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STATE FACULTY TO
SEE MANY CHANGES
Dr. Conwell Heads M a t h e m a t i c s
Faculty At St. Paul's School
This Year
W h o Tell
Truth," Is Stressed
By Dr. Moore
4 GET DOCTORS'
PERINE,
DEGREES
PELTZ
RETURN
M i s s Kirkpatrick
Succeeds
M i s s Huyck As College
Librarian
Doris Jones W i n s $ 2 0 0 Essay
Prize From American
C h e m i c a l Society
S e v e r a l new f a c u l t y changes have been
r i n o l l n c e d by I'residenl A . K. I'.ruhacker.
i hey are as f o l l o w s :
Dr. Deorge M . Conwell, professor of
mencement, J u n e 2(1, g r a d u a t e d a class
' a l l i e n i a t i c s , has resigned to become
u f t w o I m n d r e d and s e v e n t y - e i g h t .
. acher of mathematics al St.
Paul's
I l u i n r a i y d o c t o r s ' degrees in educaho,,I, C o n c o r d , \ \
II.
Dr. Conwell
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t i o n were c o n f e r r e d iipim F r a n k I .eland
came lo Slate C o l l e g e in I'JlS f r o m Y a l e
u n i v e r s i t y w h e r e he was i n s t r u c t o r f o r
T o l m a n o f T r o y , recently appointed d i even years.
l i e received his d o c t o r ' s
rector o f e x t e n s i o n l i b r a r i e s o l ' the slate
legree f r o m P r i n c e t o n u n i v e r s i t y in 1908.
of X c u
Y o r l < ; Ernest E. Cole, who
M r s . R u t h F. Fee, '2.7, w i l l be substitute
heads the legal d i v i s i o n o f the s l a t e edtl
i n s t r u c t o r in the mathematics d e p a r t ment d u r i n g Ihe first semester.
Mrs.
cation
department;
T.
Frederick
II.
Fee
was g r a d u a t e d f r o m the College ill
C a n d l y n , o r g a n i s t al St. Paul's EpiscoJ u n e w i t h the degree o f b a c h c l l o r o f
pal c h u r c h , and svidcl.v k n o w n composer,
arts.
and E d m u n d R. S m i t h of Huston, one o f
D r . E a r l I!. S o u t h , i n s t r u c t o r in educathe foremost educators in A m e r i c a .
| lion al the O h i o Stale u n i v e r s i t y , w i l l
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aicceed
Dr. S. M . H r o w n e l l as assislan'
D r . ( ' a n d l y n is a g r a d u a t e of l l
p r o f e s s o r o f education.
Dr.
lirownell
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England
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of
w h e r e he w a s a w a r d e d t h e b a c h e l o r o
schools at Groc-.c P o i n t , M i c h . , a s u b u r b
Courtesy A.liiuiy Evening News o f D e t r o i t .
music
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Eleanor Vail, Agnes McGarly, BetlyEaton,
Laura Colliding, Florence Gorniley, Mildred Brovvjnhardt.
Miss Edith Owen Wallace, Instructor
World
w a r w i t h the 303rd. U n i t e d
| in L a t i n and E n g l i s h has been g r a n t e d
Slates i n f a n t r y .
F o r f o u r suecessiv.
leave o f absence f o r study abroad.
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t e r m s he w a s d e a n of t h e A m e r i c a !
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f o r M i s s W a l l a c e . M i s s Chesebroiigh reGuild fcf Organists.
lie is which
ceived her master's degree f r o m C o l u m kno\vn»as an organist, hut his inlei
bia u n i v e r s i t y in June.
Miss A n n a R a n d o l p h K e i m , assistant
professor o f home economics, w i l l spend
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compositions for organ, which hav
greeted the freshmen and directed them
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made his name known throughout '
l o t | R , Cullegre
Miss Edna T a r l e t o n f r o m West V i r g i n i a ,
America and much of Europe.
Enterting S e n i o r s , G r a d u a t e s ; T h c c | a s s f ) f ' • -, ]|U,1 M o m i . , v „,,„.„. Freshmen Required To Attend w i l l substitute f o r Miss K e i m . Miss
" G e t - W i s e " Party Friday,
T a r l e t o n was al Teachers college, C o l u m Sixteen
senior
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Rules Say
bia u n i v e r s i t y , last year.
masters' degrees in a r t .
T h e remainder
Council Says
[ L a t e r in t h e m o r n i n g D e a n A n n a E
Miss .Alice Ryder f r o m Canada w i l l
o f the class received bachelor's degrees
Pierce addressed the w o m e n m e m b e r s
I n t e r e l a s s r i v a l r y b e t w e e n the f r e s h
succeed Miss Jean J . S t e w a r t as in
ill cither i l l s or sciences.
