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NEW YORK STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
AIJSANV, N. V. WKDNKSDAY, DECEMBER '21, I!t27
Vol,. XII. No. 14
Conference Delegate
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STATE BY RESERVES I INGENIOUS POISONER
Coach Wachter Praises Fastest,
Best Played Game Of
Basketball Season
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f o r athletics.
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WOULD GUARDTRADITIONS
Myskania To Be Chosen From
List Selected By Class
Representatives
Green Team Forced To Use New
Lineup At Beginning
Of Second Half
l i r e d . Stale m i g h t have c a r r i e d (.If the
verdict.
l u ihe first h a l f t h e finlit inn Maker m e n
f o r c e d such a fast pace that three o f the
start,i> K
l)arlmou:l,
player,
including
C a p t a i n Mill l l e e p , w i r e f o r c e d t o r e t i r e
b e f o r e Ihc period ended.
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N e a r the i m l o f 111name, C'arr, S l a t e l e f t f o r w a r d , w ;
Myskania Continues To Control
Class Rivalries Under
New Change
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period
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arc also
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worn.
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d r a p e d effect a r c v e r y p o p u l a r .
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with
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w i t h Ii a i i s p a i e n l v e l v e t l i i n u n i n g s is u a l e d h a n d l e s a r e b e i n g u s e d .
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iIn- l a t e n t .
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b a n , b o o , a n d b i r d ' s eve m a p l e I
i n t o vogue w i l h blouses oi linen, piipie, w i t h v i o l a t i o n s ol dog's head design |
i n c r e p e iU' c h i n e w a l l , g e o m e t r i c t u c k s f o r h a n d l e s are v e r y p o p u l a r .
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Miss J o l m s l o n said.
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The H o o p w a s l o r i u e d m i g i n a l h l o i n i n e a i n r I I o ' l l o c k today, a c c u i d i n j i l o
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b i l l n o w i l is l o keep scollt a, liv alios j l i b , a, l a n . T l e b b i a i v w i l l be open i i u l i l
a l i v e ill C o l l e g e .
5 o ' c l o c k loday.
•r,
'
LIBRARY WILL BE OPEN H>» ,u,,-k ."'r
I-. UNTIL 5O'CLOCK TODAY
1"™"^7!''
T h e proposed a m e n d m e n t f o r the S t u dent A s s o c i a t i o n c o n s t i t u t i o n , as subm i l l e d by the c o m m i t t e e , w i l l be c o n sidered and acted upon in both assemblies,
soon, a c c o r d i n g to R u t h L. L a n e , '28,
president o f the association.
The proposed a m e n d m e n t r e a d s :
Seclioti ° . M y s k a n i a is a College h o n o r a r y society.
I t is composed o f seniors
w h o a r e student leaders and has been
o r g a n i z e d f o r the purpose o f a p p l y i n g
student leadership to t h e w e l f a r e o f s t u dent a c t i v i t i e s .
1. P o w e r s anil a u t h o r i t y
A . T o c o n t r o l class r i v a l r i e s
I i . T o o r g a n i z e the freshman class
C. T o g u i d e social activities
D. T o serve as student representatives t o the f a c u l t y ; e. g . . t o
recognize o r g a n i z a t i o n s and to
see t h a i the c o n s t i t u t i o n s and
i h e b y - l a w s o f these o r g a n i z a tions a r e observed
E. T o preserve the p u r i t y o f c o l lege' t r a d i t i o n s
In T o supervise college and class
n o m i n a t i o n s and elections
11. E l e c t i o n
A . Committee on Consideration
1. S h a l l consist o f
a. The Committee on Limita—.,--<-.-....— ... R P . ' K .
, .
jBite .<
~ f). Those members o f A*Iys^
kam'a w h o a r e not on the
C o m m i t t e e on L i m i t a t i o n
2. P u r p o s e ;
T o consider the
e l i g i b i l i t y t o M y s k a n i a o f the
members
of
(he i n c o m i n g
senior class ( j u n i o r s )
11. C o m m i t t e e o n L i m i t a t i o n
I. S h a l l consist o f
a. O n e
freshman,
to
be
elected by the freshman
b. T w o s o p h o m o r e s , to he
elected by (he sophomore
class
c Three
juniors,
to
be
elected by llie j u n i o r class.
i l . S i x seniors, l o he elected
by llie
from
.Mvskania
senior class
e. Student A s s o c i a t i o n president,
w i n , shall act as
c h a i r m a n o f the C o m m i t tee on C o n s i d e r a t i o n and
o i the ( o i n i u i i i c e on L i m i t a t i o n , a n d w h o shall have
no v o t i n g power in the
( o m n i i i t c e on L i m i t a t i o n
.». E l e c t i o n
a. Member., o f this c o m m i t tee shall be nominated by
i b e i r respective classes iii
assembly on the first b'ri
day a l t e r ( hristnias vacation
b. i hie week f r
thai dale,
members o f this coinuu'ilee shall be elected by
their respective classes in
asselllblv
.1. M e t h o d o l v o t i n g
a Let X c p i a l i h e n u m b e r
o l n a m e , I'm w h i c h each
member , , i die C o m m i t t e e
voles.
