THE SUMMER NEWS OPENING GAME! m u w w SUMMER STUDENTS

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THE SUMMER NEWS
Vol. 1 No. 3
Albany, N. Y., August I, 1930
RAII TPAM IftSRK
SUMMER STUDENTS
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STUDENTS TO SEE
HISTORIC PLACES
IN SOCIOLOGY VISIT i
OPENING GAME!
HMWOJV
muww
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Last W e d n e s d a y about 75 nieinUnsuccessful Inauguration of Base-1 bers of (I
ciology class visited
ball Schedule is not Dist h e Hudson
'raining School, at
couraging
Hudson, New Vork.
T h e busses
for
The
summer
session
those who did not
drive
Monument at Saratoga
Site of Battle
baseball own cars were in charge of Mis-.
| fill
occupation
and
continue
then
l
run was scored hv the i s ' ' i l " , " 1 " , ' " r l ( > " > entering, a girl
"
lis placed in a class for which shsummer session team on a two base I
|)akilI„
nf
Mliu.(|.
(|rt.ssl„:ikill(,,
hit by Captain Leo Allen, who , n , K weaving . i n t e r i o r decorating, oi
tallied a little later on a single b\ beauty culture.
If this does not
one of his team mates
seem suitable she is transfered until
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J a n opening is found where she enMcUane pitched a very good , j ( ) y s l | u , w ( ) r | <
a n f |
|)„IJ,r(.^.s
game for the State ( o legians hut rapid)VNoinc of his best efforts were nulli- i
The cottage system is used and
tied b.r the p
• fielding of Ins 'ach girl has her own room which
herself
Among the
teammates.
\*h* ^P™*'*
iother buddings visited were the
In a batting orgy in the last inn- , c | l a p , . | gymnasium, and school.
In
iug. State managed to tie the score |one of the school rooms an art exat 6 all. on bits bv Allen, Spaulding. hibit
was on display.
Scroyer, McClane ami Scholt/.
. , T l u ' «irl:s , " f t t ' " r t ' m a i n l u n l , n t ' 1
,
.
,
|thev are eighteen and positions a n i
..
However
the
Arapahoes
u n ^ h o c i found' for them.
The school |
leached a counter-attack and drove continues to keep in tomb
withj
in three runs, two of which were | them until tlie> prove themselve
, n ,( , < 1
rt
f r
the result of drives over the light I'•". , 1l ' , '" " ' , ? ' V
t li«-n i-t-1 vc_I lie big problem of the school i
fielder's bead.
to train the girls in sell'-confidenc
Schoor contributed to Ins team's I and self-respect.
The lack of oh
ntrol and the confidence
defeat by poor fielding and several
and friendship between the g i r l of his mates also were guilt} o
and teachers is remarkable, said
errors. Simon Maslau. astute manProfessor Walker.
ager of tin.- State I ollegiaus, was
not disheartened by the loss of the I Nfiu]
/nc/fUffOr
i U U
initial game ami said he'd try to 1WW
* m l U '
put the team in the winning lolunm
next Tuesday evening.
I'aul II
Sheats is to till
posit
left vacant b\ Williai
Dr. Nelson Requests Office
V o l l h m hi. Assistant Instructor in
The monument on the site of
Report Of Dropped Subjects (ioveriimenl. Mr. Sheats is a grad- the battle of Saratoga which the
uate of Heidelberg < ollege. Til'lin
Whenever it is necessary for
class in American history will
I Ohio,
and
Columbia
I'nivcrsitv
a student to drop a course, a
visit to-morrow.
! Mr. Vollbrecht is studying for bis
card should be completed in the
doctor's degree at Columbia I'nioffice of the Director of the
versih this summer.
N'cxt Mines- E N G A G E M E N T A N N O U N C E D
Summer Session in order to
Announcement
is made of the
ter. Mr. Vollbrecht is to bee
e i
avoid having a grade of "E"'
....
