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State College News
NKW YORK S T A T E COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
V o l . . X I I . N o . 'J
ALBANY, N. V , KKIDAY, SEITBMKRR 30, 1JI27
"GET-WISE" PARTY
TO BE COUNTY FAIR
Will Edit Lion
Hrads Of Organizations To Hand
Tentative Programs To Myskania
The
presidents
Five State College Buildings
M e r e a r e t h e new n a m e s f o r t h e
C o l l e g e b u i l d i n g s as a n n o u n c e d VIM t e r
d a y b y I V c s i f l c n l A . I\'. l i r u h a i d i < r
Name plate o f bronze, bearing t i n Progress A w a i t s
Arrival O f
.mines o f I he b u i l d i n g s , w i l l be e r e c t e d
Cut Stone, Announces
ni t l i c i n l a t e r .
The names a r e :
Brubacher
Diaper
h a l l - t h e . i d i n i n i - l r . i l io:
building.
$ 5 1 5 , 0 0 0
( i ( I c o n I law ley l i b r a r y - - l l i c pre -i nl C O S T E X C E E D S
i n d i i o i •iuiii.
I l l i e s l e d h a l l - t h e p r e . n l seieii. i
David
Page H a l l Gets
Name
j lidding.
From N o m a l School's
M i l l i e hall
t h e new M i l n e
IlieI
First Principal
-ehool b u i l d i n g .
,cnlral o l
tin
David
Page
hall
t h r e e new b u i l d i n g s .
I i u i l l I .,
A d d i t i o n a l w o r k m e n w i l l he employed
Ihe t h e a t r e a u d i l o i i m n a n d i i I - ' - . . i n ip H I
construction
, , f | | l c [|, r c e n e w
iiasium,
iitildiiigs ,-i.s soon as cut stone t o he used
o f a l l organizations,
F r e s h m e n G i r l s T o D r e s s • A s t h e program of ihct'r activities which
Milkmaids To Entertain
will include a inn j or portion of (he rol
O f' 3 0
I li'gc populous, and I h c a p p r o x i m a l e dale
i on wlricli they a r c l o he held,
F R O S H
T O B R I N G
A N I M A L S )
Kalhlec-
D o u g h t y , VH. c h a i r m a n o f the c „ m . n i r c <
Myskania
j HI a c l i v i l i e s , aniioilnced.
T oExplain
Rules; j
Sophs Will
Insignia
Distribute
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T h e " C e l W i s e " p a r h at JCla l o i i i g h l
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i isiinu w i l l he .i c o u n t ) l a, n
s W ' o l n r r , prcsidenl o l d i e sopho
" I n f o r m e r years some week-ends h a v .
i l r n
crowded
willi
imporlanl
social
e v . n t s w h i l e others have h e n i n c . " M i s ! D o i i g h l ) said
" T h i s year we a r c going
I " " ' ) I " reined) t h i s . "
I 'I he p i . . g r a i n s are l o he - m l lo l \ i l h
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MORE MEN TO WORK
ON THREE BUILDINGS
Brubacher Announces Names Of
; chilis, H e . a r c asked l o hand in a tcnl i-
Class
lOcmifs per copy, $'2.26 per yen,
I ii d i m , ...
ibuve the g r o u n d line a r r i v e s ,
H r s J ' ^ r r l NEWS TO COMPLETE
TiiBHlS;:!};™'! ITS
ITS ELEVENTH YEAR
YEAR ^ • ^
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t i n c no i i.iuiini 111 ( o n i m i i K i i i i s , I I , i
ccd.
These animals w i l l he entered
pedigreed stock show lo be judged
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f W
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In a member o l I h e I ollege l a c u l t y .
.
Side shows will introduce the frosh l
,,,,he fairgroundsof college" according j
t.. Hell) Diamond.
A l l details .'l tin
eiilcrlaiiimcul
will
he kepi
secrel
HKITIVA
Celebrate
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N'exl
Tuestkn
the X i w -
will
observe
II ,,pen f o r m a l b
ihe Alma
explanation
rival,-)
Male,'
of
with
traditions
comiM'v
will
U'elrcslinieiils
will
students
follow
w
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al the lug,,,nine
Although
, , , , , , , , 1 ,»t t«-
helw.
be given en
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s:nped
bullous
caps
worn mini
which niu-l In
u w i l l rcccivi
and lo.pies.
ihe firsi
taps
snowfall
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concerning
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the need
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a news
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breshmen
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will
he given
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her of
lleltiug
man tennis
p. , , , , - „ , . , .
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lowing
lt..|ln_
plawr
niiisl he
schedule
f„r
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N'ew Vork
eily
I„,ildings
will
be known
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and will
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girls
g.\ niuasuini.
l h . lir,. r..,„..l
company
will
install
" » ' ' ' b r i n e e,|uipmenl.
M-cording to pkms announced by D r .
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M uiiaiKei, Hie central o l the three new
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contain
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w
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Page
the theatre and
College men
will use
.''mnnel ? , T '
lie lonlmed
T
to use
hv
advice
>lic m.irn.uue,,, : u
• brack,-:, hichanl
, i , K l „ r g) mnaslics.
Men w i l l use the
" ; ' " " j Whislmi.
'.ill vs. Kalph
Slanlev,
' J « ; present
gymnasium in the basement of
f r o m I'resideni A . k. l i r u h a c h c r w i l l he in i h e f r e s h m a n colors
lie year t o publish a college news a l „ , u | „ l e .
T h e r e w i l l be c a r l ,
,
v.'is in. I w n l , a p p r . n al I n e\ em
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a p i n . n . d h) < u l .> j . , , „ „ , „ , ( . v r r > ,,,,,,. u . M v | H i r | | 1 ^ j , , , ,
when toipie-
Will he s i i l i s l n u l e d .
l a p s w i l l lie w i . r u
aeam a f t e r A p r i l 1.
I •. H-M It \ members i n v i t e d i n c l u d e : D r
Mil
I. N e l s o n , M r . h'.arl S o u t h , M c
A l i c e A . ( i o o d i l l g , Miss Kllen ('. Stokes
Miss |,met I ) . S h e l l i r l d , Miss l e a n c t l ,
I i W ' r i g b l , Miss A l i c e I ' a r k m a n , Miss
A l i c e K i r k p a l r i c k , Miss b'dilli l.eck, Miss
for
in (,.liege.
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-iratiiig that need.
I his act amused l h ,
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Iternard Aiierbach,
ir carlv in Oelobe,
Hi..n ..I the student hodv.
Ihe per " '
w<
has announced.
