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VOL. LVIII, NO. 133
THE DAILY PRINCETONIAN
PRINCETON, N. J., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1933
Cloudy followed by rain.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
TRIANGLE TO START PRACTICE ON SHOW
Rehearsals for This Year's Production
Will Begin Monday at 3:30 in McCarter.
HARRISON SELECTED HEROINE
Specialty Numbers and Singing Chorus Still Undecided—Play to Open Here December 15.
December 7 to Mark Beginning Of Princeton Musical Season
A concert by the Philadelphia Orchestra on December 7 in McCarter Theatre will open Princeton's musical season this year. This is the first of a series of programs arranged by the University Concerts Committee, which will be given Thursday evenings at 8:30. In place of George Enesco as announced earlier, Efrem Zimbalist, violinist, will appear in recital on January 11 in McCosh 50, where all the remaining concerts will be giv-
INTIME PLAY TO RUN WHIG-CLIO TO HEAR ALL OF NEXT WEEK FISHER TALK ON NRA
"Bird in Hand," Comedy by Drinkwater Personal Representative of General Hugh S. Johnson to Address With Cast of Eight, Will Start on Monday. Smoker Tomorrow. SPECIAL ACTRESSES INVITED ALL STUDENTS MAY ATTEND
Meeting at 7:15 Tonight Opens Varsity Wrestling Managerial
At a meeting to be held tonight at 7:15 in 111 Little, G. L. Follansbee '34, manager of the Varsity wrestling team, will explain the duties of the 1936 managerial candidates to all Sophomores interested. Work will start tomorrow afternoon and continue into March when two men will be chosen as assistant managers. One of these two will be selected as Senior manager and will receive a minor managerial P and membership in the Managers' Club, and the unsuccessful candidate will receive major numerals. The work will be very light as candidates will only have to report once a week until Christmas vacation for a few hours' work in the wrestling room in the Gym in the afternoons after 3.
CONDITIONING DRILL HELD FOR PUCKMEN
Only 27 Men Report to Swinnerton for Calisthenics and Exercises on Brokaw Field.
TO PRACTICE ON ICE MONDAY
Major Fisher, personal representa"Bird in Hand," a comedy by John Hockey Team Will Get Three Weeks Drinkwater, will be produced by the tive of General Hugh S. Johnson will of Practice in Rink Before Theatre Intime for a period of one discuss the NRA tomorrow evening Encounter With M. I. T. week beginning next Monday. Five at 8:45 at a smoker given by Whigundergraduates, lounge Whig one alumnus and Clio in the of Hall. Contwo Rehearsals for this year's Triangle Due to the fact that many men are en. specially invited actresses are to take trary to general custom all underShow will start next Monday at 3:30 still engaged in fall sports, the numgraduates are invited to attend. Advance subscribers will receive part in the production. ber of hockey candidates who reported in McCarter Theatre and will continue The two feminine roles, that of In the past few months Major until the opening performance in a reduction in price, but the subfor work yesterday was limited to 27 scription must be made to Mrs. W. Jean, daughter of the keeper of the Fisher has spoken before 60,000 peomen, 14 of whom are out for the VarPrinceton on December 15. U. Vreeland at 180 Mercer St. bethroughout the eastern part of sity and 13 for the Freshman team. In the final tryouts yesterday after-1 fore November 20, after which date "Bird in Hand Inn," and that of her ple mother, are to be taken by Miss Vir- the United States. He has also made Outdoor calisthenics and exercises noon for the part of the heroine, W. single tickets for the Philadelphia ginia Murray of Trenton and Mrs. H. several radio addresses in favor of the under the direction of Mr. Swinnerton H. Harrison '35 was selected from ten Orchestra will be put on sale. B. Ewing of Princeton. Miss Mur- NRA. are being conducted all this week, concandidates by, a committee composed ray's experience has been mainly Major Fisher first came into nasisting of running, skipping rope, boxof Dr. D. C. Stuart, A: D. Rust '34, when, with the Trenton Junior League. Mrs. tional prominence during the ing and touch football to get the men G. P. Swift '34, J. E. Dunning '34 and Ewing had the part of Aunt Julia in war he was sent out on a speaking in shape for the season. J. V. Ferrer '33. last year's Intime production, "Un- tour of strike areas by President WilIn. addition to Harrison, the final Frank Fredrickson, the new coach der the Undercurrent," and has acted son to persuade strikers to keep at cast consists of S. D. Johnson '35, R. for both Varsity and Freshman playin a Hans Sachs drama. work for the duration of the war. ers, is expected to arrive some time K. Ritchie '34, H. T. Sears '34, W. H. Male parts are to be taken by Jose As public relations counsel before Smith '36, G. P. Swift '34, J. P. Theweekend, and the squad will start Stepp Captain and Thomas this Interclass Tournaments Will Start Ferrer '33, E. D. Thatcher '36, A. D. and after this phase of his work, he Newell working out on the ice beginning next urer '35, G. D. Trexler '35 and A. M. Compton Jr. '34, D. A. Escher '36, has handled publicity work for such Within Week Under Direction Consider Possibilities Good Monday. This wil] give the team Wood '34. After two weeks of reJ. R. Searles Jr. '34 and Peter Kerr major projects as the San Francisco of Foster and Reed. for All but Yale Meet. about three weeks of practice before hearsing for the cast, a chance will '36. H. T. Sears '34, President of Exposition of 1906 and the recent the first game, which is on December be given to those who have specialty According to an announcement