S t a t e College N e w... TEAM TO OPPOSE ALUMNI PRESENT NOTED POET-CRITIC

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State College News
Vol. XVII. No. 10
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., KKIDW, DECEMBER 2, 1932
ALUMNI PRESENT
NOTED POET-CRITIC
Louis
TEAM TO OPPOSE
HARTWICK COLLEGE
Graduate Students To Make
Arrangements For Teaching
Untermeyer to Be Here
T u e s d a y Night a t 8:30
in P a g e Auditorium
Arrangements for practice teaching for graduate students must be
made before Thursday, December
15, according to an announcement
from the oflice of Professor John
M. Sayles, principal of the Milne
High school, the practice unit for
the teaching.
(iraduate students who have not
vet signified their intention to do
practice teaching next semester are
requested to do so immediately, in
order that the teaching assignments may be completed according
to the schedule planned. Professor
Savles added.
$2.25 Per Year. 32 Weekly Issues.
DR. FRITZ RAGER
TO SPEAK TODAY
Is Basketball Captain
Squad
to
Inaugurate
Season
With Game at Oneonta
T o m o r r o w Night
Voting for N . S. F . A . Delegate
Will B e Conducted in
11:10 Assembly
An address by Dr. Fritz Ragcr, of
the Institute of International Education,
and voting for a delegate to atThe varsity basketball team will
tend the annual convention of the N a open the season tomorrow night when
tional Student Federation of America
it opp is us I lartwick college at ()uc
which will be conducted in New O r leans, Louisiana, Wednesday, Thursuntil, Ralph Harris. '.U, manager of
day, Friday, anil Saturday, December
basketball, announced.
The entire
28, 29, 30,'and 31, will he features of
squad of fourteen men will make the
the assembly this morning at 11:10
trip, leaving tomorrow aflerno.ni al
o'clock in the auditorium of Page hall,
Katherine Moore, '.13, president of the
_' .ill HI lock, Harris said.
student association, announced today.
(,il He I.aura. '.I.i, will captain Inc
Mr. Untcrmeycr will illustrate his
Dr. Ragcr. who is a native of
remarks by readings from the
\ ienna, will speak on "Unemployment
poetry of Robert Frost, Kdwin ArInsurance Systems." He received the
degree of 1.1..11, from the University
lington Robinson, Edna St Vincent
The advanced dramatics class will l : '-l week.
I)e I.aura lias been a
of Vienna in l''14. During the World
Miliar, Jean Stair I 'ntermcyer, hi- present two plays on Tne-,lay night, I varsity man for three years, lie held
War he passed several years in the
wife, as well as from his own works. December 13, in the auditorium of I '•' regular guard position for two
midst ,.f the Dolomites as artillery
Lctilia years, and is regarded by Coach
T h e kite Amy Lowell lias char- I'age ball at S: 15 o'clock.
observer and commander of a battery
Gilbert De Laura '.!,? a vet of mountain artillery. I Ie served as
acterized Mr. Lutcrnievcr as " t h eConnelly and Helen Mahar. juniors, u-.u.,- a „ •, leading defensive man this j
press department head in the Auswill
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these
plays.
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most versatile genius in \merica. , The cast for M iss Connelly's pi..,
team, who will captain the squad trian ministry of war. and in l 2(l was
l i e has achieve,I equal lame and | will include: Mildred D u n k a n d ] < " i , r l ' l l ; i K l 1 ' <ssmA v : "' s | t > s»'>
elected secretary of the chamber of
for the coinini! season,
lllr
lollowmg men M.nida> mght
success in the lields of poetry, criti \'eronica Crowlev. seniors; Donald ' "
labor.
llenedict.
William
Nelson, and I-rover Ib.tabng. Hen lloldt, am
Widespread unemployment has becism, literature and lecturing.
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Charles K,,|, M ,n. juniors; Lucille : l<'""0 Lutkr. s|
come a permanent condition in a
H'u'Hs and
anil IDe
ie Taura.
^ n o r ^ l o i g c r ART
DEPARTMENT
is America's most wideK read poet | \ , ' j ^ t ^ \ u T h r ' , ^ , , , ' ' ^ m , Harris
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small industrial nation like Austria,
abroad, and lie is especially w ell j Wilfred Allard, sophomores'; ; | n \j | I'.am-roft. Jjiul Kissain. ()siner lhand unemployment insurance cniitribRichard Cerald, a Milne | | i K |, | and Bill NcLim, juniors : Bill \llard
known for his nuiner
« » » ^ , - s „ . ™ , ^ n m . , ^ . / , i l l l B , m u ' n toward the maintenance of
sel,,,,,! s t m h n t .
H'»'l ' kit Rail, sophomores; and j
OPPOSITE
STUDIO]^
• ' ""Icr. I" •"-•« Dr. Ragcr
gie
Comniittees will b e : house. Alvim
''"'«'' Hanerult, Paul liulger and |
Mr. I ' l i t e m
visited ( auada and the United States
si widclv
known works include: "Challenge,'" Trcnlleman. '34; advertising, Caro- M'-dward De Temple, fre-l
\ , ollectioii illustrating the modern as speiial commissioner of the AusI'wo pracl
.allies weir p|a_\ed
Kram
"These ' l i m e s . " " T h e New \ d a i n , " ilvn
\ ii is
i . u n e i s . 'J.L
. i . i .make-up,
i a w e - p , Cecilia
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v• . , Mnniliv nielii in tli,. | • ,,... l, , 11 ,M, n rends in Amcnc an, Belgian, I anadian " ''"i g o \ u ninuii.
1 he question ot
Bush."
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Donald Ed.lv M-i -, ,,i •«'-'•'"'• The fresbn.an lea,,,. c a c h e d and French etching
, displa, this | ""employment insurance is one winch
will I..-: H i . A l( Hrulj.-icliiT, |.i.-s,,l,-iit,
victory over the College House I
Miss
Maltar's
play
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the
studio
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opposite
clean-up.
Bertram
McN'ar'y,
'34.
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Roger
Hancroft,
'34.
won
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anil M i s . Ilrllliai-lu-r; I n William II
The characters The varsity was hard pressed to ek
Melzl.-l, . K a n . aii.l M i s M e u h - l ; Miss an Italian setting.
,l Draper ball, Mi.ssj 'Ihe candidates, one of whom will
( h a i l , a n - l.,„-l,, |,i,.f,--s,.i m l-ic-iich; Miss include: Antonio Serra. the lover, nil a victory over a i it. team in th
Kadi,-..-..- K. vVlu-.-linn, s i i p . i v i s . , , in Kii« Carl llarbeck, '32; Quilia Fahbri, second game.
F u n k c Periiie. bead of the art depart- be chosen as delegate lo the cmvenI lion by the student body, are all memlish; Dr. Ilar„l,| \V Tli..n.|.s..ii, no.fcssui
The varsity will play its tir-t lion
ment, announced today.
of Knidish. an,I M i s Tlmmps,,,,; P. ..f.-ss... the wife, Mavbelle Matthews, '3 1
bers of ihe junior class. They arc,
Andrea
h'abbri,
t h e husband. gi"'"e ol the season Saturday night.
