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State College News
VOL.
XX, No. 17
Pinafore To Be
March 17 and 18
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, MARCH 13,
PINAFORE' CAPTAIN
A n n u a l Music Council
Operetta
I s Directed B y Dr. Candlyn
And Norma Taylor
The iSfjite College Operatic society
will present the Gilbert and Suilivitn operetta, " I I . M . S . P i n n f o r o " ,
Tuesday and VVediicsdny in the Page
hall auditorium at 8:30 o'clock. Dr.
T. Frederick U. Candlyn will conduct
the musical score of the
operetta, .•mil Norma Taylor, ''Mi, the
dramatic action of the production,
according to Frances Studobnker,
'3(i, president of the anisic association.
A cast of nine principals and two
choruses, the crew and passengers
of the flagship of the British navy,
II.M.N. pinafore, will sing the music
and re-enact the romance of the
popular light opera.
Edward Kramer, '30. who will
The story is the romance of a
portray the role of Captain Corcommon seaman, Ralph Raekstraw,
coran in the (lilhert and Sullivan
and
the captain's
daughter,
operetta " I I . M. S. P i n a f o r e " ,
Josephine, who is being wooed also
to be presented Tuesday and
by Sir Joseph, admiral of the
Wednesday in Page ball audiqueen's navy and far the choice of
torium,
her father, the captain. A series of
complications set in which at the
finale are cleared up in rollicking
Gilbert and Sullivan style.
The cast includes the following:
Little B u t t e r c u p , Miss Studebakcr; Josephine, Mary Lam, ",'<";
Cousin Hebe, lOlizabeth Meury, ' 3 7 ;
Dick Bendeyc, William Baker, ' 3 6 ;
Captain Corcoran, Kdward Kramer,
Thirteen more students of State
' 3 0 ; Sir Joseph Porter, James Vanderpoel,
' 3 7 ; boatswain,
Edward college are the possessors of teachRnbol, '37; boatswain's mate, Trwin ing positions according to an anStinger, ' 3 7 ; and Ralph Raekstraw, nouncement made by Miss Kdna M.
Lowerroo, director of the AppointCharles Matthews, '37.
ment Bureau.
Those in the supporting choruses
Four graduate students who have
a r e : first sopranos, Roselln Agostine, positions include: Margaret Hill, '35,
Barbara
Clark,
Mildred
Similes, librarian at Otego; Ruth Madden,
Muriel Soule, and Doris
Stone, '3.5, English at Millbrook; Idwal
seniors; Mary Marchetta, Elizabeth Parry, '35, wdio will teach mat heCarinichael, Evelyn Jlamaiin, Wini- matics and science at Mountaindalc;
fred
Monroe, ami Alice
Allard, and Ruth Jaiisen, '30, commerce at
juniors; Sophie Wolzok and Helen Hancock.
Monroe, sophomores; and Catherine
The nine members of this year's
Krien, '3D; second sopranos and
graduating class who have acquired
altos, Regina Barrett, '30, Ruth
places since the last release from
Hallock, Betty Studebaker,
Alice
the office of the Appointment Bureau
Kemp, and J a n e Smith, j u n i o r s ;
are:
Paul Bulger, commerce at
Mary Pomponio and Sylvia Kudon,
Coeymans; William Pullagar, mathesophomores; tenors, Gerald Amyot,
matics and science at Schagbticokc;
'30, Charles Oaylord, '38, and James
Ruth Gillespie, social science at CasSpence, '3D; basses, Philip Carlson
tleton; Mary Kane, English and
and Clarence Snckoy, seniors; Alon/.o
Latin at Mast Rockaway; Rita Kane,
DuMont and G, Bona Id Be Serio,
social science and history at Milljuniors; Leonard Freeman, ' 3 8 ; and
brook; Nina Laube, commerce at
Kenneth Bornn, '3(1.
Sharon Springs; Katherine McCorTickets arc priced at. 35<« for inack, commerce nt Coeymans; Milstudents, or student tax tickets, and dred Schneider, English at Painted
I50y for members of the faculty and P o s t ; and Florence Somerville, comoutsiders.
The tickets will be on merce at Homer.
sale today, Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday in the Rotunda.
There
will lie no reserved seats except for
a few rows reserved for the faculty.
Thirteen Students
Receive Positions
For Coming Year
Issues To Face
Next Assembly
A m e n d m e n t s T o Constitution,
B y - L a w s Will Be Subject
Of Discussion
An amendment to the Student
Association
Constitution
and an
amendment to the By-Laws, introduced in last week's assembly, will
be on the assembly calendar next
Friday after being posted for two
weeks in accordance with the rules
of the association.
The constitutional amendment would transfer the
regulation of Moving-up Day and of
inter-class
rivalry
from
student
council to Myskania, senior honorary
society.
The addition to the ByLaws would make L'xi^ry sixth assembly program a business meeting for
the discussion of student
affairs
alone.
The proposed transfer of powers
from student council to Myskania
would not go into effect until next
fall, according to the resolution.
Virginia Stoel, '37, who introduced
the amendment, made the following
statement to the NEWS:
" T h e control of Moving-up Day
by Myskania is in accordance with
the feeling that this day is the senior
class's last function as a part of the
undergraduate body, and therefore
should be managed by seniors.
' ' The t r a n s f e r of inter-class
rivalry regulation to Myskania is
Important
in the elimination of
representatives of both the two lower
classes from participation in meetings regarding a matter in which
each has a rival interest.
Secrecy
is an important factor in the fair
conduct of rivalry, and Myskania,
as a secret and senior body, seems
the fitting agent in this case. Since
inter-class rivalry is so closely associated with Moving-up events, it
seems logical to make use of flic
same senior body to regulate i t . "
The text of the amendment is as
follows: " R e s o l v e d : To amend the
{Continued on page 4, column 5)
Branch of Alumni
To Have Luncheon
The annual luncheon of the New
York city branch of the New York
State College for Teachers Alumni
association will be tomorrow at the
Hotel Astor at 12:00 o'clock noon.
Representatives from State wdio
will be present are Professor John
M. Sayles, principal of Milne High
school, Miss Kdna Lowerree, secre
tury of I he Appointment Bureau,
Miss A one Pierce, former dean of
women, and Mrs. Elizabeth Brimmer,
secretary of the Alumni association.
Shower of Resolutions Assails
Student Body in Friday Assembly
Forensic Members
To Judge Debates
Members of the Stale college debale team and council have been
ashed to judge a series of radio debates by various high schools in the
capital 'district, according to a recent announcement by Mr. Louis <'.
Jones, instructor in Knglish mill
varsity debate coach.
The debates occur every week up
to May 13 when the two high schools
surviving the play nil' will debute
I'oi- the championship. The debates
lire broadcast over Station WABY
located in the Hotel Ten Kyek every
Wednesday at -1:1" o'clock.
Robert
,1. Khillinglaw, a graduate of Slate
college and supervising principal of
Cnsllrtun I'ni(in school of I'astlctouon Hudson, is i" charge of the
debates.
ANNOUNCE COST
The price of admission to a lecture In IK' given by Miss Eunice
Avery on ' ' Washington News on the
Home F r o n t " , which will be presented on Thursday, March 2fl, in
Page hall at 8:3d o'clock by Beta
Zctn alumnae, is fifty cents foi outsiders, twenty-live cents for students,
or exchange of student tax ticket.
Two of the four motions placed
on the student association calendar
of business in last Friday's assembly
were passed by the association during tlie assembly period.
One of
these, an amendment to the By-Laws
of I he Student association recommended by the Point System Revision committee in its first report
In the association, was passed after
suspension of the rule requiring all
amendments to be posted for two
weeks before voting.
The other
motion which was passed requested
the administration to re-open the
Lounge of Richardson hall to general
student use.
The Point
System
committee's
recommendation
provided
that
Myskania, senior honorary society,
shall check with the point system
ench spring to see that no person
shall be certified to any office if
this would result in his holding
offices in excess of the limits of the
point system, This will prevent, as
Ralph Altnuin, '3d, chairman of the
Revision Committee, explained to the
assembly, the " r a c k e t " of persons
securing offices and holding them by
hook or crook in spite of all postelection efforts to enforce the point
system.
The amendment becomes section
0 of the Hy-Lnws and goes into
effect immediately.
Under the now
system it is provided that all elec-
tions to offices coining under the
point system, except student association offices otherwise provided for
in the constitution or by-laws, shall
be completed by the last of April
and be provisional until certified by
Myskania.
Myskania shall check
I he provisional reports which it receives, and shall then require all
persons with an excess of offices to
lake their choice of them up to the
limits of the point system.
Re-elections made
necessary
through withdrawals will take place
in the first two weeks of May, and
linal certification of all offices shall
be complete at least I luce days before Moving-up Bay.
No public
announcement of elections shall be
made until after certification by
Myskania.
The second of the Point System
Revision committee's
recommendations to the student association will
be made when the present survey
of the value of offices is completed,
according to Altman.
The request sent to the Dean of
Women regarding the Lounge asked
the return of the status of former
years. The preamble to the resolutions contrasted the Lounge with
the Commons of Hawley ball—the
Lounge being a place of quiet and
1936
$2.25 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues
Student Initiative Needed
For Rotogravure Pictures
To all amateur camera fiends,
scatterers of the fair name of
N. V. S. C. T., and critics, let
it be known that such opportunity
has been available in the past
years for the mere taking to
spread the scenic views of State
and Minerva to the four corners
of the nation and some three hundred institutions of learning, coeducational or otherwise.
The Collegiate Digest, otherwise identified as the weekly rotagravure section distributed with
the N E W S , has continually held its
arms wide open to clutch to its
bosom such glossy products of the
" b i r d i e " box as may be of
interest to the males and coeds
gathering the facts of education
throughout the length and breadth
of these United States. If those
who are continually belittling us
creatures of the press will take
in hand their pens and pictures
and address them to Collegiate
Digest, P. O. Box 472, Madison,
Wisconsin, their efforts may find
their rewards some Friday morning in the little brown section.
(P.S,
There is, we believe, a
slight stipend as additional encouragement to cover expenses of
the accepted product.)
Deno Formulates
Tentative Plans
For Conference
John Deno, '37, is making tentative plans for the National Student
federation regional conference which
will lie conducted here at State some
week-end between April tenth and
twenty-fifth.
It is expected that a
large delegation will attend from
the Middle Atlantic region, of which
we are a part.
Among the prominent
students
who wili attend are Thomas S. Neblett, president
of the N.S.F.A.,
Arthur Northwood, Jr., of Columbia
university, recently elected president
who will take office in July, Robert
Klein from New York university,
president of the Middle Atlantic
region, and Rita Von Oeseu from
Skiilinorc, secretary.
The conference will start on Friday morning and end Saturday evening. During the course of the conference, prominent men of the capital
district will address the group, There
will be plenary sessions, reports
from the regional chairman, and
raising of issues not covered by the
agenda.
At the round table discussions, such topics as "Positive
Methods of Curriculum
improvem e n t " , " M e t h o d s of Preserving
World P e a c e " , and " S t u d e n t and
Economic P r o b l e m s " will he taken
up 1 iv the participants, Klein will
select the discussion leaders.
The conference will merit every
State college student's participation
since problems of inter'St to ail studeals will be discussed.
Students
are urged to submit to Deno any
questions which they wish to have
discussed,
Sayles to Speak
To Student Body;
Quartet to Sing
State May Enact
$50 Tuition Bill
Legislature To Consider Passage
Of Act Requiring Students
To Pay Annual Fee
Legislation on Capitol Hill this
week assumed proportions which will
drastieally affect State college with
the introduction of a bill which would
establish a tuition fee of $50 a year
for all students. This bill was instituted by Assemblyman Abbot Low
Moffat, chairman of the Ways and
Means committee, and would be effective on July 1, 1936.
The bill is a direct outcome of the
Republican program to cut the Governor's budget, and is intended to n e t
the State approximately $400,000 per
year. This money would not be used
in connection with the educational institutions, but would be entered in
the general fund and would replace
moneys which have previously been
secured through the one cent emergency gas tax.
Tlie section of the bill which would
establish this tuition is as follows:
" E v e r y student admitted to a state
normal school or a state college for
teachers and pursuing any regular
course of study therein for the completion of which a diploma may be
granted or a degree conferred and
not including the instruction, service
and sessions described in subdivision
two hereof, shall pay annual tuition
of fifty dollars if, at the time of such
admission or of any annual registration, he or she is a bona fide resident
of this state, and, if not then such a
resident, shall pay annual tuition the
amount of which shall be fixed from
time to time by the education department of not less than fifty dollars.
