S t a t e College N e w... BASEBALL SEASON OPENS WITH VICTORY IV, No. 25

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S t a t e College N e w s
NEW
YORK
STATE
COLLEGE FOR
ESTABLISHED BY THE CLASS OF
VOL.
IV, No. 25
~~ALBANY,
N. Y.,
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TEACHERS
1918
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BASEBALL SEASON OPENS WITH VICTORY
SORORITIES HOLD BALL AT THE TEN EYCK
MANY ALUMNAE RET U R N FOR D A N C E
N E W S B O A R D F O R 19201921 A P P O I N T E D
The Iiuersofority Ball was held
in the Ten Eyck ballroom, Friday
evening', April 23, from nine to
two. Die ball was another proof
of the great success and popularity
of Slate College dances. Ilarligan's
orchestra contributed greatly to
the pleasure of the evening-.
'flic receiving line consisted of
the presidents of the various
sororities, and faculty members, including Miss Olive Wright, Kappa
Delta; Miss Florence Van Ness,
Eta Phi; Miss Cecil Conklin, Psi
Gamma; Miss Marguerite Kltzor,
Delta Omega; Miss Ethel llogan,
Chi Sigma Theta; Miss lulia
DobriSi Alpha Epsilon Phi; Miss
Florence Fitch, Gamma Kappa
Phi; President and Mrs. Brttbaeher, Dean Pierce, Professor and
Mrs. Ilidley, Dr. Richardson, Professor and Mrs. Hastings, Professor
and Mrs. Thompson, Miss Beitiah
Spillsbury, Miss Elizabeth Cobb,
Miss Minnie Scotland.
With next week's issue of the
"Xews" the following recently
elected .Board for 1920-1921 will
take charge of the paper for the
rest, of this year:
Editor-in-chief—Reginald I!nice,
2I.
Managing Editor—Florence Stanbro, '21.
Business Manager—Edna Loweree, '21.
Subscription Manager — Mary
Whish, '21.
Associate Editors—Ethel fluyck,
'22, Assistant Business Manager;
Mope Persons, '22; Louise Persons, '22; Helen Dangrciuond, '22,
Reporter—Vera Nolan, '23.
According to recent changes in
the constitution of the "News,"
three more reporters from the
Freshman Class and two mors as
sociate editors are to be elected
before June.
(>n Saturday evening, May 1, the
Physical Education
Department
will hold its annual exhibition at
the Slate Armory. This exhibition
will represent the work that the
gymnasium classes have been doing
during the year. The following
program has been arranged:
1. a) Marching', tactics, Krcslinicn
and Sophomores,
b) Marching, advanced tactics,
P. E, major classes.
2. Advanced wand exercises, major
classes.
3, Dances (technique, divertisment),
aesthetic dancing and major
classes.
4, a) Free arm exercises, Freshmen
and Sophomores,
b) Athletic dance.
i, a) Tactics,
b) Free arm exercises (men).
Continued on Page 4
MYSKANIA
GRANTS
CHANGES IN " N E W S "
CONSTITUTION
SAGE PURCHASE BILL
N O W BEFORE
GOVERNOR
Myskania has granted several
desired changes in the "News"
constitution, Some of the more important changes are the omission
of the clause, "reporters shall belong to Press Club;" the provision
for four instead of two Freshmen
on the Board, and the insertion of
changes made by last year's and
I920's Senior Council regarding the
duties of Business and Subscription
Managers. Below is published the
constitution as effective in '.he election of the 1920-1921 "News"
Board, which is announced elsewhere in this issue:
1. The "State College News" is
the weekly newspaper of the College, devoted to the publication of
announcements, the record of College events, and the discussion of
College interests.
a. The publication of the "News"
shall be in control of a board of
editors, composed of an Editor-inChief, a Managing'Editor, a Business Manager, a Subscription Manager, two Assistant Business Managers, Associate Editors and Reporters.
b. The Editors shall be selected
by a competition open to all members of the College.
c. Those students who are competing for editorial appointments
Continued on Page 3
The Sage bill providing for ultimate purchase of the vacant land
between Slate College and the
Albany High School passed the
Assembly April 13 and is one of
the thirty-day bills now before
Governor Smith.
The bill provides for securing options on the land of Mr. J. Fecriey,.
Mrs.G. W, Miller and Mr. G. Y.
Lansing. The options arc to be
secured by an appraisal committee
appointed by the Commissioner of
Education. The amount appropriated for Ibis purpose is $5,500, $5,000 for the option and $500 for the
expense of appraising and surveying the land.
TREE MEMORIAL
PLANNED
A plan, originated by Dr. Brubacher, for planting trees in honor
of the State College heroes who
gave their, lives for their country
in the World War, was^ recently
approved by the Faculty Council.