,,
,
.,
I member ol the fat nIt\ at Miam
placed on the scholastic record.
engagement ol Miss Dorothy Bur| Cniversily.
dick, M l , of 402 Mohawk Avenue.
Any person who is obliged to
York, to Mr
Alton
be absent from a class must
The first
For Government
secure a card of re-admission
from the Director of the Summer
Session, before being allowed to
attend the class again.
M. G. Nelson,
Director of the Summer Session.
Sl'MMKK
SESSION
l lasses begiiinmg X A. M.; Date of
Hour of
I lasses
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Date of
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I-xannn,itu>n.
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Eridav.
Vug. 15
M.
Examination.
Examination, K:00-Il (III A.
Classes beginning
You Cheer Us Considerably
Examination, Thursdav.
examination. 12:00-2:00
Classes beginning
Hour of
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SCI I KIM T.E
Examination, 2 .ill 5:. 1U I'
beginning
\<
Then As N o w
Muring
recent
excavations
;i Taylor of W'olcott, New \ ork. Miss
number of skeletons were found in Hindu k is ,-, member of (,annua
a cave ranging along the walls in Kappa I T , sororitv
Mr. lav lor is
a sitting posture
There was evi
'
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,
deiitly ii shortage of dancing part
a graduate ol Rensselaer I ' o M c i h
neis even in those (lavs
meal Institute
E X A M I N A ' I 'ION
Eridav.
Aug
15
I'ridav,
Aug
15.
M.
Exai
atioii,
Will
then
its opening Maine to the ^T'.-Xauiara.
.
.
.
I here are about 40(1 ^iris at pre
Arapahoe nine by a score of 9-U m I . „ , j n
, h j s jMMlt„,u„,
Vv"hil<
a twilight
game played Tuesday ! here they are trained in some u-<
I 'ark.
Field
Be Seen on Ride to
team lost
night at Whitehall
10 cents per copy
Hour of Examination, .1:0(1-5:00 I'. M
( lasses beginning 12 M
12.10 I' M
Dale of Examination. Saturday
Aug Id; Hour of Examination, X. 1)11-11:00 A. M.
I o morrow, about 150 students
will visit the Battlefield of Saratoga,
locally known as Beiuis Heights, on
an excursion conducted under the
auspnes of the History
Department.
Anyone may go.
It is a
thirty mile drive to the battlefield
through beautiful country and the
ride alone will be worth the $1.25
that will he paid for tickets Musses
will leave the Washington avenue
entrance to the college promptly at
I 12 o'clock noon and will return in
| tune for dinner in the evening, acc o r d i n g to Dr. Donal V. Smith.
I his
is
the
first
opportunity
many have bad to visit one of the
most
historic
spots in America,
The first battle of Saratoga was indecisive, the out come a deadlock.
Food was scarce in British Camp
and
new
recruits
were
arriving
daily for the American army.
(Jn ( Ictobcr " t h . 1777, the second
battle of Saratoga proved a total
defeat for the British.
This was
the most important
military engagement
between
the
time
of
Lexington
and
Yorktown.
It
changed the rebellion into a Revolution in the eyes of the world.
It
called forth the forces that created
a nation.
I bis battle ranks among one of
the 15 decisive battles of the world.
It was the turning point of the
j Revolution.
France now believed
that the Colonists might break free
from England and came to our aid
, financially.
They sent a fleet and
an army under CaFavette to assist
us.
Today a great monument marks
the spot
where the battle took
place.
One vacant niche is left
where
the
statute
of
Benedict
Arnold would stand had be re,„.,;„,.,, ,,.„,. | ( , h j ( . ( n ) s |
.,.,„.
Ml'
ment stands on a hill 240 feet
above the
river.
The shaft
is
twenty feet square being a ennilunation of F.gyptan obelisk and
r
"»'bic features in the first stories.
' ! , N , i '- V «»* asceiidecl by 180 steps.
