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STATE C O L L E G E NEWS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1 0 4 6
State's Five Set Back By Siena 45-29
In College Varsity's Opening Encounter
Gamma Kap Five
Still Undefeated
Sayles Bows To BZ;
Phi Delt, KD Also Win
On Monday afternoon, KD
the Rares staged a fight all the
In the beginning of the fourth quarter the score was tied 13-13. Slack!*
spurted ahead, leading her team om
to a 23-14 victory. Although SlacUt
served as the winning spark, O*Grady's performance throughout tike
game was outstanding.
lit By MART U Z SULLIVAN —
Basketball is bade at State and we
have a team that we can brag about
to anyone! The setback that was
scored last Wednesday may have
In the second game, the Whiz Kids
been a win for Siena, but the State
defeated Chi Sig 13-9. The teams
fans saw just what they came to
were tied 4-4, until the third quarter
see — their team putting up a real
when the Whiz Kids took a 10-6 lead.
fight against a team that had one
Daley was high scorer for the Wbia
more thing in Its favor—more time
Kids and Moberg played a notable defor practice. If State had had more
fensive game.
time to work out their plays and
Phi Delt Wins
practice as a . team, It would
have been a win. Since there is anTuesday night's games got off to
other game coming up Thursday of
a fast start when Phi Delt downed the
next week, and .several more schedPowerful Psi Gam squad to the tune
of 13-19. It was a fairly close game
uled for the following weeks, how
with Psi Gam rallying periodically
about speeding up the WAA basketto keep the game interesting. There
ball games a little more to leave the
were quite a number of fouls on both
gym free for the team. The irregusides. Lengyel, Collier, and O'Neil
lar practice hours are one of the
made 4 points each for the loosers,
big disadvantages to the team. If
while Tilden paced the victors with 6.
the team can get in a lot more time
for practicing and working out a few
Newman Loss
more plays, then the return game
The most thrilling game of the
with Siena which is scheduled for
evening was the Gamma Kap-NewMarch 6 may show the same squad
man game. Gamma Kap had won
piling up the score over Siena's head.
every game they played, and Newman had only one loss. However,
Sports are beginning to mean a
Newman was considered to be a heavy
more around State than they used to
contender
for the title. Gamma Kap
—or hadn't you noticed? It must be
opened the game when Young scored
that people are beginning to take
twice in succession. It was fast movthose vitamin capsules instead of Just
ing all the way through, but from
looking at them. Well the shot in
the beginning it was Gamma Kap's
the arm is certainly helping to bring
game. The Newman forwards couldout a little of the spirit that we
n't seem to get started. At the half
knew' was around here, anyway—it
the score was 14-3 in favor of Gamma
was' just hiding.
Kap. They kept piling up points
throughout the remainder of the
Would you believe that we were
threatened right after the MyskaniaSpeigle, on the floor, attempts a last throw to Laeuyer, 16, of Siena. Feeney, 12, Captain of State's team and game, to win by a final score of 23-6.
Soph game. Wednesday night. Well Mullen, 10, try to intercept It.
Photo Courtesy Times-Union.
The third game of the evening was
after the game, Berbri— oops sorry
between Sayles and BZ. It was a slow
we really can't mention names, well
Wednesday night saw the return of inter-collegiate basketball to the game for the most part with the BZ
anyway, she dashed madly up and
Page Hall Gym when State was defeated by Siena College 45-29 in a fast squad outplaying the Sayles six.
said,. ''Remember—we beat the frosh
playing and hard fought encounter.
last week! Be sure to mention thatl"
Baker starred for BZ and got in
State got the jump on Siena
Well when we recovered from the
as the game Opened when Mullen Combs tallied on a long shot and some amazing shots. The final score
shock, j we merely. batted our eyetapped the ball to Red Evans. o n a n i c e P la y Mullen added two was 18-4.
lashes, and said that we would menDavidson pushed through a basket Points. Speigle made a long shot and
tion it. So you see—that's how some
hews gets into print!
Psi Gam, A E Phi Teams and followed with a foul point. Mullen made two foul shots. Evans
Marsland scored States first basket and Laeuyer scored a point apiece
. Put down that hatchet Ber ,
Turn Back BZ, Stokes
and Mullen and Feeney added foul for their respective teams. With four
Washington's birthday isn't until
goals. Combs made a shot from un- minutes to play, Siena started to
This
week
saw
two
more
playoffs
next week.
der the basket and put State ahead take long shots. Ryan scored the last
in the WAA bowling league as AEPhi 8-6 at the end of the quarter.
basket of the game as State was
beat BZ, and Psi Gam topped Stokes. Siena Spurt
desperately trying to cut down SieThere are still ten games to be played
The WAA ping Pong Tournament
S.ena started its second team, na's lead. The final score was 45-29
before the completion of the first composed of new students, as the with Siena winning.
has reached the final stages of the
round of the tournament.
State's next game will be with Al- play offs. In games held this week,
State team came forth to protect its
In the AEPhi-BZ match, AEPhi lead. The ball was passed back and bany Law school February 21 on Alice Fisher defeated H. ZeilengoW,
B. J. Jones topped M. Hollis in a
took the first two games with team forth and changed hands frequently the Page Hall Court.
highly contested game and Fran
scores of 588 and 562. Schwedock of until Speigle tossed one in and was
The lineups:
Sowa won over Ad. Fisher.
AEPhi had the highest individual followed by a foul shot made by
STATE
score and she rolled 174. BZ's high Krambhole. Marsland put up his best
FB FP TP
With only two more games to be
scorer was Ruth Bentley bowling 125 fight in this quarter, but Siena pulled Bortnick
0
0
0 played until the finals are reached,
slowly ahead. Krambhole scored two Bowen
0
0
The Sophomore team had its first in both games.
predictions from all parts are being
7 received as to whom will become the
workout when they trounced the
3
Psi Gam beat Stokes in the second more foul shots before Combs tal- Combs
7 ultimate victor.
hard fighting Myskania six in the game of the day, winning the first lied for State with a basket and a Evans
3
Ray Weiss, last
4 year's champ, seems to have the edge
preliminary contest at Wednesday match 574-444. The second set-up foul shot. Marsland matched baskets Feeney
1
4
nights State-Siena game. Winning was conceeded to Psi Gam even with Lacuver and Phillips scored Marsland ..
2
over Fran Sowa although the game
7 will probably be one of the toughest
by the convincing score of 43-16, the though Sweeney didn't bowl. The Siena's last basket making it 18-13 in Mullen
1
Siena's
favor
as
the
half
ended.
0 played games of the tournament.
Sophomore team displayed a great Psi Gam's needed 25 points to win,
0
Reed
0 In the other game which will put
deal of skill on the court and proved and it was assumed that Sweeney Evans Scores
0
Woodworth
0 Alice Fisher over B. J. Jones, a very
itself a team that will be hard to would have bowled at least this num0
State again got the Jump and Zanchclli ..
beat.
close game is expected with Fisher
Evans scored on a long shot. Speigle
ber.
10
29
having a slight advantage over Jonee.
1
2 Tl. Av. tossed one in, Laeuyer added three
The Sophomores skyrocketed Into AEPhi
SIENA
If Fisher should win her match and
the lead in the first quarter when A, Fischer
121 142 263 132 points, and then Speigle again talFB PP T P
Weiss wins, the game between the
the Myskania guards were unable to S. Fischer
127 102 231 116 lied. Evans added a basket and Barlto
2
0
1
two should be filled with surprises
and Mullln traded foul shots.
stop the fast pace set by Tilden, Schwedock
174 144 318 159 Walte
1
1
0
and a display of very good playing.
Laeuyer and Krambhole added points Colle
Cooper, and Quinn, outstanding Soph Coplon
80 78 158 79 to Siena's score. Then Feeney tossed Davidson
2
0
1
forwards. Leading 14-2 at the end Hoffman
86 94 180 90 a basket in from the half-way mark. Laeuyer
2
4
10
of the first period, the Sophomores
3
2
7
Walte made a shot from the foul Krambhole
continued their onward advance Total
1150
0
2
1
line and Evans intercepted unci Phillips
having netted a score of 24-4 when BZ
1
2 Tl. AV. scored in a lay-up shot through the Rafus
1
1
0
the half mark was reached. The Palmatier
94 101 195 98 center.
0
2
Krambhole
and Speigle Ryan
1
Western & Quail
second half found the plucky Mys- Bush
93 109 202 101 again scored to bring the score to Spelglo
ti
1
13
kania basketoers hard at work In a
15c
a
game
for school leagues
122 115 237 119 37-22 with Siena leading.
Walte
1
5
vain attempt to gain aglnst the Mordaunt
from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
3
Bentley
125
125
250
125
The last quarter opened with
Sophs. It was Seymour that starred
85 94 179 90 Waite scoring a goal and foul shot.
45
17
here with placement shots from mid 'Dunn
11
court and Slack, who did a great
1063
deal of excellent passwork and cut- Total
I
2 Tl. Av.
G E O R G E D. J E O N E V . PROP.
ting, However, it was the Sophs Psi GAM
DIAL 3-1013
PHOTOGRAPHS
121
game all the way as Tilden sank Sweeney
Daly
152
shots from all parts of the court
134 286 143
Duplicate Prints may be secured
108 120 2,'M 117
aided by the excellent team work Yerdon
at all times
Kislel
85
which supported her, The final
221 111
1
8
8
Discount prices in effect till May
n i 95 200 103
score found It a Sophomore victory Regan
as the scoreboard read 43-16.
Films retained for at least
Total
947
The most of the Best
5 years
Stakes
1
The Myskania team beat? the
2 Tl. Av.
Freshman basketeers 17-16 in a hard Sittig
93 08 101 06
for the Least
fought game on Friday. However, Coporale
38 74 112 50
the Frosh proved that they have a Hervey
108 78 11)0 03
good deal of basketball material and Kasper
08 12(1 221 111
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when they have had more practice, Sweger
n o 139 240 125
Troy, N. Y.
