TheRecord_Volume19_1929-1930

The Record SUNY Buffalo State Student Newspaper

Volume 19

September 1929- June 1930

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TH . E RECORD U � - S S L ' �7� S7A7� :_){!, 1 : F.ri�Y, Sept. 27 State Teac}iers C.OUege at Buffalo C O LU : .:: <'r !U- of e x tcn,ion w o r k t.o b

HOLD MEETING

Teacher Training t Institutions To Confer Soon

BUFFALO REPRESENTED

Discussion of School Organb.ation Problems Scheduled at . Lake Placid · The Conferenc e ofNo r mal &hoot. and Teach e ra'Colltg e a w ill take pl a ce at LakaPl a cid onFrld1y andS a e ptcmb

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: • ��;11� 0 :; ' chcn College. �i,'! s �.�b 1 f; �; - a d , Minnesota, for eight ritic in t h e ool,111eoee d sMiss Thomas se. Miu om hold1 " te Colleg e and ch er has h ad e �perience in lifornia. na repla c es M r . Morrie e he Machine S h op. h.. be e n adva n c ed to a Vocational E du cation. of thb, hu ha d k,kill HighSchool. Practiee School. Mr. ::��ofJ:: ;�� i�: te an d Te a "";t ;�:�T:�h:r:•;.,�l e ��?e':t!�:;�: :�l!r�� ��� n !or Satur d ay 111 Moorh e ergradu a tu pro- ye a n.. uion to tak e ir r e gular Pr a program. This perrniQion it also for this semcater. MiuM a y An d er- :;,';��d b y theStuden t Prog r am Com- :�ti�!ti!!�°f� :!ii:/: d ��!:h o �r'!:: Th e Satu r day co u n.H fo r this ae- critic in �lioa Gov e r'• plac e . mea t er h a ve b een conziderably aug- Roth E. Gill i5 perman e ntly r jecta ara of- pladng Miso Coob oa he ad of th e amely, Art Principl e a i n ln- Puctiot Ho u byMr. B.S. from OregonSt a niution, Pr e pa r a t ion an M. A. from T ea ction -0f School Pu b liea- lombia. Sh e . Messner; Enjoyment o! Foo d s nnd Clothing in C a y Dr. Da n iels; -T he Com- JohnFo n t a ity RO aF ac to r ! n Education, by u ina tr uctor in t Mr. Clement; an d Elem e ntarySchool M r . Morr ice minitotr a t i on, byM r . McCl u re. The n e w poii t lon i n lattcrcour.e ls c spiec i all.ynlu a ble for Mr. Fontana 11 11 gni du at e hosewho hop e to b e achool pr i n- ini t itotion,clas1 of '27. an d d1,al1 al aome tlm e In th e ir t d ucs- e xpuiencc inP ee l car..,,r. M r .McClur e , one of Carl Kumpf take. Miu G r ov e ' • our new !acui t y members, 11 par- pla� in t h e ::i�::::: ti :: �::r: 1i;� d 1t to all amatl! u r ���'toc�:i!!:r���:t:n� ar a a ; e !��t �t�1� n:��: &,�:�1:· A, Vail has t a1t t he work a �::o� e p��r!�7!:.\au room � o :,r�:1i�.:°;. s�)'f:J·t� o i7�!�rs�� very- �!ri:� • rn ! a te� d }�:'s n e� h�;�\eh!� ,. a wide lleld an d wu head of theS c i e nc e Depart- y In the . iriJoym e nt ofPoetry. m e nt InFriend's Aca de my,New York niel• intend.I tG dlac1111 the art City, for !O u r y e an.. He haa had h ancient an d m

