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N E W Y O R K S T A T E COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
VOL,
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N o . 21
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SEVEN TIMES
WAR ON DUST AND STATE,
WINNER, WILL PLAY
DIRT BEGINS TODAY HERE AGAIN TONIGHT
Dr. Brubacher To Lead Parade
Of Committee Through
College
Thursday
TO GIVE STUNTS
TODAY
Locker R o o m s T o B e
Inspected
At Noon First 3 Days
Next
Week
With Presidenl A. R. Brubacher as
cnHimaiidt'i"-fn-chicf, die campus commission will open ils campaign against dust
aurl dirt with stunts in both assemblies
today.
Kathleen Doughty, '28, will
direct [be stunts,
Thursday noon l)r, lirtibachcr will
head a parade of members of die campus
commission ami their assisting committees. The student body may join the
parade, according lo Mildred \ . Wilson,
'17, director of the commission,
Lockers will be inspected Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, from 11:15 lo
12:15 o'clock.
Numbers of (he lockers which do not
pass infection will be posted .a, the
bulletin
b u l l e t i n hoard.
h o a r d . Miss
M i s s Wilson
W i l s o n said'.
s.-oil
The cafeteria and the study hall in
the scien -e building will also be inspected.
Bertha Zajau, '27, president of the student association, is adviser of the campaign.
The committees a r e : mail box, Sara
II. liarkley, '17, commissioner; Thelnia
lirtvee, '17; A, Reginald Dixon, '17;
tioiilcna Bills, 'jft; Autnony kuczyuskl,
'28;
Li uise Malhewson, '2'); loseph
llcrncy, '2<); Shirley Wood, '.50; Fred
Crumb, '.10,
I'm' second band book ads commissioner, Mary McCaffrey, '29; Dorothy
Wickwire, '27, typist, and Kathryu Mul-
Winooski Park, Vt., in the College gymnasimn at 8:15 o'clock tonight.
Las! season. Stale easily deleatcd the
New
Euglandcrs,
confident
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tr ,.VtV.,,.i.... 42-29,
i ) )n and
.....' is
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of repeating tonight. Captain Nephew
and Ins teammates should meet with little
difficulty in adding another game to their
record,
bully rested after their New
fork trip, the squad was scut through
a light workout on the College court
Tuesday by Coach Rutherford Baker.
Wednesday afternoon the srptad played
a practice game with the .Albany High
school live and yesterday the lime was
spcnl in foul shooting.
Stale missed
many chances lo score in ils game with
Si. Stephen's due in weakness from the
foul line
Liisl night the Si. Michael college five
Il is c r i m i n a l w h e n il keeps a m o n g ils s t a t u t e s Ibis r u l e w h i c h
will s t e a l from <X00 college w o m e n t h e i r rigid lo e n j o y t h e social
a n d c u l t u r a l a d v a n t a g e s which il g r e e d i l y h o l d s t o itself by e x o r c i s e
of a p o w e r w h i c h ils postilion h a s g i v e n it, a p o w e r il s h o u l d u s e
for g o o d , ncit for its o w n m e a n e n d s .
"We
.
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don't
ward
In p r o l o n g
the a r g u m e n t "
on it.
Of course,
w a n t to p r o l o n g t h e a r g u m e n t .
m e n I p r e s u p p o s e - t w o sides,
T h e i r is n o a r g u m e n t ,
Inler-ororih
A n d s o , n a t u r a l l y , il " d o c s n ' i waul
il w a u l s is lhal llie \ ' i u s slop
al least
iiiilil nishiutj
Whit
is are)
\l'hr
O n J a n u a r y 2 1 , llie \ ' i w s c a r r i e d a stoi'V of t h e new r u l i n g a n d
an e d i t o r i a l u r g i n g lhal " I n l e r s o r o r i l y C o u n c i l Oiighl to R e p e a l l i \ew
Ruling.'
' hi J a n t i a n 2M, the presidetil of I n l e r s o r o r i l y
Council
said lhal " d i a l s l a l e i u e n l m a d e b\ die e d i t o r plainly s h o w s dial lie
d o e s nol t i r t d e r s l a n d
die s i t u a t i o n . "
A m u r e iletailed
r e b u t t a l of
t h e . N e w s ' c h a r g e s « as p r o m i s e d \<>Y d i e u eel> follow ing. T h i s n . \ e r
n i a l e r i a l i / . e d . a n d l u t c i ' s o r o r i u h a s n e v e r a t t e m p t e d lo point o u t j u - l
where
the
l b ' editor
failed
in iiiidei'slitnd
the situation,
Xi-:\\s p u b l i s h e d a n e d i t o r i a l a s k i n g ,
L'p a C a s t e S y s t e m M e r e ; "
N K W S edil'orialb
possibly b "
A l s o mi J Miliary _'N.
"Shall
Inter.sororh
Last
issued " A C h a l l e n g e In I n l e r . i o m r i h
prove the N K W S ' C h a r g e s . "
Sel
I n l e r s o r o r i l y h a s not a t l e m p l e d in lell
w h y it s h o u l d d o so o r In p r o v e dial il is n n | d o i n g so,
lli"
week
in Dis-
.Vol b e i n g a b l e In d i s p r o v e d i e c h a r g e s ,
Inlersororily has ignored die challenge.
T h e u s u a l p r o c e d u r e of those w h o h a v e a n u n t e n a b l e, , side in ,a
d i s p u t e is to t r y In shifl d i e anr cguuomi ec n ti lin
o m o r e ft a v o r a b )l ee grouiK
g r o u n d,
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" c o n f u s e t h e p u b l i c a s in the real q u e s t i o n * al issue a n d t o d o d g e
t h e real q u e s t i o n s a s m u c h as possible, T o p r e v e n t the a d o p t i o n of
t h e s e t a c t i c s by I n l e r s o r o r i t y now lhal t h e c o u n c i l is v i r t u a l l y
forced
i n t o s o m e s o r t of a n s w e r , t h e N K W S , f o r llie t h i r d or f o u r t h
r e p e a t s its p o s i t i o n .
MISS MYERS IS MISS
MALCOLM'S SUBSTITUTE
lime,
T h e a r g u m e n t is lhal llie new r u l i n g m a k e s ii
i m p o s s i b l e for m o r e llian o n e s o r o r i t y , on t h e a v e r a g e , l o b e c o m e a
f"LET ALL GIRLS IN
SORORITIES":PIERCE
["Students Should B e Allowed
Sorority S o c i a l Life,"
Dean Declares
PRAISES WORK OF G. A. A.
Says Organizations
Must Be
J u s t i f i e d In E x i s t e n c e
By S e r v i c e
Dean Anna E, fierce yesterday issued
a statement supporting the N E W S position opposing the Inlersororily council's
new ruling which limits the number of
sororities clieible lo probation to (wo
every five years, "The NEWS is very
ibly handling the discussion." she said.
"Sororities are legitimate social organizations, bin steps si Id he taken to
see thai all students have this much
needed social life," I lean Pierce declared,
"I h a i r no objection lo the number of
social organizations there are in the
College, if llie) serve the individual student."
"Th ise lhal answer a demand may live,
bill II the) fa I io serve this demand,
they si PI die, 1 believe that interest
in special departments or subjects gives
rise to clubs, which sin mid not be social
organizations. This does not mean these
chilis should not stimulate interest in
others, by presentation of various phases
of their Interests,"
Danger of over work by club officers
was stressed In Miss Pierce.
