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'41, president of ; Telephone 4-2290
Kappa Delta Rho, has announced
that the fraternity will sponsor a
A f m O r N S O O f Art Work
danoe tonight from. 8 to 11 P. M.
tsUtMbton, W crewman
Miss Ruth Hutchln* AstliUnt for fraternity members and guests.
Professor
of
Fine
Arts,
has
stated
Brophy, '48, Is general chairG>nfeirencc that the Art 4 class wUl present a John
man of the affair.
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Impressionistic Drama,
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Tuesday Night Series
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temporary system of representa- . J e a n • - £ " * • graduate, will
tlon as was set up, State College p£wh„Eh8Ush
at Hyde Park, and
has been allowed one voting dele- ? u l Merrltt, graduate, has acceptgate and a limitless number of ob- p«* a position as science teacher at
servers. Their discussions centered J»e Bush. The following members
around college academic and social ot *f • c l a s:s ° f v,J'gm*m
Placed
life, racial discrimination, over-sub- f»u s °U°Wf
June Bodach,
CinclnnaM
he ia s;
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sidization of college athletics, dvil * ' t l ** ,? ^ ,. ^ i ™bury>
right, of students and faculty, the <South Oteellc, EniMsh; Joan Hawes,
development of democratic and £ & * . * *Do
g "Bl* "J* English;b r Ritafunctional types of student self-gov- a b e t n M°
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erninerit on all campuses, and equal vMary *° P> Schuylerville, English;
opportunities for primary, secon- v,h;ginto
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dary, and higher education.
A - *lence; and Robert Teeter,
Amityville, Commerce.
ALBANY, NEW YORK,
Bridge Games In Lounge
Make Spanish "Interesting"
Dos oros, un basto, paso, dos
sin triunfos—that, amigos, is one
way of opening a bridge game in
Spanish.
And nor Dios why would anyone want to play bridge in Spanish? Well according to all the
college catalogues, one of the
aims of a modern language
course is to enable the student to
converse fairly well in that language. Dr. Childers, Professor in
Spanish, decided that, since most
college students can play bridge,
this would be a good way to accomplish the purpose. And so
the alegres companeros were in
the Lounge this week during
their class periods to apostar
contra adversarios, (or in other
words the joyful partners were
in the Lounge to bid against
their opponents.)
Ah well, we don't do anything
like that in Greek class, but
then, the Latins always did have
a reputation for doing work the
easy way.
ews
FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1947
ORGANIZED
Philip Lashinsky, '47, and Alice
Williams, '48, will represent State
College at the Plattsburg Conference March 6-8. Both candidates
were elected on the first distribution.
652 x 100
Quota =
f- 1 = 32601
1+ 1
Class of 1947
1st
Axelrod
18300
Hippick
13200
Lashinsky
32700
Blanks
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VOL. XXXI NO. 17
State Delegates
Attend Session
A t Plattsburg
Rival Debaters To Vie
For Points In Assembly
Ruth Bentley, Philip Lashinsky,
Seniors, and Alice Williams, '48,
left last night to attend the second
Intra-State Teachers' College Conference which is being held at
Plattsburg State Teachers College
and at which each of the 11 colleges
will be represented by two to four
delegates. The conference opens
tins mornimr at a
A M.
M and win
this
A.
tnis morning
morning at 9s» A.
M. and will
win
continue until late Sunday morning,
_
..
.
4i, u
^ e J ^ e ' ^ y P r ° 8 r a m will be
divided into two phases. Among
the social
weekend
are buffet
dinners,
activities
scheduled
for
banquets, and a dance at Champlain College tomorrow night, and
topics for student discussion will
center around social machinery, enforcement of rules
of standing cornJUJS-tSlfanH
h U I 0 both
" ' ^freshman
r Z n
mittees, and hazing,
Forum Revises
Code To Provide
For Expansion
How To Enter Doors,
Will Furnish Theme
The freshman and Sophomore
classes will clash in assembly this
morning in the traditional rivalry
debate as both teams seek to
Advanced Dramatics will present
increase the rivalry score by 2%
two plays next Tuesday night in the
points for their class. The topic
Page Hall auditorium, starting at
1
F°™m
held
a
reorganization
bw"
e r s o**•
f "Resolved, that allI mem8:30 P. M. The first, under the di„
mankind shall go through
Wedrii>sdav a0Cordine to
rection of Grace Jones, *48, will be
meeting weanesaay, according toa r s backwards" At a SoDhomore
Irma Rosen, '47, Speaker, in order ° ° oacKwaras. At a eopnomore
a symbolic and impressionistic allrevision of the Forum c l a s s . meeting Wednesday noon,
egory of life; Mary Telian, '47, will
to d i
were made
to fill the
J
produce "Salome", by Oscar Wilde.
constitution and to draw up a nominations
"- resigna"" " schedule which will enable the or- vacancy' left by. the recent
In Miss Jones' play, the characganization to operate on a larger " o n , ° f t R ? b , ^ t s o n G ' B a k e r > M
ters will be abstract ideas and the
scale.
The next atT-wT
meeting will be President of 49.
J££Wednesday,"
cast will include Arthur Collins, '47,
P. M. in Freshman speakers will be Charles
as Life; Alice Prindle, '48, as Inthe Lounge.
Margolin, Arnold Rice, and Heinz
experience, and Louise McArdle, '49,
will portray the role of Experience.
b eIn the future, Forum activities will Engel, while Marie Grieco, Thomas
conducted through committees.
and Henry O'Mara will repThe supporting cast will consist of
^ r Lisker,
These committees ami their ^
e s e n t ' t h e 0 1 a s s o f .49. T h e f r e s £_
Arthur Russell, '43, George Poulos,
ana soror ty.
m e n m C ] U C | e : education and labor, men are to speak on the negative
'47, Eleanor Holbig, '48, Dolores
Topics
for
Discussion
Jennie Drivas, '47, and Mervyn Mc- side and the Sophomores will uphold
Kloster, '49, and Ellen Fay, '48.
Other subjects that were suggest- clintock, '48; finance and public the affirmative, the three-man team
ed include: plans for new buildings affairs, Shirley Webb, '48, and Ruth for each class consisting of two
The committees for this play are
on campus, campus for State Teach- p r j C e ; '49; foreign affairs, Cecilia speakers and a rebuttal speaker.
Barbara Dunker, '48, lights and sets,
ers Colleges, a cut system, financing Coleman, Marion Hancock, Mary Each person will be allowed four
B. J. Schoonmaker and William
.
,
of athletics, budget systems in the j a n e smallin and Eugene McLaren, minutes and the rebuttals will be
Baldwin, '48, and Alice Knapp Ran- .
dall, '47, costumes, Paul Barselou, A Hminictcatrtrc
schools, housing and a collegiate juniors; activities, Frances Sowa, allowed three minutes. Judges will
'47, make-up, Mary Telian, '47, pub- /\\JmllllaUaiUla
syndicate of newspapers.
Marian Mieras, Juniors; Soap Box, be Mr. Carl Lindbacher, Miss Vilicity, and Grace Jones, '48, will be
Exchange Views
Joyce Simon, '49, and Dorothy vian Hopkins, Instructors in EngIn charge of the house.
The general purposes of the con- Wade, Gloria Rand, Juniors; daily lish, Mary Ellen Diener, Betty Rose
ference are to exchange views of news report, Wilma Diehl, Sylvia Hilt, and Marian Vitullo, Seniors.
The cast of Salome, in order of
Dean Milton G. Nelson has been college life, to keep informed as to Fisher, Janice Todt, Juniors, and
.
appearance, will be Arthur Collins,
•47, as the Syrian, Tony Prochilo, attending the annual convention of what other colleges are doing, and John Faye, '49.
