Frosh Bow To Sophs In Rivalry Hockey, 2-0

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S T A T E C O L L E G E N E W S , FRIDAY, N O V E M B E R 9 , 1 0 4 S
Frosh Bow To Sophs
In Rivalry Hockey, 2-0
Wagner Scores
Tourney Upset;
Wins 3 Out of 4
Add 2 More Points
To Make Score 4 % - 3Siena
By MARY LIZ SULLIVAN
Yesterday, on Page Field, the
Sophs and frosh battled It out to
determine the winner of the hockey
game and rivalry two points. The
Sophs downed the frosh 2-0.
The Sophs started fighting right
away when they realized the frpsh
were in there with all they had
ready to win. Tilden started to
take the ball to Soph territory but
was stopped by Molberg who
brought the ball to mid-field. Here
the ball see-sawed back and forth
on the field when a long drive by
McGlnnls brought the ball to the
Soph territory for the first score
of the game.
The ball was kept in Soph territory during most of the game with
the Soph muffing several chances
to score again. Pascuzzi, taking the
ball on the offensive ran the length
of the field when Tilden took over
with a short drive narrowly missing
the goal. The frosh brought the ball
back to their territory and with but
two feet to go the ball was taken
from them by Daly who prevented
the frosh from scoring.
The next attempts by the Sophs
were lost as the ball left the field
on a long left drive. A 25 yard bully
gave them a second chance but
again the goal was missed. Here the
frosh took over but failed to score.
The Sophs succeeded In getting the
ball as far as mid-field where Tichy
sent a long drive down to Soph
scoring territory. Qulnn took the
ball and scored a second point for
the Sophs. In the time left, neither
team could manage to keep the ball
and the game,ended In favor of the
Sophs.
Outstanding on the frosh team
were Molberg and Slttig while Dlehl
and Maginess sparkplugged the
Soph team.
Well, here is our gripe for the day,
so we might as well get It over with
. . . why do all the teams play their
games on Thursday afternoon at
4 or 4:30. Is there some fatal fascination for that day and the hour
that no one can resist, or is it that
at that time no one can see the ball
so the team that pays the referee
the most money will automatically
win the game. There must be one
day in the week besides Thursday
at that late hour when all the members of the teams can manage to get
together. Since it gets dark so much
earlier, the games either have to be
postponed or called because of dark
ness. If the play-offs could start at
3:30 there would be enough time to
finish the game and be able to go
home without the aid of headlights.
We note that a "Back to Camp
Johnston" movement has been
started. The gals around here are
finally realizing the potentialities
of that place. Just think—no hours,
few rules and everybody can do
almost anything they want to do.
'Round here the thing to do now
is—not read the book "How To
Win Friends And Influence People" but rather take them to Camp
Johnston on a week-end and really
go to town.
Army Villanova
And then too we had some representatives at the Army-Villanova
game last week who say, even
though Army won 54-0, it was worth
the trip just to see Army's formation. We understand they also
had a slight bit of trouble with
their car . . .
We thought the Notre DameNavy game last week slightly disappointing as we wanted to see
Notre Dame beat Navy not merely
tie them. A slight amount of disagreement was shown here, however, as we sat listening to the
game with several avid fans who
were all out for Navy. We are going to listen to the Army-Notre
Dame game behind locked doors
and will positively refuse to speak
about the matter if Notre Dame
Albany Med, making use of a
loses. We do note however, that lightning
fast
running
attack
Army is the favored team. Any chalked up two of their three
way this is taken, it is agreed that touchdowns during the first half of
this game will be something for the the game as they defeated State
books. Oh to be one of the 70,000 19-12 last Monday, on Page Field.
fans expected to witness this game
In the first period Med recovered
with "keen interest". Yankee Staa State fumble and marched for a
dium—here wo come!
To continue in this train of touchdown in three plays. On the
thought (refrain from remarks) the first play La Rue ran around right
Army-Navy game promises to be end for a twenty yard gain and a
an exciting game play-off—there- first down. On the next play Wilber
fore we have made ourselves a little went through center for fifteen
motion—Well everybody else has! yards. The pay-off came on trick
Our motion is as follows: "Be itplay. La Rue passed to Sappington
resolved that we take up a collec- who in turn lateraled to Coluburn
tion to repair Kaufman's car so who ran across the goal line for
we can all go to the Army-Navy the first score of the game. LaRue
game." Purely unselfish motives of converted tho extra point.
course but now all we need is an
Med scored again in the second
old hat in which to put all the period as the touchdown was setmoney we expect to receive. Dimes, up by a series of running plays.
nickles or pennies, any small dona- State expected another running
tion will be appreciated.
play was surprised by a pass from
La Rue to Dormer resulting in a
Upset Scored
The MAA Ping Pong tournament second touchdown. The try for tho
took a surprise turn last Wednes- extra point failed.
day when Kaufman was defeated
As the second half bogan, Med
by Wagner in their semi-final struck like lightning and scored
game. Kaufman has been tho fa- their final touchdown on a pass
vored player sinco tho tournament from La Ruo to Moyor.
started and therefore it was someA rojuvinated Stato team workwhat of a surprise whon we heard ing from a spread formation bounche had been beaten. Those little ed right back to scoro when Woodthings are what makes life so very worth recovered a fumble behind
interesting. Hero wo had been pre- tho lino of scrimmage and ran for
dicting again (bad habit to get a touchdown. Tho extra point was
Into) and what happens—the usual scored on a pass from Sullivan to
thing.
Griffin.
Anybody else wo suppose would bo
The fourth period found Stato
discouragod, but far from It, we
pushing Med all ovor tho field.
keep right on undaunted.
Vaughn, playing his last game beRemarks Again
Soems no one has really heard fore entering the Army, mado some
anything about Hyllnd getting mar- spectacular runs around the end
ried «o we are transferring the fund and through center for large gains.
collected to buy her a wedding pres- His last run carried the ball to
sent to the fund to buy Kaufman within five yards of the goul. Sullisome new sweaters, shirts etc, Or van on u quurterback sneak scored
haven't you heard about the A la the final touchdown for Stale.
for the A—in Art—and so on—-club,
Before State could get underway
These fads are going to be the again time ran out and tho game
death of somebody yet!
ended 19-13,
Eee-aw—Rain, rain go away
was the cry that echoed through
the halls or should it be hall of
Camp Johnston last week-end.
(Yes, the life of the duck is a
pleasant one.) Nothing much
happened outside of the fact
that three of the girls got shot
with hollow points (bullets to
the layman) as they strolled
leisurely across a meadow in the
rain. In the morning the little
band marched down to the creek,
half of them fell in—literally,
while the other half got out
grappling hooks and tried to haul
them out. Even with the rain,
there was a lot to do—after
breakfast the dishes were washed, after lunch the dishes were
washed, then of course after
supper the dishes were washed!
One thing that can be said—the
food was good—there will be a
slight pause In memory of two
Individuals who were buried
after eating spaghetti and meat
sauce. When the time to go
came, Camp Johnston was happy
to retire to the rousing chorus
of, "We hate to leave—" and to
recover until the next trek.
The MAA ping-pong tournament
is well on its way to a speedy and
exciting completion. One of two
semi-finals and another match in
the halfway mark have been completed at this writing.
In their first encounter this seaThe unexpected upset of the tourson with Siena, tSate was defeated nament took place on Wednesday
32-12.
when Wagner defeated Kaufman in
Playing on an unusually sloppy a semi-final match. Wagner won
field, Siena nevertheless got off to the first game 21-17, Kaufman took
a good start as Ryan ran fifty yards the second 21-10, with Wagner refor a touchdown at the beginning turning to win the third and fourth,
of the first quarter.
21-17, being the final score of both
State carried their ball to the games. Kaufman, favored to win
12-yard line where Siena took pos- in earlier predictions, didn't play as
session of It. Woodworth intercepted well as was expected, evident by the
a pass and ran it back 25 yards be- fact that his usual ability to place
fore he was stopped, as the first the ball in any position he might
quarter ended with the score in wish was not up to par. Wagner
favor of Siena.
was in top form and played a proSecond Quarter
ficient offensive game.
The second quarter started as Crandell Scores
woodworth intercepted another pass
In the quarter-finals, Crandell deand throwing to Sullivan who went feated Weinberg in two straight
for a first down. Sullivan received games, winning 21-17 and 21-18.
the ball, passed to Farley who later- Crandell will play Zippin, another
aled to Weber. On this pass Weber
favorite,
in
the
second
round.
The
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ran to score State's first touchdown.
/ A A
t*lrtn$
The try for the extra point was ^winner of this match will play \FA
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knocked down. The score was now Weiner in the other semi-final.
Zippen, runner-up in last year's
tied 6-6.
tournament, has a good chance of
For their second tally of the game coming through this season if he
Siena again scored on a pass from continues his steady, often brilliant
Ryan to Quinlan. The extra point
performances.
was made by Quinlan.
Some Predictions
Third Quarter
WAA is sponsoring a hayride toInterested spectators have been night at 7:30 for the student body
Woodworth received the kick-off
heard
to
say
that
Zippen
can
beat
but State failed to make a subwhich will culminate with a sports
statlal gain. Slstito intercepted a Wagner with ease, Weiner can prob- spree to be held in the gym when
State pass and ran it back 16 yards. ably top Zippen, therefore Weiner is the hayride is over.
Ryan caught a pass and scored the predicted as this year's ping-pong
At 7:30 several wagons will be
camp.
third Siena touchdown.
waiting at the end of the Western
State ralied as Sullivan passed
Avenue bus line to pick up all those
to Weber for a touchdown to make
who intend to go.
the Score 19-12.
Skit Featured
Fourth Quarter
The entertainment in the gym is
Siena again took the offensive In
under the direction of Dorothy Difthe fourth period and scored two
fln, '48, and Gette Dunn, '46. One
more touchdowns, by Ryan and Fipart of the entertainment will be a
dele. The extra point on one of
skit by those daffy dillies—Vitullo,
these was blocked. The final score
Blnn, etc.—who made their debut at
was 32-12.
the WAA frolic for the frosh. Jean
Hegglnger, '48, and Shiela Maginess,
'48, are the heads of the refreshThe Volley ball
tournament ment committee and promise donuts
started off with a bang last Tues- and hot chocolate to all the frozen
day as the Freshmen and Sopho- hayrlders that return to the gym.
mores tore into each other ending
Miss Foster and Miss Johnston
with the Sophs beating the frosh will
chaperone.
21-14.
There is a sign-up sheet on the
The freshman finally got in a
Only enough frosh turned out for WAA bulletin board In lower Draper
hockey practice game last Monday, one team while the Sophs had a
on the Dorm field, when they were few extra men so that they could for all those who wish to go.
WAA Tea
downed by their sister class, 1-0.
rest their players at intervals durThursday, November 15, WAA will
With Sweeney and Baker teaming ing the game.
have Its annual tea in the lounge
up together, the Frosh could do little
Both Seamen of the frosh team from 3:30-5:00. Miss Johnston, Miss
but go on the defense. The Juniors and Ricci of the Soph team excelwere at a great advantage because led in "sitting up," a play involv- Foster, Georgette Dunn and Mary
of their previous years working to- ing the quick stoppage of the ball, Seymour will pour at this event.
Edna Sweeney, '47, and Wilma
gether as a unit. This lack of unity hitting it up vertically and then
on te part of the Frosh, led to their returning it over the net. This Dlehl, '48, are scheduled to relate
their experiences at hockey camp
downfall.
type of return is effective since this summer and a second feature of
Attempts Fail
it makes it possible to place the the evening will be a fencing exJoslin and Pless were outstanding ball accurately.
hibition staged by Chuck Axelrod,
on the offense, but as thoy neared
Fortunately there were no rivalry '47, Various sports will be explained
the goal, their forward line crum- points at stake but rivalry spirit
and discussions will be held.
bled. Three times they brought the ran high all during tho game.
The tea is for all those interested
ball within the striking circle and
The Junior-Senior volleyball tilt
yet failed in each attempt to score. originally scheduled for Wednes- in WAA. Freshmen especially are
They wore a fighting bunch how- day, Nov. 7, has been postponed until Invited.
everover and didn't concede the Tuesday ov. 13. The winners of
victory to '47 until the final whistle this match will play the Sophomore
blew.
team on tho fifteenth of Novembor.
COMPLIMENTS
The Juniors fielded a far superior If there are any further postponeteam, and should have scored at ments duo to the weather they will
OF
least two more goals. Baker drib- bo posted on the WAA bulletin
bled the ball from the half-way board.
mark and then passed to Sweeney
for tho only scoro of the game. Slttig and Donnelly greatly hindered
Enjoy Yourself
the forward thrust of the Juniors,
who, without this aggitation and
with a bit more teamwork could
have made the scoro higher.
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Another deciding fuctor in favor
7 No. Lake Ave.
of '47 was that Margot and Dlffln
filled in for the Juniors. Their
jobs in the halfback positions woro
capably filled and It woro thoy who
GEORGE D. JEONEY, PROP.
