State College News THREE SORORITIES TO DANCE TONIGHT

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State College News
NEW YORK
VOL. XIII. No. 6
S T A T E COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS
ALBANY, N. Y. FRIDAY, OCTOBER '-'(J, 1928
10 cents per copy, $'2.26 per yoar
WILL TRY
HUNDREDS ACCLAIM
THREE SORORITIES STUDENTS
FOR VARSITY DEBATE
TO DANCE TONIGHT TEAMS NEXT FRIDAY QUEEN MILDRED II
Try-outs
EIGHT DANCE
nexl
l-'riday at
Louis
M.
debate
"Contestants
TOMORROW
,oiwd:
Eleven
annual
sororities
fall
tomorrow
members
guests
will
conduct
ln.ii.se
danees
night.
The
who
plan
to
tonight
the
subject:
with
( anada
in
river
Montreal
Re-
Any
coiiipelc.
ence A . I l i d l e y , a s s i s t a n t
history;
English
High
department
h.-ad o f t h e h i s t o r y
same
be C l a r -
professor of
of
the
Albany
I-'.. I l e a - . H I ,
departmenl
of t h e
school.
The nun's
vi r s i l v
will
Kay Cecil Carter, bead of t h e
school; and Stanley
of
team
will
Pittsburgh
meet
al
the C n i
Chancellor's
h a l l F e b r u a r y 0, a c c o r d i n g t o K l e i n .
" I t w i l l a l s o "be m a t c h e d w i t h t h e .1
liale
q u a d o f L" ii i o n c o l l e g e if n c g ,
, , - . , , j ( ) 1 | f i A j , | , t),u1 i n s t i t u t i o n a r e s a l i
l o r i i y e o n i p h t e d , " he sai
T h e d e b a t e c o u n c i l is ai-ranjjinL.' dc
hales f o r t h e w o m e n ' s t e a m w i t h St.
Lawn-net- C u i v e r s i t y o f C a n t o n , auc
w i t h Ihe I'olk'Kc of Saint Hose, A l
K. I>. I .
The- .,,'1.111111. s f..r Chi Sinm.-i Thrill's in
I,,,;,-., I I „ .l.i.ir,- in In- IMVi'.i I.ni,Kill air
music, |.;,„h„r Crowley, U'J; rcflcslinienls
Vim,- \l
Mil; ilrrniali.Mis, lam- l-'uniiaiirk
cs, M a n , l.wicli. Mil; Usi.s,
Mai>
H i . , Kallirliiii- I-). WhrrliiiK ami Miss \11l1a
K„i„l„li h Krilll u i l l lie Ihr cli.-l|,cl„lles. Music
si Willis in
»ill he fiiinish.-il hv Hi.- I'
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K.-n'ana
K. I' I : Man McC.-ilTrcy, Man
Si.auhliiiM.
Vll.ain; K.-itlnxii Mul,|iir,-ii.
|<i. haul
Lam.'.
Vl.-inhalian; Alice
Ciniun,
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Schunl; 11,-ily Muiiariiv, U,,ln 11 Huiaii, Vlhaii)
Law Sch „,l; lane l-'unii:
Jnliu V,l,|is,,u,
'Irinnl,- I'uivcusin ; Vla.ie lain Ii, William 1 ,,n
,,„,
Alham
Law S,
I; li„n,|liy
D„>le,
1,,'sciili Mefiuiiahl, I'm
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Vi-i'-l \i-inilei-. IL I' I : M . I M 1,.,111, I .1
II,lies, I ,,!,,„-; I'alllelin, llr.nlcl i.-k, William
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In amis 11,1
h.ui. K I'. I.; Mam Hall. Dram- I lau-iiiluli.
HARTMAN WILL HEAD
SENIOR HOP, NOV. 24
T h e s e n i o r h o p w i l l be S a t u r d a y
n i g h t , N o v e m b e r 24, a c c o r d i n g t o a
v o l e t a k e n in s e n i o r class
meeting
Tuesday.
W h e t h e r the d a n c e w i l l be
formal
w i l l be d e c i d e d al a f u t u r e
m e e t i n g o f t h e class.
Committees
f o r the dance
were
n a m e d this week by H e t t y J . E a t o n ,
Ihe senior president.
Shirley
Marl
m a n w i l l be g e n e r a l c h a i r m a n .
< >t her
chairmen and their cimiiuiltecs a r e :
music,
Mare
Cain,
chairman, and
Eleanor
V a i l ; house, M a r v
Tauzcl,
, haii-uian, and M a r i o n S l o a n ; decorations, Laura C o l l i d i n g , c h a i r m a n , and
I ' o r i i l l i v Cai.lu.-i-; a r r a n g e m e n t s , K'ulh
Win-clock,
chairman, and
Elizabeth
I'ulver;
refreshments,
|uvce
House,
- haii m a n . a n d H e l e n D a l e y ; a d v e r l i s
ing, K'ulh W a l l s , c h a i r m a n , a n d M a r -
chairn'ian,
M a r i o n ' 'h'ox,
Lvaugeliii,-'
i alkiiis, Catherine D u l L
and I-.M-IMI
1
i r a v e s.
J
G a m m a K a p p a l bi
T h e senior g i f l I n Ihe college was
I'liinv live e.,ii|,hs, i.nln.li.'K alniniiae ami
nothing
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acme inc.i,l
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NELSON IS SECRETARY
OF PHI DELTA KAPPA
Dr. M , ( i . N e l s o n , assistant
o f e d n i ali,,11, w a s e l e c l e d
the
.-.late
Kappa,
lissiiciaiiiin
honorary
ol
professor
secrelaij
I'lli
edncalioual
>'i
Delia
fralei
n i l y , w h i c h I I I I * I in A l b a n y
|-'ii.l,i\.
