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State College News
Vol. XVI.
No. 27
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1932
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues
RETIRING NEWS HEADS APPOINT 37 TO 1932-33 BOARD AND STAFF TODAY
KAPPA DELTA RHO
TO DANCE TONIGHT
TEAM WILL PLAY [ALVINA LEWIS, '33, TO BE EDITOR;
GAME TOMORROW SIX TO DIRECT STATE COLLEGE NEWS
Lightning Calculator Figures
20 Bookkeepers Out Of Jobs
Annual Spring Formal To Be
In Richardson Lounge
At 9:00 O'clock
Cleveland—(IP) — Universities
in New England and in California
are being visited by Dr. Saili F i n kelstein of Warsaw, said to he one
of the fastest human calculators
in the world.
It is said that the doctor recently
obtained a position with a large
concern and displaced more than
twenty workers and nearly as many
adding machines,
I le is callable of adding a column
of fifteen figures in a quarter of a
second, not appearing to look at
the figures the while. On his arrival in this country a reporter
handed him a paper on which were
three figures to be multiplied by
three others. Dr. Finkelstein, according to the New York Times,
shnplv glanced at the paper and
wrote clown the correct answer.
State to Oppose Cooper Union; Bernard Kerbel, '33, Will Be Managing Editor With Miss Styn
and Miss Howard As Associate Managing Editors;
Ridgefield Park To Be
14 "Cubs" Are Promoted To Staff
Scene of Contest
By Kenneth Miller. '32
Gamma chaplfr of Kappa I lelta
SPOUTS F.iirioK, T u t NIAVS
Rho fraternity will conduct its annual spring formal dance in the
'I'he baseball team will play tin
Lounge of Richardson hall tonight
Cooper I 'mon institute nine tumorfrom 9:01) o'clock until one. William
row afternoon at Kidgefield park, at
Collins, '55, will he general chairman
5:0(1 o'clock. 'I'he Cooper I'nioii out
for the dance.
lit has shown good baiting ability in
Collins will lu assisted by the foltheir early contests and a hard gam,
lowing; committee - : decorations, Wilis expected.
liam Nelson, '.VI; bids, Kay Harris.
"Ossie" Brooks, righthander, will
'55; favors. I'hilip kicciardi, '54;
be in the box for the I'urple and
chapcroncs, t a i l 'I'arliox, '52; ar(.old
team, and "Bob" Goodrich, caprangemenls Charles Juckett, '55 ; mutain of the nine, will catch.
sic, Charles Kissam, '51; and refresh"Don"
Benedict, Slate's c l e a n u p
ments, Koger Bancroft '34.
man will be al lust Llovd Morelaud
'"Gordie" kandall and his orcheswill work at second. Jack Saunders
tra from the 1 Intel Van Curler and
or l.il De Laura will play short, and
station \V(iY in Schenectady will
Ken Drake will hold down the hot
furnish the music fur the dance.
corner.
Chapcroncs will he Mr. kohert W.
Johnnie 1 lellefsou, Fav Blum, and
Frederick, principal of the Milne JunMarion Howard, '34, will be editor- I lack Young will patrol the outfield
ior High school and Mrs. Frederick,
posts.
in-chief
of
the
195i)
freshmen
handand Dr. Howard A. I >n!3ell, assistant
'I'he State college nine turned back
professor of mathematics and Mrs. hook, according to Mavbelle Matthews, president-elect of the incom- the St. Stephen's baseball team, 2 lo
DoBell.
1, Wednesday, May 4, at Annandale.
ing
junior
class.
The members of the fraternity and
Six associate editors were ap- "Ossie" Brooks all. wed six hits and
their guests who will attend a r e :
-truck out fourteen batsmen while
William Collins, '55. and Cornelia pointed by Miss lb.ward and Miss Weaver, St, Steplieu's momiclsmaii,
Chrissy, kussel S a g e ; George I'. Matthews lo assist in the work. They was found for live hits hv the State
are:
Hilda
Bookheim,
Frances
Higkice, '32, and Almira Kuss. '34: William Jones, '35, and (.race I'ritchard, gins. Hannah Barker, Almira kuss. players. Brooks had belter control
'35; b a n Van I.email, '35. and Laura Thomas Ryan, and Robert Stern. Dhan his . ippoUcnt. 'I he Stale pitcher
Styn, '55; I'.etijatnin Ingraham, '55, Work has already hi gun in assem- nave no passes while the Annandale
and Helen Malter, '3-1; Harold lias- bling material for the handbook, 1busman gave away three.
Male scored a run in Ihe sec 1
well. '52, and luha l ; i>ter. '52; Miss Howard said. All c.ipv is e x Charles luckclt, '55. and Dorothy peeled to he in the hands of the prin- inning when Don Benedict smashed
Griffin, '34; K. Llovd M o n land. '52, ters, F.vory and Son. by F r i d a v . U two-bagger to centerheld and
and
Melva
Mace,
'52; kohert lime 10, T h e handbook will be ready scored on a St. Stephen's nnsplay.
fay Blum singled in the ninth and
kankius, '52. and Esther Wo • dlmmc. for distribution and mailing by the
" c u t lo second mi Drake's hard
'55; koger Bancroft, '34. and Marie fifteenth of August.
Miss Howard is associate manag- smash to center. Blum went to third
l'rindlc, '34; John Grosveuor, '33.
and
Margaret Service. '55; John ing editor elect of the STATIC Coi.i.h.,1 en a beauliiul sacrifice bunt by More
Detlefsoti.. '55. ami Evelyn kich, New-, l,i which position she was laud and scored when Voting made
'35; Donald Beiidict, '31, and Jean appointed after having served as desk ihe second sacrifice hit ..I the inning.
.
| 'file game with Drew last Salur
Craigmile. '34; Kohert kobinson, '54, clilor
IS D E L E G A T E
i dav was cancelled due lo weather
and Mavbelle Matthews, '34: I'hilip
kicciardi, '34. and Lois Mclntvre,
William Collins, '55, will repre- j ° " " 1 " " " l s ___
'35; William keagan, '55. and Elizasent G a m m a c h a p t e r of Kappa
BOARD TO ELECT
heth Gregory, '5'?.
I lelta R h o at the fraternity s anBruce b'ilbv, '55. and kita Stewart. nual national coin ention to be con'55; George lliserl, '55. ami Alice ducted
Monday,
Tuesday
audi
T h e Echo board will meet Monda}
McF.wcn, ' 5 1 ; William N'clson. '51, Wednesday, June 27, 2X, and 29 al j noon I,, elect the editorial and busi
and Letitia Connelly. '34; Charles Lafayette college, F.aslon, 1'cnn- , ness staff for the next year, accord
kissam,'31, and Marion Mleczek, '34; sylvania. T h e R h o chapter will act ing to Samuel Dorrance, '52, editorand also I rank MarFarland, '55; as host.
i in-chief.
Richard Degnan. Kenwick Arnnlt,
Donald Eddy, and b'rauk I'etronis,
sophomores ; and < rcorgc I "rail, freshmen.
Thirty-seven appointments and promotions are announced today to the
1932-33 staff and board of the STATE (011.1.1,1. Ni-ws by the retiring board,
flu ' iilv va aliens in the higher stall positions—those of the desk editorships, were left unfilled until next year.
flic hoard lo'isidercd number of inches, ability in headline writing, and
general abil'tv and dependability in Ni vvs work.
