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INSTITUTE THURSDAY
BEFORE ASSEMBLY
Robert Frost, m o d e r n N e w E n g l a n d
By R O Y V . S r u . i v A N
Wife, Working In Soviet Russia, poet, w i l l lecture in the a u d i t o r i u m o f
State College five faces i t s second b i g
Arise I n
the
H i s t o r i c a l and A r t institute T l u t r s - I All Legislation Will
Appears To Clear Husband
lesi o f the y e a r when the S t . B o n a v e n Assemblies According
day at ,H:.!() o'clock.
T h e program,
Near Conviction
l u r e quintet invades t h e S t a t e court t o To New System
w h i c h is presented under the auspices
morrow.
T h e Purple and Gold outfit
T h e F a l l o n t r i a l came t o a sensational o f t h e C h u r c h M i s s i o n o f H e l p , w i l l
w i l l have t o play better t h a n they d i d close M o n d a y a f t e r n o o n w h e n t h e w i f e
consist o f readings f r o m the poet's o w n C U R T I S O P P O S E S
HAVE GENERAL MEETINGS
MOVE
last week i n d o w n i n g the O s w e g o N o r - w h o m T h o m a s P. F a l l o n was charged
mal o u t f i t , f o r this year the w e s t e r n e r s w i t h h a v i n g m u r d e r e d rushed into t h e
n
State College News T o Enter rank w i t h the D a r t m o u t h l i v e i n basket- c o u r t - r o o m . F a l l o n w a s indicted f o r I ^ l i g h s h I p i S X b ! ! : ' n ^ r ^ v s k a n i a . Will A c t O n l y A s
Teachers' College Group
m u r d e r in t h e l i r s l degree e a r l y last mended the lecture as well w o r t h hear
Judiciary Body Under
ball.
D r . Hastings n u t Robert
Frost
Proposed Plan
Again This Year
St. l i o i i a v c n l u r e , this year, has one o f m o n t h . T h e j u r y a c q u i i t c d the defendant in--!.
the fastest a n d best c o m b i n a t i o n s m i soon a t i e r M r s . F a l l o n ' s appearance.
three years ago a n d engaged i n t w o
Mrs.
b a l l o n is i n t h e employ o f d i ehours conversation w i t h the poet. l i e
T i n - . S T . v i i l OI.I wiK N'KVVS w i l l enter eastern college c o u r t s , l i s t i n g
victories
T h i s m o r n i n g ' s assembly w i l l he d e tin- I'liurlh a n i m a l c o n v e n t i o n and contest nver C o r n e l l , Clark.son and t h e I ' n i v c r - I ' n i t e d Slates Secret S e r v i c e C o i n m i s
f o u n d the latter a most d e l i g h t f u l per I V l l kled
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sily o f Rochester.
T h e live m e n w h osimi, and l.isi I k T c m b c r was sent upon -on.
1 n l i k e d i e t r a d i t i o n a l poet, he l o r r e v i s i n g o u r student g o v e r n m e n t .
l i n n , in \ i - \ v V u r k c i t y , M a r c h U and 10. w i l l probably start f o r the S a i n t - have
i m p o r t a n t a n d d a n g e r o u s mission to I seems i n have a good slock , , f c o m m o n
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1 n e w plan, submitted b y
Tin.- N ' K W S last year placed second in placed t o g e t h e r f o r t h e last l i v e o r six viet U'lissia.
H e r t r i p , because o f i t s sense. M r . H a s t i n g s - a i d
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years. Thc.v played as the A q u i n a s H i g h Importance, was kept u n k n o w n I n everv j
tin- contest t o (Iclerinini- the bcs| news
l-Johcrl L i , , - i i , d i e l y p i c a l Yankee in F m a n u e l ( i r e e n , '2-0, Louis W o l n e r , '30,
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one (xeept h e r husband a n d h e r t w i n some wavs, D r . H a y i n g ' s f o u n d , and has and T h o m a s l-'allon, '29, created c o n s i d champions
before they c u - sister, who came t o l l n - b a l l o n home t o his shaie o f N'evv F n g l a u d shrewdness,
l-'.dwin K. \ ' a n K k - c c k , schoolboy
n n r i n a l schools,
erable e x c i t e m e n t .
T h e plan
briefly
keep house d u r i n g M r s F a l l o n ' s absence. H e has a f a r m near l i e n n i u g t o i i , V t , ,
now p r i n c i p a l o f the j u n i o r h i g h s d I ll red S | . Hoiiaventure college.
1. A l l legislation
t i n pa.sl f o r m , tin- western team should j T h e death o f t h e sister d u r i n g (his l i m e | and spends • ie l i m e there wlieii not - l a n d is as f o l l o w s :
system at P l a t l s b u r g h , was then e d i t o r
T h r e e Consecutive E d i t i o n s
Must Be Entered, Rules
Of Contest State
fortable margin.
I l o w c v c r , arotisi-d suspicions a n d F a l l o n was a r w r i t i n g pnetrv o r l e c t u r i n g i n ins class
in-chief.
M a g a z i n e s and newspapers f r o m h i g h die S t a t e C o l l e g e court isn't o n e that rested f o r m u r d e r o f h i s supposed w i f e , r o o m ai the I u i v e r - i l v o f M i c h i g a n .
schools, n o r m a l schools a n d colleges in h e l p - a visiting team even a l i t t l e b i t .
I l e i n g unable i n disclose t i n - where i
This poet, f a n n e r , teacher, is much
the I ' n i t e d Stales may be entered in the .\<li\ |o this the f a d that i h e S l a t e C o l - annuls o f his w i l e , b a l l o n laced the t r i a l , interested
in educational
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contest.
T h e rules p r o v i d e lh.it three lege g a m e is Hie last o l a s i x game t r i p I ; „ 1 ( | procedure pointed t o w a r d convic
f r o m his experience a l v a r i o u s colleges
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consecutive issues o f the papers preceding w i n c h the westerners a r e m a k i n g , t h e , „ „ , .
T h e c o u r t - r o o m was a scene o f t u m u l t o f education hut has manv
ink-resting
F e b r u a r v A shall he entered. Special edi- I l " n u ' l l V L ' | K 1 S ; l ' • ' " ' rliance t o a n n e x
tions are b a r r e d .
l' 11 ^ game.
M o n d a y m o r n i n g when M r s . l-"allon burst ideas
o n t i n - subject,
according t o
T h e P u r p l e and C o l d lineup w i l l prob
in die door w i t h the cry o f " T o m , dear," D r . H a s t i n g
Fach school o r college w i l l he a l l o w e d
ablv be t i n same a s ' t h e one f o r the ( )s- and rushed i n i o the d e f e n d a n t ' s
i n d e n t s ' in.-iv ohlain tickets f r o m the
to send t o the c o n v e n t i o n as many dele
wego g a m e w i t h Captain K u c z y n s k i and
nates as i l chooses. I Inly one delegate
b a l l o n had just - h o w n a t e l e g r a m which C o - o p f o r SI.(III. T h e r e g u l a r admissioi
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M u r p h y , secretary o f the association, and | \ _ " " _ _ . . . _ „ . . _ : i . . _ . .
