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Worcester Polytechnic nstitute Tech News All ssues WP Student Publications The Tech News Volume 21, ssue 5, October The Students of Worcester Polytechnic nstitute Follow this and additional works at: Recommended Citation The Students of Worcester Polytechnic nstitute, The Tech News Volume 21, ssue 5, October (1929). Tech News All ssues. Book This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the WP Student Publications at t has been accepted for inclusion in Tech News All ssues by an authorized administrator of r ol 2 1 TECH WNS OVER AGGE RUNNERS Phil Pierce s Home First Agajn n Cross Country Tlw Tcdt \'rus'l 't untry tcnm gut mtn its wutnilllt ~triolc ll!lrllll hy rl( ftatmg th~.\nj:ir: Jun.: tll~ trllt\ t run ners :! ~ 31 Phd Pu~n c \'ontlnut l his,;toto~! runtlin.: n111l h: l tlw J .wk hc ttll'. llt \Ht : n n dt~rly prt. ~ rl f,, illl.\g,jc ri' 'l nnd h.ttl t um rk.1 tc rrliio bur t 'P\.:~ 1 llj p:t~j; hllll, l ul ll\ ojtber,,11(,~1 in th 1.1 i ~ til \'dnl~ and Phil 1\fi '' inut'r h1 n Will\' m r~lll Btl lhu t.ol.u r,,., a 1;:, ilu, ;~ J ruatl~ill!l frt llh EDTORAL N W. P. l. JOURNAL S NOTCED Several Magnzmes Reprint t l u tbc ( ktul..,: n hctm n i ~t-lll' nl lhc h unwl, l'ruh:ssnr l.t) lor JlU li ht:rl lin L fll!uri:t \\ hid1 '' wurllw 11( t ur\ 111 mllwn h1 nil t ill' umktgru lunh ~ tt wdl ;lj tht ulumm ' hl t rhtoru\1 lhl J..rtnl tl hun: l... t:n ~ nn ni n ll'tl ' mnn1 lrn)hrtanl mngn11111 th~: orto: mtlllccl llt llr ~cl wna )!i\'tr wadi! re 'to~niti1111 ;utd tht! ll vrin tcd iu lhc ~hi\' tsilll' ln!fl 1 t ur m11lt r the hl Htlin)l', ~lr EmJ111)'t r.'' wa~ n print.d n pnrt and ut 1 ull ll\' ~ uc h mnjfllzirw! all, ht li!l ' riip v 1 1 W N,, nr/1, /:l, ttrical ilr/rl, 1111d lfrdtrllllttrl ti H'''tllr/ 1'lu nne prhned m thl (:!. tuber is~ue tht, \'tar Ullth-r tht h a lirt) , hnrit~ ur lht..'ilm «~,' J!; l l mo~l utu: rn l ll tht ttult tlt horl ~tnt! rtlll! :J nll ''' \\',.!'hun' t)li' r lii's:(! ununu,. a rni, haril.tb:t in1'!itui!ull \\'h ''' r~or ' ''' 1111 ltn.u ul J l'uj 111rl awefi!l th~ hr1l t luf'u'u11.a1 all r.tufl nt Tht pre'( nl :umll' l ' t ' th~ n titmu t ~ r,turlcnt ~~ 'i?ll, th tuth« l! (J;Ja l lt1 th~ l'tn t nt ' t.!io \\'hv t~ot li l't a nulc f r 1 he '~:Z:JO hnl.orwc l om th,.,. 1\ r,., tih Utftlt; 1u J ll\' n ca,h) F.r,da tn:lll \\h, 1,'1R \~l l n llurr l'e. ro; 11 ul l tlla 11 lll'!) the t olll'll '101~1 ~~ ~ ~ uhh: on u!ili ltug ~nlc \1 ithin ten r lillt ~u 'lt'l'j w lh llt nt cn ~t. rltis \\ nulcl \\ ur~ 111 hun h 1 o u lim p 111r bttv rlurh1jf hu uur.;t' t r h ~;~ \~uuld ri.' 'ct\'t H hnlnr h:j nul.\ ter t:rmhmtion, hu ~ h uuld lie t ' (:ornpc:tenl tn puy th,. ddl. rt('jf t u~ l f lu~ l'llura tkn M hil W..tLiilli\ r da!(l.muw 'Th.- lna:ume frnrn th i~ tltdcrrc l tul ti m C 111tld he nwf.'