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State College News
VOL. X l i r .
No. 31
STATIC COLLEGE
WORKMEN PLACING
SEATS IN NEW HALL
C r a c k s I n Concrete Flooring
Will Not De'ay Plans
For Graduation
I n s p i t e o f e a r l y fears l h . i t
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would
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lie s t r o n g e n o u g h
f o r seals, w o r k
progressing rapidly.
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to
is now
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when
that
long
time
i n e h c o a l i n g was a p p l i e d .
crack.,
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FOR TEACHEKS,
with
the
work
ol
installing
"No
allowance
s h a l l he m a d e
f r o m the i n f i r m a r y f u n d for accidents or i n j u r i e s i n c u r r e d in tin
organized inlerclass r i v a l r y , " were
the i n s t r u c t i o n s
D r . C. C a r o l i n e
Croasdale, college
p h y s i c i a n , received f r o m t h e s t u d e n t b o a r d o f
finance
this week.
no delays
w i l l he ready
In
occur,
in t i m e
the f o r e m a n
of
the
auditorium
for alumni and
the
workers.
The
T h i s r u l i n g was made about ten
y e a r s a g o h u t was i s s u e d as a r e minder alter the i n j u r i e s suffered
by
h'redcrick
A p p l e t o i i , '.i2, a n d
N o r m a n C o l l i n s , ',11, i n a n i n t e r
class fight last T h u r s d a y m o r n i n g .
The b o a r d w i l l m e e t M o n d a y t o
discuss the r u l i n g in r e g a r d t o A p
p l e l o i i w h o s e i n j u r i e s ret|tu'red a
doctor's attention.
will
completion
of
the
will
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LIMIT MAY BE SET
ON OFFICE SEEKING
Returns To Faculty
today,
installed
according
president
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of
association
in
a
to
the
Myskanias
joint
student
for tins
will
ber o f offices f o r w h i c h a s t u d e n t m a y
the
be a c a n d i d a t e
be lite
week
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and
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'The remainder
Will Recommend Change
To "Richardson H a l l "
Before Trustees
dent;
Catherine
Norris,
dent;
Isabel
Cladys
Bates, '50, song l e a d e r ;
Peard,
Peck, ' . I I , and F d w a r d
\\>,
'Though
the
name
of
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student
M i s s M a r t h a Jane A l b r i g h t , '27,
w h o w i l l r e t u r n as i n s t r u c t o r i n
h i s t o r y n e x t year.
WITH
'••• • ' ' " • - ' ^ " -
will
as a n a d -
recommend
association
the effect t h a t
that
the
pass l e g i s l a t i o n
to
no s t u d e n t m a y at o n e
l i m e be a c a n d i d a t e f o r m o r e t h a n o n e
secretary;
Prances
M e r r y , ',12, cheer
THREE INSTRUCTORS
GIVEN NEW TITLES
student
than
m a y at
one t i m e
o n e office
hold
in a n y one
more
activity.
This p r o v i s i o n , a m e m b e r o f M y s k a n i a
explained, will
not h i n d e r
being a candidate
a student's
f o r , or a h o l d e r
of,
one office in each o f t w o o r m o r e a c tivities.
The r e c o m m e n d a t i o n , i f a d o p t e d b y
the s t u d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n , w i l l p r e v e n t
a student's being a candidate for t w o
offices in a class or o t h e r o r g a n i z a t i o n .
11 w i l l e l i m i n a t e a g r e a t s h a r e o f t h e
u n w i e l d y m a c h i n e r y of e l e c t i o n s , b y
w h i c h a s t u d e n t m a y be e l e c t e d t o
m o r e t h a n o n e class office.
Since no
s t u d e n t now m a y h o l d m o r e t h a n one
class office, the successful c a n d i d a t e
t h e n has l o c h o o s e w h i c h he p r e f e r s
to h o l d . S u c h has been t h e p r o c e d u r e
in . h i s s e s t h i s s p r i n g .
'The n e w r u l i n g w o u l d s h o r t e n t h e
p e r i o d of v o t i n g , it is f e l t , f o r i l w i l l
m a k e a s t u d e n t c h o o s e o n e nl'l'nc f o r
w h i c h he w i s h e s t o r u n . 'This is e x p e c t e d t o n a r r o w t h e field f o r t h e o t h e r
candidates, and e l i m i n a t e the second
elections w h i c h are n o w necessary.
'The r e c o m m e n d a t i o n w i l l lie r e a d b y
a m e m b e r of M y s k a n i a
LEONA JEWELL, '29,
WINS ESSAY PRIZE
OF PI GAMMA MU
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HONORS
WILL BE MARSHALS
W o m e n . " " R a c i a l S i t u a t i o n s in N o r t h e r n
Colleges," an.I " l u t e
lioiial
Friends
•md T o e . "
Some leaders ..I llie g r o u p w i l l be
Reverend Moses R, C u l l ,,i W.,-1
.
|i t . M i F
Mi
in o i the W o t Id's Mud.-in C h r i s t i a n
T i l u c a t i o i i . M i s , S u / a m i e W r e d e l l of the
X'alioiial Board stall', and Miss |.,s,
phiiie l i n l i
he finance stall
h o u r students have signed up lo go
the
ilhce in a n y one a c t i v i t y , a n d t h a t n o
presi
FOR MEET THURSDAY\t:lZ.¥LWIV£»"P1
SENIORS
that
authority
the new constitution
Myskania
lite
"Richards
4 Y.W.C.A. STUDENTS
TO ATTEND JUNE MEET
time
use i t s
under
of
the commerce d e p a r t m e n t
faculty
These wall
u e u -e.,is H a l l " w i l l not he . h a n g e d t o " R i c h a r d member o l the finance hoard.
Phillips A n d Futterer
, .
i J sun H a l l " in t h e n e a r f u t u r e , P r e s i d e n t
The new M y s k a n i a members w h o w i l l Misses
Are Named Assistant
A . R. B r u b a c h e r has i n d i c a t e d t h a t he appear on the plat f o r m ar • :
u i l l i m t lie a l l o w e d t o start u n t i l t o Marion Flizahelh llotto
Professors
d a y , a l t e r s t u d e n t a s s e m b l y is o v e r , w i l l r e c o m m e n d t o t h e t r u s t e e s that
(.race M a r g a r e t B r a d y
the b u i l d i n g be so d e s i g n a t e d w h e n
a c c o r d i n g to President
-M R. U r n
Frederick W a i l e C r u m b
'I l u c e members o f the f a c u l t y
will
the home economics d e p a r t m e n t has
bacher.
Beverly V i v i a n D i a m o n d
have new titles next year, a c c o r d i n g to
The b a l c o n y w i l l ace
m o d a t e 500 been d i s c o n t i n u e d h e r e .
The N E W S
Sarah Louise T'.. Dubee
in announcement made by President A .
pi u p l e , w b i l e t h e e n t i r e
a u d i t o r i u m r e c e n t l y s u g g e s t e d t h a t t h e n a m e be
lane l u l i a h'ornianek
R. Brubacher. 'Two o f the changes were
w i l l h o l d 1.005.
There w i l l he r o o m
Tun ce F t h c l C i l b e r t
"Richardson
H a l l " in h o n o r of D r .
made in the F n g l i s h d e p a r t m e n t and one
'The
f o r Hill p e o p l e m i t h e s t a g e .
k a i h e i ine Teasdale < i r a h a i n
e m e r g e n c y c a p a c i t y of t h e a u d i t o r i u m L e o n a r d W o o d s R i c h a r d s o n , p r o !
in die hygiene d e p a r t m e n t .
Tinaiiticl (ireeti
w i l l be 1.200, a c c o r d i n g t o D r . I l i u
e m e r i t u s D\ C r e e k a n d L a t i n , w h o r e T'.lhel M a r g a r e t ( i r u u d l n i t e r
M . P h i l l i p s and M i s s
Miss Helen
t i r e d f r o m the f a c u l t y t h i s y e a r a l t e r
Anna Tobin Moore
\ g u c s F. F u t t e r e r , i n s t r u c t o r s in K n g Stage properties w i l l include a draw
55 y e a r s of s e r v i c e .
The n a m e " R i c h
M a r g a r e t loanna Steele
curtain, a panoramic curtain, a curtain
lish, w i l l he assistant professors next
I.oins Joseph W o l n c r
f o r i n t e r i o r sets, a n i n d o o r set, an o u t - a i d s " c o m m e m o r a t e s I'.llcu I I . R i c h They w i l l he installed by M y s k a n i a i ear. B o t h have master's degrees.
a r d s , the f o u n d e r of h o m e e c o n o m i c s
d o o r set a n d t h r e e b o r d e r s .
The f o o t
Dr. K a r l c J . D u r w a l d t , a g r a d u a t e of
at a secret meeting, the tunc o f which
l i g h t i n g w i l l be a d e q u a t e .
as a science, w h o h a d n o c o n n e c t i o n
this college, has been appointed assistant
is uni announced,
A l u m n i day e x e r c i s e s , b a c c a l a u r e a t e
p l i r t . l i a , C o r m l i y , '2'J, w i l l report to u s t r u r l o r o f hygiene. D r . M a r i o n C o l w i t h S t a l e t olle.ee as s t u d e n t , a l u m n u s |
s e r v i i e s a n d c o m m e n c e m e n t exercises
or faculty m e m b e r .
die student assembly on the f o u r t h an- lins, assistant i n s t r u c t o r in hygiene, was
w i l l he c o n d u c t e d in the new a u d i t o r
T h e \ T w s has r e c e i v e d s e v e r a l ex
mial conlereuce o f teacher t r a i n i n g i u - named assistant p r o f e s s o r in that dein i l l t h i s y e a r , a c c o r d i n g t o D r . I'.ru
vc'iich
she attended.
Miss p a r t m e u l , but resigned recently to study
bacher.
'The a u d i t o r i u m w i l l first he p r e s s i o n s of a p p r o v a l o f its s u g g e s t i o n , I * ! " " « ! ; « ' " .
•
,
,
•
,
,
tiorinliw
addressed the c o i i i e r e n c e on psychiatry at the M a n h a t t a n State H o s u s e d a l u m n i d a y , J u n e 15.
irom
lacully,
alumni
and
u n d e r - l h ( , ya]\w
„,- , . , , , , , n i r r j c l I | . | r activities pital.
graduates.
| m developing leadership.
Miss M a r t h a Jane A l b r i g h t ,
former
TT.e d e p a r t m e n t o f h o m e e c o n o m i c s ;
...__.._.
i n s t r u c t o r in h i s t o r y , w h o resigned recently In teach at C a l i c o o n H i g h S c h o o l ,
w i l l In d i s c o n t i n u e d t h r e e y e a r s h e n c e , n * CTIimrhlTC
Oir<\l
III*
f o l l o w i n g t h e g r a d u a t i o n o l t h o s e can 21
STUDENTS
SIGN
UP
d i d a l e s w h o h a v e e n r o l l e d i n t h e class
'The annual V. \ \ . ('. A . conference o l l n 5 2 .
N o m o r e candidates l o r the
al S d v e r T„o A ill be ibis .Mar i n . i n d e g r e e o f I! S. i n I I . K. w i l l he ad I ...
, i ,
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| tnue |.. managing the college C o - o p .
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in V
Ig people Will b. discussed
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include live i vents and those w h o take
any of the first three places in an.\ event
\'cl'5(1. prcsiih nl elect o l the stu
'Three ..tlier members of the f a c u l t y
w i l l receive credit
toward making a
deni V, W C. A .
h a i r resigned. They a r e : Miss J u l i a C.
i n a j o l team. 'Those w h o h a w enrolled
The lirst g r o u p called die P l a t f o r m
'Inn,
instructor
in home e c o n o m i c s ;
c o g n i t i o n of t h e i r h i g h s c h o l a s - I a r e : T'.velyn M c N i c k l e and A l i c e B i n g discussion g r o u p w i l l discuss the t l i Miss M i l l i c e n l T'.. B u r h a n s , supervisor
rages, President
A . R. B i l l I h a m , s e n i o r s ; M a r i o n Roberts, A n n a
. . . \ciw ,.i r e l i g i o n . 'The second g n
.I i n a c i i c e leaching in French in M i l n e
has d e s i g n a t e d
fifteen
s e n i o r s -Moore, K a i h e r i n e W a t k i n s F t l i c l C r u n d w i l l di.cuss the " w h a t " and " h o w " o l
i l i u j S c h o o l ; and Miss Jeanetta W r i g h t ,
shals n l t h e i r class f o r C o m h o l e r and M a n Hou.se j u n i o r s ; Healr
r e l i g i o n considering such topics as " l i e
, Van Sicenburgh, Margaret (ussier, Klhcl I " ^ l a l "
" i s l r u c t o r , „ c h e m i s t r y . I heir
bet's that M a t t e l " and " P r a u i c e s in the | n i c n c e i u e u l d a y .
. „ . , . , , ,, v
,,,. [ S m i t h . \ en.ii Idle-., I r e n e H i c k s , W i n , j " • ' ' • " " " " ' - ! ' ^ ' e
yet been chosen.
I He o | the S p u n . " I In interest g r o u p I
T i m f i f t e e n , as
1
;.
,. . ,
m d l l u r l b u l . M a n W i d g e r , lane Sc w d l discus-, topics
iteresl to all j B r u b a c h e r . a r e : I
i n . i n the old a u d i t o r i u m .
, he , ,
w i l until i h .
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. .i,
first
will
v i s o r y b o a r d t o the s t u d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n .
the
leaders; and Professor C. M . V i . r k , head
he t a k e n
be t h e
society
he re
of
3 1 , vice
organiza-
in
scats ill the a u d i t o r i u m w i l l be new.
At |
insialla
Hall.
will
honor
f r e s h m a n section o f the new a u d i t o r i u m
Page
in a n y o n e
tion.
,300 seats f r o m the old
in I law ley H a l l
next
association.
on
asso-
ciation take action to restrict the n u m -
year.
Approximately
auditorium
Myskania will recommend in a joint
assembly today that the student
Craves,
appear
p l a t f o r m . 'Today's assembly
last
officers
assembly
Kvclyn
will
Restriction Of O f f i c e Seekers
Will Ee Recommenation
By Myskania Today
MAY RENAME HALL
IN'3r-BRDBACHER!j;ir:r=t:,,f-3;,:^
lion
Seats f o r the b a l c o n y
new student
he
moved
present, conditions seem favorable for | He
successful
FRIDAY, MAY 21.
Both Myskanias W i l l A p p e a r
On Platform For Last
Assembly Of Year
of
If
Y,
INSTALL OFFICERS
IN ASSEMBLY TODAY
"No Funds For Rivalry Injuries",
Rules Student Board Of Finance
i i l g to pi es-. these i r a c k s hav e Mot ill
terfered
ALBANY, N.
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l u
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d
k
lew e l l . C e o r g i a n n a K i n g , R u t h K n a i p.
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\ | ; i n Mieucci, Paul Slate, R a n d o l p h !
' ' ' 'c-hinen.
