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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRipAY. MARCH 8, 1*46
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1948
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Animal Parasitology; B1311, Seminar Hy243, Conflict of the American
in Biology; Ch228, Modern Inor- States; Hy244, American Adaption
ganic Chemistry; Ch240, Physical under Modern Industrial Change;
Chemistry; Ch311A, Seminar in My219 Mexico, Past and Present;
Hy250, The Second World War; Hy
Chemistry.
Reconstruction of the Social
^<$PS2l9;-:Parties and Politics in the 254,
Studies; PS262 International OrUnited;fltaM!»;.JPS2l5,
State
and
LoThe annual meeting
of
the
Spring
(Continued from Page 3, Column8) cal Government in New York; Hy ganization; Ec303, Seminar in EcoConference of the1 Eastern. States
nomics; So304, Seminar in SocioAssociation of Professional Schools Research Problems; EdioiA, Phil- 216A, Hispanic American History; logy; PS312, Seminar in Political
PS216,
The
Government
of
Great
for Teachers will be held at *the Ho- osophy of Education.
Science; Hy341, Seminar in Ameritel Commodore March 18,19, and 20. • Ed301B, Comparative Educational Britain and the Dominions; Hy224A, can History. !
;
Harp's Riot, directed ttjr r John Philosophy; Ed 114E, Methods for Origin's of the First World War;
Brophy '49, Vice Presideht ,ofrjrlew- English; Edll4SS, Methods for Soman Club, will be held ln.'tM Com- cial Studies; He200, Health Counselmons Friday, March 19*/ | .^
ing of the Individual; He201B, Or. Easter vacation 'logins Wednes- ganization, Adminifiratloh, and Suday, March 24, at 5:25 p. mi School pervision ot the Health Program; He
will be resumed April 5.
202, Health Teaching in the SecondThe Inter-Collegiate Conference ary School; En5, Readings in Conwill be held here at State the week temporary Literature; Enl21B Readend of April 10, under the direc- ings in American Literature; En205,
The New England Renaissance; En
tion of Robert Kittridge.
<
Shakespeare; En213A, EngVan Derzee will hold its annual 206A,
formal dance at Van Derzee Hall lish'Poets of the 19th century.
April 9.
En 215B, The Novel; En216A, The
The Sophomore Class Will present Twentieth Century Novel; En219,
its Big-4 April 10 in the Page Hall The Short Story; En228, Literature
auditorium, under the direction 'of in the High Schol Curriculum; En
S5gK;s
Robert Freyer.
'„, 234, Workshop for Writers; En242,
The Alumni Weekend of Newman Southern Life and Literature; En
Club will take place this year April 244, Elizabethan Literature; En253,
Representative Modern Dramatists?
ie.
En256, The West; En268, Dialects;
Pierce Hall's Formal will take En269, Forms" of Public Address;
place in the Ingle Room April 17. En270, Narration; En311, Seminar
The Class of '51 will present its in English and American Literature.
Big-4 in the Page Hall Auditorium
L117B, Literature for Children and
April 25.
Adolescents; Lil22 Book Selection;
Kappa Delta To Hold Tea Sunday Li212, Classification and CatalogKappa Delta Sorority will enter- ing; Li213A, School Library Organtain faculty and house mothers of ization; Li213B, The Library in the
group houses at a tea Sunday, from School; L1220, History of Books and
3 p.tn. to 5 p m., announced by Bar- their Place in Society; L1321, Public
bara Dunker '48, President of the Library Administration.
B1203, Animal Histology; B1204;
organization.
Nelson Releases
Summer Schedule
Neiltcn Announces Deadline
C. Rogers Nielsen '48, Editor-inChief of Primer, has announced
that the deadline for submitting literary material and cover designs
for the Spring issue of Primer will
be March 19. Primer is offering a
$10 prize for the best cover design
submitted for the Spring issue.
The deadline for cover designs
is also March 19.
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MEDIEVAL PEOPLES HfLIEVED THAT THE DELIGATE AQUAMARINE MADE
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MUSICIANS. HUMANITARIANS AND IDEALISTS.
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COLLEGE FLORIST FOR YEARS
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w m a n club wlU 5 onsor a Har
services and public relations in the o n e d e l e g a t e f r o m each State which . h T h e a ^%£$"£tt^lX
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semester 1947-48.
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R l o t „ p a r t y i n t h e Commoa8
of Women's Athletic Association, ference, and all publicity informa- ^ r * ™ ™™5^y ™e™ ~S*Je class of 1948
Saint Patrick's Day theme will be
con
will introduce a motion to bring the tion and planning for the twenty- A.r /?
aemnea were Mac„.,„.,.
carried out with decorations, relur
cheer leading activities under the flftn annual conference in 1948-49 m " nlJ? . "*B"2™Vmg mp°.Hf
^ ? t a n A l e y , A b »' a m s ' V l ° l a f,V A b J T s ' freshments. entertainment, and
supervision of W.A.A. Council. At the w l l l b e handled through these dele*
Sh-handed militaristic Ethel
Angle, Margaret Ardito, Kath- c h o ic e of records.
Student meeting this week plans for g a t e s . This group is responsible for v°}ic]f\ (
~
° e n B e l 1 ' M a r t i n 2 0 r t n i w J r " Maf"
General chairman of the affair
l s
the collection of ciass dues in the g d ^ w S ing u p Ga p^nJg d r a f t of i K S S t l
Sa^STanorK SSS
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future were discussed.
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Mr. Bulger will discuss what stu- the 1948-49 meeting next March.
Dooular with iak Mariorv E Clark Cecilia Cole- t a i n m e n t : M a r y Calandra, '50, reh '.
dents can do to further the cause Delegates g - ^ J " - ^
veterans? S ^ S H S S toS SJn Mr l l i l S h F. CoSard°t- r ^a Jt 1 ^ f ' I d ^ nald
nTd^M
^ oan atl dd
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of Public Relations and will out- Frank flarrigan of ™«hburg w h o serv ed under his command thur N. Collins, Jean H. Connor, °5 1, ^ ' ™l„P°
line briefly the work of this office Sto e Tochers College, wudeoted i n t h e Pacific Theatre.
Marie J. Contos, Margaret Daly,
' arrangements.
in the past, present, and the plans chairman of the ATCP Conference
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'< T h e entertainment wlll be led by
for the future. It is his desire to for the coming year The other rep- —
SeSSnte Glenn Delion
Wllma Margaret Seaman '49. Entertainers
"creat a public relations conscious- resentatives to the Executive Coun- D I
I «eLw
Dlehl John FDootey Peggy Ann will include Elolse Worth '48, who
ness among the students."
S v E ^ J ^ J ^ a / S E YU>**XI
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Eggert. Norma E Fobian^ Julia will sing "Same Old Shillelagh", and
Cheer Leadere
" T h e r S 1 J ^ e S ^ M ^ a c h u - I N . . ^ T ^ A * * „ - J ^ - e s i Anne V Gilleo, Margaret Francis,
Multo6 8 48, who wUl stag
Mi« .Uleiiis
Diohl's r^ouon
ntotion ito
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L/Unil l O / \ t t ^ n Q
Groesbeck,
Katherine
Hansen, Mar.u Clifford
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Miss
|to brine•«,.
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Harland
Lnuisp Hild«th.
Hildreth
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ballads.
cheer
leaders under
the control
of setts.
During the sectional meetings of L S U I I M I V / \ l h C I I \ 4
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W. A. A. will also be discussed. At the ATCP, held Thursday and Fri- C l _ l ^ I #* — L ^ - ^ - * - * »
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H "'PP ^- "n0neeal Crooners" ouartet will Derthe present time the chce, leaders d a y , it was apparent that Albany O t a t C L O n ^ r C n C C
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and their activities are not under i s a leader in publishing a student. v / .. _ .
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chorus
any definite organization. If this financed uncensored paper. The W a U h R e p U c e S R d e r " l s o "' Barbara Hyman WaUace r e « a maie cnorus^
motion is passed the choosing of problems of censorship encountered
A P ' I C
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Keene,
Kathryn
Kendall,
Helen
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whole
group will stag Irish
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cheer leaders wlll be done by W. by individual publications were raisA s TrOSh IreaSUrer
aiel.
Dolores
Koenig,
Janet
La
Rue,
melodies,
and
join in a "Patrick"
A. A. after the candidates have e d and suggestions were offered by Jean Pulver, '49, Gerald Dunn, A n n rLa l e we Lr ee vrElneu > e Edna
Long,
Wa
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tried out. in previous years the the delegates. The representative and Marvin Lansky, freshmen, were *« ° f ' S " f ^ . * ?
