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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER 29, 1937
Smith, Dower
Will Lead Class
Nelson and Bulger
Newman Will Have
Attend Conference
Annual Communion
Members Especially Emphasize
"Extra-Class Activities"
Stanley Smith and Beatrice Dower
L a s t S a t u r d a y t h e Central School
will lead t h e freshman class through
its first year at State, as president Sections of t h e Association of Acaand vice-president respectively, as demic Principals convened in Syrat h e result of a n election of t h e class cuse. T h e meeting was a t t e n d e d by
which was conducted by Myskania Dr. Milton G. Nelson, d e a n of t h e
college, a n d Mr. Paul Bulger, secrelast T h u r s d a y .
tary of t h e Appointment Bureau.
The various o t h e r officers who
T h e topics for discussion were:
were elected a t t h e same meeting "Extra-Class Activities" a n d "Cafeare as follows: Robert Mesek, sec- terias in High Schools." T h e subject
r e t a r y ; Rosemary Brucker, treasurer; "Extra-Class Activities" was p a r t i c songleader, M a r y Miller; cheerlead- ularly stressed.
ers, Dorothy Peak a n d S t e p h e n
Today teachers a r e being placed
Kusak; reporter, I r e n e Poger; repre- in charge of a wide variety of e x t r a sentative on M. A. A., S t e p h e n Bull. class activities. Many schools have
At a meeting conducted t h e prev- clubs, including such unusual ones
ious Tuesday u n d e r the supervision as knitting a n d rifle clubs besides
of Myskania, F r a n c e s R i a n i was t h e more common d e p a r t m e n t a l and
chosen as representative on W. A. A. journalistic organizations.
T h e cabinet of t h e class met Wednesday noon with Muriel Goldberg
German Club to H a v e Hike
a n d Leslie Knox, members of MysT h e G e r m a n Club will conduct a
k a n i a a n d f r e s h m a n class guardians,
hike, weiner a n a marshmallow roast
to draw up t h e year's budget. A S u n d a y afternoon.
Meet a t t h e
meeting h a s been scheduled on Mon- Western avenue e n t r a n c e to Draper
day for class discussion of this bud- hall a t 2:00 o'clock. I n event of rain,
get. No further plans have yet been the hike will take place Monday aftformulated, according to S m i t h .
lernoon at 4:30 o'clock.
N e w m a n club will conduct its a n n u a l communion breakfast S u n d a y
morning. Mass will be said a t 8:30
o'clock in t h e grotto a n d will be
followed by breakfast in the Vincentian I n s t i t u t e cafeteria. F a t h e r J o h n
F o r m a n , diocesan director of the
Christian Doctrine, will officiate.
About one h u n d r e d a n d fifty people
a r e expected to attend.
T h o m a s Ryan, '38, will be the
toastmaster. Victoria Bilzi, '39, is
general c h a i r m a n of t h e Religious
Activity committee. She is assisted
by Charles Kelly a n d Joseph Wells,
juniors; J a n e t Byrne, '40; a n d Ellen
Hurley, C a t h e r i n e O'Bryan, Evelyn
Olivet, and Leonard Varmette, fresh-
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THE SENIOR HOP
With Joe Haymes and His Orchestra
N. Y.,
NOVEMBER,
5, 1937
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WEEKLY ISSUES.
Senior Hop Opens State Social Season
Sorority Dances to Climax Week-End
Students Elect
Len Friedlander
Assembly Head
Sororities Will Conduct
Annual Fall Dances
Tomorrow Night
Constitutional Convention
To Conduct Bi-weekly
Assembly Meetings
LIST C O M M I T T E E
HEADS
HOP CHAIRMAN
H a y m e s Orchestra to Give
Novel Entertainment
For S o c i a l i t e s
N E W S ' LIST C O U P L E S
With the election of Leonard F r i e d lander. '39. as speaker; Richard
T a x i s to C o n v e y C o u p l e s
N e w H o u s e R u l e s for W o m e n
Lonsdale. '39, as clerk; and the apAt Reasonable Prices
Extend Late Leaves
pointment of J. Edmore Melanson,
T o Colonie Club
'39, as publicity director, the State
T o 2 : 0 0 o'Clock
College Constitutional Assembly, the
Tonight the dance "is t h e t h i n g "
first of its kind 10 be established in
T h e second event on the weekend's
frr all those S t a t e college couples
any college of the state, got under
social calendar will be the annual
who have intentions of a t t e n d i n g
way Tuesday a t the first session in
| fall house dances conducted by the
the Senior Hop at the Colonie club.
room 2U6 of Draper hall.
sororities of State. Dancing will be
C h a i r m a n for the occasion. Miss
T h e assembly inaugurated its sesfrom 9:00 o'clock to 1:00 o'clock and
Dorothy Cain, vice-president of t h e
sions with the adoption of the orgirls will be allowed late leave until
Senior class and member of Mysganizing committee's report to have
2:00 o'clock.
kania, has announced t h a t dancing
an assembly of the entire studenl
T h e sorority presidents a n n o u n c will begin at 9:00 o'clock and will
body, headed by a speaker and clerk,
ed the committees for Ihe house
continue until 2:00 o'clock.
Joe
and divided into senatorial districts.
dances as follows:
Haymes and his lads will be on h a n d
T h e group heard Mr. Robert Rienow.
lor the swing session.
Delta Omega: general c h a i r m a n .
Instructor in government and faculty
Alice Holt. '38; food, Betty Clark, '40;
In order to facilitate t r a n s p o r t a advisor, s t a t e t h a t if was the intendecorations, lrnia Anderson, 38; ortion to and from the club the taxi
tion of t h e assembly to exert preschestra. Billie Castiglione. '39; cleancommittee has a r r a n g e d a novel
sure "wherever necessary in its
up. Peggy Hora. '39: programs,
idea for those who may desire to
interests, and m e n to "buttonhole"
iDorothe
Posson,
"40.
take advantage of it. Through t h e
the delegates in order to effect the
Eta P h i : general c h a i r m a n , Milcooperation of one of the companies
adoption of the issues favored by the
Cmtrtrxi/ HI Times-Union
dred
Kornmeyer,
'38; programs.
group."
Dorothy Cain, '38, who is in charge in this city taxis will be available
Walter Hampden, in the role ol . J e a n n e Chrisler, '39; orchestra, Mary of all committees for I lie Senior Hop. for t h e price of $1.60 per round trip.
Immediately following the elecS t a r t i n g at nine o'clock taxis will be
Leah
tions, students introduced resolutions CltlHWXdt fill, which he has made Nolan, '39; refreshments.
obtainable a t the following points:
Sweet, '39; clean-up, sophomores.
for consideration by the various sub- famous.
State College Players
S t a t e College and Washington Ave..
Kappa Delta: general c h a i r m a n ,
committees, whose duly will include
Dormitory, Chi Sigma T h e Virginia Hall. '39; orchestra, VirTo Broadcast on Radio Women's
the conducting of hearings a n d reta, G a m m a Kappa, Psi G a m m a ,
ginia Mitchell. '40; a r r a n g e m e n t s .
search on the various issues. T h e
S t a l e college students are being , K a p p a Delta. Eta Phi, Delta Omega,
Ruby Stewart. 40; clean-up, Marion
following resolutions were offered
given
a chance to go on the air in a l i l l ] c | A . E. Phi.
Kingsley.
'40;
decorations.
Ellen
Best
for discussion:
'40; chaperones, J a n e t Montfort. '40; series of half hour playlets over sta-1 T o those interested in modern
"Resolved: T h a t this assembly go
programs, Lorraine Green, '39.
on record as favoring the use of
tion WABY on Wednesday evenings i swing bands and new modes of prerevenues from taxes on motor ves e n t a t i o n s Joe Haymes' original
Chi Sigma T h e t a : general chair- at 8:15 o'clock,
hicles or gasoline for highways purman, Lucille Zak. '38; music. Betty
,.,,, , , , „ , , . ,',
, ,,
style and individual direction should
T o I n t e r p r e t " C a p o n s a c c h i , " j Baker. '39; a r r a n g e m e n t s . Margaret
poses only."
