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VOL,
XVI. No. 29
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, MAY 27,
OFFICERS ASSUME
NEW TASKS TODAY
Miss Peard to Induct Student
Association Leaders;
Reports Ready
T h e officers of the Stale college
s t u d e n t association for next year
will be installed in the a s s e m b l y in
P a g e hall auditorium at 11:10 today, Isabel Peard, '32, retiring
p r e s i d e n t , announced.
T h e officers of the association for
1932-1933 will be: president, K a t h erine Moore, '33; vice-president,
Grenfell Rand, '34; secretary D a n
Van Leuvati, '35; song leader, [Catherine LOUR, '33; and cheer-leaders,
l a n c t Norris and Kenneth Christian, freshmen.
Rand, retiring secretary, will give
his animal report to the student
body this morning. Helen Mead, M.
president of the dramatic and art
association, will announce the new
members of the council. The new
members of the council of the music
association will be announced by
Kathrvn Belknap, 'M, retiring president. 'Clarence llidley, assistaiu professor of history and treasurer ol the
association, will give the financial
report.
T h e regular business of the association will include the taking from
the tabic of the resolutions presented by Samuel D o r r a n c e , 3_,
c h a i r m a n ' of the c o m m i t t e e to inv e s t i g a t e student publications.
These resolutions provide: "Hesolved : That the finance board be ins t r u c t e d to appoint live senior
m e m b e r s of the c o m m e r c e department to check over the b o o k s of
1'urther
the several publications.
lie il resolved: Thai the business
m a n a g e r s of the several publications be instructed to posi weekly
a schedule of the a d v e r t i s e r s ilia!
will be visited. T h i s will prevent
duplication and killing the advertisers by too much pursuit alter
them, t h e committee to invcsli.••lc the I ks of the publications
v, ill he k n o w n as the board of business m a n a g e m e n t of the publications and will act as a supervisory
body over the schedules posted by
the business m a n a g e r s . "
STEWART GAY, '34,
WILL BE Y. M. C. A.
LEADER FOR 1933
siew-,,,1 Cav, '3-1, will be pies
T i n oi the Slat, colh •.-, N 'iin
Men'-. ( hri-lian a - . . , ml n .11 m
l'l.ij 3.v Midr.w l l . i l / . '3_', p i . dent, announced today.
, Mlnr Mllicers uill be: d o p r o
d i n t , KIUIIIOIHI Harris, M3; seen
l;,,v Kenneth loin.-i,,11. '33; Ilean n i . lolin Mils,
d< locate, \\ illiam
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I lav ha- annoii
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:' h d m I t e l h I
Y. M. ( . \. cabi
son and M m C
h e n Robinson'.
Robert Mivei'-.
,, -.nphomoies:
and Philip U i . o
m Van I i l i u m
and Clifford Kail,
and Tliui-loii Pa
Katlierine M. Moore, 'XI
was
elected president of the student
association for next year, according
to Isabel Peard, '.M, president oi
the association for this year. T h e
o t h e r officers for next year include:
vice-president, Grenfell Rand, \34;
secretary, Dan Van l.euvan, '33;
song leader, Katlierine Pong, 'SS;
and cheer leaders, Janet N o r r i s and
Kenneth Christian, freshmen.
Eleven m e m b e r s of the junior
class w e n " l a p p e d " for Myskania,
senior secret honor society, at the
Moving up dav exercises Friday.
T h e new m e m b e r s , in the order of
their "lapping," a r c :
Marv Kli/abelh I'r.la
I.aura Helen Slyn
Katlierine M a r g a r e t Moore
Frances K a t h r v n McMaluui
Alvina Rich Lewis
Bernard Stanley Kerbel
lolm Henry C m s w n o r
V l i / a b e l h Marv C o r d o n
|,din Charles i M l c i s . .11
Cilherl lie I.aura
Helen Mae Crolllie
ALM1RA RUSS, '34,
HEADS COMMITTEE
OF JUNIOR GUIDES
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Hii-s, '31. uill be chair
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Team To Play Clarkson Tech
Tommorow at Ridgefield
In Last Contest
By
KENNETH
'32,
T h e State nine turned back the
H a r t w i c k college baseball team last
S a t u r d a y at Ridglield park by a
score of 6 to 2. T o m o r r o w the
Purple and Cold team will play the
last contest of the diamond season
when it opposes the Clarkson Tech
a g g r e g a t i o n at Ridglield park. T l u
game will get under way at 3:00
o'clock sharp.
" S w e d e " Detlefson, centerfieldcr,
provided the most spectacular drive
of the day when he s l a m m e d one of
H.cchc's pilches to the track in a
deep center field for a three-bagger,
scoring Blum and Morcland.
"Hack" Young, with two singles.
two walks, and a sacrifice hit out
of live times at nal, hail a perfect
day with the stick. Fay Blum, veteran outfielder, and "< >ssie" Brooks
each scored two singles ill three
trips to the plate.
The outstanding fielding of Cap
tain Coodrich and s h o r t s t o p work
of Del.aura were the defensive
h i g h l i g h t s of the g a m e .
Brooks allowed eight hits hut
was most effective with the men on
the bases, l i e scattered the Hart
wick binglcs so effectively that hut
one earned run was scored oil his
offerings.
P r , „ , k s will twirl in the Clarkson
game tomorrow ami Coodrich will
catch. This game will mark the
final a p p e a r a n c e on a Slate college
nine of Coodrich, l.lovd Morcland
and Fay Blum.
^ Dr. George B. CtHten, president of
Colgate university, will speak at the
commencement exercises to he conducted Monday, June 20, at 10:00
o'clock, in the I'age ball auditorium.
About 330 degrees will he conferred,
P'r. A. R. Brubacher, president, said
today. These will include ISO bachelor of arts degrees, 145 bachelor of
science degrees and 33 masters degrees.
Hr. Brubacher wall be ihe speaker
at the baccalaureate service to he
conducted Sunday afternoon, luue
19, at 4:30 o'clock in the P a g e ' h a l l
auditorium.
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FOR COMING YEAR,
PROFESSOR SAYS
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Alice Ciblin is general chairman
for ihe affair, I ler committees will
include: a r r a n g e m e n t s and refreshm e n t s , Vera Burns, chairman, Kenneth Miller, losephine Holt; bids,
Mildred Crowley, chairman, Rosemary H a r v e y ; decorations, Michael
Frolilieh, chairman, Audrey Flowers. Robert b'loodv, a m i " Robert
R a n k i n s ; music, |.i,,yd Morcland,
chairman. Albert S t r o n g and Mildred Smith; program. Helen Burgher, chairman. M iru Mini eater ;md
Until Coldsinilh; and d i a p e r . m e s .
Franc, s Keller, chairman, Virginia
Hawkins, and H o n o r Million!.
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Senior ball will begin at 9:00
o'clock, and will be conducted at
the Auraiiia club, South Allen
sired.
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T h e speakers for the breakfast
will be ihe four presidents of the
class. They a r e : Katlierine Tracer,
president, 1928-29; Ceorge P. Rice,
1929-30; Curtis Rulenher, 1930-31;
and Dorothy Hall, 1931-32.
Prof, -so, loin, M Savle's, principal ,,| Milu, High school and sec-
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T h e social events for ihe 1932
C o m m e n c e m e n t week-cud will include a senior class breakfast, either
Sunday, June 19, or Monday, June
20, and senior ball, Monday night,
June 2(1.
LAURA STYN, '33,
TO BE SILVER BAY
DELEGATE JUNE 21
Freshmen Feature Fire Hose In Rivalry;
Sophomores Defend Pole Successfully
Plllldl
,
P r e s i d e n t A. R. B r u b a c h e r ,
who will present the d e g r e e s at
the annual c o m m e n c e m e n t exercises in the auditorium of
Page hall on Monday, lime 20.
I.aura Slyn, 'JiS, president-elect of
the Young W o m e n ' s Christian association, will attend the annual
Silver Bay student conference to be
c
Iiicled at Silver Bay from luue
21 to W e d n e s d a y , June 29, according I,, Asenalh Van Buren, 'Si,
preside,II.
T h e conference is conducted each
year at Pake Ceorge. About 600
en Is from colleges in Southern
CONDUCTS ELECTION
\ e w F.uglaud, Xew York and New
Jersey attend each year. 1 .asl year
M a n Hohertv, \ U , uill be presi- M i s s ' Van Buren r e p r e s e n t e d ' the
dent ,,l I III Sinn,a Tlicta sorority Y. W C. A.
f.,i in \i \, ar as a ,, still of dec'
Ihe t h e m e of the i .inference is
lion- conducted Monday night T h e " I ' h e world crisis and student r.
