Otto Announces Open Rush Rules For Sororities

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STATE COLLEGE NEWS
PAOt 6
FRIDAY, SEPT. 2 6 , 1 8 4 7
Otto Announces Commuters Club Request Students
Open Rush Rules To Hold Supper To Correspond
Braun of Germany
For Sororities
Before Reception hasAnna-Maria
formed an International CorClare Creeden, '48, President of
Commuters' Club, has announced
that the Lounge will be open from
3:30 on. for those who wish to atBarbara Otto, '48, President of In- tend the President's Reception toter-Sorority Council has asked the night. A supper will be served at 5:30
NEWS to print the new sorority p.m. at a minimum cost, and danc
regulations to remind all sorority i n g ' a n d entertainment will follow.
members of the rules they must fol- Miss Creeden also announced that
low during open rush period.
the first meeting of Commuters'
Miss Otto also wishes to announce Club is scheduled for October second
that the sorority open houses will in room 205 Draper at 12 noon.
be held next week from 7-9:45 on
The supper committee consists of:
Thursday and 7-10:45 on Friday.
Mary Bacher, '49, Marion Oliver,
Helen
Kappa Delta, Alpha Epsilon Phi Jane Condo, Sophomores,
and Phi Delta sororities will receive Califano, '49, is in charge of enterthe freshmen on Thursday evening tainment. Commuters may sign up
entertaining them for forty-five before noon on the Supper Poster
minutes at each house with a fif- in lower Draper. The price is thirtyCommuting
Junior
teen minute interval set aside to five cents.
allow time to get from one house to Guides may bring their freshmen
'S.
another.A-H start at Kappa Delta; sisters.
All commuters are invited to atI-P at Alpha Epsilon Phi and Q-Z
at Phi Delta. At the end of the per- tend the first meeting of Commuters' Club and are asked to bring
iod the groups alternate.
their lunch. Discussion will include
General Regulations:
possibilities of staying over during
(a) No parties shall be given for college sociil functions. According
rushees by sororities or sorority to Miss Creeden, the purpose of
members, with the exception of Commuters Club is mainly social,
the Open Houses, the coke par- so that the commuter may become
ties, and the Formal Week-end an integral part of college life. At
affairs described in section V.
the second meeting, two freshmen
(b) In any discussion of sorority will be elected as members of the
matters, a sorority girl may Commuters' Club Executive Board.
speak of no sorority except her
own.
(c) No money is to be spent on
rushees either by sororities or
sorority members (except for
the money spent on the parties
referred to in (a)).
(d) Sorority pledges and alumnae, 'Continued from Page 3, Column 1)"
Lorna Kunz, Social Studies. Engas sorority members, are subject to all rushing regulations. lish, Altamont; Warren Kullman,
Science, Administration, Ravena;
Open Rush Period:
Eleanor Schneider, Social Studies,
Open Rush Period will extend English, Ballston Lake; Audrey
from the first day of school regis- Bopp, Social Studies, Richmondtration until Monday at 5 o'clock vllle; Dauphlne Carpenter, French,
following Thanksgiving vacation. Newark; Marcia J. Hollis, Science,
(See section V.D.)
Kerhonkson; Paul O' Leary, Com(a) Engagements and associations merce, Carthage; Helen Bode, Elinor telephoning between sorority u s h, Library, Valatie; Ruth Lape,
women and rushees shall be lim- commerce, Delmar; Genevive T
ted to the following hours, Young, French, Waldcn; Virginia
hereafter referred to as open Day, Social Studies, Schenectady;
rush hours.
Elizabeth McGrath, English, ScheSun. thru Thurs: 8 a. m. to 7 nectady.
p. m.
Fri. and Sat.: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Janet Wallis will teach Math and
Science at Selkirk; George Erbstein,
During College Functions.
Science, Casenovia-Junior College;
(b) All
. ^engagements
„ „
, must be made Janice Goodrich, Social Studies,
at the College during open rush Marlborough; J u-ie Hayes, English
hours and must not be arrang- Livingston Manor; Irene Pastore
ed before the day of the en- English, French, Stratford; Roberta
gagement with the exception Wilson, English, South Fallsburg;
that on Saturday and Sunday Patricia Russel, Latin, Spanish
dates may be made at the houses Franklin Central School; Virginia
in which the rushees Uve (but Hannon, Secretary, Albany State
still not before the day of the Laboratory; James Hastings, Sciengagement,)
ence, Tannersville; Louis Lenbauer,
(c) There shall be no double dat- Commerce, Bethleham; Doris Bush,
ing between sorority women and Language, Davenport; Dolores Di
freshmen.
Rubbo, Spanish, New York State
(d) If It Is necessary for a rusheo ,College for Teachers, Albany; Pau
and a sorority member to be in linL ' L ' Peterson, Social Studies, Eng
the same room after open rush llsh, Round Lake; Anne C. Mas
hours, permission must be ob- trangelo, English, Phllmont; Jactained from the President of queline Smead, French, Spanish,
Intersorority Council and a girl Emily Rowland Central School;
from another sorority to which Mary Curran, English, Rhinebeck
Adele Rasper,
that rushee Is eligible must also Central School
Mllth
be present.
' Altamont.
(e) Dancing during the noon hour
and Friday afternoons must
not be arranged before the day
of the dance. There shall bo no
cutting in.
(f) No sorority women may take u
week-end with a rusheo, with
the exception of W.A.A. weekends. At least two sororities
must be represented.
(g) At a designated time, tho first
week In October, tho sororities
'Portraiture At Its Finest"
shall hold Open Houses for all
rushees on two consecutive
nights from 7 to 10 p.m. In the
Friday: Psl Gamma, Ohl Sigma
Theta, Beta Zeta, and Gamma
HOLLYWOOD COMES
Kappa Phi.
EAST TO TAKE
(15 minute Intervals shall be
allowed to give the rushees time
YOUK PORTRAIT
to get from house to house),
<h) At a designated time, set by
Intersorority Council, the sorority shall hold Coke Parties for
all rushees.
OPEN 9:00 to 5:30 DAILY
Schedule Open Houses
For Thursday, Friday
Fink Announces
SEB Placements
THE
HAGUE
STUDIO
H. F. Honiksl t Son
Pharmacists
MTAaUCHCP l»0»
PHONI 4 IU«f
117 CBNTRAL A V I .
ALBANY. N. Y.
Evenings by appointment
TELEPHONE 4-0017
811 MADISON AVENUE
respondence Bureau for the purpose
of receiving "demcoratic enlightenment" from American students.
Miss Braun's group consists of
scientists, students, experts, businessmen, hobbyists, housewives, and
young boys and girls. These people
write English as well as German and
are willing to correspond in either
language.
Three Ave cent reply coupons, obtained at the Post Office, are to be
enclosed in beginning correspondence. Miss Braun's address is; International Correspondence Bureau,
Munchen 15, Lindwurmstrasse 126/A
Germany-Bavaria-U.S. Zone.
Campus Commission
(Continued from Page i,
State College News
Column S)
2. Students are not to use the
P. O. as a cloakroom. Only members of NEWS Board are permitted
to use lockers.
3. No card playing.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, OCT. 3, 1947
Z.444
DODGERS WIN
THIRD GAME
9 —8
VOL. XXXII NO. 3
4. No coats or books on or in the
desks.
