StateCollege News SUMMER SESSION DEAN ANNOUNCES TO ADD COURSES

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StateCollege News
X V No
VOL.
STATE COLLEGE FOR
SUMMER SESSION
TO ADD COURSES
T E A C H E R S , A L B A N Y , N. Y . , F R I D A Y , FEBRUARY
$2.25 Per Year, il Weekly Issue*
13, 1931
DEAN ANNOUNCES
SEMESTER EVENTS
Students Return To Classes
Today After Brief Vacation
\
Miss Johnson Reclassifies
Grades For Gymnasium Work
Plans fur the summer session ni
Slate college this year will includ.
F a c u l t y and students
returned
tn classes today after unc day o l
vacaliuti
t o celebrate
Lincoln's
birthday.
Last year they had the
o p p o r t u n i t y I n n " f u r t h e r away
f r m n A l b a n y since F e b r u a r y 22
H'curred mi F r i d a y . N u t u n t i l the
lire cut freshman class are seniors
w i l l there he another
Lincoln's
b i r t h d a y o n the day before o r
c n l a r g e m e n l of the cotumerce d e p a r t - I
ifter
T h e grades w h i c h the w o m e n
Indents have received f o r the
",\ inn.e-iiiin
courses
have
bee i
Calendar For Remainder Of Year
lassii"n il in a new w a \ Ibis \ car
Includes Debates, Soiree
Miss I-ahellc J n h n s t o u j . e n d of t i n |
ph\ -ii al education department said I
And Court Games
I .day. A n AS" mi the c a r d m e m j
of the imp irt.T t events o n
Some
i a t i s f a c l o r v , ;i " I ' I I S . " un .iti-fa •
l iry. and " I n c . " incomplete.
I'm : he soi ial and athletic College calenu n c of I'M varied amount o l I d lar for the remainder of the semesu>• 1111'a-• i111 u a c t h ities this , car, thi
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I i tter
e r arc sophomore soiree, debate-,
debate- w i t h
method o l r e p o r t i n g grades wa I I . , . , . , ,
. , . .,,
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adopted, Miss Johnston explained ! | M u U l l e l m r y and H a m i l t o n colleges,
the presentation of a c r o u p of Rus-
Commerce Department Will Have
Nine Subjects This Year;
Nursing Is Out
incut
e l i m i n a t i o n of the course i n school
n u r s i n g . I >r. M i l t o n I i. N e l s o n , p r o u i education
fessor
the
a week-end.
t o include nine courses and the
Mitmucr
The
and
session, - a i d
catalogue
WOMEN'S
BEGIN ACTIVITIES,
MISS PECK SAYS
d i r e c t o r of
today.
of subjects
to
be
SQUADS
A
series
o f inter-si|uad
sian singers, T r o u b a d o u r
60 NEW STUDENTS
MATRICULATE
AS
basketball
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A . vaudeville,
concert, ( j .
Spanish
carnival,
j'»"•-•-'"•'"•">• '>»»• - d 'he annual
offered w i l l not be complete Until
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about the urn i le o l A p r , , at w h i c h
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tune the entire i , u n i t y w i l l be coinpU-uIK- sai.l
names w e r e h c m i n this week u n d e r !
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students have m a t r i c u l a t e d I Fierce.
t | R . a n n u a l p r e s e n t a t i o n ut t h e Sixty
n ^ n s " n l ' i ' l i .-!'tV e T o V g a i i i / a t i i in, j '.his
-cmcstcr,
according
to MisT h e tentative
schedule
follows:
I b - ' o i c s o r ('.eoree M . Y o r k , bead of
the ci.ininercc .lepartu.ent, and I )r
v L ' T ' l v ' k
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c h i e f ' basketball !
port c a p t a i n , i - in 'charge o f the ar-
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D a v i i l I l u t c b i s o i i , bead of tin. g o v e r n
raiigcnicnt o l the games.
