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ALUMNI EXERCISES
WILL OPEN THEATRE
STUDENTS TO NAME
CANDIDATES FRIDAY
Dr. Slawson, Head Of School
At Johnston, Pa., Speaks
Here June 15
Will
F i r s t use o f I h i ' n e w t h e a t r e o f l ' a g c
Hall
will
1'iesidenl
uirk
I..- o n A l u m n i
N o m i n a t i o n s f o r officers o f t h e student
association w i l l be made in the student
assembly next week, a c c o r d i n g t o E v e l y n
Graves, '29, president o f t h e student association.
d a \ , J tint- 15,
A. K. l i r u b a c h e r
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Dedicatory exer, I M - w i l i lake place
t h a t d a y . w i t h I >r. S a m u e l J . S l a w s o n .
'91,
supcrinlrndciil
o i M ' I I ols ;ii
J o h n s l u w i i , I'a . as t l i i ' spt a k e r f o r t h i '
college alnniiii.
Tin's i i i i i n i t i i i i c i n i n i mal-.es v o i d t l i e
i c c e n l a n n o u i n i i m - n l l l i a t l lit- l i r s i use
ol t h e now i l i c i l i c w u i i l i l b i ' at t h e
liri'sciilation of a minstrel show b \
llu- T r o u b a d o u r s . I ' l - i ' s i d i ' i i l l i r u b a . her
e x p l a i n e d t h a i scats w i l l tint he i n
s t a l i i ' d i n t i i n i ' t o p e r m i t l>it- list' o l
tin.' a u d i t o r i u m b y t h e T r o t i h a d o u r s .
I )r. B r u b a c h c r d u e s n o l e x p e e l t o I
n e w t i n at re a m l i l o i i u n i i
l o r use b e f o r e M a y 2d. I f t h i s is so, ' l i n e M o v i n g I j . d a \ e x e r c i s e s w i l l he e o n M i s s
I i n the present a u d i t o r i u m i n .
rw/
New
seats
will
be i n s t a l l e d
in
Officers t o he n o m i n a t e d i n c l u d e a
president to succeed Miss G r a v e s ; a vice
president t o succeed Grace M . B r a d y ,
'30; a secretary to succeed C a t h e r i n e R.
N'orris, '31 ; cheer leaders, song leaders
and a f a c u l t y member o f ihe student
hoard o f finance.
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ESPB'tM'
iflj
WILL BEGIN TODAY
I wo assemblies today.
T h e first
-ii u ol student association offi
cigarettes
Agues
All
K. L u i t e r e r ' s
members
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FOR MORE WORKERS ';!l;- = ; " " i l / s , zX
class
m adianeeii
t i n - east
have
previous e x p e r i e n c e m d r a m a w o r k
assent
All
members
LREFK EDITION OF LION
10 APPEAR NEXT WEEK
:
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o f ihe east
know
The S t a l e (.'ollege
Lion
w i l l m a k e its
hail
here
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a c c o r d i n g to Robert J . S h i l l i n g l a v v , '29,
e d i t o r - i n - c h i e f o f the p u b l i c a t i o n .
V a l u a b l e M e m b e r s W i l l G e t ; '''"•' edition this time will he a house
lines, a c c o r d i n g l o B e l t i n a A / A I I I I , , , '29,
Silver Insignia Board
I ! lal ! CL ' i u i m b e r i l l c l u c | ' " 8 l/r«-'<* Jokes, c C
ad\ ei'tising
manager.
I legiale c a r l o o n s and typical honse dance
A
Announces
Some o f Ihe c o n t r i b u t o r s
d a U , |t.U(,rs,
,
.
'
,
.
I include:
Margaret
I . Steele, M i l d r e d
A w a r d o l nol more than live keys f o r { M.-.wks. D o r o t h y i . e f f e r l and lames J .
r e l i c - T u u b t t r ) ; " W a l l a c e I I . S t r e v e l l , d i s t i n g u i s h e d service by senior members f a s s i f l v . j u n i o r s ; I.vie P a r k e r , ' 2 9 ; A l "Hubert
Kiiolljs;"
Michael
T e p c d i n o , ol Ihe staff , , l the .vru-K t ,,ri.i:,;i, M e w s ; „ , , | Hasea, 7,1, and C a r l T a r b o x , '32.
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'29,
"Michael
Krellin;"
( i e r i r u d e I . . w i l l l a k e place when ihe members o l die
new
N i , w s hoard
l',,r nexl vear . „ - ,
I he L i o n b o a r d w i l l meet t o elect ihe
Hall,
'2'-'. " I T u i l )
Madden;"
M a r i o n named, .he p i e s , , , .
\ ' , , w s board an ' ' - ^ ' n i t n e board next year a f t e r t h e a p I pearance o l i h e e d i t i o n ,
I h e incoming
I'abner, ' 2 T " M r s , M u i i b . i ; " I l e n r i e l l e II,,,,,,,•,. 1,,,1-nhoard w i l l edii Ihe last edition o f ihe
magazine, S b i l l i n g l a w announced today.
Miss
seinhl) w i l l be c o m p u l s o r y f o r j u n i o r s
and f r e s h m e n .