I h e programs are u n d e r the d i r e c - | H f o v e , 0 b e a n o y e l t y
T n o u g h
"Hamlet" and "Cyrano"
"Resolved: T h a t in the Bill of
Fehlner, '39; programs and novelties, Hon ol Robert Hiiikleman, and the I Haymes' orchestra of last year is
Rights of the New York HI ate Con| C a t h e r i n e Lynch, '39; refreshments,: casts are made up entirely of S t a t e j the present Tommy Dorsey aggregaMonday Night
tion, this year's group has proven to
stitution
there be inserted
the
Alice Brown. '40; clean-up. sophocollege students. This past week the be equally as popular. Among his
following: ' t h a t there shall be proDramatic and Art council will pre- mores; chaperones, Eleanor DuBois,
group presented Shakespeare's Mei- vocalists are included Miss Honey
hibition of any discrimination on
| '38.
account of race, creed, color or sex.' " sent Waller Hampden, internationIt was the first Burns, Ronnie Chase, and Clyde
Psi G a m m a : general chairman. rlmiil nj Venire.
Rogers, each of whom has plenty of
"Resolved: T h a t this assembly be ally known actor. Monday night at Marion Bisnett.
chaperones, time 11 nit the play had ever been
variety, personality, and individualon record as favoring the establish- 8:30 o'clock in t lie auditorium of Page Helen H e m e , '39; music. Lizcttc
presented in an English-speaking ity. During this past year, Mr.
ment of a one-house legislature in
hall, according to Sally Whelan. '38, IParshall. '38, and J a n e Schwerzmann
Haymes played at many of the leadNew York Slate."
i'39; clean-up, Florence Gebe, '40; country with Shylock using a Jewish ing Eastern colleges and universities.
"Resolved: T h a i
this assembly president.
refreshments, J a n e Wilson, '40; dec- accent.
His growing list of fans and admirMr. Hampden will oiler a program orations. Marcia Brown, 40,
favor the inclusion in the s t a t e conNext Wednesday the group will ers lias given him the undisputed
stitution of a provision in:' protect- of
dramatic
sketches,
including
Alpha Epsilon P h i : general chair- present Tin Bride nl
Lnmmerinoor. title of "America's Swing Stylist."
ing citizens against
irresponsible scenes from "Cyrano cle Bergerac,"
man,
Barbara Levy, "III; refresh- Several other plays are also in line
labor groups.
Chaperones for this "hit of the
"Hamlet." and "Caponsacchi." He
"Resolved: Thai lIns assembly be has performed in "Cyrano" over one ments, Freidn Kurklull and Ruth for Ihe group, most ol I hem adapted week" will be Mr. William Hardy,
Pekarsky.
juniors;
e
n
t
e
r
t
a
i
n
m
e
n
t
,
m favor of a Bill of Rights tor labor thousand limes, and "Hamlet" gave
(Continued
mi page /, column Hi
including the right of strike, collec- him his reputation as a .Shakespear- Sylvia Muffs. '38; decorations, Gol- lor radio work by Mr. Hiiikleman.
die
Weinlrailb,
'38.
and
Sylvia
Weiss,
live bargaining, peaceful picketing ean actor.
'39.
and protection against labor InjuncWaller Hampden, an American
tions."
G a m m a Kappa P h i : general chair"Resolved. Thai Ihis assembly be who commenced his acting in Eng- man, Christine Ades, '39; decorations
Lillian
in favor ol reserving Hie right in land as a member of the S h a k e - Marie O'Meara, '40. and
"III; orchestra,
Joan
.declare win lo Hie people "
this spearean company, nas been a c - Rushmeycr,
by Sully Young
Then, when he had not yet a t t a i n resolution was Introduced lo obtain a claimed our d u e l contributor to the B r u m and Joyce Mayeock. juniors;
Waller
Hampden,
who is coining ed the age of twenty-five, his great
statement ol policy and nut as a classical tradition in ihe t h e a t r e He refreshments, Muriel Barry and Fa ye lo Page hall auditorium Monday opportunity came. H. B. Irving beprojected amendment to the State has n reived decorations and honors Foreman, juniors; programs, Janet night, is widely known as an Amer- came ill and he was given the
from both French and American Gurney. '39, and Harriet Sprague.
constitution.
ican actor who has achieved dis- chance to play in London the part
T h e assembly will convene bi- I universale!- Inr his excellence in in- 411; clean-up, Lois Game. '40.
tinction in the t h e a t r e for Ins ol Hamlet, and later Romeo, in
te:
pi
etui
loll
and
purity
in
diction.
weekly and special meetings will bi
Beta / e t a :
general
c h a i r m a n . Shakespearean roles, and that nl which he made a remarkable, unHe
is
the
luiirili
president
of
the
called whenever deemed uecessurj
equalled run of eleven week
in
Initialed by Edwin Gladys Fluster, '38, refreshments, Rostand's Cyrano de Bergerac
bj the speaker. In the interim be- Players club
Glasgow. He lllt'll returned to New
Belly Sherwood. Helen
Bernard,
Booth.
Bui. what else do \ on know aboul York with the script ol' "The Sertween mei i ings ii is expected that
juniors and Eloise H a r l i n a n n . '40,
committee hearings will be i (inductTickets may be obtained tomorrow a r r a n g e m e n t s and decorations, Helen linn? How did he happen to go on vant in the House" and began his
ed on Hie resolutions introduced a and Monday ill Ihe Van Curler Crosier and Betty Dodge, juniors the singe and w here did he start V llle career of a d o i - m a n a g e r , and
Why'-' Whal are his hobbles'.' T h e
i he i egular .- essions
Music Store mi S t a l e si reel
and Virginia Elson, '40; clean-up. answers lo these questions have been lias devoted his life to a presentation
I n addii urn to ueI ing as a "presMildred Hullcck, Dorothy Hill, Ger- found, and are now presented lor ol I he classics which has been the
ivstill ol years ol study and delire and discussion group," the
alilnie Thompson Doris Saunders, your iiiliirination
l'irsluiH'ii
I liain
(Unix
votion; his work has been rewarded
mi nihil.', a n ing i ht'otigl i I heir H( miand Evelyn Roberts, sophomori s;
Mr Hampden was educated al
lorial in 11 in inn i ings. tt ill contaci
To Knli'iluin
isscmhly programs Kalhr.vn Schwartz, Elea- ll.ii vai d and while there three con by a very appreciative and grateful
public
nor Schwartz minors, and Charlotte
i In ,r '. a n o n delegah
iiul v, ill fur
flit-1 nig inn ii" Is were struggling lor
i luce again in i his morning's I Mummery, '-In
iIn r curry i
i publicity campaign
Mr. Hampden's mam hubby e ilmt
supremacy his desire in be either
a: .• eniblj, Ihe Ireshlnell will be
explaining
lucts regarding the
"I being a gentleman larinei
He
Pi Alpha Tan geiierul c h a i r m a n a singi i cello player in actor
He
nil!
la
led
nil
o
one
ol
HI
ale's
old.(•III l l l i e l t l ' i l l I h e c o l
issues and Ihe sent
Allelic Simon '3D decorations. Eve al: i) de.- II e(l an edllcal Inn so he (aim nas a ninety acre larin near Uulgei I and liiosl mtel e I in:1 I null
les Ihrougli
lege groups on I hi
I'.laleck and ( ' i d l e Pockrosa soph- pleted his college career first. When fleld ('oniiecl Kail which is lilt \ -live
I lull:
'I l i e
llpjlcl ( l a : lllt'll
Will
it l l l r
tale
11 II* newspapers ol
Here
omores; i clrcsliinciii s, Anne Kalich- college had become a part ol the mill . Iroin New York
•1 c he
pad: the bouse In Witness Ihe
' I 'milin
'li il
llllf/i
•'. I "III .11 II ': '
in ihe
iiian, '39; bids. (lei li nil,- Lerner '39; pasl, he- musical talent had its turn spends his I line when not 111
annual pi oei • inn ol I In1 Iresh a n ilutiolis Mildred St i d l e r '39
in being Ihe object ol developiuenl, theatre or on lour, lor he coimmiic;
Ha li. nun chill) up anil dott n I he
Relations Club Names
tale every night, excepi
Pl.l Delia . general chairman, Mar- and lo it he devoted a period ol In till
aisle, singing in very dubious
lon Young, "ill, music, Helen laiwry study in both the cello and voice till e Del ore matinees, taking a Irani
iiniin and accord
Life is
Forman As President \lull
and iiulli Lew is. juniors; invltal ion:, lor he lined the cello and had a line Inr twenty-five miles, and driving
el \ I 111 |i'l clll ."
Al a luiel meeting ol Ihe I n t e r n a Ihe rest ol iIn- way in his own car
I Jons Anderson 311; a r r a n g e m e n t s bass-barilone voice.
