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State College Ne^fts
NEW YORK STATE COLLEGE F O R TEACHERS
ESTABLISHED BY THE CLASS OF 1918
VOL. IX
No. 17
ALBANY,
N.
Y.
FEBRUARY
20,
1925
SENIOR HOP
Blackburn To Direct Drive For Residence
T O M O R R O W **alJ; Fuller Robinson Co. Preparing Plans
A^
$3.00jEr^ear
OSWEGO IS
DEFEATED'l
t\ drive lo raise $-|00,()0() among $20,000 from Mrs. Herbert A. W h i t t l e
.'late College alumni and Albany resi- 279 Western avenue. This .site is within
dents (0 build the residence ball will eight minutes walk of the college
be made this spring under the direc- buildings, in an attractive neighborhood, the site being one that Will not:
tion of John T. I). Ulackbuni.
All
be encroached upon by future building.
"Oh,
Don't you remember
the effort lo raise pledges of alumni now The grounds surrounding the proRounding into the filial lap of a vicSenior Hop?" Thai tomorrow's event amounting to $11.) 000 to a new mark posed new building will be graded and
torious season, the Purple and Cold
may be a prize recollection of all sup- . I $250,000 will be made while a cain- provision made for women students
will meet Cortland Normal school
porters nf '25. is the end Inward which
•are $200,000 from Albany \ lo enjoy until
• sports winter and tonight al 8 o'clock in the college
the committee, under (he general di-. is going on.
uminer,
gymnasium. The team will light for
rection of Mary Driscoll, is striving,
This movement to build tin first
In
till
its
eighty
years, Stale another and fifth consecutive will on
The dance will be held ill the college
hall for v omen al •ilale has been without any dormitory fa- the home court. R. R, Baker, coach,
gym iroiii elglil lo eleven forty-Hvc. I (.."oilutrc: al an initial cost of $-100,000 cilities, Conditions which thirty and has been working the players hard
Red and while (be class colord the hearh
ha
l o l l y years ago were acceptable lo this week lo get them into lop form
predominate in the decorating scheme; j dorsemeul 'of prominent educators not • Indents, have become such that I >r. to finish the season strongly.
Two
organization and class banners will be
unecled will) the college, beside
lirubaclier, Dean Pierce, and Profes- more games remain, thai of tonight
additional features. The Louis Slalcy large number of public .spirited citizen, sor Savl
ol the faculty, cooperating I and the final contest next week with
!
orchestra will play live numbers ill each i, Albany.
with tin
ii. arc making every | Rochester School of Optometry here.
half, The festivity is lo be chaperoned
Albany is lite official headquarters
lb rl to provide adequate living
linker intends to start l l o r n u u g and
by ihe honorary faculty members of for a civic and alumni campaign which dilions.
Kuezynski al forwards and Oainor al
the class. Miss' Hazel Rowley, Miss will
be inaugurated
this
spring.
Despite the fact thai the stale is center and Nephew and Juckelt al
May
Fillingham, and Miss Laura I oHi
have been ripened III the rear bring asked to appropriate $91111,011(1
uards tin's evening. The team's deThompson.
| |,,b|
if the Hotel Welling
I.Ui
r additional buildings at Stale Col- j tense has been hard hit tin's season,
The following chairmen are respon- i st.H
licet, and graduates of State
relieve the present congested Johnson, a regular, having been taken
sible for the handling of the affair: i .•,,•,. m , w \lv\Ui\ organized with a view condition of class rooms, none of th . from the lineup by sickness after the
music,
Anne
Evans;
decorations, h , , increase alumni subscriptions to I sum can lie allocated for living qttar- opening games and Griffin, utility
Katherlne
Woodward:
invitations, $250,000.
lers.
The alumni of State College guard this week, by an injured knee.
Ruth Wemple; refreshments, Cert- i
p | i l l l s f n r t | , c residence hall are now : have taken the responsibility that will Slate chalked up its fourth consecurude Coleman; and programs, Alice being prepared by Puller Robinson be shared by the friends of the Instl- tive victory Saturday, when it defeated
Bottghton. Bids to this function are j Company, 95 State street.
These union lo do everything possible to the live representing Oswego Normal
included in senior dues, which must plans call for a beautiful five-story alleviate existing conditions,
School by a score of 28 to 18, before
be paid before the dance.
building in an architectural style thai
Plans for completing the building a big crowd of rooters. The game
harmonizes with the present college fund assumed definite shape this week was fast, Oswego putting up some
buildings al Western ami Washington when John T . I). Blackburn accepted stiff opposition. Stale College, howavenues. There will he student rooms ; the chairmanship of a committee which ever, alter the first three minutes of
Friday, the thirteenth, the cross
King was
Ihat will provide for four hundred ; is now being recruited from among a play, was never Iieaded.
word puzzle craze made a lucky a|
girls who are now renting rooms with group of prominent .Albanians,
Mr. the star for the visitors, while the
pcarauce in Assembly.
private families or in approved room- Blackburn is the president of the Hy- Purple and Cold's points were well
The victim, poor, benighted ere;
ing houses.
gienic Refrigerating Corporation and scattered. Oswego has defeated Hamlure, appeared upon the scene with
Several mouths ago through the of the Coal Merchants' Association of ilton twice this year.
large dictionary, pencil, and the cross
renerosllv of the alumni the residence \lbany. He is well known throughout
K i n g made the first score when be
word puzzle.
