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State College News
NEW
Vol,. X I I . No. I!)
YORK
ALBANY, N. V. FRIDAY, FICHIUAKV 10, li)28
Varsity Five Faces Cooper Union Tomorrow;
Fitzpatrick And Herney Star In Alumni Game
By
.
.
Nov
,
boasting
last
V. S i u . i v . w
.
;1 I
»"asl,,,«
and t w o losses
ipn'utet
night
the
into
against
o f New
York
St,,:.-
College
team
should
take
Purple
tomor-
the Cooper
Inimi
City,
I''inuring
for a g"od
by a
the
team
I 'nioii outfit
class
lel,
way,
whether
morrow.
lime
will
H i - ankle
lie . liters
of
injuring
duuhlle--
i-11'l any win ta
play
occupv
llii'
failed
Tli
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and
will
also
be
warm
(
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of
the
night
M
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ball
ready
than
last
l"''""';i,
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HOME
D Cr>l
Crihll
The
State
College
announced
llii-
baseball
week
schedule
included
hoine g a m e - and
two
01
possibly
awav
from
gain,-
K'ay \
livan,
'«),
I,ill
uilely
lo
home
baseball
four
home
signed
clo-e
niauager.
game-
up hut that
lor another
. Sul
-aid
have
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deli
The
.school
Cam,ng
St.
ol llrookhn.
school o l lainaica.
Michael's
college
I
ducts
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with
Phariuacy
C o m . . , l o Idas
to
Spilllgliel.l
i.ku
Arnold
inanageii.enl
and a t r i p
captain
college
01
the
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is
very
.
tian,,
con
men
SulbA
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"fouled . . .
then
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W**B«
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UDClMDArU
FROM
twoj
clcci
Held,',-,
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The
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pianist
and
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uaiive
citv.
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praelice
he part
composer,
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Si-vrr;i I . ' I lh<
protn
hadheei,
lakmg
and
Melbourne,
ar-ily
the
in San
Craiuger,
schedule
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Ma,
Ma,
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added
;
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teachers.
is n.U
a
pro-
and
name
York
both
lioiist s i<\ the state
hill
calendar
was
o f Buffalo
State
at Buffalo
placed
for third
Col-
is pending
legislature.
on the
reading
to t i l t ' j Moiid.'o
al the
college,
-ecietary
assembly
and
live
Hi '
I " tin-
there
he
is
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service,
trustees.
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declared
„„>
thai
thejsidered
passage
put over
until
l
w
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pruh.ihlv
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n 1 e
week
,
»P f o r
senate,
is s t i l l being con-
bv the committee
will
M t
Iv N p l a i n
c f l 1
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in the
I n the senate the b i l l
lees
I.
f' l ' s , ° | I l
i) i u hit f l i e r
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o f ' t he ! P«--agc
per . c u t
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but was
Wednesday ..r T h u r sd a y o f next
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night
on education,
!>c reported
out early
'
element
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"estimating
both
houses
is Passed
of
by a m a j o r i t y o f
the legislature,
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will
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consist
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Scott
ami several
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girl-'
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varsity
opened
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stood
more
fields
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end
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Miss
Van
dur-
her
iudi-
points.
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7
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mark.
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two
up to eighteen
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s i h
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and
llill
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sere
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,i
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frosb
ae l l .
Sleeuburgh
s
l|IR'"l'-
captain
-cored six points
The
star
of t l . .
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to he Ihe
vidual
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varsitynumbered
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the varsitv.
out
team
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to the men's
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alumnae
The girls
Sleeuburgh
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help
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SATURDAY
game.
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Mr.
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class
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extra
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Soiree
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suggested
:
ON
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and
FIVE
ALUMNAE
9 SOIREE COMMITTEES^ uM,u -.a-,.,, u,,., a ,„ w
Sonbomore
vogue."
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anpi. h III 1. II .1. i d . \
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VARSITY
32-13
Inn
Hundreds
I '"«-• >-i-fiu-
at a - m a l l
-ah-
n.,w i r
per-
several
several
' " ' ' ' «.''»'"'«l
,M
row-.
they J I . .
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more
"Ovation 1
a-ioiis ; , | the Academy
Handel's operas
were
when
, , a -eat
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a
Tl
, v „ i ,he lege.
,„gl„.
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WOLNER TODAY NAMES
towns.
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'!,w-hw *A™"- £i."^-;v:i >"' OUTSCORES
111 Most,,,,,
audience,
illume,
,,,
[,n,,-„|er-
\,ilh,„o
S i . \lii h a d '
I'll II m a c .
H a iidloi,
M , SUrll
the
to New
f o r Teachers
The
; ; ' ; ' ;
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\ \ Inle
I'm
t h e c dh-ge
save
"Ul
that
'
was
acting
' "•
invoked,
applause ; " while
" . \ | lea-,
• " 1" 1
'London
to
in, b „ h -
xi ;:* 11 I J \l; ay"inV,
to change
school
appear,
Prancisco,
away;
" ^ c r l l o u mg
the „ , , ,
I I . „'S. I , . , • Malm
;
nig
fatuous
Craiuger
as 0,11011 j o i n
' " M.icago,
uighl M ' " ' " . d
-emesler
|
W,..
will
w o r l d or in the smaller
of r i c n t l y
pkued a game
., . . . .
I b,
l'"'iili'«l
SCOTT
interuationallv
, , v
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•="- i» '!»• Kroa. metropoli
t,, j the
CVm?.' // Doesn't Operate Here!
Even Its Ghost Isn't Massacred
baseman
llige
le I in
assistant
bill
" ' l b ' " , ; : : , , , ; a s.d'^uM.oi^'IvhedH'r
Kuczvu-k
- lagged, due
the iuuior
h,-
Captain
li
the e d u . a l i
\
Normal
service.
graduates
C / > n T T
AND
Craiuger
-Ml''";
larpuitei.
| laptain
] (
p,- M jo,,-,
, . , . , thai
,e„
llouar,
,
Kuivsnsk,,
the
in
; i r
'
is
plai eim-iii
M Man M
A\l¥\
BACH
Perc\
' l o w e d " , In ',','," u p ' a ' hi 1."' ' w i n ' r ' n ' wa- 'r'lot i l "
nine.
be back
el-
Captain
H'Ulaliu'
ering
will
u
Sadcs
X'elsoii
( i n \ i M,I...
::i GRAINGER WILL PLAY
, * * • » * • • * •
Ii
,,„ „ a i l e , „ l , , l
Sal,
a success,,,,
bright
letter
S a v l e - .,1
of education,
Through
(
,
"
len
del practice
M . <i. X . T - o n .
fessor
•''••'« v Aijiuirna-
'•
u hieh had not
to H a r t f o r d ,
the I n m t y
.ollege
01 I.. New H a
it-
the
!
