a y l e s , p r i n c i p a l of S c h o o l
the Milne H i g h school. W i t h this sub- " C l a s s S i z e " .
ject as basis, a c o m p r e h e n s i v e system
T h e final d a y of t h e c o n f e r e n c e w a s
w o u l d h e e m p l o y e d w h e r e b y lite c h i l d d e v o t e d t o d i s c u s s i o n o f v a r i o u s t y p e s
d e t e r m i n e s b i s o w n c o n c l u s i o n s d e - of s e c o n d a r y s c h o o l s , n a m e l v t h e l u rived from a s u r v e y of collected m a - nior H i g h 'school, i b e S e n i o r H i g h
terials. Social science also would he school, t h e J u n i o r college, a n d t h e
an essential factor in this p r o g r a m .
I c c l m t c a 1 a n d \ : a :ti::nal s c h o o l
T h e a s s o c i a t i o n will c o n d u c t its secT h e c o n f e r e n c e w a s c h a r a c t e r i z e d by
a s e r i e s o f d i s c u s s i o n g r o u p s , w h e r e o n d m e e t i n g f o r I0M2 d u r i n g t h e m o u t h
of
July.
a n u m b e r of m a j o r e d u c a t i o n a l i d e a s
were propounded. A m o n g the topics
discussed were the following: " E x t r a
Curricular
Activities",
" W h a t the
H i g h S c h o o l s .Are D o i n g f o r t h e I n d i v i d u a l " , " G u i d a n c e P r o g r e s s in S e c ondary Schools". " A i m s a n d Activities
of S u p e r v i s o r s " , a n d " M e n t a l H y giene".
ALUMNAE ATTEND
ANNUAL WEEK-END
Twenty-five W o m e n G r a d u a t e s
R e t u r n to Visit C a m p u s
F o r G.A.A. E v e n t s
ALUMNI RESIDENCE
HALL COMMITTEE
T w e n t y live a l u m n a e o f t h e I n i l s '
Athletic association, including several
CONDUCTS MEETING
p a s t p r e s i d e n t s o f t h e a s s o c i a t i o n , al
T h e s e c o n d r e p o r t m e e t i n g o f tin
a l u m n i r e s i l i e n c e ball f u n d c o n n n i l l c c
w a s c o n d u c t e d in t h e w o m e n ' s f a c u l t y
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C e o t g e R i c e , M2, i n t r o d u c e d t h e
speaker.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1932
QUINTET ENGAGES
IN TWO CONTESTS
State Loses to Oswego Team
Alumni Beaten by Score
of 44-28, Saturday
BY
KKNNT.TII
SPOUTS
MII.I.I.K. 'M
IXIHTOH, T I M N'r.vvs
'I'lic
State
(itiintct
divided
itweek-end
contest
losing
to tin
Oswego
Normal
live m i
Fridax
t i i u l i 1 b y a - c o r e o f I1) I n -12 a n i l
defeating the State college alunini
o n S a t u r d a y n i g h t l-l t o 28. I',..i|,
p a n i c s w e r e p l a y e d i n t h e I'aec h a l l
gymnasium.
T h e < >s\\ i ' u n N ' l i n n a l - q u a d u ; i
v e r y fast a n d d i s p l a y e d a ( l e x e r
p a s s i n g a t t a c h w h i c h t h e S t a t e liv e
were iniahle to overcome
during
the first half.
T h e s c o r e al l i t .
h a l f t i m e w a s < I s w c g o 26, S t a l e 111
D u r i n g t h e s e c o n d h a l f I lie S t a t .
t e a m b r o k e u p t h e t r i c k p i \ ot plav a n d t h e speedy passing of t h e n
opponents.
In the t h i r d quarter
the h o m e l i \ e scored fifteen point to the visitor-;' - i s .
1"... 111 t e a m f o u g h t ev e l l l v i l l t h e f o u r t h q u a r t , r
h'.ach - q u a d - c o r e d s e v . n l e e n p o i n t s
in t h e l a - l l e u i i i i n l i l , - . .f I h e g a m e
The g a m e w a s . M i . m i l \ t a - :
d u r i n g the second half and rather
rough.