Spngue
I.din S l u r n i R u d o l p h S w i n g 1
T h e meet w i l l be l o l l . . w e d In die |
( l a t a h'eilisteill, W, is coiifiueil to th<
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I t h i r d a w a r d night dinner of the year. Kllis hospital m ScheueclaiB as the re
in,| Helen, I'b.lle
il i.n i h
A w a r d s w i l l be give u f o r all sports o l
m l o f an a u t o m o b i l e
he I I I i r s h a l s w i l l assist the P r e s i
, ' " ' ".V", " . j " ' jlViiiit it'i V,7 d i ' l d o i l ' r i s t'o ' ' " ' , M ' ' ^ " " - T h e e.,i
nice in clutrge j Schenectady i
I early last Wednesd
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i n c l u d e d a i r iiigeineut,, i
i i i n g . D i . r . a l n Rubins, '.ill, who w
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. , , . I . V . , || L \. ,.,| '. M a n R a u l . ' 5 2 . i o , „ | , Mice t i i b l i n . ' J 2 ; also i n j u r e d s l i g h t l y , is attending class,
h e n - ' s e l e c t i o n o f "the i n i r s l n l s o n t h e ' l l l l ' " r ;
"• • , l ' a " ^ l l l l < n | . • i l • p u h l i c i l y , ' M i»s b V u M e u i is r e d . w r i n g
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i n - , hut w i l l ii..l he able to r e m
' " ! NOT RETURN THIS YEAR
I eoiia J e w e l l , '.'.'), is l l e w i n n e r o f
the Is'.s prize o f f e r e d b y Pi C a m i l l a M i l ,
h o n o r social science s o c i e t y , f o r h e r
essay on " W i n s o c i a l sciences s h o u l d
be t a u g h t in the h i g h s c h o o l , " a c c o r d i n g to A l i c e I. H i l l s , ' j y , s e c r e t a r y .
Pi C a m i l l a M i l has e x t e n d e d p l e d g e s
I " pi o.spectiv e m e m b e r s f o r n e x t y e a r .
B i d - arc based on s c h o l a s t i c s t a n d i n g
in t h e social sciences and l e a d e r s h i p
in the social sciences.
Those
who
received
bids
are:
Marion
Both.,
Mildred
Contain,
h iim.e i lilhert, Catherine H a r r i n g t o n ,
Rose H a n d l e r , C l a d v s N e w e l l , T h e r e s a
B . d . l l and Beatrice M c C a r t v , j u n i o r s ;
l . i l l v N e l s o n a n d h'.li/abeth M o r i a r i t y ,
sophomore.
D r . D a v i d H u t c h i s o n , head o f t h e
government department, and Professor
A d a m W a l k e r , of t h e e c o n o m i c s department, b.canie honorary members.
I he new m e m b e r s were w e l c o m e d
i n t o the o r g a n i z a t i o n al a d i n n e r in t h e
. . m a . v I . M U I I ol the I >e W i l t C l i n t o n
M o i d . Wuluesday
TWO FRESHMEN NAMED
FOR DEBATE COUNCIL
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r;ic li
student
has been
handed
a p u g ceremony mi M o v i n g I p day o r i g i n vbb.ii-.iord.
h.dgewoo.l,
L'tl-T
Donald
M C \ e l » . . n , i s s i s i a u t proles.s.u d i p l o m a , w h e t h e r it was h i s or n o t , ..IB . uue t r n i u the home o l Sir W a l l e r It ,i ant M i t c h e l l . "
. n :,, I'JUJ
; „ i do l since
ol
education,
will
conduct
., t w o ! , m i l had l o e x c h a n g e w i t h t h e o w n e r ' . S c o i i at A b h o t - f o i d . h'.nglaiid, in 181(1. j
Mr, R e y n oMl da ,. hreceived
a slip
the
w e e k s ' i o n i s e in s c h o o l a d l l l i u i s l f a t i o n i ! o l low u l g the p r o g r a m .
j \ \ asbuiglotl I n i l l g slipped the parent pi
at C o r n e l l I ' m v e i s i l v s u m m e r session J t . m u u e n i e i n e i i l w i l l he i n t h e new plain w h i c h grew on the Scott grounds ; lh.it l i m e has g i v e n l o o t s o l the parent
h e d u l etdi n sto sc uo m
n dmuecrt , Ja uu ndei t . i l17,
i u mil opresent
l
Page p l aHnas i l .a r eM co an rdr ai eyd, | while
was
ng
. gHl ias rho l and
d Wa. u T
i or i n o
pl
D o n ahe
ld C
r a n t l o uMr ii n
. l u lP
l , u kmnpocw n as " I I ; Dplant
o n , pto
i . u eauthors.
- . - o i of DKr n
t hl o
a Dsri .i i i i N
l aei l s ocno u riss e s c Here
The a c a d e m i c p r o c e s s i o n , \\ h i c h i M a r v e l " was t i e next a u t h o r m i the list ' d i e "Anecdote-, and Tgoisnis o f Henry
l i e w ill l e a c h t h e . la»S for l o u r w e e k s , o u t .
.1 owners of the stock o f the Mov iny j M a r k , u / i c , " received a slip u l the plant
.md w i l l t h e n t u r n II o v e r l o H a r o l d t r a d i t i o n a l l y m a r c h e s f r o m t h e steps
I t h e p e r i s t y l e b e t w e e n D r a p e r a n d I ' p day i v y . lit a signed slutemeill tu d u r i n g the last year f r o m M r . R e y n o l d
P. F r e n c h , p r i n c i p a l ol t h e M e n a n d s
The slip f o r M o v i n g I ' p day was o b I I l i s t e d H a l l s l o H a w ley H a l l w i l l p r o I 1 u v l e r Reynolds, Albany h i s t o r i a n . M i l
School.
1 1 l u l l says: " T h e s e ivy rootlets are f r o m tained by M a r g a r e t J. Steele, '50, f r o m
D r . N e l s o n also t a u g h t a l C o r n e l l ceed o v e r a d i T f e i e i i l r o u t e .
M
r
.
Reynolds. I t wa.s planted by B e r n a r d
F a c u l t y m a r s h a l s w i l l l e a d t h e p r o U plain which I b r o u g h t f r o m ' S u n n y I ' D i v e r s i t y last year.
The t w o w e e k s '
\ u e r h a c h , and the ivy o r a t i o n was d e C o l o r s w i l l be c a r r i e d by j side', l i v i n g ' s home, some
fifty
year:
c o u r s e w i l l he c o m p r e h e n s i v e , w i t h i n - c e s s i o n .
M r . I r v i n g had b r o u g h t one parent livercd by Louis M . K l e i n , '2lJ
tensive w o r k by students.
cuior m e n .
Di
K l e i n , '2 1 ', p r i sideiii of the debate conn
cd, announced today
'Tiny w i l l r e t a i n
membership
throughout
their
college
course, he said.
F l . c n , n i i o m e m b e r s h i p is based u p o n
ability lo debate and i n l e r e s l i n forensic
iciiv iiics. Rice was first speaker o n the
n u i i ' s varsity team w h i c h debuted the
luiuTsiiy
of Pittsburgh in February.
l i e was captain o f the freshman squad
w h i c h defeated the sophomore t e a m i n
April.
Miss K i o n i u a n was a member o f the
f r e s h m a n team w i t h Rice. She debated
f o r Schenectady H i g h school last year.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 24, 1929
State College
News
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State College for Teachers
.
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Managing
Editor
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Editor
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HIS SECOND CHILDHOOD
When young cubs in the two lower classes let their
sense of rivalry run away with them in interclass scraps,
their elders may look on in amused toleration. It is, perhaps, a feeling akin to that with which one can tolerate
puppy love. It is a stage through which the healthy and
normal youth progress; he is willing to leave such sport
for others when he has attained the dignity of an upperclassman.
We a r e surprised to find that Mr. Dtmcombe, styled' a
"graduate student," should have remained in the youthful
stage which will permit his cavorting about the streets in
the wee hours of the morning, helping in adolescent kidnappings. It is, of course, entirely possible that Mr. Duneombe has attained his second childhood. While it is admirable that an elderly man should remain "one of the
boys," he should remember that society may impose upon
adults obligations from which men in their 'teens are exempted. If there be more midnight cavortings, Mr. DunCombe may very well remain in bed.
Playgoer Gives Hazel Goodell Honors For Best Acting;
Eleanor Welch Plays The Freshly Charming Ingenue
BY
PLAYGOER
For Ihe second time this season, i mg in contrast to Katherine Graham,
honors for the best acting in a group of .'30, as the indignant mother, Miss Graplavs presented by the advanced drama- | l a n y s I l a t l l r a | geniality, however, overtics class go to Hazel Goodell, 3U, wliri c . m R , t h e s t c r i i n e s s peculiar to indignant
interpreted the role of a f sentimental | n l o t h c r S i
S
XVJSfffift.
st'^xpSccdl
The second whimsical play a dialog,,,
'h^ain^
tie irate v making the p u t , vvmen is one
It is with a feeling of regret, yet with a feeling of pride,
that the retiring NEWS board lays down its duties to the
student association of State College. Viewed from the
intangible as well as from the tangible aspects, the N E W S
has just experienced a tremendously successful year. T h e
retiring board docs not regard as of prime importance the
fact that it has four times eclipsed all previous records
set by this newspaper. Yet the editors, in retiring, must
give proper credit to the loyal staff members who have
made possible the winning of an ail-American title of
"superior" in a contest with college and university publications from all sections of the country; that the N E W S this
year has surpassed all its previous advertising inchage;
that it has this year published the largest issue ever, from
the point of column inches, and that in one month it has
published the greatest number of pages over any equal
span of its existence.
It is only proper that the NEWS should now express in
print what the college has long felt—the obligation of
this newspaper and the college to those students who
have founded and developed it. The greatest share of this
credit should go to Alfred Dedicke, '18, the founder, and
to Edwin R. Van Kleeck, '27, who took a struggling little
rag of a paper and made of it a newspaper. T h e influence
of these two men has been, and will be, long felt in the
held of publications at this college.
The NEWS this year has sought to steer a straight course
through a difficult year of transition. It has sought to kill
many of the petty things of pseudo-interest to students,
always with bigger things in mind. A survey of the editorial columns will show that the NEWS has sought to
lead student interest into the bigger fields rather than
into "peanut participation;" that the N E W S has welcomed
the abolition of the outworn post exam jubilee; that it
has aided in making the new constitution iron-clad; has
sought to develop a spirit of questioning in the freshman
class; has championed the formation of new social groups;
has aided in the reformation of the "get wise" party and
the abolition of its pernicious maulings; has encouraged
debating; has sought to keep the student t a x down to a
figure where all ma)' afford to share in the activities of
a student democracy; has sought the elimination of rainbow
loquea for freshman men; has urged the co-operation of
the smaller clubs when their interests are similar; has defended the reserve fund of the student association from
unwarranted appropriations for "hurdy-gurdy" entertainment; has sought to eliminate the popular use of "ringers"
in interclass basketball games; has advocated—unsuccessfully—a traffic light for the dangerous corner at State
and Western avenue; has advocated the furnishing of a
recreation room for use of students and faculty; has sought
to eliminate the tiresome repetition of announcements in
student assembly; has urged the renaming of the meaningless "Richards Hall" to honor Dr. Leonard W . Richardsou, professor emeritus of Latin and (Jreek; has advocated
a standard ring for the college, and is now seeking to
limit the number of student nliices lor which one may
he a candidate at one tune.
The NEWS IS pleased thai it has been able to work out
iN editorial policies without responsibility to any authorities
i xcept tin- student association and the better principles of
journalism. There has been no hampering of this newspaper by the administration or other faculty members. In
assuming tin, trust, the NKWS has likewise assumed responsibilities. These responsibilities are now passed mi to
tiie new NEWS hoard and staff, in the members of which
lie retiring board places the utmost confidence. T h e retiring editor envies Mr. Wolner and his co-workers their
opportunities for service to the college next year.
And MI, after a short year of directing the N E W S , the
auior members of the board and staff retire. It is "adieu"
i ' die college, not "vale," lot participation in student in
Iciesls loi foiu vears will necessarily b a d to an active
interest iii tin \i-.ws, the college and its students, though
w i In- alumni.
COWARDLY INSINUATIONS
Sportsmanship is a qualih which one naturally expects
to hud in his associates. The lew students who ire now
passing in
- in regards lo the mascot hunt . r e not
sportsmen when the) hint, ever so subtly, that members
of Myskama wire not true to then trust. At no time has
the ibarge hern made openly, hut it is generally understood
that Illinois are current of hints dropped by those charged
with the responsibility of supervising the hunt. The NEWS
brands as i.dse these rumors. They are more than false:
they are cowardly insinuations which reflect only upon the
sportsmanship of the losers in the hunt. If there were an>
truth to the rumors, there would be an open protest to
My-kiima. Lacking this, students will refuse to countenance
iinj such minor, and will brand the gossips as lacking in
ability to play the game according to rules.
BOOKS:
THE
PATHWAY'S
HENRY,
T H E
BLUEBEARD
WOULD
The Patlnvay.
By Henry Williamson. 397 pages. §2.50
New York: Dutton.
It is unusual in this day of speed and mass production
to find between the covers of a book anything of such
There is little plot, little
sheer beauty as The Pathway.
thrilling action, but the woven words often touch the
skies of greatness. We can readily sec why this book was
not chosen as "the book of the month," being discarded
in favor of that monstrous piece of fabrication, Cradle of
the Deep. If it were not for the sales records that face
us, we should say that its beauty would keep The Pathway
from selling more than a very limited edition. It is competition of caviar and sardines.
This is a tale of the English country, a tale of poetic
souls and nature, a landscape in words, a tragedy in beautiful loveliness, a masterpiece of contemporary writing.
This is a book that one will reread for the sheer lieaulj
of expression, not for the thrills of action. One can guarantee that it will never be madt into a cinema. Hut if it
could be put on the screen, all the master cinematographers
would be required to transplant its delicacy and beauty
to the cloth. In the present day of thrillers in books,
magazines and on front pages of newspapers, 'The Pathway
harks of peaceful rest fulness.
A remarkable piece of
artistry,
Randolph of Roanoke. A Pol,mot I antasiic. Hi Gerald W.
Johnson. _7H pages. $150. \ V « V,,rk: Million, Halch
and Company.
The many of our readers who have read with delight
Gerald \V, Johnson's popular Andrew Jackson will greet
with _ hearty welcome thai author's latest biography of an
unusual American. The hero this lime is Randolph ol
Roanoke, than whom no uioie unit u.d man has engaged in
American government. A wild, tempestuous man who was
often bitter, he tailed to ailain those things the mo,I deal
I',' iiim Vet In- inline, re :• 'ill fell in In. native -tale, and
Ins stirring aphorisms are a force In he conjured will,.
Ii is no disparagement of Mr. Johnson's work | u say
thai it is in the whole md starilingly new. T h e author
acknowledges thai he has freely drawn upon the monumental work of Senator William Cabell liiuec. and less
frequently upon the partisan biographies by Henry Adams
and Hugh A. Garland. This hook, though, is hound to he
far more popular than Senator Hruce's, due largely to its
being written in a more popular vein anil being reduced
from two volumes to one. Johnson's hook deserves a place
of honor beside his Andrew Jackson, with which it is uniform.
~-i>***Uvm
,.?.
Florence Kickard
will be genu
chairman of senior ball on M I,
June 17, iii tin- gymnasium of Page ll.i
' l . \ " r e "llmnr has her Cargoyk-s, ami Suite's according to Hetty .1. Eaton, president
Uincrvn has hrr n.hhi-h cans. And Minerva
he senior class.
is ,„„. up 'in the aforementioned
French
"The ball will be a strictly senior
cathedral, fur 1 lit- cans have been very carefully placed. Fact is, lliey follow the aesthetic fair, with officers of other classes
principle of bilateral symmetry.
If Minerva untied." -aid Miss Halo,,. The bid- v.
roulil stand with one foot on each can, she cost three dollars. T h e committee eb.i i
wotilt] hear a striking resemblance to Colossus
men in charge a r e : music, Anne !-1 i
,,, Rhodes.
