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VOL.
X V I I . No. 7
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y.,
BETA ZETA GETS
1NTERS0R0RITY CUP
Gamma Kappa Phi Ranks Second;
President to Give Honor
in 11:10 Assembly
The Intcrsorority scholarship cup
will rest at Beta Zeta this year, according to Miss Elizabeth Van
Denburgh, registrar. This sorority
Two Co-eds Pedal To Victory
To See Oberlin Lose Game
Cleveland, O. — ( I P ) — It was
the man who paid—after
two
Oberlin college co-eds rode their
bicycles to Cleveland to cheer their
football team against Western Reserve and thereby won a bet from
Donald Strong, a college junior.
The girls were Marienne Stinsou, a junior, and Marjorie Thiessen, a sophomore.
Dining and dancing was the
stake in the wager, anil the trio
did this at a celebration at the
Lotus Gardens here after Oberlin
had gone down to defeat, 2.1 to 7.
'Iln co-eds traveled 35 miles, including two trips around \i\\\ lie
square, which was part of the bet
in two hours and 33 minutes.
" W e weren't trying for a speed
record anil 1 know we could (In
il in less time than that." Miss
Thiessen said.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4,
HOOVER WINS 2-1
IN STRAW BALLOT
L e h m a n Leads for G o v e r n o r s h i p ;
Modification and Repeal
Receive Majority
An almost two to one vote for
Herbert Hoover as president of the
United States was shown as a result of the s t r a w ballot conducted
Attends
1932
Convention
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekfy Issues.
MEN TO CONTEST
OXFORD DEBATERS
State
T e a m Will T a k e P l a t f o r m
M o n d a y N i g h t at 8:30
in P a g e Hall
N. S. F . A. A R R A N G E S
MEET
Swlck and Rand to A r g u e T o p i c
Concerning Cancellation
of W a r D e b t s
by the STATK COI.I.HOK N E W S last
was lirst up to t w o years ago, when
week. A close race for the governl'si G a m m a took the honors away.
orship is predicted, with L e h m a n
The men's debate team will take the
K a p p a Delta had possession of the
having a slight lead. In the prohicup last year. G a m m a Kappa Phi
platform Monday night in the fourth
bition poll modification and repeal
r a n k s second. T h i s year Dr. A. K.
international debate in which State
received the highest n u m b e r of
Brubacher, president of the College,
college students have
participated
votes from the students.
will make the award this morning
when it nieits the two representatives
in assembly.
Hoover polled a total of 437 votes.
of the Oxford university Monday
Roosevelt 242. Norman
Thomas,
A l t h o u g h lists were made up of
night at 8:3(1 o'clock in the auditorthe Socialist candidate, 68; and Alscholarship ratings in the sororities
fred
Smith,
l-'.ddie
Cantor,
J
a
m
e
s
ium of Page hall.
in the past, no cup was awarded
"Schnozzle" D u r a n t e , and Kninia
until two years ago.
T h e award
The subject mi which the contest
Goldman, each received one voir.
was based on the average of all
T w o students voted for T h o m a s ,
will he is: Resolved: That this house
the m e m b e r s including freshmen . ntrVAlttrtlW
CCCAV
only "as protest."
would welcome the cancellation of all
and pledges of the second semeste, LOVENHEIM
ESSAY
The poll for the gubernatorial
l'si (.annua, who was awarded tin
war debts and reparations. The two
election was close, with I .ieutenant
cup the first year of its presenla
members of the Oxford team, A. J.
Alvina R. L e w i s , '33, who
LH an riri ivi,U!
tiou. is now in eighth position
Irvine and Geoffrey M. Wilson, will
u u
f v
represents the STATIC Cnl.l.KiiK
while
Kappa
Delta, last
war's
'
" n t n t " ttW I Donovan 34',. and the Socialist cat
Ni
u
this
wick-end
at
the
annual
uphold the affirmative side of the
holder, ranks tenth.
Manuscripts for the Leah l.oven- didate \'> votes.
I his would iudi
National
Scholast'c
Press
assoquestion.
Charles Sw'ck, graduate
T h e winning average earned hv I heim prize of twenlv-live dollars, in i r a t e that about 02 of these student
ciation convention at Cincinnati
L'puhlican ticket oi
lleta Zeta was 1.5(id, which was I fered by Jerome Lovenheini of An
who voted t
student, will he captain of the State
.008 p o i n t , above (iauima " K a p p a I terdain" annually for excellence i the presidental
ballot. _ split t h e ! . . . . . . . .
. rll..«~
-„o
college team, and Grenl'ell Rand, '34,
Phi's average.
bta Phi. ill third English composition, .should IK haude
ticket on the gubernatorial election \ ALVINA
LtWlb,
33,
a member of the debate council, will
place with an average of 1.55" .1102 n on or helore Wednesday, April
and v..ted tor the Democratic can1 / f C I T C riKlflMM
A TI
defend the negative.
less than Camilla Kappa Phi's aver- i u 33, ' , ''- Harold W. Hastings, ehair didate.
Vldlld
Lf/VCliV/V/I J I
Tin- debate was arranged through
age, held third place for three con man of the Knglish department, an j On the prohibition question State
wl t i
f
seeutive vears, until two vears ami I uounced today.
college students showed t h c t n s c l v c - |
f
and lias now returned to that posh | The prize will be given for the best a- definitely wanting to i|o some-j
Alvina R. Lewi-. 'X\ alitor of the Vork
trip left
through
\ m e r i c last
a . I week
he O x lfor
o r d ateam
New
n
tion.
prose composition submitted by an thing about the -itual on. for 22 I STATK Cm I.KI.K N'KWS, i- now at end- \\.\y Knglaud, Ohio, Pennsylvania,
I he winning average this year is | undergraduate. Plays will not be con-j vote- lor modification ol the eigh- iny the eleventh national convention j \ c w hr-cv, and other eastern" states.
