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ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1925
TO
JUNIOR GIRLS MET CHORUS
SELECTIONS
FROSH NOVEMBER 11
BROADCAST STUDENTS EXPRESS
VARIED OPINIONS ON
FROM WGY
i n d c r the direction of
QUESTION OF SMOKING
Seniors Trim Sophomores In
Fast Game, First Of
Series
ELEVENGAMESSCHEDULED
The churns
Professor T. Frederick H. Cimdlyit will
broad ast a program over WGY Monday, November If), al 7:-t5. T h e program will be broadcasted from the choir
room of All Saints' Cathedral and will
c insist of the following selections
i line is on the Win*;, Fraiichanson
.Von Nobis Dnminc, liyrd; Spanish Tarn
Wednesday, November 4, the Girls
Interclass Basketball schedule was
niiii :c
Gii
Schumann;
Lullaby,
tiatcd by ; game between the senioi
rahni;; 'I he Roll-Man, Forsyth; Skyc
sophomore teams.
game
oatsoitg, ('a lly i; 4 he Snow, Klgar;
peppy one results
irs 19.
ly, Singing I '.iid. F.lear; (cantata)
mores 18.
rid Pan," t'andlyii; The
4:45 "The Great
chcdttlcd
The trar
ck Monday and Wcdnesc ay from lllue Danube Strauss,
the chorus who will
Members .
n w until < hrislma
hour
a r e : First sopranos, T. I.
brriatlleast
ast are
necessitated by frci limaa
MeV er, M. A. I.omax, G. \'. ChippenThe schedule follow
c inner
dale. / . Gorman, A. 1.. Holroyd, M. Wil... i ,r—Sll|,|] . Mnvcm
junioi
M. I lamntei'slcy. N. Nethaway,
soph; November Id, n
Wallcrmire, M. O'Connor, I). II.
yembcr 18, junior fro sh; Ni
wiling; second soillingham
se• i:r r—junior; N' vei
ipn
R. C . Mo e, F. St. Denis, K.
frosh; November .30, frosh—seiior; 1 )e p rail'
K. Deans, C. E.
Rab
ccmber 2, soph junior; December
Deu lily,
a lie.
Curtis, A.
F. Flanagan, D.
frosh—junior; December 9, frosh—soph
lowland, I. L IS.IIV
N. [. Manville;
December 14, junior—senior.
irst
alios,
R.
F
e,
iVI
Wilkins, R. HcrThe captains and managers of lb
nan, ,\l. Rhcii
M. Wenzel; second
.•lass teams a r e : senior—captain, F
dtos, N. Cole,
Gillett, C, Jones, M.
Looming; manager, A. Rnirior; junior—
swart, A. Marti
c p t a i n , (i. Sweltmanit; manager, M
Neville sophomore—captain, M. Seegcr
I!. Wi'i hi. Freshman captah
manage
and manager have not yet been chosen
Following the story which appeared
in the columns of this paper last week,
opinions of several members of the student body have been gathered for the
purpose of determining what the attitude
of the leaders in our student group is
regarding the question, "Should College
Girls Smoke?"
In the neighborhood of one hundred
refused to he quoted but one of these
staled that she agreed with Professor
Beaver in every way. Several others,
including members of Myskania said thai
Coach Baker's attitude was the be a bu<
you eau judge for yourselves from |l
following statement what llr
JUNIOR PROM TO BE
HELD AT TEN EYCK
Bertha Zajan, Vice-President
Is General Chairman
For Affair
IS MAJOR
SOCIAL
EVENT
The Junior prom, one of the four large
dances at College, will be February 6
i i the ballroom of the Hold Ten Kyck,
Miss Bertha Zajan, vice-president of (he
junior class, who is chairman of the arrangements, announced today. Committees have begun work for the dance,
which is expected to be one of the largest
II the college's social calendar.
Bertha Zajan has app niilcd Ihese comnittee chairmen:
Ii use, Kaiherine
'ilenis; floor. William I. Clarke; decoraions, Marcella Street, Hilda Sarr, Mil'••ed Graves; favors, Julia Fay, Lois
Dunn, DeWilt C. Zch; programs, Ruth
F-f. Mc.Vull, Neva Stoddard, Esther
liluci; invitations, Louise Gunn ; faculty,
Nunc Stcidinger; publicity Edwin Van
ileeck; refreshments, Gc"trtidc Svvellnaiiu, Mildred Pavvel; distribution, Conlance
llaiimanu. Georgiunna
Maar,
Vfyi'a llarlmaiin; music, Melauic Grant,
I Marjorie Olt, Cornelia Williams.