\i ''' in muintcnhnt;thtut.n!. ot (!h ol nr ~ lup funrl,.. r 11 ~tl fur rurrcnt }R'':lli Jtu; J l wm.tlcl )(T.t du lh l'i'1cq the HtC'f1' t\hl lii 1'4-rt tiull:tr thut J ' nu\\ fltril'ntl from unu tn, u- .1 t'n-rl lwm nt and per t'rtnttn.lletl uu P31ft' a ut :11 MANY FROSH ATTEND ROPE PULL PRACTCE Sophs Are Underdogs in Contest At tl!i.' dose ul their ' ''' \H 1 1. nf prm ti~c tht: f'rc.~lun, n ' land (a, ' ' ' pull the ~(.J)hF thrqugh th t~ rhill~ w.awr,,f nstitute Pond the cia\' t lf tl1v ll111ut:~l immr ~ir.n \\'hh tht,;sn l cnthusm~m. n sruod1~ numbl f,,, rn,h m~n b;j\ t 1un1rd nut lor eal'h pra~: tin ancl n wdl tr.jtned l c:tnl rs fa,t ruutl\lillg intn l:aj) . nndtt t he vt:h:r.m l[tri,l;tn, ~ llc tht.funwr 1 rttunh, rl th\l juni lli, au.. nh k:wh th.,tr 'ba.r~:~'s h.lll ut what tbt l..u.. v. thrr ll!;h thctr t\1 11 ~mtest 1 thu L 1 m:oh illl.uj.. htt!t l\lt(rit'nt'll g, 11 lh11110:h m:tny l t the h~.: luth 1 wrrc lu.: ) with Lht.:tr tra k lt ~t \\\:11 tl~ 'rw.. l'r 11h.tl rl\ t r ki. \ rlh i\lt d lmu t :.m~ null 11Ultrtl cnda ~lh l t~ :1! ' 11 1 ~till. ' he N1ph.. mw1 ::. un hi' ~lhn lwn l htlh, 11 '' huwn hllltl ln~ lumtillll ''' J 1 rh l1n llfl\1 vet, th1~ir nhdt llt'' ; r \ t h nlh ht il11l'll 1 ht 'XJ -'rit m ~ tht 1 J.. 'incol lun,, nr in t ullin.: th1 1r flt mtnt 1hr 1111'h tlw l ~'~ ~ lmultl u11l 1h~ m m gqm\ litt!ul unol l or nn M.. T. LOSES TO SOCCERTES Ooscon Team Lacks Teamwork and Shooting Ability 'Tit\' l'n h.,.,..,.,,r tl'am f1lah d ( wn\ t11 11 w~ lh urawrl \'it:t 'n l'lllunia\, at.\ltnnnt l~ 'f l. \1 lu u ll tldcatt:d tht :\1. 1' 1-cM t t:r~ ~ 0 The!!lliU' \His tl'clll} C U!(ht fur lh, liht lew m inutt!. :tf1cr whidl lh~c 'l't~dt ho. tcr.- t k (W Je 9lon ' the lonll.1a1 1 l.c:pt lhrc.. H\'tlin~ ll l li 'J dunn};,,,.. o..'ttttrr llr~l h f \\' l' ~1, tt th tr\s\'c.dl th1 lime \,. k \',1! 'h1,.. at tl,. 11 l (ur, l ~rj, ' ' the hall lhr mrh 1 h : Ull l.1 th~ T H qunalt:r lu the ' 1 t f \\'hihtli r, h h.vl ' '''11 tdl~ 11111rl ill n, hull 1 hnn c lu ll t tl1tenrl hi!' ll' J in h r)j he ~, 1', l 1 h'l ll ~ 111 r11 1 t n t hall h1 putt llll tl1~1u 1 lvc, 1111 rl! lt:ll il' L1H!\111\'cd thu~ 1l111111; rw ~ !11 ru ti t 11! tlw l'l tll ' l.nr 1111, o1 1\t:\'t r,,1()1\,,,,, n il ~hot r r th ' 't' ll \.1J t1li~tl qunr:.r, rh r ll!.: ',,j tho (, 11 t,,, U!i mmle ' ~~ T.'s ~:.J rn llic hl 1 hull n tlllis al\ t lu:} ln.-l..iu~ trl ngtll,.\1 r h '.'a~l lul.: uf to':tiu,,.,,rl.. Tho f l )11111 ''ill he,,,;_ vf the tin. l tin' un ' poonl r: w w ' ' ~ll~~ :~una~tiun llrrlult tl f,,, ::Oaturalnl, \ nti\ '' h~ll lht.:\' h.u~ ' ~-(.,,,r \o.:ll'll cr :!, t ' ill JC hc.:ld, 1 t 1!M f) lh ' uuhl hmn.u ul kh, 'tlhcr ~ ll. Just pr('lit u~ w a!wlll ~111111' N ' ''' ~ th m t, ~ lh.\'11n\ i\'h 'J'hc thud ~ \C Ol uf tht! \\' ~ftt.!l!l r AAol\\t ll \ 't:t} .ll.(gh' ih 1.1 ,.. n ~t: n danl-c al tht: llurm pru l'l:wm~: tn l ht'utl 'fl 1 ha hall mt t lv n.ol\tl l11 the )lu..