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Professors
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I Hen M u r p h y . M 3 ; s e c r e t a r y , H e l e n Mount l l o l v o k e college, Smith colH o h e r l y , '3-1; t r e a s u r e r , K a t l i e r i n e lege, f l m i r a college, and
Yassar
will lead discussions during the
Mice Fil'/patr'ick, '31;' , ri'lic, May' e o n l , | , m e . d d l e a , l i v i i i c . S w i l l III
bell,
M a l l h e u s , Ml; Mewanlcs's . hide recreation, s e n ices, stmh in
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Colgate President Will Talk
At Graduation Exercises
Monday, June 20
SPURTS EiiiTjm, STATE COLLEGE NEWS
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Miller Distributes Lollypops,
Signs Of Esteem, To Senate
"N.
DR. G. B. CUTTEN
WILL BE SPEAKER
STUDENTS ELECT
KATHERINE MOORE
1932-33 PRESIDENT
In I p
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STATE NINE WINS
HARTW1CK GAME
CALENDAR
Today
11;00A, M.—Assembly, Auditorium, I'age hall.
Tomorrow
2:00 P. M.—Chemistry club picnic.
Van W i e ' s point. Meet
at chemistry d e p a r t m e n t .
Saturday, June 4
5:00 A. M..—Kxaininations begin.
W e d n e s d a y , June 15
12:00 n o o n — K x a i n i n a t i o n s end.
Saturday, June 18
Class and A l u m n i day.
Sunday, June 19
4:00 P. M.—Baccalaureate service. P a g e hall.
Monday, June 20
10:00 A. M . — C o m m e n c e m e n t .
P a g e hall.
9:00 P. M. Senior Ball.
Aurania club.
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues
1932
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j physician; Miss Isabel!,' lolnist, ,11
| and Miss M a r g a r . l Hitchcock, in
I s t n i c l o r s in physical education d b .
captains were F.luabelh Ixaniiiu i, r.
' ' 3 1 and lanel N'orris, "33.
State Scores First Shutout
Game Against Cooper Union
'I'h, first .hut mil ol lb, .,.,-,ai
- , , , r , d In a Male colh . e pitcher
or, Hired al ihe C,„,p, i I nmn
i .one win n I isiuer Brooks, star
right hand, r of iln
pit, lung
crps,
blanked
iln
opposition
with l u o hits, one ,,, which u a - a
-, oil. li single in ih, in -I limine
trol, striking • nil l, n men in ihe
- c o n innings he worked
The
filial s e r e was In I,, (i. Brooks
b o n g aided by l i m n hilling
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Benedict.
t lalkson Tech will he ihe opponent
for
tomorrow
and
Brooks will again take ihe
mound lo irj to duplicate In- feat
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N. Y., MAY 27, 1932
State College N e w s
Established by the Class of 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for Teachers
T H E N E W S BOARD
ALVINA R. LEWIS
206 Western Avenue, 4-1839
Editor-in-Chief
BERNARD S. KERBEI.
Managing
2.1 Western Avenue, 3-0960
MARY DOHERTY
Chi Sigma Theta, 678 Madison
JEAN CRAtCMtLE
Editor
Finance
Manager
Avenue, 2-f>12«
Advertising
Manager
Pill Delta, 20 South Allen Street, 2-9836
MARION HOWARD
Associate
Managing
Editor
160 Western Avenue, 3-6935
LAURA S T Y '
'Issociate Managing
Editor
Beta Zeta, 490 VJ Western Avenue, 2-3266
SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Harriet Dunn, Ruth P u t n a m , and
Margaret Service.
JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Almira RUSK,
Elizabeth Salese, Thelma Smith, and Kathryn Wilkins. R E PORTERS: Luisa Iglesias, Rose Kantor, Carolyn Kramers, Hilda
Smith, and Edith Tepper, seniors; Celia Bishop, Diane Bochner,
Hilda Boolcheim, Beatrice Coe, Marion Mlcczek, Rose Rosenheck, Bessie Stetkarm, and Elizabeth Ztiend, j u n i o r s ; Ruth
Brooks, Florence Ellen, Irwin Friend, Dorothea Gahagan, Bessie
Hartman, Hilda Heines, Emily Hurlbut, Olga Hyra, Anna
Koren, Valentine Reutowich, Esther Rowland, Dan Van Leuvan,
and Ruth Williams, sophomores. ASSISTANT FINANCE MANAOER:
Katherine Haug, '34. CIRCULATION MANAOER: J e a n Watkins,
•33.
BUSINESS S T A F F : Beatrice Burns, Mildred Facer, Edith
Garrison, Frances Maxwell, Elizabeth Premer, Alma Quimhy,
Julia Kiel, and Margaret Walsworth, sophomores.
Published every Friday in the college year by the Editorial
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The News does not necessarily endorse sentiments expressed
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Anonymity will be preserved if so desired. The N E W S does not
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CHECK ON BUSINESS MANAGERS
T h e question of the formation of a hoard of business
management for the College publications and the regulation of the advertising work of these publications in
relation with each other will he brought before the
student association ibis morning when the resolutions
presented by the chairman of the committee to investigate student publications will be taken from the tabic
for discussion.
T h e first resolution, providing for the appointment
of a board of five senior members of the commerce
department to audit the books of the publications, presents a means for an adequate check over a department
which has heretofore been loosely supervised. It will
also eliminate any possibilities in the future of accusations against the integrity of any individual business
manager.
The second resolution, which provides for the posting
weekly of the advertising schedules of each publication,
is intended to diminish the possibility of conflict between these publications to a negligible degree, to prevent duplication, and to check on the interest and ability
of the advertising managers, by means of the publicity
given to the work which they are doing.
In its present form, however, this second resolution
does not present adetpiate provisions for the solution
of the present advertising problems of the publications.
An amendment should be offered which will make possible the completion of the purpose set forth in the
resolution.
ATTEND BASEBALL GAMES
ADVERTISING AND THE BUDGET
BOOKS:
REMAKERS
OF M A N K I N D
ELINOR
WYLIE'S
POEMS
SINCLAIR'S REMINISCENCES
By A. R. L.
(For Sale in College Co-op)
Remakers of Mankind.
By Carle.ton Washburne. John
Day Company. N e w York. 3.59 pages. $4.00.
T h e a u t h o r t r a c e s educational t r e n d s of t o d a y in
all parts of the w o r l d in this extensive s u r v e y of
m o d e r n national p h i l o s o p h i e s .
A c t i o n s of leaders in education are p a r t i c u l a r l y the
objects of his s t u d y . T h e i r m e t h o d s , h o w they shape
the m i n d s of c h i l d r e n a n d direct the t h o u g h t s of
y o u n g people, and t h e p r o b a b l e resultant effect upon
the histories of n a t i o n s a r e presented.
AH c o u n t r i e s — C h i n a , J a p a n , India, Africa, a n d
Russia—are in the midst of a t r e m e n d o u s youth
m o v e m e n t , a titanic h e a v i n g and s u r g i n g of ideas of
peoples wdio have l o n g lain d o r m a n t . T h e p r o g r e s s
of Ibis m o v e m e n t in each of them is individually
considered.
T h e n , too, i n o r j i n t a n g i b l y philosophic q u e s t i o n s
are taken up. S h o u l d m o d e r n children place their
c o u n t r i e s before c o n s c i e n c e s ?
Mow far should t h e
t e a c h e r affect the t h o u g h t of his p u p i l s '
Should
leanings t o w a r d i n t e r n a t i o n a l i s m be e n c o u r a g e d or
checked5
T h e s e issues a r e alive a n d vital. And they ar
p r e s e n t e d in a like m a n n e r .
('HI.1.1J.K
the ptiblii atinn
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of 111i
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new N E W -
duties for the next j ear and in
111.Ill S I t - p o l l . I.
for the future'
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sel lor Ihe board by lh
activities and a. hit \ enn il- of tin 1931 .12 hoard an
staff will be chili, up t,, qua! .end lo surpass
T h e N E W - is tin und
,i lh
College, and as such is the ollii ial
ipn
Mud. nl riiiniiriii and i,pinion
'I In- .
,l ill
NhW- will be open .it any lime for si
Critic IMIIS, < OII-II ii, live . oliuiielil and .pin
will be of he in 111 lor lh • in.-IIILi , ,
Women. She also managed the G. A. A.
varsity basketball team as a sophomore.
She was a member of the committee for arrangement of sophomore soiree. This year
she was again manager of women's athletics
for the junior class and manager of varsity
basketball. She was a member of the juniorfreshmen welcome committee. Miss Trela
was general chairman for the class luncheon during the annual junior week-end.
She also was chairman of G. A. A. alumnae
week-end and the annual Camp Cogswell
week-end. This year she occupied a position on the hockey team for women and was
elected to the G. A. A. honor council, which
is the highest honor attainable for women's
athletics. Miss Trela acted as junior councillor for Newman club this year. Next year
besides being president of G. A. A., she will
he a senior class representative in the biology club. Miss Trela was graduated from
Bedford Hills High .school. Her major is
biology. She is a member of Phi Lambda
sorority.
embody
the contents
of h e r four
I
ks of p o e m s ,
Nets to Catch the Wind. Black Armour. Trivial
Hreatli.
