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SHE WAS CROWNED CAMPUS QUEEN
BETA ZETA RETAINS
LEAD FOURTH TIME
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RUTH LANE, CROWNED
CAMPUS QUEEN, SEES
JUMORS WIN STUNTS
Democracy
C h i S i g m a T h e t a Advances
Second S c h o l a r s h i p
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FACULTY, S A T E S
ADDRESS D E L E W
Dr. H a s t i n g s Is A Speaker
T e a c h e r s ' Convention
In N e w York
OTTO
HUDDLE,
'22,
At
TALKS
V i s u a l I n s t r u c t i o n Is T h e m e
Of Dr. Finegan's Speech
In Rochester
I he c o n v e n t i o n n l the southeastern
d i s t r i c i o f i h , - N e w V m k .Male T e a c h
ens' association was held yesterday and
i n d . n ,-n N e w Y o r k ( i l \ .
T h e f o l l o w i l l H S t a l e C o l l i in- i-radliales
and f a m i l y nu n i ' i e n . ih-IL cred addresses:
D r . H a r r y W . HasliiiMs, head o f (luI M I K H S I I d e p a i - l m e i i l , -.pok,
"Local
(elehrilits
as T a i i K c n l s ; "
and
Miss
M a r i a n S. \ ' a n L i e w , siipei-yisoi- o f l i m n e
econouiics ciliic i i i n i i , spoke m i " I Ionic
iniikin«."
O i l . , I-. I hid,II,-, '11. ,,f ih,I ' r i i i c i p a l l l i f t l i school, I'.riarclilT M a n o r ,
is s c e r e l a o I r e a s i i r c r n l ilu- soi.llie.-iwlcrn
d i s l r i c l , a m i Mis-, |-ranees I I . L . w r e i ce,
' 2 1 , ,,f the W e s i h m y l l i e h school, W'cslhiir.v, is assislaul chaii man o f i l n l i h r a r j
section,
A l llie c i i i n e i i . ' i n ' i of i l u c e n t r a l west
i-i-ii d i s l r i c l held a' K'ochester, |..d;n and
yesterday, Miss n l i c e S i n i l h , ''IH diree
I,a n l i i i i i n i n r . i n l e d u c a t i o n . C l i c a , t|.
l i v e r e d an address m i - p . y . n i u u S c h o o l
and 11.mie ( las-, Social L i f e . "
i l.ikln
' ' i i r n e y , ' I H , supervisor o l p a r i nine ed
Imll I ' l l " d m a i n l i l m - i i i i n . 'I'liev were llic ' . ' A ' " " ' S l - ' l ( ' " ' ' p a r t l l l e l i l ..I I ducal
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crown
hearers,
the f o r n i e r
c r o w n u i H Alhanv, spok,
Minor'-. I ' r n h l e n i s , " and D r . T h o m a s I-'.
M i y , Lane a-, she kneeled o n Ilu- slam-.
l-'inc.uan,
W,
spok,
science, ami
l-'resliinan, si iplnnnore and j u n i o r al
Miss A l i c e
Toole,
Icndanls also preceded d i e tpieeii.
T h e y visual i n s t r u c t i o n .
' L i , was a uieiiihcr o f tin- executive a m i
were M o i e n . e |-'iscl|cr and M i l d r e d I V
l.ison,
juniors;
l-'.iiuiciCilherl
and p u b l i c i t y c i i i i i i n i l l e c s o f i l u - section
T i i e c o n v e n t i o n o f i h c w e s l e r n d i s i i i,i
l.tic\
I Liner, sophotnores; l-alnl S i n i l h
w i l l he held today and
r n , w al
ami K a l l i e r i i i e N o r r i s , Ireslinien.
linir.-do
ai tl I'l-iilessor ( , M . \ ' , , r k , head
l-'ach l a d j in w a i l i i i H was dressed in
a l l o u i u i ; court die..-, n l w h i l e , and each o f die coinniei-ce i l e p a r l i n e u l , w i l l .nl
i "Leo
wore ah.iiil her hair I w o rihhoiis n l hci dress the i-ominefcial s u n ' .
ie C c n m - a p l n in i l n I L u l l S r i
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Has-, c o l o r s .
T h e seniors w o r e y e l l o w ; ii
Miss M a u d I. h u r l . 'HH, supervisor , , i
die j u n i o r s , r e d ; sophomores, h l u e ; fresh
l-'.uulisli in i h , L o c k p o r l p i i l i h , schools,
Clara
\ an l l u r k c
I laeev, 'IH. was is c h a i r m a n o f the L n u l i s h section ai lin'herald ami a i m
ir,\ die a r r i v a l o f llic c o i i v e i i l i o n .
T h e s o n l h e r i i d i s l i i e l w i l l hold il , c m
i i i w d p a r i ) In h l o w i i i K l l i c royal salute
A l t e r die procession vi n(i<>n al l-'.liuira on N'ovcnihei IH | u .
f r o m die slaiM-.
Ciiiirti-K.v AIIIIIIIJ- K t . - n l n n Ni-
l
how s
f o l l o w i n g t iI.J. s i n . u s
in t h e last y e a r :
itarchy
M S-, Lane is m a j o r i n g in l-'u-Mi-h and
n i i i M i i i u : iii I'rt l u l l . She is a nictnlier o f
I'si C a m i l l a , and lives at ils house, 11(1-1
Madison avenue
I lei' lit title is at C l e n
wood L a m l i n i ; .
She is l l i c t h i r d (|uecn in six years l o
lie -i h n n i e l l c
She h a . | m i « , hlack hair
IN i l h faint liii.ues o f a i i h u r n .
K l c c t c d It. .Ih liecflll.se o f her l i e a u h
and p o p u l a n ' l y , M i s s Lane was |;reetcd
w i l h a hushed respeel as she was es
c n r i e i l i n i o iln- a u d i t o r i u m o f l l a w l e v
hall.
When
she was c r o w n e d , the
iiidieiiee applauded f o r several m i n u t e s .
T h e a l l . m i a u l s were picked by class
pre.idfiils
so I hat
each class
would
have a h l m i i l e a m i a l i n t i l e l l c lady in
uailiiiH.
T h e t w o senior
alleiidiints,
Horollij
T e r r e l l and Anna I laKamaii,
i a n i. d the i | i i c e i i \ t r a i n o f r m a| p u r p l e
(. L el i r i m m e i i w i l l ) e r m i n e .
lleik
I . l a u d I . I l e i k m i d .Mora ( I
c h i l d r e n ,,l Mr. A . K. l l e i k , led the r o v a l
procession over Hie peristyle f r . - i , - D r a p e r
T h e a v e r a g e (if I'.cla / c l a is l.o.i,
w h i c h is .1)7 less | h a n l l i a l w h i c h i l
had in llic raliiiKS f o r llic lirsl semester
o f lasl y e a r ,
' i ' l i e I'miires a n n o u n c e d
I u i l . i \ are f o r llic • ecoiid senicsler of
lasl u-;ir.
H c l a / . e l a ' s p i e s , ' H i I'miite i s , h o w J
e v e r , .1)7 a l i o w t h a i a n n o u n c e d I'm l l i c i
sec
I l e r m o f I'L'S J o .
The i m i i p l e t e s l a u d i i m . s f o l l o w :
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t h r o n e o f campus queen S a t u r d a y nijrht.
Miss Lane, besides Ijeiiif? president o f
i l u student associ.i.tiiiii, is a member o f
My.sk-ania, a n d one Uf the t w o s e n i o r r e p .a . d i l a t i v e - , on the D r a m a t i c and A r t
'mined
She was a memher o f the slu
del I hoard o f fuiai.ee last year, a m i
' ( ( T c l a r y o f her class as a f r e s h m a n .
She was a representative m i the V . \ V .
C A . c i i h i u c l lasl year.
Is
I'.cla /.cla
( I n Simna T h e l a
Camilla Kappa I'lii
Alpha Kpsilon I'hi
succumbed
f u r a I I R I I I at S l a t e C o l l e g e w h e n
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FANTASY AND SKETCH
PRESENTED THURSDAY
A
I'alila-n, d u n led I n
Maiearcl
M o o n - , '2N, a n d a . h a r a c l e i
sketch
due. n.I In Coldiua
K i l l s . '2H. w e r e
p i t s c i i i t .1 I I n n sd.n
In un uiliri s oi
the a d v a n c e d d r a m a t i c s class.
T h e t a - l fin Ilu- l a n l a s \
iiieludetl
M a r i a n I ' a l n i e r , '!'>, as M i n n i e , a m i
H e l e n D a l e y , \ W . as S a l l y .
In i h .
t h a i a c l . - i s k c l t h , L i m i t W i l l i a m s , '2N,
p l a t e d i l u - silt-ui n . l c o l t i n - " S i r o i i n e r
Woman."
K ' u l n l - i i l l c i , '2N, w i l l d i r e c t t h e n e s t
p l a y l o be p r e s e n t e d .
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, NOVEMBER 4, 1927
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CAN'T YOU BE SORRY,?
M e m b e r s o f the student association w e r e decidedly
hurt
last F r i d a y when one o f the freshmen so f a r f o r g o t h e r s e l f
as t o m a k e an " a p o l o g y " w h i c h was n o t h i n g m o r e o r less
t h a n a farce.
W h e n college t r a d i t i o n s w h i c h have been r e -
g a r d e d a n d respected f o r years by students, a r e sneered at
by a f r e s h m a n , it seems almost a sacrilege.
I i is sincerely
hoped t h a t members o f the Class o f ' 3 1 , w h o feel this w a y
about
S t a l e College
and her t r a d i t i o n s ,
will
soon
change
t h e i r a t t i t u d e ; d r o p the sarcastic role o f an outsider, and
become o n e o f us.
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Perfumery is closely allied with the study of social
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ing that Edward VIII had a special liking for rose; that
"Napoleon had an almost feminine fondness for perfumes'
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Methods of distilling perfumes, the source of materials,
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T h e unusual d o i n g s o f an unusual f a m i l y f o r m t h e basis
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J a l u a is t h e E n g l i s h p a r k a n d its l a r g e b r i c k house built
in the wilderness o f western Canada by the W h i l e o a k s , w h o
moved (here f r o m a B r i t i s h m i l i t a r y s t a t i o n in I n d i a . But
Jalua comes t o mean f a r m o r e t h a n a c o u n t r y home amidst
t o w e r i n g t r e e s : it means a n aged m a t r i a r c h p r e s i d i n g over
the lives o f her numerous and w a r r i n g f a m i l y h e r t w o
sons w i t h t h e i r respective cat and d o g , the g r a n d c h i l d r e n ,
the butler a n d h i s q u a r r e l s o m e w i f e .
( i r a n d i u o t h e r W h i t e o a k insists that she must finish out
her f u l l five score y e a r s ; she insists o n t y r a n n i z i n g t h e
tribe. H o w F-den g r e w up l o be u poet in the w r a n g l i n g
f a m i l y ; h o w he w o u l d not be a f a r m e r like his b r o t h e r
P i e r s ; h o w A l a y n e f r o m N e w Y o r k , loves E d e n — a l l are
w o v e n into t h e c e n t r a l t h r e a d n f t h e novel u i t h h u m o r ,
pathos, v i t a l i t y and excellent p o r t r a i t u r e .
Popes and Cardinals
in Modern
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By Carlo P r a t i .
