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GOEWEY WINS TENUIS TOURNAMENT*
DEEEATS ST-JffiEY IN.STRAIGHT SETS
"Biff" Goewey; S t a t e C o l l e g e ; ' 2 7 ; defeated Rajjph S t a n l e y ; State
College; ' 2 9 , Tuesday i n the f i n a l s of the men's t e n n i s tournament i n
two s t r a i g h t s e t s t y the scores of 6 - 2 and 6 - 1. Ho did t h i s a f t e r
dofoating Goorgo Taylor; State Coll
e g e ; ' 2 9 ; on Monday i n tho semiSESSION WILL END
f
i n a l s by scores of 6 - 3 and 6-0,"
SATURDAY AT NOON
again i n s t r a i g h t s e t s . His only
Tho summor session of tho State match to go i n t o tho f u l l three s e t s
Collo&o for Teachers, w i l l end Sat- was with Trumbull. Eo l o s t the f i c a t
s o t ; 10 - 8 ; but won tho noxt two
urday a t noon;whon tho laiit exame
a s i l y ; 6 - i ; 6 - 1 . Ho won h i s
i n a t i o n w i l l bo over. Moro than
f i r s t gamo with Pago by scores of
800 t e a c h e r s ; p r i n c i p a l s ; s u p e r i n 6
- 0; 9 - 7 .
tendent s; and undorgroduatoa; who
Stanloy roachod the f i n a l s by dohave been together for s i : : weeks;
f
o
a
t
i n g Schoor 6 - i ; 6 - 1; and
w i l l diEband then to go to t h e i r
then
winning from S u l l i v a n ; who had
rospoctivo homos. The collogo h a l l s
w i l l bo d e s e r t e d for four weeks; un- dofcatod Layman and Groon; a f t e r
t i l Soptombor 16, when tho f i r s t of drawing a bye in the sodond round*
the rogular session stu.do.its e n r o l l . Ho won from Sullivan by 6 - 4 ; 8 6„
Saturday; Taylor played hie match
MR. 3TARK3Y SPE.iKS
with
Thomas; winning from him by
ON MUSIC AND ENGLISH
6 - 4 ; 8 - 6. On Monday; Taylor l o s t
to Goowoy; and on Tuesday; Goowey
Mr. Morris St'crkoy; s u p e r v i s clinchod
tho summer sossion champor of musio in tho Cohoos High
i
o
n
s
h
i
p
by
defeating Stanloy*
School; spoke Wednesday bjforo an
There
uorc
fourteen e n t r a n t s in
audience of majors and minors i n
English i n Milna Hall on tho c o r r - tho tournament; who played a t o t a l
e l a t i o n of music with tho teaching of t h i r t e e n gatohoo beforo tho t o u r of E n g l i s h . Tho c l a s s i n aothods of nament was complotod. Tho e n t r a n t s
wore: Taylor; Allon; Thomas; SchoJttij.
teaching English l i t o r a t u r e was
G i l l o t t o ; Goowoy; Trumbull; Pago;
oxcuscd to l i s t e n to h i s loctu.ro.
Schoor; Stanley; Layman; Sullivan;Green; cr.6 Maslana. Thoy played 7
IEAVE EiJVELO.
matchos
in tho f i r c t round and 3 i n
TO OJBTAIM ILJ'LS
tho soooL.d boei&os the somi-finals
and
finalst
Studontr who wish to have tho
There
was to havo boon a tourna^
r.arks they receive in eummor DOL-Smont
for
g
i r l s , a l s o , but thoy j u s t
ion work mailod t o thorn a f t e r the
c
o
u
l
d
n
'
t
soo.a
to got togothor. Tho
oloso of tho session are roquosted
to loavo a stampod; solf-addrosood' four ontranta havo not playod t h o i r
oiiirolnpo in tho r e g i s t r a r ' s o f f i c o . f i r s t round y o t .
AU ITEVOIR
Many of the people of the sunner session leave for hone today;
most of the rest go tomorrow. All of us, in the nidsfc of the strained
tine of examinations, have no tine for the farewells we would like to
nakc, end therefore the SUI'aXTTIIIES takes this opportunity to say coodbyo to you fron everybody in college, and to return your good-byes to
then.
