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w ,,. „ , i • /,',.
, , ,,,,
Velma
W'aite
H
e f o s t e r e d u n d e r t h e - i n d e n t a s s o c i a - |Wp lhaen en — ac nh di l d w
e a r aoi rl dr een - aa w
r e otnrea vtehl ri en eg- y 1>\
t i o n ' - g o v e r n i n g h o d v , w h i c h w o u l d b e ! P a r t i n g off on a t h o u s a n d - m i l e t r i p
long a g o
the teacher who ,tayn i e m l i e r s ol ll
elected I .
t h e g r o u n d , n o t m i l ) l o o k s , b u t ination.
t i p behind the nine-.
M o - t ol I
old I,.
arranged
at
speaker-
and
the
wludi
lime
In t u r n - -
well
kinwii
prominent
in
o h
literal-'
,n,,rL.
;,|„jut
aviation than
their
r c / / ' ./ sin''I
mnriil.i
>:rh
i/um • .r, ami sjval , • « . '
F.th.el
Irving
Dorothy
I a-otdt.
Miyder.
>hult-.
Uoehm,
Fi-chcr.
'"-'m:in'
Winifred
IJ:-,- •: •
.,,/,.,,.; ,
'^ _
u ,lnlhl
'
•'
summer
j |;„, Afred K r o n k . Eileen Canna, A n n e
Murrav, Anne Savercool,
Frederick
A
U
of
|>, .iuillvri.
ac-
State
l a s t e d f r o m 8 : 3 0 u n t i l 12 o ' c l o c k a n d
informal.
A m o n g those w h o atw a s
the airport | tended
conumiuilic-.
higher?
fT
All
d a n c e w a s h e l d l a s t n i g h t in t h e g y m -
Perhaps,— !
" h i S n e r " education
• f <*f
I
The
cliff-
the
Washington
with
in all
and
places?
from
Idaho serve equally well?
-.. i m p n-.ai
we'.l-
Next vear. we
• t h a t t h e r e u 1,1
be m o r e " . , r g a : i r e c i t a l - a n d t h a t t'.:ere
will be a k e e n e r seii.-c oi a p p r e c i , ; i o n
- l i o w n t h r o u g h a iiiucli l a r g e r a u d i -
Trainor
true
view
or
tually
d i r k ;.- F . r c b u - :
tru-te 1.
the
Park,
dull 'w
are
Catherine Boylan
Audrey Flowers
sence
t o p at T h a c h e r
who can
"1"'
a- i r g h t
^"'1 i;i" alio i n , . Let i n - n
Kolodny
concord
sounds,
,p,'j||°r
ih>-
Hall,
STAFF
Gladvs
self,
Xor
as a
publication:
that
all t h i n g s i n t o t h e i r
life?
Shakespeare
i n Education
vista,
of t h e i r
is published
class
beautiful
p o r t i o n t h a t h e l p s t o p u t all d a y s
York
All State Dance Drew
Crowd Of Merrymakers
opportunity to get t h a t long view, that
because they neglect the a e s t h e t i c side
" T h e m a n t h a t h a t h n o m u s i c in h i m weekly
NEWS
/,i.r /.
,is , n i -
upon
l d be. wIIi l l iitn g w
" t io " p a \ t h e
Mary l" w
I) o ulirwii
•. i n - t h e ' eiieiil of t h e s t u d e n t b o d \
hut I w o u l d n- i v.i-'i t.. c m , - l,.i, L
i'>r t h e e n t e r t a i n m e n t
This
iterlainiueiil W
, l : i e r - t o e- l a
teach-
part
of
the
trip
illustrated
tin
rapidit; with w h i c h a n i m m e n s e bu-iu e - ,.an b e e l h c i e u t l y h a n d l e d .
Other
t r i p - p l a n n e d a r e h , t h e p , , r t of
\lbauv and v a r C u - null-.
