PROFESSOR TELLS OF STUDENT DAYS FRENCH RECEIVES SUPERINTENDENCY

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Vol. 2.
Albany, N. Y., July 10, 1931
No. 1.
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RECEIVES
PROFESSOR TELLS FRENCH
SUPERINTENDENCY
IN NORTH ALBANY
OF STUDENT DAYS
1350 ATTEND 1931
SUMMER SESSION
Dr.
This
Harold P . French, principal of the
J. L. Meriam Recalls T i m e ' Mi'nands School and former member
W h e n State College W a s
I of the summer school faculty of State
Normal School
j College, was chosen District Superintendent of schools of the third superDr. Junius L. Meriam, professor of visor)
of north
Albany
district
education at the University of t a l i ( oimtv
furnia at Los Angeles, former ^ ' • " - ; ' , | 7 | , : , s , M ( 1 : | w , ( , r ;1|1,| v ; l n „ | s r h l „ , |
Normal student and tnslruclor re- ( T | i m , flirllisl,iiw „ H c h hackturns to the campus, tins summer.
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Dr. Meriam attended tins college in . , , „ ,
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1897 and 1898 when it was known
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as Slate Normal College located on <«"-'"' r ; "" 1 ^ l ' n " l l l , : i 1 ' " r u r a l - d c '
Willett Street and ottering a I wo nientary. junior and senior high
year course.
schools, well lining him for leadership
In an interview today Dr. Meriam in school circles,
described the Normal College a- cum| | , , U ork | i ; l , hrought him in close
prising a student hod) of about ,150, umtact with all parts of New York
consisting niostl) of women, lie was Slate: (ieucsee, Jefferson.
Suffolk
one of forty-one graduate students Nassau, I'lintoii and Albany counties
the greater number of whom wen- hc-ndes parts ,,f New Jersey,
DII I I M<O:I> W. T i l
men. During the nest two ;cars he |,, addition lie MTVCII .i- director " i
reinained as instructor and untie re-ean h in Ihe I'lnttshurg public
.
T
T'
teacher.
s, I,.., ,|, and instni. t-.r in the -unimer
While principal of a s.hool m ,o,s, ,n,:, Stale Lolleec. lie revived Or. I hOmDSOn
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hlVe
Akron, Ohm, Mr. Mvri.im b.iMii In- | „ , i n ,mnie. in Stale folleue and Inlight n.i n d siiperu-ion as .1 ine.ni- ma-lcC- degree m ( ..null.
11I iinpro\ ine m-ini, li- :i.
Hi '
\ril: .: I-'. ! a;, man. a monih, r of
Year's Registration Breaks
All Records of Preceding
Summer Terms
Approximately thirteen hundred and
fifty students have registered in the
\')i\ summer courses of State College
summer session at the opening days of
the session, according to a statement
issued today by Dr. Milton (i. Nelson,
director of the session.
This sum represents an increase of
four hundred over the registration of
last year's students and live hundred
over the enrollment of the summer
session of 192.1. It even exceeds the
regular registration of the College by
approximated
two hundred.
This
total breaks' all records lor enrollment ever maintained in the summer
i oiu-cs at Slate. The total registration is more than lilt) per cent in
ex, i s.s of the average enrollment for
Recitals Tim Summer !l^1|'::';,l'',:;!';;:';J;,,;;.');:;l l;;;'^;^
lis
well
a . Ila lllrlhoils
involved.
Ill M, m e l d s
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'"'•••' stud) pur-lied I.) . a d l -indent.
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' h e "Education Becomes Professional"
I lu minis tin, -iiir.nii r is typical ol
D)\ Smith
ToCondud
Co'tee.
the lieud 1.1 villi, atioiial circle- today,
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said Hi. Nehoii. whin asked lo .0111cab wi'l he civ.
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Dr !''„•. ^I'maiion is Looming more and
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NeLoii. dire, lor of the more professional", he -aid.
"Slate
throughout the summer session I
Dr. Domini \ . Smith, assistant pr
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hoards ..J education
are urging
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• .a hi-|.,rv.
