Hartwick Defeats State In Final Game, 54-41

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S T A t K C O L L E G E N E W S , FRIDAY. M A R C H 8 2 , 1 0 4 6
Hartwick Defeats State
In Final Game, 54-41
Evans Hi 3 h With 15;
Game Climaxes Season
Cott
By FRANK WOODWORTH
Before the war the men of State
had a very popular Institution
MuWin
Winner, known
as "Frosh Camp." It was a
large camp site on Lake Cossayuna
f
and it belonged to the,Y.M.O.A. It
was a good opportunity for upperclassmen and frosh to become ac.
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quainted.
Camp started on the
j n /-/pQf
M a / C n
Friday before registration week and
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ended on Sunday night and it
The MAA Ping-Pong Tournament has been sorely missed by the felwas completed last Tuesday as lows that remember all the fun.
Fran Mullin beat Paul Wagner. This Now there are no more restrictions
Basketball Season
Nearing Finish;
To End April 2
Stokes, Moreland, Sayles
Lose Week's Games
Bowing to
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-- tricky
- ' - * - "Hartvick
-tvick
cagers by a score of 54-41, the
On Tuesday night, four more
MARY LIZ SULLIVAN
Varsity wound up its season
games were played off in the basThree months late, nevertheless, Wednesday night before and enketball league. Gamma Kap defeated Stokes 25-10. Last year's
we have decided to make a resolu- thuslastlo crowd of fans. Although
victors played a sloppy first half,
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the score books proclaimed Hartbut Young and Quinn rolled up the
tlon! At this time feeling in a bene- w l c k t h e v l c t o r S | t h e s t a t e t e a m
score to lead their team to another
volent mood, we are resolved never p r 0 v e d to be a challenge to thf exvictory.
„,, ... Hartwick
.
,
„, 'J":., ,.,„„,to make a nasty remark about any- perienced
players
Beta Zeta trounced Moreland 27I
lie
first
quaitei
saw
uoui
roams
b r l n g g to a n e n d t h e s e c o n d M A A u p o n t r a v e l a n d i t w o u l d s e e m w e
one, say anything at all that would
6. Baker was high scorer for the
make anyone feel embarrassed or moving the ball up and dowr the gLrst
^
tourney
of
the
year,
"
i
n
the
may"be
able
to'
resume
This°pleasuring es
winners with 15 points, followed by
contest Wagner gained the able institution.
* n „„ . ™.i» t h . t ™ m i . ™ „ u v t court in rapid succession. The Hart- championship
Casey with 8.
by beating Herb Varsity Baseball?
tell any secrets that people wouldn t
£
fc m
In the third contest, Phi Delt
fl
unugual ^
Many students and faculty memNow
mayIsn't
read that
on without
fear, stole
the ball
from and
the State,
M
ullin
d
m t
fch
b e r s hftV0 a s k e d t h i s c l e p a r t m e n t if
beat Sayles to the tune of 27-13.
want you
told.
wonderful?
terception
as time
again playthey W ^ S
-47!
Michel had 13 points for the winners
The game last Wednesday night t S o u ? h ttlf kJst olarteJ as Hart- f i n a , s b y t o p p i n g b o t h L f l s h i n s k y ^ ' l e i s any possibility of re-estabbetween State and Hartwick saw w^ cf kf id aJt f teh teh eJn"d n d1 ^1 M 1 The H tw t l a n d 0 a m I n t h e Mullin-Lashinsky ishing varsity baseball at State, and Pulver made 7 for the losers.
Newman added another victim to
the end of the basketball season for
, ^
; t , t r
match, Mullin took every other We believe that it will be possible
J
Lashin- if there is enough male interest and their list in defeating the Rares in
m to
this year. A marked contrast was w i c k m v a d e r s opened their thrust g a m e > t h e l i r s t o n e
seen between the number of people in the second period as long and sky_ T n e f i l t h g a m e e n c i e c i 21-15 ability to put a team on the field, a hard fought contest. The final
shots alike made their way f o r Mull.n, bringing him up into It is true that we have little, or no score was 15-9. As usual, Maggio
attending the first game of the sea- short
lroug
J
k * n e h o °P- Not t° kc out- t n e fi n a i s , '
°
equipment and we lack a ball park lead her team, with eight points.
son and this game. What happen- d**
ed to"some" oT'th'ose"rooters^who °ne, the State five tightened their T n e f m a l s proved to be a tough but the enthusiasm of the students The Rares' star player Davidson was
usually come to all of State's games? defenses and tallied eight points to fight for both contestants as it took toward basketball leads us to be- high with seven.
This week of mid-sems must be the bring the score to 24-18 Hartwick, as a ll of seven games to decide the Ueve that they would be favorably Final Round
Most of the league teams will play
answer. It does seem however, that the half ended.
winner. Wagner had won the first inclined toward it. We could hold
for the final game of the season, Third Quarter Thrilling
j
game easily and it looked as if he practice on Beverwyck Park and their final games next week. The
more people could have come . . .
The third quarter held the thrills would take four straight. Mullin could play a few home games at Monday afternoon games will probwe even noticed some of the faculty of the game as Evans, spf.rkplug- seemed to lose the steadiness he Bleecker Stadium if our home ably not be too exciting as the conTuesday
here for the game—well you say, ging the State team, sent a long shot usually displays. Several times schedule coincided witli that of oth- clusions are foregone.
they only make up the mid-sems— from center through the basket to during the second game he missed e r teams using the field. It looks night, however, schedules what
we have to pass them!
start the scoring for State. Feeney shots and was slower than usual on Wke a big job for MAA to tackle but might prove to be a very interestfollowed through with two baskets the return. Wagner kept a steady basketball also looked pretty diffi- ing contest. The BZ-Phi Delt game
Apologies Department
bringing the score up to 26-25. As stream of shots going over the net c u l t ' n i s t h e opinion of this de- can hold surprises if the BZ squad
rallies from its last defeat and
First of all we want to apologize t h e q u a r t e l . erK jed the score stood and ended up by taking the game, partment that it can be clone,
challenges Phi Delt's league standto Tichy . . . we haven't been men- 3 7 _ 3 1 J n f a v o r o f Hartwick.
Mullin picked up on the third game More Expansion
tioning her feet lately and we P hear
In keeping with our aim to re ing. The Wednesday tilts are deP o r t h e r e m a i n c j e r 0 f the game, and both boys played a hard, steady
rom
that she feels deeply hurt,
Hartwick led although Muilin, Fee- match with Mullin ending up in the store MAA to its prewar status, it batable but results will probably
now on, in our effort to please
?e™e ney and Evans found the mark sev- lead. Wagner couldn't be downed Has been suggested that a tennis not seriously affect final league rewill
put
feet
at
the
sults except to determine the relaeveryone,
will put
at the
r ^ t i m e s to bri
t n e s f j 0 r e fco 4 1 that easily and retaliated in the tournament be sponsored this spring
end of thewecolumn
as feet
a token
of erjoints
for State
while Hartwick fourth. Once more it seemed as if with a possibility of matches with tive standings of Newman and Psi
friendship and to show our dear £ . „ u " « £ J m ' a f C ) , l l ) r t , n B f o i . 5 4 Wagner would come out on top.
nearby schools. This, and the pos- Gam. Barring possible upsets the
Tichy that we are thinking of her. „ ^ t s
accoumug 101
j ^ ^ k e p t u p h i s s t e a d y g a m e sibility of a golf tournament, will game of the season will be played
p
Next on the list of those we wish
^ " ^ a t p .pam _„„.
Phi
h n m „„„,H b v and even pace and got back into be discussed in the meeting of MAA Tuesday, April 2nd, between
to apologize to is Bolo M. whom
™ State tet!™ W " ™ » P £ ™ J * true Mullin style by the fifth match. Conned which will be held soon.
Delt an<\ Gamma Kap.
we mentioned last week. Friday ™e absence of Bob Combs who was wWagner really
n
h / t
d HM T h e C a U of t h c W J l d
The schedule for the final games
had to move and
did
was his birthday-and here we were g j ; out of action due to an tajury SQ •
^
Mullin held Have you got troubles? Are you is as follows:
making
all
those
nasty
cracks
about
P
f
pite
the
fact
tha
t
h
v
i
c
t
o
r
y
^
u p p e r h a n d aU the
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poring Monday, March 25
L11U U ,„ JC1 J i a i K l uu uio way through, getting sick and tired of
y
Phi Delt vs. Tommy More
4:15
him-wasn't that awful? We really was not ours, the players displayed ffls ^
r e m a i n e d s t e a d y a s ^ a g - over books under the pretense of
Moreland vs. Psi Gam
4:45
should have waited until this week, basketball technique, good team n e r ] o s t h i g p r o f i c l e n c y a n d r e t u r n . studying? If so, come out for our
Incidentally, while we are on the work, and that neded fighting ^ f e w e r a n d fewer B y winning hiking club which is being organ- Tuesday, March 26
J
Gamma Kap vs. Tommy More 7:00
topic, Bolo tells us he can't imagine spirit. And so, State College takes t n e flfth a n d s i x t h
(Bortnick wants to know if
es M u l l i n ized.
Whiz Kids vs, Rares
7:30
why everybody thinks he's cute. So off its hat to Coach Hathway and t i c d t h e s c o r e 3 _ 3 Mullin'remain- it will be co-educational.) MEN,
KD vs. Newman
8:00
if you know please drop him a note the fellows on the team who have e d i n t 0 p form using some shots this is your chance to get away from
lt
BZ vs. Phi Delt
8:30
via student mail and let him in on proven that State College has a firm w n i c n ^e i iao ; perfected since his
all. If a sufficient number are
the deep dark secret. We know it place in the athletic world,
last match. These seemed to stop interested we will be able to take Wednesday, March 27
wquld help him a lot and we're sure
Wagner and the game ended to the l l t t l e trips up to Indian Ladder and
Newman vs. Psi Gam
7:30
Summing
Up
he'd love to find out.
tune of 21-17 in Mullin's favor, other nearby places of interest. We Gamma Kap vs. Sayles
8:00
State
Opp. This finished up one of the tough- regret to say that it won't be coed,
Moreland vs. Rares
8:30
Tears and Sorrows
45 est matches in the whole tourna29
Siena
BZ vs. KD
9:00
With tears in our eyes we see the
ton,
'48,
who
rolled
173
and
158.
44
ABC
39 ment.
end of the basketball season. State
AEPhi
1
2 Tl. Av. Monday, April 1
42
Pharmacy
35
4:15
saw the beginning of the season
258 129 Moreland vs. Whiz Kids
Weiss
131
127
45
Siena
46
with the return of the vets and
4:45
Fisher, A
119 117 236 118 Phi Delt vs. Stokes
41
Albany Law
28
watched the team play long before
216 108 Tuesday, April 2
Fisher,
S
122
94
38
Siena
51
they thought they would. Many
Hoffman
120 92 212 106 Phi Delt vs. Gamma Kap
8:00
45
Hartwick
62
thought that there couldn't possibly
Bessel
80 105 185 93 This finishes up the league for
35
Pharmacy
29
be a basketball season for State
Chi Sigthis year. The basketball captains
41
Hartwick
54
this year.
