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VI.
No. 4
COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
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ALBANY, N. Y.,
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OCTOBER. 10,
1918
1921
$3.00 PER YEAR
Announcement of Pedagogue Board
T h e m e m b e r s of the 1922 P e d a g o g u e are as follows:
Editor-in-chief, Aliec O ' C o n n o r .
Business manager, lithe! kilty ck.
Subscription manager,
Frances
Slilson.
Literary
editors,
Helen
Van
A'ken, Alice Clear, M a r g a r e t Kirtla'nd, Catherine Pelt/..
Art editors, Gladys T h o m p s o n ,
Marion llumter.
|ol<e editors, Catherine Drury,
A n n a O'Neill.
i'holograph
editors,
Augusta
Isuapp, .Margaret Meyer, Robina
Moore-Smith.
Athletics editor, Eunice Kice.
Advertising
managers,
Lelaud
Foster,
Lela Cackner, _ Katliryn
Merchant, Margaret Smith.
['acuity adviser, Dean Harlan II.
I loruer.
FRESHMAN - SOPHOMORE
GET WISE MEETING
T h e S o p h o m o r e class gave the
class of '25 a glimpse of her genius
as avenger of broken rules and
traditions at the. "get-wise " party
last Friday evening, til the college
gymnasium.
T h e first part of the evening was
given over to the persecution of
the Frosh. T h e lights were dim
and wierd, and stumbling blocks
placed at convenient intervals prevented all possibility of escape,
Electric shocks were applied to
some of the victims, while o t h e r s
were painted with a s t r a n g e mixture of paint and glue. After a
number of Frosh had been forced
to eat skinned grapes, under 1 -the
impression they were their ancestors' eyeballs, they were requested
to provide e x t e m p o r a n e o u s entertainment for their fellow sufferers,
such as solo d a n c i n g and hair d r e s s ing.
At 8:30, Vivian Hart, '25, and
Grace Aronowitz, '23, came forward, and, as a material result,
d a n c i n g began.
At ten o'clock,
four devoted subjects of King Jazz
made a noisy entrance, found their
way to the orchestra, and 1 joined
its ranks. T h e a u g m e n t e d music
was the peppy variety of jazz in
which the players dance and sing
as well as play. T h e last dance
was a medley affair, for the new
jazz orchestra played a resume of
every thing given that evening.
This is the first a p p e a r a n c e the
new orchestra has made, and, as a
surprise clement, it added g r e a t l y
to the evening's e n t e r t a i n m e n t .
T h e g y m was decorated in yellow a.nd white, and the banner of
the Pilgrim Class held the place of
honor, safely out of
freshman
reach, i c e cream and cake were
served cafeteria style from a long
white bar at the end of the g y m .
Miss Pierce, Mr. and M r s . Suavely, Dr. Croasdale, and D r . E v a n s
were
the chaperons.
Dorothy
J o n e s , '24, was the c h a i r m a n of the
committee on a r r a n g e m e n t s .
QUARTERLY
ANNOUNCEMENT
T h e first issue of Q u a r t e r l y will
appear in November. T h e Quarterly is the literary magazine of
State College, a n d it aims to publish tlic best stories, poems, and
other articles s u b m i t t e d by Slate
College students, as well as to present the literary life of other colleges through its e x c h a n g e s . Members of tin- F r e s h m a n class as well
as upper-classmen are urged to
hand in material which they would
like to appear in the Q u a r t e r l y .
Any manuscript
will reach the
Q u a r t e r l y if addressed State College Q u a r t e r l y and mailed in the
college mail box. Material for the
first issue must be in not later tha'n
Friday, October 28. T h e Q u a r t e r ly asks your cooperation.
INTERCLASS
BASKETBALL
SCHEDULE
TO T H E PACIFIC IN
80 DAYS
Da e
TEAMS
Oct . 14
Juniors vs. Freshmen
Oct . 17... .Juniors vs. Sophomores
Oct . 19
Seniors vs. Freshmen
Oct 21. .Sophomores vs. Freshmen
Oct 24
Seniors vs. Juniors
Oct
Oct 2 8 , . . . . . . . . S e n i o r s vs. Juniors
Oct 31
Juniors vs. Freshmen
Nov . 2....Seniors vs. Sophomores
\ o \ . 4..
