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State Cbllege News
VOL.
X V I I . \ u . 1.S
! VI lv
LEADER OF YOUTH
TO SPEAK TODAY
Seniors To Attend Meeting
Tuesday To Aid In Research
Ml seniors w i l l
lie e x p e c t e d
to
i i l e t i d the n gular teacher's meeting
„ i Tuc-dav
al'ierm.oii at
1:15 in
ooin 'II of' Richardson hall, accord, e ,,, 1',-oirssoi
loin, M
Sayles.
.rinrip.d m M i l l , , H i g h s c h o o l .
The purpo-e oi this mi ••ting is to
,i,| ih, education ,1, i a r l u u ul in se
- n r i i i e -. i n , research data.
Dr. W. Solzbacker Will Address
11:10 Assembly on German
Youth Movement
Speaking
peace,
in
Dr.
defense
Wilhclin
leader of the G e r m a n
nient,
and
motion
tii
militant
of
world
Sob/bachcr.
\'<uith
worker
international
assembly
at
pro
friendship
I I :1(>
ih
o'clock
today.
1935 WILL OPPOSE
1936 TOMORROW
ll.v
The
ciice f r o m C o l o g n e tin v er-.il \ . G I T
m a n y , and a l t h o u g h only
twentysix y e a r -
old
he has addressed
diences in E u r o p e a g g r e g a t i n g
000 people.
It is his belief t h a i
might
he
abedished
by
au
50,war
promoting
f r i e n d s h i p a m o i i M the y o u t h of the
nations of the w o r l d , and in defense
of this t h e o r y , lie i ll'ers the expe
rience g a i n e d by o b s e r v i n g c o n d i -
l u o l row
iu.il
;i
Kuropcan
Conference.
I l i s a r n i u n i . in
Dr. S o l z b a c h e r i- a u t h o r of sex
eral hooks, one being " I'lu
Social
I'hilosophy of W a l l e r
Ral licimiu.
K a t h e m a u was a f o r m e r
German
f o r e i g n minister.
Dr.
Solzbacher
speaks here under the a u s p i c e s ol
the S p e a k e r s ' B u r e a u of the A d u l t
K d u c a t i o n C o u n c i l of C h i c a g o .
11 is address in assembly on t i n
G e r m a n m o v e m e n t w i l l probably In
the last of a series made this last
m o n t h in the U n i t e d S t a l e s .
I n last w e e k ' s assembly the (lis
mission
of
curtesy
was
brought
to a close by D r . I l r u h a c h e r .
" I In
t h i n g that impresses m e most in
interviewing
t e a c h e r s , " he s t a t e d ,
"is their m a i m e r s .
Good manners
a n d a considerateness for t h e o t h e r
person are w h a t m a k e y o u c o u r t e ous.
It is, of course, an e x p r e s s i o n
of y o u r g e n e r a l habits.
If you a n
habitually
courteous,
habitualh
good-mannered, your attitude
to
w a r d the faculty and fellow
stu
dents is c o r r e c t / '
Dr.
Ilrubachcr
believes that the r e l a t i o n s h i p
In
t w e c u the students and faculty i
unsatisfactory
and
could
be
in
proved upon. I n closing his a d d n to the students be said, " Y o u ai
c o r d i a l l y i n v i t e d to come and g e l
acquainted
with your
faculty,
to
meet t h e m openly and s o c i a l l y . "
RYAN,
'.11
sophoinore-frcshmaii
game
will
he
played
night on 1'age c u r t
The
,|.„i,,|
b>
Ih,
eruooii
at
I ..mm.
oi
Yoi.im
soph, i i i u i r e
eh..-.n
\\
to-
al .S:,l(l
line up
Horn i T i l T
Kail
and
w ill
I.,
Bill
\l
HI
hie
1:15
tin
lln
'. \
p i . - dent
M i - - I) a m . , i n l ' -
In- " W hal
will
;
Si \ u.
I In- -ub.ie, I oi
I in r.
in
K,, b a r , 1 - , i . h a l l . ;u c o r d
I • I .aura
will
..'. I . n k
I
College
talk
opinl
Bill
he ,,;•, n d i - c u - - ,.,, , , i t ,
Ion.-,
Wall,
and
\ l Jadirk, Lou
\rllon
The
v.ml. ige
uim
i.a-
h en
r,
lo
of
plav
plav.
A ..a .in,I
a h a d , i' .a c o l l e t ,
and , 1 a - -
u;i
arlivi
d u r u m her r o l l , - . . , . , : , , ,-
M,-
w h e n -In
bel
..I
the
Mv-kama,
M ' . . ! a e , . L . . | .•."
..i
sorority
whi, h i-
e d i l o r m chief
and
I'opulai
iiiembei
invited
Sli
was a -, ,, , . , . w a - ,, i n , m
the " M . . - I
il
I ."
to
ua-
vote,
mecliim
.,11 - I , i d , - , i l -
'.il
...
year
are
a
The
losing
I i e-hmeii
streak
heavy
Ml
in
fa-
must snap out
has
will
, ondlicl a
night
n , 5:1111 o Y l . u k al i h e
at I'llli '. W ' e - t , in
her- of 111, I ..lie
Ihe other
-ororiti
attend.
I '. ,u,mil I, r- I, .| ill.
i i n hon-.
mi.
A l l i n , in
a. nils and ol
,,.
i n v i t e d to
lea are
gen
. I i . n u n . H I . i. I i - d i l u e n t s , R n i l i \ \ il
h a m s . ',15, , h a i r n i a n ; and . lean up
l l e a t r i i , l oe, '.f-1. and D o n - I oliin
'.in, c o - c h a i r m e n .
MisI.lean.,I
boolc.
ass - I a n
- l o r , .' will pour.
\
program ol" interclass basket ' h a v .
hall games has been a r r a n g e d as ihe r o o m
climax of Ihe basketball season
Th, main
first game was c o n d u c t e d vest, rday a. > ,,i
,m ..pp
i n n , to ,|,, -o
J5.S ..i l l m i . , 1 h a l l or o n ll
bull, I n , board in D r a p e r ha
dim.' n . h d n a l i n k e r , '.1.1, p r i
lub
Al
I..i-i
1'
b e t w e e n the seniors and j u n i o r s
I In , id. ul ..i I
remainder ol the schedule is as i,,l
mu-i
m i no In i
lows:
Tuesday, M a r c h 7, f r e s h m e n l „ plan, .1
I,a
added
iwelvi
vs.
seniors;
"I hiirs, lay,
March
'),
Biology
, lub I
,,,,king a total i n . m
seniors vsophomores,
Tue-d.
, . . ! , , , . ..,.,',
•Mi'ip ..i n u n . H i - B c . k c r a . l d . d
M a r c h 1 I, juniors y sophoiiioi,
| | „ , I n l , p l . n i - lo vi-it the D u d
Wednesday, M a r c h
15, seniors
ilh-.rvatoiv
oil New
S.ollanc
freshmen ;
Thursday,
Man h
nil, durine t h e next lew we. lis
sophomores vs. f r e s h m e n ,
Bible Originated As Growth Of Ideas
Concerning God, Professor York States
" l l is rather i n t e r e s t i n g l,
that the t h r e e o l d . -i
niaiiu
ol the Bible are ill ihe |
of the t h r e e different b r a n , 1
the C h u r c h , one belongs
to t h .
