State College News MAY SUSPEND ALL STUDENTS TO ELECT STUDENT ACTIVITIES

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State College News
NEW YORK
VOL. XflT. No. I
STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
ALBANY, N. Y. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12,
STUDENTS TO ELECT
QUEEN OF CAMPUS
192S
STUDENTS WILL TODAY ELECT ONE OF THESE GIRLS CAMPUS QUEEN
IS K E P T
CRISIS
SECRET
IS
FACED
TODAY
Debate On Lion Appropriation
Caused Delay Of Entire
Financial Program
Class Prasidents To Nominate
Attendants For Queen
Campus Night
Shorn of iis traditional "beauty parade" feature-, the eleetinii of campus
queen u ill lie consummated in student \
assemblies this morning.
r.leetiim in the po-l of reigning dignitiiry for rumpus day event-, for Saturday,
( letoher JO, is expected to he on the lines
of popularity and worth, rather than for
beauty alone, it was said today.
The nominees, each ol whom i- a
leader in a student arli\ ity, are :
Helly J. Katoii
F.velyn I haveAlice .1. H i l l s
Mildred M. Lansley
Anne K. StalTord
The identity of llic winner will he kept
secret by Myskania until the night of
Campus day. Myskania will count the
ballols this wi ck in a secret meeting.
Attendants for the ipieeu will he nominated hy the pre,idem- of the clas-cs.
These nomination.s will he suhmitled in
Myskania, which will then pa-- upon
them. Kadi class will furnish two utlendnnl- for tin- (jin-i u.
Voting i- heme carried mil differently
from former years. Heretofore, each
person put in In- ballot, and die girl receiving mosl votes was Cou-idered elected.
This lime, tin- name- of the In e eirlwllo received tile most Vole- in la-l I'l i
day's nomination by hallm are posted.
and lodav's \o|e milsl he cast for one of
llu- live.
Miss Kali n i- pre-idenl of llic senior
da-- and a member of My.-kania. Miss
< have- i- pn -.idem of llu- student a-.sucialion, one of llu- senior representatives
mi the Dramatic and \ r l council, and a
number of \ h .kauia Ml-- Hill- i- mi
My-kania. and i- in chare,- of V. \\
A. ba/aar and i- t'ainpu- d
chairman. she i-. ali lite student
director! eoiiiinillee. M i - l.an-le\ i-
MAY SUSPEND ALL
STUDENT ACTIVITIES
Immediate Adoption Of Budget
Vital Need If Essential
Activities Continue
Voting Today Expected To Be
On Lines Of Popularity
And Worth
WINNER
10 cents per copy, S'J.'Jo per year
All undergraduate activities supported by the student association face
total suspension, unless the student
budget is adopted today.
This statement was made to the
NEWS by Professor C. A. Hidley,
faculty member of the student board
of finance.
AUME srArm&.c>
12 STATE TEACHERS
',1, IN SYRACUSE TODAY
M/SS
EifELYJV
GUMES
fiiiirlesy Albany levelling News
I ive si-ni: r girls n animated lor
cunpiis i|iicen : licllv |. Katun, Evelyn
(.rave-, Alice Hills', '.Mildred Lansley
and Anne Stafford. A final vote will
lie taken today.
BUDGET MUST BE PASSED TODAY
AN EDITORIAL—
W I K ' I I K T llic student association shall have its activities suspended is
Places Of Regular Instructors llic i n a j i i r problem con f r o n t i n g iiu-nilirr- ol llic association today.
T h i s consideration should lake precedence over all other mailers,
Are Taken By Students
in that the right of the m a j o r i t y of the association lo participate in
During Convention
MCGARTY TO DIRECT
nielilbi r- of
CAMPUS COMMISSION , I'wclve
• tmlaj attending
The budget, which was submitted to
the association last Friday, and which
was discussed at meetings Tuesday
and Wednesday noons, will he opeii
for further discussion today at the one
joint assembly for all classes at 10:55
o'clock.
If Charles W'orslall, '.31, can be prevailed upon lo withdraw his second to
the motion of Warren Cochrane, '30,
the lloor will al once he open for any
furl her business, according to Evelyn
Craves, 'J'), president of the student
association. Cochranc's motion was to
reduce the appropriation lo the State
I.ion from $800 lo ten dollars a year.
Activities will have to he suspended
for lack of funds if money is not forthcoming in sludeiit tax payments, according to the hoard of finance. No
payments will be accepted until the
per capita assessment can be determined. This can not he determined
until a budget is adopted, according to
Professor Hidley.
Tin- athletic contingency fund is the
only appropriation passed hy the association. It was voted to increase this
fund from $20(1 to $.300 at Monday's
meeting. This followed a vote last
Friday to strike the item from the
budget entirely.
Cochrane moved to have the Lion's
appropriation reduced to ten dollars as
a virtual way of having the magazine
stricken from the budget, be declared.
A vote of two-thirds of the assembly
would have been necessary to rescind
the vote which placed the Lion under
the budget.
Robert J. Shillinglaw, 'J 1 ', editor in
chief of llu- I.ion. declared that the
I.ion could not accept an appropriation
of len dollar:, and continue its projected
program of distributing a copy of each
issue lo each sludeiit without additional charge. He pointed out that
.
, association
. . . had
.
