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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 17, 1939
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State Students
Start Program
To Aid Refugees
Volunteers Plan Instruction
with Local Supervisor
of Social Group
T h e refugee problem In Albany
h a s been m e t here a t S t a t e college
with t h e a p p o i n t m e n t of a committee several weeks ago by S t u d e n t council t o p l a n a p r o g r a m r e garding t h e refugees i n Albany.
Members of this committee a r e
Marion Rockefeller, Leonard F r i e d lander, Betty Hayford, seniors, a n d
members of Myskania, senior c a m pus leadership society; Geraldine
Kwing, Lloyd Kelly, a n d Max Sykes,
juniors; A d a Parshall, '41, a n d Paul
Merritt, '42.
Class Cancels Party
SLS Lists New Pledges
T h e " h a r d times" p a r t y recently
Sigma L a m b d a Sigma pledged t h e
following m e n : J a m e s Sherwod, '40, p l a n n e d by t h e members of t h e
Debate council will sponsor a panel Ernest Case, '41, Henry G e r m o n d junior class h a s been cancelled b e cause of lack of interest.
discussion with a women's t e a m from a n d T h o r p e De Void, freshmen.
the University of Buffalo Wednesday
evening a t 8:00 o'clock in t h e Lounge
of Richardson hall. P a r t i c i p a n t s
Dial 5-1913
Geo. D. Jeoney, P r o p
representing S t a t e college will be
Betty Denmark, '40, a n d Dorothy
J o h n s o n , '41.
T h e subject of t h e panel will be
p u m p - p r i m i n g , a n d t h e discussion
will be divided into four p a r t s :
1. Economic conditions preceding
t h e New Deal,
'pump-priming,' a n d t h e discussion
how it works.
3. Results of 'pump-priming.'
4. A r g u m e n t s for a n d against.
ALBANY, N. Y.
198-200 CENTRAL AVENUE
All s t u d e n t s a r e Invited to a t t e n d
a n d participate in t h e discussion.
Debaters to Sponsor
Advanced Dramatics
'Pump-Priming' Panel
To Present Last Play
Advanced D r a m a t i c s will p r e s e n t
the last one-act play of t h e season
on Thursday, M a r c h 23 a t 8:15
o'clock in Page hall a u d i t o r i u m .
Louis Francello, '40, is t h e director
of the presentation, w h i c h will be
a comedy. T h e cast includes Rose
De Cotis, Betty Clark, a n d Alvin
Weiss, juniors; Howard M e r r i a m
and Ernest Case, sophomores; a n d
J o h n Nordell, '39.
The committee assisting F r a n c e l l o
is as follows: house a n d publicity,
Nan Emery, '39; lights, R i t a Sullivan, '40; sets, M a r y K o o n z a n d
Teresa Walsh, juniors; props, M a r cia Brown, '40; m a k e - u p , J a n e Wilson, '40; a n d costumes,
Ruby
Stewart, '40.
Boulevard Cafeteria
and Cnll
I n going about its work, t h e committee is following a two-fold p l a n p e r m i t t i n g one refugee t o audit
classes, a n d tutoring a group of
refugees in English. T h i s work h a s
been recognized i n a recent report
of t h e Intercollegiate Committee of
t h e United S t a t e s to Aid Refugees,
when t h e following a p p e a r e d : "New
York S t a t e College for Teachers is
unable to raise funds b u t h a s plans
for permitting one refugee to audit
classes, a n d also h a s plans for t u toring a group in English."
T h e committee h a s already secured t h e permission of President
Brubacher for Dr. Gumpel, a refugee from G e r m a n y , to a u d i t classes
this semester. A r r a n g e m e n t s have
also been m a d e for several s t u d e n t s
to tutor m a n y of t h e refugees in
the city. T h e following students
have volunteered for this work:
Marcia Brown, Noreen Cappiello,
Betty Cummings, J o h n Eckel, Aina r d Gelbond, M a r i o n Hinden, Henry
Kraatz, David Kreher, H a n n a h L a kritz, T h o m a s Parson, Baird P o s kanzer, Pearl S t a r r , David M i n s berg, A n n e K a l i c h m a n , Mildred
Streifer, a n d Lillian F r a n k .
Every Wednesday this group meets
under t h e supervision of Miss C e cilia Shapiro, from t h e Jewish S o cial service in Albany. Miss S h a piro, a g r a d u a t e of S t a t e college, also
teaches refugees a n d in t h e Wednesday meetings goes over h e r plans
with t h e volunteer students, who
give t h e refugees individual instruction. T h e committee wishes to e x press their appreciation to Miss
Shapiro for valuable suggestions.
at $1920 monthly.
These s t u d e n t workers are engaged in m a n y varied tasks, some in the
college a n d others in outside organizations. Some do clerical work for
the faculty, administrative office
work, laboratory assistance, research,
library service, a n d desk duty a t the
Residence hall. Others work outside the college for the Albany Pub-1
lie library, S t a l e Education departm e n t or do recreational work a l the .
Albany Home for Children, Jewish
Community center a n d similar or-1
ganizations.
According to Fairbank, Dean Moreland hopes t h f NYA assistance will j
be offered again next year. No definite a n n o u n c e m e n t , however, will
be available on this until mld-summer.
Announcements
concerning
NYA, however, will be released
shortly a n d s t u d e n t s a r e requested
to watch t h e NKWH a n d bulletin
boards for s u c h information,
Recently NYA s t u d e n t s have subm i t t e d affidavits of citizenship or
allegiance to t h e United States.
T h i s was done in a c c o r d a n c e with ins t r u c t i o n s from t h e New York S t a t e
h e a d q u a r t e r s of NYA.
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Soiree Will Open
Social Calendar
Of Spring Events
1941 to Conduct Gala Dance
from 10 to 2 o'CIock
at Aurania Club
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY,
State's Radio Program
To Feature Educators
F l a s h ! S t a t e College Radio
Guild goes on t h e air—again—
a n d this time t h e program will
really be different. F o r the fourth
of a series of programs sent out
on t h e a i r waves from our c a m p us, the Guild h a s secured t h e
services of two of capital districts
leading educators, Dr. Arvie Aidred of Troy a n d Dr. T h o m a s Pillsbury of Schenectady, to assist Dr.
A. R. Brubacher in a round table
discussion concerning t h e mechanisms of t h e Regents Inquiry.
Dr. Aldred, brother of Mrs.
Brimmer, executive secretary of
our Alumni association, is well
known in t h e field of education
as present executive secretary of
New York S l a t e Teachers asscclation a n d editor of its magazine.
I n 1921) he received a n honorary
Ph.D. from S t a t e college. His colleague, Dr. Pillsbury, is superint e n d e n t of Schenectady schools.
Dr. Brubacher will Introduce
the discussion by a short talk in
which he will set u p some of the
problems t h a t beset t h e inquiry.
Here is a n opportunity for S l a t e
s t u d e n t s to get a n authoritative
explanation of this set up which
as future teachers they should
know.
State Delegates
Attend Conclave
Edge, Lonsdale, Friedlander
to Discuss Problems
A b o u t E d u c ition
From T h u r s d a y evening through
S a t u r d a y t h e E a s t e r n S t a t e s ' Association of Professional Schools for
Teachers will conduct its fourteenth
annual spring conference a t t h e
Pennsylvania hotel In New York
city. Representing S t a t e college will
be J o h n Edge, Richard Lonsdale,
and Lecnard Friedlander, seniors,
who were appointed by President
Brubacher about a month ago.
Besides s l u d e n t officers a n d student delegates from teacher training
institutions, various school officers,
including t h e United States commissioner of education,
facultymembers, supervisors of student
teaching, a n d m a n y others connected with teacher training in eastern schools, have been invited to
attend.
MARCH
24,
1939
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CALENDAR F O R T H E W E E K
Mar. 24 Rivalry sing in Assembly.
24 Senior Class meeting.
25 Sports Night.
25 Foreign Policy association luncheon a n d discussion.
2(i Newman club C o m m u nion Breakfast.
28 A d v a n c e d Dramatics
debate
with
28 Varsity
Rutgers.
IK) Lecture by Baroness de
Hucck, sponsored by
Newman club.
30 Radio program.
30 Math club meeting.
debate
with
30 Varsity
University of Vermont.
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Baird and Kluge Will Direct
Social, Athletic Events
Tomorrow Night
One week from tonight m a r k s t h e
THREE MAIN ACTIVITIES
opening of the spring social season
w h e n t h e sophomore class will conProgram Will Begin at Eight;
duct t h e Sophomore Soiree from
Admission Charere to Be
10:00 until 2:00 o'clock in t h e
One to Ten Cents
A u r a n i a club, to l h e music of I s h a m
J o n e s a n d his orchestra. C a t h e r i n e
by Joseph Boslcy
O'Bryan. general c h a i r m a n of t h e 1
Saturday night, March 25, M.A.A.
dance, feels confident t h a t "If t h e
and W.A.A. will get together for
splendid work being done by various
the third a n n u a l Sports Ni'jht. Last
committees is a n indication of t h e
year, Duke Hersh a n d Louise Hesscooperation wo will receive from t h e 1
ney put on a show t h a t went over
school, Soiree will easily be a s u e - 1
with a bang. Marge Baird a n d
cess."
Frank Kluge a r e confident t h a t they
Bids a r e now on sale for $3.50 p e r i
and their committees c a n repeat t h e
couple a t t h e table in the lower
athletic triumph.
corridor of Draper hall. T h e p u b J. Edrnore Melanson will lend his
licity committee h a s devised a novel j
booming baritone to t h e sound efmethod of letting t h e school know
fects to preside over t h e sports
Membership in t h e association is
how m a n y bids have been sold to
parade of '39.
both institutional a n d individual.
each class. At the bid table t h e r e
Four F e a t u r e s
Institutions include those of a c will be four ladders, each in t h e
ceptable s t a n d i n g in several classes
T h e program h a s been divided Into
color of the different classes. As
of schools which either have educafour features.
At 8:00 o'clock
each class purchases a bid, a m a n
tion d e p a r t m e n t s or whose primary
(sharp) there will be a n exhibition
will ascend one rung of their l a d - 1
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s
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m
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n
a
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d
S
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p
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o
m
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s
function is teacher training. I n I of male a n d female athletic t a l e n t
der. T h u s , everyone c a n see t h e
to Strive for Points
dividual membership m a y be secured
in the Page hall gym. This will
interest being shown in Soiree. Bids
by officers, faculty, or students of
in S o n g C o n t e s t
include a fast basketball contest b e will also be on sale a t t h e door.
tween the m e n a n d women of S t a t e .
; member Institutions.
T h e latest styles a n d syncopations
This morning's assembly will fea- Following the struggle will be a
in swing will be supplied by Jones,
The program for t h e conference
:is divided into two main p a r t s : dis- ture the a n n u a l f r e s h m a n - s o p h o - ping pong m a t c h by t h e male conwho for many years h a s remained
cussions a n d addresses In t h e a d - more song contest, in which each tingent a n d a b a d m i n t o n brawl
a national favorite. Jones is being
Five debates, four varsity a n d one ministrative a n d Instructional dlvl- class will try to outsing its rival. sponsored by t h e females. T h e freshfeatured this weekend a t t h e U n i freshman, a r e listed on this week's jSlon a n d panel discussions in the T h e program will consist of eight men and sophomore women will lock
versity of Pennsylvania.
debate schedule.