Mather
119 127 246 123 have announced that anyone who
McDonald
119 107 226 113 is not on a regular team must have
Others were pessimistic about the
Nolan
152 107 259 130 come to ten practices and those who
record State would have if we atDolland
77 87 164 82 played on eliminated teams must
tempted to have a team this year
Liebl
138 107 245 123 have a total of ten times from
when there was so little time for
Louise Winters and Mary Van Pierce
games and practices for credit.
practice. Yet the fellows and Coach
115 108 223 112 Scorers and timers must have ten
Oelder, Juniors, captains of the Ardito
Hatheway went ahead and State
All aboard that's going aboard! W A A bowling league, have hopes Kopec
„
113 88 201 101 games credited to them ln order to
once again had a basketball team
ThankT-iV reallv waT'somethin'ir'Tor T h " s sixteen State College co-eds " l f l t the games will all be played Anderson, G
21 144 205 133 obtain WAA recognition, all of
XhaiiKs—it really was sometning 101
saratoea and to "V Easter vacation. As yet, Gamma Abrams
102 79 181 91 these do not necessarily have to Be
ae<i
those of us who like to see men's °°<\\
the ous to aaiatoga ami to *
undefeateda Wteam
Burns
119 110 235 118 recordings of their own team.
hfiskethnll it was a coorl season
Sklc more. It was basketball play- ™J J ."' V , o m y
„, , „ „ B , S, ,
basketball, it was a good season.
^ ^
g ^ i e f t l n t h o league. Phi Delt and Stokes
mdmQre
&M
72 129 65
Not More!
since Russell Sage was unable to f ayles are tied for second, each Engciahl
57 95 218 109
t e a m l0Sln
on
There are more additions to those attend. The official play-day openB e match.
pooler
ui
91 179 90
clubs we were telling you about last ed at 1:30 sharp. Each side had
For the first time this year, two ^apoiaic
UB 70 168 84
Iebb
J£
week. The new additions are the three teams which they alternated teams have tied one game, AEPhi £
110 221 111
K.P., B.C. and M.B. clubs. Ah— throughout six quarters. The score and Chi Sig performed this almost *hW 6 ru a m
they grow and grow—it must be the wii.s
was totaled
State
43-31. of
It won
impossible
set, game
and they
since will
Chi have
Sig Daly
' '
a good and
game,
andwon
evidences
the first
}j>* 115 249 125
spring sunshine."
was a good game, and evidences of won the first game they will have " i u y '••
228 114
.sportsmanship were very obvious on to take the next one to win the oweiney
130 131 207 134
Guess What
K
In a Friendly,
game. In the other game Thursday Kisiel
", \ ,
120 127 247 124
We received a letter from Camp both sides.
114
Alter
the
games,
Skldmore
gave
Pierce
defeated
Stokes
in
both
227
Yerdon
127
100
Johnson the other day telling us
games winning easily by one hun- Moreland
that she feels deeply hurt. Remem- a tea for the players at the Recrea- cu
Comfortable
' ocl points ln each match.
Boynlon
173 158 331 166
ber the "Back To Camp Johnson tion Hall.
Those who represented State in
j , , Tuesday's matches, BZ forfeit* Dlkemun
138 11G 254 127
Movement" that was started last
123 85 208 104
„ ... . , , , , .
,
,„, „ the contest were in order of classes: ,ici to Gamma Kap, and Psl Gam u'"m'
Atmosphere
118 107 225 113
semester/
Wei there is now a M a r y S e y r a . 0 U 1 . Georgette Dunn, t X ) p p c d Moreland by small margins. Li lie ni't> Id
114 110 224 112
"Climb The Indian Ladder Move- S e m o r S | M arjorie O'Grady, Gloria H igh scorer of the week was Boyn- Klnsella
ment" going on. We have a suspl- Baker, Martha Davidson, Betty Ann
'
clon that the expeditions going Margot, Edna Sweeney, Juniors;
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there are not going for the purpose M u r v Q U i u l l i W ilma Diohl, Florence
of looking for fossils. Oh well fresh W y U e M
Osborne, Claire SylvesMADISON SWEET SHOP
air is good for the lungs-it is good l r l j E l o i s e W o r U l i a n d M a r y cooper,
for the lungs isnt it/
Sophomores; Dorothy Midgley and
785 Madison Ave
Next week comes the surprise of Bevorly
Sittig freshmen,
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the semester. We are going to read
Vassar State met with Bar- 210 Central Avenue Albany, N, V.
fourth page without the slightest g g f t Smith, Russell Sage, and
Tasty and Delicious
idea of what is going to be on it. Skldmore
in a sw m meet. Considyou see next week the Sophomores f r l »8 tho amount of practice and
Sandwiches
are taking over the Issue. The only l»«tructicm available at State our
?hing w e L n say is, "Please Shapiro m m m t l Ives did very well Pat
and Lunches
-no matter how much Tichy pays Tilden, '48, starred for State by
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V O L . XXX NO. 2 1
Sophomore Big-8 "Lee-ve Her To Grant"
To Portray Old Southern Plantation Scene
Ski nner Returns Hillel Sponsors
To State April 3 Today's Speaker
Mr. Herbert L. Seamans, EducaFor Second Time tion
Director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, will
Skelton, Mullin
To Have Leads
In *48 Musical
Riber, DiGregorio
speak in Assembly today. He will
be sponsored by Hillel.
Will
Direct Production
A native of Kansas, Seamans is
a graduate of the University of
An
ild Southern
Plantation
Wichita and has done additional
shortly after the Civil War will be
work at Yale and Stanford Unithe setting for the Sophomore Big
versity. He has had 33 years experi8, tomorrow at 8:15 P. M. ln Page
ence as a local, state, and national
director of intercultural and reliHall. The musical comedy, written
gious activities.
by Arline Riber and Virginia Di
As a member of the American
Gregorio, tells the story of the
Seminar, Seamans visited Europe in
romance of a Southern Belle and
1922 to study social, political, and
a Yankee salesman.
religious movements in England.
Following this, he journeyed through
Miss Riber and Miss Di Gregorio
Belgium, Germany, Poland, Czechoare also the directors of the proslovakia, and France on a mission
of relief to university students and
ductions, which features Dorothy
ARLINE RIBER
VIRGINIA DIGREGORIO
faculty impoverished by World War
Skelton and Francis Mullin in the
I. Seamans is also the author of
leading roles. The musical score
articles and other publications in
was arranged by Donald White.
the field of intercultural education
Mtfikania Announced.:
and religion in higher education.
Committee chairmen and members
He is a member of several groups
represent a large section of the
WHEREAS a new plan for the election
interested in furthering interculclass.
of
Myskania
ha.s
been
passed
by
Student
tural relations in education.
Association,
and
Theme
Seamans will hold conferences in
WHEREAS this means the withdrawal
the office of Dr. Louis C. Jones,
The romance of Susan Lee and
Professor of English, from 10 to 11
Jim Grant begins when he comes
of recognition from this organization by
A. M. today according to Joseph
to Magnolia Manor to buy cotton
Student Association, Myskania announces
Palevsky, '46, President of Hillel. A
and sell textile goods. Susan's
the dissolution of Myskania as of this day
luncheon will also be held at Wager's
father, Colonel Lee, played by Curt
today in his honor. Besides Seaof March 25, 1946.
Pfaff, orders Jim off the premises
mans, those to be present include
because he is a Yankee. However,
(Note: This means that Myskania is no
the following: Palevsky, Shirley
he persuades Susan, who has taken
longer
an
organization
of
State
College
Taylor and Priscilla Weinstein, Juna liking to him, to allow him to atiors, Irma Rosen, '48, and Molly
and that, as of today, it will no longer
tend the masked ball that evening.
Kramer and Betty Diamond, Junexercise any of its duties and powers. Any
In the sub-plot, Colonel Lee is
iors, Hillel vice president, secretary,
organiation formed will be entirely apart
attempting to find a suitor for his
treasurer, and publicity directors,
other daughter, Moon Yean, portfrom and dissassociated with Myskania.
respectively; Joy Simon, '49, chairrayed by Edith Dell. She finds a
man of the reception committee;
However, inasmuch as we have judged the
suitor in Grover H. Wilkinson 'III,
Harriet Brinkman, '46, President of
Freshman Big 8, we are willing, if reas played by Dale Sullivan.
Student Christian Association; Eliquested by Student Association, to act as
zabeth Joan McGrath, President of
Comedy will be provided in the
Newman Club; Rabbi Solomon
a committee to judge the Sophomore
scenes between Muriel Griffin as a
Moseson, Director of Hillel; and Mr.
Negro Mammy and William Baldwin
Big 8.)
James Sullivan, Albany Director of
in the character of Melvin, the
CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER
the National Conference of ChrisNegro foreman.
tians
and
Jews.
After these finishing touches to
Present Newman, Hillel, SCA Susan and Jim will sing two
her education, she became a memAt the Student Council meeting Hopkins Will
groups of songs including All of My
ber of George Tyler's stock company last Wednesday night, Richard
"Where or When," "For the
in Washington, where she was asso- Smith, '47, was appointed to that OrientalMyth
inPage To Sponsor Joint Tea Life,
First Time," and "I'm in tho Mood
ciated with such stars as Emily organization as a representative of
SCA, Newman Club, and Hillel for Love." As background music,
Stevens, Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fon- the Junior Class. He is to replace A dramatization of a myth con- will unite in sponsoring a Joint tea
the chorus will sing "Swanee,"
taine, and Helen Hayes.
the vacancy from the Junior Class cerning China and Japan will be on Sunday, April 7, from 2 to 4:30 "Dark
Town
Strutters'
Ball,"
Thus she was prepared for her left by Ruth Bentley who automatiP. M. in the Ingle Room at Pierce
first
Important
appearance
in cally became a member of Student presented Tuesday, April 2, at 1 P. Hall. The religious clubs are also "Work, Work, Work," and "Ol' Man
"Blood and Sand" by Ibanez in Council as vice president, of Stu- M. at the Milne Seventh Grade As- sponsoring a show ln thc Commons River." A soft shoe dance by Sue
which her father .starred. Prom dent Association.
sembly ln the Page Hall Auditorium this noon for the benefit of the Hildreth, a solo by Mary Jane Giovannone, and a ballet number will
this beginning she graduated into
under the direction of Dr. Vivian French students in Montpellier, complete the program.
other stage roles and finally to perPrance.
forming her own original monolo- Debate Team To Meet Hopkins, Instructor in English. The Betty J. McGrath, '46, is general Committees
script, entitled "Meimel," was writgues and longer plays. These prechairman of the Religious Clubs
committee chairmen are: Sets,
sentations took her on transconten by Sally Smith, a summer Tea. Thc committee ln charge ol Dorothy Dilfin; Props, Paula Tichy;
tinental tours, and to Canada and Three College Rivals
school and extension student, and the event arc ^as follows ^Arrange- Lights, Barbara Jean Schoonmaker;
London, where she has been re'47,
Marianne Davis, '46, President of will be performed for the first time. incuts, Joan Alverson,
"'
'" 'Chair"
Publicity, Marion Kragh; Programs,
ceived with acclaim on tour differman. Rose Berg, '49, and Mary Ann P a u j Meadows^Usherettes,"Dolores
Debate Council, lias announced the
ent occasions.
