THE SUMMER NEWS TEACHER EXPLAINS 950 ATTEND 1930 ENGLISH METHODS

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THE SUMMER NEWS
Vol. 1 No. I
X.
Y.,
950 ATTEND 1930
SUMMER SESSION
18
thai
in
a
lew
w h o will a t t e m p t
more
student*
t o r e g i s t e r at
tin
coiuodatioii* fur llieni.
Dr. Mill.m li. \ c l * o n , pr.i|'c**or
of education in the winter session
of Slate College, is the dire, lor ol
the I'M!) summer school,
Oilier
member* of the regular session include: Arthur Kennedy lieik. professor of education, I larry Birchenough, professor of mathematics.
Helen. I'., ( r o o k s , supervisor ol
practice teaching in the Milne high
school,
Howard
\daius
I ),,hcll,
assistant professor of mathematics, ,
David
llulchinsun, profess,,,- ol'|
government, Helen ('. lames and
Alice M. Kirkpatrick. assistant in- [
struetors in library science, Richmond,
H e n r y Kirtlaud. professor of cdu
cation. Harry .1 Linton, assistant!
professor of education,
Carelton
Kldcrkin Lowers, assistant professor of phvsics, \,|i,a Wood Kisle\,
professor ,n l i i s l u n . I lonual V
Smith, assistant professor of his
t o n . Karl I'.cniicil South, assistant
professor
of
educalion,
Harold
William Thonipsoii, professor of
TEACHER EXPLAINS
ENGLISH METHODS
Teacher
Training
In
England
Is
Topic
Of
Bradbury
In
Lounge
20 MEN TO PLAY
IN SECOND ANNUAL
COURT TOURNAMENT
illi
indicate
10 t e n t s per copy
Mr, I L. Bradbury, lecturer in
I- uglish MI t'hesler college, and cxtill-!. .11 lei Hirer ill T.uglisll in the
Cnivcr-ity of Liverpool, talked to
tin- facultv in the lounge ol Kichardson hail, Wednesday night. T h e
subject of his lecture was the
I ca. her I raining in T.iigland.
Mr. Bradbury i- a graduate of
i luring
the
I Ixl'ord
I Diversity sununei session he is leaching the
Shurl Sl.,r\ course.
(
Mr. Bradbury has succeeded in
'I he second a n n u a l M e n ' - I c n u i *
the
whole system
of
tournament
to be coiidui led this reducing
-muiiici
will t a k e i t * f u l l
- w i n g Knglish education to a one page
when twenlv m e n will match - k i l l diagram.
Kduralion
o,
tin
masses
in
on the c o n n - at W a - l n n g l , ul park
T h e lir-1 r o u n d o f the t o u r n a m e n t Kngland, he stated, began on a
150 years ago.
will h a \ e been c o m p l e t e d l>> t i n * large scale about
T h e lirst schools were denominaafternoon.
tional, which, after mice proving
I he -c, oiul r o u n d ol the lourna
s successful, were often
nielli will be c o m p l e l e d by W e d - j l h n
subsidized In the -laic. This, he
lie-day, July -'_', w h e n tell *ur\ ivor
e.\|ilaineil,
was typical of Knglish
of ihe lii'-t round will again c
pel,- III malched play.
I he third I ' ' " " ^ r v a t i s n i
round of the play, which will aK,,!
Has
70
Institutions
be the finals of the tournament
Kimlaud is relatively the same
will have been c
p l c t e d b y I'ues- size as New York Slate, but it
' dav, lulv 2'lth,
i has seventy Teacher Training ("olThe following men have signified j lege* while New York ha* but
tlieir intention to participate in the eleven such normal -chools. T h i s
*iiumicr tennis t o u r n a m e n t : Nicho- fact doe- not seem so amazingla- Yucca and Simeon
Maslan, when he said tint Chester T r a i n Irving
K, Coewcv
and
Travis ing college, being one of
the
toilette
Sanlord
Levinstein and largest, ha- an enrollment of only
Daniel Corr, W ils.ui and Howard 1 25(1 student*.