SEMESTER BEGINS
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\ an h c n b i n m h . r c g i t n i r . F r i d a y , February 1.1. women's debate
| D f t i n - n u m b e r about one b a l . a n 1 team meets Boston u n i v e r s i t y at Hos,, ,
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, „ , , „ d e p a r t m e n t , w i l l no, l e a d , i n p ' ' ' ^ ^ ,
. c r 'IT h i U ^'da F l L B Y
APPOINTED
i mr cla-se-. o i i e - t l n n l as special stu- n l l l n i l |,a,|<etball g a m e ; Tuesday, F c b leiit-, mil the r e m a i n i n g a- grailuale | rnary 17, meeting of the M a t h e m a t i c s
s u m m e r scs.-ion tins year.
T h e con, !, Zn „ ' , " , l , e C. A . T . ' u n , , . . and
JQ LEAD ANNUAL
Indent- t a k i n g extension u i i i r - e - .
*-"'"'>merce department w i l l be under the -ipiad game- were substituted.
Tin.
T i n new senior- a r e - O l " , s I K l ,,,
, v edue-day,
February
18, debate
TROUBADOUR
SHOW
d i r e c t i o n of I 1,,-ter I. T e r n l l , a s - , , - > < „ , . , , „ , • - d . e d n l e „ , r the s.p.ad tour j
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I anl , | a V , Tbui-sdac, and F r i d a v afternoons.
J . l i r u u - l-ill.y. Vo. was appoinled " " " - " " ' > - "
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Sheats, nistrit, l o r m g i . v c r i m i e u t , w i l l u j s s | V r k „ ; n ,p
T]K.M.
replace D r . I l u t c b i - o , , in the siiiniuer be in the g y m n a s i u m of l l a w l e y ball p r e - c u l c d I n the T r o u b a d o u r - , U o \ a ! i r e :
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dub:
Saturday.
Wbi.-bever i - the m o r e '
, ' l-N'allie, F d w a r d I I , m i e n , F a l p h Faker, l '"'' 1 "-'iarv . ' 1 . basketball game w i t h
W l m l i e w i is t i n inm i ,
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I ouper I n.
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M a r y T r e l a . K a t h e r i u e M o o r e , l all
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OF COLLEGE
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and ( al.ier.ne
Faker,
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s o p h o n i o r c s ; and M a r v M o o r e , l-.h/, handle, Kno.x said.
-Indent- a r e : F.lilh Smith. D m . t h e . ,
Saturday, M a r c h 2 1 . I r,,ubado„r.s'
l\
appointed ........nan ... t b i - | ;,beth K a n m i e r e r , and I Jorolhy K l o - e .
, Neath. F h / . , b r t h I ' O S M . I I . F'.ibtb l e d
show M a t e college a unuu lunclie >ll,
I'n i.inen . amp, b\ Kus.-el. i r e - h m e n .
\ d c u i i . c - i b e i l u l e i n the. game
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Key Lost;
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SAMUEL DRANSKY
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1931
Established in 1916 by the Class of 1918
The Undergraduate Newspaper of New York
Stale College for Teachers
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Dunn, Elizabeth Gordon, Alice
Klomii, Katherine Moon-, Mainiret Service, llilila Smith, Laura
Styn, Edith Tepper, and Helen
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sophomores.
of s o m e t h i n g
to be acquired.
to
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lliis m a t t e r t h a t t h e y h a v e e n c o u r a g e d "a s t a y - i n - s c h o o l
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T h e Welfare Council's
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T h e Vocational
S e r v i c e t o J u n i o r s h a s . w i t h ils a p p r o v a l , g o n e e v e n
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i m p o r t a n t things, that learning from
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education.
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was attached to the printed
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conditions were brought about.
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that education was mental training.
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BOSTON DEBATERS
TONIGHT, AT 8:30
Calendar
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1931
WOMEN TO HAVE
COACHING SPORTS
CLASS THURSDAYS
QUINTET TO PLAY Practice Teaching Of State Unsurpassed,
Professor Sayles Discovers During Tour
THREE CONTESTS
The training school work done by ism and courage of the school authorON NEW YORK TRIPState
college through the medium of ities I spoke with, and the manned in
A coaching class for women is being
conducted every Thursday morning at
11:10 o'clock, according to Miss Isahcllc J. Johnston, head of the physical education department.