ring. Prof fielda we. . .,ash>d to join the club or organization w bid, •ponoored that activitY. Among tho1e organization• reprennwd bya�aken wHe:Publications, Gle e Cluhs, Or<:hutra, CurN!nt Eve n h Club, Art Kraf t Kl ub ,Y. W. C. A.. French Club, DebatingSociety,N.R. A., DramaticSodcty, Rl d inscClubond Athl e tic Anooi a tion. , • . • , . , • • • , • , ,·•• • • • • :: e ��� c � 0 :; r ditional Satur d Cooperation Urged by . Student__2!:ganizations The Asaemhly on rriday n,orning waa given over to n!pnsentatives of the 1t1>dent organizations under the din!etion oftheSocial Progmm Commi t t e e a n d the Stud e nt Auembly Committe e . Theapeaken urged the cool)(!ration of t h e st ud e n t body in makl. ng t h e extra curricular aclivitie. of the college a auc.,..H. The aim• and future plans of the oritnniutions were bricRy uplaine d . Thoxintcr011ted in ape c ial !; charge w ill b co u rMO,tokcn b vl d i n g t1, e y1ec11r e • u c h work a en le d . Fiv e n e fcrc d , n du• t ry •n d th e Bradley: Org a d Pro du tioM. by D r r ��:r d2:��� o Po e A d tion a try, b mo n all t �;;���n :g�::\it��: t R 1�·R:t:Ci�\�;::i� 1 f;i; cip�� !� d Fl"ffhman CaPll on Bale The Hteutl will lln d ahman caps will be on aale be- tOr atu d ginning at noon tod&¥ In the hue- Dr. D a nt. Th e price 11 one. dollar, AU of p�ry bo t ftrat year mi!n must w e ar aFreshman cap11nt\l aftcr Octob er l8. \ l!�:1v� 0 co r ��� a �;:. d d e at1V11 _ d e Mar t ;:ter� n :f!l��: e history. Fr e m e in T ;r�=�t: e d, l e f t We d n e s da fn�: b ��a�u:t e h e ���::r of The ·�:;�:• l :.,:::;�:� 11 y, Septem b er ihoul d be of l n t ere :h�l ': i P H:�: !��·::�!:�� t e�� :: n ! u .,';.,� ::r:: :;� Reco r t:�: 0

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T H E Slam• Sigma Slama Z e tachapterof Sigma SlgmaSigma �:: i ?t �:r� 1 ��':�t.":�"t::.i:t; W e 1p, ll-1 Woodward Avenue, on ::�; • YA1::�� \ "!tt e !:J'7�� sp�:�';i.. ch pl'1!c ede d th e meeti n g. R e Sal\ta F e Conv en t i on w e r e t, a Miss Dorothy Garl"l'tt waa e l e ct ed cy ca.os ed by ruigil'&t i on of Harriet Wi� e gar t e kom e r­ wh i of th e world give n a di sc u ss ed s nd pla n a fo r th e fu t ur e w e . armless tr ea r . th e s u rer t o vaca n y af

NEW CIRCUS TROUPE l'un u tt, Clo,.. n 1 and Fr e nuta, popcom, a nd c a cry o f th e awhichtookpluc e T ue a da ptemb e r 17, 1929, t o w e Fr e shman. Th e fint f ea t u r e o f th e ws which i n cl uded s freaks; a t e n foo t rf, a b ea rd e d wom an , a n d ma n y oth e "P ea f a v o rit e ah o

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lllBettq pt- fon 8.T.C...U.. Abo the Janltor'1 name. Lorlah'-Eat. drlnk. alld be �. The .tore on the coniar. Miu Hurd:,--..,,,_ Thundfffq Burd" -Nnft' -.d- Soclal Centar-Glrll' NIDdanaaL .Bo-,. f"i "fY O'llt o l placa .._ the, e nter hen. MinHouc k -TheReciltrv-81Mi Ito 1 \ gn commutationb1lnb. S o phomo..-.ThoM polH4. � cated penom .,bo eoldJJ' appn!M you Fiuh and try to impNN you with th e ir Im� ug.,ny" GIiman-Milt Gna' intmt prodlltY, Th e She!f-Whel'I the Froah an lc­ no ml n lously stolffd a.wa:, dmta,r '\allembly to •ee If they haft wW pcrw e r e no11gh to refratn from throwi n g papttwad8 at t.he. npper-, claasm e n below. Fr o m Ute Power Qty Th e contingent of Freshmen fNm the m e tropoll• o f Nlapn Falhl hae he e n th e aout'il e of much amuaameat a n .! nity. to the Upper Claumen. Tw o of them, on the 11.-.t da:, of sch o ol, board e d th e wrong train, than wal ke d t he d iatanc e a nge Street statio n to t he Collea-e; an oth e r, watching one of lier frlenda r e l'(ister, 1lgned th e same name aa her friend, th e n proteated •ben 1U1. hl- 1truct o r called h e r by that name; an oth e r, a nd one whe •hould haft kno wn better, 1ttempted to retrlatff · with a section o th e r than the, one to ""'l which sh e had been aaalgud; o ne o f th e ea rne.t fresbmen hae baan a tt e mpti n g to alleviate a difl.'noel<, contract e d whil e taking the Aptitude T e sts In t h e Aa&embly, 'With vlcoro1ia applicati o n o f Sloan'• Liniment. S o roti�HeW. The bi e nnial n a tion a l co n ...tlon o f Alpha Sigma T au S o r o rity co n ftned i n B u ff a lo, a t Hot e l Statl e r. Au1n1st 27. 28 and 29. Ab o ut o ne hundred de ltJ: ate s o f th e v a rious chapt e ra m e t a t th e se'SliOM of th e co n �-e n tion. AuM:Ust 27; th e del e gat e s w e N1 e e 1ight-s ee ing to u gnra Falls a nd vici n ity, with di n r at th e G ene ral Brock Hotel at Falls, Ontario. A · banqu e t a t l Statl e r on Th u rsday, August Ollowed th e d ay's progn.m. On lut day of th e . co n v e ntion, th e Sigma Al u m n ae Chapt e r of B u ll'alo gates at the Y. W. C. A. on North Street. The pr e riow, National C