Creatures in the exact seand Angels and Earthly
quence and order in which they were published, with
the addition of a section of poems h i t h e r t o u n p u b lished in book form.
T h e most s t r i k i n g c h a r a c t e r i s t i c of Klinor W y l i e ' s
p o e t r y i.s the e v e r y w h e r e - p r e s e n t beauty of line, of
r h y t h m and of tonal coloring. Even i n ' h e r lightest
pieces, b e a u t y is n e v e r t h e l e s s always p r e s e n t
And
u n d e r n e a t h her a s s u m p t i o n of lightness then- is m e n ial restlessness; behind the gayety of her manner arc
fortitude and spirit.
T h e publishers have given to "Collected I ' o e m s " a
fitting format. T h e volume h a , both d i g n i t y and
beaut v.
committee, a member of the campus commission, and participated in the elementary
dramatics class plays, l i e was a member of
the committee for arrangements for freshmen camp. He participated in the annual
T roubadors' shows for the past two years and
was a member of the G. A. A. musical comedy cast last year. During the past two summers, he was a member of the summer news
staffs. This year, Kerbcl was a member of
the Y. M. C. A. cabinet. He was editor-inchief of the freshman handbook and was
associate managing editor of the N'KWS. l i e
alien.led the freshmen camp as a lent leader.
Kerbcl was one of the delegates to the Yorktown
Sesciui-Centennial celebration.
He
acted as toaslmastcr of the junior luncheon.
Kerbcl played on the inierclass basketball
teams and participated in campus day and
Moving-up day s m u t s for the past two years.
lie is a charter member of the Edward Eld.
red Potter club, men's social organization.
Kerbcl is a graduate of Albany High school.
He is a major ill history and minor in gov-
LAURA HELEN S T V :
be pi
idem
of the Young Women's f i l l St 1,11
ocialion
Till
III.
nation
xt ye
VV'.C. A." In her'fresh,',"", 1 ,' year she was
"cub" reporter on the STATI; COLLKOE NEWS
In her sophomore year she was an al
tendant to the c a m p u s queen, served o
to''th r e e New York "slate Student coliferent
at Rochester, a member of the sophomor
debate team, and a member of soplinmur.
^ ? j ^ ! : r ' ^ ^ a t e ' S o r ^ J h e N ^ v s S , V m' i
lit.ir of the freshmen b a n d t
ideate
of th<
shi
Headed the New York
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come committee.
She wa
Collected Poems. By Elinor VVylie. Alfred A. Knopf. men welc.
if class stunt for campus da
New York. 311 pages. $3.50.
' of the cominitt.•e for Mov
A l t h o u g h nut a v o l u m i n o u s poet, the late F.linor
\ t year Miss Sty ., will be
VVylie was o n e of t h e m o s t gifted lyrists of the first a gradual maging editor of the N i u s .
e of Hamburg Hi gh school,
q u a r t e r of this c e n t u r y . T h e c o n t e n t s of this book
>f Kden. H e r in;ijor is com
EL?!
Gamma
lernity.
niuor is history. She is a
:ta Zeta sorority, and Alph
laliunal honorary journal,st.
KATIIERINE MAKOAKKT MOOKK
idellt o f III,
111,
Joll.N H E N R Y G K O S V E N O K
was the director of the annual Troubadors' show this
year. He will be art editor of the Pedagogue
next year. Since his freshman year he has
served on class song committees and wrote
the music for two prize winning alma
maters for the Moving-up .lay sings. He
was chairman of the college song comAs a sophomore, he
mittee this year.
served on the door committee for soiihomore soiree and was a member of the cast
of the G. A. A. musical eonie.lv. He was
treasurer of the French club ibis year and
will serve in the same capacity next year.
This year he was also co-chairman of the
music committee for junior prom, was
treasurer of the Troubadors. and was reporter of Spinisl, club.
l i e will b, ,
l i e ' ' has ''participated'' in T a m p u s * clay* ami
M.
dai
iduated",,', i, Gobi, skill High s cho.il. l i e
f Kapp Delta Kb, (rate,
ml Kappa I' ii Kapp i. national ( ducat i
fraternity fo
blench
l-.nglM,.
ELIZAIIETH MARY CORDON was delegate
o the annual convention of the National
student Federation of America al Toledo
lino. She served as chairman of the execilive committee of the N. S. F. A. this year.
\s a freshman, she was a member of the
atllle
ip day, and rdirected it for preit Alum,,, day in June, 10.111. She
. "cub" report.•r on tin- News. Mr, s'.NI,
vas elected se.cretury of the stuck- nt .'
'""'•'•' •'•"! participatecMu the annual 'freshprize
sptakc
ZT
effective.
" I believe
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with a m \
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Sin. lair v
and see
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in
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of the class. chairman .
o f t h e Y.
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Jim
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V. < . A. cabS. F. A. com.ember of ihe
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.•simian party,
of ihe Selie
history.
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By Upton Sinclair.
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inehart. New York. $2.15. 274 pages
T h i s bock , , a book .1 reminiscence by C
Sinclair, the a u t h o r of " Ihe W e t I'arad " in w h i c h
he frankly and e n g a g i m ly I races from
1 High
childhood the d r a m a t i c incidents and
i.l Ib e i m i l
have made him a social
i flu
p r o p u •anelisi
—loving m a n k i n d a n d h e l n
rin
Il is
I lu-i
an absorbing narrative, ai d an amazingly
•• essay I'RA.Nt Es K.VI IIICV \ Me M WION ,,
in self-criticism.
It is an i xplanalioi
Is
olll
.f Hi, two ,„„„„• member, „f t|„. Dram
spoken espousal of t h e atisc which si
end Art association council. In hei fresh,,
impcr
taut to h i m ; lie d o e s i ol hesitate h
/ c l b . I'lu. I, |iuieh.is .,M'he'e'|';i'", l"„i,!e',' Sl',','"".',"
l
motives and Ihe r e a s o n s which have- m.
is . I...inn.in of lh,- i-osli,,,,,., .,,,,1 ,„ak,
he is
Moving up . l a y - , ,
Heavy hitting and sterling pitching by the baseball
team has thus far failed to attract student support to
the extent to which it should. Less than one hundred
students turned out to witness the shut mil performance
of Brooks against Cooper Union.
W h e n a College has a team whose g a m e s a l w a y s
run into the loss c o l u m n , there is some exetise for
d r o p p i n g interest. Hut when the team t u r n s in performances such as S t a t e ' s has during the season thus
far, there can be no excuse.
He remarks
The best way lo show appreciation of a winning
'Human
e whal hie ,, ak.
team, and the best way to keep it a winning team, is t h e m , and ihe
inalim.' subje
to give il enthusiastic support by s t r o n g a t t e n d a n c e study than the o r i g i n of m e n t a l a n d
al qua
at the games.
T h e d r i n k i n g of m y father
ml
,1' o t h
m y cceei
b.
li.-liei
lllblllo
His id, s on A m e n
deali.si
m a n y sei iilieuls w h i
BOARD BEGINS WORK
With
Myskania "Taps" Only Eleven Juniors;
Leaders Are Prominent In Activities
The State college student association has come to
the point where it will have to face a very serious
financial situation which may well cause curtailment
of extra class activities, cause a greater student tax,
Reverting to a practice initiated in 1930, the retiring Myskania tapped
or possibly result in insolvency for the association.
This year for the first time in its history the STATE the incoming Myskania members in reverse alphabetical order. Eleven
COLLEGE N E W S has failed to make its expected con- members of the incoming senior class were chosen to succeed the retribution to the surplus account of the association tiring Myskania which also consists of eleven members. In 1927-28,
treasury for the reason that no national cigarette there were twelve m e m b e r s ; in 1928-29 and 1929-30 there were 13
advertising w a s published. This meant that national members and the 1930-31 Myskania consisted of 12 members.
Samuel Dorrance, who was the first one to tap, relieved the suspense
agencies would not send a d v e r t i s i n g of o t h e r t y p e s .
Tn o t h e r y e a r s the N E W S h a s handed in profits of of the student body as to which system of tapping would be used, by
tapping
Mary Elizabeth Trela. Helen M a c C r o m i e w a s the last o n e
amounts around $1800. T h e N E W S , together with
dramatic and art association, are the t w o profitable to be tapped.
All
m
e
m b e r s of the i n c o m i n g h o n o r a r y b o d y have been a c t i v e in
student activities, according to the student board of
finance.
When the p a p e r d o e s n ' t make a profit, t h e extra-curricular affairs since their f r e s h m a n y e a r and have m a i n t a i n e d
high scholastic r e c o r d s .
association h a s t o suffer.