Egged
on
by
the
tauiiis
.nut
iiniial llelalloiis club Tuesday noon,
During Ihe day lie relaxes in a
• ('milnun </ mi /«i(/r '/ iiiliimn i>
Filially Paris begun lo lose its
leers
nl
lippeniass
Irieuds
tins
Ihe following oil leers were elected:
cap and overalls, mowing the lawn,
novelty,
and
he
longed
lor
ihe
thea"ehuin-giilig ' procession gives
president Percy Formal) "ill: vicetre. He had started acting in prep spraying his fruit trees, working on
Armistice Holiday
Ihe freshmen a chance in show
president, be Roy Irvis. "ill. recording
school days, when, at ihe age ol the engine ol his car, or perhaps
II al Mull and good sportsman
Slide college will not be ill session sixteen, he played the part of S h y - trimming ihe hedges.
• c r r e l a n . lianiona Van Wle. "ID;
When he
ship
mi Thursday, November 11, Dr. A. H. lock in the "Merchant of Venice." bought tlic farm twenty years ago
cui re..ponding secretary, Betty AusIill. 39: ireasurer. Robert Agone, '30.
Brubacher, president of the college, He went to England and joined the he tried farming but had to give it
Attendance and participation
An announcement was m a d e conin the event is compulsory lor .announced this week, inasmuch as Benson Company, in its Shakespear- up, due to his extensive work and
cerning the special student memberall Ireshuieii. T h e rest of Ihis I Armistice day is a legal holiday.
ean repertoire. For three years he lack of dependable help. Now hay
ship in the Foreign Policy associamorning's program will consist
On Friday, December 12, Rabbi played with Sir F r a n k Benson's is tiie only crop produced on the
tion. Itaniona Van Wie and Percy
of special music under the direcBamberger will address the s t u d e n t company, acting in more t h a n seven- farm. He also plays tennis, swims,
Forman, seniors, are the represention of Mary Trainor, '40, S t u assembly on the international peace ty major and minor roles of S h a k e s - or plays the cello In his large worktatives of S t a l e college.
dent association song leader.
peure in English provinces.
question.
(Gonlinued on page », column 41
Council Presents
Walter Hampden
Walter Hampden Prefers Music,
Singing, and Farming as Hobbies
At the Colonic Country Club
Friday November 5
9:00 - 2:00 o 'clock
Bids $2.50
JOE HAYMES
IK >\T.Y BURNS
AMERICA'S SWING STYLIST
ATTRACTIVE VOCAL SOLOIST
The Senior Class WW Welcome You
STALK COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY,
OPTICIAN!?.
Get Your Greyhound Bus Tickets
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The Class of 1938
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S T A T E COLLEGE NEWS, N O V E M B E R , 5, 1937
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
Established by the Class of 1918
The undergraduate Newspaper of New York State
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Published every Friday of the college year by the News
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, NOVEMBER, 5, 1937
eral aid be invo».<id, that a more accurate
Fraternities Plan
method be evolved whereby aid be given
where ability and financial need demand
To Induct Fledges
it, and that this aid be a permanent insurance of help during the four years of
Kappa Beta to Conduct Dance
college.
for Pledges in Commons
N. Y. A. is most certainly a step in the Well friends (?) here we are again.
The Edward Eldred Potter Club
spite of numerous reports of
right direction. Perhaps, the much talked In
lynchings, poisonings, etc. resulting will conduct a formal initiation
of federal scholarship is now in order?
from ous sub-collossal efforts of last
Statesman
for one faculty member and nine unweek, we have escaped unscathed
dergraduate pledges on Thursday at
and are ready to do our worst.
National Advertising Service, Inc.
Willie be true or will he be a the fraternity house at 203 Ontario
Colliit Publishers Hctiresentative
street.
m(or)an?
4 2 0 MADISON A V E .
N E W YORK, N. Y.
The pledges to be initiated a r e :
CHICAGO • BOSTON • Los ANGELES • SAN FRANCISCO
We also hear that last year's John
Gordon Rand, '39; John Eckel, Howand Anne are no more.
ard Duncan, Frank Kluse, Edward
Some of the practice teachers who Tomassion, Darwin Van Keuran,
THE NEWS BOARD
Techniques of Teacher Self-Placement
were holding out for an A will now Stanley Kullman, Edward Bottom,
SOPHIB WOLZOK
Editor-in-Chief
settle for a C minus with a week's Richard Piatt, sophomores; and Dr.
DAVID B. SMITH
Managing Editor
by William A. MacDougall, Ph.D.
vacation and sing like a larkCmuch- Robert Frederick, assistant principal
ROBERT E. HBRTWIO
Associate Managing Editor
Holt Printing Company
needed).
EDGAR B. O'HORA
Associate Managing Editor
of Milne high school.
Grand Forks, North Dakota, 238 pages
JBAN STRONG
Associate Managing Editor
Minsberg seems to be Kappa
Kappa Beta fraternity announces
The
title
of
the
book
is
self-explanatory.
Various
MILDRED E. NIGHTINGALE
Business Manager
Beta's leading socialite (?).
that it has pledged 13 men for this
CHARLES W. GAYLORD
Advertising
Manager factors influencing teacher selection are taken up
We wonder if Trehanon is a per- semester. They are Herbert Frank^l,
VICTORIA A. BILZI
Circulation Manager
in detail. Personality, health, Intelligence, training, manent transfer from Pen Yan to '38; Irving Smith, Gadlin Bodner,
Arnold Ellerin, Louis Greenspan,
etc., the commonly thought of factors in job getting Troy.
Who is going to the Hop with
THE NEWS STAFF
are discussed. Seemingly irrelevant topics in the Betty? We'll bet that the loser Herman Kleine, David Kotler, Norman Levy, Hyman Meltz, William
William Ryan
Men's Sports Editor realm of teacher placement as prejudice, distance to will go with one of the twins.
Miller, Daniel Preston, Abe Savitsky,
Charles Franklin
Assistant Sports Editor school, "pull," and luck are explained. "A candidate
Whew it's getting cold in here and Jack Shapiro, freshmen.
Betty Clark
Women's Sports Editor
may have all possible preparations for a job and com- fellows—Shut the door our Queen is
Their pledge dance will be conAssociate Editors
coming through the window.
ducted Wednesday night, November
plete investigation concerning it, he may know that
We understand that there was Rat 10, from 9:30 to 1:00 in the ComRamona Van Wle Albert Archltzel Joyce Maycock
his qualifications are the best among the applicants, (tray) dancing at Cobbleskill's barn
Charles Ettlnger
Charles Walsh
mons. George Stangler, general
yet mere chance may determine the election regardless dance last Friday. 'These alums— chairman has secured Lew Rider
Assistants to Business Board
o'boy).
Assistant Business Manager
Grace Castlgllone of other factors."
and his orchestra for the event.
McHugh has her man but she is
Assistant Advertising Manager
Joan Byron
Other committees are: music, HarSection II of the book deals with the application still hunting.
Business Staff
Rumor has it that EEP and KDR ry Bergstein; decorations, Harold
photographs.
Mistakes
in
attire
and
pose
are
enumerDoris Parizot, Marcia Brown, Kenneth Haser, Harold
Fluster; refreshments, Harold Cahn;
ated and then illustrated with many excellently ex- will have their hell week next week. publicity, David Minsberg.
Haynes, Robert Cogger, John Newstead Mary
(Boy—what fun!!?).
Gabriel, Elga Schiavl, Harriet Sprague
pressive pictures. Errors commonly found in men's
Seeing that we are still all in one
Reporters
and women's photographs are shown, and these pic- piece we may as well continue
Florence Adler, Betty Bunce, Giacinta Capuana, tures are followed by perfect application photographs
How did the German Club hike
Robert Cogger, Margaret Collins, Virginia Elson, Saul |
end in a dance at Sigma Alpha?
Greenwald, Eloise Hartmann, Otto J. Howe, Charles which are free from the discussed defects.
Can it be that Prankel is interestKelley, Leonard Kowalsky, Hilda Kronovit, Freida
The section of the book which will probably be of ed In Grossman—or is it love?
Kurkhill, Robert MacKenzie, Thelma Miller, David
What did the Gazette say about
Minsberg, Bernice Mosbey Arthur Phibbs, Louis Rick- most value to this year's seniors and graduate students Romeo Harper and Ginny Mitchell?
Members of the Point System Reis
the
one
on
the
letter
of
application.
Aptly
put
are
man, Lillian Rivkind, Elga Schiavl, Miriam Shapiro,
The big secret of the week. Crist vision Committee for la37-8 were
George Stangler, Barbara Van Patten, Sally Young. such "don'ts" as:
is going to house dance with whom? announced in last Friday's assembly
by Warren Densmore, president of
"I am one of the teachers who failed to find a job Nobody knows, but we hear it was student
association. William Molon
a
dare.