X
on I nun,it
shall be , l c : , i mined as f o l l o w s : X shall he equal lo
l.s in a class o f
| |5(|
eligible juniors,
-'tl in a class o f IS1-20Q
eligible juniors,
25 in a class o f 201 -250
eligible juniors,
.ill in a class o f 251-300
eligible juniors,
etc., in the .-ame m a n n e r
Ii. b a d , member o f the c u m i n , l i c e shall d r a w u p a list
oi X juniors from the. list
r.
ill eligible j u n i o r s
Each m e m b e r o f t h e c o m m i t t e e shall d r a w u p g list
of X juniors from those
whose names appeared at
ing
bast once in thefirstvot-
(Comiiuitd on Page 4)
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, DECEMBER 21, 1927
State College N e w s
i
State Five Plays Next Game On Home Court
With Oswego Normal Quintet On January 13
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The Undergraduate Newspaper of N e w York
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Editor
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lulitor
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EDITORS
DESK
MAHUARKT J. STEELE, '30
THE DESERT TRAVESTY OF A CAMEL
Lours J. WoLNBR, '30
KEt'OlCI'ERS
HAMILTON- ACHESON. '30
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(II.AIIVS HATES, '30
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GERTRUDE BRASLOW, '29
EDITH LAWRENCE, '30
DOROTIIV IIRIM.MEK, '30
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ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS—CIRCULATION
NKIII KELLY, '28
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BUSINESS STAKE
EREDRRICK W. CRUMB, '30
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.ANNE STAFFORD, '29
ADVERITSINC! STAFF
IVAN G. CAMI'DELL, '29
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BERTHA W U H A N , 'M!
MARGARET IIFNNINOK
'30
ANNE Sen NF.IIPKH, '29
N E W S CI.I'H
ELIZABETH I'IIEILEI'LAIE. '28 President
A N N E STAFFORD, '29 Via- President
ALICE
REN,Hi', '30
Peg
ure.
is
Just
inch
December 21, 1927
Icts,
the
reach
the advent
2287
and good
What
i.s it t h a t
of
joy from
will
thai
make- children
their
might
makes
world
with
us w a n t
in
our
ahoul
of
old
Kris
first
men-
sleigh
K r i n g k — woven
o f t h e first
bell?
so
exception
I - i l t i n - r a n - b e a u t y o f 1 lit o l d , o l d s l o r \
the manger,
Men
with
their
and
o l d love
the
de-ire
the Star
precious
lo
make
oi t h e L a s t
gifls, lllat
' hri-imas;
I-
side of o u r n a t u r e s
thoughts
of L;i\ i n g ?
\ i s, il
know
i , . i l l ..I l h e - e .
that
in
the p r i \ i b g c
thai
makes
that
o l 111111 i 11 K
both
VOIIUL;
appeals
to
n , revel
a blessing
n.iinlry
Wise
of g i v i n g a n d
makes
and what
a i ln-i-.li.iii
of the Christ
and the
it t h e s p i r i t
o t h , r . happ;.
ailillislic
saline
seas.
judgment, yet they
skull
They
assert
and
rronn i
should
with
sin-
5P0RT.llOuIR!
in a car load.
Dutch
Cleanser,
pig
iron
of
the
cattle,
which
and
were
hu J a ,
grain.
shipments
expression,
work
and
consumptive.
,.,
like
nay-.,
llie
in the
il
,
subject
against
by
the author
the
and
nut
leading
of
The
man
worthy
several
the
genius
the G e r m a n
of
bis best
a n d
the r a i n b o w ;
As
of
biographies.
Germany
as
a
Chancellor
for their
nationality.
a single c o l o r
read i l to g e l the f l a v o r .
from
A
thrill
work.
points o u t , " O n e w h o is not t r y i n g t o carve
but l o trace
before
this
life,
the career
which
of
a
fighter,
was a p e r p e t u a l
stands
struggle,
occasional v i c t o r y , unceasing p a s - i o n , never s a t i s f a c t i o n , f u r
tin- most
p a r i s a g a c i t y , at limes e r r o r , but i n v a r i a b l y
char-
acterized by genius even when m i s t a k e n . "
The
student
of
history
will
treasure chest o f i n t e r p r e t a t i o n s
find
the bonk
from
a veritable
the G e r m a n point o f
view.
Hut l . u d w i g f r e q u e n t l y transcends n a t i o n a l i s m , and
.
,
'
...
,
.
.
,
,
bee
es a n i n t e r n a t i o n a l i s t .
I l i s c h a r a c t e r i z a t i o n s have the
ring o f s i n c e r i t y and c o n v i c t i o n .
H i s style i.s i n t r i g u i n g .
I n t e r e s t i n g points o f v i e w p o r l r a v I b - m a r e k e d i t i n g the
Knts t e l e g r a m ; his „ , T w i l l , Prince F r e d e r i c k a. V e r s a i l l e s ;
bis d i p l o m a c y in f o r g i n g the (,erm;inies i n t o a u n i t ; his
meeting w i l h X a p o l e o i i I I I at l l i a r r i i z .
i- t o
nice ,i . e a r , II il i •. i I M I II \ , i l l s l l c l l
still
if
w e
h a d
h a d
l
> a. in. 12 m. ami
f r e s h
team
m e n
.
