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VOL.
XVI. No. 20
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1932
159 ATTAIN HONOR
MARKSFOR1931-32
Twenty-seven
Make High
Honors; Total is One Less
Than That Last Year
O n e h u n d r e d a n d fifty-nine
students, including twenty-seven with
high honors, a n d o n e hundred and
t h i r t y - t w o h o n o r s t u d e n t s , a r e listed
o n t h e h o n o r r o l l f o r t h e first s e m e s t e r of t h i s y e a r , a c c o r d i n g t o a list
compiled by Miss Elizabeth Van
Denbtirgh, registrar.
The
record-breaking
honor
roll
f o r t h e first s e m e s t e r last y e a r included
one
hundred
and
sixty
names,
only
one more
than
this
year.
I n J a n u a r y , 1930, o n l y o n e
hundred and twelve attained honors.
A s in o t h e r y e a r s t h e s e n i o r s a r e
l e a d i n g in t h i s g r o u p o f h o n o r s t u dents with twelve students with high
honors and forty-seven with lienors.
T h e s o p h o m o r e s a r e n e s t w i t h live
high honor students and twentynine honor students,
hive juniors
attained high h o n o r s ;md twentys e v e n , l i o n u r s . ( If t h e f r e s h m e n , f o u r
attained high h o n o r s and twentynine, honors.
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Mniji.-m-l
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T h e a l e r t n e s s of S t a t e c o l l e g e
students
w a s ably
demonstrated
S a l u r a d y n i g h t , w h e n a lire in t h e
M a y f l o w e r a p a r t m e n t s , l o c a t e d at
5 South Lake avenue, was thwarted
by t h e i | u i c k - t b i n l < i n g a n d p r o m p t
acting of t w o u n d e r g r a d u a t e s w h o
prefer
to keep
their
identities
anonymous.
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Science Departments
Will Be Hosts At Tea
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I Ins will l„ | l , e last lea In h u e
I ,, I , I ,.,,,,11 ni, . , , t h e r e will l„ n o
lea d i n i n g i h e week directly p i e c e d
i n g llie i . . . s s . M i s s I ' r i l c h a r d s a i d
T h e In,i,I lea n l tile y e a r will b e g l u n
t h e In si \ \ , hies,I.iv a i i e r \ a c a l i o i i ,
April d
T h e administration
depart
m , nl will b e in c h a r g e of t h i s l e a .
T h e b o o k w h i c h will In- g n e u al ill,
t e a l,\ t h e C o l l e g e C o o p , r a l l y , • b o o k
.store is "I i i i u g a n d I i a i m i n g " by
W a h . r I!. I'ilkin.
State Nine to Meet Hartwick
at Oneonta for First of
Spring Schedule
Irish Theatre Group to Appear
at Two Performances in
Page Hall
KENNETH
Sen-is
In,nun,
MII.I.KU.
Tin
'32
NEWS
The
Purple and Cold nine
will
o p e n t h e 1932 b a s e b a l l s e a s o n w h e n
it o p p o s e s t h e H a r t w i c k c o l l e g e t e a m
at O n e o n t a o n .April 30.
The
complete
schedule,
as announced
by George,
K e t c h a m , '34,
m a n a g e r of b a s e b a l l i s :
A p r i l 3(1— H a r t w i c k a t O n e o n t a .
May 4—St.
S t e p h e n ' s c o l l e g e at
A n n a n d a l e on-lhe-1 ludson.
M a y 7 - D r e w college at R i d g e l i e l d
park."
Mav 1 4 - ( ooper Union institute at
Ridgelield park.
21
Hartwick
at
Ridgelield
Mav
park.
Mav 28 Clarkson Tech at Ridgelield p a r k .
The S l a t e t e a m will
undoubtedly
he o n e of i h e s t r o n g e s t
in r e c e n t
y e a r s a s last y e a r ' s v e t e r a n s will a l l
he h a d t o c o m p e t e for p o s i t i o n s o n
this y e a r ' s nine,
"( ) s s y " I ' . r o o k s , i r o n m a n h u r l e r .
w h o p i t c h e d b o t h g a m e s of a d o u b l e header against
H a r t w i c k last
year,
and " D o n " lieucdicl
p o r t s i d e r , will
probably c o m p r i s e t h e S t a l e college
pitching
staff.
T h e p e o p l e of t h e h o u s e w e r e
entirely u n a w a r e thai a n y t h i n g w a s
a m i s s , a n d it is t h u s v e r y p o s s i b l e
that the conflagration could have
gained considerable headway were
il n o t f o r t h e p r e s e n c e of m i n d of
the t w o students.
KAPPA DELTA RHO
WILL HAVE TEAM
IN CITY CONTEST
A team representing Kappa Delta
K i m f r a t e r n i t y h a s b e e n e n t e r e d in
the cilv c h a m p i o n s h i p
tournament
for s e n i o r b a s k e t b a l l t e a m s . H a r o l d
l l a s w e l l , '3.2, m a n a g e r of t h e l e a r n ,
w h i c h will b e k n o w n a s t h e K a p p a
Delia Kin, hive, a n n o u n c e d
today.
The
team
will p l a y g a m e s
with
o i l i e r t e n n i s i n t h e l e a g u e in t h e
gymnasium
o f t h e V i u c c n l i a n in
stitule, on W e d n e s d a y ,
Thursday,
a n d S a t u r d a y of n e x t w e e k .
The
t e n n i s w h i c h t h e f r a t e r n i t y l'i\ e \\ ill
Lloyd Mor.-land and " H o b " Coodrich, seniors, w h o h a i e played a s regul a r s o n t h e d i a m o n d sine.- t h e i r e n t r a n c e h e r e , will b e h a c k f o r t h e i r
final
spring campaign
lor S t a t e , as
will
bay
liltim, veteran
outfielder,
w h o will b e g r a d u a l , ,1 ill J u n e . < Mb, t
experienced
plaiei's
i n c l u d e I ill di
Laura,
M m
Dctlcfsou. and Frank
\ m i t t " , j u n i o r s , a n d lack S a u n d e r s ,
'34.
K n i g h t s of C o l u m b u s . ,
Victorians.,
S a g a m o r e s , a n d C o m e t s , all l o c a l
standing.
t e a m s of h i g h
Mam
freshmen a r e also expected
lo t r y o u t f o r p l a c e s on t h e t e a m .
T h e t e a m will b e g i n otild
• practice
a l t e r the blaster \ , i , atii.u.
T h e o u l l i t , w h i c h will h e c a c h e d
b v F r a n c i s (iril'liii ' 2 8 , f o r m e r S t a l e
s t a r , w i l l h a v e t h e s e r v i c e s of tilt
f o l l o w i i m m e n w h o h a v e .ill p l a c e , I
in S t a l e c o l l e g e b a s k e t b a l l :
l.l,,v,l
Moreland
and
Robert
Coodrich
s e n i o r s ; P.enjainiu
tngraham
and
K a y m , m d 11 a r r i s , jiinii i r s ; A r l e l , HI
Hush, c x - ' 3 3 ; Roger llancroft, O s iner I'.rooks. C h a r l e s K i s s a m , William
XeUon
ami lack
Saunders,
sophomores;
and William
buie-.
'35.
THREE OF FACULTY
TO ATTEND ALUMNI
REUNI0NJ0M0RR0W
1932 Elects Officers
At Meeting Wednesday
lull..
lister
was
elected
class
a l u m n i c o u n c i l l o r al a m e e t i n g , , i
l b , s e n i o r c l a s s W e d u e s d a i it
i in
r
i 2 n ,,i I l u s t e d h a l l , D o r o t h y
11.ill, c l a s s p i , i d . i i t . a n n o u n c e d . I
a i d W b i s l o i i w a s . l e c l e i l to tile lit.
a n c e b o a r d I,, i, p l a c e W i d r c w l l r i l / ,
w h o ha- r e s i g n , d.
Miss
Mall
Torches.
ap|
Wahei
led the
following
\ud,rson;
an
( . r a c e P a u l , , . a n d I l i . n i . . ' S i i n n i , a,- .
