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ALBANY,
PLEASE RETURN!
COLLEGE CALENDAR.
WEDNESDAY: 4:40, Y. W.
C. A. Meeting; 8:15, Lecture by Prof. Zeublin in
Auditorium.
THURSDAY:
Promethean.
FRIDAY: 9:00, Class Meetings; Springfield Y. M. C.
A, vs. S. C, T., Albany
High School Gym.
MONDAY: 9:00, Mid-year
exams begin.
R.
P. I. D E F E A T S S.
HOCKEY SQUAD.
N.Y. JANUARY
C.
Owing lo the snow and rain of
the last 1'cw weeks, which was
followed by a warm spell, the
hockey squad was unable to use
the new skating rink.
Practice
was held during this time in the
gym and an unusually large number joined the squad for a tryout.
Last Saturday afternoon, however, the ring being in fairlygood condition, the squad began
its outdoor work.
There were
enough men present for two
teams and a lively practice game
and stiff workout showed that
the indoor I raining of the men
had proven a success. Coach
Hubbard expressed his approval
of the way in which the squad
band'ed themselves on the ice.
The defense trip, consisting of
the I.oLdell brothers and Zcilman. was on the job, and few
plays succeeded in piercing their
line.
On Saturday, J a n . 13, the
hockev squad went to T r o y
and played the R. I'. I. varsity.
'! ji« panic was a very interesting one to watch" and was much
closer than the score of 4 : 0 indicates. T w o of T r o y ' s goals
were flukes. T h e playing of
L a (irys and Cassavant featured for the State College
sev-en;
January 17th the squad will
phi) the West Point team on the
army rink. This is the first long
trip for the hockey team.since its
founding in 1915.
There is
great hope for the establishment
of hockey as one of our major
winter sports, as we have all the
prerequisites necessary for its
success in the future.
The first home game now on
the schedu'c is with R, P. I, on
February 24th, but it is hoped
that, with the support of the
student body, home games may
be had with Williams, Mass.
fast, of Technology, Colgate and
the Springfield Y. M. C.'A. College.
G. W, C, Capt,
T h e following books have
been missing from the History
2 and 3 reserve shelves in the
Library since the dates mentioned :
A d a m s , Civilization, Jan. 3.
Adams,
Growth
of
the
French Nation, Dec. 5.
Eni.crton, Mediaeval E u r o p e ,
Nov. 17.
Fiske, Discover}'- of America,
vol. 3, Nov. 17.
Fiske, New France and N e w
England, Nov, 17.
Howard; Preliminaries, Nov.
281
YORK S T A T E COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
17,1917
DR, E L E A N O R V. N . V A N
ALSTYNE SPEAKS TO
GIRLS.
Gives Good Advice.
T h e following is a brief out
line of the main points of a talk
made by Dr. Eleanor V. N.
Van Alstyne before the girls
of I he College last Friday
morning.
Hygiene — care of the person a n d ' g e n e r a l method of living so as to avoid disease vs.
sanitation which deals with
environment.
Principal causes diminish resistance to infection :
[ Exposure to wet and cold.
2 Fatigue.
3 Insufficient and unsuitable
food.
4 Vitiated atmosphere,
^ W o r r y and excess of all
kinds.
('1 Alcohol.
Condition consequent upon
neglect:
1 Auto-intoxication,
Headaches.
Anemia, second and p r i m a r y .
Vertigo.
Phvsical
and mental inefficiency.
Appendicitis.
Simple means of treatment
and prevention :
a E v e r y b o d y should drink S
glasses of water each day.
V e r y important, although
disregarded,
b E a t bulky foods,
c T a k e plenty of exercise,
d Diet.
1 Avoid excess of meats,
sweets and condiments.
Cmtliiiiiftl mi Vtiuc, !t
YEAR
"Hoodoo" Followed Team On Trip
Purple and Gold Loses Both
Games in North
T h o s e who arc inclined to be
superstitious are pointing to
the record of the State College
basketball live and to the various " h a r d l u c k " games which
have recently been lost as
proof conclusive t h a t the team
is " hoodooed."
And surely
the g a m e s played here in Albany against St. L a w r e n c e and
Niagara
universities,
which
,
T h w a i t c s , France ill A m e r ica, Nov. 8.