D r . N e l s o n s l i c e . - e l s D r . J . Ca> Ce
.Mori i s n i i , s l a t e a s s i s t a n t c o m m i s s i o n e r
f o r c l i ' i i i i - n l a r v c d u c a l i , ,11.
Dr. Cljile
I I . M o o r e , p r o f e s s o r o f e i l u c a l i o u at
( o i n e l l I ' l l i v e r s . i t ) , w a s e l e c l e d m'esi
deiil, succeeding ( i l c i i n I i . A n t h o n y .
balward Lee T h o i ndike, professor of
educational
psychology
al
Columbia
U n i v e r s i t y , a d d r e s s e d I he m e e t i n g n l
the e d u c a l o i s ;il llie l.'nivei'sity Club.
ROYALTY
733
SEES
STUNTS
STUDENTS
VOTE
Roosevelt Receives More Ballots
Than Governor Smith,
Tally Shows
Nominees K e p t I n Seclusion
To Conceal Identity
Of Queen
Lake
navigation
n i i - i i i b i - r of t h e •.indent a s s o c i a t i o n m a y
and
Roosevelt Loses T o Ottinger,
4 6 2 - 2 6 6 In Straw Vote
Conducted By News
or
improving
from
for
J mines of the t r y - n u t s
lillt.'s,
five
should
a n d p o w e r p u r p o s e s , " K l e i n said.
Chi Sigma Theta Dance
,-|,;,|, r
of
the L'llited S l a t e ,
Lawrence
In
for
and
•(!.-! will cnmliirl its fiu-nnil fall
Delia
lim.sc- il.'.iice milieu. Mini Ih.-serulli's un Insini
will fuiiu-l. ill.- music-. Tin- i-liaii iiu-ti ..I I ho
ociiniilli'.-s a..-: music, Klc.-in ,r Si.-|,li.'iis„n,
.Hi; ,lec,iali.,u-s. I
thy Aln.-iliaius, M l ; ir
,,,'sli.m-iin, l.-n.-l luhii.M.n, M l ; ,-!i..|,, , ,,n,-.
II.-I.M. Il.-ml.-is.m, M l .
Pn.fess.,, William I i. kcinl, .l> uf ill.- cli.-m
Isln ,l,-|.-,it.ncllt mill .Mi-- kcllllril) "ill Im
ih • clui|,cruiics.
AIII.MIK ill,.-, all.-.i.l.ii« ami ih.-ii- liiic-sls an-;
F u n i c (iill.i-il, liar..1.1 K. S,„|,-ii, (nival.-:
lUith Wlieclui-k, Hymn l l i i t t c Cli-ns Palls;
C u u r .\llllli.-..s.,n, K..l>i'rt 11 ..'It-'.-s, K.-n,,. la.-i
Anlilh I'mvii, W '
/•n!u"''u'."i' l'.';'
t'^hcri.ic'lN.'.'nis.Vri'iuni
Ai'lV,'
K. \>. (.; kk-aiiu'i- Sir|.lk-n-iii, i , I.a \ C I I H D'.n.ih.v
M.iaiu
ll-ni> i ..I.B- ,
u.utli. I ' I I I . U I : I ao.lwi l»..sl..n. 'Aali. . I>..-.
null. All.,m La., S d i . m l ; C.n liinle Hall, Wil
liam V. k.iin. New V.iik I'niveisiiy. Kli/alu-il
S,-li,a ih. K..IH-1-I l-'inscr. I
n; .lftti-1 John
K.,licit K.-.-K-III. C M , H I : J.-.m Ciltcsi.y
II,,,a.-.- .Myers, Si.il. ; Hlmlwwi ll;iiU-j. N l""<"
lU-naf.-ll, I iii.ni; M.-irv .N.-lsun, Sv.-n IViilcchi., ,. : „|, i ,,„ ih,- f . S. s. Newport: l...nis.- K
ToiM. Will.ill Nii-ln.ls, Cni..11; Kalh. rinc Tl-r
III-
St.
speak
the affirmative
Ontario
follow.
| , MIIUIL, l l u u . c l
may
of the
Mr. A n d Mrs. Frank Lansley
See Daughter Receive
Campus Honor
today.
their
committees,
attend,
sides
That
i n operate
the
in R o o m 2 5 0 ,
announced
on either
negative
S i g m a Theta W i l l Have
Willis Orchestra Play
This Evening
I o'clock
K l e i n . '2'), p r e s i d e n t
council,
minutes
Chi
f o r the m e n a n d w o m e n ' s
v a r s i t y debate teams w i l l lie c o n d u c t e d
Dieseroth's Orchestra To Play
At Delta Omega House
Party Tonight
SMITH IS SWAMPED
IN VOTING, 523-210
STUDENTS WILL GET
COPY OF LION MONDAY
., - ., In
I magazine, the M a l e ' L i o n
w i l l M . . n . l . i \ l „ d i s t r i b u t e d I,, . w e n
.111.lell
he college,
kills d i s l r i b l l
I ion n n , l e i
i h e - t i n I . nl
association
budget
I I,, h l l , |o he d i s l l i h l l l c d
Moll
da\
w i l l he ,, H a l l o w , 'en n u m b e r , a ,
, o i d i i i g l o R n h . - r l I S h i l l i u g l a w , '2').
, . I n . . . in , 11i.-i
"l-w, M
III,I,-ul w i l l be a l l o w e d o n e
,,,,n
ol ihe L n . n , " S l n l h n g l a u
said
A \ In II he receives his I lull, he w i l l
also l e e . ive a c a r d o n w h i , Ii he w i l l
w i n - bis n a m e a n d w h i c h n i l l s l he p r e
-, i l , , i M-I \ -llhsequelll Issue , , | lilt
iiiaga/ine.