'Hie c o m m e r c e , E n g l i s h , and h i s t o r y d e p a r t m e n t s a r e well r e p r c s e n . j d
T h i s year t h e N E W S b r o k e even. Rut the s u r p l u s
lias been reduced b y w i t h d r a w a l s by o t h e r activities. on the incoming Myskania with two members each. The Latin, mathematics,
F r e n c h , a n d biology d e p a r t m e n t s follow with one m e m b e r each.
T h e r e can be but o n e conclusion.
T h e N E W S a n d o t h e r publications must be allowed
MARY
ELIZABETH
TRELA who will be
lo run national a d v e r t i s i n g , including c i g a r e t t e adpresident of the Girls' Athletic association
vertising.
T h i s week is the time for publication next year began her sport's career as a
board h e a d s a n d m e m b e r s of the finance b o a r d to freshman. She was a member of the tugBERNARD STANLEY KERIIEL
will be
take up t h e m a t t e r with t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n . N o w is of-war team in both her freshman and managing editor of the Ni:ws next year.
sophomore years. In her sophomore year In his freshman year he was a " c u b " rethe time for a c t i o n .
she was manager of class athletics for
J O H N C HAKLI
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class nex i y<
I also he director of ll frcsl,
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a t t e m p t s lor personal elm idalion and
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be discouraged li..in lh,- b i v i m i n u '
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d a m a n whose- v a r y i n g concepts of n
niahplete ac c-omit - of the < ollegc a. liviti s, t o g i v i
mid spiritualism c a r r y lite book along in
p i d a.
the s t u d e n t s a c c u r a t e details and information
it i o n r regardeg.
exciting strides.
ing c u r r e n t p r o b l e m s and events.
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only with the c o - o p e r a t i o n of each individual member of the s t u d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n that such it p u r p o s e standing importance . . . J have said nothing about
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exquisite p r o s e . Il has a quality like beaten o d d
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H u o n g ihe
il,e past year, >h c was
i
laglllg editor ,,f ||,e :\ , u s air
" , "' " h i " ! »f die l i e - .,„
She v,.,, .,!,„ e,|„„, „ | ,| I C , ; A
book .,,1,1 w„» secretary of the c
, Miss
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T.-JT.fc
ouiicd.
She w.
:,! the
u-lbei of tl„
ideated (roll
Moving
III o f 111.
of the
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N.Y., MAY 27, 1932
MOVING-UP DAY CEREMONIES ON CAMPUS
NEW MYSKANIA MEMBERS
Left,
Bernard
Stanley
K e r b e l , w h o w i l l be m a n a g i n g e d i t o r o f t h e STATIC
Cou.Er.E
NKWS
for
next
year. K e r b e l was associate
managing
editor
of
the
N K W S f o r this year, and
was e d i t o r - i n - c h i e f of the
19J5 f r e s h m a n
handbook.
H e w a s a m e m b e r of the
cahinet
of
the
Young
Men's
Christian
association t h i s year, a n d a tent
l e a d e r at t h e a n n u a l f r e s h m a n c a m p f o r m e n . H e is
a g r a d u a t e of A l b a n y H i g h
Right,
Laura
Helen
Styn,
who
is
president
of
llie
Young
Women's
Christian
association
for
next year, a n d
associate
managing
editor
ol
the
N K W S . M i s s S t y n has b e e n
a u i e i n h e r of t h e c a h i n e t
of (he Y . \ \ . C
A.
for
I w o y e a r s , s e r v i n g as u n
di r e r a d i i a l e r e p r e s e n t a t i v e
t h i s y e a r . She w a s c h a i r
man ol the f a v o r s
coinm i l l e o f. >r (he j u n i o r p r o m
and h a - served on i n a n v
class c i i i u i u i l t e e s .
She is
•i g r a d u a t e
of
Hamburg
Mich school.
I.ill,
Mary
Elizabeth
Trela, who
is
president
. l e d ,.f t h e ( . i l l s ' A t h l e t i c
association
Mi-s Trela habeen class m a n a g e r of a t h letics l o r t w o \ e a r - , and was
a d e l e g a t e |,, the a n n u a l
I n . i k e y i a m p o f the eastern
athletic
associations
la-l fall.
She- w a s e h a i r uian lor tin annual l u n c h eon o l l l i e j u n i o r class in
February.
She was g r a d uated f i i . i n I led ford H i l l s
I huh school.
A b o v e , a scene d u r i n g
lion
ill' tin- class
I'liirence
i\>
numeral-
h'rieiluian, ami
cereiiiuiiy.
l l i e iv.v
llie p r e s e n t a t i o n of llie ivy
ol
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u
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on
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speech
campus
i n l l i e I'm v g i , m u d , t h e m e m b e r w a s p l a n t e d hy
liar..Id
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(JII M o v i n g
in
front
,,!'
up d a y , s h o w i n g
l'aUe
o f l l i e n e w a n d ..Id
and C i i r l i s s
hall,
the
Myskauia
Kulcnbur,
HI,
Jin
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I » u , In on
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National
Mlldenl
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I I,, s t u d e n t s a n . I. II 1 "
i n lii
Dorothea Gahauari,
Maiy
Clarke,
Winifred
Btiehl, and
ham a Clark,
liishinen
ivy
fi»IIII;I-
speaker,
i n l i n e l'..r
senior-.
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Left,
John
Henry
GrOBVenor,
win.
directed
t h e '1 r o u b a d o l i r du.vv t i l l veal a n d u r o l e t i n
pri/i
w i n n i n g ahua i n a l e i nl t i n
m i n o r i la-s
I I . i- a l l edi
I..! of l l n
P e d a g o g u e I'm
m \ i veai
l i e is i n a s i i r e i
of l l i e 'I r o i l h a d o l
a n d ..I
III,
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l i e was
ehairuian
of
lln
music
111«.•
the
Kin hi,
H e l e n
Mae
C r o m i e , w h o w i l l l o a d the
music c o u n c i l l o r next \ ear.
MisCromie ha, hem a
member of die c a m p u s c o m
mission lor t i n - year, and
,,[ (he s t u d e n t
telephone
e o i n n i i t t e e . She u a - an a l
lendanl
lo
llie
campus
q u e e n a n d has l a K i . i l p a i l
in c a m p u s d a y a n d
M..\
m e up (lav s l u n l s
She i a g r a d u a t e of M i l n e H i g h
PENNY-A-MEAL CONTRIBUTORS TO UNEMPLOYMENT FUND
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N. Y., MAY 27, 1932
5
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, ALBANY, N. Y., MAY 27, 1932
Y.W.C. A. OFFICERS
TO BE INSTALLED
Miss Van Buren to Induct
New Officers in Lounge
Wednesday at 4:00
T h e installation of the officers of
the
Young W o m e n ' s
Christian
association
will
he
conducted
W e d n e s d a y at 4:00 o'clock in t h e
L o u n g e of Richardson hall, a c c o r d ing to Asenath V a n Buren, '32,
president.
'The officers t " lie installed a r e :
president, Laura S t y n , 'ii\
vicepresident, Jean W a t k i n s , 'ii; secret a r y , Daisy I'.rysun, '35; t r e a s u r e r ,
Catherine S i n n n c r e r , '34; a n d u n dergraduate representative, Ahnira
Russ, '34.
T h e cabinet m e m b e r s w h o will
also he installed a r e : m e e t i n g s ,
J e a n Watkins, 'M; social service,
Esther
VVoodhurn, 'M;
bazaar,
Marie Judd, 'ii; music, K a t h e r i n e
Wilkins, '34; publicity, Ruth Sage,
'35; conferences a n d c o n v e n t i o n s ,
H a r r i e t Ten Kyck, '35; m e m b e r ship, F.lizabeth C o r d o n , 'ii; social,
M a r y Clarke, '35; d e v o t i o n s , D o r o thea Cahagan, '35; r e p o r t e r , H a r riet Dunn, 'ii; b o o k t a h l e , Beatrice
Cue, '34; and world
fellowship,
Louise Wells, '34.
T h e incnibers of tin- old and new
cabinets will have a steak roast at
..Indian Ladder following the inslal(Sition.
Athletic Teams Enjoy Banner Year;
DIRECTOR
Basketball, Baseball, And Tennis Gain
Installs Officers
By K E N N E T H A. MILLER, '32
SPORTS EDITOR, STATE COLLEGE NEWS
T h i s y e a r lias been a b a n n e r o n e
tor the m e n ' s a t h l e t i c t e a m s at
S t a t e college. T h e r e c o r d s s h o w
that
the 1931-32
intercollegiate
P u r p l e a n d Gold t e a m s h a v e won
m o r e c o n t e s t s than their 1931 p r e d ecessors.
T h e State five w o n seven out of
nine c o n t e s t s m a k i n g 326 p o i n t s to
246 for their o p p o n e n t s . Last year
S t a t e scored 318 to its o p p o n e n t s
367.
T h e lettermen this season
n u m b e r e d eleven while last s e a s o n
but six basketball l e t t e r s
were
awarded.
