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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1050
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Commission Announces
College Library Shows
Reigning Queen
New Campus Regulations
PObiHf 6oe* the CxoUawfe
Exhibit Of souvenirs The following regulations have
The State College Library is cur- been set up by Campus Commission,
To Give Victor
By IRENE BREZINSKYrently featuring an exhibit of sou- according to Virginia Norton '51,
The University of Buffalo has a its to drive off with it. The climax venirs which Mrs. Barsam of the Grand Marshal.
Campus Day Cup problem
comparable to our Albanian of the evening came when the dean Milne School faculty has lent to the There will be smoking in the
Library for display. Mrs. Barsam
(Continued from Page 1, Column 5)
7:30 p.m. with the crowning of the
Campus Day Queen. The new queen
will be crowned by Mrs. Richard
Koch Feathers '50, last year's queen,
in the auditorium.
The Sophomore class will present
its skit first, after which the class of
'54 will give its presentation. Three
rivalry points will be awarded to
the class that presents the best skit.
ten-cent cup of coffee. Only out
Luilalo way it's "The Great Pickle
Gourge." The college cafeteria situation is this: "The customary pickle
enhancing the hamburg will be considered a separate and distinct, item.
A penny a pickle I"
Psychology class at Coe College,
Iowa is really progressive. A word
association test was being given with
the usual dog-cat, black-white examples. Then the prof came up with
"love." Ventured a timid student,
"Neck?"
Foote to Direct Skit
Mildred F'oote will direct the
University of Rochester SophoSophomore production, "Spirit of
Rivalry." Included in the main cast mores have discovered the hiding
are Louise Petfield and Joyce Leon- place for a banner. Nothing dirty
about theso Sophs. They tossed the
ard.
banner in a Bendix, and then hired
The freshman skit, "Call Me a a Junior to spend the afternoon doFreshman," is directed by Mary ing her laundry—with the flag in it!
Massi. Characters in the cast include John Jacobis, Marie McBreen, What have Canadian forest fires
Paul Califano, and Anne Caparif. got on Hamilton College? One night
the entire college was thrown into
Juisto Will Announce Results
a panic by a four-siren alarm. The
At the conclusion of the skits, engine shrieked up to a dorm. AnJames Juisto '51, will announce the other alarm sounded. The fire truck
results of the day's rivalry events was just pulling out when a third
and the queen will award the Cam- siren screeched. The firemen jumppus Day Cup. After the award has ed down the the truck leaving it unbeen made, the queen and her court guared long enough for some bandwill leave the auditorium. Students
are asked to stand and remain
standing while the queen makes her
exit.
This year there will be no dance
in the gym after the evening activities. Lack of attendance in past
years warranted this change.
rushed over, gaily attired In pajamas and a sleeping cap. Immediately the chapel bell began tolling hysterically. Has anybody found a stray
fire? Hamiltonians still haven't located theirs.
A Syracuse fraternity has unanimously awarded the title of "house
lover" to Prince, their faithful mutt.
Qualifications? Prince has become
the pvjud papa of five pretty, petit
puppies.
gathered the souvenirs while traveling in the West Indies and the
Caribbean area.
Among the items on ai-jpiay are
native pottery from Barbados, spices
from Granada, figures made of
cow's horns, a gaily colored native
Martinique
headdress,
perfumes,
and a variety of native-made baskets and jewelry from these and
other ports.
Lounge at all times; Student Association will be held responsible to
maintain the general appearance of
the Lounge.
Poster rules will be as follows: Any
color poster paper may be used. No
scotch tape or tacks may be put in
the walls—only in the wooden molding of the wall.
Absolutely no crayons are to be
used on posters at any time.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1950
State Debaters
Win Victories
In Novice Meet
VOL. XXXV NO. 7
Teds 7 To Oppose Siena;
Seek Fifth Straight W i n
Today the State College soccer team will attempt to annex its
fifth straight victory in a row when it meets Siena at Beverwyck
p a r |< The Statesmen eked out a 1-0 victory over the Indians in a
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previous contest this season, and the boys from Loudonville are
out to avenge this previous defeat.
T n j s c o n t e s t; w ju a i S o decide which
team shall gain the mythical title of
Albany Champs. The Indians feel
that they have a very good opportunity of winning their initial victory of the season against the teachers because of the closeness of the
previous contest.
Sharpen Offense
The Garcia men have been sharpening their offensive attack for this
The activities of State's sororities battle. The forward line has been
and fraternities include a twin working on long shots from outside
party, open houses, and an alumni the penalty area in an attempt to
weekend. Inter-Sorority Council has cross up the Siena goalie. Although
announced the times for freshmen to Siena has as yet to win a game, they
visit sorority houses tonight.
have in Buscemi, the goalie, what
According to Paul Ward '53 Gen- m a n v coaches consider one of the
eraY Chairman, Edward Eldred' Pot- outstanding
""'
" " - ~ defensive
•*-'—•— men in
'- the
"-ter Club will hold Its first east.
Under the leadership of Coach
r u s h party tonight. The party will
be a twin dance, and all couples are Garcia, the soccer squad has had a
to dress like twins. Dancing will be very good season this year. After
j n the Commons from 8:30 to 12:30 dropping the opener to a powerto the music of Don Burt and his packed Brockport squad, 4-0, they
orchestra.
bounced right back to take their
next four
£ a m e s - Among the vicA n o p e n n o l l s e I o r statesmen will
ms were ABC
be held by Psi Gamma tomorrow " ,
' Siena' and Plattsnight from 8 to 12 p.m. The com- b u r S n mittees are as follows: General Coach Commends Team
Coach Garcia has commended
Chairman, Ann Adams; Publicity
Grace Parette, Juniors; Entertain- every member of the squad for their
ment, Ruth Dunn, and Refresh- hustle and spirit. He feels that
ments, Lorraine Migliaccio, Sopho- Strickland. Warden, and Weatherby
mores.
have combined a lot of ability with
t h e s irlt a n d n u s t l e t h a t tend to
Beta Zeta will also have an open m
P
k
house tomorrow night from 8 to 12 a eat
e a l 1potentially good ball player
p.m. According to Jeanette Zelanis, §f - ' * "^position has hit paySocial Chairman, the following will (}\rt on^ ni™ t l m e s a S a l n ; s t ' h e
head the committees: Arrangements, Statesmen while we were colecting
Wilburna Derenberger '51; Enter- t w e n t y t a l l l e s - Brockport got four
tainment, Victoria Eade '52; Poo.l, /Continued on Page 5, Column 5)
Marie Prochilo, and Clean-up, Joan
Stopielo, Sophomores.
This weekend is Phi Delta Alumni
Weekend, according to Joyce Barringer '51, President. Lunch at Wagar's and a tea at the house will be
featured. Phi Delta pledged Anna
Yanarella and Helene Zimmerman,
Two State Religious Clubs have
Sophomores.
released plans for their week-end
The schedule for sorority open activities. Hillel and IZFA have
houses to be "held" tonight "lias been scheduled a Tri-City_Dance for toannounced by Beverly Kuhlkin '51. morrow night, and Hillel will hold
President of Inter-Sorority Council. a meeting at the Unitarian Church
At 7 those whose surnames begir. S u ", d a y ' m f r °™,J t o _ 1 0 P ' m
The Tri-City Dance will take
with A-F will go to Beta Zeta; G-L.
Gamma Kappa Phi; M-S, Psi Gam- place tomorrow at Temple Israel at
ma; and T-Z. Chi Sigma Theta 18 Federal Street from 9 p.m. to
Freshmen will remain at"each house 1 am- according to Lillian Kaminfor forty-five minutes and fifte"n sky '52, President of IZFA. Ray
minutes will be allowed to go Iron) Mitchell's band will provide the
A small fee will be charged
house to house. At the first house music.
'old f° r admission.
I hey visit the freshmen will
According to Barbara Stein '51,
where to proceed to next.
President, Israel Moss will present a
Rumor Clinic at the Hillel meeting.
Mr. Moss will demonstrate the
growth and dangers of stereotyped
rumors, using audience participation
to aid him. Following the meeting
there will be refreshments and
dancing,
All religious clubs are cooperating
in the Campus Chest Drive. Presidents of these organizations are
members of the committee in charge
of the drive.
State College Debaters at the
Hamilton College Invitational Novice Debate Tournament came out
ahead of the thirteen other colleges
represented. According to Thomas
Godward
of Debate
- - '51,
- - President
- Council, this triumph makes State
unofficial champion of New York
State.
The teams won ten out of twelve
debates against such opponents as
Colgate, Cornell, Syracuse, Hamilton, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Siena, and Saint Rose. Members of the winning teams were Eugene Webster '51, Clarence Spain,
Walter Davis, Juniors, Anita Lilenfeld Virginia Vogel, Sophomores,
James Thompson, Joan Bothrick,
and Elenor Boice, freshmen. James
W. Shutt, Instructor in English,
Harold Vaughn, Grad, and Godward, acted as judges at the tournament.
Tuesda State College willhave a
home tournament with RPI and
Union, announces Godward. This will
be in preparation for the Vermont
tournament on November 13, to
which State will send two Novice and
two Varsity teams. Among those who
will represent SCT are Vaughn,
Godward, Daniel Joy, Joseph Persico, Clarence Spain, Jean Welch,
Juniors, Robert Berkhofer, and
James Thompson, Sophomores.
As a result of Friday's elections,
Alfred Clemente will lead the freshman class as its President, Mary
Massi as Vice-President, Prances
Betnea as Secretary and Stanley
Howlett as Treasurer. Those chosen
to represent the Class of 1954 on
Student Council are as follows:
James Bennett, Sonia Bush, Thomas Hoppey and Raymond Call.