Leisuiis uislu'ng more than
n i l . , , , | n w i l l g e l I h e n i ..illy I n p a y i n g
twenty live Cents."
ATTEND CONFERENCES
G r a d u a t e s o f S t a l e C o l l e g e are t o d a y
I n k i n g p a i l in s e c t i o n a l t e a c h e r s c o n
l e i e u c e s al S c h e n e c t a d y ,
L'licu a n d
New Y o r k ( i l y . < ) i h e i s w i l l meet al
l i i i l i a l o n e \ l week e n d , a n d t h e s o u t h
.in
district
teachers
will
meet
at
I t h a c a , N o v e m b e r l) a n d 11)
When
Mildred
M a r l . a n s i e y , '29,
was c r o w n e d as M i l d r e d 1 I. S t a l e C o l
iege's s e v e n t h o f a line n f p o p u l a r
girls was h o n o r e d by applause f r o m
•he Still s t u d e n t s a n d g u e s t s w h o w i l nesscd t h e c o r o n a t i o n
ceremonv.
\ \ itli
"f
Herbert
Audience Rises T o Greet Queen
president,
'
and Alice
I.
Hills,
'2<>,
a s . e i u b i i c s by
the n u m b e r
his
opponent,
R e p u b l i c a n , leads t h e
c, i i u i l r\
has
been
droppe
f o r l l n - present y e a r be, ausc o f I h
f a i l u r e of i h e m e n of i h e c o l l e g e I
siippoil
ihe
sport,
The
schedill
w h i c h i n , i n , l e d a scries ,,i l o u r m . e l
has heel
elled I n t i e , , r e ,
|a\lol
t h e S T A T K COI.I.I-:,,!-.
XI-US.
I n t h e race f o r g o v e r n o r ,
Albert
( J l l i n g e r , R e p u b l i c a n , leads h i s D e m o r H i m d I r a n k l u i D R o o s e v e l t , bv
nearly 21)1) voles.
O t l i n g e r scored.-Jn2
cud n'oosevelt scored 266.
Roosevelt
polled
more
voles , for
governor
than
Governor
S m i t h for
piesideui. Several "split ballots" were
n o t e d , in w h i c h t h e v o t e r s f a v o r e d t h e
P e ideniial nominee of one p a r l y and
the g u b e r n a t o r i a l n o m i n e e of the o i l i e r
parly.
A small n u m b e r o f ballots were discarded, lor illegibility.
Each ol the four nominees polled
the g r e a t e s t n u m b e r o f v o t e s o f a n y
on.- eias-, in i h e s o p h o m o r e v o t e .
I h e vol,- conducted Friday by the
\ T . v \ - is t h e f i r s t s t r a w v o t e t o be c o n d u e l e d ,,n a l a r y e scale h e r e .
Two
y e a r s ,-, M ,, t h e n o w d e f u n c t
Political
Science club conducted a g u b e r n a t o r i a l
- i r . i w v o l e , in w h i c h O g d e u M i l l s , R e publican, defeated S m i t h for governor
In the
b y I h e l o t a ! o f 127 t o 7 1 .
actual election, however, S m i t h was
is e l e c t e d g o v e r n o r ,
1
he l a b i i l a l i
if v o l e s i n I h e p r e s i d e n t i a l c u n t e s i is as f o l l o w s :
1
( r.,ss
;;?.:;:• ;iI ,,, 1 ,, , i :, i,, ;:.r,.,:,:;;,,' " "
Hoover,
twice
by
presidential contest.
H o o v e r s c o r e d 52.1 v o t e s a n d G o v e r n o r A i i ' r e d !•;. S m i t h , t h e D e m o c r a t i c
n o m i n e e , p o l l e d 2111 v o t e s .
A total
,,, / . i d b a h o t s w e r e cast in t h e straw
v o l e c o n d u c t e d last w e e k in t h e t w o
lass
DROP CROSS COUNTRY, l'>2<>
I'Cn
CANCELLING 4 MEETS 1'CI
Ethel 'l.u-k, '-'.i;
E d n a Shale,-, ' J I ;
Mil,he,I llainnier.shw
' 2 5 ; M u r i e l L.
W e n / e l . ' 2 d ; l - ' u d o i a L a i u p i i i a i i , '27,
. m l K u l h L. L a n e , '2X.
T h i s is l l u - I n - I year t o see the
lepelill
I llu- queen's l l l - l n a m e ill
he records o l the c r o w n holders
ny ,,i the o i l i e r lour n o m i n e e s In en
lei led, I h e new niemb.-r ol Ihe d \ I
asly w o u l d in,I have been e i i l e r . - d as I
I I , " but as i h e liist ,,l ihai uam,-.
I'o p r e v e l i l s t u d e n t s I n , i n a s . e r l a i i
ig the i . l e n l i n i.l lln- queen b e f o r e I
than
polled
S T \ - I I ; ('oi.i.i-j.r-. \ i . u s ' s t r a w v o t e in t h e
M i s s L a n s l e y , w h o was p u p u l a r h
b e l i e v e d I n be t h e q u e e n , even b e f o r e
h e r a p p e a r a n c e i n i h e r o y a i p a r l y , is
one of i h e l e a d i n g senior g i r l s . She
is p r e s i d e n t o l t h e V o t i n g
Women's
Christian
as--.iciati.in. a m e m b e r ol
M v s k a n i a , a n d w a s f o r m e r ! v e d i l n r in
h i e f o l t h e f r e s h m a n l i a i i d i i n ,k. She
is a i i i e m h e i o f 1 l e l l n < h i l e g a
„|-,,ii'\
She w a s e n , w n e d I n H e n r y t ' . I last
i u g s , y o u n g s o u ul" I M . I L a r r y
W
H a s t i n g s , c h a i r m a n m' the E u g l ' s h de I
parlineiil.