Nominate For President
'50, the page, Robert Bottemley, '49, the American Association of School to talk over problems which have Report on Resolution
Those who were nominated at the
and George Christy, '50, the sol- Administrators in Atlantic City this arisen on individual campuses and At the next meeting Alice Ran- Sophomore meeting were: Joseph
diers, Everson Kinn, '49, Capado- week. A four-year college educa- their solutions.
dal, Bertha Wakin, Seniors, and Francello, Everson Kinn, Robert
cion, Earle Snow, '47, John the Bap- tion requirement for teachers and
The Northern Light, the bi-weekly Miss Hancock will report on the Kittredge, Thomas Lisker, and Robtist, Florence Felton, graduate, Sal- higher pay were among topics key- newspaper of Plattsburg State, has resolution, "Forum should investi- ert Wilcox. Any further nominaome, Charles Chase, '47, Herod, noted at this conference.
also made plans to act as host to g a t e the desirability of joining the tions may be made by writing the
Betty Rose Hilt, '47, Herodias, MarIn connection with the minimum an intercollegiate newspaper con- student Federation of World Gov- name of the nominee on a slip of
tin Bush, '50, Tiggelinus, Stuart education demand it was brought ference to be held during the Intra- ernment," while William Miller, '47, paper and placing it in the MysCampbell, '48, executioner, and out that over 500,000 teachers in the College Conference. At this meet- anc i Stanley Abrams, Shirley For- kania mailbox by 3:30 P. M. today.
Betsy Franks, '49, slave.
United States have less than a col- 'ng, delegates representing the va- m a n, Virginia Dowd, Juniors, will Those who submit names must also
lege degree, and that over 60,000 rious colleges will consider the ma- discuss the pros and cons of the sign their own names to the nomThe committees for this produc- have not gone beyond high school, chinery of their newspapers and resolution, "Forum should go on inations.
tion are Betty Rose Hilt, '47, pub- Dr. Donald DuShane of the Na- round table discussions will be held, record against the Austin-Mahoney
licity, William Baldwin, '48, and Mu- tional Education Association pro- The aim is to form a closer bond bill for a state university."
To Give Speeches
riel Rubin, '47, props, Gloria Jaf- posed that teachers make theirs a between journalistic students of the At later meetings Claire Crump, campaign speeches will take place
jfclr, '48, sets, Mary Harvey, '47, profession equal to that of law and state colleges in order to promote a Catherine Glavin, Seniors, and Mondav noon election beinir held
lights and Dorothy Diffin, '48, medicine. To gain that stature, he more closely-knitted exchange sys- Gloria Gilbert, Arline Riber, Jun- t h e foUowinff' Wednesday and the
House.
said it would be necessary to main- tern among college newspapers, and i0rs, will discuss federal aid to edu- results are to be announced next
tain higher standards and that one to form a collegiate syndicate
cation, and Shirley Leyine, '47, and P r i d a y l n t h e s t a t e C o n e g e News.
of the major problems in education
Miss Smallin and Julie Genovesi, B a k e r h a s b e e n p resi dent of '49 for
is to pass laws requiring a college
Juniors, will report on the resolu- t w o y e a r s - until the election redegree for teachers.
tion, "Forum take a positive stand s u l t s a r e announced, Robert KittOther educators agreeing with
on the American plan outlawing r e d g e i Vice-President of the class,
him said that less training is a
atomic warfare."
l s a c t i n g president.
hardship to the children under subReminder to Students
mission to incompetent instructors.
Stanley Abrams, vice-speaker, has
announced to students that every- _ ^ I
^»
l
Two Religious Clubs of State Col- Educators agreed that along with
lege have scheduled events for the more stringent requirements went Miss Mary Alberts, head of Stu- one who is a member of student as- IjAkafA i Alinrll
next two weeks. Brandeis Society higher salaries. Generally accepted dent Employment Bureau, has an- soclation may be a member of Forum • ^ ' 6 wClUC N.UUIIV.II
will sponsor an "Oneg Shabot" to- at the convention was a range from nounced that five students have re- and may contribute articles to Soap'
ceived placements through the bu- box, the Forum newspaper.
night at 7:00 P. M. in Hillel Hall. $2,400 to $5,000 annually.
Student Christian Association, un- Dr. Willard Goslin, superintendent reau. Four Seniors and one gradder Mary Telian, '47, has scheduled of schools in Minneapolis and chair- uate students have received posiMary Ellen Diener, '47, President
a speaker for assembly, March 14. man of the school administrator's tions.
of Debate Council, has released
Sally Dunn, '47, President of New- planning committee, said that more Elizabeth Harding, '47, will teach
Wednesday as the date for the deman Club, has announced the can- men must be attracted to the pro- English and Latin at Speculator,
bate with Union College in the
cellation of Harp's Riot, originally fession, and that this can be done Earl McGae, Grad, has obtained
only if salary schedules are set up a position teaching social studies
scheduled for March 14.
Lounge at 7:30 P. M. In the meet
which would enable a man to sup- at Morrisville. Florence Melesky, '47,
with
Drew University last ThursAccording to Rae Gluckstadt, '49, port his family adequately.
is scheduled to teach French and Commuters' Club and Pan Amigos day> State was awarded the unanVice-President of Brandeis Society, Other topics under discussion were English at Lake Luzerne Albert have scheduled events for this after- l m o u s decision by the judges.
the State College Chapter of the the single salary schedule for ele Berbary, '47, will be an instructor in noon and Tuesday night according on next Wednesday, State will
Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of
and high school teachers social studies at Middlebury. Ben- to their Presidents, Audrey Bopp, meet the Union college team for
America, the "Oneg Shabot" will mentary
the inadequacy of emergency jamin ! Reed, '47, will teach com- and Bertha Wakin, Seniors. Com- discussion of the topic, "Resolved*
consist of a program with Palestin- and
f
ih
merce
Cincinnatus.
'"°""*' ln
" f'—i"""'"'
muters are holding a meeting in The U. S. maintain compulsory
ian songs and dances as its theme. '*" ' "™
the Lounge at 3:30 P. M. and the military training in peace time."
These are done somewhat like AmSpanish Club meeting will start
_.
.„ , , , _
stat .e wU1
erican square dancing, to the Pales7:30 P. M. In the Lounge.
,
uP*»oW the negative
s 1H
de
tinian songs. Rae Gluckstadt and Music Classes To Produce Comic Operetta, at The
main part of the Commuters' d} uotor
} however following the IntroAdele Gerow, '50, are co-chairmen
each member of
of the event. Refreshments will be Ermine/' Story O f Vagabonds In Society meeting this afternoon will be de- tf n.e t o ya m speeches,
wlu
voted to a discussion of the pur- o n elU:iel
. sslcl
be allowed to speak
served during the program.
The escapades of two vagabonds has the misfortune to meet this poses of the club. The remaining
' e of the question.
The S.C.A. speaker, scheduled for in polite society in the production philanthropic pair, who, after de- time will be used to formulate plans
the March 14th assembly, is Mr. called, "the most successful oper- privlng him of his wardrobe, tie him for the future. Miss Bopp requests ,,
Larman Sherwood, who received his etta of modern times" will be pre- to a tree, and go in his place. They that all the commuters of the col- Handl Off , bayi Marshall
Master's degree from State.
sented March 21 and 22 in Page Hall explain their inappropriate apparel lege attend.
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According to Miss Dunn, some at 8:30 P. M. Dr. Charles F. Stokes, by a tale of a holdup and robbery Following the meeting the Lounge . . _ ! „ , " V t u I l 0 ' 47 ' a ° t i n g ° r a n d
other event is being planned to re- Professor of Music, will direct the at the hands of a highwayman. One will be open for those planning to M a l s l l a - Of Campus Commission,
place Harp's Riot, but to date, plans
t at
M
1
are only tentative. Further de- operetta class and the orchestra in of them is half intoxicated and his attend the basketball game in the f,r 'o m? ? „a n„c U, m tl S . » 5 , fc
"Erminie," by Edward Jacobowski, remarkably bad manners and Ian- evening.
n
e
the
vie
during
the
tails will be announced later.
Two thieves portrayed by Harry guage nearly bring their whole plan Mr. Jesse Stlnard, a former mem- n o o n n o u r '
Mills, '49, and Stuart Campbell, '48, to a bad end.
ber ol the college faculty, will Miss Vitullo said, "It is impossible
are very clever in their knavery and The music is unusually tuneful speak to the Pan Amigos gather- to please everyone, and people will
M«y Purchase Prom Photo*
account for their deeds in the most and pleasing throughout. Some of ing on Mexico and will illustrate have to put up with the records
Alice Williams, '48, President of plausible way.
the better known and greater favor- his talk with slides which he took they don't like. It is ruining the
the Junior Class, has announced
Erminie, daughter of a Marquis ites are the "Dream Song" sung by there,
'vie' to have records continually
that members of the class may sign and played by Jean Snow, '47, is Erminie, "The Darkest Hour" sung Refreshments will be served fol- turned on and off." She also
up for pictures of the Prom Queen about to be betrothed to Ernest, a in despair by Eugene, and the song lowing the meeting which ls sched- requested that students who borrow
on the bulletin board In the lower young noble whose part is taken by and whistling chorus, "What the uled to begin promptly In order records from Campus Commission
hall of Draper.
