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YORK STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
ALIIANY, N. Y , FRIDAY, DKCKMHKU 2,
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"LIFE" LASHES AT MOB INJlDRAMA CLASS PLAY
MORLEY TO LECTURE
HERE DECEMBER 13
" W o n d e r F i v e " After T w o W i n s
Meets State Varsity W i t h
4 Veterans
STATE
HAS
SAME
"I
LINEUP
MORLEY
Goff W i l l Jump Center; Carr
A n d Kuczynski, Forwards,
In Battle
l.v
Willi
l!,n
ucnrlv
under
lln i f
weeks
lu-lt..
1.1'
practice
t i n - State
1 lie
against
school i|tiiiili-l
i brisinpher
( nlhgc
Maxwell
of llrnoklyii,
imwii
a
reputation
dubbed
Vork
lily
paper
I n live
"Tin-
critics.
quotes
M i n i - , destined
t l i a n that
<ipiniiHI
I'M/
in
will
her
Tin
Maxwell's
and
this
Tile
ning
established
Stale.
in the
Alter
lias
last
losing
li'cluiic- Institute
fi-W
Mold
o f fourteen
every
IVl wW P A RA 7 U R I C MYSKANIA UPHOLDS
\ ' •«• A- M z i M K lb STANDARD RING AS A
JONES AND GRAVESl "ARABIAN" TONIGHT
COLLEGE TRADITION
hen
College
3(1-Id.
live has a w i n
straight
two
wins,
I 1 '-' 1 ', the
ist
and
Morley
.1.
Charlotte
Jones,
'28,
president o f
the D r a m a t i c and A r t association, was
appointed to serve nil a c o m m i t t e e to re
Intercollegiate
Pnly-
Dramatic
Stale
c o n v e n t i o n of the association at the
crsity
opponent ' the}
association w h i l e a t t e n d i n g
o f Delaware.
The
Myskania
her
lirsl
appearance
Dramatic
and
December
T h e topic o f bis
began
his
profes-
listinction.
L u y s t e r Siays
aK
"
L'ui-
was
constitution
"An
entirely
new
and
very
" ''"
voted
;i u I , r c , a s
/ " j 1 ?
t o ask
MAskania
His
essays
lished
in a brilliant
which
"Parnassus
t h e most
a novelist
.'" CC "" H "
series
been
widely
however
and
pub-
o f books o f
on Wheels"
read.
is s t i l l
His
has come as
in those realms w h e r e
and c r i t i c a l
airy
charm
have
fantasy
sense and a sense o f h u m o r
the greatest price.
Perhaps he has
lone m o r e than any o t h e r single m a n to
i l it were
o r i e n t a l I possible to change th$ present design o f
emerged as a c o l u m n o f unusual
highest d i s t i n c t i o n
state
to die
'class
e g a r d t"i
S u p p e r , S t u n t s A n d D a n c i n g , nieiit
,
, junior •
,',' i n r'.*"'""
Ard On Program Tonight,
M'"»K"'« |I|L ' «*»**"* ' » ' «••»«•• •„,«. bnnr
tin
was revised so that instead o f h a v i n g one
••
wilhtlraws
finally
essayist
pei haps
vise the ciiii.stitutioii of the
seasons at
In llrnnklyn
in l i b .
dowlied:
Christopher
DRAMA MEETING IS
REVIEWED HERE BY
A calibre."
alumni
columnist,
Albany
13, at C h a n c e l l o r ' s h a l l .
l i s h i n g , and
five n i
their
first
the auspices o f the
lecture w i l l be " I K n o w a S e c r e t " .
better
u f the
its first
his
ami
sional career as a teacher, then t r i e d p u b -
as o u t s t a n d i n g I
downing
P u r p l e and
streak
arc
u f (irade
\ . V . Dental
-II .'!• and
school
even
Wonder
live has w o n
fall,
mrti-wy Kulukurbocki-r IT
L i f e has its scamv mntncnl.s. I Inraee H. M y e r s as " f i f i i " ; ' V i - - i i , n i x e d i l n . ,-• i r ,1
i
i
i.iKht, N o v e m b e r 20.
I n t h , east w e e :
K
I
an
I
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; S , i he d r a m a class plays T u e s d a y
' ( , 0 , d t , 1 J ' " l l s ' l " ' " n a ' V V r ' f f l i t , Dora Dadmun,
A r v i d Hurke, Mildred Label.
New
"Maxwell
We
In- p r o n o u n c e d
ranks
Maxwell
sanies
year.
make
internationally
essayist
\ r l association T u e s d a y n i g h t ,
been
In
Maxwell
experts
I'm- a r e c o r d
H I last
that
Tin-
siiorl
I'ive"
Motley,
lecturer,
under
w i t h tpiitc
ii|i to, h a v i n g
Wonder
.vill
Training
\ . V. T i n
M a x w i ll live m i n e s In A l b a n y
TEACHER
Entertainment
\ . S i I.I r, A N
hu'
WAS
Tax Tickets To A d m i t Students
To D r a m a , Art Association
basketball live opens ils season t o m o r r o w
night
Know A Secret" W i l l B e
Topic Of IVorley's First
Albany Lecture
revive
the
memory
o f good
old
books
and w e l c o m e new ones.
M o r l e y ' s l i a r r i e d i k e c h a r m as a w r i t e r
is eipialletl by bis p l a t f o r m p e r s o n a l i t y ,
w h i c h has d r a w n large audiences f o r
. h i m at a l l his appearances.
T h e State
a W
I,,-,-.
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" " I ' ' ' " " ' " 'he effect thai Myskania knew [ , , [ 1 ^ association has planned its prei t h Ian- u f t w o exceptions t i n S l a t , i-n>.„,i„'i,-,l ,„„'. ,-,-,„„ ,l„- \ ' , ' i v " | . „ „ ' l - , ' , „ ' i r " ' . ' ' " ' . ' '"•' '"'
piiuiiiled
one f r o m the New E n g l a n d rations in the g y m n a s i u m and c a f e t e r i a " " definite reason against c h a n g i n g the senlatiou at Chancellor's h a l l in o r d e r It
lint up w ill be the same as t i n ,mc w hiel
orm
l ef the
and a.sso
one u ,,,.,,,
i | | b,,;,,',
r i n g ,,
back. , half
f.o.r g. o' t,t e. n. hours
t h e l a r g e attendance o f
fli-.trit.-t.
r o m the one
s o u tfhr e
n dthe
i s t r i cmt i d do
,' •
, .' i d e s .i g n ;' ,she, h o w e v e r , advised against ac m i n m l a l c
played in tin- l.i.i names .>t the l(M5-_>f
i r o i n i k e ....s u i i i l n - n i .d i s.t r i c.t o f, the
L „l ,". "„ 1, U„ .l ;", i' , ", "i .' . . •-Arabian
v ..... ; .. N
vi g h.t .s ,• , , , ass,,
, ,
f o r this such a e b a n g ,
i c i n i t y ri-.sitlents indicated by the advance
season.