Oleila Rent,
would maintain
I renu'.ali in and tin
best of health i
add not sm ke "
Leah Cohen, 28:
'Il is a mailer perfcetly up to ear i and e . e v girl lo rlec'di
for herself and il is
ness."
Kathleen Doughty, 2 8 : •Il i s a l right
tliev
if they waul lo sni'
don't do il in public."
Helen Dynes, '27: "Tl is entirely a
matter of personal taste. A girl has as
much right to smoke as a man, but she
should not smoke in public, especially on
the campus."
Kent
Pease. '27:
"Should
girls
smoke? Should girls drink coffee? One
question is is reasonable as the other.
Morals are as intricately involved in
Final arrangements have been made the second as in the first, nod in neither.
for the girls' swimming program of this The evils of tobacco are no more danThe State folic e freshman team will
chool year. Helen Tcmpkins, '27, cap- gerous lo the female than lo the male meet the learn of Rensselaer High School
ain of swimming at State, said r n e a - Trust Mr. Kipling, who said 'The female
lly,
The increase in the G. A. A. o the species is more deadly than the in the college gym Friday, November 1.1
Coach Clarence Nephew predicts a vicind-.ret allotment from $500 to $800 has
Tuesday evening, November 24, Poli- Tiaclc it possible for the members to male' and let the dear things continue
tory for the yearlings ia spite of Friday
tical Science club will introduce its latest participate in the swimmintr activities to 'hum' their cigarettes 'off us."
Grace Seaman, '29; "I don't think the thirteenth.
novelty—a Thanksgiving dinner! Plans it a very small cost. The Public Bath
they should. A girl who smokes has
On Thanksgiving eve, November 26,
for the approaching event are going for- .3 has already been obtained for twenty very little intelligence to start out with
Tuesday nights fr >m 8 to 10 o'clock.
the freshmen will meet Troy High
ward rapidly under the direction of
Two classes have been formed. The and she has less when she eels through." School on their court.
Louise Guiin, '27; chairman. The affair •lementary class closes at nine, at which
Francis Radding, '29: " Y e s ! This is
The yearlings lost a thriller to the
will lie featured by unusual entertain- 'ime the advanced class begins and a free country where we are supposed to
Prerequisites for have equal rights and if it is proper for '.cam of St. John's Academy at Rensment, novel and attractive decorations, c'oses at 10 o'clock
a
man
to
smoke
it
is
just
as
correct
elaer. Friday night by a score of 12 to
and good eats, Miss Gunn said.
Miss entrance into the advanced class are the for a woman to do so."
11. The game was slow, long shots deRuth Miner, an Albany lawyer has been ibility to enter water head first, the
Kathcrine B. Peck, '29:
"I fail to
"'ementary back stroke, the side, breast
secured as the speaker of the evening. >r crawl stroke, and a float. The pro- understand why college women should termining the contest.
Artistic place cards will he an added
ram of this class consists of an entire think of smoking. Tt is bad enough for F r e s h m e n :
G. F. P. T. P
the men. Men have invariably looked
feature of the decorations for which course from floati"<r to life-saving.
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Carr, rf
lo
the
women
for
their
standards
of
livThe
elementary
class
commenced
with
Louise Nottingham, '27, and Kent Pease.
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ing. If these are lowered the race vvil' Wallahan, li
'27, are the committee. Of course, Poly the float and will continue with the side
The majority of Gold ring, c
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Hrea't. or craw! stroke at the option of eventually suffer.
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Sci won't attempt to crptal mother's 'he swimmer.
Strict discipline is en- women have an inherent instinct which Klein, rg . .
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Thanksgiving dinner, hut here's a chance forced in the classes, and all the time leads them to adopt the best interests
Auerbach, lg
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to h e n training for the home event two but fifteen minutes is devoted to actual in life. A nation can never rise above
Carpenter. If
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teaching. Instruction is supervised by the ideals of its womanhood."
days later!
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assign!
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Reginald Stanhope, treasurer of the Herney, lg
Poly Sci will initiate on Tuesday «wiming cantains. Betty Bender, Betty
evening. November 17. About forty-five Strone and Bertha Za.ian. Miss Isa- freshman class seems to be eager to ad6
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vertise a certain brand of smokes for he
candidates, eligible to memherslu'n as helle Toh'iston and Coach R. R. Baker.
says. "It is a matter of the girl's own " t . J o h n ' s :
E.G. E. P. T. P
Ivi'di h majors and minors, will be athletic directors plan and supervise the
onioi'in 1 don't care whether they smoke
w e ' e med into its ranks. Ella Greona- methods used.