Hut I'm incline,! to believe that
favors
and programs, Nut
if Minerva hail the free use of her limns. ford;
-he',I kick twice, and presto! she'd undo the Whcclock; refreshineiils, I leleu Ml i
horiilic i.'i la Sandburg) accomplishuieiii of nell;
decorations. Marion f o x ; ,,,
v i n e amateur artist.
Minerva, the tloddcss
Ib-v-crs and taxis, lairena Marcus
By W.M.I-
International
Arbitration
From Athens to Locarno. Hv
Jack
i II. Ralston. -117 pages. §5. Stanford I'm'vcrsity: Stanford L'niversily Press.
When ii tcriiatinnal arbitration and peace pacts retain
their front page importance in the daily pre--, it is particularly timeK thai Jud.ee KaNtm, shoitid write his International Aintralion
l-'rom Athens to Locarno,
T h e book
is divided into live parts, dealing with general principles
of judicial settlement between nation-, inllueiices working
toward this settlement, histon of arbitral tribunals, the
Hague I'oi'vciilioiis and their re tilts, and an :ule(|tiatc treatment ol the Permanent Court of International Iti-tice.
Judge Kal-loii, who i- widely known for his '/'/;,• Law
ami i'racctnic
o\ International
Tribunals,
also in the
Stanford series, writes in this hook of the progress in
arbitration from Greek mythology to the present Kello.ee
Hriand pact. N't isms cases are cited, with a thoroughl)
understandable summary of the decisions. Students of the
recent years in Kuropcan history will find particularly
valuable the summaries of the boundary disputes which
arose from the Treat) of Versailles. For the student ol
international relations in general, there is a lable ol arbitral
and other indicia] tribunals functioning between nations
front l7o-|, VM111 n fi-rcnecs to the sources.
..-
MISS RICKARD NAMED
COMMITTEE CHAIRMAl
COMMUNICATIONS
ARTISTRY
Henry V 111th. By Francis I lacked. -152 pages. ? ! New
York: Llorace Liverigbt.
It isn't all fun to he king. Just as Canute had his
troubles with the waves, so Henry VIII had his domestic
troubles with the numerous wives who would not obey his
commands in providing for (he future of (he dynasty. This
royal Bluebeard, despite bis imperial ability in severing
heads of disappointing wives, never found (he happiness he
desired. Long a tragedy of history, Henry V I I I now finds
himself the hero of a modern biography written for popular
consumption.
Its interest getting and interest holding powers can not
be doubted. This is one of the prime attributes of the
"close-up" style in biographies, Intimate and personal views
of the principal characters of the kingdom are done so well
that one may safely conclude (hat Mr. Hacked could do
much lo make popular the lives of even the most austere
and uuimaginary historical characters.
Here is a bit of history that will he far belter known
after the popular reading of this book in the volume which
its quality warrants.
.
" M a ! n P . f t ' 9, d U c e the pby. > ' « -"«" " " I n e . - °< * f - t o r s . Mar, „
Robert R a n k " '32, was less convincing f o x . 29. was a charming character „
n the r o e of a hardened engineer ar- blue and tinsel w.lh a surprising • „
ve from Brazil. He lacked the virility J"™ set of reaction . V rgtnta Shult,
,1 cL'rTcter that might become such an 30. was a dainty and picturesque U, ,-,
•xperienced gentleman, but he was very
Despite the lack of movement through
lieasing as an individual personality, out the play, the audience notably emm: .
h e a n o r Welch, '29, once more employed gave almost unbroken attention during
for an ingenue part was freshly charm- the entire scene.
Vol. X I I I , N o . 31
A CHAPTER ENDS
'
h
MINERVA
KICK?
,,f Wisdom, has garnered another
degree:
" t a i a r d i a n of the Cans."
While passing the
lighted Lady Wednesday morning, I thought
I overheard her chanting this mournful .1
"Cans lo left of me
Cans to right of me
lly Jove, cans inns, be cheap."
In behalf of Minerva, I Bin,
Voir inosi obedient servant,
ll.MIK
A L
( J
SAI
ilor.
KAI'L/
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the magazine
t o m. n
let'-, of t h e g r a d u a t i n g
c l a s s I'm
K.diior, Si \ I K (.uia.KCF. N E W S :
l o l l a r , r a t h e r t h a n t h e t w o d o l l a r - ,,i
Moo of butli freshman
and sopl lor
e'asses who participated i„ the tig
c o
a r I) c h a r g e d .
the campus last Thursday r e g a l exceeding!
M i s s S c l i l e i c h r e q u e s t s t h a i t h e •:
ilia, two of llieii number were injured, n
•criplinii b l a n k s be r e t u r n e d
signed
matter bow slight the hurt sustained.
However, in fairness lo all the men cm unit a s p o s s i b l e .
verucd, 111- .vents of the last week sh.uil
be r.nistiucil IIS a possible excuse for ill
BETA ZETA H A S DINNER
eliniinalion of the interclass lights and th
pole-rush.
lieta Xela will conduct its amn
I understand ,|,,„ Mjsknuiu abolished, a
aluiiini dinner loinnrrnw night at i
leas, temporarily, Ihe pole-rrish because il wa
IV Witt Clinton Hotel.
Mai::..
b.-lifved I hat numbers of the rival clas.c
n e r e heated by the morning conflicts and that I W a d s W o r l h , '.ill, is g e n e r a l
chair;!
possibly Ha-) would be more than eager to a n d K a t h e r i n e 11 ,'iin sw i n't Ii, '.ill will
give and lake in I hi- fight that night.
loa.slmtstress. I Jther connnillees
The aceii-aii.in thai the men of the two
. I.o-e- were really angry I brand a- false. Arraiigi-nienls, Miss I l a i n s w o i i h ; ,
Em)
man ivlm participated will testify as grains, Mildred
Hall, '.il, chain.
lo ihe triiili ,.f ibis assertion.
T h e lighting, Marjiiric
I hinliain,
'.il; llan
The cla-ses harbored
un bard
'%;;:!;:;a^L,„
feeH.ig
Iowa,,I I
„„a„:„„i,
Mn-ie.
A,i
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Ibis c 'lie, especially oil the evening pi e
cell',,,, Moving t ' p day. Wile, rep. eseiilalive.of Ihe classes eon l i n e d with Dr. Hod..,, he,
last Thins,lav. all weie willing to continue ihe
pole rush.
\ , I recall il, III. Iliuba.hei ,-ien
l-ave bis peinu.viiuli for lliem lo do so,
Tin lights aroiool Moving l'p ,|a> a i e on,
il Ihe few inclliuds of infnriniiig ' Ml,,manIb.ll - o n e men attend ibis college
| , \ ,|„.
> tunc tin-) a.e II, suiiiMeni evideue,. i ,
be ooi-i
Kvi-n Hie gills ,.l ,1
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e ol t h e m o s t u l t r a m o d . n
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e d i t o r ele, I ol t h e I
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said t o . l . u
| | e cited .,s h i s autlioi
ilv H e l e n a K u b e l i M e i n , i h e u.
i l l h k n o w II u i a k e i o f . o s
iTile new lellerliead now n o d
" i h e s l a t , - l i o n , n e w y i n !. s l a t , . ,•'
l e g e f o r l e a , III i s , a l h a i i ) . n e w o n l
fri'tlei ii I- w a i l e ct i i n i b , e d i l o i
\ l e i i i | . e - | in a l e a p o l p i i . n n • d
lo brew III the I.ion
lb.
I'llblieilloii-, olln e w h e n stall in. u
bcis vvere iiurndtli eil lo ihe low. i
case h l l e r s .
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 24, 1929
YARSITY AND R P I \New
CLASH TOMORROW
Course mn Treat child As Product of Family;
6C o l lInstructors
Will Conduct Study With Conferences
e g e w i l l v i e w an i n t e r e s t - c o n d u c t e d o n t h e c o n f e r e n c e p l a n , d i s -
State
ing
Trojans Beat Pratt Institute
By Score Of 8-4, And
Hamilton, 2-1
I'.y
Ai.r.x.\ xw.u
play
to T r o y
the
tomorrow
Rensselaer
Ittte n i n e at 2
The
anil
stillest
he
will
three
I'ratt
4, g e t t i n g
w ith
the
t h e \ ar-.il \
w ill
I'aee
lo
lias
this
season.
already
played
taking
Institute
lour
the
of
hits;
lirsl
the
third
College,
feated
the
7
lo
one
game
_'
Cuioii
I l a n l i l t o i i , 2 to
Inion
L--
I,
might
h.n.
I ' i l l . hard,
the
R
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hall
will
ol
hi
sv l . i , h
hard
I'
I
he
is
pn - o l
AIII
nine
and
and
Cold
at I In
walked
Dnday.
will
and
t i e r s l e n , the > ati In r, a i r
ol
the
leehniral
though
l-loyes,
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nr-iiiiit.
ih,
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hie g m . s j
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h d d r i d g c . t h r u l i r s l h a s , m a i l . ,n
( | |n ,
' '
Allan H u r l i n g Good Ball
Leo AM.MI. S i . . I , '
p i t , I n r. i , excellent
hall
no!
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,d
I, - I s .
All
ihe
lu-l
two
t h e l e a - l , a l i n e p i t , h u m r« . ,,'r.l
w i l l he ably
support, d In
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lot I
I n
I lie l l i eat.
Maxwell
I'r.imi
.loci
e a r n , red d i n e I
home
run. a double
and
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( M h c r b i g g n u - i n I he n i n e ' - o i l ' . u - i \ e
l.lsl w eek W el e l o i n ! , a p l a i l i s \ , m i
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media
through
reading
while
outside
.ailed
upon.
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of
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and
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l l l o l , hook-, w i l l ' o l l l l< , w . n d m a k , place l o r
mg til, h i l l , ) .
1 -p.'oe l i m e , M i . , 1 old,
believes.
I'.
Caroline
college
physician;
Morris,
assistant
lion;
of
Dr.
Miss
Llizabclh
professor
economics
Randolph
of
lessor
oi
home
Alice
K.
Ryder,
assistant
economies,
instructor
!
, n.s
.,,-cording
ois,
instead
Inis,
d i r e i toi
to
of
their
from
and
in
of
the
specialized
division
of
ol
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x
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o|
New
Ihtibachci
p,,,lessor
Vnrl,
heartily
Helen
Mead,
poem at
ihe
Moving
Preshlelll
L'p d a y
prize
for
"Winter
pro
by
Miss
Miss
the
best
Moon."
endorses
on
the
faillih
as
an
Il 'involves
all
the
with
story
made
Pelt/.,
instructor
. com.uiies.
The c o u r s e w i l l he k n o w n
as I ' . r o n o i n i e s / .
Two
unusual
courses
have
hern
Rudolph
W u r t h , '30, w h o
will
added to the home e c o n o m i c s depart
•present ( l a m i n a c h a p t e r of K a p p a
incut.
The
first,
"Income
and
11 - |
M a n a g e m e n t , " is a p i a c t i c a l c o u r s e o n ,
D e l t a R h o at its n a t i o n a l c o u v e i i
t h e d i s t r i b u t i o n of o n e ' s i n c o m e ,
It
lion.
w i l l l e a c h a s c i e n t i f i c p l a n n i n g of a
budget.
T h e second, " A r t
in
DaiU
L i f e , " deals w i l l , the s e l e c t i o n . , / c l o t h
WURTH
ATTENDS
JUNE
NATIONAL CONVENTION
R u d o l p h W u r t h . '.Hi. w i l l represent die
Stale I d i r g e chapler of k a p p a D e l t a
h'ho .it the u a l ' o i i a l Convention of ihe
i r a t e r n . t y al P i i r d u , I u n c i s i i y , I n d i a n a ,
J,
. Delegat, - f r o m all the cha
he an I- o l ihe T h r l a chapli
\rlliur
M.
tllliu;
i
Schiiiectad
eland c i - n l ,
w i l l p i e - i d , ai the .'••
vc i n : , .n.
" W i n t e r M o o n " is the s t o r y o f I z z y
Sclmtzeiibcrg,
whose
song
"Winter
| M o o n , " is the hit o f a B r o a d w a y r e v u e .
Izzy's fame and w e a l t h last o n l y l o n g
enough f o r h i m to be d i s a p p o i n t e d in bis
love f o r a c h o r u s g i r l , be s w i n d l e d o u t
o f his money by a (jueslionable b r o k e r ,
and at last have his p o s i t i o n usurped
and his song replaced by the m a n w h o
had succeeded h i m as p i a n o p l a y e r at
;:J:;ivt i s ; S J S •a.-"p.
,,
.
. , ' - ' - J " " - . w , m l ' . " ' ' " p n u t e d in the
" w l " h l ' ' ' |L-»1-. follows:
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I
- a l l o v e r New Y o r k S l a t e , c o m e
the
',i . l l l l l '
pe, iple
W e meet
ill
olll
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W e need, t h e n , to s l i u h the
h o m e M o m v.
lis a n g l e s .
In o r d c i
l o d i i b i s i l l e e l h i d y . s.W eral d e p a i 1
' i n , n l - w i l l i n i ipi i a l e in b r i n g i n g help
•lolll l l . e e heldI h e c l a - W i l l he
NETMEN WILL OPPOSE
HAMILTON TODAY
ih,
s l a t , ( o i l , ge t e n u i s I r a n i w i l l
in, el I . m i l l i o n I o i l , g , i his a i l e r u o o i !
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P . . i l l Win.i h P i e i r .
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p i . ..iii.-il i i i „ h i ihe d i r e c t i o n o l M i - , ,
Won
I i i n . I. i
l o , i i i s i n u i,,i iii L u g
li h, a, I h r , i i d . I o n i a n , , | Page H a l l .
in
English.
home
this
w i l l he a- l o l l o w s a c c o r d i n g to l o s e p i i
ll.rn.w,
'20.
the
captain:
.Samuel
i , „ . p . i . 2 " . w ill p l a \ the l u - l s i n g l e s ;
I I , I M v w i l l p l . n I h , second singles.
' .ii-l I . n h o x . 22. Ihe t h i r d , and Ran
,! Iph ' , p - , e i , e . ' j o , m a n a g e r , w i l l p l . n
ih,
i n , ,I
-ingleiiialch.
Ihe
first
,|, I I d . - e ill d , p, m l on I I , in,w
and
the
exer-
his
Catherine
prose
educi
problems
was
The a w a r d s w e r e
I". Winehell.
moniics depart
.ne of the in
hi
'32,
25 f o r
ci-es I i id .v. James Cassidy, '30, w o n the
head
ol
students
than home
by
the "h'.cho" p r i z e o f
child
I. v i l o p i i u o l a n d p a r t n i a l e d u c a t i o n
.Mat,
best
Miss
different
one
"Lesson"
awarded
II
eilttea
department;
Ixcini,
James Cassidy, '30, Wins $25
Award For Short Story,
'Winter Moon"
Cioas.lah .
Professor A d a m A. W a l k e r ,
the
Anna
co-operate
are:
con.cn
volunie,
CLASS WILL PRESENT
PLAY BEFORE ALUMNI
I , I ,. 21.
i
I n , h,
Pol,a. i
k l l l - i la,
Ml,.,, p
ihi.ii
Dr.
will
course
li\
W I n I HI,
\ n , nlaig, d
w e l l ,, • al
Wiiichell:
who
this
•-. »> |^,sn::ua,,d,ec:,no;,,,,i,car i/;
he a t t a c k e d
Wise, i t ' w l i ' l he l l l l v , , |,I 111. p i o h . l h l , III,, lip
KlIC/Mi
instructors
teaching
{
and
utilized."
