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Faculty Member Alums To Hold Varsity To Play
To Visit Japan Annual Meeting Away Games
For War Dept On June 14
Bertha Brimmer, executive secreDr. Morris Assigned
tary of alumni association, h a s
To Study Education
announced that plans are being
made for Alumni Day, June 14.
The War Department has sought
the assistance of a member of the Mrs. Olive Horning McDermott, 17,
State College faculty—Dr. Elizabeth is general chairman of the affair.
H. Morris,, Professor of Education,
has been called in on a special as- Anne Coggeshall Oppenheim, '18,
signment to visit Japan as an ex- has been chosen assistant chairpert consultant on the problems of man and she will be aided by the
teacher education.
following committees: host and
Dr. Morris, who is on sabattical hostess, Paul Merritt, '42, and Mrs.
leave of absence for the present
college year, h a s been assigned to Evelyn McNlckle Jenkins, '29;
work with the Civil Information luncheon, Margaret Betz, *22; tickand Education Section of General ets, Mrs. Roswell Fairbanks, '38,
McArthur's staff.
Miss Florence Pattes, '28; HalfDuring her stay in Japan she will Century Club, Mrs. Marilla Conklin
investigate the teacher - training Whitbeck,
'99; Quarter-Century
situation in Japan and will draw Club, Mrs. Blanche Russell, '10;
up a list of recommendations concerning t h e future development of faculty, Mrs. Edna Shaffer MacAfteacher-training in that country. fer, '24; art, Mrs. Olga Briggs, '26;
After h e r investigation in Japan graduate council, Miss Agnes Denis completed, Dr. Morris will fly nins, '19; publicity, Mrs. Gladys
back to Washington for a confer- Newell, '30; torchlight, Mrs. Shirley
ence with Washington authorities. Goddington Merritt, '43.
I t is expected that as a result of
this conference, recommendations All graduates will receive invitawill be made to the Chief of Civil tions to return to State College for
Affairs Division of the War De-Alumni Day. A business meeting
partment.
of the association at the college
Dr. Morris was scheduled to fly will be followed by a luncheon at
from Washington last Saturday, the residence halls when members
February 1, for a San Francisco will sit with their respective classes.
air base.
The Half-Century Club, with Anna E. Pierce, '84, presiding, will
Myskenia Selects Guardians
meet in order to admit the class of
1897 into their group, while Mrs.
Myskania has announced the Blanche Russell will preside over
class guardians for second semester the Quarter-Century Club which
in accordance with the policy of will admit the class of 1922.
changing the guardians each semester.
The following were appointed
guardians for the respective classes,
James Conley and Mary Telian,
Pharmacists
Class of '47, Edna Sweeney and
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Pandemonium broke loose, Wed- Mr. Pulik's resolution for a vote of ,
nesday, when the heralded "March confidence for Chairman Healy was
S h o u l d C o n t a c t B e n t l e v on the Capitol" by 1300 New York almost unanimously approved by ^ i
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( J O S S e S O C h e C f U / e
B e f o r e S e n d i n g M o w e r s ary boosts ended in uproar and Mrs. Healy, when asked for an '*"* *-» - •*» ** *» «"»** - >*
threats to call the police.
interview, replied, "I will give no
According to latest reports, Dr. T n e g p ^ which ignited t h e interviews to anyone at this time."
John M. Sayles, for eight years varied demonstrations, including
Frank Bugenthal arid Miss Marie
Committee W i l l Report
President of State College, is re- Jumptog on the platform ^ n - ^ —
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Varsity Financial Status
covering gradually in Albany Hos S S e o S ttom the h » ^ o f i w ^ e display, replied that they beThe Sophomore and Junior claslieved t h e
To
Student Assembly
pital where he was taken after be- M
pKnirman
of
the
New
disorder
in
Chancellor's
Hpnlv
tag stricken early Friday morning. g & c i t y " ' T e a c h e n S a l a r y Boarl HaU showed a definite desire for ses will hold their banquets toMrs. Edith L. Garthe, newlyGroup,
desiring
to send flowers
to and
chairmanintroduced
of the meeting,
was immediate
action and
by Miss
"certain
night
6:30
and_7.00
at
n r -ivies
are reauested
to contact
* resolution
by Bernard
groups." Bugenthal
Con- morrow
the Circle
Innat
and
Jack's'
RestaurdirectQr
Dr. bayies aie requested to contact
on the
the ant,
ant, respectively.
respectively. Mr.
Mr. Elton
Elton Butler,
Butler, "* „ , . . „ , ,
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m o m h - , . nt n « . » « i H » « cannon's picture appeared on
a member of the executive first
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« - "Knickerbocker Mathematics Instructor, will speak York State Teachers Association,
page
Ruth Bentley, '47, In order to stag Pulik,
committee on teacher salaries.
News," Wednesday evening.
at the Sophomore banquet, while Dr. will be presented as gu<;st speaker
ger the arrival of the flowers.
All Indications seemed to point T w o N e w y o r k c l t y s c I e n c e Harvey Rice, Professor of History. i n assembly this morning by PI
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Rumor has it thathis
Dr. Sayles was
honorary social
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refusal of Mrs Healy to (Continued on Page 4, Columns)
planning to take
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l t a n y d i s c u s s i o n o n the a f o r e
According to Jean McCabe, gen- studies society. She is to speak on
June of tliis semester. No official mentioned resolution, and her a t eral chairman for the class of '49, the work of the Student Teachers
infu-mation has been received con- tempt to adjourn the meeting, supMiss Catherine Newbold, a mem- Association, the possibility of teachber of the Social Studies Depart,
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cermng whether or not he plans to uosedly becau.se of a special train
a n d u
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ment, Mr. and Mrs. Elton Butler,
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and Dr. Ralph Kenny, Assistant 4
P ° " Prepared by a commitcomplete this semester. In his ab- u ] e d t Q l e a v e afc f o u r 0 , c l o c k
Professor of Guidance and his wife tee appointed by Student Council
sence, Dr. Milton G. Nelson, Dean M r s _ R U 3 S e n several times brought
will chaperone the banquet.
° investigate the financial conditlon
of the College, has unofflcialy as- the meeting to some semblence of
Liskcr
Heads
Entertainment
f f o r v a r , s l t y athletics, will be
sumed the presidential duties.
order pleading for unity, and reThomas
Lisker,
chairman
of
the
read
and voting will take place for
minding the teacher that there
entertainment committee, will act the delegates to attend the Eastern
Dr. Sayles has been holding the must be cooperation in their own
States Conference in New York
as master of ceremonies.
position of President of the . Col- ,„„,;.,„„.
ranks before
aid could
be Solomon Minsberg •47, President H n r o l ( 1 M 1 U s w l n s l
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h l m s e l f o n t h e piano, after Appointed in
June
R. Brubacher, August 23, 1939.
in.cooperation.with w h l ( l n M n r l e G r l e c o Jm g ' l v e a * " J J a p p o " t m e n t o f M r s G a r t h e
c l u c t o f y o u teachers Is disgrace- organization,
In September, 1933, Dr. Sayles, who fully uncooperative." Mrs. Healy's other religious clubs, is sponsoring m o n o l o g u e , B l l e n S a r g e n t and Joan f „ w E n T l m '
formerly had been director of refusal to allow discussion brought a radio program over station W u r z l e r w l n s l n g | ^ o ^ ^ ^ b y J> hei piesent posltioon was a n she took up
npw luties
luties September
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3. B e T.
with
Brotherhood v ,
MUne" High"School', was'cho'sen by people to lead us around by the conjunction
Danny Kaye will appear in the s i d e s e x p e r i e n c e ^lonl
association
Week. Student Christian ASSOCIB
the Board of Regents to serve as nose"
The meeting finally ended with <lon has arranged for a series of P M ervra
McClintook
eeneral ^
',n Carthage and Wappingers
president.
Lenten sermons at the Unitarian clZ\rmkn
of tha Jtminr rlnonVt C e n t l ' n l S c l l ° o 1 ' s h e h a s s e r v e d o n
It was Dr. Sayles who, as chair- - " Church each Wednesday noon, ac- f J r S d tha DV and Mrs James t h e A^[^™'s
Resolutions Comman of the Department of EducaS
m i t t e e a n d WllS E a s t e r n Z o n e r e p
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SCA Unfen Program
Valentine's Day will furnish the C o m m l t t e e Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors
Ministers from Albany churches t h e m e f o r t h e d e c o r a t i o n s .
