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S T A T E COLLEGE N E W S , M A Y 17, 1934
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1934 TO TRANSFER
Freshmen, Sophomores To Continue
Art Council To Have
EMMA ROGERS,
Rivalry In Athletic Contests Tonight FUNDS TO ALUMNI
Party For Try-Outs
GLENN UNGERER
The Dramatics and Art council will
UNDER NEW PLAN
TO EDIT HANDBOOK entertain
Freshman-sophomore interclass ri- Johnston, instructor in physical educaeleven freshmen try-outs for
Emma Rogers and Glenn Ungercr, the 1934-1935 council Thursday night at valry will continue tonight as represeno'clock at the home of Elizabeth tatives of each class vie in a push-ball
sophomores, will be co-editors-in-chief 8:00
Griffin, '36, a member of the council, contest for men and races for women,
of the 1938 Freshman Handbook, at 62 Oakwood street. These fresh- The women's races will include: a runElaine Baircl, president of the incom- men were chosen by the council from ning race, skipping race, obstacle race,
ing junior class, announced today. Miss the twenty try-outs who handed in and three-legged race.
activity cards in January. They were
At 7:30 o'clock, the push-ball contest
Baird made the appointments.
chosen upon the amount of work done, will begin on the campus in back of
Six associate editors will assist Miss the interest shown, and personality.
Draper hall. Recently, a new push-ball,
Rogers and Ungerer in the editing of
Two of the eleven freshman guests measuring six feet in diameter, was purthe book. These editors are: Huldah will be chosen as members of next year'; chased, and fifteen men on each team
Classen, Karl Ebers, Frank Hard- council. These two members will be will struggle to get it over their opin the 11:10 student assembly ponents' line. Edward Sabot is captain
meycr, Elizabeth Hobbie, Mary Hud- announced
in the Page hall auditorium Friday of the freshman team and Uobert Folson, and Evan Pritchard. James Beale, morning. They will be chosen upon the and is in charge of the sophomores.
'37, will serve as sophomore representa- same merits as mentioned above.
The judges for this contest will be Dr.
Miss Agnes E. Futtcrer, assistant pro- Donnal V, Smith, assistant professor
tive on the book. The committee will
start work on the book immediately. fessor of English, and Miss Eunice A. of history, and Professor George York,
Pcrmc, assistant professor of fine arts, head of the commerce department.
There will be several changes in the will
be faculty guests at the party.
Immediately after the push-ball conmake-up of the handbook this year,
The freshman guests are: Margaret test, the women's races will take place
the editors stated. The cover will be Domes, Lula Duffey, Evelyn Hamann, on the campus in front of Hawley hall.
blue, the color of the incoming fresh- Mary Hershey, Elizabeth Meury, Eliza- In the running race, each class will be
beth Morozowski, John Murphy, Anne represented by four members, in the
man class.
Prank H. Evory & Company, print- Rand, Ruth Sackrider, Eloise Shearer, skipping race by three, in the obstacle
race by three, and in the three-legged
ers, Beaver street, will handle the print- and Marian Shultes.
race by two couples. FJsa .Smith is the
ing this year as in previous years, Miss
WELCOMES MEMBERS
captain of the freshman teams and MarRogers and Ungerer added.
jorie
Kalaidjian is in charge of the
Edward Eldrcd Potter Club welMiss Rogers and Ungerer arc both
desk editors on the STATE COLLEGE comes David N, Rogers, '36, Charles sophomores. The judges of these contests
will
be Dr. Malic Green, assistant
NEWS this year, having served as re- N. Morris, and Fred H, Stunt, freshprofessor of hygiene, and Miss lsabelle
men, into full membership.
porters during their freshman year.
tion.
Victory in the push-ball contest and
in the races will award two rivalry
points to the winning class, and may
decisively affect the final inter-class
rivalry score. At present, the score is
8j^-2j4 in favor of the sophomores.
College House Dance
To Be Saturday Night
College House will conduct its annual spring dance Saturday night from
nine to one o'clock at the house, 134
Central avenue. Corcoran's Aces of
Melody will furnish music for the dancing, Paul Bulger,'36, general chairman,
announced. Dr. Donnal V. Smith,
assistant professor of history, and Mrs.
Smith, and Mi. Donald C. Bryant and
Mrs. Bryant, instructors in English,
will be guests of the group house.
Committees which will assist Bulger
ncludc: refreshments, Thomas Kelly,
36; programs, Edward Schwortn, '34;
alumni, Robert Meyers, '34; chaperones, Milton Goldberger, '35; decora" is, Michael Griffin, '30; floor, John
Deno and Alonzo DuMonl, freshmen;
I music, Idwal Parry, '35.
A r e c o m m e n d a t i o n f o r the disposal
o f a l l f u n d s i n possession o f each s e n i o r
class a t the close o f each C o l l e g e y e a r
was presented in assembly last F r i d a y
m o r n i n g by M y s k a n i a , senior h o n o r a r y
society.
T h e a m e n d m e n t w h i c h w i l l be added
t o the student association b y - l a w s , sect i o n 3c, i f passed, is as f o l l o w s : T h a t
disposal o f a l l moneys o f each senior
class shall he made b e f o r e g r a d u a t i o n
in J u n e and a l l moneys o f each senior
class shall be placed under the m a n a g e ment o f the t r e a s u r e r o f the A l u m n i
association on or b e f o r e the day o f
g r a d u a t i o n , all disbursements to be
made by h i m a c c o r d i n g to the d i r e c t i o n
o f the class b e f o r e g r a d u a t i o n .
I n past y e a r s , the funds o f each
senior class h a v e remained in the hands
o f the class t r e a s u r e r u n t i l ordered to
be disbursed. G e n e r a l l y , each class has
made a g i f t to the C o l l e g e . T h e class o f
1933 started a l i b r a r y f u n d for new
books. ( ) t h e r classes have presented
w i n d o w s such as decorate the l i b r a r y
and have c o n t r i b u t e d to the a t h l e t i c
held f u n d .
'own where they grow
tobacco., in most places Chesterfield
is the largest-selling cigarette
—it takes good things to make
good things.
—the mild ripe tobaccos we
buy for Chesterfield mean milder
better taste.
—the w a y they are made
means Chesterfields burn right
and smoke cool.
—it means that down where
they g r o w tobacco folks k n o w
t h a t mild r i p e t o b a c c o s are
bought for Chesterfields.
And because Chesterfields are
made of the right kinds of tobacco, it is a milder cigarette,
a cigarette that tastes better.
There is no substitute for mild,
ripe tobacco.
State Coll ege
VOL. X V I I I , N o . 18
STATE
COLLEGE
FOR
T E A C H E R S , ALDANY, N.
Y.,
MAY
25,
1934
3ANY, N. y.
ews
§2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues
OUTGOING BOARD NAMES SEVEN TO DIRECT STATE COLLEGE NEWS
CO-EDITORS HEAD
EDITORIAL STAFF
Ruth E. Williams, Dan Van Leuvan
Will Supervise 1934-35
Editorial
Policies
'i lie e d i t o r i a l policy of the X i u - for
the year 19.14-35 w i l l be directed liy
t w o c o - e d i t o r s , R u t h W i l l i a m s anil Dan
V i m L e u v a n , j u n i o r s . These ufTici > have
been f o r m e d ihrnuu.li a c
hiiiL'tiun o f
the position o f K i l i i n r in chief a'fid that
o f MaiKiuiMK e d i t o r ,
Kiuiua k . i c c r anil K a r l l i b e r s , sophomores, have been
elected t.. i l n positions o f associate
inanauiue. editors. P r o m o t i o n s to i l u
hoard i r o n , the business staff i n c l u d e :
W i l l i a m D a v i d e e . '35, a d v e r t i s i n e manager, and J u l i a R e i l , '35. finance m a n ager. M i l d r e d f a c e r , '35. w i l l retain
her position o f c i r c u l a t i o n manager.