~ ml.\ -.urmti.u 1 l : m 1. 11!.111 ' 11 llllrnnll'r, ltncl Rkc ' ul lur \\' P. u. bile Shull!' 11! l\1 hl ut.~.1!1 la w rt' '' t~uuulin.: for M J. 1 SW!MMNG PRACTCE COMMENCED MONDAY Many Vets. are Back This Year.S imming prnc lic t!!llarte l la t :llun tlu~ ht-n ttttr new swirllmlllg t n;lch. Fr:.. k (:nun, l'nllctl L thl vctt tall!l 111 la.sl y!'ar's team, win ur~: nut qut ft r ''''cr ur ln11tloull..\iter thf.l lallor lt a m lou \'e finl ~htod thdr M'il lll'!i WtJTk qwulltnlllll t rnt'tin will l t.:!.'ln l l hdllll\' l ulil then, prut;'licc will h... rn lhcr au rn111l, ihh'nlkrl aru.r~.: 11 i;~'l tlu to \\ hoi tttt:r'l 1111n fairly j;l.tnd,h;tj i: nn!l kt fj 1h tt 11 th:n 1 unrlitiou1, than 111 tn\1 h ~-.. mu ' prn l!t' .ut h,,,.!, 111 t'ts'f;jr\' durrng tht: 'tll~t.n. L.1 l,...,r the : \\ rm~in.: tenm NJ Jv' H fa ' 'r ~~~ c f d at~m. wuh lil'c wm : u(,,,. en nuret . nucl Uti Jt 't~ ful cll~ lll ~ ~. J.Cdtrl t~r..\11 hut nne uf 1... ~ 1 t!tor'l ll;um ar t.ack tilts. yc;rar, indurlin~ t)s ~ ' t h 32. and Tmller J'.!. ' 1ht' ol :;tn t\'l:'n~~. Jc t! Ru~.r, 31, tht }cnr', apro.iu, mtrl ' Ra1 '' ''' ' at. in th~ cl:uhe ; fatt1., :u, ;uul Dri. 1 o!l, ':t.!, h th kstrukt!r!'t l'arl LA 'nll '30, :LrH f:mt'1 'pil, '3'.?, lur the hrurut:;l rakr 11 nnd ) t ll Tawttor, ao. rn thl' (, rr:1.j.i ng u \'en well rnunth.:cl uml tronj.! lti\111 The ~t ht tlu!c fvr t.hi.; yettr i'l 1111\\ ncarh twmplcted unci in, l udell t;e\'cn mcc tli, thrcu o{ whfc)l 11 rt: tn 'll.: huh! lwrt.\1 pre ;ent Prof 1) R. r'urptjnter is 1 rving tn lllj.'tl l.lfl a m t: el fnr \(ara h tint ~\htch i.~ at prc~ent open t t hi~ i a('t'mnp!b.hed Lhe tuu.m will ha l'(~ n hcdule 111 ci~:ht m~t~ lx.'l'illc.. the n ' 'r' lll :ale' n addition. men will Jc 6 nt lu cnmpcle rn,\.\ lj meet :\~ xl ~ tlllr hty ilu ~ou { r tc:un ~'CS h1 llr w'' roud. plnnnl{ thu ~1111.: brr..nd.,( jll111h 1\.1 lht'\' hi\\ o; ll the htu wu l'll t.lh:l l~, S ht l ultl i;h~ 1 he J1rn\\ Joolf'rr , 1 1 1J;:h ));d lft OALilNDAR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29 : 9 :110 A.. M.-Cbapol Service, Rev. R. J. Plumb. ll :50 A. M.-SenJor Owa Me.ilnr n M. J:, Lectw Room. WEDNESDAY, OOTOBil.R 50 : 9 :60 A. M.-Chapel Sernce, Rev. Broolte-Stabler. THUJ\.SDAY, OOTbBER U : 9 :M A. r,1.- Chapel s.rvice, Rn. Brooke-8Ulbler. PmDAY, NOVEMBER 1 : 9 :60 A...M. - Chapel Service, Rev. Brook..St.a.bler. SAT'URDAY, NOVE.MBER 2: 1 :00 P..M..- A.nnual Rot t Pull a~ tutuute P ark. 2 :00 P. M.-VaraUy Soccer CAme, Brown va. Te.cb, at. Providence. 2 ;00 p, M.-VU1!Hy J'ootbt.ll ra.me, Norwlob V. Tecb, M Alumni ~eld. 2:ltl 'P. M.- Vaa lty Orot Country R.Ul, Brown vs. Teoh, at Worcest er. 8 :00 P. M.-A.nnu.a.l Mullaa.l A.J. aociatioo Dance in Sanford Riley Ball. MONDAY, NOVEMBERt: 11 :50 A. M.-Cha.))el Senice., Prof. B. F. Taylor. t :00 P. M.