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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1937.
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Expect Army of Men
At Ingle Fashion Show
Dean Nelson Names
Signum Laudis List
Hurry! H u r r y ! Hurry! H u r r y !
If you want to sec ft State girl
in a 1900 bathing suit and other
accessories, and other attractions
as well, take a run up to the
Y.W.C.A. fashion show, April
24, in the Ingle room of t h e
Alumni Residence hall.
Everybody's welcome, and, for
the first time, even the fellows
are invited. The girlB figured
that possibly a group of their
own sex would bo rather prejudiced, but with the men coming,
they can bo sure of an unbiased
view on the latest in silks and
satins, from S t a t e ' s connoisseurs of femininity.
Betty Hayford, '39, is chairman of the show, and Eloise
Shearer, '37, is to be mistress of
ceremonies. The outfits to be
exhibited
are from
David's,
North Pearl streot.
The show will present prevues
of past fashions as well as those
of most recent date.
Clothes
practical for the college girl will
be emphasized in the display.
Eighteen Seniors Complete Quota
For 1937 Honorary Society
Eighteen members of the class of
1937 hnve been named to Signum
Laudis, senior scholastic society, Milton G. Nelson, dean of the college
and honorary members of the socioty,
announced
in the last
studont
assembly.
Signum Laudis is composed of the
ten per cent of the senior class who
have maintained the highest scholastic averages in their college career,
but no one is eligible if his average
has been less than 2.00 or B .
The highest four per cent of the
class is named during the first semester, while the remaining number is
listed during the spring semester.
The highest twelve of the class of
1937 as announced last fall a r e :
David Cohen, president; Sue Caldwell, Raymond Fislt,
Patricia
Gauthier, Norman Gunderson, Robert
McGowan, Dorothy Ostrander, J a n e
Bendell, Martha Rolnick,
Lillian
Shapiro, Mary Sweeney, and Phyllis
Verm i lye.
The eighteen members who were
named this semester a r e : Jane Andrew, Ruth Britt, Elizabeth Gooding,
John Hastings, Sylvia Kudon, Marion
Lampman, Robert MacGregor, Ireno
Markham, Mary Miirkham, Judith
Rogers, John Rooney, Pinkie Rosenberg, Lester Rubin, Frances Smith,
Roy Swinglo, Marjorio
Tymeson,
James Vanderpoel, and Edgar Warren.
Name Four to Dean's List
Four additional students have been
named to the Dean's list, according
to an announcement by Elizabeth Van
Denburgh, registrar.
They include
two seniors, one sophomore, and one
freshman:
Herbert
Adler
and
Minnie
Georgeff,
seniors;
Ruth
Butler, ' 3 9 ; and Carolyn Brignola,
'40.
Squad Members
Advanced Dramatics Debate
To Attend Convention
Representatives from
twenty-five
Plans Annual Play colleges
will participate in the fifth
There will be a tea on Wednesday
from 3:15 until 5:00 o'clock in the
Lounge of Richardson hall, according to Mary Lam, '37, chairman of
Lounge committee.
Only freshmen and their faculty
advisors are invited, as the purpose
of the tea is to provide an opportunity
for the freshmen to become better acquainted with their advisors, and talk
over their experiences and problems
with them.
New York State Student assembly at
Syracuse university, April 23 and 24.
Between nine and thirteen Stato colThe cast for " L a d y Windermere's lego students selected from the deF a n " , the annual Advanced Dra- bate squad will take the trip.
There are three topics up before tho
matics presentation on May 27 and
28, was announced recently by Miss convention this year.
Agnes E. Futterer, assistant pro1. What changes in tho New York
fessor of English.
State legislature should be recomThe cast includes: Lord Winder- mended to tho 1938 New York State
mere, Paul Dittman, ' 3 8 ; Lord Dar- Constitutional Convention?
lington, William Bogosta, ' 3 9 ; Lord
Will Edit ' News'
2. What social reforms relating to
Augustus Lorton, Thomas Kelly, '37 ; homo and family should be p u t into
The next issue of the STATE COLMr. Cecil Graham, Kenneth Doran,
LEGE N E W S will bo in charge of tho
effect in New York?
'39; Mr. Dumby, Peter Hart, ' 3 9 ;
sophomore desk editors, Charles Et3.
What
should
the
state
do
to
imMr. Hopper, Robert Karpcn, ' 4 0 ;
tingor, Robert Hertwig,
Edgar
Parker, Jack Nordcll, ' 3 9 ; Lady prove the housing of its citizens?
O'flora, Jean Strong, and Charles.
Tomorrow,
three
committees
under
Windermere, Betty Daniels, ' 3 8 ;
Wnlsh.
Duchess of Berwick, Sally Whclan, the leadership of Lizettc Parshall,
This issue will be devoted to the
William
Bradt
and
Herbert
Drooz,
'38.
news,
history, and special features
Lady Agatha, Florence Nelbacb, juniors, will hold round-table discus- concerning the sophomore class and
sions
which
will
constitute
try-outs
for
'38; Lady Plymdalo, Florence Zubres,
Sophomore Soiree.
'38; Lady Jedburgh, Charlotte Lib- the trip.
mnn, ' 3 8 ; Lady Stutfield, J a n e t
Dibble, ' 3 8 ; Mrs. Cowper-Cowpor,
Dorothy [Tuner, ' 3 8 ; Mrs. Erlynne,
Jonn Lichonstein, ' 3 8 ; Rosalie, Marjorio Crist, ' 3 8 ; and Sir James
at the
Royston, Thomas Meehan, '37.
Members of the advanced class who
have been appointed to serve on committees a r e : sets, Lucille Clark, ' 3 8 ;
costumes, Sully Whclan, ' 3 8 ; house,
Ruth Schurlck, ' 3 8 ; props, Belly
Appeldoorn, ' 3 8 ; and advertising,
Charlotto Libmnn, '38.
The Stagecraft, class will work on
the sets for the play, as its major
project for the year.
Miss Futterer Announces Cast
Of " Lady Windermere's F a n "
fotkCanttnfotf
Everybody enjoys refreshing mildness in a cigarette . . . everybody
likes good taste and pleasing aroma.
These are the things that make
smoking a pleasure.
For all the good things that smoking can give you we invite you
to enjoy Chesterfield Cigarettes.
Freshmen Will Meet
Advisors Wednesday
Good Food and a Friendly Fire
COFFEE S H O P
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STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1937.
Seniors Pledge
Housing Funds
Totaling $6,250
Committee Makes Suggestions
To Alumni For Use
OF '37 Money
DENO'S TEAM IS AHEAD
Men's Dormitory An Objective
As Is Social Center
In New Plans
At the end of three weeks of intensive work, Robert Margison, president of the class of 1937, reports that
a total of .$(),250 has been pledged
by the senior class to the Alumni
housing fund.
Tho team headed by John Dcno is
in first place with a total of twentyeight pledges amounting to $2,80(1.
H a r r y Gumacr and John Murphy,
captains of the two other teams hold
second and third places respectively
with twenty-five pledges
totaling
$2,L'50, and 14 pledges totaling $1,200.
The committee, appointed by Margison, general chairman of the drive,
to draw up resolutions to present to
the Alumni association for suggested
use of the funds pledged, lias reported
that the lirst objective will be a
men's dormitory .suitable for the
needs of the college, anil the second,
a combined social center and athletic
fiold house, Including a swimming
pool.
The three divisions, with their
team captains, are as follows:
Division 1: John Deno, chairman;
Marjorio
Carnegie,
Helen
Clyde,
Eosoniary Dickinson, Mary llarbow,
Flizabeth Meury, Eleanor Nottingham,
Dorothy
Ostrander,
Grace
Parker, Dorothy Husk, Edward Sabol,
Marian Shullcs.
Division 2: Harry (luniaer, chairman; Alice A Hard, lOdmond Erwin,
Dorothy Kent, Mary Lain, Helen
McGowan, Frances McVeigh, Carol
Mires,
Buniieu
Monnat,
Charles
Morris, l.aurila Sold.
Division If: John Murphy, chairman;
Thomas
Harrington,
Lain
Dufi'ey,
Evelyn
Itamann,
Helen
Lomas, Elizabeth Morrow, Lester
Rubin, I'.'ls.'i Smith, Louise Smith,
Virginia
Stud,
Frederick
Stunt,
James Ynnilcrpuc'l.
Sophomores Present
Novel Dance Programs
In 1917 a war-time spirit invaded State college, and it was
announced that in order to conform to the nation-wide frugality,
we would dispense with dance
programs except for Senior ball,
and all refreshments excepting
punch. The latter rule has become- almost traditional, but with
tho Armistice the dance programs
returned.
I t would seem that
good times are here to stay from
the sophisticated black and silver
programs that the Sophomores
are distributing for Soiree.
With the advent of big-name
orchestras and more elaborate
preparations, State is achieving
quite a reputation for outstanding dances, even among the larger
and better-known colleges.
State Delegates
Attend Meeting
Faculty and Students Speak
At Teachers' Conference
In New York
State college is well represented at
the twelfth annual spring conference
of the Eastern States Association of
Professional Schools for Teachers, in
Xew York City, yesterday, today, and
tomorrow.
President A. It. Brubacher, Dean Milton (). Nelson, and
Dr. William French, instructor in education, of the faculty, and John Dean,
'37, and Herbert Drooz, '38, are in
attendance.
Dr. French will address the administrative and instructional divisions of
the meeting on "Curriculum Philosophies in the Secondary F i e l d " .
John Demi, regional chairman of the
National
Student
Federation of
America, will preside over a student
round table discussion of scholastic,
problems. Droo/, will participate in
the Social Studies forum.
The program of the con Terence includes consideration of departmental
questions and discussion of problems
of the leaching profession.
