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NEW YORK STATE COLLEGE FOR T E A C H E R S
ESTABLISHED BY THE CLASS OF 1918
Vol. VIII
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No. 8
WHITING CONCERT
FIRST MUSIC TREAT
OF THE SEASON
FRENCH AND" ENGLISH
, FOLK SONGS
Students Admitted on Tax Ticket
The Music Association of State
College is presenting a most unique
program on Friday evening, November 16, at Chancellor's Hall. The
artists will include Miss Loraine Wyman, soprano, who is considered the
finest American interpreter of folk
songs; Mr. George Barrere, flute, and
Mr. Arthur Whiting, harpsichord, arc
men of world-wide reputation.
College students will be admitted
on presentation of student tax tickets.
One dollar and fifty cents will
be charged for others. Dr. Thompson wishes to impress the State College students with the fact that unless these concerts are well attended
it will be impossible to secure artists
in the future that are of exceptional
ability.
THE CONCERT PROGRAM
Miss Loraine Wyman—Soprano.
Mr. George Barrere—Flute
Mr. Arthur Whiting—Harpsichord
T. Flute and Harpsichord, Sonata in
B minor
Handel
(1) Largo—vivace
(2) Presto
(3) Adagio—Gavotte
II Soprano, Folksongs—Old English
(1) The Outlandish Knight
(2) My Johnnie Was a Shoemaker
(3) The Nightingale
and
the
(4) King
Herod
Roasted Cock
Gluck
III Flute, Airs and Dances
(1) Armide
(2) Iphigenie
(3) Orpo
IV Harpsichord, Four Pieces
Scarlatti
(1) Sonata in D minor
(2) Sonata in B flat major
(3) Siciliano in F major
(4) Sonata in F minor
V Soprano, Chansons Populaires
Old French
(1) Quand jo menais mes chevaux boire
(2) L'etat des filles
(3) Disons le chapelot
(4) II etait une bergere (with
flute)
(5) Lc Chateau d'amour
(6) Au bois Rossignlot
FRENCH CONVERSATION
COURSE FOR CREDIT
W e e k l y Meetings in the Educational
Building
A course in French is to be given
by Professor Simonin at the State
Education building on Tuesdays at
five o'clock in room 304. It is the
purpose of the course to familiarize
the student with the elements of the
French language. Particular attention is to be given to pronunciation.
University credit of two hours will
be given to those qualified. Open to
all students for a fee of fifteen dollars. Registration may be made until
November 20.
« few
$3.00 |»7pfr
ALBANY, N. Y., NOVEMBER 16, 1923
LAST CHANCE TO PAY
STUDENT TAX
Those students who have not
as yet paid their Student tax
will be given an opportunity to
do so Thursday, November 22.
Taxes will be taken in the History office from nine to twelve
in the morning and from two
to four in the afternoon. This
is the last chance to pay your
tax. Therefore plan to have
twelve dollars put aside for that
day.
MODERN LANGUAGE CONVENTION NOVEMBER 272 8 A T S T A T E COLLEGE
LAST GAME OF SEASON TOMORROW
R. P. I. FROSH TO BATTLE STATE
T W O P L A Y S T O B E S T A G E D Colgate game cancelled at eleventh
WEDNESDAY IN
AUDITORIUM
"Two Crooks and a Lady"
"Between the Soup and the Savory"
The Advanced Dramatics class will
present two short plays on Wednesday evening, November 21, in the
College auditorium. The first of the
plays will be "Two Crooks and A
Lady" by Eugene Pillot.
The characters of the play will be
taken by: Ethel Persic, maid; John
Cassavant, the crook; Edward Vines,
the policeman; Edna Shaffer, Mrs.
Simula Vane; Helen Orr, Miss Jones.
"Between the Soup and the Savory" by Gertrude Jennings will be
the second.
It is a story of a love-sick maid who
lives in a land of dreams and who
builds castles in the air of her
kitchen. Mario, the cook, will be presented by Margaret Eaton; Ada, a
maid, presented by Beatrice Martin;
and H'Emily, a sculory maid, played
by Marjorie Bayless.
hour
When the final curtain falls tomorrow on the 1!)23 football season,
State College will stand out in the
limelight as one of the few smaller
co-educational institutions promoting
the great man's game. Tlio end of
the second season of the gridiron
sport at State definitely proves that
football teams are possible at the
college.