1:1111
D r C e r l r u d e I•'.. D o u g l a s
- gift, A u d i , H I h i t / . . b.nniiaii, b u l l ,
p i n l e s s , , , - , , | b i o l o g y , m i l be g e n e r a l H r e / e e , l o s e p l l i l l e l | , , | l , a n d ( ' l l l ' l l s s
Klltenber
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allernoon,
m ih'e
M i l d r e d S i n i l h w a s a n n o u n c e d ..I o i m g e HI R i c h a r d s o n hall i n , i n 3 : 1 5
Ihe c h a i r m a n
for t h e i„ u
-, n u n
m i l , I 5 nil .,', Ini k, Mis-, M a n i l a I ' m
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, h , n , I . H.nl ni lh. b i n . i n s c h o o l , a n d
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I... nl I \ c h a i r m a n
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In
l l o i i g h i s m i l be a s
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I
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COUNCIL PRESENTS
PLAYERS APRIL 6
Ii\
C o m i n g to the S t a l e - | e r s e y City
T e a c h e r s ' basketball g a m e at a b o u t
7:30, t h e t w o noticed s p a r k s a n d
flames
shooting from the chimney
al t h e r e a r of t h e l a r g e a p a r t m e n t
house.
Nastily they sounded the
a l a r m , a n d firemen a r r i v e d in t i m e
In c o n f i n e t h e d a m a g e t o a s m a l l
area, thereby reducing damage to
a minimum.
IH-'SuK
I l . l l l i r -. 1 in- '
I I I ' , In I. 1 , 1 , , . ,
llitu.
11,1, Il.l l i . i l l .
M . n u m - l i -l
Until. ll.-nli.i
I l l l l U i l .,11, I . n i ( .nil, I <-.. I I , ! , - I I
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11,111, 111.1111, 1. . I I I I C I I , ,
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BASEBALL SEASON
TO OPEN APRIL 30
Alertness Of Two Students
Saves House From Damage
O h ' \')M
(LASS
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues
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il w a s siiei
10.(2 b a n , b
class
Ihat tin el.is
i, tailed in l h
put in h i I I ,
of l ' M I .
SPEAKS
TODAY
Mis
I r a n k l i n D K',,,,-<-., It, w i l
ol
tin e n ,
'. will a d d i i - s
lh
s i n , I , n l s t o d a i in I h e Hernial a s s e m
bll
meeting
al
11 HI , , ' c l u c k ,
La
hel
I
P e a l . I . ' 3 2 . p r e s i d e n t ,-t III
He,
topic
will' lie:
"hdmalu
W o m e n . " Miss IVard said.
( o i n u i i l l t c s will h e a p p o i n t e d I,
M i s s P e a r d a n d a r e p o r t ,,l t h e d e c
t i o l a c o m m i t ! , e will h e p r e s e n t e d
D e a n A n n a !•'.. I ' i e r e e ,
I'resident
A . R, I ' . r t i b a c b e r , a n d M r s . I ' . e r l h a
!•'.. I ' . r i i n n i i r, 'lid, c s . c i i t u ,
scire
l a r y of t h e C o l l e g e a l u m n i a s s o c i a t i o n , u ill al I, n d I h e a n n u a l u i n t i r
r, u n i o n
l u n c h , , -n , ,f t h e a s s o c i a
H o n in X e i v N o r k , i l \ l o m o r r o w
I'm s i , l e n t l l r u b a c h e r will s p e a k . H i s
t o p i c w i l l p r o b a b l y In " I . d u c a t h m
in |- t i n . p e a t . ( , a i m i i,
l,ere,I'. K i . , , ' 3 J . w i l l b e t h e
i i i u l , r g r a d u a l e s p , a k e r at t i n d i n
H e l e n M e a d , ' 3 2 , p r c s i d e n l of
the
dramatic
a id
art
council,
which
is
bringing
the
Abbey
Havers
here
on
Wednesday,
A p r i l ().
DORMITORY FUND
DRIVE NETS $1400
FROM 17 SENIORS
I In a m , a m i p l e d g e d l o t h e r o t
d e n e , b a l l fund by m e m b e r s of l h ,
si n i o r c l a s s h a s r e a c h e d t h e s u n
o i $1 1(1(1, M r s . I l e r t h a I-'., l i r i m m e r
i - M - c u l i i e . s e c r e t a r y of t h e a l u m m
association, announced today Tins I
is a c o m m e n d a b l e s t a r t t o w a r d t i n i
e,.,al
which
other
classes
have
tea, h i d , M r s , llriimner said.
The
p r , \ i, , | l s t w o s e l l i , ,r c l a s s e s h a i e
pledged
in I h e u e i g l i b , . r h o o d
ol
b.velyn
bAinay,
\\S
is
general
$0(1(111 e a c h .
chairman
for Ihe a n n u a l
Spanish
'lh,,-,- seniors win, bay.- pledged e a r n i i a l
which
will b e S a t u r d a y ,
lo t h e d o r m i t o r y fund a n : \ m l i e i i
A p r i l Id, in t h e a u d i t o r i u m of P a g e
llril/.. (ieorce R n e , D o r o t h v
Hall, ball. S h e h a s a p p o i n t e d t h e followSelma
Schlactcr,
b'lorenci
fried
i n g c o m m i t t e e s t o a s s i s t in p r e p man,
Kalhrvn
Belknap,
b'rauces arations
for
the
carnival:
subKeller,
Marion,
l.oimniuir,
As,
c h a i r i n a n , I l e r t h a l l i i h l , '3i;
queen
n a l h V a n I'mren. K e n i i . i h
Miller. c o m m i t t e e ,
Dorothy
Weeks,
\\2,
V e r a I'.uriis, M i c h a e l
brolich,
\u
chairman;
Stella
P u t n a m , '.U, a n d
drey
h'h m e r s ,
I >i i r i s
I l i m n i n g , Aluiira Riiss, ' 3 4 ; a d v e r t i s i n g , Colin
Selma
Situs, Mildred
S m i t h , a n . I b o y , \\.>,, c h a i r m a n ; K a t h e r i u e L i U K o l u - r l a l-.i, r i l l .
p a l r t i k , ' 3 1 , l-.i.-lyn R i c h a n d H e l e n
An, ilhcr
report
tea
u a, ,,n
Rich,
freshmen;
programs,
Dorduet,,I
in
the faculty
r,,,,ui
of o t h y ( i r i l l i n a n d A l i i n a
IreiilleI I r a p e r b a l l v, - I , - r d a v a f t . - r n
i al m a n , s i , p h i , i n u r e s ; t i c k e t s , H a n n a h
4:1(1 ,•', l o c k
Dean \ i i n a I . H e r e ,
P a r k e r a n d K a t h e r i u e I l a n e , so p h a n d M i s l l r i i n n n r w e r e I , - M - ot
v s ; g i f t , W i l h e l i i i i n a S. h . - r a n s ,
EVELYN ESMAY IS
HEAD OF ANNUAL
SPANISH CARNIVAL
lo
t h e i n e l l l b , Is of
th.
senior
Colli
T h e I L . I . I P i c c a d i l l y at 227 W , -I I n u l l , ,- T h e i b a n m a n ..I I be c o m
l h M l l , | H i | | he the bead.pi.n
i n i l I ee a r e b r a u c c s K,-! l e i , M a r j o i i,
,-s , , | t h e m e , l i n e .
j I 0111 m m ; , a n d Is, n n , l h M i l l , i
WAS
Dy special a r r a n g e m e n t with t h e
Irish Free Slate government, t h e
d r a m a t i c s a n d a r t c o u n c i l of S t a t e
college
will
present
the
Abbey
Irish T h e a t e r
Players under the
p e r s o n a l d i r e c t i o n of L e n n o x R o b i n s o n o n W e d n e s d a y , A p r i l 6, a t
two
performances,
Helen
Mead,
'32, p r e s i d e n t of t h e c o u n c i l , a n nounced todav.
T h e first p e r f o r m a n c e w i l l b e a t 3:3(1 o ' c l o c k , t h e
s e c o n d at 8:45 o' c l o c k .
Both perf o r m a n c e s w i l l b e in t h e I ' a g e h a l l
auditorium.