2 ^ , i ' 5 S & S l ! j S S
college cheer leaders have been f r o m Kutztown State Teachers Col- elected delegates last Friday to the £ McLaren, Sheila Maginess, •tanewUl decoiate the Common^
voted upon by the entire Student l e g e reported that their staff Is inter-Collegiate Conference to be Theresa Mahoney, Justine Maloney, From a wishing well which wiU
Association.
forced to operate under strict cen- held at State College April 8-9. Evelyn Mat ison Paul Meadows, be set up, called Mrs. Murphy s
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snrehin hv the fnllece nresident Tlie T viP Woi^h won HIP PIPPHOII for Gloria0 a rMerhige,
E. Mer- Cho^dei , names will be drawn to
f i e A M iElizabeth
Payment of Vet's Dues
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Treasurer of The Soohomore clas? " " •
- lls' A n n Moselle' plck d a n c e p a r t n e r s ' ° t n e r Prlzes
At the Student Council meeting ^ i n f e r e n c e 6 p S e d ' T m l l a f T h e ^ r e t n f S n c T deVgates *™ OlmsU** Thelma Pangburn, will be given from "Mrs. Murphy's
Tuesday an anouncoment was made r , ,
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k w i t h A l f p e W i n l a m q . 48 Anna Pascuzzi, Mrs. Dorothy S. Chowder .
stating that the government would DP ° ~ p d l l o r i a l P o l i c v i n c U n l c
VLS, of the entoe Inte^Oolle- p f a f f . George Poulos, Arliene Riber, Chaperones will be Mr. and Mrs.
pay the veteran's Student Associa- T C e e Janel discussions i n d a JZt S o c L t f o n in nlannin? the Angela Ricci, Betty Robertson, My- Warren Walker, Miss Francis Bourtion fees A system was d i s c u ^ i ^ ^ ^ ^ S t S l . A ^ f e n t s S ' S u 5 p r ^ S S o E mnl
ra Rosenberg
Joseph Roulier, Rose- ^ ^ % S ^ S \ S ^ Y ^
Bvnn Llllan
for an efficient collection or class t u e s
Teachers Colleee meet- \oao dnvlnc the activities
'V
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Salanl, Jean Sta- The paity, which in the past has
dues next year. This plan is de- ' # . ^ 2 ? * ° o S i d £ b f f D? Us
Miss Pulver w S S e d on the P leto »' DJaolsee l 3 h Stenard. Lucille St. been an annual affair, was not
signed to eliminate much of the S w J , ° p Trove^Associate Di- fhJrd d i 2 but ion with Dunn com ?™^
Sullivan, Seymour Sun- held last year. Instead, an enterconfusion
concerning the payment S l ^ y S i t ^ S J d
^ n ' T T l T StyTon
«««*. Patricia Tilde:;.Charles Trim, tainment was held in the Commons
of dUCS
the college delegates with individual h ls position on the last distribution ^ n f Vana :Dett
a, Shir ley Van Pop(Cmtinwdon
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problems and to answer questions b y n n extremely narrow margin. In e« 8- P« n c f Walsh, Manomee
Trs YosAt%9t>
concerning mnkeup, copy, heads and t h e race for Sophomore Treasurer, Watklm!• a ^ h a r d _ w e j n W g . wan
IO r e a t U r e
Walsh won easily on the first dls- ^ Weiss Doris Wester Ma y E. D
CluDS
s U l I I cunculties.
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, / During the panel discussions that tributlon with Bowen and DeCarlo Whitney, Alice J. Williams Shirley I M S I I ^ I O U ) \ . I U O »
l t s
Snrinn PUanCoHw
followed, matters of editorial policy c o m i n g i n i n Uiat order.
Williams, Orletta Wolf, Elizabeth
*/pi'iljJ IMiapaWVJf
took the lore with consideration be- Walsh will replace Rhoda Riber W o ( x i '
11811 #\CtlVIII«?S
in
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B B'ven to the place of Interna- W h 0 vacated the office upon her r ,
» mg
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tional and pntional news in the col- election as Treasurer of Student As- ", , , .„„,„. ..„„ Marv A n P
k l *_ VV/ I
Dig-*?
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Charles J. Amyot, Jean Maiy An- I . - - M ^ w f \ X f ^ i > K
] u u l t l u . responsibility soc lation
der8on D o r o t h y
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,
or tie the lone of the publication. 5SSS5SOM«
»• A ™ old - MarUyn T O r I ^ C X l YY C « K
"Spring Rhapsody," the ireshnmn
Po fen-ce delegates•
Avalear, Mary E. Bacher, William
Blg-4, will be presented Saturday, R e g i s , r a r Announces Date
Conference delegates.
Frederiok Baron, Jean P. Activities for religious organlzaAprll 24, at 8:30 p. m. In Page Hall. ? e9 'r S " r , M X i l n = « « •
Quota-4 1 - 11126
Bassetl. Mary H. Bates, Marie E. ions tor next week include a meetTickets will be on sale niter Wed- For Final Make-Up txams
Quota. • — + 1 - 1U20
B e r a i o l t i Dorothy M. Butch, Doro-tagand a chapel planned by IZFA
nesday, April 14, according to Ger- According to the Registrar, Spring
4
Byrnes, Helen G. Caldes, Wal- and SCA respectively. During last
aid Dunn, president of the class, vacation begins Wednesday at 6:26
l
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A 0 a m p b e U Anthony Capuano, week Hlllel received a library from
, p. m. unci classes will be resumed Dunn
9ioo 9JU" oouu p h „ . m n n n P „ r m stnnlev Chwalek the Albany chapter of B'nai Brlth.
Authors of this musical comedy *
2 00 2500 2500
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X i ^ ! In tor Zionist Federation of AmeriA . u 5ftt8 : 1 0 IV, m , A b . purkee
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are Oeorglna Maginess. Alice Gersh, ^
,,„ c l a s s c s o l l t h e s e days Fred
1500 1800 2000 g a u J . tUpi Inn^iBODetoOiOM.
Charlotte Skolnlck and Donald Ely, wl ' u b(1 p o r m , t t o d 0 ,u y on written Houck
3900 3900 3900 Dorothy Daly, Olivei D^'ng, Pa th is month at (he Milne UttleTheawho Is also directing the production. c o n s e n t of ,he Dean of the College.
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Member of the cast Include Claryco
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announces Use Gluckstadt '49. The
Forelta, Oreta Gladstone, Benjamin
,
, „iovie to be shown ls entitled "Home
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BY AMERICAN INDIANS AS AN
AMULET AGAINST DANCER,
ALBANY, NEW YORK,
lul9er To Discuss ATCP Delegates ^ t ^ S
Public Relations Appoint Pulver J^sT*ZP%S£;
.'ve smoked Chesterfields for years
I know THEY SATISFY *
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n A n n u a l
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K J J ffiTSuSJ'iSi.S: Sopfis Keep B/g-4 Bonanza Darfc Secref From Curious Frosh; A ^ M ^ A j a g party
J . u r f f i S i r U T S y f - Posters Line Hallways As '50 Prepares For Rivalry Event
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t ^ n m i T n ^ X w ^
The Knickerbocker News has ol- water dance routine that consists mention one detail would be to Sserved.
C A C, l c, T
K ' J S Cahlll, nnro.hy Mann, J * g l v o a „ „ m w,,,e-up. a her- »' «» <J»'
ffj«»!««
n^'puiEly ff^WtaK
" »• M l o»n , sW ^4i) P r e s l d o n t o f
Ui Um
George Waldbilllg, Kay Riohards. „ l t ^ nrnved In Albany to soe the ^
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^ ™ o o ^ k n o v S till everyone Is wMUrc to tafc "
' Barbara Johnson, Walter Keller. ])(M.|m„mlUM„ and we, at State, are J w '" }» a ell e n " ' " ° ^ " u f™*J ffiut- ffi wtataly toWl»M» to S t u d e n t Christian Association has
El,,nor Guarlno, Mary Ingersoll. f u t 0 s , t , u h e r e ta Page Hall, as yeth Howevei,, the, aud enoemay *™>^™^^\£°%™
announced that the regular WedAntoinette Fra«». Eugene Webs- ^ l l a t , ? | why "Bonanza", of oourse. f" i m " . n f R B S ^ S t e T t h o S done l a toti time^accordingtol l e s d a v 1 n o ° " o h °P e l w l uMb e hhe l d
John Stevenson and Ruth ,.,„. H o | l l , o l a l r a that it's a U that tool a h a »P« <£«'«*. tho«e ™ J „ » 2 C ^
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Owens.
I he nu.no means and they aim to JUBi
OJ mftnager, has nn- '' ' f Unitarian Chapel as usual.
r h e flnfU l e o t m e o f t n o
Committee Heads are as follows: plovo this when It Is produced allot N()W ,.,„. „ , m u > s u r p r l B 0 . . , the n o u n 0 ed that all posters have some B8
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Lenten serthp
clionu, Joan Hatch; stage, Eug«ne Biwlor vacation.
, t p a r f t g r a p n WUs JJu s t w l m t w „ s oonneotlon With the plot, no matter ' b e' " L e n t »»
Atointo Ago" will
rhe
Rolir; sets, Beverly Kuhlkln; Make• tot aen tenoe. . . . how vague It seems at present. Miss
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medltatton will oonup, Susan Panek; «rra»wemonU. Acoo Uinu to IUIWIB. thta
»uP
Sophs are being very Thompson has also announced "big- ' ' f E , ^ t e A r ^ d A l l b e f ! v e " i b ?
Gerald Dunn; house, l Mm . I s itobofttwo a c t p ay , .^ona
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, k . ufab u s e e n {toyonind Arthur Ada.ns of Utc First
Se.lu.ll/.o; typing, Eleanor Gess..- sn o t«tk«* ' » ' l « ^ X r e posed mastor-ploco a big, dark so- before the show goes on.
Presbyterian Church, Albany.
tier; costumes, Elonnor Uunrjno. Nt mm mlng any names « ' ^ t , u ,, ,, t h , , ) e n r d ttr0U|ld U u b Fl ,, yi!1 . (11l.eut01. s n y s u ,at Last week, Gideon chapter of
staKo designs, Stuart Goldman.
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sehool oonoernlng the forthcoming even though you don't know what B'nai Brlth women presented Hlllel
publicity. Jeanne Sandbeig.
nitotm
«.»•« m » i <• » J
production is only a guess. The onlytoexpect, you'd be wise to attend. If with a bookoas* and sei-«ral books.
lM
m ,l
Speolal music arrangements have lie " " l' • •.•.'. ' l t ' u d s statement for print, according to the publicity is any Indication of The books will b« available to the
boon made by Richard Thome, Jo- ai>• •> » ' •
' . t ,_ „.' t l u , U l g . 4 director and workers, la, the production, it will be well worth student body shortly after Easter
soph Friedman, Charlotte Skolnlck J^fJ^'j,. 1 ^ 1g ^ u , s w o ; k u , a n u n d e r . -Evorythlnf} Is so unusual that to your time.
vacation.
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PAOI a
STATK C O L L E G E N E W S ,
FRIDAY, MARCH IB, 1048
S t A T l COLUKOI NEWS,
Have You Heard?