( J u e e n M i l , b e d I I w a s al I
l e i i d e d h \ I w o g i r l s f r o m i a c h class
ind b\ t w o train bearers
T h e train
hearers were A n n e a n d L
Kennedy,
daughleis
of
l'.-oi'e--,,iWilliam
C.
K e n n e d y , of the c h e m i s t r y
depart
inenl.
T h e senior alleildanls were Joyce
I L , u s e and I uaniia M c C a r l v ; the inn
iors. (iladvs Hales and leanetle l i a r
r i s u n ; the sup!
res H e l e n H e n d e r J>/iS$
VHVlJLIS
UitHtr'
son a n d t i a r a H e l l e S h u n - : I h e f r e s h
C i u i r s y .-Clnin.v 1-AniliiK News
men,
Marjorie
L o c k w o o . l and M a r
guerile
Northrop.
T h e sophomore,
Helena 1'1,,-lle. '2'L was elecled p r e s i and senior
allendauls
w i re
iuuior
n o m i n a t e d b y I h e class p r e s i d e n t s , a n d d e n t , and I ' l i y l l i s I hue, ',?(), Ireaslirer.
nf the I... al chapter of I'i C a m i l l a M i l ,
the
freshmen
attendants
were
ap
p o i n t e d b.\ t h e t w o M y s k a n i a g u a r d - l i o l l o r soejel) iii social sciclici s. C a r l
ians o f i h e f r e s h m a n class.
\
W a l e r i u a n , '»), is i h e new vice
T h e audience ruse as the queen ell
lereil ih,- a u d i t o r i u m , and remained
s t a n d i n g u n t i l she w as c r o w n e d o n the
platform.
N.IIor I h e c o r o n a t i o n , (Jueen
M i l d r e d I I and her c u r l proceeded lo
seals r e s e r v e d i m ' t h e p a r l > in t h e f i r s l
I w o row s i.f si , i i s .
T h e six queens u l
roceeded Miss
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lasl week I hat i n a s m u c h .,- t h e r e were
no
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l e u men inlei esled
, Hough in llu- -.purl I n ,-,
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Freshman Tradition Breaker Will Apologize Today;
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Dr. Hutchison And Dean Pierce Address Ai8mblies\YiH.i,l\\""-u^
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a
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m o i n i i i g al III:.1.? o ' c l o c k ,
H i s .subject
I In In -a I I e s l i i i i . u i l o In cak t i a d i l i o i i
w i l l In I h e e l e c t o r a l c o l l e g e
I b i s is l o , l l u l l i i i d l i n i e u i i l loday a p o l o g i z e
llie lecture w h i c h D r . H u t c h i s o n w a s j m h n l l i simh-nl assemblies, a c c o r d i n g
, h e d i i l e d l o ih l i v e r lasl w e e k .
- l o plans i,I i l l , s o p h o m o r e el,,-.,.
Dean
Anna
E.
Fierce,
ilea
I
Susan
Hlecker
is i h e f r e s h m a n .
w
e u , w i l l a d d r e s s t h e f r e s h m a n as
D
...: i h e h r s l p a n o l lite w e e k , she
scinbly al I L T S ,,', luck
w o i e a large p l a c a r d as a p e n a l l y f o r
( . r a c e M . H r a i l y , 'M), vice p r e s i d e n t ; hi c a k i n g t r a d i t i o n f o r the s e c o n d l i m e .
of t h e s t u d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n , w i l l p r e
L a t e r , she w a s c a u g h t b y s o p h o m o r e s
side i l l the absence o f E v e l y n I i r a v c s , \\\ i l h o u l | | i - | b i l l i o n , llii-j m a k i n g the
.'.'), p i e s i d e u i .
M i s s ( i r a v c s is a t t e n d
t h i r d olTeiise,
jug iIn- C i i i v e r s i l j
of I'eiin.,}-Ivania !
A m , i l i a I'l-sk,,, ',(2, a l s o w o n - a p l a
N a v y f o o t b a l l g a l l i c i l l I ' l n l a d . I p l i i a t o C a r d a i u i o i u u i n g t h a i she b r o k e H a
day.
d i l i o i i f o r the s e c o n d t i m e ,
I rai i sla I ion ,,l
Laid
ridings
Drought
to
Salurday
iiiorun
p r o b l e m s w i l l lake place j o i n t l y
with
a business niecling
A d i n n e r u i l l be
l o l l o w e d I n an a d d r e s s b y D r . G l e n n
M i n d Shook ol the W h c a l o n physics
department,
l i e will lecture on " M o
bile C o l o r " a n d w i l l give a d e m o n s t r a t i o n w i t h Ids speech.