Coaching
methods and tactics in basketball,
hockey, volleyball, tennis, baseball, and
track will be studied and discussed in
regard to their application to teachers
and school methods, Miss lobnston
said.
Those who desire to enter the course
may sign up now on the liirls' Athletic association bulletin board in the
lower corridor of Draper hall. The
class registration is limited tn fourteen. Those who have already signe
up a r e : Rose l)'F.iifeinia, '.il ; Mary
Trela, Gertrude Sawyer, and Charlotte Hannah, sophomores; and Ruth
Morgan, Helen Baker, and Rose
Wizwer, freshmen.
(Continued from I'affe 1, column 5)
Wednesday night the team traveled
to Brooklyn where they met the formidable Brooklyn Pblytechntcal Institute five in what was expected to
be a close contest with the visitors
emerging victorious.
Last night the five traveled to
Montclair, New Jersey and played the
Montclair Teachers quintet in the
second successive game of the trip.
The local team was expected to furnish the visitors with close competition
but the stale live again appeared to
he a strong favorite.
The Jersey aggregation will play in
Albany later in the season in a return game.
Coach Raker had drilled his squad
very thoroughly in preparation for the
three games and had introduced several new plays which were certain to
strengthen the offense of the team a n d '
in. lease its chances uf winning a majority of the contests. The members
of the squad were in excellent condition for the strenuous campaign and
assure their loyal supporters of makFOrt&l*R. ing a creditable showing.
I
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WILL GIVE TOASTS
TOMORROW NIGHT
f r a m e s R. (iaynor. '.!>. will he
toastmistress of the annual Newman
club dinner to he given tomorrow
at 0:lltl o'clock IV M., in the college
cafeteria,
according
to
Margaret
Mulligan. 'M, president.
Frances V. I'eck, '.il. will he -en
M&S
*<HV&
iTai chairman tor the h.muuci. and whs
the speakers will he 1're-id.nl
£,
Miss A g n e s E. F u t t e r e r , assistant professor of Knglish, who
will give a dramatic reading
i iies.ias night.
Futterer
to
Read
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I'.nihache,- au.i the Re\. j.j,,, i t ..i
Drama Iuesdciy Night
Mils, ihaplain ..i llit- . In!.. Mi-s \l
g.in ami. mil. ed.
Her sec
I re iding of "Ah. e Ml Ii\
The coi'i'imi'tlees for the Unique! The hire.' h\ S i r . l a m e s M. I'.arrie,
are: arrangenieut-. I'arol I' Sinott, u i | | !„• given l>\ Mi-s Ague- I-"., l-'ut'31, chairman, and U-rtnule M. • ora. u . m . ., .,,;„, a l l , ,,,-, ,i t --, , r ,,i l-'nelish.
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Harvard Student Life
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e l u d e d M i c h as 1 hese: " N o i r e s l c
m a n -d i a l l w e a r his 1hat in t h e
c o l l c g . • v a r d exc. •pt w l n-ii it r a i n s
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which they are providing school facilities for their student bodies," P r o fessor Sayles said. H e spoke of the
huge campus of Lcland Stanford university, consisting of 10,000 acres
with many tennis courts, golf links,
and having a polo field and one of the
largest of southwestern stadia.
He
spoke of one school of 1,500 students
which had a campus of 20 acres.
Professor Sayles left Albany in
December and proceeded directly to
New Orleans,
lie visited in order
I.os Angeles, San Diego, Fresno, San
Francisco, Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver.
Personality Bobs-Finger W a v i n g - Permanent W a v i n g
Iiiirch.
(N'SI-'A) lleing a college student of Harvard univcrsiu in
173-1 was ;, stem and -oleinn
hu-iiic--. Rules i,,r freshmen in-
its practice teaching unit, in Milne
High school, is unsurpassed by any of
the teacher training institutions obprincipa lof the Milne High school,
served by Professor John M. Sayles,
on his trip through the south and west
during the past month.
