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STATU <'<>i.i.i-:<;j-: FOR TKACIIKUS. ALBANY, N. V. KIUHAY. MAY 8 1929
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R. P. I. SHOWS LOSS
IN GUESTS AT BALL
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that
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things
undergraduate
scercl
association
elects
lo Myskania
be c o n s i d e r e d
to - w a y their
junior
Such
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and
student
i n reality
is l o d e s i g n a t e
i f the individual
cliilihlf
Myskania
|
o f the
association
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students
known
o f Myskania.
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today
convictions
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several
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members.
choices.
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in
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new
than
the
and
colleges
h erepresented
lege,
Keiissclacr
arc attending
tonight
a survey
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will
from
Institute
sorority
members
members.
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of
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em
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be
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the three highest
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for
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i
A m h e r s t
vote
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re-
R e p r e s e n t e d
today
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m
t hi iai ti m
the
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do
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e s
s tt u
as
ss
so
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on
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sa
as
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W oO rI kK n
ud
de
en
n ti a
s Myskania
for ihe e h o i r n ,,i i n .
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j as is M v s k a u i a
f o r llic choice o f the n e w m e m b e r s
w h o w i l l be d e s i g n a t e d
on
I M o v i n g,.,
directly,
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PUBLICITY
f o r the N E W S
HUNTERS
to a g a i n t e l l the stu-
d e n t body, its c u s t o m e r s , t h e basis upon w h i c h news
i n t o o r does not get i n t o , this
occasion is the s o m e w h a t
of
the Dramatic
newspaper.
heated
inquiry
and A r t council
gels
T h e particular
by t w o members
w h o sought
explanation
as t o w h y not m o r e space was not devoted in the last issue
to
press
ageiiting
t h e recent' reading
by Miss
Agnes
F.
Futtcrer.
If
w e m a y l a k e that r e a d i n g as a p a r t i c u l a r e x a m p l e f o r
w h a t is a m o r e o r less g e n e r a l
s i t u a t i o n , we feel that we
can m a k e o u r p o i n t h e l l e r t h a n by dealing i n m o r e abstract
t e r m s . W h i l e that r e a d i n g
was, o f course, i m p o r t a n t , there-
w e r e o t h e r t h i n g s w h i c h a r e equally i m p o r t a n t . I t is n a t u r a l
for those v i t a l l y interested i n a project to t h i n k it t h e must
i m p o r t a n t o f a l l ; hut it must lie r e m e m b e r e d that the p r i m e
object o f a newspaper is to f u r n i s h news
t o its readers.
T h e r e n d i n g lias been w i d e l y advertised by placards and
p o s t e r s ; the e d i t o r s felt sure that i f t h e D r a m a t i c and A r t
council
followed
its usual
p r o c e d u r e , ample
as t o t h e r e a d i n g w o u l d he broadcast
announcement
f r o m the p l a t f o r m in
t w o student assemblies, I n this the N E W S was r i g h t .
the r e a d i n g b r o u g h t
to the ailenti
With
f t h e sudenl associa-
tion in these t w o ways, there was no necessiy f o r this newspaper I n r u n a c o l u m n u r g i n g students i n attend. T h e story
mi
the reading d i d , h o w e v e r ,
w i t h a live lead that
"make"
the f r o n t
page, and
w o u l d cause students to read i l .
W e r e g r e t , o f course, that the size o f tin.-, paper is such
as t o l i m i t t h e n u m b e r o f events it can press agent.
Partic-
u l a r l y i n a f o u r page issue, it is impossible t o g i v e
organization
a l l the spare
when 'editors
scrambled
it w a u l s .
madly
T h e time
about
lias
f o r copy
every
passed
to f i l l the
c o l u m n s ; it is n o w a m a t t e r o f d i s c r i m i n a t i o n , o f selecting
the e d i t o r s
what
for
the paper.
believe
can " m a k e " the f l o u t
present
N'KWS
most
when
interest
those
a r t congresses
page is d e f i n i t e l y
r e m a i n so is the ardent
The
will
T h e time
past,
w h o pay
at
that
Prague
it m a y
hope o f t h e N'EWS,
hoard
wishes
to he j u d g e d
o n l y on
its f u r n i s h i n g the students a l i v e l y , newsy paper w h i c h they
will
read.
If
it lias
paper, it considers
licity
furnished
itself
the students
justified
that
kind of
in slaughtering
the pub-
hunters.
W h e n Kappa chapter
,t A l p h a P h i C a m i l l a recently
made D r . H a m \ V . H a s t i n g s and D r . H a r o l d \ \ . T h o m p son hoiiiirarv members, it c o n f e r r e d upon them a r e c o g n i
l i o n i n w h i c h the whole student bods w i l l concur
Both
pson have long served studenl
D r . H a s t i n g , and D r . T h
p u b l i c a t i o n s l u r e , T h e f o r m e r was l o r m a m years a
( a c u i t y adviser to the \ l . W s d u r i n g the t i m e lli.it it had
a f a c u l t y adviser. T h e N'EWS still regards h i m a , ihe patron
of i t s social f u n c i i o t i s , a n d is a l w a y s glad n , have l i n n .0
its f e s t i v i t i e s . D r . T h o m p s o n ' s r e c o g n i t i o n comes f o r h i .
•ei vices w i t h the Echo, f o n n e r h the ( J u a r l c r l y , and lot
his i n t e r n a t i o n a l ! ) recognized a h i l i l ) i n l i t e r a r y fields, A l
pha P i n C a m i l l a ably represented the -indent hod) when it
c o n f e r r e d m e m b e r s h i p upon these t w o professors.
