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ence
a m i school
t r a t o r s here t o m o r r o w .
adminis-
T h e conference
inr A r t h u r ,
Cynthia's
a n d her rejection o f
Men",
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in Life
con-
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are expected
the
tomorrow.
sessions
f r o m t h e eastern
state, p a r t i c u l a r l y
from
t o attend
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will
district
of the
near-by
coun-
ties.
President James L. Meader, o f Russell
of Ynti". "So What's
W h i l e ' , .in.l " T h a i ' s
Sage College, and P r o f e s s o r
H a r o l d P.
T w o " ,h'ugg, o l Teachers College, C o l u m b i a
W o r t h C n i v e i s i t y , w i l l address the general c o i i -
W h y 1 Love Y o u " .
T h e \\..r.ls were composed by Miss
C o n n i e , and the music was w r i t t e n I n
M i - Ci.rinley and M a r i o n L. S l o a n . 'JO.
d..
L e t ween
administrators
come
chorus and soloists
"Dreaming
w i l l begin at : , i ( ) o'clock, a n d w i l l
tinue t h r o u g h the f o r e n o o n .
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T h e s t o r y deals w i t h
ihe I ' s e " , " A n d T h a i ' s W h y I C a v e U p
nmii r go\ e r n n i . n t eon
govci
of " A r t h u r
a sign
following songs:
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Schneider,
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- h o w e d how t h e people w o u l d save
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speaker
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as n m . Ii nn.h r t h e present
by f r e s h m e n ,
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<S:15 Eleven sectional meetings a n d a g e n iseral session a r e scheduled f o r the fifth
'29,
annual Slate College r o u n d table c o n f e r -
played
I'. a i d
Cla.lys
Teachers I n E a s t e r n District
M e e t To Discuss W o r k
In 11 Fields
u
n u n the I ' m
m i l the high
and A r t , al
M. G n r m l e y ,
I l o l l i male and f e m i n i n e lead roles w i l l
Mall
p.liming
when
produces
director.
making
bridge,"
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association
A r t ' s S a k e " , its musical comedy.
vei s i i \ . i i M I aw r. m e in I ' h a n e e i l o r In
AT 9:30 TOMORROW
w i l l be
T h e p r o d u c t i o n w i l l be at the A l b a n y
n m i i , n's vai sit * d e b a t e I r a n i w o n
a ,i h i I) i n . l u . - ' decisi
Athletic
Institute
i n a e l i i n i ' subje, t t o p o l i t i c a l c o r r u p t i o n ,
the
i n cross-section
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ownership of
money
CONFERENCE BEGINS
TO STATE TONIGHT
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i n the a u d i t o r i u m
o f I lawley
f l a i l , ai 11..to ,,'clock.
Sectional meeting w i l l he conducted i n
the f o l l o w i n g s u b j e c t s : commerce, K n g l i s h , guidance, h i s t o r y , home economics,
L a t i n , library school, mathematics, m o d e r n languages, science a n d j o u r n a l i s m .
'fhe.se meetings w i l l he at ') :J0 o'clock.
President A n n o u n c e s P r o g r a m
I . e m . r e I . . S l l n i e l i i . - i . i i . '_"'. e a p t a i n
a n d i h i n l speaker o l t h e a f f i r m a t i v e ,
a r g u e d that t h e p r o p o s e d p l a n w o u l d
he p r a e l i e a h l e .
M r s . A n n a G a r l i n Spencer, a u t h o r , sociologist, l e d u m
H e l e n S m i t h , w h o opened t h e de
l o r a l C o l u m b i a I n i v e r s i t v, w h o w i l l a d d r e s s b o t h a s s e m b l i e s l o d .
hate f o r llie n e g a t i v e , stressed t h e
The p r o g r a m , announced by President
W o r k o f Jews i n a r t , philosophy, sci- A . R. Ilrubacher, i s :
H
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r t o p i c i - not a n n o u n c e d .
loss o f i n d i v i d u a l i t y a n d m e n o f a b i l i t y ,
ence, i n d u s t r y a n d music w i l l he disr . . i i i i n , i c . I',..less,., ( i i - i i r t i f M . Y o r k , head
under governnient eoulrol.
cuss, .1 in M e n o i a h society meetings d u r - ,.f llie .-.i.in.ieie,- , l , | „ „ I m e i . i , ehi.i, iilllN ; topic,
h'ulli * ) B i g l i n , e.niiiiiued the p r o o f
i i i . i n In. s s n a i i i i n i t " I.y I harli-s \\\
ing the r e m a i n d e r o l t h e College year. •'Kle
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I hough vast i m p r o v e m e n t s h a \ e been made i n A m e i i c a n e d u c a t i o n a l i n . tho.ls j , . w . n l . , w j | | | „ . discusseil at the meetings i n . l a ie, „ , , ! - . , , | ill,- l.esi spoken I O I K I I - I I a m i
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.n the last i,4 . e a r s , the new system o l education lias b r o u g h t a l o n g w i t h il m i a c c o r d i n g t o K m a m l e l C r c c n . MO, prcsi- \ l l l . o . .Ill . 1,ale, I s " . K,H„„ J.SII, l l u s l e i l .
' o . i . l . o i e , . Miss ICIi/al.elli I I . M o r r i s , assisi. i p a l • o n i r o l o i I n d i o e l e c t r i c pow i i
necessarv Icaliii'cs and has discarded good o l d customs, i n llie o p i u i
I Patrick ,( t .,,(.
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f e . l m a l i o n , eliaii m i n i :
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in i l l . h a n d s o i t h e g o v e r i l i n e l l l .
I I . M c O u a d e . oldest active school p r i n c i p a l i n the C u b e d S t a t e - .
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M r . M c O u a d e . w h o is affectionately k n o w n as " P r o f e s s o r " McCJuadc t o l w o j ' j , ; l u -| U ck-i| o n tile schedti'le.
rv degree o f master o l pedagogy n
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Albany Principal, Longest In Service In United States '• '- written i. prominent Jewish
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FOR M0VING-UP DAY
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Patrick H . M c Q u a d t
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 15, 1929
State College
M.
president
of t h e student
student communication
FRENCH
Study Of History Of Education Gradually Declining;
Free Choice Of Subjects Favored, Delegate Finds
I n a n o t h e r c o l u m n , w c p r i n t a reply b y M i s s B r a d y , vice
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newspaper
association,
in last week's
h a s n o desire
to prolong
believes t h a t vice p r e s i d e n t s
to t h e editorial a n d
NEWS.
Though
I Editor's N o t e : This is the third a n d i | n t h e p r i n c i p l e s of e d u c a t i o n in w h i c h
last of a scries of articles un education •
by Robert J. Sllllllnglaw, '29, who repany historic background of present d a y
resented Kappa J'lii Kappa at its national
ideas might be presented, should t h e inconvention recently.I
s t r u c t o r d e e m it e s s e n t i a l ,
BY
ROBERT J.
SHILLINGLAW
this
t h e n e a r - a r g u m e n t , it
of t h e student
association a r e
e l e c t e d p r i m a r i l y t o p r e s i d e in t h e a b s e n c e o f t h e p r e s i d e n t s .
Our authority
f o r this belief
ticle V I I , S e c t i o n b , w h i c h
t h e vice p r e s i d e n t t o a s s u m e
seem,
places
upon
" I t s h a l l b e t h e duty
of
t h e d u t i e s o f t h e p r e s i d e n t in
the absence o r a t t h e request
would
Among
olher
things
n o t i c e a b l e in
s t a t e m e n t s m a d e b y d e l e g a t e s t o t h e fifth
general assembly of Kappa Phi Kappa,
sit W i t t e n b e r g C o l l e g e , in S p r i n g f i e l d ,
O h i o , w a s t h e fact t h a t o n e o f t h e p r e s ent d a y I r e n d s i n e d u c a t i o n is t h e e l i m i n a t i o n o f t h e s t u d y o f t h e h i s t o r y of
education a s a p r e r e q u i s i t e for a t e a c h e r ' s
c e r t i f i c a t e in .some s t a t e s .
is t h e n e w c o n s t i t u t i o n , A r -
says:
of t h e president."
t h e vice
president
T h i s , it
n o option a s
t o w h e t h e r s h e s h a l l o r s h a l l n o t p r e s i d e : t h e w o r d is
duty,
W h e n t h e s t u d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n e l e c t e d M i s s B r a d y t o office
T h i s e! n i u a t i o n of t h e h i s t o r y of e d u last y e a r , i t h a d f a i t h in h e r a b i l i t y t o p r e s i d e . T h i s f a i t h
cation, once considered a n essential part
w a s j u s t i f i e d w h e n s h e p r e s i d e d o n c e t h i s y e a r , in t h e a b of t h e c u r r i c u l u m f o r e m b r y o n i c t e a c h e r s ,
sence of t h e president. T h e association could quite similarly
is e x p l a i n e d a s b e i n g d u e t o t h e fact
h a v e e x p e c t e d h e r t o p r e s i d e t w o w e e k s a g o . I f, w h e n
t h a t t h e n e w c o n c e p t i o n is t h a t w h a t e v e r
v a l u e m i g h t b e d e r i v e d f r o m t h e s t u d y of
elected to t h e p r e s i d e n c y o r vice p r e s i d e n c y , t h e student
a c o u r s e in t h e s u b j e c t , c o u l d p r o b a b l y
d o e s n o t feel a b l e t o p r e s i d e , t h a t s t u d e n t s h o u l d be a b l e
lie o b t a i n e d f r o m a m o r e e x t e n s i v e c o u r s e
within a short time t o p r e p a r e for such parliamentary pro-
Many
educators
feel
thai
t h e time,
f o r m e r l y g i v e n t o a " c u l t u r a l " c o u r s e in
the history of education, might
lefl
free
for t h e student
b e l t e r be
t o elect t h e
s u b j e c t , if h e s o d e s i r e d o r t o s t u d y
more
practical
education
departments
.nslitutions.
quires
course
some
by t h e
of t h e r e s p e c t i v e
N e w York
diis subject
ondary school
offered
slate
still r e -
for its potential
sec-
teachers.
I n s o m e c o l l e g e s h o w e v e r , il is a l m o s t
n e c e s s a r y f o r t h e s t u d e n t t o e n r o l l in t h e
c o u r s e w h e t h e r o r not he so desires, d u e
lo t h e l i m i t e d c u r r i c u l u m of t h e e d u c a tion d e p a r t m e n t s .
