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18, No. 8
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STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., DECEMBER 15, 1933
SETH LOW TO VIE
WITH STATE FIVE
Library To Loan Reserve
Books During Vacation
Hooks may he taken f r o m the reserve shelves o f the College l i b r a r y
f u r C h r i s t m a s vacation a f t e r 5:0(1
o'clock Tuesday a f t e r n o o n , and a l l
day W e d n e s d a y , a c c o r d i n g to M i s s
Mary
Klizabelh
Cobb,
College
librarian.
Special p r o v i s i o n w i l l be made
f o r students o f the J u n i o r college
bv p l a c i n g a n u m b e r o f selected
books in r o o m 101 o f D r a p e r b a l l .
T h e hooks m u s t be r e t u r n e d by
y : 10 o'clock, T h u r s d a y , J a n u a r y 4.
A line o f t w e n t y - f i v e cents f o r the
first h o u r o r f r a c t i o n t h e r e o f and
five cents f o r each succeeding h o u r
is imposed f o r each reserve book
not r e t u r n e d on t i m e .
State Varsity Appears Confident
Of Victory in Tomorrow's
Court Encounter
T h e State college v a r s i t y basketball team will attempt to record ano t h e r v i c t o r y to its e a r l y season c l e a n
s l a t e w h e n i t faces t h e s t r o n g S e l h
L o w college f r o m the m e t r o p o l i t a n
d i s t r i c t t o m o r r o w n i g h t in t h e g y m n a s i u m o f Page h a l l at 8:30 o ' c l o c k .
L a s t y e a r the P u r p l e a n d C o l d s u f f e r e d t w o defeats at t h e h a n d s of t h e
S e t h L o w o u t f i t in t w o c l o s e l y c o n t e s t e d g a m e s , l o s i n g by less t h a n
n i n e p o i n t s in each e n c o u n t e r .
The
t w o Seth L o w s e t - b a c k s a n d o u r I n
the B r o o k l y n P o l y t e c h n i c
institute
were the oiilv defeat- recorded on
last season's s c h e d u l e .
1935 TO CONDUCT
DINNER ON MONDAY
CHORUS WILL SING
IN 11:10 ASSEMBLY
PSI GAMMA TOPS
SCHOLARSHIP LIST
New System Omits Vise
On Excuse, Dean States
A new e x p e r i m e n t a l w a y of dealing w i t h the excuse blanks went i n t o effect M o n d a y m o r n i n g at 8 : 1 0
o'clock and w i l l continue until the
end o f this semester.
Dean M i l t o n C. Nelson explained
the plan in the 11 :1() assembly F r i day m o r n i n g . U n d e r this new system,
f a c u l t y members no longer
need to sign excuse blanks. I n case
o f illness i m m e d i a t e l y before o r
a f t e r C h r i s t m a s v a c a t i o n , the blanks
must be signed by the a t t e n d i n g
physician, bv D r . C a r o l i n e C. Croasdaie or Dr. M a t i e Green, College
physicans, o r by the "house m o t h e r "
o f I lie g r o u p house w h e r e the student lives. A student l i v i n g in a
p r i v a t e home must have his blank
signed by the landlady. A n y other
excuses should be c l e a r l v explained
on the blank.
Dr. Candlyn Will Direct Program;
Students to Elect N.S.F.A.
Delegate Today
Presentation o f a p r o g r a m o f C h r i s t mas carols and re-votes f o r a delegate
to the N a t i o n a l Student F e d e r a t i o n o f
A m e r i c a conference in W a s h i n g t o n , I ) .
('., December 2 7 - 3 1 , w i l l take place
this m o r n i n g in assembly in Page hall
a u d i t o r i u m at 11 :10 o ' c l o c k .
Instate-!
l i o n s prepared bv the student council j
i f o r the delegate w i l l he listed bv ( i r e u - i
| fell K a m i , '3-4, president.
F o l l o w i n g a c u s t o m o f the past scv- I
eral vears, Hie College c h o r u s , under I
the d i r e c t i o n o f D r . T . F r e d e r i c k I I .
Can illy ii, head of the music d e p a r t m e n t , j
w ill present a p r o g r a m o f ( h r i s t i n a s
c a r o l s . The live carols to be g i v e n are : j
"AI
M i d n i g h t , a S u m m o n s t 'ame,"
Beta Zeta Follows with 1.59 Rating;
Tabulation also Includes
Non-Sorority Groups
Psi Gamma s o r o r i t y w i l l be the
g u a r d i a n o f the I n t e r s o r o r i t y scholarship cup f o r the c o m i n g year, since i t
ranks first this year on the s o r o r i t y
scholarship list w i t h an average o f 1.63,
according to M i s s E l i z a b e t h V a n D e n b u r g h , r e g i s t r a r . T h i s is the second
time that Psi G a m m a has won this
honor. I t headed the list f o r the vear
l ( )2 ( J-1930 w i t h an average o f 1.50.' D r .
A . K. I l n i b a c h e r , president w i l l present
the cup this m o r n i n g i n the I I :10
assembly.
I lean X e L o i i slated that students
should be f a i r a
1 their absences,
as the College is very reasonable
I'uiH'eriiing l e g i t i m a t e excuses.
C o a c h Maker s t a l e d i n an i n t e r v i e w t o d a y that he w o u l d p r o b a b l y
use the same syste
I" plnv - a m i William Jones Will be Chairman; , m ,| "Sleep, Little' Dove," of French
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"Christmas" Will be Theme
origin, "The llolh ami ilie I v v." and'
u t i l i z a t i o n of the t o t a l siptad of p l a y
ers in t i n ' g a m e I o n i u m i\v n i g h t .
of Cafeteria Meeting
| "Wassail Song," of Lnglish origin.
" >ger ISaneroft, '3-1. c a p t a i n , r.
\ re vole w i l l be taken belv an W i l
m e n t e d that t h e t e a m " i n no w a v j
T h e j u n i o r class w i l l conduct its l i r s l f m |
A l l a r d and D o r o t h e a w a h a g n i i ,
e n t e r t a i n s a c o m p l e x because o f last t class iliuuer f o r tln.s >ear M
lav night j u n i o r - , l o r d c h g a l c l<i the n i n t h an
,,al c o n v e n t i o n o i the N . S . F . A . l o
season's t r o i t n c i n g s b v t h e S e t h L o w a l 5..in o'clock in die c a f e t e r i a
cpiintet."
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common
I l i M e d h a l l . NN'illiam J o i i c - w i l l be the be conducted December J7, _aS, _"). 30 |
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u n c i a l chairman.
and 31 in W ' a s h i n g l o n , I ) . C. T i e ivw>
Christmas P r o g r a m W i l l Feature
o n last ) car's d e f e a t , " r a n easily tin
Faculty g u e s t , w i l l h.
Miss Helen received the t w o h i g h c s l nuiuber ..I
O n e - A c t Play, Readings, and
d e r s t a m l t h a t the i
" t i e o f a n y t e a m I I . M o r e l a n d , dean o f w o m e n ; D r . u ,-, ,'„ ; b M 1 l l | , | , F r i d a y m o r n i n g .
Favorite Carols
c a n n o t m a i n t a i n its i n t c g r i t v a f t e r H a r o l d W . T h o m p s o n , pro lessor o l
A l l a r d is v ice president o f the j i n i i
undergoing
a junior
week-end and F n g l i - h . and D r . lames I I . Palmer, ,-la-s and i - general c h a i r m a n ol ilie
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T h e s , ; „ a d m e m b e r - w h o w i l l -cc and (, m l fell K a m i , senior-., and n a m
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s e r v i c e in t o m o r r o w ' - i m b r o g l i o are her- o f M y - k a n i a . senior honorarv so ; m , | , , , , „ , , „ , , , „ . , . „ „ | ., ,,,, ,'„|„ ,. ,,, l l u
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K o g c r I l a n c r o f t , ( i e o r g e P a n , r o i l , ciety, class g u a r d i a n s , w i l l attend.
i r e - h i n a n b a - k e l h a l l learn in h i - h . - l
7 :3IJ o'clock in the L o u n g e .11
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WILL BE SUNDAY
ip l i n r n e l l , l-,| Dc T e m p l e ,
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Ossv l i r o o k s , Cliff K a i l , lerrv
v o l , a n d K. H u d i l l e s t o u .