' be view from the monument is
superb
A l your feet is the pretty
village nf Schuylerville and just
[beyond, the Hudson.
Schuylerville
is s,il1
' " ' l e d Old Saratoga by some
(of the older inhabitants. The moilu1 l
"','r " I ' ' l l u ' " "
'> h a h " " l ment has been shattered twice by
gone dr.v
I was coining home' lightning which necessitated costly
the other night when a lire truck • repairs
The visitors to the uiontispeeded In
with llu siren going p uieni mm mount into thousands
full blast
\ gentleman who bad each month of the louring season.
been imbibing from the run thai '
tpieers, upon hearing the siren gave.
Domestic?
chase
Aftei running a block he
Captain
(frenzied)
All
hand*
stopped,
T'ell with him! he said j on deck, the ship's sinking!
disgustedly
I'm
not
going
to 1
Sleepy Voice (from the hold):
chase bun any further
lie can,1 Aw put a pan under it and come to
keep his peanuts!
bed
THE
SUMMER
NEWS
'A S U M - M K K D A N C K 4 ! Touch Me Not," by Vincent M c a r e c o g n i t i o n ' o f fiis g o o d ' w o r k at
Jonathan the college. 1 Several 'of our fair
. T h e a n n o u n c e m e n t tliat a daiiOe „Hugh, N e w York.
co-eds are workiirg across the lake
published-, Weekly/ during I the
Cape Harrison Smith, $250.
.would be conducted in the", college
suhimer
session
liy
-.the
Students
of
•
Today'
youth
is
preoccupied
with from Russell and we trust that his
suiiiiuci
s c s s i u u uv .inc o i l m e n in ui ,
,
y
.
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New York State College for Teachers' next-- week nr order to peijnit the love'. This book reveals the emo- .inlluence wilt be far reaching in it.-,
•mctfibers of-rfhe summer. session--to tion of first love, felt with the sen- effect.
Summer Session at Albany, X.• Y
T h e Subscription rate is forty-five meet each other socially, was re- sitiveness and beauty which can
ceived
with a great amount of euT h e proposed dance will afford
cents for five issues or ten" cents per
never come again; love written of
thuslanl and interest by the student
copy. "
understandingly
and
intimately. an excellent o p p o r t u n i t y to net
body.
T h e y seem to indicate very
(Articles, manuscripts, etc., must lie
T h e story of I'atrica's awakening- closer to each other and the prinin hands of the editors before Mon- plainly that such a move is desir- is an absorbing and forlorn one.
cipals will be able to show their
able and they will support the funcday of the week of publication.)
Ciil lient is young and ovcrbur- teachers a few steps that are
tion wholeheartedly.
The a r i a
barred during the school year.
His
is,. a tawdry amuseincuts for the dance, undertaken bv dened.
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Editors
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incut park.
lie pursues I atnea
Alexander Schoor
Andrew I Irilz
several Mudents have ^ " !
' ' thnniKn the swiftlv passiiiR su.iinicr
T h e night baseball g a m e , are
Managing
Editor
plctcd and c v u s l h i l i g u , | i u , a ^
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emotionallv alool. well under way and thus far there
m i m i n s
Helen Waltermire
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AniHml
her
Oil
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have
been no serious casual..e,
Associate Maitayiny
Editor
I lus dance will In tlu onls one ,
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, T | u . ( i n , n | ) j t . l . t i o n | i c s ,„ t h , fill ,
Frances V. feck
^•""O.cU.d during the session,
Inch
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^ t o u c h a b l e , that the p l a y e r , think if, b e d f m ,
Business
Mnnayer
,s unlike the program undertaken
^ ^ s
.„,,„.,. „• h t s „ „ „ , , , „ | L | , n , g t o w a r d s the last inning and
Maxine Robinson
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t su m metof si
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everl i ethe assponsors
tinnoo
affair
have . . . .
