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merry Christmas
Vol. XVII. X". I 2 ~
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANV, N. Y.,
FRIDAY, DKCKMHKU 16,
STATE WILL PLAY 25 Per Cent Of State Men Would Serve
In Case Of War, Questionnaire Shows
ST. STEPHENS FIVE
One-fourth
college
Teams
Will
Meet
Tomorrow
Night on Page Court
at 8:15 o'Clock
volunteer
United
come
BY
THOMAS
Sports Editor,
The
try
varsity
t o ring
I'hesc
R Y A N , '34
NEKS
basketball
u p its t h i r d
survey
team
will
straight
vic-
t o r y of t h e s e a s o n w h e n it o p p o s e s
Stephens'
college
court tomorrow
at 8:15
start
'33,
manager
o n the
night.
Page
The game
o'clock,
Ralph
of t h e t e a m ,
St.
bly
preliminary
Line-ups
Hemic
lick,
of t h e
Grenny
corded
Andy
Livingston,
Dave
run
will
include:
Kroman
Purple
Page
a n d Gold
college
Yaffec,
for A l p h a
up the highest
Hartwiek
and
and
L o u Blumbcrg,
a brilliant
o n the
Froh-
club,
Harry
club.
passing
attack
score ever
hall
court,
taken
rethe
quintet
trimmed
01-21,
Saturday
night.
The
starting
line-up
of ( , r o v e r
llotaling
and
Roger
Bancroft,
forw a r d s , B e n B o l d t , c e n t e r , a n d Gil I )e
l . a u r a , c a p t a i n , a n d Cliff R a i l , g u a r d s ,
s t a r t e d off w i t h a r u s h , r u n n i n g u p
fifteen p o i n t s in t h e first q u a r t e r w h i l e
h o l d i n g H a r t w i e k t o o n e field b a s k e t
a n d t w o fold p o i n t s . T h e a t t a c k c e n tered around Bancroft, llotaling and
R a i l , w h o k e p t t h e ball u n d e r t h e
H a r t w i e k basket during the main part
of t h e first half.
last
if t h e
suddenly
in a s s e m Chris-
in c o n n e c t i o n
which
with
is b e i n g
t h e colleges
t h e student
made
of New
what
would
in
and
women
refuse
This
t o even
in a n y
tried
sixty-seven
support
questionnaire
was
from
s t a t e of N e w
in R o m e ,
October
a
28-30.
member
for
ized
the
Mr.
of the
Prevention
the
committee
the
con-
Grenfell
entire
of
from
would
part
live
refuse
t o take
in furthering
any
any
war.
were
into
the
lected
three
positions: r e -
last
Paul
Harris,
college
council
vention
ofW a r ,
STUDENTS TO SING
IN 11:10 ASSEMBLY
20,
was
eighth
annual
of t h e National
of America.
will
Orleans.
31
vice-president
t orepresent
at the
vention
out
questions.
'34,
association,
week
Federation
organ-
sent
Rand,
student
National
which
Student
28
compiled
student
f e r e n c e of d e l e g a t e s
York
Junior
Will
Attend
Conference, December
at N e w O r l e a n s
the
war.
an inter-collegiate
at
were
and
RAND, '34, TO BE
N.S.F.A. DELEGATE
Rand
Orleans
going
The
Headquarters
concon-
in New
December
will
Monday,
by way
se-
State
Student
b econducted
Louisiana,
inclusive.
New
hundred
l'hcir r e a s o n s for s u c h a s t a n d
divided
would
hundred
government
the
the
attitudes
arbitration
one
Directs Chorus
of a w a r .
men
active
of the
Women's
state to ascertain
One
be-
first,
war.
a result
Friday
Young
association
event
and
service
would
are
York
name.
would
in a foreign
throughout
llritz,
for Potter
N'acbimson,
Flashing
to
Rand,
Paul
Sanford
and
teams
main
active
Unless
of State
statistics
attempt
be
men
women
engaged
will
Harris,
Kerbcl, Al Hasch, M i k e
Thurston
Ilarry
t o the
for
hall
announced.
ofthe
eighteen
Stales
b ythe
t'on
an
P o t t e r c l u b will play A l p h a c l u b in
the
and
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues.
1932
28-
leave f o r
December
of Cincinnati.
fort h e convention
will be a t H o t e l
Roosevelt
in N e w
Orleans.
A formal lunch o n W e d n e s d a y
will o p e n t h e f o u r - d a y
convention.
Discussion
groups
have
been
t h e w a s t e i n v o l v e d in a w a r .
Many
planned t o include questions dealDr. T .Frederick H . Candlyn,
c o n t e n d e d that w a r is c a r r i e d o n
ug w.th s t u d e n t g o v e r n m e n t , a t h h e a d of t h e m u s i c
department,
for a selfish
reason
t h a t it p r o letics, h o n o r s y s t e m , w o m e n ' s colwho
will d i r e c t
the combined
h o l l o w i n g a c u s t o m of s e v e r a l \ e a r s
leges, state
schools, and
publicatects only the capitalistic class and
men's and
women's
chorus in
s t a n d i n g . S t a t e c o l l e g e s t u d e n t s will
tions.
T u l a n e u n i v e r s i t y will d e m not the people.
S o m e would refuse
their
rendition
of C h r i s t i n a
u n i t e in s i n g i n g C l i r s l m a s c a r o l s with
ii
;,--.•„,1,L
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systems
o n t h e g r o u n d t h a t w a r i - a n u n - t h e C o l l e g e c h o r u s t h i s m o r n i n g in the
along these hues.
Special speakers
i ruing.