,
lis.
I-
of
he f r e e l y
' , m , l process.
,11
Anthony
problems
conferences
i,ai.
III
which
many
; l n se
up ! - p " l lighl
V 1||
n
-liaight
be c o n -
plan,
as
The
in
will
school
studies
.,ud ! head o l the h o
, | | incut, who
will
-I i n , ioi-s oi t h e n e w c o u r s e , s a y s :
[ A he i m p o r t a n c e n o w a t t a c h e d t o the
t n n . t i< >n of e n v i r o n m e n t in Ihe (level
I.ml
o p i n e i i ' ,,l t h e i n d i v i d u a l t h r o w s the
It,- k e i p s
l o l 111. M . i l e
lend
nrxl
I ' m , h a u l . n-lded
lei Hit I d . r,
will
in a
work
Case
lac- | ively .
They
lapled
to
the
Heeds
a j o r i n g ill o t h e r
fields
:, Id. l i k e p s y c h o l o g y o r h y g i e n e .
Il
ouomies.
i , h first s u g g e s t e d h y D r . h ' l i l h
\u
two
tin
subject
by
products
as u n i t s
conference
attended
enable
themselves.
Eliminates One-Sided Attack
the
inert
than
as
sought
haled
last
Purple
will
pupils
people
provide
informa-
problems,
s t a r t i n g w i t h those fell by high
I a r t i s t i c s u r r o u n d i n g s are an u n i i e c e ' - a . w h a n d i c a p to i h r t e a c h e r , and t h e
m i of t h i s cotir.se is t o d e v e l o p t h e
f l i s t i c sense ill p e r s o n a l f u r n i s h i n g s ,
I he , o i i r s c
intends
l o teach
til
1 1
ll acM
l l u
I*'
"
*
'
"
'
'
l
woon oc m
o ui r s e s w i l l be I
unaa-,, p. c i n e t e a c h e r , o a t t a c k his p r o h - ; | | (T„ hl l ee s
, e Kt e
2-1. r r s p r . t
a
Stall
Hamilton, whieh
This
a
school
., n~
is ..
In
mi
IK
since
hr.ind
,,,pah!i
to
see
a family, rather
reference
thai
pilch,r.
to
to
which
cussions based u p o n definite
field
with
.lil'fe, cut d e p a r t m e n t s ,
ill
we,k's game with
I huisday
or
Setnal
ireak.
l i n e I n n h r. a n d il he p i t . hi - t i n
attempt
teacher
him
high
uui
hem
will
and experience
her
will
meeting.
score
-Imr.im:
"The
different
a s s i g n e d i n s t r u c t o r s a,s are free at each
second
tut n
when
six
curriculum,
prospective
will
I 1.1 m i l i o n
in
to the
lass r o o m .
one
hit, and
wilh
year
with
tion
of
l l r o o k p n, H t o
lo-nig
of ') l o II. o b t a i n i n g
the
Id
Strung
to I ' n i o u C o l l e g e by the d e e i - i v e
ning
will
Insli-
very
State
thai
team
eontests,
irion
a
furnish
upon
Trojan
added
dueled
h;ive
opposition
railed
The
Polytechnic
next
course
i he c o u r s e
o'clock.
engineers
outfit
In
the
afternoon
a
instructors from four departments,
SetinoR, '21
T h e Stale College baseball lean,
travel
experiment
Family."
FRESHMAN IS GIVEN
$25 POETRY PRIZE
Fraternity Delegate
4>i• t w h y H i - i t c ? S h e ' d m u c h
r a t h e r hear your hearty "Hello!"
Of course you can't make the
t r i p o u t there i n p e r s o n . I t u t y o u
can telephone t e l l h e r a l l t h a t ' s
happening
how y o u ' r e ".el I i l l " ,
a l o n ; i , a n i l those o t h e r t h i n g s t h a t
m e a n so m u c h l o M o t h e r o r D a d .
And a l the same l i m e fjcl t h e news I r o m h o m e .
T h a t ' s u h \ so many eollcfie m e n arrange l o telephone
h o m e regularly one n i " h t each week.
T o n i g h l s a y o o d u i g h l l o s t a r t . How a h o u t il'.''
-^Xi'i mi'iVf--..
NEW y€B^B\ T E I EPHCNE COMPANY
4
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 24, 1929
THEY CAN SWING THEM HIGH AND LOW
KIDNAPPINGS AND DUCKINGS FILL
TWO DAYS BEFORE "MOVING UP"
NO TESTING BUREAU
TO BE ESTABLISHED
Conflict With Official S t a t e
Bureau Causes Decision,
Dr. South Says
Forcible Removal Of Coats Is Followed By Struggle On Campus;
Collins And Appleton Are Injured In Noontime Fight;
Myskania Upholds Cancellation Of Pole Rush
There
had o n e . "
Conversation
after
that
languished
while
splintered
electric
and
interlocked
more
getting
mores
off t h e s t e p s
walk,
where
the
steps
and
Finally,
in
shades
and
under the impact
freshman
bodies.
succeeded
light
bannisters
creaked and groaned
of
temporarily
the
the
sophofreshmen
two
a n d to
sopho-
the
struggle
side-
continued
unabated.
Sophomore
The
cause
seemed
sophomores.
ensconced
struggles
for t h e
hopeless
Basch was already
safely
sat on h i m , a n d
were growing
a sudden
amazons
corner
Help
in t h e b a c k of t h e c a r w h i l e
two freshmen
with
Girls
shout,
appeared
and
weaker,
four
from
sprang
when
sophomore
the
around
to
While the girls fought
Lyons'
his
rescue.
the
fresh-
m e n , o t h e r s r a n t o t'le h o m e of
Cath-
erine
Norn's
follow
and borrowed
the freshmen,
napping
attempt
When
scene,
this
the
should
scattered
while
car a n d shot
their
appeared
freshmen
yelled
her car to
kid-
succeed.
car
sidewalk
lighting
on
the
on
the
"Sophomores!"
Duncombe
and
started
his
away.
I hen c a m e
With
with
a long and stern
Basch
blindfolded
and
chase.
safe
in
t h e b o t t o m of t h e c a r , D u n c o m b e
went
from
turn-
road
to road, twisting a n d
ing, but c o u l d n ' t s h a k e t h e s o p h o m o r e s
olf.
Finally, be turned into a side lane
and
turned
freshmen
vent
the
lights
Basch's
any possible
worked.
and
off
held
outcries.
The sophomore
Duncombe
while
mouth
doubled
cope
with
dogs
as
the elements
best
outwitted
The
rust-
car went by,
was de-
a m i l e in t h e c o u n t r y
the s o p h o m o r e s
been
pre-
on his tracks.
T u r n i n g up a dirt r o a d , B a s c h
posited about
the
to
he
could.
realized
and
to
farmers'
Meanwhile,
that
and returned
they
home
had
to
Mild
out a general alarm.
Booth Is Kidnapped
The
sophomores,
with
augmented
forces, w e n t b u n t i n g for t h e p e r p e t r a t o r s of t h e o r i g i n a l k i d n a p p i n g t o s e e k
r e v e n g e a n d p e r h a p s r e g a i n t h e i r lost
c l a s s m a t e . T h e y w e r e s u c c e s s f u l in a t
l e a s t tin- first p a r t of t h e i r d e s i g n s .
Ernest Booth was trapped as he was
returning h o m e from
his successful
mission, a n d b e c a m e an
involuntary
g u e s t of I b e s o p h o m o r e s .
After a ride
ol s i x t e e n m i l e s i n t o t i n - c o u n t r y , h e
w a s r e l e a s e d t o shift l o r h i m s e l f .
Ha.sch, m e a n w h i l e , h a d f o r t u n a t e l y
e v a d e d I lie a m b i t i o u s f a r m d o g s a n d
returned
In t h e m a i n
road.
After
MHiie t i m e In- g o t a r i d e b a c k t o t o w n
w h i r r be found the s o p h o m o r e s con
gi.ilulaling themselves.
To prevent
kidnappings
the next
da>, the s o p h o m o r e s
took
ibe prec a u t i o n ui m o v i n g D u n c o m b e ' s c a r t o
Elk street a n d N o r t h e r n
Boulevard,
a n d lu m a k e .surely d o u b l y s i n e , t o o k
Hi" i a m f r o m b i s d i s t r i b u t o r c a s e , t h u s
p u t t i n g his c a r mil of c o m m i s s i o n for
a s IOIIK a s t h e s o p h o m o r e s s h o u l d d e ii ee
B y i b i s t i m e it w a s .i o ' c l o c k .
The
sophomores decided to stay
together
for tin- r e s i o f t h e n i g h t , a n d s i n c e
there w a s n o single h o u s e that could
a c c o m m o d a t e a l l of t h e m , t h e y d e c i d e d
to enter college a n d sleep s o m e w h e r e
in t h e b u i l d i n g
They
evaded
the
night w a t c h m a n and c o m p o s e d them
s e l v e s t o s l e e p o n t h e r u g s of t h e
year,
be no educational
bureau
the
by S t a t e
according
assistant
to
Dr. Earl
professor
would
stale
of
B.
next
South,
education.
be
A
conflict
with
bureau,
and
impractical,
Dr.
testing
therefore
testing
College
such a s this would
official
S o u t h said.
T e s t i n g service such a s was
a v a i l a b l e t h i s y e a r will b e c o n t i n u e d
next
y e a r a s t h e l a b o r a t o r y a n d field w o r k of
E d u c a t i o n 112.
This
course,
semester's
which
was formerly
work, has been
full y e a r c o u r s e .
one
changed
Education
lo a
112 will be
open mil) to seniors a n d g r a d u a t e s
the
consent
both
of
semesters
Dr.
South.
m a y be
with
Either
or
taken.
T e s t i n g s e r v i c e will b e g i v e n in o r d e r
After b r e a k f a s t i n g on buns a n d milk
a t t h e e x p e n s e of t h e c a f e t e r i a , t h e
s o p h o m o r e s r e p a i r e d t o t h e h o m e of
E d w a r d O s b o r n e a n d g o t his Cadillac
touring car.
N o t content with the
punishment meted out to Booth, they
wanted
lo kidnap J o h n
Delehanty,
captain
of t h e f r e s h m a n
pole
rush
team, a n d deposit him on some country road.
T o a s s u r e his s t a y i n g a w a y
until such
time as the s o p h o m o r e s
should w a n t him to return, they w e r e
g o i n g to m a k e h i m forfeit his t r o u s e r s .
Unfortunately
for
the
sophomores,
when Delehanty received a suspicious
p h o n e call, o s t e n s i b l y from
Edward
M e r r y , his c l a s s m a t e , telling D e l e h a n t y
to c o m e to s c h o o l at o n c e as he w a s
needed for a possible f r e s h m a n - s o p h o m o r e l i g h t , b e s e n t o u t m e m b e r s of
his family t o r e c o n n o i t e r the n e i g h b o r hood.
R e p o r t s of a l a r g e c a r p a r k e d
a r o u n d t h e c o r n e r of h i s h o u s e a n d
filled
with
sweat
shirted
men, obviously s e e m e d u n f a v o r a b l e to h i m , for
he s t a y e d safely inside.
After waiting twenty minutes, the
sophomores
became
tired and went
back to school, where they removed
s i x f r e s h m a n c o a t s in a r a i d , g e t t i n g
away before t h e nine o'clock class w a s
out, with its inevitable f r e s h m a n reenforcements.
T e n m i n u t e s later, t h e
s o p h o m o r e s r e t u r n e d a g a i n for coats,
but this time, t h e freshmen h a d m o r e
men a n d would not give up without
T h e struggle
evidently
a struggle.
w a s t o o n o i s y , for P r e s i d e n t A. R.
B r u h a c h e r h a d to come down to quiet
the contestants.
will
bureau conducted
A n i g h t of e x c i t e m e n t a n d a d a y o f fighting r e s u l t i n g in t h e i n j u r y o f t w o
students a n d t h e t e m p o r a r y abolition of pole rush f e a t u r e d p r e - M o v i n g U p d a y
activities.
N o r m a n C o l l i n s , ' 3 1 , a n d F r e d e r i c k A p p l e t o n , '32, first r e p o r t e d a s
s e r i o u s l y h u r t , w e r e n o t s e r i o u s l y i n j u r e d , it d e v e l o p e d .
W e d n e s d a y night, seven freshmen hired the c a r of F . L. D u n c o m b e , g r a d u a t e
student, and went on a kidnapping tour.
Fate seemed against them.
Horace
M y e r s outwitted them, F r a n k O t t w a s out, a n d they just missed Russell Ludium.
F i n a l l y , t h e y d e c i d e d t o c a l l it a n i g h t a n d r e t u r n h o m e .
room.
T h e y slept for t w o
Charles
Lyons, a n d Alfred
Basch faculty
w e r e s i t t i n g o n t h e s t e p s of c o l l e g e h o u r s w h e n t h e y w e r e a w a k e n e d b y
t h e b a n g i n g of t h e s t e a m p i p e s a s t h e
house when the car with the freshmen
heat w e n t o n for t h e d a y .
drove up.
H e r e w a s a r e a l find f o r
S i n c e it w a s a l r e a d y d a y l i g h t , n o t h e m , for L y o n s w a s pole r u s h captain. b o d y w a n t e d t o g o b a c k t o sleep, a n d
The freshmen
dismounted
a n d cau- the s o p h o m o r e s therefore sat around
A t h a l f p a s t five, o n e of
tiously encircled t h e t w o s o p h o m o r e s . and talked.
l o o k e d o u t of t h e
a
ride?"
asked
E d w a r d the s o p h o m o r e s
"Want
w i n d o w t o see liooth trudging painMerry, their spokesman.
fully a l o n g , j u s t a r r i v i n g h o m e
from
" N o t h a n k s , " r e p l i e d L y o n s , "I o n c e his e x t e n d e d trip.
uf
filing
South.
uf
possibly
handle
according
to Dr.
work
as the class can
will
lie
undertaken.
in t h e c i t y t e s t i n g p r o g r a m ,
Work
this
requests,
As much
year,
schools
would
will
will
he
also
like t o test
continued.
be t e s t e d .
begun
Private
The
class
s c h o o l s of S t a t e
Col-
to Dr. South.
lege a l u m n i , a c c o r d i n g
S o m e ui t h e s c h o o l s w h i c h w e r e t e s t e d
thi
year
Koeseville
Sch,ml,
are
Congers
High
School,
Albany
High
General
St.
and
Peter's
Test
students
Roeseville
ISSUE
LION
SOON
nencement
number
of t h e
Linn will In issued liefi.re e x a m i n a t i o n s ,
Rankins I s Seized
Both
sides
were standing
a r o u n d according n F r e d e r i c k C r u m b , '.ill, eiliafter
this
untimely
visit
w o n d e r i n g tor-in-chief.
what they would do after their expulsion,
when
the sophomores
suddenly d a s h e d outside, followed by the
freshmen, to where the s o p h o m o r e car
was
parked.
While
the
freshmen
vainly tried to keep the s o p h o m o r e s
a w a y , tin- s e c o n d y e a r m e n p o u n c e d
mi
Robert
Rankins,
the
freshman
c a u s e of t h e d i s t u r b a n c e , w h o h a d b e e n
a t t e m p t i n g i n a m p u t a t e a v i t a l p a r i of
the car.
T h e y seized h i m hand ami
loot, b u n d l e d him into the car, a n d
started swiftly a w a y .