V a t i c a n at K o i n e , a n o t h e r
n
.,, |
L o n d o n , and tin
t h i r d al
leiiin l
g r a d , " I'rofes.sor G e o r g e M . Y i u k J
head of Ihe c o m m e r c e d c p a r t i l i i n l . '
said al the discussion m e e t i n g ol
the Y o u n g W o m e n ' s I h r i s l i a n association, T u e s d a y a f l e r n o ,
i ill,
..gainsi
add.,I
" I he o l d
aiillnnli,
Hebrew
p I.I.
b. .n
Ihe
dab
lub
\
I)
\\.
hav.
old, r o n e II.,1
n.inn , l i p l
o| i h , \ , w I , -la
1
maim
1. oi we I,.,
|l>, I l l , |
I , I.,
ii,.,u .
in. in "
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1, l a i r d
l o 111
I'mi
1
1 . ov . IV ol o i l , ol ill
old. -I
m a i m , i ipl\
eel lau
n i o n a - l . i v ,,n M l
Sinai had be.
hi
ug a p le ,,i old s. rolls w i n . ;
a G e r m a n scholar [oliin] lo he
vahlabl.
manuscript
of the
liibl
lr.Mil tl
qilcllll)
l
'
T h i s discussion was ihe ( b i r d ill
a p r o g r a m planned by the Y. W . *
ler, a c c o r d i n g lu
Milne
and
came
High
on
mil
on
seen
al
the
Dr.
Ihe
\
work
Stale
in
I n i t i a t i o n of i h e n e w
members
w i l l l a k e place at a d i n n e r to be
c o n d u c t e d at the D e W i t t C l i n t o n
hotel
on
Wednesday,
March
8.
i arol ( c d a r q u i s l , president off the
society, is c h a i r m a n of I h e a r r a n g e nienls c o m m i t t e e .
O t h e r members
on the c
nittee i n c l u d e :
Margaret K u r i l e c / . and L u i s a I g l e s i a s .
Depart-
connection
Rebel
R
Minim
Ilruhacher,
presented
engineering,
or
tn l
, '.V
Salur.la)
the
..
course
will
In
\ , , , ,,ur-e-
technical
subjects,
vocational
siibje. i -
vvill
be
presented
Broicssional
courses leading to ihe c e r t i h c a l i o n
of teachers w i l l not be o f f e r e d .
I he course is open to s t u d e n t s
,,t the ( apil.,1 D i s l r i c l , w i n . could
not afford lo go to college this year,
[ • a c u i t y f o r Ihe college is being se
lected this week by D r . B r u b a c h e r
Iroin a group ol u n e m p l o y e d pro
lessors and i n s t r u c t o r s -.1 this ,b-
. ictorv in the
which
on
opening
college
by
Bag,
lln
mark
in the I h . r a l arts m l , I
sophomores who defeated the
last
A scholast'c a v e r a g e of 2.00 or
over m u s t
have been
maintained
for tin- entire college course in order lo he eligible for m e m b e r s h i p
m the society.
S t u d e n t s must be
in the upper ten per cent of the
class
T h e highest four per cent
w e r e inducted into m e m b e r s h i p last
semester.
I bis n e w g r o u p r c p r e sents the r e m a i n i n g highest six per
cent of lln- class.
the College
mechanics,
qtiintel
lln
o'clock
Education,
istralion,
ih, m how n. Join,son City, Cohleskill
Beta Zeta To Conduct
Vegies, M n - l r r d a i n . ami Millie H i g h .
Tea At 3:00 Tomorow
I'.ela /.eta - o r o i i t v
of
in
.dm
with the T e m p o r a r y
Hi Gi„a, Don Hn.l
v ..i Hes I., r, peal their
at
emergency
ment
Hudson.
I 'aid I Ii, ll, v i- manager ol the
gain-
will
college
b,| Collins, and l-.d He Tern
The
, special!)
al
assembly
Stat,
Ban,T.,1! will chose
line-up
1 . n W e b e r , Carl
I'lu
are
loinghl
meet
l ieorg.
pie
the
The
to
Ainy.it.
l-'.psdon
liii-
in a row
scheduled
general
auditorium
Monday
together
Ii ..in
'.i? leain
alien.I
also o p . n l o
-i.i i -| ing
.11, - | . . n .
A
hall
a.l-
B a n c o . l l . 1 '.ml Bulger, Jerry
wa-
I n -hineii
nights
are
High
>ln
' ,irl "
\lpha
ol
played
ihe
E l e v e n m e m b e r s of the
senior
class have received i n v i t a t i o n s to
membership
in
Signutn
Laudis,
scholastic
honorary
society,
this
week.
T h e s e students a r e :
Edna
Becker,
Mary
Brew,
Marguerite
B u c h a n a n , H e l e n C r o m i e , Cecelia
Fox. Stewart Gay, Elizabeth Gordon,
Kvelyn Johnson, A n n a M a h sig.
Ralph
Keinhart,
and
Mary
White
STATE WILL OPEN
FACILITIES TO NEW
COLLEGE MONDAY
the season will he forced
i o.ich " S p a r k i e "
hi-
Drake,
Johnston is
w i n . have
having
two
llud-oii
Ken
Society to Initiate members at
Dinner Wednesday, President Says
Investigation of the siudv plan
w II he made hv President A. R.
! Ilruhacher and the College librarian, Miss M a r y hi. Cobb.
the sophomore q u i n t e t .
freshmen,
i"re-Inn. il
Ilia, l.iii.ii-
Bush.
[hroilglloui
talk
M i - - Diamond,
Blunilierg,
Barry, John Bills, I x . n
manager of
'
Biology Club Members
CLASSES TO PLAY
Will Sign Up For Pins
PROGRAM OF FIVE
M,
l u b ,nii
BASKETBALL GAMES
L o u n g e of R i c h a r d s o n h u l l .
I lie
subject of the discussion was " l'he
H i s t o r y of Ihe B i b l e . "
" W e have different
versions ,,,i
the B i b l e because il did not spring
f o r t h into being as we n o w i
If a s u f f i c i e n t n u m b e r of students- indicate their desire
to
have the C o l l e g e l i b r a r y open
for study on S u n d a y a f t e r n o o n s
a r r a n g e m e n t s w i l l be made for
c a r r y i n g o u t the proposed p l a n .
A second ballot is b e i n g p r i n t e d
in ibis issue of the N K W S , and all
s t u d e n t s w h o have not yet voted
I upon the q u e s t i o n are requested
| in do so loday and l e a n 1 t h e i r bailors in the basket in ihe a c t i v i t i e s
office in the lower corridor
of
D r a p e r hall.
BEVERLY DIAMOND
...lock
I h e . o i l i e s t a l w a y s sees
both
teams
keyed
up
for
their
TO LEAD Y.WC.A.
I., -i perl oi malice.
T h r e e points in
MEETING TUESDAYn.lei class rivalry will he awarded 1,
tions in fifteen countries.
Carrying
t h e slogan, " L e t us s u b s t i t u t e t i n
risk of peace r a t h e r than the I n t o r i c a l risk of w a r . " he o r g a n i z e d in
T I I O M vs
annual
11 SENIORS PLEDGE
TO SIGNUM LAUDIS
News Conducts Poll To Find
Opinion On Sunday library
Interclass Basketball Game to Be
in Page Gymnasium at
8:30 o'Clock
D r . Solzbacher received I n - doct o r a t e in political and economic sci
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues.
Ar.BANY, X. V.. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1933
l.a-ketball
niovcin
a n d u n d e r s t a n d i n g , w i l l address
student
bin;
TKUIIKKS,
I'
I III.! I'lIK
.,,
, ,,, ' " ' " I
.i:l)ll until
short
,
,
, , „ , '• ? " " .