I
dare
you
to
find
out.
last September."
(Ed. Note: Eddybody can find out!) lenkopf, '38, was appointed head of
"I am looking for a place where my work will
Was it Bleecker club or College the committee.
The last thing the NEWS editorial wishes be appreciated."
House with Phi Delt Saturday night?
Assisting Mollenkopf are the four
class presidents; Ruth Hoffman and
Is it him or the car Flossie?
to be is preachy, but the question if misapDon't mention financial conditions which make
Here's our latest associated press Patsy Miranda, seniors; Harry Bergprehended library books comes to the fore It necessary for you to teach.
stein, Pearl Sandberg, and Joseph
report—
again.
Stevens did a Wilson shift for the Leese, juniors; Doris Parizot, '40;
Other important and interesting sections of the
and James Chappell, '41.
Last year, the library committee, comR. P. I.-Alfred game.
include those concerning employment of teachers
For further information ask any The method of gaining informaposed of faculty and student members, or- book
in outlying possessions of the United States and in
fellows.
tion will undoubtedly be the same as
ganized a drive for the returning of books Indian schools, teacher placement bureaus and agen- Reg(ular)
Don't look now but methlnks Koof last year, according to Molaccidentally taken from the library without cies, employment of teachers in city schools, and the walsky and Pekarsky may be seen that
lenkopf. Slips will be distributed to
bein^ registered. We are happy to an- ethics of the teaching profession in lob hunting.
together at odd times.
officers or participants of various
Now we will have to Hop to it and activities to obtain duties, hours, and
nounce that a fifty per cent improvement
•
*
+
*
«
clean
up
the
dirt
for
next
week.
responsibilities of these offices. Lathas been noticed.
MAN OF STATE.
er this information will be used to
When letters of application are a mare vital issue,
However, to get at that remaining perdetermine point-ratings of various
the
NEWS
will
print
more
information
in
regard
to
centage, the NEWS, in conjunction with the
activities.
library committee, is conducting a cam- them, offering suggestions and showing "model" letters.
Those seniors or graduate students who are interpaign. The set-up of the plan is simple:
Every group house has a member whose ested in reading Techniques of Teacher Self PlaceWe predict that all fourteen of the
duty it is to see that such library books are ment may borrow the book from the Appointment houses
will be full to the doors and
returned. A basket will be placed in the Bureau, located in rooms 121A and 121B of Milne High windows with guests and alums —
Activities office for this express purpose. school.
and we also predict that house (Continued from page l, column 51
dances will be a howling success—if shop-studio In the red barn. ReadNo questions will be asked, as it is assumed
some of the dates are any indication ing plays, perfecting production
that the person is merely acting in behalf
—But to get back to this week's plans, or rehearsing also take up
of others. No record is kept by the Library
some of his time.
news—
of what or how much is returned from each
Gamma Kap comes through with
Music has been a source of comfort
two announcements—Dr. and Mrs,and solace to him. His cello goes
house — all that need be done is to bring
Hicks have accepted the sorority's with him on tour, and is his daily
them and say "lost books."
invitation to become honorary mem- companion through the summers
Let us add a word more about the
bers—and the engagement of Eliza- s p e n t on the f a r m . He uses
library. The library is not to keep books
beth Morris, '37, to George Vunck, a his music, if only for a comedy
• Commentstatergraduate of Fort Union Military Ac- scene, using the cello lor a few
from circulating. On the contrary, to facilThis morning the freshman class will make its ademy, Virginia.
squeaky notes In one scene of
itate this, there is a practical system of annual parade around the auditorium of Page hall.
"Caponsacchi," and singing the
More
marriages
in
the
oiling—Psi
withdrawal. Abide by this system. It pays. We have been waiting for the occasion with great Gamma announces the marriage of comedy serenade In the balcony
gusto, because we remember our own freshman days Edith Estabrooks, '35, to Russell W. scene of Cyano de Bergerac. His
friends have tried to persuade him
and the moments of mental anguish we had to endure Wilson of Houston, Texas, and the to give a concert, singing to his own
nuptials of Peggy Roets, '37, to Wilfor the duration of the procession. But we realize liam Johnson of Syracuse.
cello accompaniment, and although
Last week's editorial "Abolish N. Y. A." now that the experience was well worth the jibes and
More initiations and more recruits he has never yet sung or played the
on a personal appearance, he
has created such heated discussion through taunts of the otherwise friendly uppcrclassmen, for swell the ranks—-D. O. formally in- cello
may possibly do so,
il
luted
Betty
Clark
and
Helen
State's corridors, that we feel a clarification we were carrying on one of State's oldest and most Rolckle, sophomores -Eta Phi boostHe lias been awarded decorations
popular traditions.
of our stand is definitely in order.
ed the total membership by two and honors from many universiti- s
Last year's procession was the object of a great more members, when Betty Beaulac, and institutions, The honor which
We recognize that many college students need aid to get through college; we deal of comment. The freshmen paraded with more '39, and Betty Jones, '40, pledged he prizes above all is presidency of
the Players Club, founded by Edwin
recognize that the present set up of N. Y. A. lack of respect than In any previous year. The bolster- recently.
will make a large week- Booth, which custom has made a
has done much to help these students, we ousness of the situation got out of hand to the extent endPhiofDelta
it by conducting its Annual life position, so that there have been
also recognize; that in some cases jobs have that the president of student association practically Founders' Day tea tomorrow—lncl- only
lour presidents—Edwin Booth.
dently the D. O.'s also celebrated Joseph Jefferson, John Drew, and
been flagrantly accepted where; the finan- had to call out the Slate Militia.
their
Founders'
day
with
a
similar
now Hampden. The Alliance Francial need was not entirely pressing, and
We don't blame It on the freshmen of last year.
tea. The Phi Dells were caise presented him with a silver
still we maintain that N, Y. A., as it is now, Naturally they were new to the school and the custom. annual
guests on Sunday at the home of medal for service to the cause of
should be abolished.
Instead, we criticize those upperclassmon who had Mr. and Mrs. Wood, their new fac- French literature and drama in presHowever, we suggest that federal aid previously belittled the tradition to the class of 1U40. ulty_ ,members.
entation
, ,
- -- of
— Cyrano;
-.,.....w, the National
to students be reorganized on a more prac- We say that it is the duty of the Juniors and seniors
Beforeat we
conclude,
we'll books
take a ' Institute of Social Helen- s. a.iwarded
glance
the
various
guest
tical basis. The trend of modern educa- to uphold the traditions of the college. If our trad- Murjorlo Kelly, '37, and Peggy him Its gold medal for distinguished
tion is to see that finances shall not be a itions are worth having, they are worthy of decent Woodruff, '30, week-ended at Alpha public service in presentation of the
classics, and the American Academy
Rho, while Psl Gamma's guests In- of Arts and Letters awarded him Its
barrier to keep talented students from in- respect and obedience.
creasing their worth to society through a
To the freshmen we say, make this morning's cluded Jayne Buckley and Jean first gold medal for purity of diction
Humphrey, both '3(i, and Jane An- and quality of his speech on the
college education, N.Y.A., as it now stands, assembly an opportunity for you to show your sports- drews,
'37.
stage. From Williams college and
is not on permanent enough ground to in- manship, and your ability to take It In the approved
That's all for now, and hero's luck Vale university he received the honsure aid for a student throughout his four "frosh manner." It may take a bit ot courage, but on Saturday night, girls—may you orary degree of Master of Arts;
remember that we all have done It, and we'll be have a successful evening, and hero's Brown and Syracuse universities
years at college.
hoping nobody dances on your feet awarded him the degree of Doctor
We suggest that a new system of fed laughing with you, not at you
instead of the floor!
of Letters.
•iraigEHTCO
FOR NATIONAL AOVIRTIOINO BY
Appointment Bureau
Densmore Names
Point Committee
Relieve Your Conscience!
Hellenics
'Tradition Was Made to Keep'
After N. Y. A, What?
Walter Hampden
Enjoys Hobbies
State Harriers Win Third
Straight Meet from Bard
'News' Gives Names
Of Couples for Hop
Page 3
LEGITIMATE PLAYS PRESENTED
in ALBANY and SCHENECTADY
FREDERICK CALVIN and BEAUVAIS FOX
announce that their noted Broadway Company
will henceforth open its weekly Broadway Hits
Thursdays, at the ERIE THEATRE, Schenectady
| /Continued from page 1, column 51
instructor in English, and Mrs.
Purple and Gold Keeps
Hardy; Mr. William Wood, instrucRecord of n o Defeats
tor in English, and Mrs. Wood; Mr.