As a "chaser" to the season's sparkling events, the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute freshmen will lake the
field against the Purple and Gold
clad battlers tomorrow afternoon at
Ridgefield park, Eleventh hour developments made impossible the playing of last week's scheduled contest
with the Colgate Cubs and Coach
Wegner and bis charges are looking
forward to a great game tomorrow.
Spanish Entertainment by College
Students Tuesday Morning
At the Annual Meeting of the New
York State Modern Language Association to bo held in the Auditorium
of State College foij Teachers, on
November 27 and 28, Professor J.
Moreno Lacalle will speak and Miss
Martinez will have charge of conducting the Spanish Round Table. On
Wednesday, November 28, a typical
FAMOUS SPEAKERS
Spanish program presented by high
ADDRESS CITIZENSHIP
school and college students, will also
be given under the direction of Miss "CRIBBING" TO BE PUNISHABLE
SCHOOL IN CHAPEL
Martinez. The following is the comBY EXPULSION AND PUBplete program for the meeting of the
LICITY
Students urged to attend Meetings
Association:
Expulsion and publicity are the
Friday and Saturday
weapons to be used against "cribThe Citizenship School, which is
bing"
in
the
future
at
State
College.
being held in the College Auditorium,
Program—Tuesday, November 27
Dr. Brubacher and the faculty are
!):15—Reports of the Secretary-Trea- determined to clamp the lid on the will conclude its session November
This school, conducted by the
surer, the Chairmen of Sec- (low of illicit knowledge, and by so 17.
League of Women Voters, aims to
tions and Committees.
doing hope to bring about the "honor give instruction to women on world
10:00—The Review Lesson in Lan- system" at State College.
and national problems. Among the
guage Teaching, Prof. J. MoAppealing to the students as prosreno Lacalle, Dean of the pective high school instructors, Dr. famous speakers to address the scliooi
Mrs. Franklin B, Roosevelt,
Spanish School, Middlebury Brubacher, in his last student assem- are:
Louis Marshall, and General Allen,
College, Middlebury, Vt.
bly talk impressed upon the minds of the commander of our troops during
Discussion.
the students the need of cultivating
1.1:00—The Application of Phonetic honesty in examinations. In chronic the occupation of Germany.
Students are invited to attend any
Symbols and Phonetic Trans- cases, expulsion will be the panacea,
cription to the Teaching of he declared, whereas in less serious of the lectures free of charge.
French Pronunciation, Prof. cases, publicity will be used as a
Anna, Woods Ballard, Tea- means of cure.
'21 SETS ROUND ROBIN
chers College, Columbia UniStudents caught "cribbing" and
versity.
PRECEDENT AT STATE
who can give a fairly reasonable exMiss Ballard requests that cuse will be called upon to give their
questions be asked during the apology to the faculty and in turn it Bound volume of '21 to be published
for one dollar
course of her paper, rather will be read in student assembly.
than afterward. She is anThe class of '21 has originated a
xious to make her talk as
"brand-new" idea for keeping its
practical as possible and inThe Newman Alumnae dance members in touch with each other.
vites the fullest discussion.
which was to have been held
A committee was appointed which
November 19 at Wolfert's Roost has sent out a circular letter to every
12:00—Adjournment.
has been postponed indefinitely. member of the class asking what ho
2:00—The Functions of the Annotaor she has been doing since leaving
tor, Dr. Alexander Green,
college. The letters are now coming
Modern Language
Editor
PHYSICS DEPARTMENT TO. in to the committee, surprising them
with D. C. Heath & Co.
HAVE NEW COURSE IN with news that one is married,
Discussion.