Committee Reports on WLVA
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? o r o , ' h y Skelton has been ap- nancial conditions for varsity a t h Tm" nr J ?
will i n r K Pnbni p o l n e d chfll f men <>t the entertain- letlcs stated that MAA does n o t
He has done much to improve the college buildings, includ• r T r ! . ! a ry t ; , , «
"r m e n t c o m m l t t e e to replace Eloise want to divorce Varsity athletics
Advanced Dramatics Class will
ing the purchase of Van Derzee
p ',,! r Z i
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nf b;' l onv c ct hr aonu g h the ages" theme have but they do want a separate line
e e d . However, the trio, in the Student Association budget
House, and the Initiation of other present two plays in Page Hall S ' A \ u w l L p , « ! r ; I ?
Ohuroh. with Helen Klsiel, Eloise Worth, and for Varsity finances which can be
plans which led to the improve- Tuesday, at 8:30 p.m. Barbara Jean St Andrews Bpteeopal
r?™lf?
hn M P % L T of S U Z a n n e H i W r e t h w111 tatroduce a d i s c u s s « l and voted upon in BTment and enlargement of college Schoonmaker, '48, will direct "
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equipment and buildings.
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John M. Huber,
of Rn emus°Savs*
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we.-'tminVster
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the Sophomore and varsity games, guarantees have to
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oftoe'6 MadSn K
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" p r o p o s e d set-up, when t h e
play Includes: the mother, Edith J ^ J f p S g r l a S ( S u n * S
^ . ^ ^ S ^ i ^ , ^ ^ , 1 ^ " w h o l e A s s o c l f l t i o n budget is preMay, tthhee
Dell, '48; the older daughter, Betty
2G,' DRev
Bettv Lord's
, , ..?.! Supper";
cr"*°l!.. March
«„.ru S
„„ ets
$1.25 and Sophomore tickets sented and voted on in May,
are are
$1.00.
Varsity line will be considered as
Rose Hilt, '47; the younger daugh- p r e n c , A r t , h u r A c l a m s o f t h e F l r s t
already passed and a part of t h e
ter, Muriel Rubin, '47; the son, John p n ,,b v . L .rian Church, "The Cruciaccepted budget for the following
Lubey, '49; neighborhood mourners, f l x l o n - ; April 1, Reverend Arthur
year. This report, which will be
Patricia Kearney, Dolores Lawson, , T o m , j I U , s Qi the Emmanuel Baptist
stated in the form of a financial
Lois Flllman, Roderick Frascr, Sen- C h u r c h i ..A D n v l n t n e Tomb."
resolution this morning ln assemlors
' Arthur Russel, '48, and Rose r.iter-Varsitv Christian Fellowship
Mr. Oscar E. Lanord Professor
bly, will be discussed and tabled for
Mary
Wlllsey,
'50.
Muriel
Owens.
'4ft,
President
of
of Chemistry, has been named of
two weeks.
The committees from the A. D.
fnter-Varsity Christian Fellowship,
ficlal representative of the Eastern
.. Announce Rivalry Debate
New York section of the American class
sets, Jaffer,
Arthur Collins,
48; h a s l i r i n n u n c e r i t n a t TVCF is bclights, are:
Gloria
'48; props,
Frank Woodworth, '47, Chairman
"Broken Adirondacks
Chemical Society and will attend a Harold Gould, '47; costumes, Ar- ginning u new scries of weekly
of tlie class rivalry, has announced
dinner-meeting In Rochester, Feb- thur Soderlind, '47, make-up Bar- meetinis, next Thursday. These
Awarded First Prize
that the rivalry debate will be held
ruary 24. Dr. Charles L. Andrews, bara Dunker and Edith Dell, Jun- meetings will he held each Thursin assembly March 7, and the winday
noon
thereafter,
in
Room
2B.
Professor of Physics, and Dr. Mar- iors; house, Gloria Jaffer, '48; pubAccording to a NEWS poll on the rier will receive 2M, points. Three
vin J. Prior and Mr. Arthur P. licity, Dorothy Dil'fln, '48; promp- All students may attend.
paintings in the Lounge, sponsored Seniors
and two members of the
Jones, Instructors of Physics, at- ter, Mary Telian, '47. Beverly Sittig,
by the Albany Artist's Group, f a c u l t V w111 n c t a s Judges. Three
tended conferences held in New '49, will direct the stage crew from
"a,,.„,„„, CM „» i TI
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members will represent each class.
York City from Thursday, January the stuge craft class.
State College Alumni Summer Skies by Henry Austin, D n t e s f o r r l v i l l r 1 y b o w l l n R | b a s k e t .
30, through Saturday, February 1.
Ml.ss Schoonmaker described her
is the most popular painting among ball, and swimming will be a n I'l'.cnilcul Society Meets
play as, •'giving an Interesting pic- Reunite A t Columbia U. tho State College student. "Home nounced later.
'1 lie Rochester meeting is being ture of Irish superstltulions, tern.
....--„.
Sixteen State College Alumni of Dr. Grant, Claveraek" by Gersponsor, d by the American Chom- p , . n , m o n t , l u u l life of the lisherman
studying at Teachers College, Co- I rude Tipple and "State Street
leal Society In honor of Dr. A. A class."
No.vi's, newly-elected president of
The cast of Baldwin's play in- lumbia University, attended an in- Hill," by Charles Young, tied lor
the Society
cludes Arllene Riber, '•!!!, Rlioda formal luncheon, Friday, February second place, while "Lamplight" by
This group Invited each .section Annalee Lcvine, '48, and Thomas 7, according to Paul CI. Bulger, Di- Lucille Meslck came in third.
rector (if student Employment Bu- Mr. Austin, who received first
to : ci il i delegate and Dr. Lanford, Usker, '49.
ns chairman of the Eastern New
The committees include Sets, reau now on leave of absence.
place in the NEWS poll, Is on the
The Alumni attending the lunch- administrative stair of Sayles Hall.
York .section of the Society was Hetty Hose l.lll, '47; props, Mary
, „.,, . , , , „ _
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chosen to attend.
I iirvej, '47; publicity Dorothy Dif- eon were Bulger, '3(1; Edmond F.
Gloria Gilbert, '48, President of
Frwin,
and
Charles
N.
Norris,
"17;
Teachers Attend Conference
till. '-Ill; house, Gloria Jaffer, '48;
Austin It revived Second Prlao
Student Union Board, has given a
DUlenbecU, Paul Gratfan, The Popui.ir Prize, awarded by summary report of the work acThe conferences ln New York, at costumes, lalitli Dell, '48. Miss Slt- Dour.las
:
Whlch three .State College faculty Hg will direct the stage crew tor ; ' IM.I r.p i n, Elmer Matthews, Ger- Hie Albany Artists Group, went to complished by the board during first
aid Siiddleinlre. and Abraham Sa- Howiud Becker's "Brook ln the semester.
The returns from the
were present, were sponsored by the 'bis |.1.1) also.
vli-.ky, 'It; Alberta Lee, '42; Rita Adirondacks." The first prize for Christmas Big-8 and the "Male
American Association of Physics
Mickey and David Slavin, '4;i: Rich- oil paintings was awarded to Oall" in the Commons were a n Teachers, tha American Physical So- . .
..
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aid Hisgen, '4:i and '40; Patricia "Lamplight." by Lucille Meslck. nounced.
liftv and the American Association News Nflrnes Junior Ldilor
Latimer and Henry Wise, '44.
Henry Austin's, "The Homeward
The "Male Call", which was held
for the Advancement of Science,
y Tessier, '47 Eclitor-lnMnry
Bulger Is working for a doctor's Way" received second prize.
In the Commons on January 16,
At the conference of the Amerl- ohlol of the STAT us COI.I.KUK NISWH degree at Columbia University, Be- The first prize ln water colors netted $19.10 The sum of $110 precan Association oi Physics Teach- lias announced the nppnl tmenf of side; studying Administration, Phil- was given to "Heldeberg" by Erwin sented to Student Union by the
ors, Dr. Marvin Pryor gave a talk Ellen Rohtord, '48, to NEWS board osophy, and Personnel Work, he Is Austin. Miss Ruth Hutchins, who Religious Clubs, represents proon standing wave equipment and as Associate Editor. Ml.ss Rochlord working part-time in the Place- is head of the Art Department ceeds from the Christmas Big-8
an explanation of the wave move- replaces Marjory E. Clark, '48, who ment Bureau at the Teachers Col- here, received second prize for her Miss Gilbert also stated that t h e
ments by means oi a special device obtained a leave oi absence for tills lege, He will resume his duties hero water color painting. "Franklin Student Union pledges due Febrthat he has built for this purpose, semester.
at State in September.