Seniors vs. Freshmen
No\ . 7 . . . .Juniors vs. Sophomores
Nov . 9,. Sophomores vs. Freshmen
11 y this you may assume that we
did not go by train — and going
by train is the last way a true
nature lover would choose after he
ha.- had a taste of the true western
way of doing it, by auto and camp.
Of course it means that one must
be willing to put up with a few
inconveniences (hardships there are
none I, live a bit gregariously, cat
bully beef and bilked beans on occasion, and join the r a n k s of the
unttibbcd. Rain one need not fear
after he reaches the real West, and
as for rattlers, we're rather inclined
to believe that such do n o t exist.
We, at least some m e m b e r s of our
party, wanted to collect one, but
the most exciting adventure of
which we could boast was that of
being held up by a bear, a very
lame little beast' of Yellowstone
Park, that had somehow discovered
thai by standing in the middle ol
the m a d on bis bind legs he could
e x t r a c t a bit of sweet chocolate
from the tourists.
By D r . Gertrude E . D o u g l a s
FACULTY NOTES
FRESHMAN
NOMINATIONS
T h e following n o m i n a t i o n s were
made for F r e s h m a n officers at the
first- F r e s h m a n class meeting held
on Monday. O c t o b e r 3rd. T h e s e
n a m e s will be voted upon Monday,
( I c t o b e r 17th, at 11:45, in the college auditor in in.
I'resident:
Crawford, Robert Matthew
Furniaii, Kathleen Elizabeth
H o r n i n g , H e r b e r t Karl
Is i n l a n d , Helen.
Vice-president:
Brahb, l l c r m i o n e
Hart. Vivien Rosalie
Landrigan, K a t h e r i n c
Rude, H a r r y William
Thompson, Frances Dorothy.
Secretary."
Reagan, Marion Loiselle
Schi-adcr, Elizabeth Marion
Wilson, Gladys Elwell
Feiiner, H a r v e y C h r i s t o p h e r
Lainberton, Emilie J o h a n n a
l.andon, Floyd E l t o n
.Murray, Mary Elizabeth.
Reporter:
Brabb, H c r n i i o n c
E c k c r s o n , Beulah Marion
Howell, L e a
Walker, J e r n i n c H o p k i n s .
Dr. A. R. Brubacher will give an
address before the Stale Federation
of W o m e n ' s Clubs at liulTalo, on
W e d n e s d a y evening, l i e hopes to
meet a committee of State College
Alumni of W e s t e r n New York at
this time, of which Miss .Margaret
Christ, 'IN, is president. Plans are
being made for a large. State College dinner to be held in linflfalo
at the lime of the annual convention 'if the State T e a c h e r s ' Association to be held November 21-23.
Last year Ibis affair was held al
Rochester. About forty g r a d u a t e s
were present as well as three m e m bers of the faculty, Dr. Ilrtibacher,
Mr. Sayles and Mr. Decker.
You would have been amused, I
aui sure, bad you been in Ithaca
on the morning of J u n e 15 and
had
watched
the packing
of
H e n r y , Henrietta (by which you
can probably guess their pedigree)
and the Hectic, an Essex - c a r .
Plant presses, provisions, duffle of
all descriptions literally covered
P r o f e s s o r Wicgand's back yard. A
m o r e hopeless sight you could not
have imagined!
With the kind
liel]i of friends and neighbor- it
did get in — or o n — s o m e h o w and
t h e r e was a little space left for
the passengers. I stress the somehow, because two or three experiences of cleaning from the Beetle's
Professor Riley addressed the
teachers of Ulster County at K i n g s - •kitchen mixtures of cocoa, sugar,
coffee, j a m , and honey taught us
ton, last Friday.
to pack in a more scientific manDr. Painter has passed the crisis
ner thereafter.
in his illness and is daily improvAt nine, Cornell colors Hying, we
ing.
It is not definitely known
were off toward our land of advenwhen be will be able to return to
ture.
It was our plan to reach the
college.