Dl-.li VI I X C liK('< i.MP'.S I . S T M i l , | S I I Kl >
' I ' l l - \ irtot'v n l the men's v«i -it\ debate t r a m over
H a m i l t o n ( o'llegc last week. w i l l , il is hoped, presage
m a m -itch contests in t i n n
e H a m i l t o n is no mean op
p o i i c n l . that college I n n i n g long been recognized f o r Us
debaters T h a i M a l e Wo
l l n h i - ! Contest between t i n
t w o college-, hotilil b r i n g m o r e than the Usual praise l u i
the effort-, ,,, M , . . . , , . U ' o l n e r , ( , r e c t i , K o „ and K l e i n , and
ihe c o . a h . I n T h o m p s o n
I
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c a t i o n a l f i e l d t o ft h i g h e r place. T h o u g h t h e o l d school m a y
not
assign
rightly
to commerce
so—all
will
the figurative
concede that
attic—and
commerce
perhaps
has come o u t
o f the c e l l a r .
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D W v J l \ 0 ,
MICROBES IN W'IIU'S W H O ;
THE NEW FASCIST STATE
-By
Who's
Who Among
W.M.L
Ihe Microbes,
l i y P a r k and W i l l i a m s .
302 pages. I n d e x e d . S3. N e w V o r k : C e n t u r y
All
Company.
t h e heroes a n d v i l l a i n s o f the m i c r o b e n o b i l i t y a n d
underworld
find
t h e i r social stains listed in this book. N o r
is their c l a s s i f i c a t i o n d r y as in the usual Who's
Who: here
are stories about how each microbe became k n o w t o scien-
Many Changes Have Come Since Founding Of Myskania;
Organization Was Faculty Selected "Student Council"
T h e t w e l v e years t h a t have elapsed since M y s k a n i a w a s f o u n d e d have b r o u g h t
w i t h them m a n y changes i n student a c t i v i t i e s a t S t a t e C o l l e g e , a survey ai files
of the N E W S shows.
M y s k a n i a , begun as a "student c o u n c i l , " whose m e m b e r s w e r e selected by t h e
f a c u l t y , has become a secret honor council o f seniors f o r leadership i n several
fields o f a c t i v i t i e s .
A l o n g w i t h t h e change i n method o f s e l e c t i n g n e w members has come a n e w
method o f " t a p p i n g . " T h e early M y s k a n i a s w e r e " t a p p e d " as t h e w h o l e j u n i o r
class m a r c h e d across t h e p l a t f o r m o f t h e . a u d i t o r i u m , members r e a c h i n g o u t t o
" t a p " the n e w members as they passed.
T h i s a n d m a n y o t h e r i n t e r e s t i n g episodes i n t h e h i s t o r y o f M y s k a n i a a r e set
f o r t h i n a series o f a r t i c l e s to be published i n t h e N E W S . T h i s i n f o r m a t i o n , q u o t e d
f r o m t h e files o f this newspaper, w i l l c o n t i n u e u n t i l i h e h i s t o r y o f t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n is s h o w n f r o m J u n e , 1917 to M o v i n g L'p d a y , 1929.
the n e w c o u n c i l upon tile s c h o l a r s h i p
The quotations a r e :
A p r i l 18, 1917. " A t the general meet- they h a d m a i n t a i n e d a n d t h e leadership
i n g o f a l l students g a t h e r e d i n student they h a d d i s p l a y e d , l i e p o i n t e d o u t t h e
assembly last F r i d a y m o r n i n g , the first great p r i v i l e g e w h i c h had been g r a n t e d
student council i n t h e h i s t o r y o f Stale t h e m o f s e r v i n g t h e i r college a n d that
College
was called
into
being. F o r a l t h o u g h o n l y a f e w weeks a r e l e f t , they
m o n t h s a f a c u l t y c o m m i t t e e had the plan are r i c h i n o p p o r t u n i t y . "
M a y 2, 1917. " M i s s Pierce, dean o f
under c o n s i d e r a t i o n and the action taken
on F r i d a y last was the result o f their w o m e n , r e p o r t e d to the student body last
F r i d a y m o r n i n g thai t h e name o f the
i labor.
Who's
Who Among
Ihe Microbes
is a popular w o r k
" A f t e r a f e w b r i e f announcements by senior studenl council has been chosen,
w h i c h contains much valuable subject
matter.
Though
President K o l i n D . I l a g e r o f the senior and is ' M y s k a n i a . ' T h e m e a n i n g o f this
p o p u l a r i z e d , as were the radio lectures f r o m w h i c h this
class, President
B r u b a c h c r stated the name is t o r e m a i n a secret to a l l w h o are
object o f t h e m e e t i n g , w h i c h was t o i n - not m e m b e r s o f the c o u n c i l . T h e counv o l u m e s p r a n g , the volume appears scientifically accurate.
a u g u r a t e the c u s t o m o f establishing an cil w i l l a l w a y s consist o f f r o m ten to
B e g i n n i n g w i t h e a r l ) discoveries in the field o f m i c i ' o b o l u g y ,
o r g a n i z a t i o n c l a s s w o r k , the degree, etc., I w e l v e m e m b e r s . T h e first five w i l l be
liosen by t h e f a c u l t y , t h e r e m a i n i n g
the a u t h o r lakes t h e reader t h r o u g h a w i d e r acquaintanceand i n the second place, that phase w h i c h
ship w i t h the minute specimens, their lives and actions,
includes ' i n d e n t j o u r n a l i s m , athletics, so- n u m b e r hv M v s k a n i a
" M y s k a n i a council has decreed thai
cial a f f a i r s , college t r a d i t i o n s , studenl
their f a m i l y relationships, and then into the various f a m i l y
the f o l l o w i n g rules nitisl he observed i l l
h o n o r s and preferences.
