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NEW YORK STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
Vol.. XI. No. 32
AwiANV, N. Y,, FittD-vv, MAY L3, 1927
10 cents pet1 copy, $3.00 por year
UNION WILL
MUST MAJOR, MINOR Half Of Proceeds Of Cabaret Entertainment COOPER
THREE PRESIDENTIAL
MEET
VARSITY
HERE
To Go For Relief Among Flood Sufferers
TOMORROW AT PARK CANDIDATES REMAIN
TO TEACH SUBJECTS
Half the proceeds of the home economics department's cabaret entertainment of next Thursday night will go for the relief of the suffering
thousands in the flooded regions of the Middle West, Such was the vote
Wednesday of the home economics students. The entire department was
called into a special meeting by Professor Florence E. Winchell, who explained the need of the thousands who have been made homeless by the
greatest recorded flood of the Mississippi. The department has broadcast
an appeal to the entire student body to attend the cabaret and dance, and
to bring as many non-college students as possible. The original plan had
been to have the entire proceeds go to the expenses of convention delegates.
Ruling For Secondary School
Teachers Is Proposed By
State Commissioner
TO
BE
EFFECTIVE
1930
Graduates Would Need 18 Hours
In Professional Courses
For Requirements
Changes
in ilii'
requirement l o r
icaclicrs in tin- secondary schools o( this
slate may be made by (he state <U-p.n i
i i i n i i Hi education, a c c o r d i n g t o an an
iioiincutncMl h) James S u l l i v a n , assistant
cunuiiissiuner for higher ami p r o f e s s i o n a l
education. T h e proposed changes w o u l d
become effective in I 1 ',ill.
They a r c ;
I lie college graduate l i m i t e d e c r l i h e a t e
w ill he discontinued.
No certificate to leach w i l l he issued
mi the basis o l a baccalaureate degree
i i the recipient o | that degree lias not
had in course, or a f t e r receiving the degree, pi'nlc*sional courses a g g r e g a t i n g
at least IK semester hours and c o v e r i n g
in subject m a l t e r the - l a t e syllabus f o r
o r its
college
graduate
certificates,
cipuvali'iii.
In Ihe courses described m the sylla
bus, more emphasis w i l l be p l a c i d on the
practical applications o l p r i n c i p l e s t o
coiicrele educational problem.-' as i b c j
arc I'IIUIHI i n the cliissi'oom.
In ilk' general and special m e t h o d *
courses the students must have a large
number o f hours devoted to o b s e r v a t i o n
and practice leaching in tin- school classr o o m , under Ihe guidance o f a supervisor oi i n s t r u c t o r or ci h i , tern h e i . T h e
required number n | hours o i o b s e r v a t i o n
ami paclice has not been decided upon.
Certificates may be \ a l i d t o teach
only subjects i n those g r o u p s i n w h i c h
the student has m a j o r e d and m i n o i e d
d u r i n g the college course.
T h e details
. i i this phase o i i l u ' plan have not yet
hern w o r k e d out,
Slate College voyagers aboard t h e
S. S. " A C h e e , " w h i c h sails f r o m tltc
g y m n a s i u m f o r H o n o l u l u f o l l o w i n g the
campus events T h u r s d a y n i g h t , w i l l he
greeted as they near the coast o f H a w a i i
by a f u l l I r o p i c a ! m o o n , w h i c h w i l l c r e a t e
i m i d ocean and southern atmosphere.
b'.siher
B e n s o n , '27, c h a i r m a n n f
e n t e i l a i n n i e i i l . has a r r a n g e d f o u r n o v e l
s i i i n i s w h i c h w i l l be g i v e n f o r the en
t e r l a i i i i n e u l of the travelers,
.Miss K u l h M u r r a y , o f A l b a n y , w i l l
g i v e a d a n c e as an a d d e d a l i r a c t i o n ,
L e a h C o h e n , '28. w i l l wive i h e S t a l e
College i n t e r p r e t a t i o n o f lite
"black
b o i i o n i , " ( h a r l o t t e J o n e s , '28, c h a i r -
Ballet, Fencing, Play, Tango To Junior W i l l S u c c e e d Melanie
Grant As President Of
Be Followed By Dance
The Association
In Gymnasium
Spanish
Carnival
a dinner
will
It will
be t o n i g h t a l
be p r e c e d e d b y
m ihe cafeteria
(j;,lil o ' c l o c k .
from
T i c k e t s for the
are ,13c a n d i n u j
•Undent
Carnival
he o b t a i n e d f r o m
tin m l , i r of S p a n i s h c l u b .
Mill e n , e l e c t e d
5:.S0 t o
two
any
The carnival
w e e k s a g o by
the
b u d } . w i l l a p p e a r in t h e ,,>v al
robe*,
.she
ilanls,
hut
has
her
appointed
identity
CONKLIN COMPOSES
A VIOLIN SOLO FOR
CONCERT TOMORROW
announced.
ber*
of ihe
Albanv
" L u l l a b y , " a v i o l i n solo, w r i t t e n by
Mar
K. I ' o i i k l i n , ' - " I . w i l l he a feature
o i ihe M I M C association's concert t o m o r r o w evening al S: 15 o'clock in ihe a u d i t o r , urn, Nettie ( l i l h c r l , '27, w i l l play the
solo, accompanied by the composer.
I lancing in the g y m n a s i u m w i l l f o l l o w
the concert.
pi.iv
adapted
from
I' t i h i l a i n i n e n i
for
her
has
the
alien
in it
been
unccu
emit
prises a b a l l e l by e i g h t b e a u t i f u l
Span
sb g i r l -. a f e n c i n g e x h i b i t i o n by m e m -
presi u t e d
Helen
S
b.\ i h e
fencing
club, a
I ion. (Juixole
e, '_"), m i d
(ieorge
'.ill, a m i c h a r a c t e r dances by
Taylor.
Margaret
M o o r e . '28. K d l i a
W o l f e , '27, a n d
Iv n
Melanie
Craves,
lleriha
'2'K
/.aJan.
and
faculty, a tango by
both
'27.
Live
(Irani
and
kussel L a
O r a n g e is c a p t a i n o f t h e f e n c i n g t e a m .
POTTER IS G.A.A. HEAD,
REPLACING MAAR, '27
Florence
r o l l e r , '_',S, w a s
elected
p r e s i d e n t o i i h e ( o r b s ' A t h l e t i c asso
n a t i o n in the v o t i n g this week, ( i c o r g i a i i n a M a a r . '27, present
president,
announced Wednesday afternoon, foll o w i n g t a b u l a t i o n o f t h e e l e c t i o n returns.
K a t h l e e n D o u g h t y , '28, e l e c t e d la.sl
week a * vice p r e s i d e n t " i t h e V o t i n g
Women's Christian association,
was
elected v i c e - p r e s i d e n t also o l t h e A l h I: III asso; 111 loll
t ar: line S; h i ; l i b
' j o , w a s elected t r e a s u r e r .
Kaihrvn
W e b s t e r , '.ill, was elected c h e e r l e a d e r .
A r e - \ o t c was l a k e i i v e s t e r d a v b e t w e e n
M a r i e l l a v k o , '.ill, a n d F.lcanor Step h e n s o n , '.111, f o r t h e p o s i t i o n o f sec
relary.
CHESS, CHECKER CLUB
NAMES TEAM OF THREE
He
will
present
eight
men i l l the
ex
lohiln.li.
I be e n t e r t a i n m e n t
ihe
auditorium.
ing in the g y m n a s i u m
he
I n Spanish
I lofuibv
w i l l take place i n
Admission
l o danc
afterwards
Carnival
ticket
Kabie's orchestra will
will
only.
furnish
New
York
city
tomorrow
Union
afternoon
ill ihe second baseball game o f
Ihe sea-
son.
T h e game w i l l he played at Iv'idgc-
field
park
Cooper
and
Is scheduled
Union
-oiied nine here,
will
l o start a l
b r i n g a well
Coach
sea-
Rutherford l \ .
I l l i k c r has a heavy h i l l i n g squad lo w o r k
m a n o f a d v e r t i s i n g , has a n n o u n c e d .
w i l l and o n l y a good p i l c h e r can slop
Cecil H a r r i s o n . '28, c h a i r m a n o f de- bis men f r o m filling the bases,
c o r a t i o n s , is n e g o t i a t i n g f o r a gang plank,
S l a t e showed i t s lack -of
practice
and a l l w h o h o a r d the ship w i l l " w a l k MI the opening game against Jamaica in
' h e p l a n k " as an e x t r a t h r i l l .
In place die bad Judgment i n base r u n n i n g , but
o f c h a i r s , cushions w i l l probably he pro
a f t e r II week o f w o r k I'll p l a i n K u c / y n s k i
vided f o r ihe g y m n a s i u m ,
T h e S. S expects that l i s men w i l l play a i r - t i g h t
" \ - e h e e , " being s l i g h t l y am filiated i l l baseball t o m o r r o w .
eoiislruetlou,
will
be i l l u m i n a t e d by
Tuesday
afternoon
Stale w i l l
play
caudle l i g h t ,
A f t e r the lioal docks, ihe I l a n i i l l o i i ' college at .1 o'clock at Ridged o w n t o w n o r c h e s t r a w h i c h has been en- l i e l d ,
gaged w i l l f u r n i s h music for dancing.
H a m i l t o n is the biggest opponent that
T h e r e w i l l he r e f r e s h m e n t * .
Slate w i l l t a r e i b i s year.
A returned
T h e voyage is in charge «o tIn? H o m e name w i l l be placed al C l i n t o n Tuesday,
F.ennoniics club.
T i c k e t s are s e l l i n g M a y 2 1 .
r a p i d l y , M i s s J o n e s said.
I laker expects
t o start the
i oacb
QUEEN APPEARS AT DRAMATIC AND ART
CARNIVAL TONIGHT ELECTS MISS JONES
7:.ili o ' c l o c k ,
S t a l e C o l l e g e w i l l meet Cooper
of
Charlonc
Jones,
'28.
was
on
iibni
l o r n e x t y e a r oi t h e
lie
ami
\ n as-'oeiaf-m
Two Contest Vice-Presidency;
3 Run For Secretary;
Re-Vote Today
SINGLE A S S E M B L Y
TODAY
Will Rehearse For Moving-Up
Day Under Direction Of
Grand Marshal
W i l l i throe candidates s t i l l in the race
for the student association presidency,
ihe student body w i l l re-vole al a single
assembly a l 11:30 o'clock tills m o r n i n g ,
The candidates i n the o r d e r i n w h i c h
ihey were o r i g i n a l l y
nominated, a r c :
Kuril l.ane, Francis K. CirilTui, and C h r i s sie ( t i f i i s , all j u n i o r s .
Florence P o l l e r
and I'idna W o l f e were eliminated In the
vole last F r i d a y ,
Part o f Ibe assembly p r o g r a m w i l l he
given o v e r ,o a rehearsal o f Ihe m o v i n g
up f o r M o v i n g - U p Day n e x t F r i d a y .
nine l i n e - u p as he d i d in die opening
The rehearsal w i l l be in charge o f M a r name.
T h e t w i r l i n g w i l l he d i v i d e d hcu i r e l I'abst, '27, appointed g r a n d m a r s h a l
Iween M i a n and T a y l o r w i t h W h i s t o n
recently by M y s k a n i a .
behind the plate.
' I h e Infield w i l l be
A re-vole between M i l d r e d l.ansley and
Nephew on first, Cril'lin on second, K l e i n
ii short, and C a p t a i n K u c z y n s k i on t h i r d . L.velyu C r a v e s , sophomores, f o r t h e
vice-presidency
o f Ihe association w i l l
o r w i l l atari in . e u l ; Hit Id \\ lib I iv
also be taken.
Hetty Katoii was e l i m i o r and ColT p l a v i n g r i g h t and l e f t .
|
Coach C l y d e k n i s e l o f A l b a n y H i g h nated in last F r i d a y ' s v o t i n g . Caudidales
for
secretary
are
these f r e s h m e n :
Hetty
j chool w i l l u m p i r e (lie games l o i u o r H a r r i s , K a l l i e r i n e W a l k i n s and C r a c e
| r o w and T u e s d a v .