The Nr.ws board awarded a silver
key lo Hcssic S l c t k u r , '3-1, on M o v i n g lip I Jay, in a p p r e c i a t i o n for her interest
ami w o r k spent on the N E W S . T h i s bey
is a w a r d e d a n n u a l l y t o that senior, not
on the b o a r d , w h o has done the most
(or
the
STATU
COI.I.EUE
NEWS.
Plan to Landscape
Includes
Grove
of
Campus
Oaks
Plans f o r landscaping tile campus
s u r r o u n d i n g R i c h a r d s o n , Page, ami
M i l u e halls were announced todav
by l i r . A . R. l i r u h a c h e r , president
o f the College.
Evergreens and s h r u b b e r y w i l l
be placed near the b u i l d i n g s , ami
several elms w i l l be planted on the
terrace f r o n t i n g W e s t e r n avenue,
the president stated.
The p r o g r a m f o r campus tieautif i c a l i o n also includes the p l a n t i n g o f
oak trees on Ihe Robin street side
o f ihe Campus near the H a w l e y
l i b r a r y . T h i s g r o v e o f oaks w i l l
c o m m e m o r a t e the seven State col.
lege stndeiiis and ,,ne f a c u l t y member w h o perished in i h e Great W a r .
A
ng these was E d w a r d E h l r c d
P o t t e r , f o r w h o m the present Potter
c l u b was named.
SORORITIES LIST
1934-35 OFFICERS
FINANCE BOARD LAUNCHES REVISED BUDGET PROGRAM,
PLACES TAX AT $10—FURTHER REDUCTION POSSIBLE
Assembly Will Consider Plan
T o Reduce Appropriations
For Student Activities
Disposal of Senior Class F u n d s
Faces Student Association
At 11:10 T o d a y
100% Cooperation Urged
N o t i n g on Ihe budget previous In the
school year in w h i c h it w i l l g o into I
effect, is a departure f r o m the usual
custom. E o r m e r l y , the Student Hoard
o f f i n a n c e presented the budget earl)
Unified Student Action Needed
Or Extra-curricular System
Will Fail
ill the f a l l
.1 it was voted on by die i
i n c o m i n g freshman class. T h i s year,
I Ihe class o f 1938 w i l l be deprived o f a
voice iii the financial r u n n i n g of the '
o r g a n i z a t i o n s f o r next year. A sizeable
reduction in die student tax w i l l be ef- I
leeled i f Ihe h r ' g e l is passed :is pre '
settled by the H o a r d this m o r n i n g .
T h e amendment presented to the student association last F r i d a y r e g a r d i n g
the disposal o f senior moneys w i l l also
be voted on this m o r n i n g . T h e resoluDelta Omega Will Head Council; tion i s : T h a i disposal o f all niotievs
o f each senior class shall be made be
Miss Hartman Is President
f o r e g r a d u a t i o n in June and all moneys
Of Campus Groups
o f each senior class shall be placed u n der the management o f the treasurer
E l i z a b e t h M . I l a r t i u a n . '35, D e l t a o f t h e A l u m n i association on o r b e f o r e
O m e g a , w i l l be p r e s i d e n t of I n t e r - the day t i f g r a d u a t i o n , a l l disbursements
r i t y c o u n c i l f o r n e x t y e a r , ae- to be made by h i m a c c o r d i n g to the
g t o recent e l e c t i o n s , ' f i l e r e - j d i r e c l i
( the class b e f o r e g r a d u a tion.
t i r i n g p r e s i d e n t is l e a n C r a i g n i i l e ,
'3s|, P h i D e l t a . T h e o t h e r officers of
the new council w i l l b e : vice-presint. E l i z a b e t h G r e g o r y , '35, E t a
P h i ; secretary, M a r i o n i leineinanii,
'35. K a p p a D e l t a ; a n d
treasurer,
D o r o t h e a G a h a g a n , '35, P s i G a m m a .
A l i c e A . A l l a r d ' s selecli
"The
i l l l i c e r s of i h e c o u n c i l are c h o s e n
r o t a t i n g o r d e r of s o r o r i t i e s each M o n a s t e r ) ' , " by M a r j o r i e K i n n u i l l , was
•:ir. T h e s o r o r i t i e s a r e l i s t e d in a w a r d e d first place in tin- annual prize
•tier of f o u n d i n g .
speaking contest for f r e s h m e n , ennI
n.-ln.
Elpnliclli 11,11
ilueied iii ihe a u d i t o r i u m of Page hall
| «»."•..'.1,!..
on M.inila) n i g h t . M i s s A l l a n ! is the
recipient of
Ihe t w e n t y - f i v e
dollar
i.-r, M7; nil!,*. Mury l.„....l.~ \lu,|,li,
a w a i d presented by D r . A . R. l i r u I M,n|| l.'ii.J.-t, Hull, II ki, M.r>.
Em Phli I I,h,m, ICIl/nlitali 0..-ii..r]
hacher to ihe w i n n e r .
M r . Clarence A . H i d l e y , treasu r e r of s t u d e n t
association,
w h o w i l l present Ihe tentative
b u d g e t f o r 1034-35 in a s s e m bly this m o r n i n g .
T h e sltiilent b o a r d o f finance w i l l
present a tentative budget for the support («f ihe e x t r a - c u r r i c u l a r a c t i v i t y
p r o g r a m d u r i n g 1U34-35 ;it the student
assembly to hi' conducted this m o r n i n g
ai 11 : 1 0 o ' c l o c k i n Page h a l l a u d i t o r i u m .
T h e proposed budget calls f o r the
a p p r o p r i a t i o n o f ^ U . J ' ^ . f H ) , thereby representing a reduction o f over £3,000.00
f r o m die budget a p r o p r j a t i o n o f 19333-1. T i n - per capita student tax has been
set at $10,00, w i t h f u r t h e r d o w n w a r d
r e d u c t i o n possible by the e l i m i n a t i o n o f
one or more o f the activities f n u n the
student budget.
T h e N E W S stair is headed by ihe f o l lowing officers: feature editor, Hilda
H e i n e s , ' 3 5 ; s p o r t s e d i t o r , l-'rank l l a r d inever, ' 3 0 ; senior associate e d i t o r s ,
Such reduction has been effected only
b'lorenee E l l e n , '35. R u t h E d m u n d s ,
t h r o u g h the v o l u n t a r y cooperation o f
M a r y (.'. H u d s o n , and G l e n n U n g e r e r ,
each a c t i v i t y , M r . Clarence A . H i d l e y ,
s o p h n i u o r e s ; and j u n i o r associate editassistant p r o f e s s o r o f
history
ami
ors, H e l e n S m i t h , '35, P h y l l i s UosT o t a l I s N o w 56 W i t h P o s i t i o n s ; faculty member o f the student board
w o r t b , Elsu C a l k i n s , A u b r e y K a l b a u g h ,
of
finance,
staled
this
m
o
r
n
i
n
g
.
Kach
10 Alumni Are Also Placed,
and M a n i l a M a r t i n , sophomores.
a c t i v i t y has slashed its budget to the
Professor Sayles Says
T h i r t y - t h r e e f r e s h m e n , t w o sopholowest point consistent w i t h the m a i n mores and one j u n i o r have been p r o tenance o f its e n t i t y in the e x t r a - c u r moted to the positions o f r e p o r t e r . A l l
I'otirleeii more seniors have received r i c u l a r p r o g r a m at State college. F u r o f these people have r e g u l a r l y attended
leaching positions since the last p u b - ther reduction w i l l presage the abanculi classes given f o r the f r e s h m e n and
l i c a t i o n o f names on M a y - I , m a k i n g a donment o f the p r o g r a m , as continued
have successfully passed tile lests given
total o f fifty-six seniors w i t h leaching f a i l u r e o f students to .support the sysill those classes. These r e p o r t e r s it
positions, according lo P r o f e s s o r John tem w i l l indicate a f u t u r e d i s c o n t i n u M . Sayles, p r i n c i p a l o f M i l n e i l i c . l i ance o r abandonment o f extra-class acelude: Hilda Van A l s t i n e , ' ' 3 5 ; Ruth
school ami secretary o f the placement tivities and the student association.