Dr. T . Frederick II. i o ' c l o c k t h
c i v i l i z e d w a y o f k e e p i n g p e a c e a n d 11 :lll a s s e m b l y .
at t h e c o n v e n t i o n will i n c l u d e : D r .
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arbitration
i s t h e a d v a n c e d C a n d l v n , h e a d of t h e m u s i c d e p a r t - I " "
• Ill-Ill. Will d i r e c t t h e s i n g i n g .
T h e P 0 T T J 7 Q Ql UR MEN
lane university; Dr, Pierce Butler,
means
of stopping
war.
O n e
c a r o l s t o be g i v e n a r e " T h r e e K i n g s ' FKJ l l E n
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IUL11
of N ' c v y c u n i b
college;
Mrs.
dean
J^ILL HAVE
DANCE
w o m a n s t u d e n t s a i d t h a t b y t a k i n g ,,f , , , , « , „ , . , , . • • - | . ' . r s , N o e l " "Aeleslc
Flizabeth
M. Gilmer
(Dorothy
p a r t i n w a r . o n e w o u l d b e u n f a i r l-idchs,
Good
King
\\ encedaDixl. New O i l c a n ' s most
famous
figure in j o u r n a l i s t i c
circles;
and
t o t h e p a r e n t s of t h e s o l d i e r s a n d I ^ ' ' " <
- ^ »•
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Rabbi Biustock.
Tulane university
nurses.
T h e w a s t e f u l a s p e c t of w a r -Merry, ( . e n t l c n i c u .
w a s t h e r e a s o n w h v m o s t of t h e s e
^ « M ' c o a l n a t u r e , a g r o u p ..I
Representatives
ol t i n Kappa and
Newctnnb
college, a part of
s t u d e n t s w o u l d r e f u s e t o t a k e a n v H / 1 ' " ' 1 ' c a r o l s will h e p r e s e n t e d In . . . • h e l l , , K h o l r a t e r n . l v a m i t h e l o l - T u l a n e , w i l l a c t a s t h e h o s t s o f t h e
c o n v e n t i o n for t h e s e m e e t i n g s .
part in f u r t h e r , , , , anv war.
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H o u s e will b e g u e s t s o l t h e
igious
conviction,
conscience,
and
Dr.
Candlyn
t o Direct
French Carols t o
Feature Today
Chorus;
Be
AT HOTEL TONIGHT
Social events i d the
convention
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will i n c l u d e , a d a,n c e T h u r s d a y n i ,g h„t
that t h e , would h e willing t »en.."'"«- , r ^ f " < \ .
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annual
fall
supper
gage
in n o n - c o m b a t a n t
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which
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mean
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it o t h e r d a m e s , a s i g h t - s e e i n g
tour
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B r i n g t h e m e n ' s g r o u p h o u s e s is a n e w I n i t h e city
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and Saturday, and a formal dinner
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t h e r e m a i n i n g t m m i l e s of t h e s e c o n d
"establish cordial social r e l a t i o n s . " S a t u r d a y night, followed by a N e w
ll/ n
i
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Oss)
q u a r t e r , by Bud Kissain, and
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Brooks, forwards, T o m Garrett, cenh a i r n i a u o l ll
I he p u r p o s e
of t h e federation,
W.C.A.
TO SING
p a i nith. t h
n e r a l s i n g i n g , al lnl dc l S u e
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s . g ewill
imp;
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who proceeded
t o run t h e
it K a p p a D e l t a K h o , a n d f r a n k
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spirit o l
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. O . w i l l r e p r e s e n t I o l l e g . a m o n g t h e s t u d e n t s ,,f t h e v a r i o u s
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universities
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interests; t o develop a n intelligent
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ON SUNDAY NIGHT
Issue Before
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DRAMATICS CLASS
WILL GIVE PLAYS
^Enrollment Of Me In Dramatics Class
Is Increased This Year, Professor Says
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, DECEMBER 16, 1932
State College News
Established by the Class of 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for Teachers
THE NEWS STAFF
ALVINA
K.
LEWIS
Editor-in-Chief
Y. W C. A. House. IV) Ontario Street. 2-1187
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BERNARDS. KHBEL
_
Managing
F-d'lor
MAKY
,
JEAN
295 Elk Street
DOHERTY
Finance
Manager
Chi Sigma Theta, 678 Madison Avenue. 2-6126
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CIAWILZ
. . . . . . . . . . . . A d v e r t m n g Manager
Ph, D e l u . 20 South Allen Street, 2-98J6
MARION
H O W ARD
Associate
Managing
16'i Western Avenue, 3-6935
talk t o t h e i r n e i g h b o r s , w h o s h o w their e v i d e n t d i s i n terest in t h e p r o c e e d i n g s a r e m o r e than d i s c o u r t e o u s .
T h e r e is s o m e t h i n g f u n d a m e n t a l l y w r o n g , a n d w e a r e in
a q u e s t i o n i n g m o o d : w e w o u l d find o u t w h a t it is ?
T h e N E W S is s t a r t i n g in t h e n e x t issue a s e r i e s of
feature i n t e r v i e w s w i t h m e m b e r s of the f a c u l t y a n d of
the s t u d e n t b o d y in an e n d e a v o r t o clear up and e v a l u a t e
the p r e s e n t s i t u a t i o n s .
Nine Tons Of Music Written By Sousa
To Be Gift To University Of Illinois
U r b a n a Ill
f I P ) — The University
of Illinois h a s been c h o s e n t o r e c e i v e
the vast library of music w h i c h be
l o n g e d t o the late great b a n d m a s t e r
j
and composer, John P h i l i p S o u s a .