, . „ , , , , . ; „ „ . s U H l l . M l e x c e p t s e n i o r s in t h e a u d i t o r i u m .
I n t e l l i g e n c e tests
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in home economics, M i s s R y d e r
m a n a n d s o p h o m o r e classes w i l l b e g i l
Dr. Charles ( i . Empic, Lutheran nun
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cluck
attendance.
Penaliieileler
m i n e d u p o n b.s the r i v a l cla-.-. a n d ap
p r o v e d in a d s a n e e b , M s . - k a m a , w d
be m l l u i e d u p o n i h e l i . - l m i e n u u l al
l e n d i n g , l b . rules p r o v i d e ,
e w o r k a,
ale
i » . > ^ [ " l l 1 '.'" Vfx*
u m v . T s i l y in d i a n i a i i c - ibis vear,
Mi».>
M a r j o r i e Mellows of ,hc I m g l i - h depart
I iiieui has accepted the position o f slatis
liea clerk vsi.h the slate d . | ) a r t i n e i i ! of
health f o r ihe c o i n i n g s ear,
Miss Alice
Clear also o f the E n g l i s h d e p a r t m e n t
ssill lesiinie her leaching in A l b a n s p u b
he schools.
O l i v e Roy, g i a d u a l e o f S k i d n i o r e college,
| sv ho has been siih.-lilule i i i s l r n c l o r
in
home economics, has been m a r r i e d .
BTATE COLLEGE NEWS, SEPTEMBEB 23, 1927
2
State College
News
ESTABLISHED BY T H E CLASS OF 1918
The Undergraduate Wewspaper of New York
State College (or 'feacliera
T H E N E W S BOARD
VIRGINIA HIGGINS
By W . M. F . —
Editor-in-Chief
SAXTON
Business
Manager
Delta Omega House, 55 So. Lake Ave., West 2425-W
WILLIAM FHENCH
Jean Paul Marat—A
Gottschalk.
550 Washington Avenue, West 2096-J
KATHERINE
Managing
Editor
Kappa Delta Rllo House, 480 Morris St., West 4314
ELIZABETH PHETLEPLACE
Associate Managing Editor
•Sydduni Hall, 227 Ontario St., West 2096-W
SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS
KATHLEEN DLUGIITV, '28
DOROTHY WATTS, '28
MARY JUDITH LANGIION, '28
RUTH Ci. MOORE, '28
JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS
GRACE Nf. BRADY, 'M
FLORENCE KOEN, '29
(IENEVIEVE COLE, '29
BESSIE LAPEDES, '29
ROSE UKANSKV, '28
ELIZABETH PULVER, '29
MILDRED (;AIIEL, '28
LELA VAN SCHAICK, '28
MOI.LIE KAUFMAN, '29
CAROLINE SCIILEICH, '29
VERA BELLE WELLOTT, '29
DESK EDITORS
.MARGARET STEELE, '30
Louis J. WOLNER, '30
REPORTERS
HAMILTON ACIIESON, '30
FLORENCE1 GOODING, '30
LLETTINA AZZAHITO, '29
BSTTV HARRIS, ' 3 0
GLADYS BATES, '30
MAY KLIWEN, '29
ALICE BENOIT, '30
CAROLINE KOTRBA, '30
GERTRUDE BRASLOW, '29
EDITH LAWRENCE, '30
DOROTHY BRIMMER, '30
I.ORENA MARCUS, '29
MARGARET BUHNAP, '30
ROBERT SHILLINGLAW, '29
ALMA DOLAN, '30
SHIRLEY WOOD, '30
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS
THOMAS J'. FALLON, '29
FRANCIS E. GRIEEIN, '28
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS—CIRCULATION
RUTH KELLY, '28
ELEANOR WELCH, '29
BUSINESS STAFF
FREDERICK W. CRII.MII, '30
JANE FORMANEK, '30
.ANNE STAFFORD, '29
ADVERTISING STAFF
IVAN J. CAMPBELL, '29
MILDRED LANSLEY, '30
LUCY IJAGEK, '30
DOROTHY I.EFFERT, '30
ROSE HANDLER, '30
BERTHA NATHAN, '30
MARGARET IIENNINGER, '30
ANNR SCHNEIDER, '29
NEWS CLUB
ELIZABETH PHETLEPLACE, '28 President
ANNE STAFFORD, '29 Vice-President
ALICE BENOIT, '30 Secretary-Treasurer
Study
in Radicalism.