"When
these clubs must be manned by the same
officers, thus overloading individuals, and
not giving all a free chance, the club
is a failure," she declared,
"I believe (he (Iirls Athletic association to be the most important social
group we have, and I believe il should
develop leadership superior in thai which
die sororities develop."
Religious organizations .should present
(he liner side of college contacts, according to Miss Pierce.
"I should be glad to see some such
system as exists in die various women's
colli' es here in the East.
"The ii'in-sorority college, with per
..ission fur die student lo belong lo one,
ir a limited number nf social groups
lhal represent her interests, seems lo be
the prevailing system in mail) colleges,
although some have made a success of
die sorority system," Dean Pierce c \ -
p r o b a t i o n a r y m e m b e r of I n t e r s n r o r i l y c o u n c i l m o r e often t h a n e v e r y
t w o a n d o n e - h a l f y e a r s ; l h a l ibis will slow u p the d e v e l o p m e n t n f
r e c o g n i z e d s o r o r i t i e s so m u c h lhal ( m i t h e b a s i s nf t w e n t y - l i v e g i r l s
lo a s o r o r i t y ) by a c t u a l c o m p u l a t i o n only 2 0 0 m o r e of t h e Slid n o n
s o r o r i t y w o m e n c a n b e c o m e r e c o g n i z e d s o r o r i t y m e m b e r s in d i e n e x t
livcnly
FINANCE BOARD TO
SLASH ALL BUDGET
FUNDS 7 PER CENT
tKLDnmtN lu A a/m*i
voice.
lo p r o l o n g llie a r g u m e n t . "
Ihen I n l e r s o i n r i i v won't mind m u c h w h a t is said a b o u t it,
GIRLS ON BASKETBALL
TEAMS DINE MARCH 2
1929 WILL CHALLENGE
An argu
c o u n c i l k n o w s il b u s in
Ctiise il caiinol find j u s l w h e r e lhal o c c u r r e d ,
s
further
I n l e r s o r o r i t y c o u n c i l d o e s nut
a n s w e r t o llie s l u d c n l p r u i c - i in w h i c h llie X i w s h a s g i v e n
male. I aptain Nephew will jump ccittci
llerne.\ will play at left guard with
either Klein or (iolT al right. < iolT has
fully recovered from his recent illness
and is in lop form again.
In a preliminary the men's freshman
five will play W'atcrvlict High School.
lie finance h o a r d luis MI,..,..,.,.-,.,!
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the
finance board has announced. On
mdversh'v
the basis of a budget of $12,8118, this will
Miss
Myers has (aught English and
mean a tola! cut of $8%.50.
French in Tennessee and Pennsylvania
The men's basketball, the infirmary
high schools and was head of the French
fund, the STATU COI.I.KOK NKWS, the Girls
department in the Eastern Kentucky
Athletic association and the Music asso- Stale Normal School and Teachers Colciation will lose the largest amounts.
lege.
The cut is necessary, members of the
board said, because some taxes remain
yet unpaid, because some of those who
paid have lell College and have asked
refunds, and because die original budget
of $12,808 was based on too large an
VDKQUMKN
7 Y 1 A CIAJ/"1
estimate of the College enrollment. StuMyskania has announced that (he
dents who have entered College this sophomore class has been granted persemester should pay a half lax of $5.50, mission to challenge the freshmen to an
the board announced.
inlerclass sing. The sing will be Ijeld
The cut in the tax Ibis year is con- in a weekly assembly. The sophomores
siderably less than that made last year. | were first in issuing a challenge.
The amounts that the organizations
will lose follow : Music association, $70;
TO E X H I B I T P O R T R A I T
NKWS, $203; Quarterly, $ 6 3 ; Dramatic
and Art association, $59.50; Mjskania,
The portrait of Dean Anna E. Pierce
ubasketball,
asK ,ira
ua
$22.75;
men's
$105;
men's
painted 'V
by Havid
David C.
C, Liihgiiw,
l.ilhgow, will
will be
h
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i * '• * « i " ] ? » " I"«"t™
baseball, $,2.50; men's minor sports, $14; exhibiled all next week at the Women's
athletic contingency, $14; secretarial club, 725 Madis,,,, avenue, near South
fund, $14; infirmary, $154; (iirls All,- Lake avenue. The portrait is a gift of I
letic association, $84.
the senior class to llie College.
reason
w i t h w h i c h il h a s tried to keep i l - rule h i d d e n a n d to p r e v e n t
public comment
....
Cafeteria commissioner is Mary Mc>
Caffrey; eommissiriners for die women's
locker rooms a r e : Kathleen Doughty,
'28; Lucy I lager, '.It); Elva locbuniseii,
'17; Katheriue Saxloii, '28; Alice Bingham, '1'); Belly Harris, Ml).
Seicnc.' building study ball commissioner is Jeanette W'aldbillig, '28. Her
assistants a r e : Mildred Wahrman, '28;
Marian Sloane, ' 2 ° ; Marleena Slawson,
Mil.
Wallace Sirevell. '29, has charge of the
men's lueker room. His assistants a r c :
Clinton Wallwork, '1'); b'.dmund Koblentz, '1'); Arvicl Burke. '28, and Harold
t'rounse, '28.
Lost and found conmiissioners are
Margaret I'ahst, '17, and Hazel WilMiss Nancy Bourne Myers has been
liams, '30. Poster banging commissioner
is Anne Stafford, '!'>; commission ar- appointed to serve during the rest of the
tist. Esther Water. Mil; commission College .war a- a substitute for Miss
typist, Dorothy Wickwire. '17.
Maude Malcolm, instructor in French.
Mi-s Myers has recently ret,trued from
a year's resilience study at the d i v e r sity nf Toulouse, France. She has also
bad graduate Work at the L'niversity of
Besaueoii, France. She was graduated
with an A. It. degree from llerca colBudgets of all groups supported by the !,.„,., a n l | | i a s received her master's detudeut tax will he cut seven per cent, , , r i T ,>,,„, Teacher's college, Columbia
is t h e o n l y
w h i c h t h e c o u n c i l h a s given, officially o r unofficially, f o r llie s e c r e c y
played the Pharmacy college on the
Y. M. ('. A. conn, The visiiiug team
lias a well balanced coinbinatioii and is
fast an.I accurate on ils passes.
Coach linker will Marl C U T al right
f or \vard with Kuczvnski as his running
Members of the girls' basketball teams
mil their friends will have their annual
liiiner Tuesday evening, March 2, in the
cafeteria.
Mary Neville, '17, is in
charge.
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Mis- I. Lsahellc lobnston, instructor
in physical educaii
will announce the
u the diintei
names of the women's basketball varsity
A slum will be presented. Favors and
place cards will be souvenirs.
ipieen, '!'>.
C o n v i c t e d - - - AN EDITORIAL
C o n v i c t e d by its o w n silence, I n l e r s o r o r i l y c o u n c i l t o d a y s t a n d s
in t h e u n e n v i a b l e position of a g r o u p , m i s t a k e n in ils a c t i o n , wroticj
in its r e f u s a l e v e n lo atteuipl to j u s t i f y t h a t m i s t a k e , a n d c r i m i n a l
in ils r e f u s a l l o u n d o (be h a r m il lias b e g u n .
T h e c o u n c i l w a s m i s t a k e n by v\x-vy s t a n d a r d , e x c e p t thai of
s e l f i s h n e s s , w h e n il a d o p t e d a r u l i n g t h a t will S t a g n a t e llie g r o w t h
o ( - , u , v v s o r f „ - j i j , . s al S t a t e College.
