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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1937
Page 4
Names Committees
Enthusiastic Debaters Return
Juniors Will Have
From Syracuse Conference For Sorority Dances
Banquet Thursday
K a t h a r i n e Conklin I s C h a i r m a n ;
Cox Will Be T o a s t m a s t e r
The class of 1938 will conduct its
b a n q u e t in the college cafeteria in
Husted hull at 5:30 o'clock on Thursday, May 20. Following the banquet
will come junior song practice for
t h e Moving-Up Day sing. Katharine
Conklin is general chairman anil
Richard Cox will be toastmaster.
T h e committees assisting the chairman are: publicity, Anne Olsscn and
Elda T i m m ; tickets, Lawrence Bennett and Edward Reynolds; decorations, Marion Caborn anil Ursula
T e t r a u l t ; menus, Elizabeth Kelso;
arrangements, Helen Williams; faculty, Florence Nelbach and Marjorie
Crist; entertainment, Jean Lichenstein; waiters, John O'Brien.
Appointment Bureau
Names Placement*
The Appointment bureau has announced the placement of seven
seniors, two graduate students and
six former State students.
The seniors placed are: Edmond
Erwin, science at Fort Ann; Isabel
Davidge, English and library at
Sacketts Harbor; Edgar Warren, social studies and Latin at Westford;
Frances McVeigh. English anil library at Red Hook; Helen Emerick,
commerce at Holland P a t e n t ; Alma
Snyder, library, science and English
at Fleischmanns, and Harry Wheeler,
commerce at Evans Mills. The graduates placed are: Eloise Barnard,
library science at Delmar; anil Maxine Whittemore, commerce at Wayland.
Former State students receiving
positions a r e : Maxinc Tut ion. '33,
Latin and French at Port Byron;
Irving McConnell, '31. science at
Cambridge; Muriel Denton. '34, library science at Pearl River; Sebastian Albrecht, '30, commerce and
coaching at Farmingdale; Frances
Mollicone, '3n. library science at Ballston Spa; Fay Blum, '30, social
studies at Copenhagen.
Members of the varsity debate
squad who attended t h e annual intercollegiate conference at Syracuse,
April 23-24, returned enthusiastic
about a profitable and interesting
trip to the university.
At 11:00 o'clock on Friday morning, delegates from the visiting colleges assembled in Marshall auditorium where they were called to
order by last year's speaker. Election for assembly officers and explanations of details followed.
Before lunch there were preliminary meetings of the three committees to draft bills on uni-cameral
legislation, housing, and social reforms. The members of each group
elected a secretary and chairman, and
representatives of the various colleges
distributed the bills drawn up by
I hem in their respective committee
meetings.
After lunch, the committees considered the bills anil voted on the
Add Two To Dean's List
Two additional unities have been
added to the dean's list for the first
semester, according to Elizabeth Van
Denburgh, registrar. They a r e : Ruth
Mallocli, '37, and Benedict Hall, '38.
draft to be presented for amendment
or adoption in general assembly.
After formal business the delegates
enjoyed a dinner dunce at the Drumtins country club.
The final assembly met, at 10:00
o'clock Saturday with Mr. Cox from
Syracuse as chairman. The bill proposing a uni-cameral legislature was
rejected and as amended favored the
present bi-cameral system with corrections. The assembly amended and
accepted the report of the commission on housing.
(Continued from page 1, column 1)
Shear,
' 3 8 ; cliaperones,
Mildred
Streifer,
' 3 0 : decorations,
Anne
Kalii'liman, '.'id; programs, Charlotte,
fox, '30; refreshments, Florence LcIilang ami lila Ktkind, juniors;
clean-up, Eve Bialcek and Cecile Pockross, freshmen.
I'hi Delta : general e h a i r in a n ,
Martha Barlow. ':I7; music, Mabel
Mathes, ','!7; refreshments, Klizalielh
Allen, ' 3 9 ; Mowers, Adeline Mercer,
':!7; transportation, Martha Mae
Smith, '37; entertainment, Esther
Smith, ','t"; invitations, Ruth Lewis,
'.SO.
Epsilon Beta P h i : general chairman, Zitn Furcy, ' 3 8 ; music, Churls
Bump, ' 3 0 ; decorations, Elinor Smalley, '37; refreshments, Helen Sheldrake, ' 3 7 ; programs, Helen Greene,
'38; clean-up, Helen Lanncn, 40.
(lamina Phi Sigma: general chairman Antoinette
Don Vito, ' 3 8 ;
music, Prances Ouhill, ' 3 8 ; refreshments, Martha Shcey, '38; cliaperones,
Katherine
Sclnneider,
'38;
clean-up, Peggy Ray. lit.
Sigma Alpha: general chairman,
Oretii Jackson, '38; music, Flora
Alexander, '37; programs, Eleanor
Klifer ami Louise Smith, freshmen;
refreshments, Ruth Hoffman, ' 3 8 ;
cliaperones, Florence Ringrose, ' 3 8 ;
decorations, Sophie Wolssok, ' 3 8 ;
clean up, Alice Bartlow, '40.
Seniors To Conclude
Annual Housing Drive
The annual drive for the alumni
housing fund will be concluded a
week from today, according lo Robert Margison, '37, chairman.
All captains should submit- a final
report of their pledges to their division leaders by that time.
The three division leaders. John
Deno, Harry Guiiiuer, and John Murphy, seniors, have reported that over
$8,000 has already been pledged.
Geo. D. Jeoney, Prop.
198-200 CENTRAL AVENUE
1200 AWAIT MOVING-UP CEREMONIES TOMORROW
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Myskania, senior honorary society, as it will appear in tapping ceremony tomorrow when the MIH7• :i.s Myxkanhi is named. Left to right: Virginia K. Sloel, Elmi Smith, John E.
Murphy, l-.'li/abelli .Morrow. Klizalielh Menry. Hubert Margison, Harry 'I'. (iilinaer, Rosemary Dickinson, Kretl I']. DeMcr. John J. Deno, Thomas Harrington, and Alice Allanl.
Drooz, Hayford, Kelly Head Tynan Will Head
Classes Prepare Ceremonies
Classes For Year 1937-38 '41 Junior Guides
Amid Rampant Speculation
Myskania Releases Elections
After Certification;
Officers Listed
Herbert Drooz, Hetty llnyf'onl, and
Lloyd Kelly will head the classes of
','IS, Mil, anil '-Id for the next year
according to certilicat ion of Hie class
0 trices ly .Mysli.'inia. made public
today.
Other ollircrs of the class of '.'IS,
a r e a s follows: vice president, Dorothy
C a i n ; secretary, < 'liristine
I let'shinier; treasurer, Kdward Reynolds;
reporter, David Smith; song leader,
Mary Ann I'niiipoiiiii; cheer leader,
Joseph La UrufV; linallce board representatives,
Florence
N'clliflch and
Charles d'aylnrd; Hill's athletic usso
ciatioa representatives, liraee Vorkey
and Ivnlherinc liolihie ; Men 's aflili'i ic
association representatives, Joseph I.a
lira IV and John U'lii ieu,
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ALL COLUMBIA STATIONS EVERY FRIDAY EVENING AT 8 3 0
E , D# T ,
Dr. Brubacher to Name
Incoming 'News' Board
Dr. A. 1{. Hrubachcr, president,
will announce tomorrow, as part
of the Moving-up Day ceremonies,
the members comprising the new
board
of
the
STATE
COLMSUE
Xr.ws. This is a departure from
the precedenl followed in previous years when the incoming
board was announced in the issue
of the N'KWS immediately preceding Moving-Dp Day.
In addition to announcing the
names of Hie editor in chief, the
managing editors, and (hose members of the business and circuit!lion departments who will lie in
the l!l.'!7 ,'is hoard,
I'residenl
linibncher will present gold keys
lo the new board members ami
a silver lley to Die senior not on
the XliW.s board, who has done
I lie most for the college paper.
Captains Plan Reorganization
Of Orientation P r o g r a m
For Freshmen
The Junior Guide system of freshman orientation has been completely
reorganized, according to the recent
annouiieeiuent of Dean Helen Jinll
Morcluud.
The Cornier system included each freshman's having a
junior sister or brother, and a faculty
advisor. The new plan, as set up by
Miss Moreland, Klizabeth Appeldoorn.
MS, hist year's Junior Guide chairman, and Duutan Tynan, \')0, this
year's chairman, will provide fur
belter cooperation between the faculty
advisors and the freshmen.
Knch member of the faculty who
has accepted the invitation lo act as
an advisor will work in conjunction
uilh one of die thirty-eight junior
captains, who will, in turn, be assisted
by one junior and one sophomore aide.
The individual groups of four will
each lake charge of cighl freshmen.
It will be the duly of Hie llppercl.'lssmen lo act as a connecting link be
Officers assisting Hilly llayl'ord,
| ( H i m Die faculty ami the freshmen.
president iif tin class of '.'III are,
i The inclusion of soplioinori assistants
Interfiaternity
Group
vice president, Christine Adcs; secrewill make the system self pel pel ual
Names Trehanon Head j ing
tary, Carolyn
Mnllieo;
treasurer,
in I hill the sophomores will be
I ioi'ilnll To bin i ; reporter, Keginn
Alfred Trehanon '.'is, will succeed able tu carry on the work the follow
Mlll'pliy; sung lender. Margaret Mnl
Hied Stunt, '.'17, as president of ing year.
I ismi ; cheer leudei, M in iel I III i v ; I litel I'inlei n i l y council fur I lie coining
The list of faculty advisors in
linance board repicsi iitutivi s., rlinrles
II ur.
eludes; Miss lilnm he M. Avery, Dr.
