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The Record SUNY Buffalo State Student Newspaper

Volume 17

February 1928- June 1928

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State Teachers (;ollege at Buffalo . Friday, _ February 10, 1928

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CALENll,\lt • F' r l. . Feb.10. S e niorProm . wltll C,,.nl s l u• Coll e s e. • Mnn..Feb. 13 . Holiday. : Tu;�; �••!;�/� a r1::w:t • W e d. t' e b . J G . S 11 ec l a l A sse m · • h l r . : •:�i \J· : �=� l • ......... . Dirt)clor of Trn l nln!I' Addresses ,b•t•mhly on thel.ock-shlJJ infalueaticrn Speaking at t h e first General Assembly o! the second t e rm; on Tuesday. January 31, l\lr. H.J. Steel, _ dir e ctor of training, • • ' at wtnnet ili'l'6t1:iu" burpe. Batavia l1a,·lugsc rnents are b e is mov lock-st h oo s in which e menl to eliminate t h e e 11 in education. Roch­ ester Is using the Junior High School syst e m very i1ucc e ss­ rully. ing conducted in T 10 o'clock. the anuual formal pronr gi\· e u by th e Senior Cla.ss or State Tear.hers College will be held at the Twentieth Century Club. All m e mbers of the faculty, student body and alumni are inYited: Music wlll be sup])lled by t h e Cler- DwellersOrc he stra. Preimratlonsfor the afTalrhav e been compl e ted by t h e commit­ tees.whtcl1 follow: G e neral chnlr1na11. He l en B l ock: tloor eomllllttee, Josepl1 Howlln and Anna Luther; chaperone committ e e. Harry A\Jat e a"nd;Wtntfred Mahoney: programs and favors, Marlon Senecal and, Anna Durfy; ��: e r i o ! le ��Wfou!:��� e fut� Jlclty. Jo h n McGrath and Marie Ker r . The cl111perones who · wni"be . pr e sent are: Dr. and Mrs. h h1 evening at ed e as xp e rl- .

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Journalistic Form Adopted By School !lagazine WILL COME OUTWEEKLY Original Magazine Was FouJM!ed in 1913-WaslssuedThree Times Yearly ' . Today,for the first tlnie, 'l'he llecord comes out as a full­ fledged newspaper. After years of use, the old form of 'l'he ��� 1 :m:��at:1 1 �int��� 1 ��� e t� continue unde r ._ a reorganiza- tlon of editors,which was com­ plcted at several meetings of tlte , Id staff. Mr. Charles Messner gave a very helpful J ta l k at on e or UV"' �mcetlugs, ) !e 0 : '. ::\lt 0 �\���;:;a���� n i�� MesBii�a,tUja e,.pel'lince a 1 �t - Q k !��f � :�:�m -: is a doub le sheetllx14 inches, to be Issued every Friday, after Assembly. It will co11tain a wec>kly culendar oreve11ts.cur"!'ellt . news, student opinion, comment, athl e tics and organ­ l1.atlon11. A corn e r of room 209 h as becom e 1'lrn lleeord ofllce, and six books hav e been IJUr­ chas e d for studying new metl1 ods orn e w s gat h c rlm ;._ . J\lartin Fri e d, n e ws editor. ls conduct­ lug w e ekly classes in journal­ ism; h e has lssu e d a call for stmlcnts to try Out for t h e posl­ ti . on of reporter. Under the managem e nt of Mr. Huckins, 'l'he Jfoeord wlll continue to be printed In t h e Print Shop. Plans are being mad e to visit the \lnotype r<:>0ms of the Buf­ falo Eveulng N e ws. and tl1e composing room of The Bee of th e University of Buffalo There wll l be a regular w e ekly exchang e · from otl1er / schoo l papers of t he state scboo\11, col­ l e ges and unlv e rsltles. ln makhu;: this change It was In­ teresting to review t h e earller editions of the magazine. The v e ry first llecord w1111 publish e d In May, 1913, whi l e the Norma l was stil l In t he old l'm l ldlng. This magazine was publtah e d but thr e e times e. year, • a Thanksgiving, Christ­ mas, and Easter Issue. The (ContlnuedonPagf!4) \ t h