A commission, consisting of
Professors
Woodard,
Bronson,
Sayles and Burke, was appointed
to select the trees. Professor
Woodard
has
recommended
larches, which are evergreen and
grow quickly.
ft is planned to
plant these in a little grove, one
tree for each person, and to have
a plate inscribed with the names
of those for whom the trees are
planted.
SENIOR-FRESHMAN
B A T E , M A Y 14
DE-
The final debate of this season
will be held on the evening of May
14 in the auditorium, when the
Freshmen and Seniors will debate
the proposition:
"Resolved, That the United
States should intervene in Mexico
for the good of both countries."
The Freshmen will debate for
the affirmative side and the Seniors
for the negative.
Buy the "write" article—State
College pencil—at the "Y" table.
P.
E. E X H I B I T I O N
AT
ARMORY
SATURDAY
NIGHT
STATE WINS FROM ST.
STEPHENS, 20-2
Cassavant Elected Captain
LECTURE SERIES E N D E D
Father Slattery delivered the last
of the series of addresses on Dante
Friday morning. His subject was
"Dante's Paradise." This talk, as
well as those which have preceded,
gave an excellent review of the
poet's works The great amount of
preparation which has been necessary to bring these lectures before
the students is duly appreciated.
During the college year, when so
much time must be devoted to required work, one has little opportunity for gaining knowledge along
these lines. The talks have, in
part, furnished such an opportunity
and in addition have stimulated a
greater interest in Dante.
State opened the season in
baseball at Annandale-on-thc-Hudson last Saturday afternoon, and
overwhelmed the ^t. Stephen's
team by winning to the tune of 20
to 2. Stale was never in danger
of losing the game, as the St.
Stephen's batsmen were unable to
touch many of Johnson's welldirected pitched balls. They scored
only three hits, while State scored
thirteen hits from the St. Stephen's
twirlcr.
Owing lo the wet field the game
was limited lo seven innings. Miller, the first man at bat, was walked
on balls; Sherlock followed him
and also went to first on balls.
Springnianu knocked a nice fly out
into the field, but the fly was
picked by shortstop. Meanwhile,
Miller had made the first run, and
Sherlock stole third base and also
made home, scoring the second run
for State in the first inning.
St, Stephens failed to score in
this inning, Johnson striking out
two men and Shorty (Pep), on
first, putting out the third man by
catching a grounder.
hi the second inning Johnson
scored a run and Miller made a
Continued on Page 4
DR. H A R O L D W . T H O M P SON N E W MUSIC H E A D
Dr. Harold W. Thompson will be
acting head of the music department beginning with the fall term,
according to those interested in
musical circles. He plans to start
two interesting courses in the department, "Chorus Singing" and
" Musical Appreciation." Dr. Samuel B, Belding has been head of the
college music department for more
than 30 years. Dr. Thompson is
organist and choir director of the
First Presbyterian church, conducts
a music page in "The Diapason,"
a musical monthly, and has conducted orchestra and choruses at
College recently.
MOVING-UP DAY SPEAKERS C H O S E N
Myskania has appointed the following to represent their respective
classes as speakers on Moving-Up
day:
Senior—Helen Lcitzell.
Junior—Mary Grahn.
Sophomore—Margaret Kirtland.
Freshman—Josephine Hilman.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS. APRIL 29. 1920.
Page Two
State College Reios
FAIR PLAY TO OUR MEN
Professor I ma Sucker! You re :
member me, don't you? Jones of
the class of '00. Well, well, well!
if tnis isn't a surprise, What arc
you doing here — conducting extension courses?"
" y.yes,—hereafter
all
my
courses will extend entirely within
these lour walls," replied^ Professor
Sucker, in a hollow voice, which
seemed to re-echo from some interior cavity within his bony frame.
" Von don't say so! Gee! that's
too bad. Say, Prof., you was always good to me—-remember? —
flunked mc every year in Psych,
which made me a bricklayer instead
of a prof, I've always been grateful to you for that,— and it seems
that fate has tnrown me in your
way to repay you, Pin a city contractor now, and I'll get you a job
with a salary — not wages like
you've been gctliu', all your life.
Come along, I'll set you on your
feel." * * *
Three mouths later, we see Pror,
Sucker again, late one afternoon,
dressed up in a new pair of overalls, wielding a pick. Alongside of
iiim is a pileof dirt, indicathigastrcet
excavation. A whistle whistles —
a siren sirens. Prof. Sucker lowers
his pick and draws a diamondstudded watch (from which the
price-tag has not yet been removed,! from his pocket.