Soiree Couple
[student conferences. T h e purposes songs, each of t h e classes rendering in a volleyball contest a n d , after
On
Monday
evening,
SLate
will
of the latter a r e many, but p a r - , a song to the rival class, a song for the flesh a n d hair h a s been cleared
T h e r e is much speculation among
away, the m e n representatives of
the sophomores as to who t h e " T y p - debate New Roehelle and Fordham, ticularly: they aim to promote a c - \1 ils own class, a n original Alma M a - the same classes will square off a t
u n d e r - ter, a n d lastly, "Arm in Arm."
ical Soiree Couple" will be. T h i s away. T h e New Roehelle encounter quaintance a n d common
volleyball to complete t h e massacre.
couple, which will be chosen by lind.s Betty Hayford, ','!!), a n d Betty standing among s t u d e n t groups so ' l h e class of 1941, according to t r a d i - A snappy square dance, live rounds
I s h a m Jones a n d his two vocalists, D e n m a r k , '40, defending t h e nega- that they may effectively cooperate tion, will open t h e contest.
The winning class will be awarded of exhibition boxing, a n d a tumbling
will not necessarily come from (he tive of the proposition: "Resolved: in enriching their life as prospecT
h
a
t
1
hi'
United
States
should
form
leachers,
to
disseminate
i
n
two
a n d one-half points in rivalry, fiesta let! by Bill Torrens a n d his
five
sophomore class.
a
n
alliance
will:
G
n
a
t
Britain."
and
both sides a r e confident of Whirling Dervishes will add spice to
j
formation
helpful
in
t
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a
t
a
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t
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m
p
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,
Guests will include: Dr. Abram
T h e sophomores
point the program.
II. Brubacher, president, a n d Mrs. Against F o r d h a m , F r a n k l i n Kehrig ' a n d to join with t h e faculty in victory.
The scene for t h e second feature
B r u b a c h e r ; Dr. Milton G. Nelson, and Tin mas La Verne, seniors, will showing the public the importance proudly to their success in t h e Mov- of the evening will be laid in t h e
dean, a n d Mrs. Nelson: a n d Miss uphold lhe negative of lhe resolu- 1 of the work of teacher training i n - ing-up day sing last year, while t h e Commons where M.A.A. a n d A.A.A.
class of 1942 firmly m a i n t a i n s t h a i
Helen H. Morelund, dean of s t u - tion: "Resolved: T h a t the Presi- stitutions.
have taken up B a r n u m on a slightd e n t a n d Congress shall not declare
dents.
Friday morning t h e r e will be six it plans to use t h e contest as a ly smaller scale T h e r e will be n o
war
for
the
United
Stales
except
means
of
partially
evening
up
t
h
a
t
such student panel groups. Edge will
Cbaporones for the evening a r e :
elephants, bareback riders, or a c r o take p a r t in t h e group discussing rivalry score.
Mi'. Paul G. Bulger, secretary of in ease of invasion."
Rutgers
a
n
d
S
t
a
t
e
will
conduct
a
T h e sophomore songs a r e to be bats, but bingo, turtle races, wind
lhe topic of " P r e p a r i n g Teachers for
the Appointment bureau, a n d Mrs.
contests, penny jugs, d a r t s , a n d bean
Bulger; Mr. Edward L. Cooper, In- panel discussion on " P u m p - p r i m i n g " Citizenship" a n d Lonsdale in t h e led by Mary Miller, who, with t h e guessing will be ample substitutes.
Ritchie,
structor in commerce, and Mrs. on t h e following night in the Lounge group discussing "Education P r o - assistance of Charlotte
wrote the words to them. Merrill Don't worry about clowns—State h a s
Cooper; Mr. G. Elliot Hatfield, i n - of Richardson hall a t »:00 o'clock. grams for Tomorrow."
Wulrath
composed
t h e original Its share.
structor in physical education a n d Lawrence S t r a t t n e r , '39, a n d Joseph
Saturday morning, summaries of
As each person participates In
athletic coach, a n d Mrs. Hatfield: Schwartz, '41, will represent S t a t e . these conference groups will be music to the Alma M a t e r which t h e
On Thursday evening, S t a t e will
class of 1941 will sing. Rita Kell is these games of skill for the nominal
Mr. Adam A. Walker, professor of
given.
Friedlander
will
present
t
h
e
lee of one red cent in American
economics a n d sociology, a n d Mrs. e n t e r t a i n women debaters from the summary of group l on "Develop- the freshman song leader, a n d the money, the winner will receive a
University of Vermont. This diswords
and
music
of
t
h
e
frosh
song
Walker.
ment of S t u d e n t Initiative, Leadercussion will also concern " P u m p - ship, and Responsibility."
for the freshmen were written by punch on t h e ticket he or s h e will
Committees
receive upon entering. Incidentally,
priming."
Ira Hlrsch.
T h e committees assisting Miss
ft will not be a case of all work
Faculty Judges a r e Mr. William G. at the door, will be a stack of cards
T h e freshman engagement will
O'Bryan are as follows: a r r a n g e and no play, however. Friday evefrom which S t a t e s t u d e n t s will draw
ments, Louise Snell, c h a i r m a n , Syl- bring Colgate here 011 Friday a t ning a student-faculty banquet will Hardy, Instructor in English; Miss a request to d o n a t e from one to
Ruth Hutchins, assistant professor
via Greenblatt. Alma Knowles, J o h n 9:00 o'clock in lhe Lounge. T h e
ten cents as a n admission fee.
Murray, a n d Clarence Olsen; c h a p - debate will be conducted in panel be conducted. T h i s wdll be followed | of fine a r t s ; a n d Dr.T. Frederick H. T h e ticket will be retained for
by a dance a n d social program In the j Candlyn,
assistant professor of
crones, Anne Norberg and Ada P a r - form a n d each side will have three banquet hall of t h e hotel.
the winning punches. At t h e end
1 music.
shall,
co-chairmen;
invitations, speakers. Selma Leis, Ralph T i b of the evening, t h e punches on
betts,
and
Fred
Ferris
will
speak
Lyditt
Bond,
chairman,
Marion
each card will be counted a n d t h e
Keables, B a r b a r a G r a n t , N o r m a n for t h e class of 1942.
person with t h e largest number of
Levy a n d Howard Merriam.
punches will be awarded a prize—
Music, Stephen Bull, c h a i r m a n ,
lhe prize h a s yet to be revealed.
J o h n Alden, Charles Manso, Doro(Continued on page H, column l))
thy Peak, a n d Prances Wood; proby
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048,582 seconds equals 10,847 m i n - night clubs, a n d colleges. T h e bund Alumni Group to Dine
Novell!, a n d Catherine Shafer; p u b utes
equals 180 hours equals 7 ' i days bus played a t such well known spots
licity, J a m e s Chapel!, c h a i r m a n
S t u d e n t s who have yet to submit
as Ibe Cocoanut Grove, the Rltz
Tomorrow Afternoon
J o h n Gurdephe, Louis G r e e n s p a n Informal ion concerning lhe offices equals one-fourth of a month equals Curium
hotel, t h e St. Francis
Tomorrow afternoon the eastern
Stephen Kuxuk, lien Pogor, a n d which they hold are requested by 2,1 per cent of a year equals a p - hotel in Sun Francisco, Atlantic
proximately one week I (WOW.) And
branch of the S t a t e College for
Madeline Keesn.V.
lhe Feint System Revision commit- t h i i l s Just the length of time be- City's Steel Pier, the Hotel Lincoln, Teachers
alumni
will
conduct
tee to do so us sunn as possible. tween now a n d the moment, when lhe Hollywood resluuruilt, a n d Col- a spring luncheon' a t 1:00 o'clock In
Noles
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the Alumni Residence halls, All the
Leese, '3!) c h a i r m a n , Leonard Fried- in the social event of l h e seasi 11, cago.
alumni of t h e capital district are e x Annual .Spring Retreat lander, '89 or iin.v other committee "Soph
Isham Jones is a n accomplished peeled to make reservations. E n t e r Soiree," will he swinging a n d
T h e Newman club of .Slate college 1111 m b r, Blanks may be seemed swaying to the syncopal ions of none musician himself, a n d is listed t a i n m e n t will be provided by College
111
lhe
activities
office.
will conduct il;, a n n u a l retreat a n d
other than t h a t maestro of muestros, among lhe ten linest composers of bouse under the direction of William
communion
breakfasl 1111 Friday.
Presidi iii: ; ul all classes, club', a n d Isham Jones.
popular music in America. He is Bogosta, ';)!).
Saturday MIHI .Sunday, M i n e 11 24 2:i miliar organizations are to preseiil
responsible lor "dishing" us mil such
At the close of i h e luncheon, t h e
Did you say I.'bam Jones? Yes. line numbers us "Chinatown, My
and 2(1 T h e r e l i c it w i l l be eon- lists ol nil ol llees a n d present holda n n u a l meeting of t h e G r a d u a t e
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committee
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Beo'clock.
dueled
council will be conducted In t h e
of lhe year t h e sophomore class
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mid 2:31) T h e s e list;, should include all ol lice',, lias been tort tinute 1 Hough to secure lieve It's True," " C h i n a Boy," "More Ingle room with Olive Horning McT h a n liver," " T h u n k s for Every- DeriiHiit, '17, c h a i r m a n , a n d Anne
O'i luck in lhe Chapel ( I the Acad- regardless of whether or not they
eiti.v D I lhe ilu l.v Name: . Muss will are al present under the Point .Sys- the services ul one of lhe nalion's thing," and countless others, as well Brownlow Tremper, '17, vice-chairbest
known
bandmasters,
Always
us the recent "It Had to Be You,"man, presiding. All presidents of
be iSuiulu) a I 11:31) O'I lock 111 t h e tem.
Griii in DI Our Lady of Lourdcs, loOrganization heads a n d all other on lop, I'M now a t t h e peak of his written in collaboration with G u s branch associations, class council.!• lies
comes
lo S t a t e K a h n ,
ealed on lhe curlier of O n t a r i o s t u d e n l s interested in changing the career,
ors, a n d members of t h e board of
completed
street a n d Madi sell avenue. Rev. present organization a n d operation throne!, a r r a n g e m e n t s
If you want a sample of what directors a r e expected to a t t e n d ,
with
Consolidated
Radio
Artists,
Sebastian Weber, O.M.C., will con- ol t h e system are advised t h a i the
t h a t Jones m a n can do, Just drop Plans will be m a d e for Alumni day,
committee will consider all recom- Inc.
duct lhe retreat.
Into the Commons next week a n d and the councilors will collaborate
Mass will be followed Immediately m e n d a t i o n s m a d e lo It In writing. T h e famous aggregation Is noted listen to t h e vie pulsating with t h e with Miss Elizabeth Shaver, i n s t r u c by a communion breakfast in t h e It is expected t h a t a hearing will from coast to coast through Its m a n y liquid notes of t h a t sweet swingster tor a n d supervisor in history, o n
cafeteria of Vinoentlan Institute. bo conducted by t h e committee be- network broadcasts, phonograph of Soiree; or, belter yet, grab this research material concerning the
Rev. George Brown, O.8.O., will be fore li submits Ils report to t h e records, and personal appearances a t opportunity to see h i m in person a t history of t h e practice teaching of
S t u d e n t association on April 21.
S t a t e college.
some of t h e country's leading hotels, the Aurania club Friday n i g h t I
guest speaker.
Revision Committees
To Conclude Work
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for more smoking pleasure is
VOL. XXIII, No. 20
M.A.A., W.A.A. to Present
Third Annual Sports Night
Rivals to Sing
At 11:10 Today
State Schedules
Five Debates
Fairbank Submits
Report on N. Y. A.
