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Tabner to Direct Program
For Annual Activities Day
T h e r e will be thirteen chairs
on the stage at assembly this
morning, but only twelve of them
will be occupied. D u n t T y n a n ,
the pride a n d joy of the class of
F o u r C o m m i s s i o n s to L e a d
'39, won't be up there.
P r o g r a m for 1 9 3 8 - 3 9 ;
You see, D u n t decided over
Appointment Bureau Head
AH M a y J o i n In
the summer t h a t he would enter
Albany
Law
School
this
year.
Freshmen Will Have Chance
IS CHAIRMAN
T o Discuss Placements
T h e S t u d e n t Christian Association,
So he had to forego his senior
To Join Organizations
With Students
year witn us. It took a lot of i under the leadership of Marion
courage for this fellow to m a k e i Rockefeller, '39, i.s now s t a r t i n g its
During Morning
first year at S t a t e College. T h e first
such a decision, this fellow who
Paul Bulger, .secretary of the a p general meeting will take place T u e s has been secretary of the s t u d e n t
pointment bureau, a n n o u n c e s t h a t
DANCING IN AFTERNOON
association, president of his d a y . October 4, at 3:30 o'clock, in the
there will be a meeting for seniors
class, c h a i r m a n of junior guides,
and g r a d u a t e students T h u r s d a y .
Lounge of Richardson hall.
Its
Athletic Field to Be Scene
varsity debater, c a m p director,
October G, in Room 20, of Richardson
membership includes all the men
member of Myskania, and all- | and women of S t a t e College and it
hall, at 4:30 o'clock.
Of Traditional Bonfire
around good-fellow.
i is sponsoring a program built around
The purpose o. the tweeting i.s to
And Pep Meeting
four commissions. These four comBut if Dunt thinks it best,
discuss registration with the Bureau
missions
a
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:
the
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m
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Comthen
It's
all
right
with
us.
a
n
d
and the Appointment Bureau picT h e a n n u a l S t a t e college Activities
mission, Students and Religion, M a r we fuel sure that we express the
tures. T h e a p p o i n t m e n t
bureau
Day will lake place tomorrow with
feeling
of
the
student
body
when
riage Education, and Community
welcomes the opportunity to discuss
Gordon Tabner, '39, acting as genwe wisli him nothing but the
Understanding,
placement problems with the stueral c h a i r m a n of the day's program.
best on his new venture.
Tile Annual Frosh Frolic will take
dents. Seniors may check on letters
The Commons of Hawley hall will
of reference at the office after Wedplace this Tuesday night at 8:00
serve as the registration room from
nesday in room 121 A and B, Milne.
o'clock in the gym of Page hall.
9:00 to 12:00 o'clock. Here, tables
T h e following have secured posiAll freshman men and women are
will be placed designating every
tions through the a p p o i n t m e n t buphase of the college's extra-class
invited and the 1st and 2nd cabinets
reau:
activities.
of the S t u d e n t Christian Association.
T h e co-chairmen are Chris Ades,
Tliis i.s the one and only o p p o r t u n Bertha Bund, '38, E. Greenbush,
'39, a n d Max Sykes, '40, and they
ity given the incoming students to
Elementary Grades; Ray Pisk, '37,
are assisted by Virginia Furey, '39.
sign up for tlie extra curricula!' p r o State, chemistry; Evan P r i t c h a r d ,
T h e F r e s h m a n Commission
gram. All future a p p o i n t m e n t s a n d
'3(i,
Goshen, sociology;
Berenice D e a n M o r e l a n d to A d d r e s s
participation come from this regisTills is for all freshmen men and
Monnot, '37, Colton, Latin and
Canterbury Members
tered group.
women. Here the freshmen will learn
F r e n c h ; Gretn Jackson, '38, S c h e n e the practical "co-etiquette" and beA t St. A n d r e w ' s
Lawrence S t r a t t n e r , '38, c h a i r m a n
VUs, comi:
P; Helen Sheldrake,
come adjusted to the social life of
of the morning's program, has a n '37,
EllenLi....
Depot, commerce.
the
college.
This
commission
i.s
unGordon Tabner, '39, who will be nounced t h a t all organizations i n F r e n c h ; Edith Cutting, '38, Ellenburg | Tins evening the religious clubs of
Depot, English, library; Isabel M c - S t a t e college wrll hold their a n n u a l der the direction of Elolse H a r t - general c h a i r m a n of the Activities tending to participate must sign up
for tables today, and t h a t no group
Gowan, '37, Hurieyville, English, Ireceptions to freshmen. All students. m a n n , and S t a n Kullman, juniors. Day program tomorrow.
can be represented without p a y m e n t
library; Rodney Jones, '35, Malverne, especially freshmen, are invited to It will meet twice a m o n t h at 3:30
of its fee.
on T h u r s d a y s and the first meeting
seventh grade; Clarice Fitch, '37, attend.
i.s Thursday, October 13, in the
Dancing in Afternoon
Canterbury Club's Program
Windsor Corner Public Library;
During the afternoon, a "vie"
Canterbury Club, the Episcopal Lounge.
R u t h Sage, '35, Albany, Public
dance will hold sway in the ComLibrary; Sum Silverman, '36', Port organization, will conduct its recepStudents and Religion
mons from 2:00 until 4:00 o'clock.
Chester, J u n i o r high scnool; Hobbi tion at St. Andrew's church parish j This commission is open to all.
Ruth Lewis, '38, who is in charge of
Hoswell,
'32, Saratoga
Springs, house at 8:30 o'clock. St. Andrew's Come and search for the answers to
tlie afternoon program, has a n m a t h e m a t i c s ; Ethel Little, '38, Alt- Episcopal church i.s located at North puzzling questions and develop your
nounced t h a t a floor show, featuring
man, m a t h e m a t i c s ; Rosemary Dick- Main and Madison. Guest speakers own philosophy for realistic living.!
inson, '37, Essex, Lake C h a m p l a i n , of the evening will be the Very RevMarriage Education
C o u n c i l A n n o u n c e s S t u d e n t some of State's finest exponents in
tlie e n t e r t a i n m e n t field, will also
English, library; Marion Langney, j erend Edward R. Wells, dean of All
This commission will offer disA p p o i n t m e n t s for " V i c "
take place as part of the afternoon's
'37. Forest Port Central Rural, Latin, Saint's Cathedral, Miss Helen Hall cussions and noted speakers on var-1
activities.
English, library.
Moreland, dean of students, and lotts aspects of the question. It i.s
Directory Boards
Climaxing the events of Activities
George M, York, professor of com- open to seniors, juniors and sophWilliam Mollenkopf, '38, K e r h o n k - merce. Refreshments will be served. omores. The first meeting will be
Day will be the a n n u a l All S t a t e
Miss
Helen
Hall
Moreland,
dean
of
on Tuesday, October 18, at 3:30
son. m a t h e m a t i c s , science; Gladys
bonfire rally and pep meeting which
Newman Club's Program
students, will address Ihe first as- will be conducted on the athletic
Fasoli, '37, Altamont, s u b s t i t u t e ;
Newman Club, according to presi- o'clock, in tlie Lounge, and the leadsembly
of
the
semester
at
11:00
ers
are
Carolyn
Mattice,
and
Gordon
field behind tlie Alumni Residence
Helen K n a p . '38, Cobleskill, m a t h e - dent Lawrence S l r a t t n e r , '39, will
[o'clock today in the auditorium of halls from 8:00 to 10:30 o'clock.
matics; Helen Cuehl, '38, Gilbon, conduct its a n n u a l reception at New- Tabner, seniors.
Page hall, according lo the a n - William Torrens, '39, will act in the
Conesville, library; Helen Rich, '35, man Hall, 741 Madison Avenue.
Community Understanding
Sauquoit, art, supervisor;
Marie Arrangements for the reception are
T h e purpose of tills commission nouncement m a d e by J o h n P. Edge, capacity of chairman of this portion
Katzinaricr. '38, Middle Port, F r e n c h , under the direction of Rosemary Mc is to gel. acquainted with the social [president of the student association. of the day's activity.
Latin; Doris Anderson, '38, Endicott, Carthy, '41. The program will in- problems and cultural opportunities
Freshmen are requested to observe
According
to tlie
committee's
library; G e r t r u d e M e 11 o n, '37, clude Benediction at 7:30 o'clock, in Albany through direct contact. the tradition of S t a t e and sit in the plans, the various classes will form
Gloversville; Mildred Bodin, '38, followed by e n t e r t a i n m e n t , dancing, Each month trips will be sponsored balcony. They are not lo leave Hie' groups behind their respective class
Crown Point, French, Latin; M a r t h a and refreshments, starting at 8:00 to some place of interest.
This I assembly until Myskania and the banners. Upper class presidents will
(hen give welcoming addresses Lo
commission is headed by Dorothy upperclassmcn have left.
Conger, '38, State' Laboratory; Alma o'clock.
ihe freshmen.