NewYorkStateC;llege for Teachers al Buffalo Albany �embly Votes on Wednesday.for New Title Suggested by Assembly­ rrian Hutt A !J!ll to c h the Buffalo State Norma l to New York State Coll e Wc:lnesday. l�eu. 8. Th e l e gis­ lation was introduced by As­ semblymauHutt,and settletltlfe ��: 1 1�; 0 :�:-S�ve� h i�� c�3:ng��!� nam e . · ,�i;):� • · The bill wr be "".SOiution, Jt11S-; d by of nlN"'n A"-•'°" 19!6. tobavethe na falo State N q · )&I School offl- ���:�· C:,�::e for T�:����� Buffalo by thestute l e g!slalure; the question was raised orig­ inally by Counsel Ernest E. Cole of theDcpartmeutofEdu­ cation, who qu e stioned th e right of the BoJ1 rd of Regents to change th e name wi'th·out action of t he legfalalllre. About th e u1lddle of January, Dr. Rockw el l rei1uest e d R e pr e sen­ tath·e Hickey anti S e nator Hutt to introduce t h is pi e ce of l eg­ islation. 1,r e par e d \Jy C o uns e l . Ernest E. Cole. which wou l d c h ange t h e namo of the State Normal Scliool to New York State Teac h era College at Buf­ falo. This somewhat cumber­ son1 e titl e was recomm e nded by the Boord or R e gents because the col l ege at Albany a l ready hall" n similar title and the amcn1ime11t of the 11rcseut bill providing for t h ls nnrue would he�r)�er. Dr, Neu111a1tn at U. U. Dr. Ge-ori;::e 8. Neumann, heatl orDe11Rrtment or Socl­ olo�y. ls �lvlng a eo:urse for Professor NilO!I Carpenter o: t h e Uul,•crs'ty of Buffalo. who h as i;one on a year's leave of absc 11 ce , _ _ _ l'lanMfor Eader Trip .,, . Dr. Rockwell eii;peets to take a partrto Bermuda during the Ra!lter \'acatlon. ange t h e name of School ge for Teac by the Ass e he rs at Buffalo waspal!Sed mbly at Albany· on

l'nnllellenlc 'l'en February ninth, the Junior Assembly took on n e w color: white tabl e clot h s, c and l e s , !low e rs.broadcastedPan h ellenlc Tea. J D e au Reed. M!ss :"-orthrup. Olancile B e !Hnger, i\largar e t Grant, He l en Block and Velma Wells received gu e sts at I.he door. lf"music hHth charms." proof was s h own by the charm added to the tea by Verna ·Bar­ ce!lona, ��lora Kry2.ykowski, Mauree11 �lallock. ·wm1etm e na Maz e naur, Janet Perry and Rose O l lef. �,aeulty. rOpre- ; J ����f/;t\;"; ,; '."�� r �i�� S ; were !\llss Small, Miss Chap­ o,;.;.o,. :-,::is l);:i;;.;!.!:;on, "I Roach\ 1'lli11s l\lcMahon. Ml&ll Englehreck. Miss Houck. nn

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Will Play Canisius Saturday

mliliilit TheButralo8oalet,'Gt.ut1111 an no u n ce their � ublhl t l o n .or plctlll'a u t:1ltt Teachera C o llege wQ1 'fflnr with c o nat d er a ble Pride foal' • o utstanding P&IDUDp bl tbe collecUon painted bJ" 111111 Amelia Spragne of the art de­ partmen t , S. T. C. Two of them repreee n t ecenea o l loc&J. .colo r : "The Old Homa bl Spri n g," a visi on whlcllrec&Jll H o usman'a "LoveUes t or trem, the a pple," a nd "Along t ho Creek," a wi n ter aoene. The o the r tw o r eflected t he sph1t of the West I n sucb a bit of gra n d e u r as "Limber P:lne In N a ti o n a l Park" a n d "Moun t H a llet a nd Tyda1J Olac l er," a Rocky M o untain _sce n e. Sociology Cl•b " Orpabes The S o ci o l o gy Club has o r­ ganize d with the t o ll o wtng m �s�!���::� McMabOri. Vice-Presi d e n t-Mil d red · n e k o w. Secretary-Charles w