.11(11 less than that of last year. I siderul.
The manuscript should h. i tceiith aineiiilnient. Hi for repeal ;|,,f t | u . National Scholastic Press as- i ,\l about the same time a team from
when Kappa Delta earned an aver- from 15(1(1 to 5000 word- in length, whereas, oiih 1/1 voted lor enlorce- sociation in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Miss Trinity college, Dublin, Inland, heage of L57. 'I he year before the H'.ach manuscript should l e signed | mciil, and I I " lor a relerenduin on Lewis left Wednesday light lor the •,-;„, j ' | S tmir through the middle,
highest average was 1.5(1. I lowever, j with a lictitiotis name, and acorni the question.
'convention and will return Sunday, southern, and western colleges, h'.ach
the lowest -core, that of Camilla pauied by an envelope I I which are
,»„/,
W.m.w,
l'1"'"-' ( , a l l l l ' ° "• t h t uncling i- a talk j team is scheduled for about thirty
l,y
Sir
N
Phi Sigma, this year is 1.217. as uiveu the title of the es.-ay. the fn ti QmA.A.
WILL
GIVE
' " n i l a " Angcll, who was debates. They will return to New
compared with 123 two years ago lions name, and the actual name o, .
tTUICTir
Jll/iDitC
| knighted by King George oi England V..rk in December,
and 1 of last year.
j (he author.
Special credit will h i .
A I tlLt
1 i t AWAKUj
for promoting
international
peace. I ,\| r . | " . m „ , ,, a graduate of the
I he I n t c r s o r n r i t v cup, which wasD-' v l -'" l " r originality oi thought,
li.
/-v-y hjnyCMDCQ
JO He will speak to the delegates today | L'niversitv of L.diiil.urgh. where he
used as an a w a r d for the first time manuscript will he judged by a com
Ull
HU V EIT1DL,1\
I O j , „ i "The Pic--, the Public, and tin i wi[„ editor ,,i the Cnivcrsih 's magat w o year- ago will be given to the miltcc oi three, who will award the;
I lie annual fall award diiinei , . | . Chaos."
zinc lie is president oi the Oxford
president of lleta / e t a sorority to- i f n z c and al their discretion g i . e ' i h e Girls' Athlet.c a--ociati.ni w.ll be |
Headquarter- for the convention are L'nion society, which orgauizali.ni he
day in assembly, according to l'iett\
loin.rable mention. Manuscript.- shoul j ,
In. led bridaw Noveinber IS. m at the Hotel Gibson m i ncinnali. ' represented in the trans-Atlantic deSimiiioiis, ' 3 3 , ' president of Inter- be left in room 24 ol Richardson hall, the cab tcria oi llu-ted hall, Mary | Activities
include sixt\
or more | p;lU . w j(|, Harvard last year and
sorority council.
The name of t h e , " 1 ' - Hastings explained.
j Treki, '3.-. president, a
ivi'iced.
j round-table di -cii-sion-. three general shall represent the same society in
la>l
sorority winning the cup ha- h e m
>'l':"' fifteen manuscript- were
Iln- dinner will mark the close oi session- with prominent haders and i Mondav night's debate. He is studyinscribed on it each year sine, the I submitted. Ruth Kr
lan, \U, who the fall -ports -ea-on of the as-o. ia- speakers, and the convention dinner ;„-, i,„- the legal career.
first time it was awarded.
is now at McGill university, Montreal, j tion. I louorarj varsities will I . an and eiilertainmeiit.
More than two
Mr. Wilson is the sou and a grand'I he averages a- c
piled by ! Canada, won the prize with her paper noiinceil. and those earning sports hundred college- and schools ,,i' the s o n of former members of parliament.
Mi-- Van Denburgh are a- f o l l o w s : ! " " George Eli a. Onnaiid Guy r, '33 Credit will he listed.
j I'nited State- will he represented.
| | e is a graduate of tie Uriel college.
Ueta / e t a
. '
1 5o9 | received
honora' le mention.
I )r i Committees which have been ap j 'I'he college division of the National Oxford, where he won an exhibition
Camilla Kappa Phi
I 5nl ' laMiugs said that all the work sub- I pointed in. hide: I I, Jean ( raiguulc. Scholastic P r e - association i- the | i„ classical work. I le is a past chair|*ta Phi
1.559 ' n o t e d wa- ..l excellent qualih.
II. '3-1. . hairman, Doris Hell. '34, Ehna largest college pre-- group in the ,„;,„ ,,f .he Oxford university Labor
Chi Sigma T h e t a
'.I
555 ! added tint tin- might be part 1 \ be- N.-ter-on, Valentine Reutowich, and world, with more than three hundred I club, and at present i- secretary of
|) ( .|tj', O m e g a
' . . . . . . . ' . ' . . . 1549 i a l , s i - a " announcement oi the p r i ' ! I.my Wing, sophomores, and h'.laiue sew uly-ftvc college publications hold- the l'niversitv Labor federation of
• E p s i l u n Hem I'iiL . . . . '.'. . . . . . 1.548 had been made early in the year.
Laird,
'3o:
entertainment.
Ruth ing ineinherships.
'flic association I I ,rcat liritain.