$3. 221 pages.
By Louis R.
N e w York:
Greenberg.
Professor Gottschalk has given students of the French
Revolution a most interesting and apparently authentic life
of Marat.
That in itself is an accomplishment of which to
be proud.
Written more as a study of Ihe development
of the political theories of Marat
than as a biography
students of history.
either "to rehabilitate damaged souls" or "to damage rehabilitated or entirely immaculate souls".
T h e most interesting chapter is "Influence of Marat".
Professor Gottschalk adopts the point of view that Marat
was ever ahead of his contemporaries in his revolutionary
conduct; first, in advocating revolutionary clubs
tionary
tribunal three years before
one was organized;
/2urf/
then in advocating a dictatorship.
"Some are born to radicalism;
Marat
had radicalism
thrust upon him. Force of circumstances outside of his
control alone had changed him from a well-paid complacent
servant of the nobility into the leading spirit of the popular
movement of his time," the author declares.
Marat had done his part in the revolution when Charlotte
Corday murdered him, he holds, adopting the Disraelian
point of view that assassination has never changed Ihe his-
it will n t v e r be a "best seller", it warrants reading.
SECOND
Sun and Moon
COLLEGE
PRINTED BY MILLS ART PRESS, 394-396 Broadway—Main 2287
ALUANv, N. V., September 23, 1927
Vol. X I I , No. 1
NEWS GREETS COLLEGE
A clean sheet, or, perhaps, an opportunity to start all
over again, presents itself.
Whether success is to he gained in any or several phases
of college life, including scholarship, athletics, dramatics,
or journalism depends largely upon the individual.
Any
one who puts forth (he effort, has determination, enthusiasm, and confidence in himself and his work can make
a success of his college career.
In an effort to make it possible for students, and especially
The book is valuable.
Boston:
PRIZE AS " A M E R I C A ' S BEST TEACHERS
NEWSPAPER," C. S, P. A., 1927
freshmen, to gel an idea of just what to do and
just how tu go about investing his time and efforts to
the very best advantage, the N E W S is running a special
series (if articles by those upperclassmen who have "made
good".
prema-
turely; next, in demanding the establishment of a revolu-
The News does not necessarily endorse sentiments expressed in
contributions. No communications will be printed unless the writers'
names are left with the Editor-in-Chief of the News. Anonymity
will be preserved if so desired.
AND " P A C E M A K E R " AWARDS,
Though through its very nature
By Vincent H . Gowen.
$2.50,
340 pages.
Little, Brown and Company.
Take two children of Anglo-Saxon parentage, add a:i
English father who wished to be Chinese, an English lover
for the maiden; mix with a scheming head wife; season
well with four jealous Chinese concubines. There you have
the principal ingredients for this powerful tale of the
Orient.
Timothy Merrick retired from the English colony of
Peking, determined to lead the life of a wealthy Chinese
scholar, upon the death of his Engl is* wife, l i e raised
a son and a daughter, children by this wife, to think thai
they were Orientals.
Nancy, the daughter, is the character around whom the
tale is spun. Loyalty to her father forces her into marriage
with a Chinese she has never seen. J low she is rescued,
and by what agency, makes the book most compelling. The
fate of the girl grips one.
Mr. Gowen introduces into the story in a delightful
manner several customs of Chinese homes, and traditions
of the people. H e spent several years as a missionary in
Anking, where he became acquainted with the intimacies of
Chinese domestic life. The language is far more than
English in ils word pictures,
Each week the article will be written by an expert in
his line.
Ruth Lane, '28, president of the student associa-
tion, tells this week, how one would go about being a good
all 'round student.
There w II be succeeding articles giv-
ing pointers In the freshmen or other students who wish
to go in for scholarship, athletics, dramatics, journalism,
and social activities.
The NEWS wishing to render service to all, would like
to be considered die mouthpiece of the student body. Any
Comments, criticisms, questions, and suggestions, occurring
to anyone, will he gratefully received hy the paper.
COMMUNICATION
T H E FABIAN
DIRECTORY
Members of the student association are looking forward
already to the publication of the student directory.
Even
in the few days thai they have been in College, they have
missed it.
Last year the directory was not distributed until late in
Wnember, fully eight weeks after College opened. The
student bod) HUM-, ili.it the directory editors will be more
prompt this year
Students fail to see why eight weeks
should be required tu publish a book of less than thirty
pages.
m a u l e d that lime must be given for gathering the data,
fur the composition and printing, proof reading. Still there
must be a hug. waste of time. The work could he done
in two weeks.