g r o u p i n g s such as the " b l o o d - t h i r s t y " t r i b e , i h e f i l t e r a b l e
"The
faculty
believes, the speaker •oniiection w i t h any dances that are to
viruses, Pasteur's t r i b e , and many others.
be g i v e n t h i s w a r by any o r g a n i z a t i o n
said, in student d e m o c r a c y , w i t h a iini
onnectcd w i t h the College :
f o r m method o f elections o f manager
T h e r e ' s m o r e than amusement in this c h e e r f u l red h o o k :
" 1 . N o m o n e y is to he spent f o r dec'othere's scientific fact, sugar coaled t h o u g h ,1 he. ' f i l e public
.-'Plains, e d i t o r s
etc. D r
ISrtlbaehc.
,,
i .
,
,
, • ,
men announced t h a i steps had been t a k e r " a l i o i i s .
"
2 . N o r e f r e s h m e n t s shall be served
" l a y w e l l g i v e an ardent welcome „ , such p o p u l a r i z e d
. | m , , . „ ., | ) 1 ) ( | v ( | f ' ^ ^ ,,.,,, | j c
selected to lake charge o l the duties o l except p u n c h .
scientific books as ll'ho's
Who Among
the Microbes a n d
a conned. T h e year is advanced a n d
" . I W i t h t h e e x c e p t i o n o f the senior
L o g a n C l e n d e n i n g ' s 1 he Human Hod\:
l i m i t e d t i m e w i l l hinder this council f r o m ball, i n , p r i n t e d p r o g r a m s a r e a l l o w e d .
doing m u c h , yet t h e w o r k it w i l l do w i l l
" ' f i l e d u e f o r M o v i n g L'p d»v was set
Ihe A ' , , v bascisl
Mole.
By K d w i n W a r e l l u l l i n g e r . 298
! he very i m p o r t a n t , as it w i l l lay the is May IK.
pages. $2.50. N e w Y o r k : Kae I ) . I l e n k l e C o m p a n y .
f o u n d a t i o n upon w h i c h t h e w o r k o f a l l
" ' I ' h e members o f the council w i l l wear
succeeding councils w i l l he built.
Fascism, alone, w i t h coinp;
laie m a r r i a g e a n d reparais an i n s i g n i a a k e y , and i l is hoped
.'-s Ol th
slant item
u i i i i ' v . F u r J " I )r. I L i s t i n g s then spoke i n behalf o l 'hat m e m b e r s o f M v s k a n i a w i l l m f u t u r e
tions, is a
ihe
faculty c
tiitlcc.
I le said that be seated on t h e plat f o r m d u r i n g student
those w h o talk glibly about Fascism, y e l do not understand j
s i m i l a r o r g a n i z a t i o n s a r e i n existence in assemblies, a n d that they be dres-ed in
its tenets, this new hook by the a u t h o r o l The Keforging
of
a n u m b e r o f colleges and that the c o m - 'ap a n d govvn."
Kiissia, seems to he w r i t t e n . A s the a u t h o r puis i t , his a i m mittee tried to g a t h e r f r o m each the best
features w h i c h were embodied in the
is " t o present a human picture o f one o f the w o r l d ' s
KI.KCT
DKMATKRS W i l l .
plans f o r the present o r g a n i z a t i o n . T h e
greatest social and political e x p e r i m e n t - . . . . T h i s w o r k
T w o f r e s h m e n w i l l he elected l o tLe
council w i l l have t w o c h i e f aims o r puris intended p r i m a r i l y as an i n t e r p r e t a t i o n , an attempt t o
poses : T o give honor
f o r leadership le'.alc c o u n c i l n e x l week, a c c o r d i n g to
tists, a n d t h e characteristics
o f some o f his good o r bad
deeds.
portray the social and ecu
lie processes which a r e under
These nroces- •s are f u n d a m e n t a l a n d
wav in Italv |o,|a\
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h i " ' 1 ' ' 1 : " " 1 'deals o f the student body.
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1 "Profe-sor
Walker
then
announced
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the names o l those seniors w h o hadIciest i n forensic ,,,• m i l e - . I i , , l h i n , i,
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eii a r e eligible l o r m e m b e r s h i p .
read the chosen f e w w a l k e d to the platlliicei's
l,,r next
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w i l l also be
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 3, 1929
INTERSORORITY B A L L " ™ t f ^ l * ? * ^ * r ~ \ I I M * u .
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lnterest
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FRESHMEN WILL NAME
OFFICERS ON MONDAY
Lion Managing Editor
nAMMTTTDDC XT A U D 1 \
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BY KtTH C. BREZEE, '.32
wl,ere they nest l,ow lo,,g lhey remaini
"Birds
and
bugs"
musingly
replied
Wmmli IDCIJ MM til;Professor
..n^^rtS^^J,?
.:...