Poit Sculpt
"Say—you're naval reserve, aren't you? Well,
you'd better say good-bye to State. You didn't
know? Well, you're due to be called anytime on
six hour notice, and believe me, it'll be soon."
By B O B T U C K E R .
This Reporter is given the widest latitude as author
of this column, although his viewpoints
do not necessarily
"Hey, Mary, know what? If there's a war, they're
going to draft all the women, even college kids.
Yeah, sure I'm serious. One of the fellows said the
men won't go."
those
of the STATB COLLECT NHWS.
J o y Simon '49, w h o h a s been writing t h i s column for
t h e past few weeks, is unable to continue. H e r successor is Bob Tucker
I ' m a n e w m a n a t t h e job. E v e r y t h i n g you read
here will b e m y opinion only, b u t I will try to back
It u p with facts 'herever oossible, a n d take the r a p
for w h a t I s a y via r ail to my column or to t h e editors
of t h e paper . . .
Rumor runs riot throughout the halls these days.
, You meet it every place from the Commons to
classes where whispers spread the most vital information ranging from the imminence of a war
with Russia to the necessity of signing up immediately for the draft.
Reserve officers of the Air Corps have hit it
lucky, so far. They will have thirty-six hours to
wind up their affairs instead of the six allotted to
the Naval Reserve. The Marines, apparently, will
have to grab their old uniforms, moth balls and
all, without any time at all for a farewell dinner or
for sewing insignia on a suit turned civilian. Will
their motto be justified? Listen for a new, fresh
story tomorrow.
reflect
Reprinted from the May, 1947 issue of ESQUIRE
Copyright 1047 by Esquire, Inc.
"Haven't you any other trips? We were in the
Army, you know'*
A few weeks ago a i» eeting of prospective ballplayers was held, evidently t o test t h e m e a s u r e of interest which could be co, nted on in t h e coming season. Twenty-odd players showed u p , enough to e n courage M.A.A. t o go forward with t e n t a t i v e plans for
an intercollegiate schedule. Or so I t h o u g h t . Several
weeks passed with n o further news of baseball, a n d
it also slipped my m i n d a s I ploughed t h r o u g h drills.
to a n d from school.
However, a s news of spring t r a i n i n g from Florida
and t h e West began t o trickle from t h e radio, I r e membered a n d began to wonder w h a t n e w developSeniors complaining about the dearth of good
ments h a d taken place since t h e original gathering.
By H E I N Z E N G E L
leads won't have to worry any more. AH their
I Various stories r e a c h e d me. T h e original site h a d
been discarded because of time difficulties (In spile
troubles will be solved for them in the next few
T h e most m i n u t e inspection of to- on in t h e minds of m e n a n d m a n y
weeks by the tempting offer of a job as a bigger day's newspapers will impress even more things which we a r e not so of t h e fact t h a t almost all a t t h e m e e t i n g had expressed their willingness to practice a t t h e designated
and better Wac. This time women will run the show. t h e most uninterested person in t h e willing to listen to.
time a n d place), a further a t t e m p t t o get the same
world
of
t
h
e
grave
situation,
which
With
all
these
advances
It
might
Tell me, girls, can you learn anything about tanks
field a t a more convenient hour h a d failed, a n d now
the present d a y society faces. P r o m seem t h a t we a r e on t h e way t oan a t t e m p t was being m a d e to get Beverwyck park
m that driver training course?
all sides we a r e told t h a t between one of t h e most glorious futures t h a t for our exclusive use. T h e latest: Hash from the Iron I
us a n d t h e complete destruction of m a n h a s ever been able to envision. office indicates t h a t n o practice will be held until
Sounds stupid, doesn't it? But how many rum- our
physical lives s t a n d s only o n e B u t n o ! ! ! At every t u r n we a r e con - after Easter vacation, which leaves about seven weeks
ors like these have we listened to and passed on t h i n g a n d t h a t is t h e atom bomb, fronted by an abyss which a p p a r - for
a n d t h e actual schedule. T o my knowlwith a gasp? The muddlesome, meddlesome state of We a r e Impressed with t h e grave- ently leads nowhere b u t to certain edge,practice
n o schedule h a s been made, mostly because we
most peoples minds today gives rise to distortions ness of t h e communistic influences, self-destruction. W h a t is wrong? don't definitely have a field lo play on. This is no!
t terrible effects would take place or maybe the problem could be b e t - a, very encouraging picture, a n d m a n y of t h e holdof facts we have been conscious of for some time ifw h athose
ideals would become t h e ter s t a t e d : "What is lacking."
overs from last year a r e beginning to suspect thai
without getting hysterical about them.
ideals of t h e world. With loud cries
Have we not, in our haste to make this season will be a repetition of last—no practice
the theological t h i n k e r s of our time science our God, overlooked one of to speak of, n o publicity, a n d a t e a m in n a m e only.
That there is the possibility, some would say proclaim t h a t we a r e , if n o t o n t h e t h e most important phases of h u - Both field a n d schedule should have been taken care
probability, of war, is easily recognized. Since Pres- way to hell t h e n a t least o n t h e m a n t h i n k i n g ' This one phase h a d of a t the end of last season.
ident Truman's address on Wednesday, the possi- certain downward p a t h of our so been going on through t h e ages like
long cherished moral creeds. This a thin thread, b u t y e t it was strong
bility of another draft looms larger. To consider view
As far as I know, J o h n D o J e y h a s worked v e n
Is arso ardently supported by enough t o pull h u m a n i t y along
carefully the eventuality that women will be as- sociologists who point with shudder through sorre of its most trying per- hard to m a k e a go of t h e whole business, following
signed a larger part in future hostilities is a wise in their voices to t h e general disinte- iods. T h e n a m e given to this thread up leads but to n o avail. I a d m i t I don't know the
story. W h a t a r e t h e prospects for a team I hi
slep in planning for the next few years. But—to gration of our very basic unit of s o - differs with t h e individual b u t at all whole
this year? I s i t impossible to get t h e facilities lo
ciety
.
.
.
n
a
m
e
l
y
t
h
e
family.
times
m
a
n
h
a
d
it.
throw up one's hands in despair, to jump frantically
practice? I don't know who in t h e M.A.A. can
from the absurd to the ridiculous is merely to con- We m a y rightly ask ourselves just Some of us m a y call it hope, some answer these questions, but someone surely can loll
why, a n d w h y j u s t a t this time, we of us m a y call i t conviction, some me—and t h e rest of t h e student body—whether «
fuse an already serious situation.
should be confronted by such o b - call it faith. Just arbatrarily I will can make use of t h e material we have, lo make a
stacles. I n t h e sa"me b r e a t h we m a y call it t h e basic philosophy of life, winning team, or if we a r e chasing a will-o'-the-wisp '
For the most part, these rumors*start with an also ask ourselves how we may over- A basic philosophy of life will n o t
innocent observation concerning the problem. We come not only these obstacles, b u t only provide m a n y answers b u t will
also give t h e thin t h r e a d onto which
don't expect to find fifth columnists lurking be- also t h e underlying causes.
us e x a m i n e w h a t h a s h a p p e n - we c a n h a n g a n d with t h a t weather
S t a t e College is, as colleges go ,a pretty small school
hind Minerva. The remark, picked up and exag- edLet
during t h e last few years. Science t h e obstacles.
T h e r e a r e a million different activities lo occupy the
gerated, soon blossoms into a healthy, full grown has taken over our very lives. O u r Let me give you a concrete exam- time of interested people: everything from Volleyball
rumor. There is more than a suspicion that many p a t h s a n d ways have been dictated pie. You may ask yourselves how to Dramatics. B u t it never censes to amaze me how
of us enjoy harrowing our emotions without con- by science. Science h a s been able we c a n s f up Communism with it. people c a u g h t up in the swirl of t h e m a n y activities
sidering either the effect on our blood pressure or to provide us with j u s t about every- M a n must believe something. If you can twist their sense of values. I certainly admire
thing we m i g h t desire from s u c h take all t r u t h away from m a n a n d devotion to one or several of t h e extra-curricular
the ineffectiveness of fuming and fretting.
lowly things as a speedy garbage surround h i m with n o t h i n g b u t lies, events being staged a t school, hut—. Betty Boop r a n
Moral—don't start stupid stories circulating, and disposal of h u m a n beings by way of lies which he knows a s such, h e will develop ulcers, apoplexy, or Bright's disease over I he
eventually believe In those lies, prospects of t h e latest W.A.A. marble tournament,
don't pass them on if you hear them. But—have the atom bomb.
you heard that you will have to turn in all the Scientists in t h e form of sociolo- merely because he h a s nothing else but don't ask h e r whom she would like to see elected
"You mean president of t h e college?" she
brass buttons on your old uniforms so that they gists have also provided us with a to believe in. If we w a n t t o stop President
most complete explanation of t h e Communistic doctrines we m u s t be will reply. When you have explained to her thai you
can be replaced by plastic ones which won't need way we spend o u r lives a n d why. able to provide in their place doc- are referring to a popular political office, she will
polishing?
Phychologists have to a certain ex- trines of such s t r e n g t h a n d force smile coyly a n d say, "Oh, I don't have time for thai
tent been able to tell us what goes t h a t (lie person w a n t s t o accept sort of thing. Besides. I'm not a Social Studies Ilia
jor." I asked oiie "co-ed" what, she thought aboiu
them.
A people cannot have Its century- the possibility of a draft. "Prankly " she replied, 'in,
rooted beliefs obliterated a n d then windows a r e storm-proofed" What can you do?
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
^OmmmUcaUoiU be
told to go a n d find by themselves
tlie right p a t h a n d t h e answer t o
Established May 1916
i'» T h e Editor:
their problems. J u s t as t h e fertile
P O S T S C R I P T If you IMnk t h e new Hudson i
The scene shifts ranldlv in r»fields of .t nation c a n be destroyed,
By »he Class of 1918
exciting, try Hie new 'Karpliik' T h e car vou crawl up
Davit \r. t i
o. .