N i n e tons of musical c o m p o s i t i o n s H i s t o r : a t i ! i . s o m e v e a r s h e n c e , in a t t e m p t i n g to set e n o u g h to till 42 l a r g e t r u n k s — c o m f u n ( ! a m e n t ' a l f u n c t i o n , of m o d e r n e d u c a t i o n .
d o w n
t h e
pose the S o u s a library w h i c h has beei
j w j | | d o u b t l e s s be c o n f u s e d by the c o n f l i c t i n g m e t h o d s a n d ; h eeiqVuueeaatt hh ee 'dd " ttoo tt hhee" !I l l i n o i s b a n d s
p u r p o s e s of t h e present s y s t e m . But h o w e v e r great their
T h e r e is e n o u g h music in the col! p e r p l e x i t y a n d c o n s t e r n a t i o n in performing tlii- task, the j | e c t j , , n ( n ] a , t the a v e r a g e c o l l e g e band
i facility w i t h which thev ferret out o n e b a s i c e l e m e n t will
without ever r e p e a t i n g
> a
k
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j a c c u r a c y ( h , v w j „ ,„.„ i n „ , t b ( , r m a m , , c r i [ ) t , , ,, m , , d , r n
"IT TAUGHT COXFi iRMITY"
SPORT SHOTS
F.dito
icomposition.
T h e three
Illinois
| bands normally play about 300 c o m positions each year.
T h e n a m e o f S o u s a is d i s t i n c t i v e on
the U n i v e r s i t y of Illinois band roll,
for he w a s its o n l y h o n o r a r y c o n d u c tor.
Professor A. A . Harding has
bee n its a c t i v e d rector for j e a r s .
Professor
Harding
was a close
friend of S o u s a . a n d it is this friendship, it is said, whii li resulted in the
b e q u e s t of t h e b a n d m u s i c library t o
the u n i v e r s i t y .
e d u c a t i o n this > , n e inherent c h a r a c t e r i s t i c : It t a u g h t i • n
form.ty.
A n editorial in a recent i - - u e of the Da:!.. P r i n c c t o n i
d e c l a r e - that "as A m e r i c a i- a meltir.tt-poi b-r all i„. ,
t i o n a l i t i e s . so a u n i v e r s i t v '
- * i- o n e l - r t h e v a n . . u s !
"Sparkle" Bancroft and Grover
S E N I O R A S S O C I A T E E D I T O R S : H a r r i e t D u n n a n d R u t h types of u n d e r g r a d u a t e s w h o e r n e f r o m a - r v a t v a n e t v i H o t a l i n g d r o p p e d i n s h o t s f r o m a l l
Putnam.
J i NIOR A S S O C I A T E EIHTORS : A l m i r a
K u s s of l o c a l i t i e s and e n v i r o n m e n t s ,
It is l.v the p r o c e s s ,,'f a n g l e s S a t u r d a y n i g h t .
Hotaling
E l i z a b e t h S a l e s e , T h e l m a S m i t h , a n d K a t h r y n W i l k i n s . influencing this c o n g l o m e r a t e g r o u p t
nt rm to :, iien- [ s a n k a b a s k e t w h i l e u n d e r t h e b a c k DL.K
EDITORS: Ruth
Brooks, Valentine
R e u t o w i c h , erallv a c c e p t e d s t a n d a r d in such matter> a- d r e - . m a n - b e a r d ,
before
crash.ng
into the
Dan
V a n Leuvan, and Ruth W i l l i a m s ,
s o p h o m o r e s . tiers a n d t h e o t h e r o u t w a r d a m e n i t . e s oi h i e that m o r e
tables in t h e third quarter for o n e
REPORTERS:
Lu.sa
Igle-ia-.
Rose
Kantnr,
C a r o l y n easy a n d s a t i s f a c t o r y social c o m a , t and r c l a t i - n - h i p s .
° * t h e b e s t s h o t s of t h e g a m e ,
l
K r a m e r s , H i l d a S m i t h , a n d Edith T e p p e r ,
s e n i o r s ; both in c o l l e g e a n d a f t e r w a r d , a r e a c h i e v e d "
' " n ' - " ' d l l>bi) ed a s w e e t g a m e
l !
Celia Bishop. Diane Bochner, Hilda Bookheim, Beatrice
T o all of w h i c h w e h e a r t i l v a g r e e , b u t t h e e d i t . . r i a l i ••' - l l l ! < r
" M t - ; m ' K l " u r lu'1'1
Coe, Marion Mleczek, Rose Rosenheck, Bessie Stetkar
kitcontrolled the center tap.
i n t i n u e s : " c o n f o r m i t y , t h o u g h expedient in t h e p r a i f . c a l
T h e advanced dramatics i la-- should
m d wa> in t h e t i g h t all t h e t u n e .
a n d E l i z a b e t h Z u e n d , j u n i o r s ; F l o r e n c e F.llen, B e s s i e j r e l a t i o n s h i p s of life, should not reach the point w h e r e it
Hartwick
appeared
d e m o r a l i z e d ie g r a t i f i e d In t h e g e n u i n e e i i j " > i n e n t
H a r t m a n , Hilda Heines, Emily Hurlbut, O l g a Hyra. begins to moid
b y t h e f i r s t - q u a r t e r a t t a c k of t h e if the a u d i e n c e in the t w o p l a \ - g i v e n
Anna Koren, and Esther Rowland, sophomores.
SPORTS the i n d i v i d u a l . "
Even though laughter
first s t r i n g m e n w h o s e
p a s s w o r k Die-day night.
E D I T O R : T h o m a s R y a n , '34.
ASSISTANT FINANCE MANnatter.
Heni- the
h a d t h e v i s i t o r s o n t h e d e f e n s e : w a s at t i m e - t h e tiled inn u-.-d t o - h o w
AGER:
Katherine
Haug,
'34.
