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AI.IIANV, N. V , Fur DAY, OCTOHKH 7, 1!)'27
Regulates Finances
10
HAVE
TO PENALIZE FROSH 3 CONTRACTS
BEEN AWARDED FOR CAST OF SEASON'S
1927-28 PEDAGOGUE FIRST PLAY CHOSEN
TRADITION BREAKERS
Three
Freshmen Must Apologize
Student Body At Third
Violation
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Bring Heywood Brown
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W r i g h t , '28, is the d i r e c t o r .
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W h e n a m a n | lessor of eh eti o u i c e h a u i c s , C o i l l i n b i a
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council, urges " I - . , i ,
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m a . r i a g e , he goes t o the | u n i v e r s i t y , w i l l be l l i c speakers.
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l.eess
I ' h e i e i a u g e n i e n l s c o n c e r n i n g her d o w n )
act. i . a l e quite nun ai.il and n o v e l , " said I p l a n s f o r t h i s yea
Miss M
v , e h a i i a u i n o f the stunt
I i - ,, g n a t d e n i a u . l l o r l i n e
w h o a n these are s a t i s f a c t o r y he t h e n b e g i n s l a t t e r w i l l speak o n " S c h o l a r s h i p s a n d
The
I f t h e g i r l has n o t h e A d v a n c e m e n t o l S c i e n c e . "
\ u o i e h e - a i a , C U M si ing o i D o l ' o l b ) | ,,| a l l m u s i c a l l y i n c l i n e d , i n l c i e s l e d il to c o u r t l i t e g i r l .
posters or in selling tickets
i d o w i y , she has n o c l u m , oi s e l e c t i o n I W o m e n ' s C h o r u s o l S t a t e C o l l e g e , l e d
b'abie, ' ;,s. C a r o l ) u
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the
Musi.- association.
A I no m a t t e r h o w a t i i a c i i . e her p e r s o n a l by D r . T . F r e d e r i c k I I . C a n d l y n , in
D a v i d S i m i l e s , '28, a m i one
I i u c l o i in m i l sic, w i l l sing a l the h'ri
her. noi a student, w i l l f u r n i s h inn ic special t r i a l w i l l he in s t o r e l o i > o n j c h a r a c l c r i s l i c s .
W h e n a g i l l reach
a l l e r u o o u session.
The S a r a l o g a
fm- dancing
in m u s i c a l e i i i e r t a i i i i i i e u t a a n d a social J the age o l i w c - n i . l i v e s t i l l u n m a r r i e d , d a .
school inchest i a will
furnish
I n i n - . h n i c u i s w i l l he served between h o u r .
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PERCY GRAINGER WILL
PLAY HERE ON OCT. 17
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER 7, 1927
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W I L L I A M M. FRENCH
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Editor
Hohenaollern—Tlw
Ltidwig.
Last of the Kaisers.
By Emil
Translation from the German by Ethel Col-
burn Mayne,
$5. 528 pages.
New York:
Putnam.
This is an intimate picture of Wilhelm I I from bis birth
Kappa Delta Uho House, 480 Morris St., West 4314
ELIZABETH PHETTEPLACE
Associate Managing
Editor
Syddum Hall, 227 Ontario St., West 2096-W
to bis exile, written as only Lttdwig can write.
SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITOKS
KATHLEEN DOUGHTY, '28
DOKOTHV WATTS, '28
MARY Juunii LANGUON, '28
RUTH G. MOORE, '28
JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS
GRACE M. BRADY, 'M
FLORENCE KOEN, '29
GENEVIEVE COLE, '29
IIESSIE I.APEDES, '29
ROSE DRANSKV, '29
ELIZABETH PULVER, '29
MILDRED GAIIEL, '28
LELA VAN SCHAICK, '28
MOI.LIK KAUFMAN, '29
CAROLINE SCIILEICII, '29
VERA BELLE WELLOTT, '29
DESK EDITORS
MARGARET STEELE, 'JO
Louis J. WOLNER, 'JO
REPORTERS
HAMILTON ACIIKSUN, '30
FLORENCE GOODING, '30
HETTINA A/ZARITO, !29
HETTY HARRIS, '30
GLADYS HATES, '30
MAY KI.IWKN, '29
ALICE HENOIT, '30
CAROLINE KOTRUA, 'JO
GERTRUDE BRASLOW, '29
EDITH LAWRENCE. 'JO
DOROTHY BRIMMER, '30
I.ORENA MARCUS, '29
MARGARET BURNAP, '30
KOIIERT SHII.LINGLAW, 29
ALMA DOI.AN, '30
SHIRLEY WOOD, '30
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS
THOMAS P. FALLON, '29
FRANCIS E. GRIFFIN, '28
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS—ADVERTISING
JOSEPHINE NEWTON, '28
MABEL BERG, '28
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS—CIRCULATION
RUTH KELLY, '28
ELEANOR WELCH, '29
BUSINESS STAFF
FREDERICK W. CRUMB, '30
JANE KORMANEK, 'JO
ANNE STAFFORD, '29
ADVERTISING STAFF
IVAN J CAMPBELL, '29
.MILDRED LANSLEY, '30
LUCY IIAOER, '.til
DOROTHY LEFFERT, '30
UOSE HANDLER, '30
BERTHA NATHAN, '30
MARGARET HENNINGER, MO
ANNE SCHNEIDER, 29
NEWS CLUB
ELIZABETH PIIETLEPLACE, '28 President
ANNE STAFFORD, '29 Vice-President
ALICE BENOIT, '30 Secretary-Treasurer
nation to turn from economic leadership to a war-picnic.
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October 7, 1927
Vol. XII, No. 3
EVERY STUDENT SHOULD PAY TAX
In many of our c dleges, it is the custom for the freshmen to he obliged to speak first to every student and faculty
member which he meets on the campus. It is generally
believed that this will "put the frosh at ease", foster good
fellowship and make of the student body just one h r g e
family all of whose members are more or less well acquainted with each other.
This is an excellent idea—but—why make the frosh speak
first? Aren't the upper classmen in reality the hosts whose
duty and privilege it is to extend first greetings to
strangers? Doesn't it seem possible that the frosh might
feel a little shy about putting himself forward—just a weebit? And, then, isn't it only natural for a newcomer to
be rather reserved and keep himself from being too enthusiastic in his social climbing so as to allow the upperclassmen in have lime to become acquainted with him and
In bring him into closer friendship with them?
At present there is no tradition at State College which
requires freshmen lo speak first to upperclassmen. However, wouldn't il be a good plan to start a custom whereby
upperclassmen would extend the glad hand and greet every
frosh he sees, regardless of whether or not he has spoken
first or has met him before? Perhaps it might be possible
to extend ibis universal greeting campaign lo all students
of all classes- there have been Utopias I
SPEAK TO FROSH, UPPERCLASSMEN!
When the student association accepts the budget, il is
lo be expected thai each member I.I the association will
pay bis student tax. Many expenses of the government
are met by the income from taxes; ami woe unto anyone
who tries to evade them! Likewise are ihe expenses of
many advantages given at State met by payment of tax.
Noted speakers, artists and musicians arc brought within
the reach of every sludenl without exlra expense to him.
Copies of
ihe STATE COI.LKUK N E W S , Quarterly and
"MAKE G A. A. YOURS," URGES POTTER
By W . M. F.
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for Teachers
T H E N E W S BOARD
VIRGINIA H I G G I N S
LUDWIG'S "WILHELM HOHENZOLLERN"
CONTAINS CARTOONS FROM PUNCH"
Direc-
tory arc distributed free lo every student. Admission lo
football names, Dramatic and Arl plays and Music Association programs are all covered by ihe student lax.
Surely anyone who fails to have Ihe good jiidgiuenl lo
share in ihe responsibility of ibis budget by prompt and
willing payment of his lax, is unfortunate.
One thing which will give a stranger a very good recommendation, is Ihe prompt payment of his lulls. This ought
lo he a valuable Inn! for the frosh.
CHANGL- CHAPfcL REQUIREMENTS
"After seventy -eight years of compulsory chapel," says
an Associated Press dispatch, "ihe University of Uochester
lias discontinued ihe traditional ceremony upon recoil)
ineiidaiion of ihe faculty committee."
The Universilj of Rochester is lull one of a large mini
her of educational institutions all over the country which
has abandoned Ihe antiquated system which compels college
students io attend chapel assemblies, considering it a failure.
Colleges all over ihe country a t e realizing more and
n o t e that ihe student who benefits from a sludenl assembly
will attend without beinjj compelled lo do so and Ihat those
u h o go only under compulsion glean no personal benefits
lor enjoy uietil from Ihe sessions and disturb those who do.
There a r e students in both of these categories al Stale
'ollege. hot the benefit of those who do enjoy ihe chapel
nd would a 1 tend without compulsion, we believe it would
n: advisable lo make attendance at the Friday morning
'alheriiig, optional and voluntary.