American artistry is represented by listed alphabetically: Roger Bancroft,
an,I '.Mis. Hn.n's.ni: 'l lr. ' I lai iv ' 1 l a - l u n f ! T h o m a s Garrett, '34; and Anna, the December 1(1, when il engages Hart"Angkor at Sunset", and "Dong lean ( raigmile, Mavbelle Matthews,
i-liaii ni.ui ..I ll„- KIIKI'SII .1,-paitim-i.l-. D r .
wick in a return game on the Pane
Car,.line
1 nias.la:.-,
i ,<ll.-n<pliysii-<an; maid, Elizabeth Salese, '34. liar- ll;l11
fell Rami, and
l 1 1
Kong Harbor", by Lucille Douglass; William X'elson.
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A,lam A. Walk.-i, pi,.f.-ss
f ,., „'„„,„„•,, beck was formerly a member of the
I M i s . Walk, I , I n . Kli/alietll II. M m Mountebanks, dramatic societv a l l brcshinan suits were issued to the"Old Houses. Oxford, England", and Robert Robinson.
Bancroft is vice-president of his
• is, pp.fcss.ii i.f i d i n a l
I l a i . - m . - A.
'
hollowing men last nighl b> Han. roll : "( alhe.lral of H..urges, France", b> .lass ibis year and general chairman
Ili.ll.-y, ssislanl |
ess,,, ,,,' I i „ i „ , v , ami Union college.
Mis. H i , I I , i ; D r . ('. !• Hale, l.i-a.l uf
T h e committees for the play will ' <v»rnv Ham roll. Paul liulger, h'.d George Taylor Plowman; "View ol lor the annual junior week-end in
pin u s ,U-|,auiii<Mii, ami M i s . H a i r ; M i . include: costume and m a k e - u p , ' M a r D ollins. Carl Digioa, Ed De Temple,
Florence, Italy", "Market Place at February, l i e has been a member of
ami M i s . Dun.,1,1 I I , y a m , instiu> I,,i s in
,n
1
Eimlisli; Miss Maii,,,i k i l p a n i.-k, i i . s i i m . i o , telle Gehlc, '34; sets, Celia box, W. ,: ' n I linldleMon and Leonard Welter.
the varsity basketball squad for two
I be liosh quintel will open the sea Basic, Switzerland", and "Geneva, seasons and is coach of the freshman
props. Dorothy Grillin. '3 1; clean
Switzerland",
hv Maxim Siebold ; and
Cobleskill
High at
til). Helen
Danabv, '3 1; house, .mi against
basketball team this year.
Bancroft
"The Market Basket" In Millard is a member of Kappa Delia Rlu. fra, .1.1.'skill to,ught.
Helen Dohertv, '3-1; and advertising.
.'ontaining their name, uu k naine, Sheets.
Mary Mo,,re. '34.
ternity.
s.uoiity and fratcrnit, alliliati, ,ns.
Belgian dry-point is illustrated hv
i l ..limine,/ i,n /-.,,;,' -I. r.-/HIIIn -'I
I and record ,,f their t 'ulk-ge activi- "The Carillon" and " T h e German
| ties to a member of tin staff before Pure over Belgium". L> Waller Vacs ;
next Friday.
ami "Portrait of Rembrandt liogart",
This information ma\ be left in by Vacs.
Initiation uf live pledges into
U
/i»r n r / ^ r u n r n 1 J '' ' studem mailbox in the lower
"The Bulti/r Tower, Rouen, France",
membership in Alpha Phi (lamina,
ON DECEMBER
14 corridor ,,l Draper ball for Roger and "Mont St. Michel, France", by
national lion, nary journalistic fraCommerce club will conduct a (^"nroft. I'elia liisbop. ,,,• Eleanor tar,.line Ariuinglon, show Canadian
ternity, will take place Monday
night at X:15 o'clock in the Lounge linner meeting on Wednesday, De- U : ' ' l ' r ' " r > . M rs. ,,l the literary work as portrayed by present day
T h e annual All-State dance will
etchers. The sole example of French
of Richardson ball.
Alvina R. -ember 14, at 5:3(1 o'clock in t b e h l ; , I T ' N , , s s ^I'wtoli added
I etching is "D'Azav l.e Rideau" by In- conducted next Friday in t h e
Lewis, \\S, president, will preside. afeteria of I I listed hall, W'dliam
•gymnasium
of Page hall, J o h n
I David Yaron. This latter is a litboA regular business meeting of t h eCollins. '.U. president, announced lo I 5 e n j Q T S JQ Qfo
^ ^
I'.ilK, '35, chairman, announced t o fraternity will be conducted follow- lav. Harold II. Smith of the Gregg I *"•••"*••' « " " • " * - « • • " •
graph. This collection was loaned by day
ing t h e initiation ceremonies.
Publishing company, a nationally
fQT Yearbook Material j 'I'" A1,,i,M> U^'U'W
"' H i M " r j i,ml
Proceeds fr
the dance will be
T h e pledges who will be taken known teacher ol typewriting and
used to liquidate the o u t s t a n d i n g
.\n
into full m e m b e r s h i p include: India co-author of t h e 'Greg-g typing
balance
of
thirty
dollars remaining
Senior activity records for t h e M is-. Periue has placed magazines
Newton, Auialia Pesko, and Flor- book will be t h e guest speaker at ' ' ' - ^ I'edagogue are being collected | and books about contemporary ,1,1
unpaid on the elecliola, purchased
iiieiiihi-i s oi ihe liter lines ami some ..I the tools tl
ence I lorn, si-iii, ,r
IUAl
last year.
id June Carey I the dinner
I
«r
.rding lo India X.-w Usui n: ibis i\pe ..I arl work on
and \lvina Trent
ItilL has appointed t h e following
in, umiors.
Ruth Putnam, '.^y vice president •"'> M a "
hiil
I liil.it
i th. tables in tin hall
Miss Newton h
committees: . hapt rones, \\ illiain
tor in chief ..1 ! ol the , lub, will be general , hair : '",'1- 1 ' ll:1
Ml members
the VKU Pedagogue, senior year j man for the dinner
Collins, 'Xl. advertising, William
book, and Miss Horn i- business ,,f the club and all other (
n ,
X'elson. '34; music. Robert Robinmanager. Miss Pesko is ,mc of the sinilent.s a r e invited to all,ml lb,
son, '34: i lean-up, (icorge Bauco ediiors ,,| the !•'.. ho, literary mag- ' dinner, ( ..llni- -aid \ n assessnieul
er..It '.in. and bids. Bruce Filbv,
azine. Miss Carey and Miss i reii-j ,.
l\ cents will be made l,u th.
thniari a r e niiu, .1 ,-. Idols ,.| t h e iliunei
\ l l those who plan I., a!