-V*
' ' ' " '•
idaceiue
in a row.
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u
,
U l l l
,• v a r - i t y ,
and the Imal
T h e baseball
courses
I Jr.
1 U a y
college."
I.
to
ol
WEEK
is
partinent.
fast
k'i
wa-
Scl
lime
principal
NEXT
It Bill Is Passed, N e w Y o r k
W i l l Have 2 Colleges
For Teachers
who
b u n an, can
o l his
Professor
ie-s.,1-
former
ami
a part
High
-chool.
Allen.
field-
•
only
pla. e i n c n l
VOTE
mi l i r l . l - In
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Jan,ana
New
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scheduleincludesganicsuilhMa.su,'
Training
WILL
head of
department,
of the
f o r he is also
Milne
r;!ju::\ ;v;iilzI tt T ""' T » r v r '
j ,,,,(,
|v|(.ln
lie e x p e . t e . l
soon.
M . Sayles,
i, , „ • - , . , . i
opponent-
thai
been
l i l
;
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r
l r
1
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K|rlll
l l u ee
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.„,,lv,|
live
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GAMES FOR SEASON g n
as
school,
in-
half,
lead at Id (1.
to -h-ioi,
Pranklin
and Margaret
High
JL
'0
Legislature M a y Make Buffalo
Institution A Teachers' ^Z^
College
lln- a v e r a g e salary o l the w o m a n grad
Income
a law unless
vetoed
by
the
under i u n l c
al $1,1(111, i 1 means a saving ol governor w i t h i n ten .lavs.
I n that ease,
-ophi iin.ire Hash, go a two 1
er, and ,1
•
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re d o l l a r s per teacher
b o r t h e j l b e i e w i l l be t w o New Y o r k State C o l t U v
S l
(
Il,r„n
-cored a -ee
I held to make the \
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I \'>27, w i t h _'_M p l a c e m e n t s , it lieges f o r Teachers.
I -con
Hi 1, ii l u l l
nine
association, at Chancellor's H a l l , Pridav
' ' ' ' " '
ails a s a v i n g o f $1-1.50(1."
I'nlTalo N'ormal trains only secondary
I
In
o.M , .| 1 h , alV. ,M (i,r„c- > opened . I . e l e v . n i u g a, 8:30
\ s i m i l a r ee
u \ l o r Slate C o l l e g e
' l ' h o . i l teachers.
"''"'"'-y
''• «l'Mll,« l l l s l h " ' ( l l l r 1 , 1 " ' l l u ' l
Since he was
boy o f 12, appearing , g r a d u a l . • in ihe 1, . , , hn , .
BASEBALL MANAGER
m
devote
work,
Iheie
111 the last
and
' " ,
John
education
•secretary
weeks
14.11110 until
"
ai center,
• Coll',
I 1 """. 1
r<AHMVC
the
each.
o f an
several
r: \:r\^'1
',' 1 , " '
1
M.
.school,
positions for
llolroyd,
l-'ranklin
l-'ranklin
Professor
Purple
l,, M
"
Stat
the
three
k the
| attempted
5
playing
hal 1" the aliiiinn opened
[ , ,
have
Anne
school,
John
High
l-'ranklin.
when I n -
h.ld-
a d-ll lead when
I
year:
lie was in the game, the
sank
Professor
of M i l n e
seniors
S t o u t , •nbiirg,
chalked
i h . a lu n in i had made their
hold
III.'
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,„.,,,„, , , , , . , . , . , , , „ , , . „ „ ,
Iniallv
next
and t w o
hecanse
m-eived
kur/yn-ki
I'it/gcruhl
following
f u r the \ a r
pih .1 up - i s p..ml-,
\J±'±*
week.
ANNOUNCES
screr
with two
enter
the
High
-iK point- mi three fields.
l l u lime
and l..nk
to go 111 al
•' l " 1 " ' 1 '
>'"'«
not
lnthelir-1
, " . , ,' l , A fl t e r
I n -- i.11
l l j „,.„.,
the
high
to
principal
llu'ril i p i a r u r.
Km / , n-ki,
rh.iin-iiii.
f. i r u a r d
beiorc,
He
linker,
,. minute to play
luring
-..11 w i l i j
Irr
I
ua-
.lid
hot
,-ar-ilv
«• w i t i - " - '''•
up on
According
Sayles,
lolmsoli
the name
in the
,,, j , ^;i|,|j,.
1 | n
,vu-
aim
h a - recovered
left
him
live, getting
dr... j ago.
1
in the
••filler —
to
1918-1" c|uin-
fields
Kiitherfurd
almiiiii,
( apt.iiu
lull
Kuczvnskis
did
look
the alumni, hoth on
m i four
( iiaeli
u iili
he r u n - t l i
again.
for
and l ...Id .111,1, k
gai
1 , men.ling
(laiiior,
\ l i e n and Thorns,,,, also led in the
In tin
more
m the
a game,
it
'"'"
Winston
ness
tlit- star
knee
-in
I apt;
minutes
captains,
leader o f the
len point',
funis.
game,
It i - d o i i h t l i i l ,
Tuny
o r lour
five
Sntiinlav
the ofTensive and defensive.
comfortable
should
K u c z y n s k i s men.
three
was
the up
o f the S t . I l o n a v e i i l u n
but they
varsity
b'il/gerald.
Kitzgcrald,
Il.ni.,
The I 'ouper
and Cold
H I ' i he ,-ilimnii
former
and
(iold
margin.
near
Purple
measure
; I nit-
in i t -
and
again
it
Tin'
- . , ,.•„ I tlit'
10 nonta per copy, $g*jjj| pel' year
ANNE H0LR0YD AND
STOUTENBURG OBTAINMAY CHANGlSj|
TEACHING POSITIONSOF BUFFALO ' m m
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i uasiiim.
'I'he
alumni
line-tip
included
action
outfit
we
I
.
f
l
o l an attack
or two,
swings
.-
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f o r the
o f much
game
row
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DR. D0BELL REPLACES
TUESDAY
INSTRUCTOR C0NWELL * - ! l v \ v ^ ^
t
ro IUNUUL1
CONDUCT TRYoiiTs
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TODAY
FOR 2 TEAMS
Rush! Dinners, Dances And lneatre
Engagements
I'',',',',''.'.'" \i'' i ' InuVr ''
PICTURES ARE DUE
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MUV
j'ir.wiiirii
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rttr
in uavs
Keep 106 Freshmen Girls Busy For 10
Days n, i.,.n,n ,,„„ ,i„ ,,c ,,.„„ , ,„ Ul ,„•,,„,, „, Pedagogue must
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FEBRUARY 10, 1928
State College News
ESTABLISHED BY TUB CLASS OF 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
Slate College for Teachers
'_
VIRGINIA E. HICCINS
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{CATHERINE SAXTON
Business Manager
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Managing Editor
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Associate Managing Editor
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Published every Friday in the college year by the Editorial Board
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 postoflice, Albany, N. Y.