RADIO SCIENCE
another taking extension courses,
ci:00—The European Drama of ToThe Physics department refuses to others telling the joys and trials of
day, Prof. - Marion P. Whitteaching, and enclosing one dollar.
be
left
far
behind
in
collegiate
adney, Vassal College.
vancement. The commercial depart- These letters are to be printed and
Discussion and questions.
bound
and called the "Bound Letters
ment,
in
offering
next
January
a
4:00—French, Spanish and German
course in office machine practice, has of ' 2 1 . " For one dollar each memRound Tables:
ber
of
'21 can learn what every other
The French Round Table will made the first step, but this is imme- member has been doing in the past
be in charge of Prof. Jas. diately followed by the announce- two years. Any other students desirMason (Cornell University). ment that a course in radio will be ing this interesting and useful volMiss
Francisca
Martinez presented to the Physics I class next ume can obtain one by sending a
Professor Hale is contem
(State College for Teachers, semester.
plating the purchase of modern 0 Har to the committee. This idea is
Albany) will have charge of equipment which not only will make nentirely
new to State College and it
the Spanish Round Table. the course a more practical one, but j j s i l o n e ( i that other classes will folProf, Decker (State College which will inevitably deepen the stu- j o w the example of '21.
(Continued on page 4)
dents' interest in this particular phaso
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of his work.
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STATE
fctafe (hritap Jfema
Vol VIII
Nov. 16, 1923
No. 8
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
Business Manager
Dorothy Jones, '24
Subscription Manager
Ruth Ellis, '24
Assistant Business Managers
Hildegarde Liebich, '24
Lois More, '25
Aisociate Editors
Kathleen Furman, '28
Florence Platner, '25
Margaret Demarest, '25
COLLEGE
NEWS,
NOV.
16,
1923
PLAIN FACTS
Almost every year it has been necessary to preach honesty and square
dealing to the student body because
of cheating, stealing and loss of student self respect. The number of
cases involved varies. For the most
part the number is small, but not
small enough.
Within the last week Dr. Brubacher
had to give a warning to the entire
student Dody that cribbing in examinations would be punishable by expulsion. Within the same week a
package of U. S. mail was takon from
the mail box by someone other than
the owner. A bad start for a new
college year.
The News aims to give facts not
moral lessons. The above are facts
which must bo dealt with. Tho result
of the dealing will determino tho publishing of more facts of the same
kind. It is your publication. You
are responsible for what is printed
therein.
Fountain, Footlights and Senator
Feature in last meeting
Y. W. C. A. has gone in for stage
settings, and dramatic effect. Standing in the glare of the footlights, with
a fountain playing behind her, and
a blue spotlight directed at her face,
Priscilla Jones conducted a most
unique song-serviqe Tuesday afternoon, November 6. After one song
about "healing waters", Miss Jones
suggested that less appropriate subjects bo chosen.
Meanwhile the distracted leader of
the meeting, Miriam Snow, rushed
about trying to locate the speaker,
Senator Wisewall. He finally appeared, just as Miss Jones' arm was
getting lame, and gave a very timely
and interesting talk on political parties. Ho showed why they are necessary, and why levery voter should
affiliate with one or the other of the
great parties. His speech was greatly enjoyed, although it might not
have seemed so to an outsider, when
half the audience walked out at the
ringing of the 3:50 bell. Taken
from any angle, this Election Day
meeting wus an unusual one.
Harvey Fenner is not being initiated. When ho patrols the corridors of the science building, wearing a long rubber apron and drawings
an express cart loaded with bottles,
he is simply transporting apparatus,
from one lab to another.
* * *
Probably if Miss Futterer could
stage one of her wonderful dramatic
acts in) the State Legislature next
January she might get an increase in
salary. It is customary for the legislature to spend other people's money for their enjoyment. It is about
time Miss Futterer got her slice.
MARY KILLIP ADAMS, '63, DIES
One of the oldest and most loyal
members of the State College Alumni
Association, Mary Killip Adams, '63,
died last week at her home in Albany.
Last June, an active and interested
* * *
alumnus, she celebrated her sixtieth PROFESSOR YORK TO SPEAK ON
Inasmuch as the Gamma Gazette
anniversary by attending the alumni
COMMERCIAL TEACHING
is
being
kept
so secret, certain stuconvention held at the college. The
Reporters
AT NEW ENGLAND
dents are beginning to wonder if it
loss of so loyal a graduate is reHelen Elliott, '26
CONVENTION
is anything like the Police Gazette.
gretted by many.
Margaret Benjamin, '26
Professor York will soon be en That would be one good reason for
Joyce Persons, '26
route to Boston to attend a conven- secrecy.