efi TRAVEL TALKS GIVEN lastr u etOn1 Tell S111d en E1p e ri en ct1 ln Euro� At t , h e AH e mbly T u e.d a y, S e e r 17, M i u Da na an d M i •• Go o apok e o f .their h:avels in Europ e veled w i th Or. R eed u obHrv in g th e Europe an d n ergarte n J'.r i the Nursery Sch o They vis i ted schools in n e a rly all of the countr ie s of E u rope,; Mi•• D an a mni school. I n E n ry ·school ia p a r e taught. . Miss G o osse n w en t to Eur o the Orama Le a gu e o f Am e he theatre from ba ckst a t of th e f t Body of s11en u . M i m a D ana tr a t a mbi a lo n s Ki nd o f li n es a n d p a rt i cul a r of h e r mor n gla nd d e N u syst e t h e .,.,.. t i n rs e rt of th e whkh the chi!Jrc n ootlighb. They vis i try wher e tc d in . In Franc e rt Theatre o f South e r n Fra n perf o rma n Avig n o n . c i m, an d i n st u m, a p e rica. They g e fro n th e t i Anto ine th e y w e a t the Amph i th e we n atre at Avo n nto t he C ou tt,, an d i n r e i ry ol. int the ty of wj_th a n d they :Mllrie ce ce

I CONTRIBU!ORS' COLUMN I Defen.., of Snobbery Just wh at is a snob! We b 1ter d n n one th u s: "O ne who plac e s R ls e an d v u lg a r overest i mate o n , Rnd fashionabh g, Mp<'<'i a l!y such a one wh o l or o u tward a tt i teri a i n l poss e ss i fies h i tow a r d fa n, a st and mod i u de o n t a rso n lth, st a pp ea o go od ol most min d , m en s p e a ed, a t lack of them.'' O n ry 1o d efi n n g qu a ludi n g to n reutl on to the "B e a s n Pro fe uor Rog e stit u te ol Te<:h n irat e object i on, i n g tumc d thi n _r, tl< e s e their ow n se n Ther1e they f e d o n of their a l t ru i sm a n ism. Br i efly ,pea.ki n bli nd •. word " "s n tag-it c o nn o b e o ne lity, wholly u i n Th e s o ti on r m a , e first thought 1 n r1 to b e a. da ndc1irabl e . That w a s a t ob" philo s ology---an imm ed i a some i n s t a n u"ly (r o persons shut �hems e se of righteo u s n the delic i ou1 se n d hum ani tari an g, they drew the oh" of ibis " cll en s l a only __ bec au re ot u l9. oe ck of n'a attitu de ly wh en the a v e rag e perso n h a s a ft a sh of which he wa,, the !J�::.������ re to r e ob ls d ubbed it is, i n "'ls.'' Now we reeding; w e obbi1m i n are s eein g n n pplic a t i r purpose we l"ust 1nob's 1>enpe•tlve, we employ th e term discr i m i na- s n d n ll- b n n p e A n ne tio n do e as ed i m i the �la n do n are n tty a defe nd i n d, a in c e as a n a ot d e . Th e r e s n . S n lio n ot de o b ; to th e g, "high-hatt e fe n d blatant i ali n ntagoni1m,; w e g it i e e f or o u rily h a ve'. th e