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i n s t r u c t o r i n h i s t o r y at I l u n t e r colli-gi
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( )ne class f o r a l l teacher t r a i n i n g i n - t i
the j u r y r e p o r t e d a verdict o f a e i p i i l l a l
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f o l l o w i n g its p r e s e n t a t i o n . ; 2 I f passed
by the m a j o r i t y o f students (lie b i l l goes
to the e x e c u t i v e c o u n c i l ; 2. I f m a j o r i t y
o f the members o f Ihe e x e c u t i v e council
sign the b i l l , I h e council proceeds t o e x k- i l ; -1. A m i n o r i t y i n t h e student
' " " l v m a - v ; i PPcal t o M y s k a n i a , w h o w i l l
grant a b e a r i n g .
A t the h e a r i n g , t h e
m i n o r i t y lias a chance l o present i t s
v i e w - ; 5. M y s k a n i a g r a n t s i t s decision
die f o l l o w i n g week.
T h i s decision isfinal
T w o questions pul to ( i r e e n a r e : " H o w
w i l l p r o b l e m o f o r g a n i z a t i o n s be h a n dled:"
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CT A Tr> / i / \ i i r / i p : " 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' "evv s y s t e m ? "
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prosecuting a l l o r n e y .
| u i t s o r g a n i z a t i o n al a meeting and tea ' .'' I i l l s | l , : i " u ; i s ' n , r e d e m o c r a c y a n d
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teachers' college publications f r o m the j r e v i e w b e f o r e e x a m i n a t i o n s a l l the w o r k inent _' class o f P r o f e s s o r D a v i d H u t - W a s o r g a n i z e d and a
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t h e semester,"
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" I f von have picked m i l I Jane F o r m a n c k , '.10, acted as llu- erst- I club newspaper w i l l be sent to each mem ,
Clevi'laiid, Ohio,
j die h i g h lights, it is not necessary m i while w i f e o f l-'allon.
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'2'J, was m i n t c r i e r , a n d T i l l i e Paul,
O t h e r ollicers elected were • \ I a r v - l u d i t l i l < ; " " a - presented these q u e s t i o n s : " W o u l d
N'ew Y o r k cilv w i l l be a r r a n g e d f o r t h e
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STATE COLLEGE N*£WS, JANUARY 20, 1928
State College N e w s
ESTABLISHED By T H E CLASS OF 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for Teachers
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NEWS BOARD
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Editor
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Managing
Editor
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Published every Friday in the college year by (he Editorial Hoard
representing the Student Association. Subscriptions, $2.25 per year,
single copies, ten cents. Delivered anywhere in the United States.
Entered as second class matter at postomcc, Albany, N. V.
The News does not necessarily endorse sentiments expressed in
contributions. N o communications will he printed unless the writers'
names are left with the Editor-in-Chief of the News. Anonymity
will be preserved if so desired.
"ALL-AMERICAN"
AND " P A C E M A K E R "
AWARDS,
C. I. P . A., 1927
SECOND
P R I Z E AS " A M E R I C A ' S B E S T TEACHERS
N E W S P A P E R , " C. S. P. A., 1927
COLLEGE
P U N T E D BY MILLS ART PRESS, 394-396 Broadway—Main 2287
ALBANY, N . Y., January
20, 1928
G.A.A. ANNOUNCES 7
BASKETBALL TEAMS
FOR OPENING GAMES
"NOT ENOUGH TIME TO TRANSACT
BUSINESS," IS COCHRANE'S OBJECTIONS
Vol. X I I , No. 16
NEWS WILL SEND DELEGATES
TO COLUMBIA PRESS CONGRESS
Once again the STATE COLLEGE N E W S lias the opportunity
of. participating in the Columbia Scholastic Press association convention and contest in New York city. This will
be the second convention at which the N E W S will have had
representation this year. It is at such a time as this that
a college group or organization coming into contact with
similar other groups and organizations, realizes the unity
of enterprise and interest that exists between the many
schools of the country, and makes of this unity a potential
machine—huge and efficient—operating for the betterment
of all.
We feel ourselves highly privileged and fortunate to be
included in this group, and look forward to the day of help
and advice awaiting us at Columbia.
STUDENT ASSOCIATION TO ACT
FIRST UNDER NEW PLAN
The student association, made up of individuals endowed
with reasoning powers and equipped with organs of speech,
cannot feel itself inadequate for the settling of matters of
ordinary importance and occurrence.
Unusual situations,
unsatisfactorily handled by the student body, will, at the
request of a certain number of dissatisfied individuals, be
handled by Myskania. This is a body of seniors, each a
leader in some collegiate activity. This group, unprejudiced
because of the several different fields which it includes, and
competent, because it represents students, who, after four
years of life at State, have gained for themselves positions
of prominence, is fitted, better than any other student
group, to pass final judgment on disputed questions.
The student association, under the proposed plan, will
have the first chance to act upon all matters of student
interest and to settle them to the satisfaction of the student
body. In the case that it fails, and only then, is the
matter referred (at the request of the association) to
Myskania. What could be more satisfactory?
The student body will be given a definite part in student
affairs. It will govern activities, and, because of the responsibility which the students know they will have in the
success of these activities, they will develop a new interest
in their entire college life. Everyone will be working together for one common end—the good of State College.
Under the new system, will there not be a new interest
in College activities excited, a new feeling of unity and
good will fostered, and withal a more personal attitude for
the individual developed?
HEAR ROBERT FROST THURSDAY
IN SPITE OF EXAMINATIONS
Students of State College are being given a most unusual
and unique opportunity Thursday evening in that they will
be privileged to hear Robert Frost, a poet of high rank in
America today. The Church Mission of Help is extending
to the students of State College an invitation not only In
be present at the meeting, but also to come at a reduced
rate, so anxious are they to have the student.-, hear this
poet, author, farmer and teacher.
It is rarely indeed that the students of this College are
offered the opportunity of hearing one of the first of a
profession, and it will probably be the first and only time
in the lives of most of the students to hear Robert Frost.
Miss Agnes E, Futterer, instructor in English, considers
the lecture, which will consist of readings of tin- poet's
own works, of such major importance, that she is urging
the students who have the opportunity of studying under
her instruction here, to take advantage of the imitation
even though the date set for the lecture conies during the
first week of mid-year examinations.
If the students of State College wish to continue to hold
the place of respect that they now hold in the eyes of
Albany citizens, they should make use < such opp irtunities
as this, offered to them by the leading rgaiuzatio is of the
city.