( >nl\ Stale college students will
Echo,
. lend ma\ sign up ,.n llu p.,-t, i ....
be allowed t,. attend ibis dance, in
; the 1.1.on bulletin board in lb.- i
i
program is ...Locale,I In 1 1,.,, , | u . leachei sh.,,,1,1 . , C | , . m ai i .nil,in. e w .lb the i usloiii begun
tun,I.. ..I Drapei ball, M i - . Put
P i , s i d . n i \ R Hiuh.II1.IT m an ,
,
two i o n - a g o <>i limiting aliendarticle enutled " I h e lea, her I , a n , " " , • " , l " '"> " : » " " *
• inii al Ml Mate dance to uii.lcrT h e State college alumni association will present Louis Diitermeyer,
poet, critic a n d essayist, in a lecture, in the auditorium of I'age hall,
Tuesday night at 8:30 o'clock, Mrs.
Bertha E. Briinnicr, executive secretary of the association, announced
T h e topic of Mr. L'nteruieyer's lecture will he on " T h e New Era of
Poetry."
s
Hv TIIOM \s k v . w , '34
i . K,|ii„r, s U K (•„, ,,,,, \ , „ ,
DRAMATICS CLASS
WILL GIVE PLAYS
ON DECEMBER 13\™2
t^X-T^Z^
EXHIBITS ETCHINGS
ALPHA PHI GAMMA
WILL INDUCT FIVE
COMMERCE CLUB
MONDAY AT 8:15
WILL HAVE DINNER
MEN TO CONDUCT
ALL-STATE DANCE
ON FRIDAY NIGHT
President Writes Article Advocating
Change In Teachers Training Program
News Reports Passing
Of Thomas Finegan, '89
pearing in the \ . . . ember issue ..I purely cultural edlicaluuii. u iiliniii
Word has been received of the Law Librarian Will Be
the Ohio Slate uniwrsily magazine ating in the A II. degree would i o n
death of T h o m a s Finegan, a grail
.in.l re]»iii.ie.l II,.in tin Journal ,, l | -1 nine llu- preliminary training loi
Guest At Lounge TeaHigher l-'dmalioii
liale of Slate college in ihe class of
t h e nnxllern educator, j ) r llruhaclu-i
el.ldll.lles.
Pod- will l.e oil,- dollar per couple
and will he on sale next I'lmrsday
and Friday, in room X in the lower
i o n idor of Draper hall, Bills concluded.
INK" when il was tlit State Normal
"Our eihn alioual ymabulary car asserts A fifth year devoted solely
Miss F r a n c e s I) Lyon, librarian
school, Mr Finegan was formerly at t h e New York slate law library, i n s ,ii h a s t iw.i terms Ihal a r e b e - | l . . pedagogy \\<>ult! then g i \ e in
an assistant commissioner of edu- w i l l b e I h e g u e s t a l t h e s t u d e n t
g obsulesi cut 'pedagogy' with | striiction in the more expert tech
cation in the New York State de- faculty tea, next T h u r s d a y ai 3:15 its derivatives 'pedagogue' ami 'peda iiique and niethods of teaching
partment of education after his
In this fifth year. Dr. Brubachcr
lock in t h e Lounge of Richardson g.igiial' and 'normal' as part of tl
graduation.
l i e left this position hall.
phrase 'normal school'," asserts Dr. says, "slinuld be eonceiitrated rich
to serve as superintendent of public
experience* in the necessary me
Miss Marion E. Kilpatrick, in- Brubacher.
Less than one-half t h e students
iiistructii.n for the stale of Penn- structor in English, will be the
"The teacher is more than a peda- cli.niics of instruction, classroom have paid their student tax after
sylvania.
faculty member in charge of the g o g u e " be continue*, "and the new techniques, a n d professional ethics." seven weeks of collection, Clarence
This program should be su re- V Ilidley, professor of history a n d
At the time of his death Mr. tea. T h e faculty guests will include: science of education together with
Finegan was a director of the East- Miss Helen Halter, supervisor of the art of t h e teacher is more than vised to lit t h e i n s t r u c t o r to the treasurer of the student association,
situation in such a way as to enable announced today. Only 5(i6 have
man Educational Film company, an social science in Milne High school; pedagogy."
outgrowth of educational work plan- Mr. Paul II. Sheats, instructor in
In respect to the requisite train- him to handle il successfully. " T h e paid, as compared with <>(i7 who h a d
ned by him for the E a s t m a n Kodak government, and Mrs. Sheats; Miss ing, the teaching profession is about modern teacher," in Dr. Briibacher's paid before November 17 of last
Helen C. James, librarian in thea quarter century behind the legal estimation, "may no longer he a year.
company in Rochester
Mr. Finegan has been an active Slate college library; Dr. Caroline ami medical professions, Dr. Bru- technician or mechanician; he must
The freshmen head t h e list with
Croasdale,
College physician and bacher stated. He brought out the be an educated person w h o has also 1M3 paid; the sophomores a r e secmember of t h e State college alumni
association and has served several head of tlit hygiene d e p a r t m e n t ; comparison of the required interne- mastered t h e science of education ond with 14ft; the juniors, third,
times on t h e directorial board of and Dr. Donnal V. Smith, professor ship that every doctor must under- and has acquired t h e technique ot with 124; and the seniors, last, with
of history, a n d Mrs. Smith.
g o before he may attempt l o a c - instruction."
the association.
113
Finance Board Reports
566 Student Payments
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, DECEMBER 2, 1932
Page 2
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senior class has been graduated from the university
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
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advance of the others. It is with sincere regret and
appreciation of the meaning of her commencement
THE NEWS STAFF
that we consider the death of Alice Anderson, a memALVINA R. LEWIS
Editor-in-Chief
ber of the senior class.
Y. VV. C. A. House, 219 Ontario Street, 2-1187
The student association wishes to express its sinBERNARD S. KF.HIIKI
Managing Editor cere sympathy to her parents and friends. We realize
295 Elk Street
that the file of caps and gowns at our commencement
MARY DOHERTY
Finance Manager in June will be made incomplete by her absence.
Chi Sigma Theta, 678 Madison Avenue, 2-6126
JEAN CRAIGMH.E
Advertising Manager
Phi Delta, 20 South Allen Street, 2-9836
MARION HOWARD
Associate Managing Editor
16(1 Western Avenue, 3-69.15
LAURA STYN
Staff Director
Y. W. C. A. House, 219 Ontario Street, 2-1187
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Putnam. JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Almira Russ,
Elizabeth Salese, Thclma Smith, and Kathryn Wilkins.
DESK EDITORS : Ruth Brooks, Valentine Reutowich,
Dan Van Leuvan, and Ruth Williams, sophomores.
REPORTERS : Luisa Iglesias, Rose Kantor, Carolyn
Kramers, Hilda Smith, and Edith Tepper, seniors;
Celia Bishop, Diane Bochner, Hilda Bookheim, Beatrice
Coc, Marion MIeczek, Rose Rosenheck, Bessie Stctkar,
and Elizabeth Zuend, juniors; Florence Ellen, Bessie
Hartman, Hilda Hemes, Emily Hurlbut, Olga Hyra,
Anna Koren, and Esther Rowland, sophomores. SPORTS
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Jean Watkins, '33. BUSINESS STAFF: Beatrice Burns,
Mildred Facer, Edith Garrison, Frances Maxwell, Elizabeth Premer, Alma Quimby, Julia Riel, and Margaret
Walsworth, sophomores.
