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State College News
N E W Y O R K S T A T E COLLEGE F O R T E A C H E R S
ESTABLISHED BY THE CLASS OF 1918
VOL. IX
NO. 9
ALBANY, N . Y.,
NOVEMBER 21,
1924
$3.00 per year
WALKER TO Noted Impersonator To Appear In Albany; STATE TEAM
BE DELEGATE Ruth Draper At Chancellors December 6 PLAYS UNION
To Seek Legislation
For Dormatories
Professor Adam W a l k e r , of the
Economics department, will he the
faculty delegate to the assembly of
the delegates of the New Y o r k State
T e a c h e r s ' Association, to be held in
Chancellors' Hall, N o v e m b e r 24. Important issues will come up for consideration, a m o n g them the report of
the committee on Teacher Recruiting,
of which Dr. Brubachcr is chairman.
T h e committee will make the following specific r e c o m m e n d a t i o n s :
1, (a) " T h a t adequate d o r m i t o r y facilities he provided by the slate in all
teachers training institutions maintained by slate funds to house all !
students in training. Student life in \
segregated private houses, such as is
now forced upon all New York State j
teacher training Institutions, is cheer- !
less, unattractive and barren of all ;
those social by-products which make
American college life so rich and at- j
Ruth Draper
tractive.
Dormitory life under the
guidance of cultured and re lined social
Tht' Dramatics and Art Association
directors would improve the quality
of our teacher training.
O p p o r t u n i t y of Slate College will present Ruth
for (he development of the social Draper at Chancellors' Hall, on Degraces must he offered as an induce- cember 6. Miss Draper is k n o w n to
ment if the normal school hopes to many of the students of State College
attract the best type of student.
since she gave a recital here in 1922.
(b) " T h a t legislation
be
sought
T h e real beginning of Miss Draper's
from the State Legislature of 1925, for
purposes of dormitory construction; career was in her very early childhood,
that the appropriation he on the basis when her father or m o t h e r would say,
of $1,000 per student, to be housed in "Ruth, give y o u r recitation for Mr.
the State College for T e a c h e r s , and
the normal schools of the state. It is and Mrs. . . ." Miss Draper canestimated that 3,000 such students are not remember a time when she did not
now improperly housed.
have a "piece" to speak. As she grew
2. That the university scholarships older, she added to her r e p e r t o i r e .
now maintained by the S t a t e of N e w
H e r sketches always have been, and
York, be made available for students
who attend the normal schools.
It are now, of her own creation.
is believed that the dignity of teachFinally things reached t h e point
ing demands that the normal school where she was called upon to recite
student should be placed on equal
terms with the college student, and
that the same scholarship system that you'll want to keep for yourself
or to give to your friends.
should apply to both."
Even enjoyment creates an appetite,
so at 5:30 and at 6:30, supper will be
served in the cafeteria.
If you were
at the Y. W . supper last year, you
will need to be told n o t h i n g about
this one, except that it will he just
as good. If you were not, there is
Between Thanksgiving and Christmas,
no use trying to tell you about it.
W h e n o'er Christmas presents you
Just come—and taste.
fret,
At 8:30, there will be an entertainAnd you think you never can choose
ment. W h a t ? T h a t ' s the deep, darkthem,
mystery. All the c o m m i t t e e will say
There's one thing will save you yet.
is that there will be outside talent, and
W h a t ' s that one thing? Y. W. C. college talent, that it will all be
A. Christmas Bazaar, to be held De- highly talented, and that you'll have a
cember 5, from four to eleven, in the good time. T h e n there will be time,
g y m . It is the big chance to buy back in the gym again, to b u y the
almost all your Christmas presents, things you forgot before, and to cat
and at the same time, to have a jolly j a little more candy, before the fatal !
good time.
Can a n y o n e
imagine hour of eleven.
actually enjoying Christmas shopping?
Can you resist such a p r o g r a m ? Of
I t can be done at this bazaar. T h e r e course not.
Don't
forget—Friday,
will be fancy work of all kinds, dainty December S, from four till eleven, in
hand-made handkerchiefs, Christmas the g y m , the cafeteria, and the audicards, candy, a variety of products of torium. Tickets will be on sale M o n the "Co-op," and lots of o t h e r things, day. Buy y o u r s early.
Y. W. C. A. Bazaar
To Be Held Dec. 5
at almost every social function at
which she found herself. It was then
that it occurred to her to take her
sketches to the stage where all her
friends could see them at the same
lime without the endless repetitions to
small groups in countless drawing
rooms.
Ilcr first recital was in the nature
of an experiment, but the critics were
so lavish in their praise that she continued until now sh. is listed a m o n g
the famous
.mien of (he world.