To read Robert Frost's works is a pi •asiirc, to hear him
would be an honor.
M. J A VIss, '.ill.
URGES COUNCIL TO APPROPRIATE
FUNDS FOR SWIMMING TEAM
State College men have entered a new field of sp,.i
Last week a group of mermen, representing the Purple ,u
Gold, battled vainly against the Pharmacy squad. Within
any previous training, the Stale swimmers made the Pha
macy mermen swim their very best to win m the la-i even
With a little training, the State College squad will be ..i
of the best small college swimming teams in ibis section i
the slate. A second meet is being arranged now. Tl
Athletic Council should vote funds from the minor athlct
appropriation to cover the team's expenses and to hire
pool lor weekly practice. Jt will be money well investei
The men, though few ill number, are doing their ulnio
to put State College on the map. Help them to help t
>y backing the new swimming team.
K. Jayess, '29.
In the first place it seems quite clear that the proposed
amendment as it stands is not acceptable to the student body.
It is also quite evident that the reason it is not acceptable
is that the majority feel that no definite advantage has
been gained by the proposed amendment except to state the
powers of Myskania and to give the classes a small part
in the selection of the prospective members to that body.
No attempt, however, has been marie to definitely limit
Myskania \s powers, although, as I recall it, the lack of such
definite limitations on her powers is what brought about
the controversy.
So much for the amendment. Now, Mr. Green and his
collaborators advance an entirely new plan which goes to
the other extreme and practically divests Myskania of all
her powers and places them all in the hands of the student
association. Mr. Green's plan as 1 understand it, amounts
in brief to t h i s : H e would turn the Friday assembly into
an open forum to conduct all such business and activities
as related to the student welfare. l i e would have all student legislation originate there.
Myskania in her new
capacity would be strictly an honorary society with no
power or authority except as a judiciary body. I let' only
function would be to approve or condemn such legislation
which the assembly submitted to her for ratification.
In the first place as I stated in assembly Friday, 1 believe the plan too impracticable for successful operation.
There would hardly be sufficient time, for instance in the
weekly assemblies, to cover all the business that would
necessarily have to be taken care of.
Secondly, and more important, would such business as the
assembly would be required to act upon, get an intelligent
consideration in a mass assembly?
And I put forth this
query with all due respect to the intelligence of the student
body. 1 simply question whether it is possible to get the
better results from a mass assembly limited by time or
from a selected few with no limitations.
Another objection was that raised by Mr. Klein and
Mr. Auerbach, and which 1 believe to be a very pertinent
one and one which 1 think Mr. Green failed to appreciate.
This is the change of attitude, or, perhaps, stale of mind,
in regard to assembly attendance and participation on the
part of the student body that would be absolutely essential
to the successful operation of the new plan. Mr. Klein
further illuminated his statement by saying that it has
always been possible to easily secure a majority vote to
any proposition that arose. As Mr. Klein raised this objection, I glanced around to observe the number of students
present. It was shockingly small, and many left after that
even though there still remained a half hour till the first
class.
If this is the slate of affairs when such a vital question
as a change in the method of government is under consideration, I hesitate to think what will be the case when
only ordinary business is the order.
(Signed)
WARREN R. COCHRANE.
DEAJI MR. COCHRANE:
As a member of the student body, not as a member of
Myskania, may I make a few comments?
You stale that many feel that no definite advantage
would be gained by the proposed amendment. Are you
not overlooking the vital point—-that upon which the whole
proposal rests—namely, elimination of mass voting? Students who now vote with the majority, thinking it the
easiest way out of the situation, will come to realize that
voting requires mental effort. They will realize that if the
majority vote carelessly and without interest, that the matter will, without doubt, be again brought up and referred
to Myskania, where it will receive careful consideration
and sane action. Will ibis not be an incentive to the student
body to forsake their slipshod methods?
Jn regard to the "open forum" which you mention. What
could be a more ideal purpose for our student assemblies,
than "to conduct all such business and activities as related
to the student welfare"? What could be more suitable infilling?
This, to me, seems the very purpose for which a
student assembly is conducted. Where could "student legislation" he conducted if not in the student assemblies?
Time? Much of the routine work which Myskania now
does, such as directing Campus I lay, will be done by a
committee appointed by the president of the student association. If members of the student association wish t., sug
gesl speakers for Moving L'p Day, very well and good.
I low much lime will thai take?
In regard t,, jour see..ml objection thai of important
matters not receiving intelligent consideration in a mass
assembly, I might remind you thai in such rare eases, these'
mailers, if unsatisfactorily settled, may, at the wish of a
minority, be referred 1.. Myskania for more careful consideration and action. Many of the minor problems ma>
be very well taken care of in the assembly.
V..ii mention the change of attitude. As you said, many
students did leave the assembly during a most vital discus
sion. It is true. Perhaps with a change of altitude, this
situation might, in the future, he avoided. Remember, we
are still under the old system.
Tilt: I'.IHTOR .
"WE CAN CREATE DEMOCRACY UNDER
NEW PLAN," MORRIS AUERBACH SAYS
T h e r e were t w o wins a n d a loss for
the College t e a m s last week. T h e varsity a n d freshman basketball t e a m s
were both successful, while the College s w i m m i n g team dropped a close
decision t o P h a r m a c y college.
Incidentiy,
lite frash I earn displayed
the best bull of their College careers in
taking the Brooklyn Trojans into camp.
Members of seven basketball teams
for girl students were announced today
by officers of the Girls' Athletic association.
Schedules for the games between the
teams have been arranged as follows:
team I vs. team V I I , Saturday, J a n . 14;
team II vs. team VI, Monday, January
16; team 111 vs. team V, Wednesday,
Jan. 18.
In the second round of the series, team
IV will meet the winner of the first
g a m e ; winner of (he second game will
meet the winner of the third game, and
the victors in the fourth and fifth contests will meet.
T h e games will be
played on the State College court.
Team members of the first stiunil a r c : Florence Potter, Dorothy U s h e r , Ruth Whcelock,
Lillian .M. Dorr, Maria
I well, Leah Cohen,
Alice lliniiham, .Marian Hollo, lean Minion,
.Mal.le Ca.ll.y KellerhiMi.se, ami .Margaret Wa.lsworlh, captain.
Ileverlev Diamond will ca|>tnin team II. the
i i n i i i k K i.einc Kli/alielh K.-ili.n. I...uise Malliev,
son, Clarice Prince, Katherine Vv'alkins, Helen
Norgord, Ccrtru.le Anna Dudley, Ar.lith Down.
Marc.aiet Doughty, Nellie Cole.
