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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, SEPTEMBER 24, 1937
Sororities Select
Milne Addition Created
New Work Possibilities
This Year's Officers
First Semester Social Calendar
(continued
from page 1, column 3)
J u s t as Milne High School h a s b e K a p p a D e l t a : president, E d i t h
Cort, '38; vice-president, R u t h Mull- c a m e famous i n educators' circles as Sept. 24—Churches Receptions to Oct. 23—Campus Day
Announce List of Students en, '38; treasurer, J e a n S t r o n g , '39; a growing school, S t a t e s t u d e n t s find F r e s h m e n
Nov. 5—Senior Hop
corresponding secretary,
Virginia this growth extending to t h e very Sept. 25—Activities Day, Dance, a n d
For First Semester
Nov. 6—Houses D a n c e s
halls
of
t
h
e
practice
school.
This
Hall,
'39;
recording
secretary,
LorBonfire Rally
in Milne High
r a i n e Green, '39; chaplain, R u t h year a n e w extension to t h e Milne Sept. 28—Y, W. C. A. F r e s h m e n Nov. 8—Dramatic a n d Art Association, W a l t e r H a m p d e n
Merrick, '38; critic, Hazel Baugh, '38; building h a s a t t r a c t e d a great deal
Frolic
Seniors a n d g r a d u a t e s t u d e n t s will a n d m a r s h a l s , N o r m a Wells and of a t t e n t i o n .
Nov. 16—G. A. A. Fall Awara B a n Oct.
1—Junior
Reception
to
F
r
e
s
h
t a k e u p practice t e a c h i n g duties in J a n e t Montfort, sophomores,
quet
T h e addition, three stories high,
men
Milne High School Tuesday morning
Dec. 3—Y. W. C. A. Candlelight
Psi G a m m a : president, Dorothy will house several Milne activities. Oct. 2—Intersorority T e a
a t 9:10 o'clock, according to J o h n Haner, '38; vice-president,, Stella, T h e b a s e m e n t h a s been transformed
Dance
Oct. 5—Classical Club Reception to
M . Sayles, principal of t h e school. Sampson, '38; treasurer, Lizette P a r - i n t o a shop. M a c h i n e s a n d equipDec. 4—Basketball, B a r d College
Freshmen
T h o s e who will be teaching, a n d t h e shall, '38; secretary, Florence Nel- m e n t for leatherwork, ceramics, a n d Oct. 7—French Club Reception to Dec. 10—Interfraternity Dance
h o u r s a t which they a r e to teach, bach, '38; a n d chaplain,
Betty jewelry design will be set u p t h e r e .
J a n . 14—Music Council Winter ConFreshmen
T h e Art d e p a r t m e n t will hold forth Oct. 8—Sophomore Reception to
a r e as follows:
Daniels, '38.
cert
o n t h e first floor above.
Freshmen
9:10 o'conk; 7th year general science,
J a n . 15—Basketball - Plattsburgh
Chi Simga T h e t a : president, D o r o S p a c e on t h e second iioor h a s been Oct. 8, 9, 10—G. A. A.-Camp J o h n Muriel Crear;; 7th year miitliemtitlcs, t h y Cain, '38; vice-president, Lucille
Normal
Helen Knapp; 7tli year English. E. Zak, '38; treasurer, M a r y Agnes given to t h e Little T h e a t e r , with
ston Weekend
J a n . 18—Elementary Dramatics P r e Dubois; 8th year social science, Ma Metzger, '39; secretary, M a r g a r e t 1 complete e q u i p m e n t for staging d r a sentation
Oct. 11—Y. W. C. A. Candlelignt
MacDoiigall and Elizabeth Coney; 8th
m a t i c productions. T h e t h i r d floor
Service
J a n . 21—Basketball - Buffalo S t a t e
year social science, Alary Albrccht und F e h l n e r , '39; a l u m n a e secretary, will be t a k e n over by t h e Home EcoJohn Schonenbcrg; Stli year genera) K a t h r y n Ryan, '38; critic, R e g i n a
nomics d e p a r t m e n t . A practice kitt h a t all freshmen a n d sophomores
science, Muriel Crear; 8th year English, Murphy, '39.
c h e n will be included i n t h e model
a r e to secure lockers before any u p Harriet Shear; Oth year'Latin, Marion
Alpha
Epsilon
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dean,
R
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t
h
Young; Itth year biology Benedict Hall;
suite of rooms, which will be decorp e r c l a s s m e n receive theirs.
'Jtli year social science, Anna Jos'efek Frost, '38; co-dean, Muriel Goldberg, ated a n d furnished witn t h e aid of
and Garfield Arthur; Oth year English, '38; treasurer, R u t h Pekarsky, '39; those s t u d e n t s e n t e r i n g those courMildred Nightingale; 10th year Latin, a n d scribe, Sylvia Muffs, '38.
Men Have Smoker
ses.
Helen Novak ; 10th year English, GerMen r e t u r n i n g t o S t a t e locker
i n t e r f r a t e r n i t y council sponsored
G a m m a K a p p a P h i : president,
Completion of t h e building gives
truclo Jenks; 10th year Latin, Ellen
Gifford; 11th year French, Patricia I Mildred Nightingale, '38; vice-presi- Milne t h e a d d e d space which was rooms a n d halls ihis year were g r e e t - , a smoker W e d n e s d a y night a t 8:30
ed by a redical c h a n g e in at l e a s t ; o'clock in t h e Commons of Hawley
Hosley; 11th year plane geometry, dent, K a t h r y n Hobbie, '38; t r e a s u r - so long been desired.
Cecelia Sullivan; 11th year history, er, J a n e t Gurney, '39; recording secone p a r t of t h e building. T h e old ! Hall, according to Alfred T r e h a n o n ,
Muriel Goldberg and Herbert Drooz; retary, J a n e t Dibble, '38; correfloor, holy a n d otherwise spattered president of t h e council, T h e p u r 12th year French, Betty Bursiiloiix; 12th sponding secretary, Betty Barsaloux,
and misused, is no more. I n its place pose of t h e Smoker was to acquaint
year intermediate algebra, Alvlnu Deis a thing of, while it doesn't a p - the freshmen m e n of t h e college
Long; 12th year physics, Robert Decker, '38; reporter, Joyce May cock, '39;
proach beauty, a t least a certain with t h e fraternities.
12th year typewriting, Marlon C'aborn; critic, Frances Wolak, '38; a n d m a r a m o u n t of n e a t n e s s a n d , believe it
12tli year English, Warren Densmorc; shals, Lois G a m e a n d H a r r i e t S p r a E n t e r t a i n m e n t consistea of games,
12Lh year economic geography, Jean gue, sophomores.
or not, plenty of room.
group singing, a n d card-playing.
Edgecumbe.
Coach Hatfield's office, which oc- F r e s h m e n a n d upperclassmen m i n Skits, Swing, a n d Songs Head
B e t a Z e t a : president, Carolyn E d 10:10 o'clock: 7th year iniithemutics,
cupied a large corner of t h e room gled in friendly fashion.
Toward
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of
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wards,
'38;
vice-president,
G
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Louise Grunewald; 7th year English,
h a s been "completely removed, leav- the end of t h e meeting refreshments
Dorothy Cain; 7th year social science, Finster, '38; treasurer, Elizabeth
ing
more
floor
space
for
lockers,
His
were served.
S a t u r d a y evening, October 1, t h e
Grace l'orkey; 7th year science, Kath- Kelso, '38; secretary, B e t t y S h e r erine Conklln; 8th year mathematics, wood, '39; chaplain, Tlielma Miller, class of 1939 will have a reception h e a d q u a r t e r s is now s i t u a t e d i n P a g e
Esther Fraats; 8th year English, Robert '38; a l u m n a e secretary, J e a n M i t - for their sister class, t h e freshmen. hall, on the south end of t h e g y m n a „ • •• • »»
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Bain; 8th year social science, Ruth Dcri
Publish Handbook
shimer and Josephine Pesko; 8th year chell, '40; and marshals, Virginia T h i s a n n u a l g e t - t o g e t h e r is one of s i u m
T1
Even t h e floor Itself h a s been j
>e Junior handbooK staff distrigeneral science, C. A. Moose and Kath- Elson a n d Doris Saunders, sopho- t h e most i m p o r t a n t orientation p r o buled
four
h u n d r e d copies of t h e
erine Conklln; Oth year social scieuoe, mores.
g r a m s t h a t t h e f r e s h m a n can a t t e n d . changed somewhat. A new c o a t i n g '
Nullum Lewis; Oth your English, Stella
of cement has added luster to a spot f r e s h m a n handbook, according t o
As
yet,
Betty
Hayford,
president
Pi Alpha T a u : president, Florence
Sampson; Oth year Latin, Lizetto Parwhere formerly
there was only Robert E. Hertwlg. '39, editor-inshall ; Oth year French, Adelalilo Sell- Leblang, '38; treasurer, C h a r l o t t e of t h e class h a s n o t chosen h e r comchief
T h e b o o k ls b o u n d ln i m i t a
mid; Oth year algebra, Earle Cleave; Fox, '39; secretary G e r t r u d e Lerner, mittee completely but p l a n s a r e a l - cracks a n d gloom. This, t o g e t h e r , t i o n '
10th year French, Nancy Ingro; 10th '38.
ready u n d e r w a y to m a k e this one with t h e newly painted walls, h a s I a n d c ll ea sast h e r with t h e college seal
year bookkeeping, P. Anthony Miranda ;
n u m e r a l s stamped in gold
of t h e b a n n e r receptions of all times. given t h e whole room a more lighted i
10th year English, Dorothy Ilancr; 10th
P h i D e l t a : president, Virginia
and sanitary appearance.
on t h e cover. T h e handbook conyear history A, Elizabeth Kelso and Travis, '38; vice-presiaent, M a r i o n T h e e n t e r t a i n m e n t usually consists
T h e reflnishers did noo skip t h e tains t h e revised residence regulaof singing, dancing to some swing
Joseph Vldmar; 10th year biology, Young, '38; recording
secretary,
Elizabeth Coogan; 11th year French,
aggregration, a n d a skit showing the shower room, a d d i n g p a i n t to t h a t tions for women.
also together with a general clean
Charlotte Griffin; n t h year advanced E l e a n o r P r a t t , '40; corresponding less serious side of college life.