A d m i s s i o n to t h e g a m e w i l l be by
p r e s e n t a t i o n of - l u d e n i l a x l i c k e l or
p a y m e n t of f o r t e c e n t , . D a n c i n g w i l l
f o l l o w the gam.-. M n-ie w i l l be f u r
l u s h e d hv l i i l l l o n e - a n d his Plav |„IV.,.
Junior College Group
Ilela / e t a ranks second w i t h an average o f 1.5';, w h i c h is .04 l o w e r than
thai o f Psi C a m i l l a . Past vear IJeta
/.ela ranked l i r - l w i t h a 1.5b" average.
This sorority was first u n t i l three years
ago w i n I I P-i ( .annua received the
highcsl honor-. T h e next vear, 19301'i.il. Kappa D e l i a headed the list.
Kappa Delta i - t h i r d on the list this
yi ar w i t h an average o f 1.50. T h i s is
a gain of .II.D over la-t vear, when it
fell to tenth place.
I a-i vear C a m i l l a K a p p a Phi ranked
si m u d , but t i n - \ ear has fallen lo Ihir •
leeiilh place, w h i l e F l a P h i , in t h i r d
place la-t vear. now h o l d - the L i t place.
Il has been t h i r d on the l e t l o r four
vear-, three of w h i c h were e o n - , , nth e.
Pin I anihda has risen f r o m n i n t h place
last vear to f o u r t h this vear.
Die I n t e r s o r o r i l v
scholarship cup
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m a n . pi e-ideu. o f the class, w ill s,,eak. K a p p a , m e n ' - e d u c a t i o n a l f r a l e r n i l v
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N.S.F.A. Convention To Be December 27-31;
Council Lists Instructions for Delegate
French System of Examinations Develops
'Thinking, Not Facts,' M. Desclos Declares
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a l i o i i s , T'ln-i. D o c t r i n e and P, a,
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ing mi tin- d e l e g a t e s i n t h e a n n u a l N a t i o n a l S t u d e n t
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"A s h a r k , " C a p t a i n Y o u n g tells u s , "is a m u s c u l a r
m a r v e l . P r e d a t o r y , fated t o be ever h u n g r y , roving,
relentless, a s h a r k n e v e r sleeps, n e v e r lets u p his ceasel e s s s w i m m i n g t h r o u g h t h e s e a ; f r o m t h e m i n u t e h e is
b o r n , b e m u s t k e e p t h a t g r e a t t a i l m o v i n g , fins f a n n i n g ,
a n d h i s u g l y face c o n s t a n t l y o n w a t c h for food."
Captain Y o u n g goes on to discredit the popular
s u p e r s t i t i o n t h a t s h a r k s f o l l o w s h i p s w h e n t h e r e is
s o m e o n e s i c k a b o a r d , i n h o p e s of g e t t i n g t h e d e a d b o d y .
V e r y s e l d o m d o c a d a v e r s m e e t s u c h a fate, for t h e
bodies a r e w r a p p e d l i g h t l y in c a n v a s a n d w e i g h t e d s o
t h e y w i l l s i n k r a p i d l y t o t h e b o t t o m . T h e d e s c e n t is
I bus so sudden that the shark doesn't have an opportunity t o attack. A shark might, however, follow a ship
f o r d a y s , s i m p l y t o d e v o u r w d i a t r e f u s e is t h r o w n o v e r board.
Captain Y o u n g also discredits t h e theory that t h e
o c t o p u s is t h e s h a r k ' s w o r s t e n e m y . T h e s a w f i s h is m o r e
deadly because with his saw-like beak he can actually
p i e r c e t h e h i d e of t h e g r e a t fish.
T h e book contains m a n y exciting a d v e n t u r e s with
t h e s e f e r o c i o u s r e l a t i v e s of M o b y D i c k . C a p t a i n Y o u n g
i n c l u d e s s t o r i e s a b o u t a l l k i n d s of s h a r k s : s m a l l o n e s ,
large ones, y o u n g ones, a n d old ones.
O n e i n t e r e s t i n g f e a t u r e , b e s i d e s t h e c o v e r half b o u n d
in r e a l s h a r k h i d e , is t h e m a n y p a p e r s a n d d r a w i n g s b y
I lelen Sewell. Captain Y o u n g also includes sonic g r u e some pictures s h o w i n g shark bites a n d bruises on h u m a n b o d i e s , a n d p h o t o g r a p h s of s h a r k s in c a p t u r e .
N o Retreat. By H o r a c e G r e g o r y . H a r c o u r t ,
a n d C o m p a n y , N e w Y o r k C i t y , $ 1 . 7 5 . 51 p a g e s .
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Is of m y t i s s u e s m a d e . "
T h i s is f r o m o n e of f o u r p o e m s i n c l u d e d in No
Retreat
w r i t t e n by H o r a c e G r e g o r y t o h i s d a u g h t e r , e x p l a i n i n g h i s
love f o r h e r a n d h i s p h i l o s o p h y of life. H i s l o v e is n e i t h e r
in e a r t h n o r s k y , b u t is a w a l l e d g a r d e n in w h i c h h e r b o d y i s .
L i v i n g is t o o long, h e e x p l a i n s , for t h e i r love to e n d u r e ; y e t
it is a steel c a b l e s t r u n g a c r o s s a s u n s e t s k y .
A m o n g t h e o i l i e r p o e m s in t h i s c o l l e c t i o n w e find " N e w
Y o r k , C a s s a n d r a , " which, t r u l y r e v e a l s i h e r e s t l e s s c o n g l o m e r a t i o n t h a i typifies c i t y life. G r e g o r y s e e m s a l m o s t
u l t r a - m o d e r n in b i s p r e s e n t a t i o n , e s p e c i a l l y in t h e line,
" T h e y say M a c b e t h embezzled funds, t h e
m a r k e t fell t o o s o o n , t o o s o o n t h e b a u d s of
Christ withered on the cross."
By t h e d i v e r s i t y o f h i s a n a l o g i e s a n d r e f e r e n c e s o n e
d i s c o v e r s t h a t H o r a c e G r e g o r y is v e r y well r e a d .
" ( i i v e C e r b e r u s a n u n e m p l o y m e n t w a g e , t h e d o g is
hungry,"
" N i g h t i n g a l e V e n u s , b r i g h t B e a t r i c e s h a l l sing t o n i g h t , "
or even
" T h e y s a y t h e r e d a r m of t h e P r o l e t a r i a t s w i n g s ,
H a m m e r a n d S i c k l e , a q u a r t e r m o o n in t h e s k y ,
T h e d o g s t a r c o m e t s leap . . ."
Unusual a r e his combinations of words. F o r e x a m p l e
we find in " A W r e a t h f o r M a r g e r y " : fiery h a i r , s t a r l i n g
eyelashes, bucolic blue, W i s c o n s i n s u m m e r skies, d a r k
catalpas, and forgotten seasons under snow.
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p o e m s . I lis o t h e r b o o k , " C h e l s e a R o o m i n g H o u s e " , w r i t t e n
s o m e y e a r s a g o , typifies h i s r e a c t i o n t o t h e t e r r o r a n d f r u s t r a t i o n of living in a l a r g e c i t y . In h i s s e c o n d b o o k , b o w m e n , t h e m o d e r n city r e m a i n s in t h e f o r e g r o u n d ; y d t h e
terror and frustration are gone
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of i n s t r u c t i o n s which ii ss ill p r e s e n t
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p l a c e e x i s t s . O t h e r s a p p a r e n t ! ) a r e m a i n l e r e s t c d in Ihe I Jin- s h o u l d a h . , , n o t l o r g d t h e l a l e s l t h i n g ill b i o g r a p h )
p l a c e , for w h e n t h e ) r e c e i v e n o t i c e s in t h e studeitl mail
Stefan Zwcig's Marie Antoinette.