$3.50. 2.34 pages. N e w Y o r k :
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MacVeagh,
the D i a l Press.
H o w the pope lives, what his duties a r e , h o w a new popeis chosen a r e related a u t h o r i t a t i v e l y i n this hook by S i g n o r
P r a t i . H o w Pius X r u l e d that he m i g h t have company t o
d i n n e r , h o w t h e c e r e m o n i a r i i w e r e d i s m a y e d t o see w o m e n
break bread w i t h h i m , h o w it t o o k seven chefs to prepare
t w o eggs a r e i n t e r e s t i n g incidents.
T h e last t h r e e chapters a r e devoted t o t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n
o f t h e R o m a n C a t h o l i c c h u r c h , d e a l i n g w i t h the secretaries
o f stale, the c a r d i n a l s o f the c u r i a and other ecclesiastical
officers. I t is, as the publishers c l a i m , " a n unique book f o r
everyone interested in t h e c h u r c h . "
T h e i n t r o d u c t i o n b y Jean C a r r e r e is l e n g t h y , at limes
tiresome, and o b v i o u s l y p u b l i c i t y f o r his v o l u m e o n Pius X I .
E v e n it has its i n t e r e s t i n g spots, a n d is l i g h t r e a d i n g .
CO-ED'S CHATTER RUINS
WHOLE DAY FOR KUCZYNSKI
To THK EDITOR :
T h e r e a r e m a n y ways in w h i c h college officials a r e t r y i n g
ARE SORORITY GIRLS JUST AVERAGE?
A c c o r d i n g t o the scholarship standings o f Stale
lege
sororities,
is "C".
the average
for a sorority
Does this mean that intellectually,
are just average?
bership
grade
these
Colgirl
girls
I n o r d e r t o be e l i g i b l e f o r f u l l m e m -
into a sorority,
w o r k , a n a v e r a g e o f C.
one must
From
have
i n her s c h o o l
this, one m i g h t
that o n the whole, sorority girls attain j i M thai
gather
inure,
Perhaps the non-sorority
in, better.
It w o u l d
scholarship
marks
be i n t e r e s t i n g
o f Iho.se g i r l s
girl
dues
l o see t h e a v e r a g e
not m e m b e r s
to help students l o get the m a x i m u m value out o f themselves.
T h i s year Ihey have t r i e d the O t i s Intelligence Test m i
the f r e s h m e n t o d e t e r m i n e w h e t h e r Ihey a r e o f n o r m a l i n telligence. T h e n w e a l l have been exposed to t h e o r i e n t a t i o n course w h i c h emphasized c e r t a i n f u n d a m e n t a l necessities f o r beneficial study, a m o n g them being quiet. It seems
to me the school officials have o v e r l o o k e d this simple
necessity f o r g o o d study. T h e y p r o b a b l ) realize the value
o f quiet a l t l
g h they d o n o t h i n g l o a t t a i n it in this
I n this seventh o f a series o f articles
College licit
on campus o r g a n i z a t i o n s , A n t h o n y F.
Students tin not
K u c z y n s k i , '29, c a p t a i n o f the men's solicits f o r athlete-.
v a r s i t y baseball and basketball teams, come here in o l d e r I n make a name f o r
I treatise o f this.
e x p l a i n s Stale's policy c o n c e r n i n g a t h - t h c m s c l v i s in athletics.
S t a l e has a d o i i b h d i l l i e u l l task in put
letics.
V e t , as
A c c o r d i n g to D r . B r n h a c h c r ,
S t a l e t i n g together w i n n i n g teams.
I ollege h is I he most democratic l . r n i o u r r e c o r d - f o r the past three years w i l l
nf assembly meetings in the I ' n i t e d attest, we have li.nl r c m a r k a b h
Slates, h is ny o p i n i o n thai S t a t e C o l - T h a n k s should be given I n the official
lege also possesses the
st unique o f this College f o r t h e i r foresight n
d e m o c r a t i c system o f a t h l e t i c - in the selecting a capable coach a m i o u t l i n i n g ,
C n i l e d Stall's i f not in the w o r l d ,
correct athletic policy. A proper halauci
Perhaps
my assertion
sounds
t o n is soiighl between a t h l e t i c - a n d s l u d i i s w e e p i n g , hut o n e f a m i l i a r w i t h the sit w i t h i
vcr-eniphnsis placed o n a l b
n a t i o n at Slate College w i l l vouch f o r Icties as i - the case in must ,,i o n :
my opinion.
T h e p r e d o m i n a t i n g i n l l i i - modi i colleges
ence a m o n g Hie athletes ,<i this college
lergraduatt
Ai
is the sense o f f a i r play and j u s t i c e . S t a l l
X o pi • l e d in
teams.
These ideals a r e so high a m o n g them,
,- pla
that they take precedence o v e r
pell) A
II!
or
a m b i t i o n s , not I n ,
jealousies,
selfishness
F r a t e r n i t i e s o r cliques have m pla,
number
the scheme o f t i l i n g - at State.
M e r i t . |does not help h i i
a b i l i t y , and personality alone count w i t h |
I i i - In tins i
mil I
the m e n . A man is j u d g e d In, what he is n a t u r a l r e - ill
that
and nnt h.\ the nationality or f r a l e r n i t ) i n inenleali
••liable
to w h i c h he belong-. T h i s is the purest
f o r m o f democracy
fair p l a t , juslii
i lit I A m e r i c a n
amount
o f p r o f i c i e n c y in I h e i r lessons l o a l l o w t h e m i n " g e t b y "
and n o t h i n g
State College Has Most Unique Democratic
System Of Athletics, Kuczynski Declares
of a n y
society.
T h e r e a n - g i r l s of b o t h classes o n t h e list o f last
year's h o n o r slink-ills.
Whether
sororities
interfere
with
scholarship, or
whether they stimulate more concentration and heller
w o r k is s t i l j a q u e s t i o n ,
T h e o d d s seem a b o u t e v e n .
SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN MAGAZINES
V a r i e t y a n d a l u n c h of " . s o m e t h i n g d i f f e r e n t " f e a t u r e d
b o t h the (Quarterly a n d I.ion w h i c h appeared this week.
N e i t h e r w a s I h e r e f o u n d an a i r o f r e s t r a i n t o r o f " o v e r
s t e p p i n g " in either o f these n u m b e r s ,
I t is a n i n d i c a t i o n o f t a l e n t i n S t a i r that t h r e e p u b
l i c a t i o n s — e a c h e x t e n s i v e i n its o w n h e l d , l i t e r a t u r e ,
h u m o r o r n e w - can be m a i n t a i n e d a n d s u p p o r t e d so
s u c c e s s f u l l y a l t h e same l i m e
N o l o n l y h a w t h e s l u d e n l s t a l e n t , b i l l a l s o h a w 111<• >
an a p p r e c i a t i o n o f t h e several t y p e s o i l i t e r a r y p r o i l u e
l i o n , r e a d i n g each w i t h evidein interest and e n j o y m e n t .
T h e f a c t t h a i t h e n e w b o a r d s h a v e m a d e such successes w i t h t h e i r i n i t i a l a t t e m p t s , p r o m i s e s w e l l f o r t h e
c o i n i n g issues a n d c r e a t e s w i t h i n t h e r e a d e r s a l i e n
i n t e r e s t in t h e p u b l i c a t i o n .
A l l that » r c a n - a t is that
a f t e r r e a d i n g tlie O u a r l e r l y a n d I . i o n , u c l i k e < ' h t . i
Twist, "waul mure.'
WOMEN TALK; MEN PRAY!
M R . K I ' 2VNSKI:
S e l d o m a r c p r a y e r s answered so q u i c k l y as y o u r s has
b e e n ; l o r in IIII'N issue o f the \ ' i w - , can be f o u n d a list o f
the l o o m s vacant d i i r i i i a 11 it* day.
W e a d m i t that w o m e n are prone In t a l k , but i f Ihey
rjjdn't, w h o w o u l d '
F u r t h e r m o r e , how u r n - I d Slate's shieks
g e l t h e i r rccuiuiiiciiclaliuiis i f it weren't f o r these same
females' comments and report..'
I J o w e v e r , y o u r suggestions a n - v e r j welcome a n d , we
hope, w i l l bear f r u i t .
T H E K i m OR.
T h e r e is no doubt that the atmosphere o f a study hall is
conducive t o p r o f i t a b l e study. Even the sight o f busy sin
dents has a p s y c h o l o g i c a l d i e d t i |
liters. W e wish
immediately In study.
Y o u notice I sat profitable, f o r there
is a difference between study and p r o f i t a b l e study,
There
is rarely a person w h o can study p r o l i l a b l > among dislrac
lions.
I n o r d e r t o g e l results,
• must have quiet
A
solid h o u r o f quiet study is w o r t h m o r e than t w o hours o f
distracted study.
I n many circumstances, study is impossible al home.
M a n y students, t h e r e f o r e , attempt t o stud) in the College.
I k n o w m a n ) times I have conic t o college l o t r y In stud)
for a couple n l hours b e f o r e m y classes begin bin have
g i v e n up in despair,
I cannot study when I am s u r r o u n d e d
by w o m e n student-, w h o discuss last n i g h t ' s p a r t y , or h o w
nice h e r liny f r i e n d , | o l m , was t o her, o r how " a w f u l l y nice"
the dress looked m i Blanche, etc A n attack o f this cntt
u - r s a l i o n f o r ID minutes ruins my whole .lay. I then begin
l o wander about the College in quest o l a q u i d p l a n to
study. T h e l i b r a n is impossible f o r it is t
an.ill and
al ways filled. It i - the o n ! ) slud) place in the ( o l l e g e .
I t r y the n u n ' s locker l o o m , but that i- I n n noisy. So I
w a n d e r in search o f a vacant r o o m
I i n t e r r u p t classes b)
t r y i n g t o find out whether the r o o m is vacant or not
F i n a l l y when I tin find a vacant m o m , I discover thai a l l
my l i m e has been consumed h u n t i n g f o r a p m p c i and quiet
place f o i study and that I have l i t t l e h i t f o i actual w o r k .
Pel h a p - I have bee c a p a i t u . 1 in the officials' secret.
I believe II I- impossible l o have - l m l \ rooms in a college
l u l l o l women t o r \ o i i cannot - l o p w o m e n t r . n i l t a l k i n g .
Now i t - ' dilTeieiil w i t h men. W e h a \ e i
• her. l o r a
purpose and we go about seeking I n realize that purpnsi
and also a place o f - t i n h bill we keep o u r mouths shut.
M.t suggestion is t h i s : even w i t h the handicap o f woman's
weakness, t a l k i n g l o o much, w i
g h l lo a r r a n g e a system
h) w h i c h - l i i d e n l s w o u l d know what rooms can be used
for study. T h e r e a r e c e r t a i n h o u r - o f the d a y d i n i n g
w h i c h rooms a r e vacant. Several c h a r t s placed i l l con
spicuoiis places w o u l d i n f o r m the sludenls o f the room.',
vacant at each h o u r . A list t e l l i n g at what hours the
room is vacant could be hung on each classroom door.
T h e e f f o r t o f i n n o v a t i n g litis system is o n l y a couple o f
h o u r s perusal o f the r e g i s t r a r ' s r o o m assignments and a
m a k i n g up o f a schedule o f stud) h o u r s . I believe this
system w o u l d result i n m u c h benefit l o S t a l e Collegians.