Wh.my, has been awarded the contract
tor ..am, „ i , , „ , , K | plumbing. A Buffalo
.oiiipuin will have the healing work and
.
expert
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Ihe Lion,
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men h a w em..lied
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four
die best
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In upperclassmen
slum
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Cover
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" . ' ' " ' ' S bad presenlcd
its
views
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Will
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heme p l n . d
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Ilie \ \ .isiimgloii pal I. i mn Is tu ile 11 mini
lAuiiO
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And W h i t e
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F UK 1 I
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Matches
B e Played, J . Herney
Announces
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|T |l l ll tr t , 1 l l. ll |; !i ^s !*i
W I T T
WILL
it-
was nol , | „ i l c
in s M c as the X n v - of
l l l t h
and while
all tin
it
rcniarkabh
..-
the singing.
he served
will
(j
and die
dances.
Women
M
edition
car
of Myskania.
.1 class insignia
fair
Hie l i r - i
and i junior
and inlerelass
rules by a member
ihe dislrihiil
the suigiug
' The reading
nrnffllAlt
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T i lU P
tonight." she says.
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In. mo re class, will preside.
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a
Tiinnm
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I\. Iliuliacker
I .iii/ii ri llogan
company,
I n c . , has
been a w a r d e d the contract' f o r general
A Z Z A H I T I I , '2')
'Only
L u n c h e o n In C a f e t e r i a
Friday
until
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With
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Prcsidenl
24 MEN WILL PLAY
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NETTOURNAMENT
TOURNAMENT S H / S l f
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hall.
building
will
contain
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Heine),
a line arts .studio on the top flour, a general I, d u r e
room and the home e c r "
K e n n e t h C a r p , liter. '_"'; T h o m a s
I 1 . l,-il|.,ii, '_"i vs. Nobert I S b i l l n i g l a w .
mine- d e p a r t m e n t .
T h e g e n e r a l lecture
' » " i l l have .a seating capacity o f 350,
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Wallace
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llawlec
The new science
' . " , vs. l , „ „ - j " " 1 " ' " , ' " ' • • ' V " l i l h l y \'"' f r w l i r n a n lect u , , - a n d meetings o i classes a n d o r g a i l i -
Sirevcll,
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( i n O c t o b e r - I , \<W, Ihe lii'si issue o f " , " n i ' s • ' " " l " l " « r i l , , s ' ' " ' '""l "l;i11 ' "
i l l , s u n ( o , i n , , Xi-.ws made i t - a p ; chides
Ktith
M o o r e . '2H, a r t e d i t o r :
pearaiice.
I , c n i s i s l e d , , f , i x h e a v i l ) j | l o m t h y W a l l s , '_>«; K l t t l l M a l l s , '_")
i - p, d pages
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of
paper \'^';/.'".,
became a ' /n. ' "oJi,i !h, l' ,. " "
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...in, . . I I ,
Siibscriplii.ns pn.vi'd m a d ,
l.ower b r a c k e t : K. I.ee l l e l l a b o ) , 'JS
M i l n e b a l l , t h i r d o f the three b u i l d i n g s
vs
Kand,il|ib
Spraeu,
'_"' K'.-diiald " " " l l 1 " ' 1 '' ' ' " l | s | r u c t i o n , w i l l he the new
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' ' " M l l ' » ' " i B h school.
It will
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''• l . ' A e n i e ( a i r . _ ' i v - l b ,- I . p.,,b,,|,...^
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K'udolpli W u r t h , 'Mi: Samuel ( , „ , p , r, '_")
; c a i u n , reial d e p a r t m e u l w i l l be o n
" , . ( " , ; l . " " y '. r " > ' \ , - M ; s s A I ' l V K y ' l l ' r '
on.,,,
'e.
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was ,f o r , ,e,1than once Hi.-.l w a r . the a c c o r d i n g ... Ruth M
uiiiler III,
M|ss
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vs H o w a r d (i.dT AS Ivan I . I a m p h r l l . j , h l l l l i n l l l ( " ' ' " ' l l l r present a d m i n i s T h e ^ " " "f o
are
n
• 'l•l •o' w
" -i n g
'coinniitlees
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„ an issue because
T h e l.ion w i l l not c m
of lack of siu'licienl linanees
The si
b u i l d i n g w h e n the new buildings
school Inidgel this \
A b b . . n e b it
eh.nee:
eulei'lainilleiil,
Helh
Di
mil
vs. A d o l p h Sell,,II, '.in
d, nt biiilei I pi in came , , . i t - rescue in
r o i n p l i led. T h e present l i b r a r v w i l l
Ktlie! t i r u n d b o f c r , llabe Kaplan, Thoni.e
w i l l be t i n same s i / ,
l u h - i n g l e m a t , b e . w i l l be - , b , d i l l , ,
M'II bavi I.:
lb,
-pi me oi | o | 7 and Ihe publication
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111,
i ..liege l i h r a n -ehool. T h e
llermw ; insignia, IMIIU'CC ( i i l b . r l , Hah,
waplaced under Ihe prole, lion of l l u - more page- than last
or -in pages
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e present a m
Kaplan. I.oiu'.se Dubee, \ irginia Similes
tournament
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laN
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lb, n on, the ,|iiesii,,n
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dale- picked to ,u,,id leilgh,
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b.i be,
• ol h u h Iroiibh
m-lead ol > mi, in October, Decnibei
and a d .;;
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Class
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h. i i . refreshments,
Louise
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Tra-I,
in Ihe spring
when
Hi, \.,i n , ,
lesis
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nine
.war- the -beet
March and M a \ .
i m i i s l r a l i v , ollices w i l l he continued i n
Mice
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lleiioit, Kalherille I!. \ \ alkim
leiiui- team w ill tram t'.u it
- , h, dub
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maiiilamed
if,nan size hut two w a r I-"n--l niu-u ma\ i n mil for I lie ad\ei
b,
present
D
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ball.
I.ni,
| . I'ornianek : dc, orations, Mildrei
liu'ludi d m die I b l a n l , „ n l i r - i -n
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, - vole ol the -liiden!
i,,,,,,, ; m , | buan,-.- slab's ,n tbe maea
T h e science b u i l d i n g w i l l continue '
I ..ni.mi. I'dwaid
I In an., m. l i e d ( m i n i ,
men.
The) ar,
Heme), | imis,
mad
I.I, to in, r,a-e
Ihe / , ' , , , .
There are no " t i n
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t h e c h e m i s t r y , physics a n d b i o
l'"'b
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Kick.
Main
V.lsoii:
Km .' \ II -i-1. i arr and ( io|]'.
Kuc ••• , - k i i
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I i has been named
'be. I lo i l - present - i / e .
l b , n l r . i ex
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Those who colli ribllle to
i,n
I,
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and Hell)
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p.. ,
capl
i the v a i s i n
basketball
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Y. M. C. A. NOT TO OWN
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RESIDENCE THIS YEAR
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lo \ \ . C. Slievell.
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M i s , Trask
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, SEPTEMBER 30, 1927
State College
News
•
By C n i r d W o r t h
THE NEWS HOARD
.-In American
VIRGINIA HIGGINS
Editor-in-Chief
pp.