Representatives
from
professional
l l u aires of l i o s i u i i w i l l lake part in
i he conference,
Miss
Diihee
and Miss
Hall
espeel
to leave fur Norton, Friday morning,
November 2J,
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER 2(3, 1928
State
College
ON STUDENT
News
' Established in 1916 by the Class of 1918
i ne Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for Teachers
VVIIXIAM M. FRENCH
Editor-in-Chief
Kappa Delta Kho House, 480 .Munis St., Uial 6-U14
THOMAS P. FALLON
Business Manager
12 Garfield Place, Uial fj-48?4-J<
l.ouis J. WOLNKR
Mdhag»itj Editor
54 West Street, Dial 6-J595-K
MARGARET J. STEELE
Associate Managing Editor
.'24 J a y Street, Din I J-1780
MARGARET HENNINCE
Advertising Manager
Newman Hall, 741 Madison Ave., Uial 0-6484
SENIOR ASSOC I AT E ED I TO RS
HOSE DKAXSKV, "29
CJENEVIKVK COLE, '29
IIKSSIK LAI'F.DKS, '29
HETTY I'L'LVKK, '29
JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS
CLADYS HATES, MO
DOUOIiTIIV IIKIMMKI., Ml)
ALMA liOLAN, MO
E D I T H T. L A W R E N C E , MO
IJSNOKE G. K. H U T C H I S O N , ' 2 9
C A R O L I N E M. KOTI.IIA, '.to
ELIZAIiKTII H A R R I S , .10
S H I R L E Y W O O D , Ml)
sociation,
SPORTS EDITOR
ROY
Gamma
V . S U L L I V A N , '29
host
REPORTERS
XI >K IIIX K i l l IS, Ml
JEWEL JOHNSON, Ml
KITH
K'EI.SEY, M l
EMILY
LEEK, Ml
i LARA L Y O N S , Ml
Kl T i l MAIIER, Ml
In
J. H i R M A X K K ,
MO
A.VNE
l i t i K u l IIV I . F F F F I . T , '.in
WELCH,
'29
ROSE
"laissez
a
course
the
MO
Albany,
N.
MILLS
Am
V.
I'UKSS,
J94M96
October
lis,
l'J2«
N o . 6
While
announcing
il
week,
is l i n i n g
mously
and
announce
Il
is
X'KWS
profession
a
wise
political
on
campaigns.
T h e
leaching
results
of
its
straw
ihe present
T h e N'KUS
believes
m i x
no
schoolman
vole
X'KWS
that
better
who
presidential
than
and
oil a n d
to
the
water.
himself
his
Il
is f o r t h i s
no
have
been
serve
reason
that
Hoover-Curtis
formed
no
useful
the X'LUS
and
on
the
purpose,
no
welcomes
t h e fact
Siniib-Robinsoii
campus.
except
Such
clubs
College
The
is a l s o
formation
ballyhoo
would
of
seeking
perhaps
such
a certain
to
clubs
of the present
might
campaign,
be uunoticeable.
type
serve
The main
uoi
u , be l o a d d to t h e r e a s o n s
duly
I
of
study,
We
and to
believe,
profession
voling
X'LUs
home
to
public
lo
Teachers
Hill
il
is
lising
or
absentee
the wise
practical
educational
thai
public
ol
siu
duties.
pari
in
w h o does
political
u
received
Willi
a
presidenl
n o w b e said
here,
less
iimler
an
two
inc.
ui
this
Sir
c
si-
inward
Starting
points
beginning,
iulo
lo
l'nice,
as
lure
ihe \ i a
mine
now
linns
next
spring,
I licit
ll lilt
.a
t w o false
dt l o o n s l i a t e
ll,-,I
its
steps
lo
le-.pl . I
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m i l in
l-
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lli.pt d
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( ollegc,
i lasses
il
III.
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this
. . . il
libel ,
an
at...mil
Jiiperioi
pi,
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l|l(-
eaillplls
lo
ihe junior
were
a p p l e t l.iled
lb,- nihei
,|, , , - ,vedlv
w m k i i s
a n
Ihe ordiuar)
d a y activities,
|„- presented
more
and
ol
to
n u n
b)
ol
ils
prize.
lis
Us
I'll*.-
acceptable,
Miss
lu be congratulated
New
iwo
dealing
issue,
printed
several
in
chapters
of
i h e ac
the world
at
move
various
national
times.
slate,
be
and the
a
immensely
h y p o t h e t i c a l con'
bunk
working
League.
has added
with
dif-
has the advantage
mechanism.
elude
tales
Skrani,
York:
Musi
liv
such
Keilland,
ol
appeal
ei
ms ..I
The
a
appeal
I he
lead, I
has
enjoyed
e
lories
.1,,1'es
much
these
limb i .landing
aline
i . a
mimic
o|
d
America
Thcv
others.
their
greatest
of
bunks
Inters
peoples
all
in
Bjurusoii,
press
llask
rural
nearly
bunks
will
I
Anderson
then
he
will
and
a r e espe-
woven
in
the
l-rani'c,
then
.,i
he
or
pleasure
N o t |.. ,
,,i
foreign
peoples.
and Sweihu,
here
aulhors
in,in
pare
lltev
the
differ
t h e nat
Id, will
I I
popular
If
Itireigu,
bee
cullure.
.Kelt I n s g i v i
unless
in his childhuod,
however;
characteristics
so w e have
II..I be g r e a t ,
tin
derive
and Sweden.
from
Nurvvav
11n-it
1'i.iphi.
lo
,.i
are
I wo
the cultures
key
ol
books
.,1 N ' o r w a v
fellowship,
American
in
as
I'erhaps
ihe m o d e r n
appreeiali
a s i l . . 11ii- n i h e i -
World
ihe
aulhors
and cowbovs,
Chrislian
those
with
people.
H.iL.ac,
uilb
pages.
published
and numerous
short
Alter
these
series
t h e student
iioiihcru
girls
has some
likes
lo
Eugsirom
a r e very
I.,reign
ol
the
the Scandinavians,
T h e tales
Hans
in
in co-operalii.ii
simplicity.
web.niie.
.17-1
Norton.
famous
show
M6 p a g e s .
authors.
companions
Topelius,
the stories
is t h e i r
authors.
Norwegian
cuinpanv
I '!.•
1,1,
,./
I uslellu.
Ibis
is a
hie ul
//
cine
I lovernuf
ami pies,nis
possible.
as
in
was (in
h
slum-
would
be
slum
the junior*
to
bis
ol
unlock
Nurse
the
and b i o
and
Swed
a l l sill, - eqilallv
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C o m e. I n I n
would
u o i lend
vvullld
i m i l nl
d t pit I t i n - l i f e
In
.It i f
make
In m k s .