0:00 ,, clock
,
D r . G e r t r u d e !•'.. D o u g l a s , assistant professor of b i o l o g y , and a faculty m e m b e r of S i g n u m L a u d i s , s e r v i n g as secretary
for the society.
j
I'resent m e m b e r s i n c l u d e : H e l e n
f a d i e u x , Miss Cedarquisl
George
| I lisort.
Miss
Iglesias,
M'ss
Kui r i | C C Z i M a r g a r e t Roohan, M a e Scx| t o I 1 | K a ( | ) r v l 1 V a „ V a l k e n b u r g , and
j |-1, , r ; l W u r Y s l i n .
;
S i g n u m Laudis was o r g a n i z e d at
| S ( a t l . eolh-ge ,,i l ' « ( ) by a c o m Green
l n i l l e e headed hv I M n n i a i m e l
yM]
H o n o r a r y m e m b e r s of the or-
.
,":;' " ' " ' "
daily, ami
gani/alion
K>
M
include:
'
^""'dKicher;
,.,,,,.
,,,.,„.
Dr.
,,r
President
A.
William
,d
H
11.
w
. ml ,,l a Jtl I " game
(,,l
"•
"'"i1' I J : " " ' • ' " l k
',"'lT1
''-'"•
P r n f c s s o , • of
Englisln
1"
Saturday-.
Ihe semesters u . d i l | ; l | „ | h r
|)l)Uf,|as
will he given upon the C o m p l e t i o n
ol all courses.
These credits m a y
he t r a n s f e r r e d lo other colleges.
The r e g i s t r a t i o n
office for
lln
e m e r g e n c y college w i l l be in r o o m
1115 of D r a p e r hall.
l'he College li
hrary in l l a w l e y ha.I. and the C o l
I he S i a t e College choral s o c i e t y
laboratory
facilities
will
In
. lulributioiis lo the I .cab I ,ov ell- lege
open lo llu-se e m e r g e n c y s t u d e n t s . vv 11 present its a n n u a l concert this
lieim p r i / , tor excellence m h'.ngyear
on
Thursday,
May
11, in
I -1, , oinpositioii iiiiisl he handed
Chancellor'hall,
according
to
I 1,1, n ( r o i n i e , M.i, president of the
in,,n ..r before W e d n e s d a y . A p r i l
music a s s o c i a t i o n .
I n s t e a d of t w o
!i.
a....i,line
to
Dr
llarrv
W.
eon. erts, one in M a r c h and a n o t h e r
I I . , in es. , h a i r n i a n ol t h e Lnglisll
1 he Y o u n g
Women's
C h r i s t i a n in M a y , Ihere will be o n e c o m b i n e d
I he a w a r d of I w e i i l v
depart in ill
a--,,e at urn w i l l conduct a b r i d g , c u e , rl i h i - vi ar, a c c o r d i n g to M i s s
l i v , d o l l a r - i- t h e a n i m a l offering ..I
partv in the L o u n g e of R i c h a r d s o n C r o m i e .
I
• l.ov. uh. mi of A m s t e r d a m .
! I n - change was made because
hall f r o m .1:00 lo 5:110 o'clock mi
,1, h o i i o i .,i I n .
ther, Leah I.,,
..I ihe a.hh d I. a l u r e nJI t h e men's
Saturday intern
i. A p r i l S, a. . or,I
c
h
o
r u s , an i n n o v a t i o n o f the n i u - n
ing lo L a u r a Slv ll, '.i.i, pres dent.
I In i i l l . • g o v e r n i n g the - l l h i n i depart i n . nl t h - y . ar.
T h e assistM a r i e l u d d , '.i.i, will - , i v , a- gen
I . --av
n . H i , , oiliest are
ing a r t i s t s for i he c mc. rl have not
I
I li.it the p i n - , In a w . m l , ,| hil' eral c h a i r m a n .
I
.
.
.
n
chosen,
Miss
C
r
o
m
i
e, -aid. Dr.
This will he ihe principal soeial
ll,,
I,, -I p r o s e , oinpositioii
-uh
T
l-'iedcri. I, I I . C a n d l y n , head of
milled
!o
an m i d . l e l i r a d u a l e . 1
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Inmusic
deparl
i
n
.
l
i
t
,
will d i r e . I
I hal
lie
i n . i n n s , r pi
sh,>i,|,|
h, hv ihe Y. W C A c a b i n e t for l l n the . h o r n s .
f r o m I UH I n 5IHHI word-, in l e n g t h ;
I . ach I'.ak. . will referee the name.
COLLEGE CHORUS
TO GIVE CONCERT
THURSDAY MAY 11
LOVENHEIM ESSAY
RIVALS TO SUBMIT
COPY ON APRIL 26
Y.W.C.A. Will Conduct
Bridge Party April 8
. . T e n for ol r e m a i n v ,.l thought and
lln me
Ml i n . O I I I - , i i p l - should In
m m d w ill a In l i l i t o u s nam, and
Language Is Necessary To Social Life,
Dr. A. R. Brubacher States In Article
w i n . h are given ihe title of th, esav . the In lit oils n a m . . and tin
a, lual name of the author.
Manuscripts
-hoiild
be h i t
m
,
.il ol B i d , a i d - , m hall
'I In
coulesl will be judged In a coin
m i l l , , , w i n . will a w a r d "h.
abb
HI, m e . i n " al (heir d m n-li.ui
Language is ihe win ,/mi inn/ ol w i n , I , hav, e..,,„ down t l n . u i g l , the
-oeial e x p e i l e n c , ..ml thai laliguag.
I r. ueli, w . - u h i l . a v , . a n -| . , eh v . rv
which
makeih.
mli.-i
-.•> ' i
I.. .1
,.,1 , v | , i n lie,
possible
i n c . ssanlv
In - i l
, o i . m e lie p . . m l - ,,| ihe
ha
III, g o a t , -I
al ..ihle, D i
\
H l i e l , . Di
I n n : . . , , I n , g.,v, - i s , , . ,
R
I'. i 111.... Ii. i . p i . - i d , i n , - l a n d
ill . . . i i - win, i h . audv ,,| I a i m s h o u l d
lln
ailiel,
"Tin
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M . o c h I--U, ..I l l n .
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In
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I
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loi
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tax
ii
h
,
,
non
.1,
n
o
m i n a t o r oi
which s i a n d a i . U ol coiiecliiess mav
Fraternity To Induct
Eight Members Sunday
I n i . l i i . s i m i a n p l e d g e - will In
m i l l , led i n t o l u l l l u . m b e l • hip 11
i In ( ,ai
, i h a p l i i oi Kappa I >elta
Kb.,
fraternity
ai
formal
cere
ni.s
lo be ,
hilled
Sunday
all, in,
al .1:1)11 ,,'. lo, k at the
, h a p l . i h o r n , . IKI) M o r r i s street.
I nioriiial i n i t i a l it HI was Conducted
during
the p a - l
two
w.ekfur
these neophytes.
The m e m b e r s . I n i ,u •
I'.dward
I).
T e m p l e , lr., G e o r g e Bancroft,
Paul C h e n e y , K a r l h'.bers, K d w a u l
I Mills. L e o n a r d W a l l e r . I'.iiil Bill-
llize it; it was rather a growth oil A for this semester, according IU . minis, n
»»,»...,
the people's ideas concerning God,"1 Laura Styn, '33, president.
ger and George Decker
!
1.,
mainlaiiied
< In th, oih, i hand,
nchness m v a n . l v
in llle
hnghsli
. o e a h u l a n is ahn,,-l wlmllv due lo
lln
Latin words in h n g h - h
form
11.mi mii w o r d slock all
I
lln
w.u ds ol
including
I. aim and Greek
ihose
of
Latin
origin
origin
ill.
laliguag. ol the western World.