Memhcr.s of the third team a r c : Mean ire
II develops I lull Couch Baker doesn't Van Ntrenlmrc.li. Ileaiiiee YV'richl, Ada Sim
Kunicc (allien, Mnrv I". Kcisner, Mollic
inlaid In allow Clarence Nephew, last m.ms,
Krlieli, Mildred Cook, Ktli'el Cn.mllmlV., lane
year's captain, In play zeilh the Alumni Nye, lie. l.n.le Cuyelte, Frances I'ccli. 'Mi-,
T h e Central " Y " holds the N o r t h eastern N e w Y o r k i n d o o r track and
field c h a m p i o n s h i p this year. E v e n so,
we w a n t a little opposition.
Meyers
and C a r r a r e g o i n g u p in the air since
one of t h e m h a s a chance t o cop t h e
high j u m p .
team when they meet the varsity
after
I lavko will'
crams.
. Ilthoitt/h Nephew hasn't won IlicMarie'
mellil.ers I., inc.
his degree yet we would like In sec him Hart, Louise Trask,
Shults. Mary l.nlitli
on the Slate College court again.
T h e Alumni lineup will include a
n u m b e r of former captains.
Among
them will b e : H e r b e r t H o r n u n g and
J o h n Gainor, w h o led t h e Purple a n d
Gold fives previous to Nephew's captaincy.
If-lhc home clidi wins tomorrow,
they
will hare I,, do some fuihtinn. Si. />', nilventure has one fust team. Here's i/ond
luck to the bu\s!
captain the fniirih s.|ua.l.
Winifred llii.ll.ul. .Man
Alice Fasnl.lt. Cla.al.cll'e
l.nntfdon, Florence K,,en,
Mary Hiillcr and Doris A. Kcil.ciinaclil.
The eaplain of the liftli sipiad is llarliai a
Andrew-, and the team is ei.inpuscd of Inanila
Mcliarly, licitv llunlellc \i.lilh Downs. Made
line M.' I Lives', Fsllicr I est, r, Fvclvn Craves,
K.illie.i.ie K. X.irris, Pauline L. lia.ler, and
Viola Mada.as.
I.au.a CouldiiiK is eaplain of ill,- -i\lli sipiad,
the ineml.c.s IICHIK Acnes Mcl.a.lv. Dornlln
Rowland. Car,.line M. Schleieli. ICIaii... Stephen
sun, Lena Marlin, I
Hi. Kv, Ivn llutlerlield.
MaiKarel W'asliliuin. and Mildred I. Applet,,.,.
M.nv Nelson is captain ,.f 1 In- si vei.tli -,|n.i,|.
ami its in, ml,.-. . aie Fvelvn McXi. kle, M a n
Caul, Annalielle M , C le'll. Kilu-I Van Km
Lurch. Kalherine Tc. p e i n e . Winifred Van
Salisl.urv, Adelaide I'ulvcr, Marua.el f'u-dci
ami Catherine Lee.
COLLEGE BRIEFS STATE'S
The second series of meetings of the
Child Development institute will be held
al Stale College on March hi, 1-1 and 15.
Dr. Marguerite W'ilker, child development specialist at Cornell university, will
be the speaker.
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To Address Parents, Teachers
Professor Florence K. Winched, head
of lite home economics department, will
Kxccplinnally good acting, splendid
address the Parent-Teachers' association characterizations, and well developed cli
at Menands tonight. Her topic will he
maxes marked the presentation ,.f the
"Family relationships as ihe\ affect the
most successful three one-act plays Ihi
growing child."
elementary dramatics class has offered
in the past four years.
Debate T r y - o u t s P o s t p o n e d
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The program was well balanced. It
Iry-otils tor the men and women s opened with a semi-humorous vehicle,
debate teams winch were scheduled lor | "Curie limine," in which Leah (..hen
asl hrtday have bee
slpoued until ' undeniably proved herself superior Sh,
hrtday, hehruary 10, according to Chris w ; i s V I T V .,,,,, M i p . |( .,| 1|V | | u , n . M n |
sie I'.. Curtis, senior member ol the tie- the east especially by Pauline Crowlci
hate council. ( onlestanls may speak for brand's Dunconibc lost some of the el.
live minutes on either the affirmative or | enactic features of -he pan hut not t,
m
f " ! w ' ; , , k ' ."' ,l!u'. Proposition, Re i'such an extent as to .seriously injur.' Unsolved: that the [ niled Mates should , play.
not protect with armed force capital inCnqiic-l iotiabh Michael Tepidino w .< esled in loreigu ci utnlries until a formal | the star of the' evening
l i e played
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small r,,|e in the opening number, and
T o Publish Q u a r t e r l y "
I he material lor the (Ji \KTI.RI.V has
'"''•a -"'lit in to Dr. liar..Id W. Tliotup-[
-""• I'loicssor ol Kuglish, for his an1'i-oval, and will appear during the first
week "J the second .semester," Dojotln
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•-"i-clucl ot the M e , !
I oiiii.i (J, MMKKI.V, said today.
£
Telephone,"" a " T r c S l u n n i ! . ' , - "hv
Andre De l.orde
Marion Sloan wac . star in this pla\ which came |,> a vcr.
well acted climax.
Marion
Palmer
Klcanor I,raves, h'rederick Crumb II.-i
inann Koerner, lletlv P.alon a n d ' D , n i Similes supported the leads with ahilin
The third number, "S
iressed I >c
ires," was an excellent satire on mod. in
Archery Club T o Practice
mil i t , p s y c h o l o g y . Tl
1 he .Male ('..liege Archcn club he- comprising Dora Dad'uin, Wallace s i r .
gms its season ibis week. Arrows which veil and Margarel Cosg,-,. u.is well
were ordered some weeks ago, have ar ! chosen, and each ,,i the three did excel
n)etl and may he secured lr,„n Henri [lent work
Miss Dadiuii prohahh lea
' j 1 ^ I'lancois, Jl. president ,,l the new lured with Slrcvcll Liking second honors
\liss'i'n,'ucois U said
«'"
i „|
immediai.h,"
the usual cut and dried m . c of three on."
laci pl.-n programs.
I .. Till. Km ioi< :
The participants in the affair of last Friday made an
almost treasonable mistake: the) forget that one of the
primary purposes of this institution is t.. develop an authentic
respect for the spirit of American citizenship. Why, one
would think llo judge by the speeches of the Liberal
Amendment part) ) that the phrases, /,, train for demm
racy and to tram for .linen,an
citizenship, w re synuiij
Dee.
moil*!
Dee.
To pin llippanc) aside, however, I suggest thai it is
Jan.
indicative of shabby thinking to confuse Student (iovern
Jan.
mer.i with h'.deral (iovermnent. With the Creeu plan as
Feb.
a tool, we have it within our power to create an actual
Feb.
democracy in this College. Let us remember dial once mil
"eh.
nl college the opportunity t,, take part in such a govern
' | ,.|,.
incut is losi to us. The Federation of the I'nited Stales is I \\.\h
certainly not in the class ol actual democracies.
j .\|ar.