The
historv
and presenl
financial
. t a l u s o i the residence ball f u n d w i l l
Sloan
Knollys;"
-.ill
Horace
portray
"Carolyn
I i . Myers, ' . i l , " L a w
sembl) I.KI.IN by Ihe residence ball build
ug c o m m i t t e e . T h e c o m m i t l e e includes :
I )r. hlr.isius t o r n i n g , c h a i r m a n , a trustee
.1 Ihe c o l l e g e ; J o h n T . D. I l l a e k h u r i i .
chairin;
I the eilv i h ive f o r llic resi
deuce b a l l f u n d in i ' C 5 . and ibe presenl
presidenl o f Ihe A l b a n y
Chamber o l
C o m m e r c e ; l u d g e N e w t o n V a n Derzee ;
C I , i , M . .s.nlcs, p r o f e s s o r o l e d u c a l i o t i ;
HelM D,a
I and M i a h e d A p p l e
Dean \ n u a I- I ' i c i e e ; Miss Mabel T a l l
in.idge, secrelaiw, and I ' r .
Ii lit A . Ii. | : ' " . •
-• " ' • " ' e l e c t e d b a s e b a l l CA\,
liru'.acbei
l a i n a n d a s s i s i a n i , a p l a i n i , pei i i \ el)
H e l l ) I' Hon, '2'), w i l l speak o n w b a !
,1 a r e . e i i l n i , - , l i n o o i i b , - t o r l . s ' A l b
l e l i i c o u n c i l I i is, h i l l pi a, l i e , - , i r e be
Ihe s l i ' d e n l ' s poi
I view.
Dr. Urn
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S'TJ^"U,CHORUS WILL SING
MUSIC BY STUDENT
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u l l a i n e d hoard positions Inn
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AT CONCERT MAY 10
MISS DIAMOND NAMED I ^ ^ "'^
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f l a r e , " by M r s . A . M c C a r t h y ,
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which ihe w , m i e n s chorus w i l l sing a l
l l l i / e d t h e III s| , , , , , i , , | \ | n ,
MJ.,
Ihe concert
M a y 1(1. T h e music was
I )jai
id - a i d
composed l o r a c u t e s t conducted by D r .
ITorcnrc
l.awles,
and Kalh.-iiuc
I
Frederick I I . t'andlyn, instructor i n
ii'iisie, in his c u r s e in Music 3. M i s s
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W'oolcock w i l l a c i o i n p a i i ) the chorus i n
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ibis number. I i is tIn- l i r s l tune a s t u w i l l e n d w i l l , a l l . o k luce! o n
u|.ieh
dent w r i t t e n c o m p o s i t i o n has been sung
-s.Hurda)
M,n I I
h) the chorus in i b e concert.
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and " I
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, |.,ss n i n i i e i a I-, . o l d i n . H o , l e l l . - i
-nag i n L a t i n al ihe h u m a n
concert,
w i l l also be included i n d,e p r o g r a m .
I h e aecompaniiueiu o f " A Sung o f
^ i c i o n " w i l l he a duel l o M a r i o n t ' o n k liu, '2n, a n d E l i z a b e t h , l a e k „ , n , \U.
bacber w i l l n i l w h . u ihe i l o r i n i t o r v w i l l
inc.
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ami Judge \ an D e r / e e w i l l lalk on whal
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Assembly Speaker
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d.-s.iihe Ihe p l a n , l o , ihe b u d d i n g
M l lui-mbers
, , i Myskania
have
pledeed nioii.A l o ibe residence hall Hind.
a r e . n d m g I , Miss I ., Ilmadge
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h.-i - I l ami announced her p l a l l o r n i c
ivrmng
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Y/m Smoke Cigarette In Drama Tonight;
Cast Members Have Had Previous Experience Herel-^vie
111 1 1
bl\ w i l l be c o i u p u l s o r ) f o r seniors, while
sopl
lores ,,re i n v i t e d I " a t t e n d , accord
Hie to K v c l y n Graves, '_"', president o l
Mouseless College Is Her Plank;
Henrietle Calls Rodents "Awful"
" i ti.iimi'ti
jeers, f o l l o w i n g the e l i m i n a t i o n o f w e a k e r
i n t h e hands o f a F r a n c o i s , 29, " M i s s Susan A m b i e ; " D o
' " ' " ' c a n d i d a t e s in t h e first b a l l o t i n g . N o r e ,.
;
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" • ' • I votes a r e ever cone
the S l a t e C o l l e g e stage when M a r i o n ) .
' ^ ' I ' l ' ' ' . ) ' " i l l be presented a l t h e A l - I „ f M v s k a n i a .
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S l o a n as a w o m a n o l a l l : i l i s plays tlic H i 5 o'clock
lead
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"L'nchastened i
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p r o x i m a t e l y 4.ill seals
A l t e r t i n in w a u d i t o r i u m is i
l o r o c c u p a n i v , t h e p r e s e n t a u d i t o r i u m Commit'ee T o Sketch History
w i l l be a b a n d o n e d
for all practical
And Financial Status
use
| | r a n n o t be c . i n v e r t e d i n t o a
Of Residence Hall
l i l i r a r v , as w a s o r i g i n a l l y p l a n n e d , u n
lil fluids are made a v a i l a b l e by t h e
D r . H a m X . H o l m e s , of the w o r l d
slate legislature. T h e legislative e m u
iauce
f o r international
friendship
mitlees leeently struck f r
t h e ex
eculive budget ail a p p r o p r i a t i o n p r o i il
g h ihe churches, and Dean A n n a
vision to cover this i t e m .