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It
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a little
forinaiioii
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were
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b.oid
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Gainuia K a p p a I ' h i extends
sympiithv
t o Marg.-net t'osj.
the death of her b r o t h e r .
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page o n e .
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Kappa
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utgston o f A l h a n j in d i e death o f l l n i i
i l a i i g h l c r , M a r j o r i e . '25,
of N e b r a s k a , d e s e r v e , sllch
that I I e i i s i l j w i n - t , „ i i - c l i
lluunu-uil
In
Ibe
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b r e a k i n g of l i w such s t o r i e s
a n d is l l i e
B(all
source oi m u c h
a n d those
w o i king.- ol
w h o have
ihe paper.
in o n e week
joy anil
an active
i- quite
satisfaction
inlere.-t
in
p l e d g e II
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rsi
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i
STUDENTS SET A HIGH
MARK BUYING SEALS
S t u d e n t s ai M a i , - ( ',,|le.ge a n pi ••
i i ' g t h e i r p h i l a n t h r o p i c sel i ice I n i 1 ,
:
• i c ! i m a r k at w h i c h t h e - a l e ol I In I
mas e a l , has r e a c h e d , ace, „ d i m ,
X e l h L i . I I I I O . M I . ' J o , w h o | , a - be, ,,
. b a r g , ,,| l l , g | „ , , | , , |
lemd
H e i t h a / . i i j a n a n d M e k m i e i , i . , n l , '..'7.
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nine, , ihe , n
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THINGS, MOTTO READS
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and i,edit,
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l i a s the <|ui stion of llie standard school
lndnidii.il
I'.ta I ' h i w c l , n i n e
h c r - b i p Lorn,-, b l u ,
SI A l l . K) D l - U A ' l l i K l - l KA PI'I TSBURCH
il • In si p a p , - p o a i i o i i
column.
national
World
Talks
It doe,-.
\u
H u r r I'rice.
SI.75. dHK
pages.
New ^ , l ! • k ; k'ae I I. I l e n k l e C o m p a n y .
H u r r I ' r i c e , w i n , was editor in c h a r g e o f llie L.uropeaii
e d i t i o n o f the X c w Y o r k I I era Id in 1'aris d u r i n g the c m
cial diiys o f the W o r l d W a r . and w h o has " c w e r e d " several
i u i p o r l a i i l p i a c c conferences since t h e n , has done a ills
linci s e r t i e e |o the w o r l d peace m,,\ enieiil in A i n e r i c i by
w i n i n g Ibis hook
l o r the l i r - l t i m e , he has w r i t l e n a
- i i u i m . i l \ n i what leading
\ i n e r i i ails since llie l i m e of
f r a n k l i n have o u i i l r i b u l c l to the n i o v e l l l e l l l .
\ large |
, n i tin book deals w i t h the Versailles
i - o i i f e n n c e - and the League o l X . i l i o i i s .
T h e accomplish
iin in , o f the league are . I
cled w . o In w a r , a chapter
being d c \ o | e d l o taeb n a r ' s u , , r k . '
'"I lie I . a g u e h a , passed i t - e \ p , r i m e i l t a l stage.
I l is
m i h i s l o i ii- l a , I.
| | is tin i i i i l b c l p.,ml m i llu- roml yet
r e a i b e d b> the w o r l d in i i , pr,,gr, - t o w a r d s peace," M r .
I'll,,- bold-.
T i n - a u t h o r has upheld the standard ,,i h i - j o u r n a l i s t i c
p r o l e s s i o n ill s i i c c i c d i n g in l i n k i n g ,.m the " h o t p o i n t s " ,
the i n t e r e s t i n g m a l l e i ,,t l b , u o i l d pi .,1,1, i n - . I |c discards
iii-ailcinic , i l e u m , nl ,, .ml piesenls f a c t - as be sees l b , i n .
T h e ( o w n . m l o l the I., ague is also included
i Miss
t 0
,
SORORITY NOTES
The
FIVE RIG STORIES "BREAK"
IN LAST WEEK'S NEWS
What arc the Registrar's office I
I .on K l e i n was
W e feel sorry for those w h o didn't.
• ' ' ' ' . ' ' " ' • "''"" "•' " ' ; ' " " " • '
In all prohabilitv we will meet Dart-! , | - | l l l n ; ' •'»'>• penaltj it a iiienibcr
mouth
in
Albany
again
next
y e a r . " 1 ' \ r i , s | , u i a n class u, gleet- t„ pa\ i
I heir m a n a g e m e n t e x p r e s s e d the de j ' l l , p - J
-ire to a r r a n g e a o n e - g a m e trip espeIreslnuen
who do not />ay dues a
cially to pkiv u- next year.
" / ' ' .'"'"''
members
of the class „
Lew
Wachter,
Dartmouth
coach, ('"''•'V'" v < . ' . not allowed to parti, i/y
said that we had seven men who were ' " ' , ' " " '.'!'.'''''.'"'•v '."' ' " » " ' ' ' ''/,/.v.v ojh
as good as any seven he had.
More,
," . •
• ^ '",' l " l h ' ' r l ' 1 ' ' 1 ' '• | i , '
substitutes turned the tide for the Mi111"-''1 ( .'uileriury club at her Ii
Green.