A . v n i o N V F . K c c z y . N s h i , '2U.
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( h c i i i i - l r v c l u b w i l l v o l e f o r new
I - t h e n a po . ihilil \ ,,l lee. ivil.g < l e . l l l
members tonight.
N a m e s o f p o s s i b l e for b o M u i ; l e s s u u s v
members were taken last Friday.
No.
(L,Hi,h
Baker).
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, NOVEMBER 4, 1927
NEW FACULTY ENJOY
109 JUNE GRADUATES
Tepedino Visits American College In Rome; BIOLOGY LABORATORY
THE COLLEGE SPIRIT
HAVE NOW OBTAINED
Teachers Lecture In Latin To SeminariansOBTAINS BUD MOTHS
studious and friendly atmosphere
TEACHING POSITIONS of The
AND A SALAMANDER
8:10?
In Rome they get up at 5:30 and the routine of the day is systematic.
State College favorably impresses the
O n e h u n d r e d nine of the J u n e graduates from Slate College have obtained
teaching positions a c c o r d i n g to the
latest report from the office of P r o fessor John M. Sayles, director of
practice teaching.
T h e average pay for women is ap
proximately $1,300 and for men $2,000.
T h e following students have positions :
A g n e s Atchison, E d m e s t o n ; Rtitl.
Colbiirn, G c r m a n t o w n ; Lois D u n n .
M a m a r o n c c k ; Florence H e n r y , Elmira
H e i g h t s ; Agnes Hollcran, Madalin
new faculty members according to general statements made by several of the
new faculty.
Stale College has eight
new instructors from various parts of
the country among ils faculty this year.
A few are substituting for members of
last year's faculty who have been given
a year's leave of absence. Several are
former graduates of Stale College.
In start the college day.
There's no
difficulty either ill duckling whether to
wear the blue sweater with the grey
knickers or the navy blue suit. Every
student wears 11 if same—a black cassock
worn over short breeches, and a beaver
hat with a red curd. They don't groan
because they have two lecture classes in
a scries, because their lecture classes
come in a series of three or mote.
At 5:30 everyone arises, at 6:00 services
and Holy Communion are held. Breakfast is at 6:30 and from 7:15 to 8:15
is the recreation hour, during which the
students read in the reading room,
The Saturday Evening Post is the only
available light reading for students. The
rest of the morning and afternoon is
spent in the rooms studying or in classes.
After dinner the students have the evening walk in 'Camaraderie' form, that
is, two by two and accompanied by one
of the faculty. This is the sole exercise
of the day. The lights of the dormitory
are out at 10.
"As for classes, all lectures arc in
Latin and the examinations are held
orally in Latin. The chief objection I
noticed was the absence of any subject
such as public speaking, which is an
essential factor in the church to-day.
All classes are held in one room. Sometimes the students slay fur three onchniir lectures one after the other. Examinations are not held in all the
subjects, bin the students must study all
of them for tiny do not know in which
lew they will be examined."
"This young American had left the
school <>n account of the death of his
father and was undecided about returning," concluded Tepedino, " l i e expressed
a desire to study chemical engineering
instead of continuing studies fur the
Miss Alice I'arkman, who is substitutThis is just a bit of the college atmosing for Miss lllanchc M. Avery, former
instructor in commerce, is a graduate of phere at the American college in Rome,
the State Normal School, Farmingtolt, as Michael Tepedino, '29, had an opporMe.
She received her U.S. in Com- tunity to learn on his recent trip abroad.
mercial Education from New York uni- On board the S. S. Majestic rehiring to
versity, and has taught in Hackcnsack, the Slates, Tepedino picked lip an acX, J., and also in high schools in Maine quaintance with a tall young man of
Helen Myites, Sanquoit; J o s e p h i n e | a n c | Massachusetts. "I was from the first about 24, who was seated opposite him
Klepser, Cherry Valley; Hilda Klink- favorably impressed by the earnest alii at table.
" l i e told me be had been studying for
hart, Schuvlerville; Helen
Lcpper, Hud? " f . t h £ students at State College,"
the priestl
I al the .American college
,.
. , ' ,.
.
.,
.,
said Miss Pat'kman.
in
Rome, 'flu young man was an AmerG r e e n w i c h ; Gcorg.ana Maar, lirownKirkpatrick says, "I like
Mjss
AHcc
ican whose home was in a small country
ville; Grace
Ostrander,
Castlcton; m c students and faculty and appreciat
Olive
Scholcs,
Dalfon;
Katherinc the friendly atmosphere that pervades town near Springfield, 111. and who had
T a n n e r , Albany; Kvelvn Van Avery, the college.'" Miss Kirkpatrick, who is been sent to the college by the Bishop
Bring curious lo know
Highland;
and
Dorothy
W a r d e d , succeeding Miss Ethel I luyck a- assist ol a dioiese.
ant college librarian, was graduated from wdiat college life was like al Rome, I
I lover Plains.
Middlebury College in Vermont in l'L'J, entered into a conversation with him
Betty Wyke, Kndicott; Helen Zimand from New York Slate l.ihran and found some interesting differences
merman, W a r r c n s b u r g ; Margaret TaySchool in 1024. She ha- been 111 the
lor, Tupper Lake; Marcella Street, New York Stale traveling libraries and between college life there and al State
Fairport; Sara Harklcy, ( ) \ v c g o ; Carrie lias had public library 1 xperienee 111 New
" T h e u n i f o r m is w o r n b\ all the stuAvers, Pawling; G e r t r u d e
Daniels, Britain, Conn, Lasl year -lie substituted dents al all n i n e . , " t i n - student told
Stamford;
Ruth
Ellis,
M a y b r o o k ; lor Miss Love in tin' Si,He College T c p c d i i i o
" T h e rules are ver\ s t r i n g e n t ,
Florence Elmore, Ravena; Adelaide Library School and taught during the j
Hollistcr, Delhi; Margaret Pabst, Pine summer session of \'>27.
Dush; Helen Ripley, S h e r m a n ; Edna
Miss
Marion
Chesebrougb,
whom
Roys, Gloversville; Mary Tilyou, Gcr- Junior,- and Seniors will remember a- a
m a n t o w n ; and F.thel Wilburn, Wall- member of the Stale College class ol
kill.
I'Cd, is siibsiiiiiting for Mi-s Edith
Janet Cow, Cylde; Ruth Maynard, Owen Wallace as instructor in Latin
W a l w o r t h ; Evelyn Palmer, Downs- Miss Cbcsehrough received her Master's
ville; Helen Rex, Camillus; Mildred degree from Columbia lasl year and iSiller, Madalin; Zuella I'.ntler, Milford; now teaching Freshman Latin and EngMargaret Knapp, S t a a t s b u r g ; Helen lish composition.
Prospective college
Knowles,
Delmar;
Ruth
Leiiimle. instructors may be interested 111 the
W a r r e n s b u r g ; Helen Viets, Dolges- little re.-uinee Ml— Chcsebroiigll gave of
ville; Mildred Schmitler,
H a r t f o r d ; the work required in gelling an M. A.
Nina Handv, Fairport; Beatrice (.'lap- degree in Latin, "file work," -he -aid,
tier. Great Neck, L o n g Island; Doris "includes the entire history ol Roman
Sinnotl,
Ossining;
and
Margaret literature and work 111 writing in Latin.
Flanagan, Albany.
Miss Alice Ryder, who 1- succeeding
Gertrude Swettman, New ^'c>rk City; Mis- Jean J. Stewart as instructor 11:
Jean Arnold,
Fort
Plain;
Marion home economics, i- a graduate dietician
Tilly, Stillwater;
Arthur
Layman, from Bailie ' r e e k College. Bank' Creek.
Cortland; Dorothy Young. Colonic; Mali.
After serving as dietician al
Julia Titus, Schenectady;
Elizabeth Battle ( r e e k Sanitarium for ,1 number
r u n w a y , Ellicottville; Mary Mastri- of years. M i - Rvder studied al Teachanni, C a m b r i d g e ; Dorothy l l a n d l o n , ers College, Columbia Cnivcrsity, and
Solvay; Melanie (Irani, West l.eyden; was graduated from that institution. She
Ruth
Lockard, Detroit,
Michigan; taught at Ml. Allison University and did
1 slip; graduate work al Cornell and Chicago.
Marjorie
Campbell,
Central
Doris
Ensign,
Ballslon;
Dorothy Mi-- Ryder find- the atmosphere lure
Wiekwire,
lameslowu;
and
Edna \erv different from that al Ml Allison.
However, she does not feel thai she lias
Henry, Highland.
Vcrna
fisher,
i annaii;
Blanche been here long enough In have formed
England, Elba; Laura Baessler, Wood nn\ definite impressions.
Inn v, New ler-ev; Agatha Flick, Tan
Mr-. Ruth F. Lee. substitute instructor
nersville; Saia Wood, South Olselic; in mathematics, finds lift al Slate a trille
Man
Mellon, I n n
Aim;
Blanche different since she now \ iew - n 1 rum tin
Robbins, R>e; Lewis Dovle, Wills perspective of an instructor win rcas miB
b o r o ; I illian Duell, Redwood; Berniec .1 few month- ago it was from that oi a
Blown,
Akron;
Gladys
Reynolds. student.
M i - F.diia Tarlelon, who 1- siib-titiil
I ,i\ iugslon Manor; Dorothy Kniskeru,
('andoi . I l e e l o n u e l'ln-sanl, Silver iug for Mi-s Ann.1 Randolph Keiin.
I'.av; d l e i t a Rulenber, N e u
Berlin; former assistant professor ol home
Florence Hudson, S c h o h a r i e ; Hilda economics, is .1 graduate ol the Stale
S a n . Saui|iloit; I'.tlnd New in-. Crosse Normal Sri
I at Fairmont, W. \ a and
Point, Michigan; F i a n c e s
Bueklev, received her II S. degree from \ V Vir
n u n e r - i l v.
S h e l a l l g l l l III p u b l i c
Wolcolt; and Ruth Moore, Rensselaer. eini:i
,.
nil ill t h e S t a l .
G r a . e Broiik, Dundee; Kdwin Baker, schools in \\ \'irg
m
She re
S t a a l s h u r g ; William Clarke, Burnt Teacher's Collect ii
M. V decree from 1 obiniliia
Hill-; Page Mallice, C e r g e n ; Kdwin ceiveil
(
o
l
l
c
g
e
111
l
"
V
Van Klceck, I 'lalt-bm gh ; l.lovd Fish, "
'
I )r Pari II. South, toi'iin 1 instructor
liaiigh, Geneva;
William
Speneei
al I lit I duo Stale uuiver.S c h i n l e m l l c ; Winifred ( arev, Delhi in cillit al
Abhie t lawlord, l o n g e r - ; luli.i Fa\ ity, 1- succeeding Dr. S M Piowneil al o h n - l o w n ; Ellen l l o v l a n d , Walton ,is-i- taut plot. - .or 01 education.