The sunner has been a nost pleasant one. The six weeks have flown
away all too soon for one "'ho likes to nake fri-mds. There has not been
quite enough tine for cc.nenting thoso friendships that last forever, bu
we have h d six weeks of heppy conpanionship, of Joyous probings into a
whole scries of new personalities. For those of us who v/ill neet again
in reguler session or next sunner, this r.iutual exploration ocn be continued. For you who will not cone back, wo e n only say, for you and tc
you, au rovoir, and r,ry wo neet agcin# For everybody, the SUMT^TTB'ES
s.ys /~ood-byc. lie y the few weeks beforo the grind begins again be
pie; .r nt,
A.D.B.
BOARD OF EDITORS
Alfred David Basch
MANAGING SDITQI?
Frederick V.r-.lte Crunb
ART : DITCH
George P, L"Ucc
M-rgarotho Schroedor
JUNIOR AS600IAT3S EDITOR
DESK EDIETOR
Alexander Schoor
John Kennedy
PAGE 3
SHOULD TEACHERS SMOKE? CERTAINLY;
SAYS BOSTON TRANSCRIPT? IF OTHERS MAY
(Prom Boston Transcript)
•
"Applications for teachers in the town of Lynn will not be considered if it is known that the candidates smoke cigarettes. This; at
least, is the way matters stand at present; following a vote of the
school committee. At an earlier meeting; the committoe declined to adopt a recommendation offered by the mayor that teachers who smoked
should bo dismissed. It is an intorosting situation^ Apparently; teachers who smoke; if they arc already holding positions; may continue to
indulge in cigarottos; but no toachor who smokes will train the young
idea in Lynn if tho school committee knows the awful truth,
"There arises tho question of supply and demand. If tho Lynn rulo
were to bo of wide application; would thore bo onoygh of the non-smoking teachers to meet tho demand? The habit of cigarette smoking among
young people may be highly deplorable. Thore are a good many pooplo
who think that it is. But the indications aro that it is wide spread.
How many of tho studonts that aro in attondanco at the State Normal
Schools are cigarette smokers in thoir own homos? To forbid smoking on
the school premises is one thing. To try to prevent it olsowhoro is
quite another,
". ,
J."--.-'
:.:i>-,./ : . 7 ; . •
" I t may also be said of the a c t i o n i n Lyn.i that i t p u t s a premium
on d e c e p t i o n , Tho honest teacher, w i l l i n g to admit a fondness for c i g a r e t t e s; i s barrod, Tho unscrupulous g e t s tho job and smokes when not
w i t h i n the range of v i g i l a n t oyos of Lynn schhol committeemen, or whero
c h i l d r e n may bo turned i n t o t a t t l e r s , Thore i s , of course; new opportun i t y for the a c t i v i t i e s of Paul Pry of l a r g e r s t a t u t e . And probably the
sale of c i g a r e t t e s in the c i t y of Lynn, w i l l not bo diminished. I t may
be addod that t h i s a r t i c l o i s not a defence of c i g a r o t t o smoking by
school-ma'ams. I t morcly suggests t h a t with a multitude of young people
i n tho ranks of the smokers i t i s not tho o a s i o s t task i n the world to
put tho school teachers i n a c l a s s by thcmsolvos."
DEM M3TZLER HOPES TO START
COLLEGE TO TRAIN CHARACTER
According to a rocoht s t o r y in the Albany Evening Nows, Dr. Williar
H, Llotzlor, dean of non of State College, orpoots that the Abraham Lincoln Foundation, of which ho i s a mor.bor, w i l l h.?vo a v a i l a b l e by 193B
$60,000;000 which i 3 noco3sary so that preliminary steps toward tho o r g a n i z a t i o n of a collogo to de/olop oharaoto* r a t h e r than scholarship
can be taken. The student body of t'v'.s c'oxJogo w i l l bo a carofully
solectod group, culled from a l l par tig of t i e world, One studont s h a l l
bo picked from each s t a t e of tho u.'iiiu r..:i<. ':'••) remaining mothers of oac!
e n t e r i n g oi?ss w i l l he selected from Lurcrx., i-jjn; and the United S t a t e
r e g a r d l e s s cl vaco, m o o l ; or c o l o r . In sc.icrulrn o ? s t u d e n t s ; character
w i l l cou'il; f i r s t ; a b j i i t / second; i ' i ec holer aiilp t h i r d ; a rovorsal of
tho usual crdor Tbono acv.aonte w i l l ho 3J\'on a six yoar course instoad
of tho usual ioiur„ Upen being gradua'-cd; t i c students w i l l have boon
f i t t o d to become world ol.i) zona' and w i l l l o t a r n to t h o i r native countr i e s equip^od tu be dynamic fjroes i\tt eenstractive world poaco and
p r o g r e s s , according te Dr* luckier* The oo&Isgo w i l l acoomodato 1200
s t u d e n t 3 , but w i l l bogin with an o.itering c l a s s of about 200,
PAGE 4
HOT EVERYTHING THAT'S NEW IS PROGRESS;
PROPER CHOICE TESTS EDUCATION; SAYS E.L.
