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Future Agenda
Includes Party
T r y o u t s for m e m b e r s h i p on t h e
P r e s s B u r e a u B o a r d a r e urged t o
a t t e n d t h e n e x t m e e t i n g of t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n on T h u r s d a y , according
t o H e l m u t h Schultz '51, Assistant D i rector. F u t u r e p l a n s for t h e B u r e a u
include a g e t - a c q u a i n t e d p a r t y for
all new s t u d e n t s as a p a r t of their
public relations p r o g r a m .
M e m b e r s h i p is open t o Sophom o r e s a n d freshmen. T r y o u t s are
Judged on ability, interest, a n d t h e
a m o u n t of work done for t h e o r g a n ization. T h e new m e m b e r s will be
a n n o u n c e d on Movlng-Up Day.
Press Bureau is in c h a r g e of directing t h e prospective freshmen
about t h e school w h e n they come
for interviews, as well as publicizing
school affairs i n local a n d h o m e town newspapers.
S t u d e n t s who wish to correct or
m a k e additions to their Press B u r e a u cards are asked to fill out t h e
form a t t a c h e d to the Press Bureau
bulletin board a n d drop it in t h e
Press B u r e a u mailbox in lower
Draper.
Incoming- s t u d e n t s a n d
freshmen who did n o t have a n
o r i e n t a t i o n seat last semester a r e
also asked to fill in blanks so t h e
files will be complete as soon a s
possible.
FRIDAY. F E B R U A R Y 2 4 ,
Students Proctor Exams, Broadcast Race Results, Take Ads
As Part-Time Employment Bureau Places State Job Seekers
m e n live but feels t h e newspaper
By M A R I L Y N R A P P
Do you need a job? If you do, isn't t h e p r o p e r place for these p a r why n o t s u b m i t your n a m e a n d ticular facts.
qualifications t o Mrs. A n n e t t e P .
K e n O r n e r received a position as
Malseed, who is in charge of t h e a W a t e r f r o n t Director a t C a m p
student's employment bureau a t Wakpomlnee, a Boy Scout s u m m e r
S t a t e . You never can tell w h a t c a m p a t Glens Falls. Before a t t e n d might h a p p e n . T h e employment bu- ing t h e camp, Ken was sent to t h e
reau h a s helped m a n y s t u d e n t s t o N a t i o n a l Aquatic School for W a t e r obtain jobs which not only have front Directors a t M e n d a h a m , N. J.,
raised their financial s t a t u s but where he was t a u g h t t o i n s t r u c t
which h a v e also presented t h e m swimming, lifesaving, '.rowing, a n d
with unusual, entertaining,
a n d canoeing. At t h e camp, K e n a n d his
beneficial experiences.
a s s i s t a n t were i n charge of 294 boys
Bill Lyons h a s obtained t h r e e d u r i n g t h e 6-week season. Also, K e n ,
jobs t h r o u g h t h e bureau. He h a s like o t h e r S t a t e students, h a s done
done proctoring a t n i g h t e x a m i n a - house to house survey work in t h e
tions a t Russell Sage a n d h a s done Capitol district area a n d h a s p u t
proctoring a t psychology e x a m i n a - up s t o r m windows, shoveled snow,
tions a t Albany High for Russell a n d washed windows.
Sage. Also, he h a s tutored in plane
T h r o u g h t h e bureau, S e r v e r i n a
geometry, a s t u d e n t , who was a t - Zawistowski obtained a job as a n
tending St. Rose College in the eve- ad t a k e r with t h e classified d e p a r t nings. At present, Bill is taking care m e n t of the Times Union. Severina
of a cottage a t 303 Western Avenue, works fourteen hours a week. Sevwhich is a dormitory for freshman e r i n a meets some very interesting
girls. Bill does such odd jobs as t a k - people over the telephone, such as a
ing care of t h e fire, throwing out lady who calls up every S a t u r d a y to
trash, changing fuses, and taking put a n ad in the paper for homes
calls. Since Bill was also a house for dogs a n d cats which she h a s
boy a t a girl's dormitory in his found t h r o u g h o u t the week.
freshman year, he s t a t e s he h a s
J a m e s Hawley worked a t t h e beformed a few theories on how wog i n n i n g of t h e college year for
Juniors To Fill Activicy Sheets
before March 6, Says Adams
Activities sheets will be passed out
to Juniors in Ed. 23 Wednesday.
O t h e r s who are eligible m a y pick
u p forms in t h e C o m m o n s a t the
absentee voting table on March 2
a n d 3. F o r m s should be returned
to Eleanor Adams '50, via Myskania
mailbox not later t h a n Monday,
M a r c h 6, a t 4:30 p . m .
Today t h e financial motion g r a n t ing D e b a t e Council a d d i t i o n a l funds,
will be b r o u g h t before t h e assembly for discussion. E d w i n K u r l a n d e r
'51, P r e s i d e n t of t h e Council, h a s
released t h e following statistics on
the budget this year.
T h e g r o u p h a s a b a l a n c e of $5.21
from their budget for this year,
which was $355. T h e y a r e requesting a n additional sum of $250 . A
larger budget will enable t h e m t o
represent S t a t e College a t t h e R e gional a n d p e r h a p s N a t i o n a l t o u r naments.
T h e expenditures u p to this time
include: Trips, $279.50; Keys, $30.50;
Pedagogue, $25; S t a t i o n a r y
and
Postage, $5; Equipment, $7.50; P u b licity, $2.29. A total of $349.79 h a s
resulted.
The C h a m p l a i n
and
Brooklyn
T o u r n a m e n t s this year will cost $175,
and the debates scheduled with Cornell University. New York University, Yeshiva University, a n d others
require a n expense of $25.
A sum of $50 is needed for reserve, which will be r e t u r n e d to colleges t o whom the Council owes
money from past debates. Therefore
a grand total of $250 is requested.
A L B A N Y . N E W YORK.
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At NORTHWESTERN and Colleges
awl Universities throughout
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Candleliqht Ceremonies
over the doorway
weekend
got intoformiltheswing
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too, us plans
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should we say into full "blow ?)
"Ihiy your ticket, buy your
ticket," growled t h e dragon on
the ticket booth, as fire s t r e a m «'d forth from his nostrils.
"'"•" /felting cross-eyed over
>•<>"!• f»<'i%." m u r m u r e d Harvey
Milk, us he gazed up from the
drinking fountain into t h e con-
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T h e various sororities on campus
l,,,l(l Lb,,),, pledge night services
Tuesday night, at which time new
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If
Assembly
Council 'meeting
held Wednesday evening-, the agenda Tor the assembly was planned,
j.iiir Proceeds were dislnc sllUc
cussed and a representative to the
Eastern
States
Association w a s
chosen. T h e Student Council Bucl,,,,, W l l s considered and suggestions
W ( T l , l l l i l ( l ( , l ( „. nnlucin K it bv varlnus members or the Council.
A Vt
t the S t u d e n t
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J o s e p h Purdy, General C h a i r m a n
of the J u n i o r Prom and the J u n i o r
Weekend, h a s released the J u n i o r
calendar for the weekend.
T h e c a l e n d a r will include the
Prom tonight, a t h e a t e r party, a
basketball game and a vie p a r t y tomorrow night.
T h e J u n i o r Prom, to be held tonight at the Aurania Club, will help
put the Junior Weekend m full
swing. Dancing will be from 10 p . m .
to 2 a. m., to the music of Steve A n thony and his fourteen piece orchestra .
To Choose Queen
T h e class ol '51 will vote in a s sembly today for the new J u n i o r
From Queen. Those candidates r u n ning lor J u n i o r Prom Queen a r e :
Lenore Corcoran. Sniiiey Haswell,
Virginia Norton. Pauline R e i m e n thal and J e a n e t t e Zelanis.
