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N E W YORK S T A T E COLLEGE FOR T E A C H E R S
ESTABLISHED BY THE CLASS OF 1918
ALBANY, N. Y., DECEMBER 14, 1923
Vol. VIII No. 11
SWEET GIRL GRADS TO
OPPOSE VARSITY BEFORE MEN'S GAME
CHARLES BINNS TO
TALK ON CHINESE
PORCELAINS TO-DAY
Admission to be Free For
Students and Outsiders
Charles Fergus Binns, director of
the Alfred School of Clay working
and Ceramics, Alfred University, will
lecture at State College on December
14 under the auspices of the Dramatics and Arts Association.
Mr.
Binns was educated in England
and has been working in pottery and
ceramics, making many interesting
pieces and writing books on the subject. The first lecture which will be
informal, will bo given in the afternoon of December 14 in Miss Perine's
room. In the evening a second lecture will be conducted in the auditorium, the specific topic being "Development of Porcelain with especial
reference to Chinese porcelain." The
opportunity to hear a lecture such as
this is not one to be had every day;
it is a treat for artists and it is wise
for all to take advantage of it. College students are admitted on their
student tax tickets.
Y. W. C. A. will hold a Rummage sale downtown Saturday,
December 15. Will all those
who are willing to sell "rummage" please volunteer? Evt ;/
sale needs salesmen.
SENIOR CLASS SHOWS
PROGRESS IN 100
PER CENT RACE
Thirty pledges of $100 each have
been given by live, wide-awake members of the class of '24. Myskania
is well represented among these, and
it is hoped that in a very short time
the whole class will have filed pledges.
M ERRY
C H R I S T MAS
$3.00 per year
Interclass rivalry under G. A.
A. auspices. Sophomores, freshmen, and sister classes come to
the gym meet to be hold Monday, December 17, in the gym
unless announcement to the
contrary is made. Come prepared to cheer and sing of '20
and '27 and the cup-winner.
On Saturday night, December 15,
the stars of former girls' basketball
teams will meet the present girls' varsity team on the college court before
the men's game. Hilda Lei beck, '24,
who is arranging the game, announces
that Lucille Rouse,'22, [Catherine CAROL PROGRAM
Merchant, '22, Lillian Hopper, '21,
DECEMBER 18 IN
Arlene Worth, '22, Helen Walsh, '22,
and Francos Lawrence will probably
AUDITORIUM
be on the team for the Alumnae. It
An old fashioned Christmas prois expected that at least two mem- gram—the
kind
used to have
bers of the faculty will appear for when we wore wo
young—has been
the graduates.
planned Cor Y. W., Tuesday, December IS. Some of the girls will speak
SENIORS OUTSCORE
pieces; some will sing songs, and all
will he asked to join in the singing of
FRESHMEN WITH
Christmas carols.
23-19 SCORE Esther Amos will bo the old-faThe seniors outshot the sophomores
Sunday-school superintenin the basketball game of December shioned
who will announce the numbers.
4. Accurate pass work, always suc- dent
Florence
Wilson
give a reading;
ceeding in taking the ball down the a Christmas storywillwill
be told, and
field to- "Billie" Heinomann, was tin. it is expected that Margery
Bayless
signal feature of the senior game.
will sing and Ruth Moore give a 'cello
The sophomores played a strong in- solo. Be sure not to miss this meetdividual game. Lack of team work ing.
and inaccurate shooting handicapped
them. The low ceiling of the college POLITICALLY INCLINED
STUDENTS GROW WORgym made true shooting difficult for
RIED ABOUT FAVORITE
both teams.
CANDIDATES
The line-up for the game:
Seniors
Sophomores
Heinemann
r.f,
Tucll r.f.
Miller
l.f.
Smith l.f.
Leibech
c.
Milmine c.
Axlerod
r.g.
Wright r.g.
Belding
l.g. Loeming l.g.
Substitutes: Van Colder for Leibech, Axlerod for Van Gelder, Leibech for Axlerod.
HISTORY DEPARTMENT
TO ADD NEW COURSE
IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
Not to be left behind in the broadening scope of knowledge and material, the history department is planning to introduce into its already extensive schedule a new course. This
course, beginning in January, will be
an extension of the course of International law now being given by Mr.