made the Theatre Intime and Vice-President Chicago drainage canal. For several Despite the fact that most of last 9 with M. I. T., and it will be in good numbers worked up to try them out before the committee for approval. yesterday by G. L. Follansbee '34, J. L. Lewis '34 are directing the pro- years he directed the publicity of the year's regulars have graduated, both shape by that date. State of California. Captain W. VanA. Thomas '34 and' Eleven lettermen from the 1932-33 An opportunity will also be given to manager of wrestling, the interclass duction. Assistant Coach Newell Stepp believe team are back, including B. K. Conanyone who wishes to try out for the wrestling tournament will get under that the 1934 Varsity swimming team over Jr. '34, T. D. Flynn '35, C. H. way within the next weeTc in the Gym singing chorus. should win all its meets except the an- Gardner '34, Wharton Green Jr. '34, The production this year is entitl- under the direction of Coaches Foster nual competition with Yale. ed "Fiesta," and the book was writ- and Reed, who will be assisted by D. S. T. Hinman '34, A. F. Kammer The team as it will face Lehigh in Jr. '34, A. S. Lane '34, R. H. Poole Jr. ten by J. L. Dunning '34 and R. W. members of the VaTsity wrestling its first meet on January 13 will prob- '34, Sheldon Stephens'3s, H. A. ThouLardner Jr. '36. It is a mystery-par- team. Politics Professor to Be Aided by Manhattan Opera Company Will Present ably be dependable rather than brilody musical comedy with the scene, .Any undergraduate who has not re|ron '34 and L. W. Tiers '34. SophoStafford in Making Impartial Rossini's Comic Operetta liant, with no outstanding individual mores from last year's laid in Texas. The trip taken by the ceived a letter in wrestling may try undefeated However, stars. Study in New Jersey. in McCarter on Thursday. it is too early to Freshman team will be a considerable club during the Christmas vacation out for his class team any afternoon venture any definite predictions and addition to this year's Varsity. Ken in the wrestling room m the basement normally lasts about 20 days. A The Manhattan Opera Company Mr. Stepp believes that several rela- Willis at tative itinerary has been worked out, of the Gym. Many divisions are still i Professor W. S. Carpenter of the center and Earle Savage and and after the opening in Princeton open, and more men are needed, par- Department of Politics, aided by Paul will present Rossini's famous comic tively untried men have the poten- Fred Lawson at wing positions will operetta, Seville," "The Barber of on tialities of real stars. form an excellent line, while Gil Lea the show will visit Philadelphia, New ticularly in the heavier weights in the T. Stafford, also a member of the department, is to make an impartial sur- Thursday evening at 8:30 in McCarCaptain Thomas, who teamed with and Perm Holsapple make up a strong York, Montclair, Buffalo, Cleveland,' Junior and Senior 'Classes. Nicholson last year in the shorter dis- defense in front of Paul Fentress, the Tryouts will be continued this week vey of the probation of criminals in ter Theatre. Milwaukee, Chicago, St. Louis, CincinA special cast of Broadway actors tances, will lead the sprinters in both goalie. Besides the first string others nati, Pittsburgh, Washington, Balti- and next, and first round matches will the State of New Jersey. Professor Carpenter, who made a and actresses will appear in the pro- the 50 and 100-yard dashes. Thomas's of last year's Freshman squad will be more and Trenton. be run off within the next two weeks if possible. Semi-finals must be study of the Department of Institu- duction, which is touring previous to best time in the 50 is 0:24.3 and in out. a New York engagement. The comthe century is 0:54.2. D. K. Rizer '34 (Continued on Page Three) i through by December 5 as the finals tions and Agencies last year, feels pos- pany is one of the representative tour- bas occasionally bettered these times. Cub Seconds to Face 150's are scheduled to come off the second itive that a uniform system of probaOther candidates for the sprints are tion would greatly benefit the State ing organizations of America, and is Johnny Gorman's cub second week in December. Winners in their Lindberghs Reported Down respective weight classes will receive from an economic point of view. It is celebrating its Silver Anniversary on E. G. Anderson '34, W. F. Englis Jr. football team will meet the 150's in '35, R. K. Ritchie '34, Craig Severcheaper to put an offender on proba- its annual visit to various cities. (gold intracollegiate medals. According to an Associated Press a regular game this afternoon at All Freshmen interested in mat tion because he can be given a job and Rosina, the heroine, is portrayed by ance '36, G. R. Webster '36, captain dispatch, an unconfirmed report 4 on Goldie Field. The scrimmage brought Mathew, here from Gladys year's or held for restitution arof last they team, work whether not have had of the stolen Freshman and said that Colonel and Mrs. Lindthat was to take place today beany previous experience should report ticle, than to put him in a reform appearances in central Europe to sing J. C. Woodle '36. bergh, who were flying across tween the Freshman first squad and to Pop Foster in the U. B. Grannis Jr. '35, who has been Gym tomorrow at school or prison which costs the State the coloratura role. Forrest Huff inSpain, fell near Cadelas dc Tuy, the Varsity has been cancelled. 