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Vol. XVII. \ ' o . 10
IDEALS FOR STUDENTS
A n y d o g m a t i c statement of the f u n c t i o n o f t h e m o d e r n
t m i v e r ; l> is debatable. O f late years, a d o g m a t i c c o n ception f the f u n c t i o n of education has been p r e d o m i n a t e
— w h a t - , vet proves most beneficial to the largest n u m b e r
of i n d i v i d u a l s has been conceded to be the office o f t h e
school, a n d this has resulted in the status n o w laid o n
technical t r a i n i n g .
I n this mechanical age of specialization a n d c o m p e t i t i o n , this stress is essentially p r a c t i c a l . A n d p r a c t i c a l i t y
is the k e y n o t e of existence—but as t h e v a r i a t i o n s , crescentlos, d i m i n u e n d o s of a melody p r o v i d e interest i n i t ,
an i n t e r e s t i n g life demands a t t e n t i o n to aspects above
the plane o f t h e p r a c t i c a l .
W e are not so idealistic as t o say t h a t students s h o u l d
s c o r n t e c h n i c a l t r a i n i n g , by w h i c h they w i l l later keep
t h e i r places i n the parade of existence in t h e interests
of academic p u r i t y ; it is possible h o w e v e r to c o m b i n e
w i t h it a c e r t a i n a m o u n t o f c u l t u r a l s t i m u l a t i o n .
In
p l a n n i n g a c u r r i c u l u m , the student m a y t a k e a d v a n t a g e
if elective p r i v i l e g e s to e n r o l l in courses w h i c h are f a r
a f i e l d f r o m his o w n p a r t i c u l a r s t u d y — l i t e r a t u r e courses,
h i s t o r y , courses in w o r l d a f f a i r s , aesthetics, a n d t h u s
w i d e n his vision of the scheme of t h i n g s a bit.
O r a g a i n , i n the courses he is t a k i n g , he m a y f o l l o w
up aspects w h i c h are not stressed, but to w h i c h t h e p r o lessor makes c e r t a i n allusions.
So often after t h e first
enthusiastic d r a u g h t s f r o m the " f o u n t of l e a r n i n g , " t h e
student slumps into an apathetic state w h i c h excludes
f r o m his consciousness a n y t h i n g but the r o u t i n e assignments for w h i c h he is responsible.
O p p o r t u n i t i e s for side excursions i n t o the b y w a y s of
academic life are countless on a college campus. T h e
s t i m u l a t i o n of i n t e r e s t i n g speakers, varied personal c o n tacts, art e x h i b i t i o n s , concerts ,,f the better music, excellent l i b r a r y facilities, a l l c o n t r i b u t e to make it possible
for any i n d i v i d u a l w h o is a w a r e that there is " m o r e to
beer than the f r o t h " t o become t r u l y c o s m o p o l i t a n .
T h o r e a u ' s c r i t i c i s m of m o d e r n life was that it is an
" i m p r o v e d means to an u n i m p r o v e d e n d . " O u r concern
w i t h the means obscures o u r view of the end we are
seeking.
It is in y o u t h that we determine the general
p a t t e r n of o u r e x i s t e n c e ; is it to an " u n i m p r o v e d e n d "
that we are d e v o t i n g these precious years?
Syracuse
Daily Orange.
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CHOOSE WISELY
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morning
will
be
conducted
for a delegate
in
the
to represent
convention
of t h e N a t i o n a l
eration
America.
I'pon
represent
sentative
Student
the student
transfers
Fed-
chosen
State college, w i l l depend, to some
the efficiency of t h e F e d e r a t i o n .
this
to
extent,
I n s o f a r as t h e r e p r e -
his e n t h u s i a s m
to
the
student
b o d y , he is h e l p i n g b o t h h i s C o l l e g e a n d t h e F e d e r a tion.
of
Likewise
maintaining
is p l a c e d u p o n h i m t h e r e s p o n s i b i l i t y
an interest
initiating certain
reforms
Ear Sale in the Co-op
Editorial
Kotc:
The following
article was written f o r the N E W S by
D r . H a r o l d VV. T h o m p s o n , p r o fessor o f E n g l i s h a n d f a c u l t y m e m ber o f S i g n u m L a u d i s , s e n i o r h o n o r
scholastic society.
W h a t s o r t o f p e o p l e a r e t h e first
f o u r per c e n t of a s e n i o r class? H o w
b r i l l i a n t a r e c o r d is n e c e s s a r y t o become one of the nine m e m b e r s of
S i g n u m L a u d i s d r a w n f r o m 1933?
Can y o u receive a I ) a n d s t i l l a r rive?
A r e certain departments a l ways represented? These are some
of the q u e s t i o n s a n s w e r e d b y D r .
H a r o l d VV. T h o m p s o n , p r o f e s s o r o f
E n g l i s h , at a recent m e e t i n g o f S i g n u m L a u d i s , c o n d u c t e d at t h e a p a r t m e n t of D r . C e r t r u d e D o u g l a s , assistant p r o f e s s o r o f b i o l o g y , w h e n
Dean M e t z l e r r e c e i v e d i n t o m e m b e r s h i p t h e nine s e n i o r s j u s t selected.
These r e s u l t s e m p h a s i z e t h e f a c t
that the first f o u r p e r cent o f each
class u s u a l l y has a p r e d o m i n a n c e o f
members from the departments of
history and mathematics.
If the
m a j o r s and m i n o r s of these h i g h e s t
g r o u p s f r o m t h e classes o f 1933,
1932, a n d 1931 a r e a d d e d , h i s t o r y
leads w i t h 16, m a t h e m a t i c s f o l l o w s
w i t h 12, F r e n c h is t h i r d w i t h 8, a n d
E n g l i s h ( t h e l a r g e s t d e p a r t m e n t in
t h e c o l l e g e ) is f o u r t h w i t h o n l y (>.
T h e n i n e m e m b e r s h a v e CI.1! ( " s in
a l l a n d o n l y 4 D's. T w o o f t h e D's
are i n E d u c a t i o n 9. O n t h e o t h e r
hand. Ilisert, Roohan. and V a n V a l k e i i b u r g h r e c e i v e d A i n each t e r m
o f E d u c a t i o n 9, a n d I g l e s i a s r e c e i v e d an A a n d a B.
The youngest
member
of the
g r o u p is M a r g a r e t
Kurilecz. who
w i l l be o n l y 1() w h e n s h e g r a d u a t e s ;
Flora W u r s t l i n w i l l g r a d u a t e in the
m o n t h w h e n she a r r i v e s a t t h e a g e
of tweutv.
The senior having the highest
a v e r a g e is a l w a y s p r e s i d e n t .
This
year t h e h o n o r goes t o C a r o l C e d a r q u i s t of l a m e s t o w n .