Scholaiship
and
culture
are
based -ai a I a l i n i / e d
vocabulary,
I aim can h, i.uighl to show the
l und.,menial relatioiuhips which express ihemsclvcs l l i i o i i g h speech.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 3, 1933
State College News
DO YOU WANT TO STUDY?
T h e proposition
Established by the Class of I91S
T h e U n d e r g r a d u a t e Newspaper of N e w York
State College for Teachers
Sunday
aflernons
intentions
of
has promised
students
THE
ALVINA
R.
NEWS
llditor-in-Chiej
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BERNARD S. KERBEL
Managing
liditor
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DOHERTV
Finance
Manager
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JEAN
CRAIOMILE
Advertising
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MARION
LAURA
have
NEWS.
STAFF
LEWIS
Manager
HOWARD
Associate
Managing
16U Western Avenue, J-69J5
!idilo\
to have the College library open on
is e n t i r e l y
the
student
to co-operate with
expressed
However,
to dale,
ASSOCIATE
JUNIOR
Elizabeth
Salese,
Kathryn
Bessie
Wilkins,
tine Reutowich,
sophmrcs,
seniors;
Cclia
Luisa
Hilda
Bishop,
Beatrice
Hartman,
EDITOR:
AGER:
Jean
t o r , Marion
Zuend,
Hilda
Thomas
Ryan,
Mlcc/.ek,
thai
they
'34.
Premer,
Walsworth,
(Jumiby,
s-
Ellen,
every
Board
Subscriptions,
f
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Friday
in
representing
$ZJ5
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MAN-
M.ANAUER:
Beatrice
Lurns,
Maxwell,
Eliza-
and
Kiel,
1
Margaret
the college
year
Student
single
in t h e U n i t e d
NEWS
does
not
necessarily
in c o n t r i b u t i o n s .
by
the
Association.
copies,
Stales.
ballots
which
printed
the
in t h e
students
interested
ten
cents.
Entered
as
N . V.
endorse
sentiments
N o toiimiuiucatio|b
desired.
all
The NEWS
Anonymity
Tlu
larper
A
1! I' of
Vol. X V I I . No, 18
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and Hrolliers.
lei-hnocracv.
What
is
l!y
N.
§1.20.
o r g a n i / itii.ii 1, nowu
HI
an
lino rai . .'
Ib.wai
d
a.So.il
A l b a ly, X .
class
each
year
ball
fund
deuce
for
which
subscription
a
to secure
will
one in.,nth.
drive
w h i c h i.s r o u d u r l e d
Plans
will
pledges
.tart
have
end
in
the
t o t h e fund.
'J h e g i f t
first
atioiis
of t h e
Siil'lii n u t
the
for
Auii-ri. a n . I I , a d d
il p r i m iple a n d t h a t
ol
fund,
its p a r i
THE COMMENTSTATER
lilies
l l a i l l I'. i f t ' s
been
graduating
let e w r y
p r o j e . I.
senior
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to|,
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to lln
what
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of i b i s e i n e i g i - i i c ) i o i l . ;• eolli -e
our
Additional atmosphere was added
Saturday
with
the Russian
and
J a p a n e s e tea. E a c h guest w a s s u p p i . e d a g l a s s of t e a w i t h a t e a s p o o n
of R a s p b e r r y j a m i n it, a n d a c a r a mel at t h e R u s s i a n t e a table, a n d
with tiny rice c a k e s a n d J a p a n e s e
tea at t h e J a p a n e s e
table.
The
h o s t e s s e s a t b o t h of t h e s e
tables
were
dressed
in
costume.
Miss
J e a n c t t e i W a l d b i l l i g , '28, a n d R u t h
M o o r e , '28, w e r e in c h a r g e of t h e
tea.
le-
: , 1 all
Tie S( lay
i. \ i I ' M
i
. n,
(II.
l
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ball,
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11 ,.
lb. .,ig.,;,,,
l se w i l l be m a d e o l t h e I .41, g, | d . i , n , , „ |
laboratory
facilities, a n d m
tin
n n in I n
ball.
S t r a n g e students, a n d faiull)
will be
ki
f u r t h e r aei|iiaiiitanei ship a n d kuowlcdgi
in lb
courses.
T h e h o s p i l a l i l ) a n d e o u r l e s ) w h n h In
a c t c r i / . c i l Stale- c o l l e g e will be g i v e n a n o p p H I . 1 . i i ) I
l o d e f e n d i t s e l f in o u r I n a l l i u m o l t h e s e . in r g e n n !
students.
T h e N E W S welcomes these students and lac
ully, a n d e x p r e s s e s (he hope thai their
connection
w i t h S t a t e will be n o n e b u i p l e a s a n t o n e s .
U
Wednesday
,i
Sigiinm
u'sil,
I ., i i . l .
i hih,
d m
Washing
Thursday
|
VI N
Ii I oi I's m l . n l a s s bins
in-. Si m o r s , s, S o p b o
kilball
III ,1 i s. ; - ) l l l i . l , u m , I ' i i g i
.1 I
p
in
r
ball.
Much in f a c u l t y
lounge, Richardson hall.
NAME:
I..I111 Mills' l e a t h e r
lungs
served
mi
well
m impressing
upon
lus
•' i g h b o i s "
his i m p o r t a n t
duties.
\ s .a w h o b - lln- p | , i \ u . i s e n l e r l a i n ... a n d wi II d o n ,
14a- g... i a l m o s t
I, h
transported
i In '•« o o p " ,,, , | , e s e c o n d pla>
" • ' " ' " ' ib. silling
Ibl.-ii M a h a r
| . M . l lo i s , 11 ,,,, e M „ ,-t s a l e s l a d y
''h
•' "si llnig
p. r s o n a l i l y , "
that
uaiigible
s
(thing
about
which
". In ai
, much.
Wilfred Allard
,as - u r n amI iiiisophicliealeil a n d
"i I " " c o i n h i r i n g a b o u t
Ins l o v e
l"l
I m i l ) When be w o u l d bestow
up. II III i a n a l m o s t m a r i t a l peck I'm
x
Calendai
plan.
. i n . i g , i.r> , .ii,;-.
of
home!
I'.iinl
her.
Dons
||,,We was a
b.iiiinng ingenue and K e n Christiin a u i d , a w k w a r d c o u n l r y b o y .
I hi i l n i i- in i g b b o r s w e r e t y p i c a l
'. t h a i tin ir c h a r i l y w a s n o t l a c k in s i d e
,,,narks
about
other
ng
II i g b b o r s i o i i l i i b i i l i o n s l o t h e " L i t t l e
o n e h n u d t i -I p. i
part
picture
Burns'
statue
Wash-
I be I lays W e d n e s d a y n i g h t w e r e
»>th n o t e w o r t h y
for their
settings
" " I ihi ir m o m , - i l l s o f g e n u i n e n e s s .
l-u.'ill.
I l i r s t - h ' s , , , i c c is e x c e l l e n t
•a i l - 1,,-ani) o i ion,- a n d i t s r a n g e ,
b i gail w a s forced a n d u n - n a l l i r a l
u i d d. n a e l e d I l o i n h e r p e r f o r m a n c e
-li-idei'iiU)
T
,\
Moore
Inl a w 4 In i s , I f o l d ) - o n c e , a n d t h a t
* ' win II s h e t l i r c , \ h e r b i l l o f r a g s
Mih
-lull
strength
Otherwise
il
. " i i M l i m e b e . n dilhi-iili l o b e l i e v e
I'-'l -' . " l i n g g i r l
w a s ,-,-ally t h e
t..