3. Jimmy Reed, who was reengaged considerable expense to keep up. Since terprets the character of Don Bartolo, practicing distance swimming all sumProvince of Pontevedera, but that this fall as assistant wrestling coach, a man can be kept on probation for guardian of Rosina; and Rod Benton mer, has continued the improvement neither was hurt. 28 MEMBERS HOLD MEETING will also be available in the Gym to less than $30 a year, while it costs plays the title role. Mr. Benton was which he showed during the season assist Coach Foster in training the over $800 in a reformatory, this sys- last seen in New York with Lenore last year. OF ROMANCE JOURNAL CLUB yearling men every afternoon from tem would ease the burden of the tax- Ulric in "Her Man of Wax." .After Competitors in other 2 events are: LOCAL ACTORS TO PRESENT four years of acting in opera houses backstroke—-J. C. Willey '34 and W. Assembly in Library of Engineering to 3:30. J. K. Gurney '34, R. H. Hook- payer considerably. THREE PLAYS IN M'CARTER er '34, E. H. Richardson '34, E. EL] In this department New Jersey is throughout Italy, Louis Sherman re- H. Willey Jr. '36; dive—J. H. Barrett Building Hears Professor Gregory '35, Thomas Snelham '35, A. far behind New York and Massachu- turns to sing the leading tenor part. Jr. '35, G. S. Friend '36 and A. L. Princeton Community Players Armstrong Speak. Will K. Bowie '35 and G. B. Treide '36 will setts, where the system of probation Wilbur Cos and Charles Vaughan, for- Metzner Jr. '36; breaststroke—H. C. Appear in Triple Bill on Saturday, charge in of coaching their respec- has more than paid for itself. In New tified with considerable experience in Crawford Jr. '36, R. S. Kelley '35 and November 25. The Romance Journal Club held its be tive class teams. Jersey there is no supervision over the innumerable "Mikado" roles, are the G. 0. Timanus '35. first meeting of the year yesterday afjudges in the different counties, and chief comedians of the production. The Princeton Community Players ternoon in the library of the EngineerTickets are now on sale at the Uni|- IVY TRIUMPHS OVER CAP, 6-0 will present a triple bill on ing Building. Twenty-eight graduate SCHOOL HOLDS CONFERENCE therefore a first offender may be either Saturday, sentenced to jail or let off only to re- versity Store and Wilcox's Pharmacy. students and members of the Faculty November 25 at 8:30 in McCarter peat again. price ranges Discusses the crime The The Gathering purpose "Revised Char of of the seats from present. Opponents j were ter Turns Back to Win Interclub Theatre, consisting of "The Man Who for New York City." the survey is to improve legislation. 55 cents to $1.65, tax included. Professor E. C. Armstrong of the Touch Football Series. Married a Dumb Wife" by Anatole Department of Modern Languages France, "The Great Dark" by Dan The School of Public and Internapresided at the meeting and explained Ivy turned back Cap and Gown yes- Totheroh and "The Trysting Place" Wavering Uncertainly the activities of the club. The Ro- tional Affairs held its first round taterday on Goldie Field by a 6-0 score by Booth Tarkington '93. mance Journal Club devotes itself to ble conference of the year on the subto emerge triumphant in the interclub The first of these plays, which are Policy the discussion of matters concerning ject of "Revised Charter for New touch football series. directed by Dr. Curt 0. H. Kayser, the Romance languages, and for this York City" last night in Whig Hall Cap and Gown, Key and Seal, Char- is a witty comedy and the last, a By David Lawrence '10 purpose meets every Monday after- auditorium. Dr. Charles Browne '96, ter, Cloister Inn, Cannon and Ivy comedy of youth and love, is gener(Special to the Princetonian) ernment betray no anxiety. They mainnoon. Yesterday Professor Armstrong presided. Washington, Nov. 13—We are in the tain an owl-like silence. They give the gained the semi-finals of the round ally regarded as one of Tarkington's read excerpts of communications from The conference was organized as midst of a financial crisis the gravity impression of omniscience—all is well, robin tournament last week. Having most delightful works. "The Great former club members who are now a commission with the duty of decidof which cannot be overestimated. Gov- they say, there is nothing to worry first defeated Key and Seal, Cap and Dark," a dramatic sketch, will feature conducting work at other Universities. ing on a new governmental structure Gown reached the finals by beating Mrs. Archibald Crossley in the role ernment bonds, the bulwark of the na- about. During the remainder of the meeting, and a new charter for New York. tion's credit, the keystone of the whole This is of course, so Charter. Ivy vanquished Cannon to of Mrs. Petrovich. very simple, members who travele/i in Europe this Witnesses appeared before the com- arch of the administration's relief Tickets for the performance are pro- long as the government retains control gain the final bracket. Intracollegiate summer discussed their experiences, mission representing various interests grams and recovery schemes, are wav- of all the elements in the tangled situ- Athletic Association medals go to now on sale at the Wilcox Pharmacy gathering and the commented on books of the city. ering uncertainly. And the policy of ation. But the evidence is overwhelm- members of the winning team. and the University Store, priced at on the Romance languages. The part of the Director of Mu- the In the game yesterday R. K. Ritchie 55 cents and $1.10. government in controlling the ing that American capital is fleeing nicipal Research who favored a city value of the dollar has reached a point to Canada, Europe, that dollars are and C. F. Banks Jr. chalked up the Hockey Managerial Commences manager plan was taken by J. B. where it has excited the fears of those being sold