No one realizes more than I the inefficiencies ol demo
cratic government and the advantages of autocratic govern
nieul. Piiil for the sentiment and the principle of the thin;
--because I wish to have a baud in the determination of my
Varsity Five Faces Strong Team Tomorrow
affairs, 1 vote for Green.
M. F . Ai.iauiACH, '28.
> \ski rn.M i Si IN HI i r
Stale
M,
').
17.
St. Michaels.
Darimoiiili
1.1 O s w e g o
. .
J l . St. Ilonaveiil
I
Alumni
.. ,
II
Cooper I'm.,i
15. S e l o u II,.I
\y St. Stephens
21 Providence
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i
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125
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3
Lost
1
Percentage
750
Opp
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, JANUARY 20, 1928
YAN KLEECK WRITES
FOR ENGLISH PAPER
PHOTOGRAPHY PAINTING PURPLE, GOLD TRIMS
IS HOBBY OF KIRTLAND OSWEGO FIVE, 34-16
Professor R, 11. Kirtlantl spends bis
spare hours in producing
oil-painted
enlargements of
photographs which
Many Student Publications Are he takes himself.
Every
photograph
which
Professor
"Dismayingly Poor," Is
K i r t l a n t l takes is made w i t h t h e idea i n
His Criticism
m i n d o f an " u l t i m a t e o i l - p a i n t i n g , " he
says. E v e r y step o f w o r k f r o m d e v e l o p i n g , t h r o u g h enlargement and c o l o r i n g
o f the p i c t u r e , t o its final f r a m i n g o r
m o u n t i n g is done by P r o f e s s o r K i r t l a n d
himself.
o f his finished c o m p o s i t i o n s
Twenty
are to be on display in the A l b a n y I n s t i t u t e o f H i s t o r y and A r t f r o m M a y
l i r s i and c o n t i n u i n g three m o n t h *
The
w o r k s o f several other local r . amateur a r t i s t s w i l l he on display d i n i n g the
same p e r i o d .
P r o f e s s o r K i r l l a n d ' s e x p l a n a t i o n o f his
m e t h o d o f choosing his subject, its setting and t i n ' final e x q u i s i t e details o f its
production,
is most
interesting.
I lis
a v o c a t i o n is a real j o y to h i m s e l f as w e l l
as i n those w h o have been f o r t u n a t e !
e n o u g h l o share in ils results.
'mSSAYmmi
D e f e a t e d a t t h e end o f the first
ter, the P u r p l e a n d C o l d o u t f i t
quar-
struggled
to a 34-16 v i c t o r y o v e r i h e O s w e g o
Nor-
Painter, Philosophy Professor, Prefers Pink;
Poets
> Preacher*> Philanthropists Pick Pink
By At.rcis EASOI.HT
His classes arc said to be more pre"I don't kmnv why 1 like it, except dominately pink than any other classes
t h a t I d o , " said D r . P a i n t e r , p r o f e s s o r in the school.
if
philosophy,
m a l school l i v e m i the S t a l e C o l l e g e c o u r t
fondness
Friday
thing, most
night.
when
for pink.
asked
"When
generally
about
his
y o n like
you don't
A
famous
a j wrote
kilo
English
a pamphlet
L i f e , " in w h i c h
woman
entitled,
once
"Color
she s a i d , " C o l o r
of
plays
E d w a r d T h o m s o n , 'JO, s u b s t i t u t e f o r
w h y ; it's just thai y o u d o . "
an i m p o r t a n t p a r t i n l i f e " D r . P a i n t e r
w a r d , played t h e hesl game f o r S l a t e
Dt\
P a i n t e r h a s been l e a c h i n g at b e l i e v e s t h i s is s o , e s p e c i a l l y o f p i n k .
thai
P
l i nugg lup
ip a
m i l l he
ue has
nas ever played.
pniyeu.
i im
,i i , . , , , . ,,
,
,
, ,.,.,
H e says, " I n w a t c h i n g t h e r a y s of t h e
personal score o f eight points d u r i n g his S l i , l c l o l l c ' « ' ' f < " ' ! l l , o n l l l l l l ' l ' n / e a r s ,
p e r i o d o f s u b s t i t u t i o n , Joseph l l e r n e y ,
I l i s w e a k n e s s f o r p i n k is a fact w e l l s u n w h e n i t is s e t t i n g , i t s e e m s t o , m c
7 9 , also played one o f the hesl games k n o w n a n d a p p r e c i a t e d b y d e s i g n i n g t h a i t h e m o s t b e a u t i f u l t i n t s a r e u s u o f t h e season f o r S l a t e .
| students a n d t h e college in general, ally p i n k . "
He continued, " A n d then,
"'"lie game was considerably
slowed'
p i n k is t h e c o l o r o f t h e c h e e k s , t h e
by the fact thai t h e v i s i t . u
color of the s k i n . "
si'sted that a b a l l h i t t i n g Ihe c e i l i n g o f the
Students f r o m the school of psctido
g y m n a s i u m be considered outside.
ber
of
the
ENG—
p s y c h o l o g y w o u l d t e l l us t h a t l o v e r s
C a p t a i n K u c z y n s k i , a l t h o u g h not up to
L I S H J O U R N A L , the
of
pink
(losses
that
quality—rare
his usual f o r m , c a r r i e d a w a y personal
monthly
magazine
a m o n g m e n — a deep a n d genuine u n scoring h o n o r s .
H o made the only score
of
the
National
derstanding of human nature.
Accordd u r i n g the t h i r d q u a r t e r by t w o o v e r
Council of Teach
baud shots f r o m i h e field, a t i e r Slate's
T w e n t y three books have been added i n g t o t h e s e p s v c h o a n a l i s t s , " P i n k a p ers o f E n g l i s h .
peals
t
o
t
h
o
s
e
w
h
o
l
i
k
e
d
e
l
i
c
acy in
passwork had b r o u g h t the ball into home to ihe College l i b r a r y this m o n t h .
Thev
leaulv
These people are also most
territory.
inch
He
launches
a
P l a y i n g f o u r men behind t h e center in I The ln-i.1.. ,,f it,.- i up, !>v Winston c i i u i r l i i l l ; l i k e l y t o r e s p e c t t h e w e a k a n d t o h e l p
vigorous attack on
o l d e r ' 1 , , ' oppose State's n l n i o i i s a d v a u
, K l " V i i i ' ' ' " ' ' ' " ' T ' , , ' l v {'Mf""V,
''J1."' ' ''!' '?' P ' " ' " 1 ' " e v t ' r y W l y P o s s i o , e Among
the q u a l i t y o f most
lage nl the i n i t i a l j u m p , O s w e g o man \ f (';,.„ „ , ' . „ ' ; ' K U I ' " M.-in,.«•'. V '\l,-un'kv fln'i ' , n i * K n n l l > a r e n u m b e r e d s o m e o f o u r
present - d a y
stu-i
aged lu s o r e I n points f o r themselves. i«-it: llahu.-iy it,,us,. i, v .\huuin. l l e n l c i t ; l o r e i n o s t
philanthropists,
statesmen,
dent
pu!ihVatinn.->fO"/w w « / « > - ? c .