At
the afternoon
performance,
the
Abbey
players
will
present
"The Whitehead'ed
H o y " by L e n nox
Robinson
and "Calhleen
in
H o l l i h a n " b y W i l l i a m li. Y e a t s ; a t
the evening p e r f o r m a n c e , " P l a y b o y
of t h e W e s t e r n W o r l d " a n d " R i d e r s to t h e S e a , " b o t h b y J o h n M .
Svnge.
T i c k e t s will be a d o l l a r , a n d a
dollar a n d a hall for b o t h
afternoon
and evening
performances.
T h e y m a v be o b t a i n e d from
branres
McMahon,
\l\
or
Thclma
Sinilh, '31. ( ' h e c k s a r e payable lo
Miss Smith,
l-aclt s t u d e n t will b e
given an o p p o r t u n i t y
to exchange
his l a x t i c k e t f o r a "ticket for o n e
,.f t h e t w o p , r f . i r n i a n c e s .
Those
wishing lo attend both, m a y do so
by p u r c h a s i n g
another
ticket
at
full p r i c e f o r t h e o t h e r
performance, Miss M e a d said.
MUST FILE CARDS
SPEAKER
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l i g h t s , W illiam
Nils,,,,, ' 3 1 . dancing, Marion Mlecliier'e
Hill
be a f a c i l i t y
.Hint
again i l n - w a r . W o - l-.,,i.,i . a i d
Class Of 1931 Presents Tower Clock
Monday Musical Club
To Be Placed In Dome Of Page Hall Will Present "Carmen"
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In r a t . - w i t h i n 30 sci
Is a u i o i i t h o f ! d e s i g n a t i n g t h e n a m e s o f t h e h a l l s ,
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Mi,a,la.
Mrs.
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llliss;
and
bscamilla,
Richard
b'isher
T h e c h o r u s will be c o m p o s e d of m e m b e r s of t h e c l u b .
Admission
lifl> c e n t s .
for
students
will
be
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N. Y., MARCH 11, 1932
2
State College N e w s
Established by the Class of 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for Teachers
THE
GEORGE
P.
NEWS
5-9373
BOARD
RICE
Editor-in-Chief
PROMPT ACTION
6.A.A. TO CONDUCT
DINNER ON FRIDAY
TIic s t u d e n t council h a s s h o w n itself p r o m p t , n o t
o n l y in m e e t i n g e x i s t i n g p r o b l e m s of t h e s t u d e n t
a s s o c i a t i o n , h u t also In l o o k i n g sufficiently far into
t h e future to handle such p r o b l e m s a s may come up
I t s r e c o m m e n d a t i o n s for i n c r e a s i n g t h e possibilities of faculty-student c o n t a c t s a r c good o n e s a n d
t h e s t u d e n t association a c t e d wisely in a d o p t i n g
them Friday.
T h e need for College s o n g s for use at informal
g a t h e r i n g s is a n o t h e r r e q u i r e m e n t of long s t a n d i n g
w h i c h is n o w well oil t h e w a y t o satisfaction.
Miss Moore To Be Chairman;
Awards To Be Announced
At Annual Affair
The annual winter award dinner and
frolic of the Girls' Athletic association
will be conducted Friday night in the
Page Hall, 131 South Lake Avenue, 6-6.182
cafeteria of llusted hall, Llizabeth
Jackson, '.32, president of C. A. A,,
J N DEI'-ENSE or HIKIV:•:«;
ANDREW A. Hums
Managing
Editor
announced today.
Katherine Moore,
LINCOLN T H E U N K N O W N
201 North Lake Avenue, 5-1611
\U, is general chairman for the dinner.
Awards will he announced al this
dinner for those who have earned letAttacks on Herbert Hoover.
By Arthur
HELEN ROHEL
Finance
Manager The Strange
Train. T h e John Hay Company.
New York. 51
ter credit in the sports on the winter
Chi Sigma Theta, 215 Partridge Street, 6-6126
schedule of the association, and honpages. $1.0.).
orary varsities will be named, Miss
As a m e m b e r of t h e team d e b a t i n g the question
AEVINA R. L E W I S
Associate Managing
Editor
Jackson
said. Miss Isabelle Johnston,
of Hoover's reelection, I came across interesting
206 Western Avenue, 4-1839
instructor in physical education, will
evidence for a n d a g a i n s t his candidacy.
Much of
announce the awards.
The winter
the available articles c o n s i s t e d of w h a t is c o m m o n l y
BERNARD S. KERUKI
Associate Managing
Editor called "yellow j o u r n a l i s m . " Il w a s s h o c k i n g in consport schedule included basketball,
57 Elberon Place
howling, swimming, and outing club.
tent, p u r p o r t i n g t o give inside information on t h e
life of t h e P r e s i d e n t .
It w a s s u p p o r t e d by facts
Committees which will assist Miss
which seemed a u t h e n t i c e n o u g h for even the most
Moore a r e : dinner, Louise Wells, '34.
credulous.
K a t h e r i n e M o o r e , '33, w h o is chairman; F.lizabeth Skau and CathSENIOR ASSOCIATE EOITORS: Ruth lln-zee, Vera llurns, Fiances
T h e b o o k by Mr. T r a i n is a n impartial a n d u n g e n e r a l c h a i r m a n for I h e a n n u a l erine Sinunerer, sophomores; and
Keller, and Bessie Levine. JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Harriet biased defense of H e r b e r t H o o v e r .
Valentine Keutowich, ' 3 5 ; entertainIt is a frank
winter award dinner of the (iirls'
Dunn, Laura Styn, and Maragaret Service. DESK EUITORSMarion Howard, Hannah Parker, and firenfell Rand, sophomores. a n d conclusive reply t o his a t t a c k e r s w h o are now
\ t h h t i c associ itt; n to be I rid ay ment, May belle Matthews, '34. chairman;
Mr.rjorie Morion and Isabel
REPORTERS: Luisa Lglesias, Rose Kantor, Carolyn Kramers, Ruth Hooding t h e c o u n t r y with m i s r e p r e s e n t i n g s t o r i e s
night.
Putnam, llessie Simmons, Hilda Smith, and Ed I til Iepper junHewitt, j u n i o r s ; and Mary Moore.
iors; Virginia Ahajian, Celia llisliop, Diane Bpcliner, Hild» and malicious d i s t o r t i o n of fact.
'34;
arrangements,
Marion Tauguey,
Bookheim, Eleanor Contain, Katherme Cunneen, Helen Dohertv,
T h e true story of H o o v e r ' s connection with Ihe
Jane Doocey, Marion Mleczek, Mary Moore, Marilyn Kosenl.ee ,-,
'3.1, chairman.
Almira Kuss, lletty Salesc, Katherme Simmons. I helma Smith, C h i n e s e Kngiuccrhig a n d Mining C o m p a n y is given DRAMATICS CLASS
\\ aitresses, Katherine Van \ alkcnliessie Stetkar, Mary Lou Walther, Katherine Wilkins, and Eliza- here, a version quite different from t h e account
beth Zuend, sophomores. CIRCULATION MANAOIR: 1-ranees M,y...r, given in the American F r e e m a n . T h i s hitter pubbnrg. '.^i.1!. c h a i r m a n ; publicity, bvclvn
'32.
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS: Mary Doherty and Je.n
TO
PRESENT
PLAY
Kick and Helen Rich, freshmen ; and
lication
h
a
s
run
"slave
t
r
a
d
e
editions"
in
which
Watkins, juniors. BUSINESS STAFF: Jean Craigmile, Marguerite
Lisa
Kjolseth,
'34; d e c o r a t i o n - ,
Cruichley, and Katharine Hang, sophomores.
s h o c k i n g a n d ' libellous s t a t e m e n t s , injurious to t h e
IN NEXT MEETINGBertha Buhl, '.'i.\ c h a i r m a n , and Minr e p u t a t i o n of t h e President a n d American business,
nie McXickle, '34: and clean-up. Rose
have been published.