T h e c o - c a p t a i n s of t h e
quintet, Gil D e l . a u r a a n d Ben I n g r a h a m , both t h r e e y e a r b a s k e t b a l l
l e t t e r m e n , R o g e r Bancroft, high
scoring ace of the last season, and
,ill the o t h e r m e m b e r s of t h e squad
will return next year. T h e defense
c o m b i n a t i o n of D e l . a u r a a n d "Cliff"
Rail is the best that S t a t e h a s seen
A s e n a t h V a n Buren, '32, retir- for some years.
ing president
of the Y o u n g
T h e frosh quintet came through
W o m a n ' s Christian association, with eight victories in ten e n c o u n t w h o will conduct installations ers.
These included victories over
of i n c o m i n g officers and cabinet such s t r o n g t e a m s as Cobleskill
m e m b e r s , W e d n e s d a y a f t e r n o o n , High school and
Mechanicville
at 4:00 o'clock in the L o u n g e of High school.
R i c h a r d s o n hall.
T h e S t a t e diamond a g g r e g a t i o n
has thus far this year w o n t h r e e
out of four c o n t e s t s . T h e baseball
team defeated St. S t e p h e n s by a
score of 2 to I, w h i t e w a s h e d Cooper
L'nion 10 to 0 and t u r n e d back
H a r t w i c k 6 to 2. T h e only loss was
a ten inning e n c o u n t e r with H a r t wick which Stall' d r o p p e d 7 to 6.
Last year Stale won one contest,
S e v e n t y j u n i o r s and their g u e s t s lost one, and tied o n e . T h e o t h e r s
attended the third annual Moving- were cancelled because of rain.
llp day d i n n e r of the class last night T h e Drew college g a m e this s p r i n g
at 5:30 o'clock in the cafeteria of was called off because of wet
I l u s t e d hall.
grounds.
T h e faculty g u e s t s included Miss
S t a t e is a s s u r e d
of a good
A n n a I'".. Pierce, dean of w o m e n , j m o u n d s m a n for next year in " O s Miss Marion !•'.. Kilpatrick, i n s t r u c - sie" Brooks, '34, who struck out 31
tor in Knglish, and Paul Sheats, as- men in the first t h r e e g a m e s this
sistant instructor in government. Al- season thereby joining Leo Allan,
vina Lewis was loastmistrcss. Mar- J
garet kausch was general chairman
for the dinner.
T h e p r o g r a m included speeches
by Mr. S h c a l s ; Bruce h l b y . retiring president of the class; J o h n
I letlefson, president elect ; John Crosvenor, and Ben Ingraham.
A freshman o r c h e s t r a furnished j ,,.. .
music d u r i n g the dinner.
, ''iirtcen members of the State colT h c c h a i r m e n of the c o m m i t t e e s ' k ' « 1 ' 1 : t c l ! l , >' are conducting extension
rations Naomi ! c l l ." r s L 's in Albany and Schenectady
were
' . ..,„ | this semester. The majority of the Alentertainment,
JUNIORS CONDUCT
THIRD MOVING UP
DINNER YESTERDAY
STATE HAS FIRST
INTERCOLLEGIATE
FRESHMAN DEBATE
T h e fust i n t e r c o l l e g i a t e d e b a t e
this year between a freshman team
of State college a n d a team r e p r e senting
Kennselaer
Polytechnic
institute was c o n d u c t e d
in the
Lounge of R i c h a r d s o n
hall on
W e d n e s d a y night, May 11.
T h o s e speaking on the 1935 team
were:
Dan Van I.cm an, first
s p e a k e r ; Milton C . d d b e r g e r , seco n d speaker; Louis Blumberg, third
s p e a k e r ; and William |oiies, rebut
tal.
T h e topic ol t h e d e b a t e w a s :
"Resolved that F r a n k l i n D. k o o s c
velt be elected I'resident of the
United Si itc , with t h : St it: col
lege team upholding the aflirniatic.
Following the d e b a t e , an nihil
lli.ll reception was given by th
d e b a t e council for the visiting team. I
Those
attending
the
reception'
w e r e : Mr. Donald B r y a n t , assistant
instructor of
Knglish and
Miss Virginia Smith, s u p e r v i s o r in
F r e n c h ; Miss Betsey Kccnc, librarian in Milne High S c h o o l ; ami
I),maid
Scott,
special
student
Members of the d r a m a t i c s classes
of Slate college a n d of the Milne
ol d r a m a t i
ngi
T h e cos
if the maki
mothere made l.v
nior -lu
of the Mi'
rlieipalcd.
d e n t s win
\n
b
laculty, Miss | . L . W i s ; ' " ' V
'.
,
, ,,
' B '
Bertha Buhl; waitresses, I Blceker
j " 1 ' 1 , 0 , u -\!,
Presented
at the H a avenu
rmanus
library
on Washington
llilirn ; publicity, J o h n
Del
mil tickets, Ralph I larris. The courses in Schenectady are at the
Nott Terrace High school.
T h e courses presented in the extension division, and the instructors
a r e : Art 1, History of Ancient Art,
Miss F.unicc Purine, head of the art
department , Kconomics 4A, Sociology,
\dain Walker, professor of economohm
;l I,
ics; F.dueation 5B, Kducation 1, PsyT h e f o l l o w i n g is the box
chology, Dr. Arthur Beik, assistant
die Stale-llarlvvick game,
professor of education ; Kducaliou
the details of Hie scorinc
101 A, Philosophy of Fducation, Dean
STATIC ('I)I.I.ICIIK
William Metzlur; Kducalinn 103, PsyA.II. H, II. I'
chological Study of Problem Behavior,
I. I
Ii, H,
Dr. Allan J. I licks, head of the Child
Welfare Division, and Dr. Lloyd II.
lalmn;
i f e t eria,
Baseball Team Beats
Hartwick Nine, 6 To 2
ml
Ih
leek to a
„,. up da
.led
( II tin
I Ii
ll, e class ol 1931
.nil.
tliie
Villi Sleenhl
Noi-ris, Rose Koren,
vn Ki
Russell I ii.llmii, \ \
Du| avM-ence New.
b. Amir Save i
coal and Ruth H u g h e s
Six ol Ihe . l a s - o| 1930 visited
colhi'i
Thev a r e : li.v.-ilv In.i
, \l.ne Moore, Lollis. Dllbee.
1 ,,,,el Kaplan, l«hn Kennedy, and
|.'i,,|i II. U I illliih
Annual Freshman Week-end
Set for September 16, 17,
18, Detlefson Says
T h e a n n u a l freshman c a m p for
m e n will be conducted a t t h e
Y o u n g M e n ' s Christian association
camp at Cassayuna Lake, Friday,
Saturday and Sunday, September
16, 17, and 18, John Detlefson, 'ii,
d i r e c t o r of t h e c a m p , a n n o u n c e d t o day.
T h e p u r p o s e of the c a m p this
year will be to have an informal
g e t - t o g e t h e r of a large r e p r e s e n t a tive g r o u p of the m e n of t h e College, freshmen, tipperclassmen, a n d
faculty.
P e t e r D u r a n d , b o y s ' s e c r e t a r y of
the local Y. M. C. A., a t t e n d e d a
l u n c h e o n of t h e executive c o m m i t tee of freshmen camps Thursday,
and plans for the a d m i n i s t r a t i v e
part of the p r o g r a m were discussed.
A q u e s t i o n n a i r e p e r t a i n i n g to the
c a m p will be d i s t r i b u t e d to the men
of the College today,
Detlefson
said.
" W i t h the new aim of the c a m p
in mind, 1 have no doubt but that
every m a n on the faculty will derive great benefit from a t t e n d i n g
the c a m p , " Dr. Donnal V. Smith,
a s s i s t a n t professor of history ami
faculty advisor of the camp, reA large audience of Albanians, m a r k e d .
including H a n s Gilbert, nephew of
the famous p l a y w r i g h t , and S t a t e
college s t u d e n t s , witnessed Ihe advanced d r a m a t i c s class presentation of l l e n d r i k Ibsen's " H e d d a
l'.dna Becker, 'ii, will be presiG a b l c r " in the a u d i t o r i u m of Page
dent of biology cluh for next year.
hall T u e s d a y night.
Frances C a y n o r , 'il, played the T h e o t h e r officers a r e : vice presileading role of " H e d d a " in the dent, Carol C e d a r q u i s t , 'ii; secred r a m a which was directed by Miss t a r y - t r e a s u r e r , Beatrice Cue, '34;
\ g u e s F u l l e r IT, assistant professor field s e c r e t a r y , Kthel D y c k m a n , ii;
club h i s t o r i a n , Kthel ("ipperly, '34;
of Knglish.
' f i b e r m e m b e r s of the east in- senior r e p r e s e n t a t i v e , Mary T r e l a ,
j u n i o r representative,
Helen
cluded: J o h n G r o s v e n o r , 'ii, as 'ii;
T e s m a n ; Nile Clemens, ' i l , as Miss G o d d a r d , '34; and s o p h o m o r e repreT e s m a i i ; Mildred Quick, 'ii, as s e n t a t i v e , Daisy Bry.son, '35.
