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YORK S T A T E COLLEGE FOR T E A C H E R S
Vol.. XI. No. 20
TO CHOOSE LEADING
COLLEGE NEWSPAPER
ENTERS
CONTEST
Cleveland Had First Place In
4 3 8 Entrants In Rivalry
Of Last Year
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TEACHING IS THEME
OF BRUBACHER BOOK
GKII'I'IN
X F W Y O R K , Feb, 10,
Triumphant
lasl n:ghl o v e r Xew I ' a l l / . X o r i u a l , the
S l a t e College varsity team is iu the
M e t r o p o l i s today, a w a i t i n g the second o l
its o u t - o f - t o w n games t o m o r r o w night
with
llrooklyu
Polytechnic
institute,
I he P u r p l e and ( i o l d has a s t i f f g o to
face t o m o r r o w , the dope has it, and llic
team is rest.n : today.
Saturday night
the o u t f i t w i l l go back up the H u d s o n
I'.aiu, s l o p p i n g at A i i n a n d a l e to play S i .
Stephen's.
I t o t l i State and the Rectors
.Hive I r i m m e d I larkson this seas
m o t h e r 11 ise battle is expected.
Educators Say It Is " F i r s t
Adequate Treatment
Of Its Field"
PUBLISHED
BY
CENTURY
"Education S t a f f
Important
Concern Of Democracy,"
President Writes
and
"Leaching:
P r o f e s s i o n and P r a c t i c e , "
a book by President A . R. J i r u h a c h c r ,
w . i - p i i h l i f l i c d tli.s week hy the C e n t u r y
• in .may o f N e w Y o r k .
A l r e a d y hailed
i.v e d u c t i o n as " o n e o f llie o u t s t a n d i n g
d i - e i t i o i i a l books' and as " t h e first adepm'.e ire.ilmeiit of its field," the volume,
(•presents c r y s t a l l i z a l l o n o f more than
vveitv live years o f w i d e l y v a r y i n g e x ' i i t i i es in educational w o r k .
Accordng i • f r i e n d s of I Ir. I l r u l m c h c r , his book
i i - been .n the process o f p r e p a r a t i o n
or t w o years.
p r o b l e m d i a l w i l l he answered a g a i n this
F e b , 10. I n a l o n g NKVV I ' A I . T /
I r a w n out g a m e , m a r k e d hy s l o w play.
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d i t i o n a l l y by s l n c l
association's n a t i o n - w i d e conies! at Co
r e l e r e c i i i g S t a l e C o l l e g e last n i g h t ile
lunihia u n i v e r s i t y , N e w Y o r k o i l y , M a r c h
icated New Paltz N o r m a l s c h o o l on
I I and 1_\
Tin' STATU COU.KCK
NKWS
• he k i l l e r ' s c o u r t , here. I'll m I I . S t a l e
w i l l enter the contest.
m l p l a y e d I he o p p o n e n l s i n e v e r y de
p
arlnicnt.
A l half t i m e the P u r p l e and
Seven hundred delegates attended last
C o l d l e d , .1.1 i n IS
y e n ' s C'liivtinicHI, c o m i n g f r o m eighteen
K u c z y n s k i was h i g h m a n for S t a i r
states, t h e ( anal Zone, Canada a n d the W i l l i 2 / p o i n t s , a n d N e p h e w
billowed
I he book is publishe I in the C e n t u r y
I i i - u i i ' l n l ( u l u m h i a . Four h u n d r e d ami eluselv w i i h 2?.
C a n accounted for
d u r a t i o n >erie-, one of the best k n o w n
t h i r t y c i g h l newspapers ivere entered in I I ; H i i n , v, I : I I M I I I I I ,); a n d K l e i n , I.
'•'lec.i I I i o f hooks on educational suhv a n \ \ . , . i n i . n was h i g h f o r X e w Paltz.
the v a r i o u s d i v i s i o n * o f the contest, re"ci-.
D r . I l r u b a e h e r ' s hook, his i n i r o Cnarh
ll.-iki-r
stalled
Kmvynski,
IllClioli says, tries In sec the p r i n c i p a l
p r e s e n t i n g f o r i ) three .stales.
( a i r and
I Irriicy.
Xi phew.
Klein,
iroblems b e f o r e the leaching w o r l d geti\ n I l l l i u and a M i l l l i e s o l a
teachers
L a t e r in t h e h a l l lie p u l l e d o u t t ' a r r
i'a ly and to seek all answer to them.
college
paper
won lirsl
and second
i n d I L i n v. i c p l a c i n g t In in by I l o l l
Ili-- book is considered unique in thai
prizes, respectively, in the teachers col,w\'\
i i r I'l'tn.
H i ran h a d f o u r
perI
undertakes nil analysis o f the teaching
lege and n o r m a l school d i v i s i o n ,
I |ou
U'ny A l l i n n y Keening Newsonals,
linker
stalled
the
original
n i n e , ion f r o m points o f v i e w h i t h e r t o
i i r t i l i l i 1 inenlioit first and second went to
, i \ e m i n e.xcepl I l e r i l e y , in t h e - e t ' o i l d
leglectcd and surveys the field III genteachers college papers in N o r t h D u k o l a
eral.
h a l f a n d l a t e r r e p l a c e d I a n l.v ( I r i l l i n .
and T e x a s ,
A c c o r d i n g In w o r d received
I he g a m e w.i • not so r o u g h as t i n
" F d n c a t i o n is so large n part o f o u r
hy t i n 1 NT vv s hoard f r o m C o l u m b i a , even
l u m b e r o l f o u l s r a l l i d vv m i l d i n d i c a t e ,
•ivic l i f e and has such large significance
g r e a t e r interest is being s l m w n h j llic
the r e f e r e e p r o v i n g s t r i c t ,
Nearly all
'or
the social and m o r a l l i f e o f o u r
teachers colleges lliis year ami this class
if S t a l e ' s m e n li.nl s e v e r a l p e r s o n a l
people that the f l u i d i t y and the persono f papers w i l l have special meetings at
i HI I . b e f o r e I he end o l t h e g a n i i ' .
h'i n i i e c i i h u n d r e d people took part iu
the c i i n v e n i i o n , in a d d i t i o n to the r e g u l a r
F i n l.v W i l l i a i l i s , a , prophetess, sug- nel o f the education stalT is one of the
-iippm
A h ' g c r o w d of N e w P a l l
program.
the f o i l ! events of j u n i o r week
last 4esled possible honors for many p r o m i - most i m p o r t a n t concerns o f o u r democei > • aw I lie C o n i c a l ,
r a c y , " D r . Hriihacher says in his i u t r o T h e J u n i o r College J o u r n a l , o f J u n wee!, end. A p p r o x i m a t e l y three h u n d r e d iieni j u n i o r s ,
luetiou.
" T h e people d
it g e n e r a l l y
ior T e a c h e r s C o l l e g e , C l e v e l a n d , ( ) . , w o n
T h e players w h o lel'l Wednesday mi attended lite |msl e x a m jubilee T h u r s d a y
T h e t a b l e , w i n decorated n i l h j o n ealize (his, and the teachers Iheinselve.s
the contesl and ll silver cup last year.
• l e n i i i g , February ,1.
he l r i p a r e : Captain N e p h e w , K i t c z y u
i r e inclined to underestimate their value
piil
and yellow
carualimis,
yellow
T h e J o u r n a l is published al C l e v e l a n d ,
ki,
H i i MI v. • a i r , (iolT, t i r i l l i n and
J u n i o r P r o m F r i d a y night in ihc hall
o soe'ety. T h e educational stafT has no
w h i c h lias alsn a national r e p u t a t i o n f o r
room o f T e n K y i k f r o m '1 until 2 o'clock, l a v m -, ami s i n a m 1 s,
Klein.
i r r o g a n c e . O i l the c o n t r a r y it has been
the q u a l i t y ••{ its h i g h school p u h l i c a " I In jiinii 1 le 1 daiiia', llie l i r s l social ilniost abject iu its h u m i l i t y .
was 1 11, o i the niosi gain event- in the
So l i l t l e
lions,
• e al calendar o l 1 ollegc this
year. m u c i n
:i • k i n d ever given al State. a l l ' assurance have teachers as a g r o u p
T h e S T A T E Coi.i.iaa: N E W S lias never
\ a'eiilinc
hearts predoiniualed in the
hat they have been buffeted about by
.va
.1 g i e a l
access," Miss M o o r e , the
b e f o r e been entered in this o r any other
l e c o r a l i n g scheme
hose w h o bold (be p o w e r o f purse.
contest. T h r e e consecutive issues (if the
h . d r i l l , m . aid.