T h e question arising is t w o fold:
First, W h e r e ' a r e the
bonks?
and second, and no
less important, Where is our
student honor?
$1.50 PER
PLANS MADE FOR
JUNIOR WEEK.
Junior Tells of What Is Coming.
Examinations are coming,
but so is Junior w e e k !
Remember, all you ir)i8ers, to
reserve three dates in your eng a g e m e n t book, February 1st,
2nd and 3rd. T h e horrors of
mid-years will be over then,
and you will welcome t h e
chance to re-create yourself.
Junior
week!
W e have
heard about it ever since we
first came to S, C. T., and we
have been told, " You will only
be Juniors once, so remember!"
Now that we a r e
J u n i o r s let us say that, while
we have enjoyed the process of
development immensely, we
have no desire to evince our
devotion to our College by remaining Juniors for another
year.
So let the slogan be
" now or never," but let's leave
the " never " off.
T h e Junior reception will
take place in the gym, T h u r s day, February 1st, a preliminary " warming u p , " as it
were, for Friday night, the
Prom.
Confess
it
now!
Haven't
you t h o u g h t
and
dreamed about that Prom, at
least once a year since you
came to college?
And you
simply can't afford to miss it,
for you will never have ano t h e r chance to attend it as a
Junior.
S a t u r d a y night we plan to
hold our Junior banquet, and
ask a n y of the Class of 1917 if
their banquet was not exactly
as successful as their Prom.
Another thing you must not
miss, for not only is it to be a
" r e g u l a r " banquet as far as
menu is concerned, b u t you
will enjoy the toasts given by
your classmates.
Rumor h a s
Vnnliiiuril nn Pnijn 3
were lost in the final minutes
by only a few points, uphold
that contention.
On top of
those experiences now comes
the northern trip ". with unprecedented " hard luck."
Clarkson Tech Wins, 41:27,
T h e team left Friday morning, J a n u a r y 12th, for Potsdam. This village is situated
in the far north of the State
and the men were on the road
from six-thirty in the m o r n i n g
until about five at night. After
these ten hours of continuous
travel the men were in no
shape to play.
When they
took the floor against t h e
Clarkson
Tech
five
they
seemed to have lost all life and
" pep," to use the technical
term.
T h e g a m e w a s very
T h e umpire, though
rough.
impartial, was very lax, and
this gave the Clarkson men a
decided advantage, since they
were much heavier and better •
accustomed to I he r o u g h , style
of game.
Nevertheless, t h e
State College, men held their
opponents even in the first half,
after which the Tech men drew
By half time they led
away.
with a score only 2 2 : r 7 .
In
I he second half the Purple and
Gold rapidly fell behind. Captain Jones was about the only
man to play up to the usual
standard.
H e played an excellent floor g a m e t h r o u g h o u t
and scored three baskets from
the field. T h e contest ended
with a score of 4 r : 2 7 in Clarkson's favor.
T h i s score is a
much better one than that of
last year, when State College
lost 48:ifi.
The score:
State College.
P.P.. P.P. T.P.
S. Fitzgerald, r.f....
3
7 73
Goevvcy, l.f
2
o
4
Peckham, c
r
o
2
Jones, l.gj-c
3
(i
fi
.Miller, r.ff
1
Hohaus, l,g
0
Totals
Clarkson Tech.
Carroll, r.f
Mac Dona Id, l.f. .
Barclay, c
Simmons, r.g, . . .
Thompson, tig, ..
Morrison, r.f. . . .
Crowley, l.g
FJ{.
r
0
7
4
1
0
o
2
o
27
T.P.
4
2
23
2
8
iS
Totals
is
5 41
Played at Potsdam, X, f, Date,
Jan. 12. Referee — Sisson, Dartmouth. Timer — Hubbard, S, C.
Scorer — Penrsall, S. C. Time of
halves — 20 min. Score at half
time — 22:17. Final score — 27:41.