: " « " u i J "1 i e " " • -' ...iv.un n u i uu IR'SUOyeO
c Slate
Unlv
i s o l l rof m a n m a y be destroyed
th.
e r s l t ybo bill,
minds
they
tell„ me. This might
t h e tShoe lfc
duty, in these times, lo into!
RATING-ALL-AMERICAN
reason
for
t
h
e
error
in
last
week's
furnish
strong
convictions, n o t only
Vol. X X X I I
M a r c h 19 1948
N o , 2o
News.
for ourselves but also for m a n y o t h Mombor
"Isii'lhulnr
We read on p a g e . 1 last week Unit « ' people. A pound of food will Cnll&na Cn\&nrlnr
Asuooliuoil Colli'ifluto Pr,,
Culletfliilu 1)IK,..S| the Catholic Welfare League of m i l k ( ! them l l v i ' for one day, a firm v - w n c y c
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:".™ .! ? '' ; ; < x M 7 7 » •»•• * » * ' * . * Sllltu c,0, New York S t a t e stands opposed to belief will make them hope forever.
Ii'de
University r p ^ j s nQ^ \ n til i.s p h i l o s o p h y of life WO
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fur lift.
true.
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must also Include, for o u r own benel
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SU.TI8: Clark 3-0S70. Members ut lliu niiWH muff inny foe T h e issue concerning the S t a t e tlt, such basic principles as faith in I ItlDAV, MARCH I!), 1948
rviifhfti Turn., mul Wed.from 7 in i i ::in p j [
University
i.s
vital
and
of
high
lnones neighbors, the knowledge that
11:00 A.M. Paul C. Bulger '>'ll speak in Assemble
"i .'I Ilia?
tere.st to many readers of' tile S t a t e every m a n h a s within him sonu
on "field Hen Ices and Public Uelalloli
llfl i l , u l
College News. Therefore, I feel it B°°d "
' » «!' probability wc
ol Ihe College"
The News Board
is .sufficiently important t h a t we be h«vo us mnnj faults a.s t h e next
correctly informed on nil the per- m a n
ANN MAY
:i;il) I ' M Inler-Vursily CiirMian Eeilow.-hip Bibl.
EDITOR IN CHIEF tinent details.
CAROL CLARK
Above nil there must be hope. A
MANAGINQ EDITOR
ELLEN ROCHFORD
The authorized stand of the C m a n may be down, stepped upon and
Class (lenesi.s Sneaker, Mrs '('raver
MANAGING EDITOR W. L.. was published by its secre
PAULA TlCHY
tortured
but us
as ioiiK
long as
lie
litis
hope
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mu
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FRANCES ZINNI •
11:00 I ' M Newman Club presentation ol H a i r
0lfi,
' " U L a P e r f ° " " « * « • out. II is this hop w h >
CIRCULATION MANAOLH S t h e CaTholl " V " "
RITA COLEMAN
Idol In Hie ('oiiimons
01 t h e Catholic diocese of Albany, kept the Pilgrim going; It Is till'
ADVERTISING
CHARLOTTE LALLY
the Evangelist. T h e Tobln, h a s ro hope which should activate such
BU»,NE«»
MANAGER
ELSIE LANDAU
SI N O W , IViAHCll .'I
luted this unqualified quotation,
projects as world peace a n d treeASSOCIATE EDITOR
JEAN PULVER
.
Patricia
Spencer,
'Ifl
dolus.
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
JEAN SPENCER .
3.00 P.M HM1I.KH - M . s k a m a Master pari) ai
EDITOR'S N O T E : T h e following
Many o! those thing„.. seem to be
ASSOCIATE EOITOR
s t a t e m e n t appeared in the Evange- lucking In our present day thinking.
Albany Home in'- Children.
list of March 13.
Issue Editor CAROL CLARK
We a r e nropmg in the dark, b u t yet TI i:SI).\V, MAIM'II '.'.'I
The New York S t a t e Catholic Wei know not w h a t we are groping for.
.... r\
•
Committee
htus been quoted as Wo have dropped the thread and
M. DiimiiiiiiiU'iitluiiH alioui(I lie iiiliiri'DNuil in tin' oilliur unit fare
3:30 P.M. liJFA presentntam ol "Home Are The
line.I lie Dltflltnl. Nillllua tvlll In. wlllilii'lil il|tun million I being opposed to t h e creation of t h e cannot tlnd it. T h a t thin thread of
Hunted", Milne I Idle Thiailer
Tin- HTATK rul.l.lOOl'] \HWS tiaaiiinou im roaiiiiimlLllll) proposed Stale University.
hope a n d conviction, of faith in onefur u|>lllUM« u>|>re.4.<i'i| In lis miliums or I'liiuiiiilliloutlona
According t o Charles J Tobin, self a n d faith in one's fellow
ua HIII'II i'i|ii'iv.uluiii do aoi nuvossurlly reflect lis vltov.
7'30 P.M. Clioraletios musical program at the AI
secretary of tho CWO, this Is u n - m e n lias guided generations past
bany Home
true There were objections to t h e t h e forces of destruction a n d will, if
-iEJ-2
bill which a r e being mot by a m e n d - found, guide future generations on to WI:I)NI;SI».VV, MARCH U
incuts,
t h e wide road to a better world.
loday'd. Outlook
vt
0:35 P.M.—aiiring vacation begins
IGC Commences
Clinton Square
Seminar Project
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FRIDAY. MARCH 19. 1048
OHO Man'4, Opinion
By T H O M A S L I S K E R
H a t ' s off t o " C o m m a n d e r s " Stokes
mm a
Pulver, Lansky, NEWS Releases
Dunn To Attend Date Of Contest
and Peterson for their pleasing d i - Mrs. s n o w s solo, "The Hours C r e e p c » L ^ r ^ ^ t ^ * * * * T h e d a t e for t h e preliminary o r rection of " T h e Lass T h a t Loved O n Apace," was t h e t o p single p e r - SjQjQ^Of\TQrQ(\Ce
^LZ^?™JL
^ \ l Z ~ M * * MIL
w
The Sailor." I t h a s been t h e m o s t i b r m a n c e of t h e evening. Earl Snow * * "
" V ^ - v r i I I « ? I w w w a t 0 r l c a l contest t o be h e l d a t S t a t e
an<1
. 7 H warmly received production in P a g e
Clarence ( D o n ' t - l e a n - o n - t h e h a s been set for April 7 a t 8:15
n V I I C S J V i e m D e r s n i p S ^ J Hall this year.
m a s t h e a d ) Olsen, portraying t h e i r . O o n H r t u e d / r o m P o j i e J t , Column9J
p . m . i n Room 206. T h i s contest
Before
crifcicall
T o "Feel O u t "Tensions
y denouncing " H . c h a r a c t e r s fwcically, disappointed a
^ being sponsored by t h e
wnlch
I w I « Iv m
i c n s i u i i s M g p l n a f o r e „ a s d i s g u s t i n g i y a W k . few, b u t a d d e d r i b tickling enjoy- Lansky
5500 5500 6000 g t a t e ^ ^ ^ ^ n d i n conjuncward
le
Molly Mulligan '50, C h a i r m a n of
t us t a k e i n t o considera- m e n t to t h e packed house. I n p a r - McCabe 4700 4800 5000 tion with t h e Albany T i m e s Union
t h e Clinton S a u a r e S e m i n a r P r o - t , o n t h a t lt w a s a n a m a t e u r show, tlcular, Charlie Miller's nautical a s - P u l v e r
Newspapers O r a 1 0 7 0 0 1 0 9 0 o 1 1 3 0 o and the Hearst
t n e Clinton s q u a r e s e m i n a r no A c
^
. . ^ , 7 0 0 torlcal Contest is based o n t h e s u b p r o d u , c e r S | a n d d l r e c t o r s all Pects c a u g h t t h e eyes of all. Miss
ject sponsored b y I n t e r Group have full-time jobs, a n d rehearsals Hoffman, Miss F r a n k s , a n d M r . B l b «
f4"" J " J 3 7 0 ° j e c t "Benjamin F r a n k l i n , Patriot
Council, h a s announced t h a t t h e must be slipped i n between h o m e - Chase added t o a fine suporting S m i t h
1400 lBOU
a n d state6man."
1300
study t o determine t h e extent of work assignments, tests, a n d class cast.
Thompson
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F r o m t h e c o n t e s t a n t s , o n e will
500 500 500
social tension i n this a r e a h a s preparations. T h e enjoyment felt
As t r a d i t i o n h a s It, t h e costumes Blanks .....
be chosen to compete in t h e local
,
"
by t h e audience was i n seeing their for t h e o p e r e t t a were extremely
44500 44600 44500 a r e a college contest o n April 21, u n commenced.
classmates a c t out c h a r a c t e r s with pleasing, m a k i n g up for t h e less Total
der t h e sponsorship of t h e Times
S t u d e n t s a r e now g a t h e r i n g i n - personalities far from t h e i r own.
attractive sets. T h e stage pictures,
3A
4
5 Union, t o be held a t t h e Albany
formation by interviewing priests,
*» personally, t h o u g h t t h e best a n d t h e movements, although n o t D u n n
9622 9829 10631 Law School
auditorium.