These luetics It-f t sum.' uf ill.- sii|ih.unorc-B
uii|jiuem.-il. Tin- few who hail linrn lighting
HI the campus when tin- mi marled, uul away,
., while
",.' "h.'i.'i'y
NEWCOMB WILL EDIT
FRESHMAN HANDBOOK
the
be a s s i s t a n t
Date
lyn
'31,
wi
•dil.it in chief,
Kellev
. ml
Jean
will
O t i s , '31
The
Minkin,
Catherine
Hind
sophomores
ALICE WALSH WILL BE
HEAD OF FRENCH CLUB
Mice
\ear
Ended
Helen
editors a r e :
French
Rivalry
b,
present
iiounced tod iv.
lift It-
Unorganized
N'ewc
Law r e n t e
e d i t o r - i i i - c h i < f in t h e F r e s h m a n I
hook, Xelta Miller, p r e s i d e n t cl,
Esther
W alsh,
ITaiiinis,
«lub
\'>2<) .in
Sluitis,
'.ill, w i l l
'."J,
< illicr
.ire:
'.ill:
as
succeed
Hen
president
..liners
Vice
|',„
ol
ihe
president,
sen-elan
Silvia
Albany
School
li. S o u t h , a s s i s t a n t
enrolled
courses
Schenectady
professor
upperclass
in h i s test
and
have
conducting
been
a s u r v e y of t h e R o e s e l v i l l e
T h r e e s t u d e n t s greet s p r i n g with Indian clubs,
A b o v e , left t o r i g h t
E d i t h C i n c e h o x a n d J a n e M o o r e , f r e s h m e n ; b e l o w , E s t h e r M o o r e , '32,
li
f r o n t , c r o u c h i n g f o r a b r o a d j u m p is G e n e v i e v e I'. D o w n e y , '.12, at t h e r
in
s t r a w b e r r y f e s t i v a l of t h e G i r l s ' A t h l e t i c a s s o c i a t i o n .
the
education, a n d a g r o u p of
urements
27
St.
Hospital,
asylum.
Dr. E a r l
ui
Hospital
High
for Girls,
Academy
Agnes Sch,ml. Albany
Orphan
.School,
L'nadilla
Road
meas-
sch,ml,
during
the
Stop
last
three days.
T h e work has included the administerand scoring
of
more
t h a n 375
ing
achievement
tests
in t h e
elementary
g r a d e s . T h e s u r v e y is b e i n g d o n e a t t h e
r e q u e s t of t h e b o a r d of t r u s t e e s o f t h e
s c h o o l of w h i c h R o b e r t J . S h i l l i n g l a w ,
'2 l J, will h e t h e p r i n c i p a l n e x t y e a r .
W o r k o f t h i s s o r t m a y b e c a r r i e d on
by t h e c o l l e g e t e s t s a n d m e a s u r e m e n t s
q roups which come u n d e r t h e superv i s i o n of D r . S o u t h n e x t y e a r in t h e
f o r m of a d i s t i n c t test b u r e a u . T h e s e r v ices o f t h i s b u r e a u will b e a v a i l a b l e for
school principals t h r o u g h o u t t h e stale,
especially with r e f e r e n c e lo t h e analysis
or r a w s o r e s m a d e on tests.
Examine Student Nurses
Dr. E a r l li. S m i t h , a s s i s t a n t p r o f e s s o r
of e d u c a t i o n , g a v e 17 m e a s u r e m e n t t e s t s
to t h e e n t e r i n g c l a s s of n u r s e s in Ihe
Albany General Hospital recently. T h e
p u r p o s e n i tlu- t e s t s w a s t o f o r m a b a s i s
l o r individual d i a g n o s i s a n d a d v i c e and
s e c n u d a r i l ) m c h e c k i h e d i s m i s s a l ,,f u u
desirable
students,
according
to
Dr.
Smith.
T h e tests included three
intelligence
•csis, t w o n i w h i c h w e r e s i m i l a r t o t h o s e
w h i c h S t a t e C o l l e g e f r e s h m e n t o o k this
i.'dl. T h r e e p e r s o n a l i t y t e s t s w e r e conducted to p r o v e w h e t h e r o r n o t ihe applicant h a d t h e c o r r e e l p e r s o n a l i t y to
become a nurse. T h e tests m e a s u r e d the
speed, a c c u r a c y , t e n d e n c y t o o m i t ami
v n c a l u i l a r ) of t h e n u r s i n g s t u d e n t s .
I It I h e -lo n u r s e s in t h e e n t e r i n g ( l a s s
nine
were
dismissed
after
a
three
I n 'ths' p r o b a t i o n p e r i o d .
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the students w h o were retained bad a
higher score than those who were (lis
uii-ed,"
Di- S m i t h told t h e N u r s i n g
dm
I n s i i t m e in ( h a n c e l l o r s ball
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topic was " T h e
In S m i t h
Test'
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in
rin
n. ,i
up
1 hej are: 1 l o r o l h
l i l i l l l l lei" '30,
s e n i o r assiit ia e edit o r - e l e t
of t h e
S I'M I I m i u,i N'l'U: ; War I'll C o r h r a i i c '.ill, e lit o r I i t l i i e i c l l l t of
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and D i r o i h ) L c l i c r . '.ill, i S S i 5taut
advci t sing u auage elect
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the
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s o p h o n ore pledge I s 811llilllll! 1 d: A l i i ed D, Basch, as ociale in t i i a g m g cditi r-elecl „ i
the
NliWS and as sociale editor o l I b e
"Lion.'
BUCKNELL'S HUMOR IS
u
L0W", READER WRITES
i d l i n g , I'a, M a ) ^
An annus
writer
in t h e
public
opinion
I nl I b e
i l l i ' k i i c l i . i n w r i t e s ol
i the recent
i s s ui ne o l t h e lit II• H o p ,
I humor
magazine
o|
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I in
j v e r s i l y , " S h o u l d o n e in a i i i i i i n . n l nl
i weakness
use either
H o n A n n oi
j D u t c h ( le.iiisei o n I h e e x t e r n a l ol in
| t e n i a ! p , m i n u s of s o n o t o r i o u s a p u b
licalioil,
p u t m i l by ail
egotistical
!
g r o u p of low h u m o r i s t s , t h e r e w o u l d
llol e v e n h e a b o n i e r h i t ,
i l i s ill!
p o s s i b l e l o e v e n Mallei' t h e s l a l l t o I h e
j e x t e n t ol l u l l i n g t h i s s c i n t i l l a t i n g I n p
1
pcry agreeable rattle "
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N e w s board b e g i n n i n g w i t h the next
issue of the N K W S .
T h e present issue
is the last to be edited under tIndirection of the r e t i r i n g h o a r d .
N e x t week's issue w i l l be the last
for this year. W h e n it is off the press,
158 pages of news will have been
printed in the present v o l u m e .
This
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Katherine
Graham
The
first
session
was
\\'ediiesda>
morning.
Delegates
were ureeled
In
H a r r y A . MaeUey, M a y o r m I'hiladel
phia. (ieorgc I ) . Pratt responded I" the
greeting. Reports mi tin w.,t'li aecnin
plished during the ecar followed. A l t e r
an address mi " W i n we have Miiseimis
and A r t galleries" we 1 ad luncheon „t
the Plastic I ' l u l l .
T h e subject of the afternoon session
was " A r t eommis.sioncrs and c i l j plan
ning." T h e first address was mi " T h e
development nf Washington,'' the secmid
• in " T h e F a i i n i o i i n i I ' a r k u a j , I'hiladel
phia," given in h'.li K i r k Pi ice. and the
third
was " I ' l a n u i n g
for
the
Small
T n w n , " by F r n c M I l e n n i i i g l i a i t s nf I.in
cnln, Nebraska. At the end ..i this n u n
ing we \ isited the beautiliil |'i inis\ lv.1111,1
Academv nf h'ine Arts and had tea al
the Print club uf Philadelphia.
In the evening, we
K.Klill Museum and
Museum nf A r t .
visited the noted
the
Philadelphia
(.'hauncev I. I lamliii. president nl the
A ™ ,
association
„,se
, presided at the Thursday morning -e--ioii,
T h e addresses
wen-, "I low
niusiunis
sinILIJCI dispn.se nl surplus m a t e r i a l ,
ny
Si?^
JB^^ft
MISS MARX WILL BE
SORORITY'S DELEGATE
1T/Si
POZOTH'/
BICIMAU
.
.
,
., ,.
, ,
l l i r e e j u n i o r s w h o w i l l direct d r a line cs in the M i l n e j u n i o r and senioi
I\aeh of the
h i g h schools nest year,
three will direct a one-act play at Christmas t i m e
,„.
|he
Mis.-- B r i m m e r will o r j r u n i .
, „, l h e
, , „ „ , , high I ' » >^J
u
a
- hool.
I cent
\
^
congress
^
y
ni
the
m
^
^
Federation
ii
I Missouri.
n i e e c l u b next year, being the [ H a l l , F r i d a y night w i l l he presented by
the chorus during the commencement
,,ne to be n o m i n a t e d .
Dels
program mi Monday, lime 17, according
urn . '.ill. i- the only n o m i n e e for I
to D r . T . F r e d e r i c k I I . I a n d h n , in.-Minn o i r e p o r t e r .
structor in music.
T h e anthem al the baccalaureate scrv
,1- n . l l o w s :
f o r vice p r e s i d e n t , j ice on Sunday, June In, will be Schubert's
. m u l e t , l u e t i c , ' . U , and K m l i \ ' i n
. ' " l l l r l ; l .' r ( l h M > ' Shepherd." Dr. C a n '
M;m
• , . , -, i, n
, ,n,
•;,,.' ,lor
ccrctan
Beatrice i l y " s a i < l , " , l , ''- v '
'""
I ' n i t k l i n , '_">.
'.ill;
in e
' ','
n| ihe Music associatio
.1, , ,I ' ' ' , * • I . ' . , . . ' '• I>,,
I I . i 'I'resideiii
.
rge ol the mils
l l i i i v. i g .
al
d l.etn
Kat/,
.10
i|.,
T o m o r r o w , the last da\ ••!" the i
\entioii, promises to In e.|ttal!\ en 1
able. W e are g o i n g to -.-.- a n d i - p l ;
in several of the larec d c i . a r l i i i . i •,••
a l t e r which we shall vi-il tin Phil ide:
phia School oi l u - i u n l o r W
en.
1
T h e cnilventloii will end w i t h a linn .
a. the B e l l c w , c S . , a , o „ d
I I....-!. W ,
shall be hack ill M h o s
in time ha
classes Monday.
katheini.
I i,i..h..r,i
!l
"
»••<-'»••''. J - " " ' J ' " " - and
k.oilier,
sophomores,
and
-,, (,!.., ] , , , , '.{_'
Belt,
Selm,
No Differences Between Students Of Professional
Schools And Liberal Arts Colleges, Tests Reveal
" M a n y o f t i n - i l i l i T i e n c . - s in a t t i t u d e s
biiwieii
Miss
Martha
A.
Bichle, executive
secretary of ihe Xational Student bed
elation nf America, may addrc.s- both
assemblies next
F r i d a y , according to
kvelyii C r a w s , '29, president of the sttl
dent association.
Miss Ihehle will probabh speak nil the
methods l ' \ winch the National Student
1 F e d e r a t i o n of America mav be of sen
-. t . ,,, ,| | ( , t , ) ] | ( . l , l . | ! ( . | u | . ( , . ; ( | ( , n . s , i n ( , ,,„
assemblies, she is expected to talk over
plans for the Federation w i t h officers nl
i l l " ' student as.sociatioii.
Arrangements for Miss Biehle's visit
"•"< " - ' - ••«'• »"' "«"' ' l 4 ) v'' ( ,!ie l tnIn-s S ^,or;;s S, a;' , tF;u^No!^
This a f t e r n o o n , lh< i e will he im
sinn, so we will v i - i l l . u m e w
I I
and W h i l e m a r s l i H a l l In inspect pri\
cnllectinns. W e w i l l haw -upper at I
niNiit Mansion.
to i s i ' l
KL;:k
-III,hill-
in
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h.
Di
Morri.s
to
siipplenunl
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lour
HlllarJ W AnJnwi.frei.
be
college-
Hon e x i s t e n t , "
Morris,
assistant
li.,n, said l o , | a \
lion
oi
the
have
been
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prm. •-,,
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appointments.
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for
infor-
m a t i o n o r call al the o f f i c e ,
,,,,,,
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students of the 11
pp. i i I.,
Slate I ollege ill
M a r g i n el
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BUCHHEIMS
•
M.
QUALITY
|:nd.'.p.,i
I.,. I l o I
Hue
M i s s K l e F Is III.,l,.l.e .i
HI .. \ •
Ihe possible dilli m i
..Ituii,I,
and most g e n , i . , I F
know.
i n f o r m a t i o n I" i w . - ' n u i n h m " i hl» '- 11
a r t s c o l l e g e s a m i i h . , e in p m l . - m i ..I
c o l l e g e s , S t a l e I o l l e g e Was I I n . - . I
being one ol ll
I n p i . ' nlaliM
colleges in the l a i n , g i o i i p , Di M
said
M a n y othei I. , i - a i . h u m ' c i v . " lo
Limousines rented
ail occasions
for
AND
DYERS
Albany, N. V.
Kleirv M a r k e t
331 CENTRAL AVENUE
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CLEANERS
i.\2 Central Ave.
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upon
an :
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N i . i s b u r v , '.ill. w h o is ., , , , n , | c o n s u l
Julia
lister.
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f.llin
S l u m s , '.ill, quaestor; and V e r a
I
W o h o i i , '.ill, ii inn i n - .
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ALBANY, N.Y,
PALLADINO
Personality Bobs - Finger Waving - Permanent Waving
N o m e Savings Hank lildg
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P e a r l St.
133 N . P e a r l S t .
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WITH FLOWERS
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"We
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Unjtinii.iih
EYEGLASSES
OPTOMETRIST
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I'.nlM
Ahiv.NAi
OPTICIAN
THE LINEN CHEST
Gift, from the Linen Chest means more
4o South Pearl Street
Smart
Coats - Hats - Dresses
o-7bli
I" or
(jirls and Misses
JgiiuliHian"!
(gatVtaia
IMS CiMiti ill A v e n u e - i«t U o b i n
Albany. N. Y.
V
Understand Eyes"
LINENS - H A N D K E R C H I E F S
PILLOWS - CURTAINS
u.,1 . \ . n
]...!•• i
i PUN CORNER
\ears
•) , , , , ,,,,,.
A|,,M|_
Gruen and
-oneines Watches
First consul of ihe I la --ii al i bib loi
. ' ' - " ' .ill is M a l e . i l e l W a i F w o l l h , '.ill,
Albany
Teachers' Agency, Inc.
74 Chapel St., Albany,N.Y.
W I
< ^ W O R K AT MACY'S
M - - \ i u . i \< Is. im. assistant profes"' " i hoiin- i > oiimiiics, will spend the
ni
ei -tin l\ me the Ci m aimer f r o m b e nil die e .uuter. Miss K c i m has acn p n d a t> . it • -n with lhe Macy departnn nl store in Vew V..rk city for the
u m n i . r She m i l live at the' home of
In r ' rother a:
\ n l . l m mi-ilic-l ludson
' d w i l l i HIIIUIIIC to \ e w ^'ork every
day.