550 YVnshitiBl
Vvenue, West 2096-)
KATHKHINK SAXTON
Easiness
Manager
Delta Oiliegn House, 55 So. Lake Ave., West 2-I2S-W
WILLIAM M. FRiiMcii
Boston:
From
thousand
on a t r a m p
"The
iloes
Mil
iccessarilv
if
drove
a s t o w a w a y and
me over the seas to s k i m
T h e new
forces—a cool realistic adventurer.
the land o f C o l u m b u s , L e i f
which
Moth
I read about
K r i c s o u , Indians, and romance,
at s e a ; and the land o f skyscrapers,
bridges, a i r r a i l r o a d s , a n d r e a l i s m , w h i c h
I h i d seen m i
m y shore leaves."
T h i s a d v e n t u r e r has w o v e n a d a z z l i n g , kaleidoscopic p.it
tern
vvilh his experiences.
(>n llie pattern y o u see m i i n .
s w a y i n g g i r l s o f a H a r l e m n i g b l club, the baptismal
rilu
a l i s m o f a Doomsday c h u r c h , a pungent autopsy, the e r n e
o f a psychiatric
clinic,
the convict
prison camp. Jensen shivering
slav
s ,,| a
in a bread line ,u
endorse
sentiments
Down
Stream
C.
S.
I".
exprefseil
A..
The
stark
bubiinian
mantic
( nl.l.F.liK
The glamour
Souther
Pirund upon
several
iulenaiua
ol
chaplers
the W o r l d
tbi
reader
W ,r
ventured
Wmnc n w h o b f l
C o m f o r t a b l e homes i n A n n i n a l o sleep in ho.v cars and on
decks o f f i s h i n g smacks in w,.r l o r n i u r o p e a n - in this v o l
l i m e iiccurik-d the accolade o l t i n v.vw c h i v a l r v
I have
"I
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cabaret
Mrs.
l U , r close
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tear
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cold,
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v m i r s e l l .inrcservedlv l o evcrv audv in
the l u l l , alio It, il to it, to e v e n p h a a m
wl
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l h ihe sort o f pupil v m i w i l l wish |,, ' •• • " " l N l ' ••'"' U l
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leach when v m i h.iv, the r. s
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o l l o u r n w i i class,
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understand n r can'l believe, l e t ' t h e epics
nia .1, r . d. •• i , , at l , „ ' i
l i n n m a r k s shine f r o m vuiir c-vc-. -.,
inslruclnr
w i l l endeavm- ,,, help
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l i n n m a r k s in vmir nule b.• ,k ,.r h \ l ' ' ' '' l
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c i d e r s , d. In h i d vvilh
plav f i l l |
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live
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,li c h a r c m e
c r i l i c , and . I„.s
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to
matter
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h'liipicsli
to l l i e n n , I. ,-.'
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glands
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f o r its o w n sake.
what
in,
Perhaps you
y o u intend
so m u c h
will
ly
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I .,,,.,,
s i m l e ..t d u s k ,
for the chlhl
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disirihut,
and l u c k ,
In excell any y o u ever had.
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CONCERNING BOOKS FOR CHILDREN
I I I . Ill
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he i-
Perhaps y o u wish
lb, i n I n n ,
as long as il is a laudable one and v , „ , ! .M>l>a Dell;
" " of C a r o l M I h i ul.-i
pursue it w i t h d e l e r n i i n a t i o i i ; but a pur j i m | r ,,{ (;,, | „ . , ,
, | 1 I 1 M . y i l | , m | 1 s , | , . , w , j f „,„ U ( i | | M s | u .
,
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and grin
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be that
will
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vim a purpose:
e to colleger
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the •
snail has lluated t,, sea ; t h e cataleptic c m nl -
c c u t i i i i i e I lec-ht's hold
receding
desire k n o w l e d g e
coiisiiiuptior, of the slender
eves
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scrubbing
is a l w a y s
tliir
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not nieasun
which
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w
good a teacher as one y o u once had. m
h'ogers.
for h n little
their
will
ple.ase the folks at home.
Hi,
a n d sc, A n t ,u Pupapm i l . I. in ik,
i i i the b a t h r o o m
however,
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in Chi, ago.
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d a / / l i n g phantasm i g o i i a . "" 11K»1
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(,.,/, into l l c c l i l ' . cl.i
bed
today,
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where J.isu.i and Ulysses unci
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black shriveled w i c k , and P o l j a n n a would be ple.ned
n the c h r o n i c l e o l llie h e m i c s l r u g g l .
the v i c t i m s
seldom
311 pp. S i . Si I.
candle hv its v o t i v e flame.
T h e I'.ve n l A l a n b'nlke
S A (; R 11-1 fj r S O I- W () M B N D( X TORS
T O A l l ) W A R VICTIMS PORTRAYED
among
life
Descrv t h e d u l l apathy , , f the Icon In I lit lit f u l l g l e a m .
w i l l ; I h e p'e.isiuc
suffering
through
realism in l l l i y s i u . u i s ' l i f e
by S a n i u - I
play
dm - it
o u r best t o m o r r o w , f o r to the d e t e r m i n e d
done.
the m o u t h
Elaine
shadows
what
cheats itself
in, has an indicator
hesl
or ro
I he d i s i n t e g r a t i o n o f M a r l b e , ap
with
son and C l a r k e .
Restless
in scholarship
Success never
| o u r best.
I l l a d i m c a t h e d r a l die breath o l a shrine candle w.iv
biidav i i i , hi when the lacullv parlicipaled m a niosl
cordial welcome I n the f l u s h .
I ' l i e i n n h i eiis.il v. e x p e r t o n e i n t h e posit m i ; o f ;;
p r o f e s s o r o r c o l l e g e o l l i i er l o he so rcsei ve . H i d c o n
senilis o l t h e d i g l l i t v o l h n p o s i t i o n a - I n expect a
I I I I - I C I n -.l.maii t o m.il.c n n i a d v a n c e s t u w i l l h is r n „ .
nili,,n,
I h n is n o t t r u e o l o u r S i a l c I u l l e g c l a , ullv
T h e H ulv u r e a l a r c l l i u s c w h o , urn o n is ,,, t h e n
o w n g r e a t n e s s , l e n d t h e i r p e r s o n a l i l v i n e l \ t,, a l l .
I he a t l i t i i d t , , l i>ni f a c u l l v I i ida.v i n . lit m t h e mv i n
o l l l i e i r l i m e a n d i n l i T C s I s , . h o w - ho.v g e n e r o u s Ihev
w m k o l alle-
i;
l i e chose the cross.
c i t j ; i i , si,fi
M l ) . f.i.Sii.
if
I can. and that is a l l there is In i t . "
choice l a y between
STATE DEMONSTRATES DEMOORACY
women d o c a m - i l l l b , il g a l l a n t
her d r i l l
Editor)
A r c we a l l o w u l |o I.i!,• m m , |l ,:
,1 ( o l h i ; , pnl,In H I , , i i So.