Editorial Directors
MISS HOWARD IS
HANDBOOK EDITOR
FOR JUNIOR CLASS
Fourteen "Cubs" Promoted
T h r e e senior associate editors and
four junior associale editors were
appointed. 'I'he senior associali editors will b e : Margaret Service, Ruth
I'uinam, and Harriet Dunn. The junior associate editors will he: Almira
Kuss, Elizabeth Sales, Thclina Smith
and Kathryu W'ilkins.
Thomas Ryan, '54, was appointed
sports' editor. This year Kenneth
Miller, '52, filled ihe position.
Fourteen "cubs" were promoted to
the rank of reporters. They are Beatrice Cue, '34; Ruth Brooks. Florence
Ellen, Irwin Friend, Dorothy Gahagan. Bessie 1 larlmon, Hilda llcines,
Fmily llurlbut. Olga 11 via, Anna
Koreii, Valentine Keutowich, Esther
Rowland, Ruth Williams, and Dan
Van l.euvan, freshmen. Last year
thirty "cubs" were promoted to reporters' positions.
Ideals And Friendships Are Valuable
Gifts Of College Years, Seniors Aver
DEBATE COACHES
liV
\ l MIKS \ '. R l
'51
ELECT PROFESSOR
New ideals plus faculty and sill- I feels that all In will c a m awav
relationships will be among tin- j Iroin college will bi a series of un
1933-34 PRESIDENT dent
lasting impressions which prominent prcssmns. lie feels that his innuorv
members of the class of '52. will
carry awav with them alter "moving
out int., tin wide, wide world", Fri
dav in,,mine in ihe annual Moving
1'p dav exercises,
Katluyn Belknap, literal'} editor of
the Pedagogue ami president of music
T h e excellence of Stale college
debating rcrci\ ed high rci ognition
last S a t u n l a \ al I onicll win n Dr.
Harold W I hotups,,n, professor of
Knglish, was , h i led president for
llest \ r ; u ..I the \ - s . n ialioli of
New York Cidlcgiatc t o a d i e s ,.f
Debate, succeeding I'rofcssor Cal doesn't teach you things as much as
UII I. la wo, of Hamilton college, it shows v,,u what v,,,, don't know
a former iiisti m t
f I )r. T h u m p - I think I have learned the fallacies
of some of the ideas and values that
SI I I I .
Colleges r e p r e s e n t e d al ihe meet- I had as a freshman, and in their
ing mi hided: I lainiltou, ( . .i in II, places I liayc substituted oilier things
Syracuse, I'nivcrsiiy of Buffalo, which still inav change, bill I km,
I''in,,n, I'ordhaiu, Ke'uka, and Skid now lb.it ihev should change." She
, I In In I nieetili)
hi as l„ 1 e v e s t h a i l i v e ,,l s i x u l l l l c f r i e n d
so, i..in,n will be ,
Ill, t u l lu re s h i p s I , a l l i e d ill c o l l e g e w i l l b e c o m e
nest I i, h ,l„ i will, I ii 4 h.mipsoli permanent,
II, lui Burgher, vie, president <u
a- host I .,, I, ,,,11. g, will l>, iep
resented bv one facullv n u m b e r the Young Woinu.'s i hrisiian associate II and eh.,ii man ,.i I ollilge com
and one sliub in
I he ,1,1,.,I, ,,allied , s p u is h, l l l l l l i e s . I V s , " M v g l . , , 1 , s i i l l lit t o
si In ilul. I M o l d lllliwTsiU lu si Slali , ,41, g, is due 1,, ill, interesting
\ i ai lor IK In si appi araiu e In Al a, ipiainlani es and invaluable I'm ml
banv
b'n s|,ni,HI di bating
will ships that I have made here. Four
prubablv I" .1. u l i i | i u l ; lw,, lead V C . l s o f c o l l e g e W o u l d l l l e a i l l i t t l e
ing colleg, s have signified their in 1,, anv of lis II it were the hook
lei est ill ib baling Slate freshmen. knowledge alone with which We came
in conlact Moreover, Slate has made
un realize that the greater and inula
MEMBERS RECEIVED
vast my experiences, the belter pre
pan,I I shall be I,, assume ihe re
b'psilon Beta I'ln welcomes Lillian spulisihility of mv h i e work,"
Samuel Durrani e, editor of the
Mon.u, lb, '55, and Harriet Broiik,
Esther I,rani,is. Dorothy Rockwell, Film and member of Myskania, re
and Eu'lyn Wells, sophomores, into Milli it against the opinions expressed
by his lepreselllaliv e classmates. He
full membership.
| will always hold such pictures as
j climbing dovv u dirty chimneys lo hunt
j for the m a s e t , and ihe seniors
I grouped together at senior dinner
| singing "(.real f i n s " . II. has |,,iui,l
that extracurricular activiliis have
helped bun h u b to solve real pr..h
j illusions about lln duration nl col
lege friendships.
I Florence f i n d m a n . this year's
, "1 have found
campus ipieel
among the I .null v a sympall
sire lo understand the pmbl
ihe students Mining Ihe sind, uts I
have found an ovei atlcinpl i,, praisi
where prais, i, ,1, .erved, but a spirit
ul denioeracv in lis broadest and
noblest sense."
'I'he huilian side ,,l college u l a
lioiiships mad, the biggest inipn •
sum on Dab, I I',,,i.l. presidi nl ol
ihe studeiii association and sennu
nieiuber on di.un.ilie and ai I ,, uiicil
She feels that working Willi peoph
ill c o l l e g e
h a s l e d t o i h e pi,,III,,I
A h i n a R. Lewis. "55. heads the inclining board of six members. Bernard S. Kerbel. also a junior, will be
managing editor. Two associate managing editorships will be filled by
Laura Styn, '55, and Marion Howard,
'51. 'flic two board positions in the
business department will be Idled by
Mary Dohcrlv. '55. finance manager,
and Jean Craigmile. '54. advertising
manager.
(.old keys will be presented lo the
members of the incoming board on
Moving-Dp dav. Two silver keys
will be awarded n, Frances Keller
and Vera Bums, seniors, for outStanding work. The presentation will
be made by Dr. A. R, Bruhachcr,
president.
\i.ove a r e Alvina R. Lewis,
and B e r n a r d S. Kerbel, junior*,
who will direct ihe edit,,rial p,,l
11 v of next year's Nt.ws, as
eiiio ,1 in chief
and managing
1 editor, icspccliv ely.
Detlefson Will Head
Fall Freshman Camp
I'laiis arc under way for the an
. nual freshman camp for nun. ac
en,ling to Samuel Dorrance, '52. last
season's director. The camp will be
lu.ated .,1 tin Young Men's 1 hrisiian
.,s ,„ 1.ul,,u camp, l amp Mhan.v ,,11
Lake 1 ossayuna.
I hi* will be the lliird vear llu
camp has been opened \lviil Schal
l u , s '55. was lb, lirsl director, and
I .,,nance followed bun 111 1931, as
sistcl bv Miili.vv l l n l / , '52 'Ibis
veai tin camp will be directed bv
|,,l,u I 1, tli fsoii, '55, assisted bv ( . m i
oil baud, '34, who will be director
in \W
Business Staff Named
Jean Walking, '55, will he circulation manager. Her duties will b e : to
di liver the copies of NKWS ; mail
them to advertisers, exchanges, and
subscribers; and lake charge of distribution each
Friday. Katherinc
llaug, '34, will act as assistant finance
manager, 'I'he rest of business staff
includes Beatrice Bums, Mildred
facer, Edith Garrison, Francis Maxwell,
Elizabeth
I'r.iner.