Many of the students doing work
in practice teaching and observance of
school work in the southern and
western schools are on a graduate
level, Professor Sayles said.
Their
training period extends over forty
weeks. The school maintained at Oak1 ind by the I nivtrsitv i;i I 'ihli:rm-i
for training secondary school teachers
does work uf an exceptionally high
grade, he said.
"1 was impressed with the pptim-
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1931
PRINCIPAL
Student-Faculty Tea To Be
FACULTY MEMBER
FORTY STUDENTS MILNE
On Tuesdays This Semester HERE AND THERE
AND DR. BE1K ARE
ATTENDSJEETING
60 ON Q.A.A. RIDE ADDED DELEGATES
The State college delegation to the
annual meeting of the
National
Teachers'
association
at
Detroit,
Michigan, from February 19 to 28
will be augmented by Dr. Arthur K.
Beilc, professor of education, and John
M. Sayles, professor of education and
principal of the Milne High school.
Samuel M. Brownell, former member of the education department and
present superintendent of schools at
Grosse Point, Michigan, will also attend the convention.
William M
French, '29, former editor in chief of
the NEWS and present director of
public relations for the schools of
Grosse Point, will also be at the meeting.
Beginning with next week the
regular student-faculty teas will be
conducted on Tuesday instead of
Wednesday as has been the custom, according to Annabelle McConnell, '31, chairman of the
Lounge committee. The following
committee will act as hosts and
hostesses for the third tea of the
second semester; Miss Marion
Redway, librarian in Milne High
school; Dr. Harold W. Thompson,
professor of English and Mrs.
Thompson; Miss Margaret Hitchcock, instructor in physical education in Milne High school; Miss
Elizabeth Shaver, history critic
in Milne High school; Chester J.
Terrill, assistant professor of commerce and Mrs Terrill; Clarence
llidlev, assistant professor of his-j
tory and Mrs. Ilidley; and Dr. |
Robert Fredericks, principal of the
Milne Junior High school and
Mrs. Fredericks,
W a r between the fraternity and
non-fraternity elements is being hotly
waged at Brown at present, Those
members of the student body who do
not sport greek-letter pins before the
. . . .
, .
dazzled eves ot feminine admirers,
have suddenly and loudly asserted
tlieir independence of the assembled
clan of the brothers by nominating
their own ticket for the 1932 elections,
according to the Brown Herald.
Dr. Morris I s Member Of Council
Which Aids In Directing
Wellesley Policy
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A sleigh ride was conducted last
Dr. Elizabeth Morns, assistant pro,
,
, , ,,
night under the auspices of the Girl's
lcsv
" ' " ' education, attended the anAthletic association. About forty stunual meeting ol the graduate council
dents attended. The sleighs left the
of the alumnae association of Welle
,,,v C | ) „ e R e , a s t w ( , c l < . e m | a s a r c p r t
College at 7:30 o'clock and returned
. ,
,
, .
,
,
c ,,
about 9:30 o'clock.
Refreshments
sentative ol the local alumnae branch,
were then served in the College
In a rece'nl debate between the two the Eastern New York Wellesley
sexes at the University of Michigan, club. This council lias much to do
lounge in Richardson hall and games
the co-eds were forced to take tin with directing the policy of the coland stunts were conducted.
count ol III when the hovs proved to ,
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lege through the recommendations
Alvina Lewis, '3.3, was general
them that Ihcv were not human lie ! .
ings.
H e r e ' s ' o n e time the females which it presents to the admnustrachairman of the event.
The comdidn't seem to he able to out-talk their tion, according to Dr. Morris. The
mittees were: arrangements, Annette
rivals in an argument.
association appoints two of its nicuiLewis, '32, chairman, and Virginia
. . .
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,"
, , hers to be on the board of trustees.
Hawkins, '32; refreshments, Bertha
Invitations
have
been
issued
ti
.
.