19B 2 0 0 C E N T R A L A V E N U E
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will prove a challenge to the thus
A L B A N Y , N. Y.
Total
far superior Sophomore team.
950
Bowling Tourney
Nears Quarter
Ping-Pong
Tilt
Nears Final Play
Sophomore Team
Trips Myskania
In Fast Game
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State College News
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Dr. Sidney Lovett
Will Address
Assembly Today
Yale University Chaplain
To Speak On Needs
Of College Students
Student Christian Association will
present Dr. Sidney Lovett, Chaplain of Yale University, as guest
speaker in assembly today. Dr. Lovett will hold an interview period in
the office of Dr. Louis C. Jones, Assistant Professor of English, from 10
to 11 this morning and will be entertained at a noon-day luncheon
at Wagar's today.
Dr. Lovett, who will speak on
"Student Needs Around the World,"
is Chairman of the World Student
Service Fund General Committees.
The World Student Service Fund,
to which a part of State's Campus
Chest proceeds is contributed, studies the relief needs of college students for book, clothing and other
such Items.
ALBANY, N E W YORK, F R I D A Y .
Cinderella Slips Into Slipper
As Prince Bows To Day
Prince Charming's courtiers
have come to State. Last Friday two gentlemen appeared in
the lower hall of Draper, armed with a glass slipper and a
shoe horn, in search of Cinderella—All part of a publicity
campaign sponsored by Warner Bros. Strand Theater for
the movie "Cinderella Jones."
Three fair co-eds rrom ^tate
were eligible. Peggy Bostwick,
Ginny Day and Helen Kilborn
squeezed into the size four slipper. After an exciting hour at
the Strand Wednesday night,
Ginny Day emerged . . . the
winner,
Tonight Cinderella goes to
the ball. She will check in at
the DeWitt Clinton this evenning, with the Princess Suite
ready for her. Tomorrow she
will meet the mayor, receive a
new spring outfit from Whitney's, and . . . hold on to your
boots, girls . . . spend the evening with Prince Charming.
This includes dinner at the DeWitt, and champagne at the
Towne House. At twelve o'clock
Cinderella goes home.
FEBRUARY 2 2 , 1046
VOL. XXX N O . 1 6
Sixteen Campus Organizations
Sponsor College-Wide Dance
Strictly From Formaldehyde
With Caspar Milquetoastish boldness we attempt to introduce State College to the wide world
—taking our life in our hands we understand full
well. If this be heresy, make the most of it—but
we do feel that current affairs should play some
part in the life of—shall we call you future pedagogues? And a good place to start would be to
take a stand against the Anti-Vivisestion Bill before the State Assembly Committee. And it does
Casey, Seymour
Head Committee
Entertainment To Include
Skit O n Washington
Sixteen campus organizations will
present a college-wide dance tonight
at 8:30 o'clock in the Page Hall gym
and Lounge. Mary Louise Casey
and Mary Seymour, Seniors, are
co-chairmen of the affair.
The purpose of the dance is to
maintain a close spirit of co-operation between the different groups,
and two members have been appointed from each of the organizations to serve on the planning committee.
Washington Theme
Decorations and entertainment
concern you, zoology major or not.
will be based on a George Washington theme. The event is strictly InTravels In Europe
formal, and music will be provided
Dr. Lovett has recently returned
by the victrola. There will be card
from an inspection trip in Europe
playing facilities in the Lounge, and
refreshments, cookies and punch,
relief
will be served there from 10 to
10:30 p.m.
Student
He will continue his leave of ah
The entertainment will consist of
sence from Yale University to tra
two parts, one at 9:30 p. m. and
vel and study student needs in
the second at 11 p.m. A short skit,
American colleges.
After a iapse of tnree years t h e
The tournament will consist of:
starring Gloria Jaffer, '48, and Alex1—Regional eliminations which
ander Monro, '49, and satirizing the
Dr. Lovett, born in Boston, pre- fourth annual Intercollege Bridge
cherry tree incident of George
will be played on the participared for college at Brown and Tournament will be held this
Washington's childhood, will be the
pant's own campus and scored
Nichols School in Cambridge. He spring. Plans are being made for
Student
Body
Chooses
9:30 presentation. At eleven, there
entirely by mail, each college
was graduated from Yale University the participation of State College
will be another parody on Washbeing represented by their
in 1913 and received his degree from students in this event in which
Conference Delegates
ington in the form of a poem, and
eight best players and a game
the Union Theological Seminary In more than a dozen Eastern Colleges
The votes for Vice-President ol a trio, made up of Dorine Holland,
captain,
1917. After holding two pastorates and Universities are taking port,
2--A final, two-session event in the Senior Class and delegates to '48, and Ellen Sargent and Joan
in Boston churches from 1917 This tournament, which is open
Now York City in which the t h e c o n v e n t l o n s t o b e h e l d a t N e w Wurzler freshmen, will sing. Muriel
through 1932, he accepted his pres- to undergraduates in nil accredited
15 winning pairs in the re- „ . _ . . .
,
,
Rubin, '47, will be soloist,
ent position at Yale.
men's, women's, and co-educationgional eliminations will com- *ork ° l W a n d Geneseo have been committees
Any student who wishes to ques- al colleges in the Northeastern and
pete in a regular, over-the- tabulated.
The committees are: Entertaintion Dr. Lovett may talk to him in Middle Atlantic States, was first
table par tournament.
j th
j u
j
ment Alice Williams '48, chairman,
f
genl
Dr Jones' office from 10 to 11 this organized in 1940. Its purpose is to
State will bo included in Region
and Betty Rose Hilt, '47, Betty
arouse interest in contract bridge
morning.
in college and to promote it as a
which is composed of all New President to replace Eileen Shoup, cavanaugh, and Helen Kisiel, SopSCA Luncheon
popular social recreation for both York State. The eight participants '46, who graduated in January, homores; Decorations, Alice Knapp,
who will take part in the regional Gloria McPerran, '46, won on the chairman, Evelyn Dorr, '47, Bernice
SCA will hold a luncheon for men and wraen.
eliminations will be chosen by s e c o n d d i s t r i b u t l o n w i t h 4 5 v o t e s Shapiro and Patricia Tilden SophoDr. Lovett at Wagar's Restaurant
means of a campus brdge tournamores; Refreshments, Cecilia Colethis noon. Those who will attend
ment. On one night during the week o v e r t n e JU v o t e s c a s t l o r J o a n man, '48, chairman, Florence Mace
the luncheon are Dr. Margaret
beginning Monday, March 25, these Mather, '46.
and Rita Shapiro, Sophomores;
Hayes, Assistant Professor of Edueight players will complete a series
.
Posters, Dorothy Sturzenberger and
cation; Dr. Charles L. Andrews,
alloti
Wi
of bridge hands which will be , f
" S >s "eld to choose a J o a n Alverson, Juniors, Marian
Professor of Physics; Harriet Brlnkspecially .selected and prepared delegate from the Senior Class and M l e r n s ,4B n n d M a r y cheathom,
niun, President of SCA; find Alice
by the'American Contract Bridge one from the Junior Class to repre- >49; olean-up, Richard Smith, '47,
McGowan, Seniors; Alice Knapp
a
League. These eighteen hands will s e " * the°feZ
" C o n , f e r e " C e chairman, Alice Beckers, '47, and
The
Albany
Brunch
of
the
Amerand Joan Alverson, Juniors; and
ican
Association
of
University
be
received
by
mail
in
a
sealed
enat
New
York
City
in
March. The n , m a R o s e n , 4 8 ; T l c k e t s , W ilma
Justine Maloney,'48.
Women will hold a general meeting vclope beforo the game. Following *
"
S ^ S ^ S V ° £ P ' 6 ' ' 48' cllnil™™' A v l s C h n m The assembly program next Fri- Wednesday in the Lounge at 8:15 the game the scores will be sent to ^ ^ \ e ^ ^ J ^ J ? '
TQ ™ » ' Mary Ellon Dlener, Kathday will continue the discussion of P.M. Tho Chora) Speaking
Speaking Group
1 p.ucnUtive liom t e r y n H agerty and Mary Tessler, J u n Group the Committee in New York where «"*en
Senior
Class
on
the
first
distribuannouncement for
the new Constitution. Plans are be- of Schuyler High School, u n d e r the tho fifteen p a i r s with t h e highest
lors;
Assembly
ing made to install a loud-speaking direction of Miss Melanie G r a n t , scores will be selected for t h e finals Hon, wllh 360 votes-a clean sweep February 22, Agnes Mclntyre, '49
system for this assembly In order will present 11 p r o g r a m of five seT h e final r o u n d s of this t o u r n a - over all opponents, and Betty Rose Representatlvcs
Hilt, '47, was elected the delegate
to make it. easier for everyone to lections.
m e n t will bo played a t tho Ritzfrom the Junior Class on the fourth
Members from Student Christian
hear the discussion clearly.
Carlton
Hotel
in
N
e
w
York
City.
Miss Zoraldu W e e k s , S e c r e t a r y of
distribution with 363 votes—her Association are Alice Knapp, '47,
T
h
i
s
will
consist
of
two
r
o
u
n
d
s
,
t
h
e
llllcl
At Student Council meeting Wed- the New York S t a t e T e a c h e r s ' Asnearest competitor being Alice
Marian Mieras, '48; Newman
nesday plans were discussed for an- sociation a m i editor of New York first to he played F r i d a y evening, Knapp, '47, Who polled 209 votes on Ghl13 ' Betty Rose Hilt, '47, and Agnes
April
2(1,
and
tho
second
S
a
t
u
r
d
a
y
other Activities Day which will be Hlat< hlduruthm,
will give a brief
the fourth distribution.
Mclntyre, '49; Hillel, Arline and
held in I he Commons Tuesday, talk on "A CVntruy of Service to afternoon, April 27. C u e pair repreHortense
Zellengold,
freshmen;
s e n t i n g tin' defending c h a m p i o n s
March 5, from 2:30 to r>:(H) P. M. Public Education,"
The subject of the Geneseo Con- Prim( r, Evelyn Dorr, '47 and Berwill
also
take
p
a
r
t
In
tho
finals.