According to t h e recent report of
Roswell Fairbank, '40, s t u d e n t d i rector of t h e National Youth a d m i n istration, to Miss Helen Hall Moreland, dean of students, 147 State
college studenls a r e on t h e payroll
of this agency of t h e Federal government.
T h e report shows t h a i 95 undergraduates a n d 8 graduates a r e working full lime on NYA a n d 44 underg r a d u a t e s are employed for halftime. T h e budget of the NYA prog r a m at S t a t e college is estimated
S t a t e College News
Isham Jones, Soiree Swingster
Has Outstanding Musical Career
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS
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The undergraduate Newspaper of New York State
Colloge for Teacners
Published every Friday of the college year by the
News Board representing the Student Association
Telephones: Office, 5-9373; O'Hora, 3-2843; Strong,
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Bloody Bayonets
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-STA r m .CGLLEGE. NEWS, MARCH 24, 1939
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 24, 1939
Forum Approves
Two Resolutions
Members Favor Continuance
The match that will set the war flames off seems
of Dies Investigation;
closer than ever to the dry tinder. And again I'd
Federal Relief
The freshmen are full of enlike to appeal to the sanity of our government and ask
thusiasm; the sophomores are rather
At its regular session, conducted more than less so; the juniors have
it to think of our policy-to-be in the next war.
I believe the only sensible idea is to sell to the war- on Tuesday afternoon, March 21, definitely lost theirs; and the
RKPRESCNTBD FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY
ring nations what they want no matter which side the Forum of Politics passed two seniors—Well, let's not even mention
resolutions, from committees on reNational Advertising Service, Inc.
they're en, for cash. Cash and carry, to bs exact, be- lief, appropriation and the Dies it. Within the same month two
c;lass-sponsored functions have been
College Publishers Representative
cause they must buy materials from us on our shores committee respectively.
called eff, the Senior Tea Dance and
4 2 0 MADISON AVE.
NEW YORK, N. Y.
and then worry about the delivery themselves.
CHICACO ' BOSTON ' LOS ANOILKB - SAN FRANCISCO
Debate on the following resolution, the Junior Party, because so few
Class meetings are
All right, then, the country won't fight for its ideals. "Resolved: That the Forum of cooperated.
Ideals—we fought for an ideal in 1917, we won the Politics go en record as favoring pathetic indeed. Quorums are pracTHE NEWS BOARD
the continuance of Federal relief tically extinct. Interesting case, isn't
war for the Allies. So—where are we today and for unemployment with changes in it, the degeneracy of class spirit?
Editor-in-Chief
JEAN STKONO
where are the independent nations we created—yes, administration which will bring
Co-Editor-in-Chief
The mad March Hare blew in the
EDGAR B. O'HOKA
Managing Editor and where are the natiens we thought were democra- about a more non-partisan, econom- other day to remark that there is
ROBERT E. HEHTWIO
Associate Managing Editor cies? We've had a depression besides losing the young ical and effective distribution of re- nothing madder than State college
OTTO J. HOWE
Associate Managing Editor intelligents that might have aided us greatly. Then j lief funds," was pursued keenly. The when it's mad. We hope he was reLEONARD E. KOV/ALSKY ...
report chairman, David ferring to "Springdingus." It was
Associate
Managing Editor there are the free nations we created after the war—see majority
SALLY E. YOUNG
Kotlcr, '41, presented the views in good cl—entertaining fun, from puffBusiness Manager
VICTORIA A. BII.ZI
them all, with Czechoslovakia at their head. I don't favor of the resolution, and Odell ed wheat to cookies. We shall overAdvertising Manager
Scott, '39, as minority chairman, upJOAN M. BYRON
Circulation Manager know but maybe I'm blind. But then I don't see the held the negative. The minority took entirely the defects; the laughs
GRACE B. CASTIOLINB
great democracies of Europe either; England and as uphtlvl by Scott, believed that the vovered them all! Student opinion
on the problem of which
Prance .seemingly are leaning more towards fascism administration rf relief should be diverges
was funnier than, what, but it is
THE NEWS STAFF
returned to local authorities.
than I'd liks to see any demccracy lean.
unanimous in acclaiming the facCharles Franklin
Men's Sports Editor
This is, I believe, an exact analogy of the crisis in
The report on the Dies committee ulty show. To tlic faculty we proBetty Clark
Women's Sports Editor
was presented by Fred Ferris, '42. sent—an A f -fl Let's have more
William Ryan
Assistant Sports Editor Europe—and we can't stop Hitler by saying we'll go After a slight amendment to the next year. The students like to see
Joseph Bosley
Assistant Sports Editor with Britain and France. Especially as his air force is original resolution of the committee, he faculty divested of pedantic,
superior to theirs and ours and his army mechanically the Fcrum passed the following res- pedagogical personality. To find
Feature Editors
as good.
loluticn: "Resolved: That the Forum, : lr m human increases our respect
Saul Greenwald
Charles Walsh
Let's just this once save our neck. Chamberlain although favoring the continuation and admiration for them. And say,
and Daladier have let Hitler line up facing Russia. |0l the committee on the investiga- you fellows—I guess we ain't foolin'
Associate Editors
tion of un-American activities, de- no body! What did Dr. Rlenow inAlbert Architzel, Charles Ettinger, Joyce Maycock, They have let the Germans trek east towards Stalin, plrres the unprof Esional manner in timate we were doing to "them" big
J, Edmore Mclanson, Alice Bartlow,
probably fearing Communism more than Fascism. [which Congressman Dies and his red apples? Uh—huh.,
Robert Cogger
Now war seems unavoidable, so let's see if they can I committee have carried on this in- Why talk about Pan-Americanism
vestigation."
Leonard Kowalsky, when perfectly good feelings air bepull their chestnuts out without getting singed.
Assistants to Business Board
'40,
gave
the
arguments
against the ing promoted right here in State
Already I can hear faintly the roll of drums and
Assistant Business Manager
Harriet Sprague
continuation of the Dies committee college? For instance. Sunday night
Assistant Advertising Manager
Kenneth Haser the riffs of the trumpets calling our country to the in order to provide the house with two Kappa Beta's went to a wedboth sides of the auestion
question before ding. Instead of the bride's bouAssistant Circulation Manager
Mary Gabriel j war spiiit. How do the State students feel?
quet they brought back three galTaking a poll of State fellows, we found a majority final deliberation took place
„Norman
« „ « . , . DeNeef
^ e . . »nu
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mB-.fcWM of lemrn sherbert, which they
and ™
Robert
of them would not fight in any war in which the
Kenzie, (uniors have been appointed |dished out at the surrounding group
United States was a participant unless our mainland as co-chairman of the Resolutions houses. Good neighbors? But, yes.
was actually attacked. I, myself, do believe in the committee to (ill the vacancy left by P v e r a t K a P ' 3 a D d l a Friday n i « h t
Otto J. Howe
"resignation of Thomas La- , U l e freshman had a vic-party. They
following pledge:
til
invited representatives from other
I solemnly swear that I will not aid by my services Verne, ".'A).
sororities lo attend. Cooperative?
the United States in any war other than one in which
But yes. We think you might be
our mainland is attacked by a foreign power.
pleasantly surprised if you adopted
the good-neighbor policy.
Edgar B. O'Hora.
The junior class, riding on the laurels of its
Walking down South Lake avenue
Saturday afternoon we noticed Psi
Soiree social success, did little work in the way of
j Gamma hanging out a big welcome
preparing for Junior Weekend. As a result of this
sign. The purpose was an "at
. j homo" for members from other sorneglect, the biggest social event of the year was a
A ff/ri i YQ
orities. Tuesday the A. E. Phi's were
r\11
U 11 o
11 getting their welcome sign polished
complete financial flop—to the tune of approximup, too, for a big event. Mrs. Reba
ately two hundred and fifty dollars. "Prom" was
C. E. W.
We thought we had a vacation this week, but
Bluestein Cohen, national Dean of
I A. E. Phi's from Charleston, Vira social success not worth the two hundred and "Springdingus" (we hope that's the way it's spelled!i
changed all our plans. We hope it will change the
We were going lo write the column | g l r i m , w n s t h e occasion.
plans of many Playgoers to come. It provides an op- as an open letter this week. We , The Albany Federal orchestra was
fifty dollar deficit.
portunity lor good stunts in the long interval between were going to declare our own perA few juniors heard rumors of a class "hard Campus day and Moving-up day. Ye say—S.CA.! sonal neutrality in the event of any well received again this year. It
was a unique sight to see Page hall
European
fracas
affecting
the crowded lo the- extent of Kpeople
w«,,.~
times" party. The lack of advertising and coopera- You've got something there.
hanging over the side lines during
The first skit —Newxupoppln—vt&a an adequate United States. We were going to IU1
tion put this party on the rocks and it had to be introduction to the evening's fun and frolic. Maybe It say that wc have not the slightest K assembly
period,
intention of playing the sucker for , i J ^ ; celebrated St. Pat's birthwasn't
a
masterpiece
of
satiric
drama,
but
it
was
anycanceled.
benefit but our own. But, ;£y w h a vie party. Joe Bosley
thing but dull! We have it on good authority that anybody's
,
,,
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,,
, was hit-of-the-evening with a big
even
the
east
wasn't
quite
sure
of
what
would
happen
Senior Tea Dance was canceled when the tickets
to avoid repetition, add our name to Vl,(,m 8 h a m r o c k i l n l h c p , a c c w h e l |
next!
the Commentstater.
| , m n t a |U.(, „ n t | 0 g c t s h , n y ( u n d
sold amounted to but a mere baker's dozen. There
Pctcy's Dream—we would call it, as the posters did,
* * *
we don't mean the knees.
the Awful Truth of Milne! Messrs. Frederick and
was some advertising, but it wa.s of a type that, does Hicks ought to have enough illustrative material from
Have
the
of, , We
expect LO
Lo ssee
gym OVCI'overl i i v . v - jyou
uu
inoticed
wvi^u
m^
,surge
i w » 6 i . f.
vv e I-AJJIUL
u e the
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ambltion in State's poster-making j run with Hippodamoelu and Herit to write a book— I we didn't say what kind of book;. ambition
not attract and hold the eye.
The lampooning of the supervisors was more than puplls? The advertising for "Spring- cuius' Saturday night. Don't forget
Last Tuesday night, Student Christian asso- deftly handled, both in dialogue and In costuming. dingus" and Soiree has been parllcu- J to eat Whealles for breakfast,
Wasn't that really Jones' cent? And, oh, Mr. Author! lurly well-organized, but, even lately j
other functions have had their
ciation's novel production, "Springdingus," was a Petey forgot his lesson plan I
share of decently attractive posters.
Musical interlude! What a way to introduce our You all saw ihe "screwball" o n e howling success both socially and financially. The
faculty duet. And when; 1ms this extra-curricular
cooperation of faculty and student body is to be taluit been hiding itself? You can have Asliilre and did you miss that "lurn-a-leaf"
triumph on ihe Commons door? til
highly commended. The persons who are really re- Rogers; you can have the Castles; give the Playgoer was lor debate!) Keep il up.