The News docs not necessarily endorse sentiments expressed in
contributions. No communications will be printed unless the writers'
names are left with the Editor-in-Chief of the News. Anonymity
will be preserved if so desired.
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
-PRINTED BY MILLS ART PRESS, 394-396 Broadway—Main 2287
Albany, N . Y.
February 10, 1928
Vol. X I I , No. 19
CONSIDER YOUR SORORITY BIDS
Girls!
Don't
be careless
in considering
your
sorority
bids!
Vou arc now choosing for yourselves, a group of friends
wfth whom you will be more or less intimately joined, during your
four years at State.
In choosing between the
sororities who bid y o u ; decide which group of girls seem
to bu your "type".
Those girls who have interests the
same as yours and ideals which conform with yours, are
the sisters for you to accept.
HEAR GRAINGER AND COUNT HIM
AMONG YOUR FRIENDS
Percy Grainger, himself! — Surely the students at State
College may count themselves among the elite to be privileged to hear such an eminent artist.
A n y student, on the
presentation of his tax ticket, will be admitted to the hall.
Grasp this opportunity to hear Cranger.
say, "I have heard
"Yes," you will
him, and can count him among my
friends."
BUILD DORMITORY BY DEGREES?
We want a residence hall eventually.
Which is the best
way to get it? Shall we wail until every necessary cent
for its erection is procured and then start building?
method
would
secure
a dormitory
What will we do in the meantime?
opinion
prevalent
degrees.
that
within
several
This
years.
There seems to be an
the dormitory
might
be built by
A small building, housing perhaps one hundred
girls could be secured now. and then as time goes on, other
buildings can be added.
difficulties.
greater
This method seems to settle all
Our present needs will be eared
pressure
i- felt
in regard
in housing
additions or more buildings may be secured.
seems ipiite workable, and one which
for itself careful
? .SPRAYS
By R. J. S
THE NEWS BOARD
"ALL-AMERICAN"
SORRELL&SON IS MORE INTERESTING
THAN MOTION PICTURE ADAPTATION
for, and, as
conditions,
This
plan
well probably
earn
consideration.
COUNTEE CULLEN SPEAKS TONIGHT,
WILL READ ORIGINAL LYRICS
ON IDEAS, SENTIMENTS
Cotmtee Cullen, a young negro lyric poet, who is to speak
tonight at the Morning Star Baptist church, is worth hearing, according in Mr. I l a i n W. Hastings, chairman of the
English departtneiil. ( ulleii will re.nl selections from his
poems which deal largely with the ideas ami sentiments of
negro life. This cireuinslaiice is of C U T SO much importance
to Us, since we are witnessing a negro renaissance jusl now.
His recital will enable us in understand betler the amis ami
sentiments of his race.
C'oimtee Cullen is a graduate ol New Vork university,
and has also studied at Harvard.
U n i o n the lasl two
years his "Copper Songs" have been published, drawing a
great deal of alien
because the) disclosed a brilliance
for which even I n . most determined admirers una- imi
prepared.
SP0RT-5HOJEK!
FR SK 1X1- 'S •ADAM \ . \ D 1 :VF" is win rST
OL T
TLIXii
N'EW
V I I ".UTol.XT
.. -MY W. M.F.
Adam and Eve. By John Frskine.
§2.50. .UK pages.
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company.
In his third attempt at depicting Ihe eternal triangle, Mr.
Rrskine retrogresses in time element, and gives us a picture
of life in the beginning. Though the book presents no
viewpoint that can be called startlingly new, il is distinguished by the sparkling, cfTcrvescenl wit ihat atlded charm
to The Private Life of Helen of Troy and to Callahad.
The setting amidst fig leave, doubtless adds |o the humor
and swing of the laic. Instead of life at the sophisticated
Slate College
u r n , tin- death ol Ala.,in Wimie Lansing.
lovjngl) known as "The Music Master m Cohoe.s," and ibe
composer of ihe mush of "College of the Empire Stale."
Professor Lansing was a regular attendant at State Col
lege summer sessions, and came to thin institution each year
to add to his vastly increasing store of knowledge
He was internationally known as a composer of rare ami
beautiful melodies, and his music has pleased hundreds o
audiences. He composed Hie Slate College Alma Mater in
collaboration with Mis. Francis \ \ Hubbard, who wrote
the words. The song was selected from a large number
of rompo.silions submitted to a committee of judges a p
pointed lo select a new Alma Mater for Slate College.
His death is keenly felt within the ranks of Slate Col
lege students.
w o u l d he be a l l o w e d In m.ik.
7 VARSITY LETTERS inbis January,
exit through the front door?
By MAKGAKKT J. STKKI.K
As he would no longer be a membei
Slate's leading athlete is a junior.
of Ihe freshman class. ( 'allege tradition*
I A n t h o n y I'". Kuczynski, captain of
would not he involved, so there would
Ihe varsity basketball squad and exbe no objection.
I Mvskania.)
captain of Ihe baseball nine, holds
more varsity " S " letters than anv other
[man now i„ College.
T h r e e " letters NCNPAYERS
DENIED
:::i:rtluZJi::^,;;;;;':
PARTICIPATION RIGHT
Besides going on, for .he three major |
/ # STUDENT AFFAIRS
sports, Kuczynski plays tenuis, swims,
boxes, is a m e m b e r of the cross
I he s l u d c i i t b o a r d of finance mdav
country team, belongs to two frater- a
iinced a lisl uf students w bo had
nities a n d teaches nigbl .school at mil paid their blanket lax
mad.