Applicants for admission to such a
school or college shall present such
evidences of proficiency or be subject
to such examination as shall be prescribed by such department. Moneys
derived from such tuition paid by
resident students and up to fifty dollars of the amount collected after
July first, nineteen hundred thirtyseven, for such tuition, from every
(Continued
on page 4, column 1)
1938 To Conduct
Annual Banquet
The Sophomore class will conduct
a banquet on Monday at 6:00 o'clock
in the Cafeteria of Husted hall, according to Clarence Van Ettcn, general chairman of the affair.
Herbert Drooz, president, will act
as toastmaster and introduce the
speakers and guests.
The speakers at the banquet are to
be Mr. William CI. Hardy and Mr.
Louis C. Jones, instructors in English. The subject of the talk will be,
" H o w Not to Write a College Research P a p e r . "
The guests include Dr. A. R.
Brubacher, president; Dr. Milton Q.
Nelson, dean; Miss Helen H . Moreland, dean of women; Elaine Baird
and Glenn Ungerer, members of
Myskania, senior honorary society,
and guardians of the class.
Marion Ball will lead the singing
of a few songs.
Committees assisting A'nn Etten
an-: decorations, Percy
Fonnan i
guests, Herbert Brooz; programs,
Helen Ciilleniiis and Ursula Tetruult;
entertainment, Marion Ball; attendants, Charles (iaylord; and advertising, Molly Howling.
Those sophomores planning to atlend the affair should sign up on the
main bulletin board. The price is
fifty cents.
Professor John M. Sayles will
address the student assembly today
as n part of the annual dormitory
drive. The purpose now is the building of a dormitory for men and
an athletic field house, both lo be
erected opposite the Alumni Residence hall. Professor Sayles is chairman of the building committee and
has I'M'i very active in the campaign
which resulted this year in the Alumni
Residence halls for women students.
The remaining time in the assembly
will be turned over to the Quartet
The Pedagogue announces that the
from Utah, which will sing a number
of songs, The quartet is in the Last following have been chosen as class
historians, according to Virginia
on a good-will tour.
Chnppell, '86, editor: IPSO, Charlotte
Rockow; 1037, Anne Rand; 1938,
Marion Ball; and 1QSB, Ruth Lewis.
GAME W I L L BE PLAYED
Those who have signed for the
Last minute word as the Nicw.s Pedagogue will have an opportunity
went to press Thursday noon was to pay for it all next week at the
relaxation and the Commons u room that the freshman-sophomore basket- table in front of room X. The price
for study and conversation and ball game will be played Monday now is $4.25. Any one who has not
night after the sophomnre banquet. as yet subscribed, may still do so,
smoking.
Pedagogue Names
Class Historians
Page 2
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 13, 1936
State College News
program of Moving-up' day to Myskania. As Moving-up
day is a tradition of State and tied up completely with
tlio seniors and Myakania, it is only fair that they
Bittbllshed by the Clan of 1918
should be allowed t o formulate their own plans for
The Undergraduate Newapaper of New York State
the occasion. Traditions should be the last to suffer
College for Teachers
changes.
Well, we threw our parties. Seb,
Discussion of t h e resolution introThe other proposed amendment will give the students
a needed assembly period to adequately discuss State duced in last week's assembly to I understand, has been seeing her
Though there lias been no official business change the powers of regulating emery day before and since. And
K A B L D. EBKBS
Editor-in-Chief problems.
the past semester it does not indicate that there is a inter-class rivalry and Moving-up I was told that the little French girl
Kappa Delta Bho, 117 S. Lake Avenue, 2-4314
lack of such. The proper opportunity must present it- Day from student council t o Mys- was afraid she'd make the column
EMUA A. ROGERS
News
Editor
self before it can become evident. Whether or not kunia, senior honorary society, led if she kramer the way she did . , .
Beta Zeta, 680 Madison Avenue, 2-8206
one in six will prove adequate will have to be deter- the NEWS to conduct a questionnaire 134's tall dark handsome man met
OLINW M. UNOKEEB
Associate
Editor mined, but that will a t least provide an occasional oppor- of opinion on the subject. Following up with somebody a " l i t t l e bit inare student opinions on the resolu- d e p e n d e n t " . , . news does get
Bdward B. Potter Club, 203 Ontario Street, 2-0424
tunity for student expression.
tion:
J t o DBXTIB
Assistant News Editor
around, even now you're second
Ralph Altman, '30; I am definitely choice . . . Van is going in for
Kappa Delta Bho, 117 8. Lake Avenue, 2-4314
opposed to t h e resolution. Moving- diversification in a big way . . .
HABBT GOMAIB
Assistant News Editor
"H. M. S. PINAFORE"
up Day and rivalry are executive they say Chris and Neil looked cute
Edward B. Potter Club, 203 Ontario Street, 2-0424
functions and consequently belong to
Assurance
that
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a
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is
to
be
definitely
pre. . , Santi brought a richly laden
VIBOIWIA STOW,
Assistant News Editor
student council. The shift in powers
sented
next
week
will
gladden
many
music
lovers
both
package with him . . . summarizAlumni Residence Hall, 221 Ontario Street, 3-9137
last
year
was
an
experiment
t
h
a
t
in State and Albany. The long awaited annual proing, there was at least one couple a t
CAROLYN SIMONBT
Business
Manager
proved
successful.
So
far
this
year
duction of Music association will have its usual large
each house that was not something
Gamma Kappa Phi, 288 Quail Street, 2-4144
audience of critics to j u d g e the excellence of the operetta we h a v e n ' t had t h e trouble with new . , . now for the news of
JOHN DENO
Associate Business Manager in comparison with past performances of the music rivalry we did last year, and Moving-up Day went just as smoothly the week . . . Town-crier Charlie
Kappa Delta Bho, 117 S. Lake Avenue, 2-4314
department.
as before. I d o n ' t see the point of is going in for reesing the devil on
LMJRITA SELD
Associate Business Manager
Dr. Candlyn deserves much praise for his finished
dinner dates . . . Joe of the
the shift.
work. Annually his productions in Page auditorium
Doltn Omega, 400 Western Avenue, 2-0701
Dorothy Cain, ' 3 8 : I think i t ' s tumbling Joes is having a hihih time
have ranked as outstanding features in the capital disthe Schenectady telephone
trict music calendar. Taking the rawest material in swell. Myskania, a s the most reprethe freshman year, D r , Candlyn turns the greenest sentative body in the college, should wires are burning up one Miss MulliSPORTS EDITORS
prospect into a product worthy of appearing before logically have charge of these events. gan . . . a lot of the boys were
Helen Clyde, ' 3 7 : The amendment afraid to go to the Dorm Tuesday
Frank J, Hnrdmeyer, Charles McConville, seniors
an audience. From a department allowing no majoring
or minoring, Dr. Candlyn produces one of the most is unnecessary since the subject was night for fear of the exact nature
SOPHOMORE D E S K EDITORS
of the social director's experiment
worthy intangible results of any portion of tho cur- thoroughly discussed last spring.
Warren Densmore, Muriel Goldberg, David Smith,
Richard Cox, ' 3 8 : I believe that . . . E. David has been going in
riculum.
Eamona VanWie, Sophie Wolzok
If next week's performance ranks with the past three Myskania should assume these duties for a higher education up Western
Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, lio one attending will since they require secrecy. Rivalry after rehearsals . , . Billy has
REPORTERS
is mostly a judicial function, and been going in for a n education . . .
Rosella Agostlne, Phyllis Boswortli, Loretta Buckley, Elsa regret the time spent away from the books and worries
Calkins, Hulda Classen, Kutb Edmunds, Jacqueline Bvaus, of college routine. The cast a n d director will bo worthy .Moving-up Day is a mutter of tra- and folks, .Dm has not only scored
dition and one of Myskania's origi- over union (or was it R P I ; cf. story
Buth Gillespie, Marie Geesler, Mary Hudson, Aubrey of your patronage.
Kalbaugh, Margaret Woodruff, seniors; Alice Barrows,
nal functions.
on king) but reunion . , . we
Helen Clyde, Isabel Davldge, Elizabeth Gooding, Elfrleda
John Edwards, ' 3 7 : I ' m agin it,
either had to suy that or else . . .
Hartt, Elizabeth Herr, Joan Kaplan, Ethel Keshuer, Mary
Charles
Gaylord,
'
3
8
;
Moving-up
Lam, Bobert Marglson, Mary Plank, Elinor Smalley, Phyllis
REQUEST NUMBER TWO
finally, did you notice Kbers bowling
Day concerns t h e whole college and
Vermllye, Juniors; Betty Appledoorn, Rose Berkowitz,
We expect an
Mildred Bodln, Anne Burr, Prances Caulll, Helen Callenlus,
Wo have mentioned before in this column the neces- needs the prestige of Myskaniii. As them (her) over?
Kathryn Carlson, Richard Cox, Alvena DeLong, Antoinette sity of cooperation in order to successfully p u t over for rivalry, a t present it isn't fair editorial on cluttering up the ComDon Vito, Elizabeth Driscoll, Jeanne Edgcuinbe, Ruth Frost,
Myskania would be mons floor next week . . . ami, so
Ella Gilford, Merrlam Gould, Marjorle Jobson, PhylliB tho regional N. S. F . A. convention to be conducted in to the frosh.
long.
Jobson. Rose Kurkhill, Charlotte Ltbnian, Jean Llcnensteiu, Albany next month, but as the time approaches, we feel a disinterested judge.
Josephine Maurice, Mary McClung, Lillian Mustier, Ruth the magnitude of t h e affair can well stand another call
Charles
McConville,
'BO:
in
the
Mullen, Helen OlskI, Theresa Palmer, Mae Rosenbeck,
THE MAN O F STATE
Adelaide Schmld, Jean Shaver, Martha Sbeeby, Muriel for help. When 0110 considers that plans must be fairly past, the average Myskunia members
complete by Easter vacation, four weeks are not too who had charge of the Moving-up
Stewart, Ruth Thompson, Mary Tobln, sophomores.
much time.
Day contest knew little or nothing
1935 Member 1936
Already one organization has promised its aid, but of the rules. Student council has
Mr, Deno and bis assistants will also require tho back- appointed competent officials who
ing of other groups. S t a t e can be a spectator or an satisfied all. Therefore \ think the
active participant, whichever it wishes. The only pos- present set-up should be maintained
Distributor of
sible obstacle is the expense, and this item, for State so that student council would receive
To T H E EDITOR STATE COLLEGE N E W S :
credit for t h e new system.
delegates, will be at a minimum.
I ' m writing this in the hopes of
Martha Martin, ' 3 6 : Myskania is
Published every Friday in the college year by the
State docs not lack forensic material. This college
It is getting somebody to read this who
Editorial Board representing the Student Association. can equal any group t h a t will come here. State does the highest honorary body.
Subscriptions, $2.25 per year; single copies, ten cents. not lack the problems that other institutions have. non-prejudiced. It seems t o 1110 t h a t can remedy the situation.
Delivered anywhere in the United States. Entered as Little more is needed, then, than some energy to get it should take charge of Moving-up
Many times student organizations
•econd class matter at post-offlce, Albany, N. Y.
have been in need of a mimeograph
outside the corridors of these buildings and attend this Day and inter-class rivalry.
Carol Mires, ' 3 7 : If Myskania is machine for their varied needs. I t is
convention.
PRIHTZD BY BOYD PEINTINO CO., I N C . , ALBANY, N . Y.
to judge disputes arising from inter- practically impossible to borrow one.
All in all, the meeting may be tho usual mediocre class rivalry, in its capacity as a
Clubs are issuing papers and bookgathering that so many of its kind are, or it may be
Vol. XX, No. 17 March, 13, 1930
Albany, N . Y. a huge success, educationally and socially, with State judicial budy, mutters would be sim- lets ns a means of keeping alive the
plified if they controlled rivalry
definitely in the category as t h e ideal host. Much will from the beginning. I am sure they interest of the students in the clubs.
It would be a vital aid to the clubs
depend on the student body a n d its ambition,
would be more than willing In call
in their work.