The lours ai
u-e ol the ..man ol the h ir-,1 teachers to brush up professionally',
ol for Ihe students of I'reshytcrian . hvir.li. Dmled al the and the teachers themselves are ieeling
-i ."on and ..|'ier un- v -,, n K T .a Siah and W'dlell streets, ihe n.cd i..r modern training in the
(unities for leach, rs and i, M
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. u < l l l , p ,| K . recitals will melhods and content of the subjects
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... u - 1... .1... ihe) are teaching. An ovvr-.-upply ol
uilereraOliate• students i,.|- acpiai.ii
W'eilnesda
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I- ihemseLi- with Ihe Hudson \ al I
profe -non, has made coiu|ieleliou
f
Ihsiori.
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important
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afternoon
al
liv
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roughoiil tins viiiuily.
keener, and jobs are going to those
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l,<--,t prepared to hold them. Financial
A sp.i.a has hven re-erved on tin
lain bulletin hoard in the rotunda Alumtll Ut rlattSPUrg
inducements are being offered by many
1 Draper hall where students ma'.
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schools svsteiiis to those tea. her- who
H a i l KeiltllOn
lUeSday
are willing lo give up their summers
ien 'I . . 1 , 1 . 111,11 he hoiighl
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, in Room
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union
of
LI.ui-Lii,
Mam
Nor' " professional unprovyn—
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'"'', ,'-' lii-st loin will he 'ci-nducled mal S.I1..0I alumni will he held al a '„''', 'an- helm: urged to allend -11111-
spite ol a slip, riiitc;,de,ll • 1 -. I i- v rbme f.,r hiul.o adMseil huu lo remain 111 hiv',' 1 e'..'it' l 'r"Mh'«'l'' : ', 'Mr.' Meriam 1 he
i.mi. a help to his tea.her, through
u p i M , ;,
three Historical trips
In .iituisiim over-emiihasis UIK.II
inelllod, I e n I,He- . " \ l one lii
had tin responsibility ol super.
luard ih< voiing lea. her explain ll
tin waving ol the trees causes 1
wind to I,low . and the harder I
trees wave. Hie stronger the wind
I.lows.
I l„ Cin\ei'sit\ of Missouri 1
Dr. Miriam to he professor ol school
supervision, loir the last seven year
he has l.ren teaching at the Cnivcr
sih .a i aliforuia at Los Angeles.
I his summer as visiting instructo
Dr. Meriam conducts classes in I •Mil,.,l Kesear.h 1'rohleuis and lulucatimial \ a h a - comprised niostl) ol
graduate students aclivel) engaged 111 nexl Satlinki). Jul) IN. A bus will
lea. Innv or supervision.
have the 11. ail entrance ,.| Draper
hall .11 nine ,.V|.,.I. 111 the iiiorniuy
Ihe bii- will von Hie Saratoga haul,
Dr. M. G. Nelson Welcomes lirld
lo D a i bdv.ard, and will pa-' Students To Summer College Ihroneh \\ hileliall. ,uu\ fm an l i n n
I,. I .al Ti.-.oil 1 ..en. Th, trip will
! Dear I•rieuds of the I'Dl Summer
l.i-l an entire dav. -., dial pi, m.
Inn, he- mav eilhel I, 1 d , u al..m
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\\ , I,,,,,,, |o Slate I oil,,,, I
h,
pur. based .,t I "ii L . o n b n . i
M.o pr. .lit and pleasim alike
I'm- i.,r -even I,Dm!- have -ie.,,.1
m.il.i v. ur summer In re ahuu1. 1 I bis trip
laolL
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while
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1, s, 111 .
,,n in el, oil, r.d v,,u f, r voiu in.
iloVUI
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.AC 11F:S 1 1BRARY
pi. nic online in 'I batcher I'alk next m e r school at least every fmirlh or
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\ b-l ha- been posted on lift 11 summer",
,1,,, ,,,,„, 1,1,Helm b. aial ,,, Ihe rotuuda
'" appears Ihal teachers are regisnl
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I'"' , l ; i ' -'»"-' "P ' 1 H" -e w ho vv ill _. unl]||l .,. ( I,,,-,-, ,,re verv large, and
attend.
