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X No. 28
ALBANY, N. YM FRIDAY, MAY
7,1926
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STAFF BEGINS MAY IS CORTLAND GAME TO
TAKEN BY'27 AND'29
TEN EYCK TONIGHT
EE PLAYED MONDAY
The preliminaries for the big track
Tbe News' news-writing class, bemeet at Kidgclicld May 22, to replace gun Monday, will be continued oli
A l u m n i W i l l Attend Sorority the regular Moving-up Day track Monday, Wednesday and Friday of Second Game Scheduled With
meet, were held Saturday afternoon next week, with attendance rccpiired
Luncheons and Dances
Jamaica Teachers; Third
on
the College campus. Five points of all freshman cubs and sophomore
Tomorrow
With St, Lawrence
reporters.
The
class
meets
in
two
in the interclass rivalry will be
GARNET GOBLINS TO PLAY awarded to which ever of the two sections, one at 8:10 in Room 10,1, and B A K E R I S C O N F I D E N T
Intersorority ball tonight in the lower classes gels the highest number one at 3:55 o'clock in Room 109.
The baseball season will open .MonHotel Ten ICyek ball room will be a
Elemcutals of news-writing are treated.
day afternoon, with a game between
gala event, Hie last of the large dances of points,
of the College season.
Tbe places in the events follow: The course attempts to answer tbe the Purple and Hold and Cortland
A short receiving line in which will running high jump, I.cab Cohen, first; questions: what is news, how is it Normal School, at Stale's home field,
be Dean Anna E, Pierce, President Betty Van Allen, second; Hilda Sarr, written, where to gel it. It also treats
Ridgelield Park on Partridge street,
A. R, Brubachcr and Dean William
Betty of the reporter's responsibility for south of Madison avenue,
Formal
II. Melzler and the eight sorority third; running broad jump:
truth in the news, I lie necessity of acpresidents w'll welcome tbe guests, Van Allen, first; Mildred Lansley,
practice has been held there for the
curacy, the history, organization and
The Garnet Goblins of Union college second;
Georgianna
Maar,
third;
last three weeks and Coach Rutherford
will play for dancing from 9:00 until baseball throw: Gertrude Sweltmann, methods of the Slate College News, R. Baker said he is enthusiastic over
and develops technical questions of
2:00 o'clock.
Elizabeth
Milmine, second;
the prospects of a winning season.
Many alumni will be back for the first;
form and preparation of copy,
ball and for their sorority luncheons Ruth Finpic, third; basketball throw:
The varsity has met and trounced
It is planned to repeat the course
and house dances tomorrow. The Gertrude Swcllinann, first; Elizabeth early next fall for the freshman ir.v- the Albany High nine several times,
faculty are invited and many will be Milmine, second; Ruth Empic third; oilts of the class of 1930 ami for others but Monday will mark the first real
present, each sorority asking two of fifty-yard dash:
battle. Seven of Inst year's letter men
Mildred Lansley, who enter tbe News stall then.
its honorary members for cbaperones.
are with the squad again, and Joseph
A
new
competition
for
places
on
the
first;
Georgianna
Maar,
second;
MolThe commit lee follows:
general
News reportorial staff will begin about Graham vvili again be on the mound
chairman, Eta I'hi, Marion Chose- lie F.rlich, third,
the middle of May, as soon as the for Slate. He is in much Teller condibroiigh; invitations, Delta Omega,
Gertrude Swetlmann won first place present try-outs litisu completed their tion than last, year and his work is
Esther Milnes; taxis, Kappa Delta,
work.
Freshmen, sophomores or remarkable. As yet there is no selecRuth l.eminle; music, I'si (lamina, with a total of thirteen points, Leah juniors,
wanting
out as cub re- tion for first string catcher but ClarHarriet Parkburst; decorations, Chi Cohen won second with ten points porters are urged tototry
see
the editor-in- ence Nephew, '28, the basketball luminSigma Theta, Bcrnice Quinn; arrange- and Mildred l.ansley and Betty Van chief or the managing editor
at once ary of llie past season, has been be- ;
ments, Alpha Kpsilon I'M, Mildred Allen tied for third place with eight and to enroll for the second week
of hind the plaic in all Ihe practice gaiivdg.