W e s t as soon as possible and escape the heat, dust and showers of
Miss Futtcrcr gave readings at
the plains. In spile of many deRome last W e d n e s d a y .
tours (of not exactly billiard table"
T h e convocation will be held in
quality) from the Lincoln highthe Education Building, October
way, we reached Cheyenne by J u n e
20-21, T h u r s d a y and Friday. At that
29, with a running time of t w o
time Dr. Frank P i e r p o n t Graves
weeks. YVe were in consequence
will be installed as Commissioner
ill W y o m i n g , trying to keep w a r m
of Education and P r e s i d e n t of the
at night tinder three blankets ami
University of the Slate of New
all the clothes we possessed, while
York. An h o n o r a r y degree will be
o u r friends were sweltering in the
conferred upon Dr. J o h n Finlcy by
terrific July heat of the E a s t and
the Board of Regents.
pitying u s ! From that time on wc
were destined to have cold nights,
A m o n g the speakers will be PresTn o n e d a y the t h e r m o m e t e r
ident L o t u s Coffman of t h e Univerd r o p p e d from 94 degrees at noon
sity of Minnesota, Professor Alexto 44 in the early morning. At
ander Tnglis of H a r v a r d School of
C
r a t e r Lake we had ice in camp
Education, and Baron Kocff of the
and oil the glorious forth of July
Russian L e g a t i o n . '
we boasted of a temperature of 60°
T h e college students are invited
at midday.
,
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to attend all o f the exercises when
possible. .
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HALLOWEEN NOVELTIES
QREETINO CARDS
Ufanljtagtmt (&\U tyap
There has been some talk about
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 10
College concerning those people
3 p, m.
who sidestep different musical acALBANY, N.Y.
French Club Meeting.
tivities, These people have talent
QPEN E V E N I N G S
P H O N E WEST 1 3 3 8 W
Published weekly, during the col- and they beg to be excused, saying
" Oh, 1 have too many studies to . TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11
lege year, by the Student Body of
3 p, m.
the New Vork State College for attend to, without attending chorus
practice, or orchestra rehearsal, Y. W. C. A. Meeting—Auditorium, Home Cooking Restaurant
Teachers, at Albany, New York.
etc,; etc,
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The subscription rate is three dolWEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12
Now, you people who have been
M M . I. A. Altheitar
lars per year. Advertising rates shirking, let's see you step out with
S p, m.
may be had on application to the the others. If you have musical
Press Club Meeting.
Formtr
cook
at Stat* Colttf Caftfria
business manager,
talent, tise it by all means. The.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14
, {.Articles, manuscripts, etc, must College Orchestra, Girls' Glee Club,
2 8 9 CENTRAL AVENUE
11:35 a. m.
be in the hands of the Editors be- and Men's Chorus offer you every
Student Assembly.
fore Thursday of the week of pub- opportunity .to learn the beauty of
music
anil
the
value
of
musical
In8-12 p. m.
lication.]
terpretation,
K A 1' Informal Dance—Gymnasium.
Editor-in-Chief,
Moreover, don't be a slacker
Louise D. Persons, '22
when we sing at Chapel exercises.
We Bake the Best
I f you feel that you arc not a
Managing Editor,
CONCERNING
COEDS,
Galli-Curci or a John McCormack,
Hope D, Persons, '22
OUR BREAD A SPECIALTY
ED. SAYS:
ai least hum the songs over to
Business Manager,
yourself. .If you merely feel the
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North
Lake Ave.
Albany, N. Y.
Alice O'Connor, '22
spirit of our college songs it will Gee, Louie,
help you to study harder and play
Subscription Manager,
Do you think I look green?
the " game " better at State,
Ethel Huyck, '22,
Neither do 1. But, gosh darn these
vanrps-in-the-bud! About a do/.en
Assistant Business Managers,
COME TO
a day they bawl me out for
times
Grace Pox, '23
not saying "I lello" to -some memEdith Sanders, '23
ber of 'the penalty committee or put
Associate Editors,
me out of a seat in the rotunda—
MINERVA OBJECTS
Robert MacParhuie, '23
you know what a rotunda is, Louie;
EIra Williams, '2?>
it's, a sort of—well, you know what
Vera Nolan, '23
School boards, backed by the it is. Anyhow, the frcshies aren't
supposed
to sit in the rotunda;
Reporters
eternal vigilance of the I high School
I got somethin' funny to tell you,
Dorothy Be'nnit, '24
"profs," prevent boys from smokLouie, The other day I got stalled
Doris Butler, '23
ing on the school grounds. Of
FOR
Dorothy Dangremond, '23
course, we know that college men on the top floor of the lab. building.
arc of legal age to smoke and are h hadda gel. one o' these Janes to
help
me
find
my
way
out.