Thc part of Chlng Mei-mci will be Cullinun,
'47;
Food,
Kalherlnc
shindlcmnn;
Prompters are Jano
plans for several intercollegiate deExamples of the longer scripts, bates to be held in the near future. portrayed by Jeanette Skavina, '49, Tronsor, '48, Chairman, Morion T o c l t a n d E dwlna Lucke and Myra
and
that
of
Chlng
Ling
by
Harold
which entitle Her to the name of Colgate University and the College
Mieras, '48, and Jean Hoffman, '49; R 0se nberg, Miss Shindleman and
playwright, arc the historical cos- ol New Rochelle will send teams Mills, '4!). Harold Gould, '47, will Publicity,
Helen
Tlschler,
'49; M u r i e l Gardiner are coaching the
tume dramas, "The Wives of Henry here on Friday, April 26, and Sat- take the part of the Emperor, Shlh- Clean-Up, Arlene Zeilengold, '49.
VIII,
rhe Empress Eugenie" and urday, May 4, respectively, and Huang-Ti, and Arthur Soderlind, Today at noon in the Commons, dances.
"The Loves ol Charles II." In the members ol the Slate varsity team '•17, that of a Taoist Priest and Religious Clubs will present Francis The chorus includes Frances
court physician. Other members of
"Mansion on the Hudson" and in
Mullin, '48, who will sing several Child, Cecelia Coleman, Rita Coleher adaptation of Margaret Ayer will meet Si. Rose there on Satur- the east are: Fuhg-TIng, Irene Pas- selections for the benefit of the man, Jean Connor, Wllma Diehl,
lore, '47, Yu-Lan, a young scholar,
Burnes' novel, "Edna His Wife" she day, April 11.
drive to obtain food for the French Barbara Dunker, Hilda Fiedler, VirHawk,
has developed to the fullest her The topic for the meeting with John Lawler, '48, and Attendant students. The admission to the en- ginia
...Qiminsky,
. , . Gladys
,
tl .
and
Property
Man,
Louis
Rablneau,
ability as a solo actor. In plays of Colgate is "Resolved: that fraterterlalnment is one can of any kind *&J™ •»^iel Arlune Lavendnr. Ma'47.
'
Mieras, Elizabeth Naylor, Alice
this type, she not only has the Job nities and sororities be abolished."
of food nor
per nerson
person
of
portraying several
different' The meeting with New Rochelle will Mei-mel Is the daughter of Chlng
Harriet Brinkman, '40, President Prlndle, Mary Quinn, Florence Sicharacters, but that of making real be the first time Stale has met this Ling, a Chinese laundry man in San of SCA, has announced that a state- mon, Frances Weiss.
to the audience those who do not college in a debate. Members of Francisco. When she tells her wide Student Christian Movement
appear.
their team will choose the topic and father of her hatred of the Japan- meeting will be held hero from April
The program which she has out- .sides at a later date. Sides for the ese ho relates a legend which forms 5 to 7. This will be a business Junior Guide Sign-Up Sheet
lined for presentation to the State debate with Colgate will bo an- the basis of tho rest of tho play. meeting to make arrangements for To Be Posted Next Week
College students will Include the nounced next week.
The committees on the production next year's program in the various
Ellen C. Stokes, Dean of Women,
following selections: "Eve of De- On Thursday, two tryouts for de- staff are: Stage Manager, Gloria colleges.
parture," "Times Square," "Monte bale Council will argue the affirma- Jailer, '48; Sets, B. J. Schoonmaker,
Miss Brinkman also wished to has announced that all Sophomores
Carlo," "Intermission," "The Pacts tive of "Resolved: that the project '48, and Beverly Sittig, '40; Lights, remind all SCA members that nom- who wish to serve as Junior Guides
of Life," "On a Beaoh at Barbado," for the St. Lawrence Waterway be Patricia Kearney and Dolores Law- Inatlons for officers for next year next fall must sign up next week
and "The Vanishing Red Man."
developed" against Pat Shoehan, '47, son, Juniors; Costumes, Georgia will be made next week, Anyone on a special sheet which will be
Admission for State students will and Miss Davis. This is the same Ruxton, '46, and Alice Knapp, '47; who has any suggestions should posted on the Dean's bulletin
be by student tax ticket, and for topic which was used In the meet- and Make-Up, Robert Louckd, grad- notify Miss Brinkman before 3:30 bourd. Interviews will be scheduled
uate student.
ing with Mlddlebury College
P, M. Monday.
at a later date.
others $1.80 tax included.
Cornelia Otis Skinner, the famous
monologuist, author, actress and
radio performer, will appear in the
Page Hall Auditorium, Wednesday,
April 3, at 8:00 P. M., under the
sponsorship of Dramatics and Arts
Council, Marie Liebl, '46, President,
has announced. Miss Skinner will
present character sketches from the
series of "Modem Monologues"
which she has written herself.
Born of theatrical parents, Miss
Skinner displayed her interest and
talent in dramatics while still a
young girl. Her outstanding performance of Lady Macbeth in high
school made her a leader there and
when she went on to Bryn Mawr,
she became active in writing and
acting in class plays and skits. However, since she insisted upon having
a stage career, she left Bryn Mawr
after two years and accompanied
her mother to Paris where she studied at the Sorbornne.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1046
PAGI 2
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY,
% Q*tip*, *lkat III . . . Co//ege Calendar
G r i p i n g , t o t h e A m e r i c a n , is a s common a p a s t i m e
a s smoking o p i u m is t o a d o p e fiend o r s t u d y i n g
t o a scholar. A n d
t h e y serve
likewise, c o n v e r t
No
gripes a r e
a s a ballast
t o be condoned for
t o t h e sinking ship
overconfidence
criticism,
however,
into
should
and
b e encouraged
t u t e d — c r i t i c i s m , a s such, with n o feasible solution
T h e r e is a deplorable
lack of this c o n s t r u c t i v e a t t i t u d e here a t S t a t e , especially a p p a r e n t in Assemblies,
Friday
and
seemed
interest
a n d easily confused
There
T h e debacle last
t o i n d i c a t e a lack of forethought
in S t u d e n t
Association
a b o u t a vital
issue.
a r e several
gripes
around
here
which
h a v e , a t various t i m e s , been a c c o r d e d some little
importance.
Feelings
for controversy
run
high
p r e s e n t s itself
until a new
issue
and t h e old one is
d r o p p e d in favor, p e r h a p s , of a fresher
T o u s , this is a v e r y significant
argument.
fact.
seats
for D r a m a t i c
and
Arts and
Music
•Council p r o d u c t i o n s . A t the beginning of this year,
the
policy of reserving
several
of t h e best
Incfrnrtnrc
of course,
exceedingly
incomplete
picture of
the superiority of the Class of '48, and t h a t is as far
as most people outside our class wish to go.
seats
fol e
' -
T h e reserve seats are
a n d finally d r o p p e d e n t i r e l y s o now a r a t n e r in- pretty crowded between classes and
d e t e r m i n a t e seating policy has developed.
lighted cigarettes are dangerous in a
a pushing crowd. Those of you who
Sororities also seem t o be a nice little subject for go to the maUboxes withi lighted
what
w e
s n a 1 1n o t t a l k
There-
about the Sophomores.
R
a l i ol
" ' " o o c ' intentions, we just have to
r e m a r k s about our issue. It was loads
of fun but being r a t h e r inexperienced we discovered
if. W B . H » t,„ 0 „H,.Pr,„.. .,„,„. „
it was a twenty-four hour a clay job. After one or
a d d
a
f c w
two sleepless nights, we recalled the good old days
of
orientation
and
decided
to a r r a n g e
a schedule.
Our Schedule:
9 Hours (8:30-5:30)- Attend classes and dash about
for NEWS stories while worrying about make-up.
to do? J u s t go downstairs 4 Hours (any ones will do) Study for those midsems our professes were cruel enough to give us
the songs you want!
t o p]easei
in the midst of the Sophomore issue. (Circulation
D e p t : Kindly see that Dr. Lanford doesn't receive
his issue of the NEWS this week. I haven't got my
C h a i r m a n of "Vic
paper back yet.)
Committee
n d reqUest
W e
a i m
'
controversy w h e n n o t h i n g else is h a n d y . T h e main X i ^ i ^ b S f h o J ^ a b o S
giving
point here seems t o b e t h a t bids are given early in o t h e r people a chance, they have
the freshman y e a r i n s t e a d of a t t h e beginning of classes, too!
P.S. Please notice t h a t the pingYou know, those
the sophomore y e a r w h e n a more a c c u r a t e j u d g , N ™ Campus Commission can be- pong table h a s been moved up to the 3 Hours—Regular assignments.
m e aupuujuuic .ycm
.
.
.
. .-r gin giving warnings for violation of balcony—more dancing space.
things you write down so religiously in every
m e n t of c h a r a c t e r could b e m a d e . At a n y r a t e the
class and then forget w h a t you did
with tile
a r g u m e n t goes on a n d on . . . ,
.
—
—
paper you wrote them o n ?
Attendance
a t social
functions
and
interest in
rivalry has often been deplored as lacking a t S t a t e .
There
was
a notable
decrease
in a t t e n d a n c e a t
basketball games as soon a s their novelty wore off
a n d rivalry spirit h a s been missing this y e a r .
But
here a g a i n — t h e
but
solution
GoUetje, Qltee-ufU
lies, not in griping,
Written by Two Sophomore Desk
It has come to our attention (via
one who shall be nameless since h e
may have a friend or so left in State
W e ' v e mentioned a few controversies which have
College— t h a t our paper h a s been
raged a t one time o r a n o t h e r . Before a change is referred to as t h e State College
initiated,
a method
fairer,
more
a d e q u a t e , Bugle—because it is always blowing
doing.
or otherwise better suited to a t t a i n t h e end strived
,
. ,
. . . .