Brubueher and Lester—Songs and Dances! The grace
Excelsior!
sponsible for this success arc the members of the of the Li ;.i.iiian pirouette! The tonal quality of the
Though! for dayrlreamers: Wish we
Hrubaoher baritone! Words won't express it.
publicity committee of S.CA. The green tag idea
had I lie old days back, when you Advanced Dramatics will present
7'i ii Nignts In n Flophimst
Ii was a typical skit. could op: ii a newspaper and read the ke.l one-act play of ihe season
made the student body "Springdingus" conscious Unfortunately, Mr. Ellerln was good enough to lead of pi ai t• I ill gang v.ars and miU'tl TH, on Tuesday, March 2(1, at It: If)
us to expect tilings which never materialized, The '.• lead ol squint lug under I hive Inc! i o'clock in Page hall auditorium,
and the evening a financial success,
lad we couldn't find his name who did [lie Clroiicho headlines thai luridly describe the 1.1,ills I'laneello, '40, Is Ihe director
Marx
bit saved the performance from monotony.
misadventures ol some v,u\ In ol ihe presentation, which will be a
We have in present orchids to the Sophomore
And now to the piece de resistance of th • evening
Europe \\ ho ii if I bothering us and comedy, The east Includes Itoi e 1 >e
publicity committee. They have originated the very I i! ihu faculty I Our hats are oil to you. lads and v. ho won'l, il We mind our own bust - Colls, Hetty ('lark and Alvin Weiss,
minors; Howard Mcrrlum and Krlus.'lis vou're pretty good teachers when n oincs to i less I
catching and attractive Soiree signs, in cla.in colors, letting
iicnl
Case, sophomores; and John
ii.-. in in the belter way to do a slul. And
M o l d e d , "ill.
to make the college "Soiree" conscious. They have '.vial a sense of costume! From the ujamni ol Dotty
Lasl week We listened to u broadThi' committee assisting PranDubling and the 'oomph' of L'llte Morcnoisc IO the
of an Interview i il ihe Czech
picked up the tag idea of S.CA. and are i anying outdoor alini i phi re ol Mis;;, t'lgglesl'ciilhiT and the cast
Ho Is n> follows: house and pubdiMiiembi mi m ami one i lalcnieul elicity,
Nun Emery, 'HO; lights, Rita
littery
beiiellcence
of
Daisy
Rosovule,
ihe
tandidale,
b\
Mr.
Musaryk
the
was
In
in:
Init out to heller advantage than before. The Sophs
Mullnaii.
'ID: mis, Mary Koomi and
were quel lily.
tel \ lewi d by II. V. Malta nborn i TtTesu Walli,
juniors; props Marhave an original idea for informing the students of
In laid,, if we may credit rumor, Ihe reglstlur limy ania/.i d us AI one point, he re- eia brown, 40; nuiki'-ilp, Jane Wllmark!
d
JoshillKly
Ilia!
If
he
said
he
in
for
a
busy
time,
Tile
men
ol
Ktalo,
especially
the numbers in each class who have purchased bids
i n, '40; and costumes, Ruby
Hie Iro.'h, are agog over the possibilities of tailing a w hal he wanted io about the Hitler
for Soiree. The man (limbing the rungs of the lad- course In in Miss Morciioise, The women, enchanted coup, lie would never bo permitted H i i w a i l , '40,
by our own nuitlnuu idol, D.V.8, Myth, are planning lu broadcast over our networks
Seniors to Have Meeting
ders, which are in class colors, should attract a great on
flooding the Social studies. (Aw shucks!, gals! he's again.
There
will be a senior class meetu pappa, arreddy yell)
deal of attention during the coming week.
ii. amassed tin 10 think that par- ing Immediately following today's
And we must Include press notice of the queen Imps wo are not as free of ocusor- assembly. All seniors are requested
The sophomores, "wise fools," have hit upon and her retinue. Joncsy I was a queen than whom 'shlp as we think, Or maybe the to remain In their seals and slay
there Is no whomer. The attendants were a pleasant
lies in the fact that Mr. iln Hit; auditorium for the meeting,
the key to financial success—that is "it pays to surprise, Tile toga-bcclad dean of the tests and meas- difficulty
Masaryk Is not loo well acquaint!!'! : us there is important business to
Willi our broadcasting ways. We be discussed, Orders for caps und
advertise." We predict a smashing financial and ures looked positively cherubic,
Personally wu had (I swell time. We repeat -S.C.A., hope It's the luttor—ju«t for our gowns will be taken In the Rotunda
social success lor Soiree.
you've got something there I
peace of mind.
of Draper hall, starting Thursday.
ISSUE EDITOR
Does It Pay to Advertise ?
The Playgoer
State
of
Dramatics Class
To Present Play
Bart Dictators' Subjects
Queen Believes
in Old Proverb
"The way to a man's heart
it through his stomach"
has long been on the approved list of proverbs,
and "Miss Vanderbilt University", A n d r o m e d i a
Bagwell, believes in it so
much she's decided to
brush up on the culinary
arte.
Hum»n
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To protest the "misuse" of science by the totalitarian states, Harvard University's famed
Chysicist, Prof. P. W. Btidgman, has shut his
iboratories to visitors from the dictator-controlled nations and now refuses to discuss experiments with them.
wide World
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS
2-9707; H e r t w i g , 3-2889; B i l z i . 3-9538
Entered
as second
clans matter
postofflce
in the Albany,
N. Y.
Forum Approves
Two Resolutions
Bloody Bayonets
E s t a b l i s h e d b y t h e C l a s s o f 1918
u n d e r g r a d u a t e N e w s p a p e r of N e w Y o r k S t a t e
College for T e a c n e r s
P u b l i s h e d e v e r y F r i d a y of t h e c o l l e g e y e a r b y t h e
N e w s Board representing t h e Student Association
T e l e p h o n e s : O f f i c e , 5-9373; O ' H o r a . 3-2843; S t r o n g ,
The
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STATI/. COLIJ-Xil', NEWS, MARCH 24, 1939
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 24, 19
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Commentstater
Members
T h e m a t c h t h a t will s e t t h e w a r flames olT s e e m s
o f
closer t h a n ever to t h e d r y Under.
A n d a g a i n I'd
like t o a p p e a l t o t h e s a n i t y of o u r g o v e r n m e n t a n d a s k I
Favor
D i e g
I n v e 3
Federal
'
Continuance
t j g a l j o n .
Relief
The freshmen
a r e full of e n husiasm; the sophomores a r e rather
it t o t h i n k of o u r p o l i c y - t o - b e i n t h e n e x t w a r .
A t i t s r e g u l a r s e s s i o n , c o n d u c t e d m o r e t h a n less s o ; t h e j u n i o r s h a v e
I b e l i e v e t h e o n l y s e n s i b l e i d e a is t o sell t o t h e w a r - j o n T u e s d a y a f t e r n o o n , M a r c h 2 1 , d e f i n i t e l y
lost
theirs;
and the
REPRESENTED FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY
r i n g n a t i o n s w h a t t h e y w a n t n o m a t t e r w h i c h s i d e t h e F o r u m of P o l i t i c s p a s s e d t w o s e n i o r s — W e l l , l e t ' s n o t e v e n m e n t i o n
National Advertising Service, Inc.
,
,
,
„ .
,
, ,
r e s o l u t i o n s , f r o m c o m m i t t e e s o n r e - it.
Within the same month two
Colltt&t Publishers
Representative
t h e y r e e n , for c a s h . C a s h a n d c a r r y . t 0 b 3 e x a c t . b e uer_ a p p r o p r i a t i o n
a n d t h e Dies ;lass-sponsored functions have been
4 2 0 MADISON AVE.
NEW YORK. N. Y.
cause they must b u y m a t e r i a l s from us on o u r shores c o m m i t t e e respectively.
c a l l e d 1 if. t h e S e n i o r T e a D a n c e a n d
CHICAGO • BOSTON ' Los ANGELES - SAN FIIANCISCO
a n d t h e n worry a b o u t t h e delivery t h e m s e l v e s .
D e b a t e o n t h e following n .olution. the J u n i o r P a r t y , b e c a u s e so few
Class
meetings a r e
All r i g h t , t h e n , t h e c o u n t r y w o n ' t Tight f o r i t s i d e a l s , i " R e s o l v e d :
That
t h e F o r u m of j o o p c r a h d .
I d e a l s — w e f o u g h t f o r a n i d e a l in 1917, w e w o n t h e . P o l i t i e s g o r n r e c o r d a s f a v o r i n g p a t h e t i c i n d e e d . Q u o r u m s a r e p r a c extinct. Interesting case. Isn't
,, e a.n. i. e. s .
. ,
F e d e r a l relief "icallv
Jj SE AA NN S STTKROONNOG
Editor-in-Chief
w a r l, o r m
s_o - w n.,e r e a r e w e ioc.ay
a n a ftmh,e u nc om n| tJ il nouyamn cc ne , of
•'
— ™ r a c v „f d a s s gpIrlt?
MUor-m-CMet
w i t h
c h a n g e s
l n
w a r f o r Lhc Allies.
So—where a r c we today a n d
Co-Editor-in-Chief
EPOAR B . O'HOIIA
Co-Editor-in-Chief
w h e r e a r e t h e i n c i e p e n d j n t n a t i o n s we c r e a t e d — y e s , ; a d m i n i s t r a t i o n
which
will
bring,
T h e m a d March Hare blew i n t h e
ROBERT E . HEUTWIO
Managing
Editor
a n d w h e r e a r e t h e n a i l : n s w e t h o u g h t w e r e d e m o c r a - | a b o u t a m o r e n o n - p a r t i s a n , e c o n o m - , , i u . r , i . , , [f) 1 ( m a r k t h a t t h e r e is
OTTO J HOWE
Associate
Managing
Editor
w e ' v e h a d a d e p r c s s i c n b . ' s i d e s l o s ; n g t h e y o u n g teal a n d e f f e c t i v e d i s t r i b u t i o n cf r e - ,V-thinp. m a d d e r t h a n S t a t e c o l l e g e
d c s ?
LEONARD E . KOWALSK Y
Associate
Managing
Editor
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h a V e
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Vnrvr
Associate
Managing
Editor
'
majority
report
chairman,
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STATE <
Establi
The undergradila
Published every
News Board re;
Telephones: Off!
2-9707; I
Entered us sccot,
Beauty, Action and A r t
These Thrill Co//e S e Wmter
Carnival
Fans
JEAN STRONO
EDGAR B. O'HOIIA
ROBERT E . HUHTV
OTTO J. HOWE ..
LEONARD E. KOV/.
SAI.I.V E. YOI-.NQ
VICTORIA A, BII.ZI
JUAN M. BYRON j
GRACE B. CASTIU?
Temple Makes it Four in • Row
Temple University's Prcs. Charles E. Beury helps Pennsylvania's Gov. Arthur
James get ready for the ceremonies at which the latter received en LL.D. degree.
James is the fourth governor in succession to be given the honor.
wide World
Charles Frankli
Betty Clark ..
William Ryan
Joseph Bosley
Albert Architzi
J, Edrt
Ana
Assistant Busin
Assistant Adver
Assistant Circu
Does I
The jtmio:
Soiree social s
preparing for
neglect, the b
complete fina
ately two lmr
a social sucO
fifty dollar c
A few jtu
times" party,
lion put this
canceled.
Senior Te.
sold aniounle
was some ad\
not allrai I ill
Last 'I'tit
cialion'.i nov
how ling silt c(
i ooperal ion i
highly ' "iimi
.sponsible fur
ptlblii il'. i of
made ihr I
and iln ever
\ \ r hau<
pllblii il \ i "I
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In make the
FOR SMOKING
PLEASURE AT ITS BEST
pii kid up t
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ha\i' an nfi
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fur Soiieilj,
dei ••., winch
deal of
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The SO)
ihe key to
advertise,
.social MICCI
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• Spectacular ski exhibition) add test to the carnival
program. Here's Dartmouth'j Dick Durrance w
winning a
slalom race
< ollejijie liiij.'ji Phoio byNfWui
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• Skating competitions bring out the leading collegiate
bladesmen. Here's Dartmouth's Viv Bruce hurdling ten
kegs in a row.