I n that season. I a r r and ( i i i l l i i n a t i o n .
\ \ h e a t o i i , l-.lnura and I l o l l a n t l s i . . .,, i „ . .,,,
. , . ,,
i
. ,. .
.
.
licket sales.
K
paired at f o r w a r d , N c p l n vv j u m p e t l centei colleges were named bv the c o m m i t t e e .
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" ' l l " - ' , i : " " ' h i c h several
Students w i l l be a d m i t t e d on presentaand I l i n i i )
ami d'ulT w e r e ibe g u a r d s .
jasper
Deeter, the' d i r e c t o r
of t l i e ! , ,
' " r " ,'' ' " " U ' n t " ™
T
' " *™»™™"
^-h tlesire to change. tion o f the student lax tickets.
NonM l o f i In sr i net I vv i:b the e x e e p t i n i i o f
stutlenls
may purchase tickets at d u e t t
,
,
,
l
M
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l
,
l
T
S
V
,
w
l
N e p h e w , lasl vcar's c a p t a i n , w h o has H e d g e r o w
Plavers a, P h i l a d e l p h i a and I", r u - l bv a ' " r , b
T h e "licl-e,
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7 *
*' " ^ ' " ' " ^ ' " "
'
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U
l l Hl l c K l l s
a K
and Sons', Hruadvvay, o r may address
he d i r e c t o r o f " I n A b r a h a m ' s
l i o s o t n • • ' - •i l l v c m "
-'U
, " i l a v o r o l a new r i n g i n spile o f Mysl e f l sel I, w i l l see service loin,,rr,,vv
m a i l o r d e r s to G e r t r u d e H a l l , '29, m e m hen il made its p r e m i e r i n New V o r k
'vice.
l l was also voted t
n i g h t , i a n . . i . l captain T o m k i i e / v i i s k i
•Then the i-nti i laiuinent I
This will I ,
,, .
,
" , . ', " ' . . ber o f the D r a m a t i c and A r t council.
w i l l - t a n at I n i w a i d , ColT w i l l proiiablv t itv, was the p r i n c i p l e speaker al I b e
u l l l l i l
w u l ( l
truh
Arabic, will, dancing, singing, il;,V1' '' l , l ; , d < " l l v x s l " " 1
"
Miss H e l e n T . Fay, m a n a g e r o f die
v, n l n m .
I lis l i r s l plea was f u r the
- t a i l al i i i n n and I I. nit \ . I i r i l l i n .mil
|
I,,,, , 1 , , , , - , ,, .,,.,.,., |.
In- s i i n i i o l i i i l e d the college seal.
Co-op, has announced that a special d i s Klein
will
be t h e g u a r d - .
W h i s i m i , audience to In w i l h h i m in bis i.,IK.
•In the c v n i t o n w i l l find a l l kinds o f |
F o l l o w i n g this decision M v s k a n i a tool play o f M r . M o r l e y ' s hooks w i l l be s h o w n
"Direelioii
i m p l i e s de-.iun," In- said
nes I,.,- i I,, • . • i n , , , presents and s o al ibe bonk store next week.
Through
I ii r l I n i - action and c o n f e r r e d w i t h I )
will
riiom, high
scorer
with
lin- ' I ' M ! ' • | - ' e - i i i i m \ is the essence o f e.i,„l plav
sell. T
special a r r a n g e m e n t w i t h the publishers,
due, t i n e .
T h e t l i r e c l o r should show a ) w i l l be' an e M i i l m
, , | i l e b i n g s a n d A. K'. Hruhaclier.
l l was decided that
Mr. Mnrley
w i l l ant,.graph bonks f o r
f o r speaking
n , i b e •'sketches slmwn bv M i s , P e r i n e
' ' l i i e v il is a i r a d i l i n i i I n b a n - the standard
i n n i : , member of Cent sen's N o r m a l school i n a i - k u l capacitv
M a t e college students, Mis-, E a v said.
baskelball
Lain
lor l i m e
ven, . u l m rhai-aclei- in ibe plav and nnl t,, the w i l l iml be , , | i | but ,,r,|.-rs w i l l he l i k e , ' ,
college ring as i l now is. T h a t I r a d i l i n i i T h e Imnks w i l l be snld at special rates.
I he chai-ai-ler w i l l a l w a y s r e . A s usual, tin i . - w i l l In ibe class limiihs
t r a n s f e r , i d this f a l l ,
I n v l n r , eenli-r o f pkiver.
has In eu |,,ll,,wed f o r fourteen vears and
-pond.
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would
he discourteous
have the standard r i n g
to a l u m n i
who
to change i l .
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KINSELLA WINS MEDAL
IN A 3MILE MARATHON
J o h n Kins,-Il.-i, '_'«, Stale C o l l e g e cross
...iiintry
captain, concluded bis college
l i m n i n g caret r bv t a k i n g f o u r t h place i n
10 I?
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Thanksgiving
Day
Marathon
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STATE BOARD RULES "x^r ?.'kV V r.vT^^lur^^rlS
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w i l l be .,tiered
Deenuber
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i las-, officers w h o b a n - nnl paid bv
that
I ' I . I I I sir, el I n Met arthv avenue.
'I he
r e l t i r n e t l along the same r o u t e
I I'M o f those who have in,I paid
w i l l lo t h e V , M . ( ' , A b u d d i n g . T h e
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c , , u n l i t team, sel a lasl pace f r o m the
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m i d , r,g r a d u a t i
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l i s t l i e r l.uvster, , erne ( a r r , 'J'), prescient o f j u n i o r
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VI
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, DECEMBER 2, 1927
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CLEAN UP THE MAXWELL? WE H3PE!
Apply the
P and G (purple and gold)
to the
Maxwell
super five and you clean up the Maxwell—we hope I
Match a record of
fourteen straight
wins
for State with
a team of "Grade A Calibre"—according to sport experts—
and you're going to get action!
The
first
game of the season rates high
interest and enthusiasm.
to live up
to, a record to keep, and a bold new stroke to make.
That S t a t e is proud of its team is small wonder.
of
interest and the utmost of
That
Maxwell
faith and
Every
with the closest
confidence.
is backed by as ardent: a group of
porters is certain.
sup-
That they have every! bit as much con-
fidence of victory as have State, is beyond a doubt.