DIAL 5-1913
helped In thwarting tho rushes tho
Frosh made.
This gamo showed tha Frosh
what type of competition thoy
would be up against when they
played '48.
Subdues
State, 32 - 12
Sporting Spree
Hayr/c/e, Tea
Volley Ball Starts
'48 Defeats '49
Winner of '47-'46 Tilt
Will Play Soph Team
Albany Meds
'47 Beats Frosh
Top State Team'n Hockey lilt
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NEWS CHOOSES Langmuir Stresses Co-operation
SIX SOPHOMORES Between Nations Of World
AS DESK EDITORS
By ANN MAY & RUTH SEELBACH
GIVE TO
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SING, BUSINESS MEETING
SLATED FOR ASSEMBLY
Before a large audience of Alban- in Russia are so well known that
ians this week, Dr. Irving Lang- t h e c o m m o n people consider them
mulr, 1932 Nobel Prize Winner and l e a d e r s , H o w m a n y
Americans
Sports Staff Appoints
one of the leaders in the atomic k n o w t h e l e a d l
sclentists of thls
Two New Members
bomb ' research, presented a dis- c o u n t r y ?
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Six Sophomore reporters have course on science in Russia In an Throughout his talk Dr. Lang.
been promoted to the position of interview following the lecture, Dr.
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m the June of 1945 Dr Langmuir n o w o u r s ' w i t n a 1 1 o t n e r n a t i o n s o f P ° r t a n t Myskania announcements made. At the conclusion of t h e
to the Sports Staff and a new policy w a s i n v l t e d t o R u s s l a a s a r e p i . e S e n . SitnTlst t h f f w S d ^ J m c ^ f c h e ^™gram the freshmen and Junior classes will vote for a president a n d
will be initiated for selection of . H v p . t . „ „ „ . . . q . . * n n r i scientist, this would leduce the student C oU nci Representative .respectively. An open Student Counmembers to this department.
Native o f f t h e ™ t e ? 8 ^ *? ' C ™' f e a r o f a t o m l c attack and thus In.
I V Vednesdav nieht to discuss the practice of
noau- TTriifr,™ fr>i. tho vpnr 1Q.1* 4R ference of world scientists celebrat- crease the assurance of world peace. c u mxeung wdb nem vveuncbudy nifeiii IU uiscuub uic p r d i u u : ui
nrp rnrni pinru Mn rv virgin in i n S t h e 2 2 0 t h anniversary of the To accomplish this end he propos- Dramatic and Arts Council and Music Council in reserving seats for
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BJmore, Marjorie
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conference
when
m a n y R u s s i a nlld t h e Unlted s t a t e s could
The program will open with the
Harland Ann May and Ellen Roch- M
exchanged by the dif- discuss the problem of the atomic
singing of the Alma Mater and
ferent
scientists,
Dr,
Langmuir
bomb.
"World
powers
must
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Myskania
Releases
Results
ford, trying
chosen outfrom
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State College Fight song by t h e
found the Russian scientists bril- atomic energy," argues Dr. Lang- QI prosn
Tradition
Trials
Sports Staff
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co-operative
and subtle, muir
freshmen standing in the balcony.
At the conclusion, the class will folNew Sports Staff members from w h e r e a s t h e scientists of other na- intolerance and lack of underResults:
low Agnes Mclntyre, Vice-Presithe class of'48 are Rita Shapiro and t i o n s , l n c l u d l n g D l , L a ngmuir, were s t a ™ .according to Dr. LangBlasberg vs. Rand—Not Guilty.
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Blasberg vs. Nielson — Guilty
auditorium. Miss Mclntyre will
change has been made in this de- Russian scientists willingly shared between Russia and the United
Blasberg vs. Cooper — Guilty.
lead the freshmen in the absence of
partment which will be effective their secrets and thus initiated a states. Democracy succeeds in AmNichols vs. Rand — Guilty.
Gerald Dunn, President, who has
next year if it Is approved by Stu- policy of co-operation which i >r. e r l c a n o t because it is the best sysHarris vs. Fisher—Postponed.
been inducted into the Armed
dent Council. Prom the freshman Langmuir believes can and should tern of government ever devised but Harris vs. Connor — Dismissed
Forces. Susan Anderson, Songclass five tryouts will be elected. Out be extended to include all relation- because It is based on a firm foundfor lack of evidence.
leader, will direct her class in the
of this group, three Sophomores will ships among nations.
ation traditions. In like manner
William Blasberg, '49, contestsinging.
be chosen the next year, and from
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. t h e Russian form of government
ed three warnings, the first
List Motions
these three, two will be selected the
This improved relationship must s u c c e e d s b e c a u s e i t fcoo f b a s f i d o n
given by Gloria Rand, '48,
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if world peace is to be secured. I t
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seem
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understand.
campus,
the
second
by
Roger
Student Association. The first moFrom the six Sophomore Desk is Dr. Langmuir's belief that RusNielson, '48, for refusing to sing
tion, recommended by Student
Editors chosen this year, three jun- sia has no aggressive tendencies,
the
Alma
Mater
on
November
1,
but the fear of attack may force
Council for passage states: "Be it
ior Associate Editors for next year's her
and the third by Isabelle Coopto create more and better atresolved that: The sum of $2,000 be
NEWS Board will bo announced on
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Robert Nichols, '49, contested a Surplus Fund and added to the
gence as a world leader in this scithese three, the Editor-in-Chief or ence. This will be more easily acwarning reported by Gloria Student Union Fund." The vote of
co-Editors-in-Chief will be elected. complished in Russia than in the
Rand for cutting campus. Jean
censure on Myskania will take place
The Desk Editors were chosen on U n i t e d g t a t e s b ( ? c a u s e t n e R u f i s i a n
Harris, '49, disputed Sylvia next. The third motion suggested
the basis of interest and ability p e o p l e h a v e a g r e a t e r incentive and
Fisher's warning for entering
by Student Council for passage
To Visit Rhodes Vets
shown since tryouts began. This a r e m o r e w i U l n g to s a c r i n c e than
a door in front of an upperstates: "It is hereby enacted that
After
Xmas
Vacation
year a new precedent was initiated t h e a v e r a g e American. If the occaclassman, and a second warning
all Student Association funds a p on the Editorial Staff. Only those s i o n a r o s e | t h e R U S S i a n s w o u l d b e The State College Troupe Show
from Jean Connor, '48, for the
propriated for trips and conferences
Sophomores who attend cub classes wining t 0 advance 10 to 20% of will entertain war veterans at the same violation.
shall be accounted for In accordance with the following provisions:
and are appointed sophomore re- their national Income towards the Rhodes General Hospital In Utica
porters at the end of their fresh- advancement of science, whereas Immediately following Christmas _ A _ . _ _ . _
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I. One member of each group exman year are eligible to compete for the Americans would not be willing vacation. Muriel Rubin, Philip C | | D M A I
PIIxlIlNl
pending such Student Association
the position of Sophomore Desk to advance even one percent of Lashinsky, and Lonm Kunz, Jun- r U I V l T l f l L
l i U O l l l l l v funds shall be responsible for the
finances of the group.
Editor.
their income, Dr. Langmuir said, iors, and Eloise Worth, '48, Directors
II. This member shall present a n
C«b Classes
At the present time the Russian % *l T ^ Z X s ^ Z ^ V f ^
S f i R O R I T I F S
itemized financial report to the
Cub classes for freshmen tryouts government has agreed to appro- o u t Mondav
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Student Board of Finance.
on the NEWS will be continued until priate as much as two billion dol(a) This report shall be presented
next semester, when those showing lars to scientific endeavor. Ameri- Change Plans
within two weeks of the first school
the most ability and interest will cans, with their higher standards'' Members of the Troupe had origday after the completion of the trip
be given an opportunity to work on of living, are more concerned with i n n l l y p i a m i e d to visit the hospital
of conference.
the paper each week. These classes higher wages lewer working hours a l t e r Thanksgiving vacation, but it
Joyce MacDonald, '46, President of
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are held every Tuesday at noon in and better living conditions than w n s f o u n d t 0 b e impossible to ob
Intersororitv Council has announced a t a n o p e n a n d announced meeting
Room 206 of Draper Hall. Those the furtherment of science, as in tain transportation at this time. J"
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freshmen who have not yet signed the case of Russia. The scientists 0 n e h a l f o f t h ^M expenses of
tions for the buffet
(c) On this itemized report, the
up and wish to try out are urged
• Troupe
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the trip will be paid by the
suppers
which miscellaneous item shall account
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to contact a member of the NBWS
members, with the remaining half
comprise formal rush period will f o r n o m o r e t h a n 1 / 2 0 o f t n e f u n d s
be s e n t t o t n e
Board immediately.
to be raised from other sources.
freshmen women to- u s e d
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others elected next semester.
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Marjorie O'Grady, '47, Chairman time, however, may be selected for P ° " a l rush period will begin at
6:0 P M Frlda
of the Campus Chest, has announc- another show at a later date
° ' y , November 30, and
ed that two group houses, Beta
will end at midnight, Saturday, DeZeta and Kappa Delta, have already Hostesses
comber 1. This will include a buffet
contributed 100% to the drive. The A limited number of hostesses supper from 6:30 to 9:00 P. M. Frl- Philip Lashinsky, '47, President of
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f> n l for this drive which will end will also be chosen, with a different day evening and a formal dinner the*States"Men7has an'nOTOoed"uiat
. n„ w M« o,.»ctH0r>t «f N o v e m b e r 2 0 ' l s *f P e r student and group to go each time from the list from 7:00 to 11:30 P. M. Saturday a d a t e p n r t y WM be held tonight in
n,
Blanche Packer 46, Piesident of canvassers have been assigned to 0 f girls who signed up Monday, evening at each of the sorority t h e Lounge from 8 to 12 P M The
Students Vote on Financial, And Motions;
'49 To Elect President, '47,Representive
STATE" TROUPE
WILL ENTERTAIN
OPENS TONIGHT
SCHEDULE PLAYS
MONDAY IN PAGE
States-Men Plan
Vic Party Tonight
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tt S
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wnveraational
ability, immediately by return mail.
f o r the States-Men's Date Party.
P i S e s i r of S p a S
will be the ' ^ ™ Delta, Joy Beckers '47 Ch " n c i g W l e i a l appearance.
Following are the ru es made out Refreshments will be served and
nrlncina sneaker for the e v e n l c s l K'"a Thota. Betty Rose Hilt '47; A similar Troupe Show was or- by Intersorority Council for the si- n ll States-Men and their dates may
Dr^Catherine Pelt° Instructor in G a m m a K « P P a Phi. Anita Pedlslch, ganiaed the latter part of last year lent period:
attend.
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Blanche Aveiv I n - ' 4 6 : Newman Hall, Mary Elizabeth to entertain veterans of the Sara- a \ Silent period shall begin on the Armand Riccio's Orchestra has
fX%
i ! L Z . , S B O SulUvan, '48; North Hall, Margaret toga Hospital. This year's schedule Saturday on which invitations are been obtained for the formal dance
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ArffljA Ardlto, '48; St. Thomas More includes visits to several more hos- received until the Tuesday when at the Aurania Club on South Allan
£ » « L m J l u t a Pn Z r 'ctaninr, H o u s e ' M l u ' y J a n o Qtovannone, '48; pitals because of tho earlier start freshmen are Invited to Pledge Ser- street. Plans are also being made
K ta « h » m ( r f ^ M a S t o ' , a m l 1 H o , M ' " * " I W HUMi, ta otgMUllg
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vice
for the coronation of a State College
2 Durm
•lh« JZl i i » ™ f ™ W r f S ' 4 7 ; A ' P h f t «PS«on Phi, Julia Boxer, __
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« t h l s P ° r i o d l t s n a 1 1 b e Winter Queen at this event.
iSELSftU^2. ' 4 7 : p l e r c e Hnll, Jean Wilcox, '48, Director W i l l Pott Proofs
considered an offense to have a The price of admission ls $2.40 and
nt i S ? £ i KMiSnE*
oi 40 are weine uioa. ueveiiy imiK, a n d J u U 0 o j U e r . 4 7 , a a y ] e s H a u
third person act as a medium to tickets will be on sale after ThanksOelia Nager, Anne Peterron. Dorothy E i i z a b e t h Margot, '47, and Rita
Agnes Young. '40, Editor-ln-Ohlef c „ „ . y on conversation with a rushee. giving vacation at a table
tattle
Rider, Onrmela Russo. and Gloria Shapiro, '48; Syddum, Gloria Baker, ot U i e Directory, has announced that
Intersorority Rules also state that lower hall of Draper
o?0'
, ^. .