Curtis Pfaff, '48, He is on his way Dicky Birds Say." A full orchestra not to conflict with the Advanced return them the day after the event
to the betrothal ceremony when he will be used.
Dramatics Plays.
for which they were borrowed.
Brandeis, SCA
Plan rrograms
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49600
300
65200
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SEB Placements
To Meet Union
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Nelson Attends
minlstrators
Annual Parley
Elect Leihinslcy, Williems
First Lieutenant W. D. Pomeroy
will be in Room 105, Draper, today
and tomorrow In the interest of procuring recruits for the Platoon
Leader's Course in connection with
the Marine Corps. All freshmen,
Sophomores, and Juniors are eligible to volunteer for this course.
The Platoon Leader's Course is a
new program designed to offer colTotal
lege students an opportunity to earn
Quota = 32601
a commission In the Marine Corps
Reserve through summer training. Class of 1948
Freshmen and Sophomores will at- McCllntock
tend two summer training periods Williams
while the Juniors will attend only Blanks
one advanced summer rtaining perTotal
iod.
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fY_. ~IL. A . J A L . « . •» «' °* patottaw depleting, the »r- Committees will Include: Refreshl / O n n t l l y A n d A b r « m i tlst'i conception of an Image within ments, William Blasberg, '48; decorations, William Baldwin, '48; pubRepresent Stilt Council
ttT^SAV^^l on licity,
Donald Bergin, '48, The chaAbout 100 students from 23 col- Hutchlns' drawing, "Lifting Fog" perons are Dr. Edward Cooper, Aslege* of the 87 In upper Mew York Is now on exhibit In the Seventh sistant Professor of Commerce, and
state were represented at a confer- Annual presentation of American Mrs. Cooper, end Dr. Derk Tleszen,
enee at Vaster College last Saturday Drawings, which will be open until instructor In chemistry and Mrs.
aft T*i*"fr Catherine Donnelly, '49, March 10 at the Albany Institute of Tieszen.
and Stanley. Abrams. '48, delegates History and Art.
from State College, were present. Each member of the Art 4 class
The delegates participated In a gen- has chosen a poem which he hlmeral dls-puwrton of the proposed alms self wrote or especially likes and
of the new National Student Or- is attempting to Interpret hls-lmgmnt^fon M set up at the Chicago pressions of the images within the
Conference and decided on the poem through art. Among the poems
wording of the alms that the New which are being used are "Chicago,"
York region wishes to have Incorp- by Carl Sandburg, "Stopping by
orated In the NSO constitution.
Woods On a Snowy Evening," by
Robert Frost, "Sea-Fever," by John
At that time last summer a World Masefield, "Song of Solomon," from
Youth Conference convened at the Bible.
Prague with 25 American college Miss Hutchlns' drawing, which is
students attending. The United a view of Albany at night, Is among
States delegates were the only group the 137 drawings selected from the
present that did not represent some 1,000 submitted from all parte of
specific student organization. As a the United States to the Annual exresult, the delegates came back to hibition of American Drawings.
the United States determined to
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begin a similar movement.
At a meeting in Chicago the en- Release Appointments
tire country was divided into 30 regions and follow-up regional con- To Teaching Positions
ferences were planned for the near Miss Mary Alberts, head of Stufuture.
dent Employment Bureau, has reRegional Conference at Vassar
leased a list of nine appointments
At S W o n a l conference ^ V a a . ^ f w K l v e t c X
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1947
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
EitobllihidMiy1916
By ASHWORTH A BAttSELOU
The Common-Stater is given the widest latitude as
Advanced publicity rumored t h a t Praise Seis and Costumes
author of this column, although his viewpoints do not
something new and different was w e think there is no doubt in necessarily reflect those of the State College News.
March 7, 1947
No. 17 hi the otting for Page Hall habitue's anyone's mind that the sets and cosVol. XXXI
A PLAY IN THREE ACTS
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come March 3. On play night our tumes were particularly good. We
Member
anxiefcy w a fur h er a r o u s e d b
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printed programs, an RIJSS Harvey has pointed the way to Dramatis
Personnae:
FirstofStudent,
Second
Student,
The tinilcitfriHliiiite newspaper of the Newcoiieginte
York State" ' Colinnovationof for
Third
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year by ihe NEWS Board for the student Association. ntgtit presentations which lea many tentlon to these two Important feaAct 1
Phones: Tessier, 3-9038; Lusock, 8-1811; Pender, Ounlay, to wonder, "Will there be only one tures of play production
2-M2H, Klinsij 8-0287;
4-1007. Members oMhe news play this evening?" There were two, M iss D u n i t e r is to be'congratu• - "Skolsky,
• • ' and
stuff miiy lie reached
Tucs..
Wed. from 7 to 11:30 P.M. with credit for something new and i ted on a fine performance. Her Place: New York State University, Albany Teachers
a
at 3-IM07.
different in State College dramatic interpretation of the main charac- T l m School.
productions going to Miss Harvey's t e r w a s consistent and convincing.
e : Of reading.
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BENJAMIN REED
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CIRCULATION
MANAGCR s o t s
LORNA KUNZ
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CO-CIRCULATION MANAGER
GLORIA BRECLIN
manded by the witty dialogue. They scene
VIRGINIA DAY
•PORTS EDITOR
often raced through their lines a ' M r ; C a m p b e l l . s performance was 1st S: The one that the Crimson & White is throwMARTHA DUNLAY
ADVERTISING MANAGER
ing. All practice teachers are invited.
bit
too rapidly to make the British g c o d i though we feel that there was
MARGERY PENDER
ADVERTISING MANAGER
2nd
S: Yeah, I guess so. We sure have to put up
accent
effective.
enough
variation
in
his
characn o t
CAROL CLARK
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
with a lot to get four hours and a B for teaching.
The
role
of
the
wife
was
the
terization.
Many
of
his
lines
lacked
ANN MAY
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
easiest to do and, we feel of t h e sufficient inflection.
1st S.: But I hear you can get a recommendation
ELLEN ROCHFORD
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
three, Miss Lofthouse was t h e sur Mr. Christie's delivery lacked colwith a C now.
est of her character.
or, especially in the first scene. In 2nd S: They had to do that. So many people in mv
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however,
he did much
S C e n e three hnwpv
department got C's.
Pv h» riw mr.,!,
All communications
should be addressed to the editor and tice the interesting contrast between hptter
must
be signed
1st S: Mine too.
(Exesnt)
•"•'" STATE
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^request, the
color
of the husband's face and Mr.' Soderlind is to be congratu
The
NEWS
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responsibility
hands
o be_wlthheld_
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for opinions expressed In Its columns or communications ,.c." m
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Iated
on
an
excellent
rendition
of
a
ACT
II
as such expressions do not necessarily reflect Its view.
Same.
Listing Disappointing
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fcrlck
H e w a s fc fl], t t a
PldCt
Taking along play and cutting it t h e c h l l d i s h Dauphin.
Time: Now.
to run for a fraction of the normal
3rd S Greetings, 4th S: Gotta class?
running time without losing much Collin's Gives Fine Performance
4th S Yeah, but I'm gonna cut it.
of its power is not an easy job. Mr. Collin's performance was 3rd S Did you see Soapbox?
Miss Harvey's condensation was a practically flawless.
He deserves 4th S: Yeah. They're free.
good one, and a point in her favor double praise for playing two wide- 3rd S: I don't like that stuff. They only give one
to begin with. Add to this an ex- ly different roles with excellent
side of the question.
Rprancp nf th* manv Pxtra rnrrirnlnr -irtivitips p e r t knowledge of stagecraft and sensitivity and insight. He was par4th S: So what? Anyone can have articles in it.
_ Because of the many extra-cuniculdi activities g o o d p r o d u c t l o n technique, and you ticularly fine as the Prosecutor.
in the college, it is inevitable that some organiza- W0U ld expect something outstandMr. Reich turned in his usual good 3rd S: But they only give one side.
tions will assume more importance and gain greater ing; but, unfortunately, the produc- performance. Though he was on 4 t n s , : W ^ A°n\ y o u check Soapbox with something
else that gives the other side. Then you can arrive
popularity than others. The most important groups t i o " o v e T r T shadowed the acting.
stage but a short time, he managed
at your own conclusion.
on ramniN shnulrl indicate accurately the DreferMiss Harvey used one of our fa- to project a good character.