Alma
(juhnhy, Julia Kiel, and Margaret
Walsworth, freshmen. Tile business
stall will assist the finance, advertising and circulation managers.
Kerbel uexl year as managing editor will i n , rsee the work of the two
associate managing editors. Miss
Si vn will he 111 charge of leaching
the "cubs." Miss Howard will be in
charge of assigning stories to the
members ol the editorial stall.
Miss Lewis, ihe e.litor-m chief
elect, has b u n a member of tin Nl vvs
staff for ihe past three years. She
was promoted lo the position of desk
editor in the first semester of her
sophomore year, afli r having served
as a "cub" rep,,Her and reporter.
I luring the past year, she has tilled
the position of associate managing
editor. While in tin- capacity, she
bad char;:, ,,l assigning stories for
llu lirsl s, un stir, and leaching the
"1 ul," 1 l.,ss, , during the second semester Last year she edited the Girls'
\ t l d . t i c associalion handbook, and
was an associate editor of the 19,35
11.si,ni.,II handbook. She is n u m b e r
,1 Mpba I'ln (,.,111111,, national lion
..i.irv journalistic fraternity. Miss
I ewis has served as secretary of her
lass for die pasl year.
The
lent leaders
have
nol been
,,l lilnier and deepei
friendships
M o , l » l l , J Nil /..!,„• /, ,„/UM,H ?J
The I olhge ilself lias also inealil a picked, but the n u m b e r will be greater
I loi I
gieal deal I,, her flic feeling thai lh.111 last vear T h e r e is n
ARE W E E K E N D GUESTS
each senior has of being a pail ,,l a cvirv man in ihe school, bui the mini I
siroiig and kistuie organi/alion is In st 11, 1 ,,i upper classmen w ill he lini
Alma Dolau, '5(1, Dorothy R a s ixprcsscd, she believes, in lllc si un r
Tint leaders will he picked next muessen, '31, Ruih Barks, Ml, Alice
Moving Lp dav song
wi ek, and ihe publicitv campaign will Splain, v31, Geraldine Colliding ('owls,
hi launched soon.
'29, Frances Kellogg, '29, Belly I'ul'"Out of ihe gold of our triumph,
The main purpose of lllc camp is vcr, '30, and Eleanor Vail, '29, were
Build we a broad highway,
tu get tin freshman men acquainted recent guests at Eta I'hi sorority
Smooth (or ihe feel thai follow,
house.
Broad that ihcy may not s t r a y "
and lo begin their orientation.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N. Y„ MAY 13. 1932
THE PASSING
State College N e w s
Established by the Class of 191S
The
STATE
to be
which
The U n d e r g r a d u a t e Newspaper of New YorkState College for Teachers
THE
NEWS
BOARD
5-9373
GEORGE
P.
RICE
Editor-in-Chief
•153 Elk Street
AUDREY FLOWERS
Advertising
Page Hall, 131 South Lake Avenue, 6-6482
ANDREW A. HRITZ
HELEN
Managing
201 North Lake Avenue, 5-1611
Manager
Editor
ROHEL
Finance
Manager
Chi Sigma Theta, 215 Partridge Street, 6-6126
A L V I N A R. L E W I S
Associate
Managing
206 Western Avenue, 4-1839
BERNARD S. KERBEL
Associate
57 Elbe.-on Place
Managing
Editor
Editor
a n n o u n c e m e n t of a n e w m a n a g i n g b o a r d f o r t h e
COU.KCE N E W S leaves but a single r e m a i n i n g issue
edited for the student association by the body
s e r v e d it d u r i n g t h e p a s t y e a r .
R e g r e t a n d satisfaction a r e i n t e r m i n g l e d as t h e edit o r i a l b l u e p e n c i l is t u r n e d o v e r t o t h e n e w e d i t o r a n d
staff. R e g r e t , b e c a u s e t h i s t i m e o f t h e y e a r h e r a l d s t h e
b r e a k i n g of ties w h i c h f o u r y e a r s w e r e n e c e s s a r y to
build. Satisfaction, on being able to complete the task
which w a s e n t r u s t e d by the confidence of t h e student
association.
T h i s h a s been a t r y i n g year for t h e N E W S from an
economic standpoint. National advertising a n d cigarette
a d v e r t i s i n g c o u l d n o t b e r u n . T h e finance m a n a g e r w a s
faced with t h e unusual task of p r o v i d i n g for needs
a r i s i n g f r o m t h e t w e n t y - f i v e p e r c e n t c u t in t h e b u d g e t .
T h e a d v e r t i s i n g m a n a g e r has h a d to obtain almost all
of t h e a d c o p y r u n f r o m l o c a l a d v e r t i s e r s , w h o of
course have been h a r d hit.
These
unusual economic conditions have
imposed
changes which of necessity detracted from the publication. I n s t e a d of t w o s i x - p a g e issues p e r m o n t h , t h e h o a r d
has been confined to f o u r - p a g e issues. C u t s , c a r t o o n s , a n d
o t h e r d e v i c e s f o r a d d i n g v a r i e t y a n d i n t e r e s t h a v e been
curtailed to a painful degree. T h e only benefits derived
from t h e lack of a d v e r t i s i n g w e r e t h o s e w h i c h p e r m i t t e d
a n u n u s u a l l y l a r g e a m o u n t of n e w s c o p y t o r u n in f o u r
pages.
SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Ruth lirezce, Vera H u m s , Trances
Keller, and Iiessie Levine. TUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Harriet
S o m e of t h e i d e a s w h i c h w e r e e n t e r t a i n e d by t h e inDunn, Laura Styn, and ^laragaret Service.
D E S K EDITORS: c o m i n g e d i t o r a n d h i s b o a r d in S e p t e m b e r h a v e b e e n
Marion Howard, H a n n a h Parker, and Grenfell Rand, sophomores.
c
a
r
r i e d t h r o u g h . L a r g e a m o u n t s of c o p y front t h e N a Rose Kantor, Carolyn Kramers, Ruth
lilda Smith,
Hutnam?1iess?" S Simnions,'. Hilda
Smith and Edith Tepper, j u n - t i o n a l S t u d e n t F e d e r a t i o n o f A m e r i c a a n d t h e I n t e r V'irginia Abajian, Celia Ilishop, Diane Hochner, Hilda c o l l e g i a t e I ' r e s s h a v e b e e n p u b l i s h e d in o r d e r t o g i v e
[lookheim, Eleanor Commit, Kalherine Cunneen, Helen Ooherty,
Jane Doocey, Marion Mleczek, Mary Moore, Marilyn Rosenheck, S t a t e c o l l e g e r e a d e r s a s w i d e a r a n g e o f i n t e r c o l l e g i a t e
Almira Russ, Hetty Salese, Kalherine Simmons. Thelma Smith, n e w s a s p o s s i b l e .
Iiessie Stetkar, Mary Lou Waltlier, Kalherine Wilkins, and Elizabeth Zuend, sophomores. CIRCULATION MANAGER: Frances Maz.ir,
T h e \ i - : \ \ - s t r e n u o u s l y a d v o c a t e d a r e d u c e d t a x of
'32.
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAOERS: M a y Ooherty and Jean
Watkins, juniors. BUSINESS STAFF: Jean Craigmile, Marguerite $13 a n d t h e d r o p p i n g of t h e L i o n f r o m t h e b u d g e t .