Baker, Arthur Levinstein and I'II'odav,
Mr,
Bradbury
says,
inef Stallmeii, Lawrence Wheeler I Lngland has a unified system of
| t,() \\\ru
p' n i iik McKarland I education,
adiuiuistered
by
the
:m,|
Anthony Srl.ka coiinlie*, which correspond roughly
|M ,| | | , . M I V Blal'ner
'.,,„] | | , , u , n - , | M a n u , \ incenl ( Iniiic to our -tales
The denominational
I tcwski and \ l c \ a n d e r School-, and pail
,.l
tinsystem, and
the
j \|j,|,:u.|
Tcpidino and K.uail M, school* in Kugiand today arc a
Stciubrickcr.
' t e a c h e r - are paid In llie -late,
\
I | |, ileiioiiiiuaiion own- the build| C r r M M r D cCCCinW
'"•-"' ; " " 1 l l , r " , " 1 " ' " - church
\ jUlYllTlLn
oLOiJiUIl
\ i* taught
There i*. Iherefore,
I
I* c d u , a l l , u i in every Knglish
!
even
thoimh
it
ionly
cil uin- h u n d r e d o v e r t h e e n r o l l m e n t
tu
1(J3()
You are requested to leave a
record of your Albany address
and telephone n u m b e r at once
in the office of the Director,
room 108, D r a p e r Hall.
It is
necessary that we have this information if i m p o r t a n t messages
and
telegrams
arc
to
be
delivered without delay.
M. G. Nelson
Director of the S u m m e r Session
T h e registration "I tinI'M)
stliiinier session of Stale i ollegc i*
upprnxiiiiat -ly nine hundred and
fifty student-, a r c
Ig
In
tl
the n g i
figure*
luained fi-i
years, the t o t a l n u m b e r of
18,
Director Requests Students
To Leave Addresses In Office
M e m b e r s of W i n t e r Faculty
Included O n P r e s e n t
Teaching
Staff
Ir.i
July
I lr. Milliin (,. Xclsun, prul'i
ii ediiialiun directs the State
cue summer session.
Dr. Nelson Welcomes
C
JUmmer
lulihii's
Ci J
i
D J
dtUdentS
DOdy
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MIX untie*
ol
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T h e school year is an exhaust| n g drain on the teacher.
She
is called upon constantly to give
both of herself and of her knowledge. T h e opportunity to study
and exchange stimulating personal experiences with a student
body "ol approximately a thousand offers replenishment for the
personality as well as for the
Knglish. \dani Alexander W a l k e r .
intellect. Discussions may prove
proles-or ol economic* anil socio-I to be invaluable when they are
logy, Kalherine I'.. Wheeling, a- | held with people who are facing
sislaut prol'e**or • >I Knglish. and
(he same professional difficulties
,,| the Bible.
which confront you, who are ,
(,c,,rge Morell ^ • M"k. prolcs-m- ol
Church H a s Control
i'i
crcc.
! working on the same problems,
\ new ,,,111'se ,u s,i, ia| s c i e i u e '
mi the - i w n l v teacher* t r a i n i n g
I he member* oi the siiiunn i
and whose interests and ambihabeen
introduced
into
ihe colleges
m
Tngland,
I. o l \
are
scssiuii la.ully, who aic visiting
lions are similar to your own.
-mum, r , I
I . in i i. ul
tin w a r d
iiim.it u uial.
tinI Imr, I
ot
in«lru>lors are: H a n i - i
Mien.
Cooperative study which is being
In
Di
lioimal
\
S i i u l h ..i the T'uglaud . o t t t r . i l l m g the m a j o r i t v ,
'"'
'• '"'•''
advocated more and more for
lli-loiw
dcpai'luii in
I Inr-e
\h
Bradhun
-aid
Ml the colsecondary
education
may
be i will he , , . i l l u m e d in the u, M two Ii gi
are
re-ideiil
, ,,liege-,
and
i v c n ; ,ial by teacher
' -uniuici -ess,,,,is, ,,ud - i \ , n i l i l - - r
ind b, aid i* paid for in a
ADDS HISTORY 20 Z\
UNDER DR. SMITH
5 Women To Compete
•
«
In Tennis Tournament ,
h u e woineu have - m m i n d then
inlenlio
p.II tn malum
m
wonnn'- l
• I. on n.in,cut |.. I,,
coiidui led
sl
iliirnm
ihe
-imiiuer,
'sI In \ a i'i i iei trinli- II
Heishheru', I K . , I
\ , . d , . , i . LeahM I",.i:..n, I M IVlleugih \nila
Soholcski
Ml w
,,, who ,.,i,i
play i.iini- and who would like,
In p a r l u i p a l i an reipie-ied I., -i.eu
nn Ihe in,mi hull, hi hoard in lIni,it,in,I,,
Name- ol opponent- and |
date- ol in,ii, hes will he posted a* i
-o.ui
111
a-
all
the e n t i l e -
an
'.