Mountain, Oneonta."
uary 1 were sent out to the Alumni
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Re>ffr«>r
Annua/ Banquets
At Circle, Jacks
To Elect Students
For Conference
Religious Clubs
Will Broadcast
Over W A B Y
A . D. To Present
Comedy, Tragedy
Tuesday Evening
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A L B A N Y . N. Y.
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Chemical Society
Names Lanford
Eastern Delegate
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with seven field goals and nine fouls lost to Holy Cross 82-38 In their
for the leading total of twenty-three most recent game. Ken George will
lead the State representatives Into
points.
action against the highly touted
Varsity on Road
Charged by their improved play American International five.
against Oswego and Hartwlck and
(Continued from Page S, Column 6) eager to notch their third win of
the campaign, the Varsity play two
Hartwlck Edges State
Paced by Tony Drago and Redgames away this week end. Walt
Sagendorf, the Hartwlck College In- Schick will captain tjhe starting
dians nosed out the Purple and five tonight when they meet ConT H E C O L L C O I JEWELED
Gold 62-57. A belated rally led necticut State. Tomorrow night
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by' Cy Fersh failed to overcome an will find the Varsity meeting headearly Hartwlck surge. Fersh con- on with American International who
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STATE C O U . I O K NEW*,
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1047
Stab-Mint
STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
Common-State*
T h e fight for teachers' salaries and higher state
The Common-Stater ie given the widest taflfwi* m
Bid approached a crisis this week when t h e ConBy ELOISB WORTH
author of this column, although hie viewpoint! to mot
don bill, which would make guilty of misconduct
It has oft been said that two heada tlons B and 0 are complete except necessarily reflect those of the State College If MM.
and neglect
of duty a n_y public employee, includo
ing teachers, who 'failed 'to report" for duty " o r are better than one and I'm begin- « * furniture, and men will move In T A K J J A L E T T E B
otherwise absents himself from his position or ab- nlng to believe It. But when my D e r o r e t n e e M o r t n e w e w t stains in whole or in part from the full, faithful and p a r t ™ , e f t m e for bigger and bet- Advice
,
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proper performance of t h e duties of h i s position tar things, I was left to free lance
Never run after » » t t « t « w or » » fi 8 t u d e n t s t h £ t fl to f o r t h e m o s t p a r t l g M W d i
B u t w h e n w e leave schDo1 w i t h B dl lomft
. . . ", was introduced into the legislature. T h e It alone. So with sweaty brow, and j * } * ^ to » fewrninutes.
P
and »
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teaching certificate, we fall right Into the pit.
important fact to be culled from this maze of clammy hand . . . I begin
From Associated Collegiate Press
Reference Is being made to the problem of the
technical language is that financial penalties will Bless me.
The modem girl adores spinning teachers of the glorious State of New York.
be imposed on those participating in strikes.
T h e Issue
ttwm
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S W l J?^* S h e W a n t s f ° U r 0t
Among the latest developments Is a bill introduced
n i This was the government s answer t o 1,300 teach^
legislature by Senator William P. Condon,
T e a c h e r ' s salaries Is the topic of and a spare . . .
tato
ers who were meeting in Chancellors Hall VVednes- dispute now days, and It Is a p - while listening to t h e symphony the Republican from Westchester. This bill, in effect,
day a t the time the bill was introduced. T h e peda- p a r e n t that no college or group Is the other evening, Herb Batz of w o u l d o u t l a w strikes by teachers,
gogues, who came from all parts of the state, adopt- putting forth the great effort that Northwestern
was disgusted with
These Jokers whom we send to Albanye to pass
ed a resolution warning Governor Dewey a n d the w e 0 f State are. Since I am a con- * h e s t a " ° oauf<;d * M r a z o r " e x j l a w s J°F ,"» f e a r , a f W W t futQHJ?
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When
his
hut-mate
asked
ers.
But they refused to heed the thousands of letT
ltvl
f
a/
m
non
Legislature
that {immediate
action on a permanent
servativerat heart, I feel that the w h l c h s e l e c t l o n w a s p a y l n g ( B l a U t e r s a n d t e l e g r a m s s e n t f r o m a „ p a r t s o f t h e s t a t e <
salary bill is necessary to prevent "drastic action.' t^a^B„Ji^SiF
A a i ^ L , 3 n L £ ! snapped,
"Razor
Concerto
by and passed the sad $2000 minimum, without lncrements
Such action on t h e part of the state Senate is a Ybft, o t h „ c o l l e g e s ares taktag S c h l c k "
' lnstead'
B u t t h e r e to s t , n a
pointless and childish in view of t h e conditions things' a little slower. Brockport Is F o r the first time in the hktorv
chance. A bill for $2400 miniwhich now exist in N e w York. Faced with the Just advocating a public opinion 0 f R.PI a woman has received a T m w l t h Q increments Is under committee now. T h e
threat of a Buffalo teachers' strike this month 9f *° show parents, teachers and g r a d u a t e degree.
Common-Stater urges that:
, .
.....
f • •]
• c
,e blends that they are all behind the
(1) You personally send a letter to your senator
tand tne possibility ot similar action in Syracuse teachers in New York State who R.P.I. enrollment has reached a and your assemblyman to support this measure.
and other cities, the government h a s chosen a are fighting for their rights. Stu- new high with 250 new freshmen
(2) You write to your parents and friends telling
negative and inadequate method of meeting the dents in other colleges are only and 120 returned upperclassmen. II them to write to their senators and assemblymen
wrltln
a
a ie e t o
leir
fa st
problem. T h e only thing to be accomplished by
S
letter P «
«
™"
oultlver notre Jarden. E h ? " and urge them to support this measure.
L n „ „ »l,«»t. with thrPitc k rnntinnincr rnn pressmen and a letter telling their
Predonla will rise to the upper
There are no valid arguments against this measure.
meeting threats with threats is continuing con- p a r e n t s t o d o t h e s a m e B u ( _ w e h a l f o f s t a t e T e a c h e r . s C o l l e g e s w l t n r h m a r e a c t u n U y h u n d r e d ; . o f r e a s o n s l n f a v o r Qf
fusion and the fostering of bitter teelings on both here shoudn't go so far as to make an enrollment of 600 students this paying teachers a reasonable salary.
The right is being carried on by teacher organizthe other schools look like slackers, next fall, and 860 the following year.
sj(les
rnnrlifinns are
arn further
further aggravated
RufrravatpH b
hy
v governor
Cnvernor fAr fot me r ta h! 1e' vC va ep ai t ro el ia at ne nd mh ai vn eu t ac nw ua lnk . p r College
men seem to take life
ations, by marches on the Capitol, and by thousands
Conditions
etty easy Bven w h e n they grad.
of parents who are farsighted enough to want their
Dewey s refusal to meet with representatives ol f a i r advantage. Let's not see an- uate, they do it by degrees.
children provided for. Let's add our whisper to that
teacher organizations. Instead of recognizing the other boom of enthusiasm like the
din which is being sounded over the whole nation.
e
ow
t h e ni
situation as dangerous and in need of immediate ? n s h ? ,
e h t the bill was Victory?
Please, please. Nothing so moves a politician as
into
the State. Why— rrom
Prom aanta
Santa uiura
Clara comes
comes cms
this lit
i • t~ii-„„„,. „.i„i{„. , L „ „_,,„„„„- „„A V,V introduced
uiMuuuueu m
ill---«—. . ••
—...... a .,„ ..,...,..„ „ KU..„.,
u 0 l u e oitiue. wny—
a
and intelligent solution, the governor and his r d b e y m n g t o b e t t h e r e w e r / a l . t l e g e m o f c r i t i c i s m : A n amateur
letter
written colleges
from a In
voter
fromparts
his district
Teachers
other
of the .state are
representatives have chosen to blockade themselves most ten state College students string quartet played Brahms last doing this and similar things. We here in Albany
should also.
selves in their Ivory Tower on Capitol Hill and there. Teh, tch. . . .
night. Brahms lostl
Write to your senator and assemblyman urging him
refuse to hear the teachers' demands.