T e n fouls were called on
the v i - i t . n s d u r i n g I h e half.
l',..|h
fives t r i e d
many
long
- h o l s .»i
which
several
were
-ucce--ful
I l r o o k - caged t w o pretty di-taui .
s h o t s in t h e l a - l q u a r t e r ..i i h ,
game.
Fanning,
left
forward
of the
v i - i l i n e squad, w a - the - c ,ring - l . o
of the gallic w i t h fifteen
pointR o g e r H a n r r o f l o f t h e S t a l e I, a m
followed
closely
with
II
points
\\ l l i c h w e r e L'ain. d t h r . ,ueh f. • 11I
field lin»kets a n d - i \ s n r u - - f i l l fold
shot-.
Cil De L a u r a - t a r r e d on the d,
f e n - i v e h o l d i n g Ix'iell/o to a - i n g l ,
foul point
in the lir-t
half and
e f f e c t i v e l y . Ilia k i n g C a p t a i n S n x d e i
o f t h e I i s w . g o l i v e in I h . - e i o n d
h a l f of 111. g a m e .
Snyder a i m c - c l
12 p o i n t s in I h e l i r - t p a n o f t h e
Manic, l u l l d i d i n . I - e r e a - i n g l e
p o i n t in l l n f i n a l h a l f .
Alumni Lose
T h e a l u m n i put up a
h a r d l i g h t i n t h e lit -I
game Saturday uiehl.
t h e h a l f hv t h e . lose
t o 17. C a p t a i n ( h a i l .
the
l ' M I I 21 M a l e
surprisingly
part of t h e
T i n v led at
- c u e o f 18
- l . v o n - of
quintet
10 ART STUDENTS
TAKE ANNUAL TRIP
TO NEW YORK CITY
Seven s t u d e n t s o f l i b r a r y school a r c
d o i n g special f i e l d w o r k this week i n
various h i g h school libraries in the
state, M i s s M a r t h a C. I ' r i t c h a r d , head
o f t h e l i b r a r y s c h o o l , said t o d a y . T h i s
w o r k is d o n e i n c o n n e c t i o n w i t h t h e
course, L i b r a r y
Science
15, F i e l d
W o r k , w h i c h provides opportunities
Thirty-one
make-up
e x a m i n a - f o r actual s c h o o l l i b r a r y practice a n d
t i o n s w i l l he c o n d u c t e d t o m o r r o w , contacts f o r the s t u d e n t s .
n e x t S a t u r d a y , T u e s d a y , M a r c h 15,
Ardclla
Farnsworth
and M a r i o n
S a t u r d a y , M a r c h in, and Tuesday,
Qiiackeuhush, graduate students, are
M a r c h 22, a c c o r d i n g I n a l i s t se
w o r k i n g in the W h i t e Plains H i g h
cured f r o m the registrar's
office
school l i b r a r y , a n d i n the l i b r a r y o f
today.
ihe M a m a r o i i e c k A v e n u e J u n i o r H i g h
T h e list is as f o l k ,w - ; t. .un , r n ,\\ :
school i n W h i l c I ' l a i n s .
F r e n c h 8, C h a r l o t t e
( a l o w , '22,
b.lsic I l u t c h i i i s o u a n d R u t h I l u d l e y ,
F r e n c h 1 I, M a e S u i i l h , '22, F u g
g r a d u a t e s t u d e n t s , a r e p r a c t i s i n g in
l i s h | A , L a u r a C l a r k , 'a.-, h i s t o r y
R o c h e s t e r at the B e n j a m i n F r a n k l i n
I, B e n j a m i n R o s e n , a s p e c i a l stuJ u n i o r - S e n i o r H i g h school, a n d al t h e
d e n t , L a t i n 1, M a r g a r e t
Fleming,
M o n r o e J u n i o r - S e n i o r H i g h school.
and
Anne
Orzel,
mathematics
Helen Btichan, a n d M a r y Cauthier.
