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NEW YORK STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
ESTABLISHED BY THE CLASS OF 1918
Vol. VIII
No. 3
ALBANY, N. Y., OCTOBER 12, 1923
$3.00 per year
DRAMATICS CLASS GIVES FIRST PLAY
Results of
Get Wise Party
Gridiron
See Step
Freshmen
Schedule
HenB.
Nominations
Rooster
IGNORANCE FOREVER
I S H E D F R O M '27
BAN-
Oct. I 9 — W o r c e s t e r Tech a t W o r cester.
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"SUPPRESSED DESIRES"
a t the
S t a t e College A u d i t o r i u m
T u e s d a y E v e n i n g , O c t o b e r 16
Direction
Miss M a r i o n P a r r e l
Cast
Mabel
Miss E l i z a b e t h N a g l e
Henrietta Brewster
Miss D o r o t h y B c n n i t
Stephen Brewster
Mr. E d w a r d H. Vines, J r .
President
F l o r e n c e Hason
Marjorie G r e e n m a n
William Comstock
K. Pease
Vice P r e s i d e n t
Henrietta Van Netten
lUith J a n s e n
Mildred G r a v e s
Georgiana Maai
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Georgiana M a a r
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Elizabeth C l a r k
If you do n o t believe t h a t w h a t is
sauce f o r the goose is sauce for the T r e a s u r e r
g a n d e r , c o m e to the play " S u p p r e s s e d
David S c h u t e s
D e s i r e s " a n d sec this old a d a g e
Evelyn P a l m e r
proved. T h e t h e m e of this play will
Marie Matheson
be of p a r t i c u l a r i n t e r e s t to all psychology s t u d e n t s since it deals in a R e p o r t e r
r e f r e s h i n g m a n n e r with the F r e u d i a n
Hilda S a r r
t h e o r y of d r e a m i n t e r p r e t a t i o n .
Helen Knowles
The d e n o u e m e n t of the plot comes
Marjorie Ott
when the wife discovers t h a t t h r o u g h
Page Mattice
her e n t h u s i a s m for psychoanalysis,
her sister discovers s u p p r e s s e d d e sire for " S t e p h e n . " I t is n o t s t r a n g e
t h a t the wife does n o t recognize
" S t e p h e n " to m e a n S t e p h e n , her
husband.
As f o r her h u s b a n d ' s d e s i r e s — c o m e to the college a u d i t o r i u m
on T u e s d a y n i g h t , O c t o b e r 10, and
see the a d v a n c e d D r a m a t i c ' s class
present "Suppressed Desires."
SECOND GAME WITH WORCESThis play, which is u n d e r the diT E R T E C H O C T O B E R 13
rection of M a r i o n F a r r e l l , is the first
of a series of o n e - a c t plays to be
presented by the class u n d e r the diS t a t e ' s grid w a r r i o r s w e r e d e f e a t e d
rection of individual m e m b e r s . H e l e nea Borsick will p r e s e n t the second by the St. L a w r e n c e U n i v e r s i t y eleven at the home of the S c a r l e t playplay at the end of October.
S t u d e n t s of the college will be ad- ers S a t u r d a y , Oct. 5, with a score of
mitted on p r e s e n t a t i o n of t h e i r s t u - 81 to 0
d e n t tax t i c k e t s .
Visitors a r c welAt no time w e r e S t a t e ' s men able
come. A n o m i n a l fee will be charged to gain on the St. L a w r e n c e line,
ut the door.
y e t d u r i n g no period did the P u r p l e
Gold let down on t h e i r playing,
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n d a t the end of the g a m e with
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C a m e r a s click! fj d e f e a t a c e r t a i n t y , t h e y w e r e still
H T a k e a c h a n c e on all y o u r s n a p 8 p u t t i n g up a stiff fight.
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While o u r men did n o t b r i n g a w a y
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the
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the U n i v e r s i t y -on t h e i r clean playing and s p o r t s m a n s h i p .
S t a t e ' s n e x t g a m e is with W o r c e s t e r Tech. a t W o r c e s t e r Oct. 13. H e r e
a g a i n o u r men a r c b u c k i n g u p a g a i n s t
a hard and fast p l a y i n g t e a m , b u t w e
c a n only hope f o r t h e best a n d back
t h e m u p to the finish.