This is not an indictment of the present directory board
without a hearing, nor a condemnation of last year's board.
The object of this editorial is to point out an existing condition that should l.c remedied.
The students have faith in the directory editors. They
expect a director)' before ihe middle of next month.
W I L L I A M M. FRENCH, '29
1. IIaw do ive gel lockers?
Freshman lockers for women will not
he assigned until the first of October.
Until then, park wherever you can (Miss
Johnston, instructor in physical educa
tioti). Men will obtain lockers front
Coach Rutherford R. Maker.
2. Why is the English test given In
Ereshment
It is given in an effort to relieve the
enormous presntre on Ihe English de
partmem.
The department is under
mined by too many freshmen thelites and
loo few instructors. Those who, it is
fell, will suffer the least from the mm
I t is not written, the author tells us,
tory of the world.
C. I. P. A , 1027
(AW questions will be answered by un
authority whose name will be gi, en with
Ihe answer.
Address i/ites/ions to I '/,•
i/iiiin Higgins, editor, and leave in tinmailbox under the stairs.)
chronicling events alone, the book is bound to appeal to
Published every Friday in the college yeai by the Editorial Board
representing tile Student Association. Subscriptions. $2.25 per year,
single copies, tell cents. Delivered anywhere ill the United States.
Entered as second class matter at postoffice, Albany, N. V.
"ALL-AMERICAN"
Ruth Lane Portrays
An Ideal College
Student
"SOME ARE BORN T O RADICALISM,"
SAYS JEAN PAUL MARAT'S NEW BOOK
FORBIDDEN BOOKS
(Editorial,
Christian-Evangelist)
One of the steady reproaches against the Roman Catholic
Church from time immemorial has been its practice of lotbidding the readings of books considered evil in tendency.
Protestant books come in for special treatment in this re
specl, hut of course not all Protestant books were p, l on
Ihe index. Many errors of judgments were committed by
the Roman Catholic authorities as well as in man) other
things.
A recent pronouncement hy the Vatican on this subject
will be accepted as reasonable by most people. The papal
interdict says :
"So fragile and weak is human nature, that iteilhei
eloquence of style nor technical information on medi
cine and philosophy admitting that such may he found
in these books nor the intention ol the writer, vvhai
ever it ma) he, can ever prevcni the readers, fascinated
by these unclean writings, from little bv little having
their s.,uN perverted and their hearts depraved."
Henry Ward Beecher says, in his Lectures hi Young
Men, in some ways Ihe most brilliant and best piece o|
work that lie ever did, that ihe admission of certain books
which existed in his day into the hands ol the )oiing v\.ii crime against them.
To encourage or allow a had hook tu lie read In, the
young is to corrupt their souls and plant in their minds
and hearts the seeds of crime and corruption, There e.ui
be no reasonable defense made ol salacious hooks fm eilhei
young or old and nobody but ihe authors of such works
or people whose taste has already been debased will li>
to defend them. As well try Io defend thugs, thieves, liars,
and destroyers of all decency and beauty, and introduce
them into the home. It we will wipe out insidious, oh
scene, suggestive literature and deliver the youth from its
influence whether ill library or store, a long step toward
stopping crime and youthful delinquency of ever) kind will
have been taken.
/.AAfF
a r e m5 lc
" " ' ' " ' I ' 1 ' . ,..
. ,
I he one hundred and I n n Ireshnieii
first of a w h ( l p r i , S ( , l l t ,|„. highest high school
hell' undcr-\ (regents) records in English, with at
Slate.)
'east an average of K3'/f, are considered
' F r o m these, Ihe eighty who make tin
„
I highest grades in the English test an
I h e real
all-round student
is a L.xcinpl from English 1A and IK. and
very rare creature, like the perfect may substitute English 17, a course in
man. T h e name signifies in our col Biography, or English 2J, a course in
lege life what "the p e r f e c t , n a n " , , leans D»e(ry ( Dr. Jlarry W. H a s t i n g , t h a i ,
,
, .
| man ol the English department ).
. .
Io every striving human being—out : ;
,/,.,. - l V to ,•„/,•,„/,,,-,• ,,//rv,7,-w l<a
goal of living, our ideal of being. Af .sunnily io Dean
fierce'
ler all, our four vears of college a n i speak
Surely
I hope
time
a fin111
n-h
to me
andthat
tell every
me her
name
|,,l;
r
1
i,i!
!
we' " gel
I
just life in a condensed and perhap
" " ' "acquainted.