T h e a m e n d m e n t to the c o n s t i t u Mrs. Klvslcd; T h o m a s G a r r e t t , '34,
as J u d g e B r a c k ; Robert Rankius, tion, to the elfect that the editor of
the
" L e a v e s , " a publication of Biol'il, as L o v b o r g ; and Ruth llreezee
ogy club, should he elected has
'32, as the maid.
been accepted. T h e editor of the
" L e a v e s " for next year will be Lillian H o w e , 'ii.
DRAMATICS CLASS
SCORES TRIUMPH
WITHJBSEN PLAY
Biology Club Selects
Officers For 1932-33
T h i r t y S t a l e college s t u d e n l s and
faculty m e m b e r s of ihe mathematics d e p a r t m e n t attended the
annual m a t h e m a t i c s club picnic at
M.Kiiovvn's LO-ove W e d n e s d a y at
lernoon.
T h e p a r t y left lor the picnic
grove at 3:3(1 o'clock, where swim- j
mine, and n a m e s were conducted.
T h e urn sis of ihe club were:
Professor H a r r y Birchenough, head
of ihe m a t h e m a t i c s
department;
his d a u g h t e r ,
Barbara, a Milne
High school s t u d e n t ; Miss Kllcn
Stokes, i n s t r u c t o r in m a t h e m a t i c s ;
Miss ( a n d i n c
Lester, i n s t r u c t o r !
in m a t h e m a t i c s ; and Miss Lillian ;
Blomstroiu, i n s t r u c t o r in mat In-Hi.
Needy Students Will Receive
Help From Booksale Project
A plan lo assisl needy studenls of State college will be ina u g u r a t e d next fall, by the College
Co-operative
bookstore,
Miss Helen T. hay, m a n a g e r
said today.
A r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of the Barnes
and Nohle c o m p a n y of New
York city will visit the Co-op
lues,lav, J u n e 7, lo purchase
from the students any new or
used school or college textbooks which they may wish to
sell. A p e r c e n t a g e of the amount
received from Ihe sale of Unhooks a f t e r w a r d s will In- turned
o w r io ihe Co op. This sum
will then be Used to purchase
books lor Ihe Co op which sln.L
. nls may borrow for their own
use.
Any deserv ing studenl will lie
helped in ibis in,inner, M i s , Fay
Z I . T J I T , nciiropsychiatrist at the AlCONDUCTS PICNIC
hanv hospital.
Knglish I5B, the Novel, Dr. Harry
Fift y eight menilie
W Hastings, chairman of the Kng- nan class visile,I th, lain
lish depai nneiil ; < invcriiment 51!, t'ou- IOIUI II. K i r l l a n d , prof,
stitulioual History of the I'niled
duration, Siindav.
Slates from 1K0I) to the present lime,
Dr. David Hutchison, head of ill.'
iM.wriiiiieiii deparlinenl ; I listory 4B,
History ol the L'niled States since
1X50, I'll. I loimal V. Smith, assistant
Iluir Bobbing—Permanent Waving—Finder and Mured Waving
professor of historv : Library Sch uce [
In, Library Methods, Miss Madeline j
at Popular Prices
( nlinoiir, assisiaul professor of library
133 N, Plum. ST.
11 N. I'liuu. Si.
Dial 3-4231
Dial 3-3632
education 105A, Menial MeasureIII,-nis, hi Karl B. South, professor
oi education ; knglish 2111, Readings
A ClIH' FROM
in Mneii.ai, l.iieraiure, Dr. Harold
W. Thompson, professor ol Knglish ,
( ieneral S. ii-uce, I >r < 'ailetoll Power,
MEANS MOKE
assistant professor of physics; and(I t
History I I, Sinericau I'oreigu Rela 1 i
lions, ( lai, n,e llidley, prol'e
hlslol'V
j 170 Hroudwuy
Albany, N. V.
Keep Beautiful at Palladairoo's
a.HIM in n
l,i-i
'30, in State's strike-out hall of fame.
Don
Benedict,
slugging
first
baseman, Hack Young, hard-hitting
fielder, J a c k S a u n d e r s , s o p h o m o r e
speed star, K e n D r a k e , wdio h a s
displayed good w o r k at the hot
corner, " S w e d e " Detlefson, one of
the best outfielders State h a s ever
had a n d Gil D e l . a u r a , w h o plays
a sterling defensive g a m e at short,
will form a nucleus for next season's squad.
T h e tennis team had a fair year
under the leadership of Captain Carl
T a r b o x . T h e y o v e r w h e l m i n g l y won
their first match with St. Stephens
and lost two games on their Verm o n t trip. O n e m a t c h was rained
out and o n e will be played on Saturday.
The frosh under the leadership
of Bill Allard and Cliff Rail have
founded a y e a r l i n g tennis team this
year, while the track followers have
organized a team headed by G u s
Asikis and T o m G a r r e t t .
13 STATE COLLEGE
PROFESSORS GIVE
EXTENSION WORK30 Attend Club Picnic
Wednesday Afternoon
Fifteen Alumni Visit
College For Week-End
'll Stall
, Mban
NAMES
DATES FOR CAMP
VAN HEUSEN CHARLES
;;(,;. i,
I, ,,il
IIIMMI
I .
Mil
I.
, 1
The Van I Icusen Charles Company
'imrnTnrnTTnTmnrnTr^^
ALDEN HALL
Ceo. I J, Jcoliey
Phone (1-7013
WATEUBUKY HALL
New Kales
Hamilton Printing
Company
Konm und Hoard $9.00 Wuuk, Two Meals
ALBANY, N. Y.
Milk, Hrcud ami Hulter f.ir luiiclm*
198 Central Avenue—at Robin
•Albany, N. Y.
r
STATE COLLEGE NE\VS; ALBANY, tf. Y., MAY 27,1032
COLGATE TO HAVE
COLLEGE
lot. RItrey Will Be Faculty
' Guest at Second Annual
Meeting; in June
D r . A d n a W . Risley^ head of t h e
h i s t o r y d e p a r t m e n t , Will b e a g u e s t
m e m b e r of t h e faculty of t h e seco n d annual alumni college conducted by Colgate u n i v e r s i t y from
M o n d a y , J u n e 13, to S a t u r d a y ,
June" 18. D r . R i s k y is a n a l u m n u s
of Colgate, h a v i n g been g r a d u a t e d
from t h e r e in 1894.
T h e alumni college is a project
i n a u g u r a t e d last y e a r a t t h e univ e r s i t y for t h e p u r p o s e of interesting a l u m n i in c a r r y i n g o n their college t r a i n i n g a n d for furthering
a d u l t education.
Alumni attend
.with their families a n d form a
r e g u l a r s t u d e n t b o d y with comm e n c e m e n t exercises a t t h e close'of
t h e o n e week's t r a i n i n g period.
"Lectures a r e . given each d a y on
v a r i o u s subjects by m e m b e r s of t h e
C o l g a t e faculty a n d visiting p r o fessors.
D r . Risley will lecture on biograp h y . S o m e of t h e o t h e r talks to
b e given a r e : l i t e r a t u r e , D r . W .
H . C r a w s h a w , head of t h e English
d e p a r t m e n t of C o l g a t e ; geology,
P r o f e s s o r H . O. W h i t n a l l , head of
t h e Colgate geology d e p a r t m e n t ;
hobbies, D r . G e o r g e B. Cutten,
president of t h e u n i v e r s i t y ; social
work, D r . E u g e n e Bewkes, clean of
m e n ; a n d intercollegiate a t h l e t i c s ;
Cn:>ch A n d r e w Kerr, coach of a t h letics at Colgate.
T h e periods for t h e lectures include forty-five m i n u t e classes; fifteen minutes for discussion, a n d a
ten m i n u t e recess b e t w e e n classes.
Alpha Rhcr s o r o r i t y a n n o u n c e s
t h e m a r r i a g e of H a ^ e l Bowker, '30,
t o i G e o r g e Miller, a t W o o d s i d e ,
N e w H a m p s h i r e o n D e c , 20, 1931.
TO MEET ITHACA
T h e State t e n n i s team will j o u r n e y t o I t h a c a t o d a y t o play I t h a c a
college t o m o r r o w . T h e team, led
by Captain Carl Tarbox, will include V i n c e n t Meleski, J a c k Saroff,
and A n t h o n y Sroka, s e n i o r s ; a n d
Sanford L e v i n s t e i n a n d G o r d o n
Hughes, juniors.
W, VV, ANUHBWS,
315 Central
Avenue
Opp, Colonial Theatre
Orchestras Furnished lor
All Occasions
5-9279
m
in* i i '*• " w ' *
|W
" ""
'*' "
W i l l i a m M. F r e n c h , '29, former
editor
of
the
NEWS,
who
has
been g r a n t e d a t e a c h i n g fellowship for Yale u n i v e r s i t y for t h e
c o m i n g year. T h e a w a r d is based
on s c h o l a r s h i p a n d t e a c h i n g success.