'
Barnard S. Hrouson, head of
'
the "chemistry department,
when ques- and their characteristics. l i e has ascertioned concerning his "extra-curricular tained that there are approximately 230
activities." The second letter of the al- species nf birds common to Albany
phabet seems to be a favorite with Pro- county alone. He has tabulated all of
fessor Hrouson, but his degree of in- his observations on a bird chart which
Commitlees for Intersnrority Hall, teresi in bis elm-en hobbies shows thai he has kept during his years in Albany
ll1
which will be tonight at the Hotel Ten
' ''''s selected them to accede to the
This subject i- one of I lie most interRyck, were announced hv Marv Hart, I " " J 8 " ' lm "mural inclinations.
, , .
"• ,,
'
- S | i " water runs deep and tins quiet esting in ihe field of hobbies and one uii
-"• general chairman, as follows:
member of the faculty dues have hub- which a great deal of time and effort
can be put forth. Jt is deeply engross- i
Delta Omega:
Louise Trask, '.10, hies. Many years
ing and is worthy uf the best ulTerots,
chairman, decorations; Berenice Gilbert, ; ' ^ " '"' w , | s accusfor or birds ase one of the beauties of
'30, arrangements; Marion Bidder, '.in. ',"",u''1 '", tial,<c> :l
mis land.
dailv pre-breakfast
H u n t s Dragon Flies
llowers and programs; Louise Mathew promenade through
A new held of exploration in the
son, '2'), favors; Doris Appleby, '20, in Washington
park
! kingdom oi animals, bird-, and insects
vitations; Jean (iillespie, '31 taxis; ' " "•'"•' " " chance
ablewhich
to f uI'rip
r lessor
some time
tin- hopes
year istothe
to
Bruiisoii
lie
Delaphine Tedford, special -indent, re- ! " ) n ! ' ! y , l l i s . !"'
woodchuck. I le lias a pet theory which
loved birds and inh- will endeavor l" work out in con
freshmeuts.
sectiieclioii \\;ih Ibis little busybody. It is
,i problem in connection w itli it.- Iiiberna
b'.ta iMii : Mildred I'cterson, '20, ar
I h.v.eccr,
Mr
i
which he believe- to be a chemical
rangemeuts; Louise An bee, '3(1, favor.-; liroiiM'ii
irankh
Mr
1 1 1 1
head
a lamilv,
- Bronson
1-ranee, Kellog, '20, proerain- md flow I"
' "" ni
'' l'""
>''"'''
I'l-ol
ir Bronson i- In be envied
!
;!:
cr>; Margaret Hells, '31, taxi-; II ••'' " ' '""'
''
In- ' iiiorniug
ramblebine become bill
'30, refreshment-; A
M.e-lier,
bility to liud out the secrets
fill
ill
Smith, '31, decoration.-; Alice l!<
in. IM..I \. N'eveilbele-- he i- -till a Mi
music.
; ni.-ecl and bird neighbors
i,I
All
d
I Ihe in-,,I kingdom .md nev,
Iv guarded liv iliem. ll seems
Kappa Delia:
Virginia Simile,, Mil.
g c- anywhere unaccompanied by In- sl- . , j"e': " " !
music; I'hochc Mer-ereau, eb;
an;
secret link ol friendship with
bird gla--e-, insect nel and othei paraMargaret Burnap, '3d, piugrain-; h>-e
bc-e sh\ little creatures and so succeeds
ph, nab,i loo numerous I
eutioii.
n In- undertakings.
pbine Walker, '2'), I'awr.-;
Manila
'I be chcini.sln prol'e-sor'- special in
Smith,
'3(1, arrangeineiil - ;
Marion
n rc-i center- in -u.nnp Ii i'c both abo\ e
Vlu-hnlm, '31, taxis.
and below ihi water, lie i- planning to
Arrangements I Juris
I'-i (iamiiia :
• i.iuinue hi- stuilv ol ihe relation ol aniWilcox, '3(1; flower.- and programs, Mil
mal and plain life ihi- summer in ihe
dred t'oiilaut, '3(1; decoration-, Helen
swamp waters in comparison to the acid
Campbell,
' 3 1 ; iiiu-ie,
Wilhelmina
The freshman class will elect its officers for 1929-30 at a meeting in Hawlcy
Hall Monday morning, according to an
announcement by Caroline Schleich, '29,
and Betty J. Eaton, '29, Myskania class
guardians.
Offices which will be filled at this
election a r e : president, vice-president,
treasurer, secretary, reporter, member of
the student board of finance, manager of
men's
class
athletics,
manager
of
women's class athletics, class cheer
leader and class song leader.
Mary Hart, Of Chi Sigma Theta.
General Dance C h a i r m a n ,
Announces Them
Sebe-la, '.ill; la,or-. Alice Bennett, '31 ;
a'biolngical -urvev ol the pond located
'29; and refreshments, Kiiiina Aeklev,
near bis home.
'30.
Me Will Study W o o d c h u c k s
Chi Sigma Theta:
h'taucc- Conloti,
A chiel b .bby mi winch Professor
'31. llowers and favor-; I ami Siniiott,
Bronson I
r.ile.l In- efforts is
'31 ; decorations; Margaret lliekev, '31,
, dragon ll e- and although lie due- not
music; Alice b'asoldl, '31. invilal
- and
taxis; Anne M
e, '.ill, ref reslnneiil.s;
~\\2 -pec:,,| in .New Vrnk Slate,
( '(instance I >c (iu/inan, '31, arrange
I he i- well on the road in success and
iiients; Anne Stafford, 'J1', favors,
plan- In pel leci i h i - branch ol In- woi k
bVanccs Levin
.Alpha I'.p-iloii J Mi i:
l i e i- in.,long an eiili.mological
survey
s
'31, favors: Beatrice Samuel-, '31,
• •I Ihe gr
d- about h i - home in male.
invitations; b'lorcnce bi-clier, '20, music;
leauette Harrison, '3D, arrangements;
i n . , , : - v.l uii inhabit the land This -11111
Sylvia Rose, '31, Mower.-;
blorcuo
uier. l'role--or Bronson expects lo 11
M'arx, '30, decoration-; Sarah Valfec,
h- by nighl .mil |o bail tree- -till
'30, taxis.