Wilson i- a winner
-\ 11 > 111» Epsilun Phi
15V
Hrooks, '35, ,hairman, Maybelle Mat- was clabh-hcd in l n 2l for the pur- ,,i the I larnisworth Law scholarship
IM C.aniiiia
\"-\W'AII
£ * „ # „ \~\r.~~„
T « D„
C'.cw-. M
and L.t'icl Schlicli, ami po-e of furthering the interests of all \ i r ,„„ the Middle Temple. Loudon,
I ^ j j AU-btate
UanCe
lO tie
Mar,,.,,- Kalaidjia,,. fre-l,meu; d e c - forms .,1 collegiate and scholaslii j
„
a e„ ,„,„• l, ,„/„,„„ •()
• P h i Lambda
l'.,,l
I f
r\
I
r, ration-. LM-IMI Rich. '35. chairnian journalism. "The Scholastic L.dilor,"
Kappa Delta
in
r
VVl
• S i g m a Alplu
\'j~)n\
The annual All-Stale dance ha- '•'-' • w a i t n - e - . Dais> Hr\son, '35 . | s.hola-tii joiirnalisin, is lb. ol'liiial
Pi \ l p h a
'1'aiigin y, '33 ; ad-, organ of the association.
[q,i IJeha
117* been p..sl|
id from tonight, a- ' haperone-, M ar
z\lp|,;, U|„,
| M7 previously a n n o u n c e d , until L n d a i wrli-i-ig, Helen Rich, '3.-. chairman,
M i - Lewi- ha- b.en a ineiiibi r ol
H i - , m i n i Phi Sigma
| " 3 | ; ' uighl, D e c e m b e r ' ; , lohn Pill- '35. Herlha lliihl. '.^J. and Janet Norris. I the \i,w s board for two \ ears, and is
" 'sororities .'.ii Probation ' '"
| chairman fur the dance, declared j '^ • i'"'l cleau-up, I harlotte Rocl.ow.' president of Alpha Phi Camilla, ua
'today.
•*''• chairnian, Jacqiieliu. l-'.van-, and n-nal hmiorari co-ediuati
I join
"Patience," a Gilbert and Sullivan
I 11
C T r r n F U T O T/\
DF
" ' '- change was made ne, e--.,i\ Mari. Cei-ler, freshmen.
nali-ii, fraternily.
operetta, will be presented jointly by
Ol UUblylJ
IU
tit
In the new ruling w b i e l i p r o h i l . i t _ ..
.
_
, ..
the Girl-' \lhlclie association and
dancing in the Lounge of R i. bai d I nllpop
ShlnPTlts
PYPTPY
SfirWU^m
I naibadors, men- musical orgainza-oii lull and because tin- new I i
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CONTEST DEADLINE
SET FOR APRIL 20 i;;:;;;
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CONVENTION TODAY ^ ™«™} *»f»' '•' 7 ,"» "
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In Lounge December 5 ,,:„, ,si,;, „, •.?.». a„,i Rmhsage. ;, „,o„,i,h publication ,\ ,u,\ c G.A.A. TO COMBINE
WITH TROUBADORS
FOR SPRING SHOW
MODELS AT REVUE
ON NOVEMBER 12\ZX^ST^^SSS:
Delegates Learn At Rome Convention T*u\"A:NS !2ai;nivS,l-S!
, ,|||(% |;
pr.-i.lenl of Iroilbadors, J MayhelL
:|
r
I'he model- for the fashion revu. ' , secured fur the d a m e , Poll- exl mi..." \.-..M'."h K.hh'.i, Xt'.is
Matthew-, '34, ami (irosvenor will
and Silver Tea which will be con
I'lained
(
Hilv
Mate
college
students
ma\
|
Mrong
trends
ol
.
..Nege
students
ol
assisted
with
this
work
b\
niemberdireil the production.
ducted by the Voting Women's I hrist
ll,nd
the
d
a
m
e
,
and
bidwill
be
New
Vork
state
towardSocialism,
,,f
the
State
college
delegation,
wlio.j
Dr. f. Lredcrick II. 1 andlTU, head
an association Saturday afteruo,,:
lie dollar a couple
Mu-ic will he and the forninlatioii ol a plan to de with other delegate-, will distrihuti of the musii department, will coach
November 12, in the Lounge of
.,,
,, ,,...I „,,, |
..
,,,..,,.i, , „ . , , I lurnished In
ihe "Stale College j ler
e the amount ,,f pacifism in questionnaires p, all college- in New ! all musical numbers.
» I •
i-, li, ,
V-riJ l' II
O Plavbovs," Willi William Nelson, , colleges throughout the -late were Vork state to sec "How mam slu
"Patience" will be the first joint
u
l
' ' " " " ""•'
" Al"'"""'
• ' • ' , ' 4 , ' a s guesi arli-t
I wo of the most iiuportaut develop- dent- would refuse to light in , a-. . presentation oi these two orgauizageneral chairnian,
I he pro.ee,I- will be used lo | limits at the New Vork State Studen a w a r "
b'c-uli- of this syniposiiili lions and will replace the two separepresentative
from iiaviils
David's W.
,\A represeu
alive iroin
\\ .. . . ' , ' ,
..
, ,
, ,
,
, . • . .,
,, ,
t.i ( oiigrc— in He rate annual -how- given in previous
men's Wearing Apparel store, at 34- ! "l»"'N'l.«' 'he o u t s t a n d i n g balance of , ..„ ereme conducted a. Rom. on will be ,„••-e,„,
M
U u h
46 North Pearl street, winch is fur- , *
"
was incurred
through last
Iln [! lweek.
- n d a j . Salurdaj, and S„„da> „l la-t , eeinbei.
.•w eleiliola
I'h.
peued with a diulil followed In a talk
nishing Ihe
Ihe fashionl "' l' ,"v l' l i l s l ' " ' "
l s C lu
ls
choose
model- to
fromhe aused,
list will
oi : >
j IDH-i
n ami .. mleren. e- w ilh -I i n.r Lridio
Illl l s
wl,h
avsL
Da\is
oi Vale uni
In
Dr.
I.