" H'ni — five already — time to
quit. Ah! James, I see you're on
tune. Yes, home, and on your way
drive past Crabb University. (
want lo see how my erstwhile colleague, Prof.. Ilecsa I'oorfish, is
•progressing in his search for the
psychological reason for the failure
of the abnormally educated individual, known as a professor, to
keep the shorter diameter of his
abdominal circumference above a
minimum of live inches."
.And he sal on the velvet cushions
musing while James collected his
In last week's issue of the
" News," a matter was brought to
the attention of the student body
Published weekly, on Thursdays, which was a surprise to many of
during the college year, by the Stu- us, and which, at lilt same time,
dent Body of the New York State is of importance to our college. The
College tor Teachers, at Albany. matter referred to is that of the
New York.
varsity basketball men not receivThe subscription rate is two dol- ing sweaters mis year, as they
lars per year. Advertising rates customarily do, Tne reason for
may be had on application to the the lack of funds in the basketball
treasury is very evident after one
Business manager.
Articles, manuscripts, etc., must be notes the ligurcs that were quoted
last
week. Our basketball appro
in the hands of the Editor before
Monday of the week of publication. priation was at least $400 loo short,
figuring on the proportionate basis
of last year's appropriation, and
Editor-in-chief,
those of other years. I.low we
Kenneth P. Holben, '20
came to make such an inadequate
Managing J.ditor,
appropriation this year, matters lilElsie W. Hanbury, '20
ttc; the question is how are we going to straighten the matter out
Business Manager,
now?
Ellen C. Donahue, '20
Athletics has clone much to put
Subscription Manager,
State College on the map — and
Bertha West, '20
basketball has had the biggest share
Assistant Business Manager,
in doing the trick. The labors oi
our teams during past years have
Edna Lowerree, '21
been gladly rewarded at the end
Associate Editors,
of the season — do we want to go
F. Reginald Bruce, '21
down on record as having negFlorence Stanbro, '21
lected our duty to Hie men who
Mary E. Whish, '21
worked so faithfully for us all winMarjorie Potter, '21
ter?
Louise Persons, '22
Elisa Rigouard, '22
A very simple and logical method
out of the difficulty was suggested
last week — a reappropriation of
the necessary amount from items
MYSKANIA ELECTION
in our budget where the amount
can he spared. There arc items
To-morrow morning in assembly which have a surplus — more than
the Student Hotly will have a necessary to cover the basketball
Such a suggestion,
hitherto unprecedented opportunity deficiency.
to express its opinion in the elec- therefore, could be carried out; on
tion of two members to next year's a motion before the student body
Myskania. Ballots with places for on Friday morning.
Let us show our gratitude and
two names will be provided and no
ballot containing the same name loyalty to our boys by a unanimous
twice will he considered. This elec- vote in favor of the necessary retion is a new phase of student rep- appropriation. Unless we do, we implements.
resentation and careful thought shall be guilty of ingratitude of the
should he exercised by everyone In worst kind and the fate of baskethis voting. Vote for the two people ball at State College will be sealed. TEACHERS JUBILANT AT
whom you think most deserve this
SUCCESS O F BILLS FOR
honor, not the ones you're afraid
NOTICE!
INCREASED SALARIES
won't be appointed in any_ other
way. Show your appreciation to
ff anyone has copies of the
those people who have State ColSchool teachers who for weeks
lege foremost in their minds as "News"—volume iv—numbers 6 have been conducting a persistent
evidenced by their activities in ath- and H, of October 2.3, 1919, and No- campaign at the capitol in the inletic, social, scholarship, religious vember 6, 1919, will he please hand terest af the Lockwaod-Dpnolute
and other fields. Be fair to your- them to the editor.
bill, intended to provide substantial
self and to the capable members of
salary increases throughout the
the Junior class. The votes will
state,
were jubilant when the SenA PARABLE
be collected by classes and statisate passed the measure with but
tics kept in that way. The usual
one dissenting vote. Supporters of
method of announcing Myskania , Once upon a time i.i a city far, the measure anticipated thai it
members will be followed out on far away in Illinois, there lived a would be passed by the Assembly.
man who could read, write and The only senator to vote in tile
Moving-Up Day, May 27.
