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VOL.
XIV. No. 3
R T A T K Cni.i.KdK
PHYSICALTRAINING
PROGRAM CHANGES
I'OK TKACIIKUS.
Will Be Chairman
Ai B A N T , N . Y . F R I D A Y . O C T O B E H .
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LOONGE TO OPEN STUDENT TAX TO JUMP TO $14
MONDAY MORNING
IF BUDGET IS PASSED TODAY
Student Host
Plays and Stunts To Replace
Regular Routine W o r k ,
M i s s Dietz Says
4
Or Hostess Increases Totalling Over $1,000 Are A»ked By Organizations;
W i l l Be In N e w R o o m
From 9 U n t i l 5
M u s t Budget C u t $1,000 If Tax Is To Remain $13;
D r a m a t i c , Art Association Asks $ 3 0 0 More
A fourteen dollar student tax, an increase of one dollar over the assessment last year, will be presented in student assembly todav, according to
an announcement of the student board of finance. 'Larger appropriations
requested by several student organizations will make the increase necessary
if the proposed budget is accepted by the student association.
At least $1,000 will have to he deducted from the budget in order t o
lower the tax one dollar, according to the board. Even though a full dollar
is not required to meet increased budget items, the tax will have to be
in even dollars, because collection of change introduces too great a chance
for error. There have been no errors so far in the collection of t a x
money, according to Professor Clarence A. Hidley, treasurer of the student hoard of finance, because there was constantly a check between the
amount of money collected and the number of ticke'ts sold,
T h e lounge room in R i c h a r d s
Hall will be open for s t u d e n t use
Monday, a c c o r d i n g t o an a n n o u n c e ment of the student lounge committee.
T h e room m a y b e used
from 9 o'clock until 5 o'clock every
day, according t o E m a n u e l Green,
'30, chairman of the c o m m i t t e e . A
host o r h o s t e s s will a l w a y s be
present while t h e room is open.
Regulations which s t u d e n t s will
~
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If the budget is reduced less than
be expected t o follow while in the
Dr. H a r r y W . H a s t i n g s ,
$1,000, the tax can not be $13. If the
chairman of the English deroom were drawn up by t h e stup a r t m e n t , who will preside at
reserve fund were larger, enough
Icnt committee.
T h e s e m a y be
a meeting of Knglish teachers.
money could be deducted to make up
submitted t o the student associaany deficit caused by a §13 tax, but
tion at assembly today.
Some of
the infirmary fund drew on the r e the c o m m i t t e e ' s s u g g e s t i o n s a r e
Four students in the class of 1929serve money heavily last year, and the
S t u d e n t s in S p o r t s
(hat heavy furniture should not be
were graduated with high honors, and student association voted appropriaThe new type of instruction will
moved, and that no candy, cake, or
be used to interest students in sports,
sixteen received honors last June, ac- tions several times to meet expensessandwiches be eaten in the lounge
according to Miss Dietz. By teachcording to Miss Elizabeth I I . Vanof debate council.
Four
members
of
the
faculty
will
ing the student how to play the game,
room.
be chairmen during meetings of the
Denburgh, registrar.
she will be more eager to go out for
In spile of several additions to the
T h e faculty committee, at an- Those who were graduated with
•astern district of the New York
the sport than if she were ignorant State Teachers' association which w.ll
other meeting, completed plans for high honors in the bachelor of arts reserve fund, it is now $557,49 as
o! the rules of the game, is the under- be conducted in Albany Thursday and
furnishing the room.
Included in course were: Beth Ford, Georgiana compared with $800 at the beginning.
lying theory.
Friday, October 17 and 18.
of last year. According to a decision
the list of required furnishings sub
The sophomore classes in gymnaDr.
Harry
\V.
Hasting-.,
chairman
|
SlUll] began
IJVK.J H Monday,
. 0 Ollll.l \ , m
i l l ifreshman
i t -u, in,,.
.--..
,
King, and Helena
Lbelle.
Kulh oi the student board of finance, this.
n --, and
classes will start as soon as uniforms I'-f the Knglish department, will b e , milted to the .student c o m m i t ! ,
Knapp received high honors in the sum is not large enough for wilharrive. Tennis and hockey are the j chairman of the Knglish section. | were r u g s ; table and floor lamp; huchclur oi science in library science drawals.
fall sports, and students may choose j Teachers will meet in the recreation I c „ . 1 ; n l l , ; l l ,d curtain r o d s : covei
eourse
I
Increase T o t a l s $1,100
which one they wish to play. Tenuis zooms of the Trinity
Kpiscopal I a |nil
|lIrs a|R| m . m t )
| ( ] ]bowls
j ( ) w , s f for
( i | . ( atabl
.,..' '
, , ,
. , I The organizations requesting inwill continue for five weeks, and will j hurch.
lh. rteen
were
graduated
with creases in appropriations a r e : Music
licces; equipment for seiving re
then be replaced by some other sport. : Professor Char$200; Echo, §70; Dramareshineiits;
extra
c h a i r s : a m honors in the bachelor of arts course, association,
Hockey will last ten weeks. Al the i lotte I''.. l.oeb, head
Thev were: Evelyn Baxter, Marion J i c . a l l d A r l association, $300; AIv's•tti es to harmonize u ith the wind ,'ox, Florence Gormlcv, Alice Hill-, £ a i l l i l . & 5 : student directory, $ i 0 ;
end of the ten weeks, two other of the French desports will he chosen.
' partmcut, will he
or chairs already in the room.
l.enore Hutchison, Mary Micucci, •> : " l "»«' Student Federation of AmerT o Teach S w i m m i n g
: chairman
of the
alreadv has t w o d a v e n - i Paul Slate, Randolph Spragne, John l c a . fl45. Debate council, which was
The ro
voie
The style of the freshman gymna- | modern
language
"
" " t l ' 1 ' budget last year by the
i irts, t wo wing clr is, one cows- Sturm, Rudolf Svring, Hcrnicc Van
slum uniforms will hi' the same as .section The socia
veil chair, t w o occasional (.hairs, Sickle, kuth Wall's, and Elsie Zucnd. .''idem association, has requested
that of the sophomores. The bloom studies ection wil
Kwtiigeline Calkins. Dorothy Gale, ^153.08. The total increase in rewo desks, IK Windsor chairs, two
ers and ties will be red, and the skirts be in charge of
1 1
ls
about $1,100.
ci'c.lo.y tables, and three butler- am! Lenna Jewell achieved honors in 'I' " *
while.
.Miss Elizabeth F
' ' " ' budget for minor sports was
the
bachelor of science in commerce
| llv tables, according t i Mr .. J . j
Swimming lessons for beginners Shaver, supervisor
•(Hirst.
reduced from $300 to $200.
R.irsai.i.
assistant
professor
of
hoiiu
are also being given every Tuesda\ in history.
i The $300 increase in the request of
. momics and chairman of l l u
•night at Hath 3, Central avenu
Fni'essor
h'lor
t h e n, an,; l ic aml A l t
m un/r
' !. ,
association, is
faculty i oininittee for furnishing llu rmirrv
Ontario street. No credit, however, I ence I'".. W'inchei
LULLLLt
10 HAVE
, necessary it the council is to present
tinge room.
will he given for swimming except J head of the bom
L
sls
It was decided that kitchen uten« , A , I , nnr\Mi- rr\n
' '"'"
" '"'ends to obtain, accordeconomics de
the awards al the end of tin
sils and chiiiuware to be used in
CLOAK
ROOM*
FOR | » ' « «" Kathenne T. Graham, '30,
incut, will pr
the small kitchen adjoining th
iver the home ccoShakespearean Plays
lomics section the
lounge room could be teni|
rilv
eco'vl day of tin
borrowed from the cafeteria, Mem
It will not !.e necessary to use the] It will cost $1,300 to present the
ber.s of the faculty
n i i n i i t l e e w i l l i.eker rooms m Draper Hall when Ben Creel Players, a group of wellmeeting.
Pl'oie-sor I'll inn
E. W'inchei], j shop for th
lew furnishings, and Duces are conducted in the women's known Shakespearian actors, who will
momics depart- j a list o i il p r i c e , will b e ' pre .ymnasitim in Page Hall. The pas- stage Twelfth \ i g h t and Hamlet,
.1 o i
preside over the home
s t u d e n t association
.ageways between the gymnasium bid-: she said. Expenses to present Mine.
I awrence I . Xewc unb, '.31, Kenneth
:l. W
Miller, and (ieorge P. Rice, sopho I c momics sc etiiHI the sicnnd day of ucoidilli.
Mrs.
liarsaiu.
Dr. ouy and the women's locker room ill Xazimova, will be $750. These are
several Richard's Hall and the hoy's locker (he largest items on the Dramatic and
lirubaclK
mores, and Louis .1. \V duer, '3(1, wen- he IIKTI ng.
,i t h e s t u d e n t c o i niniiltee
i i n l t e i room in Milne llaii will he used as Art association budget.
chisel] members of the men's varsitt
Priie-S'i- Sydney Cox of Dan
lit civ rooms for dances, according |o Besides these two, the council indebate team llii- week. Miller v. a; nouth eollcg e, who taught a course
st t le f a c u l t y in t h e s e l c c t i o i
'ic-idint A. R. Hrubaclicr.
lend- to present the usual three groups
ipiipiuent,
according ti
elided alternate, and Wolner was I n tin novel course during the suinI hese checkrooms, one fin men ol plays, lo exhibit two collections of
er session here, will address ihi j (Ireen.
named captain.
i
d
the
other
for
women,
will
he
in
paintings,
and to have an artist lecto
|
T
h
e
m
e
m
b
e
r
s
of
t
h
e
-tudeiil
ugli-h
group
Friday,
according
Judges of lb,, try o u t s were: Dr.
Hi i ii^s. His topic will be i ' niinillee include: hinianiiel t . r i e n , harge of student, who will he paid lure somelime during the second
Harold W. Thompson, prolessor of
intheir
services,
Dr.
Mrnliacher
said,
semester.