-inee
the
voted. to .insince the association bad voted to m,.,,,.,„,,-,.,),. p,,. niagaziue in the budget
system,
it should he duty bound t
support it.
I he debate on Ihe Lion delayed a
definitive vole on the other items and
upon the budget as a whole.
these activities should not he held up hy a ".'roup of recalcitrants.
T h e uexl important iptcslion is whether the budget shall he increased
llu- colli gc family
a convention ol i r o n : eleven to thirteen dollars. W h i l e the X K W S advocates as low a
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v
i
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rector i,,,, h,-i iraniing , linear ,r- al Syracuse. , ,
oi ilu- canipu co
lie-ide- President \. Is. lirubarhcr, budgel a- p. con-islcnt w i t h student o p i n i o n , the \ K W S has little sympathy
cording to an am
,i llu -tu
w i t h lluisi- would he orators who insist ,,n attempt inn; \t, put a spoke in
drill council |..da\.
Olhei number-, ,,i the ,
11i--1.n1 lo i partmenl- oi education .nt<\ home ecu every action of the association. \ \ c believe thai an eleven dollar tax
w o u l d , on the whole, h,- more satisfactory than a thirteen dollar lax.
h, n.mi,,I today in assembly by K.yclyn nuiuics.
lint the activities here have expanded lo such an extent that organ'""• 1 U -' l " v , l l l r l " , " 1 'J" ' " " l n " ;, '~;','' u I l',,fe-s,,r lohn M Sadc-, Dr. M. (,
ization may need more money.
I he i|iiesiion then resolves itself lo t h i s :
Hon, an : Mice Hum hum, -e
; Mar
c a m Wad word, and |i
.In Thmna-. >•'•"""'. Dr. A. Is. l i c k , Dr. Kli/abcll lines the -indent association want the old l a x , w i t h the old schedule of
i,
i ; Horace II. M w r - and Dorothy ! I I . Morris and Di. Karl Soinli, are lb, activities, or does ii waul the increased lax w i t h the increased " t r i m
Kline, ophoiuore-; l alheiine Tracer and Liemher- of die educuli.ni deparliiu-n m i n u s " on the programs?
I his is for the .association to decide.
And
Michael Strange, divorcee of John
J" i I'l
• lh.lt. ire-hiueu.
laltelldum.
(
litis is ilit* (|ticstion it should consider first, then allow the would he Harry :u, re, who was -. Indllled to givt
forensic siar- to rant to their hearts' content,
•i
a.linefrmn her own poem- and plays
Mr..up in M we.k. \ 11-• Mc(,ail\ will tho-e ai llu confer,nc, are: M i - - II,,r
Tin- X K W S has no sympathy w i t h the movement to pare the L i o n n Chancellor',, ball, N'oveinhcr 111, un,-nce I- \\ iuchcll, head .0 the d.parl
let
the
allspiceol die I Iranian,- and
p p r o p r i a lTi oi liei X
fro
m the
requested
hundred
dollars
'"'•'"M
I, M i - . Anna Randolph Keini, M i - dollars.
KWS
believes
t i l l - iseight
the lllost
foolish,
111,istdown
l l o n - rtol l s i lei
,
\ n council, ha.- cancelled her cligagep, i , i
nr.ii,
ihe
c
,un,
il
announced Unlay.
Mice
Ryder,
Mi-s
J,
l
m
riue
I'roy,
Mr-.
I
move
introduced
here
tit
years
bull.tu hoard-, c.i
ol I,
Mis- Slrange, who was injured in an
It is cvii lent thai I he student as-nidation wauls die L i o n to he include
.,1 Mi - \ l .
in.line a I.,-I and IOIIIHI ileparluunl and. I l< <l • lie Dodm I
nil.,
bile accident, has cone lo Loudon
i . l l l i l d u l l , -,
! I it 1 ll I, h ,111.
in its budget. Il su voted recetillv. Is llic student association lo.i wi.sh.y
,i be oper.it.. I iip..n by Sir Robert
washy in -.land by iis forniei decision, which il arrived al in regtilai
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w.'!, . '. 1 1 ::.: : 1 !i; ; i ,!,i;;:i."'".!,.^.I1 1 ^ ^ - • ' < ,,,.,I
» - • - n i " » • for
* > « in« I parliamentary p r o c e d u r e :
, a. ...
K t .,
I T r, reived
from \V,
*
•> •I 'olston
-•• .....
a- ,be
Iii .-i i. .i
Margaret Pah l . " ' nllindiii»! a
,,., ,n ,i
,,l -,l
IThe v o l e ' t o mi hide the L i o n ill the blldgcl presupposed the support kind,, manager of the I .eigh Knimeriek
'AS. wa- in charge la-l war.
J -inula
p-yrl
: U :,li
ll 1
Aii
id iruHn-i roll
Dr. lirubad
f the association in the L i o n ' financial matters. The X K W S did nol l l Icclur
"iii" !
'
'
"'
"
trange's n
Dr Nelson and l'ioie--,.i Say le- an- at advocate the placing of the I.
under the budget.