^
. „ ' 4 7 ; Moreland Hall, Jean Henry, t n e snlley proofs will be posted in there shall be no rushing during the Committees for the date party inSignum Laudis Is made up of the .47, W r e n H a l l > a l o r l a M o M a n u S ) the lower hall of Draper in the near formal rush period except as sped- elude the following: Refreshmentshighest ten per cent of the Senior -49; a t o k e s Hall, Rosalind Pooler, future. She has urged that students fled above, and only in the sorority Richard Smith, '47? Chairman RohOlass. Four per cent of these mem- -47; N e w H all, Madeline Senk, '49; watch for these proofs and correct houses. The penalty for breaking ert Nichols, Robertson Baker a n d
bers were chosen in the spring and sayles Hall Annex, James Miner, all data about themselves, such as Silent Period is to be left to the Alexander Monroe, freshmen- Deefour per cent this semester. The re- and
'46; Commuters,
Audrey Dunn,
Bopp, '46,
"47;posted
spelling,
and telephone discretion of Intersorority Counoll, orations, Robert Klttridae and RobFaculty, Georgette
for addresses
the corrections.
Council. penalty being removal sky.
mainlng members will be ohosen Organizations, Dorothy Knapp, '47; numbers. An extra sheet will be from
the maximum
ert Kaiser, freshmen- vie Laahinn e t Spring.
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Letter From The Editors
W e realize t h a t , a s M y s k a n i a m e m b e r s , w e will
be sticking our necks o u t t o S t u d e n t Association b y
a n s w e r i n g t h e Letter
to the Editor
o n this page.
W e a l s o realize t h a t i t will n o t b e r e a d a s a n e d i torial b u t a s a M y s k a n i a p r o c l a m a t i o n . T h e latter
is false b e c a u s e t h e N E W S h a s t h e h a b i t of s c o o p ing e v e r y o n e — i n c l u d i n g M y s k a n i a . I t h a s a l w a y s
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S . FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1 9 4 8
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S , FRIDAY, N O V E M B E R 16, 1 9 4 9
Gom0umicaii<»a
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
Established May 1916
To t h e Editor:
Potentially, w e h a v e t h e m a k i n g s
of w h a t i s considered a p u r e d e m ocracy. T h e legislative b r a n c h of
o u r s t u d e n t g o v e r n m e n t is composed of every m e m b e r of s t u d e n t
association. T h e executive b r a n c h ,
S t u d e n t Council, is composed of
t w e n t y - t h r e e people n o m i n a t e d a n d
elected b y t h e e n t i r e s t u d e n t body.
T h e judicial b r a n c h , M y s k a n i a , is
composed of from e i g h t - t o - t h i r t e e n
m e m b e r s , n o m i n a t e d a n d elected by
the e i g h t - t o - t h i r t e e n o u t g o i n g m e m bers.
To t h e Editor:
By the Clan of 1918
H a v e you r e a d T r a n s f e r T o m m y ' s
obituary? F r o m all reports h e h a d
a very lovely funeral B U T a t t h e
No. 9
November 16, 1945
last m i n u t e they discovered t h e y Vol. X X X
were trying t o bury h i m before h e
Member
Distributor
was d e a d ! ! A r e y o u Interested i n Associated Colleglnte I'resa
Coile-Sluta Digest
knowing why?
T h e n "listen m y The umlergriiiliiiice newYpiiper of tho New York Suite
b e e n t h e p o l i c y of t h e S T A T E C O L L E G E N E W S t o
children, a n d y o u shall h e a r " . . . College for Teiicliewj published every Prldiiy of the Colj u s t w h a t we h a v e been trying to d o . lect! year by the NEWS Hoard for tile SIUIIPM Associat a k e a p o s i t i v e o r n e g a t i v e s t a n d o n e v e r y issue b e tion. Phones: lierbrlch, 2-012010'Noll, 3,0538; Fenr, 8-11)11;
C o m m u t e r s ' Club h a s for Its p u r - Cramer, 2-0870.
fore t h e S t u d e n t B o d y a n d s t i c k t o i t , r e g a r d l e s s
pose " t h e furthering of t h e Interests
of criticism from s t u d e n t s , f a c u l t y , o r t h e a d m i n of t h e C o m m u t e r s of this college."
The News Board
istration. So, a s Editors, we shall endeavor t o inT o w a r d s this end, C o m m u t e r s ' Club
EDITOR.IN-CHIEP
ELIZABETH S. O'NEIL
h a s done t h e following;
terpret t h e letter.
- CO-EDITOR-IN.CHIEF
JOAN
D. BERBRICH
1.
Investigation
of
houses:
BUSINESS MANAGER
D e m o c r a c y IMPLIES c h a n g e . I t is
ISABEL FEAR
Since o u r correspondents p r o p o s e " p u r e d e m CIRCULATION MANAGER
a. W i t h t h e a i d a n d support of JOSEPHINE MAGGIO
o c r a c y " in t h e Student Association affairs, l e t u s fortunate that our predecessors
ADVERTISING MANAGER
t h e faculty a n d a d m i n i s t r a - MARGERY CRAMER
choose t o vest t h e p o w e r of l a w c o m p a r e o u r o w n d e m o c r a c y w i t h t h e G o v e r n - m a k i n g i n t h e e n t i r e s t u d e n t body;
tion, d u r i n g a period of four MARY SULLIVAN
- •
SPORTS EDITOR
m e n t of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s , t h e p u r e s t
working f o r t u n a t e because in t h e process of
m o n t h s , a committee of eight KATHRYN HAGERTY
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
spent more t h a n its spare MARY TESSIER
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
c r e a t i n g a m o r e perfect s t u d e n t
S t a t e democracy in existance.
t i m e investigating a l l possiT h e L e g i s l a t i v e b r a n c h is c o m p o s e d of t h e H o u s e g o v e r n m e n t , t h e r e n e v e r arose t h e
bilities.
need for a legislative body of either
of R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s a n d t h e S e n a t e , n o m i n a t e d b y different p r o p o r t i o n s or of a m o r e
b. N o t only this, b u t a survey
p a r t y electors a n d e l e c t e d b y t h e e n t i r e p o p u l a - select n a t u r e . A t t h e s a m e time,
was m a d e questioning every
commuter
concerning h i s All communications should bo addressed to the edl'or and
t i o n — o f v o t i n g a g e . O u r L e g i s l a t i v e b r a n c h is t h e y choose t o v e s t t h e executive
must be signed. Names will be withheld upon request.
s u p p o r t of a house.
c o m p o s e d of t h e e n t i r e S t u d e n t A s s o c i a t i o n , S t u - power i n a s t u d e n t council comThe STATE COLLEGE NEWS assumes no responsibility
T h e results:
posed of seven m e m b e r s . Until a
for
opinions expressed In Its columns or communications
d e n t A s s o c i a t i o n b e i n g c o m p o s e d of a l l t h o s e w h o few y e a r s ago, t h e size a n d scope of
a. Little
co-operation
from as such expressions do not necessarily reflect Its view.
have paid t h e Student T a x .
r e p r e s e n t a t i o n of t h e council w e r e
those
commuters
outside
T h e n a t i o n a l E x e c u t i v e b r a n c h is c o m p o s e d of sufficient. A t t h a t time, S t u d e n t
t h e club, a l t h o u g h
every
m e m b e r w a s h i favor of i t .
t h e P r e s i d e n t , elected b y t h e p e o p l e , a n d t h e C a b - Association b e g a n t o feel t h a t t h i s
body w a s too limited to a d e q u a t e l y
b. T h r o u g h t h e help of certain
i n e t , a p p o i n t e d b y t h e P r e s i d e n t . O u r e x e c u t i v e r e p r e s e n t a n ever i n c r e a s i n g a n d
m e m b e r s of t h e a d m i n i s t r a p o w e r is v e s t e d i n S t u d e n t C o u n c i l , c o m p o s e d of c h a n g i n g s t u d e n t body. T h e council
tion, we h a v e been given
permission to use t h e Lounge.
23 m e m b e r s , n o m i n a t e d a n d e l e c t e d b y t h e e n t i r e w a s increased in size a n d b r o a d e n e d
in function
by a CONSTITUTIONAL
But this has n o t t h e advantStudent Body.
AMENDMENT ( a m o s t n a t u r a l t h i n g
ages of a house.
N o w , t h e J u d i c i a l b r a n c h w h i c h s e e m s t o b e to d o ) .
2. P a r t i c i p a t i o n i n college f u n c t h e d e b a t a b l e o n e ; w e feel t h a t o u r j u d i c i a l b r a n c h
T h e m e t a m o r p h o s i s of t h e executions:
is c h o s e n m o r e d e m o c r a t i c a l l y a t p r e s e n t t h a n t h e tive b r a n c h w a s n e c e s s a r y a n d w a s
a. T a b l e a u
in
"Christmas
Packages."
U n i t e d S t a t e s G o v e r n m e n t J u d i c i a l b o d y . T h e accomplished w i t h o u t t h e e l e m e n t
of t r a d i t i o n t o r e t a r d it. GRANTING
b. Concession a t S t a t e
Fair
J u d i c i a l p o w e r of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s i s v e s t e d i n T H E NEED FOR FLUIDITY I N O U R GOV(for 2 y e a r s ) .
t h e S u p r e m e C o u r t , c h o s e n b y t h e P r e s i d e n t of t h e ERNMENT, c a n w e overlook t h e f a c t
c. C a m p u s Chest drives (for 3
By MINDY WARSHAW
U n i t e d S t a t e s w i t h t h e a p p r o v a l , m o r e o r less a u t o - t h a t a O N E THIRD of i t s functions
years).
d. S t a m p Booth.
m a t i c , of t h e S e n a t e , a n d m i n u t e l y r e p r e s e n t a t i v e a r e p e r f o r m e d b y a STATIC judicial
body, w h i c h CANNOT, a c c o r d i n g t o
e. O p e n House held each year. W R I T T E N F R O M T O K Y O
of t h e e n t i r e p o p u l a t i o n . O u r J u d i c i a l p o w e r is ITS constitution, c o n f o r m t o t h i s
I n each of t h e above cases,
Since we all enjoy a nice peek into somebody else's
v e s t e d i n M y s k a n i a , e i g h t t o t h i r t e e n m e m b e r s s e - n e e d ? Does i t s e e m r a t i o n a l t h a t
we c o n t r i b u t e d i n proportion mail now a n d t h e n , l e t u s gaze into t h e c o n t e n t s of
t o t h e co-operation we h a d
l e c t e d b y t h e p r e c e d i n g M y s k a n i a . W o u l d i t b e S t u d e n t Association should m a i n a letter w r i t t e n last m o n t h by Major (note t h e p r o from sides.
n e a r e r a p u r e d e m o c r a c y t o h a v e t h e P r e s i d e n t of t a i n a b r a n c h of i t s g o v e r n m e n t
motion) S t e p h e n Godfrey, "41, from Tokyo:
which I T c a n n o t modify; a b r a n c h
3. Evidences of L e a d e r s h i p :
S t u d e n t A s s o c i a t i o n select t h e n e w M y s k a n i a w i t h of i t s g o v e r n m e n t w h i c h acts i n d e " I landed i n a C-54 on t h e 31st of August, two days
a. I n c r e a s e i n m e m b e r s h i p w i t h before t h e surrender w a s signed. O u r apprehensions
t h e a p p r o v a l of S t u d e n t C o u n c i l , 1 1 of w h o s e 2 3 p e n d e n t l y of S t u d e n t Associations
a n average of 60 a t t e n d i n g were quieted immediately, for there h a s been n o
m e m b e r s a r e f r e s h m e n a n d S o p h o m o r e s a n d t h e r e - opinion?
each regular meeting.
trouble from t h e J a p a n e s e a t yet a n d it looks like we
L y n n e Wolff, '46
b. F o r m a t i o n of a basketball
fore n o t a l w a y s i n a p o s i t i o n t o p r o p e r l y o b s e r v e
a r e going to have a fairly quiet occupation. T h e only
team.
P h i l Lashlnsky, '47
t h e l e a d e r s of t h e J u n i o r C l a s s ?
possible difficulties t h a t I could anticipate would be
c. Publication
of
newspaper
h u n g e r riots during t h e winter. I t m a y seem a diffiI t w o u l d b e n o m o r e p r a c t i c a l a n d less p r a c t i c a b l e
monthly.
T o t h e Editor:
d. Successful freshman recep- cult thing, b u t with other millions in t h e world w h o
t o h a v e t h e m e m b e r s of t h e j u d i c i a l b o d y e l e c t e d .
are hungry through n o fault of their own, I c a n n o t
S o t h e Faculty won't have a Big
tion.
