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.TATE ( O I . I . K C E FOR
Vol.. XVII. N'». 17
MONTCLAIR GAME
TO BE TONIGHT
Men Will Have Use Of New
Annex For Lunch and Study
S t a l e college men may now enj o y t h e use o f a r o o m f o r m e n
o n l y w h e r e t h e y m a y eat a n d
study.
The r o o m
is l o c a t e d I
near the annex to the College i
c a f e t e r i a o i l the l o w e r f l o o r of
I lusted hall.
I t was o b t a i n e d
t h r o u g h a p e t i t i o n of the student
c o u n c i l sent t o | ) r . A . K. H r u b a c h . r. C o l l i ge p r e s i d e n t .
I he
r o o m w i l l be f u r n i s h e d w h e n the
e q u i p m e n t f o r t h e n e w l i b r a r y is
purchased.
Varsity
Defeats
Cooper-Union
39-20; Will Play at 8:15
on Page Court
llV
Willi
T l W M ys
"in'
Jersey
Stale
In
credit,
ii,
quintet
R v A N . '.1-1
victory
over
T e a c h e r s ' <>f
u-.ll
the
he a s t r o n g
string
of
llancrofi,
center,
w l i e u il
K:I5
o'clock.
Hud
Kis.-atu
forwards
and
and
game
lililgcr
The
stride
I.
in
he
iiakcr
ha-
lioldt.
Temple,
Car
I'.en
and
rcga ued
a
its
and d o w n l ooper
last
briday
were
the
scoring
I nioit
3 1 ' Jll,
Manrroil. liill
spri e.
fnnrleeii p a n t -
on
Institute
oi
I'agc
curt.
Harris
night,
pb ,h-'i -
i lill
factor-
Kan. r o l l
Kail.
Roger
ill
Mate's
i oiilributcd
to lead h - leainiuales
-mart
offensive game t h r o u g h o u t
entire
contest.
the
I he Cooper L ' i i f - n ipiiutel gave the
l l a k c r u i c n plenty ol i r o i i h l e d u r i n g
( l i t Mrs! three q u a r t e r - ol the game.
The short -nappy p u - - e - w i t h whii h
the varsity detealed l l a i u i l t o n and
St. .Stephen.-., were loo often inter
cepled by the vi.sitors.
M a l e started off strong in the h i s t
quarter
M a i n - , on a -enter hloek
play i l r i h h h d in to -ink a ha-kel in
the' lii -t n m u i l e ot pl;i\ to c u e M a l e
I'.aucroil
coiitrihuted
a
the h a d
Held and l u « | , a i l b a - k , l - and M a l e
seemed to l.e on it- yyay to an ea->
•, i, t o r \ .
l o. .per I nioii had t r o u b l e
solving the v a r s i t y ' , u t p k i y - . ..nd
hud
Kissam
and
I'.ancrolt
broke
through repeatedly
lor easy -hots,
Kissam, who played a fast, peppy
ponein to d n h h l e in for i w
-hot-,
I,lit laded to cage the ball and went
,c,.reless
on
tne m g h l .
Han. r o i l
caged the hall f r o m all part- of the
I ,„,|ici
I ,i
t e n it.n \ to run up
lyyclye i
I- . I n l i n e tin In I hah and
g i w M a l e a Jll I ,i lead .'I hall nine.
In ilu- t h u d q u a r t , r tin M a l e
at
la. I, l.oer.cd d o w n , and tin
M-it,,rleadlo.ked the
e i l l Jlk
Slauio
v U/, at . . nlei l o r the visitors was
Ilu- p o o l man in t h e i r a l i a , k, s l u i n g
eiglil point
and I, a,line the passing
alia.!,,
I he ' l e a , her- mad. a -udden
s p u n , and K a i l and He I aura -aged
| U o baskets to c u e M a l e a lead yyllilb
u held I b r o i i g l i o i i l the remainder ol
ilu- game K a l l i e d In I h l l Kail w h o
taged nan b a - k e l - to pay, l b , way
lor the,,- yi. P.i y. Hie H.ik, linen out
, hissed III, y i - i n a - in ll
al period
|.,.,l by H a n i - and K a i l , lb, I'urple
and t „ , | , | . -in lit l o l l . ! up l l i i i l , , n
,
,1 in III, t i n . I l l . i l , l, and held It: l , I.., - k i t I.
qiollellts to
, the \ u l o r ;
for
the
drive
:,,
alumni
secure
resident',
S,
IIU-sIl I
I I,, siibje, I a h . m l u l i i . b I ' l o l e sol \ o i k w i l l t a l k a n d u p o n yylu, I
Hi, d i s c u s s i o n w i l l be based ,- " l b
I l l - t o n ol lb. Ilibb "
l-.vrrs s i n , b u t . w l u t h e i a n o l o
her ol Y \ \
<
\ o i n,,l. i- in
vili-ii l o a t t e n d
these
discu.-siiu
meetings.
Travel
hibits
talks
will
and
interesting
lie p r e s e n t e d
this
ex-
after-
n o o n at .1:00 o ' c l o c k i n t h e
Lounge
of
Alumni
Richardson
hall
by
the
association.
following
alumni
will
give
assistant
professor
Catherine
of
Latin;
I'eltz, i n s t r u c t o r
sisiaul
professor
Lester
K g g l c - t o n . i n s t r u c t o r in his
I'M,!
dax,
will
IT
\pril
of
begin
and
HI
on
Monday.
c m , hide
John
on
Mon
hellef-oii,
the c l a - s , w i l l
h,
gen
Minnie
Miss
lory ,
Mrs.
iinrly
assistant
l-'.unii e
lish; and Miss
\
- p , , i.al
assembly
program
on
son,
I I , S c o t l a n d , as
of
supervisor
biology;
Mcsscnt,
instructor
Lli/.abeth
in
I).
Mis
for
Lug
Antler
in c o m m e r c e in
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Wecklv Issues.
1933
Samuel Dorrance Is Honored'
In Promotion Of Civic Welfare
S a m u e l S. D o r r a n c e , '32, g r a d u a t e s t u d e n t , has r e c e i v e d h o n o r a b l e m e n t i o n in t h e f i r s t a n n u a l
v o t e t o i d e n t i f y t h e m a n in the
C a p i t o l d i s t r i c t u n d e r 35 years o f
age,
w h o has c o n t r i b u t e d
the
m o s t d u r i n g t h e past year to
p r o m o t e civic welfare. This ball o t i n g was under the sponsorship
of the C h a m b e r o f C o m m e r c e .