W h i l e n e i t h e r of t h e s e a i m s w e r e r e a l i z e d , the action
Crutchley, and Katherine Hang, sophomores.
did r e s u l t in o r g a n i z i n g a q u e s t i o n i n g a t t i t u d e t o w a r d
tin' v a l u e o f e a c h of t h e C o l l e g e a c t i v i t i e s a n d m a d e
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w a n t e d a n d n e e d e d the facilities at night.
FRESHMAN ENTHUSIASM
F r e s h m a n e n t h u s i a s m in t h e s e a r c h f o r t h e e l u s i v e
s o p h o m o r e m a s c o t r e v i s e d p l e a s a n t m e m o r i e s for
m a n y u p p e r - c l a s s m e n this week.
T h e s i g h t o f b e g r i m e d m e n in o l d c l o t h e s a n d
women
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STATK COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N. Y.. MAY U. 1932
LAURA STYN, '33,
IS Y. W. C. A. HEAD
Is New President
TEAM WILL PLAY
WEEK-ENDMATCHES
Miss Watkins Vice-President;
Revotes For Two Offices
Will Be Today
Vermont and St. Michael's
To Oppose State
Netmen
L a u r a VI. S t y n , '33, w a s e l e c t e d
p r e s i d e n t of t h e Y o u n g
Women's
C h r i s t i a n a s s o c i a t i o n a s a r e s u l t of
e l e c t i o n s c o n d u c t e d this w e e k , acc o r d i n g t o A s e n a t l i V a n B u r e n , '32,
president. Miss S t y n lias been a
m e m b e r of t h e c a b i n e t o f V . \ V .
C. A. f o r t w o y e a r s . S h e w a s s e c retary during her s o p h o m o r e year
a n d s e r v e d as u n d e r g r a d u a t e representative this year.
T h e State college varsity
tennis
t e a m will s e e k its s e c o n d v i c t o r y o l
t h e s e a s o n this a f t e r n o o n w h e n it
m e e t s the U n i v e r s i t y o f V e r m o n t at
Burlington.
After
the m a t c h ,
tin
s q u a d w i l l j o u r n e y to \ \ i n o o s k i park
w h e r e it will m e e t St. M i c h a e l ' - College tomorrow afternoon. T h e s q u a d
is c o m p o s e d o f C a r l T a r h o x , c a p t a i n .
>anford Levinstein, Vincent Meleski.
W h o l l y Sroka, Gordon H u g h e s , and
J a c k SarolT.
J e a n W a t k i n s 'ii
was
elected
v i c e - p r e s i d e n t for n e x t y e a r a n d
Catherine
Simmerer,
'34,
was
elected treasurer. Both Miss W a t kins and Miss S i m m e r e r have been
m e m b e r s of the cabinet this year.
T h e r e will be r e v o t e s
between
Daisy Bryson and Dorothea Gahauan,
f r e s h m e n , f o r t h e office o l
secretary, and a n o t h e r revote bet w e e n B e t t y H a r t m a n , '3?, and Alm i r a R u s s , '34, for u n d e r u r a d u a t e
representative on cabinet.
T h e r c m a i n i n t r o f f i c e s of t h e c a b inet will b e a p p o i n t e d b y t h e p r e s i dent, Miss Van B u r n t ,
and
the
p r e s i d e n t - e l e c t . M i - s S t y n . T h e in
stallatiott service will take
place
t h e l a s t w e e k in M a y .
Laura
S t y n , '33, w h o
was
e l e c t e d p r e s i d e n t of t h e Y o u t m
W o m e n ' s Christian association
for n e x t v e a r , a s a r e s u l t of
elections completed Wednesday.
CLUB TO INSTALL
SIX NEW OFFICERS
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
Last y e a r S t a t e d e f e a t e d V e r m o n t
u n i v e r s i t y 4 to 2. It w i l l m a r k the
first t i m e that S t a t e h a s p l a c e d St.
Michael's.
S t a t e o p e n e d t|ie s e a s o n by w i n n i n g
its first m a t c h w i t h St. S t e p h e n ' s c o l lege, 5-1. at Ridgetield p a r k , W e d n e s day a f t e r n o o n . M a y 4.
C a p t a i n T a r h o x led h i s t e a m b>
t a k i n g the first s i n g l e - m a t c h
from
C a p t a i n K a t e s o f St. Stcpffi n's. d-1.
0-4. L e v i n s t e i n c o m p l e t e l y o u t c l a s s e d
h i s o p p o n e n t , J o r d a n , a n d t o o k the
oulv l o v e s e t s o t t h , m a t c h , o I), i, II
I n s t a l l a t i o n of officers for n e x t year
a n d the p r e s e n t a t i o n ,.f a ( . r e e k play
are t o b e the m a i n f e a t u r e s of the
final classical c l u b m e e t i n g for this
vear. to he c o n d u c t e d W e d n e s d a y at
Jordan
was
unable
to
i n . ak
7 .ill o ' c l o c k in the I , iinge of R i c h through
Levinstein's
tricky
service
a r d s o n h a l l . I l o r o t l p M c t l i n u i s s , '32.
a n d b o w e d t o a far s u p e r i o r o p p o
p r e s i d i ut of t h e c l u b , a n n o u n c e d t h e
u, in. H u g h . - r e q u i r e d a n . x t r a -.1
n a m e - of t h e nevvlv e l e c t e d officers
p , d o w n Riley, o .». j - i , , i, 1 1- v, r e t t
and t h e c o m m i t t e e s a n d cast for t h e
w a s t h e otilv S t . S t e p h e n - m a n to
plav. i m l a v . T h e otlici r - are a s folchalk
up a victory,
winning
lvv.
lows
i'on-ul. Miuuuci.ua Costa,
'ii:
s t r a i g h t -> t- f r o m Sarol'f, ' 3 J . o 3,
second
eou.nl. Ruth
Wright,
'34;
s c r i p t . . r . J. -,-ie b a t o n . '31 ; q u a e s t o r .
T a i l ,.x a n d Lev i n - p i n w o n t w o
M a r i o n T a m m c v . 'M : u t l u t i u s . Z e I o n i a n a n d i-'.veretl
u o h i a t a n . u a . '35 I i , , r u t i n
B a r k e r , ea-v sets f r o m
'.SI. i- t h e c h a i r m a n oi tin c o m m i t t e e t,. 'take tin lirst d o u b l e s m a t c h (. 1.
i,-3.
\ f u r ilr> p p m g t h e i r n r - t
-it.
ii i n s t a l l a t i o n
l u m c n i a Millar.1. ' 3 3 . w a s elect
T h e plav to he pre-> n t e d is " Mi- .' ... H u g h . - a n d SarolT r a l l n d t o
pre ..lent o l S p a n i s h c l u b t r m
phoeles It i- a I . r e e k u in t w o s t r a i g h t - . 1 - . t ' - L "i \ I >
m e e t i n u c o n d u c t e d 'I u e s d a y : ;
ne '.I a t r . o l o g v d e a l i n g l a k e t h e - e c u d d o u b l e s m a
night.
O t h e r officers
elected
ar.
willi t h e birth a n d d e a t h of O e d i p u s
T h e m a t c h s c h e d u l e . ! w i t h Ithac;
vice-president, (ins
\ s i k i s , ' 3 4 ; sec- and w i t h the fate of his l o u r c l u b | ,-,,liege on S a t u r d a y . Mav
7. w a
r e t a r y , A n n e H e r m a n n . ' 3 3 ; t r e a s u r e r , dren
M i s s W r i g h t i- d i r e c t i n g t h e , p o s t p o n e d h e c a u s , of r a i n
M a r i e R e d m o n d , 'M:
a n d r e p o r t e r , plav. a s s i s t e d hv -. v e r a l ,.l t h e fac- I
K a t h r v n H a n g . '31.