Harry Godfrey, '26
MISS FERINE RECOVERING
tion of the "New England Commer* * *
Jerome Walker, '25
cial Teachers' Association" at RockSLOWLY FROM ACCIDENT
Laughter is beneficial and Ameribury high school. Professor York
Miss Perine, who was injured in will take part in tho speaking, his can children are bettor at it than
an accident recently, is recovering as topic being, "Commercial Teaching. English youngsters, says a London
rapidly as possible under the circumLOVE NOTES
educator. Now we are positive that
stances. It has been discovered that TWO STUDENTS TO PERFECT Dr. Conwell is an American-bred
"A test either Friday or Monday I a bone has been cracked, and, altho
child.
VIOLIN TECHNIQUE UNDER
will U
be
slow
in „.
mending,
the docK h ™ h B !81t *tietr r hf-y i n g Wg hr eor £ ! U P if >r an n f C, H . ,this W...
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ALBANY ARTIST
w
wSLT
'f a general
T ' panicky
t'
tor
she will
be around at
"The college girl is growing. Since
whisperings,
and
, tsays
' i t hthat
i
t_
An
enriched orchestra!
Ethel
least Wltmn a moiun
/lustration until the class vote decides
'
Persk, '26, and Mary Wenctawowicz, 1884 she has sprouted an average of
that the test will be Monday,
'27, both excellent violinists, are plan one and three-tenths inches. She alsoAnd then we hear wild chatter Y. W. C. A. TO SEND DELEGATES ning to study under Mr. Earl Hum- is putting on weight, her waist measabout billet-doux. From the filibus- TO INDIANAPOLIS CONVENTION mel,, well-known violinist of Albany. urement is larger and her lung capacity has improved." So says a noted
tering and the agitation we gain the
Once upon a time, away back in
explicit knowledge that a billet-doux
RESIDENCE HALL HAS THREE publication. There are still hopes f o r
a
woman's football team at State.
is some kind of horrifying menace 1020, Y. W. C. A. was probably as
NEW PLEDGES
which we get via the mailbox and eager in taking advantage of possiProfessor Kirtland, addressing tha
Residence Hall is getting a good compilers of prefixes beginning with
which transports us immediately to bilities for raising money as she apthe regions of the Inferno. Its chief pears to be this fall. Her problem foundation. In the past week cash "D", in English 20—
aim and purpose, we gather, is to was the same, how to gather together receipts have amounted to $105.
"For what does 'dis' stand, you
take the joy out of living and espec- sufficient funds to send delegates to There have been two new pledges and 'D' people?"
ially out of our Thanksgiving vaca- the Student Volunteer World Quad- an increase of three new pledges.
* * *
rennial Conference. Even the fact Optomistic views canont be misundertion.
stood from these encouraging reports.
One poor little freshman has had
But when the smoke of excitement that the expense of each delegate will The
more
the
fund
grows
the
sooner
the
misfortune
of dropping a flat-iron
be
eighty
dollars
will
not
prevent
the
blows away and our minds are reon her toe and has been forced to
stored to normalcy after that awful organization from sending at least the Hall will be built.
take
her
cuts
before Thanksgiving.
night-mare of cramming for mid-se- six representatives out to IndianapBeware, you freshmen who a r e
CANDLE LIGHTING
mesters, we gradually become ration- olis to listen to the presentation of
hoarding cuts with care, for the
SERVICE
al again. Why, billet-doux really world problems, and discuss them
The Candle Lighting Service will "goblins" will get you if you don't
means a love note. Nothing so terri- with world renowned leaders.
be held in the Y. W. C. A. meeting watch out."
fying in that, is there? No, we admit hesitatingly; in fact we all ra- RUTH ELLIS ELECTED ORCHES- Tuesday. November 20, for the pur* * #
pose of receiving freshmen into memther like to receive love notes—that
The new song of the Faculty a s
TRA PRESIDENT
bership. It will be in charge of the "cub" reporters hover about:
is, if they are nice. Well, we can't
sincerely say that we like to receive
"I have a little shadow
On the evening of Tuesday, No- president of Y. W., Pearl Knipe. This
a billet-doux along in the latter part vember 6, State's orchestra assembled is one of the most solemn and importhat goes in and out with me.
of November, yet we shouldn't allow for the purpose of electing officers. tant services of the organization.
But what can bo the use of him
ourselves to become too petrified over Thirty members will be included in
is more than I can see."
it.
