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Volume 1-4

May 1913- April 1916

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This Little · Machine

Perha.ps it is ·not generally known a.mong t.he out-of, town young men a.nd women, tha.t money may be saved by purchasing a grea.t ma.ny lines of their wea.ring appa.rel. It behooves you therefore not to discount the truth of this advertisement a.s you will thereby throw an opportunity aside. - WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON Dr. Ja.eger's English Woolens, Burberry Water­ proofs, Gent's Gloves, Sweater Coa.ts, Underwear, Hosiery, Sweaters a.nd Jerseys, Men's a.nd Women's Jaeger Bathing Suits (ha.th suits opened June 1st). Shawls, Scarves, Mu1flers, Wool Blankets. Auto or Stea.mer Rugs,. Ca.me! Hair Blankets, Knit Novelties, Men's Flannel Shirts, .etc., etc. HOW MUCH DQ YOl;J SAVE? '. 25 tci 50 % · . It's Worth While. · Ferry Boat now runs evenings. We are open until 9:00 P. M. IT .PAYS TO SHOP ABROAD.

Is a simple maehine which wri _ t . es a wor<,I at a stroke of the finger­ twice as rapid and twice as , easy to·learn as the old hand systems of shorthand. Almost Inconceivable I Almost Impossible I Yet a Reality!

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The keyboard of this little machine··has twenty-two keys, twenty of which may be written at a single stroke. The keys are arranged in pairs, so that- each finger controls two keys. • To see a young girl operate the machine at a ·speed of 250 · words · · pe r minute, without so much as a gfance at - a keyboard or fingers is amazing, but to see a different girl read the notes so written as readily as .print is even more astounding. We are prepared to teach you in Commercial, Shortbancl,-Stenotypy and Typewriting. HURST'S PRIVATE SCHOOL, Brisbane Building, S. G. Hurst, Manager. , .

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, The · Record Published quarterly during the school year by the Buffalo State Normal School Terms: Fifty cents a year; single copies 15 cents. Address all eommunieatiom to THE RECORD, Buffalo State Norma.1 School. • Entered at the Buffalo Postbffice as Becond class matter. Vot:1. BUFFALO, N. Y., MAY, 1913. No.1.

Spauldjs.g & Spaulding ANTHRACITE _ COAL B ITUMINOUS SC _ RANTON :: PITTSTON :: LACKAWANNA

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Office: 22Z White Building

Editor-in-Chief-Agnes B. Reimann. Literary Editor-Lucy K. Clark. Assistant-Alice McKay. .Art Editor-Amanda K. Englund. .Assistants-Marie Stafford, William Walsh.

Reporters-B e r t h a Chase (H. A.), Gladys Estabrook (Kindergarten), Ray Fisher (Voc'ational). Athleties-Miachael J. Maher. Alumni-Vincent C&rberry. Business Manager-John A. Livingston. Assistans--:-Harold L. Alexander, Elmer Barrett, Rosemary Bill, Joseph Cos· tel10, Olive Gedeohn.

News Editor-James Farrell. Assistants--School News,

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Editorial The year 1913 ,�itnesSes an. important event in the fiist appearance of the Record. The purpose of The Record is twofold: First-To encourage literary activity among the students arld to maintain high standard of literary excellence; Second-To fuinish the friends of the school with a means of keeping in touch with its various interests. Noi;mal school students are too busy to do much literary w6rk. This explains why we helve more school notes than literary work. We are especially proud of that which has been done. As this is the first issue of our paper, the Editors have had unusual proolems to solve and difficulties to overcome. We appreciate the sup­ port which the school has given us and feel assured that each succet'lling issue of The Record will outshine_ the one before it. We look forward to a time near in the.future when The Record will be ranked among the best school chronicles of the state.

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TOTHE FIRST ROl)IN.