Hidley. It will be open to all history
majors and minors and will! be a
consideration of international questions and their modern application.
The class will be held once a week
on Friday morning at ten o'clock and
will be open to all who are interested
even though they have not had the
first semester's work.
QUARTERLY BOARD NOW
SOLICITS CONTRIBUTIONS
FOR FEBRUARY ISSUE
Only one "literary light" in the
Freshman class? Surely there must
be some lights "hidden under bushels"
among those large numbers. The
next Quarterly will come out in February, and like Christmas shopping,
begin early, do your writing now,
wrap it securely, and address it carefully to "the Quarterly." Let's see
more Freshmen represented in the
next Quarterly,
Man vs. Woman The^ Biggest
Cooper-Union 24 — State 13
Union 31 — State 5
Baffling passwork and general superiority in all departments of the
game netted Union college an easy
victory over State last Saturday night
in the Garnet's initial basketball contest of the season. The final score
was 31 to 5 and probably would have
been greater if the Union coach did
nob give his second string; men a
chance to play.
The whole oll'ense and defense of
State was weak, probably as the result of the battering meted out by
Cooper Union the night previous. It
it had not been for a lucky shot by
Daley, State would have gone down
in sore defeat without a field goal,
while the Garnet scored almost at
will.
PROFESSOR CANDLYN
DIRECTS CANTATA
IN PHILADELPHIA
Professor Candlyn spent the past
Issue Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in
Presidential guns are booming at
State College. Already organization
candidates are being groomed for the
chief magistracy of the student association, although election day is several months off. Next year promises
to witness the most spirited campaigns since the inception of the student association in 1921.
Independent aspirants for the highest post will be a feature of the election, it is predicted. The wide discussion of the honor system is declared to be giving some students
hitherto in the backfield an opportunity to plunge into the limelight
and make it interesting for the regulars.
Dame Rumor has it that a certain
group of women students is planning
to keep the power of the student association and will come forward soon
with a strong candidate for nomination next May. The men, however,
deeming it about time one of their
lot was elected president, are making preparations for an active campaign.,, ,
The "political" wiseacres will closely watch the debate on the honor system after Christmas vacation with the
hope of finding some logical possibility for president of next year's association as well as give the sophomores the once-over for a strong vicepresidential nominee.
The Residence Hall Secretary, Miss Talmadge, would appreciate it if any group, knowing of corrections in addresses
or marriage of any of the alumni, would report it to her.
ME RRY
STATE LOST TWO
SUCCESSIVE GAMES
TO SUPERIOR TEAMS
CHRISTMAS
Philadelphia, the object of his trip
being to conduct the presentation of
aj cantata composed by him, "The
Light of the World." The presentation of this cantata, composed with a
view to organ and brass accompaniment, is to be rendered more delightful by part of the brass section of
the Philadelphia orchestra. Four recitals of the work are to be given
during Mr. Candlyn's stay in Philadelphia. Incidentally, this cantata,
the words of which wore selected and
arranged by Dr. Thompson, won a
prize of $500 last year, giving proof
of the talent and ability of State
College instructors.
Y. W. C. A. BAZAAR FOUND
MOST SUCCESSFUL
College Christmas Presents
All Purchased
The Y. W. C. A. Christmas bazaar,
December 7, was a great success,
both financially and otherwise. For
this the President gives much credit
to Iva Hinman, who was General
Chairman. The most successful table
was the Alumni table, and the Association wishes to thank the interested
alumni for making it so. The articles
sold at the bazaar included home
made candy, Japanese articles, plants,
and cut flowers, handkerchiefs, and
other fancy articles, things from the
Co-op, as well as i' -cream and soft
drinks.
The supper in the cafeteria, of
which the outstanding feature of the
meal seemed to be the apple pie a la
mode, ten cents extra, was in charge
of Jacquelyn Monroe.
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STATE
Slat* (Efllbrp 5fam*.
Vol. VIII
Dec. 14, 1923
No. 11
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.