Dabrusin, '35, c h a i r m a n ; F.sll.tr Row
I'.very A m e r i c a n a n d every t h i n k i n g student ought
The last one-act play to he pre- land, Lucille H i r s c h , and C l a d y s R,,to get hold of this book before passing j u d g m e n t
barge,
freshmen.
sented by members of the advanced
Published every Friday in the college year by the Editorial on Mr. H o o v e r ' s fitness for a second turn in the
dramatics class will be given in
Board repre-ennng the Student Association. Suli.-c,ipniins, 5,2.2.-, W h i t e H o u s e .
per year, single copies, ten cents. Delivered anywhere in Un11:10 assembly. Friday, March IK.
united Stales. Entered as second class matter al post office,
Lincoln Hie I'nknown, by Dale Carnegie. ( T h e Century according to I .sable .1. I'eard, 'M,
president
of the sludenl association.
Company.)
The plav, a fantasy is directed hv
The Winchells and the Meltons and the Tihbctts, Helen Silver, \\2. Tlie cast includes.
grandiose characters of the air, challenged oblivion for Marcia Cold, Mildred Quick, j u n i o r s ;
•ily endorse sentiments expressed their little moment and were lost in eternity.
Hetty Cregory, and William Jones,
The News do. s not lie
in contribution*. No communications will be printed unless tin
freshmen.
T h e committees which
writers' names arc left with the Editor-nit Inef ot the -NEWS
They came through ihe loudspeaker unnoticed, and
Anonyiuily will be preserved if so desired. The Xl.ws does uol went unheard. Because Lincoln, who suffered over- were appointed by Miss Silver a r e .
C.tll
sets,
Bertha
Buhl, \\S. properties. Is
gu.i
whelming domestic infelicity while lacing unparalleled
abel llevvilt, '.i.l, and costumes and
national discord, was present compressed within the
^ ^ ^ y g o e T
makeup, Ruth Brezee, '.12.
narrow confines of one small vivid hook.
It was Hale Carnegie's own story of Lincoln's life, a
\1 this lime of the year n is usual
PRINTED HY HAMII.ION PRINTING COMPANY, ALIIANY, NEW YORK story breathless as fiction, accurate as painstaking refor the advanced dramatic classes to
search could make il. Xolhing labored about it, not even
exhaust ils supply of powerful and
the effort that brought it forth, though that had occagripping dramas. T h e two produclh K. A. M.
sioned reading through scores (all tabulated) ol" the
tions 'hues,lav night, however, made
0,01)0 hooks heretofore written afoul the (ireat F.manci
Congratulations,
R o g e r . — B a n - valient attempts lo keep the stand
Albany, X- Y. pator. Carnegie e\cn made a trip to the grave of Ann
Vol. XVI. No. 2D
Mar. 11, 1932
of the class on the same high
arils
croft is t h e scoring ace for t h e basRntledgc, that early sweetheart whose death set Lincoln k e t b a l l team. 69 p o i n t s in 6 g a m e s level thai it reached in the he-gin
upon the thorny highway to martyrdom,
ning
of
the year.
is a fine r e c o r d for a n y o n e t o posThe
audience
was pariiculai Iv
T h i s is the whole story- of Lincoln's life without foolISSUE EDITORS
Tl'ie Purple and Cold should have pleased with the delight full) novel
notes and without doctuncnicd proof, whether he sneezed
slage
pictures
in
the
fanlasv lit fact,
on such and such a day or whether he wrote the Cetlys a fine season n e s t w i n t e r . All the
burg address on an envelope.
boys will be back a n d a r c sure to Marjorie l.ongmuir focused so much
ALVINA R. LEWIS, '33
the
setting,
thai at
attention
upon
The author shades nothing, nor dwells long anywhere, p r o v i d e keen o p p o s i t i o n for a n y
lion and interpretation were quite forand when one gels through he is left intrigued, unsatisfied, team the m a n a g e m e n t m a y sign up.
BERNARD S. KERBEL, '33
gotten, I loltahl Benedict, the p, Seven g a m e s w o n o u t of nine is
wishing Ihe work was three volumes instead of one.
455 Elk Street
AUDREY
FLOWERS
Advertising
Manager
BOOKS:
STATE'S
SfACE.
SPORT SHOTS
Hill once through, too, one has the high-spots of Lin a real a c h i e v e m e n t . E v e r y m a n o n his In si work in the short , on, i-,coin's life, and a dramatic ensemble of the most tragic t h e S t a t e squad is t o b e c o n g r a t u lated for t h e plucky spirit which
figure in American history.
lense characterization of \udrcv Sid
CIGARETTES AGAIN
Carnegie begins at the beginning even before the w a s s h o w n t h r o u g h o u t t h e season. livan's i- not iiukiiovv n lo us. I', r
T h e J o h n Marshall, Lowell T e x
beginning, for he recounts Ihe background of Lincoln's
baps for the petulant and the Ian
mother, the illegitimate daughter of a \ irginia planter. tile, Brooklyn l ' o l y l c r h n i e institute, gllisbilig. golden haired pi nice--, a
C o o p e r I'iiii.ii, and Mnntclair con
pi.sill
Helloes of M a l e ' s jji.urn
. .Li r
uitr of 1930 wt-i Then he travels from Kentucky to Illinois, presenting
the conquest ol youthful auihilii
\ c r deceitful c u e , ] , lesls were live ol the hard, -I lotighl U l l l l | , | have been more appiopri.,1
til'•"Ulests
eve,seen
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lion, pitiful poverty
thai a new editor-in-chief a n d ' hoard had been s,
ll
1 r m l
I will, lh, ,-areless and rhvllinuc eia
lected for the Bulletin of H u n t e r college.
Lincoln, inspired, surmounts the insults to his inothci, "'-' ' "
Did you k n o w t h a t s e v e r a l of o u r thai K Bill Nelson's, we should m
Tin- original g r o u p r e i g n e d when the policic- ,,i
bankrupt, runs for olhce, is Heeled, rcdi/es his shorl- a l u m n i basketball l e t t e r m e n c o n - ourselves viewing a givalt i m
the . ( h i , , I would no longer lie tolerated by the ad
sirler t h e 1931-32 q u i n t e t a s o n e of "i plavs with prologues T h , u , , |
coniings,
icheated
in
love,
in
learning,
in
friendship
and
nimistral M.II. C i g a r c l l e a d v e r t i s i n g caused her (h AMI
the fairest if not the fastest five that
dv, p l a v d hv I „,l„ I II,
fall.
Il was fell by s,,nie that c i g a r e t t e advertis d e c i d e s h e w i l l C o m m i t s u i c i d e .
o u r school has ever h a d ?
ill bad •-. ,111, dull, uhv
i, lie,
T h i n he meets M a n Todd and uhal he has suffered
ilig was delritnenlal In tlie welfare of ihe s t u d e n t iug ihat -he was past th, "Ll,,..,,,
T h e edilor refused to imperil the financial l a n d i n g in Ihe past i-, nothing to u h a l he -mi', is theii'-elorth
votith", when sh, in id. I
mi, i
of the paper by eliminating these ads A forced Where previoiislv he had drifted along, taking i,pp,,rlu
i nil.ilices and , s u resignation followed,
nines as ihe\ came, he ll,,w iiiu-l .ichii v e nothing I,
Y W. C. A. Collects $70
\\ c iiui-i cougratiilale Mis. II, u m
than the Whin- I I,,use, because his insane spouse desires
upon her abililv l,, ,-ring, and vv,, i
It seem- a rather unwise policj for a n ) admini
il M a n Todd came ,,f rich, illustrious parents and a
From
Sales
Of
Candy
so beautifully. The " e s l i a " pall • ,.i
stration to follow. ' I b i s s e a r particularly, c o n t r a i l school in Ihe Last she couldn'l gel alone u u b her Lunik
Ihe viobuisl and tin tw,, euaid
a d v c r l i s i u g is of great i m p o r t a n c e to ihe tullcgi and lh ,1 I,, rel.uivi s in Spriuglu hi She loved I loitglas.
