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State College N W s
NEW YORK STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
ESTABLISHED BY THE CLASS OF 1918
Vol. VII! No. 2
^ALBANY, N 7 Y., OCTOBER 5, 1923
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First Game of the Season
G, A. A. Hike
College Calendar
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New York State
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College For Teachers
po you want to win G. A. A.
Friday, October f>,
"LOOK FOR THE" WORST. HOPE
points, to have one gloriously free "Get Wise" meeting—-8 P. M.- Gym
FOR THE BEST," IS PHILOday in the exhilarating October air,
Saturday, October 0.
The following is a copy of the
SOPHY OF NEW COACH
to satisfy your aesthetic sense, and Indian Ladder hike—12 A.M. -Col- article by Professor Decker, which
Shades of pessimistic Gil Dobio!
to have good "eats"? Of course you
lege.
appears this month in the Teachers'
Under the tutelage of a "chip off do, so mark off October (!th as a red
Journal of Summer Schools in New
Monday, October 8,
the old block," State's grid warriors, i If , ttt ,,. ,|, l y ilI1( | p r c p a r a t 0 c o m o o n Music Club—4:30 P.M.—Auditorium York State.
with the memory ol last year's c r e d - | t h o [ n ( | i a n Ladder hike,
Tuesday, October fl,
The first session of the summer
itable start still in their minds, have
Freshmen, if you would have evi- Y. W. 0. A.—,'i:00 P.M.—Auditorium school was held in 1917, with an enstarted to work with a determina- dence of college spirit, come and join Menorah Society—-4:00 P.M,—room rollment of two hundred and fiftytion to rendov a good account of in the songs and cheers in vogue on
two students. For the last session in
100
themselves this fall.
the rifle in the bus.
Newman House meeting—Newman 1023, one thousand, twenty-six stuTomorrow's battle, the first of the
dents were registered. Just what this
House
The Heildeburg mountains are
1,023 gridiron season for the I'urple noted for their sightliness, and after
mean's from the physical standpoint
Wednesday, October 10.
id Gold lerseyed pigskin chasers, seeing two or three states from its Spanish Club—1:10 P.M.—Room 0 alone, can be imagined when ono rewill reveal to some extent the e lorts • c l T . s t ( formerly big worries seem small
members that the buildings of State
Thursday, October 11
of Coach hnt'i Wegner to develop ft fnc[0C([, To have gone on the Indian Political Science Club—4:00 \M,College were built to accommodate
formic able football machine at State. • f,,l(|,|(.r hj] a , \i; Ul possess one of the
a student body of five hundred, DurBoom 1.01
ing the morning hours of the last
With St. Lawrence university s . m 0 H t H timulating and refreshing memFriday, October 12.
crack combination coached by the la-,| ol ,{ 08 , l n v college event can offer, Chemistry Club—4:10 P.M. -floom session every possible room available
for recitation purposes was in use.
mous Cornell backfield star, Be dfo Ami it wins G. A. A. points. Infor250
Many rooms not intended for such
Kan. and which trimmed Union lust m a t ion regarding pride and time of
purposes had to be pressed into servweek, as the opposition tomorrow,; departure will appear on the bulletin
ice.
Of course, some of them warn
Already a record number
Coach Wegne', like his rtofced Cor-\baaid,
poorly adapted as class-rooms, The
nellinn instructor always is before a have signed up. Bo sure your name
conditions in the college reading-room
gridiron conflict, is pessimistic as to j s o n the list.'
and the laboratory were equally inthe outcome. Little may be expected '
CALL ON THE NEWS
adequate for the demands made upon
of State, however,^ against such a
strong and fast array of football
Little did we expect so much talent them.
talent as will be presented by the
for interior decorating on the News
It might lie inferred that such an
up-state eleven.
board, but we have visible proof of increase in enrollment had been atAs one famous coach once put it,
its existence—just take a peek in the tained by increasing the number of
these are still the "liniment days"
office sometime while you are loitor- courses offered. This was the case
Regiatrnr Overcome
for State College grid men. That is,
ing near the mail box and judge for I in the first three or four summers,
the team is yet in formation. The
yourself what hard work and a little | Because of the size of certain classes
A number of amateur actresses | paint can do. Oh, we are looking jit became necessary to divide them
material is more or less "green."
