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Vol. VIII
No. 10
Y. W. C. A. BAZAAR
A BEDLAM
SURPRISES
To-night! Don't forgot the Y. W.
C. A. bazaar! Good oats, a good
time, and unusual novelties are promised by the following committee in
charge of: the grand event: Chairman,
Iva Hinman; Co-op table, Genevieve
Page; Fancy work, Mary Wright;
Chinese Laundry, Margery Bellows;
Japanese table. Hazel Benjamin, Margaret Benjamin; Art, Vivian Hart,
Miriam Snow, Ellen Watson; Candy
Priscilla Jones; Pop corn, Ethel DuBois; Flowers, Ella Chace; Ice-cream,
Pauline Wilcox; Entertainment, Dorothy Johnson; Supper, Jacquelyn
Monroe.
For Distinguished Service
To Be Staged Here
Wednesday Dec. 12
"For Distinguished Service" will bo
presented in the auditorium Wednesday evening, December '2, by Edna
Shafer ami Elizabeth Naglo of the
advanced dramatic class under the direction of Margery Bayloss.
JUNIORS WON FIRST
GAME OF SEASON
The Girls' basketball season opened
Monday night, November If), with a
fast game between the Juniors and
Sophomores, ending in a victory for
the Juniors. In spite of the fastmoving ball, a score of 7—C was piled
up by the end of the first half, the
Juniors in the lead. Excellent passwork made up for the several fouls
so that the second half closed on a
score of 12—1.0.
The line up:
YORK STATE COLLEGE F O R TEACHERS
ESTABLISHED BY THE CLASS OF 1916
ALBANY, N. Y., DECEMBER 7, 1923
WISDOM OF THE
TEACHERS CONVENTION
"It is not correct to say that all
the great men of the country have;
come from the little red school house.
Rather have they been great in spite
of that little red school house,"
-—A. Eldred.
"Through education alone can be
established peace on earth, good will
to men."'
—Dr._Frank P. Graves.
"I demand that education be taken
—A. Eldred.
out of politics."
"The days of incantations, horoscopes, the study of skulls ami brown
and so forth are gone, let us hope,
forever. They are not, nor were they
ever, any aid in determining a purson's ability. Tests have come to take
their place and they are the only
practical way of solving the problem
of ability."
—Geo. R. Tilford.
"We ought to treat each child as
an individual, not as an average in
a group. Our purpose is not to tell
them what to think, but how to think.
—Dr. Payson Smith.
"You can't put anything over on
the modern business man. You have
to play square. And you must practice common honesty. The teaching
of that quality belongs on the program of our schools."
-—Cameron W. Reck.
"The primary purpose of education
is to prepare American citizenship
and nothing else."
"It is an absolutely indispensiblc
necessity that we inculcate in the
youth of the country the knowledge
of responsibility."
—Dr. Livingston Farrand.
"Education must recognize mo
child first as a little animal and must
apply the scientific method to a study
of its needs." —Dr. C. P. McCord,
Expressing one's ego in clay is a
now idea for most of the college students. However, the method and advantages of' so doing will be engagingly explained! next Friday afternoon and evening by Mr. Charles
$3.00 per year
STATE RAISES CURTAIN ON
BASKETBALL SEASON TO-NIGHT
Lacking Usual Practice, Team Will Start
Hardest Schedule in Years
Recuperating from a discouraging football season, State to-night will lift
the curtain of the 1923-24 basketball season with the hope of overcoming
the "jinx" that has been spelling defeat for basketball teams since the
middle of the .1021 season,
THREE ONE ACT PLAYS
SCHEDULED FOR
JANUARY TWELFTH
The Oueen's Enemies; WurzelFlummery; Columbine
The time is January 12, the place
is Vincentian Institute. "The time
and place of what?" Why, the Dramatics class plays! All tastes will bo.
suited for there will be three plays,
"The
each of a different typo.
Queen's Enemies", by Dunsany is a
tragedy, "Wurzel-Flummery," by A.
A. Milne, is the comedy and "Columbine", by C. C. Clements, will be the
"happy medium."
Copies of the
plays were distributed to the members of the class before the vacation
so that they might spend their time
profitably in learning the part for
which they were to try out this week.
The results of this "profitable vacation will be announced later.
