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VOL. XrH. No. 10
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STATE COLLECE
FOK
TEACHER*
ALBANY, N. V. Tin IISDAV. FIOHKIAHV
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THREE NEW BUILDINGS AS THEY ARE TODAY
2 STATE STUDENTS
MAY BE IN CONTEST
FACULTY MEMBERS
League Of Nations Association
To Offer European Trip
As First Prize
Two
students
enter
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lirsl
examination
according
Dr.
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In information
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foulest
prize
featuring
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sent
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of
in
trip
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federation of
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will
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Thomas
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man
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of
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leading
play
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June.
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speakers
received
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of
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the
units
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of
conference
degrees
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tie
de
higln r
Slate College.
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Boynlou,
organization
Tuesday.
biolog.i
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a
Ithaca, is president
delivered
schools,
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have
serve
Samuel J. Slaw-...11. -aipi-riii-
of
vania,
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address
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EVANGELINE CALKINS
AVTHCR TO ADDRESS
'NTERSORORITY PARTY
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v
'
,
| . I'eanl
preseiiled
March
(iormlcy,
rc«l ol
"Arahella".
dull
at
dietary
oi
League
in
I lision
Saiurday,
Moreiiee
he
associai
Ihe coined., announced
silla
and
Departed Teacher
Mi-
chairman
K. Smith and
Institute
and
The
Page
,,..
. . .
_ .
. . .
_
HlS W a s O l d W o r l d Courtesy,
Is P r e s i d e n t ' s T r i b u t e T o
eh in
aw,ml.
is
comniiltee
i
will
musical
Ihe Cirls'
incluile:
classrooms.
as l i t e .
was occupied
g-yinna.siiim;
I lit
2 FRESHMEN TO LEAD
CASTING.A.A. COMEDY
ham
School, which
.mil
lo DUnJCflJ JUiioliAl
!ak< I
Teacher.
I unci- in ,
committee
riiirks.ni
education
da\
High
ioniplc-1 ion.
neai big
PROFESSOR SIMONIN
10 DflDIDn TFIDOhlV
of Xalioiis association.
the
buildings,
auditorium
n n n n n / i n / s n
teacher-
siudents care I "
t olumhia
of
Helen
Milne
«
e-uiial
contest.
Or.
new
lite
ihe
President
recently
national
dividing
II
lo
school and
United
sponsors,
pari,
K'uiirtesj. Isiiirki-iliurki-i I'
Three
| will
is
dents in each normal
A.
on
inidei
.Nations
will
text
he
lie
of
mouth.
competition
college
will
League
Association,
.April
examination
plied
ihe
of
sessions
adjourns
attend ihe guidance conference
The examinations, which
auspice,
Dr.
Pierce
deans
il
A.
Hale,
High
for
die
prize,
may also he offered.
the
I-.
Miss
Kliza-
Association
members
before
John
Milne
third
and stale
faculty
professor
le'.ir
unci
education
opening
Kducation
I're.idem
end
prize
other
lare.ee
Dr.
professor
in C"le\ eland today.
department,
al
associations.
Second
and
assislaiil
Xalioiial
th • convention
In
assembly
.Nations, and the
world
die
hour
the
t'ollegc
a
| . . Pierce
Morris,
. nuvcniion
day
he
\nna
II.
education, are attending
sponsor
yesterday
will
the League of
inj>s of
hclli
X:11it.11•.
officer--.
lirsl
rope,
lend
will
of
Dean
compel it ivc
of
head of
wlm
Cleveland meeting
may
received here.
Nisley,
rt*^islration
The
('ullrjie
League
participation,
formal
of
the
department,
local
Slate
nation-wide
cm
Adttn
tury
from
Graduate O f S t a t e C o l l e g e
To Lead Discussion At
Wheel
'.III.
and
iniisie,
Mildred
lohllson. '.").
Plays,
Hi ace
'J'l,
cost tunes;
Ml,
and
kiilh
I
Margarei
Mark.
',10
I'loieuce
Israel,
will
'.."I,
props,
p-ihei
Sluilt,,
Dorolliv
lames,
Kickard, '..">; 'dancing,
ML
Sluileiiis
I classes
I osgro,
selling;
clean-up,
in
die
assist
advanced
in directing
draiiiat'e the
plais,
I which w i l l be presented in the aiiditoraitii.
j Dancing
"As
some
an
will
added
feticiny
follow
in
die
attraction,
skils,"
Miss
gymnasaiiu.
ne
may
have
l-Yanenis
,ai ( |.
