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N E W Y O R K STATE COLLEGE F O R T E A C H E R S
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XT. No. 35
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K e y s , i n s t e a d nf t h e e t i - l o n i a i v pins
w i l l be a w a i d e d i b i s y e a r I n ib'e f u i n
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the
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in T i n association F r i d a y .
I t was ace p i e d a m i the a s s o c i a t i o n g a v e a r i s n.g v o t e i,l t h a n k s t n t h e h o a r d .
• v '"'-e t h a n fifteen h u n d r e d
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the t r e a s u r y .
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h i i ' f f a c t o r in the s u r p l u s , t h e r e p o r t
hows.
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president.
T h e c o m m i t t e e w i l l d i r e c t the pageants,
dedications,
News Now Offers 35 Issues For
M . a i u l i pi, m i . s ,,| the
$2.25, Its Lowest Price In Years • lent b Mv w i l l b, L i k e n
Many ri the present senior class
will be subscribers to next year's
S i vi i (
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indications this week. Many seniors are themselves subscribing for
next year with the announcement
that the price has betn reduced
from $3.00 to $2.25. Underclassmen with senior friends are sieving
upon the reduced-price oiler and
are giving subscriptions for graduation presents.
T h e new price will be the lowest
at which the Ni.vv - has sold in
years, and will be possible only
with the volume of mail circulation
that is anticipated. P r o b a b l y about
thirty-live issues will be printed,
thus ensuring subscribers of that
many weekly installments of the
day-to-day history of State College.
to
Saratoga,
Alexander
.•iiid o t h e r
EXPECT QUARTERLY
the his
sesqui-cenlcnnial
c i t y w i l l be h o n o r a r y
T w o h u n d r e d anil n i n e t y three l i a n a
laureate degrees and a l e u I
n a r y ile
grces w i l l be c o n f e r r e d at ccniiiiieiieeineiil
this year, a c c o r d i n g to President A . K.
lirubaeher.
T h e commencement
mil,
end w i l l start b'ridav, l i m e 17, w i t h senior
elass day exercises! ' R u t h l . o c k a r d , '17,
is c h a i r m a n i d class (lav a r r a n g e m e n t s .
Mi\s
l.ockard
has also
been
elected
loastmistrcss
f o r tin- senior
breakfast.
M n i i d a y , June _'ll. K u d o r a I .ainpnian i in c h a r g e i d senior hrc.ik I a.-.l a r r a n g e
ineiits.
S a t u r d a y , I line IS, w i l l be a l u m n i day.
T h e p r o g r a m includes reuiiiuiis in the
morning, f r o m 8 u n t i l 1_' n'cluck. a b u d
ness m e e t i n g at 1_' ..'cluck in die audi
l i . r i u m , and the a l u m n i luncheon in die
g y m n a s i u m at 1 o ' c l o c k .
A new feature o f a l u m n i (lay this year
w i l l he a pageant, to replace the usual
stunts, a c c o r d i n g t..
Hilda
SUIT,
'17,
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plan--.
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pageant in the a f t e r n
i w ill he under
the d i r e c t i o n o f M i s - M a n ( i r a h u . in
s t r u c l o r in l . n g l i s l i .
Mmilt twelil> live
seniors and a l u m n i w i l l take part.
Prcsi
dent
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seniors and a l u m n i at -t n'cluck.
A t six u'cluck d i n n e r w i l l 1"' >crv cd ill
the c a f e t e r i a to the class euiiueiloi - under
the c h a i r i n a i i s h i p of M r s . A d a m I. I ' . l e ing, '88.
In the evening there w i l l hi' a step sing
on the f r o n t steps of the I o l l c g e . I..I
I,,wed by a dance ..a the sidewalk
.
T h e tenth aiun'v ersarv d i n n e r ,,i Mykania
w i l l he S a t u r d a y
at d o'clock
( I n i i c r u i i N i l and the I h a m a t i c and
\n
council are h a \ ing r e u n i o n . l i n n , is at tin
same t i m e . T h e ranipil-. sing w ill hdlow
mi the ( ollcge steps at 8 o'clock.
S u n d a v at d ait) o'clock die b a i v a l a n r e
ale ,aidless w i l l he g i v e n bv .he Kev
J. \ . M u l d e i i h a w i r, past a of the \ \ . .1
minister I 'resbyleriau church
T h e sinior breakfast
w i l l he s e r u . l
M
lav m o i n i i i e at the I h a , ' I , n k v, k.
At
id:.ID o'clock ;'ie acadeimc
pm
eessioii across tin pla/a w i l l lake place
Dr. l l e i i i v
Thomas M o o r ,
pr. idem oi
S k i d l l l o r e college, w i l l he die o a i l i u e n e ,
meni
speaker.
The
Kev. ' harles
I,
I ' m p i e . l a t h e r of K u l l i banpi,', ' '',. w i l l
give the i n v o c a t i o n
committee
the
appointment
week
Myskania To Celebrate Tenth
Anniversary W i t h Dinner
On June 18
P a g e a n t Replaces Stunts
slate
celebration
SPEAKS J U N E 20
lilt.- i n n
seniur practices fur
the
academic
procession
(if
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li.llowi u g class d a v , p r e c e d i n g
the
seniur
h a l l , a n d d i r e c t l y f o l l o w i n g t h e baccalaureate
service-,
Professor A .
A.
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facultv
marshal,
aniiiiuiiced
Wednesday.
Neither practice shniild
lake mure than
lifteen
m i n u t e s , he
said.
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NEAR $ y 0 0 -HIDLEY
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Lockard Has Charge Of Class
Day; Lampman Of Senior
Breakfast
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, JUNE 3, 1927
2
State College
News
ESTABLISHED BY T H E CLASS OF 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for Teachera
T H E N E W S BOARD
E D W I N V A N KLEECK
Editor-in-Chief
Kappa Delta Rho House, West 4314
HELEN ZIMMERMAN
Business
Manager
868 Madison Avenue, West 4C46-R
VIRGINIA H I C C I N S
Managing
Editor
550 Washington Avenue, West 2096-J
SARA BARKLEY
Associate Managing
59 So. Lake Avenue, West 1695-J
Editor
THEI.MA
TEMPLE
Subscription
Manager
Psi Gamma House, West 2752
SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS
KATHAHNE BLCNIS, '21
JULIA FAY, '27
THILMA L. B t i z u , '27
LOUISE 1). GUNN, '27
JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS
ADELAIDE HOLUSTEI, '28
LELA VAN SCIIAICK, '28
MA»Y JUDITH LANODON, '28
DOROTHY WATTS, '28
RUTH H. MCNUTT, '27
KENT PEASE, '27
MARGARET PROVOST, '27
BERTHA ZATAK, '27
KATHLEEN DOUGHTY, '28
RUTH FLANAOAN, '28
MILDRED GABEL, '28
R 'TH G. MOORI, '28
GERTRUDE BRASLOW, '29
ROSE DRANSKY, '29
MOLLIS KAUFMAN, "29
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MAY T
KLIWKS, '29
FLORENCE KOEN, '29
BESSIE LArEDES, '29
LORENA MARCUS, '29
ELIZABETH PULVER, '29
CAROLINE SCIILEICH, '29
VERA BELLE WELLOTT, '29
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS
ERWIN L. BAKER, '27
DOROTHY HANDLON, 'VI
THOMAS P. FALLON, '29
ANNE HOLROYD, '28
FRANCIS E. GRIFFIN, '28
MILDRED LANSLEY, '29
KATIIERINE SAXTON, '28
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WILLIAM M. FRENCH, Director of Headline and Copy-Reading Classes
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The News does not necessarily endorse sentiments expressed in
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will be preserved if so desired.
SECOND
P R I Z E AS " A M E R I C A ' S BEST TEACHERS
N E W S P A P E R , " C. S. P . A., 1927.
COLLEGE
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ALBANY, N . Y., J u n e 3 , 1927
Vol. X I , No. 35
THE 1927 NEWS BOARD "SIGNS OFF"
T h e 1927 NEWS hoard writes "finis" tn its work with today's issue. It has been a thoroughly satisfying experience
to help with the N E W S this year, and the hoard is happy in
leaving the paper in competent hands, Foi its mistakes
both of omission and of commission, for its errors in fact,
in judgment and in taste, the board is sorry. If we "had
it to do over again," we should try lo do better. Since we
cannot "do it over again," we are glad [hat others, who
have been tried and tested and proved true, can. Hoards
come and go, but the .Views, this board hopes, will go on as
long as there is a State College. The 1927 board, with
gratitude to the student body for its faith and support and
with high expectations for the MEWS' future, says goodbye.
CAMPUS COMMISSION NEEDED
A year's experience with the campus commission has
proved its value. All of the commission's activities have
proved of service. The appearance of the halls has been
improved by the work of the poster-hanging committee.