College Library Adds Eighty-One Books
On Science, Literature, And History
Tarbox Is Tennis Coach
For Milne High School
MoiJiiitN Music SHOP
Annual Honor Awards are
Made for Sports' Ability;
Officers Inducted
WILLIAM FRENCH
WINS UNIVERSITY
I
TEACHING AWARD
HIGH SCHOOL WINS
IN TRACK CONTEST
WITHSTATEMEN
THE
Mrs. Brimmer Reports Result
Of Residence Hall Drive;
$6,902 is Promised
E i g h t y r s e v e i i - m e m b e r s of t h e
senior class have . m a d e p l e d g e s
amounting to $6,201 to the alumni
residence hall fund, a c c o r d i n g ^ t o
Mrs. Bertha. B r i m m e r , executfvc
s e c r e t a r y of trie alumni association.
T h e s e p l e d g e s w e r e secured by a
c o m m i t t e e of s e n i o r s , h e a d e d by
Marjorie
Longmuir, • Kenneth
ELIMINATES ISSUE
T h e final • issue of the State col- Miller, a n d ; F r a n c e s Keller, c o c
h
a
i
r
m
e
n
.
;
• ; .- :
lege Lion will 'not be published, due
Of- t h i s . ainibUnt, Miss Keller
t o t h e c u t in t h e b u d g e t , Ruth
Boyd, '33, editor-in-chief elect a n - r a n k s fir$t as h a v i n g s e c u r e d t h e
n o u n c e d t o d a y . T h e balance of t h e m o s t , . $1Q40. D o r o t h y H a l l a n d
m o n e y collected will g o into t h e V e r a • Burns > rank next with $860
a n d $750 respectively.
Virginia
surplus.
H a w k i n s a n d Michael
Fronlich
have each secured $400, Nile Clemens,
ANNOUNCES MARRIAGE
i Beta Zeta s o r o r i t y a n n o u n c e d t h e $375, and Alice Gii.liti, $300. Ruth
m a r r i a g e of D o r i s C r o s b y , '28, t o Goldsmith has secured $275, KathF r a n k P . P h e a r on March 28 at erine T raver, $250, Frances Ma/.ar
and Andrew Hritz, $200 each. Selma
Lockport, New. Y o r k .
Sims and Ascnath Van Buren have
each secured pledges amounting to
WELCOMES MEMBERS
Alpha R h o s o r o r i t y w e l c o m e s $150, Annis Kellogg,' $125, and MarjK a t h l e e n Mitchell, '34, a n d Frances orie Wilson and Audrey Flowers,
$100 each.
Reilcy, '35, into full m e m b e r s h i p .
Eighty-one
books have
been
added recently to t h e College lib r a r y , a c c o r d i n g to a list issued
today b y Miss M. Elizabeth Cobb,
librarian.
T h e following is t h e complete
list • if the books a n d their a u t h F r a n c i s Bacon, Selections;
ors:
G. V Bennett, J u n i o r High School
(rev. ed,); A n d r e Billy, Le litterattire francais. contemporainc: A.
State college lost t h e fjrst track liirell, O b i t e r Dicta (first and
meet of the season to tfie s t r o n g second series c o m p l e t e ) ; T . C.
I . a n s i n g b u r g h High school outfit at Blaisdell, W a y s t o teach E n g l i s h ;
'.he Albany Hoy's a c a d e m y field on 1'. M. Blanchard, N e w girls for
T h u r s d a y , May 19, by a score of old; C. J. B o u r g e t , La Barricade,
l'n cas de conscience, L'u divorce,
47-39.
Six m e m b e r s of t h e college team l.e t r i b u n ; H . C. G. Brandt, G e r dictionary;
H , S.
placed in t h e events, w i n n i n g four nian-F.nglish
firsts, three second places, a n d Canby, Definitions; essays in cont
e
m
p
o
r
a
r
y
criticism,
(Second
sert h r e e third places.
T h e following is a s u m m a r y of ies); Giulo C a r o t t i , H i s t o r y of a r t ,
t h e e v e n t s : 100 yard dash, first, Gits 3 vols.; W . S. Gather, A l e x a n d e r ' s
Asikis, '3-1, time 10.4; r u n n i n g high Bridge; B. H. Clark, American
jump, first, William Collins, ' 3 3 ; 220 S c e n e ; II. F. I c e l a n d , O u r prehisy a r d dash, second, Collins; r u n n i n g toric ancesUirs; E d w a r d Clodd,
b r o a d j u m p , first, Asikis, second, S t o r y of a l p h a b e t ; C. C. Colby,
Frances
Harwood,
\\2,
third, Kconnmic g e o g r a p h y fur secondT h o m a s Garrett, '3-1; shot put, Jules a r y s c h o o l s ; K. I), t'ole, Modern
S u p e r a , '35, G a r r e t t , a n d Alfred foreign l a n g u a g e a n d their teaching; Francois Coppce, Four la
Basch, '31.
ciiuroimc; Pierre Corneille, OeuvMeets with t h e W a l c r v l i e t H i g h res; Francois (Tirol, l.e repas du
school and t h e Rcnssuhfi r I'oly- lion; A l p h o n s e Daudet,
L'Alestechnic in»tifuU- fmsli a r c schedii'iim", J. F. C. Delavign'e, L o u i s
uled, l o r t h e next tsvu weeks.
XI,
Iragedie
en
cinq
a
c
t
e
s
; Dic| $ P
..-•
if An I encan
tionary
igraphy,
volume 8.
'. II . Dickinson Chief c o n l c m •ary d r a m a t i s t s
third series;
cycl, ipedia of th social sciences,
6; G. Flau ert. Tr ois c o n Carl T a r b o x , '32, h a s been chosen
Ga worthy, Castles in
coach of tennis in Milne Mich Spai
. G a m i e r , l.es Juifschool. T h e tennis squad will con- ves. I rage•ily; •'.. ('. Goddard, Cases
sist of six m e m b e r s . T h e y a r e : Wil- on tin
b a i l m e n t s and carliam lilalucr, Robert Stntz, Wil- riers and if
:rvice by public utilliam T a r b o x , Kandall G e t m a n , E r - ities; E M. Inline, Middle a,ges;
win Stevenson, and T o m Wat kins. I. W. D. l b niieal d i c t i o n a r y ; I',
T h i s is t h e first tennis team which K. Hervieti, I t b y r i n t h ; I'. R. I lighh a s b e e h s o r g a n i z e d a t Milne H i g h tower, Bib
information in n l a school for s o m e time.
(ion to c h a r a c t e r s and c o n d u c t ; E.
T h e Milne team will play a team W HulTcut, Law of negotiable inr e p r e s e n t i n g D c h n a r H i g h school s t r u m e n t s ; Robinson JelTcrs, Roan
W e d n e s d a y , at D c h n a r . O t h e r high stallion, T a m a r and other p o e m s ;
II. A. J o i n s , T h e lie; J. J usscbraiid,
school teams will be signed ti|
English wayfaring life in the midm a t c h e s in the near f ti t i l l '
T a r b o x is captain of th
lege dle a g e s ; A. I.. Kroeber, A n i l i n e
pology, and Source bonk in Anvarsity tennis team.
t h r o p o l o g y ; II. R. I.ittville, Biology of m a n and o t h e r o r g a n i s m s ;
Amy Lowell, ' ' a n Grantlcs castle;
ANNOUNCES MARRIAGE
(i II McKlliglll, English words
and their b a c k g r o u n d ; <'. O, S.
I'hi I.am ha s o r o r i t y a n n o u n c e s
(he m a r r i a g e i if Martlia Smith, -it,
to Mr. Austin
Rensselaer
N. V.
Band and Orchestra
Instruments
G. A. A. HAS DINNER
FOR INSTALLATION
87 SBIIORS MAKE
PLE0GESTO FUND
William M, French, '29, former
editor-in-chief of the STATE Cot.1.1:1,1c
N E W S , has been awarded one of fifteen teaching fellowships granted by
Yale university for the coming year.
Award, was made on the basis of
M a w s o n , Roget d i c t i o n a r y of syno n y m s a n d a n t o n y m s ; G. Moin- scholarship shown in graduate work
in
education as well as by teaching
a u x , T h e a t r e , 3 vols.; P a p e r s on
p a r e n t e d u c a t i o n ; W . A. Neilson, success on the college level. French
took
his master's degree here last
Chief Elizabethan d r a m a t i s t s ; I'..
O b e r h o l t z e r , H i s t o r y of t h e United year and taught in the summer session
last
year.
S t a t e s since t h e Civil W a r , 4 volMe is at present instructor in hisu m e s ; E. G. O'Neill, M o u r n i n g betory and journalism at the high school
c o m e s electra.
