**l Stililove State', Says Jones; Gives Talk On Virgin Islands Religious Clubs

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9TATK C O I X B O I N I W S , FRIDAY, DEC. S, 1 t 4 7
PAar e
Christian Movement dinner to be
held at Hale House, Union College,
tomorrow at 5:30 p.m. The remainder of the evening will be spent in
dancing. The Capitol district area
members include RPI, Union, RusDr. Frank Oabbelein, of New York sell Sage, Skidmore, and State.
Lounge. The-program will be built
around a Christmas-in-other-lands
theme with appropriate costumes,
music,, customs, and carols.
Also on Thursday, Newman Club
will hold a regular meeting at which
Communism will be the main topic
Last Wednesday night the Lounge stant Shadows;*. The material for City, will be the principal speaker
This Thursday at 7:30 p.m. SOA of discussion. The meeting will bewas the scene of a gathering of the former book has been compiled at the Capitol District Student will have a general meeting in the gin with Benediction at 7:30 p.m.
many of State's students and fa- from the ghost folk-lore of the Hudculty, as well as a few outsiders. son Valley which was brought to
The cause of > this meeting was the Dr. Jones by his students, The book
r t t u r n of Dr. Louis O. Jones, former will be published this spring by
Assistant Professor of English, who Houghton and IJiflin, Boston, Maslectured and showed colored slides sachusetts.
JSSSs-s
on his nine-months stay in the VirLast fall Dr. Jones resigned from
gin Islands last year.
the faculty at State, and went to
Dr. Jones has been a familiar fig- Cooperstown to direct the New York
ure here at State for many years, State Historical Association, and its
havinfe taught English to her stu- three libraries and three museums,
dents from 1933 to 1946. Last year one of which is in Ticonderoga. The
he journeyed to the Virgin Islands Hisorical Museum in Cooperstown
as an ideal place to work on the two has the only collection of the
books conseuently written by him, unique life masks of such famous
"Spooks of the Valley" and "Con- people as Thomas Jefferson, John
Adams, and Dolly Madison. The
Farmers' Museum, also at Cooperstown, Ms devoted entirely to New
York State rural life, especially early
folklife. When completed, it will
have life-size _ models of rural life
including a stone schoolhouse, a
A new plan has come forth to es- completely stocked country store and
tablish more cooperation between a blacksmith shop.
the area colleges; it will enter its
Another job which Dr. Jones manexperimental stages this Friday. ages is the editing of two magaState, Siena, Russell Sage, Skid- zines, the "New York Folklore Quarmore, and Union colleges will broad- terly" and the "New York Historcast over station WROW at 4:45 ical".
p.m. This will become a weekly proIn closing Dr. Jones stated to the
gram and the purpose of these public-at-large,
"I still love State
broadcasts will be to feature music, College."
discussions, and publicity of the
extra-curricular activities of these
schools.
This week's program will be
broadcast from the campus of Siena
College and will feature the Alma
Maters and fight songs of the
above-mentioned schools. This plan
is primarily to interest college students.
**l Stililove State', Says Jones; Religious Clubs
Plan Programs
Gives Talk On Virgin Islands
Area College
Broadcasts Today
Give 3000 Lbs.
In Fellowships
During 1948-49
Ped Releases Deadline
For Yearbook Photos
Gloria Gilbert, '48, co-editor of
Pedagogue has announced that
all students who have ordered extra
pictures from the Hague Studio and
have not put a deposit on them must
do so by Tuesday or work will not be
begun on them.
Because of an earlier dead line, the
photographer will not be able to
bring the underclassmen's pictures
to school as previously announced.
All those wishing to order pictures
for Christmas will have to go to the
studio to place the order and leave
a deposit.
Members of the Junior, Sophomore, and freshman classes are requested to submit candid shots taken of members of their class or of
school activities which may be used
in the Pedagogue, to Adrienne
forlo, '48, Photography Editor, by
Tuesday.
Five fellowships of 600 pounds each
for study at either Oxford or Cambridge University during 1948-49 will
be awarded to qualified American
students under the terms of the
Charles and Julia Henry Foundation.
Z-444
ALBANY, NEW YORK, FRIDAY, DEC. 13, 1947
Both men and women are eligible,
but preference will be given to recent college graduates of distinction before July 1, 1948. Applicants
must present a definite scheme of
study or research; they must be unmarried and prepared to devote their
whole time to the objectives of the
fellowship.
Applications must be in by February 16, 1948. Application forms
may be obtained from the office
of the Secretary of Yale University,
New Haven, Connecticut, or from
the office of the President of this
college.
CHRISTMAS,
HAPPY NEW YEA?.
VOL. XXXII NO.
Religious Clubs
To Present Big-4
On Wed. Night
"7b Those Who Served — "
NEWS Extends Its Thanks
Themes To Include Feast
Nativity, Christmas Eve
As you turn the pages of this
hallowed piece of journalistic
endeavor, we, of the NEWS
Board, hope that you will notice
with as much pride as we, the
special supplement "slip sheet"
enclosed herein.
Awards of Merit
1. Kocky Donnelly for her excellent drawings of the fraternity and sorority pins.
And
while we're at it, to all those who
donated their pins over Thanksgiving.
2. Erwin Buschmann and Paul
Meadows for taking and developing pictures at H-hour. Also
individuals who ran around getting pictures and endured great
sacrifices In doing so.
3. The Blind-Man for the use
of his car.
4. The Albany Engraving Co.
for their patience.
5. The Hudson Evening Register, and especially Tony, without
whose kind and able assistance
this and every other issue of the
NEWS could never exist.
Fran Warren,
Gene Williams
Will Vocalize
Kisiel Releases
Plan To Remodel
State Commons
Armory Decorations
Plans for improving the Commons
of State College were released WedPlanned By Professional
nesday by Helen Kisiel, '48, Grand
The Religious Clubs will present
Marshal. The Administration has
Tomorrow evening the first Intertheir annual Big-4 Wednesday, Deagreed to paint the Commons and
Fraternity-Inter-Sorority Ball in the
cember 17, at 8:00 p. m. Each orthe renovation will be made by
history of State College will be preganization will act out a theme perCampus Commission as soon as this
sented at the Washington Avenue
taining to one phase of their obis clone.
Armory. Highlighting the event
servance of Christmas.
are Claude Thornhill and his sixThe
Commission
proposes
to
place
The Story of Chanukah, the Jewteen-piece orchestra, who will featan absentee voting booth on the
ish Feast of Lights, will be given
ure Fran Warren and Gene Wilbalcony
of
the
Commons
that
will
by Hillel. Stanley Abrams, '48, will
liams as vocalists.
be in a permanent location and
narrate the story, which was written
Before World War II, the Christdesignated
accordingly.
This
desk
by Joy Simon and Myra Rosenberg,
mas ball was planned as an affair
is
also
to
be
used
for
organizational
Juniors. Others in the cast include
sponsored exclusively by Inter-Fratactivities when it is not needed for
Edith Dell and Seymour Sundick,
ernity Council; at that time this
voting
purposes.
Seniors, and Thomas Lisker, '49.
was a formal dance given t^e week
The chorus will be directed by Jean
Class banners will be arranged
before Christmas. This year InterHoffman, '48.
on the wall so that the most recent
Sorority Council decided that they
CLAUDE THORNHILL
banner
will
always
be
nearest
the
wished to join the fraternities in
SCA Presents Nativity Story
stairway. Further plans call for
producing a college-wide dance on
Student Christian Association will
the
painting
of
cabinets
which
are
a larger scale than has ever been
recreate the familiar story of the
to be identified and grouped acattempted at State. This was the
Nativity, to the background of Mr.
cording to the organizations that
way the idea originated for an InterPeterson's chorus. The co-chairuse them.