Buhl, '33, chairman, Laura Styn,
twenty-one colleges and athletic clubs
Among the features ol this season
Catherine Raker, and Marion Tangfor the fifth annual Invitation Meel was an address by Miss Sara French,
ney, sophomores, and Altnira Russ.
t i l e conducted at Union college on president of the alumnae association
February 21.
of Smith college. Various reports of
'34; entertainment, Katherine Moore.
the uncler-graduate activities, current
The
junior
class
will
vote
on
class
'33, chairman, Isabel Hewitt, '33, and
Wearing the pin of a fraternity of news, discussions of problems, grectrings next week, according to Leah
Katherine Simmons, '34; advertising. Dorgan, '32, chairman of the ring
Miss Louise Meyerovitz, director of which one is not a member has been ings from the president, and a reMary Moore, '34, chairman, Dorothy committee. The ring of the Gleason- activities at the Jewish Community made a crime in Michigan and Wis- j Mimee of recent developments occupied
the rest of the time. The council
Klose, Elizabeth Katnmerer, and C'elia Wallaee Company which Myskania ('enter, was the guest speaker at the cousin.
consists of one representative from
Bishop, freshmen; and clean-up, Mary declared untraditional has been sent Mcnorah society meeting, conducted
Three women are taking engineer- each graduated class, one from each
back to the factory to be remade.
Trela, '33, chairman, Louise Wells,
ing
courses
at
Purdue
univcrsitv.
aiiiinii.ic
club, and three from the acMinerva will be traditionally designed Sunday night in the lounge of Richtive fa. ult\ of the college.
Marie Prindle, and Jean Craigmile, I and the seal of the ring made smaller.
ardson hall.
Her topic was "The
According
to
information
obtained
——
freshmen.
It will be here next week in its new Jewish Student and His Relation to j •oin various institutions of learning. Jl/f;„_ Dl~-.„JC..~~i
form. The ring will bear the mascot
o,„ 2(1 to 25 per cent of the fresh MISS tWCe
IS
IjUeSt
The chaperones were Miss Marion found by the juniors in their freshmen, the Community."
men
who
entered
American
colleges
Kilpatriek, instructor in English, Miss year. 'Hie Warren-Kahse ring, the
and universities this year will dro|
Caroline Lester, instructor in mathe- i other ring to be voted on, is quite .
VISIT SORORITY
out in their first year.
I lean Anna E. Fierce was the guest
matics, Miss Minnie I!. Scotland, plain, bearing the class numerals on i
for drnier Tile ..lay night at the Young
Jane t'onboy, '20, Margaret Mrassistant professor of biology, and j the shank.
A
course
railed
"The
Art
of
MakWomen's
( liri-.ti.-iii association group
Miss Margaret Hitchcock, instructor
I Irtlers for rings will be taken the Cune, '29, Helen Holey, '20, Gladys i ing Love" lias been instigated at Rol- hoine on Ontario street. Helen Col'29, and
Margaret lins College and give credit for live lier. '32. is the house president. The
in physical education.
latter part of the month. Approxi- : Bartholomew,
match' one hundred and fiftv rings Doyle. ex-'31, were recent guests at hours a week. There is no laboratory do 'ration and menu carried out a
will lie bought.
the Gamma Phi Sigma sorority house. work.
\ aleutiue ,lav effect.
Games And Stunts Are Conducted
And Refreshments Served
By Group In Lounge
JUNIORS TO VOTE
ON RING SAMPLES
DURING NEXT WEEK Louise Meyerovitz Is
Guest At Club Meeting
At Group House Dinner
Students To Supervise
New Milne Newspaper
Organization of a newspaper for
the students of Milne Junior High
school is planned by Miss Helen Halter, supervisor of social science practice teaching, in connection with education 11?, course in the direction of
extra-curricular activities.
Nominations for the board of the
paper were made at a meeting conducted Monday afternoon. Forty-one j
students have signified their intentions
of competing for places on the staff.
The paper will be issued bi-monthly.
George 1'. Kite, '31, managing editor
of
the
NEWS;
and
Lawrence
?
C
Newcomh, '31, will direct the activities of the paper.
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