Miss F.dilh Lei I;, who 1- sulisliliuing
le.miinie Kimball, f'ai iningdalc. Car
OIMI
Cunt/.
lolni-lowii,
llelei lor M i - Millir.nl Biuhaiis in the French
Paine, I >ow iis\ die; ami Anne Sleidin departin. lit, graduated fioin \ i w York
St.it. ( oil. ee in I".'.- and taught foi
«ir, Ro-lyn.
two M at • al N. n'llip a I. I I
Maili line Tietjeu, Saugerlies; Plor
TO-DAY in ;i modem office you
mice
Vernon,
Vorlitow n
Heightwill find these elc.1iH.1l aids:
Bertha Zajau, Schenei ladv ; Ruth I'mAddressing Machines; Dictating
K i n d e i h o o k ; Kinilv l o p e . Madedon
Machines; Adding Machines;
Dorolh\ Res, ( a n i - l e o ; Fi ances Sehle
Mulligr.ipllS, (.heils-writers; Clllhuber,
Millhrook;
Prances
Sinilh
iiil.iluig M. 11 bines; (ash RegisS a u g e i l i e - ; ( Lira Tcuiuw, Rhiiieheck
ters; Interior Telephones, Card
Pdiia W i\om, Sa\ villi . Ruth Allen
Recorders; Card Sorters, Time
N o r t l n i l l e ; V u i a n 1:111111, Delhi; Bei
R i l 01 d e l s , A l l olllltlllgM.il hi IK'S;
ilia I ewi-. Mineola; Louise Nutting
Time Stamps, ( links; Mailing
ham, 1 allien.,n; ami M a n
Aubin
Machines; Typewriters; Fans;
Penlnld
Stylishly patterned in
M A / . P A Lamps, and many other
electric devices.
WILL VISIT W A T K K SUPPLY
all the wanted leather.
S o m e interesting specimens have
been b r o u g h t into the biology laboratory this semester, a c c o r d i n g to Miss
Minnie B, Scotland, instructor in
biology. O n e of these is a t h r i v i n g
family of bud m o t h s now two weeks
old. T h e eggs were collected in tbe
park and then hatched into larvae.
A s a l a m a n d e r that walks in a circle
was b r o u g h t in by Frederick C r u m b ,
'30. T h i s is due to the fact that its
tail is attached to its right leg.
It
thus has the use of its limbs on the
eft side only.
ALPHA EPSILON PHI
WILL DANCE NOV. 5TH
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority will have
its annual house dance on Saturday, November 5, by special permission of Dean
Anna E. Pierce. Anne Golcnsky, '29,
general chairman of the dance, announced today that in order to create an
uiental effect the house dance would be
1 Hindoo party.
Mrs. Saitee F. L. Banmaiin will be one
if the cliapernnes of the dance. Comniitees appointed by Nellie Fieldman,
2H, president, include: decorations and
irrangeineiits, Gertrude E. Braslow, '29;
refreshments, Florence Marc, '30; anil
rchestra, Mollie Kaufman, '29. Dorothy /V Rubin, ',?(), has charge of orders.
How will your office look?
Not like this, of course
Yet you will find in it a dozen j o b s that
can be d o n e m o r e quickly and effectively
ftp. ,,„
by electricity—and d o n e so quietly as to
be practically u n n o t i c e d . In fact, electricity
tfei p i I
WOMEN
$6.50 Shoes
Members of the e l i e m i - i n I clas- w i l l
m s p . c l tla e m
water f i l t r a t i o n
.ysiein
,,11111 una- in the Hear i n l i n e
"Willi
k n o w l e d g . In forehand t i n --Indent- w i l l
b e l t e r , " said
uud.i-laii.l
the inspect
Plofessol Pain.nd S II
lie clicinislrj di parluiciit.
.oil, head ol
methods.
m o t o r - d r i v e n sorters and tabulators.
K e y cards are p u n c h e d w i t h lightning fingers. Electric sorters d e v o u r
21,000 cards an
But visit a m o d e r n office!
A thou-
sand
by
letters
o'clock.
FEAREY'S
A
to go
new
four
Tabulators
jig
time, and print the totals.
all
G o to a l m o s t any bank today. H a n d
fail. Enter electricity. T w o or t h r e e
in your a c c o u n t b o o k .
p e o p l e turn switches, and thefinished
click, goes the electric b o o k - k e e p i n g
letters c o m e out of an
ingenious
Click, click,
m a c h i n e and back c o m e s the b o o k
m a c h i n e . A n o t h e r m o t i o n and they
to you. Five operations
performed
are sealed and stamped. O n l y elec-
in that brief m o m e n t .
Everybody
tricity could get that j o b d o n e .
saves time, — y o u ,
t h e clerk,
the
b a n k , — w h e n electricity is the b o o k H e r e ' s a statistical j o b . T h e reports
thousands
of
figures
to
like o v e r t i m e
keeper.
for
In t h e office o f t o - m o r r o w you w i l l
fifty clerks. "Certainly n o t , " answers
find " electrical fingers" d o i n g m o r e
electricity, as a b u t t o n
w o r k than even to-day.
analyze. L o o k s
44 N o . Pearl
out
price list to
hour.
add quantities and a m o u n t s in
c u s t o m e r s in t o - n i g h t ' s mail, w i t h o u t
are in;
DANKER
starts
the
210-62DH
•SAY IT WITH FLOWERS"
i) ami 42 Maiden Lane
has completely revolutionized many ollice
Albany, N. V.
GENERAL ELECTRIC
U !• N !• K A L
B L |i C T 11 I C
C O M P A N Y .
8 C H B N li C T A D V ,
NEW
YORK
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, NOVEMBER 4, 1927
DOES SUNDAY SCHOOL
ATTRACT THE COEDS
WHO COME TO STATE?
COLLECTED
SCHOOL REPLIES
HOW CAN CAFETERIA INDIAN
WHO GIVES GOWNS, $163,000
FOR RESIDENCE HALL
TO Y.W.C.A. DONATION
GAPS TO MYSKANIA? HASTENS DORMITORY
BE IMPROVED?
During the summer a letter came to
Stale College for Miss Dorothy Watts
The Residence Hall Building commitand was forwarded to her home at SilSome Desire A Greater Variety ver Bay. Although this letter, c a r r y i n g Ruth Lane's Apparel Was First tee met August 30 to consider ways and
n stamp with the picture of a crowned
means to continue the work on Residence
Worn By Katherine Ball
In The Line Of Desserts
king above which was printed "Three
Hall.
The committee consisting of
In 1921
And Meats
Annas" and below "Indian Postage," had
Professor John M. Saylcs, chairman,
already
traveled
a
long
way
it
had
to
T h a t the service given by the cafe" W h e r e do the m e m b e r s of M y s - Mrs. Euretla B, Arnold, John T. D.
teria, although generally .satisfactory make another journey to reach Miss kania get their caps and g o w n s ? " is a Blackburn, Erastus Corning and Dean
could be improved in several instances, Walls who was at Camp Vonkers on question often asked by freshmen Anna E. Pierce, discussed several quesis the opinion of the majority of State Upper Twin Lake in Central Valley.
when they find that the m e m b e r s of tions. The most important problem was
In the spring of this year, the V. W.
College s t u d e n t s . T h e majority agree
Myskania are the only seniors wdio that of finance, and bow to get a dormithat its prices are unusually reasonable, C. A. cabinet voted lo scud a donation of
aps and g o w n s to assembly for tory before the end of 10,33. How big
fifty dollars to the Maharani School at
a l t h o u g h the vole for a live-cent sandDarjeeling, North Bengal, India. The
\
weeks. T h i s question is mi- llie building should be, and the approxwich is almost unanimous. T h e sand- donation was given through the influ! by one of the traditions of imate number of students who would live
wich given out is not worth seven ence of Miss Walls, who had been very s,-,
there were two other problems discussed.
cents, it is declared. Several students favorably impressed with the Maharani Myskania.
For several years it has been the
think that the price should vary ac- school by Miss tarola Ghosc, an Indian
The total amount received to date is
girl who graduated from the school and custom of Myskania to hand her caps 1103,500.80. On subscription #156,603.51
cording
to
the
content
of
the
sandMethodists and Presbyterians seem to
just received her ALA. from Wellsley.
has
been paid, and $0,897.29 is the interwich.
predominate in this census, perhaps beShe is now studying al Columbia uni- and g o w n s down to her s u c c e s s o r s . est on the saving accounts.
This last statement refers also to
We find many caps and g o w n s now
cause other denominations find their the salads, which are unanimously versity.
T h e Residence Hall drive s t a r t e d in
The secretary, Mr. Janaki Majumdar worn by the m e m b e r s of Myskania February,
needs satisfied in such Campus organiza- voted too high, and which many
1022, and the amount
says in his letter: "Our school started in telling us long stories.
pledged is $205,813.50. T h e r e is still
tions as Canterbury, Newman and Lu- would like to have priced according
IW)8 in a vet") small way with half a
to
their
combinations.
Some
desire
a
The cap and gown now worn by due $150,210.08. In 1033, the present
theran clubs.
If Miss "Slate" is a
greater variety in the meals and dozen children in one room and by the
senior class will have finished their
Presbyterian and seeks student fellow- deserts. A minority agree that a set year I'M,! our number had increased lo Florence Poller was also worn by
payments.
Georgiana
Marr, '27.
ship in Sunday school she has quite a price is wise for all things, as is the such an extent that we bad to hire a
"This is the lasl class that has pledged
house which we were enabled lo do by
Kulli Moore's cap and gown dales but it is Imped that the other classes
range of choice. If her abode is around case, lo avoid confusion.
the kindness of llie Mabaranis of Cucli
hack
lo
1025
when
it
was
worn
by
Several suggestions have been made llehar,
will do likewise," Miss Mable Tahnadge
the "Pine Mills" section, she perhaps
lliiidw.m and Mourbhunge—
joins the "Good Fellowship Class", which for i m p r o v i n g the general system used hence llie name Maharani School. Our Gertrude Olds, '2'?. Il was also used said today. The money that has already
in the cafeteria. Some think the plan,
come
in has been put in eleven banks,
by
l.orena
Sbafer,
'26;
Ruth
McNutt,
I,ris have swelled lo about 150 ^irls
meets at 10:00 o'clock, Sunday morning, tried here once, but not successful, u
three ,,f which are in Schenectady.
at the Madison avenue church, near should lie tried again.
T h o s e who and small boys ami nine members of '27, and Hilda Sarr, '17.
'I'he
original purchase for a Residence
ilalT so die premises are lolally inadeRuth Lane's cap a n d gown began Hall site consisted of seven and oneQuail. Or she may prefer a later hour, have 12:15 classes, eat al 11:15; those liiale lo meet our needs. We are hoping
who
do
not
have
classes
linn
I
.10,
its
history
with
K.
Ball,
'21.
Until
half
acres
bordering on Partridge, Slate
and chouses the College class which
with help from llie Government of Beuwait until 12:15 ur 12:5(1 lo eat.
it reached Miss Lane it was used by
I to raise a lakh of Rupees and acquire A. Underwood, '2.1; I'.dna Shafer, '24; and Ontario streets. This purchase was
meets at noun at the little brick church
T h e suggestion
was made
thai
.nine land on which |i: erect a suitable Marie Burgiu, '25; a n d Marjorie Bel- ifmade in November 1024 at a cost of
just opposite from Albany high s c h o o l - sandwiches be sold only on the out
$20,000.
In 1025, {he present V. W.
building.
side of I he cafeteria, as many buy only
lows. '20.
Park United Presbyterian.
V House al 210 ( Intario street was
"( Uirs lias been up to this year the
ibis
o
n
e
thing
within,
a
n
d
thus
in
acquired
for
§14,500. " T h e V. W. C. A.