1 in-: i-:.\]i:i\'(ii-..\( ,
the
,| ; , | , t .
r.-ii.ii-e
re. , i , c !
r u n e mi i r
a n d g i \ e a small
A
in
;,g
a n d t o se-i u r e a r . bill i t' - dr.ii
Each
ol a p l e d g e
The
Irishmen
N o w t h a t ibe- b a s k e t b a l l
season
athletes
is c o m p l e t e d , t h e v a r s i t y
w.11 s h i f t t o o i l i e r f o r m s o f a t h letics.
(Ml Ue- L a m a a n d
Ossy
i ! . o k s will c o n f i n e t h e i r e f f o r t s t o
ne k . s e b a l l d i a m o n d .
Bill A l l a r d ,
l i u d K i s s a m a n d Cliff R a i l w i l l b e
Ii u i n i i,w n g i n g t h i ir t e n n i s r a c k e t s ,
a w a i t i n g t h e o p e n i n g ol t h e t e n n i s
ii,.- a
a n d it is n o w 1'*.).)-. . .pp..: t mill \ I,,
t o linn,
form
the
standing
•i 1. , . i n w . . i .. J e n - ) \ n i ) , , t r a l l i i i,
lb.
i r o s b d u r i n g tin
final
minutes
oi p l a y , bill t h e l l i . i . i - w u r k in g e n
• i al w a s p o o r
i nilic.il o i l s
poii
lo .oi e n s , ., I, 1 . r \ f o r t h e . . o p h i
r e ai, in .- i
..i
now
picture
season.
t o t h e i ..II. ..•<• v.
has already
land
in t h e a l u m n i
committee;
given
corking .
alumni
pi r
is
a
up
V parkin
i-.r a n m h
goal
Burns
Robert
If You As
students
the building,
to t h i s
bei u tin
at
the
'il'. gall..11
..nil! l i n e d
il s
losing
s i r . a k l.-v b o w ine. t o t h e M III. H i g h
i | t i i n i . i c o a c h . .1 b j K a y H a r r i s .
|,
:in i | i i a l i t t . a c o a c l i i n g i- i u d i c a t . u
i.
team
pi. iv, H a r r i s
diserves
In.' b a n d .
I lie i r c h i n e n p l a y e d ;,
I...... g a m e , m a r k e d b y l l i e ab.scllCi
14 a n d ...i
'J be a l u m n i
amazement
of
"Do you think the stained glass
from
Ai
Elizabeth I). w i n d o w s s h o u l d b e r e m o v e d
ei-.nr in c o m m e r c e , t h e l i b r a r y ? "
N o ; because
ilioill l l i e b e a u t y o f M a r j o r i e H a a s , ' 3 3 :
lhey a r e effective a n d lend a cer-> a n d o f t h e i n i p r c g tain a t m o s p h e r e to t h e r o o m .
able 111;
i.-istle w i t h i t s f a i n m . e slcadil..
ulilal'i
The
M a r g a r e t Service, '33: N o .
-loiie.
Iran l e m ,
b e a u t y of t h e r o o m is c e n t e r e d
m r of t i n
afternoon
in t h e w i n d o w s . R e m o v a l of t h e m
pi,.-,ued il
i o l u m b i a I in
•itli
lam
(J'Sbauter.
would also give too m u c h glare.
i )' S h a u t e r , h u w e v . :.
e -I.-pari!,,,i,t .
- I'eli -, n w t r n c l o r m T h o m a s R y a n , ' 3 4 : A b s o l u t e l y n o t .
It w o u l d s h o w l a c k o f a p p r e c i a In- g u i d e MI t h i s l u i . i ,
-tupped
t i o n a n d r e s p e c t t o r e m o v e Unbe
home
of
Robert
i i i r i i - - ii
g u i s of f o r m e r c l a s s e s .
s t u n " i t h e Us
llie s u r r o u n d i n g s a n d
William Nelson, '34: N o ; because
I'd r a t h e r s i t a n d l o o k a t t h e m
Iban study.
died M \ . \ .
K e n n e t h C h r i s t i a n , ' 3 5 : I t w o u l d bean artistic c r i m e ; t h e w i n d o w s
ukriglil ,
I. nd d i g n i t y a n d b e a u t y t o a linewer
loll,
• h o p e I.
b r a r y o,f w h i c h w e a r e a l l p r o u d .
a t i o n ui Im
I en and w
After
w a t c h i n g t h e last
varsity Berneva Reynolds, '36: Yes. T h e
ant . . i n ! 11
We I
n i i i n v a l of t h e w i n d o w s
would
g a m e of t h e s e a s o n i n t e r - c l a s s p l a y u-der i
i a.
ipli
do away
w i t h t h e n e c e s s i t y of
e r s a r e of t h e o p i n . o n t h a t
they
Ii..rl
i.s n
pulling on the lights d u r i n g dim
could not have missed as m a n y set
lur
iiistur
mornings.
shots as the varsity
d.d in t h e
l.il
pu.pl.
and
lln
Butler,
graduate:
Stained
Montelair-State
game.
Passwork Jerry
l a t e I'.iuidi
g
lass
windows
seem
distinctly
was erratic, and the players h a d the
lllihl-.tl I. ill • | e. ine. B i n
" l i t " f p l a c e in a l i b r a r y .
One
proverbial 'butter lingers."
It n
have uevei
could obtain t h e s a m e
contrast
cus.omary to improve with
praclere we
-t
b \ w e a r i n g a p a i r of r u b b e r b o o t s
l e r s l a n ii
t.ce a n d e x p e r i e n c e , b u t t h e v a r s i t y
u ith a f u l l - d r e s s s u i t .
d.d t h e o p p o s i t e in t h e l a s t half oi
V.
lo t h e
the
made
,te-p in o r g a n i / n : g
iiioiie->
i b a s e a plot
been
of a d o r i n i t o r . '
major
fur
March
one bundled
p r o j e i t whii Ii h a s long
ation.
mi
ill
taken
a n d lit- j w h i c h
M i s s M i n n i e II. S c o t l a n d , a s s ,-t
ant
instructor
of b i o l o g y ,
guided
the
first
journey through
Havana
t e l l i n g of m a n y l e g e n d s a n d s t o r i e s
f r o m t h e t m e of t h e r e f o r m a t i o n .
1'he
"travelers"
were
particularly
a m u s e d t o " s e e , " a t t h e s t r o k e of
t w e l v e , iii a I ' a v a r i a n c i t y , t h e f a m o u s B u r g o m a s t e r d r i n k in o n e clraf
• h r e e q u a r t s of I ,, r i n a n a h . a s lit
d n l l o n g a.«i i In - a t e h i s c i t y , l-'rom
.
Y.
Till'; SENIOR CA.Ml'AIGX
T h e annual cainpaign
traditions
gasp
in
Vrkrigbt
•k. 73
K
a n y oi
A L I I A N v,
March . , 1933
with ancient
and
iiiin-
park.
will be
to print
PRESS.,
forests
iiigton
Salt in tlu Co-op
T e c b n icraey.
word-,'the
UY THE MILLS ART
Kjllarncy
statue
communications.
PRINTED
from
liavariaii
the
(J I E S T 1 U N
fl-.l'il ;oi u.\t \
will be p r e s e r v e d it bo
does not g u a r a n t e e
gled
sprites
from
have
in u s i n g
p r i n t e d u n l e s s t h e w r i t e r s . ' n a m e s a r e left w i t h t h e E d i t o r i n - C h i e i of t h e N E W S .