I 'lit since il haleiiding the general -c--i..n-.
licen
there
j'lllVVM
| I I V • l and
U I I M the
1 I I V Lion
I . H ' I I board
I ' l ' l l l ' l has
I 11 • ' • made
O I l O U arrangemetils
O l M I O ^ I O K O l - ' based
I I " ' » ' ! lip
HI •* •t
I s> I I placed
.,
I I
i support, we ihelieve
i: .... ,that
i . , .this
i . : support
... should
i. ..i i e
i........:.
lb, comclitiou ..pen,,I jest, iday I u the
pledged
he eforthcoming
.,
,;!
|
„,g
and
will
coiilinue
through
I..day
The
student
association
tacitly
agreed
to
vote
this
eight
hundred
dollars
Ml
H
for the Red
The opening games of ihe basketball
taken lb.- la-l t wi, week- in October, Classes taught by the faculty in attend when il voted lo place llu- I ion in ihe budget. ( Inly one just, fair and
season with the alumni five, which was
losephinc Drown, '-."', editor m chief, ame will continue during their absences, honorable course is open.
scheduled
for December 1, has been
announced today. The schedule fin with sludeiit- a- chairmen.
The majority of the student association will find disgusting the postponed a week, according lo Regithe pi. i iiit - has not M I been ar1'resiileiil A. K, Urubaeher and Mrs. quibbling which characterized the meeting Wednesday. When its mosl nald Stanhope, '29, manager of basketranged, bill ii is planned to have forty
silling- a da\ taken ol the .seniors and lirubacher allended the , onveiil ion ol important program of the year is al stake, ihe association will not ball. The dale fall.- ill the Thanksgiving recess period, be explained.
superintendents of si boo Is at Lake tolerate this quibbling.
organisations,
The varsity Icon will play its first
F.dwhi
14. Van
Croup pictures will also be taken I'laeid recently.
The student association should come first. The forensic training game here will) the St. Michael's colduring these two week-.. Class pic- KIccck, '27, .superiiilendeut of school can wait. The budget must be passed today. Otherwise tbe activities
lege quintet ai Winooski l'ark, Verlures will be lal-.en every Friday dur- al Walden, and Mrs. Van KIccck, ''H, l ". " " " •
"" '
mont, December 7,
ing this period, Mi.ss Brown .said.
were among the alumni in attendance, will be suspended
BARRYMORE DIVORCEE
CANCELS APPEARANCE
DATES ANNOUNCED FOR
PEDAGOGUE PICTURES
ALUMNI BASKETBALL
GAME IS POSTPONED
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER 12, 1928
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October 12, 1928
Vol. X I I I , No. 4
"GET WISE" POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS
The NEWS believes that any activity that is possible of
bringing undue criticism upon the college from lay sources
should he carefully evaluated by the student body and the
special organizations supervising that activity.
The N E W S believes that any activity thai is likely to
bring the college or its student body into ill repute should
be abolished.
It was with this in mind that the N E W S last week set
out upon its campaign for the abolition of the annual hazing
fracas, commonly known as the "get wise" pahty. The
N E W S believes thai this parly lias outlived its usefulness,
and thai the sooner it is relegated to the scrap pile, the
better.
In writing against the traditional party in general, the
N E W S unconsciously stepped on the toes of the sophomore
class which administered the party Ibis year. While admitting the injury of a freshman girl at their hands, life
sophomores declare that "a good time was bad by all" at
the affair. The N E W S questions the statement of the sophomores. We believe lliey will look al (he parly differently
when they have become juniors and seniors.
If the principal aim of (he event is entertainment, we
believe that the two underclasses can have entertainment
with less risk of personal iuujry. A party might be instituted al which thf freshmen might actually "get wise"
in college traditions rather than gel mauled and put
through adolescent slums.
It has been suggested thai the present mauling party be
changed into an informal party at which Ihc sophomore
rules would be read, at which student leaders would tell
the freshmen of activities hire, and al which dancing might
be provided. This plan has the approval of President A.
K. Hrubacher.
If Slate College were a school for men only, it might
be apropos to argue in favor of the traditional "get wise"
parly. Hut it seems out of place to have young men wielding lusty strokes of a paddle upon young women. It does
not accord with the spirit of a gentlemen or with plain
common sense. This was practiced at the last "gel wise"
party.
The college physician and the dean of women have declared the mauling to he dangerous and out of place. Can
the sophomore class throw to the winds the testimony of
these disinterested authorities?
The abolition, change or retention of ihc "gel wise"
party is nol a class mailer, h is not an interclass rivalry
matter. Ii concerns both the students and the faculty alike.
No sophomore would deliberately plan the injury of a
freshman al surli an evelil, we feel sure. Hut the injury
suffered by Miss llimond two weeks ago points to more
serious injuries in the oiling. As long as hazing is tolerated, the danger of injury remains.
The Delia Kappa Kp.silon fraternity in a southern college did not intend an injury to the neophyte it was initialing, liul ilia: fraternitj is now under inveslgation, with
an act of manslaughter laid al ils d •. What was supposed to be light charge of eleclricil) is said to be the
cause of ihc student's death. No freshman was electrocuted at the "gel wise" party. Hut Slate College does
not want any electrocution or other harm laid to ils door.
bar he it from a teachers' college lo wreak vengeance
upon
its s l u d e l i l s !
The "get wise" part) is pernicious. If students do not
see the advantages of shearing from it all the horse plaj
that has characterized il in the past, the administration
should not delaj in abolishing the party entirely, h'or il
is lo ihe administration's door thai any harm lo a student
would he laid.