PatfeTwo
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, JANUARY I?, 1917
mav be. The player should remember that he is-dealing with
an'expert and an authority. A coach -an adhieve results.-only
when he is in complete control, and the recent suspension of one
No. 14 of the men by Mr. Wachter is proof that he is the boss and that he
January 17, 1917
Vol. I
is here to do business, which means that he will get the best
.Published weekly, on .Wednesdays, during .the college year, by .the ..Com- efforts possible out oT our team, Mr. Wachter continues to hold
mittee on Publishing a College Weekly Newspaper, Class of 1918, New York the full-confidence of the students, and he-may rest assured that
State College for Teachers, Albany, N. Y.
The subscription rate is one dollar and a half a year. Advertising rates they will continue to support the team with the same enthusiasm
may.be had on application. Articles, manuscripts, etc., intended for publica- so far shown this season.
tion must.be in the .News Sox before Saturdays of the week preceding
publication.
The following, quoted from the local " Times-Union," explains
"The Committee on~ Publish ing "a College Weekly Newspaper, itself:
Class of 1918.
WHITMAN'S EXTRAVAGANT ECONOMY.
Alfred E. Dedicke, Fditor-in-Chief
Subcommittees
The State College for Teachers, an institution nation-wide )n
Editorial Committee
Committee on Finance
influence and reputation, is facing a crisis because of the "exAlfred E. Dedicke
Lillian G. Magilton
travagant economy "of Gov. Whitman's famous budget.
Jos. A. Walker
Committee on Mveftisinn
Estimates of the-school expenses for next year have been cut
Committee on Subscriptions
Stanley Hcnson
to -pieces by the Governor's experts, the cut in the salary
schedule alone amounting to. more than $20,000. Instructors
r, ., A ..
Henry L. Oreenblatt
D
who have been led to expect an increase in salary, men with
r f ' y ArSm
Alfred E. Dedicke
Committee
on News
degrees of doctor of philosophy and years of experience, now
Mildred McEwan
Committee
Circulation
KathrynonCole
Stanley
Hcason
working at salaries lower than $1,500 a year, are discouraged at
Mildred McEwan
Eloisc Lansing
Henry L. Grecnblatt
the outlook, and threaten to resign.
Kathryn Cole
^Kathryn Cole
The cut in this budget is 16 2-3 of the entire amount, the wholeElrnetta Van Deloo
Committee onCarloons
Ray Townsend
sum amounting to $27,780, $20,555 being cuts in salaries. The
Maud Rose
Benj, Cohen
-cost of printing last year was $1,354 and $1,32$ was asked this
year. Tt has been cut to'$6o0, yet the catalogue alone cost $900.
This .is the second time, cuts'.havc been made in the appropriaTHE " N E W S " WILL NOT BE PUBLISHED DURING
tions for education. Not a single cut was made in the appro"MID-YEARS."
priations for education during the previous administration.
If economy must be employed — and no one has a monopoly
Owing to the suspension of all college activities the "State
College News" will not be published during the time taken up on this reform — why exhibit parsimony in the matter of educaby the mid-year examinations, The next number will appear on tion? The same care was absent in the matter of salaries in
the second 'Wednesday in February. We wish to appeal once other departments, Is politics to rule in the selection of these
more to all delinquent subscribers for the subscription price due cuts?
Why jeopardize the future of the College by niggarly approus. We based this year's budget on the number of promise-toipay blanks we had and all of them will have to be taken up if priations? The increases asked for should be carefully scanned
we are to meet all bills against its. Wc wish all would under- and if deserved should be granted. Economy might be employed
stand and appreciate the situation, for we feel sure that if they in the purely political positions with more propriety.
Don't stifle education. Don't sacrifice the future of this Col.did they would make a greater effort to pay.
lege on the altar of political expediency.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
A Weekly Journal
T H E COACH IS THE BOSS.
So much comment is being made among the students regarding the unfortunate incident that recently happened in connection with the basketball team, and so many seem misinformed,
that we think it advisable to speak a true and impartial opinion
upon the matter. In doing so wc naturally regret that it was at
all possible for such a thing to happen and especially at this
stage of the game, when co-operation and good will are. most
essential for a successful team. We are disappointed and somewhat grieved to find among the greater lights of our basketball
men examples of absolutely abominable spirit, but since they
exist, we are ready to face the situation squarely.