Miss Draper's program
for the
night
will
be original
character
sketches. Miss Draper, it is said, never
uses any but her own material. She
says she does not know where she
gets the "plots." they just come to
her. She never " s e a r c h e s " for material,
For instance, her sketch "Love
in the Balkans" was suggested by a
shawl, a vividly colored wrap sent to
Iter by a friend. She saw in its colors
the lire and passion of the Balkan
peoples ami the sketch immediately
suggested itself.
Miss Draper gives
her sketches from m e m o r y and transports the audience on the magic carpet
of her imagination, into different lauds,
into the hearts of people and through
the channels of humour, Miss Draper
outgrew recitations in the drawingroom to recitals on the stage, where
her fame spread. Her career has led
her to all the big cities of the country
and to Paris, Madrid, and London,
where she appeared before the King
and Queen.
Basketball Season
Opens In Albany
Fight hundred persons are expected
for the opening g a m e of the college
basketball season in Albany, with
Union College varsity, two weeks
from t o - m o r r o w night, and it may lie
necessary to engage the slate armory
in W a s h i n g t o n Avenue, for (lie game,
M a n a g e r Harvey C. Feiiuer said today.
It will be the first lime the UnionStale g a m e has been played in Albany
and at least four hundred students
from the Schenectady college are expected to attend.
It will be Union's
o p e n i n g contest also.
Several hundred Stale students and sprinklings
nf Albany residents will lake llie
crowd over the eight hundred mark,
Feiincr believes, If Rensselaer Polylechnic Institute does not play that
night, some of the T r o y men are e.xpeeled to attend, to see their traditional rivals in action.
Practice for the g a m e began this
week, with Captain Galnor and Coach
Baker in charge.
Several practices
have been conducted and yesterday,
Baker expressed himself well satisfied
with the progress made. There are
a good number of candidates out for
the team.
M a n a g e r Fcnner said that early lasl
fall, when the 1923 g a m e between the
two colleges was planned for Schenectady, it was agreed that this year the
contest should be put on in Albany.
T h e dale was then set for December (>,
and t h e g a m e has been scheduled
S t u d e n t s will be admitted on their thirteen m o n t h s .
T h e s e colleges have been booked
student lax tickets, T h e prices, other- delinilely for g a m e s :
Oswego Norwise, to outsiders, are from $2.50 to mal. Union, Brooklyn Law, Brooklyn P h a r m a c y , Si. Michael's, Scton
$3.50.
Hall, P r a t t , Cooper Union, Jamaica
T e a c h e r s , and Rochester Optometry.
T w o alumni g a m e s will also be played.
Three Plays To Be
Given In January;
Try outs Next Week
Presentation in J a n u a r y of "Overtone ," and "'I'he Boy Conies H o m e "
have been definitely decided upon by
t h e J e m e n l a r y dramatics class, Miss
Agn. •s E. Futterer announced yesterday. T b e program will lie completed
with "Aria da Capo."
Committees for the productions arc
to he named soon. Marion M. O'Connor and Louis Doyle have been made
a temporary house c o m m i t t e e to secure the Vinccnlian institute. T r y o u t s
for "Aria da C a p o " will he next week.
Books for the other two plays will
probably be distributed then.
"Selection of this hill of plays,"
Miss Futterer said yesterday, "has
been made with consideration of the
taste of the college audience foremost.
'Aria da Capo' has already proved a
success here, and t h e o t h e r t w o plays
are of a type sure to interest."
T H A N K S G I V I N G RECESS
Early Excuses
S t u d e n t s who live in remote parts
of the state may be excused early on
W e d n e s d a y , N o v e m b e r 26, if train
schedules do not otherwise permit
reaching h o m e on W e d n e s d a y afternoon. Applications for early excuse
should be made at Dean Mctzler's
office on and after Monday, November
24.
A. R. Brubachcr.
MAY TAKE BOOKS
HOME
Miss Cobb wishes to remind the
freshmen that books may be taken
over the T h a n k s g i v i n g vacation. The
books may be obtained from the
library on W e d n e s d a y , November 26,
at 12:00, and must be returned Monday December 1, at 9:00. T h e Reserves are to he taken Monday, November 24.
1'age Two
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, NOVEMBER 21, Vm
FOOTBALL SEASON ENDS
Football is over for 1924, and the
basketball season will be here in two
No. 9 weeks, State College closed its grid
Nov. 21, 1924
Vol. IX
season Saturday, against the SpringPublished weekly during the college field junior varsity. Many other colyear by the Student Body of the New leges wound up their schedules then
York State College for Teachers at and the others will finish to-morrow
or next Thursday.
Albany, New York.
State College's record this year
The subscription rate is three dollars
per year. Advertising rates may be had showed improvement over last year's.
on application to the business manager. Beginning with a surprising show of
against Worcester Tech var(Articles, manuscripts, etc., must be strength
the team fought well against the
in the hands of the editors before Mon- sity,
heavy
Colgate
freshmen, The followday of the week of publication.)
ing week it played lo a 6-6 tie with
P.