READ, CONSIDER, ACT
in outside help in judging athletic
Couldn't a sum be allotted from tho
events, rather than disport themIf any State student has never before written to his
student budget, in some manner, to
selves on t h e campus.
state senator.or assemblyman, he or she will not lack an
issue to do so immediately. Pending before the legisMildred Nightingale, ' 3 8 : Since provide for such a machine to be
T)f\{\irQMystery Entertainme
lature a t this time is a bill which, if passed, will require
Myskania is composed of seniors, I placed whero a member of the faculty
D V / U I V . 0 I By Six Leading Authc
every student of a state supported college or normal
believe it would be t h e most dis- or a college employee could superinterested body to have in cliurgo vise it?
school to pay on enrollment a yearly tuition fee of fifty
Hopefully,
of rivalry. .Moving-up Day is the
dollars. There will be no exceptions for any student or
A '38.
last opportunity of t h e seniors for
class of students.
participation
in student life a t
(For Sale or Bent in the Co-op)
Tho hardship it will work is easy to depict. At least
State, so they should run it. Per- Rditor STATU COM.EOE N E W S :
fifty per cent of the enrollment now has to engage in
The President's Mystery Story, propounded by haps their lour y e a r s ' experience
As a student in State college, I
some outside job to provide the necessary funds for his
have been appalled by Hie noon liuur
or her college education. This fee would wipe out un Franklin D. Roosevelt j solved by Rupert Hughes, will be of benefit.
Samuel Hopkins .Adams. Anthony Abbot, liitit Wcimun,
Vera Shinners, '3h; I believe Hint situation in and around the annex
average of three months' work for most of these
S. S. Van Dine, and John Erskino. New Vorks Farritr the control of rivalry should In- left, and tho cafeteria.
The number of
individuals.
and Hinohiirt. 1302 pages. $2.50,
in the hands of student council. students crowded into that area is
In addition, the status of the FEHA is none too
" A gooil detective story is the answer to Howell's 'Twouhl !»' dilfieiill lo find a mure neither healthful, pleasant, nor sensistable. Over one hundred students a r e now receiving
financial help from this source. It may continue for question—'What is so rare us 11 day in J u n e ? ' Hun- democratic or fairer plan. He-ides, ble, In fact, it is ridiculously un•several years, or it may be discontinued at a moment's dreds of such novels are published every year but only siiideiil council managed very well sensible.
notice. Add this extra fee and subtract the above a i\<w are really worth the lime ami attention of intel- l;i-I vear 11II1I 11 in If tii I >1 eill v will do Why shouldn't there lie facilities
Franklin
D, Hoosevelt - 0 a g i i i i i .
income and you get the facts. It is comparable to kick- ligent r e a d e r s , " President
fur eating in a college of thirteen
remarked some years ago nl the Kxceutivo Mansion in
Elsa Smith, '37: The powers of hundred students?
ing a person in the face when he is down and out.
Myskania were traditional and should
A fair percentage who are just able to scrimp along Albany while he was (ioverinir of Xew York Stale.
Why
should
students
desiring
six lending mystery and detective ami oilier story never have been lunched. The promay find this tuition charge to be the " l a s t s t r a w "
" m o i e c o m f o r t " eat in musty Incisor
posed
resolution
will
restore
to
Sly--writers
are
the
combined
authors
of
this
six
chapter
and be forced to terminate their college careers after
rooms,'
0110 or two or even three years. The prospects of the volume. Knell one, except for the first, wrote a chapter kuniii powers and prestige that rightWhy should students cat standing
I'ullv
belong:
to
un
Important
group.
The problem
future and of entering a respectable profession will bo after reading the preceding chapters,
Sally Whelan, '38j Personally I against the walls of Hie building?
set forth by the President is " H o w can 11 man disdestroyed by the blow.
Prom tlie student point of view, I
The student body should go on record us doftliitely appear with live million dollars in any negotiable form inn in fin or of t lie mot ion. I low •
and not be t r a c e d . ' " Mr, Fulton Oursler writes the ev el', I lie iplcst ioll vv us gone ov or la -I ! •aiHgesl, if butter facilities at'e not
opposing tho passage of this measure,
year, MI why bring it up a g a i n '
provided bv Hie administration, that
AND each individual student should lake the time of preface explaining the origin of the buoli
William Baker, ':oi: I believe Hint the students find a nearby pli which
a personal call or the expense of u postage stamp to urge
The selling originating around Southampton, Long
Island, centers about New V'ork Oily with a definite these event- should lie in Hie hand- is mure conducive l» n' comfortable
his or her senator and assemblyman to kill the bill.
purpose in the journey to Pointed Post, .Yew York, of Myskaniii. Tlie seniors mi tlml j noontime repnsl
A Sol'IIUMOKK.
Omaha, and Toronto. In this story die common love body have no pei'nonill interests li
look mil fur. are less him-eil, lllul
triangle element expands to a foursome,
have more experience in -Indent
TWO RESOLUTIONS
Decidedly different from the average mystery plot, ull'air- I hiiu any nl her group.
Friday morning, tho morning of umundmouU and this theme contains 110 midnight murders, no daring
resolutions, produced two proposals which should be robberies, no secluded scandals. Instead, a murder is
seriously considered by the student body before next planned, and avoided by the victim hi be; million* in
Friday, One concerns the placing of inter class rivalry cash are involved; ventriloquism and plastic surgery
and Moving-up Day in tho hands of Myskaniu begin- are substituted, After un ' ail llleial ' murder, the wife
Organi/.nliiui budgets are due in
ning September 1, ID80; the other will provide one is convicted all hope is gone except for an appeal to
completed form for student approval
assembly in six for student business only, Doth, we the Governor of the State, Will he yield and should lie.'
The
Voting
Women ' ( ' l i r i s l i n n on or iiboiil \pril L'l), according lo
feel, should he adopted by the student association.
From the cunt nil theme of President Koosevell,
association is sponsoring a ridliu' the (Student Hun III of Pinnace. All
Inter-class rivalry should not be in the hands of Oursler built an elaborated synopsis of Hie idea and
skating parly tonight 111 Minimal*, budgets HUM be passed by Ihe
student council because of the unequalled representa- outlined it to the six successful American authors.
Those wishing lo ultcml should sign Hoard before being submitted j o the
tion of (ho freshman and sophomore classes— one fresh- Surprisingly, six sections, representing transitions, are
on the Y.W.O.A, bulletin board neat' student body,
man and two sophomores, In addition, student council well coordinated and appear to come from the pen of
the mailbox. The group v\ ill start at
The lluuilcifll slnleiueiits uf I lie
receives notice of when and where the two class ban- one author; no gap is left between tlieiu ill style or
7:30 o'clock from Ihe Koluiula of Linn and the N E W S have been subners are in the college buildings, and the local ion of lime.
Draper hull. The cu-i will In- 1 m m \ mitted and npprovud, Piual plans
the mascot in tho annual mascot hunt. It is possible
To renders expecting a ' h a i r - r a i s i n g ' drama or an five cents plus the bus fair.
for the remaining piiblieal inns were
that such vital information may become known during evening of thrills, The President's
Mystery Story is
The committees in rliufgc a i r : discussed.
the course of the business of the council and eventually not the answer. However, by their choice of descripNew sliidenls may pay their .studetormine the winning side.
With the judging of tion of characters, action, scenes, and excellent de- general chairman, Carolyn Mult Ira,
inter-class rivalry results by Myskania, the whole affair velopment of the plot, these authors have created 11 '311; publicity, Margaie'l Mutlisun, dent lax fees for 'this semester lo
will bo in the hands of a body of seniors only, as dis- rising interest to climax the final pages. The plot, '3D, ebainiiiiii, Marion Similes, ','17, nny member of ihe finance board Marion liisnetl, '38, and llilnli Poole!
interested interpreters of the rules laid down.
although sounding simple, involved an extremely Intri- '301 urriiiigeiiients, Helen I,awry, ','ifl; K'arl fibers and Kiiimn Mead, seniors;
Prod Poster and Thomas llreen,
Tlio second part of tho amendment would return the cate and delicate solution,
and signup, Alice Henuett, '38,
juniors; and Muriel Oahlherg, '38.
STATE OPINION
THE STATESMAN
THE NEWS BOARD
THE NEWS STAFF ~ ~ "
COMMUNICATIONS
Fhsocided Golle6iate Press
Golle6iate Di6est
G.M.U.-
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Board Sets Date
For 1937 Budgets
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 13, 1936
State Quintet
Humbles Visitors
SPORT SHOTS
State Will Meet
Hartwick Quintet
PageS
Freshman Class
GRECIAN GAMBOLS To Conduct Tea
Wednesday at 3:30
The freshman class will entertain
Well, we've come to the end of
Freshmen sure keep the sorors busy
the collego a t t e a Wednesday afterPurple A n d Gold Squad Leads the trail, Tomorrow wc see the last
what
with
pledgo
services
and
instalTeam T o End Season Tomorrow;
St. Michael B y 31-24 Score;
game of this season. For which we
lations. Other things keep the sorors noon at 3:30 o'clock in the Lounge of
Basketeers Hope For Third
Dr. Dixon Ryan
F r o s h Lose Again
eiui almost sing praise to Allah,
busy too. . . . Phi Delta welcomed Richardson hall.
Consecutive W i n
I t ' s been a rough year. The lads
into full membership Marie Katz- Fox, president of Union college, and
maier, Virginia Travis, and Helen Mrs. Fox will be guests of honor.
Tlio S t a t e college basketball teain have not only had the most rugged
All members of the faculty and
The State college basketball team Williams, sophomores, and
schedule a S t a t e team has ever been
Helen
set a new high winning streak for
asked to wallow thru, b u t t h e y ' v e brings their long, hard season to a Lowry, '39, At P h i Lambda, Mary students of State college are invited
this season when they won thoir managed to drop a couple here and close tomorrow night on the Pago Elmendorf, '30, and Lois Wester and to attend this tea, the first important
second, consecutive game last Satur- there to teams t h a t had no business hall court when they face Hartwick Zelda Uthe, freshmen, took the final social function of the class of 1939
college from Oneonta.
Since the vows while Evelyn Lindros and Alice this semester. Irish folk songs and
day on the Page hall court.
The on the same court with them,
We refer to the little affair with State team lost a close game, 27-25, Hurlhut, juniors, took the pledge the famed " B l a r n e y S t o n e " will be
Purple and Gold administered the
Queens university for example. How just before mid-year's to this aggre- vows. Shorle Goldstonc, '36, Gert- featured in the entertainment.
.defeat to the St. Michael team, 31 we managed to lose t h a t little num- gation on their bandbox court, the
rude Lerner,
'38, and
Beatrice
The committees completing arranget o 24.
ber defies explanation. Maybe they Purple and Gold are determined not Koblenz, Charlotte Fox, and Ann ments lor Uic tea include: guests,
Hetty
chairman, Mnrjorie Alto
be
whitewashed
in
this
return.
Kulichmnn, freshmen, are now flash- bright, linker,
With a very slow start on the part did it willt mirrors,
Grace liraiilue, Nan Emery,
The first affair with Hartwick was Another strong incentive is to ex- ing Pi Alpha Tau pins, Sigma Alpha M u r it 11 r e t Fehluer, bernlce Gates,
of both teams, it took St. Michael
Woberi Gorman and Wllllniu Torrens;
five minutes to score four points another of those things, we under- tend the two game winning streak is telling Dorothy Huntington and hostesses,
Hetty Hnyford, chairman,
while State labored with a goose-egg stand. W e ' l l know after tomorrow into a three game winning streak and Until Kerlcy, freshmen, what their Christine A ties, .loan Byron, John
to
end
the
season
with
u
win.
This
pledge
duties
are.
when
we
get
a
return
crack
a
t
them.
1'hlge, l''ny Foriuiin. Charles Franklin,
for their efforts.
The State basVirginia Furey, lUchard
Lonsdale,
Who said they never come' buck? game marks the farewell appearance
ketcers seemed to have forgotten all
AEPhi did their good turn for the Joseph Leese, Carolyn Mattlce, Pearl
for
Amyot,
Albrecht,
Bulger,
and
the basketball they knew because, as We predict u State victory by eight
year
by
holding
a
party
for
twelve
Sniidoore ami Huth Sinovay.
soon as they obtained possession of points. We guarantee t h a t the pride Welter as far as basketball is con- children whose families are on relief.