. .,
.
about .something. Although we boone to the fighting Irish and firmly
for must b e d e t e r m i n e d . Yours is t h e power t o believe in the old maxim, "it's an ill
wind . . . . " we will pass over this
destroy.—yours, the power t o create . . . Use it
remark and proceed to pass on the
wisely.
results of our delving into NEWS
issues of former years.
Some of the items we found made
us feel quite a t home while others
were in sharp contrast to present
conditions. We leave to our readers
to decide in which category this bil
culled from the April 8, 1938 soph
Issue, falls: "Our regular dcspoiler
No. 21 of Stale's social euphoria Is now on
vacation and we take over with
omophagic appetency."
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
Established May 1 9 ) 6
By the Class o M 9 1 8
March 29, 1040
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ELIZABETH S. O'NEIL
ISABEL FEAR
JOSEPHINE MAGGIO
MARGERY CRAMER
MARY SULLIVAN
KATHRYN HAGERTY
BERNARD M. SKOLSKY
MARY TESSIEn
Sophomore
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ISSUE EDITORS
Desk Editors:- Clark, Elmore,
May, Rochford
Hiirland,
All cetmnuulcutlou* HIIOUUI lie udilrttuHuil to llm villi or nuil
mum be eignuil, Sit mm will he withheld upon ruiitiuM.
Tfa* STATIC COLCBOM NfflYVB usniiini!s no remioiiNlbllll.T
ftr aplulon* •xuremiiiil In It* culumiu er nonimuaU'iiilQat
• • BHi'h expression* do not necuamirily reflect lie view.
Editors
in 'bike rides' through Washington
Park. Of especial interest t o those
fellows whose fancy a t this time
lightly turns—bicycles built for two
are also available."
The following quotation was written i n April, 1941—any similarity
to the standards of the Dark Ages is
purely coincidental: "The place for
women? Why in the home, of course
If home Is out of the question, make
It 221 Ontario St. but keep these
supposedly sweet-hearted creatures
out of S t u d e n t Association offices
. . . Women are apparently Incapable of organizing and working togather. Jealous, .suspicious, catty
creatures.
centering
I heir
lives
around men, they view each other
as potential rival:;. A.s lenders they
are tyrannical, antagonistic, and obnoxious."
I J n « n
V ^ p e n
J|i|\#
J U i y
T o CMmr
1 Should you ask us whence this leg- To outwit their crimson foe.
I
end
T h e i a U g h i n g princess Dell
Whence this tale of struggle furious W o , „ „ m o r f „ „ 0 , „ , „ M t i » „ TV>,H«.
A stor
le
V
« unfinished
Welcomed unsuspecting Devils
instructors i o wrrer
and,
To Student Association:
this rule again but it seems t o me
The privilege of smoking i n the t h a t it should n o t be necessary.
in the center aisle a n d because we p a y y e a r l y stu- Commons, the Annex area, the P.O. Just a little consideration of others,
d e n t tax which help finance these v e n t u r e s into and the peristyle was granted us by should be enough to make you wait
music a n d d r a m a , it was felt we also deserved a the Administration a few years ago. until you get to t h e Commons, P.O.
va
muML aiiu u i m u a ,
i
,
. n „ a „ a H r e a n H At the time, I understand i t was a or Annex. How about it?
s t a b a t t h e best s e a t s . M e m b e r s of D r a m a t i c s a n d b i g o o n o e s s i 0 n , however, now, we
Betty Hamilton, '46,
A r t s Association and M u s i c Council, on the other are smoking also in the lower hall
G r a n d M a r s h a l of S. A.
h a n d , feel the necessity of reserving seats in the of Draper.
There is a rule t h a t
' >
, ,i
vi.
l
•. .•„ „i„„ says no smoking in t h e lower hall To "Those Backward Balcony Boys"
best interests of the public whose s u p p o r t is also o f D m p e r
espeoially.
T h e r e
a r e N o > w e don>t e x p e c t
y o u t o risk
vital in meeting t h e b u d g e t s of these organizations, also signs — but they have lately life a n d limb dancing in the ComB u t what h a s h a p p e n e d ? Precisely t h a t — t h e issue been ignored. The reason why they mons a t n o o n !
s h o u l d b e o b s e r v e t l l sfalrl
jdiscussed
Yes,s p ewe
do have records "more
M e
icrlI0(!0H n
was
atf ChiHpn,
S t u d e n t Pnniiril
Council M
Meepettiinnegss , let
let ride
ricie, J n t h ( j flrat p ] a c e i t h e , o wye r obvious.
h a U l s ^
ed„__several o f t h e m ,
w a r r a n t e d m u c h opposition.
W
and
Sophomores in general, you have considered a brief
Gammujucati&aA. .
m
,
SATURDAY, MARCH 30—
All Day
—Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship hike a n d social. Group
to meet at t h e home of Sally Holmes, '47, on Shaker Road,
Watervliet.
8:15 P. M.—Sophomore Big 8, "Lee-ve Her t o G r a n t " , in Page Hall.
Written
by a Sophomore
Desk
Editor:
SUNDAY, MARCH 315:00 P.M.—Newman Holy Hour, small grotto.
6:00 P.M.—Miss Hopkins will entertain students who signed up on
Surprise! S u r p r i s e ! This is not going to be about
SCA bulletin board a t her home a t 824 2nd Avenue, Troy.
Sophomores, After long contemplation a n d due conMONDAY, APRIL 1—
sideration, i t was finally decided t h a t too much
12:00 Noon—Inter varsity Christian Fellowship Bible Class.
of anything—no m a t t e r how p r a i s e w o r t h y - m i g h t
TUESDAY, APRIL 2—
prove monotonous, so the Sophomores' praises will
12:00 Noon—Record Hour Room 28, Richardson.
not be expounded in this column.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3—
3:30 P.M.—Meeting of Commerce Club in Room 304, Draper.
When you stop t o think about it, what is there to
DAILY—
s a y ? After you have exclaimed over the unusual abil12:00 N o o n - M e e t i n g s of Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship under the
ities of the Class of '48, r e m a r k e d about the unleadership of W a n d a Baker, '46, a n d J e a n Connor, '48. The
limited
supply of extraordinary talents, raved about
subject will be "Personality Plus."
the super personalities and distinctive t r a i t s of the
T o illustrate our point, t h e r e is t h e question of
reserve
T
2>cUa
strength.
unless there is some concrete remedy t o be substit o the problem, is worthless.
Summer Session Sotif 0 / *1U* cMkuuatltoma^u
Zbtia
FRIDAY, MARCH 29—
11:00 A.M.—Hillel will sponsor assembly speaker Herbert L. Seamans,
Education Director of the National Conference of Christians a n d Jews.
12:00 Noon—Show in Commons in order t o collect food for Prance, Admission: any amount of any kind of c a n n e d goods.
3 More H o u r s - Working on NEWS. This does not include Tuesday or Wednesday. On these days we
had to dig up a couple extra hours.
1 Hour—Eat. 'Nuff said.
1 Happy Hour—Leisure time. Here we worry
what we should be doing when we're not
a n y t h i n g and wonder which teacher will bo
dest If we don't do what we were supposed
Relaxation is a wonderful thing!
8 Hours (this may overlap on class
T h a t ' s a joke, son a jokt
Who said
the clay?
there w
(inlv
about
doing
madto do.
time)—Sleep.
twenty-four
hours
Strangely enough, for sonit unknown reason the
schedule didn't work out so well, so we bad to devise another scheme. For just this one v
we r i g tired we could skim through our assignments r a t h e r
hurriedly a n d concentrate on News. We d i d n ' t
exactly skip our homework. I,el is say the • could
have been done a little more thoroughly. I ait the
best of intentions often no a i t r n v and our
sors certainly strayed ours.
There was a shor I math test Monday but
\oii can
always
rationalize four.,elf into Ibinking y
HI can't
Hin!
study for math the way you c in other subje
One opinion
expressed
in theway. Tuesday w i s taken cure „r with tin t ; anyMarch meant interviews in :il as
Sophi)March '42 issue is, of course, still more tests. Not bine, like it good stiff test lo
ii dues in 'ill. Advice to the joblorn
n i '.litiii
applicable: "A.s far a.s the soph- up a gloomy dav
Wednesday umingnicn Is were
by Ray Collins: "A cloud of powder,
omore girls a r e concerned, their made for a chemis i.v " q u i / " nliin't lei his
a curl ol smoke, a scramble and
tin iiliupulchritude is only excelled by their lary Cool you, [t'.s i
'.unit, haul full period
finally n dash are ol few charac- keen intellect, wit, and charm of
teristics of the co-ed when she bus personality I"
On Thursday we had lo ,11 in Hudson
llish
been Informed thai she Is wanted In
Myskania, .Stale's judicial body up the paper, and o f COIII'.1 e, as long ahad
the office ol Dr. Knylos. As you
and one of her traditions which sel gone this far then • was no sense hi pas 1
probably know, all superintendents
her a p a r t from other colleges, was Friday. We have a lesl hi i<
I: H) lodav.
and principals have their weak- founded in 1917, and in April, 1937,
nesses and they are frequently i n - this
comment
appeared
in the
fluenced on the impulse of the mo- Nuws: "In 1929 t h e NMWH com- In Conclusion
ment by Ihe external appearances mended Myskania upon the admirNever let it lie'
tid thai I here be u u y t h i i
and the Inspiring appeal of the ap- able way if had carried out the ideas Sophomore can't d
Middy w r i t e s p o e t r y i n her
plicants rather than by those morn that h a d been t h e basis for itscolumn and if a (I
• 1111 i a
do it il D a f f \ ccan
sound qualities which are hidden be- founding, a n d t h e imparl lal way a t least a t t e m p t to anyway
neath the pale profile. Nevertheless, that elections and appointments had more issue go by without We eitn't let the ! Opllllinying something u h o t i l
the co-eds should exercise discre- been decided. Eight years Inter, the waning rivalry spirit. Our
tion In applying the cosmetics, be- we can add our congratulations to ject have been reduced lo il feelings on lb, M i l l i' obscurity nf eight
cause often in their wild enthusiasm the twenty-first Myskania upon the lines,
to retain that school-girl complex- completion of a score of years' work
ion there ls a tendency to use the of consistently high calibre in upMe niel each class that caiiie lo Stale
brush too freely."
holding S t a t e traditions, and guidAnd gave them fighting spirit,
N.H, the workings of the male mind. ing student opinion."
And nil he over asked for pay
Of all the various Indications of
Still a n o t h e r decade has passed,
Was tho will to fight, not tear It,
winter's end, one a t least appears and now we would like to add our
His music was the sound of cheers,
to bo quite universal, as we discov- commendation to the Myskanias we
Ills pleasure u hard fought g a m e ;
ered in the '30 Soph issuo: "Speak- have known, and express our regret
His n a m e ? - class rivalry,
lug of spring, wo find t h a t spring a t t h o discontinuance of one of
fever this year ls expressing Itself s t a t e ' s distinguishing traditions.