P.
I.
freshmen,
winning \vhat_ is
Editor-in-Chief
conceded a moral victory. The Union
KATHLEEN E. FURMAN, '25
game proved disastrous, and the team
Managing Editor
crumbled under the attack of an outfit
HARRY S. GODFREY, '26
not nearly as strong as Colgate. Last
Saturday a stronger team swept to
Business Manager
another victory.
RUTH BARTON, '25
tn the matter of scores, the record
Subscription Manager
this year shows more than a fifty per
GWENDOLYN JONES, '2S
j cent improvement
Assistant Business Managers
Lois MOORE, '25
i
PRESIDENT MEMBER OF
ELISE BOWER, '25
A. O. H.
Assistant Subscription Manager
Dr. Brubacher became Dr. "BruHELEN BARCLAY, '26
liagher," on Wednesday evening, NoAssociate Editors
I vember 12, at seven-thirty o'clock,
FLORENCE PLATNER, '25
|
when he entered the Slate College
HELEN ELLIOTT, '26
| chapter of the A. O, II., as an
JOYCE PERSONS, '26
j honorary member. In fulfilling the
MARGARET BENJAMIN, '26
j requirements for membership, Dr. Bruj hacher gave a brief talk on the history
Reporters
I of the Irish, tracing their genealogy
SARA BARKLEY, '27
I
from ancestors in Switzerland. In
JULIA FAY, '27
conclusion, Dr. Brubacher gave, as an
KATHRYN BLENIS, '27
additional claim for membership, the
ANNA KOFF, '26
| spelling of his name as "Brubagher.1'
EDWIN VAN KLEF.CK, '27
j The formal initiation will take place
LOUISE GUNN, '27
I December 10, at 14 South Lake
| Avenue,
A H A P P Y THANKSGIVING
READS BEFORE I L I O N CLUB
A few years ago, at that Peace
Miss Agnes F. Futterer, college
Conference of world-wide interest,
dramatics director, is giving a series
Clemcnccau is said to have remarked, of three readings before the (lion club
rather acidly perhaps, to Wilson, on of Troy, Miss Futterer read "The
his presentation of the fourteen points, Admirable Crichlon" there, recently.
tliat "Moses needed but ten on Mount I ast week she read at a meeting of
ihe Milne High School Dramatics
Sinai." Fourteen points or ten, presi- Club.
dent or premier, those diplomats were
working toward the same end—peace. T H I R D O F LECTURE SERIES
Dr. Moldenbawcr delivered the
November 11 has passed, and November 27 is coming—Thanksgiving (bird talk in his series on Christian
day, the "peace" day of our Pilgrim Fundamentals in Y. W. on Tuesday,
fathers, when they met to return November 18. He defined the content
as consisting of faith in God,
thanks for being rescued from the In- of faith and
Eternal Life. Dr. Mbldendians. Thanksgiving day lo the pres- Christ,
bawer furnishes real food for thought.
ent generation is still a day in which Why don't YOU come and pass the
to be thankful. Whether we have four- hour with him? His last talk will be
teen points or ten over which to be December 2. The social service comthankful, we are all working toward mittee will conduct a Thanksgivinlg
the same goal—thankfulness. State service at the November 25 meeting.
College students have something for
POLY-SI INITIATES
which to be thankful, for those who
are going home can look forward to
Political Science Club is lo initiate
cranberry sauce and stuffed turkey, to-night Come and find out how
and those who arc staying in Albany they "stepped on it" in 1775 or in the
should be thankful !<> have such a days of I860. What do you know of
pleasant city in which lo pass their Shakespeare's lime? ''One learns
vacation. To add our good wishes to something every day!" Make that
those of the faculty, the News extends day be to-day.
The committees appointed were:
a happy Thanksgiving (o all.
Main Committee, Muriel
Weber,
Marion Manchester; Initiation Committee, Thurza Wheeler; Refreshment
MINERVA TO BE MOVED
Committee, Mary Swart; Stunt ComPublic sentiment concerning the mittee, Daisy Smith, Marion Reilly,
statue of Minerva, which for the last Thena Olmstcad, Lillian Wilde, Edyear has rested in the corner of the \ win Van Klecck, Doris Youngs, and
rotunda, was first stirred by a petition Norine Dorsey.
handed lo Myskania, requesting that
The initiation will last from 7:30 to
the statue be removed to the center | 10:30. All the old members are urged
of the rotunda, facing the front door, to attend.
The question was presented at a recent
meeting of the Assembly and a motion
FRENCH CLUB MEETS
was carried to put the petition into
effect. Dr. Brubacher has just given j It was the privilege of the memhis consent to the action, and the bers of the French Club to listen to
statue will be moved as soon as the re-1 a very interesting lecture by Professor
Simonin on "France and the World
pairs now going on, permit.