> " l l 1("D' e a"n' " ' Anna
"
F
i
e
r
c
e
)
.
sweetened form, a n d offer a most wot
•/. ,l/».r/ Ihe gymnasium
costume b,
to
live
our
one
life
to
lite
fullest
ex
derfttl outfit of opportunities for u
lent. As H a r r y E m e r s o n Fordick say I'lirchased thru the >i :m otjice.'
Ye, (Miss Johnston).
in his "Twelve T e s t s of Character"
5. .1/,/v all students use the innilbo\
we must learn to "put first things
Yes ( T h e Editor).
fust" and keep them there, ll is not
wicked to think ourself the center o
our world; in thinking that we are
doing Ihe primary thing in Ihe fill
filling of our destiny,
"tit we must
not consider our self an isolated being
The sophomore rules fur the n
but the center of an ever-increasing
v
circle, whose area is made up of "first men have not vet been siihniitleil Io ,
kania, according to l.nttis J Wol
t h i n g s " and whose circumference i president of the sop!
ire class.
friends.
We are here Io study, It
work, to grow—really to put on mil
The V. \V. C. A. will sell Used b,
armor for our liyht in life. I'.tll we j as usual ihj s year in the lower
are here also to learn to live with othei ' l '- lr; " 1 " 1 ' \ ; i i l i s chairman of the coit
people- -and Ihe easiest way is through | [^ ^ ! ! Z v e n c ^ ^{\"]Z'!n
i'u
m,
' " , M , i l ' ' AiH.llu-r name for friend hi.'.i.:,) Hta-'s and" 'the'" Liu"', ni'iV'oi
ship at college is "class spirit" or bet association,
ler—"college spirit". W e must iniei
(Ruth lane. President of
. .
.
,
association, introduces
the
series of articles inlendea'to
classmen to "make i/ood" '//
the student]""":
COLLEGE BRIEFS
l"'el thai name for ourselves, and ex
Formal dedicatio
' the iveciitlv
periiueul with it—it's an experiment I -?h'll''tcd addition to New man hall, 'd
l , l > ;,il
-''
" ' > ''• a m l -''<• " »'• ran pro io ,\hN.'\iaxw'elk L M| l peiiiileiidi-n'i! 1 '''
•hue some really truly "all-round sin
Furl) of the I n n three girl-, w h dent-.".
have made reservations are now I
al Ihe home. Others will he adll i m .1
later,
COLLEGE BRIEFS
Lutheran
club, a iiuil ol ll
Student assoi iati
,f Aiucr
'luestcd ,,|| Lutheran slui't lit •
1 1 1 1 1
U
nl
A daughter, Jean, was born I.. I'm "™" ' j ' ' , ' ' , " ' ' , ,
, - , , . „ , . ,
.
I'.lhel M. Di I ill, JX, pi, s,
llVM
" •"" l *''>• Barnard S linnc
, i.,,,!,,,,,,, t |„h p|,,„, , | l l l M ,
July 28. I'rofessor MI-OIIVMI is head «l ihe w a r
the chetni.str) department, and Mrs
Uruii'
was formerl) Josephine (
e
l'i \lpha Tail somrilv hass n-nle.l pal
plcled at I'
ron, directoi of the Alhanv ( 'until) (iirl "I 'i dtipb x villa ju-l
I III, hoII
Scouts,
i I'ailndgc St. ,\ f,
i ineiiih i , arrived
Gladys Reynolds Weds.
\iinoiliic, in, in has bee
ade ol
Ihe n i a i n a g , ol Gladys Rev Holds, '17,
il Sine.,,I on August IX. Mis
r:.'::;.;::; ^'.'
inim-l
settling
I
!
,
Jv«; Rt.!H>,,,^t.;,^;;,JJ_:::;,t;
\|p|,.,
k'ho S,,n,i in
v:
ll.ololl,
lone,,
pail ol Ihe -I
Mass
both
se
s,
nel al Hcach
ev
pnp.u,
ha
I
, ,t : ,, ;: :
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I
Spend S u m m e r at Beach Bluff.
'"."'"' 1
Miss Is
e,n H o u g h , , and M i - u , , ' " ! ' " ' '
1
in town
the house
u,li
^ ^i; ::,; '
l m
"' " " '
spent i' " '
lilt,If,I
Gunn Studies al Smith.
Miss Louise I ) (I tin ll, '17 has bet
...
' *>" ' l " l n r lans h.,v, been
| Ihe hlo.it v equipment
Mi
I'ecl Ilii a
spb, i, p. In gi
W A S I N J U R E D IN M I L N E
1
hrisliua Shear, ianiln , . in M
College,
was injured Augu i 12, wl
T a n n e r Teaches in Albany.