Mae Lean and Edmore Melanson,
Snyder, '37, State Library; L, Peter
Jildson Club's Program
Members of the S l a t e college dirseniors. The first meeting will be at
Sep ten, '37. Lake George, commerce,
Sing at Bonfire
This year, Judson Club, according 3:30 o'clock, on October 27, in room ector)' board and victrolii commission
To gel tlie rally off to a rousing
Peter Rodenrys, '38, Millerion, to Karl Hewitt, '40, president, will 200,
start, student association cheerhave be< u appointed.
commerce; Anne Olsson, '38, H a m - conduct three receptions. Two will
Marion Kingsley and Sieve Kusak ' The following Will serve oil Ihe leaders Muriel Barry, '39, Marion
mondport, commerce; Morey Fields, occur this evening, one al First
Kingsley and Gordon Peattie. j u n '38, Huntington, J u n i o r high, science, Baptist church, and the other at are in charge of membership. There \ Stale College directory board: J u n e tCiiiiliuiK d mi IKIIJI' l column S)
will be a table all next week in the
h
m a t h e m a t i c s ; K e n n e t h Christians, Hope Baptist church.
I
Palmer,
editor-in-chief
and
Charles
Rotunda,
'35, Morrisvllle, School ol Agriculj Franklin, seniors; Louise Hessney
ture, English, social .studies; T h u r ami Roswell Fairbank, juniors; Betty
ston Paul, "35, Albany Academy,
Parrott and Brooks Roberts, sophscience; Parker Downs. ,jo, Massena,
omores; Lorraine Howe and Nichols
history; Len Wittier, '30, Livingston
Mais'.Mo. lieslimen.
Manor, commerce; Adlia Clum, '34,
Averlll Park, library; J a m e s Beale,
Members of tlie victrolii commis- ' Tlie Slate College Constitutional
'37, H a m p t o n Hoys .School, comsion are Hanti Porcino, '39, chair- [Assembly will conduct lis first meetWith Activities Day jttsl around lug through the wire screening and man; Lurry liulog and Homer Legmerce; Marion Bisnell '38, W a t e r ing of Ihe college year Tuesday,
town, commerce; Sophie First, '38, the corner, S t a t e College will imbue several windows ol the college cafe- <gel l, juniors; J o h n Baku)', '41; Rob- September 27, al 3:30 o'clock in room
Romulus, commerce; Clias. Connelly, the "green" freshmen Willi some ol teria, A general free-for-all follow-! ell Meek, '43.
20(1 of Draper hall, according lo
'35, Troy, commerce; Hcrberi Bailey, us i radii ions. How these traditions ed bel ween the classes.
I Robert Cogger, '40, speaker
All
originated
forms
an
interesting
topic
II
seelns
llnil
these
methods
Were
'38, Oriskany, inuthematics; Berlha
students
interested
in
ihe
convennot
stiflicicnl
lor
the
elilhilsiastlc
ol
research
lo
students
who
are
inWei miller, :i!i, Clymer, l.aiin, French,
tion are urged lo attend this first
a n ; Adda ii.vder, '38, Weslfleld S l a t e j lerested in geueology or — some- frosh who wanted to outdo their
meeting.
During the spring fresh- ;
Farm, commerce; Luella Worsen, thing of thai .'.oil However, we are i ivals.
Consideration will lie g h e n lo Hie
'.10,
Marlborough, social studies; I only concerned Willi the IIIDM recent sopli inaseol lnuii, the frosh, endeaproposed amendments, adopted by
Norbcrl Hubor, '38, Dansville, euiu- end inosl rulorlul ol these customs. voring lo find llic elusive ilia:.col, anil
the New York S t a t e Constitutional
m i i c e , Cal'Ilon Coulter, '35, Poll Jel- Tins custom remains In our grad- desiring In gel even" Willi Hie sophs, I Tryutils lor the varsiLy debating Convention,
which include measures
fcison, history; 'I'haddeus ToJpa, '3(1, uates' minds, giving ihcm fond mem buttered their way into Hie battery team will lie conducted Thursday, concerning social welfare, proporMohawk, gi-ncrul
o n e s on which the) run rebuild room ami disrupted the college bell September 2!l, in room 28, „f itieh- tional representation and judiciary
A;, a result the engineering ardson hall, al
Jobson, 38, Ripley K'ienei ; Phyllis their collegiate day.'. The climax to system
4:30 o'clock according reform
lililll Davl'lge, "Mi , commerce; Wll- the Activities Day exercises Will be slall spent many hours repairing Hie in I eouard Frledlunder, '3D, presiThe officers for Ihe coming year
Mt. Ke.eo coin- the bonllre and snake dance al bell system and the room, as well as i
Contestants are as follows: speaker, Robert Cognieree; Mary Roe , '311, Greenville,
the three locks which the marauders dent ol Deliaie council
which
time
S
t
a
t
e
students
will
lormust prepare a three m i n u t e speech ger; clerk, Gcraldiiie Ewlng; assistcommerce; J e a n Edgeciuube, '88,
get their pedagogical dignity and Inn! broken
HI tacking or defending Hie proposJAlexander, commerce, French; J u n e reall) welcome the freshmen with
The next day when the two classes l l t ' n l , i a l Hitler Is iustiflcd in his ant clerk, Ellen Best; publicil) director, Fred Weed; research direcCnutoii,
38, commerce; Carolyn customary frivolities.
were called
together,
Myskania
Edwards, '38, Locke, m a t h e m a t i c s ; | About lour and n hall years ago abolished mascot rivalry. T h e next attitude toward Hie Sudeten region tors, Fay Heheer and Sadie Flax,
of
Czechoslovakia.
juniors. Dr. Robert Rlenow, InstrucDa', id Rogers, 30, IsJip, science; the bonfire tradition was Inaug- night both classes, wauling lo deTlie hill conference of the or- tor in government, v ill act as faculty
Antoinette M o m . '38, Schenectady, urated, At lliai lime, according to m o n s t r a t e iheir friendship for each
commerce; Geraldliio Peters, '34, old ionics, ihere was little restraint oilier to ihe administration bulli ganism Ion ol New York S t a t e Debate advisor to the assembly.
Holland, English; Russella Agusllne, in interclass rivalry contests and a huge bonfire on the campus. The Coaches will lake place at Flmiia
'38, Union Springs, commerce; Beth both classes went beyond the limit climax to their friendship was Hie on October Isl. Mr, William G. A s s e m b l y A n n o u n c e m e n t s
Kopp, Allamoiit, commerce; Win. ol ihi! administration's patience, it snake dance In which both classes Hardy, instructor In English, is
All those people who wish to make
president of the organisation.
Caiupulgne Grud., Goshen. English; all came about when, during the participated.
a n n o u n c e m e n t s In student assembly
About
twenty-five
debates
are
schGrace Yorkcy. '38, Walden, coin- j Soph-Frosh banner hunt, the sophThcrcallor, as Hie climax to Activmust contact s t u .i e n t O o u n o l i
merce; Michael Cymbalak, '88, Wells, omores, while; looking lor the banner, ities Day exercises, the bonllre and edilled lor the coining year, a lew of ihrough Lloyd Kelly, '40, by the prewhich will be on various topics Insnake dance were incorporated as j cluding tlie Constitutional Conven- ceding Thursday noon, according to
tUuntinueU un iuit/v 3, column SM
' a i d e d a freshman dinner by b r e a k - ' p a r t ol S l a t e College's customs.
John Edge, '30, president of the
tion.
student association,
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Religious Clubs
To Welcome '42
1932
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Student Assembly
To Hear Moreland
Assembly To Have
Initial Discussion
Interclass Rivalry
Instigates
Traditional Bonfire, Snake Dance
Forensic Council
Announces Tryouts
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS
E s t a b l i s h e d b y t h e Class of 1918
The u n d e r g r a d u a t e N e w s p a p e r of N e w York S t a t e
College for T e a c h e r s
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T e l e p h o n e s : Office, 5-9373; O'Hora, 3-2843; Strong,
2-5545; Hertwig, 3-2889; Bilzi, 3-8538
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"Contrary (o the a n n o u n c e m e n t in the S t a t e
College News" directly above, we do agree, a t least in
part, with Mr. O'Hora's editorial policy, and we care
to reflect It in one instance. Freshmen, we refer you
to p a r a g r a p h two of this week's editorial. Seriously
we can't stress it enough, We want you interested ii
college activities, but when you g r a d u a t e (and foi r
years do pass quickly—ask a n y senior.), we don't want
you to say, "Oh was there a n y t h i n g below Robin
S t r e e t ? " We sincerely hope t h a t you will look beyond
the walls of S t a t e college a n d m a k e Albany your home.
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Princely Poor Men
"VVn poor K I ' M I I I - I I H ' I I do riot lmvi'1 lllto prliir,'* lint
courti'Klc'H inul ifriHVH of Ufa arc prcl'lullH |o H H . "
" T h e time h a s come," t h e walrus said, "to talk of
m a n y things," a n d , after a long vacation, t h a t is just
how we feel about it. Of course, we wouldn't be a n
honest-to-goodness first Commentsta*er if we didn't
devote our space to t h e freshmen. Have you m e t t h e
frosh? We've been looking over t h e situation i n t h e
Boulevard, the Annex, a n d t h e r o t u n d a , a n d we think
they're pretty much on the all right side.
