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NEW YORK STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
ESTABLISHED BY THE CLASS OF 1918
Vol. VIII No. 25
ALBANY, N. Y., MAY 2, 1924
SPANISH CARNIVAL MAY 9 MOTHER AND DAUGHTER
TO FEATURE DISCOVERY WEEK END PLANNED IN
OF AMERICA BY FACULTY DETAIL FOR MAY 9
Hot Food Dishes To Be Served in the
Cafeteria from 5:30 to 7:30
SINGING BETWEEN COURSES
Sign Up for Dinner on Bulletin Board
Carnival weak in old Madrid or
Seville will seem tamo compared with
Carnival night in State College Gym,
Friday evening, May !*. Surely no
real Spanish carnival queen was ever
more queenly than the one who will
bo crowned there—no, of course, no
one will toll you who she Is I Come
and see!
But after nil, the carnival will not
begin In the gym. First, at either
5:30 or (i:30, you will want to go to
the College dinner in the cafeteria and
feast on what Margaret Eaton calls
"the hot Spanish—ah—dishes." Do
not forget to sign up for this on the
bulletin board and don't forget to,
bring your songbook. Mr. Candlyn
will conduct a college sing between
courses.
Dancing Afterward
Then, your hunger appeased, go to
the auditorium, and hoar and sco a
truly Spanish entertainment of songs
and dances. Finally, proceed to the
gym, where the fun will continue.
There the stately queen will appear.
There all enthusiastic history students (and others) may see the discovery of America, by members of
the State College faculty. There you
may dance, perhaps learning some
new steps of the tango from blackeyed senoritas. There you will have
a good time, anyway. Come!
BIG INTERSORORITY BALL
TO-NIGHT IN TEN EYCK
HOUSE DANCE AND
LUNCHEONS SATURDAY
"Yes, my man is staying over for
house dance—picture mo in quiz on
Monday." Thus joyously laments the
sorority girl for with luncheons, house
dances' and the ball, the woek-end
of May 4 marks the heydey of their
frivolity. The night of May 4 will
find the Ten Eyck ball room the scene
of the annual Intersorority Ball. The
guests will be welcomed by the sorority presidents and chaperoned by selected faculty members of the societies. It is rumored that many girls
will have not only their own favors
but small combs as well, the committee were unusually thoughtful. Midge
Whitegiver, who is in general charge
of the affair, says that the music—
but that cannot be told yet.
In addition to the Ball, Kappa Delta, Eta Phi. and Delta Omega will
hold house dances the next evening
to which many of the alumnae attending the various luncheons will
stay.
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Registration at 4 o'clock
State College has originated a new
way of honoring mothers and of showing its activities to those most interested. A full week-end will begin
with registration at four o'clock Friday, May 9, At 5:30 and again at
0:30 an elaborate dinner in charge
of the Spanish Club, will be served
in the cafeteria, each course interspersed with music. From the cafeteria the Mothers are to be hurried
through underground passage first to
the auditorium, then to the gym,
where for the first time they will see
both faculty and students at their
most foolish. Then they will be swiftly transported to "sunny Spain" to
spend a delightful, exciting, and
mirthful evening. After a good long
sleep Saturday morning to recover
from the Spanish Carnival the mothers will be further revived by a luncheon at one o'clock. In the afternoon they will be conducted through
historical Albany, Saturday evening
they shall see and hear State College
at its best. The "three-in-one" chorus concert will be given in the auditorium under the direction of Mr.
Candlyn. It is rumored, also, that the
mothers will have an opportunity to
approve or disapprove of State College's dancing. Sunday morning the
mothers will bo shown their offsprings' favorite churches.
As a
grand finale, there will be vespers
Sunday afternoon.. The chief attraction there will be an address by Dr.
J. V. Moldenhauer, and special music.
Just soe that your Mother arrives in
time, and Y. W. will do the rest.
NOMINATIONS FOR OFFICERS OF STUDENT
ASSOCIATION
The nominations for officers of
Student Assembly, as made in Assembly Friday, April 11', are:
President, Edmund Crane, Alice
Daly,
Vice-President, Carlcton Moose,
Marjorie Bellows.