M o s l o l these were made hy the t w o star 'J'Z" , l .'" , !i".'„ > .: ...!'\ . A .! ; """,',' .' I ,'.'", 1 '" : l''^""\ I l " u ' l s l l l l ( l p r e a c h e r s . "
,
.... In Wilii.-uu'hiii -. l'svclliil.. R ,
and warn.-, thai i f these papers seek e x I the v i s i t o r ' s |e
plaver.s i l l the \ i.sitor s t e a m , I hninas and iiisiiiiiiimis, t n <\ u i i „ i , p .\lc-• 11.-• l llyiiie
cellence they i n t i - l use r a t h e r Mian (lis
Scanloli.
O s w e g o failed In seme m e n a In I'. W. I.u Kur; Th'uinle
I.i'-fi,
II vm
inc v i m k n o w i t s u
card t h e hesl practices o f p r o f e s s i o n a l
s i n d l n.aveiil m e ol" the ten llossihililies < In isi,,|.|,ei M
y; Pueins, I,, All're.l \ , n
journalism.
The
article
is
entitled
- m a i l i i t u i t . i M o i m i i n i p S S I I I I I I I U S l l . 1 . | ; | i ) | |>,.,,,,].. „ f | , „ , „ „ i , „ „ | . . I„
k.,il,|,
' T i d d l e r s in the l-'ourth E s t a t e . "
T h e sophomore class ill enokerv c in
I X , m i s ; l-Mti, .iiimiril Si.uisiies In (' W (1,1,
t r o i l l the l i -ill line.
\ i,l. J, P.,
li) ' I,-an Ka
M i s . J . ( o n l i n e T r o y , ill
The S
l a t e T rCooj lal eng elive
f r e sfhr m
a n ltler a
t.if«- ,.f \( ,I .nl .i s iI, iil'ul
In Ciunuiiii
M r . V a n Kleeck was a l i t o r o f the dueled In
lealed
the
om
om
o k l de
y i i , I Wnlk-i
N'.-lllli,. rillil Kleinillls „ l Pueliv, In K. ('.
STATI-: ("OI.I.KCK N ' K W S last year w h e n it s l r i i c l o r in home economics, is g i v i n g t w o ,C 7, ill Ihe p r e l i m i n a r y game, m a k i n g Slrilinnn; Philn's Aiui'iieiui Is, |.n 1,1 ,e. in |l,,n,;
w o n t w o n a t i o n a l prizes f o r excellenee. • f o r m a l d i n n e r s this week as a c i i h n i n a
l.iss
W
h
u
l
l
;
Si-ivii-r
l...i,I
in
K-.-ii-lu-rs liain
the second \ i r i o n f o r t h e .season f o r the
WHERE BETTER BOliS ARE KNOWN
Ills i l l s l i l l l l i n l i s n f P , S
I', a, I n n s ' C „ I I , - e r s .
l i n n o l the semester's w, k.
Weducs | freshmen.
l i e has had extensive p r o f e s s i o n a l news
In I.. II. Me.Miilleu; I'ulili, - , l
I liu-incss
,1,-n
n
i
g
h
t
,
Dean
W
i
l
l
i
a
m
I
I
.
M
e
l
z
l
r
r
;
Permanent
Waves
rivaled
paper experience, havine, w o r k e d f o r the
L y o n s , I III and l.aw s t a r r e d f o r S t a l e a.liniiiisinilinn, In . \ . I., hlm.-l.-li.-n.lt; l-ni .a'
\11na E. P i e r c e ;
D r . C a r o l i n e I nllegc in the p r e l i m i n a r y game.
sill.,, el InahuiL-s 'f,,,- small lilii.uii-s, l,v M ('.
only by n a t u r e .
T u o v T t iKs, the Is X I C K K U I K K KI-.K 1'KKSS Dean
t ' r o a s d a l e . college p h v s i e i a i i ;
Professor
S.ars; ami "C
I M
n u " , In ll.-nn pnslic.
and f o r several \ ears h,r ihe A t i: \ . \ v
Special
Prices
for
J
a
n
uary.
P l o r e n r e E. W i n c h e l l , bead o f the Inane
EVK.NMNC N ' K W S .
O t h e r a r t i c l e s h\ h i m
Linger Wave or Marcelle.
economies d e p a r t m e n t , and her f a t h e r ,
VISITS CAFETERIA
have appeared in the Si nooi I'm ss K'l
M r . h. A . W i n c h e l l ; M i s s K l i / a b c l h I I .
A class o l seniors in home economics
\IKW.
a national puhlication for sltidcnl
M o r n s , p r o f e s s o r o f philosophy ; M i s s
at S k i d n i o i e college \ i s i | e d the S l a t e ( o l editors.
M a n i l a C. P r i t c h a r i l , p r o f e s s o r o l li
Main 70.11
18 S t e u b e n St,
lege c a f e t e r i a
and home
management
Won Q u a r t e r l y Prize
bran
science; and Miss T r o \
were
T h , last i,I' i h , . plavs given bv the ad
house S a t u r d a y .
l i e is a member o f the e x e c u t i v e coin j guests.
v.inceil d r a m a t i c s class W e d n e s d a y w e r e
lilittee o f the teachers t r a i n i n g i i i s i i t n
Dr.
\ . H. I t r n b a c h e r and M r s , U r n
directed l.y N e l l i e F r i e d m a n . 'AS. It was
lions section o f the I ohunhia Scholastic , bacher, P r o f e s s o r C e o r g e M Y o r k , a m i a fantasy in w h i c h Pan f o u n d h i m s e l f
Press association. < >lher a r t i c l e s h\ h i m M r s . V o r k w i l l he guests at a d i n n e r to in a l i t t l e E n g l i s h low u.
have appcari'd in the Q l AKTI-KI \ . and In g i v e n In Ihe class l o l i i g h l .
T h e cast included : H u b , Louise Dubee,
when a j u n i o r he w o n the ( J i A K T K K I . V ' S
'dtl;
Dickson, l i e l l v D i a m o n d , ' . i l l ; the
prose p r i z e .
Last year he w o n the L e a h
g i r l , E l e a n o r W e l c h , ' _ ' " ; ihe m a n , R o y a l
l.ovenheim p r i z e f o r Kn.eli.4i c o m p o s i t i o n ,
K n o x , ' . i l ; p o l i c e m a n , R i c h a r d Jensen,
l i e is a member o f M v s k a n i a , K a p p a
'AS.