D o r r a n c e has t a k e n a c t i v e p a r t
in b o t h the C o l l e g e a n d C e n t r a l
Y o u n g M e n ' s C h r i s t i a n associations.
H e has h a d c h a r g e of the
y o u n g e r h o y s d i v i s i o n of
the
I l i - Y c l u b , a n d also is a leader of
the
Roosevelt
club.
He
was
e d i t o r - i n - c h i e f o f the L e h o last
year, a m i a m e m b e r of M y s k a n i a ,
senior h o n o r a r y society.
Lug
,,f
March
Miss
in
lish;
th
14 PAY TAX SINCE
REPORT IN NEWS
Assembly Vote Makes Amount
Payable in Installments;
644 Is Last Total
that
organized
student activities cannot
It
is
obvious
be c o n t i n -
u e d n e x t y e a r , iff s t u d e n t s
continue
to f a i l in t h e p a y m e n t o f t h e i r
dent
tax,"
sistant
professor
treasurer
tion,
Clarence
of
declared
the
A.
of
Hidley,
history,
student
today.
stuasand
associa-
The
major
activities, of State college, d e p e n d ent
upon
the
student
b u d g e t , are a l r e a d y
awaiting
the
association
at a
further
stand-still
payment
ot
s l t l t l i nt t a x e s .
DRAMATICS CLASS
Since
the
last
XKVVS
of
two
w e e k s a g o , f o u r t e e n s t u d e n t s haveWILL GIVE PLAYS
p a i d the t a x in f u l l m a k i n g a t o t a l
have paid a c c o r d i n g to
ON TUESDAY NIGHTofthe o ialm eyyho
n d m e n t yvhich w a s passed
I he advanced
present
two
dramatics
one act
plays
class
will
Tuesday,
in a s s e m b l y F r i d a y , s t a t i n g t h a t t h e
" F i n a n c e h o a r d he e m p o w e r e d t o
collect
t a x e s o n the
installment
plan."
bhe r e l a t i o n ,,l t h e i n l i r i n ary benefit to this p a y m e n t of s t u dent
tax was considered at
the
finance board m e e t i n g .
Ilu- board
passed a m i l l i o n t o a l l o w a b e n e f i t
out of t h e i n f i r m a r y f u n d of s-3 p e r
person lo those students w h o make
part
payment
on their
tax
and
p l e d g e l o p a y the r e m a i n d e r .
The
maximum amount which
students
yyho h a v e p a i d t h e i r f u l l l a x c a n r e ceive f r o m t h e i n f i r m a r y ' f u n d is
ssja, w i t h no m o r e t h a n ,S15 o n o n e
hill.
F e b r u a r y JS, tit 8:15 o'clock in the
H i g h school.
Mrs.
C l i f f o r d W o o , b i r d w i l l b a v t a u d i t o r i u m of I'age hall, under the
c h a r g e o f the e x h i b i t s w h i c h w i b d i r e c t i o n ,,l C a r o l y n K r a m e r s and
Milne
High
s c h o o l , w i l l he the i l l u s t r a t e t h e t r a v e l t a l k s a n d I.,
Kertram M c X a r y , juniors.
n i s h a s u p i i l e i n e u t to the l e c t u r e s
peal i-r yy i l l i l i a u g u r a l e the c a m
Miss K r a m e r s ' play is a takt-olT
I l e i i s i l s u.setl b y the A m e r i c a n I n
p a i g n . 1.1 Mi i - w i l l be - c u t to m e m
of
- m a l l t o w n lite.
The cast in
than, c u r i o s f r o m Japan and t i n
h e r s ,,t t h , lass t e l l i n g t h e m of t i n | b a r L a s t , a n d < O r i e n t a l c o - t u i u , - eludes: L u c i l l e l i i r s c h , '35, a- M r s .
A
b
e
l
;
D
o
r
i
s
H
o
w
e
,
'35,
as I n e z ;
. - n l e l i e e hall p r o j e c t and explain j „ h u . | , w l | | |H. w , , r l l | ) y s i m l l . ( l l t | „
L a u r a Y r o n i a u , '34, M r s . T r o t ; M a r y
ig the p a r t each g r a t l u a t i n g class L - c i u r e s , yyill be u t i l i z e d in c r e a l
Moore.
'3-1, G r a n d m a ;
Margaret
ty be m a d e m g t h e " ( r a v e l m o o d . "
S t r o n g , 'M,
M r s . F l l s w o r t h ; John
I n d e n t s ' t i c k e t s w i l l be tWelltV
Hills, WS, L z r a W i l l i a m s ; and Ken
a l i v e o r l e u year p, r i n t l , D e t l e f s o i l live ci l i t - , a n d m a y be o b t a i n e d a
iielh C h r i s t i a n , '35, as Pete.
the L o u n g e t h i s a f t e r n o o n .
bin
explain,,!
C o m m i t t e e s to assist Miss K r a u t
M e n d , , i-s of the c l a - s have been p r o g r a m t o d a y w i l l be p r c s e n t c ,
F i n a n c e b o a r d at t h i s
meeting
ers
a r e : sets, A l v i n a T r e n t l e n i a n , '3-1;
diy i d , d i n t o e i g h t t e a m s w i t h cap
p r i m a r i l y lot students.
also a c c e p t e d t h e o f f e r o f .student
Miss
Yruinan;
house,
tainin c h a r g e a n d ,
petili.n
A s e c o n d series o j l e c t u r e s a m properties,
c o u n c i l to aid in m a n a g i n g t h e c o l llelen Danahy, '34; makeup, M a r
w i l l he
I n , ted a
tig t i n t e a m s e x h i b i t i o n - w i l l be o t t e r e d t u m o r
l e c t i o n ,,f p a r t p a y m e n t t a x e s .
i elk- Ceble. ' 3 4 ; and advertising, M a y
to s e c u r ,
t h e u r e a l , -1 a i n o u u l o l row a f t e r n o o n in t h e L o u n g e f r m
Students
holding
,duces
who
belle M a t t h e w s , '34.
pledges ior the f u n d , '''he captains J.no u n t i l 4:00 o'clock.
have not p a i d t h e s t u d e n t t a x w i l l
'bhe cast of M c N a r y ' s play, deal be a s k e d l o w i t h d r a w o r r e s i g n by
i, r t h e d r i v e a r e :
N a o m i A l l , r e , hi
Mrb r e d , r i c k i , He B e e r s , A l
ing w i t h the affairs of a young poet the f i r s ! o f M a r c h .