3rd S:0, I don't have time for that.
(Excsnt)
on campus should indicate accurately tne preier v o r i t e t r i c k S ) m o o d m u s i c However,
The remainder of the unusually
ences of the students, for it is only natural to de- the introductory music lasted a bit large cast gave commendable supAct I I I
vote more time and effort to activities that provide too long before the opening of the port.
Place: Same.
the greatest interest
curtain. Too, music between the We salute Miss Mary Harvey for Time: Same.
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scenes would have helped maintain having the courage to attempt 1st S: I hear Dean Nelson was away this week.
S.: How about a game of bridge'
If this is true, a n d we believe it is, conditions the mood of the play, and would something different and for giving 2nd
3rd S: Have we a fourth?
here could stand a lot of change. One organization have made the too long intervals be- us a production we will long re- 4th S: Me.
1st S: Nothing ever happens here.
that should be of major importance h a s been in a t w e e n s c e n e s s e e m s n o r t e r member.
2nd S: Right. We don't even have a humor magazine
slump far too long and is now forced t o make
3rd S: They try to manufacture stuff and it doesn't
a strong effort t o revive itself. W e are referring
turn out so well.
to Forum—a group that includes all members of
4th S: I'm transferring to Siena next semester
All.
Student Association b u t is supported b y few.
By
MARJORIE
HARLAND
Root te toot
Critics have claimed that Forum's activities were
Root te toot
narrow and uninteresting, run by a small group
From the Mouths of Babes
We are all
and without purpose. T h e criticism has been loud
As the semester rolls along SenProm the Institute.
n a m n to n e
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uppermost
i n s tin
and
prolonged,
and
not
without
justification.
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i tutes
We do not smoke
it has all been destructive. Those who have com- in their minds—teaching a n d all have manv intnvocHncr taio„ tr, ten
We do not chew
plained the most have done the least to bring about the interviews, salary disputes, and o f their experiences; " I n t h e field"
We do not go out
any improvement or beneficial change.
j ^ like which are involved in find- P o r instance we refer to the followWith those that do.
With those that do.
(Exeunt)
In answer to these critics, Forum has completely ^ f h e i S S S W g V n t a g * £ £
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revised its program in order to make it interesting aries is quite noticeable. At Platts<-. W e'll tell you about the practo as many students as possible. Under the new b u r S s t ^ , for instance, salaries tice teachers who happened to mention h e r father o n e
setup, the emphasis will be on discussion of current ^ l ^ V i l ^ l X w * . ™ S
day . . . One College Calendar —
f l m $l88
l lovely
h i l f i , olooked
n k p r i n aghast,
and in
affairs of direct interest to the student body, with ^%m
^
°
° o v e l v c child
"hfls
quired in the tone of a person who FRIDAY, MARCH 7
provision for action whenever possible.
rth n „ » M * ii
considers you a contemporary of
11:10 A.M.—Sophomore-freshman Debate in AssemThe result of these changes rests with the stu-OhT h Give
Me
A
Home
.
.
.
whistler's
mother-in-law, 'Do you
bly. Topic—Resolved: "That all members of
at old
10blem of
Hpnts
tVipmsplvps
Thn«p
wVin
sit
thrnnwli
mppfinac
P
finding
a
mean
to
say
your
father
is
still
dents themselves, l nose who sit through meetings p l a c e to l l v e s t m a p p e a r s t o b e q u i t e A L I V E ? . , _ ; , W h
mankind shall go through doors backwards."
H
old i
on the recommendation of their History instructor, a problem as may be seen by the you think I am?' o h 'about thirty,' 3:30-5:00 P.M.—Commuters' Club meeting for a
discussion of purposes of club in the Lounge.
and for no other reason, will be of little benefit following add appearing in the our pride answered. The teacher
w h o was c r o w d i n
to the group as a whole. There must be many stu- Syracuse Oranee,
S twenty was re- 7:00 P.M.—Varsity meets Platte burg here. Potter
Club meets Lippman's Pharmacy in prelimindents in the Social Studies department, who are $5 ioo Reward-Will be paid by vet- coup 5 ? g S w ^ o S w « f f ^ S !
aries.
genuinely interested in world events and would ern law student and wife for in- be it's the muscles in your face;
7:00 P.M.—Junior Varsity meets Albany Business
attend sessions twice a month without a n y urging formation leading to the rental of a they're sagging.'"
College at the Y.M.C.A. Pinks meet ABC Junior
from the faculty
heated apartment . . . . "
Students at Potsdam as well as a
Varsity in preliminaries.
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Syracuse has also found it neces- few other places are campaigning
7:00 P.M.—Brandeis Society "Oneg Shabot" at Hlllel
If r , e chronic complainers will turn their energy sary to make their first increase in for more "dressy informals" instead
Hall.
into constructive channels and support Forum in- dormitory board contract prices of the multitude of expensive formal
stead of griping about it, the group
will be able T^Tl'J?
J2fclf*r , t o c o v e r , t h e l n " ? v ? n i s , w h i c h h a v e b e e n so plenti- SATURDAY, MARCH 8
" . ! positi
° ...
,'
. ° t \ , . ,. , . . creased cost of living an increase ful this year.
8:00-12 midnight—Statesmen Date Party in tho
to assume
the position of eminence that it should over this years prices has been inCommons.
have
on campus
augurated.
Psychology
Hartwick College in Oneonta suf- Child Psychology students at TUESDAY, MARCH 11
fered a serious loss a couple weeks Skidmore have had a chance to put
ago when their newly opened dorm- their theory into practice at the 12 noon—Music Council recording hour in Room 28
Richardson.
ltory was damaged by fire.
Hawley Home. These students have
3:30-5:00 P.M.—Used Book Exchange open ln the
Several men lost their entire ward- had the added experience of actually
lower hall of Draper for students to collect
Efforts to provide frequent entertainment for robes, books, and other belongings, giving Stanford-Benet tests to tho
money and books.
children at the Albany Home, instead of the an- b u t *?" 5 u l o . k , 1 c " o n ? f t h e s t u d e » t s children at the home. More oppor7:30 P.M.—Pan Amigos meeting ln the Lounge. Mr.
nuul burst of generosity at Christmas have finally ffuctTon. "*»*" ^
" " ^ S S f f i STJStf?£
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f
i
Jesse Stinnard will speak on Mexico.
begun to bear fruit. Pointing out the way for Reporters at Indiana State Teach- planned to give the students added
e r s Colle
8:30
P.M.—.Advanced Dramatics will present Its
future activities along this line, the freshmen staged r e c e n t l w8 eer e Indiana, Pennsylvania experience.
last two plays of the season. Grace Jones, '48,
their entire Bie-8 production
Wednesy
thrilled by the chance
Two representatives of Cambridge
u l o n dat
l lthe
e nhome
ome
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»
s e i n e s o f l n t e r v l e w l n g a f o r m e r s t u d e n t o f university will soon sail from EngTellan,„ '47,
directors.
day n . g h t - a n d had just as much fun as the kids that college-none other than James land to America to take part to a W P H N Mary
PSHAV
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MA r...
MAIlCH
n
themselves.
Stewart of Hollywood fame. Stew- debating tour sponsored bv
by the inin- ? " . _ - . _ '
3:30 P.M.—Forum meeting in the Lounge.
art,
whose
home
L
s
ln
Oiana,
spent
stitute
of
international
education.
w
Music Council has also joined the effort by set- hi„' f a „h™„ ..< • « .<...,.,••. ..
. .„• ,
7:30 P.M.—Debate with Union College on the topic,
nls
•i
i
. t
xi_ t i i j
.
freshman year at I.S.T.C. though The two young men will meet Yale
4l
Resolved: "The U. s. maintain compulsory miliing aside several seats for the children at a per- he later transferred to Princeton University on March 21 as the first
tary training in peace time."
formaline of the annual operetta in a few weeks, from which he received his degree, event of the tour which will include
THURSDAY, MARCH 13
Such gestures may involve a lot of trouble, as in Syracuse will entertain a dlsttn- 19 colleges In 11 different states,
t i e case of the frosh but the result is r^rtainlv !L ulsh , ed v l s l t o r M a r c h 2 5 w h e n Mrs.