Till;; will enable all veterans and
fprence which Is also planned for nice Shapiro, '48; Pedagogue, D01T h e five .selections of Hie choral
other February students to sign up speaking g r o u p a r e as follows: an All expenses of the players piirtlei- Morch Is student government and olhv Sturzenberger, 17; STATU Comfor the activities In which they are original n i n i n g o i n e n t by Miss ( h a u l puting in tho finals will be paid by o t h c r p r m s e a o t student activities, I.HUU NKWH, Kathryn Hagerty and
Interested Louise Slryker and Ei- anil the group, " T h e Youth of 1 lie Committee. This will Include Teachers' colleges from all over the Mary Tessler, Juniors; Campus
leen Moody, Seniors, lire In chiirue America S p e a k s ; " "Nancy H a n k s train fares, hotel rooms, mollis a n d stale are sending delegates to this Commission, Rita Shapiro and
incidentals.
of I ho evt'lil.
conference. Robert Sullivan, '40, Alice Williams, Sophomores; Music
Asks
About
Her S o n . " "High
Eui'lher details about the m i n [''light," a recitation by J o h n Mo- ims t o u r n a m e n t which will be held was chosen the representative from Council, Cecilia Coleman and Florth,];
" T h e Bonnie C r a v a t " ;
and to select p a r t i c i p a n t s for thu re- ilie Senior class to attend this con- ence Mace, Sophomores; Debate
"Thu
Creation."
given
by
J
a
m
e s gional eliminations will lie a n n o u n c - IVrcnce; Sullivan polled 350 votes Council, Mary Ellen Dlener, '47 and
SI<olsl<y, W o o d w o r th Wi'ldon.
on the first distribution, far out- Inna Rosen, '48; Press Bureau, Alice
ed at 11 later date. CVleno. Axulrod,
Miss G r a n t , an a l u m n u s of S t a t e '47, a n d Alice Prindle a n d Rita distancing liis nearest competitor, Beckers and Richard Smith, Juniors; Inter-Group Council, Mary
1'allege, h a s studied d r a m a t i c s and Coleman, Sophomores, are In c h a r g e Eileen Moody, '4(i.
Cheatham, '40; Dramatics and Arts
choral
speaking
extensively
at of plans for tho event.
The representative of the Junior Council, Joan Alverson and Avis
T h e NfciWri HnAiiii lllllloillloeH tile
schools t h r o u g h o u t thu country.
class will be Rulh Bentley, '47, who Chamberlain,
addition ol Iwu m e n tu t h e staff of
Juniors;
Women's
While ul S l a t e she was a pupil of
won on the fifth distribution with Athletic Association, Wilma Diehl
tin-' STATU CUI.I.NUH NBWH. B e r n a r d
Miss Agnes 10. E u t t o r e r , Assistant SPRING PLAY CHOSEN
33H votes; her nearest competitor and Patricia Tilden, Sophomores;
Skolsky, '47, w a s nuineil Associate I'lTiifessor oi English. S u p p l e m e n t At 11 mooting of the executive
Editor, and Frank Woodworth, '17, ing h e r .study, sho h a s been active council, Wednesday, the final se- was Philip Lashinsky, '47, who polled and Men's Athletic Association,,
3211 votes on the fifth distribution.
was appointed Men's Sports Colum- in summer stock, spending several lection
for tho spring play was Alice Williams, '411, was chosen tho .John Bolles, '43, and Harold Weber,
lact
nist.
seasons at the Mohawk Drama Fes- made. It will bo Antonio and Old delegate from the Sophomore class '47. Commuters Club Is also represented,
Skolsky was an Associate Editor tival and us a member of tho Bork- Laao and will be directed by Mur- with 350 votes on the first distribuof tho STATU COI.MOUH NBWH prior to shire Playhouse.
Iiiniiu Davis, '48,
Dr, Ralph Beaver, Professor of
tion.
his enlistment in tho Armed Forces
All Seniors who wish to attend
Anyone who is Interested in tho
Mathematics, Dr, Harvey Rice,
In 1043. By virtue of this reap- tho mooting may sign up beforo production of this play has boon
Numerical tabulations can bo Professor of History and Dr. Theopolntmont, Skolsky becomes u Monday on tho bulletin board In urged to contact tho committee found on page 3 of this Lssuo. AU dore Standing, Professor of Ecomember of tho present Nuws Huestod or with Mrs. Agnes Under- chairmen or Mary Harvoy, '47, voting was done In last Friday's As nomics and Sociology, will act as
chaperones,
BOARD.
wood In the Alumni Office.
President of College Playhouse.
sembly.
H A l S ^ S f f i ? ! State Students Will Participate McFerran Wins
In Inter-college BridgeTournament Class Of 1946
Vice-Presidency
Alumni Group
To Hold Meeting
Join NEWS Staff
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College Calendar
3bUa
Friday, February 22—
8:00-12:00P.M.—College-Wide dance sponsored by 16 organizations, to
I t is difficult to be impartial a t all times . . .
indeed, there are times when it is wrong t o be im- Increase spirit of cooperation between various groups. Gym and Lounge.
Saturday, February 23—
partial. W e feel that this is such a time
9:30 A.M.—Members of Chemistry Club to meet here and travel to Troy
in a group where they will make a tour of the Niagara Hudson Valley
When the controversy concerning student-faFuel Company.
culty relations was first introduced in assembly last
7:00 P.M.—Sophomore Banquet a t the Ten Eyck Hotel. Dr. Harvey Rice,
Friday the result could be foreseen long before a n y
History Professor, guest speaker. Helen Kisiel will be mistress of ceremonies.
discussion took place. There was relatively little
discussion, and the arguments t h a t were given on Sunday, February 24—
By MINDY WARSHAW
5:00 P.M.—Newman Holy Hour in the Small Grotto.
both sides seemed irrevelent and confused for t h e 6:00 P.M.—Buffet Supper at Newman Hall.
QUIZ KIDS NEWS RELEASE
most part. I t was a non-intellectual battle of emo- Monday, February 25—
Do you know that a national spotlight is being
3:30
P.M.—Inter-varsity
Bible
Study
Hour.
Speaker,
Reverend
David
tions that chose to blatantly ignore reason a n d
thrown on the teaching profession in an effort to get
Gray,
Graduate
Student.
Room
151,
Huested.
factual evidence.
it wider and more appreciative recognition? The
Tuesday, February 26—
We wondered why both sides did not present
12:00 Noon—Music Council to hold regular record playing session. Room "spotlight" is in the form of a contest to find the
"Best Teacher of 1946," and it's sponsored by those
28, Richardson,
1. Why each felt it was t h e better equipped t o
3:30 P.M.—Inter-Group Seminar Meeting. Discussion on topic: "What "Best Students of 1946"—the Quiz Kids. From the
handle this duty, and
Do We Really Think of Each Other?" Alice William, '48, to replace Ger- letters sent in by the school kids of America, the
judges will pick the best teacher, give her a year's
2. What definite actions in the direction of stuhardt Weinberg, '47, as director. Place to be announced later.
paid schooling at any college or university in the
Wednesday,
February
27—
dent-faculty relations each h a s . originated in
3:30—Meeting of Forum. Madelyn Breish, '48, to give book reviews. Chicago area (Quiz Kids' Home Town), tuition fees,
the past.
living expenses, transportation, plus $1,000 in cash.
Lounge.
These would be concrete statements—discussion
4:00 P.M.—SCA open meeting. Speaker, Dr. Wehrli, Professor of Old Do you long to be a good teacher? Would you like
Testament Language and Literature at Edent Theological Seminary. to be popular with your pupils? Then take a few
based on these would be reasonable and intelliTopic: "Types of Public Leaders interpreted through the Old Testament." hints from the following letters:
gent. Discussion at all times should be stripped
8:15 P.M.—General meeting of the Albany branch of the American As"My teacher is a kind and conserate person," writes
of colorful and pretty emotions. Naked truth is a
sociation of University Women. Melanie Grant, Leader of Choral Sing- one pupil of her teacher-nominee. "She helps you
ing at Philip Schuyler High School, to present program. Lounge.
after school even when she wants to go home herfar better friend to good government.
T h e basis
self. She has a lot of paysunch with slow learning
for discussion on this particular controversy should Thursday, February 28—
3:30 P.M.—Two Teams of Debate Council to hold debate on topic: Re- pupils." (Paysunch is a virtue—Ed. Note)
have been which organization is the best equipped
solved: "That there should be unrestricted immigration into Palestine."
"I am six years old. I am in the first grade. I like
to handle this duty.
8:00 P.M.—SCA-Hillel joint meeting with Reverend William McConaghy. my teacher. She is pretty. She never gets mad.
Subject: "Bases of Many Protestant Sects." Lounge.
Too many of the too few statements offered were
She helps me with my reading. She makes us mind
ridiculous and absurd. For if it is true that seniors Daily, 12:10-12:30—Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship Prayer Meeting. but she is kind.
Room 151, Huested.
Love and XXXXX."
do not have overly-much interest in State because
"Please
choose
my
teacher
to get the $1,000. She
they will soon graduate, then it is a logical assumpwants a fur coat." (nice educational reason . . . >
tion that our entire student government should
Out of the whole batch entered so far, only one
rest on this idea. Wouldn't it be better, therefore,
letter has been discouraging:
"I heard your offer. But I am sorry I can't think of
for the President of Student Association to be a
nothing no teacher has ever did for me." (obviousBy CULLINAN & HILT
freshman?
ly . . .)