I hllespy and M a r g a r e t \ V
h u f f , sophbureau.
oniores ; A l i c e M a r r o w s , T h o m a s Preen,
S h o u l d the budget lie passed by the
Janet C o n n e r y , H e l e n C h i l e , L o u i s e
K a r l c lligsbee w i l l leach science and I student association ibis m o r n i n g , ' col
Ci
I n g h a m , b'rederiek D e x t e r , M a r mathematics al U a l l s l o n S p a ; A n n a lection by the student b o a r d w i l l coingaret Domes. E l i z a b e t h G o o d i n g , H a r l l e r n i a n n , commerce at
M i l l c r t o n ; mence w i t h ihe opening of College
r y G i n n a e r , Eleanor H i i s e l n u s , E l f r i e d a
S a r a h \ an I lanegeiii, grades at Riga ; r e g i s t r a t i o n in September, T h i s new
Hnrll,
Evelyn
llainann,
Elizabeth
nliliU
I llMl
Lillian
O l s c n received honorable l.ois \ an I I c W a l l c , commerce at X u r l l i - I police represents the a t t i t u d e o f the
l l e r r , Icaiinc Jacobs, E l h c l K e s h l l e r ,
mention for her presentation o l a scene v i l l c ; Louise G o d f r e y , E n g l i s h at l i e - j board iliat earlier collections w i l l mean
\liiij
V.liiiu., '
-lull.
D o r o t h y K n a p p , L o i s K r a u s , M a r y ':17| M'luirti-r. Milium,! 0i,'O. 'In
f r o m " M a r y of S c o t l a n d , " by M a x w e l l | posh ;
Marion
Lloyd,
Knglish
at increased financial support o f die p r o L a i n , R u l h l . i c l i l . ' l i b e r a , Robert M a r - ill-ill, Hull, i:
Ill,,, ':i:>: KIIII I,
A n d e r s o n , ' f l i c o t h e r selections w e r e as 11 l e o r g e t o w i l : M a y l l e l l c M a t t h e w s , l i n g - | g r a m .
gis
C h r i s t o p h e r M c N a m e e , Prances
f o l l o w s : N'nrma D i x o n , a scene f r o m lish at P o t t c r s v i l l c ; A l m a R i n i k t t s , I
T h e necessity o f s e c u r i n g the nssistKm
.1.1ml. ' I«|
M c V e i g h , C a r o l M i r e s , I,,1m M u r p h y ,
. i n n . . ' •••flic l i a r r i t t s of W h n p n l e S t r e e t , " iiiatheiuaiics and h i s t o r y at
W e s t ance o f the entire student bo.lv in
M a r v P l a n k , A u n a b e l l e Reed, Eleanor IIIIIIIII, .l.1j ilr.,'f.i.'.i.lml, lil,<'ii I ' , " • ' » , • ''!'„".'. * hv R u d o l f Hosier! A g n e s T o r r e n s , I'.loiiuibeld; Helen H o k e , h i s t o r y at j m a k i n g the e x t r a - c u r r i c u l a r p r o g r a m
Small,v.
Virginia
Sloel,
Elizabeth
'in: „ ' . . , . „ , „ . " W i t c h e s ' L o a v e s , " by ( 1 . I l e n r v : M a r v W a l d c i i : A l m i r a Russ, h i s t o r y , foig- w o r t h w h i l e and successful was stressed
Sttitlebaker, A g n e s T o r r e n s , P h y l l i s
""'""•'• ''"•: Pierce, "Renascence," by Edna St. V l u - ' '
I inalhenialics at (leeailsidc ; I by President A . R. l i r u h a c h e r in an mVerntilve, W i n i f r e d W i l c o x , freshmen,
''!.-,'',"''" V 'Z
com M i l l a y ; M a r i a La G r i m , a scene Louise M o r r i s , L a t i n and F r e n c h al l e r v i e w w i t l i a representative o f the
and Edna W r i g h t , '35.
, a i. i,.a,
from "Cyrn
I. H e r g c r a c , " by E d - M e r i d i a n ; L a u r a V r o n i a n , E n g l i s h and S T A T I . t'oi.i i (,t N ' I . W S . " A student tax
Sophomores anil j u n i o r s w h o are not
'»•
.ii
I Rostand.
l i b r a r y science at W a r n e r : M a r y I i. that cannot be c..Heeled f r o m one h u n d p r o n i o l e d to b o a r d positions and senM o o r e , mathematics at Stale S c h o o l , red per cent o f tlie student hotly dei o r - ;ini| j u n i o r editorships w i l l be reA l b i o n ; and M a r i o n W e l c h . I . a l i n , h i s - feats i t s e l f , " the president said. ' " T h e
tained on the r e g u l a r stuff o f r e p o r t e r s ,
t o r y , and G e r m a n ai Sodtts,
per capita lax should be reduced to
T h e nuance staff i n c l u d e s : assistant
' f e n ahuntii have also received teach- the point where the students can adefinance managers, C a r o l y n
Simouet,
| ing p o s i t i o n s : N o r m a n D a v i s , '33, w i l l qualelv support i i . N o student should
'3o; Uealn'ce H u m s , ' 3 5 : and Ida H a m leach commerce at the Rye N e c k H i g h vote f o r ihe 1934-35 budget ( t o be
mond, '37. Assistant c i r c u l a t i o n m a n ' S c h o o l . M a i n a r o n . ' i ' k ; Laurence R u - presented this m o r n i n g be the student
'I'lic t e n t a t i v e b u d g e t f o r l'l.vl-35 as p r e s e n t e d b y t h e M u agers w i l l i n c l u d e : M a r g a r e t W a l s pert, '2-1, mathematics at Horsehends board o f finance) i f he o r -.he does not
l l e n ! b o a r d (if f i n a n c e t h i s i n o r n i i i K is ns f o l l o w s :
worib, ami Edith Garrison, juniors,
! H i g h S c h o o l ; A n n e C r u i k s h a i i k , ' 3 1 . plan t o pay tliis o b l i g a t i o n next SeptemM a r v C l i c k n i a n and Elorclice ' f a t e ,
K n g l i s h al C l i n t o n ! Pauline C r o w l e y , ber or O c t o b e r , " D r . I l r u b a c l u r added.
1934-35
1933-3-1
sophomores, conclude the business siaff.
| '-"), French a m i L a t i n at P e r u ; S v l v i a
I La M o n i c a , ' 3 1 , L a t i n al L a u r e n s ; l'.c.ln
$150.00
t rnss country.
000.00 | M o r r i s o n , \\2, social science al M i l l e r Music association. .
I . ( I t it l.l III
I o n ; l l l l f o r . l S m i t h , 'i'K principal at
BUREAU PLACES
14 MORE SENIORS
Alice Alliird Receives
Prize Speaking Award
NEW BUDGET TABULATION
$
1 I&14, UGG*TT * MVRM TOBACCO Co,
HARTWICK GAME
TO CLOSE STATE
BASEBALL SEASON
Colleye News
Kcho ...
I )r;iniiitics mid Art Assoeinli
Myskania
2,900,00
1,000.00
1.500.00
T h e d i a m o n d l i b w i t h l l a r t w i c k to- r o w a f t e r n o o n m a r k s ih< c o n c l u sion o f the varsity baseball schedule,
T h e game w i l l he played at K i d g e f i c h l
park ai 2:31) u'clock,
T h e game w i t h l l a r t w i c k early in
the season ended w i t h Ihe P u r p l e and
t i o l d w i n n i n g an eiisv v i c t o r y . Captain
Ossie P r o o k s shin m i l the Oneontti boys
5-11. It is probable that D r u n k s w i l l do
Ihe inoiiiid w o r k t o n i u r r o w . W e l c h w i l l
do the r e c e i v i n g . D r a k e , f a r t e r , Q u i l l land, and A u i v o l w i l l complete the in
field. I t i l h n , P y r n e s , and A l l e n w i l l
p r o b a b l y be located m i l in the grass.
T h e boys have been l e t t i n g d o w n on
the practice sessions lately and Ihe
I l a r l w i e k team looms as a m o r e f o r
unliable " ] i |
cut Ihan thev d i d earlier
iii the .season. H o w e v e r , Coach l i n k e r ,
when i n t e r v i e w e d today, said that he
does not expect his men to experience
any difficulties in t o m o r r o w ' s contest,
Hnsebiill
Tenuis
I ti tram lira I spurts.