The lost and found committee has rendered much help.
The other groups have worked hard and have done well.
There need be no hesitancy about making the commission
permanent. It fills a need.
"THE TEMPEST"
After Marcclla Street's remarks in assembly Friday regarding tiie presentation tonight and tomorrow night of
"The Tempest," nothing remain.-, to be said excepting,
"Attend the performance." The play will give pleasure
and il is worthwhile. A vast amount of care and effort
has gone into its production. It deserves support and encouragement.
THE FINANCE BOARD'S WORK
The student association thanks the finance board for the
admirable report given lasl Friday. \ ' o estimate can be
made of the amount of money the board annually saves ihe
students of the College by its painstaking regulali
f
expenditures through the budget. Til" collection of the
budget is a long and difficult task. That ii is not thankless is evidenced by the elithusiaslie way in which the association Friday thanked the board. The lax system, as n
works out at Stale College, is an example for other institutions. T o Professors llidley and York and in ihe students
of the board, mary thanks are due.
NEEDED: A COLLEGE EENCL
Tile necessity of a fence about the College grounds is
becoming c o r e apparent daily, a-- Ihe annual spring ravage-,
of a large part of the viciuit/s population no "ii The plan
for fencing, which has had the nnipiulilicd approval of all
who have commented on il, should be hurried as much as
possible. The fence is needed and needed hadh to put an
end to the abuses of the College grounds and to afford a
measure of priv.nv now almosi entirely lacking for otil-of
door activities. Paths are being worn across ihe campus
Ii) trespassers. The route through the buildings proper i>
even being u-cd as a shorten! by n u n . women, children and
dogs alike. The grass has been ruined in -pots, the campus,
already too crowded with the student population, is over
run with outsiders. The neighborhood children use the
grounds for their play, and it would lake ihe full-time
services of an employe to stop halt all tin,.
In addition, the College must curtail much of the valuable outdoor athletic work which might be done because
the gP'Uiids, as they are at present, offer abotil as much
privacy as does the traditional gold-fish howl. The women
students cannot go about their physicial training work oi
their sports without colliding a crowd, oi ihe curious, who
are not content with watching from ihe sidewalks but who
make themselves culiicly at home all over the place.
The sooner the College can have the grounds fenced,
the soonei these nuisances will be ended,
DEWEY'S "EXPERIENCE AND NATURE"
IMPORTANT BOOK, D R . BEIK F I N D S
Experience and Nature.
By John Dewey. 443 pp. The
Paul C a m s Foundation Lectures, I. Chicago Open Court
Publishing Co.
In interpreting experience as it occurs in the na.aral
world, Dr. Dewey attempts to set aside the traditional
methods of the philosophers—the older empiricism, physical
science as a beginning, psychological science as a necessary
foundation—and makes use of a new empirical method.
Me would make the real test of this method "whether the
guide and standard of beliefs lies within or without the
shareable situations of life" (he holds that the non-empirical philosophies take the position in effect of claiming
"a private access to t r u t h " ) , and he would declare intellectual piety toward experience to he "a precondition of the
direction of life and of tolerant and generous cooperation
among men".
Thus, with the whole of experience as subject matter and
with this new empirical method, the author is able to attack the problem of existence and arrive at a solution which
avoids the necessity of accepting existence as either something absolutely fixed or something absolutely uncertain,
precarious. Problems of existence become problems of the
"rate and mode of the conjunction of the precarious and
the assured". In a similar manner, "ends", "history",
"means", "knowledge", all come to be interpreted in terms
of progressive experience, as do also such things as "communication", "meaning", "mind", and "ideas and consciousness". "Experience, Nature and A r t " find a place as title
of a later lecture, and the volume ends with a discussion
of "Existence, Value and Criticism".
This series of lectures,—the first, by the way, to be published "on the foundation in memory of Paul Cants"—
would hardly be suitable for freshman assignments. T h e
nature of the problems dealt with is such as to make them
rather heavy reading and the characteristic Dewey style
compels the reader lo thin!: as he reads. For one with a
philosophic bent, they should have much of interest. Finally,
no person who goes far in the philosophy of education
could well afford to neglect the volume, for both author
and book will undoubtedly occupy commanding positions
for years to come.
- A . K. R.
Benjamin
Franklin, Ihe First Civilised American,
liv
Phillips Russell. $5.00. 332 pp. N'ew York: Brentano's.
The same praise that was given in this column last week
lo a biography of a foreigner by a foreigner must be given
here to a biographv bv an American of one whom he has
pleased to call "the first civilized American." Kttssell has
explained that he so christened franklin "because at an
American period eminent for narrowness, superstition, and
bleak beliefs he was mirth fill, generous, open-minded,
learned, tolerant and humor-loving. Pecause he was the
first American man of the world in the sense that he was
the first American worldman." Although Russell, it must
be admitted, fails to prove entirely this thesis, he does
furnish a volume thai deserves a high rank among the
Franklin literature. The solid portions of the book, rather
than those which have been used more widely in exploiting
the volume, contain its real merit. Russell's" Franklin will
no! be the final Franklin, any more than is its subject's
autobiography. Neither is a complete picture. Hut Russell's is an interesting one. far more so, we think, than was
franklin's own.
Ihiun.
My Irving Bachcllcr. $2.50. 337 pp. \ ' e w Y o r k :
Macmilhn.
Irving Hacheller's newest novel bears the subtitle, "A
l.nsi Romance of the Time of Christ," and is the story of
the Creek girl to whom Jesus said, "X'either do I condemn
thee; go ami sin no more." 'flic story relates first of her
passion for a young Jew, and then of her misfortunes which
led to her meeting with those who knew Jesus, and her
glimpses of Jesus himself. T h e telling is intense with the
interest of the woman's love and sin and tragedy, and for
a background the author has painted a very real picture of
the time of Christ. A story of ibis type h a , almost universal appeal, and liacheller knows well how to make the
most of his material. Hut he has not gone about his wotk
slipshodlv 'fhe narrative is enriched with detail of setting
and local color.
Zimmerman Makes Arrangement!
For Bound Volamet Of The News
Several students and members of
the staff of the STATE COLLEGE N E W S
have asked if it will be possible to
have bound volumes made of their
copies of this year's NEWS, This
is being arranged by several members of the board wdio themselves
•want the bound volumes. O t h e r s
who have kept their copies and
want them hound, may notify Helen
Zimmerman, '27, business manager.
T h e price will not be determined
until the number of copies to be
bound is known.
Some students may lack a few
issues to make their volume complete. A few extra copies of most
of the issues a r e available and m a y
be obtained from Miss Zimmerman.
COLLEGE BRIEFS
Elizabeth Bender, '27, will sail today
lor a three m o n t h s ' trip in Europe.
Miss Bender spent last summer in
California.
R e t u r n s F r o m N e w York
Dean Anna E. Pierce has relumed
to College after spending the weekend in Xew York.
Appoint T w o Delegates
Ina l.angschur, '28, and Helen Eraser, '2'), have been appointed delegates
lo ihe home economics conference at
Ashville, X. C , J u n e 20 to 2-1.
Will G o to Canada
Miss Jeanetta Wright, instructor of
chemistry, will spend her vacation in
Canada.
Beta Zeta
Dines
Beta Zeta held its annual bancjuel
al the H a m p t o n hotel Saturday night.
Miss Maude Malcolm, instructor in
French, and Miss Jean Stewart, instructor in home economics, were
guests. Several alumnae were present
FROM
OTHER
COLLEGES
University of Wisconsin President Glenn Frank has
sent otil -1(1,1X111 coiumeiiceineiil invitations to alumni. This
i (-presents the largest alumni niailin« list in the history
of llu- university. Ii will reipiiie -)-),.stKJ two fellt stamps
and .SIX) live cent stamps for postage.
Ohio Xoithei n university Each member ol the senior
,la,s hen- will be assessed one dollar for the class memorial, which will probably be a mister oi lights on the
campus.
University ol Colorado bach year the uiihlau.liiiy man
m the freshman class here is presented with a brown
dei by hat bv his class.
University of Akron -Members ui the journalism staffs
have made a higher average grade during the last three
years than the university average, according lo the registrar's annual tabulation.
FORUM
BURKE LIKE SHAW,
CLAIMS MR. BURKE
Yea, And H e Is State's Own
Harriet Beecher Stowe,
Ye Ed Avers
Tn THE EDITOK OF INK NEWS:
I wonder what has hern the aim of all Hi.recent criticism of Arviil llurkc in Ihe Nfivvttffair
jVisi'iy.