Dales for these appearHi\\'av
Ro!«.ri
I'r
.-(
teaches
'30,
c
h
a
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r
m
a
n
:
D
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r
o
t
h
y
T
h
o
u
i
a
.
Knglish, ai d i larei.ee II, Hidley, as
The front dour, of Page Hall will antes, have not u l been definitely deM„|bb"
Don.tin
l.efferl,
.Vice
Walsh.
sh.laul professor of history.
e
.ijM-n
when
dance,
are
conducted,
tcrmined,
Miss
Graham explained.
(Jlller speakers will he Professor Kathei hie Webs-er, and Richard
The team will meet I'llioll College
The Xatinnal Student h'ederation of
lie aiid'loriiuii. however, will lint he
har.es S Th anas, of the Graduate W l n - l o n , seniors: Catherine De
in ,, radio debate Monday night,
-In ml of Education at Harvard tin. lam v.
Rachel
Galb-aith,
Kuth
pen. Dancers mat use oiil> die inuil America is reipie-ting an increase in
October -M. The subject has not yet
rsity who mil speak on "Progress I Hughes, Carol Kelley, Russell laid
t.nr-. in Page Hall leading to the order to send a representative to the
been (It-fin lcl\ chosen.
"The linn, and Pauline Sebast, j u n i o r s ,
Miin.isiiiiii, according lo Dr. Hiu- annual conference, according to EmanThe men will also meet Victoria M Ihit Tcich ne oi English.
Tin hack -tan's a n t • be m I (ireen, 'Ml. who represented the
aching of KnglMi in the sec I a n , Helen
Mead a n d George
Rice. .idler.
l.'nivei-sih College of New Zealand teacl
seil old) in ca-, of lire.
college al the convention two years
ho.,I" b\ Professor Thomas is the] sophomores,
on the siiiiject, Res,,Led, That Anii-r- sclio.
sed in English methods I
ic.in go\ernmenl is in..re democratic texdmok
'I his
\|
.
,
Katherme
E.
Wheel
I
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P
R
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S
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N
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W
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C.
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than liri ish go\eniineut. The tenia classes I .
inlereiice \ I be in CaliClass to Present First
li.sh; and George
C a r o h n Kelley, '31, will leave lo
live date oi the cuite-t is Saturday, mj>, supervisor ii
v said. Ac ptance :if llus
Play
Here
October
item
will
cxpreiltetid a meeting of the ua
-desire of the
I'l glish ol
\ . N'orvell, stipen i. ir
November I.
The advanced dramatic* Cass •
siiidcui associatii
onal student council of the \ oimg
-end a repi'eeducation,
le state deparlinelil
present
its
lir-l
plat
of
die
year
seiilalive,
\'oiin n'- ( hri-t an association al
on
on
the
ho
will
lead
a
ihsc
Seniors to Be Nominated
the audiloriiun of Page Hall. Tu
Debate Council Asks $453
of English ' l a . - i ,rd, i nun.
Progress of die leach
'I he debate council j . s requesting
I'l ins will he made at the Confer- da.\ uiglil. ( Icto'.er 15, James J. C
For Campus Queen Today
the Slate ol N'cw Vork."
adt,
'.ill,
director,
anuoiii
ceil
lud
appropriation from ihe student asso-nee for ihe S i h e r Hay convention
i'l w.ll be a out act plat
Live seniors will he i
limited,
iation for ihe first lime. Il is asking
FRESHMEN TO ELECT
b\ balloting, lor campus queen in
\h ml live colleges will be repre si -a tiia-1 hie. "Ii is powerful, but for $453.08, according lo Louis I
Wolner, '30, president of the council.
regular a seinblv toda) at II 10 hicled Moiidat. ( Iclober 14. in room , .en led. Miss Kellet was elected \, ma pretty," according to t as-idt
'I lie cast includes Horace M \ c r \ |
"Music Association is paving out
o'clock, according lo Marion hi >$(', of Draper Hall al twelve o'clock,, the council a| Silver bat h'i-1 .lunt
Hollo, '30, president ol the student ice adiug to I tln-l Gnuidhofer, '30, Ih is is the ,••<• I tear Mate I'ollegi '31, who will plat the part oi an old | over SI,700 during the coining year.
man;
lla/-el
Goodelle,
'30,
Ins
daiigh
\\\\are asking for only $1,200 from
;,,socialion.
T h e queen will be I freshniiin class guardian.
hi
i
II
n
pi
e-euted
al
the
council
- has
lee: Cavi'd) hei husband; Kallu-ruie | t | u . sludeul bodv." said Dorothy L.
chosen from these candidate!, next
week, she said.
I Webster, '30, the gi aiiddaughter; ami ' | | r j
,,.,•, ',){), president. Among the
The student b o a n p o i finance will
Raymond ( olliiis, 31, the son.
pri-sentatioiis planned by this oiganipresent the l ' W P'30 budget.
'I he follow ing ton i tees, have z t t i o n a r e : Percv Grainger, $000, ihe
Besides presenlal
of the bud
been appointed: selling and lights, Kedroff Russian quartet, $700, and
Doroth) lir uer, 30; h ai-c, Louise : | W 0 assislina attists for two concerts
get, cards will be distributed to
students for student directory in-j Sighting a burglar in the basement (lie saw a HI taking lead pipe. S t a n o Dubee, '30: ro-t c- aiid make-up, 10f t), e women's chorus,
lb him, but was t h r o w n | Ueverly Diamond.
3 0 ; properties,!
_ _ _
formation, and the c a m p u s conmiis,f the house where he is employed,! grappled
Eleanor Brown, '30; and advertising,
siun will he appointed, Miss Hollo
Victor Slarr, '.ill, grappled with u ""'Vl' vsaannounced.
Htrilliug experience," was Kalhcriuc Grahain. '30. .Margaretlie PRESIDENTS
TO
MEET
Students should come t o asseni 'iiiiu Wednesday morning, but was | Suur's oi
imiiciit upon his strug Scliroeder, '32, although llol a uieiiihcr of the class, is painting a special
bly prepared lo give home address, brown off in a struggle to arrest him. .:' , . i l h the b u r g l a r .
drop for ihe scenery.
Albany address, and Albany teleFollowing the man to the street.
"Presidents of all sliident organiThe cast is rehearsing daily. "Wo
p h o n e number, a c c o r d i n g to Marie siarr hailed a policeman who fired
'32 E L E C T S H A S W E L L
expect a l)ig attendance to show that zations will meet Wednesday afterl l a v k o , '30, editor in chief of the ive shots ai die llceing burglar. The
Harold llaswell, \U, was elected the students are interested," Cassuly noon at 5 o'clock in the lounge room
student directory,
ii.tii escaped.
cheer leader of the sophomore class said. "If lliey come out and support in Richards Hall," Dean Anna E .
Siarr, who is employed by Dr. MarHEADS COMMISSION
tin II. Frctind, 718 Madison avenue, at a meeting last week in Page Hall. us, we will be able tu offer a better Pierce announced today.
"The meeting is for the purpose of
D r . Prcund's' absence ill He succeeds Edward Merry, ex '32. class of plays. We have new equipD o r o t h y E . T h o m a s , '30, will luring
head campus commission this year, Europe, was awakened before nine who resigned ihe office. Charles Kis- ment, and intend lo make the most of having (he various clubs which use
the
new
lighting
system.
If
the
stuthe
college buildings for their meeta c c o r d i n g to Marion K. Hotto, '30, o'clock Wednesday morning by a
sani, 'i2, was appointed custodian of dents show that they want better ings sign up for definite rooms a t
president of student
association. noise in ihe cellar. H e started downdrama,
an
effort
will
be
made
to
definite times during the entire year,"'
Class presidents will each appoint tairs to investigate, and when he had class property at the same meeting supply i t "
Dean Pierce said.
t w o m e m b e r s t o t h e commission.
reached the foot uf the cellar stairs, lo succeed Carl Tarbox, '32
Physical education, based upon play
and self testing stunts, will be taught
this year instead of the usual calisthenics, Miss Dorothea F. Dietz, instructor in physical education, announced today.
"Many of the foremost physical
education leaders have come to the
conclusion," Miss Dietz said, "that
more good is obtained in physical
education by doing what one naturally
would do rather than to go through
the regular exercises given in the
gymnasium. Jt is natural for a person to play tennis or hockey or somi
other game while as a rule no ont
would think of swinging her arms
around."
FOUR OF FACULTY
TO HEAD SECTIONS
DURING MEETINGS
VARSITY DEBATE
TEAM IS CHOSEN
TO MEET UNION
4 ARE GRADUATED
WITH HIGH HONORS,
ROLL ISDICATES
STUDENT DANCES
Victor Starr, '30, Grapples With Cellar Burglar;
Man Escapes Despite Struggle To Arrest Him
5 O'CLOCK WEDNFSDAY
siTA TK OULLPXJK NEWrt. OCTOBER 4, 192.1
State College N e w s
Established in 1916 by the Class of 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
Stale College for Teachers
revised by a committee. Besides, they agreed that in
addition to making Myskania the custodian of traditions,
they would also accept till responsibility of helping enforce them. T o break that promise seems a confession
of insincerity and dishonesty with the body which students have agreed to help. T h e association thought the
traditions worth preserving.
Without being actively
obeyed, they may become a mockery to those who
framed them.
'7 Usee To Be A Bear", Freshmen Will Think
As They Sing-"LifeIs Very Differont Here"
ife is very different, so very dif-l Perhaps the freshmen will petition the
of 1932 to let them remain
ferent here"—Who of the class of
1933, in anticipating his college career under these rules, for they will
T H E N E W S BOARD
at State College, ever imagined hint- realize that the sophomores have their
Louis I. WOLNEII
Editor hi Chief
self leaving a room after an hour's interests at heart. Perhaps they will
54 West Street, Dial 6-3595-R
attempt lo assimilate facts about voluntarily continue the simple life,
MARGARET J. STEELE
Managing
Editor
European history, bowing his head, for habits arc easily formed. And if
22-1 Jay Street, Dial 3-17SO
and admitting in song that life was one fourth of State's students goes
MARGARET H E N N I N G E
Advertising
Manager
" D / ^ V / ^ X T / ' C , NOYICSTCRNS r o PROSE
different from what he had expected'( conservative, maybe the rest will take
Newman Hall, 741 Madison Ave., Dial 6-6484
J A N E J. FOKMANEK
Finance
Manager
D V J V J l X U , WITH SATIRICALCOMEDY
Yes, college life is very i|tteer when up the fad.