Athletic contingency
Secret a rial contingency
Infirmary fund
Kreslinuin liitiitlliook
Girls* Athletic association
Student directory., .
Treasurer's In.ml
National student federation
Slate l.ion
I leliate council
900.00
250,00
Tax
cards
Totals
375.1)11
1.7(10.11(1
7(1.0(1
2(10.01)
200.00
2,388.00
353.SO
1,300.00
130.00
25,00
90,00
2,000.00
55(1.00
1,2(10.00
3011.00
1,-100,00
ooo.oo
200.00
75.00
200.00
200.(10
1,800.00
250.00
1,150.00
25.00
75.00
0110.00
000,00
519.05
10.00
•107.00
10.0(1
SI 5.5 H..'M
$12,292,00
Floiscl
ins; Delh Ford. '30. English
al W a v e i l v ; M a r i a n H e r m a n n , '33,
I l i b r a r y science at k o i n e ; Betilah N a d , ler, '311, L a t i n and F.nglish at V i r g i l .
BILLS APPOINTS
FOUR TO DIRECT
SUMMER SESSION
TO OPEN JULY 6,
CALENDAR SAYS
R e g i s t r a t i o n for the Stale college
summer session w i l l be conducted M o n day, T u e s d a y , and Wednesday, l u l v 2,
/ i A ii i i t n i l r\sin
* I * ' ' - am • • according \<> the session ea enC A M P P R O G R A M ! , | „
recently issued, D r . M i l , , , , , ( i .
J o h n H i l l s , ' 3 5 , d i r e c t o r of tlie- men's N e l s o n , .lean, w i l l serve as dean and
M, liiii.ni camp l o r next t i l l , made lie
..
,
, ,,
.
,
f o l l o w i n g appointments today i W i l f r e d \ f c c ™ " ' ' ^ « " » « " r S ( , , s s , " n - m , t i
A l l n r d , MS, w i l l be in cliur«c «»f a t b - D r , H n w n r d A . p p U e l l , assiMant p n j l e i i c s ; Kvan P r i t c b n r d , '36, w i l l have fessor o f m a t i n g
cs, w i l l be assistant
cbarge i i f ihe p r o R n i m f o r the three d i r e c t o r ,
days, and I'Ym.k l l n r d m e y e r , '36, w i l l ;
F o r t y members o f the r e g u l a r C o N
direct s w i m m i n g , T h o m a s l i n e n , '37, i lege faculty and sixteen visit inn i l l w i l l assist Hills on finance. A d d i t i o n a l s t r u c t o r s w i l l present the courses o f
appointments w i l l be made at a Inter i n s t r u c t i o n o f f e r e d to superintendents
'ate.
and principals w h o desire to specialise
T h e f r e s h m a n camp w i l l be eon- in school a d m i n i s t r a t i o n , in college
! dueled ai C a m p A l b a n y , the A l b a n y graduates w h o w i s h to earn a master's
V . M . C . A . c a u i p n n L a k e Cossaytum, on degree, ami to r e g u l a r l y m a t r i c u l a t e d
I ' r i d a y , S a t u r d a y and Sunday, Septem- students "t" not less than j u n i o r grade
ber 14, 15, and | f i , A b o u t t h i r t y up- w h o w i s h t<> earn a d d i t i o n a l credits.
perclassmeu have MKued up in attend
[ n s t r u c t i o n w i l l commence' F r i d a y
m o r n i n g , l u l v (>, at K . l u o'clock,
camp, Hills stated.
Page 2
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 25, 1934
State College News
E.tabliihed by the C l a n of 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York State
College for Teachers
T H E NEWS STAFF
MARION C HOWARD
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Editor-in-Chief
WILLIAM C. NELSON
Managing
Kappa Delta Rho, 117 S. Lake Avenue, 2-4314
J E A N CRAIGMILE
Advertising
Phi Delta, 20 S. Allen Street, 2-1337
Editor
Manager
KATHRYN H A U C
Finance
Manager
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D A N V A N LEUVAN
Associate
Managing
Editor
401 Western Avenue, 2-2650
RUTH W I L L I A M S
Associate
Managing
Editor
Beta Zeta. 6S0 Madison Avenue, 2-3266
MILDRED FACER
Circulation
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Manager
SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Almlra Unas, Bessie Stetkar, and
Thelma Smith, seniors; Ruth Brooks and Valentine Reutowlch,
juniors. DESK EDITOKS: Karl Ebers, Mary Hudson, Emma Rogers,
and Glenn Ungerer. REPORTERS! Ueatricc Coe and Rose Rosenheck, seniors; Resale Hartman, Emily H u r l h u r t , Olga I l y r a , Dororthy Mcserve, Esther Rowland, Helen Smith, and Mary Torreiia,
juniors! Rosclln Agoatine, Elaine Baird, Phyllis Bosworlli, Margaret Howes, I.oreua Ruckley, Prances Green, \lUa Calkins, Fluldah Classen, Doris Cofiin, Margaret DIetz, Frances Donnelly,
Ruth Edmunds, Rose Einliorn, Blodwyn Evans, Jacqueline Evans,
Eudora Purrell, Margaret Flnmgan, Merle Gcdney, Marie Gceslcr,
Elizabeth Griffin, Elizabeth Hobble, Dorothy Hcrrlck, Aubrey Kalbaugh, Virginia Chapped, LaVonne KelBcy, Jeanne Lesnick, Jntiet
Lewis, Martha Martin, Eleanor Nottingham, Evelyn O'Brien, Charlotte Rockow, Dorothy Smith, Edith Schotl, Nina Ullmnn, and
Elizabeth Whitman, nophomorcs. ASSISTANT FINANCE MANAGER :
Julia Kiel, '35. ASSISTANT CIRCULATION MANAGER: Margaret Watsworth, '35. ASSISTANT ADVERTISING MANAGERS: Beatrice Burns
and Elizabeth Premcr, j u n i o r s ; BUSINESS STAFF! William Davidge,
Edith Garrison, juniors; and Mary Cliekman and Carolyn Simonet,
sophomores.
£V.sflociatVd gotlcftjatc
• | . J J J (.!.«JOH«i.C&J
the College buildings. Because It is a new
we d o not wish t o sec it spoiled by those people w h o
use their advantages unwisely. When smoking was
first allowed, the intent was to keep the place still an
activities office, not to let it degenerate into a lounge,
A lounge it lias become—and worse. T h e place is
usually reeking with smoke. Between classes the office is so crowded that it is hardly possible to squeeze
one's w a y in between those students w h o just drop
in for a smoke and a chat between classes. , •,
T h e r e is a n o t h e r thing we don't like in reference
to the activities office—and that is using the place for
a check room. I n the first place, there a r e enough
rooms up stairs which afford sufficient chairs on
which to lay the wraps without entirely disrupting
the room. I n the second place, wc discovered that
the first people to use the room as a check room were
Milne High school people. Milne students have never
been allowed into t h e office to begin with. U s i n g it
for such a purpose is a poor lime to begin.
W e suggest, in closing, t w o possibilities for the
situation in the Activities office for next y e a r : I.
T h a t , if s t u d e n t s a r e allowed to smoke next year, all
of the activity leaders work together in making the
office restricted to workers only, or 2, T h a t s m o k i n g
be abolished altogether.
W e should hate to see this last privilege s o r e cently accorded to the students by the administration
abolished. W e realize, however, that lounging and
activity work do not mix. W e think the situation at
present deplorable arid we should like to see something done about it next year.
ffiregs
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The NEWS does not necessarily endorse sentiments
expressed in contributions. No communications will be
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desired. T h e NEWS does not guarantee to print a n y or
all communications.
TO VOTE ON TAX ISSUE
T o d a y in the eleven-ten assembly the student budget for the year 1934-35 will undoubtedly he passed.