Were can i, ,| out vv ilh a lh in i Ii thai
who Honied her, and she p u k . d I i n c h l because he
>eveu , unplele shi| menls ,,| cauilv I " ' ^ >'< I1"'•" nlaliv, ,,l th, I. I,an
pclidcd upon for their usual ipiola ol -pace, and n presented lo her the onb other spimghoard ihai wuiih1
vi !,.,ii n-ceived and „,ld hv the \ " ' ! '
>' l i il is to tin I.ii ee national ad\ ci II-.IT-, that ihe vault In i into the , nun, n,e he crav, d
ning Women's Christian o-.,„i , ! ' " lln .ecoiid plav ,,l lie ,
u
harasseil busim ss m a n a g e r s look.
Il is true thai
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its speed, t arllegie tells that I incoln haled his I'alll, l
way llu'ii in,,-! othet o r g a n i z a t i o n s
I'.ut national
la \ \
Iv'iiss '34 chairin.i
' ' " ' l ' L n i : ' s | u l l h | w " v " ' «< ••
and refused lo alien,I his funeral; Lincoln's first winter
iilicttl tod,,v
I acb .oiisig
cut is Stale's -lag, and ., ,„ uioin, i
I In
advertising agi m ii , w ill not semi material of othi i
in Indian i was pass. ,1 in an open s l i d bis father had
hi,,| ,,| $]l|
I poise ,,l the a, l o r , and th, ,1,1, ,h
firms null -s lli, t o b a n o a d s a r e a n , pled, loo. 'I he
i h i o u n up as a domicile, I in,,.hi was i
duel, k Ian
recti
I Mis- Buhl ..in ,,l i!„ pi iv
Si.\
a NEW - ,nI\erlising staff knows lhis fr
lied
lh,
paiiilulk honest ; I incoln protested sl.iwrv ,,uk ulu n
lo run •.in, oihk and with,ail a hi. .il.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N. Y., MARCH 11, 1932
FOUR W H O ATTEND PRESS CONVENTION
NEWS DELEGATION
ATTENDS MEETING
Brains Rather Than Beauty
Are Featured By University
Chicago—(IP)—The
editorial
staff o f t h e D e P a u l i a i i , a n n u a l o f
the Dc Paul University here, has
d o n e a w a y with a tradition by subs t i t u t i n g f o r its c a m p u s b e a u t i e s
s e c t i o n a s e c t i o n w h i c h will i n c l u d e
t h e p i c t u r e s a n d w r i t e - u p s o f five
students
distinguished
for
their
a c h i e v e m e n t s in s c h o l a r s h i p , a t h tics, social activities, a n d c a m p u s
activities.
Press Convention Will Have
New York Journalists
As Group Heads
flv G E O R G E
EDITOR, STATI
P . R I C K , '32
I'm.i I , ; I NKWS
M u s t of t h e w o r k of t h e c o n v e n t i o n
will be p l a n n e d a n d e x e c u t e d in t h e
small round table groups which are
h e a d e d by p r o m i n e n t N e w Y o r k j o u r n a l i s t s , a s w e l l a s a f e w of t h e m e m b e r s of t h e b o a r d of t h e S p e c t a t o r ,
the
undergraduate
daily.
These
groups, divided into editorial a n d business sections, h a w scheduled discussinus on almost every problem
that
c a n a r i s e o n h i g h s c h o o l or c o l l e g e
publication.
MISS VAN DENBURGH
ANNOUNCES HONOR
MARKS FOR 1931-32
(Continued
from paye 1, column I)
C L A S S O l ' 19,54
///(,//
IIOXOR
Clippci'ly, Klhel
Sallach, Esther
I'uzpatrick, Alice
Wells, Evelyn
Rogers, William
HONOR
Ahajian, Virginia
Lnftus, Gertrude
A m . a t , Renwick
Mach, Theresa
Asikis, Gus
Mahinev, Sara
lleiie.licl, Donald
Noon, Ellen
llrnwn. Catherine
(>sborn, l.eltie
ll-cki
n, Madolvn Kicciaidi, I'hilip
I held, k a l h a i i n c '
Seigler, Zclma
Dm,in,,. Anlhonv
Slinrev, Genevieve
Kaliin, lessie
Sininierer, Catherine
Imwlcr. Wi'liur
Sishower, Eunice
Gmilil, Lena
Van Welv, Harriet
Grainer. Dorothv
Welch, Marian
Hang, Kathrvn
Wells, !•'.. Louise
lasper. Aarcu'i
Zuend, Klizabeth
J.,ncs, Pauline
C L A S S Oh" 19.55
mc,n
IIO.XOR
l'clunel, Edna
Minion. Null,
l-'ricnd, h u m
« right, Edna
11 OX OR
Anvs, Anna
I...der, l.i.raine
III.in.I.erg. Louis
l.i.Kan, Saiah
llr.iwn, Imicl
Ncaland, Oerlrude
Hums, f l o u n c e
Paul. Ihurs
Carrara, /.en..hi,i
Railed v, R..licit
C M , i . Helen
Shea, Marion
l'uil,,lst,in, Ruth
Steliner, Clara
St..iv, Ocurge
C'.ilhcrger, Mi t.ui
llaiuelin, Pea,I
I ml.lad, Emilia
Mariuiaii. l i e - , , T . u p e \ , William
llawes, lulin
I ynieson, M;
II..ran. I .In.i
Wcltcrau, Margaret
llurlbut, Einilv
\ \ Phi-it, G e r l m d e
K e n , Margaret
\ . . t i n . Ruth
Kuelin, Dorothv
M i s s K a t h e r i u e W h e e l i n g , h e a d of
the
Knglish
Department
at
Milne
High
school, a r r i v e d
this
morning
w i t h e i g h t d e l e g a t e s f r o m M i l n e Hi•-'•
A p r o g r a m of d i n n e r s a n d e n t e r t a i n
m e m h a s been a r r a n g e d for t h e visiti n g d e l e g a t e s by t h e h o s t . A f o r m a "
d a n c e will b e c o n d u c t e d
tomorrow
night.
All of t h e S t a t e c o l l e g e d e l e g a t e s will i
hi t h e Kiit-.ts o l t h e \ c w i r l . b r a n c h |
of t h e a l u m n i a s s o c i a t i o n
Saturday
n o o n at d i n n e r in t h e I I n t e l l ' i c a d i l l y .
T h e c o n v e n t i o n will c l o s e S a t u n k o
a f t e r n o o n , a n d t h e d e l e g a t i o n will r e turn Simdaj night.
%r
SENIORS TO PLAY
JUNIORS TO-NIGHT
IN LEAGUE GAME
f o u r s u d o r m e m b e r s of t h e h o a r d of t h e S T A T E t o i i i o i . N E W S , w h o
a r e a t t e n d i n g t h e a n n u a l C o l u m b i a p r e s s c o n v e n t i o n in N e w Y o r k
city this w e e k - e n d
A b o v e G e o r g e R i c e , editor-in chief; a n d A u d r e y
Flowers, advertising manager; below, Helen Rohel,
finance
man
auer, and A n d r e w Hritz, m a n a g i n g editor.
T i n s e n i o r s will m e e t t h e junic irs
in t h e final n a m e of t h e - e a s o n t o
d e c i d e t h e l e a d e r s h i p of t h e i n t r a
m u r a l l e a g u e , a t 7:M) o ' c l o c k
to
n i g h t in t h e g y m n a s i u m of
Page
hall.
Al p r e s e n t , t h e - e n i m lead
Willi four; s i e t o r i e - . , b u t a j u n i o r
victory tonight
will p r e c i p i t a t e a
iie.
I n t h e i r first c o n t e s t , t h e 'M
quintet
emerged
victorious
by a
s c o r e of 14-1.!. T h e j u n i o r s l o s t t o
the
sophomore:,
and
freshman
t e a m s in t h e i r first g a m e s of t h ,
season, hut have since a\enge<l the
defeats.
In a s e c o n d
game, the sophom o r e s w i l l c l a s h w i l h t h e I n -liiiu-ll
for
third
place
honors
in
the
league.
