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State College
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Vol.. X I f. No. 2
YORK
STATE
COLLEGE
S
WILL FEATURE FETE
(iirls
annual
sented
Hie
musical
Athletic
S
comedy
association
Saturday
Historical
evening,
and
of
will
March
I N GYMNASIUM
the
in
2-1,
building
following:
Edna
LEAGUE VOTERS' UNIT \Dr- Richardson Heads Ancient
REPRESENTATIVE TO
*WfiZu&£™™n
Flays Are Under Management
Of Francios, Orfall, Marks,
And Douglas
cluh
will
have
'-"I;
chorus
l'i a l n r e o f the I'"rend i Fete,
ri-.ui',
T i n ) are "Rosalie", pur
helniina
C l u i r c h i , '2'), I l e n r i e l t e
_"':
F r a n c i s , '-"<, and Michael T e p c d i n o , '2U ; ' 3 0 ;
and
" liureau
de Tt l e g r n p l i c "
C'.^Per,
a l , iuniors,
parts.
o i i h e plays
under
t h e mauageiiie
F r u n c o i•'
'•
l-'ilul
Oriall,
Douglas.
Folk
pi.INS.
'2K. and
Me-
'_'*. F - l h . i
Louise
tarter,
'2°;
Ceeilc
Craves,
'.ill;
York
liar
w i l l address both assemblies today. M r s .
*_">; C l a r a
follow
till
w i l l he featured I n a sol,
Dora
Dadmiin,
'2<>\ and
l-'.slher
(
'2 i,
Kdythe
of
'2,S;
Hclh
Waters, |
The women's
varsilv
debate team
will
T h , leading snugs a r e " T h e W a i l o f
Ihe Rejected t h o r n s ( o r i s , " " C i v e them lege on the latter'-, campus t o n i g h t . T h e
Satisfies team w h i c h w i l l make the t r i p consist*
a N i g h t and a M o o n , " " T h a t
M \ D.sii-e," " i Hi, it's W o n d e r f u l , " " L o v e ..f ( hrissie )•'.. I in lis, captain and m e m
is I h e Same i l l A l l A g e s , " " T o ( ' r a n
' cr o f t h e sipiad w h i c l i debaled Cui..n
lord,"
" T h e Cirl
and ihe Dream."
I ! f 11 i 1 \ 1'.. W i l l i a m s ,
• W r e c k e r s o f C l o o m , " " A s I ,,ng as I college last y e a r ;
nd M a r g a r e t L. M o o r e , a l l seniors
I ove V o n , " and " T h e t ' h a p c r o n e s ' S o n g . "
dance I n R u t h Israel. ' 3 1 .
A l i c e W . - i L h , '.ill, is genera! c h a i r m a n
oi
I h e bete.
Other
chairmen a r e :
M a r i a n F o x , '_"), and Cladys I t i c k w i t h .
'2\>, s e l l i n g s and props ; A l a r g a r c l Mav
m i n i , '-"». p u h l i c i t v ; K'uih W i n - d o c k , '_").
r e f r e s h m e n l s ; Florence C o r m l e y . '2'>, f o l k
songs ami d a n c i n g ; I l o m i l i j R'ahie, '2K,
M M - h u n d r e d t i c k e t s have been p r u n e d [
D r . Alexander
Druiiin
I, head o l
m u s i c ; M a r j o r i c K e l c h a m , '30, p o s t e r s ; and m o r e than h a l f have been sold, ae , | „ .
d e p a r t m e n t at Corlm|,|K.
s , M -aki>ig
M i n i i a n i Ra>uor, '2S, u--io is ; Dorothv
'.ading
t o l-loreiice
donnlcv,
2'l, d i
,,
,
,
,
, ,
\ nell nuiver.sit
keen chosen In I )r.
l i r i i i m i e r . '.ill, candv.
I hmie made i n d u e
and r e d roses w i l l ' he sold in the audi
W
on as one o f the three
I o n i a n d u r i n g the e n l e r i l i m n e n l .
nasiiun after
ihe
nf Women
K
MISS JONES PRESENTS
MELODRAMA TUESDAY
B r u b a c h e r Announces
Committee Chairmen
And Main Speakers
o f the
chairman
Stale
to A n n e
o f the New
Voters
,.\it
with
wishing
K
eastern
unit
membership
I., join
blanks
the local
paid
P. t h e secretary,
.angdon, '28, o r t o any
nual
Mary
discussion
mill
o f legislation
nounced
Judith
scheduled
Send
11 >. giene
o f the next
for March
to Faster
sponsored
meeting,
27, i h e Tuesday
recess.
Negotiations
are being made t o secure a speaker,
.-> an a u t h o r i t y
cussed, a c c o r d i n g
The
conducted
at t h e college.
A . R. U r u b a c h c r
o'clock.
today
who
W.
meetings.
f o r teachers
department,
professor
Markliani,
Sterling.
r/UNILK
brtAKb
chairman
o f English
principal
public
elementary
Education
Harry
o f the English
D r .Harold
o f English,
"Mass
W . Thompson,
and Miss
Julia
o i the B r n u x v i l l e
schools
will
speak o n
and its C o r r e l a t i o n i n
English".
i n t h e field In be disto Miss
Hastings,
an-
chairmen a n d
f o r t h e sectional
section
Miss
of
Florence
F. Winched,
professor
home economics and bead o f the de-
partment,
BASKETBALL CAPTAIN -" .'''' ^ V V " j - f • - - ' 'Uti.
be c o n d u c t e d a t
the committee
speakers
o f ihe
place at a meeting o f
Iuesdav
w i l l be the subject
previous
will
w i l l be under the d i r e c t i o n o f D r .
>y the league l o o k
die
f o r high
tomorrow.
meeting
President
unit. T h e
league.
A
district
T h e sessions w i l l s t a r l at 9:30
f o r those
member
conference
T h e c o n f e r e n c e w i l l be the f o u r t h a n -
mem-
w i l l be stationed at each
Membership fee is one d o l l a r , w h i c h may
he
table
Slate College
College.
bers o f the unit
round
school teachers and a d m i n i s t r a t o r s o f the
Sterling,
the close o f both assemblies
At
A
but has a r r a n g e d f o r
according
ELECT JOSEPH HERNEY
i , le.
Dr,
Voters
Leach, chairman
w i l l not be present
S a x t o nm, *< ' 2 S ; W
ilhelmina
™»*
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llarlinaun,
(ioddard
a substitute
WOMEN'S DEBATERS
LEAVE FOR KEUKA
s h u n . , ' 3 1 ; Mildred Contain, '30; Ann:
Moore,
' 3 0 ; Kallierine
( i r a l i a m , '30
THIS AFTERNOON
Mar\
H a r t , '2'); C r a c e S e a m a n , '2 J, ,
S|iirlev
League
state league, w h o was scheduled t o speak,
Males.
Stoutenhurg,
State
Henry
Wil
'2,X; \ ' i r g i n i a
Diamond, '30;
' 3 1 ; Margaret
Hall.