The return of Forrest "Peggy" saw their ambitions defeated when quite nicely, with many thanks to | into sections. As rooms were not
Caton, last year's captain who was Miss
. , Futterer
, , , . smilingly
, „ , • • asked them Mr. Doyo and those who applied the available and funds were lacking to
seriously injured in the early part of ifh0o w, l r o P Engl ah 7. It wis not known gifts presented.
hire additional instructors, the work
the season, has greatly strengthened ! w i i s udramaticf
State Co lege really
And now here's another innovation. in some departments was discontinn
State's backfield.
Other men who i
V ' fl «' lim P«- of the dramatic A schedule' of hours has been formu- ued with the results that the curricfor backfield i ™ ,.showed
the
n™
candidates
...• possible
,
, , ,.that underneath
,
,. laled during which the office will be ulum was narrowed instead of being
berths are Gainor, Gilchrist, O'Brien, poacefuli studious aspect, romantic o p e n t o those who would'like to offer broadened.
Unless the enrollment
Cantwell, Nve, and Dwyer.
j souls longed to show their graceful-' suggestions for improvement, enter decreases, this process of elimination
In the line reposes a pair of shoes\ ™f ' " , o n t ! . °,f W8B p "Werer's spo- pleas and petitions for or against a will have to bo carried still further.
of
new or existing method of procedure,
" " ' imitation
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' ten
"•" walks.
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to be filled that need a real star if I «*'ft 'the
The conditions described above can
State is to produce a team as formid- How far the laugh was carried is and submit complaints of any rea- be relieved in several ways. More
able as that '22 outfit. Those shoes quite uncertain to the short-lived sonable nature. By this means we class rooms and laboratory space will
were worn by "Tiny Joe" Howard, portion of the class, for just as a aim to make State College News one be available when the new building
stonewall guard who struck terror iot of fun was in store, the stage- of the best collegiate publications of provided for by the last legislation
door- showed an exit to the poor its type. Please come in and help is completed. In the meantime, the
into the hearts of opposing lines.
Coach Wegner has a fairly good underclassmen who did not absolutely us do it! There will be some one overflow could probably be taken care
there to welcome you on:
number of men to make a choice need the course,
of by getting permission from the
Mon.—0:05—10:30 o'clock.
from, however, for his line. They
proper authorities to use as many
However, the dramatic class was
Tues.—0:05—10:00 o'clock
include Captain Crane, end; Sage, not the only one that was over-flowclass-rooms in the city high school
Wed.—10—11; 2:05—3:00 o'clock as might be necessary. More money
end; Howe, guard; Crawford, tackle;
Thurs.—1:10—2:00 o'clock
Roberts, tackle; Beaver, guard; ing with members. General condifor janitorial service would have to
Fri.—10:00—11 :30 o'clock
Hayes, tackle; Horn, end; Delehanty,' tions show overcrowded classes in
be appropriated.
The seventy-five
dollars
appropriated for such service
end; Badcr, end or tackle; Smith, most of the courses, especially in the
in 1017 has never been increased.
center; "Herb" Campbell, guard; English department. It is rumored
A larger faculty is necessary if any
Donnelly, guard, and Davies, center.
increase in the number of classes is
The contest tomorrow will take that a certain young lady in English
made. This, too, can be accomplace at Canton, the home of the j 3 blushingly accepted Dr. Hasting's
plished
only by increased appropriaI comfortable "rocking chair" when
Student Assembly, Friday, SeptemSt. Lawrence aggregation.
tions.
With ono or two possible exevery other available seat was occu- ber 28, opened with the singing of ceptions, the faculty of State College
the Alma Mater. "Billy Heineman
pied.
led the students in a peppy cheer, receive less in the summer than many
The Residence Hall Committee
It was a busy day for the registrar after which the notices were read. of the instructors in the summer sescarried on a vigorous campaign when a romping troupe of "gay Especial emphasis was laid on thesions of the normal schools, In order
among the students attending the young Sophomores" broke through j Strand Drive for the Dormitory Fund. to run the summer school in the same
summer session at State College, with
While the other throe classes sang, business-like manner that the sumthe net results of over five hundred the office and demanded change cards. the Senior class, then the others in mer schools of privately endowed
and thirty-five dollars added to the What happened? The bands about turn, marched outside to have its institutions are run, the appropriations should be made a year ahead.
Dormitory Fund. Included in this the dramatics class suddently broke nicture taken.