H e also said Saturday's game
'U',1' ' ' I " , v , i
' l l l l l ' - ( l : l v evening
w a s the toughest Dartmouth has h a d !
Sluiiil(l_ l resbnien speak I,, uppcicl.i
llu
this year
' " ''' •'
Certainly,
whether
they
,G,„.-,- ;.',.
|
A l t e r t h e g a m e V e r n e C a r r - a i d lie |
/•ersona/ly or not.
( Loin- Wolncr, ' . I ' . " " ' t l u ' i n c l i n a t i o n t o c u t in l l i e last
presidenl of sophoiiinre cla-s.)
! ' : V ! ! I ! E . , ' 1 1 " " T'-""'
- V ' V 'I1'1
W h i i- m ilhetiiatics required of l i e
I t L ! s w o u l d n 1 c a r r y h i m . A l l o l t h e men ?
| hoys were completely burned out when
]
Ileeause il lliouahl best l>y <<lde< a
the game was over.
wis, r heads.
( I lean Melzler. I
T h
I
, e * ? o y s w e r e h e l P e d a l o t by the
May girl- who are not member- .a
l
S ^ v T l ^ p
ItTp. ''°0te''S
' ™ Y, W. C. A. attend the meetings?
|
Certainly.
T.-oeryone
in
colic,ic
i
welcome, though especially
! ' M\ <' ,i
•member*.
I Margaret
Stouten! HI ,/ '.'•
president).
V E R S A I L L E S , LEAGUE OF NATIONS
FEATURE "THE WORLD TALKS IT OVER"
we h a \ e
put up
They all
in when the first team tired the
•
,
, ,• . ,
, ,.
,
. ,
,
,,„„
I ring been dcliniiclv settled:
result might have been different.
Sixteen straight .games but llie h o y s ;
'•'"'•
' ' " ' tradition says that the seal
played a heller g a m e than in any of land design be maintained,
although ///,
those sixteen.
Lei's win all the rest \size and hind of uohl to be used moo: ',
of our games this year.
\ changed
(\lyikauiat
Saturday
we
had
absolutely
the'
'
'••M
I low Met/.le
is I lean
Metzlcr a d d n - - c d w l-i i
j greatest
there w a scheering
over inthat
the State
H i g h College
school j 'Mr."
l
doctor.
Hitherl H ' nas
exhibited.
W h a t athat
crowd
" dean,
spokenmislei
to as "Dean
i ghas
y m ! ever
Coach
Baker estimated
one „"'.''.'.
Miss
I:
thousand college people saw the game. ' ' . " ' , " ' ' ''' j'"'"' / ' ' • ' '
efforts.
a w a i t s the reader o f this m o n u m e n t a l
l.udwig
a monument
pay homage
the book i.s to e x t r a c t
one must
of a d m i r a t i o n
t h'lnrenee
Toller,
/•'reshntun
i/iiardiau
i .11! questions will be answered
by an
authority whose name will be a'roeu with
the answer.
Address
questions
to l o
t/iniu llii/i/ins,
editor, and leave in the
mailbox
under llie stairs.)
put
Hoheiuollcrn,
A n d it is t o llie
they
o u r best p l a y e r in o u r o p i n i o n .
|
Dartmouth had a wonderful
chiaroscurislic
bouse of
in the carving
people
1
,
i p l a y e d t h e g a m e s of t h e i r l i v e s a n d d e -
is a master of
best selling
imperial
modern state, l . u d w i g declares.
games
Dartmouth Saturday.
I serve w o r l d s o f credit.
The Iron Chancellor has often been pictured in obscure and
manner
,
\ \ e want lo c o n g r a t u l a t e the p l a y e r s
in llisiiiarck.
has a
l
with
Ludwig, llie master of biography, presents what is probably his best
that
74
2-1.07
SPRAYS
of
Hismarek.
The Story
of a Fighter.
By Kind l.udwig.
franslalcd Iron, the Cernian by F.den and Cedar Paul.
S3. 001 panes.
Boston: Little, Brown and Company.
Is i l t h e
fantastically
t h e ( b r i i m a - season ':
child,
loads
By W . M . F
to
circle
c a l l s f o r t h l l i e shout
In art-' at t h e fall
d a k e a m ! j i n g l e of t h e
snow
tradition
car
the
partial c o l o r s ; now he is sel down in a truly
be c a l l e d
t h r i l l at t h e v e r y
L il t h a t
young
under
that there is not a cough
Old
Bismarck,
we arc a l l filled
the w h o l e
What
sailed
seven
and
gold.
were no coughs in any of these
amazed
t i o n of C h r i s t m a s ?
loads
P A U L ' S TRANSLATION OF LUDWIG'S
BISMARCK" REVEALS AUTHOR'S BEST
as
9\
30.3
Percentage
.007
The quantity of treasure
car
j for the wonderful
of a l l happy N e w
of w h a t
of t h e y e a r ,
out and include
Totals
Average
Won
Lost
2
1
Skid,
'
of g r e e t i n g , b u t w e m e a n i i t o t h e
.season
of cheer
a glow
cattle,
There
T o quote, f r o m
before
happiest
are
have
through
mellow
gular stupidity
of t y p e !