MISS WADSWORTH IS
CONSUL OF LATIN CLUB
/•'. Waslmui Hailr,.Sn:
W e need teachers for S e p t e m b e r
fessioiial
"s'su'e"' i M A c ! ' ! ; r d i n g H i ! o , i X . W N , ! , u s " ,'::,•
' t i t t i t i o n , the e d i t o r iii chief has charge
"I t h e editorial policies ol the papi i
M a r g a r e t J . Steele
'.ill, n |iu new
iianaging e d i t o r ; M a r g a r e t 11eiiiiinge,
30,
advertising
manager:
lane
I
" o r i n a n e k . '.ill. finance m a n a g e r , and
M i r e d D. Pascb, ' 3 1 . associate inauag
ng editor.
W i l l i a m M . F r e n c h , '."». i- ihe ic
irmg editor in chief, and I hoinas P
.•"all.in, "2'J. is ihe r e l i r m g I
nanager.
A l l other b o a i d u
ic juniors.
MARIE HAVKO ELECTED |CONCERT SONG SLATED
COMMERCE CLUB HEAD FOR PROGRAM, JUNE 17
by museums," In
Paul M. Pea. ;
"Building
11 H I i tl IC-I -11. i > • and
inn e
finance," by (,'harlcs I'.ui k l m l d e r .
thougbl
MKF~%
Cornelia Van
MISS BEDELL WILL BE
HEAD OF SIGMA ALPHA
Sigma A l p h a officers for next year
are:
President, T h e r e s a B e d e l l , ' ' 3 0 ;
vice p r e s i d e n t ,
Pauline Bader,
'31J
treasurer, Susan C o l e , ' 3 1 ; secretary,
Dorothy M . I l a i i m a n , '32, and assistant
cretary, Augusta B r o w n , '30.
T h e last live issues for this year w ill
Sigma
Alpha
w e l c o m e s into
full
onlain the greatest n u m b e r of pages
hi : ship F l i z a h e t h F y s a n t a n a m i
r printed in live coiis,eculivc i.su
Louis I. W o l u e r
'.ill w i l l he lh< l l i l ' l ; i ' - • " ' b e i i s l c m , I r e s h m e n ,
N'KWS:
Louise Dubee and I a r r i v e d in Philadelphia Tuesday night and registered al
the B e l l e v u e - S t r a t l o r d hntel, which is
I he head(|itarters f o r llie ronvention ni
the American Federation nf Arts.
N e w m e m b e r s of music council w i l l
be announced in assembly this m o r n ing and will be a w a r d e d their keys b y
Marion
Conklin,
'2'),
president
or
music association. T h e new m e m b e r s
will lie chosen f r o m Esther
Waters
and Frieda S c h a d r i i i s k y , j u n i o r s ; a n d
Martha I lowland, Dorothy Brandow,
F l a i u e B a r b e r , Jane Jones and A n n a
( riiikshauk, sophomores.
t:\in
I o(4s
I losiery
Steefel Brothers, Inc.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 24, 1929
6
THREE FRESHMEN WHO FOUND LAIR OF TOTEM POLE
NEWMAN PRESIDENT
WILL ATTEND MEET
BASEBALL VARSITY
BLANKS MAXWELL
Leo Allan Yields 4 Hits A n d
Strikes Out 14 Players
To Beat Visitors
Mary D y e r W i l l B e D e l e g a t e
Of Club In C i n c i n n a t i ,
June 2 4 - 2 7
Mary
J.
Dyer.
'30, recently
BY
elected
Spirts
ing
at
year,
will
the N a t i o n a l
clubs c o n v e n t i o n
represent
the local
Federation
club
o f Catholic
at C i n c i n n a t t i
on June
24, 25 and 26.
T h e delegates f o r t h e c o n f e r e n c e w i l l
convene at the H o t e l A l m s to discuss
problems and plans o f t h e i n d i v i d u a l and
national clubs.
Joseph H e a r n , o f t h e
U n i v e r s i t y o f P e n n s y l v a n i a , president o f
the f e d e r a t i o n , w i l l be in charge o f the
convention.
O t h e r officers o f the local club elected
f u r the n u l l i n g y e a r a r e : vice president,
A n n a T . M o o r e , '.'SO; secretary, Frances
(.'onion, ' . i l ; t r e a s u r e r , E l i z a b e t h M o r i a r i t y , ' 3 1 ; r e p o r t e r , H e l e n Rohel, ' 3 2 ;
senior c o u n c i l l o r s , Jane F o r m a n c k a n d
F.t'lalia
Hempsey;
junior
councillors,
A n n e S a v e r c o o l and C a t h e r i n e
I3rode r i c k ; sophomore c o u n c i l l o r s , Leah I Morgan and A g a t h a R i e s t e r ; j u n i o r c o u n c i l lors In i i e - h n i c t i . M a r g a r e t
Mulligan,
l ; r:iuce< I'eck, Constance de ( i u z n i a n and
Margaret llickev.
K A L A M A Z O O , M a y 2 3 — W e s t e r n State
Teachers College, K a l a m a z o o , M i c h i g a n ,
w h i c h is one o f t h e youngest and at the
same t i m e one o f the three o r t o u r
largest state teachers colleges in the
L'nited Slates, w i l l celebrate the t w e n t y Ill'th a n n i v e r s a r y o f the f o u n d i n g o f the
college June 12-17.
COUNCIL WILL NAME
Freshmen Win Silver Loving Cup From Rivals, 16-10;
TWO MEMBERS TODAY
Miss Schleich Presents Totem Pole Mascot To Rice
The
loving
-ere
freshmen
of
iJirectls
L'p
night,
noiinced
class
16 points
III.
w o n the silver
have
cup in i n t e r
rivalry
to t h e i r
Elizabeth
I'ulvcr,
winners
of
events o f the preceding
Io\ing
cup. which
was p r e -
to C a t h e r i n e T r a v e r , president o f
the f r e s h m a n class, w i l l have the i r c s h -
M o v i n g | man class numerals e n g r a v e d upon it.
'1'),
the
night
T h e siKer
aUenled
opponents'
f o l l o w i n g the sing
the
with
an-
various
hollowing
alr>
the rlo.,c o f i n t c r c l a s s r i v -
Moving
and M o \ - president eleel
oi
the
freshman
ing
L'p night. T h e t u g o f w a r , w o n by was presented
tin- mascot
the
sophomores,
on the p r e v i o u s
pole
rush
the
cla»s
men,
lor
counted
was cancelled
slum
a prize
the freshmen
found
class,
which
the
Satur-
by My.skania ; das bs C a r o l i n e S c h l e i c h , '20. A c c o r d i n g
was w o n by the f r e s h - ; I " interchips r i \ a l l s rules, the t o t e m pole
counting
J points;
song
sophomores.
2 points;
were
With
the live poo
awarded
tin- previous
to t
scores,
u
II be t h , u s I,, 1,1,1,. next year,
ludges to,- | | K . sing M u v m g C p night
M
' "re' AMh i ^- , ' V
'"'>
''•• {"UUlihrariat
NEWS
ter abroad
••pen
'i
h:, lamilv.
in ..,,1 , „ i June
Liverpool,
lour
with
f u e l . ,i„ I
I hej
lis
M
Mi,
h.,,1 I, II
las
13, and i . , dock
I i „ - r.-nmlv
liege
mis
will
three
break
In, l e d
parts ,,i !• ranee, l i e l g i u n i , S w i t z , r
visit at l.anloiludno, \ \ , , i , . , , m , | ,,, | , ,
ina.s, I lev. nisi, u e , L n g l
I
P r o i , s,,i i , I I „ | I M I expect-, ,,|... , , , , :
lend a C o i i l e r e l i r e l o l \ „ g | , , \ „ , , , „ ;,,,
o l h g r .ili.l IllllSel i l l | e , „ l i r l w i l l , Il
•sill he -il III. I nisei ,11 s o l I au-aime,
• i i n e v a , 11 . i n \ i i g u I .' I n >),
WILL TEACH
JVluyft l i . <ftrain?a
M4") Maillson A s e .
AT GENESEO
Ruth \ o
s . o , '."<, ,v i l l l e a . h p,
maiislui
In i n . m i . d d , p.u I n.t-i.t ,n, '
will
up, i s , , pi u r n , i , , , , ! , , , , ; . „ , , | „
ORUGS And PHARMACEUTICALS
I e|, |.lione
I
U(,l
COLLEGE CANDY SHOP
Salads
2(M Central Avenue (near Robin) *
P a s t r y and Toasted S a n d w i c h e s
E v e r y naiiilwicli
made
up Irish
to individual order
A R K A Y FLORIST
Ten E y i k H o t e l
P H O N E 3-4439
Building
Braotb
freshmen
members o f
Dramati
will
be announced
in assembly
lodav,
according to G e r t r u d e L. H a l l , '2V, president o i the C o u n c i l . 'I'he successful canwill
he called
to the p l a t f o r m
mil receive purple and g o l d ribbons
Miss
Hall.
'I'he candidates
following
Label
lena
from
T w o more Purple and Cold players
d e n t e d t h e r u b b e r in t h e f o l l o w i n g
round.
A l t e r K l e i n h a d shot a t w o
base I m t o l e f t , C a r r l a i d o n e d o w n
a n d K l e i n w e n t t o t h i r d , w h e n c e he
led on K u c / y i i s k i ' s double.
h'esla
I t h e n b r o u g h t T o m in w i l l
id
to r i g h t .
A n o t h e r t a l l y c a m e a c r o s s in t h e
eighth inning.
W l i i s t o n g o t I w o bases
" i i a l o n g h i t t o c e n t e r , went t o i h i r d
a n d c a m e in m i h'esta's s a c r i f i c e l i s .
were chosen
freshmen:
Margaret
Kavuioiid,
Katlirsu
You'll like it at the
Elizabeth
ALBANY
GOSPEL TAHERNACLK
M e a d , Helen
Burgher,
049-651 W A S H I N G T O N A V E .
Josephine
Helen
Hilton,
I h.h,
Peaid, Madeleine
I''tench,
f r o m the
Creen,
B e l k n a p and K a l l l e r i n e
Magda-
Tracer.
Ijustwest of PuriridKc Slrcel.i
V
DR, CANDLYN TO PASS MISS OGDEN, '31, DIES
VACATION IN EUROPE
OF TUMOR ON BRAIN
si
Two
and A r t Council have been chosen. T h e
I ' . Rice, didates
l ' p night, (ieorge
ng to c o m m u n i t i e s s i m i l a r to those Ibis made a total ,,f I n p „ i „ t , , „ r l h J J.." * ^-J \ /,". *.' * j ."^' j* ,*,"-*."i V.V- %" *' ." i '"| M r s ' ! ' ) , , ' c n e ' I
in winch (lies w o u l d later see service,
rt.-hluiic.Mi and III f o r the sopli.miores, h a n - i . i , , , , , ,,, ,',„•' j M i',;,'|,,gs."" ~
for t h r u - practice w o r k . T h e a p p l i c a t i o n
of this p r i n c i p l e at W e s t e r n State has
led I - the development o f five off -campus
t r a i n i n g centers, in a d d i t i o n to the Usual
campus t r a i n i n g school-, where students
n a> o b t a i n experience in actual teaching i t u a t i i lis f r o m d i s t r i c t r u r a l to large
Dr
T. Frederick I I .
11 H I I V 11
''ructoi
,n 11in , t , p i , , , , , |,, , |
| ||,,
Dr. H a r o l d W . T h o m p s o n , p r o i r - s o i of K n g l i » h , m a y b e c o m e a
m a n w i i h t w o c o u n t r i e s i l he aci ept t h e v o t i n g p r i v i l e g e r e c e n t l y
a, < o n h d h i m bs t h e U n i v e r s i t y o l
E d i i i b i i i g h I l e h a s been g i v e n o n e
v • le in ,he elei l i o n o f t h r e e m e m bers
ot
the S i o t t i s h
university
iuiiiii i l - w ho w ill represent the uiii
', i i s i n e - in P a r l i a m e n t , a n o i d i n g
to I I I . H a r t l e y , s e c r e t a r y of t h e
general , m i l u il o i the I ' n i v c r s i t y of
Edinburgh
\ \ hen | ) r I h o i u p s o i i r e i e n l l y r e i i n ed
the h o n o r a r y
degree
of
11< i l o r o i I H I i a t t i r e i r o n , t h e t i n i
v i i -n s , t i n first A m e r i i a n e v e r t o
o b t a i n the h o n o i in t h e h i s t o r y o l
t h e in I i t u t l u l l , he a u t o i n a t i i a l l y be
rami' a melilbei
o l the g e n u a l
, o i i i n i l , gov i i m u g b o a r d of t h e
university.
I he i U I I I I I il of the U n i v e r s i t y o f
K d u i b u r g h , w i t h the S c o i l i s h universities o i Cla.sgow, St. A n d r e w s ,
and A b e r d e e n , elects three r e p r e sentatives to 1'ailiaineul. T h e H r i t i-h
universities
of
O x f o r d and
I a i n b i i d g c .scud t w o m e m b e r s t o
Parliament,
Colonel John
Hucliaii, novelist,
is at t h e p r e s e n t t i m e , t h e m e m b e r
of
Parliament
from
the Scottisll
universities.
I'UI.I RISK
S t a t e put t h e g a m e o n ici in t h e
t h i r d i n n i n g , r i n g i n g up t h r e e t a l l i e s .
Carr opened the r o u n d with a single
a n d w e n t t o s e c o n d m i a sacrifice IIv
f r o m W i n s t o n ' s b a t . S h a p i r o had a
t h r e e a n d t w o c o u n t o n K u c z y n s k i , but
laid o n e in t h e g r o o v e o n the next
p i l c h a n d T m i v b e l t e d t h e p i l l out of
t h e l o t . t . o o d r i c b g o i o n a i d e d by a
tnisplav b y t h e s h o r t s t o p and t r a v e l e d
t o t h i r d m i T a y l o r ' s ,,ne t i n i e r a n d
s c o r e d w h e n t h e i n f i e l d let a n o t h e r g o
through.
Courtesy ol Albany Evening News
B e c o m i n g a u t o m a t i c a l l y a m e m b e r of t h e class o f L'.i2, t h e s o p h o m o r e m a s c o t here r e h e a r s e s its
finding
b y E d w a r d S. M e r r v , '32. H a r o l d l l a s w c l l , '.!_', p o i n t s t o t h e place w h e r e i l w a s f o u n d , w h i l e
M e r r y , h o l d i n g t h e t o t e m p o l e , a n d S a m u e l D r a n s k y , \U, l o o k e d o n .
f
Two Countries For Dr. Thompson;
He May Now Vote For Parliament
STATE
T o n s K u c z y n s k i , ex c a p t a i n , l e d t h e
wav f o r the home team hitters w i t h
three solid hits, a single, double and a
l o n g h a r d l o u r base h i t i n t o t h e t e n n i s
courts.
Klein, Carr,
W l i i s t o n and
T a v l o r a l s o g a r n e r e d I w o h i t s each.
K l e i n a n d W l i i s t o n h i t t w o base h i t s ,
h'esla
made
t w o good
stops a n d
t h r o w s t o s t o p t h e v i s i t o r s u lien M a x
w e l l w a s in s c o r i n g p o s i t i o n s .