Wdim'MWiKWWgffl
STATE COLLEGE NEWS FEBRUARY 21, 1881
State College
News
Established in 1910 by the Class of 1918
i he Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
State College for Teachers
THE NEWS BOARD
WILLIAM M. FRENCH
Editor-in-Chief
Kappa Delta Klio House, 480 Morris St., Dial 6-4314
THOMAS P. FALI.ON
Business Manager
\2 Garfield Place, Dial 6-4874-R
Louis J. WOLNER
Managing Editor
54 West Street, Dial 6-3595-R
MARGARET J. STEELE
Associate Managing Editor
224 Jay Street, Dial 31780
MARGARET HEN NINGE
Advertising Manager
Newman H a l l , 741 Madison Ave., Dial 6-6484
' / I , Zo'c lVinri'el's,<!-3r!hJer«-el /oiinaon" ' ^ ' ' u u V h Ke'lsey.'^T; Emily
Leek, ' 3 1 : t i a r a l.you ' 3 1 ; ituth Malier, ' 3 1 ; llenetta Miller, ' 3 1 ;
&&t&J!Wt!^T^i.
M ri0 Temr
" " - '";
I
I
j
o f interest vanishes.
'•
It
may be that
i f M i s s Soandso makes a personal plea
f o r the T h i n g u m a j i g cake sale, students may a c t u a l l y
what
she says.
But
is not
hear
the t i m e o f the thousand s t u -
dents i n the student association too valuable
to have
free
j
fafe
Qr0Wg
_
COUTSeS
Colkgiate, But Kt€p$ Scholarship Lead;
r • • J I
t t f J ill J l\
ft V
Ix C
Limited
III
IMOOU
Via UOyS,
tOCUlty
JO>
Qy R O S K D R A . V S K Y
I activities that are so c o m m o n today.
The
G r o w i n g m o r e c o l l e g i a t e since its c o n - , atmosphere a r o u n d the college has quick-
I ,frs;on
j ,a;njng
|State
a d v e r t i s i n g shouted at t h e m ?
frotn
a
norirm|
i t s recor<|
college, but r e -
| ) f s c
|10|asljc
ened and this has replaced the repose and
a b i l i t y , | calm o f f o r m e r d a y s . "
College today has changed g r e a t l y )
from ,he
0
| j "Albany
Normal", accord-:
Better
Preparation
M i s s A n n a K. Pierce, dean o f w o m e n ,
W e fear thai the correspondent is fresh f r o m h i g h school, | j n g t 0 a consensus o f o p i n i o n o f f a c u l t y | w h o lias been w i t h State College since
where the m a k i n g o f such announcements was l o l e r a t e d f o r • members w h o have witnessed the change
1886 says: " O u r w o r k has changed conits possible value i n o r a l E n g l i s h ,
Mm students at Stat
'
•- •
H a c k i n the annuals o f its h i s t o r y , stu- siderably while I have been here. T h e
College, we believe, value their t i m e m o r e than t o have i i I dent l i f e was d i f f e r e n t f r o m w h a t i t is
students used to come here d i r e c t l y f r o m
taken up by vocal s a n d w i c h men and g i r l s .
I today, say professors w h o have m a r k e d
g r a m mar school and t h e college w a s
S l o w l y g i v i n g i n reality a h i g h school course.
the g r o w t h o f college a c t i v i t y .
—I
Assistant business malinger, .lane I. Furiii.-inek, '3(1, Assistant
advertising manager, Dorothy Lrfieri, '3(1. Advertising assistants,
Dorothv llurdiek, M l ; Anne Schneider, '.ill; Thurston Scott, '3(1.
Circulation staff, Klcaimr Welch. '-'9: Katherinc (milium, '30; Rose
,
WHAT
• and steadily, the p e n d u l u m o f t i m e has
•JHTOUS T i i o f i i i i T ;
I DfAUV IF
Bv W..MF.
|. 0.
s t r u c k i n d e l i b l y y e a r a f t e r y e a r upon the
college
ADAMS.
record,
until
Methods
o f teaching
were
given
along
w i t h practice w o r k and the e n t i r e course
n o w in t h e year
covered a period o f o n l y t w o years.
is no longer young
There were no social activities such as
I t lias expanded in a l lwe k n o w today.
N o school parties o f
American
Press Ofiimnu.
B y Allan Xevins.