durng
handed
students ;
this summer
session.
Pro rani,! 01 ,u<ly s l l d
* l .t f T,
T
will he allowed loi the c n t i n . oiil'se ' l u m p s l i m Willi the tuition
I he
or two . i c I n ,
i,,r .-a, I,
„
er, ideal heme worked t o w a r d is to
a, n u d u m to I n
\ . 1 ,.,n
di leK
clniimal i
the
massed
\ '.-real deal ol m l , r, 1 ha hi i u dm
oi v and n plan- M with a
- a r o u s e d anion.- both 111< • lu.I, i l l - - H u b h, dl
i I'm , a, I, m d u i d i i a l
and Ihe i.ii n l l \ a- tin i an , v p e n
H i d . ul
! menial
i ..•
I In n i p i o b a h K
I nglaml ha- , , p e r u i i e u l e d w i t h
be your sole interest although,
of course, your study should be
cared for first. T h e attempt of
the O s w e g o Normal g r a d u a t e s . no
to
form
a group
the
organiza-
nth, ,
, Stall -
, ,,ll, ,-,
win. h
oit, i
in
the
.,
I unci
, nurse
M.
G.
Nelson
Director of the Summer Session
the
i
lion ol tennis and baseball, and 1 Irani I, ... In i - in ,.. i.il - . u m < . a
the production ol this s u m m e r I t i n - n, u
i c i- lo do
session newspapers are all laud- .
I hi I O I I I ..- i- d , m n e d lo pr, , in
able enterprises.
' ill.
I.,, i.
. 111 I.I I p. all u n d e r
I take this opportunity
to
land,,,.,' oi the
|
e s. line.welcome you to the S u m m e r
i ,- ,.|
ih,
high
, h.iul
and
Session of 1930 and trust that
-I
Id , i l - o
., i w
a- an orieiila
it may prove in every way a
c o i u - e I.n i f . , - , who are ml
satisfying experience.
'
i
i
j
hi' alioiial
\ -l.-in
and
mid
In de
cntal lu ihe
• l u d i nt I
the cdu, alioiial point
,.l view,
i 'ills three ,,r
ol the
-, M u l \
lea, her
In
u • "Meg, are l . . d . . \ i i * i n g the , o cdu. alioiial
* \ *t em.
Social hie seemed I., iill.-rleie
with
-tuiL
under
this
*y*tem. Mi
Bradhuiw
-lat.d
' ' » - ' " I Ihe g n a t
problems
ui
THE
SUMMER
NEWS
Ambiguity
be conducted, at which time p e r s o n s ' cession of furnaces which arc hardly
Professor to c l a s s : " N o w listen
mm
cut
the educational field to be kept under control; a succes- class. I don't k n o w why it is—
wm It I e secured as speakers on I sion of unsolved problems winch it every time I get up to speak, some
tonics of mutual interest to us as | will be difficult, if not imposs.ble to fool talks."
teachers.
This unique plan has solve by pacific mean"
T h e r e are t w o times in man's
Though divided on many points all
been tried and proven successful
life when he should not speculate:
when undertaken several years ago German Parties have combined in a When he can't alTord it. and when
in the summer session at State real fight against "war guilt."
General von Seeckt decides against he can.
college. And we reiterate, it can
Mark Twain
be done again.
It is up to the a United Europe because, "the State
"What is the u s e of T h i n k i n g "
that voluntarily submit to these
students to decide!
T
h
e
regular
session
of all high
I shackles should reflect whether it is
| not, in doing so, attending the funeral schools and colleges has come to
an
end.