Welch,
' 3 0 ; Cladys
HAST N G S T ^ S T E Y SPEAK
A r e p r e s e n t a t i v e speaker f r o m the New
'2'J;
Klcannr
Rowland,
ADDRESS ASSEMBLIES
Helen
'.111.
are ( i n t r u d e
Duhee,
Dorothy
B e n o i l , '.30,
(
M.nk
songs and .l.iiir, . w i l l
These
Sehe-la,
Kallierine
™«™™
i-
Ileiinctle
girls
( I'Domiell,
'2H; Evelyn
aims,
pla, theprin
Direction
Marian
S i m i l e s , 'JO; Hetty
i n w hich
( d a c e M a r k . Ruth W h c e l o c k and S a i m u
eipal
'!<); and
Helen
tomorrow.
In, X a l a l i
Marian
Leah C o h e n , '28, f a t h e r ;
plavs as the
Irayed
man;
ingenue;
Stone,
t u n French
'2,S, l e a d i n g
'i'J, h o y ; Alice
The
French
A l i c e H i l l s , '29, leading l a d y ;
Wolfe,
I'aimer,
3ft
HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS HAVE
CONVENTION HERE TOMORROW
The leading roles w i l l he played b y the
DANCING
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lie p r e -
A r t Society
O\ -
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10 dent-S per copy, 82,25 per } £ a i v ^
16 L92S
COMEDY MARCH 24
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Folk Songs, Dances To Follow;
Alice W a l s h , ' 3 0 , Heads
Committees
S
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FOR TEACHERS
ALBANY, N. V. FRIDAY, MARCH
TWO FRENCH PLAYS ^
m
m
|uomics
will
supervise
Subjects
and
AT Y.M.C.A. M££77^Gi"i.!"u'.,h'SL,,"sl'1 b>'
t h e section f o r
College
Entrance
Mis
* " ^ He,-i
I niellls i n l o i e i g n lauds should he p r o
liv K o v V . S I I I . H A . V
I t e c l e d , w i t h a r m e d force, I n t h e C n i t e i l
,,,. . .
.
,, .
. , I ) r - A ( l l l a W - K i s l e y , head o f the h i s At .. meeting o i i h e basketball letter I c , .
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•'
, , ,
' ' • ( ; t " l « t ' S ' ' . « " ' « - T . Professor o l l o r y depar.nient. w i l l be c h a i r m a n o f ,he
,
, •- .
,,
....
Stales g o v e r n m e n t a l t e r a nt ma dec a r
p h i l o s o p h y , spoke- Sunday at the meet- I " " ' H u n l o r teachers o f h i s t o r y
"IVda
en last w e d . loseph I l e r u e v , 2l), was
T h e advanced d r a m a t i c , eke-, w i l l pre
' " g " I the College
V . M . C. A . , „ , Kogical A i d s f o r T e a c h e r s o f ' t h e S o c i a l
e n d captain „ i Hie basketball team : ; " " " > " ' « " " ' •
• cm ., im-lo.li-aiu.-i directed In I. I I n .
' R e l i g i o n and P r a c t i c a l M o r a l i h "
Sciences
u
w i l.l lhe the
, . ,....:..
top,..
ha-,' been
a
r e g uKl aurc z y
gn
u sakr d
with | ,
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'2'J
I,.lie Jones, '2N, Tuc-dav evening ill the I the M a l e ( ollege o u t f i t f o r three veal's
Dr. L e o n a r d W o o d s R i c h a r d s o n , head
Mr. Painter showed thai r e l i g i o u s o r
M a l e I ..lice
audit, . n u m .
'I he cast i n
and aside I r o n i h o l d i n g d o w n his g u a r d
of ihe L a t i n and C r e e k d e p a r t m e n t s , w i l l
eludes;
Kmll
L a m , C'S; F r e d e r i c k
^ a l i i z a l ioiis, such as i h e c h u r c h , a r e ; head the ancient languages section. I I .
p o s i t i o n t o c v c r v o i i c ' s s a t i s f a c t i o n , has
C r i i i n l i , ' 3 0 : \ r v . d L u r k . . '.JS; R o v a l
,ypc o f " o r g a n i z e d benevolence."
In
e o f the leading scorers f o r the ,
o ,,
,
., ., .,
C. T h o m p s o n , o f the stale ediiealion deK n o x , '31 ; i h a r l . - \ \ . . r - i . d l , ' 3 1 .
L l i r p l e and ( . o l d .
' S " " ^ ' " l M l h l la-ss- '
• • ii•ig
H i s spiech dealt p r i m a r i l y w i t h c r i n u partment, w i l l lead the discussion o n
" I t has a v. rv m l , - r e , l i n g pi.a and a
c l ; i
;lll,i
l l u
In h i c h school l l c r u c v didn't g o out
".
' "
' I ollege w i l l make U|
" A New S y l l a b u s i n L a t i n . "
uid
its
prevalence
i
n
the
last
few
years.
c l i m a x thai m . i F • \ i i h , I'elephone.' "
f..r i h . basketball team u i i i i l his j u n i o r the p r o g r a m o f the f r c s h m a n - s o p h o m o n
P r o f e s s o r Jesse E. S l i n a r d , head o f
" T h e n - are t h r e e socialogical theories
Miss lones a i d .
w a r and then proceeded t o w i n a r e g u l a r elass r i v a l r v
sing i n the a u d i t o r i u m ;, it c r i m e , " said D r . P a i n t e r , " l i e r e d i l y , the Spanish d e p a r t m e n t , and P r o f e s s o r
C h a r l o t t e d e b , head o f t h e F r e n c h d e l.lace on d i e H i n g l i a i n l o n C e n t r a l H i g h
,
| h | s ,,, ,,.,,„„,,,
T | u ,h l l
perverted e d u c a t i o n , and social o r g a n
I -. h... I le.im l b , lirst vear out,
I .'uring
M
the m
mooddeerrnn ffoorreeii gg nn
lion.
None o f these
however
a r e p.u
" "l iKi i'c"n' l', "wl il l !l !direct
' " ' ^ ' ' the
his lirst , , . i r ,,1 h i g h school
basketball
M
N
I., the sophomore el
'"icilv
01 Hu- n a t u r e „ i cr
at its " ' K '
?C,",,M- . I ' ' " ^ - '
Winfred
l l
an enviable r e c o r d , hold ' w r i t t e n I n l i e l t \
D i a m o n d , the .
worst.
; ' "
. ' • IH"«I " I Ihe C e r m a n d e p a r t -
RIVALRY SING FRIDAY
SHILLINGLAW TO SING
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, ,
Robert
l i e w i l l h, :.ee,,,np.ii|..,i ,,1 l b , piai'J,
l.v R l i l l i k'. I ! lies, _'-'.
\ l b a m b.o s , , | ||,e \ \ dh.nil I I. I.e.,'
« i i I h a p t . l , I l t d . . , . l De M o l . n ,
w h i c h is hi...,,|ra m m a h i l l I1..111
pi',.,,,am h, e
..I t.
Mulhnglaw, wl.
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Do Cella rs Give Ash dins A Cold?
Shulles Giles Jazz Reply For Show
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-^'w Type
,l l u . ^ , l . , ? l 'i l' i , ;
' h " " « . " 1 " " " " u a s w r i t t e n I , Israel K a
lelined a-, the w i l f u l doing ,,1 s e l l i i n g '
,',
o" s ' ,! he teachers o f C e r m a n
' '•"
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I h e , „ „ • . , , , l „ alma mat
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11,11 I " . . ' . " " • ' ' Miturd.-o a f t e r n o o n
w r i t t e n b.v K a t b r y u W e i
I . h o i . e as a l l - o t i l h c r u tier guar ..