598 pages,
stands well advanced i n
any k i n d were g i v e n .
Students show
$.3.80. N e w Y o r k : I ) . (.'. H e a t h .
j t l u ' Progress o f k n o w l e d g e .
l i o r e f e l l o w s h i p a m o n g each other now.
E d i t o r s , it is said, w r i t e in w a t e r ; what they w r i t e today j
Average Called " B e t t e r "
I'lii- is n a t u r a l , o f course, because o f the
is f o r g o t t e n t o m o r r o w .
A t the best, a f e w choice phrases
Professor
Leonard
\ Y . R i c h a r d s o n , • > • '-'seininstudent
.studenta catci tviivt iyt.y . 'There
There seemi
seem
VJ28, the i n s t i t u t i o n
in experience.
j f i t l d s and now
Published every Friday in the college "war by the Editorial Hoard
representing the Student Association. Subscriptions, $2.25 per year,
jgjg^gjgs
b i g g e r t h i n g t h a n w e have ever done b e f o r e . "
Especially
w h e n the vice president is r e q u i r e d t o repeat a notice t h a t
has appeared i n t h a t m o r n i n g ' s N E W S , even the l i t t l e s p a r k
Jx^^y^arrSta'"-
The NEWS does not nece-snrily endorse sentiments expressed in
contributions. No communications will be printed unless the writers'
names are left with the Editor-in-Chief of the News. Anonymity
will be preserved i f so desired. The NEWS does not guarantee to
print any or all communications.
PRINTED »V MILLS Am 1'HES:1. 394-396 lire mdwiiv—Dial 4-2287
may s u r v i v e as the product o f the best e d i t o r i a l services.
head o f the (ireek and L a t i n d e p a r t m e u i ', ".,
m-.---t i -l 1r-e' -s-p- o
' n s' i b i l i t•y to
r\ ',ff.,,v.
.. ue
,i Keener i"
sense
hat is the c o m m o n l y accented v o w » - i ' " " •
••
" " " • ,|t" c ".u ' ." l n e " m ' k : " " 1 L a n " d e p a r t m e u i | . . . l n | i l f f . „ r >
, ,,.lve a | w a y 5 f ( U m ( 1 m y
'That is the c o m m o n l y accepted v i e w , when one comes t o | a f a c u l t y member here l o r .13 years, re i - m l c n i - ambitious i n w a r d b e t t e r i n g them
Il ink o f the e d i t o r i a l w r i t e r s themselves.
W i t h this v i e w
[ m a r k s : " I n the old days, o n l y methods
else- and in this p a r t i c u l a r they are the
Albany. X. V.
February 21. l')2'i
\'o 1. Mil. No. V)
Professor X e v i n s chooses t o pick a decided q u a r r e l .
H e courses were g i v e n .
Then, the w „ r k j ^ t n e i n spiie o f the actual chaiiKes i n the
Contends that " s o m e o u t s t a n d i n g .American e d i t o r i a l s possess
was changed and d i f f e r e n t courses out !
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qualities e n t i t l i n g them t o permanent p r e s e r v a t i o n i n easily
side one scale o j method w i r e adopted
W i l l i the death o f Professor Amedee S i m o n i n , the col. . . .
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II
L ii i
i
Proles-.- r ( i c o r g e A . P a i n t e r , head o f
lege loses m u r e than a p r o f e s s o r ; each student w h o has
accessible f o r m
and thai they
w i l l f u r n i s h a valuable
by the college
M i l l later, o t h e r course. . . ••
i
.
,
. . . , i ' <-. . . . i ,
ever been so f o r t u n a t e as to lake a course under h i m , loses
r e c o r d o f the h i s t o r y o f public o p i n i o n . "
l i e proves h i s were adiled and t i n c u r r i c u l u m changed I m-nibcr i r I n vears s a i d : " ' T h e r e have
case
so
conclusively
by
this
excellent
a
n
t
h
o
l
o
g
y
o
f
A
m
e
r
i
c
a
n
t
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a
f
o
u
r
sear
r
e
q
u
i
r
e
m
e
n
t
.
I
t
h
i
n
k
,
m
;
.ecu
many
changes
in
the
philosophy de
u friend.