PRIZE POEM

I hea_ rd you sing above the smoky roofs, Abov.e the weary ain of city streets. And straight my thoughts flew back a span of years. I was a child again and heard you sing Atilt the budding maple-tops of home Against the sunset in the thin, chill air. . I felt the gladness of your song and longed To see the world _ you saw in golden light, "Perhaps a high career awaits me thfre." 0 Robin, if like you I may have cheered Sonie fellow trav'ler on the road of life It were of greater worth than mere renown.

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ELSIE EVELYN JOHNSON

A STUDY . OF THE IMAGERY AND SOUNDS IN

"'rHE DIVINE COMEDY"

IN MEMORIAM

While the whole composition itself is a miracle of imagery, within it are numerous distinct and vivid · pictures. Notice how masterly they ar.e executed! A word here and a word there, and we accompany the unhappy poet on his journey of dole. With him we lose our way in the rough, thorny forest. We see the train. of the selfish pass by; we see grim Charon, and shrink from his flaming eyes. We ·cross gloomy Sty x , aµd - a burst . of crimson light reveals the Infernal Regions to our horrified gaze. Afar off in green enameled meadows dwell forever the pagan poets. �ow, we enter semi-darkness and storm, while all about are the aullen marshes of the dread stream. We have reached the vermillion-hued city of Dis, guarded by bloody furies, begirt with hydras. We cross the ma-

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14 THE KECORI) fll>ll!HWlgof a pool and fountain. )Ii"" Ba,,on, William /!tgiin and llrs. 1.'r.alter P. Cooke participated in the di..,u"!rion, thi; Alumni deriding to �we work with the following cQr n roHtee to wbieh additions ..-ill i,e made: Yrs. Walter ' p _ Cooke, chairman; lll'!I. Carl K_Fri£dman, 1'!iJ:s.Ge<>rge K .Staples, lirs. Charles J. -Xorth, J(r,.,Pmltriek W. Kai&ll. Frank B. Steele, Mrs. Charles Arthur Spaulding, lbs. Harrey C. Bro� Mrs. Allan I. Holloway, llrs. R J. Kiepe, llrs. JI: J_ Kinsella, _ J.fua. &,o rg e W. Chase, Mrs. Henry Ernest llontgomery. At tihe conc-Jssion of'the program flags in the ..,hool ...tor. ,·ellow,"' """"" ;,resentM to representatives of the {,'Jass of 1S73 pre;eot, llrs. Om-= Jenkins. Mrs. L. V. Oberist and l!iss Roee .\nn1>1Jm.. With -._ Upton they proceeded tlrrough the assembly roomand.-ere sere=d�d.bemg joined by the January class of 191-landthen by the June "'1ass m 1!913 f�r whom there was another song. .A.ftenr.mls s,hool • ':So:Il:::,"'-5 �ene 'SUDg � Y the Jllne and January ela.ss€:s.. , :M.s. E. J. li.iepe, l{rs. G. W. Chase. )lrs. H. P, l l oncll llrs.Han-ey .!L. !Er-o=i. - � ks. Edward J. Barcalo and lliss)Luy Fo..i.-r-hzd charge o:i" ttibe :SJ.1: taMes. at whie�l the follo,,iag presided: )IJS.. £rm:ist lfont.gomm:,, M,rs. Charles A. Spaulding. llrs. J. E. Kellu. JI= Olinr A.' J.e.nliins. Mirs. · w�dte r Cooke. Jlrs. George Kelley. lbs.. Bm1> .:timsno ug, Farrar, Mrs. George · Stocker. 11· Ro;e� ·llrs. Lo"Ul3e \VttJJer Beamis, )frs. F_'r3neis Hassey. Jhs.. C'�K. Ft:'Rdman, Jlirs..M:. J. filnsella, Miss :.U�y Churehill. 1fis;; Caro!me, · � Har�61 iRn11ler. Mrs. Frederick J. Rogers. of Palo Mu,. Cd..lhs.A.llan _B. W'illiams, ,of ()J6"n. Mrs. D•ni�I Upton. :\[rs. CurlesP8llo.."1. 'i'iio a.ssist,,nts were: jfrs. Clrnrlotle :\fooobim K� < ""- ,.r,,.ll.isses .Hll,,Oen J.foaa, f'a,iliuc B•ird, Lina Fowle.r. :.Uyr,a )!;o.,� lloniea 0>-lci'll. p,.,,.rJ .Brid1,11b.,ker. Ploren,•e Feit�"·""'-,·· lib�- .Juliette 1Dnti!I.. J.mdred D•vis, Roso K,1plm1. Ali"" 1': i ng .�F..n:.. Jeanene .IFtro,,.ndl;r, !Be.r11l1• Mcl)e,rmott- l{uth 0.llah•n. T-he<:, (':,.m.;Ml&,-..,. Grod,ii n;iku_ !�one S1,ory, '.lbry W. Grsl,am, Al1110. K li>m. .Ro· W .Julia Clmncm.. \"'1()1<-t lf'e01nnt�ll, Rnnn:'\ t):wl� Lll � )I�- Hmricne :S,,,-.a.D'h. E<-o'\yn Sl,h•.efor, Ehio Hsff•. ru..,,� M,�,._ l l au:r- Fo..-kr. ti:,,,.,,,, s-.,,,J,y, ()lh-,,, Quinn. Eli1.llh,,1.h \\'•lier. ('.ltior!<,,,a e.-. ::;ella O'�l)r. �"'ll. .l).,hn, l'-ahl,, Gi'.\sr. ,-\,l• Kilil"1',· (l,,Mli' lhnls. :!.Hlill'\'110.1\. �� l. (:;,u.,,i_ 1!.&;!,orine .. �- ilM,1ih }.I'""°, ) 11�1,u t'h�..-. \1Iiw '1\\.,,-�....-. A�� OC"'9ttr. :&li1h n.., , m, " " · Q,,,.(,l' U " h""'' • Vl,1�1 Hurles.. l\\li1 l l 'flt< - � -,.�n. l,ros .,1'lm""1"1'1. Pl,""'�"'' Men-1os. O�l'll'll