COLLEGE CELEBRATES
FOUNDING NEXT MONTH
T h e a n n i v e r s a r y p r o g r a m includes a
pageant w r i t t e n a n d presented by students
and faculty o f the c o l l e g e ; addresses by
nationally-known
educators,
politicians
and c l e r g y m e n . A special f e a t u r e o f the
p r o g r a m w i l l be p r o d u c t i o n by the music
department o f the college o f the opera
" F a u s t " and the o r a t o r i o " E l i j a h . "
A i m i n g the c o n t r i b u t i o n s t o educational
progress made by W e s t e r n State is the
r e c o g n i t i o n o f the p r o b l e m o f r u r a l education by the o r g a n i z a t i o n o f a special
college department f o r the study o f this
• ubject. i ) r . Fruest I ' u r n h a m o f W e s t e r n
was the first head o f a department o f
r u r a l education in the L'nited States.
T h e president o f the college, D w i g h t
I!. W a l d o , w h o has been head o f the i n - t i t u t i o n since its f o u n d i n g , has been a n
outstanding exponent o f sabbatical leaves
for l o l l e g e teachers, h i g h e r salary sched111 • . and greater
r e c o g n i t i o n o f the
c r i t i c leacher as a f a c t o r in the effectiveness r,i icacher t r a i n i n g i n s t i t u t i o n s .
It was under the d i r e c t i o n o f P r e s i dent W a l d o at W e s t e r n that an attempt
h r - t made to t r a n s p o r t teachers i n
R O Y V, Sri.i.tv.vx
Editor,
The
Stale
College baseball
team
continued on its m e r r y w a y , crushing
the
Maxwell
T r a i n i n g School
nine,
S a t u r d a y b y a <>-() s c o r e . T h e m a r g i n
of six r u n s does n o t r e a l l y t e l l t h e
s u p e r i o r i t y of t h e State team. T h e
Purple a n d C o l d nine pounded out a
t o t a l of f o u r t e e n hits o f f S h a p i r o , a
willowy
s o u t h p a w , w h o had beaten
Stale
the previous
season.
Allan,
r e g u l a r S t a l e college hinder, w i e l d e d
the w h i t e w a s h brush w i t h little t r o u b l e
and had the B r o o k l y n hoys eating out
o f h i s h a n d s f r o m t h e first t o t h e final
putotit.
A l l a n held the opposition t o
f o u r l i t t l e h i t s a n d received g o o d support f r o m his mates.
A l l a n has n o w
a l l o w e d bul eight hits a n d no earned
r u n s in t h e e i g h t e e n i n n i n g s he has
i ecu o n t h e m o u n d t h i s y e a r .
By
w l i i l l i n g fourteen m e n , Mien boosted
his
i w o game
strikeout
record to
Isvenlv n i n e in t h e t w o g a m e s .
K u c z y n s k i Leads f o r State
president o f N e w m a n C l u b f o r t h e c o m -
15 S o . P u a r l
Strtsut
THREE
PLAYS
TONIGHT
I hree o n e act p l a y s w i l l be p r e
seiiled b) t h e e l e m e n t a r y
dramatics
class in t h e a u d i t o r i u m o i t h e A l b a n y
I n s t i t u t e of H i s t o r y a n d A r t t o n i g h t I
,il K : I 3 o ' c l o c k
M i s s K,
a M. liesig, '
i n s t r u c t o r i n E n g l i s h , is the d i r e c t o r , j
"/V.S
HOME-LIKE'
R e v . F. L. Squires, Pastor
Sunday
service:
10:15 u, m . .Hid 7:,i0 p. i n
8TATE COLLEGE N E W S , MAY 24, 1929
7
New Myskania, Activity Leaders In College, Began Careers In High School, Records Show
Many Phases O f College Activities Are Represented In Lists;
Five Of Those "Tapped" For Membership Are Albanians;
One Of J u n i o r s Chosen W a s Born In Russia
KTIIEI.
ties
(IRUNDHOPRR,
High
annual
School,
and
was
also
two
years
a
editor
and
of
of
won
ot
Sauger-
cditor-in-cliict
newspaper
art
graduate
was
that
these
the
of
school.
publications
art
prize.
In
MARIIAPKT
the
in
t'atskill
She
of
her
for
activities
MARION
HIITIH,
association
for
of the s t u d c i i l
jonio,
years.
I..
She
I.
llcr
president
iic.it
year,
directory
Il.r
in h e r
home
attended
activities there
of
ilu<
wax n s s i . d m -
is
s..pl
j„
I Midi
mnlnim
(
niatirs
man
and
year.
class,
of
hasr-hall
paper,
of
I
he
senior
Ryin
frolic.
mince
in
for
As
in
a
hi
M l -
.<•
soiree
an
Shi
Imth
IMiiladetpliin
Ame-iean
of
.i
f.e.lmian,
l.usims,
i-.
I
ill
IUS.
site
I-.
he
l-'ed
Km
finance
NEWS
I'hi.
next
Sel
I
there.
Miss
h „ inanek
.1,,if
,,f
was
ill,.
ninr-li.-il.
-tail
,.i
and
ih,
Her
was
of
|„
cub
As
a
faculty
of
niendici
s
she
a
the
eaptain
.,
\ n ,
of
When
NKWS,
.luiiinan
s , , i „ •. ; , . M . i a , i i
,1,1--
manager
year.
she is a u r n d n a t c
,,f
in
.,!' tie
Xctt-mai
v.
Miss
I
She
I ;,
Nl M V
A
in.ui
M.
„i
All.anj
i„
\
I!»M.I
Ih
-idem
,,l
an.I
of
csidellt
-I
ih,
I
llo-
l.ii
liii-li
,
M i ! , i i- k, .
Ih,
.-,i.i
and a re
Whin
she H I
assoeiate . d i n
V . \ V . ('.
\
tl„
h
i ,
-,i
i -I
-, I
l„ i
I
class.
Lain
-,.,•.-,
Miss
in
W.
I to
MII
»-i
•••
-I
W a t e l v l i e t l l i l j l l S.dl.,.d -'- h- I. I f '•
her o f t h e . l e h a t i n n • I ' l l . , a l l , : , ' l . ,
Beta
I'hi
foil,-mil.
II,
,-.,'!
l„
illiel
o f the I.
M I n, M
.--,-.
p n h l i e a t i o n he has b e e n h i l s i n , - in
•uaniiKiiifl
editor.
Sinn
h,
, e,„
C'ollece, he has heen a - l i . . - i n h,,lli
athlelie affairs.
I n his i , , - h i n . , i , ,
n i a n a u e r o f the y e a l l i l l i ! h a s k , I h a l l
t r e a s u r e , o f h i - ,-la-s.
I I , - h a - •- i
h r - i n e s s stall o f ih,- . - - H I i . . M I , ,
f o r t w o y e a r s he has h . , n a m ;
snnlent hoard of tin:
II,
Pneh'-h
,-
\V.
C.
Mi-'->
,1
a
iisted
her
junior
year.
biology
next
and
as
an
year,
associate
Miss
of
Helta
be c h a i r m a n
office
which
T h e l.iou
art
editor
(iruudhofer
and ininoiing
membei
will
nil
year.
of
years,
In
editor
the
began
captain
of
the
freshman
S h e was a
war
team.
was elected
associate
managing
hei
junior
and
be
managing
In
her j u n i o r
the
NEWS
next
was president
class
editor,
of
will
year.
of the N E W S
NEWS
she helped
"cubs."
prepare
she
tug
She
year
High
A-
It
Eager To Register For "Psych"
The mouse population of State
College evidently numbers approximately 72, one of which is registered for psychology with Dr.
Elizabeth H, Morris.
The unfortunate member of the
psychology class was somewhat
hard of hearing Monday and tried
to get nearer to the instructor. I t
was foolish enough to climb over
Dr. Morris' foot in the process of
ambitious notetahing.
Students of the class noticed the
studious mouse and shrieks of
laughter greeted its embarrassed
progress across the floor to its corner ".seat."
'Too much in the limelight still,
the "timorous beaslie" risked its
cranium and spinal column under
lite door of Room 101 and escaped
into the corridor of Draper hall.
Dr. Morris announced loday that
she was unaware of the fact the
mouse was registered in or vagabonding her class.
The college janitors yesterday received a supply of mouse traps
which will capture 11 mice in a
single catching, to rid the halls of
the animals.
hiking
year
NEWS.
of
''Wee Timorous Beasties"Are
her
STATE
of
h e r sophomore
editor
for
editor
year
club a n d taught
As
an
associate
the f r e s h m a n
in
hand
Stceli
m a j o r s in E n g l i s h a n d I l l i n o i s in F r e n c h ,
Shi
served on soiree a n d j u n i o r
p r o m a n d tea
dance c o m m i t t e e s .
S h e was c h a i r m a n of re
freshmeuts
for M o v i n g
fp
day.
S h e is n
her
is m a j o r i n g
in c o m m e r c e
("mega
of
she
in
';:?'!";;' •,!';'?
S h e is
sorority.
a
1
from
Kii-i.i
•n years a g o , lias c o m p l e t e d
fifteen
grade
the A m e r i c a n sihools since
I
that l i m e .
as g r a d u a t e d f r o m
Mineville
H i g h School
hie,
years as s a l u l a l o i i a n o f
W h i l e t h e r e , lie was p r e s i d e n t , . l
ager o f h a s k e l h a l l , p r e s i d e n t- of
g a n i z a t i o n , a n d captain of debate.
He also look an active part in d r a m a t i c s a n d
H.-IS
awarded
first
ni iz.e i u
eoinnieneeuieol
speaking.
I n Ills i u n i o r yeai al Slate C o l l e g e
he was ,-,
- i n - c h i e f nf the f r e s h m a n h a n d I
k, a d e l e g a t e t o the N a t i o n a l S t u d e n t b e d
••ration of A m e r i c a c o n v e n t i o n , a n d m e m b e r
o l the S t u d e n t
Association C o n s l i t u l i
mi
miltee.
I'm t w o yea i s he has l „ ,.,, a m e m b e r
„l
the v a i s i i y
debate t e a m .
Tbi. yen
he
served as p r e s i d e n t o f M>"
all.
l'i Camilla
M u also has I , i „ , , , „ its , , , l l ,,f m e m h e , s h i p .
l l i s i o r v a n d Knglish ,,,,• his m a j o r a n d n i i n o i
subjects.
lle'lill'le
council'
a n d 'has
been
Mi
elected
I T three
.lass
haskelhall
foi
three
vears.
a' m e m b e r
of
' "a,,onal
i01
""
, the i n d i v i d u a l hoys' day p r i z e a n d
i r d e d second prize i n N e w V o r k Stale
I
the I'.dtiiuhia
I'niveisity
speaking
l i e also look firs, place in the X r t t
,-iein district
liuals of the o r a t o r i c a l
| , • , „ , , , - , sponsored bv N e w V o r k T i m e s .
lie
is i - d i i o i - i n - c h i e f elect
of
the N E W S
foi
his
s,ui,,i
v,.,,
after
having
advanced
tbioui'h
i the p o s i t i o n s of desk e.l
• i n his soplionuue
>.-a, a n d m a n a g i n g e d i t o r i n his j u n i o r year.
: I I . was p i e s i d e n t o f his class i n his f r e s h m a n
and sophomoie .ear-.
W h e n a f r e s h m a n he
w o n I he p r i z e i n i l „ - - p e a k i n g c o n t e s t .
I>.b a l i n g a t t r a c t e d h i m as n d i d i n H i g h School
- a n d lie b e c a m e a m e m b e i
o f ( h e varsity d o
bale
leant,
T h e debate council
has e l e c t e d
I I
.resident f „ i next v e a i .
l i e debated f o r
i l l : , c o l l e g e v a r s i t y when he was a f r e s h m a n ,
n o f the I,
N'I
club.
Knglish is b,
ajor and
SORORITY ENTERTAINS
WITH VARIETY SHOWER
Members
va,s,i, basketball i.-au. foi three ,„-j t v
been
P l , i C!n,,,l,m
n a h s t i c 11 alet n l l v .
l a , e i s .1. W O L . V E H was g r a d u a t e d f r o m A l
baity
High
Sel
I.
During
his f o u r
years
here ty he
p reem
s ibdeern t of o several
f I ' h i l o ddoexbi a
a t e litteams.
a n was
d a m
nf
(lamina
j , , n e a variety
"isibl
for
Hetty
Kappa
I'hi
shower
sor-
Monday
J. I v t t o i l , '."*. Miss
Kale in
I ii i l l
a
here
ill
Itllie.
MENORAH ELECTS NEW
OFFICERS FOR 1929-1930
(iertrtide I I . Hershherg, '30, w i l l be
president of the Menorah society for
\'i.'.'> M), as a result of the recent elections. She repla.es Kiiianuel Green,
'.ill.
I lorolhy Warshaw, '30, will be vice
president. Ueatrice Samuels, '31, will
be seerelarv, replacing Dorothy Seaman, '-">, and Marion Weinberg, '31,
will take ll'e place of Mollie Kaufman,
'->, as ireasjrer,
si-hi
fle-lllli
,..., .'hairiiiaii
, la--
al
\tlilell,
t In I--IO
\ s . , „ i.ill
Drink
''VSV-i
i,ill,,
Tin-
v,
\l\0\Q
II,
Kai
jy*™
h i - ',-•
H l V I K I '. t i
I•>. M i a-M ' "
• I
,,l i h e I ' e d a , , , , n,
,i ,1 a d i . , I--,,•,•
tile K c l l i i 0, M 1..11
M i . Ma- I..,,ii
ta,|.. a n d a l i e n . l e d
II.,, , i
. - I-- - ,
neeladi
Huh
- • h --I
' • ' ,- « i
'
he, class l l r , , | i t . l
I I i , . I- i n
...
si l e n d
S h e h e h , i i - d I " •'•
\:-Hl
, I n h , Sp.-ni'sl
h. a n d I 1,1; i I,
School
valedictorian
as a " c u b " f o r t h e
a n d assistant
A,
High
She
.UIII'OI .-nun, ill,,i and ..ill he vice piesident 'A II beeiuiie the bride of Ritvinoiid Grady,
d'fi o h m w i o i i i i . , is a (.-ratluate of Rensselaer I'olyl-'ren, h
is' CI i?'Si gnu! lechiiic Institute, followiiiH her (rradua-
Hie
Wash
i,ill,,-ii
desk
member
-he
board
\ ' s " a ' l i ' i l ' m b e T ".',? Ne'w'ti'ia'i'i' e'l'iih"'slu-'"lia's
a -., at
lie,
events
in her j u n i o i
a. It
,'haiiniansh
\V ,,., i f „ t , l
,,,.!.'
A.
for
filled
ineinb
Mis,
tianini!,.'
V.
publicity
also
was a
ll.-i
became
a
and
athlelie
NEWS,
attended
graduated
t in her j u n i o r year.
She has also b e e n ' ! ' " " l !
'«'
publication.
M i s s Steele look part
...
l „ .•lass
t . . . Ihockey,
L'..V class
.1....
i,..„t,,.il...li a n dI " '
sophomore
and junior
.Moving
U p . ita)
haskelhall
S h e is also an associate e d i t o r of if..
hiking.
She has been a p a r t i c i p a n t in m a n y
..f"llli-
a I M | . i-. W a s h i n g t o n ,
I -i
council
sel v,
II.
niana«ei e l , , i of haskelhall
„f
Kappa I'hi
Kappa and
pri
ihe , i , i - '
ih.
A.
liilberl
I ,11 d c o r a l i
I,
(1. A .
n the i n d i v i d u a l
Ass.
T
M O O K E was g r a d u a t e , I I n
,,k H i g h S c h o o l , w b e i e she was .
Ubieties.
Sin»as
al-,.
eollimi
• peak,-.