P r o f e s s o r S i m o n i n was one o f tin.- best liked o f
e d i t o r s , at least, have w r i t t e n i n the hearts o f men.
u as a o
lew
, , ,•.indents
, - ,igo j ' a i l m e n t .
lions. hasI n
a d d i t broken
i o n to
e d i t o r i a l o p i n i o n , that one is tempted t o believe that some j is
the h ewl lheor l e than
, theitaverage
f i h.e
Psychology
been
the f a c u l t y , and his death removes . d e l i g h t f u l personality
I
n
the
present
v
o
l
u
m
e
,
M
r
.
X
e
v
i
n
s
includes
what
he
be
.
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,
.
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onu
.
u
n
i
t
s
,
hat.
sse
do
not
t
h
i
n
k
the
students'
,,Ditude
to
e d i t o r s , at least, have w r i t t e n i n tin- hearts o f m,...
' •g o mg at the present time
f r o m the F r e n c h d e p a r t m e n t .
Probably every student w h o
ipplicui
I educational psychology i n
lieves t o be the greatest A m e r i c a n e d i t o r i a l s since the t i m e j " ^ f o i V s ' s o r K i i d u i V a i d ' T r K
has ever taken a course f r o m h i m w i l l remember his k i n d l y
inn i i i . I I w i t h the study o f general
of W a s h i n g t o n .
B y greate.si is not necessarily
meant
,i
i,„..
i
h u m o r , h i s f r i e n d l y s p i r i t , and his personality thai made
.... . . l o c a t i o n department and a member i >-\cl>n|oLM
i n r - i d e o f this, I find an
famous o r most r e n o w n e d ; rather, he means those etli
lb i w r y i ' d i r a l change.
Hack i n the
study o f a f o r e i g n language a pleasure rather than an i r k o f t h e faculty f o r IK years comments
t o r i a l s o f greatest significance in history
editorials which
in,ivsli.n
we
were under I ) r . M i l n e
"'The changes I see as nioM pronounce'!
some task.
s t i l l are readable v . I n n r e p r i n t e d f r o m musty tiles.
lie -tuili-m- never knew t h e i r grades i n
are along ,ni expansion w h i c h has tendti
lieu various -Indies. I f they f a i l e d they
T h o u g h o r i g i n a l l y an alien t o A m e r i c a n s and their custo g i v e I I - till' Weaknesses , , l I.ino- ,-,,!
'The book is one i n w h i c h the student o f h i s t o r y w i l l
IM !•• :• veil kii iwledge o f the fact. 'The
leges i n g e n e r a l .
W e base
tiims, M , S i m o n i n succeeded i n adapting himself to student
d e l i g h t t o b r o w s e : here is source m a t e r i a l in a l l t h e \ i m
-I -nine
ids ai '.,::<• o i thai was d i a l it d i d away
t
h
i
n
g
o
l
contact
between
l
l
and
v
i
g
o
r
o
f
w
r
i
t
e
r
s
w
h
o
fell
keenly
o
i
l
the
subject.
O
n
e
l i f e here w i t h o u t losing the flavor and compelling interest
student'
m i n d and (he f a c u l t y .
Snidri.
. . . . now ,'.; ii . i l l hard f i e l i n g s , jealousies and
can trace the influences that the editors o f the " s t a l w a r t "
o f his native France,
l i e l i n e d unusually well into t h e
is,ill 'i - so lb il i h e students were a l l
just as b r i l l i a n t a- lliey ss ere in the p.isl
days i n j o u r n a l i s m made upon (heir readers.
H e r e one
plan o f u n d e r g r a d u a t e o r g a n i z a t i o n s , and had a p r i n c i p a l
I n fact, our g u a r . u i l i c o l selecln HI g i v e - unlet a 'Ii iii icr.itii basis. Students now
meets t h e noted e d i t o r i a l - o f (ireeley i n his N e w S'ork
i'e ii '( e.i!.'ii to l i . i n i for learning's sake
r o l e i n the o r g a n i z a t i o n o f the F r e n c h club, Fencing club
us a g r e a t e r n u m b e r o l b r i l l i a n t students
"Tri-buuc"—editorials
w h i c h a r e t h e best examples o f
,- l i n y w i r e in ihe o l d days.
-They
That
b r i l l i a n c e , h o w e v e r , has accom
and A r c h e r y club.