Chi Sigma Tlieta House, 302 Quail Street, Dial 6-6255
But woe to the freshman who goes
one is distinguished from "old" stu...Associate
Managing
Editor
ALFRED D . B A S C H .
dents by middies or shirt sleeves and to the other extreme, and neglects to
Avenue, Dial 6-2004-J
811 Madis
obey
the edict, and dares to act and
The Sun Cure. By Alfred Noycs. 320 pages. New skirts or knickers, according-to one's
dress in the way of his ideal colleSENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Dorothy Brimmer, Caroline Kotrha,
respective side of the fence.
York: Cosmopolitan Book Corporation. $2.
seniors; Genevieve VVinslow, lewd Johnson, juniors. DESK
"In my home town there I used to gian. His mildest penalty is a warnEDITORS: Netta Miller, '31, George P. Rice, '32. JUNIOR ASSOing; for his second slip of memory,
CIATE EDITORS: Catherine Brodenck, Mildred Hall, Emily Leek,
What would you think if you saw your parish clergy- be a hear"—What would my prep
Martha Nord, juniors. REI'ORTEKS: Gladys Hates, '30; Margaret
school
associates think if they could a form of public announcement in
Ciisler, Jean Gillespy, Uuth Kelscy, Ruth Mahcr, Virginia Pr.v man return home, dressed in rags snatched from a see me now? Gone is the shimmer which he shall personally tell the
tesi, Lilly Nelson, Beatrice Samuels, Alexander Schoor, juniors; scarecrow? And what would your moral sense prompt
of sophisticated silk stockings—the world of his guilt. But imagine his
Frances Keller, Donald V. Grey, Sarah Caplan, Ruth Brezee,
Evelyn Pitts, Samuel Dransky, Bessie Leyine, Robert J. Floody, you to say if you saw a burglary loot concealed in the lower part of freshman habiliments embarrassment at the third infringement,
l i e must apologize to the
sophnmnres. ASSISTANT ADVERTISING MANAGERS: Dorothy I.elTert,
consists
of black cotton.
'30, Dorothy Burdiek, '31. BUSINESS STAPF: Alice Walsh, '30; rags? The English poet, who has turned to the field
"Here I'm in a muddle, my brain sophomore class.
Josephine Howland, Ml; Audrey Flowers, Marion Weinberg, of fiction places the minister of his comedy in such an
But how will college romances bud,
Frances Mazar, Betty Raymond, Helen Rohel, sophomores.
is in a fog"—I can't even recognize
embarrasing situation.
myself by familiar inkstains. "It's a if freshmen arc denied the privilege
Published every Friday in the college year by the Editorin
The Rev. Basil Strode, the curate at St. Margaret's, great big puddle" and this little frog of dancing in the gymnasium at noon?
Board representing the Student Association. Subscriptions. $2.2
But by Tuesday, October 14, everyper year, .single copies, ten cents. Delivered anywhere in the was a handsome and athletic churchman, but possessed can't even dance in the gymnasium.
United States. Entered as second class matter at postoflice,
Such might he the musings of any thing will he restored to normalcy.
a self satisfied mind which alienated the affections of
Albany, N. V.
The
freshmen will he initiated, and
freshman after Monday. Then the
The NEWS does not necessarily endorse sentiments expressed Brabant Lane. She rejected his proposal, refusing to "voluminous tyrants," as the preced- students will no longer he able to spot
in contributions. No communications will be printed unless the marry him until he committed a burglary or some crime ing sophomore class was fondly them, unless they overhear, in the
writers' names are left with the Editor-in-Chief of the NEWS.
corridors, covert plans lo "get even"
Anonymity will be preserved if so desired. The NEWS docs not unworthy of a minister. A school friend of Strode, called, have their way with the tender
"frosh" for the period of a week, j I pouncing on the class of 193-1.
guarantee to print any or all communications.
named Harry Dalston, was also weary of the clergyThe appearance of the freshman girls !
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man's swaddled mind, and proposed a treatment of will gladden the heart of any grind : ;
mental and physical ills, known as lite "sun cure."
Who could he frivolous in cmiserva- ! j
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4.
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Albany', X. V.
The patient was supposed to hash mule in the sun- live black cotton stockings and d
mure inid.h blouses ?
WILL THEY HE A MOCKERY?
light, hut the suggestion startled the ecclesiastical sensiPerhaps the rules will simplify li
h
lily
of
Strode,
lint
Basil
was
unwittingly
lead
on
to
ing
-^ the v. m;en will have less tr'otil
Several blank spaces appear on the schedules of some
take
lite
treatment.
imtting
on their gymnasium costume
of (lie organizations which will seek appropriations from
One day, lie caught a suspicious character, Double I _ _ . _ . . "
the student association this morning:. If the assembly
Q u e s t i o n : D o y o u a p p r o v e of a
VOTE
grants all the money requests which will be made, the Dick, steal,;,, the" silverware front a pieiuc ^SOPHOMORE
one dollar increase in m e student
tax will be boosted one dollar. A failure to complete ( Picnics seen I., he as handy as hotel-. I Basil captured
tax this year?
a schedule means thai the money originally granted for Dick, and released him only after administering a oilier
certain presentations will be placed in the reserve fund, reprimand and solemn counsel to navel the narrow path. .
AMOUNT
1$ $685j
Grace Brady, '30
Yes, I approve
dollar iuci ease. V\ it],
students receiving little benefit from the funds which The clergyman left the party, and sitting down upon a I \ \ ' | i c n (|1C sophoniore class an- " ' ' ' "
ler facilities at college, will
they give.
-read Dalstou's letter.
suggestion i,,roved a budget of $(,85 this week
'''''
ter activities.
lence, the
, , ,.
.
ii
•
i
ii
i ,
.
F
--»»•
s ••" ""•-' > " o i collie greater
activities, Illenee,
tile
The organizations are obligated lo assure the students
led
him
on
,n
a
reckless
impulse,
lie
stripped,
lay
down
„
,
,
„
,
,
,
,
„
,
.
expenditures
of
I
increase
is necessary and justiliuecrt as(
the
grass,
and
fell
asleep.
Meanwhile,
Double
Dick
upon
i
h
h
that every penny appropriated will contribute to their
last year by $45.
enjoyment. They have no right to take money from happened along, and stole the minister'- clothes.
I'",- C a m p u s day a r r a n g e m e n t s
Helen Otis, ' 3 1 : "If the dollar
Basil awoke, wandered throng the fields, slept in haythe pockets of the association and then place it safely
the class has agreed to contribute increase in the student lax is for
Honesty demands that every or- s'acks at night, all the time trying to discover a way $50,
out of circulation.
an estimated
increase of something really necessary, I think
of returning to the rectory without meeting his parishganization show, by a completed schedule, that it will ioners. I lis disappearance was successfully played up twenty-live dollars over last year. that it will not be challenged.
use, for the benefit of the students, all the money which in the newspapers, and be returned in the condition hi- I Men's athletics has heen decreased However, I believe that we are enis requested, or that it give definite assurance that the cheated at the beginning of this review. The ending is | . f r o m ^21 to $20. Girls' athletics titled to an explanation of additions
lo the budget."
. ,,.
_,.„.,
to the, .... . . ...
his priggishneswhite spaces on the program can be filled up. It seems hilarious, and Basil
wl
unpared with
faction of Brahara.
" r «-' cc '™ ^ ;<
reasonable to expect that there should be no appropri0:1
George P. Rice, '32: " T h e two
The novel is a light, nonsensical tale, which satirizes I $
l a s ' year.
ation without an agreement of the organizations to supply intellectual movements and pokes gentle fun at the deA new item of expense which the student activities which demand the
greatest increase a r e : Dramatic a n d
the entertainment. Taxation without explanation is un- termined people who espouse them.
class did not have to pay lasl year Art association and Debate council.
fair.
merit
the increase and
Modem Scientific
Knowledge
of Nature. Man. and is $100 for freshman caps and I'hese
Society.
By Frederick A. Cleveland and F( iiirleen toques. F r e s h m a n bullous will cost should be given it. If the students
wish
to
cut
down
on the budget,
BETTER THAN
ARCHITECTURE
Collaborator:
Illustrated.
592 pp. New York: ] the class ^2S. and $51) will he con
they should do so in the activities
tributed for expenses of Moving-lip ol lesser importance."
State College will furnish one room for students where
The Ronald Press Co. S4.50.
, day exercises.
studying is forbidden. T h e Lounge which will he forHere is a comprehensive effort to "orientate" the
Helen Mead, '32: " I n view of the
mally opened to the student association Monday morn- general reader, to give him an insight into the universe. j T h e s o p h o m o r e (lass
donating
file I thai our student tax is much
ing will contain no display of books. The name of the It represents all the departments of human knowledge $200 for a gift to the college. 'I'll
smaller than that of most colleges,
placed
upon
a
miniature
scale.
It
tries
to
set
up
the
sum
shows
an
estimated
deer.aroom indicates the purpose for which students may use
MU\ that the benefits derived are
mileposts in each subject to lead the reader along the
il. It is a meeting place where both students and mem- , nil Ii of all thai man has contributed to the sum of | of $50 iron, last year.
more than worthwhile, I see no
!
reason why the dollar increase is
hers of the faculty mas assemble informally for chats human knowledge. 'I'he articles of the virions contrbuSophomore soiree will c o s , t |
not justifiable."
tors have been integrated to make a clear unbroken
and games. The grind will find no hospitality here.
lll
'I'he room supplies a need in student life. It is not road for the reader.