After
possessed with sufficient intelligence
to carry matches, However, it is she finally got ine headed for the
FACT OR FICTION?
rather of the nature of a college door, I thought she'd let it go at
Booths, Supplies, College
tradition for the men to refrain that. She hung on, though, till I
We know what it is to lose like from smoking on the campus, or at had to say, "You needn't bother
Stationery and College Banners
a gentleman, or to win like a least to refrain from smoking in showiii' me out."
gentleman; to yield a point grace- the lower halls. However, we have
"Ob,"
she chortles, '"lain't no
lully, or to score one modestly, noted with some regret that the trouble to show you out. Ha Ma."
\ \ c all pride ourselves on at least "red and white capped knights of
Everybody laughed. Mcbbe I'm
attempting to conduct our lives in '25," while loitering in the lower thick, Conic, but hall" the stuff they
accordance with the above rules of
halls, have boldly puffed away on spring around here goes over the
good sportsmanship. One of the their
favorite Fatiinas or Camels. top.
essential qualities of thorough-brqd
Then I heads for the left side of
manhood and womanhood is the May we ask that this custom be one of the doors and a whole mob
ability to " meet with Triumph and given up, as we wish to do every- o' Janes starts pouring out. You
Disaster and treat those two im- thing possible to preserve the good know its jammed in the halls behealth and sweet disposition of.
The Onoto Ink Pencil
postors just the same."
Minerva? Minerva has passed her tween classes, don't you,
The U. S, today is in industrial twenties,
gives pencil-handiness
Well, it is, anyway. As
say, I
and
I
am
afraid
that
she
turmoil. Why?, Because we, the
beaded for the left insteat of the
and pen-permanency.
people of the U. S., are not thor- has never inculcated the ultra mod- right-band side.
ough-bred good sports. We cannot ern ideas of the girls of the twenLet us show you the
"I ley," pipes up one c them,
aecept a change in financial status tieth century who enjoy their Milos "this is a one-way tin 'trough fare
Onoto.
with good grace. It hurts our in- and Malechrinos. As the family
"Well,
I'm
only
goin'
one
way,
dividual vanity—a vanity which physician has stated that smoke is hain't I ?" I says, kind a severe—you
must be very dear to us since we do injurious to her health, we know know me, Louie; peaceful as a kitem* PEN CORNER,
that the men of S. C. T. will conot hesitate to imperil the stability
of a nation because economic law operate in preserving the strength ten till you rub me. the. wrong way,
However, but then watch out, eh? You bet.
demands a decrease in wages. We of the young lady.
"Who's the valedictorian from
ESTABLISHED • 1887
Minerva has stated that she behave to be driven to the issue and
Cornlasscl
Correspondence
CORNER-HUDSON AVE.*'"' SO.PEARU
even then we meet it sulkily. Evi- lieves "smokers" in the "gym" In the
School?"
chimes
in
another
fluff,
dently our sportsmanship "is only be all 0 . K,
Wouldn't that give you barbedfor those issues which have little
wire suspenders, Louie? Might acto do with us individually, or else
cuse
inc.'o' not cleauin' those pink
toward which a sportsmanlike atgaiters what Aunt Arabella sent
titude is prescribed by custom.
Our recent adversaries in the war
State College desires to thank me, but when I get on that'brown
are better spot'ts than ourselves, if
the 1921 Pedagogue Board for its Scars-Roebuck suit, those MontT H I S SPACE
one may judge by the report of
contribution of $118 to the Athletic gomery Ward & Co. shoes, and that
Charles William Stores hat of mine,
Charles M, Schwab. They swal- Field Fund.
I look like a regular cake-eater and
lowed defeat, accepted a real change
don't you say '1 don't, eh, Louie?
of status, and went back to work.
You can bet your bottom dollar on
A large and bitter dose, that, yet
BELONGS TO
they took 1t with far better grace
it—gosh hang it,
than we are taking a small matter
Then I found out that T didn't
of industrial readjustment.
have no class. Muata looked at my
THE LAST WORD
schedule upside clown. Can't be an
Our State College is a democraangel
all the time, As the fellers HELMES BROS. INC.
tic institution. It is a good place
It is strange that people in col- says, "In Heaven an angel's nobody
in which to get wise to ourselves.