Siena,
ministers, doctors, labor leaders a n d number, by far, was t h e "Bell T r i o " synchronized a l a Broadway, p r o - D u n n
rjurkee
2507 3011
Union R P I , S k i d m o r e a n d t h e Colpolicemen i n this locality of d i - H a n ' y M i l l s - bV t h e WW- doinS
t h e vided hilarity a n d color galore.
finest
lege of S t . Rose will each s e n d o n e
verse racialT hnea t territory
u r e a n d low
income
J ° b i n h i s P a S e H a l 1 career. the
Likeorchestra
t h e line ingets
t h e little
football
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residents.
covered
by
a t tsquad,
ention, ^ ^ .
representative t o t h i s contest. At
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the project i s r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of
but our little group performed n o - •
3906 4006 4307 this time, one of t h e six candidates
various nationalities such a s
bly, with t h e aid of Lucille S t . Lansky
6011 6313 6515 will be chosen t o t a k e p a r t i n t h e
Chinese, I n d i a n , Polish, French,
Priest, accompanist—not a line was McCabe
:
5023 5328 5928 E a s t e r n Zone C o n t e s t which Will be
Greek,
ureek, H
H uu nn gg aa rr ii aa nn a
an
nd
d Irish.
Irish. TThhee n
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I
II
missed u n d e r t h e balcony, incredi- puiver
11126 11126 11126 h e l l h ^ r e i n . A l b a n J \ , ,
W y !
Negro population, which comprises PrOVB
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w> <m« K W A U S J " S , i , n t ? r 6 S u t e d / ? * £ *
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fellow
Thespians,
let
us
in
up on the bulletin board i n t h e P.O.
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linually growing. T h e group, while
the
future
p
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c
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a
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calls
Blanks
500
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working, is a t t e m p t i n g to develope
recent addition to college c u r - without a procedure of dragging Loss
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effective technique of interview a n d Ocular throughout the country—the r e l u c t a n t directors a n d helpers on
flelcl
group contact.
course—has proven to be a stage to face t h e backs of a leaving Total
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useful tool for t h e Instruction of audience. T h e crowd was p l e a s e d I n t e r Group Council holds its college students in various a r e a s of let's ignore t h e rest, shall we? O. K.,
6
6A 7
meetings Tuesday, 3:30 p . m . i n learning, particularly in t h a t of s o - Luke?
Dunn
13232 11126 11126
Room 101. O n a l t e r n a t e weeks, cial relations. Some colleges a r e now
Lansky
6816 7592 10398
Three new m e m b e r s were i n i speakers from t h e Clinton Square using this program with t h e aim of
a r e a address t h e group. Mr. Clark aiding in t h e development of t o l - a n d workshop plans. O n e e::ample McCabe
6431 7024 10200 " a ^ J ^ J & P
J f ^ f ^ S
of t h e Neighborhood House, gave e r a n t a n d democratic a t t i t u d e s .
of the former could be illustrated P u , v e r
11126 11126 11126 %™ M o n d a y s m e e t o g Marvta
a n address on a "purposeful quota
T h e value of field trips for colsystem" March 9 a n d Mr. Kennell, i e g e classes h a s been long recog fered by Antioch College, Yellow „ , ,
.
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r „ „ „ „ i f_„,.„„„ii.„
tu„,
of t h e Booker T . Washington C e n - nized a n d „ M ^i i „ „„,.foi7, „•.„„"„ S
h e purposes of t h i s Blanks
1000 1601 1494 m a d e to t h e i ^ a n n u a l fraternity
s pprri innggs ,J ounmi o . T
xn
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ter, will speak on intra-racial con- like geology,' . geography,
eco>
T e o ^ n h hTo m
h eo V
^ course are to stud? four isolated I 61
The new members w h o were a d communities in regard to their po
1
liticaI
oe° given^by F r a i S ^ n o p t ' 5 ? ^ - e L s e S e S t e ^ ' n S - "
organizations, effects of t h e Total
44500 44500 44500 mitted into K a p p a B e t a a r e H o w
ard Alpert '49, Donald C o h n a n d
J u d i t h Oxenhandler a n d Esther u m e n t s a n d museums, a n d sociol- schools upon t h e people n a t u r a l
.
TreasurerGeorge Kline, F r e s h m e n .
Scofleld, ireshmen, members of t h e 0 gy students have gone for study a l ^ « ° c i a l n a b i t a t ' «? e . r differences
Sophomore^easurer.
128 x100
s t u d e n t research committee.
to the homes a n d places where dif- a n d t h e particular philosophies a n d
Philip Malafsky '50, i s General
Quota:
+ 1 = 6401
C h a i r m a n of t h e week-end activi» » „ . , ,
,
ferent races a n d minority groups i d e a l s o f e a c h community.
Q1
Th
ties t h a t include a semi-formal
At t h e last meeting, J o y Simon c o n g r e g a t e . i t is common practice in
e s e field trips m a y be local or
d a n c e on S a t u r d a y M a y 22 a n d a
'49 administered the personal incolleges, a s a p a r t of regu- large s c a l e - r a n g i n g from study of %™™e — ; ; 3 g
picnic on S u n d a y . G e r a l d Reisner
t e r - g r o u p autobiography study. B e - l a ] . c o u r s c , s f o r c ; a s s e s j n history community problems to foreign
6500
tllcI
fore you c a n 'feel o u t ' these racial *and
p ^ i y c a l * science "to
l a t t e i " °iitt W a , s h
'49, is chairman of t h e dance a n d
a , j d "political
t o visit "legislegis- sstudy.
y. I n " regard to t h e latter,
tensions i n a n y group o r area," ] n t i v e b o d i e s s f c n t e 0 o l l e g e f o l l o w s h a s been said t h a t foreign study
—
P a u l Klrsch '51, is c h a i r m a n of t h e
r0C£U
1Mm
picnic.
Miss Simon stated, "one must first n s i m i l n r p ] a n v i S iting of t h e state trips c a n be m a d e successful vehiknow
own prejudice."
T hh e. inir„«n, his
hie nnm
„,.„i»/nno •• T
m . l e g i s l a t u r e w h j l e l t . s i n session
D y cles for improving international r e tergroup history is merely an in- soVlaT7tudles"students." Here""they lationships," a n d " a step towards
formal record of one's encounter see American democracy in action, making people in Europe a n d o t h with such a problem.
er lands more familiar with AmeriThe purpose of the field course can youth a n d their democratic
Miss Mulligan announced t h a t is to familiarize t h e s t u d e n t s with ideals.
there a r e still many opening's for the problems a n d c h a r a c t e r of p e r T o earn college credits, these trips
those who would like t o help in sons with different backgrounds a n d must be supervised, a n d generally
this project a n d t h a t anyone who social levels. T h i s is accomplished by only tours sponsored by colleges
Is interested is qualified. No p r o - college sponsored i n t e r c u l t u r a l field nnd having a faculty member as
vious knowledge or experience in t r i p s a n c , b y combination field work conductor are recognized.
this field is required.
Sffi- Field Activities
KB Slates Dance,
Initiates Members
THE HIGH-SIGN
OF REFRESHMENT
Announce Spring Vacation
According to a n a n n o u n c e m e n t
from t h e Office of t h e Registrar,
a tentative date of April 17 h a s
been set for makeup examinations.
Those w h o have to take makeup
exams from first semester are r e quested to leave their names in
the Registrar's Office.
It was also announced t h a t second semester warnings will be distributed March 24.
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STATE C O L L I O I HEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH fO. 1048
STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
Dean Announces Honor Students Ensemble Group Roof Announces Quakers Offer
vey, Marjorie Hills, Jean L. Ho- To Sing Tuesday
Spring Dance
Summer Projects/
tricla Devlin, Marie V. Dickinson,
Catherine M. Donnelly, Mary Sue taling, Stuart Howell, David Jack,
Dunning, Eileen J. Evans, John Romaine Johnson, John King, Carl For T. B. Patients Van Derzee has scheduled a semi- Discussion Clubs
formal dance April 9, it was anFavreau, Rodney C. Felder, Richard Koechlin, Clarence Larson, Chrisf Continued from Page 1, Column k>
Foster, Charles Frail, Joseph Fran- tian Llevestro, Mary Lynch, Jean
The American Friends Service
The Choralettes, a special en- nounced , by Fred Root '48, House
cello, George H. Frank, Robert McNeil, Ruth A. Marschner, Vir- semble chosen from the Girl's President.
Committee, working in the United
French, Irene Galloway, Bernard ginia Mason, Ruth B. Matteson, Glee Club, will sing at the TuberStates, Mexico and Europe, offers
Gornbein, Helen M. 'Kabermann, Norma L. Miller, Edith Minch, Roy-, culosis Pavilion at the Albany hosLa Verne Cooley '50, Social chair- plans for volunteer work and study
Robert Hardt, Helen M. Hehnig, al Monroe, David Mooney, Martha pital Tuesday evening, March 23, man, has named the following com- projects each summer. These servPersis Hockbridge, Betty Hohen- Murphy, John O'Meara, George Os- at 7:30 p. m., under the direction
ice opportunities are sponsored by
mittee heads: Donald Herold '48,
stein, Marie Holz, Mary E. Horan,
of Karl A. B. Peterson, Instructor Decorations; Marvin Wayne '49, the Quakers in the belief that peace
born,
Joanne
Palmer,
Arthur
PedMary C, Iatauro, Jo Ann Joslin,
is more than the absence of war;
of Music.
Dorothy Keaveney, Virginia Kel- ley, Joan E. Peterson, Doris Price,
Music; John Lehr '51, Food; Ben- through co-operative study and
Opening
the
program
are
the
ler, Robert Klttrege, Robert Kloep- Louise Proctor, Rhoda Riber, Arnold Choraletts singing Schubert's "To jamin Santora '51, Clean-up.
work they attempt to solve some of
fel, Mary V. Krom, Marlon La Faro, Rice, Philip Rose, Helma Rosen- Music" and "Spirit Flower" by
the problems existing today.