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SCHOOL NOTES. Miss Chase·and the firs{ semester psychology class entertained mem­ bers of the second semester class and the faculty Thursday" afternoon, )."ebruary 20th, in the- Assembly Hall. Many experiments were per­ formed, much to the amusement of the tRSSembled company. . Dean R. Hill,- who came to the Stn; te Normal School as secretary to Mr. UJ}ton, in August, 1909, resigned his" position to enter the law office of Hoyt & Spratt in February. Appreciation of Mr. Hill's work was expressed by· Mr. Upton and the faculty at a luncheon in tho Houaehold Arts dining room on Wedntsday, February 19, when Mr. Hill was pre- sented with a gold watch. · "The assembly period has been made most interesting this year through many instructive lectures. Among those who spoke were: Mr. Henry N. Howland _of the Buff alo Society of Natural Sciences; Mr. Jacobs, Supervisor of Art Instruction in Buffalo; Mr. Upton, l\ir. Meads and Mr. · Briggs. The registration this year is the largest in the history of the school, there being 457 students. The stud. ents enjoyed the exercises given by the first, secop.d and fifth grades of the Practice School in the Chapel, illustrating different phases of the work carried on. 1\fr. Henry Lawrence Southwick, President of the Emerson College of Oratory, entertained the students and their friends Thurr;day evening, Janua1·y 6th, with a delightful reading from ''The Rivals.'' · At present tl1e - students are looking forward - to the . elocutionary contest which has been instituted by President E. H� Butler, who has offered .$100 for prizes. This is to be divided among the winners ac­ cording to the best judgment of the faculty. Eleven, who have been selected at t4e preliminary contests �re now :vorking for the final unde[. the direction of Miss Keeler. 1\fiss Sager is to be congratulated upon the success of .the concert given under h'er direetion by the �ormal Chorus o °: Thursday evening, April 17. Mrs. NeCollins of New York was the solmst. , The offi.ers of the present senior class are: President, Russell N. Keppel; Vice-President, Gertrude B. Stoesser; Secretary, John J. Mc­ Carthy; Treasurer, 'Rosemary Bill. ......-rhe members of the Junior class have elected as their President Thomas J. McDonnell. : Mr. Lorado Tafl't, a sculptor, gave an illustrated lecture on some tendencies of Modem Sculpture, Monday evening, April 21st.