The spirit of the times j s " back to lege can't understand a few simple in particular" anyway. So I thought
LESTER H. HELMES, P R E S .
work." It is only an infant spirit directions, but, judging from the I'd steal a few puffs, And as they
in' this country as yet, just as the material handed in, they are not was ladies present T didn't wanta
" Back to Work" Class is an in- able to. Again we repeat that all offend them. You know me, Louie,
fant class in State College. Tt is material should be written in ink I may be a diamond in the roug'.
for us all, then, to be real good on one side of the paper, Besides, in the locker room, but T'm some
sports, to play the game, and to these things must be in by Wednes- polished parlor snake when' I'm W E R E S E R V E T H E R I G H T T O U S E
help, the spirit of "back.to work" day night or early Thursday morn- around the chickens.
IT FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES
to grow in' college, iin home, and in ing, not Thursday afternoon. The
"Mind if I smoke?"
country. Let's g o !
copy has to be in the bands of the
"Wouldn't care if you burned," is
printer at 3:00 Thursday,
what she handed back to me.
'22,
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P R A N K H.
'ROUND THE COLLEGE
Word lias been received at college to the women who are honorary
of the death of Mrs. Maud Lewis members of K A nlid the alumnae.
Neville, principal of the Athens Some of the guests were: Henrietta
High School, Mrs. Neville was a Fitch, Mrs, Mary Dcbow Kcenc,
graduate of the State Normal Mary Pitkin, Mildred Oatee, Janet
Robertson, Mrs, Phyllis Clark
School and attended the summer
Sands, Harriet Rising, Mrs, Marsession here this year.
garet
Shift?, Poole, Marion McMarion Moore, '20, has been appointed principal of the Athens Dowell, Eleanor I lees, Geralcline
Crumb,
Esther Corbin, and Olive
I licjh School.
Alice Hedges, '20, who was an Wright.
Harriet Rising, Mildred Oatee
instructor in Jamcsbtirg, N. J., last
year, has been appointed instructor and Eleanor I lees spent the weekin science atul mathematics in end at the K A house.
Alida Rallagh, '21, spent the weekAthens,
Mr. and Mrs. John Sinnot of New end in the city.
Lillian llopner, '21, is teaching
Hartford visited their daughter
physical education in the Chester
Marjorie last Wednesday.
High School.
Martha Parry and Anne O'Neill
Alice Norman, '17, was a guest
held a lea at the X 2 0 house last
of Lola Cackener at the >l' V house
Wednesday.
Eta Phi. welcomes Aileen Wal- Sunday.
I'si Gamma welcomes Mrs. Shafer
lace as a pledged member,
Mr. and Mrs, J. L. McKcnnan as its new chaperone.
Alberta Silkworth, '21, was a din' visited their daughter Jane at the
ner guest at the 'I' T house one day
H <>t bouse Sunday.
An informal birthday party was last week-.
Airs. Keller visited her daughter,
given at t h e I' K <V house in honor
of Dorothy Banner, Tuesday night. Lucy Keller, '24, last week.
Kappa Delta Rho was host to a
Mr. John Mayes of Clark Mills
was the dinner guest of Sybil Balme large group of new State College
men
last 'Tuesday evening. "Van"
'Tuesday evening.
Lobdell, '20, graciously threw open
Mr. James M. (line, instructor in
his
house
lo tiie gang. No formalEnglish at Union, was a guest at
, dinner at •' K 't'.house Friday even- ity was tolerated, so everybody scttled down (for a while).
ing.
Most of the fellows played cards.
Nellie Fieldman, '23, spent the
Some others played checkers. A
week-end with the girls.
Dora Garbose, '22, motored to few, whose religious principles forXewburgh Sunday, where she vis- bade participation in such games,;
entertained themselves with "dotn
ited Anne Reeback, '22.
Julia Dobris, '20, visited the iuoes." Somebody won enough
matches to start in business in
A U 'f' girls last week.
The girls at 1S6 Western avenue Watervliet. For obvious reasons
this year are: Anna Ladti, '22, the gentleman's name is withheld.
Hazel Grill, '22. Florence Robert- Such a peaceftd stale of affairs could
son, '22, Helen Slicpberdson, '23, not last. It didn't. An impromptu
Marguerite Young, '24, Ruth Barton, orchestra started up and, say, that
some music! As the lime
'25, Anne Pulling, '25, Eldyth was
drifted along the inner man had to
Proper, '22, Katherine Stratton, '22, be
. Eats were brought on'
Marion Van Buren, '23, Alice andsatisfied.
then were caused to disappear.