Besides, he had some negative was Adon P. Brown, Re. Previous to this election Profes- cipher.
sors Walker and Hutchison will knowledge of Greek conjugations, publican, of Madison.
discuss the Lusk bill now before Latin declensions, neurones, axones,
Under the measure the average
the Governor, preparatory to the and some Tacts in history, fie was increase 'per teacher in New Yorkvery raggedly — baggy city would amount lo $600; Buffalo
Student Body's expression of its at- clothed
titude towards this bill, Professor trousers, run-down heels, ragged and Rochester, $550; Albany, Schecuffs, and his appearance was one nectady, Binghamton, Utica, Troy,
Douglass will also speak.
of deep dejection. By trade he was Syracuse and Yonkers, $450; cities
a professor as you might have of the third class and Mt. Vernon,
guessed before this. For thirty New Kochellc and White Plains,
To the Editor of the " N e w s " :
Most of us have memories of long years, he had dispensed edu- $.350; union free school districts
former Moving-Up Days when we cation at Crabb University, Ka- with a teaching and supervising
rushed around vainly trying to see hoochee, III., and yet he was unable staffs, population over 4,500, $.350;
everything on time. We had to line In's stomach with a decent union free school districts, mainclasses in the morning, then the meal.
taining academic departments (not
Moving-Up Day ceremonies folOn this anniversary of his thirty including villages over 4,500, $.300;
lowed by class stunts. Tt was too years of service at the above-men- common school districts, $250.
late for lunch at the boarding tioned institution, we find him walkhouses so we got an ice cream cone ing along the main street of Kaand went un to Ridgefield. We hoochee with a springy step and JOSEPH HENRY SOCIETY
got back in time for a hurried din- the air of one who has successfully
ner and then came to the sing. solved a long-insoluble problem —
At a meeting of the Joseph Henry
Were we all in? f'll say we were. he was on his way' to the poor- Society Thursday night, three very
Now for a proposition. Why not house. 'As he was about to ascend interesting papers were presented.
on this — the biggest day of our the steps of the building whose in
Margaret Crane gave a talk on the
with mates have little concern about in- physiological effects of the electric
college
year — dispense
classes? By beginning the cere- conic taxes and the high price of current.
Mildred Meserve premonies at nine o'clock we would liver and gasoline, a rough hand sented clearly the topic of precipihave time for everything. Plans struck his shoulder, a cheery voice tation of smoke by electricity. Edare already under way for several struck his ear, and he was whirled mund Osborne presented his topic,
additional features this year. May about face to face with one of 'his "A Trip to Mars," in a very enterwe have time to enjoy them?
former students.
taining as well as interesting manSENfOR,
" Well, if it ain't my old friend, ner, The next meeting will he held
Vol. IV.
April 29
No. 2S
Thursday, May 6, at eight o'clock.
All members are urged to be
present,
NEWMAN NEWS
Officers of Newman for 19201921 are as follows:
President—Katherinc Wansboro,
Vice-president—Elizabeth Carey,
Secretary—Martha Parry,
Treasurer—Louise
Kelly
or
Helen Walsh.
Reporter—Joseph Kaag.
Elizabeth Carey was selected as
delegate to represent Newman Club
at the Cliff Haven Convention this
spring,
'ilie following program was given
at the business meeting April 19:
" Characteristics of a flood
Teacher"— Father Dtinney,
Recitation—Miss Curley.
Piano solo—Edna Manelh.
Reading—Elizabeth Carey.
Use Slate College pencils. They
arc over all pencils.
WHO'S
WHO
The engagement of Bculah 11 mil,
'19, of Smith to will L, l„ to Lt. I.
Ross Collin of Millbrook, X. Y„
was announced at a luncheon given
at Millbrook.
A. national movement by the
American Home Economic Association is on foot to finance a department of Home Economics in
American Colleges for Women in
Constantinople . Thus 'passing on
to Armenian, Turkish, Greek, and
other Eastern girls advantages so
generally enjoyed by girls of
America. The plan is to raise
$6,000 to start the department and
keep it going for three years. The
Eastern Division of the United
Stales is asked to raise $1,800 of
this. II. E. colleges and school-'
have cooperated with this movement, and in answer to this call the
II. E. Department of State College
plans to contribute a worthy sum.
Each student is asked to give 25
cents and each instructor $1.00 or
more. A general meeting of the department was held by Miss Van
Liew, Wednesday, 11:45, al which
lime the students and faculty
pledged their support to this movement,
*
Mildred Roehler, '1.3, who is
teaching at Moorestowu, N. J., has
resigned for next year and will he
in Rochester, N. Y., doing Junior
II igh School work.
Mina Davics, '17, who is teaching at Worcester, N. Y„ has accepted a similar position for next
year in Ithaca, N. Y.
"Y
Charlotte Benedict and Charlotte
Lynch, '22, Alary Allen and
Beatrice Haswell, '2,3, were away
for the week-end.
We sympathize with Helen Reitz,
'20, in her illness.
Dorothea Swartz, '20, was the
guest of Elise Rigouard, '22, Saturday.
Miss Etta Miller of Claverack
spent the week-end with her sister,
Efsa Miller, '20,
i
T
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A fi
Delta Omega celebrated the
thirtieth anniversary of the founding of the sorority with a luncheon
at the Hampton, Saturday afternoon following by a theatre party
at night.