Table Round we have il presented in its more basic state.
puhlii- school (, four nights a week
adequate reason lor not pay iug Tin
.Adam is supposed to represent the average man; Lililh is
Summer school holds no t e r r o r s lot
what woman should be; Fve is woman herself, li is interhim. W h e n t h e call went out for I l , M '" ' o r r e c t e d l o W e d n e s d a y i n
esting to note that A d a m w a s not satisfied with Lililh, a n d A m e r i c a n i z a t i o n t e a c h e r s last s p r i n g , l i n g .
a s k e d for E v e . A n d then b e t w e e n t h e both of them, lie h e d e c i d e d t o p r e p a r e h i m s e l f for t h e
| , u , , , ,. x ,,|,, j M l . , | ! r , r n l | v | n , ] , , .
h a s been living u n h a p p i l y e v e r since. If o n e is h u n t i n g for
w o r k a n d w o n a c e r t i f i c a t e a t s u m m e r | l ( i a r d n't I'm,•nice l l i i l -'iii'leni- w h o il>
any special plot, we fear he is d o o m e d to d i s a p p o i n t m e n t ; [ s c h o o l w h i c h e n a b l e s h i m t o l e a c h j ,,,,', | | ; i v | | u . ' | - , x . , „ ^ „ , , , , , , , , ', • I ! ' ' a
but then, m o d e r n 1 ks don't h a v e a plot. If, mi t h e oilier | K u g l i s h l o f o r e i g n e r s in N e w Y o r k m,-,ke' a d e u n i t e n"""
s lor nun p.n
h a n d , h e is h u n t i n g for m o r e light c o n v e r s a t i o n delectable
S l a t e f o r a n u n l i m i t e d p e r i o d of t i m e , m c n l a r e n o t •!
ol ihe si,i,I, in
c o n v e r s a t i o n , w i t h a l - this is t h e I k ( b a t will meei th
T h e c l a s s of f o r e i g n e r s w h i c h lie in I ,„.,,,,'j.',,;,,,, " m , | " ' ,
ol righllv l a b .
need. I t ' s t h e kind t o read wile
e w a n t s a m e n t a l caca
s i r u c t s f o u r n i g h t s a w e e k c o n s i s t s ol '•op,es ' oi | | , e \ ' i
( J n . o i e i l x , in.i
l i o n . T o n will c h u c k l e al t h e v e r v e of lite s t o r y , d u e In
t w o H e r m a n s , a Russian, an Italian, a attend
t h e va
Ihe r a r e c o m b i n a t i o n of innis a n d w i t .
n e g r o a n d t h i r t e e n P o l i s h m e n . Ml furnished i n ,
bill f o u r of t h e s e m e n h o l d llieir In st ,,
,
pari or .ill ,,i
! ,!
KLEIN QUESTIONS 'NEW ATTITUDE" n.izcship papers.
PROPOSED BY GREEN-WOLNER PLAN I J . ^ L Tiu'r.'ri'!.'!• "niave!'r"o,o!h'iii
I o TIII, IMHIOK:
l l n w a n d hy w h a t p m c e s s nf r e a
!ng. d o t h e g e n t l e m e n
w h o sponsor t h e l i n e n plan. Imp, p , n M i l l this vague, in
t a n g i b l e "new a l t i t u d e " a s lliey t e r m il, into ihe m e m b e r s
ibiilka s sIhat
I
of Do
I h ellie.v
student
c m l i hlliis
? new allililde will descend
a clear sk\, smite and transform Us all, or t\,: iluv think
that li) a sudden coup dVaat the members ,,i ihe studeul
assembly will i
edialeb change then wnv . ,,i ihinking •
No. die day of miracle, is nnl here. People d
I change
overnight.
IYo|
Is ol this (ireeu plan fad to realize
thai II an nalure is, and always uill he very much the
same.
Cutler the dreeii plan, ihev would have all legisl,
originate in Ihe ,,,-einhh.
II,,w can the students who
sponsor Ibis plan reconcile linn .il! it inli-, when lhe\ kimw
il lo be a facl dial sludenls have walked mil ol a'sscinhlv
with a half haur lo g,, h< fme il was inn, im , las-., ,
This
lack nf interest in legisla
i was nio-t , learh h - u n three
week, ago when a pbu
In r, ii>nn
li, . lei
ol
Myskauia was being d i u i - e d
\l tin. meeting three
fourlhs m tlm-e preseni walked mil
I i ih,- audi uis are
imi interested in what should mil
||,,
, u l ,,IK
what , bailee is |lu I, im ordinal v legisl.
u holding lie
illlere-l nf Ihe a
ihK I
in,,]. [I, la, I ol mleiesl
is a problem win, li lies, o r - much and deep ,
leial
I low
LANSING, ALMA MATER COMPOSER,
IS MOURNED AT STATE
rrom i
Sorreil and Son by Warwick Deeping; 400 pp., Alfred A.
Knopf Co.
Interesting indeed is the moving picture based on this
book, but doubly interesting is the tale given to us in Deeping's own words. The fact that in two years, twenty-six
b M -SnlU
editions have come off press is significant of its popularity
Are students allowed to use the pianos
anil worth.
in room II and in the auditorium?
It is the tale of a father who loved his son and who sufThai in Room />'. never under any
fered every misfortune and who was willing to debase
T h e boys w e r e in t o p shape F r i d a y
The piano in Ihe audi
himself, that his sou might succeed.
evening. W e w o n ' t s a y m u c h a b o u t circumstances.
torium
is available whenever its use will
Deeping feels so deeply for bis writing that be has S a t u r d a y .
dedicated it to the memory of his father. Despite the sad
not disturb other departments.
'The Ley
tone of the whole work, it is enjoyable and holds the
T h i s man Fitzgerald was n o mean is obtainable at the business office. ( Prof.
player when lie captained t h e State
reader's attention all the way through.
quintet in 1918-19. H i s team met such T. Frederick II. Candlyn, instructor in
Fundamentally, the motion picture follows the story as
s t r o n g outfits as Syracuse, Colgate, music.)
it was written by Deeping.
There a r e but few minor
Union and R. P. I. and individually
changes. Whether or not you have seen the picture you
If a student fails in a subject which
he averaged thirteen points a game. is taught both semesters, may lie lake il
will want to read the book. "SorrelI and Son" is more than
worth the time which would be spent in reading it.
J
Tonv Kuczynski
was foolish to risk over again the next semester.
It is the tale of father love. More than that it is human.
his ankle by playing last week, hut his The College ruling is that failure in
You are bound to love Sorrel!.
l>rrseiire certainly
did make Ihe boys a required subje, I requires a repetition
snap out of it. hi Ihe minute thai Tony of that subject the net I lime il is offered
/'hived
Ihe
varsity
onlseored
ihe alumni
PULITZER'S -IFF., LETTERS MY SF.IT/
I o-0' and in the oilier thirty-nine
minutes in the curriculum, unless hy special per
SHOWS JOU RXALISM FROM INSIDE
mission lo the contrary. I Dean Mel/.ler.)
j lH-lo. Some
difference!
13v W.iVI.F.
—
M a y s t u d e n t s u s e Ihe p h o n e ill ihe
Joseph Pulitzer His Life and Letters.
Hv Don C. Seitz. ; , T o date the P u r p l e and Gold quintet business office?
11.00, 478 pages. C a r d c n C i t v : Harden'Citv Publishing
has averaged 27.3 points a game a s
Xo.