Rensselaer has been successful
4:30 P.M.—Myskanla-freshman basketball game hi
Page Hall gym.
u.e case oi me irosn. DUt m e result is certainly P r a n k H n Roosevelt visits there aa in securing Qlen Oray and his Oasa
worth any amount of work and inconvenience.
guest of the United Nations asso- Loma orchestra for their Junior
7:30 P.M.-P1 Omega PI business meeting in the
Lounge.
Now that inertia has been overcome and some- elation of Syracuse. Mrs. Roosevelt prom next week end. The RPI Prom
thing definite Is being accomplished, we hope that i? fXPMted to speak of the United has always constituted one of the
other oreanizations and individuals will rontlnni. Nations and its problems as seen outstanding social events of the
oiner organizations a n a individuals will continue through the eyes of a participant In year and this year promises to be SATURDAY, MARCH 16
to support t h e project.
the organization.
no exception.
8:00 P.M.-State Pair.
Chronic Complaint .
State-Mutt
This is the Way
STATE COLLKOE NEWS,
English Film Version Of "Henry V"
Retains Spirit Of Shakespeare Drama
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FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1047
Frosh Don Big-Eight Finery
For Albany Orphans Show
m
PAOE S
Legislature Bill
Dear Editor:
Outlaws Strikes
I think it is time something was
done about the "growing" classes at
State College. As I understand It By Civil Servants
classes here are supposed to be fifty
CommumcatiOHi
The freshmen, ln all their Bigeight finery and eighteenth cenThe chronic complaint of the Omissions Add to Drama
modern movie-goer, boiled down to
While the script is for t h e most tury splendor, headed for the
Albany Children's Home Wednesits simplest form, is that most Hol- part extremely close to the original
lywood "epics" aren't worth half drama, there have been a few omis- day night to perform their Big- minutes long, but mine seems to be
eight once again. With no holds extending on both sides.
the price of admission. Occasionally, sions and additions, but these aid
Amendment Provides
however, t h e industry produces the story Instead of hindering it. barred, the frosh set out t o enSome of my teachers insist on
For Dismissal Clause
tertain . . . and entertain they coming to class 9 minutes before
something with merit, and Shake- Falstaff's death scene, employing
speare's "Henry V" rises undisput- dialogue from "Henry IV," gives did. The Albany Orphans out- class begins. They then stand
The Condon-Wadlln Bill t o outdid the State College students around for seven or eight with an
ed to the top of the list.
much to the film that is not present
with yells and screaming . . . no eye on the clock, acting as a damp- law striking by public servants was
It is extremely fortunate for all in the play. Similar additions and
sedate applause for them. How- er on conversation (and preparation amended late Wednesday afternoon,
Who appreciate and enjoy the Bard subtractions have been skillfully
ever, a few discreet changes were for class). These teachers begin with a clause providing for autot h a t the taint of Hollywood is com- employed to advantage.
necessary to accommodate t h e before the class bell rings, and t h e matic dismissal of civil servants or
pletely lacking in this all-English
Chief credit goes to Laurence
six to sixteen group. "Sweet- student who comes in Just before public employees who strike. I n Its
picture, but makes glaringly appar- Olivier, who produced and directed
heart"
became "Honey Bunch" the bell rings is given a dirty look original form the bill provided a
ent the fact that American produ- "Henry V" in addition to playing
penalty of dismissal, suspension,
and
h
—
emerged as heck. But and is painfully marked present.
cers, with an abundance of money the title role. The actor recruited
fine or reduction of the salary t o
the
sets
remained
the
same,
and
and talent, have been pitifully out- costume designers, art directors, and
But these very same instructors the minimum.
the
costumes
suffered
no
damstripped by a group of intelligent numerous other technicians usually
who begin before the legal time
Despite this stronger measure,
ages.
artists working under complex dif- overlooked by professional movienever give out the assignment until the bill states that public employees
ficulties.
What
have
the
frosh
to
say
the
closing
bell
sounds.
Therefore
makers ,did t h e casting, and supmay express grievances if they do
about the whole affair? They all students must stay 4 or 5 min- not interfere with the performance
Henry V, viewed Wednesday in a plied most of the poetic ideas in
seem
to
think
theirs
was
the
best
utes extra for an explanation of the of duties. In amending the bill, a
preview at the Colonial theatre, cutting and transition.
part of the bargain. For this next meeting's lessor. They escape strike has been defined as "any
lives up to all the publicity and Critics Praise Production
time they were entertained, too. only after the clas, for the next willful absence from one's Job for
praise showered on it from endless Critics have been more than genIt seems the orphans gave a pret- period practically fovces its way into the purposes of inducing, influencsources. Not one opportunity has erous with praise for this bold venty good show, themselves, with- the classroom.
been missed in the attempt to trans- ture. Typical comment is that of
ing or coercing a change in salary
out one rehearsal to their credit.
fer Shakespeare from stage to Time: "Henry V" is one of the great
The students should take action or working conditions."
screen without losing the original experiences in the history of moagainst this "growing" evil before
spirit and flavor. The film is pre- tion pictures. I t is not, to be sure,
they find themselves with only one Conditions for Rehiring
ceded by four minutes of pure mu- the greatest: the creation of new
class a day.
According to the bill as amended
sic before the first shot of Elizabe- dramatic poetry is more important
Teachers should try to realize Wednesday, public employees may
thian London begins the action.
that a class in Draper is often fol- be rehired only on the following
than the recreation of old. For such
lowed by one on the third floor of conditions:
The audience is transferred to new poetry, movies offer the richest
Richardson, and every minute of
since
Shakespeare's
the Globe theatre on an afternoon opportunity
1. His compensation shall not exthe 10 allotted is needed to reach ceed that received immediately priin 1600 for a performance of "The time, and some of them have made
Dr.
John
M.
Sayles
is
showing
the
next
class
on
time.
We
would
Cronicle History of Henry the inspired use of the chance. But
improvement and next week all appreciate it if our instructors or to the time of his striking.
Fifth," and the first three scenes are Henry V is a major achievement marked
2. His compensation shall not be
it
is
expected
that he will be allow- would be a little more considerate
viewed on the stage there. The —this perfect marriage of great
increased until three years, after
nobles sit on stools around the edge dramatic poetry with the greatest ed to sit up in bed. If he continues and plan their classes to run the his re-employment.
of the stage, while the groundlings contemporary medium for express- to improve, he will be returned from scheduled 50 minutes instead of
3. Such person shall be on probathe hospital within the next two the present 58%.
In the pit express their approval or ing it."
tion for five years after his r e weeks.
Weary
Racer.
derision of the action in noisy comemployment, during which period
The film will be shown a t t h e
ments. Shakespeare's stage, with Colonial theatre for five days, behe shall serve without tenure and
Miss Grace Martin, Instructor of
all its limitations, is complete in ginning Monday, with an afternoon Art in Milne High School, became
at the pleasure of the appointing
every detail, from the curtained al- and evening performance each day. the bride of Mr. Louis A. Thomas March 12 Deadline
officer or body.
cove to the balcony above, Thus,
on Monday, February 24, in Morrisbefore the scene dissolves into the
Teacher's Association Objects
town, New Jersey. Mr. Thomas, For Renting Gowns
massive sets employed for the rewho is from New Hampshire, is emThe New York State Teacher's
mainder of the film, there is an
Frank Woodworth, President of Association has formally objected to
ployed by the International Adver<2ocui 0H Ike
Qutwie
ample chance to view the drama in
'47,
has
announced
to
all
who
tising Department of the Radio
the Condon-Wadlin bill in its orthe setting for which it was written.
Corporation
of America. Mrs. plan to receive Bachelor's degrees iginal form.
in
June,
that
the
deadline
for
rentThomas plans to resign in June, at
Dr. Francis T. Spaulding, Coming caps and gowns is Wednesday, missioner
of Education, has offered
Robert Bennett, President of Grad which time the couple will make March 13.
their
home
in
Camden,
New
Jersey.
an invitation to representative
Club, has announced plans for a
Two school requirements for groups of teachers to send delegates
pancake supper to be held at the
Pfc. William G. Kennedy, son of those receiving diplomas are that to meet with Governor Dewey's
Y.W.C.A., Thursday, March 27, at
Mr.