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MISS BRADY
OBJECTS
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; u o p e r s o n s , o n e of w h o m I l a t e r (lis
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Keeling that an explanation of my conduci c o v e r e d l o b e a p r o f e s s o r in T e a c h e r s
| in itself.
U n i v e r s i t y , a n d llu
in the liinicjr-l'reshiiiiiii assembly of March 1 C o l l e g e , C o l u m b i a
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W e a r e glad t o a g r e e with Miss Brady about t h e worlhvour "viewpoint".
However, if an explanau
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in w h i c h i h e
tion to the Simlent Association is in order. I
! l e s s n e s s o f c r y i n g food s a l e a n d p e a n u t c l u b m e e t i n g s f r o m
f o r m e r pul f o r w a r d i h e s u g g e s t i o n ihal
believe thai I am the one to furnish it.
the p l a t f o r m .
P e r h a p s if t h e s t u d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n m e m b e r s
The president ol" Sludeut Association was it s h o u l d b e o n e o f t h e d u t i e s of llu
not present at the time Myskanin chose to c,"
did n o t i m p o s e u p o n t h e v i c e p r e s i d e n t t h e d u t i e s of a v o c a l
I a d m i n i s t r a t o r s |,, unite with
T w o q u e s t i o n s t o d a y face t h e m e m b e r s of s o r o r i t i e s a t
on the platform that mo, ,,'ino.. In taking the local s d
chair and iiirniiiii the business of Ilie meeting l e a d e r s f r o m i h e Boy S e o u l - . G i r l S c o u t s ,
sandwich m a n , s h e a n d h e r successors might have m o r e time
State College.
T h e s e questions a r e : Is (here a need for
ov,r to Miss (ii.rnilcy I was not only follow- D e M o l . i y ,
Junior ' Kasleru
Star ami
an I n t e r s o r o r i t y council?
Does t h e present
Intersorority
to s t u d y p a r l i a m e n t a r y l a w , a n d t h u s feel c a p a b l e t o p r e - j ing the instructions of a superior officer of
tlit- association, bin also the dictates of my Y o u n g K q u i r e s in a social s e r v i c e c o u n c i l
c o u n c i l m e e t t h e n e e d a d e q u a t e l y a n d in t h e best m a n n e r
side w h e n c a l l e d u p o n t o d o s o . W e s a y feel;
we a r e
own judgment as .veil as a precedent. 1 knew to c o r r e l a t e t h e w o r k of t h e v a r i o i i possible.
the nature of the business to come before the a g e n c i e s a n d l o r e l i e v e t h e s c h o o l ,,i
q u i t e s u r e t h a t M i s s B r a d y is a b l e t o d o s o .
assemble, and lenli/.iug its importance, I beW e d o not recall t h e p r e c e d e n t to which Miss lirady
lieved it was for ilie best interest (.f Student s o m e p h a s e s ,,f its w , , r k d u p l i c a t e d by
P e r h a p s t h e g e n e r a l s t u d e n t o p i n i o n , a s well a s t h e o p i n Association thai the conduction of ilie meet- o t h e r s a n d t o a s s i s t e a c h a g e n c y in a refers.
T h a i it w a s a d a n g e r o u s p r e c e d e n t m a y be e v i d e n t ;
ion of t h e g r e a t e r s h a r e of t h e s o r o r i t y m e m b e r s , w o u l d
ills should be in more experience,! hands lhau s l i m i n g a s h a r e in t h e e d u c a t i o n ol tin
t h a t it w a s a n u n w i s e a n d u n n e c e s s a r y p r e c e d e n t c a n j mv own. You may recall the piece,lent. Il y o u t h of h s c o m m u n i t y , e a c h o r e a i u / a
a n s w e r " Y e s " t o t h e first q u e s t i o n , a n d a n e m p h a t i c " N o "
is urn the first lime thai a Sludeut Association
lo t h e s e c o n d .
s c a r c e l y he d o u b t e d .
H u t t h e p r e s e n t q u e s t i o n is w h e t h e r
iH-ctiiiK has been conducted by one othei lhau tion c o - o p e r a t i n g in i h e i n . , i t e r ol cli.u
he | resident or vice president when important a c l e r b u i l d i n g .
t h e officers o f t h e s t u d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n s h a l l b e officers o r I
T o o b s e r v e r s , il a p p e a r s t h a t d i e p r e s e n t I n t e r s o r o r i t y
l.efo
llu
You
i l i a l if i l l ,
idenl do
gilded puppets.
council serves but three purposes, t w o of w h i c h m a y b e
COMMUNICATIONS
WHY
AX INTERSORORITY COUNCIL?
%
classified
duct
as "social."
These
a tea each y e a r
which
for n e w m e m b e r s
to m a n a g e
an intersorority
rules
would
seem
that
a valuable adjunct
council.
subverted
tioned.
that
girl
social
underlying
the whole
interest
council's
cattily-minded
many a day.
purpose,
that
m a y be q u e s -
life, t h e f u r t h e r -
to the college, a n d
of t h e s t u d e n t s .
food
a tea, which
for d i n n e r
T h e rules and counter
sorority.
can be e m -
here h a s been so
actions
I n this
gives
all t h e
conversation
disregarded
H u t j u s t let B e t a d o w h a t
by sor-
Alpha has
d o n e , a n d h e a r t h e h o w l , e v e n in l e t t e r s l o t h e S T A T E
LEGE N K W S .
complex
that
reference.
it is q u i t e i m p o s s i b l e
them,
without
for t h e sorority
printed
copies
It is m u r e p o s s i b l e , h o w e v e r ,
thai
m e m b e r s of t h e c o u n c i l h a v e b u t l i t t l e r e s p e c t
the sorority
f o r it, b e i n g
for t h e alleged p r e s t i g e a c c o m p a n y i n g
bership
than
Kach
rather
year,
fur promoting
it is t h e c u s t o m
to h u r l a l l e g a t i o n s
of c o u r s e ,
dune
and charges
more
t h e spirit
of
at a n o t h e r
subtly.
sororities
sorority.
This
been
notes
bid by o t h e r
perhaps
member
whole
to f r e s h m a n
the work
girls
sororities.
intersororit)
paiscs
whether
to have
a
discredit
sorority
another
known
anony-
( h i s m u d s l i n g i n g is
is t o w o r k
a n d the whole
council
While
of h u t o n e p e r s o n ,
o r n o t , its result
council
who were
This
year, the
c a m p a i g n of mini s l i n g i n g look t h e f o r m of s e n d i n g
mous
mem-
fairness.
for o n e o r m o r e
o r less
mem-
for handy
members more
is,
COL-
It m a y b e thai t h e r u l e s a r e s o m a n y a n d s o
bers to r e m e m b e r
rule,
system
this
sorority
upon die
here.
i
AN INCUiATOR F< >R ID FAS
W e a r e pleased to n o t e thai school a d m i n i s t r a t o r s a n d
t e a c h e r s f r o m t h e e a s t e r n d i s t r i c t will c o m e t o S t a t e C o l l e g e t o m o r r o w t o p a r t a k e in t h e a n n u a l r o u n d t a b l e Conference sponsored by President B r u b a c h e r a n d t h e college.
T h e p r o g r a m this y e a r seems unusually c o m p l e t e a n d worth
while.
T h e g e n e r a l c o n f e r e n c e in t h e a u d i t o r i u m ,
with
President Meatier of Russell S a g e College a n d P r o f e s s o r
R t i g g , of C o l u m b i a U n i v e r s i t y , is s u c h a s l o a t t r a c t t h e
a t t e n t i o n of m a n y t e a c h e r s in t h i s d i s t r i c t .
T h e sectional
m e e t i n g s c o v e r s u c h a w i d e r a n g e of t o p i c s a s t o i n s u r e at
least o n e i n t e r e s t i n g m e e t i n g f o r e v e r y v i s i t o r .
Students
m a y w e l l a v a i l t h e m s e l v e s of t h e p r i v i l e g e of a t t e n d i n g t h e
s e c t i o n a l m e e t i n g s in t h e i r m a j o r o r m i n o r
fields.
I n c o n d u c t i n g t h e s e m e e t i n g s , S t a t e C o l l e g e is s e r v i n g
t h e a i m of e d u c a t i o n in t h i s d i s t r i c t by e a c h y e a r g i v i n g
t e a c h e r s a b r e a t h i n g spell in w h i c h t o c o l l e c t n e w i d e a s of
t h e l a t e s t m e t h o d s a n d p r a c t i c e s in t h e i r fields.
for
rules serve n o useful
for they a r e quite generally
ority after
are perhaps
failed.
conduct
Greeks
govern
for an intersorority
letter
of t h e s o r o r i t i e s
in t h e w e l f a r e
d o e s , of c o u r s e ,
t o pass
to
f o r a c o u n c i l is t h e p r o m o -
i d e a l s of G r e e k
the council h a s apparently
third,
functions
principle
T h e r e a l , basic r e a s o n
ing' o f t h e s e r v i c e s
second,
students.
these
an intersorority council
tion of t h e h i g h e r
t h e best
year;
the
to con-
of t h e s o r o r i t i e s
purported
t o t h e real r e a s o n s
T h e real,
ployed to justify
ball e a c h
a n d counter-rules
rushing and pledging'of
It
a r e : First,
a r e "elite" enough to belong to t h e council;
regulation,
It
purposes
So,
titiv. a s u p -
posedly stringent o n e .
W h a t is i b i s r u l e '
It is not fur t h e p u b l i c t o k n o w .
Why .
P e r h a p s it is b e c a u s e t h e p u b l i c w o u l d t h e n k n o w
w h e n a n o t h e r r u l e i.i being b r o k e n .
O l all t h e rules a n d prohibitory r e g u l a t i o n s passed within
r e c e n t y e a r s by t h a t facile l e g i s l a t i v e b o d y , t h e r u l e c o n c e r n i n g " c u t t i n g " ;ii d a n c e * in t h e g y m n a s i u m is t h e m o s t
foolish a n d u n r e a s o n a b l e .