The intricate
hall building fund was able to acquin
. .
, letter.
,
, the city for his active participation caged the ball from (lie field soon
I mved even more perplexing than tile n SCVC n and a half acre site between during the past few years in many after the start of the game. This was
final examinations.
But there came | Ontario and Partridge streets near lie- civic enterprises, and the Y. M. C. A. followed by a basket from the penalty
line by Forsylhe, Gainor scored the
a ray of hope, rather a sextet of hopes, i vcrwvck park, at a purchase price of fund-raising campaigns.
first basket for Stale on a pass from
as M:< dainty maidens, in bewitching '
cross-word puzzle gowns, came to
Nephew.
Nephew followed with a
BACKS BYRNE BILL
dance away the worries of the crossspectacular shot from the edge of (lie
word puzzle fiend.
A committee of students lias been
court. At ball" time the varsity led,
Despite " the (ripping of the light chosen to inlluence the passing of (he
14 to 9.
fantastic t o e " and the entertaining Byrne bill appropriating money for
T i g h t play kept the bail out of the
Alexander Woolcott, America's foresongs, the victim was still laboriously the erection of new college buildings.
hoop for several minutes in the second
poring over the problem. As a last re- Working under the leadership of most dramatic critic, and an interest- half, l l o r n u u g was the first to shoot
source, mdical aid was sought.
A
".diminil Crane, who has been ap- ing speaker will be presented at the a basket. King came back with ankesmau. the committee
nurse found the cross-word puzzle pointed
other and alter thai the scoring seefiend with a very high temperature will endeavor to secure the legislation \ iuccntian Institute, March d, by the sawed until Stale started a rally near
Mr. ,,
, , ,,
,
•
.
and rapid pulse and called in a doctor. ol the bill by appealing to the various Dramatic and Art Association.
,
.
. . ! 'be end of the game and was out m
'Ibis skilled physician, in reality Eddie committees under whose supervision . . . . .
Van Kleeck, deemed it necessary to the bill will come. The students coni- Woolcott is at present dramatic critic j ihe ufront,
to 18. at thethe
final freshman
whistle,
the 28preliminary
place the victim, who protested ill vain, . posin
lln's group are:
Edmund of the New York Sun and of Vanity men's team defeated the juniors by a
on a wheelbarrow and to carry her ('ram
Ceorgie
De.Mocker,
Ermic
score
of
12
to
10
in
an
interclass
Fair. H i ' has been dramatic critic of
Boardnian. Kalhlc
m.
Ralph
league game.
the New York Times and (he New
STATIC
fb. fp. (p.
iieaded by Florence Craddock. aided
The various problems which will be York Herald as well. Having many Horiuing, rf
2
0
4
I « Gertrude Olds, and Iva lliuman. ' discussed are: inadequate gymnasium personal intimacies among principal Kuezynski, If
-I
2
10
Alma Falle headed the sophomore facilities, locker rooms, and shower dramatic authors and actors of both Gainor, c
2
1
5
committee, assist d by Helen 'Pomp- facilities, need for more extensive
lucked, r g
1
0
2
kins, and Louise Gurtn.
laboratories in the Science Department (his country, England and .France, he Nephew. Ig
3
I
7
-m,| mere library space which will be is able to supplement ill's talks with Griffin, Ig
TEN YEARS OF SERVICE HERE secured by building a new auditorium interesting anecdotes from an inexThe tenth anniversary of Dr. A. R. allowing the present auditorium to I:
haustible fund of reminiscence.
In
28
Total
Brubacher's presidency over State used for a library.
tp.
one of Mr. Woolcotl's addresses, be
OSWEGO fb
College is this month.
February 1.
-I
R. Brown, rf
made
the
statement,
"
Dramatic
criti1915, Dr. Brubacher was called' to years ago and received his doctor's de10
King, If
that office by the board of trustees to gree from the'same university in 19112. cisms are the combinations of gossip Brosner, c ..
0
succeed Dr. W i l l i a m J. Milne. Pre- .Among other activities, he has taught .'
nig people and personal apprecia- Russell, r g ..
0
vious to tin's lie had been superin- Creek, and Education, written F.nglish tion of the play."
Forsylhe, Ig
tendent and principal n the Schcnec- j text books, beside
contributing to
The Dramatic and A r t Association J. Brown, Ig
tailv High School. I Jr. Brubacher was , leading profession:! .'diicalioual and
will also present Miss Futtcrer in a
graduated from Yale twenty-eight I literary magazine
Totals . . . .
reading in Ihe near future.
Driscoll Promises
Best Informal Ever
Cortland To Be Met
By State Tonight
Puzzle Stunt
Woolcott To Appear
In Albany March 6
STATE COLLEGE NEWS/FEBRUARY 20, 1025
.Page Two
Vol. r X
Fd\Toj92S"
N o , 17
Guerrero To Address Barn Dance Planned
Club Wednesday By G. A. A. Feb. 27;
Spanish Club has a great treat in
Fiddlers a Feature
store for all its m e m b e r s and friends.
Published weekly during the college
" Big dance at G. A, A.'s barn Friyear by the Student J'ocly of the New | Sen or J o s e Guerrero, of Costa Rica,
day evening, February 27, beginning a t
York State College for Teachers at will lecture on his native land at Spanseven-thirty, s t u n t s to he a feature,
Albany, N e w York.
ish Club meeting, \Vcdnesday, FebI come and b r i n g y o u r girl," This is the
T h e subscription rate is three dollars
ruary 25, at -1:00 I'. M„ in Room 103.