T h e results of t h e now personal Interview system
of admission a r e self-evident. Wo m a y not have as
many S t a t e scholarship holders or senior valedictorians
(this is, of course, conjectural, because we h a v e n ' t
been snooping In the clean's office), but wc did find
an unusually personable a n d responsive group. According to all reports, they were lucky to be admitted
to S t a t e but it is our opinion t h a t we are Just as fortunate. T h e h a r d - w o r k i n g N E W * stall' a n d your glaclto-be-back-in-the-harness
Common tstater
welcome
you, '42.
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-itirituNs
College can give many things—knowledge, .sociability, personality. These things
are acknowledged — but too little time is
given to the thought that college can also
make us cultured, interested and interesting people—able to enjoy adult life to the
fullest.
Throughout college we have the chance
to acquire abilities, skills, and habits of appreciation that will enable us to be contented as teachers. We have here in Albany a vast cultural background that we
can draw upon — stage shows, concerts,
good libraries, popular amusements. From
these fields we ought to bo able to acquire
a taste for those pleasures that will bring
us lasting pleasure and joy.
To you freshmen, a successful graduate
of State will not be the person who signs
up for and makes Myskania, nor necessarily
the stooge who grinds out A grades in
classes. Both of these aims are desirable
but nevertheless neither one, in itself, is
sufficient. The only solution is to follow a
balanced did of study and activities with
enough fun from worthwhile pleasures so
that you can truly be called an intclligeiil
man or woman.
As teachers, all the frivolities and expensive accoutrements of pleasure will not
be ours, but we can enjoy those thai are
more real, and, in the long run, more valuable.
So, although we may not be llultons, let
us at least be gentle folk who will be cultured, happy, and interested -therefore,
interesting.
State College Dances
Now that the l.ambelh Walk is all the
rage, we recommend that the turpischoreans of State invent their own dance, I InState College March, We're sure that this
will bo of immense practical value if events
keep plunging onward. I'erhaps a ring of
bayonets could take the place of the Big
Apple circle,
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It did our serious senior h e a r t s good to hear of
the s t u n t t h a t t h e faculty women p u t o n a t freshman
camp. As a m a t t e r of fact, the faculty were very
much in evidence a t both camps a n d we were more
t h a n glad. T h e freshmen h a d a wonderful opportunity
to meet the people we uppcrclassmer. count as good
friends. We hope t h a t opportunity will not be lost.
We have t h e whole thing worked out in true deductive
reasoning. T h e sooner you get to know the faculty,
the longer you will know t h e m ; the longer you know
them, t h e better you will know them, a n d the better
you know them, the better person you will be, T h e r e fore, It follows, you should get to know them soon.
Will you?
Book of the Week-'
Swing for Bookworms
Young M a n With A Horn by Dorothy Baker, Houghton
Mifflin Company, 1038. 243 pages. $2.50.
(On sale in I he. co-op/
Here Is a story as modern as today because It
tells the tale of a swing musician, Hick Martin. While
supposedly based on the works of the great trumpeter,
Blx Belderbecito a n d not his lite, a t I lines il is almost
biographical a n d you can recognize very clearly under
Hie false names the great, near great and the coining
great who were- a part, ol Blx's background. You c a n
recognize Goodman, Paul Whltciiian, the Teagardens,
Louis Armstrong a n d Prince Oliver among these
characters.
Kick learned lo play the plane by himself in a
mission while he was supposedly at lending school,
When the congregation caught linn playing there they
thought that he Was an angel WHO had come In leach
the gospel. He escaped from these lahatlcs In lake
a Job In the bowling alleys where he met the colored
odd Job man, Smoke, Smoke ulWuv> had a hidden
r h y t h m t h a t he followed a n d when one ol the colored
d r u m m e r s died Smoke look his place and introduced
Kick lo t h e leader. Here Kick learned to play the
trumpet from the greatest ol them all, and limn there
went on lo surpass him lo reach his pinnacle years
Inter before he died, when hi' tried lor notes that his
horn could not reach
From that da\ on he progressed to become the
first Iruillpel man in the greatest ol Ihe popular hand.'
ol the day and here hi.-, trumpeting inadc'hun a s e n s a .
lion
However the hand limited hlin too much a n d
after hours was Ihe lime Dial his groalcsl music was
blasted lorlli. T h e midnight j a m sessions continued
until lie met Amy North, educated a n d complex Thc.s
married and in lime sepnraled, This Is the time when
Hick a t t e m p t s to organize a small recording hot combo
hut the compauv lulls Then Hick (pills the popular
bund and while playing In a pickup Dixieland group
seemingly muffs a note in trying to reach higher t h a n
his I ruiupel has range.
Thel'u Is nothing loft to end the book hill Kicks
death and so when pneumonia strikes him lie dies ami
ihe story ends with Hick having us his Iricnds Iwo
negro musicians, Jell Williams a n d Smoke.
This should be Interesting to all those persons who
are truly Interested in ..wing as a part of Ihe American
music lore as well as to the Jitterbugs a n d Ickios. II
will make you understand a little about why thai
clarinetist reels himself up In order to hit high O
while playing Tiger rag a n d why t h a t trumpet m a n Is
continually drinking on his one nigh', stands, Truly
this Is a cross secui a of Jazz.
Milne Teachers
Begin Tuesday
Personal
Viewpoints
(EGO is given the widest latitude as author of this
column,
though his viewpoints
do not
necessarily always reflect
those
of the
Sayles Makes Announcement
Of Class Schedules
For First Term
STATE COLLHOH N B W S J
My, oh me, t h e summer's o'er
and your Egomaniac is back to
quibble over things a n d stuff.
Looking over t h e field with a
cursory glance, we find:
THE COMMONS — " T h e old
order changeth . . ." and giveth
way to a smaller but — well,
smaller Commons. T h e frosh
didn't notice anything, but the
upperclassmen walked right into
a blank wall, so as to speak. We
don't think the loss of room will
be much of a problem, but where
will t h e balcony loungers a n d
stair-sitters h a n g out now?
Incidentally while we're in t h e
Commons, how about a timepiece for t h a t establishment of
leisure. I t s habitues would then
be relieved of the necessity of
chasing from table to table in
search of t h e hour.
SENIORS—For t h e benefit of
the freshmen we mean those
somber, serious-visaged individuals who are worrying their
way through t h e halls. T h e stalwarts of '39 have already lilt the
practice teaching line and are
preparing for Tuesday's zero
hour. Why the sad laces? It's
fun.
ACTIVITIES DAY — You
freshmen can do yourselves a
lot of good tomorrow. Get clown
to t h e Commons a n d sign up for
whatever you like most. A word
to t h e wise — concentration of
energy on the one or two things
you like best may be more a d vantageous than general participation in many. B u t t h a t doesn't
say you can't sign up for all you
arc interested in. Use your
heads.
With these sage pondcrings
we'll leave you for awhile,
EGO
On Tuesday morning a t 9:10
o'clock seniors and graduate s t u d e n t s
will take up their practice teaching
duties according to J o h n M. Sayles,
principal of the school. Those who
will be teaching a n d the hours a t
which they are to teach are as follows:
9:10—10:05
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season with a welcome for the frosh;
•Iiiscpli Miiittflotnil.
a bunch of stuff about who stayed up H l l i — I , m m , I S c i e n c e
all night a t camp < but seldom'why), M T., \ V . — I l r . .Moose m n l (IIIII'ICH
Ivellc.v .
slams a t the old gang of slamables,
l l l l l . A i l s lie l i n n l e l i e — I'll T
and notes on the physical changes S» il lhl —
-Snel,i| .•s|,„n,'s-T|,,„„„s l.nvnicili
around t h e campus, However, t h e
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frosh will be rushleved, O'Hora and I M I l - K . i l H I s I , _ Kllzahclli ( i u e n l e r unit
•Inn lie \\ n l r n l l i .
Edge a r e big men, S t a t e s m a n '39
l h — I . n i l , i — I t t i i f i N„vl>,\
plans sllm-slammlng, a n d so what, if H
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some ones toes get stepped on at I l l l l l — M c i i c l i | _ K w l y i i I ' u c e l l .
Statesman
noon? I'm keeping mine under my
chair.
Here's Ihe Idea. T h e r e arc roughly
.'Kill new names lo work apun; "A
pun is that which .shouldn't be, but
since ii is don't." So names lor the
sake of punning arc out. Statesman
should lie a giggle-getter, hot a Inane
wrecker. Of course a lew names
might be nc ui limed now and then
it's interesting to note that frosh
Mill Mai thews has a frosh filly list
well under wu,\ l he movie Influence
Anyway, interesting people gel into Inieresiing sliualluus; they gei
out ol iJii-iii III Interesting fashion.
T h a i ' s wind Wc w ill 11 v in round up
lor I'Vidiu 's i ending. Wc got lots ol
polclil personalities, new and old
Take new face Ira Illrsh: plays a
guitar and writes himscll a Mine. A
and then
lues a daiulj called
"Which Win Does T h e Wind Plow?'
catchy and fresh.