Desk Editor
promised to surpass all previous fill is tired, sick, and liungrs. I hen tin., will prohahly necessitate alanu
Bernard Kerbel
at
la,t
does
I'atrica
come
to
herclocks
to
keep
the
game
in
prog
dame-in
both
music
and
setting
.Subscription
Mauayers
Many promising and n.itoi
W e have always maintained a posi- self and realize that her love l d r | r e s s .
Leah Dorgan
tiil is real.
lions people were present at the
lion of favor inward any euterpri:
Elva Nealon
\ll of the characters are voting opener a m o n g whom were Mav.u
Associate
Editors
.r venture that will bring the slu ™* \>™*">»»« i s the frientl of I T h a c h e r C o v e r n o r Roosevelt Al
(jertrude Hershberg
l .„ii l„.,l„
f tl, . .,,il„„-,. i,, ,l ,-.,.,-, ( " l who enters the political realm bert I'.dgar, f i l t h
Israel, t lyde
Geneve Winslow
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contact, so that friendship and con, I " f the small seaside own and starts Mo, ..... and K a t h e n n e Rosenberg.
Kay Collins
panionship mav be fostered.
[f. , s t n l a ' . H o . ' ? i l ! , M , r , , l :!! 1 " ' '"'" : i m l v " l " ' s t n , l y '
Might against injustice.
I bey are
Albany, X. V., August 1, IWU
all uncertain, candid, and rebellious.! T h e men aboding at the K . 1 '
They sense a little the (raged;, o i l house seem to constitute a large
A SAFE VOYAGE
life all ready, yet lling laughing portion of the married n u n at col
j e , | , into the face of the future j lege. " I ' m still earing," seems to
W e have arrived at the mid-point
Mr. Mchltigh catches youth's ' b o a very popular song at the house
of our voyage together in i|uest of
foolhardy charm and with extrava- and the boys seem to be musically
knowledge m the ship Summer Ses- T h e T r e a s o n of the Intellectuals, . y ; m l „-o'rd> paints his p a g e , .
I le I inclined.
by Julien Benda, translated by i b r e a k , the shells surrounding their
sion here at State college. As an
Richard
Aldington.
William I illusions and we see the bright lined | Manager Maslan finally has the
officer of the ship of state we giant e
M
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.,
., . I starrs thing slowls1 disappear.
I be tenuis tournaineut in motion and
a r o u n d and get our bearing--, nauticorrow & Company. New York, i,
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ally speaking, tcr form an actensity, sincentv, and compassion if the boss don t get unstrung, it
curate judgment a.-- to our course
"I' 1 "-' »'°rld is suffering Iron. „f the book will'satisfs the popular won't b e ' s u c h a bad racket.
The
the prela>
faith in lai o i ntranscendental
taste.
boys have had considerable dil'lifor the future so that we ina\ conic lack usof quotation
l l,
;
,;
r
;
truth."
cufty
in
securing
courts
t\\\v
to
the
safely into the harbor of Social and l <" ' ' '" "'" ' ' - ' " i ' ' ' " '
.
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urplus of the fairer sex. Inciden
Intellectual
Cnderstanding,
The
My, the women are also condui tin
present stains of our stalwart
n i l n i i i k i i l l y i n l l l i" tournaineut in order to detenuii
is rather uncertain due to the nonI the book.
Julien llcuda c i t e , ! " * * • * » * * * « v * W A I » A U
I(h(j m ^
"striking"
co-operation and lack of interest in
extra-curricular activities of our xainple after example to drive lion
l! v Ka V
new crew. T i n s are somewhat un- the truth of this fact to the reader. |
- t'ollin,
; of the women
- - s - tenuis louriianunl
familiar svitb the idiosyncrasies oi It is written to bring out the eter | W e have several out of s t a t e ] has' , , 1 "'been
weekher ;.,,
Ml
«'' l l "extended
' ''"•••""•'»a sveat
the bark S u m m e r Session, and con-1 Kousard exclaim.,; "(iood
toga | those
t o u rlor
n a mthe
e n t hr.,|
are urged
I ,, ,,,u..-p
,
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week, in
thethetune
nun
sequently are nullifying the sturdy svho would praise those who let I
to plav their matches a, soon a,
nal conflict between men of letter, . people
attending the session UI and
v,wt t )
ll
effort, of the imire experienced life go lis
bent over book, " ! • ' 'l • '
possible.