I-!. Pierce, w i l l be t h e speakers al the
W h e n Ihe f r e s h m a n class debate team
w o n a unanimous decision I n m i t h e sop
Immure team in the a u d i t o r i u m h r i d a )
ii won live points i n t h e interclass r i v a l r y
eoniesi ami is now leading t h e sopho
more class. H 3.
T h e freshiuaii leant, w h i c h upheld the
negative side o f the ipiestion, presented
a w c l l - o r g a i i i z i . l c o n s t r u c t i v e b r i e f . Moth
teams were f a i r l \ c w u in ihe construe
l i v e s|ieiehes. I ii the r e h u l t a l speeches
the freshmen showed themselves belle!
prepared than i h e i r r i v a l - . W i l l , , ! , m i l , i
Schneider, ' . i l . was the b . - i a f f i r m a t i v e
speaker.
Louis M . K l e i n , '."», president . . I ihe
debate c o u n c i l , was c h a i r i n . i u .
lud.ee
fur Ihe debate were D r . D a v i d l l l l l c h
isoii, head o f Ihe g. <s e
lilt
depail
i n e i i t ; D r . H a r o l d \ \ . I'liomp
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lessor o i haiglish, and I ' m l e s s o r C l a r
Mice I I . I I i d l e * , o l t i n histoid d e p a i l
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F i r s t votes i n t h e election w i l l be t w o
weeks f r o m next F r i d a y , on A p r i l 26.
Students w i l l at that t i m e also v o t e f o r
t w o members o f M y s k a n i a . T h o s e three
e l i g i b l e j u n i o r s w h o receive t h e greatest
j number o f ballots i n the election, w i l l
M e m b e r s o f t h e cast o f " T h e I ' n c h a s t e u i ' d W o m a n , " l o he p r e s e n t e d t o n i g h t a n d t o m o r r o w n i g h t d i s c u - s t h e i r ! 1 " ' 1 " " 1 1 ' " l e m b e r s o f the new M y s k a n i a .
T h e v a r e : W a l l a c e S l r e v e l l , M a r i o n S l o a n , D o r a D a d n m n , I l e u r i e t t e l-'rancois a n d G e r t r u d e H a l l a l l s e n i o r s ' S l " C c l l l L ' I"'(-,SI,IL'1" <»f the student assoSloan' has t h e t i t l e r o l e in t h e p l a y .
iCialion Incomes a member ex officio, the
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i student association w i l l r e a l l y have the
p p o r t u n i l y to elect f o u r members o f
n TmATk,/
the h o n o r society.
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FRESHMEN LEAD, 8-3,
IN INTERCLASS RACE
V o t e For O f f i c e r s A n d
2 Myskania Members
April 2 6
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T h e ) a i e a social menace.
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dies.- play ful wrinin? I should advo
•"'>' i n v i t e d h ) the ehapiei
l o alleiui. Ireblnilt'liU;' p u b l i c i t y , A n n e t t e L e w i s ,
speak i n t h e s e c o n d a s s e m b l y t o d a y
cale a m.uiseles, c o l l e g e . "
Discussions are p l a n n e d .
I ',i„'.
on "Jutci nalioual Friendship."
TRUBADOURS CHOOSE
PLAY CAST MEMBERS
i . i * l m e m b e r s I'm i h e I r o u b a d o u r
play. " I ' u e a s )
P a y m e n t s , " have been
hoseii a n d is n o w r e h e a r s i n g l o r t h e
p i o d i i d i i m , a c c o r d i n g t o Jaun-s t ,i»
sid) , '.ill. a u t h o r a n d p r o d u c e r .
The i a s i c o n s i s t s o f B e r n a r d A u e r baeh, '29, p l a y i n g t h e p a r t u f " B e s s i e
Murray";
George
Taylor,
Mil, " J o e
M m i u y " ; I s r a e l K a p l a n , '30, " L o u i s e
Soimenher^";
h'.dward
M e r r y , \U,
"George G r e e u g l o U " ; Herman
KuerllIT, '29, " S v e n S v e l i s o u " ; J o h n K e n • i c d ) , '30 " J a c k T h o i u a s " ; J o h n F l o y d ,
29, " J o e I T t z i i n m o n s " ; J a m e s J . C a s •ddy, ' 3 0 , " T o d l l u n l e r . "
The l i r s i p a r i o f t h e p r o g r a m w i l l
consist o f a m i n s t r e l show and a n o l i o .
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, APRIL 12, 1929
State College
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Pottery, Painting, Planting, Photographing- - -All
Are Grist For Mill Of Kirtland, The Hobby Master
W.HAl%E ; iTTY DID ON FRIDAY
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PRINTED DY MILI s ART PRESS. 394-396
April 12, 1929
Albany, N. Y.
.:
Broad way—Ui.il
V, 1, XIII, No. 25
AN OPEN LETTER
To Miss Bettina Azzarito,
This newspaper feels that it can not allow your vitriolic
at}d extensive attack upon it to go unanswered. The editor
chose not to reply to you in assembly last week, following
your lengthy and somewhat emotional harrange, due to
the inappropriateness of the occasion.