Holmes, '24, Helen Cornell, '25,
Then the gang gathered around
Blanche Baker, '25.
I he piano, and each one exercised
Katharine Stratton _ spent last his musical genius. In a few mo• week-end at Cannjoharic.
ments an audience in the street apEldyth Proper, '22, is spending plauded enthusiastically. The old
ten days at the Home Economics favorites were sung lustily. Finally,
Practice House.
when the singers realized that there
Emily Bclding has been elected were such things as 8:10 classes
captain and Whilemena •Heinemnnn next day, the motion lo adjourn
manager of sophomore basketball.
Was made. Before parting the
Kappa Delta sorority entertained K A V men joined in singing the fral
about twenty of her alumnae mem- song, "Hail, Kappa Delta Rho,"
bers on Saturday, October 8. A Thus ended a glorious evening.
luncheon was served, after which a
"Marty" Barry, cx-'21, started his
business meeting was held: Later
the a.ctiv.e chapter gave, a reception training in the gym last. week.
"Marty" is the greatest basketball
player that State has ever produced. Of late years he has been
playiing professional basketball and
shows the rest of them how lo do
it. Last year he played with the
C'oboes quintet in the State League,
In number of points scored he
ranked third in the entire league,
'This year he is casting his lot-with
Rochester, an independent professional club.
We congratulate
Rochester.
John MacGregor, ex-'24, is now
preparing for the bar. Er—-ah, we
mean he is attending Albany Law
School this year. We hope he will
be a lawyer. If he isn't, it won't be
our fault. Wewish him luck.
Meyer Dobris, cx-'23j is also at
the
above
named
institution,
"Dobe" was a great guard mi the
'varsity basketball team, lie is also
famous for his interpretation of
Russian ballet, lie will be remembered as the originator of the classic
dance, "Picking the Cabbages,"
which made such a Ir-il last MoviiigL'p Day.
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C. A. Notes
Are you piling up points to give
you a Hying start? Keep your eyes
on the g'oal—S, C. T, letters—and
grasp every opportunity to take another step toward it.
Notice the following change that
has been made in the ruling governing hikes: Up to :.,is lime points
have been given for G, A, A, hikes
only. Now, one point will be given
for attending a hike arranged by
any college organization. An appointment must be made of someone who will get the names of all
those attending the hikes and hand
in the list to Lela Cackener. Unless the reports 'are made in this
way no points can be given.
Notice.also that points for swimming arc not restricted to G. A. A.
parties. A swimming practice gives
you a point no matter when you
take your plunge, or what pool,
lake or river you patronize, or who
enjoys it with you. ft is advisable
for each girl to keep a record of all
her points, as well as reporting them
to the captains, for she may know at
any time how near the goal she is.
The following appointments have
been added to the captains of
sports:
Hockey—-Alida Curry.
Basketball—J)orolhy Tuthill.
Thursday, October 13, in the
rotunda, G, A. A. dues will be collected. Everybody join. It is only
25 cents.
TEN
FOR
FIVE CENTS
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The Flavor Lasts!
Page Four
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOHER 10, 1921
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art
MUSCLE BUILDERS
The muiclei of the feet like tho«c of
(he hindi need proper exercise to
develop and strengthen them,
Socket Pit Shoe* are flexible, allowing
absolute freedom to the foot.
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Albany, N. Y.
Ntwman
Newman Club regrets that Elizabeth 11.. Carey, president, will not
return to college this year. The
vice-president, Alice O'Connor, succeeds Miss Carey as president.
Miss Elizabeth Gibbons was elected
vice-president, Miss Alice Clear reporter, Miss May Maxtor and Miss
Anna O'Neill senior councilors.
Miss Marie Millet was appointed
representative to the Newman
Quarterly.
Y. W. C. A.
Don't you just love bacon-bats?
Can't you feel the joy of some thirty
odd girls singling about a big crackling wood lire iin the midst of a
pine grove? Ask any of the girls
who went to our open-air Silver Bay
meeting where they got "that
school-girl complexion." Shades of
r-r-red hot .dogs! .Memories of
toasted marshmallovvs!