Students arc not allowed to use
Co
against 20.3 points per game for i t s
any Iclcph, lie in (.'allege except thai in
This' is one of the reprinted editions selling under the o p p o n e n t s , T h e offense doesn't seem
( Mis, Anne F. I human,
well-known Star Dollar .series j a c k e t s . Reprinted from
Jo be s t r o n g a s it w a s in other years, Ihe pay station.
b
secretary lo President llrubaeher. )
the original plates, without a b r i d g e m e n t , the selected
4 * t h ed e f e n s e ,f a n y t h l n S l s a l l t t l e
list of non-fiction has attracted wide attention, especially
stiffen
I )u we have In pay. s, parately, for ma
on t h e pari of students and other of limited means.
Well. Nephew
didn't play, did he' lubs' pictures in the Pedagogue, or does
Nearly all in the series have a p e r m a n e n t value.
: The .mine would hare been closer if he hat come out ni' the organization's
Written by a newspaperman about a n e w s p a p e r m a n ,
j hail been in Ihe i/ame.
treasury ?
the Pulitzer life is of interest lo t h o s e w h o would know
the inside workings of higher j o u r n a l i s m . It is the story
The organisation pays /,.;• its picture
of a blind man directing n e w s p a p e r s . Other:; hunting
1C1Jr7VNKK1 TFACHFS
from
its treasury.
I l-'ram is (iril'liii,
A t / W fi
, C i l t n L J
a " B o u n d t o W i n " s u c c e s s s t o r y will find il h e r e in t h i s
™'
Pedagogue subscription manager.)
e p i c of a n i m m i g r a n t b o y . L i k e i t s c o m p a n i o n s in i h e
NIGHT WHOM
HAS
/ Y , t , / 1
I f a f r e s h m a n should be flunked mil
S t a r s e r i e s , it i s well w o r t h m o r e t h a n a d o l l a r .
* ^"WL,
HHJ
d o Ibe a d v . I all - o l l b ,
l , H , n plan
pi'opiisl
In , 1 , a l e
lllibnl
"
, ,
budget.
,,
i until,
uiui,
III p i . n i t i
IOOID,III,
| | K . i|c|i||iM|, I , ] ,
b a s k e t b a l l a n d b a s e b a l l w i t h i h e first b o a r d a r e Senior:
teams. Kuczynski entered Stale Col
l e g e ,uo\ b e g a n l o d i s t i n g u i s h hiiiisell
in all l i n e s of s p o i l p a r t i c i p a t e d in al
i h Majoring
e I ' u l l e g e . in Kuglish and iiiiiioiiug
Junior
i education a n d m a t h e m a t i c s , Km
wiski is a m e m b e r ol Kappa P h i
\ l l . l . m i l l , , 1 i . i i i , i. N u ,
iappa, I orarv education Italcrnilv
11,It. li,,mi
I;,
lid also of Kappa Delta Kilo, social
Iralcriuty.
Speaking nl his extensive alhlelic
S,i| hoinoi
11,1
p r o g r a m , Kuczvuski s a v s : "I think
-- ,ll
1., , , II
Is i
bat every college .studeul should elilei
I"-, al
\ l ,,,
iulo s.mie field of sporl and slick to il
allhoilgh he d o , - , imi make the i eg
ilia r learn
The coiislaul
stniggl,
against an opposing learn keeps om
\lll.l,
IH bulb meiilallv and plivsicallv.
I ,'
believe thai every
College
student | I .'l,', "''| ,..
should go out lor some s p „ r l w bile lie , i . • i.. • l a ,
's al college ii
lei lo gel ihe
-I : I ' " , ]', " !
ol
ollege
li
,' ,' \ , ' „K, ,'
life "
Cooper Union Faces Varsity Tomorrow
llllel-esl in legislalimi •
Mass wiling will not he ehillinati .1 uiidei tin Dieen plan.
Sludents, as a whole, art too prone to accepl whal snuitmie
else says in assemhl) when n ,
- h, ., mailer ol legisl.,
Dec. ,i
lion
I agree with I ocbraiie whin lie - a t , ihal students
Dec. P
as a whole, are nol inieiesled in o i d i n a n legislation. Il
Dei 17
seems I,, in,i lli.il the ,mi,,iimi here i- analogous ,,, mi
Ian. I.i
I cdeial go\, IIIIIII nl. W e h.ue a i a 'pi a -enlat ive governJail _'l
ineiit wilb a Congress i,, make mil law, because cilizeiis, [ l-'oli.
I
as a whole, are uol interested in legislation.
b'eb. II
Myskauia, under the tin-en plan, would b, an infallible
b'eb LS
body thai wmilii In a b s o l u t e in ils dem-aoii-. T h i s in ilscll
b ' e b 24
is absurd. I question the feasabilily of putting Myskauia
.Mar. .1
m a position dial would be irreproachable.
I am not an advocate of the preseni system. I realize |
that there are many Haw, in our student government; bill
I do believe ihat die dreen plan, in ils present form, is It
Utopian lo he practicable, I in idealistic to he workable.
LOUIS Kl-KI.N, '#),
BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Maxwell
St. Michaels
Dartinoiilh
Oswego
St. liomiveiitu
Aluniui
Cooper Cnion
Platlshmgh
Providence
Brooklyn Branch C l ' \
S i ore
Stale O p i
U
1 -
Lost
i
In
1'.
\
Totals
Averai.
Won
I
in
•I.i
lo
Percentage
.(,77
lo I l.'J
11 S H).
S T A T E C O L L E G E N E W S , F E B R U A R Y 10, 1928
Women Voters Unit Will Attend Hearing
On Woman Juror Bill In Senate Tuesday
STUDENT DISCUSS
GOVERNMENT PLANS
W a r r e n
_ " " ,
C o c h r a n e
Forty M i l e s
_
C o m e s
To The
Meeting
The Ni-w Voter's 1'i.it of | | l e League I should know what they are doing.
U
K
N
, , , r
CLASSICAL CLUB TO BENEWS CLUB WILL HAVE
5 YEARS OLD TUESDAY CAKE SALE ON FRIDAY
its
The
.la>
Alice
afun
,.
l
!,|,i,
Tini„
hiring
will
be
, ! „ • senaie chum-
L
S,i,U
l ,
r
'"''' ' " " " ' '
"
'''"'
'
^ "
'-I'OII-OIIII.L; ilk- bill and represent,'!•
,,
,,
•„
t)|s
"If
properly bandied the' I ea K ue'of
Women
Voters should
fifth
birthday
committee
in
parly
charge
s l
Tuesday. cake sale in the corridor of llusted ball
includes
Bingham, '_ ;n , chairman,
be a splendid I belli Owens, '3(1, and
,
""""• ' "
' " ' " ' < >•"««« women of
I be College arc or \v
be voters
'" , " u l v
.
