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Brock and Hincs
To Head Guides
T h e office of the D e a n of Women
h a s released the appointment of
H e r b e r t Brock, '44, and R u t h Hines,
'45, as Student Guide Co-Chairman'
for 1943-44.
Dr. Stokes explained that because
of t h e shortage of men in the class
of '45, it was necessary to select a
m a n from the incoming Senior class
as o n e of the chairmen.
This appointment of a Senior
t h e customary "Junior Guides" to
necessitates the change in tile from
" S t u d e n t Guides".
T h e d u t y of Guides is to m e e t and
escort the freshmen in their first
week of college. Each Guide has
three or four "freshmen sisters" or
"brother" to whom they write bafore
the semester
begins,
describing
State and its extra-class activities.
There will be a list posted on the
bulletin board outside of the Dean
of Women's office for S t u d e n t Guide
volunteers to sign up. Dr. Stokes
says, "More women Guides will be
needed for next year. All students
interested please sign as soon as
possible".
A quota will be selected from the
list of volunteers.
These students
will be informed of their duties b e fore the end of the semester.
Guides this year have assumed
additional duties by assisting at
present with freshmen interviews
and escorting prospective students
to the various faculty members.
Senior Pictures Due May 15
Frances Bourgeois, '43, Director
of the State College Press B u r e a u
has announced that all Seniors must
h a v e their pictures in to Press B u reau before May 15.
This is necessary if the Seniors
wish notices put in their h o m e town newspapers about graduation
and contracts.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY MAY 7, 1943
S C A Office Coo/s Off
After 200 Degree Heat
Last S a t u r d a y the S C A - N e w m a n Hillel office was d e s t r o y e d by h o t
steamer from a broken valve u n d e r
the Commons.
The valve broke a b o u t 4:30 A. M.
S a t u r d a y morning, b u t was n o t d i s covered by the j a n i t o r s till 9 A. M.
the same morning. Since the w i n dow was closed, the steam h a d very
little outlet and the office h a d
reached a t e m p e r a t u r e of 200 d e grees at the time of the discovery.
A great p a r t of the S C A library w a s
either watersoaked or b u r n e d by
the steam. The walls w e r e blistered
and the paint b u r n e d from the desk
lops. F o r t u n a l e l v the SCA ballots
were in the steel file cabinet, which
was left intact.
It will be necessary to refurnish
and redecorate the entire office, b u t
it is doubtful if this will be done
till next year.
Alumni Pledge Blanks
Ready for Class of '43
J a n e Edmunds, '43, has a n n o u n c e d
that alumni pledge cards are now
available for m e m b e r s of the Senior
Class.
This year, because of the
war. only the women are asked to
pledge.
These subscriptions are for the
purpose of paying for the c o n s t r u c tion of Sayles Hall and the m a i n tenance of both A l u m n i Residence
Halls. The usual a m o u n t r e q u e s t e d
is $100, payable in full or over a
period of five or ten years.
For
convenience, each contributor may
chose her own date for payment.
On Friday, May 14, at 4 P.M.,
the A l u m n i will give a tea for the
Seniors in Farrell Mansion.
The captains, whose duties a r e to
distribute cards to each Senior, are
Shirley Coddington, Flora M. G a s pary, Madge Sinclair, Rita Hickey
and Barbara Kerlin.
AD Presentation Predicated Ratio for Next Year
Slated May 21 Nine Women for Every Male
T h e Advanced D r a m a t i c s play,
Ladies in R e t i r e m e n t , scheduled for
presentation in P a g e Hall on May 21,
is now in advanced stage of p r o duction.
Miss A g n e s E. F u t t e r e r ,
Assisstant Professor of English, and
director of the Percy and D e n h a m
play, says "It is shaping u p very
nicely."
T h e east, comprised entirely of
s t u d e n t s from the Advanced D r a matics class, includes such veterans
as Rhona Ryan, T r e c e Aney, Lois
Hampcl, Mary S t u d e b a k e r , Marjorie
Breunig, and Harold A s h w o r t h .
The play is essentially a m e l o d r a m a , though not of the "Curse
You, J a c k D a l t o n " variety.
Miss
Aney plays a m u r d e r e s s , Misses
S t u d e b a k e r and B r e u n i g two m a d
sisters, Miss Ryan a lady who "gets
around", Miss Hampel a flirt, and
Mr. Ashworth a two-faced schemer.
This play has been performed on
Broadway and in the movies by t o p notch actors.
Admission may be gained by s t u dent tax tickets.
Budget Survey
The S t u d e n t Association, at the
Budget Session last Friday, voted to
have the S t u d e n t Tux lowered to
$12.
This reduction is possible as a
result of the $2,024.45 decrease in
the 1934-44 budget, as well as the
anticipated surplus.
The budget was passed with little
comment and no alteration.
The
STATE COLLEGE N E W S ,
D&A,
WAA, Infirmary
Fund,
Student
Council, and the F r e s h m e n H a n d book sought slight increases. The
other activities all took c u t s with
the exception of the Literary A n nual, Secretarial Contingent, T r e a s urer's Bond, and the Press Bureau,
which kept their present status.