H e r e is a g r o u p of less t h a n
fifteen
g i r l s legi.slatiiiji th•• c o n d u c i of m a n y m e m b e r s of
the s t u d e n t u s s o c i a l i o u .
T h e rule places r e s t r a i n t s upon
llir p e r f e c t r i g h t of s t u d e n t s t o d a n c e w i t h w h o m i h e y
like, w h e n t h e ) like
T h e effect of d i e r u l e is t h i s : If a
f r e s h m a n were lo d a n c e with a sorority m e m b e r l o r o n e
d a n c e d u r i n g t h e n o o n p e r i o d , s h e liuisl n o t d a n c e w i t h a n y
o t h e r sorority m e m b e r thai
m, T h i s is a n i n f r i n g e m e n t
tinoi! p e r s o n a l
liberl), a n d a totally unjustified,
short
s i g h t e d , selfish a n d w o r t h l e s s r e g u l a t i o n .
The Intersorority
council
will some
day realise
that it
can nut make
Stale
College
safe for the chosen
few by
(Hissing
rules ami regulations.
It m u s l first h a v e t h e r e s p e c t a n d c o - o p e r a t i o n o f i l s m e m b e r s o r o r i t i e s , if it is t o
succeed.
W h i l e quarreling over petty details and con
d u c t i n g a l a b o r a t o r y c o u r s e in l a w - m a k i n g , t h e c o u n c i l is
neglecting
t h e h i g h e r d u t i e s it s h o u l d
perform: T h e
s t r e n g t h e n i n g of t h e Greek letter society system both on
the local c a m p u s a n d in t h e nation,
i f t h e c o u n c i l will
l i f t i t s e y e s f r o m ilie m i r r o r , it m a y s e e t h e h o r i z o n o f a
g r e a t e r d a y ; if so, it will g a i n a n e w l e a s e o n 1 ift,*, a n d
a libera! share of respect.
THE
I'ASK FOR JOURNALISM
In p r e s e n t i n g t h e c a s e of s c h o l a s t i c j o u r n a l i s m b e f o r e t h e
r o u n d t a b l e c o n f e r e n c e s of t e a c h e r s a n d s c h o o l a d m i n i s t r a t o r s t o m o r r o w . I lie STATIC C O L L E G E N K W S m a k e s a m o d est b e g i n n i n g f o r w h a t it h o p e s w i l l b e c o m e , in a fewy e a r s , a s t a t e - w i d e m o v e m e n t t o w a r d t h e a d o p t i o n a n d un
p r o v e m e n l of s c h o l a s t i c j o u r n a l i s m .
S c h o o l p a p e r s in t h e
s t a l e of N e w Y o r k a r e n o t o r i o u s l y l a c k i n g ; a n d w h e r e d i e )
do exist, they a r e nearly a s notoriously weak.
T h i s w e a k n e s s is p e r h a p s l a r g e l y d u e l o t h e lack ,f a d e q u a t e s u p e r v i s i o n of t h e s e p u b l i c a t i o n s , a n d lack of i n f o r m a t i o n by a d m i n i s t r a t o r s a n d t e a c h e r s in v i e w i n g t h e p o l e n
tial v a l u e s of s c h o o l p a p e r s .
1| is t o m e e t t h i s p o s s i b l e
c a u s e for p o o r s c h o l a s t i c p a p e r s in t h i s s l a t e t h a t i h e N K W S
t o d a y sets o u t u p o n i t s r o u n d t a b l e c o n f e r e n c e .
T h e e d i t o r s will w o r k
f o r d i e eslalili.shmeiil of some
f o r m of stiiilein n e w s p a p e r in e v e r y s c h o o l of t h e s t a l e
w h e t h e r that n e w s p a p e r be printed, m i m e o g r a p h e d , dupli
c a t e d o n a g e l a t i n e r e p r o d u c e r , o r used j , a c o l u m n in t h e
country
weekly.
Any teacher, administrator
o r future
t e a c h e r is i n v i t e d by i h e N K W S lo l a k , p a r i in t h e d i s c u s
sums t o m o r r o w .
;
al.se
PRINCIPAL, 84, FINDS
EDUCATION IMPERFECT
advert,:
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time for all eon,
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s c h e d u l e t o hi in. I i r a d u a l i o i i f r o m llu
a c a d e m y al t h a t t i m e w a s t h e e q u i v a l e n t
of a n e d u c a t i o n in a s m a l l c o l l e g e , P r o
• l a b l i s h e i l by
l e s s o r M c Q u a d e said.
Cllt Of s i l o , |
Profess,,,- Alcljuade latighl b e f o r e ihe
NKWS"
., I
board oi regents was instituted.
Il i- a
g r e a t a i d in s t a n d a r d i z i n g I h e w o r k in
t h e s c h o o l s , a l t h o u g h il c o u l d he i m p r o v e d
he f o u r .ullii-ers
i r m v . l 111 ,- p l a i f .
by t h e e l i m i n a t i o n of p o l i t i c a l p r e j u d i c e
in a p p o i n i m e u l s , h e a s s e r t e d .
1 niil fro
f e w social e v e n t s e n l i v e n e d h i s sluclciil
alisfyiiiK
body.
ilavs, 1„- ,-evealed.
N o d a n c i n g w a s al
you, summary of ihe funrunns of the j |, , W ,-,I, , „ , u.,-,.,, a n d s e l d o m w a s i h e g r e a l
phi
cer.
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M i , , hi
thai
m i l - 1VC Ihe ollicc
A s f o r I h e l e t t e r M l icli you publisl
s i d e r il r a n k n i v . i i r . l i e In w rile s,i>
.,0,1 r e m a i n a n , m y
u .
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w e l f a r e of t
ed, 1 ,
1, a !,think ;
e stud
'"'i'Veo ];;':';
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'east a c q u a i n t s iiiiiise'l
h assemblies
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W A I F
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Do.
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p.le,
82.75.
New York: W . W Norton.
Is t h e r e a p e r s o n w h o h a - uol al s o m e n i n e stood a t o p
a s k y s c r a p e r o r a d a m a n d w o n d e r e d h o w m a n c o u l d evei
build' s u c h a n o b l e w o r k o l e n g i n e e r i n g skill!In i b i s r e
s p e d , w e a r e a l l m o r e m less c h i l d i s h in o u r d e s i r e l o know
how d u n g s a r e p u t t o g e t h e r ; w e a r e o f t e n m o r e happy in
fussing a r
id w i t h o u r c h e a p r a d i o - l h a u in l i s l e n i u g l o
a p e r f e c t set o | f a r m o r e e x p e n s i v e > a l i b e r .
If i h e r e a d e r of t h i s review h a s any o l t h e c h i l d i s h s p a r k
of c u r i o s i t y still lefl in linn -as I h e r e v i e w e r h a s h e will
s e i z e u p o n ll'liut
lingineeiw
Uo,um\
b e c o m e f a s c i n a t e d vviih
its c o n t e n t s .
W h i l e w r i t t e n f o r b o y s a n d g i r l s w h o want
to k n o w t h e h o w a n d w i n of c o l l s l r u c l i o n , i h e a u t h o r h a s
p r e s e n t e d a f a s c i n a t i n g s u b j e e l in s u c h a l i k e a b l e m e t h o d
t h a t t h e a d u l l will h e g l a d l o be a hoy a g a i n f o r a f e w
hours.
T h e contests include Ihe construction
of f o u n d a t i o n s ,
railways, hydro-electric development, road-, towers, bridges;
t h e t e x t i n c l u d e s s u c h l a w s o f a r c h i t e c t u r e a s tile law of
structural design.
T h e n u m e r o u s i l l u s t r a t i o n s assist g r e a t l y
in m a k i n g g r a p h i c t h e p o i u ! t h e a u t h o r w i s h e s t o p u t a c r o s s .
II
I'
CALENDAR
Today
•nior S o p h o m o r e
assembly
A. M .
Auditorium,
uiior f r e s h m a n
asscinblv
\
M.
\udilorinin.
V
V
Musical I
eih
P. M .
Mhauv
Institute
lory a n d \ r i .
Tomorrow
10:53
o .ill \ M
( a
I I ..ill A M .
Muliloriiun.
L a n g u a g e O r a l ( r e , h i tests. Ill \
M
R o o m s assigned
i,
\
V
Miisic.,1 C
edv. 8:15
P M
U b a n y l i i s l i t u t e of l l i II • I y a n d M l .
Sunday
Y W . I A Pastel vespei service
-1 .id P . M. R o t u n d a .
Tuesday
loinl L e n t e n service.
Kaill \ ,\l
Vud
linn
f i n a l g a m e , m e n ' - i n l e r c k i s s b a s k el
ball louriiaiiieiil
4 P M (Am
D r a m a t i c s , lass pkivs
8 15 L \ l
\uditoiiiini
Wednesday
J o i n t I.i i n , n s e r v i c e .
8:.l(l A. M .
\udiloi nun
l i e - h n i a u S o p h o m o r e girls basket
ball g a m e .
.5 I*. M . ( i y nin.is.ill ill.
Thursday
Joinl I t n l t n service.
K:,K) V M .
Auditorium
<i.
A. A.
leria.
Award
banquet.
Cafe
^TW'1
P i n sical e d u c a t i o n w a s nol c o m p u l s o r y .
Manual Training "Unnecessary"
" T h e p r e s e u l s y s t e m is still open l o
i m p r o v e m e n t , " h e d e c l a r e d . I hief a m o n g
t h e d e s i r a b l e a d d i t i o n s lo t h e p r e s e n t
m e t h o d s w o u l d be t h e i n s l i l u l i
i mot,
a d v a n c e d c o u r s e s in g r a m m a r
in h i g h
si'l
Is. M a n u a l t r a i n i n g is u i i u e c , s s a p
a n d w it In ml any benefits lo t h e g i a i u n i . i i
school s i u d e i i t s a n d s h o u l d he i-'i
laled,"
ol
Coll
noli -in in all Inch C h o n l s Wi lid
d e s i r a b l e f o r it \
w riling oul p r i i i i u u i i a l i n i i ol the f
language." I'rofessur M e O u a d e -a
More lime given in reciiatioii i
ol lecture would be high!, bench,
Ihe - I I I , L i , I - . he believes.