I'nly
• consciousness when we bavi done
is not a c o l o r f u l
I feel a n d what
Idealism struggled
T h i s r e i n i m l s lis uf lliose w e l l - m c a t i i n g parents w h o
p u n i s h llu-ir e h i l i l r e n , anil t h e n , w i s h i n g I n m a k e everyt h i n g a l l r i g h t a g a i n , p r o c e e d lei e x p l a i n at u r e a l l e n g t h
just h o w iniieh il hurl t h e m , the p a r e n t s — o f course
i n i n f l i c t p u n i s h m e n t u p o n I lie c h i l d .
T h i s l i t t l e i n c i d e n t pre s u p p o s e s a m i s d e m e a n o r o n
t h e p a r t o f t h e c h i l d , w h e r e a s , i n t h e case o f t h e f r o s h ,
he is w h o l l v i n n o c e n t — p u r e as t h e d r i v e n snow a n d
Us d r i v I ' l l !
J u s t w h a t is I n he g a i n e d f r o m this s o p h i n d i c t e d
enlightenment
n -till a (piestinn.
h i t h e r Hie s o p h s
c r a w e \ i i t c m i i l l . o r else t h e i r noses a r e h r o k e l i .
The flush will survive
tin'V alvvav - d o a t r a d i t i o n ,
as it w e r e .
'I hev w i l l M i l l he ma-en
iiiulher Iradilion.
A n d s o , dear s o p h s , w h a t a r e •
going to do?
The class ,,| '.ill f a i l e d t o s u h i n i l a n v r u l e s f o r '.11
t o Mv - k a m a
W a s this d u e l o anv s o i l n e s s o f heart ]
We wonder!
I'erhaps a p o l i o
is b e i n g f n f l o w e d o l
c a i e l t i l l v a v o i d i n g a u \ r e s t r i c t i o n w h i c h m a c he d i l l i
c u l l t o , n i l , , , e I i w i l l In r e m e m b e r e d h o w easii.v t h e n '
•..one s o p h s h a n d l e d t h e c a p l o i p i e I r a d i l i o n !
V\ hat is a soph i i i l e . "
h'ood f o r l l i e e g , , o f a ills
illilsioiied soph!
K v l d c i i l l v , t h e c l a - s n l ' . i l l h a - been
w e l l f e d t h e i r e g , b e i n g w e l l de v eh i p e d .
I',.I,I l . o v . j o y ,
Marthe
O n e sees
I sec, what
The
nean?
w h i c h llie inhibited associalc vvilh
l i f e is absent.
the cross,
V. Vv.v.
!
I'a.c il (',.< ici.
I l u v s i n a i i s expresses his creed in the f o r w a r d
what
\ ' n l . X I I , N o . 'i
b r u s h w i l l " g e l w i s e " l u t i i g h l . . • . d u n n i n g t h e i r inch o f
k n o w l e d g e — o i e x p e i ienee
u l m o f us is i n say j n s l
w l m t wit', m a k e u p f o r l l i e d e f i c i e n c y ?
I n vc.'irs past, t h e f l u s h h a i r been •. • i \ f ii i p i i l e • i g o r o u s
t r e a t m e n t a f t e r w h i c h t h e y w e r e fell a n i l a l l o w e d t o
Samaritans
MHS. K I T H
Capers".
praise il as you w i l l , is bohllv
M... m i l l . , I I .
Chicago:
,,f the delineation , , i M a r l b e
h a p p y , never p l a i n t i v e .
Main 22S7
SOPHS HAVE BROKEN NOSES
P.v I'Slhei
the
Mejiili
includes " M a r t h e " . "D,,vvn S t r e a m " , " A
trulbfulncss
figure.
II.e best
New. Y o i k
Saga"
h e r e f o r e cheats no one else,
D i s h o f Spices" and " C r i t i c a l
I'l.V
A l . l i . W V , \ . V . September 3 0 . 1927
Summit,ins.
" A n American
$2.5(1.
This translation
III
AWAKUS,
PRINTED IIY M I L L S Am PRESS. .1" I .!«(> Broadway
MiJ pages.
Coiirles.v Alliaiiy I'.'veiiinir News
theme of the v i v i d p a t t e r n
T h i s gives
by J . K, l l i i y s m a i i s ,
343 pp.
depressive.
A M I " I ' A I I : \ I A KICU"
N'KWSI'APKH."'
f o r truth.
Success
('. I. I ' . A . , 1927
\., " A . \ t l IUCA'S P.I ST T K A C I I K H S ,
PKIZK
ipiesl
T n a s iirer
S n• r e l ; i i )
so l l e s i l e i l .
"At.i. A Mum , w "
d'biuiigb
he became
steamer.
O n e discerns a u n i f y i n g
MliNo;l i .
W h a t w i l l happen il" we dm 't .,:•
the " O c t - W i s e " |i;ir!,v?
Ctmi/'lil.tnry
allrmtanrr
<•( (r , ' n •,
/Ac "del ll'i.tr"
1'iirlv iv ,i Cull, .•,
tlilion xutM-l'-'l
l>v l/v.v7,-,m/„ ,•',. , ,,
more class r e / / / /.-///.•/ uiil,//•/,•
'.•••.'
for any riolnlioii
i l/i•>/•„;,;. /
.Arc we supposed to know a l l V
kani.i ?
There
is no eoin/ml.uou.
but , ,•
qnainlanee with Colic-',- lend, r.-. i\- ,-,,:
| thing which every loy.il and ,,"../• ,;,-,•
student will
nalnrullv
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CI he
Editor)
W'hv do we have to kimw l b , C
M a t e r hv N o v e m b e r h , i ?
/ / is a ( olleoe Iradilion
• !.', /
W h e n do UMIIII.ISHIUI cla.se
', •
V, ren.be!
lir,l
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I „ .'.
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Mav t i e h i i n i i v ,1k a n d tail .,
Ivoltinda?
There is no ,,,//. ,/,• ;• ••/ •
/•/,/ //,.(/. .Seen:,,, in ill,
Co.,
bi-hien
• \ly. l.-.iniai
Do w, have I,, p.iv I,n l h , '• ,,
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en V , . , ..
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<inee llie \ i w - n ,./., . ' /•
//,,/,, ,./i/' '•oil, d by U,
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be saw the sailors o l a
tossing upon lousy, Hop house beds.
he | i l , M - l v e i l
viating
A t twelve
w a t c h its hidden
coiiliiliiilioiis. No cnininiiiiications A ill he priuleil unless the writers'
names are I. ft with the Kdilor in < hief of Hie News. Anonymity
Amen.an
Jensen
o f these, t h e o l d and t h e new, focused m y eyes in .America,
llnnril
«-.-•• | . y i l l e Kelilm nil
1 -1 i. I.i \ I II I I I , collei
lisei iplioo s, $2.25 |ier y e a r ,
ic ' S I I I I I O H I
'cs-neiatiiin.
r
Ion
in 1lie I ' l i l l eil S t a l e s .