"By J a n e H e a t h If Wednesday's showing of high
school seniors applying for college
is indicative of the t r e n d of n e x t
year's freshman class, the ratio of
women to men will be 9 to 1. O n e eighteenth of the women, we p r e dict, will submit to a vigorous
glamorization p r o g r a m outlined by
sophisticated roommates. Dr. C r o a s dalb will prescribe monocles for at
least five per cent of the women b e fore the Veronica Lakes receive
their mid-semester grades.
Next
year's
remaining
upperclassmen
are expected to lose fraternity pins
to at least o n e - n i n t h of the frosh
women, if indeed we can predict at
all. A Marine Corps Reserve m e m ber whistled and l a m e n t e d his J u n e
graduation a t this p a r t i c u l a r o n e ninth. Said he, " M o v i n g - U p Day
will certainly m e a n M o v i n g - O u t for
me. I should like to stay for that!"
Predictions for the m a n - p o w e r of
the Class of '47 are not encouraging.
Even worse than the position of its
rival class will be the Class of '47's,
according to Wednesday's survey.
Shortly after their eighteenth b i r t h days,
both
men
interviewed
Wednesday expect 1A classifications and invitations from their
draft boards.
Since those i n t e r viewees will leave before J a n u a r y ,
the second semester will find the
Class of '47 manless, if, of course,
the showing of two d a y s ago is an
accurate representation.
Berton F e l d m a n of Troy and
George F r a n k of Scotia were the
men interviewed. With a b r u s h c u t
and pocketed hands, F e l d m a n pondered the present s e t - u p of State.
One hand came out of his pocket
long enough to r u b his chin and pat
the brush c u t when h e talked about
the overflow of women. F r a n k , e m bryonic BMOC with a wide grin,
slated, "The ratio? I t doesn't bother
me in the least."
Among the women was a trio
from Nott Terrace with a long list
of e x t r a - c u r r i c u l a r activities and a
comfortable honor roll record. They
were Eleanor Williams, Virginia
Droms and Irene P r a z a k whose interests would c o m m a n d e e r the e n tile faculty's instruction and m e m bership in almost every e x t r a - c l a s s
organization.
J e a n n e Cavanagh was the student predicted to be the p i n - w e a r e r
of next year's frosh.
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ALBANY, NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1943
Election W o n by 40 Votes;
Marks First Girl President
Goldstein, Wolfe Take
Major Student Posts
For the first time in the history
of State College a woman has been
elected President of the S t u d e n t
Association. Patricia Latimer bears
this outstanding distinction and will
preside over the meetings of the
association d u r i n g the coming year
and over those of S t u d e n t Council.
The a n n o u n c e m e n t of Miss L a t i mer's election was greeted by shouts
and cheers of approval from the
crowd of students, parents, and
faculty, gathered to witness the t r a ditional Moving-Up Day ceremonies.
Although Miss Latimer has been
an active participant in politics d u r ing her college career, the election
for the coveted presidency was
closely
contested
and
Bertram
Kiley, Miss Latimer's competitor,
lost out by only 40 votes in an
election in which 482 votes were
cast.
As the u n d e r - d o g Kiley, a
newcomer to politics, made a significant stand in the face of Miss
Latimer's experience. This was hi.-,
first campaign for a s t u d e n t association office and from the results it is
evident thai the women's block was
p..: i,,!:dl, backing U'.ib U . ;
since Kiley emerged with a strong
following.
Latimer Experienced
Miss Latimer, long a leader in
student politics, was Vice-President
of the Class of 1944 during her freshman year. As a Sophomore she ran
lor Secretary of the Student Association and gained this election,
thus serving in this capacity for a
year. Lasl year Miss Latimer, continuing in polities, ran for VicePresident of the Association bill
was defeated by Harold Ashworth
by 53 voles in an election in which
•11)1 votes were cast.
Even in the lace of a decreased
enrollment, Ibis year's election chew
\H2 voters to the polls lo vote for
their choice for President in comparison with til!) last year.
The race for Vice-President or
"Yo-yo" was
an
overwhelming,
clear-cut victory for Harold Goldstein, who o u t r a n k e d bis nearest
rival in the first voliug by HH votes.
In the revote between Goldstein and
Barbara P u t n a m he was elected by
a majority of 1)4 voles, indicating
that bis campaign was met Willi
some backing by the feminine element of the college. Miss P u t n a m ' s
vole in the first balloting was trailed
by Nora Giavelli by lour votes
Secretarial Kare ( l o s e
The race for Secretary was more
ih,HI holly contested. This election
carried over into a third revote in
which Evelyn Wolff outdistanced
Maiie Scudder by the narrow m a r gin of lour votes. In the first voting Miss Scudder fell behind Elizabeth I. McGrath by 2'i voles, but
outdistanced both Miss McGrath and
Miss Wolll in ihe revote only In
fall behind after Miss McGrath was
eliminated.
In llii olbi'i Student Associali in
elections competition was practically
nil.
For Songleadcr Mary Casey
defeated Martha Sprengcr hv a sub
stanlial majority and also defeated
Marie Scudder in the contest I'oi
Representative lo Music Council by
(IH v o l e s .
Coj/yiiglit 19-1), l/fiom & Mmi'loiMxii Cu
EXTRA
Three Councils
Select Officers
Out-going officers of Dramatic
and Art Council, Music Council,
and Debate Council welcomed their
successors in the traditional Movi n g - U p Day exercises this morning.
Trece Aney, '44, who was tapped
for Myskania, will head Dramatic
and Art Council next year, assisted
by Ruth Hines, '45, as T r e a s u r e r .