Associate editors were: Elizabeth
shordhand J. Bstelle Sommers; 11th secretary, Elizabeth Allen, '39; t r e a s up.
Baker. J o a n Byron, Charles E t t i n This event is t h e culmination of
year English Hazel Bough; 11th year urer, Lillian Hines, '39; m a r s h a l ,
C e r t a i n new rules have been for- ger, Leonard Friedlander, Virginia
plune geometry Martha Sclieid; 12th Doris Anderson, '38; a n d reporter, the junior guide activities for t h e
year history, Frank Ilildebrandt and Mary B u r l i n g a m e , '38.
year a n d a l t h o u g n t h e i r work con- m u l a t e d with r e g a r d s to t h e use of Hall, Joyce Maycock, Edgar O'Hora,
Charlotto Peck; 12th year physics,
tinues t h r o u g h o u t t h e year this is lockers, coming i n with t h e new r e - J e a n S t r o n g , a n d Charles Walsh,
Robert Decker; 12th year algebra, Elda
Alpha R h o : president, J e a n S h a v - t h e climax of their endeavors. T h e gime. Among t h e most i m p o r t a n t is juniors.
Hayes; 12th year Latin. L. A. Johnson;
'38; vice-president,
Florence freshmen a r e expected to a t t e n d
12th year chemistry, Edmund Bromley. er,
11:43 o'clock: 7th year general sci- Scheiderich, '38; treasure'-, K a t h r y n with their junior guide a n d they
ence, Slgmund Schwaber; 7th year O'Brien, '39; secretary, Hope Sweet, will be introduced to t h e faculty
mathemathic, Esther Smith; 7th year '39; a l u m n a e secretary, Emily Vogel, members present.
English, Florence Nelbach; 7th year '39; chaplain, L e a h Mekeel, '39; and
As t h e red a n d green Christinas
social science, Mabel Anderson and reporter, Eleanor Wise, '39.
I colors once a g a i n unite, t h e bond of
Muriel Home; 8th year general science,
Reliable H a i r c u t i i n g
Slgmund Schwaber; 8th year matheEpsilon Beta P h i : president, Mary friendship c e m e n t i n g t h e two will
matics, Catherine Roddy; 81 u year Zita Furey, '38; vice-president, B e t - be glued even more tightly. T h e
N E A R E S T T O STATE—BEST SEHVICE"
social language, Mildred Bodin ; Sth year
sociul language, Dorothy Clapp; Oth ty Philpott, '38; treasurer, Beverly friendships m a d e during t h e period
year English, Bernico Mackey; Oth year J o h n s o n , '38; recording secretary, of c u l m i n a t i n g in t h e junior r e c e p Latin, Ann Olson; Oth year algebra, C h a r i s B u m p , '39; corresponding tion will a d h e r e t h r o u g h the next
Edward Reynolds; Oth year Introduction secretary, Betty Corgel, '39; c h a p - two y e a r s a n d m a n y will last t h r o u g h
Geo. D. Jeoney, Prop
Dial 5-1913
to business, Kathryu Roektonwakl; lotli lain, M a r i o n Kelley, '38; m a r s h a l s , a lifetime.
year French, Gertrude Tryou; 10th
T h i s does not end t h e freshman's
year Latin, Helen Callenlus; lOlli vein' Elsie J a n e Miller, '38, a n d Helen
history, Margaret Hcnty and lOlixabeth Lannen, '40,
round of activity however as their
PhilpoM; 10th year biology, Martini
G a m m a P h i S i g m a : president, p e r e n n i a l rivals, t h e sophomores,
Conger; 10th year shorthand, Sophia
Jadlck; 11th year French, Mary Iruroy] Betty Coogan, '38; vice-president, will initiate t h e m into t h e friendly
11th year piano geometry, itiiili Frost; F a i t h Ellis, '39; treasurer, Mary clash on S a t u r d a y , October 8. t n
11th year English, Edwurd Flynn; 12th Caney,
'38; recording
secretary, this recpetlon t h e president of t h e
year history, Percy Forman and Rose Helen C a s h m a n , '40; a n d c o r r e - sophomore class, Lloyd Kelly, h a s
Berkowltz; 12th year English, Mary
a n n o u n c e d t h a t t h e class of 1941
Dowllng; 12th year chemistry, WJllnrd sponding secretary, Evelyn P a t c h l n ,
will begin to respect their elders a n d
GloftSOBj 12th year economics, Ruth '40.
t h a t a p l e a s a n t time will not be
Thompson and Fred Bamberger.
Sigma A l p h a : president, G r e t a h a d by all. D a n c i n g to t h e groove
12:40 o'clock: 7th year English, Janet Jackson, '38; vice-president, F l o r Dibble, 7th year social science, Richard ence Ringrose, '38; treasurer, D o r o - melodies of a n o t h e r barrelhouse o r 198-200 CENTRAL AVENUE
chestra will a g a i n be t h e feature of
ALBANY, N, V.
Cox; 7th year mathematics, Lois Howman; 7th year English, Jean Novak; Sth thy H u n t i n g t o n , '39; secretary, B e t - the evening.
year social language, Rose Cafarella] ty Bunce, '40; a n d recording s e c r e Sth year social language, Marguret tary, Alice Bartlow, '40.
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Noyes; Sth year English, Doris Anderson; 8th year social science, Lillian
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P h i L a m b d a : president, T r u d y
Moshor and Frances Wulnk; Oth year
Slsso
algebra, Leo Hlanel; Oth year algebra, Tryon, '38; treasurer, Mabel Parrell,
At the
Helen Blanohnrd; Oth year biology, '39,
Frances DeMlchele; IKh year general
science, Mary Sclunloder; Oth year
typewriting, Helen McCarthy; lot li year
Group Elects Officers
history, Thomas Ryau and John
Stromal; 10th year English, Helen
T h e Advanced D r a m a t i c s class
Green; 10th year French, Kllsmbetli conducted its first meeting of t h e
Drlscoll; llth year plane geometry,
Antoinette Don Vlto; tilth year book- year yesterday.
AT ALL STORES SELLING INK
You'll find
kuoplng, Joroina Perl: llth year EngAt t h e meeting under t h e direclish, David Smith; llth year French, tion of Miss Agnes E, F u t t e r e r , a s Dorothy Hunter; 12th year French,
the very best
Leonard llolmer; lath year physics, sistant professor of Lnglish, Vera
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L(JUIS lliagl; 12th year EnglUli. Mar- H a a s and R u t h Slnovoy, juniors
garet Burg; 121I1 year chemistry, Alfred
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Edward Iiaanan; Vili year English,
Kdllh Cutting; Stll year English, flolillc Weill Ira lib ; 8th year general science,
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Juniors To Conduct
Freshman Reception
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State College Pfi
VOL. XXII, No. 2
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER I, 1937
Formal Rushing
Will Begin After
Sorority Tea
Haner Selects Committees;
Hostesses and
To Dress
Guests
Informally
Albany Concern Robes State
Students and U. S. Presidents
By Betty Dunce
An interview with t h e academic
d e p a r t m e n t of Cotrell a n d L e o n a r d
of Albany reveals chat t h e r e is a n
interesting story about t h e caps a n d
g o w n s with which every college
s t u d e n t is familiar.
Caps a n d gowns were first used
in t h e twelfth and t h i r t e e n t h centuries, a n d were used a s a necessity
for w a r m t h in t h e cold, d a m p buildings of t h e middle ages. T h e schola r s a n d clerics used robes similar
to those in use to-day.
Cotrell and L e o n a r d h a s been d e signing gowns since 1887. In 1895
a n intercollegiate commission offered a code to American i n s t i t u tions. T h i s code described
the
v a r i o u s types of caps, gowns, a n d
hoods for a c a d e m i c d e g r e e s t o g e t h e r
with t h e proper colors to designate
the colleges which conferred t h e d e grees. Ninety-five p e r c e n t ol t h e
colleges of the United S t a t e s have
adopted
these
recommendations.
However, H a r v a r d still follows its
code. U n d e r t h e H a r v a r d Code all
hoods a r e w i t h o u t velvet t r i m m i n g
which is t h e distinctive factor of
all o t h e r hoods.
Gowns for the Doctor's degree a r e
also worn open, b u t have broad velvet panels down t h e front, a n d three
velvet bars on t h e full round, open
sleeves.
Gowns for both t h e M a s t e r ' s a n d
Doctor's d e g r e e s a r e preferably of
silk. O t h e r m a t e r i a l s used include
poplin, serge, wool serge, a n d corded silk. T h e hoods aro of the same
material as t h e gowns, but a r e lined
with silk. Some of the colors used
for t h e v a r i o u s d e g r e e s i n c l u d e :
divinity, scarlet; laws, purple; philosophy, blue; medicine, g r e e n ; lib r a r y science, lemon; pedagogy,
light blue; a n d economics, copper.
$2,00 PER YEAR, 32 WEEKLY
ISSUES.
Junior Class To Entertain
At Traditional Reception
885 Tax Tickets Sold;
'44) Again Takes Honors
Hayford to Extend
of
Welcome
Upperclass
Advisors
to Incoming
Class
On W e d n e s d a y n i g h t t h e s t u dent t a x sales reached t h e total
of 885, according to F l o r e n c e
Nelbach, senior m e m b e r of t h e
s t u d e n t board of finance.