Alfred
T h e m a l h e u i a l i c s section w i l l be under
.1 the hi s| lineage, educated i l l the best
I I , 1111 1 was .,11 s , i l o r a belter r e c o r d Hasche
wrote
all the s
supervision
o f Professor
I Larry
for t h e u i i i v e r s i t i i s, and o f t h e stablest
financial me
: In n, \ | \ i .0- w i n 11 had luck o v e r l o o k
l
l
i
i
c b e i i o i i g h . head o f t h e m a t h e m a t i c s
fresbuien.
condition mav deliberalelv and purposelv
bun 1:1 d i e
1 , , l an accident in t h e
department.
P r o f e s s o r A . K. Mcik, o f
o i i l n v i and scheme to d e f r a u d and i l l
(
d
a
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l
v
,
Hales,
'3d.
and
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l
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n
l-'a.v,
'
3
1
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! In -I game o l t h e season.
Lie's ankle
discuss
jure
I n , lellow men.
T i n - f o r m o l the education d e p a r t m e n t , w i l l
was h i , . k e n in this g a m e
I he was
are the song leaders,
I he s,,pl
1, "Subjective and Objective
T e s t i n g in
I 1 . i . i d :., ,
I t h e rest ..1 the M a r 111 w i l l practice al 11 :l.s M I.u and W e d
b. I'aigeiie S e y m o u r , o f t h e
Die V . M . t . A . 'i's'p'ianii'i'i'.g auolhei ( i i o i i i e l r v • " .
l b , h o . p u . i l ... o i l t h e sidi lines.
, t i H ' edlicati
lepai Intent w ill speak o n
ncsda.v in the a u d i t , a nun and I n.l.n a l
01111a! discussion
m e e t i n g , aecordiu^
1 ..nun.; to M a l e I ollege 111 the f a l l o l
W a l l a c e I I . S l r e v e l l , president o f l l u " A N'ew S v l l a l n i s 111 Plane C e o m e t r y . "
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man stud. 111 a m
p r a c l i c e Tiiesdav . , u , | Tbursilav al 11 -15 nani/.alioii,
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i p l l l l l , I Mill d i b e
Idle o l i h e
d e p a i l n i i nl ; P r o f e s s o r
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II .1 I i , w 1 s i d l handicapped \n
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H a l l i a r d S, l i l o l i s o i i . head o f the c h e m IIIII ,
I I . . w . w 1. I leruev s,„,n » „ i
ist r.1 d e p a r t n i e u l a n d D r . C a t l e t o i i I-'..
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p,
n l o l h i u i s e l l 011 l b ,
Hale, bead o l t h e p l i v s i f s d e p a r l i i i e n l ,
..II, 1 , I, n i l .,.,,1 I n In Id thai post eve.
a i d d u e l Ihe science section. T h e topic
•M'll be " H e l p s 1..1- s c i e n c e T e a c h e r s " .
In I ' O . . 7 . I h i n , \ w . n I..Midi high
W\
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a, W . M s c o r e l s "
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FROM WHAZ MONDAYil!™!™;^
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Must Pay Dues To Attend Soiree; Bids Will
Be $3; Favors And Decorations Are Secret s H 3 ; ! i S
h i . ha k e l b a l l a, l i v i l n •• |oe \ \ u l i | , l . , i i . i . „ S o u e e aim,,,1 coin
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l l u rge o i P r o f e s s o r J o h n M . Sayles,
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R Midolph .Sprapue. ' . " ' , n the president
inn:
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M.inh. i
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have b e i l l signing l o l hills a l l this week
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a , h i , topic, " A d m i n i s t r a t i o n o f P a r e n l the . .iiiuig n . n ' Mb, 1 i l n t i o u . i n c l u d e :
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n ,i|s. ' - h u h . .' ..pinion
I . . i n - K l e i n . '."'. was re elected t r e a s u r e r
a p r o g r a m under d i e d i r e c t i o n o f P r o a M . I I ' I , a c c o r d i n g to Louise Du'.ee. '30, l u a h a m .
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I he l.icull v , o i i i i l i i l l e e is Jane b . u
Mill lit .1 I . .11,p>, i d b.\ - h u h ,
Ml III
p a r t m e n t , and c h a i r m a n o f the section.
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ill..in k
, I n n in.in, \ I I i'Mii.1 R....,a a n dC l i n t o n F. Recti, o f the state d e p a r t m e n t
I I I I I , . i . l show in d i e a u d i t . . l i m n o f t h e-aid i l l r e f e r e n c e I,, both.
S a r a h ValTee.
I 1 / / ' o i c h c - ' t r a We.lne ,|.,'
"Ileloi
of education, w i l l speak o i l " R e g e n t s
\ l aii.v H i g h s.h.,,,1 t h i s vear Mislead , , l
o u e e have
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nave Ii n e i i e.\
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E x a m i n a t i o n s in T y p e w r i t i n g and S h o r t he S t a l e I o l l e g e s t a g e . " Robert I n c i t i n g m u c h effort to m a k e the dance u fu Vol's collinnt lee.
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c u m n i l t e e consist, o f
tod.iv
I h e l a S i g m a and P l u l o l o g i a l i t u p o f C o r n e l i a
Wednesd.u.
e i a i v societies o f t h e H i g h school l i a v e l c h a i
i n , \ i r g i n i . i S i m i l e s and Fleaii... Hetty H u r r i s , c h a i r m a n , L u c y H a g e r a m i t ollege b u i l d i n g s , r \ c c p t f o r the l i b r a r y
school d i v i s i o n , w h i c h w i l l meet i n t h e
been asked p . sponsor the p r e s e n t a t i o n .
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I OF 1929 TROUBADOURS
Continued on page J
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 16, 1928
State College
News
MUZZEY'S TEXT, REVISED, BECOMES
BALANCED "AMERICAN ADVENTURE"
ESTABLISHED BY T H E CLASS OF 1918
Tile Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for feacheis
THE NEWS
By W. M. F..
The American Adventure.
Dy Dr. David Saville Muzzey.
$10. T w o volumes. N e w York: H a r p e r s .
T h i s w o r k needs little introduction to college readers.
It is a revised and extended form of Dr. Muzzey's well
known college text; it lias Rained much by the extension, for it n o w includes numerous illustrations to enliven the possibility of monotony from h u n d r e d s of
printed pages. While retaining the m a p s which characterized t h e regular texts, the publishers have added
several full page pictures. A m o n g the most attractive
are a portrait of W a s h i n g t o n by Stuart as a front ispiece, sketches depicting the arresting of a witch, S h a y ' s
mob in possession of a courthouse, landing of negroes
at J a m e s t o w n in 1619, vote counting in the disputed
H a y e s - T i l d e n election, and portraits of (he presidents.
" T h e g e n e r a t i o n s that have shaped our national char-
BOARD
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Business
Manager
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Ediloi
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Entered as second class matter at post office, Albany, N. Y.
The News does not ni.•cessarily end arse isentiment Is .ixnrcssed in
contributions . N o coimnu ideations will be printed uniless the writers'
names are left wiiIII the Edltor-in •(.hi. if of the NevI'S. Ann nyinity
will be preserved if so desired.