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'• I S vvipng w h e n il a s s u m e s an a l t i t u d e ol i n f a l l i b i l i t y a n d r e fuses e v e n lo t r y lo j u s t i f y ils r u l i n g .
With seven straight wins to theii
credit, the men's varsity basketball team
will meet the St. Michael's five from
.
I s , 1927
years;
l h a l t h e effect of this m u s t be to cheat m a n y s t u d e n t s
of t h e a d v a n t a g e s o f s o r o r i t y m e m b e r s h i p ; lhal even m o r e will lie
cheated
that
when
( h e e n r o l l m e n t g r o w s with m o r e College building.-.;
inlersororily
c o u n c i l k n o w s ibis but will d o unfiling a b o u t ii
b e c a u s e il f e a r s d i a l m o r e s o r o r i t i e s will b r i n g both a d d i t i o n a l c o m p e t i t i o n for those' a l r e a d y in t h e council a n d a lessening in t h e t o u t e d
" e x c l i i s i v e n c s s " of b e l o n g i n g in a s u r o r i t v .
P o t ' s d i e N K W S m e a n that " e v e r y girl s h o u l d be in a s o r o r i t y ? "
Of
course
not.
X'ni every
girl
wants
in.
Xol every
girl c a n .
W h a t t h e N T u s d o e s m e a n is dial m o r e llian 2 0 0 of die 1,000 g i r l s
h a v e a r i g h t t o be in s o r o r i t i e s , if they
want
to be.
As the Xi.ws
h a s said b e f o r e , d i e c o u n c i l is justified in g u a r d i n g a g a i n s t t h e inr o a d s of " f l y - b y - n i g h t " g r o u p s .
Hut it c a n d o lhal
by k e e p i n g e a c h p e t i t i o n e r on p r o b a t i o n live y e a r s .
' ' i a ' °"^'
a lhinl
' l V ( ' t ; i n ' I C " n ("'"balion in each live w a r s , it m e a n s
„ Tmi)i
will
be t i m e
approaches
dial
must wajl u,n u . ars lha( a [)0SS;1)k, lifth mus, wail
fifteen y e a r s .
it
satisfactorily
W h e n il s a y s
W h e n half t h e g i r l s in C o l l e g e b e l o n g in s o r o r i t i e s ,
lo c o n s i d e r
impossibility.
making
When
entrance
only one-lifth
so difficult
that
t h e college
it
MEN'S TROUPE WILL
PRESENT MINSTREL
SHOW ON APRIL 29
A men's minstrel troupe has been
formed ami will present ils first show
I'rid.i) evening, April l'>, in the auditorium.
The members also hope In
secure out of (own engagements.
Committees will meet Tuesday evening
in complete die organization nf the
troupe.
\l the suggestion of President
\. I\. Hrubacher only students with
passing scholastic standings will be eligible In membership.
Profits made by the minstrels may be
apnlie I in the men's athletic fund.
William (i. Kennedy, assistant profesor at chemistry, will he the director and
I'. b'rederick II. Candlyu, instructor in
music will he music director.
The committees a r e : name, organization, and date, Robert I. Shillinglaw, '2 n ,
chairman; Arvid Burke ' 2 8 ; Randolph
D. Spra-ue, '1'K Music, Clinton Wallwork. 'I'K chairman; Davis L. Similes,
'28; Ceorge v\. Taylor, MO. Costumes,
Harold t'rounse, '28, chairman; Richard
\. Jensen, '28; Fred W. Crumb. '30.
girls
b e l o n g , as at p r e s e n t , it is w r o n g to d o this,
T h e s e a r e d i e a c c u s a t i o n s dial t h e X i : w s h a s t h r o w n in t h e face
of I n l e r s o r o r i l y c o u n c i l for a p e r i o d of a m o n t h . C a n a n y o n e !>•
v
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lieve
t hl a, tu nif Ut h
e ccoouunncci li l nail
h a d even
even t thhee t thhi innnneesst t t thhr reeaadd of
of aai r- guumme enni t
il w o u lid, i .n. o
l a d v a n c e ••
it •lo cotuite,-.,-. i u . « '
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these serious c h a r g e s : T h e
u l st
,l,s
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^ " v i e l e d by itself of a n u n j u s t , selfish a n d s h o r t S i g h t e d act-
SORORITIES TO PLEDGE
UPON RETURN OF BIDS
All sorority bids were sent out Wednesday night. Freshmen received them
yesterday afternoon. Answers to these
bids will be received by the sororities
before next Wednesday, February 23,
Then sororities will pledge,
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FEBRUARY 18, 1927
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L O U I S E D. G U N N , '27
J U N I O R ASSOCIATE EDITORS
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R U T H FLANAGAN, ' 2 8
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R U T H G. MOORE, ' 2 8
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ROSE DRANSKY, '29
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Letters will be pub-
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NEWS
welcomes
the honest
expression
of
student
BYRON'S P A S S I O N S IN "NEMESIS";
"SILK COQUETTE" SOCIETY NOVEL
Miss Perine Describes Music In Parisian
Church, "Rapture Of Triumphant Harmony"
I!y Michael Monahan, 278 pp. $.3. New Y o r k :
Nemesis.
Frank-Maurice.
"Truth is always strange-—stranger than fiction," wrote
Lord Byron, the story of whose strangest, wildest, longhidden passion, makes the I'iecc tie resistance of this new
book. Such other subjects as " T h e Loves of Shelley;"
"A Sealed Paper in the British Museum;" "Oscar Wilde:
the Rehabilitation;
fhe Lesbians;" "F.lbcrl Hubbard,"
etc., a r e written about in a style that is itself a treasure
in charm, in vigorous and tnistalccl thought. The flavor of
Michael Monfihaii's own unique personality runs through
the volume; those qualities of wit, humor and poetic fancy
which his name connotes a r c there. Monahan's style is
his own, and it is mental refreshment,
fi was thrilling j u s t to be a pari of
it! T o h e a r t h e h u m of foreign voices,
to watch (he quiet g a t h e r i n g of the
people, for they c o m e into these old
c h u r c h e s a s if ( h e y w e r e glad to be
h o m e again.
A n d so m a n y came,
hoys with their s w c c t - h c a r l s , who
found t h e friendly s h a d o w s a happy
place for their love-making, and families with their little children, until the
mass of h u m a n forms Piled every
available space, fading into the deep
recesses of the nave, overflowing into
the aisles a n d clustering like dark foliage a r o u n d t h e massive pillars.
The Sill; Coquette.
By Edwin Bateman Morris. 33G pp.
Philadelphia:
Peon.
In a mild sort of way " T h e Silk Coquette" entertains,
but beyond that not much can be said for it. It is the story
of a man whom unusual circumstances throw into closer
contact with a regulation "society pet." the daughter of a
politician. The girl, Diane Markha.n. is to be married to
a man of her own wealth and social position, and the hook
is the story of the battle between the (wo men and I he
forces they typify.
Some or the situations are unique;
there is humor which is often real and the story i< well
put together.
The Ed»c of Eternity.
Bv Aida Rodman DeMilt. .LIS
pp. New York: Reader Publications.
This is a romance of travel and adventure in southern
Europe and in America. The author has been able to
build up a thrilling story without sacrificing the feeling
that belongs to every one who enjoys travel accounts. It
is her nVsl excursion, so far as we know, from the realm
of tales strictly of travel into the field of fiction. The
unconventional hero is sent by an adventure which he
didn't desire over .1 stormy way through perils in the glaciers of the Swiss Alps. Put romance has n- way in llnend, and he wins his reward.