Dionne, Hawkins Win
Sophomores who will be on Student Council due to vacancies will
be Rae Dionne and William HawkALFRED CLEMENTE '54
ins. The positions of frosh cheerleader and songleader were filled by
Ann Caparis and Helen Kosinski,
respectively, The tabulations of the
elections were released by William
Englehart '51, Chairman of Myskania.
Clemente was elected on the fifth
distribution. His closest opponent
was Peter McManus who trailed
him in the fourth distribution by 29
votes. Miss Massi retained the lead
Scheduled for the assembly profor Vice-President until she was
today is a speech by James
elected in the sixth distribution. gram
1- of the World Student Service
Harold Taylor who held second place .fiint
t,""
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behalf of the present
throughout all the distributions was *una
Campus chest drive. There will also
her closest competitor.
be an announcement of the election
Elect Bethea, Howlett
The quota for Secretary was results of last Friday.
reiched by Prances Bethea in the The annual Campus Chest drive
third distribution. The quota for the will commence today, according to
office of Treasurer was not reached. Vasiliki Pantelakos '52, Chairman of
Barefoot Dancers
Bv a progress of elimination. Stanley the Drive. The goal set for State is
one
dollar
per
person.
The
proceeds
Howlett was elected to the office
Call In Pork Chops
over his nearest rival, Beatrice Le- from the Chinese Auction to be held
every
noon
in
the
Commons
and
the
han.
Please check your shoes before
Eighteen distributions were neces- '52 Review will be added to the conyou dance, smiled the pretty
siii'v in order to arrive at the mem- tributions. The funds will be divided
shoe check girls. Who could re(Continued on Page G, Column 2) as follows: 65 percent will go to the
fuse them?
World Student Service Fund; 10
If there were no other intelpercent to Negro Scholarships and
lectual gains for the evening,
International Christian University
at least everyone learned how
in Japan; 15 percent to disease fund;
to call a hog in ten easy ways.
and 10 percent to the Albany ComEven Miss Newbold's rendition
munity Chest.
of the famous Iowan hog call
Since it receives aid only from
made quite an impression on tne
colleges
and
universities
in
the
Accurding to Marilyn Strehlow '51,
dancers.
Director of Press Bureau, twenty- United States, the World Student
Competition was keen for the
two Senior men and women have Service Fund has been chosen as
prizes, but the judges finally
been chosen to have their names the recipient of the greater part of
made th" awards which seemed
submitted to the "Who's Who in the contributions. In assembly toquite apropos to the theme of
American Colleges and Universities" day, James Flint of WSSF will exthe occasion (air wick and disboard as representatives of State, plain the virtues of the association
penser for example).
If the board decides on all names, to the students,
they will appear in the 1950-51 ediIn order that solicitors may conThe refreshment booth with
tion of the publication.
tact Commuters more easily, a movie
tasty cider and donuts was alThose representing State are as Tuesday will highlight the Comways the center of attention.
fol.ows: Paul Buchman, Elizabeth muter's Day, a day on which ComAmid reports of after effects
Cahill, Martha Downey, Gerald muters will be approached for consuch as fallen arches and dirty
Dunn. Mary Eadc, Donald Ely, Wil- Iributions. Moreover, there will be a
socks, can be heard in the inner
thoughts of Statesmen and their
Ham Eii-jellwrt, Mary Fenzcl, Phyl- booth outside of the Commons where
plans to attend the Soc Hop in
lis Harris, Patricia Jai, James Jiusto, Commuters may contribute.
1051.
Paul Kirsch, Beverly Kuhlkin,
A dance will culminate the drive,
Georgina Maginess, Virginia Nor- which ends Saturday, November 11.
ton, Lois Prescott, Lloyd J. Purely,
Hclmuth Schultz, James Warden,
Audrey Weller, David Wetherby and
Evelyn Wolfe.
There students were selected on
Thomas E. Dewey was re-elected
the basis of excellence and sincerity, Governor of Now York State and
s hohnsliip, leadership and partici- Herbert H. Lehman was re-elected
pation in extra-curricular activities, N t , w Y o r k s t a l e S c n n t o r according
sorv: v to the college, and usefulness l 0 l h e m . ( . n l s t m w v o t e t a k e l l b v
to business and society.
the State College News. Although
the gubernatorial election was won
by an apparent overwhelming maDean Changes Syste m jority
the senatorial election was
very close. The counting of the votes
For Issuing w arnings showed the following results:
A new procedure for issuing
Governor
freshman mid-semester warnings
Dewey
503
will be followed this year, according
Lynch
to Dr. Milton G. Nelson, Dean of
the College, Contrary to past years'
"();>
procedure, these warnings will not
Senator
be sent through student mailboxes.
•ill)
Lehman
Freshmen will have to see their
375
Hanley
faculty advisors, as soon as the advisors have the warning reports, to
785
find out whether they recieveel any
the total Gov. Thomas E. Dewey and Waltc
The
discrepancy
in
warnings in their subjects.
Ruth
Lape, College Registrar will notify amount of votes is due to the fact Dewey is a Republican candktutt
freshmen by means of a notice on that many students voted only for while Lehman is a Democratic canthe Registrar door that reports are Governor anil left the Senator's dulale.
There were suvuiui •'write-in"
in the hands of the advisors. Ad- blank.
In electing these two candidates
As the votes were counted the
visors will post their own schedules
In their offices so that freshmen the students of New York Statu Col- tabululors found many comments
can arrange to meet them for con- lege for Teachers divided themselves written on the ballots. One student
ferences
'n regard to the puliticul parties, said, "I'm sorry, come back in about
Submit 22 Names
To 'Who's W h o '
Waldorf Cafeteria
STATE
GIVE FREELY
Flint To Explain
WSSF Work
For Assem bly
Music Department Announces
Time Of Tryouts For Operetta
The Music Department announces
tryouts are to be held for solo parts
in the annual operetta, according to
Dr. Charles Frank Stokes, Professor
of Music. The operetta this year will
be Gilbert and Sullivan's iolanthe.
Tryouts are scheduled for November 13 and 20.
OIVE ONCE
Name Bennett, Hoppey,
Call, Bush To Council
Campus Interviews on Cigarette Tests
a. i
Sororities, Frats
Release Agenda
Of Social Plans
Religious Clubs
Schedule Dance
Dewey, Lehman W i n Election In College Straw Vote
Freshmen Take Lead
In First Rivalry Events
A. Lynch, Candidates for Governor.
two years." Another student remarked, "don't know qualifications
of men—so don't feel I should vote."
The final iv.-ur.us of this straw
election could have been effected by
the votes of the many Juniors and
Seniors who did vote because
they did not have assembly seats.
As a result of the Campus Day
Activities, tlie rivalry score now
stands at five to four in favor of
the freshmen, according to Hehnulh
Schultze '51, Chairman of the Rivalry committee. Schultze has released the points awarded in the rivulrv
events held so far.
The Sophomores received two
points for winning the pushball
i ame, and two for winning three out
of five of the men's athletic events
held on Campus Day. The freshmen
received two points for winning the
women's athletic events and three
points tor winning the Oa.njVUS Day
skit.
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RATING—ALL-AMERICAN
VOL XXXV
November 3, 1950
No. 7
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Want A Book?
With the advent of the "term paper season",
the perennial question is once again being heard:
Why are college students not allowed to take
books out of the State Library?
The question, in itself, is not entirely true, as
anyone can obtain a book from that institution,
if he is able to wait until it can be obtained through
inter-library loan by our own school library.
Through the prompt service given us by Miss
Cobb and Patty, most books will be available
within 24 hours after they are ordered, but this
is not the whole story.
Before any book can be ordered, it must first
be ascertained whether or not the book is in the
State Library, necessitating a trip to the Education Building. Here is where the problem actually develops. Once having arrived in the Reading
Room, the logical thing to do is to use the book
there. However, as we have found from experience, we are seldom able to finish with the book
in the time which we have available at the moment. How easy it would be to take the book
home, and finish the job at night. This, alas, is
not the solution. Upon applying for permission to
take the book out, the first question asked is "Are
you a student?" If you tell the truth, your goose
is cooked at this point. If you don't, they just
catch up with you a few moments later. It seems
that "professional people", which includes any
teacher in the state of New York, have full borrowing priveleges, but, as embroynic teachers, we
have none.
As a solution to the problem, could we suggest
that the intercollegiate committee of Student
Council contact the other colleges in the area, and
pay a visit to the State Librarian. Perhaps there
are justifiable reasons why we cannot get books.
But. if there are, they should be broadcast, and
avert further criticism, rather than having all our
requests answered only with a curt " N o " .
Give Onee
"World Student Service Fund is the agency
through which American students and professors,
at the preparatory school, college and university
level, may share materially and intellectually with
their needy contemporaries throughout the world."
The preceding statement is at the head of a leaflet on the objects of WSSK.
Campus Chest at State College, on approval, of
Student Council, will appropriate sixty-five percent of its money collected to WSSK. The remainder will be among the Negro Scholarship, International Christian Youth, the Disease Fund, and Albany Community Chest.
That sixty-five percent which goes from American students to less fortunate students throughout the world is the basis for the campaign at
State. This is a fitting appeal to those who appreciate their opportunities to study in a relatively peaceful situation, witli enough to eat and
other necessities of life al hand.
Embarrassing as it may be, State did not fulfill its quota last year for Campus Chest. This
is a new year, a purpose, more meaningful purpose, we support Campus Chest in its drive for
$1500.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3 , 10SO
Gammon-State*
GasifA jbiMm
By MARILYN ALLEN
a dull moment for the athlete —
November 3, I960
always games — soccer, basketball,
Seniors—8 months
pushball, football, klckball — tiddleJuniors—1 year 8 months
winks, fencing, archery, tennis —
Sophs—2 years 8 months
and ping-pong. A back to nature boy
Frosh—3 years 8 months
and you'll be a graduate of State theme (kind of sweaty tho' for a
College—out in ye olde wide world steady diet, n'est-ce pas?). Or what
(providing it's still there.)