SENIUH ASSOCIATE EDITOR
KATHLEEN DOUGHTY, '28
J U N I O R ASSOCIATE EDITO
GRACE M, IJRAUV, 'JO
FLORENCE KO'EN, '29
GENEVIEVE COLE, '29
BESSIE I.AI'EDKS, '29
ROSE DRANSKV, '29
ELIZABETH PULVER, '29
MILDRED GAIIEL, '28
I.ELA VAN S C H A I C K , '28
M O L L I E KAUFMAN, '29
CAROLINE S C H L E I C H , '29
DESK EDITORS
MARGARET J. STEELE, '30
L O U I S J. WOLNER, '30
REPORTERS
HAMILTON ACHESON, '30
FLORENCE GOODING, '30
IIETTINA AZZARITO, '29
HETTY HARRIS, '30
GLADYS HATES, '30
MAY K I . I W E N , '29
A L I C E B E N O I T , '30
CAI.OI.INE KOTRHA, '30
GERTRUDE BRASLOW, '29
E D I T H LAWRENCE, '30
DOROTHY BRIMMER, '30
LORENA MARCUS, '29
MARGARET BURNAP, '30
ROY SULLIVAN, 29
ALMA DOLAN, '30
S H I R L E Y WOOD, '30
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS
THOMAS P. FALLON, '29
FRANCIS E. G R I F F I N , '28
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS—ADVERTISING
J O S E P H I N E NEWTON, '28
MAIIEL HERG, '28
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS—CIRCULATION
R U T H KELLY, '28
ELEANOR W E L C H , '29
BUSINESS STAFF
FREDERICK VV. CRUMB, '30
JANE FI RMANEK. 'JO
A N N E STAFFORD, '29
ADVERTISING STAFF
IVAN G. CAMPBELL, '29
MILDRED LANSLEY, '29
LUCY HAGER, '30
DOROTHY I.EFFF.HT, '30
ROSE HANDLER, '30
BERTHA N A T H A N , '30
MARGARET H E N N I N G B
'30
A N N E SCHNEIDER, '29
N E W S CLUH
ELIZABETH PHETLEPLACE, '28 President
A N N E STAFFORD. '29
Vice-President
ALICE BENOIT, '30
Secretary-Treasurer
"ALL-AMERICAN"
AMI " P A C E M A K E R "
acter u n d e r the inspiration of political and social ideals
cherished as distinctively American, still exert, and will
continue to exert, a potent influence in d e t e r m i n i n g the
motives a n d m e t h o d s by which we shape o u r present
and future policies," he points out. Considering the demand of American laity to refresh its interpretation of
the nation's history in the light of new points of view,
Dr. M u z z e y here presents these volumes in the hope
that they may "contribute t o a belter u n d e r s t a n d i n g
and a more vivid appreciation of the significance of
American d e m o c r a c y . "
T h e s e are two volumes of well earned s t a n d i n g that
can be recommended for a place in the library of the
private citizen. T h e student w h o plans to keep his college text book would do well to gel The American Adventure instead of the regular college text. T h e slight
extra expense will be more than offset by the g r e a t e r
value of the set, both in the home library and as more
enticing reference books.
Even the cover jacket is interesting, being an illumination of a series of episodes in history.
Here Ihe
aboriginal Indian shoulders a modern liner, and the submarine cuts across in front of an ox team.
The history is "honest and human and, above all,
interesting". T h e fascinating portions in the epic of a
nation are set forth in a straight-froni-the shoulder
clarity.
The balance between political, social and economic fields seems fair. T h e emphasis on other aspects
other than battles will be a welcome treat for those
brought up in the old school.
A WARMS,
C. I. P. A., 1927
SECOND
PRIZE AS " A M E R I C A ' S
BEST TEACHERS
NEWSPAPER," C. S. P. A., 1927
P R I N T E D BY M I L L S ART PRESS, 394-396
Albanv, N. Y.
March 16, 1928
COLLEGE
Rroa.
Vol. X I I , No. 24
WASHINGTON'S FAME CAMK WITH HIS
MATURITY, RUPERT IIUGIIKS AVERS
ISSUE EDITOR—LOUIS J- WOLNER, '30
By VV M. F
George Washington, The Rebel and The Patriot.
H\ Rupert
Hughes. $5. 694 pages. New York: Morrow.
CUT SHOWS NON-COOPERATION
I
With this second book of a lour volume series on the
The finance board is to be highly commended on the way ) life of Washington, Mr. Hughes succeeds in writing a far
in which it has handled the budget and the collection of I more interesting book than was his first hook on ihe same
subject.
This is probably largely due lo the fact thai
the student tax here.
,
I,
i' . • , i • . , •
,,
readers would prefer to read about Ins campaigns rather
<,.,...
than his pursuit of a mysterious "Lowland Beauty " <<••*<
The fact that the appropriations to the various clubs,
,
,
,
,
.
,
,
,
•--.-•••:
'-'",',•
,
'
,
,ing with the
societies and organizations have had to be cut this year
somewhat detailed description ol Ihe hie ol
a gentleman of the time, the author then proceeds into the
shows that the student body has nul en-operated with the
Revolution. He explains the reason for Washington's being named commander in chief, when John Hancock is suphoard to the best of its abilities. But, the fact that the
posed to have desired the honor. Oilier incidents of the
.,., ...HIIUIIIK ine creating ol an army,
cuts have been so small shows that the board has used
and the infamous attempts to assassinate ihe general.
careful planning and consideration in the handling of the
This second volume lakes us 10 the day after Christmas,
1777, when Washington "had proved himself a general.
College finances.
lie had taught his soldiers to light. He was now resolved
to leach them to persevere in the war for a Country, even
Although each of the organizations has had to suffer a
ii he had to pay for their education himself, li was just
decrease in its appropriation, it is expected that the cuts
dawning upon them thai they had a country to light for."
We inn si read through ibis hook again in Ihe hope of
will mil be lull too severely. It does not Mini piohable
finding ihe alleged startling distortions and perversions of
that any one group will suffer to a great extent because of
history that rumor has ii abounds in ihe hook. We cannot
consider Ihe words concerning Ihe development "from a
the forced cutting down mi the appropriations, li seems
ballled soldier and a bewildered farmer into one of the
also deplorable that then are still some students al State
masterpieces of human nature," those of a calumniator.
The author ventures ihe view point thai had Washington
College who hold out and refuse either to pay their obligadied at the age of forty three he would he lislcd as having
ma le no accomplishments. Compared with the youthful ad
tion or to make any explanation of their failure to do so.
.s.ipnicou, Scipio
.icipio ,\!ricauiis,
( aesar 01
venturer
tch ..s
as Napoleon,
Afri
The finance board is willing to listen to and lo consider
Wolfe, he was a back number; bis was the lame that
with maturity.
seriously any excuse offend by the students for not meeting
We aw.nl expeclanll;, tin
'• I w o v o l u m e - of t h e
series. In the meantime, wi
the blanket tax. Since individuals of this type are a pari
picking up this h,„,k,
iv ing its okler brolhe r (piite nut.niched.
of every group, lor lis to expeel otherwise in ibis particular
situation would he folly.