11, -oine ileparlmenl- ihe need for a
i p , , , mmiii, , •,, ,h:.rge !- cull- 1 cadjiisliueiit ol the curricula ii.is bii'n
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\|,,,-,,,,,,., IVuineell lell. New iiistnu l,,r- have been added
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I 'lallsl-ure aluoi' . an- al th, -in nil in more were tumid a w a.v than < "iild In
milled.
ire thai man
Not ,.ulv a n tin le.,, hei • iiluruing
Mr and MiSCIENCE
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THE SUMMER NEWS
THE SUMMER NEWS
New York State College
For Teachers
Albany, New York
The
NEWS
Summer
weekly
by the class
SI 15B, "School
class project.
is published
in Education
Publications", as a
Office of publication:
100 Draper Hall.
STAFF
Gladys Bassett
Hazel Killam
Catherine Boylan
Ellis Kolodny
Mildred Coon
Daniel Lewis
Dr. Smith To Conduct
Three Historical Trips
TERRILL SPONSORS
TELEPHONE FILM
(Continued from page 1, column 2)
The second tour will be conducted
Saturday, July 25. From the front
entrance of Draper hall, a bus will Students
Invited
to
Witness
D e m o n s t r a t i o n July 27
(Each week the inquiring
reporter leave for Lebanon to visit Our Lady
at 2:30 o'Clock
will ask students questions, the an-of Lourdes shrine. From there the
swers to be given by the students.)
trip will extend to Deerfield through j
Pittsfiekl. At Deerfield the party will , T h ( , o p p < j r t „ n i t v i s u , ,,, p n „ , n l , „ |
Question:
To what do you at tribal
^ ,„• t , u . M m | n R T ^ j n | l , ( j
the increased enrollment in the.visit the Indian Museum, brom there L ^
session of summer school.'
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dim e Hrmly •
Many schools oiler
increments ,,f salarv to teacher-, who
--ions. Stale Col
.re rapidlv being
John Crowley
Carolyn Peck
M. P. DiLorenzo
I lur.i. (Juaekcnbush !
the bus will continue to Northampton Mw({ ;) m ( | | i ( i ) ] ]jkfWL,
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! l , a s s i l , « l l K ' C a l v m t l , n l l , l « c r i ' M , l c l R ' c to be given hv the N'ew >'ork Tele
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Smith t olleee campus
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tmumg the tour will pass over Mount ^
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Audrey Flowers
Lillian Slater
Jean Hopkins
Kthel Trninor
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Air,. Theda Kay
M i Waite
Bernard Kerbel
\ ehna W'aite
tl e:r
le.uhei„
I in , r.let
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r, i u r n
u
will
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be nude
o\cr
,„ luh 21 al .':.«)
tin
he-ter
M • awl- lr.nl ilii.eigh N..rih Vlam., , , ,_, M I , i Wliiam-i,.u , pa--u;g I,iron.:'
lleud
-ii'iinui' the \\ illiam- ' ollege ( .uupil-, In I r. •>.
'i liicir present ,,„,) •„, Albany.
Ill, third and la-t • • 1 tin- li'-l r al
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J . T ( ri-ill.
i , • 1 . . : , : . r, e w i t h
great
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o\ 1,„ k.
I Ins
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Ibe 1
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dire.
d and ii
Katl-crne Kennedy
"Tt-adicr- UV,H l r i l h u l 1 1 | , r n " ' 1 , : ' " I ! K ' l ! " U '' 1
Instructor have lacked po-hio,,, during the > car Mate, Mililan A.ademy al \ \ ,-1
feel that attendance at summer school ;•,,„„ ,,„ Saturdav August I. I In
\'ol. 2 N'o. 1
b'ridav, lulv 10, 1W1 may enable them to obtain position- ,
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ruled on ,,1 the time ol publi, atioii of
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' for the coming vear."
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return al ten oclo, k.
I he tourists the \ r , \ - 11 will undoubtedly incorporate a pi, tonal interpretation of
PROFKSSIOXAL
(.ROWTII
riniinia A',,,,,,, Sbnum:
••The Held will reinaiu at the academy lo see
some present day problem along with
l s :l
III the first few days at summer w
" f ., t«lucation
progressive
one,
and
|,e
evening
dress
parade.
The
ret
h
session it has been impressed
on us
J". m a n > ' fw]wr*
'." I1"' l l l ' M turn will be made over the Lea, an oral explanation, This demonstra1
competition is keen and therelore
more than ever before that teaching summer school.
tion should be of particular interest to
Mountain bridge.
is really a profession.