Now burled with his fame,
New* Advance Courses
s l n c e the e n d h a s not been acted>
W e
m h er wigwam. Eloise
should answer, we should tell T h e Worthy invoked h e r father's
y° u *
spirit.
Dr. Milton G. Nelson, Dean of the Prom the lofty towering battlements
College, h a s announced t h a t the Of t h e Indians' palefacei
toother
^
^
taW
w e r e t u r n e d
o y e r
summer session for both accelerated I n a c o l d a n d d a m p September.
A s t h e Devlls
v a i n l y
h o p l n g
a n d regular students will begin July
'
'
1st and close August 24 and August T l i e n the new and untried warriors, Signed for non-existent dates
14, respectively. Several faculty a n d ^ h e eager Ravage Daffies,
At the Daffies' super bureau;
me
curriculum changes have also been ^
% * « £ bitter foe
Eagerly fought for Ubrary seats
ati ere d
made and will go into effect this ® } ,
"? the Ingle Room,
While designing Daffies urged them
summer
Myskania there the mighty
on,
"
And war chiefs battle weary
Then, with inward quaking, waited
Registration will begin after April W h o now gave counsel to the young For t h e banner h u n t on Campus
1st, Class and enrollment cards may Around Pukwana of the Peace-Plpe.
Day.
be obtained in the Registrar's office
j n the Campus Day encounter
after this date. The fee for regular The embers in the Peace-Pipe faded The foolhardy freshmen fighters
students taking four or more hours As the flames burst out intensely
Having won the Campus Cup
is 30 dollars, for those taking less I n the vicious Gremlins' eyes.
Displayed their b a n n e r in the breeze,
t h a n four hours, 20 dollars, and 15 The Daffy
braves received their The Daffies tricked t h e Devils
dollars extra, in either case, for s t u banner
Who ran in hot pursuit
dents not residents in New York On t h a t first Activities Day;
Of an empty-handed warrior
State.
Swore to guard Minerva bravely
While their banner disappeared.
Courses in Commerce guidance
service, school administration, E n g lish, and social studies will be taught
during the summer session. I n addition, science courses have been
added to the curriculum for the first
time. Refresher courses will be offered in biology, chemistry, and physics to returning veterans besides
several graduate courses in science.
The latter will also be open to any
seniors interested.
Dr. Harvey L, Rice will head the
social studies department this summer replacing Dr. Watt Stewart
who will be absent during the entire
session. Dr. Basil W. Conrad, a. n a tive of this section, will fill the position of visiting professor of school
administration. Dr. Roland C. Burton will continue in his capacity a s
professor
of English.
A special
course in public library administration will be taught by Mrs. Sonya
Krutchkol'f Essin, the librarian for
the girls' municipal research in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Profeseditors arc the Sophomore Desk Editors. Left to
T h i s
wcek-s
issuc
sor of American Diplomatic History
right they a r c : Carol Clark, Ann May, Marjoric Harland, Marjory Elmore,
at the University of Viriginla will
teach in the social studies d e p a r t - 1 U M l E 1 , e n Rochford.
ment offering work in his special - — —
, ,
—
•
•
field Distributive education (sales- A » c l T m , Patriotic m a n n e r
When the rainy moons came, a warl o
manship) will be taught by Mr. P a u l
Lashlnsky gave their nickels.
f e a s t
w n s h e l d
Richardson, Supervisor of Business ^
^ ^
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^
y e l l o w
w a r
Education of the New York State
paint
Education Department. Dr. Varley A n d * ' ^ y " . . a e r o n t a l o . . w e r e
H. Lang, former instructor in the L e d i n h e a f c e ( J c o u n c U m e e t i n g s
English department will also r e t u r n B y l h e i l . g n m t W £ U . e a g l e B r o p h V |
this summer after serving in the u , c , Qn m u d d y b n t t l e f l e l d s
armed forces. Dr. Harry W. H a s t - T [ ) y l e w U h g r a s p l n g Gremlins,
ings is also returning as Professor ol T o f l g n t thQm to a s t a n d s t i l l
English. Dr. Neil McNall, Instructor I n a s e n r c h l 0 1 . blazing emblems.
in the social studies department will
introduce a new course In the his- T h e Daffies eager for the fray
tory of New York State this sum- Gathered greater stronger forces
mer.
Led a new and bold offensive
Also being taught for t h e first And stripped the Gremlins of their
time at Slate is a course in t h e
standard.
History of World War IT, by Dr. From the happy hunting grounds
Wallace Taylor. Assistant Professor The Great While Spirit counseled
and Supervisor In Social Studies.
them
And the Dallies' Prosh Big 11
Took the prize b; Plying High.
B
xAr.rjr
A n n n u n r c s
uiger n n n o u m . « j
H
<JI-V T h e n | h a l
,,,|iy
An exhibit of trophies from
t h e Phtlllplnes ls on display In
t h e library this week.
These
trophies were contributed by
Lieutenant Anthony Sroka who
graduated from State i n 1932.
One of the most outstanding
articles in the exhibit is a J a p anese sword which was presented t o Lt. Sroka by h i s men
overseas. There are also some
silver coins which a r e r a t h e r
blackened from being hidden in
t h e sea. When the Japanese a r rived, large amounts of this
money were dumped into t h e
ocean to keep It from the enemy
and were later retrieved by the
Americans. Several specimens
of Japanese currency are also
included in the exhibit.
In addition t o these trophies
there Is a pair of painted wooden shoes such as the Philippine
women wear a t festivals and
other special occasions.
Near
these are several silver trinkets
and bits of coral and a small,
hand-carved model of a fishing
boat similar to those used on the
islands by the native fishermen.
PACE S
Playhouse Stage
One-Act Plays
April 10, Page
Mary Harvey, '47, President of College Playhouse, has announced that
the two one-act plays, directed by
Marjorie
Dell,
Cronin,
'48,
formerly
'46, and
Etttth
scheduled for
Tuesday, April 9, will be presented
Wednesday, April 10, a t 8:30 P . M .
in the Page Hall Auditorium.
duction
classes
for College
ProPlay-
house are being resumed this semester, and Miss Harvey will conduct
the first one Tuesday a t 3:30 P.M.
in the
auditorium.
Miss Cronin's play will be a comedy dramatizing the attempts of a
young farmer, Harold Gould, '47, t o
propose t o his neighbor's daughter,
whose part is taken by Gloria Jaffer,
'48. Joseph Palevsky, '46, will
portray her
father.
Cast for Tragedy
Barbara Dunker, '48, and Arthur
Soderlind, '47, will act the parts of
the mother and father in Miss Dell's
tragedy. Robert Lynch, '48, will be
the son a n d Frederick Baron, '49,
an old soldier. The clerk who repreCharles E. Zoubek, State Certi- sents t h e firm to which the son befied Shorthand Reporter, now em- longs will be played by Joseph Roulployed by t h e Gregg Publishing ier, '48.
Company, will present a demonstraCommittees for both plays a r e :
tion in Room 206, Draper, Friday
April 5 a t 3:30 P . M . He is appear- Sets, Dorothy Diffin, '48; Lights,
ing under t h e sponsorship of P iFrances Child, '48; Props, Rosemary
Omega Pi, honorary commerce so- R y a n ; Costumes, Alice Knapp, '47;
ciety.
a n d Make-Up, Muriel Gardiner, '48;
Mr. Zoubek is a nationally known for Miss Dell's play and Miss Jaffer
shorthand expert who has totaled for Miss Cronin's.
Zoubek W i l l Lecture
At Commerce Meeting
Admission t o these plays will be
by student tax ticket.
Production Classes
The topics to be covered by the
production class Tuesday are sets
and lighting. Scheduled classes Include those dealing with make-up,
led by Miss Jaffer a n d Robert
Loucks, graduate student, and costuming, led by Alice Knapp, '47. Miss
Agnes Futterer, Assistant Professor
of English, to lecture on play production.
ing dish.
Then armed with hockey sticks and
pucks,
,
The daring Daffies drove down the
field,
Drove the weak and helplc s Devils
And
stuck t h a t
headdress.
feather
in their
At a meeting of the gathered tribes
The rivals vied in battle chants,
In songs ol loyalty, to see
Who best could praise their native
tribe.
w e
a r o
o|u> m e | m councl] T h € c l a s s 0l
*. O f ^ f n r l « » n f < ; M a i l e d out plans to gather funds
a c e i T i e r U U f J i u a e i l l b K u l . u , , , , , u l c r w t u , , s COi1L.luslon,
Mr Paul Bulger, Director of S t u - Set Hie stage for "Angel Street"
tit lit 'Employment Bureau, has tin- A
1111 won
more
point..,
in rivalry.
t'hey
called
their
braves
and fair
hiiuiice'tl Ihe ulaceinent of ten Sen- 'I'henyoung
to further
common freedom
maidens
iors and lour graduate students in \iul stamped them for their Comhigh school p isitlons.
m n-.' show..
cured
jobs:
Mildred
Ihe lolloViing
Seniors Anselinont,
have seciiiiuuerec
Sharon
Springs; Ruon great
uauncoii while ha
iiialheniatlc; '1
dolph
Ki'.iuH'/yk
green lubles
Kngllsh in
ned one
\ i dark
Horcsmaii sli
hlii.il>. Malkrlville: Patricia Buci
,.
more point.
i U \ . i n i l . m i I'd-. Mei i
1
'""l'' .
<);, diamonds Dallies showed their
hnglil, I nfluh, Hill dale: Virginia
i rcugth
( . n e n i n u u Latin and Kngllsh. T r u - A l h | 1 ) a U , , | l l U . l u , ( | l i u , s c o r e still
in.m.'hair: Kh/.abolh Hamilton, sohmher.
rial studies. Mal'lUircl \ llle; Natalie T h |
i );ll ;,,,., whooped their battle
Bull.ick, commerce. Ovid: Norma
,.| , r s
Werner, social studies, Elba; a n d .\,,,i ..t-nI;;-. of green adorned their
Alice
MeOowan,
social
studies,
belts
Cornwall
As the victories piled up,
The m a d u a l e students who have And their ever-warlike spirit won
been employed are: l,yle l.awton,
the chei ng\
science,
Chesferlown,
.1 Maxson
Heeves, science. Hoosiek Kails; Al- ( ) ; | . M<n'ing-Up Daj the singing
braves
(red llecrmniiN, science, Rn.scoo: and
lo ekoncd the stun ol Iheir spoils.
Mary Kgi'i'lon, Kngllsh and library, At lust tlie\ trailed by eighteen
East Nassau
pninfs
Libmy Display To Include
Trophies From Philippines
260 words per minute hi shorthand.
On the blackboard his record drops
to 200 words per minute. I n addition
to the demonstration, Mr. Zoubek
may also observe some of the shorthand classes Friday.