Frances
Stilsen,
'22,
was
llie
first
Or perhaps she finds a larger church
the hurried
labor of the only Hill school for Indian girls, and one to wear llie gown now worn by ILiise is paving l::r it:-;-. If md within
more to her liking, and wends her way crease
nlir pupils have the advantage of die
cashier.
leu
years
will
be paid for," said Miss
It was also worn
to big old Westminister Presbyterian,
line mountain air at an altitude of 7,500 Beatrice W r i g h t .
'I he rule, that no one break line in
bv
Delia
lladswell,
'25; Mildred Tahnadge. Three more lots have been
where she is welcomed at a "Bible class
feel and a wonderful clmiale.
purchased, two in lulv 1020 al So.000 ami
and discussion group" for college m e n - passing along the counter, is approved
"We educate children of all religions, Brown, '24; and bVanrcs lladswell, '27. one in July 1027 at' $2,000. Thus the
The caps and gowns of llie other
one place the men are invited I—-and by most of the students. By the same anil uiir pupils include Hindus, Mohamtotal cost of Residence Hall site, up to
women, led by Mr. Ralph E. Rogers, method they believe that the confusion medans, Buddists and Christians. In members of Mvskania a r e new.
dale, is $43,100.
attorney and lecturer at the Albanv Law a r o u n d the cashier's desk would be (be lower forms especially many of the
greatly lessened.
is being
Residence
Hall building
school. (12:00-12:45 p. m.)
.'luldreii are very poor and we give them
planned so that the most possible light
The Methodist girl fares equally well,
i practically free education, the necescan
be
had.
'I'he
plan
is
fur
a main
for she meets fellow students nearly
sary funds being obtained partly from
building with four or live wings, each
llie Government aid and partly from
everywhere.
Again the "Pine Hills"
with
windows
on
both
sides.
This
build
private .subscription. The children are
resident finds a neighborhood church—the
ing could accommodate live or six bun
laiighl from the Kindergarten standard
"Pine Hills M. E."—Calvary Methodist,
dred people.
up lo ihe standard of the Matriculation
and a truly college class, with Dean W.
"Tennis courts and means lor out door
Biography and science do not seem
examination of die Calcutta University
H. Metzler, College dean, as teacher.
of all kinds are being
recreation
to
appeal
to
Slate
College
s
t
u
d
e
n
t
s
as
in
which
our
girls
have
always
been
Or perhaps she chooses St. Luke's M. E.,
By W I L L I A M M. P U I - M I I
planned,"
declared
Miss
Tahnadge.
outside reading, according to Miss
where a class led by Katherinc I lam
The only collegiate flivver owned ami
ml
sue
Helen T. Fav, m a n a g e r of the Col- "Residence Hall is seven minutes walk
mersley, '28, meets at the same hour operated by Slate College co-eds. Per"( lur curriculum
includes
English
lege Co-op. Miss Fay said, however, from College and when completed llie
(12:00 no. in). Or does she prefer a haps the only one in the Capitol I lislrict. Vernacular, Knglish Grammar, Literathat llie .students show a wide rang, board ami room will be the average price
larger group, perhaps? Then she meets .Another proof of the equality of sexes, ture, and Composition, Sanskrit, Mathe- ol reading interests, as is evidenced bv that most students are paying now."
matics, llisloiy. Geography, Moral Ina welcome at "Dr. Hacker's" College and of student democracy.
Ihe scope of the books most often
Nature
Sludv,
Drawing,
class in the big chinch school of Trinity
Three venturesome maidens have pur- struction,
taken from llie rental shelves.
M. E., which meets al noon in a class chased and are learning to operate a Needlework, Hygiene, l o o k i n g . Music,
" S o n e l l and S o n " bv Deeping is
room all their own, decorated the home machine similar lo those Ion;; sported by Drilling and Girl Guide wank.
Will I hi
"The ages of llie girls range from the most popular novel.
llie male college element. Caroline Mae
town banners of the various girls,
rant's
"Story
of
Philosphy"
still
Baptists and Lutherans seem to be Kotrha, Cynthia Brooks, both sopho- three or four up I,, sixteen and the claims a e,ond share of the s t u d e n t s '
State's next most numerous representa- mores, and Marjorie Jones, a junior, are b,,\s up lo ten years. The lower classes attention.
"Death
t
o
m
e
s
for
the
tives among the Sunday schools. Miss the three in,,demist co-eds to introduce arc much larger in number than the A r c h b i s h o p " bv Willa f a t h e r s and
higher because so many of the girls
Alice T. Hill, College instructor in llie latest fashion here.
"Lord
of
Himself"
by
Percy
Mark"No more worry about gelling to leave school |o be married al the age of are often requested.
Spanish and I'rench, teaches the College
class at the Memorial Baptist Sunday classes on time," one boasted "No, not eleven or twelve years."
Non-fiction is n-ad more llian lie
unless
we gel a 'Hat,' " the others joined
school (another "Pine H i l l - . " c h u r c h ! )
8 4 5 Madison A v e .
lion.
Bruce Barton's books. " T h e
which meets al 10:110 o'clock, ami another in. "Il looks like a '21, doesn't it?",
Man NOIHKL K n o w s " and " I ' h e Hook
College class of Baptisl girls meets a I . M i - - Kotrha asked
Nobo.h
K
n
o
w
s
"
are
in
demand,
as
is
noon at Emmanuel Baptist, the hie, g r a y '
Ihil while waitiui for the reluctant
also il,,- anoiiMiioiis I |, ,,| political DRUGS And PHARMACEUTIC
Gothic church mi State street,
"hirst reph lo I,, what is really does look like, I
stories about Ihe I • n, ; I i -11 Parliament,
-he
explained,
"It's
really
a
'22,
lliouuib."
Lutheran," farther downtown, boasts llie
" W h i s p e r i n e Gallery."
Telephone W e s t 3 4 6 2 - 3 4 6 3
Xor are llie Co e l s behind the males!
Lutheran College girls class, meeting al
in
the
art
of
wholesale
exterior
decora
I
9:45 o'clock. Kihcl Orfall, '-'X, is presi
i l i d I i m e r , . m e o l llie
sports
lion The principal ador
cnl so far is
dent.
'be Si
Sunday afternoon and evening also a large slogan, "I do m,| choose lo run I
told about
in
1'I2H."
(libers
will
be
added
la'
finds State ujib, met ting in Christian
s t a i r Col
lelll'b, l
fellowship. In lb,- "College Bible t la-s" when llie invciili\c genius urges, I
260 LARK STREET
(UPSTAIRS)
which meets at 5:15 Sunda\ afternoons
V t.lltlc Shop While Are Found (afis loom Many l.nndi
HITS.
\ llollll of blue smoke
at 281 Slate street (Alhanj Bible school)
Thin«s Hciiullful Intercut inn And Useful.
I
n
u
m
b
e
r
,
(
Hie
..I
Ih
aid
it-iil l l i \ ver, a honk of
Specials On I'osUiirils
denoininatii
I lines are laid aside, and
I ' l o l V s s , , , ' | ) Md I I lit. Il
j I,,,- i l . • 8:10 special.
Miss Presbyterian, Miss Lutheran ami
he I, II- " w ,
Ih I n - bound
all the rest gather for an hour of study
aftci
luiuni.
n i l well for
85 I ' K E S H M E N S T U D Y L A T I N
and discussion of problems in the light
bill I h e
ired out a n d
of Bible truths, followed In lunch and a
There are 85, or 2«7< of llie fresh
i o n i c , he had
be I ' r o l
"sing" and "In,me v lime" around the men taking Latin A and Latin 1 accord
.rin. his d o g
331 C E N T R A L A V E N U E
lire.
ing to Miss Marion Che.seborough, ina couple o l
Other young people's groups meet later structor in Latin.
Choice Ma,Is,
I'oulln/
,1 Allen I i
m die afternoon
Kpworth Leagues at
(iml
Vcacluhlc*
School
(h;h
Trinity, Calvary, and Si. Luke's (6:30
p. in.) draw many of Stale's Mclhodish
Where does the college girl spend her
Sundays?
Skeptical folk who prate
about the frivolity of the modern "co-ed"
might be surprised at the result of such
an inquiry among State College youth.
F o r not only does she go to church on
Sunday even to Sunday school and
"Young People's" services! Witness the
existence of no less than nine College
Girls' classes in as many different Sunday schools of the city, made up solely
of "State" girls, as well as various and
sundry Epworth Leagues, Christian Endeavor societies, etc., receiving support
from this same college youth.
"COLLEGE STUDENTS
SHUN BIOGRAPHY AND
SCIENCE BOOKS"-FAY
HONK! HONK! HERE'S
THE FLIVVER OWNED
BY COLLEGE CO-EDS
ifflayft 3tf. (ft r a w s
DOCTOR HUTCHINSON
CARRIES HOME HIS
TIRED HUNTING DOG
MAY A. BROWN
Klein Market
The
Voiine,
People's
society
of
fiisl
Presbyterian welc es college students
at a "Home lime" al 0:15 o'clock, and
both Memorial Baptist and Park P. p.
have Christian Endeavor Societies meet
ing at u:.ltl ami supported hj representatives from State,
Hewett's
A RELIABLE
PA IKONI/I: i m :
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We Clean and Dye all kinds of Ladies' and IVien's
Wearing Apparel
811A MADISON AVENUE
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tic... I). Jeoncy
West 7611
I-or
Girls and Misses
PLACE
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RELIABLE
Coats
Smart
Hats - Dresses
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(lym I ogs - Too
AND
WOOLENS
Elllt
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198 Central Avenue- at Robin
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b r a n c h of the Boulevard Restaurant
108-1 10 State Street
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, NOVEMBER 4, 1927
MAY CONDUCT
QUARTET TO PERFORM DR. P. GAEHR LEADS
DR. A . BEIK ATTENDS
SORORITIES HAVE CLASS
MOCK MURDER TRIAL DEDICATION EVENTS
NOVEMBER 9 AT HALL
AT
OHIO
INSTITUTION
DISCUSSION GROUPS
HALLOWE'EN DANCE
T h e Music Association w i l l present
Committees for the m o c k trial eont h e H o n z a l e y q u a r t e t at C h a n c e l l o r ' s
ilueted by the m e m b e r s of g o v c r n I [.ill o n N o v e m b e r 9,
i i i c n i 2 class l i n v c n o t y c l been a p Dr, A
K. I'eik r e c e n t l y r e t u r n e d
The W o m e n ' s Chorus concert will
|iniiiii'(l, according i n •announcement
M e m b e r s Of State Faculty Are di I ' m . e s s o r D a v i d H u t c h i n s o n , p r o - f r o m S p r i n g f i e l d ) O h i o , w h e r e he a t - l a k e place J a n u a r y 11. R o b e r t K l w y n , Miss Gooding, Emily Williams
Return From Y.W.C.A.
f e s s o r o f n o v c i ' i i m e n t , A It l i o n jj,h p l a n s l e u d e d t h e d e d i c a t i o n e x e r c i s e s o f t h e t e n o r , w i l l be t h e a s s i s t i n g a r t i s t o n
The Chaperones For All
a r c i m i c o m p l e t e , h o w e v e r , il lias been n e w
building
lor
psychology
a n d that e v e n i n g .