In.x, t h e ) p i o m p l l ) d i s r e g a r d t h e m M a n y l i m e s , i u f o r m a
( liu- is i i s u a l h s o b u s y p i , k i n g o u t p r e s e n t s for
lion i s s u e d by ibis oflice is U T > i n i p o r l a n t , b o t h to t h e | nt h e r s d i a l h e s e l d o m h a s t i m e l o t h i n k a b o u t g i l t s
b u r e a u a n d to t h e i n d i v i d u a l W i l f u l n e g l e c t of llu uiul j h e m i g h t r e c e i v e . W e l l , w e h o p e I li.it S a n t a I kills will
l e r c a u s e s iniich b o l b e r a n d . M a y .
b r i n g y o u g o o d b o o k s , w h e t h e r t h o s e o i l o u r list o r n o t
t h e Pedagogue,
College
Echo,
a n d t h e Lion
which
H e n r y E m e r s o n A d a m s , '93, editor-in-chief o f t h e
looked f a r b e y o n d in t h e S t a t e college h i s t o r y w h e n h e stated, " W e p r e d i c t
f o r it a b r i g h t b e g i n n i n g , a f u t u r e w i t h a s t e a d y i n c r e a s i n g l i g h t , a life of c o n stant growth."
S o m e opinions of these students o f literary w o r k but very l e w p h o t o forty years a g o a r e not dissimilar to graphs.
Since then, a yearbook h a s
t h o s e e x p r e s s e d b y u n d e r c l a s s m e n n o w . been p u b l i s h e d r e g u l a r l y . T h e 1912 i s E a r l y i s s u e s o f t h e Echo c o n t a i n s u c h sue, w h i c h w a s t h e first to b e a r t h e
s t a t e m e n t s a s t h e s e : " H a v e c o u r a g e , n a m e Pedagogue,
contained only p h o the h o l i d a y s a r e n e a r l y u p o n u s " a n d t o g r a p h s . T h e 1913 book includes a
" W h o a r e t h e co-eds of this institu- picture of the championship class bastion, t h e ninety a n d nine o r t h e o t h e r ketball (cam of which Dr. Minnie S c o t lost o n e ? " l l w a s in t h e i s s u e o f D e - l a n d , ' 1 3 , n o w a s s i s t a n t p r o f e s s o r o f
c e m b e r , 1893, t h a t t h e f o l l o w i n g c o n t - b i o l o g y , w a s c a p t a i n .
inents o n a social g a t h e r i n g a p p e a r e d :
F i v e y e a r s l a t e r , tlie Pedagogue
con" T h e y o u n g l a d i e s , r e a l i z i n g t h e f a c t t a i n e d a n " H o n o r R o l l " section d e d i t h a t N o r m a l c o l l e g e s t u d e n t s h a v e f e w c a t e d to " O n e w h o i n n e r t u r n e d h i s
o p p o r t u n i t i e s for social e n j o y m e n t , e x - back, but m a r c h e d breast f o r w a r d , " t o
t e n d e d i n v i t a t i o n s t o a n u m b e r of t h e c o m m e m o r a t e s t u d e n t s w h o w e n t t o
y o u n g g e n t l e m e n in C o l l e g e a n d e n t e r - w a r , D u r i n g t h i s p e r i o d , t h e R e d C r o s s
t a i n e d t h e m in a m a n n e r w h i c h , f o r t h e a n d t h e C o n s u m e r s ' l e a g u e w e r e c o u n t t i m e b e i n g , b a n i s h e d all t h o u g h t s o f ed a m o n g t h e a c t i v i t i e s of S t a l e c o l s t u d y . — T h e y p a s s e d a r o u n d a p l a t e lege. T h e first a n d o n l y b o o k t o b e
c o n t a i n i n g b l a n k c a r d s a n d i n s t r u c t e d d e d i c a t e d to a n o n - f a c i i l t v m e m b e r w a s
t h e g e n t l e m e n t o d r a w o n e . B y h o l d i n g t h e 1919 i s s u e . It w a s d e d i c a t e d t o
t h e c a r d s t o t h e light e a c h g e n t l e m a n T h e o d o r e R o o s e v e l t .
d i s c o v e r e d t h e n a m e of t h e l a d y w h o m
L
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biggest unifying force rellecting C o l - I t f j j O
lege activities, interests u s — a s outsiders must know us." H o w e v e r , upon o r -
ganization
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STATU
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N K W S in 1910, it g a v e u p its n e w s d e p a r t m e n t , a n d s p e c i a l i z e d in s t o r i e s , e s - I
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says, plays, a n d poems
In 1918, it w a s j u n i o r s T o R e t a i n T r a d i t i o n B e g u n
r e n a m e d t h e Quarterly,
but regained
,,
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L a s t Y e a r b y C l a s s of 1934,
its o l d title t h e /:"(7KI in 1929.
Allard Announces
T h e . W o n , t h e p r e d e c e s s o r of t h e i
Pedagogue,
the State \earbook, was
first p u b l i s h e d in 1900. it w a s d e d i c a t - j
ed lo D r . W i l l i a m l a m e s Milne-, p r e s i M e m b e r s of t h e j u n i o r c l a s s will
d e n t of t h e C o l l e g e . W i l l i a m A . R a n - -elect a 19.15 P r m i i (Jueeii w h o will
ney, '00, w a s e d i t o r - i n - c h i e f a n d busi- preside over the annual formal d a n c e
u e s s m a n a g e r , w h i l e M i s s Kiinicc A . I " he c o n d u c t e d by t h e c l a s s F r i d a y
I ' e r i n e , ' 0 0 , n o w b e a d o f t h e A r t d e - ' l i g h t , F e b r u a r y 9, in t h e A u r a n i a c l u b ,
p a r t m e u l , w a s s e c r e t a r y , ll w a s a n e n - W i l f r e d A l l a r d , g e n e r a l c h a i r m a n o i
t e i p i i s i n g h o o k , c o n t a i n i n g l a r g e pic ' j u n i o r w e e k e n d a c t i v i t i e s , a n n o u n c e d
l u r e s of t h e f a c u l t y a n d o f t h e s e n i o r s , I t o d a y . T h e t r a d i t i o n of s e l e c t i n g a
h i s t o r i e s - a n d p i c t u r e s o f t h e c l a s s e s a n d s o v e r e i g n lo r e i g n o v e r t h e P r o m w a s
o l tin f r a t e r n i t i e s , a l i t e r a r y s e c t i o n , i i n n o v a t e d l a ? t y e a r by tlie c l a s s o f 193-1.
a n d a d e s c r i p t i o n o f t h e v a r i o u s a c t i v i - C a t h e r i n e K e a r n e y a n d Lucille M a n ties. " T h e T w e n t i e t h C e n t u r y B i c y c l e " t i n g h a v e been n a m e , I a s c o - c h a i r m e n
c l u b , " o n e of t h o s e a c t i v i t i e s , is f u r t h e r of t h e c o m m i t t e e o n a r r a n g e m e n t s for
e v i d e n c e of t h e a m b i t i o n of t h e C o l t h e s e l e c t i o n of a P r o m (Jueeii.
