State College News EXTENSIVE PLANS FOR SENIOR BALL CHANGES IN MYSKANIA SUGGESTED

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State College News
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YORK
STATE
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VOL.
IV. No. 27
COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
HY T H E CLASS O F
1918
ALBANY, N. Y M MAY 13,
$2.00 PER YEAR
1920
EXTENSIVE PLANS FOR SENIOR BALL
CHANGES IN MYSKANIA SUGGESTED
SENIOR BALL TO BE
H E L D IN ARMORY
Change
Made on Account of
Anniversary
Last week's " N e w s ' ' made the
.,„ '» "''•'"'Saniiouncemcnl thai the Senior hall
I , f- ' / w o u l d he given al the Vhieeutian
w(
"H<iInstilute.
However, after a convincing talk by Dean H o r n e r in
"T",
class meeting, Friday m o r n i n g , the
class voted to hold this big event
I L J , at the A r m o r y .
I he Alumni
Association
are
planning <m the return of t h r e e
t h o u s a n d alumni.
T h e r e will he
many of this number who will
/ /
want to attend the dance, and
many more who will want to be
spectators.
Furthermore,
the
guests of the g r a d u a t e s and the
;—/, v "
u n d e r g r a d u a t e s must be taken care
of.
Considering thai so large a
number is expected, the Vincentian
"A ••,
Institute would he loo small to
. .-' / " , a c c o m m o d a t e it.
The
Alumni
Association
has
pledged itself to buy al least live
hundred bids, although it e x p e c t s
In sell many more. T h i s gives to
I >
the Senior hull committee the
necessary hacking for a big undertaking.
T h e committee has already s t a r t e d elaborate plans so
I hill the affair will he a success in
every way. T h e r e will he b o o t h s
for the different sororities, and
fraternities, and the alumni.
Seniors a r e urged to sign up Immediately for dance o r d e r s . T h e
alumni assessment
will he one
dollar. T h i s entitles each person
to a p a p e r p r o g r a m without t h e
leather covers.
If any a l u m n u s
desires the leather dance o r d e r s ,
he should write to the c o m m i t t e e
immediately. ( T h e s e bids are $4.)
F u r t h e r information in r e g a r d to
I he ball will he given when t h e
i—.
plans for the affair are completed.
' )
The Commencement
program
will begin this y e a r on Friday,
j
, t
June IS, with the usual Class D a y
l i t '< Pt'ogTSim.
Gertrude
Green has
!
-J c h a r g e of I his. O n Friday even,}. 'I
ing the special meeting for the p u r "''-'
A
pose of celebrating the seventyj
fifth a n n i v e r s a r y of this instituContinued on page 4
n,
$4
1A^p"
1
"ARMY AND NAVY"
SHOW FOR B E N E F I T OF
CHILD'S HOSPITAL
Spanish P r o g r a m
State College S t u d e n t s in Cast —
Kolin I l a g e r T a k e s Leading
Roll
T h e " Army and \ ! a v y " show,
which promises to he the largest:
production ever presented in Albany by Albany talent, has its
cast of principals and choruses
about
complete.
This
patriotic
and musical spectacle will he given
May 17, IS and 19, al llarniautis
lileecker hall, for the benefit of
the Child's hospital.
Rehearsals
are being conducted daily will) increasing interest on the pari of the
participants, board of m a n a g e r s of
the hospital and the official staff in
charge of the p e r f o r m a n c e .
From
a registration of 250 which was
taken al ttie first meeting in the
T e n liyck, the n u m b e r t a k i n g pari
has now g r o w n to more than 700.
T h e i bird luncheon fur I he leaders of the g r o u p s , official staff and
hoard oi m a n a g e r s look* place rccenlly al the City club, 113 Slate
street. .Among the new announce
illculs of principals are Kolin
Ilager, who has the leading role
of J a c k Xorton, full back in I he
navy and son of I be rich Senator
Norton, one (if the leading chara c t e r s in the s t o r y ; J o e Nolan,
widely known in .Albany for his
clever
work
in minstrels and
variety e n t e r t a i n m e n t s , w h o will
lake (he part of the full back of
tilt football team a n d second lieu
lenaul on the battleship " F l o r i d a . "
A m o n g the g i r l s ' i n the choruses
Continued on page 4
REGISTRATION
Ou Monday and T u e s d a y , M a y
17 and IS, the Dean will register
all college s t u d e n t s expecting to
come in the s u m m e r
session.
Blanks for regish'STtoTT m a y be
ecured from the R e g i s t r a r ' s office.
As part of the seventy-fifth anniversary
program,
Herbert
C.
Hinds," of t h e Class of 1900, h a s
consented to give the convocation
address at the c o m m e n c e m e n t exercises.
M r . H i n d s is now a
c l e r g y m a n in Cleveland, Ohio.
Regent Adelbert Moot has also
accepted Dr. Brubacher's invitation
to be one of the A n n i v e r s a r y D a y
speakers.