Officers will he i n s t a l h d at t h e h r s t
m e e t i n g of t h e c l u b n e x t fall.
M i s . Kunice I ' e r i u e , i n s t r u c t o r m
mil M i s s \ g n , - I-. I-mt. r , r . . i - i - i mi
art
will g i v e a s h o r t t a l k in t h e
p r o f e s s o r ol l-'.ngli-h T h e a r t c o i n
11 :ll) o ' c l o c k a s s e m b l y l o d a v on t h e
m i l d e f..r t h e e v e n t is C o m p o s , ,| ,,i •
p i c t u r e S p a n i s h c l u b i- g i v i n g to t h e
M a r i o n G r a t r i e h . '33. c h a i r m a n . Mm.
C o l l e g e a c c o r d i n g to K v c l v n h ' s i n a y ,
Wolfe.
'3.1. M i s s T . m g n e v .
Man,
M l s e c r e t a r y of S p a n i s h < luh.
Che
T u l t . - n . j u n i o r - . Marv L,,u W a l t h e i
I he a l u m n i d r a m a t i c s a n d .I. hate
p i c t u r e " L a ' s M c n d i d n s " . h> V e l a s and Louise M o r n - , -..phomore., a tv will m , . 1 ;il t h e h o m e of M i s s
q u e z . iva> p r e s e n t e d hv t h e c l u b to
T b . e a s t f..r t h e plav i n c l u d e - ih,
^\ g u^e s |1. uulU ( . , v , .
assi-tant
juo,..-,,,the C o l l e g e at the S p a n i s h carnival
following:
\ n i i g o i i e . l-.yelvn W . I U . I
. , . , , . ] , . p , , „ n , i r r , l U a l 3 n o o'clock
,m S a t u r d a y . A p r i l 1«»-_ ll. will ' "
Ii, r s i s t e r . M a r i o n W e l c h
r t h e p u r p o s e . f d r a w i n g up t h e
h u n g ill t h e L o u n g e o l
Richardson
'31;
Cre, u. K i n g .,f T h e h . -. I 1.1. 1 c. • i i s t u u l i o i i , a n d g a l l . , r i n g n a m . - .u
hall i m m e d i a t e l y a f t e r
assembly.
• r o s p , c t i v e i m inkers. T h o s e w h o are
. u n a ( .alu-ha. ' M : T e i r , - i a - .
th. . x p e e t e d to he present are ;
M r,
,|,nd
prophet.
Mvin.i
T r e i i t l e i n a n . R..i:er B r i g g s . f o r m , r f a c u l t v
mem
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baton;
g u a r d . I.ma
Wilson.
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d i r e c t o r ,,i d r a m a t i c s in tin
M a r g a r , I Starr, and Josepl
. m n i o r h i g h s c h o o l in t h i s citv ; I x a t h
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p l a c e al t h e a n i m a l I ,
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•, will •.-iv " ' l h . B a r n I 1 >r
half, M i s s l a . I - o n - a i d
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f o r the t h i r d
anno,
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M o v i n g I p dav d i i i u . r ol t h . cl.e
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will h . g i n al i . a i n o ' c l o c k
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ir I „ , „ . B . u i i .
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lh
EUGENIA MILLARD
TO BE PRESIDENT
OF SPANISH CLUB
: :
i i vS:'S l H H ^ ' i i : ALUMM TO FORM
DRAMATIC DEBATE
SOCIETY TOMORROW
Association
Completes
Election Oi Officers „i,s-,,e,er. M,- Barker; chorus
' ; Six To Try For Prize
I
Tuesday Night At 8:30
1933 Dinner Postponed
To Thursday, May 26
M o v i n g I |, 3 .v t i n - w a r
'I hi f o l l o w i n g •
vv. 1. noli
i n . i l e d f,,r t h e , la
dav o i l , , . 1
Mass poet, Helen Mead;
peplie
V e r a Burns, Sainili 1 I n . n a n . . , an
t a i l T a r h o x ; h i s t o r i a n , Mi. . Gil
I'm a n d G, , , r e e R i . e ; a n d I. - t a p .
I n a n . e s G a y n o i a n d \ 1 1 . l n vv l i n t
!
lUAMv
M a . ear, I N a u - e h e e, n, ral eh in
•nan for lh, d i n n e r . II, I
mull.
ehainnell
are
I ran,a s
McMali.a
\aoim
Mhr.cht.
Mvina
law.
R a l p h H a n i - , and I. h n I Utl. Is,.,,
I*ri liters
F r a n c e s C o r n e l l , '31, w a s a r e c e n t
w e e k - e n d g u e s t at the G a m m a K a p p a
P h i sorority h o u s e .
TO
HAVE
SCHEDULES
TO CONDUCT
HIKE
ARE
ENGAGED
n o n c e s t h e e n g a g e m e n t of
Mari,
Van
In, - e n . . \ '34. !•• N e l s o n B e n
/..,.. •• R, u - s e l a e r I '• 4v t, . Iiuic iii-(i
ALUMNAE
MEET
• radual. miinl.erT i n oliic. r - • I
lb,- ah
ipl. r are . p i . u
I M , , , C m - M u s l u r , '27.01 Ravci
ni.l - . e n . . . . . M . l a m e G i a n t . 'J>MIMIIV
r
<j\ Sliips liasi »( Psarl SireeJ
5.9270
i 170 Broadway
T h e o t h e r ..flic, rs vv h i c h
were
e l e c t e d a r e ; v i, i - p r e - . . l e n t ,
Hilda
Bradley. '31; secretary, H e l e n Hull, r t y .
'34;
t n a s u n r,
Catherine
Kearney,
' 3 - ; reporter,
Beatrice
Burns, '3s; senior c o u n c i l l o r s , M a r ion l a n g n e j and F l o r e n c e
lxoru...eyer, j u n i o r s ; j u n i o r councillors,
M a r g a r e t I 1art a n d Ann I l e . m a u n ,
sophomores;
soph,.more
councillor-. C a t h e r i n e M o r g a n and Margaret I V i a . . e v , f r e s h m e n ; and juiii. .r c. u i i i c i l l o i s t o I r e s h m e n , 1 I o n s
Bullard,
Elizabeth
Ihlanev,
lane
Marl.....aid. and
Ixatherine
SimMiss M c L a u g h l i n
waawarded
a n l i o n , u 1M v f, >r t h e p e i -. a. w In.
h a - , | , , n e tin
most
I'.., t h e c l u b
Opposite the new
WoJdnrl Asimhi
•SWIELTCIN
d |40
TO
ORDER
PROGRAMS
, I- lb, hlsl
up |, r -eiiloi
p r o e i . m . s a m i p, i - o u a l c a r d s . Mari
Mi, i v.,l, i. '.''^ i h.uiiuaii ol tin c m
m i l l . . . anil, a m , , d
I I I . . . II
FHOM
M E A N S MORE
Mi Hi SB H«av(-r S i n w l
Oiclumtras Furnished l<>r
All Occasions
M a r g u e r i t e < C D o n n e l l , 'S.\, w a s
e l e c t e d p r e s i d e n t of the N e w m a n
c l u b for n e x t y e a r a s a r e s u l t of
the e l e c t i o n s c o n d u c t e d
Tuesday
n i g h t , E l i z a b e t h M c L a u g h l i n , '32,
j.re-ideiit, a i m . m m ed today
Miss
i I ' D o n n e l l i- a m e m b e r of G a m m a
P h i S i g m a sorority and h a - been
a e i i v e in t h e w o r k of t h e c l u b .