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rm qk ed , '"H e ne ,· e t stays i n one plac e ." d- i t was-- A Freshm a n. Up-to-Date IDlllrudor H a ve yo u h e ar d a bo u t t h e m e ity, who, ! n th e as of h e r admonlahinp, tol d ss to "F i \J th ei r air with lungs"? g .Miu Dana's tal k wish to w a m · a ll Fac u lty m e a nstgoi n g to R u ui-(they might n ot ret u m). Gloa111ry for the Lowly Froah Browsing Com e l'-�r right-hand, so u thw e st com e r ol libraey. Whel'I to sp end that r are thlng, a n ldle ho u r. De an Reed--Champion and protector of Fffshm e n. Sh e Hya we m.a;y alap y0 u r wri,ta, but she thin� e v e n th a t may be loo ron&"b. E dd ie & Hatch-Th e scbool'a onlJ 11.� grad e r,i not in the l'ractlc. School. , Ev e rybody happy-Very U'ODic ,:e- mar k of Miss Chapman.. Expand the Oiaphrlp,-Somlthlna no on e hq yet bee n able to do fon Miss Gooe.s e n. Falry-danclng-A nice, pleuantprospect fo r Freshman boJ'&, Fnp11n for ridicul e , all ye wbo enter-hel'I. Freshm a n Week-You'll know all about thla bel o re loq. Georr-G,W.'s statu e , the traditional � 's • L o A Sophomor e Walk in lt Mmcth in -H e stoop ed And f o un w D o g down th e g o n to acr a wn on St u c k Up,; oth e h a p e ll, th e his h ee it ofr; r d ay, F e l. mb e eam"'lt• h e r mben r o f n e cl a th e �· a c u A f t e r h ea ri n , we ga i

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AUiUSt 9 m a . W e ature, worthy o f aumm e tten t o p a ss o n When th e composi te trai n i n g lnatitu t io n i n teni,i/ied. How much mor e t h e mta who h ea r d Dr. Wqhbum e only a r ead ing r efe l'1!iic e l E n tacta r a th e r th an pri n ted on e s. r i1 alo o n eventa provi de d. W e f ou n d t h e vi1 i e, and fee l th a t th e y might be i e ntiNI school y ea r. Tha d i nn er. d rk e lwaya b e d th

g o f ou d for th e a d du ri n m for bri n ucatio na Wi n n e cture a thusiqm for ed oteworthy b e ta to v a ncl u d ed anc e very spri n ts w en sul a r, s u gg e Summ e r S e composit e t ed l e rio u at u v e de n r e

r thirtee n c a d e m i co u il: th e r e gi n ts their vast e a �rma nen ! th e or ie tka Pla n bo u uc a tio n

th Summ e c an d , o ci a ne. as a ne r s e g tog e th e x�ri en t pl a e e a and m ean t it th a . is a ro u cause o f th e a fa ctori e rt of th e Co n th e r, th e ssion might be a g u l a r r eno c e doctrl ne s to a u n it di d

r S e ! opportu n nion aa w e wne d m en a i n e d u i n e v e ry t e s will be<: o mm e wh en sed by �rso na l ssio n , o ne !ti e o bl e ll a s of ca tion . uh e r m e r school it w a s w y.d i n val ua

nt

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m!�i�;' f mb e ir a n n

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th e r 1pacial

i n t l e stu d co n val u Un de m e a c on en a ion bo d o n

h e ld ea ll Th e q u r th e r e tll sho u Club w i Ro o ll as a t o Me n i n iti a cc e com e Htio n ! d

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M en e or th e lett e bly,who o n fi ni s s :'.'h �::���� : �:� bau n or Sch edu hos e f rom ball, to Ig n or e . Buai n sly b a ll. mph to crow d M • na st hio · T ea m. rely e d e tely ftl e a worl d scio u l e co n gai n

st uden

ts who wishto a foll o wing pos i tio n r of a ppl i c a r th a n T ue � a t e

pplyfor s m u st tion with Mr. y, S e pt. l'-VaraityBask e nity B a ak e l.- rve B..k e tb a ll r - V a

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mm e i nner m en a u t. W e fit. NOTICE y a m a ppr o

tr i s of gr e sistory riv a Summ e t w e dopt ed ps a nd progr a

s o cial c a l m for th e d th e r S e nio n things which nn an at pr a ct i l e pr e f e r p e

t"ll'h Freshm en marv e l a t the v e rs a tile r c\Q1m en . �ter o f pp e

's GI� Cl u t in ll t a k e pl a m 320. All old m e pt ed n e w m e b l m ee g 'or th e C