Jt has proven successful elsewhere. Why not here too?
It is the
thrilling story of how one man, a sword rattler, caused a
"You will not hear," says the author in his preface, "the
voices of socialists or of foreigners in any of the following
pages; but only those of the emperor himself, his relatives
and his friends, his Chancellors and Ministers, his generals and his courtiers."
These voices, aided by l-ud wig's
Florence Potter, '28,
who writes third
in a series of articles
of advice to
freshmen.
interpretative ability, tell a remarkable story of worldwide interest.
It is fortunate that the book is written by a German;
from any other source, it would be taken as most propagandists. Hut by frequent citations of well known documents, Lttdwig dispels any possible charges of writing
propaganda.
Seldom is a biography written in a vein more unfavorable, more hostile, more destructive to its subject. The
last few pages contain a striking indictment of the Kaiser's
desertion of his people in their time of greatest need.
It is far more interesting than any novel on the w a r ;
like Ludwig's "Napoleon", it is bound to be in the lead of
biographies this season. The twenty-eight illustrations add
to the value of the book. Included in these are several
photos of the Kaiser in various poses, and leading cartoons
from "Punch".
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON REVIEWS
HOW, WHY HE WROTE FAIRY TALES
By W. M. F
Hans Christian Andersen.
By Himself. $250. ,il8 pages.
New York: American-Scandinavian Foundation.
It would be useless to "review" Ihe life of the shoemaker's son who told fairy tales lo kings and princes;
useless to comment upon the "lovely story, happy and full
of incident", as he himself puis il. To anyone who has
read with delight the life of Andersen, ibis new edition
will be that same delight doubled. The book is conclusive
to easy reading, well illustrated with portraits and photographs—positively inviting.
Published by the American-Scandinavian Foundation "in
Ihe belief that greater familiarity with ihe chief literary
monuments of the North will help Americans to a better
understanding of Scandinavians, and thus serve lo stimulate
their sympathetic co-operation to good ends", it is quite
certain lo accomplish this aim.
All those students especially, who have read with rapture
the tale of the ugly duckling and ils fellow stories will
want to read this book which tells how and why Ihe noted
author wrote.
Ciiiirli'.sy Albany Kveiilng News
FLORENCE E. POTTER, '28
Naturally you who have recently e n - , h a c k . Do nol slay aw;
tered this new phase of your life here have never paved Ihe n a m e before
at State want to make it as full and Watch the G. A. A. hoard, conn- u,
as enjoyable as possible. Just how practices and find mil with a hil of
successful you will be in making il hard playing which will clear mil all
four years upon which you can look Ihe brain fogs. Your own satisfaction
al your accomplishment will be suf
back with satisfaction and pleasure
licieul reward bill yon will find oilier
depends mostly upon you. T h e Girls' ones as well.
You will meel girl-,
Athletic Association is one of the or- you otherwise inighl mil have known
ganizations at Slate which is trying lo and will build up firmer friendships in
help you out. T h e sports are for you playing and working together I'm
to enjoy.
This fall we hope to have Slate. G A. A. is c o m p o s , , ! of -in
class teams in field ball, hockey, dents, for the benefits ol Ihe students
ccer, and swimming, a tennis lour Now thai you have joined ns, make
nament ami hikes; this winter, baskel il y o u r s loo, nut always In n
ball and volley ball, besides the winter ! from but lo serve also. T h a i will
sporls and in the spring, handball and I you ihe lasting salisl'aclio
COLLEGE BRIEFS
Miss Florence E, Winched, professor of home economics, conferred
with the child study group of (he
Progress club at Dclinar, Monday
She spoke on her experience with child
study classes in Stale College.
When iniisl we know ,mr major-, am
minors ?
Elizabeth Bender, '27, visited ihe
Tlh-y ore selected ol Ihe end ,<) ill.
home economics department Friday. freshman year. < Dean Metzler. i
She (raveled abroad during the sumMay we change ill, in a f l e r w a r d s •
mer
// has been done. ( I lean Melzler I
Belly Doyle, who (caches in Ales
audria Bay, w a s at the college lasl
Arc we allowul lo cm das-,,-,:
week.
.Ihsnliile/y nol. I Dean Melzler. I
From how many classes may one b,
Marion
Goldsmith,
'27, visile.
Kappa Delta sorority house over tin ibsciil in a semester wilbonl beini
LOUIS AUSTIN WARREN DEFENDS
week-end.
dropped?
THE H O N O R OF LINCOLN'S FAMILY
Thai depend* somewhat
on llie , i>
Kappa Delta spent Saturday after- eiinistnn, rr. )'on are nol mppou;/ lo \
lis W M F
noon al Nonnanskill swimming and ihsenl from „nv. of cams,:
I De.u
Lincoln's
Childhood ami l'airiilai/e.
Itv Louis Austin
biking. A campfire lunch was served Melzler.)
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Warren. Illustrated. $3.50. 392 pages, New York
-uch, may we use ii for a -!Ii,i\ hall
and London: The Century Company.
| Gertrude Hall, '2'), has been ap
// is open for such purpose* nil lo I
A great wealth of long-forgotten documents found by the \ pointed chairman of the flower com
'u Ihe in, ruin,/, and of lei I im in ih.
author i,' musty Kentucky court houses form the basis on ! millec for the Inlersororily tea by iflcrilaon.
II,or, rer, due coii.miei ano,
for fnmisliin.is.
etc.. nr.ro he Ji„;eu o
which this book is built. Mr. Warren firs! became in ; " l ' l l i ' ° " l l ' « : i Ihe
privileges
will he i; moved
> Mi
(crested in the work, he lells us in his preface, wdiei
Phi Delta sormily welcomes into Lama I. Thompson, in magi
In
"after reviewing many biographies of Abraham Lincoln I
pledge
Van cafeleria )
membership
Bernice
Sickle, '2U, . n d Fleauor Colberg, Mil,
became convinced that Lincolniana did not presenl ils an
May we brine f i iends I,, Hie c a l , I.a
Ihority for mosi of ils findings about Ihe Kentucky history
lunch:
A large number of freshmen have
I'.'-v. ( Mi.s II
, ,,„ i
of the Lincohis".
already signed up for membership in
Wbal should », do when w, lo ,
The varying stories of Lincoln's early life his supposed
Meiiorah society. A program will he anything in Ihe I olbge Iniild
planned in which these new m e m b e r s
birth with but one attendant upon bis mother, but with
/ in/iure al Ih, lamloi , ,.//,, ,• ,,/ ///,
can lake an active pari, il has been
scores of people swearing thai be or she were that on
haseuieiil ,,l Ih, t, i, m , hiuhlino and h,
announced.
•nil
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attendant, for instance- caused the author to throw over
Vi'li It, is the only />, i uni III ill, I
board all ihe folk lore anil lo delve into ihe more reliable
I'M' Caiuina sorority pledged Doro loir who has ,i I. r ,• /,, ,'/;, /,,,, i I | ,.i i I.
source of history documents. And these doeuineuls In
iliv lleaih, '.ill, of Schenectady Sun W ill liin.in. ,.,,mm |
day.
hunted il
c than twenty counties, lie has collected in
\r, upper classmen allowul In pnl n
Helen Barclay, '2d, was a guest al mil ol |,,ckei
the past six years 550 court entries bearing the name o
ihe Psi Gamma sorority house for ihe
I
I'h'i iln*uneu hare pn.oitv //,////. I
either Lincoln or Hanks.
It is mi ihe.se thai he buil
week end.
I", Lei > whi,h ih, i ha, , held /., / .,,
Ihe following thesis: Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks
' I / M , I,dm,Im
nut, ml,,, ,n '•//, w a
Syddum Hall bouses thirty seven education!
were married June 12, 1800; Abraham Lincoln was born m
girls
tlii,,
year:
three
seniors,
fom
an hou,n.dile paternity, not of ihe drunken, brawling, pro
Do we rciciw I olleg, cndii mi ||„
juniors, six sophomores, and twenty coins, s in FuglUi ii,,,,, | , „ |, , .,,,
u
u
(.me character thai bis father is sometimes p u n n e d ; Lin
lour freshmen.
Saturday
afternoon exempt:
coin diil nol come "into the world on ihe mugs ,,i .
I lie upper classmen welcomed the
A.<. < olleqe . iedit /> air, n nuh i
freshmen
al
a
bridge
tea.