Since about the social whirl, sort of chic
the world is tearing Its axle out— —balls at R.P.I., Union, State—
these years are probably important, party, party—many people—mucho
huh? O.K. assuming this, let's see— dancing, drinking—private and public gatherings—sororities and fratTime, you see, is so important.
ernities.
1. If you don't want a n educaNow just this one more indultion or if you don't like this particular school, the time to quit is now! gence, please. You know those
2. You do like—you do stay—then pepole who scrounge around in the
Co-op for their Times, Rienow and
you make it worth your while.
State has meant a variety of Baker's proteges? About elections,
things to a variety of poeple—it's the Chinese problem? the Negro
a separate world to some people; problem? the Indo-China War? Kobounded by Ockies, on the north, rea? Helps to know what's going
the dorms on the west, Washington on, however, the outside world may
Park on the south and Hawley on intrude any day now, even at
the east—they live "here" for"four State College
But back to the theme . . . whatyears and suddenly realize their
pedagogic life is before them and ever State is going to be for you, it
trade this little world for a new should be that now. Not tomorrow,
one, perhaps a smaller one—depend- even. And if we're going to wind
ing on the size of the school they up in grand style, here is this author's Idea of what State could be to
teach in.
Others find their life in books. any and every student:
Social life—sororities, fraternities,
Two covers, four hundred pages,
clubs
copyright date, titles and authors
Trying to develop a well-rounded
form a never ending topic of conpersonality
versation. Their hangout—the becolumned State Library, erudite, no? Attendance at classes
Teaching in Milne
But you can live that way, if that's
Excelling in scholarship
what four years means to you.
Dramatics? bully! There is cerComing to games and maybe
tainly enough work there—make
participating
up, sets, directing, acting—ShakesOffering your talents to several
peare through Maxwell Anderson—
organizations
being arty must be a fabulous life
Learning to accept new Ideas
could make it your whole- life,
Learning tolerance
some do. But maybe it's just a facExpecting little and giving much
et of the whole—yes, I think so—
Good friendships
really do.
Ending your college career with
Rah, Rah—ray, ray—team, team, the satisfaction of four years wellteam! umm—spirit! There's never spent and most happy.
One Man'I Opinion
Congratulations to A. D. for another successful evening of high
quality entertainment. It appears to
this observer that State's "season"
is off to a great start with large
audiences and good plays becoming
a habit.
Dave Shepard's play was one of
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 10BO
By GORSKIE and KYLE ,
The Common-Stater is given the widest latitude as
author of this column, although his viewpoints do
not necessarily reflect those of the STATE CoLLrau
NBWS.
HUSTLE! BUSTLE! . . .
And no end of confusion . . . three or four meetings
each noon, one or two at night . . . with a few classes
sandwiched in between. This is the plight of the
many students interested in extra-curricular activities at school . . . enough interest, but not enough
time. Solution? . . . we have none . . . suggestion . . .
have two nights each week during which no organization activities are scheduled . . . finished homework
assignments would double, we bet.
LOCKER-ROOM BLUES . . .
As some members of the student body confided LO
us, "What is more disconcerting than having to dryone's hands with toilet tissue? And yet, that is what
I do all the time. WHERE ARE THE PAPER
TOWELS?" How do you feel about the situation?
We really can't say . . . we never wash our hands.
DEBATE COUNCIL . . .
Has finally come into its own . . . not that they
haven't been working hard these past two years . . .
but they certainly were low man on the totem pole
for quite a while in student opinion . . . congratulations on being unofficial champs of the state.
ADDITION . . .
To the list of merchants giving discounts: the Central Curtain Shop . . . looks like the school will be
wearing the "draped look" soon.
CAMPUS CHEST . . .
Starts its drive today, and we would like to make
clear once more the fact that it is not to be confused
with Community Chest . . . although a part of the
funds, ten percent, will be allocated to it. Just remember when you give your money that most of it
will go to help students like yourselves in that thev
are struggling to get an education. The difference
between you and them is that they are completely
destitute, and you are not.
PULCHRITUDE PLUS . . .
Not only did we have plenty of beauty represented
in Page last Saturday night . . . but at the same Lime
over at R.P.I., Mary Ann Reiling '54. was crowned
queen of the Inter-Fraternity Ball.
JUST A QUESTION . . .
We would like to know if Pedagogue is going to put
last year's pictures on sale this year?
the smoothest, most complete per- WITH THE CINEMA . . .
formances seen in many a Tuesday
This is no movie critic's opinion . . . but if you posnight. The play is essentially a contrast in character types and presents sibly can, go see "All About Eve" and "Kind Hearts
a real problem in characterization and Coronets" . . . for shier delight and brilliant diabecause each is from the same so- logue they really can't be beat.
cial level. The distinctions were A.F. of T. OK TA? . . .
clearly made in Tuesday's performA few of the students have been plugging the Amerance, however, and Nelly Bley's
brashness stood out in sharp con- ican Federation of Teachers and teachers unions in
trast to Prankie's desire for atten- general . . . to the extent that students in Ed. 20
tion. Roz Lacks deserves much cred- classes have brought in speakers from the SchenecBy LOU BEHRINGER
it for her ability to acquire the sym- tady local of the A.F.T. . . . next week the Teacher's
pathy of the audience in the role of Association will gel its chance . . . Wednesday's meetLast Tuesday night I called the so worldly a woman. The delineation ing raised some pretty pertinent questions and so
Playhouse to iind out about the new of the character of Albert was also should the meeting next week . . . you may not be
play which starts next Tuesday, and outstanding. The self-assuredness interested in th? question now, but you will be in n
was very fortunate to be able to he showed in scenes with Prankle few years . . . so why not drop in to the class this
talk to the author of the play, Mr. contrasted clearly with the subor- Wednesday . . . This column is completely divided on
Michael Linenthal. Mr. Llnenthal is dinate_ attitude he assumed in the the subject, or we would take some stand here.
the owner and managing director of presence "o7"Nell
"SKITSOPHRENIA" . . .
Lire Woodstock Playhouse, where his
The authenticity ol the movie and their ability to
play, "Facade," was presented last
The bartender's song was well
summer by the Margaret Webster done and did much to set the mood ad lib really proved '54 to Le ingenious . . . but I he
group. Mr. Attcrbiiry wont to of the play. It was refreshing to see Sophs had I heir assets, too . . . namely, the comedian
Woodstock to see the play and Eel Stearns in a pleasant and sym- . . . most wonderful bit of ha n acting we've seen in a
thought it was the kind of play Al- pathetic role. Let's hope he gets long time.
bany would like to see. It was en- more parts like that in the future,
thusiastically received by those who Shepard is also to be congratulated "FASTEN VOIR SAFETY MOLTS .
It's going to be a bumpy week" . . what with midsaw it in summer stock. The pcrfor- nn the fine deirree of coordination
nd mid-sems.
mance at the Albany Playhouse will achieved in tine chorus of men and senis
and mkl-sems
be attended by all the New York women customers. Their speeches
producers and a number of repre- and movements were perfectly timsentatives of movie companies.
ed to do the most to sustain the
The play itself is set in buck bay mood. Further evidence of Shepard's College
Calendar Boston, and the mood has often srnse of showmanship were I he
been compared to that of such plays carefully planned entrances and exas "The Little Foxes." The play is its. Frankle and Nelly's silhouettes
about the facades that various peo- in the doorways were most effective FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3
ple, including a Boston family, a indeed!
3:30 p. in. Hover game Slate vs. Siena, lleverwyck
Boston Irish servant, and two
Park.
Jesse Barnett's mood music, parSouthern women use to try to hide
7-11 p.m. Sorority Open Houses for Freshmen and
ticularly
noticeable
at
the
beginning
from the world and themselves the
Transfer women: Beta Zela, P.sl (lamina,
devices which secure their content- and end, did much to hold the play
Chi Sigma Theta. Gamma Kappa Phi.
ment, It states universal problems together. A simple but attractive
in concrete terms and Is ultimately set. and well planned lighting, to- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I
gether with the piano music helped
a plea for free society.
10 a.m. ('ASl)A English Council, Page Hall.
Mr. Llnenthal started to write to create and sustain the mood of
Il-h! p. in. P.s, Gumma Open House lor Slaleincn.
the
play.
"Facade" in 11)47. He Is a graduate
Hot a /.eta Open House.
of Harvard, class of 1937, and acted
Joyce Shafor's folk comedy comfor three years before entering Har- pleted Tuesday's bill. The pantoII 30-12:30 Poller club Twin Parly.
vard Law School. In 1046 he bought mime in this rather slapstick com11-11 pin Ilillel Tri-Clty Dance, Temple Israel
the Woodstock PI i.vhouse, which op- edy was especially good. Henry's ulerates every summer. Many of you mosl hypnotized responses to Dr. Sl'NDAY, NOVEMBER 5
will remember Mr. Llnenthal as Emanuel's salesmanship were amus3-5 p.in Faculty Tea ill H.i.Vles Hull
Judge Omar Gaffney In "Harvey" ing, and the characterization of the
7-10 p.in Ilillel Merlin1;, Unitarian Church
Next Sunday night at 0:46 over "hounded" father provided some of
station WPTft, Radio Council Is the most entertaining sequences ol TUESDAY, NDVEMBEIt 7
starting its first program. It's a disc the play Frank Hodge did nn adVI Noon Coininulers 1 )uj Mo\ le
jockey show of Evelyn Knl"ht re- mirable Job in achieving variety In
cordings, and is being MC.'d by Ills many lenglhv speeches although WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER H
Rulh Lelpmail and Joe Persleo. his gestures at limes seemed repctlI'J Noon HCA Chapel, Unitarian Church
People or organizations that want i.'ous. Pat draff's portrayal of the
news on the radio mav contact us "noble woman" was consistent Till ItSDAV NOVEMBER II
and we will try to get it on the air. throughout.