CAROL CONCERT SCHEDULED
FOR DECEMBER 18
A Christmas Carol Cantata, "Childe
Jesus," by J. W. Clokey, will be given
at the Carol concert, to be held Tuesday evening, December IS, in the
auditorium. The soloists will be Edna Shafer, alto, Margery Bayloss,
soprano, Zelma Gorman, and others.
Juniors
Sophomores
Parts of the cantata will be familiar
Craddock
Tuell
Forwardscarols to be sung by the audience.
Moore
Smith
Dr. Thompson hopes that the largo
Hammersley Mil mine
attendance of previous years will be
Guards—
—Loman
repeated, and that every student will
Hutchins
Wright
be present. Admission will be on
Binns.
Daley
Raynor
Center—
Mr. Binns who will be presented Student Tax ticket.
—Shaffer
by the Dramatic and Art Association
will give an informal talk on CeraChristmas Seals will be sold
V. W. C. A. TO BE ADDRESSED mics in room 207 in the afternoon
next week in the rotunda by
BY MARJORIE POTTER
and an illustrated talk at night in
the girls of Alpha Epsilon Phi
A special treat is in store for all the auditorium; Admission will be
for the benefit of the Tubercuwho come to Y. W. C. A. meeting, on Student Tax tickets.
losis fund.
Tuesday, December 11. The meeting
will be addressed by Miss Marjorie
Potter, assistant librarian of State
DOROTHEA ADAMS. '21 DRAMATICS CLASS SCORES
College.
News of the death of DorTWO TRIUMPHS
othea Adams, '21, has been re"Two Crooks and A Lady," "Beceived at State College with
SATURDAY~MORNING
tween the Soup and the Savory."
deep regret.
She was the
CONCERTS FOR
What a splendid combination for an
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. EdMUSIC LOVERS
evening's entertainment! Absolutely
son Adams of 1538 Second
The Music Department especially
every minute of those two one-act
street, Rensselaer, and was one
recommends to the students a series
presentations was filled with action
of the most popular girls in her
of orchestra concerts given at the
and conversation that demanded even
Strand Theater, each Saturday at
class at college. She had been
our involuntary attention.
.10:45, A.M. The admission is thirty
teaching at Warrensburg High
All the players are to be congratucents. These concerts give an opporSchool when she underwent an
lated for their exceptional ability in
tunity to hear the best in orchestral
operation that led to her death.
the portraying of the various roles
music, and are presented at this low
and then let us not forget the proSeveral floral pieces were sent
price as an educational venture. In
ducers. Much commendation is justly
to her funeral by college oraddition to the instrumental music,
merited by Ethel Palkosky and Edganizations of which Miss
there are always a few good vocal
ward Vines for the coaching of the
Adams was a member.
numbers.
plays.
For the first time in several years
—in fact, since 102.1—the Purple
and Gold basketballers will open their
season on the home court. Cooper
Union of New York city is the scheduled opposition and everything does
not appear rosy for the home talent.
Probably the stifl'est basketball
schedule in the history of the college
has been arranged for this year's
quintet by Manager Putnam. Out
of the ton teams booked for games
only about throe are real matcnes
for State's ball tossers, il appears
from
present estimates of the
strength of State compared with that
of opponents-to-be.
The contest to-night marks the first
of a series of.' four games—the hardest on the schedule—to bo played
within a week. Tomorrow night State
goes to Union to play off the annual
court affair witli its closest rival. The
Union game heretofore has been the
opening game.
On Tuesday night the scene of battle will shift to Williamstown where
the Gold-jerseyed dribblers will take
on Williams' varsity. Blackmer, the
Purple's luminary, is reported temporarily out of the game,' having recently gone under the knife.
Coach Fitzgerald's men will play
the Alumni next Friday night tu
home. While this is not the real big
graduate game, it will attract many
of flic old students, After the holidays, State will journey to New York
on.its annual trip to the Metropolis
where it will meet one or two of the
second-rate college teams.
Undoubtedly State's men will make
a crude showing tonight, with the exception of the more experienced men.
At the same time, however, Coach
Wegner and his assistant, Stanley
Fitzgerald, expect some hitherto unknown stars to uncover themselves.
Practically the whole team as it
will start on the floor tonight is built
around Captain Juckett and Forrest
Caton. The definite personnel of the
five has not yet been made known,
since it probably will not be selected
until about five minutes before tiio
whistle to start.