I n t e r s o r o r i t y council will e n t e r Torrens Will Be Chairman
t a i n freshmen w o m e n and e n t e r i n g
w o m e n s t u d e n t s a t its a n n u a l I n t e r Annual Program to Feature
sorority t e a in t h e g y m n a s i u m of
Junior Skit a n d Dancing
P a g e hall, t o m o r r o w afternoon from
T h e s o p h o m o r e s topped t h e
In t h e G y m n a s i u m
3:00 until 5:00 o'clock.
list by buying 235 tickets. T h e
T h e class of '39 will play h o s t
j u n i o r s proved close c o m p e t i t o r s
Dorothy H a n e r , '38, Psi G a m m a ,
Cotrell and L e o n a r d h a s supplied
to the faculty a n d t h e f r e s h m a n
with purchases of 230 tickets.
president of t h e council, h a s chosen
m a n y of t h e n a t i o n ' s leaders with
class t o n i g h t a t a reception in P a g e
T h e f r e s h m a n class, which i n
the following c o m m i t t e e s to assist
their robes. E v e r y president of t h e
hall b e g i n n i n g a t 8:00 o'clock.
previous
y
e
a
r
s
h
a
s
usually
given
United S t a t e s since Grover CleveWillian T o r r e n s will a c t a s g e n e r a l
h e r : general c h a i r m a n , Chi S i g m a
the best showing, reached a
land and all t h e S u p r e m e Court
c h a i r m a n of t h e p r o g r a m .
T h e t a : o r c h e s t r a , Alpha Epsilon
total
of
only
200.
T
h
e
seniors
justices since 1898 have had their
T h e reception c o m e s a s a climax
bought 190 tickets. T h e g r a d Phi, a n d Eta Phi, flowers, G a m m a
robes supplied by this Albany firm.
of t h e n e w j u n i o r advisor system
uate
s
t
u
d
e
n
t
s
had
30
sales
to
O
t
h
e
r
notables
who
w
e
a
r
Cotrell
K a p p a P h i ; decorations, Beta Z e t a ;
instituted by t h e c l a s s of 1939, this
their credit.
and L e o n a r d g o w n s include M r s .
year. All f r e s h m e n will a t t e n d t h e
refreshments, Pi Alpha T a u , a n d
Coolidge, M r s . Roosevelt, Governor
g a t h e r i n g with t h e i r u p p e r c l a s s a d Delta O m e g a ; a r r a n g e m e n t s , P h i
E v e r y o n e is urged to secure
L e h m a n , J. E d g a r Hoover a n d
visors.
his
s
t
u
d
e
n
t
t
a
x
ticket
a
s
soon
Delta, a n d Epsilon Beta P h i ; floor,
Alexander Woollcott.
T h e p r o g r a m will begin in t h e
a s possible. Half-season t i c k e t s
Sigma Alpha, a n d Alpha R h o ;
a u d i t o r i u m w h e r e B e t t y Hayford,
will
be
on
sale
a
t
t
h
e
beginning
junior p r e s i d e n t , will welcome t h e
clean-up, K a p p a Delta, a n d P h i
The differences set up by the I n of next week for those s e e k i n g
incoming c l a s s in behalf of t h e i r
Lambda.
tercollegiate code a r e simple to u n t h e benefits of activities for only
sister class. A n a l l - s t a r cast cond
e
r
s
t
a
n
d
.
G
o
w
n
s
for
t
h
e
Bachelor's
A meeting of t h e council, T u e s one semester.
sisting of m e m b e r s of t h e j u n i o r
day noon, it w a s voted by t h e m e m - degree h a s a semi-stiff yoke, long
class will p r e s e n t a skit under the
pleated
front
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bers t h a t the hostesses, a s well a s
direction of R u t h Lewis.
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the
shoulders
and
back.
T
h
i
s
the guests, would a t t i r e in s t r e e t It is a m e l o d r a m a , p a n t o m i n i n g
gown m a y be worn open or closed
length dresses.
F o r T e a c h i n g P o s i t i o n s the h e a r t - a c h e s of a g l a m o r o u s Miss
a n d is distingutsned by its long,
Program Includes Campus
The A p p o i n t m e n t b u r e a u h a s a n - '41, caused by t h e college lover,
As in former years, t h e freshmen pointed sleeves.
nounced several r e c e n t additions to Paul P i t t m a n , t h e college siren, and
will be given cards as they e n t e r
Queen A n d Secretary
T h e M a s t e r ' s gown h a s t h e s a m e
the list of s t u d e n t s who have re P r u d e n c e a n d H i r a m , the h o m e the hall. On this p r o g r a m will be
yoke effect, but is worn open. T h e
Nominations
ceived t e a c h i n g positions in N e w town locals.
listed t h e o r d e r in which they a r e very long sleeve is s q u a r e a n d
York schools.
to visit the v a r i o u s sorority tables. closed a t t h e end with t h e forearm
At 9:00 o'clock t h e g y m n a s i u m
An a d d r e s s by Dr. A. R. B r u b a c h L a s t y e a r ' s g r a d u a t e s and w h e r e will become t h e c e n t e r of t h e actiThe music c o m m i t t e e h a s con- coming t h r o u g h a slit n e a r t h e er, president of t h e college, t h e
vity. T h e r e will be d a n c i n g to t h e
tracted t h e Imperial orchestra for elbow.
filling out of director c a r d s a n d the they will t e a c h i n c l u d e : M a r y R a n k ,
mellifluous melodies of L e w R i d e r ' s
the afternoon, a new band in S t a t e
n o m i n a t i o n s for C a m p u s Queen a n d commerce a t Munnsville; Stanley
orchestra
R e f r e s h m e n t s will be
social affairs.
s e c r e t a r y of t h e s t u d e n t association Todd, fifth a n d sixth g r a d e s a t
served.
will constitute t h e p r o g r a m for this Schodack L a n d i n g ; • a n d Claudia
T h e tea brings to a close the i n Assisting T o r r e n s a r e the followForgione, second g r a d e and m u s i c
m o r n i n g ' s assembly.
formal r u s h i n g period.
At 5:00
committees:
entertainment,
at t h e reservation school a t Nedrow. ing
o'clock S a t u r d a y afternoon the rules
T h e new directory board, u n d e r
R u t h Lewis; refreshments, LeoK
a
t
h
r
y
n
R
y
a
n
of
t
h
e
class
of
1932
for the formal n o n - r u s h period will
t h e editorship of Betty Baker, '39,
Friedlander;
music,
Betty
will teach commerce a t M a s s e n a n a r d
be enforced by t h e council.
will distribute curds in t h e s t u d e n t this
Baker.
year.
T h e m e m b e r s of I n t e r s o r o r i t y
assembly to be filled out with t h e
F a c u l t y m e m b e r s who have sponThose g r a d u a t e s t u d e n t s who se- sored the j u n i o r advisor p r o g r a m
council in the o r d e r of their foundnames, home addresses, Albany adCouncil
Will
Inaugurate
dresses, and telephone n u m b e r s of cured positions, a n d w h e r e t h e y will will be p r e s e n t to m e e t their g r o u p s
ing a r e : Delta Omega, E t a P h i ,
Community Contacts;
the students. Leonard Friedlander, teach, a r e : Harold Denoyers, elec- and t h e o t h e r freshmen.
K a p p a Delta, Psi G a m m a , Chi SigOfficial
Try-outs Monday
Marjorie c h a p e r o n e s for t h e reception, a s in
'39, Otto Howe a n d J a n e Wilson, tricity at B i n g h a m t o n ;
m a Theta, Alpha Epsilon Phi, G a m sophomores;
Adele
Ronan
and T h o m a s , English and library at past years, will be t h e twelve m e m ma K a p p a Phi, Beta Zeta, Pi Alpha
William Bradt, president of De- Brooks Roberts, freshmen, will c o m - B e m u s P o i n t ; a n d J a m e s Cochrane, bers of M y s k a n i a , senior h o n o r a r y
T a u , P h i Delta, Alpha R h o , Epsilon
society.
Beta Phi, S i g m a Alpha and P h i bale council, a n n o u n c e s the inaug- pile the d a t a so t h a t the Directory English ut Hoosac.
uration of an entirely n e w p r o g r a m will be published a n d distributed
Lambda.
in the field of State college debat- a m o n g the s t u d e n t s before the
ing. II will mark the most impor- T h a n k s g i v i n g recess.
t a n t c h a n g e in an e x t r a - c u r r i c u l a r
Voting on n o m i n a t i o n s for C a m p activity in the school.
The t h e m e of the new p r o g r a m us Queen will be m a d e by secret
is the popularising of actual stu- ballot under the direction ol Mysd e n t - c o m m u n i t y contact to bring k a n i a . All senior girls a r e eligible
#
about closer relationships between for the distinction, a n d those five
By J e a n Strong
i when the question w a s p u t to her.
the college and the community. receiving the highest votes a r e eli' " T h e funniest t h i n g w a s the weaE
m
e
r
g
i
n
g
from
his
hibernation
The State College P r e s s B u r e a u T h e topic of the season will be "The gible to rule over ilie a n n u a l C a m p - during tlic s u m m e r months, the In- ther at c a m p . I w e n t to bed with
two s w e a t e r s , si icks, p a j a m a s , wool
met for the first t i m e this y e a r on S t a t e Costitutional Convention of us day festivities. W h e n filling out
your ballot, place the year of your quiring R e p o r t e r again h a u n t e d the socks, cot tun socks, bathrobe, . . . ."
Tuesday at .'i:.'10 o'clock. P l a n s for ll).'i8."
class
on
the
first
line
followed
by
halls of S t a t e this week, t r a c k i n g —and while s h e was still e n u m e r the coming year were discussed.