Will Myskauia and the student association act v oltnilarily, or must the) b. shocked into action?
A C II W I T : T< ) IvKMIXISCK
Students ulin h.Ui had a -hare in making the 11 i -t. .i \ of
Stale College during the la l three years will have' an
opportunil) to reminisce, in the lir-t of a series ol article,
to be presented in the \ I . W N , 'I he latest department to
he added to ihe W A S is the "Three Year- Ago" column,
which in.d-.i - n lit a appeal am e tnl;i\.
Two sears a w , tin NEWS conducted a "Ten Year- Ago"
column, with (avorahl comment from student anil faculij
sources. Tin editoi- feel lh.it the introduction id a "Three
Years \ g o " department will he of even greater interest,
for man) of the n a d e r s will have al one lime experienced
ihe e v e n l s lens
h e m p i l c - c i i l , , il.
Il is p r o p o s e d
t o a d d later
a "'I wo Year- Ago" column to this seminar of recent his
tory.
Wlnle il mil) not he extremely to live in the past, or
to reminisce loo frequently, the NEWS believus that this
new feature will show the present seniors how much they
have grown in tin last three years.
The N E W S welcomes "home" the several alumni who are
today visiting the college, Columbus Day. They can have
the equivalent of a weekly visit by subscribing to the NEWS
today.
CYRIL ROBINSON IS CAREFUL NOT TO
SLAUGHTER ENGLISH PERSONALITIES
COMMUNICATION FROM NEWS' READERS
England:
A History of British Progress.
By Cyril E,
Robinson. Illustrated. 892 pages. $5. New Y o r k :
Thomas Y. Crowell Company.
This American one volume edition of the author's work
which was published in England as four volumes is a noteworthy achievement in texts of English history. It covers,
as the title denotes, the history of British progress from
the England of the aborigines to the part that the British
commonwealth of nations plays in the history of the present
day. The author has used remarkable powers of selection
and emphasis in encompassing the history of so historic an
isle into some eight hundred pages. Certain phases of
Anglo-American relations have been treated more in detail
than in the original edition, which treatment is, of course,
proper in the American edition.
The great war comes in for a goodly share of space, hut
Ihe author justifies his selection on the ground that it is
of tantamount interest to the present generation.
While
suppressing a host of minor details and personalities from
his pages, the author does not err into slaughtering the
colorful personalities and traditions of English history,
lie believes that details, if colorful, can greatly assist in
painting general impressions of a given period. Such detail, he feels, will not encumber the text, bill will assist in
dispelling any clouds of misunderstanding.
The author is a native Englishman, and is well known
abroad as a student of archeology, history and ihe classics,
l i e is at present a member of ihe leaching staff of Winchester College, the oldest English public school.
The twenty-four plates and the three score maps and
plans serve to enliven Ihe text. Perhaps ihe most interesting plate is the illustration of Winchester College, circa
1450, showing the warden, fellows and scholars. The student wdio uses this book as a text or reference book will
find the outlines and summaries valuable for review purposes. 'I'he outlines run chronologically from the time of
the Druids to the md of the year V)ll'. A treatise on the
British constitution is appended,
'I'he hook is extremely well done, and is bound to make
its mark in the field. The publishers are right in saying
that it is "readable, comprehensive and up-to-date".
Napoleon III and The Rhine,
By Hermann Chicken.
Translated from the German by Edwin J l . Zeydel, with
a foreword by Ferdinand Schevill. 209 pages. New
Y o r k : Alfred A. Knopf.
To destroy the "myth" that in 1870 France was the surprised and unwilling victim of Prussian militarism is the
purpose of this little book, among the latest the revisionists'
prolific pens. Ilerr Oncken is a leading German historian,
and has spent much time in research and in compiling documents relating to the franco-Prussian war. This text is
Professor Oncken's commentary on his findings in research
in several European document repositories. 'I'he documents
he has gathered into three volumes, not yet translated from
the German. So, until these documents are translated, the
student who does not possess a thorough knowledge of |
German must be content to accept the author's say-so as to
the interpretations.
'fhe book is doubtless partisan, though it purports to he
Ihe unbiased findings of a noted scholar. Despite research
upon research delving into more remote causes of the war,
history still carries in banner headlines the editing of the
Ems telegram, which certainly was not an act of Napoleon,
There is, on the other hand, the demand of assurance from
ihc king of Prussia thai be would never assent to a Hohenzolleru candidacy to the throne of Spain, and again Napolcan's ambition of Rhenish expansion. While showing
French jingoism the author is not so frank concerning the
(iennan Junker policy,
Perhaps the best lesson of Ihe book is in Professor
Schevill's preface: "If they (.Frame anil Gel 'many) can
learn that the happiest relation possible among nations as
among individuals is that existing among equals who respect
each other's rights and see eye lo eye, in this case and in
this case only may we look forward lo an improvement
which the whole world would welcome as a release from
one of is most oppressive nightmares". In oilier words,
Locarno and the more recent Kellogg pari have great po
leutialities.
Man Paul, The Privafe Life of A Privateer,
lis A. A.
Abbott. 255 pages. $2.50. New York: Maraiilay.