Miss Elizabeth Shcrley
per year, Advertising rates may be had
announcement G. A. A. would h a v e ,
on application to the business manager. Seuor Guerrero is a m e m b e r of the
.
_ .. ,,, , i , a m o n g t h o s e present a t the conference
(Articles, manuscripts, etc., must be legislature of Costa Rica a n d a man broadcasted to every S. (... f. student. o f ) | 0 | . m a , s c h o o , M'brariaus ,.,.,.,.,„ h
in the hands of the editors before Mon- of very wide experience in his ownI T h e r e will be a briel business meet- | | l c | f | j„ Syracuse. Miss Shcrley repp
day of the week of publication.)
country,
l i e is at present taking a l i t i s first, then all couples will climb s a i l e d t h e Broekport Normal School
course in statistics at State, l i e will I down from t h e h a y loft to the main I A m o n g the s t u d e n t s from the W w
Editor-in-Chief
floor, and see '26-'28 perform. T h e n York Stale Library School, who are
speak in Spanish, slowly enough so the fiddlers will tunc up and " T u r k e y doing practice work- in the college
K A T H L E E N E. F U R M A N , '25
that all Spanish students should be able in the S t r a w " will he called off. T h e library a r e A n n a P. Dttraud, C o n n ' I
Managing Editor
to u n d e r s t a n d him. T h i s is the firs I committees promise s o m e t h i n g unique, university and t h e University of Mm
H A R R Y S. GODFREY, '26
time that Spanish Club h a s been able never before a t t e m p t e d a t State, T h o s e nesola, Grace L. Giflin, Univcrsih ••<••
Business Manager
in charge of t h e various phases of the Colorado, Mary L l l a m e r , College ••
to secure a speaker of such note a m o n g
R O T H BARTON, '25
event a r e : Lorena Shaffer, '26, g e n - ' Emporia, K a n s a s , a n d University ' ;
bis own people. T h e meeting is open oral c h a i r m a n ; ' s t u n t , K a t e S a x t o t i , ' 2 8 ; Illinois, a n d Helen I I . Miller, VVhii
Subscription Manager
to all who are interested, livery mem- decorations, Mollic E r l i c k , ' 2 8 ; refresh- m a n College a n d t h e University oi
GWENDOLYN JONES, '25
Assistant Business Managers
ber of Spanish Club should certainly meiiis, Dorothy Lasher, '28, and Irene ! W a s h i n g t o n . T h e s e students are al •••
Kemp, '28; publicity, Florence H u t - doing practice w o r k af Union Collee.
Lois MOORE, '25
be present.
chins, '27.
| Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, .ire'
E U S E BOWER, '25
Everyone is requested to come in various public libraries of the vicinit;
Assistant Subscription Manager
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Kappa Delta welcomes Rita M
costume
H E L E N BARCLAY, '26
Cowan, '26, as a pledge member.
To |hose w h o would make Slale
Associate Editors
H. E . A S S O C I A T I O N M E E T S
, A !','!' a Fpsih.n Phi was entertained
;
FLORENCE PLATNER. '25
belter, truer, a foremost college, the
by Miss Kaplan at her home, Satin
H E L E N ELLIOTT, '26'
| suspension of that menace which llovA: the second g r o u p meeting of the ( | a y evening, F e b r u a r y N .
JOYCE P E R S O N S , '26
i ered over Slale a few weeks ago comes eastern section oi t h e New York Stale
Miss Hill, critic of French and
MARGARET B E N J A M I N , '26
a- a welcome relief. D i s h o n e s t y Is a H o m e Economics Association, held al Spanish in t h e Milne High School, >u
thing
none
of
us
cares
to
talk
of,
Stale
College,
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6,
an
interestlerlaincd
al bridge the fall seuie-t.-r
Reporters
Remarks were bushed, the deeds which mg discussion ol electrical labor-sav- j practice teachers of her departim-m
SARA BARKLEY, '27
occurred were liusbed, but t h e bare nig devices and their [dace in school Saturday afternoon, February l-l. at
J U L I A FAY, '27
IVATIIRVN B L E N I S , '27
fact remained. It was thought neces- and home was led by Miss Gentler, her home, 823 Myrtle avenue. Ri
A N N A KOFI?, '26
sary to post notices warning us of the Miss Steele gave an enthusiastic talk frcshmeuts a p p r o p r i a t e for Si. Valcn
nu factors underlying student club line's Day were served, Those p n - c n l
E n w m V A N KLKI-CIC, '27
[ " n o n - s a f e t y " of our property when
organization, which was marie m o r e I were tva H i n m a n , Augusta Daw.,!!.
L O U I S E G I J N N , '27
left unguarded, But will ii be ueces- vital by a round table discussion by j Sadie Naumoff, Mary Learv, Helen
[ sary to leave these notices posted as members of several s t u d e n t clubs. At Cornell, Gladys
Mcrsercau, l.-ab. I
P A T M O T ISM
a constant reminder to the offenders"'' the social gathering later, ten was A p p l e l o n , Mildred Currle,
111 these weeks of great men's birth- ! Willi an abatement in this offense, we served by Miss l-'illmgham and M i s s !