Drooz, permanent representative of
Slate college to the National Student
Federation of America, will leave the
conference to attend the regional
meeting of the association in New
Brunswick, New Jersey.
Residence Halls
To Have Formal
Lew Rider and His Orchestra
Will Swing Tomorrow
In Ingle Room
The women of the Alumni Residence
halls will conduct their annual spring
formal dance tomorrow night in the
Ingle room, from 9:00 until 1:00
o'clock. According to Molly Dowling,
'38, vice-president of the residence
halls, Lew Rider and his orchestra will
furnish the music. Hilah Foote, '39,
general chairman, will be assisted by
Sylvia Weiss, '39.
Faculty guests who will act as
chaperones include: Dr. Abram B .
Hrubacher, and Mrs. Brubacher; Dr.
Milton G. Nelson, dean, and Mrs.
Nelson; Miss Helen Hall Moreland,
dean of women; Dr. Caroline Croasdalc, professor of hygiene; Dr. Harry
W. Hastings, professor of English,
and Mrs. Hastings; Mr. Clarence
Hidley, assistanst professor of history, and Mrs. Hidley; Mr. Robert
Kienow, professor of government, and
Mrs. Rienow; Dr. Donnal V. Smith;
professor of history, and Mrs. Smith;
Mr. Paul Bulger, secretary of the Appointment Bureau and Mr. W. C. Wolgast, assistant instructor of history.
The committees for the dance include: arrangements, Rita Sullivan,
'•10, chairman, Mary Ouderkirk nnd
Virginia Strong, sophomores, Frances
Field and Jane Wilson, freshmen;
invitations, Virginia Elson, '40, chairman, Mildred Hallock, Esther Lane,
Jean Mitchell, Janet Montford, and
Marie O'Mourn, freshmen; music,
Iiernice Laniberlon, '39, chairman,
Mary Ann Pomponio, '38, and Jane
Sehwerzmunn, ';ii); and hospitality,
Marian Kingsley, ''10.
Nominees To Speak
Before Assembly
Student assembly today at 11:10
o'clock will be devoted to campaign
speeches by the nominees for student
association offices and by their campaign managers. In the absence of
John Deno, ','17, president, Leslie
Knox, '.'IS, vice-president, will preside.
The speakers will be introduced by
Charles Gaylord, '38, member of
Election Commission,
Each candidate will be allowed four
minutes, at least one of which must
be devoted lo all acceptance speech.
The remaining three minutes may be
utilized in whatever manner he wishes.
Speeches must be " k e p t c l e a n . "
By Robert Hertwig
Candidates for student association
Away back in September of 1935 —
Pushball allowed us to prove our
actually less Hum two years ago, but strength.
Piiith encounters ended olliccs, as nominated in last week 's
still ' ' a w a y b a c k " to us three hun- witli victory on the side of I he assembly a r e : president, William
dred green freshmen look upon them- wearers of the green, although we Hrndl, Warren Densaiore, and Leslie
Knox, juniors; vice presidents, John
selves I he cbiss color of green, or- admit I hat it was no ' ' push-over, ' '
Edge, Betty Hayford, and Dun ton
ganized, and became Ibe " c l a s s of
I'tiorgunizod
rivalry
reached a
Mil."
After being treated us Mine climax when l.cs Knox was very, very Tyniin, sophomores; secretary, ltosfellows' and lilled with coiilldenee by carefully ('.') escorted to Soiree by a uell Fairbanks, Willard Fraiuenl,
Waller Simmons, and Henry Taylor,
our worthy Mister class, we were committee of '.'liters, who had llrsl
broughl llrmly bock to scholastic mai- seen lo it that l.es's lllliru was the freshmen; representative on M.A.A.,
Julius llershkowitz, '3D, Joseph Lalers with a diel of tests designated to epitome of perfection.
Graff, John O'llriea, and Thomas
make even geniuses doubt
llieir
Edge ami Ailes next look command
Hyuu, juniors.
abilities.
of I he green and wllito, unit once
Election lo these olliccs will lake
Then with Tynan and linker nl the again we embarked upon u year's
place in student assembly on Friday,
helm, we sel soil HI lite stormy sea adventure,
April 23. Opportunity will also be
of
rivalry lo prove our worth,
liiviilry held sway over nil for a afforded on Hint date lo vote upon the
Through thick and thin, we waileil
through such slurius as banner rivalry, few weeks, but after several shower umendmeul to the By-Laws of Student
sings, debutes, pushball, bnskelball, " d i i a k i a g s " , one or two kidnappings, association suggested by Myskauia ill
and mascot hunt, only lo face defeat and a little harboring of upper lips, last week 's assembly,
the flush realized the superiority of
al the Moving up day rivalry sing
Tho suggested amendment reads:
I he ','ltlers and hnve since behaved like
' ' because of r a i n . ' '
Resolved: That auction 2 of tho By' ' ladies and gent lemon. "
l.aws of ibe Student association bo
The mnseiit. hunt allowed us to exClass banquet was a huge success, amended to read as follows:
plore, the unknown ami haunted
corners of the college buildings. Dirt with Jones and Hardy in the role of
Tho eduction of oillcers shall (alto
and grit, hul mi mascot, rewarded authors presenting " M a c ' 1 9 . "
placo not before tho third Friday in
our efforts, fur Siiuomls lacked a
Tonight; wo roach Hie crescendo of April nor after the llrst Friday in
hand's spread of grasping (he prize all our activities to date, and present May of each year. Nominations shall
when ho unknowingly reached into tho Sophomore Soiree. A big band, take place at least two weeks before
(he right crevice,
elections,
and a big time I L e t ' s all go I
Nostalgia Attacks Sophomores, |
Stricken By Tender Memories
Sophomore Soiree Tonight
Highlights Social Week-end
IS CHAIRMAN
Bunny Berigan and Orchestra
To Play at Aurania Club
For Socialites
' N E W S ' LISTS COUPLES
Ades and 1939 Committee
Will Welcome Guests
At Ballroom
i.'...teE....-~>L;
k :••
Christine Ades, vice-president
of the sophomore class, who is
chairman of the Soiree at the
Aurania club tonight.
Traveler to Speak
In Lounge at 4:10
Peace, International Relations
Clubs To Present Sam Risk
Fence club and International Relations club will collaborate in presenting n speaker, Sam Risk, well
known as an educational lecturer,
today at 1:10 o'clock in the Lounge
of Richardson hall. Earlier in the
day, Mr. Risk is to address the
Albany Rotury Club.
" A d v e n t u r e in Two W o r l d s " will
be the subject; of the lecture, and
Mr. Risk, wlio is known as the
" S y r i a n Vankeo", seems well qualified to discuss it.
lie was born in the back-country of
Syria, although his mother was an
American. Informed of his citizenship, after the death of his grandmother and his consequent embroilnienl in the World War, Mr. Risk
was not able to secure admission to
this country until 11)^7. He has a
body of sincere convictions about
educational processes and purposes
Hint are of genuine interest to students and educators.
With Bunny Berigan and his orchestra swinging it in the Aurania
Club ballroom, the sophomores and
their guests will usher in the spring
social season tonight with the annual
Soiree, the first formal function of
the class. Christine Ades is general
chairman of the dance.
Bids for Soiree will be on sale all
day today in room X, and they may
be purchased at the Aurania club this
evening. The bids arc $3.00.
Dancing a t Soiree will hold sway
from 10:00 to 2:00 o'clock. House
rules for the affair permit a late leave
until 3:30 o'clock.
Decorations are of yellow, green,
and violet, traditional spring colors.
Streamers of alternate colors are
festooned from a large centerpiece to
the sides to form an artificial ceiling.
The sophomore banner will also have
a conspicuous place in the decorative
scheme. I t will bo out of rivalry during the hours of the dance.
Faculty guests of the class, who
will act as chaperones, a r e : Mr.
William G. Hardy, instructor in English, and Mrs. H a r d y ; Mr. George M.
York, professor of commerce, and]
Mrs. York; Mr. Puul G. Bulger, '30,
secretary of the Appointment Bureau;
and Mr. David Kroman, '35, supervisor of mathematics.
Other members of the faculty who
will attend as guests include: Dr. A.
R. Hrubacher, president, nnd Mrs.
Brubnclior; Dr. Milton G. Nelson,
dean, and Mrs. Nelson; and Miss
Helen II. Moreland, dean of women.
Committees assisting Miss Adea
are: arrangements, Virginia Furey,
chairman, Rita Pontoroy, and Helen
Dowry; music, Knnti Porcine, chairman, Leonard Friedlander, Joseph
Muggleton, and Charles Walsh; refreshments, Mildred King, chairman;
chaperons, Faye Foreman, cliniriiian;
flowers and taxis, Ruth
Lewis,
chairman.
Door, Neil Fugarty and William
'Perrons, co-chairmen; floor, Gordon
Tabuer and Charles Franklin, cochairmen; programs and bids, Mary
(Continued on pcij/o 2, column '2)
Bunny Berigan, Soiree Maestro,
Is Famous As 'Hot' Trumpeter
By Charles Walsh
When you go lo Soiree tonight, (if
you u_u) you're going to take particular notice of a lull heavy set chap,
with thick light hair, a blond moustache, ami blue eyes. His name is
Hermird Holland, hut, lo you and you
ami yon, he's Hiinny Herigau, loader
of one of the besl among the current \y popular swing bauds.
When he lirst saw the light of day
in a Utile town in Wisconsin, culled
Fox Lake, on u November L', twentyeight years ago, his parents who were
Irish nnd Gerimiu, dldll'l see any
particular potentialities in him. Hul,
as soon as he could hold an instrument, it was his grandfather who
taught him to play the trumpet, and
encouraged him in pluying with local
bunds,
When he was old enough he was
sent to tho University of Wisconsin,
but he soon found that trigunometry
had none of the fascination of the
I run.pel, so he left for Chicago.