Publicity, .Marlon Firman, chairman,
Hetty Arthur, .Madeline Berg, Helen
the ball, the back guard would come of the Bancrofts—young George, gets cerned,
Games, refreshments, and favors were Bernard,
Edith Cassavant, Mary Halup slowly and feed the ball to the It points or better tomorrow, Come
Although Hartwick lias bud an the features of the party.
pin nnil Margaret Mnttlson; decornfirst man that cut regardless of around and see for yourself,
average season, they bring a strong,
Leora Geddes, '34, came back to ilnns, Joyeo Miiyeoek. chairman, Muriel
Janet
Beauregard,
Joseph
whether he was covered or not. Tills
experienced team who hope to sweep visit the Psi Gammas, and Doris Bell, Harry.
Mnrjorie Dunn, Faith Ellis,
folly on tho part of the Purple and
this series as State did the Brooklyn '36, was a weekender at Phi Lambda. Hoslcy,
William Hopke, Mildred Kelsey, MilGold dominated their play in (be
Poly series. The offense starts from
Cupid brought us news this week dred Moloney, Kugiuu Murphy, Arnold
first half and occasionally reared its
the weave of the guards that turns
Palilalia, Adonna Hector and Michael
of Marie Strefvater's marriage to W'alkn: serving, Jean Strong, chairhead in the second half. " The rumor
into either a block play or a pick-off.
Michael Dawson (Psi Gam was Cupid man. Jcannctte Barlow, Victorin BIIzI,
that circulated during the later part
They have a system of puss work
in this case).
Sigma Alpha an- Churls Bump, Janet (iuerney, Elizabeth
of the week was confirmed when
Hint avoids the rules concerning this
Elizabeth Lookwood, Audrey
nounces the engagement of Mildred ilMcnier.
The women nf State college are
Sett,
Eleanor Schwartz,
{Catherine
Jerry Amyot trotted out on the
supposed
illegal
play.
Although
Younger,
'34,
to
Halsey
Cook Schwartz, Huth Snxby, Zelde Uthe and
invited
lo
attend
the
fashion
show
to
floor to take his familiar guard posiMcPee is a short man in comparison
Margaret Webb,
Dickinson,
be
conducted
in
the
Ingle
room
of
the
tion with live minutes gone in the
lo his teammates, he is very fast,
Entertainment,
Kaymond
Walters,
Keep gamboling, girls. . . .
half. .Jerry assumed the attack rule Alumni Residence halls Monday night shifty, and tricky so that the above
chairman, Mymlert
Crounsc, Dellc
Dolnn,
Lester
Drydon,
Hoxford
Fluster,
immediately
when, after
circling al 7:,'!() o'clock. Miss Helen Burgher, plays work.
The other forward,
Bernard Gal'fney, Henrietta Holbrelch,
around under the basket to break social director, is general chairman Rainson, won the game for HartI'annle
Kurlausek,
Margaret
Mnttison,
clear, he leaped into the air to drop of (he affair.
wick with eleven points, but the
Gerard Murphy. Dorothy Warren and
Whitney's department store is sup- Teachers vow that he will not be in
Ann Wilson: kitchen, Jeanne Chrlsler,
a left hand hook shot for Slate's
chairman, Catherine Calllns,
Brltn
plying
the
gowns,
which
will
be
first points.
After this shot, the
the double figures Saturday.
The
Ileconulcr, Jeanne
Gosselln.
Olive
King, Jcannetlc Cnwson, Elizabeth
State machine allowed St. Michael modeled by dormitory students, Hair center is a tall, lanky man who
MeCnunell. Mary Nuisoux. Ellen Upto run up the score while the Purple grooming and cure as well us facial generally goes well on a court our
There will be a meeting of the ton. Janet Wonlsclilnger and Bernlce
and Gold collected two foul points. makeup and styles will he stressed. size, The guards, as a rule do not French club in the lounge of Vall'cc: refreshments, Virginia Hull,
Mrs. Riley, cosmetician, is in charge feature in the scoring but give their Richardson hall, Thursday, at 7:30 anil clean-up, Joseph Muggluton.
With three minutes to go in the hall',
the Teachers, consciously or uncon- of make-up, Mrs. Bradley Carnell, attention to defense.
o'clock,
according
to
Jacqueline
sciously, began to play their normal young society matron, will speak on
'30, president.
Monsieur
Hartwick college will present a Evans,
Miss zone defense that is compact. If a Lo Belovin from the International
game of basketball. The Stale team "(low] Taste in Clothes."
scored seven points, four of which Betsy Griffin, graduate of St. Agnes team hud long shot artists, this de- General Electric company will speak
were contributed by two long shots school, will be in charge of the ward- fense is easily disorganized on an on "Experiences in P r a n c e " . There
by Duke Ilcrshkowitz, in I his rally robe. .Miss Elsie Eastou of Whitney's average sized court,
will also be a program of French
Word lias reached State that two
that knotted the score at II ail will lake care of the afternoon and
Tu the preliminary game, the fresh- folk songs by Gilda Hove.
when the half ended. The Slate de- evening Weill', and Miss Ueaduin of men will meet the Eastman Business
The meeting will be in charge of of it's former graduates have been
advanced recently in the education
fense was the only thing that kept the sportswear,
Margaret Steele, school of Saratoga.
Odette Courtines, '37.
annals of the Capital District.
the Teachers in the game and made graduate of State, ami reporter on
the game, for the spectators, inter- the Albany ICveuing News, is in
Louis M. Klein, a graduate of tho
esting in respect to the close score. charge of publicity.
class of 1929, was appointed superState immediately look charge of
intendent of schools of Harrison in
tho situation when the second half
Westchester county. His close friend,
• opened and made the play go as they
Alexander Aiming, lias been prodesired it, Dick Margison, on a pass
moted to principal of Harrison high
from Bancroft, put State in a 13-11
" O n e of my chief aims will be to I In purpose, Coach Goewey's plan school.
load but, after Hurley's foul shot,
Mr. Klein has held the post of
build a basketball tradition at State is built on much the same lines us
Landers sank a bucket to give SI.
The schedule of fireside tulks con- college," stated Coach Goewey a t a Jack Dempsov's boxing tournaments principal since the fall of .1934, and
Michael their last lead. After Lea ducted ia the Ingle room of the recent interview. " B y a basketball to find the ' " W h i t e H o p e . "
The Mr. Aiming, who will succeed him
Welter knotted the count at II, Jerry Alumni Residence hull on Sunday t r a d i t i o n , " lie wont on, " I iiienn that Coach has been carefully watching as the new principal, was elevated
Amyot registered two baskets that nights at (J:45 o'clock will continue State should build up a reputation for the men practicing. I t is not at all from his position ns teacher and
wore the " t o p s " for the evening. this semester, Miss Helen Burgher, having a strong basketball team, j u s t improbable that u number of those chairman of the mathematics and
The first shot was a one hand catch social director announced today,
lis other colleges build up reputations showing ability or promise will be .science departments.
of Welter's pass that Jerry pushed
Dr. Kliznbcth Morris, assistant pro- for having strong football l e a r n s . "
encouraged to come out for the
up and in while he was in the air. fessor of education, will speak on
Conch Goewey plans to build up the varsity, and many more for intraThe oilier shut that brought a cheer " H o b b i e s " , March L5; Mr. H. Lormural basketball, the stepping stone
from the crowd ami a time out tor iug Dunn, curator nf the Albany tradition by menus of two methods:
Established 1885
to the varsity. This program will he
St. Michael was a left hand hunk Inslituto of History and Art, " S l i d e s ( I ) by awakening a stronger interest
and appreciation of basketball in the very extensively carried out, In fact,
filial while he was Inistine liis body mi
I'.'arly
American
Furniture,"
from contact with the man guarding March :.':_''; Miss Helen II. Morclaiul, men of Stato college, (2) by develop- it is hoped that it will become the
We Specialize in M e n ' s Dress
permaneiil medium through which
ing powerful varsity teams.
him. As a result, the Teachers had .lean of women, ' ' llnly
Hand'',
buskelliall
talent
can
ho
gathered
For
the
past
six
weeks,
Coach
an 18-1-1 lead. A few minutes later. March L"J ; Dr. Domini ' V. Smith,
Shirts
the crowd's lions at the refereeing assist.aa t professor nf history on Goewey has been pulling into opera from all the men of the college.
Student
opinion
regarding
this
new
linn
the
first
slop
of
his
plan,
which
were changed In cheers for the Stale leave ni' absence, April a; Miss Agnes
team as the password and cutting ]•'.. t'lilteriT, assisliinl professor of will ultimately lead to the second. venture is for the most purl favorKnglish, ' ' Readings", April
i!(i; During the gym periods of the afore- able. There are, of course, the usual
Colonel W. Durham Rice, " B e l l said lime, the coach has been tench skeptics who are always ready to
However,
WATERVILLE LAUNDRY,
again allowed Aniyni al
st in assure Timers ami < 'niupuiii le of the Low iag the freshman and sophomore doubt anything different,
gymnasts basketball as it should he even these are slowly being converted
the team a victory. His two under i 'emit rv ' ', Mar .'I.
INC,
played, lie has taken the whole gym In the great majority which nre
the hnskel turn amniid shots gave
standing
behind
Conch
Goewey
ill
his
class
nml
put
them
through
much
the
289 Central Ave,
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the Teachers a |M • 111 lead wit li sis
same paces as the varsity, The lirsl task of forming a basketball tradition.'
minutes to play.
Ileokiu, one of
TO DEBATE BUFFALO
attempts of the gymnasts nt such
SI.
Michael's many
replacements,
Stale college will engage in its fiii'iniitioiis as the H'enve pass were not I
changed the complexion of tl
on second de'
Ilr
euiester lolliglll fur from the ridiculous, the ball go i
Y O U A R E INVITED T O TRY T H E
test when he scored four points to ill S:,'lll
clock iii the Lounge of iiig in every direction hut the correcl
bring St. Michael's score In l!,'! so Khdiarils.H
hall, when it meets Ihe one.
CAMPUS LUNCH
However, lifter six weeks of
thai Ihey trailed by only four points I' aivcrsily
of Buffalo no the ijni's- practice, the drills are beginning to
with three minutes left to go. Johnny I ion
' ' li'esnlveil:
Thai
Congress
1 5 2 Western A v e n u e
shew some semblance of success.
Kyim came through with two points si
Id have I lie rigid by a two-thirds
mi a pass from Hunerofl, A fitting majority in 1ml h houses to ovor-l'lllo Conch Goewey has so far instructed
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
BERT MADDEN, Prop.
climax was enacted when Captain ;i ,"i | decision nf I he Supremo Coui'l the gym classes in the fundamentals
George Hnncrol'l grubbed a follow calling an act of Congress unconsli- of passing, ol'IVase, defense, and of
In doing this,
a Ml, Michael's shut ami i in inmil. "
.Inync Buckley Mil : i Mil .shouting baskets,
I all the way down II e court Snll.V Whelcn, ' '38, will Uphill
t h e mniiy who had no idea of leal basketPATRONIZE THE COLLEGE CAFETERIA
hull technique previously, are being
tor a liaskel just bcl nre I lie a (Urinative,
introduced to the real game, A I'ew
•nistle.
When the fr iv was
A Non-Profit Making Enterprise
men have shown very promising pus
over, Slate had ill poiuH in si
Michael's J l .
S T A T E I'OI.I.KiiE
sibilitios, ami all others have nctpiircd
Special Students' Luncheon 20c
Hi
a certain appreciation of the game, '
Jerry Ainyol was in form despite
i
hand.
II long lay oil' because of hi
r l
All nf Ill's buckets were leflI hand
I i
shnls because his riglll hand u a s
. : i - l . r. n.
practically
useless
In him.
lie
m i , r ii
Dial 0-1013
Geo, D. Jeoney, Prop,
earned high
honors with Iwolvc
I
r. 11 li I i n I I .' I V
points while Morris counted eleven
"
5-881U
II
ril'i'AI
11
for St. Mieliael. I.vii Welter played
a good defense game as back guard
MK'IlAKt.
to allow Amyot lo lie a scoring lineal
I'll
I'M
I
at all times, Duke HurahkowlU came Hurley, r, i
ii
Clarke,
r,
i
through with another excellenl guard
llceklli, r I'
game.
Morris, I i
In the preliminary game, the Slab' l l l ' i l l i o n . c.
Freshmen lowered their colors lo the IIII rli e, r. g.
I,millers, r. i
highly touted Watervliet high school Wall
I II, I g
88 to'21), llacher was high man with Heed, I. g.
eleven points and Lehman led I bo
ALBANY, N. Y.
198-200 CENTRAL AVENUE
TOTAL
H>
I
l''rosh with ton points.