Secretary, Myra Hartmann, Ruth
Empie, Georgianna Maar, Agnes Halloran, Constance Bauman.
STUDENT DIRECTORY
In accordance with the plans for a
Student Directory to be issued in the
fall of each year and to contain the
names, home adeb'esses, and telephone
numbers of the students at State Colleg, a Nominating Committee was appointed in Assembly, Friday, April 11.
The members of this committee are:
Marea Todd, '24, chairman; Jacqueline Monroe, '25, Lorena Shaffer, '26,
and Julia Fay, '27. A list of nominations for an Editing Committee will
thus be presented to the student body
for election.
BASEBALL SCHEDULE
April 25—Middlebury at Middlebury
May 3—Colgate at Hamilton
May 10—St. Stephen's at
Albany
May 17—St, Stephen's at Annandale
May 23—Middlebury at Albany
May 24—Hamilton at Clinton
May 30 Clurkson at Albany
FIRST GAME OF SEASON
LOST TO MIDDLEBURY
Forrest Caton Star of Game
$3.00 per year
RADICAL CHANGES IN
COLLEGE CATALOGUE
FOR YEAR 1924-1925
Credits Given By Grade Instead
of Hours
According to the new catalogue, a
system is to be introduced whereby
each grade receives a credit equivalent: A is equal to 3 credits for each
hour; B is equal to 2 credits for each
hour; C is equal to 1 credit for each
hour.
D has no credit value, but D is passing if with the grades in all tho other
subjects taken for a semester it averages a C. For example, if one were
taking twelve hours of work and received D in three two hour subjects
and either two B's in two three hour
courses, or one A in one threo hour
course and one C in one threo hour
course. Thus:
D 2 hour course 0
D 2 hour course 0
D 2 hour course 0
B 3 hour course (!
B 3 hour course (I
Time and again it has been proven
that a baseball game can be won or
lost in a single inning, just as a boxing bout may come to an abrupt halt
in any one round. "Getting the
breaks" is usually the way it is put
when a close diamond game is suddenly broken up by one frenzied inning.
The second inning will go down in
the list of State's hoodoos as a result
of the Middlebury game a week ago.
For the opening game of the season
12 hours
1.2 credits A (C)
it was a great exhibit of diamond
Average
play, with the Purple and Gold stockD
2
hour
course
0
inged men deserving a large portion
D 2 hour course 0
of the praise that was showered upD 2 hour course 0
on the contest by press critics.
A 3 hour course 0
If one could eliminate the second
C 3 hour course 3
inning, it could bo said that State
lost by a 2 to 0 score—a count which
12 hours
12 credits (a C
would in itself give a big idea of the
average)
brand of baseball that was played
The B.S. degree given to students
by the two collegiate rivals.
But
since it is necessary to consider all majoring and minoring in the sciences
(Continued on page 4)
has been changed to a B.A. degree
with a few alterations in requirements. Students desiring a B.A. deHERE'S ANOTHER BURNgree (this will now include all except
ING QUESTION—HAS A
who apply for a B.S. in comLIBRARY FEELINGS ? those
mercial, home economics, and education) will be required to submit five
Then Let's Be More Courteoui
years of language upon entrance. The
and Respectful
maximum amount of language reSome people have different view- quired in college, which will apply to
points; this is a free country. How- entering students with five years of
ever, some conventionalities must bo language, will be three years. If the
observed, some respect must be given. student enter with six years two collego years will be required. That is
What would we do without our
to say, eight years of language countlibrary?
Did you ever stop to think what ing that taken in both high school and
kind of a place a library is? Take, college will be necessary for a B.A.
for instance, our own library. What degree. Note that the change will
would you do without it, or what ilo effect only entering students.
The reason for this change from
you do to it when you have it? They
say flowers have feelings, why not B.S. to B.A. is that a B.S. degree has
many different and unequal values
rooms or books?
while a B. A. degree possesses a definWhat does Shakespere think as
ite and universal meaning which canwe eat?
not
be questioned.