Sorority Ball.
men, Kay Grant and Ann Gourley,
The relocation of student mailJuniors, have listed the following
Provide Initial Costs
boxes is also planned by the Comcommittees: Program, Norma SchryInitial costs of the ball have been
mission and if possible they will b
ver, Glenyce Jones, Juniors; PubA IL\<m•»•» / 1-4r\nn s\ provided by pledges from various
placed in a single line on the wall In
licity, Audrey Schmay, '49; DecoranUmG
individuals and organizations. At
in lower Draper where the organ- 111 rWUUny
tions, Donald Ely, '51; Ushers, June
present an extensive publicity camization boxes are now. If this can
Peters, '49. Donald Ely and Stuart
.. The annual party for the orphans paign is in progress, having resultGates, freshmen, will be the readbe done the organization mail serv- at the Albany Home for Children, ed in articles in both Albany newsers.
ice will be transferred to the Com- on New Scotland Avenue, will be papers, the Knickerbocker News
mons.
held Thursday night. Each year it and the Times-Union, and also in
Heads Newman Program
Miss Kisiel also announced that is made possible through contribu- radio announcements.
Jean McCabe, '49, Chairman of
State's seven sororities closed the walls of the Commons will be tions of gifts and money from State
Decorations in the Armory are to
the Newman Club program, has an
H'-B"
"«<> «"- their rush period for freshman girls decorated with murals and carica- College students.
be furnished by a professional decnounced that "The Night Before Tuesday night with pledge services lures depicting the various activlThe party for the children be- orator from Cohoes. Other proChristmas" has been chosen for and suppers at which ninety-two tics a n c l organizations of State Col- tween the ages of three and six will fesslonals concerned are the photole e
their theme. The cast includes women were pledged. Eighty-nine tff e - It is planned that art stu- last from 6 p. m. until 7 p. m. Mindy graphers, one who will take photos
Marie Fernandes, Harold Mills, these are from the freshman class, c l e n t s l i n d a11 interested parties skolsky, alumna, will draw pic- of couples who desire prints and
Thomas Lisker, Juniors; Warren and three, a Junior and two Sopho- s n a 1 1 P a l n t t h e themes suggested tures to entertain the children, and one from the Hague Studio who
Reich, John King, Heinz Engel, mores, are transfer students. The b-v the representatives of the or- stuart Campbell, '48, will tell stories, will take pictures for the Ped.
Henry Dombrowskl, James Cafaro, number pledged is two more than ganizatlons
participating.
u;niio„,
n„i • '48, will act as List Committee Members
William Baldwin,
Earl Sipe, William Lyons, Royal i a s t year, when ninety were received. ccl T l0h e Commission has recommendThe committee for the ball conMonroe, Sophomores; Mary Eade. while none of the sororities filled d e n l Student
Council that the stu- Santa Clans, with Wilma Diehl.
bod v
sists of Rita Coleman, Barbara DunAudrey Weller, freshmen.
Purchase
additional '48, as Mrs. Santa Clans.
t n e i r quotas last year, Chi Sigma c h a i r s a l l d.
After 7 p. m„ the older children ker, Helen Kisiel, Barbara Otto,
The committee listing is as fol- Theta and Gamma Kappa filled
tables to replace those
lows: Sets, Edythe Kelleher, '50; t n e l r q U otas last year, Chi Sigma t h a t are^ broken or so far depreci- will receive their gifts from Santa Barbara J. Schoonmaker, Ruth SeelClaus which have been contributed bach, Bernice Shapiro, J. Michael
Lights, Marie Grieco, '49; Props,
Gamma Kappa filled ated that they are unusable.
Mary Calandra, '50; Chairman, Wil- T h e t a a n d
by State College. Francis Mullin, Hippick, Eugene McLaren, Seniors,
their
quotas
of
fifteen
each
this
liam Dumbleton, John O'Connor, year.
'48, will sing, Richard Thorne, 't>l, and Joy Simon, Robert Merritt and
Sophomores; Doris Donato, Patriwill play the piano, a community Marvin Wayne, Juniors. Thus far
Following is the list of women who
cia Montena, freshman; Costumes,
sing will be held, and a skit will all planning, arrangements, and
Arlene Golden, '49, Chairman, Rita were pledged:
be presented with Arliene Riber publicity for the Semi-Formal have
Bissonette, Ruth Breen, Marie Kappa Delta
ancl William Baldwin, Seniors, in been accomplished by this commltBarbara Carpenter, Willa Hellwig,
O'Neil, freshmen; Publicity, Agnes
charge. other special acts will be tee.
Janice
Kent,
Elmeda
Kibling,
BevMclntyre, '49, Chairman, Sally Gigiven.
Acting as chaperones will be: Mr.
Ruth Owens, Claryce
aconla, '50, Dorothy Mann, Mary perly
„,... oKuhkin,
tn
Refreshments are to be served and
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Ingersoll,, ,' • - •, • ' — •„,
»*-'r
»»--•- Perreta,
r u i t t a Fay Richards, Emily Rose, James Brophy. '49, and Heinz all are urged to come, The enter
l freshmen; Makeup, Marie
„
,
.
Engel, '50, will leave Saturday, De- tainment
, u time
w ,„ „,„
c uover
v e l u in
m e I ofor
r
will ube
Grieco •49; Programs, John Brophy, pMs | G f t a t r e h l o w f r L s h m e n
cember 13, for Rochester, where sorority members to attend sorority
'49, Chairman,
Agnes Russo,
airman. Amies
R.ns.in. '49,
49
Rita Bissonette Patricia Brady, they will represent State College elate parties.
Bernadette Freel, '50, Elizabeth CaConstance
Donato, a t » ' ' e g i ° " a ( 1 <jonyention to discuss
W«MU.»I 0 I Doris
uuris uonato,
The gift committee is headed by
hlll, '51.
U M . , „ U „ . C Cardinale,
Holland
Patricia a N l l t l o n a l Student Association Con- Rita Shapiro and Alice Williams,
Admission is $.35 and the proceeds Helen
, , ; „ , -Genesi
. — ~ - Lois
;
;'""—;•*""""
JJai,
n i HHilda
l d a Mackenzie, Patricia Mon- st'tution.
Seniors. Anyone who has the
will be given to the Campus Chest t e n a' i
Mackenzie, Patricia Mon
Barbara NNatalie,
is the first time State has money lor a gift, but feels that he
for distribution to the World Stu- tena,
- Bar-hum
. ^ I I . »Susan
. . . » DPanek,
o„„„ D mThis
i
Margaret Petersen, Audrey Weller
invited to send delegates to doesn't have time to buy a gift,
dent Service Fund.
Junior Weekend, occurring the
Nancy Welllsch freshmen
the National Student Association can give money to a member of first week of second semester, is
Chi Sigma Theta "
Convention unci the purpose of their Myskanla, according to Miss Wil- now being planned by committees
chosen
by of
the the
Junior
ClassOCouncil.
Ruth Breen, Elizabeth Cahill, attendance is to discuss an overall Hams and Miss Shapiro.
urownins
Junior
n«n"i
QW
B of the Junior Queen at
Aurea Cid, Jane Cook, Elizabeth constitution for all colleges in New
The refreshment committee is Crowning
«, f j
£ "
e
p™
will
be an
Gushing, Martha Downey, Paulette nYa «s * State. The Alfred delega on made up of Marian Mieras and uthe
, " ^Prom
the
weekend
,L w t L K e
ure uofl Uthe
weekend.
Harang Mary Ingersoll Ann Lou w l l i c ; nsubmitted
a draft constitution Helen Kisiel, Seniors.
nu.
w
i
U
b
e
Johnson, Marie O'Neil, Virginia
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the main topic under
Some informal social function is
discussion.
^ _.
rltKAllofitnn
Norton, Dorothy Mann, Mary Pow
being planned for Friday afternoon,
February 0, and Saturday afterTwo financial motions, approved ers, Marcia Quinlan, Theresa Roche, This constitution will in no way
conflict
with
our
own
Student
SCA Plans Chapel
noon, February 7; Saturday night
by Student Council at last Wed- freshmen.
sociatlon constitution. According to
the Junior Prom will be presented.
nesday's meeting, will be presented Alpha Epsilon Phi
Laura Berger Goldie Brenner, Section Three of the proposed Al- For Christmas Program Nominations for the Junior Prom
to the student body at a general
i Can Iintivd on Pane ih Column 1J fred constitution, "the sole purpose
Queen will be made In a class meetbusiness meeting in assembly today.