Elizabeth I. McGrath is the new
council m e m b e r chosen from the
incoming
Sophomoie
class
and
automatically becomes Secretary of
the council.
Music Council elected Nancy Wilcox, '44, operetta representative, to
the Presidency.
Miss Wilcox was
also among those tapped lor Myskania this morning and directed this
year's operetta, Tlie Gondoliers, by
Gilbert and Sullivan.
Carmelina
Losurdo and J a n e Southwick, J u n iors, were re-elected Secretary and
T r e a s u r e r , respectively.
Members
at large to the Council a r e : Mary
Dorothy
Alden,
operetta;
Jean
.. h a p m a n , c h o r u s, Sophomores;
.Mary Lou Casey, '40, S t u d e n t Association; Publicity Director, Mary
S t u d e b a k e r , '44.
The Debate Council gavel goes I i
Harry Wurtz, '44. Other election
results
include:
Vice-President.
Geraldine Merhofl', '45; Secretary,
J a n e Hooth; T r e a s u r e r , Edna Mar.-h,
Sophomores; Council members, Rit i
Daly and Luis Hampel, J u n i o r s , an.I
Mary Dorothy Alden, '45.
Clubs, Forum Announce
Officers For Next Year
The Forum of Politics and Ihe
d e p a r t m e n t a l clubs have elected
iheir officers for Ihe coining year.
Rhona Ryan, '44, will be the
speaker of the Forum with Sunna
Cooper, '45. as Clerk; and Terry
Smyth, '40, as T r e a s u r e r .
Commerce C l u b has .selected ihe
billowing officers
lor ncxl yeai .
President, Adelia Bucei; Vice-President, Madura Dailey, J u n i o r s ; S e c r e tary, Dorothy Falk, '45; Ti ca> urer,
Solum Kreisberg, '4(i.
International Relations Club r e ports the following elections; President, Vivian Marion; Vice-Prcsidenl,
Jack
Duly;
Secretary,
Margarel
R.iychelT, J u n i o r s ; Treasurer, Marion
MacCallum, '45.
Tin' olliceis of Spanish Club arc
as follows: President, Patricia Frey,
'44; Vice-President, Joan Smith, 15,
Secretary, Eugene La Chansc, '44;
T r e a s u r e r . Dolores Di Kubbo, '14,
The President ol French Club will
be Theresa Misurelli, '44
Other
olliceis i n c l u d e
Vice-President,
Eugenia La C h a n s c ; and Secretary,
Josephine De Coslon/o, Juiil 'is, an I
Treasurer, Constance Tittcriiiglon,
•Hi
Classical Club officers have been
i ! n lid as follows: President, Geraldine IVhiboll, '44; Vice-President,
Phyllis S n y d e r ; T r e a s u r e r , Josephin-.'
Sinion, Jiiuiois; Secretary, Doris
J e n k s , '4li.
Edith Heard and J e a u e l l c Shay
were chosen
as officers of Pi
Omega Pi,
Baxter, Stengel
Will Edit NEWS
"Ped" Names Domann
Editor of New Board
With this year's elections the
News Board rove ts to the policy of
1941-42 in naming Co-editors. J a n e t
Baxter and Mary Elizabeth Stengel,
Juniors, will cooperate in guiding
the paper d u r i n g the coming year.
The sister publication of Ihe NKWS
will also be guided by a girl, when
Mary Domann, '14, assumes the editorship next year.
Tliis year no appointment
as
Managing Editor was made to the
News Board. S u n n a Cooper, J a n e
Heath, and Dorothy Meyers, Sophomores, were named Associate Editors. They served on the NKWS stall
during the past year as Sophomore
desk editors. The remaining m e m bers of Ihe board are as follows:
Business
Manager,
Mary
Jane
Pickert; Advertising Manager, C a r melina Losurdo; Circulation Manager, Lillian Gross; Sports Editor,
Bertram Kiley. All are Juniors.
Silver keps were awarded for
meritorious service lo Harold F e i genbaum,
Herbert Lelicker, and
Shirley Wurz. Seniors.
Aiding Miss Dormann on the
Pedflf/of/i<e wall ba Businc s Manager, Helen S, '.:,'. iwsky; Phot jgraphy Editor, Dora Aungst; Literary
Editor, Margaret HaychelT; A d v e r tising Editor, Joan Hoffman,
All
arc J u n i o r s .
As announced d u r i n g this m o r n ing's exercises. Ihe results of the
elections lo Press Bureau are as follows: Director, Adelia Bucei; Secretary, Eugenia La Chansc, J u n i o r s ;
new board members include Helen
Lawloli, Theresa Misurelli, Winifred
Morris, Juniors, and A r t h u r R u s sell, '46. Silver keys were awarded
lo Janet L e d and Shirley Long,
Seniors, for outstanding service.
Four Religious
Clubs
Elect New Directors
The College's SCA. Newman Chili
llillel Society, and ihe Christian
Science Organization, the sectarian
organizations connected with ihe
c illcge, have elected Eunice Baud,
II, Florence Garfall, '45, Ada S n y der, '44, and Elizabeth Peahody, '43,
iheir respective leaders lor 111411-44,
To assisl Miss Baird in SCA will
be Vice-President, Patricia Frey,
'44; Treasurer, Eleanor Hayslip, '45;
and Secretary, Mary Lou Casey, '4(i.