The
stage
ready—and
is set,
the
cast
the only thing
is choscn-j-the
that
the
rest, of
players
are
us can do is
to wait. .
CONGRATULATIONS, WORKERS!
To the
Using
EdHor:
your
publication
as
a
medium
through
which
I
may reach the entire student body simultaneously, and yet
have a personal
contact
with each
student
in the college,
I want to thank the committee of sixteen women
who put
the
drive
for
the
relief
of
the
students
Vermont
Hood
sufferers over the top last week.
To this committee, the entire College is deeply indebted,
for it was through their unselfish efforts to aid it needy
people, that State College gained considerably more prestige in the City of Albany. For people realize, as a result
of their collection of funds, that the average State College
student of today is one who is willing to meet life's serious
tasks more than half way.
The committee consisted of Mildred Gahcl, Violet Pierce,
Edna Wolfe, Margaret Stouteiiburg, Ruth Hates, Shirley
Hartman, Mildred Lansley, Eleanor Vail, Mildred I lawks,
Edella Easnian, Louise Trask, Ethel Grundhofer, Edna Mae
Eitzpatrick, Priscilla llammersley, Adelaide Pulvcr and
Mary Howard, who collected very nearly §150.
State College should be proud of this group for the noble
work which they have done and I hope that the Student
association will see fit, in session this noon, to join me in
this statement of gratification to them.
ROBERT J . S I I I L L I N G L A W , '29, Chairman
MARRIAGE POPULAR SAYS STATE MAN;
LATE UNIONS ARE RESULT OF TIMES
To the Editor:
T h e a r t i c l e a p p e a r i n g in the N E W S o f N o v e m b e r IK,
asserting that m a r r i a g e has become u n p o p u l a r , and that the
days o f c h i v a l r y a n d romance are f o r e v e r gone, is, I believe, not f u l l y j u s t i f i e d .
Romance s t i l l lives but not o f course ; h in the day-, o l
yesterday, w h e n k n i g h t s were hold and ladies helplessly
feminine.
T h e d a y s o f the strenuous l i f e have been succeeded by ones o l ease and c o m f o r t , but the passing o f
the necessity l o r the p e r f o r m a n c e o f deeds o f v a l o r has
not g r e a t l y a l t e r e d the n a t u r e of m a n anil the . p i n t of
romance is s t i l l a l i v e .mil b u r s t i n g f o r t h at each o p p o r t u n e
moment.
T h e r e is, h o w e v e r , this obvious d i f f e r e n c e between o u r
g e n e r a t i o n and those o f o u r ancestors, the t a i l that we
aspire t o i n f i n i t e l y h i g h e r levels than they even dreamed o f
in t h e i r p h i l o s o p h y .
A n d r i g h t l y so, f o r a-, o u r heritage
of civilization is so vastly r i c h e r , so c o r r e s p o n d i n g l y h i g h e r
must In- o u r desire o f attainment.
T h u s ii is that the
c o l l e g e m a n appears to place m a r r i a g e second t o career.
Hut this t r e n d o f the tunes is not In be deplored.
Rather
it should be e n c o u r a g e d .
It is an i n d i c a t i o n o f greater
s t r e n g t h , the a b i l i t y to sublimate the s t r o n g e r , more p r i m a l
instincts t o a m o r e recenll) acquired one. T h e r e need
exist no fear thai t i n , tendency w i l l redound In the d e l r i
incut o f the race and o u r h i g h l y valued c i v i l i z a t i o n h j the
disappearance o f the m a r r i a g e i n s t i t u t i o n .
N o . It -.imply
means a d e f e r r i n g , a s h i l l i n g , of the inarri..g< age o l the
r a t e f r o m t h a i inexperienced adolescence or earls i n a t u r i l y
t i , that o f a w i s e r and saner m a j o r i t y .
A n d is ii In be
w o n d e r e d at that the college student o r g r a d u a t e should
assume the lead in d e m o n s t r a t i n g the sagacity of late m a r
riages?
M e has seen the g r o w i n g evil of d i v o r c e , the wist
number of unsound, ill-fated marriages.
Is it to be w o n dered at that he should seek t o avoid these pit f a l l . : lie
M I S m a r r i a g e as it is n o w , as an i n s t i t u t i o n w h i c h harnesses
o b v i o u s l y unlit and improper partners i n t o a t h e o r e t i c a l l y
lifelong team.
H e sees as the result o f the hasty, passionate m a r r i a g e s , s t u p i d c h i l d r e n , m i s e r y , loss o f self r e spect and c h a r a c t e r .
i Continued on next column)
Anthony
Comstock,
Roundsman
Broun and M a r g a r e t
of the Lord.
Leech.
Charles and Albert Boni.
Illustrated.
285 pages.
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from tl,e
By Hcywood
New
York:
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$3.
Broun and Leech present Anthony Comstock, the swordswallowing, fire-breathing vice exterminator.
They rcsis:
the hilarious t e m p t a t i o n of c a r i c a t u r i n g C o m s t o c k a n d
reject the simple a n d o b v i o u s Freudian f o r m u l a for the
solution of the Comstockian equation,
T h e source material for this book is excellent and includes a diary which Comstock nurtured during his service
days in the Civil W a r .
T h e diary gives lucid insight into
the motivations of Comstock.
Happy is the introvert who
writes on the sand which borders the sea.
The activity of Tony in protecting the morals of his
countrymen is attested to by the number of persons lie
shackled and the literature he destroyed.
"Iti the forty-one years I have been here I have convicted persons enough to fill a passenger train of sixtyone coaches, sixty coaches containing sixty passengers each
and the sixty-first almost full.
I have destroyed about
160 tons of obscene literature."
T h e caloric equivalent of the destroyed literature was
tremendous.
H a d the calesccnt literature been burned in
Tony's furnace, the Comstock family would have been
warmed for several years.
The heterogeneous passengers of the Lugubrious
Special
were herded therc-on by the authority on Anthony's com
mission as Special Agent of the Post Office Department
Anthony Comstock, Roundsman of the I.mil, was a
garish figure in the Early Pullman Era—Broun and Leech
have done well to embalm him.
in the way of
There is a reputation
game, every play, every move is followed
"PROTESTANTISM STRUGGLING IN 14
COUNTRIES," KELLER, STEWART WRITE
Protestant
Europe:
lis Crisis and Outlook.
lis Adolpl
Keller and George Stewart.
Illustrated.
8.3.50.
385
pages. New Y o r k : George II. Doran Company.