T h e p r o g r a m of the council is
a choice for C a m p u s Queen on the
J e a n Strong, '39, was chosen to two-fold. Varsity d e b a t e r s will cir- second and your own n a m e on the down relentlessly various and sun- ating your r e p o r t e r snuck off to
act us c h a i r m a n of the organization culate t h r o u g h o u t tne capital dis- third. Only .students who huve puid dry m e m b e r s of t h e freshman cluss. one side firmly convinced t h a i R u t h
j would die l a u g h i n g on an Artie exd u r i n g Its third year, Four sopho- trict, addressing civic clubs and | l heir student lax may vote.
F e e l i n g Unit the new-comers pedition if she t h o u g h t the c a m p
mores were n a m e d to the b u r e a u : other organizations, ami leading
P a r d o n us
Betty Bunce, Robert Cogger. Otto public forums. A faculty committee i Nominations for s e c r e t a r y of stu- had been looked over and lectured i w e a t h e r w a s funny
consisting oi Mr. William Hardy, dclit association will also be made, to fur too much already, he eon- while we .sniffle!
Howe ami Sally Young.
n a n c y caused by the d e p a r t u r e fronted them with a question and
One sweet thing, who tor obvious
At the next, r e g u l a r meeting of i n s t r u c t o r in Knglish, Prof, D o n a l d ' t i n
the bureau u secretary will be V. Smith, prolessoi of economics. | ol Henry Taylor 40, from school an opportunity to pun ilie upper- diplomatic r e a s o n s shoulU remain
a n o n y m o u s , said the funniest tiling
chosen from a m o n g the sophomore Mr. Robert Rieuow i n s t r u c t o r ol j Any member ol tl • class of '40 who
classmen and Stale in general.
she had met up with was all the
m e m b e r s of the organization to suc- economics, and I h William F r e n c h , | hn paid his stud nt tax is eligible
i n s t r u c t o r of education, h a s been j I nomination
ceed Hubert l l e r i w i g , '39.
'What
lie said lo a very bewil- luncheon i n v i t a t i o n s she had receivappointed to make these community I This morning there will be voting
ed d u r i n g tile past week
Well, igThe press bureau will function us contacts.
dered
fri'sliinun,
"struck you as noruncc is bliss, and we guess the
T h e intercollegiate de- lor I'I (liii/aym 'musts lor tile senit means of c o m m u n i c a t i n g new.', bate and round-table
being the funniest thing you have poor d e a r h a s never heard of sordiscussion
about Stale s t u d e n t s anil their a c - schedule is twice us large as last ior class, and curds will be distributed lor the seniors lo lill out seen at Slate iii your first fort- orities!
complishments to t h e i r local news- j ear's.
Willi tin- addition of two
uighi here'.'" "Why," replied aforeSearcbin
for new angles, and
papers. A. such, il will become t h e debate courses to the curriculum i heir college activities blanks.
mentioned Irush .somewhat creslful- feeling that O'Horu's h a t s or Lonspublicity organ of the college
including s e m i n a r I'm varsity team
Tlic total m e m b e r s h i p of P r e s s members, better prepared t e a m s B u r e a u ' s F o l d e r s D u e
lenly,
I didn't sec a n y t h i n g t h a t dale's s h i r t s had surely caused some
Bureau includes: seniors, who act should be produced
O n M o n d a y , O c t o b e r 1 8 struck me us being p a r t i c u l a r l y comment, il n o t hilarious laughter,
we a p p r o a c h e d J e a n
Schaeffer.
as advisors to the g r o u p ; Richurd
T h e t r y - o u t s for varsity team a r e
The Appointment bureau aiinoun'Ton bud," sen we, s e t t i n g " F u n n y " queried she, "Why the funCox, Murjurio ('list, W a r r e n Dens- open lo sophomores, juniors, and • es thiii the deadline f i r senior ami f u n n y "
(jut for new fields, "No sense of niest lliing I've seen here since 1
morc ami Sophie Wnlzuk; juniors. seniors
Those competing will be g r a d u a t e s t u d e n t s ' folders is Moncame is M i n e r v a ! "
'Heresy!" we
Robert lleriwig, Edgar O'Hora, and prepared Monday, Oct. 4th, ul 4:30 day, October 18. P e r s o n a l inter- h u m o r . "
cried, " T a k e
back that
slander
.lean S t r o n g ; sophomores, Betty o'clock
Applicants will sign the views with l lie bureau for the above
But
your
I'eeping
Tom
hud
betagainst o u r m u t r o n goddess, or
Buncc, Robert Cogger, Otto Howe, list posted on main bulletin board.
s t u d e n t s will begin on Monday, ter luck in liis next venture. Dot
iJeuu Nelson will m u l u
and Sally Young.
October 25, All s t u d e n t s will sign
you eat
Johnson, also '41, said t h a t noon those w o r d s ! "
up
in
room
J2JA
C u b Classes to Meet
d a n c i n g bud m a d e u g r e u l i m p r e s But, being a s serious us our repuTo Receive Faculty
T h e a n n u a l News cub classes
To facilitate interviews with prin- sion on her. "1 don't see how they tation for frivolity ullows, the freshfreshmen
begin
this
week. cipals and .superintendents the a p - do it," complained the F r o s h fomme, men with one accord applauded the
Dr. A R Brubueher, president of for
tile college, will conduct u reception Classes will be conducted regularly p o i n t m e n t b u r e a u ' s offices a r e now
friendly spirit they hud found a t
for the faculty of t h e college in t h e during (lie first s e m e s t e r 1937-38 in rooms 121A and 121B, next door "It's so crowded und liotl" — t h e State, und showed a p p r e c i a t i o n for
Hear, tile
friendships
already
begun,
Lounge of R i c h a r d s o n hull on Mon- at no.HI in room 111 on Monday und lo their q u a r t e r s of last year. T h e s e C o m m o n s or the d a n c i n g ;
Whn! would A r t h u r M u r r a y | w ) , j t . j , | S j j „ o u r h u m b l e opinion, u
duy from 8:00 to 10:00 o'clock. Miss Tuesday. Edgar O'Hora h a s charge new rooms give additional space hour
L a u r a T h o m p s o n will do the cater- of (be Monday class a n d Robert which the bureau r e q u i r e s because s a y ?
p r e t t y nice c o m p l i m e n t to S t a t e ' s
l l e r i w i g , the T u e s d a y class.
ing for the event.
of its n u m e r o u s activities.
R u t h Sunlwuy m a d e u w r y face upperclassmen.
Address, Voting
In 11:10 Assembly
Debate To Start
New Program
Strong To Be Head
Of Press Bureau
Incoming Inhibited Innocents
Size Up Superiors' Sobriety
Page 2
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER i, 1937
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER i, 1937
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
Established by the Class of 1918
The undergraduate Newspaper of New York State
College for Teachers
Published every Friday of the college year by the News
Board representing the Student Association
Telephones: Office, 5-9373;; Wolzok, 2-6752; Smith,
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THE NEWS BOARD
SOPHIE WOLZOK
DAVID B. SMITH
ROBERT E, HERTWIC
EDOAR B. O'HORA
JEAN STRONG
MILDRED E. NIGHTINGALE
CHARLES W. GAYLORD
VICTORIA A. BILZI
Editor-in-Chief
Managing
Editor
Associate Managing
Associate Managing
Associate Managing
Editor
Editor
Editor
Business
Advertising
Circulation
Manager
Manager
Manager
THE NEWS STAFF
William Ryan
Charles Franklin
Men's Spoils Editor
Assistant Sports Editor
Associate Editors
Ramona Van Wie Albert Architzel Joyce Maycock
Charles Ettinger
Charles Walsh
Assistants to Business Board
Assistant Business Manager
Grace Castiglione
Assistant Advertising Manager
Joan Byron
Business Staff
Doris Parizot, Marcia Brown, Kenneth Haser, Harold
Haynes, Robert Cogger, John Newstead Mary
Gabriel, Elga Schiavi, Harriet Sprague
Reporters
Florence Adler, Caleb Augustine, Betty Bunce, Giacinta Capuana, Robert Cogger, Margaret Collines,
Sadie Flax, Bernice Freymeyer, Virginia Elson, Saul
Greenwald, Eloise Hartmann, Otto Howe, Yvette Hyman, Leonard Kowalsky, Hilda Kronovlt, Fred
Kurkhill, William McCraken, Robert McKenzie, Thelma Miller, David Minsberg, Jean Mitchell, Arthur
Phibbs, Louis Rickman, Lillian Rivkind, Savia Scumaci, Blossom Schwartz, Miriam Shapiro, Helen Smykla George Stangler, Barbara Van Patten, Jane
Wilson, Sally Young, Wilbur Valley.
Smoke, but no Fire
Well, we went to the bonfire! We arrived at 8:00 o'clock, ten minutes prior to
the scheduled beginning. On the appointed
moment, the fire was started. As the wood
blazed, the college songs were sung—nicely, with no particular enthusiasm.
As the fire increased in intensity, the
freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors
stepped fun her into the shadows. Then
came cheers and more singing. Everything
was done in a well-ordered fashion (except
for one song that kept cropping up during
every lull).
Everything was well-ordered. T h a t
was the point. People attending a bonfire
should be at the height of some emotion.
A bonfire should not be there for a result
to be gained from it; it should be a result.
Let it be understood that this is not a
slam at what was done last Saturday night.
ft is what was not done that caused that
affair to be so insipid. Speeches, humorous
preferred, for such an informal gathering,
could have improved everything greatly.