\\ ill:.on
Collin-.
t f t , ba
b o x . h a n y society leadi r, w i l l g i v e a r,
whose first volume of verses has just
K a l p h H a n i - . M a n e l u i l d . N K i n : , s i i u i e o n R u s s i a , a p p e a r i n g m na
A l t h o u g h s o m e acliy ities h a v e a l I . yyi- i x a l b h , ii M i l l i s , a n d I aura tiy c c o s t u m e .
She w i l l be a s s i s t e d been published, in, b i d e - : l l e l e n M a ready n u t w i t h a c u r t a i l m e n t o f acat the s a m o v a r by her t w o d a u g h - bar, '34, a- the s a l e s g i r l ; W i l f r e d A l t i v i t i e s because of lack o f m o n e y i n
ters, M i s s ( i i a c e M a r t i n , , i n s t r u c t o r lard, \V^, the young poet ; Ida W c i i i c r , - I n d e n t b u d g e t , the cut f o r e v e r y
the m a n a g e r ; Lois ( (dwell, 'S\ a c t i v i t y w i l l be m u c h g r e a t e r u n l e s s
in a r t m M d u e H i g h s c h o o l , w i l l '34,
haye an e x h i b i t of I n d i a n life col the nice old lady ; Robert Robinson, o y e r t w o h u n d r e d a n d f i f t y s t u d e n t s
'34,
the ll,,,,. w a l k e r ; Vincent D o n pay t i n s t u d e n t t a x .
I he b u d g e t
:
aline, '3d, the delivery boy ; and Clif- was p l a n n e d o r i g i n a l l y t o b e n e f i t
I f o n l y o n e - h a l l of
I.aura S t y n . '.id, ha- received a l
M iss C h a r l o t t e I . o e h , p r o f e s s o r o i ford K a i l , 'S?<, as the gentleman from IJiKI s t u d e n t s .
the s t u d e n t b o d y s u p p o r t s t h e s t u p o s i t i o n t o l e a c h c o m m e r c i a l s u b - F r e n c h ; M i - s l-'.unice F e r i n e , assist- N e w Y o r k .
Committees for this play a r e . sets, dent
association, then o n l y
one, , , ! - ,,l W a l d e n H i g h school, W a l
ant p n ,1'cssor o f l i n e a r t s ; M iss M a den,
a c c o r d i n g t o P r o f e s s o r J o h n r i o i i C h e s c b r o u g h , assislaut
profes l l e l e n D o h e r t y , '34 ; advertising, Dor h a l l of the a c t i v i t i e s c a n be carried
.
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.
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if
Olid
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d
ents
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t
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,
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3
4
;
properties,
Miss
M
S a y l . s , s e c r e t a r y of the p l a c e - - o r o
L a t i n ; Dr. b'reilenck ( a n d
bouse,
Donald
b'.ddy, ' 3 4 ; yy I n c h yyill i n , an p a y m e n t b y J5o
in,-lit b u r e a u a n d p r i n c i p a l ,.f M i i n | l y u ,
instructor
in
music;
Miss Cchic;
| | i K h school
| b . l i a b e t h C a r e y , ol the S l a t e cduca , lean up, M iss M a t t h e w - . ami make
'e s t u d e n t s , t h e r e w i l l h a v e to
l.etilia (
elly, 34,
Miss
sun
I , p r e s i d e n t of i l , , . l i o n d e p a r t m, u l , a n d M i - H t l e n up,
be a g r a d u a l decrease in t h e a l b u Y . u i u u \ \ o m e n ' s C h r i s t i a n a s s o c i a - V a n \ k e i i , of A m - l e r d a i n . w i l l par
rn, ni ot ,-acb s t u d e n t a c t i v i t y .
l i o n , - l a i l d i r e c t o r of t h . M a l e C o l - t i c t p a t e iii t i n - p r o g r a m
Mi-s Can
I I i , , - , - s t u d e n t s m i l . r i n g .second
I,-,., Ncyy . a n d a n i e i u h o r o l M y s - j A k n i w i l l a p p e a r m Japan,•-,- cos
-, i n , - t , r a n d p a y i n g b a l l l a x w i l l
r, • f i v e h a l l of the b e n e f i t s d e r i v e d
L u n a , -e
i honorary so, ietv,
She l l l l i l e .
f r o m lb. - i n d e n t lax a - t i n i n l i r n i
i
a l - , a i i i e m b e r of A l p h a
Tin
I ' m c e i d s f r o m these tyy,, p r c - c n
a n fund, and t i n - semester's N't-.ws,
,,,,,,
national
c o - e d u c a t i o n a l t a l i o i i - w i l l be a d d e d t,, t h , funtbioiiruahs
a l e r n i l y a n d ,.i l l e t a oi t lie A l
ni a s s o c i a t i o n for t h ,
A t e a m c o m p o s e d of i n , tubers ol
/ c l a s,,rolily.
J ' in l e n t y e a r .
llie , la-s ol I WO w i l l meet a team
f r o m l o l g a l e u n i v i r - i t y ,u a d e b a l ,
on S a ' u r d a y ,
M a r c h J5, in
Hi
L o u n g e ,,1 R i c h a r d s o n h a l l , a c c o r d
ing t,, M r . D o n a l d l i r v a n t , n i - i r u . t
,„- in L u g l i s h a n d coach of the dt
bale
I ' d a i k i r i a r - , the d r a m a t i c
organ
I he t o p i , for the debate I-: " K e
|
hi, ted al M a l e n,liege, begin c u l l , o l l l - e .
M i l d , I I I - yy ho earn , ol
I t h e S t a l e colli g, a l u m n i
s o l v e d that in the present s l a t , ol i/a
in,,,. \ ] , , 1 , b o . In t h , M a i , department h u e , i , .hi in t i n - yyay may t r a n - i e r
a--,,, u t i o i i , w i l l present
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h i . a l l . . I I , in ,
i c l i o i i yyilh lb
i-racj " M e m b e r s I , " a H i r e , act play by P h i l i p H a n
period ..I emergen, y.