,i I m I'lii now l i v i n g in t h e G c i n i l v
.,, \ | h ., v \ n effort w d l ' , m a d e !••
h., , i h i - a l u m n a e a - s o c i a l i o i i
form
VAN HEUSEN CHARLES
Iheiilre
T h e annual hike to D e a n s Mills
of t h e Girls' A t h l e t i c a s s o c i a t i o n wilt
be c o n d u c t e d this v e a r o n S a t u r d a y ,
M a y 21, E l i z a b e t h J a c k s o n , '32, p r e s i dent of the a s s o c i a t i o n , s a i d t o d a y .
T h i s hike is a t r a d i t i o n a l o n e of t h e
a s s o c i a t i o n a n d is c o n d u c t e d e v e r y
vear o n t h e day a f t e r
Moving-Up
day.
M a r y M o o r e . '34. is g e n e r a l
c h a i r m a n for the h i k e .
n.,,,1 ' a l u m n a . ' l u n c h , o n in tin
lap
in, -, r o o m ,,f t h e T e n I'.vck h o t . I
n >.,.m >.,v. Mav 7.
['!,,,. v . , 1 , m a d .
... o r e . , , , , . a
, ,pii ,1 d i - i i i c . c h a p l e r .,f lh, a l u m
, l , \ S s ...S I I . I I I I
A GIFT
Avenue
Mary Moore Will Be General
Chairman of Moving-Up
Day Hike
MISS O'DONNELL
TO BE PRESIDENT
OF NEWMAN CLUB
Biologv i l u h I- t,, c o n d u c t an In
lian I .add, r hike tomorrow
afternoon
T h , - g r nip will m e e t at t h e
e n t r a n c e of G r a p e hall on W a s h i n g
p a , a v i u m at 1 30 o ' c l o c k . W i n i f r e d
L a n s i n g . 'M. president ••! l h , c l u b ,
announced.
Ml t h o s ,
w h . , w i s h ... g o m u s t
- i g n u p . a , the m a i n b u l l , tin h o a r d
hv t h i - . H I , n
ii m I i r a p e r h a l l t"dav
T i n c o i u m i l t e e n u . - l know t h e
d e t i n u e i n . n i h . r g. ,ing in o r d e r . hat
a r r a n g e m e n t s for p r i v a l ,
car- and
r e f r e s h m e n t - mav he c o m p l e t e d , she
HYP. G L A S S E S
I M S I V I'HIOSI I t H ' I I O N s
31S Ce11l1.1l
COMPILED
DEAN MILLS HIKE
WILL BE MAY 21
Miss Moore's committees include;
Juniors w h o are to do their pracpublicity, E l s a K j o l s e t h , '34, c h a i r t i c e - t e a c h i n g n e x t y e a r will be inman, Helen Rich and E v e l y n Rich,
formed
sometime
in J u n e
what
f r e s h m e n ; b u s e s , A n n a K o r e n , '33,
s u b j e c t s a n d at w h a t h o u r s t h e y
chairman; food. Esther \ \ oodhurn,
are to teach, a c c o r d i n g to a n an'M, c h a i r m a n ; c l e a n - u p , M i n n i e M c nouncement from Professor John
N i c k l e , '34, c h a i r m a n ; e n t e r t a i n m e n t ,
M. Sayles, principal of M i l n e H i g h
J a n e t M o r r i s , '35, c h a i r m a n ;
and
s c h o o l . T h e list w i l l b e c o m p i l e d
chapcrones, Elizabeth Gordon,
'}57
f r o m the s c h e d u l e s o f v a c a n t h o u r s
chairman.
w h i c i i w e r e h a n d e d in W e d n e s d a y
T h e f a c u l t y g u e s t s will
include:
to tlu high s c h o o l
otTwv.
Miss
Ellen
Stokes,
instructor
in
mathematics; Dr. Gertrude Douglas,
p r o f e s s o r of B i o l o g y ; M i s s M i n n i e
ARE
NOMINEES
S c o t l a n d , a s s i s t a n t p r o f e s s o r of bio l o g y ; Dr. C a r o l i n e C. C r o a s d a l c ,
I ' . i i l h T . p p e r a n d A n n e I ,. w i r U - C o l l e g e p h y s i c i a n a n d i n s t r u c t o r in
ni. m. j u u i o r . - , w e r e n o m i n a t e d
l o r h y g i e n e ; Dr. M a t i e G r e e n e , a s s i s t a n t
p r e s i d e n t oi
M e n o r a h societv at a i n s t r u c t o r in h y g i e n e ; M i s s l s a b e i l e
m e i t i u g S u n . l a v night in the L o u n g e lob.1st.in. i n s t r u c t o r in p h y s i c a l e d u ,.f R i c h a r d s o n ' h a l f . T h e e l e c t i o n s ,,.' c a t i o n ; and M i - s M a r g a r e t
Hitch. . d i c e r s vv ill he c o n d u c t e d at t h e n e x t cock, i n s t r u c t o r in p h v s i c a l e d u c a t i o n .
m e . ting.
S i n , h u t s mav s i g n u p f o r t h e h i k e
The , a h , r .a . l u n a t i o n s a r e : v icc- on the p o s t e r o n t h e G A . A. b u l l e president.
Hilda
Smith.
\\.><. a n d tin hoard o p p o - i l e the m a i l b o x in
I ihhv I., v i n e . ' 3 1 ; s e c r e t a r y . I ' . a m - the l o w e r c o r r i d o r of D r a p e r hall,
I',..,.hue.'. '34. a n d I - r a n e e s I s r a e l a n d M i s - M
-e said.
I .a..Blumberg,
fri shineit ; t n asu r e r . l l a r r v ValT.e. '34; and r.-porter.
Rose Ixantor.
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N. ivN.KninrK
Band and Orchestra
Instruments
11 IIMuni.KN Mtsic Siioi'
O p p . Coloniul
ROAST
A s t e a k r o a s t w i l l b e c o n d u c t e d by
the Y o u n g W o m e n ' s C h r i s t i a n a s s o c i a t i o n o n T u e s d a y , J u n e 7, at I n dian L a d d e r , a c c o r d i n g t o A s e n a t l i
V a n B u r e n , 'M, p r e s i d e n t . T h e r o a s t ,
w h i c h is t a k i n g t h e p l a c e of t h e c u s t o m a r y annual w e e k - e n d . will he f o r
l o t h the old a n d n e w officers o f t h e
cabinet
V I s , l \ \ M I N I'll
II.
I EVOKY X CO.
General
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NEWS NOTES
rhe Van Heusen Charles Company
Albany, N. Y
\
,N
»Kl Lexington NEWVORK
When the Shelton opened
(7 y e a r s a£a) we b e g a n cat e r i n g to college m e n a n d
women. G r a d u a l l y t h e i r
patronage has increased;
we feel safe in a s s e r t i n g
that more s t u d e n t s make
the Shelton their New York
home t h a n a t any club or
o t h e r hotel. One r e a s o n for
this is t h e f r e e r e c r e a t i o n a l
f e a t u r e s plus a d e s i r e t o
s e r v e on t h e p a r t of S h e l t o n
e m p l o y e e s . Room r a t e s
have b e e n greatly r e d u c e d .
R a t e s from $50 p t r m o n t h
u p w a r d . A room from $2.50
daily.