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M en ay at mbers mbers are promptly. Any m e n

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rgrad u t with h e great improv e in til en trib u ted to th e tly, with pr o ate d arty a th e al ph o y who wo11l d Publieity work" f r e an tograph e lik e lec:_ ted un r,n,g the first we e a � tion iformly t du :�� e to rem a Ar e lty ad

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r 1es,ion: On thia poi n st th a t m an y of th e I � NOTICE nts pr e • e nti n t commutatiOD tkket, o n tr a l, f or th e 1ig na ? R e gistrar, m u st h a v e th e tely fill ed o ut u to n ,- AU st ude "G ene '.'96, N11'�8 of wh e ral E du un e . In a ll ca11 e s, st uden c at ion a ic ate � 1'1!q ue th e N e t u r e bl an

reste d i i n g thla club pleue make an appointm e nt with M i u Speir, for a tryo u t, a11 soo n a i p o 111ibl e . A w,ll-ro u nd ed program has 'bee n pla nn e d for this y e ar, an d compl e te reo11r&nintio n will start so on . Alpha Sill'•• Alpha. Alpha Sigm a Alpha Sorority hel d its fir,it busi ne ss a nd s u p�r meeting o n Mon d ay, S e pt e mber 16, at the h o me of th e presi d e n t, MIii D o rothy Jl:rv e n of ll29 H un tington Av e n u e. On W ed nesday, S e ptemb e r 11, th e s o rority e ntertai n ed at a s u rp r is e party i n ho n or of Miu Do r is B u rt.on, who left S e ptemb e r 11 for Springfi e ld, Mu!!&Ch u s e tta, wher e 1he will t ea ch j u nior hlgh school s u bJe<:ta Rt th e McD u ll'y �hool f o r Girl•. · n joi n

as of th e

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k of October. At I Voc a officen w i ll a lso M

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Fa ve r<>turned tio n ,,_ It h 0tt11pied his •\lmmer n ner mMt 111!�to hll i n di- n nc n tile summer Khool1. To be mor e apedllc, the four mtmbel"I th a t 1pent vacation mo n tha i n tnovel abroad wer<> MluDa111, Miu Goonen. Mn. Lans- n d Miu O'Reilley. Three or o :� t �:!:::n':i iH D�:! " �::� n ! n f u ;:. Laiuda�. visiti n g ruhio n desig n en i:, Paria. A !cw traveled t o r pleasur,:; of thia gn,up, four toured Am e rica: e ir diven1illtd vac a 1eem1 tkat ea c n the ma at\11 other. eith e •t• �. r t.aurht o r studi<>d i dale a i�-: o::� :��; t�e i :'( n ; ;� c ulty memben, h a

Miu Clar va c atio holta n d, i her !am, Kemp Several too IC!al on All en studied at Columbi a Iowa Stale, lair. 8NC

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c i•tr.at!o n n &hool Curriculum. Re hu the d

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utor to t o El th ;ti�%:"S a af �.\:::·�::: e Gorham of the S c ie n graduate o l At Fr me t ryS t':

c hool Joum&l a �!= t�! ��=:•:f Mr. ce Dep a rtme n t. o h e Normal d a n c • ��: f t

h ey wen:, Mr:"' Mr.Fretz is a d f �:�f l;!�t��:;1� I !�ffe:i��j;1�:;t:�J;; r�?�i��t f�:�!?��� N o rthern vl1>tot11 were M••• Caudell, Ha n s on wu • te a cber ,n theA1 h land Jn E n glis h at thl• c o llege. He holdll No\'aScot!& a nd Newfoundland, a n d &ho o l o ! Art at Ashla n d, Orego n . the A.B. und A. M.decree. !n,m the Orat o ry, B o sto n . Ht also rec:eived a o .tb11rg Maryla n

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Artutic Paintingand Decorating --·· TEXTURED WALLS J, J. PARKES eo.-or-....iy....., 'hi.Biol...._ A. & W. SEEMANN FIRESTONE TIRES Vulcanizing DEVOE&RAYNOLDSCO. Ma"11]acl11ruComplet•LiH Q,,ality ArlulMol...-iaU Co u rteoU1 SeniC<11 and Rt!i a bl• lnformationCheer(ullyGiven 690 MAIN STREET T,I.T\,-- THE FLOYD RUNNING BEAUTY PARLOR Marcd/i,.11-F'i,.gcr W11vi11g HoirC1.Ui11g n SU'eet.. Tel. Senec a �312 THft'StLL NAB�EIN Exclusive Men's Furnishings and Hats wc.... &�••m• u.roi..N .. Y. THE COLLEGE GIRL