,11,1.tin 1 l \ p e o l
(.annua Kappa l ' b i : Beatrice .\
Bird- receive an equal -hare ol I'n
(iarty, '3(1, favor-; Esther lie Ileus, '30
llenlMii. II
arrangements;
Helen
Davis
'30.
In- 'Hub 01 b u d - IS w a r - ae
music; Elsie Duicher, '31, decoration-;
when he came to Albanv and 1- an
Kmily
Leek, '31, invitations;
Irina
b i l i o u s Ii.
Howe, '3(1, rel're-lnnenl-; Marie llavko,
'30, taxis and flowers; Dorothy Thomas, 01 the species buuid 111 Albai
lie is deu- ol knowing 1
11
'3(1, programs.
buT'3d,
•|i;.« .": a.,.i-,".'.Marjoric
'.'('gnun; ;"I) 1£,
ko-hirl. '30, invila
ham,
'31, decoration- ; I'ri.-cilla I I:
relie-luue.lts'
Mildred
Hall, '31, laxis.
I'i Alpha T a n :
Taxis, llenriell,
Ca-lwirlh, '1{>: Mower-. Hi rlh.i 1'ilkin
'20; niu ic. Iiliic Haul, '20; de, .rations
Berlba Xalliau. '30, l . u - h , Kli/.ibrll
Kr
11b, ig, ' 3 1 ; general
chairinaii
Svlvia Mulwii/, '31, and 1.- iie-biuentRuth buikelslein, '30.
m i l -Ii \ ,
A
WELCOMES
Alpha
icl-hip
Kim welcomeI'll/,, belli
MEMBER
into
KaMllollll,
lull
niein
'3J,
prospector
S T O U T heart; a burro laden with pick, shovel,
a n d t h e b a r e n e c e s s i t i e s of life; a n d t h e p r o s -
p e c t o r w a s r e a d y for t h e g o l d r u s h — S u t t e r ' s
Mill,
the Pike's Peak country, Cripple Creek, Klondyke.
A
scattered
t r a i l of h a l f - w o r k e d
claims
marked
his sacrifices.
To-day
MILNE PRIZE CONTEST
u
The tennis season will open tomorrow
morning at 10:30 o'clock when the Stale
College racqueleers meet Albany College of Pharmacy in the first engageI'llUrtl'H)' A . l l l l l l J ' K U ' I l l l I K . N e w s
ment of the year.
Mildred H a w k s , '30, will he ma
| The Stat, team will be as follows,
aging editor of the Lion next year,
according to Joseph llerney, '29, capMain: llcrnev, number one; Reginald
CONDUCTS LUNCHEON
[.Stanhope, '29, number t w o ; C a r l Tar'Ihe annual luncheon of I'-i (.annua box, ',(_', number three; and Samuel
will be in the Venetian room of llie De I oopcr, '29, or Randolph Sprague, '29,
Wilt Clinton Hotel tomorrow, according number lour. Tarbox and llcrnev will
In Eli/.abclh Roth, '20, chairinaii.
| plav the first doubles while Stanhope and
The speakers will be h'.leauor Welch, Cooper will plav the second. The
'20. Kalherine Crabani, '30; Alice Ben-! matches will be placed on the Kidgem i l , '31. and Marguerite Wilson, '31.
held Park courts.
the modern
CROMIE AND YORK WIN
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|
ELECTRICITY—
Beta Zcin: Margaret W'a.Isworlh, '30,
w
w!;r.i';,l',l'3o, un^^!:;:llZn
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1 1
PHARMACY WILL OPEN
STATE TENNIS SEASON
mining
is
a
business,
with
electricity
replacing wasteful b r a w n in m i n e a n d mill.
T h e deep mine,
"" ""
with electric lights, hoists, a n d
l o c o m o t i v e s ; t h e surface m i n e w i t h h u g e electric
I 11 e 11 >c 11. n
I re, e i i l h . A l l -lu.'li ill- , ell
il<-t w. i r e.i.ii bed In :-i.,te I ..liege
m i - , the m u n c h havilit: been c a c h e d
I I . i n n , i ,,.i inl.'v and \ \
I I In w i l i l i e l
e.n I leieived a I ' m , I . .
I, w h i c h
;
,i
.i IK n u n . . .
d l o r tin- mule-!
I In
imk'i
-hue clii
.ill. n d e p a r t m e n t .
In
bh/.ihcll
M m r i - , .,--,-1,11,1 p i , , i
and I n
\ 111 mi K. i t i u, |
s h o v e l s s c o o p i n g u p t o n s of o r e in a s i n g l e b i t e ;
the concentrating
mill w i t h i t s b a t t e r i e s of elec-
t r i c a l l y d r i v e n m a c h i n e s ; t h e steel mill w i t h its constant
e l e c t r i c h e a t - h e r e a r e b u t a few of elec-
tricity's contributions to the mineral industries.