Convention
Sororities
< i u b ' e b r u n r y 19, t h e M u s i c A s s o c i a - i i ; M c N e i l l l i a l a m u r d e r t r i a l w o u l d c h e m i s t r y al W i t l c n l i u r e c o l l e g e . T h e
tion w i l l present Percy G r a i n g e r , w e l l I i i i i i i i - . l i an i n l e t e - d i i i e s i l b j e c l f u r t l i i s
S
T
U
D
E
N
T
S DISCUSS AIMS
m e e t i n g s of t h e v a r i o u s g r o u p s l a s t e d k n o w n p i a n i s t .
M r . G r a i n g e r gave a
S Y D D U M
INITIATES
F R O S H j y e a r ' s class l o t r y .
ttr d a y s ; a n d p a p e r s , b y
varioii
p e r f o r m a n c e in A l b a n y t w o years ago
si
year a s c i i s a l i o n a l
"divorce
was
e n t h u s i a s t i c a l l y ' r e c e i v e d 11 Colleges Are Re p r e s e n t e d
. m l ' ' wa
t r i e d in \\ h i c l i M i s s A n n e I ' u r o p c a u p s y c h o l o g i s t s w h o w e r e not i n u |
T h e Phi Delta Theta
Orchestra
hie t o be p r e s e n t , w e r e r e a d
There w i l l he a s p e c i a l r a t e f o r t i c k e t s
At Elmira Conference
IhiltiiMl.
'_',S. and
Clarence
Nephew
Among
the
prominent
A m e r i c a n for the three c o n c e r t s .
P l a y s For Psi G a m m a
Stale
Col
l e a n e d as p l a i n t i f f a n d d e f e n d a n t , re
This Year
p s y c h o l o g i s t s w h o w e r e p r e s e n t , w e r e lege s t u d e n t s w i l l be a d m i t t e d t o t h e
House Dance
\ \ a l t e r M ( 'an l i o n , p r o f e s s o r o f psv- c o n c e r t s o n t h e i r s t u d e n t t a x t i c k e t .
M i s s bandy E. W i l l i a m s , '28, and M i s s
11 if lit I . i n t e r e s t in.ij a n d i n s t r u c t i v e one.
clii.'oev
al
Harvard;
Dr.
William
If t h e t h r e e c o n c e r t s are a t t e n d e d A l i c e A . G o o d i n g , i n s t r u c t o r in b i o l o g y ,
Seven campus s o r o r i t i e s held l l i e i r t a l l \ r \ id I h n k e , '2«, a c t e d as t h e a l t o r M a , I t o i i e e l l , p r o f e s s o r o f p s y c h o l o g y w e l l a n d a l a r g e n u m b e r of t i c k e t s
represented V . VV. C. A . at the studentue\
for
the
plainlill'.
The
trial
house dance, h'riday evening;.
al H t t k e u n i v e r s i t y ; M a r g a r e t
W a s h are s o l d , e f f o r t s w i l l be m a d e l o s e c u r e
f a c u h y c o n f e r e n c e in E l m i r a this week.•Housed
ell i n l e i e s l a n d il is h o p e d b u r n o f V a s s a r c o l l e g e ; a n d W . B.
T h e h'.la P h i house was decorated w i t h
HI
t
h
e
s
p
r
i
n
g
a
M
e
t
r
o
p
o
l
i
t
a
n
a
r
t
i
s
t
,
end.
T h e conference was held in the
l l i a l t h i s w a r ' s case w i l l be as w e l l I ' i l l s b u r y , p r o f e s s o r o f p s y c h o l o g y a l
s u c h as L n c r e x i a l i o r i o r M a r t i n e l l i , new d o r m i t o r y o f R i m i n i college.
y e l l o w e n pe paper a m i a u t u m n leaves
,ai,In teil.
I h e I ' u i \ e i - . i i \ o f M i c h i g a n . The m o s t a c c o r d i n g t o V i o l e t P i e r c e , '2H, presiD r . Paul Gaelic, head o f the physics
f o r its I
se dance h'riday. T h e a l u m n a e
I l is p r o b a b l e l l i a l t h e s h c r i l T , t h e p r o m i n e n t A m e r i c a n p s y c h o l o g i s t w h o
dent of t h e A s s o c i a t i o n ,
d e p a r t m e n t a l W e l l s college lead an i n present \vi r e : Neva S t o d d a r d and I leleli ch r k , the d e p u t y c l e r k a n d t h e t u n was p r e s e n t was D r . l a m e s M e K e e n
teresting disciissi
f i h , . connection o f
l a u v e . s as w e l l as t h e c o m m i t t e e in r a i l e d , w h o
g
a
v
e
I
h
e
i
n
a
u
g
u
r
a
t
i
o
n
I lean, '27.
I ' n i f e s M . r M i l t o n ( i . Nelson,
education and r e l i g i o u s t r a i n i n g in c o l chare.e o l I h e t r i a l « ill be a p p o i n t e d
assistant
professor
ol
education, and in Hie near f u t u r e .
leges.
Discussions i,f |he aims o f the
I h e n l i r s l d u t i e s a d d l e s.
W h i l e in O h i o . D r . I'.cik had t h e
\ oung W o m e n ' s C h r i s t i a n
Association
M I's, XiJ-.i HI were chaperons.
ippot l i m i t v of \ i s i l i n g t h e new l a l m
and methods o f shai big new ideas and
I'si ( l a m i n a s o r o r i h
In Id it - f a l l
: a i i . i \ at i H i i o S t a l e n i l t\ e r s i l v.
experiences w i t h other student federaI
se d a n c e I T u h n .
I'
I Mrs |
tions f o r m e d ihe basis for several i n < aiupus c o m m i s s i o n w i l l i n a u g u r a t e a i l r u c l i v e rntii d table t a l k . .
K'oberl
V
h'aii-t a n d
I 'i
i .in.line
clean up week in both assemblies loday.
T h i s is ihe first l i m e Ibis year l l i a l
( roa . d a l e , C o l l e g e p l n M i i a n , u . i ' r l l i e l
i-. c o n t i nl i un i n g Us
i l s ddr m
ive
l ' . , , , l , , . \ c l ui i bh is
\ mi i n h i r o f Ihe commission w i l l e x V. W . C A , has sent delegates to s l u D
u e s . imu a \ he pal
paid
loi II
t c nni hb ec ir s-..
I hie
plain the various duties o f the c o i n m i s .'•"•: o i n l e r c u c c s .
P l a n , are being made
M u ie u'.i . f u r n i s h e d
In
tin
I'ln l o Al.
h'.dua W u
o l lf V
e , 'JN.
'JN
n h•oo -s.,. '_"!,
'.-"'. h'alna
to send represent
I lella
I'ln la n . i h r n i h
o n he n . i
m M , l l i e l l;,
ling.
,;,,.,.,.,.
\ . S . P a i n t e r , professor o f
Class m a r s h a l l s w i l l he announced. A I " s . '„','' 'hi'u ' ' d i e s ! ' T ' J "
., V".nl
'fm
• ••!«• I ' l o r e n c e ( ,
t IIKIII
coll, llaniel
I'.iil.lim I
'.ill. a n d I
»> ' " " • ' « - • '-'"•. . .. „ .
iphilosopln, will c
luc, a series of live represenlalive o f die C o m m u n i t y < 'best I , , ' .'. ' I
,
, ,|
a ,
,'T
' m
I are u r , e d l o j o , , , ,
M i s s ,, , . , „ , , „ . „ | | ; m „
| | | , , , . | < r , l i b r a r y d r i v e w i l l give a short talk in both i ' M ' ,
"'
' " " " , l m " ' " Mil..1 .I,. .. I., ..
i
• _•
ti
\ - o v. e m
. . .b
i e r II Ii .
'.
iiiimi
i.diisu),
^',
N
r e , I l e l e n M i m e , ' '>, o l l l l e l e
•lit. s.-nd
D i e c i u i l e r e n c e last w e e k e n d included
Medn
I
inillee.
and
l\',. d \ u
lelcgales
f
r
o
m
several o i l i e r i n s l i l t i l i o i i s .
n i c e loi
I h. 111111.11 ], ' IH, u | | In i in
I'bey i n c l u d e d : C o r n e l l u n i v e r s i t y , k'ciika
chape
•
I college, U n i v e r s i t y of HulTalo. l i h m ' r a
I In. i I
• ii.nlii.il,a t t e n d e d ihe
I college, K'ochesler u n i v e r s i t y , Skid'
-,•
dance.
I he-, were H i l d a S a n , • o r o r
college, k'ussell Sage college, H i i c k n e l l
i l \ p,e i d e n l l.i I -., .ii : I It, Ima I , m
R V. S
I I I I I V I i s i l v , W e l l s college, Syracuse i i n i p i e ,,u:\ I I , lell I I Hi |!, w i n n i n g a t r i a l r u n of Ihree and ,
W i l l i a r e c o r d f o r the past
three
I lie S l a l e ( o l l e g e s w i m m i n g t e a m versilv and A l f r e d u n i v e r s i t y .
( i a i i i m a Kappa I'ln liel.l ils annual
ue I h i r d m i l e s , l o h u K i n s e l l a , '2S, be
\ e a r s ol l u e i i l v l i v e g a m e s w o n a n d w h i c h was reorganized last year t h m u g h
f a l l house dance 1'iid.n r y e n i n e a' the
.one c a p t a i n til i h e S t a l e C o l l e g e ele\ ell l o s l . t h e P u r p l e a n d G o l d i|liins o n , t i p , house.
Miss I 1,-,/el h'oul.-v, in
t h e e f f o r t s o f A r v i d I'.urke, "2K, w i l l
n , - s , - <, 111111 \ r i i u n i n g - a | i i a d .
let is f a c i n g a f a i r h s t i f f s c h e d u l e t h i s
s t r u c t , , r in iilnsi,--,, M n
M i l l , Leek, in
engage
in
intercollegiate
K i n s e l l a a l l o w e d o n e o f l l l e o l h e r j > ear.
M'lcr l o o k i n g o v e r
schedules probablv
s l r u c t i . r in l-'ieneli. and Miss Jane A u a r .
- I l i e ' I'm the la -l .even year-, w e m l i s l sa\ c o i u p e l i l i o n t h i s w i n t e r , C o a c h K'utb
house i n , . i l l , i , v , , r , chaperones,
A ' . n n t n u n l o set t h e pace l o r al
I,Highest
d
u
r
i
n
g
lho.se
that
it
is
i
h
e
<"
erford liaker said today. Albany Col . ''.'" i,ll ' Ml . : V K' "rubaelicr's mw
l l i i . h couple- allend.-d
l - , , i i , - l \ \ this' a n d o n e h a l l m i l e s o l I h e c o u r s e .
cears.
I ail t h e n u c h a v e a g
I team
b o o k , " T e a c h i n g P r o f e s s i o n a n d Pracl h , . la -I s w i n g a r o u n d l l l e \ \ a - h u i g t o t
l i r s l orchestra l u i ni- lied
-i,
hoc of Pharuiacy which, like Slate, is tice," is now in the (',, o p „ Miss M e l t
w h u h i - e s p e , led l o al Icasl a p p r o a c h
lake
ihe
new
Slate
raptaii
I'ln
Helta held i l . limine dan,a
in p a r k
u n d e r g o i n g an a t h l e t i c rev i v a l , has o r
T. K a y , m a n a g e r , a n n o u n c e d t o d a y .
honor o l h'oliuder's H a \ .