I'awel; favors, (lamina Kappa I'hi,
I be News news-writing staff. The
Charles II. Cole, '26, is managing
Mildred lliihne; faculty, Beta Zcta, points each.
The juniors won the meet with competition will be continue I for a this year's squad with Ralph Stanley,
Sally Wood.
short period next fall after which se- '28, as assistant. Cole announces antwnly-one points; the freshmen were lections will be made from the new other game at Ridgelield for next
second with sixteen points; the sopho- try-outs. The promotions of ike pres- Saturday afternoon against a strong
mores, eleven points and the seniors ent cubs who have been working since nine from Jamaica Teachers' Training
September, will be announced wbeu School. On May 21, St. Lawrence
six points.
the News staff elections are made this university will come lo State and on '
The record for high jump was month.
May 28, 'State's squad will journey to
broken by Leah Cohen who cleared
(.'linton to meet the Hamilton college
Nominations have been made for tile bar at 4 feet, 7 inches, exceeding
nine for the final game of the season.
officers of tbe General Alumni associa- Ethel DuBois' record of last year by
Several I ard bitters are on the squad
tion to be voted on alumni day, June one inch.
this ye; r. Over twenty men are re19.
Helen Elliott was timekeeper. Ethel
porting daily for hard workouts, supNorine Keating, '98, English instruc- DuBois and Mildred Wilson were
ervised by Coach Baker. Louis Klein,
tor in Watervliet High School and recorders.
The spring concert of the Music an Albany High School player, is
Elizabeth Schlcipcr Ogsbury, |12,
association will be held Saturday working out with the scpiad and Carl
president of the home economics divievening, May 15, in the auditorium at and Paul Waterman are shaping tip as
sion of the class of 1912 and officer
8:15 o'clock. The orchestra will play a gootl second string battery with a
of the Albany county parent-teachers
works by Rachmaninoff,
Gardner, possibility of playing in some of this
association, arc the nominees for viceSchubert, and a gavotte by Catherine year s games. Charles Donnelley is
president. Dean Anna E, Pierce, '84,
Benson, '28, The mixed chorus will captain this spring and is certain the
Tbe bis game of "hide and seek" sing "Away to the Woodlands" by team will be a winner. Joseph Heris nominated for assistant secretary.
Dean Pierce was alumni secretary from played in College every year by tbe Waldo Warner of the London string ney, Gordon Stevenson, David Smurl,
1902 to 1908 and assistant secretary opbomorcs and the freshmen, started quartet, and the well-known "Lon- LcRoy Sullivan, Bernard Aurbach,
from 1908 to the present time. She last Sunday night at midnight and donderry Air." The women's chorus Verne Carr, Francis Griffin, Erie L c „ ^ - v ,
is also treasurer of the national asso- will continue until midnight Saturday. of 130 voices will present works by Baron, E. Martin (loldring, John Kin-* v' ! .f '
ciation of deans of women.
For The players are the six hundred stu- Woods, Gaul, and Caudlyn, and several sella ire among those on the squad*'**- -;
treasurer the nominees are Miss dents who make up tbe two classes.
arrangements of folk songs from EngThe hitlers, the sophomores, have lancl and Ireland. Admission will be
Anne dishing, '99, faculty member,
treasurer of tbe eastern branch alumni concealed somewhere in tbe College free on presentation of lax tickets.
association; Miss Kalherine Buehler, buildings their mascot, a small minia- The public will lie admitted on pay'20; and Miss Agnes Dennin, '19, both ture elephant, about four inches long. ment of fifty cents. After the concert
instructors in Albany High School, A reward of live points in the inter- there will be dancing in the gymnaHenry Thomas Moore, president of
Trustee nominations are Professor Ida class rivalry contest is tbe goal of the sium.