Vi Noon Kilic Club, 209 Draper.
Mathews Lists
Job Placements
OF Graduates
Trumpets Herald Arrival O f Queen Ginny Into Page Hall;
Bevy O f State's Beauties Preside Over Traditional Evening Events
Deans' Group, .
Guidance People
To Hold Meeting
Assembly To Discuss
Elmer C. Mathews, Director of
Teacher Placemnet Bureau, has anAdmission Difficulties,
nounced the following placements.
The list includes grauuaces oi 1950
Professional Expansion
and of previous years.
The annual meeting of the New
Florice Kline '50, Oneida Ltd.,
York State Association of Deans
editor of news on company's siland Guidance Personnel will be
verware;
Joseph
Caroseha '50,
held at the Hotel Ten Eyck ThursBerne-Knox Central School, Junior
day through Saturday, November
High English and Social Studies;
11. The theme of the meeting will
Jean Doughty '47, Bennett Junior
be " A v e n u e s of Professional
College, Millbrook, Library; John
Growth." The program of the a s Coffey '50, Phillip Livingston Junior
semblage includes speakers and disHigh School, Junior High Science;
cussions at the lunches and dinners,
Phila Tilley '50, Gilboa Central
a visit to the State Education BuildSchool, Third Grade; Ida Ambroski
ing, and general get acquainted
'50, Greenport, Fourth Grade.
gatherings among the members.
Also included are; Florence Blaska Foster '50, Port Byron Central
A group meeting of the AssociaSchool, Sixth Grade; Joseph Brention is to be held Thursday a t 3
nan '50, School 21, Albany, Fourth
p.m. and the subject to be dis-i
Grade; Marjorie Munro, Westport,
cussed is "Practical Problems oi
Connecticut, Latin and English;
Professional Growth." A coffee hour
William Pawluckie '49, Warrensfor new and old members to get
acquainted will take place at 4:30
burg, Social Studies and Guidance;
p.m. Dr. Ellen C. Stokes, Dean of
Molly Mulligan '50, Department of
Women, will act as Chairman.
Welfare, Suffolk County; James
Bolster '48, Altamont, Social Stud"Some Avenues of Professional
ies and English; Mrs. Frances
Growth" will be the subject of the
Chase '46, Southwestern Central
discussion Friday at 10 a.m. A secSchool, Celoron, Commerce; C. Joan
tional meeting of the Deans of Men
Farrell '50, Minoa, English and
i
will be held at 2 p.m. The members
Members
of
the
Queen's
Court,
L
to
R:
Kotch,
Murray,
Helbig,
Fricdhcim,
Brunnar,
Walsh,
Seymour,
Dramatics; Charles Poskanger '50,
of the Association will visit the
Fairport Central School, Junior Reimcnthal, Corcoran, Norton, Haswell and Zelanis, as they appeared in Page Saturday night.
State Department of Education at
High Science and Math, Harry
Page Hall was crowded Saturday tains parted and former queen Aud- Little Carl Brunnar walked in her 4 p.m. The theme of this visit is
the
Paige '50, Lansingburgh, English night with those who had come to rey Koch stepped forth escorted by footsteps dutifully carrying tv>o
"Know Your State Department of
and Social Studies; Henrietta Daub witness the 29th annual crowning Jeaneue Zelarns and Shirley Has- Queen's black velvet train,
Education."
'50, White Lake School, Kindergar- of the Campus Queen. A hush de- well and pages Marie deSeve and
At a respectful distance behind
Saturday, November 11 at 10 a.m.
ten;
the royal court of eight proceeded
scended on the crowd as the cur-~- Tillie Malouf.
Also placed were: Fred Baron '48,
With the blare of trumpets her- toward the stage. Lenore Corcoran the members of the Association will
New Hyde Park, English; Olivia
alding the coming of the new queen and Pauline Reimenthal, Senior be divided into two groups. At one
Yunker '50, Maine Central School,
mounted and all eyes turn- members of the court, reflected sectional meeting "College AdmisSpends tension
Junior High English; Josephine State Grad
ed to the back of the auditorium. Queen Ginny's beauty in their sion Problems" will be discussed
Young '50, Catskill High School,
last the magic moment arrived. gowns of green as they advanced while "Group Dynamics" will be
For Defense At
Social Studies 10, 12; Edward Brig- Billions
A roar of applause swept forward followed by Juniors Jeanne Sey- discussed at the other sectional
nail '50, Hammond, Commerce;
through the crowd as Queen Ginny mour and Marcia Walsh garbed in meeting. A luncheon at 12:30 p.m.
Not every State College GradCatherine Noonan '50, Clarence,
Norton made her way slowly down yellow, and pink-gowned Sopho- on Saturday will be the last offiuate will have the opportunity
Commerce; Donald Taylor '50,
the aisle robed in the traditional nioies Jeanne Heluing and nose cial gathering of the association at
to
spend
six
and
one-half
bilClarence, Library; Frank Dembroswhite gown and carrying red roses. Friedheim. Completing her court this annual meeting.
lion
dollars
in
one
year.
Not
ky '50, Stony Point, Maih; Betty
were freshmen attendants Mary
every student can make good
Hohenstein '50, Lakeshore Central
Catherine Murray and Leonora
with
the
WPA.
Not
every
stuHigh School, World History, SnanKotch dressed in pale blue.
dent
can
make
the
rise
from
ish, Introduction to Business; Franoffice
boy
to
a
prominent
govAmong the breathless spectators
ces Zinni '48, Arkport, Commerce;
ernmental offiical. But John E.
was another group of beauties which
Jean Linehart '50, Fort Plain. ComMurphy Jr. not only could, he
had ushered the audience to their
merce; Mrs. Lorna Moscrip '36, Ar- did,
seats. Composing this group of comgyle, Junior High English and SoCapital Area English Council and
Murphy, class of '37, majored
Van Derzee Hall has recently held petant ushers were Seniors Georgina
cial Studies.
in mathematics while a student
an election of officers, while New- Maginess and Jane cook, Juniors CASDA are sponsoring a meeting
here. He was also President of
man Club is making plans for their Helen Pilchcr and Pat Dcvitt, Soph- to discuss the improvement of readMyskania. While a Junior he
annual formal, it has been an- omores Mildred Foote and Joan Al- ing, according to Dr. J. Roy Newobtained the position of mesnounced by the respective house fel'-j , UU | freshmen Ann Caparis ton, English Supervisor in Milne.
The program is of interest to Engsenger boy in the WPA. This
presidents.
l i n c , ^eiln Burton.
lish teachers primarily, states Dr.
started him on the road to seAt
their
recent
elections,
the
men
After a slow-galted circuit of the Newton, but is of general importDr. C. Currlen Smith, Professor of
curing his present day occupaat
Van
Derzee
selected
the
followauditorium, the Queen and her
Education, has received a leave of
tion, comptroller in Washington
ing officers: President, Clarence Lar- court ascended the stage where ance to teachers of all subjects.
absence to act as Assistant Director
lor the six and one-half billion
The meeting will be held in Page
son, Graduate; Vice-President. Fred- Queen Ginny knelt before her
for a research program being cardollar Military Defense Assisterick Knoerzer'51; Secretary, Walter predecessor, Mrs. Audrey Koch Hall Auditorium tomorrow at 10
ried on by the Education Departance Program,
Schneller '53; and Treasurer, Robert Feathers, and received her crown. a. m. Dr. Donald Orton, Director of
ment of the University of Chicago.
He is concerned with spending
Massey '53.
Upon arising with her rather un- Education, will give the introducDuring the absence of Dr. Smith,
appropriations made by ConFred
Knoerzer
'51
is
Chairman
of
steady headpiece, State's new beau- tory speech. Dr. Helen Sullivan of
Dr. Carter Alexander, former teachgress for MDAP. This departthe
Social
Committee,
which
inty queen was greeted by a burst of Boston University will be the main
er at. Columbia State Teachers Colment must cooperate with the
Dr. Sullivan has been ascludes
Robert
Creedon
and
Richard
applause as she made her way to speaker.
lege, will take over his classes in the
Marshall Plan so that one does
sociated with Dean Durrell in the
Jacobson,
Sophomores.
her
waiting
throne
to
watch
the
Education department. Dr. Alexannot impede the activities of the
reading clinic at Boston University.
der is well known in the education
Newman Hall will hold its annual events of another Campus Day.
other.
field since he has written the book,
formal on Saturday, November 11,
"How To Locate Education Inforfrom 9 p. m. to 1 a. m., according
SAVE 10% — ON FOOD COSTS — SAVE 10%
mation and Data."
to Margaret Edwards '52, House
Directory
Selects
Cover;
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Smith,
President. Miss Edwards Invites all
Newman Club members as guests.
Instructors in English, will attend Ped Requests Sign-Up
the New York Slate Conference of
The winner ol the Directory Cov- Women will have 2 o'clock hours.
all people in Dramatics to be held cr Contest has been announced by The lolio*in,
PHONE S-191S
in Ca/.enovia, New York, tomorrow
and Sunday.
"MEET AND EAT AT THE BOUL"
Dr. James Wesley Childers, Pro- gogue, has also made an announce- et Warren, Orchestra; Teresa Perfessor of Modern Languages, was ment in regard to the students hav- ron, Refreshments; Teresa Porta,
198-K00 CENTRAL AVENUE
ALBANY, N.
Chaperones; all Juniors; and Irene
elected a council member of the ing their nanus on the yearbooks.