Delta was greatly honored by the
presence of Dr. Leonard W. Richardson, sponsor, and Mrs, W. L
T
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, APRIL 29, 1920.
ock.
Ives, a charter member, at the
luncheon.
Marguerite Rltzer, '20, president,
introduced the speakers:
Jessie Gilford, '20, toaslmistress,
Agues Marshall, " Pioneers,"
Elizabeth Shaver, " Builders."
Marion Moore, '20, "Carry On."
Dr. L. W, Richardson, " Delta
Omega."
The Alumnae present were: Mrs.
W. I, Ives, Edith Wallace, Mrs.
Geo. Con well, Mrs, II. Knapp,
Edith Everingham, Mrs. Wm. Kennedy, Mrs. P. Reimer, Agnes Futtcrer, Helen Odell, Edith Morrison,
Margaret Becker, Bernice Bronner,
Marion Blodgett, Bcrna Hunt, Mrs.
I.„ II. Knapp, Eunice A. Ferine,
Edith Sccor, Effa Van Derzce,
Florence Woolworlh, Ruth Bayer,
Elizabeth Shaver, Anna Gushing,
Edith Thurston, lloriense Harnett,
Mrs. I'ischley, Mrs. Walter Whare,
Marion Blodgett, '17, Margaret
Becker, '19, Bernice Bronner. '19,
Edith Morrison, '19, passed the
week-end at the House.
Dorcn Sttrbbs, brother of Florence Stubbs, '20, passed the weekend in Albany.
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Eta Phi enjoyed its annual luncheon at the I lampion Saturday
afternoon and an informal party
at the House Saturday evening.
Dorothy Bachcllor, '19, Edith
Chandler, '18, Theda Moshcr, '16,
Doris Quinn,'16, Lillian ( l-'arnham)
Andrews, ex-'IO, and V'erua McCann, 'IK, were week-end guests
of Eta Phi.
Louise Perry, '21, spent Sunday
in Troy.
Helen Weber of Kingston visited
Beth Oshorn, '20, mi Sunday.
Esther Cramer, '21, was a guest
at luncheon at the House Sunday
evening.
Georgia Koch, '22, spent the week
end with Margaret Meyer, '-'-'.
t
Wiliain McLean, of Rochester
spent the week-end in Al'bany as
the guest of Amy Clublcy.
Robert Fredericks of New York
and John Osborne of Chester were
the guests of Kalherinc Ball and
Alice Briggs last week-end.
Psi Gamma entertained at an' informal house party on Saturday
evening.
X 2) 0
Chi Sigma Theta welcomes Miss
.Anna I''. Teiupany as a faculty
member.
Among the alumnae who were
with us fur .the week end were
Belle Divine, '15, Eleanor White,
'16, Margaret O'Connell, '17, Mary
Kinsella, '18, Mildred O'Mallcy, '18,
Ailcen Russell, '19, Laura Gorman,
'19, and Magdalena Andrae, '19, _
On Saturday afternoon an informal tea was given at the .Lodge
in honor of our Alumnae and freshmen. Our faculty members attended.
Katherine Me( iarrahau, '21, and
Elizabeth Carey, '22, were dinner
guests at the Lodge during the past
week.
Belty and Margaret O'Connell
were guests of honor at a dinner
party last Saturday evening.
Alice Clear entertained several of
the bouse girls at her home, 1.38
(iraild street, recently.
An informal house dance was
held last Saturday evening. Miss
Teuipany, Mrs. Stanton and Miss
Carmody acted as chaperons.
Florence Degnan and Margaret
Vangura attended a theatre party
last Friday evening.
GOOD CLOTHING
FRESHMEN PRESENT
"SCHOOL DAYS"
HATS and SHOES
That sure was pretty rosy the
way those freshmen carried out
their stunt Friday, March 19th,
when they presented
"School
Days." In the dignified garb of a
school ma'rm, we hardly recognized Julius Fiscits, who succeeded
in keeping the school in order.
After Helen Bookheim sang the
opening song, " We're Frcslimen,
Hut Just for a While," Joe llillinan as Lizzie " blew in " and
created a little excitement, A trio
composed of Georgiana Bergh,
Marjory Sennett and Joe, playing
tikeleles, sang, "We're a Happy
Family." This met with much applause. Helen Hughes as a win
some cherub recited "Miller Up a
Tree." Louise Kelly and "Marg."
Sennett sang " Baby Doll," Then
Elsie Leonard and Florence Dorsey, not to be outdone, told about
the different kinds of blues with
which freshmen are troubled. MrCafi'erty, Riley, Marion McCormack, McFarlane, Johnson, Edna
llarly and Queen Homan .aided in
creating occasional laughs, The
sketch ended with the snug "A
Lillle Bit of Green."