The shorthand expert is the a u thor a n d co-author of many shorthand, speed text books.
Eileen Moody, President of Pi
Led by the Princesses Gilbert and Omega Pi, has invited all State students, including those outside t h e
Hildreth
commerce department, to attend his
Around the ceremonial fire,
demonstration.
And Rice was served a s the crown-
"^or
S F B
MARCH 29, 1S46
llu
' Immortals
Por ty-Eigi.t!"
Was the tribute gently wafted
Tluotigli tlu> honored halls of State,
Led by
Quinn-Who-Ncver-Palters
The
bloodthirsty
battling warriors
And Dead-Eye-Tilden
basketball
Ambushed
the skulking' In
PorlyNiners
In two consecutive
adventurous
By
fr "h deleal on the basketball
courl
The slcilllul energetic Dallies
Chalked up Unco more points.
Gay Costumes, Customs Dominate
Picturesque I G C Folk Festival
"United Notions on t h e march show, activities will move to the
with flags unfurled . . ." quoth IGC gym.
Here, booths, decorated t o
as plans swing into action in t h e
represent nine different
countries
fifth Big 8. Dancing and singing
Iheir way through a colorful Folk will be arranged along the walls.
Food, concessions, and other fair
Festival, Inter-Group upholds the
principles of their organization.
activities will prevail on the gym
Ruth Seelbach heads
With Chuck Axelrod a t the helm, fairground.
the Folk Festival steers its way the booth committee with a separate
through a stage show a t eight chairman for eacli booth.
o'clock in Page, followed by exhibiLeslie
Hervey,
'49, dominates
tions in gaily decorated booths in
North America, chiefly the United
the gym.
Slates, whose booth will be decoThis first big social project of
rated in the traditional red, white
Inter-Group
Council
takes' place
ami blue. Canada and Mexico each
April (! Great tilings are in t h e
will be honored, with their chairinakin' in the .static show as Lois
men garbed in representative cosHutchinson, next year's newly electtumes. China will show her delled chairman directs the cast in a
cate mannerisms under the leadermusical production. Marianne Davship of Doris Haithwalte, '48, while
is, '40, will represent Hungary with
Russia
blossoms
out under
a dance, while Poland takes a bow
Rose Berg, '49. South America will
• n the form of a professional dancer,
I.nplnski. America will characterize IOW into the picture, led by Mary
herself by harmonious folk songs to Bess Vernoy, '48, and Helen Kislel,
Ihe tune of a trio Miller, Weber and III, will manage the affairs of CenMills.
Muriel Rubin steps up fortral Kurope. Lornu Kunz, '47, h a n the Jewish love song, "How Lovely dle Northern Europe while BarIs the Moon." The swaggering, ro- bara Reiff, '46, and Betty Brebeck,
bust
Russian
folk
dances, t h e '48, go to bat for Southern Europe.
"Troiku," will be portrayed by a The usual Big Ii price, $.35, will
dozen Sayles Hall damsels. An- prevail.
pint ol tho daring
Tin
Dail'l
Now v\helled b.\ victory
Burn.'. Mill with grow intensity
To flare yel once again
[ n p,,,,,, |„ n i ,) J T 1 ) W night,
In "heave Her To CiruiU," the Soph
Big II
other Sayles Hall group will give
Where "we'll -.1:11 be Ihe Immortals
out with a Highland Fling, Russia
The Class of Korly-Eightl"
will again take tho stage with a
Russian ballet performed by Serge
Siniapkin, a Milne High School puHillel will handle the Palestine
Two Student Offices Raised pil.
question, and Fran Mullln will wind
up t h e program by singing, "The
During assembly lust Friday, StuHouse 1 Live In."
dent Association voted to raise the
\(-*C T in
pi ,•
r>
i i . Hul finally lost by two.
Presidency of Hillel to a major ofAt the conclusion of tho stage
I U L I a Hies e l e c t i o n i \ e s u n s
Director of
A , | a u l l | . i ( , ; ; s sp h..o U ) . a w l l n c n i o a
l l n , illul
t l u , Assistant
r i
tTiiif.nini.nn
'17 lins been Though victory was lost,
Press Bureau to a minor office. Tho
L.01S mill unison,
i l , una uoow A l u l l ) l l l v w i n i u , , . s l n t h o | r 1 ) e a r , S i
to tt
volu
w u s t a k e n
l u rLvslKmSe
elected chairman ol I n t e r - G r o u p Tlioy bided their time 'til tho next motion made by Joseph Palevsky,
Council for the school year UM(i-47.
moon,
President of Hillel.
T H E COLLEGE JEWELER
She will succeed Shirley S. Passow, _ ,
,,
„ , . „ With t h e advancomont of t h e
,
,
T h e n the warriors vengeance-tliirsty Presidency of Hillel into a major
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MARCH 2 0 , 1046
ۥ
Phi Delta Leads
Basket Tourney,
Takes Beta Zeta
Daffies Possess Spirit,
Plus Athletic Prowess
Bowling And Swimming
Next Rivalry Games
The sports snoop h a s taken t o
F/nf Camp Johnston Visit roving the halls again, snapping
Tournament Nears End;
questions a t t h e vets and catching
TICHY and SHAPIRO
Or,
Mo
The
Wild
World
Final
Game April 2nd
Even in their freshman year, State
them unawares. We went through
Now that we have recovered from College was amazed a t the potential
the
usual
questions,
name,
class,
The Back to Camp Johnson
As the WAA Basketball league
those "Quiz Kid" exams(?), we've athletic abilities of the Class of '48. Movement has brought several
age, height, weight, and telephone neared completion this week, the
xnose <«uui « Working together with skill and en- stiffs back to State on recent
number (strictly for Sullivan's files). Phi Delt team still maintained Its
decided ko take over Mary Llzs t h U f ) l a a m j t h e S o p h s w w e m m
After we h a d collected the neces- one game lead while BZ dropped
Mondays. ("Stiffs" being used
column. But before we start, lets c r o W ded out of the rivalry sportin connection with those who sary info we popped the question. into third place. The Gamma Kap
have a cheer lor the Sophs.
light.
Our problem was, Mr. Agony, "what and Psi Gamma teams remained
carried the pails up the grade
RAH' RAHI RAH! RAH! RAH! Ping-pong, bowling and softball
from the creek.) Up until last Spring Sports will you participate tied for second place honors with
Now to the business at hand, or vwere
crowning achievements for the
weekend we brave souls thought in and/or support by your attend- two losses apiece.
NOW to wie » " » " « »
/itt*n««n e l l o w d a f f i e s T h e r e s u l t s o f t n e
ance, and why?"
that Albany had more than its
In Monday's contests, Psi Gamma
should we say feet. (Attention p i n g . p o n g t o u r n a m e n t w a s a s m a s h .
share of hills; however the
Rolf Toepfer, '46, stated that "the defeated Moreland 24-11 in a fast
Sullivan!)
Chatam roads were built with
m g v i c tory for '48 through the outschool itself has room only for moving game. Lengyel starred for
the idea in mind that we all baseball on the school grounds. the winners with 14 points while
Have
you passed the WAA bulle- s t a n < " n S skill ^of Bob Horseman
a , v
would be better off with a bet- Washington Park can be well utiliz- Evans accounted for five of the
Not
f_
pint to
i n be
ho outdone
m i t r l n n o by
Htr the
f h o stronger
of*f\nnr%*
tin" boardj-**v»
lately?
Well-m
ter view of heaven.
sex—'48's women took over softball
ed for track and field. Arrange- Moreland tallies. Tommy Moore
"Spring is sprung,
with a bang. With Peg Daly as
ments could also be made for use forfeited its game to Phi Delt.
We trekked up and down the of the tennis courts. However, I
The grass is riz,
"queen of the mound" and Lydia
The Phi Delt-BZ game highlightnearby hills with the thought
Boynton hitting the top with her
I wonder Where
believe that general interest will be ed Tuesday's contests as the top
in
mind
that
we
could
always
batting average, the Sophomores
low because of outside activities of place Phi Delts nosed out the hard
The treeses iz?"
sooth our smarting feet in the
reached in vain for those precious 3
the students." It seems like a good fighting BZ players 18-12. Led by
P. S. Refer all queries to Mindy, points. The frosh also gave a nod creek. Every time we attempted
suggestion for the use of Washing- Casey and Baker, who each acCommissioner of Bulletin Board. of approval when WAA announced
this, more than half of us lost
ton Park during the day-time.
counted for four points for the losour balance and were sure we
We don't know what expectorate state's Ail-Star basketball team
But Fran Mullin, '48, in between ers, BZ pushed the score to 12-11
were lost to humanity (in all of
means but we do know some big with '48 holding the 2 sub positions,
ping-pong shots, seemed to disagree by the end of the third quarter,
two feet of water!). While our
words too, like delikatesin.
So started '48's spirited sports
about the crowd. "Students will but were unable to check the adfeet were turning blue, our faces
career
tha
Riddle of the Age
t was to rise t o new were acquiring that rosy shade support the Spring Sports because vance of Phi Delt in the final peLast year t h e question was heights during their second year. which comes with spring's sun State hasn't had any teams in such riod. Michel led the winners with
a long time." Mullin played varsity eight points.
"where
are all the men?" The an- S°P^ Y « a r
and wind.
w
. all
„around
. , „ , you,
. „ „ in
,„ +Vl
„ „,„+>.
Campus Day events constitennis in '42 and will pitch for the In the first contest of the evening,
swer is
the
math t u tThe
_
e d fche o f f l c l a l o p e n i n g Qf r l y a l
team if his arm is O.K. So we see the plucky Whiz Kids were defeatYes, we came back burned, that he will support those teams.
department, the science lab, the r y for '45-'46. Here the Sophs started 24-10 by the excellent playing of
scratched and tired; but we
science lab, etc. The halls are now ed their climb to victory when
James Bolster, a Graduate stu- the Rares team. Davidson sparkwouldn't
have
missed
it
for
the
generously sprinkled with birds on "Feet'Tichy won the sackrace and
dent, has stated that "it's a good plugged the winners with her
world. It was the first visit for
g a i n e d ap o i n t f o r t n e r i v a l r v score
thP w i n / rvpts to von)
idea to have teams. I'm inelligible smooth center plays and accounted
several of us, and we were well
Thiee
more
lnts w e r e a d d e d
After
test^week'seditorial
™
After last
weeks eaitoriai even
even t„h e S o p h o m o r e Ps ° emerged victorious
impressed. The laughs we had, to participate but am willing to for 12 of the winners points. Ricci
the balcony brigade has moved l n t n e h o c k e y g a m e , w l t h o n e o f
the food we ate (?), and the support all of the Spring Sports. I led the Whiz Kids with six points.
sleep we didn't get, make up a have a car and will be able to travel The Newman team found KD an
. down to the main floor of the Com- the strongest teams in State's hiswith the team if the distance is not easy mark as they gained points
good part of our memories of
mons. Of course, this would have tory, the game ended in a 2-0 shuttoo far." (O.K. Sullivan, he lives in steadily throughout to a final score
last weekend. We're all looking
nothing to do with the ping-pong out, Tilden and Quinn sharing the
of 27-10. Soullch was high scorer
forward to the next time when Schenectady, telephone 6-4661.)
for Newman with ten points while
table being moved up on the bal- * * » £ « K S L , , ™ m « „ „
we can get up there to raise
Michael Perrette, '46, wants to see Shure
led the KD basketeers with
cain, and to forget the woes of
The basketball games, however,
a baseball team. "I will participate six points.
conv
State tests.
in
that
sport,
and
all
intramural
'
confirmed
without
a
doubt
the
Sentimentality has come to the 2 J , S 8 . . U l ? i t m a k e ' 4 8 "best class
games that I possibly can. I believe Wednesday's Games
fore as jive is on the wane. The a t State. Cooperation, skill teamthat golf and a tennis team would
vets must like slow, smooth numbers work and good
sportsmanship, best
build up the prestige of State and In the opener to the Wednesday
ye ow
from the music drifting out into %*£** *£• "
P ^ r h o u s e that
let the other schools know that night contests, the Whiz Kids were
defeated by the Stokes Hall team
th* lnwpr hall
defeated the red devils 36-28 in the
State is on the map."