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10
of the New
,.., York
..„!. state National
°>»ucu» Christian
unrwwan Association will ^" '„Bs,0 ou
the
previous
Student
„ ,«»oume
^ t i . ^ f 1 . . (during
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Campus Commission will submit c
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Student Association shall be to bold its annual Christmas Chapel * £ « , { « ; d . v ° ' l n « * « R e p l a c e in
a recommendation for the purchase bororities Plan Date Patties;
of six new tables and thirty-six
unite the .students of New York Sunday, December 14, at 8:00 p.m. a ^ m b l y . U m t
" W
General chairman of the entire
new chairs for use in the Commons.
— date parties
••- state in forwarding the purposes of '" the Unitarian Chapel,
The annual Christmas
weekend
is
Agnes
Mclntyro, while
The prices, according to Helen guests
be held
Thursday,
Di l n e united States National Student
for all will
sorority
members
and their
George Waldbilllg,
'51, is general
hairman
of t h e
W
l l l a c t
8 S c l l c r a l
Kisiel, '48, Grand Marshal, are: cember IB, from 8:30 p.m."until'ia"00 iTuon
I'hTo'uah
^ffhf^JSSSSll
f
Program,
which"is
„
n
f
"
«n
B
Association; to provide an organ- chairman of the program, which is
$312.37 for the tables and $822.23 p. m. In addition, parties for sor- fnd com i
J12 n ,
H
being planned and presented by the & M ^ l P r o m ' Committee heads
for the chairs.
ority members only will last from states N in » S , , ? / i h e W
'""»»>«»• The chairmen of the f° , „ ' P ™ n a r e fts !°n°^
deooThe MAA will present their rec- 12:00 p.m. until 2:00 a m
?,S be e n X d n
n A s i ? d a t ' ° " committees are as follows: decora! ' n f c i°?fi. m™on
»«?«; Programs
U 1S B e m l y K u h l k i
aUtmo
r
ommended basketball budget for the
It was emphasized that all girls ™vel and to L m L l 2JHP&
°' '
» "Mi P«*ram „ ent
i „ "l* °
efreah1048-49 basketball season. It was not attending the date parties, bu S r o h a r S of ' f f i and 8 a o t i v A wa iol rds hhl( P 0 S t m ' P 1 , y l U s Harris, '51; ff8' u u £ t v L y " e ma n d vValach
P ™ ^
decided last year that MAA should the Sorority parties must be in their among the 8,tiid7nf«
n» w S T v S f f
P . Anne' Braaaeh '51; choir
and M » H „ H ? $'
<>vt«
tUd90tS
n ,r
submit their budget before Christ- respective sorority houses at he S t X " ^
°f N e W Y o , k ^
Whitcraft '51.
° ' gftttMSSi s S
»<« « " » « • wil1
Doi,tu
mas so that it could be voted upon regular closing hours, that is, 10 A tontnHv « „ „ H .
.
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delude a can- LanKslev
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Mr. & Mrs. Santa
Will Entertain
State Delegates
Go To Rochester
PHONE 5-1913
Committees Plan
Junior Weekend
MEET AND EAT AT THE HOI!I.
ALBANY. N. Y.
Students To Hear
Financial Motions
"Buy Where the Flowera Grow"
FLORIST & GREENHOUSE
Corner <>t
ONTARIO & BENSON
DIAL 4-1125
"State" Representatives
JACK BROPHY
GEORGE POULOS
WALT SCHICK
COLLEGE FLORIST FOR YEARS
Special Attention to Sororities and Fraternities
Cojiytijlu 1947, LisonT * M m t ToiAas Co.
U
State College Welcomes Claude Thornhill
To First Inter • Fraternity - Inter - Sorority Ball
Sororities Pledge
Freshmen Women
Tuesday Night
BOULEVARD CAFETERIA
198-200 CENTRAL AVENUE
State College News
MERRY
uppeiclaumen.
work .
A „ propoli8te
m
£ g£
«w tne p Mentation of time. The convention will convene
8t 5
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P' m. on Sunday, December M.
f»AOI t
Let's Remember. . .
STATE COLLEGE NEWE.FRIDAY, DEC. 12, 1947
A Voice Q>u>m *lhe Qaltouf,
Supplement
Blind Marti. BU*U
missed by the audience because of
the inept and ineffective use of
_ By EUGENE McLAREN
lighting.
This
Reporter
is given the widest latitude as author
A word of tribute must be paid
to Fred Baron who has upon num- of this column, although his viewpoints do not necesblack cloak, lunch voluptously on erous occasions proved his ability sarily reflect those of the STATU COLLWM NBWS.
One week has passed and the boxes have ac- venom and attempt to give hot-foots to save the day by his thoroughly WELL DONE
convincing characterizations. His
cumulated little else but a mass of cigarette butts. as efficiently as he.
performance In the last few me- Congratulations and bouquets this week go to
For
Advanced
Dramatics,
the
Confident that the cigarette butts will add very flame did not burn brightly this ments of the play proved unusually Beverly Free and the entire staff of the 1947-1948
College Directory for a job well done. In particular
little to the orphan's Christmas spirit, we hereby week. The first production kindled a real if not genuinely moving.
A compliment to Bev Slttig for the addition of a "Who To See Who For" section,
make a desperate plea for presents.
spark that flickered unsurely and
though we won't vouch for the English, should prove
at several instances threatened to her clever set. Her play, although very useful, particularly to the underclassmen. The
amusing
at
times,
nevertheless
dragThere is no point in our giving a big sob story die out. This perhaps was not solely
In tempo and fell flat at the general arrangement was good, the printing clear
about the spirit of Christmas and the grand and the fault of the varied bit-players, ged
end. Ellen Fay livened the evening and readable, and it appeared in plenty of time to
but
rather
due
to
the
limited
scope
glorious feeling gained from giving rather than of the drama they attempted to pre- with her charming bit, as did Earle use to send Christmas cards.
receiving. In the first place- no one would listen sent. Perhaps the members of A.D. Jones, who seemed to Inject in his BASKETBALL BUDGET
and in the second place, it shouldn't be necessary. would be wise to heed this criticism, role a quality often smothered by Next year's varsity basketball budget will be prespurious antics of the portrayers sented in assembly this morning by MAA. As decided
No one is asking for an expensive gift—just a little which has been voiced by many, the
of the drama—namely, the human last year it is presented now to allow MAA to schedule
time
and
again,
and
in
the
future,
something to let the kids know that they still have attempt to choose those vehicles touch.
games and make guarantees for next year without
some friends left at State.
which will more aptly display their But for those of us who braved violating Article 10, section 3d, of the constitution pertalents and prolonged efforts. Aside frostbite and the icy December taining to an organization spending money before It
Many of the students have done a great deal for from the general slowness of pace, winds, the evening's productions has it. This budget is slightly higher this year due
the children at the Albany Home this year. SMILES it seems unfortunate that the climax managed to kindle a spark that left mainly to increased transportation costs. Though this
has sponsored weekly excursions to the Eagle thea- in the second scene was completely us merely lukewarm.
item may appear large In comparison to others in
the budget, it finances one of the largest and most
tre on Saturday mornings, some students have
important inter-collegiate activities and one we betaken groups of the children out for the day, and
lieve well worthwhile.
By ARLIENE RISER
At the beginning of the week, boxes were placed
With
bowed head, humble heart
at various points in the halls for the orphan's pres- and profuse
apologies to the acldents. Age groups were issued in last week's NEWS tongued wit who upon occasion has
inhabited this space, I shall don the
and announced again in assembly.
one sorority on campus took a group to the plays
Tuesday night along with their pledges. But these
students can't be expected to do it all.
Outings such as these involve time and money,
but no one is asking you to invest in such complex
undertakings. All we're asking is that you buy one
small gift which will cost approximately 25c.
The children look forward to this party each
year and if the present boxes are as popular next
week as they have been this week, Santa Claus
won't strain a single muscle carrying them to the
Home.
By JEAN
In other years contributions have yielded 4-6
presents apiece for the children. From the looks "Romeo & Juliet" as told by
of things, this year will yield 4-6 presents in all.Humphrey Bogart, or, I Don't Want
Maybe the shortage of contributions isn't inten- To Walk Without You, Baby.