Skidmore college, will address both
Reveley, '96, bead of tbe biology de- freshmen seekers.
sessions of the student assembly this
Tbe mascot was exhibited to tbe
partment, Wells college, and a trusINDIAN LADDER HIKE
morning. President Moore was form- *
tee since 1923, and Miss Ida M. Is- freshmen at tbe student assembly
Tbe spring trip to Indian Ladder erly professor of Psychology at Dartdell, '84, formerly a faculty member Friday, by Muriel L, Wenzel, presiand now life underwriter in the Al- dent of the student association. Dur- will be Saturday, May 15. Georgianna mouth and assistant in Psychology at
bany office of tbe Pcnn Mutual Life ing the week a committee of yearlings Maar, hiking -captain, is in charge. Harvard. He is also author of the
Insurance company.
under the chairmanship of Vera B. Each person will be assessed one dol- book "Modern Psychology for BeginTbe nominating committee com- Wellott had under consideration re- lar. Hikers must bring their own ners."
A luncheon for President and Mrs.
prises Albert Silkworth Perkins, '21, vised rules for sophomores. These lunch. Supper will be served, Busses
chairman, Frances Wood Ilaydcn, '12, rules will be submitted to Myskania leave College at ten ami twelve o'clock Moore will be given at the home of
and will return at 5:30 and 6:00.
President Brubachcr,
and to the class for approval.
and Helen Kelso, '17.
COMMITTFENOMINA TES
FOR ALUMNI OFFICES;
WILL ELECT JUHE 19
SPRING CONCERT WILL
PRESENT FOLK SONGS
FROSH HVNTELEPHANT
CONCEALED BY SOPHS
SKIDMORE PRESIDENT
TO ADDRESS ASSEMBLY
Pago Two
HTA'IT, C O L L M l
ESTABLISHED BY THE CLASS OF 1918
NI'WS, MAY 7. Mi'-'li
1926-27 Registration Procedure Outlined by Registrar;
SUMMER SESSION WILL
BRING 1,000 TO STATE Dean, Major and Minor Officers Sign Without Interview
The ninth annual summer session,
All students who expect to return registrar's office. Juniors will not be
No 28 bringing possibly one thousand pub- to the College in September will be permitted to register for Education 2
lic school superintendents, supervisors, required to register in accordance with or 5. Sophomores will not be perPublished weekly during the college and teachers for a six-weeks' course, the following procedure, Miss Eliza- mitted to register for Education 1 or
year by the Student Body of the New will begin July 6 and continue until beth Van Denburgh, registrar, an- Philosophy 1,
nounces:
York State College for Teachers at August 14.
4, Return the blanks when filled out
1." Obtain a trial schedule sheet and
Albany, New York,
Professor Winfrcd C, Decker, head schedule card from the registrar, [f to the registrar, not later than today,
The subscription rate is three dollars
5, The blanks will be examined by
you
are
a
freshman,
obtain
also
a
per year. Advertising rates may be had of the German department, will be
your major and minor officers, and
major and minor card.
on application to the business manager.
director. A part of the regular faculty
signed
without interview, if satisfac2, Fill out the trial schedule sheet
will be supplemented by a long list of with pencil for both semesters, the tory. The names of those whose
Editor-in-Chief
schedule and major and minor cards blanks do not meet with approval will
visiting instructors..
HARRY S. GODFREY, '26
The aim of the session will be mainly with ink. If you wish to ask the ad- be posted on the bulletin board, with
vice of members of the faculty, they time and place for interviews with the
Managing Editor
to supply the needs of the teachers in will be glad to help you with any instructors concerned. The dean also
EDWIN VAN KLEECK, '27
service, Courses will be open to both difficulties, but you arc to return the will sign without interview, if schedule
Business Manager
men and women who are graduates sheet to the registrar's office, unsupwd. is satisfactory.