That "sheet (if paper inentium ,l
5is5,n:=;»-,.'in ™-;:";,:;::
ment of assumption and because il way finn
a better .,-ay of choosing those who .„•<• n,
exercise governmental powers. On llic ..ilu-i
The editor characterized il as "a e'ever inl „i
psycl fc'y," but I must say that iis Hi,-, i
was greatly lessened liv the almost as ch-v. ,
plans of another group (thanks to the so
-'
What then is the aim of all this criticism
aimed at me. None ,'f il seems to lie diieen I
at Hiv motion (and could i t ? l , lull il •- all
directed at my methods of gelling il pas..-d.
nainelv: ( I I mv Shavian method of slacking
people into thinking and (.'I my "clever l.,i
„ f psychology" for having il pas-rd.
I will
not attempt to justifv these means, hut I will
say that they worked in Ihis ease ami il>. -.
have worked "in History. Was the aholisl,,,,, ,„
of slavery effected In anv oilier means ili.-u
liv getting Ihe ihinkcrs to think and the ma--,
in feel.
Yours sincerely,
\nvin Hi K M
Mv
DEAD
MR.
IICRKK:
Your modest reference in llle above lo .'ll,rl
famous crusades in our history, makes M appi"
priale to express 'he belief that when the -t." >
of our College shall lie finally vvril. the nam.
of Aivi.l llurkc will go down t „ all lime iSlate's own Harriet lleeeher Stowe, llu- |,„.-,l
Abraham Lincoln who said thai s cdav In
would ,/,•< thai llnng (Mvskanial ! \\ ill v.,u
pardon'our picking :, slight Haw in Hi.- almus,
perfect swell of your written eln>|Uence lal'
other greal men have had small, spin fnl rn
einies)? You say the editor rharacl.-i i/rd v.nn
plan as " a clever bit of ps.vchnh.gv " The dm
voice of
onscience, peeping through ll,"s
I.reeding places of ini(|uilv. Myskaoi,, and II
STATU 1'.,I.I.I-:,.I- N'r.us. bid-'us affirm thai i.ila-'i
the editor didn'l so characterize Ho- | I.e.
Diligent search in on. files lads lo rev. al th.e
he made any such statement,
To show ..•:
good feeling, however, we will sav thai, po.p
erly managed, the plan mi,ilit have hern .
"clever hit of psychology."
I'nfurlunatclv, Mr. llurkc, we o;
,i ago,
with your thesis, suggested above thai the en
justifies even that IVpe of means which v.i
yourself refuse lo justify,
W'hai v .u i . . i i i
call
vour
"Shavian
method"
(shades ••••
<!. II. S . l l we fear i , nol cnlirol) appici oil.
even by what you icon ihe greal uiillnukn...
masses ..f our studeni bodv, whom v..u -,-,-k i
make " f e e l . " The student bo.lv, we " I ' d ,
has been -.. long ac. Ilsluinrd lo leailels nil ,
adopted i
e open methods thiil it fails i., ,,
prcciale land perhaps resents a hil) an attnnpi
at llickery, even when don,' by n second .-low,
or Lincoln or Shaw tor the noble and gL.n ui
purpose of lu'li -(j mankind to a higher -i.-.nd.ed
Miss Scotland R e t u r n s
Miss Minnie B. Scotland, instructor
hi biology, wdio has been on a year's f o r l o o s i n g " I h e m . , s „ s " f,
s l a v e r v l o III.
leave of absence at Cornell university, Monster Myskania.
diligent search has likewise fad .1
has completed her course of si tidy to Another
disclose in the columns of l l u - glial hul
there ami has returned to Albany.
v-p;
W e l c o m e s Pledges
Alpha Rho welcomes into pledge
m e m b e r s h i p Ruth Wesley, '27: Ruth
E. Hales, ' 2 " ; Rose C. Sherman, '29;
Mildred E. H a w k s , 'JO, and Mildred
Sleinke, 'JO.
Mr. Iluikc, l „ « h i , l , ...
1,1'er above. There are ,, lellci ,,i lw,, li'oi,
HI..-I.MIIS . . h i d i n g von, I.,11 Ihev are In.I I I ,
NKVV.' and were print,-,! mil-, breiu-., ,-. ,
icgiei more cverv da) H I I ' d ,t our dun
1" publish student lellcrs.
Ii ,- uufm tnu.ii.
iheic. for . „ I , „ i , ,
'bat such criiicism is
great leaders have had lo sul'le; ,he pmb
auacks ol unprincipled new spapn». inaloi .
ps.vch,,|,igicall'),'\na'ri'yHlo'niU'alw'!-os '.o!,'-''"l',l
"ilh "unilnnking masses", \ „ . ,.|,, |;„,(,
Sister Visits Miss Phillips
Miss Bessie Phillips of Xew Ro- of >'oU, because ,1 has none lo p'l'l'l'i't, and'.d •'
I.,,,
chelle, visited her sister, Miss Helen because, unlike von,self, „ l „ l „ ves II
suliicienlly inlcresle.l in Ih, suhj,', , i
\l. Phillips, instructor in English, lasl isu'l
uairai.l Ihe space. There is no c i i l l , ,-,,,. \l
week end.
llurkc, bin
, ,, hup,, ilc.,1 in lain v . i i s ih.
T o Stay in Albany
Adventures
in Habit-Craft.
( C h a r a c t e r in t h e M a k i n g . )
lo-l pp. N'ew Y o r k :
liv H e n r y P a r k Schailfller.
$2.00.
Maeinillan.
' f h e m e t h o d advocated and i l l u s t r a t e d in tins w o r k is a
h a n d c r a f t a p i a t i o i i o f the p r o j e e l m e t h o d , developed by
Piofessors Dewey and Kilpalrick.
A f t e r ihe children r o n slrucl a mechanism
(habit-model)
w h i c h visualizes t h e
habit u n d e r siud.v ihey a r e s h o w n how In t r a n s f e r t h e i r
interest f r o m the h a b i t - m o d e l w h i c h t h e y have b u i l t t h e m selves l o ihe ".stroke-, o f b e h a v i o r " necessary f o r i h e f o r m a
l i o n o f t h e habit. " P a r e n t a n d teacher agree that a clean,
s e l f - r e l i a n t , w e l l r o u n d e d c h a r a u e r is not f o r m e d in a m o ment or b) c h a n c e . " t h e a u t h o r (ells us. " C e r t a i n w a y s o f
a c t i n g , d i a l is, habits that u n d e r l i e c h a r a c t e r , s p r i n g o n l y
f r o m an urge deeply e n o u g h lodged lo sustain persistent
e f f o r t , " he .ays, H i s book altetnpts t o present a c u r r i c u l u m
and u i e l h o d b\ w h i c h teacher a m i parelll m a y help t h e c h i l d
I " , O U T h c a r l i l v i n t o the a d u ' i i l u r c .o h a l m c r a f t .
THE STUDENT
W i l l i a m ( i . K e n n e d y , assistant p r o
j I'essor o f c h e m i s t r y ,
w i l l spend t h e
I s u m m e r in A l b a n y .
Miss Stokes Recuperating
A report from the .Albany hospital
where Miss Ellen C. Stokes, instructor
n mathematics, has been ill for three
weeks, says thai she is recuperating
rapidly.
S w i m m i n g Classes Stof
S w i m m i n g classes w e r e h e l d f o r t h e
lasl l i m e t h i s semester T u e s d a y eveni n n . M a j 2-1, al Math 3.
•V:WS will he able lo s,-,v, " W e knew hue
when he w.is j u , i slarluig h i , nprt.-iol , I
''
N.oiis, will, a.buitaiii.u. foi ,1,
,.
•
Ibe hope of a mankind raised i „ ., Inglin
slainblld. and , c a l l i n g Pope's v
I-, " \ I, , .
kliowledge ,s i, d a n g , , , „ i , l|,i„g,"
BRUBACHER ADVOCATES
IDEA "CLEARING HOUSE"
" N o l e a c h e r c a n H O o n l e a c h i n g in
delinilely without periodic adjiiMniciits
:i1 s
c ci i n i a I c l e a r i n g h o u s e o f i d e a ainl p r i n c i p l e s , " Presideui
\
!.'. I ' m
b a c h e r d e c l a r e d in , m a r l i c l e in i n
M a j issue of N'ew Y o r k S t a l e F i l m . ,
State Girls Cherish Cackener, Heinemann;
Men Reverence "Marvelous Marty" Barry
State College men have long cherishcl
I their traditional basketball prowess, and
j still speak in hushed tones ,,f "Marvelous Marty" Harry, the semi-mythical
basketball hero, lint State College girls
reveteuce t w o stars of the first magnitude and any number of lesser lights.
The two most remarkable girl athletes
graduated from State College, accordi n s t " Miss J . Isabelle J o h n s t o n , instructor in physical education, are Lela
Cackener, '22, and Wilhelinina Heinemann, '24.
Hoth were all-around athletes. No
records have been kept of Miss Cacke-
licr's honors, since the Ides of llle t o i l - '
Athletic association have been in in,e
only since l'ij.|.