W . H. Park, W h o ' s W h o a m o n g in Crosse I'ointe, Michigan. French
t h e m i c r o b e s ; W . E. I'eik, P r o f e s - also directs jkjbjicrclations.
While ifpTollege, French was a
sional education of high school
t e a c h e r s ; W . II. P . Phyfc, 18,000 m e m b e r ' o f Myskania, a member of
w o r d s often m i s p r o n o u n c e d ; j , K- Kivpr'i I >clta Rho, Kappa I'hi Kappa,
Piercy, M o d e r n W r i t e r s a t wrfr.k< mill Alpha I'hi Gamma fraternili
G. R. P o t t e r , Elizabethart .--Peise
a n d p r o s e ; Quiller-Couch,'"()n t h e
art of writing;,:]:.. Ra'nke, History
of t h e reformation in G e r m a n y ; I'".
B. R o u t e r , . T h e family; I-'.. A. R o b inSon, Man w h o died t w i c e ; I..
Stale fans totnorri v will have
R o b i n s o n , Wliiteheaded b o y ; S. L. the last chance to see Captain
Sassiiiiii, < )ld h u n t s m a n a n d o t h e r Goodric 1, F'ay Blum, : id Moreland
p o e m s ; Ten Greek plays t r a n s l a t e d as State players. Bol has been on
intu English by Gilbert M u r r a y and t h e nine for four year: while Lloyd
o t h e r s ; F. T. Spaulding, Small and Ea> have workci as regulars
j u n i o r high school; C. W . T h o m p th
mi
E
son, Fiery epoch; Sigrid Utidset, them I.
which will b
Wild Orchid; John Walker, Rhymml to till
T h e m e m b e r s of College H o u s e
ing d i c t i o n a r y of t h e English lanck. fellow
installed t h e new officers for t h e
g u a g e ; II. R. Walley, Early Sevenc o m i n g year at a d i n n e r S u n d a y .
t e e n t h - c e n t u r y plays, 1600-1642; R.
T r a c k came forth last week when T h e officers a r e : president, Robert
I. W a r s h o w , A l e x a n d e r H a m i l t o n ,
a g r o u p of S t a t e m e n lost t o L a n - Robinson, '3-1; manager,
Frank
first A m e r i c a n business m a n ; Ers i n g b u r g h . W i t h p r a c t i c e and with Y o u n g ,
' 3 3 ; secretary,
Robert
nest W e e k l y , Concise Etymological
s o m e coaching, t h e s e fellows will Meyers, '3-1; vice-president, A n D i c t i o n a r y of M o d e r n English, R<>
p r o b a b l y c o m e t h r o u g h n e x t year, thony Dorsum, ' 3 1 ; ami seargcanl at
malice of w o r d s ; I7. VV. W e s t a w a y ,
as m a n y of t h e m displayed ability a r m s , Idwal Parry, '35.
C r a f t m a n s h i p in t h e T e a c h i n g of
in t h e meet,
E l e m e n t a r y M a t h e m a t i c s ; R. II.
Several • of t h e Slate
cliche
Whitbcck.
Economic
ireoifraphv.
.ill
ii, former residents of ilie
T a i l , ,x and t,
th
In,use, were present. They are:
I n d u s t r i a l g e o g r a p h y ; F. I ; VVi'l
,1,1, - Cai
Robert Barntim, '30, former in.uiHams, A d o l e s c e n c e ; W. \V. W i l l
ellllis li ;
auer, Kenneth Carpenter, '30, and
ollghby, Principles of t h e
Waller Driscoll, '31.
tulional law of the United
gradual!,
,1 thai
W o r l d Almanac, 1032; W. I'.. N a t e - . Willi
iff, who \
Plays a n d C o n t r o v e r s i e s ; Jar,,I, Jack
pl.'i)
in
a
n
a
e
.
e
r
,
t
h
,
Zeillin, S e v e n t e e n t h c e n t u r y essays
two uo.ul
C h e m i s t r y club u
ncluel a
Oppnulto the w w
picnic at Van Wie's point,
I, which
Wuldtirl Antorla
is >,i\ miles below Albany mi the
By t h e way. d i a m o n d fans, as we
I Iii<lsim river, t o m o r r o w , ai'I'cordiug g o t o press, Y o u n g a n d Blum a r e
In Robert Rankins, 32, presiiidenl.
tierl for t h e b a t t i n g c r o w n with 400
T h o s e planning to altei
vill each. B r o o k s with 375 a n d BeneTime a/llit httout im/H *•"'*
1111,1 in t h e c h e m i s t r y dc|,;
dict with 357 follow closely behind
at 2:00 o'clock, R a n k i n - sail
t h e leaders.
SPORT SHOTS
House Conducts Dinner
And Installs Officers
_. EirCft
«/40 T H «nd Lexington NEW VORK
THE HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH
Cake
SANDWICHES
Lake Ave,
74 Clmpel St.. Albany
Wv need teachers for appointments at all seasons of
the year. Write for information or call at the office,
P 1CS
Opposite Ilii'Ji Sch,
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TH,|,ln,i„-
I'rvsiilfiil
Albany
Teachers' Agency
T h e annual spring award dinner
and installation c e r e m o n i e s of t h e
Girls' A t h l e t i c association
were
c o n d u c t e d T u e s d a y in t h e cafeteria
of H u s t c d hall. Marion T a n g n e y ,
'33, w a s g e n e r a l c h a i r m a n for t h e
dinner.
T h e n e w officers w h o w e r e installed a r e ; president, M a r y T r e l a ,
'33; vice-president, N a o m i A l b r e c h t ,
'33; s e c r e t a r y , H a r r i e t 'Fen E y c k ,
'35; t r e a s u r e r , J e a n Craigmile, '34,
and s o n g leader, Janet N o r r i s , '35.
During the program Elizabeth
J a c k s o n , '32, o u t g o i n g p r e s i d e n t of
the association w a s presented with
a gift on behalf of t h e m e m b e r s .
Dr. C a r o l i n e Croasdale, h o n o r a r y
m e m b e r of t h e G. A. A, council,
announced the awards.
Naomi Albrecht and Mary Trela,
juniors, and Roberta Evcritt, '32,
w e r e a w a r d e d six inch l e t t e r s for
m a k i n g credit in four s p o r t s each
year for t h r e e years. T h o s e w h o
m a d e credit for two years, t h e r e b y
g a i n i n g small block S's a r e : Miss
T a n g n e y ; Stella Arthur, Elizabeth
K a m m e r e r , D o r o t h y Klose,«*J4a,ry.
M o o r e , a n d Louise W-C'ls, s o p h o ^ ,
mores.
,*••
.£<*>
'
The
following were ,-Awarded
n u m e r a l s for o n e y e a r - o f s p u r t s :
Celia Bishop, Mffiltilvn Dickinson,
K a t h e r i n e Hatfg, Babette H u t / e n laub, Minnie McNickle, D o r o t h y
M u n y e r , M y r t l e Stowell, Marjorie
V r o m a n , s o p h o m o r e s , and A r l e n e
Cornwcll,
Hilda
Heines,
Anna
Koren, Lois M c l n t y r e , Daisy B r y sim, F'.lina N e s t e r s o n , J a n e t N o r r i s ,
Hetty Pretner, Marion Rockwell,
Evelyn Staelile, Harriet T e n Eyck,
Dorothy
Van S t e e n b u r g ,
Edna
W r i g h t , a n d Lucy W i n g , freshmen.
T h e baseball varsity, a c c o r d i n g
to Miss A l b r e c h t , captain of baseball, i n c l u d e s : Katherine M o o r e ,
Mary Trela, a n d Naomi A l b r e c h t ,
j u n i o r s , a n d Minnie
McNickle,
Mary Moore, Marjorie
Vroman,
s o p h o m o r e s , a n d Lucy W i n g , '35.
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P.YIi GLASSES
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r i t i . s i iti!• 1 n i s h
Ill-Hill ItlllllllllK
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Special
Attention
to Sorority
Houses
l. A. liooKiii-wrvi
Reliable Meats and Poultry
Phone 6-1837
816 Mu.liM.n Ave
When the Shelton opened
(7 years n&a) we began catering to college men and
women. Gradually their
patronage has increased;
wc*fcel safe in asserting
that more students make
the Shelton their New York
home than at any club or
other hotel. One reason for
this is the free recreational
features plus a desire to
serve on the part of Shelton
e m p l o y e e s . Room rates
have been greatly reduced.
Rates from $50 per month
upward. A room from $2.50
daily.
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Huh,,mini; |iuul; i ,,lll|,l, t, ly ri|iil|,|,i'il K.Vlimiuilu,u; |(itiii4i riMiniH lor lutilifu mill LwliHtfUiimuut
lMil (junli'ii mill aulillltllil. It,•Minimi,I luul
lulntlflii n'rvl,.- ,il rnuauuublu IIIIUM.
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