T h e junior w o m e n receiving second
l e g e s t u d e n t s a t t h e liiru o f tlie c e l l - j
t u r y . Y o u n g m e n a n d w o m e n of t h e I a n d t h i r d p l a c e o n t h e ballot will s e r v e
c l u b w o u l d , mi a S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n , | a s a t t e n d a n t s t o t h e (Jueeii, a n d t w o
c y c l e lo s o m e h i s t o r i c o r b e a u t i f u l spot o t h e r s w ill a s s i s t I l a r r i e l t e < i o o d e t i o w ,
a b o u t A l b a n y . It w a s g e n e r a l l y c o n - '•'•*., P r o m (Jueeii last \ e a r , in t h e c o r o e e d e d t h a i tiie o r g a n i z a t i o n w a s " o n e - n a t i o n of i h e n e w r u l e r .
of t h e most r e a l i s t i c a n d e n e r g e t i c
T h e d e c o r a t i o n s al t h e A u r a n i a club
c l u b s e v e r e s t a b l i s h e d in t h i s i n s l i i t i - will f e a t u r e t h r e e c u l m ' s , p u r p l e , j a d e
lion."
a n d w h i l e , a c c o r d i n g to l.ucile l l i r s h ,
T h e AViiii, h o w e v e r , w a s a financial
failure, a n d because of this
liter'
c l a s s a t t e m p t e d lo h a v e a v e a r b o o k i n n
til 1 9 1 1 , w h e n ()„r Pool,- w a s p u b l i s h e d
wuh Helen Bennett, '11, a s editor-in.lined a l a r g e a m o u n t o f
' T i e n Ii ,-
Calendar
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todas.
r c p r i s e u t a l i w , of oilier c o l l e g e s . T i n s
faculty
list
Echo,
11 :ln
Shi
in J u n e , 1892, a n d c h r i s t e n e d The Normal
present day students know.
S h a r k ! Shark!, by Captain William E. Y o u n g as
told t o H o r a c e S. M a z e t , F . R . G . S . G o t h a m H o u s e ,
N e w Y o r k . 287 p a g e s . $4.00.
e l l d c a s o r In aid t h e s t u d e n t In s u g g e s t i o n s of p o s s i b l e p r o
c e ' i u r c s a n d topics for d i s c u s s
founded
stand above the other p u b -
F r o m the combination literary magazine and College
g r e w ( h e S t a t e C o l l e g e N K W S , t h e Echo,
—
Beatrice
B u m s and Elizabeth Premer, juniors. BUSINESS S T A F F : William
Davidge, Edith Garrison, Frances Maxwell, Alma Quimby, juniors.
(Charter
(Editor's
note:
This xveek, ihe State College
N K W S presents
the first in a
series of articles
relating
Ihe development
of_ student
publications
at Stale
college. The first, written
by Hilda
Heines,
'35, junior
associate
alitor,
recounts
of ihe "Echo"
and the
"Pedagogue.")
Ihe history
STAFF
M A R I O N C. H O W A R D
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'Echo/ Founded 1892, Is Oldest Publication,
Research Conducted by 'News/ Discloses
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Thursday, January 11
c h a i r m a n of t h e d e c o r a t i o n s c o m m i t t e e .
T h e c o m p l e t e c o m m i t t e e s for t h e
P r o m a m i llieir c h a i r m e n a r e as l o l l o w s : music, William
lone,, chairman, Agues
l.illihridge,
Winifred
Stiehl, a n d l o i n s Bluinberg ; decora
linns, I mil,- I liisb, chairman, C a r l t o n
Coulter, C h a r l e s Alwell, Hilda lleines,
Lillian F a m e , A h x Jadick, and S a m u e l
Spectur:
Hour,
Mil
Idbcrgcr,
chairman,
Mam Toiicm,
Donald
Packard, and /.ascu Mahdesiau; p r o
grains, Julia Red, chairman, M a r g a r e t
Slroiig,
sinan
S m i t h , a n d F.vclvn
R i c h ; h i d - . F s d s n Ma.-hie, c h a i r m a n ,
K l i / a b i ih C i v g o i M l A d v i i I h n i , R u t h
Madden
Valentine Relllnwicil, h i e d
Mul
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l.itioiis, I
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I k i n i c l i u ; d i a p e r , mes, Lois
(lilwell,
c h a i r m a n , A n n a A m s , F.laiuc C u m i n
and F l o u n c e C l a i r i u o i i l . r e f r e s h m e n t s ,
Marion
I h i m nlaii, c h a i r m a n ,
Chili
L-lal
k s , a m i \ \ ilh.mi T a p e s ; p u b
licils,
Dan \ an! email,
chairman.
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e x h i b i t in lln- I , a i ol | | i , ( o l l e g e h i ,
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A s e c o n d g i l l i c c c l l l h l e e c h e d ll)
is a f r a m e d poi trail ,,i
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hllllice Rice M e s s e l i l , '11, for t h e
Alumni council. This poriraii will be
liiui!' iu the library.
D r . A . K. B i u l i a c h e r , C o l l e g e p r e s i
delil, h a s r e c e n t l y
presented
lliirlv
v o l u m e s of c l a s s i c s In t h e l i b r a r y .
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SECTION
"National Collegiate News in Picture and Paragraph"
KING W I N T E R IN PERSON his royal highness, Sir Snowman, rules over the winter
sport activities of the co-eds of Wheaton C ollege, Norton, Mass.
"IT WILL TAKE A LONG CHEER FOR YOU, BIG BOY," says John
Thompson, Butler University cheer leader, to Gene Demmary, lanky Bulldog center. Demmary towers six feet, seven and one-half inches above the
floor, and stretches another three feet with his arms, while Thompson, the
campus chatter box, barely scratches five feet.
CHAMPION DRILL COMPANY—This is the University of Kentucky unit of the Pershing Rifles who are preparing for their third year of succeuful competition. They are the 1933 champions. The sponsor of the unit is Miss
Betsy Frye, popular Kentucky co-ed.
HE TURNED DOWN A SCREEN TEST to continue his law studies at the University of Wisconsin.
Yes, sir, this is Francis A. Werner, who actually
turned down a movie contract.
PLAYING. THE
LEADING R O L E in
Noel Coward's "Hay
Fever," Miss M a r y
Knight (right) is one
of the leading actresses
on the campus of Beloit
College.
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BOUQ U E T S for excellence in dramatics
w e r e awarded to
Miss Sally Pierce
(left), outstanding
co-ed actress at the
University of Michigan.
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DAVY JONES AND HIS FAMOUS DEAD MEN came to life to entertain the prom-goers
at Elmira College. The Davy Jones locker decorations were conceived and executed by this
group of Elmira co-eds.
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A DANCE O F FAR-OFF BALI was performed by this group of students from the Philippine Women's
College, Manila, P. I., for the benefit of Governor-General Frank Murphy at the Malacenan Palace. The
dance was a part of the pan-Pacific day program held in the palace.
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"SHE RUN HIM DOWN"—and now she pleads for
justice. Anyway, here's the "female" lead in the all-male
production given by the engineers at Ohio State
BEAUTY LAURELS have been heaped on FAMOUS PURDUE ALUMNI gathered at the annual homecoming exercises at the Indiana institution. Left to right:
Miss Helene Brown of Iowa State Teachers President E. C. Elliott, Lt. Gov. M. C. Townsend, Rev. J. B. Gleason, Dr. Harlow Shapley, Prof. C. F. Harding, W. L.
College—she is Queen of her college and Batt, Dean A. A. Potter, O. H. Caldwell, and Prof. G. A. Young.
World's Fair Queen's attendant.
Q U E E N O F GRID ENTHUSIASTS
—Miss Delia Farmer (left) leads the
rooters at the Superior, Wis., State
Teachers College.
MOST P O P U L A R co-ed and male
student at the State Teachers College,
Whitewater, Wis., are Miss Florence
Esterl (right) and Donald Stevenson,
(below), chosen by vote of the student
body.
ANOTHER KENTUCKY BLONDE,
they tell us, and this time it's the University of Kentucky cheerleader, Miss
Lucy Jean Anderson (right), a mixture
of pep, enthusiasm, and charm.