Miss Heinemann starred in basketball,
swimming, hockey, and soccer. She
holds the women's undergraduate records in the shot put and the basketball
iiirow.
Other good athletes ol the year 1924
were Emily lidding, llildcga.de Liebich,
and Elizabeth Bach. In VJ25, Fiotwice
Craddock and Dorothy Hoyt starred.
Last year the best athletes were Eliza
beth Milinine and Jeanetta Wright.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, JUNE 3, 1927
FACULTY PLANNING
SUMMER VACATIONS
COLLECE BUILDINGS, AND PLAZA WHERE ACADEMIC PROCESSION MARCHES COMMENCEMENT DAY
Summer Camps, Motor Trips
And Summer School Figure
In Schedules
Dr. Harry W . Hastings, chairman o(
the LngLsh department and Mrs. Hastings will spend the summer at their camp
mi Lake Dtmmure.
T . F r e d e r i c k I I . C'andlyn, i n s t r u c t o r i n
music, and M r s . C a n d l y n w i l l spend the
sntumcr
vacation
motoring
through
northern New
York, New
Hampshire
and V e r m o n t .
D u r i n g the s u m m e r lliev
y, i l l also visit St. I l . v a - i n t h and Quebec
in Canada.
P r o f e s s o r C l i l T o r d A . U ' o o d a r d , head
"l"
the biology department, and
Mrs
\
d a r d w i l l spend the s u m m e r c o l l i i t i;i'-; b i o l o g i c a l specimens. T h e y w i l l l o u r
the c i.-isl o f M a i n e
Miss H a z e l K'owley, i n s t r u c t o r in phv
• c- plans l.i stud} advanced - i n d i e , in
l l i " mi i l e n i t h e o r y o f physic-, at t u r a c i l
I I M \ I : S . ' \ (his s u m m e r .
Miss K l i z a h e d i S h a v e r . -upt TV i-.or o l
practice t e a c h i n g , is spending the week
i n 1 at L a k e C e o r g c .
Miss M a r y I', I. u h h , l i b r a r i a n , pi.in
l i s|iend a i i r i e f v a c a t i o n in the \ d i i
o-ndnck- a l t e r her work- In the t'ollei;e
-:
ler school.
Miss J. Isahelle J . , h i i - | . , n . i n s t r u c l o r in
p l n - . i a l e d u c a t i o n , w i l l spend llie siilll
nier vacation at t a m p I o g s w c l l vv i l h the
ANNQUNCKS GRADES
I ' r o l e s s o r C h a r l o t t e L o c h , head o f the
I'reiicli d e p a r t m e n t , has announced l l i . i '
a'l j u n i o r m a j o r s i n P r e a c h w h o l o o k
th.- e x a m i n a t i o n f o r o r a l credit rei civ i d
passing grades.
MISS PERINE TELLS Oh
HER VISIT TO GREECE
M . - s E u n i c e A . I ' e r i n e . h e a d o f the
a n d e p a r t m e n t , n o w i n E u r o p e o n sabn a . i c a l leave, i n a l e t t e r t o D e a n A n n a
E P i e r c e d e s c r i b e s h e r recent \ i - i l t o
tireece.
Q u i t e a b i t u f her j o u r n e y
was b y a u t o .
She v i s i t e d M l . < H y m pia, A l l i e n s , t h e p l a i n s o f M a r a t h o n
a n d o t h e r I'ainotis ( I r e e k v a l l e y s .
A \ i - ' t i • t r a g i c House, the h e o l .
llniri;,
W . i . l - u . i r t h I .one, f e l l o w , vv ., , ., !
l; a l u r e o i the \ i-.it o f I h a r l n t l e J,.: j. •.,
% and U n t i l Lane. 'AS. I,, tin c u v c u
li
I the M i m i c a l ! Eederal
t \ilill l l o - l HI r c e e n i l v .
The*
were dele
eali - l r o m the I ollege D r a m a t i c and
\ r l a-Micialimi.
v - . i l In the f a i l i l i a ' e v e n
" I was ,
inn . i n n in the cilv vv.,- up. m i l l o r the
hem I'll - I the di lee.nl. -," M i - |..ne-
S e e i n g the P a r t h e n o n b y m o o n l i g h t
w a s o n e o f t h e h i g h s p o t s o f the t r i p ,
writes M i s . Periue.
S h e w a s o n "The.
H i l l of the Coddes.s" nine times .on!
a l s o w e n t t o see t h e p r i s o n o f Sncrate--.
It is a deep c a v e i n t h e n a t i v e r o c k ,
o p p o s i t e the A c r o p o l i s , o n a - l o p e o i
the hillside t h a t f a c e - the P a r t h e n o n
H e r e , at s u n s e t S o c r a t e s was s u p p o s e d
lo have d r u n k the h e m l o c k .
\l
In-
the r.ilillil I ible .hem I' at the >
Inn, I when
tin del.-.'al. - - l a
as.ociai o n . I ' m lessor I-1,a ence | i W h i t e
Vassal- college.
'I In- a - s o e i a t i o n is nation.il in - i ope
u i l h chapters in e v e r y -tale.
T h e aim
,,i the u r p a n i / a l i o n is to In. i b l a l e t i n
1, aching o l L i em ii i l l \ l u e l ii nil -, In,,,Is
umber o f Iheni
r
lie llie
F E E
wen
WRITES
,„,],,.
club
',;;,.iei',, I
r, ,-, m l v .
'I h,
1
the ~.\i.iln.'c
p .111 in n l -
\ , -1 \ i .
Link.
CLUB ELECTS
ill
k plan
'I a, ,l.,v
in
l<
Inlet,'
3 FACULTY WIN FROM t h e
, In
TEAM OF CHECKER CLUB
eel
bnv.
ll
. - I I I . I,
- M P h, ..Id
I., pnv
;
1
h.i, k "
-ii. .
h.,,1 b u l l
...! . . I
I
QUALITY
SHOE REPAIRING
0
Robin
.
.
| Street
Professor W
l a i d , head
l l l l o lo
l sfl y the
c l c cht ii- j
l o r y depai n n e i i l . wa
f a c u l t y adviser.
A eoiisliiulioii
w a - adopted at the
club's last m e e t i n g .
\ special n n v i - i o i
was included i b a l in case o f the p r e - i
dent's absence, the s e c r e t a r y w i l l preside
Qliii block
,, t
,.
,-
from the College
m
J. COSTANZO
I'KOI'KII
library.
Normanskill Farm Dairy
'-. c ndarv S c l I- and the T r a i n i n g o f
Mioloev
'leachers,"
l-'rauk's " H o w to
'leach
dciieral
Science."
freeman's
"Mental
T e s t s . " (,ill-Ill's
"Criminulogy
and P e n a l l y . " M i i l a y ' s " K i n g ' s H e n c h m a n . " K'oger's "l-di i t u i i i - o f I n d u s t r i a l
1
hi n i i - i i v . '
W il -oil's
" P r o x y l i n and
T i n book n ceived n- a g i f t f r o m the
hi-t. r.v 5 c l i s - ,- •(,,-,,rge W a s h i n g t o n "
b. l-.'un rt l l m d u - - .
'I bos, received a - edits o f the class
oi
1"-'., , . i M i l n e
Mieb
school a r e :
" P i i i l i ..lid P r e j u d i c e . " bv lane
Wistcn
,ud i l b i - t i M i e d bv l i r o c k ; " O d y - s e v f o r
>•• v ..nd 1,11b ' bv C h u r c h , and " K i d 1 • | . . d , ' bv Stevenson.
I'..,tile,I Milk and Clean
I OK
Shoe Shining and Repairing
ICE
Crepe Sole
Fancy Leathers
$5.50 to $8.50
FEAREY'S
44 No. Pearl
8 4
Practice,"
f"w*A-- :
- b , .ild " I I
-.lie vv ill
and
bher new books , n the shelves a r c :
i'MI-.. I,-,--' ' • M o d e r n M e t h o d s in H i g h
N - I H .1 T e a c h i n g , " Pulley's " B i o l o g y i n
I
-pcnl.,1-
Profession
A . \< l l r u b a c h e r , has been
1
an a d d n
I l a l l i u , pin
welcome bv ( v i m - I
..1 t h e | ! o , t o n S01 ., Iv .-1 S c u l l , ' .
, I I I I. diin-cloi o f e d u c t i o n il w o r k I I I
1 Ni w Y o r k n i u - e i i i i i . rem! an m l . I n -. ,,1,
'< mi- Debt I,, lb,- P a - l . " vvr.it, n bv
Pre-ident
purchased by the College
RECIPE
„
, mat cspeech,--
"Teaching:
I'.v
"
vv.re l e i . l i . i - . p a i n ! . : . . , , , . , , ' , , , ]
sculptors.