_
___
of politics
A- j be
thaicontinued.
probabls accounts
for their
jncinbcrs to maintain a c o m , e tual and
\ g a i nmen
. "cerlaiuls
thereandi- war.
no better
One gentleman
inf theM a k Se - were
will avoid Hie treacherous bell, ol i way of relaxing ibe vigor of men'-, j ipiircd n the Sweep
TO$ SUMMER NEWS
BOOKS
AFFAIRS OF STATE
Notes In Exile
Discord and Misunderstanding, that courage ihan I
, lips Iheir inind,
;ire ever present and eager to catch I ssilh peaceful and sedeiitars e\er
ail unwary vessel, To add to tne irises, and i d l e n e , , cannot enter
growing
confusion,
one ol the ' f sili/ed - l a w - in a more subtle
newer ineinbers ol the .hip's - t a l l ' o r d a u g e i o u , d i , ; ui,e than 111.« I of
h a , opeills soieed hi, opinion in l i t e r a t u r e '
regard to the m l i s i l i c oi tin ex ' In i h i \ u , e n tin other life, w.
'with his companion* to heid llu
be, koiiing, of the fasorabb- u.iubCo-operation
and
Han
is
m
order to rr.u h ibe long
ought
haven of So, i.,1 and lut, I! , lua
I'lldcr.stnndim;
I'erh.ip- In,
'bortatiou, base assak, mil the m
coiners to the error ,,| their \s;
and will it -nil in a pulling imi, ll
j -• 11111 • ienl meril
with diguils
to nil up I
J wbal the \ i
| t b e u:-, in
' -ir,-ei i leaner,' contest,, but ibi, iI probabls due |o hi, lack of f.niiil
iarils svitb our leebunal t e r m ,
\ i | those interested in spir.iual
' i i-. in, n ..,., ure ,n|i ipi.ile nil ma
So ss e met several of our s. book
Ii
concerning -.
• 1M .allium mad - in \ , w York Ibis pa I Sun
| M .-. S.ulls, u i.lll. •\'h,
,- u t -ll das
fifth vseinie and f o i l . Iir I
Street ss.i* our reiule/s oil,. and if»
to plas 111 i - p . . n |
Hie ii« « lime we r
il... lb.
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Hub looking iheeriul on . b.a
I ' ' tune wil -..ni tained al In r home in
Suud.o.
a l l . III.
l i e n i l Mil
S'.e
• id bu an • - Hut |,,.t Salurtlas nigbi. ,,i
I l l l l . . d o , , .1 I,111 II il l l l k l o t i l .
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b< I I . I
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tll.ll
III
Ills
Hll reunion look the I , n i l 10,1'
..I , o l u p h I o l , w h e n a Si,lie I oilee
,1
..I, i I'.'K ,1, hell, M l a p p r o , , he,
ensure our arrival al our ap|. nii,-,l ' i w,,
,1a-,,-
\la;.,|.,l,
.Old
a,ked
.i ,r, '
aiul pray i, in , on , , I the w i, nig j lain, ,1 a dc;
i m p r e s s i o n , n , eis ed bs a lew u ' oul m g a n c a l
avoid the , a l a s l r o p h e ,,i a iniiluis ! and lb,,,e ss I
or a running aground on llu- hidden ] i eah,in oi the m a - , - , but ss h
s h o a l , in the sea of I lislru l
In u , . « , do not, l,ul adopt I. i
lau
the meanwhile we will point ihe | .1, grandeur and morabls
hislnu
ship's wheel l>. a more nillei p
• bun,.mils win, b b.., abandon,gram ol outside activities and Irs , I,ell to ri.ili*iii vs.lb an ah..-ii,i- ,
to di-.i over our lilt ii mile fall' bs a • i e-ei i , . , -a n I ill. 11 i< m , -I il - p., • i ,
t a r . fill peiu-al of the bcaseiis I're , in, •
pled in lu.ioi-.