MEAL TICKETS
— $5.50 FOR $5.00
New York Stale Federation of ModThe Directory Cover Contest was Dick '53, Decorations.
ern Language Teachers. The council won by Arlene Blum '52. Miss
serves lo organize the teachers into Blum's design will be used on this
10% Discmint To
one group so that the alms of a year's Directory.
Students
and Faculty
language teacher can be studied and
Students who wish their names
the various methods may be im- on their ,\earbooks may sign up at a
proved.
bootli outside of the Commons,
Monrluy or Tuesday. The cost for 150 Central Ave.
(12-0221
y morning our selection of Christmas cards will
General Elecltic Representative
tills addition to the cover of the
Open Evenings Until 9:00
To Present M a t h Club Lectutc
yearbook will be fifty cents states
go on sale. It's not as early as you may think—only
•16 more shopping days until Christmas,
Math Club will hold Us next Miss Mitchell.
about
meeting November 1-1 at 7:30 p. in.,
A complete selection of cards in every price range
according to Daniel Tauroney '51.
Curds Can He Imprinted
President. At this time Mr. J. W.
Hales: 1-25 cards (one line) $1.00
You
May
Still
Purchase
Cross of the General Electric ComEach additional card $.01
pany will speak to the club on
25c additional Hal charge lor 2 lines
"Quality Control."
The place of the meeting will lie
posted on the Math Club bulletin
board In the near future.
Newman Slafes
Annual Formal
faculty
Council Sponsors
English Meeting
footnoted,
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3 , 1 9 S 0
STATE COLLEGE N E W S .
4
Tabulation Results
Q u o t a = 360 X 100 + 1 =
1 +
18001
1
5600
11000
3500
7400
7600
900
2
6300
11800
13800
17300
8500
8200
1200
10200
9800
2200
14400
'4300
9300
Total
Vice-President
Ferguson
Massi
Relgle
Taylor
Walker
Zongrone
Blanks
36000
2
36000
3
36000
4
36000
5
36000
9700
3400
9400
5600
6100
1800
U000
12400
15700
25700
10100
5900
6800
2200
11900
15500
8500
3200
4800
10300
36000
2
6100
5600
6800
6600
3400
4100
36000
3
6500
6700
7300
6800
36000
4
6900
7300
9600
7600
36000
5
3600O
6
36000
7
'8400
11200
9200
13700
11200
17500
3400
4200
4600
7200
11100
18500
Total
Treasurer
Alpern
Pinnen
Hewlett
Lehan
Milham
Rehdler
Roosh
Blank
1
5200
5600
6300
6300
3100
4000
2900
2600
"4500
36000
Total
36000
36000
4
Songleader
1 2
3
Brown
5200
5300
6100 6800
G i a n n o n e .... 2200
2300
4700 5000
4500
3900 4200 4400
17600 21100
-.
„ .,
ol ,
9700 10000 10400 11100 12100 13500 14500
T h e S t a t e College Association of
3500
3400 3400
3200 3400
G r a d u a t e S t u d e n t s has organized
2500 2000 2700
several committees, according to
1600
6700 !'.'."'.'.'." .."....... Douglas Higglns, President of t h e
4900 5900
3500 3800 3800 4500
association. T h e committees
are
3400 3600 3900
3100 3300
3800 5900 8000 14900 Constitutional, Social, Public R e l a 1800 2000 3000
1100
1100
tions, a n d F i n a n c i a l .
36000
1 n e Constitutional Committee, u n Total
36000 36000 36000 36000 360OO 36000 36000 36000
6
der
t h e c h a i r m a n s h i p of F r a n c i s
4
5
3
2
Cheerleader
1
4000 T a o r m i n a , will establish a c o n s t i t u 4000
3900
3900
3700
Bertin
3600
6300 tional framework for t h e Associa5900
5800
5400
5300
Caparis
5300
2900 tion. Lee Phillips will act as c h a i r 2800
2800
2700
2700
Colombe
2700
4000 m a n for t h e Social C o m m i t t e e
4000
3700
3600
3300
Duprey
3200
which will plan and conduct t h e
Kane
500
social functions.
1900
1800
1800
Murray
1800
5700
5600
T h e Public Relations Committee,
5200
4900
4805
Morlettl
4700
with
P a t L a m b as c h a i r m a n , will
1000
Parrette
1000
8200 concern itself with the publicity of
'7600
7400
'740b
7300
Payne
7100
2200
t h e Association. Mary C h e a t h a m
1900
1900
1900
Raynor
1900
will serve as c h a i r m a n of the F i n 1300
1200
Smith
1200
2800
2900 ance Committee which will h a n d l e
2500
2200
2100
Truesdale
2100
1100
1500 all finances in cooperation with t h e
900
900
900
Blank
900
Secretary-Treasurer,
Anne
Herr36000 m a n n .
36000
36000
36000
36000
Total
36000
9
10
u
n
8
7
Scholarships Available;
4600
Bertin
4100
9100
10700
13800
20500 Offer Study In Mexico
7700
Caparis
7100
Colombe
3200
T h e Fulbright P r o g r a m has been
5500
"4600
Duprey
4600
enlarged to include several scholar8400
7500
6400
Morlettl
5800
ships available for Americans to
13600
11100
9900
9300
Payne
8800
15500 study in Mexico, according to Dr.
8600
5800
3400
4000
Blanks
2400
J a m e s Wesley Childers, Professor of
36000 Modern
Languages.
Competitions
J6000
36000
36000
36000
Total
36000
3
for these scholarships will close No2
1
Secretary
27700 vember 20.
17500
. 15100
Bethca
Only a few scholarships are avail14300
9600
Mackes
able to Spanish speaking countries.
8600
Martin
8300 S t u d e n t s interested in this p r o g r a m
4200
2700
Blanks
should contact Childers.
36000
36000
. 36000
Total
Kappa Phi Kappa Plans Meeting
5
4
3
2
1
Publicity Director
K a p p a Phi K a p p a will have a
24800
16900
14400
13700
12600
Averson
meeting Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the
12400
10300
9100
8700
Dean
Lounge, according to A r t h u r P e d r r 3800
3400
SalUman
son '50, President. T h e main topic of
6100
5300
4900
Smith
business for this meeting will be the
2800
Surtes
6700
11200 election of new members.
5200
4100
3600
Blanks
Klelnhomer
Kosinskt ,.
Olenyk ....
P a t r i c k ....
Preston ....
26700 Rasey
S n y a e r ....
B l a n k s ....
President
Bookjans
Clemente
Floyd
McManus
Warr
Blanks
1
2500
9200
3100
8900
5000
5600
1700
36000
36000
36000
36000
9
7
8
6
5
7400 7800 8900 10400
"A Clean Place To Eat"
Waldorf Cafeteria
167 Central Ave.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Total
Frosh
S t u d e n t Council
Bennett
Bishop
Bush
Call
Cossaboon
Dickov
Eckstein
Gardinier
Griff
Hyka
Hoppey
Jacobus
Labouseur
Lull
Lutsky
Scott
Shands
Seigel
Semmler
Welner
Whittle
Blanks
Total
Bennett
Bishop
Bush
Call
Cosasboon
Dickov
Hoppey
Labouseur
Lull
Shands
Seigel
Welner
Whittle
Blanks
Total
m, New J e r s e y , t h e r e is
friendly
gathering
of
P r i n c e t o n students at t!u• C.umpus
C e n t e r . A n d as in university camp u s luuiiits e v e r y w h e r e
Coca-Cola
helps
miiku these
gct-
nuuse
from
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3 . 1 0 8 0
RAOE 8
KB Defeats KDR, 7-0;
Fallek Sets Up Score
Angels Rout Jets;Booters Face Siena Today;
Air Offensive
Seek To Win Fifth Straight
Aids Triumph
Mike Biloz once more took t h e
Defensive Ploy
El,
ooccer eleven
Angels to victory on t h e s t r e n g t h of
State
Keglers
Freshmen Namehis
right a r m as he completed 19 out
Highlights Game
of 30 passes. He tossed five T D P ' s
Attempts Repeat
and scored a n o t h e r touchdown on a Pace League,
MAA Board
Last F r i d a y afternoon the I n t r a m u r a l Football League experienced
its first major upset of the year as
a n inspired K B team defeated KDR,
7-0. T h e g a m e was the most vicious
played t h u s far. Bruising blocks and
h a r d r u n n i n g featured t h e offenses
of both clubs. During t h e first hah",
both t e a m s punched their way to
within t h e opponents' t e n - y a r d line
several times; but both teams lacked
t h a t final touchdown drive and the
half ended scoreless.
K B moved deep into K D R territory in t h e third period but once
again t h e defenders staved off the
scoring t h r u s t . After moving the
ball to midfield on runs by S m i t h
and G o r m a n , KDR's Bill Wiley took
to t h e air a n d Max Fallek intercepted his first toss and returned to
the 8-yard line. After two t h r u s t s
a t the line, Abel B l a t t m a n followed
Don Cohen and Gerald Friedholz
around his own right end for the
game's only score. B l a t t m a n passed
to Fallek for t h e extra point.
K D R Rallies
T h e K D R team rallied strongly
but t h e K B defense led by Mort
F r a n k cut off their last period rush
as G o r m a n ' s fourth down pass fell
incomplete in the end zone. T h e
victors took over and r a n the clock
out on a series of line smashes.
Both these teams must face the
undefeated F i n k s and if K D R has
any hope of retaining the Page League C h a m p i o n s h i p they must defeat the Finks in their game which
is to be played on Page field today.
A victory today would assure eithe:
of these t e a m s of at leas', a tie for
the league crown.
KDR
0 f 0 0- 0
KB
0 0 0 7—7
Finks Win 7-0
As Yale Shines
In one of the hardest fought
games of the I n t r a m u r a l football
season the Finks slugged out a 7-0
victory over Thurlow Hall to remain
unbeaten.