-TEOB NEWS A.J. ajrnmenis atvon out in B hic-h flo nul confikt \\'ith the & 'hedu!c.!.:::=============:=!.! CLASS CONSTTUTlON S ADOPTED BY 1933 Freshmen Demand an Amendment \ll r tht lsn~tllsh h.:t turt- on 1'ritll1' n Fn ~m u1 dlim mnti1111 WU hd!l f~~r tlw Jl\1'1.10~ nl ndnpt111g a l'nn!ltltuttun. 1'111.' t'o~rtutu lis d f!w up b) th ' ~.onunil t c, wa. reml l \' tlw dt:mill\11 (:J, a!' ~ll \ arudc~ 111 it uppc:u, l 111 ' pt:tbl( hut lilt onl' which tttnt, l th;h tht 11rt rtlnn 11huu!tl :ll'j.k ialt n,., m mittt e tu numtuat ~ (mdirl;t tc~ lor t f fi,c!j l'c\'cml m~:nlhcrs vf thr: ~ f.ag o:tn.:nuuusl} UJ f1ut'1-'d th1s :utwl, mul Jiua ll a lllllhn 11.ts m.ule t hnt 1 h1 'Or».it lllttuu l tc t'h ml~:c ll lit r..ul. u alf mjmtt n~, mnmtlt 1! ~hnll wu l5r,,r 11t llltmhi t l'l.u'h lli\'mttll h t S)l,tJ lo lrned h lti tll~isl'lu ,\1 l ' r 111 Mt.:Nltr.i!h lwn~ -d oil~ u~'ti he no!lftl1 1\'11' ' trrlt l t)' n hll'~ ' Hjur. tl\' flntl ' r.ht :ugtmu nt th11n r.d :~,.:::tll1!' 1 ihl ) 11'1'\~!hill 1111 i lh th rr d,tsjjt'!l Mvt,, th nhnf\tinn rrm ~ :tppuintt!ll \' thr Jlf Hhl 11, ltut 1l,.r'~lfl, tlu1l lim l r '!lhmao d 11 ' 11'11111~ l1 ~~~~ l tj ll' urlllillal. DECEM BER FFTH S TECH CARNVAL DATE Fncult} Act Will 8c Fcarurc Fmlll\', Ll~ (~lllhl'l l :lth, Will ),.. lll rlnle n( 1 be 'H h f'armynl thi~; 'Af, \\ hwh t:yent ~~ unt: flf th tu.:h potnt.ll in 'J' h ullq:c prngrnrn 'l'h alfbir i1. m t hnr~;.. r 1 h~ W P 1 \,;-.r.c t\ nrvl t hrrjw uf Onn ~ under lhe ~fwl'1fll Wtlt:ux. ;u, t hnirml)n ' thr MM'inl nn l U.t'\'1 'Utlt ll :Oiflmltte.:..\t tlu~ nlla&r tht' lltml 'n~jo and frh ullv Join torceh ftrr evunmll nf rc1fllry Thu fm \flly will put on n liklt tha t th 1wn lower clni!sc~ will hrl u lfl W~trk htlrfj 1 1 S\frJ)RC. Ut ~fr l un lh u.~~ R('l:!l l1y tlw cilliij;tjll, Uw 111usicnl c)r.. amzatlon!l Will tl1 their pill'~ n rnnkin~: hi! nikht 61H'C:C~~(ul. 'fht collullll or 'll 111 rtl, Thu lloynwniun.'' will fumislh muslt' f(lr lht! oif!hl'n djttw blj.~. SOPHS ARE VCTOROUS N NTER-GLASS MEET Lyman, '33, s High Scorer NO. 6 TECH S BEATEN BY M. A. C. TEAM Aggies Win J9-l21n Close Game - Late Tech Rally Fails to Overcome Lead.\ larj:~ lcnm or l rim ~.ou )L- r$ll\'l'd hu l.if J rrum Ma~ 'lc.husett!l.'\J.'l'irul- 1 uml l'olt('~c invuded Alum111 Flt~Ld!-'nlurtl.tl ' ' act r a H u l11 ur battle wun tll fo(ltbllll 1, nme W1th u COre of 1912 l\ 1th t aml' plur~d llilnl, rl~m1 CtX l~!tall, itt the llr:-t tjuoru~r th\ lrtll lcjam nutjllan tl the \ i~itnr~ at e\'ery unra, hut n tht l;4' 'tmd nntl lhlrtl pe 1t11d, th ~ \ l ~ .un!..,d a Lli',tu1C t rhc lat t nr the!uurth 1111 ter 1~11 tnror r J:ofltll~~ whtn 'L h li- Hllll l hr JU h 1111d M ntcrl 101 )JH ~ Nrl('lllnr hut J11'('1fli.tr Jtl,l\'r, Whil'h k.o Jl\ th1: sllltlll:l ill ll llj~ 1 nr T tt h lllt ten m plnyctl hnrll, n}:;;t~:~ h f ou11 ull ln11t1 the mt 11lt'111 it t1,., ln d 1 ho hnll n tht kid a1li f'h.