X'ow, just
the
Captain
I have seen car loads of lumber, cabbages, coal, Chevro-
Vol. X I I . Xn. 14
a n d the happiest
a word
There
adventurers
cross-bones
"MERRY CHRISTMAS," SAYS NEWS
Years!
and
Secretary-Treasurer
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v's
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These
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W i t h jovial generosity these cutlass weilders share
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"'•ship
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Sari;,,
'_'„; Marion
U o o l c o e k , 2'J; l i c l l y L u n d y , M i l d r e d
Newkn-k and K a i b c r i i i e
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KiNDERUOOK
Professor John M . V n l c - uddia—,d i
I ' a r e n i T c a c l i e r s ass,.cialion in K i n d
book l l e i - e l l l l n | L I
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, DECEMBER 21, 1927
JUNIORS SCORE "A" IN MRS. LANE, '93, MISS
ALUMNI TO ATTEND Student Opinion Is 7-5 in Favor Of Ruling
COLLEGE ARMY TEST KNIGHT VISIT COLLEGE
Of Council On Scholarship Requirements
SYRACUSE MEETING
Dr. Graves W i l l Give Address
On " E d u c a t i o n For Service,"
Conference Theme
Several Stale ('nlle.uc alumni air ex
pri'tri! In attend llic forty-third annual
incctiiiK nf (Ik' Assoi i a l n l Academic
Principals in Svracu.se, December 11,
28 ami _'".
The conference I heme u ill he "Kdtt
calion for Sen ice." and I >r. I'rank I'.
Graves, slale commissioner of education, will deliver an address on (he
topic.
Dr. Avery \V. Skinner, director " I
the examinations and inspections divi
sioii of the Slale Kducalion deparl
incut, will open (he program Tuesday
afternoon, December _'/. at -I o'clock,
with an address of welcome. The annual dinner will be al the I l o t r l Syra
cuse.
Car] \\.
Alverson, I'onnerh
principal ol the Central III'KII SI IKM.J,
Icudclll of scl
Is in eiiaree of M I mid
ary educalioii ,il S\ lacu^e, u ill a. I as
toastmaster.
( In W c h i , -das muniine.. DeCcinbci
J.S. General I I M K I I A. Dr
ol the
I'lliled Si.lie- .11 i n ; . u ili open the pro
(.li.iiii witli an addrr--. .m l In- iraiiiin.u
camp movciiiciil. l i e will he full.,wed
l,v Dr. ITc.lcrick H. Kn«ei>. chief ol
(he I>I)\ deal educalioii I.urea
lie
Siaie h'.ihn alioii drparlnieiit.
HENRIETTE FRANCOIS
ELECTED PRESIDENT
OF ARCHERY CLASS
Stale COIICKC h.i- adopted a new
..pm-l. arrhcrv.
\ l the la-i meeting
of the .Archery club it was decided
In make Ihe cluh a cl.i-- with a pi a -i
deal and Irea-iirer • • 11; 11.11 lo the leiic
iim class, I lein iella l-'rancois, '_"', u as
elc.'le.l pre-idenl ami Louise Dubee.
".it), secretary.
'•Orders have been taken lor b m \ aud the . 1 , . - will hold a me, line asoon as ihe I m u , come," said Mi-.1'iaiicois.
••Membership in the class i- . pen
to all college students." -aid Miss
I'raIIei lis.
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
INSTITUTE REGISTERS
79 STUDENTS HERE
There were -eveiil; nine -tudeii:- fee
islered for ihe child dew l,.ptiieiil in-li
tnie which look place in tin I'nil.irian
church. M i - hh.ianu h'. Winch. II. a
member n Ihe eioii|i ilea poii-oicd the
mcelinn-. -aid loda;.
A feature ol the ii,-lilule wa- ihe Ii i
What tin the sorority members themChrissic Curtis, '28, of Eta Phi, says,
selves think of the new ruling? Though "1 think that since the sorority is a social
the majority approve, there are many unit that scholarship should not enter in
who think it harmful,
and that if a sorority is proud enough of
Rose Dninsky, '29, of Pi Alpha Tail
sorority, says, " I do not think il is a its own standing it will lake care of its
own
scholarship.
If a sorority still
good idea because il lowers the standard
of scholarship among freshmen and wishes to uphold Ihe sorority standard il
hciehten- the social aim to an extreme should use discretion in choosing the girls
winch is beyond an advisable point. Mosl I wishes to take in."
ilhei colleges have a scholarship standard, , Kutli Lane '2K, of I'si Gamma sorority
because, after all, we do not .en to col- am] president of the student body, says
lege purely lor social reasons and so briefly, " I f a girl's scholarship is high
should noi lose sight of educational enough to prevent her from being flunked
mil of college, it is high enough for her
standards."
b'loreiicc Cook, '2'), of Kappa Delia In enter a sorority."
-ororily, voices her approval bv saying,
Margaret Cosgro, '2'K of Gamma
"I like il because I think the standard of Kappa Phi, says, "Personally I do not
Slale College is high enough without approve of it. 1 think if a girl knows
making il higher in order to get into a -he las lo have good scholarship to get
sorority. I think if a girl has the ability into a sorority, she will work for it."
lo gel into and remain in Stale College.
Patricia O'ConncI, '28, (.'hi Sigma
her scholastic ability is proved.