It certainly will be introduced by a member of the
finance board. W h e t h e r or not the budget will be
considered item by item is up to the members of the
student association. W e have but one more assembly
this year in which student association business may
be discussed; it is Important, therefore, that the matter be thoroughly and speedily discussed and the budget passed this year in order thai the new finance
hoard may start work collecting the tax the first
week-end in the fall.
F o r the last two or three months the finance hoard
has been working on the project. Each activity was
asked to submit a minimum budget to the board.
T h e s e a m o u n t s were then carefully checked, and
Wljerever possible, the appropriations were lowered.
T h e final student budget is, therefore, one which has
been so formed as to give the student body the
greatest amount of benefit for the minimum amount
of money.
T o d a y when t h e budget comes up in assembly,
only those undergraduates w h o intend to pay the tax
should vote for it; it is only logical thai if the measure
is supported by a vote, then it should be supported
actively, h i this way, it is also possible to discover
just how many students do favor tlit tax to the extent of paying it. T h e vote, then, should be considered
a pledge of honor, not to be forgotten about over the
s u m m e r vacation.
So small a tax should appeal to a greater majority
of students than was evidenced by the number of paym e n t s this year. If at least half of the students r a n
[jay fourteen dollars, then practically all of the students should he able to pay the ten dollars. If the
proper spirit is manifest litis .spring, then there is no
reason why the entire student body should not he
roused into sufficient College loyalty to support the
in.- sure
T h e tax will he
Heeled in Ihe fall along with lit.
registration fee, T h e feeling
feel
of obligalion, so lonj
dormant in many student
a he awakened in tills
way. Success in activity
efore, prac
this week
ticall; as red il the budget
pas
next.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 25, 1934
Myskania Taps Eleven For 1935 Group,
Selects Leaders in Campus Activities
F o r the first time since its organization in 1917, Myskania tapped
more men than women in the selection of t h e senior h o n o r a r y society
for 1935. Six men and five women were revealed as members-elect at
the climax of the traditional Moving-tip Dtiy ceremonies conducted F r i d a y
m o r n i n g in P a g e hall auditorium. Continuing a precedent first introduced
In 1930 and observed last year, the retiring Myskania tapped the n e w
g r o u p i n reverse alphabetical order. Eleven m e m b e r s of t h e class of 1935
were selected as m e m b e r s ; the retiring g r o u p numbered thirteen. All of
the new Myskania m e m b e r s have been leaders in extra-curricular activities
since their freshman year.
T h e l m a Smith began the selection of the 1935 group by t a p p i n g
Daniel V a n Leuvan. Nine more j u n i o r s were selected. J e a n Craigmile then
proceeded t o t a p Wilfred Philip Allard. Roger Bancroft, t h e r e m a i n i n g
member of t h e 1934 Myskania, raised the suspense to a brief b u t climatic pause by slowly passing around the 1934 group, then in front of
the new group, after which he resumed his position—standing behind an
empty chair, thus indicating that Myskania h a s completed its t a p p i n g
and the 1935 g r o u p would number only eleven.
T h e members-elect of the 1935 Myskania in the order of t a p p i n g t o gether with their major extra-curricular activities, a r e as follows;
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COME T O
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WORK
Tin- next issue of the STATE COLLEGE N E W S will he
edited by the new board. Wc might gut "sentimental"
and drippingly blubber " T h e old order changes—."
but why bother? W e might better pat the new board
on
t h e h a r k a n d w i s h it l u c k .
In looking over the pasl year we find no great
heights of editorial battles with the coach or student
council, hi fact, we think thai we have been rather
peaceful in our policies. Perhaps life would have been a
bit more exciting if we had hern a little less peaceful, What this College may need is a little stlrrlng-up
oner in a while.
T h e r e is, however, one bone of contention which
wc shall uphold. That is concerning the activities office, When new rules were formulated by tin- governing board, i\T conscientiously tried to uphold our end
of the bargain. W<
n found ourselves bearing the
burden alone, and on account of it. mosl unpopular
with those student* who frequent the place. After
a time we got wise to the situation and declared that
the rest of the office could go hang for all we cared,
we would consider it our private pleasure as well as
our public duty to our I obnoxious citizens from o u r
corner >>( Hie room. This we have done, but wc have
found if a difficult problem to gently hut firmly eject
those people w h o "ooze" in via the fence.
W r rcahV
ai Binokii
w pi 'Uoge within
A n o t h e r year's various activities have elected their
officers. Many of these officers will have lo resign,
if they have not already dune so. Those who have
nut done so will be made lo in the fall. T h e whole
process wastes a great deal of lime. More than that,
those persons w h o are elected by activities to fill a
vacancy must feel as though they are playing sec..ml
fiddle. T h e r e is a certain amount of ill feeling resulting when a person finds thai il is necessary under
the point system for him lo resign one position in
favor in" a second. All of ilie.se embarrassing situations can be relieved by a Simple plan.
T h e plan is as follows: I. All activities should
conduct elections on a certain week- in the spring; J.
Elections should be kept secret until a board of electors should pass on the names; 3. Notification of such
elections should he made to a board of elections; 4.
Such a board would then look over the list of officers,
and in the ease where one person has loo many points
under the point system, that person would then he
notified and mala- his withdrawals from offices t o the
board of electors; and '». T h e various hoards would
then have the opportunity <>f re-electing their officers
before ihe final announcement should be made ol the
elections.
Such a plan should work out rather easily, In ihe
first place, a board of elections should be established;
possibly Myskania or Studenl Council should lake
over this work. T h e n all elections would have to be
made Ihe same week, il not within a few days of each
other. Ke-eieclions should he made as soon as possible alter withdrawals. T h u s the final announcement!!
could be made on or before Nfovlng-iip Day.
If this plan were iucd and worked out successfully
ihe situation arislns from College elections should be
remedied.
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French Club Elects
Next Year's Officers
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lilsic PtiKsley, M5. will lie nroslclenl
ni French club fur tin- year l'>.W-.!5,
nccnrilinit to elcclirms conilticlc.l r e cently, Marjorie Whealoii, '.Id, will act
.is vice-president uf the club, The other
officers who will assist Miss Pugslcy
are: secretary, Jaciueliiie Kviuu, '36;
treasurer, Mary Torrens, ' 3 5 ; ami reporter, Helen Smith, ',15.
, lii'i".
ANNOUNCES PURCHASE
;."'•
I'ive limilis, recently purclwseil from
if,",1!1" | ihe (lavs uf in.!.! Hunk I'mnl, are about
,
i tn be pin into circulation, accordine, in
MIM Miss Mary R. Cobb, librarian. These
, ' ,',„i 11 ks iucliiile; Urittaln, "Testnmeul of
| Y i i l l l h " ; Itttliill. " W e l l o f D a y s " ; N o n l ' " ' . . ' ' ] hoi)'. " M e n A n a i u s l I h e S e a " ; W e n s ,;•;;,"";:,'| l e y . " R o r l y V c n r s o f Seiillaiiil V'ni-tl";
,
j anil Wnnllcotl, "While Home Hums'."
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WELCOMES MEMBER
t,,,!"
Pill 1 ''•'<•'' sorority welcomes Kath11 erine t rnwell, ',15, into full membership.
Courtttiy o I
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State College News
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 25, 1934
ANNOUNCES EXAMINATIONS
the College buildings. Because it is a new privilege,
we do not wish to sec it spoiled by those pcoj "
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MARION C. HOW
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Thelma Smith, sei
juniors,
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garet Howes, Loret
dah Classen, Dor!
Ruth Edmunds, Ko
Eudora Farrell, Ma
Elizabeth Griffin, E
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Lewis, Martha M a r
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Elizabeth Whitman
Julia Kiel, MS. Ass
worth, '35. ASSIST
and Elizabeth F r a n
Edith Garrison, j u n
sophomores.
T H E W I L L I A M E T T E RIVER at
Corvallis is Oregon State College's
rowing course.
REIGNS OVER JUNIOR PROM
—Marian Deck (right) was chosen
Junior Prom Queen at Cortland
(N. Y.) Normal School.