'W item of expense
T h e ped;
Doris Williams, ' 3 0 : I h a \ e alBook- which trv to reveal only skeletons of subjects goglie s\ ill receive $ III A iesi '"'''•
very comfortable to philosophize on hard seats; neither
:\
rvc ways considered the student tax as
is it enjoyable to plug through a day's work without ' ecce-sarily are incomplete. Yet, when properly handled, mud oi $150
,,, ,;„, , i m . , | ,,for a form of investment, ihe benefits
VVll ,
mental relaxation. Student conversation, for the most Ihcv may stimulate tin- reader on lo further inve-liga
j in the returns of which more than
ati
part, is extremely dull, and any innovation which seems o.ni. 'I'he ho.',;, filled too often, with technical cxplana
an
I double in value, throughout the
to promise a development in the a n of conversation K lions, i, -ecu-, may hinder am iiiidcrsiand'ng on the
school year, the- money (hat we put
perhaps, as valuable in a college education as some of i nart of the general reader. A greale,- simplification of
xe.l into it. If bs increasing the lax,
lerius,
a
unnong
of
the
tnmccc-san
material,
and
an
the courses ,n the curriculum.
la.-1
this
sludeiil inve.-lnienl increases
With the opening <.i the new room comes a responsi- ampl'ficalion of what is left would prohaMs incic.a-c
Curlis K',
lass likewise in the was of benefits rebility. Classes have generously fought the furniture die salue of the honk.
c.illecliu,.
ceived,
whs not pas ,,„.. dollar
,' ! / , C > , e / I •!• /,',•/-,.i-/ ,V\! '/'<;,..
which an impoverished stale could not afford. I'on
IP
Gerald f. s,- linear
New \
scientiotis student-, will not use the polished tables and
the upholstered furniture for footstools; neither v. Il
R u t h Hughes, '31 : I appi ov. of
tluy make the unders'de of tables and chairs die re- !
the increase if |he -lu.lelit.s will r.
p. -iloiy of chewing gum. They will not leave their j
ceive henetils eipial to that d .liar.
sill I'm.
manner.- at home.
I understand the Dramatic and \ r t
i sable,
Se H.
lak. - '
and Music associaiious are bringing
• l e p ii
-ing a -nine-CI |o II
STUDY i \ c IS K<IKUIDDEXI
worthwhile
people here
II all defeu sludenls
pends where the eM a iiiones ssill
To the careful < b-crvcr, die new building- an- offer
- i II I h e l a l
assistants in the eln mistrv, |dis-i. - he p h o c d
ing educational opportunities which surpass a m arihi- !
w T i e r e d - l e d . 1-1 w l l - 11-11
Old biology labol ,,lories for this
tectural features, 'lie- additional space i- providing foi |
- IMI»d Will I! l e h o i l ; - w h i
I s r a e l K a p Ian, " 3 0 : N'es, a n , ,l
- c u . ae, online. ,,, r e p o r t , given lis
those leli-a-tetc- between iiistru. mr> and student-, which ! e-l Tie- n-c , f ih, card -s
were formerly conduced during gulps of food in a
m s t r i u l o i s in the science depart•d illu-iralcd - .ilh .1 aor; in
m e a n s an i n .
e niiinb
crowded cafeteria.
I
T! t author h; . boiled ilow
c and o i l projeel
( h a t s with members of the faculty listiall) form the
e a n . I Piiedi
richest par- of a student's life, 'flic inllueiicc of one
ap.-l
•cnlial -uggesi
l . ' t l s e a p p o i l l l l i n Ills in t h e < l i e m i s
speakers, , „ i n o l h c i i- sue p, r
instructor wiH, perhap-, be mole weights in the slu\ ear
;ieH of ih IM
Us
lahoraloiies
include
l.,.m-.c ol t h e F c h o . P.l l a v . a t w o ' d o l dent's conduct than an) philosoph) gleaned from hook-.
if their inaiui
cparal
fiask
and
f.dsvaid
I'll, .i n-mi. lar increase ii baseba
Aspirations are icu.dis stirred up and quickened by
be
g i s e n o n , re, 1 t r i a l as ,- m a j o r
port
stimulating contact, with older minds.
h o n o r s ; frank O i l , 'I, Frederick
w i t h a lull -.-he,bile.
I'd i ; u
Opportunities for conferences between -lud.nl- ami
\ \ ( ) VI. \K" \( i< ) \ T S I' \ T P I'i i t . l . E i if
\ppleloii ami Roberl Kankiu.s of live doll,,,- in
would 1 ring
member- -i the faculis will tend t , liberalize courses
I-ion, the file
j'.C. and George lie,sail. '.i.i.
us l o o p , a l l |, r a t r i a l , 1 II. 1 Sll||>(,sc
Unit's c n t i r e l \ o'H o |
he
i | i u - I a ai
I
he
assisiaiils
in
tinbiiilon)
dc
suggestion offered ii iriencll) conversation. Instructor
I n s b n i l , Pi i w i l l i n g l o ,|,e .
will base those opportunities for in.lis idualizcd n.-'.mc
pailineul arc I . o n . o n e i u-liinau.
for ssli.,1 1 , u i s i d e i w i r l h w h i l
,i „ ..hi, I, ;„)!,!
I.. - the .deal teaching situation.
I'30, and F l o u n c e llorM, '31.
E u n i c e E . G I b e r t , ' . i l l : N', -. 1
Ka.s IOI.IKI lis inc. '.ill. and Arnold
W I D E < M'EN S P A C E S
I opping, '31, ss ho were laboratory
I l ssill enal le us „ ,
ople
go far io find a more patriotic exOne will b .
I 'sork. r- iu Ihe ph\ si. s departineiil ss In ,n 1 pel ii
'.«!; I
•red by a student in a western high
d \ in
ample than lb
la-l s . a r . ssill continue in Ihe same - h a l l we ha c t h e ,,, p i i r i u n i l • o f
school which is organized under a form of self govern
hear me;
Se o n d l v . at p r c s e n l
il.s i i r both semesters.
our
.s.a, |„ 1 !
'„„.,,
'('he indent legislative body bad passed a lav.
lax |- lower than thai
Ih.l
requiring the observance of certain duties. After the
. !•
ill! at ll
leges, a n d s i I h e inc
oll.d
I,.I
Wij,tatute had be. n on ihe books for almost a sear, a de-I ml pn
cause n o urn u o r a b l e . n i n e -in
( , \.
C A L I •:NDAK
1
cided di.rc-.peci f.-i the regulations was noticed by the fe--or .
I ollll
s in chargi oi Del \\ i.,- pails a r e : enter
T )day
faculty. T h e siudiii!- had set up a law which the) were
GETS OFFICK
i, Belt) Diamond, l.iiu I Gi Ihofer. Babe Kap
now Haunting, it must have been a dramaiie -cine when laiim••!
S i u d e n 1 \ s - c n b l s . 11 III A M
!
Marion I'. Polio, '.ill, pn ,;,len| ,,i
n. 'I'hoi lis II. rer\ : insignia, I'.unice ' iilberl, Babe
one of the y u u i g e r n t c m b u s of the association made a
Ness in II, t ' l i l .
r. c, p t i o
lor
'be slmleiil association, will ocenpv
Kanlan
I
,,;i\e
D'ubee,
\
irginia
Sehullcs;
faetilly,
Kath! f r -shuiei
stirring appeal in assembly for obedience to the regula741
Hal
i'-!|l oi Ihe a. w .ilice of Ihe public.
M a d i s o n A v e . 7:30 P. M.
tion ending his exhortation with lhese svords, "Laws are •riii<- Dialiam, ie nine Gilbert; refreshments, Louise F.
Unas ,n room li
Ira I., .\bce J. Iieiu.it, Kalherine |i. W'atkins, lane I
cn.p'ty rnh-s when they are not obeyed by those who
Monday
She will I,.- .supplied with a desk
P.dssard
made them."
. ,
, ,
, Form.tiiek ; deconii, n», .Mildred ( itilaut,
C a n t e r .urs
M
e
c
l
i
C
l
u
b
ai
to
as-,si her m carrying ,,ui her duties
!g
Thoiii|i .--on. I' u d i rid. Crumb, Coruejia Nan Kh-cck, Mary
I ast year the .indent association voted its approval
A ; 2 U ' c s c m A seuue. 8;0(»
M.
•''-' prc-ideni ,,, || 1( , association and
Nelson; pc.ler, Lucy G. 1 la.eer and Belly M. Harris. ' I
at Ihe continuance of the college traditions which wire
as chairman of ihe student council
le—
APPROVES BUDGET;
FACULTY APPOINTS
TEN STUDENTS AS
LABORATORY AIDS
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STATE COLLEGE NEW8, OCTOBER 4, 1929
lb SEEK POSTS
ON COLLEGE NEWS
Teach In College
Dorothy Brimmer Will Teach
Class In J o u r n a l i s m
For " C u b s "
Fifty freshmen, seven sophomores
tilic| two juniors tire trying out for
positions on the editorial staff of the
STATU COIXKUE NKWS this year, ac-
cording to Dorothy I- Brimmer, '30,
associate managing editor of the
NEWS, who will instruct the journalism class for cub reporters.
Sixteen will try out for the business department.
They will be in
charge of Margaret It. Henningc, '30,
advertising manager, and Jane J.
M I S S G K A C L . fV\. 3 R A D X
Furuianek, '30, finance manager.
The first class in journalism for
editorial staff try-outs met Tuesday.
The '•cubs" received their first assignments and instructi. ns in the
fundamental principles oi j urnalistn.
The class will meet each week during
the year for instruction by Miss
lirinuncr.
Candidates inr the business department have been divided inm two
en,up-. Tlie\ will work alternately
under M i - llenniiige and Miss borUKiuek
This plan will enable the
"cubs" to work in both the advertising and the I'mance department-.