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or not but if they do I hope they smoke Maguirc . . .
T
way, '26, is chairman of the initiation.
h e first swimmine meet of the season "Ltickies."
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'"onners . . . .
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D the last meeting, Miss Catherine will be held December 8. It will be both
Mberta Ncff, '29: "I suppose it is a!' •eily . .
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T'eUz "f the English faculty, spoke de- ronmetitive. demonstrative, and amu c i"!T
right for those who like it but persina"y
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livhtful'y on "My Impressions of Paris." Form divine and swimmin"-. nov^''v
1 can't see why they want to smoke Boyle .
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''he -''d 'hit the espcial charms which races, and i n t e r - c D " ••*""* i-^mrnse *he
Conlon
especially in public."
P a n ; held for her were narrow, wan program -It is eyn<wed that 'he student
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dcri'ig streets, and old cathedrals.
( P a g e T w o , Column T w o )
body will be allowed to attend.
COURSE IN LIFE SAVING
GIVEN TUESDAY NIGHTS
POLI SCI CLUB PLANS
THANKSGIVING DINNER
FROSH TEAM TO MEET
RENSSELAER TONIGHT
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E S T A B L I S H E D BY T H E C L A S S OF
Vol X
'"'.'
1918
No. 0
Nov. 13, 1925
STUDENTS EXPRESS
VARIED OPINIONS ON
QUESTION OF SMOKING
(Continued From Page 1)
Published weekly during the college
year by the Student Body of the New
York State College for Teachers at
Albany, New York.
The subscription rate is three dollars
per year. Advertising rates may be had
on application to the Business manager.
Esther jariscli, '26: "Whether college
girls, or in fact any girls, should smoke,
should depend entirely upon the physical
and mental effect which it has on the
girl and upon her own feeling in the
matter."
ATTITUDES IMPORTANT
T H E N E W S ' SIGNED ARTICLE HY A F A C U L T Y M E M HER IS CONTRIBUTED T i n s
DEAN WILLIAM H. METZLER
O u r attitude toward a subject will
to a very large extent determine our
success or failure in that subject.
This being true it is vitally i m p o r t a n t
that we all take the proper attitude
t o w a r d s the thing we have to do. A
s t u d e n t w h o dislikes a subject is not
going to get much good from studying it, certainly not the same amount
of good as if he cultivated a liking for
it. There, are yet those w h o think
that to acquire a liking for some subjects is impossible and because of this
they do not try. T o all such I would
like to say that they can prove for
themselves that this is a mistaken n o tion. Interest ,n some subjects c o m e s
natural and easy, but in others only
with effort, hut the effort must be
m a d e if we are to succeed and get out
of it what it has for us. There is no
d e v e l o p m e n t without effort and students should keep tnis constantly in
mind not oniy in selecting their subjects but in w o r k . n , at those that
prove hard.
It is so easy to follow
the path of least resistance that m a n y
yield to the t e m p t a t . o n rather than expend the energy necessary to overcame the difficulty.
Difficulty overc o m e is usually victory won.
' ' T h e easy roads are crowded,
Lola H. Mawdslcy, '28: "College men
smoke for the pleasure it affords them.
College women have the same privilege
Managing Editor
if they care to use it. The only reason
E D W I N V A N KLEECK, '27
I can see why they should not use it is
Business Manager
thai they can get a lot more pleasure
H E L E N E. ELLIOTT, '26
for the same price in some other way,"
Subscription Manager
Olga Hampel, '26, editor of the
H E L E N BARCLAY, '26
Quarterly: "Since it is a rule of the
Copy Reader
college that girls belonging to the student
MARGARET B E N J A M I N , '26
body should not smoke, and since the
Assistant Business Managers
concensus of opinions of the faculty and
MYRA H A R T M A N , '27
the student body is that they should not
H E L E N Z I M M E R M A N , '27
smoke, they should not while they are
Assistant Subscription Manager
here; but after they leave it is a matter
TIIELMA TEMPLE,
'27
up to themselves. I think they should
Assistant Copy Reader
adhere to college rules. I think if there
J U L I A F A Y , '27
are any had effects they are physical
Associate Editors
rather than moral."
Sara Barklcy, '27
Louise Gunn, '27
Guinevere Stuart, '28, and Kathcrinc
K a t h a r i n e Blcnts, '27 Anna Kotf, '26
Saxton, '28, thought together and finally
Joyce Persons, '26
decided: "It is up to the girl's own
Reporters
L e a h Cohen
MacMullen Elizabeth ; pi.linn, We can not see that it is a
moral question at all."