His experience there gnve him conIhlenco to tackle New York, nnd it
was while he was playing in a small
cafe thai Hal Kemp found him unci
look him on a tour of Fngland.
la succession followed periods with
Paul W'hitemun, a long engagement
with Penny Goodman, and back to tho
t'HS networks nail Freddie Rich where
he was featured on the program dedicated to " t h a t thing called awing"-—
Tho Saturday Night Swing t'luh,
Bunny's torrid style of trumpet
ploying has made him a feature attraction, with a repertoire of hot SOIOH
on anything from "Loveless L o v e "
and "(lashouse S t o m p " to Kutioitsteiu's " Melody in P . "
He's something to watch whoa he
does a hot lick for ho closes his aym,
hunches his shoulders, and goes for
ibe high ones with a vigor that makes
his wholo face rosy red.
Copyright 1937, liocerr & MYBM TOBACCO
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Will Electioneering
Clean Up Politics?
Today's assembly will witness the beginning
of what is hoped will be a "new d e a l " in State
college politics, when the candidates for the
three major Student association offices offer
campaign speeches to the student body.
For years students have complained of the
election set-up of the college; accusations have
been hurled thick and fast,—"dirty politics",—
"fixed elections",—"handshaking",—.
But
finally, this year, a plan to remedy the situation
has been put into effect.
An " o p e n " system of elections lias been instituted, calling for active campaigns by candidates
for major offices, including speeches, posters, a
campaign manager for each nominee, etc. All
this is under the supervision of the recently
established Election commission, whose job it
will be to regulate all pre-election activities.
It is hoped that the new system will lv ing all
electioneering out into the open, before the entire
student body,—out of the locker-rooms, sorority
and fraternity houses. Each candidate is to
have a fair and equal opportunity to make
known his qualifications and, of still greater importance, the voters of the college will be given
some basis other than ephemeral rumors, popularity, and personalities on which to base their
selections.
Theoretically, this should be an ideal set-up.
The Election commission, if it, functions efficiently, should be able to keep the campaigning
down to a reasonable pitch and prevent it from
acquiring any semblance of the "professional".
But, in the long run, the success of the new venture depends upon the integrity of the students
themselves. Can wo enter the assembly this
morning with an open mind, an unbiased attitude, prepared to judge the candidates upon
their actual fitness far office! Time onlv will
toll,
Teaching and Soiree
Sophomores arc, according to actual definition, the "wise fools." We think that the
present class of lll.'i!) aptly lives up to that
definition. When we started out with our plans
for an elaborate Soiree, the student body left off
the adjective in culling us names. Now that
Soiree seems to be an assured success we hear
no more of such comments,
We believe that the addition of the formal at
the dormitory on Saturday makes this galaweek end one Ilia! has been badly needed at
State collage, Social case is one requisite of a
Successful teacher, and the best way to acquire
such case is a fully rounded social life while at
college, This week end is another good chance
for all to have a good time and also gain some
needed teaching experience—so we'll he seeing
you swinging at Soiree,
T w e l v e s t u d e n t s h a v e r e c e n t l y received t e a c h i n g p o s i t i o n s t h r o u g h t h o
a p p o i n t m e n t bureau, including four
seniors, three g r a d u a t e students and
Ave f o r m e r S t a t e college s t u d e n t s .
S e n i o r s w h o h a v e been p l a c e d include: K a t h e r i n e Spoore, English a t
Fultonville; Doris Predenhall, English a t H o m e r
Academy;
Marian
Shultcs, mathematics and English a t
L o l t o y ; a n d M i n n i e Oeorgeff, L a t i n a t
c o u p l e s from t h e P r o m , y o u c a n liavo
A n d t h e n a g a i n 3omo o f t h e b o y s a n d
PRINTED
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1937.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1937.
damsel tied u p with
in t h e S o p h s c o u p l e s
Dono
book????
Wo a t last realize o u r ambition,
and report a blessed event. . . . U p a t
Clinny H a l l ' s . . . s e x t u p l e t s . . . . B o t h
t h e c a t a n d k i t t e n s a r e d o i n g fine,
thanks. . . .
In view of a
misunderstanding
L u s t w e e k e n d s u w p l e n t y of social
which h a s a r i s e n a s t o t h e p r o c e d u r e
g o i n g s - o n . . . V i c p a r t i e s a t G a m m a in s e n d i n g n u t f o l d e r s u p o n t h e reKap, P o t t e r , College house, a n d S i g quest
of i n d i v i d u a l
students, the
Alph. . . . A n d t h e Police ball a n d
Bureau has requested the N E W S to
S h o p F i e l d s d r e w q u i t e a f e w . . . . o u t l i n e a g a i n t h e p r o c e d u r e which is
A f t e r l o o k i n g in on t h e l a t t e r , w e followed t h r o u g h .
followed J . G o r d o n t o A l b a n y . . .
A s t u d e n t a p p l y i n g for a p o s i t i o n
a n d f o u n d h i m a c c e p t i n g J i n n y ' s invi- o n h i s o w n i n i t i a t i v e will fill o u t a
t a t i o n t o t h e oops p a r t y a t 12 P . M . f o r m on file in t h e office, i n d i c a t i n g
. . . L e s ( t ) y o u m i s i n t e r p r e t , s h e w a s h i s n a m e , t h e n a m e of t h o p r o s p e c simply fureyous, . . . Dick a n d Chris tive employer, a n d t h e n a m e a n d
were a shock, t o o . . . .
a d d r e s s of t h e school.
T h e f o l d e r is
A n d t h e College h o u s e f r a y b r o u g h t t h e n s e n t o u t b y t h e b u r e a u w i t h a
letter stating that the applicant has
o u t a few s u r p r i s e s . . . . Kvvie a n d
requested its being sunt.
E d d i e . . . a n d J a n e t s t i l l c a n ' t seem
The folder
includes t h e blanks
to m a k e u p h e r m i n d . . . .
R i t a s e e m s t o lose b o t h w a y s i n filled o u t b y t h e s t u d e n t a t t h e het h a t r i v a l r y s i n g b e t w i t h O ' H o r a , g i n n i n g of t h e y e a r , t h e s c h o l a r s h i p
record,
confidential
statements
of
My, o m y ! ! !
And " L o v e Is N e w s "
. . . M A A a n d O A A seem t o be co- m a j o r a n d m i n o r offlcors or o t h e r
o p e r a t i n g what w i t h last w e e k ' s (late a u t h o r i t i e s , a n d t h e t e a c h i n g e s t i m a t e
. . . anil n o t i c e t h o s e by-linos on t h o when a v a i l a b l e .
sports columns. . . .
And we p r e s e n t scullions t o t h a t
soph e d i t o r fur his a l l i t e r a t i v e a r t i c l e
o a b l o n d e s . . . b u t inaybo h e ' l l g e t
m o r e info a t S o i r e e . . . .
A n d n o w , b o y s a n d g i r l s , we leave
y o u t e m p o r a r i l y . . . b u t w e ' l l b e seeing you a t the A u r a n i a tonight.
SOPH-O-CLES.
'News' Lists Couples
For Tonight's Soiree
(Continued
from
page
1, Column
5)
Margaret
Pappa, chairman,
Helen
Bifarella a n d Virginia Hall.
D e c o r a t i o n s , Delhi Dolun, c h a i r m a n ,
J e a n Strung, J e a n c t t e Harlow, J a m e s
Speuee, a n d M y n d e r t tYounso; invitations, Margaret. Uorrlamin, c h a i r m a n ,
Nihil) Finite, a n d Helen P r u s i k ; a n d
p u b l i c i t y , H e t t y l l a y f o r d unci Hetty
l i n k e r , c o - c h a i r m e n , l l e n r i e t t o Hal
liri'ich, B r i l u
Decormier,
Margaret
M a t t i s o u , null J u n e P a l m e r .
Sophomores and Their Guests
S o p h o m o r e s who will u t t e l i d , unit
I heir g u e s t s include :
.1. ( l o n l u n T n l i n c r nnil Flossie Nel
bnch, '.'IS; K d g u r O ' l l u r n a n d liulli
S n x l i y ; Hex F l u s t e r anil J o y c e Maycock;
Kayo F o r e m a n a n d C h a r l o s
M a t t h e w s , '.'17; C'luirlus F r a n k l i n nnil
Hetty
llayfnrd;
Ulchard
Lonsdale
anil Cnllierine J i u n l i a , '.'17; J o s e p h
Wells unit Ilelen P r u s i k ,
Kola mi
Waterman
anil
Dorothy
W a r r e n ; Adeline Kazziini mid (icni'ge
Maxwell, A Ninny ; Helen I lil'ni'ellu nnil
.luck Vnw, K . I ' . I . ; Uoberl
(liu'inan
ami l.le.iiiiir I .ii.ll. ' I l l ; ,1 unc P a l m e r
mid
AIHII/.II
I turnout,
'37 ;
Hetty
l i n k e r mid Ificliurd M n r g l s m i i '3D;
llilali Fuule a m i A r t h u r Hcliuyler,
C o r n e l l ; Albert A n l i i l z e l a n d F a n n i e
Kurluusik,
Harold
Flunler m u l Lin Ktklud,
"AH; C a t h e r i n e L y n c h m u l N . Dulhel,
S|. Lawrence; J u l i u s llcrshknwilii and
M a r i o n K i n g s l e y , '40 j .Imiel ( l i i i n e y
mul
l.uugdeu
Wagoner,
Union ;
Kluuuur Wielihniu nnil l.elmid Cole,
H . l ' . l . ; W i l l i a m TIIITCIIS mid J u n e
Srliworzaiauu ;
Muriel
Hurry
nnil
C l a r e n c e V a n Kttuu.