I, A l b e r t a H a l l , ' . U , e d u c a t i o n a,
g r a d u a t e students, a r e w o r k i n g in i h e
L a i d r , | . . o i u i n g d a l e , '22, e d u c a t i o n
l i b r a r i e s o f i h e p u b l i c school sx stein
I, H e l e n b u r g h e r a n d l l e - s i e F e l in C l y d e .
Max K l i w e i i . a g r a d u a t e student, is
For
next
Saturday:
F r e n c h 2,
w o r k i n g i n i h e h i g h sch, ,,1 l i b r a r y in
C h a r l o t t e ('alow and Laura Clark,
H u d s o n . T h e students w i l l
return
uiiigdale and
h u d o g v 2. K a r l I'd
M o n d a y f r o m t h e i r week o f held w o r k .
benjamin
Rosen;
I at i l l
10,
D o r o t h y W e e k - , '22; i n a l h e i n a l i c s
111,
Siberia
b a l l ; m a t h , m a i n - I.
Claire
C o x e n l r v , ' . C ; S p a n i s h 8,
C h a r l e s b i b - o n a n d Ix'ila S o i n e r - .
- o p h o i n o i , - ; C e n n a n I, l o s e p h i n e
j H a l l , ' 2 2 ; I I b 2.1. F - t l i e r C r a n n i - ;
! h i s t o r y 7, L o r r a i n e \ an D e x c n l e r ,
' , H ; h i - i o r x 20, M a r g a t e ! F l e i n i n g ,
H e l e n S p e l l i n g , and A l l e l i c V a n
A period musical
ciiteilaiiini.nl
b p p s , i r e - h u i c i i ; a n d h n g l i - h 2. e i i l i i K i t " A n X l ' l e r i i o o i i xx i l h F r a n /
Mae S u i i l h and Mary N o , m a n , ' a l
l . i s / t " xx a - p i ' e - e n t e i l u n d e r t h e d i
h'or T u e - d a y , Ma a h 15: h ' r e n c h r, el i o n , ,f t h e i i u i - i c d i p a r t i n e n t o f
n.
Mae Suiilh;
hygiene,
L a u r a ; h , W o m e n ' - C l u b of \ l b a n v l a s l
Clark,
Margaret
Fleining,
a n d n i g h t at 8:11(1 o ' c h u k in t h e a u d i
Charles Rob-on.
t o r i u n i o f I'aae h a l l . M a l e college
Right
State
college
students,
M i s s E u n i c e I'erine, assistant p r o fessor of line arts, and M r s . Doiiall
V , S m i t h , w i f e o f D r . S m i t h , ass i s t a n t p r o f e s s o r of h i s t o r y , c o n ducted their annual trip to N e w
Y o r k c i t y last T h u r s d a y ,
Friday,
Saturday, and Sunday, where they
spent
their
time
inspecting renowned art museums.
First Group of Examinations
Will be Tomorrow, Says
College Registrar
' I h e group xi-ited the W h i t n e y
M u s e u m o f A m e r i c a n A r t at 10
\ \ esl S t r e e t , a n d the k o c r i c h m u s e u m at 103d S l i c e ! a n d R i v e r s i d e
Drive.
T h e group allciitlcd the
plav " M o u r n i n g becomes L l e e t r a " .
hv E u g e n e < l ' . \ i i l l , a l t h e C u i l . l
theatre.
'fin
Metropolitan museum wax i s i t e d nn S a t u r d a y . T h e y a l - , , v i s i t e d
several c h u r c h e - in the d o w n t o w n dist r i c t o f Xexv Y o r k .