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The next issuj
edited by the net
and drippingly 1
but why bother?
on the back and
In looking DS
heights t>f editor}
council, In fact,
peaceful in our pq
bit more excitim
ful. What this O
once in a while;
There is, how
we shall uphold,
(ice. When new i
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PHARMACY SENIORS at
Creighton University off for
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Lilly Pharmaceutical Laboratory in Indianapolis.
AN INSTRUCTOR at the College
of Physicians and Surgeons in Los
Angeles showing his dental students "how" in a very big way;
(below) actual practice work.
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ANNOUNCES EXAMINATIONS
Final examinations for the second semester 1933-34 will commence
,7_-Mniidav. rune. 4 at 9:00 o'clock, according to the examination schedule
G. A. A. PRESENTS
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ANNOUNCES EXAMINATIONS
Final examinations for the second semester 1933-34 will commence
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G. A. A. PRESENTS
Sponsors Nine Major Sports During Year
HONOR LETTERS
Standing out as a major College organization, the Girls' Athletic assoTO 37 MEMBERS
CAMERA AWARDS AT THE FIRST NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PHOTOGRAPHIC SOLON, held at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Max Thorek,
president of the Photographic society of America, acted as judge. The Co-ed
(top left) by LeRoy Carlson, Augustana College, honorable mention; Calm
Warer.(top right)by George O. Timanus, Princeton, honorable mention; Winter
Streams, (bottom left) by George L. Waters, medal award; and Nature's Handiwork (bottom right)by Robert W. McKee,
Haverford college, honorable mention.
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G.A.A. Offers Varied Program to Members,
G. A. A. PRESENTS
Sponsors Nine Major Sports During Year
HONOR LETTERS
TO 37 MEMBERS
Final e x a m i n a t i o n s for t h e second s e m e s t e r 1933-34 will c o m m e n c e
M o n d a y , J u n e 4 at 9:00 o'clock, according t o the examination schedule
S t a n d i n g o u t as a major College organization, the Girls' Athletic assoissued from the office of Miss Elizabeth V a n D e n b u r g h , College registrar.
A r r a n g e m e n t s for conflict examinations m u s t be made with t h e instructor ciation claims a considerable number of each class as its m e m b e r s . I t
w h o sanctioned the s t u d e n t ' s schedule containing the subjects listed in opens all extensive p r o g r a m t o ally w o m a n interested enough t o take an
active p a r t .
conflicting examination g r o u p s .
Nine main sports are sponsored d u r i n g the College year. In the fall,
T h e following is the examination s c h e d u l e :
hockey and soccer are played on the c a m p u s . Basketball in the College
g y m n a s i u m , s w i m m i n g at the Jewish C o m m u n i t y Center, and bowling at
MONDAY, JUNE 4
the Rice alleys follow. Each sport has a captain in c h a r g e of it, usually
R o o m an uppcrclassman. Spring brings base9:00 A.M.
Room
2:00 P . M .
ball,
volley ball and archery, while tenX.—Biol,
6
VII.—Edttc. 9
Old Gym
111 nis tournaments are continued from the mess hall, the bunk room, and the
Educ. 110
Edttc, 109
110
250 the fall. If any member is sufficiently "councilors' coop." T h e camp is availling.
lBd
Ger. 107
21
21 able in sports extending over all three able to any group of College girls and
Eng. 8
Hygiene (men)
101
205 seasons, she receives her class numerals can easily be reached by train or autoFrench 110
Hygiene (women)
250,2ol)
100 after her first year, a small " S " after mobile.
French 115
Latin 2
111
101 her second year, a large " S " for her
All Athletic association, representing
Hist. 50
Old Gym third year, and a large " S " with a bar both men and women, was formed in
Hist. 113
Old Gym under it for her fourth. The fourth State college ill 1909, hut in 1911 it diMath. 3
20 award is seldom earned; five girls re- vided into two separate organizations.
Phil. 107
110 ceiving it in their senior year are con- All women's sports were placed under
Physics 5
150 sidered a large number.
the supervision of G.A.A. T h e sport
schedule then consisted of inter-class
TUESDAY, JUNE 5
basketball,
tennis tournaments, indoor
Election to honor council is the
302
304 highest honor the association can be- track meets, gym frolics, and hikes. In
VI.—Com. 10
L- -Coiu. 14
1914,
a
varsity
was formed to play outCoin. 216
301 stow upon a member. Members are anEcon. 104
250, 260
Kduc. 102
206, 250 nounced on the Moving-up Day of their side schools. A varsity is still chosen
Kduc. 10411
20
every
year
but
for the last decade it
Eng. 1A
100.101,110, 111 junior year. Present members on the
Eng. 27
100
Eng. lBf
Gen, Sci. 1
23 council a r e : Mary Moore, Dorothy has been purely honorary.
Old Gym
Eng. 3
Latin 50
Old Gvm lClosc, Elizabeth Kammerer, and Hes110
Eng. 39
Lib. Sci. 17
21 tella Arthur, seniors. The president of
40
Physics 50
Physics 1
150 G.A.A. has without exception in the
Old Gym
Physics 2
last few years been elected to Myskauia,
Old Gym
senior honor society.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6
Play Day is placed at the beginning
206 of the College year to help freshmen
-Art 5
208
XIX.—Com. 13
forget
the cares with which they seem
Old Gvm
Artfl
208
Kduc. 1
Clifford Rail, '35, was announced as
Econ.1
OldGvm
Govt. 108
100 to he burdened. After journeying to
Camp
Cogswell, the i>irls spend the president of the student association and
Econ.105
Old Gym
Hist.2C
111
Eng, 1 Be
101
Music 2
28 afternoon in playing Haines and then student council for next year, at the
EngilBg
III
Music 3
21 prepare a stunt for evening presenta- conclusion i>f the Moving-up Day cereGen. Sci. 2
160
Music 5
21 tion, concluding with the singing of monies conducted Friday morning in
Hist. I
100
Phvsics 4
150 "Great Fires" around an open camp fire. Page hall auditorium. Kail has hecu a
Latin 109
110
Kim. II!
23 Indian Ladder hike is next on the yearly member of the student council for three
program. In spite of opinion to the years, serving: as president of his class
Lib, Sci. 13
4(1
contrary, buses are merely taken to during his freshman and sophomore
Math. 2
Jlld
alleviate the difficulty of a twenty mile years, and as vice-president of the stutrek : actual hiking is conducted around dent association this year. Rail is a
THURSDAY, JUNE 7
the dills and hills of the Ladder.
member (if the 1934-35 Myskauia, senior
250
301
IX.—CI
-Com. 115
Due lo rigid economy and cake sales honorary society, and (if Kappa Phi
260 as well, G.A.A, was able lo save enough Kappa, national honorary educational
250
. 121
Kduc. 115
100 money to liny a camp site at Chatham, fraternity.
French 107
20
litis. Ilia
French 116
101 New York. T w o years ago a roomy
20
Eng. lite
Paul Bulger, '3d, will be vice-presiGovt. 2
111 log cabin accommodating thirty people dent of the student association for next
206
Eng. Mill
Math. 1A
110 was built on this land and christened year, and John Demi, '37, will serve as
. mi
Eng. 17
Math, ill
20 Camp Johnston in honor of Miss Isa- secretary. Other 1934-35 association
OldGvm
I' ITU ch9
26 belle A. Johnston, instructor in physical officers will include: College song
Ger. 10
206 education, The cabin, placed oil a hill leader, Gertrude Morgan, '35; men's
Phil. 3
21 and overlooking a brook, is ideally shu- cheer leader, William Sliaheu, '3<>; woSlKIll 9
nted for camp week-ends. Opportunity men's cheer leader, Evelyn Hamunn,
FRIDAY, JUNE 8
for skiing and sledding in winter, and '37; faculty member of the student
260 swimming in warmer weather leave a board of finance, Mr. Clarence A . H i d Idtic. 105 Old Gym. 101, 111
XVL—Chbm. 4
week-ender
with no chance to be bored, ley, assistant professor of history.
110
III
Kduc. 130
Com. 3
These nfiicers-cleet will he inducted in
21
110 A large fireplace witnesses niarshinalEng. 113
Eng. 42
low
roasting
and story telling at night. the student assembly Friday morning
206. 250, 260
Eng. 115
206
The
cabin
has
four
rooms,
the
kitchen
(June
1), Grenfell X. Rand, '34, presiFrench 3
20
Gvm
equipped with an up-to-date itas stove. dent, stated today.