2 1 ui
XV
Ilv M e h m
P . Lev
Matrix.
York:
Seltzer
" M a t r i x " :- ,1 I
k L e t t e r it c--ii. t•;>!-• n t l u v in e x e c u t i o n ; it m a p s ..!i! for I ' - e l t t b i v . r v b n . , i d t h i i m ••( a ' l i e
f r o m b i r t h t h r o u g h y o u n g m a n b o i , . ! ; it t i l l , t i n , -t .ry, . a i d
t e l l s it w e l l , but t h e r e is a l w a v s t h e s u i i i t e - t ' - n ••! p o w e r
not e n t i r e l y a d e q u a t e f o r w h a t it a t t e m p t s .
1 In- - l . e v v ' first b o o k , h o w e v e r , a n d t h e r e i- .1 p p u i v - e • ! " . r e a t e r
t h i n g s in it. It h a s a s t r o n g tinwe of a i i ' o h ' o y r . q i h y alh.nl
it. a n d t h e best p o r t i o n s a r e t h - - e w h e r e l i e - •- m o s t p r o nounced.
T h e n o v e l is m«>re t h a n t h e u s u a l •<.<!,d'e - t o r i
of a b o v ' s r e v o h a u a i t t s t c o n v e n t i o n e d u c a t i o n .
I l.t w r i ' i i r .
sparkles.
opinion, even when it differs entirely from its own viewpoint; frequently, indeed, the N E W S takes especial care to
make certain that those whom it knows object to its views
THE
—,
are aware that they a r e welcome to use the paper's columns to give their side of the argument.
But the N E W S
cannot print material to which the writer will not sign his
or her name.
WHERE CREDIT IS DUE
The record of the men's varsity basketball team, which
has won seven consecutive games, gives pleasure to the College,
students
difficult
and faculty
alike.
With
a
as it lias always played, the team
schedule as
has won its
games both at home and out of town and is far ahead of
its opponents in scoring,
bringing
loach
Baker and his men are
fresh athletic laurels to the College and their
work deserves commendation and support.
VANDALISM
Get behind the campus commissioners whose miniature
" a r m y " will organize today.
Support their efforts.
are trying to clean up the College.
as much as for themselves.
They
Their work is for you
And while the College is being
cleaned up, plan to keep it cleaned.
Let the campaign
c a r r y over the rest of the year.
It will not he enough to
have it last only a week or two.
Neither will it he enough
if it concerns only clean halls and locker rooms
concern also care for College property.
Jt should
Too many desks
are being ruined, too many chairs are being wrecked by
carelessness and by something that approaches vandalism.
This sort of rough-house tactics should stop.
GET INTO THE OPEN
Cramming time for examinations is over, a breathing
space has arrived, and an opportunity to get out into the
open has come. T h e period of late winter often taxes the
bodily endurance most, and exercise in the fresh air is
needed to counteract the enforced imprisonment in stuffy
classrooms during the week. The opportunity offered by
the Girls Athletic association comes therefore at an auspicious lime. T h e association has obtained the Use of a
camp for week-end parties from the Girl Scouts. T h e
camp is ideally equipped for the housing of groups of
young women over the week-end and is conveniently
reached from Albany, Several groups of College students
have already enjoyed its privileges this winter. Those who
have not, have a treat in store for them.
STUDENT
FORUM
.•
THE INTERSORORITY QUESTION
Hr.vi< liDiruRI
In tlie issue of tile Xgwj ,,( J a n u a r y J l , you !i;m railed thir t e e n ! ruling nf Intersoriirity council i-iiiiccrniug a limited probation
group "r. short s i d l e d ,'ittt-mi I in keep up ,. prcteasp .-t < <, hi-iv,-.
Hess." We wish in thank the editor f-.r the ct>mpllnie»i ei admitting thai Inters..rily c.-iineil is n . i a . i v
VY, !.., ! ...inriirne.,
doubted it.
The authors uf the various i i r t k h s which have n|i|« ared in tlie
XEVVS since that date seem to think that tie- puip,.of Intersorority Council is i» fcolsli r up new sororities who have not a- y ,-t
cut their teeth and emerged with adequate backgroitn i and ideals.
These authors do not foresee that if a ue» « n
y gr ip i, formed
whose members are prominent in earopu, aciiviins I n i . t j o r o r i i y
council would be glad in have her in th.-ir midst and ».,uM arrange
no doubt for her p-oliation period,
Th • N n , • lUi-lr says
lint vvbv theoriiv on this matter further?
that the dillicnllv in this ruling will come "with the o u r . as,- ,,, enrollment which is to roine with the new C . l l g e Uiildi-.cJ." At the
present moment only th- foundations are laid r . r i!n-« Imildimrs.
Why should Intcrsorority council at ibis carlv date provide for the
formation of new sororities who will !>.- eonivlied i . wait until
the new College buildings are er, tied foi their m> inber«. K. T
UKAR
K. T . :
To take ui» your points in your own order of arrangem nt. Y >i
quote us as saying editorially thai lutersororily's rule is "a shortsighted attempt to keep up a pretense of es.cluwvi-n.-s," and v o l
thank us for the compliment in "admitting that Int. r-. .rority council is e x c l u s i v e What we said. Iiuwevtr, was "t.. l-.-t-p up the
pretense of an e.tclusiventss, Hstlf lanjtly
i'm,wi'mo . . " which is
iiuiic another meaning, isn't it?
Vou also say that "if a new s. rority group i, formed whose
ni-mlK-rs a r e prominent in campus ncticiti.s. hm-r-ororiiv c . n i h i l
would be glad to have her in th.ir midst and would arrange no
doubt for her probation period."
I low could Inters..rity do that
without violating its own new rule, which does not provide for anv
exceptions to itself?
Inlersorority air, ady bv it* n i l . , as ii is. is
attempting to set up a caste system.
Ii it i- going to make VAC, p
lions it will only add to the confusion.
Von further ipiole the NEWS a.- saving thai the difiicully in this
ruling will conn- "with the increase in . u r o l l m . i i which is I..
come with the new College buildings." a n d von g., ,„i i . say that
"at Ihe present moment only the foundations are laid for these
buildings" a n d you continue thai " w h y should lot i-..r..i itv c o n
cil at Ibis early dan- provide for tin- f.umatiou of n.-w -or.oiiics
who will be compelled to wail mini the new College buildings arterected for their members."
Korgive '.- for saying s„. Ion what
nonsense: What the XKWS said was 'Tltii a rule which limits the
number who can even enter probation •'.< unfair, c e v . >',,ll\- in view
of the increase in enrolluicnl to come with ill- new C L Y e c build
ings." Certainly, lhal is n..l saving ihal "ilie dilii.uliv will c o n e
with the increase of cnrolbm n t . " Unit • plamlv. ii mi a n - lhal ihe
difticullv will increase with the iiiereas. in eiirolline-it
Won stale
mem thai " n e w sororities who woll'ti he cniiipelb I I- wail until
the new College buildings a r e .-reeled for their n u m b e i v "
Do v o l
mean thai a new surorilv cnuldn'i find ivvnly members worthy
of ii iii the eight or nine hundred gills who a r e now MI ...Il.-ge and
who are m l sorority members?—KotToit.
TEN YEARS AGO AT STATE COLLEGE
From the files of the News for Feb. 14, 1917
"The Stale College basketball team scored .1 22 to 21
victory over the Rensselaer Polytechnic Instilute live in the
Albany High School gymnasium Saturday evening in a
game admitted by local paper- to have I1e.11 one ,,f the
greatest contests staged in Albany in years."