No justification of its right to print the news story mi
the drama classs play is deemed necessary by the N E W S .
But this paper again takes the occasion to assure you that
it had the information on excellenl authority. True, il
did not come from Miss Fullerer. Hut could any newspaper expect to get any such statement from Miss Futterer?
The story aboul the cast's not knowing its lines was,
we still believe, true.' In a conference lasl Friday following
the publication of this pa|er, Miss Futterer personally told
the editor that the cast knew its lines—that is, all but Mr.
Tepedino, who was excused to lake part in the French fete
play. "Cast," Miss Azzarito, is a word that has a collective
meaning, if our allegedly inadequate knowledge of the English is not warped. In other words, if Mr. Tepedino did
not know his lines, then the cast could scarcely put on a
satisfactory performance. Did you, in the advanced dramatics class, ever try to present a play in which one cast
member did not know his lines? And was thai presentation
.satisfactory? It would be some stunt, wouldn't it?
While the N E W S did not have in mind the case of Mr.
Tepedino to the exclusion of all other cast members, this
one case is sufficient to answer technicalities. Other cast
members, too, said that the work was not progressing as
smoothly as it might. This was when the last issue of the
NEWS was going to press.
Why did this paper use the words "reports current in the
college c o r r i d o r s ? " Did you, Miss Azzarito, in your apparent intensive study of journalism ever read that sometimes persons give to newspapers a news item, asking that
their names be withheld? This newspaper could have assigned the statement to a particular person, hut the editor
chose not to do so. That was not an idle rumor to which
we stooped, Miss Azzarito. Nor was it gossip.
This newspaper has but one regret about the whole mess:
it is that Miss Futterer should have taken the news item
as a slight to herself. Willi Miss Futterer, as far as we
know, the relations of this paper have been extremely
cordial. We have cooperated with her works and press
agented her productions. It never occurred to [he editor
that the news story would ever reflect upon Miss h'utterer's
ability to produce plays here. She has clearly demonstrated
many times that she h a , a rare faculty tor coaching plays.
Hut even Miss Futterer would perhaps admit that occasion
ally circumstances are such that she ma) not have satis
factory rehearsals, or satisfactory response from the cast
members. It might even happen that occasionally cast mem
hers do not learn their lines with all possible celerity.
Now here comes the Coilllict: hi your llaming red poster
over the stairs Friday occurs this statement : "I he AiUauecd
Dramatics class denies this 'eorridoi gossip.' Miss Kutterei
declared 'The play is very satisfactory. The casi had
learned their lines a week before vacation'." I low dues
this agree Willi the slalcincnl made by Miss I'lltlfter to the
N'liWS that same morning to he effect that Mr. Tepedino
did not know his lines? Is .Mr. Tepedino a inembei ol the
cast? O r is it possible that he has so small a pail that
he can learn his lines in a fraction ol an hour?
We regret, Miss Azzarito, your late lamented retirement
from
the
staff
ol
the
.VIAII,
I OI.I.HU.
NKWS.
BY
REICER"
4-2287
\llei
the
stirring indictment of the lack of a transitional paragraph
ill the news story last week, u r should consider you
eligible for promotion to tin- position of Mali' technician
in the Use of the English language and m the teclmiipie ol
transitional paragraph*. We are, however, glad that tin.
paper some time ago taught you that "we have two or three
•books oil journalism in our own .ehool library."
W'e do ii,,t claim lor tin. newspaper the -.tale of pel
lection you assigned to u-, in your assembly speech. \ v « papers, Betty, are put together with Mich kpted thai n is
entirely possible that errors might creep in occasionally.
If you are a constant reader ol our editorial columns, you
may have noticed that even the < hief Justice oi the Dinted
Slates Supreme Couri made an error when he administered
the oath of office to IVcsideul Hoover. We can not claim
lor this paper a piestige above thai of the Chief Justice.
The story on the unknown hues, however, was noi a niii*lake.
While not an authority in the ci.i o i transitional paragraphs, this editor does know lliat il is a violation of
ait educational principle to bang above stairways signs
with fine reading oil them. You see, it is entirely possible
thai the readers may interfere with the use of the stair-
potter's wheel in making vases. He litis
BY BESSIE LAFEDES
given several illustrated lectures on this
Senior Associate Editor
"Versatility, thy name is,R. IT. K." subject and is scheduled to give another
Which member of the faculty has the Sunday night al the N e w Scotland
most hobbies, the most interests, the church about six miles from Albany.
most varied talents? Well, there's not Professor Kirtland is now working on
much doubt but that Professor Rich- plans for the extension of his vase-makHe is planning a Ian
mond
IT. Kirtland, the
"hobby
master, I ing,-i propensities.
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would run anvone a close rival. When kiln to be heated by a kerosene hurnei
asked for a list of his hobbies, Professor such as .are seen on the streets whei
Kirtland, affectionately known by his asphalt pavements a r e being laid.
for thirty years Professor Kirtland
students as "Kirty" or "R, II. K„"
couldn't list them in a classification from has made his own trout Hies and used
them
in many states, l i e has done deep
point of view of interest as he is equally
interested in many, so it was finally de- sea fishing as far north as Halifax, l i e
cided that his hobbies be classified has camped and tramped and climbed
many mountains. H e is an expert ride
chronologically us far as is possible.