CIRCI'LATION
MANAGER:
:i..t
m
• runt' • r a n t e d that
most
of t h e period.
H a r t w i c k pleasure,
and at m ••! i t u f o r i u n a t e
J e a n W a t k i n s , '33. B U S I N E S S S T A F F : B e a t r i c e B u r n s . a t t i t u d e - a n d o iir. ptc h e c k e d p o o r l y t h r o u g h o u t t h e e n - 1 t i m e s , w e fell that the andien. e w a s
M i l d r e d Facer, E d i t h G a r r i s o n , F r a n c e s M a x w e l l . E l i z a h .-ed nevtrtl
t h a t it '1- i
tire g a m e .
S t a t e c h a n g e d f a s t f r o m s e r i o u s l y a p p r e c i a t i n g t h e w o r k ..f t h e
beth I'remer. A l m a Q u i m b y , Julia Kiel, a n d M a r g a r e t
then-f.
iteur criticism
d-fense
to offense,
a n d c a u g h t t w o d i r e c t o r s . M i - - i ..mii-11-. a n d M i - s
WaNworth. sophomores.
• mam ;
d !-•• m d i f f e r . - •
H a r t w i c k flat-footed for e a s y s h o t s .
Malar.
: peric-u,
gr.wth.
Arrawd
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Joe Kelly, former amateur boxer,
ta r w a \ a n d the s o a p e d nnrr-.r. 'DieP u b l i s h e d every F r i d a y in t h e c o l l e g e . w a r by
is c o a c h i n g a s q u a d in t h e g e n t l e a r t r u n - h o n o r e d Mat 1- h.-aiw w i t h \ . : i r - ,
E d i t o r i a l Board r e p r e s e n t i n g t h e - t u d e n t
A-sorjati
of m a n l y d e f e n s e d u r i n g t h e g y m m l althoiigli w e r e a l : / , t ' a t h o n .1 •• g
S u b - ' . r i p t i o i t s , $2.2? per year, - i n g l e r . , p i e - , t e n i e:
classes.
J o e p u t t h e g l o v e s o n l a s t tin a g e d 1- eoinnii-ndabli-. • mi . a n l.i
D e l i v e r e d a n y w h e r e in t i e I ' t n t e d -::.:<•Entered
w e e k to spar w . t h h i s p r o t e g e s a n d . oiiu- -nrieil.-.l w i t h tin r l u i t n - ..f the
s e c o n d i iass matter at post-.tin e. A l l . a n y , N V.
LAURA
STATE'3i
STYX
Staff
Director
Y. \V C. A. House, 219 Ontario Strc-t, 21187
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of the -tudent b o d ) , a n d b o a n - e of the burden of w r l
from e a c h c o u r s e , 1- presentc-d a- a suitable- a n d p l a u - i b l .
e x . use lor - u . i l l o u d u i t o n tin- part of t h e - t u d e n t - s « ;
c o n d i t i o n - u n l o r t u u a t e l y d o e x i s t , but there 1- n o re.i-on
w h y g e n e r a l rule- o i social b e h a v i o r 1 a n not be maintained 111 every action
T h e ob-i-rva:n e of lb.--, m i n o r
d e t a i l - will lead e v e n t u a l ! ) t o t h e i o n n a i : - 1, .,i -lOia'i. ,11.
in w h i c h - e n o i i - t h o u g h t a n d a. lion be. m e - •:, ira 1 .:.and a vital part of the d a j '- a- t i v i t i . 'I In lie l i l t ) o i M a t e . ..liege i , one o| ti .- In e-1
l e c t i v e group-- of per-oii- and per-onalni.-...|., '.. ,-,n)
student m a . be iorlilualc- e n o u g h t o 1 o n i e in ...-:',,. I w •
N e v e r t h e l e s s -indent m i n i m i in t h e c l a - - r . . o m a n d ; u
m e e t i n g m e m b e r s ol tin- fa. n i l ) . . u l - : d e - i t h e . !a--r... n
is iiniie. c-s-aril) rude
W h i s p e r i n g , w r i t i n g n o t e - . -Hid..
ing for a n o t h e r . . a i r - e . o u u n g i n t o t h e M a - - l a t e , a king
i | u e - l oils ior the p u r p o - e oi libbn-t.-r. g e n e r a l m a t t e i i i i o n
t o the matter at band, and i n d i c a t i o n .,i a d.--in- t o dash
f r o m the room m i m i - d i a t e h upon tin- ringing oi d i e . | u s
II, g bell, w h e t h e r the p r o f e s s o r be ill the middle of „
syllable or nol these are some oi the d e l .
m u l d be i m p r o v e d upon, and win. h would m a l e
better 1 ourtc-s) i.a.du. 1 :n-idi- the- • l a - - r
I ... n i l )
teiidam .- at . - ira , u r n , ular l u m I1..11- oi l i e tudeui
often ricpnred 111 the person .,| . h a p i - r o i n - and ". . 1
often a l s o : -, gm-sts o i a gr-aip ,,r o i g a m / a t i o i i . --1
attendaii, 1 o n t i e pat t o l tl
interest 11, indent a l f a i r but l i
It which
o i t . n accorded tin in will 00
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\ \ c w e r e -ittirig w i t h a oiing lad) in tin- li. •ule-.arci
the . - t i e r . l a y . . b a t t i n g c o m f o r t a b l ) about t i n - a n d that,
w h e n - u d d e n i y - h e t h r u - l a ., i g a r e t t e b e t w e e n .-ur l i n g e r s ,
m n t t e r n g tenseh
" C u r s c - s l Mere c o m e - | ) r
and--..'"
j U . - l o o k e d nt) a n d - a w a m e m b e r oi tin- e d u c a t i o n d e
' partmenl iai nil-, appr a . h n g W e w i : , - . n a t u r a l h . d i n n : mid, d. until w e learned that t h e hoiiorabl. D r . ' o h i e . ti 0 . t h e u - e ..I in, -on.- h) w.uiig ieinale- w h o a n pr..-; p», t i w lea, h e r - , a n d that, theref. r . . -air • •,;. and - auti -uI , - e d - d o their ' <--t to appear 111110 1-11I 1 a n y -11 b ,-'.:'
: w h e n -ai-i Mr i- ui the oiling, even ll-.-u-.jh t h e n b e a
j bi-aiitiiui blue wraith of -moke floating del ght.-d!-. al t
I th.-ir h e a d s .