War." Professor Simonin illustrated
8>Mt (&alh#t Jta*
PATRONIZE THE CO-OP
At I be "Co-op" you can buy and
order the best kind of gift at a lower
price (ban you will find it elsewhere—
(he newest books. If the "Co-op"'
hasn't the one you want, it will be
ordered immediately.
ff "she has a book," order some
full-fashioned silk or silk and wool
Dr. William Cuuiinings, 79, r>i
stockings. Several attractive samples j Glens Falls, visited college November
II.
are on hand, and your order will be
taken for one pair or more, in any size I The alumnae and active members r.i
you desire, for men or women.
Psi Gamma, will he entertained til
Do not miss the attractive assort- bridge and 'mah ' Jong, Saturday
November
22, at Psi Gamma house
ment of 1925 calendars and Christmas
The hostesses will be Elsie Leonard.
cards with the college seal.
'23, Grace McGuire, '23, and Kalhcn'tii
Before Christmas, comes Thanks- Buehler, '20.
giving, and the "Co-op" will celebrate
'flic New York branch of Psi
by closing at noon on Wednesday,
alumnae will meet Saturday,
November 26. All Wednesday morn- Gamma
November 22, at the home of Mi
ing there will be a special bargain sale S. C. Johnson, '15.
of candy. Come and get a "grab bag."
Dr. Patton, bead statistician of tin
On the train nothing tastes better than
State Labor Department will spcal*
a Hershcy.
before the Mathematics Club, Thiirs
All class picture orders must be in day, December -I. His speech is I"
before Thankskgivhig, so that the deal with Ihe practical application oi
"Co-op" may have your pictures ready mathematics. The meeting will I"
open to all, and a special invitation i
for you the week after vacation.
extended lo the Political Science ('lid'
Dr. Patton was formerly a professoi
of
Economics.
FRESHMEN ATTEND MOVIES
At Dean Pierce's first lecture to the
At a meeting of the senior clasfreshmen women, in the Auditorium
November 6, the girls of '28 divulged held Friday, November 14, a revol'
v.
as
cast for vice-president. Harriet
a guarded secret, their age. Furthermore, they confessed
the ease Harms won, in a close run for tin
office,
against Eloise Browned.
with which Ihey spend money for the
movies, and their regularity in church
Miss Perinc will have reproduction
attendance. All efforts lo wrest these
confessions from Dean Pierce have made by Mundcr, of etchings by dii
fcrcnt
artists in Room 208 this wee!
proved futile.
HIDLEY ADDRESSES POLY-SI
"The History of the Niagara Frontier" brings up dim but fascinating
pictures of the lime when Niagara was
an important portage to the "wild and
wooly West" of those days.
Professor Hidley will speak on this
interesting subject next Tuesday, November 25, under the auspices of the
Political Science Club. Everyone,
even if not a member, is urged to attend, Jot (be dale of November 25
down in your memorandum book!
MORE AROUND T H E COLLEGE
State College freshman basketball
learn will play Lansingburgh High
School's varsity, at North Troy, December 15. Wednesday, the yearlings
were trying to arrange contests for
to-night ami to-morrow night
'flu's week Hie freshmen had practice in lite gym with the varsity, besides workouts of their own.
Dr. Brubacher will be the delegaP
to the annual meeting of the Stan
Teachers' Retirement System, lo In
held in Chancellors' Hall, beginning
at norm Wednesday. November 26.
Kappa Delia entertained Professor
ami Mrs. Kirtland, Dr. and Mrs
Power, Miss Pierce, and Miss Cobb,
al dinner on Saturday evening. After
dinner, (be party heard the musical
coined}', "Marjoric" over Professor
fvirtlahd's radio.
Thomas W. Morriscy, of Caledonia,
returning from the Cornell Alumni
Convention, in New York City, called
on his niece, Mary Morriscy, '26. ;ii
Ihe ("hi Sigma Theta house, Sunda.v
Marjoric Matbcwson, '23, was a
week end guest at the Delta Omega
house.
About twenty-live members al
(ended (be ; ual fall meeting of lie
alumnae association of Delia Omega,
held November 15. After a dinner
The basketball
enthusiasts of the served by the active members, a busic ass
'
of '28 have elected Beatrice ness meeting was held, al which Mi
VV right and Marjoric Sceger to lead George Conwcll presided,
them as captain and manager respectively in this season's games.