II .in
.•lings
W|IAI
,.,,
II
\ ice
:i IIK:II,T
rom I K lie
Commends
Old Teachers
• the old dais w . i e w i l b
" I I I p e e r - i n i h ir work," IV
,„ \ | e
Ouade
d e c l a r I.
l hiel
among l u ,
leathers
h o l e or Mcljn.,,1, i , call- Hi
I ' a v i d M u r n n , 11-1 recommended In ,1 ,Ihen p i , - n | , - n , •I I h , I uiled Stales !..
iroieain/,
||„
"III,
,1
v I,-,,, ,,,
I h e . .!,!. ..... .,.., J c a ,
\l,(.),i.„l, I- ., bnllianl
u ihe grammar -, I
I I , be enlered die \ l l
-i scholal .In,,.
S i x „,.
g r a d u a l , , ! al ihe head
il,,!
In- l a t h e r
Al III,
principal ,,i piihh,
llu
high
In- It
school
J|
"•on- ,.i Vlbaniaus
l\
been I n - undents
,,,,|,
- l e i III
'inahlie.x „ s a p r i n c i p a l a n d h i s k i n d l ,
a l i u n d e t o w a r d g r a d u a t i s w h o h ive m i n e
lo hun i , , r advice.
. Professor
M c t j u a d e , w h o ,-, e i g h h
l
""1
y e a r s of a g e , i , c o m p l e t i n g h i ,
sixiy lourili year a s a principal. P o m
years a g o , Stau- College c
erred upon
b m i t h e d e g r e e of m a s t e r , , | p e d a g o g ,
in r e c o g n i t i o n of h i s i n v a l u a b l e s e r v i c e s
lu A l b a n i a n s a n d t o t h e i r c h i l d r e n .
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 15, 1929
NPW<\ IN NATION AT
mmo in n/uivrmu
PRESS ASSOCIATION
M e m b e r s h i p I n Organization
To Futher Journalism,
Announced Today
Affiliation of the STATU COLLEGE N'EWS
243
Students Commute From S3 Cities, Survey Shows;
Mn Jodd s
Two hundred and
ds 4 Hours m
forty-three State life
Traveli m Miles
every day. They don't need to join
FRESHMEN UNABLE
TO CAPTURE BANNER
Any Man Can Wear Fine Hats;
Only Bravest Men Wear Spats
State College has at least two exnllegc students commute daily from 53 the navy to see the world. In traveling
amples of sartorial perfection. Many
on a train, they hardly need a newspaper
of the men wear noisily decorated
Schenectady leads wilh 80 students; for news.
ties; stiffly starched colored shirts
Tr.iy is second with 381 Cohocs, third
are far from uncommon; well pressed
They see Mrs. Gossip and Mrs. Husywilli l'i; Walervliel has 12; Rensselaer, hody going to the city to do then- shopCollegiate clothes are the rule rather
U : Saratoifji, seven; C.'aslle-on-lhc 1-1 ml - ping'. \ ' o newly-weds e-eape their atthan the exception; good looking
i.n, three, and I liuison has two.
carl's, bats, and coals can be Seen
tention.
They are the lirsl to know
.Mm Dmiald Todd, \U, is I he star about elopements.
any day on Slate's campus.
L-o-i miller.
I le travels to aijil from
Spats, the mark of die distinguished,
A ticket to Washington or Niagara
Hyde
l J ark-on-the-l ludson
everyday,
1:1:1 only be seen on a lew. To wear
halls means either of two tilings. I f it
sending four hours riding the rails.
spat:
is not only a sign of sartorial
a
young
man
and
woman,
they
h
a
\
e
Todd's alarm cluck speaks at 5 :-45
wivoir (aire, bin also shows courage,
twice a week in order for him to catch .doped or beer, sent off In fond parents
for
every
pair of spats carries a conand
fondet
parents-in-law,
say
the
com
:i 0:41! train; the other three days he
stant stream of comment with it.
caiches a °:,i() Main. AI iiiejn lie leaves iniiters. If it is a group of young people,
a gradual ng class is making a pilgrimAllium- at 5 o'clock.
Todd spends 5 hours and -10 minutes ige lo polities, or natural beauty.
The commuters hear the sob story of
laih in traveling a distance of 170 miles.
W.th all this cominutinR, he linds time •eery well known conductor on the train.
io play haskethall, a sport <>i which he The conductors welcome them twice a
s ven fond. He prefers cominutiilK to day. and remind them of absences as
Two State College girls will play itnregular!) as college professi rs, the coin
;;;;. :M': ill All.au>. he said.
porlaul parts in the annual stage presen1 !.;• coninutlers see a cross section of • iiuting -Indents declare.
tation of the local IV Mnlav chapter on
Saturday, April 13.
Clt f-.
with 1348 other student publications in
the Tinted Slates is announced today
when the NEWS board announces its
membership in the National Scholastic
Press association as a charter member.
The national association is a co-operative organization established for the
purpose of furthering the interests of
all forms of collegiate and scholastic
journalism. The association, which was
formerly known as the Central Scholastic Press association, outgrew its original form when it expanded to include
members from every state.
T h e association was reorganized recently. The N E W S was at one time a
member of ilu- Central association, and
received an "All American," highest possible honor rating, two years ago in a
K
contest sponsored In the association.
Gives Yearly Analysis
| | n ( . | n i]( . ^ - ^ ,,. ( u , ,,,„,,„,,,! , „ „ |
lI
r
I 'Diversity, college, junior college, nor- \.
„ „ „ „ „ „ . „ , . „ V ear. according to . . ' " " ' , ..
m.il school, secondare school and private I
.'
. h o u s e , 151 \\ e-tern awnuc. in |
school paper.-,, magazines and annuals l ' ' " " '
' J" 1 '" M- Sayles, seerelan ot n,.,,^.^ T ; (. u , i r , . ,, .,.„.,,..,, 1 In ll
are eligible to ineinhership. The associa- ;lie plaeemeiil bureau. They a r e : Irene 0 ,. | ( l | .
,.| s . „ , ) „ , |„,, IS1 .
lion aims lo make a yearly critical an- \s|ilee, Latin at I'ohleskill; (ieorgiana! ','• '"
'
". ' ,
alysis, with the aid of a comprehensive K j
' ,.. , i s ,
|,,.|„,ar;
Mildred.
„'""' " '"'," ' ''',. J" t " ' " U l '
score book, ,,i each member publication.
,
,
,...,,.
liou.se a i e . Hazel lirailt. inuia-j:
The national group has gone on record ! I ! r " « , l h ' m h ' mathematics at \ \ i l h a , n - o n ; [ . j , , , , , , , , , , , ^ ,,... , ; . m , l l ; ; l . , . . , u ;
as favoring the establisbuieiit of state I l-i"'> Mikis, malheiualics ai t obleskill; j | |,, l | s l | ] ,„
li, nsel;-ener
and
•e.saiei.l
le
seholasiic press assocalioiis. A national j MIKI Ireie- SullilT, uiaihenialics at I )ehnar, u r , , v o
slant hoiisekiepi
convention is conducted e ich year.
j ,;,,,, .
. I; df
h'reil I.. Kildow, fonnerlv of the Kan- , , . , „ - , _ „ _ , . . . _ . „ „ „ _ » . . . . .
, n' •]
sas State Teachers' College publication,, UNDERSTAND
SCOTLAND,
.u.l.'th
" s u H ^ i b h c a l H a ^ i i s ' b " ; ' ' ' . ; ^ t h e ! DR. THOMPSON
PLEADS
ANNOUNCES MARRIAGE
I niversittes ol ( alilorma,
Missouri,
Utah, Kansa-, Maryland, Santa Clara
" W e -huidd -..Miipathizc with the pres-j (i.imma Kappa
r
•ieelvn M
and Detroit, are members. Among the | cut piigbl of Scotland, for its eduea I •'
( o kiln I
teachers colleges registered
-\
regi: tereil as charier I .; ,... i
,
. .1 , , ,1, irgesl
, . , . , singl1
members are those at Oshkosh, Wiscon- | ,'""
'
'" ','.'"?' ' ' *"", ,"",!'. I Mnrr
re bridesmaids.
s.n, and San Marcos, Texas.
High;' tributi"!] i" our own, I Ir. I larold \\
Ish. V
school,, and academies are members of ' l">mji
protessor m
both as
another branch of the association.
dies Friday.
••Scotland's intellectual tradition |gnnil background for a political autoiioim
„
1 but 11 it- Scotch nia\ become like the othei
... „„„ . „
Yearlings Take Thomson's Car
After Soiree, In Pursuit
Of Sophomores
After a futile attempt to capture the
sophomore banner Friday night, following soiree, 11 freshmen men and women
returned to then- homes disappointed.
Freshmen guarded gymnasium doors,
locker room doors, and front anil hack
doors, in fact, even- door in Draper
Hall from midnight Friday until 1:45
o'clock Saturday morning in a desperate
attempt to prevent sophomores from
leaving the building with the precious
mitcase in their arms, Even the dancers
wondered, as lights were turned'oil and
off, and as groups of women students
dres-ed in sport clothes congregated and
whispered forebodingly,
2 STUDENTS WILL BE
IN PLAY OF DEMOLAY
Screams H e a r d in Halls
Veils and screams rent the halls as,
FIVE MORE SENIORS
SOPHOMORES ASSIST
Uaclys
IJarilioluincw.
' . " ' . who will precisely at I :-|, , o'clock, a suitcase was
•ila\
the
heroine
in
"
W
h
a
t
Anne
Urouglit
seen
being carried through the back
GET TEACHING JOBS
IN MANAGEMENT HOUSE
Home" and Donna \ t ampliell, Ml, aNo j ' " " ' - The freshmen followed hurriedly
FOR ENSUING YEAR So, More .rU ,„ the home economic io. 1 role in the s u m p i n
I ""' " ' " ' ' " ' ' " '" ' ' " '
' ' ^
lepartmenl are this yi ar assisting tin '.'..'
'
. '
'•'
forms and the suitcase disappear into a
I , of (be li'im. man igrniem iildil.iriiiiu
' I'>
'
'"' presented 111 th. ! |- ,|„ car slatiding near the curb. As the
of die Alliain Cirls' Acad ear tailed up and away, the presence of
:
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1
1
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l
1
11
sc c l i l m
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L
mind ol the four wondering freshmen led
'linn 10 another overworked campus car
; landing 111 the shadow of Draper Hall.