W e u n d e r - t a n d that tin- o b j e c t i o n oi tin f.i. n l t \ m e m ber to g i r l - w h o - m o k e :- personal and not p r a - - '
j I'.rl.ap
i r believe- n unmoral.
W e 11111-1 a d m i t t h a t
somelimt-s t In- - n i o k e be. ..111.- . . . t h i c k
i n a ) b e h e - right
that • in j u - t - a n t e. -Iraigbl
< Ir p. rbap- h e o h J r . t!• -i-e i,g girl- - m o k e in pubiili thai be the . a - e . we
• u g g e - i that the <• liege supply a s m o k i n g r o o m , a n d
t h e r e b ' . • onfine the evil l o ..ur o w n p n - m i - e Perhaps
we oi S l a t e c o l l e g e should undertake- a m o v e m e n t i--r
il .- l-'iuatn ipatioii of W'oini 11 'I , a, In r- - r |,.r the
I- luiniiation o i N a r r o w
l'r..ie-sor-.
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11 said
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essential q u a l m
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l i m b e r i n g up her body f,,r 1-11
-1 enes n - i p i i r i n g a. limi, i r fin
sion, a n d i,„of t h e h i g h p.
tn m a k e a vci
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marvelous ta!,
pri-s.i.iii and
learned the u
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st.-ph.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, DECEMBER 16, 1932
MEN WILL ATTEND
ANNUAL MEETING
To Attend Convention
STATE TROUNCES
HARTWICK QUINTET
Representatives
to
Participate
in Syracuse Conference
D e c e m b e r 28-30
Bancroft
and
Iiotaling
Make
Highest Scores in Game
Last Friday
Five male m e m b e r s of llic faculty
and twelve students and alumni
will attend tbe fnrty-einlilh annual
meeting of Hie Associated Academic Principals of the State of
New York to be conducted at Syra
cuse on Wednesday, Thursday and
December 2X\ _">. and M).
T h e fatuity I u m b e r s who expect
to attend a r c : |)r
A. U. Kruhacher. president; 1'rofcssor John
M. Sayle.s, principal ol \
school and director of U cht
training;
Dr.
Kohert
h'redei
principal of M ilne Junior I litfli i
school: Dr. Milton C. Nelson, professor of education; and Dr. Clar- j
once Male, head of the physics de-I
partnient.
(( onlinued from fane I. column II
prim ipal
mvciilioti
-pi aker-
will
hr
Dr.
at
give a co-ed the coat off your
back ?
Three Kast African leopards
didn't particularly want to, either,
Hut they put a coal on the back
of Claudia Mills, Ohio State university co-ed.
It all happened when Miss Hills
saw native spearmen of British
bast .Africa, near Uganda, light
and finally slay the animals. She
bought the pelts from the tribesmen.
I'pon returning to New York
after traveling from Capetown to
Cairo, Mi-s Mills left the hides to
be made into a coal which she has
just received.
Besides the leopards, Miss Hills
brought back two lions' heads and
-kins, a native drum made of zebra
skins, and an elephant's leg, now
converted into a waste basket.
Her father
is professor of
geology at Yassar college.
exhibition on defense throughout the
entire game, constantly broke up the
spasmodic attack of the visitors and
worked the hall down under the Hartwick basket.
I lartwick made a brief rally in the
fourth quarter when Halt, playing
right forward for the visitors sank
three field baskets, and Sollders, left
guard, dropped ill two free throws.
Willi the Teacher- leading by forty
point-, the reserves were substituted
for the starling quintet. Jerry Butler
and (ieorge Bancroft, forward-, Kay
Harris, center, and h'.d De Temple
and Caul Bulger, guard- added -even
point- before giving way to the second
string which finished the game.
Roger Ban. roil, who sank - I N held
goal- and one foul -hot to aei mint for
thirteen point-, was closclv followed in
serine,
honor|,\
Iiotaling,
who
.ped in M S held goals
reliniinary
in
the
main
the Kappa I lella Kilo quintet
two held goal- in the , losing
in miles of pla\ to eke nut a i lose virion
over the I nlleue I loii-e team.
Bill J o n , , and Wally I ' a m
led their
I
I
,.|' the l ' n i \ e r
sily of the Stale ni \'i u N or!<: I M
A\ ei -. Skiiiiu r, din ilm "I the di\ i
.,-.II of esani nati m- and in-pec- 1
tioii-; and I ir l , e . . | - e M \\ 11« -. . "
assistant
, „ i - i . . n e r ...
I 1
KAPPA PHI KAPPA
INDUCTS FIFTEEN
Co-ed Gets Coat From Backs
Of African Jungle Animals
Columbus — (IP) — Would you
Dr. A. R. Brubacher Gives Three
Essentials for Dynamic
Teaching Character
T h e three elements of a good
teacher are dynamic personality,
culture, and technique, declared Dr.
A. R. Brubacher at the dinner
meeting of the Kappa I'hi Kappa,
national honorary educational fraternity, conducted Tuesday night at
the Cniversity club. Every teacher
should have a philosophy, not only
a philosophy of life, but also a
social philosophy, Dr. Brubacher
added.