Smith
will
datt
bit,,it
life
ul
II
ilsell
There
a
I.n
the guvciiiui.
in
lucal
light
paper
one
The
•ey
acting
could
tilled
his part
greatest
was
second
made
sided,
from
creditably.
\V,
stage,
Several
the
a
the
clever
as
Baker,
bit m o r e
firsl
the
drama
on
wish
that
d i s t i n c t , es-
p a n of
passage.-,
a
'.U,
appearance
bin one might
were
in
first
Each
acting
Duane
creditable
voice
a
Gorni-
I'erhaps
of
Crumb's
lieutenant.
a
Slate's
as Miss
her players.
entertainment
b'red
of
season.
light
recent
wire
the
play.
l o M . since
voice
of
did
i ol
e a r n
lo
Ihe
back
ll.e auditorium.
11 SORORITIES DANCE
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Kappa Delta Dance Tomorrow
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DEMOCRACY
Student democracy at State College last week came In
for another quantity of praise from visiting educators.
Two members of the teacher training faculty of New York
City schools remarked at the extent that student enterprises
here flourish without faculty supervision or control.
This spirit of responsibility of students for their own
activities has doubtless been an evolutionary process. It has
taken years for it to develop. But at the same lime, that
spirit must have grown from some discernible beginning.
We believe that one of the visiting instructors liil upon
the sourse of the spirit of student responsibility when he
declared that it must emanate from Dr. Brubacher and his
associates. We believe that Dr. Brubacher is largely responsible for the placing of responsibilities in student hands.
Since bis advent as chief of the administration here, student responsibilities have certainly grown to a great extent.
Since he came here, Myskania, the organized student as-
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER 20, 1928
MILDRED II IS SEVENTH OF REGAL LINE
JUNIOR STUNT WINS
CAMPUS DAY CONTEST
(Continued from Page 1)
and father of the r|iieen. The queen
pa; ed by tlicni on her way to the
coronation, and received their silent
(..oiigiatulatior.s.
I he Junior stunt was judged the
he-it of those |> esenled heforc the
i|i!e.'ii.
It |)n Irayed a scene in toy;a: d, with l i e toys eoming to life,
(laming and slaying.
Mildred C'otllant, Y.tl. was tlie director.
The seniors and sophomores tied
for first plate in the track meet of the
afternoon. This was a parody on a
real meet.
In the far throw, which
was done with balloons, the juniors
came first, seniors second. The junto s also won the dash, with seniors
second.
The sophomores won the
high j u m p and the rciay race, with the
seniors taking second place in both.
Ihe freshmen came first in the broad
jump, the juniors taking second.
Mildred Mao Unaley, '29, as she at'-
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Chi Sigma Thcta welcomes into fill
lemhership Sara Krey, ' J l .
JUST KEEP ACOMING
We're here and ready when you're
hungry to help you out with the same
courteous attention and services we
have always given you.
High Grade
Delicatessen and Lunch
lie purchase of an electrola for use
.if students dancing in the gymnasium
iv*fiI be continued today," Daniel 1'.
'orr, M l , said today. The object of
ihe campaign is to raise $150 for the
purchase of the electrola, lie explained,
idding that the per capita cost would
inly be about twenty cents,
Corr has the following committee
lo aid in the collection of the fund:
Eleanor Sncll, '29; Russell W . L u d Alice J. Hills, '29, bazaar chairman, him, Dorothy Harlman, Ethel Smith,
Hughes,
Helen
Henderson,
;p..ke on her pians. The theme will Ruth
Edith Cairns, Helen Norgord, Ruth
JC ".Alice in Wonderland."
Maher,
Gertrude
Shill,
Katherine
'fhe committees announced this week
Brock-rick, A r d i t h Down, sophomores:
are:
Eleanor Cage, Elva Neilson, and
Betty Van Allen, '_"), dinner; Louise 1 icorge I'. Rice, freshmen.
Mattlicwson, '29, arrangeinculs; Ruth I
Walts, '29, decorations: Kalheiine j
ferpening, '29, senior booth: Margaret
liurnap, '.ill. junior booth; Catheriiie
R. Xorr.'s, Ml, sophomore booth;
'atherine
Belknap.
'M,
freshman
booth; Miss Helen T. f a y , Co-op
table; Miss Alice Kirkpatrick, iustriiclor in lihrary science, faculty booth;
Kalheriiie (irahain, 'JO. Mowers; Ruth
Hughes, M l , grab bag; Florence
(iorinley,
'29, enlertainmeiit; Mildred
DELAYED G. A. A. HIKE
K, Cook, '29, refreshinents; Kthel
'.ill. publicitv; M i r g a r e l
WILL BL TOMORROW Hriuidhofer,
Belts, M l , tickets; and Doris Mallor.v,
A hike to lixlian Ladder will be con- '29, dancing.
ducted tomorrow under the auspices
of d i i i s ' AthIt lie association. 'I his is
the hike which was postponed two
u i eks ,igi> lieeattse nl rain.
Httsses
u i l l leave at III o'clock and at 1-'
u clock. Kai h girl wiil lake her own
,iiin h. Dinner will he furnished by
>,. V A.
LUCILLE A L l OPKDA
2IIN Q U A I L S ' l . K i t e UU'g)
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You will enjoy the
EVORY & CO.
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CORR RENEWS EFFORT
MISS HILLS NAMES
TO OBTAIN $150 FUND
BAZAAR COMMITTEE;
MISS TRASK SPEAKS "The campaign to raise funds for
Articles brought from Europe by
Loitisc E. Trask, '30, for sale at the
V. VV, C. A. bazaar, November 23,
.vere shown to the association Tueslay night at its supper meeting. Miss
(Task spoke on the cathedrals abroad.