We wonder if by representation, the speaker
The contest closes Feb. 27 so get your entries in
State Fair
for their stiff finals, their severe
meant representation by class sections—or b y colWe've done it again! This year's marking and other "petty" details. early . . . (P.S. Pictures of Quiz Kids and Judges availlege interests. Student Council, without question, State Fair went over the top in en- On the other hand one of their in- able.)
could better perform the first; Myskania, b y its tertainment, orginality, and dough- structors seems to have had quite "JIVE BOMBERS" DOUBLE TALK
Remember back in the eighth grade in junior high
very nature, the second. Student-faculty
relations re-mi. A good time was had by all a brainstorm. In place of the con- school when your gang knew all the latest jive talk
and as one Union man exclaimed— ventional test she took her students
are a duty, not a power. I t is a project which, t o "Women! Never in my life have I to see the stage play "The Late and you had a language all your own that nobody
to be successfully carried out, must be coordinated seen so many women in one place." George Apley" feeling that as this else could understand? Well, we have here in our
with the activities and student organizations, a n d It seems that the freshman class was their unit of work they would possession exerpts from a letter from one Miss Joan
at State Teachers College In Tren- derive more appreciation from this Hagerty age 12, President of the "Jive Bombers" of
finally with individual students. Myskania has ton is borrowing our State Fair type of final.
Mineola, L. I.:
long realized this, and throughout t h e past thirty theme for their big activity of the NOTE: I t seems that a certain Dear Sls:i That frame dame Gumpfa Is at It again.
years has slowly attempted to bring about this year. Wanting to formally present instructor of our own Spanish de- Every time the perfect convoy (Pinky:i) comes along
themselves to the college, they are partment now regrets having asked she sure drops the anchor. At the skating rink every
ideal relationship.
making plans to have every class or- a certain question on the final. Hav- Saturday night she oozes all over him (Pinkyi). It's
How has Myskania done this?
ganize and exhibit a booth.
ing received such invigorating and "abnoxiously repulsive" (as Sally would say.) Too
gruesome details for the answer, he bad about Pinky—he's really a caught snort and
First: Myskania h a s bi-weekly meetings with Gripes
Walking through the hallowed vows he will never again ask for a a tripped drip, but def! But he's full of vitamin "Y"
D r . Sayles. At these meetings student problems are
halls we find evidences of vehement composition on Una Visita, Al Med- Yessir, he's a mellow hunk of heart-break. Nazi-Faceo
discussed. The organization attempts to bring be- reactions toward final grades. Poor ico. (A visit to the Doctor).
followed me home again today. She very maliciously
fore the President of the College all of the com- marks cause some students to be-Times Have Changed
said to me, "Are you sure Pinky's taking you to the
plaints, requests and desires that it has heard stated come Infuriated and blame the
We never thought we'd see themovies Saturday?" I said. "No—not Saturday—Sunby State students. At the same time it listens to teachers or others to become dis- day when professors, in tears, would day." She asked me if he was going to pay my
way or if I was going to meet him inside the theacouraged and blame themselves.
any complaints that the administration may have Other colleges seem to be having run home to their wives because ter! Imagine! Then we had a raffle and she won a
they flunked. This is happening at
to make against the student body. Together, solu- the same trouble as in Fredonla Wisconsin. If you remember their quarter. It was my turn to be nasty. I turned around
tions are usually found for the many problems thus State Teachers College where the idea of rating profs which we pre- and said, "Well, now you can take Pinky to the movbrought to light. In this way, Myskania acts as a students' reactions were voiced in sented two weeks ago you might ies." Not knowing what to say, she shut up and
made like a clam all the rest of the time . . . Well.
the college paper. As usual inclearing station for student-administration rela- structors were put "on the carpet" be interested to know the results. Sis I'm off to a meeting of the Jive Bombers. So
Surprisingly enough the lecture type
tions.
class is the least helpful whereas long, square, dig you later."
small discussion sections and quiz
Second: Myskania issues a mimeographed fai guess who
CottutuiHicatiatU
recitations rated on top.
culty social calendar each month. This calendar
•i villainess
Hex In College
includes all student events in which the faculty may
:i knight in shining armor
To the Editor:
Many students, particularly in the i sou :i
be interested. Thus the faculty are acquainted with
Comes September and each cam- education classes, have been quesn Gumpf; see i
the social activities of the student body, and arepus organization blossoms forth tioning State's lack of marriage and
invited to take an active part in these activities.
with its ambitions and worthy parenthood courses. The campus
plans for improvements for the newspaper at UCLA presents an inThird: Myskania for the past two years has year. By November enthusiasm has teresting editorial on this point:
, « f * X STATE CCLLEGE NEWS
sponsored student-faculty teas at least once each visibly waned, and if any remains
"We have often wondered why the
semester. Since these teas are purely social they by .second semester the organization University does not offer courses
leader Is surely one to be congratu- in sex hygiene and education, prep- H f t i ^ a l ' l ' l g j
Established May 1916
provide both students and faculty members an op- lated.
aration for marriage, and preparaBy the Class of 1918
portunity to get together in an atmosphere void
This lull Campus Commission tion for parenthood . . .
came
forth
with
a
commendable
of courses and marks.
"Certainly the average college stuprogram, including the announceA student-faculty tea is not a hastily arranged ment that the time-honored, but dent Is old enough, mature enough, Vol. XXX
February 22. 1946
No. in
affair. It requires money (gained by football and usually ignored, custom of the sen- and intelligent enough to study the
II-i rii
r
. \ - - . ..• I :l I , •. I I ' a l l l ' K l I I I . I ' M ^ problem
of
marriage
and
parentbasketball games), preparation beforehand (get- iors leaving assembly first, followed
hood seriously and with an eye to I In- iilnli'i'i: r i . n i I N - i | , n -.i, I | I , . I .,* i h,
ting tea sets, signing up for the lounge, finding by the other classes In order was to liis own well-being. . . .
i'
'iti' I'm' ' I V H H I I ' I ' I : i n i l i l U l i n l , . \ m
I
Mi, i '
be rigorously enforced. It was nice
lu> N K W S l l n i i n l fur i n . . S ' n
A-chairs and card tables, getting the refreshments, the first week taking advantage of
'Undoubtedly
the University ii't.'i. yre ia ri , I n • liiiTiirli'li,
•_' lii-.'ii.iiA'i'ii ;;,'.i.v,s: t v u . s i
sending out invitations to the faculty), and clean- .senior prerogatives, but the second could do much good for its students i ' r I I I I I T . _ IIS7U.
ing up afterward. All this requires time and week those unobtrusive seniors who by giving such courses, yet It does
not. We would like to know why. . .
effort. Myskania has always taken can; of these did not feel equal to the struggle
The News Board
"The University should realize
tound
themselves
once
more
"bringduties, and Student Council has acted the part of
• •
liDITOII-INCNIUK
ing up the rear." This condition has that Ignoring the problem Is an- JOAN D. BERBRICH
CO-EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
hostesses, at the invitation of Myskania.
eon tinned throughout the year and other way of shirking lis obliga- ELIZABETH S. O'NEIL
tions as an educational Institution ISABEL FEAP
BUSINESS MANAGE!!
The vote, however, has been taken in favor of by this lime most of the seniors have to the community It serves."
JOSEPHINE MAGGIO
CIRCULATION MANAGE!!
resigned themselves to being sort
Student Council. Whether or not there will be fur- of a rear guard.
AOVLUTISING
MANAGE!*
Even Boston University is agitat- MARGERY CRAMER
MARY SULLIVAN
- SHORTB UtJITOH
ther consideration of this question before the ConRecently Campus Commission has ing for such education. In fact many KATHRYN HAGERTY
ASSOCIATE EOITOH
stitution is finally passed is still uncertain, T h e been elevated to the position It professors, especially in the psycho- BERNARD M SKOL6KY
AHSOCIATIi EDITOR
moral of this tale is not that you should vote for rightly deserves, that, of one of the logy, sociology, and English depart- MARY TESSIER
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
ments, are leaders In this moveMyskania, but that, in future problems that ure leading college organizations, A sup- ment. Strong student demand has
posedly efficient system has been
met in the Constitution, you demand the facts from created; all the machinery has been already presented a petition to the
•SBJ... 2
both ,cides before voting. Remember . . . a dis- set-up; certainly under capable President. Many of our own education
professors
have
also
been
advocussion on a subject can always be postponed to the leadership It should be prevented
cating the desirability of such a
I'uiiiiiiuilluutluus uliuulil In' uclili'usDL'it III iliu utll'ur u u u
next meeting of the Association. Intelligent vot- from fading to a mere figurehead course here at State. If It Is not All
IIIIISI lie aljiuetj.
N U M B S w i l l be w i t h h e l d u p o n r e i | i i e s i .
organization. Let's see a little acH
i
e
H ' s lUHiiiiien liu rus|>uii»lliilUv
ing, not time, is the most precious commodity in tion I
banned In Boston why should It be (»r oSp Ti nAi oTnEs et 'xOplr. eUsMs ei dl ' i InX KIts
uiiluinux o r o a m w U l l l v a t l O I I
here?
State today,
«:• nil I'll i t s | i r i ' s s l n n s d o urn iir>i'i<ssiirll)' refine! Its f i e m
One of the Rear Guard
and
2>ata
College Glade-wpA
ill
M . I I I I I . •!•
Class Of '48
Do Facts Justify Anti-vivisection Bill?
State Fair Draws
tion. Actually we exercise the hu- much too busy trying to increase
maneness and care that are used in the life span of these "animal lov- Record Crowd
Again this year the State Leglslature faces the Anti-vivisection
Bill. Already vetoed by the Senate any grade A hospital."
ers" to waste their time uselessly
With a n attendance of approximCommittee, the bill is now in the An excerpt from the Boston Eve- abusing animals,
ately 700 people and a monetary r e hands of the Assembly Committee, ning Transcript states that sclenThis is still America and the gov- t u r n of $441.55, the College's fourth
During last year's session of the tists are getting too absorbed in ernment is still "of the people." annual State Pair was acclaimed "a
Helen Kisiel Will Act Legislature, the Anti-vivisection animals and aren't paying enough State representatives vote the way success" by Eloise Worth, '48, chairbill, which seeks to abolish medical attention to human beings. Instead, their voters tell them to vote. I t is man of State Fair. The Pair, held
As M . C. For Event
experiments on living dogs, was it is inferred, scientists should work now up to the general public, in- Saturday night, drew a recordThe class of '48 will celebrate its passed by a 39 to 9 majority in the on humans. After all, what is the eluding college students, to let their breaking crowd of students, faculty
second year at State with a ban- Senate. Just before the session life of a man in comparison to the representatives know how they feel members and outsiders.
quet tomorrow night in the ball closed the bill was vetoed by the life of a dog?
about this vital issue.