Delivered a
S |n«le'"oi'i'i'es,
E n t e r e d as se, mill class I I I n i t e r in , , , - i ".iii r e , A l l i a n y, N . V
( erhini
window
o l d v i k i n g spirit
Southern
Al.H'K
ol
in w h i c h
I n t h e t o w n RI-OR shop,
scientific s p i r i t d r e w me d o w n intn llie hearts o f nature to
P u l i l i s l i o l e-v el \
Cerium
seaport
(lie s u r f a c e o f n a t u r e — a w a r m , r o m a n t i c rover.
I.I I V ll.VSKR,
Kosli H A N O I I I .
MAHGARI;, lll,l
SECIINII
Danish
bis school
ports.
patients
will
llie
sailed t o t h e fastness o f Iceland, at sixteen be was slnkin.u
CAMI'
Mews
$2.50. 219
L i t t l e B r o w n and C o m p a n y ,
T h e C h a l k - P i p e , he heard y a r n s o f love, bale, s t r i f e , and
death.
H A M I L T O N A C I I K S O N , '30
I'LURBNCE ( i
ma, Mil
H E T T I N A AZZARITO, 2V
BETTY HARRIS, Mil
GLADYS HATES, Mil
M A Y Kl.iWEN, '2'i
A L I C E H B N U I T , 'Ml
C'AKOI.INI: ISOTRIIA, MO
GERTRUDE BIIASI.OVV, '29
I'.IHTII LAWRENCE, Mil
DoROTIIV BRIMMER, '.ill
LllliENA MARCUS, ' 2 9
MARGARET HllRNAl', Mil
KollERI' S l I I I . I . I N f i l . A W , '29
ALMA
Dm.AN. MO
SIIIRLKV
\V
, Mil
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAIIEIIS
T H O M A S ]'. I'AI.I.ON, '29
l i n s r n I'.. G R I F F I N , Ms
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS
ADVERTISING
JOSK
st: N E W T O N , MS
MAEKI BERG, M S
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS
( nn CI.AI'II.N
U l l T I I K i l l V, M S
IMEAN..R \ \ Kt.CIl, '29
i l l S I N K S S i VI f
The
b y C a r l C h r i s t i a n Jensen.
l i v e d as a boy t h r o b b e d w i t h l i f e .
SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS
K A T H L E E N DoumiTV'j '28
DOROTHY WATTS, MS.
MARY J U D I T H LANGDCIN, '.in
R U T H (!. MOORE, M S
J U N I O R ASSOCIATE EDITORS
CRACK M. URADY, MO
KUJRKNCK K O B N , '2')
GENEVIEVE COLE, ' J O
HKSSIK LU'EDES, '29
ROSE DHANSKV, '29
KI.IZAIIKI I I I'ULVER, '29
M l l . l l K K I I ILVIIEL, MX
1,1-I.A V A N S C I I A I C K , ' 2 8
MnLl.ll! KAI'FMAN, '29
CAROLINE S c i l l . K l C I I , ' 2 9
VERA B E L L E W K L L O T T , '29
DESK EDITORS
MARGARET STEELE, Mil
Louis J. WOLNKR, Mil
|.
Saga
Frederiekshiivcn,
Managing Editor
Kappa Delia Rho House, -ISO Morris St., Wes'l 4314
EI.IZAIIKTII PIIKTTKI'I.AIK
issociate
Manaijittg
Editor
Sy.hlmn Hall, 227 Ontario S t . . West 2096-lV
IVAN
"Our Best - That Is
Success," Says
Mrs. Fee
JENSEN'S "AN AMERICAN SAGA" HAS
UNIFYING THEME, VIVID PATTERN
ESTABLISHED IIY THK CLASS OF 1918
The IJmtergrnctuntc Newspaper of New York
Stale Collcgu fur Teacher!;
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, SEPTEMBER 30, 1927
DRAMA IS IN HANDS
KELLEY ANNOUNCES 7
OF O'NEILL, SAYS
COMMITTEES FOR TEA
MISS A . FUT7ERER
The
Future
dramn
r e Is
niithnr
nf
In
a
sij;ns
'The
of
Cui.l
Aynv
h'ullerer
Skinner,
'28,
was
Syddum
Hal!
at
cleeted
the
m'.ilive
house m e e t i n g on Monday evening.
other
jlnnvu'
officers
Rony,
:ICT.T
Cod
in
'29;
'29;
arc:
The
vice-president,
secretary,
treasurer,
Mary
Margaret
first
Amy
Mijlchall,
R i c k a r t l , '.30.
his
has
fiillcsi
i
*il(>W
j-rali-,
not
yd
T h e annual ( i i r l s ' . A t h l e t i c a s s o c i a t i o n
h i k e to Indian L a d d e r will he n e x t
S a t u r d a y , O c t o b e r 8, a c c o r d i n g t o F l o r e n c e P o t t e r , '28.
I.
ilM-b,
-niiiclhiii;:
flan
i,.,,|ir,|
i-\jin - .ion",
M e m b e r s of the publicity c o m m i t t e e
of the G i r l s ' A t h l e t i c a s s o c i a t i o n
for
1927-28 a r e : G l a d y s Hates, ' 3 0 ; E s t h e r
W a t e r s , ' 3 0 ; Leoua Skinner, '30; Jane
N y e , '30, and V i r g i n i a S i m i l e s , '30.
il,
Mis
thinks.
spent
stuily
at
York
eily.
last
\ear
I ohuuhia
in
advance
uni\i-rsit\.
W h i l e in X< u
I'lllterer attemleil
tin
\ n
x
i oil..
\ii.
|.n - m i n t ion^
revivals
the
work
would
M I,: t o
'li-pa-a:
of i h e y o m i : , i |.| i A \ i--bl
Kitlier t h e y
are
noi
liv tin- uv
!,, | l . . ,
| , | o l l l i - c . ri| I h e , l l l e , I . a - ., ,
i.. .1
,•'
Until
"i..i e v
MI
ili>
annual
I 111!
i. e .
•i
I'ln
I
Tea at
general
ha-
and
Filler-
committee-
D i r e c t o r y c a r d s will a l s o he filled
E m i l y W i l l i a m s , '28, h a s b e e n n a m e d
j c h a i r m a n of t h e V. W . C. A . social service
committee.
Other
members
are
Edna Wolfe, '28; Doris Gallup, '28;
A l i c e l l e n o i l , ' 3 0 ; M a r i o n b o x , '29.
ehair-
cliar.ee
Kappa
Boulevard
out,
tin
l-'resl HI K i i art
is
I hniiM
l-'ta
ol
D e l i a , re
i:.i.
J p h i I p.ih.u
,] l i n e !
M niiilaj
i,.iinina
I ii h.i
. » . i -:
of
aillioiiiHTtl
Intersororily
'inn il iiu i ' inu
I'.i
'2tt
K M U.Y,
'2X, president
( 'oiineil
niti.I
Mi
TII
Kelley,
A t t e n d a n c e will be t a k e n in A s s e m b l y
a s it w a s last y e a r .