T h e winning candidate, the girl
receiving the most, votes for being
the prettiest in her class, will wear
the crown tonight, and the other
four candidates will be in t h e
queen's court. Marjorie Southwick
Thurlow will crown the new queen,
as on the stroke of midnight the
orchestra announces her e n t r a n c e
wiih the tune, "A Pretty Girl Is
I ike a Melody."
Tl
" ' assembly program contains
a continued discission on the Fresli' » i l " Handbook, and the election ol
ln
<' various student positions.
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Replacement elections to Student
S i i III
Council will be held. T h e r e are to
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be one member of the Senior Class
I'si (Minima P l e d g e s 111
and one member from the Ireshman
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class i lecled to that oiv.mi/.ation.
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Candidates lor the various posi| | , , , . ,,
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to Student
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Karline Thompson;
Senioi
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I'l'csiilent. Harold Vau.ihn; Fresh
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Potter Club came out on top ill U l ° t l l e m e 0 l t n e P l '°»n i-s to be a
,,,i i; v , issi-Hi.r. in in K:i|ii.ui, i.u.i Hell, according it) Edwin K u r l a n d e r
h a l e r i u t v pledging last week se- A ] i l l ' ( l 1 Gran scene. A special back'
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Professor of Due to I he heav\ schedule of
Council. Kappa Delta Rho will
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pariv 1 ; ' ' ' pledged eight men yesterday, Kulilkin; Tickets, Rita Bissonette;
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i has been the custom ol the according to Helmuth S / h u l t z Til, future pledges are as follows:
Those s t u d e n t s wishing to procure
11 .Meruit ic, on campus to e n t e r t a i n Assistant Director ol Press Bureau
i '•••ii'iiM, bids may do so until 4:1)0 p . m . toKMM', P
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in l n r q u , / , I In o i i c h o i i l I lie " i n
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on May 12
lie N e i l s ,11 Ml
p. line i Hiiinlhuilie deciiius h, he |_ 111 e n t h a I W i l l UlSCUSS
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ing the Prom.
The backstage workshop was
a-bu/./.ing awav a s it put a
gcod share of its time and rffort into making t h e decorations
for tonight's Aurania Club spree.
\ credit line is also due to
I,cis I'icscott, Mitch Rurkmvski,
and Paul Biichman for their
nameless contributions to tin*
weekend's plans.
That's it kids—(be prom's only
a ci uple of hours away—it looks
, Stale Debates
Cornell Squad
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F r a t e r n i t y Jewelers
J E W E L R Y G I F T S , FAVORS
BADGES,
STEINS,
RINGS
CLUB PINS,
KEYS
STATIONERY,
PROGRAMS
MEDALS
TROI'IIIES
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Junior Prom Credits, Ideas
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Festival Activities
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S T O COME O U T
Mardi Gras Theme Will Highlight 1951's Prom;
Calendar To Feature Theater, Vic Parties, Game
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working h o u r s w e r e from 6 p . m . to
11:30 p . m . P'rom 9 p . m . to 10 p.m.,
h e helped to m a k e u p t h e music
schedule for a s y m p h o n y hour. At
10:30 p . m . h e h a s a sponsored newscast p r o g r a m for which h e assembled the news himself, editing it and
presenting i t i n t h e m a n n e r he
wished. Some days a t 6:30 p . m . he
announced t h e race results, a job
which h e sometimes mixed u p since
J i m claims he w a s n ' t familiar with
i n t e r p r e t i n g race results.
T h e r e jobs are samples of t h e type
of positions t h a t m a y be obtained
t h r o u g h t h e e m p l o y m e n t bureau.
They prove t h a t s t u d e n t s will do
most a n y t h i n g to work their way
through college.
Debate Council
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State To Play Host
To French Teachers
S t a t e College will act as host a t
t h e spring meeting of the Hudson
Valley C h a p t e r of t h e American
Association of T e a c h e r s of F r e n c h
which will be held M a r c h 4 a t Van
Derzee Hall, according to Dr. M.
A n n e t t e Dobbin, Assistant Professor of F r e n c h . T h e meeting will be
a t t e n d e d by F r e n c h t e a c h e r s in the
region.
A luncheon will be held a t 12:30
p. m . and the program will begin at
2 p. m. Dr. Dobbin Is in charge of
a r r a n g e m e n t s . Mademoiselle P.ladeleine M a u r l a c , Visiting Professor of
R o m a n c e Languages a t Wells College, Aurora, New York, will speak
on Francois Maurlac, t h e M a n a n d
t h e Writer. Another speaker will be
Roy Mosher, Supervisor of Foreign
L a n g u a g e s of the S t a t e Education
D e p a r t m e n t , who will also give oral
e x a m i n a t i o n s to those instructors
w h o wish to take them.
Seniors a n d G r a d u a t e s t u d e n t s
who are interested in the meeting
are invited to a t t e n d the p r o g r a m
a t 2 p.m., according to Dr. Dobbin.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1950
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FRIDAY, MARCH 3
3:30 p.m. F r e n c h Club meeting in Lounge
3:30 p.m. G. E. Tour sponsored by Science Club from
the Knolls, Schenectady
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p.m. J u n i o r Prom at Aurania Club
, By EADE a n d SCHULTZE .
.By JACKIE MANN.
Awh, don't go 'way. Come s l u m m i n g with me—down to t h e Commons. We'll dive t h r o u g h t h e b u b bles, look in t h e m a i l box, (here I
am, 2 years old, a n d I still c a n ' t
tell t h e difference between a mail
box a n d a female box), t h e n we'll
R a b b l e - r o u s i n g is a n o t h e r w o n d e r f u l t h i n g . Y o u climb down t h e I n d i a n Ladder a n d
c a n h a v e m o r e fun! Y o u c a n s a y s o m e a w f u l l y have a cigarette. Look around. We'll
silly t h i n g a n d e v e r y o n e c a n h a v e a n i n t e r e s t i n g go cross-eyed together watching the
t i m e . Y o u c a n c r e a t e a lot of e n t h u s i a s m a n d ex- p i n g - p o n g game. Whoops, there goes
a ball like a bullet, s m a s h i n g through
citement.
a girl's forehead. J u s t think, she
C r i t i c i s m is t h e n a t u r a l o u t g r o w t h of t h e s e ex- wasn't even eating beans. Over in
this corner, dressed in purple trunks,
t r e m e s a n d it s h o u l d be r i g h t l y so, if t h e a i m of are the intelligentsia. They are the
t h i s c r i t i c i s m l e a d s to c o n s t r u c t i v e n e s s . W e will ones who sit on t h e edge of desks
t a k e t h e s u b j e c t of a s s e m b l i e s t o base c o m m e n t a r y a n d discuss t h e B a l k a n crisis or
on, n o t b e c a u s e w e feel it is an o u t s t a n d i n g e x a m p l e something. Let's listen in on their
conversation.
b u t m e r e l y b e c a u s e it is a t y p i c a l o n e .
"A dime for a cup 'a coffee, gee,
E v e r since September the perpetual question
w h a t z a Boul comin' t u h ? " And t h a t
a r o u n d school h a s b e e n , " W h e n a r e we going to solves t h e i n t e r n a t i o n a l situation.
h a v e s o m e e x c i t e m e n t in a s s e m b l y ? " F o r a n e n t i r e Now over in this corner, weighing
s e m e s t e r , a l m o s t e v e r y u p p e r c l a s s m a n h a s b e e n 280, we have a n entirely different
looking b a c k t o t h e " g o o d old d a y s " w h e n t h i n g s kind of gathering, " T h a t ' s my trick,
Keep your dirty m e a t hooks off t h e m
really h a p p e n e d . And y e t all t h a t c a m e as a r e - c a r d s ! " T h e offender pulls back his
s u l t of this r e m i n i s c e n c e was m o r e t a l k — t a l k t h a t mangled s t u m p a n d cries, " J u s t call
p r o d u c e d n o definite effects. Very few people q u e s - me Lefty!"