"Where, oh where are the Jolly
the orchestra this year, and, of this POLI SI DOUBLES MEMBERSHIP
Poli Si Club has doubled its mem- Juniors?"
Now you see it's just a little love number, the following have been
bership!
On
Friday
evening,
NovemAsk "Ed."
note from the faculty reminding us chosen as officers:
ber, 9, fifty new members were iniPresident—Ruth Ellis
of their great iove. If they didn't
* * *
tiated into its circle. Blanch Kilmer
love us, they would be perfectly conSecretary—Dorothy Hoyt
What was the grand "rush" on theand her committee of helpers, provitented to let us flunk their courses.
Librarian—Isabelle Wallace
part
of
seniors
after assembly last
Therefore, a billet-doux proves their
Arrangements Committee: Percy ded an interesting program of stunts Friday? They tore
madly in the lifor the group. A brief talk, citing
regard by telling us that we are on
Briggs, Hilton Gillette.
brary
with
collars
derranged and'
the aims and purposes of the club
the wrong path to glory.
gowns
spread
widely.
Perhaps their
was
given
by
Professor
Walker,
an
Professor Candlyn will direct the
So if we do happen to get a billethonorary member. After spending wings had just taken root and they
doux, let's take it in the right spirit. orchestra, Thyra Be Vier will be the an
were
trying
to
make
use
of them.
hour
of
their
time
in
the
college
We can give our instructor a bigger pianist and Percy Briggs, the first cafeteria enjoying substantial refresh- DR. HASTINGS REVEALS LITERmeasure of hard work and concentra- violinist. Meetings are scheduled for ments, the old and new members reARY
PREFERENCE
tion. I t is a case of all to gain and Tuesday evenings, and will be two
again to the gymnasium where , In a recent number of the English
nothing to lose—therefore why not hours in length. All who are inter- paired
passed the rest of the evening Bulletin, published by the New York
ested in the playing of musical in- they
risk the hazard?
State Association for Teachers, Dr.
in
dancing.
struments are cordially invited to
Hastings had an article entitled: "A
join.
WIN THE LAST GAME!
WIN THE LAST GAME! Word from the Devil's Advocate."
STATE
Mmir
IGHTS
Tragic drama nautet dUcuation of
ttudent literary taite
Broadway has its Ruth Draper, but
State College has a leading rival of
the great protean artist in Agnes
Futteror. After witnessing her marvelous dramatic ability of a week ago,
students are agreed that a comparable actress is yet to be found in
these parts.
It would not bo fair to attempt to
put in script an appreciation of Miss
Futtercr's tri-character impersonation
of Keith, Larry and Wanda of John
Galsworthy's drama. It was Miss Futtercr's first public appearance, so to
speak, in the student assembly and
that in itself created a condition adding to the unusualness of the acting.
Probably because the selection was
not particularly appropriate to the
audience, it is the opinion of many
that Miss Futterer might be more
pleasing in lighter drama.
Miss Futterer certainly does the
teaching profession of New York
state a great honor by her presence
in its membership. Apparently the
call of the footlights has not yet extinguished the flame of her devotion
to the class room. Lucky it is for
State College.
COLLEGE
NEWS.
SCHEDULED FOR
DECEMBER
A silver loving cup, class numerals,
arm bands, and class honor will be
at stake on Monday, December 17, at
the annual Christmas gym meet for
the under classes. Competition in
set and original exercises on iloor
and horse is open to individuals,
and in routine gymnastic work to the
classes as units. Sign up on the G.
A. A. bulletin board, attend the practices, learn the commands—and your
class will win.
NOV. 16.
BROADCAST
1923
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Ernest O'Brien and John Lako havo
been added to the membership of
Sigma Nu Kappa, bringing the total
enrollment up to twenty-six, the largest in the history of the fraternity.
Next year Sigma Nu Kappa plans
to take over another section of the
house at Washington avenue and Partridge street and will then be able to
house twenty or twenty-five men.
Mrs. Myrtle Van Gelder spent the
week-end with her daughter Marilla
at the Kappa Delta House.
Miss Doris Austin of Russell Sage
College spent the week-end with her
sister Phoebe Austin at the house.
Lcwollyna Gill is staying at the
Home Economics Practice House.