Mary g, Vedder, '25, has returned
days, we all halt for a time in our mad ; notice an increase in discourtesy a n d I h o m p s o n , w h o were assisted by j to college after a t w o weeks' convarush and pay reverent homage to their untidyness. T h e inroads through the members ol the H o m e Economics | lescence a l h e r h o m e in Catskill,
Marion R, Day, '27, and Ruth I.
greatness,
February
twelfth
a n d locker room at noon-lime made to t h e student body, ^
: Moore, '25, a r e resuming there sludii twenty-second not only recall Wash accompaniment of clinking milk batiiifrton a n d Lincoln, hut they also tles used a s substitute footballs is far
D O U B L E F E A T U R E MOM.
j after recovering from severe attackmake us think of such men as Roose- from rivalling t h e college orchestra.
S o m e t h i n g new in t h e line of one- n l Miss
" r , l ' l ' eBernicc
.
Dykeman of Onconia
velt and Wilson. In trying to present Lei us he convinced that Slate is hold- act plays will he staged Tuesday evenNormal
was the week-end guest oi
character delineations of these men we ing her o w n with a high head, bill ing, al S: 15, in the college auditorium
Ruth
Kelley,
'28,
al Page Hall,
are nonnlussed bv t h e unusual con- let us quell t h e elements rather than under the direction of Ethel Pcrsk and
Mrs.
\i.,_., r.-i„, ,;„,,,,
II ,, ,
.,,
Airs. H
t i .. N
Noorr tt hh of
o Chazy,
i hazy, New
rsew Vork.
i on<
trasts involved. N o n e of them seem be subjected to them.
•
former
bouse
m
o t,,h e r al, ,,
Page M
Hall,
aiary p i a igan. m
p a y s wu p r e - . , , ,•
,
,,
alike, but they a'I possessed one salient
, cspending
0 1 1 ,
h oa
u few
e
days
in
the
city.
characteristic—greatness
of
heart,
sent a scene of d r a m a t i c realism, Ed- i
5
f m^heral
age (all
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
The
o n d attention
ff
f c w of
l l th
S e student
,
cbod'.
, y
g r e a t n e s s of mind, a n d greatness of
muncl Crane
will nu.•
represent
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"!
leciuai
acstnetic
nanii. w hthe
i e intelRuth' V-?<?
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V • " ' , r,
l
OFFICERS
purpose. Lincoln, beaten on all sides
Moore, the wife will bring a dash of Y
' ' | ° t h e . P , c l u r 0 , " f , '"' ( < l "
c
1
and asked to resign by those very
Several faculty m e m b e r s b a s e been the Bowery, in the p!av staged by Miss ' 'f . 0 «*M &?«WTliesr t muon dt e r; (he auspio
people who had elected him, refused to chosen for s t a n d i n g committees of the Persk. A stolen purse is nvolved in j ?i J ' ,
. ? ° PDean
»
" Pierce'-,
: " " "oflic
"/'
hibiled outside
give up the fori.
Wilson, criticized
plot of the second plav.
Marion
, , , . . ..,. . ,, „ „
, , „ , , , „ w m w / . v . college alumni a>
association Ibis year. the
hciirntlcr,
D oo rr oo tt hh yy
McAlloy, aand
I , D ! C ' • v " " l;""v.;_ thai several of our
D
McAlloy,
n
d
and found fault with, d u g t o his P r o f e s s o r CMfTorcl A, W o o d a r d , head Richard Jensen make UP t h e cast of _ . U . i ^ , a l ' e ' ' " B c l u K ; ' 1 ' 1 "'' " " " ''""'
D e p a r t m e n t , is chair- the latter presentation, J e n s e n has alh f e s purpose mil, severed from it by L f , h e BMasy
women.'
death and then he gave his life or , ,„.„. f ) f ,,„. £ f
fic
| { | ,„„,,„•„,...
Have y o u heard that Edmund II
his country as willingly as did Lin- and member* a r e Miss A n n e Filling- ready won renown a s the iovinl Dutchin
a
play
staged
several
weeks
Crane,
•,
president
•
of
, t h e Student
,
ASM>man
coln. Roosevelt, furnishing an excel- ham of the H o m e Economics Departtm lon
lent subject for cartoonists and even ment, a n d Stanley Heason.
Rnth
Moona n d Marion
. ' ' ' s :i, n e p ' 1 G W s o f " " " " ' '
Other seo.
wr ,, l r
St hc
c r an e:
supplying his own political parly with committees
f "
,.
T r ' r. .
arc;
.Auditing,
Miss S c h r a d c r have also m a d e their debut
w h a t that party considered cause for Mabel Wood, c h a i r m a n : Miss A n t o i - '•i the Slate College d r a m a t i c world , , H ? W , ' • ' ' " " " , 9 , , a i y a
,M('rM.'u''"' jeering, went serenely on his way re- nette J o h n s o n ; legislative, Miss Edith U these actors d o „ o . offer S „ S | relationsh.p to VVes ey Barry! ()I
gardless of talk. All these men fur- O . Wallace, c h a i r m a n ; Mrs, Margaret atlraction, if might be added t h a t w i " « yon realized s h e was a d,-.lan
nish living proof of t h e maxim thai Cox Rcilley, Miss Catherine Peltz: Eddie V a n Kleeek will step forth in c ? u 8 , . n ' ' " " : v ' " ' \\ l s ; , N " '"," ',"'
" ilevef y e t w a s noble man but made nominating, Miss Helen O ' D i l l . chair- an entirely new h o l e - t h a t of a v o n l b - ; s ' " ' ! s r c , a l C f l ' " t h c Mcrscrcau ol (he
ignoble talk." W i t h o u t egotism, with- man, M r s . Bertha Paine Eraser a n d fid tough.
i ""'V,"' s '
out self-appreciation, all of them George A n d e r s o n .