The NEWS wishes to e s p i e s , it, appreciation and thanks
to Professor York and tin- members ,,l the I. -.1 who have
spent so much of their time and int. re i in 'In- financial
problems oi the < ollege this tear
French bete is one ol the few eve III . o| lite < ollege
year ill which ivcry one lakes pari. Sludelils ol .ill dc
parttnents enjoy ihe French bete
Laughter, mirth and
hilarious enjoyment ol ,1 nigh! in I'.ui- thai equals b'reuch
Fete.
spending
Imuii in an elfoil lo
put on a Fete which will please you.
Fvery event
from
the plays in the auditorium lo the dancing in lb
He gy 11111,1
siimi will be of Ihe lust, this year.
So-
it you know a Sood time when you see
ailing,
you will lake pleasure in attending French Fclc tomorrow
night.
Xor/leel. In J. frank N'orlleel.
$2.01).
|. frank N'orlleel w.is a sink
old slock market
C'O.MK T< ) FRF.XCH h'K'l K!
Committees have been
XORFI.KKT PICTURKS liAXDITS A XI
SI.KUTII W i l l i RI.YI.'XCK !•'( )R KIDS
hue of Ihe bn
pp.
Impi
DEARBORN EXPLAINS
SUCCESS FOR BOTH
ASSEMBLIES FRIDAY
N
5P0RTilOUER|
1
Thus ends ihe basketball season al
though the big game oi the girls intei
league is |o he played tomorrow
Ihc sophomore and freshman lean,
Baseball will begin soon. T h e
first game is scheduled for May 5
with Jamaica T r a i n i n g furnishing
the opposition. T h e t w o big games
on the p r o g r a m are the t w o clashes
with Hamilton college, one here and
one at Clinton.
The first of last week's plays, directed
by Mildred Gabel, '28, was a 'tremendous
success. Miss Gabel is to be congralu I
lated on the selection of her cast.
Nancy Morgan, '2H, was eery charming in Ihe role of Lady fanny. Sin
seemed perfectly tree and al home mi
the stage. The pari of her butler-lover
"W h\ nol home .con
n - lor r o l l e d
was interpreted by Robert J. Shilling
. n i l lop;
law, '-'>. who won the admiration and entrance.-" will !e |h
sympathy of his audience in his inter- liscussinii al Ihe hoiil
pretation ol the dual role of Servanl ii ihe round table lo he c
duel..I
and Man.
•n.ilii I'd lonioiTow i i i o r n i i i i .
The case was completed with Royal
w i l l be
Knox, '.il. cast as Sir Gerald, the sar
More,
I'-.. \ \
castic husband of Lady Fanny. The
piny was a satire on married life. It
win
aci
as
chairman.
Dean \\ illia
had an Fnglish selling.
Mei/ler will speak on "The iim.l.n
The second play on the program was rharaclerisiic
.,
subject mailer
a novelty for ihe Slate stage. Settings
('"liege entrance." \ |
Helen I lev I
and effects were extremely difficult hill
islam
n n a l education New V , „ l
were equally well executed. It was ih ,l;Ml
' 'leparlmeni 1,1 i-ilucu
reeled by Knn'ly Williams, '2X.
1 1
"I' , ;;-; Ihe roundlahle. II
v
I lorace Myers,
u
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'r'i '.il,
' " i 'east
' V ' i'a'"1 '' ' ' ' ' J ( ' ( l n l
by
, i r e e p i ),..,,,,
i iiincrcular invalid, who had o cave Us ""
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'""'ancr credit tor [ruiuinu
>v """"-' »> Ihe sc.,, in order to n
'I
mrmal schools-"
gam his health was excellent. Golden
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,
,
,VI
|I was
. . . . . .good
. i hut
! / did
.-. "nul seem ' "to '"'
"
feel ihe
I spirit of the [liny as did Myers. They
worked up their climaxes very well.
Furniture used in ihe plav directed In
J Mis., (label was loaned lo the advanced
. ' " A L 1 il,
dramatics class through ihe courtesy oi
H a d 1,11
the F. J. licckerl furniture company,
e.'s
Iealiu ,
( eiitral avenue near Lake.
.rche.ll ,
Playgoer's ('oinpaiiioii.
Is III I p,
MISS HEYL ADDRESSES
HOMEMAKER'S SECTION
5 STATE COLLEGIANS
GIVE JAZZ PROGRAM
The
shll'les
TO PLACE SOIREE LION
ON SALE HERE FRIDAY
"No more
nlrihulious will I,,- ac
cepted for ll
Soiree number ol th
Lion," Mettini
Vzzarilo, 'JO editor m
chief, said tod,
I he cover designed In
Ruth (,. Mm
'-'«. will he don, i,
purple, gold and black
The Lion will
lod.n in the lo
rrtdnr ,,1 | ),•
hall, she said.
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"Budget Cutis Deplorable," Says Watts,'28;
Vwlet Pierce, '28, Believes ItQuite
Quite Fair
Fa,
'"I lotting lahulali.
in individual culs
car and a conipari
iei|uireuients.
I
the budget
Willi la I
he Had ,,, ,|,
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hu.le.l
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11 who had lleeced
I
, ,,,, ' p e x a s l o
1,,1111a to blorida
gain, then up lo ( anada, In Albany and New
York, hack |o Florida and finally lo H e m 1 where, will)
the aid of the I 'lliled Slates attorney evrl \
evei ) member ol Ihe
ilitii stale bunco gang w,
The tale is so thrilling,
,,, m
-o 1.lascinaling
fast,, in
ils pace, so
thai, w
e r e il not
o r 11
it- proline
nr.,1
III..-,.-•..•'•
•• showi
1
ww>.
were
not llor
the
ilhnl
rations
paper aieouuls
I N'orlleel'»
Hvilies, one could I,
believe il.
All this happened Ine K a
" d Nnl'ileel'.s name llieu
rang
1 .eg from
IIOHI coa.-.t
loa-.t tto eo.isi a, one of America's greatest
sleuths. He had .succeeded where professional dele,lives
had failed hut then he was working to revenge, not him
self, bill bis kiddies who wen- deprived of higher educations because the gang fleeced him. The hook is human.
nd
U e d l l e ,|a
01
I he lat I
„.„,«•
H u e si,
.""h'el '» keepiliK
rrom I
"Success is the attainment of a position which enables one to exert the
greatest influence for the ultimate welfare of humanity," Dr. Ned Dearborn,
b H -Soil
a member of the State Board of Edttcatioti, said in both assemblies Friday.
"This definition of success especially
We umitld like lo congratulate Joe
concerns teachers," he declared.
l/eniey on his captaincy of basketball
The qualification for success is not
for next year. Joe has been one of
material position, but the influence, or \ lite best /'layers Stale has had in re
th
e philosophy of life which men lik
nl years. May he and his team hare
Aristotle, Bacon and Abraham Lino
• a gaoil season next year.
advanced. These men are immortal," h
continued
Also we lake pleasure in awarding Ihc
A
motion was made and seconded by men's iuterclass basketball championship
g ^ - f f i ?
T
f a m i l y ' o f Arri'cu in the junior class team. The juniorDumbari, a workman on Ihc new build proved themselves far superior to both
ing who was killed last week. A IK
of I licit- opponents in (he lourni
nt ami
for this money was placed in the rotunda are worthy champions.
Monday.