-leaning
lockers
17
is
l
e
a
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l
i
n
e
!,"••""">'
" " > c i > in
m Milne
\
e High
High s,
s, hi I
Katherine
Tattm
I ue row ol s l e d lockers will', ll well
t u - . I'm in in the A
niv l o •i
mil
fastened,
fell
on
her.
She
was
Hoys i n n j e a r ,
badl) bruised and had hei pelvi. bom
luol.eii
Miss Shear was taken to
Koblenz is at Michigan.
•Mb.on hospital. About a week ago
Edmund Koblenz, e \ '29, is alleiid she was able to go to her home al
nig. tin' Cuivei.sil) ol Miciliuail.
02 West street.
Suiilh , ollege t i n , vear.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, SEPTEMBER 23, 1927
FACULTY PUBLISHES NEWMAN'S $100,000 OXFORD TO PUBLISH MISS WALLACE, NEW RING STATE'S BELL
RULES FOR HEALTH ADDITION IS OPENED BOOK BY THOMPSON ALUMNI PRESIDENT IN CARILLON DEBUT
Funds For T h e B e l l W e r e
C o m m u t i n g Saps Strength And - j - B
A
o o i r l 5 A . « __
" L i f e C f Henry M a c k e n z i e " H a s Choose A. Z. Boothby Trustee;
illege Life
Life
I, °3 5
° nRooms
«
n a uGymnasium
y m n a s i u m Are
Collected By College
Denies College
And
Ai
Anecdotes O f Scott
Re-elect Mrs. Bashford
To Student
Annexed
Annexed To
To Present
Present
News
And Burns
Secretary
jI
Structure
Structure
STATE B E L L I S NO.2 3
8 S U G G E S T I O N S GIVEN
Tin' $l()0,0()() three-story addition lo
Miss
Edith
O . W a l l a c e , ' 1 7 , i nCollege
Students Contributed
N e w m a n ball, g r o u p house f o r R o m a n
structor in Latin a n d E n g l i s h , has
i n d i v i d u a l l y To The
" D o N o t W o r k For Room And
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a
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e
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been e l e c t e d p r e s i d e n t o f t h e a l u m n i
B o a r d , " Freshmen
B e l l Fund
State College's bell i n t h e m u n i c i p a l
Are Advised
for o c c u p a n c y last w e e k - e n d .
association
t o succeed
Arthur
/
The a d d i t i o n w a s b u i l t at 741 M a d i W h a t t o cat i f y o u w o u l d be h e a i t h v
is o u t l i n e d b y t h e f a c u l t y e o i i m i i l t e .
m i s t u d e n t h e a l t h i n a m e > s a u e t o (In
e n t e r i n g f r e s h m a n class.
E i g h t s u g g e s t i o n s c o n c e r n i n g I n id
are c o n t a i n e d i n t h e r e p o i I w h i c h i
published i n the freshman handbook
C o n c e r n i n g t h e s e it s a y s : " S i n c e
k n o w l e d g e o f f o o d r e q u i r e m e n t is n o
yet a p a r t o f e v e r y h i g h s c h o o l r n i i i M
i'l is p r o b a b l e t h a t m a n y ei n> - i n i l l
f o o d h a b i t s o f e..liege -1 t u U i i l - : . P
due t o i g n o r a n c e o f e s s e n t i a l - . ' I ' l l
f o l l o w i n g s u g g e s t i o n s arc offered a safeguard l o health and a • conducive
to efficiency.
" T h r e e m e a l s a das e a t e n w i l h o u l
h a s t e a n d at r e g u l a r h o r n - a n e--i-n
lial f o r students.
" \ t lea-l a pint o f milk -I
l„
included daily, a n d in t h e
y o u n g p e o p l e n o t n o r m a l m >, i
w e i g h t , a (|ltart i - - a f e r . T h i taken in beverage f o r m and n
H o j l h b y , 1900, T h e e l e c t i o n w a s con-
son a v e n u e , i n t h e rear o f t h e f o r m e r
Newman
hall.
I h i r l v live
lo the h a l l ' -
Mr.
rooms
in
have
capacity.