Alice .--plain and Helen Dannie-,
huth iuniors arc trying fur editorial
• lalT positions. The sophomores are
Kjla
Mvers, Helen Silver, \ era
G r a c e M. Brady,
Ahovi
Hums, Ann Lallan, Rose Hergsleiu,
, Jane j . Formanek,
( harles I.. I.inick, and Anne N'esbitl.
holl
Freshmen ••cub-" are F. (iaynor,
struct, ir.s in i n , , .
| | Mct'atm. D. King, I- link. I'l-ie
Hahcock, F.-ther Fckstein, F.llen Sper
heck l arita Smvth, Mildred Quick,
Kllei'i Mahony, Marjorie
Morton,
Sylvia l.utskv, Iulna F.pslcau, Anil,..in Kulczveki, France. McMahou.
Helen Hr'adv. I). Kvan. Adella
I eimau
l.crnard Kerbel, t'harlotte
I nbiias. Kditb Tepper, Agnes McCi-ane. Dorothv l.evernis, Margaret
l!ecau-c of irci'ea--.'d regislr
I'arber. Hetty liordoii, I Juris Kills,
( arolvn
Kramers,
Mary
I ooley,' j the comiui rce department, I ii
' j Brady, Jane J. Furmanek. I'niair
F.velv'n Fsmav, Margaret Kuriler
daniack, Clarice Taylor. I manager oi lb. \T.ws, and ' r i i o i n
Alii
rowlev, Margaret Service. . M l l M .|| ; i ] m, ,c,,,',.,•.., have b
Verm
Harriet Dunn. Alvina Lewis, l.illiai
ened
to teach college ela
W'ehier Violet I'utnam, M. I'annoii
I' Dni-u, K. Ilarler.
cummer.., acconhng I
Ih
I Hurliriilge, Clara Allen, Catb- ( ,,-MI'CC \ l . Vofk, head
,.,-ine Frazicr, Mario,, Fearv, Hilda
icrce d e p a r t i n
M 'C
Isabel
Smith.
Katherine
short han.l
•hii
MeHra.H
Hewitt, Margaret kouhan, K. Rem ,
hart Mice Klompis. and Thorle\ I >u I. Mis- Lormanek and kins
K',,se.
have d a s - , s in bo ,kkeepin K
Tr\ nits for business department u i M . . , , n . j V l . |,,aetice uachin
Mai
pnMUnns a n : Hety Kauler and Mar. . T , u . y .„.„ ,„„ ,„„,,,,. , „ , „ .
I'r
icder,
bulb
juniors
Tbercse \\'e : liecke, Annis Kellogi
uinercc, parlicularly shorlhand and
Mildred l.i\im;slun, Marjorie l.oiie.
epm:
,n„ir. Doris Slever, and Harold I lawell, Helen Hiuuhef, and Leah Dor
,,,,, suphoiuores; l.lovd loiies, Mar
Nork e.xpl
'I'itkin.
Mice X'ord, Mary
l.illi
" W e ai
I li-jilnlls MacCoiuhs, Muriel Smill
tiidcnl I.
and Thorl. \ Du ko-e, freshmen.
.ad ..I doing lln-ir
•aching in Milne
W I L L ELEC'i MEMBER
Af«u> College House Doubles Membership This Year;
Residence Is Conducted On Self Government Plan
Y.W.C.A. SUBSTITUTES
MASQUE FOR BAZAAR
sJ&Sl^^K^^^3s^fcir'
THREE STUDENTS
TEAGH COMMERCEIN COLLEGE CLASSES
\ new ineiuber ol nil
Martha |,
II he elect.d to repla
nwland, '31, who ha- left collc.nr, |
e. riling lo I lorothy L. lirimnier.
, ,f the niii-ic a-socia-ocia ;
I'll
"rum mi engraving of
the time in Harper's
Weekly
m*'w^r.
Autumn of '79
•l rucl n
scinest.
MISS P E L T Z
John Floyd Tells The World
Of Engagement In Tiny Verse
Mattresses and pillows a r e being
Accoinniodations for m o r e than
twice the number of last year's men provided by the house, according to
When you untie this little tag,
You let the cat out of the bag
have been provided by College Barnum, but each of the men must
House, a c c o r d i n g to Robert Bar- provide his own sheets and blanThis little verse introduced the
T e x t books a r e pooled to
nttm, '30, house manager. Twenty- kets.
announcement which spelled the
one men a r c living at the house make a c o m m o n library.
end of single life for John Floyd,
'29, one of State College's former
Recreational activities include a
at present, and there is room for
confirmed bachelors.
piano and p h o n o g r a p h . T h e r e are
four more.
On a little slip of paper atT h e house is an improvement also a bridge table and cards,
tached to the card, tins legend was
over that of last year. T h e build- checker h o a r d s and crokinolc board.
writien :
Sings, which were conducted at
ing is much larger, new furniture
Announcing the cnyayement of
Miss francos Christine
Theobald
has been purchased, and the win- the former residence, will be conTo
dow space is greater.
Separate tinued each Sunday morning.
Mr, John Dempster Floyd
T h e men each pay nine dollars
study balls, dormitories, dining ball,
and social rooms are also features weekly for which they get two
The marriage date has not yet
meals daily, breakfast and supper,
been set,
ol the new bouse.
Several men
T h e house is located at 13-1 Cen- besides their room.
tral Avenue, three blocks from the who do not live at the bouse eat at
college. T h e telephone number i- i reduced rale.
T h e house is conducted Oil the
.iial 3-/61(i.
They elect
T h e r e are three rooms in the self-government plan.
The Young Women's Christian A s basement of the house, which is at il'licers who conduct all business sociation will substitute a masquerade
sidewalk level.
I he dining room or the bouse, pass rules for selffor its annual bazaar this year. It
an accommodate 30 people. Other
/overnineilt, and enforce the rules. may be conducted in the women's
rooms include the kitchen and tin
There will he a housekeeper this gymnasium in Page Hall, Wednesday,
house office.
I wo -ocial mollis on the main year who will live at the house October 23, according lo Mary F.
She will cook and
Hour have been iuniishe.1 with ; |n i iiiancnth.
X'elson, '30, president.
T h e massuite of v\ icker I'uriiiture. scvera clean, but will not have charge of
.eatiier casv chairs, two new rugs, discipline, which is in the liand- querade will he presented because
if the students.
bazaars involve too much work, Miss
and a pi.mo'. There i.- also a lihr.o
witii a bridge lame and . b a n s
College House is closely associ X el son said.
; he In Usckeeper's room is oil Ibi- ited with the Voting Men's ( litis
'Lents will replace the tallies formlli.or.
T h e oiiginal erly conducted by each class. Enian
Association.
i'i\. stud, roniii- are on the se. plans were laid bv V. M. C. \ .
trance
to these tents may he gained
md Hour. ' I ach r..om ac. nniiio
aid all the men w h o lived at the
any upon payment of an admission
dates four men. All room a n -up
muse Ir.-l vear were members ol
Kadi class will decide what
plied w ilh tallies, lights, and chai,.- V. M. C. A". This year, the asso fee.
novelties are lo be within its own
i I e sleeping on i r l . r s arc on tin
ai L.11 will probably conduct meet
lent.
lliiid Ho .r, where a
di rutiior,
ugs in the social ruoms of tin ne.\
il\ ill
I here i. use, and several officers of V. XL Fvervouc will be required to attend
masked'.
A. mav live there.
C7p. WILE Yale and Princeton were battling to a
\xJ
tie at Hoboken, New Jersey, a small group
of scientists, directed by Thomas A. Edison, was busy
at Mcnlo Park, only a few miles away. On October
21, their work resulted in the first practical
incandescent lamp.
TOURS
.j
f || u , ,i,,,sie as-.i i
\ lour "f |-'.iirope, winch incli
union was plaina-d 'at a I *'"" - I" Holland. Il.lgiinn, Fra
Italy, was made tb
Wednesday! "-oMlzerlau.l
111!.
rine 1'ell.*, instruct.
• now being summer l>> *
Music club prograi
Few realized what fifty years would mean to both
electric lighting and football. The handful who
watched Yale and Princeton then has grown to tens
of thousands today. And the lamp that glowed for
forty hours in Edison's little laboratory made
possible to-day's billions of candle power of electric light. In honor of the pioneer achievement, and
of lighting progress, the nation this year observes
Light's Golden Jubilee.
Much of this progress in lighting has been the achievement of college-trained men employed by General
Electric.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER 4, 1929
4
LION WILL APPEAR Teacher Must Stir Up Good Little Boy
FIRST TIME FRIDAY
Because Perfect Behavior Isn't Normal
Mills Art Press Will Print
6 Issues Of Magazine,
Miss Steele Says
T h e f r e s h m a n i s s u e of t h e L i o n
w i l l be d i s t r i b u t e d n e x t F r i d a y , a c c o r d i n g t o M a r g a r e t J . S t e e l e , MO,
e d i t o r in c h i e f .
S i x issues will be
published d u r i n g the year, she said
today.
T h e p r i n t i n g c o n t r a c t for t h e L i o n
iias b e e n a w a r d e d to t h e M i l l s A r t
Press, according to Adolph
Scholl,
'30, b u s i n e s s m a n a g e r . T h e M i l l s A r t
P r e s s a l s o p r i n t s t h e STATIC CCW.LKGK
NKWS.
T r y n u t s f o r t h e e d i t o r i a l staff of
the Lion include: D o r o t h y
Hamm,
' 3 2 ; l-'rances C i a y n o r , A n n e G u e r t z 1
m a n , A n n i c e ICellog, a n d A l i c e C o r nell,
freshmen;
art
staff,
Helen
W a t i e r m i r e , Evelyn Sperbeck, Mabel
Oilman,
Leah
Dorgan,
Gwendolyn
jeffers,
Kalhryn
Boyle, and
Lucy
flurbridge,
freshmen.