NEWS NOTES
The second issue of the Stale college I.ion, humor magazine, will he
distributed I ucsday in room X in the
lower i orridor of Draper hall, accord• pei In e teams w uh
six points ing to Bulb Bowl. '.U, editor in-chief.
liece.
I lie eanic was the first of a
'I he feature oi tins i-siic u ill be a
short s|..r\ in the style of College
'I he box -erne for the game i - :
I UK
i I..
I |.
i f Humor, Mi-s Boyd added.
.', of
i,
ii
1J
I Inly student- who h a w paid their
I
1
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student las will be given copies of (he
I ,o,i, Kli/al.cth Zuciid, '.vl, business
!
WKLCOMKS
PLEDGE
(.annua chapter ol Kappa Delta
k'bo fraternity
welcome- I lilTord
LIFE
STATISTICS
I \ s | \ ) I ii, I'hi Bi l,i Kappa
in,in i an e\pi i I I.. l:v. I v... yi arImig. r than llie major letl. riiian, a.
.online I" stati-li. • based on the life
ni .iS.J'i'i eraduale- . .1 ea-P rn u.lI '
ll.i.lw.l,
I !
NOTED LECTURERS
DRIVE COMMITTEE
TO GIVE SPEECHES
WILL DISTRIBUTE
JANUARY 6 AND 13
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Blanks Must Be Filed
In Appointment Bureau
K'. ei - I r a n . i i in llie I ollege appointh.re the i hri-tnias \ a , ation, according lo an annoiini einent from the office
ol b.bu M. s i n k - , prin, ipal ol Milne
I. and -e. relary of the apH i g h s, |
pointment bureau
Blank- ma\ he -e, nr.nl ill room 120
of Milue H i g h - , b o o l . and must be
banded ill. w i t h - i \ agem \ pii Hires,
b.n.re Wednesdav.
i rap-er, Catherine box
be,,,,,,., sop,
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The department ,,( hue arts invites pledge membership.
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' ' " " ,,,; ...innn.t'e,. ani'ouncVd t„dav. Men, all -i the students „, see the colored
' - • • - ' 'IK- .an.ll, a- well a-'students pu lures an plaster re,el casts which
MEETING
have iniitributed clothes and money ; "'H '" " " 'xluliil lot tm ay only,
Mr
Ward i
1<»:0(I o clock until -It.ill tins
-piic Voiing Women s Christian asl w n | „ , s o ,,f ,,-nined foods were c.,1 Mr
- di
sembly on J a i
le.te.l al the Y. W. C, A. Christmas afleruooii, in the line art- studio on j ^,, t . j;t ,;,,,, w i | | ,ondu. I a business meelNew
rei I. ir ol l e a d
, , , i , , ,,,,,1.1, i, .,1 Moinln niebi iii the the second Moor ol Draper hall, these . . . . . .
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f Mavia. a..,l expensive •"« I uesday ai.ernoo,,, January .0, ; l ,
nge of Kichk in 11
iging to the art ileparlII,•nl. which a n
Bun hall. A program for the sec, , , , . , , | , n | , . ,,, l ; , , . k n e l l univer-ilN
at
'c|o,k.
,pe. ial occasions.
All
students are
Mr M....r i.
,
, Kbo.b.
Il-V "'J
die-led will be u s e d , , , need to view this exhibit, Miss I ' ,1 semester will be discussed and
, m | I,,
,, , , , , , , , | throiieh l'">
d l„r the I luislma- baskets,
lined, I .aura Stvn, '.i.i, president,
sl|„,|..,
in-ti u. tin in line arts, I'
N
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"hl" X'""r
in-uraiii e i oinpauy.
( (titer speakers of the meeting
were Professor iobn M. Savles,
principal of Milne High school,' Dr.
A r t h u r K. Beik, professor of education; William Collins, 'M, president of the organization; Raymond
Harris,
'33, vice-president,
and
Roger Bancroft. '34, for the new
members.
John (irosvenor,
'i3,
was toastmasler for the occasion.
At thi- meeting, fifteen memberselect were initiated into Kappa I'hi
Kappa. These new members are:
Dr. Kniory Trait, principal of the
Albany High school, an honorary
member;
( unwell
Iliggm-, '29,
graduate member; b'.dward Coyne,
I .aurence I leineiiianii and Stewart
( ,a\ . seniors; and Roger Bancroft,
William Nelson, \utoiiv Dor-inn,
Philip Kuei.ardi, Robert Robinson,
I.e.. I'laute, (irenfell N. Ra I, Robert Meyer-, ( b a r b - B,,b-on and
Raymond Moore, junior-.
I liber members of the State college fa. ultv who attended the dinner are: Dr Milton ( ,. Nelson, professor of education; I )r. Donnal V.
Smith, assi-lant profes-or of history, and Dr, Karl II. South, assistant
professor
of
education.
Harold ,'. b'rench. '17, principal of
M.naiid- High - C o , , , , and Robert
Shillinglaw. '2'K prim ipal of the
( a i l . ton High -, ho.,I, were also
present
The Sophomore in White and
Black File; White and Black
File with Silver Trim; all over
Silver Kid; Black Velvet Satin
trim; genuine Doeskin in Pink,
Blue, Orchid, Green. A clever
Treon creation.