Mo thai \ I he |ob Wc set nurscll ( ) |
course we appreciate your help A
note 111 the mail tills Week Walll.s
tree advert Islng lor I lie ( li'een
Wolves club charier members being
l.aiko Hratiner. Oiludek, Dorrunce,
liurkc, and Stiller.
Wc do have an obllgal Ion to I nullum) in that the S t a t e s m a n lend a
hand in o.ieiuatlon
. . like lillzl,
wlio did her pari warning the 42
crop against dark hours in tne park
Did or did not Hil/i remember that
last year's 203 roomers are now set
tied at 4Bfi S l a t e ? ? ? ? ?
VV'nliliig Guide
HANDS OKI'' Hurry, Foreman,
Minerva, Malllee, Dibble, Wegener
Field, Miss Kanla.
BREAKING. UP i i n u y b e l ) : Wilson, Sullivan, Parrott, Ades, Oort,
Denmark,
FOOTLOOSE—Reg Murphy (The
Prom Queen I I),
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Brass
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Page 3
Rivalry
Freshmen Women Rain and Raucous
M.A.A. Appoints
Enjoy Camp Days Close Men s Freshman Camp Ryan to Direct
Publicity Bureau
Games, Stunts, Fashion Show
Entertain Newcomers
T h e latest of t h e a n n u a l wadings, still w a n t s t h e m t o fight d a r n hard.
T h e usually p r e s e n t sophomoredubbed by some e r r a n t
savant
" F r e s h m a n C a m p , " was ended to junior vs. f r e s h m a n softball game,
During Week-end
t h e tune of rain o n t h e corpse for was concluded by a t o r r e n t i a l dribble Recently Organized Group
To Publicize Athletics
one h u n d r e d a n d sixty m e n a n d of rain upon t h e h e a d s of both sides
Several onces upon times we r e U n d e r t h e experienced guidance of to t h e ring of t r i u m p h in Dunton —even wetting t h e s t r a i n i n g freshOf State College
m e m b e r listening with gloomy mis- Elizabeth Allen, '39, a n d Marion T y n a n ' s successful completion of men. A new event in t h e c a m p
a p p r e h e n s i o n s to t h e opinions of Rockefeller, '39 member of Myskania, his last farewell to S t a t e .
program fell into being in t h e wee,
William Ryan, '39, S t u d e n t R e p fellows from the home town con- t h e freshmen women were initiated
small hours of t h e m o r n i n g when t h e
resentative of M. A. A. Council, h a s
T h e greatest of t h e c a m p s so far, beginnings of class
c e r n i n g t h e genus homo known as into S t a t e customs, traditions, a n d
organization
been n a m e d director of the newly
teacher.
social life a t F r e s h m a n C a m p last both in n u m b e r of e n t r a n t s a n d were felt for t h e first time so early
smooth r u n n i n g activities, found t h e in t h e year by t h e usually invincible organized M. A. A, Press B u r e a u
ft was r a t h e r a morbid feeling, this weekend.
which will act as t h e official p u b s p i r i t which grew upon out-self when
Five buses left t h e college on F r i - upperclassmen very much in t h e (at least i n F r e s h m a n C a m p ) sopho- licity a g e n t for all varsity a n d i n t r a swim
with
only
forty
h
e
a
d
less
t
h
a
n
mores.
Intelligence,
freshmen,
is
we listened lo the disbelieving r e - day a t 2:00 o'clock for C a m p Von
mural sports a n d all other activities
w h a t you're credited with, b u t using
m a r k of our associates: "What, Sciioonhoven on B u r d e n Lake. T h e the tenderfoot frosh.
which fall under t h e jurisdiction of
'
T
h
e
sports
themselves,
consisting
it so early Is not quite cricket, you
you're going to State College for merry crowd began festivities I m the Men's Council.
I
of
softball,
football,
tennis
a
n
d
swimknow!
mediately after supper with i m Teachers?"
T h e instigation of this publicity
promptu
folk-dances a n d group ming, were never neglected by t h e
Wc Go To College
So—the frosh were Inducted into organization is but a n o t h e r example
slightly
confused
b
u
t
eager
frosh,
games.
Marion
Rockefeller,
presltheir first year a t S t a t e . O n F r i - of the a t t e m p t being made by P r e s i M a n y , many speeches have We
h e a r d since being in thi.s friendly j d e n t of the S t u d e n t Christian Assoc- while tlie upperclassmen practically day, they were doing their first d e n t Duke Hershkowitz a n d t h e
fell
into
leadership
in
their
avid
i
a
t
i
o
n
,
led
t
h
e
traditional
Candlemixing with t h e sports minded of Men's Council to give to t h e m e n of
i n s t i t u t i o n concerning t h e changing
Alter a midnight desire to regain lost youth.
State.
On Saturday
they did S t a t e a bigger a n d better athletic
a t t i t u d e toward tin' m a n who is good light service.
Of t h e fuel t h a t football, a t least, everything but go swimming. On program.
e n o u g h to merit, the title of instruc- I lunch the frosh were serenaded by a
[group of counselors.
merited strenuous a t t e n t i o n , we have Sunday m o r n i n g they did things so
tor.
T h e Press Bureau will function for
S a t u r d a y morning, Ihe organiza- pictorial proof. ( T h e other pictures well as to be on fop. W h a t about the ensuing year, a n d , if after this
We've learned, in the few years
it,
sophs?
I
didn't
turn
out
so
h
o
t
)
.
T
h
e
three
Which our presence h a s been allowed tions a n d activities of t h e college
trial period it h a s proved its worth,
Probably the most pleasant memo- il will be continued under t h e .superto grace aforesaid institution t h a t were explained in individual dis- figures in the picture a r e naught
ries of camp, a r e in t h e form of vision of t h e M. A. A. Council.
wc were entirely wrong when we cussion groups headed by t h e coun- il not. in tlie groove.
Necessities of t h e weekend which I numeral games, initialed by certain
selors.
Helen Curtis, representaquaked al our friends' opinions.
Ryan, who was Sports Editor of
A teacher, we found, no longer h a s tive of S. C. A., spoke to the fresh- were forced n between game times j upperclassmen.
tlie NKWK, last year, h a s announced
men
on
"Phases
of
College
Life."
I
included
speeches
after
dinner
and
To
quote—"2-4-6-Hike"—
Cameron;
lulls lipped lo him when he walks
t h a t approximately fifteen m e n have
"Why Go T o College?" was t h e j eating t h e d i n n e r s themselves. By "85-8U-unh - 8B-80 . mill, unli, u n h " been n a m e d to positions on t h e
down the street. Nor docs t h e bar1
ber shop coiiver.sallon end suddenly I subject of a talk given by Miss Helen , far the greater of t h e two evils was - - C l a r k ; "(i-7-8- -ok, fellow.
take Bureau. According to the director,
when prof. Spec:., (also known us Hall Morelancl, dean of students, not tlie faculty,
care of this guy" - S c h a f e r .
the Press Bureau will contacl all
Coach Hal field, in his welcoming
miss S p i e s lo his pupils) walks in late in t h e afternoon. Mrs. M a r t h a
schools with whom S t a t e will meet
for a head clipping unci a dubious Eggleston, instructor in History, led I address, explained t h e place of sports
in athletic rivalry a n d secure i n ja discussion of I lie benefits of going I a t S t a t e a n d the place of the men
shine.
formation from those schools conin
such
sports.
Neglecting
flic
posI to college. Following this Miss Agnes
Reason?
cerning their schedules, Hie varsity
men returning, t h e promising sophW h y a n d wherefore, we inquired F u l t e r e r , instructor in English, gave sible evils which m i g h t follow from
his s t a t e m e n t s , he brought out, the
omore material, a n d their expectadoes 1 hi.-, immortal change lakelone of h e r famous readings.
T h e peak of t h e evening, however, tact t h a t lie did not expect his men
tions for t h e coming season.
place? Or does it? Well, il seems
thai it does lake place, according lo came with the presentation of s t u n t s . ."to die for dear old S t a t e , " which
Also, t h e Bureau will act as S t a t e
1 lie assurances which we receive Dr. Caroline Lester, led t h e faculty , might lead us 10 expect devastatingly
I n t r a m u r a l council, s t a r t i n g its College's official sports correspondguests
through
a
whirlwind
of
w
a
r
uninspired
learns,
B
u
t
really,
frosh,
from l'.'d 10 and experienced friends.
second year of activity, h a s already ent for all newspapers in the Capital
T h e why mid wherefore seem whooping, truckin' a n d t h e Big if we know coach, we expect t h a t he sponsored plans to m a k e this the District. It will further contact t n e
I
Apple
lo
t
h
e
astonishment
and
deeasily s e n led by Ihe simple descripgreatest sports year in t h e history home town papers of t h e varsity
tion of the change in personality a n d light of the latest arrivals at State,
of S t a t e . Lawrence S t r a t t n e r , '39, squad a n d offer publicity which, it
After this excitement had sublack of senility of the new type of
president, a n d council m e m b e r s have is hoped, will stimulate interect in
sided, Helen Prusik, '3D, presented
outlined a tentative sports calendar the home town boy a n d his a l m a
teacher.
ja fashion show. T h e wearing apparel
which will offer t h e best o p p o r t u n - m a t e r a s well.