One play, a long pass to Yole,
turned a scoreless game into a victory in a contest marked not only
by h a r d blocking but by flying fists.
T h i s pass came midway In the second q u a r t e r and caught the T h u r low safety off guard. Several times
earlier in t h e game this long pass
play was tried but each time the
play was broken up; however when
Thurlow relaxed for a minute the
Finks capitalized on the break.
T h e game was far from ended a t
this point as the game went into
the last half, play grew rougher and
Thurlow, but for a few bad breaks
would have tied the game. Outside
of the touchdown score the Finks
weren't able to advance far against
the hard fighting line of the losers.
T h e only gains they made were on
several short passes. Thurlow drove
toward the Fink's goal several times
but the Finks capitalized on the
breaks and slopped them.
Kinks
0 7 0 0—7
Thurlow
0 0 0 0 0
SLS Downs Thurlow In Thriller;
Dicks Shines On Pass Defense
Sl.S defeated Thurlow yesterday
in a hard fought and evenly m a t c h ed game. T h e game was mostly a
defensive one us evidenced by the
6-0 score. However, both teams had
several c h a n c e s to '•core but they
were either stopped by their owe.
mistakes or t h e clock
T h e lone score came late in the
first hall on a short puss from la's
l.evlness to Bob Pel rule. The .score
was the climax of a drive that
started at niiclfleld and hit paydirt m six plays.
Both tennis showed a very weak
passing attack but Sl.S gained a
sli 'hi. ('due in this department because of two timely Interceptions b\
Oi'nn i' Dicks.
Tlic game ended as Thurlow failed
to score on four downs from five
yards out.
Representative
9-yard buck to pace t h e St. Mary's
men to their third straight win, a
39-6 victory over t h e J e t s .
T h e Jets rocked the Angels with
a quick T D as Duffus romped 23
yards "untouched" t h r o u g h the entire Angel team with t h e game only
m i n u t e old. S m i t h was s m o t h one
ered on the extra point try. T h e
losers completely outplayed their
opponents in the first period as
73017
they blocked an Angel p u n t and r e covered on t h e 11-yard line. T h e
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2100 2200 defenses a t this point and yielded
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1100 1200 Biloz completed four out of five
1900 2200 passes to move t h e length of t h e
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field. T h e pay-off play was a six-
T o m Hoppey has been elected as
freshman representative to MAA
Council in elections held Tuesday.
Ronald Rockhill, President of MAA,
has released the election results.
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Beat Siena 2-1
Wednesday night, State's Bowling
team defeated Siena a t t h e l a t t e r ' s
home alleys to forge into a tie for
t h e league leadership with Siena,
each boasting a 8 and 4 record.
T h e league standings as of this
writing are as follows:
Team
W L
State
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4
Siena
8
4
ABC
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5
Pharmacy
1 11
T h e first game rolled was t a k e n
by Siena by t h e close margin of 16
pins. In this game not one m a n on
either team rolled a 170 game or better.
T h e second game turned out to be
a r i g h t - d o w n - t o - t h e - e n d game, b e ing decided by the last three pins.
Led by C a r m e n Corsl, who picked
up a 5, 7, 8 split in t h e last frame,
a n d with the clutch bowling of Don
McDonald, S t a t e came from behind
to eke out the Indians.
I n the third game, without t h e
benefit of 200 game, t h e Peds rolled
on to victory, and in doing so set up
a new one game high of 930 pins.
Burt and McDonald were i n s t r u mental in setting the record as they
both rolled games in the o n e - n i n e ties.
Last week's league statistics show
t h a t Don McDonald leads the league with a 185 average, and t h a t a n other S t a t e s m a n holds t h e r u n n e r up spot with a substantial 174.
T h e individual scores are as follows:
1
2
3 To.
State
Burt
.... 168 153 192 513
Cassetta
.... 154 115 179 443
.... 165 150 181 496
Sinkledam
Corsl
.... 161 186 187 534
McDonald
.... 141 166 191 408
yarder to Don Burns. J u s t before
200 the half ended a pass, Biloz to
J o h n s o n , set the stage for a n o t h e r
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T D P with B u r n s on t h e receiving
end again. Hawkins scored the extra
4
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Feerbach
2000
Hoppey
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T h e game turned into a rout as
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Sloth
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after an interception by Eckstrum
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9. T h e seventh point was added by
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Blanks
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Herb Egert got tho extra point try.
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After the first period the Jet ofHarris Lists W A A Vote Results fense was completely bottled up.
O u t s t a n d i n g for the losers on the
Phyllis
Harris,
President
of defense were P a t Carlo and Joe
WAA, has announced the results of Derby.
Tuesday's WAA frosh election. WAA
Totals
.... 789 770
6 0 0 0-6
Representative is R u t h Richter and .lets
1
2
Siena
0 13 12 14—39 Hochberg
WAA Manager will be Audrey Burke. Angels
.... 158 117
Searchfield ........ 168 141
.... 162 151
Kennedy
.... 162 158
Riehl
.... 156 200
Goldie
Clark
Arsenault
200
Angels Trounce All Stars, 25-0;
Biloz Passes, R.aces ror Scores
T h e Angels rolled over the Capitol
District All Stars, 25-0, T h u r s d a y
to record their second win of the
season. T h e winners registered three
quick scores in the first half and
coasted home in the last half. Mike
Biloz passed 22 yards to Bob Brown
for the first tally. Pour plays later
Harry Johnson blocked Pete Giordano's punt and recovered on the
7-yard line. Two hikes later Biloz
flipped to Pete Hawkins for the second .score of the game. In the second
stanza, log runs by Ed Adamo anil
Hawkins put the ball on the CDAS'
18-ynrd line and from this point Biloz rifled a ten yurder to Don Burns
who carried over for the TD. A pass
to "Old Herb" Egert accounted for
the n i n t e e n t h point of the first half.
With darkness h a m p e r i n g plays in
the second half, the St. Mary's crew
unveiled a fair running attack as
they moved the pigskin 50 yards to
t h e A l l - s t a r 5. Fine defensive play
by Duncomb and Ryder inspired the
CDAS team and they held for downs.
After an exchange of punts, J o h n son, a demon on defense all afternoon, intercepted a pass by Charlie
Ventimiglia and returned it 31 yards
to the Ail-Star 20. On the next play,
Biloz plunged up the middle for the
final six-pointer. Bob Brown got
the key block on this play as he
erased 3 defenders with one block.
Aiifjols
12 7 6 0—25
CDAS
0 0 0 0—0
(Continued from Page 1, Column S>
of these goals in t h e opener and
s h u t out the S t a t e s m e n . Therefore
t h e "Peds" have collected twenty
goals in their last four contests
while their opponents were hitting
pay-airt only five times.
Al C a n n o n a n d R e d McCormick
are two transfer s t u d e n t s who came
to S t a t e with a little h i g h school experience in soccer plus a lot of h u s tle and spirit. B o t h of these boys
were subs during t h e beginning of
t h e season but due to t h e improved
play t h a t they h a v e shown, they
were elevated to t h e first squad.
T h e freshman class h a s m a d e
their presence felt on t h e soccer
squad
also. Howie
Fennenbach,
Ralph Adams, Phillip Billings, and
Jim Bliss are all out for t h e squad.
F e n n e n b a c h played his first full
game of college soccer a g a i n s t t h e
Siena " I n d i a n s " and held t h e m
scoreless as goalie. Adams h a s played an aggressive type of ball and
through his efforts t h e " P e d s " a t tack has been very devastating. Billings and Bliss are subs for the first
team but see plenty of action in
every game. They have furnished
Coach Garcia with t h e d e p f h t h a t
he must have for a winning squad.
Every member of t h e squad h a s
done an excellent job. T h e spirit and
hustle counled with some fine coaching have aided in every victory. T h e
boys certainly deserve t h e support
of the school in trying to win their
last two games. Let's all go up to
Beverwyck today at 3 p. in. and cheer
our boys to their fifth stratghS win.
KB Rips VDZ,
Scores 7 Times;
Blattman Shines
930 ?489
Tuesday, KB, sparked by the fine
3
To. play of Abe B l a t t m a n , rolled to its
275 second straight s h u t o u t by a score
303 of 45-0. T h e Van Derzee club, never
199 512 in contention, was completely out157 477 played and outweighed. T h e weight
158 514 was extremely obvious in the line
136 136 where KB averaged a 30-pound edge
166 166 per man.
K B scored on its first play from
Totals
806 767 816 2389 scrimmage as B l a t t m a n raced over
his right tackle for 30 yards. He
repeated this very same play the
next time KB got the ball, and it
looked as if KB was out to set a
new scoring high. However, the
VDZ defenses tightened until one
minute before the end of the quarter
T h e h a r d work continues as t h e when Fallek Intercepted a pass and
24 varsity and junior varsity squad ran 15 yards for a T D .
In the second half, K B , using its
members meet with Coach H a t h away and Bill Englehart in Page first string backs, quickly added a n Hall for daily practice sessions. other 12 points to its lead. Nate F a l There are nine veterans r e t u r n i n g lek, en an end around play raced
to the squad, Bob Brown, Paul C a r - from his own territory to t h e VDZ
ter, Max Fallek, Bob Hausner, Al 10-yard stripe. Two plays later he
K a e h n , Bob Tabor, Jim Warden, caught a short pass on t h e 1-yard
Abel B l a t t m a n , and Art Goldin. line and fell over for the score. KB
Newcomers to the team this year got its next touchdown when Herby
are: Bob Bitgood, Hank Hull, Pete Thier grabbed a short pass in the
Teller, Bill Walker, J o h n Zongrove, end zone.
T h e final score in '.he game was
J o h n Allasio, Jim Bennett, T o m
Hoppey, Charlie Button, Al c a n n o n , registered on a run by Slakter in
J o h n Centra, Jim Fox, Bob H a r t - the closing minutes of play.