T h e s e n i o r s and
s o p h o m o r e s m e e t at 11 o'clock, and the
j u n i o r s and f r e s h m e n m e e t at 1 1 : 3 5
T h e s o p h o m o r e s are required to remain
in their p l a c e s until M y s k a n i a and the
s e n i o r s h a v e l e f t the a u d i t o r i u m .
The
f r e s h m e n m u s t wait for M y s k a n i a and
the juniors to leave.
T h e e x c u s i n g officers for a b s e n c e a r c
t h e s a m e as t h e y w e r e last y e a r .
Dean
William fl.
Mclzlcr
is the e x c u s i n g
officer for (lie j u n i o r s and f r e s h m e n , and
P r e s i d e n t A . R. Ilrubackcr, for the SC11i o r s and s o p h o m o r e s .
Denominational cards, on which freshn u n will i n d i c a t e their c h u r c h p r e f e r e n c e , will he filled o u t in a s s e m b l y t o d a y , f o r the p u r p o s e of a s s i s t i n g city
p a s t o r s to g e t ill t o u c h w i t h p r o s p e c t i v e
members.
I ' a i i i l r s y AMiiiny Kwiillij! N e w s
..
l\'i
the
pla.v • I..
. 1 1 1 . h i l l • .i|
nilia
I'ln,
I'ln. d e c o r a t i o n s ; I ,annua
arrailcenienls,
and
Cuurii'.s.v A Imny KVI-IIIIIK
la-la
lii
I )KA.\
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hnsl
and
of
' I ' N , ill.
I
(ireal
|ila\
lie
of
She
(,re;il
Mis-
ureal
< I'Neill.
point
tl.n
Km;cnr
(Catherine
president
nf d r a m a I a-
•'While
not
preM'iil
with
'"I'hc
iieninliiiK
director
of
SYDDUM HALL ELECTS WILL TAKE ASSEMBLY
SKINNER,'28, PRESIDENT ATTENDANCE FRIDAYS
Celebrate Birthday
and
'Mmi
p. M l -
kellc.\
l-'dna
\V..lli
Deh.i,
135 GIRLS VISIT CAMP
COGSWELL SATURDAY
has
n.i
I,,i
Ii
inill.-.-s
Ihe
I,
airane.d
-.,
WlI.I.IA.M
NCWC
I I. M i l /I I.U
"Dependable
We Telegraph
Of the
r n l . n l .il Kappa
!',,Hi.wine, coin
DEAN METZLER WAS
\
64 YEARS OLD SUNDAY
Dean W i l l i a m I I , M e t / l c r celebrated
<lv-foiirlb birlhdav S u n d a e .
This
11 v T e a : ll..u.-1-s l l i "
' l i s his n n h v e a r a s d e a n h e r e ,
I'V. M e l /
•"':
r e t r e s h n i e i i l s . | l T j s ., , . , , ; , | „ , | U . ,,f , | u , I n j v r s j ( v ,.f
nisic. M a i n . n S l o a n , T o r o n t o , c l a s s ,,f 1K8S, a n d r e c e i v e d his
,.,,1,1,1, H i - n u n , ' 2 9 . I d o c t o r ' s d e c r e e at t ' l a r k l ' i m e r s i l \ in
il.er of
I'ln
Ih-la
1892
Me
\ i
d I ' h i K a p p a 1'lii,
K a p p a , Sii
d
\
college hoi
t
I
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i
\h •
NEWMAN WILL GIVE A
RECEPTION TO FROSH
Ml I lii M a o i oil,
ok li:, , - . a n n u a l
I,
distributed
erally w e l c o m e d
I I,an..i - m i i l i . .:••
l o a n a l u . . I,|..|.||I.
\ \ hd
, I-IM.II, . .
i i
n ;
Phone
Main
2 3 I T h i r d S t r e e t . A l b a n y , N . Y.
T e l e p h o n e West
3775
AND
CHINESE
D a n c i n g 10:30 t i l l 1 A . M „ E x c e p t S u n d a y
44 State St
STYLE COMFORT
MAISTELMAN BROS.
Unusual Value
ol e,lie at m i :
indent- u h
n ilia t h e la
Phone Main 7187
SitccrNSorx
TII
Sttihlrr*
$6.50 up
FEAREY'S
Ice Cream, Confectionary, and Home Made Sandwiches
44 N o . Pearl
THE NEW YORK STATE COLLECC STUDENTS ARE
CORDIALLY INVITED TO VISIT THE
299 CENTRAL
AVE.
Arpes-Aswad C&pdy SbopJoc.
222 CENTRAL AVENUE
EYEGLASSES
OPTOMETRIST
50
N.
P e a r l St.
OPTICIAN
Albany, N.Y-
W YORK STATE NATIONAL BANK
<J!> S T A T U
A M t A X Y . N.
STK1CICT
and
877 lo 885 Madison Ave., Albany, N. V.
HHS M a d i s o n
I
I7<
130 Q u a i l
I , - u t r a l A v e n u e , A l b a n y , N . Y.
M
Fourth Street,
South
THE
VERY
DETAIL
MAY
WE SERVE
AND
OFFERS
Allan
Ave.,
Albany,
N.
Y.
St.,
Albany,
N.
Y.
Street,
Troy, N . Y.
3 U Y BONNIE BREAD'
AN
PLEASES.
YOU?
Barbers
Phone
Main 6280
133 N o
Opp.
Pearl
Clinton
Albany,
N
Y
St.
Square
Smart
Coats - Hats - Dresses
Gym 1 d^s - Too
Bran*, h Stores:
JO \ S i , ,,1.,-n S I O - I - I , A l b a n y , N. Y.
TO
ASSURANCE OF SERVICE T H A T
For
Girls and Misses
BAKERS
ik S t r e e t , A l h a n y , N . Y .
IS M O D E R N
12 B e a u t i c i a i u
A. HAGAMAN & GO.
.Ml. I
SHOP
7 Master
Special
,11 trillion
girrn
to
Sirorihj
tinil I''ru tern ill/
Houses
84({ Madison Avenue
Phone West IN37
Cor. Ontario Street
(Ju-.iin
THIS
lt'3 the cut of your hair t h a t
s t a m p s your personality
Permanent Waving P A L L A D I N O
Finger Waving
RELIABLE MEATS AND
FRESH KILLED POULTRY
Mill:
Home Made Candies and Delicious Ice Cream
V.
L. A. BOOKHEHIVES
lloilleil
STREET"
SANDWICHES. COFFEE AND PASTRY
-.. '
HI
I3I4
Open 11 until 2 A. M.
" We Understand Eyes
!,,
Normanskill Farm Dairy
gen-
times.
BOULEVARD DAIRY CO,, Inc.