I he , o n d i l i i ,11- p u t , r r e d l o ,1
-on,
1,-uipol.lM Keliel
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the
team a r e :
Ralph
A l l n i a n ,,s i i - set o l i d ,,,i< r i n g n.r i he y , ar,
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therefore,
be ,,|
Hon
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e w i l l be open I
,.n S a t u r d a y , A p r i l 1, in t h e a u d i Frank I lardmeyer, Vimciit
Don,
I h e l l -. I
I g i a d u a l e - .a | | „ i a p i l ;
t o r i u m ol T a g , b a l l , a , , o r , l . n g
lo
and ( , c a g e
Ucker,
alternate
R, g i - l i a l
,,i I l u - college w i l l be bu,
,h I I i, I w i t h r o o d I , ' " " I , ex. 111.Iui
I'.eyerly \
I Man
I, '311, the d i
, on,|,i, ted f r o m J to 0 o'clock, be
I,,,,, n ,
iron ,oiler,
yyheie a p p h , ;
r, , t o r for the p l a y .
U r i n a t i v e - i d , - ol the q u e s t i o n , M i
nun,ng
W e d n e s d a y , and
Saturday,
I In , ,1-1 l o r the play i n c l u d i I d y.nit a d d e d
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" T h e r e will p r o b a b l y he p u z z l e d r e a d e r - , , |
'Danger
intervals t h r o u g h o u t the season,
II: t n e I'I.I.I N i . u , " i w h e l l u r :i i- in ii'Miiinil i h e I r u m "lis i , . r i i e r " j u - l a , i h e r e w . u - a g r e a t m a i n
puzzled
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playgi.ei-s, a n d for llieii j o i n t b c u e h l I will l a k e i b i s
w h e n I h e i i , d i v e w a r -hall h a v e he. n b n . u g l i l In a i lose
o p p o r t u n i t y ,,i e x p l a i n i n g i h a l a l l d i a l h a p p e n s l i e l w e e u
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I n g u e a n d t h e K p i l n g n e in Ibis n o v e l is n e i t h e r a n a. l u a l
'1 o d a y
h a l e ii !
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the
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il h a s b e e n d e , ided In let t h e
organization
in i h a r g e ol -Ubieties a n d t h e a l h l e l n
pnIn > s e r v e a-, t h e s p o k e s m a n for all llie f o m n n i n i i a t i m i s
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f r o m p a r t i c i p a n t s in t h e
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Is a
-ulliilelil
b'n h . l l d s o i ,
I be. k
-'•
Would
i ollege athletics.
The NEWS regrets that the remarks and comments I N'AME
y o u use i h e l i b i a r v mi
i be, k
| j VlvS
!|
M l
b.,11
medal
bonk.,
among
Ihe following:
"Hitty,
ware
Her
First
chel
F i e l d ; " M i e n of t h e S e a , by . V -
iliur
Sunday
aflernooiis
I I Yl.S
| | M l
Hundred
Bowie
Silverlands"
Sears,"
I hrisnian;
by
I high
by
"Tales
Charles
" I h e \ o y a g e s of D o c t o r
Lolling
Rafrom
Finger;
Dooliltle,"
and " S m o k y "
by
James.
" 1 h e f u t u r e is y o u r s a n d il is u p
to y o u In s e c t h a t free a n d v o l u n t a r y r e a d i n g is g i v e n a f a i r c h a n c e ,
cspeciallv
in
the
high
schools,"
Mr. Melclier c o n c l u d e d .
I he assembly
lecture was under
lb,
a u s p i c e s of i h e l i b r a r y
school.
L a s t v e a r a gift w a s left i n t h e lii , r a r e ' s c h o o l w h i c h will e n a b l e t h e m
lo b r i n g a n o t e d s p e a k e r b e f o r e t h e
s l i u b u l body a n n u a l l y
This donavan l e r l u i T .
It w a s n a m e d in h o n I >r. J a m e s
Sullivan,
assistant
or
.a
i s . i i n n r i if e d u c a l i , in in N e w
i .ii. s|.,ie.
Ileeplv
interested
in
h..ok-, Mr S u l l i v a n ' f u r t h e r e d
van
• lis a d v a n c e m e n t s in I b i s f i e l d .
11,
•slabh-hed Ihe library schools.
G.A A. To Have Bowling
At Center On Tuesday
l b i\\ l i n g f, ,r W'I u i i e i i w ill b e c o n d u c t ' d al i h e I e w i s b
community
i i n t t r, b e g i n n i n g
Tuesday,
as a
p a n oI t h e s p o r t s p r o g r a m of t h e
l bids'
\thletii
association,
accordnig to M a r v
I ' r e l a , '.bi. p r e s i d e n t
"i I ,. \ A .
I h e r e will b e a c h a r g e
of Iil'!ci il c, n t s p i T p e r s o n f o r e a c h
•.
K a t h r y n H a u g . '.id, w i l l b e
sp.ui
captain
for b o w l i n g .
Miss
I I a n - w a s c a p t a i n for t h e s p o r t lasl
vi ,'ir.
STATES! STAGE
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in b i i s n i , - .. v o i c e , a n d a,
W In I h e r l l i e p i a v | , i ,
'•'!<'llie
al
a \\
\ . d e l s ineeliiig,
p, r b a l l
Mr.
various
Newberry
. II, ' l i v e
lasl
in,pies-,,,,
roh
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g
Monday
lo.l
opening llie hbrarj on Sunday allei noons
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Thursday
Do
sponsored
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lends
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abrupt
close,
,
MiH.m.ilii
s h o u l d hav
r, nl In , lasl l i n e - w e , a.
Tuesday
THE COMMENTSTATER
behind
it
was
honor.
spoke
,,
i 1 -m l ,
a tea
school
To. mi row
'
fallen
there
which
\h
i d -.11 1 all
B.I ke 1, ill 1
M'onll km.
has
enough
formalized.
the afternoon
Calendar
,li i , . . I l a i n
reading
Sadly
has
Mr. Melcher's
\ \ iil
Sanford
L i v i n g s t o n , m a n a g e r of
t h e v a r s i t y t e n n i s t e a m f e e l s t h a t in
this y e a r s squad he has an ouiht
w h i c h will m a k e t h e s t u d e n t s proud
of t h e i r t e a m .