Vmong the articles were straw bags
roni Florence, Roman heads, seed
icarls, corals, purses and Belgian playing cards.
FRANK H.
36 and 38 Beaver Street
' 'Dependable
HOME COOKING
served at
Flowers
We. Telegraph Flower* to all
Of Ihe World
J'urU
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811A Madison Ave.
STEUBEN STREET
Corner James
Between Quail and Ontario Sts
P h o n e 4-3775
MAISTELMAN BROS
299 Central A v e n u e
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Telephone Connection
Lucille Beaufy
mrs. VAN'S
Salon
Dining Room
SPECIAL
MENORAH TO CONDUCT
DINNER SUNDAY NIGHT
Mot Oil I reatment and Shampooing f o r long hair $1.52
for bobbed hair SI.(II)
Shampooing and Marcel Waving fur bobbed
hair $1.50: Shampooing and Marcel Waving for long hair $1.75. Manicuring 50c.
Menorah societ) u ill conduct a din
ncr lor the f n shnien Sunday nighl al
u o'cliiek in Kngienuin's restaurant,
Knianucl (ireeu, '.ID, president, anuouncid todav.
I l a r r ) Starr, president ,,i tlie Menorah inter collegiate
nrgani/aliun, will addies> the mem
hers.
"f'resliineii will he admitted free,"
(ireeu said.
I he charge for upper
clasHucii will he one dollar.
I he coniinillee w hieh is arran.i'ing
>{)\ (.rare
Marx,
125 So. Peari St.
Dial 3-5191
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PILLOWS - C U R T A I N S
'-"', and fiances
A Gift from the Li nen Chest means more
The Best In Haberdashery
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Four Doors North Of Madison Avenue
298 Lark St.
THE LINEN CHEST
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NEWS CLUB MEMBERS
WILL MEET THURSDAY
46 South Pearl Street
i
I he N'eus . lull will meet Thiirsdav
,,l I IMS u'eloik in Id
Jill, accord \
111 u; lo Margaret .1 Steele. '.(II, presi j
• It-ill. A l l stall iiieuihi h and camli I
dales ini stall posit
, m.n attend
I'laiis for the w a r will he discussed. I
Geo. D. Jironey
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I98 Central Avenue
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u t Itfobin
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AT
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DRUGS And PHARMACEUTICALS
Telephone W e s t
184
ONTARIO
ST.
NEAR
WASHINGTON
iM>2U(>i
AVE.
Smart
Coats - Hats - Dresses
For
Girls and Misses
C iym "I ogs - I losicry
Steefel Brothers, Inc.
Normanskill Farm Dairy
CLOTH COATS
Show New Points
of Fashion
Bottled Milk and Cream
Velvet
ICE
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Wholesale Price to Parties
$58 - $78
In Misses', Junior and
Women's Size
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER 2(i, 1928
4
103 STUDENTS BUY
THEIR TAX TICKETS
Juniors To Pay Dues Next Week;
Underclassmen May Also
Settle, Board Rules
Nihety-siJc seniors, three juniors,
three sophomores and one freshman
had paid their student tax a s s e s s m e n t s
when the student hoard of
finance
closed the collections for this week.
J u n i o r s will continue to pay Monday and Tuesday.
S o p h o m o r e s will
pay the following week, and freshmen
will pay during M o n d a y and T u e s d a y ,
N o v e m b e r 12 and 1.3.
their tax a s s e s s m e n t s :
liarlinrii Andrews, Gladys Amir
Kutl
Angler, Irene
Ashley, Bet Sophia
'
s ili-ckwltii'nncl
l \ Ilesciiier
ice Hiiighnni, Mnry 15.. Illnek, Sibyl lilnke.
I In llnelnni-r. rinreiMT Pa;,,,,;,,,, ll.-ilr,,.!.l.i,v. Josephine llruwn, Kliu-i llutlci ami I
Ma
P. Fallo
Hazel Ellsworth, Tlioi
[••(irtmie,
Kilzpanick, lleth Ford. Mursuret
lleniielle l-'.aiieois, William M, French, Mary
Cain, Dorothy Cale, Henrietta Ciastwirtli, Margaret Cordon, Uiura Colliding, Evelyn Craves
and Elizulietli Hagen.
Virginia irlggins, Alice Hills, Mary llo R an,
Elsie lliitelilnson, Mildred Johnson, Mahel
Kellerhouse and Mary E. Kecley.
Margaret Kelly, Ccorgiana King, t hail ittc
Kroger, Mildred l.ansley. Blanche Uckwuml.
Mane l.vneh and Helen C. MeCnrmiek.
, Evelyn McKickle, Mahel McNulty. Doris
Mallory, Louise Malhewson, Mary Micucci,
l.ioy Milas, Mav Mikhell and Marjorie Mix.
Sara Murdock, Kuth Murray, Null, Northivav, Dons Perry, Augusta Phillips, Margaret
Hank. Isal.elle Kas, Ethel KalelilTe, Harold
lieed, Florence Rickard and Jean Russell.
h'lorence Ryder, J amy J. Rouy, Hilda M.
Sager, Caroline Selileieh and Margaret Seolt.
Sarah Shapiro. Robert Shilllnglaw, Paul
Slale, Ruth Smith. Anne Stafford, John Slum.,
Irene SutlilT, Rudolf Sviing, Helena L'belle,
Cladys Vadncy and Alice Van llouten.
Kutli Walls. Anna Widmer, Dorothy Winch
and Marion Wooleock.