In c o n n e c t i o n with t h e S t a t e
A f t e r t h r e e m o r e o u t of t o w n
T e a c h e r s Association Conveng a m e s S t a t e plays its first h o m e
tion, a S t a t e College A l u m n i
g a m e with the U n i o n frosh.
Here
d i n n e r will be held in t h e cafewe may e x p e c t some s n a p p y playing
t e r i a a t G o'clock the e v e n i n g
on the p a r t of the P u r p l e and Gold
of N o v e m b e r 27.
eleven,
First Game Lost
I Attention
Alumnae!
T h e 1923 freshmen of S t a t e College w e r e fully initiated last F r i d a y
Wil- e v e n i n g , Oct. 5, when the e n t h u s i a s t i c
m e m b e r s of the S o p h o m o r e class escorted them to l i m b e r g e r cheese and
O n e of the frosh
Oct. 2 7 — R o c h e s t e r O p t o m e t r y a t c a t s ' e y e b a l l s !
boldly asked if t h a t w a s the sophoRochester.
mores' diet! !
Nov. 2 — U n i o n Frosh at Albany.
The tortuous contrivances arranged
for t h e e v e n i n g m a d e e v i d e n t t h e
Nov. 1 0 — C o l g a t e Frosh at A l b a n y . fact t h a t sophs still held b i t t e r m e m ory of a similar e v e n t given for t h e i r
Nov. I 7—R. P. f. Frosh at A l b a n y .
benefit in 1922.
A f t e r much " u n d o i n g " of hair a n d
p o w d e r i n g of noses g e n e r a l l y , t h e
n e w c o m e r s w e r e blindfolded, and to
insure themselves t h a t n o t h i n g could
possibly be seen, the wise sophs
tucked coton up u n d e r the b a n d a g e s .
Down to the " d e a t h c h a m b e r " t h e
F r i d a y , O c t o b e r 12, at 8 o'clock frosh w e r e e s c o r t e d — a t first v e r y
in the g y m n a s i u m — t h e j u n i o r s will g a m e for the occasion, l a t e r feeling
give a masked p a r t y to the freshmen. the d u e solemnity, t r e m b l i n g and
The only r e q u i r e m e n t is a c a r d , a fearful.
When f e a l t y w a s pledged
mask, a n d a light h e a r t .
to the S o p h o m o r e class then t h e
f u n ( ? ) b e g a n ! I t w a s wasted t i m e
to curl t h a t hair so c a r e f u l l y a n d t o
p o w d e r t h a t nose, the good supply of
cold w a t e r immediately proved t h a t .
A q u a n t i t y of c r e a m and g r e e n p a i n t
w a s then a d m i n i s t e r e d . T h e victims
walked the t i g h t rope with g r e a t skill
and t h u s w e r e e n c o u r a g e d to t a k e
Editor-in-Chief
up the p r o f e s s i o n :
T h e sophs a r A n n i e H. Olson
ranged a little r o l l e r - c o a s t e r affair
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E v e l y n T. Duteller
Oct. 20—-Williams Frosh
liamstown.
at
Masquerade
Pedagogue Board
Literary Editors
M a r y Weiss,
A g n e s Nolan
Dorothy Davidson
Elizabeth M. Gibbons
Dorothy
Art Editors
Bcnnit
Nellie
Joke
Margaret Eaton,
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Editors
Elizabeth
Photo Editors
Stroup
Catherine
Maxim
Nagle
Russell
Advertising Managers
Esther Amos,
Marion Miller
Oliver P u t n a m ,
Edward Vines
Helen O r r
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Ada Bussey, Wilhelmina H c i n e m a n n
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T h e Q u a r t e r l y board u r g e s all s t u d e n t s , especially F r e s h m e n , to h a n d
in t h e i r c o n t r i b u t i o n s of prose or poe t r y for the Q u a r t e r l y .
T h e y may
be given to any editor of the Q u a r terly or left in the mailbox m a r k e d
"Quarterly."