T h e '.15 q u i n t e t
won the
first g a m e b e t w e e n t h e t w o c l a s s e s
by a c l o , e s c o r e .
lll'sl
read
poetry
lo
j
| O V s
II
U.il.lu l a e o l . S h a n k m a n , . | i h e ( ,,i
srl'dlnc
Sviugogu,
in
I t , , ' , , wi
•peah
I
c I h e \ l , uoi-ah
,
I
S i i u d . o u i g h l .,i K nil ,,', | , „ k in ll
I o i i u g , ,,f K i e h a r . U o i i h a l l T h e siil
Jeel of III, h e l l i r , will In " / :
ih,
\ n o p e n I . n u n a n d di eiissi,,
g o , u p will l o l h . w
Smite
pods
are
richer
than
o t h e r s in m e e t i n g m o o d s a n d c o m
p l e l i n i ; e x p e r i e n c e s of o t h e r s ,
|
T h e poets, d i s c i t s h e d by t h e c r i m p
'were: John
Krai-,
Robert
I'ruM,
| Alfred
Lord
Tinn\s,ni,
kuperl
I Brooke,
hiuih
Dickinson,
Amv
I I ...well, |..vce ' Kilmer, Carl
Sand
I burg, and Wall
Whitman.
III
III
111
Ills)
/ . la
Gain
< H'licers of t h e S l a t e L e t t e r c l u b ,
m e n ' s a t h l e t i c . . r g a n i / a l i. m , w e r e
e l e c t e d ill t h e m e e t i n g , c o n d u c t e d
T h u r s d a y n o o n , M a r c h .1. T h e v a r e :
Lloyd
Moreland,
\\2,
presidi-nl;
(iilbert
D e L a u r a , '.ki, v i e e - p r e s i
dent;
iisnier
Brooks,
\U,
secre
l a r y ; C h a r l e s K i s s a m , 'M, t r e a s u r er;' C l a r e n c e A. I lidley,
assistant
p r o f e s s o r of h i s t o r y ; R i c h m o n d I I
R u t l a n d , p r o f e s s o r ,,f l . d u c a l i , , u ,
and
Rulhford
Baker,
each,
are
h o n o r a r y i n e i n b e r s of t h e c l u b .
Lour m o r e Senior, have obtainc
leaching positions this week, a c c o n
ii.u p . I'r. . l e s s o r
lohn
M
Savle
,,„,] ,,i
T r i a l \ o l II
'sinned a c m
Louise Durki
•ieiice a n d c
H'acl t o I
m e n i,,l siihjei Is ill t h e S t r a t f o r d e c u
n-al s c h o o l , A h e r e \ n i . , l d II I oppittg
M
ma
\ | .. H
, ,I;,,u, ,i,i, |I ,,
i, U ] | | u , „ | , ,.,„
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ere, at I , , M e , k i l l
H e l e n U n r u l i e r lias s i g n e d a e n
a, I t o l e a . i i h o m e e c o n o m i c s al T e l
, , „ • , ! , a c a d e i m in b r a n k l i n v i l l e .
| s . II. \
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M a r i o n ( 1,1 I
III,I M a r i o n
I h . u n c s , '.il,
k.illu-rine
. e n d g u e s t s at ill, IS, la M . n e a r , n i l
s o i o r i t i h,,us, recenllv.
I' m u l i s h
I ra\ei
\\.
\ M , m ws,
VIII
All.leu,
C
led
shall
.,,„! complete sllpervi,
I be
Aihletic
Council
shall
7) C h a p e l St., A l l i u m
iff
need
Ifuclwrs
for «/»point in fills at all seasons
of
the year.
If rite for
infof
motion
or coll ot tin'
office.
full,
( .ubieties
have com-
XI
'I be Athletic Council shall eleel manager
fin the several sports h,.in name- submitted b) the Coach of that Sport, which elecli,,n d u l l be final and such maiiageis are
responsible lo the Athletic Council.
(Continual
mi /,,!,/,• /. ,,,/in.oi 2)
ISoblmig
Permanent
\ \ ' u \ ing
ut P o p u l a r
I
J
I.U N . I'i Mil
I),,,l s -tj.il
I'iniicr
I-sidies' dresses uiul coats cleaned for $1
PHONE 8-0273
Typical
Tea Special
S,,r,,l
und M u r e d
Waving
J
J I'. M—
- /'.
M.
30c
Toasted Three Decker Sandwich
('ream Cheese, Jelly and Pecans
I'ri
11 N . PitMII S i .
Dial 3 JC.J-'
Si
with
Tea
Chocolate
i;,-u,lnii
Albany
Teachers' \«enc>
have
Ihe Albleiic Council shall in-lruci ll
anage, ,,l a m ,p,,rt as l,, ihe u-anis
' scheduled .Mid ,ucll ilisliuclloii , | e
) SUA MADISON A V.
will he l o e a l e d at
w i l l tea,I
Keep Beautiful at Pal lad i no's !
I Ian
s
Collee
\\.
Mieinbi
AMERICAN CLEANERS & DYERS
Teaching
Posts For Next Year
H S U
, .,,-,,1 N ,,
in, H I
RABBI TO SPEAK
IV
The Athletic Council shall have regular monthly meetings from October to
lime inclusive.
V
The meetings ol the Athletic Council
are open to any member „( the ,Indent
Iv, faculty, oi alumni of New Vork S,., : e
College for Teachers, Inn only th,,,,- who
ire inc.i.her, of the Council may debate.
VI
All c,,mmiiuic.il...-a, to the Council by
..n> pel sun, per-on,, ,,r organization must
he made in writing and deposit-,! with
Ihe Secretary to the Council. Such coini.uincai
will he read by ihe Secretary
.1 the n.-M meeting ..I the Council after
pri-scntaiioii and will be debated at the
n e t meeting after a formal reading.
VII
All official decisions ..I the Athletic
Council shall be made In a majority of
iug
j
h e ' Sett'lOU
nur'es
Ml s . u d e n l s u l e , e n t e r e d S t a t e c . L 1 ^ ' , . ' ^ J ' " ' ^ J ^ ' l i X ' i .
lee, in l - e b r u a n at t h e b e t i i l i n i i i g o l ] , „ , . , , . , , , , .
,,,, |j,mh.,l
| , ,„ , | u ,
" " • " ' ' < ' " ' " 1 D n i e s t e r , a n d all o i l i e r , , , . , , ;, , . U l . , | s , , , , , M | n , , , , , . , , , , . ,
s l u d e u l s , w i n . h.iM not t a k e n t h , r,
11,111, r.. i, b a n d t o , \ p e r i e n c e ., | „ „ - i ' .
hi ll.
If u , h a v e I h e
•Us,'
111
testp e i s o n n , I d e p a r t m e n t ..I t h e I • . 1 1 . " . , i , , , v , , , , „ , ,
j
II' poW,
o ' c l o c k in r o o m ..'ll o l U i e h a r d - ' o l i hall ; " s ^ ' , ^,',''','11 • m e , , ,
lo l a k e a in,do u p | e s |
'
I h i , test will he l i b c i , u n d e r
ARK RECENT GUESTS
sup«-r\isi
i l l r I l i / a h e i h II \l
dep.nl
III
I'piui his appointment, and at tho lirst
meetinit of each scholastic year thereafter,
the Chairman shall nominate an official
-.ccrciaiv to the Athletic Council whose
duty il will be to keep a complete rec.rd of all official discussions and votes of
Ihe Council meetings, regu'ar and special.
Ihe Secretary In the Athletic Council
shall not have tlie- right to vote nor the
privilege of debate.
Patronize the
may
Dr. Morris To Conduct
tl.il
Examinations Tomorrow | ;;''* *™^\\'"['" V'^'uV'.W.','1,'1. d d e l
ihe personnel
II
The evofncio men.hers have the right
of debate, but do not have the right to
I'll.-
Miss Peltz Says In Discussion Group
I'oelry
has
sustaining
power
m i n e i n t i m a t e t h a n p r o s e ; a real
friendship
w i l l ) p o r t s is o p e n t o
any
o n e by sharing
the p..el's
mood,
Miss C a t h e r i n e
I'eltz, ins l r u c t . i t ' in Kngli.-di, t o l d a g r o u p of
s t u d e n t s T u e s d a y a f t e r n o o n at t h e
discussion - c u p conducted by the
V o t i n g W o m e n ' s C h r i s t i a n a.ssocia
The
new constitution
of
the
men's athletic council has been a p p r o v e d b y P r e s i d e n t A. R. B r u bacher and Myskania, senior hono r a r y society, with hut t w o m i n o r
changes.