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_TH .E . RECOR 0 ' ,,. THE PSALM OF THE N O T E BOOK. Tel1 me' not ,in joyful ca"dence Notebooks .rre the sttidenls dream, They the upward roads to kno\Vle� Stony paths to us they SCem. Mi�night oil is . oft.kept burning . � .. When fond families are a_sleep, 4ncl in.dusky attic corners· Rats and miCe begi� to creep... Still the pen keeps scratching, scratching, As the notebook leaves oft turn, Writing down the mystic symbols Which we can't, but ought to learn. Strikes the witching hour of midnight, . And \Vith sigh and nod of head Though the _ noJes are unconmleted Yet we hie us to our bed. Tossing, turning, sleep dud . es us, · Visions flt before our minds­ Irish stew and picric acid, Crochet stitches of all kinds. Ranks of teachCrs file b.ifore us, Clutching ruthless crayons blue, WhO shall trace in fiendish pleasure · Hopeless 3 or · -2: · · \ Maidens - wrestling -with their shirt�waists, Labratory scratch and burn, Puzzling o'er the Babcock Test� And bow many times to turn. How tO tell the veal from muttoll, Is it lamb or is it pig? Lusty efforts to be -graceful In that lilting Irish jig. Da)Vn at last-alarm clocks tinkle, . "Sleep that knits the sleeve of care" Swift departs and leaves us tired� Than when first we laia us tpere. Dreams are to the poets, fancles, Youth's delight, solace of cares, But to us who �eep six no,tebooks Dreams are naught else: but nigbmll!ftS.

l In February, the Red Cross Society presented a typewrit'er to the School of Practice as the school ranked second of the schools of the city in the �ale of the C�ristmas stamp's. The first prize for the school was awarded to Joseph Graham of the sixth grade and the S!3CO.Jl:d .. to William � Meisherger of the fifth grade. · Wednesday afternoon, April 2, all the . ambitious membe)'s of the . · bqtany classes of �e ninth grade visited the South Park Botanical Gardens under ihe supervision of Misses Schelbach and Eastland. · Through the kindness and help of Professor Batt, the pUpils were able to i:eceive an inexhaustable quantity of information. The curiosity of most of the pupils was satisfied when they ·assimilated such ;names a& Asplenium filixAamina - and Phyllsr.8.ct:!JS ackermanni. - The next excursion,·which will be to the fields. i: will soon occur · and any one wishing to �ain or add to his stock of botanical knowledg� the School of Practice hav. e given exercises in the Chapel-illU.Strating the various lines of work carried Oh ' there. The following program has been given: First Grade-Poem and Song Study. Second Grade-Morning Exe'rcises. ._.Fifth- Grade-Dramatization of a storjr. The pupils . of the sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth grade will hav.e 1 charge of the Peace . Day program. ' · ·

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SCHOOL OF PR.A:CTICE. The ninth garde eiected the following officers for the year 1913:

President-Frederick -Truscott, Jr. Vice Pl"esident-Eleanor McMullen. Secretary-Florence Graves..

Treasurer-Robert Rowe. Historian-Rut)i McC�ive. Prophet-Edith Douglas. The c!ass colors cho�en were · re� and . white ; the flower, the red rose.. The � otto o� the class is, "Do right �ear no o � e. '.'