Dea r The Record no w ch a nged s o mewh a t, I;ut stlll y o ure o lum n lst persists ln d o ing his stint. This ls n ot the on ly sch oo l which h a s a c o mmen t c o lumn. · The "C o -No Press" o r C o rtlan d N or mal 8.Jso runs such a column, a nd l a test � P ;�� 'be d ��� o t i:.:��u��� n h � Cortl an d. S o me Cortlande r s, nevertheless, cl a im th a t thei r c o lumnist ls a b a ndi t (S a ndin o Juni o r). a nd there a re rum o rs 1 h at the Phy�ical Ed. students are g o i n g t o Oe a t. t h at h ack Gentle re a d e r, we w o uld n 't mind gE!tting a s o unirt h r a sh­ lng, but we think th a t y ou can d o sci methlng far m o r e · v a lu­ a ble. Y o u, d o ubtless, a re o ne o f the bllll o n re a ders w ho r ea d our stuff We e kly. W h y n o t s e nd I n y o u r r e actio n s and o pi n i o ns on wh a t "[e s a y? Y o u ca n write wh a t y o u ple a se,even If It "sh o ws us up" a s a c h arla­ t a n and ninc o mp oo p - but WRITE. If y o u r c o mments a re· m o rally, mentally a nd physi­ cally diges t ible, t h ey will a p­ pear I n this e o lnmn with o ut . has Re a der:

F o u r le a gue victories to (la t e· a n u n disputed State Te a chers· a n excel� lent ch an ce of finishing the seas o p I n t h a t positi o n. • Ou r te a m has met and de­ fe a ted Cortl a nd, Brockp ort an d -Ge n ese o o n the h o me court a n d .h a s bette r ed Brockport I� a stniggle o n the B ro ckport, N. Y., c o urt. C o nference games a' r e still t o be pl a yed with Fre­ d o nia a t Fred o ni a a nd at h o me, a n d with Geneseo o n the Gen� Last y e ar's se a s o n endedwith b u t a si n gl e l o ss in t he league. The team ho pes t o c o me t h r o ugh t h e I92i-28 seas o n un­ de(eated. Tom o rr o w n ight a t 8:15, State T e achers· b a sket ee rs wm h ave t h e ch a nce o f eve n ing a c­ cuu n ts with Caniaius C o llege's give le a d In o u r te a m the C o nfe r ence rac e a nd

str o ng qulntette. Neve r t h e advent of loc a l c o lle_ ge c o mp et i t p ro spects o r victory ove r -c o ntest e n de d with Can­ Jslus at the l o ng e nd o f the a h a r d f o ugh t W�i�;in t :�o� :�'! 1::a�h';!;.; lt ! f o rw ar d p o si t io n s, Wilke r at c e nter, a nd Abate a nd J a ckson g u a r d I ng Stat e 's b a skets. Gen or , Sh ar r o w, C a ru a na an d May will a ls o he o n ha n d to 1111 a n y vacancies i n the l l neup. St a te pl a yers will m a ke e very eff' o rt to win this c o ntes t . The stude n t b o dy's p ar t will be t o attend th e game an d t o CHEER T h e c o nt e st will be st a ged at Elmw ood Music Hall. A tax o f fifty cents wlll be charge d fo r admissi o n. G a me will be fol­ R e fere e s: Schmidlin an d since o ur ach oo ! I n to i o n have Ca n .sius e arlie r seetn e d b r ighte r . An