T h e constitution
now reads as
follows:
I
The Athletic, Council shall consist of
seven votiiiK members and exofneio member* as hereinafter described. T h e vetmg members are two, named by the I'rcsidettl ..I the College from the faculty, each
to serve a term of two years, the member
older MI point nf service acting as Chairman of the Council and retiring from office in the odd calendar y e a r s ; and five
s t u d e n t s : two each from 'the Senior and
lunior classes and one from the Sophomore class, to be elected by the members
of each class. Tile ex-officio members arc
the Coach of Athletics and the m a n a g e r
..f the sport or sports for the current
Moreland Is President
linal,
For New Letter Club!'
"Poetry Is More Intimate Than Prose/'
'\\'c
an,I d u e , I
Myskania and Dr. Brubacher
Approve Charter of Men's
Athletic Organization
B r a i n s , t h e e d i t o r i a l staff e x p l a i n e d in m a k i n g t h e c h a n g e , a r e
far m o r e i m p o r t a n t t h a n beauty,
especially
for a college
student,
and it w a s felt m o r e a p p r o p r i a t e
to h o n o r t h e b r a i n y s t u d e n t s t h a n
:he p r e t t y c o - e d s .
Columbia University, N e w York
C i t y , M a r c h 10. O u r d e l e g a t i o n y e s t e r d a y j o i n e d o v e r 15011 s t u d e n t s w h o
o p e n e d t h e first s e s s i o n of t h e s e v e n t h
annual Columbia Scholastic Press association convention.
All d e l e g a t e s
a s s e m b l e d in J o h n J a y h a l l o n t h e
campus here.
COUNCIL ACCEPTS
NEW CONSTITUTION
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lujor in Smart St>k-s. V m will enjoj seeing
te new spring hats, touts, dresses and hosiery
J
ntisnal Models Low Prices lli^h Values, t
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sri;i:i i<i. H K O T I I K K S
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UL[ ttlcorrrn at Quail
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N. Y., MARCH 11, 1932
TENNIS PROGRAM
TO BEGIN MAY 4
Authors, Poets Are Guests
At Bookstore During Year
This year is an eventful one in
the history of the College Co-operative book- store, as it begins a
record of all great personalities
who will visit the College henceforth.
The book shop's guest book contains the compliments of Countcc
Ciillen who visited the College
the morning after his speech at
the Albany Institute of History and
Art. It is a selection from his
poem "For John Keats, Apostle
of Beauty":
"Not writ in water, nor in mist,
Sweet lyric throat, thy name.
Thy singing lips that cold death
kissed
Have seared his own with flame."
Miss Fay intends to ask Dorothy
Lathrop of Albany to sign the
book; and on her next trip to New
York city, she will endeavor to
obtain the signatures of Christopher Morley, and May Lambcrton
Becker, who were here last November.
St. Stephens College Will Be
State's First Opponent;
Veterans to Play
By
KENNETH
ot'oRTS
MILLER, '32
EDITOR, T H E N E W S
The State college net men will open
tlie tennis program for the year when
they face the tennis squad from St.
Stephen's college on May 4 at Ridgefield park.
The schedule, as announced by Jack
SarofF, '32, manager of tennis, is as
follows:
May 4—St. Stephen's at Ridgcfiekl
park
May 6—Ithaca college for Physical
Education at Ridgetield park
May 13—University of Vermont at
Burlington, Vermont
May 14—St. Michael's college at
VVinooski park, Vermont
May 21—Pending at Ridgefield parkMay 2&—Ithaca college for Physical
Education at Ithaca
The return of all the veterans from
last year's squad which defeated the
University of Vermont, the Albany
college of Pharmacy, and tied Hamilton, promises a fine net outfit this
season.
Captain Carl Tarbox, and Sanford
Levenstein, '33, captain of last year's
team a r e two of the veterans who
will be seen on tlie courts this year.
Both Tarbox and Levenstein won
seven out of the ten intercollegiate
matches in which they participated
last year. Other experienced players
include Vincent
Melcski, Gordon
Hughes, Anthony Sroka, and manager SarofT, seniors.
Several freshmen are expected to
t r y out for t h e team. T h e y include:
Clifford Rail, Wilfred Allard, Louis
B l u m b e r g , Samuel Spcctor, and
C a r l t o n Coulter.
Dr. Donnal V. Smith, assistant professor of history, will speak to a group
of students in the Lounge of Richardson ball Tuesday afternoon at 4:15
o'clock as the third in the series of
informal talks and discussions being
conducted under the supervision of
the Young Women's Christian association, Asenath Van Buren, '.12, president of the Y. \\ . C. A„ said today.
Dr. Smith will speak on "Traditions
and College Spirit". Miss Catherine
1'eltz instructor in English, spoke
Tuesday on "Modern Poetry". T h e
first in the series of talks was given
Tuesday, March 1, by Dr. Elizabeth
H. Morris, assistant professor of education, on "Personality".
-lull he nia.li- In individual, reciliiiienile.l
hv tlie t'.mcli,
XIII
Ih,- Athletic Ci.tiiu-il -ball iletei mine
all award, thai are In he made.
XIV
The Athletic C m . n i l ran II,,! (|iie-li,,n
the m
lenda
i- in, award made b \
I lie O.ach. The v,,ie H I -iieh award- it„ he made wuh.-ul dehale.
XV
Ih,- Athletic Ciinu-il shall advi-e ihe
Coach in mailer- i,crlainin K t„ el.-uihilin in' player- and le K anllll K ecllcral atllle'lic noliei, -. I he Coach -hall have full
mill,oiio in methods, -tvle of | , h n , |,lavei
-election', and a - i e n ni.-nl.
XVI
Oue-tion- of aibletic p.,lic\ which IIKIN
ari-"e when the Athlelic, C o i n . .1 i- IK.'I
in session -hall be decided bv the Coach,
who will, if |,o,-ihle, con-illl the Chairman
of the Council before making a ,lcciXVII
Afler . i d , lie in Ilu- name "f ihe A l l ,
let). Council. Ihe Coach -o a i l i i l i ; will
m.ikc a men,,,i,null
I - m h .1,1
al
ome mi,I foiwaol - m h e
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ih,- So i d a n lo ihe Conn, il who « , l ! diafl
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If ihe I '..a, li ol .on |.,,ii. ihe iii.in.irr,
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Pedagogue Key To Be
Futuristic In Pattern
T h e lieu
I'edagoLMie k c \ , ill,
first one to be awarded by m e m b e r s
of t h e yearbook board, , , m i n t
islic in di si.oi, u itb tin
name
" P e d a g o g u e ' u i i t l . n w r t h a l l s , a.
cording to I arl Tarbox, '32, a n
editor of ill,- 1 1, and ofli, lal
de-iui;er of il,, I., N
Tin -e k< -. - ar, I
made In
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W a i n , Isah , ,o„i|,aio and
will b, di i n b u l , ,1 I,, Ih, board
in, nib, i • .,| ibis -.,.,,' I'.d.u'... in
soiiietmi, I
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Heads Delegation
D c h e y ' s M e r r y m a k e r s of P i t t s field, M a s s a c h u s e t t s , t h e K n i g h t s of
R h y t h m n of A m s t e r d a m , a n d Bcby
Lowell a n d his All-American recording orchestra are being considered for Intcrsorority ball, which will
be conducted Friday night, May 0,
according to Marjorie Lock wood,
'c52, president of Intcrsorority Council.
E t h e l E. Zotz, '33, a m e m b e r of
Delta O m e g a sorority, is c h a i r m a n
of t h e music c o m m i t t e e .
The
Merrymakers
orchestra
played a t the Beaux A r t s Ball cond u c t e d at S k i d m o r e college last
week-end. T h e y have also filled
e n g a g e m e n t s at W i l l i a m s College,
U n i o n , R e n s s e l a e r P o l y t e c h n i c institute, a n d in N e w Y o r k , a n d have
b r o a d c a s t e d from station W G Y in
Schenectady.