to to get foreign currencies first two tallies for the victors. LaBasketball Managerial to Open Schaner '35. Robert Burrows '35 rep- who have saved their money and stim- or in exchange for commodities which ter several Cap and Gown drives failThirty men reported at the hockey resented the Borough President of ulated the cupidity although penetrating of the speculators. are to be held till the inflation panic ed to score, E. W. Lee '34, basketball manager, managerial meeting held last night in Manhattan opposing a city manager, deeply into enemy territory. A long will explain the duties of Sophomore What is money worth? What are is over. Murray-Dodge. Assignments will be while M. C. Dittman Jr. '35, as the "things" worth? What will anything The government of the United aerial ground-gainer to H. A. Thouron managerial competitors at the opening posted in the first entry of Brown, but Borough President of Brooklyn, pre- be worth two weeks, three weeks, a States is trying the unique experiment garnered the third point, while Banks meeting at 7:15 tomorrow night in managerial work is to-be more exten- sented reasons against the abolition month hence if the spiral which has of attempting to drive its own dollar tallied the fourth. Two more scoring McCosh 60. The work will start Nosive next week when the squad gets on of boroughs and counties. Others rep- just begun is to continue without in- down without breaking down its own passes to Thouron made the final vember 20, and the first cut will be tl-"-'^-iji' «k-uc --. -■-the*re«: resented various municipal officers. = terruption? High officials of the gov(Continued on Page Three) count 6-0. made before Christmas.
CLASS MAT BOUTS TO GET UNDER WAY
CARPENTER WILL SURVEY SPECIAL CAST TO APPEAR PROBATION OF CONVICTS IN 'BARBER OF SEVILLE'
Governmental Bonds As of Dollar Control Reaches Crisis
THE DAILY PRINCETONIAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1.4, 1933
THE DAILY PRINCETONIAN
ADVISES ACTION ON BOXING QUESTION
THE CROW'S NEST
Here and About
We understand that our Faculty have To the Editor of the Princetonian : diverse and sundry activities, outside of the many UniSir: "Why Not a Boxing Team?" was the title Joseph T. Lambie '84. Chairman them. of an editorial written in the Princetonian JanNEWS STAFF versity work. For this we sincerely commend uary 13, 1932. Last Saturday a similar editorial Managing Editoi W. S. Eisenhart dr. '34. One professor, as an illustration, has founded G. E. Brown '34, Assignment Editor appeared; it was headed "Boxing." Both articles W. Duß. Sheldon '34. Make-up Editor hobby that both improves his talent and a new English Managing Editoi '34, Assistant N. C. jadvocate the formation of a boxing team at Prince- ; News Editors cheers the less fortunate. Once a week he goes to D. C. Stuart Jr. '35 E B. Hill '34 ton. R. P. Turner Jr. '35 State Prison Farm and sings to the W. C. Hogg Jr. 'S4 the Women's S. G. Welles Jr. '36 The first editorial crystallized mere rhetoric; R L. Hutton Jr. '34 J. P. Williams 111 '35 inmates. We are interested to find that these hardJ G Rouse Jr. '34 W. A. Carlile Jr. '36 so shall the second unless concerted action is taken I C A Beasley Jr. '36 R- R, P- Goheen '36 boiled criminals prefer sentimental music. The W. S. Cox '36 D G. Greene '36 by undergraduates interested in representing A. H. Davis '35 R. O. Jones 3F first program he gave consisted, believe it or not,. P Hutcheson Jr. '36 J. M. Morris. '31 Princeton in the ring. G. R. McKee Jr. '85 entirely of traditional Irish love songs. H. A. Page 111 '36 T. A. Parrott '3f Superficial objections regarding such represenC. D. Rea '36 E. F. Prichard Jr '35 Politics seems to attract Princetonians also, j R D Waters '36 F. G. Smith Jr. '35 ! tation as to personal injuries and financial expense H. R. Wood '3<> W. W. Stevenson Jr. '3F Last week saw Dr. Charles R. Browne '96, former j Associate Edito": can be readily allayed. However, it is understood Mayor R. IC. Mardfin '36 and Congressman, elected to the Borough that one important and necessary detour must be Council on the Democratic ticket. His running ■Jntered at the Post Office. Princeton. N. J., as Seoond C^ overcome. It is to convince the powers that be that Mail Matter. Loc-*' subscription rate. $7.00. Mailed subscription rate. $7.60 i mate was Mrs. Phalina Fine Locke, daughter of j one can box and still remain a gentleman. the late Professor Henry Burchard Fine, Dean of, Office Hours It would be well for undergraduates interested the College during Woodrow Wilson's presidency All Departments: 1 to 2 p. m. Daily Except Saturday in the formation of such a team to leave their Printed hy Princeton Herald. Inc. and in honor of whom Fine Hall was named. Daynames with Spider Kelley. He could arrange for Member of the NR-A ton D. McKean of the English Department was j a meeting of candidates, and a united front could likewise elected to the State Assembly. One lone issue: News Editors for th's be achieved when the case is presented for con- but well-meaning voter wrote in the name of J. M Morris sideration. | Franklin Bunn '07, who has held the job as a R. R. P. Goheen If the will is sufficiently strong, desired results matter of fact, for several terms. The voters do j can usually be had. This point is borne out when Tuesday, November 14, 1933 not approve of horse racing; evidently it would be we consider the financial odds swept aside by the too much of a good thing to have horse-racing and Tiger lightweights who succeeded in rowing in ATHLETIC REPRESENTATION saloons back in the same year. Alfred Sieminski '34 announcement released at New England last summer. While we are on the