Donald Langsley, Olive L'Heureux, bert, Theodore Sadowy, William Campbell-Tipton. Phyllis Wittpenn
At a constitutional convention
Such plans as peace caravans,
Angelina Lisi, Joyce McCollum, Ag- Schneider, Grace Seism, Grace See- '50, will perform the solos "Swing- meeting, at which Everson Kinn institutes of international relations,
nes Mclntyre,, Norman Madsen, ley, Judith Serebnik, Hope Shaugh- ing Vine" by Grosvenor and "Sum- '49, House Vice-President, presi- work camps, internatiolal service
Mary R. Manoni, Marie Markham, nessy, Shirley Sheets, Barbara mertime" by Gershwin. Mr. Peter- ded, a committee reported the ap- seminars, interneship and instituGeraldine Morris, Geraldtne Mul- Smith, Dorothy Smith, Vivian son, Baritone, will sing "Water Boy",
pointment of Russell Bailey '48, tional service units form their prolaney, Marjorie Munro, Anna Olin,
gram.
a
Negro
folk
song
and
"Without
A
June M. Olson, Emory Osborn, Law- Steele, Earline Thompson, Norene Song" by Youman. The Choraletts Marvin Wayne, Thomas Lisker and
Kearquarters of the American
Thorson,
Mabel
Totten,
Henry
Joseph
Francello,
Juniors
as
chairrence Ostrander, Beverly Page, Wilwill also present "Quiet" by San- men of the second, third and fourth Friends Service Committee are at
Traub,
Ethel
Trop,
Harold
Vaughn,
liam Pawluckie, June Peters, Ruth
20 South 12th Street, Philadelphia
derson, "Moon Marketing" by WeaPrice, Warren Reich, Daniel Rider, Ann Waino, Jane Walter, Shirley ver, "Begin the Beguine "by Cole floors, respectively.
7, Pennsylvania.
Fred Root, Ethel Rosenberg, Sam- Warner, Richard Watson, IrwinWax- Porter, "Vilia" by Lehar and "Three
uel Schallt, Jacob Schuhle, Marvin man, William Werner, Lynne White, Blind Mice" by Kropczynske.
Schwartz, Yvette Schwedock, Mar- Margaret Whitmore, Gifford WinMr. Peterson has also announced
BUYING AN EASTER PRESENT?
garet Seaman, Shirley Shapiro, Wil- gate, June Youmans, Peter You- that tryouts for soloists for the conliam Scheehan, Abraham Sherer, mans, Marion Zimmer.
certized version of Carmen, which
What could show your good taste bette* than a . . .
Joyce Simon, Helen Sins, Alice J.
will be given as the spring musical,
Smith,, Marjorie Smith, Bernadine Class of 1951
will be held Monday, April 5. AcPARKER " 5 1 " SET
Snyder, Audrey Steigerwald, Norma
Marilyn Louise Allen, Cecelia Bat- cording to Mr. Peterson, it is not
Swinger, Regina Taylor, Clifton tisti, Nancy Lou Beers, Laura Ber- necessary to be a member of the
Thorne, Marvin Wayne, Carolyn ger, Morris Berger, Anna M. operetta class to try out for a part.
Wood, Joseph Zanchelli.
Braasch ,Mary E. Cahill, Edgar C. Auditions will be open to the enDavis, Mary J. Eade, Elizabeth tire school.
COME IN AND SEE OUR FINE DISPLAY OF
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den, Anna Buno, June A. Caraher, Mary E. Macksey, Donald McDon- licity editor of Pedagogue, announthat pictures to be printed in
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OH 7<4e lienck Sayles Sweeps
PAULA TICHY
Final Play-Offs
In Basket Tilts
FRIDAY, MARCH 10, t 0 4 8
PAOI 8
Council Chooses Varsity Bowlers
Spring Captains; Bow To Siena
State's Varsity Bowlers dropped
Lists Delegates their
match with Sleha Wednesday
"Did your mother come from Ireland?"—well, why dosen't she go
back there . . . and take you with
to the tune of a 3-0 set-back. The
her ! . Seriously tho, hope all the
Sayles Hall captured the WAA
W. A. A. Council, meeting Tues- loss lowered the Statesmen into
"greenmen" had a happy St. Paddy's basketball trophy by defeating Phi
Rolling a combined total of 1174
Day and have recovered from the Delt, Gamma Kap and Pierce Hall day noon, made plans for the third place, as second place R.P.I,
in the final round of the intramur- Spring Season to begin immediately overcame Pharmacy, 2-1. in the pins, Charles Chase and Earl Snow
"spirits" of the day.
took top honors in men's handicap
al league. The three remaining after Easter vacation. Appointees other tilt, A.B.C. took Law, 2-1.
The State kelgers never could get doubles last Wednesday at the Rice
It seems that one of our star teams, by each winning one and to Swimming Camp and to Hockey
rollin? in Wednesday's fray, and Alleys. The winners edged out Jackathletes is also a star in another losing two, ended in a second place Camp were also named.
the Loudonvillers copped the match son and Dunn, who totaled 1140.
field. We were more than pleasantly tie.
with
a 2651 nin total. Witt of Siena Third place honors went to Sorensurprised at the operetta last weekSix sports will be conducted dur- hit' 236
On Saturday, March 13th Sayles
in the Anal game to finish son and Walsh.
end when we noticed one of the
ing the Spring season. Softball, with with a 600 high triple. The Varsity
Next Monday, intramurial bowlsailors in the "chorus" line doing took the first of their three vichis dance with a distinctive bas- tories: defeating Gamma Kap in a Eleanor Adams '50, and Edith Pat- will enjoy a brief respite before ing comes to an end with the mixed
ketball twist. It is- only fitting and close contest by the score of 20-18. erson '51, as Co-Captains, will take their all-important roll-off for lea- doubles event. Deadline for the
sign-up sheets, posted on the WAA
proper to ' award to Mr. Kenneth On the same morning Phi Delt de- place on the Dorm Field on Mon- gue honors on April 14.
State
1
2
3 To. and MA A buletin boards, is 4:30
George an "Oscar" along with his feated Pierce Hall: 18-11. In the day, Wednesday, and Friday after165 122 180 467 today. Anyone who did not bowl
Varsity letter . . . It is rumored Sayles-Gamma Kap tilt Hicks noons from 3:30 to 5. Tuesday and Dickinson
Caroseila
154
179 155 488 in the intramurals this y e a r can
that Arthur Murray is hunting for smashed through with 16 points.
Thursday will find WAA sporters
Farley
151 112
263 still roll Monday if they contact
talent, here's your chance, Kenny'
busy
in
the
Page
Hall
Gym
where
Tuesday, March 16th, Sayles took
Bortnick
132 156 143 431 Audrey Adolphson or Lyle Walsh.
their nine counters pacing the Par- Volleyball, captained by Elsa MoThe Ramblers and the Carpet167 161 f45 473
At one of the recent WAA meet- tridge Street six. In the second con- berg '49, will be held. Badminton, Mullin
Walsh
170 170 baggers have reached the "B"
ings, the Council voted to take test of the evening Gamma Kap
League finals in MAA Intermural
over the election of college cheer- took their lone victory of the round under Jean Hotaling '50, and Jean
Basketball.
The
Carpetbaggers
Sawyer
'51,
will
also
be
held
at
Totals
769
730
793
2292
leaders. This, however, has yet to with Cooper tossing in 16 of the 24
this time.
Siena '
1 2
3 To. downed the Sceeps 44 to 24 while
be passed by Student Association points against Phi Delt's 19.
Finn
173 196 180 549 the Ramblers outscored the Shambefore it can legally be added to the
30-18,
Fhi Delt met Sayles Hall on St. To Continue Fall Sports
Schemerhorn ... 141
141 rocks
WAA constitution. The matter is
First round results in the "A"
Many of the fall sports will be Lazzari
150 166 161 477 League
to be brought up in assembly today. Patrick's Day and fell a third vicas followes:
215 213 125 533 Finks 57,were
Voting on this amendment will take tim the 6"" forward as Hicks de- continued into the spring season. Frank
K.
D.
R. 21; Angels 32,
livered
22
out
of
Sayles
23
points
The Outing Club, with Lucy Lytle Witt
184 180 236 600 S. L. S. 30; Potter G3, Gents 38.
place on the first Friday after vafor the regulation game, and then '49, as captain, will continue its ServinO
159 192 351 Last Thursday, second round matcation.
.scored all nine in the overtime per- work as will Archery, under Marches were held with the Angels
Wednesday night saw the end of iod. Delt, by dint of Tilden's 14 tha Mason and Betty Winkler,
Totals
863 914 894 2651 playing the Finks and Potter facmanaged
to
stay
in
the
running
Juniors.
The
Tennis
tournament,
the current basketball season, as
ing KB.
the weak and weary players of the until the overtime session. Pierce begun in the fall season, will be M.A.A. Nominations April 5
foughl
into
the
second
place
-tie
completed with JoAnne Joslin '49,
Volleyball League Slated
il
four top teams unscrambled themBeginning Monday, April 5, and
selves. Sayles Hall, displaying a by taking Gamma Kap to the tune and Shirley McCuen '50, in charge.
MAA will sponsor a Volleyball
continuing through Friday, April 9, League from now until the long
strong offensive backed by team co- of 12-7.
Camp Appointees
nominations will be open for M.A.A, awaited arrival of softball. Deadoperation emerged victriious holdAll three teams in the second
WAA Council named Martha offices. Nominations may be made line for entry of teams is Monday,
ing the coveted golden trophy. This place tie waived play-offs.
Murphy '50, as State's delegate to by placing the name of the candi- March 22. Team rosters must nbt
is the first time since the trophy
Freshman Hicks of the Sayles swimming camp. As Hockey Camp date in a sealed envelope in the exceed 10 players and blanks may be
started on its rounds that a group
house will have its named engraved Hal! learn was high-scorer for the representatives, Jean Hotaling '50 M.A.A. mail box. The note must be obtained by contacting Charles
third round of play by putting 16, and Edith Paterson '51, were se- signed. Offices to be filled are: Hubbard '51, who has been appoinon the cup. Nice going Sayles.
and 31 points together for a lected. These appointees will attend president (candidate'must be class ted Manager. Play will start as
To continue in the same vein may 9,
national practice camps during the of '49); vice-president (class of '49 soon as possible and the gym will
we make a slight suggestion for grand tola! of 56.
summer and will direct activities or '50); financial secretary C50); be available at least two nights a
next year. The rules and set-up for
A round-up of the entire season's in these sports in the fall.
and secretary ('51).
week.
the tournament should be posted play found Gamma Kap tying
before the tourney begins and teams Sayles Hal! with a record of 13 The Council, in a meeting held
should at least know how many and 3. Phi Dell followed with 12 last week, voted in favor of a mogames they may have to play.