The juniors who have paid are: Hamilton
Acb.-son, Elizabeth Elmer and Ar.lella Earns-
Prescriptions
Our Business
THEATRES
EDUCATION 9 SCORES
YELLOW JOURNALISM
The future of American newspapers
was the subject of an animated discussion conducted in Professor Richmond II. Kirlland's education classes,
Tuesday.
The abolition f>\ newspapers in
favor of the radio was predicted by
I'rcsliiiicn. (ioveruinenl ownership and
censorship of newspapers to prevent
tin- publication of yellow journals was
suggested.
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A Community Church standing
for t h e " F a i t h f o r o u r F a t h e r s "
''State Street
5&die"
649-651 W A S H I N G T O N A V K .
(JUST WEsT OF PARTRIDGE SIR ET)
W a s h i n g t o n A v e . b u s stops at d o o r
Sunday services:
10:45 a.m. a n d 7:30 p . m .
State College s t u d e n t s especially
invited
IN
ALBANY
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ALBANY
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OCT. 29th
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SUE CAROL and
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222 CENTRAL AVENUE
ALSO
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With Shirley Mason
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E v e r y s a n d w i c h m a d e u p fresh t o individual o r d e r
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WEEK OF OCT.
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PROCTOR'S
Grand
HIGH GLASS VAUDEVILLE
C. H. B U C K L E Y , O w n e r
ENTERTAIN FRESHMEN
T h e H o m e Economics club will welcome the freshmen of the h o m e economics department T u e s d a y night, at
a supper in the cafeteria.
Costumes
and masks will he worn.
W e Deliver
PI ALPHA TAU PLEDGES
l'i Alpha Tan welcomes E s t h e r Eck;tein, '31, into pledge membership.
SIX BECOME MEMBERS
OF KAPPA DELTA RH0
Kappa Delta R h o welcomes into
full m e m b e r s h i p the following: Carl 1
A. W a t e r m a n , '29; Paul F. W a t e r m a n ,
Oldest Greek Letter Group '29; R a y m o n d Collins, ' 3 1 ; Arnold
Was Founded In 1890
Copping, ' 3 1 ; Charles Worstall, '31,
By Dr. Richardson
and Robert Barmun, '30. T h e new
Delta O m e g a , oldest greek letter members were initiated at a special
AND
organization on the c a m p u s , W e d n e s - ceremony Monday night.
THUH.. FIT I., SAT.
day celebrated its t h i r t y - e i g h t h anniOCT.
20-26.87
versary. It was founded O c t o b e r 24,
•HAPPINESS GIRLS"
S O P H O M O R E S C O L L E C T $275
1890, by Dr. L e o n a r d W o o d s RichardMON. TUE3. WED.
son, professor of Latin and Greek, as
T h e s o p h o m o r e class has collected
OCT. 29-30
31
a literary and classical society.
WILLIAM BOYD
$275 in dues from its m e m b e r s , W a l t e r
Members of the faculty who belong
In T h e D r a m a t i c P l a y
Driscoll, '31, treasurer, said today.
THE COP"
to Delta O m e g a a r e : Miss A g n e s E,
Futterer, '16, i n s t r u c t o r in English;
DIRECTION
STANLEY
COMPANY
OF
AMERICA
Miss Eunice A. F e r i n e , 1900, instructor in fine a r t s ; Miss Charlotte Loch,
MARK
|-"N
professor of F r e n c h ; Miss Edith Wallace, '17, i n s t r u c t o r in Latin and English; Miss Elizabeth Shaver, '08, supervisor of practice teaching; Miss
WEEK OF OCT. SB
Kvflyn Graves and Frances Kellogg, Anne d i s h i n g , ')'>, supervisor of urncSee and Hear
Our first sound production
seniors, were recently elected lo Omi- lice teaching; Miss Katherine I'eltz,
Ronald Colman
See and Hear
croii Nu, honorary home economics '21. instructor in English; and its
sponsor, Dr. Richardson.
I'he presiand
society.
donl is Kalbryn T e r p e n i n g , '">.
T h e formal initiation was Friday
Vilma Hanky
FOUR AT PRACTICE HOUSE
night at the home m a n a g e m e n t house,
Four seniors of Ihe home economics
151 Western Avenue.
A business
it
with
meeting was held following the initia- department arc living at the home
management house, 151 Western auMynra Loy - Conrad Nagej
ntie.
They a r e : Winifred W e s c o t l ,
"">'
Grace Seaman, Florence Fischer, and |
ALSO OPERATING ALBANY AND REGENT
lictlv Van Allen.
are:
(ierlnulc
nl Shirley ltobi,
The • "id..
KM her J
France
lax lieke
DELTA OMEGA HAS
38TH ANNIVERSARY
0M1CR0N NU ELECTS
GRAVES AND KELLOGG
T h e hoard will accept p a y m e n t s
from underclassmen before the scheduled collection dates, if the underclassmen wish lo attended the Flonznley
Q u a r t e t concert, Friday night, November 2, it was said today. If student tax tickets are not presented, admission will he charged.
T h e following seniors have paid
la
he'll,
Ethel
l ashman.
Clad
l hand:: .lin. Nellie t.ali, Marion
tonkli
/.ylphia fvumwcll, Dora Dadninn. Helen Hal
id lively
He
Mahel Ho
n.-nids
CALENDAR
Today
Assembly of s o p h o m o r e s and upperclassmcn. 10:55 A. i\l. Auditorium.
Assembly of freshmen.
11:35 A.
M. Auditorium.
Tomorrow
(I. A. A, Indian L a d d e r H i k e .
Musses leave college at 10 A. M.
and at 12 M.
Monday
Juniors pay student tax.
Tuesday
Juniors pay student tax.
News writing class.
Room 210.
11:45 A. M.
Spanish club meeting. Room 103;
4 I'. M.
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