subject of the voting of Brunswick Sunday by Director of Physical EdALUMNUS DECRIES OVER-PENALIZATION jlast week, we cannot help but admire the way Comucation, George E. Little that henceforth athi munist Thomas McNally took his physical and elecletic polidies. .at Rutgers will be influenced To the Editor of the Princetonian: toral beating. On two occasions he was soundly largely by consultation of undergraduate opinSir: Sitting in our seats at the Palmer Sta- bombarded with various vegetables when he tried should:b'e":r_eived with interest at Prince- dium last Saturday, did we see the roughest, most to point out the way to economic freedom and prosdesire of the student body to feckless game of football ever played? What was perity. The police saw to it that he was respected ton," see.its o.wn. sentiments reflected in the admin- the matter? No Princeton or Dartmouth player during his third speech. But most of all we comistration of the University's sports program has was carried from the field, no blows were struck, mend his attitude when the returns were out. "If customarily been received by the A. A. with good feeling seemed to prevail. Were the officials I. had only gotten a vote for every tomato that was a spirit of willing concurrence. gimlet eyed or were they mind readers? Let's have thrown at me," he wistfully remarked, At Rutgers the new plans call for the es- a look at the strange record and then turn to what i Dock Rats tablishment of a board" of managers, which is happened on other football fields. Princeton lost Four undergraduates, recently on a weekend to include the undergraduate managers of all 90 yards in penalties. Dartmouth lost 73—a grand trip to New York, found after a convivial evening intercollegiate and intramural sports. It is total of 163 yards in one hour's playing time. they had over-estimated their financial rethrough this body that undergraduate opinion Princeton won by seven points—the total score that sources. Ten cents was the sum total of their in regard to intercollegiate sports schedules seven points mark you! Princeton made 16 substifunds, and they had no place to stay. Using their and other phases of athletic policy will be tutions, Dartmouth 18, a total of 34. boundless ingenuity, however, they slipped through declared. The Army and Harvard, Georgia and Yale, a turnstile, two at a time, and boarded the Staten At Princeton student sentiment on athletic Fordham and New York University, Purdue and Island ferry. There they slept, lulled into dreammatters is customarily voiced through the un- Notre Dame taken all together accumulated but land by the gently lapping waves. dergraduate representation on the Board of 180 yards in penalties in four hours' playing time, Soap Control of the Athletic Association, the ulti- an average of about 22 yards. The winners, taken There is one gentleman around here who has a mate authority for the actions of the A. A. At together again, made 73 points and one loser, N. the same time the Managers' Club may serve ! Y. University, made 12, a total of 85 points scored tiled "soap chamber," which adjoins the bath of his apartment. Here in niches around the wall he as another medium of the same sort. Such ion four different fields. The combined teams menkeeps several hundred varieties of soap, collected circumstances as those which led to the in- j tioned made 94 substitutions. elusion of the Dartmouth game on the present ! Gosh! what a horribly brutal and perfectly from all over the world. It is even reported that season's football schedule testify that the A. A. he has a soap for every mood—a gloomy soap, a awful football game we, all unsuspicious, must have cheerful soap, an uproarious soap, a salacious soap no to in by express has been means reluctant watched at the Palmer Stadium! and a chaste soap. (Ivory, we think, for it is over its policies a cordial agreement with the stuIf the officials had "detected" one more case of 99 per cent pure). This still leaves unsolved, howdent body. "roughness" and one more "holding" or "interferever, at the mystery as to what soap he uses when The new step Rutgers is a significant ence" or "backs in motion" or made one more split one in that it places undergraduate influence he's just plain dirty. When your plump observer second decision on the "huddle," Princeton and investigated the situation he was met with a reply, in athletic administration on a more systematic | Dartmouth would have made more yards in the Tigeln basis than in most colleges. The progress of wrong direction, aided by the eager officials, than "No soap!" the plan should be of interest and may perhaps Ieight other first class elevens that met on the same I gation reject the theory that he was run down by suggest features worth emulating at Princeton. glorious day! an automobile as the nature of the injuries was No wonder the teams appeared puzzled and PUBLIC such that they could not have been so received. The some of the spectators left scratching their heads! I article in the paper concludes that the Coroner was Within the limited accommodation What's the matter? Old Grad Linesman satisfied and that the investigation was at an end. ed by the present library building there is, of course, little space to be spared for extra readDEMANDS MORE CONVINCING SOLUTIONS It seems evident that either the story in the papers is not the one believed by the police or else a highly ing rooms. The only part of the building in improbable solution is being accepted for reasons which the privilege of smoking and some de- To the Editor of the Princetonian : Sir: The discovery of the body of Mr. Towner unknown to the writer. It is surely very