Sayles Hall with a record of 13 tion to place Student Association
That's all for this year, folksies. . . and 4, and Pierce, to conclude the Cheerleading under the direction of
last round teams, had a won and WAA. This motion will be introlost list of 11 and 5.
duced in Assembly this morning.
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RAY M c K I N L E Y ' S styling of the
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Try Camels! Learn for yourself why, with
smokers who have tried and compared,
Camels are the "choice of experience."
And here's another great retord—
/Wore peopk are W * u g
cms
ikiwer before,!
To the Spurts Editor:
Sportsmanship? Do girls at State
know the meaning of the word?
Well, by this time I'm beginning to
wonder. It all was made perfectly
obvious a few weeks ago when a
group of hens were squabbling over
a referee's decision. The fact that
the'referee was the moderator and
SHOULD have had the last word
never entered their minds. Pretty
Is too mild a word to describe this
situation which has become a regular occurence at Page. "Referees
are swell when they keep well.
"Let's not. let anything happen to the
few "good" ones we have left!",
quotes from "On The Bench," February 20, was a fine piece of satire.
"When a game ceases to be a sport,
it stinks."
Let's stop playing polities and
reveil some genuine sportsmanship.
At 11,is stage in the game I'm beginning to doubt that we have any.
More concentration on competence
•ind less on an attractive bulletin
board, more clean competition instead of cut-throat eliminations:
this accomplished we'll have u start.
Some consideration to several
proposed Ideas, such as (having
-lasses lor referees, .veiling up definale rules governing tournaments
which will avoid playing the same
Miree or four limes, we'll have the
iob hull' done. Either provide for
u more wholesome system In W. A.
•\. i l'?i or at least, if we do continue wilh ihe pre:.I'll! system, have
the decency to respect where il
is due,
Fannie Lougo Til.
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Winning four out of five events
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The Thursday night battle of the
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fContinued from Page i. Column 5)
t noon on Saint Patrick's Day.
To M A Students aThis
year the tradition will be re-
/liui Not*
The Inter-Collegiate Conference
will be held at State the week-end
of April 10, under the direction of
Robert Klttridge' '49. Anyone InThe University of North Carolina vived, ev*n though the party will
has announced a limited number of be held or. me ntght of the 19th terested In helping with the preparations for this conference may sign
graduate assistantships In the dorm- instead of the 17th.
itories open to qualified graduate
women. The assistantships are open
It is emphasized that tonight's
to women who hold a college degree dance is not a date party, accordand who present fitness for grad- ing to Brophy. All students' are invited, and there will be dancing to
uate work.
Each appointee will serve as a the vtatrola, as well as refreshdormitory counselor, assisting the ments and entertainment. Guests
head of residence in her services for will be expected to arrive suitably
for the welfare of individuals and attired In green.
the group. I n addition to her counseling duties, the dormitory assistant keeps student personnel records
supplementary to those in the office
of the Dean of Women and serves
as liaison between students and
University administration.
Experience In working with individuals and groups in college is a
prerequisite. Selection is based on
character, personality, college record, experience, recommendations
and professional objectives.
Application forms may be obtained
from Dean W W. Pierson, Graduate
School, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N, C. Applications
must be filed not later than May 15.
up in the Lounge Tuesday at 3:30 and whatever may be of interest to
p. m., according to an announce- the group.
ment made by Alice Williams '48. Student Board of Finance has
announced that those students who
Elmer Matthews, Director of the have requested refund of Infirmary
Teacher Placement Bureau, has a n - fee may receive their money from
nounced a meeting of all seniors 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in
and graduate students interested in Room 300A, Draper.
securing teaching positions Friday,
March 19, in Room 20 at 3:30 p.m. Request blanks may be obtained
At this time an attempt will be in the office of Dr. Edward L. Coomade to answer questions on place- per, Professor of Commerce. All rement, letters of application, ethics funds must be made before May 31.
Dr. Reno S. Knouse, Professor of
Merchandising; Dr. Edward L. Cooper, Professor of Commerce; Dr.
Chester J. Terrill and Harrison M.
Terwilliger, Assistant Professors of
Commerce, will attend the Eastern
Business Teachers Association Convention this week-end at the Benjamin Franklin Hotel in Philadelphia.
Paul G. Bulger, Coordinator of
Field Services and Public Relations,
spoke a t a meeting of the Black
River Schoolmasters Association at
Glenneld, N. Y. yesterday. The topic
of hu speech was "Things We Can
Do In High School To Help Students Get Along Better In College."
At this meeting Mr. Bulger showed
the film "Tomorrow's Teachers".
Dr. Ralph Beaver, Professor of
Mathematics; Dr, Charles Andrews,
Professor of Physics;
Dr, Harry
Hastings, Professor of English; Dr.
Charles Stokes, Professor of Music;
and Dr. Robert Rienow, Assistant
Professor of Political Science, attended a meeting of the Association
of Faculties of New York State
Teacher Colleges this week at Syracuse. The meeting was under the
leadership oi Dr. Herman Cooper,
Assistant Commissioner in charge of
Teacher Education and Certification
in New York State.
Randolph Gardner, Supervisor of
Mathematics, spoke to the Student
Council Groups of the Columbia
County Schools at Chatham, N. Y„
Wednesday. Mr. Gardner's topic was
"Student Council as a Means of Education for Citizenship."
Easterfi Bunny
To Visit Home
SMILES and Myskanla are sponsoring an Easter party at 3 p. m,
Sunday at the Albany Home for
Children. Whitney's "Mr. Easter
Bunny" will be featured as entertainer.
Wilma Diehl '48, director of the
party, announces that talent, wit
and an audience are needed. All
members, of Student Association are
invited to attend. Refreshments
will be served.
"Mr. Easter Bunny" has been donated by Whitney's department
store to act as entertainer, firut in
the small cottage for younger children and then In the program and
party for older youngsters. Charles
Miller '49 is in charge of entertainment for the event, and may be
contacted by any wishing to contribute.
H. F. HonikelftSon
Pharmacists
Established 1906
Phone 4-S80S6
157 Central Ave.
ALBANY, N, Y.
State College
2-444
ALBANY. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, -1948
'New Look" Seizes Commons Milne
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VOL. XXXII NO. 21
To
GlVe
Freyer Reveals
Night Club Plot
The women of State College are
not the only ones who have the
"new look" if Tony Prochilo will
pardon our running his terminoBig-4 Will Feature
logy "into the ground." The comSongs,
Comedy, Dance
mons has also acquired it.
Milne School will present a preOur question is "What happenIn Page Hall Tomorrow
Discussions, Speeches
ed to the beach chairs from which view of its annual Spring concert
Final rehearsals for "Bonanza,"
To Highlight Activities the material for the curtains was in Assembly this morning, under
the Sophomore Big-4, were held
taken?" All seriousness aside, we the direction of Dr. Roy York, Inthis week. The play, an original proThe Inter-Collegiate Conference think it was magnanimous of structor in Music. Cecelia Coleman
duction, written and directed by
of the State Teachers' Intercollegi- Dean Nelson to spend his Easter '48 will introduce a financial resoRobert Freyer, will be presented toate Association, under the direction vacation whipping them up so lution fiom Music Council and the
morrow evening in the Page Hall
of Robert Kittridge '49, will begin they would be here to herald our cheerleader motion introduced by
auditorium at 8:30 p. m.
Wilma Diehl '48 at the last Assemthis morning with registration in return.
bly meeting will be brought back
the Lounge and will last through
Rumor has it, Mr. Verrey of the on the floor. To provide seats for
The cast is headed by Phyllis
Sunday. Chief activities of the conWitt Penn, Arnold Rice, Earle Jones.
ference will be various discussion State College Co-op has noticed the delegates from the Incra-Co3Anthony Prochilo and Rhoda Riber,
groups, while the chief speaker is a decided decrease in the sale of legiate Association Conference, a
All music is under the direction of
Social Commissioner Gilson of the cotton stockings. This may be at- number of women students will be
Audrey Koch.
New York State Education Depart- tributed to the new metal, non- excused from Assembly today only.
run chairs. We, the better threement.