This car belongs to Edward Thomson,
'3il.
Ilun-'cdh starting (he motor, the
.1 codings 1,,reed the unsuspecting car
down Western avenue, State street, and
\"i - \eues !•' builerer, in tni,-;,,,- in mum roiis zig zag ode streets until the
.'j.glish. w i l l lead " T i l . I ir-1 and [he lirsl machine i-omplelely disappeared from
I...-I". lo John
(.alswortln
and the new. The search dragged oil until early
' I uelv, Found I 0 0 k " In j. M . Itarrie, hours ol the morning, but no trace of
I e first machine was found.
at 1 hancellor's H a l l , \ \ e<lnesd,n. M;o I,
Several ol the freshmen surrounded thii . e r l . u d e I.. I lab, '_"', president of ' t i n
ol Jean Minkjn. '.51, on Second
n
o
d
I
.
n I ninicil, in
-. believing thai to be the destitui..l:n.'
[l
I' the banner.
However, Miss
Allan
'I- have been made for Miiikin and her escort from soiree ariramga and titjli,- Clovers- r i u . , | at the house sltorlij after in a
chool s, mie lime in M a y ,a.\i, and 110 evidences of the coveted
Mil-'iitten
said.
i aim ise w 1 re seen.
MISS AGNES FUTTERER
TO READ PLAYS MAY 1
PHI ALPA TAU TO BE
IN CHARGE
OF TAXIS"^-^'
- — -''i... world,,i,,.Jewish.
i;i, me I lu: r abilities to other countries
l'i Alpha Tan ••,,,-a.iv will have charge because ;he\ lack a native heath,
of taxis f,,r the Imn-sororily ba'l. May 1
' I : the Scotch attain independence,
I'lic following member.-, .-1 l'i Alpha lbe\ will siirelv take a prominent place
Tail were appointed -ai comnnilees : j among die nal s, for lbe\ have alwavs
Itenerai eh.iirnuii, Syh a Mulwitz. '.11 , | been .1 breeding ground fo'r leaders
favors, Ileti> Er.itienbirg. '.51; refresh I "During the war. the commanders ,,f
imilts. Ki.t Schwab. '.<! ; invifilions, 1 ;| K . liriti-b arun and uav\ were Scotch,
l-riula .Seliadi in-k>, '.id; arrangements. I and two premiers since the war came
Is'i.sc Handler, '.ill; deem .: I- .1 •.. Ileitba from Su.llaud. If Scotland has such a
.Vathan. ',50; (lowers, 11,-MII. I'.ki:), ' J o ; natural wealth of leaders, she can't help
••'••is. Henrietta d - i w i r i h , 'Jo, chairman, attaining her place in the MIII."
HAT, DRINK AND BE MERRY
THE
COLLEGE PHARMACY
CAFETERIA
IF
A N D A N Y B O D Y V/HO
EVER RAN A F T E R A
TRAIN T H A T W A S
GOING PASTER THAN
HE WAS KNOWS THERE
IS NOTHING ELSE TO
0 0 BUT.
Western Avenue, One Block West
Make our fountain a pari ol your daily r o u t i n t —
after the shopping trip, a ride, a visit lo the movies or
jusl for refreshment alter your clay's work, you will find
everything heir lor satisfying hunger and thirst. W e
serve several dainty combinations and a special lunch
and our prices are very reasonable. Delicious drinks,
clean service and very best foods.
Run far enough, work
SA N O W I C H E S
All the popular kinds garnished wilh lettuce and
mayonnaise ii preferred.
You may have (hem served
on white 01 rye bread and you may have them plain or
toasted.
1 hey are made to please you. I Oc lo 25c.
8
MILLION
Miss l.thcl Darnell, formerly Salad and Sandwich c\t?rk at
Marybiid, is in charge oi Cafeteria
J
•i A D
T O
( ar
long enough, play hard
e n o u g h a n d y o u ' v e got t o
s l o p . T h a t ' s vvhc'ti t h e
pause that refreshes m a k e s
the big hit, H a p p i l y you
can find it a r o u n d t l i e c o
nut- from a n y w h e r e , wailing for y o u i n a n ice-cold
Coca-Cola, the pure drink
of n a t u r a l f l a v o r s t h a t
makes a n y little m i n u t e
make.; a n y l i t t l e n u n u
long e n o u g h for a big res
The Cw«-Cul« Co., Adam.., Ci.
YOU C A N ' T BEAT THE
'AUSl- THAT Ktl'KliSHliS
O O O D
T O
G E T
W H E R E
I T
1 5
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH 15, 1929
SEE THE POINT? NATALIE TURCHI TRIES TO PUT ONE ACROSS
34 SENIORS ATTAIN
HONOR IN STUDIES
Sophomore Class Ranks Second
With 3 0 Honor Students;
Juniors Are Next
Wiji
THI
Lo
MAI
M
LaJ
Dor
Kotf
Ki|i
t"us|
'31;!
Mat
Sani
**• I
'i
advi
Dor
Kiel
P!
re pi
hnt
i
wo members <if
lowing their wares.
'.12, right, takes a
Nfntalie Turchi. '30,
nf the club,
Thirty-four seniors attained honors
for the first semester, four of whom
have high honors; the sophomore class
is runner-up with 30, including three
high honors; the junior class is next
with 29, including one high honor. The
freshman class is last with 16 and three
high honors, according to statistics compiled by the Registrar's Office staff.
These are based on the entire year's
work.
F o u r Seniors G e t H i g h H o n o r s
Seniors—High honors: Mary (' Gain,
Alice Hills, Georgiana King. Lylc Parker* Honors; Bettina Azzarito, Evelyn
Baxter, Sophia Besemer, Mary Black,
Dorothy Bochmer, Nellie Cole, Margaret
Cosgfo, Dora Dadmttn, Beth ford, Florence Gormley, Lenorc Hutchison, Lenna
Jewell, Louis Klein, Ruth Knapp, Bessie
Lapedes, Lucy Milas, Mildred Peterson,
Elizabeth
Pulver,
Florence
kickard,
Florence Ryder, Robert
Slu'llinglaw,
Paul Slate, Randolph Sprague, John
Sturm, Rudolph Syring, Kalhryn Tcrpening, Elizabeth VanAlleii, S. l-iernice
VanSickle, Ruth Wheelock, Elsie / m u d .
Juniors—High honors: Adolph Scholl.
H o n o r s : Marion Bollo, Raymond Byrne,
Ruth Clow, Katherine Cornish, Mildred
Coutant, Evelyn Elwood, Mae (ilockner,
Catherine Harrington, Mildred Hawks,
.Margaret lligby, Justine Johnson, Doris
Jones, Thomas [vulsella, Libel Kay, L.
Lnptoii Robinson, Evelyn Sadler, (jreeia
Sayles, Evelyn Sheeley, Mary Shoriall,
Virginia Shultes, Victor Starr, Dorothy
Thomas, Phyllis Lline, Jessie Variau,
Kalhryn Webster, Louis VVolner, Shirley
Wood, Esther Zimmerman.
Twenty-seven
Sophomores
,
HerforJ
Tu..™
a. .1. It.
1 mill..on
Smith
Drives
Car
Well,
Kii.la)
\ .0.11.1.1
.'". In
ailein
tile
death
ol
l are improving in accuracy and form.
l iauly decorations of business letters for
advertising purp..•nl.l n
ttced, the reports -how.
"I bea'eve til a it i-, g,„„| f, ,• ,]„. ..,„
'' '' ' " ' " ' '"aiiie fr in a wide variety dents |„ have actual cxp, rience m analyzr l i
"•' '' " - Atialy.e, of die biters by ing what the business offices of t,,d, n arc
nt- v.ir\ greatly. M.'ss Avery said. .Hitting out. The importance ,.f the hi:,ir
" i ! " r ' -ad, "The •itiality of work n.-.s letter as a messenger of g.„„| w j|]
v
K
A
'""1
" I l ' ; i t "'any of the and an agent of important transactions
n '- ''
:!r,i
lll
' " - r t c l Idlers were mostly cannot be overestimated," Miss Avery
• ' v' "n but one ,, r | U -o minor | said.
Mi
Aitoth r priori .1. clared thai "Stenogphers Iwuld be able to III die their
Iter . pi n eel rather than imperfect."
Mi-s \v.r> believe, di.il stem.graphers
Iflllanl II. Andrew*.I'm.
/•'. H'atluml Hailey.SW.
Albany
Teachers' Agency, Inc.
74 Chapel St., Albany,N.Y.
W e need t e a c h e r s for S e p t e m b e r
appointments.
PA I ' R O N I Z K
\N rite for infor-
m a t i o n o r call at the office.
THE
Antiuirau (Elvanvvsi anft D if ins
We Clean and D y e all kinds of 1.tidies' and Men's
Wearing Apparel
811A MADISON AVENUE
Phone 6-3072
HEWETT'S
S!LK
SHOP
PALLADINO
80-82 No. Pearl Street
Personality Bobs - Finger Waving - Permanent Waving
(air,
Columbia
A Reliable P l a c e to B u y
R E L I A B L E - SILKS
WOOLENS - COTTONS
CRETONNES and
INTERIOR
FURNISHINGS
COLLEGE CANDY SHOP
H o m e S a v i n g s Hank Bldg
U N , P e a r l St.
i-ibi2
Strand
LU N . I ' e a r l S l .
•l-l.imi
DANKER
d o a m i 42 M a i d e n
Lane
AIL.inv, X. V
2(M Central A v e n u e ( near Robin)
Salads - Pastry and Toasted Sandwiches
SAVINGS COME FIRST
E v e r y s a n d w i c h m a d e ii|> fresh i<> i n d i v i d u a l o r d e r
A Savings Account is the cornerstone of the
average American's personal financial structure.
L. A. BOOKHEIM'5
AXAV\ C I T Y
RELIABLE MEATS AWD
F R E S H KILLED POULTRY
VIMMIIM, Jan.
I111..I.,..,.
('l 115 Im-ine-.-, letter- hn ("titrated by
lie! nt-. in commerce taught by Miss
iila iclie M. Avi r\. iii-.tnicl.ir in cm
• re •. tin in ij ,r iv ,ar. iiicnrrect. ;
"SAYIT WITH FLOWERS
S/irt'i///
• I, . I
\l
Most Business Letters Incorrect, Research Shows;
Stenographers Are Improving In Accuracy And Form
Smith was speeding up Western
aveiim in bis car when his complacency was shattered by the raucous
cry of a traffic cop bidding him hall.