HELEN E. ELLIOTT, '26
6, On May 25, 26, students will come
3, In filling out your trial siieet:
of a college or normal school or to
(a) Observe the regulations on pages again to the registrar's office for class
Subscription Manager
teachers of experience.
16-19 of the college catalogue; (b) Use cards which are to be filled out and
HELEN BARCLAY, '26
Registration will be at the director's great care in selecting courses, as only returned not later than May 29.
Copy Reader
office on July 6 from nine to five necessary changes will be permitted
Students who expect to attend the
MARGARET BENJAMIN, '26
o'clock. Members of the faculty will in the fall; (c) Each course in the reci- summer session should ask for a sumAssistant Business Managers
be there to advise students concern- tation schedule is marked with a mer session card and file it with the
MYRA HARTMAN, '27
ing the scope of the courses and the Roman numeral to designate exami- other blanks.
method to be perused,
Instruction nation group. These numerals arc to
HELEN ZIMMERMAN, '27
No student will be permitted to
will begin the following day, No be listed in the left-hand margin of register for more than six hours for
Assistant Subscription Manager
regular
instruction
vvil
be
given on the schedule sheet.
the summer session except for unTUELMA TEMPLE, '27
Saturdays after Saturday, July 10.
Seniors are to register for Education usual reasons, and only with the perAssistant Copy Reader
New York state residents are not 2, one semester, and for Education S, mission of Professor Winfrcd C.
JULIA FAY, '27
charged tuition. Final examinations 'he other. Juniors are to register for Decker, director. Students who are
Associate Editors
will be given on Thursday. Friday and Education 1, one semester, and for working for the A. li. degree are not
Sara Barklcy, '27
Louise Gunn, '27 Saturday, August L\ 13 and 14,
Philosophy 1, the other. It is hoped permitted to take courses in music or
Katharine Blenis,
Anna Kol'f '26
Faculty members who will leach that the classes will divide themselves commerce in the summer for credit,
Joyce Persons. '26
are: David Hutchison, A, A. Walker, somewhat evenly. If not, division unless they have begun these subjects
Adna W. Risley, George M. York, must be made arbitrarily in the as a minor sequence,
Reporters
Leah Cohen
Elizabeth farMtillen George M, Conwcll, Clarence A. tlidley,
iJr. Arthur K, Bcik, Dr. GertThclina Brczce Loin Van Schaick
rude 12, Douglas, Amcdee Simonin, DUTCH MAIDENS ACT
CONVENTION VOTES TO
Virginia Higgins Kathcrinc Saxton
Miss Blanche M. Avery, T. Frederick
Adelaide Hollister Dorothy Watts
H. Caudlyn, Miss Ethel Iluyck, Miss
AS
PAGEANT
USHERS
REVISE Y. W. PURPOSE
Elnah Krieg
Bertha Zajan
[Catherine E. Wheeling.
Dutch maidens in modest kerchief
The national biennial convention of
Visiting instructors will be; Julius
S. Kingsley, professor of secondary and cap were ushers for the historical the Y. W. C. A. held in Milwaukee,
FIVE COLUMN NEWS IS education,
Middlebury college; Caro- pageant given under the auspices of April 21-27, was attended l.v Ethel
line A. Whipple, supervisor ol immi- the Political Science Club on Friday DuBois, '27 and Margaret I'absl, '26.
PASSED BY ASSEMBLY grant
education, State Education de- evening, April 30, as part of the One of the three assemblies at the
Without a dissenting vote, both partment; Chester J, Terrill, head of Mother and Daughter Week-end. convention, the student assembly,
sessions of student assembly Friday the commercial department, Albany During the intermissions other pic- State's representatives attended, This
overwhelmingly adopted a resolution High School; M. II, Bigelow, head of turesque maidens in Priscilla costumes assembly was concerned with a reendorsing the plan for an eu'arrred the commercial department, high sold roses to the Mothers.