\&s<wwi
• Campus landmarks are always popular subject*
for ice sculptors, The Theta Chit at Cornell Uni
versity made this realistic replica of the college
library.
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Page 3
STATE (
Establ
The undergradui
Don't
I
Published every
News Board rj
Telephones: Of)
2-9707;
Entered us sccO
Wh.it
CotteS1!!!
REPHESEI
Nation I
Col j
420 Mi
CHICAGO !
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./WITH THEJ
, WINGERS
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JEAN STRONG
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EDGAR B. O'HOHJ
ROBERT E. HBIIT'
H ir,HT
HWiitii:.
OTTO J. Howie ..
LEONARD E. KO\*,
SAI.LV E. YOINC
VICTORIA A. B11.2
JOAN M. BVIION
GRACE B. CA.STIG
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Charles Frank!
Betty Clark
\\ illiam Ryan
Joseph Bosley
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Saul (
Albert Archit!
J. Ed 1
F a m e d Italian Scientist Joins Columbia Faculty
AH. •
Assistant Bu£l)—<
Assistant Adve j
Assistant Circi •
S^Lf"!'? 0 J*"" 1 '.' ,alian L Physici5t W h °
WOn t h e N o b e l
* " " in 1938 for his d,S.
Does .
The junk
Soiree social
preparing for
neglect, the I
complete fin;
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a social sua
fifty
dollar
Jkr^
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canceled,
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sold amounti
was some ad
not attract <
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H a r e s a N e w Preventer of W r i t e r s C r a m p
noveTa'uIoZ 3 " FU,"er' UnJVer$i,,Y ° ' T o , e d o stud ""< claims thai
of M H U
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without tm
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p 1 o v v s tha t f o 1 d hd m
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Dance Time Contrast
- S t a t V * T C O , ' T V *•'« combined with
mod. n j.tterbugg.ng and the sophisticated tunes
of Hal Kimp (center) and his orchestra at the colorful fancy dress ball of Washington and Lee UniVmmi
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So that hit studying and classroom activities will not interfere with his
radio listening, Wayne Shaffer, University of Minnesota junior, built «W~
miniature receiving set, (see arrow), canie* it with him about the campus.
Once he took it to class, bwt he says he won't do that again because the
professor started to listen and forgot about the class discussion.
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SALLY E.
VICTORIA 8
JOAN M.
GRACE B.
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Betty Cl£)
William )
Joseph B
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Turn About it Fair Play
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For years John Watts, Kent State University journalism junior, has
been writing for the magazines, and has received only rejection
slips in return. The hundredth rejection peeved him a bit, so he deckled to give editors some of their own medicine. H e now senc
them a neat printed form declaring that he can't find any use fc
their particular magazines right now.
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t h e y v o t e d in a c am pus survey
p r o v i d e d they d o n t
c o m e t o o often Irene K o s t i e
a n d Thomas O Brien d e m o n
slrate what t h e y ' l l d o o n t h e n
a n t i - g o l d digger dates
after a d a y o f
hard " s t u d y " , P e g g y
Reeve, only
co-ed
agricultural student
of N e w Jersey C o l l e g e for W o m e n of
Rutgers U n i v e r s i t y ,
shoulders her rake
a n d p i t c h f o r k in true
d o w n - o n - the - (aim
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Backward
d a n c e s are also g a i n i n g in p o p u l a r i t y . T h e m e n
b r i n g t w o d a t e s t o the d a n c e , w i t h t h e extra c o - e d s f o r m i n g a
f e m a l e stag l i n e H e r e ' s h o w t h e extras l i n e d u p at a " b a c k w a r d ' ' d a n c e g i v e n b y t h e Beta Theta Pis o f t h e U n i v e r s i t y o f
Mississippi
canceled.
Senior
sold amoi
Leap Weeks
are b e c o m i n g p o p u' a' n o v e l t i e s o n m a n y c a m p u s e s
n a l l s e c t i o n s o f t h e n a t i o n D u r i n g a lea
?f t h e dates p a y a l l of t h e e x p e n s e s A t G e t t y s b u r g C o l l e g e Jane
J u n b a r d e m c n s t r a t e s t h e p • c• p e • fern n i n e t e c h n i q u e f c ' r. a y n g b> > t s
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WITH PWNCB M J T f WOW 00 VOO LIKE ^
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^PTTING PL6MTV Of
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Last
ciation's
howling s
Brolhcri Star on Florida Swim Team
cooperati(
highly coi
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pulilii iiy
made thjj
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NOW
F
ILL up with Prince Albert, men - fill up with real pipe-joy !
Here is choice tobacco — backed up by a "no-bite" process
that assures plenty of COOLNESS and MELLOWNESS to
point up good, rich taste. And P. A. wins a cheer for its slow
burning, easy drawing too, No c l o s i n g . No sorriness. P. A.'s
choice tobaccos are "crimp cut" to pack easier and pack
RIGHT. Around 50 pipefuls of extra-mild, fragrant smoking
in every bijr red pocket tin of Prince Albeit. Climb aboard !
We h:
publicity
cad hing •
to make 1
picked llf
it Dill to
PIPEFULS
have an c
tobacco in every handy
SO M I L D
SO T A S T *
SO FRAGRANT
Omtirmi'i, nun, K i. |tc>-m>itu 1'abwoo IHIMPMH
These five R i p o n C o l l e g e m e n r e a l l y started a l o t of d a t e
d o u b l e f o i t h e m s e l v e s w h e n t h e y i n v i t e d m o v i e stars t o ac
c o m p a n y them to the annual juniOl prom f h e y weie given a
leal g o i n g ovei b y then
steadies
when they weie cornered
m a p r o t e s t m e e t i n g P S f he m o v i e s stars t u r n e d t h e m d o w n
rjers, whij
deal of §a
The
social sue
of fr«gn»nt
pocket tin of Prince Albert
the numb
for Soiree
the key
advertise.
*
University of Florida tanlcsters have been un-tied and un-beaten in five years of intercollegiate competition, and one reason is the stellar work of Ed and Joe Rood, both racers in the
220 and 440 yard dashes. Ed holds the Southeastern conference record for the 220-yard
distance. Joe holds 11 southern and A . A . U. records in the south.
and the e.
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OF fWY PIPES
IRRSpWRIIPp^nipi
Mid-winter Football is Something to Talk About up North
. . . but it's the usual thing in the intramural league of the University of South
Carolina. Here's Paul Brockington, best til-round player of the season just
closed, carrying the ball in m eHernpionillip game. Collect. D.,«,« photo by tu,mtn
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Smoke 20 fragrant p i p e f u l s of Prince
A l b e r t . If you don't f i n d i t t h e m e l l o w e s t ,
tafticst pipe tobacco y o u ever s m o k e d ,
r e t u r n the pocket t i n w i t h t h e rent o f the
tobacco i n i t to us a t a n y t i m e w i t h i n a
m o n t h f r o m this date, a n d w e w i l l r e f u n d
f u l l purchase price, plus p o s t a g e . ' Sin '<<*''
R. J. R e y n o l d s T o b a c c o
Company,
W iiiktun - Salem, N o r t h Caroline
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...Page. 2,
Page 3
Sponsors
State's Baseball Squad !Baird and Kiuge Intramural
Billiard Tournament
m A
n
A* • r
Plan Sports Night
10 Open Practice in Gym
Experienced Varsity Squad
Faces Tough Schedule
in Coming Season
Snort is dead! Long live tea a n d !
cake.
jQUATTROCCHI, CAPTAIN
T h e unique (Latin: unu.s, o n e ;
equus, hcr.se) situation into which _
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men's sports have lurched during Batteries Have First Workout
the downpours of the current social
in Page Hall Gymnasium
season leaves us arguing around in
Monday Afternoon
circles every time we think of
stressing the great part which such Although the Stale college base- .
sports should lake in the recreational functions cf t h e school.
Cnce upon a time there was a
great
philosopher
nam'd
Plato.
From him we have obtained an interesting idea abnut the complexities of life. Because, every tlm •
we start thinking about the liiile
frustrations ef Stale an old platitude if I is comes to mind,
ball season is n< arly one m o n t h '
iway, Coach Hatfield has sent out |
a call for candidates. Some thirtysix men responded to the summons
Monday marked Ihe lirst day oi
v 11: for the battery men.
This year's team 1.' e nupo: ed ol
nearly ihe same members as nl
a: l \i :u's. Three men will be a b si nl liiis season. Calev Augustine
11 nhis
; s utime
m e l t lht ,en n
J; : ei ins thai in
! ' l e a l l c d las. vein's be
received, ha
WM
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gcognu hit al imii lei s, on • of the Paul Sclunll '. were graduated.
in. si i •'•ir..le n' hi jug aboul the
", he \ in; n \ squad will be an
slm| e i i ihe i iirlh U. elf.
Ni ','.-, in I'lato, ll.is v.as a > mall •••.pel ii las ii i ii". In : 1 le mil held
are bae .: Fran':
maiii r .ii c d . bn • u p p b nig a ' iin- hi (.",' : i gidar
i.at; r. i ehi, i inilain. On.' Van Ki u p]e o.d my. II va ii n. il .s n adih
sei ii ' i - i ' a sphere is the in ."-I en. and Merrill liurd This group i
pel I: ci i.i.d.
Why. a ; pin re I may ci ma; n ii be bard pre • ed !• n
Jlin : !)!•'." ihe bi : I I hi:i'.| thai Could ll,i ir hi ii lis all i I which depend
InlerfMtiofwl
. . . to represent the state
df Massachusetts in a contest to select the perfect
American college co-ed
is Cecilc Cote. The contest is sponsored b y students of Franklin and Marshall College.
International
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T h i s week marked t h e s t a r t of
the pool t o u r n a m e n t which is sponsored by I n t r a m u r a l council. A similar t o u r n a m e n t was introduced t o
Stale last year, for t h e first time
Due to the fact that t h e Page
in recent years. Matches a r c being
hall auditorium will be used by
played on the Palace Recreation
Milne high for their P a r e n t ' s
enter tables under t h e policy of
night program, the frosh-soph riloser pays, winner rides free from
valry game, originally scheduled
Last year d a n c i n g was planned j i thirty-live cent fee.
for tonight has been indefinitely
during the carnival but this a r T w e n t y - o n e m e n have entered t h e
postponed.
angement was very disturbing. This ourney a n d two have already finThe
endeavors
of
Student
year, dancing will take place after ished t h e first round. Players a r e a d council to find a suitable night
the carnival, which will probably vised to consult the bulletin board
for this engagement have been
j . n d about 11:00 o clock.
| for the time schedules of r o u n d s .
balked at every turn, with no free
The punches mentioned above will! T h e ping pong matches a r e delvdates on which the gym c m i d be
be given to the w.nners of tin ng into the final rounds. Edelstein
used appearing for several weeks.
I bingo, turtle races, wind contests,] rouneed Snover recently in a n u p Despite the evident dissatisfaction of t h e freshmen and t h e I penny tossing a n d darts. T h e bean el of last year's kitchen t e n n i s
sophomores at the postponement j guessing, presided over by Senator h i n g . In t h e final match, he will
aims qii.i.n. will be honored by a , meet either Brainier or Murphy.