COLLEGE
NEWS,
ciate quite so keenly what it means
to be back) again* with "That Old
Gang Of Mine", and to celebrate with
them the jolliest Christmas ever! Already we are so imbued with anticipation that we just have to bubble
over at times.
But lest we forget: let's do our
best to stick to the wheel for just a
few days more, then we really can
step out. Our professors aren't letting down many jots in their assignments and it is for us to measure up.
Therefore, we arc going to be game
and by our unflinching work wish
our faculty a "Merry Christmas,"
DEC.
14,1923
DEAN PIERCE ESTIMATES
THE MODERN GIRL
"Most that is written and said nowa-days regarding the modern girl does
her injustice. Considered as a whole
the modern girl is not bail, in fact,
she has fine ambitions and ideals, but
she is sometimes trying to express her
new independence in bad ways," says
Dean Pierce. Perhaps she does not
differ so much from the old-fashionec
girl, except that she is more unconventional, sometimes adopting questionable manners, language, and actions. Smoking, drinking, and swearing are indulged in by relatively few
girls, so few that were it not for the
fact that these few are thought by
the rest to represent a type of girlhood which should be patterned after,
they might bo entirely ignored. Such
habits take away something fine and
charming from the woman. They
constitute, however, an ethical question as applicable to men as to women. "I would that men smoked less,
our girls not at all," stated our De.-.n.
Perhaps the modern girl is a product
of the age. The new freedom for
women in politics and business do of
a necessity take them out into the
world and tend to place them on an
equal footing with men. The increase in smoking among young men
with a decrease in the warfare
against it, and the tendency among
influential business women to think
it smart to smoke and drink are also
largely responsible for the young
girl's behavior. In thinking and talking about the matter, the emphasis
should be positive rather than negative. Wo should stop talking about
the unfortunate attempts to express
independence in lower forms and
stress really worthwhile standards
and accomplishments.
(Articles, manuscripts, etc., must
be in the hands of the editors before
Tis far bettor to give than to get.
Monday of the week of publication.) To the Editor of the News:
And 'tis hotter to got than to swop.
Athletics are getting to be a joke
* **
Editor-in-Chief
at State College not only at the colNowadays they got rid of weird
Dorothy V. Bennit, '24 •
I lege itself, but more particularly outand
wonderful
gifts never sold on
side among the general sporting pubManaging Editor
land or sea. Idea is to find out what
lic of the vicinity. This does not
Mildred Kuhn. '24
they
are
for
before
they wear out.
mean from a financial standpoint, for
Business Manager
thousands of dollars arc spent each
*
*
*
year by the students to support
Dorothy Jones, '24
On the bottom line of the sheet of
teams.
Subscription Manager
music the word "sloop" occurred.
Look at our basketball schedule
Ruth Ellis, '24
Professor Thompson: "Now first
and you will see the real meaning of
soprano, sleep on the bottom lino."
Assistant Business Managers
the
statement.
It
is
the
fault
of
those
Miss
Johnston in Gym Class: "The
Hildegarde Liebich, '24
persons who formulate the schedule.
girls in the middle please widen themLois More, '25
They do not pick teams that are comselves."
Associate Editors
parable to the strength and ability
Miss Hunter in English I A: "Thai,
of State College teams. They are
Kathleen Furman, '215
topic, 'Bald-Headed Men', is too
unreasonable and entirely unfair to
Florence Plainer, '25
the
men
who
give
up
several
hours
a
broad."
Margaret Demarcst, '25
*
.;:
:f.
day to the most strenuous physical
Reporters
exertion to prepare for games which
It is certain that when Dr. CroasHelen Elliott, '26
it is impossible for them, under ordidalo announced that after December
Margaret Benjamin, '20
nary circumstances and within com12, State College would bo a brick
Joyce Persons, '2G
mon reasoning, to win.
wall, she never expected that wall to
Harry Godfrey, '20
crush
the gym meet.
State College is being subjected to
Jerome Walker, '25
justifiable ridicule because of the regProf.