* * * *
tional. Maybe we've just let it go 'till the last
Romeo is a pretty boy from
minute or just forgotten it in the rush of pre-theThis
Montague gang, see? He digs a
Christmas tests. But let's remember!
rumor that the Capulets a rival
It might be a bit embarrassing to try to explain mob, are giving a big blow-out that
to a group of children that Santa Claus was a bit night. So he ankles down and cases
the joint. He's getting a line on
hard up this year.
all the chicks, but this one tomato
New
Pictorial
•%,.
ALBANY, NEW YORK — DECEMBER 12, 1947
THEY PLAY ALONE
Our Basketball team plays two games away this
weekend. I t is unfortunate that they will not be able
to attend the Christmas Semi-Formal, and that the
student body is unable to send a cheering section
with the team. We hope this can be done for the
next away games in January. In the meantime, this
weekend, we can support the team by renewing the
tradition of sending the team good luck telegrams. To
all sororities, fraternities, other student organizations
and individuals, the address today until six o'clock is
Hotel Vermont, Burlington, Vt. Send telegrams toMichael's College, Winooski, Vt. Send telegrams tomorrow to Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt.
Odiot'6,
INESON
and makes her look like she just WHO WANTS A JOB?
We are intrigued by the U. S. Civil Service a n kicked the bucket. Her family is
really buffaloed, and they even pack nouncement on the main bulletin board opposite the
registrar's office, concerning the available openings
her away in the family vault.
for various classes of elevator operators at 90-95c per
Now Romeo, see, doesn't have the hour. I t hardly seems likely that it is held up as a
cold scoop that Juliet is only pulling goal, something to give incentive to work hard and
a fast one, so he comes to the vault graduate with honors, as no honors are required. Also
for a final peck of his moll's lips. no degree is required. As a matter of fact, there is no
Then he takes some real poison, the mental requirement as far as written exams go. Maybe
straight goods, and kicks off. Just it's there as an example of what might happen if
then Juliet opens her baby-blues, you don't study.
sees lover boy conked, and figures
that this is definitely not her night
All those who signed up for those address books
to howl. So she takes Romeo's rod, with the ball schedule on the front had best pick
see, and lets herself have it right them up from Pat Dooley, '51, before next Tuesday.
between the eyes.
They will then be sold, first come, first served.
has him really bamboozled. She hits
him where he lives. She's been giving him the once-over likewise, so
they mosey up to each other and
start slinging it. But there's a hitch
to the whole set-up. This babe is
Tomorrow night's activities will culminate the none other than Juliet, daughter of
But there's a moral to the story,
Cards are disappearing from the Commons at an
plans and work of many months and State's ever- old man Capulet, and the apple of yet. The Montagues and the Capualarming rate. Campus Commission Is just about out
his
squinty
eye.
sounding plea for something big will have finally
lets have a confab over the tomb, of money to replace them so there will be none, unless
After the brawl is over, Romeo and become real palsy-walsy for the
materialized with the Christmas Semi-Formal.
people start remembering to leave them where they
Inter-Sorority and Inter-Fratrenity Councils gives his buddies the slip, and makes sake of the two stiffs.
found them when they are finished.
a hide-out in the Gupulet garden, Jeez.
rested a great deal of faith in the students at State under Juliet's window. Just by acciSCT— SANTA CLAUSE TIME
when they proposed a project as big as this one dent, see, Juliet is taking a little spin
Just to keep us from giving false information, there
and the committee in charge deserve much for the out on her balcony, and giving the
will be wool available next week given by SMILES to
stars
the
low-down
on
how
she's
be knitted into small articles for the children at the
tremendous amount of work they did.
really a goner for this handsome
Albany Home. Also the Myskania boxes still have lots
N o matter what the outcome of the dance is, dan of a Romeo. (Naturally, the
of room so don't hesitate to play Santa Claus for the
and we're sure it will be a huge success, the groups dumb bunny doesn't realize that
kids and drop in a small article.
involved rate a rising vote of thanks from the whole he's right below her, getting an ear- Recommended Men's Athletic Assoful,
i
ciation
Varsity
Basctball
Budget
HAIM'Y HOLIDAY
of Student Association.
We hope all our readers have a very pleasant vaca"Romeo, Romeo, where are you
1948-1948
tion, a Merry Christmas, Happy New York and loads
hiding out tonight?" she moans.
Item—Basketball
(Varsity
of fun. See you next year.
it, girlie, cut it, here I am.
i H & v bTAU CCLLEGE NEWS But"Cut
tell me, are you really warm for A. Expenditures
1. Equipment
$770.00
my form?"
81.00
Established M a y 1916
"That's the straight dope I'm 2. Janitors
850.00 College Calendar
handing you, lover. Whaddaya say 3. Transportation
' v the Class of 1 9 ' 8
4. Officiating
280.00
we gel hitched?"
5. Board and Lodging
650.00 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12—•
RATING—ALL-AMERICAN
Romeo's arm has been twisted, so 6. Dry, Cleaning, Laun8:00 P.M.—Commuter's Club Christinas party, Comdry, etc
35.00
Vol. XXXII
December 12, 1047
No. 12they figure out an angle. Next clay
mons,.
they cull Juliet's hag of a nurse, and 7. Taxes
40.00
ili'iiiliur
HlHli'llMiiiir
Friar Lawrence, a cloth-and-collar 8. Pedagogue
40.00 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13
A H H I M ' I I I U M I (Nilluulnta l'ri'HH
Collt'tfliiti' D I K U N I
man, In on the deal. Everything is 9. Printing
8:15 P.M.—IVCF Meeting, Lounge, Dr. H. S. Me100.00
T i n unil»r|{riiiliiiiiu ni'WM|iii|ior <>f lliu N u w Y o r k S t a l e Colcopasetic, so Juliet becomes Ro- 10. Guarantees
keel, speaker.
100.00
TDIICIHTM
li'lii- rnr
for 'I'i'iirlnTH;
| M I I I I I H I I C I I CVIT.V I''rl<ln,v itr I ho colluffu
hi' N'I'IWN llniii'il f u r I In- HI ilili'iiI
A H H I I C I I I I I I I I I . meo's ball and chain.
9:00 P.M.—Inter-Fraternity & Inter-Sorority Ball,
yenr In
11. Miscellaneous
25.00
j ' l l ' i n i ' H ! Mny, 2-0113; Ciilciiiiin mill l l n i ' l i f n n l , 3-II12H; Klnnl,
Romeo is returning home after his
Armory, with Claude ThornhlU's Orches8-IKi:iH; (.'lark 2-0870. M e m b e r s of the news Hlaff m a y !>o stroll up the aisle, see, when he hive
tra.
Total
Expenditures
$3,171.00
ri'iii'hi'il Tiii'H., anil W K I I . I'I7 m 11 :.'l(l 1'. M. in II IIIU7 a little run-in with a character by
SUNDAY,
DECEMBER
II
the name of Tybalt, who is one of B. Income other than
0:00 P.M.—S.C.A. Christian
Chapel
Unitarian
the Capulet boys. Tybalt has it in
student appropriations
$400.00
Chapel.
for Romeo for sticking his fat nose
1. Guarantees
200.00
The News Board
in on the Capulet party. But Romeo
2. Gate Receipts
200.00 TUESDAY, DECEMBER Ifi
makes it hot for him and finally
ANN
MAY
EDITOR-IN-CHIEP
C. Necessary Student Appropriation
3:30 P.M.- Commerce Club Meeting, Room 301.
bumps
him
off.
CAROL CLARK
M A N A G I N G EDITOR
$2771,00
3:30 P.M.—IZPA panel discussion of Palestine deThis
Is
not
gonna
look
good
for
ELLEN ROCHFORD
MANAGING EDITOR
cision, Lounge.
Romeo
on
the
police
blotter,
so
he
i Signed i
PAULA T l C H V
(PORT* EDITOR
7:30 P.M.—Christian Science Organization Meettakes
it
on
the
lam
and
beats
it
up
PRANCES ZINNI
.
.
.
.