\\ iil be h o i f - c d
1
been
Sixty
added
the Italian
Miss
students
style,
with
of seventy-five.
room,
a seating
The kitchen,
p a n t r i e s a n d s e r v a n t s ' d i n i n g a n d bedouins
room.
a r c i n t h e rear
the b a - c i n c n l
The
i\ch
of the dining
\ liri proof staircase runs
Boothby
J.ouise
was
elected
Persons,
trustee
c a r i l l o n pealed o u t f o r t h e first t i m e
Sunday n i g h t w h e n Josef D c n y n , master
carilloneur
from
Maliues,
Belgium,
played at the d e d i c a t i o n services,
'22, A l b a n y
i f has been estimated that f i f t y l l i o u sai.d people were i n the c r o w d g r o u p e d
near the C a p i t o l a n d C i t y H a l l t o hear
Ella W a t s o n B a s h f o r d , '11, Clmthan
the bells. T h e c a r i l l o n is i n the t o w e r
eater, was re-elected secretary. M r s .
o f the C i t y H a l l .
I'.ashford i s also secretary
o f t i n bunds
f o r t h e State
College-Milne
alumni Quarterly.
H i g h school bell were collected here
t
w
o
years
ago
under
the
auspices
o f the
N e a r l y 500 a l u m n i v o t e d i n I b i s
STATIC C O L L E G E N E W S .
M o r e than §540
ar's
election.
This
exceeds
b y I was subscribed here, w i t h c o n t r i b u t i o n s
1(1(1 v o l e s a n y p r e v i o u s b a l l o t t a k e n . l m l 1 1 nearly e v e r y student.
During the campaign, W i l l i a m GorEight hundred a l u m n i subscribed f o
l l i e a l u m n i m a g a z i n e t h i s y e a r , a m ii l ; l , n , < i c c . P r o m i n e n t A l b a n y
resident,
s
m o r e t h a n fi()() r e n e w a l s h a v e a l r e a d y
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the c.'dlege d i - u l d m a k . o l b e i l i v m llie o r g m i / i l i o l l .
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w i l l lii welcome al the club's meetings.
Leopc
Sec L E O N E
FRATERNITY, COLLEGE
AND
CLASS JEWELRY
Hewett's
Commencement Announcements
and Invitations
Makers of the New York
State College for Teachers
Standard Ring
L 6, BALFOUR COMPANY
LES MOUSGUETAIRES
TO CONDUCT MEETING
RELIABLE
SILKS
WOOLENS
STYLE COMFORT
Unusual Value
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4
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, SEPTEMBER 23, 1927
FRESHMEN HANDBOOK EDITORS
33 ISSUES OF NEWS
WILL BE^ PUBLISHED
CONFERENCE AIMS
TO REALIZE NEEDS
"Cubs" Will Enroll F r o m The
Incoming Class For The
News Classes
Y.W.C.A. Sends 2 0 Delegates
To Silver Bay Convention
In June
TO P R I N T 1,00 0 C O P I E S
"It is the hope of the Conference
Committee that we will move out to
g e t h e r into new frontiers of expert
ence that we will come to a clearei
understanding of our own needs and of
those of the world of men and women
a b o u t us and that t h r o u g h fellowship and study t o g e t h e r we will (lis
cover power to meet lliese needs.'
Such was the aim of the Silver Ba\
Conference held in J u n e directly afte
the close of College at Silver Bay on
I ,ake George.
State's delegation of livriity stayed
at ( verlook cottage, a long rustic
building situated on top of a hill.
T h e y were: Ethel Dti Bois, '11, Mar
garet
Sloulenburgh,
'28, Kathleen
D o u g b l v , '28, Ruth Lane, '28, Kath
critic Graham, '.W, Mildred Lanslev
'20,
F.lcanorc S t e v e n s o n ,
Margaret
Doughty, '28, Eleanor Colberg, ',«).
L'uth G Moore, '28, F.velvn Me Nicklc.
'2'), Can.line Sehleick, '29, Georgiana
5 3 Students Work On Largest
News Staff For Coming
School Year
A new year in the history of publications at Stale College is being ina u g u r a t e d when this issue of the
STATE
COLLEGI?
NEWS,
undergraduate
weekly newspaper, is published.
T h e schedule for the newspaper, announced by Virginia E. Higgius, '28,
editor-in-chief, s h o w s thai thirty-three
issues will be published during the
c o m i n g year. More I ban a thousand
copies are issued weekly.
T h e STATE COLLEOE N E W S is conduct-
ing a campaign to enlist m e m b e r s of
the e n t e r i n g freshman class as " c u b '
reporters. Last ) > " r i more than sixty
freshmen were registered in newswriting classes taught by editors of the
HOME
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STEUBEN STREET
Corner James
LON GHANEY
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Gladys
Vadney,
'29, associali
Short summaries of the student
clubs and publications are included.