Scorn ill hall' l i m e : St. .Mieliael
The bos score for the game (in S t a l e Colleiii- II,
OMl'li I t O P [ I C A L 5 6 R V l C t
liel'eree: llniiiielOT.
column two) is:
Dormitory Women
To Show Fashions
Club To Conduct
Meeting in Lounge
State Graduates
Attain Promotion
Residence Halls
Continue Talks
Coach Goewey Plans to Build
Basketball Tradition for State
M
wcrtpUon.
OPTICIANS.
FREDETTE'J
Boulevard
Cafeteria
and Qrill
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 13, 1936
State College News
program of Moving-up day to Myskania. As Moving-up
day is a tradition of State and tied up completely with
the seniors and Myakania, i t is only fair t h a t they
established by ths Class of 1918
should be allowed to formulate their own plans for
Tka Under*raduate Newspaper of New York State
the occasion. Traditions should be the last to suffer
College for Teachers
changes.
Well, we threw our parties. Seb,
Discussion of the resolution introThe other proposed amendment will give the students
a needed assembly period to adequately discuss State duced in last week's assembly t o I understand, has been seeing her
change the powers of regulating emery day before and since. And
KiML D. EBtae
Editor-in-Chief problems. Though there has been no official business inter-class rivalry mid Moving-up
I was told that the little French girl
the past semester i t does not indicate that there is a
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lack of such. The proper opportunity must present it- Day from student council t o Mys- was afraid she'd make the column
B H M A A. BOOSBS
News
Editor
self before it can become evident. Whether or not kania, senior honorary society, led if she kramer t h e way she did . . .
Beta Zeta, 680 Hadlaon Avenue, 2-3260
one in six will prove adequate Avill have to be deter- the N E W S to conduct a questionnaire 134's tall dark handsome man met
GLENN M. UNOXBKR
Associate
Editor mined, but that will a t least provide an occasional oppor- of opinion on the subject. Following up with somebody a " l i t t l e bit inEdward B. Potter Club, 203 Ontario Street, 2-0421
are student opinions on the resolu- d e p e n d e n t " . . . news does get
tunity for student expression,
tion:
ftaD Dorais
Assistant News Editor
around, even now you 're second
Ralph Altman, '30: I am definitely choice . . . Van is going in for
Kappa Delta Bbo, 117 S. Lake ATenue, 2-4314
opposed
to
the
resolution.
MovingHABBT GIIMAIB
Assistant News Editor
diversification in a big way . . .
"H. M. S. PINAFORE"
up Day and rivalry are executive they say Chris and X'eil looked cuto
Edward B. Potter Club, 203 Ontario Street, 2-0424
Assurance that " P i n a f o r e " is to be definitely pre- functions and consequently belong to . , . Santi brought a richly laden
VBOINIA STOEIJ
Assistant News Editor
sented next week will gladden many music, lovers both student council. The shift in powers package with him . . . summarizAlumni Hoaldence Hall, 221 Ontario Street, 3-0137
in State and Albany. The long awaited annual pro- lust year was an experiment that ing) there was a t least one couple at
GABOLYN SIMONBT
Business
Manager
duction of Music association will have its usual large proved successful. So far this year each house that was not something
Gamma Kappa Phi, 28S Quail Street, 2-4144
audience of critics to judge the excellence of the operetta we haven't had the trouble with new . . . now for the news of
JOHN DCNO
Associate Business Manager in comparison with past performances of the music rivnlry we did last year, and Moving-up Day went just as smoothly the week . . . Town-crier Charlie
Kappa Delta Bbo, 117 S. Lake Avenue, 2-4314
department.
is going in for reesing the devil on
LAUBITA SKLD
..Associate
Business
Manager
Dr. Cnndlyn deserves much praise for his finished as before. I don't see the point of dinner dates
. . . J o e of the
work. Annually his productions in Page auditorium the shift.
Delta Omega, 400 Western Avenue, 2-07(11
Dorothy Cain, ' 3 8 : I think i t ' s tumbling Joes is having a hilah timo
have ranked as outstanding features in the capital disthe Schenectady telephone
trict music calendar. Taking the rawest material in swell. Myskania, as the most reprethe freshman year, Dr. Cnndlyn turns the greenest sentative body in the college, should wires are burning up one Miss MulliSPORTS EDITORS
prospect into a product worthy of appearing before logically have charge of these events. gan . . . u lot of the boys were
Helen Clyde, '37: The amendment afraid to go to the Dorm Tuesday
Frank J. Hardmeyer, Charles McConvIlle, seniors
an audience. From a department allowing no majoring
is unnecessary since the subject was night for fear of the exact nature
or
minoring,
Dr.
Candlyn
produces
one
of
the
most
SOPHOMORE D E S K EDITORS
of the social director's experiment
worthy intangible results of any portion of the cur- thoroughly discussed last spring,
Warren Densmore, Muriel Goldberg, David Smith,
Richard Cox, '38: I believe that
riculum.
Bamona VanWie, Sophie Wolzok
If next week's performance ranks with the past three .Myskania should assume these duties
. . E. David has been going in
Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, lio one attending will since they require secrecy. Rivalry for a higher education up Western
REPORTERS
is
mostly
a
judicial
function,
and
after rehearsals , , . Billy has
Rosella Agostlno, Phyllis Bosworth, Lorotta Buckley, Elsa regret the time spent away from the books and worries
Calkins, Huida Classen, Itutli Edmunds, Jacqueline Evans, of college routine. The cast and director will bo worthy .Moving-up Day is a matter of tra- been going in for an education . . .
dition
and
one
of
Myskania's
origiRuth Gillespie, Marie Geesler, Mary Hudson, Aubrey of your patronage.
and folks, J i m ha,s not only scored
Kalbaufc'h, Margaret Woodruff, seniors; Alice Barrows,
nal functions.
over union (or was it R P I ; cf. story
Helen Clyde, Isabel Davidge, Elizabeth Gooding, Elfrleda
John
Edwards,
'
3
7
:
I
'
m
agin
it,
Hartt, Elizabeth Herr, Joan Kaplan, Ethel Keshner, Mary
Charles Gaylord, ' 3 8 : -Moving-up on king) but reunion . . . we
Lam, Robert Margison, Mary Plank, Elinor Smaller, PhylllB
REQUEST
NUMBER
TWO
Vermllye, Juniors; Betty Appledoorn, Rose Berkowitz,
Da}' concerns the whole college and either hud to say that or else . . .
Mildred Bodin, Anne Burr, Frances CahlU, Helen Callenlus,
We have mentioned before in this column the neces- needs the prestige of Myskania. As finally, did you notice Ebers bowling
Kathryn Carlson, Richard Cox, Alvena DeLong, Antoinette sity of cooperation in order to successfully put over for rivalry, a t present it isn't fair them (her) over?
We expect an
Don Vlto, Elizabeth Drlscoll, Jeanne Edgcumbe, Ruth Frost,
Ella Gilford, Merriam Gould, Marjorle Jobson, Phyllis tho regional N, S. F . A. convention to be conducted in to the frosh. Myskania would be editorial on cluttering up the ComJobson, Rose Kurkuill, Charlotte Libman, Jean Llohenstetn, Albany next month, but as the time approaches, we feel a disinterested judge.
mons floor next week , . . and, so
Josephine Maurice, Mary McClung, Lillian Mosher, Ruth the magnitude of tho affair can well stand another call
Charles McConville, '3(1: In the long.
Mullen, Helen Olskl, Theresa Palmer, Mae Kosenbeck,
T H E MAX O F S T A T E
Adelaide Schmid, Jean Shaver, Martha Sheehy, Muriel for help. When one considers that plans must be fairly past, the average Myskania members
complete by Easter vacation, four weeks are not too who had charge of the Moving-up
Stewart, Ruth Thompson, Mary Tobln, sophomores.
much time.
Day contest knew little or nothing
1935 Member 1936
Already one organization has promised its aid, but of the rules. Student council has
Mr. Deno and his assistants will also require tho back- appointed competent officials who
ing of other groups. State can be a spectator or an satisfied all. Therefore 1 think the
active participant, whichever it wishes. The only pos- present set-up should be maintained
Distributor of
sible obstacle is the expense, and this item, for State so that student council would receive
To Tim EDITOR STATE COLLEGE N E W S :
credit for the new system.
delegates, will be at a minimum,
I'm writing this in the hopes of
Martha
Martin,
'36;
Myskania
is
Published every Friday in the college year by the
State does not lack forensic material. This colloge
Editorial Board representing the Student Association. can equal any group that will come here. State does the highest honorary body. It is getting somebody to read this who
Subscriptions, (2,25 per y e a r ; single copies, ten cents. not lack the problems that other institutions have. non-prejudiced. Jt seems to me that can remedy the situation.
Delivered anywhere in the United States. Entered as Little more is needed, then, than some energy to got it should take charge of Moving-up
Many times student organizations
second class matter at post-office, Albany, N. Y.
outside the corridors of these buildings and attend this Day ami inter-class rivalry.
have been in need of a mimeograph
Carol Mires, '37: If Myskania is machine for their varied needs. I t is
convention.
PRINTED B T BOYD PBINTINO CO., I N C . , ALBANY, N . Y .
to judge disputes arising from interAll in all, the meeting may be the usual mediocre class rivalry, in Its capacity as a practically impossible to borrow one.
Clubs are issuing papers and bookgathering that so many of its kind are, or it may be
Vol. XX, No. 17
March, 13, 1936
Albany, K. Y, a huge success, educationally and socially, with State judicial body, matters would he sim- lets as a means of keeping alive the
plified if they controlled rivalry
definitely in tho category as the ideal host. Much will from tlie beginning, 1 am sure they interest of the students iu the clubs.
It would be a vital aid to the clubs
depend on the student body and its ambition.
would be more than willing to call in their work.
READ, CONSIDER, ACT
in outside help iu judging athletic
Couldn't a sum be allotted from tho
If any State student has never before written to his
events, rather than disport themstudent budget, in some manner, to
state senator.or assemblyman, he or she will not lack an
selves on the campus,
issue to do so immediately. Pending before the legisMildred Nightingale, '38: Since provide for such a machine to be
Deftsf^if C
Mystery Entertainment Myskania
lature at this time is a bill which, if passed, will require
Is composed of seniors, I placed where a member of the faculty
O U l / I V l J * By Six Leading Authors believe it would he the most dis- or a college employee could superevery student of a state supported college or normal
school to pay on enrollment a yearly tuition fco of fifty
interested body to have in charge vise it?
Hopefully,
of rivalry. Moving-up Day is the
dollars. There will bo no exceptions for any student or
G. M. U.
A '38.
last opportunity of the seniors for
class of students.
participation
in student life at
(For Sale or Rent in the Co-op)
Tho hardship it will work is easy to depict. At least
Shite, so they should run it. Per- Editor STATE OJLLKOE X K W S :
fifty per cent of tho enrollment now has to engage in
The President's Mystery Story, propounded by haps their lour y e a r s ' experience
As a student in Stale college, I
some outside job to provide tho necessary funds for his
Franklin D, Roosevelt; solved by Rupert Hughes, will he of benefit.
have been appalled by the noon hour
or her colloge education. This fee would wipe out an
Suinuol Hopkins Adams. Anthony Abbot. Rita W'eiiiiun,
Vera Shinners, ','lii: I believe Hail situation in and around the annex
average of three months' work for most of these
S, S. Van Dine, mid John Erakino, New York; Farml- the control of rivalry should he left
ami ihe cafeteria.
The number of
individuals.
and Rinoliart, '102 pages, $3,50,
in the hands of student council. students crowded into that area is
In addition, the status of the PEBA is none too
" A good detective story is the answer to Lowell's ''('would lie dilllcllll to (1 till a more neither healthful, pleasant, nor sensistable, Over one hundred students are now receiving
financial help from this source, It may continue for question—'What is so rare 11s 11 day in .lime," Hun- democratic or fairer plan. Resides, ble. In fact, il is ridiculously unseveral years, or it may be discontinued at a moment's dreds of such novels are published every year hut only student council inanageil very well sensible,
notice, Add this extra fee and subtract the above a few ure really worth the time mid attention of intel- In-41 year mid undoubtedly will do
Why shouldn't I here be facilities
Franklin
I). Roosevelt so again.
income and you get the facts, It is comparable to kick- ligent r e n d e r s , " President
for eating in a college of thirteen
remarked
some
years
ago
ut
the
Executive
.Mansion
in
Elsa
Smith,
'37:
The
powers
of
ing a person in the face when ho is down and out.
hundred students?