"At the last meeting of the Industrial Organization ihe
members had the pleasure of hearinu Miss Perine deliver
an illustrated lecture on Design as Applied to Industrial
Arts."
_0—
"The newly established Newman Club met la.il Friday
afternoon for the purpose of organization."
ft w a s a joy fo s e e t h e busy altar
boys, in their white robes, slipping
s leully in and out a m o n g (he tall
candles, lighting first o n e and then
a n o t h e r from (heir long slender tapers,
until the whole altar was trans-formed
into a g o r g e o u s jewel wilh a thousand
g l e a m i n g fascels, each g l o w i n g with
a living flame,
1 A n d (hen. (hat low organ note! Al
Courtesy Albany Evening' News
first il scented as if t h e church itself
had been singing all the lime, and I
had
only just become conscious of il.
liv M i s s EUNICR A. PICKINU
For a few wonderful inintiles, this
Instructor in Hne Arts
old-world musician played his own
PARIS
" S y m p h o n i c r o n i a i n c " and "Pastorale,
L'hr'stmas in Paris began for tuc, grand o r g u e " then " F r a g m e n t s de
011 T h u r s d a y evening, D e c e m b e r 24, at I'Oraiorio, 'Noel'."
S o m e t i m e s the music w a s so low
11:45 when t h e magnificent organ in
the church of Snint-Sulpice sounded that il was like sensing rather than
the lirst low chord of the music of the hearing the sound, a n d then it would
rise and swell echoing t h r o u g h the
midnight serv ice.
Lite organist of this line old Rcnais lolly a r c h e s . Hooding through the
.-ance church is the wonderful and be- great spaces and gathering us all into
loved composer, Charles M. Widor, the rapture of its t r i u m p h a n t harmonv,
thai with iis final strains told (lie
who h a - played here for more than "old.
old story. '
forty .veais and is now a wry old m a n .
As o n e person lhal vast
unpaiiy
We had been sitting, in full view of came in its feet!
tin high altar for over t w o hours,
It was midnight
\ n d I'm
vv.i ting for this exciting m o m e n t , but 1 space all was silent, Mien, slow!)
not an instant had been without inter- and rhythmically -the statelv serv ice
began.
DEAN PIERCE WILL GO
TO TEXAS CONVENTION
COLLEGE BRIEFS
I'van \1111a K Pierce will atlend ihe
Dorothy
laylor Waimb, '25, vice
president of Umicroti Nit, is acting presi- annual meeting of the National . W o
dent in the absence of Mildred Graves, ciation of the Dean- of Women in
'27. president. M i s , Craves is studying Dallas, Texas, nc.xi week-end. The con
11 the Merrill-Palmer institute in Dcfercuee will open Wednesday.
Mis- Pierce is a member of the execu
live committee, and is treasurer ,,1 |h,
Y. W . C. A. E n t e r t a i n s
The Y. \ \ . C. A. entertained the in- association.
dustrial girls of the Albany Y. W, C. A.
last evening,
After a sleigh ride, the
-:ii'P attended the Mid-winter concert in
the auditorium.
N E W S CLASSES
START
The New.-,' classes in headline u riling
tnd copv reading eonducled by W illiam
M. French, '2'J, met ibis week for the
first lime.
Benjam.'n, '26, Studies Medicine
Margaret Benjamin, '2(i, member of
Myskania last year, is taking a preThe headline class will nicel in id,,in
medical course in the L'niversity of Indiana. She was a member of ihe Xi.vvs IhS M ualays at 12:15 o'clock and ihe
board in 1 'ollege, and was prominent in •oi.v reading class in room III Tin- d.v. ,
Y. \ \ . C. A. affairs.
al ,1 o'clock.
Clarke E x p l a i n s C a t h o d e Rays
Cathode ray- were explained to ( hemistry 1 lub Friday by William J. ( larke,
TO GIVE BRIDGE PARTY
Canterbury club's bridge parly will he
A paper mi atomic hvdi'ogcu llanies was lomorrovv al two o'clocl al St. Autlrevv 's
read bv Genevieve Cole, '*). t hemi.stry parish house. Mary Judith Langdou, '2.S,
in o l d e n t i m e s w a s d e s c r i b e d bv M i l d r e d
is general chairman.
L. W'ahrman, '28.
Tickets cost twenty-fiye cents for t idle-te sludents and fifty ecu!- for olhers.
N e w m a n Club D a n c e
The annual dance of the Newman club
alumni will In- tomorrow niglu from
>> until 12 o'clock at ihe Knights of
Columbus ball. Any students 111.1v at-
ELECT DELEGATES
Iv'uth Lehman, '2S. and Kthel Orfall,
'28. w ill represeui Ihe Lutheran club ,il
ihe North Atlantic regional conference
T e a c h e r s M a y Reserve Books
of the Ltilherau Sludenl association oi
Miss Marv Llizabeth Cobb, librarian,
requests all practice teachers in Milne America, this week-end al L'psala e,.l
High school 1,, please notify her before lege, l-asl Orange, X. I.
making assignments so that hooks may
be put mi reserve.
C o m m e r c e Club to Meet
Commerce club will have a special
meeting Thursday at 11:45 o'clock, to
decide- on the club's annual dinner.
PESTALOZZI, EDUCATOR,
DIED ONE CENTURY AGO
One hundred
lleur.v
years ago yestcrdav
Pcstalo//i.
An
Dalian
died
by
race
Daniels D i r e c t s P r o g r a m
w h o speiil h i s l i f e in S w i t z e r l a n d , h e b e Mathematics club met yesterday at 4
o'clock in room 2(11. Gertrude Daniels, l o n g s n o w t o t h e t e a c h e r s o f t h e w o r l d ,
w h o form o n e g r e a t I'ratcrnily, says the
'27. had charge of the program.
I hiisiian
WILL NOT ANNOUNCE
NUMBER OF FAILURES
In accordance wilh his regular custom
I 'can William II. Mel/ler will make no
ai
uiiccmcnl of the number of students
which hits left college because of failure
in the first semester work, he announced
yesterday.
Science
outstanding
Monitor.
figures
in
Anion-
tin-
m o d e r n e d u c a t i o n , a p l a c e of h o n o r
he
made
llcrbart
for
and
l'cs!alo//i
Froebel.
hold
experiments,
most
pari
in s e e m i n g
with
series
ended
failure,
of
inu-i
Kotisscaii,
|ly a
which
lb.
historv
of
lor the
he won a
hearing for fundamentals in education
which have entered into the common in
heritance of all teachers,
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FEIUUJARY 18. 1927
ON WAY TO CHINA
NEWS EDITOR ASKED SHUS
EXPECTING HAPPINESS
TO CONDUCT MEETING
R. P. I. Asks For Basketball Game;
State To Play Dartmouth Dec. 17
VALENTINE GYM FROLIC
FIND DETROIT SCHOOL
LIFE IS "WONDERFUL"
Valentines featured the G i r l s A t h l e t i c
association s p r i n g g y m f r o l i c S a t u r d a y
night in the College g y m n a s i u m ,
FreshState College has been asked f o r a
BY DOKOTIIV M. WATTS
man g i r l s w e r e in charge, and chape" L i f e is v e r y d i f f e r e n t , so v e r y clifferbasketball game next season by RensMi's,
Clarence
Shu, formerly K v a
I'oltes were D r . C a r o l i n e Cfoasdale, C o l - eir h e r e , " " H e r e w e a r e , a l l safe a n d
selaer
Polytechnic
institute." T h e
D i e t / , '28i sailed Wednesday f r o m Seattle
lege physician, and p r o f e s s o r o f h y g i e n e ; h a p p y , v e r y happy,
I like everything
T r o y outfit wants to play at T r o y
Miss J , Isabella Johnston', i n s t r u c t o r i n j u s t so m u c h " a n d " I t is w o n d e r f u l , even
Van Kleeck Will Lead Session w i t h her husband oil her w a y to C h i n a .