Planned
Only two more days before one
of the biggest events of the season
will lake place in the college g y m
ai 7:3(). A l t h o u g h this is given by
Hie Spanish club, il is open to all
students of the college.
Just a
few r e m a r k s c o n c e r n i n g the prog r a m will be sufficient to insure a
good lime. T h r e e costume dances
accompanied will) s o n g s will be
given by some of the dancing girls
of Spanish club.
Miss Card will
give a Spanish dance in costume
also, T e n or twelve of the faculty
m e m b e r s of the college will present
a very a m u s i n g stunt representing
Spanish historical characters. Professor Decker will be master of
ceremonies and will introduce the
characters as they appear.
Come
prepared to hear about the best
and the worst, for the gypsy
fortune-teller will be there in ail
her glories to give glimpses of the
future,
Refreshments
will
be
served, and ice cream will be on
sale. IT: sure to get a ticket today or t o - m o r r o w from any mem
her of the Spanish club "at the
reasonable
price
of 25 cents.
Everybody come and enjoy a good
PROPOSED MYSKANIA
CHANGES
T h e m e e t i n g for the consideration
of the reorganization
of
Myskania was called by the faculty
Monday, .May 10, al 4:30 o'clock.
Dr. H a s t i n g s is c h a i r m a n , and the
o t h e r m e m b e r s of the committee
are
Professor
York,
Professor
Risley, Professor W a l k e r and Dr.
" \v. Very few m e m b e r s of (he
dent body were present, but
the proposed plan was read to
those present.
If this plan is adopted, il will
take effect in t h e fall of 1920-21.
Hy this plan the faculty will have
no voice in the election of MysContinued on page 4
te
OVERCUTS
List to be P o s t e d M a y 14
ANNIVERSARY DAY
SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED
T h e Dean will post a notice Friday, May 14, of s t u d e n t s who have
ovcrcut a c c o r d i n g to the records.
T h e s e s t u d e n t s will be give!: the
week from May 17 to M a y f $ l to
present satisfactory cxplanafibn to
the Dean d u r i n g office hour.5. I n '
the absence of satisfactory explanation s t u d e n t s will be dropped
from the classes in which they are
ovcrcut on Monday, M a y 24. No
further notice will be given. Stud e n t s a r e u r g e d t o give this m a t t e r
p r o m p t attention.
MOVING-UP DAY
PROGRAM
SPANISH CARNIVAL
SATURDAY NIGHT
DR. BRUBACHER TO
ATTEND CONFERENCE
AT WASHINGTON
Dr. B r u b a c h e r will a t t e n d the
National Citizens Conference on
Education which will lie held at
W a s h i n g t o n , D. C , May 19, 20 ami
21.
T h e g e n e r a l subject of the
Conference
is
"The
National
Crisis in Education and How to
Meet I t . " A m o n g t h e s p e a k e r s a r e
Hon. J o h n H. Finley, State Commissioner of E d u c a t i o n , and H o n .
T h o m a s E. F i n e g a n , S t a t e Superintendent of Public Schools.
I.
II.
II.
V.
V.
en is.s
assemblies.
1. Freshmen, main hall, near
Room 101.
2. Sophomores, main hall,
ticaf'"' Room 111,
3. Juniors, basement, east
end.
•1. Seniors, basement, west
end.
Ch iss processional to audi
torium.
An dkoriitm,
1. Alma Mater.
Class speakers.
a. Senior.
b. Junior.
c. Soph.
d. Frosh.
3. Awarding of letters.
a. Girls.
b, Men.
•\.
Presentation of Senior
class gift to College.
5. Acknowledgment by Dr.
I.lruhacher.
d. Senior president's address,
7. Moving-tip.
8. Choosing of new Myskania.
class
line-up
Re cessionalj
along walk.
Ch tss slums on Campus.
1, Formation of class numerals
.US.
Conlinucd on page 4
WORCESTER T E C H
DEFEATS STATE
T h e Slate College nine lost its
first home game in baseball last
Friday
afternoon
at
Ridgelield
park.
State failed to score a run, as the
p i t c h i n g of Hunt, and fielding of
t h e players, was too much for t h e
S t a t e nine. Nevertheless, the old
S t a t e College lighting spirit was
evidenced t h r o u g h o u t t h e g a m e ;
and we have good reason to be
proud of a team who fought so
earnestly, and played so hard, as
did our nine at last Friday's game.
Next Saturday State meets Mass.
A g g i e s at A m h e r s t . M a s s . Aggies
were beaten by W o r c e s t e r Tech,
earlier in the season. State is out
practicing hard every d a y for
t h e y ' r e out with a vengeance.
NOTICE TO
REPORTERS
It is requested that all r e p o r t e r s
for the " News," both club r e p o r t e r s and those on the " N e w s "
board, have their material in the
" N e w s " office by 9 o'clock Monday m o r n i n g .
ft is absolutely necessary to conform to these regulations in o r d e r
that the " N e w s " m a y come out
on T h u r s d a y .