Those w i n . took the trip a n :
M i s . I'erine, M r s . S u i i l h , M a r g a r e t
Kuril.-.v, Esther l.awler, and Alice
M a t t l u x v s , j u n i o r s ; I'auline J o i n - ,
H e l e n K l l l g c , l . e o r a C e d d e - , I ><IP>Ii\
(irillin
and Hannah
Parker,
M.pho
,-, -. 'I In v w , r e r . u i - l . r e d
at I h e I ' i c c a d i l l x h o l d
ALBANY WOMEN'S
CLUB GIVES PLAY
OF ARTISTS' LIVES
HERE AND THERE
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DELEGATES TO GO
ENGAGE IN FIELD
WORKTHIS WEEK TO NEW YORK CITY
31 MAKE-UP TESTS
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S u n d a y , M a r c h 15.
because o f the decrease i n t h e
X l w - budget the b o a r d d e c i d e d t o
cancel a r r a n g e m e n t s f o r the N a t i o n a l
S c h o l a s t i c I'ress a s s o c i a t i o n c o n v e n t i o n w h i c h xxa- c o n d u c t e d last Nov e m ber at the I ' n i v e r s i t j o f K e n t u c k y ,
I ..siiigtoii, Kentucky.
Mr. Sheats Conducts
Visit To Legislature
T h e r e w i l l he a n o t h e r t r i p M o n d a y
n i g h t , w h e n seventy a d d i t i o n a l s t u dents ai ,• , specie,I I,, go. u n d e r t h e
s u p . r v i - i , n o f M r . Sheats.
RECENT GUESTS
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in the a l l o w a n c e m a d e b y t h e F i n a n c e
H o a r d l o the N E W S , o n l y f o u r m e m bers o f the \ ' i : w s b o a r d w i l l r e p r e sent S t a l e college a l i h e c o n v e n t i o n
o f Ihe C o l u m b i a S c h o l a s t i c I'ress association in N e w Y o r k City next T h u r s day, F r i d a y , a n d S a t u r d a y .
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m e e t i n g o f the h o a r d T u e s d a y , i l w a s
decided that the delegates s h o u l d he
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managing
editor;
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Flowers, advertising manager; and
1 I c l c n R o h e l , finance m a n a g e r , seniors.
s t u d e n t - a n d f r i e n d - of t h , c l u b
m e m b e r s Were s p e c i a l : i n - t - o f i l l ,
dub.
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students
were
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1932
LIBRARY STUDENTS
WILL MAKE TRIP
CLUB TO CONDUCT NEWS NOTES STATE WILL PLAY
JERSEY TEACHERS
FETE ON APRIL 9
ANNOUNCES
Katherine Dooley, President,
Announces Committees
And Play Cast
Group Will Go to New York
To Visit Publishers
And Libraries
T h e annual spring trip of the senior and graduate members of the
library school to visit libraries and
publishing houses in New York City
and vicinity will be this year from
Thursday, March 24, to Wednesday,
March 30, Miss Martha Caroline I'ritchard, head of the school, announced
today. This trip is conducted every
year during the spring vacation for
the senior students to visit school libraries, large city libraries, children's
bookshops, children's museums, publishing houses and such other places of
literary or bibliographical interest as
will be of value to librarians of
Of? £ H JVTOTPfPIS
schools.
T h e schedule begins on Friday,
Dr. E l i z a b e t h H . M o r r i s , asMarch 25, with a visit to the New
sistant p r o f e s s o r of e d u c a t i o n ,
Y o r k Public Library on Fifth avenue.
who will act as faculty c h a i r m a n
T h e rest of the schedule includes:
for the tea in the L o u n g e of
Saturday, March 2ft, visit to the H. W.
R i c h a r d s o n hall W e d n e s d a y .
Wilson Company at u 50 University
avenue ; Monday, March 28, Children's
Museum in Brooklyn; and John Picrpont Morgan library at 33 Hast 33rd
s t r e e t ; Tuesday, March 29, Double-]
day, Doran Publishing Company in
Garden City, Long Island; and the
Robert Bacon Memorial Children's lib r a r y in Westbury, Long Island.
Th
lucation depa
On Wednesday', March 3(1, the trip
.i Hi
1
their second
will end with a visit with Miss Mary -l
Wednesday
afternoon,
Williams, supervisor of library work
with the public schools in New York from 3:30 until 5:0(1 o'clock in the
city; a visit to the Children's Center Lounge of Richardson ball, Miss
in New Y o r k ; and an inspection tour M a r t h a C P r i t c h a r d , head of the
of Baker and Taylor Company, a job- library school, and faculty chairI)r
bing house, on Fifth avenue.