It is becoming increasingly difficult
fund was fifty dollars, turned over and a rush was made to regain lost
to
secure a faculty where the director
by the Summer School committee
is forced to wait until almost the
after all bills were paid. At present hours. The confusion was terrible.
first
of May before he can definitely
the Residence Hall committee reports Dean Metzler was swamped with reFRESHMEN!
engage anyone for the session which
a fund amounting to ninety-five quests to allow more hours, and he,
begins in July. The salaries are
thousand dollars, with immediate unwilling, finally consented to same.
Try out for the NEWS
much smaller than those of the priprospects of adding materially to this
vately endowed institutions so that
,See the Editor today
amount from the proceeds of theThe requests granted, the registrar
there is no inducement to wait. Thus
benefit movie play. "Main Street," was left to recover in time for
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given a t the "Strand" all this week. I another onslaught.
Office Hours
Sarah Bernhardt Jrs.
Assembly
Dorm Fund Swells
Page Two
STATE
COLLEGE
NEWS,
OCT.
5,
1923
bulletin board, the G. A. A. president
made this statement: "It is the vital
index of the personal welfare of this
Institution." See that your name apMany Freshmen are getting that collegiate attitude. Haven't you
Vol Vllt
Oct 5, 1923
No. .2
pears there signed up for some sport.
noticed the increased number of brief cases and little "brown bags"
A new sport captain, Mildred
Published weekly during the college
about the building?
Loman '26 for horseback riding, has
year by the Student Body of the New
been appointed. The sport captains
York State College for Teachers at
are meeting every week to secure
Albany, New York.
Have the Angells come yet? We
The subscription rate is three dolAn informal supper was held on special closer co-operation. Students
lars per year. Advertising rates may have not seen the white-winged, Wednesday evening, September 2(ith, desiring special arrangements, such
be had on application to the business lightly clad figures flitting about col- at the Home Management House, as points for Y. W. C. A. gym work
lege, but Dr. Morris evidently is ex- Miss Fleming gave a report on the | should ask one of the council to bring
manager.
(Articles, manuscripts, etc., must pecting them as evinced by her lofty National Home Economics Confer- up the matter at that time.
be in the hands of the editors before and abstract expression.
ence which she attended in Chicago
Soccer and hockey practices begin
Monday of the week of publication.)
during the first week of August.
this week. The practice field is Bev* * **
erwick
Park at the corner of Quail
That there, is such a thing as sac* * **
rifice is maintained by Professor
Miss Helen Shannon Metzlar, and Western avenue, two blocks from
college.
Everyone is urged to come,
Kirtland, Head of the English De- daughter of Dean William Metzlar
Editor-in-Chief
partment, and to prove it, he cites and Mrs. Metzlar, became the bride especially as the field is large enough
Dorothy V. Bennit, '24
himself as an example of the truly of Chauncey Hale Fairbanks of Syra- for two games to be played at the
Managing Editor
self-sacrificing individual.
Mildred Kuhn, '24
cuse on Monday evening. Miss Metz- same time.
Argument waxed loud and furious lar is a graduate of Syracuse UniBusiness Manager
The swimming captain, Dot Hoyt, is
in the men's division of the English versity in the class of '23.
Dorothy Jones, '24
arranging for a college night at Y.
I A class this week, as some of the
Subscription Manager
W.
C. A. or Bath 3. This would
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Freshmen boldly asserted that all
Ruth Ellis, '24
Miss Gillet spent Saturday and mean one night kept free G. A, A.
things were done with the idea of
Assistant Business Managers
members
at special rates.
self-gain. "Cynics," scoffed the Pro- Sunday in Annapolis.
Lois More, '25
fessor, dodging dangerous ground by
At a varsity basketball meeting
Associate Editors
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shifting to a discussion of shot guns,
Kathleen Furman, '25
Dr. Brubacher is in Binghamton last week, it was decided that pracphotography, and other points of
Florence Plainer, '25
giving an address at a teacher's and tice would begin on Thursday, Octovital
importance
in
the
study
of
the
ber 4. After that time strict adherMargaret Demareat, '25
an Alumni meeting.
English language.
ence to training rules will be kept.
Reporters
The freshmen are forming a basket* * **
Helen Elliott, '26
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Margaret Benjamin, '20
Miss Mary Cobb, State College Li- ball team under the direction and
• Ruth Tefft, '23, was a week-end
j
coaching of the Junior captain.
Joyce Persons, '26
brarian,
attended
the
State
Librarj
guest at the Psi Gamma House.