Hellenics
The sisters a r e all s e t f o r t h e big
night tonight,
There a r e indications
of a l a r g e f o r e i g n e l e m e n t , b u t ' t i s
s a i d t h a t s o m e of t h e h o u s e s will remain true to State m e n .
K a p p a D e l t a w a s " a t h o m e " to
t h e o t h e r s o r o r i t i e s on S a t u r d a y , a m i
to t h e f a c u l t y a n d " a l u m s " S u n d a y .
A.K.Phi conducted formal
initiation for E s t h e r S i c g e l , ' 3 7 , B a r b a r a
Levy, ' 3 8 , Helen R u b i n , '3D, Y v o t t c
llynian, Lillian Rlvklnd, a n d Miriam
Shapiro, freshmen.
H o u s e g u e s t s for
Hie week-end were Scbnii S c h l n e l i t e r ,
"A-, S a r a B r a a d u i s H n n d o l m a n , ' 3 3 ,
mul Rose Dalirusliin, ' 3 5 . T o m a k e
Hie weekend c o m p l e t e , t h e e n g a g e m e n t
of Hose K e r e n , ' 3 1 , tn David Nudul
man was announced.
T w o f r e s h m e n , Helen L a n n e n anil
l l e r n i e e Miirlnwie/., .joined t h e r a n k s
uf P . P . P h i t h i s week.
I'si G u m m a r e p o r t s p l e d g e services
c o n d u c t e d r e c e n t l y for Murein B r o w n ,
' l o , anil D o r o t h y H u m p h r e y , '311, one
li.'ill' nt' Hie H u m p h r e y family d u e t ,
wns here for t h e w e e k e n d .
(lernliline P e t e r s , '3-1, renewed t h e
nld lies nl S i g m a A l p h a last week.
We also h e a r d r e p o r t s nl' n ninsl sue
cessful p a r t y in llnil d i r e c t i o n t c h ,
Through Two Decades
With Myskania
Commentstater
T h i s week is o u t s t a n d i n g b e c a u s e of t w o e v e n t s , ono
social, a n d o n e h i s t o r i c : t h e f o r m e r , S o i r e e , a n d t h e
l a t t e r , t h e t w e n t i e t h a n n i v e r s a r y o f t h e f o u n d i n g of
Myskania, secret honorary society for seniors.
In
A p r i l of 1917, n c c o r d i n g t o t h e b a c k files of t h e N E W S ,
t h e f a c u l t y a p p o i n t e d a n h o n o r a r y s o c i e t y o f eleven
s e n i o r s t o fill t h e need f o r n a e x e c u t i v e s t u d e n t c o u n c i l .
A week l a t e r , u n d e r t h e l e a d e r s h i p of f o r m e r D e a n
Pierce, t h e organization h a d m e t a n d chosen t h e n a m e ,
M y s k a n i a , t h e m e a n i n g of which w a s t o r e m a i n a s e c r e t
e x c e p t t o m e m b e r s of t h e g r o u p .
M e m b e r s h i p of t h e
o r g a n i z a t i o n w a s l i m i t e d t o from t e n t o t w e l v e s e n i o r s ,
five of w h o m were to bo chosen b y t h e f a c u l t y .
A m o n g t h e first rules s e t u p d u r i n g t h e w a r p e r i o d b y
t h e n e w M y s k a n i a w e r e : ( 1 ) t h a t no m o n e y w a s t o be
spent for decorations a t S t a t e d a a c c s ; ( 2 ) t h a t no r e f r e s h m e n t s e x c e p t p u n c h be s e r v e d ; a n d ( 3 ) t h a t no
p r i n t e d p r o g r a m s b e used e x c e p t f o r S e n i o r Hall. All
t h i s w a s c a r r y i n g o u t t h e p u r p o s e of t h e g r o u p , n a m e l y
to r e g u l a t e s t u d e n t a f f a i r s .
I n 1 9 2 2 , t h o a u g u s t b o d y a p p e a r e d f o r t h o first t i m e
in t h e s t u d e n t a s s e m b l y in t h e d i g n i t y of e n p a n d g o w n .
T h a t y e a r s a w M y s k a n i a s u p e r v i s i o n of f r e s h m e n r u l e s
and traditions.
A c c o r d i n g to t h e a n n o u n c e m e n t , freshmen wore t o w e a r t h e p u r p l e t o q u e d u r i n g t h e w i n t e r
s e a s o n — a p r a c t i c a l a s well a s p i c t u r e s q u e c u s t o m .
However, in o r d e r to i n s u r e u n d e r - c l a s s r e p r e s e n t a t i o n in
s t u d e n t a f f a i r s a n d r i v a l r y , in 1925 M y s k a n i a c r e a t e d
a campus council.
M y s t e r y r a n r a m p a n t t h a t y e a r when it w a s discovered t h a t s o m e o n e h a d stolen t h e t r u n k c o n t a i n i n g
the costumes for Campus d a y . After Myskania h a d
r o p l a c c d t h e m , ono C h a r l e s ( w h o s e o t h e r n a m e e v i d e n t l y
w a s also m i s l a i d ) f o u n d t h e m in an o b s c u r e c l o s e t .
N i n e t e e n h u n d r e d t w e n t y - s e v e n wns a n e v e n t f u l y e a r
M y s k a n i a c e l e b r a t e d i t s t e n t h a n n i v e r s a r y with a b a n q u e t ; a sophomore court was instituted to t r y freshmen
o f f e n d e r s ; a n d a c o m m i t t e e w a s a p p o i n t e d to i n v e s t i g a t e t h e a f f a i r s m u l p o w e r s of M y s k a n i a .
T h e p o w e r s a n d d u t i e s of t h e s o c i e t y w e r e m o r e c l e a r l y
defined i n 1 9 2 8 , w h e n it wns e m p o w e r e d to i n v e s t i g a t e
d i s a g r e e m e n t s b e t w e e n S t u d e n t council a n d S t u d e n t
association, a n d to supervise rivalry, Campus d a y , a n d
M o v i n g - u p d a y . S o m e of these p o w e r s w e r e I n t e r deleg a t e d to S t u d e n t c o u n c i l . T h u s in u p h o l d i n g t r a d i t i o n ,
M y s k a n i a h a s become a t r a d i t i o n in itself.
In 192!) t h e N E W S c o m m e n d e d M y s k a n i a u p o n t h e
a d m i r a b l e w a y it h a d c u r r i e d n u t t h e idea t h a t h a d been
the basis fur its f o u n d i n g , mid t h e i m p a r t i a l w a y Unit
elections a n d a p p o i n t m e n t s hud been d e c i d e d .
Fight
y e a r s Inter, we c a n a d d o u r c o n g r a t u l a t i o n s t o t h e
t w e n t y - f i r s t M y s k a n i a upotii t h e c o m p l e t i o n of a s c o r e uf
y e a r s ' w o r k of c o n s i s t e n t l y h i g h c a l i b r e in u p h o l d i n g
State traditions, and guiding student opinion.
Book of the Week:
A Professor Speaks
By
Charles
Ettinger
P r o f e s s o r a t B a y , by l i u r g e s J o h n s o n .
P u t n a m ' s S u n s , 1037.
(On
rental
in III/'
N e w Y o r k , (I. P.
Co-op)
When y o u s e t t l e y o u r s e l f d o w n t o rend t h i s v e r y
r e a d a b l e collection uf e s s a y s , du not choose u s e c l u d e d
spul far a w a y from all h u m a n c o m p a n i o n s h i p , fur
Ii
ul' t h e e n j o y m e n t Hint you will d e r i v e from it will consist u l s p r i n g i n g nl i n t e r v a l s upon MI
innocent bys t a n d e r a n d g u r g l i n g ; " S a y , j u s t listen to t h i s , will
you. . . . " I t ' s that kind uf a bunk.
P r o f e s s o r J o h n s o n w r i t e s us n p h i l o s o p h e r , a h u m o r i s t ,
mul ii s a t i r i s t nil rolled into one, lull Hie salient f e a t u r e
of Lis w r i t i n g is i t s 1111111:111 uess. As for his s u b j e c t
well, lis iliilieuteil by c h u p l e r h e a d i n g s his l u | i i r s r n u g o
nil I In- w a y from " C h i c k e n F e u t h e r s " in " S o T h i s
Is H e l l " .
A l t h o u g h lliere a r e few p a g e s in t h e bunk w i t h o u t
t h e i r luiieh ul' :;
I liuinuivil s a t i r e , it is in his t r e a t
ineul uf psycliulugisl.s mul their pleiiunstic p e d a n t r y Hint
tell!
the nullior ronll.i become* S w i l ' t i n u .
F u r i n s t a n c e , in
I l n v e y o u r s e l v e s n guild l i m e , gills, s p e a k i n g of t h e i i l t i l u d e of the l i e h u v i o r i s l
Inwards
mn! mi with I he d a n c e !
miiin.'ils ( u l
i llie niilhur seems In p r e f e r In n g I
inmiy p e o p l e ) , he sliy.v: " . . . 1 lilhl i| dillirull lu I'ulluw
To Take Ring Orders
t h e m , oipecilllH since I s p e a k unly t h e i r last y e a r ' s
O r d e r s for j u n i o r r i n g s will In
v e r n a c u l a r ; a m i su c
pleleH ilu (hev seem lii have
lllkell nil 11• \I week I'liini I'J ;tlll until
become en ru/i/mi-/ will, the d u m b e r a n i m a l s t h a i il is
'•'• • l"i ii 'clock
in I he
rotunda
ul' diHicult at l i m e s fur me lu tell uiu from II
llua . ' '
D r a p e r hull, nci'iinling In Kulli Hull'
The iiiilliur d e v o t e s several ul' his m u r e i.r less s e r i o u s
mini,
'.'is, c h a i r m a n
uf t h e ring
c h a p t e r s In t h e cxpositiuii uf his p h i l o s o p h y of e d u c a t i o n
I'liinniillee.
mid a d i s c u s s i o n of the present edileiilionul set u p ,
A depnsil uf l h i l l i l u l l m s ninsl l>e espei ially in r e g a r d lo I he colleges.
| | j „ c h a p t e r "IIpllid nl t h e snine l i m e t h e line, is
Hlleil " O a l h s fur O t h e r s " l a k e s u p | lie q u e s t i o n of
o r d e r e d . Hie reiuuiinlei
In he paid
touchers' oaths.