When Phillips Russell last year wrote his John Paul
June-, Man of Action, we thought that John Paul was sufficiently "popularized" to satisfy even his vanity; but now
along comes Man Paul which makes him Ihe hero of a
love story with three women bidding lor his favor. Il
little matters who these three women are, though one fortunately happened to be the natural daughter of a king.
That makes part of the scanty plot of the tale.
'I'he doughty commander of the Hi nine Nomine Richard
had a complex, the author would have us believe, lie was
obsessed by the desire to prove himself the son of an earl.
With the ability of a scandal monger, the author weaves
the whole hook about Jones' allegedly illegitimate origin.
And the fulcrum is too thin to hear all the necessary weav
ing.
S'ut to say that the book has not an appeal or a use.
I: will cause passing interest on ihe part of some readerHut it will have no permanent value; and in ibis re-pect,
it parallel- so many of ils coutemporurics in modern fiction
Pioneers of 'I'he Air. By l.ila Gravatt. 2'A page-, h'li
cents. N'ew York: Mentzer Bush and Co,
Elementary school readers are making great -Hides lo
gain and hold the interest of children in the grades. In
stead of fables which were so dear to die youngster- of a
generation ago, we now h a w labs of adventure anil ex
ploit. One can hardly look upon ihe passing of tin
traditional tales without a sense of regret, but at the same
lime one may welcome the newer type of stories based on
current interests.
Pioneers of 'ihe Air is one of die best books for young
slers that we have seen. It concerns the exploits of aviators
from the time of the balloon ascension when Franklin was
minister to France, down to the transatlantic flight of
Colonel Lindbergh. The type is large, and ihe style will
hold Ihe juvenile interest. It will he excellent, either as a
reader for classroom work, or as a gift book for little
brother.
[All communications
lo the NEWS . i l w n s printed to form a bad opinion of the
<ill henceforth
be limited to ISO [students of our Alma Mater.
Apparently the person who wrote the article
words, unless a special provision lo
is not familar with college customs in general.
the contrary is made.—Editor]
She says " I s this Ihe way all colleges do
things now? "
I should like to say lo her
" N o , they do tilings much worse."
She says
if Ibis treatment isn't hazing, she doesn't
Editor, the , \ t » s :
know
what
hazing
is.
She's
perfectly
rightI was considerably surprised to note that no
reply to your editorial covering the ratifica- she most certainly docs not know what il is,
tion of the constitution appeared in last week's 1 believe she would he very taken hack were
issue ot the N E W S .
1 confidently expected
some officer of ihc association in authority she able to witness some of the hazing parlies
last year would reply lo your nci id attack upon al Other colleges.
Ihc method ot laiilicaliuii of ihe constitution.
In conclusion I would like lo say to I lie
And while 1 can find nothing of a personal
nature in the article, nevertheless as one freshmen thai il we expeel lo have an ideal
particularly interested I cannot let tile matter class, we most protect a n d preserve the ideals
rest as it is at present.
Slate College owes and traditions of State, good
sportsmanship
too much to .Miss Lane to permit that. For il
is iiinic uuvioiis Unit tlie whole cililorial is
R. J. Id iy, '32.
an attack upon her as last year's presiding
officer unci uudci whose direction Ihc necessary vole for ratification of the constitution
DEFEND SOPHOMORES
T H E "ACRID" ATTACK
KnrriiK
or
IIII:
.\ g n s :
'such sentences as " T h e NKWS ipiestious the
i h e c l a s s oi M l w a s s u r p r i s e d l o l e a d , in
entire procediue' ami "Necessity is Ihe mother iasl w e e k ' s i s s u e o f I h e , \ | . . , v s , a o i l l l e r m i l l of invention" and " T h e picsident and others p l c l e
cir.icisni
of
ill,. " g e l - w i s e "
pailv.
interested invented a method," i sliluie In . " v - i a i | , ,.),„ n u i l i c l
lh.it
lie y
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n y way of thinking a libelous accusation thai
Ills
tllcfal and i|ue.stinnahle means were employed m i s l e d sill, , III
even
Willi s o
nuna h n e i lo
testing ois i i i j i m d
ihe "Time- I'nioii."
pi odimilv
a n d t o e loss ol
pled
all
Ins id,.Us.
Sivcral
s. m o r s
a n d inn
wa, in cnoc loiich wiih ihe situation and canj u n i i . l e l a n , l , , I i h c s„pli
o i e s did nol have a
p i , . d u r e p e n . I i o ah
l a l l c c ol t h e l e g a l i l l ol
m i j
| b a s e of t h e p i e c e s - .
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said s h e I
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had a g
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' other than lo r e g i s t e r my vote. S
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I am pel lei i n e o g u i / a n l .if I h e means cm
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g i i l s u d . ••Il" w a s i n t l i c r i n n . b i n I d i d
above board.
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sonally e looted il„. voting by oral ballot is new I . e . m l I , , , I n n , , o d i g n i l v . d e l u , . | l i k e n
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of
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Illal I 1 « ol
m e wl e h
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'ban he
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believe, t h e |» Isollal s e n t i m e n t of Hie ediloi
and il Ibis is true t h e n all t i l e more a public i , h i h l , , h . I
l e n a c t i o n should be made a , i h e N r . H s seem es on, ,- . , , .