Paul Bulger, secretary of the ApIntact
Playing thru Friday and Saturday mat. & eve.
pointment Bureau.
Results
With Frank Rickman. '40, leading
Monday,
at the CAPITOL THEATRE, Albany
the purple and gold harriers to vic- Faculty patrons and patronesses
Playing
thru Tuesday and Wednesday mat. & eve.
and
tory, State clowned the Redskins will be: Dr. A. R. Brubacher, president
of
the
college,
and
Mrs.
Brufrom Bard to the tune of 19-36.
//
//
Review
Rickman was closely followed by bacher; Dr. Milton G. Nelson, dean
Tony Wilczynski, '39, and Captain of the college, and Mrs. Nelson; Dr.
Harold Haynes, '38, who finished in
-B.C.
William French, instructor In educaKOIH'I-I ShiTwooil'H Pulitzer I'rlze Winner
two-three order respectively.
Our tennis tournament, unlike
MIMI the .New York Theatre GII11<]'H HmiiHli Hit
tion, and Mrs. French.
This
gives
the
Pedagogues
their
that of M. A. A„ has reached its
Playing in SCHENECTADY: thru Saturday night,
A feature for all State college
last stage. There remains only the third straight victory over the Bardsters
in
as
many
starts
and
it
also
women will be the fact that they
final play-off between Helen Miller
November 6
and Peggy Winn. Here's luck, may keeps the Peds' slate of no defeats will have late leave until 3:00
Playing in ALBANY: Mon., Tues., Wed. mat. &
the best girl come out on top andover a two year period clean.
o'clock.
Description of Race
then hang on to her aces until the
eve., Nov. 8 thru 1 0
As an added feature of this week's
championship play-off next spring.
At the start the entire Bard aggreSenior
week-end
there
will
be
house
The Hallowe'en week-end at Camp gation took an early lead over State,
Johnston went over in a big way,but, nearing Madison Avenue the dances at sorority houses on Satur//
//
except for the pineapple. Wonder of purple and gold passed the Reclmen day night.
to
pace
Testi
of
Bard.
Increasing
A Scotland Yard Mystery by Kdirar Wallace
wonders, it didn't rain! And no one
The following is a list of those
(iri'iilt'Nl Detective Story Writer HIIMIG Colian Doylo
got lost on the new ten (?) -mile in speed, the Redskins forged ahead
at
ERIE
THEATRE,
SCHENECTADY; Thurs., Fri., Sat. mat. St
to
take
the
lead
In
the
first
six
persons who have signified their inhike.
eve., Nov. 11, 12 & 13.
places. At this point a State spec- tentions of attending the Senior
Leading the archery tournament tator was heard to groan, "Gosh,
at CAPITOL THEATRE, ALBANY: Mon., Tucs., Wed., mat. &
are Elda Hayes, Marion Keables, State will never overcome that lead!" Hop:
eve., Nov. 15, 16 & 17.
Grace Moon, Frances Riani and IsaSeniors and their guests who exHowever, at the halfway mark
bel Robinson. Captain Millie Mosler
pect to attend the Senior Hop are:
TK KIOTS (tux included)—Nights, at 8:110: 5fic, 85c and SI.10
has posted on the A. A. bulletin State was in a winning position and Paul Dittman and Mildred NightWcrincNfluv ami Saturday Matinee, at 3t30i 55u and 85c
board a list of those who still lack going up Morton avenue the teach- ingale; Christine Dershimer and
Sl'l.l IAI, IMS( ( i l XT TO STATU COI.L.EGU STUDENTS and
......
ers widened tne distance between
I'ACl I.TV: Klic BcntN for OBc; S1.10 H«<tH for 850. I'leuso hrlnsr
completed credit in archery.
Jack
Benjamin,
Albany;
Estelle
M.
them and the Bardsters. Testl of
Identification,
One would think that by this time Bard was in the lead by a 150 yard Sommers and Marvin Dwore, Union;
that Robinson girl would know which margin over the nearest State man. Thelma Miller and William Forman,
side of a horse is the top! But no,Francello, Rickman, Wilczynski and Albany; Joseph Vidmar and Mary
she still insists on riding in a more or Haynes now attempted to overtake Brannigan; Margaret Murphy and
less up-side-down fashion. This has him.
Frenk Meron, Troy; Rose Berkowitz
to stop some time, though. She
Testi Loses Course
and William Sitrin, Utica; Marjorie
can't go on falling off indefinitely!
Testi, confused and unsure, went Strapp and John Murphy, WaterStart saving your pennies, g a l s - out of the course at Hackett Jr. vliet; Donald Brinton and Mary
Hatfield Stresses Set Shots
Fall Awards Banquet is coming up High School. This gave the lead to Gabriel, '40; Ramona Van Wie and
and Relaxed Shooting
in a little over a week. It's going to the teachers, with Rickman in first David Benner, R. M. I.; Earle Cleaves
The two fall tournaments, golf and
be different, this year, too. There'll place. At this point the purple and and Sophie Wolzok; E l i z a b e t n
Monday and Wednesday after- tennis, have been brought to a prebe an outside speaker, some veddy gold had men in the first seven Kelso and Edward Olmstead, Bingschnozzy decorations and LOTS of places giving them n chance to win hamton; Gladys Finster and Joseph noons saw State's varsity basketball mature end through lack of interest.
squad being sent out through the
fun I
by a perfect score.
DiMattina, N. Y. U.; Muriel Goldberg first actual practice sessions of ine Several rounds remained to be playCamp Johnston Week-ends:
Coach Hatfield
Testi, seeing his mistake, retraced and Harold Friedman, Albany Law; current season.
There will be about three out of his steps and quickly forged ahead Arlene Simon and Harold Kantor, placed special emphasis on set shots ed when the tennis contest was callevery four, maximum cost, for food to fight doggedly for fourth position Rutland, Vt.; Josephine Maurice and as well as run-in cockups throughout ed off Wednesday by Patsy Miranand transportation, $1.25. Minimum with Russ and Francello. The boys William Zeng, R. P. I.; Marion Kelly the week.
da, '38, manager of intramural athnumber of people—five and a lead- fought every inch of the way butand Johnny Rowan, R. P. I.; Mildred
letics. In one bracket, the second
"The
premium
on
good
ball
haner. Council wishes Lotta Bunker en- the Redmen with the prospects of Katz and Seymour Berger, N K . C ; dling" were the key words of Hat- round had not been played. One
thusiasts to feel that Camp is ready a perfect score against them deter- Ruth Thompson and John Brewster, field's talk to the players Monday
for use at any time, so that they may minedly went ahead to beat them Schenectady; Edmund Bromley and afternoon. The fellows were fur- game remained to be played in the
golf tournament when it was ended,
go whenever it is most convenient out for place.
Rose Cawley, Gloversville; Harold ther instructed to relax when shootto them.
also on Wednesday.
ing
and
to
determine
the
angle
at
A Haynes and June E. Arnacher, '40;
Delhi Meet Next
Committees for week-end of Nowhich the ball will rebound off the
Doris
Munroe
and
Harold
Marohn,
Interest ran rampant but in the
A week from to-morrow the hill
vember 5, 6, 7:
backboard.
wrong direction. Rumor has it that
General Chairman — Virginia El- and dalers meet the Delhi Aggies Albany.
Due to the appearance of the "fast
at home in the second rroet of the
son,
Betty Smith and Robert White, break" on the basketball court this some of the players expect the tourPublicity—M. Baird, A. Dowd, C. season. The team that State is fac- Albany;
Barbara Levy and Lester year as a result of the elimination nament to continue on next spring.
ing this year is not as formidable as
Golden, H. Lasher.
Komblith, Jr., M. I. T.; Leonard J. of the center tap, Coach Hatfield John O'Brien has stated that this
it
was
last
year.
The
Delhians
have
Guests—J. Montfort.
lost several lettermen through grad- Quant and Kay spoore, '37; Harold will undoubtedly be forced to build will not be an actuality. In fact, if
Transportation—F. Haberer.
uation and have not as yet found Reissig and Virginia McDermott, '41; two teams of equal strength for the more interest is not shown In this
Food—Hessney, North.
Catherine Schmeider and Cecil Mar- coming campaign. Monday afterCleanup—S. Thompson, B. Dower, men to replace them. Last year the ino, '39; Hester Price and John noon, in the first scrimmage session tournament, it will not be carried
harriers eked out a 26-29 victory.
E. Vail.
This year, with a much stronger O'Rourke, R. P. I.; Lucille Zak andsince practice began a month ago, on at all.