He s a y s : " L e i us have l e a c h e r s ' mil lis
upon delivery nt' t h e r i n g s .
by nil melius, p r o v i d e d we s w e a r alt uf Hum- II7IU
teach",
T h e lilies limy he n b l a i l l e d in t w u
and then p r o p o s e s , solemnly e n o u g h , Ilia! all p u r e u l s ,
illll'erclil t y p e s nl' m e l n l s , e i t h e r in
p r e a c h e r s , l a w y e r s , n e w s p a p e r p u b l i s h e r s , movie prollui polished gold t y p e n r in tin lull
d u c e r s , a m i e s p e c i a l l y the l e g i s l a t o r s themselves' lie re
finish,
P r e f e r e n c e uf Hie s t u d e n t s
q u i r e d In l a k e an u a t h ,
run about even for lliese Iwu t y p e s .
II is i n t e r e s t i n g I , , „ „ ! , , | | , | , | l»illf*HMM(,r J u h l l s u l l i s l|
T h e r i n g s a r e ulsn m two different
" ' e m b e r of llie f a c u l t y of Union College in S c h u u o c t a d y ,
price levels, d e p e n d i n g upon w h e t h e r
lie is Hie aiiMiur of " H m u i e l a from llie P e k i n g e s e , a m i
tho sluilnul wishes t o have n n e with II
o t h e r D o g g e r e l " , as well us a n u m b e r of e s s u y s which
recessed or a heavy hnck.
have a p p e a r e d in uiiiguziues.
Coach Hatfield Names
1937 Varsity Nine Lineup
Canute's Corner
Pitches
Passes
Puzzlement?
C. F. F.
Old K i n g B a s e b a l l s e e m s t o he ridi n g in w i t h t h e s u m m e r y d a y s a s m e n
of S t a t e d e v o t e t h e m s e l v e s t o t h e
p r i m e v a r s i t y i n t e r e s t of t h e m o m e n t .
T h e p r o c e s s of w a r m i n g u p a r m s
a n d g e t t i n g t h e o l d e y e o n t h e ball
moves forward a s Beverwyck park
d o e s t h e b e s t it c a n t o a c c o m m o d a t e
t h e f o l l o w e r s of S w a t — t h e b e s t it
c a n , w h e n S t a t e i s forced i n t o a
c o r n e r in o r d e r t o d o d g e t h e flying
s p h e r e s of o t h e r n i n e s w h o s h a r e t h e
same training camp.
l i n t t h e n , t h e i n a d e q u a c i e s of S t a t e
for o u t d o o r s p o r t s is g e t t i n g s o m e
attention.
R u m o r h a s it t h a t u cont r a c t will be l e t o u t in t h e n e a r
future to widen, mid m a k e otherwise
m o r e s u i t a b l e , t h e p l a y g r o u n d in
b a c k of t h e d o r m , s o t h a t b a s e b a l l
s h a l l be p r a c t i c e d a s s h e s h o u l d b e —
in peace a n d s a f e t y .
O p t i m i s m i s r u n n i n g t h e r o u n d s of
squad
a n d fans
alike
a s Coach
p r o m i s e s a n u p a n d u p s e a s o n . Looking down t h e line-up we notice t h a t
t h e F r o s h a r e v e r y m u c h on t h e i n side—which pleases us. Being ardent
b a s e b a l l f a n s o u r s e l v e s , w e ' d like
to see our Alma M a t e r have a n a m e
t o be r e c k o n e d w i t h in t h e d o m a i n of
bats.
Coach's p r i d e s e e m s t o b e t h e i n field. S l i p p i n g a l i t t l e w i t h o u r h e c k ling, he a d m i t t e d t h a t he'd " rather
have this gang working together than
a n y t h i n g I've seen a t Union."
This
w a s modified w i t h " C a n t h e y b a t ? "
T h e " t h e y " c o n s i s t s a s y o u w i l l find
in
another
story,
of
freshmen:
Shearer,
Danielwictz,
Balog, a n d
Fairbanks.
Perhaps
w e ' r e a l i t t l e b i t farf e t c h e d in c h a n g i n g t h e s u b j e c t t o a
t i l i n g of tlic f a r d i s t a n t f u t u r e . W e
r e f e r tu b a s k e t b a l l .
W h i l e most of
us u r e still e n g r o s s e d in a l a s t s e a s o n
h o l d o v e r , in t h e f o r m of a "121 " contest, certain far-sighted
gentlemen
h a v e p r e s e n t e d lis w i t h a scoop, u s
w i t n e s s t h e h o o p s c h e d u l e for next
year's varsity.
A n a t t e m p t h a s been m a d e to bal;\nei' it in o r d e r to g i v e llie team
ul! t h e c h a n c e s t h e y c a n g e t .
Have y o u ever w o n d e r e d w h y m e n
h a v e n ' t been a b l e t o do a n y t h i n g in
t h e line of s w i m m i n g t h i s s e a s o n ?
T h e e x p l a n a t i o n s e e m s p r e t t y logical.
Coach q u i b b l e d w i t h s e v e r a l poolh e a d s in a n e n d e a v o r t o h e l p o u t y o u
aquaticians.
T h e result
w e didn't
get a n y w h e r e .
E i t h e r t h e pool w a s
too f a r a w a y , or t o o s m a l l , or t h e
s c h e d u l e of p e r i o d s in w h i c h w e could
use it w a s t o o l i m i t e d t o m a k e it of
a n y practical use.
Do y o u , p e r h a p s , r e m e m b e r t h e
t i m e , w a y back w h e n t h e C o m m o n s
possessed
a couple
of
ping-pong
t a b l e s ? R a t h e r a t r i v i a l m a t t e r , perh a p s , b u t w e k n o w q u i t e a few pers o n s r e m e m b e r e d I h e m well e n o u g h
to w o n d e r w h y t h e y ' v e d i s a p p e a r e d ,
a n d h o w t h o y could be b r o u g h t back.
As a hint, for w e w o n ' t pledge to t h e
idea, t h e officials of M A . A . m i g h t be
a b l e to do s o m e t h i n g a b o u t t i n s .
Thought*
have
been
going
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w h,\
First Opponent To Be R.P.I.
Schedule Lists Nines
OF 7 Colleges
O n S a t u r d a y , M a y 1, S t a t e ' s b a s e ball t e a m i n a u g u r a t e s i t s d i a m o n d
season i n a n e n c o u n t e r w i t h B . P . I .
at Bleecker Stadium. Although nothi n g definite In t h e w a y of l i n e - u p s c a n
y e t b e p r e d i c t e d , Coach H a t f i e l d h a s
n a r r o w e d t h e s q u a d down t o a n u c l e u s
of t h o s e t h a t show p o t e n t i a l a b i l i t y .
A m o n g t h o s e w h o look p r o m i s i n g
for pitcher a r e J o h n n y Cullen, ' 3 7 ,
veteran of last year, who m a y have
t o b e a r t h e b r u n t of t h e h u r l i n g , P a u l
Scliinitz,
' 3 8 ; Les Wiley,
Carrol
Lehman, sophomores; John Shearer
and Darwin V a n Keuren, freshmen.
A t t h o b a c k s t o p p o s i t i o n will b e
either J o h n O'Brien, '38 or Gordon
P c a t t i e , ' 4 0 . T h e infield a s p i r a n t s
number a m o n g others, F a i r b a n k s or
T. rlyun at f i r s t ; B a l o g or Q i u t t t r o e h i
at second ; D a n i e l w i c t z or C y m b n l a k
at s h o r t ; a n d S h e a r e r or T l i o m n s n t
third.
I n t h e outfield, B o s l e y , B a r r e t t , J . R y a n a n d Onffney will light
il out f o r b e r t h s with some of t h e
others.
Up t o d a t e t h e p r a c t i c e tit Beverwyck field h a s consisted of Holding
and batting.
Coach H a t f i e l d is conc e r n e d chiefly w i t h filling t h e first
sack position.
W i t h t h a t b e r t h tilled
lie is confident of u successful leason.
Of c o u r s e , t h e b i g q u e s t i o n t h a t will
not be s e t t l e d u n t i l t h e c o m p e t i t i o n
b e g i n s , is w h e t h e r t h e b o y s c a n sock
t h e a p p l e on t h e nose in t h e c r u c i a l
moments.
S l u t e , b r e a k i n g a p r e c e d e n t of p r e vious y e a r s , will n o t piny a n y of i t s
g a m e s tit liidgcfleld P a r k .
T h e first
two home g a m e s will be p l a y e d a t
Hleecker s t a d i u m a n d t h e r e m a i n i n g
home g a m e s will be fought u u t on a
Meld t o lie c o n s t r u c t e d in back of t h e
dormitory.
I n a d v a n c e be it k n o w n
I hut t h e p l u y e r s d i s c l a i m all r e s p o n s i bility f o r b r o k e n w i n d o w s !
T h o s c h e d u l e which follows l i s t s
four home games, two a w a y a n d o n e
open d a t e which will b e filled us soon
us p o s s i b l e .
M a y 1- B . P . I , a t Bleecker S t a d i u m
M a y 8 — P r a t t ul Hleecker
May
Stadium
15—open
May 21
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MAA Spring Program To Include
Baseball, Track, Softball Meets
Spring Season
Car
Camp
Carnival
B.H.