Latin 211
100
III1)
Lib. Sci. 18
40
Math. 4
250
The Girls' Athletic association completed its sport program for this year
with a spring banquet in the Hustcd hall
Cafeteria, Tuesday night.
Dorothy
Klose, '34, was general chairman. Officers were installed, and awards for
the year's activities were presented by
Miss Isabelle Johnston, instructor in
physical education.
The officers installed w e r e : president, Harriet Ten Eyclc, ' 3 5 ; vicepresident, Janet Norris, ' 3 5 ; secretary,
Hlsa Smith, '37; and song and cheer
leader, Charlotte Rockow, '36.
Those receiving honor awards a r e :
Bart
ll.-i.lla
Arthur, ' 3 1 .
Major S i
Hilda H e i n e , , M i d d l e McNIckle,
Janet NnrrU, E v e l y n S t a e h l e , Harriet T e n E y c k ,
Lucy Wing, and Edna Wright, junior*, and Laura
'31.
Ho:
Con m i l S i
Sarali Logan, Janet Norr u , and Harriet T e n E y c k , j u n i o r . .
S m a l l S t Julia Fullerlori, '34, Sarali Logan,
'35, and Elaine llalrd, ELa Calkin*, E i l l i e r Carlnot), il.ilii.il> C l a i i e u , Evelyn Dalit, Hull) Duffy.
Margaret
H o [ , . Elizabeth
McKln.lry,
Evelyn
O'llriru, and Cliarlutto Ilockuw, unphotnores.
N u m e r a l s i Mary Elmeudort, Martha Marlia,
and Judy Merchant, »u,>huiiM,rei, a n d L o i i Bowman, Marian llraudln.
H e l e n Clyde, J c a i m e t t e
Cronk, Patricia Ganlhlcr, Msrjnrle Giirdman, Ituth
Halluck. Ida Jam- H a m m o n d , Edict K o l i n c r , EH*,
at.cih Marutowakl. E l . o S i u h h , EUialielh Strong,
uuil ll.-tli S l u l l . fr.-liru.-n.
CLIFFORD RALL, 35,
TO BE PRESIDENT
OF STUDENT BODY KAPPA PHI KAPPA
INDUCTS OFFICERS,
ELECTS NEW MEN
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A ri 8
Biol. IC7
("11111. 511
K.I. 201II
Eng. 1116
Ger, 1
Govt, 104
Latin A
Latin I
Lib. Sci. in
Math. 106
Phil, 105
Spanish A
SATURDAY, JUNE 9
208
XII -Biol. 2
Cum. 1
Eng. SOB
20d
French 8
21
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Govt.
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Old Gym
Old G u n
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101. HI
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206
21
OldGvm
The officers-elect of Kappa Phi Kappa, honorary educational fraternity,
for 1934-35 were formally inducted
last Thursday at a regular meeting of
the fraternity. T h e new officers a r e :
president, John Hills, ' 3 5 ; vice-president, William 'Forney, ' 3 5 ; secretary;
Kenneth Christian, 35; treasurer,Alexander Jadick, '35.
Six new members were admitted at
the same time. They a r e : Thomas
Snively, Junior college; William Bobalki, Earl Mathewson, and Anthony
Sroka, graduate students, Ainenzo Merrill and John Crowley, seniors.
At the regular meeting conducted last
night, Dr. Herman Cooper, head of
the Teacher Training division of the
Xew York State Education department, was guest speaker. H e spoke on
the new qualifications for teachers effective in 1937. " T h e requirements will
not he retroactive," he stated, "but to
keep in the competition many teachers
will find it profitable to secure as many
of the new requirements as possible."
Sororities Announce Next Year's Officers;
Delta Omega President to Head Council
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Student tickets for the concluding
concert to be given by the People's Sym*
phony Orchestra may he secured from
Miss Burhank, Dr. A. R. Brubacher
announced today. This is the third and
' 3 7 l chap
Eluaiiiu [concluding program, and will he given
Tuesday night, Mav 29, at Chancellors
hall.
The tickets will be twenty-five cents
apiece, half the regular adult price.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 25, 1934
Students Form Moving-Up Day Line of March on College Campus
Above are juniors forming the tirch i>i" canes fnr the Moving-up Day line nf march,
NAMES
JUNIORS TO REVISE
OYER 400 TO GET PRESIDENT
12 MORE SENIORS
DEGREES IN JUNE TO SIGNUM LAUDIS SYSTEM OF GUIDES
Twelve seniors have been named to
PURPLE AND GOLD
TIES ST. STEPHENS
IN TENNIS MATCH
State college's wandering hand of
Courtesy
TlmfS'Unh
G0LDBERGER, '35,
TO HEAD DEBATE
SignumLaiulis,senior scholastic society,
President Lists 463 Candidates for outstanding scholarship. This is the Dean's Office To Be Headquarters; tennis players cntthi earn no mure than Council Lists Other 1935 Officers;
an even break with the St. Stephen's
second group to he announced to the
Mr. Donald Bryant To Coach
As Completing Requirements
17 Captains To Take Charge,
squad cut the Annantlalc courts Satursociety ; twelve students were named as
Varsity Speakers
Chairman States
For College Degrees
Four Hundred sixty-three students
are candidates for degrees to he awarded at Commencement exercises to be
conducted Monday, June 18, in Page
hall auditorium, according to Dr. A, R.
Brubacher, president. Eighty-five are
completing work for ' the graduate
degrees of Master of Arts and Master
of Science; three hundred seventyeight are candidates for Bachelors'
degrees.
Two hundred twenty-one are candidates for the degree of Bachelor of
Arts, while one hundred fifty-seven
will receive the degree of Bachelor of
Science. Special degrees of Bachelor
of Science in Commerce, in Education,
and Library Science will he omitted this
year, the president slated. Instead, the
degree of Bachelor of Science will be
awarded all candidate-, in these fields,
with special mention (embodied in the
diploma) of the particular field of each
candidate.
John Erskine, noted author and musician, will deliver the Commencement
address. Members of Siguum I.audis,
senior scholastic society, will a-^ist in
presenting the diplomas to the seniors.
The Reverend Charles I'indlay, nf St.
Andrew's Episcopal church, will deliver
the baccalaureate address Sunday,
June 17 at 4:30 o'clock in Page auditorium. The College chorus will present
several selections at the services.
Y.W.C.A. TO SEND
' MISS LOGAN,'35,
TO CONFERENCE
Sarah Logan, '35, who was recently
elected president of the Young Women's Christian association for next
year, will be a delegate of the College
i'.W.C.A. 11. the -indent conference ;ii
Silver Bay, "ii Lake George, This
Y.W.I'.A. conference i-. conducted
every year near the end nf June. This
year the date is June 2(1 to June JH.
The theme nf the conference meeting this year will he "The Challenge of
an Interdependent World." Then will
he delegates from various promincnl
colleges inch as: the University of
Chicago, Vassar, Barnard, Columbia,
and Queen's University of Canada.
Promincnl speaker1, will address the
conference,
ft is customary for tin- Incoming
president of the Y.W.c.A. to attend
tin silver Hay conference as a delegate.
Other students Interested in ihe eon
vention also attend, paying their own
expenses.
members earlier in the year. The list
was revealed by Dr. A. R. Brubacher,
president, at the annual Moving-np Day
ceremonies conducted Friday morning
in Page hall auditorium.
The members of the 1934 Siguum
Laudis are: Renwick Arnott, Ethel
Cipperly, Alice Eitzpatrick, Louise
Godfrey, Dorothy Graiuer, Theresa
Mach, Lettle Osborn, William Rogers,
Eunice Stsbower, Marion Welch, Louise
Wells, and Evelyn Wells; also, Mary
Davies, Edith De Hollander, Muriel
Denton, Madolyn Dickinson, Evelyn
Dudden, Ruth Kinklcstcin, Krida Lunclcll, S. Dorothy Maloney, Dorothy
Shapiro, Julia Shields, Eleanor Waterbury, and Ida Winer. Miss Evelyn
Wells was named as president of the society, having secured the highest academic average.