T h e result could easily b e a b o d y of p o p u l a r s t u - 8! I could complain t h a t their r e e. R e p r e s e n t a t i o n
at
F r o s h sympathize m u c h with t h e Japanese.
d e n t s , s o m e of w h o m w o u l d n ' t h a v e t h e least c o n - fusal to p u t themselves o u t is u n "Inflation, black markets, lack of housing, a n d all
Camp.
cern a s t o t h e welfare of t h e college a n d w h o w o u l d patriotic, or shows lack of co-operaf. Organization of a Glee Club. t h e other problems of Europe are also found here. W e
tion to support s t u d e n t activities,
g. P r e s e n t a t i o n of a C h r i s t m a s lead a more or less isolated life living in t h e best
lack t h e essential t r a i t s of a real l e a d e r — w h i c h a r e but t h a t isn't t h e issue. T h e point
skit in t h e Lounge, to be of the remaining buildings, on G I food, a n d served
n o t a l w a y s a p r e t t y face, a s m o o t h t o n g u e , or a is t h a t t h e F a c u l t y Big 8 a n d t h e
by J a p s who get leftovers a n d with whom h u n g e r
open to everyone.
S
t
u
d
e
n
t
F
a
c
u
l
t
y
T
e
a
s
a
r
e
t
h
e
only
good c a m p a i g n m a n a g e r .
is no problem.
We
resent
t
h
e
criticism
in
last
occasions on which we have t h e
S t u d e n t C o u n c i l is a good i l l u s t r a t i o n . T h e r e opportunity to enjoy t h e Faculty— week's editorial. T h e success of a n y
"We have mess a t night in a fine dining room, from
a r e a p p r o x i m a t e l y five p e o p l e w h o r e a l l y h a v e especially the Big 8, because t h e r e organization depends essentially o n clothed tables, heavy silver, by candle light. Little
co-operation—in this case, n o t only
s o m e t h i n g t o s a y . T h e o t h e r s s i t b y p a s s i v e l y . S o m e t h e faculty really let their h a i r of t h e members of C o m m u t e r s ' J a p a n e s e women, dressed in beautiful kimonos, serve,
bobbing their heads shyly, a n d padding around in
down a n d become h u m a n in t h e
w h o h a v e t h e p o t e n t i a l i t i e s of l e a d e r s h i p t h a t t h e
Club, b u t also of commuters a t slippers to get this or t h a t small item without being
eyes of t h e students.
large
a
n
d
t
h
e
entire
s
t
u
d
e
n
t
body.
o r g a n i z a t i o n n e e d s either s u l k i l y s i t a n d s a y n o t h It is obvious t h a t t h e S t u d e n t - Admittedly t h e organization is i n requested. I t is difficult to leave, for your coffee (or
tea) c u p is always being filled, a n d when you finish
ing or childishly q u i t i n s t e a d of t r y i n g t o find o u t Faculty T e a s a r e n ' t t h e successful
its infancy, b u t if t h e necessary c o affairs t h a t they a r e m e a n t to be. operation is achieved, it will grow the cup, forget to watch a moment, a n d find t h e
w h e r e t h e difficulty lies.
cup refilled, you settle back for a few more m i n u t e s
T h e r e is too little mingling o n both
W e a r e n o t c o n d e m n i n g t h e e x i s t e n c e of S t u d e n t sides except for Myskania a n d a few and m a t u r e into a n organization of conversation.
which would wield a force t h r o u g h C o u n c i l . W e a r e only t r y i n g U> p o i n t o u t a possible conscientious
Student
Council out t h e school.
"Five of us were feted t h e other night by some
members.
And
I,
as
a
student,
h
o
n
fallacy of p o p u l a r elections. S t u d e n t C o u n c i l is a n
former J a p a n e s e Navy metoerologists by an invitaT
h
e
s
e
a
r
e
t
h
e
facts!
They
should
estly believe t h a t t h e Faculty will
tion to a suki-yaki dinner. We accepted a n d found
excellent m e d i a r y b e t w e e n t h e L e g i s l a t i v e a n d
not meet t h e S t u d e n t s half-way. have been secured before last week's ourselves t h a t evening in a geisha house where dinner
J u d i c i a l b r a n c h e s b e c a u s e it r e p r e s e n t s n o t only T h e y walk into t h e Lounge, see a editorial was written.
had been arranged. (We have learned that t h e real
C o m m u t e r s ' Club,
S t u d e n t Association b u t each i n d i v i d u a l class. I t colleague whom they have n o t seen
geisha
houses arc merely places of social e n t e r t a i n Shirley Rice, '40,
ment.) Each of us was served by a geisha girl who
s h o u l d c o n t i n u e t o b e chosen in t h e s a m e w a y , b u t since the last Faculty meeting, a n d
President.
immediately engage themselves in
sat beside us and filled our cups and fed us when
S t u d e n t Association s h o u l d weigh t h e q u a l i t i e s of conversation. If a s t u d e n t is brave
we had a n y particular difficulty with chop slicks.
all t h e c a n d i d a t e s . A n d , c o n t r a r y to p o p u l a r o p i n - enough t o approach t h e group, a
"We started off with cold snki and soon were drinkion, S t u d e n t Council exercises a b o u t twice a s m u c h few perfunctory words are e x c h a n g - is supposed to help them along
ed, a n d that is all.
with a friendly kick in t h e place ing il hot, as is t h e custom. T h e first courses were
p o w e r a s a n y of t h e o t h e r s m a l l e r r e p r e s e n t a t i v e
So t h a t leaves t h e Big it to where it docs t h e most good. When slices ol raw fish which we dipped into a sauce which
groups.
breach t h e widening gap. Nothing someone thinks he h a s been kicked was mixed with horse radish. Then a thick stalk of
T h e r e is a n o t h e r p o s s i b i l i t y
t o h a v e all t h e but a miracle could completely mend too much, lie should have t h e right some plant which was made up of folded leaves like
to appeal, but I h a t appeal should Ihe leaves In hearts of celery. Then a bowl full of
h e a d s of all t h e major o r g a n i z a t i o n s a u t o m a t i c a l l y the relationship, but I have seen
two Faculty Big 8's a n d they help. not degenerate into the question of, mushrooms a n d some scrambled eggs. Ml this will) n
on t h e judicial b o a r d . T h i s would increase t h e
prodigious number of drinks of saki,
I have specific instances to back "Who Is lying?"
T h e r e a r e three groups involved
b o d y to such a size t h a t it would be inefficient. It up all my s t a t e m e n t s ; a n d I a m
"We h a d been silling on a mailed floor will) movw o u l d lose its value a s a j u d i c i a l a n d h o n o r a r y .speaking of t h e Faculty in general. in tliis, t h e frosh, the .Sophs, a n d able elbow rests before a table about ten inches high,
Myskania.
T h e frosh should not iOur shoes were still downstairs at Ihe enlrance.i At
A Senior
g r o u p . I t wotdd also e l i m i n a t e c a n d i d a t e s w h o
take a warning to mean t h e end of ihis time, iwo charcoal braziers were broughl in a n d
h a v e definitely proven t h e m s e l v e s w o r t h y h u t h a v e Who still doesn't know h e r profs the world, they might be more care- placed on Ihe tabic. Two big platters of fresh red
ful so thai warnings won't be given beet' eii! in small iliin pieces and bowls of fresh vegetn e v e r d e v o t e d h t e m s e l v e s to a n y o n e o r g a n i z a t i o n .
To t h e Editors:
them, and less resentful when they ables were brought in a n d cooked before us us Ihe
W e a r e n o t s a y i n g t h a t M y s k a n i a , a s it s t a n d s ,
T h i s week Tuesday, many of us arc given. T h e Sophs might bo less sleam rose a n d t h e suki-yaki sputtered and cooked
is p e r f e c t — o r even t h e m o s t d e m o c r a t i c o r g a n i z a - witnessed what was probably one Itnnieky a n d more accurate in
under our noses. I n about twenty minutes il was done
They might also r e - and we were served, Available were fresh eggs to
t i o n , b u t we d o recognize t h e need for s u c h a g r o u p of the most disconcerting tilings of warnings.
this
semester—the
trials
of
freshmember
that
they
were
once
frosh
break over our meal a n d stir In. It was truly wondera n d would b e a m o n g t h e first t o a c c e p t a b e l t e r
men who b a d appealed warnings. themselves. Myskania might pubp l a n . H o w e v e r , such s t a t e m e n t s a s t h e o n e in It seemed to me t h a t most of t h e lish its rules of procedure before- ful food a n d thoroughly enjoyed. T h e geisha girls
through t h e meal kept everyone amused with a cont h e l e t t e r s a y i n g t h a t .Myskania, b e c a u s e of its own essence of t h e "tradition rivalry" hand, so t h a t all will know exactly s t a n t stream of c h a t t e r among themselves, a few
what is to h a p p e n ; many this T u e s - Japanese songs, a n d one truly beautiful dance."
c o n s t i t u t i o n , c a n n o t c o n f o r m t o t h e n e e d s of S t u - was lost in those trials.
This was n o t because trials were day obviously didn't.
d e n t A s s o c i a t i o n , when thai, is t h e v e r y reason tor
"A fine time was h a d by all."
held: t h e right to a fair trial Is
T h e s e suggestions m a y help; b u t
i t s e x i s t a n c e , a r e r i d i c u l o u s . A s j o u r n a l i s t s , in a l l certainly a cornerstone of a n y d e m - they cannot create w h a t Is really
Well, now you've read t h e letter and have learned
d u e m o d e s t y , w e s u g g e s t t h a t s u c h i d e a s b e m o r e ocratic S t u d e n t G o v e r n m e n t . T h o needed — S P I R I T AND S P O R T S - a little of w h a t it's like t o be over in J a p a n . And, a s
fault lay with
individuals a n d MANSHIP. W h a t about it '48 a n d an added attraction, m a y we add t h a t MaJ. Godfrey
fully i n v e s t i g a t e d before b e i n g p u b l i s h e d .
groups, n o t witli forms.
O r i e n t a - '49?
Show t h e old bags a r o u n d will be coming home in a month or so to h i s wife
W e h a v e o n l y o n e q u e s t i o n for o u r c o r r e s p o n - tion is supposed to help t h e frosh here w h a t rivalry really should bo I (State's former J a n e t t e Parker) and daughter, Suo . . ,
d e n t s : J u s t e x a c t l y h o w d o y o u d e f i n e d e m o c r a c y ? adjust to S t a t e . " T r a d i t i o n Rivalry"
G c r h u r d t Weinberg, '47.
We hope t o see you soon, Major. Happy Thanksgiving!
3>Ua
and
2>*ta
RELIGIOUS CLUBS
SLATE SERVICES
AT THANKSGIVING
Frosh To Serenade, Parade
In Assembly This Morning
"Life is very different"—yes,
It's very peculiar here, How
well t h e frosh will know today
In assembly a s they carry o u t t h e
tradition for t h e t e n t h year.
T h e frosh will again serenade
Hillel, S C A t o Hold
—not only t h e Sophs, b u t t h e
entire s t u d e n t body, They m u s t
Joint Meting In Chapel
croon melodiously a n d from
Hillel, S t u d e n t Christian Associamemory our Alma M a t e r during
tion, a n d N e w m a n Club have a n todays assembly. T h e n t h e class
n o u n c e d p l a n s for special religious
of '49 will leave their ivory towservices scheduled for t h e coming
er a n d parade around t h e a u d i week. I n t e r - V a r s i t y Christian F e l torium, up a n d down t h e aisles,
lowship a p p o i n t m e n t s have been
slnglr.g hteir theme song, "Life
a n n o u n c e d by Sally Holmes, '47,
is very different,"
President.
Hillel will hold t h e first all-stuT h e upper classmen will listen
d e n t service today a t 8:30 P . M. In to t h e serenade; t h e Sophs will
t h e Congregation Ohav Sholom a t
be watching for '49 specimens
441 W a s h i n g t o n Avenue. Solomon
who do n o t exhibit t h e proper
Minsberg, '47, will officiate a n d
tonal range, e n t h u s i a s m or h i g h Muriel R u b i n , '47, will lead t h e
stepping.
choir. All S t a t e s t u d e n t s m a y a t T h e Daffies say t h a t t h e y a r e
tend.
prepared to "insure correct perSCA a n d Hillel will hold t h e first
formance from t h e class of '49."
combined T h a n k s g i v i n g service o n
M o n d a y a t t h e U n i t a r i a n Chapel
from 12 to 12:30 P . M. T h e p r o g r a m will include t h e Call t o W o r s h i p , H a r r i e t B r i n k m e n '46; T h a n k s giving R e a d i n g , D r . Louis Jones,
Professor of English; Benediction,
J o s e p h Palevsky '46.
SCA will hold i t s first d e p u t a t i o n
service S u n d a y n i g h t a t 8 P . M .
Commuter's Club h a s organized a
i n M e n a n d s , according to H a r r i e t
m o n t h l y newspaper entitled " T o m B r i n k m a n , '46, P r e s i d e n t .
M e m b e r s of t h e d e p u t a t i o n p r o - my's Tattles," which will report t h e
activities
throughout
the
g r a m will visit different churches club
e a c h week a n d c o n d u c t t h e youth m o n t h . Shirley Rice, '46, President,
also announced t h a t a chorus of
services h e l d t h e r e .