We pounce on Ihe personality a n i modeled by t h e counselors included
ities to every m a n w h o participates
gle of the professorial saga lo enter (correct a t t i r e for receptions, I n t e r Upon Hie suggestion of Duke
Anastasia
in t h e activities.
the p o r t a l s of the "What Ihe devil sorority Tea, Mascot Hunt, Play Day,
Hershkowitz, president of M. A. A.,
lias this lo do Willi sports" query C a m p i n g .
Ryan said t h a t a scrap book c o n t a i n President Predicts Success
Acts
Formal
dinners,
rush
that we know is popping up in your parties, classes a n d dances.
W h e n asked to c o m m e n t on t h e ing all t h e athletic activities of t h e
sweet little disposition, despite the
probable success of his schedule, men of S t a t e will be maintained by
Ambitious
Following breakfast on Sunday
effort you're making to give me a
S t r a t t n e r said t h a t without a doubt, the Bureau.
morning,
the
frosh
women
were
a
d
c h a n c e , at least this once.
this will be t h e biggest year in men's
T h e m e n who have already been
dressed by Kay Duffield, traveling
Soooooooo!
i n t r a m u r a l sports t h a t S t a t e has named to positions on the Bureau
Dear W a a :
secretary of S. C. A.
a r e : J i m m y Qulnn, Len F r e e m a n ,
Am I ever glad to he back getting ever seen,
So we come lo 1 hi' reason for r a n t s .Sunday's high spot came with t h e
"Thi.s prediction is based on two Walt Simmons, Joe McKeon, F r a n k
and raves. We stand on our plat- inter-frosh song competition which .ready for fall sports lo begin! I'm
form a n d hurl Into ihe faces of you was conduct cd during the afternoon, not even going to bother about, going reasons," said S t r a t t n e r . "First, M. Rickmnn, F r a n k Augustine, J i m m y
Murray, Joe
lo classes, because I won't have A. A. h a s purchased a great deal of M a I 0 n e y, J o h n
guys t h e firm belief llial we hold
Al dinner, prominent faculty m e m new equipment, a n d second, I have Schwartz, J o h n Gardephc, Arnold
t h a t sports participation can a n d hers were introduced.
Dr. A, R. , lime to do t h a t a n d go out for all t h e already mapped out a complete Ellerln, H y m a n Meltz, Gadlin Bodlias knocked the old idea of person- Brubacher, president, of t h e college, j sports,
I h a d lo have my tennis racquet tentative schedule for t h e coming ner, Carl Marotto, a n d Delflo M a n ality for a loop to a greater a m o u n t concluded the formal camp program
cuso.
year."
t h a n a n y other factor.
with a welcoming speech lo t h e rest rung, of course, after using it
so much this s u m m e r , bin no m a t t e r
We hold that spoils can a n d does freshmen.
how much I'd like lo, 1 can't quite
develop Ihe teacher's Ideas into (he
I see my n a m e on he championship
outlook of a m a n . Wc say that parcup. And f got a new suit lo wear
ticipation in sports can be the findown at the pool since I'm going
ishing fact or in I lie polish ol a per' 10 spend a lot of lime there p r a e sona lily.
by Joo Bo.sley
*
it icing new dives, T h e dorm field
T h e program ;il Slide is so fixed
sleep on the bases. With a seventeen
Last
Saturday,
Ihe
softball
battle
l
o
o
k
s
/in
tin
g
o
o
d
for
hockey
and
llial e\ cry m a n may participate ami
run lead the seniors called Porclno
of
the
century
took
place
when
the
1 soccer, but mavbe with all the rain
become adept in one of a variety of
to the mound.
He nnmmediutely
faculty
and
the
seniors
squared
off
we've h a d it'll be a Utile soggy. Howsports.
became very busy dodging ihe clouts
1
a
l
Men's
Freshmen
Camp.
T
h
e
final
T h e vur.sily sports, under | he lead- 1 'miliiim it (row pui/i 1. column I ever, be thai as il may, soccer and
that rolled from ihe faculty bats.
score ol Ihe contest was 20-13 in The seniors were fortunate I h a t they
C 0 Ii c 11 , '37, hockey will undoubtedly be played.
ership ol coach Hal Held, will o| commerce; H i l d a
course rcech e t heir t nil share ol en- Oneonta Normal, library; Helen S n y - j It's being bruited about that Mr, favor of Ihe .seniors bill the faculty survived 10 take their turn a t bat,
I r a n t s , About I he.se experts we have der, Cambridge, commerce; Martha Anspach is prepared lor the great tail up a grand light. Torrens and They were so weak and bewildered
Kcheid, '38, Sydney, commerce; Hu- influx of equestriennes and is inking Porcine served them up in T y n a n llial I hey could score but twelve
111) Will 1 \
Hut uiil:, a • innII minority ol men bert ('unison, '37, llcllinore. commerce. every precaution to prevent over- while "Five Hall" Hicks tried lo gel runs in the last two innings.
have 1 h e ablht y lo achieve a varsilj
Frances Hlckey, '38, I','. Oreenbush, 1 anxious riders from being rudelj them past the seniors lo "Kink the
Tlie high point of the game came
hell Ii
As a ii" ull, there exists ui eighlh grade; William Uracil, '311, introduced 10 the ditches and mud- Navy" h'leiiow a n d later in Ihe game when Doc Fredericks trailed up to
lo "Dixie" s m i t h , Ii is quite e\idem the plate inul bunged about fifteen
.Slate a n II ii en iiiiiiii I program. T h e Congers, sociology; Edna Osborne. holes,
o h , I niel hot tu Hunkers 1 he ol her ihai very lew got by
p r o g r a m h a s been lucky enough lo '38,
Deposit, commerce;
Tliclma
"l'l"' | , | ' l ; l ''" s loul balls Into every section of Ihe
1
: cciu'e I lie Iciulei ship ol \ cry compe . .Miller. 38, Olcl Forge, commerce; day. S h e said ( ' a m p J o h n s t o n is cloulcrs.
woods. T h e only thing lie missed
lent m e n
it.-,sic Simmons, Hmlcyville, com- in A-l condition lor weekends, and
T h e l i p p c r c l i c MUCH l u l l e d t o s c o r e was Ihe lake but llial was lull of
that
she
h
a
s
a
lol
ol
guurailleed
lis I ' l l i i i n g s li.ii, increased each merce; Virginia Krains, '38, Heaver
in the first liming as did the faculty, freshmen anyway. T h e lards felt,
year a n d al Ihe close ol each year Palls, commerce; Clara Hlebner. '3.r>, hikes planned. T h e g u a r a n t e e means but In ihe second inning Ihe lads very sale perched a bout ihe playing
1 lie •. 11111 Is still I has « I'll ten I tills, lo Long 1 like, I .at in, Kli/.abei Ii Appcl- that tlie hike is mapped uiil in such .solved Hick's delivery lor lour runs. l a i d bin not one could be coaxed
ihe 1111:1! ; t o n nt ttic intramural dooru, :iil No Syracuse; C a t h e r i n e a fashion linn Inkers euinml w I lust Tlie 1;ICII1I,\ kidded the boys for back into Ihe trees.
38, Yorklown, commerce; And .she lias a lag surprise lor bicycle si veil Innings in which ihey failed 1 flic game was marked by the
season Willi pi ui: iiic words for mir h'cdih
ol I he most . iiceesslul winch Ull 1.1 I It'll n Muloiiej. Hlnghainloii; Leo enthusiasts! She's milking a r r a n g e , to score even a measly hilly. T h e absence of Individual stars. For the
I'liinl. ( iI'licI.. Hullslnii Spa. general m o m s lor bicycle lours Ihruughoui seniors in Ihe meanwhile were not .seniors, seven men featured with
mill ills have 1 I lei cd
1 he surrounding count r.v; Ule, but the
1:11411'.'
ciciicc, I lister Price, '38, Chester, cliiei difficulty seems to lie in find- unite so kind In I.icl 1 hey m a d e Ihe lour hits apiece while t h e faculty
matched this performance with nine
The inci easing uilen si ol bolh Knghsh. hlstor.\ . Mal'.V Hoc, "III. ing a place lo rent Ihe vehicles. liicuIlN u 1111; 11 > 1 > \ lo the tune ol
.seventeen runs T h e hoys were just men Willi three hits apiece. Howlueilll.N a n d sllidenls ol placing ( i r e c m 1 i11 - ('ciui'iil, commerce; Helen However, all will he solved.
about 10 siibsi it uie their fourth team ever, Torrens a n d Porclno kepi the
sports 111 the cul 1 leiihiiii ol e\cr\ W11I1,mis. '38, i'.'ldrcd; Clcllla Sulll1 Inivcu'i heard much about wind When Ihe pnils 111 a series of very lacull.v's thiriy-niie hits well scatin Milieu T h o m a s Houlihan,
• 1 iideiil is no priinl ol our plat I'm 111 I'.ni
1
goes
on
1
1
1
l
i
c
h
e
n
iliis
lull,
but
I
rush moments crossed the plate thir- tered,
38 Villain ; Margaret Tokus, '38,
H111 11 is .HI mtIn iii 1011
hope Ihei c-'ll lie 11 big liiuriianii nt
This wiis accomplished
There was a great deal of color
Winch leaves Us sol new I la I up in Sihei Springs, commerce; Florence \ 011 1 now 1 hi h'obiii Hood Influence teen limes
b\ u barrage ol base hits a n d a to the game, much of which was
III,- clniiil.
l''or \ oil • ee I lie desire ('in 11 •., "in. Strut ini d French ; John
I'll b e s e e i n g y o l l u n l e s s y o u g o t coined) ol errors by 1 lie .seniors T h e provided by Torrens' red shirt. Dean
ol I he leu Willi Ii .11 c so llrlnly held I me 111 '38, lied Hood, M'\ elilh and f a l l e n 01 d i e s o n I'lu.v I ) a \ .
boys dropped the ball as if it were a Nelson could be seen on the side. uiil I, grade, Couch; D»\ id Smith,
I I I I I I I I H H .1 l l i u i r ,
I .ove,
rattlesnake.