A history of the bonfire at State College reveals that it first came as a spontaneous get-together between the freshmen
and sophomores lor the purpose of
"burying the hatchet." It was the etui of
mascot hunt, and the rivalry spirit of both
classes was at topmost pitch. A spur-ofthe-moment decision sent everyone scurrying for wood. The program consisted of
"come what may," and everybody had a
hilarious time. It was such a success that
it was decided to make it a tradition,
Can an emotional outburst be timed
and executed with faultless order to make
it a tradition ? Saturday's answer seems
to be in the negative. If the purpose was
to increase friendships, the bonfire was a
d i s m a l failure, One came with one's
friends, sang, ran around in a very serious
snakedance, and departed for home with
one's same friends.
Freshmen probably think that this is
indeed a Staid College for Teachers.
Lectures and Laxity
State Students' Study Salons
Perplex Philosophical Peeper
The Lounge was found to be a
By Edgar O'Hora
swell place where soft chairs and
With
the
Red
invasion
(freshman
davenports invited sleep but reclin-COMMENTSTATERfrolickers) upon our delirious do- ing restfulnrss was taboo and study
The class of 1941 has been subjected to so many main, our attention has once again looked like a calm certainty here.
a piano player pounding
lectures and speeches lately, that we hesitate to com- been called to the scarcity of suit- However,
on the keyboard disturbed the
able study salons here.
mentstate at any length in their direction. We feel,
As we rambled from column to peaceful air of studiousness of the
however, that it would not be superfluous at this time collonade, we found people attempt- place.
I had no alternative; I had to reto drop a word of advice. Activities day saw a fine ing to concentrate in various nooks turn
to the Activities office to conof the building on our campus.
group of freshmen turn out and signify their interest Those learning lairs lay in four tinue my work there. The locked
main places, the library, the Com door, I thought, would keep out
in State's various activities.
mons, the Lounge and the Activities the inquiring innocents and the
noisy nuisances. However, here the
We sincerely hope that this show of interest will office.
chatter of persistent, pecking typists
mean more than just another signature on a scrap
In our enumeration of the pon annoyed my study. The raucous
of paper. State college has an extensive extra- dering places we will first tell of razzing of the inhabitants made the
the library. Here is the realm of Commons seem like a Valhalla. The
class program that is designed not only to provide all State's serious students. Here smoke screen erected by the puffers
recreation for its students, but also to afford them we find cogitating members of all of cigarettes and other nicotine
classes attempting to concentrate nicelics made me gasp. My quest
such imining and experience so as to enable them in an atmosphere filled with the for study was ended: I lit my pipe
to act as faculty advisors to any club or organization noise of rustling papers and drop- and added the haze of my peaceful
ped books. The ceaseless chatter pcrique to the turquoise shading of
they may be asked to proctor after they have entered of your neighbor and the never the atmosphere in this den of the
ceasing influx and departure of ser- upperclassmen,
the teaching field.
ious and supercilious scholars cause
So, if study can not be found in
Watch the NEWS and the bulletin boards for no- even the non-irritable genius to tear
tice of a meeting of any activity you have signed up his pate. Also the excessive warmth the environs of the school, I decided
to wait until dawn dapples the East
for and make a date with yourself to attend. Pay | causes many a diligent dreamer and and in a solitary room 1 would
many a dithering dolt to natch up
your dues and do your part toward making that on last night's non-existent napping. Harpoishly pursue that well-figured
dame, knowledge
organization a better one.
Beneath the library we find the
proletariat's perpetual paradise, the
We glanced around the assembly last Friday to Commons.
Here, your reporter
see how many took advantage of the fact that no seated himself and started to apply
himself to lessons. In a far corner
attendance record was taken and received the cus- the
'pangs' of a ding-dong ping-pong
tomary shock at the laxity shown by State upper- battle and the "I made it" of a
bridge fanatic broke through my
classmen in attending these gatherings.
absorption. The smoke of many
These weekly assemblies are college appointments cigarettes got in my eyes and the This week's dirt is so thick it's
that should be respected and treated the same as vocal renditions and whispering peeling off. And the Statesman goes
any other class meeting. Attendance, all other ideas whistles of my comrades caused me thicker and starts pairing off ia
to the contrary, is compulsory and each absence is to dash away to seek another place pun of sorts!,
to cogitate.
Tuppence reward for the mystery
carefully recorded against the name of the absentee.
woman
of the week-seven beer Alice
Although State college has no "cut" system, there is
who ventured forth with the Union
a limit to the number of absences allowed each stuscavengers . . . And what is Knox
dent . . . as a few of Dean Nelson's visitors can testify.
waiting for? It seems that Alladin's lamp went out and so he went
On the other hand, there is also the advantage
looking for the last living sparks
of being excused from the formality of handing in
of the bonfire . . . Last week we
At a meeting of the Freshman mentioned Gaffney in an end table
written excuses for absences all during the following
semester if you have a minimum of absences through- class Wednesday the following nom- incident. Now, it's Ungerer and a
inations were made for class offimixup with lace doilies at the EEP's
out the present semester.
cers:
residence. This feminist movement
Assignment of assembly seats will be posted on
President, Stanley Smith, John of the fraternities is reaching alarmthe main bulletin. Bind out where your seat is and Alden, Barbara Ferree, Clarence ing proportions. KDR has invested
Olsen, William Clark, Catherine In some exquisitely and profusely
occupy it each week.
O'Brien, Adele Ronan, Silvia Green- frilled kitchen curtains.
blatt, Frederick Day.
Close all the windows, doors, and
Vice-president, Edna Austin, Dorpassages. The Jeep is in
othy North, Betty Parrott, Beatrice secret
town-hold your head and pray.
Cower, Helen Powers, Anne Retiau, This
'dance' consists of an excepGeorge Hoonan, Douglas Dillenbeck, tional number of extraordinarily
John Alden, James Chappel, Nich- contortionistic hops.
olas Gianiania, Leslie Geitts, BlanThe usual number rl ambitious
The Appointment Bureau interviews which will be che Kirchenbaum, Robert Hertel.
conducted soon are now a puzzling matter to most Secretary, Robert Mesek, Virginia Frosh signed up for Myskania and
Signum Laudis . . . deluded innocents.
students. Their sole and simple purpose is to acquaint McDermott, Phyllis Ryan, Sara
. One of Life's trials-staying sober
Horowitz,
Beatrice
Schaefer,
Alma
the Appointment Bureau with the people it will have
Knowles, Raymond McCrey, Tillie the first week of practice teaching
to recommend for teaching positions.
Stearm, Edna Austin, Irving Smith. when a binge is most welcome. And
when we think that all those pracThe interview is to consist of a friendly chat in
Treasurer, Joseph Schwartz, Lee tice teachers have to stay sober for
which the individual tastes and preferences of the Dirling, Anna Acee, Stephen Ker- i semester wo wonder what the a r t
seniors and graduates will be made known to the sache, Elizabeth Coltinham, Isabella jf good fellowship is coming to
Robinson, Bella Laschinsky, HelBureau. An anticipation of the questions to be muth Selwen, William Lust, Helen
And for our 'it bears investigation'
asked and a concise answer prepared will greatly Lasher, Eugene McNally, Rosemary
department we'd like to have a 'vie'
Bureher, and Rose Lison.
facilitate matters during the interview.
investigation committee to find out
The Bureau's two-fold purpose of this meeting, is,
if there are any new tunes or good
Appoint
Campus
Day's
then, to obtain relevant information and to acquaint
recordings . . . and where in the
Sports, Stunt Leaders name of the seven vales or veils
itself with the seniors and graduate students.
Warren Densmore, '38, president did those crimson canlneering racof the student association, announc- keteers get those mountainous and
ed that Student council had ap- billious hats.
pointed the following as stunt
Leaning over the backyard fence
directors for Campus uay; seniors, the other apres-midi we learned
Edward Reynolds; juniors, Lee that tlie rushing offensive soon to
Jesse; sophomores, Betty Clark; and be put on will shame uie Shanghai
freshmen, Cyril Kill).
unpleasantness and the Francoliy Ramona Van Wie
The girl's athletic director for Loyalist difficulty no end. No holds
The Citadel, by A. J. Cronin
the day will be Christine Dorshlmer, barred.
The widely esteemed medical profession goes for '38, and the director of the men's
A prominent junior reports that
an interesting and highly effective "ride" in this athletics will be Thomas Ryan, '.')«. the only wuy to tell the freshmen
The directors of the stunts will. women.. from the veterans Is the
story of the young enthusiast who enters the pro1
He
ttH
^ey,proceed to
fession, a doctor with Ideals. Buffeted here und there hoose the stunt und will appoint 1!.?, .'".... '£_ ,,
.masses after the second bell rings.
committees
to
assist
them
In
preparby gentle, understanding Christine, who Is ever guiding ing it for the big event of the fall, Languor comes only with maturity,
workers, Andrew Munson flings bis ideals to the four Campus day. The athletic directors
Winchell department . . . what's
winds with u net profit which exceeds all his dreams, will take charge of all the day's in a name division . .
only to find that he is not satisfied with material .sports Including the rivalry pushWhat recent transfer to our favball contests between 'he freshman orite alma and so is being pursued
success without ills cherished principles. Conse- and
sophomores.
by u dark and handsome grud (also
quently he does an abrupt about-face and applies
recent) witli a Mcclain look In his
himself to the tusk of benefitting mankind with all
eye.
Entertains Myskania
the ardor of u man who has at last found his preJ Jr. A. it. Brubacher, president Note thut the handsome Charles
destined groove Through it all ho is watched over of the college, entertained the mem- is back on the job again under the
by gentle, understanding Christine, who Is over guid- bers of Myskania, senior honorary sumo old foreman. And another
ing him In her unobtrusive way toward the best outlet society, at a dinner conducted yes- dcxterious grail is having a mak
terday in the Collogo cafeteria. keeping Ills dates straight. Is it the
for his ability.