B u s i n e s s staff
trvouts a r e : Margaret Cusslcr, ' 3 1 ;
Frances Keller, '32; E d n a
Epstein,
Rcna Solomon, Ruth Albert,
Ruby
Taub,
Dorothy
I lirsehfeld,
Esther
l-ligby, G e r t r u d e C o p a n s , a n d S y l v i a
Liltsky, freshmen.
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T h i r t y - s i x freshmen are t r y i n g out
fur D r a m a t i c a n d A r t c o u n c i l , a c c o r d i n g to K a t b e r i n c T . G r a h a m , '30,
p r e - i d e m of t h e c o u n c i l .
E l e c t i o n of
t w o f r e s h m e n t o t h e c o u n c i l in t h e
s p r i n g is d e t e r m i n e d by i n t e r e s t a n d
a m o u n t of w o r k p e r f o r m e d .
Tryottts
include:
Josephine
Ball, R u t h
A.
Boyd,
Rebecca
Brody,
Janet
A.
Campbell,
Helen Cromie,
Winifred
Silent, Obedient Child Is
Diets:, M a r y F r e e m a n , M a r y
Gardiner, I . m i l . i H o r n b e c k , L l o y d J o n e s ,
Bigger Prob!' m Than
Marie Jutld, C h a r l e s Juckett, D o r o t h y
Bored, Bad Ones
King, Carolyn K r a m e r s , Ruth Lagerowitz, Alvina Lewis, K a t h i n e Dong,
T h e g o o d l i t t l e b o y w h o is n e v e r
Ellen M a h o n c y .
caught stealing jam and who always
E l i z a b e t h M a c C o m b s . Gladys M c - minds, and the sweet school girl who
Intyre,
Frances
McMahon,
Ellen
is n e v e r d i s o b e d i e n t a r e b e i n g m a d e
Murphv,
Helen
M.
Pauly,
Mary
Pitkin,
Mildred
Quick,
Marie
E . t h e s u b j e c t of a s p e c i a l s t u d y by e d u to
R e d m o n d , R u t h C. R e d m o n d s , F r a n - c a t i o n a l p s y c h o l o g i s t s , a c c o r d i n g
ces E. Root, D o r o t h y S e v e r n s , M a r - P r o f e s s o r F l o r e n c e E. W i n c h e l l , head
tha
Sheeban,
Elizabeth
Simmons,
of the h o m e economise d e p a r t m e n t .
Hilda
Y. S m i t h , M a r i o n
Tangney,
T h e healthy, n o r m a l c u r i o u s child
E l i z a b e t h I.. V a n E p p s , a n d A l i n e
Wolf.
will be g i v e n b i s s h a r e of a t t e n t i o n if
T h e r e a r e f e w e r t r y - o u t s t h i s y e a r t h e e f f o r t s nf the i n v e s t i g a t o r s s u c t h a n hist y e a r , a l t h o u g h s e v e r a l m o r e
ceed, P r o f e s s o r W i n c h e l l believes.
a r e e x p e c t e d to sign u p , M i s s G r a " T h e s p o t l i g h t h a s been t u r n e d t o o
h a m said.
" I t is p r o b a b l e t h a t t h o s e w h o h a v e l o n g on t h e s u h - n o r m a l a n d s o - c a l l e d
s i g n e d ii]) will be m u r e e a r n e s t a b o u t d e l i n q u e n t c h i l d , " P r o f e s s o r W i n c h e l l
their w o r k this year since they k n o w
said t o d a y . " T h e q u i e t o b e d i e n t c h i l d
e x a c t l y for w h a t t h e y a r e s i g n i n g .
A c t i v i t i e s h a y h a s e l i m i n a t e d for us
NO COLLEGE
ORCHESTRA
m a n y of t h o s e f r e s h m e n w h o f o r m erlv sinned up n i e r e h because s o m e " A n o r c h e s t r a at S t a t e C o l l e g e wil
o n e else d i d , " M i s s G r a h a m b e l i e v e s . I
be e n t i r e l y u n d e r - i n d e n t j u r i s d i c t i o n ,
GOOD BOY WHO NEVER GETS CAUGHT STEALING JAM
IS NOW BEING STUDIED, PROFESSOR WINCHELL SAYS
Dr.
COMMERCE COURSE
ENROLLMENT S0ARS\:!^
T.
Frederick
II.
Candlyn,
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who
k e e p s all
is s o m e t i m e s m o r e of
the
ru'--
a problem
than
t h e c h i l d w h o finds it difficult
to m i n d
w h e n lie is b o r e d .
"Curiosity
and
the
is n a t u r a l
normal
child
r e s e n t s being bored.
to
childhood,
is a c t i v e .
M u r e and
teachers are being
trained
each
individual
he
child
is
as
troublesome
a model
in his
"Some
they
ished.
or
sick
at
whether
whether
are
or
to
quid
i; ••,
S line a r e m o d
initiative
to l o o k
be
is
quietness.
children
are
lack
an
lie
more,
do
because
ei\\
nour-
. hecau e t h e \
things.
Inertia
is o I ' u n t h e rea ;DII w h y a s c h o o l c h i l d
a l w a v - , ohev.s.
lie
brought
activity.
'.' iwed
Such
out
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el
into
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needs
stimulated
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by
keen
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home.
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EXTENDS
SYMPATHY
A l p h a i b a p t i r of P h i D e l i a e x t e n d s
w u p a t l n to b ' l u r e n e e l . i i u n d u l l , '30
II t h e . l e a d ) of h e r l a t h e r .
R i c h a r d s H a l l : E m m a P.esig,
32;
Donald Bryant, 3 8 ; T. Frederick II.
C a n i l l v n , 2 8 : W i n I'red I'. D e c k e r , 7 ;
.\L. A . n u l l , ' D o b b i n , 6 ; M a \
Fillingh a m . 7; F l o r e n c e 1). I ' r e a r , 1(1; A g n e s
! I".. F u l l e r c r . 3IIA : H a m
W. Hasti n g s , 2-1; A n n a R. M a r s i m , III; R i c h | m o i i d I I . K i r l l a n d , 12; C h a r l o t t e E .
I...eb. 6 ; l . ' h n A . M a h a r , 1 2 ; E l i z a beth II. M o r r i s , 3 ; G e o r g e A. S.
P a i n t e r , -I; C a t h e r i n e
Peltz, 30A ;
Helen
M.
P h i l l i p s . 31); A r l i l l e
E.
P r e s t o n , 6 ; A l i c e E. R v d e r , 7 ; l e s s e
F. S l i n a r d . 4 ; H a r o l d W . T h o m p s o n ,
3 6 ; F l o r e n c e I'.. W i n c h e l l , 8.
Tersonality Bobs-Finger Waving - Permanent Waving
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PRESENTS
ELECTROLA
'I be e l e e i r u l a . used In s t u d e n t , for
oou turn- danciiiK, w a s f o r m a l l y p r e
e u t e d In t h e s t u d e n t a s s o c i a t i o n at
s s e i n b l ) la-l F r i d a y .
(lusted H a l l : Victor Baden, 160;
M a r g a r e t D. H e t z , 2 5 6 ; B a r n a r d S .
B r a n s o n , 2 5 6 ; C. C a r o l i n e C r o a s d a l e ,
159;
Earl J. Dorwaldt, 159;
Gertrude
E.
D o u g l a s , 21)3;
Margaret
l l a g l c b e r g , 263;
C l a r e n c e F. H a l e ,
1 5 6 ; W i l l i a m G. K e n n e d y , 2 5 6 ; C a r l e ton E. P o w e r , 1 6 0 ; M i l t o n F . P r u e ,
2 5 6 ; H a z e l R o w l e y , 1 5 6 ; M i n n i e H.
S c o t l a n d , 2 6 3 ; | o h n I. S t u r m . 2 5 6 ;
Dr. O l i v e W
W h e a t o n , 159; C l a r ence A. W o o i l a r d , 2.W.
Milne
Hall:
Elizabeth
Anderson,
2 3 6 ; A r t h u r K. l i e i k . 121 : M a r y E .
C o u k l i n , 22'*; A n n a I., d i s h i n g , 1 3 3 ;
1 3 1 ; I..
Antoinette
Educators Throwing Glare Al ulhi cnes o i iT, . 3H3 i1l ;l , h'.dna
I .avion.
133;
Ham
I. I.inloii, 121); M i l t o n (,. \ ' e l
On Successul Home
son, 1 2 5 ; M a r i o n R e d w a v , 225;
lohn
M. S a y l e s , 121); K l i z a l i e t h h". S h a v e r .
Of Normal Child
236;
M i r i a m S n o w , 22";
E a r l c P..
s u c h s u c c e s s f u l h o m e s a r e built tip, S o u t h , 121 : K a l b e r i n e I'.. W h e e l i n g ,
a n d w h a t t r a i n i n g is e s s e n t i a l t o d i e 2 3 1 .
m e n a n d w o m e n at t h e h e a d of t h e m .
Men's gymnasium: Rutherford
R.
" W e h a v e put all t h e e m p h a s i s on
B a k e r : Page Hall, women's gvmna
the unhappy h o m e bin n o w the searchsiuin: I),,rutin
D i e i z , M . h'.. H i t c h
light is b e i n g t u r n e d on t h e s u c c e s s f u l
c o c k ; l ) r a | i e r H a l l l i b r a r y : I l e l e u ('.
Ii. >nic w h e r e t h e n o r m a l h e a l t h y c h i l d
J a m e s , A l i c e M. K i r k p a l r i c k , M. R.
is r e a r e d .
Meyer;
Stale
Education
budding:
" T e a c h e r s h a v e b e e n t o n w i l l i n g to
Catherine
M,
I. n c ,
Martha
C.
a c c e p t t h e q u i e t child w i t h g r a t i t u d e
Pritchard.
a n d t o o q u i c k lo let t h e n a t u r a l a n d
c u r i o u s child i r r i t a t e her.
Modern
p s y c l i o l i i g j h a s s h o w e d t h e e r r o r of
Willard W. Andrews.Pres. F.Wayluntt Bailey.Sec
t h i s k i n d of e d u c a t i o n anil e v e r y t h i n g
i n d i c a t e s m o r e a t t e n t i o n for t h e g r e a t
m a s s ol" a v e r a g e c h i l d r e n . "
elaxati,
:.