T e n n i s h a s steadily
g r o w n a s a s p o r t in S t a t e t h r o u g h o u t t h e p a s t y e a r s , a n d m o s t of t h e
credit
is d u e t o L i v i n g s t o n
and
Carl
Tarbox,
w h o have
devoted
their energies to m a k i n g the team a
credit to the college.
Livingston
has a r r a n g e d a tough schedule, and
a l t h o u g h t h e t e a m is h a r d p r e s s e d
for
funds,
the players
have
the
spirit a n d initiative t o m a k e Ihe
season a success.
school
Library
by
SPORT SHOTS
of
height.
improvement;
become
In
by
the
towards
In
trick
its
High
in t h i s
Melclier,
assembly
hall
the
when
in t h e s t u d e n t
I'age
reached
magic
Medal,
attitude
the
of
can ob-
that
it, s t a t e d
original
spile
is t h e m a g i c
I t is t h r o u g h
that
anything
wants
magic
inventions
Russ,
Wilkins.
Rowland, sophomores.
"The
all
"The
Congratulations
and commendation
a r e d u e to ilu
m e m n e r s oi t n e C l a s s i c a l cltiu ol tlic C o l l e g e t o r t h e i r
i n t e r e s t a n d e n t h u s i a s m in p l a n n i n g a n d p r e s e n t i n g .
t r a n s l a t i o n o l l i u n p c d e s play, " c l e c t r a , last 1nursciay
n i g n t in t h e P a g e nail a u d i t o r i u m .
Departmental cmos
n a v e l./ug n e e u a s o l u t e o i c r i t i c i s m , n.itli d e s t r u c t i v e
a n d c o n s t r u c t i v e , t o r liicir a c t i v i t y
l o r then" e v i d e n t
tutility, a n d lor general
apathy
towards
intellectual,
e d u c a t i o n a l , a l t a i r s ol i n t e r e s t t o t n e m e m b e r s o l t n e
c u m , in c o m p a r i s o n w i t h a v e r y e v i d e n t l e a n i n g t o w a r d s
t n e social possibilities ol sued a clim o r g a n i z a t i o n .
Manager
HOWARD
Associate
Managing
16" Western Avenue, J-69J5
FEBRUARY 24, 1933
n
I 11, l i r a
Friday
S m i p III
I c a v e for d
\
w e e k e n d al ( a m p J o h n s t o n ,
A.
i gill
liallv
I.ll.'.
1 in.
W'i
riua
. d ,i
ai - ..1
'
dibo,
beiails,
llll,
ask,,
llol
h i I s II id
s o u r al 111
• ., h a p b a z a i d , s l o p ,1 I d l e , 1 b u l
1 -II, . essllll , , „ugh.
W h e n Miss
Ion,
l l l o l e p.
Ul I h e s t a g e ,
I,, w i l l I,
, . " i n nn ing.
1
I " r. l i e - b i n , , H , , V 111 w h i c h B i l l
. o m e s h i s n i i o liis p a r l s a n d m a k e s
II- i i i u r i u i i r a n a p p r o v a l , . | h i s n,,i
u i a l n e s s is a n a t t r i b u t e w h i c h
he
should prize.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS'
HAMILTON DEBATE
TO BE THURSDAY
Dolan
and Christian to Defend
State College at 8:30
:n Page Auditorium
T h e Slate college varsity debate
teams will meet
representatives
from
four
colleges
dining
the
spring season, M a n i a ( iold, \M,
president of the di had
council,
said today.
T h e men's varsity Iran, will de
hate Hamilton college Tlmr-da;
night. March 1. at H:.W o'clock in
the I'age hall auditorium
Jam.Dolan, '3-1, and Kenneth ( liri-tian
'35, will uphold the negative side
of the question "Resolved: Thai
world peace is iiupossihlc under an
economic capitalistic s i s l e m . "
I)r
Harold W. T h o m p s o n , prof, ,-,.r of
I'.uglish, is coaching the deba,cr,-.
It ha- not hern decided a- yet
whether the decision for the ucbaic
will he hy indue- or l>> the audience.
tt
FEBRUARY 24, 1933
PageJ
KAPPA PHI KAPPA
Too Good Natured", Says Dr. David S. Muzzey In Defense
Of His Questioned List Gf Most Famous Contemporaries DISCUSSION GROUP
New Y o r k — ( I P ) A St. Louis
newspaper reporter, trying to think
up a smart new story for his paper
went to Dr. David S. Muzzey, pr
fessor of American history at Co
luinhia university and one of tin
country's best known historians
and asked for a list of living Am, r
icans who would he proiuiu, nt ii
histories written fifty years Iron
now,
Dr. Muzzey sal down and ii
twenty minutes wrote out this list
Woodrow Wilson, William L
I'.orah. Charles k'vau- Hughes, Oliver Wendell Holmes. Louis D
lirandcis. Herbert Hoover, MornSlnppard.
Henry Cabot
Lodge
i.eorge W Nonas, Andrew Mellon
William leiiuiugs Hrvau, Newton
1). I'.aker.' Ccncral Leonard Wood
Klihu
Root, Alfred
I"., Smith,
j Charles C. Dawes, C d . !•'.. M the country. T h e n folk began to
House, T h o m a s A. I'.dison, Robert ask Dr. Muzzey:
A. Millikan. A. A. Miehaclson,
" W h e r e is Jane A d d a m s ; where
Charles
St, i u u i e l / ,
Orville
and
Wilbur W r i g h t . Dr. Irving Lang is Calvin Coolidge?"
niiiir. Samuel
Compcrs.
Charles
Dr. Muzzey then made an admisMavo, Charles W. Kliot, Nicholas sion: "It is not a good list.
It
VI. Butler, lohn Dc\vev, Charles A. was written in a hurry.
It was
Lindbergh, l a m e s |. I [ill. k'.ugem late. I was tired. I left out CalO'Neill, k'.dith W h a r t o n , lohn D. vin Coolidge i\u purpose. I should
Kockeieiier. M\, H e n r y I'ord, .1. I' have included Jane Addams."