N e w m a n Club will hold its Holy thirty voices h a s been formed a n d
H o u r a t t h e s m a l l grotto a t 4 P . M. a basketball t e a m Is being o r g a n S u n d a y . A s h o r t sermon will be ized,
"Tommy's T a t t l e s , " is Issued once
delivered by R e v . Gerald Kerwin,
A s s i s t a n t Editor of t h e Evangelist, a m o n t h to t h e club m e m b e r s u n t h e C a t h o l i c n e w s p a p e r of t h e Dio- der t h e editorship of Mildred B a r n cese ol Albany, a n d a buffet s u p - ard, '46. T h e first issue w a s p u b p e r will follow i n N e w m a n Hall. lished November 8.
T h e chorus of t h i r t y voices Is
Sally D u n n , '47, is general c h a i r u n d e r t h e directorship of J o a n
man.
Sally Holmes, '47, President of Woertzler, '49.
I n t e r - V a r s i t y C h r i s t i a n Fellowship,
T h e C o m m u t e r s ' Club basketball
h a s a n n o u n c e d t h a t R u t h Halstead, team, "Tommy's T e r r o r s , " is m a n '49, h a s been a p p o i n t e d librarian, aged by R o b e r t a V a n Auken, '46.
a n d Doris Hoenninger, '49, song- T h e y will e n t e r t h e regular b a s k e t ball league t h i s winter.
leader, of t h e organization.
P A G E S.
Witnesses
FORUM APPOINTS Former State Student
OfAtomicBomb
BREISH CHAIRMAN First Explosion
OF NEW GROUP
Every one knows about t h e atomic
" I c a n n o t r e m e m b e r ever before
bomb, b u t o n e of o u r own former
students, J a c k S m i t h , '43, worked being a s tremendously excited a s X
on it. Two faculty m e m b e r s recently w a s on t h e m o r n i n g of t h e 6 t h , o n
first h e a r i n g t h e news of H i r o s h i m a .
E x p a n d i n g i t s scope f u r t h e r into received a n interesting letter from
"An even g r e a t e r comfort i t is t o
Smith
concerning
h
i
s
work
a
n
d
h
i
s
the field of i n t e r n a t i o n a l relations,
impressions of t h e testing of t h e know t h a t you will n o t be a m o n g
the F o r u m of olitlcs h a s n o w int h o s e w h o believe—and this class
bomb In New Mexico.
corporated t h e I n t e r n a t i o n a l Relaseems u n f o r t u n a t e l y large i n n u m Smith
transferred
to
Cornell
a
t
tions Clubs a s a subsidiary organb e r — t h a t i t is possible t o keep t h o
ization, a n d a resolution opposing t h e end of h i s J u n i o r year to con- detailed secrets of t h e atomic bomb
tinue
his
work
in
Physics,
after
h
e
military t r a i n i n g h a s been submith a d taken all t h e m a t h a n d physics from a n y n a t i o n sufficiently i n t e r ted a n d will be voted upon a t t h e
courses offered here. T h e letter to ested i n i t . I t is discouraging t o
n e x t meeting. Miss Selma K r e i s Dr. Charles Andrews, Professor of h e a r of these legislators — s h o r t berg, '46, S p e a k e r , h a s announced
Physics, and D r . R a l p h Beaver, P r o - s i g h t e d or misinformed or w h a t e v e r
the a p p o i n t m e n t of Miss Matlelyn fessor of M a t h e m a t i c s , said in p a r t : t h e y m a y be—who would m a k e us I t s
Breish, '48, a s c h a i r m a n of t h e
" . . . I will tell in detail a few sole owner by a n a c t of Congress.
group.
" I would prefer merely to s t a t e m y
things about t h e atomic bomb t h a t
T h e Carnegie E n d o w m e n t for I n can be given a personalized touch. own opinions in brief—that t h e u s e
t e r n a t i o n a l Peace, which sponsors
"Let's begin way back on July 15, of t h e b o m b was a well-guided a n d
I R C t h r o u g h o u t t h e country, h a s
when I went . . . w i t h some friends necessary operation, a n d now t h a t It
sent t h e g r o u p several books a n d
to see what we hoped would be a n h a s been done we a r e faced with- t h e
r e s e a r c h p a m p h l e t s of valuable n a - epochal event of b u t several seconds difficult b u t n o t impossible task of
ture to social studies students. duration. At 5:30 a.m. we were a t seeing t h a t proper control is e x e r A m o n g t h e books a r e : European t h e bottom of t h e canyon several cised over t h e atomic energy.
Manifesto,
by P i e r r e D e L a n u x ; h u n d r e d feet deep with o n e huge
" T h e public a n d those w h o r e p r e The Future of Japan, by William C. m o u n t a i n directly t o our south. All s e n t t h e public m u s t be m a d e s h a r p J o h n s t o n e . A m o n g t h e p a m p h l e t s a sudden t h e sky overhead w a s ly a w a r e of t h e fact t h a t a r a c e
a r e : Charter of the United
Nations, lighted brightly, a s were all objects a m o n g n a t i o n s in t h e development of
Report to the President
on the Re- about us—even t h e inside of our c a r . a t o m i c power c a n be n o t h i n g b u t
mult s of the San Francisco
Con- We stopped to wait for shock a n d disastrous, t h a t t h e r e exists n o s a t i s ference, The Potsdam
Declaration, sound, b u t t h e y were d a m p e d o u t factory protection today against t h e
and t h e Breton Woods
Argument. a n d just plain blocked by t h e m o u n - malicious release of this energy. D i s All freshmen interested in trying tain i n t h e l a t t e r case. Those others p e r s a l of industry a n d population
out have been requested to see Do- who h a d stayed a t o p t h e peak were a n d t h e resort to literal u n d e r g r o u n d
lores Gaslow, '47, Publicity Chair- rewarded with a magnificent spec- activities a r e a t best impracticable
man, or J u d i t h Gerofsky, Soap Box tacle; t h e explosion occurred a p - m e a s u r e s . I t m i g h t easily prove i m Editor.
proximately o n t h e i r horizon. T h e y possible t o keep defense a h e a d of
A resolution h a s been submitted saw a m o u n t a i n r a n g e , n e a r it a n d offense, provided t h e former could
to F o r u m r e a d i n g a s follows: " R e some 3-miles long, l i t u p . T h e c e n - g e t t h e lead."
solved: T h a t t h e F o r u m of Politics t r a l ball of fire w a s visible t o t h e m .
go o n record a s being opposed to W h e n we arrived b a c k a t t h e site we
Compulsory Conscription for mili- were told by elated people t h a t t h e
t a r y t r a i n i n g in p e a c e t i m e ; a n d flash h a d been seen from h e r e , some
t h a t t h i s b e r e p o r t e d to Congres- 150 miles d i s t a n t .
sional c o m m i t t e e s now w o r k i n g on
t h a t m a t t e r . " T h i s resolution will amended to read—'Any s t u d e n t i n be discussed a n d voted on a t t h e jured in a n official WAA or MAA
n e x t meeting.
activity m a y a s k for assistance
Elizabeth H a m i l t o n , '46, G r a n d from t h e WAA-MAA Reserve fund.'
Mrs. N a o m i H . M a r t i n , A s s i s t a n t
Marshall, h a s a n n o u n c e d t h a t all Assistance, if g r a n t e d , shall be t a k - I n s t r u c t o r i n Library Service, h a s
old posters i n t h e C a m p u s Commis- en wholly from t h e Reserve F u n d . " a n n o u n c e d t h a t t h e college library's
sion office will b e thrown away
A r e c o m m e n d a t i o n will b e m a d e collection of victrola records is for
Monday. A n y organization desiring by S t u d e n t Council to each class t h e u s e of t h e s t u d e n t s a s well a s
to save their posters m u s t pick t h e m suggesting t h a t it pass a motion i n - t h e professors a n d practice t e a c h e r s .
cluding t h e following provisions: T h e list of available records is k e p t
up before t h e n ,
Miss H a m i l t o n h a s also stated First, t h a t t h e Class T r e a s u r e r shall in t h e vertical file u n d e r t h e l e t t e r
t h a t due t o t h e sugar shortage a n d give a financial r e p o r t to h i s class " A " a n d m a y be examined by t h e
t h e consequent decrease in coke sup- two weeks before t h e regular n o m - s t u d e n t s a t a n y time.
T h e collection of 218 records, some
plies, t h e r e will b e only a limited inations i n spring, a n d second t h a t
t h e Class Books shall be open to of which a r e i n albums, is m a d e u p
a
m
o
u
n
t
in
t
h
e
m
a
c
h
i
n
e
in
the
ComBy CULLINAN & HILT
inspection by t h e members of t h e of ballads a n d folk songs, sound efclass from t h e d a t e of t h e report fects for use in plays, square d a n c e
until elections.
records, readings of poems by t h e i r
Perhaps a compromise is t h e a n If we m a y be permitted to digress
a u t h o r s , such a s S t e p h e n Vincent
from t h e purpose of this column we swer to this ever-constant d e b a t e .
B e n e t , Vachel Lindsay, a n d E d n a S t .
Reserved Seats
would like to bring before you t h eSeveral suggestions have been p r o At t h e S t u d e n t Council meeting it V i n c e n t Millay, several of S h a k e question
uppermost
in
s t u d e n t posed. Here is o n e which, t h o u g h
was decided t h a t t h e number of r e - s p e a r e ' s plays a n d songs, a n d S c h u not devoid of loop-holes, offers a
t h o u g h t a t this time—Myskania.
served seats to be saved for D r a m - b e r t ' s 8 t h S y m p h o n y i n B Minor.
I t is generally agreed t h a t Mys- s t a r t i n g place for further discussion.
otic and Arts a n d Music Council S o m e of these records h a v e been
k a n i a is supposed to be a n honor- It is suggested t h a t every Senior
presentations would be determined p r e s e n t e d t o t h e library by t h e
ary body composed of Seniors who holding a major office be a d m i t t e d
by t h e importance of t h e produc- College a n d Milne English D e p a r t This
have proved their capabilities a n d automatically to Myskania.
(Continued
from page l.Col. 1) tion with t h e general quota reduced m e n t s . T h e first contribution w a s
leadership in u n d e r g r a d u a t e affairs. would necessitate a revision of t h e
m a d e in November, 1934, a n d t h e
Yet for t h e past three years this major-minor office p l a n because
ten Any deficits shall be m e t byexcept for t h e largest presentations collection is now being a u g m e n t e d
of
each
organization
during
t
h
e
several
of
t
h
e
major
offices
do
n
o
t
body h a s been so criticized t h a t it
the regular constitutional proceby t h e use of t h e library fund.
is becoming a ease of constant entail constant work a n d effort dure, a n d all surpluses shall be year. It was felt t h a t because t h e
Albany public contributes as much
throughout
Ihe
college
career.
Tlie s t u d e n t s m a y take o u t t h e
struggle
to m a i n t a i n
itself on
placed in t h e Surplus Fund.
as a third of t h e total funds in t h e records, like magazines, o n o n e d a y
campus.
How disappointing this
III.
T
h
e
S
t
u
d
e
n
t
Board
of
F
i
n
In
addition
two m e m b e r s - a t must be to these Seniors who h a v - laige, not already r u n n i n g for a ance shall have t h e power to ask Dramatic a n d Arts Association a n d charges, asking for t h e desired r e c ing worked for S t a t e College for major office, would be nominated any questions on t h e report and to Music Council budget, reserve seats ord by its number in t h e list, which
three years find student opinion and elected by t h e s t u d e n t body. d e m a n d t h e a t t e n d a n c e of other could not be entirely eliminated. If i.s now a r r a n g e d in t h e order i n
general admission tickets only a r e which t h e records were added t o
against Mum when they have a t - T h e fact that t h e nominee cannot members of t h e group.
sold, less money would be taken in t h e collection.
According t o M r s .
tained this honor.
IV. T h e Student. Board of F i n - and thus t h e quantity a n d quality
he running for a major office would
M a r t i n , t h e records a r e being c a t a T h e r e a r e several reasons for this honor students who have a t t a c h e d ance may make any report or rec- of e n t e r t a i n m e n t offered to S t a t e
logued by title cards similar t o
lack oi student support but they themselves to no particular group o m m e n d a t i o n on these matters to College students would be lowered.
those used for books, a n d will be
all seem lo center around n s u n - bin who have worked hard for t h e Student Association if it deems it Any questions concerning this m a t ready for use in t h e near future.
democratic a.peels. After all this college as a whole.
advisable.
ter may be referred to a n y S t u d e n t
If t h e records a r e out, they m a y
organization was lormed in 1917
V. All accounting on a report, Council member.
This plan would be effective i n
be reserved. Mrs. M a r t i n h a s asked
when secret societies were being
-hall
be
considered
completed
when
thai ;l would be more democratic
T h e Junior Class will elect a S t u - that records be requested a day i n
formed
ihrotutlioii*
the country.
in re listering student opinion, in the report h a s been signed by a dent Council representative to suc- a d v a n c e to allow time for obtaining
Now i h e ueiiti is delinilely inward
majority
of
t
h
e
members
of
the
its assimilation of nil student leadceed Philip Lashinsky, who resign- t h e m from t h e stacks.
