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VOL.
X V I I . No. 8
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, A L B A N Y . N. Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER I I , 1932
NINE ARE NAMED
TO SIGNUM LAUDIS
CLASS DINNER IS
TONIGHT AT 5:30
'Depression Students" Turn
To Education As Jobs Fail
Cleveland, ( >hiu- I I I M
can't
net
a
job
(50
-"If
to
yon
cullcgc,''
seems to have hccotiie the motto of
the youth of the nation this year as
Scholastic H o n o r Society Elects
F o u r P e r Cent of Seniors
W i t h 2.00 Average
rep irt
increased en-
rollments.
Nine
-emor-
have
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hniioran
cording'tn
Dr.
profe-s ,r
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iif
alphabetical
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home
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DRAMATICS CLASS
WILL PARTICIPATE :Z:TZ "'h'i'kj':;;,::,",,,;",;';
TO PRESENT PLAY
IN CHURCH SHOW
IN 11:10 ASSEMBLY
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DEPARTMENT
PLANS
EXCURSION
ON NOVEMBER 19
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Individual m e d i t a t i o n h a s p a s s e d out of o u r lives long
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u t i l i z e t h e r a d i o a s a m e a n s of s i m p l i f y i n g a n d c o n d e n s F i f t y - f o u r c a n d i d a t e s for m a t e r d e - in " I o d i n e C o n t e n t of C e r t a i n G a r d e n
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O u r s t r u g g l e for s u c c e s s looms so large g r e e , h a v e s u b m i t t e d t o p i c s f o r t h e s e s . V e g e t a b l e s
in o u r visions that w e a r e h l m d to the opportunities Dr. A r t h u r K. Beik, p r o f e s s o r of edu- g o i t r o u i
Regions."
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II.
w h i c h a r e c l o s e at h a n d .
cation, a n n o u n c e d t o d a y .
D r . B e i k is C l a r k e will w r i t e o n " T h e i o d i n e
In spite of t h e fact that t h e d a y of J a c k - O f - A I I - T r a d e s
Content of t h e W a t e r s of the Capital
has p a s s e d , w e g o m e r r . l y f o r w a r d , dabbling in e v e r y - in c h a r g e of g r a d u a t i o n w o r k at C o l " A n A n a l y s i s of the I MrThe subjects for t h e s e t o p i c s D i s t r i c t . "
t h i n g , being efficient in n o t h i n g , and preparing for t o - lege.
norrow.
M e a n w h i l e , t o m o r r o>w
w r e m a i n s in the distance.
distance. a r e y a m d 0 , v t r j , , g e i g h t m a j o r fields
rent E x a m i n a t i o n - , in H i g h S h o i
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T h e field of Latin will he r e p r e T h e q u e s t i o n n a t u r a l l y a r i s e - as to w h v the modern | P"l>-darity. w h i l e h i s t o r y c o m . - next.
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H i l d a S m i t h , and Edith
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se n o r s :
Celia Bishop, Diane Bochuer, Hilda Buokheim, Beatrice
C u e Mart.HI Mlec/.ek. R o s e Ro.senheck, B e s s i e S t e t k a r .
and E l i z a b e t h Zuend, j u n i o r s ; F l o r e n c e E l l e n , B e s s i e
• oiith is different l i t h e r e a l l y i s ) . I- it tile h o m e or is
t the school that e x e r t - this feeling of timi-. hiki'ic, and
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s t u d i e s that w e r e e x t r e m e l v difficult a r e b e i n g made
: r bv better methotls ol t e a c l u n g .
W i t h i n s revival
c l a s s - r o o m w o r k has b e c o m e less i r k s o m e t h a n it used
to he. a n d less i n t e l l e c t u a l effort nui-t be nut into it.
1 he w o r k at s c h o o l is taken l o r g r a n t e d , since it is a s s u m e d all w o r k must be e a s y .
Vet with the e x c e l l e n t t e a c h i n g w e have, there i- -till
much that c a n n o t he l e a r n e d w tin .tit due eft, rt i>< in the
pupil.
T h e s u b j e c t s a r e p r e - e n t e d to t h e - i n d e n t - an !
thev e x t r a c t t h e o p i n i o n - c o i n c i d i n g with t h e i r l e h e i s a n d
forget the r e - t . T h e o u t c o m e i- adult- are built • "
H a r t m a n . H i l d a H e i n e - . F.rnilv
Hurlhut, Olga
Hyra.
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A n n a Koren, and Esther Rowland, sophomores.
SPORTS
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clinic, a m o n g o t h e r - . " I '• <• I m t a .
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, NOVEMBER 11 1932
DRAMATICS CLASS Dr.