Morgan. Audi, w Carnegie, Julius
II, went o n : "It would be a
Koseiiwald,
Simon
(iuggcnheiin, rash historian, indeed, who would
John J. Pershing. T i n k e r II. Uli.ss,! venture to predict who will be
Dean Koscoe I'..mid. William Kan deemed important fifty years from
dnlph Hearst, Adolpb S. ( ichs, Dr. now."
helix Adler, Dr. Henry K.inerson
" T h e n why did you a t t e m p t to
l-'iisdii k, Professor
franklin
(iid- make such a prediction?" he was
ding-. K.ugcue \ ' . Debs.
asked.
I he St. Louis paper gave the
" T h e reporter wanted a story,I
story lo the press services and the and I guess I was just too g o o d '
li-l was carried in p a p e r s all o v e r ! natured," he said.
TO MEET TUESDAY
Kappa Phi Kappa will conduct a
regular business meeting and discussion g r o u p in the Lounge .
Richardson hall Tuesday at 7:JO
o'clock. T h e discussion will be led
by Robert Robinson and Grenfell
Rand, juniors. T h e topic to be di;
cussed is "Does education p a y ? "
On Tuesday, March 14, Dr. Alexander Flick, State Historian, will
address the fraternity on "History
and
Education
in
New
York
State."
On Tuesday, March 28, Dr.
W a r d , head of the Teachers' Cer
tification d e p a r t m e n t will address
the fraternity
on administrative
problems and teacher training.
The women's d, hate t. am c . i
p o v d of Mi-- Cold and Mai-ai ;
Raii-ch. '.i.l, will in,, : the u
.,,,'team
from
S\ ra, u -i
m m , r-it >
Thurs.ko
night.
March
7
This
will p r o b a b l y
he a radio , | e h a l ,
fl-oiil
WHY
Hideat
S, hence
ta.lv.
The M a l e colieee le.nn will
uphold
the
nee.aliv,
-ide
nl
the
ipicstioii " R e - o h e d
'I hat m a n i, i|
women
teacherwhose liu-bai i d are e m p l o y e d - h o u l d he im limbic
as tea, her- in the h m h - c h o o l - of
\ , \ v York -late."
Cecelia
\-n'.;;. and
l>..rolh\
Oriliin. ' a l , w i l l debal,
Muldlcbiii,
colleue, at
M iddlebun
\ermont.
and Keeile N o r m a l - hool at K e e l , , .
X e w H a m p s h i r e , o n t i n w ek, m l
o f b'rnlav
and S a l u r d n i ,
\pril
:
and 8
lhc\
w i l l uphold tin ai
l i r n i a t h e -ide of l l i e - u h i e e t "h'e
s o l v e d : T h a t d e m o c r a , v a- a lorn |
of g o v e r n m e n t lia- p r o v e d a l'a'i
lire."
T h e i n e m h , r- of the del. ile c u m
cil will attend a < oiifer.-m e ,,i d,
h a t i n g - o c i e l i e - of , ' o l l r e e - o|l \ e \
^ ' . . r l . - t a l e w h i c h w i l l he . , . , , , I n . '
, d at S\ ra, u-e m i i vi-r-.it \ , on
In
da>
and
Saturday.
\pril
_'H am
_").
T h e p u r p o - , ,,f t h e . ,,nfer, in ,
is to f o - l . r i n f o r m a l dehates am
open f o r u m d i - c u - - i . , n r a t h e r Ih n
the f o r m a l dehat.
I'll
mber
of the council win, h w i l l rc|irc-cn
Stale colhu. a r c
\l i
C o l d , am
Miss
K a n - e l l . - e i l i o r - ; and
Mis
( i r i f l i n , I T a n , e- l l i g g i n - , and ( h e n
G.A.A. TO CONDUCT
CAMP WEEK-END
BEGINNING TODAY
fluCirh'
\thleli,
i
ialioi
will eon,In,I -i week end at I a m ;
l o h u - i o u l „ •.minima t h i
.,:'• n
n
\
program
in
char-,
m
Kutl
U r o o k s , 'a5. w i l l he f e a l u r , d. a,
c o r d i n g to | » , . r o i h \ K l , , - . . \U. gen
, ral chairinan
i h
pleo
li,,f t h o s e Who w i l l .it! . m l III. hi l<M a r v T r e l a . |>re-ld, nl ,,i the a--..cia
l i o n , K a l h e r i n e M o o , , . and N a o m i
Alhrechl,
.enior-;
Man
\l.„.,,
Miss K l o s , , M i n n i . M. N i c k l , I I , s |
tella
\rlhiir,
lean I r a i e m i l , and
C l i a Ih hop. i u i u . a - : L i n i h
Hurl
I,nl.
Inchn
II.at.
Ilarri.l
Ten
I'v.k,
lanel
No,,,Iline
lllouer-.
U n t i l S ; | L ., , '
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college pln-ieiall. I
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alter leaving Stat, ,,,lleg, . in lum
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where -he studied at \ n una Mill ia. and in (icrmaii) Sim e her re
turn to the I'niU-d Stale-. Di
W h e a l o n ha- , , . i u p l e t , d a specia
interiieship ill pediatrics at tin
Bellevue hospital, New York city
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I'd never thought much about what's inside a
Chesterfield cigarette. Hut I have just been reading
something thai inadr me think about it.
Just think of litis, some of ihe lohucco in Chesterfield— the Turkish— comes from 1000 miles uwuy!
Ami before il is shipped every single leaf is packed
hy hand. All because Turkish tobacco is so small
and delicate.
Of course I don't know much about making
I'igarelles, but I do know this—that Chesterfields lire
milder and have a very pleasing aroma and taste.
They satisfy—ami that's what counts with me!
© 1953. LtCGBTT & Mvriis TOBACCO C O ,
STATE COLLEGE NEWS FEBRUARY 24, 1933
Page*
SOIREE WILL BE
FRIDAY, APRIL 7
GROUPS WILL 6IYE
NIGHT
JOINT PRODUCTION
BOSTON ENSEMBLE
THE COLLEGIATE WHIRL
TO APPEAR HERE
ON MONDAY
A questionnaire for the identification of fifty famous men in the country
was given to the students of a class in government at the University of
T h e Symphonic
Ensemble of
Oklahoma. Al Caponc was the only one who was identified correctly by
Boston, consisting of fifteen mem- Dr. T . F . H. Candlyn Will Direct
David Kroman t o B e Chairman
all the students.