T.tlTeta g o w n s in the period
frock
Teachers have had no seal a m o n g the
paper are entered and the rules p r o v i d e
••Tin g i r l s ' s i i g line added to the geu
m i g h t y in state and m u n i c i p a l politics,
S h y l o c k , the " M e r c h a n t o l
V e n i c e , " -l.v ! . .al I o i m a n ' ai.d varied culm - vv el'e
that these three illlisl lie those i m m e d i niosl
popular.
\ civet
and g e o r g e t t e e i a l spirit n i I - cilellienl vv llicll a l w a y s have not even asked f o r places as d o o r .vill he p o r t r a y e d by J u l i a h'ay, '2.7, W e d
ately p r e c e d i n g F e b r u a r y S, e x c l u s i v e o l
keeper iu the house o f those w h o apport. presi lit d u r i n g j u u i r week end. A l
•losely f o l l o w e d .
Rep-iris o f llic treasii--il.iv e v e n i n g , February IX
w h e n 11 it
special issues. T h e issues o f January 14,
ion the public moneys, but have m e e k l y
h .111 ll ibis is llh In -1 l i m e one haid v a l u e d d r a m a t i c s class p r e s e n t - the urer have not yel lieen anilotmei d.
21 a n d 28 w i l l t h e r e f o r e lie entered.
icccnlcd their meager a l l o w a n c e .
A b i i l l l fifty j i i n i o i - alleilded the linn h
o u r I r o o m scene of Shakespeare's play,
1ppc.11
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here,
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tag
lines
ai
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coin
T h e papers f o r these three issues have
inder the d i r e c t i o n of I .ouise I m u l l , '27. eon Saturday i r o n at the Ten I'lyck.
11 .11 iu most col'e es n o w .
Fv eryoiie
" T h e teacher has sometimes even debeen m a i l e d to Joseph M . M u r p h y , secI'he part o f P o r l i a w i l l he played hy I ' r, t i n lvalue led nines between e n u r e - .
lied his i d e n t i t y , being ashamed to be
eellte I I ' enjoy llie iioi el idea o l 1 l i l t i n g
r e t a r y o i the association, w h o is in
v l a r c t l l a S t r e e l , '17.
I hri-- ie I in l i s . llie general e h a i r i i r i n
l i e has not
11 S l i i i d a v and end red into it w i l h a recognized as a teacher.
c h a r g e of the contest and of the annual
l o r j u n i o r week, was loaslillislress. M i s , w i l l . "
( l l h e r mi m l i i i s o i the cast are : A n
'leeii ashamed o f his w o r k , but ashamed
convention.
Prizes w i l l he a w a r d e d i o
Mary 1 i r a h n , i i i s t r u c i o r in F n g l i s h , spoke.
onto,
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Poor
ill
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newspapers
and
magazines
in
four
Tea and punch were served al lahles m d there fore, plainly dressed and o f t e n
Rii h a r d leiisen. presiilelll of the class.
.illiati F c k l e r , '11; Nerissa, \ b h i e I raw
classes.
n e id d m er hy members of the f a c u l t y
o i d . '11: the I dike, M e r i a m F a r n c l l , "28. thanked all the members f o r their coopmorly h iiised, be, and m o r e o f t e n , sue,
T h e papers w i l l lie j u d g e d h y newsT h e g y m n a s i u m was decorated w i t h has been abashed b e f o r e those w h o could
Tat 1 11. C i l l i e r l l i m n i n g spoke o f the
This w i l l he Miss Pay's fir-I appear
papermen of X e w Y o r k city, w h o w i l l
o r o i iiy lianuer. and p a l m . . v, ellow car- keep pace w i t h llie modes o f the w o r l d .
Mice in ,i Sliakcspi-arau d r a m a , a c c o r d i n g ICCI m p l i s h m e i i t s of the class d u r i n g its
take into c o n s i d e r a t i o n the technique of
freshniaii year. Coldcna Mills, described
latioiis .nnl i mipiils decor,He,I the tea L a d i n g to recognize llie d i g n i t y of his
ii
Miss
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m
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t
.
new s-w r i l i n g , v a r i e t y of news, the w a y
w o r k and its significance to society and
vear,
icliv it e- d u r i n g the soplloiiiii|-e
aide..
the news is c o v e r e d , special
leatures,
o c i v i l i z a t i o n , he has al times been a
-mil
Margaret
M
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reviewed ' i b i s
I i n id M e y e i l l i f ' s orchestra played for
m a k e - u p , headlines and details o f the
l u r e c r a f t s m a n , l a c k i n g even the s o l i vi :n '- p r o g r a m .
lancing
f
r
o
m
three
u
n
t
i
l
six.
business o r g a n i z a t i o n .
_
larily of oilier crafts.
year
by
llie
('olumbta
Scholastic
Press
1400 Participate In Junior Week Events;
College Has Its First Gin Is "Stag Line"
FAY WILL PLAY ROLE
OF SHYLOCK FEB. 23
C O N C E R T IS T H U R S D A Y
Mid-winter
concert
w i l l he iu the
a u d i t o r i u m F e b r u a r y 17 al 8:.l() o ' c l o c k .
The
orchestra,
mixed
and
women's
choruses w i l l p r o v i d e the e n t e r t a i n m e n t .
Professor T . Frederick I I . Caiidlyu, ins t r u c t o r in music w i l l direct.
GIVE HOME DECORATION
COURSE IN MILNE HIGH
\ new course 111 home i l e c o r a l l o l i ii l T e . n l ill M i l n e IPe.ll scl
I this -c.llcs
lei.
l l w i l l he taught by F l e a m . r l i a r
r i s o ' i , " J / ; M a r i o n I-'. S m i l l i , a 14r.nl11.1i1
-indent : M a r j o r i e
M . 1 Ireeiimau,
11
and I ' ris S i m n I I , '11.
'•'file course vv ill lie a sillily of house
hold f u r n i s h i n g s , h me a r c h i t e c t u r e , and
Iher essentials in the rlecoration of t i n
"No Such Luck,"Says Clarkt, '27, h o m e . " M C s \1111a Randolph K e i m , as
isianl p r o f e s s o r of home economies and
Denying He Inherited $5,000,000 uperv ism' o f practice l e a c h i n g , said.
W i l l i a m John C l a r k e , '27, m e m b e r
o f M y s k a u i a and f o r m e r manager o f
OHIO PAPER W A N T S PRIZF
varsity b a s k e t b a l l , today denied that
Ch vi land. ( ).. Feb. 10. (.S'/v,-/,// j
he is the " W i l l i a m J o h n C l a r k e , " vv ho
The l o i i r n a l '-indent p u b l i c a t i o n of the
a c c o r d i n g to press r e p o r t s f r o m I.mi
l u n i >r
Teachers | College,
Cleveland
don, K u g l a n d , has inherited a $5,0011,School o f F d n c a t i o n , here, is w o r k i n g
1)00 f o r t u n e and a t i t l e .
h a r d to w i n again this year the n a t i o n a l
" N ' o .siieh luck.
I'm not the one,''
r i - e f o r the best teachers college paper
C l a r k e t o l d the S T A T E CIH.I.ECK N E W S ,
in the I ' o l u m h i a Scholastic Press a.ssoInterest iu the identity of the r i c h
i HI contest.
Last year the J o u r n a l
C l a r k e was aroused when it was noted
w o n the first prize.
\ c c o r d i n g to S h i r
that the names of the t w o are idenV y S c h w a r t z , editor, " t h e slalT is bendt i c a l , even to the detail of the final
ing every
elTorl
to Come out ahead
" e " on C l a r k e ' s name.
again."
T h e F n g l i s h C l a r k e i n h e r i t e d the
" C i v i l hope is eiilertaiued as to the
f o r t u n e a n d the t i t l e f r o m his f a t h e r ,
'lossihilities of repeating the M I C C I - S o f
Sir Rupert Clarke.
T h e t i t l e came
last year in o b t a i n i n g the cup g i v e n the
i n t o the f a m i l y t h r o u g h his g r a n d V s t p a p e r , " the l o i i r n a l said e d i t o r i a l l y .
f a t h e r , a butcher o f London's Fast
" V c o r d i n g to reports the staff ha-, ex
F.iul, w h o made a f o r t u n e in real
estate in A u s t r a l i a .
c r i e d e x c e p t i o n a l elTorts in i m p r o v i n g the I
paper since lasl y e a r . "
I
NAME COMMITTEE FOR DR. PURDY WILL SPEAK
FRENCH FETE APRIL 2 HERE NEXT WEDNESDAY
i t inm'ttees
f o r llie F r e n c h fete
April
ir.