Editors
national as
aspiration
KIII/IV.)
otf national
111.10010.
• •"• >-">••
.. , ,
B U U n U
Alexander Schoor
Andrew llritz
MthmiHl, v.m Seeckt is ..piinsed m .
T h e g r a n d f a t h e r ^ ' ' s o i l soapy
Manau'mg Editor
The Soiro '» American C ivilisa lion, l ^
,,„.,„ „f Republic, its speakers, at the convocation ccrcexistjn(,
Helen VValtermire
by Charles S. Johnson.
Henn
1 s i | ) . ,| K . w a r s e c m s to justify monies, all voiced the same opinion:
I the
hope
that Germany may ....ulillMIcontinue "A
"AtI Ithe
high schools
and colli.
Halt
Co. «J
?4
Associate Manai/iiiy
Editor
I I . . I. &
V. I",,
...... ,
I I , . I,i.,l,
tt.-lliink
.'Mill (••llll'lM's
1 .,
•
"' '
the youth of the nation is hei ,,
Frances V. Peck
"The Negro in American Ciyiliza- j a ' " a ""l')enillcrati'c'
Shit
trained
for
useful
and
courageous
Easiness
Manaijer
tion came, as the prelace tells tis,'
. .tizenship." Vcs, they all said that
Maxine Robinson
as the result of a long process. Doctor
Here and T h e r e
,,,,,,.,
, what the
u||ii]ii]
what
America
needs,
not
Desk Editor
Johnson is director of the social
artmeiV'at "h'iske univerSignificant is the fact that our I whole cock-eyed world needs
Bernard Kerbel
'"."•""•n','; ''l»ml* is nothing more or State college students are well 1 ]!K .„ a n d women who can think.
Subscription
Mtimtycrs
W ' t h a i ^ o l t u V ' l a U on every ,,.presented' a. Suminer Session. | , l l t n
high
scl
I and
college
Leah Durgan
T r i e of the ecoinomic life of the However, don't believe this is any seniors looked interested.
'I lieu
Elva Nealon
'
*
There
are
chapters
mi
health,
indication
of
an
unsuccessful
year,
afterwards
they
all
stood
up
and
Associate
Editors
"oMi'ncs on migrations, lads about but their attendance is probably received their diplomas
Gertrude llershbcrg
•Hue lynching and delinquency. W e ' due to their ambitious
nature
It was this slimmer that I asked
(jeneve Winsluw
, , 's'e i , on the housing problem Kveryone appears .0 be happy and | m , , , , b e r of the lacuhy one dav:
Si Maslan
Ray Collins
, „ , „ education, and on medical enthusiastic especially a
ng H e
I),, you think a final exam i.s ani
.•vie
There are parts describing ' professional group, who undoubt- criterion of the amount ol knowl
'cccupaional
tendencies of . h c j , d l ) have had successful seasons , , , K , ,|,e s t u d e n t , obtain from a
FORGING A LINK
, , . . , , , , „ | ,,„ women and children' a l , d are eager lo resume their work .
..
. .iere is in 1 use 1.1
I'astry. We read page after l'agej II,c-e still remaiu as usual a p i - thinking about it." he replied, "final
Col.I.Mac Niiws was published for
the first time as a summer paper
exams we always had and probably
, data and learn nothing ol the real . ponderauce ol the la re sex. hi
in the s u m m e r session of 1°2I, and
\ n o t h e r pro
e ,,r society of the negro.
the men seem to be holding their always will have."
was discontinued after the 192"
\ftcr the best research the r e s u l t - ( o w n " in spite ol their severe haudi- fesso'r told me. that if you do n,,t
session.
This
publication
attempt
ssion. This publication a t t e m p t s
• f | j s t . l ) V c r j e s W ere revealed in a ( a p s .
Long dresses seem to pre- believe in final exams there is no
t
.
.
.
.
, carry on, from the • point
where
'£ . ,
, l m ( |erstaiiding way, stim- dominate and the men continue to right lor you to be a teacher.
John J. M u r r a y , associate pro
ie last newspaper
finished, exactly
,"
.,.,. ; n U . r c s t of the reader to protest.