Harry Godfrey, '26
Association meeting at Silver Bay in
The tennis tournament is being
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September,
I played o(f on the courts in WashingMrs. Grace Mead Van Ness, presiton Park. Watch the bulletin board
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dent of the New York Alumnae
NEW YORK STATE COLLEGE Association of Psi Gamma was a
Dr. Conwell and Professor Birche- and play your game promptly as
scheduled. Plans are being formunough
were
present
at
a
meeting
of
FOR TEACHERS
dinner guest at the house Saturday
the Mathematical Association held at lated for a gym frolic during the
night.
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Vassar College the week before col- next month.
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Clarissa Huyck, '23, spent the lege opened.
week end at the Psi Gamma house.
HOCKEY
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far, State College has been extremely
Field hockey practice began OctoMiss Cobb, in freshmen lecture on
About this new topic of conversa- library science: "If you wanted to ber I, at Bevorwick Park. That anfortunate in getting an excellent
faculty together in spite of condi- tion—horseback riding—we are a bit look up a special topic in a book nouncement places State at the front
tions. Each summer, however, finds flustered, but we remember that the you'd look in the index, wouldn't rank of colleges' having up-to-date
it a more difficult task.
danger of the beast lies in the head you ?"
sports. Hockey is reported to be the
Just what class of teachers does and heels and after all one rides in
Frosh in second dow: "Huh! I favorite fall sport at Smith and Skidthe middle.
more Colleges. The rudiments of the
should
say
so.
Anybody'd
know
State College aim, to reach in its
game are easy to understand and the
that!"
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summer school? First, it aims to
technique
is simple to master. For
Heard in History Quiz:—
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give superintendents and principals
these reasons hockey is the ideal
Instructor: "Describe the course of
Freshman
girl
to
Junior
man:
sport for those inexperienced in athcourses in school administration in the Rhine.
your Major and Minor?"
letics; moreover, hockey is invigorwhich they, as well an the instructors
Frosh: "The Rhine riajs in the "What's
J. Man: "C. E. Major and Econo- ating and an excellent route to G.
North
Sea
and
(lows
to
the
Alps
in charge, contribute to the solution
Minor." W. C. A.
A. A. points. An interclass hockey
HELP
' mics
of the many problems arising in this Mountains.
Frosh: "I Y.can't
imagine you in a match is always a feature of the
The
"News"
is
not
a
one-man
cooking
The
Y,class.
W. service of October 9th Campus Day program. Try for your
field and peculiar to our State. State
but a distinctly co-opera- will be in honor of the alumnae. class team.
College ought to be able to command enterprise,
tive one. Its success depends en- We are fortunate in having quite a
the services of the ablest instructors tirely upon the size and efficiency of number of them in college or near
in this work and be the gathering the staff. At present there are only by and from them will come the
RIDE A KOCK HORSE
place of the superintendents and j four reporters on the staff. There leader, the speaker, and possibly a
Horseback riding, State College,
soloist. Everybody is welcome, but
principals of New York State. Sec- j should be fourteen or even more.
It is said that each one of us har- we extend an especially hearty wel- and G. A. A! Consider that mighty
ondly, it aims to give all connected | bors a secret fancy that he or she come to our alumnae to be with us interesting triumvirate and you will
with the public schools of the State I has an inborn genius for acting. We Tuesday afternoon, October 9th, at discover what is to bo the feature
sport of fall athletics. The girls'
an opportunity to come into contact i have, whether or not we admit it. 3 o'clock in the Auditorium.
athletic association has arranged with
with new developments in education-1 We also hava talents for gossip,
Every one of us!
Captain Taylor of the U. S. Army,
al theory and practice. Thirdly, it
to give a course of fourteen lessons
BASKETBALL QUADRANGLE
offers an opportunity for teachers to i Gossip is nothing more than news
in horseback riding to its members.
if it be the normal, chatty, informing
increase their knowledge of subject kind,
Skidmore, Russel Sage, Emma The class will have the benefit of
and that is the kind we want
matter by offering courses in English, | for print. Happenings of all kinds Willard, and State College are mak- the best rates in Albany, of skilled
economics, history, mathematics, etc. are continually being recounted ing a successful attempt to form a instructors, trained horses, and EngUp to the present, the courses have among small groups, the sort which quadrangle for basketball. Such a lish saddles.
been largely of an undergraduate would amuse or interest the greater series of games as planned) would
No longer need S. C. T. folk feel
attract wide attention to State and
character. If the institution is to be number of college students if they arouse more than the usual amount pangs of envy at seeing a ridingknew of them. The "News" is literthe training school for high school ally hungry for notice of such events of interest in watching the interclass corps out for a canter. The opporteachers for the state, it will be neces- and it asks ernestly for the support games.