STEUBEN STREET
Coruer James
: - . ' , . .
n.i'i
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ELEANOR SMITH SPENT
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EXAMINATIONS GIVEN IN
FRENCH AND SPANISH
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Produced
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STATE
COLLEGE NEWS, SEPTEMBER
THEY STUDIED IN EUROPE THIS SUMMER
4 GROUPS OF GIRLS
DEFINED BY PASTOR
30, 1927
OF CAMPUS DAY
INSTRUCTORS GREET DATEWILL
BE ANNOUNCED
FRESHMEN FRIDAY
The date of Campus Day, the first
big day of the college year, will he announced next week, when classes will
Speakers Sketch T h e History appoint chairmen lo prepare stunts to
And Purpose Of Their
he staged that day.
Organization
Campus Day. which is celebrated here
Friday evening State College held it' every fall, is the occasion of selecting
first social function of the year, tin from the ranks of the women of the
faculty reception. Because of inadetptali
room, members of the faculty, and of senior class, the Campus Queen, who
the freshman and junior classes, and | rules over the festivities of I hit I day.
,VM
Last -year,
Kndora" Lanipinan,
class officers only were present.
, ••••"
" "."
i.,nii|mi,in, president
piesiuei
Each student wore a lag upon which " ' Inlcrsoronly council, was elected ti
was written his name, class, and home I that post of honor a i d the year priot
address. The faculty also wore lags.
I I " Hint. Muriel Wcnzcl, president of tin
The receiving line, which was headed ; student association, r r l i r l as t|iicen.
by President A. It. liriibaclier and Dean!
I he cpieen is sehced hy a popular
William I I . Mclzler, extended all around j . n l t ' • ' . " I" " " " ' " " ' K assembly and her
the room. Members of the faculty were j identity is h.ld secret until the eve g
grouped according to the deparlmenl to J ','', ( •'""P'.'s May, when she makes her
which they belonged.
dehm, with her e a, compos,
President lirtlbachcr, welcomed the representatives ol each ol the I •
entering class. After ibis. I lean .Anna I ''l;,'SM'sI''.. Pierce introduced speakers represent
ng the Girls' Athletic association. Men'
Athletic association, V. VV. ('. A.. New
nan club, Mcuorah, Dramatic and Art
issocialioii, Stale College News, a i d
Music association.
Kach greeted the
class of Ml, and pointed mil the ad van
lages and aims of the organization he
represented.
/WO/V. TUES. WED.
The evident success of the al'f.iii i>
OCT. 3-4-H
due to Ruth Lam, '_N, general chairman,
•nil i AT ,.M> rni C'ir '/,')•"
Willi
n Kri'.u c.isl topped by
land the following committees: Kathleen
I.AUK A I.A 1'LANTII Doughty, '28, speakers; t i a r a llage\
Crt-ilihton Unto (U-rtrude As',,.-, potresl
| '2K, name lags; Richard Jensen. '.'>'
Siiinlcy and Muilh.l Mm li x
THUR.
FRI. SAT. O C . G-/-B
music; Ruth kellcy, '2K, grouping of
MONTI: HI.UK
faculty : Charlotte Jones, 78, refresh
In ii Comedy IVnmii
One Class Is "Nagged In Vain
By H e r Ideals," Declares
Rev. Vruwink
There ni*e four kinds nf jriris iii-cording to the Rev. f-Tenry A . Vruwink,
pastor nf the Madison nventic Reformed
churcii, who spoke nl the Y. VV. C. A
vesper services in the rotunda Sunday
evening.
The Rev. Vruwink defines tlie first
class as the conscienceless nirl, entire!..
lacking in scruples. Me .elievcs thn
there are few or none of these at Stall
College. The second kind has ;i critl
science lint dues not heed i t ; she i"nagged in vain hy her ideals."
The third class keeps within the con
ventional standards of proper cmidticl
hut not without hitler strife wi hin Tin
fourth class is happy in doing tin llni
things of life. Most girls are in tit
third class, he helieves, lint the. t.n
enter the foiirlh anil bet class h_\ elosi
spiritual association with the Lend.
Young women should not sni"k
cigarettes, Mr. Vruwink believes. I I
says he is not proud of the i e i th.it In
himself smokes. Smoking, he continued
is disagreeable to oilier people, despiii
breath pcrlunu anil incense.
The vesper service was presidid nvei
by Knlh Lane, '2«. Katharine Main
mcrsley, 'JM, sang, accompanied h\
Marion fonklin, _'X. and a violin obli
galo hy Margaret Martin, '_'.S.
b'ollowiiiu the service, Dean Anna P..
Pierce and Miss L'.lizaheth I I . Morris,
assistant professor of philosophy, poured
tea and about fifty were present.
PROCTOR'S
Grand
HIGH CUS's"VAUOtVILL£
I mcnls; Ruth Moore, '28, advertising.
DIRECTION
t'.i|irli-H.y AII11111.V Kveullitf New,
Dr. Harold W. Thompson, Miss l-nnicc A. Perine
Miss Marlha J. Allhright, Mrs. Florence D L'rear
STOUTENBURGH NAMES FRATERNITY MEN ARE ! Do state Coiiege CM. Work?
CORNELL DELEGATES Anne SchneiderHolds Three Jobs
TWELVE COMMITTEES
STANLEY
•I III. HIISIil
COMPANY
ST R A N U
MARK
ALL NEXT
ti
jTN
WEEK
BIG
PARADE'
Renee Adoree
John Gilbert
OF
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MARK " ~ 7
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NEXT
WEEK
Richard Dix
Richard A. lensen, '28. and Ci. La
''""- ••'';""1»»"' ^ r k i u g woman of
Margaret Sloiitenhurg. '28, president
< ollegi has been lollud. It Is
of V. VV. C A. has named llie lollou \ erne ( a i r . 2'h represented daniuia Stall
.
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,.,,
,
,
ing committees for 1927-28:
' , , , , .
Anne Schneider. »>, a member ol the
Meetings, chairman, Kathleen I liuightv. chapter ol Kappa Delta Rho f r a l e i m h .
,.,.
.
.
.
.
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l N u<
'28; Rvelvn McNukle, ,2<>; Louis, Tra.sk, here a' the national eonventi.
tin l " , '• , l " ^ , '' 11
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'.ill; Jeanelte W'aldhillig, '28. Social ir.ueiiiiiv at Cornell university, Mon niame.l in Alhan.v this summer, occupy
service, chairman, Kmilj Williams, '28 day .and' Tuesday, September 5 and I, iug the idle, vacal
days b\ holding
ALSO OPERATING
THE
ALBANY
llazar, ehairmait, l-Mher l.iiv-ier, '28.
lleta chapter was hosl to the nal .Imvii I lire, jobs
Tickets, Kmilv William., '_'N Tables 11111.11 ciinference.
AND REGENT
THEATRES
< Hiieial delegate
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and I His, Mahle llerg, '2N. Supper.