Delta K b o and Kappa I'hi K a p p a .
Connniltees
in c h a r g e of the p l a j
Advises Journalists
w e r e ; p u b l i c i t y , R u t h M o o r e , 'AS; ens
iiimes, Nanc\
M o r g a n , 'AS; p r o p e r t y . I
Des.iite Ihe hu.ee increase in the m i n i
l,,r\
\
hepalii .1, spring
Mower,
is
M i l d r e d ( l a b e l , 'AS; l i g h t i n g and sets,
her o f student publications and t h e i r in
I n n i i h i l and w i l l
he 111 hi
11. A
creasing m e r i t , m a m o f t h e m - t i l l r e m a i n Inn.1 n i n t h 1 nine ,nil o l i n encoon lasl Ruby P u l l e r , 'AS.
" T h e week.
" d i s m a y i n g l y p o o r , " he declares.
I he frogs in the a q u a r i u m have
<)I S t e p s East o f Pearl Street
'»') N O R T H P A E R L S T .
o r d i n a r y college weekly has l n , , - t ,,)' ihe noi hihi m a t e d .
IS A C T I N G P R E S I D E N T
Opposite .Slraml I'lieatre
faults and f e w o f the pi r l ' e c l i n n - o l ihe
"Ireslnnaii
laboratory
test m a r k s ,
Chester W o o d , '1-1. is acting president j
professional press." he says. T h e cause w h i c h come m i l l o d a y , w i l l surely s l u m
n f the N e w V o r k S l a t e Science T e a c h o f " t h e m e d i o c r e and worse w o r k o l ihe u l u - l h e r o r 11, 'I s p r i n g has real I \ c i n e , "
ing association.
W o o d is i m u leaching j
school w r i t e r s , " he continues, "is t h a i Miss
Mice 1.
hue. i n s i r i i c l o r in biol
it P i l l i o n , New V o r k .
they attempt to produce passnhle papers, ogy, said today.
yet they r e f u s e to learn o r profit In ihe
experience o f those whose hie,id ami but
ter depends o n doing j i t s l that.
40 a n i l 42 M a i d e n l.anc
Albany, N. Y.
" I n t h e i r zeal to avoid ihe faults c o m mon to A m e r i c a n h n i r n a l i s i u , t i n i b l i n d
themselves to its m e r i t s .
W h e n liiey d o
of
m i m i c , they seize upon the n i\ lal a n d
meinln is" l o r ' I,ii,•,-.,'
ill. ball.
Then j
o f t e n Ihe inexpedic lit as a modi I."
are:
arrangements, N a i r n M o r g a n , ' . ' S ;
Encourages Composition
AMERICAN
AND
CHINESE
i m i t a t i o n s and t a x i s , K'uih l.anc, ' J K :
" W h y does c o m p o s i t i o n seem -,, i r k
r e i n . h n i e i i i s , D o r i s M a l l o n , ' _ " ) ; music.
is
some a bother and si, nnpi odm i n i a
D a n c i n g 10:30 t i l l I A . M „ E x c e p t S u n d a y
\ \ din hmn.i
Si hesla, ' . i d ; Mowers and ,
task to m a n ) stink n l s ! " b< . , - k "It
enuii. Helen S
e, '_"»; f a v o r s , Kns
siellls | n me thai II i~ he, ail-e l i n e
III
Is n i h a p n i a u , 'AS; d e c o r a t i o n s ,
Helen
Footwear $4.90 u p
dents think t h e n
i- n o t h i n g to w r i t e
( I'D, .mi, II, A"!
about and that tin i v is no n ,i -on i, ,i
Hosiery
50c u p
w r i t i n g even w i n u .1 • u i l a h h - n l i j i ,1 1W A Y M A N , '25, M A R R I E S
available,
\.r..rdingl\, long .,- i l n \
I'si ( ..iniiiia aniioiiiu'es I In m a r r i a g e n l
can gel a passing grade, ih.w le, 1 h u h
l i ssie.i W a w n . i u , '-'5, to l i e m n t ' l o u e l l
urge to a t l e i n p l , scclleiici
I he m o i i \ a
\\ , In.ui universiu.
ol
lion affol'ded In pi 1 p a l i n g in ih 1 i.il I, 'I
E d w i n R. V ; i n K l i T i ' k , '27. f o r m e r
editor-in-chief
o f the ST.ATK L'OI.I.KC.K
N E W S , and n o w p r i n c i p a l o f the I n n i o r
I-ligli
School d e p a r t m e n t at P l a t t s b u r g l i , is t h e a u thor o f an article
on school a n d c o l lege n e w s p a p e r s i n
the J a n u a r y n u m -
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women's shoes
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Oriental and (Occidental llestaurant
Open II until 2 A. M.
44 State St.
44 N o . Pearl St.
N„,v,.ssm-s To N/o/i/.v-s
Ice Cream, Confectionary, and Home Made Sandwiches
293 C E N T R A L AVE.
lllenl
Avoid
Complexes
M r . \ .,,,
Kleck
"Mllihni
edllor,,"
writes, " o i l i n l o i ei 1 ih.11 .1 new papi 1 ' pi i n i . i n
.mil
i 11 > 11 me 1,1 -k 1- I,, g i \ ,
IK w s."
I l i , \ e o i i l l l -1 lln ii new sp.ipi 1 Willi " h i , 1.m pnhl , a l n a i s . " in.ike t h e m
n i l . , • • g l n r i l m l h u l l , 1111 hoards," ,n gel
the " I
lei
coinples"
and t u r n the
papi is i n n "1 s p , 11 iv, , , i b i i l i s i n g pros
in ( l i n e , l m lln in n u n , i , - "
' 'Dependable
Flowers
IIV TvUynipIt Flower* h till
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t
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As
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S T A m COLLEGE NEWS, JANUARY 20, 1928
4
NAME DEAN METZLER
DR. BRUBACHER FOR
COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN STUDENT FRANKNESS
Dean William H . Metzler has been
IN MORAL QUESTIONS
appointed chairman of a local comm i t t e e at State College for the promotion of national education association relations.
"Similar committees have been composed at various colleges and universities t h r o u g h o u t the c o u n t r y , " says
D e a n Metzler, "and the p u r p o s e of
these committees is t o keep the rem o t e sections of the c o u n t r y as well
informed on educational projects as
o t h e r sections." Dean Metzler will cooperate with the college faculty for
p r o m o t i n g educational welfare and will
c o m m u n i c a t e with the h e a d q u a r t e r s of
the organization at W a s h i n g t o n , D.
C. T h e committee will also receive
information as to t h e policies and
activities of the other
committees
t h r o u g h o u t the c o u n t r y .