How- Tbela, -ays, "As it is now. I like il, and
ever, sororities should continue In strive think il worth; of a try-out," and Anne
for scholarship amongst their members." llnlroyd '28, Beta Zela, agrees with her
" I think the in w ruling is all right," in saving, " I think it wise and believe
a\s Louise Tra.sk, '.ill, of Delia Omega. I il will work out with the best results."
"I think sororities will now have their
Salh Law. '28, of Phi Delta, says, "1
iv.II siandards.
I don't believe the think ii is very good as far as the social
scholarship will change any, only that part is Concerned, hill the sorority will
now ii is up lo ihe sororities in -ce thai haw to make its own standard since
lln members live up to il. The gills who | | In re is now none made for it."
ioin the sororities will have to keep up
\'ow lo hear a few of the opinions
llicir scholarship for ihn'r own sakes from the masculine point of view. Robert
md for the -ake oi the sororities."
Shillinukaw. '2°, and brands Griflin, '28.
Disapproval is voiced h> h'.lhe! KfTrnii, '.,,ih incinbtrs of Kappa Delia Run
28, ol Alpha Kp-ilou Phi, who says, "I fraicriiitv, contrast then' opinions. Shi!
don'l approve of it at all. I think there I hie, law says, "I think that I liters.innate
hoiild he a -on of impetus mi entering Council would have made a wiser forward
a sorority, and scholarship re<|iiii einciil step had il limited the live-year prohaliivas ih.il impetus. The new ruling places tjon period. The new ruling is in my
ihe .or.u-ii; mi a social basis and offers estimation, not a step forward, because
inching lo -el
I siandards."
anvhodv can eel in a sororitv now. and
I he opinion ol Genevieve Cole, '2<), of - n ' l don't think il will mean as much
Mph i K'lio. i-, " | don't think the new j h ir tin in as il would if ibey had to work
some girl- wmk for scholarship merely!
i- •
in- lo an end and if the purpose
lor Ihe mid i removed, llicre will he
need on ihe means.
When sororities
I
vv there is no limited scholarship, thev
will di-i.eard scholarship standards."
COATr VISIT MY HOME an!,7,u2
h.ver cried over relusiug a bid to a ,.,,,|
daiua' In cause vou had "nothing to
wen":
Vou need never do so again.
I have il
ghl of a way to help you I
Heine a college alumna, I know' vour
needThis is inv idea:
Mam lovcl.v dresses ..fieri
and
(Waning and winter Coals, fur irinnncil,
are hanging unused in inv wardrobe.
\\ oiild vou like to ii in or buy one or
home on ( hri-imas
in id nice chain i Hoiigli lo uiaki
In
(Continued from Page 1)
the preliniuian ea
he
I'M miinil winter coat- and Imelv
.In -is are wkliin volii reach for a -mall
i.e
\'o .me e e l know, lor I ask that
Is
lo
,.o.
Illlllo.
i w
-.
will he open lo vmi
Ad
Mm
svl,
ami \llen pi,o.d well ha the I.I.W
la ,ter -larred im Ihe \i id. no
Y.ni
vou
il a s u c c e s s !
from
i lain in tin , v, nine. I
e up-lairs |,,
do a on nel.I al In id oi -laiivv.iv
\ ,,u
,.il! he w. I. ..in • , veil Ihoiieh m i l do noi
ei-ioii I,.' !\|bain \c.id.-nn wluu llall.n
heck diopp.-d ., Ii Id ill',. Ihe h.l-kcl IM
.;ne hi- club a ml. puiul lead with l i m n
sec
vaeatimi will
Lei ilie riiit
I
L,IK.,N :„
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CANDIES
For Christmas
MAY GO TO CONFERENCE
Dean William I I . Mel/lcr may go
lo Syracuse lo attend ihe conference.-.
Ihal are held there every < h n - l m a vacalion for academic principals.
If
lie remains in Albany he will spend h i ,
lime working on College problems and
uialhemal ics.
ALIENS
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Away iVom home when eve-
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Alumni returning to State recently
have found great changes.
Lillian
Paynter, '93, who became a faculty
member doing critic work in the model
school in 1897 and later married Til8(1leir. S. Lane of Spokane, Washington,
returned to visit Dean Anna E, Pierce
and found among the present faculty
only the familiar faces oi Dean Fierce
md Dr. Leonard \V. Richardson, bead
of the Latin department. Miss M a r y
Knight and Miss Mabel Gordon, both
if the class of '01, also returned, Miss
Knight is leaching in Troy and Miss
Gordon in Walerfurd.
VIS1T BBTA ZETA
IF YOU NEED A DRESS,
ink r\ iew- w ilh ihe ni.iiher- on the re-iil
denli.il.
..I Ihe . sailiiii.iiM.ll-, Ml— \\ n i d n l l il •
Mv lean,
There will he a -. lie- of -imilai in. '
in...- human . i l . I ehruan I. ..'.
Grillin i- in favor of the new rule
because, he sav-, " I l doe- not limit the
hoice of nc-hinen and will lend lo make
the social standard in Ihe sororities
legher even though ihe scholarship stand
ar.l will be lower."
From the army tests which have
been given to psychology classes, there
have been interesting results.
There were 136 scores distributed.
On the whole test there was a possibility of 212 points.