Europe's cultural maelstrom and the scope of Prote-tan:
churches in Europe form the theses of this honk by twi
of the leading Protestant churchmen in the world.
Dr
Keller is a leader in church co-operation, ami is a native
of Switzerland; Dr. Stewart is minister in the Madiso;
Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York city, ami an author
on theological topics.
Protestantism is fighting for life in fourteen countries
the authors declare.
"In a day desperately in need ol
spiritual leadership and moral power, the serious rnpaimicn
of the spiritual side of either Protestantism or Catholicism
must be recognized as a major disaster by all who lovi
European culture", they believe.
Religious minorities stranded by the war, the aloofness
of certain church classes, financial instability, loss of pro;,
erty—all help make the crisis greater.
Co-opera'ion ai '
better understanding will go far to recover the dignity of
the church, the authors declare.
Church conditions in the several geographic divisions of
Europe arc sketched in the last half of lite book.
Here
one learns the status of Protestantism in the Scandinavian
cruntries, in Central Europe, in the Balkans, in the Nether
lands.
«
rt
Racial and denominational maps of Europe help in under
standing the problem. Photographs of leading churches ami
religious shrines are included. To students of social science
the book is well worth while, though its greatest value wili
be to students of theology and churchmen.
Anyone ad
miring European culture will read it with interest.
FREE LOVE NO CAUSE FOR ALARM
N o w , w h i l e I d o not naively contend that late or dc
f e r r e d m a r r i a g e s is an i n f a l l i b l e cure f o r t i n - c m i i l i t i n n ,
nevertheless a study o f the marriages o f those .,i m i r e
m a t u r e sears proves that f l i t s a r c much m o r e - t a b l e and
a much safer g a m b l e than 111. • -t- which occur d u r i n g line a r l y y o u t h f u l age o f the cand'dati -.
T h u s w e see it is not the ('.. Ed ,,r t n i l , : : , that . I n
courages early m a r r i a g e s Inn r . i i l n r man's r i s i n g sense o f
values.
But is it t r u e , as the w r i t e r of last week's a r t i c l e
contends, that these d e f e r r e d marriages a r c ! u-lcss a m i
m e r e l y conventional unions?
A g a i n , I hen in d i f f e r .
I
believe that these unions arc more I r u h s v i n l m l i c o l real
love because it is a love that I i , - iraiiscended i ' e calls
passionate stages a m i is rather the result o f a i h e p e r in
sight and I n t e r Conception o l lite real meaning o l l i n e in
its liner sense.
T h u s we see thai Ihe college -'ml.-nt in d e f e r r i n g in.lin a g e , whether f r o m the d e - i r e in accomplish or li.caiisc
o f real fear o f e a r l ) m a r r i a g e s , is acting mils hi accordance
w i t h the best dictates o f h i - intelligence and conscience, a m i
that by so lining he is m i l sat ril'icing any o l the n ' l e i i i l a n !
ideals o r romance o f an earlier u n i o n ; that In i- rather
a s p i r i n g t o a deeper, t r u e r and more lasting love ami
romance that w i l l endure fores cr
C o n c e r n i n g Ihe apprehension o l I V c ( i c e a the danuei
and " d e v a s t a t i n g p o w e r " o f so called free lovi . I w o u l d
add a w o r d .
In t i n - tendency I ,ce im c u m - f o r a l a r m .
It is a n a t u r a l acconipaiiitnenl o l ihe earls ace o f south.
I l is bis first a w a k e n i n g to the w m l d and it is but n a t u r a l
that he seek an outlet f o r his last developing e m o t i o n a l
nature.
T h i s period is dangerous onl.s ssheii ii n o h - in
hast) m a r r i a g e - , m i l because u gives youth an o p p o r t u n i t y
or a means o f release o f execs- e m o t i o n a l energy.
Because
y o u t h indulges in necking parlies, petting p a n i c - anil even
the sensuous dance does ma at a l l me.in that these i r . i i i s c i e i i l
indulgences ssill unlit them f o r their real venture.
Rather should thes be construed as necessary anil de
cidedls valuable stages in then g r o w t h to lh.il level when
h a v i n g -ecu and lasted a l l phasi - t i n s realize thai tin \ have
been but playing and not s i t has- llies experienced t i n
real. T h e y base learned to d i - l i n g u i h between ihe p s e u d " ,
the s h a l l o w , unreal and lla -e H u n m i l Unci and
,
s p i r i t u a l emotions o f m a n .
In conclusion, I w o u l d say thai in ,n l a r as I can sec,
tin- t o E d college is no d i f f e r e n t l i
all) o i l i e r in respect
lo love and m a r r i a g e .
'I here i - im logical reason to - u p
pose that because a college is h,,,i |o both m i h e sexes,
i l should p n n e a p a r t i c u l a r incentive l o m a r r i a g e
Thenl o r e , what I hold io be t r u e f o r i n d i v i d u a l colleges, I also
believe to be t r u e f o r the ( ,. Ed college.
A n d I still
m a i n t a i n , despite a l l a r g u m e n t s t o ihe c o n t r a r y , t h a i y o u t h
today is as r o m a n t i c and at the same l i m e us responsible
as ever, and that these t w o great a - s d s o f c h a r a c t e r
for I
consider the ability l o appreciate the r o m a n t i c an asset- •
g r o w s t r o n g e r and a r e most pronounced in those w h o cometo the marriage a l t a r at a m o r e m a t u r e and saner age.
Signed, \ V , C.
bii
Making
in
a most
his p r e m i e r
interesting
on State's
allegory,
stage
Horace
M y e r s , deserves g r e a t praise f o r his i n terpretation and execution o f his rather
d i f f i c u l t role " L i f e " .
Honors
in
Ihe
Faces" however
one person.
"Slave
Willi
B a s k e t b a l l season o p e n s t o m o r r o w
W e meet M a x w e l l T r a i n i n g
night.
S c h o o l five a n d o u g h t t o w i n b y 20
or 25 p o i n t s .
T h e fact t h a t the
S l a t e m e n have been p l a y i n g t o g e t h e r f o r t h e past y e a r w i l l be a
t r e m e n d o u s advantage.
Two
a r e not to he g i v e n
to
A s the queen w h o mastered
Bills, probably
i J | j
life,
Goldetia
best
I have ever seen h e r d o o n State's
played t h e
W e a r e b o a s t i n g a w i n n i n g s t r e a k of
fourteen s t r a i g h t .
Jamaica
Training
School w o n a g a m e from u s by the use
of four
professional
players.
That
g a m e has been ruled o u t of t h e r e c o r d s .
stage.