H e r average
of 2.70 is ' c o n s i d e r a b l y a b o v e t h a t o f
any o t h e r m e m b e r o f 1933. a n d it
was
attained
by e a r n i n g
28 A
g r a d e s , 6 I',, a n d o n l y 3 C a n d o n e
D.
( T h e D, c u r i o u s l y e n o u g h , a n d
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biology.
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ALUMNI PRESENT
NOTED P0ET-CRI1IC
ON TUESDAY NIGHT
\\
COMMUNICATIONS
State college at
the annual
of
assembly
Dr. Harold W. Thompson Answers Four
Questions Concerning Signum Laudis
in t h e F e d e r a t i o n
a n d of
w h e r e t h e y m a y be needed.
T h e s e l e c t i o n o f o n e o f t h e c a n d i d a t e s f o r t h e post
o f C o l l e g e r e p r e s e n t a t i v e is a m a t t e r o f c o n c e r n t o
every student for this delegate w i l l carry the reputat i o n o f the College w i t h h i m . A c c o r d i n g to the dict i o n a r y , t o r e p r e s e n t i - to t v p i f v , a n d a r e p r e s e n t a t i v e
is a t y p i c a l pel's,,n. A d e l e g a t e s h o u l d be selected
w h o w i l l t y p i f y t o t h e o t h e r d e l e g a t e s p r e s e n t at t h e
c o n v e n t i o n all that State college stands for. w h o w i l l
s h o w t h e m a - a m p l e o f an a v e r a g e S t a t e c o l l e g e s t u d e n t , a n d f r o m w h o m t h e v can f o r m t h e i r e s t i m a t e s
of t h e C o l l e g e .
E a c h o f t h e c a n d i d a t e s has a g
I record in student
a c t i v i t i e s a n d ea, li w o u l d m a k e an a c c e p t a b l e dele
gate
It i - t h e d u t \ o f each m e m b e r o f t h e s t u d e n t
a s s o c i a t i o n to c o n s i d e r t h e s e l e c t i o n of this d e l e g a t e
w i t h care, a n d to v o l e s i n c e r e l y f o r t h e p e r s o n w h o
w o u l d m a k e t h e best r e p r e s e n t a t i v e ,,| M a t e c o l l e g e .
Unman
firing.
Vork:
By Christopher
Doubleday
Morley.
D o r a n & Co., Inc.
350 pp.
Xew
$2.50.
A f t e r various w o r k s dealing w i t h the follies, the absurdities a n d the endearing qualities of m a n k i n d , M r . M o r ley in this hook continues to w r i t e of h i t m a n beings in
g e n e r a l terms, for his hero is no more than a p a r t i c u l a r
w h o is a composite of a l l the strange anil c o n t r a d i c t o r y
qualities supposed to be the c o m m o n h e r i t a g e of ever)
one.
T h e hero's name is R i c h a r d Roe, " t h e fellow w h o
a l w a y s gets iust a l i t t l e the worst of il in the c o n t r a c t s
w a l l John l),,e."
l i e is ihe F o r g o t t e n M a n . the U n k n o w n C i t i z e n , a perfect example of that u r e a l uudisr o v e r a b l c person, the M a n in the S t r e e ' .
Hubbard, who
took it i n t o bis bead to w r i t e his b i o g r a p h y , saw h i m only
once a n i l then was scarcely a w a r e of h i m ; and il was n,,|
until he saw the u n o h s l r u s i v c death notice in the newspapers that he thought of t r a c k i n g d o w n his mini it iced
passage t h r o u g h life and disioverinu, his ,l,,rv. T h e biog r a p h e r ' s a i m was p, get at his subject's essential nature,
In find out about h i m f r o m reliable w Incssc- before tin v
should be i n l l u e n i u l by the lading and • e n l i i u i i i t a l i / i n g
effects ni tune " t o c a t c h , " as he says, 'a h u m a n being
in Ihe very act of being h u m a n , and L i M t it d o w n w i t h out chemical p r e s e r v a t i v e s , " T h i s is presumably the a i m
of a n \ bo ,k, whether ,,f In il,,n or biographv : hul M r .
M m lev lias been e x l r a o r d i n a r i h M I , , . - n i l in' p r e s e r v i n g
Ihe i l l u s i o n of the ai lual existence of h i - , h a r m lei-., and
H u b b a r d hastens I,' follow up ihe meager , h a - that
lead t o w a r d R i c h a r d Roe, e x a m i n i n g lliem c a r c i u l l v and
l o o k i n g r l o s e h at a l l i l u pel- - and inanimate o ' h i i r i In these strenuous nine- of national and i n t e r n a t i o n a l that played any part in Ihe shaping of R i c h a r d ' s per
crises and a f f a i r s , any progess in education is at the ••' n . i b l \
T h i s is a reverse pro, ess, w i t h a sorl of cinema
crossroads unless e v e n teacher does a l l w i t h i n bis power technique of Ik,-h hack-, sometimes y e n - w i l l l i k e those
to raise up a g e n e r a t i o n that w i l l appreciate the great news-reel features that c a r r y one hack q l i i c k b t h r o u g h
social significance of ptibh, education.
It is a p p r o p r i a t e Ihe years past I'L'll (,, 10(111, i g n o r i n g whole epochs w i t h a
to call a t t e n t i o n to H e n r y V a n Dyke's t r i b u t e to the u n - careless h a u t e u r ; sometimes in slow m o t i o n , in w h i c h
k n o w n teai her :
e v e n thought and l i t t l e movement is c a r e f u l l y traced and
identified.
T o T h e U n k n o w n Teacher
Ureal
M r . M o r l e y has been m o r e gentle and lender t h a n
" I sing the praise of the U n k n o w n Teacher,
generals w i n c a m p a i g n s , but it is the U n k n o w n Soldier i i - i i a l w i t h bis R i c h a r d and has made b u n l i v e ; he has
w h o wins the w a r . Famous educators plan new system
accomplished even more b\ m a k i n g his small i i u b e r o i i
of pedagogy, but it is the U n k n o w n Teacher w h o delivers (roubles c o m m a n d sympatii)
f r o m those w h o already
and guides the .young. H e lives in o b s c u r i t y and contends have enough of such and are generally read) only t o
F o r h i m no trumpets blare, no chariots appreciate tragedies on the grander scale,
A n d these
w i t h hardship.
w a i t , no g o l d e n decorations are decreed
l i e keeps the little s o r r o w s and joys have been made small a n d o r d i w a t c h along the b o r d e r s of darkness a n d makes the at- nary and w i t h i n everybody's range w i t h o u t bee
ig
tack on the trenches of ignorance and folly.