Those who
Hie cost of the trips is $2.50 HUM. . ( | | W , U) a n , ) ) ( i W K , l c l l i n g l ) r w , „ , c x .
1/
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li llk
realized it before now appreciate it . • '"'.'". " ''" 1 , "\ . "
tlml .'« Students who are interested in taking '
, teaching soon
Wording
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increase 111 enrollment is due prmiardv .,, ,
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more fully, and those who did not ,„ „ u . | , U s | n , s s d c . p r e s s i ( ) 1 1 .
•'». one o. all ot these b u s a n , c - ,,, n | | reports, the Telephone company
Pe„p|e
consider it before a r e beginning to who otherwise take summer positions quested to sign on the bulletin board h ; i s m ; i ( | ( , ^ ^ ( l . . , m ) n s t r a t i o l 1 s s u i n .
awaken to that fact.
| are trying tofind worthy use of their immediately as a minimum ol Unity L . ^ , ^ .„„, i n , l n l , , i v c t l ,at they are
students is required before anyone "1 |
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When we see large numbers of leisure time.
the lours will be attempted.
teachers or prospective teachers com,
I of the type yet devised. There will
Clara
II. Sprint/steed,
assistant
billing their efforts to find better j superintendent of schools 'in Amsler"
I be a notice posted on the bulletin
methods to help high school pupils, | dam: "I consider the increased en- College IjOUSe tldS 16
j hoard in the rotunda if any change
to solve problems of importance, and, rollment due to the economic conch°
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' tlK t o n s 0 the tunes. Married women
O « « « , ^ ^ o I k.c k . , n . m » ' made in the time,
lor Uie
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to increase their knowledge for
the| m , s t m ; l k ( . ;( H v m t ,
T h e tendency
iger generation, can r,f the state deparlnient to increase . I'ollowiug the attempts ol Wallace
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benefit of the younge
:e that
that we
we are
are propro-1 the
requirements 01
of teachers,
teachers, pi,....
princi- ^'>'vell, ^ , t aid ,\ \, aterma,,,
HOH
me requirements
, • 2> w<\ Administrator
we help but realize
Charles K. M. W'inne
Y\dliam M. brciich
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Roomers This Summer
To Discuss Problems
fessionals'
! l'als, and supervisors, and nearlv all K , , l l L ' r l l^nuiin, .1(1, the lirst 110111
i r , . r o l i v i m r tl,-,t I lirn- ' u.„»l IratCTIIa
gl'olip llollse l o r llle'll H i t '
r|,„rs
Just as physicians studv new de- ^.lchers,
are rca uing that the\ need
three vears ago Since i t s '
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continued studv to meet the reipure- V'uniiui once \>.ns a M1 . . H I M I U
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,round
vices for medical and surgical care, m c l l t s 0 f pnmressive education"
HounduiK t ollege Mouse, as it is
A 1'Lm is undei waj lor a round
just as lawyers seek new methods of I
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! called, has been situated 0,1 different table discussion of administration
s 11
-innrmrli on I il -out rrimlml In,,. I\' • '
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' ' " ' ' " ' , ' ' ' " " , l ' w ; i s located problems bv the administrators who
approach on legal and criminal law,, J ) m m n
Mafa
NeCeSSary
ol Kohm and W e s t . ; 1 1 „,e
secondare
school
adminisi l t l h , eorner
J
r, ibe house
movedagoto in
itsSeplempresent "• ' "" " , " 1 suoiuiai\
'^'- T k ' smooi
I'1'111 »aiiiniuis
•" -'-"
ister
teaching.
so teachers
seek new ideas to admin-1
Streets
Two years
loiaii.m,
LM
1
cnlral
Avenue.
gested
by
Dr.
M.
(i,
Xel-on,
director.
In all professions we find many:
Due to the large enrollment in t
This
is
lb,
se.ond
siiiniuer
thai
|,
„
planned
lo
meet
-,,in.
aftern
1
capable and well-lilted people, and j Kn R |i,l, course S-l-C, the class u
l!
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this is no less true of the leaching h j l - i ( , | ,,, ( | u j , | , .