Miss Fanny Kelliher, of Kingston,
was a week end guest of her sister,
Juniors, show your class spirit and, Kathryn Kelliher, '27. al Newman
if necessary, by dint of midnight oil, house,
be prepared to turn in to Loreua
Mrs. 0anmai1 entertained Alpha EpShaffer, '26, Janetta Wright, 26, or silon Phi at an informal gathering,
Elizabeth Milmine, '26, peppey songs Saturday evening.
and cheers, to be put in the compeAnna F. Haiinan of the Business
tition Saturday at the frolic.
Office, broadcasted vocal selections,
Monday afternoon, from WGY. Miss
many points with postal views of Hanuan's rich alio voice has received
France. The lecture was worth much many compliments.
from the viewpoint of instruction as
The French Club tea, which was
well as entertainment.
=rt>mt,.led for November 22, has been
After the lecture and business part indefinitely postponed. The attention
of (he meeting, refreshments were of the French students is likewise
served much to the surprise of the called to the fact that a French paper.
members who were not "in" on the "Les Annales" is in the library
plans.
anxiously awaiting inspection.
STATE COLLIDE N.K'WS, NOVRMBEK 21, 1024
H. E. Notes
State Loses Game To
Juniors at Finish
Page Three'
FRESHMEN LOSE T O JUNIORS
ALL YE N E W M A N I T E S
T h e freshmen girls m a d e their debut
Immediately
after
the
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Miss C o r i n n c E . H a l l , in c h a r g e of
to State College basketball circles in
vacation, Newman Club will conduct ; t h e J u n i o r - F r e s h m a n g a m e of N o v e m the senior Practice H o u s e at FraniState College football team lost the a drive for the purpose of securing j b e r 18, T h e underclass team sacrificed
inghani N o r m a l , F r a m i n g h a m , Massai last game of its season, ,31 to 0, to
chusetts, visited State College Friday, i Springfield Y. M, C. A. College junior subscriptions to the Newman Q u a r - s c o r i n g in this, their first game, to
terly, This magazine is the official give a chance to t r y o u t various comN o v e m b e r 14. After visiting classes | varsity Saturday, a t Ridgcfield Park.
binations of players. T h e contest w a s
State kicked off in the opening half organ of the Federation of Catholic characterized by wilil s h o t s a n d fumbin the college, and a class taught by
a student teacher at School 12, Miss ; and received during the second half.; CTubs, and contains in digest form the l i n g ; b u t despite t h e score of 32 to 6
gained through State's j records of Newman Club activities in a g a i n s t them, t h e underclassmen, disHall a n d Miss W i n c h e d were enter- | Springfield
| line. Outweighed in the hackficld and
p l a y i n g a c o m m e n d a b l e spirit, did n o t
tained at luncheon, by Miss Steele's line, Slate began a series of forward j the various colleges throughout the allow the g a m e to become a "walk
ll is, therefore, an a w a y . " A feature of t h e g a m e w a s
s o p h o m o r e class in meal p l a n n i n g and ; passes against which Springfield could | United Slates,
preparation. T h e family in Uie H o m e nol compete. Springfield retaliated by jorgan of union and cooperation, and, the fact that sisters were opposing
!
M a n a g e m e n t H o u s e entertained Miss ; plunging through State's line, thereby as its name suggests, is published four each other, J a n e t t a W r i g h t , '26, playgaining several yards,
Sclmidt ofl limes a year. T h e subscription rate ing guard and Beatrice W r i g h t , '28,
I fall a n d Miss VVinehell at dinner.
p l a y i n g forward.
T h e b r o a d c a s t i n g p r o g r a m for N o - ! Springfield scored the first touchdown | lo Newman Club m e m b e r s is fifty
T h e line-up:
vember 17 will be, " U s i n g t h e Food ; in the opening period.
cents for the four editions in the col- J u n i o r s
Position
Freshmen
Springfield
again
attempted
passes
.Allowance to A d v a n t a g e , " given by
S
m
ith
R. F ,
W r i g h t , B.
Miss Cora A n n e Steele; a n d Novem- l a n d punts, b u t only o n e forward pass i lege year, T h e week beginning D e - Tuell
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was
completed.
State,
in
the
second
|
cember I, will be " Q u a r t e r l y Week,"
ber 20, "Guides to Meal Planning,"
C.
Rowland
| quarter, made several decided gains. and Ncuiuaniles are urged lo put Ibe K a y n o r
by Miss M a r i o n F l e m m i n g .
Milmine
R, G.
Lee
Sclinidt
again
scored
for
Springfield,
T h e A l b a n y J o u r n a l will conduct
Slate College club "on the m a p " by W r i g h t , J .
L, G.
Van E m b u r g h
a Cake B a k i n g Contest on N o v e m b e r but Males failed to kick the goal. A ' signing up promptly,
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for
Sniith,
26. T h e y have asked that one m e m b e r | fourth goal w a s realized by Spring-j
Deeming for Milmine, L o m a n for
of t h e State College staff a c t on the field near the end of the third quarter.