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• . . BA$EBALL. ,. The baseball 9utlook is very promising and the prospect of a winniDa team is encouraging. Last year lack of material .:c made baseball a ilec- /\ -0ndary · . spoi-t, but with a large increase of students gl' � t things are ex... pected on the diamond. The veterans from last year will make a 11,ucleua �or a winning teafu. Russ Keppel will again be the meinst.ay � the pitcli.er's box·and if backed by a fighting !""Ill will aurely repeat hissen­ sational w6rk of last season. Bolander will be back at the first station and Farrell will take care of the short :field. Art McDonnell. will covert around the red light station and the outfield will be taken care of by Tom McDonnell, Mike Maher and Jack Livingston. · Among those missing are Smith, Kranz, Blowers and Gannon. The new material includes Collins, Symth, Alexander, Walsh, Bar. rett Ast, Costello and Swannie: Allthese men are experienced,and will :fill "the vacant place or replace some of the - veterans. Pra_ctice ' is being held at the Front and the · fellows al'e ali OJ?timistic _ as !o . the outlook. Michael Miih€r - was - electid-m8nager and is noW busily engaged in .arranging tQ.e schedule. Games will be secured with the high school of the nearby towns as well as the local sch?ols. TRACK. This will be the fust year that Normal has ever attempted anything -0n thi:r track. But as the material on hand ;is good, We can rest as.sured�. . .... tha:t the school w:ijl be well represented : ; A manager and · cai>fa'in will be chosen · later . and invitations have been received to compete in several Western New York meets as well as the Princeton meet. Among the men who will _;epresent Normal on the cinder-path are many former high school stars. Carberry, a former Lafayette star; Keppel, Livingston and Alexander,. who wore the.colol'S of Central on the track as :w en as in all other sport.a; Ostertag, who hails from Laf�r.ette au� Archi � Bur. rell who received his training at Technical. With such bright p rospect,, .as ihese, Old Normal ought surely to hold her place among � e other schools on the - track this season. The offiers of the Athletic As;!oeiation amiounc� the ann118l spring · <1anee to be.held in the school assembly hall on the evening of Friday, May 16, 1913. .. .·. . .• �::t:! id �� i ::::::: ::: : : : ::::: ��J' Livin!¢,>n . �t::�-��::.·.·.·.·.·.·. ·.· �: ·.· : . '.: > · .: -- ��; _ �

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THI!, RE'CO.RD . W� are" now ' looking. f.orward to the COJ\vention of Sigma. � Sigma, to be held in Buffalo at the-close of aobool and·the girls or,) -k· · � g bard to make it a · success. - HOUSEHOLD ARTS·CLUB. The Houaehold Arts Club was formed in 1911 for the pu,polll of · . , �-pr�enting" a new ide& Of ·various.sections of the work. and to ereale a warmer fee1ing of fellowship among the girli There ·are now t� �embers ana HE!len Kerr has been elecWd President; Elizabeth Crocker�. Secretary, aµ.d Clara Jensen, Treasurer. . Among· those who addressed the club were Dr.Dean of Albany, who spoke · on ''Wo:,;nan 's Work· and the Conditions Under Which She Works"; Miss Holmes, who spoke of the History and Plan of Settlement Wor�; Mrs.Henry Madden,·Secretary of the House. wiVes League of this city, who discnEsed the c _O�di" tions wb,icb g&;ve ris� to the fo � ation of the League: . . . . The Club entertained their mothers and Dr. Heath spoke on the work of the Health De' partment. After the talk tea was served in the dining room. Y.W.C.A. The "War of the Roses," in which the Y. W. C. A. girls have been eD.gased, closed April ·30th. With the increased membership "'e are now � . : . -