All m a t e r i a l f o r t h e
N o v e m b e r Q u a r t e r l y is d u e on or b e fore O c t o b e r 15,
T h e editors also wish to r e m i n d
the s t u d e n t body of the prizes off e r e d each y e a r for the best piece
of prose and of p o e t r y c o n t r i b u t e d .
A first prize of fifteen dollars in
gold is presented for the best p o e m
and for the best prose article p r i n t e d
in the J u n e issue of last y e a r a n d
the first t h r e e issues of this y e a r .
I h e r e b y p r o m i s e to pay T h r e e Dollars ( 3 . 0 0 ) for one y e a r ' s s u b - J ;
scription to the S t a t e College N e w s for the yoar 1 9 2 3 .
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Vol VIII
Oct, 12, 1923
No. 3
Published weekly during the college
year by the Student Body of the New
York State College for Teachers at
Albany, New York.
The subscription rate is three dollars per year. Advertising rates may
be had on application to the business
manager.
(Articles, manuscripts, etc., must
be in the hands of the editors before
Monday of the week of publication,)
Editor-in-Chief
Dorothy V. Bennit, '24
Managing Editor
Mildred Kuhn, '24
Butineii Manager
Dorothy Jones, '24
Subscription Manager
Ruth Ellis, '24
Assistant Buiineu Managers
Lois More, '25
Associate Editors
Kathleen Furman, '25
Florence Platner, '25
Margaret Demarest, '25
Reporters
Helen Elliott, '20
Margaret Benjamin, '2(i
Joyce Persons, '20
Harry Godfrey, '20
G. A. A. HIKE HIGHLIGHTS
There were some startling features
about the G. A. A. hike on Saturday,
October 6. The sobering effect of
"Fat Man's Crevice" on the freshmen,
the spasms of agonized twisting one
resorted to in order to prevent one's
sausage from falling into the ashes—
and failed, Dr.1 Croasdale's brilliant
bandanna, and Miss Movis' improvised ball.
COLLEGE
NEWS,
OCT. 12, 1923
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Professor Kirtland has been mak-
At the Get Wise Party Friday, October fifth, the Freshmen discovered
a new kind of powder guaranteed to
make anv face immune to the devastation of the moth. They tasted a
delicate dish called "The Cats' Eye
Balls." Mayhap the learned Sophomores have been doing research work
in the cook books of King Tut. Material for .Freshman theme was enriched by such scholastic phrases as
"Pipe down." The wisdom imbibed
was considerable, and each Freshman
sagely remarked at the end of the
Party "that's that."
* * * *
ing some camera studies of the State
College buildings which he states are
the best things he has ever done. The
admiration which a view of the negatives invoked from the members of
the classes in which they were cxibited led Professor Kirtland to promise to have some proofs made if the
student wished to possess them.
* * * *
Coach Wognor gave the lecture to
the Freshmen in History 2 lust week
in the absence of Professor Hidlcy.
(Biff-Bang!)
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Dr. Thompson—(to his chorus of
Deep-laid plans of a certain group
State College songbirds) "Now, then, of Freshmen to steal the Sophomore
all together! Don't forget to come banner Friday night wore ruthlessly
in on your pinkies!"
squashed at Chapel that morning
* * * *
when it was announced that banner
Many students, especially football rivalry would positively not begin unmen, would greatly appreciate it If til after the freshmen have a banner
the amiable cafeteria maids would of their own.
# * # *
remember once in a while that all
their patrons haven't canary bird
Although the football team was abappetites. Dr. Croasdale might be sent last Friday night on the occawilling to give some advice concern- sion of the freshmen initiation, there
ing the size of the portions,
was ample evidence that all the line
* * * *
buckcrs in the college were not with
Doctor Hutchinson can go right the team. As one mass of underon teaching that men write the laws, classmen jammed their way from the
but every woman will continue to ice-cream table, loaded with the prewrite her own declaration of inde- cious booty, the incoming hordes conpendence.
tested every inch of ground, often
Now that Prof. Risley and his fa- driving the others hack to their
mous wise-cracks are sojourning in "goal posts," Coach Wegner certainEurope, giving the nobility the once- ly missed a good opportunity of pickover in an effort to find some good ing the women for his feminine footfootball material for Colgate, the ball eleven.