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dot nol b u n the second yeai group in any
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mure suspicious readers of the paper wherein
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Kenneth Miller.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER 12, 1928
ShiUinglaw, Strevell Run For PLAY WILL FEATURE
President - - - - Three Years AgoNEWMAN'S FRESHMAN
FIFTY WILL ATTEND
INDIAN LADDER HIKE
RECEPUON TONIGHT
in »• (li-p.-uum-iii iiinis in present
fli cine "i inure rvi-nti as ili—.-i ili.-.l
lil.'s
"I Hie NEWS fur l9_>5-26.
•l : e!es vvi'l lie -., I, ,-|, ,| f,-,,,,, U„,s r
Two Busses To Leave Tomorrow
M o r n i n g Under Direction
Of M i s s Grundhofer
"flood
Arnold
Medicine,"
a n d Edwin
a
play
by Jack
H u r k e , will b e p r e -
COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES
CAMPUS DAY PROGRAM
(Coiitiimcil from Page I, Coliimn I)
president of the college Y . W . C. A . a n d
a m e m b e r of W y s k a n i a .
Miss Stafford
is p r e s i d e n t o f N e w m a n c l u b .
The program
for t h e a f t e r n o o n of
C a m p u s d a y consists of athletic events
H a l l , u n d e r (he direction of t h e Girls' athletic
7-11 M a d i s o n . A v e n u e .
association.
Y . W'. C . A . will b e in
Ethel
(nnndliol'er,
"30, is g e n e r a l \ F r o m t h e N E W S f o r O c t o b e r 2 , 1 9 2 5
T h e cast will i n c l u d e : E d y t h e B e v a n , c h a r g e of refreshments for t h e afternoon.
c h a i r m a n MI' ili.- c o m m i t t e e w h i c h will
" T h e c l a s s o f '-"J m e t in t h e a u d i t o r i u m - ^ w h o w i n p ] a v , | l e ,,.„-, „ f H a r r y
T h e e v e n i n g ' s p r o g r a m will b e g i n w i t h
c o n d u c t :i h i k e t n I n d i a n L a d d e r t o - l i r c e l l y a f t e r H i s t o r y 2 l e c t u r e p e r i o d f ; r i l v c s , a y o u n g d o c t o r ; F r a n c i s t ' o n t h e a p p e a r a n c e o f t h e cpiccn, w h o will
m o r r o w , u n d e r i h o a u s p i c e s o f ( h e t i i r l s ' M u n d a y a n d . u n d e r t h e s u p e r v i s i o n of i o l l ] '3{< w h o w i ] | ; u . , a s V c r a G r a v e s ,
be a t t e n d e d b y a c o u r t c o n s i s t i n g of t h e
allilelic association.
O i l i e r m e m h e r s of
\!\ >kania, n o m i n a t e d t h e f o l l o w i n g f o r h i s w i f e ; D o r o t h y D o y l e , ' 2 9 , w h o w i l l c l a s s a t t e n d a n t s a n d p a g e s .
E a c h c l a s s will t h e n p r e s e n t s t u n t s f o r
illicers o f t h e c l a s s :
Ihe c n i i n i l t c e a r e Mnr;:are.1
Cusslcr,
p l a y t h e r o l e of H e t t y S a g e , a p a t i e n t , 'lie q u e e n ' s a p p r o v a l .
D o r a D a d m u n is
David
Smurl,
Wallace
Ml,
husses;
Marie
llavko,
'ad. a n d "I'resi.-lenl.
Each
of t h e forty
f r e s h m e n w h o in c h a r g e o f t h e s e n i o r s t u n t . T h e o t h e r
,|,
,,
.,,
,- , , | , - , „ : , , - . • ' ' t r i e i l l . R.i!u rl .1. S h i l l i i i f i l a w , M a n K
h a v e e m oiled t o a t t e n d t h e r e c e p t i o n , chairmen for t h e class stunts a r c : junior.
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McCaffrey
Mildred Coutant ; sophomore, W'illulmiua
1 ' z n r l c s , '.."'. J a n e S c h h c k , a n d l l c a l n c c
-\ ; i V ,,,-,^1,1,.,,), \ , „ - ; i \ \ j | | , . t ; A l i c e I. w i l l
be accompanied
by an upperSchneider; and freshman, Catherine Tra\ ' a n S n c n l a n v j i . h o l h o f ' . i l , p u b l i c i t y ; 11 ills, ( l i n l . n i W a l l w n r k , I ..mis S i l v e r , c l a s s m a n d u r i n g l l i e e n t i r e e v e n i n g ,
vel',
A f t e r t h e s t u n t s h a v e been g i v e n ,
l i t a n i l a M e C a r t v , '_"), a n d M a r i n a Oil 1 F v l y i i ( i r a v e s .
M e m b e r s o f t h e f a c u l t y w h o h a v e d a n c i n g will follow in t h e g v m n a s i i i n i .
' ., . . .