Successive
hits by lines dodging foul halls and foul
38, ('in mt ii, English; Dominic SierW e . 01 I h e y . c a l f I d o a t i l i n g c \
Anasliisia
Hardy, Cooper, Hicks. "Muslaclie balls could be seen on Ihe sidelines
ra, ;iii, Olnistcadville
commerce;
i'1'pi listen plan urge a n d hope.
Joe" .Smith, Bulger, Flsk a n d a few dodging Dr. South. T h e less a m Miirjorle
Carnegie, '37, Mineolu,
IIIHK—11)311
pros llial Ihey sneaked In on the bitious nil' p e r h a p s they would bo
library;
India
Newton,
'33,
Mineolu
Myskania Announces
Tins year's program Is listed on
side, aided the cause. Years rolled self-classed as Ihe most Intelligent)
tin- m e n ' s bullet in board, Thai I ittr- commerce; K u l h r y n Scott, Mineolu:
New Class Guardians off their backs as Ihey pounded members of faculty doited the landKhun Drown '38, WiUTcnsbiuy, third
ry HI n i l I n e r , p r e s i d e n t o f M e n ' s III
around the base paths nuul if you scape to form u "large" audience.
traiiuirul council. Is doing his purl is and fourth s n i d e s ; Bernard S h a w n : According to a n a n n o u n c e m e n t think Unit "pounded" isn't t h e proper
But it was a great game, T h e
'311, Allied; Charlotte Calow, '33, 81, made loduy by M.vskunin, senior lion. term, you should have been there.)
evident from his sincerity.
seniors, elated by their conquest—
Hcheiieciad.v,
( i c r i n u u ; ) oiur.v society, class g u a r d i a n s lor the
Ills p r o g r a m was formulated on Joseph's,
T h e game was a wild affair. T h e Ihey h a d been t h e underdogs in t h e
Slrevell, '38, Newberg, year will be:
the basis ol Ills own experience 111 Kathleen
faculty pounded out enough base
Seniors, Christine Ades a n d Julius hits to score In every inning but contest- run about shouting "Weni,
ins previous years of administration Public Library; W. Victor Owen,
and a s t h e result ol a great deal of ( h a d . , study hall; Orinund ciuyer, Hershkowitz; juniors, Betty Baker most of them were t h r o w n o u t trying Widi, Wiel!" T h e faculty was very
Pillsford, commerce; Oladys Fasole, and Edgar O'Hora; sophomores, J e u n to stretch home runs into singles u n h a p p y I
work.
RH E
lie h a s placed Oil his schedule '37, Klnderhook, substitute com- Strong u n d Leonard Frledlunder;
those t h i n g s which seem to best fol- merce; J a n e t Dibble, '38, Wapplngers freshmen, Betty Iiuyfoni u n d Robert T h e seniors h a d a n u n f o r t u n a t e ten Faculty 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 13 81 a
Hertwig,
Idenoy of trying lo inuke up for lost Seniors 0 4 3 1 2 8 2 8 6 29 37 0
Falls, English.
low your tastes. Ho go to It,
-C. F. F.-
Strattner Plans
Sports Program
Fall Season
B.
State Graduates
Begin New Duties
Battle of Seniors and Profs
Proves Brawn Master Over Brain
Page 4
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, SEPTEiMBER 23, 1938
Faculty Leaders
Attend Meetings
'News* Lists Milne High Practice
(Continued
from
page 2, column J/J
Htli—Short iniiiil II—Vii'Kinlii l''ur<\v.
Dr. A. R. Brubacher, president of 1'illi—History 0 — Dorothy MucLciin
and 10(11(h IJIIVIH,
t h e college, a n d Dr. Milton G. Nelson, (2th—IOIIKIIHII
IV—Kiitliryn lluppcl unci
dean, a r e a t t e n d i n g a n educational
Hiilvinii, OroNNiniiii.
conference today a n d tomorrow a t I I'.'lli—C'lii-iiilNtry—Karl f,enSe iinil John
Notiho.
Lake Placid.
— Oar! Schncl'l'lcr and
T h e prcs.ram includes a discussion | ^"'--Ki'rtn'iimljiii
Kiililiul Waterman.
fit SUri'lcnIum changes in n o r m a l I
12:35—1:30
schools.
I Year
S111>.11• <• I
Teuvher
Monday, D e a n Nelson a n d Dr. Ttli—ICIIKIIHII—Virginia Hciltnll anil I'eiirl
SIIIIIIIJOI-K,
J o h n M. Sayles, principal of Milne
7th—Social Studies—Clara Jlottialf untl
High school, will a t t e n d a conference
.Marlon Itoctkuf oiler.
of high school principals at S a r a n a c 71 h—JrutlinniatlcH—Maliel Furred,
7th—SlathcaiatlcM—llcrnlce
Grilles.
I n n on Upper S a r a n a c Lake.
Hlh—Social
Freshmen Will Attend
Weekly Cub Classes
Cub classes will meet Monday
and Tuesday in Room 111 of Draper
hall at 12:00 o'clock. All F r e s h m e n
interested are urged to attend.
Otto Howe and Leonard Kowalsky,
juniors, a n d associate m a n a g i n g editor of t h e N R W S , will direct the
classes for the first semester.
I.IIIIUIIIIKC—Lucille AICHHIUI-
il rln I.
Hlh—Modal l.iiMifiniKi'—Ifi'leii Bernard,
Htli—Knurl IHII—il UN tine lli'riiiiinn.
Htli—Social St allies—Robert (jorinan anil
Kixiint, Murphy.
Dili—lOlcniciitary Aljrelini — Raymond
|
XI Me.
llth—Elementary Algfebril—-leniine Welliherjfer.
lit h—HlnloK.v—Sum Oonnollno,
Dill—General Seience—CharleN Sluil'er.
Dili—Typewriting—Helen Lovvry.
Il'li—lull. Arts or Home Ke. '1 or (J.
»th—Art—IUIMN Miirlln,
Hilli—History A — Henrietta Hullircleli
"ml Until Mullen.
Illlh—lOnirllHh II — Kllzahetli I.ni'kwooii
and .Hiii'Jnrle (iilroy,
intli—Honie KcrtiKiinU'K i Of it
Kith—Industrial Arts—Mr. Raymond,
I'Mh—Arl—.Miss Martin,
mill—l-rencli I—ICIInor Decher,
I llli—I'laae tieomelry—Alary Hatpin.
Illh—HooUkcepInu' (Advanced) — Itlclinril I'lnlt.
llth—Kntrlisli III — John N'ordell ami
Jeanne (iosselln.
Illh—Art—.Miss Militia.
Illh—French II—lOliiine M*irse anil Vera
llass.
llth—litdastriiil Arts—.Mr. Kiiyiaoad.
Illh—Home Krnnolllics, ~ or 1,
I'ilh—Art—Miss .Martin.
I.'th—I'h.vsles I—Charles I'rilii 1(1 in.
I'ilh—I'IIIKIIHII IV — Gordon Kami and
Hull Downey.
Ill ll—Home I'lrnnninics, 'i or I.
I'ilh—( heinislry—Cecil Marino anil Arnold I'aliiilin.
Teachers
Chairmen Announce
Activities Program
Hoys, See. II and I, Til., !•'. — .Mary
O'Hoiniell.
GirjM, Sec, :i tinil I, M.. T,— Nan EinOPS'i
8th—IOIIKIISII—.Muiirline ilerir'.
from page 1, column 5)
Hlh—(ieueral Science—I,ciiiiui-il l-'reciuiiu. I (Continued
Hlh—I ml, Arts or Home He.—'I'll., F.
iors;
and
Jack
Gardephe, '41,
Hlh—.Mathematics—Howard York.
I will lend the assemblage in the
Htli—Mathematics—.Marion Dayton.
Dth—Ulolotry—Ditulul Wc.vler,
traditional State cheers a n d yells.