The profuse apologies of Smith so
softened the officer's heart that he let
Smith off with the admonition "Don't
let il happen again '•"
<• J . . . a m - .
.1 Cjo.l Sin
I'.,i M i , |.
I'. Tli,.ni|,
..I ih.
ami inaiiai/
\l,
W.-.l.as.l
I I . . I,-..
Iknnia \ ..• i ..mi.I..11, Ml ... .1
seivc Mi>» l-.11.-i. (
-a ,l„ ,
ii,-o i
inaili.-i.iati.-, Mi , Ha/el \ !«.,»!. , , . .
in iiliy»ii-k, ami M e , \li , I- l ( ) , | , . , in
in limiii! II> luiuiiiiia.
Tlii.i..l.i> . W I I I I I M I. „.,.!,,:.. I'.,-.,,,,
eilla l l a m i n c l . y , .,11.1 I- .In !• i,,l,,„i,
in.,i.-,. |,,.-|,.,ir .Imiii'i 1... M i „ \li,
Se.aliin.l in,.I
Mi.
iiii.,„,
II
1 .,,
,liiu-l..is in l)io|..gy, in,.I
\li-,,
|«
Ttiul<i|i«iri
Weeks
" \ ji.i-.ler w i l l be placed on the m a i n
liulli i i n board i > g i v e an o p p o r t u n i t y f o r
th..-e w h o wish r i n g s to sign up f o r
t h e m , " Miss ( l i l b c r t announced t o d a y .
T h e . t l i e r members o f the r i n g e o m niil-ee ate L o u i s W ' o l u e r ,
\niie Moure
But Proves He Can Talk Better
Her ford Smith, '2 n , recently had
a narrow escape from spending a few
hours in an Albany police precinct to
meditate upon the evils which attend
the urging of a gasoline wagon over
the pavement at the rale of -15 miles
an hour.
v i v e l ' i i . f e , » . n ('till.n.I A U „ , . | . , | . | , h, ...I
III,- l i j u l n n y .1. [.... It, .< u i. \ l . , \ \
„|., ,|, a
Me,
A n n : , K. Kcllll, n o t , i l „ . m li.,n,i- i .
1
Representative From Company
To Take Measurements
In T w o
Marion Woolc.ck,
, r mother S i m d . u
llomics experience in limn, cooking, c. r
tain students are sen ing group • m |
faculty members at dinn. r ..n. e a A I
in the dining room adjoining lb. cat
teria, according lo I 'i.,i, s V ,r |- l.a . n
K. Wincbell. bead of the home e c u an,
department,
M.ai.lay ev.-ni.iK-, II. In, ( :„M| I,. !!. 11,1,
Knii-rs.m, an.I K all \ .,!..,!•:..-.
,,!, ... .,,
JUNIORS GIVE RING
CONTRACT TO KAHSE
"The contract for the junior rings has
been awarded to the VVart'en-K.'ilise Company.
In approximately two weeks a
representative from the company will
lake measurements for the rings," according to Eunice Gilbert, chairman of
the junior ring committee.
There will be three different styles of
rings offered to the juniors: heavy, or
military style, medium and light pennyweight. These are offered in rose, green,
and yellow gold. The seal and border
of the ring are the same for C U T \ junior
:
das-.. This is a fixed standard' of the
college. The shank of [he ring, however, is of a different pattern.
I he prices of the rings will he So for
the lightweight rings, S7 lor the medium
weight rings and $H on' the heavy weight
Sophomores—High honors: Elizabeth
C'orr, Beatrice (('Council, M a n Rei-tn r. I
JUNIOR
TRYOUTS
Honors: Florence Borst, Ilortense Brady. | NAME
_ _ _ ^ „ _ .
Doris C. Butler, Janet Lary, Louise
Cronk, Catherine
Delaney, (iertrude
FOR PEDAGOGUE
BOARD
Dershimer, kstlicr Eckstein, Helen k i ner, Marguerite h'airfield, Winifred l a
Juniors trying out for the l n 30 Petlasoldt. Jean (iillespy, Carolyn Kelley. | g o g m . 1,,,.,,-.! are the following: Gladys
Irma Long, Charles Lvnns, Aunabelii Bate-, Marion Botto, Loiuse Dubee,
McConnell, Mary Mclneinev, H a m Me
Alice Be noil, Marie Havko, Katherine
Mahon, Mary C. Moore, C. LilL V I
Helen Otis, Sylvia Rose. Cecelia Sha- (iraham, Mildred oulaut, Margaret Burpiro, Gertrude Shill, Ruth Steele, h'lora nap, Gertrude llershberg, Manila Smith,
Welden, (ieucvicve Win-low.
Betty Harris, Ethel Grtmdhofer, I-'red
Freshmen—High honors: Margarita Crumb, Hetty Diamond, Hazel Gootlell,
Galusha, Margaret Henry, Marv Esther
Mead. Honors: Mary Alexander. Wal Anne Moore, Helen Davison, Beatrice
ter Anderson, Kathryu Belknap, l)on>th\ McCartv, Katherine llainsworth, (iertBase. Alice Connelly, Sarah La-..bit. rude Cox, Idella La.man and Mildred
Evelvn Eortmiller, Margaret Lortniiller,
Mary Fortune, Magdelena Lrenrh, Anna
Goldman, Prances Keller, Helen Mead
EXTENDS SYMPATHY
Catherine Riegel, Margarethe Scluoeder,
M a o Wicks.
GIRLS SERVE DINNERS
TO FACULTY MEMBERS
Fencing club
Ruth Brczee,
lesson from
left, president
Sororilij
Phoiu* 6-1837
. 111 til
din/
11 on
'jifiii
/''/'tt/c/'iiif//
IOO S T A T E
HANK
STKEET
\ l . l ! \ N V, \ .
llonsrs
KJ«J M i u t i s o i i
Aviiikui!
Coatis
Smart
Hats - I )resses
le.aiey
Vox
ILk-ji,
•\liee- loeili-ii. li, ami U i n i , i , l , , . | Ki.l
»i,|,l|..iiif,re,, MM vv Dean Anna V. I'iro
\h
Kallli-iiin- K WJH'l'liliii, s,;|.ei viv.r u! |a
('«-*»;'IVII'.K"!n" I-;.,«)iLir,"fi'iMl l i V l i a o a . . ; . ' r\" I r.l,',
lu-a.l ..f die |.h)>ii, cli-|ia 1 tintiil
I'riilay fvi-nlii»». Maii.n llieks, '.In. i „ , |
Poulini- Sel.a,i, '31, seive I'lesi.trnt A l(
[triiliai l i . . . Mi,. Ii111h11.l1.-1, Minn |.'!.,,,n, ,• \.
(jirls and Misses
C iym I uys - I losici s
monl, 'anil M'i.,, \Vi!i."lHl'r""la!l'i<".'"""" * ' M " " '
A N N O U N C K S PLKliGIOS
Aljiha
Kp,doii I'lii aiuioiinee:, as
pledges Marian
Weinhe.a;, '.il. tmd
Mildred Smith, 'i>.
,2';
hi
Ccu*. Ontario Street
Il
SAVI\i;S
I9B Central Avt'iuic ...I \{o\A\\
Albany, N, Y.
Steefel Brothers, Inc.
V,
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MARCH J 5, 1929
ASSOCIATES LAUD
OLDEST PROFESSOR
First Man To Get Position
faculty
Leonard
(ireel<
an
unusual
Woods
and
tribute
departments,
w e e k s a.mi f r o m
faculty.
to
Dr.
R i c h a r d s o n , h e a d of
Latin
tired a lew
the
Sport Captains Barred From
Competition, Miss Waters
Announces
m e m b e r s of S l a t e C o l l e g e last
paid
the
who
re-
his post
Dr. Richardson
on
h a d been a
m e m b e r of t h e c o l l e g e I a c u i t y since 1895,
b e i n g d e a n of
ice
for
t h e staff
several
years
in point of
before
his
servretire-
ment.
The
following
faculty
committee
letter
of
signed
three
by
a
vv.i^ seiil
to
m o v i n g d e a d m a n ' s float, still b a c h
float,
novelty contest and balloon contest.
The
a d v a n c e d s w i m m e r s m a y p a r t i c i p a t e in
S Marrli t'l.'t.
form-surface diving, novelty race, dash,
11. ,1 ll,„t,.i ki.h;i.iN..n.
f o r m b r e a s t s t r o k e , f o r m side s t r o k e ,
\i ill, mi i 111.u ,.f ih. i-min- fin-iiln hrl.l
G. LA UEKJTS CJTKH
II,
Vl,,ii,|.-,v. \l.neli !'•,mill. I'li-siili-nl I'.ni
form crawl or trudgeou, straight dive
G . L a V e r n e C a r r is t h e first .-*,,
, ,..
,
,r m a n t o c o n t r a c t f o r a t e a c h i n g
" n " a™} l " ^ s a v m g r a c t
F
i
rst Lessons Conducted
i s i l i o i i n e x t y e a r , l i e will t e a c h
T h e first of t e n l e s s o n s in a s e u i o l
n i i m e i - r c a n d ' r o a c h at R e d H o o k .
11! in Hl i f e - s a v i n g c o u r s e w a s g i v e n hv
Mi
'•',.
. j , -(• ' ,, v
UK-. .. I, l uesita v
ulli'dl «'.•
W a t e r s and lreu
night.
All t h o s e t a k i n g t h, e c. o u r .s e m u s t
nil.
,,
, . , ,
• , ,
7
• ,i
.
al end at least eight out oi t h e leu m e e t l k . i l . I . - t l m u i i l l tll.'ll I
..
,
i
,- ,i
i
nl ill.n si-rviv lis !
nigs.
At t h e end ol t h e c o u r s e , L o u i s e
...
, .„, ...
,.- ,
, .,II- i
i„„
II I- In, ||„ j
I r a s k . .ill. M i s s \ \ tilers a n d M i s s M i c k s .
,
.. ,
,, , . . .