Prizes were awarded to the best
room of the Ten Eyck Hotel. Dr. Assembly Committee. This year the Another statement of Dr. Ivy's
concession, show and the show takHarvey Rice, Professor of History, issue has again arisen and lobbying relates that over eighty per cent
in the most money. On the
Name Hopke Coach ing
is guest speaker.
faculty committee of judges were:
is strong on both sides.
of modem diagnostic and therapeuDr. Charles Currien Smith, Pro- Clarence E. Richards, Managing tic knowledge can be traced to aniEllen C. Stokes, Dean of Women,
fessor of Education, Dr. Ralph G. Director of the National Anti-vivi- mat experimentation.
In Milne High School Dr. Shields Mcllwalne, Professor of
These
"deClausen, Professor of Biology, and
Dr. John M. Sayles, President of English, and Dr. Margaret L. Hayes,
fenseless" animals often do die, It
Agnes Futterer, Assistant Professor section Society, published an article is true, but an eighty per cent in- the College, has announced the ad- Assistant Professor of Education.
in
Popular
Pets
Magazine
calling
of English, have also accepted indition of Mr. William Hopke, Grad- For the most outstanding show,
vitations to be guests of the Soph- vivisection, "Murder For Science." crease in medical knowledge seems, uate Student, to the Physical Edu- Sayles Hall's "Duffy's Tavern," was
to
the
scientist,
to
warrant
these
True, vivisection, if it can be called
omore class.
cation Department. Dr. Sayles will the winner. Newman Hall's "Unitthat, is for science but there is deaths.
Hlldreth General Chairman
also attend a conference Thursday ed Novelties" received first prize
Scientists
can
relate
lengthy
lists
much
debate
as
to
whether
or
not
Sue Hildreth, '48, general chairthrough Saturday of the National for taking in the most money, and
of
advancements
made
through
exit
can
be
called
murder.
Is
it
murman of the affair, says, "A first
Association of State Teacher's Col- Moreland Hall's "Toll Gate" won
periments
on
dogs.
Insulin,
Bantder
to
painlessly
inflict
disease
and
class dinner and lots of fun await
first prize for the best concession.
leges at Cleveland, Ohio.
every '48er who comes." Helen physical ailments on dumb animals ing's aid for diabetes, is but one
Individual group returns were as
Hopke
will
be
substitute
assistant
Kisiel, '48, is Mistress of Ceremonies whrn such inflictions leads In a of these major strides. Work has
been done on hormones, shock, per- to Coach Merlin Hathaway, Physical follows:
for tile evening. Entertainment longer, healthier life for man:'
$16.50
under the direction of Helen Kisiel
fn the first place the name "vivi- fection of operating technique and Education Instructor, until the re- Beta &eta
turn of Mr. Harry Grogan, former
Phi Delta
4.37
will include a "movie premiere, radio section" is in itself misleading. Vivi- many other medical problems.
Kappa Delta
11.75
Sister Fides Shepperson, a Penn- Instructor here and now in the
celebrities, screen personalities and section means cutting alive. AcPsi Gamma
16.96
a Hedda Hopper interview." Miss cording to Dr. Edward R. Cuniffee sylvania leader in the humane Armed Forces. Physical education
Gamma Kappa Phi
17.88
Hopper, played by a member of the in an address to ii branch of the movement, protests against this instruction for Milne High School
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Sophomore class, will have her mi-Slate Medical Society only ten per"cruelty which finds outlet in man's Students will be given by Hopke
and States-Men
48.41
crophone in front of the theatre, rent of medical experiments were abuse of his right over animals." while Hathaway will coach all comChi Sigma Theta
14.33
give a fast line in her well-known made on living animals. Dr. An-She refers to those "wretched vic- petitive athletic teams at Milne and
Pierce Hall
30,80
style and then will talk to the vari- drew C. Ivy, Director of the De-tims now writhing in the torture at State.
42.84
ous stars of stage, screen and radio, partment of Physiology nt North- chambers of vivisection laboratorTeaching for veterans and the Sayles Hall
Newman Hall
43.11
portrayed by class members, as they western University, stated, "Vivi- ies." To such remarks as this, the place of education in social institu30.16
enter the theatre for the premiere. section is an unfair word. It im- pertinent reply would seem to be tions will be discussed at the Con- Moreland Hall
30.97
Following this will be the movie plies pitiless, unnecessary examina- that the scientists of today are ference to be attended by Dr. Sayles. Wren Hall
Stokes Hall
10.75
premiere.
Farrell House
18.21
JOINT RELIGIOUS MEETING
The committees for the banquet
Sayles Annex
20.38
This coming Thursday night, Febare as follows: Chaperones, Wilma
St. Thomas More
17.56
ruary 28, SCA and Hillel will hold Hillel
Dlehl, chairman, Rita Shapiro and
35.35
Virginia
Dowd;
Entertainment,
a joint meeting in the Lounge at Myskania
10.52
Helen Kisiel, chairman, Ellen Fay,
eight o'clock.
Commuter's Club
14.00
Edith Dell, Eloise Worth, and EleReverend William McConaghy Student Council
6.70
anor Holbig; Arrangements, Jean
will be the speaker. His subject will
Connor, chairman, Elizabeth Cavabe Bases of Many Protestant Sects."
$441.55
naugh, Beverly Free, and Annalee
Members To Address
On February 14, Rabbi Moseson, The grand finale was the crownLevine.
Hillel's advisor, spoke on Jewish ing of the State Fair "Queen,"
Presbyterian Group
Two teams of the State College
The admission price of $1.50 may
customs and traditions.
Frank Woodworth, '47. His attenDebate
Council
will
hold
a
debate
be paid at any time before Friday
Following the talk there will be dants were Virginia Day, '47, Edna
Thursday
at
3:30
P.
M.
in
Room
The
Inter-Group
Council
Semito some member of the arrangea question period during which Rev- Sweeney, '47, Leona Emmerling, '49,
- . „ „ - . . „
ment committee or a t the door be- 100. The topic will be: "Resolved: nar, directed by Alice Williams, '48,
fore the banquet. All Sophomores That there should be unrestricted will resume its bi-weekly meetings erend McConaghy will answer any and Lorna Kunz, '47. The nylons
have been urged to attend.
Jewish immigration into Palestine." on Tuesday at 3:30 p. m. A group queries.
. _ , , . « raffled off by Student Council were
The two teams selected to debate of students representing the IGC Harriet Brinkman, president of won by Jean Griffin, '47. Mary
Thursday will be those who attended speakers' panel will address t h e SCA, and Joseph Palevsky, head Seymour's sister, Bozz, won $2.00 by
Breish To Review Books the Syracuse meeting last week The women's supper meeting at the First of Hillel, have urged all members to guessing the time the clock went
"Oregon Plan" of debate which is Presbyterian Church a t the corner attend.
off a t the Sayles Annex booth.
At Next Forum Meeting relatively new at State, will be used. °J s^,e and Willet Streets o n M o n Miss Davis has urged that all fresh- 0*y, March 4, at 6 p. m. IGC wiU
Selma Kreisberg, '46, Speaker of man and Sophomore tryouts for De- ^
sponsor a folk festival on April
Forum, has announced that Made- bate Council attended this meeting 6 i n t h e Wm o f P a S e H a l 1 '
lyn Breish, '48, will review several
modern books a t a Forum meeting as an explanation and discussion of Williams Chairman
Wednesday, at 3:30 P. M. in the this new method will be given then. T n e topic for discussion at t h e
Dr. Roland C. Burton, professor first meeting of the seminar this The setting is the homey, happy panied by the frosh trio with Audrey
Lounge.
The books were sent to Forum by of English arid advisor to Debate semester will be "What Do We s u r V W d i n g 7 o f Y c h u r c h box social Adolphson, accordion, E l e a n o r
a n d Marg'aret
H effner,
the International Relntions Clubs Council, will begin coaching fresh- Really Think of Each Other?' Miss i n 1 9 1 7 t n e b o y , g H a r o l d M i l l S i ^ A m e s ^
man
candidates
for
the
rivalry
de
Williams
succeeds
Gerhardt
Welti.
b
i
n
a
cello.
Sandy
Monro,
the
headwaitg
l
r
]
)
R
o
s
e
B
e
l
g
a
n
d
t
h
e
c
o
m
Sponsored by the Carnegie Institute
berg, 47, as chairman of the semi- t l o l l | t h e b a s l s o f U l e P r o s n B i g 8 e r k e e p s a n e y e o n h l g c o q u e t t e
of New York City. Forum is also bate team.
Burton will hold a meeting at nar group. The place of the meet- m u s i c a i . This flashback scene to singing waitresses, Ellen Sargent
planning to attend an evening ses- some
future date to give instruction ing will be announced in assembly t h e f i m W o r l d W a r m „ A n d S o I t n n d J e a n I n e s o n i a n d c h a r l l e Miner
sion of the New York State Legis- in preparing and delivering speech- t o c ' a v '
.,
,„„ , .
. . . Goes" is the result of the anxious holds forth on the guitar. An Englature some time in March. Miss es. When the actual freshman riLoma
Kunz.