Hrnnklin and . h a i r Mawm-li ; liiil's
The council is composed of three I Italph Heaver, Dr. Thomas (1. Hergin,
ill hlel ie ussm-ial mi
n |i|'eselllnt i\ es,
[ mouthers from (lam ma ' 'ha pier ol Miss Margaret Hot/., Mr Haul Hulger,
Holla Dohin and Jinn Hnluu-i ; Men 's
Kappa Delia Who and Hie Kdward | Miss Mary !•:, Cobb. Dr. ('uridine
athlelii
nsMieintioii i cpreaeutut i\ es,
I Idled IVlier Club, and I he presi
I'ruiisdnlo, Miss M. Annelte Dobbin,
(leorge Ainyol iilld Julius I lershknwilz,
d i m y is held alternately by ellcll. The Dr. Howard Doliell, Mrs. Murllui
Other nlli.-ers I'm lilt class of 'III
repreheiilatiu's id' Kappa Delia Kim j Kgglcstmi, Miss Khun Kvnus, [Jr.
are \ in pi. s'nlenl, Kiln Sullivun ;
ate:
Trehanon, Warren Delisniore, Hubert Frederick, Dr. William Kivu h,
seerelnry, Ifilby Slovwilt; treasurer,
junior.-,, and John Kdgo, '.'III. The 1 Miss Agues Kuttei'er, Miss Madeline
Itnsvwll Kairbiiuk ; reporter, Marcia
it'pn sontutives from the Kdward I'd
l i i l i u u u r , and Dr. M a l i c (Ireeii.
Hroun; >ong lender. Mary Tiuviiur;
died Holler club a i e : Kichard Cox,
Mr.
William
H a r d y , Mr.
KTIi.il
cheer lenders, .Marinii Kiugsley and
; Herbert I Iron/., juniors, and Bernard j llalliehl, Dr. James Hicks, Miss Mar '
(lordoii I'eiiltiei ropresellliitive lo
(ialViiev, Mil.
j garel Hitchcock, Miss Helen James,
linance boni d, John IJvun ; (lit'l 's
This council regulates the rushing Mi-,-, D. A n t o i n e t t e Johnson, Miss
athletic nssoci.'il ion representatives,
of freshmen and sponsors the fall In
Isabelle Johnston, Miss Marion Kil
Marjorie Haird ami Virginia Mil
The council patrieli, Miss Kirkpntrirk, Miss Kes
chell | Men's nlhlel ic associal ion repre- i terf ralei nily fornial.
sentatives,
Wilhud
Flu 111 c III mnl was organized last year and func- I IT, Miss Kunice I'erine, Miss Arleue
tioned during rush period for the Ill's! I'roslon, Miss Martha I'ritchard, Miss
James Uuilili,
lime this year.
{Continual on pai/e 4, minimi 1)
IS GRAND MARSHAL
Frosh and Sophs Meet in
Interclass Events Tonight
To Open Weekend
Traditional ceremonies and events
of State college will be the order
of the day tomorrow, when the various classes move up.
Opening features will be the athletic events tonight at (i:,'!0 o'clock,
and the morning ceremonies at 8:00
o'clock tomorrow. The climax of the
holiday will come with the moving
up of I he classes under the direction
of William Young, \I7, grand marshal, and the • ' l a p p i n g " of the new
Myskania.
Speculation, as to the new Myskania, now rampant throughout the
school, will rise si ill higher tomorrow when each member of the body
silently and solemnly advances lo the
seat of a lucky one, and announces
his name.
The number of members on Myskania may vary from seven to
j thiiteeu. The present Myskania is
William Young, ':I7. Hi and
comprised of twelve members, an
Marshal fur Mining up Day. who
,' average number.
will direct the march "I the
The
Mining I'p
Day program
iliis~es loniorrow.
starts tonight at (DUO o'clock, with
a pushball game between the freshmen and sophomore men, This will
be followed by a series of truck
Classes to Assemble
events for the vvunieii of Hie same
In Appointed Places classes.
I'.'xereises proper will begin at H:ll(l
I lespile the protests of thosi n r u n
o'clock tomorrow, when tin- four
Willies who believe llint a holiday classes line up and proceed to I'ago
should begin uilh a good Illuming '* auditorium. There the Alum Muter
sleep, Mm ing up I lay »ill begin at will be sane., led by Kloise Shearer,
s;iiu o'clock tomorrow morning when
'.'17, studeiil association song leader.
the classes will line up preparatory to
Hollow ing this a welcome will be extended to the various classes, as well
oinineiiciiig Hie day's festivities.
as to those visitors present,
William Voting, '.'17, grand mar
The class speakers will then mlglial, has announced the lineup. The
dress
the student body. They are
seniors will meet al the We.sl dun ;
respectively, John Murphy, '37; Warof Draper, facing west; the junior*
ren Dcnsninrc, ','IH; Leonard I'Viedat the east door of Ililsled; the sophn
lander, '.'111; and Hita Sullivan, '-10,
mores near the Annex, and the fresh
Following the speakers will bo 11(0
men in Diaper hall near the Coop, presentation of the new members of
facing west.
(Continued »/i page 3, column 2)
Page 2
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1937
State College News
Evening of Song Will Culminate
Moving'Up Program Tomorrow State's Coronation Day
K i t i b l l i h e d by t h e Clans of 1918
The undergraduate Newspaper of New York State
College for Teacrera
Published every Friday of t h e college year by the N E W S
Board representing the Student Association
Telephones:
Office, 5-0373; Dexter, 2-4314; Oumaer,
2-0424; Seld, 2-1)701; Gaylord, 2-4314
Emitted
*t ttcond CUII milter
in Ike Albemy, K. Y.,
fittfice
T H E N E W S BOARD
F R E D E . DKXTEE
H A R R Y T. G U M A E R
W A R R E N I. DENSMORB
DAVID B. SMITH
S O P H I E WOLZOK
Associate
Associate
Associate
L A U R I T A S E I j)
Editor-in-Chief
Managing
Editor
Managing
Editor
Managing
Editor
Managing
Editor
Business
C H A R L E S W. GATLOBD
MILDRED E. NIOHTINQALE
Manager
Advertising
Circulation
Manager
Manager
THE N E W S STAFF
C H A R L E S N. MORRIS
H E L E N CLYDE
Women's
Sophomore
Desk
8ports
Sports
Editors
Charles E t t i n g e r , Robert H e r t w i g , E d g a r
J e a n Strong, Charles Walsh
Associate
Editor
Editor
O'Hora,
Editors
E l i z a b e t h Gooding, M a r y L a m , Robert M a r g i s o n ,
V i r g i n i a Stoel, s e n i o r s ; Muriel Goldberg,,
Ramona V a n W i e , juniors
Assistant
Sports
Editors
Charles Franklin, W i l l i a m R y a n , Clement Wolff
Business
Staff
B u s i n e s s , Grace Castiglione, R o l a n d W a t e r m a n ; advert i s i n g , J o a n B y r o n , Gordon T a b n e r ; circulation,
V i c t o r i a Bilzi, M a r g a r e t H o r a , J u n e P a l m e r
A f t e r a n e v e n i n g a n d a d n y of
M y s k a n i a - t a p p l n g , frosh-soph battles,
s t u n t s , awards, s p e e c h e s ,
parading
a n d i v y - p l a n t i n g , music will be g i v e n
an o p p o r t u n i t y to work its soothing
influences u p o n t h e s h a t t e r e d n e r v e s
of .State t o m o r r o w n i g h t a t 7 : 3 0 w h e n
(lie e v e n i n g p r o g r a m of M o v i n g - u p
D a y is i n a u g u r a t e d w i t h t h e t r a d i t i o n a l " s t e p s i n g " on t h e s t e p s of
D r a p e r hall.
I t will b e t h e f o u r t h
and last for t h e " g r a n d old s e n i o r s " ,
who will r e a l i z e a s t h e s t r a i n s of
" G r e a t F i r e s " die a w a y t h a t t h e y
h a v e r e a c h e d t h e end of t h e i r college
careers.
Statesman
For
prepare
.
BY BOYD
PRINTINO
Co.,
INC., ALBANY,
N.
Y.
Exit the 1937 Board
With this issue of the STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
the members of the class of 1937 hand clown
their journalistic duties to the incoming members of the class of 1938. At some time or other
the popular comment may have been that relief
from these duties would be welcome, but at this
time when the parting becomes imminent and
unavoidable, there is a conspicuous absence of
such sentiment. Such a parting is too permanent to be taken lightly.
Fortunately or unfortunately the outgoing
board is unable at this time to congratulate its
successors in person for the coming year; the
opportunity to do this comes tomorrow as a part
of congratulatory program of Moving-up Day.
However, at this time a wish for a most successful and progressive year may rightly be our
parting gesture, and at the same time there can
be no more significant an expression of our respect to the incoming board, columnists and contributors to our NEWS, than to say that we have
no end of confidence in them and their ability to
duplicate if not improve what has preceded
them.
•May our successes and contributions to a
better State life as well as our failures to come
up to the expectations of our critics serve as
challenges to a progressive group—'37 to '3H,
People Don't Forget
Richmond II. Kirtland served on State's
faculty for some twenty-five years, He was
chairman of the English department, then a
member of the education department. The
class of 11)37 knew him as the satjc of Kd It,
orientation course for freshmen under the old
requirements.
Students didn't always agree with .Mr. Kirtland. They weren't always sure that his course
was much more than a hull session of curriculum status. Vet they usually liked him, ami
respected his opinion. Kor lii-^ courses opened
up discussion that was real orientation for living, if not too specifically for teaching.
The senior class, the only remaining group
in college that knew him, has appointed a committee to secure a plaque in Richmond Kirtland's bono/', to he placed in the Ilawley
library. The plaque will be simple, we understand, and there could be no more tilling me
inorial. Kirtland takes his place among the
servants of State, but his memory will he more
than on metal to many people,
gossip.
poor,
will p u s h
rehashed
well-
our pencil
Jack
many
caused
.
.
from
. Carol
startled
. . . well, y o u c a n ' t
and
glances
b l a m e h i m if h e
the
black-robed
twelve
were
present
with s u r p r i s e d a t e s , while some
conspicuous
Could
by
B.P.I,
their
have
with i t ? . . . s o r r y
were
absence.
. . .
anything
to
do
if we M y s k - a n i a
of y o u in o u r c o m m e n t a r y . . . on t o
more recent events.
H o w m a n y t i m i d souls were s c a r e d
a w a y f r o m t h e A c t i v i t i e s oflice by t h e
c r e p e p a p e r d e c o r a t i o n s last T u e s d a y
a f t e r n o o n ' ! . . . we 've been told t h e y
were in h o n o r of ( I ) D e n e ' s b i r t h day,
(2)
the coronation, ( 3 ) the
seniors without teaching jobs, a n d ( 4 )
M o v i n g - u p d a y . . . c a n ' t you p e o p l e
g e t t o g e t h e r on y o u r s t o r i e s ? . . , besides, d e c o r a t i o n s a r e " t h e s o r t of
thing janitors object t o " — o r d i d n ' t
you know'!