.', were appointed at F r e n c h club meeting
Tuesday.
They
are:
Violet
V
C. P u r d y .
Pierce. '28,
I
g i n e r a l c h a i r m a n ; decorations, F t h e l O r
I n iv n
hey,
I lershherg.
'_">; D i . r n i h j
Doyle.
'.Ill;
Mary
llrimmer,
Hindi
'.III;
and
j
Julia
'_'".
Favors
,-,
| i
r
| |',-li
menus,
Fthel
I n i r g h , '_'«. c h a i r m a n ; L i l l i a n
Van
!-.
:u i n t .
led the Silvt r
f a l l , 'IK c h a i r m a n ; l i l a d y s Reynolds, '21: I .,,, ,|, in i
(ierlrude
pn.fi
s.,r of
prac
I ili-.- .logy al I l a r t i o i ' d -i m i l i a r y , and
Km-
] i , . ai
PurdyX
llc.i
. i" hi i r i i n i i ,
o V I ,.-k.
talk
w h o h o , - al
Pay c ,11 f e n - n o - . ,
Tin-
will
I'ehrti
ul.it ct of
vv II In " ' f h e Role " t
i ,, in L i f e . "
l i e is the a u i h .r o f several ho k
i H i e l l . '27 ; i ' ' ' : " ' 1 " ' ' 1
on
'''',! ' " '
K a t h a r i n e I t l e i i i s , '27; posters and tickets, I
}}^^\ {Wn^W^\^-\DENY
" T h e greatest
and most
immediate
ice I of teachers as a g r o u p is correct
self-appraisal.
W h a t place m a y he hold
;
u the scheme o f things I
Is his w o r k
In be c o m p a r e d w i t h that o f the a r t i s a n
ir that of the a r t i s t ?
Is his service
•omparahle to that o f the mechanician
ir Io that o f the scientist?
Is teaching
in occupation, a j i b o r a pro'fession?
'n m a k i n g this appraisal o f his w o r k ,
he must f o r m u l a t e a d e f i n i t i o n f o r the
u o b a h l e category into w h i c h his w o r k
w i l l f a l l , and then proceed to show that
it is the correct classification.
T h a t is,
what is a profession a n d . has the teaching service the c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s of a p r o fession?
I n what p a r l ' c u l a r s is the great
'lody of teachers less than p r o f e s s i o n a l in
is a t t i t u d e and practices?
W h a t arc the
•real o b l i g a t i o n s resting upon teachers
when once we g r a n t that thev constitute
i profession?
A n d what w i l l best'promote the associated interests o f the m i l ioiis o f teachers it n v in service?
" C o n c e i v e o f a d e m o c r a t i c society w i t h in school, college, u n i v e r s i t y , o f a n y
k i n d ; remove in i m a g i n a t i o n a l l teachers,
i n s t r u c t o r s , p r o f e s s o r s ; d i s r e g a r d the r e tilts o f a l l public and p r i v a t e education.
(.'an y o u d e r i v e a n y t h i n g but social a n d
i n d u s t r i a l chaos? Can y o u p r o m i s e anyt h i n g w h a t e v e r to the c i v i l i z a t i o n of the
f u t u r e under the supposed c o n d i t i o n s ?
" W e confess o u r sins and a d m i t that
REPORT THAT92
R i g o u a r d , '.10; S h i r l e y W o o d , '.III.
_ ^ ^ ^ . .
. »»„ .>»•>,>.»•«•«.
I .inner p r o g r a m and music, L u c y I'er- | FR0SH
ARE
"FLUNKED
p i n i n g . 27. c h a i r m a n ; V i o l e t Pierce, J.S;
dai.ee r e f r e s h m e n t s , ( i e r l r u d e
Conway,
I lie n u i i i l i e r o l n e - l i i i i e n vv ho Have
'.'S; F s t h e r D o u g l a s , '28.
In t ii d r o p p e d f r o m C o l l e g e as a r e s u l t
Costumes f o r the p l a y , T l i c h n a Pre
ni i h c m i i l - y e a r e x a m i n a t i o n s is n o t
zee, '17. c h a i r m a n ; V i r g i n i a Roosa, MO; vet k n o w n , it was a n n o u n c e d y e s t e r d a y
F l o r e n c e C a m l e t . '2H; stage properties at t h e r e g i s t r a r ' s ol'lice. D e a n W i l l i a m
ami
l i g h t s , (ieiiev ieve
LaFlechc,
'27. I I . M e l / l e r is s t i l l i n t e r v i e w i n g .students
chairman;
Marie
U'enetawowicz,
'27; vv'io
failed
l o pass i b e i r
subjects,
lirace
C l a s i e r , '-'K; m a k e - u p ,
Regina I R u n i o r s t h a i n i n e t y t w o l u - s h i m - i i a r e
P e r r e a u l t , '17; and F v e l y n Magee, '27.
I,, he d r o p p e d w . i , - r i d i c u l e d as a b s u r d .
Two I
ks o f the play are on reserve
The lasl of t i e x i vv ei k is t h e earliest
in llie library so that those interested d a t e it was - a ; t l . al w h i c h u p p e r c l a s s
may read the plays m a r k e d .
Tryoul
m a r k s ait- e x p e c t e d t o he r e a d y .
They
w i l l he next week
m a y n o t he r e a d y t h e n .
(PtlUB T h r e e , Column One!
STATE COLJJflQB NEWS,
State College News
ESTABMSHlin HY THE CLASS OF 1918
The t'lulcritratliintc Nuvvspnpor nf New York
Stnte College for Teachers
THE NEWS BOARD
EDWIN VAN KLEECK
Editor-in-Chief
Ki\|«pa Dclln Klio House, West 43M
HELEN ZIMMERMAN
Business
Manager
858 Madison Avenuo, West .|«40-It
VIRGINIA HtcctNS
Maiiasing
Editor
050 Washington Avenuo, Went 2000-J
SARA DARKLEY
,
Associate Managing
Editor
59 So, l.nkc Avenue, West K595-J
TIIEI.MA TEMPLE
Subscription Manager
I'si Gnttimti House, West 2752
Sr.Nion ASSOCIATE EDITOR'S
KATHARINE HI.BNIS, '21
lout* FAY, '2?
TllBLMA I i , IlREJIBK, '27
l.()UISK I ) . CiUNN, '27
JUNIOK ASSOCIATE EDITORS
ADELAIDE IIOLUSTER, '28
I.ELA VAN SCIIAICK, '28
MARV JUDITH LANODON, '28
DOROTHY WATTS, '28
REPORTERS
RUTH H. MCNUTT, '27
ROSE DRA.NSKY, '29
KENT 1'EASE, '27
MOLI.IE KAUFMAN, '29
MAROARET PROVOST, '27
, , , ,.,,,„„„ ..,„
lNtAY
IIKRTUA ZAJAN, '27
k " W * » . 29
KATHLEEN UUUOIITV, '28
II'LORENCE KOEN, '29
RtiTit I''I.ANAOAN, '28
llitssifi I.AI'EIIES, '29
MILDRED GADEL, '28
I.OIIKNA MARCUS, '29
RUTH G, MOORE, '28
ICI.IZAIII.TII 1'UI.VER, '29
GERTRUDE PRASLOW, '29
CAROLINE SCIM.EICII, 29
VERA Bxt.tR WEU.OTT, '29
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAOEKS
ERVYIN I,. BAKER, '27
DOROTIIV IIANDLON, '27
THOMAS J'. I-'ALLON, '29
A.VNK IIOI.IIOVD, '28
FRANCIS E, GRIKFIN, '28
MILDUKII LANSI.EV, '29
KATIIERINB SAXTO.V, '2H
RUTH KEI.I.EV, Assistant Subscription Mnnnger
SARA IIARKI.F.V, Director of Nrvvs Wrilini? Glass
WILLIAM
M. FRENCH,
Desk Keillor
TllBLMA L, IIREZEE, President, News Club; Kuril Moomj \ icet'reslclent; ANNE MTAFFOIIII,':.1I,
Secretary-Treasurer
Published every Friday iu the college year liy the Editorial Hoard
reprcseuthiK tlie Student Assncialicm.
Subscription, $J.OO per
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States. Entered as second class matter at postofficc, Albany, N. Y.
The News does not necessarily endorse sentiments expressed in
contributions. No communications will be printed unless the writers
names are left with the Editor-in-Chief of the News. Anonymity
will be preserved if so desired.