'
" I n . i - u r e r , l-'dinund k n b l e n z , P a u l i n e
A l i c e Mills is g e n e r a l c h a i r m a n in
U, N
' ' •"• « a l , u " Ann,Id and Margaret
llcrlierr
seere been i n v i t e d t o a t t e n d a r e : P r o f e s s o r s
'll'< l "- 1 ' '•• >'-' n l ' : | v S l a t e ( - - l l . e e at ,,,,-y. | , , n i , M , j „ ; „ , d M i l d r e d L a n s l c y ; | , , l „ , A . M a h a r , a n d A m e d i e S e m o n i n , c h a r g e o f t h e C a m p u s d a \ a c t i v i t i e s
H e r h e l p e r s a r e : M a r i o n F o x , '2'), c h a i r
It) i V I o e k a i u l ,1 l . ' i , V I , , e k f „ r t h e h e m r n i m l , , lU-niard
Auerhaeh,
I .avid I ;„• , , „ . , , - , . , „ , , , , , , , , , „ , „ „ , , „ . ! l n d M i s s
m a n of d e c o r a t i o n s ; Russell 1.11,Hum, Ml
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BRUBACHER APPROVES
FIRST ISSUE OF LION
FIFTEEN WILL ATTEND I
GERMAN CLUPJ PARTY:
N E W S
A special
T O MEET
of t h e N e w s
club
for I I :
1 1(1 t o d i s c u s s
plans
social m e e t i n g of t h e c l u b
and
In a r r a n g e
f u r t h e c l u b p i c t u r e in
the
Pedagogue,
Margaret
president, aiinouncel
today.
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STATE COLLEGE FEW8, OCTOBER 12, 1928
Control Of Activities Impresses Educators;
KLEIN AND HERNEY Student Extra-Curricular
Freedom Interests Dr. Hamilton
WIN TENNIS GAMES
WA TS0N ILLUSTRA TES
I CORR'S EFFORTS TO
WOOD BLOCK PRINTING RAISE 0RTH0PH0NIC
Ernest VY. Watson, of Brooklyn, inFUND UNSUCCESSFUL
structor in drawing and design at Pratt
Student democracy at State College the college. Dr, Hamilton explained that
tin's week came in for a careful scrutiny their visit to State College is one of a
Efforts of Daniel P. Corr, '31, to infrom two faculty members of the New series of expeditions decided upon by institute, conducted an illustrated lecture
Cooper Scores O v e r Schoor York City system of teacher training faculty in teacher training institutions of on wood block printing in the auditor- troduce an orlhopbonic victrola for dancium
Wednesday
night,
under
the
auspices
ing
in the gymnasium failed when the
To Enter Third Round
New York City lo other accredited ininstitutions.
of the Dramatic and Art council. Mr. trial Thursday convinced most of the
Of Tournament
Dr. Francis M. Hamilton, bead of the stitutions.
Watson illustrated his lecture with pic- dancers that the volume of music was
They will report the results of their
The men's tenuis tournament has pro- department of psychology and education, studies upon (heir return to their schools. tures which had been finished prior to insufficient
to provide clear dancing
the lecture and showed on the press.
and
Martin
Rodgers,
of
the
health
edugressed to the third round during the
These studies will he used in changing which was placed on the stage, the suc- music, he announced today.
cation
and
physical
training
department
last week with all but one seeded player
"No attempt to further the plan to
the metropolitan training schools into cessive stages in the process of making
coining through with flying colors. The of the Jamaica Training school, visited teachers colleges with four year courses, a wood block print, l i e showed how introduce an orthophonic victrola for
college
this
week.
lone exception to the rule was Reginald
the coloring is applied to the paper and noontime dancing in the gymnasium wil
Dr.
Hamilton
explained.
They were particularly interested in
Stanhope, member of the Stevensonhow' the finished product looks follow-' be made because of the fact that the one
While at Slate College, the two visitors ing each successive application of a dif-lused as a demonstrator failed to produce
'he amount of extracurricular freedom
Stanhope doubles team of last spring.
have been in several classes. They have fcrcnt color.
enough volume lo drown out the scuffling
here,
Dr,
Hamilton
said.
Stanhope was the victim of an upset
Mr. Watson's prints were on cxhibi- of the dancers on the floor below," said
"It is remarkable how students rise to conferred with President Brubacher and
at the hands of Louis Klein in a three
tion during the week in the rotunda a n d ' C o n
Professor
John
Al.
Sayles,
head
of
the
ridors of Draper hall. The print
set match by scores of ,3-6, 7-5, 6-4. the responsibilities and are able to c a n y
"Although it is possible to obtain an
education department. They visited the included: "Brush Fire," "Gossip," "Forirthophonic that would suit our n e d s ,
Klein disposed of his second round op- on their activities without immediate
Milne
High
school
Tuesday.
es! Road," "Smoke, Steam and Snow." its cost would be prohibitive," he deDr.
ponent Winston by scores of 6-1, 6-.3. faculty control or supervsion,"
Among the students interviewed by "Rest on the Hill," "Evening on the dared.
Cooper and Herney also advanced to Hamilton told the NEWS reporter.
Waterfront," "Quiet Anchorage,
bug
"We are much interested in student Dr. Hamilton and Mr. Rodgers were boat," "Summer Sonus," "Dav's l-'.nd,"
the third round, Cooper by virtue of wins
Florence (iormley, '20, editor in chief "Tlie Harbor," "Misty Morning," ban
over Schoor and Lyons. Herney ad- enterprises. Yours meet with our ap- ,
of the literary magazine; William M. lern Light," "Foaming Lane," "The
vanced by winning over ballon and Sul- pi'oval to a marked degree," he said.