14-8. Joslyn starred for Stokes,
the lower hall.
f i r s t e n c o u n t e r a n d 38_28 J n ^
On
our
way
over
to
the
Boul
lin
scoring four points while Ricci led
Get on the Band Wagon
a l Playoff. The steady working
(plug!) we encountered Harry Bad- the Whiz Kids with four points.
MAA sofa-wrestling has some combination — Diehl, Diffin, and
en, '47, and Ray McNamara, '48,
stiff competition from those sturdy Tronsor supplied a defense that
who have signed up for several in- Psi Gamma won an easy victory
members of WAA who have recently could not be penetrated by the frosh
The WAA Bowling Tournament tramural sports. Ray would be from the Newman team by a 27-8
developed hitch-hiking into a new basketeers. In the forward positions continued this week with only one willing to run for the track squad. score. The winners were paced by
science.
It's girls
not have
a local
affair as
as Played
—Cooper,
Tilden, and
Quinn
dis game being played off. Last Thurs- He's a former winner for Newburgh's Lengyel with 14 points while Maggio
some
of the
ventured
a perfected
system
of passled Newman with three.
far as Cornell and Vermont. Every- work, plays, and shooting that would day, Sayles Hall outpinned Wren team and has great possibilities.
In the hardest fought and roughbody's doing it now and it isn't safe provide a serious challenge to the H a l ] b v ]xo
8 o n<n<,
Over
a
cup
of
Java
we
asked
Kilto drive these days. In fact it's "est of teams.
* * 1Jlut "
roy his opinion. After carefully est game of the evening, the GamLewis a n d V a n
cheaper to hitch.
In the Future
.
Gelder led the considering the matter he remark- ma Kap team overcame the Sayles
Tho hiinnpo «F M,„ ..j. i
, . winning team to victory, each bowl- ed, "bridge!" It would advance five 11-5. Both teams played strongly defensive games. Quinn led the
Basketball
in sports is stih t be d Z £ f c £ i n g a n a v e r a g e o f 1 4 1 * b o t h S a m e s ' "social" and intellectual culture at winners with five points while Day
State."
F
r t h e losing t e a m W a r d led with
The game between Phi Delt and and C m all a pects it seem s S a t °
scored lour points for the Sayles
Catching Harry Mills, '49, at the team.
Beta Zeta was refereed and urn- t h e sophomores hnv» « ™ F „ ? a n average of 119. Both matches
piano, we found that he was a very
VL a I 0 S
pired by outside women. State was a h e a d '
y n i c u i e were won by a wide margin by the versatile man indeed. "The dashes In the contest which followed, the
the meeting place for those who T h ' t
. ... _„ . . . . Sayles squad. In the first game are my specialty, the 100, and 220 Rares defeated the Moreland team
P 0 b a b l y b et h e y l e d w i t h 82
were to take their final local and bowline F n l S n i
P i n s to spare, and yards. I even made a stab at the 15-7 in a well played game. Davidnational ratings as basketball ref- , . ? „ „ " * „* 0 "°*J" e . bowling comes i n the second game they had an mile. Baseball is the best spectator son proved to be the outstanding
sport for the Spring but I don't player of the week in this game
erees and umpires. Mrs. John Rol- w n ? , ^ f.~
" t a l l y ' M u l l l n a n d e v e n hundred over Wren.
believe that it will be well attended. when she scored all of her team's
Una of Russell Sage and Ellen ^ n e r , fchis yeai"s champs, are both
.
A varsity swimming team should be 15 points. Boynton led the MoreOverbaugh of Bethlehem Central m o 1 m D e J s of the Sophomore class— Louise Winters, '47, has announc- started
those fellows and inter- land learn with four points.
ro
and
blew the whistle on the game. Rep™«
softball.
ed that at the end of this week all collegiatefor competition
could take
In the final contest, Beta Zeta
u syell—"so
t
ey
for
victory,
in
ters
said
that
the
bowling
tollmaresentatives were here from Delmar, Q Which J
S°es to show that the teams which haven't won any games place. Swimming' doesn't take much defeated
KD in a hard fought game
k nbetter
ow
the s end,
send they're
for '48'ersl!
meritbeshould
be overAlso,
by Miss
the end
of equipment and Is a healthy sport." which favored
Emma Willard, and Convent of Sa- ?°£l
What
saying Will
eliminated.
Win
M
the BZ team. Baker
April.said t h a t t h e hnwlinp- tniirnn.
cney
n ' s Heart.
all up to the Quail Street
cred
-veil—so for viet™ 'v in tei'S
and Shure led their respective teams
stars to stop the hard-fighting Phi
Alan L. Stone, '47, ended up our In
scoring'. The final score was 23An announcement has been plac- round-up by stating "that baseball
Delts when the game is played April
ed on the WAA bulletin board stat- will not be well attended, but soft- 11 for BZ.
2. If Gamma Kap wins and Psi
ing that any team that does not ap- all, on Page Field, will hold the
Gam tops BZ there will be a threepear at the bowling alleys at the interest of the students."
way tie for first place, Of course
scheduled time must forfeit. All Coach Hathaway's official statethis Is still ln the "if" stage and
PHOTOGRAPHS
games must be completed the same ment, was that "the baseball season
it's still anyone's trophy.
week scheduled or they will be for- looks promising. The fellows have Duplicate Prints may be secured
The WAA Fencing Squad had its
MM^SIVUISTMTIbeen enat all times
MAA
signed up, but there is no equipIn thumbing through the NBWS S0aI et ueld ^ t h e " a f i £ K W J M B V . U M * f o r c e d SinZeTt! speed up ment, and no games have been
Discount prices ln effect till May
" ' _'he
LaSalle freshman
the completion
eomniBtinn of
nt the
n,„ .m,,.,
f«„„H r
man the
tournament. scheduled,"
for the last few years, we found
team 9"to
6.'
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The individual scores of the game
mentioned a baseball team, tennis
Films retained for a t least
Although this is the first time were us follows:
team, and a track squad. This
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year, with the fellows back, there is that the State fencers have been in S f t y l s I I a
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we found lists of fellows who had the State fencers recovered their L e w'got
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a few more will only sign up, the Ing the six matches which followed
fellows will be all set for a heavy the Stole girls came out on top
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With Washington Park so close to State Squad,
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the school, enough courts will be
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with the Vnrslty Is scheduled ln the
in many years.
near future,
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Scores for individual fencers folThe most of the Best
Campus Commission has been low:
asked to give Bolo (Cute) Marsland
Won Lost
for the " -east
his own separate mailbox. Marslund Marie Fernades
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CAFETERIA
State College News
Z.444
Juniors Schedule
Coronation Ball
In Pierce, Sayles
ALBANY, N E W YORK, FRIDAY,
A P R I L 5, 1 0 4 6
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I G C To Present Folk Festival
Tomorrow Night In Page Hall
New Freshmen Swing Band
Will Perform In Commons
On the up beat—and the band
swings into "Tuxedo Junction"
or maybe takes the soft and
low road with "Oh, What I t
Seemed To Be."
The new swing band, organVitullo Prom Chairman; ized
just a few weeks ago, has
been rehearsing furiously in
Crowning O f Queen
secluded spots (Sayles Hall gym
included). It's been strictly on
To Highlight Evening
the hush-hush side until enough
James Conley, President of the numbers had been learned t o
Hutchinson, Seelbach
Class of 1047, has announced that give a good show.
Sometime next week, t h e
the annual Junior Prom will be held
To Direct Production
in the Ingle Room at Pierce Hall group will drop anchor in the
Inter-Group
Council will present
and the gym in Sayles Hall on Sat- Commons at noon to give out
Sayles To Announce
a Polk Festival as the sixth contriurday, April 27. Marian Vitullo is with the jive for the jitterbug
bution to the Big 8 series tomorrow
fiends and swing for the swoonNew Signum Laudis
general chairman of the event.
night at 8:00 P. M, in Page Hall.
ers. There will be a charge of
To Crown Queen
Harold
Elde,
an
explorer
recently
The theme of the production, in
With the presentation of this ten cents to pay for new music. returned from Alaska, will present
keeping with the purposes and
If enough interest is shown an address in assembly today folProm the Junior class will bring
ideals of IGC, is: "Out of many culback to State one of the traditions in the band, it may play for
lowing an announcement by Dr.
tures comes one."
which has been missing since 1943. school dances or other enterJohn M. Sayles, President of the
Axelrod Chairman
The highlight of the dance will be tainments.
College, of the new members of SigSince the year '41-'42, there
The production is to be composed
the coronation of a Junior Prom
num Laudis. At the Student Counhas
been
no
successful
attempt
of two parts, a stage show in the
Queen as in former years, rather
cil meeting Wednesday evening, the
to organize a swing band, unauditorium followed by a booth festhan at the Big-8. The queen will
Movlng-TJp Day speakers were chostival in the gym. Celina Axelrod,
be nominated and elected by the til some members of the class
en for each class and plans were
'47, is general chairman of the
Class of '47. Music for the evening of '40 got together this year. discussed for the scheduling of a
event.
special assembly period to consider
will be provided by Tommy Kiefer Things are looking plush I
The stage show is under the dibusiness matters.
and his orchestra.
rection of Lois Hutchinson, *47. The
*Miss Vitullo will be aided by Ruth
Dr. Sayles will introduce the
cast includes James Conley and
McCarthy, assistant chairman.
principal speaker, Mr. Elde, who
Solomon Minsberg, Juniors, Joseph
will
discuss
his
travels
and
experiCELENA AXELROD, '47
Committees
Palevsky, '46, Betsy Naylor, '48, Robences.