349 Students To Cast Votes
women student- drawn up bv Dor..- I , ' , '
" ', '
" ..;..'.'
- I dent delegates convinced ihe Mate . ol ,
thea (iahagan, \^S. hi
ess manager. I l l l k ; ' [ ' ' : ,l h ^ ' 1 " " ' , ? • U ' !!•'»' \\'[
lege delegation thai ...ll.ge men ami ^ ^ " > '"" Kdjoiirned unt, tin nexl
In General Election Tuesday
1
"">••'. 'V 'li'U'i-i'l>. Unice bilby, 3 3 : j u
discontente.l with Renul, " " • " " " « "hen Mi-- M-i, Harper o|
'I lie rcprescntath e will also . I
I hi ee hundred and lorlj -nine
background for the revue.
Iverlising. William Nelson, '34: ,
|V„,ocratii doctrine, and l l u ' '
I"ii School of l-.i ..uoniics, and
(j
State
,,.ll.ge students will attend
Kl iuT
'I'he 'Lrc.li Shoe company, 75 Nortl
"'"•
'
! '<"!''">•"'. '•«•«: a'!<l are lur
g
e and
e to ihe , M r « i ; - W , ! " ' " ' « "f ^
National
the polls I'ue-.lay to cast their
Pearl streel, will furnish ihe slim - t. f l o o r
lea.
lung- of
(|s,
George
Haucroll,
|
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|
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u
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I
i
oiin,
il
ol
\
.mug
M
e
n
I
hristian
nvcyer,
tl
'3d.
l o i c - i,.r national and local ofT R
match Ihe cosluines.
Ouilii- for |
straw ballot with 55 votes for l|oo»L-r,| : " , ! ""' , : !:".T| S 1 '" K l ''
' ' " ''"' u " ' f , '
ficers, according to Dr. A. K.
l
afternoon, sport, and evening (or llu* i
35 f.,r Thomas and II for Roos, v. It ! !'," u ' l , l u ", c i 1 " " " " " " ' ^'"u^
""k'r
I b u b a . h c r , president.
these
l.a.lerlo
,h-eu-topics
related
Winter li-i-buii will he displayed.
TO DISCUSS ISSUES
indicated that the inajoril) w re not
lo ihe theme of ihe ,,. fereiice.
One hundred ol these are
Mrs. Donald llryaul, instructor in
\n informal discussion giving the a- I . I coiiwiued, This ballot repre"Ihiiiiim
I mug in a New bra."
graduate students, one hundred
Piigli-li, and Miss Marion l l a e s e - j main issues ol Ihe campaign -pceihes sented the p, I luaI affiliations of 1(1]
Hi Caw-' group discussed " l a b o r in
- xl\
are
seniors,
-ixly
are
hioiigh, assistant iu.-tni. tor in Lalinlof Hoover, Roosevell and Norman del,gate- of 14 colleges throughout
'flu- I'.oiioiine Older." Miss Hal
juniors, Iwent) a n registered a
will pour tea. As is rustninan at a Thomas will he presented hv Kenneth the stale.
-ophoniores, and live are of
,
per'"I'll
.iioiiiie
luleriialiolialisiii,"
Silver Tea, a silver collection will be t hristian, '35. William Neboii, '34,
freshmen standing.
l a u l Harris, a member ,, the Na ; M | . , , i l r r i s . ..y,,,,,,, „, A l | | i „ , A
jMst
taken lo coyir the expenses.
and Robert Robinson, '34, respectively,
lioiial l oniunil.c l.„- the I'reveiit.oii
a r . " and Mr. Irving'- •'Growth in
I he majority of these stuThis event will lake the place ol the in the assenibl-, this niorinug al II ill ol War, addressed the convention and W ,
,,,
Religion."
These
me.
tingdent-, how e\ 11, will vote ill their
annual bazaar londucled for Ihe past o'clock, in Ihe auditorium of Page in lus discussion group presented the ,k„l ,s, | J C,„l l , . „ „
.,,,,,. | U1K .| 1W1| , a m |
) t
iM
own eoiistitueucy by the abfew years to make nioiie) to cover; hall. Ixalh.iiiie M
e, .H. president, details l,,r delernin.ing the altitude of | ,),,.,, | , „ k l . ,,,, j , , , , , M H , a | , , n H | p b u ,
snilee ballot system.
the curreui expense-..I ihe association.' muiouiiced today.
students towards war.
He will I
,/ ,.„ h'n* 4, , , ; , .
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, NOVEMBER 4, 1932
State College News
Established by the Class of 19IS
The Undergraduate Newspaper of N e w York
State College for Teachers
THE COLLEGE MIND
I t is o u r i m p r e s s i o n t h a t i t w o u l d b e v e r y
t o m a n y of t h e c o l l e g e s t u d e n t s t o b e a s k e d a n o p i n i o n
c o n c e r n i n g a w o r l d , national, o r even local p r o b l e m . A n d ,
even
THE
NEWS
STAFF
Editor-in-Chief
Y. YV. C. A. House, 219 Ontario Street, 2-1187
BERNARD S. KERBEI
Managing
Editor
295 Elk Street
MARY
DOTTERTY
Finance
Manager
Chi Sigma Thcta, 678 Madison Avenue, 2-6126
JEAN
CRAICMILE
Advertising
Pill Delta, 20 South Allen Street, 2-98,16
Manager
MARION HOWARD
Associate
Managing
16(1 Western Avenue, 3-69,15
LAURA
SENIOR
ASSOCIATE
JUNIOR
Elizabeth
DESK
Dan
EDITORS :
Van
Kramers,
Hilda
Elizabeth
Smith,
Hartman,
Hilda
EDITOR:
Thomas
Ryan,
Katherine
Watkins,
Mildred
sophomores,
Kantor,
Carolyn
Edith
Teppcr,
seniors;
Bookhcini,
Rosenheck,
Beatrice
Bessie
Florence
Emily
Stetl;ar,
Ellen,
Hurllmt,
Bessie
Olga
Hyra,
Rowland, sophomores.