Hie means ol r x p r c s more deni
ers rather t h a n a certain n u m b e r Student Board of Finance.
ed this office recently. T h e nomin, lead-. Us lo one of
VI.
T
h
e
Student
Board
of
FinMan a n d this leads
oi them chosen by a select group,
ations for tliis position
include
he lack of
Myskailia's main laul
M y s k a n i a also announced t h a t a n
and linally s t u d e n t organization on ance shall furnish all organizations Clyde Cook, Julia Collier, Jennie
.student voice in selecting Ihe lead campus would become more active. for which money for trips of con- Drivas, Margery Pender, Patricia open
discussion
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teen other st lulenl > lo be h mured drawbacks concerning the proposal. Student Council Million
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againsi tin.- body, p.trl.cularh il dents, ineffectual lenders m a y i n - mended by S t u d e n t Council and tho will fill t h e vacancy created by T r a d i t i o n a which states t h a t freshHi,,
selection
overlooks
students heril Myskunla; nisi, it would 'make Student Hoard of Finance reads as Gerald Dunn, who h a s been induct- men .shall be required to know t h e
deemed worili.\ ol this honor by a larger, perhaps less effective work- follows: "It is hereby enacted that ed Into the Armed Forces. Robert- Alma M a t e r by November 1, h a s
ing group, and above nil power poli- the section of the WAA-MAA As- son Baiter and Robert Kiltrldge
Ihe majority ot t h e stiuleiu body,
been a m e n d e d to Include t h e " F i g h t
ties would reach its prime.
sistance fund resolution of 1!)42-'4:S have been n o m i n a t e d .
On t h e oilier hand let u.s now
An open trial lor J e a n Harris, S o n g " a n d "Arm I n A r m " a s well.
The points here enumerated have which new reads — ' t h e infirmary
look at i lie functions ol Myskania,
M y s k a n i a also states t h a t T r a d i t i o n
In addition to its judicial powers, I), no means been fully developed. fund of tin- s t u d e n t must first be
ti, which concerns upperclassmen
Myskania Announcements
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State Meets Skidmore
In Play-off Tomorrow
. By MARY LIZ SULLIVAN - ^
Yes—and a h a p p y T h a n k s g i v i n g
t o you too! We just know h o w s a d
everyone is a t t h e t h o u g h t of h a v i n g t o g o home for a few d a y s ' v a c a t i o n b u t try and bear u p u n d e r t h i s
t r i a l w i t h the thought t h a t w e l l be
back i n a m a t t e r of a week—or
s h o u l d n ' t we have m e n t i o n e d t h a t ?
T o bring u p a m a t t e r t h a t h a s
a l r e a d y been mentioned on t h i s
p a g e , w e would like to say s o m e t h i n g about t h e game between S t a t e
a n d Skidmore. T h e game Is t o m o r row afternoon. We should, t h e r e fore, have many S t a t e
rooters
t h e r e . Excluding those who work
o n S a t u r d a y , there is still left a
s u b s t a n t i a l number so t h a t if 20%
c a m e t o t h e game tomorrow, we
could h a v e a nice rooting section.
How a b o u t it kids are we going t o
g e t o u t there a n d give our t e a m
some support? T h e bets a r e t e n to
o n e t h a t there will be quite a few
from Skidmore t h e r e t h a t w o n ' t be
playing but cheering.
T o keep in line with t h e cheering
Idea, something was definitely lacki n g with the frosh cheering a t t h e
rivalry hockey game last week. T h e
cheerleaders did their best b u t
e i t h e r t h e frosh weren't yelling or
else they all weren't cheering t o g e t h e r . Could even be t h e y d i d n ' t
know t h e cheers. T h e Sophs, o n
t h e o t h e r h a n d , h a d well organized
cheers a n d most of t h e S o p h s a t
t h e g a m e seemed t o know t h e m . Of
course the frosh have t h e excuse
t h a t t h e y weren't really organized,
b u t t h a t ' s all over now a n d we
should really see some good c h e e r i n g a t t h e rivalry games.
Hockey Cheers
•
" - I n c i d e n t a l l y , t h e referee a t t h e
Rivalry game was h e a r d to say t h a t
t h e frosh t e a m showed excellent
f o r m a n d t h a t the best t e a m s do n o t
always win hockey games.
W e wish people would stop m e n tioning the fact t h a t Army b e a t
Notre Dame last week. O.K., O.K.,
we listened to t h a t game too—it
m u s t h a v e been Notre D a m e ' s off
d a y or something. Boy—and gee,
were we heartbroken—still sniffling.
So,
t h i s leaves t h e
Army-Navy
g a m e as the big tiff now. Various
sources say t h a t Army will w i n a n d
w e are inclined to agree with t h i s
opinion. They should win by two
or more touchdowns. T h e g a m e
i s n ' t until December first, so e a c h
of t h e teams will have a c h a n c e to
rest up — ah, so like the games
a r o u n d here.
W e want to give a few lines to
t h e letters to the Ed. d e p a r t m e n t .
W e receive them and providing
t h a t there are no slams a g a i n s t t h e
constitution or government of t h e
United States, no swearing a n d t h e
n a m e or names of the writers a r e
included, then we will p r i n t t h e m .
Now t h a t ' s not hard is it? And a s
for not liking to receive t h e m — t h a t
is a malicious rumor s t a r t e d by our
d e a r fourth page enemies.
So—
a n y time you have a gripe ( a n d who
h a s n ' t ) that concerns in any way
sports here at college, you c a n air
i t by writing it out, signing your
n a m e a n d sending it in. T h e really
i m p o r t a n t Item is signing your
n a m e , in case you do write i n b e cause it kills us to have to disregard
a perfectly lovely wild letter simply
because it's not signed.
W e would also like to m e n t i o n t h e
co-operation we have received from
WAA this year with regard to giving us information about t h e events
we report on. I n this way, we a r e
able to have one of our very able
r e p o r t e r s (plug) on h a n d to w a t c h
t h e games and write up t h e stories.
T h e n everybody is happy — WAA
because we're reporting on their
events and us because we have
s o m e news to print!
B u t what about MAA's elections?
T h e current excuse is t h a t not
e n o u g h fellows show up for m e e t ings t o have an election, So does
t h a t m e a n t h a t MAA will go along
for t h e rest of the year because n o t
e n o u g h fellows ure Interested in
g e t t i n g together to elect a n o t h e r
d i r e c t o r ? MAA Is sponsoring enough
activities to w a r r a n t , direction by
a n MAA director. S o how about it
fellows—let's get on t h e ball a n d
g e t t h a t election over with.
All StarTearaPicked; Athletic Points
SecondSquadToPlay Spotlite R ivalry
Sport Score Tied
S k i d m o r e is coming to S t a t e t o m o r r o w for a hockey field d a y t o b e
held o n t h e D o r m Field a t 2:30 P.M.
T h i s event h a s been a long t i m e
coming, but t h e eventful d a y is n o w
n e a r a t h a n d . T h i s is t h e first t i m e
t h a t a play day h a s b e e n a r r a n g e d
with a n out of town t e a m in m a n y
a year, a n d w i n or lose, W A A h a s
s t a r t e d something t h a t s h o u l d go
on.
Considering t h a t
approximately
sixty women t u r n o u t for hockey,
m o r e play d a y s should be p l a n n e d ,
n o t only i n hockey, b u t also i n o t h er sports. If hockey is i m p o r t a n t
enough to b e t a u g h t i n t h e g y m
classes twice a week for a p e r i o d of
eight weeks, it is i m p o r t a n t e n o u g h
to hold the i n t e r e s t s of t h e s t u d e n t s
i n intercollegiate rivalry.
Two G a m e s
I t is expected t h a t two t e a m s will
be playing a t t h e s a m e t i m e a s t h i s
is one of t h e prerequisites of a
play day.
The
Sophomores
constitute
a
majority of t h e first t e a m n u m b e r ing six. T h e J u n i o r s follow w i t h
t h r e e , a n d t h e Seniors a r e n o t far
b e h i n d with two r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s .
T h e frosh a s y e t h a v e n o t p r o d u c e d
a n y o u t s t a n d i n g hockey p l a y e r s , b u t
four '49ers will play o n t h e second
team. Pour Sophomores, and two
J u n i o r s will complete t h e t e a m .
Skidmore's T e a m
S k i d m o r e h a s h a d excellent t e a m s
in t h e last few years a n d is e x p e c t ed t o live u p to its r e p u t a t i o n t h i s
year. W i t h its course i n p h y s i c a l
education, sports a r e stressed, a n d
t h i s game promises t o p i t S t a t e ' s
best against Skidmore t e a m s .
T h e lineups for S t a t e :
First Team
Second T e a m
Seymour, '46
LW
I n e s o n , '49
D u n n , '46
LI
T i l d e n , '48
Q u i n n , '48
CF
Owens, '49
Sweeney, '47
RI
Maginess, '48
Pascuzzi, '48
R W Hegginger, '48
Campbell, '47
LH
D i e n e r , '47
M a r g o t , '47
CH
M o b e r g , '49
Diffin, '48
RH
T l c h y , '48
Diehl, '48
LF
Y e a r d o n , '48
R a n d , '48
RF
H a r r i s , '49
Daly, '48
G
W a k i n , '47
Ricci, '48, Joslin, '49, a n d Pless,
'49, will fill i n t h e forward line w i t h
Stittig, '49 in one of t h e h a l f b a c k
positions. Anderson, '49, will s u b s t i t u t e in t h e goalie spot.
Communication . . .
T o t h e Sports E d i t o r :
F o r t h e p a s t two or t h r e e weeks
t h e r e h a s been a r u m o r
going
a r o u n d t h a t MAA isn't living u p t o
its "promises."
As far as we c a n see t h e r e is n o
t r u t h in t h e s t a t e m e n t b e c a u s e u p
to t h e p r e s e n t day MAA h a s been
c a r r y i n g o n some form of a c t i v i t y .
W h a t about t h e football g a m e s a n d
the P i n g P o n g t o u r n a m e n t w h i c h is
now in its final stages?
Or d o n ' t
they count?
We also feel t h a t MAA s h o u l d be
allowed to leave " t h e d u n g e o n of
suppression" a n d be given t h e s a m e
freedom a n y other o r g a n i z a t i o n o n
c a m p u s receives. A c u r r e n t e x a m ple of this was t h e S t a t e - S i e n a football game. W h e n S t a t e w a s t o play
Siena, MAA was told e i t h e r to play
it elsewhere or cancel t h e g a m e a s
the field was taken. T h i s s e e m s to
be t h e same answer received w h e n
o t h e r MAA e v e n t s h a d b e e n a r ranged for t h e field.
We think t h a t preference s h o u l d
be given to t h e s e intercollegiate
sports events over i n t r a m u r a l s since
it Is t h e only o p p o r t u n i t y t h a t t h i s
college h a s for c o m p e t i t i o n w i t h
o t h e r schools in t h e field of s p o r t s .
Since the m e n a r e willing to u p hold S t a t e traditions—why n o t s u p p o r t t h e m In their efforts?
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S p o r t i n g events constitute t w e n t y two a n d o n e - h a l f p o i n t s of t h e final
rivalry score. Since t h i s is almost
one-half of t h e t o t a l sixty p o i n t s
awarded, it is of g r e a t i m p o r t a n c e
t h a t sports should hold t h e interest
of n o t only t h e rivalry classes, but
also t h e e n t i r e school.
Considering
that
the
sports
events h a v e b e e n almost evenly
split so far, we c a n see t h a t e a c h
classic will be fought to t h e b i t t e r
end.
T h i s year b o t h competing
classes h a v e
shown
outstanding
skill in all forms of athletics.
Campus Day
O n C a m p u s Day, for t h e first
t i m e in m a n y years, t h e f r e s h m e n
topped t h e S o p h s i n t h e o n e h u n dred yard dash, t h e three-legged
race a n d t h e old clothes race, w i n ning t h r e e points. '48 trailed w i t h
a score of one p o i n t acquired by
crossing t h e line first in t h e sack
race. T h e Sophs also failed t o w i n
t h e relay races last year.
However, o n November 8, '48 i n creased its score by b e a t i n g t h e
freshmen, 2-0 i n t h e hockey g a m e .
B o t h t e a m s were excellent on d e fense, but '49 lacked t h a t e x t r a
drive t h e S o p h s h a d . T h e '48ers
h a d p l a y e d t o g e t h e r for a longer
period of time a n d t h i s gave t h e m
a slight edge over t h e frosh.