Hasting, reading "Tempest"
ularity with which teams lose games.
to class: "Miranda, just awakened
The mention of State College as a
from
magic
sleep; Ferdinand in a
GREETINGS
sports contender is the occasion for
half-stupor. Both are in excellent
The News extends to the faculty mockery on the part of the outside
state of mind for a romance."
and student body its most hearty public and also on the part of sports
T H I N K A B O U T IT
(Comparing courting of Elizahothwishes for a Merry Christmas and writers and critics who are capable
! an age with that of modern ago,—
Have
students
packed
away
their
of
rendering
judgment.
Happy Now Year.
ideals in moth balls for some other language different—object the same.)
The players are made the innocent season'.' Have they forgotten that it
sufferers of the guilt of the manag- is something higher than self-preserMiss Martinez, to a class of proserial stalf. Students wonder why vation?
pective teachers: "If I don't get you
newspapers do not shower plaudits
down here, I'll get you above."
Myskania
is
being
torn
to
tatters
C H R I S T M A S W I S H E S upon their team when it loses after by mockers of dignity and position; (Pointing to Milne High.)
putting up a hard fight. It Is beWith my Christmas greetings is the cause the sports writer sees the true, Honor is being dragged down to the :
in French 111 have a new
wish that every one of us may come unbiased side of the game, not the level of thieves and criminals; Right, aimFreshmen
in life—to cultivate a marcell
to realize the possibilities within each student's side.
The experienced is as battered as the dove of peace | like unto Professor Mahar.
of
1914;
Chaos
is
at
present—Queen!
to do that which may seem beyond sports critic sees State College being* * >;••
Dig down deep if you must and I
his abilities toward making this world made the victim of the merciless ona finer, cleaner, better world for our- slaught of a much heavier, more pow- pull out your ideals from the secret! Our faces tend to keep their shapes
selves and others not only in the pres- erful and wholly bettor composed places where you have hidden them. ' until wo smile.
Polish them up with care and thought
selves and others not only in the pres- team.
Dr. Croasdale declaring that the
—then hold on to them and keep
ent but for all the years to come.
Students do not want to pay out them bright. Keep college an insti- next war will be one of mathematics
Forgetting our pettiness, our self- $1500
a
year
to
see
their
basketball
states
that soldiers will not carrytution to be reserved and looked up
ishness, our laziness, our weaknesses
lose the majority, if not all, of to. Start the New Year right!
guns on their shoulders. The geoof all kinds and degrees, let us press team
its games. State College of today is
metry
class
infers that solid geometry
toward this high prize of a better not the State College of pro-war days
books will probably replace them.
CHRISTMAS SUGGESTION
world in the name and in the strength as far as basketball is concerned.
of Him whoso life has inspired the Therefore, it is ridiculous for our
If you intend to purchase chilworld to think more of others than of team to play such colleges as Union, dren's books, don't fail to consult FROSH COMMITTEES
self ever since its beginning nearly Colgate, St. Lawrence, or Cooper- "The Book Shelf for Boys and Girls,"
CHOSEN FOR TEAM
three thousand years ago.
Union until we can present a team a new classified catalogue, which will
a mooting of the freshman class
probably be found in any of the city lastAt Wednesday,
In this way may be all, faculty and that is worthy of such opposition.
the following comlibraries.
students, seek to establish an "Honor
mittees were appointed:
Why is it our basketball managers
System" in State College which will
Stunt Committee: Van Kleek,
failed
to
include
Gonesco
Normal
survive any kind of "reporting," self
Maar, Clark, Henry, Omstead.
school—the only team State beat last REPORT OF RESIDENCE
or otherwise.
Banner Committee: Harris, Galvin,
HALL COMMITTEE
With Tiny Tim wo say, "God bless year—in this year's schedule'.' Why
Buckley.
is
it
that
the
whole
schedule
for
this
GIVEN
us every one." —Anna E. Pierce.
Pedagogue
Committee: Pease, Hudseason is out of our class? Is it beA meeting of the Residence Hall
cause the managers are incapable in committee was held Wednesday af- son, Magee.