Miss Garfall will head Newman
Club will) Margarel Byrne, '44, as
Vice-President; Marie DeChcne, '15,
as Secretary; and Bells' J. McGrath,
•Hi. Trcasuroi.
llillel Society will have Ihe following olbeeis: President, Ada S n y der; Vice-President, Dorothy Falk,
'45; Secretary, Beatrice Haymon, '45;
and Treasurer, Selma Kreisberg, Hi
Pi Gamma Mu Members
Pi (lamina Mu. National Honorary
Social Studies Fraternity, has added
lo lis rosier fifteen Stale College
Juniors including Rita Daly. Athena
Demos, Lillian Gross, Ethel llellei line, Patricia Latimer, Vivian Marion, Winifred
Morns, Anne P.
Murphy, Benjamin Heed. Ilannelore
Schoen, Ada Snyder, Mary S t u d e baker,
Margaret
Tauh,
Mildred
Wiroslofl, and Harry Wurz.
VOL. XXVII. NO. 27
2 Men, 8 Women Selected
Members of Campus Society
Moving-Up Day Schedule
12:00 P. INI.—Ivy speech by Verna
Snyder Dehhold in
front of Hawlcy Hall.
1:0(1 IV M.—Music Council Concert in Page Hall
auditorium. P c r c y
Grainger and Choral
Society.
7:00 I*. M.—Freshman-Sophomore
rivalry skits in Page
Hall.
8:00 P, M.—Step-sing in front of
Draper Hall.
0:00 I*. M.—Dance, Commons,
Competition Brisk
In Class Elections
The class of 11)44, casting a m i n ority vole totaling 03, selected F r e d erick A. Shoemaker as President in
a contested revote election which
was won by a plurality of only 111
votes.
The incoming Junior class intrusted class management to Fl irenco Garfall for Ihe third time.
Miss Garfall's vote of confidence
exceeded J a n e Rooth's vote by
the substantial margin of 3(3,
The class of 1946 elected Robert
Sullivan President on the sec.mil
ballot.
Class of 1043: Ivy Speaker. Verna
Snyder Dehhold; Class Poel. Muriel
Scovell; Class Prophet,
Dorothy
lluyck;
Class
Historian,
Gloria
Caminnrnta,
Class of Mill:
President, Fred
Shoemaker; Vice-President, Lucille
Crantz: Secretary, Georgia H a r d esly; Treasurer, Evelyn McGow.iii:
Songleadcr,
Helen
Elgin;
WAA
Manager, Dorothy Townscnd: WAA
Representative, Kalhryn Herdnian;
Publicity Director, Mary S t u d e b a k er
Class of llll."): President, Florem
Garfall;
Vice-Presidenl,
Joanein
Buyck; Secretary, Belly II iwcll:
Treasurer, Nora Criiuun. Sniv-tIcader, Martha
Sprenger;
WAA
Manager.
Nora
Giavelli;
WAA
Representative, Mary Now: Choi i leader, Joan Smith; Editor of Frosh
Handbook, Joan Hylind.
Class of 1(14(1: President, Robi rt
Sullivan; Vice-Presidenl. Priscill >
Hayes; Secretary, Eileen Mood\ ;
Tieasurer, Elizabeth J. McGrath:
Songleadcr, Peggy Casey; WAA
Manager, Georgette Dunn; WAA
Ropresonlative, Eileen M. Slump;
Cheerleader, Genevieve
Sahat.ni;
Publicity Director, Kit Kendall,
Kunz Joins Myskania
In Impressive Ritual
The large crowd of students, faculty, and guests gathered in Page
Hall auditorium to witness the t r a ditional Moving-Up exercises saw
not only the eight black-gowned
members of Myskania rise from
their chairs, b u t George Kunz, a
member of the armed forces of the
United States, who was tapped for
the campus leadership society last
year. As often as possible d u r i n g
this year, chairs have been loft for
the five absent members, but this
morning only four were vacant.
Suspense centered around the q u e s tion as to w h e t h e r K u n z would tap
and as to whether the other chairs
would be filled or left vacant.
This year the roster of members
has been reduced. The last Myskania lo have ten m e m b e r s was that
of 1SM0-41. This year (be women
outnumber the men eight to two.
Bombard Opens Ceremony
Owen Bombard opened the c e r e monies with a slaw, deliberate walk
and escorted back Kalhcrine M a r garet Herdnian, new President of
WAA.
Mildred Mattice was next in line
lo tap, but instead Emily Blasiar
returned with Patricia Grace L a t i mer, newly chosen President of the
Student Association. Since it has
been customary during the last few
years for the present President to
lap his successor, speculation was
rife as lo whether Miss Latimer had
gained the office.
Miss Latimer
was this year's Prom Queen and has
been Secretary.
Miss Matties was
slill next in line, but Lois Hafloy
named Edith Trelcase Aney. P r e s i deni of Dramatic and Art Council
and active member of Advanced
Dramatics, Miss Matlice's turn had
come and she r e l u m e d to the stage
wilb the first man. Frederick Arlington Shoemaker, Presideni of the
Class of 11)44.
Herdman, Kiley Heads
Kunz Taps Domann
Muriel Scovell followed next and
will he succeeded by .lane! Kalhryn
liaxlcr on Ihe NEWS as well as on
Myskania. George Kunz then broke
ranks lo add a sixth member, Mary
Agnes Domann, who will serve as
editor of the Pedafiuoue and who
has been active in WAA.