N o m o r e G . A . A . h i k e s by bus . . ,
believe i t o r n o t , t h e g a l s a r c p l a n ning to b u y a car . . . a s t a t i o n wagon
a t t h a t . . . h o w e v e r , p e r p l e x i n g quest i o n s have p r e s e n t e d t h e m s e l v e s . . .
who will d r i v e ? . . . w h a t a b o u t ins u r a n c e ? . . . is t h e r e a c h e a p g a r a g e
h a n d y ? . . . P h y l l i s J o b s o n will welcome a n y suggestions on this perplexing problem.
S p e a k i n g of h i k e s a n d h i k e r s , d i d
you know t h a t L o t t a Bunkers aro res p o n s i b l e f o r G . A . A . 's o w n i n g C a m p
Johnson?
This m o n t h ' s " S p o r t l i t e "
m a g a z i n e tells t h e c o m p l e t e s t o r y of
the procedure.
A n d we m i g h t mention that, c a k e sales b r o u g h t t h e necess a r y revenue for t h e p u r c h a s e .
Conch H a t f i e l d h a s d r a w n u p t e m p o rary plans for a spring intramural
p r o g r a m which i s t o c o n s i s t of a b a s e ball field d a y , a n i n t r a m u r a l t r a c k
p r o g r a m , a n d a Softball r o u n d r o b i n .
T e m p o r a r y p l a n s p r o v i d e for u n i n t r a mural committee to be under M.A.A,
control.
T h e s p r i n g ' s sports would
be u n d e r
direct
control
of
this
committee.
W h e t h e r t h e t r a c k p r o g r a m will
be i n t h e f o r m of a r o u n d r o b i n w i t h
the f o u r classes s t a g i n g a t r a d i t i o n a l
intraclass
m e e t is n o t k n o w n a t
present. I n t h e past, however, all t h e
t r a c k m e e t s h a v e been r u n on t h o
campus i n sneaks.
This spring n
s u i t a b l e t r a c k w h e r e s p i k e s a n d flyi n g c i n d e r s will b r i n g u p t h e r a c i n g
blood i n t h e " t r a c k s t c r s " of S t a t e ,
is b e i n g s o u g h t .
P l a n s for a n nil-college b a s e b a l l
field d a y i n c l u d e " b a l l " t h r o w i n g ,
" b a l l " hitting, base running, etc.
This
novelty baseball
"carnival"
would b e opened t o all S t a t e m e n .
D i s t a n c e would d e t e r m i n e t h e w i n n e r
in t h e b a l l t h r o w i n g a n d h i t t i n g contest, w h e r e a s speed a n d f o r m will u n doubtedly gain the lanrals for the
buseru n n e r .
T h e g a l f e n c e r s a r e still w i t h u s ,
a n d y o u c a n see t h e m g o t h r o u g h
t h e i r p a c e s on m o s t a n y flue d a y ,
u n d e r t h e a s t u t e l e a d e r s h i p of L i i
Shapiro.
S p r i n g is in t h e a i r . . . a n d so a r e
volleyballs, arrows,
baseballs, a n d
tennis racquets.
Grace Yorkey, '38,
a n d K a y A d a m s , ' 3 9 , will g u i d e t h e
volleyball p l u y e r s ; J e a n E d g e c u m b e
a n d R u t h S h o e m a k e r , j u n i o r s , will
lend the s p r i n g a r c h e r s while P e g
Winn, '38, a n d Delia Dolan, '39, take
c h a r g e of b a s e b a l l , a n d C h a r l o t t e
Peck, ' 3 8 , a n d F l o r e n c e H a b e r e r , ' 3 9 ,
nianago the tennis enthusiasts. The
c a p t a i n s will choose t h e ton m o s t
worthy participants
to a t t e n d t h e
s p o r t s c a r n i v a l a t S k i d m o r o on M a y 8.
It won 't lie long n o w .
As p l a n s a r e only t e m p o r a r y , t h o
t r a c k p r o g r a m m a y u l t i m a t e l y follow
the s a m e p l a n a s t h e b a s e b a l l F i e l d
day with individual vying for special
a w a r d s r a t h e r t h a n class c o m p e t i t i o n .
T h e Softball
r o u n d r o b i n would
offer t h o s e w h o w o u l d t a k e p a r t in
n e i t h e r of t h e t w o o t h e r s p o r t s programs to put forth their individual
talent.
T h e d u r a t i o n of t h e r o u n d
r o b i n w o u l d be left u p t o t h e i n t r a mural committee.
G.A.A. Announces Plans
For Spring Week-end
T h e success of t h i s p r o p o s e d s p r i n g
s p o r t s ' p a r a d e r e s t s e n t i r e l y in t h e
i n t e r e s t of t h e m e n of S t a t e .
Time
will n e c e s s i t a t e i m m e d i a t e a c t i o n on
G . A . A . is p l a n n i n g to t a k e a d v a n t a g e of t h e a d v e n t of s p r i n g with
a n o t h e r ( ' a m p J o h n s o n weekend Friday, according to a n announcement
by B e t t y M o r r o w , ' 3 7 , p r e s i d e n t .
J u n e P a l m e r , ' 3 0 , will be g e n e r u l
c h a i r m a n of t h e e v e n t a s s i s t e d by
J u l i a (lallik, ' 3 8 . C o m m i t t e e s assisting
h e r will
include:
publicity,
C h r i s t i n e A d e s a n d Helen
Lovvry,
s o p h o m o r e s ; food, B e t t y Allen, ' 3 9 ,
and Marion Kingsley, ' 4 0 ; transportation,
Mary
llurbow,
'37, and
Dorothy
Pritchard,
'-10; c l e a n - u p ,
Hita S u l l i v a n a n d L o u i s e l l e s s n e y ,
f r e s h m e n ; f a c u l t y , Delia D o l a n , ' 3 9 .
the p a r t o f a l l m e n i n t e r e s t e d .
T o d a y m a r k s t h e dead-line set b y
Duke Hcrshkowitz, '39, recently a p p o i n t e d c h a i r m a n of tho " 2 1 " Tourn n m o n t , f o r t h e c o m p l e t i o n of t h e
first r o u n d .
N e x t week w i t h c o m p e tition keener, a n d interest increasing,
t h e s e c o n d r o u n d will s w i n g under
w a y a n d a g a i n t h e less f o r t u n a t e
" s h a r p s h o o t e r s " will fall b y t h e w a y
side.
Scoop! 'Newt'' Prints
1937-38 Hoop Line-up
A fourteen g a m e schedule with
six o p e n d a t e s h a s b e e n a n nounced
by
acting
manager
Mallinson for S t a t e ' s
1937-38
basketball campaign.
The Purp l e a n d Gold will m e e t t w o n e w
o p p o n e n t s in c l a s h i n g with C o n n .
State Teachers a n d Plnttsburg
Normal.
The schedule
follows:
Dec.
3
4
10
11
10
17
Jan.
7
8
14
15
21
L'2
Feb.
3
4
5
11
^2
18
19
L'5
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to
date
is as
Open
" B a r d College
Open
*B. P. I.
S t . M i c h a e l ' s College
Norwich University
Open
Conn. S t a t e Teachers
l l a r t w i c k College
"Plattsburg Normal
"Buffalo State Teachers
Open
Open
Pratt Institute
Brooklyn Poly
"Alumni
' l l a r t w i c k College
*St. Michaels College
Open
"R. P . I .
flumes.
The Department Store of Albany That
Is Ever Anxious to Be of Service —
Meeting the Merchandise Demands of
the College Woman.
l l a r t w i c k , home
May 2 9 — S t . Michaels, home
May 3 1 - llartwick at Oneuntu
June S
"Kay, what'll
we give 'em?
It. P . I. ut T r o y
Music and Rhythm
Hal, everybody
Zannieri To Manage
loves it!"
Augehi Zannieri, '37, has taken
uver the r e i n s a s m a n a g e r of S t a t e ' s
b a s e b a l l nine to succeed Prod D e x t e r ,
Insi season 's m a l i n g e r . Z a n n i e r i w a s
appointed
In t h e m a n a g e r s h i p by
M.A.A. last M o n d a y n i g h t .
In r e s p o n s e t o Z a n n i e r i ' s call for
bull c h a s e r s , but l u g g e r s , ball c l e a n e r s ,
ami g e n e r a l ' ' s i t d o w n e r s " s c l e r a l
a s p i r a n t s r e p o r t e d lo Heverwyck P a r k
Monday night.
T h e A s s i s l u n l luniiagcis
appointed
by Z a n n i e r i
were
Anthony
Wilryzyuski,
'3D, Mux
S y k e s , ' i n , mul Alvin Weiss, ' i n .
EAT
AT JOHN'S
LUNCH
D i n n e r s 25( a n d u p
Delicious Sandwiches a n d S u n d a e s
7:30 A.M.—11:00 P.M.
Opp.
t h o High
School
not ':
^FRIDAY*)JH°^SON
P l e n l ) of m e n u r e i n t e r e s t e d in il
iix w il lie.-, t he sojiilll'll" uf Mul t hew s,
Iteale, lleneiliel, el ul.
If M A A .
Would decide In help w i t h slleli .III
c \ e i i i . we h a v e t h e i r ilellnilc u s s u r
unco Ilial il would lie u l i h s u p p o r t e d .
-
O u r i i i i e u i p i t o w r i t e Ihis c o l u m n
lias b r o u g h t lis lii d o a hit uf what
o n l y a n u g l y w o r d c a n d e s c r i b e properly.
In i t s place h o w e v e r , « e w isli
In use iiuiither a n d s t a t e t h a i a n y
a n d nil q u i b b l i n g n» p r e s e n t e d , is
iill'el'eil ill u c o n s t r u c t i v e s e n s e . W e
FREDETTE'S
hope that it will be received in the
suinc way,
>0 II It OPTICAL 5tRVlCt
rtptiort,
OPTICIANS.