\1 \ t' lt.un uhlaiued 'PO ~'ldin11 co{ tlu: 1 ;,11 11ft r ' ''' Jll :lt dt \\fill hud l..:un Uifh: l.v J' \.hr hue 'C)\~.f'.tl fnm!jjt.ll lmnllv rt'lllltcrl in our tcun1 J!Uin ob 1 aituntt J..'SCS.'Uon The pil(lj;n then dllltlj!l'! hnnds SOH:nd time.-.. nt'ither t..-nm bdn~: able to lll3kc h~ A..wny n~ain~t fh VJiJAlllllll hnc. Piunlly lj)unt r. s1 tlt ~l 111 the ''i6iltm: htlvrng lbt h:lll within iru ht.'l' of tlc!ir l)wu line Tbto stmvl~ Nlllctl Cnr n touch illlt'k hut tht-- 1 UJil ~:ut owa~ N&fely!511) that Ta h lltlt lhe l)ltll vn fhc 30-yaul lint- llaving l..:c n nt!nr the ''Awr: ll g()al nn~ 'nucrl Lit imtlro\ o; the tc:~m. ~u 1t went down to th«l line ;ll[tlin, th.ll! time for tl tnul'hrlown. The quttrtcr ent.ft.rl with Tt'rh iu rmsst$.5illn of the ball M it 10-ynnl r,,, n tbu lll::!t'hnd (Juar~cr. M. A C. luunod nn exten~i l! army or paoc. hkh resuherl in twq tonl hdownb, Tile nl'l'l l ('UlllC after the ball had btlerr in phty fur ~omcttrne when M. A. C. gilt the lii! anti u11ed it.ll firttt series of J.'. Ctr. tlw Rr~t. a lateral with 1111 gain; lh( wxt, n rorwartl whirb enrterl at Tt-t h'n 10 )'llrd line Shortly arterwarda Klmh.,J wt'nt ncn~ for the l 't!tt. Ttie tkitll point watt nc)t mack After the. CmHrnut:d on Pal{C 3, C.Ql ll The ll ',,f JO:lll ('Onl ntll d it11 rc:ign,,f nvr~mnc\ V'r thl Jlrnt1hmnn dan MR. AND MRS. BARRF.TT Jw ''it tuc,,r n U:.! 37 vil t r)' in ~~~., inttr BEGN DANCNG CLASS t'h trad.: mt ~ ~ bt:ld la~t. \\ ctlnt ~dny onrl 'Thur~tthno With th. 'cpuon of l,ymnn, whb CJa56eS Are To Be Held n GJ Yil hl1eh ~'flrt'r nl 1 he mrcl, nnrl Buull. rlilllnncc mnn, nu fla~hy mrna rinl WM :\lr tlnrl Mr~. Fredl'f'ick j. Darren prt,dut crl ' the {lrt!shmnn!.'ns~ hu\c swncd a riancln.~r clnss esperially l.ymnn, n pwduct of Houth lllgh. f lr Prr~hmt!n The fir11t r.lru!!j, whic'b luol,cd gonrl n the hurrllo eycnta nnd wa.~ ht!ld last W t! ltle$dny, October 28, won holh with 1:11~. 'rl\t Ho,phDmmc~ w~r nhenrled l'ly ohout tl!tee~n stu ~ hut! n e lnlt:litnnt..~ in the two-milo run, fl\ l~. t was depide.d to hold ('lasttes the l:rl!~hmen ll'lklu~:: nine p(lintl in this. ltvny W ellnc)idlly rrom llev4ttl to ei~rht even~. n the r~ct, ption room. of the gymna. lllgh ('Orcr for the Sl.lllhR Wtl~ nill lllum NC!w meml!crs wij be received Hurr wi th two first plnrc to hl11 t rt tllt n l any time nnri they will be insw'umc:d Jc tllth'y l1r8t in tho &lid ymrl run rmrl in lht! l111e11t dante:! slej !. The charac the mlle. Rice of the Rophomnr dn~t.s f1 r eu 'h tcs'on i~ fifty cen ts. This hnd rlnht J Ointll whil ' two othrr S!Jilhll, d1111s oa'tl't\ r.m l!ltcc:lh:nt ~porturu ty :\lcginnes Utd Pnl:t! k1, l'll11t' t~d lrix for nny 11nr who ill lack1og iu tctj'!i apiec!e. C\M:'ltl nhilhy to prepare hirmelf for Summarv thcl many rlan cc~ which htlve hecln (f'ontinul tl 1111 PGKe S. Col. 21 planned fr r the winter 2 Published every Tuesday of the College Year by The Tech N ewa Ausociation of the Worcester P olyieehnin nstitut-e Business Park 4963 NBWS PHONES Editorial, Park 2278 EDTOR.JN.CHEF C. Eugene Center, '30 NEWS EDTOR William 11. ~rill, '30 H. 0. Carlson, '31 W. T. Hawley, '31 JU:-.ii OR E DTOR S U. E. Hosmer, ' 31 K. ll. Perry, '31.