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 6, 1920.
Page Four
day and S u n d a y with her parents,
Mr. and M r s . G e o r g e Curric of
Amsterdam,
K A 1'
Ralph
Kloody, c x - ' l 8 , visited
college this week, l i e expects to
return for s u m m e r school.
Forrest Case, cx-'lS, w a s in town
for the week-end.
Ken llolhen, '20, was a guest at
a house p a r l y in Cdhoes last
week-end.
Jack Carson, cx-'20, is teaching
near Moriah, N . Y.
" DcWcy " Townserid, 'IS, visited
college Monday.
T h e alumni are planning an informal dance at the Albany Yacht
Club, May 21.
K .A
T h e Kappa Delta house girls will
be at home to their friends at 380
W e s t e r n Avenue.
T h e new ' p h o n e n u m b e r is W e s t
3470-W.
Olive W r i g h t spent the weekend at her home in Cambridge.
Kate Gage was the guest of her
sister, Mabel, oyer the week-end.
We welcome into full membership! Caslella 1 Iocs, ' 2 1 ; Pauline
George, '22; H o p e Persons, '22;
Twybill Purely, '22; Helen Vollchcr,
'22; Doro'lhy Baker, *2,3; Delia
lladscll, '23; Helen l.eary, '23;
Emma
Littell,
'23;
Katherinc
Sauter, '23.
A E 'I'
Alpha Epsilon Phi is glad to welcome as pledged m e m b e r s Fannie
Schulman, Rose Yaguda,
Anna
N'achman, Fannie Leper and Helen
Beriiheimcr.
Hilda S t r i s o m e r was the guest of
her sister, Helen, d u r i n g the past
week.
Julia Dobris entertained the girls
at her home on C a w n r i d g e Avenue.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Miss Bennett will attend the
meetin- of the .Physical Directors
Society of the Capitol District,
which will be held at the Skidmore
School of Arts, S a t u r d a y ,
T h e regular m e e t i n g of the Physical Education Society was held
in the g y m n a s i u m T u e s d a y evening, April 27. After the business
meeting, E d w a r d S p r i n g m a n n gave
an explanatory talk on baseball.
T h i s was followed by practice,
both men and girls t a k i n g part.
Baseball practice was held on the
c a m p u s F r i d a y afternoon at 4:15.
Hereafter, notices for regular practice will be posted,
W a t c h the
bulletin b o a r d !
HOOVER
Continued from Pugu 2
l i e favors universal
physical
training through e x t e n d i n g the
w o r k of .such o r g a n i z a t i o n s as the
Boy Scout movement, l i e does not
favor military training u n d e r the
supervision
of
army
officers,
Hoover, as well as General Wood
and o t h e r s of the candidates, s t a n d s
ior a budget system,
iiis attitude toward socialism is
sociologically sound,
lie regards
it as a European t h e o r y of despair
caused by caste and economic
w r o n g . O u r social organization is
entirely different
from
that of
E u r o p e , for we have a s y s t e m of
open classes which is the basis for
equality of opportunity. W e need
not fear socialism,
l i e h a s said:
" My emphatic conclusion is thai
socialism as a philosophy of posable hiiman application is banknipt.
Ilc favored the League of Xations though his own conception
of
... ,. .eaguc was far m o r e simple
than that of President Wilson.
Mr. Hoover has handled big jobs.
W e need a man of good c o m m o n
sense and fearlessness as t h e head
of our nation for I be next four
y e a r s . W e should bo glad that Mr.
H o o v e r will consider a nomination,
l i e is not looking for personal
h o n o r ; he does not care for party
politics — he still wauls to serve.
is m o t t o may well have been
" Live pure, speak true, right
wrong, follow the king —
Else, wherefore b o r n ' ' "
A friend of Hoover's has said:
" H o o v e r has succeeded because he
would never touch an e n t e r p r i s e
t h a t did not appeal to his imagination as a great constructive job.
l i e has always wanted to do things
in a new way, and he won't b o t h e r
witli a n y t h i n g else. And when he
is set to solve such a problem, he
invariably comes back with a plan
that scores little men to death by
its comprehensiveness and t h a t d e lights big men by its imaginative
appeal and its sound c o n s t r u c t i v e
vision," T h e United S t a t e s has a
g r e a t constructive j o b on its h a n d s :
il appeals to Mr. H o o v e r ' s imagination. Let us give him the chance
to work !
L. V., '20.
Charles M. Winchester, President
Campbell CarrinHton, Secretary
Emeu! A. Barvoeln, Vice-President
Edward C. CarrinHton, Treasurer
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An informal house dance was
held Friday night. T h e decorations
were purple a n d gold.
S a t u r d a y m o r n i n g the underclassmen
surprised
the seniors
with a May breakfast. Yellow and
white, the senior class colors, prevailed in place cards, flowers and
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