Ills hue eosi him sM.s.ono. representing I
bill when he hit and swallowed the line,
lighlly thai ihe bunco nun 1 mildii'l lose I111
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S T A T E C O L L E G E N E W S , M A R C H 16, 1928
3 NEWS DELEGATES
ATTEND CONVENTION
VARSITY BATTLE TO
INTERSORORITY BALL COLLEGE HUMOR WILL
23 POINT TIE WITH COMMITTEESANNOUNCED SPONSOR SUMMER TOUR
ALUMNAE HERE SAT. G o l d e n a H i l l s , president o f ( l a m i n a C o l l e g e H u m o r is c o n d u c t i n g a huge
The <.;ir|s' alumnae game S a t u r d a y r e -
French Addresses Editors
Columbia Universary
Press Convention
At
sulted
the
at
Three
Scholastic
ill
\ew
I're.-s
and
associate
wed..
n invention
The}
were
M . I''rench, '_'o, iiinii.-igiiij;
I'ln i n plai e, 'JN.
edilor.
.M. h'reneh
spoke
a tie, each
Throughout
varsiu
maintained
one time
in
side
making
the game,
the lead,
ihe t h i r d
23
however,
except
quarter
the
score was I - 11 in f a v o r o f the alumnae.
Wtording
"Me .a
to
Miss
t i n ' i.MesI
Johnston
alumnae
this
games
was
ever
plaved.
'_>,X, bitsine-s man
Klizabclli
innnaginf>
William
the ( i i l i u n h i u
a- .ueiatinii
last
S. S a M m i ,
William
alitor;
11,,• \ i u -. h,,;)r<l
the \ i u - ai
Yolk
Katherim
ager;
,,,
numbers
represented
in
points.
Kappa
P h i has annauneed t h e
eommittees
for
freshments,
music,
Hetty
Inter-sorority
Josephine
Ruth
Murray,
Lawrence,
'29;
taxies
'28.
and i n v i t a t i o n s ,
llowers
Helen
Kappa
Foster,
Lhi
is
star,
Margaret
scoring
Doughty,
star, scoring
1.)
points;
12 points.
n, mie o i
beginning
through
Kngland
peare
country
will
(>stend,
A
at
29-day
I
a n d the Shakes-
follow
the visit
Brtissells
to
and Paris,
I lie c l i m a x c i t y o f the t o u r , w i l l he other
Aihla
general
decorations.
Rogers
Hollywood;
and
'_'K, was the v a r s i t j
summer
points o n the tour.
Berg,
l i e . i l l ire \ .in S i e e i i h u r g h , '.11, was the
alumnae
this
jaunt
Montreal,
Davison,
Mahle
party
M o n t r e a l , Canada on J u n e 22.
'28;
llartman, 'J9;
and p r o g r a m s ,
(iamma
chairman ol
house
re-
decorations,
Raton, ' 2 9 ; favors, A r m i n e
'2H; a r r a n g e m e n t s , S h i r l e y
'30;
following
ball:
St. Johns,
Dick
Coast
football
ford
university,
llyland,
idol
from
and J e r r y
writer
Pacific!
belaud
Stall-
P
(,alley's uni-
MISS LOVE TO SPEAK
versity o f C h i c a g o o r c h e s t r a ,
ON LIBRARY PROBLEMSpany Ihe l r a \ elers,
T h e alumnae team included h'lnrence
tile r o u n d tahle m u t ' c r e n c i - I'm r e | i n
' ' r a d d o c k , ' - ' 5 ; Kthel D u B o i s , '27; D u r o (Continued from puire one)
thy
l l o y t , J 5 ; Miss J . Isahellc Johnston,
(
senlatives
from
teacher-' .-. ,1 h v . education b u i l d i n g .
Miss M a r t h a Caro' l i i i M r u c l o r in physical e d u c a t i o n , Beatrice
n o r m a l schools,
l i e d o c r i ' ed the \
line
Pritchard,
professor
of
library
\ . H I S t c e n h u r g h , '31 ; and M a r y W'enctasystem, a m i < xplaineil t i n feature ol
science and d i r e c t o r o f the n e w l y establ
l
i
e
v
a
r
s
i
t
y
team
was
made
up
of
M u d e i i t - t a i i e l i t ekis-es in j u i i n i a l U i n !
lisbed l i l i r a n school, has charge o f Ihe |
M a r i o n L o t t o , '.fit; M a r g a r e t
Doughtv,
section.
T h e delegates he,
"'• • l " l l M
>< ! ' J S ; A n l i i l i M o w n . 31 ; M a r i o n ( i i l h e r t .
h'inley, o f t h e N'eu N • .11, 'II nm
mies. . , „ ,!, I ,J| ; M,-, r i,, ( . | | ; i v k . . , ' a l l ; W i n i f r e d
" ( l a s s r o o n i Reference P r o b l e m s " w i l l
Mills
iirlhut,
'31 :
luaniia
M c l i a r l v , '_"': be discussed I n Mis-, i a l h e r i n e
.it the o p e n i n g - e - - i , , n , I i id.n i
w
h
n
M
c
X
i
c
k
l
e
,
•_'<>;
A
n
n
a
M
o
o
r
e
,
'311;
Love,
assistant
prol'es.sor
of
library
I ) , a n H a w k . . . o f ( nhunhi.i r - l l e
. m a n ( I d w e l l . '31 ; Frances Leek. '31 ; science; A l e l i n e X a c k e r l , supervisor o l
o n nee L o i t e r . 'JS ; D o r o t l n L o u land, school l i b r a r i e s f o r the s t a l e ; M r - . W .
S. K . KatclilTe. a . ociale . d i l
V a m i M a r u a r e l W a d s w o r t ' h . '3d.
S. K i n g , a member o f the S t a l e ( ollege
\ e u S t a t e s m a n . L o n d o n , and f.
l i h r a r v school class w h i c h w i l l he era,I
vear.s a nieiiihet
oi
i!„
\ l i.i In li i i hail i l l ' ll o l the eommittees H I ' ! , ' as f o l
uated in J u n e , and Miss Mac P a r k i n s o n ,
( i n i r d i a n s t a l l , ,.I< 11. - - e d ., , ion I ; .
low . I 1,,,-oilu
L o w l a n d , 'JS, general assistant d i r e c t o r ot the stall -cli...ij li
daj alter
I I , d e - e n l . e d ll
i
I.i
c h a i r m a n : K a t h l e e n D m i g h l v , 'JS, t e a ; braries.
mental difference-, l . i a u n I lit I i m l i - l i ( ,iiIn rine k\ \ , m i s , ' . i l , m u s i c ; l u a n i i a
and A m e i ieau new sp.ipi i . and P"k' " i i M i I I . O M . J 1 ', l l o w e r s ; and A n n a '.\l a-,
from'
noted
will accom-
Perkins Silk Shop
Parlour
The most Convenient
Place T o B u y
SILKS
COTTONS
WOOLENS
At lowest cash prices
Ncar T h e College
erkins Silk Shop
PARLOUR
244 L u r k
St.
C o r . Lancaster St,
Mail orders
prepaid
(Oriental and (Occidental '-Restaurant
AMERICAN
AND
CHINESE
Open 11 until 2 A. M.
Dancing 10:30 till I A. M„ Except Sunday
44 State St.
Phone Main 7187
DANKER
"SAYIT Lane
WITH FLOWERS"
•10 and 42 Maiden
Albany, N. Y
countries.