M u s i c C o u n c i l To Present Russian Singers;
Serge Jaroff Directs D o n Cossack Chorus
Program Opens
To-morrow Night
In Page at 8:30
Third Assembly Dramatic Class
To Hear Wilson Re/eases Plans
Discuss Insurance For Coming Year
C_-.L_._~
\V/:II CI
i
D O p h O m O r e S W i l l LleCt
Giants to Tour Europe
After U. S. Concerts
Advanced Dramatics Class, under
t h e sponsorship of the Dramatics
and Art Council has
The Original Don Cossack Chorus
and Dancers, under the direction ol
Serge Jaroff, will appear at Page
T
Cll n
(!
that its play schedule will open on
Hall tomorrow night at 8:30 P. M.,
l O r i l l LlaSS V a c a n c i e s October 21, with plays directed by
under the sponsorship of Music
Ehen Fayc and Thomas Lisker,
Council.
Flans have been made to air the Juniors,
much discussed Illness and Accident
Students in Advanced Dramatics
Following their campaign through
Insurance Finn in assembly today, under the supervision of Miss Agthe United States, the Don Cossacks
Ricnard Smith, '47, and Donald nes Putterer, Assistant Professor of
will drive on to Europe in the
Lansky, 'i9, Co-chairmen of the English, present plays regularly
spring, their first unsupported acIllness Insurance Plan Committee, throughout the year, which they
tion on the Continent in 9 years.
will give a committee report and produce and direct themselves.
Their last appearance was under
James R. Wilson, a representative
This year's schedule begins on
USO auspices, during which they
from the United States Life Insur- October 21, with a satire on amateur
entertained 95,000 GI's stationed in
ance Company will outline the in- theatrical groups directed by Ellen
England, Prance, Holland, Belgium,
surance policy recommended by the Faye, '49. Edith Dell, '48. has the
and Germany.
committee. Following this there leading part. In comparison to the
Travel 700,000 Miles
will be a discussion from the floor, slapstick comedy of Faye's play,
According to the National ConAccording to Mr. Lansky this Thomas Lisker, '49, on the same
cert and Artists Corporation, they
plan will provide for complete cov- night, will present a sophisticated
know as much about America's
erage of all medical, surgical, and comedy, offering in the lead Phyllis
"Purple mountain majesty" and
hospitalization expenses up to live Witt Pen, '50, and Everson Kinn, '49.
"fruited plains" as National Geohundred dollars (f.500.00) per ill- Other characters will be portrayed
graphic, plus many things that
ness or accident. The premium will by Margaret Franks, '49, and Earle
magazine does not report. In 1930,
be approximately twenty dollars per Jones. '50.
the chorus of Muscovite giants exyeai
j,
Cathrine Donnelly and Mary
changed the traditional steed of the
To Elect Treasurer
Cheatham, Juniors, 'are presenting
Steppes for train and bus and have
"SMILES"
To
Provide
Also included on the agenda for their dramas on November 4. Two
since covered over 700,000 miles
touay's assembly is tne election of w e e k s l a t e i ., o n November 18, Harfrom Tallahassee to Vancouver. ,
Entertainment
in
Future
a1950.
ClassThere
Treasurer
lor the
Class
of o l d M i l l s a n d E v e , . s o n K inn. Juniors
Tonight at seven o'clock the sorThe Artists Corporation added
will also
be an
elecwill dlrect)
and
on
Decembel.
9i
The Orphans Benefit Committee, °rity open houses will continue at that by the time "World War II
tion of the (lass Song Leader. Qifford Wingate and Louise McCni
Nominees for Treasurer are Sopho Ardle Burns, Juniors, arc slated to organized by Charles P. Miller, '49,
Sigma Theta, Beta Zeta, Psi forced them onto trains, they learnmores Bernadette Freel, Gerry Kin- present two plays.
and designed to provide varied en- Gamma and Gamma Kappa Phi. e d the first name of every hot-dog
zie, Rhoda Riber. and Shirley
, , , , . , „
tertainment for the children of The The freshmen women will go from stand owner west of the Mississippi;
Wiltze, So far there are onlj two
beconct semester, Frederick Baron A l b a n v H o m e l o r children at dif- house t° l l 0 u s e i n alphabetical w e r e the favorites of hotel clerks
candidates for the ollice of Sonu and Margaret a ranks, juniors will f e r e n l l n t e r v a l s throughout the groups remaining at each house for everywhere and had traded recipes
Leader: Audrey Koch and Gloria oiler their plays on February oth. s c h o o l y e a r i h a v e d r a w n u p n c h a ) ._ 45 minutes during which time the w i t h bartenders at oases from the
Lottile, Sophomores.
iJie season wil. be completed by t e ] . o n ' w h i c h w o r k w a s ( m M
sorority members will show the Atlantic to the Pacific.
Discuss Conference Plans
John Luby, 49, and Stuart Camp- 29 1947
freshmen through the houses, en- Hold Inspection
0
F rmU V
th , , c l A 1
Student Council, at its Wednes- I W O M / , n ^
' ; ?2 i " . "
This charter, according to Mr. tertain them with their sorority
Many stories have been released
day night meeting, discussed plans in
™ 1 ,,.,',
Grieco, M l l l e i . f w h i l e n o t a l e g a l d o c u m e n t i songs and serve refreshments to the about Serge Jaroff, director of the
to send two representatives, selected 4J. on March letn.
It is said that bei s i n t e n d e d l 0 serve as an example last groups at their house. Fifteen Don Cossacks.
from the student body, to a Red
The Dramatics and Art Council and to set a precedent for all col- minutes will be allowed for getting' fore every performance Jaroff holds
Cross Conference to be held Oeto wishes to remind freshmen lo try leges and schools in the state and t 0 each place.
The singers might
l u u inspection.
ber 10 and 11. This conference will o u t f o r P l a v s at t n e Limes and places nation.
Last night open houses were held be fined anywhere from $1 for unllsted on
Pni
be held at the College of New Rothe Drama bulletin board
The charter reads as follows: We, «<•
Delta, Kappa Delta, and shlned boots or a creased tunic to
chelle. The purpose of the confer- ' " Richardson, and lo sign up on the students of New York Stale Alpha Epsilon Phi. Tonight the $25 for liquor-breath. If a man is
ence is to explain to college dele Activities Day to try out for the College for Teachers at Albany, women will go in the following ] a te for a concert, he stands to lose
(Continued on Pane J,, Column S) groups: from 7 until 7:45 the A-E $25. If he is absent without cause
gates the plan proposed by the Na- Council.
tional Chapter of the Red Cross.
—
group, Beta Zeta, P-K Psi Gamma ae parts with
• •• $50.
•'
This plan has as its aim the introL-Q, Gamma Kappa Phi, R-Z, Chi
However, in 27 years no man has
duction of Red Cross classes into
Sigma Theta; from 8 until 8:45 B V e r received a major fine. Jaroffs
college curricula. The expenses inR-Z, Beta Zeta, A-E, Psi Gamma, favorite pastime on tour is the way
curred by the .Stale College repreP-K. Gamma Kappa Phi, L-Q, Chi they account for their exemplary
sentatives will be paitl by the AlSigma Theta; from 9 until 9:45, behavior. Their leader loves to play
bany Chapter ot the Red Cross.
L-Q, Beta Zeta, R-Z. Psi Gamma, gin-rummy; and he loves to win
Alice Prindle. '48, President of
"Our country has progressed and Education, State Education De A-E, Gamma Kappa Phi, P-K, Chi whenever he does, reports claim"
10 until 10:45, the Cconcert
that night excels the
Student Council, announced the ap- prospered in direct ratio to the part.nent,
was responsible for the Sigma Theta; from
T * P«FUAamZ'
° OnCeit thftt n i g h t eXCels U l e
pointment ol Robert Wilcox, '49, as growth and strength of our Ameri- part.nent, was responsible for the S ' ^ T ^ l n
l0US 0ne
^^1,
^iJ^'pu
A F r l' P T
' H l s c h o risters prefer
Chairman of Campus Day.
can educational system.'
hbirth of the idea; having presented *'f
K a p p a phl
A E C h l lo
his plan
through
contacting
' - '
s'»e fined.
to him "More
in gin-rummy
to less,"
getting
fun; costs
Appoint Directory Staff
Recognize that quote, students of lege
presidents,
a legislative
act colln- **• °|* "])'
they say
with"More
Cossack
tintr
fined.
fun:brevity.
costs lnsn."