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T H E SKY'ii T H E LIMIT when the co-eds at West Virginia University go out for gymnastics. Here is a
group practicing tumbling on the roof garden of the physical education building of the southern institution.
The co-eds are Jean Miller, Julia Ecka/t, Goldye Kahn, and Virginia Ahern.
RAH! RAH! RAH! They all cheer lustily when Miss
Frances Akers leads the yells at Ventura, Calif., Junior
College.
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THEY NEARLY "SPILLED T H E BEANS" for the second annual beanfeed for firstyear men at the University of Minnesota. These three deans served the frosh, and Richard E. Scammon (right), of the Medical School, officially estimated the number of beans
at 34,157. He was assisted by Deans E. E. Nicholson (left) and R. A. Stevenson.
POP WARNER'S FIRST LOVE—at least in the automotive field—is this 1919 "onehorse chaise," upon which he is working so diligently. The Temple University coach has
a bigger and more modern car, in addition to this one.
pwi.dei,w. E««.in( BUii«m Photo
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KNITTING B E T W E E N ISSUES—and between classes—is the favorite occupa
tion of many members of the Blue and Grey staff at Hood College, Frederick, Md
Did someone say something about hooking somebody?
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WHO'S AFRAID—of Charlie Daschund. who diligently
guards Prof. Malcolm Willey, recently appointed assistant
to President Coffman of the University of Minnesota.
ASTRIDE HIS FAVORITE MOUNT, Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven, president of the
University of Michigan, is shown as he started out for a morning ride with "Jingles."
He is an irdent horseman.
CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS! Here are tl • captains of the seven co-ed sports sponsored by the
W. A. A. at Culver-Stockton College. Left n right: Evelyn Courtney, hiking; Lethe Berkhiser, base
ball; Margaret Eisenberg, tennis; Marjon ftiOre, volleyball; Juanita Miller, swimming; Lenora
Younger, basketball; Azaline Bozarth. arc he i ; and Helen Carr, director of women's physical education.
• S W A T T E D " FOR T A L K I N G WITH HIS CO-ED M O T H E R — Sophomores
at Washington University saw Edward Hunter, a frosh. talking with a co-ed,
and ordered him paddled, for they didn' t believe that his mother was a co-ed.
*<„,»«< v.,w pbou
Mrs. Maude Hunter is shown with her son, and credentials.
JUNIOR-FRESHMAN WEDDING at Simmons College,
Boston, featuring Ruth Bauer
Constance Dort.
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A W I N T E R S C E N E at Purdue University, showing Eliza Fowler Hall.
" P L E A S E DON'T S H O O T . . ." cries Mary
Wilcox as Katharine Masland gingerly produces -i
six-shooter in a Drexel Institute Dramatic Club
production. The third side of the triangle is
Stanley Wilk.
U P IN T H E
Harvard Univei
action at a rca
K - t h e LaCrosse team of
y goes in for a bit of real
-ractice.
DRUM MAJORS. A T T E N T I O N ! They take les
sons from young Malcolm Craig. Jr at the University of Veimont. He is shown with |ohn J. Millett,
drum major of the R. O. T. C. band
NT
T E R IN ALL ITS SPLENDOR at South Dakota State College in Brookings.
W II N
^Christma^Browsitig^
H
AVE you ever had that disgusting before-Christmas (acting?
You know the one I mean —what shall I buy my room-mate?
Or, what shall I buy the boy-friend (or girl-friend)? That blank mo'*
meitt when you would just as soon jump into the
neat river as look at another gift shop. Along
with a few of our editorial aides, we have taken
> all of the grief out of this year's Christmas buying with a finely chosen (we were going to say
something about a fine-toothed comb, but who ever
heard of combing a book?) list of tomes from which
you may select one for your best professor or your
worst class-mate. So, here goes:
If you go fur Omar Khyyam and choice Chinese and Indian
poems we cannot recommend too highly The Oriental Caravan by
Sirder Ikbal Ali Shah (Claude Kendall, $2.75). A distinct treasurehouse of fine literature, this is a highly appropriate gift selection. If
you wish to continue your line of reading straight down to the turbulence of man and sea, we suggest Mother Sea. beautifully written
by Felix Riensenberg (Claude Kendall, I2.S0), whose characters move
with the restlessness of the waters.
Somewhere we have read of the number of books that make the
depression less trying, but Elmer E. Ferris has added one that should
not be counted in with the regular run of them. Who Says Old!
(Sears) has a cheeriness, a salutory tang that is particularly appropriate to the time of Yule logs and winter evenings. If you wish to
have a little excitement to touch off your evening's reading of the
heavier volumes, a few hours will be entertainingly spent with Congo
Jake in the wilds of Africa. A. C. Collodon (Claude Kendall, $2.75)
takes you through some tight squeeies that will make you wish the
fire would stop throwing shadows on the wall.
UP AND OVER—with Lew Ayres leading, John Mack Brown and Billy Bakewell even up. The
scene is the tennis court at the Hollywood home of Mr. Ayres.
N OLD newspaper slogan tells us that
A
"names make news," and Ruth Stewart
has capitalized on this in her latest, Capital
City (Sears, $2.00). To most of us the life,
of a reporter is particularly fascinating, and
when we meet the "big shots" of the world
in the pages of this book, it becomes doubly
so. Yes, we suggest this for an after-study
reading hour.
In case you didn't know it, there is a line
between the good and the bad in the city of perpetual Worlds Fairs,
and Arthur D. Welton tells you all about it in The Line Between
(Sears, $2.00), a gentle little tale of the men and women that one meets
in this center of the wild and wooly west. And of
course, dual personalities are always interesting. A
far cry from the hustle and bustle of Michigan Avenue is a little town in merry England where
Duchess Laura lives in her own quaint fashion. As
conceived by Mrs. Bellor Loundes, Dutchess Laura
— Further Days ol Her Lite (Longmans, Green,
$2.00) is a real study of the nobler class.
We knew it! One just can't evade it. We mean
all of the hullabaloo that has been raised during
the past year or so. And Ursula Parrott has
brought it all to us in The Tumult and the Shouting
(Longmans, Green, $2.00), along with the revelation that it all started
way back in 1877 in a famous Boston family history. There Ought to
be a Law against such things, you may feel, but William Seagle
thinks that there ought to be a law against useless laws, and he tells
you why in his new book (Macaulay, $1.25), a compilation of ridiculous legislation, fascinatingly illustrated by William Cropper.
down to the more serious things in life (one must do
G ETTING
that in a column once in a while, you know), there are four tomes
that you should consider when buying something for father, or a favorite professor, and we might include also, just any ordinary man.
We are talking about The Edwardian Era, by Andre Maurois (Appleton-Century, $3.00); Charles the First, by Hilaire Belloc (J. B. Lippincott, $4.00); Mary Queen
ol Scots, by Eric Linklater (Appleton-Century,
$1.50); and An American Colossus, by Ralph Edward Bailey (Lathrop, Lee & Shepard, $3.00). In
these four presentations we find a bit of history in
the making told through the lives of four of the
greats. Mr. Maurois is particularly witty in his
new biography, one of the best that he has turned
out to date. Mr. Belloc has successfully evaded
dullness and boredom in his tale of King Charles,
and the reader will find him inspiring and enjoyable throughout. Mr. Linklater presents Queen Mary in all of her
glory, with all of her activities carefully recorded. It s minus hooey,
and is straight from the shoulder. Accurate historical facts and
sound reasoning evolve into a work that is truly great in Mr. Bailey'*
presentation of the life of Alexander Hamilton. This is particularly
timely in this period of increased interest in government.