After
lea,
blizzard frozen and starved"; the parents were not ex
Ihe comse* dually
taken
, I'can II
dinner was served on the g r o u n d s in
cessivelj pom al his birth
II Me, lei >
Ihe rear of the Hall
Arc
u
,
allowed
|.
lame
II lends |,
The book nol only defends the Lincoln family's hoimr
I ollege dances
bin presents a vivid picture of economic and domestic life
Newman club pledge parly will be
An
S'u, h all,in i ,,/, limited >///, tl\
of the nines. But lIn- author's book won't sell no nun
lonigbt al Newman Hall, according lo I" Colic,,, ..Indents
i I Iran
lima I
Patricia O'Coimell, '28, president.
slinging, no bint al indecencies, no trying In make Liu
fierce I
There
are
no
definite
plans
for
emu
Are freshmen allow,,I in g
< iiy
coin a "hero" iiolbing, in f a d , lo appeal lo Ihe new
miinious or breakfasts as yel, how theatres unaccompanied by upper 11.,
school under the gcnllenicu Hughes, Woodward el al.
ever, since their hoii.se is nol com men?
Substantial notes and frequent quotations make the bool.
pleled.
Sen-nil sophomore classes lure, mad,
Membership drives will he euuduelcd rules on the mallei. hnl Iheie /> i;
valuable to historians. The chapters on educational ,id
beginning
Monday, Miss O'Cunnell College had,li,,,, forbidding
it <My>
vantages and religious environment a r e well worth reading.
It'll H in J
STATE COLLEGE NEW8, OCTOBER 7, 1927
SCHOOL JOURNALISM
CRITIC LAUDS NEWS
FRESHMEN CAN GET
"FROSH BIBLES" BY
MAKING APPLICATION
Coach Despairs
T h e State College H a n d b o o k , bettei
k n o w n as t h e " F r o s h B i b l e " , h a s been
i s s u e d b y t h e j u n i o r class t o o v e r MY,
freshtnen.
F r e s h m e n w h o d i d n o t rec e i v e t h e i r c o p i e s b e f o r e c o i n i n g t<
college m a y obtain them by signing
I b e i r names o n the place r e s e r v e d o n
the m a i n bulletin b o a r d .
T h e hand
b o o k s w i l l t h e n be d i s t r i b u t e d t h r o u g h
the college m a i l b o x just outside the
N K W S office.
T r a i n i n g Received W i l l Raise
Standard In State
Says Ewalt
Training
ceived
in
student
by staff
("HI.I.I in.;
value
NKWS
members
will
in raising
of
be
Miss
re
of t h e STATI
of
pnrlicula
1 lie s t a n d a r d
school publications
opinion
journalism
of
litjjjl
i n t h e s t a l e , in l l n
Clara
('.
Ewall
o
C l e v e l a n d , < H i i o , n a t i o n a l a u l h o r i t y 01
school
papers.
Miss
E w a l l , inslrtietor of journalism
the j u n i o r
in
a n d senior teachers col
letups o f t h e C l e v e l a n d S c h o o l o f
cation,
while
and
was
in
Albany
on a m o t o r
lour
this
of
Kiln
summer
New
York
Canada.
I he S T A T U C O I . I . R I K N K W S ,
Mis,
Ewall
declared
is o n e of t h e best t e a c h e r s
collei e papers
i n the c o u n t r y .
"I
shows
originality,
inilialivi'
a n d ::
• e i i s e o f n e w s v a l u e " , she s a i d .
APcvicvv,
i illation
a n i n e a / i n e of n a t i o n a l r i r
p u b l i s h e d by the C o l u m b i a
id,i u n i v e r s i t y , M i s s E w a l l c o n d u c t s a
department
devoted to teachers col
leee o r g a n s .
S h e is f a c u l t y a d \ i cr o f
the J u n i o r
College Journal,
-indent
p u b l i c a t i o n at t h e ( l e v e l a u d
lunior
Teachers college.
D e c l a r i n g t h a t s l i i d e u l p a p e r , a r.
m i r r o r s ol t h e new tvpe of s c h o o l
Miss
|-wall
said t h a t " t h e t e a c h e r
i o l l e e e new s p a p c r s a r e d o i n c - o i m
thine worth while.
Tlle.\
hill na n i.<i
l i ai b i n " , f o r i n t h e m one can i e l a n
c in i n ilia r a n d e x t r a c u r r i c i i l a i a c l i \ i
lies.
| Iie\
see a d \ c n t u i e , m i l l -ua
e\ e n l s , a m i I o n i a n l i r a n d e n l e i l a i i i i i n
features".
I c.i, her-, in t h e e l . m e n i a l v s c h o o l
ol I l e u d a u d a r e b c o n i u i i e t o -ec I l i .
v a l u e o l - m a l l s c h o o l p a p e r s , she - a i d
"( U I l-l g r a d e s c h o o l s in C l e v e l a n d
lilt \ have u i i u i e o m - a p h e d s l u d e n l or
I..IM~".
she d e c l a r e d .
"These
hill,
papeis are c h i l d i s h , p e r h a p s , hill the
-erve their purpose.
Thev
hold tin
p u p i l s ' i n t e r e s t t h r o u g h t h e nal i r e o
t h e s t o r i e s thev c o n t a i n ,
I n llie-.n o n
:e.,d
ol a sludent
w h o has m-v
lasses o r w h o is r a i s i n e a b r o o d o
: i i n i e a p i e - al I n , m e .
Thev b r i n g tin
. h o o l r o o m a m i t h e h o m e i n t o , lose
r c d . i l i o i i s h i p hv r e p o r t i n g m e e t i n g s o
the p a r e n l t e a c h e r s a s s o c i a t i o n s , a m
hv p r o i u o l i u i : h e a l t h c a i n p a i e j i s . "
Miss
l-.walt
inlroduced
the
lir :
, h o o l n e w s p a p e r in < Hii.i i n t o a h i , !
c h o u l t h e r e s e v e r a l vears a - u . S i n e ,
then
ionrnalisin
ha's d e v e l o p e d
•
r . i p i d l v i n t h e s c h o o l sv tern i h c i e t h a
i levelaud
school
publications
an
i . m l . c d lh« best m l l i c C n i l e d S l a t i •
I n t h e ( o l n m b i a S c h o h i s t i , I're s ,,
o, i a l i o u
M i s s K w a l l i , n.,vv :n h v e l
i n l e r e s l e d ill the grade school pape,
"di.
c\pie
eil I he d e l , , l l i a l
oun
, hool
in
M'l.inv
would
hie,
-I, s.v A I,any Mvi'iilng News
\ . .11
Architect Dies
Clarence
Albany
of
Bennett
architect
Culler,
and
I'r
designer
the
State
College
buildings,
passed
away
at
home
Delaware
al
avenue
the age of
his
this
on
summer
seventy-four.
M r . Cutler was a native of
A l b a n y a n d a g r a d u a t e of t h e
Albany Academy,
l i e designed
the first
fireproof
building
in
Boston
having
steel
columns,
E o r m a n y y e a r s he w a s t h e c o n s u l t i n g architect
for the New
York
Stale
Department
of
K d u c a t i o n a n d spent a year in
c o l l e c t i n g data a n d m a k i n g ten
t a t i v e p l a n s t o s h o w t h a t a n adequate
building
could
be c o n
s t r i a t e d on the present site. I le
was connected
with
the stale
d e p a r t m e n t of architecture under
Stale Architect George l „ Ileins
a n d was i n v i t e d l o design State
l i e m a d e a t o u r of
College.
s e v e r a l s l a t e s i n o r d e r l o gel
ideas f o r this s t r u c t u r e ,
M r . C u l l e r w a s a m e m b e r o!
the N a t i o n a l C o u n c i l o f S c h o ,1
Building
Experts
ami of lln
N e w Y o r k S o c i e t y of A r c h i t e c t s .
I le w a s an a u l h o r i t y o n ( ' o l o u i a l
and early A m e r i c a n architecture
in-Chiel
COURSES ADDED TO
YEAR'S CURRICULUM
Psychology, E n g l i s h ,
Music
And Art Schedules
Extended
Several
new courses
lo the c u r r i c u l u m
Ibis
have been
added
year.
P s y c h o l o g y o f Adolescence, w h i c h i n c'udes an intensive
study
of
mental
g r o w t h t o d behavior characteristic o f
c h i l d r e n between t w e l v e and eighteen is
now taught nl S t a l e .
Construction o f
l i e C u r i i c i i l i u u w h i c h deals w i t h t h e
aims and purposes o f education is also
a i rw course.
The
English
department
has t h r e e
new c u r s e s w h i c h are M o d e r n P o e t r y .
T h e C o n t e m p o r a r y Essay, a n d C h i l d r e n ' s
Literature.
M o d e r n M u s i c , a study o f music f r o m
W a g n e r t o the present t i m e , w i l l be
l a u g h ! here for the first l i m e .
T h e a i l courses, w h i c h were d i s c o n tinued w h i l e Miss
Eunice A . P e r i u e ,
i n s t r u c t o r in hue arts, was on sabbatic d leave, w i l l he continued this year.