Ruth
Moore
likewise
is to be praised
for h e r g o o d w o r k as the weaker w o m a n .
Perhaps
more
there might
physical
contrast
have
been a l i t t l e
between
the t w o
Joseph
E. H e r n e y
copped the
t e n n i s c u p . J o e is a l i n e t e n u i s
player,
l i e is g o i n g t o lead a w i n n i n g t e n u i s t e a m n e x t s p r i n g in o u r
opinion. Herney, Randolph Sprague,
'2'), f i n a l i s t in t h e t e n n i s t o u r n a ment, and Samuel C o o p e r are the
m e m b e r s of last s c a r ' s t e n n i s s q u a d
w h o are hack f o r this sear's play.
queens.
T h e play, directed by Ruby
Puller,
held its audience spellbound in its rec u r r i n g tense moments.
Stage settings
f o r such a play were h a r d , and yet were
After
watching
Charlie
Pickens,
a sa-l i m p r o v e m e n t over those o l a l l
D a r t m o u t h basketball s t a r of last year,
pres ions p r o d u c t i o n s .
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T h e g r o u p i n g in the m o b scene was
the
Brooklyn
quintet,
Sam
scry g o o d .
C o n s i d e r i n g the size o f the a g a i n s t
Klein
said,
"
I
t
'
s
a
g
o
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t
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i
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g
he
stage, no o t h e r g r o u p i n g could have beetM
., J g r a d u a t e d . I w o n d e r if t h e y h a v e any
so effective.
L i g h t i n g s svere genet
'
m o r e like h i m . "
I t is very f o r t u n a t e
T h e audience was s m a l l but apprecia- that D a r t m o u t h has lost P i c k e n s .
tive and was d e l i g h t e d w i t h the i T f n r h
n l the cast, w h i c h included, t o g e t h e r w i l l
those p r e v i o u s l y mentioned M i l d r e d ( l a bel, A r v i d B u r k e , B e a t r i c e W r i g h t , M a r j o r i e Y o u n g and M i c h a e l T e p i d i i m .
I would like to sec the remaining plays
"i the scar as successful as this was.
Johnny
Ixiiiscila
bore
out o u r
p r e d i c t i o n s that he w o u l d finish w e l l
up i n t h e T h a n k s g i v i n g D a y M a r a t h o n , w h e n lie a n n e x e d f o u r t h p l a c e .
T h i s feat w i n d s u p I x i n s e l l a ' s C o l lege cross c o u n t r y c a r e e r .
W e wish
he w o u l d be b a c k l o r u n f o r t h e
P u r p l e a n i l C o l d next f a l l .
VARSITY MAY DEBATE
PITTSBURGH OR SMITHSTATE Y.M.C.A. NAMES
ITS CABINET MEMBERS
T h e v a r s i t y debate c o u n c i l has m i l yet
accepted t h e challenge o f the C n i v c r s i t s
T h e college Y . M . C. A . accepted its
of P i t t s b u r g to a debate here in A p r i l , eon.stitulion and budge: al its last meet
a c c o r d i n g t o C h r i s s i e E. C u r t i s , '28, senior ing.
The following
cabiuel
was ,-qi
member o f the c o u n c i l .
T h e U n i v e r s i t y pointed Sunday : Rich a i d Jensen, ' 2 8 ;
nf P i t t s b u r g team ssill meet several col
Paul W a t e r m a n , ' - " ) ; A r v i d B u r k e . '_',S;
leges in the cast d u r i n g i t s s p r i n g l o u r . H a m i l t o n A c h e s o n , ' 3 0 ; Robert
Ross,
L'uion
college
has refused
Stale's '-"»; A n t h o n y K u e z y n s k i , '_'<); Randolph
challenge lo a r e t u r n engagement this S p r a g u e , '_">; M e r r i l l T a i l o r , '28. O l l i
si ; i r "because o f lack o f interest in de- ecrs o f Ihe o r g a n i z a t i o n , w h o a r e in
bating at the c o l l e g e " , Joseph E i n h i i r n , eluded
in the caDinet, a r e :
Wallace
i tars o f the debate association, ss rot
S l r c v c l l , '28, president ; C a r l W a l e r t n a i
. . . . . . . . . . . . ... m . ..^ -..,. .,,,....,,.,..,,, . . . . . . . . . M i e n i i , _ n . | J i e.suieiu . i a n w a t e r m a n
T h e State C o l l e g e council is a r r a n g i n g | ' 2 0 , vice p r e s i d e n t ; S e w a r d I I . I lodge, '28
debates w i t h H a m i l t o n college, C o r n e l l s e c r e t a r y ; H e r m a n K o c n i c r , '>'), I n u n i v e r s i t y , Yassar college, and S m i t h
" W e base enough w o r t h l e s s o r g a u i z a
college.
I f contests can be a r r a n g e d
w i t h a w o m a n ' s college- and a man's c o l - lions in college and we want to make the
li ge. State C o l l e g e w o m e n students w i l l college V. M . C. A . an o r g a n i z a t i o n thai
ssill be w o r t h w h i l e .
I should l i k e I in el the f o r m e r , and m e n the latter.
\ ' o d e f i n i t e date has been set f o r t r y - see every Stale C o l l e g e m a n ,, incnibe:
niiis f o r positions on the v a r s i t y debah o f i l , " - a i d W a l l a c e S i r e s e l l , president,
i m i . Students o f the f o u r classes a r e al i h e H i r e l i n g .
eligible to compete, M i s s C u r t i s said I
MISS PERME MEETS
CHOOSE SULLIVAN, '29, LENON WEST, ETCHER
ON TRIP TO EUROPE
1928'S TRACK CAPTAIN
Miss Eunice \ . Pi r i n e , iusi r u c l o r in
Roy V . S u l l i v a n , '2'>, h a - been elected
i ' >{>:,
if the t r a c k team f o r m x: scar One a i l - , is ,, f r i e n d o l l.euon West
lis ihe members o f the present cross ssbose . I d l i n g - w e n - e x h i b i t e d in the art
c •mili-\ delegation.
John K i n - e l l a , 'J8. d e p a r l i n e u l o l Slate ( ollege l a - l week
Mi-I'erine met M r . W . - t ami loseph
is r e t i r i n g captain.