Thoro i s ono who s t a n d s squaroly i n the way of p r o g r e s s ; woaring
tho t h i c k coat of doubt and f o a r ; while around hin i s tho spring of now
thought and now l i f o ; r o f u s i n g t o fool tho warmth and meaning o u t s i d e
becauso; f o r s o o t h ; t o change w i l l noan buying a now coat. That can be
put off u n t i l tho permanence of change from winter t o spring i s f u l l y
established.
t
Wo are prone to forgot in our day that we aro still in tho spring—"
time of human progress. Wo aro still awaking; growing.' stretching upward. Wo compare our own tine with #ae past and say; "How wo have progrossedi How much bottor our social customs; our roiigious beliefs; our
economic situation; our moral codosi Surely; since they aro the best
so far; thoy must be perfect; or at least as nearly perfect as is humanly possiblo," It is as ouch as saying tinos have changed in tho pa*i;j
but thoy will not change in tho futuro. Laws that have applied in tho
past apply no more. Shall our laws govorn all future ages? We have set
aside tho divino right of kingsJ a ouston that seemed absolutely unshakable in tho middle ages. What about tho divino right of money? Believe it or not; it is a thing in which most Americans bolievo.
There is something horoio and daring in changing one's mind; in replacing a musty; timo worn idoa for a new ono. Do not lovo tho new bocauso it is now; but do not lovo the old bocauso it is oasy and familiar. When you can chooso between that which is merely new and that
which is progress; you arc truly educated.
E.L.
BREAKFAST WILL BE SERVED
TODAY AND TOMORROW
FROM 8 TO 9
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED
IN WAGAR'S FLAVORS
YOU HAVE"THE BEST
For oxamole; Wagar's maple nut
i s made of pure maplo syrup and
pocans, because t h a t r e p r e s e n t s
the Wagar idoa of g i v i n g folks
tho b o s t .
T0D...Y AND TOuORROW
ALWAYS ORDER WAGUR'S
PROM 11 TO 1
SUPPER T0D.1Y FROM 5:30 TO 6:30
J>fcfe Coltepe
REAL HOME? MADB ICE CRE/J,f
"EAT IN THE COLLEGE"
PAGE 5
ARTICLE BY DR. SOUTH TO BE PUBLISHED
An article titled "the use of psychological tests in nurses training
institutions", written by Dr. Earl B, South, professor of education and
psychology in State College, and Mrs, Genevieve Y. Clark, instructor'at
the Albany General Hospital and at the St, Peters Hospital of Albany,
has recently been accepted for publication by the .Ancricen Journal of
Nursing, Mrs. Clark is a graduate student at State College,
Dr, South recently concluded a series of tests at the Albany General
Hospital end the St, Peters Hospital, assisted by his class in tests
and Measurements. The results of those tests were used in determining
ontr^nco qualifications of student nurses, and intelligence of nurses
already in training.
,
, ^ .,
.
Among the other institutions which were tested by the class in tests
and norsuremonts under the supervision of Dr. South were: the congers
Public Schools, Unadilla Public Schools, St. Agnes School for Girls,
Albany Public Schools, Milne High School, Roossolvillo Public Schools,
Colonie District 2, rnd the Albany Orphan Asylum.
Dr, South administered r test ",'cdnosday, July 31, to about 150 graduate students who are candidates for the masters degree. This test was
similar in nature, according to Dr. South, to the test administered to
freshmen entering State College, The tost measures guner'.l intelligence
and fitness for a te; ching position. Results of the test have not yet
been tabulated and so cannot be published.
Superintendents or principals wishing to avail themselves of Dr.
South's toating service aro requested to apply to him in loom 121 of
Milne Hell. Applications will be filled^in order of receipt.
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: "Soticl then to no," srid their mother,"end I will sing t* than,"
"Yes, na'am," the governess roplicd
"I've already threatened then with
that, but it doosn't seen to do any
good."
"My father's death wr.s caused by
c falling spade."
"You iioan to say someone dropped
a shovel on his heed?"
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his sleeve in a poker game,"
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