T h c l m a Brezec Lcla Van Schaick
Agnes McGarty, '2'J; " r think college
Virginia Wiggins [Catherine Saxton
girls should settle the matter for themAdelaide Hollister D o r o t h y W a t t s
selves. It would be better not to smoke
E l n a h Kricg
B e r t h a Zajan
in public hut there is no more wrong in
college girls smoking than there is in the
A n d the level road are j a m m e d ,
OPINIOiNS DIFFER
smoking by the beys."
T h e pleasant little rivers
Bertha Zajan, '27: "Smoking is not
The "News" is nuiiiing a scries of
With
the
drifting
folks
are
morally wrong in my opinion, unless one
crammed.
Opinions, students as well as faculty, on considers any avoidable detriment to
the question of smoking. The issue has | one's health a n v r a l wrong. In that case,
But off y o n d e r v. h TC it's rocky,
become, in the last few years, a vital it may be applied to both men and
W h e r e y i n get a belter view,
It is no more wrong for a
one not alone in our colleges but in women.
social life everywhere, and discussion of j woman to smoke than it is for a man to
do s o "
to the discretion and good taste of each
it among college students especially has, j
Richard fenseu, '28: "It is really a individual. I have no objection to anywe feel, made the question sestn of more: matter of the '.'iris' opinion hut I believe
one's following the guidance of her own
importance than it really is. We are, it lowers a girl's morality and lowers conscien e "
surely, at least over-emphasizing it. Are ' her in the opinion of desirable gentleFrancis Griffin, president of the sophowe nut worrying unduly about I he actions j men. It has become an established fact more class: "(iir;s have hist as much
and
is
ethically
accepted
that
a
girl's
right to smoke as men. I'll be darned
and ideals of others, and neglecting our |
smoking in her home with her parents' if I like to cec a "irl sin ike, for it looks
own ?
consent is all right hut 1 don't believe like the deuce U 'd'Hiblcdly it is a ve-y
that they should smoke in public."
bad habit, and since it is known as such
We all have habits, some (if us doubt- |
Evelyn Graves, vi e-prcikleut of the I I can't see whv girls wart to take it up."
less more than others, which are hinder- J freshman class: "Emphatically n o ! I ;
DoVVitl C. / e h '20: "As far as being
frig us from being our be :t Why not dc- \ don't think that try girl slvu'd smoke I i matter of ri lit I think girls have a
vote our energy to ridding ourselves of i Girls are supposed to be looked up to right and should smoke if they get any
these? Why not try to make of our- and respected, but if they sin ke this is pleasure out of it. If they don't, however, and continue to smoke just to keep
selves what we would like to make of an impossibility."
Betty Van Allen, '29: "I think that up with the times and other members of
others? All of us are far from perfect,
it is entirely a matter of choice. 1 .heir sets t h e ' t bee ires a w r o n g "
but we can all strive for an ideal. If personally don't care for the habit for j
Carolyn Coleman, '26: "I disapprove
smoking destroys one of our ideals then . it rums the teeth."
of it in public, but I think it's up to the
let us avoid it ourselves but, at the same
Ruby
lie-man,
'26, president
of! individual."
time, recognize that it may n 't be one of Menorah: "It is a matter entirely up
Clarence Nephew, '28: "1 think that
the ideals of others. The cither man or • to the girl. She must make up her own women should smoke without molestation
mind in matters I k e this."
if
they do so in the e r r e d places. I
woman may have an ideal far better
Da.vid Smurl. president of the freshthan any of ours. We might well take man class: "Smoking is not a question' also say thai they should not smoke to
such a i extent or so vi ilently as to injure
counsel from Marcus Aurelius who said, ' f morality for cither men or women. their health."
"Make it not any longer a matter of Let either smoke if they want to, but in
In Wesleyan there ,vas taken a vote
dispute or discourse what are the signs I my mind the woman who smokes loses in the student b >dy recently to determine
and properties of a good man, but really j a certain finccss, It will lower her a the number of smokers in Ihe student
bit from the high pedestal on which man I body a id the e r c u l t s were obtained:
and actually to be such." Let us line j
has placed her, and Ibis she cannot
1. Do y it smoke habitually?
Yes,
up to the standards we yet for ourselves afford."
.362; No, 928.
and, as far as possible, believe that our j
Esther Lazarus. '26: "I don't t h i n k ,
2. l ) i you personally fed restricted by
fellow men are living up to theirs,- never they should smoke, at least in public, but the present rule? Yes, 380; No, 894.
foruetting that it is not one quality alone it really is a matter for them to decide | 3. Do you feel that your parents would
approve a more lenient rule? Yes, 470;
which makes a man bu: s e v c a l taken f,;r themselves."