Rivalry Score
T h e rivalry score t h e n stood 3-3
as far as sports were concerned. Of
course t h e frosh received o n e a n d
one-half p o i n t s for t h e C a m p u s Day
skit, bringing t h e t o t a l score t o 4 % 3 in t h e i r favor.
Basketball season s t a r t s directly
after T h a n k s g i v i n g a n d after two
m o n t h s of practice, t h e rivalry b a s ketball g a m e will be held.
Three
points will be a w a r d e d to t h e class
whose t e a m wins two o u t of t h r e e
games. L a s t year '48 was defeated.
T h i s year because of practice w i t h
t h e house t e a m s a n d a d d e d practice
with t h e class t e a m , '48, is favored,
b u t t h e frosh are n o t lacking in
spirit a n d t e a m w o r k a n d g r e a t t h i n g s
are expected of t h e m .
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"We a r e old c o w h a n d s o u t
in S l i n g e r l a n d s !
O h , t h e m o o n is b r i g h t a n d
t h e h a y Is g r a n d !
But there ain't no men to
hold our h a n d s ! "
Such
tear-jerking
melodies
were raised above t h e clipetyclop of horses hoofs d u r i n g t h e
WAA h a y r i d e . Occasionally a
piercing s c r e a m r a n g o u t w h e n
t h e hores pulling t h e second w a gon h u n g e r e d for a s t r a n d of
B i n n ' soft, once f r a g r a n t h a i r .
Ellie, you look simply d e v a s t a t ed—oops, I m e a n devastating—
in short h a i r , however u n e v e n !
W a s n ' t t h a t h o t chocolate d e licious, gals?
Yes, it looked
slightly a n e m i c a n d s m a c k e d of
apples, b u t it was h o t chocolate.
T h e e n t e r t a i n m e n t was
super a n d definitely tied in w i t h
t h e informal t h e m e of t h e evening,
A g r e a t deal of formerly u n r e vealed prowess a n d skill was d i s covered d u r i n g t h e volley ball
game. Athletes, w h e r e h a v e you
been h i d i n g y o u r t a l e n t s ?
Zippin Defeated;
Weiner - Wagner
Meet In Finals
T h e last g a m e of t h e semi-finals
of t h e MAA p i n g - p o n g t o u r n a m e n t
was played off l a s t Wednesday. H e r b
Weiner downed Cal Zippin t h r e e out
of four games. T h i s leaves only t h e
final m a t c h between W a g n e r a n d
to be played off.
H. F. Honikel & Son
Council Selects
Basketball Heads
WAA h e l d a Council m e e t i n g ,
T u e s d a y , November 13, to p l a n t h e
fall sports p r o g r a m .
I t h a s been a n n o u n c e d by M a r y
S e y m o u r , '46, P r e s i d e n t of WAA,
t h a t t h e basketball t o u r n a m e n t will
be s t a r t e d directly a f t e r T h a n k s giving vacation. Sweeney a n d B a k er, J u n i o r s , a n d Quinn, '48, h a v e
b e e n n a m e d c a p t a i n s of t h i s s p o r t .
T h e s e girls h a v e asked t h a t a l l
t e a m s wishing to p a r t i c i p a t e in t h e
i n t r a m u r a l basketball
tournament
should h a n d in their n a m e s before
vacation
begins.
The
schedule
Will be p l a n n e d d u r i n g t h e recess.
E a c h h o u s e o n c a m p u s is r e q u e s t ed to field a t e a m as t h i s will c r e a t e rivalry a n d spirit between t h e
groups.
L a s t year s i x t e e n t e a m s
p a r t i c i p a t e d in t h e league.
They
were Stokes Hall, N e w m a n H a l l ,
M o r e l a n d Hall, Chi Sig, W r e n Hall,
K a p p a Delta, Psi G a m , P h i D e l t a ,
Beta
Zeta, Alpha Epsilon
Phi,
Sayles
Hall, Rares,
Dynamiters,
W h i z Kids, T o m m y More, a n d G a m m a K a p . Pierce Hall d r o p p e d o u t
of t h e schedule b u t it is h o p e d t h a t
it will combine some of its groups
a n d form a t e a m t h a t is r e p r e s e n t a tive of t h e dorm.
G a m m a K a p won t h e basketball
cup last year taking it from Chi Sig
w h o won for t h e '43-'44 season. I n
o r d e r to keep t h e cup p e r m a n e n t l y ,
a t e a m m u s t win t h e t o u r n a m e n t
for t h r e e consecutive years, so c o m p e t i t i o n a m o n g t h e g r o u p h o u s e s is
strong.
Muriel Owens a n d M a r g a r e t S e a m a n , newly elected R e p r e s e n t a t i v e
a n d M a n a g e r of t h e Class of '49,
were installed as m e m b e r s of t h e
Council.
The
freshmen
representatives
were a p p o i n t e d as the c o m m i t t e e in
c h a r g e of r e f r e s h m e n t s for
the
my day tomorrow a g a i n s t S k i d m o r e . All of t h e Council will a c t
as m e m b e r s of t h e Reception C o m mittee.
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Day '47
Shapiro '48
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I n t h e m a t c h between Zippin a n d
Wiener, it looked as if Zippin was
going to give W e i n e r more t h a n a
little trouble, Zippin h a s a style t h a t
Is h a r d to beat. His m a i n asset is
t h a t h e keeps h i s o p p o n e n t o n his
toes by h i s v a r i e t y of surprise
strikes. O n the o t h e r h a n d , Weiner
h a s no special o u t s t a n d i n g feature,
but plays a n offensive or defensive
g a m e equally well. His style Is c o n T e a T i m e was h e r e a g a i n ! WAA,
sistant, a n d his strokes do n o t vary
u n d e r t h e leadership of M a r y Lydia
a g r e a t d e a l in force.
Seymour, '46, President, sponsored
T h e first g a m e was very even. a t e a yesterday for t h e faculty a n d
T h e r e was little difference in the m e m b e r s of the s t u d e n t body, in t h e
score right from the beginning. B o t h Lounge.
players were nervous a n d n o t u p to
T h e f r e s h m e n were introduced t o
their usual form, but it looked like t h e athletically inclined u p p e r c l a s s Zippln's game from the very begin- m e n a n d those sport e n t h u s i a s t s of
ning, a n d h e followed t h r o u g h by '49 were m e t by S t a t e .
taking the g a m e 21-19.
L a s t year W o m e n ' s Athletic A s I n the second game both players sociation also sponsored a tea a n d
gained confidence a n d s t a r t e d out t h i s proved so successful t h a t i t
with d e t e r m i n a t i o n . B o t h players h a s now become a tradition.
E d n a Sweeney, '47, a n d W i l m a
worked i n t o top form, a n d for a
while it looked like anybodys game. Diehl, '48, spoke on their experiences
Unlike Zippin w h o g a i n s confidence a t hockey camp this s u m m e r a n d
Chuck Axelrod, '47, staged a fencing
w h e n h e is winning, Weiner plays
exhibition.
better in a clinch. W e i n e r led at
Miss J o h n s t o n , Miss Foster, M a r y
first, but t h e score evened up a t 1616. Zippin tried to keep on a par S e y m o u r a n d G e t t e D u n n poured.
Winter Sports
T h e w i n t e r sports, ping pong,
swimming a n d bowling will n e t a
total of six a n d one-half points. I n
t h e bowling m a t c h e s t h e
three
points will be a w a r d e d to t h e class
which is successful in two out of
t h r e e m a t c h e s . T h i s is a n event in
which both t h e m e n a n d w o m e n will
p a r t i c i p a t e , since t h e r e will be a
with Weiner, a n d for a m o m e n t
t e a m of each.
there was g r e a t indicislon. They
Softball will be featured in t h e volleyed for a period of two m i n spring season. F o r t y - n i n e showed utes. Weiners s t e a d y defensive fing r e a t promise d u r i n g frosh c a m p ally proved superior to Zipplns sura n d a t t h a t time, working as a prise plays a n d W e i n e r set Zippin
unit, it h a s a n excellent c h a n c e to back to t h e t u n e of 21-16.
beat the S o p h s .
T h e t h i r d a n d fourth games were
Cheering 1 C o u n t s
C h e e r i n g a t all t h e s e events a r e Weiners from t h e s t a r t . However,
scored a n d on M o v i n g - U p D a y five toward the very end of t h e fourth
points a r e a w a r d e d to t h e class t h a t t h e tension was once more built up.
originated a n d p r e s e n t e d t h e best Weiner s t a r t e d off with a t h r e e
cheers. E v e n if you d o n ' t p a r t i c i - point lead w h i c h h e m a i n t a i n e d u n p a t e in t h e a t h l e t i c e v e n t s you c a n til t h e very end of t h e game. Zippin
still help your class by showing u p c a u g h t up to m a k e t h e score deuce.
a t t h e g a m e s a n d c h e e r i n g your r e - For a m o m e n t it was again a n y spective t e a m along.
bodys game. Zippin rallied to m a k e
t h e next point, but Weiner came
t h r o u g h with two s m a s h i n g drives,
a n d m a d e the next two points in
succession taking t h e g a m e a n d promoting himself to t h e finals,
A' I* A M y
Z.444
Assembly Skit
Inaugurates Drive
To Benefit Home
Myskanla will present a skit in
Assembly today which will m a r k
the
opening of the
traditional
C h r i s t m a s present drive for t h e
children
of
the
Albany
Home.
T h e r e will be two items of business
brought up following the skit, concerning the budget for trips a n d
t h e contingency fund.
To Assign Groups
Helen Slack Shure, '46, President
of S t u d e n t Association, will assign
ago groups to the classes. As in
past years, each class is given a
different age group of the children
a t the home, a n d they buy gifts for
their age group. Following the p r o cedure carried out last year, there
will be boxes placed in the lower
hall of Draper and in Richardson
where s t u d e n t s are requested to
deposit the gifts. The gifts will be
taken to the Home and distributed
among the children by members of
Myskanla.
Council P l a n s
S t u d e n t Council has announced
the n a m e s of the judges for the
rivalry sing to be held in Assembly
n e x t week. They are: Dr. Mary
Goggin, Instructor in Latin; Dr.
M a l i e Green, College Physician; Dr.
Charles Stokes, Professor of Music;
Agnes Young a n d Muriel Navy, S e n iors.
ALBANY, N E W YORK, F R I D A Y ,
Lucky (?) Car Owners Have
Hazardous Journeys Home
T h e r e a r e those t h a t enjoy
their trips home for vacation
a n d t h e n t h e r e are o t h e r s . . .
I t seems as how a couple of
lucky car owners h a d some
trouble on t h e way to New York
a week ago Tuesday. D a u n t l e s s
Minnie was p u t - p u t t i n g merrily
on h e r way w h e n
"wham!
squish!" a n d t h a t was one tire.
Before long it was two tires a n d
the e n d of poor Minnie.
K a u f m a n ' s car a p p a r e n t l y d e cided it was not to be outdone
for it was rolling into New York
w h e n " w h a m ! squish!"—yep, you
guessed it. And t h e n there's t h e
little m a t t e r of getting back to
Alvany—no, no flat tires, it was
the clutch this time—it slipped.
After this calamity, the b e draggled o c c u p a n t s
sacrificed
their m e a g e r fortunes for a ride
to Poughkeepsie where
they
straggled into the railroad s t a tion. T h e fitting climax would
be to h a v e t h e t r a i n break down,
but honest, it didn't.
Choose Twenty
For Troupe Cast
Show To Visit Rhodes
W i t h Vaudeville Acts
NOVEMBER 3 0 , 1 9 4 S
Religious Clubs
W i l l Sponsor
Christmas Big-8
GIVE GIFTS
TO
THE ORPHANS
V O L . XXX NO. 1 0
Sorority Dinners Climax
Rush Period Tomorrow
Original Themes
Highlight Evening
S C A , Hillel, Newman
To Stage Holiday Skits
T h e C h r i s t m a s Blg-8 "Tinsel And
T a b l e a u x , " sponsored by t h e religious
clubs in conjunction with D & A
a n d Music Council, will be staged
in P a g e Hall, T h u r s d a y , December
13. J u l i a Boxer, '47, general c h a i r m a n
of t h e affair, h a s a n n o u n c e d t h a t
t h e p r o g r a m will consist of t h r e e
f e a t u r e s supplied by S t u d e n t C h r i s t i a n Association, Newman Club a n d
Hillel.
N e w m a n Club will offer t h e first
presentation, a Christmas Pageant
entitled, "Venite Adoremus," directed by Eileen Moody, '46.
P l a n Tableaux
"Venite Adoremus" is a series of
t a b l e a u x accompanied by Biblical
readings. T h e tableaux will relate
t h e tale of the first C h r i t m a s with
t h e b i r t h of C h r i s t in Bethlehem.
T h e p a r t of M a r y will be enacted
by Gloria M c P e r r a n , '46, with William Mallory, '47, playing the p a r t
of h e r h u s b a n d , Joseph.