December 10, a c c o r d i n g t o T h o m a s
physical e d u c a t i o n ; Miss Hazel R n w l e y ,
better
than
w
e
expected,"
a r e excerpts
P.
F
a
l
l
o
n
,
'20,
assistant
manager
o
f
In
a
last
i
n
t
e
r
v
i
e
w
at
the
O
n
i
o
n
staIn National Convention
instructor in p h y s i c s ; and Miss Helen T .
f r o m letters received by P r o f e s s o r H u r the P u r p l e and C o l d . T h e challenge
tion;
M r s . S h u said she w a s v e r y
At Columbia
Fay, manager o f the Co-op,
d l e r K. W i n c h e d , head o f the. home ecois being considered.
State has acfeeling
a n x i o u s t o sail, and a l t h o u g h
T r a c k events and games were on the nomics d e p a r t m e n t , f r o m M a r j o r i e O t t ,
cepted a challenge to play D a r t m o u t h
E d w i n V a n Kleeck, '27, c c l i t o r - i n - c l i i c f somewhat downcast at l e a v i n g , was f u l l
program.
T h e freshmen gave a stunt '27, a n d M i l d r e d C r a v e s , '27, w h o are
here December 17,
which was p e r f o r m e d a l Camp Cogs- c o m p l e t i n g their last semester o f the
o f (lie S T A T R C O I X E O K N f i w s , lias been
T e n years ago December 1(1 Stale
if great expectations f o r the f u t u r e .
well
last
week.
Songs were sting,
S t a l e College home economics course a t
asked I n lead one o f the sectional meet" I d o not t h i n k I shall even be sea- defeated Rensselaer by otic point in a
Puncli, heart shaped cookies, and can- the M e r r i l l - P a l m e r school at D e t r o i t ,
t h r i l l e r at T r o y
ings al (he annual conference o f tlie • i c k , " she declared.
dies were served,
Michigan.
C o l u m b i a Scholastic Press association,
Florence C r a d d o c k , '25, f o r m e r p r c s i Reports o f Chinese conditions are v e r y
" E v e r y t h i n g is so new that i t w o u l d
M a r c h I I and 12, al ' ( n l t i i n h i a u n i v e r s i t y ,
letil
o
f
th,G
i
r
l
s
'
A
t
h
l
e
t
i
c
association;
n
a t u r a l l y he i n t e r e s t i n g , hut we feel sure
much e x a g g e r a t e d , M r . and M r s . S h u
D o r o t h y H o y t , '25, and D o r o t h e a Dietz, that the interest w i l l not wear o f f w i t h
New Y o r k city.
oelieve, and n e i t h e r expressed a n y fear
'25, were present.
the newness," they w r o t e , l i o l h students
V a n K l e e c k this week received the r e if m e e t i n g t r o u b l e in S h a n g h a i .
ire t a k i n g courses in mental g r o w t h and
qtiesl f r o m Joseph M . M u r p h y , secretary
A
feature
o
f
the
"
J
o
u
r
n
e
y
t
h
r
o
u
g
h
GIRLS TO LEAVE FOR CAMP development, educational methods f o r
B o t h deny that they have unusual
o f t h e association and editor ( i f the
W
o
n
d
e
r
l
a
n
d
"
to
be
presented
by
the
Another g r o u p o f College g i r l s w i l l y o u n g c h i l d r e n , physical g r o w t h and d e courage t o have bridged the g u l f o f
Joseph H e n r y society t o m o r r o w ' night
School Press Review, national magazine
i\e t ni i.v f o r C a m p C o g s w e l l In pass v e l o p m e n t , and e n v i r o n m e n t a l factors o f
Cast and West.
M r s , S h u , in l e a v i n g
w i l l be a f a c u l t y stunt.
I he star o l be week-end.
D r . C a r o l i n e Croasdale c h i l d l i f e . " D r . Vincent gave the w o r k
devoted I n the interests o f student newsner o l d l i f e f o r a t o t a l l y new one among the cast w i l l be Dr. C a r l c l o t i K. Power,
ollegc physician, w i l l be cbaperoue
in m e n t a l g r o w t h y e s t e r d a y , " they w r o t e ,
paper w o r k e r s .
V a n Kleeck w i l l cona strange people, feels confident o f being s u p p o r t e d by Miss Hazel A . R o w l e y an,,
T h e C i r l , ' A t h l e t i c association w i l l "she b r o u g h t i n so many t h i n g s that we
duel the teachers college and n o r m a l
Miss
M
a
r
g
a
r
e
t
P
e
t
/
.
ip >n-or six o r seven more o f the Week had talked o v e r in the c h i l d care class
nappy in ( hina.
school r o u n d table session t o be conT h e entire science b u i l d i n g w i l l he
w i t h M r s . [-'lemming, hut here at M e r t u r n e d over to an exposition o f modern
ducted al I n o'clock, Saturday m o r n i n g
\ n ilber n u l l n g w i l l be organized next r i l l - P a l m e r they seem more real because
scientific
discoveries.
,\
rays
s,,
power
week,
Miss J , Isabelle loltnstotl i n - we have the c h i l d r e n w i t h w h i c h to
M a r c h I J.
Last year the c o n f e r e n c e
f i l l that the}- penetrate w o o d , t i n , and
ll'iiel i f in physical education w i l l be w i r k ,
was conducted h\ Miss Clara K. f ' . w a l l ,
llcsh, w i l l be demonstrated.
Spectacular cbaperoue,
f a c u l t y a i b isi ,• o f the J u n i o r ( olleife
color and pitiwhcel effects w i l l be oh S k i n :. sliding, and stiinvshoeing w i l l
J o u r n a l , published b y the J u n i o r T e a c h bOr the first t i m e since in her senior l a i n c d by means o f ultra \ inlet rays. I l y be especially good ibis week, according
a c o m b i n a t i o n o f dilTerenl lights, the 'o tin- coiiim'ttec i i i charge,
ers C o l l e g e , ( leveland School o f l u l u - year, M.ks A g u e - I ' l i t t i T c r , now iustruc
c o l o r o f an object can be Cntnplelrl}
.or in d r a m a t i c s , p o r t r a y e d " L a d } M a c
cation. C l e v e l a n d , O h i o .
i e : h , " a Shakespearan d r a m a w i l l he p r e - changed.
A l the " N o r t h I ' d , - ' ii w i l l be p.,-.
T h e S i A T I ; ( oi.l KI,I< \'l< w s is t o he en
euled I n the advanced dramatics class
lereil in the Contest to pick t h e best acre.
O m i s e O i i u i i , '27, w i l l direct the -iblc i n si e the characteristics o f a n m
pi-ratine
that is about ,><") below zero
teachers c n l k ' K r and n o r m a l school paper c o u r t r o o m scene f r o m " T h e Merchant o l
fahrenheil.
A l l l n - temperature a piece
in A m e r i c a .