Also appointed at the last meeting New York Stale College for Teach- serted the item In the budget of aigma incia.
were the members of the Directory ers. In case you don't, the words New York's State Colleges for
Mr. Jaroff would like to organize
staff. Headed by Beverly Free, '48, are '.' ose of President Turn.in; the Teachers. Thus we have been for- Nelson Announces
a similar troupe with United States
Edltor-ln-Chiof. the staff is com- issue is one of major importance to tunate enough to get a start — and
Army soldiers and exchange conposed of Seniors Adeline Fischer, each college student, each person a good start - toward a plan which Revisions, N o Holiday certs with the best choruses In EuKathleen Bell, .Juniors Dorothy directly or indirectly connected with Will be for our mutual benefit; a
rope. The choristers are looking
Parr, Elaine Danielson. and Frances the teaching profession, and es- plan which has as its aims an imDr. Milton G. Nelson, Acting forward to the United States Army
Flannigan; and Sophomores Gloria pecially lo each prospective teacher, provement in teacher education; President and Dean, in an inter- singing In Moscow's Bolshol TheSottile, Lila Lee, Ann Herman, Dee
"No businessman in the United the
Improvement
a' view on Monday, September 29, a t r e w hil e the Red Army Chorus
,,.. .,..„
,.„,., of
, teachers
, . , , „,.
Webber,
Robert
Freyer,
John States can afford lo ignore the r e a d y in service; an offering of aid announced the following promo- s lngs at Radio City Music Hall.
dangerous possibilities ahead If the to school systems of the slate, with tlons: Dr. Robert Rienow to full
Moore, and Lynne DeGarino
Also announced were the" mem- present crisis In our schools Is not spedaTVl^nUon"to\hTadmlnlstra- Professorship of Political Science
Dr. Ralph H. Baker to assistant Van Dtriee .Hall
tion and
bers of the "Big 8" and Banner met and solved."
.._ admission
................. programs,
._ To Hold
ti
Hunt committees. The former is
Certainly we have all known of
• , , . , , . , ,
Professorship of Political Science, p ( c j c A t Thatcher Park
r
composed of Robert Wilcox '49 the crisis; our Interest has been
"» connection with the statewide a n d M r , R o y V ork, Jr., to assistant fcmfc
™ , "Verrey,
" , t n ' " graduate,
"'"
Raymond
house
Chairman, and Juniors Catherine diawn
by Just
all aspects
of been
the probprogram,
Bulger
has.been
In Music
Inn. But
what has
done ®d
on the Mr.
Joint
Committee
on placPub- professorship
Dr. Nelson further
stated that due manager of Van Derzee Hall, has
He Relations of the American As- to the great Increase in registration announced that a supper picnic will
Donnelly of
andBanner
Agnes Hunt
Melntyre;
the about 11?
members
CommitOn September 2, 1947, a new pro- soclatlon of Teachers' Colleges, this year the Senior and Junior be held Sunday at Thatcher Park
tee are Chairman Gerald Dunn, '51,
and freshmen Patrick Dooley, Don- Bi'am was begun at state to help which further emphasizes the ex- classes will be divided for the pur- for the residents and their dates.
solve some ol the pioblems con- tent to which this is a co-operative, pose of seating at assembly. One- plans are also in the making for an
aid Ely and Helmut h Schultze.
fronting the educational systems rather than an Individual under- half of both classes will attend open house on November 1.
of the immediate area and of the taking. The whole program calls the first semester while the second
Two busses will leave the building
sllUe
To Port Notes, Phone Calls
as a whole. In charge of the for co-operation; this means not half will have seats the second sem- al 1:00 p. m. and the picnic is
plan at our college is Mr Paul C. only in reference to other colleges, ester.
scheduled to end at 6:00 p, m.; in
Miss Van Dcnburgh, Registrar of Bulger, Coordinator of Field Serv- but to the Individual student. For
Turning the topic of the Inter- cose of rain a rainy day program
the college, has announced that all ices and Public Relations. Tills instance, each member of Student view to the oafeterio, Dr. Nelson Is scheduled to take place at Van
messages for students, such as tele- service has now been added to tho Association serves as an advertising stated that Milne High students Derzee Hall.
phone calls or personal notices, will programs of the ten other teachers' agent for the college; each must will eat from 12:30 p. m. to 1:00
Chaperones for the event will ba
no longer be delivered through the colleges In New York State, making accept as his own personal respon- p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones of toa
Student Mail System. Henceforth, New York one of the leading states slbilify the furthering of public re- In a final comment Dr. Nelson Science Department,
all such information will bo posted In the venture. Dr. Hermann Cooper, lutlons; it must be made clear that shook his head and said that there
Women are .now permitted in Van
on the bulletin boai'd which is locat- assistant commissioner in charge of this Is both a faculty and a student will be no surprise vacation this Derzee Hall on Friday and Saturday
ed opposite the Registrar's office,
teachers.
•
Job. '
year due to faculty conferences.
eenings and on Sundays for dinner.
Sonqleader. Treasurer
-
announced
Orphan s Board
Initiates Charter
New Plan To Alter School Crisis;
Name Bulger Head O f Program
Sororities Greet
Frosh Women
At Open Houses
PAGE
2
STATE C O L L E G E NEWS, FRIDAY, O C T . 3, 1 9 4 7
STATE
Twenty Dollars?
GommoH-StcUe*
B y J. M I C H A E L H I P P I C K
The wind seems to be full of insurance plans this
week. The topic is considered important enough
to rate an assembly period so it certainly must be
important enough to warrant our intelligent interest.
The
author
not
Common-Stater
of this
necessarily
column,
reflect
i s given
Spantl' Snoop,
w
the widest
latitude
although
his viewpoints
those
the
of
STATU
COLLEGE
NEWS.
The insurance plan to be offered to the student
body today, claims $20 for $500 worth of service.
. The most general comment seems to be, " I can't
afford $20," and even though our more insuranceminded friends can reply that if we can't afford a
$20 policy we couldn't very well afford a $500 sickness, the fact still remains that we have no stray
$20 bill lying around loose in our pockets. To most
State students $20 is a sizeable sum of money.
Another serious objection to the policy seems
to be the fact that eye examinations and dental
bills are not included in the $500 benefit. Granted
that the insurance company must make some profit, and the inclusion of these items would raise
the amount spent out to quite a sum, but we must
also consider that these are the items on which
most of us spend money. Even the small amount
which the present infirmary fund advances towards
the price of new glasses is some help.
R e p r l : . t e d f r o m J u n e , 1947 i s s u e of E s q u i r e C o p y r i g h t 1947 b y E s q u i r e , I n c .
"You never take ME anywhere!"
Sdiot'4, ObelifUt
By J E A N
Seventh
The new ruling cancelling any compulsory percentage participation seems to leave the whole
matter up to the individual. However, those students who have no intention of taking out the policy
themselves but are merely voting for it because
Joe up in the front row'is casting his vote that
J
, ,, i •
- i .•
, u L -c
way, should take into consideration that it a majority of the students express a desire for this plan,
the present infirmary fund will be cancelled. Those comparative
silence,
he persisted
in taking
snuff.
A sort
of sniffbeguine
type
who do not take out the new policy will then be sniff-hicisniff-sniff
of rhythym
resulted.
To our muleft unprotected.
tual
edification,
however,
we did
Let's think clearly and intelligently in assembly manage
to exchange
names.