Patient m petty or sordid
his daily d u t y , he strives to conquer the evil powers
M r . M o r l e y has i,, ,, certain extent abandoned the
w h i c h are enemies of y o u t h , l i e awakens sleeping spirits. s a t i r i c a l vein of " S w i s s
Family
Manhattan,"
whose
H e quickens the indolent, encourages the eager, ami h u m o r , a l t h o u g h very f i i n n j for a time, began after a
steadies the unstable. H e i o m m u n i c a t c s his o w n j o y in w h i l e to seem r a t h e r t h i n and sir,lined.
l i e makes up
learning and shares w i t h hoys and g i r l s the best treas- for il now by s l \ s w n p a l h c l i i sketches of people in
ures of his m i n d . H e lights many i.mdles w h i c h m later walks of life w i t h w i n c h he is well acquainted
uoiahlv
years w i l l shine back to cheer b u n . T h i s is his r e w a r d " of members of ihe publishing business and R u b . , i d ' s
" K n o w l e d g e may he gamed f r o m h o n k s , hut love o j small office staff.
T h e a u t h o r also lets himself g o , w i t h
k n o w l e d g e is t r a n s m i t t e d only by personal contact,
N o d e l i g h t f u l results, on Ihe j o y s of maps and atlases and
one has deserved belter of the Republic than l b - U n - r a i l w a ) guides w h i c h w i t h o u t effort t r a n s p o r t the sedenk n o w n Teacher.
N o one is more w o r t h y to be enrolled tary reader to the ends of the e a r t h ; and he paints,
i n a d e m o c r a t i c A r i s t o c r a c y ' K i n g , of himself and servant w i l l ) a r r e s t i n g pictures, the beauty ol Ihe c i l ) he loses.
of m a n k i n d ' . "
Xew Y o r k Tunes.
I lib. I'.XKXi >\\ X T E U ' l I E K
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Today
I I :1H a. i n . S t u d e n t a s s e m b l y
u d i t o r i u m , I'age b a l k
3:3(1 p. i n . Leave f o r ( i . \ . \ .
veek-end at C a m p C h a t h a m .
• •Mill p. 111 F r e s h m a n q u i n t e t
-. C o b l e - k i l l H i g h at C o b l e - k i l l ,
Tomorrow
.111 p
m
till-
leave-
lor
S:tlll p. 111
llaskelhall game,
Slate v llarlwick
1,,liege at
( Ineonta
Sunday
N:l
\ l p h a 1 bib n i i c t ing c l u b r o o m - al l e w i - h 1 m i l
i n n I enter, \ \ n s h i n g t o i i A v e .
Monday
12 nil n o o n
Frem b club business m e e t i n g , r
2(1, K'n b a r d son hall.
Tuesday
KMIs p. 111. A l p h a I ' h i C a i n n i a
business m e e t i n g a n d i n i t i a t i o n .
I.
ge, R i c h a r d s o n h a l l .
K .ill p . 111. I . o u i s I n l e n i i e y c r
Wednesday
I 13 p. in
Kappa
meeting,
room
2,
ball
.•mi
p.
meeting,
bgelson.
in. I'i
home
of
I'hi K a p p a
Richardson
Gamma
Mrs.
Mu
Lester
Thursday
3:15 p.
Lounge,
T i l l p.
meeting,
ball.
7 3(1 p
ba t i n e ,
hall.
m. Student lacultv lea,
Richardson ball.
111. M e n o i a b d i s c u s s i o n
Lounge
Richardson
in. Mathematics club
room
2(1, R i c h a r d s o n
Once more the advanced d r a m a l i i s
i las- has sunk into the n i l of c a p a b l e
so w o r n in previous years. T h e plav
'lirected by T h c l m a S m i t h w a - n,,l a
slailling production.
Tcchnicallv
it
wa- well produced, hul il w a - i m l the
l.M'c thai i- received w i l b m i n i , e u - l o .
1
" i s ( (dwell gave the h r - l o i i l - i n n d ii'g m i n o r p e r f o r m a n c e ,,1 t i n w a r .
D e r m l e r p r e t a l i o n ,,1 i|,,. j t . , , - 1 . | M , U , ,|
;i
" .'thilitv i n sustain c h a r a i I, r and to
-\'e wish that l.iesel H i e i u e n / had
shown grealer enthusiasm
for her
I''"' 1 The
edy was I,,-I i „ her
coldness, Miss l l . e . u e n z ' s poise is ex
cedent, so excellent in 1,1, 1 i h a l -he
losl the "giishiuess' that her role re
quired.
As
for ||,e negro
||,e a u d i e n i e
'••'"iH'r tell the |;.,k of i h e i n l e r l o i n , r
' l l l l i 'he circle when ||,e -one a n d
' I ' i " " ' M a r l e d , h'.yen t h o u g h this p a n 1
Ilm
' was e x a g g e r a t e d , H i l l \ e l s , , n
suci ceded in being f u n m .
11,11
. ' " " o s and M a n , , , , I l e i i i e i u a i m
«i've the pep ,-md freshness i h a l was
ln>l
h the other a c t o r s .
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llll
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P but wonder what was of
such tremendous interest j n the " f a i n
garden".
< hlT Rail makes an i m p r e s s i v e l i g . l l l r " " Hie stage.
I n sonic 11islan.es
Ins c o - o r d i n a t i o n ,,l line a n d a c t i o n
was d r a m a t i c but his lendein v was to
be mechanical.
T h e a m b i t i o n of the props c n i n i n i l Ice evidently
exceeded
their
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, DECEMBER 2, 1932
TO HAVE
WALKER ATTENDS
JADIGK ANNOUNCES A.A.U.W.
CHRISTMAS PARTY Poetry Illustrates Philosophy of Life,
STATE TEACHERS
Miss Futterer Shows in Talk Tuesday BUSINESS MEETING
SPORTS SCHEDULE FRIDAY IN LOUNGE
T h e American association of UniIntra-Mural
Season
to
Open versity W o m e n will conduct a
Christmas party next Friday night,
W i t h Senior-Sophomore
in the Lounge of Richardson hall.
Contest January 5
Miss Martha Pritchard, head of the
B Y T H O M A S R Y A N , '34
library school, and a member of
Spoils Ktlitnr, S-IATK Cm.i.Ki'.K Xv.us
the hospitality committee for the asThe intra-nuiral basketball season
sociation, announced.
will open Thursday night, January S,
T h e program for the evening will
according to the schedule arranged
he
related to the origin of the cusby Al Jadick, '.15, manager.
'I he
senior class team will clash with the toms of Christmas, emphasizing the
international
character. Each persophomores in the first game, while
the juniors will oppose the freshmen son who attends is asked to bring a
gilt lor i (. In i: tin i:. b.'.x to be suit
in the second contest.
\ ' o varsity men are eligible to play to the Hooker T. Washington comin the intra-mural league. Jadick munity center, New York city, and
stated.
He added that each' class a hook, also to be donated" to a
manager must present a list of eligible library which will be started at the
players, and must he responsible for center.
his team during the season.
Managers of the class teams a r e :
senior, (it'orge llisert; junior, (icorge
Ketchum;
sophomores,
Kenneth
Johnston; freshmen, Paul Cheney.