CIRCULATION MANAQER
JOHN DOOLEY, Pies.
ing, Room 100.
to Juliet's room. They pitch woo
RITA COLEMAN
ADVERTISING
7:30 P.M.—Language Clubs Christmas party, Lounge
JOSEPH ZANCHELLI, Act. Treas.
until
the
wee
Injurs.
Then
Juliet
CHARLOTTE LALLY
•
•
•
BUSINESS
MANAGER
gives him a sendoff to some dead
ELSIE LANOAU
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17
burg until this all blows over.
J E A N PULVER
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
8:00 P.M.—Christmas Big-4, sponsored by religious
But
things
really
start
to
get
JEAN SPENCER
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
clubs, Page Hall.
screwed up when Juliet's old man,N E W S Take* Rest, No Issue
not on the inside track about RoThere will be no Issue of the State THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18
meo making time with Juliet, de- College NEWS next week, due to the
3:30 P.M.—IVCF Bible Class, Room 150, Mrs. C. R,
Ai (-uiiriiuiia'iilliiiiH Hhnnlil In; uililruHuoil In I In* e d i t o r anil
m u x ' lie niKiicil.
NIDUS* " I I I lie w i t h h e l d u p o n rei|iieul. cides to pair her off with Paris, Christmas holidays. The next Issue
Traver, Speaker.
'Jii
H ' l A T l ' C u l , l . l 0 ( i l 0 M O W S auHiiinuH no reuiMinulhlllly some jerk who has pull with the will be published the first week fol0:00 P.M.—Christmas party at Albany Home for
tut o|iiiiiniis exiire^ueil In i n * C O I U I I I I I H ur I'oiiiiiiuiilcallniiH wheels. Juliet says nix to that deal,
lowing the vacation.
Children.
gr Kili'li i-»|iri-i.Hliiii.-. do i n n iieeeaiturlly reflect ltd view.
and starts pulling strings to get
8:30 P.M.—Sorority date and "hen" Christmas parThe NEWS staff, therefore, takes
herself out of this rhubarb. Like a
ties.
smart cookie she decides to play pos- this opporunlty to wish everyone a
som. She gives herself a shot of "Merry Christmas and a Happy I BIDAY, DECEMBER 19
poppy powder that knocks her out New Year."
3:30 P.M.—Vacation begins.
A Vote Of Thanks
Budget
PIN SKETCHES
By Catlirine Donnelly
Christmas
Formal
STATE C O L L t O t
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, DECEMBER 12, 1947
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'T^JJi
NEWS, FRIDAY, DEC. 12,
PAOI a
1947
Finks, Baggers, State Pin Team
Cagcrs Cop Two Tilts;
Shamrocks Win Outbows Indians
Face Vermont Opponents In /. M. Opener Tie For First
*1hm *1k* Jhcp
•
Rounding out this year's varsity
cage squad are three newcomers to
the Page Hall court: Richard
Wheeler, James Coles and Mel LanState keglers rolled Into a tie for sky.
Beat No. Adams Teachers;
Intra-mural Basketball opened
Jim Coles, who made State's varfirst place Wednesday ln the Jleague
Monday with two seven-team lea- standings. Victorious In two games, sity this year as a freshman, comes
Down Plattsburg State
gues organized. In the opening and loser in one, to Siena, State was from neighboring Troy where he
With victories over the Alumni,
games the Potter Club Pinks, spark- able to overcome the Indians one- played for Troy High. Troy High
Massachusetts State and Plattsburg
inciuently has a reputation for puted by Captain Prank Woodworth gome lead.
Teachers behind them, the Varsity
ting out some of the Capitol DisState,
led
by
Farley's
207,
took
the
and
"Bolo"
Marsland,
defeated
Kapwill be gunning for their fourth and
trict's best basketballers. Jim is six
first
game
by
49
pins,
876-827.
In
pa
Beta:
27-22.
In
the
"B"
League
fifth wins tonight and tomorrow.
feet tall and a real speedster. He
the
second
game,
State
was
victorTonight the Statesmen invade Winis one of the shiftiest players on
„_
. .... with
Wwlnwday evening at 7:30 in contests the Shamrocks, paced by ious by 74 pins; Mullln's 219 in this the squad and possesses a fine one
ooski,
Vermont as they clash
one
high
single
for
State
for
the
St. Michaels; and tomorrow eve- Page Hall Gym saw the beginning Bill Schneider's seven points downhand push shot.
ning will find the Varsity at Middle- of the Intermural series for girls' ed the Potter Club 'Pills, and the evening.
Mel Lansky, who is the other
bury. Last week-end the State Cag- basketball at State College. The Carpetbaggers, with Captain Gerry Statemen Drop Third
Siena came back t o take the last freshman on Hathaway's quintet,
ers thumped Mass. State 68-40, and gaiuc-o seheclukd were:
Dunn tossing in eight points took
comes to State from Monticello,
Plattsburg State 63-42.
Wren Hall vs St. Thomas More, the decision over the men of Van game on Schermerhorn's 221 single, New York. Mel is five ten ln
and salvage one game of the three
Derzee,
25-16.
Down Baystaters
oa>lus Huh vs Newman.
height and weighs one hundred sixgame match.
Taking a commanding lead early in
Gamma Kappa r h i vs Kappa Teams Play Twice Weekly
ty pounds. He played varsity ball
the second quarter, the Purple and Delta.
lor his home town high school beWednesday's Scores
Gold downed Massachusetts State
tni Delta vs Chi Sigma Theta.
Mondays and Thursdays w'U find State
1
2
2
T. fore going into the Merchant Mar68-40
Paced by "Bas" Karplak's
Wren Hall lea St. Thomas More t h r c e t e a m s p l n v l n g e'v
week
Dickinson
188 189 197—574 ine Service. Mel has been used at
four buckets the Statemen caught throughout all four quarters in the w l t n t n [ s Thursday having seen Carosella
184 145 142—471 guard in the early games and shows
fire in the second quarter to grab nrst game of this, series. Edie Pet- KKDR
face t the
Angels, the,
the RPDVPI-S
Beavers Farley
D R fnCR
n p Amrels
207 205 131—543 promise as a good ball handler and
a 35-15 edge at intermission. Third erson playing a spectacular offen- vs the Ramblers and SLS going Bortnick
135 172 124—431 playmaker.
period play was fairly even as Par- sive game and scoring nineteen against the Gents.
Dick Wheeler, a Soph transfer
Mullln
162 219 168—549
iesien and Whalen of the No. Adams points for Wren. The final score
student from Norwich University,
The
"A"
League
teams
will
be
Teachers began to find the range. read 21-9.
Totals
876 930 762 2568 is the second tallest man on the
In the second game Newman led gunning for the Potter Club varHigh scoring featured final play as
Siena
1
2
3
T. squad. He Is six feet three inches
Sayles
Hnll
5-4
at
the
end
of
the
sity
team,
which
will
be
defending
and goes one seventy on the scales.
the teams switched to the fastWitt
176
174
177—527
Dick played high school ball in his
break system,
and found their first quarter, but the Sayles team its title from last year,
Schermerhorn
...
169
157
221—547
upped U.e score to read 12-9 in
shots clicking.
The captains of the fourteen Whalen
166 154 166—486 home town, Coblesklll, as well as a
Walt Schick's thirteen point total their favor at the half, and con- teams are as follows:
Briskie
161 161 153—475 year of college ball at Norwich.
tinued
to
gain
points
throughout
was high for State.
DeFrank
155 210 165—530 Dick is expected to see plenty of
the second half. Newman played Teams and Captains
action in the center slot this year
Trip Northern Rivals
Pulling away from Plattsburg in hard on the defensive but Sayles
where his height will serve to the
Totals
827
856
882
2565
The "A" League
the third period, State's Varsity Hall went, on tj win their victory
best advantage.
SLS—Charles Chase.
dumped the Teachers to the tune of 31-12.
a 03-42 score. Tom O'Brien's layThe third game of the evening KDR—Bob Dickinson.