A
j
I
LIBRARY GETS A COPY
OF BRUBACHER'S BOOK
in i n ; , .
niacin i m i i i
she p l a n .
; n , ) ( ) l .| ) ( :
(V
SPORT OXFORDS
• I n , IMI.II:--
lo
.^mmmmss^^- ; -
mles estimate,] llie inunber o l ,|, l e g a l ,
I l b , i - o i i v e i r i o i i a - - M l . ni..-t o l tl
Miers.
\ri Museum 1
COMMISSION 10 SELL
UNCLAIMED ARTICLES
I
v. i . lln- p ,|i o m c e r t bv the l!i,,|.,n Svtu , ( ,
„h Hi) o r c h e s t r a . " said M i s - Lai ,
Mi.- I
I!
„ "Win! !
Proles.sor l b a r l o l t i Loeb. head o l the
in.- . . i i i
l-'reneh d e p a r t m e u l .
ha-. b c - n eleeted
pies den! m lln- M i n i
v dlev ehaptei
,,t the A m e r i c a n A s s o c i a t i o n o f T e a c h
,-rs , , i Preneh.
T h . - other officers
arc:
first
\ ice
liresidenl,
Professor
\.
Dill'ierpmil.
L.-ns.-elaer P o l y t e c h n i c i u - t i l u t e ;
icon,I
< , l . i - - , - 1. vv. h
vne pl'i-iilcnt,
M i s s t.elleviev
l!|,«-l.e,
I.,re, 111 mil >< 1 .,1
S, h, in- lad)
High
s,| I ; ihn.l
vice
president. M i s s L o u i s , S l a c k e r , \ i h m - l o l i pen-, b... k.. and
| i , . - h school,
P i a m h k e e p - i e ; I l e a m . i . w i l l !.. -..Id l,..k.
Miss
l.nilv
t .vniiiiiieh,
Tr,,.v
H i g h ,,'cl, ,ek in 1!;, [,.-
11,1,,'ieiie bra.iois _«)
Mi • \nncv
ul
MISS LOEB IS CHOSEN M l - - Lain and M i - - J • n . , n i r
MILin in I L . M I I • at tin ir l a b l - M i . i
TO HEAD ASSOCIATION\\[ M ,
i] nainli i ir.an \.-,v \
\
Inmillv
t e a m del eated t i n nndi 1
graduate squad o l checker plavei - 11 1
i n , : c h W e d u e s d a , e v e n i n g . M a , IX 'I hi
la. uhv lenin vv.,- innde up ..I P i . , | . ..r
1
\ Wo.d.nd
Prole
Ilarrv
liir.h
• Hough,
nil.I
Proles.sot
Wiullid <
Meeker.
T h e C h e . k e r club's lenin vvnS e w a r d Dodee. '-'fv Mevet T o l i i a . ' - ' / .
and losepb S a l m o n , .17.
( b'licers 01 I liecker c l u b l,,r u e v l vear
„-,:
president, S e w a r d D o d g e . 'JK: sec
in-larv, W a l l a c e S t r e v e l l , ->. treasurer
WILL GO TO CANADA
Jones And Lane Visit Longfellow's House;
Hear Boston Symphony Orchestra Concert
L. A. BOOKHIEM
RELIABLE MEATS
and FRESH KILLED
POULTRY
Sjjrpiitt Attnttim (liven
lo Sui-urity lluii.-n.i
West 1<S.<7
816 Madison Ave,
Cor. Ontario St.
CREAM
Htlodel C o l l e g e S h o p
14 So Pearl St AlLany Tl.lj. J
1 VI.I/H-1 ilim uri DUlimlivt
Whcjlcsale
£
I'r'xv
but not
lisftiaivt
l o Parties
COTRELL & LEONARD
CAPS
Albany, N. V.
(;0VVNS
HOODS
FOR ALL D K ( ; R K K ;
COLLEGE CANDY SHOP
2(M Central Avenue ( near Robin)
TOY OUR TOASTED SANDWICHES
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, JUNE 3, 1927
4
HALF-CENTURY CLUB TO MAKE 77 "BABY MEMBER'
SAYLES SPEAKS ON
SCHOOL LITERATURE
W a r n s Students To Keep M a n i a
For Measurements W e l l
Controlled
The invisible school government is the
best school government, Professor John
M. Sayles, principal of the Milne High
school and head of (he department of
education, said recently in addressing Kappa Phi Kappa, professional
fraternity.
Cinirle.s.vAliimiii (jmirtcrl;
"No punishment is cooperative as the
The picture above
The I lalf -Century Club, Slate's grand old men and women, will hold their annual ineelhig alumni clay.
gang's punishment of the individual," he
reproduced by courtesy of the Alumni Quarterly, shows the group which nut lasl June. A l l members of the club have been graduated
said, citing examples where student sofifty years or more. The class of 1X77 will become the "bale, number" next month.
cial pressure had brought remedies in
cases where all oilier methods had failed.
"Discipline should be impersonal," he advised.
Professor Sayles spoke principally on
OTTUDD DAV
the texts and other literature in (he field
of educational administration.
"The
Uv EI.IZ.WIKTII I'm.11i-.i-i.Ac i| -est. I think I should try to budgel nn I attend classes."
j
growth in educational literature in the
f o r the underclassman, In whom llic lime somehow and arrange for una el " \ \ hat would I do dilTerenlly ? E U T \ I
lasl twenty-five years has been enormous
Van Meec'k j A l u m n i Are Invited For First
and shows interesting changes." lie said. prominent, slicccxsl ill senior is llu lord j leisure speni in the njirii air. I know I l'
T i m e ; 2 Faculty M e m b e r s
crealion or at lea.-l of Slate College, should study harder. Allow all, I lliinli "What would I , / „ , ' \,aline.:, or nearl
He advised the students to read and own
Will Attend
many texts and to start their own pro- il sL.,ins inconceivable thai ;iuy of Ihcsc I should train myself to s,,v, •>,,, r j noih.ng. Perhaps, just a lillle bit. Th
aiigti.il persons could have any regrei.s I clear' and loudly."
j maybe there'll lie lime lor stud
fessional libraries.
misgn iligs as lo the perfection ol
Several S'ale College girls will attend
A my senior year ,\ n , , u ahnoM dentally. Or for just doing iiolh
Among books especially recommended college record or wish that am part ol completed. ' said Ccorgiauna Maai " | l an voii imagine anybody at Slate doing he eastern conference of the sludeni
i-i.iilil
IIUMiK-i-ii
cruise.
I
loweu-r
j
leel
thai
il
I
had
college
lo
do
,o
e,
j
JIM
.nothing
!
Ilul
other
dreams
a,
c
y.
it
by Professor Sayles were: The PrinW . C. A. which u ill convene al Silver
.,
,
,,,
.,
cipal and His School. Cubberly ( llotlgli- the (|iieslioii, l i you cotilil haie anolber I igani, I would .sliieh harder my lir.si i coming true here. \\ by nut ibis.'
l
.•haiice al college, what would yon do three years lhal I iiucjil liaee
-clinic
" I I I <|liit worrying, by gosh," was \ ';'>'• " ' " ' " •,1,IR' ]H '." - ' • '"''''"'dine, lo
ton-Mifllin ) ; Everyday Problems of the
d.hereinly.-" has briiiigbt answers from to enjoy my lasl year. I would e,, mri ' K'nili Enipic's coiilribuliou lo the Inline Kathleen Doughty; '28. newly elected
Country Teacher, Lowth, f Macmillan ) ; -everal well known seniors, which nidi \ lor alhlelics and s|ieud as much tune as I iboiighl ol the college. "1 woiildn'l | V. W. C. A. vice president,
Secondary Education in Country Villages, cale a humility, based on a know ledge ol i p -s-ihle making friends."
I won-) if 1 hadn't another ibing lo do." J Anvone iulereslcd is invited lo alletid
j Mclanie (iraul sounded a Hole of vvaru- ' Miss
binipie became more serious j ,
Ferris (Appleton) ; Constructive School nasi mistakes,
be cos| is approximali
With lhe.se general conlessions of ing when she said, "The 'last word' from \ "Three and a half vcar.s I worked my
' "'
Discipline,
Waller
Robinson
Siuiili
llic entire trip, ' arfat
things done and left undone, has come the scn'ors, 'As ye sow, so shall ) e n ap' way through college, Again I would M 1 "' 1 )' <
(American Book company); An Inlro in nn>st cases all adiiioni'ion, the n ml should contain a bit of advice wilb rcgaul j work iwo years without a cent iroin manl and incidenlals
duction to Educational Sociology, Smith il experience, which will be passed down In weed which spi iug up w ilboiil lieiug I borne bill manage lo have in ire leisure] The (,,|legc organization will loai
-own procraslinalion, ihoii art a •lurch in the lasl two vears for g I urn
(Houghton-Mifflin) ; The Administra'ion lo iinderclasso'en as the final philo.soplii
u- pari ol ibis sum I i any deservine
' \\ As, and I would" learn in nn treshm
of Consolidated and Village School-, • al coiilribuliou ol these "grand old weed!"
s'.iidi-n', lo be repaid after gradualion
seniors."