Birchenough Returns
After Week's Illness
e r - , a n d it i- n o t all d u e \< i t h e - u p e r
r m e . I:.,ni,.:'. a b i i n v
uiiu-r.ilU
:,tt r : b i , i , , l t,
11 ,\
th MI
\
,n
• l . d lo 1
. i t b o i i l 1'
oli-t
extr.
m-maiue
to
ml'
ul
pro
-11,1 on t
-l.ili-li
don't
X|M • I h
in ; „ n , i l
I W
e-n.,; I
R. J. Bailey Declared
Winner In Tennis Contest
ii.iM-j.il:
;; Faculty Volley Ball
Men Cop Championship
h a v , I-
Hniiu
ii
! . 1
l,i n
b , v , i b e K a p p a D. h a I
I I ..IhlM l b - . , - . p D l I M I
i I, a h a n iMlling . ul - .
ll il I- n o | e x p . , l i d 1
be p l a y e d .
THE
Last Tour Of Season
To Include West Point
West Point and Bear Mountain
Bridge are the points of special interest for tomorrow's tour. Tins last
trip of the summer will he conducted i
by Dr. Dormal Smith through the U.
S. Military Academy at West Point, I
returning by way of Pear Mountain I
Bridge. Buses will leave the Wash- j
ington Avenue entrance of the college
al '! o'clock tutiiorrow.
I )r. Smith plan- to t nidll. t similar
tour-' tn pi ices Hi lii -1 Ti al iiUeret
The
nr-1 tmir
ci nd i ted la-t
oi
tin
-c i-mi
we. k. on the
Modern American Poetry More Animating
Than English Contemporary, Says Cox
Culture Of Higher Education
Wins Amphibian Demonstrator
If you listen very carefully some
evening as you pass a certain pond
near Albany, your ear will detect
a cultural croak rising above the
mediocre frog chorus. The superior person from whom it emanates
was a guest of Miss L Pearl
Gardner's adolescent
psychology
classes one day last week.
He
aided as part of the apparatus to
demonstrate certain emotions and
their rei onditioning. Although the
c-v pericu. r H ;h in ist \vi irlhwhile
and mid milled!} elevating, he wa •
WT\ liapp.v i ' i'i n u n to i ' il water,
Id
anii' inn cd !• ulai that a plan i- la i:,g
devised for pulline Mich trip- mi a
•
I'erative ba-:-.
\\ I
-hall 1 do
.i:-" lie sail
d\ interest'
i my I n iw'
all uniipie
w i-
I atoiiit
i 1 •.hall n
| for "I'lie I-
3
SUMMER NEWS
i
when 1 a m !
wheu inter- i
.in hiuuani- i
dm ol er ••• I
ind valuable. I
I M \ column I
New-'."
I
"Very few students want to know j literature has long been made, T h a t
what 1 think of recent English or j is why most of the respectable poetry
American poetry" said Sidney Cox, I in America today is more animating
visiting English professor from Uart- j though less elegant than that being
mouth College. And it was with a ; written in England, and why a very
little difficulty that this charming, little of the poetry now being written
courteous, but rather reticent, gentle- here is better than an of the poetry
man was induced to talk to a Sr.\i- now being written in England."
MER NKWS reporter.
ipii|A\ pi p|.io.\\ Xja.v M\\ in ajniua.\pt!
Mr, Cox said that the personality put! unj Wpamu) puts u|S!PP jo sail
of an individual makes an interview -||((|isso(l Matt ;IM.\,I.I Xaqi ]Bi|i '.{\\v.M]
interesting, that bis answers to offAlthough Mr. (.'ox conies from
hand cpie-tioib are read curiously, Dartmouth College, his teaching cxthough one can get a concept of his perience has been varied, including
sympathies, prejudices, habits and. three years in the Schenectady High
possibly, ideas. A person may he in- School'.
lie was one of the first
tcrcsling because oi the subject he teachers of creative writing at the
teaches, but he i- not very interesting P.readluaf Summer School of Engwhen what he ha- to si}' is perfunc- lish at Middlebur\ College, \'t.
tor\ and no one really cares.