His
today, and make sure we're clear on the issue be- wus Samuel
Pepysci
and he
gave
me pemission
to reprint
some
pasfore we find ourselves voting the wrong way.
sages
which
Smil
miles
Our annual Christmas parlies at the Albany
Home for Children seem to have become an allyear 'round affair. Thanks to Charlie Miller and
his committee, a charter has been drawn up to
organize activities, and thanks to Myskania, the
charter now has a name.
SMILES may not be the fanciest name in the
world but the work behind the name can be the
most worthwhile. The committee behind the organization has hopes for enough recognition from
other colleges to sparkplug them into .similar projects.
Success tn the launchers of the new charter.
#$I$£\
from
the pocket
he made
frequent
diary
in
entries.
Monday
Up betimes, a n d hied
m y s e l f t o t h e n e t h e r r e g i o n s of
D r a p e r H a l l . I f o u n d a n i n f i n i t y of
people entering a n d leaving a cer:
Exceeding wroth
to
t•a i n r o o m .
m i s s a n o p p o r t u n i t y to o b s e r v e so
m a n y of t h e s e w o n d r o u s s t u d e n t s ,
a n d s o w e n t in. T h e r e I f o u n d t w o
y o u n g w o m e n behind a counter,
a r g u i n g vehemently with a stud e n t . A s o r t of b a r t e r m u s t h a v e
b e e n in p r o g r e s s , for t h e r e w a s
m u c h t a l k of " s i g n a t u r e s " ,
"orders", a n d " c a n c e l l a t i o n s " . T h e y o u n g
m a n did a t last procure a large
v o l u m e of a b o o k , w h e r e u p o n t h e y
a s k e d h i m if h e w a s a " C I . " W h e n
he replied t h a t h e w a s , he w a s s e n t
on to a n o t h e r w o m a n , w h o w a s t a k ing d o w n such p e r t i n e n t
informat i o n in a n o t e b o o k . T h i s I w a s s a d
to s e c . for i n d e e d h e s e e m e d t o o
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an e-day lost weekend, I noticed an to a c h e . S o t o h o m e a g a i n , w h e r e
odd character poking about the I s u p p e d u p o n cold b e e f a n d p o n Stygian halls of Stale. Curiosity at d e r e d w h a t f o o l s w e m o r t a l s b e .
Tuesday
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last prevailed upon etiquette, and
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had difficutty carrying on a con- k i n d of s h u t t l e c o c k a c r o s s a l o n g
vernation, because in my periods of t a b l e d i v i d e d b y a n e t . M e t h o u g h t
The
I'D t h e E d i t o r :
I'm n o i n s u r a n c e e x p e r t , a n d m a k e
n o p r e t e n s e of k n o w i n g a l l t h e a n g l e s i n v o l v e d in t h e p r o p o s e d d e a l
In i n s u r e t h e s t u d e n t s of S t a t e C o l lege a g a i n s t
ceriain
medical exp e n s e s , b u t , h a v i n g l o o k e d i n t o it
s o m e w h a t , w o u l d like to m a k e a
lew c o m m e n t s .
F i r s t ut a l l . h a s a n y o n e m a d e a n y
a t t e m p t t o net a n y stul Istics o n t h e
n u m b e r ol c o l l e g e s t u d e n t s in past
years who have needed hospitalization? How m a n y have m a d e application f o r I n f i r m a r y f u n d
bcnellts'. J
H o w m u c h m o n e y h a s b e e n left a s
s u r p l u s in t h e i n i i r i u a n f u n d e a c h
year? How many students have priv a t e i n s u r a n c e ? I n o t h e r win its, is
this plan really n e e d e d ?
1 have been unofficially i n h u m e d
t h a t l i e r e is m o n e y in thi! o r d e r ol
" t h o u s a n d s " ol d o l l a r s r e t u r n e d e a c h
y e a r ( r u i n a n i n f i r m a r y f u n d built
by ti t h r e e d o l l a r c o n t r i b u t i o n I r o m
i ai h s t u d e n t ,
If t h i s is s o , w h y
c o u l d n ' t a l a r g e r h i n d be built u p
locally, w i t h I n c r e a s e d benefits to
lliu s t u d e n t s , ul n o a d d i l o n u l c o s t ?
I've b e e n l u l d it Isn't legal a n d t h a t
l h e r e H i n d u be a n e p i d e m i c . S i n c e
in a l l w a y s ll w o u l d m e n ly b e a n
e n l a r g e d i n f i r m a r y f u n d , it w o u l d
be n o m o r e i l l e g a l t h a n o u r p r e s ent system,
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of
view. 1 d o n ' t t h i n k w e s h o u l d b e
frightened into something we don't
r e a l l y n e e d by t h i s " Y o u m a y b e
n e x t " t y p e of s a l e s t a l k . L e t ' s look
at t h e odds in a practical way. W i t h
m o d e r n s a n i t a t i o n a n d city h e a l t h
much enegy w a s wasted upon the
h i t t i n g of t h e s m a l l ball t h e y u s e d .
It s e e m e d a s t r o n g frolic, for t h e y
e n d e a v o r e d n o t only t o h i t t h e ball,
b u t to h i t it in a s f l a m b o y a n t a
manner
a s possible, with
much
grunting a n d grimacing.
W a s m u c h upset to see so m a n y
y o u n g g i r l s e n g a g e d in c a r d p l a y ing. The g a m e t h e y p l a y h a s m u c h
t h e d e s c r i p t i o n of w h i s t .
It occ u r r e d t o m e t h a t t h e k n o w l e d g e of
, , l s f r a m e m u s t be p a r t of t h e
p r e s c r i b e d c o u r s e of s t u d y a t t h i s
university,
f o r g r o u p s of t h r e e
p l a y e r s will s e e k a " f o u r t h " a s e a g erly a s a n y scholar praises his La-
IN T O D A Y ' S ASSEMBLY . . .
A v e r y i n t e r e s t i n g a n d v i t a l s u b j e c t will c o m e u p
b e f o r e t h i s m o r n i n g ' s a s s m b l y s t u d e n t b o d y , f t is
s o m e t h i n g a b o u t w h i c h t h e m a j o r i t y of t h e p e o p l e
here k n o w very little. I don't know what procedure
is t o b e f o l l o w e d i n t h i s r e p o r t b y t h e I n s u r a n c e C o m m i t t e e , b u t w h e n d e a l i n g w i t h s o m e t h i n g of t h i s
i a t u r e it s e e m s t h a t a n open q u e s t i o n period would
accomplish a lot. D o n Lansky, h e a d i n g u p this c o m mittee informed m e T u e s d a y t h a t a n y a n d all questions would be a n s w e r e d in t h i s a s s e m b l y p r o g r a m .
W e t o o k a l i t t l e s p o t s u r v e y t h i s w e e k in t h e
C o m m o n s a n d while t h e results a r e n o t offered a s
v a l i d , t h e y d o i n d i c a t e s o m e t h i n g of t h e s i t u a t i o n in
which students And themselves.
24 p e o p l e yvere a s k e d t o e s t i m a t e t h e a p p r o x i m a t e
a m o u n t of m o n e y t h a t t h e y h a d s p e n t for h o s p i t a l i z a t i o n , d o c t o r s ' bills, e t c . N o d e n t a l e x p e n s e s a r e i n c l u d e d in t h e following statistics, b u t s o m e people
i n c l u d e d c o s t of g l a s s e s a n d e y e e x a m i n a t i o n s w h i c h
t h e p r o p o s e d i n s u r a n c e s y s t e m would not cover.