Course.-, in the l i b r a r y
school have
heen el tinged f o r new ones. These a r e
f u n c t i o n o f (he school l i b r a r y , reference
and b i b l i o g r a p h y , c a t a l o g i n g
classification,
sii ,jeci
headings, school
library
administration, I
k selection and a l l i e d
topics, and field w o r k .
CANT USE BRAINS AND
WEAKBACKS BAKER
"I
fail
inalerial,
I,,
see any
in l o o k i n g
likely
over
basketball
the
freshman
d a s - . " ..aid Coach Maker ill an inlerv ievv
Many a man
today.
"I.asl
year's
freshman
class
was pour
I'll, mull in u i a l i r i a l bill Ihe presi in enter
iug
i lass
is
u-rrilile
As
lone
as
the
m
in.v
entrance
doing work day aft<
day that an electric]
motor can do for less'
than a cent an hour /
eslimal ion
reipiirenietil
r e m a i n s al SO'J we w i l l c o i i l i n u e to lack
baskclhall
players.
reipiireiucnt
leaiu
back
This
high
will
put
Slate
where
ii
was nol
vears ago iv hen il was hickv
ilia
"Il
who
e a,line
is verv
has ' n u l l
a year,"
up a
average
so
manv
|o w i l l lllort
ciiiitiiiued
,li - e n r a g i n g
lo
lairlv
I hi
a coac h
Wood -cam
H line-. I,, suddenly find bis suppl.v ,,i
i n a l e r i a l n i l off.
" I he elTeds ,,| this new r u l i n g w i l l
nol he fell this season as S l a t e has all
her I c i u r men hack
f r o m la a w a r '
I r a n i w i l h ihe c M V p l i
,1 X c p l i c w .
\ ' e v , rlheless a i oach must plan his team
., v e n d vears ahead so t h a i he w i l l al
vv a.v - have a m a j o r i t y o f his i, am l e l l e i
men n possible.
" l i a s k e l h a l l has heen the m a i n a l l i . i c
• helvveeii live and six
li
sin,leu's w , cklv d u r i n g the l.iil)
ilhs al M a l e .
T l n r . a poor I
has w o r k e d l o h i h l d
a l l , CI . Ihe • , „ ! , , I acliv
,i i h , sludenl ho,lv.
hiu'll up w i t h brains
M r . Maker e x p l a i n e d .
I he l u n i o i C o l l c e c l o i i r n a l a n d I
M v;i ( n i l I d
N'l Ws pla ed l i . I a n ;
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R l T I I I - N I ' o K l i R. DAKI'.K
T h e handbook's are p r i m a r i l y to aid
freshmen
in
becoming
belter
acquainted w i t h Slate College,
Thev
contain complete description of all col
le.ee o r g a n i z a t i o n s , t r a d i t i o n s , s t u d e n t
r u l e s a n d a n y i n f o r m a t i o n w h i c h ivaluable
to
the
entering
sludenl
G r e e t i n g s f r o m P r e s i d e n t A . \i. I l r u
Dean
h a c k e r , D e a n VV. I I . M e t z l e r ,
.Anna E. I ' i e r c e , a n d ( i . I .a V e r n e C a n
president o f t h e j u n i o r class are also
included.
T h i s year's handbook
f o l l o w s the
general
plan
of
previous
editions.
T h e s e a d d i t i o n a l d e s c r i p t i o n s are in
e l u d e d : those of the n e w h o n o r a r v
s o c i e t i e s , K a p p a I'hi K a p p a a n d I l e i
o d o l l t s ; of the new comic m a g a z i n e
" T h e Slate L i o n " ; of the archery club
" T h e M u s k e t e e r s " and the new rule
of I n l e r s o i o r i l y C o u n c i l .
A n e w lea
l u r e is six m e m o r a n d u m p a c e s .
M i l d r e d M . I . a n s l e v , '2'J, is h'.dilor-
3
il up bin
Hie, of a lll.ijol'il
A team caniioi I
and w . a k hacks
THIRTY-TWO ADDITIONS UNDERGRADUATES ARE
FOR COLLEGE LIBRARY^ LAB ASSISTANTS HERE
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I , l o w l b o f 1 ea. h e i • i n S e i v n .
College men and women recognize electricity as one of the principal aids to
progress in the factory, on the farm, and
in the home.
G i i i . l . .1 b y h u m a n i n t e l l i g e n c e ,
( l . c i i icily
e n
do almost any
j o b a m a n ran . l o . F r o m s t i r r i n g
to
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pulling,
specially
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lifting
to
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^ ^ ^
210-60DH
GENERAL ELECTRIC
O E N I: K A l
E L E C T R I C
C C M I' A N Y ,
S C H E N I- C T A 1) V
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4
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER 7, 1927
81 FRESHMEN EARN |
ENGLISH EXEMPTION
Endorses Classes
BRUBAGHER ATTENDS
EDUCATION MEETING
Inspects Houses
SHILLINGLAW EARNS
DE MOLAY BADGE
These Students Had Averages
Over 8 2
In All High
School English
Summer Sessions Of National
Education Association
Met In Seattle
S t a t e College M a n The First
A l b a n i a n To Receive
Coveted Honor
As a result of the English examination given 9 o'clock Monday morning
eighty-one freshmen are exempt from
the regular freshman English courses,
oral and theme English. These freshmen will take instead another course,
Types of I'oetry, says Dr. H a r r y W .
Hastings, head of the English depart
incut.
The Miel-sunmier convention of t heNational Education Association was
held at Seattle, Washington, this summer. President A. R. Brtibacber wa
one of the 24 delegates from New
York State.
Robert J Slnlliuglaw. treasurer of the
class of 1029, was recently named a
represiTtntivc De Molay, by the grand
c nincil of thai order. This honor, which
's bestowed upon about 80 youths in the
country each year, is for all around development and is one of the highest
honors which the organization e:m give
to its members.
These freshmen had an average of
83 or over in all their high school
English regents. Out of the ISO en
trants who had this high average th<
eighty who obtained the highest marks
in Monday's examination were giver
exemption.
They arc W i n i f r e d M. Apcl, Elanc
Barber,
Emma
Bates, Helen
M
Dannies, Margaret I). Betts, Catherine
Broderick, Dorothy Burdick, Margaret
Y. Card, Flo ence Carrier, Genevieve
Casey, Marion Cassidy, Ruth Conger,
Arnold Copping, Elizabeth Cornish
Margaret Cussler, Dorcas I I . Darling,
Florence M. Decker, Catherine F. De
laney, Gertrude Dcrshincr, Marion
Dillenbeck, Catherine Doran, Lillian
M. Dorr, Eva B. Dowers, Marion F
Downes, Ruth M. Doyle.
Florence L. Eddy, Helen K. Elner,
Alice M. Fasold, Helen F. Fay, Lillian
Fisher, Carolyn Fitzgerald, Elizabeth
Fleming, Katherine Flickinger, Mary E.
Ganlhier, Jean M. Gillcspy, Maliel A.
Gilman, Veronica L. Hemmer, Helen M.
Henderson, Zoe U, Hinrichs, I1. Elaine
Hitchcock, Gladys I luugcrforel, W i n i
frcd Harlbut, Elizabeth Jacobson, Carolyn Kelly, John Kinney,
Lucille
Knapp, Rose Koren, Elizabeth L
Kronenherg, Mildred Larson, Edward
Law, Emily Leek, Anna M. Lilly, Annabels McCounell, Mary D. Mc Inerney, Ha/el Mc Nary, Ruth Maher
Irene Mahoney, Evelyn Mark, l.eona
Maltison, Anna Meizler, Adella R.
Miller, Irma Millhouse, Jean Mink in,
Mary Morgenstirn, Sylvia Mulwitz
Mary Murray.
Marlha Nord, Sarah Oakley, Audrey
O'Raidy, Helen Otis, Ruth Parks,
Maxine E. Robinson, Harriett Rounds,
M, Elizabeth Sclirauth, Gertrude Shill,
Helene Smith, Ruth Steele, Marian
Tepper,
Beatrice Van Sleenburgh,
Helen Warren, Genevieve VVenctawowicz.
Alliiiny Rvenlnc News
NEWS TO TRAIN CUBS
IN TWO DEPARTMENTS
Four student-taught classes in jour
nalisni will be oll'ered this year by the
.VIATIC Cnl.I.wa-: Nl'.WS. Given to I rain
cub" members of the stall' of the
indergradtiale weekly newspaper, tin
-ourses also teach students to become
faculty advisers to high school pub
lications.
Three courses will be taught in the
editorial department and one in the
business department. Miss Elizabeth
Phetleplacc, 'J.X, associate managing
editor, will teach an elementary course
in news writing.
Emphasis will be
placed on gathering news and com
plefe coverage of news possibilities.
Sixty freshman and sophomore stu
dents took the course last year.
Copy-reading will be taught during
the second semester. A limited mini
\>vr of reporters passing the eleinen
tary course will be eligible lo attend.