Those Myskania members who at-oath of hypocrite's that does that
To the reader who seeks justification for devotion tended a r e : Elizabeth Appeldoorn, to one?
to a cause, this novel will be truly profitable. For Dorothy Cain, Richard Cox, Warren
In conclusion may vvu ask how
the reader who seeks entertainment, the pleasing Leiismore, Herbert Drooz, Jean many shopping days 'til Xnms and
Edgcumbc, Muriel Goldberg, Leslie
many days before we huvo a
style which Dr. Gronin employs would be sufficient Knox, Thelmu Miller, John O'Brien, how
vacation
Justification for enjoying The Citadel.
Sully Wholun, and Sophie Wolzok.
THE MAN OF STATE
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Statesman
Freshman Class
Nominates Officers
Appointment
Bureau
Book of the Week:
Doctor Prefers Ideals
The
Pitchers
Tennis Contest
Discovers Stars
Freshmen Material Will Give
Strong Support to Varsity;
Cahn Heads Squad
Fall Season
Mohawks
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M A . A . Intramural Sports
To Commence October 4
And
The fall intramural program for avenue side of Hawley library.
men will open Monday, October 4, Horseshoe equipment will be availMattresses
with touch football, according to able at any time to players for sevJohn O'Brien, '38, president of M. eral days before the matches will
-B. CW. D. R.
A. A. The program consisting of take place. Volley ball equipment
State's annual tennis tournament
A,
A's
fall
season
opened with a outdoor sports, will extend as long will also be near at hand on ThursWe wonder about our open-letter has already swung under way with
as weather permits—until wind and day. It is requested however that
of last week . . . Intramural Council, Monday being set as the deadline fanfare and loud cheers this week snow drive State's athletes indoors. they be placed near the broad jump
nevertheless, has made a splendid for the completion of the first accompanied by a frosty flourish
Touch football, Softball and soccer pit so that the campus will not be
start . . . keep the good work up, matches. Fifty racqueteers h a v e from o r Man Winter.
Twenty-nine hardy souls turned will be played in the new field in disturbed. Teams for this sport
Pat . . . however, it's entirely up to entered the tournament which will
up for the initial hockey session back of the dorm. The only caution will also be pick-up affairs unless
these fifty contestants in the tennis be carried over into next spring.
the field is that players general demand desires a broader
tournament as to it's success . . . . This extensive program, and ex-one cold, cold afternoon. While the regarding
try
to
avoid
the baseball diamond scope.
veterans
brushed
up
on
their
dribwe hear rumors that O'Brien prom- ample of the splendid work of the
on
the
Northwest
corner of the Several men have already signed
bling
and
lunging,
the
beginners
ises awards for the winner and run- Intru-mural council, will necessitate
area. Equipment for those sports
ner-up . . . you've got until next the running off of the preliminary were given instruction in the art will be found ready at the dorm. up for a golf tournament to be conon the Municipal golf course.
spring to evade the issue, Johnny matches this fall and the finals in of wielding the stick by Dot Mac- The manager of each sport is to ducted
Play
will
be free. At least ten men
Lean,
'39,
captain.
Our
hockey
facthe
spring.
. . . advise to youse frosh . . , take
must be willing to join in or the
is getting all pepped up at the see to that.
advantage of this opportunity to The tournament already discloses tion
prospect of a practice game with
Touch football will make its ini- tournament will not take place,
strut your stuff . . . e s p e c i a l l y probable varsity material in a fresh- the
Mohawk Hockey Club tomor- tial appearance of the season this They must have their signatures on
man, Stan Smith, who began his
against varsity competition . . .
row morning at Beverwick Park.
The schedule for games the slip on the men's bulletin board
We've always believed two heads career with two love sets. However, The Mohawk Raiders are physical Monday.
places matches in this sport every within a week after its posting.
were better than none . . . 1 mean his engagement with varsity com- education instructors and coaches Monday at 3:45. If enough players
The big experiment of the seaone . . . the frosh basketeers will petition In later sets will determine from nearby schools, and they will are in existence, the games will be
son is probably the endeavor to
have plenty to be careful of this his utility.
be coached by Wilhemcna Meisiner, played between classes. A special establish cross country squads in
year . . . am I light, AmyotV . . . The Slate .squad will journey to well-known hockey entnusiust.
privilege will bo given to the sen- the various classes. It will be the
Drew this year to erase that heart
how about it Walke ? . .
Archery rates nearly as high as iors, because of the comparatively first time that this sport has ocWe sec that Stun Smith was the breaking fi-'I loss of last season
few number of men in their class, cured as other than a varsity affair
first racqueteer to win his match Only the best of breaks enabled the hockey with A. A.ers, for twenty- they will be allowed to pick up men at State. A course has already been
seven
of
'em
appeared
for
the
first
crack
double's
team
of
Drew
to
emvia two love sets . . . congratulations
meeting. Marion Keables made the from other classes. At least one marked out in Washington Park for
. . . keep going . . . put the frosh erge victorious.
round robin tournament is planned. those wishing to use it. Here, again,
Lost from lust years varsity squad first Bull's eye of the year. Quick on
on the map .
Softball will also be run on a class the men will have an opportunity
the
draw,
we'd
say
!
The men's locker room is pretty are Captain Harry Wheeler, Les
Juniors and Seniors ! ! Do youbasis. Games will occur each Wed- to show their desires in keeping a
quiet these days . . . it must be the Rubin, und Ed. Sabol. Harold Cahn
nesday of the week at 3:45, and new event in tlie actual running.
atmosphere . . . maybe the newand Will Frumenl, last season's want to get away from it all? Here's will consist of seven innings. BeA word of caution has been urged
paint job, eh Simmons? . . . or is lead-off men will resume their posts your chance! October 8, 9, and 10 cause of the space allowed on the by Patsy Miranda, '38, manager,
will
be
a
weekend
for
you
exclusivethis
season.
Both
Cahn
and
Frarivalry called off, Kelly? . . . who
ly—nobody else admitted a-tall. dorm field, it will be possible to run of intermurals regarding the use of
built the bonfire last Saturday night ment went undefeated throughout And
Phyllis Arnold, '39, informs us off two games at once and thus apparatus. Those people who use
last
year's
campaign.
on pitcher's box . . . no not on this
that
Camp Johnston has acquired keep all four classes playing at the any equipment are requested to
"box" . . . the one bacK of the dorm The doubles team of Cahn and sixteen new inner-spring mattresses! same time. A senior-faculty game replace it after use so that It will
. , . yes, Gaylord probably used this Rand and Framcnt and Pearson, plus So, now you needn't worry about is also planned this fall, although not be mislayed. Another point
box" to light it . . . he's on the last year's experience will make losing your beauty sleep.
no definite day has been set.
which cannot be stressed too much
New's stall' . . . nice, guy . . . did State a more formidable opponent.
Soccer makes its debut Friday at is that of support. Unless the proIn
case
the
freshmen
haven't
"Deac"
Penny,
Ed
Tomasiun,
Jack
you recognize the tall muscle-man
heard, every member of Student 3:45. Because Interest in the sport gram is given the maximum of
heaving "trees" on the bonfire . . . Murphy and Ken Doran, all veter- association
can become an active will probably be small, there will be attention it cannot be carried out
ans
of
last
season,
will
be
back
you're right . . . it was Peattle . . .
member of A. A. by completing one no interclass competition. Teams thoroughly. The objective of intraagain.
developing that throw to second . . .
murals is to interest every man in
sport, and there are class numerals will bo picked up at the field.
Green ran around a lot for the All those racqueteers who feel for those who stick by a quartet of
It is planned that horseshoes and some form of athletics and the
themselves
fit
for
varsity
competiamount of work he did . . . maybe
them for the required time. Here's volley ball games be played off of program has been planned with that
he's going to be the dark horse in tion are asked to communicate with luck!
the campus, off the Washington aim in mind.
Harold
Cahn,
captain
elect.
It
cross country . . . could you use him,
would
be
wise,
however,
for
the
Bud . . . by the way . . . we hear
DeRusse will be collecting a few prospective varsity material to wait
more meets this fall . . . the whole until such victories in the intravarsity cross country team is back mural tournament would warrant
. . . buck where? . . . no, not in the their acceptance on the varsity
squad.
woods . . . oh, wise guy, eh? . . .
Last season State's varsity tennis
Say chum, , . . when is frosh basketball practice gonna begin? . . . squad claimed a brilliant victory
there's plenty of frosh rearing to go over Bard College, but lost a de. . . Junipers havo one locked up . . . cision contest to R. P. I. In their
by the looks of some of the frosh . . . succeeding engagement. Drew Uniwell, . . who said couching was a versity eked out a narrow 5-4 win
"snap"? . . . no, you've got me wrong over the State racquetters to teragain . . . I don't mean Mr. Hat- minate a scanty season which refield's coaching course . . . keep sulted from rains and lack of
your eyes on Walko and Amyot suitable courts.
The lack of courts last year preduring those frosh tilts when the
scoreboard reads 60-2 . . . in whose sented a problem which will bo
favor? . . . why, . . . no I really can't overcome this year and as a result
next spring will find the varsity
say myself.
We regret the loss of Hank Taylor crew with a full schedule.
. . . he proved a good man on M. A.
A. Council last year . . and you of
the class of '40 were truly represented . . . Mis cheerful presence will
surely be missed by those of us
who knew him . . . and who didn't
Prospects for State's Cross Counknow him? . . .
A flush of red . . . a flash of red try team look very favorable at
. . . whatsit? . . , don't blush boys present will all of lust season's varit isn't red flannels . . . it's just sity squad returning this fall.
A Wholly New and Superlative Model
Manager Joe DoRusso, '38, has
the frosh going to Beverwyck exhibiting shivering torsos in their announced that a trial run rwith
o f t h e Revolutionary Sacless P e n
Union bus been arranged.