I Slate ( nllegc ' h a p m a n , on - h i p hoard on be,- was lo
Sullis an ss.i- Ihe -cc
E u r o p e last w a r . W c . i i l l u s t r a t e d || K man lo place in t i n cross c n i i n i r s r u n - 1
k " V i v i d S p a i n " In | , , . c p l i C h a p m a n
w i t h S I . SUpbeu's college a m i the A l
I n t i n e x h i b i t t t c h i n g s ,<i h'ulli K l d c i ,
bans C o l l e g e ..i Pharmacy
l l i - is , | „ , r : s
h
" g scenes, and R , „ K s
Mount..in
ss r i n r o l ihe Sl.S'll ( ol i i i.i \ ' i ss lie wa- a
her o l l l u Inch -cl
I sn w s w e n - shown.
W
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s
l
i
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pupil
o
l
Inseph
Peiinell
who
t r a c k n a m al I l u n l i l l g l n l i , !.. I.
lie
Son,,h aliin
ale runs
whih
hieh »as studied under lames \ \ b i - i h - r
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HOME-MAKERS REALIZE ; .SORORITY TO ENTERTAIN
$40 SELLING CANDIES1;
''"™ypiu.".^n^"Z!t
I Ic ICml-'c
nies club made a
p r n l i l o i S i l l ,,,, the cands -ah
d
d
eliire vacilimi.
I l | Ibis .u. SJ .
is..
•
I f o r i hildreil's lllnl.-l i-.,l Ml. ill ,
w h i c h , al Ihe r i q t i i -I o l tin R i d i m -
! " " s ..ii Sunday
"
ATTENDS COLUMBIA
MEETING
M i s - M a r y E. C b b . college l i b r a r i a n ,
attended a meeting o f ihe eastern college
and
reference
librarians
at
Columbia
university. Saturday.
I In o .,', |,„ |,
Calendar
Today
N
llleihatels
" T h e W . \ l Wbiines «
pain i . , . ,
o p e r a t i n g w i l l , the club by g i v i n g leu
pel i i in il - c u n t on ihe -,di |n ice o l
tin
i Lai.ing,"
Beatrice
G a i i g l i a n , '28.
im -iihi
he H o m e Economics club
said lod.iy
'I he remainder o f the money w i l l be
its.nl lo -end delegates lo the spring con
I'-n lice o l home e c n
ics c l u b - in N'evv
N o i k ( iiy, M i s , (iaiigban -aid.
Imui
llu.
u I rcii.li
led ball
" ""
I liib
V. W . I l a / a . o
, lS••,|, S l U d l l l l
I'ft - I b u n h
- " ' " '' - ! l 1
1st I I l l l l e U ;
t
EMil ii II. |
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Sale
I a i e l e i i a and
e
P.ilM
II
I n l l h 1,-liCe
Totnoi row
. '„ , 5 S l ; " ' ' f». Maxwell
ball
gymnasium
. 7:.i()
M i l n e H i g h Sc
I
gy
a-aiiiu,
uiars
W e d n e s d a y , Dec. 7th
- L o u p in, M U M l . i | n | ,
Thursday, Dec. 8th
C h i p. I I I . Fencing i |,||,,
llaslul
Prelun
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, DECEMBER 2, 1927
Y.W.C.A. TO CONDUCT TWO HOME ECONOMICS \J. HERNEYf '29, WINS
LEO D00DY ADDRESSES Dr. South Wonders If Freshmen
Are Given Milk Every Morning
RUMMAGE SALE ON
GROUPS MEET TODAY COUNCIL TENNIS CUP NEWMAN CLUB SUNDAY
Leo M. Doody was the speaker at the Dr. Earlc B. South, assistant instrucPEARL ST. SATURDAY Beta chapter of Omicron Nu will hold
FROM R.SPRAGUE, '29 quarterly communion breakfast given by tor in education, has been wondering if
a joint meeting with the Home Economics
B Y ROY V. SULLIVAN
club in room 250 this afternoon to comJoseph V. Hcrncy, '29, tennis captain,
memorate Ellen I I . Kickards' day.
won the athletic council tennis cup last
Miss Martha Van Rensselaer of the week by defeating Randolph Sprngue, '29,
home economies department of Cornell In the finals of the tournament, llerney
university will be the speaker,
was never in trouble and took a straight
Home economics teachers from Albany, set victory (i-2, 6-0, Spt'ague tired himSchenectady, and Troy schools as well self in the first set chasing llerney's reas from Skidmore and Russell Sage col- turns to the base lines. Sprague's game
leges have been invited. Many of the is to place his returns in opposite coralumnae of Beta chapter who are in Al- ners of the court and keep his opponent
bany and vicinity are expected to be
running back and forth and thus tire
present.
him out. It didn't work as well against
Esther Kimball, '28, president of the
local chapter, will be in charge. Evelyn a player of llerney's ability whose natuCraves, 29, Cecile Harrison, '28, andral ability and experience was too much
Beatrice Wright, '28, will assist with the for Sprague. llerney's serve was working nicely and came over the net too
program.
Following the formal session, tea will fast for bis opponent to handle. Neither
be served in the home economics depart- player came up to the net often, both
men prefering a hack court game, llerment,
ney will lead the Stale College racqueteers
in their campaign ibis coming
All contributions, except those of hoard
spring.
members, are due before Christmas vacation, Dorothy M, Watts. '28. editor-inBECOME MEMBERS
chief of the Quarterly, has announced.
Chi Sigma Thela sorority welcomes
Since the Quarterly will not appear until
The ( iulil Development institute will Jane J. Eormanek and Anne Moore, '.ill,
after the Christmas holidays, the prose met t Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday
and verse is not to lie of a holida) na- n| next week. Cirls w'm are interested into lull membership.
ture. Winter subjects or general topics in taking care of children while their
arc rei|tH".ted In Miss Walls.
RECEIVES 3 MEMBERS
mothers attend the institute should leave
"We need >;.«„! -hurl stories, especially, their names together with the days and
Alpha Kpsilou Phi welcomes into full
and MI eoiirse good vcise," Miss Walls hours thev arc free at the home ecu membership: < I. Cohen, '2K, Donitbv II.
said.
iimnics ,,' • Miss Florence E. Winched, Seaman, '29, ami Sarah YalTcc, '.ill.
head of
mine economics department,
announce
day.
Allina
rvin, Carolyn Josslon, Cecil
llarrisoi
oid Beatrice Caiighan, '28,
have ch ,e of the home management
licncli chili will bold a cake and house of the home economics department
caudv sale this morning in the lower I mm December 3-19.
corridor of lluesled hall. Anna Mimeh
I N D U C T E D AS P R I N C I P A L
and Miriam Kayiinr, '28, arc in charge.
French fi le will he just before Easlei
l.ciiore (i. S, Hutchison, '29, was inHI- during Mothers' week-end in May.ducted last Sunday as principal of the
Plans for it ami fur a French play were Senior High Department of the Eirsl
discussed in the business meeting yester Pre.shvteriau church.