bad pubgree of comfort are afforded is the Trustees' Room, the equivalent here of the "browsing | of Maryland on the lawn by Guyot Hall on Satur- licity for Princeton in either case. It will be recalled that the investigation into rooms" found in most of the newer libraries, day night brings the total of such discoveries in to the The past two months. the death of the janitor found one morning by the purpose of which is to provide a congenial IPrinceton three for atmosphere for either study or occasional explanations of this peculiar demise which appeared Murray-Dodge Hall was also abandoned and that reading. The Library authorities recognize jthis morning in the Princetonian and various even at the time of the discovery very little was this and are doing as much as possible to make New York papers are so ridiculous that one won- made known about it. If the answer to this mysthe most of the limited facilities in this respect. jders how they could have ever been seriously con- tery was discovered it received absolutely no pubBut the fact remains that frequently those sidered. That a man should have received fatal in- licity whatever. Then again the strange death of who desire to make use of the Trustees' Room ternal injuries and have both his wrists broken the boy whose body was found a few days ago near have been refused admittance or asked to leave trying to get out of the Stadium after the game is a dump heap—again almost no facts or explanain order that the room might be free for pre- not to be believed by those who have ever tried to tions. It seems very strange that there should be a ceptorial conferences. This has not been done do the same thing—even admitting that progress at series of mysteries of this character for which only with the official permission or knowledge of such times is apt to be a trifle uncertain. Further- the weakest of solutions have been offered and it either Mr. Gerould or Mr. Young; they have more that anyone who was kind enough to take a is possible that the people of Princeton may be no way of identifying a straggling group of six man so hurt as far as the spot where the body was i wondering just what is going on here. One's peace or eight undergraduates and one professor as a Ifound and then unceremoniously dump him on the i of mind is not promoted by events of this sort. If preceptorial group. It has been their intention ground for fear that he was dying is an even more i there are natural and plausible explanations for to keep the room free from all meetings but absurd idea. Did these mysterious Samaritans fear these occurrences I feel that it would be advisable those of the Trustees and the Library Com- jthat they would be accused of having murdered thei to make them known instead of printing such unmittee. It is certainly no more than fair that boy? When the body was found after ten o'clock believable solutions as the one in the morning pathe Faculty should respect the freedom of the 'it was pronounced to have been dead about threei pers. If the answers are not known, may we at room; it would be well if further abuses of hours. Is the public to suppose that he lay therei-least hear what progress the investigation has such a sort were reported to the Library au- dying for two hours without attracting any notice made. Or were they really abandoned? whatever? The authorities in charge of the investi-. J, C. Slqane Je. '31 thorities.
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Politics Junior Readers Please notice the following change in my conference hours for the remainder of the term. Instead of Monday and Tuesday, 2 to 4, they will be henceforth Monday: 10:30-11:30 and 1:45-4:45. 13-2t HAROLD H. SPROUT.
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credit at the same time. It has announced in effect to the world that gold measured in terms of dollars is selling at too low a price and that it intends to bid up gold. No announcement has been made as to what the limit will be, but obviously a price of about $41 for gold means a 50-cent dollar. That is taken to be the objective, so speculative elements who wish to make a profit are holding gold for the higher prices. It takes a relatively small amount of gold to force the
price up. Gold Price Hard to Peg. When in 1929 prices represented a fictitious level and everybody tried to ': sell at the same time, the prices collapsed by tens and twenties in a few minutes. So today when the gold price does get to $41 it may be difficult to peg. It may get weaker or it may cause an even greater demand for gold, especially if such confidence as remains in paper currencies begins to crumble. There is no telling what the caprice of that moment will bring. The difficulty about manipulating the gold price is that it does not depend permanently on the amount of gold bought or sold by governments but upon factors of public confidence and deflationary influences. Thus our government's recent flotation of bonds issued in exchange for liberty bonds is selling below par. Government secur-