Deleuates attended t i n n . i i l . n
l o r n six stale-,
Mask.i
aid
More
than one l l i o i i - a n d
an
f a c t i l h a d \ iser- w e n - p i , -, P I
DR. M. G. NELSON VISITS
SPENCERTOWN SCHOOL
POSITIONS OBTAINED BY
NINE MORE SENIORS
•a
\ i n , tin rl'e -i Hi' 'I s li.i \ i , I I I , i " , . d li n l i
jug pi i-ll lolls | o r next V ' .il . ai i " I due.' '•
an ai
line
nt i r..m tin < at
i Li"
lessor J o i n , M . Sayles. he id ..i ihe edit ;
In
M . (,. V . L o u , assistant professor
i d u e a l i o i i , h a - keen spending Some
at Spi u e e r p o i t , u here he has la-en
IL' i
ti ei ate Ihe coiir.se.s of - t u i h
, .speneerpoil I n c h school.
Forest
:- p r i n c i p a l o f the school.
FEAREY'S
' T h r e e have been pi.ie, d :, on I n e l i li |
department, ' w • li
I a i m dep.n tun ' '.
t w o f r o m sen nee dep.n l i l i e n l . t w o n .,-n
p a r l i m ill
• I ruin
lm 1. •• •
SPRING STYLE
in
Women's Footwear
dep.,1 i n n nl
r i . I L a r k l u i ' i s ; , | - , : ; h-h . , n . | I I . I M I I .,I
(ircciicville;
M i l d r e d i ,.,hl. . ' i.-li •.". „ i
I ireellevilll . \ l l | , | l , d
M o m . I .,1111 .,1
(ireeiievilh :
\ l a l I.
l - u , •:.
-. ,, n,,
at
Diaper
I I e!i
eh-...!. - . , ! „ . , i . , d ' .
I a t l i i . i n , l i t n on,
i. . .n I', nnla n i " . .
Dorollo
D.v. Kneh-h
,i I n i l - m i l l , .
i J o r o i l n I , i d n . >. l i n i o M
,- I . i l l . i, i l l , .
I.ela V a n Sh.n, k. I n - ' . ' M .,,,d I n e l i li at
D e l a i i s o n : and M If. - . m i e i . I , , i a i .,t
Keelle V a l l e v .
$6.50
FEAREY'S
44 N o . Pearl St.
T h e p r o p e r e x p r e s s i o n o l an> a i l d e m a n d s
Hair
B o b b i n g , w h i c h explains
in
come to
Finger Waving
"PERSONALITY BOBS"
I hone
Main
I.H No. Pearl St.
Opp Clinton Square
6280
COLLEGE CANDY SHOP
203 Central A v e n u e (near Robin)
TRY OUR TOASTED SANDWICHES
KOHN BROS.
A Nation-Wide Organization
to travel and earn from
5 0 to *75 a week all summer long
~\V)X7~ITH lieadquartersinChicatzoanil 17 branch oflices in the United States, Compton's—established
v v in 1893—is a n ition-wiib, internationally known institution. A n organization that carries into
the home a prestige and recognition that hundreds of progressive norrial school students and women
teachers have Capitalized year alter year. Think of what this means to you: that though no experience
is required, this great organization invites you to join us and is ready and willing to pay you while we
train you to earn $50 to $75 or more por week all summer long!
Money—for your fondest v/ish
Travel—for your happiness
"A (;<><>cl Place T o B u y "
As Narrow
AAA
As
S
As
Wide
KKK
As
AT POPULAR PRICES
12r> Central Avenue
Open Evenings
I)
I ' l i o n c Vi'cii Vol I
leooeN
Jj|mtUumrfi
(^iitVfrrta
IMS Ci'iilriil Awiuu'
'il- kubin
Alliiiny, \ . Y.
I ranch of the Boulevard Restauraui I OH-1 10 .Stats .Street
^•^S^S-^Ov, ^
V'
expertness, especially
w h y more and more w o m e n
Permanent Waving P A L L A D 1 N O
V Master Harbei
12 B e a u t i c i a n s
^rbu are Invitedifco J o i n
Money makes for more than savin;.. A trip to Europe—or a wardrobe. Or investments that may finally
mean an independent income. Compton's check goes to you weekly. <>o if money plays a part in some
one or more ambitions . . . here ii is in handsome measure.
Travel yields much more than momentary pleasure. What one gains from travel can not be tabulated
easily. But if travel, too, appeals to you, why not travel while you earn? Thus you see, the Compton
plan eives you dotii ly two advancements: money and
travel with eoiu'ental companions every day! Meet new
people—s>eu new | laces—make mure money.
This en upon brings the details. Send it now!
ThL h r.ll we a:;lc of you
F. li. C O M P T O N & C O M P A N Y
We inipoi.e no u ,,:; i,..ui.;.i,.njnb. V'h.a u. wum above all else, in
ennii.'»l ell. il . . . aai.j.o a, i.n '!.,. aee- laij il e »| nil llii.1 niblsla "1 tan do
il il .he m i . " Hutuli-BiUJ VWJ.II a l.,n e bu.avd^d wall us. Hundreds
tt'huse sole a»sui w.ia uiiibiliun and ill i \ ,1 U) will. We will i;lucily give
you ilieir names and ilieir addresses, bo.ne have stepped inio pernianeni
execudve posiiiuim ai $4,1)00 lo $5,000 j er ye.a. Tln-ir way is open IO you.
And today—ll $200 io $-100 per niuiuli .ill aunnuer isinleiesung to you—
till oul ihe coupon on (his page and mail It. All ihe (acta will come from
I'le'ase send me bee, and abs. Iia.iv without ob"
I gal ion on my pan, your summer W.c-.uiot) and
Mouey-eaining Plan.
Coiupioji'b, vvuh our invitation "- v u to join this buccesslul organization.
Address
F. E . C O M P T O N
I 'ali K ' ' i Normal
Established 189i
0c C O M P A N Y
1000 N. Ih.iiboni Street
Chicago
D e p i . ('-55, 100(1 N . I V . i r h o m St., C:lut-u«o
(Jeialemen:
My Name
Aa.e
Yaaiu 11 training
i Jin i awliiutj III
J'.Jj puaiticnij
.
1 hava lud
years ol leaching cxpeiien.e. l.iy
school closes
STATE COLLEGE FEWS, MARCH 16, 1928
4
PLAY "FOUR HORSEMEN"
JUNIOR FIVE BEATS
FRESHMEN TO TAKE BY CANDLYNJHOMPSON
first rendition of the sacred conCAGE CHAMPIONSHIPtata,The"The
Four Horsemen" will be given
By
ROY V.
SULLIVAN
By defeating the freshman quintet 3S-1S
Friday, the junior class basketball team
annexed the championship of the men's
inter-class basketball league. The frosh
had entered the final round of the tournament by nosing out the sophomore
outfit, Tuesday 16-13. The juniors gained
the right to play in the finals by trouncing the seniors on Thursday, 27-7. A
feature of Thursday's game was the
fact that the junior's used two complete
teams, putting in the second team after
the first string outfit had run up a 22-2
lead.
T h e freshmen were expected to give
the juniors a hard battle and perhaps
beat their upper-class opponents in the
game Friday; but they didn't have a
chance. The '2l) outfit ran up a 10-2
score by the end of the first quarter and
the frosh were never able to lessen that
gap. Carpenter, Kocrner and Auerbach
featured for the winners and Lyons and
Ludhim played best for the freshman
five.