I V Ella , i i(s shacc
is a descendant ol the
m o d e s t l y felt that " In m e there is no
FRENCH CLUB
I '' r '" ' ' c ' , ,> ,"'" T a r r y town, _l.nl she
g r e a t n e s s , save it be some far-off touch I
...
,
,
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.
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reluscs to disclose a n y more mtorui;
Miss Loeb made t h e m e e t i n g of the t i o n throutrh fear of publicity,
of g r e a t n e s s to know well 1 am not'•C O M M E R C E C L U B
BANQUETS
•'•rencl,, 7( lull,
"<• ' fli'-sflay
• • • • • • • ' afternoon,
•.•
;.Eeb
• v.u-1 A s proof of the fact that our facuM'g r e a l . " A n d t h e least we seem abl
T h e C h a m b e r of C o m m e r c e Club vviT inarv 17. of particular interest by h e r ; ;, behind u s one of its members made
;
to flo in return for their noble deed J> , bold
1 1 a banquet in the collctre cafeteria
,"' ",
,"." '"'" "
.V'^r
'" ' » "aiuiuel in thc collcirc cafeteria
description of the Palace of Versailles u,e rem" rl to ITOO r e r h t week I ' I
to s h o w o u r patriotism alter they have j Wednesday,
F e b r u a r y 25. at six *»'! of t h e beautiful onrks , „ I foun- | \ ' X ,ie?vs t o rive u s al out fluik
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n f ' i r M'i'i;
p I K 'innri<r'i'i P n u r ' • * .
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a " L l l t l U I1U M L W n l w U VU ll& c ' U l I I I I K '
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.resent0.t,.,statesmen ?:Jl'
while
a rd^ek-still \ing a r r a , 1 !An
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f , d excellent
which
w / p„r o
i lg
) crl laKm
s e v
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!ale?^\?
helams found there.
M a n y beings of , , „ , h c s j n c c r c | y f( ?|, that thc week of
living, and not wait until it is too late ; , r a |
,)roinj„e„,
speakers,
original F r a n c e a n d a few wealthy persons of | i s M ) i n , , n , „ r k s ; w , s l h , I i n | l n | 1 | ) l v ,
to show (hem o u r gratitude.
i songs, and novelties.
F r e s h m e n ' w h o New York have h o m e , ,„ Versailles.
, | . a l l e g e year for him
Miss | m Tr ht „f
e s oup h o m o r e delegation of P-i
;
I be city
is noted
its
a r e eligible for m e m b e r s h i p in t'u- Loeb
spends
her sfor
umm
e r beaut
vacations in G a m m a entertained t h e rest of the
Cancellalion of both baseball games club are cordially invited t o a t t e n d and various sections of F r a n c e each year. sorority at bridge on February 12.
vcheduled for this season between St. become acquainted with the m e m b e r s
Ai?nriMnTFP'Toiii?rc
I Verna Carter is still blushing as a
S t e p h e n ' s college of Annandale a n d . a n d faculty.
Please sign up as soon
AROUND THE COLLEGE
f rcs |, mnll days when
resll)t o f lhost,
Slate, I'-'-, been a n n o u n c e d by Harry a s possible on the main bulletin board
1
Have
von
beard
that
Ed
C
r
a
n
e
h
a
s
she so ardently defended blue hloo-l.
Rude, '2'.. P m C a''I I be Si. Stephen's
T h e C h a m b -r of C o m m e r c e C u '
j 7 | u , C a r t e r s of Virginia nn'ghl explain
m a n a g e m e n t had wired him ihal llie has now a hundred m e m b e r s a n d b e t his fraternity r i „ ?
Do von realize thai " U n t t i c " a n d t h e cause of h e r forbidding even Dr.
student body there has \ oted to (lis- promi-'es to he t h e largest club in t h e
" l i v k e " have been k n o w n to flunk Croasdalc t o tread on such holy
die
continui
ma lor sport.
people?
ground.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, KI'lliliUAHY lib, Wlb
College Cullings
MORE
CULLINGS
J-JOKACE M A N N , one of tile greatest
of American schoolmen of the iast
| century, has been chosen as one of (he
, ten leading educators of the world of
life last two hundred years by I >r.
Charles W, Elliot, president emeritus of
, Harvard. Mann was one of the first lo
' visualize the need for a leachers' school
in New Vork state and in Uliea in 1H-I.3
he spoke favoring establishment of the
school thai has developed into Slate
T i l l ' ; lowdown on the highbrows is College.
given by llarley I'. Cook, '12, o p y
Wellesley maidens and H a r v a r d galeditor of the Saturday Evening Post,
lants are both very clever, if newswriting in the Alumni Quarterly for
paper reports ring (rue. A joke editor
January, Mr. Cook is responsible for
of Wellesley is said to have inserted
every word that goes into the Post, and
(lie following question in a recent
be says this is the prize mixed-metaphor
publication-: " W h y did Saul, in Ihe
of his experience: " W h e n Ihe Allies
search for bis lather's asses, so careattack Sweden's industry, her ' golden
fully avoid C a m b r i d g e ? "
And the
calf,' and threaten to shear his llce'c Harvard youths retaliated with " for
down to the very native pine of which the same reason Solomon did nol
be has been put together, the Swede visit Wellesley when in search of his
howls willi wrath."