It, anil a class in headline writing, will
be given by William M. French, '29,
managing editor of the NKWS. The
headline- class will meet this semester.
Miss Margaret Steele, '30, a soplm
more' anil desk editor, will assist in
these two classes.
Business forms and how to get ael
verlisiug, the- psychology of .soliciting,
advertising make-up and collection
will be given under the direction of
Mi-.s Katherine Saxton, '2H, business
manager of I lie publication.
The courses have been endorsed b j
Dr. Harry W. Hastings, chairman of
Ihe English department.
In an in
icrvicw last spring he said, "The- stall
eif the NKWS has been eloiug an ad
uiirable- service through its enlerpris
ing instruction classes for 'cub', and
will, I hope, continue the work uev|
STUDY OF PHILOSOPHY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
IS PAS11ME OF FROSH
PLANS YEARS EVENTS
That Ihe incoming freshman class
is a studious one was well illustrated
on the opening day of college by one
oi its male members.
yomif
11
man was riding on a irol
"••"'
ing a very slim book with ev ielen
pleasure and some deep concentration
W i t h the badge of his class at limeobstructing his view of the pages, In
scanned the contents of the small boo!
This association is the largest na I
lional organization of teachers in
existence, having grown since- its incorporation in 1907 from a membership of 7,000 to a total of 175,0110
.Shillinglaw is n member of the WilThe purpose of the association is to
promote the professional interests of
liam I). Gcowey Chapter, Order of
all teachers in the U. S. anil additional
Courtesy Albany Rvenliiff Nc
De Molay, Albany, and is the first A l interests in general. There are annual
bany yoiilb and Ihe fifth New York
conventions each summer which begin
.tale youth to receive the honor, l i e i-.
the first Sunday in July and extend
i member of Gamma chapter, Kappa
over an entire week. The business of
the organization is done- through ,-,
Del'a Klin fraternity and is on ibe edi
All the houses Ili.it are- on the approved
body of dele-gales chosen fr
the
lorial staffs of both the NKWS and the
•W states and the numbers of delegates lis! of rooming and hoarding places for
"'•laic Lion.
depends upon the number of teachers College students have been inspected b
Hitfaculty
committee
on
stiide-ul
healtl
The badge of the rank lo which he
in the U. S. The Stale of New Yeirk
ivas n-ci'iitly named will be pre-se-nted lo
was entitled tei 24 delegates Ibi- Dean .Anna E. Pierce announced lodav
Standards
I
bat
the
commitlee
member
n'ni al Ihe public nice-line of hi, chapter
imiiiii-r. Dr. Elliol of I Lire.ml. Wil
lelobe-r I I .
liain T. Harris and many oilier noted used in judging whether a place wa
men have been identified with tin- suitable for the- students involved lii
location
of
the
place,
its
ni-arness
i
association's officers.
College-, its surroundings and the pav
held in mid i
Conventions
id cleanlini
,
, i , I menl and
cleanliness of the slre-ewinter and are given over entire y <> ,
, ,,
,- ,,• •••'•
i
,
•
I • • ,
- , unserved the hghting acdi ie-s f ll
peoplewhoareinaeininisraivework.il
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.
peo|
the size, furniture and number
Last winter the convention was held I windows in the sleeping rooms. Then
in Dallas, Texas. Ii will be- held in i asked whether Ihe owner of the- house
Boston, Mass., next year. These niid- had a piano and if Ihe students might
winter conventions usually draw thou use it, and insisted thai there he a reof Pattern and Last
sands of men, while- the- sin
er meet ception room in which Ihe women stu
ings are almost entirely composed of dents might receive guests. The com
women.
millee members declared that il was the
Dr. Brubachcr visiled many places ihuy of the landladies lo look after Ihe
of interest this summer. While navel
"d life of the students.
Students
ing through the Canadian Rockies, In- are allowed lo live only in approved
stopped at Vancouver, Victoria, San bouses, which have no oilier roomers or
Jose Valley, and the Grand Canyon.
"The commillee-'s aim is lo have singlebeds for all the students," Dean Pierce
44 N o . Pearl
COMMITTEE CONSIDERS
LIVING CONDITIONS
An ARCH
SUPPORT Shoe
With Style-
$6.50
FEAREY'S
MISS KEIM STUDIES
HOME ECONOMICS IN
LONDON UNIVERSITY
Miss Anna Randolph Keiin, instructor
in Home Economics, is doing graduate
study in home economics al Loudon
University.
She sailed August 25 on
the S. S. American 'frailer.
She is living in Crosby hall overlook
ing the Thames river and dine-, m the
ureal hall where Shake-spe-re, Oiie-eu
Elizabeth, Henry \ H i and Sir TD.mas
Moore used to dine.
"Would you like lo hear what we hail
today for lunch in ibis dining hall:
she writes. "A very English dish, called
'toad in Ihe hole', which is made of a
bailer bread like Yorkshire pudding, and
sausages inibediied fifty per ci-nl in tin
surface." Miss Keiin has heen giving
her English leache-rs a I'e-w American
hints, loo, since Boston brown hive
ind pineapple and cheese salad were mknown lo ibem.
9hone Home!
Thirteen events have been scheduled
to dale by ihe girls' athletic association.
They include Indian Ladder
hike, ( let. 8; swimming meet, Nov.
128; gym frolic, Dee. Id; award night,
Dec. L i ; gym meet, March I I ; facullv
game, March III; alumnae game, Feb
S; basketball hauijiict, Marc!) 22; gym
MISS U U K H A N S I N C O L U M B I A
frolic, Apr. 20; Mav fele, Apr 28
I rack meet, Ma.v 12; Dean's Mills hik,-,iJ Miss Millie-eni Biirhaiis, instructor ii
I bre-nch, is doing graduate work n
— Philosophy.
May l«J; aw.ml night, Mav 31
i f'i'eiicb at Columbia I'uiversilv.
Some students may say thai the in
coining class is the only class In Col
lege thai doe- not know bow lo sluilj
bm they have- proveel their point vv itli
out even half Irv ing to do so
Phil
osopby is rather a heavy subject with
which lo begin,
NEW YORK STATE NATIONAL BANK
LOOK AT THIS GIRLS!
The
impossible lias
happened '
Stale College now has a class in
which male beings predominate.
The shocking and alarming fond:
tioii exists in ihe Education 102 A
class of Dr. M. G. Neb
where, oi
.i group of twenty three pupils, seven
i n n oi ibem are nun
Will wonders never cease?
DANKER
'Say it with Flowers"
40 ami -12 Maiden Une
Albany, N. V.
(HI STATU HTHI4KT
"We
A I.HAN Y. N. Y
Lots of things to tell the folks at the beginning of the year. How you like your
room, how your eon rues look, perhaps
one or two things you have forgotten
and would like to have. . . . (I, Hy telephoning, you can do il quickly, easily
ami conveniently, It given you mi opportunity lo talk things over and got
things Milled.... H Make a telephone
chat with the folks a weekly date.
They'll appreciate hearing j o u r voice.
Understand Eyes
EYEGLASSES
OPTOMETRIST
Gee.. D, Jeonc-y
50 N, Pearl Si.
Albany, N.Y
OPTICIAN
Phone W'esi 7„M
JgmiUntarii (gafrterte
IMeS Central Avenue- at Robin
Albany, N. Y.
Braocll of llie Boulevarel Restaurant 108-1 i 0 State Street
" ^
W » J TELEPHONE COMPANY
^
STATE COLLEGE NTWS, OCTOBER 7, 1927
CARDOZE WILL SPEAK
CIVIL SERVICE TEST
AT NEWS CLUB DINNER
TO BE IN NOVEMBER
Frederick T . Cardoze, Albany
correspondent
gram
will
club
for
tlie
l)c tlie
dinner
New
speaker
and
York
Tele-
the
News
at
birthday
IN CAPITOL BUILDING
political
party
in
Males
lions
the
no!
cafeteria t o n i g h t .
Freshmen
"Iry-onls"
and business
Ll!GE
Nt'.w s,
staff
are
The
that
staffs of
ah n
those
Newman
(ions
to
who
club
wish
or
Anne
the
lie-in
at
may
Y.
afterwards,
p l a c e , '28,
at l e n d
will
so
VV. C. A ,
the
committee
for
'29,
the
is
h.iv
sometime
will
before
in
will
prob
November.
,\n
lie made of
Ihey
will
he
! „ • 1,1,.,|
u
ilirui
on
Kivcn
an
, i | , ,|lr
, ;vj
'"' fviee d e p a r l m e u l
in llie Capitol
h'K a l t e r
for the ex miinaiion.'
an
the d a n -
In ,11 disc: sed.
College
huild
student
chairman
dinner.
I'r.