Continuing our j a u n t around the
t i o n e d a n y of t h e m o t i o n s p l a c e d before t h e a s room, we see a n interesting sight. A
s e m b l y . V e r y few p e o p l e c a r e d a b o u t t h e m . B u t pair of h o r n - r i m m e d glasses h a s its
a lot of p e o p l e did a lot of t a l k i n g .
nose elevated in t h e air a n d seems
T h e b r e a k c a m e last week. N o one can d e n y t h a t to have gone into a trance. "Nox
e r a t et placidum c a r p e b a n t fessa
t h e e n t i r e b o d y s a t u p a n d g a v e the discussion its soporum corpore per terras . . . "
fullest a t t e n t i o n . N o o n e can d e n y t h a t t h e t e n - Pulling our togas around our should e n c y to l e t h a r g y was d e s t r o y e d . P a r t i c i p a t i o n in- ders we spy a n o t h e r Timid Soul,
c r e a s e d a n d definite q u e s t i o n s were raised. Still "Me gusta la bonita m u e h a c h a . Me
gustaba la bonita m u e h a c h a .
Me
t h e t h o u g h t a r i s e s — i s this the t y p e of e x c i t e m e n t gusta la bonita . . . "These poor
we w a n t ? Is t h i s t h e t y p e of p a r t i c i p a t i o n t h a t cre- s t u d e n t s are suffering from a coma t e s a m o r e efficient o r g a n i z a t i o n a n d p r o v i d e s for raon disease. T h e primary symptoms seem to be the inability to
a g r o w i n g s p i r i t of c o o p e r a t i v e n e s s ?
climb stairs. It's really very easy.
W e t h i n k n o t . W e t h i n k t h a t when it comes to
All you have do is throw a loaf of
p r o v i d i n g e n t e r t a i n m e n t for t h e s t u d e n t b o d y , t h e bread to the dragon and he'll let
b u s i n e s s m e e t i n g s a r e n o t the t i m e nor p l a c e . W e you pass up the marble staircase. I
t h i n k t h a t p e t t i n e s s w a s t h e t h e m e of last w e e k ' s w a n t to submit a petition to the
Benevolent S t u d e n t Body. Let there
s h o w i n g of " s p i r i t " a n d t h a t t h e i n t e r e s t a r o u s e d be a .sign placed over the door to
w a s a n i n t e r e s t in p e r s o n a l i t i e s r a t h e r t h a n in t h e the Commons r e a d i n g : "Those persons are hereby prohibited who are
m o t i o n on t h e floor.
in any wise, way, m a n n e r or dispoW h a t we a r e t r y i n g to say is t h i s : p a r t i c i p a t i o n , sition inclined to t h e asquiring of
i n t e r e s t a n d t h e desire to i m p r o v e m u s t s t e m from erudition." In other words, BEAT
a g e n u i n e i n t e r e s t a n d a g e n u i n e willingness on t h e I T ! !
Having perused the Passing Pap a r t of t h e s t u d e n t b o d y . T h e s e c a n n o t be forced
by a d i s p l a y of r a b b l e - r o u s i n g , a n y m o r e t h a n t h e y rade, we at last yield to the desires
of the flesh and take out a cigarette.
w e r e e x h i b i t e d by the former c o m p l a c e n c y .
W e do not wish to e n t i r e l y c o n d e m n e i t h e r of
these a t t i t u d e s but we d o feel t h e y should be m o l d ed i n t o a m o r e " m i d d l e - o f - t h e - w a y " p r o g r a m . W e
would like to see t h e a s s e m b l i e s b r o u g h t u p to a
p o i n t w h e r e t h e y a r e w o r t h y of the time s p e n t by
t h e several h u n d r e d s t u d e n t s who are forced to
sit in on t h e p r o c e e d i n g s .
Debate Council received an apW h a t we need is criticism a n d action -criticism
propriation of $250 from
Student
t h a t is valid a n d a c t i o n t h a t a c c o m p l i s h e s a p u r - Surplus to carry on t h e
remainder
pose. W e c a n n o t expect our leaders to a c c o m p l i s h of the debates scheduled for this
m i r a c l e s in e v e r y i n s t a n c e or in every s i t u a t i o n . W e semester.
A motion was made by Evelyn
c a n e x p e c t efficient g o v e r n m e n t , however, if we
Wolfe '51 to print soft-covered staple
work w i t h , a n d not a g a i n s t , those leaders. T h i s does
variety handbooks for the entire
not m e a n t h a t we shouldl sit back a n d accept ev- student body. Debate was postponed,
Myskania challenged the freshe r y t h i n g t h a t is h a n d e d to us, bill it does m e a n
t h a t we s h o u l d criticize wisely and discuss intelli- men girls to a basketball game.
T h e Sophomore class challenged
g e n t l y . In this way, p e r h a p s , we will reach the
the freshman class to a debate to lie
p o i n t of a r o u s i n g s t u d e n t interest w i t h o u t a r o u s i n g held in assembly March 10 on the
subject "Resolved: T h a t the Eskistudent ridicule.
moes should be provided with furlined bath tubs."
Let us be serious for a m o m e n t ,
Not t h a t I w a n t to cast aspirations,
but w h a t ' s wrong with t h e C o m mons? Well in t h e first place it h a s
no swimming pool. T h i s was, no
doubt, a n oversight o n t h e p a r t of
the F o u n d i n g F a t h e r s a n d c a n be
easily remedied. Cut a hole in t h e
roof. T h e n there will be a rest for
our weary eyes when we go to the
Library. We can put seats around
the r i m a n d invite Billy
Rose's
"Aquacade" for Junior Week-end.
T h i n k of t h e prestige for dear old
NYSCT. We could rival Debate
Council. However in order to let in
the rain we'd have to cut a hole in
the roof of t h e Library. I have a
brilliant idea. Let's dispense with
the Library. Why, with all t h a t room
we
coulci e v e n h a v e a
tiddley-wink
court.
Now for the second thing t h a t ' s
wrong with t h e Commons. I realize
t h a t we h a v e h a d new furniture
lately. W h a t I advocate is more of it.
Now see t h a t girl over there? She's
just s p r u n g from her chair to get
a better look at the new transfer
s t u d e n t (the male who thrills her
to the very core of her Adam's ApPle> a n d discovered a run in her
stocking. Listen to her cry. I t sounds
like the
m a t i n g call of the moose,
(T
" e plural of louse is lice. Why
isn't the plural of moose, mice?)
Nonchalantly she walks to the door,
but inwardly her little h e a r t is
breaking. He h a d looked in her direction a n d had seen the run. Her
"fe is blighted. She gets a psychosis and c a n never teach. Would you
cl
° this to a dog? Heck no. W h a t
clog wears stockings? And as we
leave the lovely little town of Watero n - t h e - K n e e I have only this to say:
w h a t we need is more and better
mousetraps, er—uh—furniture.
Q&futaL Gamp.uA,
By PAT
BRADY
For those of you who saw and enjoyed the motion picture, "La T r a viata," which was recently shown
at the Colonial T h e a t r e , the following news will be of importance. The
Palace T h e a t e r has announced the
presentation of Verdi's romantic
opera on Tuesday night, April 4.
Due to the expected d e m a n d lor the
tickets, it seems well to call this to
your a t t e n t i o n now, so t h a t you may
make your reservations early.
"La T r a v i a t a " will be presented
by the Golden Jubilee San Carlo
Opera Company under the direction
of the company's founder, F o r t u n e
Gallo.
T h e role of Violetta will be sung
by Miss Lucia Evangelista, the beautil'ul young soprano who heads the
1950 edition of the opera company.
The male lead will be sung by David Poleri.