T h e a v e r a g e e x p e n s e p e r y e a r p e r i n d i v i d u a l of t h o s e
a s k e d w a s $49.40. T h i s r a n g e d f r o m s e v e n p e o p l e
w h o h a d s p e n t n o t h i n g to o n e p e r s o n whose e x p e n s e s
w e r e $850.00. S i n c e t h e p l a n u n d e r dlscu.' sion t o d a y
will c o v e r o n l y t o t h e e x t e n t of $500.00, t h i s w o u l d
make t h e average expense per year per individual
$34.80.
C o s t t o t h e i n d i v i d u a l for t h i s i n s u r a n c e p l a n is
$20.00. I t h a s b e e n r e p o r t e d t h a t s h o u l d t h e s t u d e n t
b o d y cleside t o a d o p t t h i s i n s u r a n c e p l a n , t h e old i n firrmiry
fund would go out t h e window. T h a t , incid e n t l y , a l l o w s a m a x i m u m of $15.00 p e r s c h o o l y e a r
at a c o s t of $3.00. A n d f r o m p r e v i o u s e x p e r i e n c e , t h i s
i n f i r m a r y f u n d is t o o i n c o n s i s t e n t f o r t h e a v e r a g e
p u p i l t o feel a n y p r o t e c t i o n f r o m i t .
T h e r e a r e , of c o u r s e , s e v e r a l i m p o r t a n t i s s u e s t o b e
d e c i d e d b e f o r e a p p r o v a l is g i v e n t h e p r o p o s e d p l a n . I s
it t o b e c o m p u l s o r y ? ( T h r e e p e o p l e s u r v e y e d h a d t h e n own individual insurance similar to t h e o n e under
d i s c u s s i o n . ' B y w h o m is it t o b e a d m i n i s t e r e d ? W i l l
p r e m i u m s b e p a i d a s a p a r i of t h e s t u d e n t t a x ? H o w
about veterans?
I t h a s b e e n c u s t o m a r y for t h e C o m m o n - S t a l e r t o
e n d e a v o r t o i n f l u e n c e h i s c o u p l e of r e a d e r s o n e w a y
o r a n o t h e r in r e g a r d s t o s u c h c o n t r o v e r s i a l m a i l e r s
Now, h o w e v e r , w e u r g e y o u o n l y t o c h e c k i n t o t h i s
i n s u r a n c e p r o g r a m thoroughly, a n d don't cast your
v o t e u n t i l y o u k n o w a l l y o u yvant t o a b o u t i i . A n d
vou c a n f i n d o u t a lot in a s s e m b l y t h i s m o r n i n g .
ON T H E I N T E R N A T I O N A L SCENE
We've been having Marshall Plans, T r u m a n Plans,
tin.
ai il j u s t a b o u t a s m a n y p l a n s a s t h e r e a n ' p o l i t i c i a n s
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mi the flat of his back, I i n c o m e d e r i v e d f r o m t h a i s o u r c e w o u l d be j u s t a d r o p
detained
him long enough
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comments.
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s p e l l e d s i d e w a y s is V E T O .
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Silver a n d Gold.
A r e m i n d e r In t h e a i i l u i n o b i l e d r i v e r s in s c h o o l A
lot nl h s c e i i s e s e x p i r e d o n S e p t e m b e r 30 II y o u r s d i d ,
b e l t e r gel it r e n e w e d .
T o d a y ' s w o r d s of w i s d o m c o m e f r o m a n o l d m a g a z i n e : " J a y w a l k i n g is I h e c a u s e ol m u c h nl l h a l r u n d e p a i ' t m e i i i s u p e r v i s i o n , it Is a very d o w n f e e l i n g "
I e i n o l e i i s s i b i l i l j I lull any e p i d e m i c
would strike S t a l e College. Against
T h a i b r a n d n e w b y - l i n e a b o v e is at I h e ivque.sl nl
tills r e m o t e p o s s i b i l i t y , a i e w e g o i n g snliie nl o u r u p : . l a i r r e a d e r s . H o w c o u l d I h e l p it'.'
In p a y s o m e c o m m e r c i a l i n s u r a n c e
c o m p a n y , m i l $20, bill o v e r $20
o n e l i n a l s u g g e s t i o n a n d we'll d i e I n a n o t h e r Week
thousand dollar' each year?
or MI T h o s e R u s s i a n s i n g e r s will put o n a .swell show
MAA a n d W A A a l r e a d y h a v e a ( l e t t o i l il y o u c a n . A b r a n i s s a y s Ihey a r c W h i l e R u s c o n t i n g e n c y h i n d in c o v e r i n j u r i e s s i a n s M I ynii w o n ' t b e c a l l e d n a m e s for a t t e n d i n g .
s u s t a i n e d by s t u d e n t
participation
in t h e i r a c t i v i t i e s , a n d a s f a r a s
I k n o w , I h e r e h a s n e v e r b e e n any
" e p i d e m i c " ill a c c i d e n t s w h i c h t h i s
h i n d h a s fulled t i c o v e r . T h i s c o v er . H i e t i n t e n t s al i h c l i m e i h a l
they a r e m o s l likely In gel h u r l . I I t l D A Y , October :i, IIII7
If
mil g o o d b u s i n e s s In pay for 3:3(1 P . M . I n l e r - V a r s l t j C h r i s t i a n f e l l o w s h i p m e e t I n s u r a n c e l o r I h e l i m e y o u ' r e least
ing 111 R n o i n till. Illble SI inly C l a s s
likely In get h u r t .
7 Illl I ' M
S u n n i l y O p e n H o u s e s al C h i S i g m a 'IIit-l a , Hela Z e l a . " s i ( l a m i n a ( l a m i n a K a p p a
'I h i s policy w ill mil c o v e r d e n t a l
Phi.
bills, except a s i h e result ol a n u c c i Ii Illl P . M . K a p p a D e l i a Who S m o k e r ill C o n u n u i l s .
di'iii. a n d d u e s imi c o v e r r y e e x a m i n a t i o n s , t h e t w o t h i n g s w h i c h most o( r e m i t :i-fi
ol us d o act unify n e e d
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nl us w o r k for a c o u p l e of m o n t h s ,
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T r u e , we m a y be c o v e r e d by w o r k 11:30 I ' M
U o n C o s s a c k C h o r u s , p i e s e n l e d by MtlMc
men'.-, c o n i p c n . s u i i n n al Hint
nine,
C o u n c i l , P a g e Hall
bill n e v e r l h e l e s s , w e a r e p a y i n g l o r
12 m o n t h s p r o t e c t i o n a n d o n l y g e t - S I ' N D A V , O c t o b e r 5
1:00 I ' M , M u s e s l e a v e V a n l l c r / . e e I lull I'm a p i c n i c
t i n g 10.
al T h a t c h e r P a r k
1 m u s t a d m i t 1 h a v e n ' t b e l i e v e d 2-1) P . M . Ilillel F r a n k f u r t e r R o u s t al O h u v S c h n in B u n l u C l a n s l o r s o m e l i m e , a n d
lom Synagogue, W a s h i n g i o u Avenue.
still d o n ' t . S h o u l d w e , t h e s t u d e n t s
TUESDAY, October 7
of S t a t e C o l l e g e p a y s o m e 20 t h o u C o m m e r c e C l u b M e e t i n g , U r . C o o p e r will s p e a k .
s a n d d o l l a r s f o r t h e p r o t e c t i o n of
Hie few s t u d e n t s w h o will n e e d m a - T H U R S D A Y , O c t o b e r '•>
3:30 P . M . F o r u m m e e t i n g h i l o u n g e . A field r e p jor operations each year? I say no I
r e s e n t a t i v e of f|ie U n i t e d N a t i o n s , M r . E l We should provide those students
d r l c h , will b e I h e s p e a k e r .
protection under a plan similar to
the MAA-WAA contingency fund. 7:30 P . M . - N e w m a n C l u b m e e t i n g al. N e w m a n H a l l .