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ARETHUSA-ZETA CHAPTER. President... Vice President. .. ; .Rosemary Bill Treasurer................ ' ............Mildred Sipp Correspond:ip.g Secretary. . ....... .. .. .. . ..Alice TayJOt" Recording Secretary......., .... . .Ethel Starkweather ;./ . Aretl . rnsa. girls ai,m to uphold their motto, "Honor, Not Honors," 1 an . d alw� y . s · maintain - a - spirit of friendHness toward everyone. We have �eld many social functions throughout the yiar;·among them two dances · rn the " Normal · Assembly Hall, and several informal eDtertaininents at the girl's home�. CLIONIAN_ SORORJTY-THETACHAPTER P�esident.: ..............- ........1\farguerite Re�n Vice Dres1dent........ L.... :...... .Maude Elliott R e c ordin,g Secr�tary...........:......1\farie Stafford Corresponding Secretary...............Elsie Regan Treasfu;er...... ......................Anastasia Brady . 6:�; :.·:::::::::::::::: .'.': ·. ·. ·. ·. ·. ·. ·. ·. · .t�: li iia�':� . �E!side our regular meetings at school we have held severar literary weet�ngs at the homes of the members. - D uz: ing the past ' season we en­ tertamed our sister sororities at a tea. S!GMA, SIGMA, SIGMA-ZETA QIIAP'l'ER. i:•• 1dent ·: ·· · · · · : · · . · .........Patra Shaokleton ICe . Preside_ nt: ..c ..................Ruth Anderson . I Tr,'\88-m:er ·' ........· .. .......... : ....Olive ' O,,deobn Corres � onding Secretary. · ...............Luella �elft Reco � dmg Secretary............. -, ...Edna Marshall Sentinel ........· "....., ..........Evelyu Buaiell Fourt.oennewmembers have been added to our number duringthe past �- W• have entertained and been entertained andhave enjoyed · asaoo!&tioawith ourlister""!Orities at aohooL , ........Helen G. Walker�

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, lJnd0ubt£Iy, as'a whole,.we fall far sh�rt of these ideals, b ut,taken individually, we at leas't come witJ;rin hailin g ' distance of them. We­ cannot hear St. Cecelia play · but-we find Marie Geoghegan, May Phillips and Marion Gliase v ery acceptable substit;utes, and even the art of Raphael comes no nearer the child than do the posters of Luci OlaTk, Mildred Eis or Patra Shackleton. The dramatization of fairy stories and the presen�ation of pantomimes has disclosed much dramatic geni us• . }fPne of us will ever forget Genevie v e Pomeroy as the ''gi-eat big bear," or Ele . anor Wallen, as the "middle-sized bear,'"'while Georgia Hathaway showed unusual ability as the .''little baby bear.'' Marie Geoghegan, .., While it doesn't come up to Solomon's, still. there must be a great deal of wisdom somewhere or Lucy Clark, Emily Dixon and Mildred 'Sisson ne v er could have written such splendid papers and stories. The inventive· powers of :May Handy have shown· themselves in a brand new dramatization of f'Hickory Dickory Dock,'' and those of Edith Wilkie · in a ip.ost marvelous garden constructed · entirely from , third gifts. ·· L�t.those who are sceptical abo. ut our p�ssessing the .-Patience_ of ·Job ask ·Viola AbbOtt about her Ilrst gift balls, Or watch Bernice Merrifield 8s she. faithfully helps the smallest chil�en. As we study Fr:oebel's Education of Man, or· ·try to understand Susan Blow's ideas on the subject, we all culti v ate that quality known as meekness, for who could help feeling· v ery, very humble and insignifi­ cant when measurin g her own efforts beside"those of these incomparable but oftimes incomprehensible educators 1 As for administrati v e ability and prudence, well, those eo�e with experience, but with the splendid ·examples set· before us daily We ha� hopes of some day g aining even these. . Three of o � girls are · � of having opportunities to,strive for them as their contr,-cta for ]!.&n year are already signed. piness. Woods." · · ·

"We're ha.ppy at work And we're happy at play. 'rhen hurrah l Then hllrrah r For each happy day.:'