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ALL
COLUMBIA
STATIONS
8 30p
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THE FIRST PRODUCT TO HOLD TWO NATIONAL RADIO AWARDS
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State, Hobart Meet
In Unusual Debate
Forensic Squad to Encounter
Cornell, Keuka On Trip
An unusual round table debate on
the subject of regulating minimum
wages and maximum hours was conducted in the Lounge of Bicliardson
hall on Wednesday.
The meeting
was in charge of Mr. Jones, instructor of English, who acted as chairman.
The debate was scheduled ns a
formal, no decision, debate, but as
the debaters chatted over the dinner
table the idea of a round table debate was presented to the teams and
as Hobart had never debated this
style before they decided that they
would like to experiment with it.
A feature of Hobart's debate squad
was their mascot, Paix, who is a
German collie dog who has been
trained by the Seeing Eye to guide
the blind. His master was Frederick Newman who, although blind,
showed that he possessed an analytical
mind for the problems of the subject,
a n d the ability to catalog a huge
number of facts in his mind without
the aid of any written notes.
The Hobart team, which was to debate Skldmore last night, consisted
of Qeorge Hull, captain, Samuel
Warr, seniors, Sidney Brown, '38, and
Fred Newman, '39.
The State team was composed of
Gordon Tabner and Edgar O'Hora,
sophomores.
A State debate squad will make
a trip to Cornell and Keuka college
over the weekend. This squad will
consist of Jean Lichenstein, Florence
Zubres, Lizette Parshall, juniors,
Leonard Friedlander, and Lawrence
Strattner, sophomores.
This squad
will debate the problems of minimum
wages and maximum hours, and also
the problem that the C.I.O. should
be extended to all industries.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1937.
Feasting and Frolic
Marks Senior Banquet
Yoicks!
Yoicks!
and the
seniors feasted at their "April
showers" banquet Wednesday in
the Cafeteria. The affair turned
out to be a regular reunion of
the class with dancing in the
Commons qtul group singing in
the Activities office following the
festivities. Messrs. Edwards and
DeSerio led the choristers in their
impromptu roundelay.
Speakers of the evening were
Drs. French and Tommie, who
delivered " T h e Saga of Little
Orphan Willie," a story based
on their early adventures.
A typical '37 skit, directed by
Evvie Hainann, finished off the
entertainment.
I t seemed to
have been planned as a take-off
on the stunt of the sophomores
a few weeks back, and succeeded
handsomely.
Stars of the piece were the trio
composed of Edwards, Erwin, and
DeSerio, with their classical
renditions. Even the N B W S had
a place in the skit, perched
above the rounded head of George
Mackie.
Seniors To Order Gowns
Seniors who wish to rent cap and
gowns for Moving Up Day until commencement may obtain them from
Virginia Loucks, Margaret Roets, or
Frederick Byrnes, seniors.
If they wish to purchase the caps
and gowns they may be obtained
from the Co-op at a special price.
To Assess Five Dollar Tax
TWO LEADERS OF CLASS OF 1939
Another phase of the new plan f o r
opening up elections at State college
took the form of the posters which
have been placed during the week
throughout the college buildings.
" T h i s is just another step to let
the members of the student association know about the qualifications of
the various candidates. I t is in noway to be a competition in artistic
a b i l i t y , " maintains Charles Gnylord,.
chairman of the newly appointed!
Election commission.
At the meeting Monday noon i n
which the candidates and their managers received their instructions fronn
the commission, separate places were
assigned for the posters of the three
major officers for next year. Those
of the president are on the main bulletin board of Draper hall. The
campaign posters for the vice-presidency a r e located near the mail box,
and those for the office of secretary
of the student body are on the bulletin board in Husted hall.
Dunton Tynan and John Edge, prominent in sophomore affairs. Edge
is class president, and Tynan is secretary of the student association. Tynan was president of the class in hiB freshman year.
Classical Club To Have
Annual Buffet Supper
Classical club will conduct a buffet
supper in the Lounge of Richardson
hall, Thursday a t 6:00 o'clock, according to an announcement by
Dorothy Ostrander, '37.
Faculty guests of the club will include: Miss Virginia Smith, supervisor in F r e n c h ; Miss Edith Wallace,
assistant professor of L a t i n ; Miss
Marion Chesebrough, instructor in
Latin; and Miss L, Antoinette Johnson, assistant professor and supervisor
of Latin.
For the benefit of the entering
members of the student association
for the second semester, the Student
A poster has been placed on the
Board of Finance decided at their main bulletin board, and all who deregular meeting Tuesday that the siro to come a r e asked to sign up as
new students will be entitled to all soon as possible. The affair is an
the privileges of the student tax upon annual one, t h e social highlight of
the payment of five dollars.
the club season.
ege News
Nominees Post Signs
As Part of Campaign
State To Debate Wells
PARTICULAR PORTRAITS
The next homo debate of State's
forensic squad will bo Wednesday
with Wells college. The subject is,
"Resolved:—that Congress should be
empowered to Regulate minimum
wages and maximum hours."
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XXI, No. 21
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1937
4
Y.W. To Sponsor 'State's Student9 Organization
Equals Best' —Deno and Drooz
Season's Modiste
Show Tomorrow
History of Fashions Will Be
Highlight of Program
In Ingle Room
The Young Women's Christian Association will sponsor a fashion -snow
tomorrow afternoon in the Ingle room
of tin' Alumni Residence halls from
8;00 until 0:00 o'clock.
A feature of the program will be
ji history of women's fashions for lust
few decades. The modern clothes will
display ensembles of every type suit able for the college girl and her budget.
They have been loaned by
David's. Refreshments will lie served,
anil n silver offering will lie taken,
All students of the college are invited
tu attend.
The following committees have been
appointed tu nssist Hetty llnyfoid,
'.'id, general chairman:
Arrangements, Virginia Wegener,
'3(1, chairman; Phyllis Perry, '.'IS;
.lane Ncliwcrzmnnn and S h i r I e y
Thompson, sophomores.
Music, Carolyn Mattiee, '.'10, chairman; Margaret Mnttisnn ami Clara
Metcnlf, sophomores; .lean Mitchell
and Mary Trninor, freshmen.
Refreshments, Florence Xolbnrh,
'38, chairman; Uutli Hoffman, '38j
Virginia Strong, '3(1; Virginia Bison
ami Prances Field, frei luneii.
Faculty, Carol Mires, '.'17, chairman; Marion Dayton, '30 j and Father
Lime, '40.
('us! nines, History of Fashions,
Hetty Austin, '30, chairman : Dorothy
Ost rainier, '37; Janet (literacy anil
Emily Vogol, sophomores: Harriet
Sprngnc, 'III; Modern, Helen Prusik, '311.
Publicity, Knthryn .Schwartz, '39,
chairman; Laura Ferris, ' 3 7 ; Helen
Cnlleiiius, '3S; Jennette Harlow ami
Ailunna Hector, sophomores; Helen
Blake, Marian Kingsley, Dorothy
Pritchard, and Louise Smith, freshmen.
Clean-up, Mary Halpin, '30, chairman; Kluise llartmann, Louise Ilcssney, and Jean De Filippo, freshmen.
Serving, Stella Sampson, '.'IS, chairman; Hoginn Murphy, '30; June
A iimilier, Marjurie llnird, Florence
Harrows, Alice Crounse, Hernice Freyincyer, and Evelyn Huberts, freshmen.
Make-up, Marjurie Crist, "AH; chair
man; Alma Snyder, '.'17: Elizabeth
A|)|>eli|iiurii
and Dorothy
[Inner,
juniors.
Police Thwart Abduction
Of Sophomore President
The freshmen'« attempt In
kidnap John Edge, sophomore
president, Friday al'lernuiiii was
less successful than their pre\ iuus endeavor of last fall. The
aggressive freshmen were greeted
at College House by lucked doors,
windows, and showers of water
I'IIIIII the second and third story
windows.
Victory for the outnumbered flush seemed inevitable
when liny had succeeded ill gain
ing access In the third story
through II sky liglil in the runt',
'flic overwhelmed sophs resorted
In police protection In save the
honor lit' their class ami prevent
t hi' abdini inn ill' their class presi
lit *li< I he linsh immediately d is
blinded,
Friday nighl the freshmen
made their last
attempt In
' ' g e t " Edge by lying in unit
fur him in the shrubbery in front
of the Alumni Kcsidcnce Hall.
Edge thwarted his rival class by
having one of his cohorts call for
Miss Hiln Sullivan, '40, his part
lief for the evening, instead of
putting in n personal appearance
nt the Dunn.
By Charles Walsh
" S t a t e has a student government,
As a result of the discussions at
organization equal to if not superior the conference, they have brought
to that of many larger institutions." back four suggestions for State to
This is (he opinion of John Deno, consider. They ore, namely: ( 1 ) a
president of the student association, more highly developed pence moveand Herbert Drooz, '38, recently re- ment; (2) a thorough investigation
turned from the regional conference of the honor system with a view to
of the N.S.F.A, where they acted as its improvement; ( 3 ) more attention
regional president and S t a t e ' s per- be given cooperatives—the organisamanent representative respectively.
tion of a coop for sororities and
At the elections held as part of the fraternities; and ( 4 ) an explanation
conference, Drooz was one of three of the marking system by the faculty
elected from New York State lis mem- to promote better
faculty-student
bers of the Executive committee.
relationships.