Miss
Blasiar again tapped and this lime
>topped out to return with llunico
Adlyn Baird, an active member of
Advanced Dramatics and also new
President of Student Christian Assn.
D.aiald Vanas followed Miss Blasiar
I i select George Bertram Kiley
whir 1 ! further increased speculation
as lo ihe presidential election. Kiley
will direct the remaining MAA activities during the coining year,
Chinas ol the year lor the
Women's Athletic Association c o n e
today wilb Ihe rovloalion of Kit
lleidinau, '44, as its new presideni
Owen
Bombard,
Presideni
ol
MAA. likewise made public 11>>t.,%
Ihe appointment of Bertram Kill y,
'14, as Ihe director of MAA
The olliceis elected lo assist Miss
llcrdinan are Vice-President, Jane
Plckei't, '44; Treasurer, Mary Now,
'45; Office Manager, Nora Giavelli.
'45; Secretary, Natalie Bullock, '4ii
Elizabeth
Harden brought
Ihe
counl lo nine by calling Nancy Jean
WIU'IIX, new Presideni of Music
Council and student director of this
\ c a r ' s operetta
Winifred
Jones
then left Ihe stage lo bring hark the
NEWS' Mary Kli/.alielh Slongcl, wh i
will act with Miss Baxter as CoEditor. Miss Jones again set out,
by ibis lime she terminated the
ceremony lo leave ten new m e m bers of Myskania on Ihe stage.
WAA, MAA Elect
Association Chooses Latimer President
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caps, acquired solemnity, a knowle d g e of s p e c i a l s e c r e t s , a n d n k e y
boasting "Myskania".
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VOL. XXVII. NO. 88
D r . M i l t o n G. N e l s o n , D e a n of
the college, h a s s t a t e d t h a t S t a t e
C o l l e g e s t u d e n t s will t a k e t e s t s of
general
educational
development
a n d c o m p e t e n c y in c e r t a i n s u b j e c t s
F r i d a y , M a y 28, to a s s i s t in e s t a b l i s h i n g s t a n d a r d s for g r a n t i n g c o l l e g e c r e d i t s to t h e U n i t e d S t a l e s
A r m e d Forces.
In Armed Forces
S t a t e College will p a y t r i b u t e to
its m e n a n d w o m e n in t h e a r m e d
f o r c e s b y a d e d i c a t i o n of a S e r v i c e
F l a g o n S u n d a y , M a y 23, a t 4 P . M .
in t h e P a g e H a l l a u d i t o r i u m .
T h e c e r e m o n y will be o p e n e d
with an Invocation by R e v e r e n d
William Cahill, and a reading from
Scripture by Dr. J o h n M. Sayles,
P r e s i d e n t of t h e C o l l e g e .
Reverend
B e r n a r d J. B a m b e r g e r will d e l i v e r
a p r a y e r , followed by the e n t i r e
assembly
singing
"America
the
Beautiful".
T h e s e tests a r e being p r e p a r e d
by the U n i t e d States A r m e d F o r c e s
I n s t i t u t e w h i c h is a s p e c i a l A r m y
agency, concerned primarily
with
t h e e d u c a t i o n a l i n t e r e s t s of m e n a n d
w o m e n in t h e s e r v i c e of o u r c o u n try.
T r e c e A n e y , '44
NEWS Awarded
First Place Rating
The
STATE
COLLEGE
NKWS
has
been j u d g e d an excellent n e w s p a p e r
in t w o a n n u a l n a t i o n w i d e c o n t e s t s
s p o n s o r e d by the C o l u m b i a S c h o l a s tic P r e s s A s s o c i a t i o n a n d t h e A s s o ciated College Press.
The
the
Columbia
N K W S 879
out
Press
rating
gave
of a p o s s i b l e
1,000
p o i n t s , p u t t i n g it in t h e " F i r s t P l a c e "
group.
M i n e h u n d r e d fifty o u t of
1,135 p o i n t s w e r e s c o r e d i n t h e A s s o c i a t e d P r e s s s u r v e y , a n d t h i s is
in t h e " F i r s t C l a s s " d i v i s i o n .
Both the sports department and
the editorial columns were lauded
by t h e A s s o c i a t i o n s , s p e c i a l
note
b e i n g t a k e n of t h e e d i t o r i a l in t h e
November
13, 1942 i s s u e of t h e
Nuws,
"There'll
Come
a Day".
S c o r e s in all of t h e d e p a r t m e n t s
w e r e a b o v e a v e r a g e , m o s t of t h e m
being termed "excellent".
School
pride and achievement, well-balanced
make-up,
and
informative
headlines
were
checked
in
this
group.
A new compelilive section
added this year deals with covering
t h e w a r effort, a n d t h a t t h e N E W S
has
dealt
adequately
with
vital
p r o b l e m s w a s p r o v e d in t h e j u d g e ' s
c o m m e n t , " K e e p il u p " .
T h e s e t w o p r e s s s e r v i c e s f u n d ion
as a n a i d lo n e w s p a p e r stall's in
solving their problems.
T h e s e t e s t s a r e first b e i n g g i v e n
to c e r t a i n c o l l e g e s i n o r d e r t o s e t
levels by which m e n a n d w o m e n
may be judged when they leave the
s e r v i c e , o r w h e n t h e w a r is o v e r .