M. Ilrady,
e l e c t e d | SENIORS
Drama
WILL]GIVE
A GATE TO COLLEGE;
Wednesday
bv
I b e D r a m a i i e and A n r o u m u V
BALL ON CLASS DAY
Mis*
Junes
will
succeed
Melanie!
,
, , , , . , .
(
I •_), A g a l e l o be erected al the U a s l n n g (;..
,'. ',
'
. ...
, , ,
ton avenue en,ranee l o ihe campus has
p v e l v u ( o a v e s , 2'». was e l e c l c d sec- ,
, . ,
. . . .
,,
...
,,,,
leeti deckled upon as a g i l l o l Ibe senior
relary.
Marie,,,., Sla.lson,
.ill, w a* , .,. | v s „ , ,, R , , • , „ , . , , , .
| | i | ( | , - ( | . S a r r and
o f Myskania
were
Two
members
elected al last F r i d a y ' s v o t i n g .
A college song leader and a cheer leader were
also elected. T h e i r names are scheduled
in be made public on M o v i n g - U p D a y ,
according to c u s t o m ,
M y s k a n i a announced .it F r k m j Y .,:•
sctnblics thai the president o f the f r e s h man class had been removed f r o m t h a t
office and f r o m the post o f M o v i u g - C p
Day speakers f o r v i o l a t i o n o f a College
t r a d i t i o n , i n e n t e r i n g ibe rotunda by the
front d ',
T h e f r e s h m a n bunt for the sophomore
mascot was declared f o r f e i t e d t o the
sophomores by M y s k a n i a . because a l
leasl ten members o f the freshman class
had violated the same t r a d i t i o n w h i l e
h u n t i n g for the mascot. Several men o f
the student association, and a M y s k a n i a
member discussed the announcements i n
llie j u n i o r - f r e s h m a n assembly.
cho*en Ireasurer.
I i , l i ; l , \ , | . \ i y ; i n . j n charge of the plans,
M a r t i ena S l a w * o n , '.ill, and K a l l i e r i n e j
T h e gale w i l l not he h u i l l u n t i l the
( i r a h a m , MO, have been elected l o I ) r » - j proposed fence l o s u r r o u n d the can,pus
• , ,
,, , , , . , .
, lias been constructed.
The class w i l l
m a n , and A r t con c I, A c a m e d a n ,
,
, .. ,• , .
. . . ,~
also present a p o r t r a i l " I I Jean A n n a L,
II.
preside,,' o l ihe council has an P i e r c e l o the C o l l e g e n e x t F r i d a y . M o v noiinced
T h e y were called to ibe plat
lie I p day.
I'orm i n i b , j u n i o r f r e s h m a n assembh
' l ' 1 " ' " ' ' i ' ' " ' ' ball w i l l he held F r i d a y ,
I- • I
i \ i - , •.. .
i ,,
, i I i i i i r 17. the evening o f class day, i t was
i lie class
I ' l t d a v , and M i * * ( i i a n l p i ed he p u r p e , , . . ,, ' noon,
,•
r . i Had '• planueil
i
1
Nearly
l i l ' l y i'r, -lunen
tried f o
' r ' i l kdecided
meeting
tlie evental a
fo
r M o n d ao
y , f the
Junesenior
2(1, cclass
omp
n s i i ii;old
o i i s iribbons
l i i * year.oi the
.About
a month
ago I \ | , l M , |
an,!
council
on them.
meucemen, n i g h t .
K s l h e r M i l l i e s is in
ihe.v tilled o n ' M i ' e * i i " u n a i r e s concerning
charge o f ibe ball.
llieii
w o r k done f o r ihe c o u n c i l , and
nine picked bv ihe present council were
lake
a picnic S a t u r d a y , A p r i l .3(1.
N e w m a n club c o u n c i l l o r s for next year
f r o m i b i s , nine M i s - Slaw son and Miss
w i l l he elected al a special meeting W e d C r a h . u n were clios,,,.
T h e y w i l l bold
nesday.
ice u n t i l their g r a d u a t i o n , in June.
'28, has been
Patricia
O'Connell,
C o m p l e t e plans f o r M o t h e r ' s W e e k - elected president o f the club for next
,31).
T h e m e m b e r . h i p of i b e c o u n c i l n o w end i n c l u d e i h e S p a n i s h C a r n i v a l I b i s year. O t h e r officers a r e :
vice-president,
i n p r i s e s M i s s M a r y G r a h n , i n s i r u c - e v e n i n g , the ( . . \ . A . t r i p l o I lean's M a r a g r c l l a S m y t h e , ' 2 8 ; secretary. A n n e
l o r in F u g l i s h : s e n i o r , M i s * ( I r a n , a n d M i l l s t o m o r r o w a f t e r n o o n , t h e M u s i c S t a f f o r d , '20; i r e a s u r e r ,
Helen D e l a y ,
I'il a , l o r H a r r i s o n ; j u n i o r s . M i s s J o n e s a s . s o c i a l i o n ' s s p r i n g c o n c e r t i n Ibe a u - '28; reporter Florence Ivoell, '29.
m i l K u l h L a n e ; s o p h o m o r e s , C e r t r u d c d i h a' u n i S a t u r d a y e v e n i n g a n d a vesThe final c o m m u n i o n breakfast o f the
H a i l a n d F v c l y u C r a v e s ; f r e s h m e n , per s , n ice S u n d a y a f t e r n o o n .
year w i l l be Sunday. M a y 22.
Miss
knil,
Seuddcr
will
be t h e A l the las! meeting a m o t i o n was
M a r i e e n a Slaii*on and K a l l i e r i n e ( i r a speaker
at v e s p e r s .
Her
t o p i c is passed l o minuend the c o n s t i t u t i o n o f
" M o , h e r s and
D a u g h t e r s i n I n d i a . " ihe club so thai the president w i l l be
M i s s S e u d d c r is at p r e s e n t o n f u r l o u g h • s - o l i i i ' o delegate to the animal n a t i o n a l
f r o m her m i s s i o n a r y duties in I n d i a . She conference.
\ c c o r d i n g l o ibis r u l i n g ,
is w e l l know u in t i n ( apt I I it I r n l l o r Patricia O ' C o n n e l l
w i l l represent t h e
her m a n y l e c t u r e s o n I n d i a .
Slate College N e w m a n club at the naSpecial music w i l l he p r o v i d e d f o r tional convention lo he held in P i t t s b u r g h
vespers.
'Lea w i l l be s e r v e d .
this summer.
cent.
T h e iucrea«es s u m m a r i z e :
in advert isintj rec.-ipts
425 per c e n t ; i n
adv. er i - i n . : v o l u m e , 1511 per cent ; in
new s \ oh,me. 1118 per e c u ; in c i r c u l a t i o n . J2 per cent ; in cost to student
M i * * M a r y K. Cobb, College l i b r a r i a n ,
body, 18 per cent.
A benefit for the suffering thousha* been elected president o f the capital
Last
year's
business
department
ands, whose homes and lives have
d
i
s
trict
r e g i o n a l catalogue g r o u p f o r
e - l a b l i s h e d w hat was u n t i l then a new
been endangered : by the mighty
next year.
Hood of the Miss ssippi.
r i c o i ' d f o r a d v e r t i s i n g r e c a p ' s , selling,
T h e use the public makes of the catalo and i n c l u d i n g the issue o f M a y 7,
The time—Thursday evening follog
was
presented
f
r
o
m
the
v
i
e
w
p
o
i
n
t
o
f
l')2o
a d v e r t i s i n g w o r t h $.371. T h e
lowing the campus events of Movthe public l i b r a r y bv representatives f r o m
ing-Up day eve.
a m o u n t o f a d v e r t i s i n g sold ibis vear
Albanv and T r o y l i b r a r i e s .
The view,o a r i l i u c l u d i i i ' j Ihe issue o f M a y (>,
The place—The gymnasium,
point o f the college l i b r a r v was presented
I'i27, was .SI 757.
L.very cent o f the
The event—A voyage aboard the
by l i b r a r i a n s f r o m U n i o n college, S k i d i,ii "ease, ihe business manager said,
S. S, "A-Chee" with dancing to
m o r e college and Slate College.
has h e n put d i r e c t l y back' into Ihe
music by a downtown orchestra,
O'CONNELL WILL HOLD
NEWMAN'S PRESIDENCY
MOTHERS WILL VISIT 4
COLLEGE EVENTS HERE
News Advertising Receipts Total 5 J Times
Last Year's; Ad Space Is 21 Times Greater
A d v e r t i s i n g receipts o f ihe S T A T K
Co, i i ,a N'rvv s lo dale this year have
been live and one h a l f limes as great
a* the receipts for the c o r r e s p o n d i n g
peri ,1 las' year, i l was revealed yesterday when Ihe paper's business department announced the totals to and
iiK-lndin ! the issue o f M a y (>.
h u e to increased rales and o t h e r
fact t s. however, the volume o f ariv e r l i s ' n v . or the space devo'ed to a d vertising
is only t w o and one hal f
times as much as last year, ihe figures
T h e checker championship o f Slate
College w i l l be upheld by a lealli o f ihree
men Miidcnls agaiii*l all comers. T h e
leani i s : |o*epb Salmon and
Mcvcr
I Itu'in : the same period ihe a m o u n t
T o b i a s , both senior*, and S e w a r d I lodge,
of news p r i n t e d , by actual measure'28.
ment, lias been t w o and o n e - t w e l f t h
Officer* of the chess and checker club
'inies as great as the c o r r e s p o n d i n g
for nesl year w i l l be i i o m i u a ' e d a l a per o,l las, year,
Circulation
figures
i n e c i i i i g Wednesday evening in K o o i n I i ,
sb iv, an increase o f I w e u t y - t w o per
S a l m o n , the club president, has a n cent.
T h e increase i l l cost l o the
nounced.
•.Indent body has been eighteen per
MISS COBB WILL HEAD
REGION LIBRARY GROUP
paper, part o,' i i p a y i n g a part of cost
o f increasing ,he size o f the pages,
and ihe r e t g o i n g f o r e x l r a editions,
a d d i t i o n a l r e g u l a r editions, six-page
issues and a d d i t i o n a l copies per week.
PEDS DELAYED
B e c a u s e its c o v e r s d i d n o t a r r i v e t h e
P e d a g o g u e w a s not d i s t r i b u t e d
last
night.
I t w i l l be g i v e n o u t l a t e t o d a y ,
or .Saturday, or M o n d a y .
"A-Chee" Will Raise Flood Fund
Thursday Night In The Gymnasium
cabaret stunts, refreshments,
The price—twenty-five cents,
Half the proceeds will go to the
flood sufferers.
Come!
-.-•••:-..• a i j ^
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 18, 1027
State College
News
ESTABLISHED.BY' THE CLASS OK 1918
The Untlernnitliiiitc Newspaper of New York
Stain College for Teachers
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858
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59
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SENIOH
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JUNIOR
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I lii.i.v KAV, '27
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UERTIIA Z A J A N , '27
KATHLEEN D O U O I I T V , '28
R U T H FLANAGAN, '28
MILDRED GAIIEL, '28
R U T H G, MOORE, '28
GERTRUDE URASLOW, '29
IVRWIN
THOMAS
FRANCIS
L,
RUSK DRANSKV, '29
M O L L I S K A U F M A N , '29
MAY K I . I W E N , '29
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IIESSIE I.AI'EDES, '29
LORENA MARCUS, '29
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DOROTHY HANDI.O.I,
I'. FALLON, '29
\i. G R I F F I N , '28
KATUERINE
'27
ANNH IIOLROYD, '28
MILDRED LANSLEY, '29
SAXTON, '28
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The book is written In vivid, forceful English, It will
be widely read, and will doubtless serve its purpose—that
of cement in the Franco/American wall of accord and
union,
—W. M, F.
The Doctor Look's at Love and Life, liy Joseph Collins,
#3.00, 279 pp. New York: Doran.
Not in years have we, read a more vilally interesting
book than "The Doctor Looks at Love and Life," Dr.
Collins combines a rare trio of talents, He is first of till
an expert in bis profession; he is a neurologist who has
made himself an authority, lit addition he is a writer of
unusual fire and spirit, one whose prose is a joy. Topping
both of these, be is a man of rare insight into and sympathy
with human behavior.