'34.
Hang,
'33.
Reutowich,
Williams,
juniors;
Heines,
Russ,
VVilkins.
Rose
and
Ruse
Koren, and Esther
AGER:
Valentine
Bochner, Hilda
Zuend,
and Ruth
Altnira
Smith, and Kathryn
Brooks,
Mleczck,
Dunn
EDITORS:
Iglcsias,
Bishop, Diane
and
Harriet
and Ruth
Luisa
Marion
Jean
Ruth
Leuvan,
Coe,
Anna
EDITORS:
ASSOCIATE
Salesc, T h e l m a
'REPORTERS:
Celia
Editor
STYN
Staff
Director
Y. VV. C. A. House, 2I9 Ontario Slrcet, 2-II87
Putnam.
ASSISTANT
'34.
SPORTS
FINANCE
CIRCULATION
BUSINESS
though
the student
may express
STAIT:
Facer, Edith Garrison, Frances
MAN-
MANAGER:
Beatrice
Burns.
Maxwell,
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R e p u b l i c a n s e c t i o n s of u p p e r N e w Y o r k s t a l e .
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t h a n t h e other universities 1 A giving second place t o
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If t h e s t u d e n t s w e n t r y i n g t o p r e s e n t a p o t u r c of h o w
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t h e m s e l v e s far m o r e conventional than t h e a v u ' a g e : l u
d e n t b o d ) in e a s t e r n A m e r i c a ,
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t h e t e a c h e r s ' c o l l e g e f i t is a t l e a s t t h e m o s t j u d n . ••
o n e for t h e p e r s o n w h o s e p r i v a t e life will e v e n t u a l l y b e
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surrounded with the growing, expanding a n d hlossoiniiu
S p r i n g , a mil .. le w h i c h t h e t o w n s m a n h a r d l y e x p e r i I
' • l u e s , anil I h a d not eel t a i i g h l u p with i t s living <
rh\thins "
T h e Y o r k s h i r e l'..-t R e v i .
n a r k s " | i von h a v e not
c a d M r Wilkiii-Mii's pr.w
I
k s | m u s t tell J i m
t h a i l l n - is . „ , , , r d i n a r \ -I
an. a m m o r e t h a n h i s
•how, w i n d is a new a n d p e r s o n a l p r o d u c t i o n , p u r g e d
-l t h e g r o s s e r b a r b a r i t i e s of t h e t r a d i t i o n a l P u n c h a m i
lutly, is an o r d i n a l . - s h o w
H e r e we have t o do with
m c u t l i i i - i a - t u living, an aili-1 a l w . n s • r e a c h i n g mil for
n ' i c a n d a l in..re h e a l t h ' bin M I al .ill ' p r e , i o n , ' in
•i- a r t , n o ! o w - r l ' n c in his e n t h u s i a s m s , a fellow of epiiel
niniiir w i n , funis t h e t o r e of poeliw in h u m a n c o n t a c t s
uid s y m p a t h i e s "
27
Milne
High
scl
I.
Livingston Announces
March
I- S o p h . u n o r e s
The schedule includes
lentathc
Spring Tennis Program g a m e s w i t h M e t h a n i c v i l l e H i g h
T h e f o l l o w i n g t e n n i s s c h e d u l e for
l ° 3 3 h a s h e e n a n n o u n c e d by S a i i C r d
L i v i n g s t o n , '.i.k m a n a g e r of t h e t e a m .
/•/„• (ioldjish
I'nder
the Ice.
By C h r i s t o p h e r M o r l e y .
Mn\
5, U n n c r s i h
of V e r m o n t ,
Double-day, D o r a n .
New York.
$1.(10.
u>> p a g e s , h o m e .
M
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" S i x t o I en y e a r s a n d o n . " A n d it is in t h e " a n d o n "
M a v III, H a m i l t o n , a w a y .
g r o u p thai most of tlieni will be d c s : g n a t e d .
T h i s is a n
M a y 12. S p r i n g f i e l d c o l l e g e , a w a v .
appropriah
e x p r e s s i o n of t h e c h a r m a n d i n t e r e s t of
M
a v 2 4 , S t S t . pheiis, h o m e
M o r l e y N s t o r y , now m w l \ p u b l i s h e d in b o o h f o r m for
M a v 20, M a n h a t t a n , a w a v .
r e a d e r s oi a n \ a g e a n d l e i n p e r a i i i e n t .
V
i
ncent
M e l e s k i , \U. will c a p t a i n
" T h e C o l d l i s h U n d e r t i n l e e " is a s t o r y of t h e e v e n t s
t h e I'M.; l e a n . .
of a cert mi C h r i s t m a s e v e . a n d t e l l i n g a b o u t
l-"risk\
Drove
Ilotahng, a transfer - i n
h i m s e l f , a real lit11. d o g w h o s e e m s t o b e m a d e of a
lot of w h i l e wool v\iih b r o w n p a t c h e s , a n d t h e (I. S . S . .•lit. w i n n e r o l the r i v e n
inii- tournament, will n
t i. B. i liih, w h o s e most i m p o r t a n t r u l e i s : C o t o sleep
leinber o f the S t a i r lean
Ilotahng
a s soon a s y o u g o t o bed.
as a f o r m e r star al I 'nil
The a
sing Black a n d w h i t e i l l u s t r a t i o n s by K u r l
l-or
a sluden:
g r o u p of k e e n t h i n k e r s , k e e n l i s t e n e r s , a n d m i n d ,
csted
about
'indents
possibilities.
general
object
more
rela-
a s a student
t h e d e b a t e w i t h m i n d s ini> r e s t e d in l e a r n i n g
the subject
to further
in i n t e r n a t i o n a l
(ioi.iiiisii
BOOKS; •;::••:,:::
school,
stitute
school.