STATIONERY
BOOKS
up provided State's one-point first featuring Gamma Kappa Phi and KB—Irwin Baumel.
quarter advantage. Sy Persh netted Kappa Delta in the first inter- p0tt,01. club Varsity—Fran Mullln
two foul trys to start the second sorority contest. The Gamma Kap p 0 tter Club Pinks—P Woodworth'
quarter. Davltt and Stackowits sent squad scored four points in the first Gents—George Poulos
Plattsburg ahead but George's push quarter plus two in the third to s t Mary's Angels—Chas Hubbard
from the side re-knotted the score, lead 6-0. In the fourth quarter
' The "B" League
O'Brien and Karpiak shared scor- kKD
came
back
to
score
three
basing honors, "O'B" hitting for thir- t pMts,
making it n close 8-6. Neither Shamrocks—James Cnfaro.
m
teen and Bas for twelve points. In
advanced further and this VanDerzee— Mgr. Ted Brossoie.
the Jayvee contests, the J.V. bowed remained
the final score.
Ramblers—Joe Mlrola.
CARDS
Thl
to Lippman's Friday night in a hard
' f l n n l Same of the evening St. Mary's Beavers—H. Clearwater.
GIFTS
Wren, Phi De/f,
GamKap,Sayles
Cage Winners
FRAN WARREN
GENE WILLIAMS
CLAUDK THORNIIILL
W
WW
V<3L&
ON TIIKIli WAY TO KOK.MAI. DINXKKS
REP HA BY PARTY
STATE-COLLEGE
COOP
fought
Jay
the J.V. and Varsity of Skidmore by p;_l u . D"""","
v-;v
o l ! k(>l:)l
the11 . -l-e-n d -•l n t---n e sec
scores of 45-27 and 43-34
'
" l n B for these games, eager to chalk
a n d lmlf scorln
n
Face Vcrmo"t Teams
'
S
more points to up two more wins on their already
With two long drills Tuesday and d e f m c h i s i e ' 2 3 " 4 '
impressive record.
Wednesday under their belts, the
—
——
.,
Varsity are set for two tough games
this week-end. Tonight they face a Blue Jays Take Girls, Boys Ping-Pong
St. Michaels team that so far have
Victorious In four matches to one,
Women's matches with winners
beaten Plattsburg 55-36, and bowed
to Clarkson 55-33 and to St. Lawr- the Soph women clowned the frosh first: Jean Hotaling, '50 - Elaine
ence 60-37. But the "Mikes" have girls in rivalry ping-pong Monday. Slatkoff, '51, 21-12; 21-10.
Ruth Smith, '50 Nina Van Wie,
their two high scoring aces from last In Wednesday's mulches at the
years squad Yankowskl and Coffey Commons, the men of '50 clowned '51, 21-14; 21-9.
Peg Whitmore. '50 - Mary Fento throw against the Statesmen. the freshmen, sweeping all four
Tomorrow evening the Purple and matches.
victory earned '50 y.el, '51, 21-4; 21-12.
Marv Lou Reed, '51 - Ellv Adams,
Gold lace an even stronger quintet, four
Themore
decisive
rivalry points. Because
the Middlebury Varsity. Coach Ha- of the results in the singles, double '50, 12-21; 21-14; 21-16.
Rliocla Ribev, '50 - Rhoda Steuer,
thaway, not. unmindful of the matches were unnecessary.
two week-end opponents, Is confiWarren Noble, '50, last year's 51, 21-15; 21-15.
dent of a good showing against the champion, put on the show of the Men's matches w|th winners first:
Vermontors. The Varsity are point- matches by running up thirteen Charles Margolin, '50 - Tony
straight paints in his match with Davey, '51, 21-17; 21-10.
Burt, '51. In the women's matches,
Warren Noble, '50 - Donald Burt,
Mary Lou Reed dropped the first '51, 21-15; 21-4.
game to her Sophomore rival, Elly
Lyle Walsh, '50 - Walter Farmer,
Adams, and then stormed back to '51, 21-Ut; 21-17.
take two games for the only freshDonald Hoyt, '50 - Howard Cote,
mini Victory.
'51, 21-10; 10-21; 21-18,
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PAOK 4
STATE COLLIDE NEWS, FRIDAY, DEC. 12, 1 0 4 7
« S.CVM
Dr. Edward L. Cooper, Assistant Junior* May Order Rings
of Commerce, and Mrs.
Principals Hold QkiHtmai PaitiU
Thornhill To Play Professor
Cooper; Dr. J. Wesley Childers, All Juniors who have not as yet
The Commuters' Club annual parof Spanish, and Mrs. ordered their class rings may do so
will be held this evening, at 8:00
Annual Meeting tyP. M.,
At Semi-Formal Professor
in the Commons.
Childers; Mr. Harper F. Beaty, In- by going directly to Gleason and
structor in- Education, and Mrs. Company, according to Robert WilAccording to Co-Chairmen Jac- (Continued from Page 1, Column 5J
Beaty;
Mr. Paul B. Pettit, Instruc- cox, President of the class. Also
A t Syracuse
queline
Mann
and
Delaphine
Paul G. Bulger, Co-ordinator of tor in English, and Mrs. Pettit; Mr. accelerated Juniors who expect to
Versch, freshmen, the affair is open
to the entire Student Association. Field Services and Public RelaRecord
Delegation
Talk
Tne
*»
A >~i n
I I
c o n ^ M 6 * chairmen are: Re- tions, and Mrs. Bulger; Dr. Floyd
Henrickson, Assistant Professor of
n S t a t e A i d P r o b l e m s freshments, Pauline Riementhal, Education, and Mrs. Henrickson;
Last weekend the 63rd annual $'• Decorations, Kenneth Ludlum,
« - H L »i th« » . ™ I . H ™ «f a~T 5511 ;: Tickets
Entertainment,
Lois Prescott,
sa Tchuml
and
0
Robert E. Mason, Instructor in Ed- graduate in January of 1949 must
ucation, and Mrs. Mason; and Dr. order their rings at this time if
Theodore Standing, Professor of they desire to have the correct year
on their rings.
Sociology, and Mrs. Standing.
S ^ F B S T W Sd publlcity
' - Beverl
- »yHuber >50•"•
WtbS^jSWS^tiS
tag of the Association so far
-
y
-' '
probTickets are being sold for 25c
lems of state aid to secondary and all are urged to attend.
schools and universal military traintag were discussed.
Grad Club will hold a Christmas
Present at the conference from party on Tuesday evening from 7:30
State's faculty were Paul G. Bulger, P. m. to 10:30 p. m. in the CornCoordinator of Field Service-and mows, according to an announcePublic Relations; C. M, Mathews, ment made by George Miller, '47,
Director of the Student Employment Chairman of the event. ApproximBureau; Dr. Robert S. Pisk, Pro- ta ht ei lsy f i f ty cents will be the cost for
fessor of Education; Dr. Robert W.
evening of dancing, bridge and
Frederick, Director of Training; Dr. refreshments.
0
SIS
" Jd s S & t a ^ a J X
Studies; Dr. Roswell Fairbanks, In
tt.-.'SS
^ Z J L J of^ TCom
structor and i Supervisor
merce; Dr. Oscar E. Lanford, Pro»»...,- ,# n v , „ „ l l ( „ „ .,,,„ „„„, ,
tgVLSS^'£$£?"•Ardlto'
Sororities Pledge
92 Women
slcal, have
announced
for
college,
French,
Spanish, plans
and Clas-
their Joint Christmas party, according to May Giovanniello, Margaret
(Continued from Page 1, Column 1)
Barbara Cooper, Alice Gersh, Lorraine Greenstein, Doris J. Myers,
Juaith Oxenhandler, Gloria Silverstein, Charlotte Skolnick, Barbara
Stein, Joan Trustman, Natalie Weissblum, freshman, and Laura Kaplan, Junior transfer.
~
Gamma Kappa Phi
H . A I D
• • .•
r\
D
Po,t L,lt
Joan Ahr, Ethel Bennested, Glor° ' R«9»«'«*'on Dayi
ia Bucci Kathleen Devlin, Toni
According to an announcement
Frasso,
Shirley Haswell,
Ethel made by the Registers office all
Heath, Joan Mitchell, Florence Paris, upperclassmen and graduate stuEdlth Patterson, Nina Pouring, Lois dents must secure cards for registraPrescott. Royann Salm, Marjorie tion for the second semester of the
Wbjtal, freshmen, and Margaret i947-'48 school year today, or MonLundstrum, Sophomore transfer.
day and Tuesday of next week.