T h e secretary of t h e association at
W a s h i n g t o n , J. W . C r a b t r e e , comm e n d e d t h e a p p o i n t m e n t of Dean
Metzler, characterizing him as a constructive thinker and leader and as
being of especially high rank in the
profession.
H e explained the general
purpose of the organization in the following statement:
" W h i l e college professors have been
devoted and loyal to their technical
g r o u p s , as a rule, they have not been
interested in problems relating to the
general welfare of the profession. A
united front on a n y problem, proposal
or demand has never been presented.
T h i s is the chief reason why colleges
have been so slow in readjusting
salaries to meet increased costs and
new conditions.
"College instructors receive the lowest pay of any profession in proportion to the type of service rendered.
T h e association urges better salaries
for i n s t r u c t o r s and professors and better instruction in the freshman and
s o p h o m o r e years."
State college will be benefited in
that it will be more closely related
with other colleges and universities
t h r o u g h o u t the country, Dean Metzler
said.
COEDS FAVOR CUTS
TO PRESENT SYSTEM
AT STATE COLLEGE
TO BEGIN ALUMNAE COMMITTEE
BOARD ANNOUNCES COMMISSION
CAMPAIGN ON FEB. 6 PLANS REDEC0RATI0NS
DELINQUENT LIST
According to J e a u e t t e Wtilclbilllg,
'28, " T h e College did not seem to cooperate very well with the c a m p u s c o m mission during its recent c a m p a i g n . "
'This w a s especially noticeable in the
science study hull and locker r o o m , "
said Miss VValdbtllig.
After exams there will be a n o t h e r
L'ampaigu and there will probably be
a locker room inspection similar to
iasl year's,
T h e executive council is at present
drawing up a constitution for the cotnlission.
" T h e p o p u l a r view of God becomes
liberal as society progresses," D r . A.
R. Brubachcr, president State College 17 Freshmen Head Non-Payers;
Seniors Have 6 On List
told t h e student Y. M. C. A. recently.
T h e brotherly teachings of Christ
Of 50 Students
he characterized as higher in the scale
of an evolved society than the Mosaic
The greatest number of students who
code.
have failed to pay the student tax and
" T h e finest thing in modern student failed to make any explanation of nonlife is its frankness. It gives students payment is reported from the present
an opportunity t o bring religions freshman class, according to statements
moral a n d social questions up for dis
made by members of the finance hoard
cussioh and a n s w e r , "
" W i t h i n each of us there is a desire today. Seventeen .students of this class
to get to s o m e t h i n g higher. It is that remain delinquent in their tax payment.
s o m e t h i n g within us that is related to The class of '30 follows with fourteen
T h e New York stale home c e o - ,
God.
W e can n o t borrow religious delinquents. The junior class has thirconceptions, but m u s t form our o w n , " teen students who have failed to pay the nomics association has inaugurated a
he declared. " T h e theory of race im- fax. while the senior class has only six. \ e w York slate news letter. I'rofes'i- W'ilhemina Spohr of the 'I e a c b e r s ' ,'
mortality s h o w s the belief in someThe following is a list of delinquent
ollegc in Columbia university is i t s :
thing fine that persists in our civili- students submitted bv the finance hoard:
zation."
Freshmen: Mililrcil "lliirritl, William ( h
KM. I ['•
" W e should set up in the minds of
Ruth Isieal, Sly
Mi
Produced and distributed unall peoples the authority of ideals. Willi
Authority of the Bible and the authorder ideal conditions.
Teachers
ity of the church have been attacked, Khunparticularly and the public gen
Imt I believe that there has not been
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found a single human being who would
e r a l l y w e l c o m e d a t all t i m e s .
select evil for his good", Dr. 13ru I wW?,1]?
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backer said.
H e compared religion of forty years I .1 uni..AND
ago to the religion of today, and de- l.un.l V, ("III:, M, lllrn.
JAN.
19-20-21
scribed old fashioned revival meetings I'itldi i, Kiln-:1 Kanlllir.
THURS.-FRl.-SAT.
with their m o u r n e r ' s benches. " T h e n Knss, Walla. ,- Si rrvrll
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we had religion forced upon us. Now M ,i i v
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JAN.
23-24-25
2 J I Third Street, Albany, N. Y.
people seem to he more interested in \\ ill'i. mis, an ,1 Mi l.lrril.1 V
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living good lives than in acquiring imBl-Bt; IMNIELS In
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mortality", he said.
VISITS RUG D E P A R T M E N T S
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SHIEK"
Since recorded events began, society
The class in house furnishings eon
has been p r o g r e s s i n g toward its ulti- ducted In Miss I'.dna Tarleton, instructor
mate goal, Dr. Brubachcr
thinks. in lioine ' c
inics, visited the rug deDIRECTION
STANLEY
COMPANY
OF
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While pointing out that "occasionally partments at Dulgiiri.in's and at Van
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there have been slips", he declared H e u s e l l t h . o i r s sin
Mi
ilterthat "there has been one grand move
forward."
Science has remade the world in the]
last fifty years, and religious views
WEEK OF JAN. 23
WEEK OF JAN.
23
should be interpreted in the light of
new discoveries, he told the society,
We're here and ready when you're
pointing especially to recent discoverNorma Talmadge
h u n g n to help you out with the same
ies in geology.
courteous attention and services we
in
with
have ill ways given \ on.
ANNOUNCES BIRTH
Eta chapter of Alpha Epsiloii I'hi an- j
Sally O'Neil Molly O'Day
noiuiccs the birth of a daughter, Barbara I
Lois, to Mr. and Mrs. Cy Rubcnstein,
Larry Kent
nee Sophie Gertskin, '26.
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Cuts or no cuts, that is the question.
R u t h Grubel,. '28, has returned li
Most colleges have a system of cuts College following an operation I'm
B e t w e e n Q u n i l and O n t a r i o Sts
whereby a student may legally be absent appendicitis.
from a certain number of classes a
semester.
State does not use a cut
system, but many students would like
State to adopt the system.
"Most colleges have a system of cuts,"
Caroline Schleich, '29, says. "I'd like it."
Dorothy Kabie, '28, believes that "a
cut system would be better, for t think
students just take them anyway." Richard Jensen, '28, favors a cut system if
intelligently used. He says "a system of
cuts would eliminate a great deal of
false 'excuses' and give the student a
chance to have an occasional day off to
203 Central A v e n u e (near R o b i n )
catch up on back work. The trouble is,
students will not use this privilege intelligently and very often it becomes
'another day wasted away.' "
T h e p r o p e r e x p r e s s i o n of a n y 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
H a i r B o b b i n g , 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
Our Store is
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The alumnae house committee of Kappa
Delta is planning to redecorate part of
the sorority bouse.
Dorothy Roberts,
'19, is chairman of the committee.
Jn the sprinr, further repairs will be
made to the outside of the house.
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