The British Kmpire has ils Coronation D a y ; S l a t e
College h a s i t s M o v i n g - u p D a y . In i t s own s m a l l e r w a y ,
M o v i n g - u p D a y e m b o d i e s a s much t r a d i t i o n a n d s p l e n d o r
as t h e C o r o n a t i o n .
F o r us t h e r e will be a s much
p a g e a n t r y a m i s p e c t a c l e o n t o m o r r o w t h e twenty-first d a y
of M a y a s t h e r e w a s for t h e B r i t i s h on W e d n e s d a y , M a y
twelfth.
T h e l o r d s a n d n o b l e s will p a s s ia procession —
each r o b e d a c c o r d i n g t o his r a n k .
B u t h e r e , r a n k is
d e t e r m i n e d — n o t by h e r i t a g e — b u t b y t h e n u m b e r of y e a r s
of c i t i z e n s h i p . T h e s e n i o r s , h i g h e s t in r a n k , will m a r c h
slowly, m a j e s t i c a l l y a l o n g , r o b e d in s o m b e r b l a c k . T h e
j u n i o r s , in blue, will t r i p m e r r i l y a l o n g to t h e t u p p i n g
of m a n y c a n e s .
T h e s o p h o m o r e s r e s p l e n d e n t in g r e e n
will follow in t h e f o o t s t e p s of t h e o t h e r s , a n d I h e
f r e s h m e n , in t h e i r yellow a n d w h i t e will follow, g a i l y ,
r e j o i c i n g t h a t t h e i r y e a r of s l a v e r y is over, a n d ia a
g l e e f u l o u t b u r s t will r u n t h e i r s n a k e d a n c e t h r o u g h t h e
front door of D r a p e r hall c o m p l e t i n g t h e m a r c h of t h e
peers.
Since we've already invaded the
Lion's
p r i v a c y , a n d since o u r o w n
p r i v a c y is i n v a d e d in t h i s last issue,
we'll c o p y t h e Lion's
" H o n ! Soit Qui
Mai Y D e n s e " p a g e , a n d p a s s on a
few
choice
quotations—"Children
c a n n o t be e x c u s e d from school f o r
m a r r i a g e s or o t h e r illegal r e a s o n s " —
Miss H a y e s — W h e n P r o f e s s o r W a l k e r
asked his e c o n o m i c s class t h e c o r r e c t
terminology
for m a r r i a g e
between
coii]des u n d e r legal a g e , Klton M u r phy p i p e d o u t , " W h i t e s l a v e r y " . . .
a n d when H a r d i n e y e r a n d B u s h y wvvf
asked t h e r e a s o n for t h e i r a p p e a r ance last w e e k e n d they r e p l i e d , " W e
t h o u g h t it w a s M o v i n g ip D a y " —
some people j u s t a r e a 'I very quick,
H a v e you been u r g e d to j o i n t h e
" C e n t r a l Avenue Business Improvement A s s o c i a t i o n " as y e t ? . . . dues
of Iwo b u c k s a r e p a y a b l e to a n y of
Ihe m e m b e r s y o u t r u s t — ( Q . K . I ) . N o n e
will be p a i d in t h a t e a s e . ) . . . we
h e a r t h a t t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n was f o r m e d
in honor of t h e t w o male d i n n e i
g u e s t s at t h e d o r m last
Thursday.
. . . W h a t , an i n v a s i o n ' ' . , . a n d w e ' v e
been s n i c k e r i n g a l l week at t h e red
faced
Romeo w h o will a t t e n d Ihe
S a t u r d a y n i g h t s w i n g session
with
Ihe g i r l with t h e d r e a m y eyes , . .
you m a y now blush p r o f u s e l y for us.
Goi'die.
And
still
.slopped
out
on
dial
lo
prove
dunce.
Walsh
Ihe old
adage
im blondes . . . a n d F i n s t e r
t he p e r e n n i a l
On t h i s d a y , M y s k a a i a will walk s l o w l y — a n d t a p t h e i r
s u c c e s s o r s with h e a r t r e n d i n g s u s p e n s e .
Many juniors
h a v e w o r k e d for t h r e e y e a r s t h a t t h e y m a y h e a r [heir
n a m e s s o n o r o u s l y p r o n o u n c e d on t h i s d a y of d a y s .
M e m b e r s h i p in b o a r d s a n d o r g a n i z a t i o n s will be an
n o u n c e d , a m i a select few will r e c e i v e t h e a c c l a i m of
the multitude.
C l a s s s p e e c h e s will be g i v e n , a m i Ihe
s e n i o r s will p l a n t I he ivy.
L a t e r , in t h e a f t e r n o o n , t h e c l a s s s t u n t s will claim
t h e a t t e n t i o n of a l l , a n d t h e a t m o s p h e r e will c h a n g e
from one of s t a r k d r a m a t o one of m e r r i m e n t .
But
the
even t h i s d a y m u s t
stunts.
of
a
With
year
Uproar
that
of
another
ing
us
in
M o v i n g up
teell,
l i o n o f t h i s Week
lias en 't
place
your
a n y other.
revelry,
and
must
anil
the
and
be
we
see
how
Ihe Mlatesman
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(his
imw
bleak
our identity
who
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will
one I h i n g
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will
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astray
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art.
might
leading
seemed
I M i,lie
I"
III
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fawil
ihe odds
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willing
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of
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above
bill
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you
of
wire
Mloel,
year
of
live l o niie o d d s on Deno,
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dies n
consensus
plan
other,
column
he . . . \i e
mij
son,
the
in
Murgi
Dcnsinoii-
we ' r e n o n e
Ihe help
; i n , | revising
of
Dexter,
a dark
has m a n a g e d
New
of
bow
i.in
by
bor.se
a
no-o
. . . N o w , a.-, He l a k e
a m i i n n to hide,
through
Gumaer
and
the year
Ihe j u n i o r
of
o f the
editing
win
will
will
And a good
comes
the end
cheer,
but
'he
be m o r e j o y o u s
closes
e x h i b i t inns
time
on
of
a
than
note
of
in
the
style
w a s h a d by a l l .
By K a t h l e e n
Strevell
In
Addiie.it.HI.
Heaven,
Richard
New
i.nk:
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i / ' , , , n ill
Hut
in
ll<< I •• •'!! I
and
lo
whal
a
our tinal
we a d m i t
thai
i w ith tie- exception
ami sophomore
«;i • il
i n t h a t d a w n l o be a l i i e.
t o l „ - \ iiiiuy: w a - \ c r y Ilea t e l l . "
WonUuoiih
( h i i - ' \ <. 11111 m i g h t
lil-
f u r l line deall
I he b o o k .
issifsi
we I n n e been n o n e o l h e r t h a n
Af,nes T o r r e n s ,
a I in., " t h e M a n of S t a t e " .
I lull
of
dnu n
lo
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a
ihi'-lol
a ml a
n nney
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I.,
I hi i -
i m
,ibo,il
Ihe
n
lose-,
forced
in
giie-
bed b i l l
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length ami w i l h
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family '.
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s e i l u '• a n d s i i h - c i p i e n i !y m a n y
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l o - l , l \ III
I he I- - l i p p o - r , |
l o r her
lo
money.
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I'm
I h e i n - . - h e-
The
a
building
compelling
bill
ol
hook
I h e p l o l I - not
( hi i - ' c W e i i - B i
own
life
author,
pi'nhuhh
a
in
inemoialile
and
the cllcrl
Though
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hiniine
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one
lulled
lo hi- heart;
philo-opln
h i - - I n n . bill
i-
a nl n i g - a b o u t
ha-
lint
of
( lirr-'
m i l l l e i m g - o n | he n i b j e e l
lime
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life
lite,
ami
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wilh
i n g e l i d a l a m i In -
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liken
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line
( hi i-.
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o n e p i l l po-.e
of
expounding
leini'inbei-
o w n - o m e l iine.-
of liiui-eh .
him
wmiilei-
impatient
I o a. e o i u p b - h
miimdy
upon
a different
one -oincl iiiioi
ami
I n 11 l*i •.
I Inn
in,ihe-
d e n t A. It. B r u b a c k e r , M r . ( ' l a i c
l l i d l e y , a n d Dr. Domini V. S m i t h , in
a p p r e c i a t i o n of t h e i r
interest and
work in M . A . A . since i t s o r g a n i z a
l i o n ; M r . W i l l i a m G. H a r d y , who h a s
a b l y coached t h e t e n n i s s i p i m l s ; Hera l d A m y n t , '.'H>, who w a s P r e s i d e n t
of M . A . A . a n d c a p t a i n of b a s e b a l l
in ".Hi: G e o r g e B a n c r o f t , '.'!7, c a p
t a i n of b a s k e t b a l l in '.'Mi; T o m m y
H a r r i n g t o n , '.'17, p r e s i d e n t of M . A . A .
for t h e past y e a r ; J o h n n y Ityan, '.'!7,
a n d Dick M a r g i s o n , '.'17, who were
co c a p t a i n s of last season 's basket
ball sipiail; a n d J o h n n y <'alien, '.'17,
c a p t a i n of b a s e b a l l .
In behalf of M . A . A . a m i i t s memb e r s , Coach Hatfield p r e s e n t e d H e r a l d
A n n u l , ':ili, with a gold m e d a l I'm- his
work in M.A.A. last y e a r , a n d T o m m y
Harrington,
'.17, t h i s y e a r ' s
presi
d e n t , w a s g i v e n a gold b a s k e t b a l l ,
T o m m y Ifyan, ','IH, w a s p r o c l a i m e d
pilot of S t a t e ' s h a s k e l e e r s for t h e i r
l!),'!7 :is. c a m p a i g n by Coach l l a t l i e l d .
Harold
llayiu-s.
'.'is, will
succeed
IMilie R e y n o l d s , Ms, a s c a p t a i n of
I In- cross count rv sipiad.