Estelle P. Vanderburgh, '29: "r think No, 710.
together,
it is a matter of individual taste. The
Last week they lo-k another vote in
strongest argument used against it is the I a student assembly regarding the matter
TICKETS FOR R E A D I N G
objection from the aesthetic standpoint. : of amending smoking rules of that insti1
There will be absolutely no rtudeul Personally, I have no objection to t h e l l l l i M l ,
tickets sold at the door tonight fur Miss woman who smokes."
Most of ihe colleges i» the country,
Futtcrcr's reading.
If tickets are not
Helen Barber, '27:
"For healthful! both co-ed and women's are becoming
purchased before, the student will be e-isons. ( think smoking should not be
more and more broad-minded on the subcharged the regular price for an on: i'-dulral in by college girls, college men,
ject a"d are lcav!"g the matter entirely
sitler's ticket, which is fifty cents.
or any other class of people. It is up ' up to the discretion of the girl herself.
Editor-in-Chief
'HARRY
S.
GODFREY,
'26
WEEK
UY
You will find the ranks arc t h i n n i n g .
And the travelers arc sew.
W h e r e the going's s m o o t h a n d pleasant
You will always find the t h r o n g ,
F o r the many, niore's the pity,
Seem to like to drift along.
But the steps that call for c o u r a g e ,
A n d the task that's hard to do,
In the end result in glory
F o r the never-wavering few."
BOOK-ENDS
A Weekly Kevlew of Current Fiction by the
Editor of the Ouurtnrly.
ARROWSMITI-I
By
Sinclair Lewis
The scientist is perhaps ihe least appreciated of the worlds workers, The
result of many long ni, lit vigils and
labors, saving the lives of millions, may
be understood by only half-a-dozen oilier
.c.iciiti t s ; a whole lifetime of research
may end in failure and nobody knows at
all. So Sinclair Lewis fell it was hiyh
lime thai someone sang the srmo <>f the
forgotten, and vouchsafed its accomplishment by doing it himself.
Martin Arrowsmith was the great
grandchild of sturdy pioneer stock and
.on of J, J, .Arrowsmith, proprietor of
ihe New York Clothing Bazaar in ihe
unambitious community of Elk Mills.
And Martin Arrowsmith caught the
vision, albeit imperfectly, of the joy of
labor for its own sake; caught it • imperfectly, for ihe glass he looked through
was Hawed and dark, being the life philosophy of old, drunken Doc Vickcrson,
expressed in his filthy, unsanitary office.
"Don't let things slide," muttered Doc.
"Get training.
Go college before 140
medical school. Study Chemistry, Latin,
Biology, Fundamentals,"
Then at the university there was Pro
lessor Max Gottlieb, The literary professor thought little of his incomprehensible desire to spend his mysterious days
and nights in a laboratory. But Martin
Arrowsmith caught the vision, infinitely
clearer now.
So Martin became a scientist, and
Science is a harsh, jealous mistress, demanding purity of devotion and utter
oneness of purpose of those who seek her
honor. Martin learned to pay the bitterest price with fine nonchalance.
Afterward—.
"I feel as if I were really beginning
to work now," said Martin. "This new
quinine stuff may prove pretty good.
We'll plug along on it for two or three
years, and maybe we'll get something
permanent—and probably we'll fail!"
CALENDAR
Today
4:00 P. M.
Chemistry Club—
Room 250.
8.15 P M. Miss Futtercr's Reading—Audit! ricni.
T u s : a y N o v e m b e r 17
4:0(1 P M. Political Science Club
— Room 101.
4:00 P. ivl, M e n o r a h — R o o m B.
7:30 P. M. Advanced D r a m a t i c s
Class Play—Auditorium,
T h u r s d a v , N o v e m b e r 19
4:00 P. M. 'Spanish C l u b — R o o m
103.
7:00-9:00 P. M. Political Science
Club Initiation—Gym.
F r i d a y N o v e m b e r 20
7:30-11:00 P. M. M a t h e m a t i c s
Club I n i t ' a l i o n — G v m .
JJK
Si1 ATE COLLEGE N HWS, NOVUM HER 19, 1.025
LOEB REAPPOINTED
LANGUAGE CHAIRMAN
!^
COLLEGE NEWS AT A GLANCE
I'age Tlii'uo
WHITTIJL&RIGGS
On November 21, Miss F u t t e r e r will
Llewellyna Gill, '25 and Louise I'erread "Lady Windemere's Fan" in Lock- sons, '22, spent the week-end at the
At the; Modern Language meeting port, N . Y. Besides this, she is slated Kappa Delta house.