47,
chairman
of
the s t a t e o f m i n d m J o e Za nchelli (Bill) l.shman and a Frenchman, Harry
Kreisberg has asked that all those valry team has been chosen, or
IGConSpeakers
panel,
will be assistn o h a s j u s t r e t u r n e d f r o m o v e r . rj'Meara and Bob Coutu, also proare interested contact her as soon eani/ed ennrhinE will be given bv ed
Monday by
Lee Cheatham,
'49, w
s e n s d u t y n n d l s wondering whether vide interesting interludes
Eloise
Worth,
48,
and
Thelma
Elas possible.
o
r
n o t n e snould m a k e ^
brcak
The point of this tale is not
members of Debate Council.
hot 46. Miss Kunz will discuss the
chelor-hood. In making whether the homeward-bound Jim
There was an open meeting for
A debute will be held with the Col- work ol the Council before opening w l t h ba
all veterans Wednesday, when a l"gc of St. Rose on April 11 at 7:30
got the girl, or whether Bill made
thLs d c c l s l o n h e t u r n s t 0 n l s f a t n .
round I able discussion was held on P. M. in the Lounge. The topic of the discussion on "What Do Weer's counsel. When Jerry Willink, the plunge, but that the Frosh Big
Know About Living Together?" The who plays the part of the mature 8 musical "And So It Goes," diproblems brought up by the veter- debate has not yet been chosen.
members of the team will be guests Jim, is presented with the prob- rected by Robertson Baker and
ans
at a .supper before the meeting.
lem, he is emphatically opposed to Harold Mills, will be presented in
Bill's marriage. To prove his point Page Hall Auditorium Saturday,
Folk Festival
he recalls his own youthful expert- March 2. at 8:30 p. m. Admission
At the folk festival, the different ence in the similar world of 1917. price will be $.35.
nations of the world will be repreReminiscing, he remembers the
3
1
Junior Mass
sented in various ways. Distinctive delight with which he and his ielSenior Class Vlce-1'rcsicW'nl
112(1 151 177
Axelrod
costumes
will
be
worn
by
members
low recruits accepted the invitation
75 - - I
65
ol the Council, and exhibits of to a church box social. Here he
Hagerty
HH
279
:i-l(i
363
Qlliilii
235
handiwork and pictures will be on
Hill
175 185 200 299 display. Well-known dishes nnd bid on the box that Introduced him
Knupp
to Martha, and they got acquainted
83
Distributions Wurshuw
71
trinkets of some of the countries to the melodies of the male quintet
Nominees
il
II
12
H
will
be
sold
at
booths.
There
will
I •>. Blanks
(Frederick Baron, Donald Dickinbe folk and square dancing design- son, Frank Grinscy, Alexander
Mayo
074
074
074
674
ed
for
audience
participation.
Sev']•( m l
Monro, and Harold Story i and the
:r> 4 5
eral students who are of foreign sextet of girls (Susanno Anderson,
in a F r i e n d l y
Mel'crran
Delegates
In
(iciii'seo
Conference
descent
will
participate
in
a
pro2 0 ' * 30
Eileen Hayes, Jean McCabe, Arline
Mai her
gram to Illustrate the customs of Moshier, Mary Odak, and Theresa
S e n i o r Class
Ii
2
3
I
L>0 '
Comfortable
V\'orsle\
the countries they will represent. Salamone).
M:i
Kliul
Celenii Axelrod, '40, Is chairman of
M l HI! |>
l lie festival, and will be assisted by Then the scene changes lo the
Twl ul
7!) 75 Sullivan
359
Atmosphere
Lois Hutchinson and Alice Knapp, sophistication of a Paris cafe and
liliuik the time to 1918. Here Jim and his
Juniors, and Ruth Seelbach '48.
'Eliminated by slaieinenl ol prel •
now seasoned company dream of
I'lince in accordance will) Mnjor- Tnliil
(174
home and sweethearts to the tunes
Miiuir ( U'l'lcc Plan
Junior Class
of the chorus and soloists, accom155 17'! 304 249 338
'•Because ol tie, one candidate llenllev
160
\:>:.\
1114
136
wus eliminated by lot.
('onley
71
MADISON S W E E T S H O P
t'oolt
Uflt'iiatcs to New York <it.v
84 94
Hutchinson
( onli'ieiK c
ill
I)!) 124
785 Madison A v e
Knupp
674 - - 1
Mil 171 11)0 234 328 210 Central Avenue Albany, N, Y,
Lasliinsky
Quota:
338
7
8
6
2
2
T a s t y a n d Delicious
Blanks
'.»
Nominees
Distributions Total
Sandwiches
074 674 074 074 674
Senior I'luss
1 2
3 I
Central
Sophomore Class
Carter
105
and Lunches
Baldwin
133
Davis
Ill
WESTERN AT
Gilbert
185
Mather
97
101)4 CENTHM. AVE. ALBANY, N. Y,
Williams
350
Fassow
3B0
Dial 2-9733
QUAIL.
Blanks
6
Blanks
1
PHONE 4 0 2 4 7
Slates Banquet
l omorrow Night
Debate Council IGC To Resume
Plans To Review Bi- Weekly Class
Jewish Problem
'And So It Goes,' Frosh Big-8,
Features 1917 Paris Cafe Scene
Numerical ^cUHilatw-m
GOOD
FOOD
CENTRAL
Barber Shop
/faf^o
Vacuum Repair Shop
Total
674
Total
674
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STATE C O L L E G E N E W S , F R I D A Y , F E B R U A R Y 2 2 , 1 0 4 6
PAGE 4
State To Meet ABC
Next Wednesday Night
Techniques Developed
From Added Practices
Smiling Swordsman Sees
Fencing Femmes Flutter Foils
Since last fall some of State's
femmes have been striving to develop proficiency in one of the oldest arts of defense. There was
something so romantic and challenging in the command, "Engarde"
that ten little girls climbed out of
bed early Saturday morning.
Until last week every thing seemed to proceed according to plan.
Form, balance, coordination and
footwork were uppermost In the
minds of the fencing enthusiasts.
Then, the new instructor appeared.
Joseph Messier of LaSalle is a skilled swordsman with "curly brown
hair and twinkling blue eyes." It
isn't his fault that every time he
strides into view his charges become
so distracted they fumble and drop
their foils, but that's the way it Is.
The new instructor has caused a
sensation.
Honestly girls, you can't have
your cake and eat it too! YOU concentrate on fencing.
Phi Delt, Gamma Kap
Only Undefeated Teams
Ping-Pong Finals
Won By Weiss
For Second Year
Bowling League
Continues Games
MAA Plans
Ping-Pong
Series
The L!oyd Studno
BOULEVARD
CAFETERIA
for I he Is&si
"Anything wrong with the chili, air?"
(J) ESOUIHR, I M C , 1U4»
Reprinted from th* January iuua of E«quir«
IB8 200 CENTRAL AVENUE
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State College News
Two Squad Top
Basket League
The WAA basketball league continues this week as five more team*
By the show of attendance a t t h e
played their games with several
two previous games, State is going
LIZ SULLIVAN
others yet to be played-off. The
all out for MAA Intercollegiate basWednesday night games were postketball.
The
men
have
worked
When we think of the basketball
poned and this slightly delayed the
games played by the WAA league hard trying to put a winning team
games scheduled this week.
on the floor and to put State in the
teams this year, the one thing that winning column.
Two teams have been eliminated
stands out differentiating the games
from the league because of failure
On Tuesday afternoon, Ray Weiss,
The game last night with Albany
from those played last year is the Law school, showed not only the '48, defeated Alice Fisher, '48, in the
to win a t least one out of four
games, These are Wren and Comlack of spirit with which these teamwork, but also the doggedness WAA ping-pong finals, taking two
muters. AEPhi and Western have
games are carried through. Last characteristic of our team. Captain straight games, 21-16 and 21-18.
dropped out of the running.
From the beginning, Fisher playyear, if we remember correctly, Feeney showed his ability for leadFour games were postponed thto
other members of the houses came ership and Mullen was excellent on ed a defensive game. She usually
week and will be played off in the
both defensive and offensive. An- is very good on the offense and
along to cheer their teams along. other of State's outstanding floor probably would have had a better
near future. The scheduled matches
Some even had cheers and a cheer men was Combs who Intercepted chance to win if she had started
were KD vs. Phi Delt, Psi Gam \§.
leader. This year the spirit has many a pass.
out on the defensive.
Rares, Tommy More vs. Sayles and
Moreland vs. Farrell. With the
definitely died down. There are actRed Evans, who was one of the As a rule, a tricky server, Weiss's
completion of these four games tht
ually only a few people who come high scorers of t h e Siena game, playing was not up to par on that
second round of the basketball leato see their teams play. We hope again showed his ability for tallying count. Whenever she volleyed the
Marsland
and Bortnick ball to any point on the table, Fishgue will come to an end. All teams
to see more of a showing at the points.
played their steady dependable er was adept a t picking it up and
that have lost four games have beea
final play-off of the two top teams. game throughout the entire contest, returning it.
eliminated from the league.