Citation
Proposed
New York State has an opportunity of leading
The president of Rider College
The expedient removal of snow to support "the $2400 minimum with increments
the nation in solving the recognized, countrv-wide has publically commended the sor- from the Albany streets (I'm from
» ,
W e r e h&
crisis in education, b u t the chance grows sl'immer w M » "i3™ ^ ^ ^ S e t S , 1 ^ ? 1 " . ! L ° " g M a n d m y S C l f J
'
™ t 0 n ' l 1 0 r t t h a t SU1CC l a s t » e «* s e v e r a l
with each new delay and evasion. Whether or not l n t n e pie d K i n E regulations It must
An anti-cliche week—you know members of the faculty have offered pieces of furni
ject.
still m
more
is needed.
lot more.
strikes are a justifiable weapon in salary disputes, have been "some metamorphasis to such things as . . .
tore But
to the
^ Uving^at
St.AMary's
H o If
u s any
i n g ^of
your sorority houses or group houses have anything
"You could have fooled me."
the Condon bill will accomplish nothing a t this time. r a t e a presidential commendation.
at all, contact Stan Abrams.
"Know whatche mean."
Instead of dragging a red herring, in t h e guise of i o f f l i f S S T f S ^ y o S ? ) 8 " ^ ' " *
"Tough." . . . and so it Is.
ethics, into the Senate, the "duly elected representFrom the American Institute for Foreign Trade
atives" of the people could put their time to more Problems
Details 11
comes a press release on two former State students.
the housing
"Secprofitable use by devoting it to constructive action about
.Champlain
Collegesituation.
has this to
say •• French for "Opportunity knocks" Thomas P. O'Connor, '46, a member of SLS and KPK
and Paul J. Santoro are taking courses in comon current troubles.
merce, Customs, and languages of the Latin American nations. The course was started to fill a costly
gap in our educational system—an educational institution wholly devoted to the training of men and
women to live, work and do business in foreign
Some things at State never seem to change, and
countries. Santoro was enrolled in the college in
so once again the new semester brings with it
1940 and O'Connor was well known about the college
reports of several petty and not-so-petty thefts.
as a French student and sign-remover.
to be filled in at 8:30 we are being
It is pointless to go into a discussion of ethics, To the Editor:
As there has been some criticism criticized (and rightly so) by Alstandards, etc. since people who
choose
to
put
uan
,
, ,
of the reserved seats at the recent
y because ln the Jargon of the
themselves through college on other people's money presentation of Pearl Primus, the theater, a reserved seat remains so f n / p n p
Cnlc^nrlnr
wouldn't bother to read it anyway. This is directed Dramatic and Art Council feels an regardless of whether the holder of ^ w i i c y e V - U i e n u U f
-rather to those so imbued with good faith and explanation is due the Student As- that seat arrives at 8:30 or 10:30
1UUAY
w
,the
v
We realize "that
Initial '
> February 14—
of the necessity for doing
' " ' 'without
"lth
- '-•"•
trust that they fearlessly leave valuables in lock- tsociation
- f u n d "w•*"""""
hls
e r e c e l v e f r o m s t u d e n t ASSO1:00 P.M.—Oral credit examinations in French, Gerciatlon
man, Spanish, and Italian ln Room 20,
less lockers and other easily accessible places
' w e cannot operate at all.
T h e r e a s o n U e s l n t n e budget sysRichardson,
around school.
tern under which we operate. The We carmpt, on the other hand, op2:30 P.M.—Used Book Exchange closes.
The fart is that at least some missim? articles Dramatic and Art Council needs on}\c, w »hout the support of the
8:30 P.M.—Varsity game, Brooklyn Polytechnic veri n e Met is tnat at least some missing articles $ 1 5 4 8 0 0 t
., ... public. Council feels that ln ort lt
sus State.
derto malntain a
and money have been taken by outsiders who wan- jf0j t h e y e a r T 1 ^ e I 0 u 0 wlng is the
program of high
der
into have
schoola during
the day
or on Saturdays,
list by
of this
productions
which are paid Quality we must spend such sums 1 V I O N D A Y Fobmarv i?
If you
sentimental
attachment
for your for
sum:
K
elsewe
could
a student
body see
one- " " "8:30
re
L - . . . . ..._,!
»_i -A-.1
. /•__ . „ . . _ f „Two
- u.. major
Tu.
did for
Pearl Primus.
Where
i * " *A.M.—Religious
* . ruoruary n clubs radio program celebratproductions: fauzanne as
money, D O N ' T leave it around.
act p]ays ^ t n e y d o h e r e w l t n t n e
ing Brotherhood Week, WABY.
Silvercruys $250; Pearl Primus, o n i y financial angle the passing of
($500); these sums do not include the" har'lncld^ntallyT^he^money SATURDAY, February 15—
cost of advertising, tickets, pro- collected at our Tuesday night per6:30 P.M.—Junior banquet at Jack's Restaurant, Dr.
4g$jgfei. STATE COLLEGE NEW!
grams, etc.
formances does not go for more
Harvey Rice, speaker.
3 one-act plays presented by Ad equipment for A.D.; it is used to
Established May 1916
6:30 P.M.—Sophomore banquet at Circle Inn, Elton
vanced Dramatics;
make up the $000, we need to mainButler, speaker.
By the Class of 1918
Three-act play presentee, oy Ad tain our budget
vanced Dramatics;
It is because we have to reserve 8 D N D A Y > February 1 6 seats
MA
IA
TWO
Daces
In
the
Pedauoirueand
' T h e o n l j r o t h e r solution we 7 : 3 0 P.M.-Speakers Panel by Inter-Group CounVol. XXXI
February 14, 1947
d l at
needed $1548 Studeni; S i a U o n c n n t , l l n k o f f o r w o r k i n B a f a l r s y s ^ ^ Methodist Church. Topic,
m
oul
be f
Member
Distributor
supplies Council with $948. We must 'f ^ f
° r Student Assocla"Probing Our Prejudices."
aoolQted Colloglatt Prew
Collegiate Dlaest m a k e u p t h e o t h e r $ 6 0 0 " by s e m n g "on
give
•Viaoolo
t w i l l to
t~ r\
( r i i r / us
i i nthe
' t h entire
a m i l li./<amount
nvu>Aaa«_A
r our
it lla
budget. We would, however, TUESDAY, February 18—
Tinu untloraruiluate newaimper of tlio New York Htate Col- nnifPfs fn fhn Alhnnv
a y nnhiif
uml
s °
e for 'IVIIOIIITH; publfHliocI every Friday of the oolloRe ",.,? .,. . W . r,
,P ?' "
welcome anv suffKestions
lege for Tnuohom; publlHluul every Friday of the oolloRe ^^"°M"\
' ° " * " " " ' I J U " " ' - " l a welcome any suKKestions
12 Noon-12:30
P.M.—Recording hour ln Room 28,
Richardson.
year by llio NEWS llonrd for the Student AHHOCIIIIIOU. difficult to get Albanians to sup- vvl -' l - u "' t, ""> & U B K l '" 1 "''!
8:30 P.M.—Speakers Panel. Topic: "Cultural DiverPIIOIICH: ToMler, a-0!M8; l.uHock, S-1811; Pender, Ouriiiiy, port our productions with reserved
CLYDE COOK
sity vs. The Melting Pot," Roome 20,
MI12n, Kuni, 8-02S7I HkolHky, 4-ifli)7. Member* of the oew» s e a t s and without, it is practically
eiaff may he reached Tuos.. and Wed. from 7 to 11 ;30 P.M. impossible.
Schoolmates all:
Richardson.
n
Last year,
weAtried
it without
reserving
seats.
number
of the l n °tr»e the
year last
1946,Thursday
members of
of school
Mys WEDNESDAY—February 19—
The N t w i Board
students arrived early and saved a k a n i a and other talented perform7:30 P.M.—Hlllel meeting, Hlllel Hall, 441 Washinge
r
s
MANY r. TiaaiCR
.
.
.
. .
IDITOR.IN.CHHI> i a r g e number of seats for students
entertained a t the Albany Home
ton Avenue.