wording of the present statement of
State College News for next year and school, Atlantic City, N. J.; Thomas
the purpose of Y. W. and a committee
The pageant consisted of various was appointed to investigate local
agreed to support the bigger paper,
M. Muir, principal Lafayette Bloom
The plan presented to the associa- Junior High School, Cincinnati, O.j scenes, among them an Indian cere- Y. W. conditions and to draw up a
tion for the News and Finance hoards Alfred E. Gilbert, Schenectady pub- monial flower dance, a New Amster- new statement of purpose to be preby Edwin Van Kleeck, managing lic schools; Dr. Frank E, Howard, dam scene, an episode at Mount Ver- sented at the next assembly.
editor of the News, called for a sixty professor of pedagogy, Middlebury non and a Quaker scene at Philadelper cent enlargement in the size of college; Albert C. Beldiug, supervisor phia, Three faculty members cooperCALENDAR
the paper, making it live columns of commercial education, New York ated, Miss Agues Futtcrer, Miss Isawide, instead of four as at present, City high schools; Howard U. Rocks, belle Johnston and T. Frederick H.
Today
and about four inches longer. The professor of education, Culver-Stock- Candlyn. Marion M. O'Connor, '26,
9:00 P. M-2:()0 A. M. Intercost increase to the student body is ton college, Canton, Mo.; A. P. S. directed the pageant and Marjorie
sorority Ball—Ten Eyck.
estimated at $400 or less than twenty Robinson, graduate student, Teachers' Ott, '27, who with her committee
Thursday, May 13
per cent more than that covered by college, Columbia university; Dr. Jo- planned and made the coustumes.
4:00 P. M. Mathematics Clubthe present News budget,
seph V. DePorte, director of vital
Room 201.
The large increase in College enroll- statistics,, state department of health,
7:20 P. M. Dr. Moldcnhawcr's
ment, in College activities and organi- Bertha A. Barford, teacher Albany NEWMAN CLUB TO VOTE
Address—Auditorium.
zations and the success which has at- High School; Dr. Charles A. CockFriday, May 14
TODAY FOR OFFICERS
tended other College publications were ayne, director of junior and senior
8:15 P. M. Spanish Carnivalurged as reasons for the change. English, Technical
High School,
The regular monthly meeting of
Auditorium.
^Inability of the present News to meet Springfield, Mass.; Glen M. Davis, Newman Club was held Tuesday.
Saturday, May 16
the growing demands for representa- head of French department, Albany Gertrude Lynch, '26, vice-president,
10.00 A. M.-12:00 A. M. Indian
tion in its columns because of lack of High School; Benjamin W. Brovvji, conducted the meeting, and the Rev.
Ladder
Hike,
space was also stressed.
assistant professor English, Brown Joseph A. Dunney gave the second of
8:15 P, M. Spring Concert.
"What the News would like to do university, Mass.; W. Stanton, super- a series of talks on evolution. Nominext year is to publish a four-page visor of grades, Ray L. Hartley, nation of officers for the year 1926-27
paper, with about sixty per cent more director of high school music, Ring- was held. Voting began yesterday
actual space than the present sheet. hamton; Margaret Markharn, assistant i and comities today in the rotun
This paper would have live columns supervisor of music in Albany; Char
ans were made for the third anon a page and would be approximately lotte Roberts, supervisor of music, nual pilgrimage to the shrine of Our'
1926
Edna Murden
the size of those published at Union, Olean; Kate L. Healy, supervisor of Lady of Martyrs at Auriesville, which Edith Green
Marion Reilly
at Colgate, at Amherst, at Yale,, at music, Binghamton; Ralph G. Wins- will be held Sunday, May 23. The Walter Morgan
Daniel
Sweeney
Mount Holyoke, at Wellcslcy, and at low, supervisor of music, Albany.
trip will be made in automobiles, and
1927
Meyer Tobias
most of the other well-known colleges.