C h o r u s for " P a t i e n c e "
bers of the Boston Symphonic orof Sophomore Class Dance;
o n M a r c h 24-25
Appoints Committees
( I P ) — T e n married men in the Fenn college public speaking class asked chestra a n d Russell Ames Cook,
to be allowed to bring thoir wives to class—at "one fare and a half" a conductor, will present a concert it
couple.
"Patience,"
a Gilbert and Sullivan
T h e sophomore class will conthe I'age hall audito r i uiu on MonSaid Dean Paul R. A n d r e s : "Any married man who has the courage
operetta will be presented on Friday
duct its Soiree F r i d a y night, April
day
night
at
8:30
o'c.^ck,
under
tin
to train his wife to speak even more fluently than she does now should be
7, from 9:00 o'clock to 2:00 o'clock congratulated. Your studies have given you unusual self-confidence, and auspices of the State college music and Saturday nights, March 24th and
in t h e g y m n a s i u m of P a g e hall, a c - you deserve a reward. Bring your wives along."
association.
Helen Cromic, '.i.i is2Mb, in the auditorium of I'age hall.
The production will be given by the
cording to David Kroman, vicepresident of the association.
Reporters for the Columbia university newspaper questioned people on
Girls' Athletic association and the
president off the class and general
T
h
e
p
r
o
g
r
a
m
will
include:
"Marthe street, and discovered that live out of six classify college students as
I'roubadors, Men's Musicale Society.
chairman for the dance.
riage of F i g a r o " by Mozart, "Ballet
loafers.
Dr. T. Frederick IP Candlyn, head
Soiree this year will mark the inSuite" by Ranteau. " F a n t a s i e from
auguration of n e w rules regarding
of the music department, is directing
At last! The meanest man in the world has been discovered. This
inter-class rivalry.
I n previous personage is a Syracuse professor, who while recuperating from an appendi 'Schwanda des D u d c s a e h p f c i f e r ' " the choruses and the principals,
years t h e sophomore banner has citis operation, used a microphone, a radio loud speaker and a telephone to by Weinberger, "St. Paul's Suite"
while Maybcllc Matthews. '34, and
Ijeen o u t of competition on t h erender a lecture to five hundred chemistry students.
by Gustas Hoist including the " J i g "
John Grosvenor, '.id, are the student
night of Sophomore Soiree from
and " I n t e r m e z z o , " " S y m p h o n y in
8:00 o'clock to 2:00 o'clock.
The Wilson Spectacle report.- the following impromptu debate between B Minor" by Shitbert, a suite. "The director- of the entire production.
This year, according to the r i -an instructor and a student as to the hardships endured during their respective
The principals for the operetta a r e :
Children's Corner" by Debussy, and Anthony Sroka, '33, who will play the
valry rules, the banner will be out days at the College:
the
"Hungarian
I
lance
No.
f>"
by
of competition "from 8 p . m. of the
part
of Colonel Caverly ; John Black,
Said the student: "But you don't have to sit in the classes."
clay preceding t h e day of Sophoa special student, will play the part
Replied the instructor: "Well, but I have to stand and look at all olBrahms.
more Soiree, until 8 a. m. of the fol- you."
of Major Murgatroyd; William NelAll the players of the cn-embli son, '.i4, the Duke; Charles Robson,
lowing Monday. A n y interference
Imagine the complexion of the student- in that class!
are m e m b e r s ol" the Boston Sym- '.il, Bunthoiiie; and William Jones,
with the removal of t h e sophomore
banner by a n y member of t h e
phony orchestra, and before coming '.i.\ Grosvenor. Angela will be playfreshman class d u r i n g this interval CLUB WILL PRESENT
Llovd, 7.4; and
State Squad Defeats
to America were m e m b e r s of tin ed In Marion
shall result in forfeiture of five
I'alienee, by Helen Cadieux, '.i.i,
most famous European orchestra*
points in inter-class rivalry by the
Amelia l'e-ka, '.i.i, Marion White and
Cooper Union 39 to 20
MUSICAL COMEDY
including t h e "Concerts Colonuc," Alice ( I wen, juniors, will play the
freshman class."
I, ,.„/„.»,,/ from fane ;. column I)
the O r c h e s t r a , Fan's; t h e Ban-part of the maidens, Jane, Sophie,
Kroman has appointed the folAT ANNUAL FETE
The entire -quad of fourteen men
lowing committees for the dance:
Grand
O p i ra O r c h e s t r a :
Berlin and Ella.
Members of the French club will -aw i rvi c in the game.
publicity, Raymond Seymour, chairThe
Kappa
Delta
K'lio
team Royal ( )pera ( Irelu -Ira. and tin Costumes for the production will
man, Klorence Kllcn, Ruth Brooks, present the musical i omedy, "I es
be rented from Tains and company,
I In he-traof \'ieiina a New York costuming house, accordde Jenne". at the annual •,1,-iged a !a-t minute rally to defeat Sytnphom
Dan Van Leuvan, Kileen Wallace, Xosc
the Viet iriau-, -'.! 21, in the prelim and oil' Geneva.
and Ruth Hillert; decorations; l.u l-'renc' fete Saturday night, March
ing to Thelina Smith and Donald
inary. Bob Myers and George Ban
cille Hirsch, chairman, Helen Rich 4. at 8:15 o'clock in I'age hall audi
Admission to the concert will In Benedict, juniors, co chairman of the
croft caged two baskets in the final
J o h n Hills, Arlene Cornwall, Ruth
plays of the contest to give the fra- free to student-. Mi-- Cromie an r ,.tunic committee. (Ither commitCrutchley,
Valentine
Reutowich, torium, Marie Te-sier, '.i.i, president
ees will be headed by the following:
leruitv outfit the i line. Bancroft and nounced.
George Taylor, William
Torpey; of the club, aunou iced today. Marie
chairman, business managers, Jean
Bill I e-ter led their n--pcctive outfits
Reserved - e a t - for outsiders a n ( raigtu le and Robert
p r o g r a m : Evelyn Rich, chairman Louise Sharon, '.)-!, general chairman
Robinson,
\\ ith eh veen pi lints each.