BERNARD M. aKOLSKV
. MANAQINO COITOR who arrived at the last minute. This P o r Children.
BENJAMIN REED
•uitNiai MAMAOIB incensed some of our Albany pa- I am very grateful to say that I THURSDAY, February 20—
LORNA KUNZ . . . .
CIRCULATION MANAOIR trons who had supported our pro- was able to help In their perform12 Noon-12:30 P.M.—Inter-Varsitv Noontim* w n r VIRGINIA DAV
.
tRORT.
IOITOI
ductions
regularly,
and
it
was
doubtance;
but
that
gesture
I
want
r
e
ship, Room 28 Richardson
MARTHA DUNLAY
.
.
.
ADVH.TI.INO MANAaiN fUl If they would come again unless peated periodically. We have a gift,
wonarason.
MARGERY RENDER
AoviRTiaiNa MANAOIR they were guaranteed reserved and that gift is the chance to do FRIDAY, February 21—
CAROL CLARK
.
.
ARCOCIATI aoiToa seats. Bince they (individually) oon- something for someone else.
8:30 P.M.—Varsity game Saint Michael* » OTfill .
ANN MAY
.
,
,
.
AaaociATi IDITON tribute more for the production, we
I would very much like to start an
state.
Micnaeis versua
• L L E N ROCHFOHD
AeeociAT* IOITOR feel that they should have good organization
which has as itsve motive
B
All eommMnleatlone ihogld he e.Klreiird to the editor ead seats.
VZu A,K
'
7we
, utried» to
r. please
K u an
• i. unselfish
« ^ " « " desire
"»«". »
B« «>
This year
to 1give
thesa SATURDAY, February 22-muni be aluned. Nemee win be withheld upon re.iu"" b o t h Albany and the students by kids a periodical entertainment.
6:30 P.M.—Senior banquet at Ten Evck Dr Harve*
The HTATB cou.KOW NKW8 iMiimee no rVepiinHlnlllty ony reserving 200 of the 1100 seats
Do you know any darn fool dttRice sneaker
"arvoy
for opinion, tjlirfiwd la ite coiumae or eommualntlone In Page Hall and then by letting the ties? Wanna try your hand a t glv8:30 PM.-Reltelous Oluha n * ™ .
a. ipft aapraaafaaa do not ne^a.erll, rafUot It. .lew
^ & m % g ( ^ t l m e ? H a V f l *»
*M- "eugious Oluba Dance.
8tudents | m ^ thoge ^atfl ^
— were left a t 8:30. Again we met op- old song books you dlnna' want?— SUNDAY, February 2J—
*^a>-»
position; by allowing those seats See Charles Miller, '4»,
3:00 PJ^.—Inter-Sororlty Tea, Lounge.
Faith vs. Sense
GammunUxdianl
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1S47
EEP Triumphs Over Finks;
Lead Basketball League
Wood
GuU
•AOI
Peggy B/ufhai A$ Marty
Accepts Winhr Crown
Now they've done it! George
VI has his crown, Royal Cola
has It's crown, and now. . . King
Winter has his, too. Amid the
armorous "ah's" of attractive
admirers, State's first King of
Winter Carnival was crowned at
the WAA formal Saturday night.
The Age of Chivalry" bounded back into circulation last
week and State's men donned
their best bib's and tucker's
ln order to impress the judges.
As a member of WAA was heard
to remark—"Gee, He even suggested going to the Boul—his
treat." Something new had been
added!
As the orchestra struck up the
strain, two pages entered the
gym carrying golden scepters.
The dancers formed a n aisle
from the velvet covered throne
to the entrance. Then tremendous turmoil thundered as Mr.
Martin Bortnick, accompanied
by his fiancee, Miss Margaret
Ann Russell, marched majestically to the throne and was
crowned States first King Winter.
•
GamKap,Pierce,
Psi Gam Lead
In Basketball
By FRANK WOODWORTH
Tally 55 To Finks' 5 1 ,
There have been many complaints
The official re-opening of t h e
about the lack of publicity for the
Hansen High Scorer
1947 basketball season took place
men's intramural basketball league,
Tuesday night when Chi Slg bowed
so we will try to summarize the
E.EJP.
to Beta Zeta, 4-7, and Tommy
first round of play as it has apMoore
defeated Newman Hall, 12-9.
FG P P T P
peared to us. As we predicted
The following night Gamma Kapearlier in the season, the fraternity
Feeney
4
3 11
pa Phi beat Kappa Delta, 17-4,
league produced better basketball,
Hansen, P
8
2 18
Farrell House lost a hard fought
Bortnick
7
2 16
all games considered — but not
game to Pierce Hall, 17-21, and
0
0
0
enough better to allow us to take Tonight the purple and gold of Miller, 0
Sayles Hall trounced St. Thomaa
Mullen
6
0
10
much credit for the prediction. The State will clash with Brooklyn Poly
More House, 28-8.
games have been pretty ragged up Tech ln Page and on Tuesday eveSorority League
Totals
24
7 55
to this point. The most noticeable ning, State will take on Siena again
Beta Zeta played willing ball
thing about the two leagues is theat Loudonvllle.
FINKS
against Chi Slg. Dodge, '47, was high
amount of interest reflected in the Brooklyn in mid-season ran up a
scorer for BZ and Dunlay, '47, and
attendance or the student body. nine game winning streak that was
FG P P T P
Freel, '50, tied for high score for
There has been considerable in- only stopped last Saturday at Tucker
3
0 6
Chi Slg.
terest in the frat league especially Brooklyn by Unon 59-58. Previous McLaren
0
0
0
Wednesday night Gamma Kap
in the recent Potter Club-Fink to that Poly Tech had beaten both Woodworth
6
3 15
downed Kappa Delt to tie with Pal
game. Apparently the boys in theRPI and Union in earlier games,
Ruback
2
0
4
Gamma for first place in the
other
league
don't
have girl The opening game will pit the Jr. Poulos
0
1 2
sorority league. Day, '47, cleared the
friends—or pledges.
Varsity against Kappa Delta Rho. Gipp
4
0
8
hoops for four points and Quinn,
Rmuiing Account
Lisker and Beninati will pace the Dooly
0
0 0
'48, was high scorer tallying six
The first game of the IM season J.V.'s while Privett and Stone will Olivet
7
1 15
points for Gamma Kap.
resulted in a 46-18 win for Potter try to chalk up a win for KDR.
O'Leary
1
0 2
Group House League
Club over Kappa Delta Rho. Mul- .Siena. Contest
Reed
0
0 0
In the group house league, Tomlin was high for EEP with 1!) In Tuesday nights contest, State
my More, captained by De Lisioo,
points and Privett tallied 10 for the will try to defeat Siena on their
23
5 51
Totals
'48, emerged victorious over Newlor.ers. In the other league the home court. The last time these
man Hall with Seaman, '49, scorFouls: E.E.P. 7 of 9; Finks 5 of 9.
Orads had an easy win over the teams met, Siena emerged as the
ing a 4 point high for Newman and
Coming from behind in the secSocial Studies combination. (The winner 79-42.
De Lisio, '48, high scorer for Tomscore for this game is not, available This was States first inter-col- ond half, E.E.P. nosed out a stubmy More.
because someone neglected the legiate contest and with its exper- born Fink five Monday night, 55-51.
The most exciting game of the
"Both
teams
battled
on
even
terms
lineup and score of the R.S. team ience the results should be different
in the long-awaited clash and the WAA Council held their first week was played between Pierce
in the scoreboik). Hermans cored Tuesday
Hall and Farrell House—both pre18 ol the Grads 41 points. The next
Siena has recently won five game wasn't decided until the clos- meeting of the new semester Thurs- viously undefeated.
Both teams
game of th? frat league was be-straight pared by Torncello and ing minutes of play.
day, February 11. Coaches for showed excellent passwork and
tween Kappa Bc'a anrl Kappa Del- Bruda in the forward slots, G ft. Leading off by scoring an early Frosh Rivalry teams were chosen shooting with Davidson, '47, starta Rho. KViR had a relatively ens;, 7 in. George Weber in the center goal, the Finks stayed
ahead and the profit made on the "Snow ring for Pierce Hall with a ninetime of it and finished at the lonp position, "nd Fabozzi and Lange in throughout the first quarter. Wood- Ball" was considered.
teen point tally. The Farrell House
end of a 27-11 score IndivKlird the guard posts.