I'RlNTiiP nv .MILLS ART I'IIESS, 394-396 Broadway
Friday, February 11, 1927
NEWS
has in two recent
issues con-
sidered iu length the new rilling of the [ntersoroi'ily council, the effect of which is to limit the number of new sororities which can enter its probationary membership to two
jorofilles every five years. Thus far, except for a threesentenee interview given Otlt by the president of Inlersororlty, that hotly has not replied to the charges made by
this newspaper. Tlie STATE COLLUDE N E W S has no interest
111 the subject of sorority alTairs except as it affects the
welfare of the College and the student body. It has no
axe to grind; no motive to serve except what it believes
to be the a x e of the general student welfare. The NEWS
believes that the Intersorority council is unwise in its ruling, It believes that the council owes it to the College,
as well as to its own members, to attempt to justify its
action. T h e N E W S , therefore, re-states ils stand on the
subject and asks that Intersorority recognize publicly a
student issue of Importance,
The
NEWS
nalism. T h e Graphic is owned by Uernarr MaclJfiddcn,
publisher also of "True Story," "Physical Culture" and
similar literary masterpieces.
The worst feature of the {indication of decency by these
papers is the effect it must have had upon the minds of
countless thousands of immature minds, children by (tic?
thousands, and the many thousands of adults with child
intelligences who make up the bulk of these papers' reading publics. "Countless thousands" is no figure of speech;
the Daily News has more than a million readers daily, three
limes as many as lite New York Times or (he Mew York
Herald-Tribune. The other Iwo tabloids have much smaller,
but still huge, circulations. Measurement is of course impossible but it is obvious that (he harm done by these papers
in reporting this one trial alone iimsl have offset the good
done by countless leitchcrs and clergymen and other agents
for good.
Some idea of the extent to which children read newspapers is conveyed in an article in the current liducatioiifil
Review, wherein is printed the results of a scientific survey
showing "clearly that reading the newspaper is a common
practice of children of all ages" and further, thai newspaper reading is one of the activities in which the growing
child most generally participates." The writers also warn
that " t h e situation is more serious for (lie child limn for
the adult. Children are more likely to accept what (hey
read uncritically and Indiscriminately (linn are adults.
Suggestion is a potent factor during the formative period
of youth. What the child reads in the newspapers will
condition how and what he thinks as the citizen of tomorrow, Society cannot be intlil'ferenl to the nature of the
subject matter which school children read iu llic newspapers."
I he difficulty is to find (he answer to what society is to
do when it ceases to be indifferent. Can the schools develop such a taste for reading that will remove the demand
foi' the smut-sheets?
Can the offending papers be suppressed by existing legislation? Can new legislation safely
be enacted which will stifle llicir growth or force Ihctn to
change their practices? T h e lirsl two possibilities are by
far the mosl hopeful,
lint if they fail, il -reins that the
third must he resorted to, The freedom of the press does
not include the riuhl to violalc public decency and to
affront public morals.
Vol. XJ, No. 20
A C H A L L E N G E T O INTERSORORITY T O
DISPROVE THE NEWS' CHARGES
T h e STATE COLLEOE
IcI'IHlUJABY 11, 1»27
asserts:
1. That the effect of the new Intersorority rule must
inevitably be to slow up the rale of entrance of new sororities to one every two and one-half years.
2, That with the present status of the dormitory situation here, and especially iu view of the foreseen increased
enrollment, the Greek-letter society situation is different
from that in most other colleges and that the formation
of sororities here should be encouraged.
.3. T h a t the effect of the new Intersorority ruling is to
discourage this growth in number of sororities, and that
Intersorority council knows this ami is consciously trying
to effect this discouragement.
•I. T h a t in so doing fntercsorority council is working
grave injustices to eight hundred College women who arc
deprived of the benefits of sorority membership.
5. That the following are at least two of the motives
of Intersorority council in so doing and that these are
selfish motives:
T. T h e maintenance for ils present members of a
false position of social cxclusiveness.
II. T h e desire to ward off the increased competition
for freshman members which more sororities
would bring.
The N E W S wants to make clear that it is not suggesting
that intersorority throw open its doors to every one who
wants entrance. It is not suggesting, even, that it shorten
it« probation period of live years, i t does suggest that
Intersorority can protect itself equally well from fly-bynight groups when any number of petitioners are on probation at one time as when only two arc allowed.
New heights—or rather new depths—have been reached
by our rapidly fattening school of gutter journalists in
their reporting of the Browning separation suit, the most
sticky of the recent piece-, of "flypaper for morons" that
has filled the press. While new levels of salaciousncss have
been attained by the Xew York tabloid rags, misnamed
newspapers, even the better class of journal lias reported
the trial in more or less detail. An encouraging note has
been the refusal of some few newspapers to display (he
nasty nonsense of the proceedings in their columns.
Most conspicuous of the offenders against public decency
have been the triumvirate of metropolitan "picture papers,"
the DaiJy News, the Daily Mirror and tin: Graphic. Tlie
Daily News is the property of those distinguished apostles
of American journalism, the owners of the Chicago Tribune
and of the magazine called "Liberty," another instance of
a confusion of meanings of the terms liberty and license,
no doubt. T h e Daily Mirror is the property of the Hearst
interests, symbolical of all that is worst in American jour-
iVftss Miiimo n. Scotland, instructor in
biology, was the guest of Miss Helen M.
I'nilnps, instructor in English, over the
week-end. Miss Scotland is studying at
Cornell university (luring a year's leave
oi absence,
Topper,
H\ Thome Smith, $J, _'"_' pp. \ e \ \ York:
Mcllride.
liven if it were ncd for Oscar, this record ol an improbable adventure would be one of the most hilarious bunks
we have seen in a long while, f o r ben- is I lie uslolllldillg
tale of Cosmo Topper who in an innocent moment made
friend-, with certain disreputable persons from another
world. What n crew they a r e : the Kerhys, Mrs, Hart,
the happiest of hypocrites; and the Colonel of whom mi
tfoud can be said, whatever. And ihen there is Oscar-—
but if you can't make head or tail of Oscar, neither could
he. Oscar, we think, is the most amazing dog iu literature.
Mr. Smith writes with originality, Hi- i- genuine comedy.
It is a really funny book.
TEN YEARS AGO AT STATE COLLEGE
"Lincoln's Birthday was celebrated by the students of
S. (.. I', by listening to a most unique and interesting lee
lure mi Lincoln given by Monsigimr L'ilev of St. lohn's
church, Schenectady."
- O"The Stan- College basketball team has H„- hardest la.sk
ol a bard season before it. Colgate and U. I'. I. will op
pose the I'urple and Gold in the Albany High school court
on Thursday and Satttrdav nights of ibis week resiicclively."
'
'
•O—
"The Tuskegee Singers who appeared before the students
during the regular chapel period on last Friday morning
rendered a program which was iu keeping with the line
reputation they enjoy, of being one of the best groups of
negro singers in 1 lit- country."
()- .
"The annual bainpicl of the State College alumni, held
at the Aldine club on Fifth avenue, New York city, on
Saturday, February 17th, proved a great success."
|7W) many students are "hot home
pansies"
a
NKWS
correspondent
charged l;co weeks ago. Today Dr.
Caroline Croasdale, professor of hygiene, gives her views for the Ni:\vs". |
When you give oxygen lo an anaerobe
Dr. S. X. Browncll, assistant professor of education, has as his guest bis il is quickly transformed into an aerobcorotber, Herbert Browncll, a senior at a much more alert, charming and inter
v'ale Law school,
Citing kind of creature. Hereafter then
when you enter a slnlTy, airless class
Phi Delta E n t e r t a i n s
Pl'tl Delia entertained Ihe following room-—open the windows. Then |,„,|,
week-end guests:
Fihel Btilauk, ' 2 5 ; otind sternly and if any one moves lo
iivelyti Bellinger, '2(5; F.dua Abbot, '20;
lose them, Including Ihe professor, call
isttth Ames, '2<>; C'orihel Page, '26;
Myrtle Tills, ex-'2o; Louise Gellrlch, ex- out loudly and sonorously iu your be,l
advanced dramatics manner- "Anaerobe."
1/; and Alice Windccker, ex.-'27,
Club Plans Skating P a r l y
Members of ihe Biology club are plan
aing a -kaling parly for ibis afternoon
'ii the Washington park lake. They will
inert at three o'clock in the rotunda.