Theme
Eleven state teachers' colleges are quarters of the college, thank Milne to Entertain
Cornelius Goode IV, played by
Students from Milne, appearing
registered for the conference; three Campus Commission for their
Arnold Rice, is a very wealthy man,
in formal dress in place of cosregular delegates are expected from foresight and understanding.
who is in love with Sharon Bartlett,
ROBERT FREYER
tumes, will perform varied musical
each, together with any unofficial
a night club singer, played by Phylpieces, including a few Fred Wardelegates who may desire to attend.
lis Witt Penn. Sharon defers his
inging arrangements and some barAll members of Student Association
proposal of marriage in order that
bershop harmony. The Milne choir,
are urged to attend discussion meetshe may have time to think it over.
the Milnettes, and a male quartet
ings, according to Alice Williams
As a slight inducement, Cowielius
will sing, together with a soloist,
'48, President of the Association.
gives Sharon the deed to a nite club
Joyce Ruso. The numbers include
Welcomes Delegates
which he has purchased. The growth
"The Lord's Prayer"; "Autumn,"
A welcoming speech will be given
of the club weaves through the main
from "A Lover's Calendar"; "The
by Alice Walsh '48, President of
plot. In the course of auditioning,
Night Is Young"; "Way Down YonStudent Association, at the luncheon
Sharon meets, and succumbs to the
der in the Cornfield"; "Dry Bones";
meeting Friday, after which the
charms of Marc Peters, played by
Donald Langsley '49 was chosen and the "Battle Hymn of the Reopening meeting will be held, disMr. Elmer Matthews, Director of Anthony Prochilo. Cornelius unexpublic."
from
the
three
contestants
comcussing student government and the
the Teacher Placement Bureau, has pectedly arrives in the middle of a
peting in the oratorical contest
constitution of the Association. Two sponsored
released the names of the Seniors love scene between them and beby
the
State
College
Excuse
Students
other meetings will be held simul- NEWS, Wednesday, April 7. This
who have received teaching posi- comes enraged. Whereupon, he withStudents excused from Assembly tions through the Bureau to date.
taneously on inter-collegiate sports contest, which was in conjunction
draws his financial backing and
and press conferences, since it has with the Albany Times Union and are: Senior women, center, main
leaves Sharon holding the proverThe
students
who
have
obtained
floor—Row
C,
seats
101-110;
Row
been decided that more will be ac- the Hearst Newspapers Oratorical
bial "bag" right before opening
positions
are:
Samuel
Dickson,
D,
seats
101-110;
Row
E,
seats
101complished if the conference is Contest, was based on the subject
night.
broken up into smaller groups with "Benjamin Franklin, Patriot and 111. Junior women, right, main Mathematics - Science, Hartford;
floor—Row C, seats 2-18; Row D, Harold Baden, Science, Cornwall;
a sum-up meeting afterwards. Sup- Statesman."
The show is pervaded with sevenseats 2-20.
Raymond McNamara, State Educaper will be at the Boulevard Cafetion Research Department; Richard teen musical numbers—rhythmical,
Mary Odak '49 was chosen as an
teria, after which the delegates will
Tickets lor the Milne Spring Con- Beach, Science, Caledonia; Kath- melodious and comic songs.
return to the Lounge to hear Com- alternate to the local area college
missioner Gilsou's speech. A small contest that Langsley will now at- cert, Thursday and Friday, will be leen Bell, Commerce, Westport; Vir- Seating Plan
reception will be given at Sayles tend. The points awarded by the sold at a booth outside the Com- ginia Dowd, English-Social Studies,
According to Mr. Freyer, there
judges constituted a tie. Conse- mons starting Monday. Admission Cobleskill; Evelyn Jamieson, Comhall tonight.
quently, the NEWS board was asked is $.60 for State students, $1 for merce, Schenevees; Jane O'Brien, will be no rushing for seats. EverySchedule Movies
adults.
English, Schenevees; Donald Say- one wilL be required to remain at
Movies form the program for to- to render a decision.
les, Science-Mathematics, Wills- the head of the aisle until he is
The judges were Mrs. Jeanne C.
morrow morning, after breakfast at
boro; Edward Hoder, Mathematics- escorted to a seat by one of the
(Continued on Page 6, Column Si Cook and Graham Duncan, In- Schedule Time To Check Posters
Coaching, Schenevees; R o b e r t ushers. After 8:15 p. m., no seats
structors in English and Dr. Albert
Posters to be displayed at State Lynch, Science, Walton; Paula No- may be saved. Page Hall will be
C. Kldley, Assistant Professor of
College may now be approved dur- sal, Commerce, Tenafly, New Jersey; transformed into a theater and all
History.
Ruth Doran, Commerce, Moravia: those in attendance are asked to
The local area college contest ing the day at the Campus Com- Henry
Druschel, Social Studies, follow the requests of the ushers.
mission
desk,
located
In
the
southunder the sponsorship of the Times
Wellsvllle;
Elizabeth Woods, Ele- The overture will begin at 8:30 p.m.
east
corner
of
the
Commons
in
back
Union will be held at the Albany
mentary grades, Goshen; Marie
Law School auditorium on April 21. of the vie.trola.
(Continued on Page i, Column I,)
Bennett, English, Fultonvllle; MarSiena, Union, B. P. I., Skidmore
The Commission plans to have at garet Grossbeck, Science, Worand the College of St. Rose will least one member on duty during chester; Doris Haithwaite, Junior
each send one representative to school hours to approve posters.
High, Newfiekl; Charles Behanski,
Events planned by religious clubs this contest. At this time, one of the
Social Studies, Chatham; Henry
SCA, I/FA and Hlllel for the near six candidates will be chosen to take
Ruback,
Mathematics,
Chester;
future include a Student Christian part in the Eastern Zone contest Mullin Announces Meeting
Helen Hennig, Mathematics-Sciwhich
will
be
held
here
in
Albany.
Movement dinner and a Council
According to an announcement ence, Chatham: June Petri Junior
meeting; church visitations sponA prize of $5.00 was awarded by from Francis Mullin '48, there will High English, Science; Shirley King,
sored by SCA and Hlllel; and a the NEWS Board to Langsley. The be an important Senior class meet- Junior High Social Studies, Bingmeeting of the campus organization Albany Times Union is offering ing, Friday, 3:30 p.m. in Room 20 hamton; Ida Ambroski, Mathema"Gay Venice" will be moved to
of Inter Zionist Federation of Am- three prizes in savings bonds of to discuss Big-4 plans. Seniors must tics, Biology, Altamont; Evelyn
erica.
one hundred, fifty dollars,, one hun- also sign up for caps and gowns Crabtree, Commerce, Adams; Cece- Van Derzee Hall for the annual
semi-formal dance which is to be
The banquet of the capital dis- dred and fifty dollars.
by April 15.
lia Coleman, English, Chester.
held tonight at 9:0 p.m. for memtrict of SCA Will be held April 17,
bers of the house and their guests.
at 5 p. m. in the First Presbyterian
Church, Troy. The program for the Hint Orchids, Jungle, Roller Skates In "Spring
Rhapsody";
To carry out the theme of the
evening will begin with registration
Venice of yester-year, the ballroom
from 5-0 p. in. Dinner will begin Song Hits, Comedy, Sky High Publicity Promised By Frosh
will be centered by a large sparkling
ill 6:00. At 7:00 a student panel
chandelier of flowers and glitterI ush orchids, a hot jungle .set- a froshi says that "Spring fever was overheard about "Spring Rhap- ing gold, supplemented by gondolas
will speak; at 7:'J0 a speaker will be
presented; and after 8:30, movies ting, romance galore then a swift never like this." Esquire says, "Girls, sody." - "Whole frosh class expects drifting on the Grand Canal which
change of scene. Now childish voices girls, and more girls." Vogue says, to participate." —"A cast of thou- will be arched by bridges of Veneand dancing will be offered.
resound from I he roller skating "Spring Rhapsody is newer than sands." —"Extras In the cast from tian styling.
Speakers
Speaker at I he banquet will be court, and bright green beanies the 'new look.' and longer yet; It Yale, Princeton, Vassal', UCLA."
La Verne Cooley '50 is general
Dr. Morris S. Lazuroii M.A., Lift. D., splash I he scene .. .. clues, we hope won't drag."
-"The freshmen have decided to
Rabbi Emeritus of the Baltimore spalsh the scene . . . clues, we hope
If the foregoing comments have waive the customary formal wear chairman of the dance. Other comtrash Big-4 production Mud little actual lifhl on the plot on opening night due to the ex- mittee chairmen include: DecoraCongregation. He is a prominent coining
(Which comes two weeks after the of "Spring Rhapsody", flint's the pected press of a crowd of thou- tions, Donald Harold '48; Refreshworker in lnferfaith activities.
ments, John Lehr '51; Music, Maras we were way the frosh want it
Reservations at $1.50 each may Sophomore Hig-4i
sands!"
vin Wayne '49,
be made by all friends and mem- saying, the frosh Ulg-4 will really
They're willlui. to ...iy plenty uReceived
a letter from Dr.
bers ol the Student Christian Move- be something I
bout the publicity that can be exMusic will be furnished by the
Astounding! Overwhelming! It'll pected come next Monday or so. Stanley Livingston in the heart of
ment of N. Y. S. For reservations
rumors Publicity will put the show sky Africa to the Stale College News— Melody Makers, an all-girl orchesstudents should contact Barbara be stupendous! Modest
(plantedi from modest freshmen. high." Also, "This will be n musical "1 have heard rumors by tom-tom tra which has boen engaged for
Houck '40 by this afternoon
Other calm freshmen statements comedy with emphasis on costume about a freshman play called the evening.
Council Meeting'
A Student Christian Movement Include: "The frosh Big-4 will and setting." And, "Two sensational 'Spring Rhapsody.' What is it?
Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Andrews,
Council meeting will be held at overwhelm you! It's a hit " "It's new musical lilts have been written
Well, the news has spread, but Mr. and Mrs, Arthur P. Jones und
Lisle, N. Y., April 23, 24 and 25. equal to a DeMllle production." for the show."
the secret Is still safe. Come and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Verrey
(Continued on Paae If, Column 3) Life magoisine uigain according to Some freshmen understatements see for yourself, Dr. Livingston.
will act as chaperones.
Concert Preview
During Assembly
Langsley Wins
Contest Primary;
Odak, Alternate
BOSTON BRAVI'S
SOPHOMORE
Sophs To Stage All-Star Production Bonanza /
Rice, Witt Penn Have Leading Roles In Musical
Open Conference
Today A t State
Under Kittredge
faculty tf-ootHotei-
Buy a new "College Special"
Round Trip ticket when you get
home. It's made-to-measure for
college men and women and
teachers who need longer roundtrip privileges. Use it for your
Spring trip back to college , . .
and for going home after exams.
"College Special" tickets are on
sale from now until March 31st.*
Ask any ticket agent or Railroad
Representative about ticket costs,
rt uii limits, stopover privileges.
^4;^
FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1948
Matthews Lists
Seniors Placed
Through Bureau
Cooley Schedules
Venetian Dance
A t Van Derzee
S
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