You're right — absolutely right. We cannot go through a season
without at least one anonymous volume on the life of some anonymous writer. This time it's an anonymou.. autobiography, Hough
Hewn (Appleton-Century, $2.50), and we suggest that you follow its
tragic, humorous, and exciting events carefully. As Hough Hewn is
the autobiography of one in our midst, Winner Take Nothing is a series of sketchy biographies, all rolled up into one gloriously gory volume by that master, Ernest Hemingway (Scribners, $2.00). A collection of sharp, straightforward stories, it holds a sinister fascination
that tells us to urge you to go right down to the corner bookstore
and grab up this new collection of short stories.
LAYING THE CORNERSTONE of the Woman's Athletic Association cabin on Lake Dallas at
the Texas State College for Women. The cabin will accommodate 75 students when completed.
DIGNITY ™
F L E E S
when the
student lead- 1*
ers at t h e
C o l l e g e of
the City of
New Y o r k
(evening session) abandon t h e i r
campus.
ms
I THEY ALL
W O R K at
L e e s - McRae College.
At left they
are s h o w n
j u s t before
they installed the college's n e w
heating
plant.
THEY KIDNAPED THE RAM of Fordham
University just before the N. Y. U.-Fordham
game. Here are the N, Y. U, students just after
they were "captured,"
A,
J
ACOB WASSERMAN again demonstrates his ability as a storyteller in his latest volume of Jewish Lore, The Dark Pilgrimage
(Liveright, $2.50). His account of the re-incarnation of a 17th century prophet who had betrayed his people is one that will prove fascinating, as well as instructive. Four stars for this, and it's a grand
gift selection.
Hollywood, Tia Juana, Agua Calicnte, Malibu, Colon. What glorious pictures these words conjure up in the minds of the moviegoer
and the newspaper reader. Can't you just picture the exciting days
and nights spent in these colorful cities. And, by the way, if you're
planning to go travelling, and wish to visit these lands of your
dreams, don't fail, absolutely, to read Incredible Land by that picturesque writer, Basil Woon (Liveright, $2.50). As a
guide book it is excellent, but it is no less a very readable volume for an evening at home on the magic
carpet.
Incidentally, we've forgotten that you may have a
younger member of the family to remember this season,
and we have found just the thing for him (or her) in the
line of books In Pepper by Hugh King I fan is (Lathrot), Lee & Shepani, $1.50) This canine counterpart of
Itlai-k lleauly is the "autobiography" of a lively little
terrier who will soon capture you with his drollness
and lively antics. Speaking of the animal world. Marguerite Stem has a new biography, Spider (Little,
Brown, $2.10), is (he story of the life of Richard Adams,
the composer, told in the fascinating manner of the author of Stallion.
In the vein of rnysteiy and creeping things, granted
that you have a liking for a dash of the thrilling with
a preference for locality, tiy Brand's "Death in a Pop
est" (Kendall, $2.00) which takes you into Central
_ _ _ ^
America, or T. Lund's "Robbery at Portage Bend"
(Kendall, $2.00) a story of the Icebound North and the Canadian Royal
Mounted Police. If your taste is less primeval "The Murder of a
Banker" (Knopf, $200) by J. S. Fletcher should prove diverting.
IN A CAREFREE MOMENT, Miss Dorothy Squire,
editor of the Simmons College
News, attended the Senior
Hobo party.
FOUR HORSE(WO)MEN of Rockford, III., College prepare
for their annual riding show. Our photographer caught them
just as they were starting out on a practice ride.
'I ?
CHRISTMAS CHORALS will be sung on the Dana College campus in Blair, Neb., by the college's famous a capella choir, shown above in their very appropriate
choral gowns.
T H E FAMOUS W E L L HOUSE at Indiana
University
shrouded after the first snow storm of the season.
DOUBLE-RINGERS are the
specialty of Prof. Fred L. Kildow, of the University of Minnesota. He is shown at right giving the journalists a few lessons
in his favorite sport.
T H E GRAND OLD MAN
OF T H E BADGER CAMPUS, Prof. Julius E. Olson
recently celebrated his 75th
birthday. He has been on the
faculty for 50 years.
WINNER AND R U N N E R - U P of the I. A. A. A. A. cross
country championship, Thomas C. Ottey, of Michigan State,
and Joseph Mangan, of Cornell.
Wi.lt World Pho'
Report
MARKS:
(pard
POOR, FAIR, GOOD, OR EXCELLENT
SUBJECT
S. 0. S. ICEBERG: Rod La Roque in an "Ancient Mariner"
wiling with ice and glaciers everywhere.
Some unusual /lying
shots and excellent arctic photography, hut the story's jttsl a lot of
slush,
R
THE PURSUIT OP HAPPINESS:
A soundly amusing romantic
comedy centered about the lore affair of a young Hessian deserter
and a Continental army officer's daughter.
It is thoroughly human
in quality and if you're keen on folklore and the late 1770'i you
cail'l go wrong here.
OUT-OF-DOORS
AND
ATHLETIC
EVENTS
demand that the welldressed co-ed appear in
the latest model coat. At
the left is a swagger coat
that is popular witli the
chic young miss, while at
the bottom left is a popular model for the windy
day. At the right iB a
frock that is admirably
suited for the Sunday
evening tea or the informal reception.
PATTERNS MAV Bit OUliUHliU
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MtMml
114 8, Carroll Hi., M»itl»on, Win.
ICm lone blitiii|m, cotni, munry older
oi < lie. It I..i 20 Miih, lot ouch Mallei n mill ' " I ol iimillnij. I'lctue in
ilitule pjH.ni nuwibii uml nine mi
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EVER IN MY HEART:
Pol gotten war lime hyaena and dead
halites make this /inline fair instead of good, bill the uid little
German song which Otto Kruger sings to Barbara Stanwyck n
worth your quarter.
THE WAY TO LOVE:
Chevalier and lip have elevated ambition of being tourist guide hi home town Pans which Lads to wiles
of unreasonable but entertaining incidents, Ann Dvorak, receiving end of a knife throwing act, supplies the romance, and Nydia
Weslman, a giddy country girls, the iqueeh.
All in all pretty
whimsical and you'd belter see il rrnght
noli!
6*
MEET THE BARON:
If yon hadn't every Thursday night for
the pail ninety-nine years this might be a duelling movie. Ketch
•HI ' (jack Pearl, jimmy Durante, Zasu Pills, 'Ted Healy.)
THE WORLD CHANGES:
The use oj Paul Mum from ,i young
m,m in Dakota to his death al the age (if seventy. Mum's capable
ailing mid the excellent supporting last will) Mary As/or and Ainu
MacMdhtm make this story of meal /lacking vciy worthwhile, and
if you can sit through another three-generation picture without
growing a beard, this is one to see.
SAILOR HEW ARE: By Kenyan Nichulxiu and Charles Robin
sou. What our Navy does in ill spare lime, and don't nuts Sunday
si/mol after seeing it.
G-
IT TAKES HEALTHY NERVES
TO BE THE CHAMPION TRAP SHOOTER
SNOOTING FHOM SCRATCH, 2 5
yard* behind the traps, Walter
Beaver pulled o u t of an exciting tie t o w i n the 34th Grand
American — the first time it has
been w o n by a limit contestantJ
H e has been a steady smoker
of Camels for years, and says:
"I like their taste and mildness
...they never jangle m y nerves."
m m.
1KP *BK I
(Left) "PEOPLE SAV I never have a cigarette
out of my mouth. For years I've been smoking Camels. I like their taste and mildness.
T h e y never jangle my n e r v e s . " . . .Walter
Beaver, trap-shooting c h a m p i o n .
WALTER BEAVER of Berwyn, Pa., wouldn't
be where he is today—holder of the coveted
Grand American Handicap — if it weren't
for his healthy nerves.
"Winning a trap-shooting championship
is partly a matter of luck, partly the result
of practice and partly healthy nerves," says
the champion.' 'I'm a steady smoker and have
been for many years. People kid me about
it at the tournaments. They say I never have
a cigarette out of my mouth. During all
these years I've been smoking Camels, not
only because I like their taste and their
mildness, but also because they never jangle
my nerves."