Peoplt's Sboe Repair Shop l!'wo'l.._.., _,...!Mlft'- "-i;..u,,i- 11Y....orJ:>� A NEW LINE OFSHO�S o..-o1,,n...,lhoadC.:...-Ot1tu,s,.. Dr. John M. l'tfcNaUy Dentist 363 Connectlcut St. .i Normal ALDRED'S MIBIC HOUSE M11•ic'!•dM11'7:;"l/uln,me"I• VJOUNS A \ SPECIALTY °"'i..:.:ts:�!ii'1.!',':.��:"'..i. _ .......... , ...... Titp,...:'- IIUMo.lnS1.,Uulfok.lff, HOEFLER'S Fro-Joy Ice Cream Sen·ed Al Staft Teacher, College Hoefler'1 D i l1Uion­ CeneralIce c.,.am Corporotion 294·298Connntie11tStnd •

· THE REG.ORD

Sectional Tournament

To Start October 16 4.5 P. M., Ge n GeMr•t lnduat:r1-I I: Mo n 14, 4-5 P. II., General Col l n d IV. u e to t h e 1hort time avai la the completion of t h e .ched l e th1t �A l l ellml na ud te a dMp from competit i on" wil l h n g for the p a completion of inter-c l an g Var1ity pn1etice wil l begin, Col ege u m, m in\\;� n o ffl� . l esd1y, Octo\,er 9, 4.5 P, M., day,OetolH\r m l ege I and II; ble for le t h e u st be ln lrin&" or t�:1�i a me$

The f<> h � t ll l npe: Tum I, Gener a le� I •nd II(tum 2, General Colle� n d TV; team 8, Ge n eral Ii.du•· i l i rst Year): te a m 4, Ge n er a l hldu•t.ri• l (Seco n d Ye a r); team 5, Genera l l n du1t r lal (S�i•l Stude n ts): te•m 6. One Year Voc.i i o na l Gro u p. Pnctlce is to be held overy Mo n day a nd Wed n e&day i n the gymnp iu followil\jj'datff bei n g �served forth<- a �t o!!";!:�· v�!!f:.:�r ,:::i..!�� :;:�· t�� � k P. P ��. e �::t!.�• n g te•m• will pa.rt i eip•te l Col- Wed n era i n Ill a tr • (F , rv D T m, the I for<:e. e drawi � o•l'i

,State Teachers CA:lllege at Buffalo Frid�y. ocGber 4 19'29

No. S

CORNERSTONELAYING

Frlday,"october 4- · . 4:00. Debate i n 9:00. P i n the Gym. Mondaf, October 7- 4-6. P a Soc:ia l Ce n ter. n day, October 7- 4-8 P. M. On:hutra Party a t Chest nu t Ridge P a r k . n clay, Oetober 7- 4 P . , M. Dramatic C lu b p r e- n r tryouts i n t h e Auditori11m and Gym. Tues,Jay,Octul:cr !'.- Delta Si 11 m• Ell"ilon Con�y a Fre1hrr.•n Seolion VIII i t\ Social C�nter. Wtdnl:!,,.Jny. c�tobcr !:- Cornerstone C a y. • • • , , • , • • , , , • , , , , , , Room 208. Ka�p11Sigm•Da n ce nhellenk metting in • i • • Mo ?>lo • • • • limi a y S 4-8. le. Sect i on VIII P a rty for Cius officers were nom in a y, October I. T h n ts received t h e n d de Year Cl11a - . Pre s i , Elea i ce-Preside t., n Med!icott; Sec�t•ry, Dorothy Ewer,i, n Luer; T�uurcr, Viol a Va i l. n n al a d e n t , nn ipman, A l S C u en Hele Nary Be Soci Progr m r iker; Secretory, E l li ce Lanon, Elu. Proie ll e r ; Clegg, n t, Dorothy Berg11trom, Doro­ Elvira Prlvetera; TTeuurer, Gertnidc Connon, Mary P l i n tative, Muy Heffley, R ut h Hoth, Orcada Sinclalt. ea� c !:::-�e���;·��:�::,; te•m cf the colleae dur i ng the flr11t we..k I n Noveinber. TTeasqrer, Mary 11c:e ne Few, Jn.o i F�ahman Ct..-Pruldent, Dor i � Ho•re, Ev•!hyer, Mary O'Nei l ; Vic<·· P�alde thy Dufry; M•de)• i n1 Fau l k Soc se •I . ated Tue1- e following atu• omin•tiun for n or Peary, Ste l ll\ n M•riorle der Cort i , Eveli n • n tath·t, M•rlon Garry, Arth u r ass-P�side n t, n ea,Jsu.oso n , Dor­ n t,Wi n ifreJ n , R u t h Puls, carlor F]offnc,• Ormsby; So c i al ttee R,_epffsentatlv�. e H•rdY, Edith Secretary, Ada Dean. n er, Regi n • Ku h n •nt, Jane S ull ivan; de e ' ·· ' !'ou h r r Marie Mu got; h Committee H•rr in gto Met,. J11n Elea n or H othy Mar l Allen, Pa u l i ne St Hird,, A Hughes, Wa l d P'rol'ram Comm i Kather i Johnso n . t h V 1i n ger; Rep�le , Mary M c i or Oegttt C l i ckey, Ag ey; Vice-Ptts i Jean Mou l to Officer Nominations