members will attend Mass at the Lewis Doyle
1929
This would help case the demand for
shrine. There will be no expense other J. Louise Kuyl
Evelyn Van Detre-i
PRESIDENT SPEAKS
space which is felt more greatly this
than the lunch which each member J. R, Stevenson
Half Tax Unpaid
year than ever before, because we have
President A. R. Brubacher spoke on will provide for herself. Newmanites Frank Sylvester
Edith Altniark
had the largest staff yet large "The Beginning of the Yale Co-op" who intend to make the pilgrimage P. Van Bcschoten Gussie
Lchrman
enough to keep in touch with all' at a meeting of the Co-op staff Mon- are requested to sign on the bulletin
1928
Benjamin Yavncr
phases of college life.
board so that cars may be provided.
day.
Louise Guincy
Vol.X
May 7, 1926
NO TAX
STA'lrK;COMJ<mO NK\VS, MA.Y. 7, 102ft
Page Three
COLLEGE NEWS AT
A GLANCE
A gift of $5 by the Music Club to
(he N e w s ' carillon campaign has been
received from Thyra BcVicr, president.
It brings the total to $5.30.
/
Gamma Kappa Phi receives into full
membership Dorothy l l a u d l o n , '27,
P c r p t h y I lacusscr, '28, Marian F >x,
Dora Dadmun, Shirley l l a r i m a n , Margaret CosgrOj Mildred
Brownhardl,
Vera
YVellott,
Catherine
Nichols,
Joyce fetoitsc, '29.
Psi Gamma sorority will hold* its
annual luncheon t o m o r r o w at tin
Colony Plaza, T h e r e will be a •meeting of the I'si (lamina a l u m n a e association after.
Utith Tcfl'l, '23, was a recent visitor
at the I'si Gamma house.
T h e last part of the observance of
Mother and Daughter Week-end was
held Sunday afternoon when Dr. A.
k. Bruhachcr, addressed the assembly
of mothers and d a u g h t e r s in the rotunda.
After Dr. Hrubaeber's talk,
Mem.rah, NcWniau and Y, VV. had a
tea for the girls and their guests.
T h e Y. VV. officers for 1926-27 are:
president, Ethel DuBois, '27; vicepresident, Hilda Saar, '27; secretary,
Mildred Lansley, '29; treasurer, Margaret I'abst, '27, and u n d e r g r a d u a t e
representative,
Margaret
Stoutenburgh, '28.
Chi Sigma Theta welcomes into
membership Josephine Donley,
Agnes Connor, '2H, Marie O'Keefe,
Catherine Duffv, '29, Mary Gain,
Mary Marl, '29, Mary Hoga.n,
Florence Koen, '29, 'Marie Lynch,
and Mary McCaffrey, '29.
Crows
full
'27,
'28,
'29,
'29,
'29,
In a field in sunny Spain stands a stone mortar.
Crows hoover around it, picking up bits of grain and
chaff—cawing.
Here Marcheta, in the fresli beauty of her youth,
will come to pound maize. For years she will pound
maize. The stone will stand up under the blows;
not,f dent has the muscle of three generations of
women made upon it. But the crows will hurl their
black gibes upon a woman aging early and bent
with toil. Old Marcheta—still in her thirties.
Music Club will soon hold its final
meeting of the year. A p r o g r a m is
planned and election of officers will
lake place.
T h e spring concert will be May 15,
in the auditorium. It will feature the
women's chorus and the mixed chorus.
*m
Alpha Rho has been officially recognized by President A. K. Brubacli r
as a sorority at State College.
This
is the eleventh women's g r o u p on the
campus,
Kappa Delta welcomes into full
membership,
lone Benson, '27, and
Josephine
Brown,
Evelyn
Craves,
Eleanor Suell and Marion Sloan, '29.
T h e 1926-27 officers of the Lutheran
Club are: Carolyn Lorcntz, '27, president and Gertrude S w c t t m a n n , '27,
secretary-treasurer.