sailing we,I wind, ,eem In n u l l , a l e ,
Ibe Han I.,Hon i- u
ulald
a more rapid ami a i i m a l e prm e s * , and i oin hiring form and lbo,e wb..
,.,, oiu long trip logelher
I are fa,, male,I In tin plulosopln ,,
l i k e the m a r i n e r , ol old. ss, .Ibe masses will Imd H giaplu, am
assail tbt; ml, renting developmeiils -ignilu oil
I,
.in,
oiilnbiiiion I,, ...
i i- vers proud
f.Hl .nid k a p p a
i n -• I h e s i g u i l n
lb:
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11 11 U-.il I d e g r e e of
I I . I I . 11 and
Mr
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line
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Ipialitl
i, ts I li ll
lo hear ,
I lella kli
n Willi
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M
hi
i h , s will can
i their i, .uini
..I thai Ki
ll i- i • |
I.mi. Ml. is ,,„uisellor l
f a k e (ieorge
\pparen
Ihe
I he lads
was
lo
lime-
was none oil,, i
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null,
We
lal.
route
lo
Ihe
Ml
I eat her', \gein s, we parked al I
1'iibli, I ibrars and . alied an \ '
icr.i lo ,|,ine our , h o c
\ bin
..al bloke up our p a r t s , and S'
.sere
left
will
e
II l l | I. d i s h e d
,1
Olll bii-iue-- al the agents ss
postponed hll,'en minutes, bs win.
time we had , i i u ceded in II.IMI
I I.ml Ihe other don .blued mi ll
PP
II 1 • al | - le side ol Ihe • trcel
this i, i
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THE,SUMMER NEWS
Hiiinorcs(|iie, and a Scottish and Scotland, according to a recent an'Irish folk song were played by Dr. nouncement of university authoriThompson,
ties.
- .
The,second of the series of reDr. Thompson is a member ; of
By Simon Maslan
citals also consisted of requests
the Scottish History society and has
The so called movement of
sent to Dr, T h o m p s o n , The selecwritten a book about such immortals
"nativism" sponsored by Kit Klux
tions
included
"American
folk
of literature as Robert Burns, and
Klan secret society, by the presisongs" and Handel's " L a r g o . "
Sir Walter Scott, entitled "Anecdent of zoological society of NewT h e attendance at the second reYork, Madison Grant, and by fewcital had increased to about 250 dotes and Egotisms of Henry MacKen/ie." Another book written on
others, are but the latest manifestainterested people.
tions of a disease which has at|
The organ which according to life of Scotland is called "A Scot| Dr. Thompson is one of the best tish Man of Feeling."
tacked the American body politic
in the I'nited States was manu- I Dr, T h o m p s o n has the degrees
for fully a h u n d r e d years. I'ml'csfactured li\ t osavant. a French con- of master ol arts and doctor of
sor Wilbur ('. Abott. the Harvard
cern. There arc 4 keyboards and philosophy from H a r v a r d Univerhistorian, ignores the epoch-making
chimes, and harps arc played from sity. He received an Austin fellowresearches of
Midi scholars
athe keyboard, which Dr. T h o m p s o n I ship when he was studying at the
George Louis liecr. Dr. Charles A.
stated were special features of the university.
Dr. T h o m p s o n
was
Heard. John li. MeMasU-r. l-'rcdin-t niiiient.
graduated as valedictorian of his
crick
J.