I wonder what Shakespere thinks
The several changes which have
as he looks down from his fat volumes when he sees some students been made in the English department
masticating (horrible sight!) some will be discussed and briefly explained
pop corn balls or crisp potato chips. in next week's "News."
Don't you think his feelings are a
bit hurt?
DINNER DANCE AT
Here's for a new resolution!
Make a new resolution to respect
the books on their shelves, even tho'
they do give us a lot of work. Maybe,
if we treat them better they will be
more interesting and give us a little
help over the hard spots in History
II or English Lit,
SYDDUM HALL MAY 3
Syddum Hall is to give a dinner
dance May 3. Miss Marion Record
heads the social committee. Miss Elizabeth Falk has charge of the music
committee, and Miss Dorothy Hoyt is
head of the program committee.
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Vol. VIH
May 2, 1924
No. 20
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
MAY
1 921
STUDENT ASSEMBLY
CROWDED WITH
BUSINESS AND
AMUSEMENT
Jerome Wnlker Gives Report
of Council at Washington
Student Assembly Friday was a
busy place, and much was done.
Margery Buyloss read the list of juniors eligible for next year's Myskania, in preparation for the chosing
of two members by vote of the collogo.
Jerome Walker, recently a delegate
Editor-in-Chief
to the Student Council of Law EnDorothy V. Bennit, '24
forcement at Washington, gave his
Managing Editor
report. Ho showed that the principal
Mildred Kuhn. '24
topic discussed at the Council was the
Business Manager
enforcement
of
the
Eighteenth
Dorothy Jones, '24
Amendment, and ho told what several
Subscription Manager
colleges have already done to prevent
Ruth Ellis, '24
the breaking of this law. Then, for
Assistant Business Managers
a time, everyone's attention was
Hildegardo Liebich, '24
turned from serious things, like law
Lois More, '25
enforcement, to a musical program,
Associate Editors
The orchestra started it, and was folKathleen Furman, '26
lowed by two songs, "Cradle Song"
Florence Platner, '25
by Tschaikowsky, and "The Call" by
Margaret Demarest, '25
Mark Andrews, both sung by the woReporters
men's chorus.
Miss Ritzer sang
Helen Elliott, '26
"Deep River" with 'cello obligato by
Margaret Benjamin, '26
Miss Johnson. Edward Vines' most
Joyce Persons, '26
pathetic rendering of "Molly BrartlHarry Godfrey, '26
gan" brought broad smiles to tho
Jerome Walkor, '25
faces of the audience, instead of making them share his grief. Then Mr.
Candlyn
led tho college In the singing
THE BASEBALL SCORE
of
the Ivy Song.
The first gamo of the baseball season was lost to Middlobury. ThereReturning to business, greatly refore, we shall down every activity of freshed by tho rest, everyone was
the team, because it will lose every ready with nominations for the faculsucceeding game.—"Fiddlesticks!" as ty member of the Finance Board,
an indignant elderly maiden might Professors York, Walker, Birchsay. The team is a good team com- enough, and Decker nominated. Then,
posed of good material, capable of after announcements by Harry Godplaying a sportsmanlike game.
frey, Pearl Knipe, and Margaret
The game, not the score, is the Eaton, and the reading of the notices
thing. Not only the baseball nine, for tho week, came the usual dash
but every freshman, sophomore, ju- for the stairs—and the cafeteria.
nior and senior, composes the team.
Without every member playing his DORMITORY PLANS
part the baseball season will be worthABOUT TO BE
less, with cooperation the season will
ACCEPTED
be a success, regardless of score.
Purchase of land in tho vicinity of
LAWLESSNESS
State College as a site for the proThe report given by Mr. Walker posed women's dormitory will be anon the student conference at Wash- nounced at the annual mooting of the
ington, called for the purpose of dis- Eastern Alumni Association of State
cussing law enforcement, gave the College In June. Tho announcement
students an idea of the important will bo followed by definite action
part they are called upon to play in leading to the actual construction of
the building.
national affairs.