J o h n n y <) 'Brieii, ' : ; \ who h a - I.ecu
\ h e p r e s i d e n t of M.A.A. I'm' Ihe past
y e a r , was selected a s presi.leal I'm
next y e a r ,
( l e o r g e Amyof, '.'Sib who
ha.s been t w ice selected a s rcpi'esi ula
live on M.A.A. by Ihe suphoi
class,
w a s chosen
\ ice president ;
• • D u k e ' ' I l e r s h k o w i i z , win, h a - like
wise
been d e l e g a t e d
class
twice,
was
Jimmy
b y I he s n p l
elected
tjiiiun,
re
treasurer;
outstanding
I.a-
ki'lcer mi t h e frosh s q u a d t h i s p a - l
s e a s o n , was cliosea s e d e l a r y ,
Tin- b a n q u e t c a m . to a elo-c wilh
g r o u p - i n g i u g |,-,| I,, poll Toi-ivu-, Mil.
'39 and '40 Stage
Rivalry Tilt Today
veheiueii'-e
-Jomo-
hi-, being
F o l l o w i n g t h e p r e s e n t a t i o n of these
awards
Coach
I Lit Held
then
pre
s e a t e d life passes which e n t i t l e the
b o l d e r t o free a d m i s s i o n to all f u t u r e
a t h l e t i c c o n t e s t s at S t a t e to I'resi
Tennis
Track
Tussles
(Inl-
incoherent
Once a g a i n I In- ancient a i l ..I
pilshballilig
lece'n es lint io.
. •
Ihe
sophomore
ami
In -
i
-.pools c a r r y t heir colors m l , , I In
fracas.
The freshmen a r c g r i l l log I l u l l
I' .a li
In
gel
necessary
to
bunks
aiol
up
the
I n n en ' I
If
figures
they
a chance
I his year,
since
thai
many
points
win,
they
are
but
must
niug,
s i n g a n d skit
Tho
MM
'.OHIO
chance In bleak
rhiilry
Weekend.
eliduri
through
bruises.
« i l l he l l i e i r l i i ' s l
into
Ihe
wade
<<i
lose
lo
win
I here
.-till
hit.
in
obtain
lie
il,
they
11\ a i r y
w o n 'I
be
If
tiny
the
run
both
prize* lo w i n .
ihe
A match scheduled with U.P.I.
last
Saturday was rained out
n e c e s s i t a t i n g a p o s t p o n e m e n t , of
their match until some later d a t e .
T h e m a t c h with H a r t w i c k t o m o r r o w wall m a k e it a " d o u b l e
d e c k e r " in S t a t e ' s s p o r t s schedule, a n d t h e m a t c h will also m a r k
t h e t h i r d s p o r t S t a t e lias in common
with
Hartwick,
having
b r o k e n even with H a r t w i c k in
basketball and meeting their basehall s q u a d on t h e B e n v e r w y e k
diamond this afternoon.
I n t h e i r last m a t c h t h e T e a c h ers d r o p p e d a close 5-4 decision
to
Drew,
losing
two
double
m a t c h e s while c l a i m i n g only o n e ,
a m i b r e a k i n g even with t h e i r a d v e r s a r i e s in t h e s i n g l e s ,
each
team taking three matches.
in t h e singles H a r o l d C a l m ,
No. 1 m a n , Will F r a m e n t , N o . U
racipieteer, and C a p t a i n
Harry
Wheeler
captured
points
for
s t a l e , while Will F r a m e n t a n d
(leorge Pierson g a t h e r e d tallies
I'm' t h e T e a c h e r s in t h e d o u b l e s .
C. F. F.
We w o n d e r if t h e r e is s o m e t h i n g
about tennis and K.l'.l. t h a t j u s t
can't m i x . A w e e k a g o T u e s d a y , t h e
match was postponed t o last S a t u r day,
S a t u r d a y c a m e a n d w i t h it,
rain, s o g g i n g u p t h e h o p e s of o u r
rncipietecrs, who w a n t e d to r e i t e r a t e
Ihe b e a t i n g a l r e a d y g i v e n t o t h e
doughty engineers by our own worthy
baseball nine.
T h o u g h t s of t h e c o m i n g t r a c k m e e t
t h i s S a t u r d a y h a s led s e v e r a l of o u r
m o r e i n t e l l e c t u a l a t h l e t e s to t h i n k in
another direction, n a m e l y — w h y not
p u t t r a c k t e a m s on a v a r s i t y b a s i s
at S t a t e ?
S u c h a t e a m would n o t
d e m a n d a n y of t h e s u p e r i o r b u i l d s
which a h e a v i e r s p o r t , s u c h a s f o o t ball, r e q u i r e s — n o r w o u l d it d e m a n d
a g r e a t d e a l of e q u i p m e n t .
A pair
of s h o r t s , a s h i r t , r u n n i n g s h o e s a n d
s o m e t h i n g t o r u n in t h e m a r e t h e
prime necessities.
There are other things, however,
to he c o n s i d e r e d . A Held s u i t a b l e for
p r a c t i c e is mil at h a n d n o r o n e t o
which n l h e r colleges m a y be i n v i t e d .
Meets m a y , of c o u r s e , be held on o u r
opponent-' g r o u n d s , a l t h o u g h such a n
a r r a n g e m e n t would n o t e x a c t l y [dace
us at a n a d v a n t a g e .
Then, t o o , would
t h e r e he e n o u g h i n t e r e s t t o s u p p o r t
such a n a c t i v i t y ' !
T r u e , t h e r e will
p r o b i i b h he e n o u g h s p i r i t e x h i b i t e d
in t h e Hleeckel' a r e n a S a t u r d a y . W e
w o n d e r if such i n t e r e s t could be d e veloped t o a n i n t e r c o l l e g i a t e level.
P u s h b a l l c o n t e s t s a r e j u s t about a s
r i s k y to p r e d i c t a s f o o t b a l l g a m e s .
In o t h e r w o r d s w h e n y o u h a v e a
strong team such a s the sophomores
h a v e placed in t h e field in p r e v i o u s
s t r u g g l e s , a n d w h i c h h a s w o n a s consistently as they have, wagers just
aren't made.
However, we feel like p r o g n o s t i c a t ing.
I t ' - t h e s o p h s a n d by a t o p heavy
- c o l e at t h a t :
Il h a s all
t h e risk
of a n i m a g i n a r y
Notre
Dame l l l ' l g r i d i r o n t u s s l e .
W e wish t o e x t e n d c o n g r a t u l a t i o n s
to a l l t h e r e c e i v e r s of l a u r e l s a t t h e
banquet
yesterday.
Space
forbids
us to laud y o u a l l i n d i v i d u a l l y , b u t
take this a s a b l a n k e t c o n g r a t u l a t i o n .
Also, o r c h i d s t o M.A.A. . . . for t h e
b a n q u e t itself . . . for t h e e x c e l l e n t
p r o g r a m of Hie b a n q u e t . . . for t h e
wisdom of i l s choice in o u r n e x t
year's leaders.
Spring Season
Camp Johnston
Archery Tournament
H. C.
S a t u r d a y t h e g a n g will pile out lo
( ' a m p J o h n s t o n to r e c u p e r a t e
from
M o v i n g - u p D a y . Tlielma M i l l e r , ','SK,
is
general
chair nan.
Committees
a s s i s t i n g her a r e ; a s s i s t a n t c h a i r m a n ,
.lean K d g e c u m b e , '.'18, p u b l i c i t y , K i t a
S u l l i v a n , ' 1 0 , Kllen Best. '4(1, Lucy
K i n g , ' 1 0 , L l i z a b e l h Allen, '.'III, anil
J u n e P a l m e r , ','ltl; fund,
Katherine
Conklin,
'.'!«,
Kthel
Little,
'.'IH,
C h r i s t i n e A d e s , ' 3 9 , Delia D o l a u , 'ill),
an I M.II m a Lawless, ' . I s ; t r a n s p o r t a t i o n , M a r i o n Rockefeller, 'HI), C h a r l o t t e Peck, MS, D o r o t h y
MacLenn,
'UP a n d Ruth S h o e m a k e r , '.'IS; f a c u l t y ,
Christine
Dershiiuer,
'.'i,H,
Helen
Dowry,
'.!!l. Ruth S a x b y ,
'.'III a n d
M a r i e Met/., ' i n .
Some
dny
people
while
night,
day
for
i C M ' IIIIII
il
fi'im
/iiii/i
1, I'liliiinii
by
Dr.
presintali
,M,,ir|)|
Kilni
l.-r
f
.,,,,,
prizes;
Ihe
-I
I'm
Kisloy;
debate,
hll,in|
the K d w a r d
lie
I.nm
.vs.
,hi
Khlrcl
Pol
kl
I he m a I I w h o h a s d o n e
Mali-
awards.
Ihe
W.
the
,,,.,,„
aw a | . | l o i
a t h l e l i,
A.
senior
college;
ail.I
the
A fter
this
presenla
class
will
sing
al farewell
spend
will
remain
leave
early
and return
details
Satur-
in Ihe a f t e r
board
will
al
Kvonnnc
archery
tout'llM-
:;: lo to 5:11(1 o'clock
a l l i iiioon
and
be a n
is
winners
I In- . a n n u a l
Ihe
dormitory
invited
will
to
receive
Intramural athletics are rounding
o u t a s t h e s e m e s t e r closes. T h e " 2 1 "
c o n t e s t h a s b e c o m e n t h i n g of t h e
p a s t , while S o f t b a l l a n d golf c o n t i n u e
to hold s w a y .
T h e " 2 1 " c o n t e s t w a s e n d e d last
week, when M i r a n d a , ' 3 8 , d e f e a t e d
G e o r g e B a n c r o f t b y a 2-0 score, T h i s
win a u t o m a t i c a l l y places M i r a n d a in
( h e p o s i t i o n of c h a m p i o n
set-shot
basketecr at S t a t e .
T h e Golf t o u r n a m e n t is m o v i n g on,
under
the guidance
of
"Duke"
llershkowitz.
B a d w e a t h e r h a s held
up
this contest
considerably, the
spring rains s o g g i n g u p t h e greensw a r d s of t h e g o l f l i n k s t o a slow
condition.
All g a m e s , however, must
be c o m p l e t e d b y next S a t u r d a y .