I'urncr,
\rtluir
Mvcr
T h e church has permitted the ! class from Hamilton College in 1(;12
Schle.ssinn.cr, I'rofessor \ an T\ lie,
use of their o r g a n for this series
when he received the degree of
and a uiniiber of other einiueul
1.1 recitals free of charge
He is a
It is a coincidence that at tin bachelor "I philosophy.
historians
Mr. Abott. who i laiiuDr. Harold W . T h o m p s o n ,
lime when Dr
Thompson
was member of I'lii Beta Kappa.
Dr.
\\ ho is giving the scries of oigau
to he an authority on imiuiKralion
playing
the
selectionon
his
pro
T h o m p s o n was awarded a fellow•eeilals at the l'ir-t l'rcsh\ terian
and the p r o b l e m s of assimilation,
gram yesterday afternoon, he was
hurch.
either ignores or is unfamiliar with
supposed to be reading a paper on ship for the second tunc by G u g in
American
Church genheim Foundation in l''J7.
'the original work of Max l-'arraml,
Dr Harold W . Thompson, pro- "Standard
T h e last round of the tournament
the "Americanization Studies" issued fessor of l-uglish. will i Mii.hu I the Music," (of which he is considered
an authority in the Lulled S t a l e s ) will be completed by the cud of
under the auspices of Carnegie ( third of ;i -cries of organ recitals in Los Angeles, California.
The
Foundation, and a number of other lai the hirst I 'resin terian ' h n n h . paper w as read l>\ proxy.
I Ir. ue.st week
Simon Maslan Analyzes
Nativism In The Colonies
similar works.
[on the corner ol Mate ami Wiilcl
T h e work m the c l o m e ,
tta-!"!1'''1'1Mmr-da-. afternoon at -4
done hv the black men who h a d ! " ' ' 1 " 1 k
keen forcibly brought over from
I'he progra
r this recital will
Africa, and bv the indentured -,,- I'onsiM m a i n h ol r e p , e s t -elections
vants who were ,ml, one - t c p > " » .he student l,od> of State colremoved from actual slavery.
Icgi'. I )r. I h
pson will also pla>
T h e present 100 per cento Mil or one or two numbers that he lieKu Klux Klauisin is nothing else,
but the renewal of the and alien p r o g r a m .
Hr 1'hoiiipson started the organ
m o v e m e n t s of IK.I5 ami I M i .
It
is of great harm to the l o i i u t n p r o g r a m s in the summer scv-ion
'America does not need those mi
1024, when he became ill. where
American, unconstitutional secret upon Dr. C a n d h n look charge until
societies whose sole aspiration is to tin- summer session
see the "new nation," which "our
The first re< ital was given h\ I )r.
ancestors brought forth upon this
I'h
pson at tin- Fir-.t I're-lo terian
continent," a "house divided against
Church on lu'o 21th before an
itself."
Hut what
Mncrica does
audi, ncc of one hundred and l"u J \
need are good, faithful, patriotic men
s u m m e r -c--ioii -indents
I l l r ||-|
and
women
v.ho ale losal to
of selei Lou- in, hided -niii cl.-is-iAmerica to it - people, it- Ihig and
< ;il and populai numb' :-. Dvorak's
its ideals.
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Sei- Samples in Co-op.
Thompson has written three hooks
H e y : Spent my vacation up in
'in church music.
I >r. Thompson is the first \ m e r i the mountains.
I l a \ : Reallv.
Did you have a
can to receive the advanced degree
of doctor of literature, D. l.itt . guide?
I L-\ : Well, onlj m\ conscience}
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Well, well, well! cried Mrs. Henpeck, whose soli is engaged to he
married.
W e will write to the
dear lad and congratulate him.
I Mr. Henpeck had to agree, so
the lady picked up her pen and
wrote:
! My darling boy, what glorious
n e w s ! Your father and I rejoice
in your happiness.
It lias long
been our greatest wish that you
should m a r r y some good woman.
She brings out all that is good in
a man and helps him to suppress
all evil. A good woman is heaven's
most precious gift to man.