It's no fun to feel that your nerves are
ragged — and to wonder why. Check up on
your eating... your sleep... your cigarettes.
(Jet a fresh slant on smoking. Switch to
Camels. Your nerves and your taste will tell
you that Camels are a more likable cigarette
— and that they don't upset your nerves.
HOW ARE YOUR NERVES?
If y o u
smoke a lot... i nside... outdoors
. . . w h e r e v e r you a r e . . . j o i n the
swing to Camels. You'll like
t h o s e c o s t l i e r t o b a c c o s in
Camels. You' II lind them milder,
better tasting, and they never
get o n y o u r
nerves.
CAMEL'S COSTLIER TOBACCOS
I'opyrllllil, I Mil,
II J IkyiiulUi TIIIIIUTII Cumpifif
NEVER GET ON YOUR NERVES...NEVER TIRE YOUR TASTE
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, DECEMBER 15, 1933
Y.W.C.A.TOHAVE
Sorority Will Conduct
PARTY IN LOUNGE Tea Tomorrow at 3:00
Gamma sorority will conduct a
TONIGHT AT 7:30 teaPsitomorrow
afternoon from 3:00
The Young Women's Christian association will feature a "Silly Symphony" theme at the card party to be
conducted tonight at 7:30 o'clock in
the Lounge of Richardson hall, The
theme will be carried out in the decorations, refreshments, and prizes, according to Laura Clarke, '35, general chairman for the party.
All students who desire to attend the
party may do so by signing on the main
bulletin board in groups of four, by
3:00 o'clock today. The admission
charge is twenty-five cents.
Miss Clarke's committees include:
publicity, Harriet Ten Eyck, '35;
prizes and tickets, Daisy Bryson, '35;
arrangements, Elaine Baird, '36; refreshments, Sarah Logan, '35; and
decorations, Elsa Smith, '37.
until 5 :00 o'clock at the sorority house,
113 South Lake avenue.
Members of the College faculty and
all sorority members are invited to attend as guests. Miss Helen M. Phillips, assistant professor of English, and
Miss Minnie B. Scotland, assistant professor of biology, will pour.
Edith F.stabrooks, '35, will be general
chairman for the tea. Miss Estabrooks
has appointed the following committees: flowers, Hilda Proper, '34, chairman, and Edna Fehmel, '35; refreshments, Dorothy Lundcn, '34, chairman,
Eleanor Contain, '34, and Ruth Robinson, '36; arrangements, Marjorie Barron, '34, chairman, Katherine Crapser,
'35, and Nina Ullman, '36; flowers,
Elizabeth Whitman, '36, chairman;
and clean-up, Huldah Classen, '36,
chairman.
THE SIDE LINE
After last week's slaughter of the
Madison ensemble, I am abashed for
under-estimating the calibre of our varsity hoop team—tsk 1 tsk I
Although points were not needed, it
was disappointing to see "Sparky"
bungle cut shot after cut shot. "Merely
an off night," says "Banny" (in an interview with a representative of the
State College N E W S ) .
Cliff Rail was not playing up to his
usual style of offense. Three goose
eggs—too many I
Watch "Flash" Kissam and "Speedboy" Stone in the game tomorrow
night. Their floor work and cut shots
in the Drew game were outstanding.
After the exceptionally poor prediction on the opening contest, I think it
might be advisable to remain silent on
future games. However, I predict a victory for the "State Thirteen" by a
margin of seven or more points.
ARE GUESTS
WELCOMES MEMBERS
Week-end guests at Sigma Alpha
K a p p a Delta sorority welcomes
CLUB CONDUCTS PARTY
Dr. J a m e s B. Palmer, professor of sorority house were: Pauline Bader,
The Classical club conducted a education, and Mrs. Palmer into '31, Lillian Nejson, '32, and Elizabeth
McCombs, '33.
Christmas party Monday night in the honorary membership.
Lounge of Richardson hall. The faculty
of the Latin department were guests.
Eyes Examined
Telephone 4-2754
Glasses Fitted
Latin games and the singing of Christ- j
mas carols were the features of the
entertainment. The committee lor the
EYE
GLASSES
party included : Teresa Honest, '34,
OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
chairman; Margaret Hart, '3-1, Jeanne
Humphrey, and Alice Cray, sophoHewitt Building,
Room 10, 61 Columbia
Street, Albany, S: Y.
mores.
IN. P. F R E D E T T E
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Club Will Have Party CLASS WILL GIVE
For Trinity Children
CHRISTMAS PLAY
Canterbury club will conduct its anTUESDAY NIGHT
nual Christmas party for the children
of Trinity institute Tuesday night
from 5 :00 until 7 :00 o'clock, according
to Miriam Wood, '34, president,
This year the party will be given for
forty children from the ages of six to
ten. The program will include games,
refreshments, and presentation of a
gift for each child.
The committees in charge of the
party include: entertainment, Harriet
Ten Eyck, '35, chairman, Elizabeth
Strong and Marjorie Kelly, freshmen;
gifts, Marion Porter, '35, chairman,
Helen Hoke, '34, and Irma Donnan,
'35; and refreshments, Helen Gates,
'34, chairman, Anna Fussik, '34, and
Phyllis Tucker, '37.
The advanced dramatics class will
present a play Tuesday night in the
auditorium of Page hall at 8:30 o'clock.
Ruth Reiner, '35, will direct the play,
the last to be presented by the class
this semester.
The theme of the play centers around
the Christmas spirit, and the action
takes place on Christmas eve. The cast
includes: Peter Steele, Thomas Garrett, '34; Prudence Steele, Jayne Buckley, '36 ; the tramp, Edward Sabol, '37;
and the old man, Edward Oldfield, '36.
The committees assisting
Miss
Reiner a r c : sets, Lucilc Hirsh, '35;
props, Elaine Cronin, '35; costume and
make-up, Agnes Beck, '34; advertising,
Doris Howe, '35; clean-up, Wilfred
Allard, '35; and house, John Bills, '35.
JOHN'S
STRAND BEAUTY SALON
Smart Hairdressing
in All its
Branches
133 No. Pearl S t .
A l b a n y , N. Y.
(opp. Clinton Square)
KEEP
BEAVT1FVL
AT
P A L L A D I N O ' S F O U N T A I N BEAUTY S H O P P E
Hair bobbing
Waves —
Marcels
II No. Pearl St.
Dial 3-3662
Home Savings
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, DECEMBER IS, 1933
STATE TROUNCES
DREW TEAM 51-15
Varsity Cages O p e n
With Overwhelming
O n Visiting
Schedule
Attack
Quintet
CHORUS RECITAL
TO BE JANUARY 10
Junior College to Omit
Annual Vacation Period
S t u d e n t s a n d faculty of t h e J u n ior college will spend their C h r i s t m a s v a c a t i o n in c l a s s - r o o m s t u d i e s ,
according t o a n announcement from
t h e office o f D e a n M i l t o n G . N e l s o n ,
director of the emergency educational unit.
R e g u l a r classes will b e c o n d u c t e d
from
9 : 0 0 until
1 2 : 0 0 o'clock.
Christmas a n d N e w Year's days
will h e o b s e r v e d , b u t o t h e r w i s e
c l a s s e s will c o n t i n u e ( h i r i n g t h e e n t i r e p e r i o d w h e n S t a t e c o l l e g e is
n o t in s e s s i o n .
T h i s plan of omitting t h e holiday
v a c a t i o n will p e r m i t t h e J u n i o r s t u d e n t t o finish t h e s e m e s t e r ' s w o r k by
J a n u a r y , i n a s m u c h a s i n s t r u c t i o n in
the J u n i o r college did not c o m m e n c e
until O c t o b e r .