Members o f these organizations ihus
democratic f o r c e in j o u r n a l i s m ; here one meets the y e l l o w
m
a r ' s studs now t o w a r d t h e goal of
panied an actual loss of m t c l l c i l u a
li.se an influence that is quite irreplaceable,
j o u r n a l i s m e d i t o r i a l s o f Hearst in the Spanish W a r p e r i o d ;
n„k.iiL! a mark "
c
u
r
i
o
s
i
t
y
w
Im
h
is
auo
In-1
u
m
o
f
-,.t
ing
here on reads the noted " A t T h e l i a r o f H i s t o r y " f r o m the
M . S i m o i i i n ' s influence w i l l live here f o r several years.
hat the percentage o l sludenls whose
Miss Fay Notes Willingness
N a t i o n , condemning M c K i n l e y f o r his alleged d i s r e g a r d
T h i s influence w i l l be intangible.
I l would be well for the
of last m i n u t e o v e r t u r e s on the part o f S p a i n ; a l l t h e m o t i v e f o r -only is ssitliin themselves,
Miss Helen T h a s , manager o f the
is
at
I
ast
no
l
a
r
g
e
i
than
i
t
Used
t
o
be
students t o erect a on.re permanent m e m o r i a l to h i m , to
more noteworthy editorials o f historical importance are
'. ( ip, say . " I note a r e m a r k a b l e svill
and as years pas-, it seems to me, it is
here.
ingia-ss m i ihe pari o l the students here
show the g r a t i t u d e o f a l o v i n g student bod) to a well loved
f a l l i n g oil "
to
w o r k themselves i h r o i i g h college. 'This
professor.
T h e organizations o f w h i c h M . S i m o n i n was
Students o f E n g l i s h w i l l find die besl essays on c u r r e n t
Use of French Grows
•••-'
h cidi d iinprovenient on the de
father may well move to i r e e l a tangible memorial to his
topics w i t h i n these p a g e s ; a m a t e u r s in j o u r n a l i s m w i l l de
,,
i i
s Mi
i ii I pel ii let i . o n in e o l s u d e n t s o l l o r n i e r
light over the t lassies in dial held.
memory.
Such a n u n c w i l l have the heart) endorsement
P i . . l i s , o r J o h n A . M a h a r , o f F r e n c h ',
,.
.
,
.
•
,
. ,i i
1 - . Iiv-s.
l i t i s independent spirit is com
The book deserves a l l Ihe c o m m e n d a t o r y adjectives o f
o f the N E W S , and, we feel sure, w i l l have the loyal support
lep.ii t m e i i l l o r 1/ s e a l s , expresses his
• , ..
' . .
'
. ,•
b l u r b w r i t e r . I t is hound to find an honored and valuable
o f the student association.
.... ,
,
,,
nielli anli' in mv o p i n i o n , p r o v i d e d it is
i p u u o i i . I l i e r e is a g n . i 1 increase m the I
,
• , . .-. '
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,
'
,
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I 'Ml c a r r i e d to t i e e x t r e m e l o r o v e r w o r k
BO'
SIDKS, OK C'OL'RSK
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number " l students
T o r oisiance, my .
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• " " " " -m n o i i o i t i i .uui vaiuaoie
r Mills in broken health as w i l l as broken
A n irate member o f the student a s s o c i a t i o n — i n c i d e n t a l l y ,
place o n any book shelf.
H u l il w i l l not r e m a i n t h e r e :
T r e n c h .f class has g r o w n I m m u n e sic | ) j r . (
,( J ; i ( | . ^
(
| ( ^ () ^ (]
|i||((|
a member o f the State Linn board—dashed into the X K W S
it w i l l be o f t e n i l l use- ihe final icst , u any book.
, " " ; ' • ' •' l ,'' n , l r M ' vm. " ' ' " " ! « " 7 ' ' , ' ' , " " ^
-ourtesv and respect on the part o f , . „
as
1
, , U
office this week and exploded, w i t h mans r e c r i m i n a t i o n s
" , " ' , " ' ''",• " "
'V,' ' " " " T ; ' "
I m i s msvard inembers o f i h e faculty
upon this p u b l i c a t i o n for the p r i m i n g o f student letters upon
The Hounds
oj Cod. B y R a f a e l S a b a t i n i .
i>7 pages. M ' - n t s today o l a t a r better q u a h t y in re , :( l ,,.,, ,.„.,,.,,,. m „ , „ . , , , !
| „ ,|ie rush
T i n - student was
the recent " b u s t " issue o f the L i o n .