On a lighter vein—things aren't as
bad here as they could be. At Union
College in Schenectady, drastic coal
conservation measures have been
taken. President Carter Davidson
lias requested students to sleep with
their windows closed, and announced
that scheduled meetings may be held
"it the p a r t i c i p a n t s want to wear
heavier clothing."
The Common-Slater
is given the widest latitude as
author of this column, although
his viewpoints
do
not necessarily
reflect
those of the STATE COLLEGE
NEWS.
G etting
R eady for t h e
E legant J u n i o r Weekend which
Pro M ises to be one
L ive time for t h e
E n t I re school?
Do N 't forget your bids today or
S omebody m i g h t be u n h a p p y tonight.
One Mad I Qfustian
THE SUPREME T E S T . . .
In the search for knowledge is the evening walk
across the peristyle to the Library en Monday and
Wednesday nights in sub-zero weather. T h e U ,S.
version of a Norweigian snow bath, no doubt. Maybe
entrance to the inner s a n c t u m via the door in lower
Draper could be gained by a petition or somethin'.
Anyway, it's darned cold!
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN . . .
This issue of the Alumni Quarterly is of special importance to the grads of '48 and '49 who are here doing grad work or outside in the wide, wide world, also
all you students here at "dear old S t a t e . " Interesting
tid-bits of news of former classmates and job placements and news of c u r r e n t interest here at S t a l e are
included. Copies are in the Library, on the Richardson
bulletin board, in the P.O. and in Residence Halls.
You Sayles Hall people will be especially interested
in this month's cover. T a k e a look you never can lell
w h a t you'll find.
HOW COME . . .
T h e Commons isn't opened until 8:30 these days.
W h a t to do with C o m m u t e r s and 9:10'ers? iSeems
as though locked doors are the style these days. 1
A SUGGESTION (If we may be so bold) . . .
Why couldn't a certain day be set aside between semesters or at least during the first week of the second semester for the recording ol m a r k s by all those
who were involved in the process. In that way, we
could get our m a r k s in time to change courses if
necessary instead of finding out we have to take ;t
course over again a m o n t h after we've been in second semester's classes.
News files reveal t h a i early in September, 11)17, green beanies swarmed
ever the campus, laughed at Minnie and trotted gaily off to frosh camp
tii be indoctrinated Willi the mysteries of State.
The Green Gremlins were organized with .ferry Dunn as President
Rivalry began, a spirit of class unity developed and as we beat Myskania in relays nr lust lo the Blue .lays in ping-pong, our hopes rose and
fell. We bad our share of skits, athletic events and songs and by the
first M o v i n g - l p Day of our experience, we were really a class and were
beginning to lie noticed in Campus activities anil organizations.
Will Dun Ely as Soph proxy, we cupped Hie Campus Day cup and
swung into rivalry with sung and celebration. We lost rivalry in actuality but wmi il in spirit that left us proud to be Gremlins.
We lust seine of our green comrades along the way: Alice Gersb,
former treasurer, Greta Gladstone, toast of Ilig-I, Eleanor Guarino,
Elinor Butler, Dave Caiman, I'd Moriarity, J o h n Stevenson and others.
'51 has Its share of b e a u t y ; t h e r e have been Campus Night a t t e n d a n t s and ushers. We.
even h a d a n "Angel of '51" sponsored by t h e "Halo" from St. Mary's.
One of these young ladies will reign as Queen of the Mardi G r u s t o n i g h t : Lcnoro
Corcoran, J c a n e t t e Zelanls, Shirley Ilaswell, Pauline Reimcnthal, and Virginia Norton,
Moving-l p Day III showed us as new J u n i o r s in responsible positions as leaders on Campus. We attended conferences and welcomed oiusister class in the role of guides. Kill Engelliart and his cohorts are
still pushing ' j | on to bigger and better heights.
J U S T OUT OE C U R I O S I T Y . . .
We've kept our eye on the pencil s h a r p e n e r s in the
Commons and lower Draper. Both a n minus one
handle and consequently serve no purpose. Running
up to third floor Draper to sharpen a pcijcil can get
mighty tiresome sometime. How about il. Campie
Commission?
YOU TOO, CAN BE ONE OE THE LUCKY ONES . . .
To own a handbook every year with u p - t o - d a t e
info on organizations, consitution changes, etc. That
is if you vote for the motion lor more copies ol a soflcover handbook t h a t will come up today in assembly
W h a t can you lose for only 50 more?
V
CONSTITUTION C O N S I D E R A T I O N S . . .
A committee from S t u d e n t Council is looking into
the possibility of making assemblies non-compulsory
and changng the legislative branch of our government. Something lo keep an eye on and think about
for the future. Nothing a.s radical as last year, Inn
different just, the same.
;
Erosh Camp, HI 17! T h e first
chapter of t h e inside story of
our life at State.
December came, and after having been madly rushed by
friendly uppcrelass sorority girls for three months, we
suddenly found ourselves on the way to formal dinners.
December, 1047, too, was t h e m o n t h when we attended our
(irsl college formal—a lull dress affair with Claude Thornehill.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS
ESTABLISHED
BY
MAY
THE CLASS
OF
1316
1918
Our h u s h Dig 1, spin,:- l,'.,| ,,II\ u:. s directed by Don
El) and Geurgic Wagincss. Itcmcinhcr Hie flow er -filled halls,
Hi, L 'I'lini lie's n i in il limes ;md csaci ;all.v remember how
proud lie uere id our liisi big music il slum as ,i
HATING—AEL-AMEKICAN
March 3, 1950
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The sets were very cleverly done,
but some technical defects were apparent. I felt that blackouts instead
of closed curtains on the last I l i n e
scenes would have provided more
continuity lor the play.
Phyl Harris presented a .successful Irish comedy featuring some new
talent. Her sets were very realistic,
ami one kept looking for the water!
The acting was consistently line
throughout.
Hughes and Nielsoli
were adequate, while the portrayal
of the .sergeant by Sinithler was very
good. T h e native Irish in him help
cd considerably. Keele far .surpassed
lust week's performance, creating an
excellent
characterization.
T he
movement and accent were good and
perhaps the only bothersome factor was the helmets. They obscured
the .'aces of their owners almost
completely. In spite of past tests,
this play proves an Irish a u t h o r can
be Interpreted successfully at State.
;>
EXCELSIOR . . .
At last our plea for action in assembly got rolling
in assembly last Friday. I t started us thinking about,
"old times." For you freshmen, who aren't used to
such goin's on, moving t h e previous qusetion doesn't
mean transporting it somewhere else. I m p o r t a n t or
u n i m p o r t a n t as a point may be, discussion is all for
the "good of the organization."
VOL. XXXIV
T h e curtain opened tins week's
AD plays to an unusually lull house.
Marvin Poons presented Galsworthy's play "The First and the Last."
SATURDAY, MARCH 1
1:30 p.m. Basketball game with Albany " H o m e " at T h e play was lost for some because
all the lines could not be heard, and
t h e "Home"
the staccato quality of the majority
2:30 p.m. J u n i o r T h e a t r e Party at Playhouse
7
p.m. S t a t e faces Queens College In Page Hull of the dialogue grew monotonous
G y m ; Junior Vic Party In Commons a l t - and did not create the tension thai
the play needed.
er game
Tile characterizations a.s portrayed
SUNDAY, MARCH 5
by the three actors did not come
0
p.m. Hlllel Purlin party at Ohuv Sholem S y n a - up lo previous performances. Collins
was weak, while the movements ol
gogue
Goodell, a newcomer to .Stale', fool •
TUESDAY, MARCH 7
lights, were stilted throughout the
7:30 p.m. Chrisian Science organization meeting In play. His lines were poorly delivered
Room 111
but at times the characterization did
come through. Miss Williams carried
WKDNKSDAY, MARCH H
her part adequately enough, but one
12
noon SCA Chapel in Unitarian Church
wondered why she wore Hie same
fi
p.m. SCA Lenten Discussion program at Dr. housecoat lor two scenes and why
Colby's home
u housecoat?