PROGRAM COMPLETED

Problems of Normal Schools ·: · Are Discussed ' DR. EVENDEN SPEAKS ---,,, _ FacultyExec11tive Committee Chosen To Arraog' Program . For� � � Year's Conference The third •nnu•l Conre� n te of h l .•· •nd Te ac hers Col­ leges wu held at the La k e Plac i d l ub on the ,hott1 of M i r r or Lake, Septembe r 21 an d 28. The ge n er•l n i d•r morni n gw11 a dd r e11ed by Dr. Melvil Dewey, one or the un den o! the club. ile , outll n ed th� h istory of t h e in stitutio n wh i ch was rounded 35 yun lllrO by • gro u p or e spot " whe� members h e profepions mig h t recupc r at�. Norma l Sc oo C 1enio Fr f,!' in of t g • suitab l :..'!s� ent of Ed u the · 01wego n d President of the Co n aided at •II the ge n · took place immedl•te l y n n tpeeehea. Seve a u lty members of t h r Teachen .t B u ffa l problem,. in tl>e v1r i fore the ir irroup c o n fereMCI of t h e en were held the 1fte rn oon, the u n eas or the •e ct lo n s o t1ms of norm a l �choola colleges was take n u t Importa thl 1ectlo n q;.cun i ]em.I. Mr. C l eme n t was c this g-NUp. York Univers i d�H, 1peaki!lg' o n F\lnctlo n Teachers Co r k·were g i the dlvltlon, •nd a dllc u u i problema of telec:tl n c her-tn.lnl n g ln1tlt fectlve and the llmlbtlons of ruean:b fol• Baldea Mr, Clement, Dr. · I!•11lel1, Dr. Re)'lloldl, a n d M r , Stee l a!IKl , • had a n · ac t ive pa.rt In t he wo r k of .• th!1 tedlon. ' bl tha evening, theFa c ul ti ea of t bc· ·E:::'::�;;::i t !t; cat_ i •. James G. Riggs, pr i n ci State Norm• l n er•I ae11io o n , gave I n a pal of .Schoo l , ce, pr,,- n 1. dl1euned The i c teach- me. Important the prob- d te•che r o y the e by man o! ch u • d- Dr a fe� a e St.ate Co oU1 1ubjec:ts be- c i fte r of t the ege h ope F c fo l r r a l ll o respective groups. a t the ..me t i r t In ai b n p. PTobab l n t work wu do n Dr. Dearborn of New ty give the main •d· Re1e• r of the Nonn•l School a n ll e(!. Rtporll Gn varlout l'flurch prob1em1 and uperlment.al ven by the members of on of t h e g candidate, for u tlcn1, the ef- n e11 of student government, an mos ng research prob- h r •5 wo tea lo'."ed,

to Be Held in of Main College BuUding Auditorium Participate in at Ban­ quet to Honor Leaders and Guests Ceremonies Alumni-Student 9, hu bttn let •=!! l :: h e cornerstone of tbe m.ai n t�:s��ir .��n!:1:7� t ly 1ixteenyeat1 prevlo1,11,o n r 9, 1913, Mr. Ed..-.rd H. B u t­ n ow deceased, then Pruident of •gera ot the ;:;i:: �,!'; t....nth StremBuf­ ft.lo's Edlleationt.l lutitationa: Riv. Peter ·J. CU.kl\$. J., PNaldalt of C.nlslua Colhre : ., Chanofllor Sama--1 g of t }���� tMtenc Octobe ]er, �°:!!�� i prop eto l h e Loea\ Board or M• n �':;1:::�� of c cor · siottee C o'c ock • o t e itedn advance. eve�i:/ o mbe w owi g wi State and City Officials to Wed n eod1y, Octobe r ��d : h :� e �::..��e:\: n in lay