The other committees are as folert Baker, '49, and Harold Gould, '47.
List
Speakers
lows: Programs, Virginia Day,
Plan Program
During the Student Council meetChairman, Eleanor Binn, Marilyn
The program includes the following the Moving-Up Day speakers
Warshaw, Ruth Bentley, and Clyde
ing: Polish folk dances by a group
are
chosen,
Marjorie
Cronin
will
w
e
r
e
Cook; Tickets, Alice Knapp, ChairAll undergraduate students
of professional dances under the
man, Rosalie Pooler and Celina eligible to enter the annual Leah SDe ak for the Senior r l n « „nH R,,th
direction of John Lipinski; a medAxelrod; Orchestra Committee, Con- Lovenheim Literary Contest which K e y wM deliver S e Junior fd
ley of American folk songs by James
ceda Zumbo, Chairman, Richard is now in progress under the direc- dress Barbara Dunker has been
Miner, '46, Harold Weber, '47, Curt
Smith, Harold Weber, and Ann tion of Dr. Shields Mcllwaine, Pro- S S L
^ ^ J ^ ^ J S ^ J S ! S ^
Pfaff, '48, Harold Mills, '49; the
Lucsok; Decorations, Henry Drus- fessor of English. May 10 is the * d Betsy S T w i U sneaktotol
F n
" f- M a r 2 gess Vernoy,
chel, Chairman, Kathryn Hagerty, deadline for the submittance of all freshmen
M]lapeeSieBMe to be In response to the NEWS poll three *$&&*
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Martha Dunlay, Vivian Kronberg, articles.
from'five
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Margery Pender
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Janice Goodrich,
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Russian ballet
ballet solo
solo by
bvSerge
Serse
A &faculty
committee
soohomores will
will add
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Martin Stewart, Jean Henry, Caro*J.
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the ob- Russian
"uoo"*"folk
«»»dance
UOIUA., the "Troika"
a """'vvuB
humorous
touch
to utheir
talks.
lyn Berg, Lucille Friedman, and Poetry, snoit stories,
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Marilyn Warshaw,
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Big 8 Features
Dancing, Songs
Alaska Explorer
Will Address
Assembly Today
Open Lovenheim
Literary Contest
Lack Of Help
To Keep Library
Closed Evenings
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T h e r e w e r e 150 h o u r s of stU
G o l Jewish
d s t l n songs in both English
Also
and Ann Mastrangelo; Clean-Up shortt story and
non-fiction arcicie.
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Edna Sweeney, Virginia Day, Nona a separate sheet designating the T.. g ! i S f T t h ? semester ™fflS
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Juniors
Rose' Rosen
Vimmerstedt, Betty Brennan, Ruth entrant's name, the pseudonym us- a n d t L / e k r!o t C to further d o n e b y t h e s t U d e n t s ^ a s ° f a / ° U " S 2 a MaisteuSn' Estolle s f f l
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If^tS^SSSSSL^Si
are n
, ° "strlotlons either in form A s s o c i a t i o n t o V o t e
n r L ^ m J a s discontinued a l S S Ch a rlotte Goldstein and Miss Shln8
Chaperones
or length for these entries, which T h r e m a i n d e r of the constitution ? " ° T a r s a B o no^ S s i o n has d l e m a n - Sophomores; a Hungarian
Chaperones for the evening will ahouW be brought to Dr^ Mcll- m u s t b e r e a d a n d ^
has
h t h e two years ago, no' P ™ ° n
dance
M a r i a n n e D a v « >4e
B
bo Dr. Louis C. Jones, Professor of walnes office Room 36, Richard- a r t l c l e s
Muriel Navy,'46, and Helen Lengyel,
m b e dl^cussed
at t h e been mode» fo anotoer g j « English, and Mrs. Jones, Dr. Harvey son One entry of each type may t, wl a«l. a«s«s «e m» Ib«l yJ ,, t «..w
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According
to wees
Miss ™wiber,
I TLive
Rice, instructor in Social Studies, be made.
•• or rejecting
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.. constitu..... afive
worK per
, (rrVi ^ House
„„ hby
r e ahours
v a l l a b or
l e . stuaent
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v
tion will be taken in a regular as- C o b b p t n i s t i m e l s t a k e n u p l n d o i n g Francis Mu.Un, '48.
and Mrs. Rice, Dr. Ralph Clausen, Seek More Entries
response to sembly
session.
The article
to
the
pipHnnrwnrk"
All
thp work
formeroomhiv
cp^sinn
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Booth
Festivals
Professor
of Biology,
Mrs. Clauin
otherhas
years
the very great, constitution suggested by Philip ,,, \„£L Zvk or hv i n d e n t helnQ is T h e s e c o n d P a r t o f t n e program
sen,
Dr. Allan
Hicks,and
Professor
of the
contest
not been
will take place in the gym with the
Guidance, and Mrs. Hicks, Mr. Paul This year, Dr. Mcllwaine hopes Lashinsky, '47, during assembly on i y J donVhS
the X e r a l staff
y
Bulger, Director of the Student Em- that more students with creative Friday,
.. March
,
22, which
,
, provides
In adcliti6n
to general
the lacksiau.
of help, presentation
^•'«w«"}""u of a booth festival.
liferent countries will
ployment Bureau, and Mrs. Bulger, ability will submit articles.
for the lormation of a temporary a n i n c r e a s e l n t h e difficulty in pur- ^ e r e n U l e different
represented oy
by coionui
colorful DOOMIS.
booths.
Dr. Floyd Henrlckson, Professor of
Poetry will be judged by Dr. Mc- judicial board, must still be" acted nhnVw~Tnw"hiwif«""hBs"Tntpnc,rfrftrt b e represented
T e a a n c l r i c o c a k c s w111 b e s o l d afc
Guidance and Mrs. Henrlckson.
Ilwi
walne •—••
but -•-the judges
for
the
upon.
The
article
will
be
brought
"
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l
m
riueto
the
necessitv
of
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uie problem, aue to_ tne necessity oi h l n f t , K hbooth,
kies
n n t h _ sspumoni
n n m o n l ftnd
andCOO
cookies
Admission to the Prom will bo short story and non-fiction have before Student Association some sending in some orders two or three nChina's
. . . , , ,
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n
t
I
l
a
l
s
not
yet
been
chosen.
time soon
$2.40 per couple.
times and greater care in checking.
y booth, and hot dogs, pop
If the librarv is to remain open corn and Pepsi Cola will beDancing
hold by
at night, two of the regular staff the American Concession,
r k mtake
-w
the vie will
t 0tne music 0 l
will
have
to be and
in attedance,
at the
out-going
one at the one
re- Place throughout the festival,
serve desk. The suggestion has L I S t Committees
society
because
she
has
been
made that students talcing 11- Ruth Seelbach, '48, is in charge of
such a possibility had occurred to from white
By JOAN HI.ItlUlK II
brary courses might help, but this the booth festival. Leslie Hervey,
her and Emily Klmbrough as they a streak of "tarbrush" in her.
1 met Cornelia Otis Skinner Wed .stood at the top of the Rhelms Monologues, however, do not P l a n '» no1 feasible at present, as (Continued on yutjc 3, Column 1)
nesday night in the lobby of her cuuiedral Tn France," and all that „, „ , ,,, the time and effort of the same amount of supervision
lm,n J0ll/1
hotel. And it was in a taxi coming vmued
°l
-' Otis Skinner. She has would bo necessary.
w a s „ product of their vivid Cornelia
Druschel, ' 4 7 , W i n s
up to Page Hull that 1 had the op iumylntitlonsl
aeied
in
plays on the stages of New At the time when the library was
portunlty to talk with one of tlio
hel e
a
n large number of
I recalled that Miss Skinner is York, of London, and of many Eu- ° P ^ l J ' , , „ l ? ,
most gracious and friendly personstudents working from 7:00 until News Cartoon Contest
ayes of .static, screen, and radio. said to write all of her own mono- ropean countries. Otis Skinner, her 8:00 but the number dropped sharpMiss Skinner, known as "the great- logues, and asked her if it were ^ther, was a great American actor; ly after 8:00 on nights when other Henry R. Druschel, '47, ls the
too, participated in
est single attraction ol the Ameri- true, she replied in the affirma- ber mother,
sUv
>
activities wire scheduled in school, winner of the cartoon contest sponcan I heater," is as humorous and ilvi uul proceeded to give us her »>«»y S<- productions. Miss Skin- It was necessary to keep the library sored by tho STATIC COU.EHB NEW:,
usual
method
for
writing
them,
"er
lived
in
the
stage
atmosphere
genial oil-stage as she is on.
•First I write out the idea, revise it ' l l l 'l begun acting formally in col- open for the very few who remained and Yefkin Dcr Bedroslan, '45, has
received honorable mention. MemMy thoughts turned Immediately several times, read it to the family, tese at Bryn Mawr, where she por- until 9:00 P.M.
In the event of a re-opening, re- bers of the NEWS Board acted as
to that bunk which won Miss Skin- Tlieu 1 leave it alone awhilo—go trayed Lady Macbeth. Perhaps it
ner such acclaim all over the Unit- over ii occasionally. Eventually it s because of this long lino of stage- serve books, which may be taken judges and their decision is final.
ed Slates "Our Hearts Are Young becomes presentable."
lovers, that Cornelia Otis Skinner out for overnight use, would have
The only stipulation as to tho
ami Gay." Remembering especially
doesn't like Hollywood, but does to be left In the shelves for evening topic of the cartoon was that it deHie scene where the two young girls
lie monologue entitled "On the j o v u Broadway.
reference work. This might work pict u situation of general campus
are locked nn top of u Parisian oath- Beach of Barbados" lias an origin
hardship on those who are unable wide interest. The purpose was to
edral and are forced to uso their in real life. Miss Skinner witnessed
Miss Skinner expressed her appre- to get to the library at night, Miss obtain cartoons that pertained to
"wits" to gain attraction ln the city Just such a scene at one time, but ciatlon at the fine audience recep- Cobb says.
State Collego life as well as to ofstreets below, I asked Miss Skinner admitted that It was not quite as tion, and Dramatics and Arts In addition to these factors, Miss fer opportunity to display student
if there were any basis for that part dramatic as she presented it. This Council is to be congratulated on Cobb believes that tho library talent.
of the story. "I'm afraid not," the monologue Is centered around a bringing a great artist once again lighting would have to bo Improved
Mr. Druschel's cartoon is featured
actress smiled, and explained that young island beauty who is tabooed to the Page Hall stage.
to facilitate evening study.
on page 2 of this issue.
Editor Finds Cornelia Otis Skinner Friendly Off-Stage
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