'I
I'rederiek
II
Candlvn.
s l r u e l o r in mu-i< , lias a n n o i i n e e d
BIOLOGY CLUB BEGINS
i h e r e w i l l he n,. e r e d i i e,i\eii fur
ACTIVITIES ON OCT. 15j r h e - l r a w o r k this w a r
"A
her
the
steak p a r l y ,
14, at
year
picnic
for
is
I'oud,
liiolou.v
also
the h i o l o u y
' - " " ^
Mabel
to lake place
Little's
chili.
planned
to
laboratory
Octn
j
lie-in h h e n
A
winter | "The
he
held
in j h n l
to observe
-iniversary
of
,„e
H e r g , '28, p r e s i d e n t , 1
and
club
outdoor
will
have
man
meetings.
lirsl
I o l a k e t h e p l a c e of W i l l i a m j
because of
excess
fnrced
honor
new
to
i
ma\
I will mil
nrrlir
I,
dircc
PRESIDENT
. h, i l,l
eks i , reore.-mi/e
it
was
a
I,,
HtHUDOIUS
, ,l
lM
l . | o, , ] ', i,H
hil.e
of
Political
FOR
CLUB
Will,, 111, el,
|,,i
-lu
SOON
in
war
Science
will
travel
to
Saratoga
to
wit-
ness
the
historical
pageant
of
the
Scsqui-Ceiilcnnial
row.
Dr.
Adna
I lie- h i s t o r y
members
for
W.
who
Risley.
planned
tomorhead
is one of
the
Freshmen
of
the
noon
have
heen
to a t t e n d .
ami
lllr
vice-president
"'i,)
ui
of
for
presi
the
club
" '"' " ' " w " nl '
wllilc
'
for all C o l l e g e s l u d e n t s .
President
| C o o l i d g e may attend the celebration,
il i - said.
., |
and
vice
win Maker. T . wl o is n ,w
in, :-•! i.-ii l,iu • I l i , 1, ., | „ „ , l .
n sii;n
Ilel-millll
points.
s ;
SOPH DUES ARE $2.50,
n-iri
K
.
, . n |be »nbjecl !
S"!'!
re dues w i l l lie $2.51) i h i pi,.,, ,| leailershii h e a r , T h o m a s l l e m e v , class treasurer,
'r h u ' e ' d . s p l . o n
GOVERNMENT
2
CLASS
| has announced
T h e budget for die year
l die III I m el;
| was accepled h.\ the class at ils second
WILL
GIVE
MOCK
TRIAL,
mei line l-'rid.-n . It i s :
Cainpiis da\ . .'
$2(1
"A
mock
trial
will
he , „ i s e i i t e d | GERMAN
CLUB
TO
GIVE
Post c s a i n jubilee
.'(
again Ibis year b y the students ol
M , w i n e up da\
'•':
the g o v e r n m e n t
2 class,"
Professor
S o p h o i u o r e soiree
21)1
David
H u t c h i s o n , p r o f e s s o r ,,
gnvM e m o r i a l e.lil
21 It
e r u m e l i l , has a n i i o u n c e i l .
" T h e case |
"
h I., he he
" ( , e i \ \ ise" pnrlN
5(1
and p e r s o n n e l of the c o u r t r o o m w ill j i n " " '
all
student.
Miseellaneou51
he chosen by t h e s t u d e n t s .
\ o deli H''' 1 '' 1
nil,-
dale
has
been
set."
|l,.nii,n
T h e f e a t u r e o f t h e t r i a l las, , , • ; „
w a s an a n n u l m e n t o l m a r r i a g e l i i - t u
M i s s A n n e I.. I l o l r o v d , '28, p l a i u l i l ' f ,
and Clarence
I..
Nephew,
'J,S. de
fondant.
M i s s I l o l r o v d and M r . No
phew
were supposed
l o b a s e been
married " o n a d a r e " made In their
f r i e n d s al a d a n c e .
V e r d i c t w a s ri-n
if the d e f e n d a n t
i l e i e d in l a v i
^
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[']"''''„>^'l
''.
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vi n
.1 In
ih,
will
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S p a n i s h i h - p a r l i m nl
I b
riwii
mi
M
I.n
" "
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me In
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,
|
u | i h t ;1|
l o r e r e t u r n i n g to
\ i i s i r a h a , -poh,
Io P
. . , . i I,
" T h e P r o b l e m s o l llie F.ur.ipian Sludi
I Ih,
Spam.n i
Movonio.it."
M r . I .oe is o l A n , M a l i . H I ai .1 i I
• I \ ,
s | |
Ih,
• I. | •
parentage.
I le spent i h . I.e-t l w , . w ,
' " I'lllfiipo, one of w h i c h he , l e \ , , t , , | 1
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'
" M l | i',', "|, , M | ", |',', n i n i ,
w o r k w nl k'i|s.,ian r e l u g e i s m I \ n i
i
.'
"
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I
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Mr
l.oo is w i d . T
acipi.iininl
w '
'
I II,
i ' w i l l ' he 1, ;
-.1
the problems of F
peau
Huh ul
I, l l , lo I.M.I He
m
I ,,,,1,1 in S p a n i s h
KOSCIUSKO WILL HELP
POLISH STUDENTS HERE
" I he K o s . i u s k o c l u b is
h,
an
pose ,,| a, l i n g as ., r e i i e i . , 1 n i l
,i
I ion b i l l ean I,, n i l , ine
I ', ill dl
le
dents
,,|
the
I nllege,"
Anil
\
K u e / u i s k i , '_"), p i e s i . l e n l , a i m i i l i m o s
\n\otio
famili.u
with
th,
Poll I
l a n g u a g e is e l i g i b l e to I n
lm
lb,
Kosciit.sko
l-'oimdal
s, hoi.n h i p
Ibis
111111111.11 i < > 11
sends
i m l , nl
P o l a n d fin s l i u h
ami biine
i •
I j
s l l l i l e l l l S Io A l l i e n ,
.|iul\
I .« i !
M-,11 P l o l e s , , , |
l-'ishel o l I 1,1
c o l l e g e was , boson I o g.i a b i . i . i d
K o s c i u s k o , l u h i\ i l l , I, , I ,,l
its nest
meeting
I n hi
I,, 1,1
,„
ln , 1 1:,wi r
''
' baif Spr.ii.-ue and smt:
i77f>
Bulson's Toggery
853 Madison Ave.
A RELIABLE
BUY
RELIABLE
SILKS
WOOLENS
anil
Mr Coir*
TRY MRS. BRIGGS'
7 No. Lake Avenue
AND
h'lllr
TASTY LUNCH?
Camp High
School Lunch
PLACE
TO
T h e w o r l d series b a s e b a l l g a m e s w i l l
be b r o a d c a s t e d al S t a l e C o l l e g e a g a i n
tins year, according
to
l)r,
I-'.. C.
HOME-MADE SANDWICHES
SPECIALTY
I'uttcm*
CHOICE CONFECTIONERY
R ) H v o i ' K ' B A N K 1 0 T H A L I i S l ' I ' I ' L l IOS
AM) ( i V M ( i O O I ) S
SKI- US 1-inST
T . J . H U R L E Y , Est.
22 G R E E N
STREET
A L B A N Y , N. Y.
MAISTELMAN BROS.
\ t m w i m
To
Stuhlnv
Ice Cream, Confectionary, and Home Made Sandwiches
299 C E N T R A L AVE.
Kor Your Fall and Winter
MILLINERY
see
JOHNW. FISH
131 Central Avenue
Hosiery
Kayser Slipper Heel
and
E. G. M A Y , Electrical Contractor
51 C e n t r a l
ft IDIf)
SI-IS
/ i'/, KYmi
„ „ . / .•)(•< I-SS'IK/I
Avenue
.11.1. ELECTRIC
S
vc; /•/ /-a ii<i(
HII'AIK
331 C E N T R A L A V E N U E
Madeline Guaranteed Hosiery
llmin
.1/,,,/...
Puiillrti
Sprriul
);Vcl,il)lr*
AMERICAN
AND
CHINESE
Open II until 2 A. M.
I.'aiuing
IDi.ttl t i l l I A .
M„
Kxccpl Sunday
mill
('lllll|llllllllll-l|
< J 11J11 • 11 • 1 • I \
save
For
Girls nnJ Misses
( i \ III
I i lj > N
1 Ol J
Illll'IC-st
Ian \|'iil, J ills- and ()ci,
\XA\
V\'V\
H A V I N C i H MANK'
loti s i \ i i: s i ' K i : t : r
4UWNV, N. \l'-2"„
Phone Main 7187
Smart
Coats - Hats - Dresses
323 CENTRAL A V E N U E
lieii-
To
Or<l,tllh<itiunt
OH-icntal and (Accidental l l c s t n u r n n t
R 0 5 E 5ILK 5HOP
yooilti
Allaititm
School
44 Stale St
dress
WORK
Klein, M a r k e t
'POPULAR PRICED FOOTWEAR
5-1 North Pearl St.