The outstanding feature of the
team, State hopes to win by as much Fred Swinnerton, Amherst; Kath- Mike Walko, Walt Simmons, Will
arine Conklin and Edward Trombly, Frament, Tom Roberts and Merrill golf tournament was the number of
a perfect score as is possible.
Albany; Eleanor Miller and Charles Hurd comprised one quintet, while defaults which could be crowded In.
However, it will be a nip and tuck Ainglwood, Albany Law; Henry the other formation consisted of There were three games actually
battle for cross-country supremacy Groen and Ruth Hoffman,
Duke Hershkowltz, Bill Torrens, played out of the total possible fifbetween the two schools. In running
Frank Quattrochi, Larry Balog, and teen marked completed.
Edward Reynolds and Helen Will- Bill Barrett.
Delhi the harriers will go over a
Naturally the fact that there were
shorter distance, and they have to lams; Ada Bukowski and George
Foot Injuries kept Captain Tommy so many defaults Indicated the fact
Sabey; Mary E. Roc and Don Gillget used to this distance.
Ryan out of Monday's practice sesDebate Council Celebrates
During the past week they have anders, Oregon Univ.; Herbert Drooz sion but Wednesday afternoon he that there was no Interest. Since
been running over the 2.8 mile and Florence Zubres; Immaculate was back on the floor displaying a tournaments such as these two can
D e c a d e of E x i s t e n c e ;
be carried on only with co-operation,
Washington Park course. Haynes Pasture and Tom Lovalentl, '39; bit of his old caglness.
Names Schedule
it is again evident that their posiand Wilczynski have been emphasiz- George Mallinson and Carolyn EdTo
date
there
has
been
no
varsity
tion is critical. Patsy Miranda and
On November 12, State college will ing a faster pace and a longer stride. wards; Warren I. Densmore and cut, although one Is expected to be John O'Brien, '38, president of M. A,
act as host in a debate with Ver- The freshmen, profiling by their Mary Dowling; James Campbell and made in the Immediate future. A., have called repeatedly for Intermont. The topic is: "Resolved that mistakes, have shown a vast im- Stella Sampson; Leslie Knox and Whether the elimination of the est. They are concerned w i t h
one-house legislature is better than provement in practice and are ex- Virginia Furey, '39.
center tap will have an effect on the
Oilier students and their guests number of men kept on the varsity handling this program as the men
the present bicameral system." The pected to do much better against
desire it. They can base their deciwill be: Janet Thomas, '40; and roster is not known at present.
State college team, composed of Delhi,
sions only upon the interest shown.
James
Qulmby,
Hamilton
College;
The
Washington
Park
course
gives
William Bradt. John Edge, and
In their practice periods this week If the men of Stale are desirous of
Leonard Frledltmder, will uphold the cross-country enthusiasts a birds- Mildred Shultes, '36 and John Wit- a bunch of rollicking freshmen retaining certain features of their
beck,
R.
P.
I.;
Stanley
G.
Kullman,
eye-view of the whole nice as it goes
affirmative.
busied themselves in tne gym mak- program, they must show that they
The tentative schedule for Novem- twice around Ihe lake and once '40 and Eloise Hurlman, '40; Gordon ing basketballs bounce all over the want Ihe things which they have dearound the tennis courts to finish on Tabner, '39 and Helen Lowry, '39; floor In an effort to put them clared themselves willing to support,
ber and December is:
Sullivan, '40 and John Edge, through the seemingly elusive hoop.
November 12 Stale vs, Vermont the straightaway on Englewood Rita
'39; Arthur Phibbs, '4J and Carol With the first cut of the season over,
Place.
at Slate.
Home lime during the coming 1 Kniffen, '41; Karl Ebers, '36 and Walko and Amyot have settled their
Novembel It) State vs Skldmorc
week I he boys will run again in com- Jean Strong, '89; Edgar O'Hora, '39 charges down to stiff workouts in an
at Stale.
and Francis Field, '40; William Mc- effort to formulate the nucleus of
State vs. Hamilton petition with each other to see who jcracken,
December (i
'40 and Joyce Chapman, the frosh team.
will
make
up
the
first
team.
The
away.
'40; Erwin Sltllg, '35 and Frances
time
trial
will
also
show
how
well
December 13 State vs. Hard
the boys can do tills short course. Canudoy, '39; June Palmer, '39
away.
{Continued fiom pane I, column II
and Alonzo Dumont, '37; Ginna Secretary
Announces
Summary
Statu college has made arrangeIt is expected that floor leaders
Wegener,
'39
and
Jack
Blendell,
State
24:55
1 Rickman
ments wilh the Albany branch of the
for
the various districts, publicity
Quarterly
Publication
Albany;
Harriet
Green,
'39
and
RayStale
25:24
2 Wilczynski
Young Min's Christian Association
mond Stack, Niagara Falls; Mildred
The fall issue of the New York leaders, and committee members will
Stale
25:26
3 Haynes
for a series of six programs. Two
Rogers, '36 and Harold Vvorth. Slate College Alumni Quarterly has be appointed by Speaker Frledlander
Bard
25:32
•1. Testi
speakers from Slate college will
Albany; Ruth Hills, Mt. Holyoke, been published this week, according in a few days.
Bard
25:43
5, Carrole
speak at each program. These have
and Robert Johnston, R. P. I.; Ruth to Mrs, Bertha E. Brimmer, secreThe first hearing on the resolution
State
2(1:17
Itus.s
ti
been scheduled for January 10, 17,
Lewis, '39 and Dean Carpenter, tary of the Alumni association.
supporting the establishment of a
State
26:21
7 Francello
31; February 7, 21, and 28.
Morris;
William
frving
and
Dorothy
Mrs. Eunice R. Messent, '22, In-Uni-nuneral legislature In New York
Bard
26:26
It He.sta
The Debate council Is also arrangWhyte, '36; John Meyer and Virginia structor In English, is editor of the State will be held by the hearing
Bard
26:37
I). Dalton
ing programs with the Kiwimis,
Hall, '39; Gordon Peattlo, '40 and publication and Alfred Trehanon, committee on this subject, WednesBard
27:03
Monarch, Women's, Lions, and Ro- 10, Peters
Bernice Lumberton, '39; Dorothy '38, Is undergraduate editor.
State
27:28
day, November 11. The committee,
11. Mauley
tary clubs and the Y. W. C A, These
Grahame, '37 and Samuel Brush;
State
27:31
This issue is dedicated to Mrs. leaded by Sally Whelan, '38, is
12. Snover
will be luncheon a f f a i r s with
Marjorie Dorrlainm, '39 and Clif- Letitia Caldwell Coniell, '81, who died assisted by Antoinette Mont, "38;
State
28:23
13. Szuwlowski
speeches and floor discussions.
ford Sllhworth, Walden; Henry Tay- October 9, five days after celebrating Mike Walko, Fred Bowman, Dorothy
Bard
28:58
14.
Haberman
This year tin; Debate council oblor, Watervllet, and Florence Gebe, her 102nd birthday. Among the McLean, and Charles Walsh, juniors;
Bard
28:59
15, Burnett
serves its tenth anniversary. Dr.
'40; Charles Kelly, '39 and Marlon many articles is one by Miss Martha
Barn
29:10
16, Roy
Harold W. Thompson, professor of
Rlenljes, '39; Helen McGowan, '37 C. Pritchard, professor of librarian- Lloyd Kelly, Fred Weed and Jane
State
29:14
Wilson, sophomores; and Betty
17. Kilmer
English, sponsored debating at State
and Fred Stunt, '37.
State
29:41
ship.
Kennedy, '41.
college first In 192(1
lit. Chun
Fall Season
IDIOTS DELIGHT
CRIMINAL AT LARGE
Basketball Varsity
Continues Practice
Men's Contests
End Incomplete
State to Debate
Vermont Friday
Student Assembly
To Discuss Policies
S T A T E COLLEGE N E W S . NOVEMBER, 5, 1937
Page 4
Newman to Hear
"Flying Priest"
Sororities Appoint
Y.lrV.C. A. To Conduct
Dance Committees
Discussion on Crime
AFTER THE HOP
Drop In At
MADISON SWEET SHOP
(Continued from paye 1, column 31
Betty Allen, and Jayne Walrath, junIce Cream
Sandwiches
iors, and Marie Katzmaier, '38; reNewman club will sponsor a lecThe Y. W. C. A. announces its freshments, Mary Buiiingame, '38,
ture by Rev. Paul Shulte, known as plans and activities for the coming Lillian Hines and Bernice Lamberton, juniors; clean-up, Marie Metz,
"The Plying Priest," Wednesday, No- season.