Myskania were traditional ami should
A fair percontiige who arc just able to scrimp along Albany while he was (loveruor of Xew York State.
1
Why
should
students
desiring
never
have
been
touched.
Tin
pro
Six lending mystery and detective mid oilier story
may find this tuition charge to bo tho " l a s t s t r a w "
' ' more comfort ' ' eal in musty Inciter
and be forced to terminate their college careers after writers ure the combined authors of this six chapter posed resolution will restore to Mys- rooms I
ono or two or even three years, Tho prospects of the volume Each one, except for the llrsl, wrote a chapter knniii powers ami prestige that rlghlWhy should students eat standing
The problem fully belong lo an Important group.
future and of entering a rospcctnble profession will bo after reading the preceding chapters,
Sally Whelan, '38i IVi'mimilly I against the walls of the building?
sot forth by the President; is " H o w can a man disdestroyed by the blow,
From Ihe student point of view, I
The student body should go on record us de/lnitely appear with live million dollars in any negotiable form am in favor of the mot Ion, l|ov\ and not be t r a c e d , ' " .Mr. Fulton Oursler writes the ever, the question was gone over hi-l suggest, if better facilities are not
opposing the passage of this measure
year, MI why briny it up again':
provided by the administration, that
AND each individual student should take the tlmo of preface explaining the origin of tho book.
William Baker, '3(1: I believe thai the students find a nearby place which
a personal call ol' the expense of a postage stamp to urge
Tho setting originating around Southampton, Long
his or her senator and assemblyman to kill the bill,
Island, centers about Xew York City with a delinile these events should be iu I hi' hands is more conducive to a comfortable
purpose in the journey to Painted Post, Xew York, of Myskania. The seniors on that noontime repast,
A SOI'IIOMOIIK,
Oninha, and Toronto. In this story the common love body have no personal Interests to
look out for, are less biased, ami
triangle element expands to a foursome,
have
more
experience
in
student
TWO RESOLUTIONS
Decidedly different from the average mystery plot, affairs than any other group,
Friday morning, tho morning of amendments mid this theme contains no midnight murders," no daring
resolutions, produced two proposals which shouli be robberies, no secluded scandals. Instead, 11 murder is
seriously considered by tho student body before luxt planned, mid avoided by the victim to be; millions in
Friday. Ono concerns the placing of Intor-olnss rivalry cash are involved; ventriloquism mid plastic surgery
and Moving-up Day in tho hands of Myskaulii begin- are substituted, After an 'artificial' murder, tho wife
• I,
/a I ion lanl jets a r e d u e i n
ning September 1, 1030; the other will provide ono is convicted all hope is gone exccpl for nil appeal to
I form for Still cut nppn Mil
assembly in six for student business only, Both, we the Governor of tho Stale, Will he yield and should ho?
The Young Women's Christian | "" '",' ,'1'""11 A ! ' r i l .Ml, according l o
fool, should bo adopted by the student association.
From the control theme of President
Roosevelt,
association is sponsoring a r o l l e r ' 1 ' " ' ^Indent Honnl if 1 'Ian lice, A l l
Intor-class rivalry should not bo iu the hands of Oursler built an elaborated synopsis of Ihe idea mid
skating parly tonight at Meuniuk I ,"",K«'<S uiusl be passed by I lie
student council because of the unequalled ruprosonltt- outlined il to the six successful American authors. Those wishing lo attond should sie.ii ' M"111''1 l " f ' " « ' being
submitted lo Iho
tion of the freshman and sophomore classes—one fresh- Surprisingly, six sections, representing transitions, are on Ihe Y.W.C. \ . bulletin board uenr I «'«'l"nl body,
man and two sophomores. Tu addition, student council well coordinated and appear to come from tho pea of
Ihe mailbox, The group will Mail at
Th,
in
si a I. meals of I lie
rocolvos notice of when and wdiero the two class ban- one a u t h o r ; no gup is loft between Ilium in style or
7:.'KI o'clock from the Knlundii of I.hit mil the XKW.-I lave been subners aro in the colloge buildings, and the locution of lime,
Draper hall. The cost will be tweut.i uiitlei and approved
Piual plans
the mascot in tho annual mascot hunt. It is possible
To readers expecting a ' hair raising' drama or mi live cunts plus the bus fan..
for Ihe remaining publications were
t h a t such vital information may become known during evening of thrills, The President's
Mystery Stnry is
The coiuaiillees in charge a r e : discussed
the course of Iho business of the council and eventually not tho answer, However, by their choice of descripNew students may pay I heir studetermine the winning side,
With the judging of tion of characters, action, scenes, and excellent de- gcnerul chairman, Carolyn Mallice,
inter-class rivalry results by Myskania, the whole affair velopment of the plot, these authors have created a 'Mil; publicity, Mnrgare'l .Mallison, deal lux fees for this 'semester lo
'3D,
chairman,
Marion
Similes,
'37,
any
iber of the liiiaace board —
will be in tho hands of a body of seniors only, as dis- rising interest, to climax the llual pages, The plot,
Marion liisnott, '38, mid llilali Poole!
interested interpreters of tho rules laid down.
although sounding simple, involved an extremely intri- '311; arrangements, Helen l.owry, '30; Karl Ebers and Eiiunu Mead, seniors;
I'Vml Dexter mill Thomas Hreen,
The second part of the amendment would return Iho cate and dollcate solution.
and sign up, Alice Helmutt, '38.
juniors; mid Muriel Goldberg, '3H.
STATE OPINION
THE STATESMAN
THE NEWS BOARD
THE NEWS STAFF
COMMUNICATIONS
Flssocided Golle6tate Press
Golle6iate Di6est
Y.W.C.A. Skating
Party Is Tonight
Board Sets Date
For 1937 Budgets
Page 8
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 13, 1936
State Quintet
Humbles Visitors
Purple And Gold Squad Leads
St. Michael By 31-24 Score;
Frosh Lose Again
The State
set
a
new
this
college b a s k e t b a l l
high
when
they
second, c o n s e c u t i v e
game
day
season
winning
on
Purple
•defeat
won
last
the
Page
hall
and
Gold
administered
to
the
St.
team
streak
for
their
Satur-
court.
Michael
The
the
team,
.to 2 4 .
31
SPORT SHOTS
W e l l , w e ' v e c o m e t o t h e e n d of
t h e t r a i l . T o m o r r o w w e see t h e l a s t
g a m e of t h i s s e a s o n . F o r w h i c h w e
can a l m o s t sing praise to Allah.
I t ' s been a r o u g h y e a r . T h e l a d s
have not only had the most rugged
schedule a S t a t e t e a m h a s ever been
asked to wallow t h r u , b u t t h e y ' v e
m a n a g e d to drop a couple here a n d
t h e r e to t e a m s t h a t h a d no b u s i n e s s
on the s a m e c o u r t w i t h t h e m .
We r e f e r t o t h e l i t t l e a f f a i r w i t h
Queens u n i v e r s i t y for e x a m p l e . H o w
we m a n a g e d t o lose t h a t l i t t l e n u m ber defies e x p l a n a t i o n .
Maybe they
did it w i t h m i r r o r s .
T h e first affair w i t h H a r t w i c k w a s
a n o t h e r of t h o s e t h i n g s , w e u n d e r stand.
We'll know after tomorrow
when we get a r e t u r n crack a t t h e m .
W h o said t h e y n e v e r come' b a c k ?
We predict a S t a t e v i c t o r y by e i g h t
points. We g u a r a n t e e t h a t the pride
of t h e B a n c r o f t s — y o u n g G e o r g e , g e t s
l-l p o i n t s or b e t t e r t o m o r r o w .
Come
a r o u n d and see for v o u r s e l f .
State Will Meet
Hartwick Quintet
Team To End Season Tomorrow;
Basketeers Hope For Third
Consecutive Win
GRECIAN GAMBOLS
F r e s h m e n sure keop t h e sorors busy
w h a t w i t h p l e d g e services a n d i n s t a l lations. Other things keep the sorors
busy too. . . . P h i D e l t a welcomed
i n t o full m e m b e r s h i p M a r i e K a t z maior, V i r g i n i a T r a v i s , a n d Helen
Williams,
sophomores,
and
Helen
Lowry, '39. A t P h i L a m b d a , M a r y
Elmendorf, '30, a n d Lois W e s t e r a n d
Z e l d a U t h e , f r e s h m e n , t o o k the final
vows while E v e l y n L i n d r o s a n d A l i c e
Iliirlbut, j u n i o r s , took t h e pledge
vows.
S h e r l e G o l d s t o n e , '36, G e r t rude
Lerner,
'38,
and
Beatrice
Koblenz, Charlotte Fox, and
Ann
K a l i c h m a n , f r e s h m e n , a r e n o w flashing P i Alpha Tau pins. Sigma Alpha
is t e l l i n g D o r o t h y H u n t i n g t o n a n d
Ruth Kerlcy, freshmen, what their
pledge duties are.
T h e S t a t e college b a s k e t b a l l t e a m
b r i n g s t h e i r long, h a r d s e a s o n t o a
close t o m o r r o w n i g h t on t h e P a g e
hall c o u r t w h e n t h e y f a c e H a r t w i c k
college from Oneouta.
Since
the
S t a t e t e a m l o s t a close g a m e , 2 7 - 2 5 ,
j u s t b e f o r e m i d - y e a r ' s to t h i s a g g r e g a t i o n on t h e i r b a n d b o x c o u r t , t h e
P u r p l e a n d Gold a r e d e t e r m i n e d n o t
to b e w h i t e w a s h e d in t h i s r e t u r n .
A n o t h e r s t r o n g i n c e n t i v e is to extend the two game winning streak
into a three game winning streak and
to end the season with a win.
This
g a m e m a r k s the farewell a p p e a r a n c e
A E P h i did t h e i r good t u r n for t h e
for A m y o t , A l b r c c h t , B u l g e r , a n d
W e l t e r a s f a r a s b a s k e t b a l l is con- y e a r b y h o l d i n g a p a r t y f o r t w e l v e
c h i l d r e n whose f a m i l i e s a r e on relief,
cerned.
(lames, refreshments, and favors were
Although
Hartwick has had
a n t h e f e a t u r e s of t h e p a r t y .
a v e r a g e season, they b r i n g a s t r o n g ,
L e o r a G e d d e s , '34, came, back to
e x p e r i e n c e d t e a m who h o p e to s w e e p visit t h e P s i G a m m a s , a n d D o r i s Bell,
this series as S t a t e did the Brooklyn '35, was a week-ender at Phi L a m b d a ,
P o l y s e r i e s . T h e offense s t a r t s from
C u p i d b r o u g h t us news t h i s week
t h e w e a v e of t h e g u a r d s t h a t t u r n s
of M a r i e S t r e f v a t e r ' s m a r r i a g e to
i n t o c i t h e r a block p l a y or a pick-off.
Michael D a w s o n ( P s i G a m w a s C u p i d
T h e y h a v e a system of p a s s work
in t h i s c a s e ) .
Sigma Alpha
ant h a t a v o i d s t h e rules c o n c e r n i n g t h i s
n o u n c e s t h e e n g a g e m e n t of M i l d r e d
T h e women of S t a t e college a r e
supposed
illegal
play.
Although
Younger,
'34,
to
Halsey
Cook
invited to a t t e n d t h e f a s h i o n show to
M c F e e is a s h o r t m a n in c o m p a r i s o n
Dickinson.
be conducted in t h e I n g l e room of t h e
lo h i s t e a m m a t e s , he is v e r y f a s t ,
A l u m n i Residence halls M o n d a y n i g h t s h i f t y , a n d t r i c k y so t h a t t h e a b o v e
Keel) g a m b o l i n g , g i r l s . . . .
at 7:30 o'clock. M i s s H e l e n B u r g h e r , p l a y s
work.
The other
forward,
social d i r e c t o r , is g e n e r a l c h a i r m a n R a m s o n , won t h e g a m e f o r
Hartof the affair.
wick w i t h eleven p o i n t s , b u t
the
W h i t n e y ' s d e p a r t m e n t s t o r e is sup- T e a c h e r s vow t h a t he will not be in
p l y i n g t h e g o w n s , w h i c h will
b e t h e d o u b l e figures S a t u r d a y .
The
modeled by d o r m i t o r y s t u d e n t s .