Alhany, N. Y.
yinii
A
CANDY, SOFT DRINKS A N D
SO N o . P e a r l .St. C o r . C o l u m b i a St
&"
;,„„
Jolin W. Emery, Inc.
liny
Albany
i Near Ontario)
i
on,I
IlltCII'hl
I'lioite M a i n
This 'AD'good for 50c.
toward the purchase of any
article over $1.00. Bring this
advertisement t o Bulson's
Fojjsery, 853 Maison Ave.
and buy your Gordon, Holeproof, Pointex Hosiery, Silk
Underwear, Corseletts, Sanitary and Toilet Articles,
Shoes and Rubbers, Gifts,
Notions, etc.
hop,- w i l l p h n in the i b i r d m u n d u l , , l .
l . , , W r n (,,,,-, -jo. u l | | |,| ; M
Ku,|,,|,,|
\ \ HI- h, '.io and Samuel ( nuper 2 n w i l
pi i\ A d o l p h S c l i o l l , '.in
COLLEGE HEARS WORLD
SERIES THROUGH RADIO
He Who Conquers Is H e Who Saves.
"Dependable Flowers''
IV Tdeynijih Flotnr* to oil l'„,l,
T o trust in your your youth, your ability, your
(if tint World
abundant health to w i n life's batik's is commendable.
But,-llie prudent people netflecl not i<> foster
their Bank Account.
LOWER «HOP
STEUBEN STREET
Corner James
Listen Girls
,
I n . I I , . ' , , | „ | >7
'•'>•
I m i , I , , i ; elnb has ., new
nUein h
|
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; ' lv'i l1l "i S J I I I , . n l \ I I I , ; l a I'm III 111,1,1,1. h e l l
j ""'
lelil ,.| ||
j
Hi, p r o g r a m
"'''•
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v. w c A. held itsiu-s, nieeiiuuoi i'';""1-1; ","•;;," ":r.:,"i'1;;:;m,:':""l:::,i.i1
Komi
t h e r e , she w i l l l e c t u r e b e f o r e s e v e r a '
women's clubs.
H e r s u b j e c t w i l l be
"Tlie Modern American Novel."
Besides t h i s , she w i l l t e a c h E n g l i s h
to any of the m e m b e r s o f the c l u b s ,
w h o wish to learn the language.
I n her s e n i o r y e a r at S t a t e C o l l e g e ,
Miss l l a m p e l was the editor-in-chief
o f t h e Q u a r t e r l y a n d s e n i o r class p o e t .
1
ROY LEE SPEAKS TO
SPANISH REVIEW COURSE ; K r . ^ ^
Y.W.C.A.
MEETING
FOR CREDIT IS ADDEDl uXoXZJ.
> ^ Z
!
ON STUDENT TRIALS
'
'
i '
the
Mil. vear W e d u e s d a \ cveniii). in
k m I.ee, an A u s t r a l i a n who i
.
W h i s t o n To Oppose Auerback;
Fallon Paired Against
Streveli
NEW KOFFEEKLATSCH
m
„
T. HERNEY ANNOUNCES H g W p f f ' c A
• a n /.-itioll
, r
. ..
uczynksi, Herney.Sprague, And
Stanhope W i l l Play In
Third Round
8 TO E N T E R T H I R D R O U N D
Twelve
players
have s u r v i v e d
th
ipcnine,
round
on
the n u n ' s
mini
tournament.
< )f Ibis number eight w i l
M i r i a m I-'.. K a r n c l l , '28, D o r o t h y Getl
I n o r d e r iba
ney,
'28,
Henrietta
Francois,
'2'). '.<> into the t h i r d r o u n d .
HI player w i l l have to play t w i c e in lb
( u o r e . i a i i u a K i n g , '29, h a v e heen n o i u i
same r o u n d
Anthony
K i i c z y n s k i , '.>'),
nated for llie presidency.
M a r y J u d i t h loseph H o m e y , '2<J, R a n d o l p h S p r a g u c
L a n g d o n , '28, is t h e r e t i r i n g p r e s i d e n t . 29, and R e g i n a l d Stanhiipe, '.»>, w i l
nl« r he t h i r d r o u n d w i t h o u t playing .
I'.usses w i l l leave S l a t e C o l l e g e at
natch in the second.
HI t o m o r r o w so t h a i s t u d e n t s w i l l
T h e f o l l o w i n g players in the tipp
have t h e o p p o r t u n i t y of a t t e n d i n g the
i i l l wo:i their wa\ into the second r
i
s e s i p i i c e i i l e n u i a l c i d e h r a l i o i i at
Free
ud i i n u have been paired against caiman s F a r m . M e m b e r s of the Political
.dicr:
R i c h a r d W h i s t o n '.ill v-s
|:,. r
Science club w i l l a t t e n d llie eelebraiard A u e r b a c k . ' J n ; W a l l a c e
Sirowl
" ' " " in I' b o d y .
•.„'<) vs. T h . a n a s F a l l o n , -J'l, w h i l e Kuc
.I'r.
\ d u a W . h'isley. head of t h e | / , \ n s k i and l l e r n e j w i l l pi.o in tin l i n n
I isinr\
deparlnient.
has
announced
round
dent
> «•
weeks for Germany. While she is
pageant
leave t h e C o l l e g e at
Saratoga.
invited
convention
department,
I'.usses w i l l
U f D n n n r r / c ri UD t<nn»i |,ll; "
president
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IN NET TOURNAMENT: <*•' ** * > •
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COLLEGE TOMORROW !12 PLAYERS REMAIN l - f t S B S & f f i ;
Steefel Brothers, Inc.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER 7, 1927
A. A, NAMES TENNIS
SENIORS TEACH
FROSH NOMINATE 6 G. TOURNAMENT
SENIORS DESCRIBE TWO
ENTRIESENROLL 320 FROSH;
IN SOME ROOMS OF
289 WOMEN, 31 MEN
DIFFERENT HOBBIES MILNE HIGH SCHOOLAS CLASS PRESIDENT
Due
to the increased
number of
Ruth Lane, ' 2 8 Likes To Sleep; seniors teaching in Milne H i g h school,
many are teaching two in a room,
Richard Jensen Is Fond
according to Ihe list of student teachOf Dancing
State College seniors admit a variety
of outside diversions. These, they explain, often consist not of t-hc t h i n g '
they do, but the things I hey would
like to do if they had time. At present they think many activities outside
College impossible.
ers made public by John M. Sayles
professor of secondary education, yes
lerday. The seniors who are teaching
in Milne High school ibis semester
are:
The Girl's Athletic association announces the following entries for its
lentil's tournament to he held the hitter 3 4 Graduate Students And 5 5
Specials Are Listed In
5 R u n F o r Vice-Presidency; part of ibis week at the Washington
New Tabulation
Park courts:
6 For Secretary; 8 For
Captain, (Catherine Terpcnning, '28;
Treasurer
The freshman class leads the other
classes with a lotal registration of 320
assistant captain, Gladys Vadney, '20.
The Glass of '31 made six imiuinaSixin.Ks : Marilla
Smith,
Eleanor of which 28') are women and 31 are
lious for president, live for vicemen.
The senior class has a registraSnell, Lee G. Cohen, Beatrice Samuels,
president, six for secretary, and eight
tion of 215 women and 22 men; the
for Ireasurer, al its firs) meeting Eri- Gertrude Hall, Ada Simmons, Mollic junior class a registration of 190
Erlich, Virginia Similes, Margaret I'us- women and 3.1 men, and the class of
day,
'Donald Grey, Zoc llemicke, Russell sler, Elizabeth Cornish, Beatrice Van '30, a registration of 240 women and
Ludluin, Nelta Miller, Lawrence New- Steenhiirgh, Winifred Fasoldt, Bertha XI men.
Pitkin, Rose Drausky, Gertrude llershcomb and Louise Procila arc the
The registration stalislics show an
presidential candidates, Other nomi- hcrg, Mary Ball, lane Conboy, Dorothy enrollment of 34 graduate students,
nations include: vice-president, Doro- Doyle, Doris Williams, Doris Appleby, 55 special students and 13 college
thy liurdirk, Daniel Coir, Donald Marion Beehler, Helen Davison, Augusia graduates who are candidates for
Drey, Ernia Long, Ruth Parke; for Phillips, Margaret Kelly, R. Griibcl,
M. S. L. S„ according to Miss Elizasecretary,
Dorothy
Abrams,
Edna
Loiirie Graves, Katliryn Webster, Cam beth Van Denburgh, registrar of ihe
Fitzpalrick, R. Kelsey, R. McConnell,
college.
line
lv:lrba
U
irjorie
J:mcr
P
iniiv
'sip
Helen Otis, L. Seward.