W r i g h t ; '28, Rccd for W r i g h t , Taylor
Stale after Ibis held its opponents
committee of j u d g e s for this contest.
for
S t r o n g , L u y s t c r for Rowland,
T h r e e s t u d e n t s in I I . E. 18, special scoreless until the middle of (he last
L a n g d o n for L e e , S t o u t c n b e r g for
problems in foods, with Miss Steele's period when Springfield succeeded in
L
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e
,
Erlick for S t o u t c n b e r g , Denni" W h e n at the gym frolic, do as the
cooperation, will cast the State College making two long gains. Slate rallied I
freshmen d o . " This is the m o t t o son for Van E m b u r g h , and Cohen for
vole in these j u d g m e n t s . In prepara- once more, gained forty yards on forDennison.
Referees, Miss J o h n s t o n
which will govern the G, A. A. festivition for this work, the class will make ward passes in the last minute, a n d ,
lies of Noveniher 22. A committee of and Elizabeth Milmine, Score, 36-6—
a study of score cards, and get prac- was threatening Springfield's goal j
freshmen under t h e general guidance
tice in evaluating p r o d u c t s , in order when the .name ended.
SOPHOMORE BEAT JUNIORS
, of Louisa Dennison, chairman, will
T h e line-up and s u m m a r y :
that they m a y make as just a decision
liy a score of 20-17, the '27 baskethave entire charge of entertainment,
Slate
Position
Springlielc
as is possible.
ball team trimmed its ancient rival of
eals, and recreation. Events will he1- E
Miller
Miss A. M a y Fillinghatn will make 1 forming
last year, t h e present juniors, in one
Kin al eight o'clock and will disclose of t h e fastest g a m e s of t h e season
1.. T.
Grape
a trip into V e r m o n t the latter part Haynes
a startling surprise. Sign up on the played Monday afternoon at four
1.. G
Shaw
of the week of N o v e m b e r 17, to visit Kershaw
(I. A. A. bulletin board and put '28 o'clock.
Roberts
C.
Priugle
F r o m t h e first few minutes
practice houses. S h e will g o to the
on her mettle,
Morgan
of play, the contest was hard fought
Practice Mouse a t Middlebury Col- Crawford
R . <;.
R. T.
Honghner
and exciting.
T h e action slowed a
lege, and to the University of Ver- Jensen
SPANISH CLUB MEETS
1 innnclly
R. E
bit after the first goal, but regained
Geiger
mont a t B u r l i n g t o n ,
m o m e n t u m in t h e second quarter, and
Q. 11
Males
Miss Florence E . Winchcll, within (Vane
Spanish Club mooting W e d n e s d a y .
moved swiftly to a whirlwind finish.
1.. I I . 11. Manlcy
the past t w o weeks, visited H o m e Johnson
November 12, was addressed by Miss
Both teams showed some pretty pass
R. I I . 1! Oliver
Economics
D e p a r t m e n t s in several
Hill, who spoke in Spanish of s o m e
w o r k , the S o p h o m o r e s particularly exSclmidt
F, B,
other colleges; Michigan Agricultural Gilchrist
of tin Spanish customs and ol a few
celling
in w o r k i n g as a unit.
Both
College, at East Lansing, Michigan;
Summary
of her experiences in Spain.
A
t e a m s were so well balanced a n d in
Slate N o r m a l School, Buffalo; and Me- Touchdowns—Sclnnidl
2, Oliver, gentleman from Columbia addressed such good form that t h e g a m e set a
chanics i n s t i t u t e , Rochester. She also Mauley, Males.
the meeting for a m o m e n t after Miss
record for tense m o m e n t s .
visited t h e J u n i o r H i g h Schools in
Substitutions:
Stale
C o l l e g e - Hill's talk. T h e members of (he club
T h e line-up is a s follows;
Rochester, a n d spent several days at Nephew for Crane. Crane for Nephew, are slowly recovering from the shock
J
Position
Sophomores
ibe M e r r i l l - P a l m e r School in Detroit, Kuczyuski for Kershaw, Nephew for of learning that they can really Under- u n i o r s
Sniith
R. F .
Swettman
stand
people
when
Ihey
talk
Spanish.
Michigan.
Sage; Springfield—Forbes for MichiTuell
L. F,
DuBois
Senior s t u d e n t s from various col- gan, H o ft for Boughner, Makin for
Raynor
C.
Tompkins
leges t h r o u g h o u t the c o u n t r y spend Miller.
LE BARRON ELECTED
W r i g h t , J.
R, G.
Falle
either o n e quarter, or o n e semester at
Officials—Referee. Malcolmsen; UmL. G.
Empic
Milmine
CAPTAIN
the
Merrill-Palmer
School,
being pire, W c g n c r ; Head Linesman, CasS u b s t i t u t e s : Keon for Smith, Milgiven full credit al their own insti- . savant.