, 1 this chance lo spill a little
pccial pi):-.e. T h e b e a n ; will noil
Unfortunately, ihe records of iast
he ni st bi, cd for anld class spirit,
" c .ii"' e In H e Senator.
week's i n t r a m u r a l basketball g a m e s
.'•(•'. i nil rusty seniors, who had
out line for participation mighi be | ! i n v t ; been misplaced by intra m u r a l
; ign d up for ihe • cnior-junior
ihfl'icials
ifl'icia
i up :ik' this:
and y, U r scribe is unable
pre limjnan . were heard i o null Pn.ceed to Page ball at (1:0(1'"' Prcduci; an accurate account.
' I T from the depths of creaking
us; lor s p i r t s contests.
K a p p a Beta's last sojourn into in
! i alin'Y.ork !hi' i al her edd e mi •
mi ni ' lor a .-. iiitiM " H u r r a h lor
Mini' in Commons where you i rcolli giale ping peng matches was
Milne."
'.ill c n'.ribute 1 to II) cents, as ehetiiilid for yesterday with Albany
'1 ai.'uacv.
,i 11 de: ins, lor ad ni; si< n.
Tental iveh . He dat < oi the enli, Si cure tickets upon
which
'si-eiie ul l.a n i l ' made Male' I
•Vi'uldorflien s for v. .nii.ie- games will bi
Hil. bill so li nlat l\ ely ! hal We ai'i
nupi d.
afiaal Hi •;", so.
FOR Till; SOIREE
Frosh-Soph
Quintets
Postpone Rivalry Game
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Chess Cmi) Elects
Shaw President
ii ii'ei;! And (led i g•> .d
111: '•'. ihal. Wind in l'e log.C'.il In simian laii id , v Inch Coach Ha
lb.in in n a s i n lhal t i d who held hop: ... w ill be i.l high calibri
Stale': nilli !il i.- a pinl ',i •: 11 a!
li : '".11 I made ii a sphere?
pi is i in . Wall"ii,,,j. : i
., ., elate ' Pi'C-cut,
w a . i ' T uDanilcv,
a n n e w uif/
v al short
which
o' i:!tl ;,, ID have escape:! 1 top si i ms U> h a \ " t h e job clinch- d. .
nur in. ::...iy. bi'i v, can'l lielp going " l e i . m a . n i n g p i s h an upi n howTie a n i i ' l j i gam/., ii Chess club
l;a(.;v ; i ,;
l ,•'.'., apply a Utile e\er. Shearer and 'l'h ma.' wil: e o n d u c i d its I l in "i.ii", on Mare'i
Pl ;l
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Iballie il mil for Ihird base. Ilaller Id al v. hi'-h lid:" officers w< re
mesl of us agree t h a t | " 1:1S ! - l ; ; | Thomas and Pairbank elected to ( d u n ihe club (hirine
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aclmiialiie is not the woul for sport i j e o m p u i u g for tin second base job ,lie ren,,i,:::!er ol ibis semester
as (lies i \i>( here. T h e next t h i n ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' J 'g (|i:estiiii mark is first base.
Thi.se chosen include: pie-.dent
to d-i then, of eeiirse, would be to ' f-idaci i Hatfield im si cio plenty ol Sieve Si,aw. '4'); vice-president All
find mil uliy.
j billing lo find a man unable for Fox, '4I>; ; erctary. Bob Pulton '41:
Thiil - ' i u j | i in- circle
I1'1'.' initial sack. II the I'rosh come a n d t r e a n u e r , Lloyd Chun, '41 J o h n
M A A and I n t r a m u r a l council are :"!> v ' ! l 1 , ;i «•'" ci t a t c h e r , Fairbank Hoe.sis '41, was made c a p t a i n and
dirt c.-i iv I I ; pen: ible ior t h e way t h e W'>U probably gel t h e post.
munimer ol the team by M A A
p n giain is handled. Are they efA lor Ihe calcliing, State will
Oirieials d m
the fact ihal the
ficleiuv
He pile evers effort that niifs ihe line work ol Caley Angus- ; ' ' ' ^s club and cliess team are two
tin v l u u e made, llieir p l a n , h a v e ' l i n e . Guidon Peattie. next In line, mllerent things. Aside from being
f a i e n through loo often, through j.suiteied a broken wrisi this winter ' soiue- from winch the team will
lack of siippurl from us or through j and H a r e a r e doubts concerning his b l ' tirawii. the club will hold activinlerlereia''
from other activities 'effielivtness. Hatfield is toying with Hiesol its own. Meetings a r e booked
which have first claim on facilities, the idea ol shoving Fairbank be- l o 1 ' every Thursday al 7:110 o'clock
Thai': the other half.
Ihind Ihe p l a t t e r in the event no •" r " n n i ; i u l o l ' J l l l l " I " ! l a t l To sum up Sports a r e slighted. • newceiiu r sueci ds.
T h e uexl engagement for the team
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there a r e Toad Fairbank. liuclor from Virginia engaged by
should be far belter 'n a mile.
John S h e a r e r . Roy McCreary, and \I A.A.. Tuesday. Wednesday, ami
r h u r s d a y of ibis week began a serf's
Why kid ourselves about the j p n m k Augustine to bolster the .stall
I twelve lessons that will coin nine
answer?
The simple fact is t h a t | T h e latter two saw no service lasl
lor three weeks in the future. I.esthe college itself does not place pas- ; y [ a r du • |o sore anils.
sibililies in Hie b a n d s of the sport j Should these n u n round into good ' us are being given in the gym
'leads.
shape, ila S t a t " hurling corp should from 4:00 to ".> 00 o'clock and are
pen in anyone.
Tin; gym to which we should click.
have some claim is lied up to an
T h e S t a l e college baseball sehed
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 24, 1939
State's Baseball Squad
To Open Practice in Gym
Brass
Knuckles
Experienced Varsity Squad
Faces Tough Schedule
i n Coming Season
Frosh-Soph Quintets
Postpone Rivalry Game
C. 1'. V.
Due to t h e fact t h a t the Page
hall auditorium will be used by
Sport is dead! Long live tea a n d
cake.
QUATTROCCHI, CAPTAIN Milne high for their Parent's
night program, the frosh-soph r i T h e unique (Latin: unus, o n e ;
valry game, originally scheduled
equus, horse) situation into which
for tonight h a s been indefinitely
men's sports have lurched during Batteries Have First Workout
postponed.
t h e downpours of the c u r r e n t social
in Page Hall Gymnasium
The
endeavors of
Student
season leaves us arguing around in
Monday Afternoon
council to find a suitable night
circles every time we think of
for this e n g a g e m e n t have been
stressing the great p a r t which such
Although the State college basebalked a t every turn, with no free
sports should lake in the recreaball season is nearly one month
dales on which the gym could be
tional functions cf t h e school.
away, Coach Hatfield h a s sent out
used appearing for several weeks.
d i c e upon a lime tliere was a a call for candidates. Some t h i r t y Despite Ihe evid?nt dissatisfacgreat
philosopher n a m e d
Plalo. six m e n responded to the summons.
tion of Ihe freshmen and the
F r o m him we have obtained an in- Monday marked t h e first day of
sophomores a t Ihe postponement
teresting idea about t h e complexi- vvcrk for t h e battery men.
e.f this c h a n c e to spill a little
ties of life. Because, every tims
honest blood for auld class spirit,
This year's team is composed of
we s t a r t thinking about the virile
several rusty seniors, who had
frustrations of Stale a n old plati- nearly the same members as of
signed up for Lhe senior-junior
last year's. T h r e e m e n will be a b tude (if his conies to mind.
preliminary, were heard to m u t s i n l this season. Caley Augustine
It seems t h a t in his time there called last year's best received, ha
ter from the depths of creaking
were quite a few a r g u m e n t s about left school while J c h n O'Brien and
framework the r a t h e r odd comgeographical matters, one of the Paul Schmitz were graduated.
ment i for a senior) " H u r r a h for
mr.sl prominent briny about the
Milne."
The varsity squad will be an
shape ol the earth itself.
Tentatively, the dale of the enexperienced
one.
In
the
outfield
New, to Plalo, this was a small
gagement h a s been made March
three
regulars
are
bae'::
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mallei- indeed, lor, applying a sim30, but so tentatively t h a t we are
ple old observation, it is readily Quattrccchl, captain, Dor Van K e u afraid to m y so.
ren,
and
Merrill
Hurd.
This
group
seen t h a t a .sphere is the most
may
or
may
not.
be
hard
pressed
for
perfect solid.
Why, a sphere is
just about the best thing thai could their berths, all < f which depends
be imagined! And God is g o o d - in the new competition from the
Plato km w that. What mi re logical \ freshman talent, which Coach H a t then t h a n lo reason Dial. God. who | Hold hopes will be of high calibre.
State's infield is a problem at.
mad.' the wnrl.i. made it a sphere?
All of this 100k place at a date present. Walter Danilewlcz at short
which is so old a s lo have escaped stop seems to have the job clinched.
The recently organized Chess club
our memory, but we can't help going I h e remaining posts a r e open howback 10 it. Let's apply a little ever. S h e a r e r a n d T h o m a s will conducted its first meeting on March
battle
it
out
for
third
base.
Haller
I Hi. at which time officers were
Platxisin to S l a t e college.
Fellows, most of us agree t h a t may find T h o m a s a n d Pairbank I elected to direct the club during
admirable is not the word for sports competing for the second base job. I the remainder of this semester.
Those chosen include: president,
as they exist here. T h e next thin;' The big question m a r k is first base.
Coach Hatfield must do plenty of
to d» then, of course, would be to .'.hilling to find a m a n suitable for Steve Shaw, '4'); vice-president. Art
Pox, '42; secretary, Bob Patlon. '41:
find out why.
the initial sack. If the l'rosh come and treasurer. Lloyd Chun, '41. John
T h a t ' s half our circle.
up with a good catcher, Pairbank Hoose, '41, was made captain and
M.A.A. and I n t r a m u r a l council a r e will probably get the post,
manager of t h e learn by M.A.A.
directly responsible for the way the
Officials stress the fact that the
As for t h e catching, S t a t e will
program is handled. Are they efficient?
Despite every effort t h a t miss the fine work of Caley Augus- Chess club and chess team are two
they have made, their plans have tine. G o r d o n Peattie. next in line, different I lungs. Aside from being
fallen through too often, through suffered a broken wrist this winter :i source from which the team will
lack of support from us—or through and there a r e doubts concerning his be drawn, the club will hold activinterference from other activities effectiveness. Hatfield is toying with ilics of its own. Meetings are booked
which have first claim on facilities. the idea of shoving Pairbank be- for every T h u r s d a y at 7:30 o'clock
hind the platter in the event no in room HOI of Draper hall.
T h a t ' s the oilier half.
'I'he next engagement for Ihe team
To sum up. Sports a r e slighted. newcomer succeeds.
is scheduled for April 8, when the
Those in charge c a n n o t do a n y t h i n g
T h e pitching d e p a r t m e n t is po- numbers will journey to U. S. Miliabout it. This is our circle, . . .
tentially a good one. Van Keuren, tary Academy at West Point.
But everyone knows t h a t Plato's last year's star, and Wheeze LehMr. E, A. Soverign. fencing inideas were at least half-baked at man should see plenty of service.
times. Similarly, our modern miss Then there are Toad Pairbank, structor from Virginia engaged by
should be far better 'n a mile.