Sarah Logan Appoints
Second Y.W.C.A. Cabinet
Members of the second cabinet of
the Young Women's Christian association as named by Sarah Logan, '35, incoming president, thi.-. week are; meetings, Anne Rand, '37; social service,
Margaret Woodruff, '36*; music, Susan
Smith, '35; bazaar, I'Jnma Rogers, '3d;
conferences and conventions, Elizabeth
Siudehaker, '37; membership, Mildred
firmer, '36J world fellowship, Marian
Shultes, '37; social, Mary Hershey, '37;
devotions, Julia Merchant, '3b; hooktable, Catherine Craudall, '37; and hid
leliu hoard, Luella Worsen, '30.
The second cabinet was installed as
a body on Wednesday with the other
new officials,
,Vc.\t year the system of Junior
Guides will be conducted on an entirely
new plan, in an effort to make the incoming students more at home in
a .shorter time, Jayne Ihicklcy, '3d, general chairman of the Junior Guides committee, said today,
Changes in both activity and place
are to be made, since the service is to
have its headquarters in the office of
Dean Helen Hall Morcland, instead of
being conducted from a booth in the
Rotunda of Draper hall. In order to
make a closer contact with the freshmen, the work has been divided among
seventeen captains, each in charge of a
group of juniors. Any information
needed or plans laid will he had through
the general chairman and these captains.
Tentative plans are under way for a
gel together early next fall as .soon as
freshman entrance tests arc completed.
The captains in charge of Junior
Guides, iti addition to Miss Buckley as
general chairman, are: Lois Poller,
Elizabeth llartline, Janet Lewis. Norma Taylor, Ruth Edmunds, Muldah
Classen', Margaret Woodruff, Mary
Kane, fulia Merchant, Virginia Flora,
Elaine Unird, Charlotte Rockow, Itlndwyii 15vans, Frances Siudehaker, Marjoric Wheaton, Jacqueline Evans, and
William Maker.
WELCOMES PLEDGES
Gamma chapter of Kappa Delta Rhn
welcomes into pledge membership the
following: Thomas Kelly,'36, Thomas
Median, Frederick My rues, Thomas
Harrington, and Edward I lulihan,
freshmen.
Sophomores Are Victorious In Rivalry;
Final Score For Contest Is 20Mi to lOVa
Another chapter in State's '.ana, "The Reign nf Ihe Sophomore Continues, or W h y can't the Frcsl
n Sing?" lias hcen finished, Rivalry
between the classes o( IMG and 1937 came to an end Moving-up Day
night when Rlnine Halrtl, '.V., received the silver loving cup, awarded to
the winning class, [ronl F.lizalicth ; 19.1(5.
The sophomores won tin- pushball
Kaiunierer, M-l. Freshmen wire lasi
coolest after an uncertain fight in which
victorious in 1930,
Rivalry starled with a sing in tile the freshmen held the hall in their opfall and was followed by the toys' and ponents' territory n large part of the
girls' basketball games. A l l of these time. The sophomore girls proved themcontests were won by the sophomores, selves superior in track events, winning
The freshmen won their first points by all but Ihe obstacle race. Moving-up
defeating their rivals in a humorous I Jay stunt was won by the freshmen,
debate in the regular assembly. As both Ihe sing in the evening by die sophoclasses retained their banners Ihrnugl mores. The total scores were ..'II.', i points
n the designated period, live poiittsl for Ihe sophomores to I0J4 points for
were awarded in eael
king lite score . lite class of 19,17, No crcdil was given
U% to 7;/y in favor of Ihe .lass of , to either class (or Ihe mascot hunt.
day. The Teachers divided evenly both
the four singles and two double matches
with the Saints.
Livingston nf Stale added another
scalp to his unbroken four year string,
downing Smvthc of St. Stephen's 0-0,
6-1. Le I'cvre nf St. Stephen's nosed
out Ilardnicycr d-d, 6-A, Decker of
State triumphed handily over Kent of
St. Stephen's 7-5, 5-7, u-1. Plotnik of
Slate Inst to Qiiiuu ill a Inug drawn nut
duel, (5-d, 1-u, 7-5.
In the doubles, Livingston and Nail,
Slate, defeated Sinythe and Kent, o-l,
K-o, as Kramer and Plotnik bowed to
LcbYvre and Qiiimi of St. Stephen's,
Milton Coldberger, '35, will he president of the 1934-1935 debate council,
succeeding Frances Higgins, '34. Kenneth Christian, '35, will be vice-president, and Jayne Buckley, '3d, will be
secretary. Ralph Alttnan, '36, will be
manager of debate and Elizabeth Hartline, *3fi, will serve as publicity director.
Goldberger has been active in both
class and varsity forensic competition
since his freshman year, l i e was a
member of the 1935 freshman team
which met the freshman team of Rensselaer Polytechnic institute. Goldberger also was a member of the varsity team which met Union university
in November. Christian served as secretary of debate council this year, participated in the Qnbn debate, and recently attended the New York stale
debating conference at Colgate univerBiology club conducted ils election sity.
Debate council keys were awarded
of 1935 officers at a recent meeting.
The results are as follows: president, nil Moving-up Hay to Dorothy (irillin,
Greufell
Rand,-anil Miss I liggius, senSarah Logan, '35; vice-president, Janet
iors, for participation in Intercollegiate
Urown, '35; secretary-treasurer, Mary debate,
Eluiendorf, '36; held secretary, Jane I Miss Buckley, Miss llartline and
lligham, '3fi; historian, Elorerice Law- I Allniau were recently chosen as tneinlor, '36; editor of Lctivcs, Esther tier- j hers of debate council, Miss lli«gins
steii, '35; senior representative. Carl- staled today. The announcement wa
also made that Mr. Donald llryant, inj ion Coulter, '35; junior representativ
structor in English, will succeed Dr.
i Paul Bulger, '3d; sophomore represei
Harold W. Thompson, professor of
tative, Margaret Schuyler, '37.
English, as coach of varsity debute.
Mr. Bryant has served as coach of
freshman debate teams this year. Mr.
Louis (". (ones who will assume die.
instruclorsbip in English held by Miss
Catherine W. Pelt/, during her leave of
absence next vear, will succeed Mr.
Chemistry club will have its annual
Ilryant as coach of freshman debate.
picnic al Indian Ladder today, accord
inc. to Harold Gardner, M4, president.
Cars will leave at the Washington
avenue entrance of Draper hall at .1:15
o'clock. Sylvia SarolT, '3-1, will be
general chairman of the picnic. Tile
eoininillees who will assi-l Miss SarolT
arc: food, Florence Stanchiik, '.15, and
The Stale College tennis learn will
arrangements, Miriam Contain, '3(5.
wind up its schedule this week with
two mad matches, The Teachers lake
on Rensselaer polytechnic Institute at
W I L L BE D E L E G A T E
Troy tomorrow, and on Tuesday Ihey
Arllon R. Hush, 'IS, will attend Ihe invade Clinton lo tackle Hamilton,
biennial convention of Kappa Delia Rho
Sanford Livingston and Carl Tarfraternity as delegate of Gamma chap- hox, graduate sludents, are the only
iiieu
certain of their positions. The reter. The convention will he conducted
this year with Zeia chapter of Pennsyl- mainder of the sipiad will he selected
from
the following: Maxwell Plotnik,
vania Slate college, Stale College,
graduate student; Wilfred Allard,
Pennsylvania, as host In ihe other Clifford Rail, and Charles Connolly,
eighteen chapters, on Thursday, Friday, juniors; Frank I lardmeyer, George
and Salurday, June 1-1, 15, and Id. Decker, and Kdward Kramer, sophWilliam Jones, MS, is alternate,
MIMO.VS; and Harry Wheeler, '37.
Biology Club Conducts
1935 Officer Election
Chemistry Club Has
Annual Picnic Today
HAMILTON-R.P.I.
TO CLOSE SEASON
FOR TENNIS MEN
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