Rensselaer
Polytechnic infreshmen,
Albany
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a u d i t o r i u m , P a g e ball.
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party,
Newman
hall
! usually poor.
Madison avenue
A t l a s t s u f f i c i e n t C o u r a g e h a s bei n
Tomorrow
a m u s e d t o p r o d m e a n , . i n d o o r si l
'i -(in p . in . A l i m i n i a s s o c i a t i o n
and with success,
dinner, ( ollege cafeteria, I l u s
N o s i n g l e c h a r a c t e r of t h e p l a y
led hall.
was outstanding
the palm goes to
7:3(1 p , i n . L i b r a r y
school
Margaret link, w h o constantly rem a i n e d in c h a r a c t e r a s t h e m a u l .
p a r t y , L o u n g e . R i c h a r d s o n hall
J o h n B i l l s w a s s u i t e d t o t h e t liar
K 3D p m , C o i u i n e r c e c l u b r e i n t e r but often drilled m l , , slagi"l't
g.v a s i u n i , I ' a g e h a l l .
ness.
Monday
Today
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D r a p e i hall
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liiorium,
Page
ball
Wednesday
": | l(» a in , C o l l e c t i o n of - t u
d e n t t a x , r o o m Ji^, D r a p e r b a l l .
Thursday
•' l«» v i l l i |i in., S t u d e n t f a c i i l t j
tea, L o u n g e , Ri,hart|si,n h,,||
W e like l.etilia ( o n n e l l v ' s light
comedy touch but she w a s much
t o o a c t i v e 'I h e " g o o d l i s t e n e r " w a s
overdone.
T o H e l e n D o h e r t v we
Kive c r e d i t
for sparkle,
t o Beit
McNaiv and Elizabeth
Rasiniisscn
lor gootl suhordinatioii
I be secontl play s h o w s t h e ic-nlt
" i ' H i ' t e n t d i r e , t i n g o n t h e p a r i of
aid E d d y
T h i s w a s a perfect
e x a m p l e ,,f u n i t x o l s e t , r a t h e r t h a n
I he
a 'onyloiiicrati,
delails
b u s i n e s s w a s perfet l b p l a n n e d but.
' " ' • ' ' e o l I h e slow It i n ,
I the
play, i h e i liinas u a weak
John
Black g a t , i h e prize per
I l o r i n a u c e of t h e e v e n uy a n i a g 'i' He ' h a r a i l e r w k h a siipi i b v• n< e
\bct- Fiivpatri, k \ ib a r m
imulc
u p I'-r h e r lack of b u s i n e s s
|,,,,, |
N o r r i s a m i D o n a l d lit i n , I n I s h o w
p r o m i s e f o r f u t u r e s t a g e w o r k , bill
I h e y l a c k t h e d e l i c a c y t h a i is p a r t
of t h e m a k e - u p of a n at t o r .
Page 3
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, NOVEMBER 4, 1932
BILLS TO BE
Dr. H. T. Clarke Explains Inter-relation VINCENT MILESKI
REGISTRAR ISSUES MISS
PRESIDENT
CHAIRMAN OF TEA
Of Hormones With Activities Of Body IS NEW
FOR LETTER CLUB
1932 HONOR ROLL THURSDAY AT 3:15
Second Semester Scholarship List
Has 38 More Students Than
Entire Year
Miss Goltlena Polls, supervisor of
mathematics in Milne High school,
Margaret Service, '33, chairman of
the student Lounge committee, and
Dorothy Grainor, '3d, chairman of the
tea committee, will serve as hostesses
at the student tea to be conducted
Thursday at 3:15 o'clock in the
Lounge of Richardson ball.
Four upper classmen receive:! the
rating of Sutnma Cum l.auiie for the
second semester of last year, Miss
Elizabeth Van Dcnbergh, registrar,
annotincecl today. As compared with
The entire Lounge committee will
the hmioi roll announced last week in
a-si-t them in welcoming the freshthe N'KWS, 3tf more students received
men, who are to he the special guests.
honors for the second semc-ter, than
Mi-s Fay, manager of the College
did for the complete year.
Co-operative book store, will present
a surprise package at this tea.
( I ' M I. M i l l .
SI'MMA
Jlmve, Lillian
Id-;,.,
The inter-relation of the hormones,
internal secretions from the endocrine glands, their Inter-dependence
and the extent to which they control
the activities of the body and its structure was the theme of the talk given
by Dr. Hans T. Clarke, professor of
biological chemistry, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia university, Friday night.
Dr. Clarke
addressed the 163rd meeting of the
Eastern section of the American
Chemical association, in room 28 of
Dusted hall.
Dr. Clarke, in his tall., outlined the
various hormones, their chemical activities, and gave the chemical analysis of those which have been discovered. Among the most important
hormones, about which Dr. Clarke
spoke a r e : the secretin, insulin, epinephrin, thyroxin,
parathoid, and
petuitin.
"Most advanced
physicians are
recognizing the dependence of medicine upon chemistry," Dr. Clarke
added. Previously, the study of medicine began with the study of anatomy,
then physiology. Now the basis of
study is chemistry,
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sity letters for sports participation.
A revote will be taken for the
office of secretary. Nominees for the
office a r e : Roger Bancroft and William Nelson, juniors, and Kenneth
Drake, '35.
1. M i l l
Din
I-'-n
I''.',-,
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of the College who have received var-
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The Letter club is an
organization begun last, year for men
l l . l . v . P, 1 ,i
( I'M
l-'inl
<i,„l
'34, treasurer.