T h e s p e a k e r will bu F a t h e r C o l l i n s ,
(iene Mul'iiren, '48
7:30 P . M . S.C.A. O m n i ) F i r e M e e t i n g a t D o r m F l u i d
College
Calendar
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By PAULA
as
do
TICHY
T h e w e a t h e r is fine for football
b u t i n N e w Y o r k C i t y t h i s yveek, t h e
s p o r t s s p o t l i g h t is t u r n e d o n b a s e ball.
At Yankee Stadium a n d at
Ebbets
Field
the annual
World
S e r i e s Classic is taking place b e t w e e n t h e New York Yankees a n d
the
Brooklyn
Dodgers.
Realizing
t h e intense rivalry usually e n g e n d e r e d b y t h i s c l a s h of t i t a n s , w e u n d e r t o o k a p o l l t o find o u t if t h e
feeling h a d been t r a n s m i t t e d to t h e
s t u d e n t s of N Y S C T . T h e q u e s t i o n
w a s : W h o will w i n t h e s e r i e s ?
THE ANSWERS
COLLEGE
nilllr.
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K D R Overcomes Ansels 19 - 0;
Van Derzee Bows to Huskies
A l l Play Features
Ground Attacks
The
MAA intramural
football
league got underway
Wednesday
wiln K D R clowning t h e Angels ( 1 9 0)
and Huskies
taking
VanZee
(13-7).
Scaring once in t h e first, t h i r d
ant
fourth
quarters, K D R overp a w n e d a stubborn Angel team. A
strong wind forced t h e t e a m s to
F e w s t u d e n t s h a d t h e t e m e r i t y to forsake a passing a t t a c k a n d both
p i c k t h e D a n g e r s but those w h o did, switched t o g r o u n d play soon after
w e r e quite, v i o l e n t i n t h e i r r e a c t i o n s . t h e o p e n i n g w h i s t l e .
H a l T u n k c l , '50—The Y a n k s with Dickinson S t a r t s Scoring
F r a n k S h e a will t a k e i t i n five
T a k i n g Duffus' kickoff S t o n e r e games.
l u m e d t n e ball t o t h e t h i r t y w h e r e
E v e r s o n K h i n , '49—The Y a n k e e s the Angels took over on d o w n s . Afts u r e in six g a m e s over " B u m s . "
er t h r e e p a s s e s failed D a l t o n p u n t Carol Finch, '51—Ihe
D o d g e r s ed into t h e e n d zone. Holiday g a i n e d
h a v e e v e r y t h i n g a n d s h o u l d w i n i n five y a r d s b e f o r e S t o n e s t e p p e d off
t h e first, first d o w n o n a r e v e r s e .
six g a m e s .
G . i i i ' M c L a r e n , '4S T h e Y a n k e e s , T w o p a s s e s f a i l e d t o click h e r e b e b e i n g a " S e r i e s C l u b . " wil c o p i n fore B r o p h y f a d e d a n d p a s s e d t o
D i c k i n s o n for t h e f i r s t s c a r e .
five.
J a c k L e h r , '51—The Y a n k e e s forWith Dalton returning Holiday's
ever! They'll win lour straight!
long kickoff t w e n t y y a r d s t h e A n G e o r g e G l c n d a y , ' 5 0 - T h e Y a n k s , gels b e g a n t o m o v e . D a l t o n h i t t h e
e n d for a g a i n a n d p a s s e d t o W i l s o n
w i t h t h e i r t h a r p o u t f i e l d , in five.
E l o i s e W o r t h , ' 4 8 — T h e Y a n k e e s far e i g h t b u t K D R i n t e r c e p t e d t h e
w i l l w i n i n five g a m e s o n a l l a r o u n d n e x t p a s s a n d t o o k o v e r o n t h e i r
f o r t y . T h e A n g e l s h e l d for d o w n s ,
abilitv.
C'ul Z i p p i n , '47 — T h e D o d g e r s ' t h e n i n t e r c e p t e d a b u g K D R p a s s
s p i r i t is d u e t o s c o r e if t h e s e r i e s a s t h e h a l f e n d e d .
K D R a d d e d their second touchg o e s to seven.
L i n D i G a r m o , ' 5 0 — H o w c a n t h e d o w n noon a l t e r t h e s t a r t of t h e
second half. S t o n e broke t h e back
Y a n k e e s lose?—Four straight.
Sy F e r s h , '50—The D o d g e r s .
If i. a n A n g e l t h r u s t b y i n t e r c e p t i n g
C a s e y i s i n l o r m . will c o m e t h r o u g h a D a l t o n p a s s , a n d a D i c k i n s o n - t o Stone aerial provided t h e second
in six.
Galvan
ended
the
day's
S p a r k y V a u g h n , '50—The Y a n k s ' score.
p o w e r a t t h e p l a t e l o s t o p B r o o k s s c o r i n g by : n a r i n g a p a s s f r o m S t o n e
l a t e in t h e f i n a l q u a r t e r .
in seven.
H a r v . Milk, '51— T h e o v e r - a l l abil- Huskies N i p V a n Z c c
i t y of t h e Y a n k s will w i n in five
games.
T o m l . i s k e r , '40 — T h e y o u t h f u l
D o d g e r s a r c t o p s ! S i x g a m e s t o victory !
M a r i e T h u r l o w , '51 I k n o w t h a t
t h e " B u m s " a r e s u r e - f i r e in six
games.
C u r t PfalT, '48 T h e big b a t s oi
t h e " C l i p p e r s " t o p o w d e r " B u m s " in
six.
W a l t K e e l e r , '51
T h e Dodgers
will " s t e a l " t h e S c r i e s in s e v e n
games.
. l o a n M c C a b e , 'lit- - T h e D o d g e r s
a r e d u e . T h e y ' l l t a k e t h e S c r i e s in
seven.
B i l l G i n s b e r g , '49 T h e c l u c k - w o r k
Y a n k s will c o p in live g a m e s .
D o n D i c k i n s o n , '49 W h a t S e r i e s ?
Ii-v. W a x n i a n , '.">() J a c k i e R o b i n s o n will s p a r k I h e D o d g e r s l o w i n
in s i x .
W a r r e n I J e r g l a s , '51 Y a n k t h m v
,.,•. i o m i l D o d g e r s in s e e n m i m e s .
H u s t y W i l s e y , '50 T h e D o d g e r s in
.siHi'ii g a m e s "I h a d a d r e a m . "
J o h n K i n g . •'"><> T h e Y a n k s will
m o p u p Hi • D o d g e r s in l o u r guinea
G n r i D e l i g a i l i s , '48 '! h e Y a n k e e s
a r e l u t e d lo w in in lull series.
K e n l . u d l u m . '51 B r o o k l y n could
nol u m e i i I h e Y a n k s Willi a pole
B o m b e r s in s i x .
' l e d U r o s s i c , '51
T h e Yankees
v, in c l u b t h e B r o o k s in six g a m e s
M u r v W a y n e , '111
T h e Yank
I'Dllldu'l m i s s , bill in be s a f e : live
g a m e - i n Will.
. l a n d W h i t m a n . '.'><) T h e D o d g e r s
Mil win then
i I •'•in' by g o i n g
NEWS,
WAA Playday
Due Tomorrow;
Fun, Food,Frolic
Are you sun-down, run-down or
h a r d u p ? Maybe you're hungry, br
j u s t a little bit homesick?
G o t all
of M o n d a y ' s h o m e w o r k d o n e a n d
looking for some excitement?
Well,
frosh, fasten those green beanies
on your heads a n d listen t o w h a t
w e h a v e t o offer.