tunity is ours. The best part of the
sary to begin to give grauate courses of every college student who is deprogram arranged for Saturdays
in all the departments of knowledge sirous of having the college paper
from 1:30 to 2:30, beginning on
G. A. A.
usually found in a college of liberal become a worthwhile record of college life. All we ask is that you tell
The G. A. A. fall season of State October 13, and which includes cavarts.
some one on the board of any amus- College sports has commenced with alry tactics and military instruction,
The summer school has been suc- ing or interesting bit of news you plans completed for horsebackriding, is the unusual reduction in rates from
cessful in spite of the handicaps with know, no matter how trivial. Visit hockey, organized hikes, tennis, and twenty-five to fifteeen dollars. And,
basketball. Arrangements for special
which it has had to contend. May the "News" office whenever you have swimming
parties are being made. not only that, but a good authority
some bit of information to give.
its future be a record of increased
For time of practices see the G, A. A. states that the captain is most likely
service to New York State education.
bulletin
board.
In regard to this
Please co-operate, it is OUR paper!
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STATE
WATCH FOR THE BIRDIE
Eddie Vines has been doing
a lot of publicity work lately
in the form of taking pictures.
He and the Knickerbocker Press
M i;ographer are in league with
each other in looking for f'eat.i -as to "snap." If you do or
see any funny av clever stunts
that you think would look well
in print—page "Eddie!"
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to become so interested that the
course will not bo limited to the
stated fourteen lessons.
The instructions will be given in a
huge tanbark rink at the Armory and
in an attractive field back of it.
Thirty-five must sign up in orde • to
make this opportunity possible for all.
Therefore, attach your name to the
notice and make possible a State college riding corps.
COLLEGE
Preliminary work on the new structure, including the razing of old
buildings, formulation of architect's
plans and other attendant details, is
practically completed and it is expected the foundation will be started
before cold weather sets in.
OPPORTUNITY
Want to he Business Manager of
the NEWS? Want to get advertisements? All Freshmen interested see
Dorothy Jones at once.
STATE COLLEGE STUDENTS
NEWS,
OCT.
5,
Page Three
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direction of Miss Futterer, in which
the members of English 7 as well as
of English 12 will take part.
Eighty students enrolled for Dramatics class, English 7, so that the
Sophomores had to be dropped, leaving 45 students. This class will present three one-act plays in January,
which have not yet been decided
upon.
What do you think of College, of existing conditions, of
any phase of student problems'.'
Write signed opinions to the
NEWS on any subjects which
would be of student interest—
then keep on writing them!
You are cordially invited to the
Young People's and Nyack Rally at
A REVOLUTION
the Gospel Tabernacle, 252 Washington Ave., between Lark Street and
Thursday afternoon, September 28,
Northern Blvd., Saturday afternoon I an air of mystery pervaded the corat 3 o'clock and Sat. night at 7:30. j ridors of State College.
Through
Speakers: Rev. C. F. Ave, Congo, I the corridor a peculiar odor seemed
Africa, Evangelist T. J. Black, Syra- I: to be wafted, and no one could tell
cuse, and Rev, C. Eicher, India, now from whence it came. It even penedean of the Missionary Training Tnst., trated to the upper hall, and many a
conjecture was made as to its source.
at Nyack, N. Y.
STEP CHILDREN
Special missionary meetings SunOn descending the stairs to the
State College is very glad to wel- day 10:45 A.M. and 7:30 P.M.
lower hall, the trail seemed to grow
come fourteen (14) graduate stuInvite your friends.
dents, a record number this year.
Convention of the Christian and stronger, but yet the perfume reThese students represent various Missionary Alliance now in progress mained a strange one. More than
! one freshman stood by the mail box
parts of the United States and also at this Church.
other countries. Because of their unand meditated. It was evident that
famiUarity with the city and lack
the source of the excitement was not
of affiliation with any one class at
: far away. At last one brilliant freshCHOOSE YOUR SPORT
college they should receive the espeman exclaimed "Ah! Now I rememcial consideration and friendly attiG. A. A., an opportunity ber. About half an hour ago I saw
Through
tude of the entire student body. They for participation
! the janitor, wearing knickers, come
in
all
popular
colare not presented with handbooks nor lege sports Is offered to students. down the hall with a pail of paint. 1
have they any "Junior sisters" to Surely there will bo one title' on the recall it distinctly because 1 had to
assist them. One of them has said list to make an appeal to the stu- dodge the horrid thing to save my
that ho was even "greener" than a dent who "was never athletic in high , new sweater," At that the whole
freshman. They have chosen State
and wonders just how she can group gathered around the mail box
Collegd from all other colleges to school
in the five to six hours of active shouting, "Why how stupid of us, of
come to, so let each Stat" College get
exercise
Dr. Crossdale advises course it's paint." And Indeed it
student do all that he can to welcome urgently which
all students.