Coming Games
Welss's steady gain was due to
There are only three teams which
Helpful Friends
are undefeated so far. These are
Next Wednesday night, February her using heavy slams and slashing
Sports that various people are now 27, in Page Hall gym, these men the ball across the table. This has
Gamma Kap, Phi Delt, and Beta
taking up are resulting in an en- will take on the best Albany Bust- also been a definite reason why she
Zeta. KD and Psi Gam have only
larged collection of skeletons for the ness College has to offer. ABC has has been the WAA ping-pong chamdefeated once, indicating that
Phi Delta, Pierce W i n been
biology department. The skeletons had an excellent team during the pion for two successive years,
five strong teams will be fighting
are mainly bat skeletons caught by past years and this year has one of Although many more signed up
hard as the tourney pulls into the
Others Incompleted
specialists in this line. In fact, the the fastest teams in the section, only thirteen showed enough intersemi-finals.
specialist in the lead who has now State will have to play a hard game est and enthusiasm to actually play
The WAA bowling tournament Last Monday afternoon, the Rares
in the tournament.
caught at least nine bats says, to defeat this group.
continued this week as four more literally swamped Tommy Mors
"Well, if I fail practice teaching, I There is a possibility that State
Weiss, being the odd number, matches were played off. On Tues- with a score of 26-10. The game
will spend my life collecting bats will have a return game with Siena moved into the semi-finals after day Pierce Hall defeated Wren Hall didn't really get going until after
to further the cause of
well in the near future. Since this team playing only one game. Fisher had with a 104 pin lead while the Gam- the half when the Rares tightened
there must be some cause it would was the first one that the Purple three previous matches before en- ma Kap-Moreland games were un- their defensive. From then on it
further!" This we thought was quite and Gold had ever played, there countering Weiss in the deciding completed. The preceding Thurs- was their game. Davidson was high
day Phi Delta won over the Kappa scorer for the winners, and Herlihy
an unselfish aspiration. At this are great hopes that State will come contest,
With the closing of this tourna- Delta bowlers with a lead of 148 paced the loosers.
point may come the question of why forth a victor in the return match.
all this Is happening now. Well the The game with t h e YMCA which ment, State has seen the last of the pins. Newman Hall forfeited its On Tuesday night the NewmanBZ tilt took the spotlight. It was
reason is that something happened was to be played tomorrow night WAA ping-pong competition for games to Chi Sig.
to the thermostat so that the house has been cancelled. However, this this semester. From now on, the High individual scores were rolled a close game all the way to the finwas warmer than usual. The bats game is expected to be played soon, spotlight will be directed towards by three of the Phi Delta bowlers. ish. Up until the half, Newman
Justine Maloney, '48, hit 122 and kept a two point edge over BZ. At
hibernating for the winter, notice The Y has a quintet of tall men but the second MAA tourney,
132 to lead with Pauline Myers, '46, the half the score was tied 11-11.
the sudden change in temperature with further practice State has a n
edged
out by one pin, hitting 134 In the third quarter the BZ squad
PP rtUnity
f
Mttlng
and thinking that It is spring, come ffimtack
° °
°
RIVLARY BASKETBALL
and 118. Dorothea Silvernall, '47, rallied when Casey started the ball,
down and begin to fly about at dusk
Other
games
will
be
scheduled
if
Rivalry
spirit
has
been
revived
by
hit the third highest individuals rolling by tossing in a field goal.
—causing, as you may well Imagine,
the basketball series. One gamel with 114 and 132. Mary Seymour, BZ managed to keep the lead from
no end of consternation to the dear these encounters will fit in our op- which
was played last night, started '46, top bowler for the Phi Delta then on. I t was a hard fight but
fenimes living a t the house. Well, ponent's schedules.
it off and another rivalry basketball team dropped down to 126 and 103BZ came out with a win of 18-13.
after all, life would be dull if there
game has been scheduled for next this week.
Casey was high scorer for the vicwere not winged creatures around!
week. If neither class wins the two High Scorers
tors with a total of 11 points. Cooper
games a third clash will be played.
Lucy Lytic, 49, was high man for tossed in 5 for the defeated Newman
A Gripe
Mickey Seaman, WAA manager of the Pierce team, rolling 113 and 129,squad.
Seeing ihe head on this will prob'49, has great hopes for her squad. while Irene Szarek, '48, was high
Gamma Kap chalked up another
ably cause a lot of people to skim
Even though the Frosh have come for Wren Hall five. On the Kappa
over but if only a few of the infrom far seperated schools, they have Delta team, Wilma Whitney, '49, win to their record of all wins by MAA's second ping-pong tourna- put in two wee.:cs of intensive pracdowning the Chi Sig team 30-10. The '
volved people see it then we will be
was top man.
powerful Gamma Kap six launched
happy. It's about the score books ment of the year has been started tice, under the watchful eye of Ba- Team Averages
a relentless attack and didn't let up
again. Could we humbly request this week. Both the singles and ker, '47.
Individual
and
team
averages
for
until the finish. Young put in 15
that the scores be kept according to doubles have been lined up and the
The. Sophomore
, ,
,, team, , which .is the completed games were:
the spaces and in the spaces that play-offs are now in progress.
Av. for Gamma Kap and Sylvestri starKI)
1st
2nd
To.
In the MAA singles only one of captained for the second year by
are provided in the book and also
92 185 93 ed for Chi Sig.
n ,
\ h a s t h ° advantage in the O'Grady
.?? 108 229 115 Sayles Hall took the Whiz Kids
that a slight amount of energy be the ten scheduled games has been sQ"
121
el les
'
because they have played to Alverson
used in pushing the pencil that is played so far. This was the Palev- gether
105 118 223 112 to the tune of 12-8. This game was
as a unit for the past two Skinner ..
used. Some of the scores are writ- sky-Sullivan match. Palevsky won years. With Tilden, Qulnn, and Whitney ..
122 92 214 107 the upset of the evening and the
ten in so lightly that correct or not the first set 21-11 but Sullivan Cooper or Maginness in the forward Young ....
66 107 173 87 Sayles six seems to have received
—they can't be read without the quickly turned the tables, topping slots, and Dlehl, Dlffin, and Troun- Phi Delta
a shot in the arm in the person of
aid of an arc lamp. The scores are Palevsky 21-12 and 21-19 in the ser or Shapiro in the guard posts Ives
96 Marge Cramer.
86 191
105
next
two
sets.
As
winner
of
this
being kept much better than they
122 132 254 127
The KD-Stokes game wa,s slow
the class of '48 has the height that Maloney ..
were last year so that's consolation game Sullivan is listed to play the will count in the long run.
114 132 246 123 moving with very little scoring
Silvernall
victor
of
the
Weiner-Feeney
match
—pretty soon we ought to have per134 118 252 126 throughout, the entire game. The
Myers
in which Welner is the favorite.
fect score books—Allah!
126
103 22!) 115 score was tied at, the half, but KD
Seymour
Plmr-Pong Doubles
man-Bohlnsky and Mullin-Weiner
got a slight lend in the fourth quarPierce
Eight combinations have signed combinations indicate that they may
Grimm Tale
113 129 242 121 ter and defeated the hard-fighting
Lvtle
up for the ping-pong doubles: Mc- push through to the semi-finals.
Anderson
115 102 217 109 Stokes team 10-9.
Then there's the story of Cinder- Carthy-Miner vs. Kauman-Bohln Match Musts
ella and the glass slipper. The 1946sky, Wagner-Oarr vs. Bolles-Wober, The winners of the first- round Incson
n •11 lit! 59
version is, however, somewhat dif- Mullln-Welner vs. Bortnick-Fecney, matches must take two games out Ardllo
114 119 233 117
ferent. Seems as though the mod- and Combs-Lashinsky vs. Dickln- of three, of the semi-finals three Abrams
129 102 231 11(1
PHOTOGRAPHS
ern Cinderella Is a cute little blonde son-O'Meara. From previous ob- out of five, and of the finals four Wren
with a lot of luck and a foot just servations of their nbillty, the Kauf- out of seven.
Sorcenelli
110 81 2011 100 Duplicate Prints may be secured
the right size to fit the slipper! We
Hedges
79 82 161 111
at all times
were all in the P. O. slaving away,
Michael
100 99 11)9 99
20!)
105
when we heard that one of our
119
Discount
prices
in effect till May
Szarek
90
Junior reporters namely the now
Peterson
M 75 168 84
Films retained for at least
famous Cinderella Day, had liter5 years
ally won the city of Albany for a
day! Isn't that wonderful—now the
r«j
Question is who is the Prince
Hi
Charming going to be? Well Ginny
Western ,V Quail
hero's your chance. Then Tichy
(another Illustrious Soph reporter)
lfie a game fur school leagues
51 3rd Street
Phone
.started to yelp. We thought maybe
Troy, N. Y.
Troy 1068
from !) A M. in ii P M
a tack was on the chair or something but instead she yelled, "Why
I was the one who told her to go
down to try on the shoe! That
makes ma famous too!" Well Tichy,
DI A I- 5 1013
fitonr.E D
maybe CJnderella will drive you
around in her pumpkin colored jeep
for five or ten minutes, or maybe
she'll let you peek Into the room
she's to occupy at the DeWitt for
an evening, or she may even let you
take a sip of the champagne she's
The most of the Host
going to drink—or—well Tichy wo
can't all have size four shoe can we?
To return to reality for a few moments—we'd like to mention that
Coach Hathaway is really giving
those boys a workout at basketball
practices. Siena watch out—they're
on the way up 11
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Assembly At IIM A. M.
Z.444
ALBANY, N E W YORK, FRIDAY,
VOL. XXX N O . 17
M A R C H 1, 1 0 4 6
Frosh Present Big-Eight "And So It Goes"
Musical Relates Story Of G.I. In Paris
Star Mills, Berg
In Leading Roles
I omorrow Night
Vice-Presidential Platform Aims
Discussed By Three Candidates
to uphold: To work to make the new
constitution a functioning organism
of student life instead of merely
eight pages of mimeographed paper;
to further more social activities sponsored by the Student Association as
a whole; to publicize State College
to a greater extent through more
active student co-operation with the
State College Press Bureau, to InBentley
clude MAA in our budget without
Ruth Bentley says, "As a candi- increasing the student tax and withdate for the office of Vice Presi- out hindering organizations through
dent of Student Association, I pro- too drastic reductions,"
pose and will attempt to carry out, Hilt
if I should be elected, a platform of
The statement obtained from Miss
constitutionality, cooperation, and Hilt is as follows: "My platform for
ROSE BERG
recognition — a constitutionality of Vice-President of Student Associastudent government on the basis of tion evolves around the following
the newly-revised constitution; co- three points or aims: 1. To carry on Seniors Take Limelighf;
operation toward our common goal, the work of helping Student Council
the Student Union, endeavoring to to become the all powerful and yet Babies, Beauties Featured!