Said K'uth Mc.Vull, " I t I u-cre actu \\<:,i how lo coucer.lrate."
Almack and Bursch (Houghton-Mifflin) ;
\l ss Don. hi) declared.
"Siartiug college again. I would iioij.dly sUrline. through college then is
I'loiu llerlba Zajau, presideni of I
The Recitation, lietz (Houghton M i l
Iwo I ,n nit', members will be included
mie s„ unprepared." said W illiat
little dollbl bill that I u,,uld make me i •ludeii! associalioii. wc have the lollo
in the delegation from the I ollege V. U
larke. "Entering with several wars' • ikes either less or more important ih.ui I mg :
llin) ; Introduction to High School
\ Ibis war. \ l u i has been in\ iled
uiditioii in laniMi.iees lo work oil' lakes those I haw made' now. However llic e
"I i I were lo live college n u t a; ,
Teaching (Colvin) (MacMillau) ; Mod
'his war. the lirs) lime.
inch lime which could be In Mei applied 'lungs lhal I didn't do seem inipoil.uil I should wail two years before eiilelii
em Methods in High School Teaching,
I here w ill be special me-elings for s|u
to oilier things.
such a- really sludying hard, planum : I bis m order to c. m -idei mysel f C.IJJ.II
(Douglas); Supervisor of Teaching,
•lent associalioii presidents and other
"While here 1 iwmld ludv harder." lime so that little is wasted and 'going in il scdecliug courses wisely and I., . o n
Burton.
illicci's. The inorniiius and evenings are
Mr. ( larke spoke in all serioii-uess, for thai type of extra-curricular aclivily my sell thai I was heller acc|iiainlcd wi
eoiiiplcleh scheduled with meetings but
lo grind but lo gel more from my which insures lime spent mil doors. I'd my iulercsis,
"The modern mania for measure
afle-riioons are left lo be used as each gill
,. ,, .
.. ,
, .
, , , work". I would lake much more lime tor know more people and be inteiv led in) " I feel lhal I have been taken bv I
wishes. There' are organized spoils, inmeilts, Professor Sayles said, should be , , , , 1 , . , , . ; i ( . , i v j l i c , sU1.|, : i s :ll hlelics, dr.,
widely varied activities and lake hand and lileralh draugeel over a' loi
haling hikes, swimming and tennis
carefully kept ill hand, especially in small | ma'ics, club and class affairs. I do nol mj self le.s seriously, no doubt.
distance
M\ feet are still off il
The conference begins Saturday, lime
Hilda Sarr shamefacedly confess
-round
Were I g i u i l hack the foi
communities where one's business is I regret any pail ol it. bill by using my
li u
lU
y
l1
h m
I.S.
lhal
she
came
to
Stale
(
'olle-ge
w
ilh
i
vears. I si Id insist ,,,, walking more '. bill
'." delegates
•"••• K-.H..-. nine
. ...... register al auv
everybody's business, Measurements, he " ' """''' "','"''>'• °' "-' °i"\
' '
hellion in her soul and the emu icli
slowh covering less ground but feeling ,' ' " ' " ' " 1 "' 1 "- l l u ' M^"'"
said were of great value, but could be ' j 1 " ' ' " 1 1 " " nl1 "' 11 """' l ' " ' ""'• l ! : ' ' !
;
!
niigbl well li
sped lhal sin- would nol like' il here-. Soi
more e-onlideiit thai I could hud my wa\
.
overdone, and il was essential thai iheir '''"'"
I hem :ood advice for next year's ire Inn
ivrr die familiar icrriton e wn in the- I
results be kept strictly confidential. Cos- >''."'
i kiss may he- found in her statement.
| lark.
Ye... I'd j
u:
c'ing
called
a
j
$
*
4Dtf»l»
ffltWtet
$itcl}M
sip he characterized as the most disas, .. ,
,
, ,
alel.'ed, clever !.
" I f I wen- starling over again, I I •grind.'
trous of the dangers besetting the young J " , M : | bay lalen'cd, clever Icadei
would c,.nie here with llic inleiiti
I "I'd newer slop hoping lhal
principal. He warned against a curri- | < ranialic and literary actiutvs.
ile uwIIOM
ill II
king something worth while and of | voiir presideni all over again."
li!
Sra iSmmt tutu Jfnnfi S'linjijir
ctilum program that blocks a student j ! '
' l
"I'd take some work in commerce,'
forgotten, looked up from I be making the most of my opporluniiii
from changing his career
)r. Arthur" K. lieik, faculty sponsor j n l 1 ' r i : i 1 ' ' " ' u ; i s 'ypiir; for llic next llirail.se i was an Mbaniau, il look nn Helen Zimmerman decided. "I ihink it'.215 LARK S T R E E T
of Kappa Phi Kappa and ''rofes.-or
tier ol the- (Juartcrl., lo -aw
all of my freshman year lo wake- up t, n end and practical
\iiel I'd v," m foi
Clarence A. Ilidley were also at the j "It's really hard to s.,y uhal one w.ail.l I ih,' f,,el thai I rcalh liked it he re- and activities thai would keep me oul-of.
he
Never
N'i'wr
land.
\
on
ai"
Iwaiiteel
lo
do
s.Jiuelbiug
ralber
Iban
n
i
i!
s
more."
L
u
n c h e o n 12 M. t o 2 I*. M.
meeting.
The constitution, as drawn u{> by ;
Dinner
5 P. M. to 7 P. M,
en
ittee headed h\ Harold Perry, '27
FRATERNITY DANCES
SENIORS TO REHEARSE
If you see ONE
was acce-pled. A number of alumn
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You'll Know It's a
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'ay evening of each month was decid
upon as the regular meeting night.
bell, '-'0. principal . f llu s,-|i,„,| al Sche j \ Walker, i. :h n. >• '-,.,] . ; .:.,• \,
"What Would You Do In Another Chance At College" Seniors Are Asked; y f (] £ f \H [^fl
Empie Wouldn't Worry; Sarr Wouldn't Rebel; Fay Would Budget Timel
CHMFIQ
SYDDUM TO ENTERTAIN
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Members of the Half Ceulun . h i h ' W i i l l.audoii, 'Jo ,-omiu, i ci-il ,,
i v ! ' | „ ! „ " 17' '
will he guests of Syddum flail o w r c>vtti-r llav. I. I.
alumni week-end, which begins luiie l<S
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Anyone who was graduated liflv >ear
. '
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CLOTHES MAKE
ago or before that is a mcinhe-r of the l " r l l l ; i 1 ' a m i ' l-iid.o e\ecuii" ai i,n
THE MAN
Half Cenlui-v club. This year I he class < OI.HM Plaza, \boin i!, i 11 \ > • nj.I. • w n c
of '77 will be the "freshmen" of the present. I!. idc - .duinni, eii. t, iinlnd.il
but
club.
I \rthm- M. I d
u. nalion ,! pi, i,i, m ..
A
MARCEL
MAKES
Oiher guests of Syddum II..11 iliirine ihe- frateriiin
In \1 I, \ , | . n „ . .1
!
that weekend are': Klma Ityrd, 'Jo and ,,ni i n o f e - m
iu
,,nd M
THE GIRL
Adelaide (ireiischow, 'Jo.
Tuffs College
The Lark Beauty Shop
Mil' H u a i i l
ni
ii/'/h
/I, ,1,1
.rarest
'J'reuliHeiit
Wuving
S'hanil><Juino
- I'ace
Massayt
. \ l I).
Si', I,7,II r
Manicuring
416 Umitingt.an Avenue
244 Lark Street
Boston, Maas.
J. BARBAGALLO
IliKh
In all
Grade Shoes f o r Men
Sneaks for (iymnuNium
l',ul,
WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR
REPAIRS ANDGOCDS
Ufihe World
336 C E N T R A L A V E .
In
o|
1'lH S Is P . I I V - M N
Cor. I'Yaiiklyn St.
C0LLKOB SHOE STORE
Flowers''
ll< T.li.ji.ipli ftuum
K'egciil • nl' llic I ' l l i \ el -II \
of i l l " Slate ni \ c u \ iii I..
/•or iiifuriiiiilioii
% Madison Ave.
Above IIIKII Scliool
' 'Dependable
W i n I U I Ih, ,. D.\l D
Sailfi
PRINTING
9 North Lake Avenue
Phone West (,H22
Dental School
i w g l .1, II l| l l \
CONFECTIONERY
We Supply Candy to
The Co-Op, Fresh Daily
Phone Ma in 1571 -J
EXCLUSIVE
B O S T O N , MASS.