I t w i l l h e l p s c h o o l s a n d c o l l e g e s to
ascertain
the curricula!program
that s t u d e n t s r e t u r n i n g from m i l i t a r y s e r v i c e will b e c a p a b l e of s u c cessfully c a r r y i n g out.
Moreover,
these tests will e n a b l e t h e r e t u r n i n g s t u d e n t s to s e c u r e d u e c r e d i t
( a c a d e m i c a n d o t h e r w i s e ) for t h o s e
experiences gained
w h i l e in
the
a r m e d services which m a k e a g e n u i n e c o n t r i b u t i o n to h i s g e n e r a l o r
specialized
educational
development.
T h e s e test r e s u l t s m a y a l s o b e
used by those p e r s o n s w i t h no plans
for f u r t h e r f o r m a l t r a i n i n g a s a n
i n d i c a t i o n to t h e i r p r o s p e c t i v e e m p l o y e r s of t h e i r s t a n d i n g in c o m p a r i s o n .o it h i g h s c h o l o r c o l l e g e
education.
Since State College has been included
among
those selected
to
e s t a b l i s h s t a n d a r d s for t h e s e t e s t s ,
from 450 to 500 s t u d e n t s w i l l b e
n e c e s s a r y to a s s i s t in t h i s a c t i v i t y .
A c c o r d i n g t o D r . N e l s o n , a list of
s t u d e n t s n e e d e d will b e m a d e a v a i l a b l e o n M a y 24.
A l l c o l l e g e c l a s s e s will b e c a n c e l l e d on M a y 28. T h e l i b r a r y will
b e o p e n e d for t h e o t h e r s t u d e n t s .
CORRECTION
C o n t r a r y to t h e s t a t e m e n t in
last w e e k ' s N K W S , P a t r i c i a L a t i m e r is n o t t h e first w o m a n P r s i dent
of
Student
Association.
H o w e v e r , s h e is t h e first s i n c e
Isabel Penrd held the position
in 1932.
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' T r o I ' a t r i a . . . Blood D o n o r " will
complete
t h e g a r b of t h e '43-'44
Myskania.
S o n i c of t h e t e n r e ceived theirs before the lapping,
sonic will give blood today, a n d
s o m e will m a k e t h e i r d o n a t i o n s n e x t
T h u r s d a y and Friday.
The blossoming
M y s k u n i l u s
w e r e n ' t , in a l t i t u d e , v e r y m u c h diff e r e n t f r o m J u n i o r s of o t h e r y e a r s
w h o w a i l e d to lie t a p p e d .
Their
lists of a c c o m p l i s h m e n t s
weren't
m u c h l o n g e r or s h o r t e r t h a n their
predecessors',
T h e y w e r e j u s t us
e x c i t e d , b i t oil a s m a n y n a i l s in
anticipation. Bui once they became
Seniors, they heal their predecessors
in e s t a b l i s h i n g their r e p u t a t i o n as
a n h o n o r a r y b o d y l e a d i n g in u n d e r g r a d u a t e affairs.
T h e y won't oiler a n y t h i n g so e x i l i n g a s l J vt G e o r g e K u n z ' s t i m e l y
nival and khaki-robed
lapping,
l o w e v e r , l i t e r e a r e four of t h e m o n
1913 II
War Activities Council. T h e y can't
boast a r a l i o of s e v e n m e n to s i x
w o m e n ; e v e n t h e i r -1-1 r a t i o of
w o m e n to m e n is falsely o p t i m i s t i c
IVlyslutnia;
llerdnian, Lalhner, Aney, Shocmuker,
Doiiiiinn, Haii d. K i l e y , W i l c o x a n d S t e n g e l .
Baxter,
Stars Represent
Faculty, Students
Dr. George D. Stoddard, C o m m i s s i o n e r of E d u c a t i o n for t h e S t a t e of
N e w York, will r e n d e r t h e a c t u a l
d e d i c a t i o n of t h e S e r v i c e F l a g .
Dr. G e o r g e D. S t o d d a r d
Bulger Makes Appeal
For War Farm Cadets
M r . P a u l B u l g e r , D i r e c t o r of t h e
SEB, informs the State College s t u d e n t body that there are m a n y jobs
a v a i l a b l e o n farr.ij for t h e s u m m e r .
P a r t i c u l a r l y k e e n is t h e n e e d for
Supervisors.
T h e d u t y of S u p e r v i s o r s is t o a c c o m p a n y t h e g r o u p s of h i g h s c h o o l
and college s t u d e n t s w h o will b e
w o r k i n g on f a r m s . T h e r e is u s u a l l y
o n e S u p e r v i s o r to e v e r y 40 s t u d e n t s .
V o l u n t e e r s for p o s i t i o n s of S u p e r v i s o r s will b e c a r e f u l l y s e l e c t e d o n
a b a s i s of c h a r a c t e r a n d t r a i n i n g .
All s t u d e n t s i n t e r e s t e d in b e i n g
U n c l e S a m ' s " f a r m c a d e t " or S u p e r visor should leave with Mr. B u l g e r
their names, addresses,
telephone
n u m b e r s (both college a n d h o m e ) ,
and the exact d a t e that they will
be a v a i l a b l e for w o r k .