Dean Pierce has been made chairman of the health committee of the
NEWS DEALER
National Association of Deans of
Women.
Cigars, Candy and Stationery
MUSICAL TREAT
Hilda Hayes, '22, was a guest of Developing A Printing Camera Films
The Music club presented a most Helen Conklin at the Beta Zotu House
Electric Supplies
pleasing program on November 8 for the week-end.
consisting of a recital of cello solos
Helen Jacoby of Drew Seminary D n " y P ^ r U m , n y
205 CENTRAL AVE.
given by Ruth Johnson, '25, accom- was a guest of Adalaid Wllkins at
8
panied by Thyra Be Vier, '26. The the Beta Zcta House for the weekselections played were:
end,
Traumcrei—Schuman
Elizabeth Hartnett and Hcrmione
Brabb attended the Union-Hamilton
To the Evening Star—Wagner
Compliments of
game at Hamilton last week-end.
(from "Tannhauser")
Miss Lillian Boat of Waldon, N. Y.,
Berceuse (from "Jocelyn")—
was
the
guest
of
Miss
Dorothy
WcstCodard
erman over the past week-end.
Fargo—Handel
Miss Hazel Rowley was a dinner
Elegic—Massenet
guest at Gamma Kappa Phi House
November (i.
Miss Mildred Currie spent the
SPANISH CLUB
week-end at her homo, Amsterdam,
The first November meeting of the N. Y.
was held Wednesday,
Psi Gamma wishes to extend her
PROFESOR RISLEY SENDS Spanish club
14, at four o'clock in room deepest sympathy to Mrs. Gillespie
OPINION OF WORLD CRISIS November
in the loss of her son.
Even the broad Atlantic sometimes 101.
The meeting was devoted to the , On Saturday, November (!, the
UP-TOWN JEWELER
seems a little stream when welcome
messages come.
Professor II id ley singing of Spanish songs with music Eastern Branch of Psi Gamma AlumIf you ni held its meeting at the house. Folin freshman lecture gave a message furnished by the victrola.
171 CENTRAL AVENUE
from Professor Risley who is abroad. missed this meeting be sure and come lowing a business meeting, tea was j
Below Robin Street
"Europe," says Professor Risley, next time. Come and learn the Span- served. About twenty members were
"must learn that the United States ish melodies if you don't know them present.
Psi Gamma held an informal housewill not go into another European now. The next get-to-gethor will be
War. The fact must be made known November 28. Everybody out! Try dance on Friday, November 2. Miss
that the United States is not a reser- and make this the best meeting of Phillips and Miss Scotland chaperoned. Among the thirty couples who
voir of funds. We must abide at the year.
attended were representatives from
home. We must create the opinion
the sororities and fraternities of
that theUnited States is not going to
State, and several of Psi Gamma's
enter anymore European Wars, not
CANTERBURY CLUB
BEST OAK SOLE LEATHER
alumnae including Marjory Finn,
only in Europe but in the United
HIGH GRADE RUBBER HEELS
Clarissa Huyck, Queeno Homan, DoStates as well."
Monthly Surprise! for Members
ris
Davy
and
Eunice
Meyers.
A surprise? Yes! Come out to
Always Good Work
STUDENTS DO PRACTICAL
Delta Omega welcomes Margaret
Canterbury meeting Thursday even250 CENTRAL AVE.
SOCIAL SERVICE WORK
ing 7:30, November 22, at St. An- Mix, '2(5 and Helen Dietz, '2(1, into
Margaret Cushman and Nellie Max- drew's church, and see what the sur- full membership.
im are doing practical social service prise will be. Many are in store and
The annual fall house dance was
work at Bloomingrovc. Every Mon- one will be encountered at every held Friday night, November 2.
Marjorie Smith, '23, who, it was
day night, after a community lunch- meeting. Those who were at the last
eon, their classes assemble to be in- meeting remember tiro cider and feared, would lose the sight of one
Cotrell & Leonard
eye
as the result of an automobile acstructed in English, civics, organized doughnuts.
cident, has had an operation and is
recreation, and chorus singing. The
Albany, N. Y.
reported to be recovering.
young teachers are talkatively enthuJames
F.
Carrolan
and
Oliver
O.
siastic about their work.