EMIL J. NAGENGAST
vember 10, at 8:15 o'clock in Page
On Tuesday, November 16, a panel '40, and house committee.
Alpha Rho: general chairman,
hall.
discussion on the crime situation
FLORIST
The lecture will be supplemented in New York State, will be conduct- Florence Scheiderich, '38; invita"Buy Where the Flowers Grow"
by Rev. Shulte's latest sound pictures ed in the Lounge. Frederick Moran tions, Mildred Bodin, '38; refreshBonded Member of F.T.D.A.
entitled "The Plying Cross in the of the parole district of New York , ments, Isabelle Ramel, '40; decorArctic." General admission is one State Capitol, and Edward Mul- 'ations, Hope Sweet, '39; music, Kay
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Sigma Alpha: general chairman,
of New York city, will lead the discents.
Harriet Papemaier, '38; refreshThe ticket committee includes cussion.
On Monday night, November 22, ments, Ruth Hoffman and Mary
Patsy Miranda and Tom Ryan, seniors; Rita Pomeroy and Larry Strat- Y. W. C. A. will sponsor a Polk Brannigan, seniors; music, Peggy
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ner, juniors; Rita Sullivan, '40, and Festival in recognition of member- Winn, '38; programs, Ruth Kerley
ship in the World Student Christian and Rose Ritter. juniors; chaperones,
Helen Powers, '41.
— at Hie —
Federation. There will be special Dorothy Huntington, '39 and Bardemonstrations in costume of folk bara Van Patten, '40; clean-up. Doris
dances of different countries, follow- Brooks, Louise Smith, and Helen
7 No. Lake Ave. One Block West
ed by other folk dances for general Gregory, sophomores.
participation. Eloise Hartman, '40,
Phi Lambda: orchestra. Gertrude
constitutes the committee for this Tryon, '38, and Mabel Parrel, '39; |
refreshments. Martha Scheid and
Dr. A. R. Brubacher, president of event.
Geo. D. Jeoncy, Prop
State College will be represented Kathryn Carlson, seniors; clean-up,
State College, has announced the
first four per cent of Signum Laudis, at the conference of the Student Bernice Freymeyer, Beulah Gifford,
senior scholastic society, for the Christian Movement to be held this and Betty Hardie, sophomores.
coming year. This society, which week-end, November 5th to 7th at
consists of the highest ten per cent Cutler Union, University of Roch- [and Marie Southard, freshmen; and
of the senior class, will'announce the ester, Rochester. New York. Those Miss Helen Curtis, State college secremaining six per cent in the spring. representatives are: Jean Edg- retary for the Student Christian
William Mollenkopf, with the high- cumbe, '38, president of Y. W. C. A.; Movement.
Dr. Laurens H. Sulye, president of
est average in the senior class, be- Marion Rockefeller, '39; Mary Jane
MacNamara, '40; and Carolyn Emery St. Lawrence University, Mr. Prank
comes president of the society.
| W. Price of Nanking, and Mr. Paul
The remaining members of SigHarris, secretary of the National
num Laudis are: A. Joseph Natoli, The new members will be initiated council lor prevention of war, arc a
at
a
dinner
at
the
Candlelight
Inn
:
Elizabeth Christen, Herbert Drooz,
few of the prominent speakers. Mr.
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Panel Discussion
Concerning Crime
Cupyfiglil 1937, l.ieocTT & M Y M S TOBACCO CO.
Struggle Of Century—
Swing Versus Poetry
N. Y., NOVEMBER 12, 1937
I Rabbi Bamberger
Will Be Speaker
At 11:10 Today
$2.00 P E R YEAR, 32 W E E K L Y ISSUES.
CLASS PRESIDENT
Sophomore Class
Will Have Party
In Ingle Room
How much culture have you or
do you want? Or do you? Well,
we have a question to test your
cultural quotient (C. Q„ according to Pressey). The question
is "What are you doing next
Wednesday evening?" No, my
little peach fuzz, I'm not asking
Commissioner Mulrooney
Students Will Hear Lecture
you for a social encounter, but
Program to Include Dancing,
rather I'm trying to find out
To Address Students;
On Current Problems
about your appreciation of finer
Games, Refreshments;
H a g a m a n to Speak
things.
In World Today
Admission Free
If you're going to be home
Young Women's Christian Assostudying—well, maybe you rate
Rabbi Bamberger will be the guest
The sophomore class will innovate
ciation will conduct a panel discusnormal. However, if you wish to
speaker today in Student assembly,
sion on crime at a meeting, Thurs- j be rated in the upper ten you'll
a class get together in the Ingle
according to Warren Densmore, '38,
day, November 18 at 3:30 o'clock in
be listening to Robert Frost, one
room of the Alumni Residence
president. His topic will be "Labor
room 200 of Draper hall, according
of America's greatest modern
halls
tonight from 8:00 to 11:30
in
World
Peace."
Rabbi
Bamberger
to Jean Edgcumbe, '38, president.
poets, who is appearing at Chanlias been active in international and
o'clock according to Lloyd Kelly,
The topic for the entire panel will
cellor's hall on the above date.
governmental affairs for many years.
be "How Serious Is the Crime i n '
president of the class.
However if you're just a jam
He has had a great deal of experNew York State?"
mad, moronically inclined perThe program of the evening will
ience in promoting the cause of
sonality you'll be over to the
Among the speakers will be Edfeature entertainment by the Big
labor
in
America.
Fireman's
ball
at
Troy
listening
ward Mulrooney, former police com-1
Apple dancers of the yellowltes.
to the swingy syncopations of
mis.sioner of New York City, now
Rabbi Bamberger took a four year
Dancing, games and refreshments
Russ Morgan and his orchestra.
head of the State Department of
pre-thcological course at Johns Hopwill complete the evening's activities.
So, what do you rate in this
Correction; Frederick Hagaman, a
kins and graduated in three years
Lloyd Kelly, '40, president of the
party is intended primarily
member of the Federal Bureau of j test, we wonder? But we'll be
with highest honors as valedictorian sophomore class which Is conducting forThis
the purpose of reacquainting the
Investigation; and Mr. Hebling from I seeing you poetically swinging.
of his class. Next, he attended the a class get together tonight in the sophomores and arousing class spirit.
the Coxsackie Industrial school,
Hebrew Union college in Cincinnati Ingle room of the Alumni Residence There will be no charge for the got
Cox.sacklc, N. Y.
|
and there covered the regular five halls.
together.
Mr. Mulrooney, who will lead the
year course in three years.
Joseph Cappiello has been apdiscussion and consider the subject
At the time of his ordination, he
pointed general chairman for the
from the viewpoint of the causes
was the youngest Rabbi in the world
event. Committees who will assist
of crime, has been commissioner of
and remained so for two years. He
Mr. Cappiello are: arrangements,
the Department of Correction of the I
is the officiating Rabbi at Temple
John Newstead, chairman; refreshState of New York since February,
Beth Emeth in Albany
ments, Miriam Shapiro, chairman;
1936. He began his career as a
Will Explain Aims of Council;
L. F r i e d l a n d e r
Appoints
entertainment, Marie O ' M e a r a,
He lias been a Rabbi in this city
patrolman on the police force of
Goldberg
to
be
Chairman
chairman; chaperones and guests,
for nine years and during tills time
Committees' Members
New York City in 1896 and advanced !
Marion Kingsley, chairman.
has been very active in community
by promotion until he became police
District L e a d e r s
|
The
State
College
Music
council
affairs both here and in New York
commissioner in 1932. He held that
• will conduct a tea on November 18 The class will vote Tuesday to elect
position until 1936 when he accepted
After Speaker Leonard Friedland- city. Rabbi Bamberger Is an active from 3:30 to 5:00 o'clock in the a vicepresident and an M. A. A. remember
of
the
Inter-racial
council
his present position.
presentative.
er, '39, of the State College Constiof this city and has spoken to many Lounge of Richardson hall, accordDue to the election of Rita SulliHe is also chairman of the New tutional Assembly announced that gentile and Jewish congregations re- ing to the announcement made by
van as secretary of the Student assoYork State Alcoholic Beverage Con- there would be hearings between the garding economic conditions. Last i Muriel Goldberg, '38, president.
regular
bi-weekly
meetings,
commitThe tea will be for freshmen try- ciation, the office of vice-president
trol Board. Mr. Mulrooney should be
year he was awarded a $500 essay
able to present some very interesting tees were appointed to carry on the prize from competition throughout outs for the council. The main pur- was vacated. The nominees are:
sidelights because of his long asso- research and hearings on the six the United States. During his ten- pose of the tea is to acquaint the Ladislau Balog, Joseph Cappiello,
ciation with organizations combat- resolutions introduced by the stu- ure here, lie has helped in the re- council members with the freshmen, Frances Field, Leonaid Kowalsky,
dents.
and to inform the freshmen who arc Lillian Rivkind, Doris Shultes, Waling crime.