,-,L i f e in hell a n d t h w a r t e d
a m b i t i o n w h o a r e all A m e n c a n
Red I ross h i e
;,,,„,
,,
,
will he t h e t h e m e - for t w o o l i e - a e t p l a y s s a v i n g e x a m i n e r s , will c o n d u c t a w n t t c n
i.l ,-l.v.llr.L
Hail'
.
....
... ,,
,
, ,
to he p r e s e n t e d T u e s d a y night at 8 : 1 5 test.
,.11 ill .. ill 111..,-Ill,
I h e s e p a p e r s will t h e n he sent to
.. •
, ,, ,' , .
vv i • .
.- .
v u l x a r ; v m i vii
n'cluck
in t h e a u d i t o r i u m of
I law-ley N a i i o n a
R e d t r u s s a W a s h i n g t o n for
limn, ,1 li„il,-sl:u
, ,
,
,
i
,7
a p p r o v a l hv he ua iniitil c o m m i t t e e .
Iw,
mill fur
"ii
'.',.,
;
,
, .,
i-ih o s e w h o h a v e en e r e d he h e - a \
K l e a i w r W e l c h , '_"J, will d i r e c t
the c l a - s a r e : Kmilv C z u r l e s , '2'); K a t h e r i n e
Watkius, Mildred Appleton and
Man
d r a m a of t h w a r ' e d a m b i t i o n , In w h i c h a
Hart, juniors; Margaret
fussier,
'.il :
m o t h e r - a c r i l i c u l liel' lifelong a m b i t i o n M a r j o r i e W i l s o n , A n n a G o l d m a n , a n d
, „ , • ..II. K
i - i . l , l l u - .-In
M
a
r
t
h
a
(
a
m
i
c
e
,
f
r
e
s
h
m
e
n
.
for
o
n
e
of
h
e
r
d
a
u
g
h
t
e
r
s
.
l h . i n k v.i'.l I " ! l l u fllilll i n
l i i . l i i n . , ! . , - i i . .,11 | . i i | . i K •
Hazel
C o i i d e l l . '_»;, u , l |
,,|av
the
. A c c o r d i n g to t h e n e w m e t h o d of • ..II
m o t h e r . W'illieliniiia S e h e s t a , M l , a n d d u e l i n g
gymnasium,
M i s - J.
Isabelle
ili.
V.V.- h.i|.i- th.
h'.leanor Stephen.suii, '.ill. will p l a v t h e J o h n s t o n , i n s t r u c t o r in p h y s i c a l e d u c a
i h , l , - . | . i,
daught
lion, will g i v e c r e d i t for s w i m m i n g w h i c h
„l , . i i | . i U .
..Ik
The s e c o n d p l a v . a s a t i r i c a l d r a m a of will c o u n t t o w a r d t h e final m a r k .
Il„- I'.-uiillv ..l S l a
life in hell will he d i r e c t e d hv G e r t r u d
i\, i l l , I- C i l l i l l l i l l c i
I.. H a l l . '."I.
The c h a r a c t e r s a r e a poe
l . i l m M S;ivl<.
A n n a !•'.. I'i.-iv,
his w i f e , a n d a navy ollicer. T h o s e lal,
II.,...til \ \ . I k
iug p a r ; a r e D n a n e Maker. '.U
I I Will
Ihe p o e t , l i r a c c M a r k , '_"), h
wife,
ami
Ra.vin
I C o l l i n s , '.il, the
navy
ollicer.
Hull) p l a y - a n - part of the p r o
gi a m of tin- a d v a n c e d d r a m a t i c s c l a - s .
Dr.
Richardson:
HELL AND SACRIFICE
WILL BE PLAY THEME
Visit The Neiu
cApollon
Tea Room
DR. HASTINGS' TALK
CHANGED TO MARCH 24
| |„- , | , , i , . , , | i h e lei l u r e In D r . I l a r r v
\\
I l a - l i n g s , c h a i r m a n of i h e l-'.nglish
.It |,.ii :MI. ill. at t h e I l a r m a u u s
Itleecker
Mii.il v, 1 i.i- been c h a n g e d f r o m S a t u r d a v .
\l i n !: .!. I.. S u m l a v . M a r c h 24.
I ir. I l a n i l d \ \ . 'I hi.Mip-.iii. p r o f e s s o r
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will
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I e n l i r i s , i l i e l i t ittns, S I I K c n l s
plant
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of lish n a t i v e to N e w Y o r k s t a t e b e i n g
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THIRTY GIRLS ENROLL MEN'S INTERCLASS
FOR DANCING COURSE TOURNAMENT FINALS
A p p r o x i m a t e l y 30 w o m e n s t u d e n t s a r e
WILL BE TUESDAY
t a k i n g t h e c o u r s e in a t h l e t i c d a n c i n g
o f f e r e d by M i s s J . I s a b e l l e J o h n s o n , i n T h e final g a m e of i h e m e n ' s i n t e r c l a s s
s t r u c t o r in p h y s i c a l e d u c a t i o n ,
Friday basketball
tournament
will be
played
m o r n i n g s in t h e g y m n a s i u m of H a w l e y
T u e s d a y at 4 o ' c l o c k in t h e g y m n a s i u m ,
Hall.
" N e w s b o y C l o g " , t h e " I r i s h C l o g " a n d T h e first g a m e p l a y e d T u e s d a y b e t w e e n
t h e " C a p t a i n J i u k o " a r e included a m o n g the freshmen a n d the s o p h o m o r e s , w a s
T h e s e c o n d s w i m m i n g m e e t of t h e se.'i- t h e d a n c e s s t u d i e d in t h e c l a s s .
won by t h e f r e s h m e n , 5 1 - 1 5 .
According
(iii will be c o n d u c t e d T u e s d a y
night,
F l o r e n c e M . ( i o r m l e y , '2 l J, is t h e p i a n i s t
to i n t e r c l a s s r i v a l r y r u l e s , t h e f r e s h m a n
''.sthcr W a t e r s , '.it), s w i m m i n g c a p t a i n , f o r t h e c l a s s . T h o s e w h o a r e t a k,,,.
i n Ng t,,,h ve
inioimced today.
N e g o t i a t i o n s a r e b e i n g c o u r s e i n c l u d e : A l i c e B i n g h a m , E v e l y n c l a s s is a w a r d e d .3 point a s a r e s u l t of
m a d e t o use t h e J e w i s h
C o m m u n i t J C r a v e s , C a r o l i n e S c h l e i c h , s e n i o r s ; F.the tlii.'-: v i c t o r y .
c e n t e r pool f o r t h e m e e t , but if t h i s ( i r u n d h o f e r , G e r t r u d e I l e r s h h e r g , K a t l i Kolodny and Goodrich were the stars
c a n n o t he o b t a i n e d , t h e m e e t will be c o n - e r i n e W a t k i u s a n d G l a d y s H u n g e r f o r d ,
d u c t e d at l i a t h ,i at C e n t r a l a v e n u e a n d j u n i o r s a n d E s t h e r E c k s t e i n . R u t h C o n - for t h e f r e s h m a n t e a m , s c o r i n g 14 a n d
Myers made 5 points
( h i t a n ' o street.
g e r , A u d r e y O ' R a i d y a n d R u t h C o h e n , II p o i n t s e a c h .
T o increase the competition
a m o n g . s o p h o m o r e s ; R u t h 1 slier w o o d a n d I s a b e l for t h e s o p h o m o r e s .
T h e w i n n e r of t h e
other s w i m m e r s , the sports captains and l'eard, freshmen.
g a m e played yesterday between the j u n a s s i s t a n t s in s w i m m i n g will n o t he a l i o r s a n d s e n i o r s will p l a y t h e
freshl o w e d to p a r t i c i p a t e , M i s s W a t e r s s a i d .
m e n T u e s d a y for t h e s c h o o l c h a m p i o n T h e e v e n t s for t h e b e g i n n e r s will h e :
Faculty Resolves To Commend
Unusual Service Record
Of Dr. Richardson
week
SECOND SWIM MEET
WILL BE TUESDAY
A. G. BLICHFELDT, P h G .
(llu t-jJ r tr vJB ritggiat
PRESCRIPTIONS
A
SPECIALTY
Y.
373 Madison Ave., Cor. Dove
Albany, N Y ,
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS MARCH 15, 1929
6
PRESS CONVENTION
COORDINATES WORK
ALUMNI AND STUDENT WHO SPEAK AT SUPPER [NINETEEN STUDENTS HARTMANN ANNOUNCES
COMMITTEE HELPERS
BECOME MEMBERS
Shirley Hartmann, '29, president of
OF CLASSICAL CLUB
Gamina Kappa Phi sorority, announces
Nineteen new members were initiated
at the annual Classical club dinner in
Ihe college cafeteria last Wednesday.
Those initiated w e r e : Winifred Van
Salisbury, and Margaret Blann, juniors;
Virginia Pratesi, Sylvia La Monica,
Brooks Jones, Y'erna Giles, Cecelia Shapiro, Ruth Ahramsky, Catherine Norris,
Alice Splain, Mary Riess, Ann Metzler,
Winifred Apel, M. Frances Conlon and
Elizabeth Moriarity, sophomores. WealIha Godfrey and Julia Fisfer were the
two freshmen initiated,
Membership in Classical club is open
lo till students who have passed al least
one semester of either Latin I or Greek
I. according to Ethel ('ashman, '2(), first
consul of the club.
The committee in charge of the dinner
were: entertainment, Elsie Hutchinson,
'29, Margaret Witdsworth, '30 and Evelyn
McNickle, '29.
Decorations,
Louise
Mathewsoii and Florence kickard, '2');
and Alma (ierken, Ml. Vera Wolcolt,
'.ill, had charge " i initiation.
Teacher Training Institutions
Confer Chairmanship Upon
State College
Steps toward greater coordination and
cooperation in scholastic press activities
in teacher training institutions were
taken at a conference of normal school
and teachers college delegates in New
York City last week-end.
The delegates, meeting at the fifth annual convention of the Columbia Scholastic Press association, voted to make
their section of the association more nationwide in scope.
William M. French, '29, editor in chief
of the STATE COLLEGE N E W S and one of
the five Slate College delegates to the
convention, was named chairman of the
teacher training publications division for
a year, l i e was instructed !o conduct
a series of discussions by mail with editors of oilier normal school and teacher
training
institutions
throughout
the
whole United States, with the aim in i
view of getting more such institutions to
participate in the national meetings.