Two men, Ilershkowiiz a n d D'Agost i n o have e n t e r e d t h e t h i r d r o u n d ,
and are wailing for the completion
of t h e r o u n d s b e f o r e t h e m b e f o r e t h e y
again swing into action.
I n t e r e s t in t h e i n t e r c l a s s Softball
league s e e m s t o be a n y t h i n g b u t r a m
pant, as two games
which
were
scheduled failed t o t a k e p l a c e because of lack nf p l a y e r s .
On M a y
12, t h e s o p h o m o r e s r a n a w a y a h e a d
of t h e f r e s h m e n , d e f e a t i n g t h e m wdtli
a s c o r e of 21-4. T h e f r e s h m e n s t a r t e d
t h i n g s oil' in t h e first i n n i n g , d r i v i n g
in a c o u p l e of r u n s , b u t c o u l d n ' t
seem to c o n n e c t a f t e r t h a t . T h e g a m e
between the seniors a n d the juniors
w a s t a k e n b y t h e w e a r e r s of t h e r e d ,
by f o r f e i t of t h e j u n i o r s , who j u s t
weren 't r e p r e s e n t e d b y p l a y e r s .
M a y 111, T u e s d a y , s a w Hie sophom o r e s f o r g e out a h e a d a g a i n , d e f e a t ing the seniors 15-12.
The seniors
were slow in g e t t i n g s t a r t e d , l e t t i n g
Ihe s o p h o m o r e s b u i l d u p a b i g l e a d .
C o m i n g from b e h i n d a 12-1 score,
they built t h e i r t a l l y u p t o 12-12 in
the final i n n i n g .
An extra inning
g a v e Ihe s o p h o m o r e s a b r e a k , a n d
Ihe g a m e , with a t h r e e r u n lead. T h e
game between t h e freshmen and the
j u n i o r s w a s c a l l e d off, d u e t o insufficient r e p r e s e n t a t i o n o n b o t h s i d e s .
Pratt Drives in Four Runs
Before Cullen Rallies
To Stop Score
S a t u r d a y , M a y 8, S t a t e b a t s m e n ,
in t h e i r second s t a r t of the s e a s o n ,
were d e f e a t e d b y a s t r o n g P r a t t t e a m
a t Hleecker s t a d i u m by a score o f
5-3.
W i t h C u l l e n on t h e m o u n d t h e
game started auspiciously enough b u t
in t h e second f r a m e t h e P r a t t s m c n
seemed for a f e w m o m e n t s t o g e t
hold of J o h n n y ' s offerings a n d d r o v e
in four r u n s b e f o r e Cullen s e t t l e d
down a n d r e t i r e d t h e s i d e , I t w a s t h e
first a n d last r a l l y of t h e N o w Y o r k ers, for Cullen a n d S c h m i t z , w h o w e n t
on t h e r u b b e r i n t h e 8 t h , b e t w e e n
them yielded o n l y one m o r e r u n .
Although S t a t e t h r e a t e n e d
many
t i m e s they only c a p i t a l i z e d on a f e w
of t h e i r chances.
The c o n t e s t w a s a d e c i d e d i m p r o v e m e u l , in fielding, over t h e p r e vious showing a g a i n s t K . P . I , s i n c e
t h e r e were very f e w e r r o r s . H o w e v e r ,
O ' B r i e n seemed to h a v e difficulty in
g e l l i n g ids t h r o w down to s e c o n d a n d
a p a t h of s t o l e n bases w a s b e a t e n
between the i n i t i a l sack a n d s e c o n d .
Vet t h e play a s a whole s h o w e d t h e
result of one m o r e week of p r a c t i c e .
Tomorrow
S t a t e encounters
a
highly touted H a r t w i c k t e a m o n t h e
home Held.
F r e s h from a week of
rest, t h e p l a y e r s should be in g o o d
s h a p e lo play a b e t t e r t y p e of ball
a n d make up f o r t h e i r d e f e a t of l a s t
week,
TO HAVE TRACK MEET
T h e third of t h e a n n u a l i n t e r c l a s s
t r a c k meets will c a r r y o u t t h e b e s t
t h a t can be offered in t h e v i c i n i t y of
the S t a t e college c a m p u s , wdiea t h e
followers of M i n e r v a ' s b a n n e r set
forth their own a b i l i t i e s to b r e a k a n d
b e l t e r the a l r e a d y e x i s t i n g r e c o r d s .
J o e HaGralf, '.'18, c h a i r m a n f o r t h e
d a y , lias a s k e d t h a t all c o m p e t i t o r s
be a t Hleecker
stadium
a t 9 ; HO
o'clock in o r d e r t h a t t h e e v e n t s m a y
ia1 run nil' as s c h e d u l e d .
N e x t W e d n e s d a y , t h e s c h e d u l e calls
for
the sophomores
io p l a y Hie
j u n i o r s , while t h e s e n i o r s meet Hie
freshmen.
SENDING LUGGAGE
HOME?
Students
tion
PARTICULAR
Get
PORTRAITS
wishing
to ship
this
held.
participate,
rewards
al
dinner,
til.
song, • ' We, ';I7,
Salute Villi."
Next f e a t u r e on tho p r o g r a m will
he the ;o-i mil
'. iag up of t h e classes
urnI. i lie i I n c . lion of Y o u n g .
Al
the loin III-IOII nf Ihis I he ' ' l a p p i n g ' '
of ihe m w Mv.skaiiia will t a k e place
My -kaiiia w ill then a n n o u n c e tin
i, - n i l - of I he following
election-:
student
association,
senior
class,
i, ,i I ' - At lil.i ic associal ion,
Voiin
W o m e n ' s I h r i s t i a l i a s s o c i a t i o n , Mu
soCouncil,
Dramatics
and
Arts
council, a m i t h e NKW.S b o a r d up
poinlnii'lils.
A flei the a n n o u n c e m e n t s , M y s k a n i n
will haul the r e c e s s i o n a l .
T h e plant
ing of Ha ivy will c o n c l u d e the mol'll
ing's activity.
I'Aelya l l a m a n n , '.17,
will deliver t h e ivy speech, a n d Ray
Pisk, ':i7, will p l a n t t h e ivy.
' I h e a It 1-1 noun p r o g r a m , f e a t u r i n g
t h e i-la-s s t u n t s , will begin at li;l)ll
0 'clock.
T h e I r a d i l i o a a l s t e p sing
will l.e al 7 :.'(() o'clo.-k, followed by
1 Im recessional with ' ' I I rent F i r e s . ' '
D a n c i n g will follow
in t h e g y m
lo I h e music nf Low Rider a n d his
orchestra.
EAT
AT JOHN'S
LUNCH
D i n n e r s 25(f a n d up
Delicious Sandwiches and S u n d a e s
7:30
Opp.
A . M . — 1 1 : 0 0 P.M.
t h e High
a s to r a t e s and s e r v i c e s a s
well as t a g s a n d labels b y c a l l i n g
o n e of o u r c e r t i f i c a t e s —
Railway Express Agency,
Inc.
g o o d u n t i l used
GORDON
R0CKW00D
STUDIOS
529 Broadway
S u i t e 918-920, 75 S t a t e S t .
P h o n e 4-5721
3-4131
for really fine food invite your guests from home to
the
A I N S L E E
H E W I T
Restaurant
Dinners 50, 60, and 75c
State Street—opposite Capitol
WMt/ri4M0
The Department Store of Albany That
Is Ever Anxious to Be of Service —
Meeting the Merchandise Demands of
the College Woman.
School
G o o d F o o d a n d a Friendly Fire
at t h e
COFFEE SHOP
ration,
OPTICIANS.
FREDETTE'S
CAL SfcUVlCt
lug-
gage home can o b t a i n full i n f o r m a -
up if
\ ' MI a re g o i n g .
from
Pratt Is Victor
Over State Nine
Golf a n d S o f t b a l l T o u r n a m e n t s
Are N o w W e l l Under W a y
the
oyer
a m i to sign
Miranda It Victor
In Set-shot Game
,'o
Pi i lamina M u, mil ional social science
group,
only
See t h e G . A . A . b u l l e t i n
further
al
Moving-up Exercises
To Climax Week-end
will
morning
noon.
will
others
Buses
There
I radii
i"i
iu-igii
I In-
C r o s s c o u n t r y a w a r d s were then
p r e s e n t e d t o C a p t a i n Kddie Reynolds,
H a r o l d H a v o c s a m i J o e Do Kusso,
j u n i o r s ; a m i T o n y Wilc/.ynski, sophu
more.
lll.il'el
a-
i i
At t h e conclusion of Coach W h i t t n e r 's a d d r e s s , Coach
Hatfield pre
s e a t e d b a s k e t b a l l l e t t e r s In t h e following:
Co c a p t a i n s
Johnny
Hvari
a n d Dick M a r g i s o n ; ( i e o r g o B a n c r o f t ,
and Tom Harrington, seniors; Tom
Hyan, j u n i o r ;
and George
Annul,
" D u k e " I l e r s h k o w i i z , C a r r o l l I.eh
man, and Mike Walko, sophomores.
T o m m o r r o w afternoon S t a t e ' s
T e n n i s s q u a d will play h o s t t o
a strong, fast-hitting Hartwick
team on t h e W a s h i n g t o n courts.
The State rncqueteers, to date,
h a v e b r o k e n even in t h e i r m u t c h e s ,
w i n n i n g t h e first f r o m B a r d b y
a l-'l c o u n t only t o d r o p t h e i r
second e n g a g e m e n t t o D r e w b y
a 5-4 score.
Canute's Corner
lioll,
l i e - a- l o l i i l \ ..I I h e w h o l e a I I a 11 gi • In e III . he i - i g l i o l
a, a m
T o m m y H a r r i n g t o n , '.'17, p r e s i d e n t
of M . A . A . , a c t e d a s m a s t e r of cere
m o n i e s a n d D e a n M. (I. N e l s o n g a v e
the invocation. Following the dinner,
a b r i e f a d d r e s s w a s g i v e n by Presid e n t A . H, B r u b a c k e r t o t h e men
of S t a t e .
T h e p r e s i d e n t of M.A.A.
t h e n i n t r o d u c e d H a l W h i t t n e r . Athletic D i r e c t o r at Union, who delivered
t h e m a i n a d d r e s s nf t h e e v e n i n g .