L^ross JL)l&nai4ia :
ll M •«-
I'm
Osmcr Brooks, '34, was elected
vice-president, and George Ketchum,
hatis
c;..r.|..n. K:,/al„.ili
K m i ' i i i v . \l ,-_•,-..
N m i l i a i i . \]:rK
, ,-i
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Mai;
C i l ' l i . K . Kiin-1
D r l i.llanil. K i l i l l i
1)1 II . , i i . M U M , - !
Si-I„.u,
week.
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( I ' M 1. \ r i i | . .
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i-iix, l l i l i n
niuisl, Cnn.l
p n n l a l . , l.l.ir..
W'liilr,
Melcski, '32, was elected
Lui-.-i
, » • ,
SI,a
Vincent
president of the State Letter club last
|l,,l
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might explain it this wcw..
ALPHA CLUB HAS
SECOND MEETING
AFTER FORMATION
"Lot's Hay you're painting clouds.
You've got vour primary colors here
Hire
ing
.sinnla\
lllllll
l> ceilli r.
al Iln- J r u i - h
A ,
I
-
iinl'ii- was ,tp-
Mill.
dam e sometime tinA motion was made and pas-ed to
Pirn a ha-ketball leain to nimpeie in
the College league which will p m b ,,,n-i-l
nl Kappa
Delta Kho
ably
loll.-s.',
house, and the
f r a t i rilitv,
Alpl a i'bib.
b seph Kul d i n / , 'Mi, ti e a r n e r , was
these
tobaccos until they get the special
on ilia- palette. Ilnl >ou haven't the
lone they want — in o t h e r words, the
clouds
Chesterfield flavor.
until y o n blend certain colors
into the special tone you want.
lew -h m e n ' - society, had it- second
They blend and cross-blend
"This is very m u c h what happens
"And just as e a c h c o l o r you
acts o n
use
the o t h e r s to c h a n g e and
in m a k i n g a good cigarette. Ami I
enrich tbciii, so e a c h Chesterfield to-
gather that what Chesterfield means
bacco partakes o f t h e fine qualities
by d r o s s - B l e n d i n g is what an artist
of every other.
does with colors.
Their
Domestic
"You 'weld' different kinds to get
and Turkish tobaccos — many varie-
u better kind.
ties of e a c h — u r e the primary colors.
ing!"
Tout's Cross-Mend-
,i i in.-ipnia wbii h the members ol
the
hit) will de. ide -ipon al the ncM
meet me.
i,l
ANNOUNCES
MEETING
Chesterfield
'I'ln re will be an i m p o r t a n t
nuel
ill), ol Ihr Him, r , l . i - WCInc-d.'n al
I J . I K I i.'i I,,. K n
m -'ll ol k'ubard
son hall, M a \ belli
M . i l l h e w - , i lass
pie.
h e , I.i - w i l l
b e i'i n
M Hill,,
i:
(Inn l l U , - I l • i l n l W ' e i l l l l d . l . \ d l
th.
cla-s program, M i - M.illh, ws e \ plan ed.
AUK R E C K N T
Wended—
GUI.STS
-11, M:n
id
I a rolvii K i l l e v ,
well, '.II, and Marion D o w n - , ' d l ,
wei i week end g i i i - t - al D. la A l a
sonn ii.r-
trials iimu
7~t/wi/re MILDER
that's
©
i yi2, LIGOBTT & MVI.HS TOBACCO CO,
W/MI t/ieu TASTE BETTER
7
STATE COLLEGE NEWS NOVEMBER 4, 1932
fkgei
SQUAD CONTINUES
NEWS NOTES
PRESEASON DRLL
Professor Presides At Tumultuous Trial; DIRECTORY BOARD
WILL DISTRIBUTE
Rebels vs. Royalists Is Topic Of Case
BOOKS ON FRIDAY
" 'The American colonists', plaintiff, Smith will carry out his judicial
'1 he annual State college directory
Phi Delta sorority will conduct its versus 'George V, guardian ad litem duties by deciding points of controCoach Baker Lauds Achievement annual Founders' Day Tea tomorrow of the Empire of Great Britain', de- versy. Both counsels will subpoena for this year will be ready for disfendant", is the caption of the latest
and Teamwork of M e n
afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock.
case to be called before Judge Domini such famous figures of the period as tribution next Friday, Marie J u d d ,
in Floor Work
Committees a r e as follows; gen- V. Smith, who will preside over what "Patrick Henry", "Samuel Adams".
'33, editor-in-chief, announced today.
eral chairman, Marjorie Haas, '33; promises to be a very tumultuous trial, "John
"Mis Majesty,
Hancock",
1!Y T H O M A S R Y A N , '34
Sports Editor, N E W S
George V", "George Washington", All of the copy has been completed
arrangements, Grace Palmer, '33; re- today at 9:10 o'clock.
The varsity basketball squad will
and sent to t h e printers last week.
The trial is one of the features preswing into its third practice on Mon- freshments, Gertrude Kufahl, ' 3 4 ; sented by the American history and "Lord Greenville". A new incongruity in history will be revealed Miss Judd said. Mills A r t P r e s s is.
Mrs.
day night in the gymnasium of Page flowers, India Newton, '33.
classes, conducted by Dr. Smith, who
hall.
when "George Washington" and "Pat- printing the directory,
Donald Bryant, instructor in English is assistant professor of history.
Coach Rutherford Baker expressed and faculty member, will pour.
Gordon Hughes, '33, will be the at- rick Henry" appear wearing feminine
himself as well pleased with the work
T h e committee for the directory
torney for plaintiff, and Kenneth attire.
of the candidates, especially the team
Professor Will Speak
includes: J. Bruce
Filby, '33;
Johnston, '35, is defense counsel. Dr.
work of the transfer students who
Frances
Higgins
a n d Robert
Professor Bernard S. Bronson, head
have displayed a fast and steady brand
of ball.