William G. Kennedy, Assistant they attend commencement exer- committee on education. He has
6 P. M. for all graduate students
Professor
of Chemistry, was gradu- cises and that they wear caps and expressed the view that some
and their guests. The committee
ated
from
the Air Training Com- gowns. The GI's will be taken care amendments may be made to pres"Crimson and White," the Milne chairmen are: Charles Gilman, pubmand's
airplane
mechanics training of through the Veteran's Adminis- ent teacher salary legislation now
School paper, has scheduled a can- licity; Emory Tooley, entertaintration and graduate caps and
teen dance April 18 in the Page ment; Robert Bennett, food; Mer- course at Kessler Field, Mississippi, gowns will be handled by the Grad- under consideration.
Hall Gym. Money collected will be ton Blanchard, tickets. John Rog- recently. Pfc. Kennedy was one of uate Association. The rental fee for
ers will be at the piano for inter- the three honor men in his class.
used for the benefit of the paper.
undergraduates ls $2.50.
Requests State Fair Posters
lude
music and group singing and
The theme selected for the dance
Tommy, son of Mrs. Martha Egelthere
will
be
vie
music
for
dancing.
is a night-club atmosphere, and gym
Alice Prindle, '48, Chairman of
ston, Instructor in History, has redecorations will carry out this The menu is to consist of pancakes, turned home from the hospital, fol- Knouse Teaches Night Class State Fair, has announced that all
scheme. Arrangements for enter- syrup, sausage, and coffee.
lowing a serious illness. He is re- Dr. Reno S. Knouse, Instrutor in group houses should make one posttainment Include an orchestra for
er concerning their concession or
Eleanor Merritt, and Marie Bal- ported doing well.
Commerce, has been teaching night show so the posters may be up
dancing and a floor show.
ford, Juniors, will be speakers at a
classes
In
Business
Management
and
early next week.
Admission for each person ls $.60, Math club meeting to be held WedDr. Mary Goggin, Instructor in
this semester. The
Also, all group houses, fraterniand tickets may be obtained from nesday, March 19, in Room 101 at Latin, has returned to teach part- Organization,
class, sponsored by the Bureau of
staff members of the "Crimson and 7:30 P.M.
time following a serious operation. Business Education of the State ties, and sororities are reminded
that they must report to school the
White." All State College students The Student Christian Movement
Mr. George M. York, Professor of Department, has been attended by
are Invited.
of New York which is made up of Commerce, is back after being ill business men of Schenectady, from Sunday morning after State Fair
for general clean-up.
the Student Christian Association with a cold and ear trouble. Pro- the General Electric Company.
groups of the state will hold a din- fessor York said he had been deaf
ner Saturday, April 12, in Troy.
and dumb, but ls "not deaf any
Inter-Group Council has appoint- more."
ed Mary Alethla Cheatham and
Mr. Elton A. Butler, Instructor in
Sophomores, to be in
The Physics Department received Rose Berg,
of the Folk Festival that will Mathematics, has returned from the
a truck load of surplus material charge
take place Saturday, April 19, ln hospital where he was treated for
Albany's Favorite Flower Shop
through the State Department of Page Hall.
a recent illness.
Education, this week to be used for
spare parts. According to Dr. CharORCHIDS — GARDENIAS — ROSES
les Andrews, Professor of Physics,
the surplus Navy material conCORSAGES for any occasion
tained a motor generator set, several transmitters and receivers, and
Washington and Main Streets
Telephone 8-0434
a radio direction finder.
faculty
footnoted.
Schedule Dance
For Milne Paper
GEO. E. NAGENGAST & SONS
BOULEVARD C A F E T E R I A
The Statesmen will hold a Date
Party tomorrow night in the Commons from 8-12 P. M., according to
William Marsland, '47, President.
David Jack, '49, ls general chairman for the affair with Harold
Weber, '47, assisting.
Dr. C. Luther Andrews, Professor
of Physics, and Mrs. Andrews, and
Miss Sara MacGonagle, Instructor
in Romance Languages, will act as
chaperones.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
State To Meet Plattsburg;
Play Last
son, the Varsity basketball team
Six fast contests featured play in
Thursday a t 4:30 in the Page
will play Plattsburg State Teachers the MAA Intramural Leagues this
in Page gym tonight. T h e prelim- week. Second round got under way Hall gym the Myskania Marauders
inary game Will feature Potter Club this week and better all-around play will meet the "Blue Jays" of '50 in
fast and furious game of basketand Lippman's Pharmacy.
gave promise of better basketball aball.
This match is a result of t h e
State played Plattsburg early In for the remaining games.
challenge issued by Myskaniatothe
In the Prat League Potter held frosh, Friday, February 1.
By VIRGINIA DAT
the season and defeated them in a
CAUSE FOE COMMENT
close contest 51-43, at Plattsburg. its lead with a 69-27 win over KB.
The game will mark the first time
• Several things were brought to
The game was nip a n d tuck all the KOR split two games, downing KB
way and was tied 35-35 a t the 47-19 and losingtoSLS 36-31. SLS that the frosh basketball team has
pur attention this week that warmtogether. The
ed us up to now dubious opinion Although the 1947 winter sports three-quarter mark when State in also beat KB. In the Departmental officiallywill, played
of course, be closely
concerning MAA sports. There Is a season has already hailed Gamma the last quarter started pulling away League, the Grads nipped the Sophs game
36-27 while the frosh lost two. to watched by many *49ers t o see Just
notice up for men's ping porig sin- Kappa Phi sorority as champions t o t a k e Wie game,
the Jr.-Sr.'s 22-30 and to the Grads exactly how the frosh team stands
gfes with etehteen signaturestodate; o f t h e
house-sorority basketMerigis, Plattsburg'h captain, will 18-37.
up. This will be the first test of
and one up for doubles with fourt o u r n " n t t h e t p f t m - tht.t
w i n be the man to watch and Coach
their ability to play as a team and
GRADS
teen names signed. (Just got a hot b a l tournament, the teams that will H a t n a w a y w i l l p r o b a b l y g i v e
B6lo
P G p p TP should be a fair sample of what
tip that Noble Is goingtowalk off hold second and third place are Marsland this job. Teamed with Hermans
3
0
6 they'll be able to do against the
with the singles-anyone placing s t m being decided. The playoffs are Bolo will be either Evans or Sullivan
4
2 10 Red Devils.
1
0
2 The Marauders have a fighting
! S . T & i £ P M a ? % S * & I S scheduled for next week when the O'Brien in the guard slots. Klrby, Mason
1
0
2 forward line with "Tuck-up" TesS f ^ J f - T o S L ( 2 E i £ ? nr Z5 ro"n<ls will be completed.
who started the last two games, will Bennett
3
2
8 sier, "Rangy" Randall and "Burngame, when asked whether or not
"
be In the center post with Persh, Lynch
2
0
4 up Court" Bently as first string.
they were of the opinion that the p s i Gamma Wins
Schick, George or Marzello as for- Fleming
Bullis
2
1
5 Margot, and Hilt have proven their
Orads were going to take thetan-r ^ ^ n i h t P s i Gamm&
m e t wards.
prowess as guards, in many past
! l f t . A f f l S "
"
1
^ Beta Zeta in a poorly played game On the Road
Totals
16
5 37 games, and "Swivel-hip" Sweeney
C
t h a t r e s u l t e d m a 1(
Last
weekend
State
went
on
the
1 i «I
" A L l& P^ & t„^>SwJ' Sfftf
>-5 victory
for
will add that bit of spark that Coach
S
? sabe?
?£»•>
! Pr esgi u Gam
*- Neither',team
used
their
FROSH
Quien
As for us, were waitroad to take on Ithaca College and
l a r p l a y e r s _K o p e c
>4g( a n d
0
0
0 Combs is confident will carry the
ing until the play offs between Pot- Genevese, '48 filling In for Psi Gam- Oswego State. In t h e first game Holliday
Tucker
3
0
6 marauders to glorious victory. Alm a whSe
?X^%^ZS?£XZ
i r e n4 8n e n and k n a P p ; ' 4 7 , State went down in defeat 67-46 Duffis
3
0
6 verson, Hutchinson and Telian will
y
a n d Parker
before
a
superior
team.
Saturday
£ ? S t , n r « ^ H ^ r t & « ? M a d l s o n - ' . substituted for the
Van Dan
1
0
2 sub, in order listed, if and when any
night
State
also
lost
53-37.