T h e Pedagogue . . i l l h a v . h
elude
ami
I'hi
the
\ t » -.' -,
ug
the
Rindu
She
III,-
KKKIIKKICK
of
it it-
haskelhall.
v.,
etuid
on
the
junior
n.ieei
representative
was
three
the 11. A .
of
uirls'
|„,
e
hei
im
in
mcitiher
and
llis'h
tin-
inn.-,
Hollo
She
haskelhall.
tram
I'enoal
•.
of til.
y.-.-n
State t l . l l l ' K f ,
,'l.is,.
h'.iHM.
S A I I : ( ,,i I.H.IK
is l l i n K h a m t . i n
athl.-ti.'
and president
|,cr
fresh
jui
is
the
a
Sih,„.l
t h e h.-isk.-t
vi
the
society,
Duller
I'ark
She Has preside
secretary
Alpha
i„
the
Miss
.if
i
years
.lass.
-In,.
• rt aa<
(Yiui-id
MicksvilUinclude
siniLni
on
STKKI.K
in
i n college
CoM.RtiR
inn'
Leadership in high school extraeiirricuhir activities, if continued and en- j u n i o r a n d senior y e a r s , she was vice president
larged at State College, ma\ lead i., the highest honor for undergraduates of her class a n d m e m b e r of the v a r s i t y haskelhere. A survey of the records of the junior.- tapped fur membership in My- hall t e a m . N e x t year she w i l l he p r e s i d e n t
skania I a s I week shows that all of the thirteen win. will he members of the of ( l i t i s ' A t h l e l i e association. I n her long
honor society next year have comprehensive high school records.
list o f a t h l e l i e a c t i v i t i e s a r e :
Class m a n a g e r
A tabulation of the extracurricular activities of the juniors, both in sec- of athletics a n d first prize w i n n e r in the i n ondary school and in college, a- compiled fin' the \ i : u s , follows.
d i v i d u a l a t h l e l i e meet in her sophomore y e a r ;
J.
and
class
'
, ,M,
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, MAY 24, 1929
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Hall To Have Improved Bathing Facilities;
SUMMER FACULTY Residence
All Rooms Will Be In Suites With A Shower In Each
HAS MORE VISITORS
Auctioneer Shillinglaw Puts
Lott And Found Under Hammer
THIRTY TO PUBLISH
PEDAGOGUE OF 1930
Cleanliness will be easier in the pro- dents. T h i s entertainment will take
T h e lost and found will be
posed new residence hall than it is in several forms, from dances and amabought and sold T u e s d a y noon in
teur dramatics to basketball, accordthe p r e s e n t g r o u p houses.
front of the former N E W S office in
A
h e r e t h e present living a c c o m m o - ing to Dean Anna E. Pierce.
Misses Bates, Brimmer, Wood,
the lower corridor of D r a p e r Hall
Gets Five More Instructors d a W
t i o n s for the girl students provide women's recreation room 50 by 82 feet
as Robert J. Shillinglaw, '29, makes
And Hoffbeck Among
For Session Here Than
one
bathroom
for
approximately and two stories high will be provided
his
final
a
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r
a
n
c
e
as
State
ColAppointees
twelve people, a c c o m m o d a t i o n s in the for these entertainments and for the
Last Year
lege auctioneer.
new d o r m i t o r y will provide a shower amusement of the girls on rainy days
T h e contents of the lost and
Thirty m e m b e r s of the class of 1930
Five more visiting instructors than for each six, four or two. Reception when outdoor recreation will be impossible. A shower and locker r o o m
found box will be open to bids
will co-operate to publish the 1930
were enrolled on the faculty last sum- r o o m s for men and women, a social adjoining the recreation room will help
lobby with small guest alcoves openfrom the student body at 11:45
Pedagogue, according to the staff apmer will teach d u r i n g the 1929 s u m m e r ing from it, committee r o o m s , and a make athletics possible.
o'clock on T u e s d a y . T h e auctioneerpointees announced today by Beverly
session.
music r o o m and gallery overlooking
ing will continue until the articles
T h e music room on the second floor
Diamond, '30, editor in chief, and
are all sold, D o r o t h y E. T h o m a s ,
T h e list of those w h o will come to the dining room are also features of will be provided with several instruthe new dormitory.
'30, who has had charge of the box
Alma T. Moore, '30, business m a n a g e r .
ments and sufficient music. It will be
State College from other schools and
this year, a n n o u n c e d today.
All the r o o m s of the h o u s e will be possible to have music with meals,
T h e staff m e m b e r s tire:
Gladys
colleges include: Julius S. Kingslcy, a r r a n g e d in suites of from three rooms
T h e box contains jewelry, purses,
Bates, D o r o t h y Brimmer, Christine
professor of secondary education at to one r o o m . Each of these suites has from the music gallery adjoining the
fountain pens, gloves, scarfs, penmusic r o o m and overlooking the dinHoffbeck,
Israel
Kaplan,
Evelyn
Middlebury College; Chester J. Terrill, its b a t h r o o m and shower, private cor- ing room.
cils, compacts, handkerchiefs and
small notebooks.
Sheeley and Shirley Wood, literary
head of the c o m m e r c e department at ridor, individual closets, book shelves,
T h e dormitory will have its own indesks
and
beds.
T
w
o
people
to
a
editors;
Lena
Reiger and
Esther
Albany H i g h School; T h o m a s M.
room will be the rule, but if four firmary and health section, situated on
Muir, principal of Lafayette Bloom people will w a n t to pay the extra rent, the fifth floor, with a trained nurse in
Waters,
art
editors;
Margarethe
attendance.
This
will
be
used
for
J u n i o r High School at Cincinnati, they will be allowed a three room
Schroeder, '31, associate art editor;
suite, using one of the r o o m s for a health examinations and as a place
Ohio.
Mildred Contain, Louise Dubce and
where all cases of illness could be kept
study.
Idella E a s m a n , photograph editors.
F r a n k E. Howard, professor of
under observation. T w o elevators will
44 Suites of 3 R o o m s
Marian Bcchlcr, Dorothy T h o m a s
pedagogy, Middlebury College; Sidney
T h e r e will be 44 three r o o m suites, j| bring the girls up and down.
Four committees were appointed at a and Katherine Watkius, snapshot ediCox, professor of English at D a r t - 16 t w o r o o m suites, and four suites of I T h e d o r m i t o r y fund at present has
meeting
of
the
class
of
1932,
'
Wednestors;
Mary Nelson and Wilhelmina
Besides | $117,25(1 in cash and $50,000 worth of
mouth College; E. I. Williams, pro- one room, in the building.
93 members of
the day by George P. Rice, president. A Sebesla, '31, humor editors; N o r m a
fessor of education, Heidelberg Col- these, t h e r e will be three suites of real estate.
dance
will
be
in
the
gymnasium.
ReButier, '31; Margaret Sherman, assotwo r o o m s , kitchenette, and bath, for g r a d u a t i n g class have pledged $8,355
lege, Limn, O h i o ; H a r r i s C. Allen, the use of the faculty. T h e s e will ac- more.
If a loan can be negotiated, freshments will he served.
ciate humor editors; Eulalia Dempsey,
director of vocational guidance, Nia- c o m m o d a t e a total of 348 people, in- building will start this year, according
The committee for the "get-wise" parly Eunice Gilbert and Dorothy Quackencluding the necessary employees.
gara Falls, N. Y.
to Miss Mabel Tallmadge, secretary lor next fall will consist of Audrey bush, circulating m a n a g e r s ;
Bertha
Kissam,
A bouse m a n a g e r will direct the of the alumni association. T h e d o r m i - Sullivan, chairman, Charles
Harris, Manila Smith, Mary Dyer and
Oakley Furney, chief of bureau of
place at all times. Besides the man- tory will be located between O n t a r i o Asenath Van Buren, Josephine Wilson, Beatrice McCarty, advertising manaindustrial education of the State edu- ager, t h e r e will be a social director to and Partridge avenues, back of Syd- Howard Mann and Samuel Dransky.
I l a v k o and
Rudolph
The committee which will have charge gers, Marie
cational department; A. K. Getman, a r r a n g e e n t e r t a i n m e n t for the resi- dum Hall.
of the freshman rules for next year is Wtirlh, athletic editors.
chief of bureau of agricultural educacomposed of Helen Mead, chairman,
tion of the State education department;
Margaret Hilton, Edward Merry, Willis
Fritz Heil, principal of T h e o d o r e
Coon, Magdalena French and Gertrude
tf.
P.
I.
"Tapi"
Phalanx
Tomorrow
Cora.
Roosevelt j u n i o r High School, AmFollowing State Bateball Game
.Arrangements for the party Wednessterdam.
day night will be made by Curtis RuteuG. E. Hutcherson, supervisor of inDirectly following the State ColPercy Grainger, English pianist and
bcr,
chairman of the committee, Kathdustrial a r t s education of the State
Twelve seniors obtained teaching
composer, will g i \ c a recital in Page
lege-Rensselaer Polytechnic baseerine Travcr, Isabel Peard and Ernest
education
department;
Clinton
A.
Hall (.n (Ictobcr 24, opening the fall
positions last week, according to Pro- Booth.
ball
g
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,
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,
the
Reed, supervisor of commercial educa-ea-on of Music association, lie played
fessor J o h n M Saylcs, secretary of the
senior h o n o r a r y body of the instiTwo custodians were appointed to here last year on February 1(>. lie is 'the
tion of the State education departtute will be "tapped." T h i s is the
m e n t : Marion S. Van Liew, chief of
placement bureau. T h e y are:
Ruth rare for the class banner and other prop- composer of "Country Hardens," which
bureau of home economics education
first time in the history of the inBates, who will leach m a t h e m a t i c s erty. Thcv are Carl Tarbox and John is one of the "best sellers" of all modern
Delchanty.
of the State education d e p a r t m e n t ;
music.
stitutions
that
the
tapping
of
and Spanish at Central Islip, I.. I.:
Lewis A. Wilson, assistant commisThe State College women's chorus will
P h a l a n x has followed a State-R. P.
Ivan Campbell, commerce .it the T r o y
sioner for vocational and extension
give concerts in January and May next
I.
g
a
m
e
.
education of the State department of
Conference Academy, Poultney, Veryear. The artist for the fourth concert
education,
mont; Agnes McGarty, commerce at
litis not yet been chosen. All the concerts
Stuart Faber, Market Street High
next year will he on Thursday nights,
Dansvillc; Eleanor Snell, mathematics
School, Newark, N. J.; Mile. Jeanne
KOAXOKK,
V.\.,
May
23—Because Dr, T. Frederick II. Candlyn, instructor
ami ph\sie> at Middleville; Randolph
Racenet, head of French d e p a r t m e n t
in innsic, announced today.
at the Albany Academy for Girls;
Sprague, who will be assistant princi- standards for membership are largely |
Miss Amalie Knobel, principal, eleT h e student Y. W. ('. A. cabinet pal at Round Lake; Caroline Schlcich, based on social standing and popularity, i
mentary department, ethical culture will conduct it; inuual week-end party
commerce at Ithaca; Gladys Vadney, rather than on character and ability, |
school, lirooklyn; Mrs. Nellie A. at T h o m p s o n ' ! Lake this week.
!
At
Michelsen, superintendent of immi- this time the 4d and new cabinets commeri e at W a r s a w ; Evelyn Me llollins college is to abandon all sororgrant education at Rochester; Chris- will discuss pi is for next year and
French at East Springfield hies, the Associated Press has been inNickle,
topher M. Ryan, instructor in comstitute for bazaar, ac- Margaret Mayuard, English at Nunda formed.
pecially
mercial studies. Central Continuation
cording 'to Mildred Lansley, '29, reActing on a voluntary petition from I
School, New York City; Rufus Sticktiring president.
All Y. W . C. A. Elizabeth Rolfe, English at Newark
ney, instructor in secretarial studies,
m e m b e r s may attend. T h o s e planning X. Y.; Helen Davidson, history a the seventy members of the seven nat- I
Boston
Clerical
School,
Roxbury,
AND
to attend are Mildred Lansley and Springfield Center, ami Joyce House ion.il sororities which have chapters at j
Mass.
THUR.. FRI.. SAT.
Eleanor Vail, seniors, Mary Nelson,
I be college the president has announced j
Mr. Kingsley, Mr. Terrill, Mr. Muir, Katherine W a t k i u s , Ethel Grundhofer home economies at Westford
MAY
23-24-25
hat no bids will be tendered after this
••THE SHAKEDOWN"
Mr. Howard and
Mrs. Michelsen and Marcia Gardner, juniors, Beatrice
lames Murray and Barbara Kent
laugh I at State College s u m m e r ses- Van S t e e n b u r g h , Carolyn Kellev, Jean
year. The present sorority membership
P E D A G O G U E our JUNK i
MON TUBS. WED.
sion during the 1928 summer session. Minkin, Mildred Hall, Margaret f u s s may continue cooperative life but at the |
MAY
27-23-29
The I'ulagogu. will I
ly by J
• I HE CODl.ESS CIRL"
ier, C a t h a r i n e R. Norris, Marian ( i i l - l l instead of th . Iii.l
end of two years the system will have j
befon
Marie Prcvost. Geo Duryea
bert and Jean Gillespy, sophomores, I incneement,
n
been entirely eliminated.
as previously ai
and J o s e p h i n e Holt, Jean W a t k i u s , | a;r: :nllll... t. Jos •pliine Brown,
Asenath V a n Buren, J o s e p h i n e Nixon tor-in-chief. Prii
ling will hegil
DIREOTION
STANLEY
OOMPANY
OF
AMERICA
Isabel Heard and Ruth Isherwood
ir picture pl.ili return Irom
Helen Winter, '.31, will he president Ire si i men.
rs iei.:nling . Mis.s Umwn,
MAPK
/
of Canterbury Club i or the coming college year. Mori-. Join s, '30, will be vice
president; Frederick Appleton, '32, secWEEK OF MAY
27
WEEK OF MAY 27
retary and Beatrice llertwig, '31, treasMilton Sills
urer, election returns show.
SEE and HEAR
Miss Junes will represent the local
299 Central Avenue
Dolores Costello
i lub at a Welleslcy conference on June
in
.'I This conference will continue until
Central Avenue's leading confectionery and icecream parlor
FRESHMEN ARRANGE
PARI Y AND DANCING
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
12 SENIORS RECEIVE
TEACHING POSITIONS
BUREAU ANNOUNCES
GRAINGER WILL APPEAR
AT STATE OCTOBER 24
COLLEGE WILL ABOLISH
ITS SORORITY SYTEM
CABINET WILL MEET
AT THOMPSON'S LAKE
PROCTOR'S
brand
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE
MISS DORIS J0NE$ IS
WELLESLEY DELEGATE
R I T Z.
TRANU
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$15. P e r m a n e n t W a v e for $10 w i t h
F r e e s h a m p o o and finger w a v e
Shampooing and Waving for
Long Hair - - - $1.75
For Bobbed Hair - $1.60
Manicuring 5 0 c ; Facial Maaaagall
h.JlihChuttptrl Unttrmavtr ii iiut wilkm
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The College Barber Shop
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Starting Saturday, May 25th
TALKIES
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Fox Movietone
Shoe Repair Shop
70 N o . L a k e A v e .
A l b a n y , N . V.
Shoes repaired while
you wait
1'rompt Service
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
Students and Groups tit the Suae College /tit TWitfrs
will be given special utlen lion
It's Another
"BROADWAY MELODY"
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Mills Art Press
"FOLLIES"
The First Follies Of The Screen
With 11 SONG HITS
504-396 Broadway
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F1RSTJSHOW DAILY 10 A. M.
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