\. E. Greco, '32 BUSJ~ESS MANAGER Richard A. llolley, '30 MANAr.tNG EDTOR William j. Newbold, '30 SECRETARY Arthur ' Z:wareUa, '30 E. H. Rice, '31 C. \Y. W ilcox, '31 SUBSCR1PT10N MANAGER ADVER1'1S1NG MANAGER F. Curtis Tucker, '31 lenry N. Deane, '31 Francis A. Bartlett. '3'l (Jeorge T. Bnrks, '32 REPORTERS Lengcs Jl. Bull. '32 Louis D. Greene, '32 1rwin W, Peterson, '3'2 J ohn R. Pyne, '32 David Rice. '32 TER~S : S ubscriptions per year $2.00 ; single copies, Make ~~n checks payable to Business Mana~er. Entllred as second class maner, September 21, 1910, a l the postoffice in \\ orcester, Mass., under the Act of March 3, TllE HEPr' ERNAN PRESS Spencer. Mass. October 29, 1929 COLLEGE AMATEURSM 1:; over the throng ~~ Jorous, half at least, and the other half mclanchol~. Bu1. still this melancholy huh of the C'rO\\'d cumcs back the next week to see its t('(t\ trv Hktlin for a win. Even though their team doo!l not win, lo~ al supportl!rs are always walliug for the starting whistle ns eagerly :1s t he pl:wcr: thcmo;elws. There arc small groups in these vasl ~rvwds to whom the game means murc pt rhaps than to all the other people l'ombinerl. They ore t he ~ turl cn ts,,r the ~ allege~. '' hey arc the om~s who yell nut 1 heir cullcge l' hccrs They are i he ones who can inspire the team, if it can possihly he dune hy c hce rin~ E\ en their formid. 'hle appearance in the llu1ds is a heartening sight to th11 player~. who know the s ludents are with lhem, ~: he e ring them e\'en in ia :e of dl:'fcat. Does lhis help to win games? Who knows, hut );(Jmctimes it h11~ h.:lpetl and :;omctimcs a team needs evcrv hit nf help J)t.)Ssihlc. n is often hard to t heer when u tl!:.\lll i ~ on the losing end hut il c ertainly is e\'ident that it is much easier to cheer then if the whole student btlcl)' i ~ there and not onh half of them and this half coming ~ traggling in luring the fir«t quarte.r. magine the rarltts (( the Am1y straggling in w the 11ame one lw one, all during the firs l period. They just don' t do it. l t tend~ t o s how a poor spi rit and this may lead to somethink wor:;e. E\ ery \\'. P.. man knows what timu the football game starts, or at least E. E. NOTES October 29, 1929 A large plate condenser S being huilt in the el~:c tricnl lnhoraton in nt der to permit the absolute mensure. ment d voltage to one million \'oils or more Tucsrlay, Octoher 29. Proicssor 11 B Hrnith will len'' ' fo r :-Jew York Pittsburg, l'harun, Ponn., Buffalo and