So in e v e r y industry, electricity increases p r o d u c t i o n a n d c u t s c o s t s . I t is t h e m o d e r n
r'ltualh-ll
leading
t h e w a y into
u n d e v e l o p e d resources
wider
fields
prospector,
and
tapping
t h a t we m a y e n j o y a
finer
c i v i l i z a t i o n a n d a r i c h e r , fuller life.
J'i
ESTAbt^SHCD
You will find this monolo.on on powerful motors
that itnve heavy mining
machinery and on tiny
motors that drive sewing
machine*. Both in industry
and in the home it is the
murk of on organization
that is dedicated to elceti icul progress.
ENGLIStfjtfN»VJERSITY
STYLES,#i(&OREQ
OV.fcH, Y O U T H F U L
C H A R T S S & L Y FOR DISTINGUISHED
SERVICE
[S T H J ^ i W f D
STATES.
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=
GENERAL ELECTRIC
C b N fc K A 1.
Ii t. Ii C T It 1 C
C O M 1' A N V ,
S C H E N E C T A D Y .
N E W
V O KK
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 3, 1929
4
16 SUMMER SESSION
COURSES ARE ADDED
New D e p a r t m e n t Of Vocational
Education Is Included
In C u r r i c u l u m
Sixteen new courses and one new department ;ire included in the catalogue
for the summer session which will begin
July 8 and will continue until August
17.
Four of the new courses will be in
the commerce department. Miss Blanche
M. Avery, instructor in commerce, will
conduct a class in elementary commerce.
Courses in methods in shorthand and
business English, principles and problems in commercial education, and organization and teaching of commercial
work in the part time school, will also
be offered by the commerce department.
Professor Adam A. Walker, head of
economics department, will teach two
new courses during the summer, Economic history of the United Slates, and
social problems, are the courses that
will be offered.
New Education Courses
The education department has added
three courses to its last year's curriculum. Tin- leaching of adolescents, the
supervisory function of ihe school priucipaeship, and problems in testing, are
the three additions. Ten other courses
will be offered by this department.
Two new courses have been added to
the English schedule, some modern novelists, and writing. Reading in American literature before the civil war, which
was offered last summer, will have its
sequel, readings in American literature
since the Civil War. tin's summer.
French, which is the only other language
to he given, has had no changes in
courses.
Constitutional law of tin' United
Slates, corresponding tn Government 9
in the regular curriculum, has been
added to the government courses. Educational statistics, a course not given on
the regular curriculum, is in he part of
the mathematics schedule, ll includes an
elementary treatment of the mathematics
methods winch arc used in the presentation and interpretation of education statistics.
The physics department will have two
new courses, one in sound, light, and
electricity, and the (..ther in mthods of
leaching physics.
The new department which has been
added to the summer curriculum is vocational education. It includes courses in
vocational and educational guidance, methods in councilling and placements,
symposium in practical arts, and voca
tiotial education.
NEWMAN NOMINATES
ONE FOR PRESIDENT
EXPRESSES
SYMPATHY
"Charles" Would Like Airplane
In Which To Deliver College Mail
The freshman class sent a floral piece
Dr. Dorwaldt's Hygiene Class
to the home of Curtis Eutenber, class
May Pay Medical College Visit treasurer,
last week as an expression of
"No, I don't want a baby carriage
to carry the mail around' College,"
Charles VVurthman, College janitor,
said when questioned about the increase in the mail which is delivered
every day. 'I've forgotten all about
how to wheel a baby carriage. An
airplane would be more useful now.
I'd like to have one to fly over all
the buildings and drop the mail down."
When "Charles" first came to Slate
College there were 17 faculty members. That number has increased to
92 now, and the student body has
grown proportionately. This enlargement of the number of people here
has meant more mail to be distributed
by Charles, The first class mail conies
in one lot in the morning; the second
class, consisting of advertising matter, is delivered next, and last of all
the packages are brought. In the
afternoon, first class mail only is delivered.
Members of Dr. Earl J. Dorwaldt's
hygiene class expeel to visit the Albany Medical College before the end
of this semester, if a date can be
arranged with the superintendent of
the college.
Dr. I).iiwaldt will accompany the
men and explain the exhibits to them.
M a r y Dyer Is O n l y N o m i n e e ;
A n n a T. Moore W i l l Bs
Vice-r-resident
Mary Dyer. '30, is the only nominee
for president of Newman club next year,
and .Anne Moore, '.id, is the only candidate for vice president, following nominations this week.
Elections will be conducted Tuesday.
Anne E. Stafford, '_"', retiring president,
and Marie Lynch, '-"), are distributing
ballots to members.
Nominees for other offices are :
l-'..r si-creiarv: l-'imii-i-s I'milim, '.!!, ami
Kaihryn UYUirr. Mil.
Ki.r iiTiisim-r: lii-tn Mm i.-nilv, Ml; llmis
\\ illi.-ims. Mil, ,'inil Kli'/alii-th Mi I.-IIIUMMI. \\>
l-'i.r i.-i.-.ilei : Helen KMIII-I. '.I.': MaiKiirel
Mulliu.m. Ml. an.I l-'i.nius \ l a / , n . '.I-'.
M;
CLASS WILL PRESENT
3 PLAYS MAY 24, 25
The elementary dramatics class will
present three plavs, Friday and Saturdav
nights, May 24 'and -'5 "in the Album
Institute of History and Art.
The first, "Aria da Capa," a e.mieih
l.v Edna St. Vincent Millav, will havi
Einil) l.eek, '.U, in the role of "I'ierot ;" I
Kthci Smith. '31, in the rule of "Colum
bme," and Helen Henderson, '31, as
"Thyrsus." " C o n d o n " will be played
bv Elsie I hudier. '31, and "Cathurntis"
will be plaved hv Elizabeth Schrauth, '31.