Miss Hitchcock
Mrs. Peters
Appointment by Phone Main 4558
James H. Murray
at IH Steuben St.
Whether it's a Shingle Bob
A Swirl Bob or
A Peacock Bob
We Specialize in Hot Oil Scalp and
Hair Treatment
Two (2) Expert Marcellers Always in
Attendance
Eor Appointment, Call Mam 7034
Call the
1Hu,{| ifrrljiuil
\h
CANTERBURY ELECTS DODGE
Elizabeth Dodge, '_'K, has he-en elect.-d
president of I anie rhurv club
( lib. i
ol'hi-cTs for ne.vl \ ear are: .Alice lioiincll, 'J'l Hce president; Kk'ai.o, M
Snell. '2'), secret.u-) ; lane N'ye. 'Ml. Ir.-as
urer; Helen liacoii, '.)(). reporter.
LEONE
464 W a s h i n g t o n A v u ,
P h o n e W e s t 2037
%
%
i-LOWUt «HOf>
STEUBEN
STREET
Corner J a m e s
I h, r< K i i
M't
B. J, & B. KJBLENZ
m.l.UoXPS
U'.lTClliiS
CLUCKS
Jlill'til.KY AND //'OAT
I'K.SS ni' A L L STA.VUAKIJ AI.\KI:S
Phone M a i n 8444
133 So. Pearl St.
At M.-ulis,,,) Ave.
Albany, N. Y.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, JUXR 3, 1927
TEN STUDENTS GUESTS
HISS HELEN T. FAY Minnie Isn't Modern Flapper, Salmon Says,
But He Admits She's Very Much Painted
SEES OTHER CO-OPS
Smith College Store Impresses
Her Most; Visits Harvard,
Columbia Shops
A m o n g the twelve college " c o - o p s "
M i s s H e l e n T . F a y v i s i t e d this E a s t e r
v a c a t i o n she w a s i m p r e s s e d t h e m o s t
w i t h t h e o n e at S m i t h c o l l e g e . ' T h e
s h o p is l o c a t e d i n a n o l d h o u s e w i t h
plenty of storage r o o m and selling
space.
I t has a d e l i g h t f u l c h i l d r e n ' s
d e p a r t m e n t equipped w i t h all kinds of
c h i l d r e n ' s h o o k s a n d t o y s , " M i s s I'"ay
said.
I t is o p e n t o t h e people o f t h e
t o w n as w e l l as t o t h e s t u d e n t s .
"Has
State
College
noticed
that
M i n e r v a has b e e n p a i n t e d r e c e n t l y ? "
asked Charles, the j a n i t o r .
H e thereupon proceeded to c.;tol the m e r i t s o f
the m a n w h o painted M i n e r v a , a n d
said that he w a s r e l u c t a n t t o see h i m
g r a d u a t e because he t o o l ; s u c h p r i d e
in t h e u p k e e p o f t h e C o l l e g e .
J o s e p h S a l m o n . '27, can c l a i m t h i s
h o n o r ot p r c s c n i n g t h e p r i d e o f s t a t e l y
Minerva.
I n an i n t e r v i e w M r . S a l m o n
t o l d h i s i m p r e s s i o n s as he p a i n t e d t h e
statue.
" I he process i n v o l v ed a g r e a t (leal
o f i m a g i n a t i o n , " he s a i d , " I w o n d e r e d
as I p o k e d t h e b r i s t l e s o f t h e b r u s h
i n t o h e r e\ i s a n d ears, b o w she w o u l d
feel il s | u . w e r e in t i n - Mesh.
Would
M i n e r v a be s a t i s f i e d a n d p r o u d o f h e r self, if she w e r e c a p a b l e o f r e a l i z a t i o n ?
" T h e n I began to w o n d e r about the
hisioiv of Minerva.
H o w o l d is s h e ?
H o w l o n g has she been at S t a l e C o l leger
I l o w m a n y t i m e s h a s she b e e n
painted:
H o w m a n y s t u d e n t s has she
seen p a s s i n g i n a n d o u t o f t h e C o l
lege?"
M i . S a l m o n said t h a t he r e f l e c t e d
quite seriously about what the life of
M i n e r v a w o u l d be if she w e r e a l i v e
lodav.
" H u t , " he e n d e d , " t h e r e s t a n d s
o n e w o m a n w h o is n o t m o d e r n , a n d
our
w h o isn't
garbed in t h e silly
dollies
that
Mappers
wear
today,
( i o o d o l d f a s h i o n e d M i n e r v a is v e r y
i efreshing!"
T e n college students were the guests
of h ' u l h A l l e n , '27, a t S l t t y v c s a n t , o v e r
the w e e k - e n d .
T h e y s l a v e d at a l o g
cabin. A m o n g those w h o went w e r e :
Ruth A l l e n , '27; Christina Sweeny, '27;
M a r y Considine, '27; Julia Titus, '27,
E d i t h B o w m a n , '2<S; K a t h r v n S k i n n e r ,
'28; R u t h H a m m o n d , ' 2 9 ; ' a n d A l i c e
V a n l l o u t e n , '2 l J.
_ H e r n - t i d e L , O l d s , '2S, a m i B l a n c h e
hi. ( i o o d r i c h a l s o w e r e p r e s e n t .
PLANS TRIP ABROAD
AWARD NEWS CONTRACT
TO MILLS ART PRESS
The c o n t r a c t
the
STATU
for the publication
COI.LBGB
NKWS
has
awarded for the fourth
consecutive
y e a r l o t h e M i l l s A r t P r e s s , .394-396
Broadway,
Helen
Z i m m e r m a n , '27,
N't.vvs b u s i n e s s m a n a g e r ,
announced
yesterday.
T h e M i l l s A r t Press also
p r i n t - t h e s t u d e n t d i r e c t o r y a n d does
much
other
printing
for
College
groups.
Flcanor
I.. S m i t h . '28, w i l l
sail
J u n e 2(1 o n t h e S, S. R e l i a n c e f o r
Hamburg
(lermany.
She w i l l travel
t h r o u g h the Rhine district and S w i t z erland a n d expects to spend several
w e e k s at H e i d e l b e r g .
M i s s S m i t h p l a n s t o see a n E u r o p e a n
p r o d u c t i o n of Shakespeare's " A M i d
summer
N i g h t ' s D r e a m " b e f o r e re
turning home.
She w i l l r e t u r n September " on the A l b e r t Ballin.
Alt. I l o l y o k r ' s
B o o k - s h o p I n n , as
the h o o k s t o r e is c a l l e d , is s i t u a t e d i n
a hotel that b e l o n g s t o the people w h o
Y. M. C. A. ELECTS
run the I
k shop.
M i s s F a y also
W a l l a c e S t r e v e l l , '2'), v v a , e l e c t e d
v.'sited w i t h M i s s M i r y J . W o h l c y ,
p r e - i d e n t o l t b e C o l l e g e Y . M . C. \
president of M t . l l n l y o k c for t w e n t y
night.
Otherelected
live years.
T e a c h e r s should a v o i d be
h n i l t e d t h a i the question m a r k W ' e d u -sdav
leallb | i n n I
w
ere:
C a r l W a t e r m a n , '2o, v ice p r e s i A t V V e l l e s l e y t h e h o o k s t o r e is d i •up looms rather l a r g e a m o n g us.
'i|Ue-tioii m a r k s . "
Such is die advice
v i i l e d i n t o t w o s e c t i o n s , t h e m a i n seceeiallv .il ibis time o f the year.
I.oii;: dent : I l e i m a n I.. K o e r u e r . '.."'. l i e a - • i Hi- ' a r o l i n e ' ' r o a s d a l e , College phv
urer; Seward
D o d g e , '28. r ' e o r i l i n g
- iiitl mi s, 111;111\ hours in the sedeu
t i o n d o w n t o w n , a n i l t h e b r a n c h at the
lei.i.i
!'• leaehers in ibis stale in t i n
i p o s i l i o n , |be over-use o f the s m a l l
college.
It is c a l l e d A n n H a t h a w a y
HI n nl issue o f New Y o r k I'.dlie.ition
M-les o i tlie eve and I K ail, and the
hook More.
CORTLAND WINS
re' p inline, disuse of the big muscles
" \ i|iies|ioii m a r k . " she e x p l a i n - "is i
T h e t w o l a r g e s t c o l l e g e book- s t o r e s ,
dclinih
Cortland
Normal
-ehool
dei.-ah-d
back, lb g h , and ahd
of the t w e l v e M i s s Fay visited, are
en. e
blued
.1 sick nl
but vvh.
those of H a r v a r d a n d C o l u m b i a .
incessant output of in \ m i j t h e S t a i r C o l l e g e n i n e . I l l l o .!. S a t u r h llu
me MI- l u n e i i ,
"In
comparison
with olliei
book
health h • I • iter-, .v .il h i g h tension, a i l w o r k t o g e t h e r dav a f t e r n o o n .
rtbeless is , „ , ,
•.tore-,, S t a t e ( ' o l l e g e ('<i o p is m u c h
-i
ake the leaching p r o f e s s i o n a good
s m a l l e r , " she s a i d . A l l t h e o t h e r s have
I - i . u c il I., their pupil - ti
p j r e c r u i t i n g g r o u n d f o r ipteslioii m a r k s , "
Complete Line of
either
a whole
hotiM-, w i t h
ample
well.