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ities have been firm in recent months. The banks own billions of them and anything which depresses government credit is bound to make the investing public uneasy. Source of Money Doubtful. But where, it may be asked, is the money coming from with which to speculate in gold or with which to buy commodities in anticipation of the inflation spiral? Why, largely from the sale of government securities. As the rush comes to sell government bonds to get cash for other purposes, the credit ATHLETIC NOTICES structure begins to be adversely affected. The administration can have Varsity Squash—Following report dozens of policies that are on paper to courts on Monday, Wednesday and logical and that make a perfect se- Friday at 3 for coaching: Bacon, quence in theory, but there is no way Clement, Foulke, Harris, Hancock, Langenberg, Rauch, Richards, by which human nature can be forced Holmes, Smith, Stephens, Talcott, Wing, W. to forego a speculative profit if the H. Wood. Court reserved for squad government itself invites an orgy of from 2 to 6. 11-3t Freshman Squash—Applegate, Ault, speculation or virtual betting on the price of the one thing that ought not Fowler, Hutchins, Marvin, Rose, Tyson, Vanderbilt, Yon Elm, Wells, to vary, namely the medium of ex- White, report to coach at 3 on Tuescahnge. i days and Thursdays. 11-3t The danger now is not that the dolSwimming—Varsity and Freshman divers report to Pool daily 2:30, at lar will go to 50 cents, as the adminis- ! Freshman swimmers at 3:30 and Vartration apparently desires, but that sity swimmers at 4:45. as it goes crashing downward it will Wrestling—Meeting of last year's achieve a momentum which will carry Varsity and Freshman lettermen in Murray-Dodge it below 50 cents. It is the same old at 7:15. Hockey—Candidates report to Mr. story about controlled inflation. Once Swinnerton at Brokaw Field at 4:15. it gets started the forces that can hold Fencing Members of the Fencing it in check are almost impossible to .Association wishing to send out invimobilize. 1tations for fencing exhibition, see Pecora at 7 Middle Dod. Stabilization Necessary. 14-4t Unless in the next few days the govCOMPETITIONS ernment makes a clear announcement of its purposes and couples it with a Intime Business Extra credit for declaration of intention to stabilize the work in stage and electrical departdollar at as early a date as practic- ]ments. Sign up for work in TheaNot compulsory. 14-3t I able, the business men of the country tre. 1937 Brie reand the possessors of money will hesi- ]port to 221 Business—Candidates Walker at 8:45. tate to make commitments or to sell Shoe Shop—Meeting of candidates anything valuable at present levels. Jin Shop at 6:45. Basketball Managerial Meeting Stabilization is coming sooner than Sophomores interested tomorrow anybody here thought probable, in- of night in McCosh 60. 14-2t eluding the administration itself. It Intime Electrical Candidates rewill be forced as a measure of self- 1port to Theatre at 1:30. Student Tailor Shop protection against a declining and deMeeting in basement of Murray-Dodge at 8:45 preciating dollar. for Freshmen interested in entering (Copyright 1933) competition. 14-2t
Picture tomorrow at 1 at 11-4t Lodge—Picture Dial Thursday at 1 at Turner's. 11-5t Camera Club—Picture at Turner's at 1:10 Thursday. 11-5t Tiger—Art and editorial copy for next issue due at 1:15. Chemical Engineers Meeting in lounge of Engineering Building tomorrow at 7:15. Discussion of plans for year and motion picture on petroleum refining. 14-21 Cider Agency—Salesmen report at selling 20 Middle Dod before tonight. Gensler report at 154 Witherspoon at 2:45. Band—Meet in Clio at 4:30. 14-4t Kiski Club—Graduates meet in Studio Suite, Nassau Inn at 9 tomorrow. Concert Ushers—List of men retained posted on Princetonian bulletin board. Triangle Chorus—Rehearsal in McCarter at 7:15. Glee Club—Rehearsal in Alexander at 7. Rehearsal tomorrow night instead of Thursday. Picture postponed till Tuesday. McCarter Ushers—Those wishing to usher at "Barber of Seville" Thursday leave note at 9 Blair before 6. Student Refreshment Agency Meeting in 41 North West Thursday at 9. 14 3t Gilman Club—Members meet in Murray-Dodge tomorrow at 7:15 to elect officers. 14-2t Lit—Meeting tonight at 7:30 in 131 Walker.
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"College? Why certainly—l know all about college." George M. Cohan looked up quizzically. He had just finished a performance of Eugene O'Neill's comedy "Ah, Wilderness!" and was in his dressing room. In the play he is Nat Miller, newspaper owner. In his dressing room, however he is always George M. Cohan.* The lower corner of his mouth dropped. It is the comer through which he speaks when he has something important to say. Now he apparently had something important to say about the unending controversy regarding the benefits of higher ed-
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"They were always good to us. We were the Four Cohans —my father and mother, my sister Josephine and myself. They seemed to respect us because we were a family. "I remember once we were playing lat Ithaca. It happened that Josep j hine fell in her first dance. It was really serious. But she was a game youngster and pulled herself together [ to get back into the show in the secIond act. These boys seemd to sense t j hat she was in there on nerve, just ito give them a show. Upon her re-