Eric II. I.eliarron, '26, of Albany, m i n e for R a y n o r , L e c m i n g for MilTime
of
quarters—First,
tutions t o w a r d the B . S. Degree. twelve minutes; others, leu minutes, wn« elected caplain of varsity base- m i n e , Neville for S w e t t m a n . Referee,
T h e y work with little children from
ball for 1924-25, al a meeting last Miss J o h n s t o n .
Timekeeper, Louisa
tvyo t o five y e a r s of a g e in t h e N u r week of lasl vear's letter m e n . L e - D e n n i s o n , '28.
HISTORY 2 STUDENTS
sery School d u r i n g t h e m o r n i n g , and
Barroii played with the learn reguin t h e afternoon they attend classes
larly last season. He succeeds Elmer
HOT DOG ROAST
ATTENTION! !
in P s y c h o l o g y and Sociology, and
Slahhuan. '25.
T h e C h a m b e r of C o m m e r c e Club
make studies in advanced p r o b l e m s in ! Another History You Musi liny!
The sprint.! schedule will include six had a most enjoyable h o t d o g roast
such things as Nutrition, Practice I History of State College- 1925
or eight games and is being completed S a t u r d a y evening, N o v e m b e r 8. About
H o u s e M a n a g e m e n t . In t h e Psycholby Harry Rude, acting manager. Si, t h i r t y m e m b e r s , together with P r o Inquire " P c d " Hoard
ogy
class,
which
is, of course, :
I'onavenliire and Si. Stephen's will fessor and M r s , Y o r k e , Miss Avery,
!
based upon the e l e m e n t a r y courses
probably be played. A trip lo New a n d Miss A n d e r s o n , attended, T h e
that t h e y have bad in their earlier
sixteen mile trip to Knickerbocker
York is also to be scheduled.
L a k e in the huge W . I. A. T . bus w a s
years of college, practical applications
s o m e t h i n g to be remembered-, P l e n t y
are c o n s t a n t l y m a d e from their daily
MATH. CLUB INITIATES
of " d o g s , " m a r s b m c l l o w s , and cider
experiences with the children in the
Several very dignified seniors were satisfied everyone's appetite, and the
nursery. E a c h student is assigned to ;
" A Good Place to Buy" robbed of most of their dignity when r o a r i n g lire, songs and stories were
two children, one boy and one girl,
Ibev
were initiated into Mathematics the finishing touches to a party, voted
and watches those children in parClub. Friday, November 14. T h e t h e best yet by all.
ticular d u r i n g t h e whole semester.
SHOES
initiates presented a highly educational
Y. W . T O G I V E D I N N E R S
T h e s t u d e n t s make daily noles on
program, including a frog dance, songs,
Good Samaritan work is being cartheir p a r t i c u l a r children, and, at t h e
and an attempt lo solve several diffi- ried on by Slate's Y. W . girls, for
125 C e n t r a l A v e at L e x i n g t o n
end of the term, write term reports
cult
mathematical
problems. T h e T h a n k s g i v i n g dinners for t h e poor inon both children.
Next
crowning feature of the evening—if cludes their latest campaign.
Open Evenings
In addition to the work of t h e i
the refreshments are excepted—was M o n d a y and T u e s d a y , contributions
N u r s e r y School, there a r e a n u m b e r of
will be received in the college rotunda,
the
playing
of
"
T
h
r
e
e
Deep,"
and
pieces of research work t h a t a r e being !
"Wink," in which, as every m e m b e r n o r a r e contributions limited, for they
carried on by the Merrill-Palmer
Christmas Photographs
who was present asserts, "even Birchie m a y include a n y t h i n g from money to
School, in t h e City of Detroit, or elsec a n n e d fruit and vegetables.
D
O
Z
E
N
A
T
H
A
L
F
D
O
Z
E
N
ii lined."
where in t h e county.
T h e MerrillPRICES
Palmer School is, at t h e present time,
the m o s t o u t s t a n d i n g e x p e r i m e n t that T o S t u d e n t s W h o W i s h to Arrange
is b e i n g carried o n in t h e field of to H a v e Them T a k e n Before DecemHome Economics.
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"Food Facts F o r Every Day," a
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, NOVEMBER 21, 1924
CALENDAR
Friday, November 21
7:30-10:30 P. M. Political Science
Initiation—Gym.
Saturday, November 22
8:00-11:00 P. M. G. A. A. F r o l i c Gym,
Monday, November, 24
4:00 P. M. Junior-Senior basketball—Gym.
Tuesday, November 25
3:00 P. M. Y, W. C. A,—Auditorium.
4:00 P. M. Senior-Freshman Basketball—Gym.