Well-paid
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CLASSICAL GROUPS
TOGIYE'ELEGTRA'
Club
to
Present
Translation
of Drama by Euripides
in P a g e Hall
T h e classical club will present
Gilbert M u r r a y ' s English translation of " E l e c t r a " by Euripides on
T h u r s d a y , F e b r u a r y 16, in the auditorium of P a g e hall, Annunciata
Costa, '33, president, announced t o day. Alvina Trentleman, '34, will
direct the play. Ruth W r i g h t , '34,
is in charge of music, and Beatrice
B u r n s , '35, will direct the chorus of
dancers. T h e r e will be no a d m i s sion charge. All State college stud e n t s are invited, Miss Costa said.
T h e cast includes the following
m e m b e r s of t h e club:
Electra, Ida Weincr, '34; O r e s t e s ,
Amalia PesUo, '33; Pylades, Doris
Bullard, '34; Clytemnestra, Rosalind Kapps. '33; peasant, Jessie
E a t o n , '34; old man, Gazella H u m mer, '35; leader of chorus, Evelyn
Wells, '34; armed attendant for
O r e s t e s , Elizabeth Salcse, '34; attendants for Clytemnestra, Marian
Welch, '34, and Grace I'ritchard,
'35; Castor, Marie Benedict, '34;
and Pollux, Margaret Hof, '36.
T h e dancing chorus will include:
Isabel Lawrence and Clarice T a y lor, seniors; Frances Estes, '34;
Carol Beidekapp, Beatrice B u r n s ,
Zenobia Carrara, Katherine C r a p scr, Margaret McCann, Dorothy
Kuehn, Helena Sheelan, and D o r o thy
Dawson,
sophomores,
and
Frances Lewandrowski, '36.
SEER'S ATTEMPT
TO TRACE YOUTH
PROVES FRUITLESS
l.os Angeles—(IP)—A Providence
(R. I.) fortune teller's tip that a boy
stolen from his mother thirteen years
ago would lie found at the University
of Southern California here was investigated by police last week with
no successful results."
Mrs. Clarence Smith of Taunton,
Mass., the mother, wrote authorities
here that she was told by the mystic
that her son, Russell E. Smith, kidnaped from the yard of his home by
a man and a woman when he was 4,
"resides in a community in the bar
West and is a student at the University of Southern California."
The revelation said further, Mrs.
Smith wrote, that the youth is no
longer held by the persons who kidnaped him, but has since been adopted
by another family.
Police went to the- university upon
receiving the "tip" and surveyed the
ranks of the student body.
The initial search brought no success, but it was planned to go into
the matter more thoroughly,
Students and faculty members at
the university have been making merry
over the idea, some suggesting that
if the youth is found here, somebody
had better question the
"fortune
teller" about bis part in tin- kidnaping,
Wvm Hall
|;
102 So. Lake A v e .
\
T h e Edward Eldred Potter club
will present a prize of ten dollars
in gold to the man whom the students vote has done the most for
State college. This award is the
first of its kind in the history of
award-making at State college.
The presentation of the award will
be placed on the program for Moving-up Day, beginning this year,
and continuing annually from then
on.
"The purpose in presenting this
award," members of the club said,
"is not to make an effort to repay
the work which is undertaken to
gain the distinction, but merely to
give some additional recognition to
that man who has been the least
unselfish in sacrifice of time and
effort in furthering the good of
State college."
L a t e n t creative ability on the
part of the men students of t h e
College will now have an adequate outlet in the construction
of several pieces of furniture for
the Lounge of Richardson hall.
Miss Grace Martin, i n s t r u c t o r
in art in Milne High school, has
designed plans for a book case
and magazine rack, to be used
in the Lounge. H a r l a n W , R a y mond, assistant professor of industrial art, will supervise the
construction of the pieces in t h e
manual training shop of the
H i g h school.
All men students of the College who have had experience in
this line of work, and who wish
to participate in their spare time,
a r e asked to notify
Kenneth
J o h n s t o n , '35, a m e m b e r of the
Lounge committee.
The selection of the man who
has done the most for State will
be based on the choice published
in the Pedagogue. The award will
be made by Dr. A. R. Brubacber.
48 MEN TO PLAY
ON CLASS TEAMS
IN COURT LEAGUE
Forty-eight men have signed up for
inter-mural basketball, Al Jadick, '33,
manager of inter-class sports, announced this week.
The following men have signed up,
John Karin, Bernie Kerbel, Sanford
Livingston, Ormond Guyer, Bill Reagan, Al Kronk, John Detlefson, Vince
Meleski, Bill Collins, and Halley
Smith, seniors; Bob Meyers, Bill
Nelson, Art Templeton, Tom Ryan,
Phil Ricciardi. Bob Robinson, Wilbur
Fowler, Don Eddy, Don Benedict,
Frank Petronis, and Ted Eckcrt,
juniors; Wally Parry, John Bills,
Harold Nachimson, Bill Jones, Arlton
Bush, Ken Drake, Dan Van Leuvan,
Al Jadick, Harry Hall, Lou Blumberg, and Carlton Coulter, sophomores; and Frank Byron, George
Decker, Glenn
L'ugerer,
Dominic
Scerra, Gordon Van Slykc, Carl Carlson. Joseph Ouelletle, Bill Shaben,
Dick Margison, Aaron Allan, Prank
llardmeycr, Cecil Walker. Joe Rings,
Bill Swith, and Angelo Zannieri,
freshmen.
The first games of the season will
be played on Friday, January 6, in
Page gymnasium.
Junior
Will
Attend
Student
Conference, December 28
at N e w Orleans
(Continued from pane 1, column 5)
Gilford Pinchot and William Green.
ft also a r r a n g e s for t)ie travel of
American s t u d e n t s abroad and of
foreign students in the
United
States.
It will bring a g r o u p of
South African students besides two
student g r o u p s from the N e t h e r lands to the United States d u r i n g
this year. N. S. E. A. also maintains a p e r m a n e n t information bureau which compiles statistical data
on extra-curricular activities and
distributes the results of its investigations to m e m b e r s of the
federation so that they may consider and help solve student p r o b lems.