Grover Hotaling, former of t h e chemistry department, will HONORARY SOCIETY
State Men Will Meet
Meyers, j u n i o r s ; Hilda H e m e s a n d
Union college star; Ben Boldt, Cort- speak before the meeting of the ColWilliam Jones, s o p h o m o r e s ; and
land Normal graduate and former
HAS TWO JUNIORS
Oxford
Team
Monday
coach a t Delhi High school; and lege Women's organization of JefferGlenn Ungerer, '36.
(Continued Irani page 1, column 5)
AS NEW MEMBER
J e r r y Butler, of the University of son county, Wednesday night a t
T h e cover for t h e book h a s been
Rochester, have shown themselves to Watcrtown. Professor Bronson will
Hilda Bradley and William Rogers, where he intends to receive a legal
degree.
be of varsity calibre.
changed this year, Miss J u d d said.
speak on the topic: "What You Pay juniors, were inducted into memberBen Ingraham, '33, is the only reguship in Delta chapter of Pi Gamma
Swick is a member of Pi Gamma
lar member of the 1931-32 quintet For And What You Get."
Mu, national honorary social science Mu, national honorary social science It will not have the College seal a s
missing from this year's squad. I n fraternity, at a meeting Wednesday
in the past years. Carl T a r b o x , '32,
Welcomes Members
graham held the varsity center posinight at the home of Eleanor Wil- fraternity. Last year he was a mem- designed the new cover.
tion for two years and was a leading
Phi Lambda sorority
welcomes kiiis, '33, a member of the fraternity. ber of the State college team which
figure in the State offense.
Margaret Kurilecz, '33, president, met Union college. At present Swick
Laura Kresy, Helena Behr, and Ruth
Gil De Laura, who was captain of Lawrence, sophomores, into pledge presided at the meeting. Membership is engaged as a part-time quiz inis restricted to juniors and seniors
the varsity with Ingraham last year,
POEM IS P U B L I S H E D
who have a major interest in history structor in history.
and Ray Harris, seniors; Roger Ban- membership.
Rand is vice-president of the stuor in social science and who have at
croft, Ossy Brooks, Bill Nelson,
Helen Baumes 'Mis, '31, former
Leads
Discussion
least a " I ! " average and have distin- dent association and a member of theeditor of the Echo, recently had her
Charlie Kissam, Bob Meyers, juniors;
and Cliff Rail and Bill Allard, sophoDr. Caroline Croasdale, College guished themselves in leadership.
student council, lie participated in poem, "Consolation" published in the
mores, all varsity members last year physician, will lead the discussion
the recent radio debate against Union American College Vers.-, a 1 k
are competing for regular berths.
group to lie conducted by the Young State Delegates Hear
college team on the same subject. I le edited In llenrs Harris,,,, and illusThe center post, vacated by Inwas also a member of his class de- trated by Charles Cullen,
graham, will be filled by either Harris Women's Christian association TuesGerman Student's Talk bate team for the past two years.
or Boldt. Harris played a steady day afternoon at 4:15 o'clock in the
This 1 k is now on display in the
game at center last season and hisLounge of Richardson hall, Laura
tConthmcd
fron, fagc 1, column 4)
The debate will he a non-decision College Co-operative I k shop.
experience at center makes him aStyn, '33, president, said today.
visit the Rome State school, the jail,
prime contender for the pivot post.
Miss ( His was a member of M\ -Dr. Croasdale's topic will he "Still and other places of interest near one in accordance with the requests
A stiff battle is being waged fur theWaters."
made by the visiting team.
Rome.
kania. senior honor group.
forward position among Bancroft, AlAt dinner Saturday night, Miss
lard, Brooks, Kissam, Hotaling, and
Pledges F o u r M e n
Liselott Traun-Strecker, a German
Butler.
De Laura and Rail, who
student
at Vassar, who worked in a
The Edward Eldred Potter club,
teamed at the guard position last year,
German labor camp during the sumare fighting to retain their posts men's social society, welcomes Gil- mer, told of her experiences there,
bert De Laura, and Edward Coyne,
against Nelson and Meyers.
and Mr. Harris spoke on " H o w to
Ralph Harris, '33, manager of theseniors, Leo Plante, '34, and Kenneth Get That W a y " about disarmament.
Christian,
'35, into pledge member- The dinner was followed by a social
team, has announced the following
YEAR BOOKS
ship.
schedule:
program. The last discussion group
T IG K ET S
was held Sunday morning followed
December 3—Hartwick, away.
394-396 B r o a d w a y
PROGRAMS
Classes t o Begin
by a church service at which l)r.
December 10—Hartwick, home
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December 17—St. Stephens, home.
Men's gymnasium classes will begin Davis spoke on "Communism's t ha)January
13—Hamilton, home
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this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in tin lenge to Christianity." T h e conference
closed
by
a
dinner
and
plans
for
21—Alumni, home.
January
Page hall gymnasium. Coach RutherFebruary 4—Seth Low, home.
Printers
of the Stale
College
N<
ford Baker will supervise the classes the conference next year.
February 8—Montclair, away.
Almira Russ, '34, was registrar o(
which will he conducted every Friday
•'ebruary 10—Seth Low, away.
the convention and is a member of
afternoon,
February 11—Brooklyn Poly, away.
An advanced class will be conducted the committee to plan the convention
February 17—Cooper Union, home. at 4:30 o'clock. Boxing, wrestling, for next year. The other State col- (f
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February 2-1—Montclair, home.
lege delegates were: Laura Styn, John
track, and basketball will be given.
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