I lie house was I, n e . t l i r n e d b i s shade a n d p u l l e d u|
team,
to
be
„\
o n e lo's-.
\ \ h e n Ihe m e n led I n g a n i , ed a svv i i n u i i n g
decorated w i t h nrail.ee and h l . u k and f r o n t t h i r d place l o l i r s l , l e a d i n g I n Al
The
PharI a p l a i n k i i i ' . a n--ki. '2' 1 , l a k e I h e l l o o i t a u g h t I n C o a c h l i a k e r .
auliunn hsnes.
Mu-ic
was
f u r n i s h e d Hill v a i d s
lot- i h e fii—l l i m e I b i s vear l h e \
\ , i l l in.icv n a t a l o r s h a v e been i r a i n i n g f o r
S e w n m e n w i l l r u n a g a i n s i t h e St
In the K i l l , I,in! , , r c h e - l r a o l Sell, t i e d
lie
defendiii.e
a
record
of
eleven about
I luce weeks and
Wednesday
We Ti'Uymph Flowers to nil I'arh
the o „ h
a l u n n i a p r e . e n l w a s M ar'ie I S " ' l ' l n ' i i >
barrier.s
louiorrou
in
tin
stiaight wins.
S t a l e h a - u ' l losl an t In .v r a n o i l ' a n i n l e r l ' r a t e r r : ' v svv i m
f
Oftlie World
J ' o u n s e n d , '11
Miss Mice (.. M i l l and " ' M c r o s s c u n l i v
run Slate ha- e „
out ,,| low n g a m e s i n c e b c b . l.i, l')2(i. m i i i g meet at P a t h . i . S e v e r a l fairlv
, l
M i s . f l o r a Davis u n a c h a p e r o n , .
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"
k l v n P o l \ li c h n i c
institute
e a l b l e l e w h o e a r n e d a N ' a r s i l v S n li.-ii I'.
I )i ha ( ) I I I , . . M al ., held ils
I'm n
I, It,-,
km
spring
in b a s e b a l l
was d o w n e d Ihe S l a l e (|liiul ' ill I ' . i o o k h n . I'harinaev
scpiad a p p e a r s t o be in
house
dance
I'nd.o
.•uaiiiig.
The
Joseph
llerncy.
'2'), e n t e r e d
ihe g o o d shape.
o m i t t e d f r o m I lie l i - l o l m e n t o re
The- S l a l e I ' o l l e g e s w i m
a l u m n a e pre-enl
wire
Alice
Spenser.
finals ni t h e m e n ' s t e n n i s l o u r n a u i c n l una s are u n d e r i l i e m a n a g e m e n t
, <-,\ e l e t t e r s al llle m e n ' s a n n u a l d i n
of
'_'(, and b'stber M i l n , -., '27.
The mem
ItOWRK «H0»
dcfcalillc
Wallace
SlreVell,
'2'), ( , o n i o n I'. S t e v e n - a m , '2C " I h o p e l o
i n i m i N o v e m b e r 17.
I.en M i a n . '.ill. I n
hers ,,i III, s,,ia>rit\ had supper tngellu-i
w i n , a h e i n a l e d b e t w e e n I h e p i l c h i i i e ii 2, n I. al k ' l i h . a l i e l d P a r k T l i e s d a v , s i g n I'hni ni.arv up f o r a meet j . l s l be
at Ihe lions, before the dance.
l l e r m n w i l l meet I v a n d o l p h l o r e T h a n k s g i v i n g v a c a t i o n , " lie said
-l.i IF and - e c o m l b a - e , w i l l receive a Now. I
The
alumnae
prc-enl
al
the
P-i
letter.
These c i N h
l e l l e l - w i l l be S p r a ' ue. '.">. w h o e i i l e r e i l l l l e f i n a l s
( o.mb l i a k e r w i l l he the i n s t r u c t o r
I,.
,., house dance u e r e : I lelen l i o n s
In.
d
e
f
e
a
t
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n
g I a V e r n e I a i r , '2'k
T h e oi the w i n n i n g learn n o m a t t e r vv I n c h
a w . o i l e d In
Dr. ( a i l t o n
I''.. P o w e r ,
and I I.'Ida N a r r . '21.
Mi
and
Mr..
f i n a l s w i l l be p l a v e d l o i n o r r o w . N o v , I,•am , a n u-s o f f i h e h o n o r s vv b e n t h e
P h o n e M a i n 3775
K'l.h, it l-au I were chaperons. 'I he I'.lii,
'Ihe
M t h o U g b I I is
he season f o r 5, o n the K ' i d g e l i e h l P a i k c o u r t s .
I,ml ma In I l.i ,.| Scheli, el.aih f u n i i - h e d
has, ball p u dii l i o n . w , w o u l d l i k e l o
the
sic.
llle
ptaiphecv
t h a i Ihe P u r p l e a n d H o l d a s i l v e i ' I , n i n e c u p ' a w a r d e d I n
M u n i n a e w h o alletided Ihe Pi
\l|>ha
I l e r i u n i - cap
inn,
w i l l he l h , h e - I d i a l
,1 s q u a d m e n ' s a t h h lie c o u n c i l .
I a n hulls, dance w, la
I ' l h e l P e c k . '_*•..
tain oi Ibis v e i l ' - l e i o m -i|iiad and
and I illiail
I lis, h u - . '..'••.
Pal i a me -a •
w a - a l s o l e a d e r ol i h i
lenilis lean,
wars
i i,,h ,,,,, i , i i l . , , ' w i l l be m i s s
w e r e M r . and M r s . I mils
M.nii-,hu
w i n , b | , l a v e d a ,i .'• In w i l h Ihe Si
ami Mis-, h'uiiice P e l l l l e , iu-l l l i e l . ,1 ill
S t e p h e n - n o i p i e l c e r - la I • pi i n g
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wa-. n u n , I.e.! In l u u i e D u l a l i ' - o n be-.
BIOLOGY CLUB WAGES
DRIVE FOR MEMBERS PAINTER WILL DELIVER
LECTURE Al LIBRARY
CAMPUS COMMISSION
TO START CLEAN-UP
WEEK THIS MORNING
SPRAYS FROM THE SPORT SHOWER
DR. BRUBACHER'SBOOK
NOW SELLING IN CO-OP
' 'Dependable
Flowers''
I
STEUBEN STREET
Corner J a m e s
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EYEGLASSES
COTRELL & LEONARD
OPTOMETRIST
Albany, N. Y.
CAPS
P e a r l St.
AMERICAN
HOODS
Albany. N.Y-
AND
CHINESE
Dancing 10:30 till I A. M„ Except Sunday
44 State St.
THE
COLLEGE
PHARMACY
Prescriptions Our Business
telephones West 1959 and 3951
Prompt attention given
OPTICIAN
Open 11 until 2 A. M.
FOR ALL DI'X.RI.Ko
to phone and mail orders. D e l i v e r y every w h e r e
Cor. Western and N. Lake Aves.
Albany, N. Y.
Phone Main 7187
L E A R N TO E A R N a n d E A R N TO S A V E .
Let that be y o u r m o t t o t h r o u g h life and y o u
will not w a n t w h e n the t i m e comes for you to
cease Learning and Earning.
INTCKKST
I h e propel expression of any art
demands cxperllietiN, i-speehllly
Hair Mobbing, vvhich explains w h y m o r e and m o r e w o m e n
Permanent Waving P A L L A D I N O
7 Master Barlx
12 I i , a i i l i e i a m .
A TASTY LUNCH?
N.
(Oriental and (Occidental I t e s t a n c a n t
(;OWNS
come
in
lo
Finger Waving
PERSONALITY BOBS"
I an i i •
i m
v .
uid
,
50
Phone Main 6280
I'll Mo. Pearl St.
Opp Clinton Square
('ompoiiiiilril
(jiiurloils.
m i t h e lir.-l d a y s of
Jnniiiiiy,
( ITY
SAVIN(JS
Kin S T A T I : s i ' i , ' i ; i : r
MANIv
ALIIANV, N. Y.
IKY MK.S HKK.US'
MISSES HENDRIE AND CAMPBELL
L. A. BOOKHEIMS
Camp High
School Lunch
4>S North Pearl St reel
RELIABLE MEATS AND
FRESH KILLED POU! TRY
Albany New Yoik
7 No. Lake Avenue
IIOMF. M A D k
S A N D W K I IKS
.SPECIALTY
(ANDY. SOIT DRINKS AND
CHOlCli CONFECTIONERY
April,
J11I3 a n i l ( ( H o l i e r .
A
W e arc now showing the latest Styles in Autumn Millinery
at moderate prices.
Special . Ittentum <Jircn hi
S'iriirihi
and l^ralernihj
lloust s
Puone West 1887
84fl Madison A v e n u e
Cor. O n t a r i o S t r e e t
STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
NOVEMBERS,
1927
CALENDAR
OPEN CAMP COGSWELL
PROFESSOR WALKER RISLEY WILL REFEREEBRUBACHER SPEAKS
Today
8:30 p. in.—Milne High
AGAIN WIS WEEKEND ADDRESSES Y.W.C.A. AT WEST POINT NOV. S HERE TOMORROW TO Reception,
gymnasium,
C a m p Cogswell will again be opened
Si00-il:.10 p. ni.—Kappa
CAFETERIA LUNCHEONDr. Adlia W. Rislcy, head of the
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
k h o bouse dance, W o m e n ' s
this week-end.
All w o m e n students
are invited to conic either Friday night
o r S a t u r d a y 'morning, Dr. Caroline
Croasdale, College physician said.
Buses leave I he Plaza every hour
for E a s t Grccnbusli, where t h e c a m p
is situated.
" T h e complete cost of the trip inc l u d i n g meals will he about one dollar
a n d a quarter," a c c o r d i n g to A n n e
Moore, '.10, c h a i r m a n of a r r a n g e m e n t s .
O t h e r m e m b e r s of the c o m m i t t e e
for a r r a n g e m e n t s arc Louise Msitliewson, '29, and Esther Luystcr, '28.
Miss J. Jsabclle J o h n s o n , instructor
in physical education, will be tin?
chaperoiie for the party.
hislory d e p a r t m e n t , will be referee at
the grid clash between A r m y and
Franklin
.and
Marshall
tomorrow
afternoon at W'esl Point. H e is one
of the most popular football officials
in the east anil has been an official
al some of the biggest games this fall.
Professor Adam A. Walker, bead of
the economics department, spoke to
the College V. VV. C. A. W e d n e s d a y .
T h e m e e t i n g followed a dinner for
the cabinet, committees, and advisory
board in the College cafeteria.
Elizabeth I'ulver, '29, had charge of the
dinner. Forty students were present.
C o m m i t t e e chairmen who reported the
work of the various c o m m i t t e e s include: Elizabeth I'ulver, '29, social;
Marion Conklin, '29, music; Edna
Wolfe, '28, m e m b e r s h i p ; Emily Williams, '28, social service; Florence
Potter, '28, conferences and conventions; Esther Luystcr, '28, bazaar;
Kathleen D o u g h t y , '28, m e e t i n g s ; Mildred Lansley, '29, devotionals, and
Ruth W a l l s , '29, publicity.
Mildred Lansley, '29, presided.
Scout
well.