T h e W o m a n ' s Athletic Association
is h o l d i n g i t s a n n u a l " f r o s h p l a y day" tomorrow afternoon on t h e
D o r m F i e l d f r o m t w o t o five. Y o u
say you've never been t o a " p l a y day"?
T h e n just p r e p a r e yourself
t o o n e of t h e b i g g e s t a n d b e s t e s t
a f t e r n o o n s ever a n d come t o t h e
frolic.
Soccer League
Council S/afes
Returns To State Co-ed Ha/r/de
After several y e a r s lapse, soccer
is c o m i n g b a c k .
T h e s e a s o n will
open a week from tomorrow u n d e r
t h e c h a i r m a n s h i p of N o l a n P o w e l l ,
'49.
T h u s far only three teams have
entered. V a n Derzee Hall, Potter
C l u b , a n d a g r o u p c o m p o s e d of
p l a y e r s f r o m t h e list o n t h e M A A
board.
T h e r e is r o o m for a l o t
more members.
At least o n e more
t e a m s h o u l d be a d d e d t o insure
p l e n t y of c o m p e t i t i o n .
B e c a u s e ol
t h i s need f o r m o r e p l a y e r s t h e d e a d S t r i k i n g e a r l y a n d t h e n h o l d i n g l i n e for s i g n i n g will b e m o v e d u p
t h e i r lead, t h e H u s k i e s lead o i l t h e i r t o n e x t M o n d a y , O c t o b e r G. A n y
yricl s l a t e w i t h a 13-7 w i n o v e r g r o u p s w h o w o u l d like t o e n t e r
V a n Z e e , T h e H u s k i e s p i c k e d u p a s h o u l d t u r n i n a list t o N o l a n P o w e l l
t o u c h d o w n in t h e firs: q u a r t e r a n d or t h e M A A before t h e s a m e d a t e .
added then
s e c o n d s c o r e in t h e
G a m e s will be p l a y e d o n S a t u r f.iurth q u a r t e r . V a n Z e e s c o r e d t h e i r d a y a n d will n it i n t e r f e r e w i t h f o o t 'I'D in t h e f i n a l m i n u t e s of p l a y .
ball
T w o g a m e s will be s c h e d u l e d
Mtcr
t h e b a l l h a d e x c h a n g e d if a f o u r t h t e a m d e v e l o p s , m o r e if
h a n d s t w i c e f o l l o w i n g t h e kickoff, a s u d d e n i n t e r e s t o c c u r s .
S o r e n s o n p a s s e d t o D o o l e y l o r 12
You d o n ' t need to be a s e a s o n e d
y a r d s , a n d V a u g h n c a r r i e d t h e ball p l a y e r t o c o m * o u t . All t h a t is n e e d t o a first d o w n .
T w o p l a y s l a t e r ed is old c l o t h e s , s n e a k s , a n d a
W o o l w o r l h w e n t o v e r a n d W a l s h s t r o n g p a i r of legs. T h e m o r e i n caught a pass far t h e conversion. terest s h o w n , t h e h e l l e r t h e league
Sorenson Passes to Score
Will b e .
Second hull got u n d e r w a y a s
P o i n t s will be a w a r d e d t o b o t h
S a n t u r a p i c k e d u p a lirsl d o w n for p l a y e r s a n d officials u n d e r t h e n e w
V a n Z e e . H e r e t h e H u s k i e s took o v e r M A A . s c h e d u l e . T h e i n i t i a l leg in
on t h e i r o w n t w e n t y a n d b e a m t h e i r I iie s o c c e r
championship
trophy
final t o u c h d o w n m a r c h .
Sorenson awaits Ihe winners.
in a . d l i Diinlc\ b u ' a lorl y y a r d
gain and alter intercepting a V a n Zee pass, tossed to G r i f l i n lor t h e
M en vs
omen in Hod' < e y
scare
VanZee
scored
as
Gates
p i c k e d u p a I a m b i c a n d w e n t over,
A hocke.i g a i n e will be p l a y e d b e 'I'll Ii S a n ; u r a a d d i m i I lie e s t r a p o i n t . t w e e n a W A A t e a m a n d a s q u a d
I i i o l h a l l S c h e d u l e : l O c i , (i-Kii
. i m p o s e d ol m e n f r o m S i . M a r y ' s .
T h e .ial ' h a s b e e n l e l l l a l i v e l y set
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t e a m ; n T u e s d a y , O ' d o b c r 7, al 3:30
It H u s k i e s i s H e a l e r
Hoi h girl
a n d fellow,'
from all
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W A A a n d M A A will s t a g e a c o r n bineel o p e r a t i o n O c t o b e r 17, f e a t uring a hnyride a n d dancing.
This
a f f a i r , f i r s t of i t s k i n d l o b e s p o n s o r e d b y S t a t e C o l l e g e , will b e f o r
couples only.
B e v S i t t i g , '49, a n d G e o r g e P o u l o s ,
'48, will l a k e c h a r g e of t i c k e t s a n d
g e n e r a l a r r a n g e m e n t s . Ellie A d a m s .
'50, a n d G e n e M c L a r e n , '48, will
t a k e c a r e of r e f r e s h m e n t s
while
D i c k F e a t h e r s , '50, will h a n d l e t h e
m u s i c . " P u g " K u h l k i n , ' 5 1 , a n d Al
K a e h n , ' 5 1 , a r c i n c h a r g e of c l e a n u p a n d will be a s s i s t e d by o t h e r
m e m b e r s of t h e C l a s s of ' 5 1 .
According to present p l a n s , t h e
I'.ayritle will l a s t f r o m 7:30 t o 9:30
p. m . D a n c i n g p l u s
refreshments,
c o n s i s t i n g of c i d e r a n d d o u g h n u t s ,
will follow in t h e C o m m o n s .
The
price for t h e entire evening h a s
b e e n set at o n l y s e v e n t y - f i v e c e n t s
per couple.
All W e l c o m e
Mickey
Seaman,
'49,
General
Chairman, h a s announced that all
f r e s h m e n , a s well a s u p p e r c l a s s m e n ,
a r e I n v i t e d . T h e e v e n t , W A A ' s official r e c e p t i o n for t h e frosh, will
include games, entertainment a n d
POOD.
T h e committees in charge include
Lydia Boyton a n d P a t Tilden, S e n i o r s , r e f r e s h m e n t s ; B e v S i t t i g , '49,
a n d J e a n H o t a l i n g , '50, g a m e s ; a n d
J u a n i t a E v a n s , '49, e n t e r t a i n m e n t .
Entertainers
S p e c i a l l y to e n t e r t a i n y o u , M i g
H o e f n e r , '49, h a s p r o m i s e d t o d o h e r
famous acrobatic dance while Ellen
P a y , '48, will d o a m o n o l o g u e . T h e
S t a t e College Trio a n d a skit by
W A A C o u n c i l will c o m p l e t e t h e
program.
I n addition to peanuts, apples a n d
c o k e s t a l l f o r free, i n c i d e n t a l l y ) a l l
.
,
...
, „ . , ..,
...
I r o s h will r e c e i v e W A A f l y e r s w i t h
c o m p l e t e l i s t s of P a l l S p o r t s , _ C a p tains, time, place a n d r e q u i r e m e n t s .
L u c y L y t i c , '49. a n d S u e M i l l e r , '50,
h a v e p r e p a r e d these flyers. T h e y ' l l
look good in a n y b o d y ' s s c r a p b o o k
for M a r g e P u s m e r , '49, h a s clone a
beautiful a r t job on them.
B e s i d e all t h e s e o t h e r a t t r a c t i o n s ,
i t ' s a lot of d o w n r i g h t g o o d f u n a n d
o n e of t h o s e s p e c i a l e v e n t s y o u j u s t
c a n ' t afford to miss.