In the junior
class there were 2 wdio had between
1W and 200, 10 between 180-190, Li
between 170-180, 2,i between 160-170,
,54 between I SO-160, and 20 between
1-10-150.
The remainder scored less
I ban 140. Median score was 154.26.
A rating was given to persons between
135-212, Ii rating was given 1115-134,
C + rating was given 75-104, and C rating was given 45-74. I!y this rating
the people having a median score were
given a grade of A - f .
Practically the entire junior class
made scores of A and H.
In the army, when the lests were
given to non-selected individuals, the
officers rated H and the remainder C
or less, showing that the average army
score was C while the average junior
score here in College is A.
Ill
CENTRAL AVENUE
nings are long and lonesome,
a chat over the telephone with
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For
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Cl.lt takes hnl a few minutes
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, DECEMBER 21, 1927
28 Of 74 Faculty Members Here Graduated
From State;5Received Higher Degrees Here
From being students of pedagogy to graduated in 1918, was named instructor
reaching the peak of teachers of teachers in home economics.
The same year
seems to be a long stride, yet it is one Hazel Rowley was appointed to the phywhich has been made by almost fortyfive percent of the faculty of State sics department,
Margaret I). Bclz, who was graduated
College.
Of the seventy-fout" members of the from the college in 1922 was added to
faculty listed in the 1927 college year the chemistry department faculty the
book, the Pedagogue, twenty-eight are
Miss J. Isabellc Johnston
graduates of the college, or of the Stale same year.
Normal School as it was known until and Maud G. Malcolm were also added
1914 and another group of live have r e - to the faculty in 1922. Miss Johnston
ceived higher degrees from the college became instructor in physical education
as a result of post graduate work.
and Miss Malcolm in French.
Miss Anna E. Pierce, dean of women,
The next year Queene [-Ionian Faust
is the only administration officer who was added to the biology department
has received any degrees from the col- faculty immediately upon her graduation,
lege. She was graduated from the col- and Miss Catherine PelU, who had been
lege and later earned her degree of graduated a year previous, became an
master of pedagogy at the college. She j instructor in English
was made dean of women in 1909,
In 1924 Miss Ethel L. [itiyclc became
Miss Eunice A. Perine, who received assistant librarian at the college. She
her Pd.B. degree at the college in 1900 was a member of the class of 1922.
was added to the faculty as instructor in
The year I92S saw five former students
fine arts the same year. Five years later, named to the faculty. Elizabeth I.). .AnJohn M. Sayles, at present the principal derson became a supervisor of practice
of the Millie High school was added to teaching and Miss Helen T. Fay became
the teaching ranks, having earned bis manager of the college Co-op, Milliceut
degree of I'd.I!, in 1901 at the college. E. Uurhans was appointed assistant inTwo vears alter that came Professor C. structor of French, Mary C. (irahn was
A. VVoodard, head ol the biology de- added to the English faculty and Ralph
partment who also received the degree of A. Heaver joined the department of
I'd.I!, at the college.
mathematics,
Miss Anne L. d i s h i n g and Miss ElizIn I'L'o, six mure graduates were
abeth F. Shaver were made supervisors named to the faculty. Marjnrie T. Belnf practice teaching sunn after.
Both lows became instructor of English imreceived degrees from the collee.e.
mediately upon her graduation.
Miss
The year 1912 saw John A. Mahar .Mice E, t'lear received a similar appointnamed assistant professor of French and] ment the same year. She was graduated
also the appointment of Miss Lydia A. in 1922. Miss Alice A. Gooding was
Johnson as supervisor of practice teach- added tu the department of biology in
'»£•
: 1926. She was a member of the class
In 1915, Clarence A. Hidlcy and t bar- w i , i d l graduated that lime,
lotte Lneb, boil, graduates ol the m i l e •
Mill,,,, (i. Nelson who was graduated
that year, were added to the history and | i n P L M w a s I l l ; l ( k , ; l l l a S M S | a l U ,„-,, ,,.,..,„•
French department
of education in 192n and Janet I!. SI
The next year Miss Blanche M. Avery field was appointed assistant supervisor
was added to the faculty and in 1"I7 of English in I92d. two v ears after her
Miss.-Agnes E. ITittcrer became an in- graduation.
Jeanctta M. Wright, instructor in English. She was graduated itruetor in chemistry was also added in
from the college the year previous tu I'L'o, being appointed shortly alter her
her appointment.
graduation.
Minnie B. Scotland and Edith Owen
Wallace were added to the biology ami
latin staffs the next year, both having
been graduated from the college.
Xo more graduates of Stale College
were named for (lie m.M three vears lint
Successors
To
in 1921, A. .May Eillingham, 'who was
MYSKANIA ELECTED FROM
LIST
(Continued from Page 1 )
d. Each member of the committee shall draw up a list
of X juniors from those
whose names appeared on
at least two lists in the
second voting
c. Each member of the committee shall draw up a list
of X juniors from those
whose names appeared on
al least three lists in the
third voting
f. The voting shall continue
in this maimer until the
list of juniors is no less
than .10 and no more than
COLLECT $10,769 FROM
STUDENT TAX TO DATE]
Professor Clarence A. llidley, treasurer of the student board of finance,
announces that 979 student tax tickets
have been issued up to Friday.