T h e only thing commendable in
man, Claude Palczak, Rog Ryan, Bob
Sturm, and George Wood. Of these, the V D Z ' a t t a c k was the r a n ef
the varsity Is made up of Brown, Jaeobson and the fine catches of
Carter, Fallek, Hausner, Kaehn, T a - Robinson. Robinson snared three
bor, Warden, Hull, Teller, Walker, 40-yard heaves and all were when
he was well covered,
Zangrove, and Hoppey.
Hathaway Drills
Veteran Squad
The Ped Booters - Here They Are
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STATt COLLEGE NEWS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1 9 8 0
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Red Cross Holds
Two Conferences
Two college Red Cross conferences were held in Albany over the
week-end. A Red Cross Council of
four colleges of the Capital District had a meeting Priaay. Red
Cross units from many colleges In
New York State met for a conference Saturday.
The first Red Cross College Unit
Area Council in New York State
was organized Friday at the Red
Cross Chapter House in Albany.
The Area Council will meet Thursday to organize future programs
between the four colleges.
Saturday the New York State
Conference of College Units was
held at the Chapter House in Albany. Delegates from various colleges
in New York State were present to
discuss and compare their Red
Cross College Unit programs. Joyce
Dodge Clor, Grad., represented State
College.
In the afternoon meeting of the
State Conference of College Units
Mrs. Hulda Hubbell, E.U.S.A. College Unit Director, presented the
Cross College
Unit
programs.
College Unit Charter for New York
State College for Teachers to Mrs.
Clor.
You don't have to go to Town
Hall to hear some of "the season's
best musical entertainment." The
Bach Aria Group, after presenting
Judges Elect Officers
By Elimination Process
(Continued from Page 1, Column I)
bers of Student Council from the
fitshman class. Of the four candidates who were elected, Bennett led
the first distribution. From the
eighth distribution, Hoppey maintained a lead whicn he was to hold
until the quota was reached in the
16th distribution. Bennett reached
his quota in the 18th distribution,
Call and Bush were elected as a
reslut of the process of elimination. Hawkins and Dionne, Sophomores, took the leads for Student
Council representatives and maintained them throughout.
Candidates who did not reach
their quota were elected by elimination according to the lowest number
of votes until one person remained
and therefore was declared elected,
according to Englehart.
a program at Town Hall, Tuesday,
will give the identical performance
in Page Hall, Wednesday, November 15 at 8:30 p.m. The program
will feature rarely heard music from
the Bach cantatas.
This music, "refreshing and
simple',' quoting from the New York
Times, is performed by an ensemble
of musicians, under the direction of
William H. Scheide, who have been
working together for more than
three years. There are nine members, many of them experts in their
own fields: Julius Baker, flute;
Robert
Bloom, oboe;
Bernard
Greenhouse, 'cello; Maurice Wilk,
violin; Jean Carlton, soprano; Robert Harmon, tenor; Margaret Tobias, alto; Norman Farrow, bassbaritone; and Sergius Kagen, piano.
Other activities designed by the
Group to celebrate the Bi-Centennial death of John Sebastian Bach
in 1750 include a weekly broadcast
on NBC and a series of concert
tours. In addition, a motion picture.
"A Time for Bach," has been released which was highly praised at
the Edinburgh Festival last summer.
Elmer C. Mathews, Director of
Teacher Placement Bureau has released information concerning registration with the Bureau. Registration, active or inactive, is required for all Graduate Students,
Commerce Seniors, and Seniors
graduating in January, states Mathews.
Those students mentioned above
are requested to pick-up their folder material at the Bureau, Room
107 Draper. They are urged by
Mathews to do so at their earliest
convenience. December registration
will include other Seniors.
Student Council Discusses Keys,
Conference Lines, Campus Chest
The assembly agenda for today,
key lines, conference lines and student use of the Lounge were discussed at Student Council meeting
Wednesday night.
Student Council instructed the
committee investigating key lines in
student organization budgets to
continue the investigations.
Agenda for assembly today includes a program presented by the
Campus
Chest Drive.
Vasiliki
Pantelakos '52, is Chairman of the
drive at State College.
The Junior and Sophomore classes have set quorums for their class
meetings according to the Class
Presidents. Members of the Sophomore class who owe their dues are
requested by the class treasurer to
pay them.
Harvey Robinson '52, President of
the Junior class, announces that a
quorum of 40 members has been
set for the class meetings.
According to David Palmer '53,
President of the Sophomore class,
a quorum of 57 students was set for
the class meetings. Members of the
Sophomore class who have not paid
their class dues will have a chance
to do so. Dues are payable in
Room 38, Richardson, on Tuesdays
or Thursdays, 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., or
to John Lannon '53, Treasurer.
Myskania Releases Warnings
For Second Offenses To Frosh
The following freshmen have received second warnings for violation
of State College traditions: Richard
Averson, Phillip Billings, Marvin
Chernoff, Donald Krug, Rosemary
McNally, and Dennis Marvin. A
third violation of a tradition will
necessitate an apology before the
Student Assembly.
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Informal Dance
All But Lives
Includes Movie,
W i l l End Drive Sell
"Going once . . . going twice
that box of cookies goes
Freshmen Sing
For Chest Funds .to. .theandyoung
lady in the corner.
51 guage nylons to the gentleman with the polka dot tie."
The auctioneers were beside
themselves
selling
virtually
everything but tobacco at the
Chinese Auction.
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Program Features
Noted Musicians
Student Council greeted the new
members Wednesday evening and
has requested that they perform
the initiation duties for next week's
meeting. The agenda for this week's
Campus Chest will hold its beneThe Bach Aria Group will appear
assembly will include a film about
in Page Hall Wednesday at 8:30
fit dance tonight from 8 p.m. to
State College to be shown by Dr.
Did
you
spend
your
noons
p.m. under the auspices of Music
midnight. The decoration theme of
Floyd Henrickson, Professor of Edstudying for mid-sems? Well,
Council. The program will be chothe affair will be a bandwagon with
ucation,
the
freshman
sing
and
posdon't tear your hair out. It's
sen from the treasury of rarelymusical instruments but the music
sibly
some
freshman
apologies.
The tentative schedule for rivalry heard music from the Bach Cannot hopeless yet. How about that
will be provided by a victrola.
The
rivalry
committee
has
requestevents for the remainder of this tatas.
long-dreamed rhumba lesson—
During the intermission, Dr. Evan
a la Purdy; a wash job on your ed the addition of four new mem- semester has been released by the
This organization has won a
bers. Mary Borys and David Manly, Rivalry Committee, according to
Ft. Collins' contribution to the Camfilthy hot rod—Jai style; eating
unique reputation for itself by its
pus Chest drive will be auctioned off
from the hands of Don Ely (he's Juniors, and Jeanne Hatch and Helmuth Schultze '51, Chairman. concerts in leading music centers
by L. Joseph Purdy '51. Dr. Collins
up for waitcring); that term David Weatherby, Seniors, were Committee meetings are held every like New York's Town Hall, and
elected to fill the positions.
has contributed a ship which he
Wednesday at noon in Draper 111.
paper perfectly typed by Mary
Library of Congress in WashTo Improve Commons Appearance All these meetings are open to the the
carved in a bottle. This has been on
Eade; hula-ha-ing with Harris.
ington, D. C. They have just comIt
has
been
noted
that
our
Comdisplay in the State College Co-op
student body, and all suggestions pleted thirty-one Sunday morning
Or are you simply bored with
mons needs some improvements and and criticisms are welcomed.
show case in the hall.
NBC Network broadcasts which
life in general? Opportunity
it was suggested that some new
At present the committee is work- were praised for the presentation of
knocks—dates within the grasp banners be added. William Wiley '52.
Name Committees
ing
on
improving
Rivalry
as
a
whole,
an "almost untapped wealth of
of nickels. Even the BOTTLE
Co-chairmen of the affair are
was appointed to take charge of this. and they request that all people who sheer melody and tone color, some
awaits you. All these arc yours
Mary Maguire and Jess Barnet,
It was also cuggested that the rival- are dissatisfied with the present set- of the most glorious music ever
if you're the highest bidder of
Victoria Eade and Joan Titus, Junry scoreboard be moved to a more (Continued on Page 6, Column U written."
the Campus Chest Dance.
iors are in charge of entertainment
noticeable place.
To Commemorate Bi-Centennial
and decorations, respectively. DougRae Dionne '53, and Sonja Bush
Commemorating the Bi-Centenlas Nielson '53 will be in charge of
'54. have been appointed to take
nial of Johann Sebastian Bach's
refreshments and Stewart Gates '51,
charge of signing up students who
death in 1750, a motion picture enwill take care of the door.
wish to travel by train in groups at
titled "A Time for Bach" which
reduced rates. Joan Bennett '52, was
The guests of honor at the affair
features the Bach Aria Group was
made
permanent
head
of
thecomwill be Dr. and Mrs. Evan R. Colreleased. It is now being shown
mittee investigating student dislins. The price of admission is $.30
abroad and plans are under way for
counts from the Albany merchants.
for stags and $.50 for couples.
its presentation on a national scale
Debate Council has requested a $750
in this country.
Chinese Auctions Swell Fund
increase in their allotment from the
State
College
sororities
and
fratList Ensemble
Campus Chest has placed their
Board of Finance in order ernities have scheduled rush parties
The Advanced Dramatics class will Student
bandwagon, and have set up a desk
The ensemble has been working
to
carry
on
debates
with
major
collo be held before Thanksgiving. together
to collect contributions outside of again hold two one-act plays Tues- leges.
for three years. The group,
Moreover,
Gamma
Kappa
Phi
is
the Commons. The drive has also day in Page Hall at 8:30 p.m.
under the direction of William H.