'"
',||
I I I I I I I M I .1 m e n I " I h e p . a n t
M.A.A. conducted its a n n u a l spring
b a n q u e t last, n i g h t ia t h e c a f e t e r i a
a n d p a i d r i g h t e o u s h o n o r to t h e fall
a n d w i n t e r a t h l e t i c s of S t a t e . A w a r d s
were p r e s e n t e d t o all those who had
gained
distinction
in t h e v a r i o u s
s p o r t s a t S t a t e since last fall, except
for t h e b a s e b a l l s q u a d whose season
h a s y e t to b e c o n c l u d e d .
Il
lefllMiiji
I. .o L o c a l
O'Brien Will Be M.A.A. Pres.
Tom Ryan, Court Captain;
Whittner Speaks
and
m i l li
lo
e l l e i l I'.ll.l I I h .III Ilia I i I I "
I ,i
b|o.\-
ihioO'h
up nl < n n i b i i d j e
b i b l e - -. ( ll li.-*
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an
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m i - ma II.I - j . - i n c u t .
money . anil
w il h a
under
think,
Kligli-hiimii
II rough
I he I i u \ el « i t \ .
he f a c e d
broken
In g j \ , . in.
i- a y o u n g
la n i i h ' -
f n u ii
liar
you will
i- about
hi-- l a l l i e i
I he
well
him
il
( i i i t- I b n l i n
main
I rv l o gnesH
Ui\r
.
well,
. , . all
people
the general
Wei/ok
various
Double,lay . 11137.
when
lone
apologize
the sing
star-
l o , vet . . .
year
e n d , we
reveal
classes
follows
Book of the Week:
(
Heaven' Builds Personality
I h i ' . p i 'S
\ on p i c k .
Since
of
All
The evening
wilh
terpsichoreail
up.
D a y is
" Who
t h a i 's
bel.s
about
. . .
is
lail
I In- a n s w e r
w inaers
lose
f r o m one o f t h e classes
of
w o n nut in
tin- year's
I lie
l a p p e d .' ' ' .
c l o s e us t h e .step s i n g
race f o r a d a l e .
folks,
ami
the
rivalry.
" ISli-Now,
— — — —
D i c k e n s m i g h t h a v e been t h i n k i n g of M o v i n g - u p D a y
when he w r o t e , " I t w a s t h e best of d a y s ; i t w a s t h e
w o r s t of d a y s . " I t is t h e best of d a y s , f o r t o m a n y it
m a r k s t h e e n d of a y e a r ' s s t r u g g l e , a y e a r of h a r d w o r k ,
a n d a y e a r of w o r r y a n d u n c e r t a i n t y .
T o t h e freshmen it is a y e a r of o r i e n t a t i o n ; t o t h e s o p h o m o r e s — a
y e a r of b a t t l i n g a n d u p p e r - e l a s s i s m ; to t h e j u n i o r s — a
y e a r of p a i n s t a k i n g effort, u n c e a s i n g l a b o r , a n d t o
some, t e r r i b l e u n c e r t a i n t y ; a m i , t o t h e s e n i o r s — a y e a r
of t h e h a r d e s t s t u d y , j o b - h u n t i n g a n d p r a c t i c e t e a c h ing,
A n d y e t it is t h e w o r s t of d a y s , for it c u l m i n a t e s
a y e a r of great: a c t i v i t y ; a y e a r when most S t a t e - a n s
h a v e h a d t h e best t i m e of t h e i r l i f e ; a y e a r of l e a r n i n g ,
of good t i m e s — o f life to t h e full.
T h e freshmen have
had a y e a r of m a k i n g f r i e n d s , m a n y of whom t h e y will
n e v e r s e e a g a i n ; t h e s o p h o m o r e s — t h e i r first y e a r of
b e i n g o n e of t h e b i g g e r f r o g s in t h e p o o l ; t h e j u n i o r s
h a v e h a d t h e best y e a r of t h e i r life as a c l a s s ; t h e
seniors have spent their last year together, a sorrowful
but a g l o r i o u s y e a r .
sentiment
mumblings
ball.
horse!
H a p p y M o v i n g up D a y , G r e e k s , a n d
m a y all of y o u r Prcsliuiuii be f u t u r e
M ysknnia members!
some
fntcrsorority
Wedding
bells
at
Kill
Western
Avenue
at least I h e r e will be, ac
c o r d i n g to t h e DOS, who h a v e announced
the engagement
of
Lain
Dall'ev, '.!*., to David l l r o c k w u y of
llochelle.
up State's
today
we
a d - m i r e s h e r . . . o t h e r s m e m b e r s of
As t h e s e n i o r s r e c e d e s i n g i n g t h e
t r a d i t i o n a l " G r e a t F i r e s " , t h e freshmen will r e a l i z e t h a t t h e i r first Movi n g - u p D a y h a s come t o a n e n d .
F o r t h o s e who feel t h e u r g e t o
d a n c e , L o u R i d e r anil his o r c h e s t r a
will p r e s i d e from 9 : 0 0 - 1 2 : 0 0 in the
gymnasium,
Incidentally,
tin' S i ^ A l p h a
in
d u c t e d n i n e pledges i n t o fall m e m b e r
s h i p r e c e n t l y : l . i u u i l l a Mayer, ' 3 S ;
Rose
Ritter
ami Dorothy
Traver,
s o p h o m o r e s ; a m i Doris B r o o k s . M a r
g a r e t Collins, Helen G r e g o r y , V o l a u d a
Richardson,
F.leanor
Mliter,
and
Louise Soul li, f r e s h m e n .
T h e K Ds
announce
the p l e d g i n g
of
Doris
Similes ami M a n Trainer, freshmen,
To c o m p l e t e Ihe weekend f e s t i v i t i e s ,
A L I ' h i will welcome all its p a r e n t s
Mom, D a d , ami iweii the kids on
Sunday.
.Inst a g r a n d old got togel h e r !
year
L e t ' s t u r n from
Some
With a great burden lifted
from
t h e i r m i n d s , t h e u n d e r - c l a s s m e n will
t h e n t u r n to listen t o t h e s e n i o r s '
r e n d i t i o n of " A s Y e S o w " . E a c h
class in t u r n will t h e n offer i t s f a r e well s o n g to t h e d e p a r t i n g s e n i o r s ,
followed by t h e s e n i o r a n d j u n i o r
step-songs.
A I') P h i said h o w d y to S e l m a
K e h l a c h t u r , '3!ij Bess l l a r l m a n , ' 3 5 ;
Rose K i u h u r n , ','Ki; a n d F a t h e r ( ' o n e ,
'.'17.
F r a n L e w a n , '3d, c a m e back
i n t o t h e I'si ( l a m fold l o r t h e week
end, a m i N o r m a Blaise, also '.'111, m a d e
herself at Inane at S i g m a A l p h a .
this
State Tennis Team
Will Meet Hartwick
M.A.A. Presents Awards
To Athletes of State
I t is t h o f e r v e n t wish of e v e r y s t u d e n t of S t a t e t h a t
tomorrow morning dawn bright and clear; a n d that the
g o d s t h a t be s h o w t h e i r f a v o r b y g i v i n g u s a n e n t i r e
d a y of f r e s h n e s s a n d b e a u t y .
F o r t h i s is t h e d a y t h a t
p r e s a g e s t h e e n d of a n o t h e r school y e a r . F r o m t h i s d a y
f o r t h it m a y be t r u l y s a i d " T e m p o s F u g i t " which
m a y be l i t e r a l l y t r a n s l a t e d , " T i m e ' s a - w a s t i n . "
to sediment.
As anxious sophomores a n d freshmen t e a r t h e i r h a i r a n d b i t e t h e i r
n a i l s , J o h n Deno, ' 3 7 , p r e s i d e n t of t h e
s t u d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n will a n n o u n c e t h e
w i n n e r s of t h e p r i z e s o n g s , s t u n t s a n d
g a m e s , a n d will p r e s e n t t h e i n t e r class rivalry c u p to t h e class which
h a s a m a s s e d t h e g r e a t e s t n u m b e r of
Most of t h e houses were filled t o
t h e w i n d o w s with iilum.s—at K t a P h i
were Ruth Crutchloy, Betty Gregory,
a n d Lucille M a n n i n g ,
'.'iUers; a n d
M a r i o n Steele G r a v e s , a n d ( ' a n d Hill,
of '.'i(i. K a p p a Delta welcomed back
Tlielma S m i t h a n d Ruth Mollor of
t h e class of
' . i t ; Ailoen
Dexter,
Marion
Ileiacmnnn,
Lillian
I'ayne,
Grace
I'ritehard
and
Man
Van
A l s t y n u of ' 3 a ; a n d Klnino l i a i r d ,
Blossom
F.vaiis, Kimiiii M e a d , a m i
'/.I'WH W i n t e r of last y e a r ' s c l a s s .
to s e r v e
. . After
and gals.
A f t e r t h e s i n g i n g of " U r n D i d d i l y Uni H u m B a y " a n d t h e f o l l o w i n g
e x c h a n g e of s o n g s b e t w e e n t h e s o p h o more a n d freshman classes, t h e sister
c l a s s e s will r e n d e r t h e s o n g s d e d i c a t e d t o each o t h e r .
T h e r e ' s been " a lull in o u r l i v e s "
s i n c e [ n t o r s o r o r i t y w e e k e n d , a n d we
h a v e n ' t even r e p o r t e d t h a t a good
t i m e w a s h a d by a l l — o r c h i d s to I n t e r s o r o r i t y council for a most s u c c e s s f u l
dance!
time
Commentstater
i n t o t h e h a p p e n i n g s of all y o u s e g u y s
Led by Eloise Shearer, ' 3 7 , song
l e a d e r of t h e s t u d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n , t h e
s i n g i n g of t h e A l m a M a t e r will o p e n
the program.
Class s o n g s in o r d e r
of s e n i o r i t y will follow, a f t e r w h i c h
t h e p r i z e s o n g s , c o n s i s t i n g of o r i g i n a l
class a l m a m a t e r s will b e s u n g i n t h o
same order.
Hellenics
last
meaning junior
points.