T h e older teachers will
the
newspai
eight years ago, under tin- name, further studv of the subject. This pmbahlv be a great asset is guid- fessor of economics in the lloston
T h e S u m m e r News. We have been , |. j s ., c | c ver collection of rewritten j„ K our undergraduates who olten university's college of business ad
ministration, states that examinafortunate enough in securing the inninhlets
statements, and studies. ! tend to materialize their ideals
co-operation of members of the T e second part of the hook conT h e |,,ckcr room has been r e g - tions are comparatively true tests
faculty who have given us many ains papers used at the Washington j Hvely quiet since the^ boys clout of a student's knowledge ol his
He said that a few stu
news stories. We are interested in National Interracial Conference ii
inch time to hesitate and an subject.
dents are able to bluff their way
the maimer in which the students
er-anxious to get I,
|'J28.
'
1
m
a
m
courses, 1.10,
but, 111.
that
to hmi
of the session, either local or out7...'
|,,. |ohnsoii writes of time. T h e cause no doubt can b. | m many coiuses,
11 10
of-town,
react
to the different
j ward of Northern Philanthropy. ] , onlrihuted to this highly developed j mind, none is able to slide through
subjects in the curriculum, the * m | |J. n | w ( . ., r c lc ,|,| f a ,ts, not the professional
altitude
which
the .four years of study at college with
extra-curriculum activities, and tlieir,
- (|| . ( | u . m | l u | . t he result of undergraduates are seeking to ae- otil sincere work 111 those courses,
! Professor
Professor W.
W. Williams
Williams ol
of the
thr
impressions
of
the
city
of
Albany.
.
'
,
mure.
\
s
a
reference
hook,
it
may
,,
up.Any communications received uy us 1
_ (|(. v a ! l Rue
, |hut
, ,0:111
(il a s s e s are scheduled to start at English faculty of the college ol
n | 1 uto
read tor
lor a.
a
Any coinnuinications received by lis
from both members of the student . .., a , „ | broader understanding of ten minutes alter the hour to en- business administration in Hoslon
body and the faculty, dealing with]
' p r u hlenis it is uuiiupi.rlanl,
I able the conuuuter from the farm | unirersity, held that no man to his
situations in common, and of i n - | m " "
_
, to
,,, finish their cchores
h o i . - ami catch the ,I „,„,„,.
know ledge
,, H . has
,,,.- been
, , . . , , able t<
terest to all, will be printed in this
trollc,
It is probably
lue also I through bis courses without di
work required of him.
paper.
T h e publication is issued 77;, lulurc o\ the l.cniian liufu,
( h ( , i u . t . l i s < i t v u | expar ling their ] the
far the hells I feh that examinations are in
with the sole imrpose of providing
by General von Seeckt.
I- ' • j sU rplu.s energy. TIluis
h u s ta
, h a i c been ringing periodically and ' t r u e test of a student's ability
the students of the summer sessioi
Dutloii .V t
"no examination ever
\nilole IPrance tells u- that the C h e classes have been passing ac- added that
lb
with a common means ui knowing
Analole
one a n o t h e r and gelling acclimated. perfect tvpe of military man "thought | eordinglv, I presume the bells are devised 1 an truly test a student "
Crosby C h a p m a n and George
W e are happy to state that several !,i nothing at all."
Gencr-' "... ,
.1 jailitol
:•
1 .—•.1
1I. ,-.....
il lo , alln the
1
S 1 .mils 111 their hook ,ailed
extra-curricular
activities,
as
a . .. kl fails to run Inn- to form. understand win the princi|
baseball team, tenuis t o u r n a m e n t s , This last book sunis up hi, political tiniie lo res
"Priu. qdes ,,f Education" say that,
and dances have been or will he 1 reed in a way that may have great
xeeplioiially line " in modern education there are
The la. nil
I iron, tlrn. point
1 eh, s ,,| the medieval
Imah-u
inaugurated during this period of inllueni e on the poliln al future ol
our association
I he greater the (icrinanv.