.
.
„ .
These cards must be returned to the
Lee Bradshaw
...£?"
- Elinor Butler, Registrar's office as soon as possiWllburna Derenberger, Sally Dit- ble.
mars, Mary Eade, Marilyn Greene,
Elinor Guarino, Jeanne Hatch, Barbara Johnson, Katherlne Loucks,
Georglna Maginess, Joyce Myles,
Joan Perine, Yvonne
freshmen.
Phi Delta
Marilyn Allen, Doris Baker, Joyce
Baringer, Dorothy Bens, Joan Kitchen, Carol Robertson, Marie Thurlow,
Joan Whitcraft, freshmen, and Dianne Weber, Sophomore transfer.
Comer of
ONTARIO & BENSON
DIAL 4-1126
COLLEGE FLORIST FOR YKAKS
-Special Attention to Hororltioa and Fruternitiea
Today'sAssembly ED Will Stage
To Feature Sing One-Act Plays
By Rival Classes In Page Tuesday
DV M u s i c D e p a r t m e n t
'
Opening the rivalry sing in Assembly this morning, the freshmen
will give their fight song before
Student Association for rivalry
points. Next week the music department of State College will present their annual concert in Assembly under the direction of Dr.
Charles P. Stokes, Professor of Music, and Mr. Karl A. Peterson, Instructor of Music.
™> clubs of the
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Presidents of the organizations. The
party is being planned for Tuesday
evening, December 16, at 7:30 P. M.
In the college lounge.
French and Spanish speaking
students from RPI have been invited to attend the event. Christian
customs of each country will be related, and there will be dancing,
refreshments and entertainment.
The chairmen urge all language
students to plan to attend the aff air.
ews
"I've smoked Chesterfield
for years and find
Rivalry singing will begin with
the freshman fight song, followed
by the Sophomore fight song. Next
in order is the freshman song to the
Sophomores, and then the Sophomore song to the freshmen. The
program will be completed with the
class alma maters, freshmen again
singing first.
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Before the sing begins, the freshmen will move downstairs to take
the place of the Junior class which
will at the same time proceed to
the balcony.
Judges for the event are Dr.
Charles F. Stokes, Professor of Mnsic; Mr. Karl A. Peterson, Instructor of Music; Dr. William G. Mey
er, Instructor in German; Justine
Maloney, '48; and Marjorie Smith,
'49. The songs arc to be judged on
originality, execution and musical
quality.
The decision of the judges will
be given to Grand Marshall Helen
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Kisiel. '48. who will hand the result
to the President of Student Association.
Next Friday's assembly program
will be divided into three sections
consisting of selections given by the
Women's Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Peterson; the Orchestra, directed by Dr. Stokes; and the
Men's Chorus, also led by Mr. Peterson.
The Elementary Dramatics class
p r e s e n t their annual producnext
Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. in
will
tion
Page RaU
Miss Agnes Putterer
FRIDAY, JAN. 9, 1047
JANUARY 87, 88
VOL. XXXII NO. IS
Christmas Party Succeeds,
Thanks To Well-Wishers
Think back, all you with that
"vacation's-over" look, to the
second assembly before Christmas and liberation, and you'll
remember dropping your last
pieces of silver into the box passed among us for contributions
for the Christmas party given to
the kids at the Albany Home for
Children. Well, Myskania would
like to let you all know what a
big success this affair turned out
to be, thanks to your own generosity, co-operation on the part
of many students, and also to a
bit of the Christmas spirit revealed by Albany merchants contacted for refreshments.
Special recognition goes to
Paul Anast's store, which contributed fifty-four pounds of
candy absolutely free of charge,
and to Brook's Doughnut Store,
which donated one-half of all
the doughnuts purchased.
And in case you were wondering about the final resting place
of those odd nickels and dimes
that always turn up after such
affairs, the probable outcome,
says Myskania, will be their return to Smiles, the organization
responsible for such
heartwarming enterprises as this one.
Assistant Professor of English, is
directing.
The program consists of a folk
play, "The Kelly Kid" by Norris and
Loterok
n l s is a s t o r v of a
- Tbeing
small
boy who
pursued by the
police seeks refuge with three Irish
ladies. The cast consists of Jeanne
Vnlachovic and Robert Wilcox, Juniors; Lorice Schain, Pauline Thompson, Rose Mary Willsey, and William Lyons, Sophomores. A child
from the Albany Home for Children
will also participate in the play.
A drama, "The Doctor's Duty" by
Luigi Pirandello, is about a man
who having killed a person attempts
to commit suicide. The cast for this
play includes Joseph Crulcilla, Mabel Totten, Judith Serebnick, Richnrd Clark, James Baumgarten, Margaret Howard, and George Christy,
Sophomores,
The third play, "The Ugly Duckling," is a comedy by A. A. Milne.
The plot centers around a homely
princess whose parents are trying
to marry her off to eligible suitors. Tlie cast includes Acher Borton, Joan French, Rhoda Riber,
Martin Bush, Shirley Shapiro, Anthony Prochilo, and Earle Jones,
Sophomores.
Committees for this production
Inter-Group Council will direct
consist of Publicity, bonded by Earle
an observation of National BrothJ o n e S | w i t n H o p e Shaugnessy, Doro
thy Conway, and Ruth Franbach; erhood Week during February, sponHouse, William Lyons, Acher Bor- sored by the National Conference of
ton and Lorice Schain; Properties, Christians and Jews hi an attempt
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Richard
Baumgarten,
Pauline to promote national unity and brothThompson, Margaret Howard, and erhood.
Joseph Crulcilla; Lights, Marjorie
Robert Preyer and William DumSouthwick and Richard Clark; Cos- bleton, Sophomores, will act as Cotumes, Joan French, Rose Mary Chairmen. Dr. Plager of Siena ColWlllsey,
and
VV1UM-V, Mabel
1V1UUV1 Totten,
1UUUI,
1111 Martin
1Y-U11 LIU lege,
,^feV", a member of the New York
Commission Against Racial
>
iminatlon, has been scheduled
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Geolw
oh&t:
Jonn
Das
l s car i speaker for the observation.
Farrell, Judith
Serebnick,
Anthony
The recent re-organization of
Prochilo, Bernadette Freel, Katherlne Noonan, and Rhoda Riber; Inter-Group Council to permit coSound Effects, Marjorie Lyons, Ma- ordination of all activities was anbel Totten, Bernadette Freel, and nounced by Joy Simon, '49, ChairShirley Shapiro. All committee man of Inter-Group Council, at the
members are Sophomores excepting beginning of the year. A co-ordinRobert Wilcox, '49, who is working ating board with a member from
each class will direct and relate all
on sets.
activities of the council. The board
consists of tlie following: Roger
Nlelson, '48, Joy Simon, '49, Molly
Second Term Classes
Mulligan,T>0 and Esther Schofield '51,
Inter-Group Council has originTo Begin February 3
ated an Intercollegiate Board to
According to the office of the follow-up the conference of NoRegistrar, second semester classes vember 7 and 8th. Fifteen correswill begin Tuesday, February 3. pondents will maintain personal
Freshmen will pay fees on January contact witli those college repre26 unci upperclassmen and graduate sentatives who attend the conferstudents will pay tecs as follows: ence, hols Prescott, '51, is ChairA-L, January 27; M-Z, January 28, man of the correspondence group.
All students who do not intend to Inter-Group Council will publish a
continue their studies for the second bi-monthly newsletter with news of
semester are requested to notify the Inter-Group work clone in colleges
Office of the Registrar. St intents In this area and In other sections
who are beginning graduate study of the State. Roger Nlelson, '48, has
the second semester are requested been appointed Editor of tills newsto submit the graduate application letter to keep State College Informterm which is secured In the Office ed of Inter-Group events at other
colleges.
•I the Registrar.
IGC Organizes
To Coordinate
Council Activities
College Inaugurates
Cadet Teacher Plan
Stokes Releases
Cast Members
For " Pinafore"
18 Seniors To Practice
In Six Area Schools
During Second Semester
A new plan for cadet teaching In
area schools will be introduced Into
the English department next semester. Beginning in February, nine
English majors from the Senior
class will go as practice teachers
into the Watervliet, Bethlehem Central, Roesselville, Voorheesville, Ravena, and Coeyman's high schools.