John Shearer, Roy McCreary, and VI.A.A., Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Why kid ourselves about the Prank Augustine to bolster the staff. Thursday of this week began a series
a n s w e r ? T h e simple fuel is t h a t The latter two saw no service last f twelve lessons t h a t will continue
for three weeks in the future. Lesthe college itself does not place pos- year due to sore a r m s .
sibilities in Hie h a n d s of the sport
Should these m e n round into good ons are being given in the gym
heads.
shape, the S t a t e hurling corp should from 4:00 to 5:00 o'clock and are
'pen lo anyone.
The gym to which we should click.
have some claim is lied up lo a n
The S t a t e college baseball schedextent which forebodes any keep- I ule is a tough one. Although thenEat at John's Lunch
able schedules for contests which arc only nine games listed, none
can he played there.
Dinners 25c a n d Up
are breathers.
Hamilton, MiddleThere are not enough facilities al bury, Pratt, H.P.I., Bard, and HariDelicious Sandwiches and
S t a l e for the diversifying of sports wiek all will be powerful.
Sundaes
to the numb T where they reach all
7:31) A. M. — 11:00 P. M.
Stale's schedule is as follows:
of our Interests.
Opp. Ihe High School
This can explain our lackadaisical
April 22
Hamilton (Home)
rnlKcompliauce with spoil programs
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Chess Club Elects
Shaw President
Page 3
Intramural Sponsors
Billiard Tournament
Baird and Kluge
Plan Sports Night
Ping Pong M a t c h e s Near End;
Final G a m e s Next Week
/Continued
from page 1, column 5)
A# five pound box of c a n d y of a
popular brand will be raffled off a t
! nve cents a chance. Candy lovers
j who h a p p e n to be refraining from
! sweets needn't fear. T h e candy is
' g u a r a n t e e d to last t h r o u g h Easter,
j t h a t is, if you den't s t a r t eating it
| ..el'ore Easter. T h e drawing will t a k e
place a t the close of t h e carnival.
L a s t year dancing was planned
during the carnival b u t this a r a n g e m e n t was very disturbing. T h i s
year, dancing will take place after
the carnival, which will probably
snd about 11:00 o'clock.
T h e punches mentioned above will
be given to the winners of the
bingo, turtle races, wind contests,
penny tossing a n d darts. T h e bean
guessing, presided over by Senator
jitmcs Quinn, will be honored by a
pecial prize. T h e beans will not
x counted by t i e Senator.
Outline for participation might be
it up like this:
1. Proceed lo Page hall at 8:00
/clock for sports contests.
2. Move to Commons where you
will contribute 1 to 10 cents, as
. a l e d e l m s , tor admission.
3. Secure tickets upon which
jtinclus for winning games will be
stamped.
4. Bring plenty of pennies so
you c a n do something when you
",il there.
,r>. T a k e a few chances on a 6
pound b( x of candy, give it to your
dnti?. If you don'l have a date,
you have n mother, haven't you?
«i. Win a prize for the largest
n u m b e r of punches—if you're lucky.
F r o m 1-7—Don't neglect to visit
Grrenspan
and his refreshment
committee. Remember — refreshm e n t s a r e to eat. They will not be
In e. but yi u can afford them.
This week m a r k e d t h e s t a r t of
the pool t o u r n a m e n t which Is sponsored by I n t r a m u r a l council. A similar t o u r n a m e n t was Introduced to
S t a t e last year, for t h e first time
in recent years. M a t c h e s a r e being
played on t h e Palace Recreation
Center tables u n d e r t h e policy of
loser pays, winner rides free from
a thirty-live cent fee.
Twenty-one m e n have entered t h e
tourney a n d two h a v e already finished the first round. Players are a d vised to consult t h e bulletin board
for the time schedules of rounds.
T h e ping pong m a t c h e s a r e delving into the final rounds. Edelstein
rounced Snover recently in a n u p et of last year's kitchen tennis
ling. I n the final match, he will
meet either B r a u n e r or Murphy.
Unfortunately, t h e records of last
week's i n t r a m u r a l basketball games
have been misplaced by i n t r a m u r a l
officials and ycur .scribe is unable
to produce an accurate account.
Kappa Beta's last sojourn into i n Lercollcgiate ping pong matches was
cheduled for yesterday with Albany
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STATE COLLlTGc: FOR TEACHERS
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 24, 1939
Page 4
Newman to Have
Tea and Lecture
For All Students
Baroness deHueck to Address
Students and Faculty
on World Youth
State Weather bureau, will speak
Math Club Will Meet
on "The Mathematics in Weather
Math club will meet on Thursday Forcasting." Mr. Cassidy was gradat 7:30 o'clock in room 101.
Mr • | uated
and
"
U H U U U from
1 I U 1 " State
KJV.UI,.., college
U U A l ^ Q U in
* " 1930,
- — —v., „
- .
Those seniors who received a p James
Cassidy,
of
the
New
York
received
his
Master's
degree
in
1933
pointments are: Christine Ades,
Sir Ronald Storrs, British author- social studies at Bay Shore; Virginia
ity on Palestine, will discuss the Bolton, English and library at
Dial 5-1913
Geo. D. Jeoney, Prop
"puzzle of Palestine" following to- Schuylerville; Hall Downey, Engmorrow's noonday luncheon of the lish . and civics at Painted Post;
Foreign Policy association at theEetty Hayford, English at Painted
Post; Joyce Mayerck, commerce at
Ten Eyck hotel.
At 3:30 o'clock, Sir Ronald, a rabbi, Mt. Uptcn; and Jean Strong, Engand an Arab, will resume a discus- lish at Homer.
Other appointment include: Ruth
sion cf the question before students
from vicinity colleges. Members of Wood, graduate, English and library
State's International Relations club at Lincoln; A. Buell Arnold, graduwill attend. The following will ate, commerce at Spencerport; Paul
represent State at the discussion: Dlttman, '38, commerce at MontFay Scheer and Rita Sullivan, jun- rrse; Bryan Simmons, '36, English
iors; Janet Sharts, Paul Grattan. and library at Athens; and Dorothy
ALBANY, N. Y.
198-200 CENTRAL AVENUE
Druglas Manley and David Kreher. McGuiness, '32, library at West
Winfield.
sophomores.
Newman club will present the
Baroness de Hueck Thursday afterneon at 3:30 o'clock In the Lounge
of Richardson hall. The Baroness
will speak on World Youth Movements and all students and faculty
members are Invited to attend.
Baroness de Hueck is a daughter
of a colonel in the Imperial Hussars
who was left penniless as a result
of the revolt of the Bolshevists.
Imprisoned for some months, the
Baroness finally made good her escape and joined the British Red
Cross. She so distinguished herself
in this service, that the British
government decorated her at the
close of the World War.
Last year, this popular lecturer
and journalist toured Europe as a
correspondent for a nationally
known magazine. She was included
as one of the speakers presented
in Troy Music Hall by the Catholic
Forum.
Originally scheduled to
speak for but an hour, the Baroness
so captured her audience that even
after two hours, it was reluctant to
permit her to conclude. She is in
this vicinity at this time in order
to fill a return engagement in Troy.
Internationally known as a socialservice worker, the Baroness is the
founder of the Friendship houses in
Toronto, Canada. At present, she is
director of the Friendship house in
Harlem. She will be introduced by
Dean Moreland, and after speaking
on youth movements, will conduct a
discussion and answer questions on
the subject.
Faculty guests will include: Miss
Agnes Futterer, assistant professor
of English; Dr. Thomas Klnsella,
Instructor and supervisor In commerce; Mr. John A. Mahar, professor of French; and Miss Grace
Martin, instructor of art. Charles
Kelly, '39, and Fred Ferris, '42, are
In charge of arrangements.
In her appearance at Troy last
year, the Baroness Included much
information of interest concerning
European youth movements. She
emphasized England and Belgium in
this connection and reviewed conditions in Portugal. Concerning
Belgium, the Baroness spoke of a
program of work and study thnt to
the average American student would
seem most ambitious.
It is expected that stud
i
gates from the College oi Hi. Hose,
Russell Sage, and Albany Biwlnoss
college, will attend this tea and discussion.
Storrs to Address
Foreign Policy Group
Appointment Bureau
Announces Placements
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and Grail
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French Club Banquet
The French club will conduct a
banquet at Panetta's French and
Italian restaurant, on Tuesday
night. The affair will start at
6:00 o'clock. Tickets are on sale
now, and may be purchased from
any member of the club. The price
will be seventy-five cents per person. Marian Peetz, '39, president of
the club, expects that this affair
will be conducted annually.
AGEING — Chesterfield's mild
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State College News
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY,
Z-443
VOL. XXIII, No. 21
MARCH 31, 1939
to Conduct Sophomores Will Conduct
Dr. D. Y. Smith Explains Dorm
Spring Formal
Change in Social Studies Tomorrow Night Traditional Soiree Tonight
.
•'
E x a m i n a t i o n for S o p h o m o r e s
Will Aid in Selecting
Future Courses
SOCIAL CALENDAR
Mar 31 Address in assembly by
Dr. Louis Kress, cancer
expert.
31 M e e t i n g of Student
Patriots League.
31 Kappa Phi Kappa banquet.
31 SOPHOMORE SOIREE.
Apr 1 Dorm formal.
3 Lutheran club meeting.
4 SCA Easter service.
5 Easter recess begins.
(i Radio program featuring Milne high.
17 Easter recess ends.
20 Chemistry club meeting.
20 R e l i g i o n commission
meeting and buffet supper.
20 Commerce c l u b banquet.
Bob Reid and His Orchestra
to Play in Ingle Room
from 9:00-1:00
SOIREE CHAIRMAN
Isham Jones and Orchestra
to Entertain Couples
at Aurania Club
O'BRYAN
IS CHAIRMAN
The annual Spring Formal of the
Alumni Residence balls will take
Vocalist to Select Typical
place in the Ingle room of the
State Couple Tonight
dormitory, tomorrow night from 9:00
Faculty Members to Advise
to 1:00 o'clock. Music will be furat Class Dance
Student During Period
nished by Bob Reid and his orchesof S p e c i a l i z a t i o n
tra as was announced by Delia
Tonight from 10:00 until 2:00
Dolan, '39, president of the resio'clock in the Aurania club, the
hy Alice Abelove
dence halls, and Miss Mary Morsophomore class will conduct its
The social .studies department of
ton, social director.
Sophomore Soiree to the music of
State college Is undergoing a reconMary Trainor, '40, head of the
Isham Jones and his orchestra.
struction under the supervision of
social committee has named MilCatherine O'Bryan is general chairDr. Donnal V. Smith, professor in
dred King, '39, as general chairman
man of the sophomore's first formal
social studies. The new system will
of the affair. Miss King will be
event.
be effected with the present sophoassisted by the following commitThe Aurania club will be decorated
more candidates for majors or
tees: arrangements, Dee Jesse, '39,
in the traditional class colors, red
minors in this field. The entire
chairman, Winifred Baer, Barbara
and white. The decoration comprogram was revealed in an interHoward, freshmen; faculty, Rita
mittee promises a real surprise in
view with Dr. Smith yesterday.
Sullivan, '40; programs, Hilah Poote,
the way of decorative creations.
'39,
and
Kathryn
Adams,
'39;
reUnder the present system, most of
Since rivalry has been suspended
freshments,
Doris
O'Hare,
'39,
the hours for certification in social
for the evening, the class banner
chairman, Janet Wcitzer, Sarah
studies arc in required subjects. The
will be prominently displayed. ,
Beard, and Jane Williams, freshdepartment feels that this Is inBids, which are $3.50 per couple^
men; music, Marion Walker, '40;
adequate for the preparation of the
will be on sale all day today and may
decorations, Carol Golden, '41, chairstudent, since the social studies field
also be purchased at the door. The
Kappa I'hi Pappa Will Initiate
man. Virginia Davis, Elizabeth Elrequires a very broad training covCatherine O'Bryan, '41, who is sign at the bid table, with the men
son,
and
Helen
Lasher,
sophomores,
New
Members
at
Banquet
ering history, economics, sociology,
and Gertrude Preitag, '42; clean- general chairman for tonight's in class colors climbing the ladder
political science, and geography in a
as each class purchases bids, has
up, Madeline Lenore Hunt, '41, soiree.