At the present lime "R. II. K." is in- man. Several years ago he toadied a
college
rifle team. The targets are still
terested in the natural concomitant of
I spring-planting. His .otig-spurred hybrid here as relics of those days.
Many students who have loockd up
columbines are coming through beautial Professor
Kirtland'He is planning to order one
one with amazement at
1 rotessor Kirtlai
fully.
| U i , l t | r e ( | thousand glatlinla bulbs for cul- sudden bursts of song in class and \\
tivation in the fall,
blowers are one , dered al the line, resonant quality oi
..it his
i • all-round-the-year
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interests;
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in
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voice,
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do
I not know
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the winter, perforce, he is perhaps some him stretch thirty years ol singing u
what confined to the painting oi them, choirs. 'S true, none the less. , \ h , ;
Which leads to another of his ho'ibies. poetry - in this field he doesn't -ay much
l l r has a large collection of camera about hi- own work, seeming in think
portraits done in nil and has even dabbled il
caligenl value i tin.ugh personally.
n actual portraying and painting bin we think he is altogether to., mode-t ,
feels thai he has no natural belli ol but a. for other people's well, he cer
ability along this line. However, he has lainly knows Imw to judge it. Main
a complete studio equipment for camera -Indents h a w read the .student I k m
work including equipment from main ver-e which he edited.
parts of the globe. Particularly worth! I lobbie- - Who has t h e n '
al hobbvmaster
mentioning are hi.s fine lenses n
talk nhi.ul ill
Vienna.
ested.
Professor
Kirtland
works with
ways. It is also entirely possible that someone may become
so interested in your poster that he will lose his balance
.
and tumble down the stairs,
carrying along an avalanch
of humanity. In the final analysis, stairs should he reserved for passage from one Door to another. We aim at
this state of perfection. Will you kindly assist Our motive in printing the slory? Need there be a motive?
If we had summarized the respective dramatic careers oi
the cast, would we have bail to have a motive for tti.it."
(iood news stories need no motive. Il is enough that they
are true, interesting and readable. May we remind you ol
tlie editorial statement in the issue of the NKWS tor May
18, 1928:
"The N E W S prides itself that it is not the 'rah rah' type
of 'come out and support your team' publication. Il ha-'
grown from that juvenile, secondary school standard. The
NEWS considers the presentation oi news its prime object.
News must come before the press agenling oi any one
activity." Substitute "plays" for "team."
.Application of thai principle, Miss Azzarito, has caused
the NEWS mure trouble than any other thing, if tin-, paper
\lpha Kpsilon Phi sorority wel
were a "rah-rah'' organ all the time, always looking al comes into full m e m b e r s h i p Mine I'd
plays and other activities through ruse glasses, we daresay
Rapid Improvement
Follow!
lion, Lena M a r t i n a n d M a r i a n
Weill
that there would he no objection from tin.-! whose Iocs art
Efforts To Organize
now occasionally trampled as they rush into this ollicc foj berg, s o p h o m o r e s ; (Tara f t iusleiu,
Forensic A r t
llirschfeld
and
Mildred
publicity. But. would Stale College have as live a news- Uorothy
paper?
I Smith, freshmen.
T h e formal m-lal
We wish you the finest success possible in |
'•IK l l u ' latioii service and dinner were c m in c o m p e t i t i o n h a w l o l i o v . d t h e ei
hall tonight. Though
I hough in your announeeuicni
announeeuicni in assemble , , , , ,,
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' ducted at he I eii f.yrk hole Salur
f o r i - I.I -indent |o o r g a n i z e
dclutim
this morning ( l mi II make one, wont you.-') you may not
1 1
feel like referring lo the advance story on column such ''ay "'l- '
M Stale i oil-:.,, according lo l.oiu
and such of page so and so (as you often have done),
M. Klein, 'JO. president of the dcb.ih
please know that we are baikinc v n and Miss b'utlerer's
F a c u l t y M e m b e r s Initiated
mill. il.
play as far as our code of journalism will perinil u- to go.
Two new faculty members will be re
I be h i s t o n of a e l i w oarli, loan,,:
without making of the NEWS a permancnl adjunct to the | i . ( „ u . i | i | , U j | „ „ „ , ' . i m . „ , | n T , | n | 1 |,. j v
amateur dramatists. \ m i wouldn't quote I nun a newspapei | .
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which has "no right lo exist," would you? Oodles of luck, '""iiuia al a lea lo be conducted at tin
apter house Sunday afternoon, April
• rganized debate c o u n c i l w a s o r g a n
They are Miss Kninia II. Hesii
zed iw-.i y ear- ago under the ail pi. ,
tructor in Knglish, and Miss Can
A \Y< JK'T'IIW '1111.1. CAMPAIGN"
'i M y s k a n i a . F d w i n
K. V a n K l e e . k
• Lester, instruct..i in mathematics.