In relation to styles and the bull-l»llom trousers' question, I >r. Bntbitchcr
asserts that " it is the one subject on
which mere man can still hope to have
the final word." Although Edmund II.
Crane, president of the Student Assncialioii, seeks for himself
nun-llapping
trousers, he declares, " livery man for
himself."
Mr. Cook soys llial in the
days when he ii.ssi.tlnl in the col
lege liiifjliih department in 1 <»1J
13 his conscience Irani/led him
for tjwiug passing
murks in
theme writing lo young authors
ivho
blundered
in
technique
" until I began to edit manuscripts from many oj Ihe foremost writers of the day, and
found thai the very lofl'iesl of
Ihe literary
highbrows
frequently mate errors thai fresh
men could nerd' hope lo get
tnvity with."
. Is Ihe so, iely reporter iniijhl
hare described events oj the last
Hen nerla:
"Dr. William
II.
Mclzlcr, dean of Stale College,
gair several of his
delightful
' nl homes ' in his office this
week.
Dean Melder was assisted in receiving
by
Miss
lilisaheth
Can Deuhurgh,
college registrar,
(iuesls included
students
of all four
classes.
Ulne was Ihe
predominating
color."
Page Three
Sophomore And Freshman Banner
Rivalry Dated Up For March 13
T h e (iine-honored battle between
sophomore and freshman men for the
possession of (he s o p h o m o r e banner is
set unofficially for March 13. On that
date, for the first time this year, the
second-year students
will
publicly
display their banner, which amounts
to a defiance to " try to get it."
Tito occasion will be the annual
sophomore soiree which will he in the
college g y m n a s i u m . It is one of the
college's major social events and has
been one of the main events on the
pugilistic calendar on several occasions.
Ilanner fights have had a colorful
and exciting history, most of which
has never reached the public.
for
several years rivalry between classes
for Ihe possession of each other's penmint has been intense
',
,
,,
,.
...
Last spring after s m a s h i n g their way
through windows and screens into the
dlcge gymnasium while the Moor wa;
crowded with dancers, four freshman
men clad in rough clothes were ejected
N E W M A N D R I V E ON
by s o p h o m o r e s in evening dress, W i t h
the lights thrown suddenly off by confederates outside who had cut the
wiring, they had worked (heir way
through
the
bewildered
Students,
climbed to the ceiling of the g y m and
ad torn down one corner of the '2(3
b a n n e r when the lights were t h r o w n
on again. W h e n sufficiently recovered
from the effects of their subsequent
experience, the freshmen laid the failure of their coup to inefficient m a n a g e ment.
Reported a t t e m p t s at bribing
college w o r k e r s to let the lights alone
o n c e they were turned off had failed.
O t h e r w i s e , they declared, (bey might
have escaped with '.be banner.
T w o years ago a resort to strategy
was m o r e successful.
T h e present
j u n i o r s , then freshmen, after milling
I a b o u t the college buildings unable tc
break into the dance jimmied their
w a y in after the affair was over and
, , . „ , „ „ . ,-,,„„ ., u , i n i „ „ . a i . y
slofc
t|u,
] hiding place where the s o p h o m o r e s
ad placed il for the night. It was
never recovered.
T h r e e years back, when '25 were
freshmen, pursuit or the banner led
the s e a r c h e r s to Essex County where
.villi police w a r r a n t s and the coopera;ion of constables (hey seized the
banner from its hiding place, Retiming with il by iraiu to Albany they
nitwitted the opposing students to
whom word of the loss had been
;elegraphcd and who hoarded the train
it C o h o e s to wrest hack (he prize.
Porel The Newman Club T r e a s u r y
Drive is under way. All club members who have not consulted the delinquency bsl displayed oil (he Newmail bulletin board please do so at
nice. 'I'he following people have been
appointed by Mary Drlscoll, '25, president, to assist in conducting the drive: T H E O L D O R D E R C H A N G E T H
J ( ) ( ( K I N G abotil we see [hat:
Professor Painter says ihe 1025 seniors, Margaret McGeeney and Ihe
D A R T M O U T H university has l.-tOU
Radical changes in present m e t h o d s
senior councillors, Alice Daly and if rating r e g e n t s ' examination papers
applications for next year's freshman specimen of the genus homo lacks the
class and can accept 070, according to virile, he-man qualities of his 1825 an- i.ois Moore; juniors, Marie C e n t n e r w j | | |„, discussed March 21 at State
and Monica Walsh, Elnil the junior | College, when faculties of (GO high
I lean Craven l.aycock. Translated into cestor. Office jobs have done it, Dr.
iiincillors, Vivian McGrnth and Mar
schools meet in round (able conferyaret
Martin; sophomores,
Marcia ence u n d e r sponsorship of President
lerms of Slate College, there will he Painter says.
This is President Hrubacher's anni- Conley and Louise Guiney, sophomore K r u b a c h c r and (he faculty.
about 1,2(10 applications, more than ODD
councillors, Winifred Carey and Rulh
A plan recently proposed by Dr.
of which will he followed by genuine versary month at Stale. He came here
Flonnigan; freshmen, the freshmen H o w a r d S. ISurdge, principal of Freefforts at matriculation and ,300 students e.i years ago.
councillors, Mary Dardess, Mary Mor- donia N o r m a l Sciiool, calling for passStale College of forestry officials rissey, Gertrude Lynch, and Marian ing- a certain percentage of all students
will be admitted. State's overcrowding
writing t h e examination instead of all
problem is not unique, but, in one sense have been in Albany to press their re- O'Connor.
who a t t a i n above a certain mark, will
it is less acute than that of the larger quests for state money for the college.
be explained and debated.