"Feed the Beast." a comed\, will have
Mary Coodell, '31. in the role of "Mrs.
Puttie," and lunula Bales, '31, in the
mle of "Mrs. Wilkes." The role ••!
"Mr. Poltle" ha- not yet been filled
Try.nils for this part will he conducted
:n ihe eleineutan dramatics class.
"Wrung Numbers," a dramatic cum
edy, will have Bernadette llaMi.-n. '31.
in Ihe rule of "Number 1 ;" (daily*
lluugerford, '31, in the rule of "Nuin
her J." and Edna Fitzl'airick, '31, athe waitress.
the sympathy of the members at the
death of his father.
Teachers
particularly should know
KAPPA DELTA ANNUAL and appreciate the quality
of
DINNER IS TOMORROW
The annual luncheon of the active
members and alumnae of Kappa Delta I
will be at ike Albany Country Club to- I
morrow afleri
Mary Howard, '31, |
is general chairman.
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Manicuring 50c.; Facial Massage SI
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A N Y B O D Y WHO
EVER RAN A F T E R A
BUT.
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o n g e n o u g h , p l a y hard]
e n o u g h a n d y o u ' v e got to
stop. That's when the
p a u s e t h a t refreshes m a k e s
t h e big h i t . H a p p i l y you
can find it a r o u n d t h e corner from a n y w h e r e , waiting for you i n an 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 any l i t t l e m i n u t e
long e n o u g h for u big rest.
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STATE COLLEGE NEW8, MAY 3, 1929
DEBATE TEAM WINS \Last
A I M AT
M N A L
PAMTEQT
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F r e s h m e n
Be May 7, 21, And 28; MINSTRELS BROADCAST
W i n
P r i z e s
A t
Swimmitm classes "ill be conducted 5 ? t n c j J J c u , f J ^
mi niily tlirec more nights, on Tuesdays, I Athletic Dancing: Mary
G
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M e e t
PROGRAM
OVER
WHAZ
Troubadours broadcast a program
Mead, Margaret of music Monday night from station
T h e
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at Troy. Among tho,, . v | , 0 took
f n t
r
D e f e a t Uf H a m i l t o n C o l l e g e Nwimniinji captain announced today. Ths FiuPatrick, sophomores,
part were: Reginald Stanhope '29'RayU o s e s Most Successful
""""l ( ' " l l i n s a n d K "
P h Wurth. jun: i l l l l U i l ] summing meet will be conducted | D o l l a ^ ' l i S L b S h ' S t & w i r ' B n d ' ^ H d m
Oebating Year
,, ,| u . | L , u j s n Community Center on ! Wliitcy', frcshmun; Margaret Cmsler, El>za- iors;
Norman
Collins and Horace
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| Ijcth Corr, Margaret Nolan and Virginia l'ia- \ | . . , , r . s ,... i. , „ , , , „ . , , ,
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S a t u r d a y , May 11, Miss Waters an- tea, sophomores.
-wycrs, w p n o m o t e s .
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he - I I victors o ihe m e n s varsity
inillllfwl
Calisthenics: tdith Cincebox, Marion Lardebate team over the I lamiltmi loam oil
bey, Kollnyn Belknap and <;,,tru,k- Webb,
SEEKS T W O COACHES
the iict-'.it
If of the question ni tile
\rditll Down, 31, and the freshman ! freshmen; Marion Od.vell, Pachel C.albraitli,
.
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next
year's u senior
classm to
abolition
-, v.- ii the individual and class meets F.thelwynn Lusk and Etliel Loinan, sopho- men
A no l..,,,.•
.rtnir.tx
, l l I.,- nit,
i ,ocoach
tu„
ie j i i n rinsed the most
Wands:
Vera
llurni,
Rnbeita
Evejitt,
MarJ
basketball
teamof
the
T
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i n i t y Settlel u r d a j in the new gymnasium in Page ilia Can,lee and Ruth ba bck, freshmen; „,,.,., i„„, „
successI'til year in iniersclmlastic 1'nren
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\ :,
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Mall. I'hiise win! made the first lour llarlense
Brady,
Uutb
Kelscv.
Harriett
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vie relat.ous thai Man- ( nlk'nc has i \
:lass events Umincls ami Esther Veley. sophumores.
| Kuczynslci, 29. I lie work is to start
place- in the individual and class
I Clogging: Isabel Peaid, Ruth Isherwuod and .September or N o v e m b e r . Amplications
perienced.
w ill lie given credit for maid
All three s p e a k e r " g for
;' m "
! ° r ! i & .'enne^nd ^ i ' S ^ » ! , " v ' JX'
^" .!'' ' * ™«* <" '»« ' h ™ S > ' ^ ™ ' " !
aunltoii ile learn and mai vote for officers
next
box," he -aid.
voted Heir -pecchem;wurn and
tliai t h e jui> - \ - t e n i
\li— |)M\\II was awarded a silver l o v did ind. as IU c u p l o r scoring 8-1 points. Ethel
inhriviilh
defeelive.
nearl> all "thi'i team
ifl'er a -ill)
Inindliofer, 'JH. came in second with I
You'll like it at the
stitute plan to repl.n i I In mi
i point's; Helen X u r g o r d , '31, third
ALBANY
ilii 7,S points, and J o s e p h i n e Bennett,
sired lo r e m . n e .