The NEWS heartily endorses the present campaign of
the residence hall committee to obtain from seniors pledges
il was e,,iiln,lie,I. laigyly t h r o u g h ll
Sorority I n d u c t s Member.-;
for the building ol a residence hall. While limited space
f f o i ' l s o f I 1 1 1 ! - . I , . I-!. I , n i l ' s . ' ' K I
(lamina Kappa Phi sorority web
in these columns this week does not permit a full editorial
treatment of the subject, thi- newspaper again goes o n , Marjorie l.oiigmuir. '.i-\ into' lull
dph Heaver, iiistrucli
COLLEGE BRIEFS DEBATE EXPANSION
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lb, children, and lliat they can profitably do this with
sinterc accomplishment in education i- tin- contention ol
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, APRIL 12, 1»29
SOPHOMORE MASCOT
TO BE TOTEM POLE
ANTHONY KOCZYNSKI
LEADSTBASKETEERS
Well Dressed Man Gets The Job;
Seniors Dress Well, Nelson Says
It's the well dressed man wdio
gels the job, according to Dr. M.
(.. Nelson, assistant professor of
A pressed suit, clean
Class Will Begin Hunt May 11 education.
shirt, neal tie, and shined shoes
At Midnight. Interclass
may not make the man. hut they go
a long way toward making a good
Rules Provide
("irsl impression for the m a n . he
T h e inascol ol tlip so[ihcminro class, | believe-, Men of the present senior
for which the freshmen will hunt ilur [ class are applying the slogan "it
pays lo look well," he observed.
mii the lirsl week in May, u ill be the
\ •.traightforwai'd manner, abillutein pole which was Ijoutfiit t u n
ity in i onve: ~,iiion. and an alive
years ae." by t h e present senior ciass ! appearance a r e all highly desirable
in an interview, for the impression
It is now in I he custoch ol Thomas
made during the conference with
['. Kallou, '_"), who was then presi |
liie prospective
employer
often
dent of the s o p h o m o r e s , and will h
play- .is large a pari in gelling a
position ,a> the entire pasl record
handed down to the present snpliu
of the candidate. A self confident,
mores, accordinj,' lo iradilion.
yet uol cocky, m a n n e r i- the best
T h e lolem p..It- will he exhibited n:
in w hicli lo go into an interview,
tlie platform in a s s r m b l v on Knclaj
Ma\ .i. T h e limit w ill hr.yiii on Satur
d a \ , M.i) II. at midnight I he m.-i>, o
must h. bid.leu on ihe ,uni;>ii.- or n
hiilin • pi.ice
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8 MILNITES TO SPEAK
TREASURE TROVE IS
IS TONIGHT'S COSIEST
OBJECTIVE OF G.A.A.
Right Milne High Sdiool students
SEEKERS TOMORROW will compete in the annual prize speakA treasure hunt, starting from the ing contest, tonight in the auditorium of
Ilawley Mall.
Leader Scored 98 Points Last college at 1 :M) o'clock is scheduled by
The contestants are: Fred Mall, Oliver
the Girls' Athletic association for to- York, Robert Wiley, Harriman SherSeason; Carr Is Second
Lorna Drowne, Hetty Grenrie,
morrow. The course will probably be man,
With 67 Points
Anthony Kuczyuski, '29, leads the
personal scoring card of the State
varsils basketball quintet for the third
consecutive year with ()N points score,!
ibis season. (1. I.a Verne Carr, '2V, is
runner-up with <>7 points.
Members of the squad who have
scored during the pasl season follow:
Kuczyuski
98
('nrr
67
llcrnev (Capt.)
58
, Klein
I Winston
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(t apt. elect )
39
26
I Kissam
I Allan
10
8
TWO JUNIORS WILL GO ^, n:il
10 PHILADELPHIA MEET\'n*m-" •
Helen Cromie and Virginia Garrison.
out the Western avenue bus line and
The contestants have been coached by
over the Sand Plains. Refreshments the following college seniors: Florence
Gormley,
Gertrude Mall, Mildred Peterwill be served at the end of the hunt,
son and Wallace Strevell.
which will be before 0 o'clock,
The Milne High School essay contest
sills are planned " said ! ' s beatlfi conducted now. All senior papers
"Olht
Caroline Schieieli, '29, president o f ' c , o r . t l l e C O I l t e S t l l a v e ^ 6 n submitted.
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litinor papers are not due for several
\. A. I hey arc a jiiuior-freslunan , | a v s , A prize of $10 will be awarded at
gym frolic next Friday; a combination commencement to the winner.
gym meet and May Fete, April 27,
and a hike to Dean's Mills. May IS." Millard IV. Andrews,Prts. P. Il'ayhsd BaiUy.Stc.
Anions ili"'.« who will attend the hunt tomorrow are: Caroline Schleich nut] llettina
Azzmilo, seniors; Anna .Moor,-, Ethel tlrumlliofer anil Marion Hollo, juniors; Ardilli
H.OM1. Pauline Hmlcr, Margaret I ussier,
Albany
Teachers' Agency, Inc.
•• S | » » r « * ^
74 Chapel St., Albany,N.Y.
The completion of ihe 1928-20 schedllll
I'lmmorai: Kh/al.elh Jack.
Josephine Holt,
saw Stale the winner of eighl gain,"- Kn-lyn U'iiilrr, Anne Tracy, Julia I'ister,
W e need teachers for S e p t e m b e r
'Ml have been c i r c l e d l o represent tlv
and loser of two, one lo St. Uonaventure Wimlli \ ,,„ Ilium. Helen Charlies, \\ „,i
1'iauiaiic and A n c o u n c i l al Ihe t w e n
appointments.