Costume committee
take noli.-. Her h a n d movement as
T H U R S D A Y , MARCH 9
usual was excellent.
7:30 p.m. Newman Olub meeting ut Newman Hall
THE SAGA OF A CLASS -- From Beanies To Ball
Common-State*
Jtet'l Be Common
C o m p l a c e n c y is a w o n d e r f u l t h i n g . Y o u c a n s i t
b a c k , e n j o y yourself, a n d v e r y r i g h t e o u s l y c r i t i c i z e .
Y o u c a n s i t in o n a n a s s e m b l y ( s u c h a s t h e o n e
l a s t w e e k ) a n d l a u g h y o u r h e a d off. Y o u c a n b e a
m e m b e r of a n o r g a n i z a t i o n a n d look b a c k on w h a t
h a s b e e n d o n e in former y e a r s , follow it, a n d p a t
yourself o n t h e b a c k .
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Spring, 'III found us .ill up in Hie .til
Hake." our Soph Kig I. m i l i e u and (lil'felctl In Wall Kellei
Vngils, h.iliis, pink and blue window boxes and more orig
in.il I mil's IHI.ililrd Hilh musical extravaganza,
Dr. Nelson greeted
On September Uli, 11)17.
Our
us at our lirst formal function al Slal
but we
knees shook beneath our best Unci y
were officially welcomed,
\ s Suave Juniors we "received" anil steered
through tin) course. ,\ suiter crowd turned
nut to gel a glimpse of Dr. and Mrs. Collins,
who made their first official appearance,
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1 9 S 0
PAOE 4
Pledge Services End R««l.. Wic.«. P,«e,
Silent Kusnmg renoa
Emhatic
AyeS;
Vehement Nays
Religious Clubs
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By GRACE SMITH
u n d e r s t a n d C o m m u n i s t s b yI V
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Stock,
nntlciindPn-tBiiills,
J'ntrleiaBiirlmni
CederborK,
Ktiiei
loin Wilkorsou,
wick,
B e t t y A nfreshmen.
n Coykenilall, J o n n
C i i n l k , J o a n DeVlnny, line Dlonne,
L o u i s e Kmenotli L i n d a Hopkins', M l '
Anne Llvlngod'ttj J a n e t Norton, H H e h
Osborne, J e a n O s b o r n e , Dotty P l j o o n i t
Hut i Poole. Veronica Prloo, Lucille
H a u l i e r ; Ellen Thomas', a n d K a t h l e e n
W r i g h t , freshnien.
Beta Zetn pledged the following g i r l s :
tfntaBrtOTwa^iwno^'S&lvini
( l a m e r , ltenee Gordon, Gormalno Q r o the, Anne Ilerkenliain. Marilyn Illller,
Matilda Mnlouf, P h y l l i s Mickel, B a r b a n , M . « , , , .racqui.Mlne.Oothouse,
tiara Newcomoe, IMIIUIUUUUU i/,,,,,,.,,.-,,,
I'ulricln P o l i n g , Marie Prochllo, Marguer-lte lllzzo, Marlene S o u t h a r d , F l o r a
PAOI 8
STATE COLLEGE MEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 3 , 1 0 3 0
toriS i g m
F raa ntkm, m bWilliam
Swai'tn,
d n Slsmiti
J o h n SofllioParley,
m
o r e s ; Abel
lUuttmim,
C'lmrles
(Iruiieisen,
S o p Sntltorcl
h o m o r e s ; Miller,
.luck
CnmplBl, K o b e r t Cer.woiilm, Donald ColUns, F r a n c i s Hodge, Wlldmu Hooper,
ffnmbs Eitglies, R o b e r t Hughes', Donald
Kelly,
Henry
Kosnewskl
itichard
ICrug, J o h n Lnnnon, Gerald McQory,
Jmraes P e r r y , William SclmMs, Richnrti
Seott, George Unwilling:, 'I'll
as Soulu.
i-nuis Vlon, nail linger Yenmens, froBli~
S i m i a n , ,r»an Stopleln, Ann S t n r g e s ,
Sally Swans
Marjnrle Trelense, Vlrgin lit Vogel, freshmen. Also Nnrnni
S a n d b e r g , ^ M l l d r e i l ^ L a s l i e , . anil^ Kovanil Sally Me
orly Zbnmer, J u n i o r
SnphonioreK.
Gain and M-nry Squii
T h e r e s u l t s of t h •
e r e c e n t poll s p o n , , , , t i , t Cniloitp N P W « n n
d b
soicci oy t n e J t a t e c o l l e g e N e w s o n
whether
t h e s t u d e n t body would
care to h e a r D r . H e n r y J. Phillips,
a n d alleged C o m a n
ex-professor
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munist, have been released. T h e r e
w e r e 31 p e o p l e o p p o s e d a n d 130 i n
f a v o r of h e a r i n g t h e s p e a k e r . O f t h e
3 1 p e o p l e o p p o s e d
' 14 of t h e m w r o t e
c o m m e n t s , a s d i d 50 of t h e 130 i n dividuals in favor.
S o m e of t h e f a v o r a b l e c o m m e n t s
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t o h e a r D r . P h i l l i p s . W e will n e v e r
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them, a n d a c o m m u n i s t group drive n u n d e r g r o u n d Is d o u b l y d a n g e r s
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A n o t h e r c o m m e n t s u b m i t t e d to
t h e p o l l i n f a v o r of h e a r i n g D r
w l c
H u " "» m v u i ui UOIHUJB J - " .
Phillips w a s " H o w c a n we criticize
o r a n i d e a if w e d o n o t
a speaker
know his outlook on t h a t idea I s n o r a n o e of a n y i d e a l is n o t a g o o d
t h i n g f o r a n y s c h o o l , m u c h less
State"
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r s o nt h es a iadt t itthu adte tof
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T h e four religious clubs h a v e p l a n s
lor next week
including
regular
meetings. Chapel, Lenten discussion,
and a Purim party.
H i l l e l p l a n s a P u r i m p a r t y for
S u n d a y , a t (3 p . m . , D a n i e l G a n e l e s
al, President, has stated.
Supper
Wll; b e
5 M v e d
[n U u ;
W, a s h i nr t^a oi n
n -
of A l b a n y a n d t h e p r e s s s h o u l d b e
made
before
sponsoring
such
a
speaker.
S o m e of t h e c o m m e n t s e n d o r s e d
by t h o s e o p p o s e d to h e a r i n g D r .
Phillips a r e a s follows:
"Perhaps
y o u s a y , w h e n w c s e e a r e a l , live
C o m m u n i s t , we c a n see just w h a t he
is; a n d s o i n t h e f u t u r e w e m i g h t
be able t o d i s c e r n a n y s u c h p e s t i lence b e c a u s e we h a v e seen j u s t this
o n e . T h i s is w r o n g . I s a y t h a t n o
good c a n c o m e from listening to
evil."
Another person stated "Inflltral i o n will o c c u r q u i c k l y e n o u g h w i t h out b r i n g i n g s u c h a s p e a k e r to a
T e a c h e r s ' C o l l e g e - w h a t will follow?
I imagine that Communist pamphl e t s will a p p e a r o n t h e c a m p u s a
c o u p l e of w e e k s l a t e r . "
."