With great sanity and frankness, Dr. Collins in litis
book "looks at" the vital forces of life, lie realizes, he
says, that the greatest pilfalls of sex are those of ignorance,
and he explains much that has been misunderstood and misinterpreted.
The subject matter of "part two" of the book admits of
a less objective treatment, but one that is profoundly readable. There is a discussion of adult infantilism, which Dr.
Collins finds illustrated in nations by the United Stales, in
an individual by the late William Jennings Bryan, and in
literature by various examples from (id ion.
Adventures and Confessions. By William Lyon Phelps.
$2.00, 206 pp, New York: Scribner's,
The temptation lo Compare "Adventures and Confessions" with the various volumes of Professor Phelps' "As
I Like It" series (which we admit lo having read between
magazine-—not book-covers) is strong, bill to yield lo il
would, we fear, be unfair to ibis more ambitious undertaking. Professor Phelps indicates the difference between
this and his delightful chats on literature, (he drama and
his multiplying clubs, when he says that the former "is
called 'Adventures and Confessions', because f regard religious faith, when founded on reason, as primarily and
an adventure; and although the word is overworked nowadays, I can think of no other equally accurate, All books
are confessional, this one very much so." No facile subjects has Mr. Phelps chosen for his essays. Death, Life,
Truth, Salvation, Sin, Judgment, Science -and Women, are
his themes. But he has produced from his inagniliccnl
resources of mind and experience a book thai is worth
many a quiet half hour.
1927.
Broadway
Vol. XI, No. ri
"A-CHEE" FUNDS TO AID WORTHY CAUSE
A welcome opportunity has conic to the College
through the generosity of the home economies department, The department has announced thai ii will give
half the proceeds of its entertainment and dance next
Thursday night to the fund for the suffering thousands
in the Mississippi Mood district, The cause is worthy
beyond all measure. The need of those whom the
Father of Waters has robbed of home is almost unbounded. The attendance at the entertainment should
be huge, Stale College has never yel failed in ail appeal
of this kind. Ii will not fall now.
COLLEGE PUBLICATIONS
With the approaching appearance of the 1927 Pedagogue, two of Slate's growing group of publications are
terminating their programs for this year. The 1927
Pedagogue, those who have seen it in preparation agree,
is a credit to its editors, its class and the College, With
very few exceptions, the yearbooks have shown a steady
improvement from year to year, and the new features of
the present book help it continue Ibis trend toward "the
perfect yearbook."
The Lion, newest of the publications group,'has also
ended its year's work, after two numbers that have proved
entertaining and worthwhile. Those who have had (he
burden of guiding the magazine through its most difficult
year deserve general (banks. They have assured the future
of the Lion.
The Quarterly and the NKWS have yet to make more'
appearances this year. The Quarterly has taken a progressive and firm editorial position on College affairs this year
that has demonstrated another phase of its value. Its
issues have been widely read. Comment is inappropriate
here, regarding the NEWS, but the editorial department can
at least possibly express its opinion of the business department's achievements. These have been truly remarkable,
and the department lias, by them, math- financially possible
everything which the other divisions of the paper have
tried to do. Miss Zimmerman and her staff have accomplished and are still accomplishing an achievement in
advertising salesmanship entirely unparalleled among State
College publications. The "editorial end of the XEWS"
takes this occasion to publicly thank the "business end."
The College seems to he supplied with a variety and
quality of publications far beyond what might reasonably
be expected of an institution of this kind.
"FRANCE AND AMERICA"CEMENTS GAP;
DOCTOR LOOKS AT VITAL LIFE FORCES
France and America, liy Andre Tardiett, §3.00. 312 pp.
New Yoik: Houghton Mifflin Company.
Rarely do foreigners understand America well enough
to write in a frank and unbiased manner of her relations
with their native lands. With a clear insight into the
Franco-American alliances ami quarrels, Andre Tardicu
interprets the relations of the sister republics, from the
year 1778 to the present.
While pointing out that the nations are by background
and development, natural enemies, he pleads for the continuation of their co-operation, To quote, "This book is
a critical essav in search of coming enlightenment. It is
also an act of faith, I believe in the possibility of combined efforts by France and the United States. . . .
Cleavage must be avoided. . . . Twice in a century and
a half, they have met in the service of great causes. They
will meet again."
Tardieu does not place any laitli in the barking back
to Revolutionary aid; he asks co-operation as a sound
business policy.
COLLEGE BRIEFS GAN0N6 HEADS'27;
WOLNER IS ELECTED
MIL
THE
STUDENT
FORUM
"JUST,
THOUGH NOT INFALLIBLE"
KHITIIK:
As a member of tin- student body, mid a gpeciniar at tin- recent
ilisliTsaiiiK incident in tin- ns.-cnilily, I wish In speak fi «owl wool
for Mysliiinhi. Since I am neither I'reshumn nor .-oplioiiwre, inutile personal friend of any Myskauia member, I Hunk Ihe mutter
" without" 'inula, this'u'u'e'sl'io'n'eouerns mote than this single cose,
In ihe ultimate iiunljsls. It U a ,|insti..ii of Hit- inilliorily of M y
slunla, Some believe ii to he autocracy. IHbers, and I nmong
Ihein, believe it to be a just, thuu K h iu,l infallible, government.
It seems to me that Myslamiii is much the came sort of body
that we have In the Supreme Court. The student assembly, or
Congress, make the laws. That same body ean revoke or amend
Ihose laws. Ouee lie He laws a r e cslnhh'slicil, it is tin- duty of the
Supreme Com I to enforee them.
I.i the Supreme Court chosen bv ihe people directly? No, It
is selected, from I lie prominent and fitted persons, heeausn it is
a well-known fact thtll the people are not competent to do this.
Are its decisions reversible? No. (lore a derision is made, that
is the end of discussion, The only uav to invalidate sueb a de.
eisiou is to change the law.
Xow. do we want to ehanee the law providing for punishment
of Iradition-hreahors,
The Supreme Court is not infallible, The Dud Seoti case, for
instance, proves tills.
Hut Ihe principle of the Supreme Court
remains the same, The same should he ihe case with Mv-kania.
We should submll to the results of one mistake, fur the tnkn of
the underlying principle,
Might I aiijtgett that tile student assembly lake Ihe logical and
legal method, by amending the law, Could there nol be some prnvision for the submitting of the intention lo the student body when
,i strict enfurcement •</ the hue w.mll :.,ofr
injustice.'
Sincerely,
KI.I/AIII- i u ,M,\t A l e i.u:*, '28.
EDITOR OF TIIR N K W S :
I have no doubt you will receive very many letters bitterly pro-
AV?A^SoXmw*',a't,'n
"'•'
s f
"
Reviewing carefully this hasty, ill advised action hy the high
tribunal of student government, one fails to lind the slightest
justifications for such vigorous measures, and to term it hasty and
injudicious is indeed phrasing it mildlv.
(banting that lite s|ig| U imliseicliou of Mi. Woltior in cntcrine
the front door contrary to traditional rules, railed I'm s,,mc penalty
one fitting the offense could easily have been found. Surely in a
rreVlvr«u?it; m rhr3e:! 1 i e il nt. 3tmuna ' ,i '«•''<"«•"*"•
It is also asserted that Myskania was pat tieulai iv incensed with
the Freshmen class for repeated infraction of traditions. I training
also thai her displeasure is warranted, snrelv il requires Ion little
cogitation to realize that the blame should' be evenly distributed
over (lie entire class according to prescribed law, and not visited
upon Hit: head of the class to his own extreme discotnlilurc an I lo
the humiliating embarrassment of the class.
Mr- W cr has magnanimously atlcnipied to justify the action
of Myskania, and to -tern the wave of protesting reaction. Mill
three hundred outraged members, and I speak i seivalively for
the Freshmen class, will nut be thus easily silenced.
We ask redress
We respect and honor Myskania for all sl„ : - and represents in
State College. We look to her for advice a o o guidance in all
puzzling situations. That faith has not been wbollv shattered,
merely rudely shaken. We confidently feel that she will speedilv
recognize the extreme injudiciousness of he: r, eeoi oofm inuaiiruling and voluntarily and will) no loss of prestige, c
-el it.
Ily VVAKUKN I ueiiKAXK, '.in.
A.S./W.II.C.
PROM
OTHER
COLLEGES
Syracuse university—Moses Kinkelstein, 15, child
prodigy and senior, is a member of Phi liela Kappa here.
Oklahoma Baptist university—The Bison, student publication here, has been suppressed because it printed a resolution asking the reinstatement of three professors discharged for teaching evolution. The students protested
against Ihe dismissal in a mass meeting.
Stanford university, Cal.—A medical student is earning
his way through school by raising rattlesnakes and selling
them for commercial uses.
Oregon Stale Agricultural college—A basketball game
on roller skates was a feature of a receiii pep fest here.
Wesleyan university—A committee of 17 undergraduates
appointed recently to make a student survey of the needs
of the curriculum has asked for a course on "war," its
causes and "cure,"
The following additions have been
made lo the rental shelf of the Co-op:
Percy Marks' "Lord of Himself," a
sequel lo ihe "Plastic Age;" "Chevrons," by Leonard II, NasoHj two
copies of "Story of Philosophy" by
U U rant J "The Old Countess," by A.
i), Sedgwick; and "Stranger Than
lictioii," by Lewis llrowue,
Candlyn's Choir to Sing
T, Frederick II, Candlyn, director of
College music, will present the vested
choir of St. Paul's Episcopal church,
of wh.clt he is organist and choirmaster,
in its annual concert Thursday evening,
May 27, lie has announced. Charlotte
Jones, '28, one of the three women of
tile choir, will sing the contralto parts.
Cake Sale Profits Are $12
French club made, a profit of twelve
dollars on its cake and candy sale Friday,
according to Margaret Taylor, '27, presiden . Miss Taylor also announced that
ibe last program meeting of the club will
ne Wednesday afternoon, al -I o'clock in
the auditorium. The French play "La
Princess Dormant" will be given.
Carr To Be Junior President;
Finance Board Will Have
6 New Members
Louis J. VV'olncr, '30, has been elected
to bead li.s class again next year. He
was freshman president Ibis year liutil
last Friday, Oilier officers elected are:
vice-president, Louise Dttbee; 0, A. A.
council representative, Anna T, Moore;
men's athletic council representative,
Thomas L. Ilerney; manager- of men's
class athletics, Richard Winston.
A revole was taken Wednesday to
choose from ihe following nominees:
for secretary, Leo Allen, Alice J, Henoil,
Mildred Cotilant, lithel Grtiiidhofcr; for
treasurer, Petty Harris, Thomas Ilerney,
vYiiiifrcd Van Salisbury; for member
of the finance board, Grace M. Brady,
bred W. Crumb; for reporter, Hamilton Achcson, Jane Nye, Margaret J,
.-dcclc; for manager of girls' class athletics, Pel'y D.amond, lithel (Irtindhofer, Katheriiic Ii. Walkins.
Nexl year's junior class will have Ihe
following officers I president, La Verne
Li, Carr; vice-president, Alice Mills;
secretary, Klizabclh I'ulver; treasurer,
Robert I. Shillinglaw; reporter, Vera
Hello W'elloit.
Agnes Mctiarly was elected a memSets Manuscript Deadline
M o n d a y h a s b e e n set hy M i s s H e l e n ber of the finance hoard. A revole will
lie
taken between Kvclyn Graves and
M. Phillips, instructor in liiiglish, as the
filial dale lor ihe submission of manu- Caroline Schlcich for membership on
scripts in ihe competition for tlie Leah ihe board. The manager of girls class
Lovcitheiin prize of .$25 in composition, athletics is Juanita McGarty; member of
(I. A. A, council, Louise Matbewsoii;
member of men's athletic council, Louis
Orfall Heads Lutheran Club
Klein; manager of nun's class athletics,
Ethel M, Orfall, 'JH, has been elected Joseph Ilerney; class cheer leader, Anne
prcsideiii of Lutheran club for next year, Mosiier. For class song leader, a resucceeding Caroline LorenU, '27, Other vole w.ll be taken, The candidates are:
oliiccrs-cleci are: vicc-prcsidcnl, Ruth Ruth Murray, Grace Chippendale anil
Lehman, '28; secretary, Agnes lAIli'o. Marion Sloan.