Write for inforh\ four points and ihe other lo Long '"''' l-"i"""K. .los.-phinr Wilson, M.„y H„K„
l l i a s e o l i- t o b e h i , b l e u H u e . . I . e . - h.
Gland I'lliversih 111 two points.
<''••">. '-'".ist- hiirkin. Amillwi Niester. Martha
lieth .iiiiiii,d c o n v e n t i o n o f ihe A m e r i c a i
mal ion or call at the o f f i c e .
1
lore the bum begin ., .uul i ill s.iprr
(an.l.-t-, Mihlre.l Klein ami Cerlnule Wehl,,
b ' " ' . i .iia.ii o i A r i s in P h i l a d e l p h i a . M a ;
VAN SICKLE MARRIES
vis, (I,,, seal, li I lie ire-buiei niu- -'-' - ' I
The convention
w i l l be c o n
Hernicc \ a n S i c k l e , '2'), was married
I i. i i I v Myskania u hi n lln >. e. :-!. I, d i a l e d ie t he l i e l l e v u e - S t r a l f o r t l hotel
'•eeentlv lo Howard M. Beers ol Corhum foi ibe in.i -i ..i ,iii' i
ho.
I be i e p i e . e n i . i i n e w ill \ isil \ a r i o i i
nell I'niversitv.
After she completes
; inio inn- and academies a, pan ,,i the ' " ' leaching al Rome ibis semester
245 Quail St., near Madison Ave.
.. iiia. I
.• i , ,. ,,
j Mr-. Heers will live ill Ithaca, where
d be m i o i l lasl \ e a r
pi.niMin outlined lor Hie convention. .
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I her husband wnl be an instructor in
Sliortluun .
Tm;ei; t'nuj Sn rrtitr
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l ' „ i v e r s i t \ Mrs
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, 1111 a,hie .1\ I l a | . e ,;> I s| ael 1\ iplilll. I .,, ,\u. prog r a n
I'.ei !•- is a member of I'hi Dell;
.ill.
If ihe ireshineii tin,I lb, i
they w ill pre-, HI u lo a in. in
We specialize in Weddiugs and Parties
DIAL 6-5656
Myskauia ami ibeii , ! „ • - u
awarded live p..ml- in miei , !.,
alr> 11 ii u in .1 loiinil ib, -. ,p!i,
C I T Y C A L L S 50c. I or 2 Persons within / o n e s
184 ONTARIO ST.
NEAR WASHINGTON AVE.
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2 . 5 0 Per Hr., 2 . 5 0 to Troy. 4 . 5 0 to Schtdy
Funeral Cars $ 6 0 0
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Get Your Ijctrbering Done At
The College Barber Shop
Students Will "Move
Leaders Will
M m ;n :
Up" May 17;
Get Their
Awards
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5 8 9 C E N T R A L A V E . , A L 8 A N Y , N . Y.
COLLEGE CANDY SHOP
Kleirv Market
331 C E N T R A L
i In,;,-.-)!,.,!,.
203 Central A v e n u e (near Robin)
AVENUE
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Special
Miction
School
To
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Open 11 until 2 A. M.
DaiK-ing 10:30 till I A . M., K x c e p t Sunday
14 State St
' Phone 3-594.4
£ " V FLOWER «HOP
STEUBEN STREET
Corner James
Salads - Pastry and Toasted Sandwiches
Kvery s a n d w i c h made up fresh to individual order
THE LINEN CHEST
LINENS - HANDKERCHIEFS
PILLOWS - CURTAINS
Gift from t h e Linen Chest means m o r e
PALLADINO
m
299 Centra! A v e n u e
Central Avenue's leading confectionery and icecream parlor
46 South Pearl Street
Personality Bobs - Finger Waving - Permanent Waving
Strand
\i>, N . Pearl S i .
4-62NII
H e m e SaviiiKS Bunk Bld«
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The Use of
Boulevard
DANKER
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OPTICIAN
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indicates knowledge
and appreciation ol
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BOULEVARD DAIRY CO., Inc.
231 Third
Street
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Telephone
4-4156
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, APRIL 12, 1929
QUARTET WILL PLAY
WELCOMES PLEDGES
4 MORE SENIORS GET
HEASON NAMED
A violin quartet will play at a meetBeta Zeta welcomes into pledge memASSEMBLY TO NAME MR.HEAD
of Music club in the auditorium of
JOBS FOR NEXT YEAR bership Dorothy Dodds and Harriett ing
OF CONTEST
llawley Hall, Wednesday afternoon at
Rounds, '31, and Marjoric Lockwood, 4 o'clock, according to Marion E. ConkPour
more
seniors
have
obtained
BY PI GAMMA MU teaching positions for next year, ac- '32.
QUEEN OF CARNIVAL
lin, '29, president of Music club.
Stanley
Heason, head of the his- cording to Professor John M, Sayles,
secretary of the placement bureau.