,,
M o s t of t h e i n d i v i d u a l s o p p o s e d In
hearing the speaker made comments
to t h e e f f e c t t h a t a s t a t e s u p p o r t e d
i n s t i t u t i o n w a s n o p l a c e for a C o n m u n i s t s p e a k e r . O t h e r p e o p l e C|itesH o n e d t h e f i n a n c i a l a n g l e of II.e
p r o g r a m . Of c o u r s e , n o t o n l y w e i r
there t h e "yes" a n d " n o " comments
b u t t h e r e were also t h e h u m o r o u s
l i t t l e e n t r i e s s u b m i t t e d t o I h e poll
O n e w a s r e c e i v e d w i t h a big " y e s "
nnd signed Joe Stalin. Another person s t a t e d " A b s o l u t e l y yes, I w o n ' t be
at t h e a s s e m b l y , " w h i l e a n o t h e r i n d i v i d u a l r e s p o n d e d w i t h " Y e s , if lie
d o e s n ' t s p e a k in R u s s i a n . "
T h e p u r p o s e of t h e poll w a s t o s e "
If a s u f f i c i e n t
n u m b e r of p e o p l e
w o u l d be i n t e r e s t e d in h e a r i n g Dr
Phillips to w a r r a n t investigation as
i o t h e p o s s i b i l i t y of s o m e n r g a n i z a tions sponsoring t h e speaker.
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S C A w i „ c o n t i n u e i t s Lenten disc u s s i o n p r o g r a m w i t h d i s c u s s i o n s of
Judas a n d Peter Wednesday night,
according
to Jeanne
B o w e n '50,
President. Wednesday noon Chapel
s p e a k e r will b e R e v . P e t e r F a n n i n g ,
Who will s p e a k o n t h e t o p i c . " T h o u
S t . a l t L o v e t h e L o r d W i l h All T h y
S o u i . " S a l l y T s e h u m i ' 5 1 , will b e
Chapel leader.
N e w m a n C l u b will m e e t T h u r s d a y
at 7:30 p . m . . w i t h R e v . A u g u s t i n e
Walton, Ph.D., a t N e w m a n
Hall.
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C o n m e ; : ' ; ' C l u b will h o l d a b u s i n i s . t r . i c h i r s ' e o n l e r e i i - e o n April
22, al S t a l e C o l l e g e , a c c o r d i n g t o
Juine.-, C a f a i ' o '50. P r e s i d e n t ,
T . nclii is
ol b u s i n e s s
subjects
u i i i u i a 50 m i l e a r e a of A l b a n y
iin
' ; " ' " i n v i t e d lo a t t e n d t h e c o n l i - e i i c. La .1 y e a r , c o m m e r c e C l u b
'ln''--' M " ' ' > a o n l , r n i r e al P i e i e e
H u l l . O v e r 200 l e a r h e r s w e r e in a l l eTn nd a: ns c e .
y e a r ' s e o n l e r e i i c e will i n c l u d e : a i;, p i n g I r a n s e r i p i i o i i d e m nii.-.l n i l ion, a " J u r y T r i a l "
proeedure, an I a report on t h e expansion
nf D i s t r i b u t i v e K d u c a t i o n
D.
John i,
ROWC,
\ 11,111 pro-
t i . s o r nl K d u e a t i o n , T i ' a c h e r s C o l P i O m e g a P i is p l a n n i n g a p a n e l U g : \
Columbia
University,
New
d i s c u s s i o n of t h e c o l l e g e ' s c o m m e r c e Y o r k , New Y o r k , will g i v e I h e d e m c u r r i c u l u m a t t h o vm\ of M a r c h , mist r a t i o n .
a c c o r d i n g t o L l o y d T a y l o r '50, P I T S T h e • ' J u r y T r i a l " p r o c e d u r e will
i : : e n l . T w o l a c u l t y m e m b e r s of Hie p r e s e n t : o m e ol Hie a . p e r l , ol b a s i c
commerce d e p a r t m e n t a n d two com- liihinc-s education
! ) r ,\|. H e r b e r l
nieree
:.injurs
will d i s c u s s
p r o b - i i c e m a n . D i r e c t o r ol HiiMiie.v, R d u l c m s of H i e d e p a r t m e n t r e g a r d i n g c a l i o n , Mew J e r s e y S t a t e T e a c h e r s
r e q u i r e d c o u r s e s a n d p o s s i b l e n e w C o l l e g e P a l t e i ' M i n , New J e r s e y , a n d
courses.
A l a n ( ' Lloyd ol t h e Clregg I'uliT h e p u r p o s e s of I h e d i s c u s s i o n a r c l ! h m ; ' ' ' o m p a u y , will g i v e t h e p r e lo i n f o r m
the students regarding
: niniicni.
iiilmlnistrative
problems
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the Myskania murderers.
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D.onne. J. DiVinny. B. Coykendall,
N. A n a g n o s t , R . P o o l e , E. T h e b e ,
a n d E. P i a t t s u p p o r t e d t h e defeated
fro: h t e a m .
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W e b b e r were high scorers for Mysk a n i a a n d S i m o n led t h e frosh.
T h e f r o s h d i d a g o o d j o b of k e e p ing M y s k a n i a d o w n , w h o u s u a l l y
s c o r e d i n t h e 50's. B u t h a r d us I h e y
tried, Ihey could n o t hold back t h e
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Sayles, Pierce Hails
Will Crown Queen
Cargill Attends Alumni Group Plan Annual Events At Midnight Rites
The annual Pierce and Sayles Hall (ContinuedfromPagel,
Column5)
Luncheon Formals
have been scheduled for
Upstate Meeting Slates
The Eastern Branch of the Alumni March 18. The theme of the Pierce ticket booth outside the Commons
Association will hold its annual dance, which is to be held from 9 for $3.
luncheon at Pierce Hall Saturday, p.m. to 1 a.m., is "Cinderella Ball,"
Of N A A C P
Chaperones for tonight are to be
March 11 at 12:30 p.m., according to according to Martha Downey '51,
Last weekend Norine Cargill '52,
attended a meeting of the Upstate
College Chapters of the NAACP at
Syracuse University.
Mrs. Bertha Brimmer, Executive
Secretary of the Association. Dr.
Evan R. Collins, President, will be
the speaker. Frances McMahon Kennedy '33, Mrs. Elton Butler '27,
The National Association for the Blanche Avery '15, and Elizabeth
Advancement of Colored People is Philpott '38 are in charge of the
an organization of half a million program .
Americans of every race, creed and
color, working for the attainment of
a society of equality, security and Discussion, Class Voting
freedom for all. Affiliated with and
under the direction of the National Top Assembly Agenda
Chapter are 59 College Chapters.
IContinued from Pays I, Column 3)
Starting the Conference were re- Porta; freshman Student Council
ports from each of the Chapters. Representative, Myra Bemzweig,
This was followed by a talk on David Palmer, Lucille Roulier, Rob"Trends in College Chapters" by ert Sinkledam .Harold Smith, Ann
Mrs. Ruby Hurley, Youth Secretary Sturges and Louis Vion.
and Director of all Youth and ColThe gross proceeds from State
lege groups in New York State.
Fair were $310.80, according to the
The discussion topics were group- report submitted to Student Couned according to: NAACP program, cil by Georgina Maginess '51, Chairorganization, and policy; the posi- man. After payment to the janitors
tion of members of subversive or- and for the prizes, the net proceeds
ganizations who hold office in the were $279.30.
NAACP; the Fair Employment Practice Commission Bill, and many other varied problems were discussed.
faculty
Dr. Charles Andrews, Professor of
and June Whiteman '50, Co-Chair- Physics, and Mrs. Andrews, Frank
men. Sayles Hall will have as its G. Carrino, Instructor in Spanish,
theme "Spring," and its dance will and Mrs. Carrino, Instructor in Engbe held from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. ac- lish, and Mrs. Shirley Merritt, Incording to Colletta Fitzmorrls '50, structor in Education, and Mr. MerVice-President.
The Ingle Room will take on the ritt.
Tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 p.m.
appearance of a palace In carrying
out the theme of the Ball. The deco- the Juniors will attend the. world
rations will be of pink and silver. premiere of the play, "Congressional
Fay Richards '51, last year's queen, Baby," at the Playhouse. The play
will crown the incoming queen, who Will feature Nina Foch, and is unis to be elected by the residents of der the direction of Eddie Dowling,
the dormitory. The queen will have with Malcolm Atterbury as producer.
as her four attendants the runners- Ethel Heath is chairman of the theup for the position.
ater party.