If you was.
But then came the question,
them and to make them feel that have neverforparticipated
in any sport, "What was being painted?" Could
they have chosen wisely.
choose one such as tennis or hockey. it be true? It was the NiOWS office.
Then, if you have chosen a sport
When 3:00 o'clock classes were
which has special practices, attend
them, all and every one and the ; out, the members of the News board
chances are you'll make your class flocked to the office. More than one
MOORE ADDRESS AT
team. If you choose a more individ- nearly succumbed to the surprise of
CONVOCATION
ual sport, such as tennis, write a
Students of History and Govern- note to your sport captain and she seeing the color of the office walls
ment, particularly those of interna- will arrange instruction, if possible. ; undergoing such a change.
tional law and political science, will
The office has now had two coats
By choosing one sport, the inexpehave an opportunity Friday, October rienced
may become really I of paint and the improvement is very
10, to hear John Bassett Moore, skilled inperson
the
five
or
six
hours
ad(noticeable; a new electric fixture has
judge in the permanent court of in- vised.
Regarding participation in
ternational justice at The Hague and such
sports. Dr. Croasdale stated: "It been added which will further imrecognized as one of the foremost is the
in the life of a prove the facilities of the oflice. The
living authorities on international freshmanfoundation
for building and maintain- News board has taken the first step
law, when he speaks at the annual ing
health,
ideals,
and
will engendre toward a better paper: better condiconvocation of the State Regents in a keen mind and receptive
spirit. The
Chancellor's Hall, Albany.
student who neglects exercise cannot tions under which to work.
The convocation this year, with the compete with those who take it.
exception of Judge Moore's address Moreover, such neglect invites bodily
on international relations, will be ills the avoidance of which is our
LOST AND FOUND
especially devoted to a discussion of purpose." Choose your sport and
the problems of colleges and junior stay on top.
The News office will be, from
high schools. Governor Smith, Dr.
now on, the one and only custodian
Frank P. Graves, state commissioner
of the Lost and Found box. Come
of education, and Harlan H. florner,
former dean of State College and
in any time it is open and one :if the
DRAMATIC TREAT
now secretary of the State Teacher's
staff will open the box. It will first
association, will be among the prinHome Talent
be necessary, however, to describe
cipal speakers. The sessions will I
the lost article in order to claim it.
start Thursday, October 18.
The new class in advanced Dramatics, English 12, will present a
On account of the frequent
play every two weeks, managed by
demand for bouse matrons in i
the students themselves, under the
NEW DORM A REALITY
the
present student houses, I
supervision of Miss Futterer. The
Dean Pierce asks any student
State Senator William T. Byrne, of first play, "Suppressed Desires," will
knowing women who would j
Albany, who has made possible the be directed by Marion Farrell. "Supmeet the resuirements for such I
enlargement of State College after a pressed Desires" is a one-act comedy
a position to report their names
long fight in the Legislature, is pre- by Susan Glaspoll. It will be given
and
addresses to her office.
paring an appropriation bill, to be in the auditorium about the middle
presented to the 1924 session in Jan- of October, in the evening, and stuuary, which will provide for the con- dents will be admitted on their StuThe NEWS regrets the absence of
struction of Milne Hall in the prop- dent Tax Tickets. Plans are being
erty adjoining the college and Albany made for another play to be given Orena Relyea, '26, who served as
High School. Governor Smith has at the end of October, and a big play assistant business manager on the
assured its passage.
i will be presented in Juno, under the staff.
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COLLEGE
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Student Association
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President 39-43
Treasurer
Evelyn Dutcher
President Pauline Wilcox
President
Treasurer
Music Association
Monorah
Mary Weiss
President Sophie Cohen
Margery Bayloss
Treasurer Gertrude Krioger
President
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"News"
Newman
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President
Treasurer
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Treasurer
Chemistry
Dorothy Westerman
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President
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Below Robin Street
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Classes
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Political Science
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Margaret Benjamin
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