As chairman of the alumni associaThe lawless conditions in manv colleges are shown to bo quite grave es- tion committee appointed to conduct
a
campaign for $300,000, Professor
pecially those conditions caused by
disregard of the eighteenth amend- Sayles will make a complete report of
ment. Fortunately, State College has the last year's work of the committee
escaped the blot of being a drinking at the convention which will be held
college, and according to present in- at the college just before the comdications, State College will continue mencement day activities.
Architect's plans for the proposed
to be a dry college.
dormitory have been prepared and
SENTENCE OF FUTURE
will probably be accepted by the
TEACHERS IN PENITEN- alumni. According to present optiTIARY SHORTENED TO mistic indications, work will bo startTWO HOURS ON GOOD ed on the residence hall not later than
_„„BEHAVIOR next fall.
Special! Extra! Members of State
CALENDAR
College Y. W. C. A. in Albany Penitentiary! Sentence of future teachFriday, May 2
ers shortened to two hours because Intersorority Ball—Hotel Ten Eyck
of good behavior! Yes, it is sad but
Saturday, May 3
true. For two whole hours, Sunday House Dances—Syddum Hall, Delta
morning, April 27, about a hundred
Omega; Eta Phi, Kappa Delta
members of Y. W. were safely locked Girl Scout Meeting—8.00—Auditorium—Gymnasium
away in the penitentiary. But there
is no cause for real alarm. They were
Monday, May 5
there to help conduct the regular Sun- French Club—4:00—R. 100
Tuesday, May 6
day morning service for the prisoners, and were then shown through the Y. W. C. A.—3:00—Auditorium
building by Chaplain Vanderwort and Joseph Henry—7:30—R. 150
Wednesday, May 7
other officials. Y. W. C. A. wants to
thank the large number of girls who Newman Club—4:10 Room 211
Thursday, May 8
were willing to come out so early and
Music Club—4:30—Auditorium
help with the service.
Miss Doris Riddick '25 entertained
tho members of Beta Zcta at her
home on Saturday evening April 26,
at a surprise shower. Tho shower
was a triple one in honor of Helen
Conklln '24, Madge Llndt '24, and
Genevlovo Pago '24.
Beta Zeta welcomes into membership Doris Bogor, Isabollo Winch,
Marc Id Chatfleld, Olgaretia Vooclor,
and Dorothy Rex.
A shower was given by the Beta
Zeta girls Saturday night in honor of
Joanne Page, Madge Limit, and Helen
Conklln, all of '24, whose engagements were announced recently.
Gamma Kappa Phi welcomes as
pledge members Dorothy Huhne, Ellen Hoyland, Florence Vernon, and
Mary Mellon, '27.
Miss Leila Craft, of Peokskill, has
been a guest at Gamma Kappa Phi
House during the past week,
Elmina Gurrlo, '23, Susan Collier,
'23, Mildred Mesorve, '20, were weekend guests at Gamma Kappa Phi
house,
Miss Alta Cornell, of Broadalbln,
spent a few days visiting Gamma Kappa Phi house as tho guest of her
cousin, Mildred Cornell.
Miss Ann Pudiak, a freshman at
New Rochello College, was a guest of
sister Bertha Lewis, '27, for the week
of April 22nd.
Miss Florence Lewis visited her
sister Bertha Lewis, '27, for several
days. Miss Lewis is a teacher in
Spring Valley.
REPORT OF CONFERENCE
BY REPRESENTATIVE
WALKER FROM STATE
First Conference of its Kind
Ever Called
To carry out the law enforcement
program adopted at the Students'
Conference at Washington last month
a Committed of 150 is being organized and will shirt its activities in
the colleges of tho nation by tho end
of the current school year.
This
committee comprises tho delegates to
tho Washington conference, with an
executive council of five named by
tho conference
The conference made a thorough
study of the lawlessness conditions at
tho colleges of tho country today and
of the weapons that various institutions are using to curb the spread of
tile crime wave, The principle law
violations reported by delegates are
of tho Volstead act. Because of this,
special efforts are to be made in tho
future to bring about observance of
the Eighteenth amendment and Volstead act by college men and women.