Old clothes ranging from checkered
stockings In parly dresses will be displayed at the V. W. C. A. rummage sale
tomorrow afternoon mi South Pearl
street.
Eleanor Stephenson and Marian Botto,
'30, are chairmen of the sale committee.
Members of the committee are Margaret
Doughty, '28, Miriam Karncll, '28, Eleanor Vail, '29, Evelyn McNickle, '29.
Marlha Rowland, Ml, and Elizabeth
Schrauth, '31.
Material for the sale may he contributed to the members of the committee,
Miss Doughty said today.
QUARTERLY MATERIAL
DUE BEFORE VACATION
CHILD DEPARTMENT
GROUP TO MEET DEC. 7
Newman club Nov. 20 at the Academy
of the Holy Names. The subject of his the freshmen arc given their half pint
speech was "Contributions of tbe Cath- bottles of milk every morning.
olic Church to Christianity," Mr. Doody
Dr. South says that the Ohio school
was introduced by the Rev. John J, children in the kindergarten, first and
Collins, spiritual adviser to Newman
second grades are given a half pir.t of
club.
Felix I'Ystn, '28 j;ave a number of milk and a graham cracker each mornviolin solus, accompanied at the piano by ing and afternoon.
Margaret McCune, '29,
O.i his first day at State College he
About one hundred members attended
the breakfast. Margarella Smylhc, '28, saw the crates of empty milk bottles ill
the basement. Not knowing then that
was in charge.
we have a cafeteria, he came to the
BECOMES SECRETARY
conclusion that the freshmen's nutrition
Alice Blair, '2d, has accepted a secre- was being ii creased, by a bottle of milktarial position at the New Paltz normal
each day.
Hair D r e s s i n g
Finger Waving
T H E CLAIRE BEAUTY SHOPPE
10-12 S O U T H
TKI.KI'IIUNK
PEAKL ST.
MAIN
<J0(1!)
Artistic Haircutting
TKA
ROOM
Permanent Waving
Tl I E
CATKKKHS
AINSLIE H E W E T T R E S T A U R A N T
II N u r l l i I'call S t .
(over KKA R E V ' S )
Y o u will call it " A H a p p y D i s c o v e r y "
FRENCH CLUB TO HOLD
A CANDY SALE TODAY
REVIEW WILL PUBLISH
Stunning style in
PHETTEPLACE ARTICLE
Elizabeth Phctleplace, '28, associate
managing editor of the STATK Coi.u-xt
KKWS, will write an article for the
School Press Review on training "cub"
trv outs for a college new spaper. I
Miss Pbclteplace leaches the class ill I
newswriting for the N i w s. The School
Press Review is published l.v the
Columbia Scholastic Press association
at Columbia university.
William M.
French, ."), is an editor ol the department for teachers' colleges and normal
schools, in which Miss Phctteplace's
story will be printed.
Women's
FOOTWEAR
FEAREY'S
44 No. Pearl St.
NEW YORK STATE NATIONAL BANK
<»<> S T A T E
STKEET
A L B A N Y , N. V.
The p r o p e r e x p r e s s i o n of any a r t d e m a n d s e x p e r t n e s s , e s p e c i a l l y in
Hair Mobbing, w h i c h e x p l a i n s w h y m o r e and m o r e w o m e n c o m e t o
When Xerxes wept
Permanent Waving P A L L A D I N O
Finger Waving
" P E R S O N A L I T Y BOBS"
7 Master Barbers
12 B e a u t i c i a n *
P h o n e Main 6280
HE great Persian ruler gazed from a hillT
top upon his vast army of a million men.
It was the largest army that had ever existed.
133 N o . Pearl St.
Opp. Clinton Square
AMES-A8WAD CANDY SHOP, Inc.
222 CENTRAL
AVENUE
"IC.HI AROUND T H E CORNER ABOVE ROBIN S T R E E T "
HOME MADE C A N D I E S and DELICIOUS ICE CREAM
SANDWICIIES, COFFEE AND PASTRY
Smart
Coats - Hats • Dresses
For
Girls and Misses
(iym Togs - Too
Tbis m a m m o t h steam turbine with a total capacity
of 208,000 kilowatts (280,000 horse power) will be
installed in t h e new station
of tbe State Line Generating C o m p a n y near Chicago.
W h a t a striking contrast
between this huge generating unit a n d tbe group of
home devices it operates
—MAZDA l a m p s , f a n s ,
vacuum cleaners, and many
others. Yet General Electricmakes both.
___
Steefel Brothers, Inc.
^___
And he turned away with tears in his eyes*
because in a hundred years all trace of it
would be gone. That army was a symbol of
power, destructive and transient.
Today in one machine, now being built in the
General Electric shops, there is combined
the muscular energy of two million men. This
great machine, a steam turbine, is also a
symbol of power--a new power that is constructive and permanent.
Its unprecedented size, a record in construction of such machines, is a pledge to the people
that the electrical industry is on the march,
ever on the alert to supply plenty of electricity
at a low cost to all.
_ _ _
174-J7PH
GENERAL ELECTRIC
0fi N g R A L
B L B Q T B I C
C O M P A N Y
S C II I! N 1: C T A 1) V
N Ii W
VO RK
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, DECEMBER 2, 1927
•AtttwaiuMttai
AND MENORAH
10 COLLEGE WOMEN Y.W.C.A.
TO CONDUCT SERVICESPROCTOR'S
TO ATTEND BANQUET
Grand
Reporters Name New Sundae;
Shop Adopts "News Tip Thrill"
JFIoyd 1H. (Brnitro
News tips? Yes, they have llicm at
the College Candy Shop. Two reporters
on
845 Madison Ave.
D R U G S And PHARMACEUTICALS
Telephone West 3462-346°*
Hewett's
A RELIABLE
PLACE
STATE COLLEGE N E W S
made
SILKS
ELOUISE GIFT SHOP
A ntiques
Importations
Unique Noveltie*
Favors
AND
WOOLENS
Elite and iJeCull's Patterns
80 N o . Pearl St. Cor. Columbia S t
Moderately Priced
"Dependable
Exclusive Xmas Cards
Flowers
We Telegraph Flowers to nil Part*
Of the World
I
KLOITSE APARTMENT
WESTERN 6V LAKE AVES.
PHONE WEST 77X2
PfcOWER «H0f>
STEUBEN STREET
Corner James
FRATERNITY. COLLEGE
P h o n e Main 3775
AND
CLASS JEWELRY
Boulevard
Commencement Announcements
and Invitations
Makers of the New York
State College for Teachers
Standard Ring
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
Manufacturing Jewelers & Slalloncra
ATTLEBORO.