T h e semi-annual dinner of the Eastern branch of the alumni of the New
York S t a t e College for T e a c h e r s will
be Saturday at 5:30 al the College
cafeteria,
Reservations must be made
today with Miss Laura T h o m p s o n ,
m a n a g e r of the College cafeteria. Dr.
A. R. Hrubacber and Dr. T. Frederick
II. Candlyn, instructor in music, will
be the speakers.
The Directory for 1927 cost approximately Jf 140.00 making each copy about
f.U).
Fourteen hundred copies were
printed by Mills A r l Press aecording lo
Margaret A. Wilson. '28, editor in chief
Don Quixotes, were present.
Spanish
games were plaved.
Ada Simmons, '.III, and Mary Mr
CalTcry, '_">, were in charge. The club
meets even two weeks, -I o'clock Thursday.
"I'rciich chili meetings will lie the first
and third Thnrsdiiys of each month to
avoid conflict with Spinish flub, whidi
inerls the second and fourth Thnrsdiiys,"
Killed Orfall, '2K, president announced
todav. At tin' meeting veslerdav il was
decided to separate the 'olliees of seere
l.iry and treasurer and lo eleel a Ireas
urer. Orders for club pins were talon.
The price of ihese pins will he one dollar
The roll was called each member an
swering (lerman riddle.
( olTee and
kiicheu wen .er\ed.
( hail,air Kruger explained the histon
,,l the (lerman club. She also told of
Ihe National Federation of (lerman clubs
and explained the advantage of joining
il. This federation is being organized In
all Ihe Herman clubs ol the colleges all
over Ihe Cniled Stales.
Music was furnished by Anna Minich,
'28; Irene SulleiT and l hail..lie Kruger
DIRECTION
Y. W . C. A. V E S P E R S S U N D A Y
V. VV. vespers will be Sunda\ after
ill at four o'clock. F.milv Williams, I
'28, is the leader and Kev. Paul uill '
speak. J. Charlotte lone., '28, will sing
Tea will he served I..11. .wine the meeliiiK
No Matter How Much
V,...
I « n * n
VOI! KNOW I I M . V
Ynn
I p s r n *<• MUCH AH von
IUU
L C a i l l
KKMKMIIKIt. Vanillin,I will iihc.v yon JIIHI In j<i<<|><»i-(ion
In thu rufJIllri'lllt-nlN J'I.II pliiee Upon II
If .V.III (five 11 ll I'llillli'i.. V
nil illwnys
ruiiiBinliiir if .vmi I mlii y m i r mlml In
uul'vu ynn wliun mill us ynn wiinl ll I "
MUITO, Villi eilll I Ii t !• K Mini lull. l i i l l . T
unit cleiirnr Willi IriillilliK llnil Will liilln
Inn ll few 11)1 IIIII OH ui' your lime. I'riif.
M, \'. AIWIHHI, I'niiiiiil.v »f ih.. N. V.
Colletfe uf Avrli-lllllll'i' III llliili'il, II,nv
Killlni' II f I'll.n lleinlil DlBimleli, w r o t e :
"I luive nil ini'iiiorv euiil'Hi'H mill .w.oris Ins.I ol' loi
Vim owo II lii 11,.- |,iil,l!.'
I,i in,I.II-1, U In Ii,,,.!; form."
In iv
H|„,llHi, lo IIIIN lllnl ill h e r .I. no,,,.I 11,1s
,'IIIII'HC li:l . lllVII INHIHMI 1,1 II llllllllj' Mil.
voliiini' lii III yinii' iiiii'ki'l mot llio riiHl
IH lull Ilu
n u l l u m liiiHliiiilil mill! lieI'.iol,.',' when I'll !• I'oll.i is will In- ll,.'
lirlee.
I.IKK AND HICHAM), .loliiiniii I iiv. N \
Why God Made Hell
I in .von loiow why'.' If you ilun'l, y»u
Mliuillil II ill r II N'UW m iiiieii, (llln rt,
viewer IIIIH salil : "When Hnnlo wool lo
| Jul I he llillhl loin. sl.-.Ti'il elem- of Ihe
riiiliilllig ii|i|iiirnliiN . . .
II. roiniiiiii'il
fur l'r. Kmiiilir.'ih in lnlurniilllitflj mill
felirwiilnely llesclilie I In, m l lier ivgloim."
Uyur a.OUO.UUU luivr ruiut II
Why mil
von'.' (liio linll.-ir iiuulimlil.
I,I|.'K A M ) IIMIlAI I). JIIIIIII-OII rniy. N V
The Chess and Checker club will
begin activities within the nest week
Seward II. I lodge, '28, president, said
to,lav.
'Last year's members and thosi
w ishiug lo join this \ ear are urged to
sign t ll fir names, and com ennui dale
for meetings, on the bulletin board asoon as I he notice i- pit! Up," he said
L, G, BALFOUR COMPANY
/ISA ANY COLIMdli
(iltlilih
Scwnlecu freshmen have paid Iheir
-.Hid, ui lax ahead of lime.
The lolal imiuber of sludenls who had
paid up uulil Tuesday imoii was 157.
I it this number 159 were seniors; I-Id
juniors and 15a sophomores. The lolal
amount collided was §5.027.
IOTH, 11TH AND
-SI/iRK
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I2TH
Kurl B r o w n s P l a i n Tulk
F r o m lh<: Hills
A PARAMOUNT SPE1CAL
COMPANY
OF
AMERICA
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WEEK
Sevegtb He&vep
W i t h a Sensational Cast
ALSO
OPERATING
AND
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ALBANY,
REGENT
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Produced
and
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un-
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der ideal conditions.
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particularly a n d the public gene r a l l y w e l c o m e d at all t i m e s .
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T h i r d Si r e e l , A l b a n y , N. Y.
T e l e p h o n e WKHI
I f 14
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NEW YORK STATE NATIONAL BANK
(ii) STATU NTIJKHT
In » P u r a m n u n t P i c t u r e
•WE'RE Al.l.
GAMBLERS"
NOV.
NEXT
Makers of the New York
State College for Teachers
Standard Ring
MumiJtldurlriH Jewelers 6, Slalltmeia
All I I- IIOKO,
MASS
AND
7TH. 8TH. AND 9TH
THOMAS ME I CM AN
Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell
in
n.
AND
Commencement Announcements
and Invitations
STANLEY
ALL
FRATERNITY, COLLEGE
CLASS JEWELRY
NOV.
ST R A N U
SEVENTEEN FRESHMEN
PRE-PAY STUDENT TAX
Boulevard
PROCTORS
Grand
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
MARK
PROPOSED AMENDMENT
REFUSED BY MYSKANIA
Myskania has rejected (be amend CHESS, CHECKER CLUB
ineni to the s o p h o m o r e class constitution, making social members all those
WILL BEGIN ACTIVITIES
who have completed a semester's
w o r k and have paid all student assessm e n t s and class dues.
T h e present
constitution, presented by Myskania,
g r a n t s social m e m b e r s h i p to ibo.se
who have completed twenty-one hour-.
and have paid all student a s s e s s m e n t s
and class due-.
It was ruled that
"those who have not finished twentyone hours will h a w completed the
necessary amount of work by I he
second semester."
Tomorrow
ni.— Eastern
Branch
5:30
p.
Alumni Dinner.
8:30-11:J0 p. in.—Alpha Epsilon
house dance.
S u n d a y , N o v e m b e r 6th
4:00 p. in.- -Y. VV. C. A. Vespers.
Rotunda.
M o n d a y , N o v e m b e r 7th
b'rosh Basketball I'ractiee,
12:0(1 m . — L u t h e r a n Club Pood
Sale.
T u e s d a y , N o v e m b e r 8th
5:30-9:0(1 p. ni. Classical Club
Supper, Cafeteria and Room I!.
W e d n e s d a y , N o v e m b e r 9th
4:00 p. in.—Music Club.
8:0(1 p. in.— H o n z a l c y Q u a r t e t t e ,
Chancellor's Hall.
T h u r s d a y , N o v e m b e r 10th
• 5:30-9:00 p. m , Chemislrv Club
llaniptel, Room 2511.
" S l m l e l l l S a r e l i r e e d l o i;e! t h e i r foils
is s o o n a s p o s s i b l e , " I l e i u d e l t a b r a n
•ois,
'.."I,
president
,,f
l.es
Moils
i p i i l . i i r e s , s.aid t o d a y .
DEMONSTRATE USE
OF SEWING MACHINE
PARTS TO FRESHMEN
Mrs. Florence D. Frcar, instructor
in home economics, has announce '
that her textiles class is visiting ll
Harmonv Mills al Cohoes lodav.
The Singer Sewing Machine con
p a n y will give a d e m o n s t r a t i o n lo lb
freshmen ol the home ec
mics de
parlnient.
The use of sew ine ma
chine attachment s \\ ill be demon
straled.
Delta
Club.
Cogs-
End, C a m p
COLUMBUS RETURNS AT
STATE CLUB MEETING
Spanish club initiated new members at
a meeting Thursday, The selling was ANNOUNCE CHANGE IN
Spanish and distinguished characters in
FRENCH CLUB MEETING
Spanish hislory, including Columbus and
NEWMAN SKETCHES TAYLOR/30 TREASURER
FOR COMMERCE CLUB
YEARS' ACTIVITIES; lieor.ee
Taylor, '.id, was elected treasSETS RETREAT DATEurer ol Commerce club al a meeting RIDDLES IN GERMAN
Thursday. The Hallowe'en parly which
AND CLUB'S HISTORY
Patricia O'CVmnell, '28, presidwil of was lo take' place al Delmar lonighl, has
Newman club has appointed the follow- been postponed. Those, who planned |o
GIVEN AT MEETING"SHOULD OBTAIN FOILS
ing committee to lake charge of the New- attend are asked lo watch the bulletin
hoard for further notice of the part).
The KolTeeklalsch given by (iernian
man bulletin board: Itnlh Kecfe, '28; Dorothy llaeusscr, president, said.
club in the cafeteria Thursday was a
SOON", SAYS FRANCOIS
Mary Killigrew, '28; Mary Hart, '-"';
<-iniibiii.'ili<HI business and social meeting,
Catherine Nichols, '29; Louise llnhee,
The foils which were ordered for
(lames weir plaveil until all the guests
'30; Anne Moor, '.«); Lillian Dorr and DIRECTORY COSTS $140; ha.I arrived. 'I lie favors were candle-, Ihe leucine, class have arrived. The\
m.-i
\ he obtained in Room . i l l ! al 2
which were III al ihe table. Charlotte
Catherine Lee, Ml.
AVERAGES TEN CENTSKruger,
'-''. prcsidem, gave a loast ..'cluck todav.
Plans for the years' activities were
sketched at the c
oil meeting of Newman .club at Newman hall Sunday.
The lirst communion breakfast will he
at the Academy of the Holy Names
Sunday, November 20. Mass will be
said at the Academy for Newman members directly preceding the breakfast.
Three more breakfasts are planned for
(he year: one to he directly alter the
Christinas vacation, one before
the
Easter recess and one in June.
The date of the annual retreat was
tentatively set for January 6-H. It will
be, as it has been formerly, al the
Academy of the I loly Names,
i "Newman study hour was well attended Wednesday and will be continued
as long as the attendance is sufiieicnt t
(war,ant it," Miss O'Coimcll said today,
.
Week
School
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