contest next spring for the most pop* * * *
ular professor will be interesting,
Great was the indignation among
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It is reported in semi-official circles some of the upperclassmen last Frithat many upper-classmen will repeat day night when they arrived at colHistory 2 next somestre so they can logo only to be refused admission to
learn something about feudalism, the gym where the initiation orgies
Anne Boleyn, Luther and the World
War, besides knowing that Henry the j were in progress, "Has all our disEighth would have made a wonderful \ ciplining gone for nothing?" bewailed
full-back on the All-Risley grid com- some of the men, remembering the
bination.
time when any assumption of authorThat reminds us of what the music
store clerk said to the young State ity by the present sophomores would
College student who inquired if he have had disastrous consequences.
had the song in stock—"No, we nave Eventually, however, someone reno 'Yes, We have No Bananas Today' lented and the upperclassmen were
today."
permitted to enjoy the "entertainBut, anyway, the world, and this ment provided by the freshmen in
includes freshmen and sophomores, arena.
will go on singing the tune until some
* * * *
Greek sells his fruit business to an
An increase in registration was deIrishman,
tected at the college Monday morn* * * *
"Tell a woman she is goodlooking, ing. Harvey Fenner of the Junior
and she always falls for it." This Class returned after a three weeks'
from that famous authority on the enforced absence due to illness.
deadlier sex, Professor Mohar.
(Cluck-CluckJ^
PROFESSOR KIRTLAND BRINGS
TO LIGHT SOME SUPPRESSED
DESIRES
It so happens as Dr. Russell would
diagnose us that we are "suffering
from a suppressed desire" to understand photography. "It came into
our consciences with a vengeance"
when Mr. Kirtland suggested that if
a certain number of students were
interested he would guide and teach
them photography!
Is it any wonder we're delighted!
Here we have an opportunity to really
learn photography and to save countless rolls of film. We possibly may
be able to take a picture of "Sis" thai
faintly resembles her. The old home
won't look like a rival of the "Leaning Tower." We may get pictures
that aren't as faint as Turkish cigarette smoke or as black as after dinner
coffee. We have an opportunity to
learn the neglected art of picture
taking.
Mr. Kirtland has studied photogra'GET WISE" PARTY
phy from an artistic and scientific
standpoint. He has struggled to interpret with his camera what others
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strive after with the brush. He has
put dollars in aparatus. He has zealously mastered this art. A course thinking it would be particularly enwith Prof. Kirtland would teach us I joyable for the freshmen since chilto appreciate and to express—two dren like noisy things. It was apbig aims of a college education. We j preciated. Each newcomer wore the
can imagine no rarer treat, we are j only pair of whole stockings he posanxious, we would be earnest, and Isesed as witnessed when the shoes
are sure our interest would "grow j were removed to take a short walk
stronger with every new thing."
over tacks They stepped as lightly
It seems if we were to appeal to \ as if they were walking on eggs. At
the faculty for a credit course at this | the branding station each one was
time it would confuse schedules, so branded with a red hot iron after
Mr. Kirtland has offered to give us which the jumping board was brought
lectures on the subject provided a j into use. During the entire evening
certain number of us are interested, i weird sounds came from ghosts and
Why not express ourselves in this' witches lurking about. The freshmen were quite ungrateful for the
matter?
menu so carefully prepared for them,
namely, limberger cheese and cats'
eyeballs! When all events had been
enjoyed to the utmost the freshmen
were left to readjust themselves.
Dancing began fmmediately and
refreshments consisting of brick ice
cream and cakes were served. There
was plenty of room for dancing since
the frosh had all they could do to
sort out their shoes from the large
pile. The sophomore class colors,
blue and white, were used in decoration together with the 1926 banner
which remained unmolested during
the evening.
COLLEGE CALENDAR
Friday, October 12
Chemistry Club—4:10 P.M. Room
250.
Junior-Freshman
Masquerade—
8:00 P.M.—Gym.
Saturday, October 13
Canterbury Club—3:30 P.M St.
Andrew's rectory.
Tuesday, October 16
Joseph Henry Society—7 ;30 P.M.