Each week news releases
suitable for publication are sent out
to members.
Elizabeth Gordon, '33, m e m b e r of
Myskania, senior h o n o r a r y society,
was the delegate from State college
to the seventh annual convention
last year at Toledo, Ohio.
Delegates last year resolved in favor
of world d i s a r m a m e n t ami a r b i t r a tion to secure p e r m a n e n t peace, declared the federation in favor of
the entry of the United S t a t e s into
the World court and the League of
Nations.
T h e y approved s t u d e n t
self-government a m p h e h o n o r system, although they found that it
was impractical to expect s t u d e n t s
to report offenders.
T h e y also
voted that student councils should
have control over student
finances
and have a voice in athletic policy.
The student council has prepared a
paper of instructions for Rand to take
to the convention. The following are
the subjects which the delegate has
been asked to propose for discussion:
1. What aids and suggestions are
available for students who are working their way through college?
1. Work of student council.
3. What relations should exist between a student council and senior
honorary society?
4. How can assembl programs be
made interesting and varied eadi
week ?
5. Relations between students and
members of the faculty,
6. Social standing.
7. Student-alumni relations.
Lack Of Leadership In Party Politics
Is Recent Criticism Of Newton Baker
New Haven, Conn.—( I P ) Indicating the present system of party government in this country, Newton I).
Baker, speaking at Yale university
last week, asserted that "there is no
leadership in this country. Both pol
itical parlies have lost their coherence.
Under our present system oi government there is no location oi responsibility We cannot go on with these
continual wars between president and
congress."
Baker proposed a parliamentary system "f government with less power
for the president but with the responsibility for the nation's leadership
resting upon a Congress composed ol
the nation's leaders.
The former war secretary under
Wilson also pleaded for a greater understanding on the part oi America
toward great international problems
of the word, lie declared American
d e m o c r a t linked imagination to un
dcrstaud ' sympathetically "the other
fellow's" problem.
"American dcniocrao is ever clianc
ing," he said. "It is different today
from the time oi Jefferson.
< )ur
democracy lacks competence to reach
out across the seas ami understand
and sympathize with intirnatioii.il
problems."
lie dei lared that "on the whole, , on
grcssmcu arc not the choice men in
the country. They are not represen
tative oi our demiu rac\."
Patronize the
AMERICAN CLEANERS & DYERS
W e clean anil il ye all k i n d s of Ladies'
Freshmen
Will
Seek
Victory
at Mechanicville after 20 15
Defeat L a s t W e e k
B Y T H O M A S R Y A N , '34
Sports Editor, NEWS
1934 WILL SELECT
RINGS FOR CLASS,
CHAIRMAN STATES
The freshman basketball team will
meet the Mechanicville High school
quintet
at
Mechanicville
tonight.
Paul Cheney, '36, manager of the
frosh, announced that the following
men will make the t r i p : Paul Bulger,
George Bancroft, Ed Collins, Ed De
Temple, Carl Di Gioa, Don Huddleston, Len Welter, and Aaron Allan.
The freshmen bowed to Cobleskill
High last Friday night, 20-15. Unable to solve the zone defense of
Cobleskill until the home team had
run up nine points, during the first
quarter, the freshmen
were four
points behind at half-time, and never
caught up with the winners.
De Temple, Bancroft, and Bulger
kept the freshmen in the running with
their shooting and close checking.
Bancroft and De Temple were high
scorers with live points apiece.
R'oger Bancroft, '34, varsity forward, is coach for the freshman squad.
The junior ring committee is interviewing companies in consideration of
this year's ring which will be selected
at a class meeting in January, according to Kathryn Wilkins, '34, chairman of the committee.
Samples have been received from
L. (i. Balfour company, Loren-Murchison company, Metal Arts company, and the Glcasim-Wallace company of Albany. Various ideas for
the shank of the ring are being considered.
The members of the ring committee
Dr. Harry W. Hastings, chairman
are: Jean Craigmile, Mary Moore,
and William Nelson, juniors, and of the English department, and Dr.
Doris Howe, sophomore representa- Harold \V. Thompson, professor of
English, will attend the annual meettive.
ing of the Modern Language association which will be conducted at Yale
university, New Haven, Connecticut,
from Wednesday, December -'8, to
Prickly, December 311.
This is a national organization in
Senior activity records for the 1933
Pedagogue must he given to a member which all the modern languages are
The associaof the literary staff or left in the stu- given representation.
dent mailbox in the lower corridor oi tion publishes a quarterly magazine
which
includes
the
scholarly
works in
Draper hall today for Roger Hancroft,
Celia
llishop, or
Eleanor these fields.
Dr. Hastings will also attend the
W'aterbury. junior members of the
literary staff, according to India meeting of the American association
of University Professors which will be
Newton, '33, editor-in-chief.
The activity record should contain conducted al New I laven al the same
the senior's name, nick-name, sorority
or fraternity affiliations, and record of
WELCOMES MEMBER
College activities.
Deadline lor copy is today, Miss
Alpha
kin i welcomes
Catherine
Newton added.
lamison, '34, into full membership.
TWO PROFESSORS
PLAN TO ATTEND
YALE CONFERENCE
1933 Activities Record
Dead Line Is Announced
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TO PLAY TONIGHT
Students To Build Furniture
For Use In College Lounge
Library School Group
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Mrs, J. V Ik-porte will speak on
"Russian Literature" al a meet nu of
the Library school dub on Monday
night, h u m a n '), at 7 30 o'< loi k, in
the Lounge of Kiebanboii hall, Edna
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on this subjei t at the Jewish ( om
niunih (enter last winter.
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