3ard
new crimson track punts . . .
and
Delhi
have
also
been
scheduled
The frosh . . a tip . . . start
—Parker's Speedline
Vacumatic!
in iseying around . . looking for und ncgotutlon.H are being made to
add
Conn.
State
und
Hamilton
to
beef and brawn for the coming
And not merely modern in style,
Stop today at any good pen
push-ball contest . . . and don't look the Teachers' list of adversaries.
counter and see Parker's latest und hut modern also in mechanism. Its
DeRusso expects to havo a few more
for the beef in the Annex's sand- additions
greatest achievement—the Parker revolutionary SACLESS Diathe tentative schedule
wiches . . . them days is gone for- before theto
Speedline Vacumatic. A princely phragm Killer radically departs
fall campaign swings unever . . .
new model of the Pen that does from curlier types, whether they
der way.
We wonder when the sophs will
huvc a rubber ink sac or not. A
what no other pen cun do.
Lust
season
the
Teachers
traintouch the frosh how to use the
Here's u new all-time high in ink patented invention—GUARANpled
under
the
Delhi
Aggies
to
the
showers? . . . the locker room is so
capacity, yet size reduced to a TEED mechanically perfect.
clean now
and showers are free tunc of 20-28. Tony Wiiczynski, '30,
Once you try this pedigreed
slender, restful Speedline.
in
leading
the
State
harriers
to
vic. why not eliminate li. O. ? . . . we
A Pen thai shows the ENTIRE Beauty, witli i t s murvelous
tory
covered
the
2.8
mile
route
In
hear that a certain freshman is
ink supply—shows when to refill Scratch-Proof Point, you'll feel
"spurting a turtle" . . . Greenwald, 18:43.
—hence one that never runs dry sorry for anyone who doesn't have
State
annexed
its
second
win
of
is not clipping time well over-do?
it. Go and sec und try it: today. The
in classes or exams.
ill course, we go by lust year's tlie season last fall when they trav$JSO
The world's smartest style— Parker Pen Co., Juncsvillc, Wis.
eled
to
Annandale
to
out-race
the
calendar . . wc would like to know
Parker's exclusive laminated Pcurl
M/tkaraitf Qu/n/t, the nuw pan-cltumHard
runners
83-23.
Bud
Haynes,
il Arnold received u threat from the
nit! writing ink. ISv, 25c und u p .
and Jet—wholly original.
shuttered the 4.1 mile record set
frosh
or was the mustache just '38,
in
11)32
by
breezing
through
in
23:42.
ilcliy.
Tony Wllc/.ynski came hot on HayFrom all reports the frosh sche- nes1 heels to claim second pluee
dule is anything but "weak"' , • . lutll'cls.
Hponcu has done a good job well . . .
A meet with tlie speedy Coblcsklll
with Mount Pleasant as an opener
HOLDS 102H MORE INK
Aggies was postponed last season,
two heud.'i will certainly be big und
THAN OUR FAMOUS DUOFOfD
the
State
harriers
are
looking
heads
If . . . yes, if the Dorpiuns forward with hot. anticipation for a
run true to form . . . Noll. Terrace clash this year.
and C B. A. will clash witll the
men of lust year returnfrosh again this year . . the class ingVarsity
are: Captain Harold Baylies '38,
of '.'lit still curry vague memories of Manager Joe DeRusso '38, Ed. Reythose two tilts . . . Schenectady nolds "Mi. Jimmy Johnson '38, Tony
Vocationul is u newcomer to a State Wilczynski 3D, Walt Russ '3(1, and
frosh schedule.
Frank Hickman '40, Prospective
M. A. A. welcomes all transfer candidates are; Louis Fruneollo '40,
GUARANTEED MECHANICALLY PERFECT
students into its fold . . you frosh, Steve Szuwlowski '40, Dave Minsberg, '40, und Walt Kilmer, '41.
too.
Puns, $5, $7.50, $875, $10. Pencil* lo match, $2.50, $3.50, $3.75, $5.
Box
Because It's Got What It Takes
State Harriers Show
Experienced Line-up
It's the College Choice
over any two others combined
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER i, 1937
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Rienow Will Address
Y. W. C. A. To Have
Faculty Members
Relations Club Meeting
There
will be a meeting of the
First Regular Meeting International
Attend Convention
Relations C l u b on
Members of the administration of
the college have been attending various teacher's and superintendent's
meetings in the state.
On September 24 and 25 there was
a convention of the state teacher's
colleges and normal schools. Dr.
A. R. Brubacher, president of the
college, attended this meeting.
On' September 27, 28, and 29, there
was a council of superintendents
at Saranac Inn, Saranac Lake. Dr.
Milton G. Nelson, dean of the college, and Dr. John M. Sayles, principal of Milne High School, were
present at this convention.
Announces Guardians
Myskania announces the class
guardians for the year 1037-1938.
For the seniors, Thelma Miller and
Sally Whelan; for the juniors,
Elizabeth Appeldoorn and John
O'Brien; for the sophomores, Jean
Edgcumbe and Sophie Wolzok; for
the freshmen, Muriel Goldberg and
Richard Cox.
Y. W. C. A. will conduct its first
business meeting of the year Monday at 4:25 o'clock in the Lounge of
Richardson hall. Jean Edgcumbe,
'38, president of the association and
member of Myskania, will present
the season's business and the program for the year.
Among the highlights of the fall
schedule will be a candlelight service on October 11 for the induction
of new members into the Y. W. C. A.,
several informal discussion meetings with guest speakers, and a
meeting of the newly created Freshman commission which has been
designed to give the class of '41 a
good start in the organization.
Later in the year, 'Y' hopes to
sponsor a musical comedy and a
fashion show. To furnish headquarters for these activities, the Y.
W. C. A. office in the Commons is
being redecorated under the direction of Miss Helen Curtis, Student
Christian Movement secretary, All
women students are invited to stop
in to meet Miss Curtis.
Opp. High School
Francis E. Cox
The Uptown
(fition
OPTICIANS*
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COMPUTE OPTICAL StRVlCt
Dial 5-1913
Geo. D. Jeoney, Prop
Optometrist
171 Central Ave.
Between Robin St. and Lex. Ave.
Albany
wmm
To Apply for Loans
All students who are planning to
ask for loans during the year 19371938 are requested to make their
needs known by Friday, October 1,
Thursday, October 7 at 4:30 in the to Miss Wallace in Room 6 of RichLounge of Richardson hall. Mr. ardson hall.
Robert Rienow of the Commerce
and Government departments will
State College Stationery
give an address on the topic "ComWITH SEAL
merce and Cannons."
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OQ
The aim of the club is to create
« " Envelopes Oo\i
a more active interest in history,
both past and present.
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Balloting on Senior 'Mosts'
Will Be on Popularity,
Beauty a n d Ability
Salisbury to M a k e Address
o n F a r E a s t W a r Crisis
to P e a c e C l u b
.. .because they're
made of MILD RIPE
tobaccos
•.. they'll give you MORE PLEASURE
TO ADDRESS '41
Myskania to Explain Traditions and Class Rivalry
Rules to Entering Class
The majority of departmental
SHORT SKIT TO FOLLOW
clubs of State college have organized
and received the freshmen, or will
Lloyd Kelly, Class President,
Student
Council
Nominees
in the near future.
Will Address Yearlings
The executive committee of the
Will Briefly A d d r e s s
Peace club offers a fine inducement
at Annual Reception
Association Today
to attend its organization meeting,
Tuesday, at 4:30 o'clock in the
The class of 1940 will entertain
Lounge of Richardson hall. Dr. WilToday's assembly will be devoted
the freshman class from 8:00 to
liam S. Salisbury will speak on "The
mainly to business procedure enliv11:30 o'clock tonight in Page hall.
War Crisis in the Far East." The
ened by a few State College cheers
Doris Shultes and Harriet Sprague
members of this committee are
and songs, according to Warren
are co-chairmen of the reception.
Gweneira Williams, Ramona Van
Densmore, president of the Student
Festivities will open in the auditWie and Percy Forman, seniors;
association.
orium with a welcoming address by
Herbert
Engic
and
Ruth
Sinovoy,
Voting on the Senior "mosts" will
Lloyd Kelly, president of the class.
juniors; and Haskell Rosenberg, '40,
be first In order. As a result of this
Kelly has stated that the talk will
as
announced
by
Herbert
Drooz,
'38,
tabulation the following will be
be a word of warning to the yearlchairman.
chosen: the most beautiful girl and
ings upon the strength of the secthe most handsome man; the most
ond year class.
The Mathematics club will initiate
popular girl and the most popular
its active year at its organization
Myskania will be present to exman, and the girl and man who are
meeting, Thursday night, October 14,
plain State's traditions and the rules
most representative of State college.
at 7:30 o'clock in room 101. The adof inter-class rivalry and to act as
In addition to the four girls who
dresses will be given by student
chaperones of the evening.
were chosen last week as nominees
speakers, Lois Bowman, '38, reportThe opening address will be folfor Campus Queen revotes will be
ing on "A Graphical Solution for
lowed by a short skit demonstrating
Warren Densmore, '38, memLloyd
Kelly,
sophomore
presitaken for the choice of the fifth
the Complex Roots of a Cubic," and
to the freshmen the humorous side
ber of M.vskania, who will head
dent who will welcome class of
nominee. The four favored ones
Leslie Knox, '38, discussing "The
of the classes' rivalry. The stunt
today's
assembly
In
voting.
'41.
thus far are: Dorothy Cain, Janet
Problems of the Bank Officers."
will be directed by Lynn Dibble,
Dibble, Muriel Goldberg and Lucille
chairman of the entertainment comThe
German
club
reception
for
Zak. It was impossible to determine
mittee.
the class of 1941 will be Friday, Octhe fifth candidate because of the
At 9:00 o'clock the sophomores will
tober
15,
from
8:00
to
10:30
o'clock
misspelling of the name, Olsson, (or j
escort the freshmen to the gym
in
the
Lounge
of
Richardson
hall.