Irish
ghosts
SPORT SHOTS
>
jMember)
second class m a t t e r at postolhce, Albany,
The
Hyra,
SPORTS
FINANCE
STA-KK:
the
per year,
anywhere
expressed
l,c-sic
(Jlga
A^Srfev-
Published
Delivered
lluok-
sophomores.
Qjewspjgtr r T
Editorial
Hilda
CLRCULATION
BUSINESS
Alma
Kantor,
Ko.-c K o s c i i h e e k ,
ASSISTANT
'34.
and
Valen-
'leppi-i,
Hurlbut,
the wishes
not enough
a r e sincerely
Williams,
kosc
Florence
Emily
and
Edith
Hoelmer,
Mildred Facer, Edith Garrison, Frances
beth
Smith,
Rowland, sophomores.
Haug,
'33.
and
desires
administration
Ruth
Kus,.s,
Brooks,
Iglesias,
juniors;
Hemes,
Katherine
VVatkins,
Ruth
Smith,
Diane
Roren, and Esther
Anna
and
Alinira
Thclma
EDITORS:
REI'OKTKRS :
Elizabeth
Dunn
EDITORS:
Stetkar,
DESK
Kramers,
hcim,
Harriet
Dan Van Leuvan, and Ruth
Carolyn
and
EDITORS:
ASSOCIATE
the
The
e r a r y s h r i n e s of S c o t l a n d , a s n i e n i b e r s of t h e f a c u l t y a n d
alumnae
l i b r a r y f o r s t u d y p u r p o s e s at this l i m e to w a r r a n t t h e t r a v e l e d
on
an
imaginary
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n t s in
o p e n i n g of t h e l i b r a r y .
t h e L o u n g e of R i c h a r d s o n h a l l F r i A s e c o n d b a l l o t is b e i n g p r i n t e d in t h i s i s s u e , a n d
day and Saturday afternoons,
Feball . s l i i d c u t s w h o w o u l d like t o h a v e i b i s a d d i t i o n a l
r u a r y 2 4 a n d 2 5 . M a n y o b j e c t s o<f
s t u d y a r r a n g e m e n t a n : a s k e d to c a s t t h e i r v o t e t o d a y , a r t , p i c t u r e s , f a b r i c s
and jewelry
s o t h a t a t a b u l a r re-purl m a y be p r e s e n t e d
to D r . from far c o u n t r i e s p r o v i d e d a h a r m o n i o u s a t m o s p h e r e for t h e " t r a v
l l r t i b a e h e r a n d llle C o l l e g e l i b r a r i a n s by M o n d a y .
i lers."
I'bese
wi r e s u p p l i e d
by
m e m b e r s of t h e f a c u l t y a n d a l u m n i
u n d e r t h e d i r e c t i o n of M r s . C .
W'oodard.
A l i ii n :;
E x r . A 1 N S
shown
l'or
SENIOR
Putnam.
in llie
BOOKS:
STYN
Staff
Uxrectai
V. W. C. A. House, 219 Ontario Street, 2 1 1 8 7
tip t o
body.
Students And Alumni Visit Foreign
Countries In Lounge Program Saturday
tea
•I
Is i s -
l.ols
Udwell
was
escellelll
"
o n . . i ai i i.igi , and inlerprela
' " • " . so g
| in i.,,i , , n , | apparenll)
'. " a l ili.il We hoped thai there
« . " n't m a n ) m u r e al h o m e like her
'- ni. , in I >,,iiolme was w r y much at
:
'si
he slag,- and seemed to en
'"'• b i s pill I
I le w o u l d i n d i c a t e p o s
u b i l i l i . s iii ,
(dy ,oles.
Boh Koh
iiisoii w o u l d p r o b a b l y be t h e t y p e
"l
salesman
who
would
devour
laithlully
the "Salesnian's
Digest"
a l o n g w i t h t h e " H o o k of E t i q u e t t e . "
H e was, however, well-suited to the
parti
P«fe3
STATE COLLEGE NEWS MARCH 3, 1933
JUNIORS SELECT
Grover Hotaling Is Varsity High Scorer
RING INSIGNIA
With 89 Points For Basketball Season
BY CLASS VOTE
success, was that over Hamilton,
IIY T H O M A S R Y A N ,
T h e junior class lias selected the
r i n g presented by the Loren- Murchison company of I'lica, K a t h r y n
VVilkins, chairman of the committee, announced recently. This \va
the sample marked munber
"two"
in the choice of lour rings which
the c o m m i t t e e offered to the class
for individual voting.
T h e top of the ring is the stand
ard seal and the shank includes tin
New York State seal with an mi
usual a r r a n g e m e n t of the numerals,
she explained.
T h e riny will In
m a d e up in green or yellow gold.
in three weights and three prices.
O r d e r i n g of the rings will take
place before Master vacation bul
they cannot be worn until Moving- LTp day, May I1).
The
committee
included
Jean
Craigmile, Mary Moore, and William Nelson. Doris Howe was the
sop hoi no re represent alive.
Spoi-ts h'.ditor, WAYS
\verages computed by Ralph 1 tarris, manager of wtrsity basketball,
reveal (irover Hotaling, star forward ..ii the 1AM'M.< ipunlet
as
high scorer for the season with
eighty-nine points.
I totaling who
participated
in nine names, was
el psely pressed
for high
scoring
hoti.irs by Koger
Ihiticroft
who
•cored eiuhlv-six points in eleven
H mies.
('lilt Kail, guard, follows
v, nli lil'h three points.
Stale outsciireil ils opponenls by
alniosi one hundred points, registerinn ' i 7 -' points lo their opponents
275.
Siale's major victory and the
'.ii,' which proclaimed the season a
j;
addressed
a group
of
ARE
president,
teachers
WEEK-END
GUESTS
Nile
Clemens,
'32,
Mead,
'32, were
recent
and
Esther
at
week-end
Keep Beautiful at Palladino's
Kissam . . . . . .
I I,. I.aura ( c ) .
I'M.bit
i iarrell
(,. litmcrofl . .
he Temple ..
ttweseeswfceaciMEsjraesESH^
/HILLS ACT EtQEJX
Ilulger
I I INTINC
Patronize the
AMERICAN C L E A N E R S & DYERS
811A Madison Avenue
TEACHERS
J o h n s t o w n on Monday night.
His
sorority
M-2X
Stale won eight and lost hut topic w a s : " W h a t schools should guests at Phi L a m b d a
three games.
mean to their c o m m u n i t i e s . "
house.
Varsity players and their total
scores for the season are as follows:
gBtagsaHegasaeasatatawBtaat^^
Hotaling . . .
K. liancrofl
Hair B o b b i n g — P e r m a n e n t Waving—pFinger and Marcel Waving
Kail
at Popular Pricei
Allan! . . .
133 No. Pearl St.
R i t z — 8 5 So. Pearl St.
I I No. Pearl St.
Dial 3-4231
Dial 5-2045
Dial 3-3632
lirooks
if W e c l e a n and d y e all k i n d s of L a d i e s '
II
ADDRESSES
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& Men's Wearing
YEAR BOOKS
T I C K E T S
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Phone 4-2287
Appnreljj
Phone 8-0273
Printers
of
the
Stale
College
Sews
ufi b a a v ^ i ^ r c a - ^ u u a a a a a n a a a c j a a a u n a a a c i u '
now it..
Chesterfields are
Milder
W
HEN
you ask a Chesterfield
smoker why that's his hrand — he
generally comes right out flat-footed and
says . . . " I t ' s because They're Milder!"
So we're going to keep on doing
everything we know how to keep them
that way.
That's why we look for and buy the
mildest and ripest tobaccos we can get.