PRINTED
the
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1937
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LIBRARY,
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1937
Page 4
Junior Guides Plan
Freshman Program
(Continued from page 1, column, 3)
Margaret Bayers, D r . Minnie Scotland, Dr. Donnal V . Smith, D r . Earl
South, Miss Ellen Stokes, and Mr.
George York.
The members of the class of 1939
who will act as junior guide captains
are: Kathryn Adams, Christine Ades,
Elizabeth Allen, Phyllis Arnold, Elizabeth Baker, Virginia Bolton, Frederick Bowman, J o a n Byron, Jeanne
Chrislcr, Delia Dolan, Kenneth Doran,
J o h n Edge, N a n Emery, Neil Fogarty.
Charlotte Fox, Charles Franklin,
Leonard
Friedlander,
Florence
Habercr, Virginia Hall, Betty Hayford, Mildred K i n g , Ruth Lewis,
Richard Lonsdale, Dorothy MacLean,
Carolyn Mattice, Margaret Mattison,
Joyce Mnycock, Joseph Muggleton,
E d g a r O'Hora, J u n e Palmer, Mary
M a r g a r e t Pappa, Helen Prusik,
Marion Rockefeller, Ruth Sinovoy,
J e a n Strong, Gordon Tabner, William
Torrens, Duntan Tynun.
'Newt' Board Di$clo$e$
Name* of Columnist*
The N E W S releases
from
anonymity this week the authors
of four of its special columns.
For reasons of obvious convenience, their identities were
not disclosed before.
The Playgoer, dramatic critic,
has been Eloise Shearer, '37,
member of last y e a r ' s advanced
dramatics class and member of
Music council. Individual Playgoers have been written by Ralph
Van Horn and Betty Meury,
seniors.
The Commentstater, columnist
on State in general: Virginia
Stocl a n d Harry Gumuer, seniors.
Individual columns have been
submitted by David Smith, Sophie
Wolzok, John Murphy, Muriel
Goldberg, Jean
Strong, and
James Vandcrpoel.
The 1937 Statesman, collego
monger, is Agnes Torrens, '37,
assisted by members of the N E W S
board and staff.
G.A.A. To Conduct
Final Award Dinner
E l i z a b e t h M o r r o w , '37, t o Install
Officers for Coming Y e a r
The Girls Athletic association will
close its activities with the annual
spring award dinner which will bo
conducted on Tuesday, May 25, a t
the West Albany homo of Thelma
Miller, '38. Buses will leave from
the Washington Avenue entrance of
Draper hall. After the dinner, awards
for the year will be made, and Elizabeth Morrow, '37, president of the
association, will install the new
officers.
Committees in charge of the dinner
are as follows: general chairman,
Phylis Jobson, ' 3 8 ; assistant chairman, Ethel Little, ' 3 8 ; food, Helen
Clyde, ' 3 7 ; transportation, Christine
Aides, ' 3 9 ; publicity, Lillian Hincs,
'39; cicnn-iip, Ruth Cass, ' 3 9 ; and
faculty, Ethel Keshner, '37.
Classes Will Banquet
E.E. Potter Will Have
Annual Spring Formal
The junior and senior classes will
conduct their annual spring banquets
The Edward Eldred Potter Club
this evening. The co-chairmen for
the senior event will be Lester Rubin will conduct its annual spring dance
and Robert MacGregor.
The class this Saturday evening from 9:00 to
will dine a t the Van Schuyler restau- 1:00 in the Commons of Hawley hall
rant.
The juniors will have J e a n according to Raymond Walters, '39,
The music will be furEdgcuwbe acting as chairman and chairman.
the dinner will be served in the nished by Nelson Carl's orchestra.
The decorations and programs will
cafeteria. Both banquets will begin
at 5:30 o'clock and will be completed be in the club's colors of black and
in time to witness the athletic events. silver.
Dial 5-1S1S
Geo. D. Jeoney, Prop.
Boulevard
and
Cafeteria
Qrill
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ALBANY, N. Y.
State
VOL.
XXI, No. 24.
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WILL BE EDITOR
Sophie Wolzok, '38, will direct the
N E W S policies as editor-in-chief for
the year 1937-38. David Smith, '38,
will net ;ts managing editor.
The associate managing editors
assisting Miss Wolzok mid Smith a r e :
Robert Hertwig, Edgar O'Hora, and
.lean Strong, sophomores. The business hoard will include
Mildred
Nightingale as business manager;
Charles Oaylord as advertising manager; and Victoria Bilzi as circulation
manager.
Sophie Wolzok, MS, who will
be editor-in-chief
COLLEGE N E W S
for
of the
STATE
1937-38.
Appointment Bureau
Lists Placements
T w e n t y Seniors, Six G r a d u a t e s
Secure Teaching Positions
Twenty seniors, six graduate students, and nine former Stale graduThe business stall' will be headed ates have received teaching positions,
by Joan Hyrou, Mi), assistant adver- according to the Appointment bureau.
tising manager and Grace Gusli*
Seniors securing positions a r e :
glione, '30, as assistant
business Elizabeth Meury, English al Saranac
manager.
Lake; Marjoi'ie Carnegie, library and
English at Sefauketj Hetty Olesen,
The freshmen on the business staff
are Lois Ferguson and Doris Parizot. commerce at llanunondsport ; Phyllis
The freshmen on the advertising stall' Ycrniilye, library aad history at,
Elsie Tompkins, comare Marcia Drown, Ken 1 laser, Robert (Iri'onwich;
Cogger aad John Newsteail. The merce and history at Port Leyden;
freshmen on the circulation stall' are Flora Alexander, French and matheFlorence Lux, Mary Gabriel, Klga matics nl Fair Haven; Eloise Shearer,
social studies at Hay Shore, Long
Schiavi and Harriet Sprague.
Island; Ralph Johnson, commerce at
The reporters for the N E W S are
Hay Shore, Long Island; Charles
Florence Adler, Florence Harrows,
Morris, commerce and mathematics
Hetty
Bunco, Oiacinta
Capuana,
:il Oswogatchie; Odette Courtiaes,
Robert Cogger, Margaret
Collins,
French and commerce at. South
Sadie Flux, Rerniee Freyureyer, VirByron; Ruth llallock, science at Cinginia Bison, Saul tlreenwald, Eloise
ciniiatus; Virginia Small, commerce
llartinnnn, Otto Howe, Vvotte llyami history at Turin; Fiukle Roseniiuin, Leonard Kownlsky, Hilda Kroberg, history al Owego; Leila Wiluovlt, William Me.Crncken, Robert
Mini, mathematics and English at
Melveazie, Thelma Miller, David MinsLocke; Marion Townsend,
French
berg, .lean Mitchell, Arthur Phihbs,
and mathematics at Grand Gorge;
Louis Kii'knian, Lillian Rivkiml, Savin
James Vnndorpool, mathematics al
Scuuiai'i, Hlossom Schwartz, Miriam
Xarrowsluirg; Edward llulilian, comShapiro, Helen Sniykla, George Slangmerce al Nnrrowsburg;
Elizabeth
ier, Harbara Van Fatten, .lane Wilson,
Scott, French aad commerce at Mt.
Sally Voting, Caleb Augustine, Wilbur
Upton; Robert McGowan, coiumerco
Valley, and Victoria Yankowski.
at lleiiuou; Marion Hnedecor, public
library al llicksville,
Stale graduate students who have
received placements a r e : Agnes Wilson, Kuglish and history ami library
:il Fort Covington; El wood llollisler,
history at Waterfordj Robert Collier,
Warren I. Densinoro, '.'IK, will In
English and science at West bury;
Hie new president el' the student as
William I1!. Ilrown, grade school al
hiicialioa, John J. Deno, '.'17, an
Melleaville;
.lames McClurc, grade
iiooiiieil mi Moving up I >ay.
school al i'nniuiii; Rosemary Laydeu,
Densmore will he assisted by John
Latin, English and library at Tuxedo
Paige, Ml>, I he new \ ice president, I'ark.
Henry Taylor, '10, will act us .-,•<•
Former s t a l e graduates receiving
rotary for the coming yi ar,
positions a r e : Florence Holler, MS,
Mary Trainer, '-id, will inke ov> i mathematics and civics al Chatham;
duties ol' student association song
Dorothea llnhagau, '.'hi, English al
leader. Thomas h'yan, Ms, will In
Sorthville; Julio (lerea, 'ill, com
represenlnl i w mi M , A. A. The . I n n null-, at Herkimer j llarriel Ton
leaders will he: Marion Kingslcy, Kyek, '.'la, commerce al Altamonl;
'•111, (iordull I'eallie, '-III, oud Joseph
Kiitlicna Ryan, ','!;">, librarian at the
LiiUrnll', MS,
College of Saint Rose; Emily llwrlhul,
'3ft, commerce, Johnslowu; Augusta
The other members of student collli
i'il in addition to Di ii-iinH'e, Edge, Miner, Mil English and dramatics at
and Taylor a r e : Herbert llroo/., new .Mulniwk ; Herald Amyol, '.'Id, French,
ninthciiinlies mid reaching at (JulM'liioi' president ; Hetty I Inyford, in
runiing junior piesidepi : and Lloyd way; Margaret Delaney, '35, English
and library al chaaiplain.
Kelly, Incoming sophoiuoie puMilcat.
Densmore and Edge
Head New Council
Chesterfield's aroma is DIFFERENT
$2.00 Per Year, 32 Weekly Issues.
Preceding Ball
Smith To Be Managing Editor
Hertwig, O'Hora, Strong
Are Assistants
Charles
Franklin
anil
William
Ryan, sophomores, will take over the
reins of the men's athletic events as
co-sports editors.
Associate
editors
will
include
Ramona
Van VVie,
' 3 8 ; Albert
Architzel, Charles Kttinger, Joyce
Maycock and Charles Walsh, sophomores,
Aroma is half the
pleasure of smoking
STATE COLLEGE FOB ^TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1937
ews
Wolzok Will Direct Policies 1937 Innovates Today's Assembly To Hear
Of 'News' Board Next Year Dinner Dance
Proposed 1937-38 Budget
Charles Morris was presented the
silver key for the senior, not on the
N E W S Hoard, who has done the most
for the paper. Mr. Morris served as
men's sports editor for the past year
anil his Canute's Corner was a weekly
feature of the sports page.