M r . | ,,,„;, J. \ \ ,
dent.. L
IH'ofessioii.
If there is strength in I K . r a yraduati- of ibis college 111 I1'
•lb.O' l b
numbers a- the registration at this and now a teacher ,•• l i j b - i , m 1
Ml'-'-d W 1 I e invihd as speakers. The adinii
w a r ' - sunnuer -,--ion indicates, the | i i i r , r |.,-, , \, ,,,1,
ir.dor, will meet prohabh e\.-r\ ail
profession whii h State 1 ollege rep- \ ,, r |,. ,. m-trii. IM
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resents should ind.eed be -ll'ong.
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In English Six Course u
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Faculty
Volley Ball
Men Issue Challenge
Supervisor
Speaks
G R E G G MAN r o S P E A K
At Librarians' Tea
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fa, nil) team •,; -1 . men tin ^
i- lies a ' '-ailuiue t:ir Ugh the ••
V| u - to .1 team o' -'Old, ul- lo 111.1 \ \'
a gam, of \ .11, > '•> ' "ll the 1 ollege ' ;
campus during l l , •. e./k of Jul;. 27 ^
I,, Aueu-I I
I b, ilel'iiiite il lie will ,,',
|„. ck-iermiiied when the challenge IFACULTY
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, , , | librarian. I
wed IA .. lea g n
ATTEND
PICNIC
Meinb. r. ,,| 11,, 1 ,. .1 I, were s,|inl
ed
li ,, -indent learn organizes lo a,
lb,
il- -1 u. ainud ,1 p; ni, dnin
,epi ibe ihallenge, arrangements ma
I V.i. lur - c o Pali
Lei 1 Miiing
b, :. id, Ihroiigh the oliue ol Dr. \ Ibis wa- th,. hist ,.,..,,1
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, N e l - i i director ol the sumuici , m U ,,, ,| K . ,„ l l i m ei session lor lb,
e,si.,u
instructors.
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K'\,r; plan, Heiulle \\ ornh.un and
lima N'ehols; -u'wiie. Mar. \luiisev
Margin rile 1 allow. Is ilbenne |),,.b i
and Miriam Wade; lowers, |-'h/ab,ll I
McCiine, iu\ialioiis, I'.ihel XaboN.
Carol Kcllc.\.
a.in. r T.,|. • c- il ihe\ w. ul.l a
pi . , . : . , ••r.ai-id lable" d; , 11--1
01 ,,,| n-iralne prohh in-. I'r ,
i.u "\ die:,' band-.
luu Mr \
L i . , . I. ..-kid 11 lb, men wo
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Ij li\e or sis favored the 1
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THE SUMMER NEWS
Borden, Mary, Oneonta, 279 Western Ave.
Barnes, Helen, Olmatedville, 540 Madison Borzllleri, Joseph, Long Beach, 59 S. Lake
Ave.
Ave.
Borzillcri, Sclma, Long Beach, 59 S. Lake
Ave.
Note:
Students
are requested to Barnham, Helen, Binghamton, 482 Yates
St.
Bourne, Bertha, Rome, 15 S. Lake Ave.
leave any change in address or tele- Barrett, Alice, Troy, 222 Ontario St.
House, Mary, 1966 Altamont Ave,, SchenecBarrett,
Helen,
24(1
Ninth
St.,
Troy
232K
tady, 2-0816
phone number
zvith tlic SUMMER Barrett, Loretto, New York, 1.140 ParkBowe, Mary, Fort Edward
wood Blvd., Schenectady, 4-9625
N E W S SO that the correction may be
Bowman, Hazel, Angola, 72 Morris St.,
Barton, Mary, Brookview, .1.14 Lccdale St.,
4-0480
made in the next issue of the publica.1-336"
lioylan, Catherine, 19 Harrison Ave., Rensselaer
tion. Students whose names do not I {{ilJ.'1.""'^!1,:1' f'H;\'./j i-'.'".'^"1 '\ «.!,,«•
Mradgman, Arthur, 200 Ontario St.
appear in Hie list are also requested Bam-', K/.SI-.' c*li;uh»m
Iira.lt. Evelyn, Edinlmrg, 102 S. Lake Ave.
Brady, Gertrude, llairisvilic
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