B a c k g r o u n d will be furnished by
silohouettes a n d by music supplied
by t h e S t a t e College Chorus under
t h e guidance of Dr. Charles F.
Stokes, h e a d of the Music D e p a r t ment.
Hillel P r o g r a m
T h e second p a r t of the program,
c o n t r i b u t e d by Hillel, will portray t h e
history of t h e story of H a n u k a h , the
J e w i s h holiday which coincides with
Christmas.
T h e play will be cast as the
d r e a m s of a small child. During a
sleep, the child's g r a n d f a t h e r a p p e a r s to h e r a n d n a r r a t e s the story
of H a n u k a h . A chorus and backg r o u n d will furnish atmosphere to
t h e scene. Muriel Rubin, '47. will
play one of the leading p a r t s as the
child, but the second lead has not
yet been chosen.
SCA will present the closing scenes
of t h e Big.8, with a scene of Sunt a
C l a n s in a d e p a r t m e n t store. Mary
Telian, '47, is directing the play and
Dolores Lawson, '47, is c h a i r m a n of
the props committee. Joseph Palevsky, '46, will play the lead of S a n t a
Clans.
"Snow W h i t e " Scene
T h e scene will present Snow While
a n d the Seven Dwarfs, with J u s t i n e
Maloney, '4)1, playing the part of
Snow White, T h e r e will be a trio
y
Silent Period To End
W i t h Pledge Servicest
Supper Tuesday Nigh,
J O Y C E MCDONALD
INTER-SORORITY PRESIDENT
Freshmen Elect
Baker President
Sorority r u s h i n g will terminate
this weekend w h e n t h e freshmen
rushees a t t e n d t h e a n n u a l buffet
suppers, from 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. t o night, a n d t h e formal dinners from
7 P.M. to 11:30 P.M. tomorrow evening.
T h e invitations for these affairs
were sent out by the sororities the
Friday preceding Thanksgiving vacation a n d were checked and r e t u r n e d by t h e freshmen the following day.
T h i s year a new procedure was
initiated. Only one of the events
could be checked for each sorority.
No freshmen could a t t e n d both the
buffet supper a n d formal dinner of
the same sorority.
Plan Buffet Supper
T h e buffet supper will consist
merely of t h e supper a n d an entert a i n m e n t . T h e n i g h t of formal dinner, sorority m e m b e r s will call for
the freshmen in taxis a t 7 P.M. and
will escort them home a t the close
0 f the evening. Flowers will be presented to each freshmen and danc
ing will follow t h e dinner,
An e n t e r t a i n m e n t will be given by
each sorority based on an individual
there. Rhapsody in Blue will domm a t e the K D t h e m e a n d Psi G a m m a
will e n t e r t a i n their rushees at a
Holiday Inn. Chi Sigma Theta will
meet their prospective pledges in a
hotel lobby scene while AE Phi will
retain their traditional green and
while theme. G a m m a Kappa P h i
will hostess at a nightclub, the Silver Slipper, a n d Bz will clown
through the evening with a circus.
P h i Delta will l a u n c h out with
Gay Nineties routine.
As a result of the freshmen a n d
J u n i o r elections held d u r i n g a s Eloise W o r t h , '18, has been a p sembly, November 16, Robertson Bakpointed c h a i r m a n of the State P a i r
er was elected President of t h e freshT h e Members of the S t a t e College
which will be held in February.
m e n class a n d Clyde Cook was
S t u d e n t Council is also planning Troupe Show have been a n n o u n c e d
chosen J u n i o r r e p r e s e n t a t i v e to S t u to hold a s t a m p day next week to by Lorna Kunz, Philip Lashinsky,
d e n t Council.
boost the Victory Loan Drive. R u t h and Muriel Rubin. J u n i o r s , a n d
B a k e r landslided to victory with
Bentley and Louise Stryker, J u n - Eloise W o r t h , '48, Directors of t h e
an excess of sixty.three votes over
iors, were named co-chairmen.
Robert. Kitteridge, his only opponShow. T h e troupe will visit R h o d e s
An addition to the constitution of
ent. F r e s h m e n elections were held
Hospital in Utica. Friday, J a n u a r y 4.
D r a m a t i c s and Art Council was
to replace the previously elected
Name
Soloists
brought before the members of S t u Prsiclent, Gerald D u n n , who h a s
dent Council for approval. The adbeen
inducted
into
the Armed
Among the soloists are Eleanor
dition was accepted. It slates t h a t Binn a n d Muriel Rubin, J u n i o r s ;
Forces. Agnes M c l n t y r e , Vice-Presithe secretary of D & A will keep a Mary J a n e G i o v a n n o n e and Flord e n t of the class, h a s been acting
ir.. ,:ni boo:., which will include a ence Wotjal, Sophomores; a n d BerPresident while this office was valist oi Hie tryottls and the work
cant.
dena Fuller, '4i). Louise' S u z a n n e
tin-, arc doing for the Council.
Cook was elected to Student C o u n h i l d r e t h and Eloise Worth, S o p h o cli lo
replace Philip L a ' h i n s k y who
mores, will sing a duet, a n d Dorine
resigned this office recently. Cook
Holland, '48, a n d Ellen Sargent a n d
didn't receive a quota until the
"rosh i<eceives 2 W amines
Joan Wurtzler, freshmen, will also
fifth distribution, his closest op- To Present List
sing
together.
T
h
e
quartet,
Harold
Myskania h a s announced
that
Each sorority will present a pledge
ponent was Helen Honeycombe.
Robert ichols, '49, has received two Mills, 49, and William Mallery, Alifuki-r
is-: list to C. Ellen Stokes, Dean of
w a r n i n g s for the violation of tin bert Reed, a n d Harold Weber, J u n Kllliavilgv
Kt Women, before 9 A. M. Monday,
iors, will lead the veterans in group
il.-i
traditions of S t a l e College.
mi December 3. Preference lists will be
singing, after giving several n u m to e a c h freshmen
woman
Cl.wlc Cnnk . . .
II IS
vr cut '•'. HII sent
bers themselves. O t h e r m e m b e r s of
.1 li t i :• C . i l l l i ' . r
..
through the s t u d e n t mail Monday
'.I
i he cast are Betty B r e n n a n , Vivien
IT is is :>t
.Irllllil'
Nl-IVili,
.
morning. Each freshman may check
.Iimliv
(I
Il'lrll
ia in 111 171
Nielsen, a n d Marilyn Warshaw, J u n II
II
jrullllic
•i\\ --"a if. .'in 17 i three sororities in order of iter prefiors, lap dancers; Agnes M c l n t y r e ,
erences and all lists must be re1 .IPI'IKI
K III!'/.
. .
iv I;I
'49, drum m a j o r e t t e ; a n d Margaret
MnrgiTV I'lMiili'i'
turned to Dean Stokes' office before
ii
I'.llliria
KlIKKPl
iv i:t IT is
HelTner, '49, a n acrobatic performer.
noon of that same day.
(Continued
on II<I<I< .;, Col.
I/'
' . ' I I Hi II
T h e show will be conducted in a
After c o m p a r i n g t h e pledge a n d
Final
arrangements
are
being vaudeville style and performers will
preference lists, Dean Stokes will
made tor the semi-formal dance be a n n o u n c e d by posters carried
send ;i final pledge list lo the sorwhich will be sponsored by the across I lie I age. Lashinsky has asked
ority presidents before 5 P.M. MonS t a t e s - M e n on Saturday, Dec 15 at for volunteers to design and draw
day evening and bids will be sent
the Auraniu Club. Phiilp Lashinsky, these signs.
out that night. Commuters will
'47. President, lias announced that
receive their bids in the student mail
all s t a t e
women attending
the Plan Rehearsals
Tuesday morning. Each sorority may
it y CAROL, CLARK
Children
know
"for
sure"
that pledge a m a x i m u m of fifteen memevent will be granted three o'clock
R"hearsals will start next week In
One day, a long lime ago. a little
hours.
the Page Hall auditorium, and the Kill named Virginia wrote a letter there's a S a n t a Claus. They can bers from the freshmen class.
final rehearsal will be held T h u r s - lo a New York newspaper editor write letters, and address t h e m to
Silent
period will officially
end
,
.,„,,,,
Snow ({ut'i'ii
day, . h u m a n ;t. directly following a s k i n g : "Is there a S a n t a Claus?" "Si, Nicholas. Albany S t a l e Col- „
lege."
T
h
e
r
e
will
be
the
same
mad
Tuesday
evening
at
5:30
P.M.
when
Dancing from !) P.M. In 2 A.M. return from
Christmas
vacation. Children everywhere echo her quesscramble for gifts at the parly the tin- freshmen will assemble at their
will l,e lo the music ol ArmuiKi Lorna Kunz, '47, C h a i r m a n of the tion today.
week before vacation, and the same new sorority houses for pledge servHiccio anil his orchestra, an eighl- Hostess Committee, will hold perice, A supper will be served for the
They
write
stumbling
letters, hail ol tinsel and tissue.
pieee group Irom Schenectady. Tin sonal interviews with
c a n d i d a t e s draw s t a m p s on the em-elopes, and
new pledges after the revlces.
h.glllighl ol I he ewu.llg will be tilt' next week 111 Dean Stokes' office. in.ul ihein confidently to "St, NichWhen Christmas Carols have been
i r o n o.ii:; ol a S t a l e College Snow Approximately twenty-five hostesses olas, North Pole."
They wonder sung a n d 9:30 comes, ihe S a n t a
Queen The met luitl ol choosin ; l he will be chosen on Hie basis of p e r . w.stfully what Christinas morning Clauses will pick up I heir deflated
Teamerson To Conduct
queen will nol be d .closed until sonalily, conversational ability, a n d will hi ing, ami dream ol plump P'icks and start
on their way.
later
appearance, in mingle wit h the men .••lockings and heaps of presents - promising '(Yes, we'll write lo you," Cub Classes For Primer
'411, is in before the e n t e r t a i n m e n t begins and nit! in stories they're never disap- i l l l ( l Sure, well see you again."
Men.ui
McCllnliick
charge til I he ticket: which are lo sit with them during the show.
Patricia F e e h a n , '17. Editor of
pointed.
T h e people who will make the
now on sale al a tabic in the lower
the Primer,
h a s announced that
T
h
e
r
e
'
s
a
true
story
about
a
party
this
year
possible
are
the
The troupe has planned to travel
hall ol Diaper,
The irice of adcub classes for t r y o u t s on the busihunch
of
kids
who
were
doubtful
.state
students,
who
remember
their
lo Ulicii mi a chartered bus, leaving
ness staff of the P r i m e r will bo
ni.sslnn is $2.40 per couple.
the college at 3:30 Friday, J a n u a r y about S a n t a Clans last year because own breathless Christmases, anil
Miss Ellen C. Stokes, Dean ol •I, Expenses will be defrayed by Ihey had no p a r e n t s to reassure can in agine what, they would have hold Tuesday noon in Room 109 of
P e r h a p s Ihey thought t h a i missed without their belief in the Draper.
Women, has officially approved the money t u r n e d over to the T r o u p e t h e m .
Classes will be conducted by DoC
h
r
i
s
t
m
a
s was only for children S a n t a Claus of the stuffed [lack
three o'clock hours lor the dunce. Show from W a r Activities Council
lores Toamorson, '4(i, Head of tho
with
families.
But
this
story
has
a
a
n
d
r
e
i
n
d
e
e
r
d
r
a
w
n
sleigh.
T
h
e
treasury, and m e m b e r s of the T r o u p e
Slug Party
happy ending, too, for one night s t u d e n t body Willi be divided in to Business Staff, a n d anyone inter*
T h e SUitt Men are also planning will contribute from $2 to $2.00. T h e twelve female S a n t a Clauses arrlv- sections, each section to be respon- ostod In being on uny staff of tho
directors
of
the
show
have
discussed
a Christum: party lor December 17.
ed laden with presents, candy a n d sible for the presents for one age Primer m a y a t t e n d ,
This will Include a "slag" smoker the possibility of using Individual C h r i s t m a s spirit, a n d t h e r e was a group. In this way each child will
Contributions may be placed in the
for all members of the Stales-Men automobiles to reduce expenses, a n d p a r t y with all the trimmings, two receive an a p p r o p r i a t e gift,
mailbox in lower Draper.
T h e Primer
and will be followed by caroling at students who know ol a n available weeks curly,
.specific: date a n d a r r a n g e m e n t s for All c o n t r i b u t i o n s m u s t be signed
tlie illll'erent sorority houses a n d oar are requested to c o n t a c t any one
T h i s year, the one h u n d r e d a n d t h e Myskania-sponsored p a r t y will «"'l " o a n o n y m o u s selections will
group houses on campus.
of the directors,
forty kids a t the Albany Homo for be a n n o u n c e d In Assembly today.
bo accepted.
Announce nans
For Xmas Formal
Myskania To Play Santa Claus
For Children At Albany Home
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