This
makes the total amount of $10,769 paid
toward the budget.
Marion E. Hollo and II. Ellsworth
Kirtland were nominated for the office
of treasurer at a meeting of the sophomore class Friday morning.
Louis J.
YVolner, class president, appointed Virginia Roosa to till the position until a
g. Final ballot: Each mem- treasurer is elected. The vacancy in the
ber of the committee shall olrice occurred through the withdrawal
vote for fifteen from this from College of Thomas Heriiey, former
list of .ill to 50 juniors
treasurer, who was freshman vice-presiC. Committee mi Ejection
dent last year.
I. M.vskania shall elect from a
list made up of the fifteen
juniors who appear on the
greatest number of lists from
the last ballot of the Committee mi Limitation and the
three juniors mi the said
committee
.'.. This list shall be in the hinds
of Myskania al least lu<.
AND
v . n k s before Moving Up
I lay
DEC.
22-23-24
GEORGE JESSELL
I). The president of (he Student
In The Gn-.il Comedy
Association shall be a member,
•SAILOR IZZY
MURPHY"
ex-ollicio, of Mvskania.
DEC.
2G-27-23
RIN TIN TIN
The Wonder Dog In
Permanent Waves
rivaled
only by nature.
Special Prices for December.
F i n g e r W a v e or Marcelle.
See LEONE
Main 7034
''Dependable
Flowers
Ve Telegraph Flowers to nil
Of the World
I a
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Richard Healy C o .
Importer)!
DIRECTION
MARK
ARKAY
a n i l l m l y r I " .1 k i l l j !
The next meeting ni the i luh v. i
]iursda\, .human 12. at 7 :M) O'I In
WEEK
STEUBEN STREET
Corner J a m e s
TELEPHONE MAIN 3<)5
STANLEY
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COMPANY
ti
OF DEC. 26
A\y Be?
Girl"
Staltlers
R i TZ.
W . C . Fields
and
Chester Conklin
in
T w o Flarnipg
Youtbs"
THE
ALBANY
THEATRES
LELAND
CLINTON
SQUARE
OF FILM CLASSICS
FACIA SI VF PICTURES
<»}> STATE STIlEIflT
ALBANY, N. Y,
C. H. B U C K L E Y , O w n e r
N E X T WEEK
AMERICAN
AND
CHINESE
Open 11 until 2 A, M.
I.
del
D a n c i n g 10:30 till 1 A . M„ E x c e p t S u n d a y
44 State St.
Phone Main 7187
linuer W i viny;
Artistic Haircuttinn
C h u c k Full of N e w
10-1 J SOI Til I'KAKI, ST.
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with
Matt M o o r e
Permanent YV ivinu
"We
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Phone West 7613
EYEGLASSES
Hosiery
5 0
OPTOMETRIST
Handkerchiefs
N
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Albany,N.Y-
OPTICIAN
COLLEGE CANDY SHOP
IMS CiMil.i al Avenue at. Uobin
.Albany. X. V.
203 Central A v e n u e ( n e a r Robin)
Underwear
IRYOUR TOASTED SANDWICHES
I.'.
Mil.HAM,
I'i'o|i,
MILHAM'S
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P E R M A N E N T W A V I N G SPECIALIST
S l ' A W TK1CATMKNTS. II.\IK h M - I N U ANI i T l N'l IN<i
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10 No. Pearl Si,
Special Attention Given to Children
Tolophono
We*t5237
I rancli
of the Boulevard Reslauranl
1 0 8 - 1 10 Stale Streel
1'rivuln Kill r a i i r u for Ladii'H
H a r b e r mtfc 2fttnutty|)arlur
Jfflal? & (En.
KV'
Reenie A d o r e e
and
Antonio Moreno
Gloves
Dresses
N E X T WEEK
OU'tentnl and (Occidental llesterumut
THE CLAJRK Br :AUT\ SI IOPPE
Flowers
AMERICA
WEEK OF DEC. 26
it.
ALSO OPERATING
AND REGENT
110MK
OF
MARK ~ " 7
Mary Pickford
P h o n e Main 3775
Hair I) ressliif;
Our Store is
BUILDING
94 and 96 State Street
Albany, N. Y.
ST/U-:I:'
S TRANLJ
p t o w m SHOP
NEW YORK STATE NATIONAL BANK
D.iillif ln-it Sullivan .'. Sullivan ,li, -. I i.,.b,
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Retailers
Suits, Costumes
Garments, Furs
CIHHIU-IS:
Sf„tt
and
Parts
299 C E N T R A L A V E .
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Kinif, '.!'<; K.iy Sullivan, '-"', « m !«.. I'rniii
Vicioi Slarr, '.'!".
Chess:
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18 S t e u b e n S t .
ESTABLISHED
Worcester, Mam., 1882 Albany, N. Y..I8'J3
PROCW
Grand
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
Ice Cream, Confectionary, and Home Made Sandwiches
At a meiting oi the Chess and Checker
club Wednesday, games were played with
the following results:
WHERE BETTER BOBS ARE KNOWN
NAME BOTTO, KIRTLAND
FOR SOPH TREASURER
MAISTELMAN BROS.
DODGE FEATURES HERE
WITH CHESS, CHECKERS
If you see one you know it's a
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