Budget Committee: Shultz, Chairthat they lack judgment, or is it be- ternoon, November 14. The officers
cause they are downright careless of the committee, the advisory mem- man. To choose own committee.
and disrogardful for State's position bers, and nearly all of the members ALPHA EPSILON PHI HELD
STEADY
in sportdom? Present circumstances at large were in attendance. ProfesFIRST AT HOME
" 'Twas the night before Christmas, lead us offhand to believe the first. sor Sayles, Chairman of the commitAlpha Epsilon Phi had her "At
when all thru the house
tee,
offered
the
following
report
on
State C°'lege must confine itself to
Home" Sunday afternoon, after it had
Not a creature was stirring, not playing the teams of colleges and the status of the work:
been postponed because of the quareven a mouse."
1,241 individual pledges and 21 antine.
schools in its class, if it wants to reIt does seem that we just can't wait gain the respect and patronage of organizational pledges have been
Members of the faculty, student
until we can throw down our books the general public. Victory is the made.
body, and fraternities were present.
with a bang, say "good-bye forever" key to success.
Amount pledged and contributed Mrs. Kaplan was the pourer. A deto studies—at least for this year, and
to date: $96,379.93.
•25.
lightful afternoon was spent.
then whiz over miles of space to
Amount paid in pledges and gifU
home. Did we ever realize or appre- M E i R Y
C H R I S T M A S to date: $26,765.09.
MERRY
CHRISTMAS
STATE
COLLEGE
NEWS,
DEC.
14,1923
Page Three
FROM BEES TO DR. STEIN- A E PHI GRADUATE TO GO
METZ IN CWEM CLUB
TO JEWISH CONVENTION
TO-DAY
Edith Sunders, '23, has been chosen
interesting points in the life 01
Doctor Steinmetz will be the topic of
Harvey Former's talk to the Chemistry club at its meeting this afternoon at 4:10 o'clock in room 250. A
paper will also he road by Harold P.
French entitled, "From the Bee to
the Honey-Comb,"
CLASSICAL CLUB PLANS
BIG INITIATION PARTY
TO-NIGHT IN GYM
as a delegate from the "Temple's"
Sunday School to the "Chautauqua
of Jewish Women" at Washington.
She Is to see a model Sunday school
in session anil visit all places of interest in Washington.
Albany Auto Supply Co., Inc.
SPORITNCTGOODS
RADIO SUIM»LY-Open Evening
The Classical Club is planning' its
first big initiation which', is to- be West 1616
145 CENTRAL AVE.
staged in the gymnasium Friday evening, December 1*1, at. S o'clock.
Stunts, eats, music, and fun for
everybody!
Where in the world
could you find more irresistible conr
binations? If you deny it, we shall
NEWS DEALER
prove it—therefore come and see, all
Cigars, Candy and Stationery
you who are classically inclined.
& Printing Camera Films
The committee in charge of this DevelopingElectric
Supplies
stellar affair consists of Dorothy Da- D l ,
,i,y
vidson, chairman; Charline Clarke,
%*er
205 CENTRAL AVE.
Alice Slsson, and Gladys Stanyon.
John J. Conkey
Compliments of
HONOR, HEALTH, JOY
MARKED LAST ASSEMBLY
The honor system is still a mattei
of debate. In spite of the fact that
Myskania and the Student Council
have brought their knowledge to the
front concerning the question at issue, report was made in Assembly
Friday morning that a satisfactory
program could not be drawn up by
them. They have asked the aid of
five members, appointed from each
class. Following this report the fear
of small-pox, stirred by Dr. Croasdale's plea for immediate) vaccination,
was driven away by merry class sings.
SENIORS SCORE
EXCITING VICTORY
Here's Proof That Advertising Pays
Famous Wrigley Building in Chicago Being Doubled in Size
The part of the Wrigley BuildHere is a concrete (as well as a
ing erected two years ago has filled steel and glass) proof of the saysuch a want that the north section, ing that "advertising pays." In
nearly double the floor area of the these magnificent buildings Mr.
south section, is being added.
Wrigley has erected an impressive
This north section, nearly com- testimonial to this great truth.
pleted, occupies the entire block, They loom large and beautiful.
immediately across North Water They typify the achievements of
Street, fronting on Michigan the man who built them. They
Avenue and reaching to the height stand
as a monitor over the activof the main part of the first strucity of the Nation's second city —
ture, with a connecting bridge.
inspiring—dominating—massive—
The space in the new section-is
already nearly all taken by high- bearing unanswerable testimony
class firms in advance of the com- to the P O W E R O F A D V E R TISING.
pletion of the building.