E v e r y m e m b e r of t h e f a c u l t y w i l l
h a v e t h e u s e of a n office, a c c o r d i n g
to a n a n n o u n c e m e n t of M i s s E l i z a b e t h
Van Denburgh, registrar, today.
The
a d d i t i o n of the n e w buildings will
p r o v i d e r o o m s f o r staff m e m b e r s w h o
h a v e n o office s p a c e , s h e s a i d .
T h e a s s i g n m e n t list, a r r a n g e d a c cording to building assignments, i s :
Draper
Hall:
Martha
Albright,
203; Blanche Avery, 305; Ralph A .
Heaver,
103;
Harry
Birchenoiigh,
103;
Marion
Cheseborough,
110;
H o w a r d A. Dobell, 103; Clarence A .
Hidley, 2 0 3 ; David Hutchison, 2 0 5 ;
Caroline
Lester,
103;
Eunice
A.
P e r i n e , 2 0 8 ; A d n a VV. R i s l e y , 2 0 3 ;
Donald
V. S m i t h , 2 0 3 ;
Ellen
C.
S t o k e s , 1 0 3 ; W i l l i a m E. V o l l h r e c h t ,
205; A d a m A. Walker, 2 0 5 ; Edith 0 .
W a l l a c e , l i t ) ; G e o r g e M, Y o r k , 300.
to
hca<
7lT>
s l n
E n r o l l m e n t in t h e c o m m e r c•••••'
"«
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e d e p a r t' - >
m e m is still
ine. with 5 l o -111- to f o r m a n o r c h e s t r a mult
dents i
t e r c d I • v a r i o u s c o u r s e s , of t h e m u s i c d e p a r t m e n t .
n lessor George
M.
V n r k , b e a d of i he d e p a r t m e n t .
Tlii •
5.1 s t u d e n t s o v e r t h e
eiirolbnent
last y e a r w h e n 146 stuGeo. D.
d e n t , .siyned l o r c u i i r s e s a s c o m p a r e d
w i t h 199 this y e a r .
S o m e of t h e s e
s t u d e n t s a r e r e g i steia d for m u r e t h a n
one course.
T h e continued increase m e a n s that
t w o r.,r t h r e e t e a c h e r s will p r o b a b l y
be a d d e d ! > t h e c o m m e r c e d e p a r t m e n t
next v e a r , P r o f e s s o r f o r k said
Many students hav. already traiislyrred
Iran
Pittsburgh
Xormal
never gives any trouble i„ the
•I room
FACULTY TO HAVE
OFFICES FOR ALL
STAFF MEMBERS
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ST.V1E UOLLEGK NEW*. OCTOBER 4, 1925)
JI/M0K W/GH OTS
SCHOOL TO CH/LD,
DR. SOUTH SAYS
W H Y S T U D E N T T A X W I L L SOAR
PUBLICATIONS SEE
ANOTHER CHAPTER
IN THEIR ODYSSEY
T h e following table s h o w s the cost of extra curricula! - activities at
Stale College for t w o years and the proposed budget t o be voted on
today in assembly.
1929-30
Organization
1927-28
1928-29
"Our problem in the junior high Music Association.
$1,000.00
$1,200.00
$1,000,00
College
News
2,900.00
2,900.00
2,900.01''
school is to fit the school to the child,'"
850.00
830.00
900.00
according to Dr. Earle IS. South, as- Echo
I )ramalic and A r t .
1,000.00
1,200,00
1,500.00
sistant professor of education.
Dr. I Myskani
253.00
375.00
350.00
South is in charge of the tests ad- Men's basketball
1,700.00
1,500.00
1.700.00
en s
750.00
900.00
900.00
ministered to the seventh, eighth, and f'J. ' b a s e b a l l . ,
200.00
300.00
200.00
ninth grades of the Milne Junior High \! Minor
'Vimor sport
sports.
h
300.00
200.00
200.00
! Athletic contingency
schoi
200.00
200.00
200.00
Secretarial contingency
2,000.00
2,200.00
The ninth year students took intel- i Infirmary fund.
2,200.00
428.34
432.26
landb
393.1.1
ligence tests, diagnostic tests in EngGirls' Athletic Association . .
1,200.00
1,200.00
1,200.00
lish, and achievement tests.
Meas- | Student directory
147.3(1
150.00
160.00
ures were obtained in reading compre- T r e a s u r e r ' s bond
25.00
25.00
25.011
10.00
10.00
10.00
hension, arithmetic, language usage. T a x cards
155.00
300.00
spelling, knowledge of history, l i t e r a - j ^ 1 1 ^ 1 Student Federation
800.00
800.00
tin e and general science. The Eng- j r) e °"ate 'Council'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.
453.08
lisll tests included capitalization, sen12,628.49
$15,751.42
$14,652.26
tence structure, 'language usage, and
punctuation.
The seventh and eighth grade students were given the intelligence and
achievement tests.
"There is no particular problem
about ability." I )r. South said. " W e
tr> to fit the school to the child. To
do that we inu-l know the child'?
abilities and efficiencies. We attempt
to base our judunient on the result-,
of nil the tests."
The children are grouped together
in classes according to their ability
in English, I Ir, South -aid. " W e tr\
to place children of like dillictilties in
the same section. In this way, they
can receive attention in the particular
phase in which they are weak."
Relief From Stairway
Congestion Is Promised,
PAGE HALL NAMES
MARY DEGNAN, '30,
HOUSE PRESIDENT
Will Speak
Mary Degnan, '30, was recently
[elected president of Page Hall, 131
! South l a k e avenue. Other officers
i a r e : Marion Nichols, '30, vice president ; Kena Solomon, '33, secretary;
M a r g a r e t I E r r . '32, treasurer; and
j i iweudolyn Jeffers, '32, reporter.
I I'age Hall moved recently to its
I new resilience, lis telephone number
is still u-iMl.
The ninth grade took tests hist
June.
The English methods class
and Dr. South', education 11-' cla-s
in slimmer session rated papers.
Tlii. was pari of the testing - r\
ice teed a- field work for the cla-s
in Education 112. The course is
open only to .eniors and graduates
with the consent of Dr. South.
I.as! year, some of the schools
tested included Congers High School,
Roessclcville High School. L'nadilla
High School, Albany Academy for
Girls, and St. Ague- School.
Another chapter in the O d y s s e y
of the .State College publications
was written this week when t h e
NEWS, Lion, E c h o , a n d P e d a g o g u e
moved from Room M in H u s t c d
Hall, where they have had offices
since May of last year, to r o o m B
in Draper Hall, next to t h e C o operative book store.
I Before coming to room M, all
four publications occupied a c u b b y hole room under t h e stairs of
Draper Hall. T h e r e , all four p u b lications combined did not have a s
much r o o m as a n y one h a s n o w .
Most of the work w a s done outside
the office. Since May, all t h e w o r k
of each publication except t h e a c tual printing has- been performed
in the office.
The new office is n o t so large a s
that which has just been vacated.
It was formerly occupied by t h e
music department.
The left side of the new office is
HAROLD HASWELL
WILL JUDGE DAIRY
STOCK IN CONTEST
MfSS
HEt.',kfi
T PA y
Miss Helen T . F a y who
will speak before
business
girls' club.
Two Faculty Members
Will Address Y. W. C. A.
the h e a d q u a r t e r s of the N E W S .
fi)Cr^£S
jS,FO~rTp*.£.R.
Professor A g n e s E . F u t t e r e r
who will speak at teachers
convention in Svracuse.
right side is the P e d a g o g u e
< \ ''','« middle section of t h e
room is shared by the Lion and t h e
Echo,
T h e room was subdivided
Monday.
The first issues of the Lion a n d
Echo will each be issued from t h e
new office.
Kooin M may be occupied as an
annex to the present cafeteria.
offic
Miss Futterer to Give
Six Lectures This Year Activities Compel Honesty
Seniors Say in Radio Talk
Miss Agnes E. Eutlercr, assist-
ant professor of English, will deliver six lectures this year, according to a schedule announced today.
Arrangements for oilier appearHarold llaswell, \1_>, winner of ances may be made later.
the N e w York Stale Eair finals in
Miss Eutlercr will give a series
the dairy stock judging contest, will
of lour lectures at the W o m a n ' s
go to St. Louis, Missouri, to coinclub; one at the Aurania club, and
pete in the national finals during
one at the Teachers' convention in
the week of O c t o b e r 12.
Syracuse, T h u r s d a y . O c t o b e r 24.
If llaswell succeeds in gaining She will speak on " J u d g i n g the
first place in the national finals, he
I'lav" at the convention.
will be a w a r d e d a trip to Europe.
"Extra-curricular activities develop
a sense of responsibility in the student and compel him to be honest in
his relations with his associates,"
Marion E. Botto, '30, president of the
student association, and Louis J. Wolner, '30, editor ill chief of the N E W S ,
declared in a radio address over
WHY, Schenectady, Sunday afternoon.
Their address was the last of a
series of lectures delivered by members of the faculty and students. Miss
Botto and W'olner represented the
students.
I Miss Helen T. 1'av, manager ot |
Because of the congestion on the „ t ,
• ,„„,,. s ,
,,„, F r „ ,
central stairway in Richards Hall,, .
'
,
, •
ll ss r
the three glass partitions at the land' " »"rnard S. Hroiison, head ol j
ings will be cut away for the instal- the chemistry department, are sched- j
lation of doors, iiccording to I'resi- ! nled to speak on the program of t h e ,
dent A. \i. Hrubacher.
Federated Husine.ss (lirls' cluh nl the |
The contractors who did the iron Young Women's Christian association I
work in the construct!
f the buildMiss l a y has heen asked to present j
•hitects to make the necessary alte
mis.