which sought to give finished ex
\iew good res„h-. ar. iuevitab
interest shown in a projet 1, the
anJ
planalioiis
to
all
problems
of
cxi-i
I
he
d
u
e
,
lor,
Hr
Nelson,
has
ma
I Inns v,,n Sceckl has no u-, for
bigger the success and we who
of I euce: 111 m a i n deparlnieiits ilia
Ills Piesideul 01
the interrogative attitude, that straigh
ttc.id summer school have a p r i d e ' ^ ' C \ ^ ] ^ ^ \ ' ^ U A \ . g
regislrali
Hid apparentl
situation well ,11 hand
His fair 1 forwardness thai open m m , l . d m .n,|,.,| |IN ,l„. -„!>„
in the college and will do even
,„, 1,,.,,„„,
ing the
1
,e, relarv u m l i u u e - to smile and is ' which is essential lo thought, 1
thing
lo make this
sessio
experts. lie sees little or
-till d i s p l a u u g lli.it nukiiown quail- repressed so thai s
• -a, red ..
successful one.
lor German) in the Par
tin
h w r y l l u u g seems I,, point established
social pri\ilege
-ha
stL-ll
' Agriculture must he the i'..uni|.ilion
Gl'.T'S ORGANIZE
jllsl
I
Ma\
be
I
am
queer,
but
what
'
.01 this new "Might Stal. "
I In
pro-pen
u
It has been done before at
the -ens.- ol lr\ ing lo gel a login
'' I 1 ioveriiineut should aid with export i r o i i i i d l b
irner
believe it should be done
education
•
Vreu'l
urn
-ii|,]
d
n
.'.'" and import dil'l'u ulties
Tin niliin
P.n 1
NU
If not this year, next sear
ii-e l o u r brains, or 1 n't ,1 lb
' I foreign polio
erin.un ,- ilearl)
are referring to the e-labh-l " " ' j suggesled In the .latenienl
Improved Conditions Financially I proper thing to do
Must \oi
of a Milliliter session .ludeiil a "- ". I "These peace ire,lie. In one road
D a d d y : When I was \,
| accept i w c r u h i u g the prols am
tiati<m.
I 'nder this arrangeuiei
a- glad to b:ne hie.id lo eal
I k- tell you, or mini \oii uol
' . " " ' or another are leading toward then
all sludeiils who beioiue Uleuibei
Five Year Old: Voii're mm h What . a n be done with llmse -In
[ion. and tin abrogation 1- tin
of such an organization would I
Is w h o a l w . n - d o w e l l 111 Iheil
I,. Iter oil now sour hi ing will
l 1
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r
,
entitled to receive tree
ol
work each dav, bill wl
eu 1
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.'? |'l ''" ' ' " slniggle il -land- 111 need ol aren't mil, I kid,I
copies of the S11
make a good showing in an ex
| might, the 1 reatioii m wlm h 1- italso he admitted to all college Itnu.
Il is almost liinin
Jack:
\lrighl you wait and -ee a mall,1,1 '
lirsi task."
lions without lost. Extra currit" | lai
less i 011 are cursed w lib a sei loin
Below the P a n t r y W i n d o w
'"'|
Is Germain looking forward to a
activities would be fostered tindei
vhen she ma) light the Ire.,is
ml and r e . o g u i / e the Irage.h ol
J e a n : (3 years) I'm a great I
the direction of the governing I n | \ersailles with for, c
all, how hard the profs would
body ol H e student association |
q . , ; , , , treaties have replai ed a
J a c k : (4 years)
\w go on y,\\ work looking over the final e\an.
which would be apponile.l |,j all |: l l r i ) | K , „. w |,ich there were a lew
re not
I papers, rather than Use their w 11 •
iiieinbers ol the association
| |ll( , differences, which siale-crall has
J e a n : I am too a big man
l a little mole and grade their -In
II hel when >oii glow up \oi
d dent- according to how well ihei
I ' n d e r sin h a plan, weekl) -|> for decade.-, continued In huge, b\ a
their work each da
seiubly or chapel meetings could new Purope in which there is a sia
it you're a
THE SUMMIT
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BOOKS
THE SUMMER NEWS
950 ATTEND 1930
Students Are Invited
SUMMER SESSION College House Rooms
SUMMER SESSION
To Go To Battlefield ADDS HISTORY 20
Open To Men Students
An excursion to Saratoga BattleREGISTRAR STATES
UNDER
DR.