The "Snow Ball" netted a surplus squad matched play for play but
work
and Gipp provided the
scoring was well split in this game State students will he admitted Finks .'e ting punch while Bort- of $40, this was voted upon by thefailed to overcome the sure scoring
with Badvii loppin:* with 8 points. with their student tax card and 75c. nick, A • Urn and Fenney were council and the following division of Pierce. Smith, '50, led Farrell
The league "A" 'jnme was a close Arrangements will be made for the scoring'.o:EEP.
made: $15 for Student Union, House team with six points. With
one between the SS boys aivi the ardent basketball fans who want to
$15 for the WAA banquet, and $10 this victory, Pierce Hall holds first
for new equipment for Camp John- place in the group house league.
Sophs with I lie nod going to the vo by bus.
Poulos Breaks Tie
ston.
Sophs, 24-22. Kittredge and Zan-Past Games
The final game of the night was
Alter set from the side, Hansen
ehelli scored 9 and 8 points respecLast week end saw State go down
As in former years, coaches for won by Sayles Hall with Pless, '49,
tively for the Sonhs and Walsh to defeat in their contests away. In and Bortnick layed up shots in the the coming rivalry games were ap- piling up thirteen pr;ints as Tommy
scored 8 for the SS team. Sigma the first game State lost to Con- second quarter. Fenney followed pointed to manage the frosh teams. More tried in vain to stop the
Lambda Sigma took the measure of necticut State Teachers College of with a hook from the side as EEP The Junior coaches for basketball Partridge Street six. De Lisioo, '48,
Kappa Beta to the tune of 33-1G. New Britain 81-37. Firsh with 19 drew ahead only to have the Finks are Diehl and Quinn; swimming, was highscorer for Tommy More,
Chase led SLS with 10 points and points failed to shorten the slaugh- knot the score. George Poulos came Tilden; and ping-pong, A. Fischer. clearing four points.
Rabineau scored 6 for KB. Por the ter. American Internationa! College ln just In time to break the tie and
first time the Grads were chal- of Springfield, Mass. was States end the half: Finks 27, EEP 26.
lenged by the Senior-Junior team, other opponent Saturday night and
After the intermission Hansen
but managed to come through with defeated them 99-47. Fersh with began
to find the range and EEP
a 32-25 win. Hermans again led 28 points was high scorer.
drew ahead, this time to stay. Olithe Grads with 18 counters and
vet and Woodworth matched HanBarber tossed in 11 for his team. might be added that this game was sen'?: shots but Bortnick and Mullin
The Finks took the measure of closer than the final score would combined to give EEP the close
KDR 32-25 in a well conducted indicate.
decision.
LEATHER AND TUFIDE
game.
The final game of the first round
Slaughter
was a postponed game between the
ZIPPER NOTEBOOKS
In a Saturday game EE" power- Finks and the EEP team. The Boy's Intramural League Standing
housed a 50-13 derision over SLS. Finks surprised the experts by givHanson scored 18 points for Potter ing I he EEP boys a run for their Fraternity
Club. Hipplck accounted for G ofmoney. According to observers, this Team
Won
Lost
his team's points.
game was the best of the current EEP
4
0
The Senior-Junior combination season. The final score favored Finks
3
1
beat the SS learn 3G-22 wi'h Bar- EEP by a 55-51 margin. Hansen led KDP
2
2
ber scoring 75 points for the win- with 18 points for EEP while Olivet SLS
1
3
ners and Trainor leading his team and Woodworth scored 15 each for KB
0
4
with 11.
i he Finks.
The Finks had a clo;>e one with Conclusion
Non Fraternity
KB but managed to eke out a 40-3!) We expect that the 2nd round Team
Won
Lost
win in spile of a 4th quarter scor- will be an improvement over the Grads
3
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ing spurt spearheaded bv Koblenz 1st round. We also urge fellows to Sen.-Jr
2
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1
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with 15 points. Rubach led thein both leagues.
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KB. Feenev led EEP with 22 points. : 20 So. PEARL STREET
Waxman made 9 for KB.
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Tn the other league the Sr.-Jr.
overcame the Sophs, 32-19. Barber
again paced his team with 10
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points while Kittredge scored 7 for
the Sophs.
The Finks continued to win bv
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D & A , Pi Gamma M u
IGC Schedules
QootU 0* *IU» Qtdtt/I* Elect New Members
Clyde Cook, '47, President of DraSpeakers, Panels,
matics and Art Council, has anThe Religious Clubs will Join to nounced the election of four new
a dance in the gym 8-12 members to the council. Pi Gamma
Service Program sponsor
P i t , Saturday, February 23.
Mu, national honorary social sciCouncil To Cooperate
In Brotherhood Week
• • *
Iittersorority Council will present its annual tea Sunday, Febf^_« . — u . — . u-*'-i- ..„,<«. tv,» TMBiy 23, from 3-5 P.M. The puri
K
,
* " ? * • £ * ? 5 ? pose of this tea is to afford the
• S h ? H £ r ^ ^ H ^ © ? L J » pledges of the various sororities an
will be sponsored »W^tot«-G«up S pp 7rtuhity to become better acCouncil next week. The council is l UJfS.i
ni..A
also cooperating with the National i B , n w i a , , ,
Conference of Christians and Jews M j £ n e x t m e e t l n o n r a t t a v
to observance of Brotherhood^Weefc ^ S H i t f * 2 6 a t 3 : 3 0 P M m t h e
The Community Service program is j ^ g e , Spanish Club wiU show two
underway for second semester, ac- f U m . . S c h o o l s to the South." and
cording to Alice Williams, '48.
" P e 0 ples of Two Worlds."
Speakers Panel
• • •
Sunday evening, a speakers* pancommerce Club will hold its banel, "Probing Our Prejudices", will be q u e t a t Howard Johnson's on Cenpresented at Trinity Methodist tral Avenue, Wednesday, February
Church for the young adult group. 26, at 6 P.M.
Members of the panel are Marie
» • »
Grieco, Gloria Enea, and Mary Ale- The date for the Annual State
thia Cheatham, Sophomores. The p a i r has been set for March 15.
second panel is scheduled for Tues* • »
day at 3:30 in Room 2, Richardson,
D I \ Carl Folkers, a Director of
with Lorna Kunz and Louis Rabin- Research at the Merck Company,
eau, Seniors, and Elolse Worth, '48, w m s p e a k at the Health Laboraas panel members. The topic for dis- tory in Albany, Tuesday, February
cussion is "Cultural Diversity vs. 25. His topic is "Streptomycin" and
The Melting Pot".
all State students have been Invited.
Community Service Program
The meeting is sponsored by the
Alice Williams, '48, has announc- New York section of the American
ed that the Community Service pro- Chemical Society.
gram has been launched for the
• • *
new semester. A sheet will be placEmory Tooly, Secretary-Treasured on the IGC buletin board so that er of the Grad Club, has announced
those who wish to help may sign that the club now has a bulletin
up Students who are interested in board opposite the men's locker
volley ball, chorus, debating, voca- room In lower Draper where club
tional guidance are particularly notices will be posted. Notices of a
card
needed.
P a r t v > t o D e h e l d m Pierce Hall,
The
National Conference of will be placed In the student mall
Christians and Jews has announced boxes.
that the week of February 16-23 has
been set aside for the annual observance of Brotherhood Week. This
year the theme Is "BrotherhoodPattern For Peace". In the words
of President Truman, Its purpose is
"to affairm anew the principles of
brotherhood."
Myskania has announced the method by which the Sophomore and
freshman Big-8 presentations will
be judged for rivalry points. This
has been done in an effort to clarify the confusion which has arisen.
There are three major considerations on which each production will
originality, execution,
Miss Mary Alberts, Head of Stu- be judged:
dent Employment Bureau, has an- and audience appeal. After these
nounced five January placements points have been determined, a miThree of those securing positions are nor consideration will be given to
Graduates, and the remaining two class participation and enthusiasm,
are Seniors
Eight points will be given to the riNelle Glod, Grad, will teach so- val class winning the Big-8.
cial studies at Oxford. Henry Ger-
ence society, also held an election
this week, selecting Marion Hancock, '48, secretary, according to
Eleanor Durbeck, '47, president.