That's why we age them in our warehouses till they're mellow and sweet.
||||
*"*"'"'
We believe that even the shredding
of the tobacco . . . and the quality of the
paper it's rolled in, have a lot to do
with the even-drawing, mild smoke that
people enjoy in Chesterfields.
You can bank on this.. .every method
known to science is used to make Chesterfield a milder, belter-tasting cigarette
that satisfies.
CIltHiteifwIll
Radio
I'ntXItlill
- I'very ni(Jilt ex-
otpt Sunday, Columbia ouun-lo-uuimt
Network.
THEY'RE MILDER THEY TASTE BETTER
© iva, Liw.it/T m M r m TOBACCO Co
esterfield
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS MARCH 3, 1933
Page 4
SEASON ON COURT
ENDSJNYICTORY
HAMILTON MEETS
STATE IN DEBATE
ON WORLD PEACE
THE COLLEGIATE WHIRL
We have the following bit from the Western
1934 WINS POINTS
IN CLASS CONTEST
Reserve
Weekly.
"Resolved, That world peace is
Five seniors at the University of Syracuse walked out of a final
Challenge
Rivals
examination room a few weeks ago because they refused "to compete impossible under an economic cap- F r e s h m e n
italistic
s y s t e m " was the subject of
against cribbers." They turned in their papers unfinished after noticing
to Sing in Assembly
the
debate
conducted
last
l
i
g
h
t
in
that a number of their fellow-examinees were cheating.
on M a r c h 24
the auditorium of I'age hall beThe action of the senior quintet was the impetus for a widespread
tween r e p r e s e n t a t i v e - of Hamilton
student and administrative investigation ai the University. T h e inquiry
13}' T H O M A S R Y A N , '34
Three
points
were awarded to the
college and a State college team
T h e victory over Montclair last revealed the existence of "crib machines," consisting of a yard of onion composed oi J a m e s Dolan, '34, and freshman class Inwards the Interskin
paper,
rolled
at
each
end
by
means
of
thin
sticks
which
can
be
week gives the varsity a record of
Kenneth Christian, MS.
class rivalry cup as a result of the
manipulated in the palm of the hand without attracting notice. The outeight victories and three defeats.
Hamilton upheld the affirmative basketball game between the freshline of a course can be written on one of these machines.
T h e team started off s t r o n g at the
side,
while
Stale
defended
the
negKslablishnicnl of an honor svslem at the 1 nivcrsity was the sugman and the sophomore women
outset oE the season and five straight gestion for a solution.
ative viewpoint.
No formal decivictories in a row over Hartwick
sion by judges was used, but the Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock
audience expressed its sentiments n the Bag,- hail gymnasium. T h e
( t w o ) , St. Stephens, Hamilton, and
Then there is the professor at the |
\ ,.,, ( . ( | .,, , | u , I niversiiv of Bos- n a show of hands at the conclu- 'ward vva- made as a result of two
the Alumni gave indications that the
team would complete the season un- University of Oregon who main Ion suggested that the reason why sion eff t h e contest.
mil of three victories. This is the
tabled
that
all college
students Ghamli left college was thai so
T h e debate last night was one ol ir-1 award made for intcrrlass condefeated.
T h e team appeared to
should be married, saying that the
crack after the Alumni game, how- time spent in chasing the wily " I T " man \ gi id- w , i e a Iter his pill. lic- a scries of four in which a State lesls Ibis vear.
college team
will engage. T h e
ever, and took its first defeat of the would be more aptly coin cried in
other three a r e as follows: A
Tomorrow night the men's teams
season at the hands of Seth Low. studying.
women's
debate
with Syracuse uni- of lliese two classes will meet in a
O n t h e trip to New York, t h e var\\ liicli I, ,\.]- II- In the information
"(lod send me a male ! or mav be
sity w a s able to take only one win I should wail until Christmas."
dial a socielv called the "Wandering versity, T h u r s d a y , March 7, prob- I, iskelb ,11 game, llic v iclor of which
i b e e k s " was established at George ably to be broadcast over the radio will al.so receive three points.
from Montclair, while losing^ to
at the W G Y studios in SchenecBrooklyn Poly, and again to Seth
"My kingdom for a d a l e 1 " is (be \\ ishington uuiversilv. T h e society tady: a debate with Middlebnrv
I Hi l-'riday. March 21, the two
Low. T h e team wound up the sea- cry that co-eds at the I'nivcrsitv of I'diandi left college was that oo college women's debate team and elasse-- will compete in a sing which
son by defeating Cooper Union and Syracuse are uttering, a- they find
one at Kcenc Normal school at w ,11 hi conducted in the regular stuMontclair.
themselves almost
without
dates.
Keene, New Hampshire, on lb, dent a-einhly. This is a result of
They are attempting to formulate
i ehalh I'ge mad, bv the freshman
week cud of April 7.
plan- for the "stimul ilioou" of dates
Coach Baker will announce the with their brother student'-.
ma, -fill in this contest will be
awarding of varsity letters next
Which reminds u- thai lb. -aine
warded live points
T h e songs
College Alumni Group
week. Those eligible for the award might work here, providing 11 I <
which each class will sing a r e : an
\u audience of eight hundred Alare:
Captain Gil Dc Laura, Roger proper "slimulatiou" were apple d.
To Meet In New York M m , m i t e r , a - o n g t o t h e r i v a l d a s - ,
ii iiiian- and college -Hub nl- bean'
Bancroft, d r o v e r Hotaling, Ossy
a concert presented bv the Boston York I ilv branch of the Slate c l "', X
Brooks, Cliff Hall, Hill Allard, I bid
hrough hneiidlv Wav-.
>,niph.,nic
bn-cnible, under tb.
Kissam, Ray Harris, lien Boldt,
Lge alumni will be conducled a. I ' '", " , " ; , i l " V; 1 ' ."""H. 1" 11' ' ,,m, : l W
".'K
Jerry Butler, Tom Carrett, and
the
Hotel
I'iecadillv,
Saturdav.! ' , " ' " ' " ' "
'"''.K" ,' . ,' M t ' „l.1"r
association. Mondav mghi in the March II
Ralph Harris, manager of (he var'
•'
"il.-r il desired.
I he
I'age ball audiloriuin.
I he ciiscuisity,
Mr
\rlbur
I'.oolhbv. -up. rin | :A'^
' " ' ; l " '' r M l , ; l u ' " " ' l,l ' l ' M
bl,
,-,,ii-i-lmg of Ii II ii ii members
N
and Ossy
With
Bill Allard
lelldenl of the Mam.in n, , k and j '
" ' '
wa- d i i v c h d
bv k u - c l l
Ames
Brooks caging spectacular baskets
Larcl
in -cl I-. i- hr.nu |, p,T h e advanced d r a m a t i c - , l a to lead t h e attack, the varsity eked
delll and cbairiiian of the piogr
ic a, t c in,,I cout a 2-1-21 victory over New J c r will present i w
b'lirtber d e l a d - will be ainnnm
:
sey T e a c h e r s of Montclair lasl Fri- ,m Tuesdav night at S:l. ,,', lock in
1 it i (1. according t„ Mr- I! --ilia
tin
auditorium
of
i
agi
ball.
I
In
day.
With Montclair leading by
i Iriliuni r. 'nil. cxci ut v c -, en••
S\ mpli. HI x orehe-tra. and • I the association.
one point in the last minute of plav. ca-l ,il the lir-l plav win, b will In
an. '.i-l, in
mi.'