Minor attention will be paid to tho
enforcement and observance of other
laws.
The movement started at tho Washington conference Is being fostered
by tho Committee of One Thousand,
composed of nationally prominont
men interested in tho problem of law
enforcement. The Students' Conference was tho first of its kind over
called and it was there that tho seed
was planted for tho nation-wide camPEPPY DANCING
paign to be conducted soon in the colINTERESTING PROGRAM leges. Tho college press and student
SUBSTANTIAL EATS discussion groups will constitute tho
Jon Henry Dance Bubbles Over With chief agencies for carrying out tho
law enforcement program.
Jnllv Pep
Dancing, eats, and a program all
contributed toward making tho Jo- SILVER BAY CLUB ENTERseph Henry party Friday evening, TAINED BY JEANNE PAGE
April 26, a success both socially and
Tho last meeting of Silver Bay Club
financially.
was held at the home of Joanne Pago
The early part of tho evening was '24. A most enjoyable program conspent in dancing, and during the in- sisting of a radio program, radio
termission a program consisting of a games, and refreshments was enjoyed.
reading by Miss Kuhn, a vocal solo . The purposes of Silver Bay Club
by Miss Van Zant and a quartet by are as follows:
the men of the club were rendered
1. To keep alive the interest kinfor the guests ol tho evening. At ten dled at Silver Bay.
o'clock refreshments were served af2. To strengthen tho bonds of
ter which dancing continued until friendship among those who have been
eleven o'clock.
to Silver Bay.
8. To interest other College girls in
The chaperones of the evening were
Dean Pierce, Dr. and Mrs. Hale, Miss going to Silver Bay.
Rowley and Miss Bet?,.
Any person who has over felt the
thrill of joy that comes from ten
"MANIKIN MINIKIN"
glorious days at Silver Bay on Lake
BIG SUCCESS George will be welcomed into tho felWhen you were a child, did you lowship of Sil ver Bay Club. And any
believe that late at night, when every- member of Silver Bay Club will be
one was asleep, the poi-celain figures glad to talk to any girl in College
on tho mantel came to life, and talked at any time about Silver Bay and
to each other? And did you wish what it means to go there.
that you could hear them just once? MISS JOHNSTON"
Those who attended "Manikin and
WELCOMED BACK BY
Minikin", presented Thursday, April
GYM CLASSES
10, by the Advanced Dramatics class
The
shrill
whistle
of Miss Johnston
under the direction of Rosaline
called freshman and sophomore
Greenberg, know that when the clock again
to
Gym.
Did
you
notice
how eager
points to the witching hour, the imall seemed? Her smile at misages do talk. Moreover, these for- they
takes
told
the
girls
that
she
tno
tunate people have hoard their con- same as before she left several was
months
versation, and know that they feel ago.
and talk much like ordinary people.
Sarah Dranitzke, as the beautiful STATE TO BROADCAST
and capricious Minikin, and Margery
CONCERT MAY 26
Bayless, as her lover, Manikin, faithful even though he was always placed
State College chorus girls are soon
so he could not see his beloved, show- to broadcast. Thirty of our best singed the very human feeling of love, ers will display their talent on May
hatred, and jealousy, as felt by the 26, from the Schenectady radio stamotionless figures. The play was an- tion. All who are anxious to hear
nounced as an experiment. It was some good music "listen in." Procertainly a successful and altogether fessor Candlyn promises an interestdelightful one.
ing and varied program.
STATE COLLEGE N E W S ,
"HOPELESS" AND "HELPINTERFRATERNITY DANCE
LESS" BUT HEAPED FULL GLORIOUSLY CONCLUDES
___.
OF FUN
VACATION
Publication Board) Am impel mid
Enlightened Faculty and ColleRo
Tho News and Quarterly Bbai'ds
staged two big successes on Friday
evening, April 25, when they entertained the college! students and faculty. The first presentation, "Hopeless," typified a busy day In the News
office, just before the panel' goon to
press, Only those who have experienced such a day realize how 'beetle'
it Is, but Friday night revealed how
fast an office boy enn move and how
capable reporters are. No wonder the
paper "nint" when it should be—in
apito of the noble efforts of the stall'.