P r o g r a m at Chancellor's
To
Include
French
Hall
Carols,
Scotch Folk Songs
Collegiate Digest Prints
Picture of Co-op Bookshop
S t a t e c o l l e g e m a d e i t s d e b u t in
t h e Collegiate
Digest
last
week
w h e n a p i c t u r e of t h e H a u n t e d
Bookshop of the College co-operative book store w a s printed on page
five o f i s s u e t e n .
State college, as a m e m b e r of t h e
Collegiate Press association, h a s t h e
privilege of contributing to t h e
Digest;
t h e r e f o r e , in t h e f u t u r e
other College pictures undoubtedly
will b e p r i n t e d .
A s t h e a s s o c i a t i o n is p a r t i c u l a r l y
d e s i r o u s of r e c e i v i n g c a m p u s s c e n e s
a n d p i c t u r e s of s t u d e n t a c t i v i t i e s ,
t h e N E W S sent in v i e w s of S t a t e
b u i l d i n g s , p i c t u r e s of t h e F a s h i o n
R e v u e recently conducted by t h e
Young W o m e n ' s Christian association, a n d of prominent a n d popular
student leaders.
L a t e r in t h e y e a r , p i c t u r e s o f t h e
mascot hunt,
freshman-sophomore
rivalry, and Moving-up d a y cerem o n i e s will b e s e n t .
T h e State college choral
society,
By William Nelson, '34
under the direction of Dr. T . Frederick
T h e P u r p l e and Gold varsity quintet
H. Cantllyn, head of the music departh a d n o difficulty in s e c u r i n g a 5 1 - 1 5
m e n t , will g i v e a r e c i t a l W e d n e s d a y
victory over t h e D r e w university team
f r o m M a d i s o n , N e w J e r s e y , in t h e
n i g h t , J a n u a r y 10, a t 8 : 3 0 o ' c l o c k , in
opening g a m e of the season o n SaturChancellor's hall.
d a y in t h e P a g e hall g y m n a s i u m .
T h e p r o g r a m will b e p r e s e n t e d in
T h e S t a t e t e a m s e c u r e d a slight lead
t h r e e p a r t s , t h e first p a r t c o n t a i n i n g a
of s i x p o i n t s in t h e f i r s t p e r i o d o f t h e
contest. T h e t e a m of L y o n s , G a r n u m b e r of French a n d Fnglish carols,
rett, R . B a n c r o f t , B r o o k s , a n d Rail,
including
three
nch origin,
s h o w e d excellent t e a m w o r k b u t failed
namely: " A t M. ;gh
Summons
to s c o r e e x t e n s i v e l y . A t t h e q u a r t e r
period, K i s s a m , Stone, C a r t e r a n d G.
Came," "Bring a Torch.
nnctte, IsaBancroft were substituted a n d put on
bella," a n d "Sleep, Little D o v e " ; a n d
such a b u r s t of speed t h a t t h e D r e w
two Fnglish carols, " T h e Holly and
outfit c o u l d n o t h a l t t h e w h i r l w i n d
the I v y , " a n d " T h e W a s s a i l S o n g . "
scoring attack which netted
fifteen
points, n o r could they penetrate t h e
T h e s e c o n d p a r t i n c l u d e s folk s o n g s
T h e T r o u b a d o u r s , men's musical o r S t a t e d e f e n s e f a r t h e r t h a n t h e foul line.
g a n i z a t i o n , will p r e s e n t a s e r i e s of by t h e w o m e n ' s c h o r u s , t h e m e n ' s c h o At
the halfway
mark,
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A m y o t , D e T e m p l c , a n d H u d d l e s t o n a r y 6, a t 8 : 0 0 o ' c l o c k in t h e a u d i t o r i u m
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t i n u e d t o b e c o m e m o r e J o p - s i d e d in p a r t i c i p a t e in t h e a n n u a l p r e s e n t a t i o n . y e a r s of a m e n ' s unit of t h e s o c i e t y .
f a v o r of " B a k e r ' s B o y s . " S u b s t i t u t i o n s T h e p r o g r a m will b e v a r i e d w i t h o r - T h e m e n will s i n g " R e a p e r ' s S o n g , " a
The e l e m e n t a r y d r a m a t i c s c l a s s will
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d i n n e r table at a house p a r t y .
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William
lones, David Kroninn, and
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garet Dielz. '3d ; the master. Prank |.
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V i n c e n t D o t i e l u i e . a m i Unix it P o l a n d ,
Students w i l l be a d m i t t e d by pre I I l a r d n i c y e r , '3o;
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l o w s : stage managers, T h u r s t o n Paul,
e a r n l l u e h s. ' 3 d ; |hc odd man, Joseph
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s a m , '3-1; b u s i n e s s m a n a g e r s , K e t e h a m ,
MEN TO PRESENT
VAUDEVILLE ACTS
ON JANUARY 6
CLASS WILL GIVE
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ON JANUARY 16
NEWS NOTES
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'34, c h a i r m a n , C a r l t o n d u l l e r , '35, a n d
G l e n n L ' n g e r e r , ' 3 6 ; a d v e r t i s i n g , AI
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. 311 W e s t e r n ' a w h i l e , I r o n
-I :l«l u n t i l 5 :5h o'clock. M r , M illoii G
Nelson, w i t -e o f D r M i l t o n G. Nelson
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dale. Colleg , p i n ician, assisted M i s M o r e l a m l ii
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seniors, w i l l h;rw- l e a d i n g p a r t s ,
" S h a l l W e l o i n t In L a d i e s ? " T h e c a
is as f o l l o w s : h o .st. D o n a l d f o b i , . '3-:
I.a.h
lane. K m ma Mead. ' 3 d ; S
Joseph, T h o m a s G a r r e t t . ' 3 4 : M r
Preen, \ u g i | s | a Sm o o r , ' 3 d ; M r . \ ail
Donald
Packard . ' 3 5 : M r . Gourl
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Friday,
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Thursday, and
27, 28, and 2 9 at
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v e n t i o n will b e t h e H o t e l
Onondaga.
M e m b e r s of t h e C o l l e g e f a c u l t y w h o
will a t t e n d a r e : D r . A . R. B r u b a c b e r ,
p r e s i d e n t ; D r . M i l t o n G. N e l s o n , d e a n ;
Dr.
James
education;
B. Palmer,
Professor
professor
John
of
M . Sayles,
principal of Milne H i g h school a n d d i r e c t o r of p r a c t i c e t e a c h i n g ; D r . R o b e r t
Frederick, assistant
professor of edu-
cation a n d principal of t h e Milne J u n ior
High
school;
Hicks, director
ment
a n d D r . J.
of t h e c h i l d
Allan
develop-
department.
Miss
Fdna
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personnel
a s s i s t a n t , will o p e r a t e a b u s i n e s s office
at t h e h o t e l f o r t h e p u r p o s e of a i d i n g
u'siting educators a n d principals.
Stale college a l u m n i w i l l e o n , I m i a
dinner meeting at the (lose o f Ihe convention. H a r o l d F r e n c h , '3(1, w i l l be
general c h a i r m a n o f a r r a n g e m e n t s .
'34, W h c c l o c k
William
Rogers,
scholar and president o f the State c o l lege chapter o f K a p p a P h i K a p p a , n a tional honorary educational f r a t e r n i t y ,
w i l l attend the c o n v e n t i o n as the guest
o f the educator's association.
T h e general theme o f the meeting
w i l l he " P r o b l e m s and P.ogress i n
Secondary
K d u c a t i o i i . " O n W'ednes
day a f t e r n o o n the annual meeting o f
Ihe C o u n c i l w i l l he f o l l o w e d by a re
ception to all n u n w h o have n e w l y
assume,! a h i g h school p r i u c i p a l s h i p
this year. D r . A . W . S k i n n e r , o f I h e
Stale I lepai i m e i i i . and I n . n o r a n p r e s i dent o f the association, w i l l preside at
a r o u n d (aide e,,n fereuce to w h i c h anv
member may b r i n g bis problems.
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