Among the possibilities are: Juckett and Daley, guards; Lake or Gainor, center; Caton, Sherley, Cantwell,
Gardner, Gilchrist, forwards, Carrolan, Davis and Ferguson will be held
in reserve.
If you have anything to offer
the Y. W. for the rummage sale,
telephone M. F. Benjamin,
W 3353, and someone will call
for it,
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STATE
C OLL E G E
NEWS ,
DEC.
7,
192 8
light of this, what I am going to pro- j Our infantile caps do not fit us. t:::j:::::m:mH»jm»«m»m:m:m»:m
poso should not seem so radical. 11 We must face life and meet it and
propose that the students, in a body, grapple with it. Wo must cleanse
pass
the following resolution. This j ourselves and help others to cleanse
Vol VIII
Dec. 7, 1928
No. 10 done,on
the question of honor would bo I the evil from them—even if the talk
is unpleasant.
settled
Published weekly (luring the college
Present systems have not bred honResolved: That, since we are stuyear by the Student Body of the New dents of the New York State College or among us. "The Honor System"
York State College for Teachers at for Teachers, and as such the future will create honor for our institution
Albany, New York.
instructors of the children of this na- as it has for other colleges, Which
The subscription rate is three dol- tion;
man, considers, values, guards his
lars per year. Advertising rates may
And since we shall largely influence country beat—he who can help make
be had on application to the business the formation of the character of and carry out her laws or he who is
manager.
forced to abide by laws in which he
these children;
And since these children arc to be had no voice? We no longer wor(Articles, manuscripts, etc., must
ship kings and blindly love monarthe
future
citizens
of
this
nation,
on
be in the hands of the editors before
Monday of the week of publication.) whose character its welfare will de- chies. Education has brought us privileges and duty to control those
pend,
When it comes down to original
That we', now, realizing the magni- circumstances which affect us and our "wise-cracks" in the class room, the
Editor-in-Chief
children's
children.
tude of our obligations, do solemnly
plaid canary will have to be awarded
Dorothy V. Bennit, '24
promise to consider it a matter of
The
Personal comfort when it is gained to tho out-spoken freshmen.
personal honor, to report cheating at by conscious ignorance of duty is height of unsopliistication is ever
Managing Editor
an
examination,
since
in
this
manner
loathesome. In anyone it spells dam- present in some of the illustrious
Mildred Kuhn, '24
we may protect the future of our nation and if it spreads the infection bearers of the green and white.
Business Manager
country.
will bring disaster to the mass.
Dorothy Jones, '24
1 may add here that I hardly beTo what standards do you attacli
The only difference between a collieve a large body of students can your loyalty? If you consciously up- lege professor and a saint, in the
Subscription Manager
so
quickly
change,
or
rather,
eradihold wrong have you any worth to opinion of one brilliant freshman
Ruth Ellis, '24
cate an inhibition that is so common, humanity? If you have no God, con- French pursuer, .is, that the former
Assistant Business Managers
and has been, for innumerable ages, sider then His people and live your doesn't always wear his halo.
Hildegardo Liebich, '24
and therefore, I doubt that every best for them unshrinkingly. A per* * *
Lois More, '25
student would honestly and whole son likes the sweetness of poison—
The news that the best women w
heartedly pass on the above resolu- will you let him drink tho cup of it?
Associate Editors
tion.
Kathleen Furman, '25
If State College will not uphold an marry are those with high cheekbones
'26.
honor system, State College is sully- and large noses will be received with
Florence Platner, '25
ing her honor and is taking a buck- mingled feelings by State College
Margaret Demarest, '25
She Would Not Ke
He
Brother ward stop in promoting the growth students. Those who admire women
Reporters
Dear Editor:
of the spirit of honor in this student of that type will of course be deHelen Elliott, '26
I believe in honor, truth, and jus- body and is hindering world progress. lighted. But there may be other felMargaret Benjamin, '26
tice, and, because 1 am a member of
T am not afraid of my lienor, are lows to whom a large nose and high
Joyce Persons, '26
the student body of the Now York you?