PRITCHARD TO SPEAK
The plan lo get a woman on the board
universities. These have about reached
\ c c o n l i n g to Dr. Brubacher, wdio
their expansion limit. Stale is only be- , if regents, which former Dean Horner
II. A. Pritchiird, acting dean oi the ; w i l | | l ; i V L . c | l a r g c ,,f the conference, Dr
greatest New York City cathedral, the j p ) l i n | K c ' s plan calls for a g r e e m e n t bv
ginning to go inward hers. To quote j| was backing, has failed.
State won its fourth straight home Cathedral of St, J o h n the Divine, Will | the education authorities previous to
President Drubachcr again: " W i t h ma- i
talk lo Y. W. at the regular meetin
an e x a m i n a t i o n (hat a certain percentterial expansion in buildings and faculty, victory in basketball last week and .exin the college auditorium next Tuesday age of pupils be failed and the rethe college could recruit in ten years a pects lo make it five tonight.
at three o'clock. V- W . is indeed for- m a i n d e r passed. Should it be agreed
tunate to have obtained Dean Prilch- lo fail Ihirly-three per cent, the lowest
fully qualified student body of 2,500
CROSS-WORD PUZZLE TEST
ard.
A large a t t e n d a n c e is conse- o n e - t h i r d of the papers would be failed.
students.''
C r o s s w o r d puzzles as tests of knowl- quently expected.
If then it was found that this lowest
edge of art have been introduced at
third was m a d e up of papers rated at
Governor Smith in a letter lo
State by Miss Eunice A. Ferine, of
below seventy per cent, that m a r k
Ihe Residence
Hall
campaign
'I'he Vesper service of ihe V. W. has would be considered the passing grade.
the Pine A r t s D e p a r t m e n t .
committee has endorsed Ihe drive
In the final examination in one of been deferred until Sunday, March 1, Tf t w o - t h i r d s of the papers were above
for $400,000 to be made in Alat four o'clock. Services will be con- ninety per cent, all below that rating
j
her
courses
in
art,
Miss
Ferine
used
bany and among alumni.
He
;a crossword puzzle. T h e words, Miss ducted in the rotunda and a social hour would be failed and ninety would be
says:
" It is highly
important
the p a s s i n g grade for the test.
• Ferine said, were those c o m m o n in will follow the devotional services.
thai Slate College for
Teachers
Professor J o h n M. Sayles, principal
John R. Henry of the Church of All
Creek architecture and ability to comshould have housing
facilities;
Nations. New York City, addressed the of Milne H i g h School, is a m e m b e r of
plete
the
puzzle
showed
familiarity
where its students have wholeY. W. meeting, Tuesday, February 17, a c o m m i t t e e recently appointed by the
I
with
the
semester's
work.
some social conditions;
where
O n c e the crossword puzzle was at the usual hour. Mr. H e n r y ' s topic S t a l e T e a c h e r s Association to consider
their health can be
promoted;
j solved,
the
students
found
their centered around the church and the ! c h a n g e s in the regents' examination
where they may live under Ihe
j system.
I (roubles only beginning, however, for immigrant.
best educational and moral in; the solution was onlv question No. 1
fluenced
of the test.
Another y o u n g man has succumbed
to the a t t r a c t i o n s of the opposite sex
and forgotten his career. T h i s time
it is a Yale y o u t h w h o has " taken
unto himself a wife " and gone against
the n o n - m a t r i m o n i a l rules of Yale,
W h a t is the y o u n g e r generation c o m ing to?
JUNIORS ARE VICTORS
MILLS ART PRESS
T h e junior men's basketball team
swamped the s o p h o m o r e s , 44 to 8, last
394-396 Broadway, Albany, N. Y.
week in the first of the interclass
league games. Kershaw, Sage, Donnelly,
M. Landon, Cautwell, and
Special Attention Given
Moose played for the victors and Printers of State College
Tobias, H o r n , Clarke, Dellaboy, and
Society W o r k
News
Maltice for the sophomores'.
PRINTING
Cage Four
STATE GOf/LKGIO NEWS, FEBRUARY.20, 1925
Biol. Club Formed;
Plans Many Trips
An organization meeting of the first
Biology Club of State, was held at
3:20, February 13, in room 2fi(), under
the direction of Dr. Douglas. The
need for an out-of-door club lias long
been felt, especially by the majors and
minors of that department, to give
them a better opportunity to gain such
knowledge of the out-of-doors as they
would need in teaching.
The club proposes to have an organized hike to some point of interest at
least every two weeks, under the direction of Professor Woodard, Dr. Douglas, Miss Scotland, or Miss Woman.
Beside invigorating walks through the
country, and many good times, the
members are promised new knowledge
of trees and shrubs, birds, fossils, and
spring flowers, without the thought of
an examination at the end of the
semester.
JOHNSON GETS DEGREE
The official bulletin of the University of the State of New York comments as follows upon one of the
honorary degrees conferred by State
College last June:
" In recognition of bis many years
of service in the field of education,
the New York State College for
Teachers in June conferred the honorary degree of doctor of pedagogy on
VVillard D. Johnson who is supervisor
of training classes for the Education
Department.