Room 150.
Y. W. C, A,—3:00 P.M.—Auditorium. .
French Club—4:00 P. M Room
100.
Newman House Meeting—Newman
House.
Wednesday, October 17
Classical Club—4:00 P.M.
Saturday, October 20
Campus Day.
TO EVERYBODY
Have you ever heard of Canterbury Club? If you are a sophomore
or upperclassman you have. If you
are a frosh you're going to, Are >ou
an Episcopalian, of are you unaffiliated with any other church? Then
join Canterbury Club. We're going
to begin the year by having a tea at
the rectory of St. Andrews church,
Maine Ave., Saturday, October, 1,'!, at
throe-thirty. Come and meet all the
members of Canterbury, also our now
advisor, Mr. Finlay, and lib wife. Wo
want you all to come, fo" wo want
to know you.
Signed,
The President of Canterbury Club.
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FACULTY NOTES
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The faculty council hold a meeting
on Monday afternoon, October 8. At.
half past throe the faculty members
of Phi Beta Kappa hold a meeting in
the president's office to discuss the
possibility of establishing a chapter
of State college.
The Alumni Association of the
Southern Tier held its semi-annual
meeting on October 0, About twenty
members attended the luncheon at
the Hans-Jones restaurant at which
Emma Wilbur, '17, presided and Gertrude Schmerhorn, '10, acted as songleader. The chief feature of the
meeting was an address by Dr. Brubacher. The oldest alumni present
was Mr. Tracy, '82.
Dean Pierce spent the week-end in
Now York City. Miss Perine was in
Cambridge, N. Y., over Saturday.
Dr. Brubacher spent Thursday, October 4, in New York City, in conference with the state architect on
plans for the new college buildings.
He reports rapid progress.
Miss Martinez is making arrangements for meetings of a modern language conference in connection with
the State Teacher Association convention which will be held here
Thanksgiving week.
Dr. Brubacher will address the Columbia County Teachers Association
at a meeting in Filmont on Thursday
of this week.
Dean Pierce, who is an officer of
the "National Deon of Women Association" will spend the week-end in
Detroit at a meeting of the association. On her way.back she will stop
off at Buffalo to atend a luncheon,
where she will meet the western
alumni and discuss the Residence
Hall project.
STATE
FIRST FRESHMAN LECTURE
Dean Pierce gave her first lecture
to the Freshman women Thursday afternoon. She warned them that each
one, from the first day of her college
course, was making a reputation for
herself, and, that it was a chance
to begin a fresh page, and to change
habits which had made former acquaintances think her peevish, selfish, or the like. She also gave them
some advice on how to study, telling
them that the best results could be
obtained by having definite hours for
study, and equally definite hours for
recreation, keeping up lessons day by
day, studying hard, but not incessantly.
COLLEGE
NEWS,
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That joke you heard,
It was absurd
But as I said
Put It in PED!
OCT.
12,
1923
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KA-KAR
j Kappa Delta welcomes Into full
I membership Louise Austin, '25, Carolyn Coleman, '20 and Louise Gold| smith, '20.
Kappa Delta welcomes Louise
j Austin as one of its house girls.
Gamma chapter) of Kappa Delta
It ho fraternity welcomes the following men as pledge members: William
Gardner, special; Ralph Harris, '27;
Edwin Van Kleek '27; John Stearn
'27; William Clark '27; George K.
Pease, '27, and Her ford Smith, '27.
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CIRCUS COMES TO TOWN
The circus is coming to town, or
rather the circus is already here, but
it hasn't mobilized. To come down
to cases, this year Campus Day will
take the form of a regular circus,
with all the (ixin's. There will be
animals an' clowns an' three rings
and tlie whole of the "Greatest Show
on Earth" will parade through the itmtmtituiiimiv.tnniiitttMtttw,titititx
streets of Albany. The talent',' SureSIGN FOR PED
jj
ly there are enough gifted ones in |j
H
When you pay your
State for this production.