Mr. i ox's thief interest is modern
"Americans are deticient in their English and American literature. Ileacipiaiutance with the liast, traditions sides teaching courses on these sub—or culture," continued Mr. i ox "but jects, lie ha- written the must interthey do have ihe energy and the vi csting interpretation of Robert l-'rost
lahtv to produce the new. Reading vet published, "Robert Frost; Origicontemporary English poetry, one feels ual 'Ordinary Man'". Mr. Cox knew
that the poet is so conscious of a sort Robert Pros! before the poet became
oi literary covering ol nature and m- tamous.
Mr. ( o x ' s two other books are
dividual interpretations that he can't
s
«-' , l '» l t s s l"-' c l a l intiividual fresh- "'leaching ol iMighsh; Avowals and
K U
" ^
' h-e « i m " " t r y i n " l , , , 1 , , o k V l ' » U " ^
»»'' " ' ^
KC'WCIK-M"
at simple things and invents a fresh (co-editor), an anthology for use in
and startling world of simplifications college composition classes.
As a
' " " ' '""tortious.
critic, Mr. Cox has contributed arti"A very tew peope m America are cles to " l h e Bookman, "New Remagazines,
s t l | , | o l | k i n g a , 1 ; l l l , , | i a r , | , m g s a i u ] a ! public" and other
combination of things and at human
Mr. Cox is married and has three
behavior, so distinctly and enthusiast- children,
\r
,•
I /it
«IT• i l
VOCatWnal
LlaSS
Will
p i / - . .
T
Visit
KonmnnA
Milh
South
Conducts
TOUT
VlSll
iXenWOOU
lUlllS
.
.
.
TO
Institution
Miss losephine Streii'- cla-s ...
. . . Hudson
"Occupational Information" will have
T 1 ,„ „„.„,, ,.,.„ ,,, ,,„. ,.,-„< ;,, I.-.I,.
the last „f a series of held trip
' > "'\' w
,
.
\
Monday afternoon when the niembers I l ' : l " " " 'S l l U ' " ' ^ ' " ^ e d by Dr. Earl
will visit the Kenwood Mills manu- I'- South, made an inspection of the
(adorers oi woolen good,.
New York Mate School for Delhiv
y ,„,
l.ast week, the student, in the voca- „,,,..., , „,.c ... | | l l ( i , ( ) l l
tional class "Analysis oi the IndiHudson, . \ . \. mi
I wo chartered buses
vichial Pupil," staged a series of Wednesday,
the 'L'ft the college at one o'clock. Apvocational conferences
during
regular class period. In the demon- proximately lift} people went, unhid- '
stration given on Tuesdav morning. >»« " lew members of other classes.
A
Hamilton Ache-son was "the problem
detailed inspection was made ol i ,
child" and Curtis Uiglev was the lllL ' institution including the kitchen, | i
"counselor".
Another demonstration laundry, timing
rooms,
recreation,
!j
was given on Wednesday when Miss rooms and dormitories.
Kathleen Doughty look the part of
One feature ol the institution is the :
the "problem fluid" and Mi-, Alice \ work done along the lines ,,l weav- j j
Kcays was her ••counselor".
T|,e j mg basket making, sewing and other j
demonstration, were prc-enlcd lor the bandit raits,
purpose of giving the student, some j > „ v . V . V . V . V . « A V J V W V ^ A V V
idea a, to how a pupil ma} be helped
in planning hi, inline work and how .
the counselor can aid him in overcoining some of In, dil'tii ullies.
i IGetftern at
MANUFACTURER'S
CLEARANCE SALE
on
Cortland Alumni Find
Fun At Warner's Lake
Quality Frocks
Alumni of lhe ( or!I unl Normal
Sihool eniojetl an online al \V.,rn.-r'l.ake
Wetlnctkn
.aioii
Ti-.
at
Our Albany Shop
ID oe It
Just two blocks from College
Te<
"Breakfast
210 Quail St. off Western
Dinner
Lunch
'. i l l l-i - (II)
Meeting P l a t e "
lack B,
Prop
Irmmt'a (Eaferia
Suppci
•i i • . r . i ii i
Central Ave. at Lexington
ratmt al (ipuati
Albany, N. Y.