The students elected to Dramatics
and Art Council include Arthur
Russell, '48, and Catherine Grant,
John Lubey, and Mary Jane Paris,
Sophomores.
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George Kunz '47, President of
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,
. ... that
. .
23 new members have been initiated
and two pledges added to the roll
The informal initiation was held
Saturday, and the formal Initiation Tuesday night in the Lounge.
The climax of the informal initiation was a reviewing of the trophies collected in the scavenger
hunt in Washington Park.
Jacob Schulle, '49,
and Orson
Dunham, '50, were pledged after
the formal inltiaiton.
A,r^o»,pr^
(Continued from Page 1, Column 3)
names expressed the view that the
demonstration Indicated the teachers were getting "angrier and angrler at any attempt to delay action." They agreed that the resolutlon was allright, but Mrs. Healy
should have allowed time for discussion which was given to speakers from the legislature.
Larry Murray, a reporter for the
"Schenectady Gazette" stated that
he felt the only thing accomplished
by the meeting was a display of
dlsumty
among
the New York
teachers,
sState
tatfi
which
teachers, which
will hinder,
_ fche e f f ( j r t 8 f o r
mther
th£m
leglslative nctlon on salary b00sts.
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To Meet Drew
Of Local Newspaper On Cheating
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SA Schedules
Class Of '47 Will Stage
Business Session
Last Annual Banquet
For Assembly
A Student Association business
Dr. Rice Named
meeting will be held In assembly
this morning to discuss the MAA
line transfer resolution which was
Guest Speaker
Introduced last Friday and tabled
Chemical Society
To Meet Tuesday
In Health Labs
1
1
Is your radio old and worn out?
Is it suffering from excess static
condition? . . . laryngitis? Well,
nere's a chance to get rid of it.
The R a d i o
Communications
class of the Physics Department
is asking for any old radios,
from crystal sets with earphones
to the latest style radio-vie combination.
If any one nas any of the
aforementioned he would like to
contribute, will he please put a
note to that effect on Mr. Arthur
P. Jones' desk in Room 156,
Huested, and he will see to It
that it or they are collected.
It's a good cause and here's a
chance to contribute toward the
training of the future Edisons
of State.
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VOL. XXXI NO. IB
Declares Policies
On British Stand
n Palestine Issue
1
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Radio Communications Class
Seeks Radio-Any Condition
x
TOMORROW
Clubs Schedule
Banquet, Movie
n T r r y
-
Religious Clubs
Schedule Dance
I omorrow Nisht
ALBANY, NEW YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 1 , 1B47
BANQUET
for one week. Voting for two deleShiriey Williams and Rita Shapgates to attend the Plattsburg ConSeniors Will Celebrate
iro, General Chairmen for the SCAference, March 6-8, will also take
Hilltl uance to be held in the gym
Event
Tomorrow Night
place.
this Saturday night, have announced
Last Friday, Dorothy Sturzenbertheir theme and committees. SoloAt Ten Eyclc Hotel
ger, '47, read a report in assembly
mon Minsburg has also stated that
from the committee which was a p The Senior Banquet will be held
Hiliei is sending two representatives
pointed by Student Council to intomorrow evening at 6:00 P. M. In
to a Zionist Youth Conference in
vestigate the financial condition of
the main dining room of the Ten
Buffalo this weekend.
varsity athletics. The committee
Eyck Hotel, according to the coCharolette Goldstein, '48, will be
found that: contracts for varsity
chairmen, Conoepta Zumbo and
in charge of the tickets for the
games are made during the period
Frank Woodworth. Dr. Harvey Rice,
dance and her committee will confrom December to March previous
Professor of History, will be guest
sist of Marian Frost and Samuel
to the school year in which the
speaker with Harold Gould as MasScott, Seniors, Myra Rosenberg,
games are to be played. The budter of Ceremonies.
Irma Rosen, Barbara Hyman, and
get is not submitted to Student
Miriam Millman, Juniors; Marie
Entertainment to Feature Skit
Association until May which means
Holz and Rose Rosen, Sophomores;
Jean Elting, Chairman of the
that
these
contracts
must
be
made
Robert Freyer, Lorice Ann Shaine,
entertainment committee, has anwithout
MAA
having
any
assurance
Lois Basset, Ann Morgan, and Lanounced t h a t there will be a skit
that the money for expenses incurVerne Cooley, freshmen.
Plan Sleighride, Roast red
entitled, "Bessie Makes Her Choice,"
under these contracts will be
Catherine Grant, '49, will be
or "The Best Man Won." Janice
In Troy For Commuters made available under the MAA budchairman of the publicity, with MolGoodrich, Julie Collier, Margery Ann
get approved in May. The resoluly Kramer, Marilyn Skolsky, and
CONCEPTA ZUMBO
Pender, J. Michael Hippick, Clyde
Commerce
Club,
Pan
Amigos,
and
ommended
by
the
comt
l
o
n
a
s
reC
Shirley Levine, Seniors, Stanley AbCook and William Marsland will all
Club forhave announced m i t t e e i s . " Res olved, that the line
rams, '48, Joy Simon, Alvin Feld- tCommuters
compete for the leads.
neir
schedules
""
activities
for
varsity
Athletics
under
the
for
man, Sophomores, and Seymour U l e n e x t f e w w e e k s
After the skit there will be an
„, , .
,„ MAA budget be submitted to StuFersh, '50, serving on her committee
A ,,
unannounced selection of songs by
Refreshments will be taken care , A, ^ T ^ T 6 C J u T b , " " T L " ? dent Association in December of
Muriel Rubin and Gloria Thompo f T AnTelee3 Levin? % " * f f i J ^
£ T ? K h " WiUifm ^ school year previous to the year
son, followed by group singing of
S
t a k e effeCt
man, Florence Simon Jean Heging- g g j ^ J . ^ a l c h a i r S n ^ J? ^
* j *
class and school songs.
T o E l e c t Dcle
ates
er, and Mane Balfort Juniors, Ar- t h e a f f a i r
<f
A U c o m m e r c e students
Guests to Attend
lene and Hortense Zeilengold, Soph- a r e l n v i t e d to attend and may sign Two delegates, a Senior, and a
Faculty guests present a t the
omores, and Abraham Trop, Geral- u p o n t h e t , u u e t i n board on the Junior, will be chosen to represent
banquet will Pbei JMiss
Futterdine Cooperman, Selma Kadel, t h i r d f l o o r o f D r a p e r . ^
S l cAgnes
JT
S h
n a m e o f state at the Plattsburg Conference
M olly Kramer, '47, President of e T & S S t
freshmen.
euest speaker
sneaker has not yet
vet been March 6-8. Those who have been Rranripis ni,,h m k h . . t~ ct«+„ n,* £v. assistant troiessor or angiisn,
the guest
Shirley Williams, '48 wm, be in announced,
plan nominated to attend are: Seniors, K ^ ^ S p o S s ' o f t l m b ^ n £
: ; n „ = : ^ n and
r - t ustudents
d e n t r wwho
h o plan'
$ % ^ J f ^ £ S R
charge of decorations, assisted b y tou go dshould S watch the bulletin Cellna Axelrodj Betty Rose Hilt J. connection with the fact that the s t o d i n K ^ P r o f e s s o T oT'Economics
..lenor Blnn, '47, Dolores Shlndel- t , o a r d for announcements concern- Michael Hippick, and Philip Lash- organization has planned no active a n T s o d o l o ^
Economics
.m, Betty Brebeck and ^Doris
. . * iing
transportation and other de- ln'nsky;
W,
Juniors,
Juniors, iwervyn
Mervyn MCUIUITOCK
McClintock program
program in
in collaboration
collaboration with
with
a™1™**ng
..wks '48, Gloria Malstelman and t a l l s . Tickets for the dinner are and Alice Williams.
Brotherhood Week sponsored by the ¥ Joseph
..
, . „ „ „ . '49, „and ,„Betty
•
v Francello,
; ris Price, 49, and Rhoda Ftiber, $ 2 1 5 p e r p e rson. Nona Vimmer- Announce Appointments
National Conference^of Christians oJ f' t Vaughn,
48, both ex-Presidents
he
resent
' lma Rosenberg, Barbara Rosen, s t e d t . 4 7 i i s i n c h a r g e o f entertainAt a Student Council meeting and Jews.