The "gym" seems to be the most
exciting place, especially afternoons
at about five o'clock. Tuesday, December 11, the Senior-Junior game of
basketball was played. The teams
showed the results of good practice.
Their pass-work was excellent and the
guards were o i tip-toe every minute.
There was very little fouling, ant
many spectacular maneuvers caused
the watchers hearty laughter. "Bill"
Heineman must have had instructions
from a snake for she certainly can
get out of some tight places. However, the teams played well, as indicated by the close score.
Juniors
COLLEGE CANDY SHOP
C. P. LOWRY
UP-TOWN JEWELER
171 CENTRAL AVENUE
Below Robin Street
GOOD YEAR SHOE
REPAIRING
BEST OAK SOLE LEATHER
HIGH GRADE RUBBER HEELS
Always Good Work
250 CENTRAL AVE.
Cotrell & Leonard
1« i
CHRISTMAS
FOR ALL DEGREES
PHONE MAIN 2 6 6 0
Seniors
Moore
l'.f.
Heineman
Craddock
I.f.
Miller
Hammersley
c.
Leibeck
Demarest
r.g.
Bock
Hutchins
l.g.
Belding
Subs: Daley for Demerest.
First half: !•—S, Senior's favor.
Second half: 20—13 Seniors'
favor.
Ideal Service
Marinello Shop
Alice F. Buckley
111 State Street
ALBANY, N. Y.
Special Rates to Students
Sea Foods
Ideal Food
IDEAL RESTAURANT
GEORGE F. HAMP, Prop.
Regular Dinner 40c.—11 a. m. to 3 p. m. Supper 40c.—S p. m. to 8 p.m
Special Chicken Dinner Sundays, 60c, 12 M. to 8 P. M.
Phone West 4472
208 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MERRY
Albany, N. Y.
Caps ---Gowns ---Hoods
ALBANY, N. Y.
6 DOORS ABOVE LARK STREET
Page Four
STATE
COLLEGE
NEWS,
CALENDAR
BROADCAST
Friday, December 14
DEC.
14, 10.23
Albany Hardware & Iron Co.
Political Science Meeting—4:10—
Room 201
Classical Club! Initiation—8:00—
Gymnasium—Cafeteria
Slide Illustration by Charles Binns—
8:00—Auditorium
HEADQUARTERS FOR
COMPLETE SPORT EQUIPMENT
Representatives at the Convention
39-43 State Street
Albany, N. Y.
of the New York State Teachers'
Convention, entertained at the Eta
Phi House, were: Florence Dorsey,
Ethel Husk, Marjorie Sibley, '28,
Saturday, December I S
Ethel Huyck, Margaret Meyer, Geor- French Club Tea for College—3:00
gia Kock, Helen Van Aken, '22.
—5:00—Rotunda
Miss Viola Holmes, '23, was a Basket-ball Games—Men's Varsity vs. Whipped Cream or Marshmallow Served Here
week-end guest at the Eta Phi House,
Alumni—Gym. Girls' varsity vis.
YOUR CHOICE
November 2.
Alumni—Gym.
Y. W. C. A, Rummage Sale
TRY
A
TEDDY
BEAR OR JUNIOR SPECIAL
Gladys Hayner, '23, was the guest
Monday, December 17
of Margaret Hutchins, '25, over
HOME MADE CANDIES A SPECIALTY
Monorah Society Meeting—4:00—
Thanksgiving,
CANDY, SODA, STATIONERY and SCHOOL SUPPLIES—HAIR NETS
Room 100
BOX CANDY FROM 39 CENTS A POUND UP
Jacquelyn Monroe and Margaret Gym Meet—8:00—10:30 — Gymnasium
Hutchins, '25, attended the Phi Sig297 CENTRAL AVENUE
PHONE WEST 3959
ma Kappa dance at Schenectady, DeTuesday, December 18
cember 7i
Y. W. C. A.—3:00—Auditorium
G. Wiley & Bro.
French Club—4:00—Room 100
Florence Leeming and Minnie Joseph Henry Society—7:30—Room
Dealers in All Kinds of
Greenaway spent the week-end in
150
Try A Parker
Fresh and Salt Meat
Lansingburg, where they climbed Christmas Carol Sing—8:00—AudiH E 25-year pen
Bald Mountain.
torium
and Poultry
KETCHUM AND SNYDER
T
Sigma Nu Kappa announces the
pledging of Frank Reidy, newly enrolled member of '24. "Red" Gilchrist also has joined the ranks of
the Washington avenue boys.