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23 So. Pearl St.
Cotrell & Leonard
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CAPS, GOWNS, and Hoods
Broadway, Albany
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259 Central Avr.
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Hats
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POSITIONS
SECURED THROUGH
MR. S A Y L E S
SCHNEIBLE
PHARMACY
ON
COLLEGE
CORNER
Baker, Marion, Clicm. and Biol.,
Glen Cove, L, I.; Banner, Dorothy,
Chemistry, Beacon, X. Y.; Beale,
Marion, English, Herkimer, ,\\ V.;
EYRES
Crumb, Geraldine, Domestic Science,
Lansingbiirgh, N. Y.; Green,
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Gertrude, Drawing, Delhi, .\'. V".;
SAY IT WITH F L O W E R S
We are glad to welcome Marion
anbury, Elsie, Eng. ami Biol.,
Clitic. '23, Elmina Ctirrie, '23, and 11
Pawling, X. Y.; Higland, Mildred,
Mary G. Smith. '23, as pledge memLat. and Fr,, Greenwich, X. Y.;
bers.
Ilogau,
Ethel, French, Watcrtown,
Hubert Balme of Clark Mills was
WARREN & CO.
Y.; Ilofmann, Louis, I. E. and
I he week end guesi of his sister, X.
Drawing,
Glpversvillc, X. Y.; JackManufacturing Jewelers
Sybil Balme.
sou, Acidic, Latin, East Hampton, 108 Fulton St.
New York
X, Y.; Lewis, Alice, Eng. and Lat.,
2 X K
Woodbury, X. J.; Masson, Louis,
CLASS PINS RINGS FRATERNITY
Mabel Gage, '21, spent the weekEMBLEMS
end at her home in Johnsonville,
Kolin I lager, '17, who substituted Math, and Physics, X. Tonawanda,
Luella Clark, ex-'21, Edna Chap- as French instructor in the absence X. Y.; Meserve, Mildred, Math, and Makcra: Eta Phi, Kappa Delta, Pai Gamma
pell-, '19, Mildred Oatey, '!'>, and of Professor Simouiu, is now head Com. Work, E. Hampton, N, Y.J
Clara Holder, '19, spent the week- of the Foreign "Advertising Depart- Pearsall, Hazel, Com. Work, [slip,
ment at the General Electric L I.; Quiglcy, Anna, Com. Work, JOHN T. D. BLACKBURN
end at the Douse.
Maniaroneck, L. I.; Ritzer, MarKappa Delta held her annual lun- Works, Schenectady.
The members of Sigma Nil Kappa guerite, Eng. and Biol., E. I lampcheon at the Hampton Saturday.
Retail—COAL—Wholesale
ion, X. V'.; Kanncy, Marion, Fr.
enjoyed
a
social
evening
at
the
Mrs. Kirtland, Mrs. York, Miss
and Lai.. Johnstown, X. Y,; Ryan,
Principal Office and Docks
Pierce and Miss Cobb were the home of Edmund Osborne, '22, 363 Marcella, Science, Chatham, X. Y.;
honorary members present. Ada Hudson avenue, on the Wednesday
Sccurman, Emily, French, Excel- 129 Water Street
Tel. 998 Main
Edwards, '05, Mrs. Keaue, '10 following vacation.
Richard O'Brien, '20, spent the sior, X. Y.; Schwartz, Dorothea,
(Mary Dcnbou), Esther Trumbull,
French Ridge wood, X. J.; Smith,
'11, Isabel Knapp, '12, Mrs. de week end tit his home in Mechanic- Miriam, French, Maniaroneck, N.
GENERAL DISPLAY
Beer, '13 (Ann Boochevcr), Mar- villo.
Y.; Springinami, Edward, P. E. and Gas and Electrical Appliances
guerite Stewart, '17, Edna ChapI. E., Middleton, N. Y.; Stewart,
pell, '19, Clara Holder, '19, Mildred
Mary, Com. Work, Rockville CenK S I'
MUNICIPAL GAS CO.
Oatey, '19, Dorothy Roberts, '19,
"Artie " Woodward, '18, and ter, N. Y.; Stacker, Louise, Lanand Luella Clark, ex-'21, repre124 State Street
guages, N, Tonawanda, N. Y.; Van
"
Red
"
Sutherland,
'19,
were
in
Olive R,
sented the alumni.
Xcss, Florence, English, GreenOur Aim — Your Satisfaction
Wright, president, acted as toast- town last week end for Inter- wich, X. Y.: Van Nostrand, Louise,
mistress. Dorothy Baker gave the sorority ball.