Quality
Pood
—
M o d e r a t e Prices
—
( ourteum
Se
THE SUMMER NEWS
TALKIES DEVELOP
FROM TELEPHONE
F. J. Werthman Issues
Challenge To Debate
Mr. Florian J. Werthman, a
student in Statu College summer
Important Features of Telephone | session, challenged Miss Mabel W.
Smith also of State College to a
Incorporated in Talking
Picture Production
I debate, the subject to be: "Which
I one of the institutions or divisions
The telephone is the parent of all
f the social environment is una'
electrical communication systems. Mr. I \ important as an inllucncc upon the j
B.
K. Rhoads of the New York j | youth of America." A very earnest
JUNIOR RED CROSS ^^f/^'
,
Adult Education Needs
HOLDS EXHIBITION „—;-:;-;;»:::,';::;:
| next step in immigrant education,
Representative Attends, College to d e c ! a r e d M i „ Marguerite II. Burnett
Recommend Work in Peace
. ,
,,
, .
Movement
I '" l i e r address belorc a group ol students and specialists in Immigrant
"Love makes the world go round, Education on Wednesday morning,
:
Red Cross
makes
.\|,, rLand
. than
50 summer
,, r „the
the world",
was the
waylove
in ' dents
visitors
attendedschool
the ostuubut
i m , l Junior
Telephone Company
declared
last I j ^ f' iiJl'. .Vj-oLMiee "i lVi~ J I rida v" cub N W ' " V I ' M k s M : u " 1 ' ' l-™'-^ assistant ferccc in adult education to hear
Monday afternoon, in Page Hall,
minatcd "in the ' issuing of' this j ' " I I R ' National Connnauder of the Mi-, liurnett, who is director of
when the company presented a talkie
\meriean junior Red I ' m - , , summed immigrant education in Delaware,
t liallfti.ui', the date for which bad
Lxperieiice with adult immigrants
version of the development ol the | Mot |,,.,.:, chosen when die \ ' K \ \ - | up hrielly the work uf that organizatelephone and allied industries. Ae- • , u ,.„i p, pre--.
,
'
interview
Ml this week who have acpiired a workable knowlcording to Mr. Rhoads. the talking '
' ' ' " . " ' " a n m U " l . t t - A l "»•" « 1 ^ ,,| V e ,„' y^U~U.
American born -l.ilpictures evolved from telephonic prim
.
, .
U ' - L «vis exhibited and explained dren of fmeigu parentage and Amerciples.
LlaSS
UOSerVeS
mOdel
to uin-m- -Indent- and faculty mem- n.u, l„,rn adult, whose education lias
When Dr. Alexander Hell invented
.
. \ r>
hers the work of the \iiierican lum'or been limited, ha- shown that there is
the telephone, both parties had to he
Experimental
bWUpS
,..,, .•
a di-linci de-ire for c u r s e - that will
readv at either end ol the hue. I here
,
|
ci,
':,i' ,.,.,, .,, .„„• ,. .,,.,, , •,.
help the individual meet life problems,
II'
t
1
,<
Mi
1 In-,
'
s, n n n . t n f
111-trUC-
was no signalling devices -uch as the
.\l i - U.u i I,. Ma i I L - L K I . in u m
bell.