Arlene Van F.pps, Robert Rafferty, of the fete, will direct the coined)'.
one dollar, and may be procured In junior-; -ets, Alice Filspalriek, '.il,
.Ml' \ l b '
Martin Luclwig, ".dith F.stabrooks,
and Samuel Speclor, '35; house. I-'.I
mail
order
I,,
l-'.dith
Di
Hollander,
The committee- for the fete atlLouis Blumberg; invitations: Dor
leu Murphy and Ray Harris, seniors;
Ban. roil. I. f
- 4 14
'.il. or at t h e ,|o,,r on Monday program-, Elizabeth Kaiumerer, '34,
othea
(iahagan,
chairman,
Ruth as follow-: advertising, Mae Saxton,
(I
I) 0
night.
Barclay, Ruth Trombley, Agnes '.i.i, chairman, Harriett I l.dlcnbcck, I Ki^ain. r. f.
and lohn Bill-, '.is : and advertising,
Salmon, Edith I'remer, Kathcriin
Libel / o l / , '.i.i.
(I
Art Exhibit To Include
(.'rasper; house: Alexander Jadick. mei'sley, juniors, and Doroth\ Keiihn, I I larri-. c ,
\dnii--ioii price- for the present;!
chairman,
Frederick
Mohrmau '.15; props, Lucille llir-h, ' . o , chan j Carrell, r. «
I on have not yet been decided, but
Albany Coats-Of-Armi; ihiw will be announced in a future
George Montgomery, Alfred l.u nun. Lois Loulev and M a n Lou h e Laura, I.
cas, Jules Supcra, Charles Clow, Walther, juniors, l-.lsie l'ui;Me\ and Brook-. ,- The coat- ol'-artns , y' -oim ,u lb issue of the N'KWS.
and
lohn
Dawes; bids: F.velvn Mary Zabriski, sophomore-, and I )ori-i Rail. r. y.
4
li
8 leading families of Albany will b
Staehle and Wilfred Allard, Co I lumphrey, '.in; co-tunie-, Margaret \ Boldt, ,
.
(i 0
(1 on exhibit in the art studio on th
PLEDGES MEMBERS
chairman.
Neva
Boorn,
Zaver Buchanan
(1
tl second Ho,,,- of Draper hall begin
and Margaret
Service, Hubier, r. t f
1)
Sigma
\lpha sorority welcomes
Mahdesian, Charles Atwell, F.laine senior-, co cliairni in ; iiiuki up, ( aro I I le Temple, r g
il ning W c d n e - d a y , according to \ L
. 0 (I
I .epper
and Florcnc.
Blanche
11
< rr.mn, C ; r a l d m e S t h h : d c r munu Ivn Kramer-, '.i.i, chainna i, and Mar'. ' lugrahaiii, ;
" 0 Kuniee A. Ferine, i n - t n i c i o r ol .
II
-liberie, freshmen, into pledg,
11
Thurston I'aul, chairman, Daisy 1'orreus. ',55; light-. \ \ ilham Allard, I Butler. I. e
0 'I
Mr. I.edyard I og-wcll, Jr.. di luciubi rsliip.
liryson, Mildred Moshcr, Carltoi '.i5, chairman; set , Rosalind Lapp-, j
rector of the Albanv Instiitile o
Coulter. Certrude Morgan and Wil- '.vi.
chairman,
Mathilda
Centner,
I"
7 .I'D History and Art. ha- kindly con
liam Davidge; chaperon.-,:
Anna
i i n il'F.R I ' X K l.\
-, nted to arrange with Mr I >eu
A I M S , chairman,
Ruth
Madden juniors, and Klin ir Barnes, '.i.i.
MlTllliell, r f
II
1 1 curator of the inu-eiiiu, for lliD c \
Rose Aulisi, Lydia Fisher, Grae
La t Ire, o, I. f
I
-I i, liilui. This i- the second in a -,
I'ritchard:
refreshments:
Lillian man, l.iua Wilson, '.i.i. Louise I'ilkin, \lof-an-on. ,
rie- of exhibits to be loaned to tli
I'ayne, chairman, Ruth Lav. I.il'.14, Lois Mclntyre, \ C , Jeanne La
College I n the m i l I.
ward Hemholt/. Ruth Reiner. Mar Roque, and Lain. ,i bri, k.-on, fi e-h Miku'll a, I. g
There
will
be t w - n l \ I ' m o
garet Liseher and William Jones. men: usher-, |.,,i- I'otler, Mo, , hair
tliirtv
dilTerent
c a t - of a r m - o
man, Alic ( lark. I dadv- Robarge and
di-plav al t i n - tune.
T h e s e crest
Inha Reil, sophomore-, Grace Kline,
8 20 are w o r k e d o u t in g ,ld a n d c o l o ,
ALBANIAN SPEAKS
Kinnia Rogers, I iorenc- l.auler, and
and -hoiild prove inter - t ; u g l e i
e at half tune, JO I D
foil
i '.ii ol\ u Siiiii met, fre-liiu.ui ; pn ,
AT CLUB MEETING
ted, M a t , . ' ) ; t 'imper I ' m , , n c
gram.-, l.ui-a Igh-ia-, '.i.i. Giairiuan,
l l l e t ic p o i n t
o l \ il w . M I - I '• N i l
-. B . o w u e ; t i n i e r , R v a n .
I'.thel ( ipperh and Mwtle Stowvll,
explained.
THURSDAY AT 4:10 junior-,
I-Miia Wright, '.A, and la
Harold I). Leslie, executive man queliue IMatis, '.it,; , lean up, Marguer
(.lasses Filled
agcr of the \ l b a n y Chamber of
I- > e.s 1\ x a m i n e d
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and I.
M a n Blt h e las) mVel'iiiK o i l h , i - o i n i i i e r c .
., lol
i lull, a n d made the •.ignilieiint - t a l e
,1 h o .
n i . ut
that
N. 1\ FREDETTK
"teai h e r - are expected
of t h e i r p a r t i c u l a r - t i l j j i < I 'I he.\
n,u-t a i d in t h e f o r m a t i o n o f h a l m - j
KYE CLASSES
I
SKNIORS TO MEE
,re
will
be -• n i o r
l l e w i l l I'ulhl,
(XM
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w i n n t i n \ L'o o u t i n t . . t i n - c u m m e r
'
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l i e g a v e s e v e r a l il •
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lustration- of how little tlniiu- -m h | I
Voting lor Ma-- .
tact, and punclualil ,
,tr
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