H a i r c e n t e r is a t a l l , l a n k y m a n
who
g r o o m i n g and c a r e as well as f a c i a l g e n e r a l l y g o e s well o n a c o u r t o u r
T h e r e will be a m e e t i n g of t h e
m a k e - u p ami styles will be s t r e s s e d . size.
T h e g u a r d s , as a r u l e do not F r e n c h
club
in
the
lounge
of
Mrs, Hiley, c o s m e t i c i a n , is in c h a r g e f e a t u r e in t h e s c o r i n g b u t g i v e t h e i r R i c h a r d s o n hall, T h u r s d a y , at 7 : 3 0
of m a k e - u p .
M r s . B r a d l e y C a r n e l l , a t t e n t i o n to d e f e n s e .
o'clock,
according
to
Jacqueline I
y o u n g society m a t r o n , will s p e a k on
'3(J,
president.
Monsieur
H a r t w i c k college will p r e s e n t a E v a n s ,
''(lood
T a s t e in C l o t h e s . 1 '
M i s s zone d e f e n s e t h a t is c o m p a c t .
J f a L e Belovin from t h e I n t e r n a t i o n a l
lietB.v Griffin, g r a d u a t e of S t . A g n e s t e a m h a d long shot a r t i s t s , t h i s d e - G e n e r a l E l e c t r i c c o m p a n y will s p e a k
school, will be in c h a r g e of t h e w a r d - fense is e a s i l y d i s o r g a n i z e d on a n on " E x p e r i e n c e s in F r a n c e " . T h e r e
robe. Miss Elsie Knston of W h i t n e y ' s a v e r a g e sized c o u r t .
will a l s o be a p r o g r a m of F r e n c h
will t a k e c a r e of t h e a f t e r n o o n a n d
I n t h e p r e l i m i n a r y g a m e , t h e fresh- folk s o n g s by Gildu Hove.
e v e n i n g wear, a n d Miss B e a d o i n of men will meet t h e E a s t m a n B u s i n e s s
T h e m e e t i n g will be in c h a r g e of
the s p o r t s w e a r .
Margaret
S t e e l e , school of S a r a t o g a .
Odette Courtiues, '37.
g r a d u a t e of S l a t e , a n d r e p o r t e r on
the Albany
E v e n i n g N e w s , is in
c h a r g e of p u b l i c i t y .
W i t h a v e r y slow s t a r t o n t h e p a r t
•of b o t h t e a m s , i t t o o k S t . Michael
five m i n u t e s t o s c o r e f o u r
points
w h i l e S t a t e l a b o r e d w i t h a goose-egg
for their efforts.
T h e S t a t e baak e t e e r s s e e m e d to h a v e f o r g o t t e n all
t h e b a s k e t b a l l t h e y k n e w b e c a u s e , as
soon as t h e y o b t a i n e d possession of
t h e b a l l , t h e b a c k g u a r d w o u l d come
up slowly a n d feed t h e ball to the
first
m a n t h a t c u t r e g a r d l e s s of
whether h e was covered or not. This
folly on t h e p a r t of the P u r p l e and
Gold d o m i n a t e d t h e i r p l a y in the
first h a l f a n d o c c a s i o n a l l y r e a r e d its
h e a d in t h e s e c o n d half. ' T h e rumor
that circulated d u r i n g the later part
of t h e week was confirmed
when
J e r r y A i n y o t t r o t t e d o u t on
the
floor t o t a k e h i s f a m i l i a r g u a r d posit i o n w i t h live m i n u t e s g o n e in the
half. J e r r y a s s u m e d the a t t a c k role
immediately
when,
after
circling
a r o u n d u n d e r t h e b a s k e t to break
c l e a r , he l e a p e d i n t o t h e a i r to d r o p
a l e f t h a n d hook shot f o r S l a t e ' s
first
points.
A f t e r t h i s s h o t , Hie
S t a t e m a c h i n e a l l o w e d S t . Michael
to r u n up t h e s c o r e while t h e P u r p l e
a n d Gold c o l l e c t e d two foul p o i n t s .
W i t h t h r e e m i n u t e s to go in the half,
t h e T e a c h e r s , c o n s c i o u s l y or uncons c i o u s l y , b e g a n to p l a y t h e i r n o r m a l
g a m e of b a s k e t b a l l .
T h e S t a l e team
s c o r e d seven p o i n t s , f o u r of which
w e r e c o n t r i b u t e d b y two long s h o t s
by D u k e J l e r s h k o w i t z , in t h i s rally
t h a t k n o t t e d t h e score at
II ail
w h e n t h e h a l f e n d e d . T h e S l a t e def e n s e w a s t h e o n l y t h i n g t h a t kept
the T e a c h e r s in t h e g a m e a n d m a d e
t h e g a m e , for t h e s p e c t a t o r s , inter•esting in r e s p e c t to t h e close score.
S t a t e i m m e d i a t e l y t o o k c h a r g e of
t h e s i t u a t i o n when t h e second hall 1
opened and m a d e t h e p l a y go as they
d e s i r e d it. D i c k M a r g i s o n , on a pass
f r o m B a n c r o f t , p u t S t a l e in a 13-11
The schedule of fireside t a l k s conl e a d b u t , a f t e r H u r l e y ' s foul shot,
L a n d e r s s a n k a b u c k e t to give SI. d u c t e d in t h e I n g l e r o o m of t h e
A l u m n i Residence hall on S u n d a y
M i c h a e l t h e i r last lead.
A f t e r Len
n i g h t s at (i:-lo o'clock will c o n t i n u e
W e l t e r k n o t t e d t h e c o u u l at J I, J e r r y
this semester, Miss Helen B u r g h e r ,
A i n y o t r e g i s t e r e d two b a s k e t s that
social d i r e c t o r a n n o u n c e d t o d a y ,
were t h e " t o p s " for t h e e v e n i n g .
Dr. E l i z a b e t h M o r r i s , a s s i s t a n t p r o T h e llrsl shot was a one h a n d catch
fessor of e d u c a t i o n , will s p e a k on
of W e l t e r ' s p a s s that d e n y pushed
" H u b b i e s " , M a r c h 1 5 ; M r . R. DurUp a n d in w h i l e ho was in the air.
i n g D u n n , c u r a t o r of t h e A l b a n y
T h e o t h e r shot t h a i b r o u g h t a cheer I n s t i t u t e of H i s t o r y a n d A r t , " S l i d e s
from t h e c r o w d a m i a time out I'or on
Early
American
Furniture,"
S t . M i c h a e l was a left h a n d hook March L'L1'; Miss H e l e n IT. M o r e l n n d ,
sliol while he was t w i s t i n g his body dean
of
women,
' ' Holy
Land",
from c o n t a c t with the man g u a r d i n g March Li); Mr. Domini ' V. S m i t h ,
him.
A s a r e s u l t , t h e T e a c h e r s had a s s i s t a n t
professor
of
history
on
an 18-1 I lead. A few m i n u t e s later, leave of a b s e n c e , A p r i l 5 ; Miss A g u e s
E u l l e r e r , a s s i s t a n t p r o f e s s o r of
Hie c r o w d ' s I s al the rol'croemg E,
|
"Readings",
April
20;
were c h a n g e d to c h e e r s for Hie S l a t e English,
|
W. G o r h n m
Rice,
"Hell
leain a s llir p u s s u o r k ami c u t t i n g i olouel
owcrs .'iinl C a m p a n i l e of t h e l.ow
a g a i n allowed Amyol almost in a s s u r e
the t e a m a v i c t o r y .
Mis two under i mil rv ' ', Mav 3.
t h e basket t u r n a r o u n d s h o l s gave
the Teacher** a L'-l Ml lead with six
m i n u t e s In p l a y .
I l e e k i n , one of
TO DEBATE BUFFALO
St.
Michael 's
many
replacements,
a l e college will e n g a g e in its
c h a n g e d Hie c o m p l e x i o n of t h e con i s
aid d e b a t e tins s e m e s t e r t o n i g h t
lesl \\\\n\
lie scored four p o i n t s lii j ,,al si.'io o'clock iii the L o u n g e of
b r i n g S t . M i c h a e l ' s score to li.'i so Kiclianlsiin hull, when il m e e t s Hie
Mini Ihey t r a i l e d by only four p o i n t s I'nivi -rsily of Buffalo on I lie ipic'Sw il h I hive niiniiles left to go. J o h n n y i iiiii,
' ' liesolved :
That
Congress
K.vnn c a m e t h r o u g h w i t h t w o p o i n t s should have Hie right by a t w o - t h i r d s
on a p a s s from H n u c r n f t ,
A fitting nia jurity in bnlh houses lo over rule
climax
was e n a c t e d
when
C a p t a i n a ,"i I derision of the S u p r e m e 1'olili
G e o r g e M a n e n d i g r a b b e d a follow
calliut! an m i of C o n g r e s s Ulicousti
up
>f a S t . M i c h a e l ' s shot
and
, l u y u e Buckley '.'HI, l l l i l
HI,mi.II
dHidi r i |I all
all IIIhe way d o w n the cinirl Sally Win en, ' ' 3 8 , will u p h o l d t i n
isket
j
u
s
t
b
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f
o
r
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the
11
-lor a
allirinal it c.
When the f I'll V was
hislle.
Hill
S
I
over, S l a t e I I III point* I i
STATE C O L L E G E
M i c h a e l ' s :.'l.
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use ol
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hand. .1.
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Were
All >il' his blickel
lei I hand Hum ri .11. I I
hhols In cause his rigid h a n d was U c l l l ' l ' , c
l b I t i i l g e r , r. u
p r u i i icn 11v
useless
hli
A i i i y e l . r. K
,'elve
earned
nigh
hull
uil
I
l l c r s h l i o w i u , I. g.
p o i n t s while M i r i s count d elc
II
II
TOTAL
idler
played
for S | . Michael.
l.ell W e
ll
a good d e f e n s e g a m e a* hack g u a r d
S i ' MICHAEL
io allow Amyol in he a s m i n i : I l l i c i t
lii
in
I
a t all l i m e s . ' D u k e H e r s liuu il/. came Hurley
i
l
r.
t
t h r o u g h witli a n o t h e r ex- client g u a r d limit.',
I d M i , r. I'.
game.
Morris, I, I
MruuiMi,
In t he p r e l i m i n a r y g a m e , I he S l a t e
Burke,
F r e s h m e n lowered t h e i r c o l o r s lo the I,iin.lcrs.r. g
highly t o u t e d W n t e r v l l o l high school Willi in. I. If
88 to 29. l l a c h e r was high man with Heed, 1, If.
Dormitory Women
To Show Fashions
Residence Halls
Continue Talks
St
eleven points and Lehman led the
F r o s h w i t h ten p o i n t s .
T h e box score for Hie
column tw'o) is;
game
(in
TOTAL
Si u r o at hall' I line
Slate ('t)llcp' II.
Hcl'crec: Bnaaclii
10
St.
Michael
11.
Club To Conduct
Meeting in Lounge
Coach Goewey Plans to Build
Basketball Tradition for State
" O n e of m y chief a i m s will b e to
build a basketball tradition a t S t a t e
c o l l e g e , " s t a t e d Coach G o e w e y a t a
recent interview.
" B y a basketball
t r a d i t i o n , " he went on, " I m e a n thai,
S t a l e s h o u l d build up a r e p u t a t i o n for
having a strong basketball team, j u s t
a s o t h e r colleges build u p r e p u t a t i o n s
for h a v i n g s t r o n g football t e a m s . "
Coach G o e w e y plans t o build up t h e
t r a d i t i o n by m e n u s of t w o m e t h o d s :
( I ) by a w a k e n i n g a s t r o n g e r i n t e r e s t
a n d a p p r e c i a t i o n of b a s k e t b a l l in t h e
m e n of S t a t e college, (2) by developing powerful varsity teams.
i'or
t h e past six weeks, Coach
( l o e w e y lias been p u t t i n g i n t o o p e r a
lion t h e lirsl s t e p of his p l a n , which
will u l t i m a t e l y lead to the second.
D u r i n g t h e g y m p e r i o d s of t h e a f o r e
said l i m e , t h e coach has been teaching
t lie f r e s h m a n
and
sophomore
g y m n a s t s b a s k e t b a l l as il should be
played,
l i e has t a k e n Ihe whole g y m
c l a s s anil put t h e m t h r o u g h much t h e
s a m e p a c e s as Hie v a r s i t y . T h e lirsl
a t t e m p t s of Ihe g y m n a s t s al such
f o r m a t ions a s Ihe weave p a s s wryr not
f a r from t h e r i d i c u l o u s , Hie ball go
i n g in e v e r y d i r e c t i o n hut Ihe correct
one.