T h e u inner o f the Coiilesl \ ' e n ce' W e i l n e s i k u evening. P o r t i a w i l l
,1 b a l l l b u r g .leak i - a- bard as a stone.
is In lie aiuiounceil .it the general meeting he plaved I n M a r e e l l a Street, '27, w h i l e
In lb.- " I ave o f D a r k n e , " c l i n i c i o|' the c o i n e u t i o l l .
I he \ i w s e x p e r t s Julia Pay. '27, w i l l lake l b . part o l t i n visible except g l e a m i n g law Special Attention (liven
misi r l \ merchant, S l n l o c k ,
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T h e l i r - l P i e r r o t lanta-v to be pre
gate.
T h e p r o g r a m o l tin- c u i n e n l i o n
SPEAKS ON RELIGION
w i l l till both d a y . o l the mei l i i i u . except - c i i i r d Ibis sear I n the advanced d r a
Or Alexander O P u r i L o f I f a r l l o i d
m a n e - d a - - , w i l l In M a t i n a t a , by Law
for a p a r i o l Saturday a f l e r n o o i i .
1
A l l ti a l i c r - c .liver and n o r m a l - d m , , ! r e l i c - La , lief, I n hi directed b\ Sara I I 1'heological seminar} sp,,|<e P. the V. V
p i p c r - are g r o u p e d i n one class. I n the l i a r k l e y , '27. the first week in M a r c h i . \ W e d n e s d a y night in the a u d i t o r i u m
classes f o r - e i i i o r and j u n i o r high school I leal rice V r i g h t , '2N, w i l l play the part T h e subject o f his talk u a - " T h e roll
if r e l i g i o n in e v e r \ d a y l i f e . "
if ( o l u m b i u e .
L i l l i a n P.ckler, '27, w i l l
paper-, sections have been a r r a n g e d f o r
A f t e r a short speech D r . P t i r d y led ;
schools w i t h lar.Lu and small e n r o l l m e n t s , be P i e r r o t and I l a r l e i p l i l l w i l l be played
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K a t h l e e n I l o u g h l y , '2H, |i d the mcetiug
a r r a n g e d f o r m i m e o g r a p h e d , e l e m e n t a r y ye. let-day f o r a I raged} to be directed by
Raid
school, trade and special t e r r i t o r y papers, Knt 11 I o l l n i r n , '27, to be presented the .Nettie O i l h e r l , '27. an.I D o r o t l n
'28, played.
and o t h r paper- that do i m l c o n f o r m to same n i g h t .
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L i - i s o n w h i c h sophomores planning
to attend the sophomore soiree S a t u r d a y ,
M a r c h I 1 ', mav sign, w i l l be posted next
Friday,
O t h e r students m a y attend by s i g n i n g
under a sophomore's name.
Freshmen
w i l l not be a l l o w e d to sign until seniors
and j u n i o r s have bad an o p p o r t u n i t y to
make r e - e n Tliolls.
Ilids w i l l cost three d o l l a r s a couple.
Sophomores n i i i - i p a \ their bids before
signing, accifd-'ng to Robert I S h i l l i n g l a w , treasurer.
'flu- " P i e d P i p e r s " w i l l f u r n i s h music.
I'wo favors w i l l be f u r n i s h e d each couple.
is cleaning up all
short lines
H o w a r d 11, t leaves n a t i o n a l l y k n o w n
as a w i l d a n i m a l l i f e p h o t o g r a p h e r and
l e c t u r e r on b i r d s and a n i m a l - , w i l l give
an i l l u s t r a t e d talk to the B i o l o g y club
next F r ' d a y , at 8 o'clock.
H i s subject
w i l l he " A d v e n t u r e s on the Long's Peak
Trail."
M r . i lea\es has been associated w i t h
the museum o f the Stalen Island I n s t i tute o f A l l - a n d Science-, the N e w Y o r k
State m u s e u m , and the museum o f t h e
San h i e y o Society o f natural h i s t o r y in
California.
l o i r nearly three years he Willard W. Andrews, Pres.
p. Wayland Bailey, Seey
was w i t h the New Y o r k stale Conservation c
mission and f o r a year a n d a
h a l f was state s e e r e t a n o f the W i l d L i f e We nidiive culls fur Inuchem from every atntc in the union mid nin n'Ontiily In: (if aurviuo In Puis,
League n i West V i r g i n i a ,
f o r eight wlio wish tu Much mitt WHO AUK (J.IJAI.IC'I HI) 'I'D 1)1) (1001) WOKK. Kiirly n.^i.-imilon iknirnlili'
years he served as secretary f o r t h e
74 C H A P I L STREET,
ALBANY, N. Y.
A m e r i c a n l l i r d Handing association, in
Correspondence anil Interviews Invited
\ ; • l i s it in;, the in „ T i l i n i i and h i e Inst r v
o f birds.
I le has been a nature guide
f o r b o y , ' and g i r l s ' camps in M a i n e .
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l i e has c o n t r i b u t e d I n many o f t h e
better k n o w n publications, such as t h e
N a t i o n a l O l o g r a p h i c magazine, C o u n t r y
Life
in
\meriea,
Collier's
Weekly,
House and Oardeit, and N a t u r e magazine.
H e is an associate member o f t h e
A m e r i c a n O r n i t h o l o g i s t s ' Onion a n d a
member o f the l.innaeall Society o f New
York
t h e A m e r i c a n Society o f M a m
m a l o g i s t s , a n d Cm,per
Ornithological
club o f C a l i f o r n i a .
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I f a r m a t u i s Bleecker H a l l B u i l d i n g
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
WEEK-END VICTORIES
CREATE NEW RECORD
New Paltz, Brooklyn Polytech,
St. Stephen's Fall Before
State's Onslaught
FEBRUARY 18, 1927
SPEAKER SHOWS LAMPS
Expect 500 Teachers Of Capitol District
The smallest and the largest electric
bulbs in the world were displayed
At State's Annual Conference On March 26light
in both assemblies Friday by Harry C,
CAPITOL-:ALBANY
Approximately five hundred school Delegates will attend groups to discuss While of the Rdison lamp division of
men and women in the secondary schools the junior high school, high school sub- • he General F.lcctric company, The
Mon., Tues. and Wed.
of the Capitol District and adjoining jects, and administrative and supervisory large bulb was 35,000 watt and 125,000
College juniors and seniors
counties are expected to attend the third problems.
Only Matinee Tuesday
will be asked to attend the group meet- candle power. If lighted, it would drive
annual round-table conference called by ings dealing with their major subjects.
I he audience from the auditorium by its:
Washington's Birthday
President A. R. Brubacbcr for Saturday,
A general conference will follow at Intense heat, Mr. White declared.
March 26. The conference meetings will 12:15 o'clock and will be addressed by
Mr. While spoke on the life of Thomas
H. H. KRAZEE'S
an educational leader.
he held in the College.
A. Kdison, whose eightieth birthday was
Luncheon conference will he held at Friday, lie also exhibited a small fatMembers of the slate education deRound
the World Success
partment, Slate College faculty and one o'clock in the College cafeteria. burning lamp used more than a thousand
speakers from Teacher's College, Colum- There will he speakers. Attendance at years ago, and a whale oil lamp.
bia university, will be in charge of the the luncheon will be limited'.
44
Dr. Thomas II, Finegau, State College
meetings, Other speakers may attend
from Vassar, New York university, graduate and formerly assistant slate
Marcels -— Our Specialty
-locbesler and the Lincoln school, New commissioner of education, spoke til the
luncheon last year. Stale Senator WilYork city,
Special Attention
The program will begin at ten o'clock. liam T. Byrne also spoke.