Compliments
il. I, ,in ii. \\ ith 7?.S point-,
W e l l , , n . , i u i / e d ami sini...llil'
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Sunday s e r v ic e :
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and l i n e n s - p r i n t e d o r plain c o l o r e d .
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T H E R E ' S nothing most
college men would like better
right now t h a n to he able to
step into t h e living room a t
h o m e with a h e a r t ) "Hello
Everybody here I a m ! "
But of course you can't do
t h a t anywhere near as often
as you like- that is if home
is any d i s t a n c e away from
the campus.
Yet you can go buck as
often a.-, you wish l>\ telephone, A telephone call is tinnext best t h i n g to a visit. And
even if you live a long ways
oil' it doesn't cost m u c h if
you take advantage of t h e
reduced evening and n i g h t
rales.
That's v» Ii) so many college
m e n have a regular onee-aweek d a t e with I he family—
!>\ telephone. How a b o u t
starting yours tonight?
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS. MAY 3, 1929
NELSON WILL HEAD
Y.W.C.A. NEXT YEAR
''Delta Omega G e t s Presidency
For The Third Time
iln Four Years
I Mary Nelson, '30, will succeed her
sorority sister, .Mildred Lansley, '2'*, as
president of Y. \V. G. A. for next year.
This will he the third time in four
years that a member of Delta Omega
has had the office. Ethel DuBois '27. was
president two years ago. Margaret Stoiijtenburgli, '28, a member of Kia Phi,
was president last year.
Marcia Gardner, 'M\, was elected vicepresident and Catherine K. N'orris, '31,
undergraduate representative. A revote
is being taken this week between Josephine Holt and Marjoiie Wil-mi, [ r o l l
men. for secretary: and lietuem Ilea
•trice Van Sieeiiburgli and K'niL llugbi .,
.sophomores, for treasurer.
Installation of Y. W. ('. \. nl'lirers
for next year will he conducted a! a
meet ne Mondiv night ,ii X o'cluck ai
the Y. W. C A. laai-e li will he l.,l
lowed by a joint meeting • ! dii 'Id and
new cabinets.
The annual cabmel v.e.1, , "•! ai
Thompson's Lake will he M;n .-'). 25
5 MORE SENIORS GET
POSTS FOR NEXT YEAR
Five more seniors have obtained
teaching positions for next year, according to Professor John M. Sayles, secretary of the placement bureau. They are:
Marion Woolcock, who will teach Latin
al Jefferson; Bessie Lapedes, French at
Redwood; Marjorie Mix, English and
commerce al Roxbury; Helen O'Doniii II, mathematics and English at Rome;
and Ruth Warren, mathematics and physics al Kcrhciukson.
An opportunity will he offered li> two
men of next year's senior class to coach
basketball teams of the Trinity Settlement house, according to Anthony
Kuczynski, '2'). "The work is to start
Ssptembcr or November. Applications
should he made In nie through the mailbox," he said.
BENOIT NAMES COMMITTEES
Alice Hi imit. chairman of the junior
Hint for Moving l'|i day, has appointed
la I-. Diamond, Mildred Contain, Doro,.
,,
i,
,
Iln la lunar. Margaret Unrnap. and
k.iihrv.i \\\hsier as members of hei innnillei-.
- — —
KIRTLAND, EX-'30, MARRIES
I li< wi.rih Kirlland, t .\ 'Ml. and Mil
dr ,\ Hartow of Albanv, were married
Salinal.-n Mr. and Mrs. Ilendrick \
\ an Laer.Mrs.
'al. wh
I .aIT
re the attendants.
\
aer >•.w Irn
|.,|icd h i
.ii .,i Richmond l i
• I eduratiuii. and .
i l l a i i . l , )-. i.
i Delia Kim Hat. i
MEN MEET DPSALA
FOR OPENER TODAY
PEDAGOGUE WILL SELL
STATE FACULTY HAS
DE LUXE COPIES AT $3
"SELF INVENTORY"
For the first time in its history, de
OF TEACHING HOURS luxe copies of the Pedagogue will be
Faculty
members
are
conducting
a obtainable
by
previous
student
sub-
Visitors Lose T o S t . J o h n ' s self-inventory of hours spent in teach- scribers, according to announcement by
ing classes and in other college activities the editors.
By 11-1 Score, Getting
as part of an investigation to determine
Only 2 Hits
The de luxe copies will be sold to
the teaching load of each faculty member, l i is being directed by the college
administration and the state department
of education. A similar survey was conducted three years ago in the state normal schools.
ihose people who have already subscribed. The price will be S.3. The purpose of issuing such extra copies is to
provide a suitable gift for parents or
friends, the editors declar, These copies
will have gilt edges and the name of
die recipient will be engraved on the
cover.
DR. NELSON SPEAKS
Students desiring to purchase the newDr. M. ( i . \elson, assislain professor
book are recpiested to sign up for them
| "Although I am somewhat discouraged of education, spoke in Goshen Monday immediately as the de luxe copies will
J by past weather conditions which have on the topic, "Hypocrisy in Secondary he issued at the same time as those
I m . „ | t . | ) r a c l j C l . impossible," said Coach R. Education."
printed for general distribution.
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Of the World
The L'psala College nine of Orange,
N. J., which will open Slate's baseball
season ibis afternoon, has already played
several games, losing one of them to St.
John's College of New York City, 11
to 1, getting only two hits.
The varsity has had only three days
of this week for actual practice on the
diam
I, due to continual rain or cold.
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