,10; treasurer, Nona Pekurncy, '2 J; ami Next year's senior class has elected
reporter, Florence Rrainan, '29.
these officers; president, Gilbert IX, Ganoii'; vice-president, Edna Wolfe; class
Father Visits Miss Winchell
song leader, Doroihy Ruble; class cheer
Professor Florence K, Winchell, bead leader, Marjorle Voting; manager of
of home economies department, had as a men's class athletics, Ralph ,1. Stanley;
guest over the week-end her father from member of men's athletic council, Arvid
rilfiiiiil \ ernoii, N. Y.
Burke, A revole will he taken for the
following offices: for secretary, among
Charlotte
Jones, Mary• Langdon, Violet
Visits College
Miss Sauiiie Lallan, of the home eco- Pierce; for treasurer, between Margaret
nomic* deparliiieui of Cornell university, Moore and Katheriiic Saxton; for reporvisited ihe College department Wednes- ter, between Kathleen Doughty and Yir
giiiin lliguius; for (I. A, \. council memday.
ber, between Ilea! rice Wright, Leah
Cohen; for girls' athletic manager, beMathematics Club Elects
'wcen Ksihcr Luyster, Florence Poller;
Officers of Mathematics club were for editor-in-chief of ihe Pedagogue,
decled at a meeting yesterday.
between Rnih Kelly, lieatrice Wright;
for
business m a n a g e r of ihe Pedagogue,
Miss Stokes to Return
among Margare' Moore, Doris Arnold
Mis, Ellen _ C, Stokes, instructor in tud Klhcl Van Kmburgh.
(ii Idena Hills and Howard GolT will
ma'hematics, is expected to return to
i ollcge lo(U,y, She has been ill at her he senior members of the finance board.
home for the last two weeks,
".;t-.iu!s Bookstore Meeting
Miss Helen T. bay, manager of the
co op. is spending all this week at the
national bookstore convention al New
York city, Shu will return Sunday.
Spanish Club Meets
Spanish club held a meeting Wednesday al I o'clock in room 103 to elect
,Hirers for 1927-28.
CHI SIGMA THETA, PSI
GAMMA HAVE LUNCHE
('hi
Si.n n
Theta's
luncheon
vwis
S a t u r d a y n o o n al H o l d H a m p t o n . P e g
F l a n a g a n . '27, w a s t o a s t m i s t r c s s ,
I'si G a m m a s o r o r i t y h e l d a l u n c h e o n al
Ihe
H o t e l T e n F.yck S a t u r d a y .
Lois
D u n n . '27, w a s t o a s t m i s t r c s s a n d H i l d a
S a a r , '27. w a s s e n i o r s p e a k e r ,
R u t h (1.
Moore,
represented
the junior
class.
Ile'en S ' o n e spoke for t h e s o p h o m o r e s
•mil M i l d r e d C o t t t a n t f o r t h e f r e s h m e n .
The a l u m n a e speaker w a s Elsie l l c d b e r g ,
'23.
NOMINATE THREE FOR
NEWS CLUB PRESIDENT
The nont'tialing committee of the
Yews club submitted a list of cattdiiaics at a meeting of the club Tuesday. The following were nominated:
for president, Elizabeth Phetteplace,
2H: RIIIIt Moore, '2H; Josephine Newion, '28: for vice-president, Florence
Koe„. '29; Vera Wellott, '29, and Anne
S'alTord, '-"J; for secretary-treasurer,
Margaret Steele. '30, fane Formanak,
'30, Alice Bennit, '30, and Edith Lawten v, '.ill.
Elections will be held
I hiii'silay and Friday.
SORORITIES
DANCE
S a t t i r d a j evening each of t h e sorori
ie
l e d it, annual spring bouse dance
\P
d a n c i n g c e a s e d a l II :3() o ' c l o c k
This y e a r n o s o r o r i t y h a d o p e n h o u s e to
r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s from o t h e r bouses.
I lean A n n a F . P i e r c e v i s i t e d e a c h o l
Ihe e i ' d i ' s o r o r i t y b o u s e d a n c e s in t u r n
S a t u r d a y night.
S h e also visited the
Ycwinaii house dance a n d that which
was h e i n g g i v e n at t h e W o m e n ' s c l u b by
M r s . I Miti, M . i y e r s o l i n f o r P i A l p h a T a n
ADD
6 TO HONOR
ROLL
M'ss
I'.li/abelb V a n d e n b t i r g b , regisr t r . h a s emiounced ihe following addit i o n s i n i h • lii'-i s e m e s t e r h o n o r r o l l :
seniors,
M. Esther
McMaboii,
Mary
Mellon, and Evelyn
Palmer;
junior.
F.li/aboih M a c M u l l c u ; s o p h o m o r e s , M a r
ion ( i F n s a n d \ d e l e d e P e a r s e ,
3 PROFESSORS LEAVE
TODAY FOR CAZENOVIA
Professor Adna W. Risley, head of
the h'siorj department; Mr. Clarence A
llidley, assistant professor of liis'ory,
and Professor Adam A. Walker, head
'i ihe economics department, left today
for t'azciiovia where ihey will attend
die liiiiilli annual conference of teachers
in ihe giiUTiuneiii. history ami economics depar'ments of the colleges in this
slate,
Professor Risley has attended this
conference each year.
GAMMA KAPPA DANCE
G a m m a K a p p a P h i held its annual
snriii" house dance S a t u r d a y evening.
T h e P i e d P i p e r s of T m y f u r n i s h e d m u -
• ie. Miss Jane Agar, house mother;
Elizabeth Anderson, iusiruc'or In commerce, and Miss Hazel Rowley, instructor in physics, were chiiperoues,
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY IS, 1927
DUBOIS ANNOUNCES
MAY 19-21 PROGRAM
ARIEL OF "THE TEMPEST'S" CAST, AND THE DRAMA'S DIRECTOR
ADVISES SELECTING
MAJORS FOR VALUE
Freshman-Sophomore Tug Of
W a r And Pole Rush Will
Be Thursday
TO N A M E
NEW
President Warns Against The
Choice Of Easy Courses
ForSpecializing
MYSKANIA
"Select
a
Step Sing At 7 O'clock Friday
Will Include Prize Song,
Alma Mater
Kilii'l
for
order
May
Ai
the
DuBois,
of
events
has announced
for
the
7:30
bard
of
Thursday
and
ovrh'nfr,
lo
n
May
lug-of-wtir
l ,
for
(air
sophomore
is captain
men,
ten
minutes.
The
of
pole
rush
George ' T a y l o r
captain f o r the f r e s h m e n .
lasi
he
of
with
value,"
assembly
ease o r
repdptl-
"Il
be
In
lias o n l y
inosl
is r e f | t t i r e d
subject,
from
perience
is
two
is
very
lo find
one
cases
em-
subject
where
a
t o teach o n l y
one
lo
ex-
live
years
required,"
\h.
Brubacher advised s'.idenls lo
•eel; b a l a n c e in ( h e i r c o l l e g e c o u r s e
through clcciivcs.
" M a j o r or m i n o r
s u b j e c t I r a i n i n g is t e c h n i c a l , " he de
d a r e d . ' T h e requirement!) o f the f r e s h m e n y e a r are l a i d o u t w i t h t h e p u r pose o f o u t l i n i n g i h e f o u n d a t i o n o f a
l i b e r a l a r t s c o u r s e a n d t h e y have r e i n , i ued f i x e d t h o u g h t h e l i b e r a l a r t s
c o i n se has c h a n g e d . "
is
T h e rush w i l l
iminher
their
lei I h e
continued,
if
offer.
teacher
between
f r e s h m e n and sophomores w i l l lake place.
l.aVerne
in
not
for a y o u n g teacher
ployment
rush
and m i n o r
commercial
a r i l y o f a c o u r s e i n l l u e u c c y e n in y o u r
choice,"
I'J - 2 1 :
pole
major
iheir
freshmen
cently. " D o
the
week-end
to
P r e . d d e n i A . R, B r u b a c h e r t o l d j u n i o r s
and
17, general chairman
M m i n ; ; •( Ip day
your
view
Coil-
i r , L u l l : , w i l l he d e t e r m i n e d by lire j u d g e s ,
M i l d r e d l.anslc.v is sophomore captain
for ihe l u g - o f - w a r
j e a n Based is the
freshman captain.
I"he t t t g - o f - w a r w i l l
last Hirer m miles.
T h e eaplains w i l l
decide the number o f contestants.
Classes Assemble at 8:30
T h e w h o l e M n v l n g - U p day p r o g r a m
Courtesy AIIIIIII.V KvetiliiL' News.
is t r a d i t i o n a l ,
T h e D r a m a t i c s and \ r l association, o f w h i c h Metallic G r a n t , '27, d e l ' ) is president, w i l l sponsor the presentation
• pn
A t H:3U o'clock in the m o r n i n g , a l l
June ,i and -I o f Shakespeare's " T h e T e m p e s t , " by the
advanced dramatics i l a
11 w h i c h Miss M a r y
G'"d
i« d i r e c t o r ,
M i s s d r a i n w i l l play the p a n o f A r i e l .
f o u r classes w i l l assemble,
'I bey w i l l
enter the a u d i t o r i u m by w a j o f the p r e i style.
i he seniors w i l l m a r c h first f o l lowed by j u n i o r s , sophomores, freshmen
and I n i a l l y by M y s k a i n a .
isJuging u i the alma mater w i l l he lead
by the i ullege sun.; leader.
T h e class
representatives w i l l then speak.
I be N e w s board pins to the f o u r m e m bers n i next year'.', staff, and the t w o President Brubacher Announces
l!V T l l W - M A I.. liKI.ZI'.K
pun,
the
rightful
Duke
of
Milan.
( J u a r l e i i v prizes for student m a n u s c r i p t s
Majors In Social Science
H e o r g e I la.-s, II, l o o k t h e p a r i o f S l e and a t h l e t i c a w a r d s w ' l l be made.
The advanced dramatics class will
And Science
ibaiiH. d r u n k e n s a i l o r , a n d J a n e C r a y
Louise t i i i i i u , '-'/. w i l l present to the
present S h a k e s p e a r e ' s " I h e T e m p e s t "
Colic e a p o r t r a i t of I lean A n n a
K.
no i|n eied M i r a n d a .
Helen
ffylies,
Plans fi ir the t w o new map or c nurses, is a c u l m i n a t i o n o f its w o r k in p l a y
f i e r c e , the senior g i f t .
President A . K.
'27. w i l l l a k e t h e p a r i of M i r a n d a , a n d
line III sue ial science and one in cfeucc,
n r o d t t e t i o n , J u n e 3 a m i - I , in i h e a u d i l b uliaeher w i l l accept il l o r the College.
have been aiiitottiiccd by I 'resident A . K.
i her l e a d i n g c h a r a c t e r s w i l l be , i n I lie seniors f a r e w e l l song w i l l then be
i n r i i i m of i h e l i i s t i l u l e of I l i s l n r y a n d
Brubacher
It is
The reiquired com"ses in the soeial A i l . o n W a s h i n g t o n a v e n u e .
v l t e r the three l o w e r classes have
M s . M a n C r a h n , I n s t r u c t o r in d r a science m a j o r a r e :
h o i i g h l t h a i i b i s w i l l be t h e first p r o '
veil u p ' and the seniors have " m o v e d
r
m a t i c s , is p l a n n i n g l o i n t r o d u c e i n t o
duction of " T h e T e m p e s t " since il was
m i l , " the new M y s k i u t i i i w i l l be tapped
History 1
the p eee a m u c h of i h e Rliy.ftbo.than
hours
by the present members of the senior
p r o d u c e d by a n o t a b l e cast in t h e C e n H i s t o r y -'
0 hours
m u s i c a n d a t m o s p h e r e as p o s s i b l e .
In
li
ir society. T h e announcement o f the
York
in
I'do.
H i s t o r y .5
h o u r s t u r y theater in Mew
results o f student elections w i l l he read.
be | V | n p r e s e n t a t i o n , J o h n
Corbin
H i s t o r y -1
I) hours
There
h
a
v
e
been
no
p
r
o
f
e
s
s
i
o
n
a
l
p
r
e
s
M y s l . a n i a w i l l lead the w a y out o f
w.i- director. I . H u l l Schenk prepared
II
e n t a t i o n s o f Ihe m a s t e r p i e c e since that
chapel f o l l o w e d 1>.\ the classes.
h,
r u n ami the music was A r n c ' s .