The schedule will be as follows:
Thursday, Jan. 5, seniors vs. sophomores, juniors vs. freshmen; Tuesday, Jan. Ill, juniors vs. sophomores,
seniors vs. freshmen;
Wednesday,
Jan. IN, sophomores vs. freshmen,
juniors vs. seniors; Thursday
2. seniors vs. sophomores, juniors v?
freshmen; Wednesday. Feb. N, junior
vs. si phomores, se liors vs. freshmen
Wednesday, I'eh. 15, sophomores vhmen, seniors vs. jiniors; am
Wednesday. Feb. 22, play-off.
T h r e e poems illustrating" three
dilTcrent philosophies of life were
read by Miss A g n e s F u t t e r e r , assistant professor of English, at the
meeting of the Y o u n g W o m e n ' s
Christian association in the Lounge
of Richardson ball T u e s d a y afternoon.
Miss Futterer gave a short talk
before each reading about the life
of the poet and the conditions under
which the poem was written.
T h e pantheistic philosophy of life
was illustrated by W i l l i a m ' W o r d s worth's "Lines Composed a Few
Miles Above T i n t e r n A b b e y " ; Francis T b o m p s e n ' s " T h e I [omul of
H e a v e n " illustrated t h e Catholic
idea of a personal C o d ; and the
aesthetic philosophy was b r o u g h t
out in " T h e Blue F'lag in the H o g "
by E d n a St. Vincent Millay.
T h i s was the last Tuesday afternoon m e e t i n g of the Y. W . C. A,
before t h e Christmas holiday, Laura
Styn, '33, president, announced.
WILL HAVE
DRIVE
T h e Y o u n g Men's Christian association will conduct an additional
drive before Christmas vacation, to
finance its 1932-33 program, Stewart
Cay. '33, announced today.
J o h n Hills. '35, treasurer of the
association, will serve as chairman,
Gay added.
Adam A. Walker, professor of
economics, attended a business conference of the house of delegates of
the N e w York State T e a c h e r s ' a s sociation, conducted in the V a n
Curler hotel in Schenectady r e cently.
Howard W . Pillsbury, supcrintendant of schools in Schenectady,
was re-elected president of the association for t h e coming year. D r .
Frank Parker Day, president of
Union college, gave the address of
welcome, and David
Lawrence,
editor-in-chief of T h e United States
Daily, spoke at a dinner M o n d a y
night. A choir composed of Schenectady school children furnished
music, Professor W a l k e r reported.
CHAIRMAN NAMES
FRIDAY AS DATE
FOR CLASS DINNER
w ill i oiidnci its |
mil dinner-meeliug next Frida\ at | gjfjS
•al'eleria of I 1 n-.lt.hall, Margaret Is'urilic/. general chairman, annouiH ed today.
Raymond I larris, vii e president of
the eiass, will act as |..a-inia-nr. Mi^s
Kurilecz ad
Professor lolm M. Savlcs, principal
of the Milne High school and director
of practice teaching, will he the featured speaker. I lorothv King, feci
Fox, Stewart Cay, and llruce h'il
Miss Kurilecz has appointed the
following
coinmittees : decorations,
•'.velyn h'.smay ; speakers, l.oi-. liurgdorf; publicity, llertba Hull!: 1 1.
F.leanor W'ilkins; waitresses, Marion
fangney ; door, Ralph I larris; am
entertainment, Marjorie Morton.
ARE RECENT VISITORS
hay Khun, '32, Israel Kaplan, '30.
Ocorgc Will, c\-'33, were recent
week-end visitors al College House.
ITT Si MYERS TOUACCO C O .
THEY'RE MILDER
THEY TASTE BETTER
Bill please hear litis in mind. It is
what happens In'fura the tobacco goes
into this machine thai mutters most.
Hulling and packaging are important,
hut not marly as important as the
selection, blending anil treatment of
the lobucco,
That'flwhywe keep telling you about
the tobaccos used in Chesterfields,
They're fine, mild, and pure tobaccos,
We tell you about ageing and curing
the tobaccos...about blending and
cross.blending them . . . because they
are things that count.
Chesterfields are milder. They taste
belter. Prove it for yourself... Ju.-t
try a package.
Cheuurfialil liudio Vrogmm — livury night <>*•
'COIll Suiiiluy,Culuiiibia luiust-to-cimol Nelwurk.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, DECEMBER 2, 1932
Face 4
BANCROFT TO BE
JUNIOR CHAIRMAN
Y . 1 . - T . I X 1 PLAN
FOR RELIEF DRIVE
1934 W e e k - E n d I s F e b r u a r y 3-4;
T o Have Prom, Tea-Dance
and Class L u n c h e o n
Classes Will Compete in Giving
Donations for City Needy,
Chairman A n n o u n c e s
Roger Bancroft, '34, will be general chairman of the annual junior
week-end, to be conducted Friday
a n d Saturday, F e b r u a r y 3 and 4,
a c c o r d i n g to Maybelle Matthews,
class president.
Bancroft is vicepresident of the junior class. The
events of the week-end will include
junior prom on Friday night, and
junior luncheon, and tea dance on
Saturday.
T h e Y o u n g W o m e n ' s and Y o u n g
Men's Christian associations will
conduct a relief drive beginning
Monday
and
continuing
until
Christmas vacation, D o r o t h e a Gahagan, '35, chairman of the drive,
announced today. T h e purpose of
the drive is to aid some of the needy
families of Albany, in conjunction
with the Albany c o m m u n i t y chest
committee.
Miss Gahagan will be assisted by
a committee composed of two members of each class;Bcrtha Buhl and
William Collins, seniors; Marion
H o w a r d and Robert Robinson, juniors; Janet Norris and
Kenneth
Christian, sophomores; and Frances
Studebakcr and Vincent Donehue,
freshmen.
Students will be asked to give
money, old clothes, food and toys.
T h e s e will be collected in room X
in the lower corridor of Draper
hall, where a bulletin will be posted
to show the relative donations of
each class. At the end of the drive,
the class securing the
greatest
amount of relief material will be
announced. The faculty also will
be canvassed to aid in this relief
work, Miss Gahagan added.
As a supplement to these donations, the Y. \Y. C. A. will conduct
food sales in the lower corridor of
Dusted hall.
In connection with this drive, the
Y. VV. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. will
conduct a party on T u e s d a y night.
December 13. in the g y m n a s i u m of
llawlcy hall. Mary Clark, '35, is
chairman of the party. A fee consisting of canned goods will he required for admission.
The entertainment will consist of dancing,
games
and
refreshments,
Miss
Clark said.
Bancroft will be assisted by the
following committees, in the arr a n g e m e n t s for the dance: floor,
T h e o d o r e F c k c r t ; invitations, Jean
Craigmilc; decorations, Katherinc
H a u g , and William Nelson, coc h a i r m e n ; music, Charles Kissam;
entertainment,
Marion
Mleczek;
p r o g r a m s . Harriet Goodenow; refreshments, Hilda Bradley; chaperones, Alvina T r e n t l e m a n .
Hilda Bookheim will be general
chairman for the luncheon. She will
be assisted by the "following committee chairmen: faculty, Edith dt
Hollander;
programs,
T h e 1m a
Smith;
decorations,
Genevieve
S h o r e y ; and a r r a n g e m e n t s , Donald
Benedict.