Canterbury club postponed its
Caps-—Gowns—-Hoods
meeting from last Thursday to Fri- Putnam were delegates to the NaFRESHMEN SHOW INCREASED day. Miss Bayless called the meet- tional convention of Kappa Delta Rlio
FOR ALL DEGREES
PHYSICAL PERFECTION
ing in Room 100 at 4:15 Friday af- fraternity which was held at Theta
That the funds atrributed to health ternoon, and a discussion concerning chapter, Purdue University, Lafayimprovement in secondary schools ac future meetigs was held.
ette, Indiana.
It
William E. Long of Alpha chapter
fdenced
^ ^ jeach
r Uyear
^ l with
' L each
l ^ Lnew
' t in Planned to have regular meetings
PHONE MAIN. 2 6 6 0
first Tuesday of the month here of Kappa Delta Phi was a visitor at
coming freshman class. During the every
the
fraternity house Sunday evening.
in colelge at 4:30. Freshmen, espec
five years that Dr. Croasdale has been ially,
Kappa Delta Rho will hold its anare
urged
to
come.
with State College students she has
nual fall dance at the fraternity
perceived a decrease, in proportion to
house Friday evening, Nov. 23.
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Alice F. Buckley
the size of classes, in the number of
CALENDAR
A cabinet graphophonc has been
students whom it hap been necesadded to the number of musical inFriday, November 16
sary to excuse from Physical Educastruments at the Sigma Nu Kappa
HI State Street
Political Science Club—4:10—
tion. The freshman class of 1927
house. Within a few months the frat
Room 201
has only seven of its members unable
plans to have a collection of about
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to take prescribed gymnasium work.
fifty selections, including classical
Hall
This shows the general physical fitand popular numbers.
Tuesday, November 20
ness and vigor among the freshmen
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French Club—4:00—Room 100
SILVER BAY CLUB RE-ELECTS
Joseph Henry Society—7:30—
OLD OFFICERS
Room 150
The Silver Bay club held its first
Wednesday, November 21
meeting last Wednesday for the purGEORGE F. HAMP, Prop.
Classical Club-4:00, Room 110
pose of electing officers for this year.
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for Teachers) will conduct
the German Round Table,
Members are asked to send
to the chairman of the Round
Table any topics that they
would like to have discussed.
This should be done at an
early date.
5:45—Adjournment.
Wednesday, November 28
9:15—Transaction of business, election of officers, presentation
of resolutions.
10:00—Tho Spanish Club:
The high school and college
students under the direction
of Miss Martinez will present a typical Spanish program.
11:30—Adjournment.
Ferdinand F. DiBartoio, Secretary,
Hutchinson High School, Buffalo, N.
Y„ Charles Holzwarth, President
West High School, Rochester, N. Y.
COLLEGE
NEWS,
MISS MARTINEZ,AUTHOR
AND CO-AUTHOR OF
SPANISH TEXTS
When interviewed last week, Miss
Martinez, instructor in Spanish said
that nothing she was doing would be
of groat interest to tho students except that she is writing a book of
Spanish games for use at club meetings. Miss Martinez, in colaboration
with Professor J. Moreno Laetrile,
Dean of tho Spanish School of Muldlcbury College, Vermont, is also
writing a Spanish text book to be
used in high school and college work.
Tho date of publication she thought
would bo .sometime this year.
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Plans are under way for the reorganization of a commercial club winch
should bei at once interesting and
worthwhile. The commercial Department has grown so during the past
years that it seems essential to have
some unification of its students.
FRENCH GESTURE EXHIBIT
The French club meeting hold on
Tuesday afternoon, November G,
roved most enjoyable when Dorothy
ennit gave a humorous French reading. "Trois Minutes pour Dix Francs"
together with French riddles and several vivid and! interesting: gestures
used by tho people of France. Marjorie Bayless read a letter received
from the little French orphan who is
living in France and who is being
supported by the club.
The members of the organization
are hoping to hold a French Tea some
time before Christmas.
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reading.
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Miss Mary Cobb and Miss Marjorie
Sigma Nu Kappa will open the Potter who are in charge wish to
winter social season at the college make this project helpful to everyone.
Friday night, No ember 23, with a
Thanksgiving dance in the gymnasium. Several fraternity alumni are
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