This
sports page won high praise at every
press rating given the NEWS this
yea r.
llllte
T * E COLLEGE FOR TEACHER
Hamann Is Dance Chairman;
Colonie Club Will Be
Site of Event
Tho class of 1937 will conduct its
Inst official affair, the annual Senior
Ball, at the Colonie Country Club, on
Monday, June 21. Dancing will commence a t 0 o'clock to the strnins of
a maestro as yet unknown. Evelyn
Hamann has been appointed general
chairman of the function.
The Colonic Country Club as the
scene of the dance will bring back
reminiscences of the Senior Rail of
the class of 1836 which was also conducted there. The club is situated
on tlie Albany-Schenectady road, and
transportation facilities in keeping
with the occasion will be provided.
The committee in charge of transportation is: Agnes Torrens, chairman,
Lester Rubin and Fred Dexter.
The committees who are assisting
witli the ball arrangements arc as fidlows: music, John Cnllen, chairman,
William MrCraw and Robert Margison; bids, Martha Mac Smith, chairman, and Odette Courtiaes; refreshments, Alonzo Du.Mont, chairman,
aad Mary Lam; chaperons, Rosemary
Lnl'l'erty, chairman, and Carol Mires;
publicity, Adeline Mercer, chairman,
aad Martha Harlow.
Preceding the Senior ball, there
will bo a formal dinner-dance at the
Kenmore starting at 7:3d o'clock.
Music will be furnished by the Kenmore orchestra, under the baton of
Charles Harnett. All those who wish
lo attend the banquet sign up for a
table in order that arrangements may
be made since all tables will he reserved. The assessment will be one
dollar for each outside guest. (Two
dollars
per couple.)
Catherine
Jamba, '37, will be general chairman.
Budget Tabulations
The following arc tho budget items
of the proposed budget as compared
with last year's budget:
Proposed
1»3(>-37 Budget
College News
$2,1fi0.00 .$2,200.00
Dramatics and Arts
1,2110.00 1,200.(10
Music Association
800.00
800.00
Inftrinury
1,800.00 1,800.00
Girls' A.A.
1,150.00 1,100.00
Freshman Handbook
205.00
218.00
Debate Council
475.00
500.00
State College Echo
550.00
700.00
State Lion
650.00
(100.00
Mysknnlu
17(1.00
180.00
Basketball
1,000.00 1,(110.00
Intramural Sporls
400.00
.'100.00
Cross Country
188.00
150.00
Hnscbnll
050.00
755.00
Tennis
250.00
250.00
Athletic Contingency
200.00
500.00
Sec. Contingency
200.00
200.00
Student Council
101.00
102.00
N.S.F.A,
150.00
57.00
Treasurer's Bond
28.00
25.00
$18,283.00 $13,247.00
Advanced Class Will
Repeat Performance
Bogosta and Daniels Play L e a d s
In O s c a r W i l d e ' s C o m e d y
News, Echo, Various Sports
And Debate Increase
Their Demands
Today's assembly will discuss tho
proposed budget for the year 1 9 3 7 38, according to an announcement by
John Deno, '37, president of tho student association.
The budget which amounts to
$13,247, will be presented by Ralph
Van Horn, '37. This new budget
represents an excess of $1,047 over a n
estimated 100% tax payment for
1937-38.
This added amount will
be taken care of by this y e a r ' s
balance.
Every one will be handed a mimeographed copy of each association's
budget when he enters tho assembly
today.
The groups asking for a
raise in their appropriation a r c : debate, News, Echo, Myskania crosscountry, baseball, and student council.
There is also an athletic contingency
fund.
Among the organizations that will
take a cut in their appropriations a r e :
Girl's Athletic Association, freshman
handbook, the Linn, basketball, men's
intramural sports.
Tho remainder
of the organizations will have tho
same budget that they had last year.
The last presentation of tho Advanced Dramatics class will take placo
in Page hall tonight a t 8:30 o'clock,
when the second performance of
" L a d y Windermere's F a n " will be
staged. The production, directed by
This budget has been prepared for
Miss Agnes 10. Futterer, assistant pro1,250 students the same as last y e a r ' s
fessor of English, is the climax of
tho
1930-37
advanced
dramatics budget was. As all students are ro(piired to have paid their tax to g e t
season.
a recommendation from the appointThe sets have been constructed by
ment bureau the (Innnce board feels
the members of the stagecraft, class,
that the activities may be carried out
under the supervision of Mr. William
on a complete schedule.
(1. Hardy, instructor of English, and
The remainder of the program will
the sets committee from the advanced
bo occupied witli the installation of
class,
year's
student
association
Van Hansen Charles company, and next
tho Albaay Hardware company are ollicers. Tho reins of the presidency
supplying the properties which are will he handed over by Deno t o
Warren Densmore, '38. Tho vicobeing used in the production,
The cast includes: Lord Winde- presideut will be John Edge, '30, and
mere, Paul Dittman, ' 3 8 ; Lord Darl- the secretary will be Henry Taylor,
'•10.
ington, William Bogosta, ' 3 9 ; Lord
Augustus Lortoa, Thomas Kelley, ' 3 7 ;
Mr. Cecil Graham, Kenneth Doran,
'30; Mr. Dumby, Peter Hart, '30;
Lutheran, N e w m a n a n d Menorah
Mi'. Hopper, Robert Knrpon, '4(11
A n n o u n c e Election Results
Parker, John Nordcll, '.'10; Lady
The various religious clubs have
Windeinere, Elizabeth Daniels, '.'IS;
selected the officers who will serve for
Members of the editorial aad busiDuchess of llerwick, Sally Whelan,
the coming year, 101)7-38.
ness boards of the Pedagogue, Lion,
MS,
Lutheran club elections are as folI.ady Agatha, Florence Nelbach, and Echo for the coming year were
lows: William Mollenkopf, '38, presi- '.'IS; Lady Plymdale, Florence Zuhres, announced as a part of the annual
dent ; Catherine Krl
'30, vice'.'IS; Lady Jedburgh, Charlotte Lib- ceremonies on Moviag-up Day.
president ; Ellen Pedorsoa, '-ID, secreman, '.'IS; Lady Stlltflold, Janet DibTho officers for tho college year
tary; Franklin Kchrig, '39, treasble, '.'IS; Mrs. Cowpor-Cowper, Dor- book, the Pedagogue, will be headed
urer; Marjorie Dorrlainm and Cath- othy lluner, '.'IS; Mrs. Frlynuo, Jean
by Marjorie Crist, '38, as editor-inerine Kricn, juniors, representatives Licheastein, '.'IS; Rosalie, Marjorie chief. Assisting Miss Crist will bo
to I nlcr religious council.
Crist, ' 3 8 ; and Sir James lioyston, Virginia Travis, business manager;
Ollicers for Newnillll club arc the Thomas Median, '37.
Doris Anderson and Marion Hall,
following: Thomas Ryan, '38, presiThe committee in charge include literary editors; Dorothy Cain, feature
dent ; Rita Pomeroy, 'Mil, vice-presiHie following members of the ad- editor; Dorothy Honor, photograph
dent ; Charlotte Peck, '311, secretary; vanced class: sets, Lucille Clark, ' 3 8 ; editor; Lucille Clark, art editor;
Mary Agnes Metzger, '30, reporter; costumes, Sally Whelan, ' 3 8 ; house, Edith Cort, circulation
manager;
J a n e Malaney, '.'IS, senior counselor;
Ruth Schurick, ' 3 8 ; props, Hetty Lucille Zak, advertising manager,
Neil Fogarty and Hernard Gall'ney, Appeldooiu, ' 3 8 ; and advertising,
The Lion, humor magazine, will bo
junior counselors; Mary Aradt ami Charlotte Libmaa, '38.
governed by the following board:
Joseph McKeon, sophomore counselors.
Lizetto Parshnll, editor-in-chief; RichMenornh
elected
the following Sayles To Be New Head
uril
Lonsdnle,
Charles
Franklin,
ollicers: Percy Foruinn, '3s, presiJames Ztlboil, and Leonard FriedOf
Albany
Rotary
Club
dent ; Eve Hlalock, 'Hi, vice presilander, literary board; Richard ( o x ,
Professor John M. Sayles, head of
dent ; Lillian Rivkiml, '-Id, secretary ;
business manager; Gordon Tubuer,
1
lie
education
department,
and
princiLeonard Kowalsky, 'HI, and llnrrictto
assistant business manager; Rexl'ord
Shear, ','IS, executive council; Yvolto pal of Milne High school, was electee]
Fluster, circulation manager; Mildred
president of tin' Albany Rotary Club
llymnu, 'III, reporter.
Nightingale, assislaal circulation mnual its meeting Ins! week.
Professor Suylcs has been an active ngcr; Mao Roseubeck, advertising
Moreland Names Councillors member of Rotary for the last twelve mannger; Janet Dibble, exchange
Kdgnr O'Hora,
assistant
During that lime he has editor;
Aauoiiacemeal of the Alumni Resi- years.
exchange
editor,
dence Hall's councillors for 1037-38 served as chairman of various comJean Lichensteln, '38, will be the
was made last week by I he Dean of mittees including those on Vocational
Women's office, The appointees iiroi Service, Hoys' Work, Club Service, editiir-iii-chief of the Echo. Shu will
Dorothy Clapp, Norma Dixon, Molly aad Program. Previous to his 1 •Ice- be assisted by the following ollicers:
lion to t be presidency, he held Ihe Senior board, Doris Monroe, Louise
DowlilJg, Rose Kui'khill, Ruth Shoe
Stoen, (iwenoirn Williams; junior
maker, Ruth Sinsch, Muriel Stewart, ollice of vice-president.
The main object of the Rotary is board, Albert llcrbnry, I'earl Sandand Frances Wolali, juniors; and
Delia Dolan, Frances Fallon, Mihlrcd one of service. Knell member is ex- burg; business board, Florence Zubros
King, and Jane Schwevziuana, sopho- pected lo foster this ideal as the basto and Ruth Frost; art editor, Charlotte.
Libmaii,
of all worthy enterprise,
mores.
Sectarian Groups
Appoint Officers
State Publications
Appoint New Boards
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