Mr. Bulger says, " F o r those w h o
c a n ' t g e t j o b s in d e f e n s e
plants,
Ibis, t o o , is i m p o r t a n t w a r w o r k
a n d d e f i n i t e l y e s s e n t i a l to v i c t o r y . "
The United States
Employment
S e r v i c e is b a c k i n g t h i s m o v e m e n t .
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Magglo J o s e p h i n e
P h i l l i p s lielty
Committee
h e a d s w h o a r e in
c h a r g e of p r o d u c t i o n i n c l u d e , L i g h t s ,
C a t h e r i n e S m i t h , '44; P r o p s , N a n c y
Wilcox
and
Catherine
Smith.
J u n i o r s ; S e t s , J o a n n e B a i l e y , '44;
S o u n d Effects, J a m e s M c F e e l e y , '44;
House, Shirley Wurz, '43; Publicity,
E u n i c e B a i r d , '44; C o s t u m e s , R u t h
S e h m i t t , '44.
Advanced Dramatic
s t u d e n t s for n e x t y e a r a r e h e l p i n g
on t h e s e c o m m i t t e e s .
T h i s y e a r ' s play, a m u r d e r m e l o d r a m a , is ;i d e p a r t u r e
from t h e
u s u a l t y p e c h o s e n for p r e s e n t a t i o n .
L a s t y e a r ' s play w a s t h e " R o y a l
Family," by Kaufman and Hart, a
comedy a n d satire, and the previous
year the A d v a n c e d D r a m a t i c s class
p r e s e n t e d " S t r e e t S c e n e , " a social
d r a m a by E l m e r Rice.
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T h e plot concerns t h r e e sisters,
t w o of w h o m a r e m a d . T h e s a n e
s i s t e r c o m m i t s a m u r d e r a n d is d i s covered by her nephew.
J u n i o r s Compose Cusl
T h e e a s t of t h e S t a t e p r e s e n t a t i o n , i n ort'.er of t h e i r a p p e a r a n c e :
L u c y G i l h a m , Lois H a m p e l , a m a i d ;
Leonora Fiske, Rhona Ryan, the
murdered
woman;
Ellen
Creed
Trece Aney, the murderess; Albert
Feather,
Harold
Ashworth,
the
nephew; Louisa Creed, Mary S t u d e b a k e r a n d Emily Creed, Marjoiie
Bruenig,
the sisters; a n d Sister
T h e r e s a , V e r a Willard, a n u n . All
are Juniors.
S t u d e n t T a x Good
S t u d e n t s m a y e x c h a n g e their s t u d e n t t a x tickets at t h e door t h e night
of t h e p e r f o r m a n c e .
T h e admission
for a d u l t s is 85 c e n t s , for s t u d e n t s
o t h e r t h a n from S t a t e C o l l e g e 55
cents.
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Glod. Nellie
Hayes, I'rl-ellla
Lulkoski. Winnie
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('rani/., Lucille
Klrshenblum, Mildred..
MePeeley, J a m e s
Moschak, Virginia
Shay, J e a n n c t t e
Smith, Janet R
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Vole
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II
Intelliigence Tests
T h e c u r t a i n w i l l g o u p ut 8:30
P . M . , F r i d a y n i g h t , M a y 2 1 , on t h e
Advanced
Dramatics
presentation
for 1943, " L a d i e s in R e t i r e m e n t . "
T h i s p l a y , w h i c h h a s j u s t finished a
long a n d successful r u n on B r o a d w a y , is b y E d w a r d P e r c y a n d R e g i nald Denham.
I t is d i r e c t e d b y
M i s s A g n e s E. F u t t e r e r , A s s i s t a n t
P r o f e s s o r of E n g l i s h .
candidate.
Buctow. Marlon
O i l l a n , Daniel . .
L e P a r o , B e t t y .. .
Miner, J a m e s .. .
S u l l i v a n , Hubert
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Agnes Futterer Directs
Class of 1946
Vote
Students to Take
Popular Broadway Play
Vote I
Vote 3
54
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Ivy S p e a k e r
Bnrtlen, Elizabeth* . . . .
Dohholil, Vernn S n y d e r * .
Martin, Kathleen
Soule, Marie
indicates elected
A . D. To Present
Friday, May 21
* I n d i c a t e s c a n d i d a t e for r c v o t e ;
Class of 1945
Vote
03
1936
Class of 1943
Class H i s t o r i a n
CitiHinorntu, Gloria
Teln. Esther
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ALBANY, NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1943
Stoddard To Dedicate State Service Flag
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ews
w h e n c o m p a r e d w i t h t h e r a t i o of
the College.
E v e n so t h e '43-'44
Myskania's
ratio can hardly
be
e q u a l l e d b y its s u c c e s s o r s , for t h e
C l a s s of '45 n o w w e e p s w i t h a 15-1
ratio.
T o d a y t h e n e w M y s k a n i a is r e a d y
lo t a k e o v e r .
Patricia G r a c e Latim e r will s h o w little g r a t i t u d e to t h e
r e t i r i n g b o d y . W i t h g a v e l in h a n d ,
s h e will s t a n d to c o n d u c t t h e S t u dent
Association
meeting,
relinq u n s h i n g the s o - k i n d l y - b e q u e a t h e d
seal
which
w a s left
vacant
by
H o w a r d Lynch when the E R C called
h i m from S t a l e a n d his s u c c e s s o r .