The Sayles Hall gym will be decoAfter the basketball games in
rated with flowers, a rock garden, Page tomorrow night, in which the
and birds in cages attached at the Varsity meets Queens College of
windows. The dormitory will choose Brooklyn, a victrola party will be
a queen to reign over their formal.
held. The party, held in the ComOrmond Frost's orchestra has been
will be under the direction of
engaged to play at the Pierce For- mons,
mal, while Don Burt and his orches- Joan Whitcraft, and will continue
tra will furnish the music, for the until 12:30 p.m. Entertainment will
be given at the vie party.
Sayles Hall Formal.
Highlighting the discussions was
the one on the removal of discrimnatory passages from Sorority and
Fraternity charters. Syracuse has
taken definite steps to accomplish
this.
Colleges represented were Utica.
Buffalo State, Cornell, Elmira, Oswego State, and Albany State.
Qootnotu
In the January issue of the New
York State College Quarterly appears an article entitled "State
Moves Forward."
Dr. Townsond Rich, Professor of
English is one of the judges for the
Scholastic Essay contest being sponsored by the Knickerbocker News.
Dr. Watt Stewart, Professor of
History; Dr. Theodore G. Standing,
Professor of Sociology; and Irene
Osborne, Instructor in Social Studies
comprised a panel which discussed
the "Relation of Civil Liberties to
Brotherhood" over WROW, Friday,
February 24 at 10:30 p.m.
Dr. J. T. Phinney, Professor of
Economics, participated in a panel
discussion on "What Should Our Tax
Policy Be?" before the Columbia
Community Council in East Greenbush, last night.
Students To Play Albany 'Heme'
According to Susan Panrk '51.
President of SMILES, all students
interested in playing basketball
against I he Albany "Home" tomorrow
should meet in front of the men's
Locker Room al 1 :30 p.m.
'I*' i 1 IM AW- A a &)i ' i l l § Jm
French Club Meeting To Include
Speakers, Mock Radio Program
French Club will meet today in
the Lounge at 3:30 p.m., according
to William Klrman '52, President.
An audience-participation radio program will be presented in French,
the aim of which will be informal
conversation. Parts in the French
play will be assigned, and refreshments will be served.
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VOL. XXXIV NO. 19
'Patience'
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For Newspapers Soph Production A t 8 : 3 0 r n d a y , baturday Night
Convention To Feature
Tour, Clinics, Contest,
Speakers, Discussions
Seven members of the staff of the
State College News will attend the
Teachers College Division of the
Twenty-sixth Annual Convention of
the Columbia Scholastic Press Association today, tomorrow, and Saturday in New York City.
Saturday, March 25, at 8:30 p.m.,
under the direction of Joyce Leavitt, the Sophomore Class will present a musical comedy, "Country
Style." The action of the play, written by Sara Danzis, Donald Brooks
and Richard Buck, takes place on a
small Western farm and revolves
around the affairs of the Kallicut
family.
Production Chairman and in
charge of all the committees is Victoria Baldino. Committee Chairmen
are: Sets, Robert Donnelly; Costumes, Doris Mullane; Tickets, Donald Putterman; Props, William Wiley; Make-Up, Edward Kyle; Lights,
Alan Stephenson; Boosters, Maureen Davis; Publicity, Theresa Porta; Ushers, Olga Bajjaly; Business,
Harriet Juengling; Choreography,
Patricia Dargusch, and Music, Edward Peene and Jess Barnet.
According to Miss Leavitt, the
comedy is fast moving, colorful, and
consists of a great deal of pantomine to keep the audience laughing.
Two original numbers by Jess Barnet are included in the musical repertoire. Tickets will be on sale outA scene taken during rehearsal for the operetta, "Patience", which
side the Commons door Wednesday. will be given in Page Hall Auditorium.
Thorpe, Crucilla
To Play Leads
In Satiric Opera
The Music Department will render its interpretation of the operetta,
"Patience or Bunthorne's Bride,"
by Gilbert and Sullivan, in the perMembers of the News staff who
formance tomorrow and Saturday
are attending the convention are
nights in Page Hall at 8:30 p. m.,
Shirley Wiltse '50, Editor-in-Chief;
according to Barbara Smith '50,
Evelyn Wolfe '51, Feature Editor;
President of Music Council.
Goldie Brenner, Gerald Dunn, Mary
The aesthetic satire is being diPenzel, Junior.', Associate Editors;
rected by Dr. Charles F. Stokes,
Virginia Adams, and Victoria Eade,
Professor of Music, and Karl PeterSophomore Desk Editors.
sen, Instructor in Music.
List Principal Roles
Convention Covers Various T< pics
Taking the principal roles are the
The convention will offer a -series
following students: Patience, Elsie
of more than 150 meetings. All
Thorpe '52; Reginald Bunthorne,
phases of writing, editing, publishJoseph Crucilla '50; Archibald Grosing, and advising studeni, publicavenor, Gordon Bennett '52; the
tions will be covered in I he SecLady Angela, Joan Petfield '51; the
tional and Divisional meetings.
Lady Saphir, Louise Petfield '52;
There will be speakers from profesColonel Calverley, Eugene Webster
sional newspapers, magazines, and
'51; Major Murgatroyd, Joseph
publishing houses. Clinics will be
Keefe '50; Lieutenant, the Duke
conducted by authorities in the
of Dunstabel, Raymond Kelley '52;
school newspaper and magazine
the Lady Ella, Betty Hendrie '52;
Held to answer questions of deleand the Lady Jane, Shirley Casler
gates on the strong and weak points
'50.
of their papers. The several diviWomen's
Chorus to Participate
sions of the Association, such as the
Members of the Women's Chorus
Junior High, the Associated Teachinclude: Joyce Dodge, Ruth MarschThe results of the poll taken in assembly last Friday, by the News,
ers College Press, The Junior Colner, Helen Moeller, Grace Seism,
lege, and the Advisers Association concerning the question of exemptions, are as follows: ill Most students
Seniors; Nancy Burdick, Norma
Divisions will offer programs of voted "yes," they are interested enough in the question of exemptions to
have the faculty investigate the possibilities of trying such a system for
The AD lab presentation Tuesday Sandberg, Eleanor Whyland, Jun.special meetings.
Verna
at least one semester; (2) The margin of students not wanting a set-up night at 8:30 p. m. will consist of iors; Janet Bookstaver,
such as RPI with pre-final exams to determine exemptions, was quite a satire 1 Aria da Capoi and a por- Brahm, Virginia Maurer, Jane
To Display Tapers
Minckler, Marian Newton, Eleanor
A copy of the State College News great over those who would like the RPI system; and i3> a majority of tion of "Salome" by Oscar Wilde. Rosenblum, Marceline Stieve, Sophwould prefer that exemptions be based only on class-work and Bevi ,'iy Woodin and Fay Richards,
and copies of other papers will be students
Juniors are the directors, respec- omores; Patricia Butler, Barbara
on display in the Rotunda of Low tests and/or quizzes throughout the semester.
Newcombe, and Virginia Vogel,
Library in Columbia University.
As the poll indicates that, a ma- lively.
freshmen.
jority of students voting would like
'file cast lor Miss Woodin's proThis year, the Teachers College
The Dragoon guards will be portthe faculty to investigate the exDivision is holding its twenty-fifth
emption situation, steps arc being duel ion is composed of Marvin rayed by: Robert Eaton, Lynn
Peons
anil
Edward
Stearns,
Juniors,
annual meeting. Some of the hightaken to present an exemption sysWhite and David Glcnday, Seniors;
lights of the Division's program are
tem plan to the Faculty Advisory Dorothy Simons and Henry Smith, George Dicks '51; Mitchell Bura tour of the New York Times
Committee for review and judg- Sophomores, and Thomas Hughes (Continued on Page (1, Column HI
'53. Working on the committees are:
Building, a Newspaper Clinic, and
ment.