'!'his is the· spirit o _ f_ � ach 8nd ev·e�-y girl in the Senior kindergarten cl � s � . Th!) ll: gh we . sometimes complain that the "play" is most con­ sp1c1ous by its . abse n_ ce, still we realize, as the days go flying · past, that to become ��cie � t kindergartn f rs � eans work, pure and unadulterati1, · _ . fr.om , the begmnmg _ o � ! he y!;!ar straight tbrou_gh . to the close. . fhough the ummt1ated onlooker, standing outside the door· is some­ tunes heard to remark, "What a cinch those girls have . nothir'ig to do . b ? t play w itl � 1 t�e _children," we, on the inside of the d�or think quite d1ffcrently. Ihe _ onlooker doesn't see the work behind the "play"the nqtebooks crammed �u . 11, the _ posters originated, the endless programs· made, the s �� gs and stories committ�d or t!:Je papers w i-itten ." Neih•.,.r­ does �e rcahze �hat each � om � nt � f the time spent with the children is plan 1; ed, so tha� every child 1s bemg developed Jllentally morall d � hys1cal1y, a � d tl\n� the . kindergartners' aim is this and neverY;;;0 � usement , £or _the children. Of course this de v elopment � is gained mamly , through play, . for is not that the little child's only mealls of express1 � n .a � . well aE r �1s natural and app ropriate business, 11 W�1fo in the mo : nin � : ve are practicing "on." the children and mto touch with kmdergarten ideals. g , 1 Ro � fur beyond ntf�inmcnt these ideais seem may be realized when �e cons1dor the c.!lsontial qualiflCRtions of the ideal kindergartner by Kato li>ouglna Wiggin. 'fheac nrc: The music of St C li a � giv : ,­ ot Raphael, tlic 4 : omntio geuius of Rachel,�the admi�is:ahl:� a�l� ty o � Cromw�ll, the w1ac�om of Solo � ou, the meekness of Moses, the patience o _ �ob, tlio . , prudonce o,l!runkhn, tho · inventiVe power of Edison d tlie 1mprovicntion of tho �l\rly 'rroubndol'a. · 1 _ an

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'r H E 'R E 'C O R: D <.THE PROGRESSIVE DI NN!qt l' ARTY .' � Four Act Musical Coinedy Given by the IJ. .A •.Juniora. . Time=-1"eb. 12, 1913. . . CAST. . . . Characters jn the· o rder in which they appear. · .......................Helell Kerr Musical Critic .............. .' ........................Miss Holmall · ···Oa.ke Bearer .......: ... · • - ................�· ....... :�manus � Third Hosteis ... ............... · ...•...............Lillian L. t>oilge She Sees a Joke........ · ..........••.................Marion Wallace Ditto .................................. : .......Ethel V. Cburehill Second Cake Bearer...... ·...........................Mildred Wheat .- Fourtli · Hostess . ........................... ." .......,. ...Heltm Bech Second Hostess ..: ................•...............Fl o rellce Welker Her Assistants.... ...............Grace Do o ley, Clara Jensen Our Chaperone ......... · ..... ...........Miss Lange • Designer of Place Cards ( I) .... · ............ : ...., ......Jiilimy Hill SYNOPSIS OF SCENES. Act !_:_Dining �oom of Kerr Home, Buffalo, 5 o'clock. Bouillon. Act II-Dining room of Welker Home, Buffal o , sa m e evening, 6:30. ,.. · Meat. Act 'JJI -,- Dini n g Roo m . of Dodge Ho m e, Buffalo, sa m e evening, 8 0'clock. Salad. . sam.e" eVeni n g. Da n ce: · · MUSICAL AND DANCE NUMBERS. 1. That's Why We Wer0 o Delayed................M issLange, J inuai" · 2. That's How I Need You.................Mias Holman, Hel<,n ' Kerr (Practiced in Sewing.) First Hostess ..... : ..........

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