Bv HAjrrr.TbN AcfrRsdw
Winning all three: Raines played on its
New York trip last week, the men's varsity established a new record for.out of
town contests, To date, Slate has won
seven out of eight games played.
New Paltz normal was easily defeated
70-41 on (he normal's court Wednesday
night. State won from Brooklyn PolySpecial Price - 50c.
tech at Brooklyn Friday, 2S-20 and SatWith A Splendid Cast
urday they defeated St. Stephen's at
and a
SENIORS WILL ELECT
Aniic'iudalc, 28-22.
CALENDAR
Today
Gorgeous
;Garden of Girls
'I he game with Brooklyn Poly was
5 AT MEETING TODAY
^entity j&jnp
11:45 A. M. Senior Class Meeting
hard fought and rough throughout.
The
Senior
class
will
elect
the
class
State sprung a surprise to their oppo- —Room B.
POPULAR PRICES
8:15 P. M. Basketball vs. Si, lesialor, poet, historian, prophet and
nents who were all set for an easy win,
9 North Lake Avenue
alumni counsellor today al a meeting in
Michael's—-Gymnasium.
Eves:
$1,10 to $2.75
At half time the Purple and Gold led
Phone West 914-M
Tomorrow
room B at 11:45 o'clock, according to
Mat. Tues, 50c,, to $1,65
10-7.
2:00 P. M. Canterbury Bridge—
Marcella Street, president,
Captain Nephew was high scorer for
St. Andrew's.
Al a meeting Tuesday the class deState with fourteen points to his credit.
8:00 P. M. Joseph Henry Society
Carr scored seven, Goff and Ivuczynski Journey Through Wonderland—Sci- cided lo present the portrait of Dean
each scored one point and Griffin scored
ence Corridor.
Anna K. Pierce to the College, Movingtwo. Carr and Nephew were the only
Sunday, February 20
up day.
Stale players (o score from the floor.
4:00 P. M. V. W. C. A. VespersTIOMF OF FILM CLASSICS
Herney and Klein .also played.
Rotunda,
EXCLUSIVE PICTURES
The game with Si. Stephen's Saturday
PRESENT MUSIC PROGRAM
Wednesday, February 23
night was filled with thrills from start
8:15 P. M. Advanced Dramatics
C. H. B U C K L E Y , Owner
The
mid
winter
concert,
featuring
the
to finish. Slate took the lead when
Play—Auditorium
women''- chorus, the mixed chorus, and
Herney scored on a fold shot and followed with a field goal. The half ended
the college orchestra, was held last evenwith State leading, 11-9.
REV.
SEARLE
TO
SPEAK
ing in the College auditorium. The
St. Stephen's tied the score at the hcgiiuiing of tin: second half, p'roin then BEFORE Y.W.C.A. SUNDAY women's chorus repealed (he musical
numbers sung al the January concert in
ritl tile game was tied four times. \\ iili
The Rev. Robert W. Scarle, pastor of
three minutes to go and the score lied at
I linncellor's hall.
22 the Rectors called time out to talk the Firsl Dutch Reformed church, will
A group oi folk-songs was effective,
things over.
speak ai the Y. W. ('. A. vespers serv- and received long applause from the
State seemed to benefit more, for ice Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the audience.
Nephew got the tip-off and Carr scored
"Sleep, Beauty Bright,'' and "Shadow
twice in rapid succession. Kuc/ynski rotunda, Miss Mary b'raser, of Albany,
March.'' two compositions by T. Frederscored from the field and the game ended will sing.
ick
II. i uiidlui, instructor in music, comwith State ahead, 28-22.
Two faculty advisers to Y. W. C. A.
Herney was scored upon for the first will pour at a lea following. Ruth pleted the program,
time this season in the game with St.
Nights 25c
Matinees 15c
Nights 25c
Matinees 15c-20c
Kmpie, '27, is in charge.
Stephen's.
Can* was high scorer with eleven
G
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S
T
A
V
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L
O
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points. Kuivyiiski scored seven and
PUBLISH GREEK PAPER
Nephew arid llerncy each made live
The Gamma Gazelle, publication of the
points.
91 STATE STREET
Gamma chapter of Kappa Delta Rbo
203 Central A v e n u e ( n e a r R o b i n )
fraternity, will lie published next week.
299-169 IS RECORD
The varsity basketball team, which Il will he distributed to the active and
plays St. Michael's college in the gym- faculty and honorary members and sent
nasium tomorrow night, has out-scored lo the alumni, national officers and other
its opponents thus far this season 299 to chapters.
169, as a result of three out-of-town
The staff comprises: Francis E. GriPHOTOGRAPHER OF 1 9 2 7
Be it a s m a r t s w i r l , a s n a p p y b o y i s h o r a
victories on its New York trip last week. ffin, '28 senior editor; William M.
conservative shingle try our expert Bobbers
State won from New Paltz Normal, French, '29, junior editor; Joseph I''.
70 to -II; from Brooklyn Polytechnic llerncy, '29, business manager.
PEDAGOGUE
STRAND BEAUTY SHOPPE
Institute. 25 to 20, and from St. Stephen's
12 Master Barbers
Phone Main 6280
28 to 22. ft has now won seven of
6 Beauty Culturists
133 North Pearl Street
eight games, having lost its opening game
to famaica Teachers Training School. _
"Dependable Flowers"
J. BARBAOALLO
The record of seven straight wins hWe Telegraph Women to all Parts
464 Washington Ave.
the best the Purple and Gold has had
of every description cleaned and renovated
for years. According to fans, the schedOfthe World
3 Doora Above High School
also
ule which Stale is playing is equally as
High Grade Dry Cleaning and Dyeing of Ladies' and Cents' Garments
.difficult as those of former years.
COLLEGE SHOE STORE
Superior Quality and Better Service
DISCUSS NATIONALITY
Overshoes^ Rubbers of All Kinds
SUPERIOR CLEANERS & DYERS
Phone West597
/ V PLOW&R » H O *
Mens' Keds and Womens' Robbers
"What is Nationality" was the discus851 Madnison Avenue
Work Called For and Delivered
sion topic at the meeting of Menqrah
Sneaks F)r Gymnasium
society Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
in room B. Bertha Pitkin, '29, played
WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR
the piano.
REPAIRS AND GOODS
Mildred Pawel. '27, and Alice Fisher,
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Phono Main 3775
'28, reported on the Menorah convention
Choice Meats, Poultry
Special Attention To
in New York city last semester.
and Vegetables
School Organizations
No, No,
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Reserved
Reserved
COLLEGE CANDY SHOP
TRY OUR TOASTED SANDWICHES
PALLADINO
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STEUBEN STREET
Corner James
EVERY TEACHER
Should Visit the Home of
Boulevard
Milk
This company extends an especially
cordial invitation to those engaged
in educational work. Our plant is
one of the most modern and complete in the country-—a truly model
dairy of unique interest to you personally as well as professionally.
Boulevard Dairy Co., Inc.
231 Third St., Albany
Telephone West 1314
"The Sunlight Dairy"
I
James H. Murray QUALITY
CON F EC TIONERY
We Supply Candy to
The Co-Op, Fresh Daily
96 Madison Ave.
SHOE REPAIRING
84 Robin
Street
One block
from the College
J. COSTANZO
Phone Main 1571-J
PROPRIETOR
Shoe Shining andRepairing
Telephone West 1959 and 3951
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