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' . ! I his is hi i dad\ schedule ' rout d :.ill
liellv Strong. '28. AiKenising, Kvebn w ere present I roill loin teen act i\ e
Craves, '29. Mu.dc, chairman, Marii u chapters and four al
ii associations '•' s "'clock each i utng she worked
t oiiklin, '28; Anne Holland, '28; Marion
ll,r l 1 r
Zapf, '28; Kleanor Vail, 2 " ; Khanm \ r l l i u r M. (Mtniali, ScheneclaiK, grand | u l "' 'l l ( l l l", nand board. I he greater
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'
Iroiu 9 I.I S o'clock, she
Stephenson, 'Ml Publicity, chairniai i.nisul piesided
Thomas P. |';iHon, '><), and Cilberl h v " ' k n i " ' " " ' All,;,l, - V A m " r l l l k T h l "
Ruth Walls. '29; lietlv Harris, '.ill
HOME OF FILM CLASSICS
n... '2i<, were allemale dele '-he returned h"ine I..r I wo rest till hours,
Dorothy llaeusser. '28; lusepliine Law lv C,
(lainina chapter.
j «"'K"Jg lot ner
i and board.
FXCIA'SIVF
FIC'ITHES
rencc. '28; blhcl tirundliofcr. '.ill; Leon gates fr
Representatives were present fr
I M , :ai; ,h, u .
n dun nil g an l
Skinner, '.ill; Esther Walirs, '.ill. Luc
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Owner
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linger, '.ill; Marion Palmer, '»); Ver; lh< chapters located al the followin IV '»•!","
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colleges and universities: Middlebnn j " " | i " ' 1 '
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NEXT WEEK
Belle Wcllolt, '29.
N E X T WEEK
bianklin Cornell
college,university,
Pennsvlvauia
Slate Sl.it.
( ol I ' " ' "'' ' I ' and recreation!
i 'oiiferences ami com entioiis, i hairman college,
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Illinois,
Pnrdu.
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Klorence Potter, '28; ICIeaiior Sleveiisoii
nil iversily, I' lick n el I ll:o\ el - it \ . I do.
'.in; Klc; • Vail; Ruth Whc lock.
Stale mm ersil v, I ' n i \ eis|t\ in I ah A l l . I'lll. LATEST FICTION
Membership, chairman, Ruth Lane, '_'« loruia, I olln college. Cniversic o
S,, n ,e o l l l , . - l i o o f s | , M I R e c e i v e d
Martha linker, '28; Calherini llen-.oit Mi. hi an. C l l i . e r s i n of In.liana
A C o d Wom.oi l.v I o,„s liroriilield
'28; Mahel-Herg, '28; Dor.,ih, lirini
11
I OK! I . s l . , s y
liter, '.ID; 11.. • Coiberg, '.ill; M.n i<>i
Coiiklin, '28; Kathleen |)..ught\, '28
hy M.ov UoLrrl.i Rineliarl
V9
I i ..iilinile.l from I '.diiiini I liu I
Hilda h'.h ids, '.ill; Caroline Penis, '."'
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by I |.l..n Sin, lair
With
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Welch, '.."C Margaret Wad
Marion h'ox, '2'»; Kalheriiie Crab nn
In I'.hil, Wbarlon
I'wdi, In SI,-,-,,
'.ill; I'lot. nee
inlv, '2''; I lara I lagev
nh. '.;ii; Kvel.ui Mc.Vickie, '.."'; Don lini.iorl.d M. o , i.i,;. •
Charlie Murray
'JX; \niie llegemah, '28; \|ie, Hill
With
,p|. In, '20; l-th.l (ashman, '2'C Vm
by Ci.-riru.ie Albeilon
and
'!'>: (iraee Hooper, '28; Mildred ! ansh •
.land,
'.ill;
Clad.
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I.ones
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'2'l; plea - Miller, '.ill; Kli/aheil
Ceo, Sidney
liillie Dove
e. Rick.ird. '."'.
Pllilleplace, '28; Kli/.abclh PnL.i 2'»
VCI-.-n ,. Al.vo.s
Can hue S. hleieh, '_"J. I 'ma I ,, i,,-.., '.ill
lo < ...oimsbv Dawson
I I HUiCe Hooding, '.ill; P.,it, I I . m i .
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• C.oiliv
by .--in. I.oi Lewi*
'JO; lane W e . '.ill; Clean,.i M. ,. n en
.ill; Louise I rask, '.ill, |-"|. .t \ . I
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Plulh,.Oppenheim
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'2 U ; Dorolhi Wall-. '28; k'nih War
I he Sen C e l l
I,, k . l l U e e l , Nona.s
'><); Aune \\ illiauis, '.ill; Can , \ l ah. u
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hv bdo, bisk,!,.M.II, '20. (irace Iliad,, '.ill, h th. i I u<
I llePI.llocr.il I s ilooil, I.ok,nrIon
st. r, '28; h'lor. lie, I', ,| h i '_'X . I ,, I ,i
No He,..,..,l He,,, d
McNic'le, '2'C b'wlwi
laii-oii. '_',*,
ALBANY, N. Y.
22 GREEN STREET
Kalheriiie Sa.xloii, '28; \ iiginia Hie
Kills, '28; ( harlolli |..in ., ' ',-; . i:,.,n u .
Wright, '.'.-••,. I onise I'liihee, '.ill; I I
r.
SI \ H ( ) . \ J . K Y S I OKI-.
I ampin II, '-"'; Mi nam Lai , i II, '28
M> and 38 Beaver Street
( n i l . m e m i , I S, I,,,.,I S„|.|d,e.s
\\ .aid I'elloH I• 11>. i I, mill in Mddi.d
l.ieelm,
( ....Is I ,o A l l ( >ee,es,o,i„
l.oislev. ' 2 ' ' ; kalheiiii, Ciahani '.ill;
'11 Steps I'aist of Pearl Si reel
\ V . , S I , H M : I O I . .\ . ,,ke , \ v e s .
Plea • \ ail, ."i. Mi nam I ,r\. II '28
Cllllin
Minis,
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Mhnhnli
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II..iee, presidenl. Mailha li.ikci. 'J,"
i IppoMI.- .Mb.ui, I bell S, ho.d
Social, ch.i .HI. I'li/.dielh P u l u r
unit \'njrtulilvH
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On/iini'mHuii*
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T.J. H U R L E Y , Est.
EVORY & CO.
General Printers
Klein Market
331 CENTRAL
l.eo.
A T A S T Y LUNCH?
TRY MRS. HKICCS'
Camp High
School Lunch
7 No. 1 ,ak<; Avenue
HOME-MADE
SANDWICHES
A
SPECIALTY
CANDY, SOFT DRINKS AND
CHOICE CONFECTIONERY
D . leoney
I'hone
AVENUE
A ' e s , 701)
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
Students and Groups at the Slut.' (ai/i'.^c fm Tmehers
will be gii'eti special OKCIIIIOII
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198 Central Avenue ,il. K'obin
Albany, N, Y.
Branch of the Boulevard Restaurant I OH-1 10 Stale Street
Mills Art Press
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