Economics 1
l
i
m
e
,
a
m
i
t
h
e
r
e
are
no
k
n
o
w
n
r
e
c
o
r
d
s
I'-e
lilies •1
Dixon Will Plant Ivy
hours
M '•• i I li a i m a n n o u n c e d t h a i she w i l l
uf c o l l e g e p r o d u c t i o n s l i s t e d ,
day i h e p i e c e r a p i d l y w i t h b u t s h o r t
Class n u m e r a l s w i l l be f o r m e d on the
loveriiiiiciit 1
6 hours
" T h e T e m p e s t " was p r o d u c e d in its
campus, and the ivy o r a t i o n w i l l be deiiierinissinns for scene-shifting,
'flic
v iovermueiu 2
3 hours
livered.
A . Reginald D i x m i , '17. w i l l
ui i.e. il il v e r s a . i i I ' i ' i h e l l f s l l i m e 111
i l l ugs w i l l be as s i m p l e as p o s s i b l e
IV
plant the i v y .
< (instance l l a i i i n a i i n , '17,
A
m
e
r
i
c
a
a
b
o
u
t
the
m
i
d
d
l
e
u
f
i
h
e
lasi
History b (methods)
2 hours
Hid the pace w i l l be r a p i d ill n c c o r d w i l l make Hie o r a t i o n , T h e song leader
c e n t u r y , 185.1 b e i n g t h e a p p r o x i m a t e o i ! • w i t h
ihe
Fli/abcihan
custom.
w i l l lead in s i n g i n g the ivy song.
Total
-14 hours d a l e .
l
i
n
d
e
n
'
s
v
e
r
s
i
o
n
of
"
T
h
e
In the a f t e r n o o n each class w i l l predav
vCII r u n annul t w o hours.
A minor may be selected f r o m the
T e m p e s t " was g i v e n in t h e e a r l y d a y s
sen;
a stunt.
Tbelnia
Temple,
'27;
'W
w i l l il- e m o d e r n d e v i c e s o f l i g h t following:
F.nglish, mathematics, L a t i n ,
l - m i l , \ \ i l l i i i i n s , '28; Hetty I ' u l v e r , '29,
o f the N'evv Y o r k theaters, w h e n il was
French, H e r m a n , and Spanish.
ing'," said M i , , C r a h n , " w h i c h are a t anil L i b e l ( i r u n d h o f e r , '.ill are in c h a r g e
p
r
e
s
e
n
t
e
d
in
the
o
l
d
J
o
h
n
street
t
h
e
a
T h e required courses in the science
t r a c t i v e i n t h e eve o f t h e m o d e r n a u d i nl the stunts.
major are:
ter. . I ' l l i n street is one o f i h e
I in | nee, a n d w e w i l l stress i h e c h a r m o f
\ l 7;.il) o ' c l o c k in the e v e n i n g , the
i
h
e
m
e
t
r
o
p
o
l
i
s
a
n
d
bad
o
n
e
o
f
t
h
e
first
step ~ing w i l l lake place.
T h e alma
.() hours
mater w i l l be sung first f o l l o w e d by
A m e r i c a n theaters.
liiology
.6 hours
class songs. T h e n the class prize songs
Julia
Kay, 11, beads t h e east o f
w i l l be sung.
lieinistry _'
. . . .8 hours
\ f l e r the inlerclass s i n g i n g , announcec h a r a c t e r s in the r u l e o f C a l i b a n , t h e
heinistrv I or . 1 .
. . . .6 hours
ineiits u f the w i n n i n g class in the prize
c r e a t u r e tfi.it is h a l f beast a n d h a l f
Kappa Phi Kappa, professional cduSOUK ci.ntesl w i l l be made.
The winner
I'hvsies 1 or A .
.8 hours i n a n . W a l l e r H a m p d e n s t a r r e d in i b i s rat o n f r a t e r n i t y , c o n d u c t e d a b u s i n e s s
of Hie s t u n ! contest and the w i n n e r o f
I'hvsics 2
.-I hours
r o l e in I'J 16. O t h e r f a m o u s a c t o r s w h o m e c i T h u r s d a y a f t e r n o o n , M a y 5.
inlerclass r i v a l r y w i l l also be announced.
I'hvsies ,\
..3 hours
T h e f a r e w e l l songs to the seniors w i l l
p l a y e d l e a d i n g p a r t s at t h e s a m e t i m e
be - m i - ; , f o l l o w e d by the step song and
liioloey
'), C h e m i s t r y
8 and
w e r e Fana M a r i n o f ' f w h o t o o k t h e p a r i
l*
|
|
P
I
!/•
•
llie M i . \ i n g - U p day song.
I'hysies 5
6 hours
I lancing and r e f r e s h m e n t s in the g y m I
i
n
t
e
r
p
r
e
t
.
L
o
u
i
s
C
a
l
v
e
r
t
p
l
a
y
e
d
P
r
o
s
ii.v i m n w i l l conclude the day's a c t i v i t i e s .
Total
47 hours [
LIST REQUIREMENTS
Class Revives Shakespeare's
FOR 2 NEW MAJORS Drama
Has Not Been Shown In America
Dr.
Ilrubacher
urged
freshmen
e s p e c i a l l y , as t h e y are n o w f a c e d b y
the p r o b l e m o f s e l e c t i o n u f m a j o r s a n d
m i l i a r s , l o select
t h o s e s u b j e c t s as
c l e c t i v e s w h i c h t h e y w i l l n o ! be a b l e l o
eel a f l e r c o l l e g e .
" I f y o u have b a d
no t r a i n i n g in F r e n c h or c h e m i s t r y
y o u a r e n o l l i k e l y l o gel v e r y
far
s t u d y i n g by \
'self a f l e r college," he
said.
"If
you are t r u e
lo y o u r s e l f
and
l o y o u r s c h o o l y m i w i l l read a n d r e a d
widely.
Y o u w i l l .spend y o u r vacations reading.
Therefore, you should
seek l u b r o a d e n y o u r I n t e r e s t as f a r
as
possible
through
your
elective
hours,
t u l l h a t e l a s l e a n d read w i t h
sound j u d g m e n t and c r i l i c i s m . "
Tempest;
Since 1916
KAPPA PHI KAPPA MEETS
' ' T i l l new m a j o r in science of fifteen
s e m e s t e r h o u r s in each science en
aides a g r a d u a t e
lo
be a science
t e a c h e r a m i not m e r e l y a c h e m i s t r y
or
biology
teacher," Dr.
Brubacher
continued,
" S o c i a l sciences are v e r y r a p i d l y ass u m i n g i m p o r t a n c e in s c h o o l s a m i w i l l
C o n t i n u e t o do so.
W e are g o i n g t o
have economics taught and we're g o ing In have g o v e r n m e n t and civics
laimhi.
Y o u m i l s ! l a k e these t h i n g s
i n t o c o n s i d e r a t i o n if y o u w o u l d d e l e r III in- i l i e c o m m e r c i a l v a l u e of y o u r
m a j o r o r m i n o r , " he c o n c l u d e d .
ALBRIGHT WILL STUDY
AT SWISS UNIVERSITY
M a r i b a I, A l b r i g h t , '26. w i l l spend the
summer in l i u r o p e . L e a v i n g June 2-1 on
he ( a n i i a n i a . she w i l l visit Paris and
peiid the m o n t h o f J u l y in (he Chateau
•oiiiiii'v o f France.
Durum
Migusi
Miss A l b r i g h t
will
study i n t e r n a t i o n a l l a w at the school o f
i n t e r n a t i o n a l studies at ihe U n i v e r s i t y o f
Ceueva, S w i t z e r l a n d .
She w i l l attend
ihe opening session o f the League o f
X . u i HI - on September 5.
Miss \ l h r i g h t expects to r e t u r n September l u f r o m C h e r b o u r g ! ) , France.
Miss A l b r i g h t
is w o r k i n g
for
her
master's decree here anil is i n s t r u c t o r
in historv qui/, divisons.
.
n
I I *
f»
I
I
i-Ariel. wi,:d, MeianieGrant.'27,will Bnwacner, bayles Visit Brook line ochool;
See Relating Art And Vocation To Books
TWENTY-THREE ADDED
BY CLUB AT INITIATION
COMPETE FOR VICE-PRESIDENCY
Heaver
A
K.
Brubacher
Country
Day
visited
School
Professor John
of
secondary
niaii,
t i n lee u f
I, r ( i d
Tin
the
p u r p o s e ni
Dr.
t h e v isil
country
day
-el
I day
extends
J.
Brubacher.
was
to in- |
school
plan
used
from
in
8:30
lo ." o ' c l o c k
I n s t r u c t i o n is o f f e r e d
in all ihe phases ,,f b o o k w o r k .
Rest
i n d a s l e e p m g p e r i o d is p r o v i d e d f o r
the y o u n g p u p i l s .
T h e school a c c o m modates
pupils
from
kindergarten
through lo high school.
WILL VISIT EUROPE
^%7i^S£>
/.4*rS¥<-Y
£?££/*/GA/tVgS'
Miss Lansley and Miss C r a v e s , both sophomores, w i l l be candidates f o r the
vice-presidency o f the student association in the re-vote in assembly t o d a y .
psychological
information
place
"The
tional
examinations.
thus
the child
to c l a s s i f y
Hin-
.Academy
and the m e t h o d s o f l e a c h i n g
bis p r i e u k i r s c h o o l
The
Cayce
elementary
Harold
Albany
accompanied
ve.siigaie t h e
professor
Dr. J.
M o r r i s o n , c o m m i s s i o n e r of
e d u c a t i o n : an I J u d g e
T h e p u p i l s a r e s e l e c t e d o n Ihe basis
of
M. Saylcs,
education;
play.
at
B r o o k l i l l e , Mass., recently.
I he new
m e m b e r s of the M a l h " malieelub
recently
initiated
are:
Me,
Sawalsky.
'1')':
Anna
Lackey,
_!•:; Uu li H a l e ,, '_">; M a r y
Fil/palricl.
'.'.'I. M a r i a n F o r t u n e , ' . i l l ; I r e n e
A . I d v. . i l l . \ u l h o i i y K u e / y i i s k i , ' 2 9 :
kirhard
v.
len.seii. ' 2 8 ;
Henrietta
i, siv, n i l , 2'); M i r i a m P o m c r a n z , ' - " J ;
Ann,
l i . i l c i i s k v , '_"); M a t v
Mitchell,
."i;
lAelvn
D a w - i i n , '28; Felix
V.
h e , : , i 'AS; i a h i n C o c h r a n e , ' 2 8 ; C l y d e
Sloeiiiu, '28; Helen Shine. ' 2 n ; Marga
n i T a u / c l . '_"): U n t i l W a r r e n , '2'J;
I I , len D n n g r c i u o n d , ' 2 8 ; ( i l a d y s A n d r e w . '2'J; D o r o t h y W i n c h , ' 2 ° , a n d
l b a r l o l l e I t a i l e y , '20.
b.li/abelh Mender, '17, w i l l spend the
summer in K u r o p e ,
L e a v i n g June -I on
Ihe M a j e s t i c f r o m Xevv Y o r k c i t y , M i s s
Header w i l l t r a v e l in France and Germany, She expects to spend one m o n t h
in S w i t z e r l a n d , and three weeks at
Munich.
She w i l l r e t u r n September 17
nil the S. S. I l e r a u g c r i a .
President
the
received
and
motives
instruction,"
relates
in
Dr.
The
used
achievement
and p r o m o t e
s'cboi I
is
all
the
art
lo
tests
child.
and
forms
voca
of
Brubacher
book
said.
T h e v o c a t i o n a l m o t i v e is c a r r i e i l ,,ni
i h e f o r m ni
bookbinding,
wood
in
w,„.|;:||r,
;,„,!
( .|ay
modeling
vvberevei
such w o r k can be u s e d .
Ill
going
bachcr
lu
passed
llrookline,
through
Dr.