They say folks shouldn't be
blamed for making an error, but for
repeating the error. Don't miss
our next meeting—Tuesday, October 11th, at 3 o'clock, iin the auditorium. The Student Volunteers
are going to have charge of it; so
we confidently.expect it to be worth
while.
Remember—Tuesday, 3 o'clock:
Auditorium.
Prmta
Club.
The Press Club held its first
meeting on Wednesday afternoon,
at 5 o'clock. The following officers
for this year were elected;
President, Caroline Berberick, '23.
Vice-President, Eira Williams,'23.
Sec'y and Treas., Vera Nolan, '23,
Reporter, Marjorie Sibley, '23.
•Meetings will be held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each
month. All who arc interested in
the Press Club and its work are invited. Don't miss the next meeting,
Wednesday, October 12.
ATHLETIC NOTES
Football practice has been discontinued temporarily because of lack
of equipment. As soon as the football budget is approved the work
can be resumed.
The Men's Intcrclass Basketball
League will be started in a short
time. Groups from the various
classes arc working every afternoon in the gym. Although it is
early to predict, several of the newcomers are showing up well. Some
good 'varsity material is being developed.
NEW JAZZ ORCHESTRA
A new orchestra—one devoted to
jazz music only—has been organized at State, It matlc its first appearance at the soph-frosh "getwise" party, and everyone is talking
about it yet.
The men and girls who make up
the orchestra have been having
regular rehearsals for some time,
and they feel that they can now
offer their services to State. Although the ranks of this new orchestra are filled by State people
only, it is iin no way connected with
the regular college orchestra. These
jazz artists arc full of the idea of
boosting State by providing "the
real thing" at, the dances and basketball games this winter. 'The jazz
orchestra has come, and all the
dancers at State want it to stay.
The members of the orchestra are
well known at State as among the
best of jazz player.-. Here ibcy
are: piano, Vivian Hart, '25, violins, Grace Arouowitz, '23, and Herbert Horning, '25, banjo-mandolin,
lidvvard Sherlev, '24, trombone,
John Hays, '24, and Mute—a departure from the usual even in jazz
circles—Crane, '25. They are boosting State! Let's boost them!
CONCERNING CO-EDS.
Continued from page 2
Well, she wore mock turtle
glasses, had already got about 5,0(10
miles ont of a cud of Goodyear she
was chewin' and still she was goin'
strong, .But we got to visitiu', and
I'd about forgiven her, when she
says, "Where d'ye come from?"
"Cohocs," I told her.
"That's a nice place—to come
from," she says. "I la! I la!" j
(ice, Louie, do you see anything
in that lo laugh at? Neither do L
Uegardiu' eats which you told trie
lo write about—they're great. That
is, Iht cats arc—not their names,
I suppose a rose would smell as
sweet if you called it garlick, hut
it's lough on a feller that orders
Blanc
accordin' to the menu.
mange, for instance, sounds like a
dog disease, doesn't il? And all it
means is corn starch puddin', If
they ever put up a sign Mansion
Mange it'll be cottage puddin'—I've
got that much all doped out. Sherlock Holmes has nothiu' on me, eh,
Louie? (Yer denied tootiii'; lie
hasn't.)
Do you get all your lessons:
Neither do I,
Have almost got writer's cramp.
Unpin' you're the same.
Eddie.
TO THE PACIFIC
Continued from page 1
Many friends have asked me if
I did not find the Middle-West
very stupid and I've answered that
I was surprised to find it so interesting. We never tired of watching the fields of barley, wheat, and
rye, stretching out as far as the
eye could reach, with their blucgreen pinnies rippling back and
forth in the sunshine, We watched
it ripen and saw it harvested in
Nebraska. Against the clear deep
blue sky of the western prairie, the
golden-yellow grain made a color
picture, absolutely impossible of
duplication on canvas. The real
West begins, f should say, in western Nebraska, and there we bad our
first thrills at the sight and feeling
of the prickly pear cactus, then in
full bloom on the 'sage brush
prairie. T shall never forget our
first prairie camp beside a fine
swimming pool. Nature made us
welcome with a terrific wind storm
which blew down our tents but
passed over without wetting us.
Wc were well repaid for our
trouble by a most, startling exhibition of lightning and two gorgeous double rainbows, complete
semi-circles stretching from the
northern to the southern horizon.
(To be continued.)'
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f Marybud frozen [specialties will
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