BROADWAY-MAte]fty/l/V$»E
which was held in Schenectady, October to appear in llioii, Brockporf, Troy, and
Kappa Delta sorority held its fall
E S T A B L I S H E D - l S H j O *f,
29-30, and at which Miss Charlotte Port Washington.
house dance Saturday night, November
I ocb, Miss Maud Malcolm, and Miss
seventh, from 8:30 to II :30, Dr. and
Orma Harding, '25. and Dorothy Mrs. Powers and Dr. and Mrs. Stevenson
Burbaus were present, Miss Loeb was
T H E N E W G O S P E L @L **
reappointed vice-chairman of the eastern llaij.lil, '25, were week-end guests at | ;lctf(l as chaperoiie
TABERNACLE
', '"•" .
section of the New York State Modern Beta /.eta house.
649-651 W a s h i n g t o n Ave. / Q ^
Announcement has been made of the
Language Association.
TnbernacleC^
Nov.Dedication
15, 3:00 P.of M.
Miss Sara Wood, '17, spent the week marriage on August K, 1025, of Miss Opening and
During the World War, an agency .aid at Dartmouth.
Sylvia Potter, '^2, of Kappa Delta to College S t u d e n t s Cordially Invited
which provided in formation concerning
Allien h'. Marshall of lloosick Falls.
Preaching a t 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p, m.
French orphans was formed, and many
Rev. F , L. Squire;), Pastor
Mildred C'urric, '25, and Marion ('line,
Mrs. Geilrich and Miss Eleanor GcllAmerican societies adopted French orphans. Since most of the war orphans '23, were week-end guests at Gamma i-toll were i;ue.;ls ol Louise (iellrieh, '17,
at the .Alpha Delta Omricoii house last
are now talcing care of themselves, the Kappa Phi.
week-end.
agency has disbanded and the French
(lamina Kappa Phi announces the mar- j
club has been unable to get an orphan
Albany, N. Y.
lu a
to care for this year.
riagc of Marcella Ryan lo Frank Ryan
' " A l l n ; i ! ' i l , m ; a l " 1 Mm " ' " . ° [
The next remilar business meeting of m O c t .
ihe Spanish department were entertained
Caps—Gowns— Hoods
the club will be held Wednesday afterrecently id the .Alpha Delia Omricoii
l-'OI' ALL DEGREES
house.
noon at four o'clock.
Gamma Kappa Phi has as house members
Catherine
Bermiii'. ham,
Helen
Psi Ciamma wishes to express her most
(Jiiackeabu h, Marie Nixon, Blanche sincere sympathy lo (.aniline Wheeler,
Merry, Beatrice I lodgins, Mary Mellon, '2S, fi r ihe recent death of her mother.
"A Good Place to Buy"
The \lbany branch of the Psi Gamma
Mildred Schmiller, Ellen lloyland. Elnah
Krieg, Dorothy I Inline, Gertrude Walsh. Alumnae Assoc.atioii held a meeting and
SHOES
lea al ilit* sorority hoti.se November 7.
The iuitiali m of the ('hcinistry club Florence Vernon, Sarah Petherhridge.
125 C e n t r a l A v e . at L e x i n g t o n
look place Thursday evening, November
Miss Pierce is dean of the Albany
12 in Room -'50. 'Before the real fun
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilsey (nee
Open Evenings
began, supper was served. The main Mildred Kullli ) announce ihe birth of a Si boot ol K'ciij ions Education this year.
feature of the initiation was a sltr'l
I lelta (line;.a heal its an m.it fall house
For Particular People
given by the initiates, entitled, "A nieht
. ,,
,. 7~ rw
t
dance la I Saturdav evening.
Professor O U A R ' J 50 c .
.,
at the ilrand." A group of f air took
P I N T 30 c .
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Karl
<
Ibcnai.s
nee
e
inedy
and
Mrs.
Robinson,
K
part. Juggling stunts, music, and one
,,,.,. „..,.
Katberine Monk) announce the bull, ol ^ h ^ m ^ ^ . i , , , , , , , , , . , , ,
act plays were the vaudeville acts riven 11
daughter.
| i l l l l ! ( U l , n . i n l . h a | .. (, n f Mi i r c c n : , Street
by the others.
.About twenty students
..., ,.
, ,, ,, , ., ,
, . . . . ...
, Marion Wright was chairman of the rewere taken into the club. Dancing folI he first fa I Beta / e t a and t i n Siumn
.onunit.cc.