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4
STATE COLLEGE NEWS. ALBANY. N. Y., MAY 13, 1932
PROMOTES
CHORUS WILL GIVE BOARD
37 TO POSITIONS PROCESSION TO BE
ON 1932-33 STAFF
AT 8-30 FRIDAY!
CONCERT TONIGHT
Miss Phyllis Kraeuter Will Be
Assisting Artist At Final
Affair of Council
The State college women's chorus
will present its filial concert tonight
at 8:30 o'clock, at Chancellor's hall,
Kathryn Belknap, '32, president of
music council, announced. Miss Phyllis Kraeuter, violin cellist, will he the
assisting artist.
The program will include:
J
T h e Call
Andrews
In These Delightful, Pleasant Groves
"
I'urccll
English
Mayday Dance
The Chorus
.-..Dvorak
Adagio
Schumann
Folksong
. . , Sinding
Intermezzo
Miss
Kraeule
II
. 1 hilmainc
Beg-innish
Scotch Folk Song
A Song of Spring • • • . GretchauinofT
Shadow March
Candlyn
The Chorus
Apre un Reve
Kauri'
Menuet
Debussy
Guitarre
Moszkowski
Dance of the Green D e v i l . . . Cassado
Miss
Kmculer
Ave Verum Corpus
.Grieg
Ave Maris Stalla
In the Name of Our God. . .. Willan
The Chorus
Assisted by men from St.
choir.
MISS GREGORY IS
GENERAL CHAIRMAN
FORJ935 DINNER
The freshman class conducted a
dinner in the cafeteria of Hlisted
hall, last night, at 5 :30 o'clock, Clifford Rail, president, said.
Betty Gregory acted as general
chairman for the dinner. Miss Gregory was assisted by the following
committees: decorations. Marguerite
Fischer, chairman, Margaret Wallsworth, Bessie Hartman, and Wilfred
Allard; tickets, Carlton
Coulter,
chairman, Peryl Whipple, and Neva
B o o m ; waitresses, Lillian Payne,
chairman; food and cafeteria, Lucille Manning, chairman, Fdith F.stabrooks, Celia Collins, and Hilda
lleines; advertising, Julius Supera,
chairman, Ruth llilkert, and Dan
Van Leuvan; music, William Jones,
chairman, George Pratt, Sylvia Mann,
and Oracc Pritchard; entertainment,
Louis lilumberg, chairman, Marion
Heincmann, Milton Goldberger, Robert Rafferty, and Ruth Madden.
T h e speakers were: Miss Anna !•'..
Pierce, dean of women, Dr. Karl J.
Dorwaldt, assistant professor of hygiene, and Coach Rutherford R.
Raker, director of athletics. Kail acted
as toastmaslcr for tin- dinner.
1933 Completes Class
Election Of Officers
(CoiiliiucJ from pai/v 1, column 5)
Kerbcl, managing editor, was promoted to the position of desk editor
in the second semester of his sophomore year. During the past year, he
also tilled a position of associate
managing editorship. In this position
he assisted A n d r e w FIritz, '32, retiring managing editor, in the "cub"
classes and assigned stories during
the second semester. He was editorin-chief of the 1935 freshmen handbook. He is a member of the Young
Men's Christian association cabinet,
was a member of last year's freshmen camp committee, and attended
the camp as a tent leader. He also
served on many publicity committees.
He is a member of the Edward Eldred Potter club.
Miss Styn served as a junior associate editor during the past year.
She also was a member of the 1935
freshmen handbook staff. She is retiring council representative for the
Young Women's Christian association. She is a member of Alpha Phi
Gamma and Beta Zcta sorority. Miss
Howard was appointed from the position of desk editor which position
she filled this year. She has been
appointed editor-in-chief of the 193d
freshmen handbook.
TWO OF FACULTY
ASSIST IN SURVEY
OF CITY SCHOOLS
D r . M i l t o n G. Nelson, professor
of e d u c a t i o n , a n d Professor John
M. Sayles, head of the education
department, and principal of Milne
High school, have been assisting in a
survey of the school system of tincity of N e w Y o r k d u r i n g the past
two weeks, according to Dr. A. K.
B r u b a c h e r , president.
T h e s u r v e y is being made under
the direction _ of Dr. Frank P.
Graves, c o m m i s s i o n e r of education
of the s t a t e of New York. Nine
men, p r o m i n e n t in the field of education, were appointed by I If.
G e o r g e M. Wiley, assistant commissioner for secondary education,
to m a k e the survey. T h e s e include
Dr. Nelson; Mr. Sayles; I Jr. Harry
J. L i n t o n , a s s i s t a n t superintendent
iif schools in Schenectady; Harrison II. Van Cott, supervisor of the
junior h i g h schools in New York
slate; and !•'.. K. Proctor, superintendent of schools at L'nionville,
Pennsylvania, who is doing graduate work at New York university.
T h e p u r p o s e of the survey is to
discover articulation between tinprincipals of the schools in New
York city and the supervisory staff
f the city. T h e ,study
, - , . ,is. being
m a d e at t h e request of D r George
J. R y a n , p r e s i d e n t of the hoard of
education of t h e city. He d e s i r e s ,
to find o u t the efficiency and lhe
c c o n o i n y of the system.
Mr. Sayles, Dr. Nelson, and Mr.
I r o c t o r a r e visiting and will rep.,,,
on lhe high schools. Some ol the
schools which they visile,I last
k
a r c . Stuyvesant, W'aslnngton
nig High school of Cummer
and tinDewitt
I'lintoi
schools.
I libers mi the committee
veying the junior high sell,
e l e m e n t a r y schools.
Flection of three more officers of
the class of 1<J33 for next year was
A N N O U N C E S MARRIAGE
completed at a meeting of the class
last week, J. lirucc Filby, class presi
dent, announced today. The officers
Mela / e t a
elected are: secretary, Frances Mcirriage
Crosby. '28
Mahon; treasurer, Ralph H a r r i s ; and lo F
March'28 ai
representative on finance board, John
quirt, New York.
Grosvenor.
Two were nominateil lor class
RESIGN POSITIONS
i beer-leader, Election of this officer will take plan- at a class meeting
the week after Moving-Dp day, Fill,)
I lie h i Vll. I
,i
\|W
lioVKI,
said. The nominees are Evelyn G i n n announces the n signalioit , f Hannah
berg and Prank McFarland.
Parker ami Grenfell Kai
mores, Iron, ibe pi,shim,
ARE ENGAGED
e.l
-s.
G a m m a P h i S i e n ia
engagement nf ( d a d vs
'20 to F r a n k H i l l o I
lege.
announces tin
llarlhoh.nieu
Hamilton col
GOWNS
The annual spring award dinner
I and installation ceremonies of the
C l a s s e s T o A s s e m b l e A t 8 : 0 0 ; • Girls' Athletic association will he
!
Myskania T o Lead March,
conducted Tuesday, May 24, at S :30
'
,
o clock in the cafeteria on m i s t e d hall,
Marshal Explains
according to Elizabeth Jackson, '32,
of the association. Mar; president
.r .
,,
,
,
ion Tangney,'33, is general chairman
Lhe Moving-Up day ceremonies f 0 r the dinner,
will begin on Friday morning, May j The announcement of awards for
20, at 8:00 o'clock, when the members the sports on the spring sport schedof the four classes assemble for the ule will be made at the dinner and
procession into the auditorium of ; the olliccrs and council for next year
Page ball, Katherine T r a c e r , ',i2, will he installed. The members of
grand marshal for Moving-Up day, the out-going council and of the new
council will take part in the ceresaid today.