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and th tlnu e d tion. Comin o f his a kuchi sai that Japan's great problem today Is that o f o v e r-­ p o p u lation. He q u oted st a show that Japan p os o ly nee was sending h e ria a n not malicl ou Untl e d Stit e he said, b e caus e g th e In cl os for better und e measure o f t o t�at fair ml n ld bri n f r i e n d l i n Japan e s e wh o e d e d m o slv c o u th e n re with her o ing, the s w ou r e -.: e r 11 eo s I n leranc e g on th e w e uld b e se o f o th e th e nd th e o al" to th o e and whe n uld e xt e w o q u mp e e ss whe n ro o ple t o ti n Ma n d China. Japa n was g with ch u ria, g and a h o p e d rica n s tim e of "th o s e d as r a sk e d sh e p e ak e rstandi n .H e de:l Am e l e treat e r nati on United States rights o s, A. i.. I. lnlUates Nlae The Initiation'Banquet o f th e Art Kraft Klub WU held atH o tel Lenox o n F e bruary 16. Dinn e r was s e rved at 6:30; the table d e c o rati on s w e r e pi n k r o s e s. each o n e o f which was join e d with whit e ribbon to the place card. Afte.r tbe dinn e r. Alice Ericks o n, preeld e nt or the cl u b. w e lc o med th e n e

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··Les Aruls de la Franc e g this y e ar � o rsity st u d e nts o r B u and vicinity thre e S8ays writt e F,rench. 1-�1rst prlze--Larg e $20.00 c a sh. .Second priz e - Sn1all m e and $15.00 cash. Thlf11.prlze--Small m e dal. bject ls: L'Educatl on ise et Amerlcan e " ar e the ffal o n In again o Univ e tt e ri n 11rlzes for n1edal and th e thr ee b e s t · e dal s u e gth la limit e r e than 1500 "'-ordB. ! Th e e ssays ar e t o ti e aid e of'paper. Each·comp e tit o r Is t o his essay t o the Fr en r at his sch oo which will en abl e th e rk, May 1,1928. Every essay la to b e with a no m-d e -pl u m e real nam e and adl'I.Nlse o f Its writer la to accompany the e ssay In a s e al e d e n v e l o p e b e nom-de-plum e . f the winners will aultat.s. l en d t o no typ e t d o n o n e hand e ss o l at a date Soci e ty the judgCfl In N e w to se n Y o d It t o sig ne and the. d e n a ' Th e Franc a Th e m o

y e ars," he staled, '"there has b ee n a u niv e rsal craving for e xcitem en t; s o m e of o u r alannlsts and e xpl o it e r;; hnv e s pread ne ws or Immin e nt co n Hlct between Am e rica and' Jap a n." D o c t o r Mlnakuchl th e n polnt e :l o Ut th a t th e fears o f th e se alarmists wer e 'bas e d o n a struct u re of mls u nd e rstaudll)g. In the days wh e n Japan's d oo rs w e r e b e i n g o p e n e d t o th e w o rld, Jaoan r ou nd her gre a t­ e st fri e nd In Am e rica which was r e pr e s en ted by gr e at h o n­ e st m e n Uke Tow n s en dHarris. The Unit e d Stat e s, th e sp e ak e r d e clared, had n o ult e rior m o tiv e s In dealing with Japan, and J a pan lik e wis e had no s e e rest In her wars with China and Ruseta. Th e first br e ak was caus e d, said h e . "by a mls u nd e rst a f Japan's s e eming Imp e r· Manchuria and tal Asia." Th e e

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that. alth o ugh Dr. Mlnakucbl did g e t his s e c on d· pap e rs, it did no t matter. si n ce "Jap a nese law d oe s n ot peymlt h e cit�ns o f a w." Th e n act was no t discriminatory, Professor . DeMond m e try, a nYb o e xcl u si o

Dr. Rockwell Reads PaJter Dr. R o ckw e ll on M on day, F e bruary 13,r e ad a paper, '""roe Cr a dle o f Our R e ligi o n." bef o re th e Literary Clinic.

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cause It was­ t th e . H e added that w m o re d o mi­ d by had e v e r b een nt war poealbllltle6, he st t e d that th e 1 ry remote, alace ochance Of pite all'the aatka n e n o xpl o it e d ab o

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