Jane Mac Council will be chairman for the tea dance. T h e following committee chairmen have been
appointed to assist her: music,
Charles Robson; a r r a n g e m e n t s , Estelle Bienick; faculty, Helen Uoh e r t y ; and service, Alice Hoyland.
Marion H o w a r d , associate managing editor of the NEWS, will be
general publicity chairman for the
week-end, Bancroft announced.
CLUB WILL DANCE
AT KEMORE HOTEL
ON DECEMBER 16
The Edward Eldred Potter club
will conduct a supper dance in the
Rainbow room of tlie New Kenmore
hotel on Friday, December 16 at 10:00
o'clock, according to Bernard S. Kerbel, '33, general chairman for the
dance. This will inaugurate 'he addition of an annual supper dance to the
program of the club.
College Mouse and Kappa Delta
Rho fraternity arc each invited to
send one representative, Kerbel added.
Chaperones for the dance will he:
Dr. Harold W. Thompson, professor
of English, and Mrs. Thompson; Dr.
Donnal V. Smith, assistant professor
of history, and Mrs. Smith, Dr. Clarence A. Hidley, assistant professor of
history, and Mrs. Hidley; and Dr.
George M. York, head of the commerce department, and Mrs. York.
R o g e r Bancroft, 34, vice-president of his class, who will be
general chairman of the annual
junior week-end which will be
conducted February 3 and 4.
COLLEGE TO PICK
N.S.F.A. DELEGATE
IN 11:10 ASSEMBLY
;l fr
/•«.,/,- 1. column 5)
Miss Craigmilc is advertising manager of the N'tcws, ind treasurer of
the dirls' Athletic association.
She
is business manager for the presentation of " P a t i e n c e " by the Girls'
Athletic Association and T r o u b a dors in March. Miss Craigmilc is a
member of Phi Delta sorority.
Miss Matthews is president of the
junior class and served as class song
leader last year. She is co-director
of the operetta presentation. She is
a member of Chi Sigma Theta sorority.
Nelson was president of the class
last year, and vice-president in his
freshman year. He is a member of
the varsity basketball squad and is
council delegate of the Young Men's
Christian association. He is a member of Kappa Delta Rho.
Rand is vice-president of the student association and served as secretary last year. He is a member of the
debate council, and of the Edward
Eldred Potter club.
Robinson was College cheer-leader
last year and was vice-president of
his class. He will serve as business
manager for the "Patience" operetta.
He is a member of Kappa Delta Rho.
TO HAVE MEETING
Alpha fraternity will meet Sunday
night at 8:00 o'clock in the club
rooms at the Jewish community
center, Harold Natichson, '3h, secretary, announced today.
College Directory Reveah
"The Long and Short of It"
Christine H o c k e n b c r g e r , '34,
has the u n i q u e distinction again
this year of having the longest
name of a n y s t u d e n t in college,
according to a survey of the
1932—1933 S t u d e n t Directory, recently published.
T h i s is the
third y e a r t h a t Miss H o c k c r berger has received this designation.
T h e s h o r t e s t n a m e is that of
I.eon Roy, '34. T h e n u m b e r of
Smiths r e m a i n at ten, but there
is one less J o n e s at college, the
report revealed.
T h e r e is one
more Robinson and one more
Brown.
G.A.A. TO CONDUCT
CAMP WEEK-END
M e m b e r s to Leave T o d a y for Visit
to N e w Site at C h a t h a m ,
C h a i r m a n States
T h e first week-end c a m p i n g trip
of the Girls' Athletic association
for this year will begin this afternoon when a group of students
leave for the association camp near
Chatham, according to Mary Trela,
'33, G. A. A. president.
Harriet
Ten F.yck, '35 is general c h a i r m a n
for the week-end.
T h e campsite at C h a t h a m was.
purchased by G. A. A. last year and'
a log cabin was built during the'
s u m m e r so that the
association
members might have a camp of
their own to use for hikes and
All seniors who will be graduated week-end trips. T h e main feature of
the cabin is a large fieldstone firein )um' will fill out a p p o i n t m e n t
place in the main room of the buildblanks in room 12(1 of Milne High ing.
school next week, according to an
T h e students who plan to attend
SENIORS TO FILE
PLACEMENT SUPS
IN MILNE BUREAU
the office of the week-end include: Miss Trela,
NT. Sayles, princi- Stella A r t h u r and t'elia Bishop,
juniors; J a n e t Norris, Joan Harrow,
pal of Milne High school and secAnna Koren, Hilda Heines, Daisy
retary of the e m p l o y m e n t bureau. Ilryson,
Lois
Mclntyrc,
Kvelvit
Staehlc,
and Miss Ten F.yck, sophoT h e s e blanks will be utilized in
mores,
and
Virginia
Flora,
Kvclyn
securing interviews with principals
O'Brien,
and Jacqueline
K.vans,
desiring t e a c h e r s . I'rofessor Sayles
freshmen.
added.
T h e group will return Sunday
afternoon.
announcement
Professor
from
John
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Patronize the
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Twenty-six students will be inducted into membership in chemistry
W e clean and d y e all k i n d s of L a d i e s ' & M e n ' s W e a r i n g ApparelfJ
club next T h u r s d a y afternoon in
room 250 of I lusted hall, George llisert, '33, president, announced today
The candidates fur membership will
be divided into groups and each group
will present a stunt, llisert added.
A dinner in the cafeteria of I lusted
hall will he conducted following the
Phone 6-7613
Geo. D. Jeoney
initiation ceremonies.
The following committees have been
appointed: imitation, Mora Wurstbu,
'33, chairman, Augusta Vail, '33,
and I.e., I'laute, '34; dinner, Sylvia
SarofT, '34, chairman, Harriet Dunn,
• '33, and Philip Aurbach, '34,
New members w ill be : Eli/abeth ' .
I loyt, graduate student ; Maurice
198 Central A v e n u e — a t Robin
Steinburg, and Lawrence lleinenianu, [}
seniors; Aaron Jasper, (ius Asikis,
Sofia Zelnick, Anthonv Dorsino, Wilbur Fowler, Harold Gardner, Uayniond Moore, juniors; Eleanor De
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Nesterson, Florence Stain link, Helen
Zinuner, John Bills, Harrison Hall,
Alex Jadick, Martin l.udwig, George
Montgomery, Idwal Carry, and EveEYE GLASSES
lyn lloyt, sophomores; and Ethel
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81 Columbia Si.
Gibbs, '36.
Room II
Alhmiv, N_Y.
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ANNOUNCES EXHIBIT
Special Attention to Sorority Houses
A collection of hand-colored phot o g r a p h s of famous works of old
m a s t e r s will be on display in the
studio of the art d e p a r t m e n t front 9
until S o'clock today, Miss Eunice
646 M a d u o n Ave
P h o n e 6-183 7
A. Ferine, assistant instructor of
art, announced.
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Phone 8-0273
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