'
'26, cheekbones might not make the most
Harry Godfrey, '26
State College £or Teachers, I want
captivating possible picture to peer at
Jerome Walker, '25
our college to emulate these prlnci- j
across the breakfast table.
of Judas!
pies at all times. Personally, I have ' Wo are Shades
* * *
now
facing
the
question
of
never cheated and never expect to do whether or not we want the honor
The theory of tho outdoor school
EDITOR'S NOTE
so, but there is no thought more dis- system. The honor system means entertained by that eminent statesThe following articles were selected tant to my mind than that of reportman, Henry Clay, is being given more
from those submitted, as being the ing another student here.
Honor that not only am students rnquesteu than entertainment by some profesclearest opinions of the much de- must bo in tho heart of every student to divulge the names of their fellows sors. It is being practised under
who
crib
but
are
compelled
to
do
so
bated honor system. Both sides of before we can reach the point of real under pain of expulsion.
Without modern conditions in a modern buildthe question are here defended in a honor. I think that every one should this
provision, we are told, the sys- ingt
way to make clear the subject of tils- take upon himself the pledge of lion tem is a failure. The mere request is
cussion.
I or to his college, his teachers, his fel- an insult to the very thing after which
"Whenever you have three people
low students, and to himself—but to tho system" is'misiiamed,'Tb'uYto put"a,\ together in a room you have a ploc
Duty to Future Citizens
say that we will report those around student on his honor to report 'J-01' ,a novel," says Dr. Hastings.
po
Dear Editor,
us, who yield to the temptation to bo
Judging from this most any class
The discussion in Assembly last dishonest, is belittling honor; it is another gives him a choice of two room would represent an author's
Friday showed plainly that the chief making it a petty thing, unworthy of dishonors: first, that of breaking his fortune.
objection to the honor system was the name. What is college? Is it pledge to the system, and second, that
the question of honor, paradoxical as this red brick building? No. College of squealing. And this is what they
Prof. Painter in Psych, class: "Now
Shades ox
that may seem. In short, the major- life is made up of tho friendships, the call an honor system.
sense organs of which I speak
ity of students believe they are com- happy memories, the pleasant experi- Judas and Benedict Arnold! It's bad those
are
tho cat's whiskers."
(Audible
mitting a dishonorable act in report- ences, and the associations connected enough to crib but it's worse to
ing a fellow student who has cheated with State College. We are all broth- squeal, and two wrongs do not make giggles.)
"Well,
now,
1
don't
see
anything
in an exam. The proponents of the ers and sisters here, under our Col- a right. In our opinion the scheme is
honor system will immediately say lege Mother, and if a feeling of loy- not complete. Provision should be to laugh at in that, clawhs."
that the student, in so doing, is up- alty and fellowship is not with us this made for paying the informer the
holding the honor of the school and college is an empty place. Let us try thirty pieces of silver tradition un- A Freshman's Twenty-third Psalm
the teaching profession. This is true, to be honorable; let us endeavor iu titles him to,
Mr. Hidloy is my professor; I shall
but they must take into consideration help others to be honorable, but let
What is the reason for tho intro- not pass. He maketh me study referthe fact that the average individual's us pledge to ourselves that we will duction of the honor system into ences, he criticizeth my work,
conception of honor is not broad never entertain the idea of "report- State College? Some one evidently He rostoreth my fright; he maketh
enough, or deep enough, to include
was shocked by the fact that publicity me to recite tho my knees shako;
this application. Honor, as the mawas to be used as a weapon against Yet, tho I walk thru a maze of names
'27.
jority understand it, is an unwritten
cribbers so they dug up the honor anil dates,
law, not to be found in any code of
system to keep the dishonest ones in I shall not get there, and many are
Fear, Loyalty, and Honor
statutes, but often conflicting with
A lock is a useful thing; so is a the straight and narrow. This is a with me.
some of those statutes, Our written fence—but let us keep locks and fen- fine thing for the crooks in the col- His units and his standings, they worlaws say that if one man sees another ces for beasts. Progress is depen- lege, but the trouble is that it makes ry me;
breaking a law, he must report him, dent on the moral advance of each stool-pigeons out of the rest of us. He giveth mo a test in the presence
or he is himself deemed liable to pro- individual in his generation.