SMITH],
' - ' ^ V V V - T V , Wa|field, Sehulvcrville. and other places
(Continued from column I, page 1)
director of vocational
guidance,
Niagara Falls, N. Y„ J. L. Bradbury, lecturer in English, Chester
college, England, extension lecturer
in English, University of Liverpool,
John S, Brubacher, assistant professor of history and philosophy
of education, Vale university, Lillian IV Clark, formerly assistant in
bureau of Naturalization, U ashing
ton, I), C , Clenn M. Davis, head
of the department of romance Ian
Ullages, Albany High school, Albany. N. V., Harold I'. French,
principal of public school, Mcnands.
N, V., Frank E. I Inward, pn.fc-.-or!
of historical importance in the
Uontmued from column 3, |mge li
vicinity of Albany, is being planned lecided as to their major interests
under the auspices and direction of in the social science subjects.
The social sciences consist of
the History department to take
economics, geography, history and
place Saturday, August 2.
sociology. Changes are now being
This trip is being made for the
made in the junior high schools,
special convenience of the students
especially in New York slate, to
of History S.i.V
However, an inteach a social science i o n i s e rather
vitation is extended to all students |
than a straight history course, acto lake part, at cording to I )r. Dun- j
cording to |)r. Smith.
Similar
nal V. Smith.
I
work is being done by the general
A bus will leave the college in
mathematics and general science.
the morning and return in the even
ll is hoped that ill the junior high
Hue f a c u l t y mi n i b e r of ll
in the near lutiire the social
llisl,
depai t m e i i t will accompai
, general mathematics and
nand
explain
and
point
general
science will be permanently
" " ' "'
of special historical im- : introduced into its curriculum.
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il 11
1 .1,..!
11
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education
•• "
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T h e fare will pmhablv I
==T
Middlebury college, \ e r i n o i i t . Arlie j H . SI 25. according In Dr. Smith I
F.stes McCuire. professor of educa j .Ml student-, outside ol History
turn and head of the d e p a r t m e n t of! u h " ' i ' , ""' > ' " :-•"• " l:l > p u r c h a s e ,
,
,•
,
.-, .
, i " ki-i - m
Ki
i
HW at
a time
to
education, Concord Male normal , ,
,,
|
school,
Alliens.
Wcsl
Virginia, | " |,'' ,|iere' is a general a p p r o v a l '
Clara
I'i, Spriugstead,
a--i-taul and a wide inlercsi anioiig the
superintendent of schools, \nister- students, similar excursions will be I
dam, V V., Chester J. Tcrrill. conducted to the (ieneral Electric j
head of the commercial d e p a r t m e n t , ! plant, Hudson Training School a n d '
Albany high school, Albany, \ Y., jollier places ,,i" interest.
I
and II. M. Terwilliger, instructor
Suh.sei|iiciil developments in t h i s |
of secretarial studies, Male Normal I affair will be announced t h r o u g h '
School, I'latlsburg. N. Y.
I this paper
I
! lace Strevell, 29, ( ail W a t e r m a n ,
I'2'), and Kobcrt Barnuui,'.W, the first
group bouse for men was founded
two years ago. Since its founding,
College House, as the r o o m i n g
called,
liasTbeen
ihouse
n two was
different
sites.
h e firstsituated
house
was located on the corner of Robin
and West Streets.
In the early
part of last September, it was
moved to its present location at
13-1 Central Avenue.
This summer is the first s u m m e r
that the bouse has been open to
students. T h e r e are six students
residing at the house.
I'hey are: Walter Hutzer, Wilbam Hayes, Ralph
P liiighston, Be
nard ( . Sullivan ludson Walker,
and Albert Worden, who is also
house manager for the summer ses-
Joseph Barbagallo
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FACULTY
SUMMER SESSION SUMMER
HEARS BRADBURY
NINE PRACTICES TALK ON METHODS
Team
(Continued from column -I, page 1)
Composed
Of
Veteran teacher training in England, acPlayers T o Represent
cording to Mr. Bradbury, is choosSummer
Session
ing the s t u d e n t s for entrance w h o
T h e State college s u m m e r session will m a k e successful teachers. N o
baseball team has practiced several student is allowed to enter before
times this week at the home clia- he
• is
• eighteen
• •
years old nor is •he
moud at Bcverwyek park in pre- permitted to teach before he is
paration for its opening contest ol
twenty.