The man for the leas, a n n o u n c e d .
students will attend several plays and Elizabeth II. Morris, assistant pro
lessor
of
education,
will
act
nmusical comedies and operas current
Dr. Morris will
on Broadway. These include: "Morn- faculty c h a i r m a n .
be
assisted
by
Dr.
A
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Is.
Beik,
ing Becomes Electra", "Reunion in
Vienna", "The Cat and the Fiddle'', professor of education, and Mrs
'Of Thee I Sing", "Animal Kingdom", Beik; Dr. Milton G. Xclsoii, pro
" T h e Good Fairy", "The Laugh Pa- fe-sor of education, and Mrs. Nelson; Dr. Earl 1'.. South, assistant
rade", and "Parsifal".
professor ~<\ education, and Mrs.
Miss Pritchard will be in charge of S o u t h ; Mr. Richmond
Finland,
the group on the trip. T h e members professor of education, and Mrs
of the school who have signed up to F i n l a n d ; and Dr. G e o r g e P a i n t e r
go a r e : graduate students, Mrs. Inger Clarice S i m m o n s , '32, is student
Acheson, Helen Buchan, Helen Dan- chairman for the tea.
gremond, Ruth Dudley, Ardella EarnsThe book which is to lie given away
worth, Mary Gauthier, Flsie Hutchinson, May Kliwen, Theresa Maurice by the Co-operative Book store this
week,
is Green's "Fourth Work Book
Marion Quackenbush, Sarah Shellbaum, and Dorothy T a n n e r ; and seni- in I :lucati::n il Mi isuremi iits
T h e annual fete of the F r e n c h
club will be conducted on S a t u r day, April 9, at 8:00 o'clock in the
a u d i t o r i u m of Page hall, K a t h e r i n e
Dooley, '32, president, a n n o u n c e d
today.
T h e cast for o n e of the plays,
" L ' E n f a n c e de J e a n n e d'Are", to
be presented al the fete is: H e l e n a
D u n d a s , Helen Chiemlinska, and
Ruth
Brezcc,
seniors;
Evelyn
G r e e n b c r g , and J o s e p h i n e
Ryan,
j u n i o r s ; Marie L o u i s e S h a r o n , Leo
P l a n l e and K a t h e r i n e Bell, s o p h o m o r e s ; and Robert KalTcrly, Elsie
Pugsley, and M a r g u e r i t e Delaney,
freshmen.
T h e following c o m m i t t e e chairmen have been a p p o i n t e d : general
chairmen, M a r g a r e t Henry, '32, and
Marie Teissier, 33; sets, Matilda
C e n t n e r , '3-1; p r o p e r t i e s , Alice Rojeevics, '32; house. Josephine H o b .
32,
and
Letitia
Connelly,
'34;
ushers, Leah D o r g a n , ' 3 2 ; publicity,
Ltiisa Iglcsias, '33; r e f r e s h m e n t s ,
Louise Elmer, '33; d a n c e - and folksongs, Margaret Service, '33, and
m a k e - u p and c o s t u m e s , lohn ( i n >svenor, '33.
DR. MORRIS TO BE
CHAIRMAN OF TEA
FOR DEPARTMENT
ors, Mary .Alexander, Sara Brierley,
Edith Cinccbox, Frances Davis, Doris
Dunning, Julia Fister, Margaret Fortmiller, Helen Frederick, Jeannette
Jones, Marion Larbey, Dorothy Merselis, Catherine Riegal, Helen Rohel,
Selma Sims, Muriel Stewart, Mildred
Woodcock, ami Jane Yawger.
The freshman quintet will go to
Saugerties tonight to play the Saugerties High school five. This game will
probably be the last interscholastic
game for the 1935 squad.