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a m i n a l i o u on the League o l V i l l o u s .hoiild aroiisi u11t-r> -t
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repl.1,,-,1 the normal -, I,-. . I l i t e o i l o r i u e i
been l e g d i d e d b, i ,
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dais
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M. I alliai ,s ,
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.iiuiotiuicniiiils,
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Monday
I .J i . the M o m , , , ' l i o c l r i n e ( a s • to ., I', liis.il ,if the . i l . o , , , , , ! j.illill,
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Tuesday
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r e u i m i n i n e s , u i a k i s ihe new solum,- o l the d i a r y a v c r i - ! i.Ii the ...illia l.iMe
lo hear, the announcement aboui " T l i i u g a i n a j i i j club's .ale
M.lllle, a l " • club me, l i n g 7 .11)
I,.n i l l il .o.llhl MUlill III,- l.i.n.Ui.
i.ibb i n a aue I . , " , , " i \ m e i i t . u i a
M i ) lea, her o f A u i r r o f second hand ssallies next w<ck i n the I O S M I hall o j (hi
ll ss.ll he iieei'MUiy I n i e a f i . i l „ ,nm|e| lluli an l u l o i ) can e n l l s e l i the aibje, I by q u o t i n g what J o h n
Wednesday
ll,• plan „ f ,. Mialier l i n o , iJiyiuv
science b u i l d i n g .
A l l come nut a n d h e l j i I I - p u i over a
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COMMUNICATIONS
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS. FEBRUARY i l , 1929
VARSITY WINS TWO CLASSES WILL DEBATE \FORTY MAY ATTEND
nAiimnomn nil
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CONTESTS ON TRIP ,;
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FRATERNITY INITIATES
To Talk In Library
EIGHT NEW MEMBERS
m
Eight freslimen men will be initiated
I into full membership in Kappa Helta Rli'o
REUNION THIS WEEK
delink' w i l l be argued >" assembly b e lunn
rival
sophomore a n d f r e s h m a n ]
l-"t»i-t>- a l i i n n i a e members o f C a m i l l a
Defeat^
N e w York
Agriculture
i f . u n - i n r i a - o n l i i i n T (villi t h e i n t r r d a s s Kappa I ' h i a r c e x p o r t e d at t h e annual
i-ix-.-ilry rule.-,.
reunion ihis week-end i n A l b a n y .
They
A n d Pratt Institute T e a m s
By Close Score
T h e r u l e - |>n,vide I'm- a debate o r a w i l l d i m - at (lie somril.v house, MM (Juail
treet, l o m n r n i w ni.nlit. T h e y w i l l at lend
iii)4 h i ' i w i ' i i i i l r I W I I c l a w s MitiU'Hinc i n
S t a g i n g a >ueee.silul i n v a s i o n n f f u r
III'
M C H i d M'llli'sUT, live pniitt.'S I H ' I I I K a d i n n e r i n the c a n a r y room o l the
ri)4ii soil lasl week e n d , the men's v a r s i l )
D o W i l t t l i n t , M I hotel S a t u r d a y n i g h l .
i w i i r r l c d i n ilie w inner.
basketball loam seored v i c t o r i e s o v e r the
Susan (.'oilier. '_'.), w i l l lie l o a s i n n s i r e s s .
Tin.k'h.'ik' w i l l I K l-Yitlay
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strong Pratt
Institute and New Vurk
.Mildred P u n i c , ' . ' 5 , president o f t h e
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,
A u r i c u l i u r a l ( DIICRC lives 111 a p a i r o l
dent n f t h e active members, w i l l speak.
...
. ,
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i here w i l l be a tea at t h e s o r o r i t y house
h o t l j c o i n i ••ted games.
T h e h'ridav ninlit .eanie w i t h the I ' r a i t !
•miidav a f t e r n o o n .
Ai
IK those plain,ii.R In attend are: Vii.lel
o u t l i . w a s an evenly w a g e d b a t t l e and / > / GAMMA
MU
NAMES
. V i c e , Ann,ne In.sler, Alai'ji.nc VinuiK, .Maliil
the P u r p l e a n d ( m i d w o n o n h a l t e r an
.
.
nrip/iiTPf ,leiK. anil Kdmi Kempe, of lasl years class;
lon.thy llaiiillnii, Mrs. Iluitun Sam- ( Hnrence
overtime
period
in which
( a i r and
J LEAGUE DELEGATES \ " . - I I I . I I I I . Kllci, lliiylaiul, Mrs. Waller Tim
ner. I liar, i n <lverliminli). anil Mrs. A, thin
K u e z y l i s k i s i n k field b a s k e t - I n c l i n c h
„ , |.,' , ; i l l m n a \ | „ ,
Dr. H a r r y W . H a s t i n g s w h o
rh|(.(.
m c n l | H r s
• M -. i , Mil.lu'.l Kllhn) all i'( I lit- .lass ill
elure iii l l a r u i a n u s Mleecker
the g a m e .