Professor York attended the convention concerning vocational training at Buffalo.
Kappa Delta Rho has received a
letter from Herbert Hornung in which
he says that he is planning to return
to State next semester.
Herb.ie's
many friends will be glad to see him
back in their midst.
Miss Knoxie Crump of Washington,
D.C., is the guest of Edna SchafTer
at the Psi Gamma house.
CAST CHOSEN
FOR MID-YEAR
ONE ACT PLAYS
The regular mid-year dramatic
treat of State College is scheduled
for Friday evening, Jan. 12, At that
time three one-act plays are to bo
presented by the elementary dramatics class in the auditorium of the
Vincentian Institute.
After some interesting tryouts, the
casts for the plays have been announced as follows:
that looks like
Chinese lacquer.
We'll see that you
get the point fitted
to your li.incl.
«W» PEN CORNER,
"Wurzel
Flummery"
Lark
IF YOU
K M
WITH THE
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394-396 BROADWAY
ALBANY, N. Y.
Special Attention Given Work
for Student Societies
PRINTERS
OF
THE
STATE
COLLEGE
NEWS;
FRANK H. EVORY & CO.
General Printers
36-38 Beaver Street
ALBANY. N. Y.
01 Steps East of Pearl Street
Yum Yum Bakery
FRENCH PASTRIES
CAKES LIKE MOTHER MAKES
235 Central Ave.
State College
Cafeteria
Luncheon or dinner 12:00—1:00
OSHER'S SHOE REPAIR
SHOP
28 Central Ave. Albany, N. Y.
Phone West 2344
Call and Delivery Service
STAHLER'S
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NO EXTRA CHARGE
All prices of box chocolates fresh from the factory
299 CENTRAL
AVENUE
up
Phone W 869 J at 39 cents pound box and
Street, Corner
CO-OPERATE
—•
May Wood of Sherrill and Ruth ... Hon, Robert Cranshaw, M.P.
VinesTefft of Saugerties were week-end Richard Meriton, M.P. Edward
—
guests at the Psi Gamma house.
Edward Van Klecck
Viola Cranshaw — Margaret Bessette
Marjorie Mathewson, '23, spent the Margaret Cranshaw — Edith Higgina
week-end at the Delta Omega house.
"The Queen's E n e m i e s "
Queen
Dorothy McAlley
! Ackazarpses
Hilda Klinkhart
|
Prince
Rhadamandaspes
COLLEGE LEARNS
Ethel Palkosky
ANSWERS TO VITAL
i Prince Zophernos
Mary Vedder
OUESTIONS FROM ' Priest of Horus
Evelyn Dutcher
DEAN PIERCE • King of the Four Countries
Mildred Kuhn
In Freshman lecture last Thursday i
Irene Wiles
Dean Pierce answered two questions | Duke of Ethiopia
Florence Hyam
of etiquette which had been troubling I Tharni
|
Tharrabas
Ruth
Greenberg
the unsophisticated maidens for a
Dorothy Taylor
long time: Why men, when with la- ! Harlie
dies, walk on the outside? and Why
one alway3 shakes hands with the MISS LOEB ADDRESSES
right hand? The answer to the first
MENORAH SOCIETY
is that housewives in mediaeval times
At the last meeting of Menorah,
having no sinks, threw the dishwater Miss Loeb spoke very interestingly to
out of the windows, so it was safer, the group of members.
the closer or.e kept to the wall. PeoMenorah is purely a literary society.
ple of that time shook hands with the The members receive books and pamright hand to signify that they were phlets on different questions of the
not holding a dagger in readiness.
day.
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State
Telephones 544 and 548
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Minnie — Margaret Eaton
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