And Does the end justify the means? of my classmates;
secution. But how does this work the man who can see the right but Why not let our sleight-of-hand ar- He useth no mercy; my grief runneth
out in practice? A man may report shrinks is of no benefit to humanity. tists take their publicity? Why wor- over;
his neighbor for murdering someone,
Self-interrogation and the inter- ry over the problems of the faculty, Surely, zeros and failures shall folbut he will hesitate to do so if ho pretation
of our natures is valuable especially since they seem to be able low me all the days of my life,
knows his neighbor is making home- and
We are confronted to solve them better than we, any- And I shall dwell in old State forever.
brew. Still, the underlying principle with anecessary.
question.
A proposal is made; how?
__
E. S. L.
is the same!
we ask those questions: Do I doubt
But if we must have an honor sysBefore the honor system can bo my own or my neighbor's honesty? tem, let's have a real one. The law doesn't come in at eleven sharp, let
expected to meet with the unreserved We are unworthy to teach and be against copying your neighbor's paper her room-mate tell Dean Pierce in tho
approval of the whole student body, examples unto those we teach if we and using aids to memory other than morning. This idea won't be so poputhe question of honor in reporting a cannot trust our honor and that of those Caught by correspondence lar with some of the sorority girls
fellow student for cheating must be our fellow men enough to subject schools isn't the only rule that is who make a practice of not coming
settled. Here is the only way I can them to our fellows' scrutiny. Do we broken at State, Why not let tho, in nights till eleven fifteen.
see to do it! The students of State college students look upon professors system cover every college ruling?
The honor system is a fine and
College intend to become teachers, as guardians of our actions, to con- For instance, if a man sees another noble thing outside of the fact that
This presupposes that their ethical trol the loathesome tendencies of our smoking a cigarette in the locker- it is founded in dishonor, but since,
standards are on a much higher plane flesh, we who presume to pass judg- room, let him run and tell the coach like most fine and noble things, it is
or if a girl goes out on a date and impractical and out of place in a
than those of the layman. In the ment on weighty decisions?
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world of mere people, there arc only
two courses for the idealists who
sponsor the movement to follow.
Either take your honor system and
go to Utopia, and there squeal on
each other to your hearts' content or
else table it until the Millennium.
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A Case W h e r e It W o r k e d
Dear Editor,
Several students have asked mo if
I woukl report my best friend, This
was and is my answer.
Yes, I should report my best friend
if I saw her cheating under the honor
system. I would consider that I was
being kind to her in so doing; for,
if she cheated while in college without being punished for it, she would
cheat later on in life, and the world
would punish her much more severely
than our honor court could. Then
too, suffering refines character arm
purifies the soul. Many of our famous men would not have been famous had they not suffered while
they were young. Sir Isaac Newton,
himself, said that he never cared for
school and studying until the school
bully beat him. Then ho studied diligently to show that bully that he
could beat him at Ins studies. Newton did beat the bully in that way
and ho acquired the habit of studying which in later years led to his
making one of the most wonderful
discoveries ever made in the world of
science. Yes, I would report my best
friend if I saw her cheating. Then
I would be the first one to tell her
that she had, been reported by mo and
why I reported her. I would toll her
that I believed that she was capable
of better things. Evon if she were
expelled from college, I would keep
my faith in her and continue to he
her friend.
This is not all theory. I have applied my theory to a case in real life,
outside of this college and it worked.
A few years ago I reported a girl
friend for cheating. It was a milder
form of cheating than that which has
frequently occurred in State College.
I went to her and told her what f
had done and why. I expected that
she would hate me forever after, but
to my surprise' she listened to mo and
then said: "You did right in reporting me and I am going to take m.v
punishment cheerfully." I told her
that she was capable of better things.
In the talk that followed and the
days and weeks, too, while she was
suffering her punishment and seeking
to reestablish herself in life and to
justify my faith in her, we became
better friends than we had ever been
before I reported her.
'2!
Why Not A Trial?
When the honor system is mentioned here at State College, most
of the students view it as an entirely
new plan of action. The honor system has been in American Colleges
since L842 in some form. In one of
the Southern colleges it was the signing of a pledge similar to that read
in chapel last week.
We too, have had the honor system
here at college for the last two years,
perhaps longer. When we go into
the cafeteria to buy our lunch, we
are on our honor to go to the desk
and pay for it. Also, both the men's
and women's basketball training
teams are on their honor to obey
training rules, because there is no
guardian standing over them all the
time to see that they do it. In high
school all of us were very familiar
with the pledge, "I do so declare."