Alpha
K'lm welcomes
l.e
'c
llnlch-
lit-'.ii. '2N, into full membership,
No Men's Gym Class T o d a y
There will be no pbvsical Induing
•la-.es for men tin's week as kulherford
\i. Baker, the instructor, is away with
he basketball team oil the N'ew York
I tipTo Distribute H a n d b o o k s
Filtering student-, may secure
free
copies of the College handl
ks by leaving noies iu the mailbox for Virginia
I liggins, '28, she has announced.
Miss F u t t e r e r to Read
Mi-s Veurs Futterer, director of Colege dramatics, will read Sir lames M.
Barrie's pi iy, "Rosalind," ai I Inckeuack, N. L. February 17.
My Hilly Hug, liy d i a r i e s \ \ . Ilmwu. $.'. JKJ pp.
IJosluu: Small, Maynard.
The author of these entertaining reminiscences has
gathered the best from a well of recollections of what
Classical Club Lecture
must have been a varied and most interesting and successful
i ircck and Roman ruin, is the sitbjt ct
life ill sea and nil shore. Drawing from the "dill) bag"
if llic lantern slide lecture by Mis- l.ydia
\. lohiisoii, instructor in Latin. Wedue
of In's own memory he has described many countries, many
lav', .il 7:.l(l o'clock, in room MU.
climes and many personalities,
Mr. Ilrown explains that
it was customary for sailors to carry in their sea chests a
bag containing their more valued and more portable treasTerpcning, '29, E n t e r t a i n s
ures, and "such a heterogeneous collection of odds and
Don's \pplehy, *2'i, and Fihel Cash
ends as was rarel) seen in so small a place." I lis descrip•nan, '20. were guests of Kathryil Tertion fits his own book, for tin- treasures he has in it arc
pcning, '2'h in Kingston over ihe weekvaluable, too, and varied they ccrtainls are.
Progress and the I'ast.
By George Frederick Wales.
lHn pp. Xew York: Oxford t'lliversity I'res.s.
"Outlines" of this and that, and e-pccinllv of history
and popular treatments of difficult subjects brim; all the
mode nowadays, it is pleasing to find a coinpreheiisi\e
survey of a long period done in a readable way and u-l
retaining scholarly accuracy. Such a book i- "Progress and
the I'ast." The author furnishes a "glance down the a: os,"
beginning with the primitive races and early historic maraud tracing the main epochs Iu I iaii development through
to a chapter on the evolution of a lien lapan.
After the Curtain Talis,
liv William M. Iliad. -I.S pp.
Boston: Baker.
Here are three reveries, designed to follow the reading
of Shakespearian plays. One "The Quality of Mercy," is
intended to be a sort of sixth act to " T h e Merchant of
Venice."
My Lady Tongue" is to follow '•Much Ado
About Nothing" and "At the Boar's Head" to come after
the curtain falls upon the reading of "King llenry V."
Dr. Croasdale Calls
"Great Unaired"
Anaerobes
Dr. Douglas is Delegate
Dr. (icrlrtide F. Douglas, instructor III
llv Pit, CAIMH.INB CitoA.siiAi.i:.
nioiogy, will be a delegate to the Smith
lint house pausies? Entirely too arlis
rtlumiii council held t'enriiary 17, 1H, and
I", T h e council is composed of presi- lie a phrase lo describe Ihe army of the
dents of each class and club, and a dele- great utiaired, It's loo hard on pausies,
gate from each club,
Let us call them rather "anaerobes."
You don't know what thai means? An
Psi G a m m a A l u m n a e Meet
anaerobe, mes eiifanls, is an organism
Tile I'si Gamma alumnae association thai somehow manages to exist without
of New York Slate College for Teach- oxygen,
They may be masculine or
ers conducted its February meeting Satfeminine, and sometimes, alas, they arc
urday at the sorority house, 1101 Madiprofessorial.
Iu any ease they need enson avenue.
lightenment, but more than thai they
need oxygen.
Brother Visits D r . Browncll
Alpha R h o Initiates
THE SEA AND HUMOR IN NEW BOOKS;
TRACING THE PAST TO THE PRESENT
From the files of the News for Feb. 14, 1917
OUR GUTTER JOURNALISTS
COLLEGE BRIEFS
MISS FREAR WILL SAIL
FOR EUROPE SATURDAY
SPEAKS ON MEAT
How care iu raising live slock niai
illlllli'lliv the palalibili!) of meal was e \
plained lo stud,.uls in ihe home enum
dcparlnicni Moiidaj morning bv M L ,
lue/ S. \ \ ilson, director ..| home ceo
noiiiic., oi lb,, national live ,|ock and
meat b lard, ( 'hit-ago.
"1'alatihilil.v depends on feeding, breed
im:. handling, age. sex, coml'liou, mnoum
'I i.it. exercise, glandillai
secretion
aielhods oi slaiighleriu •, distribulioii and
'nnkiug," she said. "The buyer del. i
millr
' I be price and qnal.lv of meal in
lln
' community, Ii she demand- onlv th,
ICsl,
s h e will
gel
i|."
EDUCATIONAL ECHOES
"•»"s
The i.n,!,!,.,,, „f ,,,,'si,,,; ,,„, ,,|„„,|
s f o u l , fh'Vctl In lniu-l,,,.,, w i l l , , , | , | [|i, y
'HNinnllllK eliiu,,,,. i,, | | „ . s l i i i e l i i i , . ,,f , | , r
H •in system ||(,8 K ,,„|„„|| v |, r „, IH |„ .,|
'" I l """ ' " imslniu eiiuil,!,,,,,,,,.
'•"' ll "' lirsl time :t vvniimn .-,
'D'lMliiW tliu .iir.-iirs „f tl„. ,\
\ssi,
. "Is "I.;o- th.'iii .»!() ilicm (iris L-ulleees ,,„|
is o;„-,,|.,n., ihe chief a.lh-L „ss„ -|,U| „, ,
.N'tvv IIAVK.N
•:."»
«"oi»
mulU'm
V.ie.ihularies „f from .lima ,,,
I. I'-ieiH-h. <;,•,•„,,,„ ; „ ; " s p " i i i i i i
'"•''' t ' " l " , , l | n
frelll
. ( 0 0 , 0 0 0 I,.
IIi IIIIII eilireiit wor.ls. have hern ciimpilril
I , v - , , V ' ' • • . l l ' " " " " " ; Prnfessnr ,,f ,,sVel,
Mr. III..-,,
"."«' is.1 eiuiiluetino
U\v university, I«IIKH.-I)l
f„i ihe priielii-i
n.sr
. i n . l v ,,
:>-s nhie-li is i,
-liKalMil, l,y w l ,
|.|||| s I,
-Hv |n,|,ils „,„,
liKi-Hlly
i,l IM-IIC
Mi-. Florence D. Frear, instructor iu
.h„-i|s „f
h me cc Hi inics, w ill sail on the ( )lv in
,,ni|„><<• fri in New York tomorrow for
l...i„s K„ss,l, f ,,li,„r ,,f The ll.enleiit, li.r,
'ui'i.pe where she will spend her sab- .„'"'"-;"""•
" »"•• -nivei-siiy ,,i C,.l|if„niia.
bal'cal leave Ibis semester.
ins,-., i„ resiKii ,-u ||,... ,ei|i,,-»t ,,f the Ass„
•He.I M i hi, - i n s ; , | „ | p r e s i i l e n t \ V I'-illn.hrll
She plan- to visit K'ouie, the Riviera,
:»'"'••,
•'••'•• " - ' " I n a will \Zc uir the"'!,,,!
Switzerland and l.ngland while abroad. PI'S
a n ; !.. '''•' ",""'"• "S nil i i i i l e p e l l i l e n t ,.ii!,lie.-i
, ' , •'".'
She will be accompanied by her daughter,
l
Miss Irene I.. Frear, instructor in Latin &'i' f«iiy"f"ii:;»
; H H^K^iiirclu'lV,"'";
;l
in Ihe \lbany High school. Mis, Frear , , ,"• '" l " ' ; l " ; - ' l .'i,n.|„-|.,llise « h e , - e h v llir
1UK. '"'•.«"",I
have !„.,.„ ei„,i,-„lle,| jnuilly
expects to studv al the \mcriean aea
T',' KI '' ' i1'1'1' '""' ""• \ss,„-,a,e, *»
n„ "
''y '-" " ' '-In'' 's -ele evua-l- nf the imifta
lem.v in Rome, and at (Ixl'ord.