"
M
News club will conduct a candy and
Classical club has made final plans
for
.'"
" "
" "
» • " " • ' " I a hear- is nol a multcr to be taken lightlv,"
IHK on tin- unman jnrnr bill next Tues- Dean William I I Mctzlcr sniil torhv
In-I.l al J ,,'eU-k
•V „ r m i » of ^veu'leen mmleiils , „ , ,
,
,. .
,. . ,
,,
at the College I'riday morning In talk
[,
wi
3
nel, '28.
According
'28, president
of
b'.li/a
Patricia O V o n
lo
Mario,,
Classical
/,,wi,
club
the
next Friday.
According to Alice Hcnoit,
'•'"' ''''airman of arrangements, the pnr||I,M
! h
' '"
m i < s ll(
'
" ? I ll,l '' s 1 '""J 1 '
' is to obtain funds for
in
l h c
P«l»BroiUc.
I W club is also making plans for a
J / ^ J ' "
^
n
t
io.ioT'ZnT
^ 7
^
" f " n ^inn; a» rousing
" ' ' » ' 'birthday
" ' - - I uparly
n , Xfor , r , r i « " r i
' »<T « ' " " f " « " « " "»l"
,
hMT,,,,,sly;,s,,s
,J|ietlcp,ace
or i|s icport 0111 ol coiniiullce ami
live year-old."
The decorations will Iv
1
•a -s.ai.'c in the legislature.
in
Day.
the last three assembly meetings.
I be ,,,,.Those
. ; U M . j „attending
. 1 , . , 1 . . , , ; . , .lhc
, , . , , . , .bearing ha\e 1 ., .
' accordance
' • ' " with
•'•'• Valentine's
-'
••>• • I - * . 1 » < - S H I U I I , said tnclaj
'I Ithe
said.
, , , , , ,
'•'....''•'-'
" " .i.tkislalli.c.
' r , , l e(ierinau
s s o r W ndepartinenl,
i l r e i t . M etoday
eker
head
TO BECOME C H A P T E R
U | m , m
ilion
n e e l of
n i g Thomas
w a s c o nI',
d uballon,
c t e d at'2'),
t h el-'mamu
MU;_M I iceii invited lo lake linicheoii al the
' i n club .11 noon Tuesday. The price "I hope ibal the League of Women j
The Kresecnl club of Lafayette ColGreen, and Louis J. W'olner, '.in, who
ANNOUNCES BIRTH
if the luncheon is $1.1)1).
..,.,>,
Voters will bring it about so that
lege, Laslon, l'a„ will be installed as a
proposed a new plan of student go\
I.asi vear, < Uga I'elr
the Kus
women will nol be blind adherents of |
Psi (ianinia announces the birth of n J ^hapttr of Kappa Delta Kho this week
ermuenl four weeks ago.
M'III
at
the
bear-|
.,
|
,),.,,
,
|
.
,
j
|
|
„
,
.
f
„
|
son
to
Mrs.
b'.arl
Russell,
formerly
Kind
|);M y
U||
u v u
cl{Uvv
v
(
r
The
students also held inl'nrni.il
end. Arthur M. Oilman, of Schenectady,
meetings at the Alpha kho sororil.\
•Iley, 'PI.
' '"
' "" "
principles or insist thai lhc principles
''
the grand president of the fraternity, will
house Sunday evening, ami al llie I'nl
11, I!, S e n , I'niieil Press polili
'inbodied in party platform are pul
preside, and Olio I*.. Muddle, '22, prolege Tuesday morning al 7 o'clock
oirespondcnt. addressed a meeliiig inlo elTecl by the successful candidates
Warren \i. ('ochrane, '.ill. came mil.,
consul nl 1111 I'u-st district, will attend.
be h.igm
Moml.n evening.
Mr. ,,„• , , | | l ( . ( ,
miles from Saratoga Springs 1,, a i l i i a l
11 h.i- L T ell siv ei ,|| i.i.lio led ures
.,
., . . ,,
. .
,
,
I lie Friday morning session
.lie -uloeci ,,. -1.,lr governnienl
' n'U'SM,r l,'lvl(l
n „ l c l „ „ s o n . h, ad
"We thought the \acalimi time .111,1
, v p|.
1 ,11 | | , , nieeling ihe me ° l the government departinenl, is much
examinations offered .1 goml nppmiii
oi the opernli
1 the legisla
in favor of the league.
lunily
to
analyze
whatever
i.inlt\i
Anne Sterling, '_"', chairman of the
iniglit be in our present - i • lein . .1
BUY
•parti
1
governnienl," (ireen explained in an
I'ni'l, said dial the program for ineelings
interview. "We asked everyone nboin
|!.'l"ji!|. ,,,- , injv-i'j
|' ih
I'nit
' " ' ' ''"•' " " , l " ' ' ' K ' "-emesler is nol com
we could reach, lo come to the meet
AND
845 Madison Ave.
leiil \ "\\L liia'iba'clii'r expresseci I1'1''1' ' ' " ' l ' 1 ' " ' ' " ' " uiclude a study ol
ing."
II '
li'eiim i'i\or'ilile t o u ' i n M h c h'gislalinn. of the executive department
; 1KI
Those presenl
were: Cbrissi,
I
'""win shouldn't I he in 1 ivor !
P"^'hl.v the supreme court. Several
t'urlis. Kalberine S, SaMoii, \ ireiui.i
•
, i l ,,
i t "
II
.\
' " ' ' ' ' • rips to the stale departments will
Elllr
,oi,l MrCiir,I'ulhrus
I'.. Higgins, Beatrice Wright, k.ilhh , •
,1 ,h,"h',pe thai i h e C u i l uoubl ' ' H ' . , , , ! l ( k ' .^W 11 ' 111 '! 111 ' " " " M ' V r n i 1
D o U g l l l V , Kill 11 C. M o o r e . I ' l M n c i - I
l
s lr
kr, s art in
8(1
N
o
.
Pearl
St.
Cor.
Columbia
St
,. „
ciiiii-eutralion of effort ' ' '
'"' l ''
'
'
Progress now.
Telephone West 3462-3463
( i r i l l i n , Arvid Burke, (iilhc 11 b 1 ,.01
ong, '28: Thomas I', l-'.illon, (,
I .
Verne C'arr, Louis M. Kb-in, ' " ' : \l.o
\1m.1
I'.
Pierce, dean
of
garet I. Steele. Warren U 1 ,, In.in.'
-.0 - lli.il " h | | „ . I eagnr 01
Kiuaniic! Crccn, Louis I \ \ ,,|n, 1. '.in
Wnlli, ; \ n l . - l - l l l l i e l l o l l s ,,s j | s h o u l d .