Olsen), there being in the senior |
where the group will dance to the
The following committees have been
class one Anna Olsen and also one
music of Nelson Carl and his "offappointed: publicity, Ruth HoffAnna Ol.sson. Five or six different
the-elbow" orchestra. After a period
man, '38, and Louise Smith, '40; re- Thomas Ryan Will Head Croup,
spellings of this name resulted in
of dancing there will be a respite
freshments, Mary Arndt, '40, and
complete con fusion in counting the
Will Have Bulletin Board
when refreshments will be served.
ballots. This does not mean voting- L o g a n S t a t e s R e g u l a t i o n s Elizabeth Arthur, '39; entertainment,
The chairmen have announced
Kathryn
Happel,
'39,
and
Lillian
will be restricted to these two girls.
Last n i g h t at 8:00 o'clock, that the faculty has been invited to
to Keep C a m p u s Clean
Brown,
'40.
A
program
of
music,
Student body may vote for any othgames and refreshments has been Kappa Phi Kappa, a national hon- come and meet the followers of the
During the Year
er girl in the Senior class except
planned.
orary educational fraternity, met In red and white,
anyone of the four already chosen.
The committee chairmen assisting
a fall round-up with faculty guests
The
club
is
trying
to
organize
a
Campus Commission, headed by
The sophomores who were chosen
.Miss Dibble and Miss Sprague are:
German
band
at
State.
At
present
last week as candidates for the of- Sally Logan, '38, has announced new
and the vicinity alumni. The active 1 0 a 1 e b Augustine, arrangements;
fice of Student Association secre- rulings for the coining year. As an- there are ten students who have ex- officers for the year are: president, j Marcia Brown, refreshments; John
pressed
their
desire
for
such
an
ortary; Larry Balog, Joseph Cappiello, nounced in assembly, they are:
Thomas Ryan, '38; vice-president, Shearer, cnaperones; Joseph CapRoswell Fairbank, Willard Frament,
1. The bulletin board must be kept ganization. Any students interested L a r r y Strattner, '39; secretary, piello, reception; and Constance
Haskell Rosenberg, and Rita Sulli- free of notices which do not con- in such an undertaking should com- Frank Hildebrand, '38; treasurer, Nicholas, publicity.
van, will each give a one minute cern a good percentage of the stu- municate with Carl Schoeffler, '39, Kenneth Wade, '38.
speech on his or her qualifications dent body. With the exception of president,
GRADUATES SECURE
for the office, If the oratory and faculty notices, permission must be
A reception of the Spanish club The organization lias amended its
PLACES
content of these hopefuls' eulogies secured from Miss Logan, This rul- in the Lounge last Wednesday in- constitution so as to provide for a
prove as interesting and well-prepar- ing applies to all bulletin boards stalled the officers of 1937-38 as fol- new office of assistant secretary to T h e appointment bureau anmaintain
its
correspondence.
The
ed as those of last Spring, there is which do not belong to some indivi- lows: president, Louis Weiss, '39;
nounces the placements of four State
much to look forward to.
vice-president, John Stromei, ' 38; president appointed Patsy Miranda college graduates. They are: Luella
dual organization of the college,
to fill the office.
Worsen, '36, arithmetic and geome2. Only notes of at least three by secretary, Immaculate Pa'stor, '38;
During the Assembly the walls of
From now on, Kappa Phi Kappa try, Amsterdam Junior High school;
the auditorium will echo once more live inches should be placed in the treasurer, Antoinette Don Vito, '38.
with some of the familiar songs and mailbox. Any smaller will be re- Four more meetings of the club are will be granted a bulletin board of Dorothy Hedges, '36, commerce, East
cheers of college tradition. The songs moved, as they are hard to handle. scheduled tor the study of Spanish its own in the main hall of Draper, Islip; Lois Potter, '36, English and
will be led by Mary Tralnor while Homework papers or circulars should history and traditions. Professor where local and national news will library, Calbioon; Frank Champ, '37,
English, South Glens Falls.
Marion Kingsley and Gordon Peat- be kept out. Also, students should Stinard has a quantity of colorful be posted.
tie will caper away capably with a not have money sent them In school, pictures and curios to present to the
as no responsibility Is assumed by group.
Tew cheers.
the college or student authorities In
The International Relations club
case of loss. Letters containing sent a delegation to a social meeting
money, and all other mail should be of the Foreign Policy Association at
sent to the Albany address of the the History and Art Museum, last
student, and not to the college, since Wednesday. Ramona Van Wie, '38,
it arrives quicker and safer that way. Ruth Sinovoy, Jean Strong and
— shows a stage coacn with four
by Robert E. Hertwig
3. The Lost and Found depart- Margaret Mattison, juniors; Lillian
The Appointment Bureau anIs that supposed to be State col- horses in front of the original Van
Rlvkind, '40, and Mary Miller and
ment
is
under
the
direction
of
June
nounces that all those seniors and
Charlotte Ritchie, freshmen, served lege? Who are all the people on the Rensselaer Manor House;
graduate students who have not fol- Palmer, '3D. She has free hours tea at this gathering at which Bis- campus? Who is the lady with the
Panel III—the left half within the
lowed Instructions as to their folders from 1:30 to 3:30 o'clock every day hop Oldham recounted his summer baby in her arms? Is that Ben arch—is based on an old picture of
in
which
persons
may
consult
her.
do so Immediately.
Franklin down there in the other Albany supposed to have been made
There Is also a Lost and Found bul- travels through England.
In France in 1783 and represents the
Folders are to be obtained in letin board, which Is very helpful in
panel?
Room 121A as soon as possible. At locating lost articles and owners.
All these and many other are the beaver trade and the sloops carrying
the same time the student's schedule
questions that have been asked skins to New York. (Albany was or4. An especial effort is being made
card must be filled out completely,
about the added panels to tho iginally called Beaverwyck, because
especially as to free hours and room to keep the Commons and tho
murals on tho library wall In Gide- of its beaver trade);
numbers of classes. Also at this Lounge clean. Several complaints
on Hawley hall. After much research
Panel IV—the right half within
time, all seniors and graduate stu- have been made about the litter on
and many interviews, tho Nuws re- the arch—is based on a picture of
the
balcony
01
the
Commons.
dents will sign up for an Interview
William Bradt, '38, president of porter discovered the following in- State Street in 1805,
with the Appointment Bureau. These
5. Last year, Campus commission Debate council, announced this week teresting facts,
Panel V—to the right 01 the arch
Interviews will begin on October 2ft. requested that smoking be confined that eight new members had been
Tho murals are composed of —is a picture of the Constitutional
to
the
Commons,
as
It
Is
unsightly
chosen
tor
the
varsity
debate
squad
On or before October 2ft the foldscenes depicting various stages in House in Kingston. A secretary is
ers are to be returned, filled out, on the peristyle or steps, and makes lor the season 1937-38.
tile history of Albany and vicinity, reading the Federal Constitution to
wlili name and dale returned writ- an unsightly Utter. The commission
The members are: Leroy Irvls and with a continuous skyline to give tlie crowd gathered,
ten on the outside of the envelope again urges students to oboy this Franklin Kehrlg, seniors; Duuton them continuity.
Panel VI—over Miss Cobb's office
In pencil. The dollar fee to cover ruling.
Tynan and Charles Walsh, Juniors;
The panels on the north wall were —presents the artist's conception of
mailing expenses is due by Novem(j. In order to relieve noontime Haskell Rosenberg, Harriet Sprague, completed last year, while the east tlie Erie Canal as ho remembered it
ber 29.
congestion at the mailbox, It is re- Rita Sullivan and Jane Wilson, soph- wall and parts of the south wall from his boyhood days.
were covered during the past sumGraduate students will please in- quested that dancing dates be met omores.
Tho new panels across the eastern
dicate to the Appointment Bureau in the Commons or the peristyle InIn order to have better prepared mer. When the work is completed, wall of the hall picture such historiwhether or not they would be Inter- stead of at the mailbox.
teams for a hard schedule ahead, all of the walls will be covered.
cal memories as tlie first railroad
ested In a position at any lime. That
7. Last year's ruling concerning Mr. William Hardy, coach of the deThe various scenes and their loca- train in the United States. This
Is, whether they would leave their passing to assembly is again in ef- bate squad, has announced that all tion on the walls are:
train made its run from Albany to
studies for a teaching position dur- fect during fair weather, As Milne members must attend a seminar to Panel I—over the entrance from Schenectady about 1830, The railing this college year.
High students pass down tho stairs be held every Wednesday at 4:35 in the peristyle—shows Henry Hudson's road station which was discarded in
See page two oi this issue for fur- of Husted hall to lunch, State col- room 28. Those who are taking de- Half Moon sailing up the Hudson 1844 to become the first home of
New York State College for Teaehther Important information concern- lege students should use the upper bate courses are not required to at- river;
tend the seminar.
peristyle in going to assembly,
ing the Appointment Bureau,
Panel II—on the left of the arch (Oontinued on page >i, czhmn i)
REVOTES ON
ALBANY, N. Y.
CONDUCTS MEETING
QUEEN
Kappa Phi Kappa Has
Election of Officers
Reporter Replies to Questions
Regarding the Library Murals
Bureau Instructs
Seniors, Graduates
MY*»» TOMSW CO.
' ~~~~~~
b, 1937
Department Clubs
Assembly Will Feature
Sophomores to Entertain
Begin Activities
First Business Meeting Of College Year
Rival Class in Page Hall
Commission Head
Announces Rules
e<wi*iw 'Si', bean *
i \
FRIDAY, OCTOBER
Varsity Debate Adds
Eight New Members
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