Eor class
treasurer, Elaine Barber, Betty Bur- iierly, Ruth Lehman, Sophia Bescmer,
dell, Norman Collins, Ruth Hughes. Judith Langdon, Jeanelle Harrison, Irene
Dorothy
Rubin,
[Catherine
Catherine Lee, Lena Martin, Horace Fouler,
Myers, Wilhelmina Schneider; lor llainsworlh, M. Secger, Mildred Johnclass ri'porler, Kiiima Males. Lillian son.
Don-,
Gladvs
lluugerford,
Ediih
I i o i i a . i s : R. Dranskv, M. Pitkin, I
lames. Emily Leek, Belly l.ichl, Ruth
Maher, I i . Samuels, C. Siiuiolt; for Harrison, Dol Rubin, A. Phillips, M.
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
manager of girls' alhlelie-, Mar\ Kelly, M. Ilechler, I) Applebv, M.
AND
Gaulchier, Helen Henderson, Calh Secger, D. Doyle, I I . Davison. McCarly.
MOAI. TUBS. WED
einie K'. Norris, Bcttv Si hrauth, Mice
OCT.
IO-tt-12
Van Evera, Margar-I Washburn, For
DISCONTINUE NEWS HOUND
RIGINALI3 DI-NNV
With Speed, Pen .mil Action
manager of men's athletics, Arnold
Ihe
News
Hound,
a
paper
for
News
"OUT
ALL
NIGHT"
i 'oppiug, I loraci M \ ers. Six nomina
THUff. FRI. SAT. O C r . 13-14-15
lions were made for member finance club-., will he discontinued this w a r ,
IRI'NIi RICH
according
|o
Genevieve
Cole.
'!'>,
for
In a Play of the World
hoard: Royal Knox, Catherine I'd
"Dh.SIHKD WOMAN"
wards, Ardith Downs, Eliabelh Kron uier editor in-chief.
enberg, Russell l.iidlimi. Clara Lvou
8:10-0:00, English I, Dorothy Dey,
Prances Bowman; English I I , Esther
Douglas; English I I I , Elizabeth Mac
Ruth Lane speaks rather wistfully Mullen, Ruth Kelle.v; Biology, Dora
of a desire t o indulge in long periods Gerkc, Linn Johnson, Alice Brownof deep slumber. It is her only wish. ing, Kli/abclh rhelleplaee; Klein. A l
but it is a fervent one.
gelna, Grace Hooper, Miriam Rich,
Beatrice W r i g h t mentions tennis. I'loreiice
Poller,
Gilbert
Gaming;
swimming, sailing, and basketball, but Plane Geometry,
Richard Jensen,
explains that her chief diversion co
Wanda M a l l i n ; Latin I I , Helen Dausists of w r i t i n g for the Quarterly. I i gremond;
Commercial
Geography.
spare ' moments she finds tlje new Dorothy llaeusser; History A , .Anna
novels and plays amusing.
Lackey] Alice Fisher, Grace Glasicr,
Richard Jensen likes to dance, bill Eleanor Linn.
admits it rather reluctantly, l i e also
0:05-0:55, English I. Moris Arnold,
mentioned golf, tennis, canoing, and
Mai inn Zaplt, K'ulh Moure, C a r o l u i
swimming as among his diversions.
Scott;
I nglish I I , Josephine N c w l o i i ;
Chrissie Curtis is another who re
grets not having time l o sleep She l'ivies, El r Ostraiidcr, M a n Mar
liu,
Gertrude
\IKT-,
l.cla V.u
is fond of reading, lull, like Rtilli
LI.me
Ge ' t r y , Elhcl
Lane, the desire for a long nap pre- Scbaick;
Lesrheu, Anna Sluppli lieen. \'ergil,
dominates.
And then (here is Francis Crilun L. \ . Johnson; Spanish I I . Margareil.,
Smvlh;
llistorv C, D
hv Bradi.
Basketball is his favorite diversion.
He reads—the sporting columns, l i e Evelyn Saria; "Bookkeeping L Eslhei
i
huckrow.
likes t o drive and he loo admils
10:110-10:50, English
I I Katheiine
I , Agnes
fondness for dancing.
HolTuian, Anne I l o i n
llanmier-lev; Latin I, Dorolhv Terrill, and Ruth Steele.
h'or class song
Dorolhv Rabie; French I, Bet'lv Kirk
leader, Margaret Hells, Dorolhv Mrnu
NEWMAN CLUB WILL
palrick, Anna Minirh, Lillian Mac N o w , Helen b'av, Marion ()dwell,
ENTERTAIN FRESHMEN
Gregor, Ethel Van Emburgh; I'ren.ii Dorolln I'egiiiu, Marv Resner, Helen
II,
Helen
Klady, Dorutbv G u r l l : Warren, Helen Sanderson; for cheer
A reception In freshman al Newman French I I I , Clara llagey. Eleanor I U-ailcr, Frances Conlon, Lena Martin,
hall al N o'clock tonight will begin lb< Smith. Vivian Sheale; l l i s l o n
C. { Calherine R. Norris, Russell Ludluin.
year's activities of the Newman club. Dor,,lh\ Humes
, Elsie Loiter; His Frances l.eviiison, Constance Deguz
Committees (or the reception arc: en-lory A. h'loreiice Itluiuciislock, hlslhei man, Maxinc Robinson, Anne Saver
tertainments, Margaret Moore, '28, Helen
Turner, Kalhrvn Connclv, Agnes < on call. Thurs
Scott.
Delay, '28. Helen Daley, '2'J, I.old la
nor; Shorlhaiid I. Dorolhv Lasher;!
Lindacher, '2°, Edith Bevan, 'JO; music
i!l
si,,,
ss
Train,,,K
u
Pauline Crowley, '30; refreshments,
Elizabeth Smith, '20, K'ulh Keefe, '28
Mary McCaffrey, '29, Mary Dyer, '.-ill
(Catherine Webster, '.30; decorations,
Mary BaM, '28. Dorothy Doyle, '2°,h'lickhiger, Lee Dellahov, jolin Kin
M hire 1 Cook . '30, was aw, rded Ihe
Katliryn Mulquecii, '2'A Eulalia Dempej sella, Viola Blanche, Katheriue An ( )mi roil Nu p l/e i i .fill ii student
'30.
The reception committee will In gera.ni, Anna Eagan; Latin I, M i l assei ibh
l-'rid
T i n . p,
Newman club officers with Agues Mc died Meswick, Holly Saltier; Latin I I . gl\ el b • Oini eron Nil. a national
Mva Pielschker, Edith Ten Mroeck;
Garty, '2'J, as chairman.
ar.\ so, lei v III home ,-, OlIOllllCs,
A pilgrimage to Auriesville is planned Latin I I I , Dorothy A r n o l d ; English '"""
for next Sunday. The lirsi communion IV, I' i M i D William,, K. E. Wheeling;
breakfast will be in November. General Commercial Arithmetic, Mollic Erlich;
meetings will be held al -I o'clock tin Commercial English, Marion Stanley.
11:50 12:35, Miologv, Mabel Berg,
first Thursday of each month. A l lliesi
AND
meetings, open lo everyone, the RevMarietta Miller, Matilda Keeler, Made
John Collins, spiritual advisor of New line Malleson; h.lein Algebra. Merle
llockslroier, Mabel Mowen: h'reuch I
man club, will talk on evolution,
Dues will be collected Monday, Tues Jeanne A s, Frances Moeller, I I . leu Commencement
Announcements
Kilhiirn,
F'lorence Can.lei; French I I
day and Wednesday al the table undi
Van,I., Starr, Edith L o u n; Phvsics.
Newman bulletin board.
and
Invitations
Howard (.'oil', Marjorv V
g; (hem
Makers of the New York
isliv, Helena Wagner; I'vpeu ril iug,
Ulga Grossiuau; Spanish I. Marion
State College for Teachers
Passino; l l i s t o n l . I loroihv Gedn.-\
Standard Ring
Norma Mil; ; English I I , Kalheriii,
SaMoii, Doi i , Shulles; I'lihlie Speak
L G, BALFOUR COMPANY
The annual Girls' Alhlelie a.ssocia ii'g, Miss Shellield; Music, Will,nd
Mnniifmlwlng
./,., ,-/,-, , 13 Slnlhmtn
tioii hike lo Indian Ladder will be Relallick; l.aliu I I I , M;irgarcl Sloul
I I'll EllORO
M I.S.V
\ d v . Steiio-ji-.-ipIn ( „ - , „
Saturday, October 11. Musses will •iilnirgh;
/I.VA I.V) COI.I.HCH ,,7,V/-A
leave the College at 10 and 12 o'clock. D e w V bile.
Those- taking Ihe III o'clock bus will
bring their own lunches, Norcucc
Poller, '^8, president, has announced
A canipfirc supper will be fin nished
by ( i . V A. at a price to be rlelei
203 Central Avenue (near Robin)
mined later.
"I'Veslmieil are es|iecialh in\ ileil,"
Miss Potter said.
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WEEK
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