Mr. Wachter fills his position as our basketball coach, because
he is an expert. For nearly twenty years he has played the
game of basketball. During that time he was first an amateur,
then a "semi-pro.," and finally a full-fledged professional, becoming as such one of the world's best players. It late years he
has been a successful coach of college basketball. We are mentioning these facts merely to show once more that the man who
coaches our team knows the.game and is well fitted to judge the
faults of any player, therefore it' seems hut natural that the
students of the College expect of the players, for whose benefit
they have engaged this expert, that they willingly listen to his
advice and that they follow it to the 'best of their ability.
Considering the fact,tthat the men have heretofore never-had
what can be called strict coaching, the general behavior of the
squad under the new regime i- - " 'hat can ibe desired. Nevertheless,
it is rather unpleasant to kn
1 t a few breaks have occurred,
and especially the latest iiu
, t is discouraging. We will not
here take up any specific case nor deal in personalities. Rather
will we treat the matter from an entirely impersonal point of
view as a question of the relation between coach and player.
Coach Wachter. we repeat, is an expert. While we are not s a y ing that his judgment is absolutely infallible and while we are
refraining entirely from expressing any opinion concerning the
present controversy, yet we hold that each player must bow to
his coach decision, no matter how unlike his own judgment it
A MID-YEAR REFLECTION.
" A man who will be dishonest in examination will be dishonest anywhere else," the writer heard a State College student
remark the other evening, just how much truth d o e s this
statement 'imply? Is the student who, working under tremendous strain, sees rising before him the spectre of possible failure
and avails himself of an opportunity to use some one else's
brains liable to be found a liar and a cheat in his business and
professional dealings in after life? One hesitates about answering frankly in the affirmative. There are many extenuating circumstances under which a student who yields to the temptation
to crib may bc_ almost entirely forgiven.. Over work, lack of
sufficient rest, illness, may bring about such a nervous state,
that, under high pressure, one may resort to devices, that under
less strained conditions, would be absolutely abhorrent to him.
_ ft cannot be denied, however, that the man who, under any
circumstances, allows himself to cheat once will find it far easier
to resort to the same means in another examination. As every
student of psychology knows, the execution of any action automatically produces a tendency to reneat that action with less
mental resistance than was overcome in the first time. Crib
once and you will certainly find it easier to do it again. Keep on
yielding to this temptation through your four years of college,
and at the end of that-time, if you haven't been detected and expelled, you will have laid the foundation of dishonest thinking,
which is bound to show itself in dishonorable actions and relationships in your professional life.
_ When you go'into your mid-year examinations next week, go
m resolved to sec them through with an honest conscience. Try
to enter in as perfect physical and mental condition as you can
possibly command. This will render your own resources most
available and minimize the temptation to appropriate someone
elses
If you are forced to meet failure, face it fairly and
squarely If you arc obliged thereby to spend an extra year in
college, face that fairly and squarely, too! At least be able to
say as you go forth into the world, " What I have, T earned."
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, JANUARY 17, 1917
ST. LAWRENCE WINS,
24:23.
S a t u r d a y file men, after a
good rest, traveled to Canton,
N, Y., where they opposed the
live of St. Lawrence University. T h e team went there resolved to do their utmost to revenge the defeat at the hands
of .the tip-state five earlier in
the season in Albany b y a
But for some
..score-of 24:21.
exceptionally " h a r d l u c k " and
some decidedly partial refcreeing they would have done so.
However, u n d e r the circumstances the best they could do
was to force the St. Lawrence
aggregation
into an
exlnl
period game, the score at the
end of the second half being
tied at. 23:23. T h i s score hint.-;
at the close struggle through;
out.
T h e State College met]
did not succeed in g e t t i n g together d u r i n g ' t h e first half and
were held without a field
basket. On the o t h e r hand, St.
Lawrence also found the defense of the Purple and Gold
s o m e w h a t of a puzzle, and owing to ".Big h'itz's" steady
shooting from the foul line the
up-state live had a lead of only
8:5 when the whistle blew for
the first half to c.m\.
Coewey
..had been taken out of the game!
on account of four personal
.fouls committed.
It was in the second period;
that the real fight took place.:
T o open this half St. Lawrence
scored a basket.
Captain
• Jones, playing at
forward,
scored from the field and immediately afterward Fitzgerald,
gained a n o t h e r point from the
fold line. Score 10:8.