H o w e v e r , a f t e r six weeks of
p r a c t i c e , t h e d r i l l s a r e b e g i n n i n g In
show
sonic
semblance
of
success.
Conch (loewev has so far i n s t r u c t e d i
Ihe g y m classes in I In- f u n d a m e n t a l s
of p a s s i n g , ol'l'tl ise, d e f e n s e , anil of
loillg
this,
shooting
baskets.
Ii
m a n y u ho hud no idea
leal basket
bull t e c h n i i p i e previoll
are
being
A
I'eu
iiiti'odu
I to the rc-il g a m e .
men have s h o w n vei
p r o m i s i n g pus
s i b i l i l i e s , a n d all ml
i have a c q u i r e d
certain n p p r e c i a t i u n of
the
iiuie.
Freshman Class
To Conduct Tea
Wednesday at 3:30
In p u r p o s e , Coach G o e w e y ' s p l a n
is built on much t h e s a m e lines a s
J a c k P e m p s e v ' s boxing tournaments
t o find t h e ' " W h i t e H o p e . "
The
Coach h a s been c a r e f u l l y
watching
t h e men p r a c t i c i n g .
I t is not at all
i m p r o b a b l e t h a t a n u m b e r of t h o s e
s h o w i n g a b i l i t y or p r o m i s e will tic
encouraged
to come out
for
the
v a r s i t y , anil m a n y m o r e for i n t r a mural basketball, the stepping stone
to the v a r s i t y . T h i s p r o g r a m will be
very e x t e n s i v e l y c a r r i e d out. I n f a c t ,
il is hoped t h a t it will become t h e
permanent
medium
through
which
basketball
t a l e n t can be g a t h e r e d
from all t h e men of the college.
S t u d e n t o p i n i o n r e g a r d i n g Ibis new
v e n t u r e is for the most p a r t favor
a b l e . T h e r e a r ec , of course, t h e usual
s k e p t i c s who a r e a l w a y s read y t o
doubl a n y t h i n g d i f f e r e n t .
Iluv e v e r ,
even these a r e slowly b e i n g conv i ' i i o ' 1
in the g r e a t
majority
which a r e
standing I
i i . ('oni'li (loewey in liia
task of t'liiniii
basketball tradition.
VOU
T h e f r e s h m a n class will e n t e r t a i n
t h e collego a t t e a W e d n e s d a y a f t e r noon at 3:30 o'clock in the L o u n g e of
R i c h a r d s o n hall.
Dr. Dixon R y a n
F o x , p r e s i d e n t of U n i o n college, a n d
M r s . F o x will be g u e s t s of h o n o r .
A l l m e m b e r s of t h e f a c u l t y a n d
s t u d e n t s of S t a t e college a r e i n v i t e d
to a t t e n d t h i s t e a , t h e first i m p o r t a n t
social f u n c t i o n of t h e class of 1 9 3 9
this semester.
I r i s h folk s o n g s a n d
t h e f a m e d " B l a r n e y S t o n e " will b e
f e a t u r e d in t h e e n t e r t a i n m e n t .
T h e committees completing a r r a n g e m e n t s i'or the ten i n c l u d e : g u e s t s ,
Hetty Buker, c h a i r m a n , Mnrjorie A l b r i g h t , Grace Uruiilue, Nan
Emery,
M a r g a r e t Fehltler, Uarnlce G a t e s ,
R o b e r t G o r m a n and William T o r r e n s ;
hostesses, Betty Huyford,
chairman,
C h r i s t i n e Adcs, .loan Byron,
John
E d g e . F a y F o r m n n . Charles F r a n k l i n ,
Virginia
Furey.
Richard
Lonsdale,
J o s e p h Leese, Carolyn Mattlce, P e a r l
Nimdherg and Kuth .Sinovuy.
P u b l i c i t y , Minion F i r m a n , c h a i r m a n ,
Hetty A r t h u r , Madeline Berg, Helen
B e r n a r d , Edith Cnssnvuiit, Mary H a l plu and M a r g a r e t M u t t l s o n : decorations. J o y c e Miiyeock, chairman, Muriel
Harry,
Janet
Beauregard,
Joseph
Hnslcy, .Mnrjorie Dunn, F a i t h Ellis,
William Ho|ike. Mildred Keisey, Mildred Malonev, Keglnii Murphy, Arnold
P a l l a d i a , Adonna Hector and Michael
W a l k o : serving, .lean S t r o n g , c h a i r man, .leannelle Barlow, Victoria Bilzi,
Chillis Bump, .Timet Guernoy. Elizabeth
Cuenier, Elizabeth Lockwood, A u d r e y
Sett,
Eleanor
Schwartz,
{Catherine
Schwartz, Kuth Saxbv, Zefde Cthe and
Margaret Webb.
Entertainment,
Raymond
Walters,
chairman,
Myndert
Crounse,
Delle
lioiiin. Lester Dryrten, Rexford F l u s t e r ,
B e r n a r d Calincy. Henrietta Helbreleh,
F a n n i e Kurlttlisck. Margaret Mattison,
Gerard M u r p h y . Dorothy W a r r e n and
Ann W i l s o n : kitchen, J e a n n e Chrlsler,
chairman,
Cntherluo
Calllas,
Brita
Heciirinier.
Jeanne
Gosselin,
Olive
King,
.leannelle
Lawson,
Elizabeth
MeConuell. Mary Xoispiix, Ellen Upinn. . l a n d Woolschlnger nnd Bernlce
Vufl'ce: refreshments,
Virginia
Hall,
and clean •up, Joseph Mtiggleton.
State Graduates
Attain Promotion
W o r d h a s reached S t a t e t h a t t w o
of it's f o r m e r g r a d u a t e s have been
a d v a n c e d r e c e n t l y in the e d u c a t i o n
a n n a l s of t h e C a p i t a l D i s t r i c t .
L o u i s M. K l e i n , a g r a d u a t e of tho
class of 1929, was a p p o i n t e d s u p e r i n t e n d e n t of schools of H a r r i s o n in
W e s t c h e s t e r c o u n t y . H i s close f r i e n d ,
A l e x a n d e r A i m i n g , h a s been
prom o t e d to p r i n c i p a l of H a r r i s o n h i g h
school.
M r . Klein has held the post of
p r i n c i p a l s i n c e the fall of 1934, a n d
.Mr. A n t i n g , who will succeed h i m
as t h e new p r i n c i p a l , was e l e v a t e d
from his p o s i t i o n as t e a c h e r a n d
c h a i r m a n of t h e m a t h e m a t i c s
and
science d e p a r t m e n t s .
Established
W e S p e c i a l i z e in M e n ' s D r e s s
Shirts
WATERVILLE LAUNDRY,
INC.
289 C e n t r a l A v e .
ARE INVITED TO TRY
CAMPUS LUNCH
1 5 2 Western A v e n u e
UNDER N E W MANAGEMENT
FREDETTE'*
65 Columbia J* A i ^ * had
>MPHTt OPIICAL StRVlCt
P h o n e 5-2241
THE
B E R T MADDEN, Prop.
PATRONIZE THE COLLEGE CAFETERIA
A Non-Profit M a k i n g
Enterprise
Special S t u d e n t s ' L u n c h e o n
20c
Geo. D. Jeoney, Prop.
OPTICIANS.
1885
Dial 5-1913
" 5-9812
Bou levard Cafeteria
and Qrill
198-200 CENTRAL AVENUE
ALBANY N, Y.
\
Page 4
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 13, 1936
N. Y. Legislature
Club to Conduct
To Consider Bill
Dinner Wednesday
G.A.A. FLASHES
Classical club will conduct a banFor A $50 Tuition
quet Wednesday night at 6:00 o'clock
IN PAST YEARS
Recent Proposals
Create Interest
Among Students
The seniors are sitting high, high
on a hilltop after their 25 to 23 victory over the sophomores in the basketball game which was fought on the
Page hall court last Friday. The
seniors seemed to slump at first, but
some fast, brilliant plays on the part
of the forwards brought the team up
with a rush. The sophomores played
gallantly, and the score was a toss-up
to the end of the game.
Last week saw some G.A.A. lassies
frolicking around with the famous
tumblers. Perhaps we can look forward to some tumbling acts between
the halves of our games in the future.
Humor has it that a very unusual
basketball game will be featured in
the athletic contests which close the
winter sports season on March 28.
All of which reminds us that
Alumnae week-end is coming up in
two weeks. We're hoping to have
a huge crowd and plenty of entertainment. By way of prophecy, it's
never stormy weather when good
friends get together,
One Year Ago: Nunan student
oath bill killed by committee action.
• . . 213 are named to Dean's
list. . . . Sammarco to play for
April Soiree. . . . Sherwood Eddy
to address students. . . . "Statesm a n " writes parody on "You're
the Top". . . . Defeat of R.P.I.
is climax of basketball season.
Five Years Ago: Teaching positions are obtained by eighteen
seniors. . . . 160 earn honors for
first semester. . . . Union speakers
prove in radio debate that women
should emerge from the home. . . .
Indians to visit college. . . . Committee picks Spanish carnival queen
nominees. . . . Myskania gives
list of second offenders of tradition.
. Bill may effect change of
new dormitory site.
Ten Years Ago. Sophomore Soiree
to be from nine to one o 'clock. . . .
Home Economics club gives tea for
executives. . . . Juniors and
Seniors are to debate today.
(Continued from page 1, column 3)
student association constitution by
transferring section (g) and section (h-1) of Article V to Article
VIII as sections (h) and (i) • respectively, the amendment to go into
effect September 1, 1936."
Regarding the motion to make
every sixth assembly a business meeting, Thomas Median, '37, who introduced the resolution, lias made the
following statement:
" A n intelligent d i s c u s s i o n is
essential to sufficient understanding
of the average controversial issue
raised in student assemblies. By devoting every sixth assembly entirely
to student affairs we have time for
such discussion, understanding, and
voting, and the 'railroading' of
measures will be prevented."
The text of the amendment to the
By-Laws reads: "Resolved: That
every sixth assembly be constituted
a business meeting of the student
association assembly and be used for
the discussion of student affairs
alone."
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other student shall be paid into the
general fund of the state treasury in
time and manner prescribed by section thirty-seven of the state finance
law."
"This act shall take effect July
first, nineteen hundred thirty-six."
This bill has been referred to the
Ways and Means committee, and will
probably be before the Assembly for
action within the next week, since it
constitutes a vital part of the Republican budget revision.
The bill is very much in disfavor
with Dean Nelson and State college
authorities. Prevalent student opinion is likewise adverse to the passage
of the bill. As was stated by Dr.
Nelson, the fee is "very high" and
"would make it very difficult" for
many deserving students to attend
the college. Supporting the above
opinions, students who will be affected
by this bill should contact their legislators, and endeavor to secure its
defeat.
in the Cafeteria of Husted hall.
Members of the faculty who will be
guests of the club include Miss Edith
Wallace, assistant professor of Latin;
Miss Marion Chesebrough, instructor
in Latin; Miss Lydia Johnson, assistant professor and supervisor in Latin,
and Miss Virginia Smith, instructor
and supervisor in French.
Committees assisting Betty Pierce,
'37, general chairman, are: arrangements, Dorothy Ostrander, chairman,
Ada Knuppel and Dorothy Lurenz,
juniors; entertainment, Katherine
Crandall, '37, chairman, Rose Kurkhill, '38; publicity, Helen Callenius,
'38, chairman, Molly Dowling, '38,
and Eleanor Wise, '39; programs,
Ida Armstrong, '37; and tickets,
Alice Gray, '36.
EXAMS TO BE FRIDAY
State oral credit examinations in
languages for seniors and graduates
expecting to teach these will be
given Friday, March 20, at 1:15
o 'clock.
m
C for centuries the world has gone
to the Near Eastfor itsflavorsand
aromas and spices.
... and today Chesterfield imports thousands of bales of tobacco from Turkey
and Greece to add flavor and fragrance
to Chesterfield Cigarettes.
Turkish tobacco is expensive. The
import duty alone is 35 cents a pound.
But no other place except Turkey and
Greece can raise tobacco of this particular aroma and flavor.
This Turkish tobacco, blended
with our own American tobaccos in
the correct proportions to bring out
the finer qualities of each tobacco,
helps to make Chesterfields outstanding for mildness and for better taste,
., lot better taste
© 1936. LieorrT & Mrm TOBACCO CO.
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