Williams
Bin
col
lege, A n d o v e r a c a d e m y a n d l l i e G r o t o n
s c h o o l , a w e l l k n o w n s c h o o l for
tin
t h e wa.v
h o m e , he v i s i t e d
boys
Welles
ley. S m i t h a n d A m h e r s t c o l l e g e s
T h e r e is s u p e r v i s e d p l a y f o r e v e r y
The
Groton
school and
Andover
c h i l d , | ) r B r u b a c h e r said, T h e s c h o o l a c a d e m y r e p r e s e n t s i h e c o n s e r v a t i v e
is s p e c i a l l y
well equipped for
play. type of early academy e x i s t i n g for
T h e r e are e x t e n s i v e b a s e b a l l , t e n n i s m o r e t h a n 150 y e a r s w h i l e t h e B e a v e r
and hockey faciliu'es.
M u c h t i m e is C o u n t r y
Day school represents
llie
g i v e n l o t r a c k s p o r t s , T h e s c h o o l d e - latest t y p e s c h o o l of its k i n d , D r . B r u votes a l l o f its p l a y e f f o r t s l o o u t d o o r b a c h c r said-
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 13, 1927
Is Coach Baker's Marcel Natural?" Query;
Baby Picture Shows It Just Grew That Way
SUPERVISES ENTERTAINMENT PLANS
WOMEN'S ATHLETICS
SPLITS CONVENTION
Intercollegiate C o m p e t i t i o n
Ruling Is Attacked By
Western Colleges
Professor Florence
E, Winehell,
[ntercollcgiatc athletics for women,
despite t h e rapid g r o w t h of iiitranmlual
athletics, is hy no m e a n s a closed
question, it developed d u r i n g the sessions of the national athletic conference for w o m e n at Cornell university
recently.
Georgianna Maar, '27; Esther Luyster, '28, and F l o r e n c e P o t t e r , '28,
represented the Girls' Athletic association at the conference.
T h e question of intercollegiate a t h letics for women a l w a y s has been
loaded with d y n a m i t e b e c a u s e s t r o n g
and conflicting opinions on it are hold
not only hy the students but also hy
college a d m i n i s t r a t o r s , hy t h e faculty,
by I lie d e p a r t m e n t of physical education and hy parents.
R e o p e n the Battle
Discussions of the problem split
former national conferences into two
camps, hut finally the g r o u p arrayed
against intercollegiate competition bec a m e t h e s t r o n g e r and passed a resolution against ii. T h e battle was reopener! at the Cornell conference when
several colleges t h r e a t e n e d to openly
disobey the rule against competition
Courtesy Albany Hvornng News
with other colleges.
S t a t e College a n d Russell Sage college cancelled their girls' varsity g a m e
this year to retain m e m b e r s h i p in the
national association.
Colleges in the west are said to be
trying to obey the ride a n d still have
their interschool sport,
A platform based on the ideal of
sport for sport's sake was adopted
by the fifth national conference. T h e
platform sets forth eight points, but it
does not constitute a rigid set of rules
and member colleges of the association a r e permitted a r a n g e of Interpretation in the application of the
planks included. T h e planks a r e :
To
emphasize
mass
participation
through ( a ) intramural p r o g r a m s ; ( b )
sports days, a form of intercollegiate
relationship which places emphasis on
sports for a l l ; (c) the elimination of
competition which emphasizes individual
aehievments rather than large participation.
head of I be
home economics
department,
wtio is
supervising
plans
mii
f"r''"' ''"|i'r"
IPlS
mm
tajnmcrtl to be
given at Ihe
voyage of ihe
"A-Cllec"
in the gymnasium
Is his marcel natural, or isn't it?
Slate College students who may lie
afflicted with straight-hanging hair and
envious of Ihe curly blonde locks of
Rutherford R, Baker, men's athletic
coach, may rest at ease.
Pictorial evidence has been produced, proving that the coach's adoi'lfineiil is as it is because of natural
causes, rather than through the application of any device, process, method
or practice.
Al Ihe right, we see Cottcll Baker
in a new ,'ind exclusive pose, obtained
al gi'cal risk by enterprising contributors lo Ibis publication, T h e picture,
taken s
e years ago, shows Mr,
[laker al a much earlier age.
His
.',i neral appearance has changed, bis
stature has grown, his apparel is different,
liul ihe hair is Iheu as now,
Cimrlesy AlliHII.V KvptllnK Ncwf
Thursday night
CLUB SENDS MONEY
TO HELP EDUCATION
OF POLISH STUDENTS
PROGRAM FOR COMMENCEMENT WEEK
Following is the four-day program lor cotiinienceinenl :
Friday, J u n e 17, 8:00 p. m „ Class Day, Auditorium.
Saturday, J u n e 18, Alumni Day. Registration, 0:liil ,i. m. to 2:00 p. n
1, Class meetings, 9:30 a. m.
2, Graduate council Conference, 10:30 a. in.
3, Half C e n t u r y club meeting, I0;30 a. m.
•I. General business meeting, 11:30 a. in.
5. L u n c h e o n , 1:00 p. m,
Also reunion luncheon of the Dramatic and A n council,
6. P a g e a n t and class stunts, 2:30 p, in. Plaza.
7. President's reception, 4:00 p, m,
H. Council dinner and branch representatives' dinner, 5:30 p, m.
9. Myskania dinner, 6:00 p. in.
10. O m i c r o n Nil dinner, 6:00 p. m.
11. C a m p u s sing, 7:00 p. m. Plaza.
Sunday, J u n e 19, baccalaureate service, 4:00 p. m,
Monday, J u n e 20—
1. C o m m e n c e m e n t , 10:30 p. in.
Speaker, Dr. T h o m a s Moore, president of S k i d u m r e college.
2. Milne H i g h school c o m m e n c e m e n t .
3. Senior ball, 9:00 p. m.
The Polish club here has sent twenty
live dollars io ihe Kosciusko foundation
fund for Polish scholars, Anthony I1'.
Kue/ynski, '_"), president, announced
yesterday, This fund was established lo
•nahli Polish students lo come to the
I'nited Staler for education in American
•olleges, This year the sum raised in
ihC country was large enough to allow
lour women and six men to enter Columbia and Syracuse universities, and
the University of Chicago,
ALUMNI
NOTES
Koiiu I lager, '17, sang several barione solos. Including a g r o u p of n e g r o
spirituals, for the Etude club of Schc
ie, lady recently,
I )f. Meyer Rheitigold, ex-'2.1, is
imaged ill special practice al Ihe denal clinic of the Philadelphia General
Hospital,
Dr, Rhcingold is a g r a d u iie of the school of dentistry, Dilii rsilv of Pennsylvania,
Just Keep A'coming
Prank Hieiecki, one of the Polish slit
drills who is studying in the L'niversiij
• I i hicago, i-cretnh spoke in the parish
ii inse of ihe polish National Catholic
ihitrch on Kosciusko. Mr. Ilielecki is
itiidyiini
\iueiiian business methods,
especially our wood pulp industry dur
IIIJI In's stay in \merica.
We're here and ready when you'r
ungry to help you out with the same
ourteouh a t t e n t i o n and services wo
five always given you.
High Grade Delicatessen
and Lunch
"Polish club will mil elect officers for
'he coming year until September or OcI iber, according to its usual custom,"
Kuc/ynski said.
811-A Madison Ave.
Between Quail and O n t a r i o Sts,
Simplify Award Systemjf
To promote the adoption of a health
concept by all college women with the
hope of realizing actual improvement
in habits of living.
To simplify the system of awards,
To accept only well trained and properly qualified women as coaches or advisers of women's athletic association
sports.
To regulate standards of eligibility:
fa) medical and physical examinations
with exception; ( b j scholastic.
To offer assistance in the promotion
of sane programs of athletics among
high school girls.
To cooperate with respective physical
education departments in the realization
of these standards and ideals.
To cooperate with the national amateur athletic federation in the furtherance of their mutual interests.
RETALLICK TO STUDY
CHOIRISYSTEM ABROAD
VVillard F. Ketallick, '27, president of
Music association, will leave June 24 on
he S. S. Majestic for Southhampton,
England,
l i e will tour eastern England as far as Durham, studying the
Fnglisii catholic choir system.
From
Durham he will go to Liverpool and
Chester, spending a few days at Hath
for recreation.
Ketallick will also spend two weeks in
western France and will attend the
Anglo-Catholic
congress in London,
Inly I. Me will return August 25 on
the Majestic.
JUDGE ORATORY CONTEST
NINE FRESHMEN WILL
Professor C A. Hidley, of the hisSPEAK FOR $25 PRIZE tory d e p a r t m e n t , and Miss Katherine
Six freshmen girls and three men will
compete Tuesday evening, May 17, for
the freshman speaking prize of twentyfive dollars. There will be two prizes
for the women this year, and one for the
men.
The competitors a r e : Marion Carter,
Ifazel
Goodelle,
Jeanette
Harrison,
Marion P.. Nichols, VVilhelmina Sebesta,
Louise Trask, Emanuel Green, Israel
Kaplan and Louis J. VVolner.
E. Wheeling, supervisor of English,
were two of the three judges recently
when the district contest of the national oratorical competition was conducted in Albany.
BASEBALL
May
May
May
May
SCHEDULE
14 -Cooper Hnion, here.
17 Hamilton, here.
21 Hamilton, a! Hamilton.
28- Cortland Normal, h e n .
GUSTAVE
LOREY
L, A, BOOKHIEM
RELIABLE MEATS
and FRESH KILLED
POULTRY
91 STATE STREET
Spatial
Attention
ti> Sorority
PHOTOGRAPHER OF 1 9 2 7
W e s t 1837
PEDAG QGUE
Given
Houses
846 M a d i s o n A v e .
C o r . O n t a r i o St.
SPORT OXFORDS
Klein Market
Style and Quality in
Whites and Colors
$5.50 up
FEAREY'S
331 CENTRAL
Choice Meats,
and
AVENUE
Special
Poultry
School
Vegetables
Attention
44 No. Pearl
"We
Understand Eyes
THE IDEAL FOOD STORE
152 Western Avenue
Phone West 6715
EYEGLASSES
We specialize in material for lit!hi lunches
Groce "ies
Delicatessen
Fruit and Vcg •tables
OPTOMETRIST
5 0 N . P e a r l St.
Albany, N . Y .
OPTICIAN
WE DELIVER THE GO&DS
Geo.
D. Jeoney
?hone West 761!
Bernie's Drug Store
At Your Service
KIMMEY'S
Kleen-Maid
Phone W. 144
Madison Ave. at Quail St.
Albany, N. Y,
To
Organizations
198 Central Avenue - at Robin
Albany, N. Y.
Branch of the Boulevard Restaurant 1 0 8 - 1 10 State Street
BREAD
Holsum
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 1,'!, 192V
HISTORY OF EDUCATION IS TO ALPHA EPSILON PHI %
BE GIVEN IN THE SENIOR YEAR IS TEH YEARS OLD
Elementary A n d Educational
Psychology Are Placed In
Junior Year
NO
ORCHESTRA
new catalogue
The
ilepai'lmeiils.
shows
All
li'i'c j u n i o r
year
in n r t l e r
thai
uicilu ds cntirses
in ilieni.
T h e history
I hey m a y
Inters ii'orily
education a m i
ball,
held
h'riday
in llie b a l l r o o m o f l l o ' e l T e n K y c k , was
In ciiiue
well
iu (he senior
year.
Since Ihe
llie
sophomores
their
w i l l h a \ e |o w a i l
senior year. Ihefe w i l l
peri' (I o f it nest
The
attended.
formed
preseni j u n i o r s have taken education and
dent
of
Kappa
fall
new man a- in edm a l i m i
\ <><>') •
l'U.s
I .(ISO
Total.
-'II');
I-,
I'L'f,
1,175.
V)27
1,251.
Total.
I '»'•«;
n eiilar
o-.i..ii.
reenlar
srssi,„;.
Total,
r
2,.'7 >;
inenls. a i d thi • we. I.
A l u m n i w i n h o . al.'..'ah
answered
that
tiles
will
attend the d i n n e r are
Doi'olln
V
llennet. '-'•! : Mice f ) ' l oil
nor; lieulah luier.soii ' 2 5 ; IMIII.I S h a w r ,
'2-1; I'.miU l l e l d i i m . ' 2 - 1 ; M a r j o r i e I lei
lows ' J o - Dorothea I ' e i t / . ' - ' 5 ; D o r o t l n
Iv'oberls and M l - . (. M .
well.
luncheon
Kyck,
W.
faculty,
Dean
Anna
K.