Student Tax
"Wait for the big show a week H
CITIZENSHIP SCHOOL
International, national and civic from tomorrow" is the counsel of the
A FRESHMAN'S VIEW
problems are to be studied at the members of the committee from the
annual citizenship school to be con- four classes which met last Tuesday
Like sheep to the slaughter is the
ducted at State College November 15, to plan the details.
only expression which describes the
16 and 17, by the New York State i
initiation of the 350 freshmen last
LETTER MEN AS MATERIAL
League of Women Voters.
The number of letter men still in Friday evening. The only hitch was
Louis It. Marshall of Syracuse, State shows that the college will hav due to the fact that some of the sheep
widely known authority on constitu- good material to build upon this year.t seemed to think they were goats and
tional law, will address the school. Present students wearing the " S " in- were inclined to be balky. Taken all
Mr. Marshall is a prominent figure clude:
in all, however, the initiation was one
of the best in many years. Under
in Albany, having taken an importhe careful watch of Myskania,
tant role in the sensational Socialist
NEW SOCIETY FORMED
Once upon "^
trial of the Assembly a few years ago.
To the great number of societies seconded by Prof. Hastings, who,
Other speakers at the school this and clubs claiming State College stu- from an elevated post swept the gym
floor
with
eagle
eyes,
the
freshmen
year include Mrs. Franklin D. Roose- dents as members, a new one has
velt, wife of the former secretary been added, namely, the Menorah wore put through their paces in a
of the navy under President Wilson; Society. This is an intercollegiate way satisfactory to the most bloodDr. William H. Kirkpatrick of Teach- organization founded for the purpose thirsty Sophomores. Evidently they
er's college, Columbia university, and of creating a common bond between realized the solemnity of the occasion, which was' further impressed
Mrs. Charles L. A. Whitney, chair- Jewish students.
man of the Albany county league.
The first regular meeting of the I upon them by an unseen oracle whose
The school will also be participated year was held at the college Sept. 20. j voice bade them approach the ordeal
(The
in by members of the college faculty The following are the officers elected; with becoming seriousness.
'• awe-inspiring voice, by the way, was
including Dr. Brubacher, Dr. Hutch- for the year:
President
Sophie
Cohen,
'24
that
of
Harrv
Godfrey
of
the
"News"
inson, Professor Walker and ProfesVice President Charlotte Isenburg '20 staff.)
sor llidley.
Secretary
Mary) Ralf '20 I Shivering (or maybe laughing inCorresp'g Sec'y ...Sophie Gertskin '26 warcily) after the portentous words
II FOUR O'CLOCK PRACTICE jj Treasurer
Ada Berkowitz, '25 | of the dignified Mr. Godfrey, the
|J S O C C E R — M o n d a y — W e d n e s d a y ! ; Reporter ,
.Esther Gordon '26 F r o s h w c r o p i u n A . a d down the dark
II H O C K E Y — T u e s d a y — T h u r s d a y | |
Ruby Herman 2(> and Ruth Lau- n m l , s t ,e
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are
the
representatives
of the
?P descent t o t h e , o w o r r c "
Kmmtmtwt:mmm:ttt:H::m:s:s:t:mm members on the executive council.
' Kions where unseen demons had proBUDGET APPROVED
Hereafter, the meetings of the society pared tortures for them. After the
The student assembly of October will be held bi-monthly.
tack walking, cheeses eating and
5, in charge of MysUania was almost
I he first executive council meeting , , •
, , ,
„,..,.,,,„., f h f ,
lnul
entirely devoted to measures of ad- was held Oct, 2. Plans were discussed , , f i
, , lfin<lurc<1' t n c
justment.
for having, in the near future, a tea freshmen approached the supreme
Announcements were read by Mar- to which all Jewish students at State test, the cats' eyes eating. All the
j torture of the doomed were combined
jorie Bellows, secretary of assembly. College are cordially invited.
Among-the outstanding events of the
While I
pondered
BASKETBALL
'• m " 1 ' s ' a s ' ; "stunt," and when it was
season will be Campus Day, October
Caton, Juckett, Gainor, Landon, j o v c l ' t l l ( ; freshmen were revived by
20, and on Friday, 12th, a Hollowe'on
W
e
^
K
-Ejnci
weary
masquerade for Juniors and Fresh- Sherley; Football, Caton, Juckctt, j violent exercise, consisting of beingvyea k - - and
Hayes, Beever, Crane, Roberts, Smith,! dragged through a noisy collection or
men.