The committee which held the building of the Trinity, Dutch ReThe discussion will be augmented first of the proposed series of public formed and Lutheran churches trying out just what the council ter Simmons, Robert Stevens and
Jane Wilson.
b.v contributions from Mr. Hagaman hearings was the uni-camcral legis- which had burned since his appoint- stands for.
Muriel Goldberg, '38, will be genBecause of the illness of James
who will talk on rural crime, and Mr. lature group headed by Sally Whelan ment to Albany.
eral chairman of the tea. The com- Quinn and his subsequent absence
Hebling who will present new ideas ; '38.
He
is
a
member
of
the
Board
of
mittees
who
will
assist
Miss
Goldberg
on reform.
Considering the resolution favor- Central Conference of Rabbis which are: arrangements, Dorothy Cain, from school, another M. A. A. repThis meeting undoubtedly will be ing the use of motor vehicle revenues is one of the most influential coun- '38. and Betty Baker, '39; publicity, resentative must be chosen. Those
of genuine interest to all those who for highway purposes only, are Vir- cils of its kind in the United States. Margaret Maftison, '39; invitations, nominated for this position are:
attend. The college men arc espec- ginia Hall, '39, chairman; Sally! Following tlie address by Rabbi Alice Brown, '40, and Lillian Rivkind. Frank Augustine, Ladislau Balog,
Walter Harper, Homer Leggett, and
ially invited to come and participate; Logan and Abe Wasserman, seniors; Bamberger, Warren I. Densmore, '38, '40.
Arthur
Seld.
in the discussion.
Elizabeth Lockwood and Julius j association president, will call for The committee has planned a proHershkowitz, juniors; Harry Karch- ! general announcements before ad-j gram of entertainment for the freshmer, Mary Arndt and Robert Martin, Mourning the meeting.
men.
sophomores; and Adele Ronan, Jack
Mesek and Robert Hertel, freshmen.
Holding hearings on the resolution
regarding the protection of people
against irresponsible labor groups
are Betty Hayford, '39, chairman;
William Bradt,Florence &ubres, Jean
Joyce Mnycock, '39, who will serve
Tonight. State College's national I Novak, and Edward Reynolds, senas chairman of the Lounge commithonorary educational
Fraternity, iors; Jeanne Chrisler, Caroline Mat-1
tee for the coining year, lias anKappa Phi Kappa, Chi Chapter, will tice, Betty Austin, and Larry Stral.fThe letter printed here was read and explained to Myskania by Dr. nounced her assistants, plans for
conduct its annual fall banquet at ner, juniors; Marcia Brown, Betty
A.
R.
Brubacher,
president
of
the
college.
Myskania
asks
the
student
teas and rules for the use of the
Wellington hotel on State street. Denmark, and Kenneth Haser, sophbody to peruse its contents and cooperate with Myskania in making Lounge.
Dr. Risley, profe.ssor of the History omores; and Frank Fillipone, '41.
the answer an intelligent and helpful aid for faculty consideration
department, will be the guest speakThe Lounge of Richardson hall
Ramona VanWie, '38, heads the' of student, opinion. The letter follows:
er.
will be open every day from 10:00 uncommittee on peace, aided by Char- Myskania,
til 4:30 o'clock. There will be someFormal initiation was held last lotte Fox. Marion Dayton, Victoria
State College has been operating a five-year curri- one always present to supervise, and
Tuesday in the Lounge of Richard- Bil/.i, William Hopkc, and Regina
son hall for the following new mem- Murphy, juniors; Dave Minsberg, culum since li)14, the fifth year being on the graduate Hie rule, allow no smoking, eating
or dancing.
bers: Paul Dittman Lon Helmer, Sally Young, Esther Lane, and Edgar level from the start.
and John Stromei, seniors; George Perretz, sophomores.
The first lea will be November
New regulations in certification and licensing of teach- 17, and will be in honor of
Amyot, James Spence, William Ryan,
Announcement of the temporary
Joseph Wells, Thomas Lovalenti, floor leaders for the fifty-one sen- ers demand curriculum readjustments and consequently Good Book week and Is sponsored by
Michael Walko. Carol Lehman,, atorial districts has been made by six different faculty committees are now at work on spec- the library school.
Charles Franklin. William Torrens, Speaker Friedlander.
Prances Wolak, '38. who is presiific assignments of curriculum problems.
Ed more Melanson, and Charles Kelly '
dent
of library school, will be chairThe
leaders
with
their
respective
1 believe it will be profitable to know the students' mind
juniors.
districts are as follows: District 1. on some of the problems that confront us. As the liaison man of this tea and she will be
assisted by June Palmer, '3D.
The principal highlights of the Delia Dolan, "39; District 4, Arthur
evening will be the presentation to Held, '40; District 24, Doris'Parizot, group between the student body and faculty, Myskania
Other groups sponsoring teas durDr. Risley of an honorary key. Dr. '41); Districts 25-26, Betty Hayford, seems peculiarly qualified to formulate student opinion. t.he year will be the Women's AthRisley, a graduate of Colgate Uni- '39; District 27, William Torrens, '39; I therefore invite you to explore that opinion ami to report letic Association, Young Women's
versity, superbly exemplified during District 28, Marion Rockefeller, '39;
Christian Association and other
his college years just what an all- District 30, Christine Ades, '39; Dls- your findings to me not later than April 15, (Easter recess) campus groups. Plans are already
uround athlete should be. He Is well irist 31, Marion Minsl, '39; District
underway for a Christmas tea, acknown throughout Eastern and Cen- 32, Albeit Arehilzel. '39; District 33,
Your assignment; Desirable Curriculum Changes and cording to Miss Maycock.
tral collegiate football circles as an Harriet Hprague, '40; District 34,
The assistants to Miss Maycock
authority on this national pastime. Bernard Qaffn, v, '39; District 35, .lildilians.
are: reception, Florence Nelbach, '38,
Suggestive questions:
During Hie years in which Dr. Risley Margaret Fehlner, '39; District 36,
and Roger Moran, '40; publicity,
has served us head of the History Robert, Agone, '39; District 37, Dee
(a) Is the present curriculum sufficiently realistic?
Marlon Forman, ".'0; departmental
department, he has been Instrumen- Jesse. '39; District. 40, Joseph Mug(b) Is the College curriculum, as you have experienced work, Joan Byron, '39; kitchen, Lois
tal In initiating many new and ex- gletou, '39; District 41, Kalherine
tremely liberal educational ideas. Adams, '39; District 42, Edgar B. it, an adequate instrument for the self-education of State Game, '40; serving. Helen Biforella,
'39; decorations, Janet Montfort, '40;
His presence has given Inspiration 0'Hora,'39; District 43, Roger Moran, College undergraduates?
William Torrens and
to new as well as old members of '40; Districts 45-46, Thomas Loval(e) Are the liberal or cultural offerings sufficiently entertainment,
Ruth Lewis, juniors; clean-up, Berhis division.
enti, '39; District 47, Arthur Damper, broad and thorough ?
nard Oaffney, '39; facu.ty, Eloise
Members of I lie faculty who are '39; District 48, 49, 50, Stanley
(d) What points of strength and what defects in the Hartman, '40.
Smith,
'41;
and
District
51,
Ramona
members of Kappa Phi Kappa are:
professional program are revealed by your experiences The faculty advisors for the comDr. Brubacher, Dr. Nelson, Dr. Van Wiu, '38.
mittee are Miss Helen H, Moreland,
in
practice teaching?
Sayles, Dr. Fredericks, Dr. Hicks,
Speaker Friedlander announces
dean of women, Mrs. Anna Barsam,
Your
cooperation
in
this
study
is
earnestly
desired,
Dr. Belk, Dr. Smith, Dr. French, Dr. that the next session will be conassistant instructor in home ecoD. V. Smith, Mr. Hidley, Mr. Bulger,! ducted Tuesday afternoon at 3:30
A. R, Brubacher,
nomics, and Miss Laura P. Thompo'clock.
ami Mr. Klncella.
President
son, manager of college cafeteria.
Speaker Names
Assembly Heads
Kappa Phi Kappa
To Have Banquet
fa a lap ofsmokers
turning to em
every day
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, AI.HANV,
Council to Conduct
Tea for Freshman
A Five Year Curriculum
Maycock Will Be
Lounge Chairman
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