T h e classes will assemble at 8:00 monies.
The membership of the council ino'clock, and the procession will begin
cludes the officers of the association,
promptly at 8:30. T h e seniors will
a manager of athletics for each class,
assemble in the rotunda of Draper and a representative on the council
hall; the juniors in the first Iloor of from the sophomore, junior, and
Hlisted hall, by the east doorway; senior classes.
the sophomores in the lower corriThe committees for the dinner a r e :
dor of Draper hall in front of the publicity, Alvina Lewis, '.V,, chairCollege Co-operative book s t o r e ; and man, and I l i l d a J I c i u c s , '35; music.
the freshmen in the lower corridor Janet Norris, '35; chapernnes, Mary
of Draper hall, east of the student Trela, '3.1; w.rtresses, Evelyn Staehle,
mailbox.
'35 ; and clean-up, Lucy Wing, '35.
T h e line of march will begin in
front of Draper ball and will extend across the campus to the front
door of Page ball, Miss T r a c e r explained. Myskania will lead the proThree more persons have secured
cession, followed by the grand marteaching positions, according to Proshal and the classes in order, senior, fessor John XL Sayles, principal oi
junior, sophomore, and freshman.
Milne High school and secretary or
Following the ceremonies in the the placement bureau. The total num.
auditorium of Page hall, the lines her of members of the senior class,
will re-assemble and march out the who have signed leaching contracts,
front door of Page hall, around the is now approximately fifty, which is
campus in front of Page hall, and one-fifth of the class.
'lhe three people- who have just
will then form class numerals on the
campus. These numeral formations received positions a r e : lane McLaughlin,
who will teach grade school
will be maintained until after the
planting of the ivy and the ivy speech in New Scotland; Lei.la Morrison,
who
will
teach in the grades at
by the senior ivy speaker, Florence
Friedman. This will end the morning I Morehous lie; and Aiiius Kellogg
ceremonies, Miss Traver concluded. I who will t •h commerce at Wavcrly.
Bureau Places Three
Seniors For Next Year
Sophomore Mascot Eludes Searching
Freshmen In Annual Rivalry Contest
F'or seven days a watchdog, the
s o p h o m o r e mascot hidden in the
p a s s a g e w a y u n d e r IIlisted hall, held
his breath and did not u t t e r a
s o u n d while over fifty freshmen
s c a n n e d the College buildings from
cellar to g a r r e t . As a result t h e
f '34 gained five p o i n t s o v e r
thy freshmen in the intercla
alrv. The mascot was bidden by
W i l l i a m Nelson, p r e s i d e n t of the
class, on May 1, and the freshmen
s e a r c h e d in vain all last week.
P r o m p t l y at m i d n i g h t on S a t u r d a y ,
R o g e r Bancroft, a m e m b e r of t h e
sophomore class, descended into the
passageway
under
the
College
led the " w a t c h d o g "
l i n i i ( | i n g and
,.lc(._ ( V i l . s ( ) f ( l i s
fr()in h j s h i d i
| , , a r d from the
;i|1|„)inlnicllt w m .
f, „• , h e v had
fl.(.s|mu.„ oni(„,UerSr
s e a r c h e d l h e p a s s a g e w a y , but not
,,,, „,
, , , , ,.,„„„,,, , „ ( l i s ( . ( i v , r U u .
. • ( , r i m , i n g " p i i p " of l h e s o p h o m o r e s ,
, Xs ;i ,. ( . s u l t ( ) f t | u . m , l s „ „ , m n l
, | u , S | ,, , 1 | l l ( , r i , s j, K .,-(.ased their
,,,.,,, ;„ r i v : i | r y , , , „ , p e t i t i o n to ten
points. The sophomores w, n the wornn's basketball game, the interclas
.'el ale. and the nias.-ot bunt for ..
total of thirteen points, while the
In sliincn gained three points fnu
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Revotes For Officers
Will Be At 11:10 Today
Revotes for lhe offices of in xl
\ their rivals in the annual fresh n u n - | year's student association will he conducted in assembly at 11 :1() o'clock
s o p h o m o r e basketball g a m e .
| T h e best the freshmen can hope , ibis morning, according to Isabel
for in rivalry is to tie the si • p h o - Peard, '32, president. The candidates
mores. T h e r e are four event s r e - j fur president are Elizabeth Cordon
maining in the c o n t e s t : men's pole and Katherine Moore, juniors. Canrush and w o m e n ' s tug of w;ir on Dlidates for vice-president are Dorolhe night before Moving-Dp day j thy Griffin and Grenfell Rand, sophoaud sluul and sing on M>>\ ing-L'p i m o r e s ; secretary, Dorothea Gahagan
day.
Pole rush and tug of war and Dan Van Leuvan. freshmen,
count t w o points each, while s t u n t !
Following the elections there will
and sing count three each. T h e be a rehearsal of lhe Ivy song which
winner of interclass rivalry will vvill be sung on Moving-Dp day.
have the class n u m e r a l s e n g r a v e d
on the rivalry CUD.
!
ENTERTAIN SORORITY
;-up.
ARE W E E K E N D GUESTS
Miss Minnie It Scotland, assis! taut professor of biology, Miss
losepbiue Hrown, '29. Dorothy M a r g a r e t E. I l a v e s , assistant inn
Cole. '2'). Phoebe Mercereau. '30, fessor of child d e v e l o p m e n t , and
Marilla Smith, '3d, F.dythc Cairns, '31, j Miss Caroline A. Lester, inslructo,
Irene Dickinson, '31, Helen I Inward, [in m a t h e m a t i c s , e n t e r t a i n e d
Psi
'31, Doris Markham, '31, and Clarice G a m m a s o r o r i t y al lea Sunday
Prince, '31, were guests at Kappa | afternoon at Miss S c o t l a n d ' s apartDella sorority last w e e k e n d .
' nienl on State s t r e e t .
COTUKLL & LEONA1U)
roy
State college will offer live new
courses next year, Miss Elizabeth
Van Dcnburgh, registrar, announced
today. There will also be one change
in the faculty, according to Dr. A.
R. liruhacber. president. Ruth Gwendolyn Moore will replace Miss Ruth
Kelley, supervisor of English in
Milne High school. Miss Moore graduated from Stale college in 1928.
Two of the new courses added to
the College curriculum will be given
by the English department. They a r e :
English 38, the English language;
and English 39, voice training ami
phonetics. The
other new courses
a r e : Creek 3A, types of Greek literat u r e ; general science 2 ; and history
30, development of American culture.
Several changes in the courses
have also been made. English 31, dehating, has been changed to English
4, the introduction of debating. English 34, advanced composition, has
been changed to creative writing.
The other changes have been made
in the education department. Education o, problems in supervision, has
been changed to Education 130. a
graduate course. Education 8, educational hygiene, will be changed to
Education III, and Education 12.
psychology of adolescence, to Education 129.
Another important
feature
has
been introduced, in regards to the
language credit. Credit will not be
given for only one year of French,
German, or Spanish. The reason for
this change is thai the administration
thinks that one- year nf a language
is nut sufficient for an adcipiatc
background, Miss Van
Dcnburgh
THE H I G H SCHOOL LUNCH
Quality and service ut a low cost
President
Dr. A. R. Brubacher Announces
One Change in Faculty
For Coming Year
846 Madison A M
I'Olt ALL DFGKFFS
W. W. ANimi.WS,
fjtfJBttSBt COLLEGE TO GIVE
^UMAYM FIVE NEW COURSES
OPTICIAN
*Albaity,
N.Y.
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