Friday evening disclosed the secret.
"Helpless", the Quarterly Hoard
hit, was a parody on a Quarterly
Board meeting. ,Jt seems that absence is the general attendance taken
at these meetings, if one judges from
Friday night's performance. As for
inspirations, this stage burlesque
hinted that they left with Dr, Thompson's davenport, and that "ads" now
constitute tho Quarterly. However,
this comedy proved that tho Quarterly
Board is by no means destitute of
ability.
Lollipops proved no barrier to admittance. Even the most dignified of
our professors bravely accepted one.
As for dancing, that always draws a
crowd. If the enthusiasm displayed
Friday evening was proof of a good
time, suggestions are in order that
tho News and Quarterly Board make
an evening's entertainment an annual
_____
feature.
CHEM. CLUB PLANS THE
ANNUAL PICNIC
Chemistry Club was delightfully
entertained by diverse and interesting topics on Friday, April 25, Betty
Bach spoke on "Zinc and food Products," Mabel Stevens gavo specific
material on "Vitamines," and Given
•Tones explained the "Brownian Movement." It was decided at this mooting that the annual Chom Club picnic
will bo held on tho 17th of May with
the 24th left open in case of rain.
The committees appointed are: ticket
committee, F. A. Scott; eats committee, Margaret Betz, Eleanor Gifl'on,
and Harriet Ritzer.
HEALfHjTALK
Athletics and Recreation, they are
greatly talked about today. These
subjects wore discussed by the freshmen in their weekly lecture, Miss
Ethel DuBois '27, and Miss Goorgianna Maar, '27, were the speakers,
Miss DuBois took the athletic side
of recreations, She mentioned that
twenty years ago athletics for girls
were unthought of, but gradually the
benefits of it were recognized. It
got its start, until today wo have international girls' games.
The purple and gold color of S. C,
T, flashed a welcome to all at Interfrntornlfy Dance, April 21. at tho
Aurnnia Club. Hright curtains at the
windows gave such a homelike atmosphere to tho room that every one
thought he was at homo and forgot
to be homesick. Gay colored figures
whirled over the Moor, everything was
joyous and happy despite tho fact
that tho orchestra played all sorts of
jazzy "blues" that suggested softly
but firmly the morrow's lessons,
Even the weather man forgot to be
grumpy and stopped the downpour of
rain, It was indeed a fitting ending
to a happy vacation,
CLASSICAL CLUB HEARS
ADDRESS ON ROMAN LAW
Prof. Mulcliinnn Proven A Mont
Inlri'rntini; Speaker
Rome has handed down more to the
present generation that that noble
feature, the Roman nose, as proved
by a talk delivered by Professor Hutchison to tho Classical Club at its regular meeting Wednesday, April 23.
Tho subject of the address, "Roman
Law and its Effect on the Laws of
Today" proved a very interesting and
instructive one. Following the address a short business mooting' was
held and arrangements were made
for a cake sale to be hold the following week.
COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS
RESTAURANT
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2,
192 1
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Pago Three
EVENT EACH YEAR
that an hour of reading a good book
before retiring relieves tho mind of
the tension exerted by studying.
Dancing Is also a physical recreation,
but it does not take one's mind completely oil' one's lessons,
At the end of tho lecture Dean
Pierce brought to our attention that
the essential of recreation was to recreate,
Don't you forgot and don't let your
mothers forget the week-end May 01
Keep writing home to thorn about it
tolling all the good times we're going
to have together, Let's be enthusiastic to tho last degree so that it
may be a grand success and an event
N O M I N A T I O N S FOR N E X T looked forward to each yoar.
Y E A R ' S J>OIU SI C L U B
Nominations for next year's "Poll
SI" Club olllcers will be made on
Friday, May 2, at tho regular meeting in Room 101 at '1:10. All memSPORTING GOODS
bers are urged to be present. A special meeting for election of tho candidates will be held two weeks later.