Conference to Become Permanent Organization Event

G ��:���;i:i 1

!J\!���l Spe<,i•I Student.I; Mo n d a Fairness Demands

y, October 7,

The Normal Sc h n ren n ce l acid voted to conti meeti n g a n d made p l n t orr• S<'lected a n execut i i sting of r,,p�sc n ta,·� comp l of a perma n e n p,oviding the progn.m for neot t Mr. Root i s tho rep�•• n � l �•l� C �,� a �t�::. Co l lege 91 Bu :\ �.,· e.a:::� i � n • �!';' 1 ool and Teac h h l nu h ir nn College Co e e t n d P ne s e s !o ve comm i ete charge of t h t org•n i ...,t a a n intion. To th i s end t cc � h ���· wor to ho e lc��l���ve th'e comm i t t k year. Tbe ir pu �;.,���� c ll of various facult i a n n g 9" h oo l s. i hc able to carry o n construction wor k a t benefi t to t rai or t h e St:ite. T h e i n vrn b;yoncl t h e confi a uae the a cl �ntion arc be i "st by [W!op l ee pla.n.s tr i It i a wh n flue gr,, hrr i m::� �. of the associa ti o n l d several mH t i n r �e i ;�: i � i es of h oped in this ma n CENTIUL COUNCIL MEETS Last )'ear'• MtmMn and Newly Elc"1ed Rtprt$enlat i �.-e S h ould Atte n d On Monday afternoo n 1t 4 o'cloc:l. the first m""ting of t h e Ce n tr a l Coun c il will be h e l d in Room 208. It is import.I n t t h at those who w�r,, dclcg•tes l a� t year attend th i s m.,..t. i n g u we l l as the n ew l y e l ec:ud mcin- 1"n. Dramat i c Ct u b TryoulJI O n Monday, October 7, t h e Dra­ mat ic C l ub w il l h o l d i ts preHmi n ary rau tryo u t. Thoae i n temted a r c ulied to report to the Gym. Ace<1rdi n g to Its new pol i cy, th e d u b wi l l hoid two tryo u ts, o n e In ���! A �o;n!e:.k!h i �·�:.T.��: fu l ly pas, two tryouta; the flnt of these ls on Monday, the ll n lll on the fo ll owi n g Mo n d•y, October 14. The l i st of those app l ic•nls who auecea­ l'ully pa.n the flnit t:ryo ut w i ll be p u bl i shed i n t h e n ext i ss u e of The Re c ord. These st u denbl •re entitled to sppear for t he lmal tryo u ta. The board of Judea for the try­ outs ls not yet 5eleeted. ers at Lake ual r perm•· h ey ttee. con­ tati,·H who are to e p l a nn i n g i on, a n d year. tative or the ff alo i �� 0 :5�: n th ;h: gs duri r r :=. h forw•rd, and n g the ovidefor :&;�; id:�'! h e teachers ner they will very i mportalll ich will be nf n g i n stit u tion_• n ce m•y �ach n e. or the ' Statc s o r ga n i- ng watched with inter· e of othH States. to pu1h t e s to p t i vitie,, of th i

I PM "'"'"" om;,roo Rul� on Tennis f.ourt I ��:::;r;�F t�:��:r�;l!:i: - 1 A� l e, t h e preside n t, outlined a uries Rules for the use of the Te nn is or intere1ting .ocit.l and b\11im:1• Cot:: 1:::1� 0 :::ng tenni1 court ��:���J�f o ��;£z;;,�. r�;� mull "'Ur Nbbe,..J.O l ed 1 h oes wit h out Aigle en�ert•ined the J.Ororit)' at her heels. home in Edtn. 2. The COllrt m u st not be used h ours artel' a rain or when the 1urlace i1 not firm. r1 De-Its T.1,et a T r n a la ha �::�i�}:�;�,J; l w y moN t

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