After
several minutes of the fastest'
kind of basketball St. Lawrence advanced two points'
more on a long shot from the
field, bringing the score to L2.:S
in the home team's favor.
\ot
a half minute later I'eclcham,
the State College center, tallied
a basket and llohaus, who was
playing in J o n e s ' place at
guard, tied iiie score for the
Purple and (iold with a quickshot. Score 12:12. Fitz then
came through with another
shot from the foul line, giving
State College the lead.
The
lead was now held first by fine
team and then the other until
a'bnut two and one-half minutes before the second half
ended, when the score was a
tie, 20:20.
T h e n Fitz, who
never had shown better form
in foul shooting, scored again
on a free trial, and on tiie next
play " Honey " Miller followed
with a sensational basket from
the center of the floor. Guernsey then shot a foul, and with
only a few seconds to play Osgood, the St, L a w r e n c e guard,
m a d e an impossible shot which
dropped through the basket
Dr. Van Alstyne Speaks to Girls
just as the final whistle blew,
Continued from page t.
i t was the fltikicst kind of 'a
basket, but .the score was tied,
2 Avoid fried foods.
23J23,
3 Avoid over eating and
T h e extra five minutes of
haste in eating.
play was marked by close
4 E a t simple foods,
g u a r d i n g and partial rcfcrccr Baked and boiled
ing.
No field baskets were
foods.
scored. No fouls were called e -Exercise.
on St. Lawrence, although
1 Avoid pastry, pies and
some were committed openly.
late suppers,
St,
Lawrence
had
three f Economical with heart beats.
chances from the foul line and
1 Each heart beat = raisNoble made one of them count,
ing a
2-lb.' weight
thus winning the game for his
through one foot.
team by a score of 24:23,
a Avoid s t r o n g emotions,
T h e score:
especially anger, susState College.
I'M!. I'M'. T.I'.
picion, jealousy
and
S. Fitzgerald, r.f. ..
r 1 r 1,3
hatred;
Goevvey, l.f
0
0
0
b Early retiring.
Pockhaiii, c
i
0
2
Jnnc.s l.jvl.f
2
0
4
1 At 10 o'clock inMiller, Kg
1
o
2
stead of 12 saves
11 ohrms, l;g
1
0
2
876,000 ft. lb. a
year.
Totnls . . .
23
2 One-half hour daily
St. Lawrence.
I'M!. I'M'. T.
rest saves 219 lbs,
Noble, r.f
a year.
Guernsey, l.f. ..
3 Pest one-half day
Doiiiher, c
Reynolds, r.g. .
Sunday, saves 500,Sanders, l.g.-c.
000 ft. lbs.
Church, l.g. . . .
c Have eight hour sleep at
Osgood, r.K. ..
least.
Totals
9
6 J-|
T o insure restful sleep after
Played at ('anion, X. Y. Date, hard s t u d y :
Jan.
13,
Referee — Gockley.
1 Walk in the open.
Timer— I lublinrd, S. C. Scorer —
I'carsall, S. C. Time of halves —
1 Deep breathing.
JO1 111:11. Score al half lime — 5:8, 2 Cup of hot milk.
I 'in a I score — 23:24.
3 W a r m bath.
4 Co to bed in a well ventiState College Plays Springfield
lated room.
Y. M. C. A. College Friday
Bathing:
Night.
1 Cold
plunges or
shower
daily; good for vigorous
On Friday night . late Colconstitution.
lege will play one of tiie fastest 2 Sweat per capita.
New Fngland college teams,
a T h r e e to four
liters
Springfield, who will he the. opdaily.
ponent, recently was defeated 3 Cold plunges prevents
by Dartmouth by only three
r Vericosc veins.
points on D a r t m o u t h ' s lloor,
2 Hemorrhoids.
Everybody should see thi.-,
game.
CONSUMERS' LEAGUE.
Plans Made for Junior Week
Continued from pane 1.
T h e recent campaign
for
new m e m b e r s in the Conit that t h e , toastmastcr is to s u m e r s ' League resulted in a
be
v—, well, come and s e e ! victory of the Gold over the
T h a t ' s all for now.
More Purple Ford automobile, run
later! Don't forget! February by .Marguerite S t e w a r t and
1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Your committee.