Syracus-e on l m sincs~ uf i.htl American lnstilute of P.:lectncal Engineers of which he i.; president. llc will return next Sundar. ~ l r Harc u ~. ':!1, is now in charge of sound recording tor Paramount studios i11 llr;llywoocl. ll! is interested m svn. t.hetic sound pruduction, a process. of taking re nrds ()f all the simple sounds which e11ter into n big production, S\lcb as a mob scene, and combining lhem to pmclute the real effe 't without their ha, inr been nclually such sound. Sc\ eral clj!rtrit al organizu t ions are t onl idcrinu an nch a1we or rn tes pa}' ahle to rullc~e men nex ~ June. he hns plen ty of opportunity to find Oul. t\ t Worcester i e 'h we ha, e nut a large Mudcnt hod\, in f:1ct, it is C(;mparatively small anti e\'err man i ~ needed to cheer ut the openin~ whi ~tle. \'es. even hdore 1l. \\' hen the \Cam t ome~ on the rield we should he able to give it n ~:uod rousing cheer to stnrt it uft right. Those of you wh o were at the start of the J::am~r Saturday know wh:tt a poor showing was m:\dc in C'l1cering during the fil'l;t qu:1rter \\'l l' lllll h clo an) lhing ol out that nuw, llul we l'i\11 prevent it from happening a~:ain. P rr1 f cs~o r ~.1. Adom ~. wlh) i$ on n 1' his Snturda)' wc nre playing No rwir h and h:n e n g v l chance.: to win. lt1'u\') ur ab~encc thill ~ ea r, h a..~ wrillen Let's ha\'c C\'cry man in the ~tnnd ~ ready to d1cer be('ausc there i!o guin~: tu be P rofes~o r Smith, telling of Ycry pleasin~,; work with the l'lew Ent:lnnd l nw. plcnt}' to cheer for. ~upport the te:u11, C \'cr~ onc They n ft~d your lwlp Dvn' l {urget it cr A ~stl 'i ntion in B o~ tnn. The findings of the Carnegie Founrlation. p ubli ~hed lam week ns 11 result of its recent probe into the stntus of athletks o n J\mcrican college campuses, nl though occupying n position in the sc:he headinb's pf nil the doily newsj'apers. cannot be sajd to nnw brought out n new or s tartling re, ela tion to the enllege world. With that calm and bla~ nir suppol!cdly so characteristic or the n\ ern~t: 'ul lege student, he reads the article, perhaps expres: es sutprise that certnin c nl lege$ were put on the Simon pure'' li~t und then s hru~:s. ~ ure, we knew it a ll the time. What of it? ll is noticeable in the list or rapudiatiun ~ which immediately apptared, if newsprint can be relied upon, that, a s is the usuul case with any charge which implies an an ~wer of guilty'' or nol guilly,'' the most emphatic denials came from those most desen ing of the chart;e: that also the denials ramc, not from the athletic department~ or the students in dieted, but from officials whose answers mu ~ t necessarily ha\'c been n~ they were in order to sa\'e their face. lowe, er, this lnst clause of ours is not quite fair, for of course the students could not answer fur th
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