Pierce,
memhers
and the presidents o f
which
in the
\ . R, l i r t i h a c h e r and
' I . Mel/ler,
.on.rities
line
and o f
(libers
eonslilllle
of
the
the e i g l l l
the
council
ill's
occasion,
Miss
end
week-end
which
liitersoroi'ilj
the
Saturday
was the t y p i c a l
sororities
hall
had
week
I l.dta
had its annual
luiiche 11 S a t u n l a )
en
with
Ksher
I-.;,1 I T
I'm
11
alumnae
it I Intel
I lamp
Milnes as toastmlstress.
had a f o r m a l dinner at
t.yck
which
about
lift}
Kappa
I Vila'-
Hotel
members
luncheon celebrated the
aini!\ er-ary
of ' h e s o r o r i t y .
was at the \ l l i a n y f o i i n t r y
lanei D
1 lo
ow
w was
vi as tnaslnilslress
toiislmlsl
barter
members
attend.•.!.
the national
l.ouher,
'25,
editor
o f (lie
sorority
maga-
W e i inaiui
also
at'eltded.
In the doubles H e r n e y and K g g l e s l o i i ,
S l a l e C o l l e g e , heal M a c K e a n and W o r rell', S t . S t e p h e n ' s , 6 - 1 , 3-6, 6 - 3 ; a n d
Saltnou a n d C o o p e r , S t a l e College, heat
B r u h o i a n d F a l h c r , S ' , Stephen's, 6-0,
16, 7-5.
CLINTON
SQUARE
EXCLUSIVE PlCfUkfiS
C. H. B U C K L E Y ,
Now Playing
Mary
Al
It
MILNE CLASS HAS JUBILEE
EXCLUSIVE PRINTING
Complete
Line
of
CANDY, CARDS and
GIFTS for
GRADUATION
DAY
At the
Kit
in
Guard
"Her Father Said No"
with
Adam's
Louise Dresser
- and Renee Ailoree
Comedy
" I l e a ut y
A
La M u d "
' • A r o u n d t h e W o r l d i n 1(1 M i n u t e s '
Pox
All Day - 25c.
r
Brian
Cooke
in
"MR. W U "
alumnae attended Ihe liinchi
\inong
' I n . e prcseltl were M r s . \ \ i l l i a n i S. C n r w i t h o f R n c k v i l l e i ' e n t e r , the president
if the N e w Y o r k b r a n c h o f the s o r o r i t y
i l u m i i i . and M r s . I ,erald I ' e r k i n s , presi-
club and dent o f the Schenectady b r a n c h .
I'.o'h
S e v e r a l ! spoke brieU) 011 ihe w o r k o f their assoM r , , H a r o l d l l e d h e f g Is r e l i r •iala.ns.
president ot the soroi tty a l u m u
Owner
Now Playing
Lou Chiiney
News
Nights 25c—Matinees 15c
CLOTHES
Raady-mad*
And Cut to Order
ESTABLISHED ENGLISH UNIVERSITY
STYLES, TAILORED OVER YOUTHFUL
CHARTS SOLELY FOR DISTINGUISHED
SERVICE IN THE UNITED STATES.
The College Pharmacy
Western & Lake Aves.
Albany, N. Y.
Tel. West l%0 and West 3951
I^Uwtetrlouse
Suits a n d Topcoats
DANKER
•40, *45, *50
"Say it with
Flowers'
336 CENTRAL AVE.
Phone West 2037
40 and 42 Maiden Lane
Fashion's final mandate in waving
elegance—a Palladino hair bob and a finger wave
PERMANENT WAVING
133 No. Pearl St.
Phone Main 626U
; B',:.irci.rb- P A L L A D I N O
Ammnw Cleansers mxh ilyers
We Clean and Dye all kinds of Ladies' and Vien's
Wearing Apparel
811A MADISON AVENUE
Phone West 273
(Oriental nnri (Occidental ^tcstawrmrt
AMERICAN
Rloclel College Stop
AND
CHINESE
Open U until 2 A. M.
44 State St.
BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT
OUR STORE IS THE
(ftmrtetr louse
OF A L B A N Y .
The character of the suits and
overcoats tailored by Charter House
will earn your most sincere liking.
Steefel Brothers
INC.
Dancing 10:30 till I A. M„ Except Sunday
Cltlhu that art Oliltmllvt but 'ft BiPttutvt
In the s i n . l e s , K g g l e s t o t i , S t a l e C o l lege, w o n f r o m B r u i i o t , S i . Stephens,
a 2, 7 5 ;
l.emley,
S t . Stephen's
beat
S a l m o n , S l a t e College, 6 - 1 , f i - l • M a c K e a n , S t . Stephen's defeated
Herney,
S a t e C o l l e g e , 2-6, 6-3, 6 - 1 ; and W o r r e l l ,
St, S t e p h e n ' s heal Cooper, State College,
0" 3, 6»(i.
LELAND
celebration was f o l l o w e d
and the presentation o f
PATRONIZE THE
I
W i n n i n g b o t h seis o f doubles, and one
if f o u r singles, i h e men's tennis team
iied S t . S t e p h e n ' s at A n n a n d a l e S a t u r day.
Il
was llie firs'
intercollegiate
m a t c h in w h i c h S t a l e litis been r e p r e sented f o r s e v e r a l years,
HOME OF FILM CLASSICS
Alumnae
of
I'si
(lamina
sorority
elected M i s s Mahel T t l l l m t l d g c o f \ l h a i i y ,
president o f the M t u n n i association f o r
u e s l year ill a luncheon S a t u r d a y al llie
l l o ' e l T e n Kyck,
Pill)
members and
mended.
thirtieth
Ruth
Moses,
Eggleston, Salmon, Herney And
Cooper Represent State
At Annandale
W i n n e r s of the plunge f o r distance
were;
first, R u t h L a n e ; second, H a r riet I ' . r k h u r s l ; t h i r d , A l i c e H c n o i t .
W i n n e r s o f t h e p o r p o i s e race w e r e ;
lit'.-l.
Ruth
l.anc;
second,
Handel
ParlJiurst; third, Margaret
Skidmore.
W i n n e r s o f i h e f o r m side s t r o k e w e r e ;
f i r s t , K a t h l e e n D o u g h t y ; s e c o n d , KhV.ab e l l i R e n d e r ; t h i r d , A l i c e P.enoit.
Winners
o f llie
form
front
dive
were;
lirsl, R u l h Dane; second, K l i z a helli Bender; third, Alice B i n g h a m .
Judges were Miss Isahelle J o h n s t o n ,
i n s t r u c t o r in physical e d u c a t i o n ; H e l e n
Tompkins
.and K m i l y
lidding
^24,
Team captains were:
senior,
Helen
T o n i p k i n s ; j u n i o r , Harriet I'ark h u r s t ;
sophoniore,
Belliua
Az/arilo;
frcshiium
Louise
Trask,
Refreshments
w e r e in c h a r g e o f .Alice B e t i o i l .
PSI GAMMA ALVMNAE
ELECT NEW PRESIDENT
present.
' )mega
Hotel
T h e j u n i o r ( c a m w o n l i r s l phice i n
the s w i m m i n g meet T u e s d a y e v e n i n g
al ll.'itlt 2 w h l i a s c o r e o f 22 p o i n t s ,
t h e s e n i o r s s c o r e d (> p o i n t s ; s o p h o m o r e s , I ; f r e s h m e n , 0. T h e r e l a y r a c e
w.'ts w o n b y t h e t i p p e r c l a s s m e n .
'"EN'S TENNIS TEAM
TIES ST. STEPHEN'S
begins,
luncheons
e r l tliitin r. al w Inch many o f the a l u m nae were
the
noon.
Miss
Harriet
'Ihe birthday
by open house
three a u n t s .
T h e ball ended al 1 o'clock.
las'
at
Miss K d i i h Sanders, president ot the
Albany
alumnae assoe a t i o n , ac'ed as
l o a s t i n i s i r c s s , i n l r o d i i c i f i ; the f o l l o w i n g
speakers;
Harriet
Sfnies;
Sophia J .
k'oseusweig, .me o f the founders o f h.la
chapter h e r e ; Betty O l d e r , representative f o r the b a a c h a p t e r ; R u t h l.ouher,
director of scholarship; Mildred I'awel,
'.'7, preseni dean o f the s o r o r i t y ; N e l l i e
h i c l d n i a l i , next year's d e a n : Ruby I lor
man, '26, f o r m e r dean ; l.nc\ < oopcr w h o
urged all members i n a l l e m l the i i a l i o n a l
c o n v e n t i o n P. he held In Ithaca |tine 27
lo l u l y I.
11 was
council
sorority.
held
Sunday
and
lb'..mil
NINE ALUMNI ACCEPT
MYSKAN1A INVITATION
Se\ r i a l a l u m n i 111. mbefs o f M \ k.1111.1
li.n e accepted tin i l l \ i t a l i o i i lo a ' t e i l d the
birthdav d liner, scheduled f o r M a \ -II
al Ihe Motel T e n h . l ,
It is not
de.liniteh k n o w n \ e l w h o the s p e a k n ,
w i l l be.
T h e h o u r f. r a . n i b l i u e o f the mu 1111.n be chan ed f r o m l o i n 'It r l \ as was
oriio'nallv plauile ! |o as o V I o c k I . n a n 1
. f an a l u i m i i lea l b .
aiiie a f t e n i o o i i ,
informal
I'hi
w i t h an
T h r e e g i r l s f r o m Iota chapter at S y r a -
T h e class o f H i l d a K l i n k h a r l . '17. o f
M i l n e H i di school held a S h a k e s p e a r i a n
m l . lee T u e s d a y .
Supervisors o f prae
lice lea.'him; and E d w i n V a n K l c e c k , '27,
f o r m e r teacher o f the class w e r e guests.
,anie.
couceriiiue
"Macheth'1
were
d i i j e d b\ ineiiiliers o f llie class and
pari-, n i thai | i l a \ were d r a m a t i z e d and
in - nie I , I M - the parts were i n t e r p r e t e d
int.. in i d e m Kllg'lish.
iT'iilar
sc-sioii
\ f e a t u r e o f the p r o g r a m was an e x hibit o f s'age sellings at the l i m e o f
• s h a k e p e a r e and dolls in period g o w n s .
oiilar session
SK'.-tilu •. o f Shakespearian scenes were
Total.
I.no I.
Delta
Kpsilon
cuse, Betty O l d e r , G l a d y s S h e r w o o d and
I .ampniaii, '17, presi-
fntet'sororlt)
riruhacher,
Dr.
receiving
0 o'clock.
line were President
is e-.pe
Mrs.
«s.v
The
alter
headed by K u d o r a
until
he o n l y one
In enter i n l o a d l i u u i •! i at i\ e U n r k , and
iviiinen o f e x p e r i i lie. an I m a l u r i ' y w ho
desire |o he. mite • upi r\ ism- • ..r c r i t i c
teachers.
In the m i l - i f ili p a r ' m e n l I', l-'n d e r i c k
I I . Caucllyil w i l l . i i h s l i l u l e a c a i r , e iu
the study o f n i i i - i c l'n in \ \ . v i i e r to the
present l i m e ill place n l nridie !i .1
\<\i
year the orehe Ira H i l l he .1 tmli nl ac
t i v i t y w i t h i i " e n il 1 h m i r .
.rli,.,,|, uiidei tin di
The ne« l i b r a n
rectorship
of
I ' m d -v>r
Martha
(
I ' r i t c h a r i l has its f u l l r . . u r - i o u t l i n e d
I''HI' ' l i e lirsl liine tin catalogue H'.M-S
a list o f cMcits " i i 1
•-es \\ Itii h h.'iu
heen u i \ e i i b\ the 1 olleLte f a c u l t y
\
i|e- <Ti 1 it 1 \ e pamphlet o f t i n -e courses iin p r e p a r a t i o n , ami u i l l he «ei:l to scli.niland teachers , . , thai a n n . f i
court'ete
idea o f ' h i . w o r k m i ) he o b t a i n e d .