I be Use ol signalling divuc- i r .a I'n .gre<-ivc h u m a n rn ho. 1
came about through research conduc- . i n r ) ,,,- , | ; i ,,,.,„,„, Teachers' Problems
tw
!.,',v. H . T V
] U;{Ty\,
„
, „ in the Intermediate I ira.le,, ha- been
It i- inherent in the Hell system
to have a group of about 5(1111) people conducting vers nitere-tmg demonvvho are continually looking lor newer -tratiou c l a - e s m each o m r - c
ii,.
t
.
i •
. i
I
,
and better ways Pi -peak the spoken
word." Thi- statement by Mr. Khoadis the essence ol the company'- purpose in maintaining the elaborate Hell
Laboratories. That the eiionim,,- expense of conducting the-e re-ear. b
laboratories is not wasted i- amplv
,
I • il • -• h
I i- ' .(1
' S , |'>om'udcpho.U' re-earch"HuV,rk has
come trans-atlaatic telegraphv, which
was started 25 war- ago aild'p,,. into
«MHT;iti..n about A cears ago. I he hr-i
rans-atla„l,c mes-age wa - -e,, I, o,n
the
lower m iParil')|.i.
world
die
one ofmthe
late-l
-eI eb.ille
icphone
i leletalkie.
,i
re-earch i has given
the
modeof communication.
Through
telephone research, the principles of
the telephone were applied to medicine and thus the electrical -teliiescope and artificial larynx were discovered. The electrical stethe-eope
enable- a number of pin -icians and
student- to bear the bean beat without each making an individual test.
Radio telephone i- another direct
application of telephone principles to
modern life. Messages are now -en!
from London to Au-lrailia in a few
" T i e r y widely used new kin of the
telephone is the public address systeui.
This utilizes the telephonic
principle of diaphragm and electrical
current in .'implying the words of
speakers and annoiint ers.
Tim-, wltt-ii Mr. Khinids -,,id, "Alnnit
l.l'l.l
.iiid
mil. I
|.e.,h
lM.lt
tie
IH'l
\CO I
•'--
,,.'
• 1111U
111 ' • 11! 1.11 •»
r.'i
\ \ ' 11 i 11
Will
ii.'n- .i.l.l
•
,.
i •, i
,rU.ril|
e-'ibli bine I'ricndl'
rela
,„„,;' ^ ^
,,„,,;- .m(, y , , , ^ , : , , ,
, ,,
, , ,,, , „ , , • , ,
.- . ,.,.,
I I " second group, also numbering
h I . . . and lu u llinu
o,, c-lifteen. did mtern.cdiate work. Kadi ! r , , ' '
,r,,,,„; ^,,,,J , f ,,"!'...,.'",''
,,,.,,,,,, | K l - ,,,,., ,|,,,| v ,',,,- ,aie week. s t a u . ^ ' i-Tn.-il 1 \" tliVln't'ernilionai urn, ,,, ,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,.
.!.,,,'
i • 'i ' • i
'
• ,-ir
•,.,
., • , , , .'"•' children lioiu hoth groups tame grain which take- care ol tilling
voluntarily fmni various school, of I bn-lnia- boxc- for the n.rdy, corthis c i v .
l-ach child was given ice rc>|.on.|cncc l.etween the vario,,- In„ , , m , ,„ „ , , ,,„, ,„' t l ,e week'- work. ^ ^
I i'lil l,-'n!"
t / ' J n f Nati " " '
,.i|ni| u"h|r|] .
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,;
,,.
.,,„,
T 1 R . U . ( ] a s . ( „ | i a u . ,,,•,•,.,.,,, t ) l l . M u .
u i r N ,„ ,,„.,(,„ l i u l l N „,.„ ' , „ , , ! „.
" "' '", ,- ,,l , ,-,...;,.,-, , 'i •i,-tii-il ie-ich"
,.
, ere- nig .;ii , - which
, • , .,he
,,,.,,(,
Some
in
Junior
I p.--, were thai,
tuintj loi oi,-i i \,ition oi a u u a i icu n ahoiit
• .Ihe
. national
. • , Red
" istant
loiiiiiiander
revealed
\
QxaduateS
in
»l;in
e. M .laiii..,l
ami
i l l n - l oil.-.l
id
'""'
, i a - iiell
" "" ,| '
in,ill.
tin- IK .ill
'" ' " " " , l
school
- n i n e , I.
ami
llial
ll
l-
illdls- I
wi
* " M '" U'^»*
«
" :""""« !