MASS.
ASK ANY COLLEGE CREEK
Produced
Governor Smith To Speak At
Women Voters Meeting
Tonight
A delegation of about ten women students will represent State College at a
banquet, given by the New York League
of Women Voters in the ball room of
the Ten Kyck hotel at 7 o'clock tonight.
This banquet is included in the program
of the three day state convention of the
league, which terminates tomorrow.
Governor Alfred K. Smith and Mrs.
Carrie Chapman Catt will be speakers
tonight. Mrs. Call has recently returned
from abroad, where she was sent by
President Coolidge as a delegate to a
conference on causes of international unrest, held al .Amsterdam, Holland, November 17-1'J.
Harriet Parkhurst, '28, is chairman of
arrangements for the attendance of the
Slate' College group.
Efforts will he
made to organize a new voters group
among; (lie women of the college ii a
sufficient number express an interest in
the project, according to Miss I'.ess
Morehouse, held secretary anil legislative
representative of the league, who spoke
in assembly November 18. Ii is not
necessary that candidates for membership
he of voting age,
Elizabeth Al friend, a -.Indent al the
University of Rochester is slate director
and Mrs. I l a i n I iocldard Leach is advisor nf the new voters group of tin
slate. New voters representatives will he
present from the University of Rochester,
Bennett Art Training school, Syracuse
university, St. Lawrence university, Skid
mure college, Columbia university, llunter college, Elmira college, Keuka college, linl'falii normal and Oswego normal.
The new voters delegations will have a
special table al the dinner.
Slate College students are invited to
attend a round table conference of new
tcrs at the Ten Evck Ibis aflcrn
al
4 o'clock.
The convention will close Saturday
with luncheon al I o'clock in the Ten
ICvck lintel. Kx-Go\ernur Ciffnrd Pinchut HI' Pennsylvania and lite Hun. Willis
II. Sargent of Syracuse will discuss both
sides of the stale vs. private development
nf slate waterpower resources ennlru
versv.
The College Y. W. C. A. will concilia
joint watch services with Meiiorah society for two weeks beginning Monday.
The services will be from 8:45 to 9:00
o'clock in the morning in Room B.
Louise Traslc, '30, and Evelyn McNickle, '29, have charge for the Y. W.
('. A. and Nellie Ficldman, '28, for
Menorah society. Menorah society and
V. W. C. A. will lake charge of the
services on alternate days.
Kappa llella announces Ihe marriage
of K. Harriet Rising, '21, in Waller (i
Durfee of lloosiek halls.
DIRECT/ON
r~**
MARK
MARK
S
it
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
AND
THURSDAY.FRIDAY-SATURDAY
DEC. 1ST. 2ND AND 3RD
• llll: nil, jUKOK"
Willi . I N N A Q, N I L S S O N
unci FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN
DEC. STH, STH, 7TH
"I.FS
MISER I/J/./..-.V'
VICTOR H U G O ' S World f a m o u s n o v e l
w i t h ii cast ol E u r o p e ' s greatest a c t o r s
COMPANY
OF
AMERICA
|—\
TRANU
ITZ.
5
WEEK OF DEC. 5
Dolores Costello
in
Wber? a
A\&i? Loves"
tt
Old S&17
Fra^ci^co'
w i t h v i t a p h o n e score
ALSO OPERATING THE ALBANY
AND REGENT THEATRE
LELAND
CLINTON
SQUARE
HOME OF FILM CLASSICS
F.XCI.l St YE 1'lCTCHES
C. H. BUCKLEY, O w n e r
NEXT WEEK
NEXT WEEK
Buster Keaton
Wmw^
in
,v,l'i'
4<i,
with
Kathryn Perry
and
Lou Tellegen
Butler"
Oriental mid Accidental Kcstnurmit
AMERICAN
Teachers
AND
CHINESE
Open II until 2 A. M.
particularly a n d the public g e n
Dancing 10:30 t i l l I A . M „ Except Sunday
e r a l l y w e l c o m e d at all t i m e s .
EYEGLASSES
50 N
OPTOMETRIST
BOULEVARD DAIRY CO., Inc.
'
44 State St.
P e a r l St
- Albany,N.Y.
13 14
John W. Emery, Inc.
PATRONIZE THE
American Cleaners ann Dyers
"POPULAR PRICED FOOTWEAR
54 North Pearl St.
Albany, N. Y.
MAY A. BROWN
COLLEGE CANDY SHOP
2GO LARK STREET
203 Central A v e n u e (near R o b i n )
Our Store is
Phone Main 7187
OPTICIAN
We Clean and Dye all kinds of Ladies' and IVien's
Wearing Apparel
811A MADISON AVENUE
Phone West 273
2 3 1 T h i r d Street, A l b a n y , N. Y.
Telephone West
STANLEY
WEEK
OF DEC.
J o h n Barry m o r e
in
We Understand Eyes
a n d distributed un-
der ideal conditions.
up
the formula for a new sundae and called
it the "News Tip Thrill".
The cohec/xion follows the sensations
of the hews reporter when a news tip
comes through. The top of the sundae
is frothy and cold, as real news tips are,
and the bottom of the sundae is solid
and hot—(he perfect ending of a news
lip.
"Shop of Distinction"
TO BUY
RELIABLE
the
(UPSTAIRS)
A Lit lli- S h o p \\ t i . i r An- I-'IHIIHI ( , i l i s l-niiii \ l i m \
I hint's I W i u i i i f u l
Inu-u-siintt \ i u l I si-ful.
TRY OUR TOASTED SANDWICHES
S|H', i,|I.S l l l l
I inuN
I'dSllllllls
Chuck Full of New
Christmas comes but once a year,
And with it comes Our Christm is Club Cheer.
IF
You become a member of our
1928 Christmas Clu b.
Join Anytime
•W„ INTKRKS'I
Gloves
Hosiery
Handkerchiefs
lidded In your nivoiml, if you pay )'<l l l l '
Underwear
CITY
IOO STATIC
I'llll) ill
1>.
r II.ni- w i-si ;'c
KHUII-V
Jj^mtUntarft (^atVtiuia
MS L V I I I . I W I A W I I U C
I'llll.
dl. K'I IIJI'II
Alkmy. X. Y.
H A V I N U N BANK"
A L K A N V , N. V.
HTRKKT
lie.
ranch ol lite- Boulevard Reslaur.int
I OH I K ) SlaW: S i t e d
Flowers
(Eitruitmatf (firiTtimt (tfarita
KOHN BROS.
Dresses
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