WILL GIVE PLAYS
EUNICE MESSENT
Morris Reports Results Of Tests Given Last May;
LEAD Y.W.C.A.
State Sophomores Compare Favorably With 15,000 Others TOMEETING
TUESDAY
A comparison lias been prepared highest achieved here.
concerning the res 'Its of the cooperahour per cent of the total group
Thclma Smith, Carolyn Kramers tive testing program given last May had lower scores than the lowest
Are Directors of Dramas
to one hundred and s : xty members of here, when all the parts of the Engthe class of I'M-) under the super- lish tests were combined with the
for Tuesday Night
vision of the American Council on three non-science sections of the test,
T h e advanced dramatics class will Education, Dr. Elizabeth Morris, as- while only one per cent of the total
p n sent two play- Tuesday, Novem- sistant professor of education, re- ach eved higher grades than the highest at State college. On the I'.ngber 11. at H:.!(l o'clock in the audi- vealed today. The results of the test
here were compared with those oj lish lest alone, 9 per cent scored
torium of I'agc hall.
15,1)00 college sophomores in 38 slates lower than the lowest at State, and
'I luliiia Smith, '.'I. will direct tin
in the union.
one-half of one per cent scored higher,
lir-1 p a\ w hi' li i- a fare e recount
"Tin' scores in general sen nee tc-ts
Age Standard Lower
iiits the -l"i \ ,,f ;i ],i ninurnl c Inh
differed in most colleges con-i lerably
I he general results show that the
from
the scores on other test, indismii- of till- ncgroc- a- Lincoln students at State college are younger eating thai the achievement measured
fried the slaves. She trie - mil he, in aye than lie majority of the enhy that test is more dependent "ii the
experiment on a \ < Hint; negro imin tire group tested, the average age
than is the achievehere he ne 1'' years, where as that type of curriculum
a s t t t l e m e n t house.
ither te.-ts," Dr.
Morri
incnl
for
the
total
i_'0..i
vcars.
It
was
T h e ea.-t of thi- play i- as fol
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lows: M rs. I'alun r, the i lubwoman revealed that the students at Slate! ' '
Students Here More Capable
with the a l t n n - t h n i o t i \ . - . 1.1, -( achieved the same range of grades I
The l a d - mentioned above indicate
l l i c n . c n / , ',;-; Mr. I'aluirr, ih, for English as that which is shown
"However", in general that -Indents who look- the
father. ' ITford Kail, '.!5; I . d. ih, l,\ all the students.
sou. \\ illiam lone-, ' . v : hi- -we. I Dr M'.rris -aid, "when all the grades tests here are slightly more capable
slightly
higher
in
average
heart. ( hervl, Marion l i n n , maim for the first three suncstcrs of college and
' j . - ; ( e e i l e . the maid. I.oi- I hlwcl. work were averaged, 5 per cent of achievement than the total group
'.!?, an I the wunm negro. \\ 1 lian i!.,. t,,ial group make lower grades tested are. "Since the only measure
than the lowest made here, and 15 per in which our averages were lower,
Xel-011, \\\.
ient inak' higher grade- than the were those indicating college records
be: a d v e r t u i n g ,
Darrell
'31;
-et-, \ . n.irca 1 r . . u h \. '.i.i;
propcrlie-.
Helm
Man
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on the whole it may be concluded
that the method of marking here is
soinewlrit stricter than in other colleges," Dr. Morris said.
Special mention was made of several students who achieved the highest scores on the individual groups
of the test.
They a r e : Dorothy
(iraiuer and Louise Wells in College
grades, Thomas Ryan in general science tests, D a n e Bochner in punctiiation tests, Edith (.allup in the gram
mar test, Jane Met onuell in the spelling test, Almira Ktiss ill the tine arts,
l.ettie ((shorn in vocabulary, Azalia
N'orris in history. Madolyn Dickinson, in English literature, total h'.nglisli test, foreign literature, general
culture and total general score, and
William Roger- in college English
grades.
Will Give Details
Students who took these tests and
are interested to learn more details
concerning
their
own
achievements
Mork 'ith Dr.
may leave their nan
ris in r n 3 of Richardson hall and
may call at her office during any of
I the Thursday office hours.
Mrs, Eunice Rice Messent, '22,
former instructor of English, will
lead the discussion meeting which
will he conducted by the Young
Women'.- Christian association next
Tuesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock
in the Lounge of Richardson hall,
Laura Styn, '33, president, said t o day.
The discussion will be on college
life from both the points of view
of the -Indent and faculty member.
Mrs. Mes.ent will lead a discussion on questions which freshmen,
sophomores
and
upper-classmeil
have uppermost in their minds,
Miss Styn said.
Mrs. Messent was president of
the Y. VV. C. A. in 1921-1922, president of the student association, and
a member of Myskania, senior
honor society.