RADIO SUPPLY-Open Evening
This meeting is necessitated because
of conflict with Moving-Up Day.
West 1616
145 CENTRAL AVE.
Albany Auto Supply Co., Inc.
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
John J. Conkey
No longer was it necessary for
State's Home Economics Club stuNEWS DEALER
dents to part company witli a perfectly good collection of dimes at tho
Clfiars, Candy and Stationery
"Colonial," An educational "movie" Developing & Printing Camera Minis
was presented by tho Club as a part
Electric Supplies
of its program at tho regular meeting
Tuesday, April 2!), in Room 101, at D n U 5
i * p c r s l d a y 205 CENTRAL AVE.
four o'clock. The picture showed tho
various stages in the production of
silk and was of more than ordinary
interest.
Immediately
following,
votes wore cast by Club members for
next year's officers.
Compliments of
SPEED LIMIT FOR PARK
STROLLERS
Several State college young men
were hold up in Washington Park
Sunday evening by an officer. He informed them that they should move
faster,
Evidently there is a certain speed
at which tho "park strollers" must
.
move.
At the Senior class mooting last
Friday afternoon Margaret Eaton was
elected to as tin (stress for the Senior
breakfast on Commencement morning.
Evelyn Dutchor was elected alumni
Counsellor, Speakers for the breakfast were elected; Elizabeth Nagln,
Elizabeth Gibbons, Wilholmina Heinemann, and Dorothy Tones.
At Newman Club elections the following officers were elected: president, Mary Driscoll, Vice-president,
Eleanor Fitzgerald; secretary, Catherine O'Leary; treasurer, Genevieve
Keaveney; reporter, Julia Fay.
The Pilgrimage to Aurlesvilio will
be held May I t . All people who can
donate cars please sign up on tho bulletin board.
Regular meeting Wednesday at
'1:00 in Room 210.
A KOOCT heart and good lungs are
essential but one does not necessarily
have to be strong, that c< mes as a
result. Proper supervision and the
use of g|rls' rules overcome all the
THE ALUMNI
arguments used against girls' athletics. Sterling qualities, such as discipline, obedience, a cool head, and
The Alumni were drawn back to
control of temper, which should be State during vacation to catch up
possessed, are brought out and ampli- with all the events that have occurred
fied in panics.
and that are expected to happen so
Miss Maar spoke upon those types that they might not bo so far behind
of recreation other than athletic. in tho knowledge of what is going on
Reading was tho most popular, danc- at their Alma Mater. In various secing and the moving pictures coming tions Alumni banquets wore schenext in order. Miss Maar suggested i duled for the vacation week-end.
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COLLEGE CANDY SHOP
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UP-TOWN JEWELER
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Belo
Robin Street
Easter Cards and Gifts can be
obtained at
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244 WASHINGTON AVE.
Phone West 1338-W
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
Page Four
STATE LOSES
(Continued from png;o 1)
of the nine Innings when tallying the
score, it is to bo announced that State
was on the short end of an 11 to 0
score.
Mlddlobury college of Vermont,
with its adoquata jfymnaaitim facilities for the development of a basebail team irrespective of the weather
conditions, played a better game than
did State, but when the comparison
is made between the amounts of practice each team had before the contest,
the superiority of tho Purple and Gold
stands forth,
To "Peggy" Caton must go the
lion's share of credit for saving State
from an ignominous defeat, and to
Caton also must go a large part of
the blame for the ' second inning
blow-up." Caton twirled u marvelous
game after the second stanza, Ho
was working all his powers of control over the leather-covered pill and
he was being given almost uncanny
support in the field. The game was
really a pitchers' duel with Caton on
the losing side in 'getting the breaks.'
State failed to hit in the pinches and
four runs were lost, men "dying" on
third base.
Hut during tho past few days Coach
Wegner has polished up tho rough
surfaces of his team and State's nine
will journey to Hamilton tomorrow
for the annual contest with Colgate,
Coach Wegner is expected to send a
different line-up on tho field than he
did in last week's game. This will bo
done so he can get a lino on all tho
members of his squad.