P
Senior class, will be
:1,men
'
, ,
,..„
,,, u , m e n t a n d J o h n Brophy, '47, will Marian Mieras, '48, was appointed Miss Kramer states: "American a m , o n & i*}e non-faculty guests, as
h mas Lisker, 49, will be In h a n c U e p U D l i c i t y.
of seventy-five colleges w e " ? s Mrs- Harvey Rice.
to
g e t a list from Dr. Ellen Stokes, students
. lge of the Clean-Up Committee. P a n A m i g o s sponsors Movies
Dean of Women, of possible dates and universities protested Britain's T i c * e t s „ f o r ™* banquet will be
.ta Shapiro, 48, has announced T wo movies, "Schools to the for a Studenjt-Faculty Tea this policy in Palestine this past Wed- oo fn tfh?el e Ca 1o 1m dmaoyn st o d a a?tr i n ™e b a l c o n y
h . t the George Washington Day S o u t r i , "
and, "People of Two semester, and the appointment nesday, cutting classes to particiW-M P«r per) nee will feature a four-piece band W orlds," are to be shown in the committee was asked to name a pate in rallies led by faculty mem- s o n "
• misting of a tenor sax, piano, Lounge Tuesday under the spon- Senior student to take the place of bers and student leaders of the
' "
drums, and a guitar. There will SO rship of Pan Amigos. Bertha Helen Honeycomb, who was head Intercollegiate Zionist Federation
;Uso be tables set up for those who W akin, '47, President of Pan Amigos, of the Student Appointment Bu- of America.
would like to play cards during the h a s ^ - i t e d everyone to attend as reau, but who graduated in Janu"The Palestine issue flared up
evening.
these movies may prove of value to ary.
anew as the British clamped marThe representatives that will at- s t U dents interested in South Amer- J a m e s C o n l e y a n d C e l i n a ^ 1 . tlal law on Palestine, terrorizing
York
thisconference
weekend are
Use Glucktend the
in western
New i c a a n d i t s m 0 d e s of life.
seniors, were appointee! to the county in search of members
rod,
stadt, '49, and Adele Gerow, '50
Commuters Plan Sleighride
write a letter to the Knickerbocker o f the underground, and forcibly
Audrey Bopp, '47, President of News in protest to the recent article departing
Jewish immigrants on
(ContinuedonPageS,
Columns)
(Continued from Pages, Column2) l w ? f i ? u l ! ? p e a n ^ n i p s t 0 C y P r u s ' a
"
British deportation camp
"Although Dov Gruner received a A meeting of the Eeastern New
stay of execution, the evacuation of York Section of the American
British civilians and the reinforce- Chemical Society will be held Tuesment of the troops in Palestine, day, February 24, at 8:80 P. M. In
created a new, tense situation, es- the New York State Department
pecially in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, of Health Laboratories, New ScotMary Ellen Diener, '47, President
When the "Athlit" was sighted near land Avenue with Dr. Karl Folkof Debate Council, has announced
.„,,
, , ,,
,
...
..
Haifa, the entire city was nlaced ers, Director of Organic and Blot
that the Council is sponsoring an
'There is not much cheat ing here In answer to the same question an- u n d e r '
U i l el troops boarded chemical Research as guest speakf
intercollegiate debate between State at State as compared to other col- other reply was, "Yes, I cheat once t h _ h i t'
™.
"', r~ ",„" "f= «r r>r n w n r v T nnfnrri P m L w
College and Drew University of leges." This is one response given in a while, but only on some stupid £
S o r ation i i n i r l m several of" Chemistry was l o S t o t e d
tolSl
Madison, New Jersey, Thursday, In answer to a query by NBWS re- exam."
p e o n l f fn the ensulna ?av
tewMtailTwipS
February 27, at 7 P. M. in the porters who conducted a survey
The NEWS survey revealed that ' *We 1are a? nation
„ ! S who
?, h „ believe
w
or w.chairman
i. pat
in node,unexpired
who was term
previously
Lounge. Debate Council has also among one hundred students.
the distribution of opinion is as every man's right of life and lib- of the Eastern Section.
announced the appointment of sevThis poll was motivated by an follows; based on 100 students.
erty. We do not believe in using Dr. Folkners graduated from the
csral new officers.
article which appeared recently in
ciass
Much Some None force when other means have not University of Illinois In 1928, and
The argument for the debate is, one of the local papers, stating that Grads
41%
been tried. Therefore, let us pro- received his Ph.D. degree from the
0%
59%
"Resolved: that labor be given a in regard to cheating at State, the
22%.
test this tyranny of a defenseless University of Wisconsin In 1934. In
77%
'47
VA
direct share in the management of freshmen seldom cheat, the Sopho16%,
minority by one nation. Let's write 1940 he was the co-recelplent of the
83%
'48
l'i;
lndustry." Stanley Abrams and mores and Juniors cheat a little,
33%
to our Senators Ives and Wagner, Mead Johnson and Company award
00%
'49
!'•/,
Donald Bergln, Juniors, will uphold some Seniors become skilled at it,
40%
or to General Marshall and urge for research on Vitamin B Com50%
'50
10%
the negative side for State. A pre- and the Grads are the worst of all.
them to take action and prevent plex, and in 1941 received the A.C.8.
liminary debate will be held beIt is the general opinion of the
By the above figures it Is clearly more infringements on personal award in pure chemistry. Dr. Folktween two freshmen and two Soph- students Interviewed that there is evident that most students think rights by Great Britain in Pales- ners will discuss the "Chemistry of
omores on a humorous topic.
some cheating, but nothing to be- there is some cheating going on. H*51""'*pf . . T 1 ! " ~oVp^HnnV
Streptomycin" Tuesday night.
Drew Plans to Interview Dewey
come alarmed about. Two students The Grads responded highest among
____!____
Dr. Lanford has urged all stuThe Drew University squad Is who were approached with the ques- those who stated that there is no
dents to attend the meeting Tuescoming to State after a debate at tlon gave out with, "I do not think cheating, and were the only ones
day and it should be of particular
Columbia, and they have scheduled cheating at State is extensive, who did not feel that much cheating Name Two Instructors
interest to science majors.
further meets with Harvard and Everyone is Intelligent enough to is going on. The freshmen seemed T
F
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Brown universities, While in Al- know that Is not worthwhile."
to feel that there is quite a bit of | O r f l C U l t y V d C f l n C I C S
bany, the Drew squad plans to inAn answer similar to the above it, but many, on being questioned
Myikanie Warns Freihmen
terview Governor Dewey.
was, "If you do cheat, It does not replied, "I really have not been Mr. James G. Jones has been apAnnounce New Officers
get you far on the exams we have here long enough to know."
pointed Instructor of Social StuMyskania announces that Audrey
Two new members, Samuel Scott, here." SJill another reply that
According to the abo'T survey, dies and Mr. Carl Lindbacher has Hartman, '50, has received a warn'47, and Stanley Abrams, '48, have came out was, "Ii all depends on the students do not feel that State's beenr named Instructor of English ing for her second offense in viobeen elected to Debate Council, the teacher's attitude toward the to-be teachers are destined to be to ill the vacancies left by th<? lation of State College tradition. A
while the new officers appointed in- students and also the way in which professional cheaters. Students also rosiijnaiiona of Mr. Alfred G. Har- second offense, according to tradiclude: Secretary, Marilyn Thomp- the course Is treated."
expressed the opinion that there is rls and Mr. James Skelton, respec- tlon, results in a warning from
son, '48; and publicity chairman,
When asked if he cheated, one cheating among all college students, tlvely.
Myskania that such a violation is
Abrams. The new debate coach for student replied, "Well, if someone but the amount here at our own Mr. Jones came to State following not to be repeated and the publithe Council is Mr. Carl Limbacher, puts a paper in front of you, you college is very small in comparison his graduation from West Virginia cation of the violator's name in
Instructor of English.
are not going to Ignore it, are you?" to that in the other colleges,
(Continued on Page S, Columns)
the STATE COLLEGE NEWS.
Seniors Obtain
Teaching Jobs
vllle, and Joseph Levin, Grad, will
be an Instructor In science at Amltyville. Doris Qulnn, '47, has secured a position Instructing in mathematics and science at Rouses
Polnt, while Paul Skerritt, '47, will
teach French and English at Roessleville.
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On Zionism In Buffalo
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In Big-8 Rules
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