We're the Class of '46
keep it constantly before us as an democratic body provided for in the
A handsome bunch are we
aim; and recognition of State, urg- Constitution, Moreover, to help guarSee our pictures bright and
ing all other organizations to join antee that this body should be made
young
hands with MAA in paving the way subordinate to no other group than
As of yesterday.
to popularity and prestige among that of Student Association, and
In Huested Hall we took our
other colleges."
that it continue under the revised
stand
Smith
Constitution to become the importMyskania started the show
Richard Smith's platform states: ant functionary body of Student
With pictures of their bright
"If elected to the office of Vice- Government.
young days
President of Student Association,
2. To aim for more intercollegiate
When they were too young to
this Is the platform which I will try recognition by attending more interknow,
collegiate conferences, publicizing to
Gather near, give a leer
a greater degree our own events, and
At the Seniors
sponsoring more intercollegiate afThey're a bunch that have fared
fairs here at our own college.
well
3, To strengthen college unity,
If
they
all hand in their picparticularly between different school
tures
organizations, between commuters
Their history you can tell.
and dorm students, and between stuYes, the Senior picture parade
dents and faculty."
is now being featured on the
Balloting'
Myskania bulletin board. All
Absentee balloting will lake place
In assembly this morning, DiscusSeniors are requested to hand in
Thursday
and
Friday
at
the
Stamp
sion of the proposed Constitution
pictures of themselves so their
Booth
In
lower
Draper.
Any
person
of Student Association will be conclassmates can graduate with
who has paid his student tax and
tinued.
the comforting thought that in
four years they have made
The campaign managers and can- who has a legitimate excuse for abfriendships that sprang from
didates for the Vico-Prosidency of sence from assembly may obtain a
ballot
from
a
member
of
Myskania
way back. You don't have to
Student Association will speak, and
any
time
from
12
noon
to
4:30
P.M.
be beautiful. All you have to
there will be voting for that office.
on those days. Ballots thus obtained
do is be a Senior.
Discussion will be eontlnuod on may be placed in the ballot box
Article VI, Section 4, which con- either personally or by proxy.
Any pose at any age is accepcerns the duties of Student Council.
table, and pictures will be reBallots
will
be
issued
in
an
enveTn addition Article VII, Sections
turned to their owners. Address
1 and 2, which define the powers of lope bearing the absentee voter's
pictures to Peggy Casey, '46.
Myskanin as the judicial body of name. It should be marked in the
Don't, wnit Seniors! Let us in on
Student Association will be pre- customary manner and be replaced
your pre-State College daze.
in
the
envelope.
sented to the Student body for consideration.
Candidates
The candidates for Vice ['resident arc Betty Hose Hill. Ruth
Bentloy, and Richard Smith, Juniors. Their campaign managers are
respectively. Mary Sullivan, '40,
Hetty McGruth, '40, and Prank
Virgil FiU'teh takes pleasure in been accustomed to the grim reaWoodworth, '47.
ihe physically impossible; Helen lism of Bill Muuldin's "Willie" and
At Student Council meeting Wed- Hokinson doles on middle aged la- "Joe" In the Stars and Stripes, have
nesday ;il lei noon, plans were made dies and Marge has been drawing material at their disposal In their
for the formation of an arbitration Little Lulu in and out of innu- transition from camp and base to
committee under the by-laws of the merable scrapes in a very profit- the campus and the "Boul."
proposed Constitution and the con- able manner for some time. But
The drawings must be done on
stitutions of three campus organ- while Marge has a monopoly on
Little Lulu, there is still profit, in heavy white paper, t by f> inches, In
izations were approved.
drawing cartoons for State stu- India ink, and the cartoonist should
To Settle Disputes
indicate his name anil class on the
The arbitration committee will dent,-;, since, the STATU COI.I.KUU NHWH entry. Contestants must not fold
settle all disputes within campus is sponsoring n cartoon contest with the onirics and a deadline has been
organizations when no other ma- a two dollar prize for the most out- set for Friday, March 15.
chinery bus been provided. The standing work.
Cartoons may he handed in
The only restriction on topic is
three constitutions approved were
those of Campus Commission, Dra- that it depict a situation of general through the NBWH mailbox outside
matics and Arts Council, and Music campus wide Interest, as the pur- the Publications Office In the lowpose of the contest Is to obtain er hull of Draper.
Council.
Tho Niows Board will net as
The Eustern State Teachers Col- cartoons which pertain to Stale
lege Conference at Geneseo, orig- College life as well as to offer an judges and Ihe decision will bo
inally planned for March 2 and 3 has opportunity to display student based on the quality of drawing,
been postponed to April ft und 0. work, The subjoct chosen may bo neatness, originality, and the suitStudent Council will have u table in treated either seriously or humor- ability and interest of tho subject.
tlm Commons on the second Activi- ously, so a sketch dealing with stu- The NKWS reserves tho right to
ties Day In order to question the dent government or classes will bo print any of tho cartoons submitreturned veterans about the possi- as acceptable ns a lighter theme. ted, but all of tho work used will
Tho returning veterans who have bo acknowledged.
bility of a Student Loan Fund.
Personal statements have been
secured for the STATE COLLEGE
NEWS from the three Student Association vice-presidential candidates, Betty Rose Hilt, Richard
Smith, and Ruth Bentley, juniors,
giving the platforms each will fulfill
if elected. Voting will take place
today in assembly.
S. A . Constitution
Speeches, Voting
Today s Program
State's Artists -- Take Notice!
News Sponsors Cartoon Contest
Production To Open
In Page Hall A t Eight
Tomorrow night at 8 p. m. in
Page Hall auditorium, the freshman class will present its Big-8
program, a musical entitled "And
So It Goes." This presentation will
compete with the Sophomore Blg8 which will be presented later this
month. Seven rivalry points will be
the stake.
Experiences
HARRY MILLS
The freshman Big-8 centers
around the problem of Bill, a returning serviceman portrayed by
Joseph Zanchelli. Bill, trying to decide whether or not he should marry, asks his father'., advice. Jim,
the father, enacted by Jerry Willink looks back on his own experiences during the war of 1916-1918.
memories, including those of
Articles V I , V I I Slated These
a church box social and his experiFor Assembly Debate ences in a Paris Cafe made up the
major part of the program. Harold
Discussion of the revised consti- Mills, portrays the father as a young
tution of Student Association will boy and Rose Berg, Martha, the
be continued today in assembly. young girl he meets at the box soArticles I through V were passed cial.
two weeks ago without discussion.
Other members of the cast a t the
Article VI was started. Section 4 social include a male quintet—Fredof Article VI concerning Student- erick Baron, Donald Dickinson,
Faculty Relations was hotly disput- Frank Grinsey, Alexander Munro,
ed, and finally passed in the favor and Harold Story; and a girls' sexof Student Council. Today the rest tet, Susanne Anderson,
Eileen
of Article VI and the beginning of Hayes, Jean McCabe, Arline MoArticle VII will be under discus- shier, Mary Odak and Theresa Salsion.
amone. In the cafe scene Alexander
Points for Discussion
Munro plays the part of the head
The main topic of discussion for waiter, Ellen Sargent and Jean Inethis morning's assembly will prob- son, inging waitresses. Charles Milably be the method of selection of ler will play the quitar and Audrey
Myskania, due to the omission of Adolphson, Eleanor Ames, and Marthe clause providing for such selec- garet Heffner will provide accomtion. Other possible points of contro- paniment for the singing on the
versy are the appointment of an au- accordian. Saxophone and cello.
ditor, formerly a duty of the Stu- Henry O'Meara, and Milton Coutu
dent Board of Finance, and in the will take the parts of an Englishrevised constitution allotted to Stu- man and a Frenchman.
dent Council, and sections 4q and Baker, Mills Direct
4r providing for Impeachment of
Robertson Baker and Harold Mills
student Association and Class offic- are directing the presentation;
ers. Following arc all important Frances Flanagan and Rose Bergchanges made in Articles VI and are in charge of the musi:. Virginia
VII.
Anderson is chairman of the cosArticle VI
tume committee assisted by Dorothy
Section 41: to appoint Campus Sweger, Wilma Whitney, Marjorie J.
Commission, changed lo: To approve Munro, and Norma Swinyer. Sets
or veto nil regulations of Campus are under the direction of Beverlv
Sittig, Molly Mulligan. Elizabeth
Commission.
Section 4m—to appoint the follow- Gibson, Mary Marsher, Catherine
Donnelly, Jean Anderson, Coletta
ing officials:
1. A competent auditor who shall Fltzmorrls, Jean McCabe, and Dorcheck the books of each organization. ores Kloster.
(This was formerly the duty of StuThe Publicity Committee is headdent Board of Finance.)
ed by Catherine Grant, and includes
2. Pro-tempore officers to fill va- Dorothy Byrnes, Helen Cnltfano.
cancies occurring within two weeks Nancy Nowbray, Corlne Feigln, Gerof regular nominations. Tho first ald Willenk, Alexander Munro and
half of this statement has been at- Jean Pulver. The ticket committee
tributed to Student Council In Ar- includes Mary Lois O'Neil, C. Marticle 8, Section E4. The time limit eelln McNamara, Norma Swinyer,
Arlene Golden, Margaret Seaman,
is an addition.
3. An election commission of five and Marie Fernandes.
members, one of whom is to be desAdmission will be 25c per person.
ignated president. 'Formerly Article
8, Section C3, which gave tills power
to the President of S. A. with the Veterans' S, A . Tax Tickets
approval of Student Council.)
Sections 4o, 4p, 4q, and 4r have To Be Mailed Next W e e k
been added. Section 4o concerns
Student Board of Finance has anStudent Board of Finance; Section nounced that student tax tickets
4p provides for recounting of ballots will be mailed to tho veterans
by Student Council; Section 4q and studying hero under tho G. I, Bill
4r provide for Impeachment of Stu- of Rights next week. Now students
dent Association and Class officers. who registered in January may
Article VII—Judicial Department pay their ten dollar student tax fee
Present reading: "The Student As- anytime
this semester in Dr.
sociation recognizes Myskania, an Georgo York's office on the third
(Continued on page ,?, Column S) floor of Draper.
Myskania Issue
To Be Discussed
ALBANY. N. Y.
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