W h e n P a t l e a v e s t h e line, a n a r t i s tically a r r a n g e d M y s k a n i a will r e main
t h r e e w o m e n in t h e c e n t e r ,
b a l a n c e d on e a c h s i d e by o n e m e n
and two women.
How pretty!
For u n p r e c e d e n t e d actions on the
stage, the s t u d e n t body wails. Mary
Elizabeth Stengel and Janet K a l h r y n
B a x t e r a s C o - C o a r e half e x p e c t e d
lo e n g a g e (n d o t i b l c - ' . a l k w i t h G o l d s t e i n a s Y o - Y o . Will T r e c e g e t h e r
a p p e a r a n c e s confused a n d w a l k on
t h e s t a g e as t h e m a d m u r d e r e s s ' . '
D o m a n i i m a y gut so e x c i t e d a b o u t
M y s k a n i a t h a t s h e will b r i n g a l o n g
her soldier Poppa from Warskania.
With s u c h a b e g i n n i n g , t h e h o n orary body may do anything.
T h e r e m a i n d e r of t h e p r o g r a m
consists
of t h e s i n g i n g
of
the
Twenty-third Psalm by the State
College Choral Society, a Silent
Prayer; a n d a Benediction by R e v e r e n d K e n n e t h C. W a l k e r .
The
s i n g i n g of t h e N a t i o n a l A n t h e m w i l l
conclude the services.
O v e r 500 S t a r s
O v e r 500 s t a r s a r e on t h e S e r v i c e
Flag which represents State College
m e n a n d w o m e n in e v e r y p h a s e of
t h e a r m e d f o r c e s from t h e A r m y
a n d N a v y to t h e W A A C S , S P A R S ,
a n d P a r a t r o o p s . T h i r t y - f i v e of t h e s e
s t a r s a r e for w o m e n , t w o of w h o m
w e r e on t h e College faculty.
F r o m t h e total n u m b o : of s t a r s ,
nine
represent
faculty
members:
Miss S a r a T. Delaney, f o r m e r D e a n
of W o m e n ; D r . C a r o l i n e L e s t e r , I n s t r u c t o r in M a t h e m a t i c s ; C o a c h E l i o t
Hatfield; Dr. Wallace Taylor, Assistant Professor
and Supervisor in
Social Studies; Dr. Varley Lang,
I n s t r u c t o r in E n g l i s h ; D r . H e n r y L .
S i s k , I n s t r u c t o r in E d u c a t i o n ; M r .
W a r r e n I. D e n s m o r e , I n s t r u c t o r a n d
Supervisor
in English; a n d M r .
Kooman
Boychefi',
Instructor
in
Physical Education.
Reports indicate that our soldiers
a r e s e r v i n g in e v e r y s e c t o r of t h e
w o r l d from India a n d North Africa
to t h e Pacific I s l a n d s a n d A u s t r a l i a .
Three Gold
Stars
T h e t h r e e gold stars a r e for Dr.
S a m u e l D o r r a n c e w h o w a s k i l l e d in
a p l a n e c r a s h in B r a z i l on J a n u a r y
15, 1943; A l f r e d T r e h u n o n w h o d i e d
in a c t i o n S e p t e m b e r 4, 1941; a n d
V i b e r t D. F r i e r .
W a r A c t i v i t i e s C o u n c i l is s p o n s o r ing t h i s D e d i c a t i o n S e r v i c e a s a
m e a n s of u n i t i n g t h e e n t i r e C o l l e g e
in a s h o r t a n d s i n c e r e c o m m e m o r a tion for o u t s t a n d i n g s e r v i c e a n d
p a t r i o t i s m of o u r m e n a n d w o m e n
in t h e a r m e d forces.
It is h o p e d t h a t t h e e n t i r e C o l l e g e
will t u r n o u t t o r t h i s c e r e m o n y , s t u d e n t s in i n d i v i d u a l g r o u p
houses
b e i n g c o n t a c t e d to s h a r e t h e r e s p o n s i b i l i t y for a o n e - h u n d r e d p e r
c e n t a l t e n d a n c e of t h e s t u d e n t b o d y .
Dr. E l l e n S t o k e s , D e a n of W o m e n ,
s a y s , "This d e d i c a t i o n will tie t h e
w a r in witli college as n o t h i n g e l s e
has.
1 feel t h a i it's a n a c t t h a t
e v e r y s t u d e n t in t h e c o l l e g e will
w a u l lo b e p r e s e n t for. It s h o u l d
m e a n a g r e a t d e a l to t h e s t u d e n t s
as il is d o i n g h o n o r lo o u r p e o p l e
who are serving our country."
P a t r i c i a F r e y , '44, w a s in c h a r g e
of m a k i n g t h e S e r v i c e F l a g , a s s i s t e d
by E l l e n H o l l y , '43, K a y D e v i n e , '44,
a n d t h e W a r C o u n c i l office c o m mittee,
Photo Exhibit In Draper
Student-Faculty photographic exhibit n o w on display in t h e u p p e r
h a l l of D r a p e r will c o n t i n u e t h r o u g h
this w e e k a n d next.
Among the
c o n t r i b u t i o n s are some by C a r o l y n
B u r r o w s , ' 4 3 , a n d D r . H o w a r d .A.
D o B e l l . P r o f e s s o r of M a t h e m a t i c s .
E v e r y o n e is i n v i t e d to v i s i t t h e
exhibit.
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