Illh—lOiDflish—Marlon Jliiist and Doris
Each class is expected to r e n d e r an
a p p r o p r i a t e song for t h e occasion
with all a t t e m p t i n g to demonstrate
supremacy in the singing art. Beside
these special renditions, t h e classes
will join in the singing of the college's traditional airs, under the
guidance of Mary Trainor, '40, S t u d e n t association songleader.
T h e singing of t h e traditional song
" G r e a t Fires" by the entire g a t h e r 1:35—2:30
ing will conclude t h e singing portion
Year
Subject
Teuchcr
71 It—Social Studies—liesslc ((iilnii and
of the program.
S h i r l e y 'I'houipson.
As the glowing embers of the great
7lli—(Jenerul Science
'I'll,, I'".— l.eonaril r'rccillau.
bonfire begin to flicker out, t h e
7 U i — l u i l . A r t s or H o m e 10c.—.M.. T . , \V.
united student group will form lines
7th— A r t
a n d weave about the campus of t h e
Hoys, St., W'.| Girls, 'I'll., I'. — Miss
.Martin.
Alumni Residence halls in a Snake
Till—Art
dance, and the coming of complete
Hoys. Jf., \V.i (ill-Is. 'I'll.. I'. — Miss
darkness will mark the close of
.Miirtin.
After 3:25
Till—Clinic UiiBllsh
(Musics l.iilxii'ator.v (any dil.v)—Charles a n o t h e r Activities Day.
I'nlnicr.
Illh—Social Studies — .losepli Itowlatid
mill Janet Gurne.v.
loth—French II—Ituth I'cliuisky.
Illlh—History A — Lawrence Strattner
and James Spelice.
Illlh—Itiisiuess Arithmetic—HUImnre Meliinson and William Kyan,
lOtlt—lOnifllnll II — 15111c Mahsifr and
( i i l h e r i n e Maloney.
Illh—I'laae Geometry—Dorothy Warren,
llth—Mll(fllsll 111—l.illian n i n e s ,
llth—Home Kconoiulcs (I.
llth—Latin III—Miss Johnson.
I lth—T.Y|>cwrilliiK—.Mildred Holt.
I'ilh — History ('—lllelturd Loasdiile and
Clement Wolff,
I'.Mh—Solid Geometry—William Torrcns.
1'ith— Inlct'iiiediiite
Allfchrn — Sylvia
Weiss.
Illlh—lOiiulisli IV—Jean strum;,
l-.'lh—I reinh IV — Mrs. Crellln mid
(>ll\e Kiuit.
t
l-'i-nliUllii.
State College News
Z-443
Juniors to Fete
Freshman Class
With Reception
Friedman Heads Committees;
Entertainment to Follow
Formal Greeting
STATE COLLRGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N. Y., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,
S. C. A. Plans Leaflet
Of Novel Experiences
Did you go to Pingo Pongo
this s u m m e r ? Did you kill a
porcupine? Doubtlessly you did
something as interesting? Maybe
you started a new hobby or met
a n i m p o r t a n t person? If so, you
are just t h e person S t u d e n t
Christian association wants to
meet. S. C. A. plans to issue a
leaflet full of your good times.
All you have to do is write up
your experiences a n d drop t h e
story in t h e S, C. A. office on
Monday from
2:00 to 5:00
o'clock.
S. C, A. hopes to see you this
Tuesday a t 3:30 in t h e Lounge.
Robert M a r t i n , '40, who is general c h a i r m a n , will feature a
radio hour Willi Professor Quiz.
Each of the four commissions
will be represented and given an
audition. Besides the quick quiz
program t h e r e will be musical
selections by some of S. C. A.'s
talented members.
1938
VOL. XXIII, No. 2
Serge Jaroff to Direct Don Cossacks
In Music Council Presentation Monday
FAMED CHORAL GROUP AT STATE
j World Famed Choral Group
Visits State College
For Third Time
C O N C E R T IN P A G E H A L L
T h e traditional junior reception to
the incoming freshman class will
V a r i e d P r o g r a m t o Consist
take place tonight from 8:00 to 12:00
o'clock in Page hall, and in the Comof R u s s i a n F o l k M u s i c ,
mons of Hawley hall, according to
Religious Songs
t h e a n n o u n c e m e n t of J a n i c e F r i e d man, general chairman.
T h e first in this year's series of
Dancing in C o m m o n s
Music council presentations will
T h e freshmen will meet a t 8:00
bring the world famed Don Cossacks
o'clock in the Page hall auditorium,
to Page hall, Monday night at 8:30
where they will be formally welo'clock, for t h e first time since 1935.
comed by Rita Sullivan, president of
T h e chorus will be u n d e r the directhe class. T h e e n t e r t a i n m e n t will
tion of Serge Jaroff, noted conductor
be provided by the d r a m a t i c and a r of this choral group.
tistic talent of the juniors.
After
T h e Don Cossacks, who recently
the auditorium reception, the sister
celebrated their fifteenth a n n i v e r classes will enjoy refreshments and
sary, hold t h e record of having sung
d a n c i n g in the Commons. Lew Rider
more consecutive concerts a n d a p a n d his orchestra will supply t h e
peared in more cities t h a n any other
music for the "jitterbugs."
choral organization in the world.
T h e Don Cossacks Chorus which h a s given more t h a n 3,750 concerts T h e chorus has given more t h a n
T h e e n t e r t a i n m e n t , according to
in every country of Europe will appear at S t a t e college for the third time. 3750 concerts in every country of
latest reports is going to be a "wow."
T h e skit for the evening is going to
Europe and the other continents.
be a portrait of a couple of fresh- M e t z g e r H e a d s C o m m i t t e e s ;
Colorful Folk Songs
men who have be°n on the S t a t e
Sororities to W e l c o m e
T h e y offer a program of colorful
college campus for just one week.
folk songs of a former Russia. T h r e e
Freshman Women
T h e freshmen have ignored the a d groups of songs are included: church
vice of their Junior guides, and
music, the h a u n t i n g Russian folk
T h e a n n u a l Intcrsorority tea Will
.sutler disaslrous consequences.
songs, and the final group of stirring
lake place in the gymnasium of Page
Faculty C h a p e r o n e s
Cossack soldier songs which are a c Tlie faculty mid chaperons are as i hall tomorrow afternoon, from 3:00
Advisors
D i r e c t companied by shrill calls, barbaric
follows: George M. York, professor until 5:00 o'clock, according to an C l a s s M a r s h a l s t o R e c e i v e M y s k a n i a
shouts, and frenzied dancing. T h e y
of commerce and Mrs. Yore; and a n n o u n c e m e n t by Mary Agnes Met/.N o m i n a t i o n of O f f i c e r s
have a startlingly beautiful d r a m a t i c
R i b b o n s in A s s e m b l y ;
ger.
"ill,
Chi
Sigma
T
h
e
l
a
.
president
Paul G. Bulger, assistant instructor
effect, achieved by their own u n F
o
r
C
l
a
s
s
o
f
'
4
2
oi
Intcrsorority
counc.i.
V
o
t
e
f
o
r
"
M
o
s
t
s
"
of commerce and personnel assis- j
canny use of voice.
Miss Metzger has chosen the foltnnl, and Mrs, Bulger.
T h e Don Cossacks a r e the last
T
h
e
freshmen
conducted
their
first
Ai 11:()() o'clock this inoi ning, Dr.
T h e members of the junior class lowing committees to assist her: genr e m m a n t s of the "Eleventh Lost
class
meeting
on
Wednesday,
under
who will assist a r e : e n t e r t a i n m e n t . eral cliairinan. Alpha Epsilon Phi; A. R. Brubacher, president ol the
I Tribe" which was extinguished overRay Grebei't, c h a i r m a n . Bob Anlbal, orchestra, G a m m a K a p p a P h i ; (low- college, will address I he .student a s - ' he (hreel ii n ol Bel ly Hayford and night, during the World War, T h e
Louis Franccllo. and Lynn Dibble; ers, Bela Zeta; decorations. Pi Alpha sembly, according io the a n n o u n c e - Itebi ri Hertwia. senior Myskania ad- Cossacks have always been a spirited,
refreshments, Ruby Stewart, c h a i r - Tail; refreshments, Phi Delia and menl of J o h n Edge, '30, president ol visors. T h e purpose ol the meeting •fiery people, and the Don Cossacks
m a n , Ellen Pfdersen Virginia Elsnn, Alpha Rho; programs. Delta Oliii-gu tin' sludeni association. Ii will be was lo nominate olficers for the bring this spirit in a vivid fashion
coming year.
\ in their music.
and J a n e Barrett; a r r a n g e m e n t s , and Sigma Alpha; a r r a n g e m e n t s ,
his fin I assembly appearance before
I'l i sitlcnl. \ i< (--President
Belly Gorgen; reception, Marcia i Kappa Delia and Phi L a m b d a ; floor,
They are ail physical gifints, in
1
The following were nominated for i direct contrast to their leader, Serge,
Brown, chairman, Mary Arnilt. M a n e Psi G a m m a ; a n d clean-up. Chi Sig- the freshmen.
Met/., Lillian Rivkind, Doris .Similes. ma T h e l a .