They will teach for eight weeks.
Members of the cast for the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta "H.M.S.
Pinafore," or "The Lass That Loved
A Sailor," have been chosen by Dr.
Charles F. Stokes, Professor of Music, who will direct the presentaThe plan will probably be expandtion. The operetta is to be performed by the operetta class March 12 ed to include at least three other
departments next fall, according to
and 13 in Page Hall auditorium.
Roles are as follows: The Right Dr. Robert Frederick, Director of
Honorable Sir Joseph Porter, K. C. Training, and a member of the
B. (First Lord of the Admiralty), planning and adjustment commitHarold Mills, '49; Captain Corcor- tee. Other members of the coman (Commander of H.M.S. Pina- mittee are Dr. Watt Stewart, Profore), Earle Snow, Graduate; Ralph fessor of History, and Dr. Harry
Rackstraw (Able Seaman), Clarence Hastings, Professor of English.
Olsen, Graduate; Dick Deadeye
Cadet teachers will act as assist(Able Seaman), Charles Chase,
Graduate; Bill Bobstay (Boatswain's ants to a master teacher, a regular
Mate), Stuart Campbell, '48; Bock teacher at the high school. They
Bccket (Carpenter's Mate), Charles will carry a full day's schedule and
Miller, '49; Josephine 'The Cap- responsibilities. After the eight
tain's Daughter), Jean Snow, Grad- weeks, the nine cadets will be reuate; Cousin Kebe (Sir Joseph's placed by other practice teachers.
First Cousin). Justine Maloney, '48;
Little Buttercup (A Port Bumboat To Receive Eight Hours Credit
Woman), Margaret Franks, and
Eight hours of credit are given
Jean Hoffman, Juniors.
for the eight weeks. Sp&cial courses
and adjustments will be made in
Understudying the above parts the English and Social Studies deare Harold White, '50, Stuart Camp- partments for those who will miss
bell, '48, Walter Campbell, Helen school time. All departments are
Eaton, and Margaret Franks, Jun- cooperating.
iors.
Other minor characters which
Mary Elizabeth Conklin, Instruchave not yet been chosen are the tor and Supervisor in English, will
First Lord's Sister, His Cousins, His act as field supervisor of the six
Aunts, Sailors and Marines.
area schools, which have promised
fullest cooperation.
The tentative list of Seniors and
schools at which they will teach
Commons Project. the
follows:
First eight weeks: Eugenia BaraNears Completion nowski,
Roesselville; Eloise Worth,
The final steps in the interior
decoration of the Commons are underway. Campus Commission has
obtained gray and maroon material
The Women's Chorus will sing
for the drapes and these will be
"Clouds," an Ernest Charles nummade by Myskania and Student
ber, and "Begin the Beguine"; the
Council.
Men's Chorus is to perform the
Helen Klsiel, '48, Grand Marshal,
"Riff Song" and "Stout-Hearted
has announced that the tables and
Men." Orchestra selections are
chairs that were decided on by tlie
the "Bacharal" from "The Seasons,"
student body during its last busiby Glazovnow, and Strauss's "Perness meeting have been ordered
petual Motion."
and the company expects to deliver
them In early February.
Each year a musical program is
The rcdccoratlon started during
presented to the student body to
Christinas vacation when the admake them aware of the work done
ministration took on the Job of seeby the music department. The reing that the Commons was comcent addition of Mr. Carl Peterson,
pletely painted. Besides a comInstructor of Music, has heldep to
plete paint job on the walls and
widen the scope of Stale's musical
ceilings, the floors were refinlshed
actlvlteis. This assembly will mark
and the bannisters were reinforced.
the first public appearance of the
Organizations desiring murals or
mens' chorus which was organized
caricatures on the walls should conthis fall.
tact tlie Campus Commission and
arrange the details between the
Commission and cooperating art
Prom Promises Pulchritude, Many Melodies, Much Mullin; students.
As soon as possible the class banSaturday Spot Suggests Banquet Banter, Voluminous Vittles ners will be arranged on the wall
with the latest class numerals
Tradition I Relaxation! Corona- lliuted on Friday evening by the ut $2.41) a couple, will be on sale nearest the stairs.
tion I Such words can only begin to semi-formal dance at the Aunuila in the Commons Tuesday through
describe the big Junior weekend Club Larry Audette and his orch- Friday, February H to 6.
Plans are tentative as yet for the Donnelly Sets Deadline
planned for February ti and 7. Yes, estra will furnish not only the muInformal gathering Saturday aftersic
for
dancing
but
also
the
accom'49 Is at It again. At what you say?
paniment while State's own Fran noon, but Saturday night will be O n Concession Bids
Well, It Is like this.
Mullui vocalizes. General chair- devoted lo tlie traditional Junior
Miss Onthrino Donnelly, '49, GenElizabeth Ann Gibson,
Following In the footsteps of the man. Dale Wood, has promised that banquet.
classes of 11)47 and 1948, the present the orchestra will play from t) p. m. Chairman of the banquet, has stat- eral Chairman of state Fair, has
Junior class Is combining its ambi- until 2 a. m. with an hour for Inter- ed that as yet the place has not announced that all group houses,
been •'liosen, but announcement sororities, fraternities, and other
tion and determination to carry on
the traditional Junior weekend. We mission. All girls will have 3 o'clock will be made when a decision Is groups on campus wishing to participate in this annual affair, should
reached.
said traditional In tlie fust line bo- hours.
The "Red Devils" seem to be de- hand Into her by Friday, January
cause, the entire weekend Is centered
Just a minute I That is not all!
hi, their bid for a concession. Each
around tradition. Certainly the The evening will reach Its climax termined to start the second sem- bid should be a list of three diH'ereiv
custom of a weekend completely as the Prom Queen enters 'mid the ester oil In the right frame of mind. typos of concessions In the order of
taken over by the Juniors Is as old strains of "Pomp and Circumstance," The sophlstociited beuuty of the their preference.
and respected a tradition as any at Rita Coleman, occupant of last prom combined with the friendly
James Brophy, '49, will head the
State, State would not be college yeur's throne, will return to crown atmosphere of the banquet should
without its Junior prom and ban- this year's resent, chosen as the result In a bang-up weekend long finance committee, while Qeraldlne
quet.
most beautiful girl In tlie Junior to be remembered by all who share Cooperman, '80. Is in charge of generul publicity.
class, Tickets tor the dunce, priced in Its fun and good times.
The weekend geUvlUw will be In-
..RjBgiMllAWpMV.,
Roesselville; Ruth Bessel, Voorheesville; Dorothy Dlffin, Bethlehem
Central; Mary Fleming, Bethlehem
Central; Bette Jayne Jones, Watervliet; Gloria Gilbert, Watervliet;
Marjorie Lotz, Ravena; Jane MoGuinness, Coeymans.
Second
eight
weeks;
Muriel
Woods,
Roesselville;
Madelyn
Brelch, Roesselville; Wanda Tomasik, Voorheesville; Shirley Webb,
Bethlehem Central; Mary Quinn,
Bethlehem Central; Hazel Engdahl,
Watervliet; Barbara Druschel, Watervliet; Carol Clark, Ravena; Mary
lmmett, Coeymans.
To Supplement Milne Program
The purpose of the program Is
to supplement Milne practice teaching by giving more practical experience, and to promote closer relations between State College and
the high schools of tlie state.
The present set up represents the
results of many years planning, but
Is entirely experimental, explains
Dr Frederick. Although the program will continue next year, it is
subject to many changes. Dr.
Frederick states, "The class of 1948
is witnessing a very significant development in the history of the
college, one for which we have long
been planning. The claw, of '48 can
be proud of the fact that it is the
class which Inaugurated
cadet
teaching In the high schools of the
state."
Application! Art Available
For Infirmary Ft« Refund
Forms for making application for
refunds of Infirmary fees are now
available in Room 300 A. All those
students holding the new insurance
policies must make application before March 1st, according to Nancy
Walsh, '48, Secretary of Student
Board of Finance.
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