Doctor Johnson was graduated from
the New York Stale College, for
Teachers in 1891. He has been connected with the department since 1904.
Few men in the department are more
widely known or honored among the
school people of the State. Prior to
coining to the department, Doctor
Johnson was principal of the Coopers*
town High School for many years."
MANY ATTEND NORMALS
CALENDAR
Friday, February 20
Thirty-four per cent more students
4:00 I'. M. Chemistry Club—Boom arc attending the ten normal schools
250.
of the slate this year than last, accord8:30 I1. M. Basketball— S. C. T. ing to the Statu, Education Department.
vs. Cortland Normal School—GymThe total this year is 4196, an increase
Saturday, February 21
over last of 1076, This is the first8:00-11:45. Senior Hop—Gvm.
year the three year course for normal
9:30 A.M. Biology Hike. Meet at schools has been in general effect.
end of Delaware Car Line,
The number of first year students in
Tuesday, February 24
the schools total 182,1 which is almost
3:00 I', M. Y. W. C A.—Auditor- as many, the department says, as the
ium.
total registration of all students in
4:00 I1. M. Home Economics Club 1919. Buffalo's school leads with a
Room 160.
registration of 1019.
8:30 1'. M. Dramatics Class P l a y s Auditorium.
Wednesday, February 25
4:00 I'. M. Spanish Club—Room
103.
We Use Best Oak Leather
5:30-8:30 I'. M. Chamber of ComGood Year Rubber Heels
merce Club Dinner—Cafeteria.
Shoe Repairing
and O'Sullivan Rubber Heels
CLASS DAY NOMINEES
At a meeting of the senior class, 2S0 Central Ave. 2 doors from take Ave
Friday; February 13. the following
nominations for Class Day officers were
C. P. L O W R Y
made: historian, Mildred Hammersley,
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Edith lliggins, Harriet Harms; pro171 Central cAvenue
phet. Gertrude Olds, Mary Driscoll,
To accommodate as great a number
Mary Vedder; testator, Margaret MccAlbany, SK, Y.
as possible the trips will be held at
Gesncy, Kathleen Furman; poet, Ruth
various times, Some of the shorter
CANDY, BOOKS, PICTURESI
Phone West
3756-]
Moore;
councillor,
Mary
Bull,
Dorotrips will be held on Wednesday and
Some have already tasted and ap-thea Deitz, Gertrude Olds.
Friday afternoons, and the longer
proved the excellent Swiss chocolate
ones on Saturday morning.
A large and enthusiastic number sold by the Co-op. There is now a
wire present at the meeting last Fri- new assortment with more varieties
day, and they decided that the initia- than ever before. Come in and try
tion fee would consist of the schedule
Dress Goods Trimmings
card of each member, to aid the hiking some!
committee in planning the time of the
A few boxes of the new stationery
Hemstitching and Pleating
After Every Meal
trips. Nominations were made and have arrived. A box of fifty sheets
OPEN EVENINGS
the following officers were elected: and a package of twenty-live envelopes
It's the longest-lasting
president, Dorothea Deity.; secretary, will be sold together for one dollar and confection you can buy
Alice Gooding. A hiking committee forty cents. For eighty cents, twentyCompliments
was appointee] consisting, of Florence I live sheets of paper with twenty-live —and it's a help to diflillett, '26, Margrid llagelberg, '26, Ienvelopes may be obtained. Separate gestion and a cleanser
Klva Jochumsen, '27, Burton Sage, '26, j packages of envelopes are thirty cents
for the mouth
and Harold Ferguson, '26.
,'u'h. The supply is limited so do not
and teeth.
delay buying.
Wrlgley's means
Those who heard Mr. P'arrar's lecH. E. DEPT. BUSY
College Candy Shop
benefit as well as
luru two weeks ago may be interested
On Wednesday afternoon, February to know thai the Co-op has obtained
pleasure.
11, the Home Economics Club held some of the new books recommended
its regular meeting. The club de- by him.
COTRELL & LEONARD
cided to affiliate with the Stale Home
Samples of all group pictures taken
Economics Association and plans were since Christmas are on sale. Leave
discussed whereby the club might have the order anil one dollar before March
Albany, N. Y.
one or more of its member's present I, as no orders can be taken later than
at the New York State Home Eco- 'hat dale.
nomics Association meeting to be held
Caps—Gowns—Hoods
in New York, April 13 and 14.
After I he business session, the club SCOUT RALLY FEBRUARY 21
FOR ALU DEGIUCKS
members were addressed by Mrs, PierMiss Johnston and her troop of cilison. Budget Adviser al the Albany zen scouts are in charge of part of the
Savings Bank.
arrangements for a scout rally to be
SPORTING GOODS
Miss Fleinming, of the Home Eco- held at Chancellor's Hall, Saturday
nomics Department, gave a talk on evening, February 21. Lorena Shaffer,
"Choosing Meals in a Restaurant" '26. will lie song leader. The Albany
Radio Supplies
Open Evenings
at the regular weekly meeting of the scouts will have a swimming meet
Business Girls Club of the Central with the Biiighaniton senilis Saturday
Y. VV. C. A., on Thursday, February afternoon. Dot lloyl. '25, has been
12. Different types of luncheons were training the scouts for this meet which
discussed and a well balanced menu will lake place at Bath 3, beginning al
West 1616
145 Central Avenue
was worked out.
two-thirty.
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