Sixty new mem" m e m o " book will not be bers were obtained by the
complete without some souve- Golds and forty-six by the P u r nirs of these three occasions.
ples. T h e losing side will give
I UNTOP,.
a party to those who won in
the campaign and the entire
League sometime in the future.
PROMETHEAN.
A meeting of the Promethean Literary Society will be
held in the auditorium T h u r s day evening, J a n u a r y 18th. At
this
time
nominations
for
president and
vice-president
will be made. Think this matter over carefully and be prepared to nominate the best
possible m e m b e r s tr fill these
responsible
positions.
The
program will be on Dickens
and will include readings and
music.
Styles
Page Three
FORRENCE'S LYCEUM
QUARTETTE.
An entertainment for t h e
benefit of the College memorial
will be given in the College
Auditorium M o n d a y , F e b . 5,
1917, at 8 P . M.
Forrence's
Lyceum Q u a r t e t t e has been
engaged and an attractive program is assured. A desciption
of this q u a r t e t t e will be found
on the 'bulletin board.
Over
one hundred students arc selling tickets, thus anyone desiring' tickets will have no difficulty in securing them.
As
this is a worthy cause there
should be a large attendance.
Defy
"Jack Frost"
and wear a
Spalding
WDJP Sweater
Bis, warm and comfortable, with a high collar
thai covers the cars when
turned up. Beit worsted,
with a pocket on each side.
Price $8.50
Catalogue on request.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS, mo,
52 State St., Albany, N. Y.
"Your friends can buy anything
you can give them except your
Photograph."
College Rates $3.50 per dozen
and up
Reference the Senior Class
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cording
secretary,
Berthii
R e e d y ; corresponding secreT h e College Department of tary, M a r g a r e t Becker; treasH. E. will cooperate with the urer, Hildred Griffin; news
Times-Union this week in fur- reporter, Delia R o s s ; critic,
nishing a judge for the letter Carolyn Bennett,
Louisa V e d d e r is ill at h e r
writing contest on pure foods
for housewives of this vicinity. home.
M r s . Dunlap, an a l u m n u s of
Miss Eva Wilson will act with
Mrs. E d w a r d Cameron, of the Delta, n o w residing in S p r i n g
W o m a n ' s Club, and Miss F r e e - Valley, visited College last
man, of the city Y, W . G. A., week.
in chosing t h e three best; letters, t h e a u t h o r s of which will
COLLEGE CLUB.
receive some prize of worth.
T h e meeting of College Club
Each afternoon a demonstra- of J a n u a r y t2th was postponed,
tion will be given by M r s . as the speaker, Professor York,
E r o d i n g and t w o college stu- was very anxious to hear a lecdents will assist her. Some ture by D r . Fosdick, who w a s
day d u r i n g this week M r s . a former classmate of his at
E r o d i n g will be at the College Colgate.
Professor York will
t o talk to. J u n i o r s and Seniors speak at t h e next meeting, the
on the commercial side of time of which will be anH o m e Economics.
T h e edu- nounced later.
cation of t h e public t h r o u g h
general lectures and demonY. W . C. A.
strations is fast becoming a
valuable phase of this work and
T h e weekly meeting of the
a new field for the trained Y. VV. C. A. is an important
woman.
one and should be well atT h e delegates of the
T w o new books in the H , E . tended.
Library of exceptional interest Student V o l u n t e e r s will give
and value are C o m m u n i t y their reports at this time.
Arithmetic, b y Brenelle H u n t , Miss V e r n a McCann has been
and Rural Arithmetic (with appointed chairman of the A s sociated N e w s Committee to
a n s w e r s ) , by T h o m a s .
fill t h e place of Miss Louisa
Vedder, who h a s left College
D E L T A OMEGA NOTES.
because of illness.
T h e first meeting after exT h e following officers have
been elected for the second aminations will be a recognition meeting of all t h e memsemester:
President, Marion TClodget; bers which have joined this
vice-president, E d i t h R o s e ; re- yea'r.