In
both
Z L t eK J F h0 £ *mf ^ L S S Tmt a t tnSSK
Avenue squad. Most of the
Glendy
1
0
2 of their peppy team-mates become
games
Ken
George
was
high
scorer
f!?^M Ml ° 'fl^„ ,l
scoring was done in the second half
1
0
2 "unpeppy."
Intramurals. Things are looking up— although both periods were slow with nine points in the first con- King
or are they as concerning concern- moving. Kopec, 48, was high scorer test and eight, in the second.
Diehl and Quinn, frosh managers,
Totals
9
0 18 have announced that the frosh are
ing MAA baseball.
for Psi Gam with 4 points while
The Junior Varsity and the Finks
AGAIN & AGAIN & AGAIN
shaping up very well. There is no
Baker, 47, paced the Beta Zeta squad of the Intramural League will jourSLS
Twenty-five men signed up for tallying 5 points.
definite line-up for the frosh as yet
ney to the YMCA tonight to take on Chase
4
1
9
but among those to see action will
varsity baseball—eight showed up
teams from ABC.
Trim
2
1
5 be Koch, Matteson, Smith, Henkel,
for the meeting. So what? You Sorority League Completed
Oapel
3
2
8 Freel Vallentino, Adams, Hotallng,
heard it right, so what? How can The second and third place of the
Kippick
4
2 10 and Dubert.
the fellows be expected to turn sorority league was determined
Oarr
2
0
4
their attention to baseball when Wednesday night as Phi Delta forThere is to be a 9c admission
we're still in the throes of a bliz- feited to Psi Gamma. This leaves
charge for the benefit of the Albany
Totals
15
6
36
l
Home for Children.
£zard?
" * « * *The
" ? , lukewarm
' t u l « w t t " " H t tattitude
" " 1 ' u u c at
»* Psi Gamma in the second position k l
C- I C *
KDP
Beta
Zeta „,„„
running
third. TThose
the
MAA
Council
meeting
can The
also Qand
I,™» I N C d T I I t l d l
b e t
Stone
5
0 10
nH W
o f a „,„,.„
ina
fVl)vH
be explained by the weather,
teams will meet Farrell and Sayles
Mcn-itt
1
0
2
decision to put varsity baseball on ^p7ctl7AV"next
VeVk
v
J
3
The WAA Ping Pong Tournament Pfaff
0
6
an informal basis may do as a tern3
has reached the final stages of the Verrey
0
6
porary solution, but the final de1
play-off. The fourth round has Baden
0
2
cision should rest on further in1
been entered with play-offs taking Beach
2
4
T H E COLLEGE JEWELER
vestigation of the situation. It's one
0
place between members in the Wood
1
1
thing to start a sport early, but rethird round.
103 CENTRAL AVE.
member the chill Is hardly off the
Totals
14
In the fourth round only five of
31
basketball season!
the seven games have been comWAA is fast writing finis to this
pleted. The winners were: T. Maseason's basketball league what with
honey, '47, over E. Adams, '50, S.
Gamma Kappa Phi taking top
The WAA Life Saving classes were Fisher, '48, over J. Serebnick, '50,
honors. They deserve their title and
One block from the College
the cup by putting out a team that resumed this week according to B. Wakin, '47, over R. Lilienfekl,
Patrlca Tilden,'48, Captain of Swim '47, A. Fischer, '48, over P. Tichy,
not only took the sorolty league ~
but beat the Pierce team "from'the ming. The classes have not been '48, and R. Weiss, '48, over J. Evans
Group House league.
held for the past three weeks due '49.
Captains A. Fischer, '48, and S.
Speculation on the outcome of the to an injury suffered by Miss TilFisher, '48, have asked that all
ping pong singles is running, den in a basketball game.
games be played off as soon as pos(This seeme to be the week for
Instructions are given each Thurs- sible or they will be forfeited.
117 Central Ave.
There are only two more games
bulletin board for names) it will thirty at the Jewish Community to be played until the finals are
probably be hard fought, While we Center. Approximately sixteen swim- reached. If time allows, after the
Open Evenings
Tel. 4-1332
b
«„„„ some
„« m o allowance
oii„,„n„o., left
i„«. we'll
,.„.m mers are training
for certification final play-offs, women doubles will
e nn have
still
M g e n l o r Llfe Gu ards w h U o six p e r .
be arranged. It Is also hoped that
put it on Adeline Fischer — we
admit the tables could be turned! sons are working for Advanced a game may be held with MAA.
Swimmers badges under the Red
Cross Water Safety program. Miss
INTRAMURAL LEAGUE
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According to Miss Tilden, inter- We
"Browse
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floors
of
SLS
3
4
est in swimming has been high and
books.
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classes well attended. The majority
i * f i l m - t r 'i • i i
of the swimmers are freshman,
Oept. League
Wins Losses many of whom show promise as
i
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ALBANY, NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1947
ORCHIDS-to A. p.
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Successful Season
VOL. XXXI NO. 18
Annex Will Open State Fair
7
With "Gay Nineties Review
Dr. John Sayles
Retires Position
As President
Nelson Assumes Duties
Temporarily; Successor
W i l l Be Named Later
Final
Commons rmaie
To Conclude Fair
Greeks Propose
New Rush Rules
For Next Year
Dr. John Manvtlle Sayles resigned
his position as President of State
College last Monday. He has been
ill with a heart ailment since February 9.
X,
Group Houses, Frati .
Sponsor Concessions
Alice Prindle, '48, Chairman of
State Fair, has announced that the
Fair will open in Page Hall tomorDr. Sayles was appointed acting
row night at 7:30 P. M. with a Gay
president in 1939 after the death of
Nineties Show produced by Sayles
Dr. Abram Brubacher and was forMolly Kramer, '47, President of
Annex. The program will end with
;. all. appointed t:> the position by
Inter-Sorority Council, has ana finale in the Commons at 11:30
the Boar of Regents in 1943. Benounced that n new set of rules for
P. M.
fore becoming President he held
sorority rushing has been proposed
The recorded music from the moseveral other positions at State
to take the place of the present
tion picture "State Fair" will perl)lt. JOHN M. SAYLKS
College.
regulations and which, if approved
vade the lower corridor of Draper
(Times Union i
by Dr. Ellen C. Stokes, Dean of
throughout the evening. Admission
Formulates Education Course
Women, will go into effect next
to the shows which will end at 11
Well known in educational cirsemester.
P. M. is only 9c.
cles, Dr. Sayles has been a frequentHucsted Features Shows
Rushing will still be conducted
speaker at meetings of educators
first semester and as in past years,
Starting in the lower corridor of
and a contributor to educational
open rushing will begin the first
Huested, the Annex and cafeteria
magazines. Here at State College,
day of school but according to the
area, the Fair includes mostly
ALICE PRINDLE
he formulated the educational pronew plans, will continue until the
shows. Hillel and Phi Delta will
gram which consists of 2 years of
share the inner cafeteria room with
Monday after Thanksgiving, when
education lor Sophomores and JunHillel conducting a game concessilent period will open. This silent
iors and a schedule of practice
sion and Phi Delta sponsoring a
teaching, and held monthly conferThomas Lisker lias been elected period will continue until the secdog show. Pierce and Sayles will
ences and an annual round-table for president of the Sophomore class to ond Tuesday after Thanksgiving
share the other room for their
teachers of the state. He is a mem- complete the unexpired term of recess when pledge services will be
Cafes with Sayles using a Mexican
ber of the National Educational Robertson Baker, who resigned the held.
Fiesta theme. Psi Gamma's Cafe
Association, the National Society of office two weeks ago. The new head Eliminate Non-Rush Period
under the Huested stairs will featAccording to Miss Kramer, the
Teachers of Education, Phi Beta of the Class of '49 nosed out his
ure fortune tellers.
non-rush
period
which
extends
Kappa, and Kappa Phi Kappa.
two opponents on the second disGamma Kappa Phi will walk the
tribution with 200 points over the from the close of the open houses
halls selling balloons, cigarettes, and
to the beginning of the formal rush
Active in Albany Affairs
quota.