Alfred
Clemcnte
'54,
has
automatplanning
a
formal
dance,
Phi
Delta
Scheide, includes: Julius Baker,
held Chinese auctions in the Com- Thomas Holrnan '52 has chose a so- ically become a member of the rivmons during the noon hours which cial tragedy for his presentation alry committee since he is President and Alpna Epsilon Phi are to have Flute; Robert Bloom, Oboe; Jean
open
houses,
and
Beta
Zeta
is
Carlton, Soprano; Norman Farrow,
have netted very good proceeds while Dorothy Simons '52 will offer cf the freshman class. Raymond
scheduling a date party. Among the Bass-baritone;
Bernard
Greenwhich will go toward the goal of a Spanish comdey.
Call '54. was appointed to take fraternities, Sigma. Lambda Sigma house, Cello; Robert Hermon, Ten$1500 set by the Campus Chest
Written by Ibsen, Hotmail's play charge of the bulletin board out- is holding its annual party. "Le Rat or; Sergius Kagen, Piano; Margaret
Drive, according to Vasiliki Pantelis "ghost" set in the 1890's. The cast side the Lounge. This bulletin Morte," and Kappa Beta is to have Tobias, Alto; and Maurice Wilk, Viakos '52, Chairman of the drive.
includes: Martha Downey and board was set up so that groups a vie party.
olin.
The annual fall weekend of GamGeorge Kline, Seniors; Henry Smith would know when the Lounge will
Admission for students is by stube
open
for
their
use.
ma Kappa Phi, consisting of a date dent tax ticket. Tickets for students
'52; Barbara Newcombe and Walparty and a formal dance, will be are available at music stores or at
ter Gooddell, Sophomores. The comheld on November 17 and 18, ac- the State College Co-Op.
mittees consist of: Lights, Marvin
Titus
To
Fill
Vacancy
cording to Royann Salm '51, PresiPoons '51; Props, Joyce Shafer;
dent. At a tea last Sunday, the soPublicity , Patricia Graff; House,
rority welcomed its new honorary
Sara Danzis; Costumes, Marion As Primer Editor
faculty members: Joseph Garcia, InGorskie; Sets, Florence Kloser, all
Joan Titus '52, has been chosen structor in Physical Education;
Juniors.
Editor-in-Chief of Primer to fill George D. Lillibridge, Instructor in
The annual conference of the InMiss Simons' play takes place in I he vacancy caused by the resigna- Social Studies; Dr. Donald A. Orton,
ter-Collegiate Association of State a park, where two old lovers meet. tion of Phillip Miller '51. Others Professor of Education; and Dr.
Evelyn Kamke '52, Co-Captain
Teachers colleges will be held to- The cast is as follows: Evelyn An- chosen to complete the staff are Lois V. Williams, Instructor in Anof the Varsity Cheerleaders, has reday and tomorrow at Predonia derson '52, Frederick Knoerzer '51, Eleanor Tweedie '52, Business Man- cient Languages.
leased the names of those who made
State Teachers College. The Student Ruth Dunn, Thomas Hughes, Soph- ager; Harrison Bartle '52, Literary
Phi Delta will hold an open house
Association delegates are Mary omores. The committee are as fol- Editor; and Beverly Thivierge '51, for Statesmen tomorrow from 8:30 the Varsity and Junior Varsity
Cheerleadlng squads. The judges
Eade '51, Mary Borys and John lows: Sets, Donald Putterman; Art Editor.
to 12 p. m., it. has been announced who selected the girls were IsBowker, Juniors, and Rose Mary Props, Sara Danzis; Make-up, DaMiss Titus announces that the by Joan DeVlnny '53. Chairman.
abelle Johnston and Merlin HathKeller '53.
vid Manley; Costumes, David Shep- deadline for manuscripts is DecemAccording to Eileen Brooks '51,
Instructors in Physical Edu'llie aim of the ICA is to estab- rad; Lights, Dorothea Harding; ber first. The contest for cover de- Chairman, Alpha Epsilon Phi Is also away,
cation, Phyllis Harris and Patricia
lish and maintain a closer rela- Publicity, Florence Kloser, Juniors, sign is still in effect according to planning an open house tomorrow Jai,
Seniors, Evelyn Kamke '52, and
Miss Titus.
tionship among the New York Stale iors.
from 8:30 to 12 p. m.
Marjorie Baker '53.
Teachers Colleges and to further
II has been stated by Jeanette
The members of the varsity squad
the profession in New York state.
Zelanis '51, Chairman, that Beta are: Evelyn Kamke and Marjorie
The eleven colleges represented are
Zeta has scheduled a date party for Baker, Co-Captains, Ruth Dunn and
those at Potsdam, Plaltsburgh,
tomorrow from 8 to 12 p. m. Com- Jean Helblng, Sophomores, Ann
Bruckporl, Predonia, Genesco, Bufmittee heads Include: Evelyn Gross Caparis and Ann Columbe, freshfalo, New Paltz, Oswego, Oneonta,
'51, Arrangements; Sally McCain '52, men.
Cortland, and Albany.
Clean-up; ami Marie Prochilo '53,
Those who made the junior varEach year discussion topics are
Refreshments.
Signum Laudis, the Honorary
sity squad are: Marie deSeve and
.selected from the list submitted by Scholastic Society of the New York
(Continued on Page (\, Column 21 Marilyn Burke, Sophomores, Gloria
each member college. This year Slate College for Teachers elects to
Jean Migliore, Nancy Parrette, Glathere will be a. discussion group on membership the four percent of the
dys Smith, and Nina Bruno, freshStudent Government which will in- Junior class having the highest avmen.
clude .structure, functions, and erage each March. The next four
iiiiioiiiil of student, participation. percent of the class in scholastic
Dancing, Singing W i l l Highlight
Miss Keller will attend meetings of standing arc elected lo membership
Newman Hall will hold its annual Commuters' Club Informal Party
this group There will be a group in October of the senior year.
formal tomorrow night from 9 p.m.
discussing I he ICA Constitution reCommuters' Club will hold an Into 1 a.m.. according to Margaret formal
vision. Miss Eade will represent
party tomorrow night in the
Dr. Evan R. Collins, President, reEdwards
'52,
House
President.
WomStale nl tin' meetings of this group. vealed lasl week in assembly that,
lounge from 8 to 11 p.m., accorden
will
have
2
o'clock
hours.
Both of these discussions will con- for the Class of 1051 the second
ing to Paul LeBrtin '51, chairman
The I heme of this dance will be of the affair. Dancing, games, and
(Continued on Page a, Columns) lour percent in scholastic standing
"Stardust" with music provided by singing are planned for the evening
are: Sue Gallo, Lois Holland, ElDuncan Dunbar's Band from Rens- and refreshments will be served.
meda
Kibling,
Paul
Kirseh,
Nancy
Schultze Releases Replacements;
selaer Polytechnic Institute. Teresa
Members of Commuters' Club will
Passarelli,
Frederic
Paul,
Raymond
Perron '53, who is in charge of re- be admitted by showing their memWratherby Leads Facilities Board
Rapacz, Robert Reno, and Robert
freshments, has headed plans for a bership cards and each member will
Replacement appointments, and Roulier.
Bubble Room downstairs which will be able lo bring one guest.
the cancellation of a party have been
be used as a refreshment lounge.
Gloria
C. Caminaruta,
SupThe student with the highest avannounced by Helnuith Schultze,
Other committees in charge of the ervisor of French In the Milne
President ol the Class of 1B51, Da- erage in the first eight percent o
dance are as follows: Eugenia Ccrelli. School, will chuperone,
vid Weatherby '51 has been elected the class scnolastlcally who becomes
Genera! Chairman; Margaret Warchairman of the Student Facilities the president of the society and reren. Orchestra: Theresa P:>rta, Pi Gamma Mu Elects Officers
ceives
the
award
of
twenty
dollars
Hoard
chapei'ones, Juniors; Irene Dick
JOAN
I\IIT(
1I1IL
'51
Pi Gamma Mu has recently electEvelyn Wolfe and Barbara Ben- is Joan Mltchi 11.
'53, Decorations. Chaperones for the
son were appointed to the senior
al fair will be Joseph Garcia, In- ed its officers, according lo Michael
The
initiation
parly
and
meeting
La Manna '51, President The new
positions of secretary and publicity
Professor of Latin, will present I he structor in Physical Education unci officers are Gerald Dunn, Vicedirector respectively. The Senior will be held Tuesday, November 14, ribbons.
Mrs
(iarcia
and
Wilbur
Hoxle.
InParty scheduled for tonight has al VanDer/.ee Hall. Dr. Milton G.
structor in Spanish, and Mrs. president; Sally Dltmars, Secretary;
Refreshments wi
and Sue Gallo, Treasurer, Seniors.
been cancelled in favor of the Cam- Nelson, Dean, will welcome I he new fore the meeting. 1 be served be- Hoxle.
members and Dr. Edith O. Wallace,
pus Chest, Dance.
Name Maquire, Barnet
Co-Chairmen Of Benefit
AD To Offer
Social Tragedy,
Spanish Comedy
Schultze Slates
First Semester
Rivalry Events
Greets Schedule
Rush Festivities,
Formal Dance
Release Names
O f Cheerleaders
Newman Holl Plans
First Formal Dance
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Music Council To Present
Bach Aria Group Recital
Mitchell Heads Honorary Society
OMPARE CHESTERFIELD
WITH ANY OTHER CIGARETTE!
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Signum Laudis Selects Members;
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State Delegates
W i l l Participate
In IC A Conference
Hi
II
m
State College
Ask Seniors, Grads
Presidents Announce
To Get Teaching Data New Class Quorums
Bach Aria Group To Present
Program Of Masters Works
**cr,\-,
' SUPPORT
& 'QOAMPUSC
r r .CAMPUS CHEST
. DANCVTO:NIGHT
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