Lost And Found Box Is A Treasure Chest;
Contents Furnish Complete College Outfit
The lost and found box lias beconn "lie sneaker, or one slocking.
i veritable treasure chest. The contents,
I'lic men also have llicir share in tbiiccordnig lo Hi,, guardians would furnish
swelling enterprise. Hells and notebook-,
myotic wilh ihe necessities for a trip
vie
with each other for the biggest spa.,.
lll
.v where with a c pletc oiillil „f
Jewelry is not lacking, either. Al
'li.llii - phis niiinev.
P'e fill a handsome rhinesloiie bracelet
There are fifteen or twenty pocket- is the reigning queen of the household,
""•ks "live and leu" as well as the ex- although class rings and trinkets are also
'cnsive kind which have not found plentiful.
ivviiers, and "oiutrarywi.se" the "live-and\ diary, however, is holding the place
eu" poeketbooks contain Ihe ten dollar
"I iiilcresi iu ihe magic chest. It pmb
"IL. while the more pretentious speci- ''hl.v will be there forever- .someone is
men- have a lew cents, and a door key. wise.
•oiiniatn |,eus vie with the rainbow ii:
Hut where are the owners?
Appar
"lor, both inside and oulside.
There cully State College students a r e well-tore pencils oi all types, tabids, and notedo mill have no need for ten dollar bills,
"oks galore. Iu |,-u-i ,,„,, „ | j g | l ( tJiIiil<
note-books, glasses, pens, rings or com"•c ( o op had been transferred lo the pacts. 11 lb,, unclaimed stream of proplost and found box,
erly keeps on Ik,wing in the lost and
The women's wearing apparel depart- loiind department mav be able to finance
ment oi ibis chest seems to have Cindei
the proposed residence hull by holding
-"ils o,,ly-tl„e s , „„ C gfaVe,,^ o r ^ r u m r n ^ a l e s
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, EEIHUJARV I t , 1927
REV. SWAN SPEAKS
ON ANCIENT CREEDS
VARSITIES ARE VICTORS
OVER GRADUATE TEAMS
CALENDAR
Today
-1.0!) I'. M. Chemistry
Kooiii 250,
Completely outclassed, the Stale College alumni team, was defeated ;)fi to °
nasium
Saturday
Captain
evening.
Nephew
Dr.
Tomorrow
Lincoln's llirihdav No classes,
7:M) I'. M. Gym Frolic—Clyil'viiasiuiu,
W e d n e s d a y , February 16
7:3(1 I1. M. I»r. I'tirdy's Address
- Aiidiloriuui,
7:M) I', M. Classical Club l.anli I'll S l i d e s - Room ,30J,
T h u r s d a y , February 17
a.'IS I'. Mi Midwinter C o n e c r l - Aiidiloriuin,
Friday, February 18
8:.id I1. ,\l. Basketball vs, St.
M iehael's (iyiiinasiliiu.
ay the Mien's Varsity in the College g y m -
Pan-Paclflc Question
Subject
Of Discussion At Supper
Of Y. W . C. A.
LIFE MAY OR MAY NOT
CHANGE,PAINTER SAYS
Club
and his teammates
hrtd things nearly their own w a y during
die entire game but the varsity centers
T h e Rev, H u r r y .1. S w a n , assistant
were unable In gel the j u m p on fiainor,
pastor o f tlio I ' o i i i ' i l i Prcshylcriah church,
will eoiilltitto his lectures (in n i i u i v i i l I'e- the alumni pivot man, and captain of I w o
ligioiis he f o r e the* I'ullage V . \ V . C . A . years aeo.
T h u r s d a y , February <M, and M a r c h , i , nl
Only in the lasl quarter did the ahinnii
7:2i) o'clock,
l i e save the first lecture
score from the field when in a sudden
nl' the scries last night,
hurst of speed t'llssavanl broke, loose and
lite members held a picnic supper last dropped t h r o u g h t w o held goals, T h e
n k h l b e f o r e the lecture. T h e y discussed a l u m n i ' s other punis were made from
the I'au-I'acilie question ai the request ol the foul line.
the Council of Christian associations.
C a p t a i n N e p h e w was high scorer o f
T h e organization's decision will be sent
the iMiue with four held .goals and a
to the council chairman to help f o r m a
f m i l point i n bis cfed.t,
kuczyiiski and
program fur a Pacific conference next
t a n - each scored f o u r limes f r o m the
" M a s c u l i n e predominance in the family
summer.
ileld, l , ' i " , i \ ant led tin- a l u m n i w i l h liv e ire'e is merely fictitious. T h e lather i
Vesper services will be held in ihe
piinls.
mt, and never w i l l he again he ihe head
rotunda, Sunday afternoon, I ' c h r u n r v JO,
In ,i p r e l i m i n a r y game the senior g i r l s '
by Y . \ Y . ( ' . A . I n celebrate an inter
if Ihe family." \h\ I ' n i e a R, l,raves,
team defeated the women's a l u m n a e , ,H)
n a t i o n a l day o f p r a v c r ,
p r o f e s s o r o f social science at Hostoii
T h e V. \ Y . ( . A . social service work
uuiv ers ly declared in a lecture al I ban
cr« vv ill i ive i p irly I lutr-.d i v I i L i r i s
ccllor's
ball S n t t l f d a j
night.
Severa
LION EXCHANGES
of the Industrial eiuh.
A l t e r a sleigh
MEN'S PREDOMINANCE
FICTION, GRAVES SAYS
ride, the girls will be served dinner, and
will then attend the mid-winter concert
in the auditorium.
RESUME
SWIMMING
S w ' m n i i n g classes were resumed T u c
day at hath ,i after the t w o week-.' i l i c iiuiiuiaii e d u r i n g e x a m i n a l ions.
S t a l l I.ion has exchanged v. ilh evet
ilber collcgiale h u m o r p u b l i c a t i o n s , ac
•ordiug in I'e:'. b'lanagan, '_.'", the edilot
College
H u m o r , the Rensselaer
I'olj
lechn e In-litlile I'tip, I'clill Stale h'rotli
Georgia C r a c k e r , Colgate H a u l e r , Yali
K e i o r d , and I 'oluiuhia lester a r e m i t i n
^ c h a n g e list,
,lii(|eiils
in the home economics
meal heard
inner
he Ii Id the audi,nee,
life
will
viiitii>n tl life
nil
"but
Marriage con
is different
n u u as a re
ei nditioiis
i tut- centers
"Education Is Most Vital Service Rendered
In Democracy/' President Says In New Booh
(Continued
vv e l,ill
Iml
I.u -li'irl
we inihl
,i
i u d h idii.il
liliT.illv
I In p i n l ' e s - i ii. il star
entire
l.nih
above
achiev emeiil
I'rnli
w i l l grow
f r o m Page O n e )
teachers,
lis o u r g a / e
H i g h sel
m i •I-.
,• .11, ••(•.
i i i n would lilt the
I ' r u l e s.n
the level
mi)
in n i i r
vv i l h I be • m n i e l i o i l
«\
p.isl
profession
thai edn
i i.luinlii.i
liilni.
Mr
I I . kiliiHev,
cat inn C the urn i \ ilal s e n ice rendered
when
lie Mieceeded
in a deiuiK i ;n >, and vv i l h il w ill come a
lie
re idiurss
111-
iiblig.iis.n..
l i e is the ideal teacher w h o
received
in.in
Middli
.1 dnetor
president
Teacher,
I.
i n philosuphv
iiiiiii
I
velrppl,
forms of life
I lovvever,
[lull
lime
to
i llir.
"Il
i- ciiinmoiily
conceded
that
DANKER
most
ife has undergone some kind of descent
ir
dfveaipiucni
frniii
early
ancestors.
Florist
As yel we have only hypnlhclieal k n o w l edge of the nature of the development;
ve II l i e n i po alive
"We
have
fairly
Greenhouses find
proof.
good
evidence
7-1-1 Central Ave,
a great degree of change," con
tinned I Ir, I'niuliT.
•ver,
been
able
- eei'iaiii significant
definitely
Tl:
iiM
\
lends
life has cliaii :eil a m i
ha- not."