See you all
t h e r e . . .!
w
D u n E l y , '51 T h e Y a n k
In m u t e T h u
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, OCT. 3, 1947
PAGE 4
Grand Marshall
Lists Chairmen,
Assembly Rules
Complete Cooperation
O f Students Asked
By Campus Commission
The Value Of Long Skirts;
Or: How Will You Decide?
There's a rumor going around
State College that henceforth
all girls are going to stick to
short skirts. Whether or not
this is true is not for us to say
here, but having found that it
Is impossible to proceed further
in the college year without a
clear cut decision, Debate Council has raised the following proposition: Resolved: that it is to
the advantage of State College
for its women to wear long
skirts. The situation is serious and a stand must be made
on the issue. Therefore, the
position will be debated in Assembly by Debate Council.
Helen Kisiel, '48, Grand Marshal
of Campus Commission, has announced assembly regulations, and
the chairmen of the various committees for the 1947-48 school year.
The assembly regulations are:
1. All students must be in assembly
at or before eleven o'clock at which
Girls—you can't afford to miss
time the doors will be closed. 2. Out this debate. The future of State
of due respect to speakers and the College's skirts hinges on the
like, walking through the assemoutcome.
bly is not permitted. Practice
Men—here is the opportunity
teachers coming from Milne, please
to witness the defense of what
note: weather permitting use the
you hold dear in life.
outside doors from Milne to Richardson; otherwise go through the
gym while assembly program is in
The chairmen of the various
progress. 3. No one will be permit- committees are as follows: Vic,
ted to leave the assembly until the Richard Feathers, '50; Coke, Joseph
meeting has been adjourned. 4. Zanchelli, '49, and D.ivid Jack, '50;
Myskania leaves the assembly, fol- Mimeograph Machine, Susan Millowed by the Seniors, Juniors, ler, '50; Lost and Pound, Renee HarSophomores, and freshmen respec- ris, '50; Mailboxes, Alice Williams,
'48; Posters, Pearl Pl?ss, '49; Lounge,
tively.
Mary Jean Carver, '48; Commons,
All the members of Campus Com- Margaret Seaman, '49, and Ruth
'50; Annex,
Locker
mission will act as marshals in as- Matteson,
sembly and will enforce these reg- Room, and Halls, Lawrence Appleulations. Please cooperate with by, '49, and Plorice Kline, '50; Marshal Rita Shapiro, '48.
them.
STATIONERY
BOOKS
Religious Clubs Violation Gale,
This afternoon Myskania will hold
Plan Foil Events an open hearing in room 23, Rich-
ardson, on a case in violation of
• Continued from Page 1, Column i) Student Christian Association's State College traditions.
President, Marian Meiras, has anNew York do draw up this Charter nounced that an S.C.A. camp Are
For the first time this year Mysfor enriching the lives of the chil- meeting will be held Thursday on the kania will act in a judicial capacity,
dren at The Albany Home for Chil- terrace between the two dorm fields and decide a case. The violation
dren.
at 7:30 P.M. while Hillel will sponArticle 1. The name of this or- sor a frankfurter roast Sunday concerns Audrey Hartman, '50, and
ganization shall be SMILES.
from 2-5 P.M. at the Ohav Scholom Paul Kirsch, '51.
In keeping with the penalty for
Article 2. This organization is a synagogue on Washington Avenue.
student organization chosen by the The next Newman Club meeting will the second offense, the following is
Student Council and composed of be held October 9 at Newman Hall a list of those students, who have
interested individuals to direct the with Father William Collins fea- received second warnings: Paul
tured as guest speaker. Inter-Var- Kirsch, John Chaques and Paul
activity.
Article 3. These activities include sity Christian Association slates its Lavey, freshmen; Juanita Evans, '49.
annual Christmas parties, invita- Fall program including a confertions to college plays, and other ence to be held Oct. 3-5 at Camp
productions, We also sponsor pic- Pinnacle.
Faculty Tickets Now O n Sale
nics, parties, sports, and other en- The guest speaker at the S.C.A.
The faculty may purchase their
tertainments at the home itself.
meeting will be Rev. J. E. Carothers
Article 4. To carry out the above of Calvary Methodist Church. Sing- Student Activities tickets for three
activities, we sponsored college ac- ing will follow and refreshments dollars, according to Nancy Walsh,
48, Secretary of the Student Board
tivities. We were also aided by will be served.
of Finance. This excludes the Pedstudents' personal gifts.
Ruth Price, '49, of Inter-Varsity agogue, Primer, and News, however.
Article 5. For the past two years has announced that approximately
we have found success and satis- 50 students from State, RPI and
faction, a great truth not found Union have registered for the orwith gold or silver.
ganization's fall conference.
Last
We are hoping to spread this minute registration will be received
movement so as to make life a lit- President, Marian Meiras, '49, has
tle brighter for those children denied announced that an S.C.A. camp lire
by Murial Owens '49.
the affection of the home.
Others who aided in the drawing
up of this charter were Lois Hutchinson, Elizabeth Margot, Joan Alverson, and Betty Rose Hilt, Class of
"47.
"Portraiture At Its Finest"
Mr. Miller is now printing this
charter
and Philip
Lashinsky,
Graduate Student, will present it
203 Central Ave.
to Student Association in a regular
assembly in the near future.
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Snake Dance, Rally, Will Highlight Program
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L h e p l a t t e r that's c a u s i n g p l e n t y of c h a t t e r
in j u k e circles is " S k i t c h " H e n d e r s o n ' s latest
i n s t r u m e n t a l — " D a n c i n g W i t h a D e b . " Boy
— w h a t a record !
It's o b v i o u s " S k i t c h " h a s h a d p l e n t y
of experience in t i c k l i n g those ivories,
"Skitch" and some of
his side-men looking
over an arrangement of
"Dancing With a Deb."
and h e follows that e x p e r i e n c e r u l e in
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T r y C a m e l s , C o m p a r e . Let y o u r
o w n e x p e r i e n c e tell you w h y m o r e
people a r e s m o k i n g C a m e l s t h a n
ever b e f o r e !
S K , T f f "Baby P-rty" Renews
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b r a n d s and c o m p a r e d , " says " S k i t c h . "
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Pascuzzi, George Poulos, AlicePrin- p 0 | t e r C UD T r a d i t i o n s
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Mar ton Thomson, Paula mora fiom 8 P. M. unui
Audrey K o c h w a s elected ^ n g
s m o k i n g too. " I s m o k e d m a n y different
My c h o i c e f r o m e x p e r i e n c e is
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ners, will sing songs and munch apAt its
Wednesday night meeting, p l e s a r o u n d t h e bo nfire built by
student Council announced the ap- ^ o d n e y P e l d e r , .49. Then Wilma
polntment of Marjorie Smith 49, D l e h l and Gloria Rand, Juniors, will
as the neW
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sophomores
reglgnatlon
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turn to college this fall.
Numerical Tabulations:
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Robert Tucker and Bemadette p M
Sophomores, will
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12 to 12:30 P. M.
t l l l , l J O s l t i o n of dramatic critic for
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w ,U„, lour hours each day be- U t S e n i o r s , V j r a a *
/orthcoming college productions
u o m i n a t i o n s are to Z
. l h e , t K a n men was their \Z
going on tour bu many
Matthews. Director of the b c \ ; b d o y 0 o ,'a^basis of beauty alone, while Ooletta F temorrls, '49, will
S m e I r t e S S S a and sincerity, changes are made during the
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photographer,
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.. m e m b e r s of the Senior " " ^
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MoTj aren's column w 11 appear in
often found aok ing: I^ v ™ * "
and the Don Cossacks made ready & « * *J Graduate Students who D r . Ellen O. Stokes Dean of Jfj^t^ffSS^
of the Nswa,
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