8:15 P. M, Advanced Dramatics
Class Play—Auditorium,
Wednesday, November 26
Thanksgiving recess begins.
Monday, December 1
4:00 P. M. Sophomore-Junior basketball—Gym.
Tuesday, December 2
3:00 P. M. Y. W. C. A.—Auditorium,
4:00 P. M. Sophomore-I'Veshman
Basketball—Gym.
Wednesday, December 3
French Club.
Thursday, December 4
4:00 P. M, Open meeting of Math.
Club—Room 201.
Mock Trial Proceeds; Witnesses Testify;
M. and M. Maistelmon
Hutchinson On Bench; Attorneys Fight Hard
"Secret enemies who arc afraid to
come out in the open" arc at the back
of the $25,000 "heart halm" suit filed
by Miss Bcrnicc Qttirin, '26, against
Lylc Roberts, '25, football captain,
Roberts charged yesterday in a dramatic
interview with
newspaper
writers,
"It's a plot to ruin mc politically,"
the athlete declared.
Asked if it is true that he told
Miss Quinn "he could live without
food easier than without her," Roberts
said:
"It's a lie. I never said that. If
they think they can do me for $25,000,
which I don't possess, they'll find out
they're wrong. If T didn't think there
was more justice in this country than
that, I'd move to Russia."
The trial moved rapidly in government class, with Professor Hutchison
on the bench this week, and is expected to end to-day. The court
ordered the room cleared of all except
• "inbers of the class, to avoid danger
of a mob attack upon Roberts, by the
WATCH BULLETIN BOARD
crowd which became infuriated as
Current History "in a nutshell" more and more details of evidence
awaits the cynosure of students' eyes! were uncovered by the prosecution.
The news of the day is summarized, Roberts preserved an outward silence
grouped, and set in an attractive form as witnesses piled up accusations
upon the History 2 Bulletin Board, against him last Friday and Monday,
at the left hand side of room 200. Kxcept for occasional nervous biting
Professor Risley wishes to introduce of his lips and profuse blushes, he
the college to this board.
gave little sign that he heeded the
It brings all the news under the; proceedings. He. sat in an obscure
corner.
big groups of Social, Economic, ReMiss Qiiinn was visibly affected as
ligious, and Sport. Even bits of
poetry and "grand and glorious" pic- , her friends told of what the prosecutures of Who's Who deck the board. tion branded "Roberts' shameless
The news items change from day to j perfidy." She seemed on the verge of
dav.
\ an emotional collapse several limes.
Just read one or two items devoutly Roberts avoided her gaze and when
every day. The History 2 students their eyes did meet occasionally, he
will be immensely gratified and per- Hushed deeply and attempted a sickly
haps Professor Risley may he induced smile.
to post some pictures and snapshots
The prosecution introduced corresof his travels abroad. Be a loiterer— pondence alleged to have passed beand loiter 'round the History board tween the principals. It endeavored to
in particular.
show this bound Roberts to marry
Miss Qtiinn. The courtroom was conSILVER BAY CLUB ACTIVE
vulsed in laughter as the most intimate
The Silver Bay Club took charge communications were read by Adrian
of the Young Peoples' meeting at the Johnson, counsel for Miss Quinn.
Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church
Judge Hutchison several times had
last Sunday. Several members spoke j the room called to order.
about experiences at the college Y. W.
Defense and prosecution organized
conference last summer. Alice Good- its forces to-day for the final act of
ing told of meetings, lectures, and dis- the tense drama. Miss Quinn, it is
mission groups. Gcorgianna Maan:
mentioned sports, and the sunrise
hike to "Inspiration Point." Iva Hin- court life. The meeting closed with
man described several foreign stu- the conference song "Follow the
dents, and related an interesting per- Gleam;" accompanied by Mrs. French,
sonal anecdote about the Swedish an active member of the Y. W. adCountess Bernadotte, who had spent visory board, whose kind welcome
an afternoon with State's delegation and hospitality to the club was much
telilng about Swedish customs and appreciated.
said, was in consultation with Mr.
Johnson, her attorney, until an early
hour this morning. Early to-day a
throng of curious who have followed
every detail of the trial, gathered about
the government class room,
Surprises are expected, It is said
that the defense may call Dr. George
A. Painter, mental expert, in an effort
to prove that Roberts has been suffering from "mental disease." Godfrey,
his lawyer, refused to confirm or deny
the report. The defense may also introduce additional character witnesses
to-day.
Roberts ate a light breakfast this
morning and retired to his rooms, refusing newspapermen admission. Over
the phone it was said that "Mr. Roberts believes that justice will triumph.
Mc has nothing further to say."
Miss Quinn's whereabouts to-day
was veiled in secrecy. Her attorney
said she was "perfectly well and confident of victory," and that she would
lie on hand for the verdict.
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