WILL
MEET
re vv ill lie a meeting of M e n m a h
Wedue day in k V i t n I', al -I o'clock,
literary
Albany, N. V.
to
There
evidence that
-I.inr
MENORAH
-10 iiitd 42 Maiden Land
" \ \ c have i m l , how
to learn
•, bat species o f life this is line.
mil.'
me 'liin,
is being planned, a r
n l 11 . i . M i l d r e d
\ . I'awel, '27, presi
WINTER SPORT GOODS
Sweaters
Hiking Breeches
Riding Habits
Towers college slickers
C. H. GILLEN'S
Next t o Post Office
EXCLUSIVE
r, marl
PRINTING
ARMY-NAVY-CAMP
If you see ONE
You'll Know It's n
in u h i , h , 1 K
aim and e s l e n i ..I lln
eric- o l
LEONE
e, i n , . I n follow
Broken
do
I'".,isili.iiiipiuii. M a - , ; i n s t r u c t o r in Greek,
al \ \ ille.sli I I
at 18 Steuben St,
Whether it's a Shingle Bob
A Swirl Bob or
A Peacock Bob
We Specialize in Hot Oil Scalp and
Hair Treatment
Two (2) Expert Marccllcrs Always in
lines
336 CENTRAL AVE.
in
selliiiiarv.
meet all his resp,iiisibilitie- I " society Sab colic e ; principal o f the Gloversm Ihe
villi
High
school;
principal
and in his profession."
Charles I'., ( b a d s e y . edilor o f lb. Cell- I S, beiieeladi
H i g h sehuol, and -a,pen,
liirv h'.ducaliou series, says i n bis i n t r o ' lendeiii , . i c l i , , | i ;.| Schenecladv
fl
d u e l i m i thai " I ' r e - i d e n l
I'.riihaelier. in p u l i l i c i t i u - include Li'iiliacher and Snv
Ibis volume, has allellipted a ilispai.sii.il j ,,,.•. . . , M , s ,
, ,,. , . ' , . '
' '
Nursery
ibal
certain low forms of life have persisted
without
Vet-
John Gilbert stars in the p r o d u c t i o n
iml Renee A t h r e e , Ihe b'rench actress,
akei tlie featured pari o f Melisandc,
have deis yel
by the pen of Captain
Slalli'igs, the well-ktiowii
\\ imbed, bead
Sale in
.1 l i n ek
well, and w l m C eager t o
mals and other
e n i l i . a l i m i lia
rlunilv "
h'l.irence
i i , ,•. iiiir.p'luclor.v
o f bachelor o l
in, nl
the work
an.I n|
Professor
with
'si and joiirn ilist,
tists may unearih facts thai may furnish
.lelinile proof showing exaelly bow ani-
e l n . in hardslu'p and denial I.I -, I i
hiMir.v
a l ihe Capitol
and Wednesday,
eran o f the A . K. I''., playwright, u ivel*
ev obit ion," he declared, "some (lay, scien-
respon-ilulitv
la a e e i i l l i r v .
I'elui'e inspired
Laurence
"Sei, nee has only hypothetical proof of
S a l , in IX»r, and the degree
anee ot his work, in h C o w n power t o
in the imporl
V . M . C, A . al the l i a r -
Millie,
l i e h a - been bead o f the depart
whole he.irledly
,,i
lb
Central
since l ' M . \
William
lb.- i l e u m
"l
I'JDJ
believe,
"In
parental
ave i h
has been
llruh.ieber
I ,|le e I MI
o u r profes.sioiial
i\ i»it 1
he presented
die
u i n v e i ' M t y , ami
collem
M.I'I
in i i cngiii/e
Teach
id l b , ehildreii, as i n
t'm in i- days, and ihe ulhi r eon , imi-lv
'•"
I ; liilin S llriibacher,
ar
life
will
Monday, Tuesday
mantis I'leeeker library Tuesday night,
o f today
I'llere are now two I) pes ,,l l.uilil)
which
ulll of its N'ew Y o r k success, is Ihe first
lb,
change.
o f Ihe social
professor o f
his series o f lec-
King Y'idor
for M e t r o - G n l d w y n - M a y e r and
louring company and orchestra as a re-
i ' h o w that
life will uevei
S, Fainter,
H i g Parade," which
made
tures on evolution under the auspices of
D r . Graves.
" T h e s l r u r i u r e o f familv
change."
depart
George
philosophy, completed
"BIO PARADE" COMING
"The
Phone West 2037
FEAREY\S
Footwear
Attendance
WE DELIVER THE GOODS
For Appointment, Call Main 7034
Bernie s Drug Store
EVERY
, u
really iiispiraliounl pre-en
'' "
"v "
in,' . a i i ' . l u-e I w i i i e l y m s r e o m l a r ,
tat o n o f the practices p e r t a i n i n g I n the
teaching profession.
. . . H e h a - re- ehi n l s ; " k ' n g l i s l i ( ) r , i l a n d W r i t t e n '
ml article- in various educational am
alized through his o w n long experience i n
the irainin ; o f teachers the l a r g e number
lhcr ina-a 'inr •.
o f p i t f a l l - in the path o f the teacher a n d
describes these as well a- ilu- oilier
diliicilllie- ill the Win ol tin successful
PATRONIZE T H E
career- in a h e l p f u l w a s . "
I )r, l l r u b a c h e r aekuovv ledges i n a pre
lace I n - oblieali m I.. 1'i'ofes-or ( i e o i v e
M.
I'orbe-.
o i l\'o, lie-ler
university.
We Clean and Dye all kinds of Ladies' and Men's
I l l h e r a c k i i o u l e d g i n , i n - a r e I n ( iranv die
Wearing Apparel
II. Jeffers, ,'i-si-l.inl
superintendent m
sclpII Is al Sell, necl.idv ; I 'r. I ,avv renee 811 MADISON AVENUE
Phone West
I I . Sail Hen llerg, p r i n c i p a l o f ihe Xevv
I ' a h / N'ormal - c h o „ l ; l ' r o f , — o r M m M .
S a v l e - , director o f practice teaching al
Stale College and prim ipal o f die M i l n e
"We Understand Eyes "
TEACHER
Should Visit the Home of
are priced at
ate a l t h o u g h
Phone W. 144
.65 and $4.85
Albany, N. Y.
At Your Service
Auu*rirmt CU»attsi*ris mtft Hyiu*a
Call
A
YELLOW CAB
MAIN
For
prompt
444
service
L.A.BOOKHIEM
RELIABLE MEATS
and FRESH KILLED
POULTRY
Special Attention
ID Hin'uritij
West 1837
273
A R T I S T I C PLEATING
& STITCHING CO.
We Do
Hemstitching, All Kinds of Pleating, Buttonholes, Rhinestones,
Hand Embroidery
EYEGLASSES
OPTOMETRIST
Boulevard
Madison Ave. at Quail St.
50 N . Pearl St. Albany, N.Y.
OPTICIAN
This company e x t e n d s an especially
cordial invitation to those engaged
in educational work. O u r plant is
uiic of the most modern and comph'te in Ihi' country—a truly model
dairy of unicpie interest to you personally as well as professionally.
Boulevard Dairy Co., Inc.
231 Third St., Albany
58 Columbia St.
Cor. No. Pearl St.
Telephone West 1314
Albany, N. Y.
"The Sunlight Dairy"
NEW YORK STATE NATIONAL BANK
(JJ) STATIC
STREET
SAVARD & COLBURN
A L B A N Y , N. Y.
53 STATE STREET
Albany, N. Y.
KIMMEY'S
Kleen-Maid
Holsum
RELIABLE
CLOTHING
- Hats and Furnishings
(Uvea
Huunes
846 Madison Ave.
Cor. Ontario St.
BREAD
For
men and
Young men
W e rent Tuxedos and dress
suits for any occasion
STATE COLLEGE KEWS,
SCHENECTADY HIRES
THREE COLLEGE MEN
No Prospect Of Campus Fence
Until New Buildings Are Built
EEBBUARY J I, 1927
ATTEND BOARD MEETING
POSTPONE NEWS CLUB
Miss Anna Randolph Keim, assistant
SLEIGHRIDE TWO WEEKSprofessor of home economics, and Alius
T h e College c a m p u s has no immediate; prospects of possessing it
fence, according to an a n n o u n c e ment of President A, R, liruhaeher,
" W h e n the new buildings a r c
completed, a fence m a y lie erected, 1 '
he explained, but until then the nuttier will be dropped.
Last year a suggestion was m a d e
thai the College erect an iron o r
brick fence about the. campus, and
that
graduating
classes
present
memorial gales.
mm
The News club sleigh ride, wliich was Florence P.. Winehell, professor of home
16 have been held tonight, has been post- economics, will attend the federal board
poned f o r t w o w e e k s
by a vole meeting of the Vocational F.ducfition soof the club mem- ciety at the annual North Atlantic rePease, Halght And Delehanty
Next Mon., Tues. and Wed.
bers, according to gional conference, February 1-1-17 in
Are Teaching In Junior
Thelnia I.. Hrezce,
liroiixville.