In considering the candithe season against the Lincoln
Athletic club nine, Monday at 0:30 date for admission to the teacher
training colleges, the examination
P, M. on the Lincoln park field.
T h e Ik'verwyck park diamond record is considered first, next the
will be used for the practice ses- character recommendation of the
sions, and some of the Stale t olThe extra-curricular
legian's future names will be played head master.
I lis
activities are also considered.
on that grounds.
Plans for the rest of the team's home and religious activities are
schedule, include contests with the also investigated.
These qualificaScluiylers, the Sagamores, the Next tions being satisfactory, the student
Stars, Sacred Hearts, and other
Kin id baseball aggregations in the is given a personal interview. H
vicinity. T w o names a week lor the officials deem the applicant
the remaining time of the s u m m e r qualified, he is then allowed t i
term will he played if tentative leach.
a r r a n g e m e n t s are completed sue- j ^ ^ . ^ ^ ^
[n[uuui,
]n^[u_
CL
'?.l?1,ullf',
,
• , , „ I ; , I - , I , . J lions emphasis practical teaching
he b-t o pi'ospeclive caniliilates
' ,
' .
.'
,
.
.'
'
i experience. Inhe student nets
weeks
;
for the nine is very promising
and
'
.h
,
,, ,
, ,• , (, „.. I u practical work in various schools
than in one school provided
includes excellent
material Irom rather
'
well-known colleges in the Last. for such a purpose, Mr. Ilradbur\
\ \ hen the student graduI'rcderick Scholtz, Colgate grad- stated.
uate and former veteran luirler at ates from a teacher training college,
to teach,
that University will share the pitch- he is given a certificate
, . r l l l , ; „ , ,„
„.,,„
mg assignment toge he with L |
r
A mi, star hurler at State college.....
.
.
,
'
'
,,
,, ,i
i,
I ho-,e who c es re a degree must
ast vear.
Benjamin Becker, who
.
.
«
:
ii
i ii
i ... :,, ,,, , i ,if ' a s - an exaiiiinatioii given bv a
was behind
the bat m most ol 1 .
•
the battery.
complete
State's contests
last season, will " ' " w i s i t w
a ut h e r positions on the team will
• lO
At the close of the lecture, membe filled by the following m e n : bers of the faculty asked questions
Lluicr Stahliuan. (ieorge Taylor, about soeial and political problems
Francis O'Brine, L a d ('adv. Frank in Luglish education, as well as
Howland, Lllis Koloduy, Richard further
details of the
Luglish
Hughtoii, Robert Stiuebricker, Al- system.
, bert W o r d e n , Victor Scroyer, and
Alexander School*.
F R A N K H.
Simon Maslaii, is manager of the
nine. T h e captain will be elected
at a meeting of all players next
week.
NEWS
Learn Albany's Past and Present Glory;
Visit Museums and Capitol While Here
Of course you know that Albany
D o you know whom Alexander
is one of the oldest cities on this H a m i l t o n married and where?
,
. .
| Do you know where General
hemisphere,
| B u r g o y n c w a s k e p t a s prisoner?
T | 1 e a l 1 S W e r to all these questions
Of course you know that Albany
is the best city in the world.
and many other questions you m a y
Of course you know that Albany K"d in Albany or in places a r o u n d
has played a very, very p r o m i n e n t Albany; I'bilip Schuyler's mansion,
part in the advancement of human located in the South b u d ol the
liberty and modern civilization.
| city, is open to visitors every day
But do vuii know any of the including Sunday, State bdtication
intimate f a d s of the men w h o I building, T h e Stale Capitol and
made Albany a name to he con- m a n y oilier places and buildings
hired with?
' " Albany and the capitol district
Do vou know whv Alhanv Is are also open to visitors.
Many
one of' the o u t s t a n d i n g posts of ol these buildings shelter historical
American civilization?
m u s e u m s where visitor- may ac|),, vou know of what signiti- quire a delimit- knowledge ol the
cancc t'hc village of Kinderhook is? past and pre-.ait glors ol Albany.
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