Her
price is above rubies.
Motes In Exile
(Continued from page 2 col. 4
Following o u r s t u p e n d o u s success
with
"State's Stein
S o n g , " we
wrapped a cold T u r k i s h
towel
(Albany Y. M. C. A.) about our
head, laughed at G o t h a m ' s heat
wave, and h a m m e r e d out a worthy
follow-up. If 200 or more requests
are received by the editor, we'll
let you have the words in next
weeks's column. C) yes, t h e title
"() Save A C l a s s for
College
House!"
W e have finally c o m e to the conclusion that the difTcrence between
And then in different handwrit- State college w o m e n and the femnies of New York lies in the differing:
Your m o t h e r has gone nit (or a ing views toward life. T h e New
Yorker is too blase (hut perhaps
stamp. Stay single, you i mm fool you've heard this before) and cannot he surprised: life holds no wonders for her. She's the kind we'd
Janet: Jack says he can read you hate to marry, if you know what
like a book.
we mean. And for a last snappy
Olive: Yes, and darn him, he s n a r l - - s h e paints and p o w d e r s to
excess
even in J u l y and A u g u s t !
wants to use the Braille lystem.
T H E CALENDAR
To-day—Matches in men's tennis t o u r n a m e n t at W a s h ington park.
S a t u r d a y — M o t o r trip to Saratoga and the battlefields
in vicinity.
Monday—Tennis matches, women's t o u r n a m e n t .
Tuesday—Baseball game of varsity team.
Wednesday—Tennis matches in
women's
tournament
at
W a s h i n g t o n park.
Thursday—Organ recital by l)r
T h o m p s o n in First Presbyterian church, c o m e r of
Willet and State streets.
Baseball team plays game
at 6:30 p. in.
uteris
To Assist Dr. Nelson
Ten Remain Of Twenty
Department
Starting Contestants In Edna''
Due to favorable weather and
the ability of the players to secure
courts, the annual men's tennis
tournament to be conducted during
the s u m m e r session has
finally
gotten under way. T h e first round
of the t o u r n a m e n t is completed,
and the second will have been completed by this afternoon.
In the match of Vacca against
Si Maslan, Vacca won by a score
of 6-3, 6-4. He is now scheduled
to play Frederick Scholtz. Sanford
Levinstein, who trimmed
Daniel
Corr, will play Howard Baker, t h e
winner of the match with Wilson
A r t h u r Levinstein who defeated Rimer Stallman by default when the
latter failed to appear at a time arranged by them, will match skill
with Leo Allen, who worsted Lawrence Wheeler with a score of 0-1,
(>-3. Frank MaeKarland, who defeated H e n r y Blatner will play with
Anthony Sroka, who won from
H o w a r d Mann by default. Vincent
Chemelewski, defeated
Alexander
Schoor. and will play against Renall
Stinebricker, the winner of the
match with Michael T e p e d i n o
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the
Western
r o n t " at the Central, rather good,
hut didn't compare with " J o u r n e y ' s
Knd." But we s a w the latter at
Albany's Grand T h e a t r e , in company with cronies and pals from
State.
Perhaps a conditioned reIlex explains the difference in appreciation?
74 Chapel St. Albany, N.Y.
Hallelujah! W e ' v e met a college
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Drink it down, dear
readers.
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Harold B ">•
h is to b e c o m e
a member of tl
acuity of State
college as an assistant to Dr. Nelson in the Education D e p a r t m e n t .
Mr. French received his B.S. from
State college and his M.S. from
Cornell university.
F o r the last
fourteen years Mr. F r e n c h has been
principal of several schools including Altamoiit and Menands.
He
was also director of research at
I'lattshurg. Mr. French has written
for various magazines on research
an administration p r o b l e m s
and
educational methods.
Mr. French
is a member of Phi Delta Kappa
and Kappa I'hi Kappa fraternities.
It is the opinion of Mr. French
that the attitude, participation and
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