T h e g a m e Saturdav W i l l i the | h , h l l | . s n t . | V ,,, | | u . s m - i , i l sciinces
will
IVlherl.iiilKc, Marie M e m . Ural
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encounter
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was .ill.Ml! I n blow he a t t e m p t e d I i n i a k ,
r the siudeiil council e a r h this week
his s | h , | w h i c h i l Mieeessiul w o u l d pill
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when, whole —and how —to
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leep r e g i e ! i n the hiss o f P r o f e s s o r
\111edee S i n i i i i i i i i , i i s f o u n d e r , whose
.in,!
and u n t i r i n g e f f o r t s i n the p r o n o t i o n ni its n i i e i ' i s t s w i l l never he
orgnilen.
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Guests at the d i n n e r w i i ! i n c l u d e P r e s i dent A . k . H r u b a c l u r ; P r o f e s s o r J o h n
M . Sayles, head o f t h e education d e p a r t ment ; P r o f e s s o r R i c h m o n d I I . K i r t l a n d ,
o f t h e education d e p a r t m e n t , a n d D r .
David Hutchison, professor o f government, honorary members.
I Jr. M . ( i .
W l s o t i . assistant p r o f e s s o r o f e d u c a t i o n ,
and Ralph Heaver, both a l u m n i o f t h e
local chapter, w i l l also attend.
Dr. H a s t i n g , w i l l base I n , l e c t u r e o n
Tl e I . i k - and L e t t e r s o f W i l l i a m D e a n
T h e l e c l u r e is open In t h e
llnwells".
public.
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It -nuitv-l,
Haswell,
Merry,
A f o r m a l d i n n e r w i l l be conducted i n
their honor Saturday night at t h e U n i versity club.
linweu Sanders
ON HOWELLS
LEGISLATURE AT WORK ™** \"™> - - ' - < • •
SCHADRINSKY
.- .
Harold
Rdward
into
V . Grey,
Sun.lav. M a r c h .1. at -I o'clock, i n one o l j ."'> '•< not u n i t e c e r t a i n w h e t h e r m i n i '
he wceklv h c l t i r e s being presented d u r i U l " he u i the new g y m n a s i u n i o r i n
lit; the w i n t e r season bv the Alhanv
H a w l e y H a l l , " Mis.s ( a i r n . said.
VOTERS' UNIT TO SEE
ADDED TO LION BOARD t
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be welcomed
a r e : Donald
Goodrich,
Kissam,
house,
afternoon,
P l u m b , ( i e o r g e P. Rice, and C a r l T a r l x i x .
HASTINGS TO TALK j
T h e S t a l e I nllege u n i l o f the l . i a g i :
!\FRIEDA
Robert
chapter
Saturday
who will
membership
Charles
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'milim- 'llak.-i. '-'.'. i , n l , . , , „ e C.llie,. ' . ' | , Mr, H a m W . H a s t i n g s , c h a i r m a n o f '.31, general c h a i r m a n
la/.-l lo.ttlry, ' J " , i,isl, m
i n i in physics, K,|n
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lhn?l',^l;uu'\'\lih'h'e'.l
. " . " ' d i e I'.ngli.sh d e p a r t m e n t , w i l l speak o n
Sev c r a l members o l t h e o r c h e s t r a w e r e
a n , ! ' \ ' , n a c , „ „ . s i , „ ' k , ' „ f il.e liass 1 " W i l l i a m
Dean l l o w c l l s " i i i t h e audi- I " ' r m e r l v
w n h the California
.Vightl Miss jane -.tinr.li.Mis,h.-r. t o r i u m n f l l a i i n a i i u s
Hleecker l i b r a r y . H ' a w k s , a n a l i o m d l v - k n o w n o r g a n i z a t i o n .
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FEBEUARY 21, 1829
WSS GRAVES TO WED
^FORMER
SCHOOLMATE
EXTENSION NUTRITION
Engagement Announced
COURSE TO BE GIVEN
A fi.'gii school romance culminated in
the engagement of Evelyn Graves, '29,
president of the student association when
:
lie'r parents, state tax commissioner
Mark 'Graves and Mrs. Craves of 86
MoutlrPine Avenue, last week announced
her engagement to Edward \V. Briggs,
"Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Edward W.