Russell W. Liidliim. M.
II V.ill ie one ,,, ih,. |;| ( 1 S | pr,.I'll,.,|,|e
.IK-
over
ri
student
government
f ,,,c
- «"« r
";T""
problen,
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A RELIABLE PLACE
TO
RELIABLE
SILKS
WOOLENS
CANTERBURY TO GIVE
SUBSCRIPTION BRIDGE
Canterbury
club, sludeiil
LpisCo
pal organization, is sponsoring a -nli
scription bridge tomorrow .01.11
from 2 MO to 5 o'clock al lhc home 01
Mrs. Henry L Cameron. -JlH \ \ , -!.-n
avenue.
Stale College stlldellls .mil tbeii
friends are invited.
I'l i/i - >\ ill In
awarded al each table, according I,
b'.sllier I )ouglas, '_'N, , hainiian oi ,0
rangciiienls
The regular price im In kei- 1- ;U
cents.
The price im siudcnl- 1- .\:cents,
BIG BARGAIN PRICE
in
Women's Footwear
is
G. A. A. T O GO T O CAMP
The Girls' Athletic
h -,., ;.,l inn will
c
lucl another 1 rip to 1 aniii 1 -c -ui II
this weekend.
b'.ver\ntn is i m i i . d . a.
cording to IT,rem , I'.,n. 1 ' !S. pi, i,|, u:
1.1 G. A. A,
$3.90
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lining.
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m
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FEBRUARY 10, 1928
4
Residence Hall May Be Built Unit By Unit;PHI DELTA ALUMNAE TO AWARD PRIZE FOR ALUMNI BRANCH MEET
HAVE LUNCHEON AND PUBLISHED EDITORIALS
AND DINE HERE FEB. 18
"Would Relieve Housing Conditions"Stafford
RE-UNION SATURDAY Cash prizes will be awarded for the T h e E a s t e r n Branch of the A l u m n i
The residence hall of State College better. I have friends at Cornell who
The alumnae association of Alpha
may he built to relieve the present hous- live in the dormitories and who like it
ing situation sooner than was originally very much. If it has proven successful chapter of Phi Delta had its annual midwinter luncheon and re-union at the
expected, according to a plan recently
suggested to the N E W S by several stu- there, f see no reason why it will not he Hotel Ten h'.yek Saturday. The chairsuccessful here."
man of the committee in charge was Mrs.
dents.
The plan offered is similar to that
Beatrice Wright, '28, expresses her Fletcher (i. Tufts (.Vila Aires, ex-'2n)
which was adopted at Cornell university; opinion: "The housing situation is quite of Briarcliff Manor. Her committee connamely, the erection of a number of serious at State College. As far as those sisted of Edna Abbot and Louise (Jellbuilding units, each of which would girls who live in any group houses are rich, '26; Nina Handy and Marie Townhouse 100 girls.
Each unit would he concerned, such as Newman Hall, I'age send, '27, and Caribel I'age, '2(>. The
built separately as the necessary funds Hall, Syddtim Hall, and the sorority alumnae were guests at the chapter house
are acquired, and would contain sufficient houses, they are well off because their over the weekend.
comfort to afford the students an ade- homes are supervised, but these girls who
The group at Stale college constitutes
quate home in every respect. The orig- are scattered in private dwelling houses
inal plan was to wait until sufficient funds have no opportunity of contact with other the nucleus of the national organization,
which
has now established chapters in
were obtained for the purpose of build- people, necessary tor their own developing a somewhat luxurious residence hall, ment.
If this house which is being live other colleges and universities in the
large enough to house 500 students. All planned to he built is made well enough United Suites. Alpha chapter was ormodern conveniences would he embodied architecturally, it will be more than satis- ganized in 1°23 and became national a
in this building including a swimming factory. If any construction is planned year ago.
pool, and other equipment.
Student at all, it should he done well and the
opinion shows equal favor for both iriginal idea should lie carried out as
plans.
far as it is possible.
It certainly is
Anne Stafford, '2'), says. "I think it better to provide for a smaller house with
would lie advisable to build a central a capacity to house a smaller number of
building to which units may be added students well cared for than a large
later on. There arc always a certain house with a large number nf students
number of students who are forced In :iot properly taken care nf."
Lilly alumnae m e m b e r s of (lamina
live under unsatisfactory rooming con"I think that since Stale College has
ditions. I.,-uk- of a residence hill has kept MO swimming pool or adequate gymnas Kappa I'hi will attend the annual reTonight they
students from coining to Slate College in in facilities, we should wail until tin union this wi ek end.
will lie given a dinner at the sorority
in the past."
college can build a large dormitory to house, .illl tjttail street.
Tomorrow
Ruth (',. Moure. '28, remarks: "The provide for these things," remarks Hetty
night the\ will attend a banquet at
building by units would help to relieve l.apedes, '29, "especially since then' are
the DeW'itl Clinton hotel. Miss Helen
the present housing difficulties and as at present the smaller grouping bouses!
Uiiaekeiibusb,
'20, will
he toastlong as the buildings would be as fine lo take care nf the majority nf girls.
lllistress. Speeches will he given by
in the end. I think the proposition is ad- The increasing number nf sorority houses
tin' president of the alumnae, by Colvisable. 1 am in favor of it."
and group houses makes it possible fori deua Hills, '28, president of the aetivi
"The students are now fairly well us to wait and build a dormitory of sorority, and In a faculty represent.!
taken care of." says Dorothy Watts, '28, which State College mav be proud."
live. Siiudiu afternoon, there will hi
"and I think it would he much better to
Dorothy Lasher, '28, says: "It would a lea for the alumnae at the sororil*
wait and build a modern building with take too many years to realize the beneall modern equipments of which the col- fit of the new building and I think the
lege may be proud.
At present, the situation is so acute now, that it should
registration is being kept down, and the be attended to by starting the building
necessity is not so meat as to force the of the dormitory in units."
building of many insignificant houses
"The housing conditions at present are
that may later be discarded for more wretched," declares Elizabeth Phettcplace,
modern buildings."
'28, "and some measure should be taken
Helen Stone, '2<), declares: "I think In relieve the situation, which, outside of
the building should be started by units two or three make-shift group houses
because I think there is a necessity fur or In mg centers in disgrace lid I :;r this
a definite residence hall.
The soonerlreaso
the
residence hall should b<
100 girls get the benefit nf this hall, thejstartc
uid built in units."
best editorials published in college
journals d u r i n g the academic year
1427-28, a c c o r d i n g to a n n o u n c e m e n t
made by H e n r y Grnttan Doyle, dean
of men of George Washington I'm'
versify.