Howe, Crawford, Sage.
Baseball,
The student budget was brought Crane, Juckett, Caton, Stahlman, Cas- wands, dumb-bells and Indian Clubs.
before the asembly by the president savant, Roberts, Daley Gainor, Smith. When the bandages had been reEvelyn Dutcher.
A motion was
Forrest Caton and Ed Juckett are moved from their eyes, the freshmen
passed that the balance on hand be both 3-S men.
took delight in watching their tardy
given to the dormitory fund, and
classmates suffer. Then all they had
SWELL—SWELLING
not be used in the general funds to
The Dormitory Fund is still swell- j t o d o w a s t o f i m l t h c i l ' Particular shoe
slightly reduce the coming tax levy,
Miss Scotland, who was in in a pile of three hundred and to
making the individual student tax ing.
of the benefit movie, "Main move a mixture of talcum powder,
twelve dollars. After a short discus- charge
Street," given at the "Strand" last pulverized moth balls and green and
sion and a defeated attempt to amend week, hopes to realize at least one
the motion that the standing budget hundred and twenty-five dollars from white paint from their faces.
be accepted, the original motion was the project. A more accurate report
"Wait until next year and see what
of its financial success will appear we do to the class of 102S," were the
carried.
later.
For the special edification of the
final words of most of the freshmen
freshmen, Edna Shaffer read the colas they loft the building after the
DUMB BUT HAPPY
lege traditions, and stated rules govHave you noticed the "verdant dancing.
erning interclass rivalry. We were freshmen" with their still more verpleased to find that the regulation dant caps? Last Monday morning, {I
The Eastern Branch of the
regarding banner rivalry gives the when the freshmen men made their »t Alumni Association of State
Q,Uof h -tfte r3ve n
first
appearance
on
the
campus,
their
|
|
College
will hold a dinner in
men and women equal opportunity to new headgear was instantly the cen|
|
the
college
cafeteria
Monday
carry out their own methods of ban- ter of attraction of and the cause of
ever more.;
H evening, November 3, at 6
ner protection and ejection without many remarks. One fine thing about ** o'clock. After the dinner the
the
"cute
little
caps"
is
that
they
exeach other's assistance.
•| regular fall business meeting
pose one's ears to the view, and the
Assembly clismised after a sing in upperclassmen can enjoy the redden- tt will take place including the
|
| election of officers for the enDr. Brubacher's honor, and a cheer ing effect that their critical remarks Jt suiiv.v year.
have upon those organs.
of Dean Metzler.
J
"tf
Page Four
STATE
COLLEGE
NEWS,
OCT.
12,
1923
WHO'S WHO
Political Science
President
Cut out this list nncl pin over your Esther Amos
Edith Wiggins
Treasurer
desk beside your class schedule,
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Spanish
Student Association
COMPLETE SPORT EQUIPMENT
Margaret
Eaton
President
Evelyn Dutcher
President
Mary O'Haro
Treasurer 39-43 State Street
Albany, N. Y.
Dramatic and Art
Classes
Dorothy V. Bennlt
President
Senior
Mary Vedder
Treasurer
Edna Shttfor
President
Whipped Cream or Marshmallow Served Here
Music Association
Frederick Scott
Treasurer
Mary Weiss
President
YOUR CHOICE
Junior
Margery Bayless
Treasurer
Alice Daly
President
TRY A TEDDY BEAR OR JUNIOR SPECIAL
"News"
Treasurer
Harvey Fenner
HOME MADE CANDIES A SPECIALTY
Dorothy Bennit
Editor-inChief
Sophomore
Dorothy Jones
Business ManaR'ar
CANDY, SODA, STATIONERY and SCHOOL SUPPLIES—HAIR NETS
Herbert CampBell
President
BOX CANDY FROM 3f) CENTS A POUND UP
Quarterly
Muriel Wcngol
Treasurer
Aileen Wallace
Editor-in-Chief
Annie Olson
Business Manafter j
Albany Hardware & Iron Co.