'.Briggs of 28 South Allen Street.
The, couple will he married shortly
after graduation in June. Dr. Chester
ii. Emerson of Detroit will officiate at
• the wedding ceremony.
•'•• 'Miss Graves and Mr. Briggs first met
a's students in the Albany High school.
66th are sport lovers and play tennis and
golf.'
MIS! EVILYJV
JRWSS
• After their marriage they will spend
E v e l y n Graves, '29, who will he
the summer at Saranac Lake. In Sepmarried in I line.
tember,'tiny will move to Philadelphia
where Mr. Briggs is attending medical
college at the-University of Pennsylvania.
Mi.^s Graves has been active in student
affairs since she was a freshman. Hesides being president of the student association .nid a member of Myskania, she
Dorothy Brimmer, '30, conducted the I
is a member (if Kappa Delta sorority and evening services in the First Presbyterian
Omicron Nil, national home economics Church Sunday. Lenore (i. S. Hutchihonor society.
son, '29, a junior deaconess, gave a talk.
Mr. Briggs received his bachelor ol'i
arts-degree from the University of Penn
sylvania last year. Me is a member o
A Home-like Church
Sigma Phi Epsilon social fraternity am
for Everybody
(if Alpha Kappa Kappa medical fraler
nity.
MISS BRIMMER LEADS !
SERVICES AT CHURCH
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That Lincoln was able to lift himself
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America, Dr. Adna W. Kisley, head of
the history department, told the ussemhh
if sophomores and upperrlassnicn Friday,
(ireat men can stand "debunking", Dr
kisley said in his talk on the "Debunk
ng of Washington and Lincoln."
MAISTELMAN BROS
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Klarc A. I. Schroeder, *31. will leave
tomorrow to attend the ninth annual convention nf the North Atlantic region of
Lutheran Students' Association at Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pa. The convention will be in session three days.
Agnes ,\l. Altro, '30, is alternate.
The theme of the convention will he
"Relations of the Lutheran student to
his church, in his campus, and to his
spiritual life".
Delegates will visit
(lellysluirg hattle-liehl.
Taylor, juniors, are practice teaching
in Milne High School. Because there
was a lach of students majoring in
Latin, Miss Van Salisbury was chosen
to teach Latin I. She did best work
in Latin o, ,-i course in rapid review
of high school Latin, according to
Miss Lydia Antoinette Johnson, supervisor of practice teaching in Latin.
Taylor has been allowed to do his
pracl ce teaching in book-keeping I
because he is planning to finish his
course this June preparatory tu re
ce.ving the bachelor of science in
commerce degree. Practice leaching
is usually limited to senior students.
WEEK OF FEB.
Rev. F. L. Squires, Pastor
WillardW. Andrews. Pm. F. Waytand tlailty.Stc.
Write
FOOD SALE TODAY
French d u b will conduct a cake and
rand) sale today in the lower corridor
of Dusted Hall, Sxlvia k'ose, '31. and
Alice Walsh. MO, are in charge.
649-651 W A S H I N G T O N A V E .
(Just west of Partridge Street)
The senior class will elect officer-- for
class day ai meeting Friday, March 1,
immediately after assembly, according to
Bet y J. Eaton, '29, president of the
senior cl.is.-i.
Seniors will vote for class poet, class
histor.an, class prophet, and class councillor.
appointments.
An extension course lit nutrition,
adapted to the needs of the growing
child, will he offered this semester by
Miss Alice Ryder, instructor in home
economics, if there are twenty registrations, according to an announcement of
Professor Florence I1'. W'iiichell, head of
the home economics department.
The fee for the course will be four
dollars, and the class will mccl Wednesday afternoons from .5:15 to 4:30 o'clock.
There will he eight meetings of the
class to be conducted February 27. March
6, 13, 20, 27. and April 1(1, 17, 24.
The topics to he considered a r e : "What
good nutrition is in childhood", "general
rules for children's food", "building the
body framework", "iron as an essential
in a i-hilds food", "how the body grows",
"vitamins",
"energy
trail--format ion",
"measurement of food quantities", and
"digestive upsets in whirl
food is a
primary factor."
LUTHERAN DELEGATE
WILL LEAVE TOMORROW
Taylor And Miss Van Salisbury&
2 Juniors, Teach Milne Classes
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1). Jeuney
leachers
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Albany,N.V-
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