S e v e r a l e r r o r s have heen made in Ihe
catalogue iu r e l a t i o n to the deurecs 01
ihe f a c u l t y , I'residetil
\
U
llruhacher
has aim.uir.-ell.
T h e f o l l o w inn name*
should appear t h u - :
I'r.o'e
•
\.ln:i
\>.\ I ' r o i V s s o i '
i.eorue
\ Y . Rislev. I'd
K e n n e t h . I T . I:.. Miss
kaiherine E
Wheeling
\.
M.;
Miss
V.mcv
I!
M y e r s , A . II ; Miss M a n n i e T
IId
l o w s . A . I 1 ,. and M i s - \ j i e e V. 1 lear
A. II.
In
comparison
u i t h p r e \ Ions
rata
loKlies. the f o l l o w i n g l u i i r . s
. h o w the
increase in 'he student body :
102.1 T o t a l
reeMialioii,
ineludiim
s u m m e r session
I.74 1 '; r e e u l a r session,
|')J4-
soon
Alpha
•ine.
night,
p r i n c i p l e s o f education have been changed
of
its tenth a n n i v e r s a r y
Quarterly,
cir r u n p a r a l l e l
of
chapter
T w o national officers w e r e present f o r
BALL, LUNCHES AND
DINNERS EVENTS OF
SORORITIES' WEEK-END
i i . y r l i n l i i . e y , have heen placed in
precede
Km
celebrated
Ten
chnngcH in
r e q u i r e d psy
ciltilb, y, elementary psych ili>i;.v, a m i eiln
ealinnal
•
Se .iocs w i l l wear l l i e i r g o w n s to
a l l heir classes nest week, a c c o r d i n g
;o M a r c c ' l a Street, the senior class
president.
T h e y w i l l not w e a r t h e i r
caps, she said. T h i s w i l l be Ihe first
lime
' h e seniors have w o r n
their
g o w n s this year, except f o r h'riday
111 i r n i n g s at assemblies.
CREDIT
Catalogue Announces A Course
In Music From Wagner
To Present Time
several
Informal Luncheon A t H o t e l
Ten Eyck Celebrates Eta
Chapter's Founding
Seniors Will Wear Gowns, But
Not taps, To Classes Next Week
£ V » £
SCORING 33 POINTS
Phone Main 7187
l
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 13, 1927
*"8
SEVEN SORORITIES
CONDUCT ELECTIONS
Luyster To Head Delta Omega;
Strong, Eta Phi; Moore,
Chi Sigma Theta
CALENDAR
Today
7:30 P, M. Spanish Carnival—
Auditorium,
Tomorrow
G, A, A. Hike to Dean's Mills.
8:IS P. M. Spring Concert—Auditorium.
3:00 P. M. French club bridgeGymnasium,
Sunday, May 15
4 ;00 P. M. Y. W. C. A. vespersRotunda.
Tuesday, May 17
4:00 P. M. French club election—
Room B.
8:00 P. M. Freshman prize speaking contest—Auditorium.
Wednesday, May IS
7:00 P. M. Citizen Scouts meeting—Gymnasium.
7:30 P. M. Y. W. C. A. lectureRoom 101.
Thursday, May 19
8:00 P. M, Home Economics
Cabtiret—Gymnasium.
Friday, May 20
Moving-Up Day,
Seven sororities elected next year's
nllieers Monday night.
The officers of Delta Omega are:
Esther Lystcr, '28, president; Charlotte
•nes, '28, vice-president; Caroline Schiiech, '29, recording secretary; Ruth
Whecloek, '29, corresponding secretary;
Mary Martin, '28, treasurer.
lit a Phi elected tlie following officers:
Elizabeth F. Strong, '28, president;
Chrissic Curtis, '28, vice-president;
Elizabeth Pulver, '29, treasurer; Laura
Colliding, '29, recording secretary; and
Charlotte Lehman, '28, corresponding
secretary.
Chi Sigma Theta officers are: Margaret Moore, '28, president; P, Eleanor
Finn, '28. vice-president; Florence Kocn,
'29, treasurer; Mary Gain, '29, secretary.
t'si Gamma officers arc: Ruth Kelly,
'28, president; Ruth G. Moore, '28, vice- I
president ; Ethel Van Enibiirgh, '28,
OT'ttia Harding, '25, Cora Reed, '25,
treasurer; Roslyit Chapman, '28, corre- and Jean Page Scott, '25, were week-end
sponding secretary; Harriet Rarkhurst, guests at the Beta Zeta house,
'28, recording secretary.
Alpha Fpsilon I'hi officers are: Nellie Gamma Kappa Phi Initiates
Lucy Milas, '29, and Marie Havko, '30,
I'ieldman, '28, clean; Gertrude E. Britslow, sub dean; Florence M, Fischer, '29, have been received into full membership
of Gamma Kappa Phi,
scribe.
Camina Kappa l'hi officers arc: Goldena Hill:,, '28, president; Vera Wellott, Phi Delta Welcomes Two
l'hi Deltti welcomes into full member'29, vice-president; Josephine Lawrence,
'28,
recording secretary;
Marjorie ship Eleanor Brown, '30, and Ruth Van
Young, '28, corresponding secretary; Vlack, '30.
Shirley llartman, '29, treasurer.
Extends Sympathy
Mary II. Sharpe, '28, has been
Alpha Epsilon Phi extends sincere
elected president of Alpha Rho sorority, Other new officers are: vice- sympathy to Florence Marx, '30, for the
president, Altitui Mary Gervin, '28; loss of her sister, Jean.
secretary, Delia Fastnau, '30; treasurer, Anne llageman, '28; chaplain, Are Week-End Guests
Ruth L. Lehman, '28, and reporter,
Miss Blanche Merry, '26, and Miss
Marjorie Ketch,tin, '30,
Sarah Petherbridge, '26, were week-end
ETA PHI ALUMNAE DINE
guests at the Gamma Kappa Phi house.
Eta l'hi sorority held its annual alumnae dinner Saturday evening at the Sorority Pledges 5
Hotel Ten Kyck. Jane Greene, '27, was
Epsilon Beta Phi pledged Wednesday
loaslmistress. Miss Ethel lluyck, as- night the following new members:
sistant librarian, spoke for the alumnae.
liertha Zajan, '27, and Hetty Pulver, Grace Williams, '29; Marian Botto, '30;
'29, represented the active chapter. Miss Mary Degnan, '30; Evelyn Olson, '30;
M. G. Nelson, wife of Dr. Nelson of the Phyllis Uliue, '30.
education department, was guest of
honor.
Extends Sympathy
Anions the alumnae who attended the
Kappa Delta extends its deepest symdinner and stayed at the Eta Phi house
over the week-end were: Theta Mosher. pathy to Frances Hadscll, '27, on the
Helen Leitzer Mosher, Jacjucline Mon- death of her mother.
roe, Georgia Koch, Mrs. Warden, and
Beta Zeta Dines
Mrs. McCreary.
P.ela Zeta held a luncheon at 6 o'clock
SPEAKS AT HIGH SCHOOLS
Saturday evening at its house.
President A. R. Brubacher spoke to
the high schools of Cambridge, Salem, Kappa Delta Has Dance
and Granville, Mass., Wednesday, May
Kappa Delta held its house dance
II.
The subject of his address was the Saturday evening. Music was furnished
by Davis Shultes' orchestra. The dance
importance of scholarship.
Tomorrow Dr, Brubacher will address was chaperoned by Miss Mary Grahn,
the Women's League of Hudson al instructor in English.
Beacon, lie will speak on the "Next
A tea for the alumnae was given SunStep in Education."
day afternoon at Kappa Delta house.
SORORITY NEWS
EVERY TEACHER
Should Visit the Home of
Boulevard
DR. BROWNELL WILL
BE SUPERINTENDENT
Aeeepta School Post At Grosse
Polnte, Mich.; Engages 2
Seniors To Teach
Dr. S. M. Browncll, assistant professor of education, has been elected superintendent of schools at Grosse I'ointc,
Mich., a wealthy residential suburb of
Detroit, Dr. Browncll will assume his
duties next September, lie will succeed
W. L. Walling.
Grosse Politic is a suburb with a
population of 12,000 and is growing
very rapidly, The school population at
the present time is 3,000, an increase of
twenty per cent ill the present year, A
new high school building, constructed at
a cost of $1,250,000 will be ready for
use next fall. The district is one of the
wealthiest school districts in Michigan.
Dr. Browncll was asked to look the
position over during the Easter recess.
Later he received notice of his election
to it. lie will go there at a substantial
increase over his present salary.
Dr. Browncll lias engaged Ruth Lockard, '27, to teach English in the junior
high school of the system and Helen
Dorn, '27, to leach history in the senior
high school.
Dr. I'rowucll received bis master's
and doctor's degrees from Yale university. Following bis graduation from college, and preceding his advanced workhe was for two years principal of the
teacher training high school of the Slate
Teachers' college at Peru, Nebraska.
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Home Run In Seventh Gives The
Visitors A 3-2 Victory;
Captain, Allen, Star
The men's baseball team lost, 3 to 2,
WILL AWARD 2 POINTS
to Jamaica Training school in its opening game of the season Saturday afterFOR DEAN'S MILL HIKE
noon a'. Kidgcfield park.
The bike to I lean's Mills which will
lake the place of the bi-annual Indian
Ladder hike will be tomorrow, under the
auspices of the Girls' Athletic association, according to Dorothy Lasher, '28.
ITttses will leave College at 10 and
12 o'clock, Those who go on the 10
o'clock bus should lake their lunches.
Miss Lasher said.
Organized hikes will be led out from
the camping grounds. Two athletic points
will be given to G A. A. members for
ilia hike.
Supper will be furnished by the
G, A. A,
Siudeiils taking their mothers with
them on the hike have been asked to sign
up for their mothers also, Muses will
return al 5 and (1 o'clock.
CLASSICAL CLUB WILL
HAVE PICNIC; ELECTS
Allan, pitching his first game for State,
allowed the visitors only five hits in
seven innings, but a home run in the first
of the seventh by Turner, with one on
base gave Jamaica its winning margin.
Although State collected eight hits, attempts to steal bases proved costly.
Suite had its big inning in the fifth
when il scored two runs. Taylor beat
out an infield hit. Griffin was thrown
on:, but Coff pounded out a single to
center. VV'hislon doubled into right field,
scoring Taylor and Coff, Winston was
lagged OIII as he attempted to steal third.
Allan beat the catcher's throw to first
when the latter dropped the third strike.
Klein reached first on an error. At this
stage of the game, with two on bases,
Iwo out and Nephew up, Allan went out
on an attempted steal of third.
In the seventh frame, with Stale holding a 2 to I lead, Turner pounded out
the home run with Amanii on base. It
was a lerriflic clout, the hall lauding in
the tennis courts.
Captain Kuczynski made a spectacular
one handed catch of Spillane's hard drive
in the seventh inning.
Taylor replaced Allan in the box in
the seventh, Allan going to right field,
lie held the visitors in check for the
rest of I lie name.
Fitzpatl'ick pitched good ball for Jamaica and kept State's hits well scattered.
The victory was Jamaica's fifth in eight
starts this season.
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l/or the fourth successive year the
prcsetfl: junior class has elected a
man as president. Gilbert E. Ganoiig,
'28, defeated Ruth CI. Moore in Friday's election.
The present junior president is
Richard A. Jensen, and last year
Francis E, Griffin was president.
PHI DELTA ADDS CHAPTER
kiln! M. IlLland, '25, national president HI l'hi Delta sorority, attended
the national convention of the sorority
ii Vernon Manor hotel, Cincinnati,
Ohio, recently. The delegates were entertniued by Epsilon chapter al the
I hih crsily of ('ini'iniiali.
Miss llislaiid stopped on her return
nip at Washington, I). (.'.. to install
i group at George Washington univerMarion Zaph, '28, is first consul of sity as Zeta chapter. The installation
Classical club for next year. Other was held al the Mayllower hotel,
officers are: second consul, Kosiua Thursday evening, April 21,
Holmes, '2X; scriptor, Marion Pox, '29;
quaestor, Ethel Cashman, '29; nttntitts,
Elizabe'h Dodge; '28.
An amendment to the constitution was
adopted at the last meeting of the chili
by which members will be admitted after
completing Latin I or Creek I Instead of
after the completion of both courses as
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