I,, America w ere
Allard took the ball off the back directed H,\ Laura \ r
k u t h i rutcblcv and I lit
I be I'l.i.i Pedagogue will be ,1 s
veral I iirop,-an o r c h e - t r a s
board, pivoted in t h e air and elude-:
'J.A.A.
Campeis Enjoy W.nler
unbilled Saturdav, \pril IS, if all
g the "( one. rt- I olonilc,"
dropped in a basket to give St at. ford Kail, -ophoniore.-; John Strain,
',i(i,
and
loin
l
.
a
i
n
l
l
,
',(
I
I
he
pavmeiilare made bv that dale.
Spurts
On
Snowy
Week-in
, h -tra. I'ari-; lb,- I'arithe victory. Ossy Brook-, after a
William
Collin-, '.i.i. circulat'on
i >pcra I i r c b e - i r a :
Berl n
Wck-elld
canqui,.|
th
fierce scrimmage under the ba-.,k"t coiuiniltce- for tiie plav - in, hide:
advert
sing,
Alvina
i
r,
utlenian,
'.i-l.
manager,
announced
todav. t'ol
I Ipera I In be-lra, and the
ul-'
Mhleti, :i--oci;,tion ncarl
added another basket to sew up ;.
properties, \'eronica ( rovvley, MS;
I, , lion- will be made T h u r s d a y and
nv O r e b e - i r a - oi Vienna
•lie, i-i ded ai becoming - s n o w e d
tie game for State.
Letit a Connelly, '.I I; co-luiues and
l-i- dav. March 2 and .!. at t h e table
ill ' a- about two lei : >,| -n, ,v
T h e varsity which rapidly went inake-up, M i.-s T r e n t b man, '.i i.
oppo-ile the mailbox 11 the lower
drilled in a blinding -l.uiu on I '
r-l group .a numb, r- winch
downhill after the Hamilton game, and boii-e, T h c l m a Smith, '.i I.
, o n idoi ul I miper ball
I'avineu: Miturdav and Sum lav
q bouv plaved m i n d e d an
continued it- poor playing ami at
I'eda.gogm -bouhl he made a
file second plav will be diree'ed
\ lack of -led- and - k m bin j '
" M a i n . e a r of h i g a r o . " hv
no time throughout the game, save
bv Cecelia b o x . '.IT Donald bddv
HI
ip.,-,ihle
to
assure
an earlv
dercd ,'ompl, i,. ,-iijnvin, ill of lb
'
., I,,,!|,-i -aui.- bv Kanieau:
in the final minutes of play, dis- '.14, will plav th part ol leffrev,
-ilowv vv, ather w ilb llic exi ep
' tiiibiiliou.
- "sviupbonv in B. Minor:'
played the brilliant passwork and the h u - b a n d : Veronica Cr.iwiev. '.ii
aim,'- Hungarian Maliceshooting ability which marked it- Lois, the wife; and M a n \io,,re,
5 and o
\ - a,, , n , o r e t o ,
early season form
T h r e e veter- ',1-1, the maid.
I lu lollowing ,-,„,,
an, tbev plaved
Brabinans,
Captain Gil l)e Laura, CHIT l l l l l t e e - W i l l a - l - t M i - b o x m a k ,
Rail, and Ray Harris were forced up, Helen Danaliv. ',14: advert -me
int
Mo
from the game on fouls. I'oor shoot- Mareelh
Geble, '.i-l;
pi,,p,rlic-,
ing from the foul line by the Mnul ('an dv u K rainrr-, '.i.i: h, m-, , I ,
- n ', . 'I he i hiblreu'elair cagers enabled them to bene\\ e uhi-reer''•'bant,i-l,
fit by only - e v i l of the seventeen
V a r s i t y T e a m Scores Eight T r i u m p h s and T h r e e Minor
Defeats
AUDIENCE OF 800
HEARS SYMPHONIC
ENSEMBLE MONDAY
DRAMATICS CLASS
WILL GIVE PLAYS
TUESDAY NIGHT
ENIOR YEAR BOOK
DISTRIBUTION DATE
WILL BE APRIL 15
free t h r o w - which State contributed, Smith, ' . i l : and lighting. Boil vl,
Bud Kissam sank the l n - t has N'ary. '.il.
I.a
\
kct of the game in the first uuarter
l|, II,e - e ,
but Montclair pulled ahead on - h o t v h l . l i the
by Scherer and Dorfiuan and led at College Choral Group
the quarter by C2. State continued
To Broadcast Progran
it- iitLrior brand of shooting in the
second half, and fumbled the ball
I be M a l e u d b g ,
, bond i
eonsianllv. h'i.ld baskets bv Harris, w i l l b r o a d c a s t a p r o g r a m ,,v, r i .
Allard. Brook-, and free t h r o w - b \ d i o - t a t i o n \ \ I \\ , at >, in m , l a d '
A N N O U N C KS P R O M O T I O N
Kail and Bancroft deadlocked lb. oil I I d a v . M a r , Il 2 I
I I,, pio-.-i ,
-core at half-time, 10-1(1.
Brook- w i l l , o i i l i n m
i r o n : ,i ,in |o i i n ,
1.
made one of the finest baskets oi ,,', lock i n t h e a f t , i i
n
I be g r o u p w b a h w i l l b i n . , , : . , ;
tin- game after eluding hi- in.in on
a, ,,| i ,
will
b, c b o - c n
loan
ih, , ! .„
a clever pivot
\ ! VV
1,1 II. ! ,be p,
I he m , n ' - , h o r n - •.-., 11
Both team- settled down to d o - , , l a - - , - I h i - i- the -e,
I
, ih,
'1
defensive plav in the -eeoud ball s i n g .
late ed
I ' r d a n e made four point - in lb • , h o r n - has br.,.,,!,., , , | , , , ' i „ , .
Ih \ ' l W
, ., o p . ,1,1
period
to give
Montclair
a 17ii I'
Montclair
continue,!
t , h,,|.|
,v, i l b , a m , l a l i . a i "
margin until the middle oi in,
-tb permd v\ In n Bancroft , agi d
_^„
, 1 — r-.f. , _ _ „ _
a basket to give the var-ity tin t p t - 1 *•"••"
edge Stad appeared on it- wav to j
A Cli I ! 'Ki)\l
g
victory when Bro,,k- t,,pp, ,| th, ,
ball in lor two point- .il'h r ,i light J
under tie v -dors' ba-ket, bm
Montclair quicklv ralln d Srherei | I
MEANS MORF.
9
dropped in ., lone field ba-ket fro,,,
the sideline, and I lorfmaii contrib
uti d a foul hot to ; ove Mont, Ian
[1470 B r . n . l w a v
A l l . . , , v . N Y '•!
the b a d W ill
| v two in not, , f-^L-a^^^^^T^v-^v-v,..^,-^ y, y v ...v...v '...^.^„. '„-•_;,i ,y ,-,\ .• v-u,:,ii„M :•. \\ •jy.^v '
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to go, 11,11 Allard raved a - b - t ,o C-1T-.
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givi State ill, u.ai.ie and Brook ,
II
added his ba-k,t
T h e rufcrceing w.i the line-t i:
•e, n on the c u r l tin- vear Mr
, b 11 a
i) i.
Krouiier w bo rel'i r, ,d the conic t
15
declared that both ' c u e gave
of tb, |
r - | .xhiblllou- b, b.i
ii
seen stag, d in a College game
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FULL-FASH ION"
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I Saw Tin- Most
Be i uli j ul New
Shoe Sly Us
}] The Van Heusen ( hnrlcs Company 11
" H o n e s t l y , Helen, tliey
w e r e dreams! I couldn't
resist b u y i n g 1 pairs By
VAN HEUSHN CHARLES
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