Following his spcecn, the class pi- sidi m : T h o m a s Augustine, J o s - who is very small in s t a t u r e , but who
of
superhuman
aid [larriel Sprague: floor, Walter
m a r s h a l s for Ihe year '.i.i '.'in "ill eph Larko, T h o m a s George, Herberl seems possessed
Annual Party
Ali,.ire. Ira Hirsch, Thomas Parsons. power and energy.
Siinmi
publicity, SU-wari
As has been the custom in prev- receive their ribbons. The n:\\ m a r Willi on Matthews, Ralph Tibbetts,
These lamed "Men Without a
ious years, the tea is being con- shals a r e : Florence Huberer. C a r Country" are hoping lo become U n i t ,
ducted in e n t e r t a i n the freshman roll L e h m a n and Katherine Adams. EH ion Williams.
For vice-president: Paul Merrill. ed Slates citizens. Ti was. strangely
women, and to enable them to meel seniors; William Ryerson. Eloise
William Matthews, Florence Hal- enough, their homesickness which
the representatives of all the sorHart m a n and Darwin Van Keurun, breich.
Herbert
Moore.
Barbara lirsl caused the organization of ,his
orities of S l a t e college.
juniors; Arnold Ellerin ami Alice Howard, Ruth Nie.sen, Joseph Larko, group in a prison camp, during t h e
Upon entering the hall, the fresh- Abclove, sophomores; Dolores Hav- Anita Holm. J e a n Sears, Nicholas World War, Since t h a t time they
men will he given program cards lick and Loihar Shuli/,, freshmen. Morsillo, Marie Coarsey, Edward have put their longing for the famT h e a n n u a l cnllecllnn of student listing the order in which they are
lax reached a lulal of 970 tickets up lo visil the various sorority tables. Their duties consist of keeping order Hoistein. Selma Leis, F r a n k Evans. iliar homeland into song. T h e h i s Secretary, Treasurer
tory of the Don Cossacks has also
to lasl Wednesday, according to the
Lew Rider and his orchestra, has in the auditorium during sludeni
on. pug'1: )t, column
V
Nominations for secretary were: (Continued
aiiiiouneeinelil of Mr. Clarence A. been the choice of the music com- assemblies and on Moving-up day.
J
a
n
e
Evans,
Armedu
Black,
Belly
Hidley, assistant professor of history mittee lor the affair.
Voles will be east
SorUwPtdttiJoiiiti Gilmore, Lauretta Servalius, J e a n and faculty treasurer of the Student
1'iirmal Hushing lie-ins
"Mosts" for the Senior class,
'('iiniiiiiit
it mi page
.'/, column
'<>
Board of Finance,
This total is
The tea will bring to a close the
fifty-two tickets ahead of the colAclection of last year at the s a m e time. period of informal rushing.
cording lo I he rules set by the counT h e freshman class, no exception cil, the formal n o n - r u s h i n g period
to the law of averages, h e a d s the will begin at 5:00 o'clock S a t u r d a y
One week from tonight, Friday,
li.sl Willi a purchase of 284. T h e afternoon.
October 7, the sophomore class of
sophomores capture second place
S t a l e college will officially welcome
Member sororities of Intersorority
with 241 tickets purchased.
The
<$
the class of '42. 1941 promises t h a t
other two upper classes a r e both in council in order of their founding
s
u
m
m
e
d
up
T
h
e
s
e
days,
all
newspapers
pride
hi
entire
European
the freshmen will have a good time
third place by virtue of a tie, each are: Delta Omega, Kappa Delia, Psi themselves on the services of a polit- situation in a p a r a g r a p h
which
having purchased 204 tickets, G r a d u - G a m m a , Chi Sigma T h e l a , Alpha ical c o m m e n t a t o r . The NKW.S, un- might have conu from a newspaper if it kills them. T h e program for the
event will consist of a s t u n t p r e ate students account for fourteen, Epsilon Phi, G a m m a Kappa Phi, fortunately, has none. However, we of a week ago:
sented by members of t h e sophomore
while miscellaneous persons have Beta Zeta, Pi Alpha Tail, P h i Delia, do have a fairly accurate prophet
"Europe is today sick of war, h o p - class and directed by Frederick Day,
Alpha Rho, Sigma Alpha, and Phi
purchased twenty-four,
as regards historical viewpoint in the ing for peace, but every country t h a t dancing in the gym, and. lasl but
Lambda.
Those persons of the s t u d e n t body
form ol Dr. Adna W. Risley of our can is a r m i n g to defend herself and not least, refreshments. Music will
who have failed to purchase stuown history department.
preparing
for a n o t h e r
conflict." be furnished by Bob Reid and his
dent tax tickets are earnestly urged
One of the reporters, culling over iEd. n o t e : This was in September, orchestra.
to do so Immediately, since paysome past issues of Ihe Niows, found 1024!i
Barbara Ferree, general c h o i r m a n
m e n t of student tax is necessary if
a story headed t h u s : FRESHMAN
"The common people in all n a t i o n s for the event has a n n o u n c e d t h e
one wishes to be recommended by
IDOL R E T U R N S — RIZ R E P O R T S do not want war. But they haven't following
committees:
reception,
the appointment bureau for future
C O N D I T I O N S IN EUROPE.
the say, And—if the common people Rosemary McCarthy, c h a i r m a n , Willeaching positions. This regulation
want
something
and
can't
get
it
T h e G e r m a n club plans to conduct
liam Holler, Madeline Scesny, Lee
In the course of the article, Prowas instil tiled last year a t t h e rea social gathering Wednesday night, fessor Risley gave his interviewer without war they will want war and Durllng;
arrangements,
Charles
quest of Dr. A. It. Brubacher, presithey
will
get
it."
ai 7:Ut) o'clock. E n t e r t a i n m e n t will some of the Impressions thai he had
Quinn,
chairman,
Enes
Novelli,
dent of the college.
be provided for and refreshments on his r e t u r n from his then recent
T h e n , before Hitler, Goering and Herbert Oksala, Beth Donahue, HelStudent lux has been collected will be served. T h e club plans to lrip lo Europe.
jGoebbels;
before
Mussolini
h a d mut]] Schoen; e n t e r t a i n m e n t , F r e d during the pusl week by the m e m - have hikes later in Hie year.
.achieved his present position of im- erick Day, chairman, Daniel Bucci,
Among
his
predictions
(hen,
which
bers iif the Student
Board ol
iporlance, "Riz" hud this to say of J e u n n e t t o Evans; music, Jack G a r T h e French club will receive its
are significant in the light of presFinance.
Germany;
new members
on T h u r s d a y
in
dephe, chairman, Robert
Mesek,
ent day events, were the facts Unit
I he Lounge of Richardson hull
Betty
Parrot
t;
refreshments,
Tillie
"The
Dawes
plan
.
.
.
may
foretell
Europe would again be at war in
Stunts, get-ac(|iiainted games, and
Rattray,
E. E. P. to Celebrate
twenty years or less; thai Austria the r e t u r n into power of a G e r m a n y Stern, c h a i r m a n , Anne
singing will be on the program and
'out of it'; t h a t the United S l a t e s t h a i does not believe she was respon- Eleanor Greenglass, Shirley Van
Moving Into New Home refreshments will be served. T h e isis one
of the few countries that really sible for t h e last war. Today Ihe n a - Valkenburgh, Estelle Englehart, Artions are too weary to fight.
But nold Ellerin, Joseph S c h w a r t z ; p u b T h e Edward Elder Potter club will club will have one meeting a month leaches and preaches Ideals.
licity, William Cameron, c h a i r m a n ,
they will not remain so Jong."
conduct a housewarming p a r t y at throughout the year.
Professor Risley further said t h a t
On Thursday, October 13, the
the new fraternity house, 405 S t a t e
It would soom from the foregoing Alice Abelove, William Miller.
street, next Saturday night, from Classical club will welcome t h e fresh- conflicting racial ideas, back grounds, that not for nothing was Professor
According io Merrill
Walrath,
men with a reception. Refreshments customs, languages, and, most im- Risley thought of as one of the best president of the class of 1041, quote,
8:30 o'clock to 12:00 o'clock.
portant,
aspirations,
precluded
possiinfoimed men in the country, outside "The fun will last us long as the
Potter Club throws its doors open will be served and a good program,
the s l a t e d e p a r t m e n t , on European F r e s h m e n last. For a n o r m a l class
to tlie entire s t u d e n t body. Every- under the direction of Marion K u r - bility of p e r i u a n e n i peace,
lansik, will be conducted.
In concluding (hat interview 'Riz' affairs.
one is urged to attend.
that's about three hours and a half."
Greeks' Tea Ends
Informal Rushing
Students to Hear Freshmen Have
Dr. A. R. Brubacher
itial Meeting
. . . and with more smokers
every day who find in Chesterfield's refreshing mildness and better taste just what they want in a
It takes good things to make a good
prod net. That's why we use the best
ingredients a cigarette can have
—mild ripe tobaccos and pure
cigarette paper — to make Chesterfield the cigarette that smokers
say is milder and better-tasting.
Freshman Class Leads
In Student Tax Saies
'Riz'Prophesied Germany's Rise
To Power Fifteen Years Ago
Departmental Clubs
Plan for New Year
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