Congratulations to " C a s s " Lo- History, Amsterdam, X. Y.; Vcdtoast for the freshmen, Clara KnickGIRLS .
dcr, Lovisa, Eng. and Hist., Ravena,
erbocker
for the sophomores, gan, ex-'lS, whose engagement to
"
P
o l l y " Pollock, 'IS, was an- X. Y.: Winter, Margaret, Lan- w h o like mathematics will find
Margaret Crane for the juniors,
guages,
Philadelphia,
X.
Y,;
WendMarjorie Bryant for I he seniors, nounced last Saturday. The wed- ling, Marie, English, Onconta,
the position of
Dorothy Roberts for the alumnae ding is to lake place this June.
X. Y.; Hartwell, Madeleine, Com,
and Miss Cobb for the faculty.
Work, Sayvillc, X. Y.; Rooncy,
COMPTOMETER OPERATOR
The
Golden
Mean
Ethel, English, Rockville Center,
The following alumnae attended
A certain English mayor, whose
X. Y.: Bcveridge, Mary, Biol, and interesting and profitable.
the ball, Friday evening: Elizabeth period
of office had come to an
Skinner, cx-'17, Marion McDowell, end, was surveying the work of the Alg., Salem, N. Y.; Mackcy,
Ask us about it.
ex-'lS, Edna Chappell, '19, Clara year, "1 have endeavored," he said, Talitha, Languages. Montrose, N.
Holder, '19, Mildred Oatey, '19, with an air of conscious rectitude, Y,; Woolscy, Harriet, Phys. Ed.,
Dorothy Roberts, '19, and Luella •'lo administer justice without Bergen, N. Y.
Comptometer School
Clark, ex-'21.
swerving to partiality, on the one
Mr. W. P. Doughty
hand, or impartiality, on the other."
To make a lasting impression in
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St.
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your note books, use State College
"Well, Rastus, 1 hear you are pencils,
Psi Gamma welcomes as pledged
members Queen Homan, Glciman working again. What business arc
NORTHWESTERN TEACHERS'
MYSKANIA GRANTS
Easman, Grace Maguire, [-Catherine you engaged in?"
"I'se done be engaged in de
CHANGES
Shipman and Marion Deyo.
AGENCY
Continued from Page 1
We arc glad to have Miss Spils- minin' business, sah,"
"What kind of mining are you shall be designated "Reporters,"
Largest in the West
bury living with us at the House.
doing?"
Until appointed editors, they shall
Free Enrollment
Among the alumnae who re"I'se doin' kalsominin', sah."
have no vote in determining the
turned for Inter-Sorority Ball were
conduct
of the paper.
BOISE,
IDAHO
Doris Sweet, 'IS, Nina Johns, '18,
d. The competition shall be conHe—"Can I dance with you?"
Alta Sahler, '18, Ruth Lambert, "19,
ducted as follows:
She—"You may try."
and Cordelia Haight, '19.
Page Four
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, APRIL 29, 1920.
1. S t u d e n t s of all classes may
STATE WINS!
oftcr themselves as candidates by
C o n t i n u e d from P a g e 1
submitting their n a m e s to the Editwo-base hit to center field, Phafftor-in-Ciucf c a n y in t h e first semko m a d e the first run for St.
e s t e r ot' each year, A request for
S t e p h e n ' s in this inning.
c a n d i d a t e s will be printed a t that
In the third State made eleven
time in the " N e w s . "
runs. S p r i i i g m a n n ' s home-run, with
2. Candidates will then be asbases full, was the feature of the
signed to do spccilied w o r k ; those
game, i t was made when he was
w n o wish <to compete for business
at
bat
the
second
time,
St,
m a n a g e r s h i p u n d e r t h e direction
S t e p h e n ' s second and last run w a s
of the Business M a n a g e r , and the
made in this inning by Colwell.
o t h e r s under the direction of the
Slate m a d e three more runs in
M a n a g i n g Editor.
I he fourth and seventh innings,
3. In May of each y e a r at least
while St. S t e p h e n ' s nine, a l t h o u g h
five of the S o p h o m o r e s will be
knocking out little Hies or g r o u n d chosen, on a strict basis of merit,
ers, failed to make any more r u n s
' t o 'permanent positions as A s s o owing to alert and almost e r r o r l e s s
ciate Editors—provided, however,
playing of S t a t e ' s nine.
that at no lime shall the Board conState's first h o m e game will be
tain more than five Seniors, six
with W o r c e s t e r P o l y t c c h n i c a ! I n J u n i o r s , four S o p h o m o r e s and four
stitute at Kidgelield on May 7
Freshmen,
W o r c e s t e r has a line team and a
4. F r o m the A s s o c i a t e Editors,
hard g a m e is expected, but with
w h o are m e m b e r s of the J u n i o r
J o h n s o n ' s good arm and Miller's
Class, the Editor-in-Chief, the Mannever-failing milt at home we'll
a g i n g Editor, the B u s i n e s s Manlook forward to a n o t h e r victory.