She wrote the
words of "Arm in Arm Through
Erictully Ways." At the present
time slu' is ' the editor-in-chief of
the Alumni Q u a r t e r l y , publication
of the alumni association.
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S T A T E C O L L E G E N E W S N O V E M B E R 11, 1932
69 FRESHMEN GET
UNIVERSITY AWARD
TR0UBAD0RS-G.A.A.
TO GIVE OPERETTA
"Very effective, but frightfully
formal, and like t h e a t m o s p h e r e
of combat," was the reply of t h e
College
Registrar
Announces
Oxford debaters to the queries
of t h e NEWS reporter on their
N a m e s of Scholarship
attitude towards the American
Check Recipients
style of debating. And as fot
statistics, they said, " W e think
Sixty-nine freshmen will receive
you can prove a n y t h i n g whatsochecks for amounts totalling §3,450
ever by statistics, and so they
within the next week, Miss Elizabeth
don't help any. I hey only bore
the audience. You know at O x Van Denburgh, registrar, announced
ford we have debates primarily
today.
to entertain the audience, an.
This sum represents the first installtere it is primarily for the sak,
ment paid by Xew York state to the ni the decision."
winners of the university scholarships,
Then, a s the perfect refutation for the slurs against the
Miss
Van Denburgh.
explained.
English sense of humor, these
Checks will be sent out through the
Oxford ans asked their intertreasurer's office, and will he placed
viewers, ' W h y dont you ask nie
in the College mail-box in the lower
my favorite Mower? . . . I'd
hat.' to admit it . . . but. i;
corridor of I )raper hall.
really is the pansy."
The number of freshmen holding
these scholarships has slightly de- , y w
_ .
- ^
creased this year, the registrar slated, | I. W.l.A.
10
HAVE
in that the l''31 series included th
names ol seventy-three studtnts wh
earned these awards.
The names of the E'3J holders o
Dorothea Gahae.au. '35. is lai-dn,
ilic scholarships are as follows
... ., ,, ,
...anager. She is a-MMed I,. Mm
Ela.nc liaird,
|1,:| l , a r l h
' • l ' " " " u Uu.s. '34. Esther \Y„,,lb„rn. '33.
llerwind, Mai
re n. \ era Burns, ,, ehare.c ,,f jirrangeiuents Her on
\ ireiuia ( happel, \ i r e i n i a
Dann. inittie includes: I Mima IP re
William Deuueu. Rulh Duffy. Rain '•"• ' , '"'""'> ' "'" l " 1 ' "•'••: ; ' ! " 1
wyn h'.vans and Elaine l i a i r d , ( r e d i
n'a Erirksnn, Helen Eiucii, Margaret
l-lanigan,
Robert
Roland, Harriet I K.-ilhrvn Wilkin., '34. chairman : Ilea
Erarv. Bett\ Ginnix, Alice Gray, trice Coe, '34. Margaret I Mil. '35. am'
Michael Griffin. D o n , I lamiuersley. \ l ' ^ j ' ^ ( J*"1''><" .•^"._
Lena Hansen. Elizabeth I larlline. and , t i u . ^liiieitv'conuni.tcc" S h ' i T ' s ' b e e r
Laura I lendricks.
j assisted In l.oraiue l.oder, llelei
Elsie
llihleuhrand,
Carol-I.ouise Kjeh. Ruth Hilkert. and Evelvn Rich
Co-chairmen Name Committees;
Dates Set for March 31
and April 1
The Girls' Athletic association and
Troubadors, men's musical organization will present "Patience," a Gilbert
and Sullivan operetta, on March 31
and April 1, according to Mary
Trela, '33, president of G. A. A., and
John Grosvenor, '?i3, president of
Troubadors. Maybelle Mathews, '34,
and Grosvenor will direct the production.
The following committees have been
appointed: business managers, Jean
Craigmile and Robert Robinson, juniors; sets, Alice Fitzpatrick, '34, and
Samuel Spector, '35; chairmen; lsabelle Hewitt, \M, Hilda Bradley,
Lttitia Connelly, Donald Eddy, Thomas
Garret, and William Nelson, juniors;
Anna Koren, Milton Goldberger and
Jules Supcra, sophomores and Vincent Uuiiohue, '3d; properties. Helen
Mahar and Roger Bancroft, juniors,
chairmen; Ah'ina kiwis, Katherine
Moore, and Bertha Buhl, seniors,
Katherine
Simmons
and Osmer
Brooks, juniors; and Harriet Ten
Kyck, Dorothea I iahagen and Kenneth Christian, sophomores; programs,
Elizabeth Kammercr, '34, and John!
Bills, '35, chairmen; Marion i Inward,
'34,
Valentine
Ruttowich.