An iron stanchion will I
sketch, Thursday, December 12,
lidli d beside the present one, ai. .
g life in a hook shop. S h e ;
,iigh of the Lrlas.s cut iiwav on the M " " , n i - U
io an.
allow lor the in- «a'.c a similar outline last year at
o p p o s e sides
sides io
the Mh.iuy Women's club.
stallali
l doors similar to tlio
I'r lies,,, |',r i,s,„, will talk March
Ihei'e now. No definite date im" ll
v. irk has been set wt, according i
I - lirubacher.
MENORAH MAKES PLANS
IPAmfc Atif>
Elans lor the , eai were outline
Jewish Students to Begin
\ i < 11 ><--< 1; i \ .it the first ui.-cliiio .
Holiday Services at Dusk i J)u nt oi ;i diiiui i lor the h c shine
\|ipro\ini;iteh 2H0 Icuish student- I «
colleee wi
ll.ishanah ,u dusk toinghl
nducted in Jiv.ish
saturda\ and Sun
uses ,,l word
. nights.
il. M,.i
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he ,e»i of a fresh bian.
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8TATE COLLEGE NEWS, OCTOBER 4, 1929
6
METHODS CLASSES
BAY BE EXCUSED
NEWMAN TO GIVE
AHNUALRECEPTION
Governor Roosevelt To Talk
At Cenvoeation Here
October 17, 18
Catholic Club Will Present
Play For Freshmen
Tonight
Classes in the m e t h o d s courses
a n d education m a y n o t meet T h u r s d a y and Friday, O c t o b e r 17 and 18
in order that students may attend
the 65th Convocation of the University of the State of New York
a n d the 25th a n n i v e r s a r y of the
unification of the University and
the d e p a r t m e n t of public instruction.
"Educators of national and international prominence will be included on the list of speakers this
year, and those instructors w h o
think that their classes would benefit by a t t e n d i n g the convocation
may excuse t h e m from class, acc o r d i n g to President A. R. Brubacher.
Registration of delegates will be
a t 3 o'clock on the opening day and
between 4 and 5 o'clock there will
be a reception in the rotunda, tend e r e d ,by the board of regents and
the commissioner of education to
delegates and invited guests. T h e r e
will be refreshments and a musical
p r o g r a m by the band of the Ithaca
Conservatory of Music.
"The Lost Silk Hat," a play by
Lord Dunsariy, will be presented at
the annual Newman club reception for
freshmen tonight at Newman Hall,
/41 Madison avenue.
The cast includes Anne T. Moore,
'30; Anne Savercbol, Frances ConIon, Frances V. Peck, and Winifred
Apel, juniors.
Committees in charge of the reception a r e : Jane Formanek, '30, and
.•'ranees Mazar, '32, chaperones; Doris
Williams, Ruth Doyle, and Gertrude
Western, juniors, reception committee.
The entertainment committee will
consist of Clare Lyons,. Winifred
Apel, and Frances Peck, juniors.
Margaret Mickey, '31, and Frances
Behr, '30, will arrange the music
program.
Margaret Donavan and
kileen Hayes, juniors, and Sylvia La
Monica, '30, have charge of refreshnents.
"All freshmen who wish to join
Newman club are invited to attend,"
Mary Dyer, '30, president of the club,
said.
"Individual" Is Theme
T h e general theme at the openi n g session will be " T h e Individual."
At the evening session
T h u r s d a y , the theme will be " T h e
Individual and the State." Chester
S. Lord, chancellor of the university, will open the session.
The
Rev. William R. Charles will give
the invocation.
Horace
White,
former governor of the state, will
preside.
A. Lawrence Lowell, president of
H a r v a r d university, will speak on
"Self Education in College."
Governor F r a n k l y n L). Roosevelt
will talk on the "State's Interest in
Education."
Nicholas Murray Butler, presid e n t of Columbia University, will
give an address on "Twenty-live
Y e a r s of P r o g r e s s , 1904-1929."'
W a l t e r Guest Kellogg, regent of
t h e university and chairman of the
convocation committee, will confer
t h e honorary degrees.
"Individual Guidance" will be the
t h e m e of the session on Friday,
O c t o b e r 18. T h o m a s J. Mangan,
r e g e n t of the university, will open
the meeting and new presidents of I
colleges in the state will be introduced.
I
Dr. J o n e s Will Speak
Dr. A r t h u r J. Jones of the University of Pennsylvania, will speak
on the "Guidance of the Individual
in Secondary Schools," and Marion
Coats, president of Sarah Lawrence
J u n i o r College, will talk on "Guida n c e of the Individual in Junior
Colleges."
" T h e Secret of Creative Teaching," will be the subject of an address by Stuart A. Courtis of the
University of Michigan. An 'illust r a t e d talk on "Simple Machines,"
will be given by T h o m a s !•'.. l-'ine g a n , president Eastman Teaching
F i l m s , Inc.
T h e theme of the closing session
will be "Adjustment of Schools to
t h e Individual."
.Albert Leonard,
superintendent of schools, New Kochelle, will preside.
Carleton VV.
Washburnc,
superintendent
of
schools, W i n n c t k a , Ifl., will give an
a d d r e s s on " T h e Individual in the
W i n n e t k a Schools."
Helen
I'arkhurst, principal of
D a l t o n Academy, New York city,
will talk on " T h e Individual Under
t h e Dalton
Plan," and
Harold
Kugg, of
the
Lincoln
School,
T e a c h e r s College, Columbia University, will give an address on
" T h e Significance of the Child Centered School."
T h e Kev, Kenneth li Welles of
the W e s t m i n s t e r church, Albany,
will give the benediction.
The
T r o y High school orchestra will
p l a y at several of the sessions.
JffUujft $L (5nuu>e
Love Of Study Conquers Men
As Doctor Orders Quarantine
To Greet MacDonald
The thirst for knowledge conquered the men at College House
Wednesday, when they eluded a
quarantine sign placed upon the
house. A seige of tousilitis and
throat trouble hit the house, confining Walter Driscol, '30, Ormonde G. Guyer and Anthony
Kulczyki, freshmen, to bed.
Dr
Farl J. Dorwaldt, assistant instrutor in hygiene, placed the house
under quarantine, ordering every
resident not to attend classes or
to enter the College buildings until
Monday.
Anxiety about the loss of college
work was so pressing that the men
urged Dr. Dorwaldt to omit them
from the quarantine. So, now the
three ailing members of the House
are isolated in rooms by themselves
and the others are cheerfully attending lectures and struggling
with quizzes.
Newman Club Will Have
History Study Hour Again
A. A. W4LK£t*S
Newman club will conduct a study
hour in history again this year according to Mary Dyer, '30, president
of the club.
Elizabeth J. Moriarity, '30, will be
in charge of the hour, every Wednesday night at Newman hall.
The study hour is not restricted to
members of the club, said Miss Dyer.
All freshmen are invited. There will
he a charge of ten cents.
O
Professor A d a m A. W a l k e i
w h o is invited to a t t e n d reLEO ALLAN LEADS
ception in honor of Premier
MacDonald.
IN SECOND ROUND
Adam A. W a l k e r , head
OF TENNIS MEETof Professor
the economics d e p a r t m e n t , is one
T h e m e n ' s tennis t o u r n a m e n t progressed to the second round last
week, L e o Allan, '30, defeating
Bernard Sullivan, '30, 6-2, 6-0, in
the first match.
T h e scores: first round, T h o m a s
Herney, '32 defeated Vincent Festa,
'30, 5-7, 6-2, 7-5; William Sunderland, '33, defeated W a r d Cole, '31,
7-5, 6-1; Albert Ritchie, '31, defeated H o w a r d Maun, '32, 7-5, 6-0;
Jack Saroff, '32, defeated Vincent
Chmielewski, '32, 4-6, 6-3, 7-5: Carl
Tarbox,
'32,
defeated
Gordon
Hughes,
'32, 6-0, 6-2;
Charles
Lyons, '31, defeated Arnold (lopping, '31 (default).
'1 hree of the members of
the lounge committee who
will greet students in the
lounge room.
From top to
bottom, Emanuel Green, '30,
c h a i r m a n ; Kathcrine T. W e b
ster, '30, and Russell W. Ludlum, '31.
Men Did Not Try to Have
Harrier Team, Baker Says
No effort has been made to organize a cross-country team this year,
according to coach Rutherford
k.
Baker, instructor in physical education, A squad which was organized
last year was disbanded a week before
the contest scheduled with Hamilton
College because the men's athletic
council ruled that there were nut
enough men to maintain the spurt
successfully,
TO
NAME
Charles
Kissam, '32, defeated
Arlton Bush, '33, 6-0, 6-4; Fred
Eckel, '32, defeated A r t h u r Jones,
'30, 6-1, 7-5; Micklas Vacca, '33.
defeated A n t h o n y Stoka, '32, 1-0.
6-4, 0-2; William Sawyer, '31, defeated Kenneth Carpenter, '30, 0 6,
6-3, 6-3; Leo Allan, '30, defeated
Norman Collins, '31 (default ); Bernard Sullivan, '.!(), defeated Richard
W i n s t o n , '30, 2-0, 7-5. 0-4.
MISS PECK RESIGNS
Frances V. Peek resigned her
position as junior class cheer lead;
because of an excess number of
extra-curricular points. The junioi
class conducted a class inovtii'.j
yesterday to elect a new cheer
eader.
EAT
At The
COMMITTEE
T h e junior ring committee will
be appointed
this week,
N'etta
Miller. ',51, president of the junior
class, announced today.
CONDUCTS SERVICE
A candlelighting service was conof the 200 Albanians w h o have been
invited to attend a reception in ducted Wednesday night by the Young
h o n o r of Premier R a m s a y Mac- Women's Christian association in the
D o n a l d of Great Britain at the rotunda of Draper Hall.
H o t e l C o m m o d o r e , New York city,
Direction W a r n e r Bros.
F r i d a y night, O c t o b e r 11,
Professor W a l k e r is a m e m b e r of
MARK
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the executive c o m m i t t e e of the
Foreign Policy association which
has been invited to the reception.
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