Chi
chapter
of
Kappa
Phi
Kappa,
short space of time, It, therefore,'
attracted much attention during the
appears futile for certain students national education fraternity, will chairman, Grace Moon, Prances
past week. The sophomore class
to have to take courses about which conduct its annual spring banquet Hodman, Marion Keablcs, and Dortook an early lead and from all
they know little because of lack at the Hotel Wellington tonight at othy Peak, sophomores, Katherinc
indications will maintain that lead
Trowbridge,
Margaret
Hollinger,
0:30
o'clock.
President
Lawrence
W.
of lime. The new program will
until the sale of bids finally stops.
Mary
Louise
Adams,
Virginia
SurdStrattner,
'39,
will
act
as
toastendeavor to suit individual needs.
The featured highlight of the evehani, Arlene Sadler, and Kathryn
master.
Condenses Courses
ning will be the choosing of the
Student Body Will Nominate
Wilson, freshmen.
According
to
Strattner,
Dr.
Prank
fn their freshman and sophomore
typical "Soiree Couple" by Isham
Three NSFA Delegates
Faculty guests will include: Dr.
years prospective social studies P. Graves, Commissioner of EduJones and his two vocalists.
cation
has
accepted
an
invitation
Abram R. Brubacher, president of
majors and minors will have to comGuests for the dance will include:
This morning's assembly will feaplete at least twelve hours in basic to speak, but is unable to do sothe college, and Mrs. Brubacher; Dr. , ture an address by Dr. Louis Kress Dr. Abram R. Brubacher, president,
courses. These are History 2, because of the illness of Mrs. Graves, Milton G. Nelson, dean of the coland Mrs. Brubacher; Dr. Milton G.
Economies-Sociology 1, Economics 3,1 who, with her husband, is on a lege, and Mrs. Nelson; Miss Helen | a cancer expert in the State Depart- Nelson, dean, and Mrs. Nelson; Miss
•
merit
of
Health.
and American Political and Social Caribbean cruise. In his absence, jH, Moreland, dean of students; Dr.
Dr. Kress' appearance here is part Helen H. Moreland, dean of stuInstitutions, which consolidates His- j , Cayce Morrison, recently ap- William M. French, instructor in
of
a state-wide campaign In which dents; Miss Marion Chesebrough,
education,
and
Mrs.
French;
Mr.
Edtory 4 and Political Science 1 into pointed assistant commissioner for
it
lie
cancer expert is being sent by instructor in Latin; Dr. Robert W.
ward
L.
Cooper,
instructor
in
comone course. Those sophomores who research, will be the guest speaker,
|
the
health department to all state | Frederick, professor of education,
merce,
and
Mrs.
Cooper;
and
Mr.
have not taken Political Science as T h [ , .. g o l _ L o g e l h e i ... w i l l s e r v e a s
institutions.
The purpose of such ' and Mrs. Frederick.
Paul
Bulger,
secretary
of
the
Apyet will have the opportunity to U l e f o m a ] i n U i a U o n 0f n e w c a n d l .
Mr. William G. Hardy, instructor
ja
campaign
is to spread general
elect a new course in comparative ( U m , s U U t ) m e m b e r s h j P i T h e f o m . pointment bureau, and Mrs. Bulger.
knowledge and information about in English, and Mrs. Hardy; Dr.
government.
undergraduates to be initiated incancer, to relieve anxiety about the Harry Hastings, professor of EngAt certain specified times during c l u d e L e s lie Wiley, '39, and John
disease, and to give some idea about lish, and Mrs. Hastings; Dr. J. Allan
May all sophomores who wish to fur- H avko. Homer Leggett, and Paul
what lo do in the early stages of Hicks, professor of guidance, and
titer their studies in tills field will sapolsky, juniors
Mrs. Hicks; Dr. Caroline Lester, inthe disease.
Members
of the
'•''" '
'„«,l«nllnt, w
hich
M „ , , , K . , . ' . . , . ' ,,,•
, ) . Capital District
take a qualifying
examination
which
structor in mathematics; Mr. WalThe
remaining
part
of
the
assemalumni are planning to attend the
will
Will be
OC based
UUSUU upon
u p o n material
i i ' n w ^ m , covered d l l l i m i i <m | " < ra
bly hour will be given over to nomin- lace Taylor, assistant professor and
bv basic courses as well as general banquet
which
serves
as
a
regulai
ations
for three delegates to thesupervisor of social studies.
The
Advanced
Dramatics
class
unreunion.
Each
year
the chapter
reading. mThe purpose of
Chaperones for the evening are:
,,f this
( h i eex
rvv- I
;,.,,
ir.wli
w a r t h e t ' h n n t o i der the direction of Miss Agnes Fut- Middle Atlantic Regional conference
animation is twofold: first, to dis- awards an honorary "key" to some lerer, assistant professor of English, of the NSFA. lo be held at Union Mr. Paul G. Bulger, secretary of
close ureas in which further student member of the education profession
the Appointment bureau, and Mrs.
college, on April 28, 29, and 30.
training
is necessary, and .secondly. who lias contributed to the advance has started the production of their
These delegates will be chosen Bulger; Mr. Edward L. Cooper, in11 a m , t i i - , i
annual .spring play.
The play,
structor in commerce, and Mrs.
to determine candidates' column
fitness •('
for of
,„',,,'„'
ol- teaching, and the recipient ("Cradle Song,' will be presented in from the junior class and will acthis
year's honor is awaited.
• Ctintinut
</ o n )><tiii
Page hall auditorium on Thursday company Joseph Cappiello, '40, per- Cooper; Mr. G. Elliot Hatfield, inand Friday evenings. May 2!> and manent NSFA secretary and dele- structor in physical education and
gale of State college, as official athletic coach, and Mrs. Hatfield;
26.
The cast for the play is as fol- Slate representatives at the confer- Mr. Adam A. Walker, professor of
economics, and Mrs. Walker.
lows: Hose DeCotls, Ruth Donnelly, ence.
JMurcla Brown. Mary Koonz, Eleanor
[Groll, Rita Sullivan. Ruby Stewart,
by John A. Murray
at State, either rented or purchased, Mary Arndt, Betty Clark, Louis
Students voting for NSFA repre- but found this impractical. The Francello, Lorraine Theurer and
sentatives mi April 24 and lor stu- proposition finally agreed upon Is Theresa Walsh, juniors; Nan Emery,
dent association and class officers expected to insure an absolutely William Begosla, and Ray Walters,
short li altcrwiird will east their secret ballot. Miss Strong char- settlors. The play will also be preby Bea Dower
dance we sponsored, and in May
ballot according in a revolutionary acterized the procedure as it truly sented in the Greek theater in back
What besides Christmas brought that fruitless, fatal search for
procedure incorporated in the "Vol- democratic measure,
of the Alumni Residence halls on spirit, hustle-and-buslle, and redPopeye. (XX?!!?! Need we say
ing Procedure Act" passed by the According lo the new plan, Mys- I Alumni Day in June.
ribbons to State last year?? The
Our glorious victories in
student association almost without kania will determine the lime and
in connection with their spring class of '41! iYou ain't kiddln'lli more?)
opposition lust Friday.
place ol l lie election and will act I production, the Advanced Dramatics Exactly 561 days ago an avalanche three of the four Moving-up Day
The neWl.S passed ;ui is hut a its a board ol elections. Assisted by class is sponsoring a poster con- I in Albany, and we don't think events and the resulting tie in the
rivalry score climaxed a perfect
temporary measure as il is elfeclive the das;, marshals, the members of ; lest, ilie winner of which will re- the capital city has recovered yet.
year.
onl.\ through June ol this year, our campus leadership society will ceive a prize of five dollars. The
First came the fun-crowded days
Back again this fall under the
President John Edge, '39, hits pointed prevent electioneering In the vicini- tleinll ne for this contest will be Frl- of camp, tests, and receptions, that
out. however, that if the new plan ty ol the Commons balcony, where day, April 21. The posters are lo make up the introduction to every leadership of Mike, Micky, Mcproves feasible, steps will undoubted- balloting will be conducted, will pre- have the advertisement of "Cfadlfl class's history. But were we, last creary, and Mesek, 1941 Is In the
ly be taken lo guarantee its perma- vent students not having paid re- Song, ' as the theme. They will be year's frosli, content with regular process of showing this year's handpicked crop of infants exactly where
nency by Incorporation either In quired luxes from voting, and Injudged by Miss Grace Martin, In- routine and precedent? No. We
oilier wais insure a fair and demo- structor in art, and Miss Ruth E. stepped right up and became the to get off. With Louisa Chapman's
Hie constitution or by-laws.
Iliiichiiis. assistant professor of line reason for a "censor class stunts" finding of their banner (second banIntroduced as a Myskanla rec- crat ic eli el Ion.
ommendation by Jean Strong, "tit, The act stales that it shall arts.
campaign as a result of a little girdle ner discovery in two years -we've
the measure was described as it have "no elfecl on existing rules
episode. We were principals in the got the record, we have!), and with
consolidation of several plans sub- I Willi the exception of Articles 1
Darling riot and became the first our victories in nearly all the rivCollege t o Recess
mitted In recent years and tinand 2 of the constitution." In
freshman class to be affected by alry contests, and with our capturMiss
Elizabeth
Van
Denburgli,
answer to the active agitation order to enact the new system, it registrar, has announced that the the ruling prohibiting unorganized ing Isham Jones for Soiree—well,
we think we have reason to be pretty
against lite present system, winch was necessary to change the amend- college will recess Wednesday after- rivalry.
has been manifest in the various ments mentioned. Amendments 1 noon at 5:26 o'clock. Classes will
With Smith and Dower, Mesek proud.
So come on, gang, let's keep it
publications, in locker rooms and and 2 require that all elections shall resume Monday morning, April 17 and Bracket' as our officers and
There are more events to
group houses, and on the very floor take place during regular meetings at 8:10 o'clock. Students are ad-tlie jolly juniors as our guiding up.
of tin! assembly. It was In recogni- |of the assembly and that the place vised that absence from classes on stars, the first semester passed rap- come, and we're even being given a
tion of this need for reform that of voting may be changed only by either April B or n will be deemed idly—the outstanding events of the chance to make another mascot a
Myskanla decided, early this year, approval of two-thirds of the asso- as a request for cancellation of term being Micky's discovery of the little worried. We may not be turnto suggest changes in the present, ciation. This permission was granted credit In courses affected. Only ab- 1940 banner and our first class get- ing tlie world exactly upside down,
but at least we're making it see
and after little debate, mostly on
set-up.
sences approved by the dean, prior together in the Ingle room.
In March came the All-State RED!
Myskanla investigated the feasi- technical questions of procedure, the to vacation, will be considered legal.
bility of utilizing voting machines complete act was adopted.
TO APPLY
IMMEDIATELY
Morrison to Address
Education Fraternity
tmm
Kress, Cancer Expert,
To Address Assembly
Dramatics Sponsors
Play Poster Contest
Student Association Approves
Changes in Voting Procedure
History Trips Onward, Upward
With Smiling Sophomore Class
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