The religious clubs are sponsoring
period will be eliminated. During several religious and social events Myskania will spend their evening
Always active in Albany business Numerical Results
selling peanuts.
this
non-rush
period
the
present
circles, Dr. Sayles is a member of
120 x 100
this week. Sally Dunn, '47, Presirules state that there can be no so- dent of Newman Club, has an- Show in P.O.
the Board of the Albany Home for
Quota
1- 1 G001
Entering Draper, the Publications
cial engagements or exchange of nounced that the club has schedulChildren, the Farmers' and Mech1 -I 1
Office will be used for a musical
anics' Bank, and trustee of the Dud1
2 greeting between sorority members ed a St. Patrick's Day entertain- show, "Years of US" by Newman
and rushees at. any time outside of ment. Monday noon in the Comley Observatory, and as President Francello
2300
Hall. Across from the P.O., Wren
of the Rotary Club in the years Kitlrcdgc
4400 5700 the college.
mons to replace the annual Harp's Hall will have an ice cream con1937-1938.
As
in
former
years,
the
number
Lisker
5300 0300
Riot.
cession. Van Derzee Hall will conof women in any class that a sororDuring the remaining Sundays of duct an alarm clock raffle across
Until a permanent president is
Total
12000 12000 ity may pledge shall be limited to Lent, there will be "Sunday Half- from the organization mall boxes,
appointed, Dean Milton O. Nelson, Rivalry Standing
15. However, according to the new- hours" at Newman Hall at 4:30 P. and in the place where the Stamp
Dean of the College, will act as
As Lisker takes over the office, ly proposed rules, five more women M., with benediction, prayers, and Booth used to be Kappa Delta will
President.
the Rivalry score stands at 14'a to may be pledged during second sem- a sermon by Father C. Edward sell candied apples. Commuters'
7 in favor of the ester.
Smith, Chaplain of Newman Club. Club is having a soda concession
S o |) h o in o r e s.
IV I F
between the mail boxes and the
Last week's de- May Discuss Sororities
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow- men's locker rooms, and Stokes Hall
Another
change
would
be
the
bate raised '49's
ship will take part in a bowling will have a kissing booth under toe
<?«*sil», total from 12 elimination of the section of the party with RPI and Union in the library stairs.
p o i n t s to its rushing rules which says that in- RPI gym, tonight at 8 P. M., ac- Concessions in Commons.
present
stand- dividual sorority members may be cording to Muriel Owens, '49, PresiOutside the Commons, there will
ing, and three friendly with rushees, but at. no dent. Catherine Grant, '49, has
more points will time may allow sorority matters to charge of refreshments and the be a food concession sponsored by
Alpha Epsilon Phi, and on the
be at stake in enter into the conversation. Under
l i ^ l i P i ^ Hie gills' bas- the new system, sorority matters men are faking charge of the other Commons balcony Chi Sigma Theta
arrangements.
is having a Cross Ski cafe.
,™ kelhall
contest would be discussed In the open much
Student Council has appointed a
Canterbury Club
The Commons Itself will be the
* w h i e h i) p e n s
committee to work with Charles
Jean Henry, '47, President of
/Continued on Page h. Column 8)
(Continued on Page k, Column U
next week.
Miller, '49, in providing more freCanterbury Club, has announced
quent entertainment lor the chilihat a Corporate Communion will
dren of the Albany Home. The
be held at St. Andrew's Church,
members of the newly-appointed
Sunday al H A. M., following which,
committee who will make plans for
breakfast, will be served by Canter'h" remainder of this year and next
bury Club and s i . Andrew's Fellowveiir are Oeraldlne Cooporman, Tit),
ship.
I obert Kltfrodge and Jean McCabe,
Ilillel
Sophomores, and Arllne Riber, '-111.
The Hillel foundations of RPI and Kappa Beta and Potter Club will
al
an
amateur
magician's
show,
of
Clowns, magicians and beauties
The movement lor orphan enlor- are lopping the entertainment bill— course. Someone asked if it, were Russell Sage Colleges have Invited sponsor date parties intoeLounge
'ainmeul which was first inaugurat- (.['-fare Saturday night, March 29, a beauty contest and the obvious the State College Hillel to a post- and Commons respectively tonight,
ed by Miller several weeks ago has al the Sophimore Big-8. The aim answer is that In no other way can purlm parly at the Jewish Commu- while Chi Sigma Theta sorority is
been growing steadily since thai of the Class ol 1949 Is "not only to a review ol fifty of the "pretties" of nity Center in Troy this Sunday at planning o date party at the house,
li P. M,, according to Solomon Mlns- The committee in charge of toe
Mine. As a result of his proposal. win the rivalry points from the 1949 be presented.
the freshmen staged their filg-ll, frosh, bin to put on a show that
It all sounds a little fantastic, but. bcrg, '47, President. All those who Kappa Beta party, which will last
•The P-wdered Wig," at I he Home will really be remembered at State." then aren't all fairy tali's a little wisli to attend should sign up on from 8:30-11:30 P. M„ includes
Wednesday, Marchft,and I lie freshAn atmosphere ol color and on the unrealistic side? Such a the Hillel bulletin board in lower Marvin Wayne, Alvln Feldman, and
men women have also made plans gaiety will be maintained Horn the combination and more too, make for Draper. This Wednesday, Hillel Abraham Trop, Sophomores. Reto lake .special interest in the chil- first opening of the door of Page entertulnment, according to Robert members will hold a meeting in the freshments will be served and endren bv having each student he in Hall, light down to I he last dance Wilcox, '49, who is the chairman Lounge at !i:30 P. M„ with Rabbi tertainment is to be provided by
charge of one child. These stu- In the gym. The barker at the of i he whole affair.
Joseph Pabachnlch speaking on the the "wits of Kappa Beta."
dents will seek to entertain the or- licket booth and the clown ushers
Al Benlnatl, '49, Is general chair"And Four To Go" is the Sophs' topic. "Reconstruction Judaism."
phans through occasional movies, mlghl Intimate the theme of a cirman of the Potter Club party in
musical
version
of
the
final
play
birthday cards and other special cus. Is II';' Well, you might say so
the Commons, Other members In
in the scries shown in New York Grad Club Announces
plans. The Sophomore class may
charge of committees are Bruce
lail
there's
more!
t'it.\.
During
I
lie
last
ton
years,
al ,o present their Hlg-ll at the
Hanson, '49, refreshments; James
There's
the .stagehand who I he three plays, "One For Tile Committee For Gowns
Home sometime in April.
Sullivan, 'B0, arrangements; and
challKCs the bill board between the Money,
Two For The Show," and
Richard Feathers, '50, music. Tenfive .scenes in eaeli of tile two acts. "Three To Make Heady," have been
Robert Bennett, President of the tative plans have also been made
Does il remind you ol vaudeville Broadway productions, using those Clnul Club, lias announced that
Potter Club for a formal dance
Frosh May Sign For Ped
days? opera, someone said There's lilies as a slogan, I he Sophomores graduate students who are to re- by
music, lo be sure, but the dozen or have finished il Willi what they ceive their master's degrees in June to be held sometime in May.
.'ran Kiting, '-17, Kdilor of 1'iitd- more hli nines may not lemind
Martha Durtlay, '47, President of
will be contacted from March 1fti/ni/Hi . lias announced that today is you of opi ra. This music is the hope will be u smash hit.
Chi Sigma Theta, has appointed
211
Inclusive
about
the
rental
of
caps
the last day lor Iie'hnien desiring kind I hat will stay at State for The decorative scheme of the
Eleanor Holblg, '48, and Joan Keyin work tai Peel lo sign up at the weeks; they'll lie hummed In the dance following the liig-H will be and gowns.
A committee has been appointed ton, 'ftO, co-chairmen of their
(illiee in the Commons
halls, sung In i he lockers, and similar to the one used in the aud- and will arrange to gol sizes and date party. The party will feature vie
in the Commons. Where itorium. That's the Sophomore collect the $:i.ft0 rental fee. Veterans music and refreshments and plans
Compulsory Pedagogue cub classes Whistled
can one see such simple magic, lilg-8 on March 29, at 11:110 P. M. moy have their fee charged to their have been made for simple decorawill hi' held Tlle.sdav nights until else
tions.
pulling a rabbit from a hat done and tickets will be on sale In lower accounts in the Co-op,
Moving-Up Day for all members of as
Draper all next week.
In
such
a
charming
manner?
Only
the Sophomore and Junior staffs,
Plans W i l l Eliminate
Hush O n Sororities
Lisker Elected
Soph President,
To Replace Baker
Religious Clubs
Schedule Events
For Next Week
New Committee
To Help Miller
With Orphans
Clowns, Magic, Music, To Furnish
Background For Circus Charmers
Frats, Sorority
Plan Date Parties
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