A m a p of Albany is designed to aid
new students in finding rooming and
boarding places.
PROCTOR'S
Grand
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
MON. TUES. WED.
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ROAD TO
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From Ihc Novel bi,
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SEPT. 29-30-OCT.
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a r e : K a t h e r i n c E. Saxlon, '28, business
m a n a g e r ; William M. French, '29,
m a n a g i n g editor; Elizabeth
I'lietleplace, '28, associate managing editor.
T h i s board holds a constitution from
the student association empowering it
to direct the policies of the paper.
Fifty-three students have been appointed to the stall of the weekly.
T h i s is the largest stall ever named,
exceeding the l()2(,-27 stall' by ten.
With the expected freshman assistants, more than o n e hundred students
will be connected with the editorial,
news a n d business staffs. Mure than
a hundred students tried out for positions last year, according to the directing board.
Mildred Lanslev, '29, editor-in-chief,
T h e former subscription department ditor, of the publication.
has been merged with the business dep a r t m e n t , a n d two former assistants
Five juniors are members of the
in the subscription department have
been named assistant business man- staff of the freshman handbook, copies
of
which have been sent to entering
agers in charge of circulation.
Last
year the subscription m a n a g e r was students.
also a m e m b e r of the governing board.
Miss Mildred Lanslcy, '29, is editorin-chief.
T h e associate editors a r e :
t a r o l m e Schleich, Nellie Cole, Wil
ham M. French ami Gladys Vadney.
In the book are included messages
to entering students from Dr. A. R.
More than 411 freshmen have en- Brubacker, president of the collegerolled for the student-taught classes in Dr. William II. Metzler, dean; Mis-'
journalism conducted by the STATE COL- Anna E. Pierce, dean of women, ami
I.ECK NEWS to train staff members.
G. La Verne Carr, president nf the
Miss Elizabeth Phelteplace, Norwich, junior class.
'28, will have charge of the try-outs
T h e book is bound in dark green
who are taking the news-writing course. imitation leather and stamped in gold
Those in the class a r e :
Margaret Features of the book are a calendar ...
Mickey, Donna V'ea Campbell, Dorotln
events during the college year, minima
Kcgniin, Marian Tcppcr, Lillian D u n ,
Hon about Albany, the history of Stale
Anna Lilly, Anne ("ruikshank, Berniee
h'ox, Mary Morganstcin, Clare Abra- college, sorority and fraternity olliceis
and
m e m o r a n d u m pages.
nmwitz, Beatrice Samuels, Flore Dekker,
Elizabeth Kronenberg, Zoe Miurichs, Rebecca Levy, (jenevieve vVcnetawowicz,
' 'Dependable
Flowers''
Lena Martin, Anna Sir..leak, Francis
Virginia I'eck, Shirle\ Uoliinsoii, Daniel
Ye Telegraph Flo went to nil J>u,tH
P. L'orr, Alice Bennett, Carol Siiuiott,
0/the
World
Belt) Sellout!), Florence Seward.
Bernadetle E. Basticn, jean M, (hi
lespy, Helen Otis and Nclta Miller are
business staff try-outs.
PkOWKN CHOP
EVERY TEACHER
Should Visit the Home of
Maar, '27, Isabel J o h n s t o n ,
Alice
Gooding, Elizabeth Pttlver, '29, M e r iam Earncll, '28, Ruth C o l b u r n , '27,
Hazel Benjamin, '26, Eleanor Vail,
'29.
T h e Conference w a s divided into
Interest G r o u p s or Areas—Individual
and Social led by Grace Lottcks, Dr.
Ilornell H a r t and Dr. Francis Scott.
Religious group in charge of Leslie
Blancbard, Miss Myrick, Miss Adelaide
LtUldon and Dr. II. II. T w e e d y of
Yale, and International Area in charge
of M. Corbctl, Dr. O r t o n , Mr. T h o m a s
Harrison, Dr. Alfredo I'alacios, President <if the Latin American Union in
Buenos Aires compared North and
South America, wishing they might
be "United, the two Americas, one of
spirit a n d the other action, one of
thought and the other of will, one of
emotion and the other of d y n a m i c s —
united, they complete the human
sphere and direct the world t o w a r d a
new evolution."
T h e opening meeting of the Conference was conducted by Dr. T. '/.
Kim of China w h o was educated in
this country and has since done much
valuable work for his own nation.
I le said, " T h e future nf China is bound
up with the I hrisli.in spirit of fellowship nf America and a kindly co-opera
live feeling for Chinese s t u d e n t s which
is growing in \ m e r i c a . "
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