KETCHUMS AND SNYDER
Girls' Athletic Association
Wilhelmlna Heineman
President j
Margaret Benjamin
Treasurer
C. P. L O W R Y
Y. W. C, A.
Pearl Knipe
Dorothea Diet/,
President
Treasurer
171 CENTRAL AVENUE
Clubs
Canterbury
Marjory Bayless
Betty Hodnes
President
Treasurer
Compliments of
President
COLLEGE CANDY SHOP
Chemistry
Dorothy Wosterman
Mildred Kuhn
Alice Sisson
Treasurer
Classical
President
Treasurer
French
Elizabeth Gibbons
Pearl Knipe
Below Robin Street
Albnny, N. Y.
W
WITH THE
"CO-OP"
tSTABUSHED-IBB7
ALBANY
PRINT SHOP, Inc.
394-396 BROADWAY
ALBANY, N. Y.
Special Attention Given Work
for Student Societies
PHONE MAIN 2660
PRINTERS
Marinello Shop
OF
THE
STATE
Alice F. Buckley
111 State Street
ALBANY, N. Y.
•£
AttCr
A universal custom
(hat benefits everybody
Everv
TZ
COLLEGE
NEWS
FRANK H. EVORY & CO.
General Printers
36-38 Beaver Street
ALBANY, N. Y.
91 Steps East of Pearl Street
\
Aid* digestion, JHasljuujtmt Omit jstynp
B. HARBINGER, Prop.
y / soothes the throat. GiftsHAROLD
and Cards Fur All Occasion!
f l C 3 I c'eanses tne teetn'
Special Rales to Students
IDEAL RESTAURANT
GEORGK P. IIAMP, Prop.
Supper 40c.—5 p. m. to 8 p. m
Special Chicken Dinner Sundays, 60c, 12 M. to 8 P. M.
WRIGLEYS
& good thing
244 WASHINGTON AVENUE
ALBANY. N. Y.
2 Blocks Below The College
State College
Cafeteria
toremember
Phone West 4472
ALBANY, N. Y.
6 DOORS ABOVE LARK STREET
Sealed in
its Purity
Package
Luncheon or dinner
STAHLER'S
PURE WHIPPED CREAM SERVED ON SPECIALS
NO EXTRA CHARGE
All prices of box chocolates fresh from the factory
at 39 cents pound box and up
299 CENTRAL AVENUE
12:00—1:00
OSHER'S SHOE REPAIR
SHOP
2 8 Central A v e . A l b a n y , N. Y.
Phone West 2344
Call a n d D e l i v e r y S e r v i c e
Central Avenue's Leading Confectionery
and Ice Cream Parlor
Phone W 869 J
W e will s u p p l y all your
College Needs
CORNER-HUDSON AVE.**> SO.PEML.
FOR ALL DEGREES
Ideal Service
208 WASHINGTON AVENUE
IF YOU
CO-OPERATE
Caps --- Clowns ---Hoods
President
Treasurer
Regular Dinner 40c.—11 a. m. to 3 p, m.
Dealers in All Kinds of
Freah and Salt M e a t
and Poultry
348 State Street, Corner Lark
Telephones 544 and 543
E make fountain pens write.
We have the tools and
the men who know
how, right here in our
store, where we have
repaired thousands.
ertttPENCOBNERi
Cotrell & Leonard
President
Treasurer
G. Wiley & Bro.
* » — %
m. ~
Joseph Henry
President
Oliver Putnam
Pauline Wilcox
Treasurer
Mathematics
Dorothy Waterman
President
Harvey Pennor
Treasurer
Menorah
President
Sophie Cohen
Treasurer
Gertrude Kriegcr
Newman
PHONE WEST 3959
UP-TOWN JEWELER
Home Economics
Jessie Wayman
President
Agnes Nolan
Mary Dardess
298 CENTRAL AVENUE
Quality
LAST (BUT WOT LEAST
SILKS
And Dress Goods At
HEWITTS SILK SHOP
Over Kresges S and
10c. Storei
15-17 No. Pearl St.
The
A'l
Gateway Press
QUALITY 'PRINTERS
YOUR ELBOW-WEST
336 Central Avenue
2037
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