Anne Steidinger,
'27, and Carolyn Lorcntz, '27, represented the club at the convention at
Philadelphia recently.
y
The American, woman does not pound
she still beats carpet; she still pounds
still pumps water. She exhausts her
-tasks which electricity can do better,
the time.
Electricity, which can release
woman fr*om her b u r d e n s ; has
already created a revolution in
American i n d u s t r y . Wherever
mankind labors,
General
Ejcctrip m o t o r s can be found
' carrying loads, driving machinery "ond ; saving t i m e a n d labor.
And there is no b r a n c h of electrical d e v e l o p m e n t t o d a y t o
which General E l e c t r i c has not
made i m p o r t a n t c o n t r i b u t i o n s .
The high ideals of a community mean little where
woman is still doomed to drudgery. But the miracles /which electricity already has performed
indicate but a fraction of the vast possibilities for
better living and the tremendous opportunities
which the future developments in electricity will
hold fol the college man and woman.
A series of G - E a d v e r t i s e m e n t s
showing w h a t electricity is
doing in m a n y fields will be
sent on request. Ask for booklet G E K - 1 .
T h e seniors of the H o m e Economics
d e p a r t m e n t gave a " S t e p p i n g S t o n e "
shower to Beth Ogleby, '26, on Friday
evening. After attending the Political
Science Club pageant, the class returned to the practice house which was
decorated in pink and white. A luncheon was served. Miss Ogleby received
a shower of kitchen utensils.
maize. But
clothes; she
strength in
and in half
,
- 7-72DH
AL ELECTRIC
C O M P A N Y . I'
ECONOMY
Bernice Donald, '29, of P a g e hall
won a building lot recently in an ad- D R E S S G O O D S STOR.E
P h o n e . W-3791-M
vertising scheme of the Metropolitan 215 C e n t r a l A v e .
Cooperative Realty company.
OakSilk - Woolen - Cotton
tree Heightsy just outside N e w a r k ,
He-nstitching'And TrimmingJ
New Jersey, is the location of the
.,,
OPEN EVENINGS
. ..
home site wjiich.js valued at $250.
;
S C H E M H C T A n Y .
, Compliments
of
College C a n d y S h o p
N E W
VOW K
PRINTERS TO COLLEGES
The Brandow Printing
Company
Makers of
"The Ped" "The Book of Verse"
STATE (K)LLKOK NEWS, MAY 7, 1926
Page Four
HOME EC INSTRUCTOR
COMMITTEES WORK ON SENIOR AND SOPHOMORE
"MR. P1M" STAGE SET
STUNT ENTERTAINING BECOMES SUPERVISOR
Miss Jessie McLenaghen, who has
his year been in charge of the foods
»vork in the home economics department, has beep made supervisor of the
province of British Columbia in Canada. Miss McLcnaghen's home is in
Vancouver and the position will make
it possible for her to get home often.
The staff and students of the department are very sorry to lose Miss McLenaghen, but on the other hand arc
delighted at the prospects of her goiilg
into a position where she will have the
opportunity to organize new departments and strengthen home economics
in the province of British Columbia,
Professor Florence E. Wincbell said.
Miss J. Corinne Troy has been
•selected to succeed Miss McLenaghen.
Miss Troy has taught elementary and
'ligh school work as well as college.
COLLEGE REPRESENTEDMuch of her teaching has been done
in Maryland.
She is taking her i
SENIOR BREAKFAST TO
AT LIBRARY MEETINGmaster's
degree this year at Teachers' I
BE MONDAY, JUNE 21 Miss Mary E. Cobb, college libra- college, Columbia university, Miss
More
' Senior breakfast will he served Mon- rian, Thyra Bc\ ier, '26, and Miriam Troy will visit the department before
for your
B. Snow, '26, attended a meeting of the end of the year.
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Scnior-sophomorc stunt in chapel
Friday afforded novel entertainment to
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senior and sophomore children shot
marbles, danced, and made sport of
the organ grinder with his Charlcstoning monkey, Students were shown
side lights on sonic of their own members. The cast included Kathleen
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Emery,
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