Hilda
Heines, and Daniel Van Leuvan, s,,phomures, and Glenn L 'ngerer, '3d;
costumes and make-up, Thelma Smith,
'34, chairman; Marie Judd and Elizabeth Gordcn, seniors; Marion I'ike
and Donald 1'ienedict, juniors; advertising, Ethel Zotz, '33. chairman;
Katherine Eilzpalrick, '34. Evelvn
Rich, Helen Rich Ruth Hilkert, and
Above are Maybelle Matthews,
Charles Atwell. sophomores; house
,
i Li.,,. I '34, and John
Grosvenor, '33, co,-,
J
,nd ushers, Ellen Murphe> and
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physician, and I Jr. Adna W . Rislcy,
head of the history dep irtincnt, will
be the facility speakers.
Roger
llancrofl, vice-president, will act as
toastmaster for the junior class,
M iss | | any aiim iniiced.
MR- llaug ha- appointed the follow ing i ollllll ttee- to asMsl 111
preparation fur Ihe dinner: decoratii ii-. I l o m t l n
Rlo-e, chainiian;
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H o n - llolchk
, -. - . , n i l , m i . H a
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full ui • l i l t , r-hip
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T h e junior class will conduct its
annual class dinner Tuesday night
at 6:00 o'clock in the cafeteria of
Dusted hall. Katherine Hang, general chairman, announced today. It
is to be a Thanksgiving dinner.
This theme will be carried out in
decorations, announcements, prog r a m s , and entertainment,
Miss
Hang added.
W E LCOM ES M E M B E R S
head of the c o m m e r c e d e p a r t m e n t
md M r - Y o r k ; M r t ' h e - l , r J. I er
tamed t i n i l.x.ord debate team in ''r II. a - - i - t nit p r o l e - s i ir oi , m n
the
Roiinge
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ball. 'nier. e. and M r - . I e n d ! . M r . l i a r
Monday ii -Mn ii
cdiatcR f o l l o w - '.'ri-iiii M I ,rv, ill LMT. a - i - t a n t p r o
f -s-or ..I . . H u m e r i e a n d M r - I er
vuillio ,-: and M r
! d w . n l l ,,..per
I'auie hall ''
Moore,
M a n a n Steele, l i n k
and lacipieline E v a n - .
Bancroft
T o Be T o a s t m a s t e r
at T h a n k s g i v i n g Dinner,
C h a i r m a n Says
., . .
• I'lnlcine' w'e're tile "main feature- o i l
Edward
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JUNIORS TO DINE
TUESDAY AT 6:00
WELCOMES MEMBERS
Roc,pie, b'lorence l.awler, Jeanne Res- Sweet, C l a i r e Biehni, W i l l i a m S u i t e r .
nick, Dora Eeviue, Erancis I .ewan- I and Charles Johnson, juniors. ,u Rh, Gamma . hanlcr of Kappa Delia
I droski, Allen Lewis, Helen Roth, and I chapter were recent guests at the Rho iralernil;. welcomes the P.lli.wMarv MacDonald.
Gamma house of Kappa Delia Rho ine men into full membership: R.ih.rl
I l.illie Malonev, Mary Markham. fraternitv. Rho chapter is located al Meyer-, '34: and t'harh-s
\twell,
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Mesauder la,Ink.and Wilfred Allard,
I 1'Xeill, Valentine l'aho, Ems Roller
lame-. Ouiglev. Mildred Raab, K'u'.'a I '
Rob nson. Emma Rogers. Martha | _
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| lallowe'en I William Swil'l. b'lorence Tale. C
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T..I , Margaret
Warner.jll
CLUB ENTERTAINS
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DEBATERS MONDAY if the
NIGHT IN LOUNGE J^tx^V^L^.
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l l i l h r . Elizabeth 1 lob- j ,,,,,|
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I lot, Eloreiicc I I
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beck, Doris lluiuphrey, Jeanne Hum ; in-dim, u.
phrev, I linah Kapp, lean K e n . I .race j
Kline, I lelen Knapp, Benjamin Kolker, ;
ARE WEEK-END GUESTS
Walter Vogt, '3d, and William
Alexandra Krosiiohiro, Jeanne I .a
I S . '£,ph ' Rcm;har.' ' -io!';! 75 Attend Commerce
Club Party Saturday
Hilda Bookheim, Altmra Ru-s. Katherine Rang, Helen Vmoman a n d ,
George Kc.chau, juniors; a.u-t Nor•
dnd S l u - k " ^ r S X ^ v i i - ; ^ ; ^
abeth Grillin, G e r e .
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Paul I lieney, frcshm.
Debaters Deplore Combative
Attitude Of American Teams
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