The honor system as proposed in
chapel, a week ago, I do not think
would go here at College just yet.
C Oh LEGE NE WS,
SJiti
Vi-
ANTOINE L A U R E N T
17-13-1794
LAVOISIER
Born in Paris, son of a wealthy
tradesman. As a student won
a prize for mi essay on lighting
the streets of Paris. Hold various Government posts. A martyr of the Reign of Terror.
Founder of modern chemistry.
They couldn't destroy
the work he did
"The Republic has no need for savants,"
sneered a tool cf Robespierre as he sent
Lavoisier, founder of modern chemistry, to
the guillotine. A century later the French
Government collected all the scientific
studies of this great citizen of Paris and
published them, that the record of his researches might be preserved for all time.
Lavoisier showed the errors of the theory
of phlogiston—that hypothetical, material
substance which was believed to be an element of all combustible compounds and to
produce fire when liberated. He proved
fire to be the union of other elements with
a gas which he named oxygen.
This is the mark of the
General Electric Company, an organization
of 100,000 men and
women engaged in prod u c i n g the tools by
which e l e c t r i c i t y man's great s e r v a n t is making the world a
better place to live in.
Lavoisier's work goes on. In the Research
Laboratories of the General Electric Company the determination of the effects of
atmospheric air on lamp filaments, on metals
and on delicate instruments is possible because of the discoveries of Lavoisier and
his contemporaries.
GENERAL ELECTRIC
|
We have to grow up to that sort of
an honor system. Most of the students are willing to sign a pledge to
be honest themselves, but object to
the clause where they agree to report a fellow student whom they see
cribbing in a written test or examination. But, if a student cheats and
then boasts about it, he is lowering
the value not only of his own diploma and degree, but of yours also.
Everyone in this college helps either
to make or mar the reputation of our
Alma. Mater. Why not give the honor system a trial here at State for
the rest of the year? Not much
would bo lost and how much would
be gained if it proved successful. If
everyone, personally, lived up to hisj that, isn't that all the more reason
pledge, there would be no need of why State College should got a repreporting any one. The objectors to j utation for the fact that the honor
it say that the honor system does not system works at State College so
work in other colleges.
Granting!
(Continued on page 4J
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Kappa Delta Rho lias received word
from Robert McCubbin to the effect
that he intends returning to State
next semester.
Included among the guests at the
Kappa Delta Rho house last week
were: Herbert Hornung, Otto Huddle,
Frank Bliss, Maurice Hathorne, unci
former coach Snavely.
Edwin Van Kleck attended the
Older Boy's Conference of the Y. M.
C. A. at Syracuse last week.
Delta Omega extends her deepest
sympathy to Mrs. E. B. Adams on the
death of her daughter, Dorothea,
class of '21.
Marion Farrell and Betty Nagle attended the Yale-Harvard football
game.
Gamma Chapter of Kappa Delta
Rho ha3 received copies of the fraternity's songbook which was recently published. The book contains besides the fraternity songs, etc., both
the old and the new State Alma
Maters.
Professor Kirtland brought joy to
the hearts of the Freshmen men by
not showing up for class last Monday
before Thanksgiving, but panic reigned late Monday of this week when
they remembered that he had not neglected to give an assignment.
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ALBANY, N. Y.
give the promoters of the honor sys(Continued from page 3)
well, that it isn't necessary to report tem one, by giving it a trial for the
any one? All of us like to give tin- rest of the year.
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Honor System Dissected
"Shall State College have an honor system or shall she not?" was the
question which stirred Student Assembly Friday, October 23. After
the motion of the previous week had
been rescinded, one of the liveliest
discussions ever heard in State College ensued. Finally, after "filibustering" worthy of thei Senate, and
speeches showing training and the
good results of English I, a motion
was passed to carry the question over
to the next Student Assembly, at
which time Myskania should present
a definite plan.
"Applying the acid test to our use
Phone West 1338-W
of English, we find we are hectic to
the n'th degree." According to ProII. B. HARBINGER
fessor Bronson of the Chemistry Department, there are three mistakes
in the above sentence arising from
ignorance of science, i.e., "acid" is
no more of a final test than alkali;
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department is discovered.
CALENDAR
Friday, December 7
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Room 201
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Monday, December 10
Mathematics Club—'1:30 Room
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Tuesday, December 11
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