They are: Mary Fitzpatrick, who will
DIRECTION
STANLEY
COMPANY
OF
AMERICA
teach mathematics at Avcril! Park;
MARK
1 " ^
Leona Jewell, commerce at Johnsan essay contest conducted by Pi Gamma town; Rttth U'licclork, French at the
Mu. The topic for the essay is "Why Oakwood school, Potighkeepsie, and
WEEK OF APR. 15
WEEK Or APR. 15
Social Science Should Be Taught in Kathryu Terpening, biology at WalTalking and Sound
High Schools," and the prize will be ton.
100% T A L K I E
M o n t e Blue
five dollars in gold. Essays may be
BECOMES MEMBER
given to Helena Ubelle, '29, president,
I'hi Delta welcomes into honorary
a
before the contest closes, April 22.
membership Carlcton A. Moose, sn- ]
pcrvisor of practice teaching in science. I
A Mystery and Love
NAMES DANCE HEADS
Drama
Ruth Bales, '29, president of Alpha
Vitaphone
Pathe Sound
Vitaphone
io sorority announces the following
Acts
Acts
t\ e »> s
Movietone N e w s
chairmen for spring house dance, May
4: Genevieve Cole, '29, general chairALSO OPERATING
ALBANY AND
REGENT
man ; Ruth Goldsmith, '.32, refreshTHEATRES
IN
ALBANY
ments; Gertrude Frenier, ',30, music;
Flora Bessee, '.32, favors, and Mabel
Squires, '31, decorations.
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
Misses Nichols, Mark, Tauze' tory departments of the Albany junior
and senior high schools, has been named
And MoGarty Will Be
chairman of the committee of judges for
Candidates Today
Students will elect the Spanish Carnival queen in both assemblies today.
The four senior girls nominated for
Spanish Queen by members of Spanish
club are: Catherine Nichols, Grace
Mark, Mary' Tauzel and Agnes McGarty.
Anne Stafford, '29, was the queen last
year. Miss Stafford is president of Newman club and a member of Chi Sigma
Theta sorority. In 1927 Anne Steitllnger,
a senior, was chosen queen. She was
queen of Spanish Carnival in her freshman year also. Miss Steidinger belongs
to Psi Gamma sorority.
Identity of the queen will lie kept
secret until the night of Spanish Carnival, April 20. Her attendants, two
girls from each class, will be chosen
after the ballets have been counted.
Last year, the attendants were: Patricia O'Connell and Emily Williams,
'28; Mildred Peterson and Grace Seaman, '29; Dorlhy Rubins and Gladys
Bates, ',30 and Catherine R. Norris and
Sara Fry, '31.
S TRAN
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Secret"
Greybouqd
Unrated'
PROCTOR'S
Grand
W I L L READ PLAYS
Miss Agnes Futterer, instructor in
dramatics, will read "The First and the
l.a>t," bv lohn Galsworthv, and "The
Twelve Pound Look," by Sir James M.
Barrie, Wednesday night, May 1, at 8:15
o'clock in Chancellors H a l l . '
AND
THUff.. FBI,, SAT.
APR.
11-12-13
'CHILDREN OF THE RITZ"
I orothy Miicluilll and Jack Mulhall
MON. TUES. WED.
APR.
15-16.17
•THE DUMMY"
Ruth Chatterton, Fredric March
and John Cromwell
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SENIORS WILL PETITION
FOR NEW BALL DATE
A petition will be presented to the
senior class at class meeting today asking for a change in the date of senior
ball from Thursday, June 1.3, to Monday night, June 17. June 17 is the night
of commencement.
Last year, senior ball was conducted
commencement night, and this fact will
be used as an argument in presenting tin'
petition. The meeting is to be immediately after assembly, when the place
of meeting will be announced.
I T Z.
U
T h e voice of t h e great city is heard - t h u n d e r ing s u b w a y s - r o a r i n g traffic - singing l a u g h i n g
b r o a d w a y - racing at Belmont Park - s c r e a m i n g
fight fans at Madison Square G a r d e n - t h u d
of gloves on flesh - g l a m o r o u s - thrilling -real.
A
YELLOW CAB
8 4 5 Madison
Ave.
DRUGS And PHARMACEUTICALS
Telephone
DiaJ 4 - 6 1 6 1
Limousines rented
all occasions
for
NOW
AT
THE
3-3462
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Lucille Beauty
Salon
"The Paganization
Of Christianity"
Topic Sunday Night 7:30
by Rev. F L. Squires, Pastor
ALBANY
GOSPEL TABERNACLE
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Dial 6-5787
SPECIAL
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S15. Permanent Wave for $10 with
Free shampoo and finger wave
(Just west of Partridge Street)
S h a m p o o i n g and W a v i n g for
Long H a i r - - - $1.75
For Bobbed Hair - $1.50
M a n i c u r i n g 5 0 c ; Facial Massage J1
Sunday morning service 10:45
"A ' Palm Sundaif Meit*u</e''
Delicious and Refreshing
Edith Clow expert Eittiterwiwer is back with m
A R R A Y FLORIST
T e n teyck Motel
PHONE 3-4439
Building
Branch
15 So. Pearl Street
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
ONE. SOUL WITH BUT
A SINGLE THOUGHTTO P A U S E AND
REFRESH HIMSELF
AND NOT EVEN A
GLANCE FROM
THE 5TAG LINE
Students and Groups at the State Culler fur Teachers
will he given special atlen lion
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ami cool alter BUII»U ol rehe.h
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