ager, and the S u b s c r i p t i o n ManT e d Cassavanl, '21, was elected
a g e r will be chosen each y e a r by
Captain of the team just before
v o t e of the Editorial Board.
they went on (he diamond. S c o r e :
5. Krorn the Associate Editors,
S t a t e College
w h o arc m e m b e r s of the SophoA.B. R, H . O . A, E .
m o r e Class, the A s s i s t a n t Business
Miller, c
4 2 2 10 1 0
M a n a g e r s will be chosen in May
Sherlock, ss. . . . 2 3 1 2 1 0
of eacii year by a similar vote.
Massou, If
4 2 I 1 0 0
6. Choice in each case will be
S p r i n g m a n n , cf.
. 3 2 2 0 0 0
d e t e r m i n e d by the records of serLobcl'cll, rf
1 3 1 0 0 0
vice for the paper.
N a l h o r n , lb
3 2 1 8 0 0
7. Records of service rendered
Cassavant, 3b. . . . 4 I 2 0 2 1
by. each individual of their staff
Nicholson, 2b.
. . 4 2 1 0 0 0
will be kept each year by the EdiJohnson, p
3 3 2 0 4 0
tor-in-Chief, the M a n a g i n g Editor,
and the Business Manager, accordTotals
28 20 13 21 8 I
ing to a system of p o i n t s which
t h e y t o g e t h e r shall d e t e r m i n e .
St, Stephen's
(S. T h e s e records will be preA.B. R. [-I.O. A. E.
served by t h e Board from year to
Craig, 3b
3 0 0 1 0 0
year.
Colwell, ss
3 0 1 2 2 0
c. T h e Editor-in-Chief shall h a v e
K.iclcl, lb
2 0 0 7 0 1
g e n e r a l supervision of the publicaPhaffko, cf
3 I 0 0 0 0
tion of the paper, shall determine
Lyte, If
3 0 0 0 0 0
its 'policies and he responsible for
Laugdon, rf
3 (I 1 (I 0 0
its expressed opinions.
l i e shall
Cowling, 2b
3 0 1 0 0 1
write, or personally assign to be
lloelliug, c
3 0 0 10 1 4
written, the editorials of the paper,
[-[owes, p
2 1 0 I 5 1
f. T h e M a n a g i n g E d i t o r shall
have general supervision of the
Totals
25 2 3 21 S 7
" m a k e - u p " of the paper, shall direct the Associate E d i t o r s and the
T
w
o
base
hits—Miller,
Johnson.
R e p o r t e r s , plan and assign the
[-Tome r u n — S p r i n g m a n n .
Stolen
w o r k of each week, and be responbases—State,
19;
St.
S
t
e
p
h e n s , 1.
sible for the printing and proofStruck
o
u
t
—
J
o
h
n
s
o
n
,
9;
Ifawcs,
7.
reading.
Base on balls—Slate College, 11;
g. T h e Business M a n a g e r shall
St. S t e p h e n s , 2.
Double play—
conduct the finances of the paper,
Sherlock, H a t h o r n . U m p i r e — A n n shall direct ihe A s s i s t a n t Business
strong. Time—2.05.
M a n a g e r s and' those R e p o r t e r s ass i g n e d to him by the M a n a g i n g
Editor.
h. T h e Subscription
Manager
shall supervise the mailing list each
week, correct alumni lists to date,
a n d direct the competition
for
Subscription M a n a g e r .
P. E. E X H I B I T I O N
Continued from P a g e 1
c) A p p a r a t u s exercises (men and
women).
6. Relay race, F r e s h m e n and Sophomores.
7. D a n c e , Patriotism, entire P h y s i cal Education D e p a r t m e n t .
S t u d e n t s will be a d m i t t e d on their
b l a n k e t tax cards, and those who
d e s i r e tickets for Friends, and did
n o t receive them in A s s e m b l y on
F r i d a y , can secure t h e m at the
g y m office. T h e middle section of
t h e g a l l e r y will be reserved for the
F a c u l t y , All students w h o are to
take part arc requested to come at
7:30 on Saturday, to be r e a d y to
m a r c h in p r o m p t l y at eight o'clock.
R e h e a r s a l s will be held in the
A r m o r y at four o'clock on T h u r s d a y and Friday,
Charles M. Wincheiler, President
Campbell Cnrrinuton, Seer elary
Ernest A. Barvoets, Vice-President
Edward C, Carrington, Treasurer
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