Nations. The exhibitions which wer,
displayed by Mi-- Lewis came Iron
Junior Red Cross chapters from all
ver the world.
"'
' • i
Of
PotSttam
#
TENNIS - GOLF
K(|iii|iiin'iit
in
Big Reductions
Tim Kind Vini Want At
The Price You Like To I'ny
BRflUH
The /in Ci in' brick
building
388 -390 Broadway
All Kindt of
Men'» Sport Shoei
Phone I.-76I I
See Our Gym. Shoes
for Men and Women
COLLEGE SHOE SHOP
ill tin
im.i
.ntine -audi.. In , I,
s ihe |„i h •
Repairing
l„,niance, M i klnnnl- mi Hed all •• '
'
"
in I. -,.
n tin n I. I'lnm.
Neatly—Quickly
plain.
Geo. O. Ifonev
, '
-I
''"'"' ' " ' "
- n i i n i l |m l i n e s M i l e s l i . m n
In . . t i e , lln
.1. w h . l . i n e n l ,.f Hie I I I ' | , l
e » a - d, m e n
., , „ i , ,1 ,,- H ,.i i c n i i i l h
« a - a n d as n e
,. I.n
T i l . lasl O i l ,.| l l l l l l , 1 ,
- l o i l l d III,
,1 i.n I
,,. '
^ f l " S°CWl
ActlVltieS
.\„ informal gathering of Potsdam
gradua.e- wa- held in \< „ 111 of
, llece IIK-II.I\
Tiie-,l-,v mi
i,,r ilw nnr•si-,ie
' ' " l I 'Ocg..
,„,.,.
i ; . , n - inn an
-,o ooicgauizaiioii
u i i v i tUiKo n pin
for
I" ' . ,' ,ui-u.s-iug
ior
there are chapter- in 4n c. . u n t r i i - oi
ial ai li\ itie.-.
the world ba\ing a total mi'iubership
-i " i " ,; . .' "i in ihe I'niied Mate-. The members
il.i-n sou,i
i tin- iin|..ni.iiii i ei i range from the kindergarten
agi
tin :.|.|..,i.,iu-.
through the high -cl
I age. and in"i::. o,,ii-l.
- -..una i.. ,1
II .o.d elude the private and parociiial schoolttikiiiK .i loi..:- ..f ili.-.i .l,.or,u>, i- i., as well as the public school-.
all ini.nl- unit |.:o|
i.ak nt .1 in.tiin
Mi-- Lewis explained lb.',I the
,.i ...mi.I'' Mi l{li..:,,l- tin.- ,x|,l.'itn- tin Junn.r Red f r o - is an inter-currie- ,
l.i-n :ln-..i> nl in union: -.un.I ..ii una,..ii u lar activity and furnishes much valti- I
Tin- |,o..,.- i- lather m able material in the presenting of any
' " ' , ' " ! lilm
j " " ' ""
^
"'-'
lalkini! |.n
j '
;'
I cm the i t i.i vi. ii uf ..In,an..II.d
j *ilue, ill. p. ii..un,!,!,, wa- lii^hli sin
,
' bild -ludv incel u ith eager re-p. ai-e
from bod, ,| u . >.,„„,, ado], and ,ho-e
who are more maliire, \ h - liurnett
^ ^
., ^
.g ^ ^
^
^
growth of -uch cla--es in the State of
Unaware in the last live years.
II.:.'. a n d lei. \"
nislni h,,,..,-- ,.l le. ,ailni)j -
'"'•t"s, ns slum ii hi ihe ineinie, i- ihe
sliiulaiiti ..I .'.ilisini,
I the di.iiihi.'iein,
that lull, ii,, i., ,|IM villi, h hrnid- .ml llntunes iilnl inn-is llimu in flnnl .,| it
The
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