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ucation. Cornell. "Yes," said Mr. Cohan out of the Representative, TOM HARRISON | Impoliteness in New Haven. Applications for tickets to the Yale important corner of his mouth. "I "However, they weren't always so WEKTtP JULY 2S. 193i. NOT! 1.919.059 At Skirm's Smoke Shop, 58% Nassau St game will be accepted at the down- know all about college. Why shouldn't jconsiderate. In New Haven Sam BerTUESDAY, WEDNESDAY town office of the A. A. until 4 I ? I have a son who's a freshman." I nard was playing a new musical and There was an effective pause. Thursday. All seats are reserved and November 14th, 15th the boys started throwing things. priced at $3.50 each, including tax, "What good is it to him? I don't Down came the curtain and Sam made but undergraduates may obtain one know. I know that I wish I had had a speech in which he said if the boys ticket for $2.20. a chance to go to college and find wanted a show, all right. Well, the Students are again reminded that Iwhat it's all about. I know that a show went on; but later they kidthe Murray-Dodge branch office of young man today is that much better napped most of the chorus. the Athletic Association is closed. All off for every minute he spends in col"Times have changed, though. It's of smart dancers those wishing to get their tickets for lege. Of course, it's difficult to make a pleasure to play a college town Because Urban, soft-lit, deepthe Navy game must apply at the of- my boy understand that. At present now. That's because men of our time sea setting is so conducive to he's more interested in baseball than fice in the National Bank Building. pays biggest taking things seriously. They regay spirits and bright converhis studies. I want to see him learn are college to prepare for alize they're at sation. Because the service and he can, you understand; but just are octaking advantage of the entertainment are as smooth Harris '36 Elected to "Tiger" all between us—l wouldn't have the boy life, and they're as the floor. But chiefly because their opportunities. That's why colmay a man of the marvelous rhythms of Francis M. Harris Of Buffalo, New know it—l'd rather see him be a good leges are turning out graduates who wear any Meyer Davis, the dean of them York, was elected to the 1936 Business third baseman than valedictorian of are great business men—and some all. (Assistant Director, MaxiBoard of the Tiger at a meeting held his class." pretty good third-basemen." own or milianBergere.) Special dinner, in the Tiger Office last night. Youthfulness of Actor. George M. Cohan's lower lip came $3; supper, $1.50. Couvert after He looked paused, tage. Rosenberg Evening into the mirror 9:30, §1.50; Saturdays, $2.50 up again. The interview was over. and removed the lines from his face. LOST \, dinner guests excepted. are irreproachably Fifth Aye. at E. 55th St., N. Y. A blue overcoat with fur lined Mr. Cohan is 55. So is Nat Miller, FIRST BRIDGE ROUND PLAYED the man he in Widlerplays design "Ah, correct gloves pocket. leather in Taken from The VLotei St. VLegis Freshman Commons Saturday noon. ness!" But Mr. Cohan is so young 11 Pairs Compete in Murray-Dodge— Please notify H. F. McCreery, 27 in appearance that he adds several Wallace and Bethge Lead. NRA lines of age with makeup to become Campbell. Miller. The first of four qualifying rounds "I didn't get to college myself," he PLEASE RETURN for the University Bridge Championcontinued. right "That was all in my gray Will man who took topcoat, ship was played in Murray-Dodge made by Durwards, London, from 44 day; but today a man can't get any- Hall last night. Eleven pairs com16 EAST 52nd ST.. NEW YORK 1014 CHAPEL ST., NEW HAVEN Park Place, Friday night before where without a real education. I peted, and at the end of the evening Prince-Tiger dance, return same to 3 was brought up on the stage. Bethge "In those days there weren't many R. D. Wallace '34 and R. C. A Hamilton and get his in return. led with 47y2 points. college men on the stage. Now the '34 F. T. Weiss '36 and E. T. McCortheatrical business is full of them and razor No j they're a credit to it. When I was mick '35 were second with 45 % |a boy and met a college graduate, points, and H. W. Arthur '36 and S. Marvin '37 were third with 44%. !I'd sort of back away from him. I There will be three more qualifying was afraid he would start using words i I couldn't understand—s2 words we rounds before the men who are to E_^^_-~"^_i ■_ 8s ln__ |play for the University championship _* L. * I icalled 'em. w ill be are known. Since the finalists "But I was born in a college town 1 j—.Providence. I used to hang around chosen on the basis of their two best Brown. When I wasn't on the road scores, it is necessary for each man with a show I'd pal around with the jto enter at least two of the four college boys. They used to borrow Irounds. _L_s_ ■ I__r _r '■ „< neckties from me. That's why I sort Schick makes a «H■__ I m^ B_t _T i^TI ________vs^ blade of the of considered myself one of them. I I W l^k McCabe, Duffield on Labor Board precisely tempered steel „_ \\^_k "I was crazy about baseball. I and sharpens this with five iS<'pi>illlll(f guess, at that, I'm just a frustrated Professor D. A. McCabe of the De-1 third-baseman. I was so crazy about partment of Economics and Edward the game I carried bats for the var- D. Duffield, former acting Presidenti touched by human hand. By then inserting^^"jjj^ sity. I might have been a great of Princeton, have been appointed to j the clip in the handle of the razor, Schick w % A pu" and Sh give way to these blade V % __r?S^_r»_l practical third-baseman. a regional labor' board of New Jer- has found a "i instant you shave. \V:>_ change! "Then, too, I learned a good deal sey, Chairman Wagner of the Nation- edges protection up to the about colleges from acting in college al Labor Board announced on Satursecond; Want a new kind of pocket knife? Send\ ;'~_ Complete with TO, towns. That wasn't always such a day. Professor McCabe has been seyour room 20 blades only a quarter (25?). You'll receive __^_9*_k "—" pleasure for some people. The boys lected as the impartial chairman of postpaid quite a surprise. It's the Schick Knife 20 _^3^^\ started rumpuses when they didn't the Board, and Mr. Duffield, Presito 11 with a Schick super-keen blade. It's only Vs inch blades7sfs. ,*A That's VSHfi You'll like it. bulge your pocket. in thick! 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