Costumes, Barbara Carpenter '51;
Topic Meetings on such subjects as
Vacancies on Student Council,
One student commented: "The Sets, Eileen Brooks '51; Lights, Jo"Newspaper Layout," "Headlines," and the office of Senior Class Presand "Editorial Policies and Prac- ident, all resulting from mid-year only fair basis for exemptions would seph Purely '51, and Donald Puttertices in the College Newspaper."
resignations, were filled when Earl- be on the basis of achievement as man '52; Props. Joan Perine '51;
Publicity, Jacquelyn Mann '51; House
ine Thompson and Harold Vaughn, compared to capacity or I.Q."
Another says, "Can't see any Martha Downey '51. and Make-Up,
Seniors, were chosen Representative
and President respectively, and Da- similarity In State's and RPl's Cur- Fred Knocrzcr '51
Next week, a special assembly
vid Palmer was named Student riculum or extra-curricular activiMis-, Rich, .lis' cast includes: An- presented by the Teacher Placement
Council Representative from the ties. Can't, see how exemptions
freshman class. Theresa Porta was at would be any good al State because Ihoiiy Prochllo and Donald Hoyt, Bureau, wiil be held, according to
the same time named as Editor of ol its being a school to train well- Sudors; George Kline. Jacquelyn Elmer C. Mathews, Director of the
rounded teachers not mechanically Mann, and Carolyn Williams, Jun- Bureau.
A combination business and en- the 1954 Freshman Handbook.
iors; Thomas Mailman, Herbert
perfect
intellectual machines."
The assembly will be of special
tertainment meeting is scheduled
In the Senior election contests,
Holland, and Edward Kyle, Sopho- interest to Seniors and Graduate
"This system worked quite satis- mores;
lor tomorrow's assembly. The Hand- both Vaughn and Miss Thompson
Walter Goodell, James
book motion, as old business, will be were unopposed, and easily reached factorily In high school and pro- Hughes, Owen Smith, Janet Leon- students since principals from three
dealt with first, according to An- the necessary quota on the first vided quite a stimulant to the stu- ard, and Reiiee Gordon, freshmen. schools are planning lo attend and
give their views on what constitutes
thony Prochllo '50, President of the distribution. In order to be elected, dents. They had the privilege of
a good teacher. All graduates will
Student Association. Following the it was necessary for them to ''each taking the final even If they were
be excused from their 12:30 p.m.
discussion on tills Issue. Sophomores the quota, election not being auto- exempt and ha\ing their grade Debators T o Oppose
classes to attend the assembly. The
and freshmen will compete In a riv- matic.
count If It raised their average, bill
will not be compulsory for
alry debate.
didn't count the test grade if it Colleges In Tournament assembly
those students with assembly seats.
In the race for freshman Repre- lowered the average."
Selecting the topic: "Resolved: sentative, David Palmer had to carOthei than Glen E. Bretsch, SuThus we have the pros and cons.
Debate will compete in the BrookThai Eskimos should be furnished ry the vote to the sixth distribu- How the Advisory Committee will lyn College Debate Council Third pervisli g Principal of Colonie Cenwith fur-lined bathtubs," the Soph- tion before nosing out his nearest feel on the subject remains to be Invitational Debate Tournament on tral School, Donald Barter, Superomores will lake the affirmative In competitor, Louis Vlon. Palmer, seen.
the national topic, Resolved: "Thai vising Principal Ravena-Coeymans
I he debate. Their debating team is however, did not assume the lead
the United States Should National- Central School, and Howard GofT,
composed of Muriel Desslmoz, Eve- until the fourth distribution,
ize All Basic Non-Agricultural In- Supervising Principal East Greenh 11 Erdle, mi.: Theodore Marro
In the Sophomore election for
dustries." The debate will be held bush School, two State alumni are
tomorrow and Saturday at Brooklyn expected to be present. Jane O'Brien
Taking the negative for the fresh- Freshman Handbook Editor, Theresa
Porta
gained
the
victory
on
the
College,
a 'cording to Edwin Kur- '•111, who has been teaching for two
men arc Robert Berkhofer, Joyce second distribution after leading
lunder
'51,
President ol Debate years at Schenevus, and Stanley
Leonard and Walter Schneller.
Abranis '40, who has been teaching
throughout. Her nearest competitor
According lo Ueriuulette Freel, Council
at Davenport Central School, have
was Norine Cargill.
Public Relations Editor, I he lollowHarold Vaughn '50, and Edwin been asked lo participate In the
Dwimming Uasses
Miss Porta will assume her duties nig students have been selected lo Kurlander '81, will take the affirm- io-M'inbly program.
participate
1
1
1
the
college
oratory
immediately, and will soon name
For College Students
ative for Stale. Thomas Godward
her associates who will aid her In elimination contest, lo be held In and Waller Fanner, Juniors, will
Hall next Thursday al 7:30
A D Class To Present
Blanks are now available for free the preparation of next year's pub- Page
represent I lie negative side.
p. m.
swimming classes to be given In lication.
All debaters, coaches, and critics Spring Play, 'The Swan'
The students to compete in the
Public Math :i, Central and Ontario,
elimination arc as follows: Robert will be entertained at a banquet on
according to Thomas R. Gibson, Pro- Registrar Suggests Students Sign
"The Swan" by Molnar has been
Trimble, Earhne Thompson, Harold Friday evening and at a coffee hour selected as the full-length play for
lessor of Health. Instruction In be- For Make-Up Of January Finals
Vaughn, Morris Berger, Joseph Cril- on Saturday afternoon after which presentation by the Advanced Draginning swimming and fundamental
Ruth Lape, Registrar, suggests cllla, Seniors; Joan Tantum, Vusi- the results of the contest will be matics class, according to Agnes
water skills will be given Tuesday
and Friday nights, 7:30 to 0:31) p.m., that those students who were ill, or like Pantelakos. Kennelh Orncr, announced. The four men from Futterer, Assistant Professor, of
April 14-30. Thi! program, open to otherwise excused from their Janu- Sophomores and Joyce Leonard and State will present a skit after the English. Molnar's work Is a romanFriday banquet.
both college men and women, is ary exams, sign up for make-up Janet Leonard, freshmen.
tic play of court intrigue, laid in
sponsored by the Water Safety Com- exams. The sign-up sheet will be
The winner of this college elimMrs Frank G. Corrlno, Instructor the early part of the century. Castmittee for the Albany County Chap- posted on the bulletin board out- ination will participate in the Al- in English and Debate Coach, will nig is still in process for the play,
ter ol the American Red Cross.
side the Registrar's office.
be a critic judge at the tournament, which will be given May 19-20.
bany finals to be held April 6.
Poll Indicates Interest By Students Class Presents
For Exemption System At State Satire, Drama
For Lab Work
Offer
UAIIJY
Evenings by appointment
Staff Members Leavitt Releases C u r t a i n T o R l S e O i l
Attend Meetings Lommittees For A
_
_ r . I
r*
TPB Schedules
Assembly Panel
Students To Compete
In Hearst Oratorical
YOUU PORTRAIT
OPEN u;oo ' "
ALBANY. NEW YORK. THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1950
Motion, Debate
To Top Agenda
THE
HAGUE
STUDIO
• • * -
Z-444
ews
PRELIMINARIES
Classes Eliminate
Recent Vacancies
PRODUCTION
fraternity Jewelers
JEWELRY GIFTS, FAVORS
BADGES,
STEINS,
RINGS
CLUB TINS,
KEYS
STATIONERY,
PROGRAMS
MEDALS
TROPHIES
State College
ATTEND ORATORICAL
*Hy Ruconl
N u l i o n u l Suivuy
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