According to the delegates, it would
Quite a bit of work was done at
profit Slate greatly to send a good- the conference by the commission cm
sized representation to next year's pence, of which Drooz was secretary.
conference which will be held ill Vas- The commission urged discontinuance
snr, Such a move, in their opinion, of the word ' " s t r i k e " in furthering
would result ill the gain of a great peace movements; I hey defined sodeal of intercollegiate recognition, called ' ' p e a c e s t r i k e s " ; they advoespecially
in student
government cated a pence program to consist of
circles.
propaganda,
faculty
cooperation,
$2.00 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues
Hidley Announces Courses
For State Summer Session
IS DIRECTOR
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Thirty-six Members of Faculty
To be on Teaching Staff
For Six Weeks
GIVE GRADUATE WORK
Undergraduates May Enroll
For Courses To Get
Regular Credit
Mr. Clarence A. Hidley, assistant,
professor of history, has released the
schedule for this year's Summer Session, which is to begin July 6 and
continues for six weeks. This will
be Professor Hidley's second year us
Director of the Summer Session nt
Slate college.
The courses of study this year will
number over 120, taking in the fields
speakers, etc.
of commerce, economics and sociology,
The commission on Honor made
education, English, French, governseveral recommendations, which all
ment, history, Latin and Creek, 11were concerned with the establishment
brni'iniiship, mathematics and science.
of a better system than that enjoyed
Over half of these will be graduate
at most colleges.
courses, that is, those numbered over
Professor Clarence A. Hidley,
As regards the marking system, the
Annual Catalogue Lists Revisions
one-hundred in the catalogue. A large
who enters his second year as Dicommission in charge made several
In Social Science Courses
number will, ns usual, be in the field
rector of the Summer Session at
suggest ions.
They included equal
of education,
Stale College.
Extensive changes ill the 1037-1038 representation on college nll'airs by
Thirty-six regular members of (he
curriculum, as announced by Milton both ('acidly and students; the action
State college faculty will remain lo
(!, Nelson, dean, involve the grouping of faculty members in an advisory
leach in the summer school, assisted
of econiiiiiii's, Sociology, government, capacity and in general that relationby twenty-two visiting instructors who
history, and social science courses all ships be academically cooperative and
will come from colleges and schools
under the one inclusive title of social socially, informal.
all over the country.
studies.
At the recent Eastern Stales AssoState college faculty members will
be: Elizabeth D. Anderson, Blanche
A special requirement f'wr the ciation of Teacher Training InstituShultes Appoints Committees
M. Avery, Hnlph A. Heaver, Arthur
Bachelor of Science degree in Com- tions, at which Deno was chairman
For Intersorority Ball
K. Hoik, Harry Hirchonough, Donald
merce also appears in the new cata- of a discussion group on scholarship,
logue. This states that, ''beginning sliuleiils spoke mi the subjecl as reC. Bryant, Hnlph (i. Clausen, Mary E.
Final arrangements have been com
with the class of 11)41), each candi- lated lo personality, and extra-curConklin, Theliuii Eaton, Ehna T.
date shall present evidence of ait least riculnr activities. Those speaking on pleted ill securing Jolly Coburn and
Evans, William M. French, Madeline
twelve weeks experience in a business the latter stressed the point that such his orchestra fur Intersorority Ball on
F. Clilmour, William G. Hardy, Harry
ollice or a retail store or in general activities should be shared ami par- May 7, from II;00 until -"fill o'clock, W. Hastings, O, Elliott Hatfield, Marsalesmanship.
ticipated in by a great number of at the Aiirnuiil club. Jolly Coburn is garet L. Hayes, Frances E. Ilenne,
well known in this section of the James A. Hicks, Clarence A. Hidley,
Two new courses have been added students, but not lo excess.
state, having played at Riley's in
Helen C. Jnnios, E. Marion Kilpntto the sociology department: PrinSaratoga Springs. More recently, ho rick, Milton G, Nelson, dean of theciples of Sociology, and Population
has been playing in Chicago.
college; Carleton E. Power, Arlene F .
Treads.
Marion Sbultes, '37, president of
Preston, Martha C. Pritchnrd, Adna
The Government department,— now
Intersorority council, has announced W. Hisley, W. Seward Salisbury, 0.
to be called Political Science,—has
I he following committees for the ('union Smith, Domini V. Smith, Earl
been cut down to include only two
dance: general chairman, Beta Zeta; H. South, Chester J . Terrill, Harrison
courses: Contemporary Political Inmusic. Comma Kappa I'lii; decora- M. Terwilliger, Dork V. Tieszen,
Today's assembly will be devoted
stitutions, and American Government.
tions, 1'si (imiiiun; Mowers, Knppn Adam A. Walker and Edith 0,
The history department has been In the election of the otllcers of the Delta ; taxis, Chi Sigma Tbela ; recompletely revised. The courses as student association for the coming freshments. Pi Alpha Tnu ; programs, Wallace.
listed in the new catalogue a r c : 11
year. The 11:10 meeting will be the Eta P h i ; invitations, Alpha Epsilon
Development of Civilization; 4•Hisculmination of the activities of the Phi; arrangements. Phi Delta; chap
tory of American Culture; III History
crones, Sigma Alpha; publicity. Delta
in I he Making; I L'll-Aiicient Civiliza- candidates' campaigns under the di- Omega.
1
rection
of
the
election
commission,
tion; I L'1 Europe in tin Middle A g i s ;
The weekend program will conclude
1 L!L' Europe from the Hufornmtion to which was newly organized this year.
with sorority luncheons and house
the Close of lie French Devolution;
The debate squad left curly this
The Peace club will have charge of dances on Saturday.
I L'.'l Europe in the .Nineteenth Cen- the remainder of the program, bishop
morning to represent State college nt
tury; ILM Europe in the Twentieth Oldham will be the guest speaker and
the lil'lh annual Now York slate stu( enliiry ; III •American History ; 14-- his topic will be ' ' Youth and the
dent assembly at Syracuse.
American History; 143 -Conflict ni' the Pence Movement.'' The program will Appointment Bureau
The squad has been divided into
American States; 144•American Ada))- celebrate the National Student I'cacc
Lists Six Placements three groups to draft bills on New
tat ion under M o d e r n Industrial
week. Lilian Shapiro, president of
Six seniors and graduate students York state legislation, housing, and
Change;
145 American Itiogrnphy ; tin- Fence club is in charge of arrange
These bills will be
have secured positions during the past social reform.
130 Hoi '(instruction of the Social Stud- meiit.s.
week, Appointment bureau records brought up mid discussed in the sect< 'mi 11a iu (I tin puye -', mlII inn 3)
tional meetings to bo conducted durThe nominees for presidency a r e ; show.
Seniors securing (caching jobs a r e : ing this afternoon.
William Brudl, Warren DejiHinore,
Ida Jane Hammond, commerce at
The chairman for the general
uiiil Leslie Knox, .juniors, lirmlt has
.Marlboro; Jane Andrew, English and assembly meet ing tomorrow morning
been
secretary
of
the
debate
council
Camp Heads/to Choose
(lermiin at Draper high, Schenectady; will be elected from the delegates at
this year ami is a participant in de
Freshman Counselors bales. Dcnsmorc is associate milling and Jenn Kamerer, library nt .New the meeting lids morning, lie will
ing editor of the NKH'H, has debuted, Merlin, The grailuutes a r c : Susan preside tomorrow when the drafted
All women who wish tu act as cinin
bills will be brought before the entire
was
editor of the freshman handbook, Smith, social similes and library at
-elms at the girls' freshman camp,
assembly for adoption or rejection.
in be conducted from September 17 and nn N.S.I''.A. delegate. Knox was Clinton Heights; Kenneth Wilcox,
English at Waterloo; ti ltd (leorge If adopted, they will be recommended
prcsideiil of his freshman class, secre
In September 10, should till mil uppli
I
la lie ro ft, science, mathematics ami lo the stale legislation.
cation blanks immediately.
Plunks tarv and vice president of the student
The people on the committees who
may be obtained from either Jean association, unit an N.S.F.A. delegate. couching nt Unhurt.
Former State college students who have been drafting billH lire: state
Other candidates for the ollices are:
I'.'dgecumbe or Tlielma Miller, juniors,
Edge, Hetty have recently been plucoil for the coin
legislation, William Hradl, '3S, chairwho are eodirectors of the ' I I camp, vice president, John
llnyford, ami Duntun Tynan, sopho- ing year include: llnzol French, '33, man, John Murphy, '37, and Charor from the ollice of the dean nf
women. They must be returned to the mores; secretary, Willnrd Frament, 7lli8th grade at Potei'hoio; Jane lotte Libinnn, '38, delegates, Percy
Walter Simmons, and Henry Taylor, Doocey, '34, commerce at Lowville; Forinau, '38, and John Edge, '30,
dean's ollice by Tuesday afleriiuon.
freshmen; representative on M.A.A., Lormi Drowne, '.Ti, history and Lnlui alternates; housing, Herbert Drooz,
All women of the college are eli
Lndrnh",
John
O'Brien, at Draper high, Schenectady: Ituth
'3H, chairman, Hulh Sinovoy, '30, and
gible to apply, ami selection of the Joseph
Thomas
Hynn,
juniors,
mid
Julius Morris, 'lid, mathematics at Clinton Lester
Kubill, delegates,
Jeanne
twenty girls who are considered most
llershkiiwitz, '30. The elections to Heights; Peryl Whipple, '3(1, social Chrisler, '30, alternate; and social resuitable will be made by personal in
the post of sougleader and cheerleader studies at Amsterdam; Frances llani- form, Lillian Shapiro, '37, chairman,
lervie'.v next week. A chart arriing
uiersley, '34, Latin, French and Eng- Robert Benedict, '37, Lizette Parshal,
ing u schedule for the interviews will will take place after class results are
lish at Coeylimns; Jeanne Humphrey, '38, delegates, and Gar Arthur, '38,
he posted on the main bulletin board. announced.
'30, library science ut Eudicott.
and Joseph Leesc, '30, alternates.
Announce Changes
In Fall Curriculum
Jolly Coburn Will
Play At May Dance
Today's Assembly
To Elect Officers
Debate Delegates
Attend Conference
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