The freshmen have defeated Cobleskill High school. Milne High school,
the Albany Young Men's Christian
.Association team, and the high school
teams of Turing. Meehauicvillc, l as
tletoll, and l.owvillc.
The "Green and While" lineup will
include I..dick, lones, and Hills, for
w a r d s ; Kroman. e n t e r ; and I >rakc,
Kail, and Blumberg, guards.
\\ illiam Torp'-y, freshman manager,
staled thai a special bus will go to
Saugertie- to accommodate fans who
wish to -ee the freshman quintet in
action.
Design "A" of the two rings
s u b m i t t e d by the junior ring comm i t t e . to a vote of the junii >r class
h a - been chosen according lo Dorothy Km:.', '32, chairman ot the coin
mittee
Tin- two -ample-, stdi
inilted were voted on la-t Mondav,
T u e s d a y , and W e d n e s d a y in the
r o t u n d a of D r a p e ball. T h e contract has been a w a r d e d to the
puny of RoW a n , ! Kab-e c
chest,
T h i - < oinpaiiy has bad
CLUB TO MEET
lb. c. lira, i lor making tin- junior
rine. - ..i' tin: la-I lour years,
George \\ llarlfurd, bead of the
< In •r-, for the rings are being
t a k e n all tin- week
T h e r e are commercial department of the W ilbur
II.
Lynch Senior High school, in Amsizes that can be -elected,
ling to tradition, jnni. irs will sterdam, will be the guesl speaker al
the
regular business meeting of the
ear i ing- mil il Mm iug-L'p
Commerce club, on Thursday, at 1:10
c o m m i t t e e in room Jul of Draper ball
I be JU
Mr. Wilbur will talk on a phase oi
inn, F s i h c r
are:
Mi-- Fine
rphy, Mar- commercial education in l he high
Woodburn,
bll
school.
Ml commerce stud, ills are in
jorn Haas |..h
Mted to attend the meeting.
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The advanced dramatics class will
present two plays Tuesday, March 15,
at K:1S o'clock in the Page hall auditorium.
One of the plays is under the direction of Frances MeMahon, '33. The
cast for the play includes: Catherine
Traver and Samuel I lorrancc, seniors;
Alv ina Trentelman and Grcnfcll Rand,
sophomores; and John Pills, '35. T h e
chairmen of the committees are as
follows: sets, Isabella Hewitt, '33;
costumes and make-up, Katherine
Moore, '33; cleau-up, Bertha Buhl
'33; advertising, Frances Gaynor, '32;
house, Marcia Gold, '33; and properties, Marjorie Lnngmuir, '32.
TO HAVE
CARNIVAL
T h e annual Spanish carnival will
take place Saturday, April 16, in the
auditorium of Richardson hall, according to Rose Baxter, '32, president
of Spanish club.
Evelyn Esmay, '33, has been appointed general chairman for the affair. Committees and the date for
tryouts will be announced next week.
ARE
MARRIED
Chi Sigma T h e t a s o r o r i t y a
n o u n c c s the m a r r i a g e of bam
I'antalone, ex-'3-l, to Richard Ah
ander, of California.
RECEIVES
POSITION
Julia C. Fister, '32, has obtained
a teaching position at A t h e n s , according to Mis- Amelia
Nicos,
s e c r e t a r y to P r o f e s s o r J o h n M
Savles, principal of Milne High
school.
Mis- Fister will teach
English and Latin.
ENTERS
PLAYERS
l a m e s Cassidy, '30, who was active in d r a m a t i c s while be was a
student at Slate college is e n t e r i n g
a g r o u p of players in the annual
Albany one-act play competition
which will be c o n d u c t e d today and
t o m o r r o w . T h e cast for the play
consists mainly of State college
alumni.
ENTERTAINS
SORORITY
Miss Helen T. Fay, manager of the
College Co-operative Book store, and
Miss Eleanor Eoote entertained the
members of Beta /.eta sorority at their
The second of the plays will be di- home on Saturday afternoon. Miss
rected by Ruth Brezee, '32. Those Fay was one of the founders of this
hiking part in this play a r e : Nile sorority.