H. E . N O T E S .
Did You Try Our Home Made Candy Made Fresh
Every Day — Alio Full Line Of Lowney's,
Schrafft's and Bell Mead Sweets
DONNELLY & HANNA
The Drugghtt
SCHEDULE —FIRST
Hi'u J-lo-Foot Clothiers
73 Stale Stwe».
Alkiny.NY
ESSEX LUNCH
The
Restaurant
favored
College
students
Central
Neckwear, Hoisery,
Shirts, S w e a t e r s
and Gloves
by
Dawson's Men's Shop
Avenue
2 blocks from Robin Street
2 5 9 Central A v e .
Near Lake
Avenue
T H E WEST
John J. Conkey
NEWS DEALER
Cigars, Candy a n d Stationery
E N D GROCERY
GEORGE KORETZ
470
WASHINGTON AVE.
TELEPHONE W . 2 S 3 4
For Material for those dainty
PRINTING and DEVELOPING
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
CAMERA FILMS
COLLEGE LUNCHES
call on
THE GUARANTEE GROCERY
N. Y. Pbon. Weil 3973
A. L. HAMES
111 Central Ave. near Lexington
S E M E S T E R 1917.
Unless a course be scheduled by name the examination in that
course will be given according to the hour of recitation.
2 P. M.
Monday, Jan. 22, 9 A. M.
English 2
English T
German 9 •
Education 2
Math. 2
2 P. M.
Tuesday, Jan. 23, 9 A, M.
French 1
English 10
Spanish 1—Latin 4
Math, i
Education 1
Math. 3
Wednesday, Jan. 24
1 ;55 classes Tu. Th.
i;55 classes M. VV. F.
1:55 classes M. VV.
1155 classes Tu. Th. Fri.
Thursday, Jan. 25
9:20 T. Th. S.
9:20 classes M. VV. F,
9:20 T. Th.
9:20 classes M. W.
Friday, Jan. 26
10:15 T. Th. S.
10:15 classes M. VV. F,,
10:15 T. Th.—10:15 Tuesday
r0:15 classes M. VV.
10:15 T. Th. Fri,
10:15 classes VV. F.
Saturday, Jan. 27
German 2
Philosophy 2
Bus. Ad. r
Philosophy t
Physics 1A
Latin 1
Monday, Jan. 29.
n :io classes "VV. F.
1 r : i o classes M. VV. F .
r r ; t o classes M. W .
T u e s d a y , J a n . 30
1 :oo classes M. VV. F .
I :oo classes M. VV.
W e d n e s d a y , J a n . 31
2:50 classes M. W . F .
251 CENTRAL AVENUE
Formerly Harvith'i Drug Start
2 1 5 Central Ave.
EXAMINATION
Up-to-Now
EUGENE SISSON
CAMERA FILMS SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
PRINTING A N D DEVELOPING
A SPECIALTY.
H. MILLER
LADIES' A N D GENTS'
TAILOR
Cleaning, Repairing and Pressing
SPE<":AL PRICES TO COLLEGE STUDENTS
207 CENTRAL AVE.
2 DOORS ABOVE ROBIN
H. E . P R A C T I C E H O U S E .
On J a n u a r y 29th t h e Practice
[louse will be opened.
Five
girls will live here t w o weeks
at a time.
T h e y a r c to run
the entire house, p l a n n i n g t h e
work, cleaning, cooking, planning meals, b u y i n g food and to
s t u d y t h e diet.
T h e y will
practice ways of saving labortime.
291 Central Avenue
Near Euex Lunch
VALENTINE
Favors
Post Cards
Decorations
R.F.CLAPP.JR.
7 0 North Pearl St.
Branch: COR. STATE AND LARK.
Students — B u y Your CANDY at our
Branch
11:10 classes T. Th. S.
n : i o classes Tttes, Thurs.
PRICE, SERVICE AND QUALITY PRINTERS
'
1 :oo classes Tu. Th.
'
sYJa.Q classes T.
;:5o classes T,
2:50 classes M. W.
2:50 classes W. F. •
Thursday, Feb. 1
'
12:05 classes M. W.
. '
li 5 classes T.
12:05 classes M. W. F.
Friday, Feb. 2
CONFLICTS.
Note—Report conflicts to the 0 fficc of the Registrar
Friday, January 12th.
Th,
Th. Fri,
Vrinters
of Stale
College ZACews
Th.
HAMILTON
PRINTING
COMPANY
before 9 A, M,
2 4 0 HAMILTON STREET
A L B A N Y . N. Y
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