Seek Special P r o g r a m
Another movement which the division
hopes to make is the providing of special
programs for teacher training sections
next year. Though one such round table
meeting and a dinner were conducted for
normal school and teachers college delegates this year, the editors and staff
members felt that further steps could be
taken to make the meetings of greater
worth to teacher training institutions.
Edwin R. Van Kleeck, '27, upper I •11, and Richard V Jensen, '2ri. 1 iwcr
French is the first student editor to be
left, will speak on the value of the college's training from the alt li
chairman of the teacher training group
point of view; Florence M. (iorinh y, '2'). upper right, will speak as a
of publications, lie succeeds Miss Elizastudent, and Harold I'. French, '2-1, li iwer right, will preside al the i asti i n
beth Rosengarten, faculty member of the
district meeting of the alumni associ iiinn tomorrow at 5 o'clock.
Philadelphia Normal School and adviser
to the "Norm", student publication there.
Edwin R, Van Kleeck, '27, former editor
in cliief of the STATE COIXKCK N E W S was
once a member of the executive committee. Miss Rosengarten will continue
as a member of the committee, and other
members will be named from the delegates at the meetings.
ihe adoption a .
by the National Sc
Itcsides the NHWS
le.oloi iruining cla
"Ktlsl Central Join
Tea. hers
I'ollegc,
"Campus Uellrctor,'
S h i p p e l l s l i l u K , I'll.
"Stale College A/tei
Diego,
"(.'allege Chronicle.'
St. flood, M
"Wesle
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III.
HELPERS NAMED FOR
"UNCHASTENEDWOMAN"
Committees for the production of "The
L'nchastened Woman" by the advanced
dramatics class were announced by Mi,.
Agues E. Futtercr, instructor in English
and director of dramatic., today. The)
ire:
selling, Mildred Peterson, '2'),
chairman, Marion Eos, '2'); Mai van i
Co.sgro, '20; properties, Florence (ionu
let-, 'J«, chairuiau, and Pauline ( You h \.
'2<>. advertising, Ihlluia A/./arilo, 'Jo,
chairinaii, lleitriette l''raneois, '») • |,, ,
jihiiie Milazzo, '.'0.
Make-up ami costumes, (iertrude L,
Mall, '2'). chairman and Marion Sloan,
'-">; hniise, Flea
• Welch. 'JO. chair
man, and (iracc Mark. '2').
MUSIC CLUB TO HEAR
VIOLIN QUARTET PLAY
A violin quartet will furnish the pro
grant at a meeting of the Music club in
the atidtorium, Wednesday afternoon at
I o'clock.
Tlio.se in the tpiartct a r e :
Frieda Schadrinskv, '.?!); Louis Wolner.
'.id: Catherine Crowder, '.ill: Atlolphe
Scholl, \W. Esther Waters, 'dll, will ac
company the quartet on the piano.
The program will prohablj include:
'Toupee \ alsitnte" bv I'oltliui : "Hour
ree" In I lanrle! ; and' "h'amoils Waltz"
b.\ llrahms.
HERNEY IS IN CHARGE
OF TROUBADOUR SHOW
PROCTOR'S
Grant
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
Joseph Herney, '29, was elected di- i
rector of the T r o u b a d o u r show Wed
ucsday night, and Keginahl Stanhope
AND
'2'),
with elected assistant
director
THUR.,
FRI., SAT.
MAR.
I4-Ia-I6
I lie niinslr: i:; u ill l:e preseutt d I n
"< i>/.«,i« nmi K.-II,;,
in .-lilunll,
( ,/,/'
dav night, April 20, in the auditiiritm
surge Sidney, era Cordon, Knie Pr ce
of Hitwley Hall,
Photophone
MON. TUES. WED.
A list of candidates for the parts in !
the production was drawn up at t h e l
,MAR. ia-m-so
Negotiations ore being carried mi I,, nieeliiig. Tryottls will lie next week.
•MI-LOU*
ill- I.OVI- •• w l i h M l l d e r d
l i n r i s . W a l t e r / ' dgeon - / h o t u p h o n e
obtain reduced rales fur sttideul.s who
DIRECTION
STANLEY
COMPANY
OF
AMERICA
desire In attend I.• <nis L'ulermeyer's laMARK
|—\
in re "ii " T h e New Era in American I
MAPK " " 7
l'"cti \ " in ihe Jew : h ( oimnunil) I en J
ler mi April 7. Emaiuiel I .'reeii, '.III, is I
WEEK OF MAR. 18
in charge .if uegnlialioits. Regular pi ices
WEEK OF MAR. 18
are S1.50.
Most Lovable Star
COLLEGE EVALUATION STUDENTS MAY OBTAIN
TO FEATURE PROGRAM LOW
j
RATE A1 LECTURE
OF ALUMNI TOMORROW]
Contributions ol Stale College to its
graduates will be evaluated tomorrow
Separate H e a d q u a r t e r s W a n t e d
Tin- .eeii.,,, I.,, ,,..•„ IO-I iiaimm: in-iiii nx | night at the .slipper of the Eastern Dis
hopes to divorce itself more from the uthci
two sections of the press convention, namely tricl alumni association in the cafeteria
the junior high school and the senior hiKfi of Husied Hall at S o'clock.
school divisions. The student editors Ml the
conference felt that such a move would add to Harold P French, '24, principal ol the
the value of the higher uronp, and would not Mcnauds school and president of the
interfere with the hitherto cordial relations
among the groups,
association, has asked alumni and an
.M..re sectional meetings designed especially undergraduate to talk upon the topic
for colleges of their class, and separate hotel
headcpiaiters will he- asked by ike executive "What Slate College gave me that is of
committee, if other teacher tiaiuMig instiluagree
value, and what il failed lo give me
papers competing,
qml " n ^ x l u b ^ ^
X\h!U"oL^
the following committees for Intcrsornrity ball lo be conducted May i in
the Hotel Ten l u c k : favors, Beatrice
XlcCarty. '.30; arrangements, Esther tie
Metis, MO; music, Helen Davison, Mil;
decorations, Elsie Dutcher, M l ; invitations, Emily Leek, Ml; refreshmenis,
Inna Howe, MO; taxis and flowers,
Marie Hnvko, MO; programs, Dormlij
Thomas, MO.
The speakers will be Edwin k. \ ! ' l l |
Kleeck, '27, superintendent of schools at
Walden; Richard A. Jensen. '28, prim i
pal of the Schenevus school, and blot
il'lence M. (iortuley, '2<).
"';
I'resideni A, R. Hrubachcr will be a
I roll
le 'guest al the supper, and will probabl) I
M. i.
speak. Miss Anna E. Pierce, dean ol !
Teachers Colleg
women, will speak on the alumni resi !
,si,,ie College, Si. tlcncc hall fund.
A tour oi the neu buildings tiusv uu .
Teaehen Colleg.
dor cotistrucl ion will be made by inter |
Teacheis College esleil alumni al -I o'clock.
Professor ,
j
Northern lllino Ca.rge M. York, head of the conuueice
(leparlineiit, will conduit il.
S
"Dependable
LANGUAGE STUDENTS
TAKE TEST TOMORROW
Flowers"
IV Teleyrii],li Flow?,-* I„ all
Of i,h, II \,rl,l
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P h o n e -I-.1775
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WEEK
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FRANK 11
EVORY & CO.
General Prin ters
"LucKy Boy"
OPERATING ALBANY AND
THEATRES IN ALBANY
('. II. 111'CKLEY,
( lotnplimcnts
in
Synchronized with
Sound and Music
FLOWER SHOP
STEUBEN STREET
Corner James
George Jeesel
Wilddrcbicls"
ALSO
Right And Wrong Distinctions Blurred, Girls Are Told;
Plan To Form Students' Evangelical League Chapter
ilig the formation ol a Mate l olley
chapier of the league.
The league docs not aim to replace an;
existing organization, nor to create addi
lional machinery in a field already over
full, Mr. Wooley said. "Its function 1
to link up those students who stand fori
Ural credit examination-, 111 h u n l i .
Ihe great evangelical 11 uths, into ,1 single ! .S|i,uiish and (jeruiau will he c lucted
body, and create, strengthen and spread | liiinorrow al IU o'clock in Ihe college
abroad a continent wide lestimon;, lo the buildings, Uoonin will be assigned
truth of the word ul Cod and to the
li) students ft'
the French dc
power of Christ in the individual life oi parlinent, six students front the Spanish
the student," he declar
department and three (ruin tin- l.erinaii
("haplers of the league ahead) func- department will take the examination,
tioning include, among others, groups in
Everyone who expects to teach one ol
Harvard, Princeton and Duelaicll uni- these subjects is required by Ncvs York
versities, Obcrliu College, University of state to pass the examination, according
J-Vnnsylvania, Muskingum I ollege, Dili* tn Professor Charlotte Loch, head ui the
versiiy of California, and Union Col- French department.
Here at Last
The Talking and Singing
Hit!
Greta G a r b o
The NEWS has sent for
"Distinctions between riglu and wrong lege, Schenectady. The league is inter
are becoming dangeroUsF blurred in the j denominational and open t<> I1..1I1 men and
• women students. Students interested in
minds ol mo man) s i u d c t s ,„ ,„„• u d | | R , f
. ((i
( ( | u | i | i r m S u u , , ,,,
leges today," Paul Woole), general sec I h%i. i | r i . . | n . l u . S u l | j | y ,1MI| M ,,,.,-,,•,i
relar> of the League ol \- \ angelical | I .onion, seniors; IA elui Kheclc). WTIllt.i
Students, told a «I'IHI|
group ol Male I ollege | Kobilisou, Vera Wolcolt, and Shirk-)
sludeiiis Muiulaj night at a meeting ii \\ noil, juniors ; Ivdii.i Moise, .il . 1 hai
Draper Hall lor the purpose • J 1 d i a i i s , lollc Adams and Dole, Dunning, Ircdi
R I T Z.
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ARE
BKTJER
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TioKe C-jibc6)sil' T a l H ^ '
Another 100 Per Cent, Talking Picture
The Last Word in Talkies
A Hysterical Laughing Mystery You'll
Never Forget
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