T h e a w a r d s will be made by I 'i
Delta F.psilon, the honorary collegiate
journalism fraternity, sponsor of the
competition, which will be directed by
Dean Doyle as g r a n d vice-president ol
the society. T h e purpose of the contest is the stimulation of greater interest in university publications and the
elevation of the quality of their editorials. If successful, it will be made
an annual event, with additional prizes
later for o t h e r journalistic features.
College " c o m i c s " are barred from the
competition.
The first prize in each group is $50;
second, $35; third, $25; fourth, $15;
fifth, $11).
association will meet Saturday, February 18, at (i o'clock in the College
cafeteria.
Dinner
will be served.
Stanley lleason, president of the Eastern branch, will preside. Miss A g n e s
!•'.. Fulterer, instructor in d r a m a t i c s
and English, will present her elem e n t a r y dramatics class in a play.
Professor John M. Sayles, principal of
the Milne High school, will report on
the progress of the dormitory drive.
Miss I.aura F. T h o m p s o n , m a n a g e r of
the College cafeteria, will have charge
of the dinner.
PROCTOR'S
Grand
CLASS VAUDEVILLE
FIFTY GAMMA KAPPA
PHI ALUMNAE HAVE 170 COUPLES ATTEND PROM
O n e hundred seventy couples atREUNION THIS WEEK
tended J u n i o r I'rom Friday at the Ten
h'.yek, according to Alice Hill, '2'),
chairman. A small profit will be made,
she said,
DIRECTION
M
f~\
MAAR
RKK
SPENDS WEEK-END
Ethel
;it i
HERE
Per.sk, '!'< -penl the
Alpha Tail h o n e .
ALSO OPERATING
AND REGENT
NEXT WEEK
Tj
Wm. Haines
Flowers
i
I
<J J
w « ;st
and
distributed
un-
222 CENTRAL AVENUE
"JUST A R O U N D T H E CORNER AllOVE ROHIN S T R E E T "
NOME MADE CANDIES and DELICIOUS ICE CREAM
SANDWICHES, COEEEE AND PASTRY
AND
Open 11 until 2 A. M.
Phone Main 7187
'' We Understand Eyes
N . Pearl St.
I'A I K O M / . K
Albany, N . Y
We Clean and Dye till kinds ol Ladies' unci Vlen's
Wearing Apparel
H11A MADISON AVENUE
Phone West 27.*
T h e p r o p e r e x p r e s s i o n of an.\ art d e m a n d s v x port n r s s , cspi'ii;ill > in
Hair I t o b h i n g , w h i c h e x p l a i n s w h y m o r e and n u n c M o m e n c o m e lo
Permanent Waving P A L L A D I N O
Finger Waving
"PERSONALITY BOBS"
OPTICIAN
7 Master Barbers
\i I t e a u t i c i a m
Street, Albany, N. Y.
one Wc.1 1314
I f.i No Pearl St.
()|i|i C l i n t o n S q u a r e
i
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
particularly a n d the public gen-
lele
Phone M a m 6J8U
I), je
erally w e l c o m e d at all t i m e s .
231 Th
Till-
Aiiuu'inut Ulliuuuna mxtt 2kfi»n3
CHINESE
Teachers
BOULEVARD DAIRY CO,, Inc,
Ft
AMES-ASWAD CANDY SHOP, Inc.
10 N o . P e a r l S t .
EYEGLASSES
der ideal conditions.
with
Patsy Ruth Miller
and
John Harron
Hal) $c (Jin.
&v?r'/z&u<%f
Produced
Forever
in
Dresses
D a n c i n g I0;30 till I A. M„ E x c e p t S u n d a y
W
NEXT WEEK
Underwear
P h o n e Main 3775
OPTOMETRIST
CLINTON
SQUARE
KXCIASIVK KICTCRKK
(Oriental and (Accidental ^Restaurant
Boulevard
THE ALBANY
THEATRES
UOMK OK FILM CLASSICS
week end
44 State St
Sporting
Goods'
C. H. B U C K L E Y , Owner
STEUBEN STREET
Corner James
AMERICAN
~~?
WEEK OF
FEB. 13
Richard D i x
in
a
LELAND
Hosiery
AMERICA
R I T Z.
with
Al Jolson
Handkerchiefs
f; U:
OF
MABK
Tbe J a z z
Gloves
''Dependable Flowers
WELCOMES MEMBER
Pi Alpha Tan welcome, into lull mem
bersliip Ida Vcncr, '2''.
COMPANY
WEEK OF FEB. 13
Chuck Full of New
this week or as soon as possible
Lour seniors enler"d the l b
Ec
noniics Practice I louse on Mm ( |. . . | , Mabel Berg. '28, president of the chi
will stay until I ' d . 2°th.
I Iu' ;V ' i r e said today.
| " T h e order for the pins ca
.1 I
Beatrice (iaughan, Irina Langsel '- '
Lehman and ( ceil I larrison. 'I' nr. Kulh ! sent until the money is paid." sa
lis week M i s s Berg.
S t u d e n t s may give ll
Beatrice (ianghan holds the position oi
money for their pins to Edna Woll
house manager; Irma Laugschur, assist- '28, or to Miss Berg.
aul manager; knlli Lehman, housekeeper
and Cecil I larrison, assistant housekeeper. I llese positions are rotated every
four da\ >. Kveri scnii >r u ill live in the
\'e Telegraph blowers to all
/'arts
practice house for sixteen days, as the)
Of the World
did last seiiusler
Each group, this
semester, mil -1 hold a form il dinner.
Miss May Lillineham, instructor in Home
Economics i- faculti supervisor at tin
practice house.
f t O W M CHOP
STANLEY
r"N
STRANU
Our Store is
FOUR SENIORS LIVE
BERG URGES STUDENTS
AT PRACTICE HOUSE
TO OBTAIN CLUB PINS
"Biology club m e m b e r s who h a v e j
FOR THREE WEEKSordered
pins are urged to pay for the
AND
9-IO-II
FED.
A IIEliO FOR A NIGHT'
With
GLENN TYRON
FEB.
13-14-15
•THE I III: HOUR"
With
LIONEL BARRYMORE
Students and Uroiips al the Slide- Colic, y /oi fVuJk'ii
will be jiivcn .s/'i'i to/ iiticni Oil
Jj|mtlinmrii
(^atVtiuia
198 Ontrul Avenue ill. Un\i\\i
Albany, N. Y.
I ranch of the Boulevard Restaurant
V
Mills Art Press
1 0 8 - 1 1 0 State Street
i.
„ ,
_
W-f-Wo 1kiuulway Main 2287
I'limeis
il Stale College News
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