Matinee Daily
High School
club p re s i d e n I.
" T h e purpose of the conference is to
The postponement
discuss
the
problems
of
teacher
training
Kent Pease, ' 2 7 ; S, Miles Halgltl, '26,
is due lo (he fact- ill home economics and oilier vocational
and William .I. Deleliatily, '2d, h a v e
thai (his is sor- s u b j e c t s " Miss Keim said.
assumed
teaching
ority rush
week
duties in llic Scheand many of the
nectady j u n i o iclub
in e in b e r s
high school syswould be unable lo
tem, lo which they
go on the ride.
ohlaiiicd
appoint*
Committees will
mciit from A, J,
The STATK 'CONUSOR NKWS may send
llleel
this
weel;
Stoddard, Scliciiecme or two exhibits to the annual conWilli Miss Hrezce.
Alpha chapter of Phi Delta national
iiicly
superintenvention of the Columbia Scholastic Press
Thclmn lirozoe
lo complete final
of
public .oi'ority conducted its annual midwinter
dent
association March II and 12 al New
uir.-heon at the Hampton hotel Saturday arrangements.
schools.
York city. The NKWS will be entered in
S A p r ; in:/
The committee In charge
ifternoon.
the association's annual c mtcsl to de'
J O H N Gil.HI RT
I'case completed oinpriscd Muriel. Huckbeu, and Kdna
termine
the
best
teachers
college
and
norFROSH MEET TODAY
the
requirements Jibuti, two alumnae members. Mrs.
mal school paper in the country.
K l N l f AIKJRM
for his haclielor's •'letcher (iorham Tufts of PriarclilT
The freshman class will hold a spccifi
Unusual features In the publications of
Kent I'enso
degree ill arts here Tumi- was loaslnu'slress and introduced
everal
prominent
teachers
collcecs,
normeeting
this
morning
at
II
o'clock
ii
this
term, and lie speakers.
mal schools, and high schools will be e x Eves: 5 0 c , $1,10 and $1.65
Delehanty and Halght were graduated
They were Miss Coribel I'age of De- room 250.
hibited ai the convention, The exhibits
last June.
Delehanty had been doing losit. Miss Nina II. Handy, president of
Mat. 50c„ 75c. and $1,10
will comprise charts. The displays will
graduate work here.
he active chapter in Stale College; Miss
be mi cards 11 by 28 inches.
Pease is a reporter on the S t ATI? Col
•'.lliel llislaud and Miss Louise (ielbriek
and
LEGE N K W S ,
.f New York city, and Professor C. A.
had contributed to
A'oodard, head of the biology departthe Quarterly. 1 le
464 Washington Avo.
neut,
lias taught nightAlpha chapter was organized ill New
school and Ameri3 D o o r s A b o v e High S c h o o l
v'ork State College for Teachers in
IIOMB OF FILM CLASSICS
canization classes,
\pril, 192,1, Since that time it has iudoing pioneer \votU
COLLEGE SHOE S T O R E
•orporiiieil and taken in four sister diapin the formation of
ers.
C. H. BUCKLEY, Owner
curricula
in the
Overshoe", Rubbers of All Kind*
The luncheon was followed by a mcctlatter. Since SepMens'
Kids
and
Wome'is'
Rubbers
ug of the alumnae and active chapter
All Next Week
Ml Next Week
he has
tember
nenibers In the sorority house, f>5° HudSneaks F,.r Gymrasium
taught sophomore
apcl junior EngW E G U A R A N T E E ALL O U R
with
lish at the Albany
with
S h i r l e y Mason
REPAIRS A N D G O O D S
High school, where
M i e s lluiuhl
also he organized
Alice T e r r y
M journalism rlass. l i e is a member of
with
T
h
a
t
c
o
m
e
s
s
o
o
f
t
e
n
In
the
Kappa Delta Kim fraternity.
NOW PLAYING
(iuo. Walsh
e v e n i n g after .study can be s o
Ilaiglit was president of his class last
Marion D a v l e s
year, n member of Myskanin and promisatisfactorily alleviated hy a
NOW PLAYINQ
nent In dramatics. Delehanty has been
in
little bite to eat, that it will pay
" S W E E T ROS1E O ' G K A D Y '
prominent in history department affair
91 STATE STREET
" T H E R E D MILL"
y o u t o drop around and pay us
"OBEY T H E L A W '
a visit, and let us h e l p y o u .
r/Yt
PHI DELTA CONDUCTS
MIDWINTER LUNCHEON
NEWS EXHIBITS MAY
BE SENT TO CONTEST
BIG
LELAND
CLINTON
SQUARE
J. BAKBAGALLO
LxciA'srvii prcTUJtm
'SIN CARGO"
'THE MAGICIAN"
THAT LITTLE GNAWING FEELING
THE KICKOFF"
GUST AVE LOREY
COUNTY FAIR WILL BE
FEATURED BY SOCIETY
High Grade Delicatessen
and Lunch
811A Madison Ave., Between Quail
and Ontario Sts,
State College students will have the
opportunity to share with Alice the joys
of a journey through Wonderland Saturday evening, February 19, at 8 o'clock:
The lower corridor of the science building will be trans formed Into a modern
fair ground by members of the Joseph
Henry society. The demonstrations displayed "will far surpass those of a
county fair," committee members dc
clare,
PHOTOGRAPHER OF 1927
Oloffee
Exclusive Haberdasher
849 Madison Ave.
merchandise in a b i g variety.
Phone Main 6280
133 North Pearl Street
A g e n t s For McCall Pattern*
Also For
Elite Patterns
PHARMACY
Prescriptons Our Business
CANDY
• We are agent) for A (olio, Pari anil Tilfard, Whitman's, Oiirand'i, I.owney'i Chocolate
TelephoneWest 1959 and 3951
Prompt a t t e n t i o n g i v e n t o phone and mail o r d e r s . D e l i v e r y e v e r y w h e r e
Gor. Western and N. Lake Aves.
caters to men only.
Albany, N. Y
fact.
Specials
Shoes
Slippers
Shirts
Neckwear
Slickers
Sweaters
CRAIG P. BALLAGH
S U P E R I O R D R Y C L E A N E R S A N D FANCY D Y E R S
851 Madison Ave,
Phone West 5975
SUPERIOR
llloclel College Stop
Albany, N . Y.
IN CLEANING
IN DYEING
IN PRESSING
H i g h Grade, Dry Cleaning, Fancy Dyeing, in Ladies and Gents Apparels
of All Description is Our Specialty
STEUBEN STREET
Corner J a m e s
Ph-ne M d n 3775
-3463
Choice Meat*, Poultry
a n it I'eijrttilile.i
S/jeeiul
School
Attention
To
Organizations
J. W. WEYKICH
BARBER
299 ONTARIO ST.
» * »
Special attention to college students
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
Students and Croups
will
at the State
be given special
Mills Art Press
College
for
Teachers
attention
394-396 Broadway Main 2287
Printers of State College New3
$1,250,000
Was spent in Albany by State College
Students last year.
Did you spend your share wisely?
Satisfaction and Promptness is Our Motto
Work Called For and Delivered
Clolhtt that are Distinctive bat nut Expensive
•HO*
A
call will convince you of this
80 82 North Pearl Street, Cor. Columbia St.
THECOLLEGE
\\ lien you arc in tin's vicinity
the next time drop in this shop
that
HEWITT'S SILK SHOP
'%
Telephone West 3 4 6 2
art*
331 CENTRAL AVENUE
We arc handling advertised
PALLADINO
*•
Flowers"
Klein Market
Albany, N. Y.
We cut original bob for every type
At
12 Master Barbers
6 Beauty Culturists
"Dependable
8 4 5 Madison A v e .
DRUGS and PHARMACEUTIC*
"PERSONALITY BOBS'
Matinees 15c
We Telegraph Flawm
loallP
Of (he World
BALLAGHS
Business Lunches dOc-SOc
I linners 50c-65c
Sunday Chicken Dinner $1.00
Ifannainis Bleccker Hall Building
Nights
Jfumjft $L <5rau?s
PEDAGOGUE
It will be possible to visit the North
Pole and in the Cave of Darkness there
will he nothing visible except myriads
of gleaming human jaws. X-ray pictures will be taken.
Tickets may be obtained from Constance Haiuuaii, advertising chairman,
or Iviuli Ellis, general chairman.
A Reliable Place T o B u y
Reliable S i l k s
And Woolens
Matinees 15c-20c
Nights 25C
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
Business Department
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