About
thirty |
lowed the entertainment,
I beta house dances were held on Salur
nip e att<
day, November 7.
,s icatii II of the Kappa
The Beta /eta dance was held at the The alini
house, 37 I li'dilaud avenue. The music I id, i s.or n-ily bad liinehe m Saturday
afternoon
at
the
Pewter Pitcher tea
-, is him. bed In /il i • ol'dic I.' i Mi s
room n l.a-k street, Miss Louise I'erM 'he re ;u!ar meeting of Spanish Maud Malcolm, Miss Laura Thompson, .o,:s is president of the organization,
Dob, November 5, plans for the club' and Mrs. Ilaight, house mother, acted Mis, 'eau ilungcrford, secretary, was
pi lure hi the Pedagogue were discussed .i • diaper.mes,
chairman of the committer on arrangeA membership drive will he conducted
,
, ,,
,
m e n s . M i - ||en- ; ella l-'i'ch was ehairAll stude its inlere ,ted in
ll.is week.
( hi Sigma I beta also held open house m ; m ( | f , l u . ( . : j m l n i t u . c , ,„, decorations.
Spanish cust< ins are urged to join tin- on Saturday evening.
I lie chapenincs
__
I T S HOME MADE
club. An iuitiali HI ->arly will be held v.erc Miss Keim and Miss Wheeling.
„ w ,,.,. h ,,„. ,,. ,]Mv:{V\- o ( j - c e c o n .
for new members some lime after the
"...
' c c r n i n ; absences," says Miss Van Denand
O'Jlcr liaise dances will he held on i im -,,|, " j , nill'dclcably l e s s "
next meeting, November 1°. I Handle
Merry, chairman of the program com- Saturday, November l-l. at tin* houses of ' „ ,R, |>( , w n ] , v ' M ( , m is' 'workfiifi very
"Deliciously
Different"
( a n n u a Kaupa Phi and Psi Camilla s a t i " facluri1 v. as far as I am concerned,"
mittee, will be in charge,
The Psi Gamma chapcroncs are Proles- s . , v s | | r i ; i "\ft.(ZiC|.
803 M A D I S O N A V E
'
'.
•in- and Mbs. Winifred ('. Decker. Eta '"• '
Phi's air ual dance is scheduled for NoM i s s M .„.,-.,,.;,. Siiiuott, '2.!. of Rhine
velllber 21.
beck, spent ' the weekend al the Chi
Si.uiua Theia house.
Beta / e t a has as h-m e members tins
Photographer
The Biology club enjoyed a hike on year Mai -ia Cliatlield. Elizabeth MilMarjoric Malhewson, '2.1, and Mrs.
Saturday, November 7, lo Six-Mile mine D o r s Youngs oi '>(>; Sara Wood, ( i l ..„. v (•„,.„.,, f , r m e r l v Harriet Ritzen
Reservoir. The club met at college at Marion Vedder, Dorothy Rex, Ruth (l|- Schenectady, spent the week-end at
10 a. in., and look the Western avenue Ellis, '27: Ann Holroyd, '28.
D e l i a Cine-'a house.
bus to Magazine street.
From there,
the members hiked cross country to ihe
Me ervoir, where they built fifes and
Albany, N . Y .
130 State St.
cooked their lunches.
The hike was
u-'de- the superv'simi of Miss Scotland.
Saratoga Springs
360 B r o a d w a y
A series of indoor meetings are hcin >
All ihe members of Newman club are
The game between the juniors and
n'an'-ed by the club for entertainment
cordially invited by the girls living at j
,
,,,,f ,,,,,,,
during the winter months. Trips will sophomores on Monday exhibited the
Newman hall to attend the first of a
•
be taken to various places in the city, best speed the girls class teams have yet series of at homes to be given Saturday, I .
which are of interest to Biology students. achieved. For many of those playing it November 14, from three to five o'clock,
was their first time on the court this at Newman ball, 7-11 Madison avenue
year; yet swift passes and technique An interesting entertainment is being
planned by Josephine Donley, house
for
stood out as not at all impromptu
Molly Neville's neat shots and Tommie's l "The C, aiiiHial Newman hike scheduled
YOUNG MEN and MIOSES
PinTLHMfUflTC
The Mathematics d u b on Thursday, "drops" could not quite catch up with for Saturdav, November 17, has been;
^ H J | M I f1 Li, H A I 5 ,
November 12, was addressed by Miss Dot Rowland's "whole court" passes and indefinitely p .stunned. Newmanites are !