State is unusually gifted this year
in a staff of pitchers. Lebaron showed
his wares In a "follow-up" game at
Middlebury tho day after tho regular
contest and he appeals to bo one of
the best bets for the Colgate game,
to start it at least. State lost this
second game with Middlebury by an
S to 5 score, but the defeat will not
go down on record because it was
more or less of a practice game and
was not scheduled.
The infield is probably Stato's
weakest point. It is the general opinion that Hornung will have to stop
back into his old-time stride if ho
wants to hold his varsity berth, lor
Gainor is making a strong bid for
guardian of the initial sack. Captain
Stahlmari also will have to rub some
of the kinks out of his arms, as will
several others on the squad, if fans
are to enjoy an interesting season.
BASEBALL STARTS
"Strike one! C m on, Billie, one more
home run for '24." Yes! It is an
inner class baseball game for girls,
The bat.eball equipment has arrived
and practices began tho first of this
week tinder the direction of Margaret Benjamin, '2fi, G.A.A. captain. It
is rather the correct thing around
N. Y. S, C, T, to spend your spare
moments on the back campus practicing new twirls. Don't be left alone
in the building, come out and get the
ball into action. Moving-Up Day and
tho big game are but two weeks away.
DELAY IN NEW BUILDING
PLANS EXPLAINED BY
STATE ARCHITECT
M A Y , 2,
1924
Albany Hardware & Iron Co.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
COMPLETE SPORT EQUIPMENT
Athough tho Byrne appropriation
bill was not passed by the late legis- 39-43 State Street
Albany, N. Y.
lature, construction of Milne Science
hall will not bo held up, it Is announced by President Brubachcr. In
compliance with the dictum of Governor Smith the foundation of the Whipped Cream or Marshmallow Served Here
now building will bo put under conYOUR CHOICE
struction in tho fall and the next legislature will bo called upon to make
TRY A TEDDY BEAR OR JUNIOR SPECIAL
appropriation for the completion of
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committee. Governor Smith instructed tho committee not to report any
G. Wiley & Bro.
appropriation bills that provided money for state structures which have
Dealers in All Kinds of
not yet been begun although they
Fresh a n d Salt Meat
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wore given initial funds a year ago.
and Poultry
Since the 1023 legislature had grantF it's the Moore you
348 State Street, Corner Lark
ed $75,000 for tho now Milne hall
want, we have it. And
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project and since that sum has not
we'll fit the point to your
yet been touched, tho Byrne bill mot
IF YOU
hand.
tho same fate as a batch of other
CO-OPERATE
money requests,
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WITH THE
It is now the purpose of Dr, Brubachcr and State Architect Sullivan
Jones to start construction with the
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$75,000 and then in January ask the
W e will s u p p l y all y o u r
CORNER-HUDSON AVE.*"" SO.PEARL.
1925 lawmakers for tho rest of the
College N e e d s
$900,000 appropriation. Ground will
be opened for the foundation work at
the opening of tho September term.
The work will then continue until
394-396 BROADWAY
ALBANY, N. Y.
climatic conditions prevent furtherSpecial Attention Given W o r k
ance of the job.
for Student Societies
Dr. Brubachcr explains that the
reason he did not go ahead last year
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and start construction with the initial fund was because he had been
advised by the state architect that it
would not bo a good financial plan.
It was pointed out by Mr.' Jones, according to Dr. Brubachcr, that the
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After
MOVING-UP DAY
This year Moving-Up Day track
events promise better form, more excitement, and greater variety for, a
preliminary meet will bo held on May
10. Then class entries for the fiftyyard dash, baseball and basketball
throw, running high and broad jump
will be run off. Tho winners of the
prelims will contest in the finals on
Moving-Up Day.
"Do you remember the 'Fat Man's
Crevice' and the beans?" Already the
upper classmen are talking over Indian Ladder hikes of other springs.
May 17 the day after Moving-Up Day
is the date set for the one this year.
If that doesn't register, ask any G.
A. A. member—and watch the buletin for notice to sign up.
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