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The lamron (Geneseo, N.Y.) 1922-1952, March 01, 1922, Image 4

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Published Monthly by the Students of the S T A T E N O R M A L SCHOOL Geneseo, N. Y. March, 1922 E D I T O R I A L S T A F F just look at tiie g i r l s ’ Junior Sympathy. itor of T h e L a m r o n Editor-in-chief Helen McNamara Assistant E d i t o r Ethel Newfang News Editor Margaret Murphy Editorial Critic. Christine McKay Magazine Editor ................ Alice Dillon Exchange Editor ....H e l e n Heennans Athletic Editors ................ Dana Itoblee Mildred Foraess Alumni Editor ................ Audrey Cooper Staff Artist .................... Helena Maginn BUSINES S S T A F F Business Manager Eleanor Kerr A s s ’t Business Mgr.. .Dorothy Steuber Advertising Manager ..Mabel Nesbitt Circulation M a n a g e r . .. Helen Cashman Staff Typist ............................ Helen Lutz Faculty Adviser John H. Parry Application for entry as second class matter pending. T h e L a m r o n welcomes con­ tributions from students and alumni. All communications m u s t be signed with the author’s name and should he in the hands of the editors by the fifteenth of the month preceding pub­ lication. grow, athletics. A small informal m e e t ­ ing was held to discuss aildeties ol the sellout in general and presto — a complete and duly (deeded or­ ganization and a touruam m i t . To tin series well begun before most oi : Madam : us realize what is up. There is an At last! lliere is actually In- under-current of enthusiasm and i g inning to be some show ol spiiit- eoiiteiiiedness not heretofore felt ed rivalry between tin1 classes ol which is spreading thru the stu 1 22 and 24. dent body' just as assuredly’ as the eliiekmi pox and mumps lmve isn't it thrilling? It seems good to have Dr. Bueke bark with us again for wc all missed him while he was ill. I)o we ever let our Student As­ sociation discussions become hitter or personal ? This staff is learning a lot about tin1 technique of running a new* paper and of human nature. Both ])liases are proving interesting. Remember, yon are some 400 against 12, and the staff can not possibly’ know of all the hidden talent hero unless vou or vour 1 riends tell us of it. Borne to our rescue! T h e most hcartilv \ endorses the suggestion of having systematic fire drills, as given in one of the letters to the editor. May we call tin1 especial attention of the authorities under whose jurisdiction this matter comes to th is c onrni uni e a t i on ? In order to render the. fullest possible service to our readers, T li e has instituted this month several new depart­ ments. We trust that these will prove of value to our readers. In any case we should be glad to re­ ceive opinions concerning them. Thrills. If anyone doubts that “ Out of Contribute. Yours sincerely', Rifts Of the average person, who' I s h a l l hi 1 able to shield a n d amuse small beginnings big his favorite newspaper a pretty* accurate map of his own thinking, has been somewhat puzzled by tin* frequent appearance of tin* word \Idoe\. If he took the trouble to look it ii]), he found that it re- , ferred to a legislative group which set its special interests above that of tile larger body to which it be-' Ion gs. Recent discussions in meetin<>*si oi the Students\ Association have given the word a local application. Without any definite eonsrious- nes.s of such a purpose, divisions have been formed which reacted to certain proposals solely from the viewpoint of group interest. It b needless to point out that such a policy eventually defeats itself, as what benefits all must in the long run benefit each. 11 is only' because T li e L a m- r o n believes so heartily in unity that it ventures to point this well worn moral. 'What we need is a common consciousness. Anything that fosters t h e spirit of unity and cooperation in a common cause is bound to be worth while. To pro­ mote this spirit, to realize this ideal, T li e L a m r o n is not only willing, but anxious to help. Yours sincerely*, ADA M E R E D I T H, *2: Believes in Signs. To the Editor of T li e L a m r o n , Madam : — It. Cheering Courtesy Fire Drills N e e d e d e L a in v o n : A courtesy as allied to this question ? Take* for illustration the polite­ ness that is shown a visiting team while playing on our courts. Do wc* s h o w respect’! Do we jeer at our opponents? Do we laugh at their failures? Are we broad in frequent and systematic drills to familiarize everyone with the* most efficient w a y of leaving tin* build­ ing in an orderly* and rapid m a n ­ ner. The fac-iilty* recently organized Miss Abbott represented (Jene- a Dice ( ‘lub under the direction seo State Normal School at a con- of Miss Holland and plans to give vention of the department of su- a concert later in the year. This perintendonoe. National Eeluea- elul) IS a (breed result of the splen- tion Association, held in Fhieago, did chorus singing done by the February 27 to March 4. Reneseo faculty' at Ih . W V v York Her election as delegate by the State Teachers ^ A ssociation held faculty was approved h.v the State tn Buffalo last fall. Department of Education. I i t ri aiu kne re win gra tun tial us. N can gau our car sub, car will broi Y til e1 hoc-1 whe or g copt teac in x re pi, km r to W Wc 1 c and W temri mom

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