D r . I roasdale d o
-. I -be poiuls m i l . " H u t it o u r w o r k does
r o o m f o r s t o r a g e , o r a l a r g e part of
r e m In offer these physical h a n d i c a p '
CANDY,
CARDS and
the college b u i l d i n g .
iiunii r, and adv ises out < u
i i i i " i i nr less iuev nahlv tbe long vacation
M r . A l f r e d l l a r t o g , m a n a g e r o f the
davs ahead offer abundaul o p p o i l u n i i v
GIFTS for
C o l u m b i a college ( ' " op, \ i s i l c d Stale
il i i eorreel llieiu
C o l l e g e C o op M o n t i . i v .
H e has m a n GRADUATION
DAY
aged C o l u m b i a ' s book simp for t w e n t y
y e a r s b u i l d i n g it u p f r o m a one r o o m
At
s t o r e t o a $-100.00(1 a n n u a l b u s i n e s s , i
VI'.W S V I
\ UI•".I i l ' C h i D I ' K I l K
He
has a staff
of t h i r t y
full-time j
workers.
v i a r ' s \ i v v - , a! $.'..3.
H e r e ' - the
,\!i--s F'av a l s o v i s i t e d the H o u g h t o n
Western & Lake Aves.
M iIf]in
publlsbing
company
and
w a t c h e d t h " p r o c i ss o f b o o k m a k i n g i
Alb my, N.Y.
"Don't Be Health Question Marks," Warns
Dr. Croasdale, Advising Summer Recreation
If It's Made
Of Rubber
We Have It
ALLING RUBBER CO'
The College Pharmacy
Tel.
451 Broadway
W e s t \%>) a n d W e s t 3951
ANNOUNCE STATISTICS
FROM YEAR'S BUDGET]
"We
r
Understand Eyes
CLOTHES
Ready-mad*
And Cut to Order
H l s l l t ' K - I Ml \ I
ESTABLISHED ENGLISH UNIVERSITY
S T Y L E S , T A I L O R E D OVER Y O U T H F U L
C H A R T S SOLELY FOR D I S T I N G U I S H E D
SERVICE IN THE UNITED STATES.
EYEGLASSES
50 N. Pearl St. Albany, N.Y-
OPTOMETRIST
OPTICIAN
ARTISTIC PLEATING & STITCHING CO.
58 Columbia St.
Cor. No. Pearl St.
Albany, N. Y.
Expert picot Hemstitching, all kinds of Pleating, Buttons covered,
Button holes, Rliincstones set in garments and hand embroidery.
Special attention given to our Mail Order Department.
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n,
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AMERICAN
I ,,-,! I.,.
m i l - llu.
AND
• i
:(JUwta louse
Suits and Topcoats
• 4 0 , »45, *S0
I0.-.30 t i l l
I A . M,, K x t e p t
Sunday
44 State St.
EVERY TEACHER
Should Visit the Home of
Phone Main 7187
A GIFT
from
W~BV
The Van Heusen Charles Co.
MEANS MORE
SPECIAL APPOINTMENT
OUR STORE IS THE
Charter louse
OF ALBANY.
I ) Je
W e s i 7013
Tit© character of the suits and
overcoats tailored by Charter House
will earn your most sincere liking.
I Ins i . , i i i | , : n i , r M r m l s ,ni e s p e c i a l l y
i n n h . i l i n . i l . i i h . n I n l l l o s c i-iiKi'U'.c'!|
in , I n . ,iiM.11.iI w i n k, I ) I I I p l a n l i s |
,,ni ,.| t lie urn i n i . i i l r i n a n d i " i n |
l>|i l r MI i l i t i i.
> a truly model
i Jit i l v n l u i i i i j i l v i n t e r e s t I n y u l l per I
M . n i i l l v as w i l l as p r o f e s s i o n a l l y .
Boulevard Dairy Co., Inc.
231 Third St., Albany
Telephone West 1314
"The Sunlight Dairy"
i
CHINESE
Open 11 unti! 2 A. M.
Dancing
Boulevard
t
(Oriental and (Occidental llestancant
Steefel Brothers
198 Central Avenue- at Uubin
Albany. N, V.
Branch "i the Boulevard Restaurant 108-1 10 Slate Street
oi
been
INC.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, JUNE 3, 1927
MEN WHO HEAD 3 CLASSES NEXT YEAR
FINAL TESTS END
THURSDAY, JUNE 16
ATTEND UNION PROM
AND HOUSE DANCES
r
Several Students Go To Events
At Schenectady During
Week-end Of May 20
Schedule For Second Week Of
Examinations Announced;
Includes 46 Subjects
The
schedule
for t h e second
week
Several Stale College girls
attended
of final e x a m i n a t i o n s is as follows:
the 1'ninii college p r o m a n d f r a t e r n i t y
MONDAY, JUN'E 13
house dances t h e w e e k - e n d o f M a y 2 0 .
9 A. M.
Koow
Ksther
Milnes.
Eleanor
Welch,
Chemistry 5A
150
Nancy M o r g a n and I den O ' D o n n e l l
Commerce 1
"°
attended the Phi Delta T h c t a dance.
English C
I"
K ' o / i l l a I ' i i K t a n d Hetsy M i l l e r a t t e n d e d
French 7
-'III
i h e D e l i a I'i X n h o u s e d a n c e .
CaroHome Economics A
161
ls I I J o s s l o n a n d C i c r t r t i t l e I I a l l w e r e
Mathematics 1A
200, .'01
at I h e I ' h i S i g m a K a p p a h o u s e .
Alice
(;
Mathematics IB
y"'
I! n o i l a n d H a z e l G o o d e l l e w e r e at t h e
Philosophy ,1
-'II
Theta
Delta
C h i house.
(iertrude
2 1'. AI.
Konm
( i l o c k n e r , l-'lorencc I ' i s c h e r a n d M i l Commerce II
HI
C
-Ic-sy Albany lOvenlnir Neu>
dred
Siller
attended
Kappa
Nti;
Government 9
Gym
Bertha Zajan a n d Helen Dynes. SigI ' r e s l m i a t l s o p h o m o r e o n . I j u n i o r r l a s ^ e s have a l l e l e c t e d m e n s t u d e n t s as p r e s i d e n t s f o r n e x t y e a r .
History 7
250
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Home Economics 8
101
( I C;iri\
H a i h , c e n t e r , i v i h d e r - t e i l I " b a d I he s o p h o m o r e s , a n d ( l i l b e r l [•'.. ( l a n o i i n . I ' a r t n e l , r i t f h l . p r e silon:
Mildred
('
.oil a n d Clara
Home Economies 9
15"
sides o v e r t h e j u n i o r s .
'I'ennev. Kai.ua I'hi: Kli/ab.-th T r o w Spanish 7
10
hr.'dge. D e l t a
Epsilon,
TUESDAY, JL'NE II
9 A. M.
!<<>"»
Eilncalion I
-'50, 261
CHOSEN PIANO SOLOIST
Education 12
211
Home Economics 5
lol
Philosophv 1
201, 200, ..'(!..
2 I'. M.
I-'"
HOME OF FILM CLASSICS
Iliology 8
260
M e m b e r s of the I ' l i g l i - h i l l cla.s | m - m o l i h e Crane N o r m a l i u s l i l u l e
EXCLUSIVE
I'KTVHKS
Commerce- 0
2SI) are
pelilioiiing
Miss
Kail,nine
I.. ; P o t s d a m , h a - been c h o s e n
by l b .
French, ficrman Spanish I I
210, 211
C.
H.
BUCK
L
E
Y
,
O
w
n
e
r
. nil ir class of I hat i n - l i l u l i o n t o luW i n e l i u g , I h e i r i n s l r u c t o r , to g i \ i n
Latin 5
NO
ll,• p i a n o . o l - i i s l f o r c l a - s d a y . N e x t
Their
w o r k ha
Librury Science 12
Library Si
I Imal e x a m i n a t i o n .
Now Playing
Now Playing
sic
ear she w i l l be s u p e r v i s o r o f
Mathematics 8
201 be. n d o n e t h o r o u g h l y , a - e v i d e n c e d I,
ittm *[
ENGLISH 20 STUDENTS
W E D N E S D A Y , J I N K 15
9 A. M.
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