Victor," "Cornwall Bridge," "Mouschoh
Students lure have about them a French, '20, editor in chief of the \ i , u s . :u Cornwall," "Souvenir of Italv," "Fix
livan. Sprague and Kuczynski also adand Robert J. Shillinglaw, '2'). editor in
vanced lo llie second round with little mature, scientific, ami scholastic altitude
plorers,"
"W
Hand b'antasv,"" "The
chief of the State Lion.
Woodlot," "Rocks and Spravs," and
trouble.
$ toward their work, Mr. Rodgers found.
•Wing- of (dory." "Moonlight on Ihe
Tin' scores; first round, Sprague de- \1 tin same time, both he and Dr.
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
Konkap i" and "Surf," two m the wood
feated Wurth l d e f a u l t ) : Carr defeated Hamilton r< marked on the spont;iniel\
AND
prints, ware done by Mrs. F v n Watson,
Stanley 6-0, 6-0; Klein defeated Stan
GIRLS
BEGIN
HOCKEY
w ilY of ihe lecturer.
hope 3-6, 7-?: o-4; Winston defeated of groups, noting thai they are mil
THUR.. FRI., SAT.
OCT.
71-72.13
Strevell
(default ) ; Cooper defeated "weighed down with care."
( In one of the exhibit hoard, in ihe
PRACTICE
THIS
WEEK
••IIAl.h
A
BltlDIi"
Air. Rodgers commented on the at
Schoor o-(), ( . 0 ; l.vi.ns defeated Carrotunda, a series uf single color im
W i t h list h e r R a l s t o n
Hockey practice for girls began al 3 pressioiis was shown. These prints -how
penter 6-4, 6-3; Allen defeated Taylor, litnde of study here, declaring that stuMON.
TUES.
WED.
dents
apparently
had
received
an
im6-4, 4-6, 6-4; Tarbox defeated Campbell
o'clock, Tuesday after
HI. Students the processes in the development of a
OCT.
15-16-17
6-2, 0-2; Herney defeated ballon (de- petus .1 this tradition from President who have played before are invited to print. The picture iNed for the illus
•FORGOTTEN
FACES"
fault); Sullivan defeated Merry 6-3, A. K'. linibaeher and other administrative participate in the sport, according lo i rat ion was "(iossip."
Clivc UrociU unci M a r y B r i a n
6-0; Kuczynski defeated Waterman (deTlu' two New York instructors plan- Caroline M. Schleich, '20, president of
fault) ; Ludhttn defeated Kissam 6-1,
DIRECTION
STANLEY
COMPANY
OF
AMERICA
(I to spend nearly the whole week at (iirls' Athletic association.
6-0.
Those who have enrolled are: Frances
f~S
MARK
l""^
Second round: Klein defeated WinsMARK " ~ 7
V. Peek, '31 ; Catherine R. Norris, '31 ;
ton 0-1, 6-3; Cooper defeated Lvnns
lane Schlick, '31; Margaret t 'ussier,
6-1, 6-1; Herney defeated Sullivan 6-1, FRESHMEN TO ELECT
I'31 ; Mildred Appleton, '30.
6-0.
WEEK OF OCT.
15
1
WEEK OF OCT.
75
The first matches of the girls' tennis
PROCTOR'S
S TRANLJ
OFFICERS ON MONDAYV^T.
AS"^' ':
WTV^
tournament^ were finished yesterday,! T | i . ,-,,,.,„„.,,, ( .,., s . w i | | l m v l M u n . I >ia„
, '3D; Josephine T. Wilson, \il.
Kathrvn I erpeiuug, 20, tennis captain. l | . n . |( j | . _ j - ,,'(.|1H.|. . l l k .,. h; s i, ,rN > | i r
Svlvia berber, 33; (lertrude Dinette,
announced today.
Thirty-live students | | u n , w M . ( -,,' lry , | ; | |, ,'„ ,.,,.,., ,,„,;,: , , m a . , x '31; R. M..linari. 33: A. Splaine, '32.
have taken part in them, among whom
there were 11 seniors, 12 juniors, seven
sophomores, ami five freshmen.
Those who took p irt are: \ irgiuia
Baxter. Evelvn McXickle, Lorena Ml I pervised by the Myskania class guardiai
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CUNUUC I S RECEPTION
dress the eoinmerce division of the VetHarrison, (iertrude llershbnrg, Virginia I Canterbnr\ club conducted a reception liloiil St.-u Teachers' associatii . medSimiles, Beit} Diamond, Ada Simmons, io!- ihe freshman class. Saturday in the ling at Rutland. Professor York's pipic
Alice Hem 'it. Katberine I I.en-worth, reetorv oi St, Andrew'-. Church, from will he methods and mechanics of leachWilhehuina Sehasla, Caroline Kotrha, three to live o'clock.
I ing bookkeeping.
Marilla Smith, and F.uniee (iilherl,
juniors.
Beatrice Samuels, Lleuimr lirowne,
Margaret Cussler, Beatrice \ an Sleeu
burgh, Margaret Pettingell, Mary Wid203 Central A v e n u e (near Robin)
ger, and Marion Downes, sophomores;
and A. (ioldiuan. S. Sim-. M. Vorthrop,
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