_ __ „«
Hazel Rowley of the Physics department the sophomore forwards' accurate shoot- requested to watch the bulletin board
on ' T h e Correlation of Physics and ing, so that the fourth quarter ended with
Mathematics." Ruth h'.ddy, president of
a score of 22-21 in favor of the sopho- Dunncv from the last meeting of New-.
_
n % r\
t
Ihe club, reported that over twenty stuSteeiCl
BrOtlierS
dents have joined the club this year and mores. The line-up w a s : Juniors—for- man club, plans are under way to hoi.1 |
that a party will he given in Ihe gym wards, Tompkins, Neville, Wenctawo- a -other meeting this month at a lime ;
J.I1C.
on November 20 for the new members. wicz; guards, Falle, Empie, M a a r ; when a larger percentage of the fre h- I
man class can bee present. Not'ce of |
CTATF STATP
Eligibility for Math club by receiving
FLORJ^
& 11-jkJL
n*
COTRELL & LEONAnD
KOHN BROS.
CHEM CLUB INITIATES
TWENTY NEW MEMBERS
SPANISH CLUB HAS
DRIVE FOR MEMBERS
OWEN'S
ICE
GREAM
BIOLOGY CLUB VISITS
SIX MILE RESERVOIR
GUSTAVE LOREY
GAME BETWEEN SOPHS
NEWMAN HALL TO HAVE
AND JUNIORS SPEEDY "ATHOME" SATURDAY
SMART CLOTHES
CORRELATION OF MATH
AND SCIENCE IS TOPIC
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r.iiiiiuiiii \
m i i\ ia in U U I I nv i u i : m i i s
redll f o r ' t h e first
cal geometry.
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i
- H I
i
,A. SHOES, HABERDASHERY
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semester of analy-1 sophomores-forwards, S e c e r , Wright, , j u . meeting will be posted on th • liu.ic
S t r o n g ; guards, Lee, Josslon, Rowland. ' tin board.
wmmmm
Pago Pour
STATIC COhVmti NEWS, NOVUM HHIi III, 1025
NON-SORORITY GIRLS CLASS IN ENGLISH 20TO HAVE GYM MEET,
THIRD IN STANDINGS VISITS ALBANY HIGHFEATURING PYRAMID
According to President Bntbiicher,
Last Wednesday morning, groups of
BUILDING AND DRILLS
the average of tlic non-sorority student, students from Miss Wheeling's English
WRKLEYS
as compared with that of the sorority
student is 1.69, The Highest of the sorority standing was 1,75, while (he lowest
was 1.39, The standing of the nonsorority group places it third in rank.
Dr. Brubachcr also announces the standing of a new sorority, now on probation,
Phi Alpha Tan, as 1.57. This sorority
is composed of (ircenwald, Gordon,
Gould, Raff, Marquis, Fisher, Stone,
Pcrck, and Tarsches,
20 class, visited English classes al Albany High School, Groups of five or
six attended the classes of English li,
III and IV every hour from eight until
eleven o'clock, Miss Wheeling is planning to have the students visit the
classes ill freshmen English some afternoon soon.
The different methods In the leaching
of English are to be observed in the
many classes. This affords an excellent
opportunity for all the people who iulend to teach high school English,
MEWRAH AFFILIATED
WITHNAT10NALC0UNCIL
The Citizen Seoiils will have a
G, A, A, council member and sport
captain.
Girl Scouts will spend tile week-end
of November 14 at the Girl Scout Camp
al East Grceiibush The committee in
charge of this affair consists of Anne
Raynor, Mildred Wilson, Mildred Loiitan
and Kalhei'ine (ileitis, The chapcronc'i
will be Miss Johnston and Doctor
'rcasdale.
G. A. A. will have a "Gym Med'
December 16, for all elates. The mail,
features of this cu'iil fir ihc first time
••ill be pyramid building and wand
drills,
ECONOMY
G. W. WEYRICH
BARBER
State College
Cafeteria
West L awrence
Shoe Repairing Shop
Mcnorati society, under ihc direction DRESS GOODS STORE
of its social committee, held a meeting
Phone W-379I-M
Tuesday, November 3, in Rooin B, 215 Central Ave.
Constance Bamitnmi, '27, chairman of
Silk - Woolen - Cation
299 ONTARIO STREET
the social committee, pieseuled a most
HfnsUlching and Trimming Special attention to college students
Interesting literary program. A great
OPEN KVKNINGS
deal of literature is being sent to the
local chapter of Monorail from the
Inter-collegiate Meuorah association,
with whom they keep in close touch.
Ruby Herman, '26, president, appointed
a committee to draw up a local constiSHOE SHINE
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