Clemens, and Herbert Rose, seniors,
ml Elizabeth Cordon. '33. The chairVISIT FRATERNITY
men of the committees are as follows: sets, Marjorie Lnngmuir, '32;
properties, Bertha Buhl, '33; house,
Charles
Lyons,
'31,
LaVernc
Dorothy Buse, '32; costumes and
Carr, '29, N o r m a n
Collin-, '31,
make-up, Frances Gaynor, '32; clean
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v
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'29,
F
r
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k < Hi,
up. Helen Silver. '32; advertising, Nile
'31, H a m i l t o n Acheson, '31, H o r a c e
Clemens, '32.
M v e r s , '31, Clyde Sb.cuui, '29, and
Richard W o r t h , '30, were recent
g u e s t s of Kappa Delia Kilo fraternity.
Opponents Promise Opposition
To Purple and Gold
In Last Game
By
KENNETH
A.
MILLER,
'32
SPORTS EDITOR, N E W S
The Purple and Gold quintet will
bring the 1931-32 basketball season to
a close when it faces the strong Jersey
City Teacher's five in the gymnasium
of Page hall tomorrow night at 8:15
o'clock.
The State players will try to capture their seventh victory of the season. T h e New Jersey squad, which
has a good record in the metropolitan
area, will undoubtedly provide keen
opposition.
The starting lineup for the home
team will probably b e : Kissam, Bancroft, or Brooks as forwards, Ray
Harris as center, and (iil DeLaura
and Cliff Rail at the defense positions.
There will be dancing after the
game. The music will be furnished by
" t i m e r ' s Gleeful
Rhythm-makers."
Anyone who wishes to bring a guest
to the dancing should secure a guest
ticket from Dean Pierce's office.
The Menorah live will oppose the
Kappa Delta Rho quintet in a preliminary game which will get under way
at 7:00 o'clock.
Women To Play Game
For Interclass Credit
T h e second of the i b r e e - g a n i e
si lies of baskelball g a m e s b e t w e e n
the w o m e n of the freshman and
s o p h . . m o r e classes which c o u n t s
three p o i n t - in the i n t e r - c l a s s rivalry score will be played W e d n e s day afternoon at 4:15 o'clock in
the gviiinasium of Page ball, Elizabeth J a c k s o n , '32, president of the
Girls' Athletic association and a
m e m b e r of Myskania, a n n o u n c e d .
Myskania is in charge of all interclass rivalry events.
T h e team which wins t w o out of
Ihe three g a m e s played will be
a w a r d e d the three rivalry p o i n t s .
T h e freshman team won the first
g a m e last week bv all 18-16 score.
Mary T r . la, '33. C.A.A. - p o r t s captain for basketball, and Miss L a in lie J o h n - t o n , i n s t r u c t o r in physical education, will officiate al the
1935 To Meet School
In Saugerties Tonight
JUNIORS SELECT
RING DESIGN "A",
CHAIRMAN STATES
lluir Rubbing
DRAMATICS CLASS
TO PRESENT TWO
PLAYS MARCH 15
ENGAGEMENT
Alpha Rho sorority announces
the e n g a g e m e n t of S a r a Hill, ex'32, to Richard T e r r y of S o u t h a m p ton, L o n g Island.
T e r r y is a
violinist and has a p p e a r e d on the
concert stage and on radio programs.
"We Understand Iiyes"
Fraternity Welcomes
Nine Into Membership
(.annua chapter of Kappa I lelta
Rho fraternity c o n d u c t e d
formal
initiation services Sunday
after
noon for the following pb ifui s who
were admitted into full n u m b e r
s h i p : A r t h u r T e m p l c t o n and Frank
Young, junii ii-, Richard I >cgnan,
Donald b.ddv, and Prank P e l r o n i - ,
sopl
lores; and William J o i n ( ieorge Pratt, Robert Unifcrtv, and
Daniel Y a n l . c u v a n , freshmen
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lion ceremonies.
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