]?ehy Lowel! a n d his A l l - A m e r i can r e c o r d i n g o r c h e s t r a played at
j u n i o r p r o m which w a s c o n d u c t e d
at the T e n Eyck Motel, Friday
night, F e b r u a r y 12.
F a v o r s have been s u b m i t t e d by
the Balfour company, C h a r l e s Elliott, W a r r e n - K a h s e , a n d B u r r - P a t terson, a n d a r e being c o n s i d e r e d by
the favors c o m m i t t e e of which
R u t h Reynolds, '33, is c h a i r m a n .
Miss R e y n o l d s is a m e m b e r of
K a p p a Delta sorority.
Helen B u r g h e r , '32, p r e s i d e n t of
Psi G a m m a sorority h a s a p p o i n t e d
the following c o m m i t t e e s for the
ball: a r r a n g e m e n t s , H a r r i e t Van
Wely,
'.VI; p r o g r a m s ,
Dorothy
D u r e y , '33; favors, D o r o t h y Griffin,
'.14; taxis, Muriel Scott, '34; deco r a t i o n s , Jean W a t k i n s , '34; music,
Louise Carlow, '32; r e f r e s h m e n t s ,
Ruth l l a r t i n , '32; invitations, J u n e
Carey, '34; flowers, Evelyn E s m a v ,
'33; and bids, Frances H e y d t , '32.
Ruth G o l d s m i t h , '32, p r e s i d e n t of
Alpha Kb,, sorority, h a s a p p o i n t e d
the following c o m m i t t e e s : a r r a n g e m e n t s , Flora Besse, '32; p r o g r a m s ,
Rose Sovik, ' 3 1 ; favors, Ruth Jenkins, '35; taxis, Helen V a n d e m c ,
'33; d e c o r a t i o n s , Elizabeth Steele,
'31; music, Elizabeth Slawsnn, '3-1;
invitations, Bettv Moat, ' 3 1 ; refreshments,
Doris
Shaver, '34;
flowers, Frances W e b e r . '34; and
bids, Mary Williams, '34.
Tin- Eta Phi c o m m i t t e e m e m b e r s
as a n n o u n c e d by D o r o t h y I lull.
'32, president, an- as follows: faculty, Abbie I linneeii, '33, chairman ;
a r r a n g e m e n t s , Bi tlv \ r u o l d , ' 3 1 ;
music, Helen Maba'r, '34; d e c o r a
lions, E l e a n o r Ixelchatu, '33; invitations, Helen D e n n i s o n - W h c e l e r ,
'34; r e f r e s h m e n t s , K a t h e r i n e Can
n,,ii, ' 3 1 ; taxi-, Ruth F r a n c e , '34;
flowers, Alvina T r e n t e h n a n , '34;
favors, Letilia Connelly, '34; bids,
M a r g u e r i t e t ' r u t c h l e y Lester, '34
CLUB CONDUCTS
TRIPS
Biologv club will coudnci i " ,
trips In lb,- \ ' c « V, ,-k Stale lab
o r a t o r y mi \ , w S c l l a u d \ \ i nm
Ibis afternoon. T h e lir-t eroiip u il
go at 3:1s o'clock and ihe s e e m
g r o u p will go al 1 :lll ,,'clo. I,
FOUR DELEGATES
GO TO CORTLAND
John Detlefson, '33, Will Act
as Chairman of State
College Group
Four Companies Submit Favors to General Committee
for Sorority Ball
J o h n D e t l e f s o n , '33, w h o is
c h a i r m a n of t h e College delegation to t h e s t u d e n t conference
at C o r t l a n d S t a t e N o r m a l School
today a n d t o m o r r o w to discuss
" S t u d e n t I n t e r e s t Beyond the
Classroom."
DR. DONNAL SMITH
TOLEADY.W.C.A.
MEETING TUESDAY
Dr. Brubacher Accepts
Y. W. C. A. MEMBER
Council's Constitution
(Continual
from pour .», column i)
TO BE DELEGATE
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Tlie Allilelic Cuiincil -lull make suitawanls for merilcii-inns service in inTO GROUP MEETINGlable
e r o l l e i t i a t e r,„ii|,etitinii.
Such awardAlmira W. Kuss, '34. will be the
State college delegate tn the Young
Men's and Young Women's Christian association convention to be cond u c t e d the week-end of April 9 at
Syracuse for the purpose of making
plan-, (nr I he New York stale conference next fall.
Miss Kuss. who was appointed b\
the central committee of the association, will aid in selecting speakers
a n d topics for the student m e e t i n g
at the University of Rochester.
Miss Katherine Dullicld and Ray
Sweetman, field secretaries of the
state organization, will he in charge
of the meeting at the University of
Syracuse.
Miss Kuss attended state conferences this year and last as a Stale
college representative. She is i hairman of the Y. \ \ . C \ . committee
on conferences and conventions and
is a reporter on the S'l.vn-. < oi i.t.t.i
COMMITTEE GETS
ORCHESTRAS' BIDS
Four students left this morning
to attend the student conference for
men and women, conducted at Cortland State Normal school, Cortland,
today and tomorrow, as delegates for
the Young Women's and Voting
Men's Christian associations, at the
suggestion of President A. K. lirubacker. They are John Detlefson, 'X]
chairman, Laura Slyn, '33, and Katbryn Wilkins and William Nelson,
sophomores.
T h e conference is open to all students of the Cortland Suite Normal
school and invited guests from neighboring schools and colleges. It is
conducted under the auspices of the
Christian Union and the Student
Council at Cortland. T h e theme of
the conference is "Student Interest
Beyond the Classroom."
Paul Harris, Jr., student of international affairs and authority on
peace and disarmament, will open ihe
conference with an address to the
school assembly this morning. T h e r e
will be a conference dinner tonight
at the Cortland Y. W. C. A. with an
introduction of the conference, leaders, and guests, and short addresses.
This will be followed by a social
affair.
T h e program for tomorrow includes general meetings, discussions,
and a summary. The other guest
speaker is Dr. Ross Hoople, professor of philosophy at Syracuse university.
Detlefson is vice-president of the
junior class, a member of Kappa Phi
Kappa, and was chairman of junior
prom. Miss Wilkins is a member of
the Y. W. ('. A. cabinet and a re-
CLUB TO PRESENT
PLAYS AT ANNUAL
FUNCTION APRIL 9
The program lor the French fete,
which will be conducted by the French
club in the auditorium of Page hall at
H o'clock on Saturday evening, April
9, consists of two plays and several
groups of French folk-dances and
songs, according to Marie Tessier, '33.
general chairman.
John Grosvcnor, '33, will direct the
first play, "L'f.le de Saint Martin"
with a cast including Mareia Cold,
Carolyn Kramers, .and Bruce I'ilby,
juniors; and Wilfred Allard, '35.
The second play, "L'F.nfance de
[eanne D'Arc." will be directed bv
"Mildred Quick, 'XI T h e cast for this
play was announced in last week's
porter
the
Those who will take part in the
TO INTERVIEW MEN
folk-dances and songs under the diAll t h o s e n u n w h o are i n t e r e s t e d
rection of Margaret Service. '33, are
Audrey Sullivan and Marjorie Lock- in s u m m e r < inployincnt will ba\ e
wood, seniors: Margaret Buchanan an o p p o r t u n i t y to interview Mr. E.
Harriet llallenbeck. Frances Root, F. l o b n s o n this afternoon in ilu- ,,f
Ccrtrnde Spurbeck and Helen Vroo- lice of the ib an of women. Mr.
iiian. juniors; and l.ois Mclnlyre, '35. l o b n s o n will be in Ihe office from
12:011 ,,'clock to 5:15 o'clock.
G. A. A. To Begin Spring
Sports After Vacation
The spring sports schedule of the
< drls' Allib lie association will begin
after ihe Easter vacation and will in
elude baseball soccer, tenuis, swimming, and outing club, according In
Elizabeth Jackson, '32. president of the
association.
Naomi Albrecht, '33. will be sports
captain for baseball. I l.-r assistants
arc Minnie McN'ickle and lleslella
\rlliur. -,,p! lores. Soccer will lain charge of Eli/ah.-th Ixanunerer.
captain, and I hnotlo Ixlosc, assistant,
sophomores.
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