Saturday, just to prove that they were
champions, the juniors went over U>
Pharmacy college and defeated the Pharmacy college freshmen 27-15. Carpenter
was the star of this game also scoring
nineteen of his team's points.
AGNES ALTRO GIVES
CONVENTION REPORT
AT ALBANY CHURCH
Agnes M. Altro, '30, delegate to North
Atlantic regional Lutheran Convention at
Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, gave her report of the conference Sunday at tinFirst Lutheran church in Albany.
The theme of the conference was
Lutheran
Nationalism.
Among
the
speakers were Dr. Morehead, president
of the National Lutheran council; Dr.
Hoover, professor of theology at Cettysburg college; and Dr. Mauhardt, professor of theology at Susquehanna universitv.
Dr.' Hoover laid down five laws for
Lutheran students to follow on the
campus. They include: live simply, and
not superficially, avoiding waste anil
luxury; develop self control and character; practice brotherhood; participate
in no societies if they lead In race
prejudice and exelusiveness; and stimulate student discussion and obey laws.
Five foreign countries were represented: Japan, Germany, Czechoslovakia,
Porto Rico and Brazil.
RECEIVES POSITION
SENIORS ELECT WOLFE,
Esther Lnysler, '28, will teach home
ROWLAND TO OFFICES economics in the Minneola public schools,
Reads Play March 28
Dorothy Rowland will be the manager Minneola, next year, Professor Florence
of the girls' athletics for the senior class E. Winchell, head of the home economics
according to an election held Wednesday. department announced today.
Other elections included Ktlna Wolfe for
class prophet and Chrissie Curtis for
class historian for class day.
A rcvote will be taken for class councillor between Chrissie Curtis and Richard Jensen. Dorothy Watts and Grace
Woodford are running for class poet and
Mary Judith Langdon and Dorothy Rahie
are candidates for class testator.
at St. Paul's Episcopal church tonight at
eight o'clock,
t h e text, written by Or. Harold W .
Thompson, professor of English; was
selected from the revelations of St. John,
the works of Henry Vaughn, Sir Walter
Scott and others.
Dr. T. Frederick H. Candlyn, instructor in music, composed the score.
Other sacred works will be given.
State College students are invited to attend, Dr. Candlyn said today.
PROCTOR'S
Grant
HIGH CLASSTAUDEVILLE
AND
MISS JOHNSON WILL
ADDRESS CLUB APRIL 11
Miss Lydia Antoinette Johnson, supervisor of practice teaching in Latin, will
address Classical club, Wednesday, April
11, no the use of illustrative material in
the leaching of Latin. Miss Johnson
will consider her subject from the standpoint of pictures and supplemental')
reading.
Live were initiated at the last meeting.
They include: Vera VV'olcott, Edith
Lawrence, Elizabeth White, Idella Easman, .Muriel Davies, all sophomores.
'30 GIRLS DEFEAT '29
ON BASKETBALL COURT
The sophomore girls defeated the
junior girls in a basketball game Monday by a score of 2o-20. Throughout
the game, however, the score was about
even ami at the end of the first half it
was ')-8 in favor of the juniors.
It was one of the most exciting games
of the season. Throughout the game the
freshmen cheered the juniors and the
juniors rallied in each quarter except the
last.
Barbara .Andrews, Laura Colliding,
and Mary Hart did most for the juniors
while Marie llavko scored most for the
sophomores.
THUR.,
FRI..
SAT.
MAR.
IS-I6-I7
• LEVER
GO
GALLEGHER"
TO HAVE INITIATION
Mathematics club will have dinner in
the College cafeteria Thursday ai six
o'clock, according to Josephine Lawrence.
'2H. Initiation of new members will lake
place immediately after the dinner, she.
said.
DIRECTION
STANLEY
With Harrison Ford and Junior Coghla
MON.,
MAR.
COMPANY
OF
STRANU
MARK
|"^V
"Dependable
I'
I'
F.'owers"
V Tdeyrujj/i
Flwn-rs l„ all
Of the World
it
R ITZ.
ALSO OPERATING
AND REGENT
&£&£
Main
THE ALBANY
THEATRES
CLINTON
SQUARE
LELAND
FL.OWER SHOP
'hone
WEEK OF MAR. 19
Wallace Beery
and
Raymond Hatton
Tbe Last
in
Corr)rT)apd" "Wife Savers"
/',„•/*
STEUBEN STREET
Corner J a m e s
AMERICA
MARK ""TP
WEEK OF MAR. 19
Af/ss s)(r/\'£s- g, rorr^/z£/?.
Emil Jannings
in
PSI GAMMA E N T E R T A I N S
Lois Dunn. '_'/. a:i alumnae of
amma, was a dinner gue-l at
anuria house Saturday nighl.
TUES-.
WED.
19.20-21
•TEA EOR THREE''
Ov Prlngle,
Me Lew Cody
with Atleeji
HOME OF FILM CLASSICS
FXCLISIYF
l'lCTCHES
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NEXT WEEK
I
NEXT WEEK
f^Mxnt
"Do" Europ
a
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p
If you see one you know it'«• a
with William Russel
'Wiffof Life™vv
with
All
Expenses!
W^inria.i^Wifce'
with Alice Day
and a Star Cast
John Gilbert
Permanent Waving
Marcel W a v i n g
Facial Massage
Manicuring
Shampooing
liohhlng
Sdcotlf[c. Beaju ty Par8®r
ANNA K. B R O W N "
3 5 2 S t a t e S t n - e ' , at Lark
Phone W e s t 4135
A l b a n y , N. Y.
WHERE BETTER BOBS ARE KNOWN
A M E S - A S W A D CANDY S H O P , Inc.
Permanent Waves
rivaled
only by nalul'o.
Special Prices for J a n u a r y .
Finger Wave or Marculle.
222 CENTRAL AVENUE
" J U S T A R O U N D Till:: CORNER AliOVL ROBIN STREET"
Hunaor's*
Sec LEONE
Muln 70.»
18 S t e u b e n St
Boulevard
Collegiate Tom
to EUROPE
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Cloud Hot"!»
1
ml
M.•.,!•,
All lip, abroad
Sailing eastward from Montreal July 22, ll).'.S, a happy
l^roup ol college men mid women will set out In ' do"
Europe in o campus-like atmosphere ol uoodlellouHlnp,
under the auspices ol "College I lumor. ' (i[ I Km n IIMmighty St. Lawrence we'll go, and aerobs the All.iulu —
with a college dance hand on board to hirnish niumc.
There'll be deck sports and bridge lourii.iiiicnlH ami
masquerades to make the ocean voyage a memorable,
"house party ut sea." C/[ Then Europe! We'll see a
under the guidance ol the Art Crabs Guild Travel
Bureau, orginatorsol the justly lamed Collegi Tour*.
They will make all reservations, h.aidlc all details, Itu
nlsh experienced couriers and guides. Wo |ust go ah ng
and enjoy ourselves! We sail homeward July la. bom
Cherbourg on the famous Canadian 1'ai die. f>u-.unship
"Empress ol Australia," arriving at Quebec July 21
C[ Membership in the tour is necessarily limi.ed II you
are interested, mail coupon below lor lull inlortnaiion
Tour Huron,, next summer with a "campus r i u u j "
under the auspices ol "College J lumor" Maga anu.
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"We
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