MOVING-UP-DAY PROCEDURE

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MOVING-UP-DAY PROCEDURE
The following procedure has been
and center sections of the
through the Junior lines.
freshmen will follow the
outlined for Moving-Up Day exerbalcony.
C.
'lhe classes will walk out
Seniors, in order, to Page
cises tomorrow:
4. The freshmen in the center
of Page in double file, the
Hall.
1. Processional—8:30 a.m.
section of the balcony will
couples splitting as they
A. 1. Seniors will form a double II. Seating.
move right, down the right
turn either right or left to
A. i. Seniors in front, center
- line beginning at Minerva
stairway, following the Junform a single line on either
iwciion, main floor.
and ending in the peristyle
iors, and fill in tne section
slat of the path. The Sopho2. Junior in the right section
leading to the Library.
vacated by the Juniors. The
mores go through the Junior
ot the main floor and in
2. Juniors will meet by the
freshmen in the left section
lines. When everyone Is out
the right section of the balRegistrar's office and their
will move across the center
oi the auditorium, the Sencony.
line will extend into the
section and fill in the front
iors in turn go through the
3. Sophomores in the left secperistyle of Husted.
part
of
the
right
section
of
bophomore
lines and the
tion
of
the
main
floor
and
3. Sophomore lines will start
the balcony.
juniors through the freshthe rows left unoccupied by
in the Annex area at the
man lines.
the Seniors in the center IV. Recessional.
foot of the steps to Husted
section.
A.
Myskania leads, going out V. Forming the Numerals.
and will end at the Co-op in
the right center aisle, and
The Seniors will turn right
4. Freshmen in the left and
Lower Draper.
forming a line on either
and form their numerals in
center sections of the bal4. The freshmen double lines
side of Page Hall steps.
ihe corner of Page Field
cony.
will start behind the Sophonearest Husted. The SophoB.
The four classes follow in
mores at the girl's locker III. Moving-Up.
n,ores will form their numorder:
A. 1. The Juniors in the balcony
room in Lower Draper and
erals in front of the Seniors
1. Seniors will go down the
will move quickly to the
will extend to the Commons,
near Western Avenue. The
walk Dy Husted Hall.
right, down the right stairs,
B.
At 8:45 a.m. the procession
Juniors will turn left and
and will fill in the seats
2. Juniors will follow the Senwill begin with the Senior
form their numerals in the
behind the Juniors downiors. At the end of the Page
class marching down the
corner nearest Milne. The
stairs, who will have moved
walk, they will turn right
front steps of Draper, turnfreshmen will follow the
to the left, into the center
and proceed down the walk
ing right at Western AveJuniors and form their
section.
by Albany High.
nue, then turning right at
numerals in front of the
the walk which leads to
3. Sopnomores follow the Jun2. The Seniors move left
Juniors near Western AveHusted, turning left at Husiors, turning left at the end
across the aisle into the
nue.
ted, walking toward Albany
of Page walk to go through
Sophomore section.
High and then right, up the
the Senior lines.
VI. Evening.
3. The Sophomores will move
walk to Page Hall. The
into the far aisle, up the left
4. Freshmen will follow the
A.
l h e Rivalry skits will begin
Juniors, Sophomores, and
stairs, and fill in the left
Juniors, turning right to go
at 7 p. m. in Page Hall. Im-
mediately after the skits
the classes will meet in
front of Draper and take
the following positions:
1. Senior stand on the steps
of Draper.
2. Juniors stand to the right
of the Seniors, facing the
Library.
3. Sophomores face the Seniors.
4. Freshmen face the Juniors.
The Step Song will be sung
first by the Seniors. After
they have sung it once, they
will move to their left and
stand in front of the frosh.
The Juniors will sing the
Step Song once in place and
then will proceed with their
banner into the Husted side
door of Draper, and will
come out the front door of
Draper singing the Step
Song. The Sophomores will
fill in the section vacated
by the Juniors.
After the singing of the Step
Song, the Seniors will turn
and walk clown the sidewalk
to Western Avenue toward
Husted Hall, singing "Great
Fires" as they go.
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VOL. XXXV NO. 28
Kisses, Tears, Embraces Highlight
Thirty-Fifth Mysk ania Tapping
After a lapse of one year, the women have once again regained a
majority of the positions on the Senior Honorary Society. T o the
1951-52 Myskania, there were elected seven women, with men filling
William Wiley was elected Presthe six remaining positions.
ident of Student Association for
For the fourth year in a row, the
1951-1952. He defeated his nearest
After the traditional singing of "Arm in Arm," a hush settled
positions of Class President will be
opponent, Manly, by a total of one
over the Assembly as the retiring Myskania slowly filed into the
filled
by
men.
Robert
Donnelly
was
hundred votes. Wiley has been a
voted to head the Class of 1952 In second row of chairs on the stage, leaving the first row vacant, to
class representative to Student
its Senior year. Reelected by the be filled as new members were tapped.
Council.
Class of 1953 was President Peter
As the tapping ceremony started, the first members of the
John Lannon is the newly elected
Telfer. The Class of 1954 chose
Vice President of Student AssociatNell Brown to direct their next 1950-51 Myskania to step forward were Donald Paul Ely, who acted
tion. The quota was reached in the
years Sophomore activities.
as speaker, calling out the names of the new members, and William
seventh distribution when Lannon
Other officers for the Class of Howard Engelhart, Chairman of the group, who pinned the new memreceived one hundred votes over
1952 are Edmund Leigh, Vice Pre- bers with the purple and gold tassles, symbols of the office.
Rose Mary Keller.
sident; Marjorie Farwell, Treasurer;
After Gerald Ernest Dunn and Paid Elliot Kirsch circled the AudIn a closely contested contest for
Patricia Devitt, Secretary; Mary
Student Association Secretary, FaBuffo, Publicity Director; Mary itorium and stopped by his seat, the name of WILLIAM T W I G G A R
tricia Dean was elected in the sevBorys Marks, Song Leader; Evelyn WILEY boomed out, and he became the first member of the 1951-52
enth distribution by the elimination
Kamke, Cheerleader; and the Stu- Myskania to be tapped. Wiley, as President of Student Association,
of Ann Caparis. Miss Dean was Pub.
dent Council representatives will be
licity Director for her class this
Joan Bennett, David Manly. There- will guide the affairs of the Assembly next year.
year.
H E L E N M A R I E P J L C H E R , new President of Student Chrissa Porta, and Harvey Robinson.
WILLIAM WILEY '52
Assisting the President for 1953 tian Association and member ex-officio of Music Council, was the
Mary Borys Marks was elected as
will be Ann Oberst, Vice President; next person seated on stage, as she was led to her seat by James AlStudent Association Songleader for
Joan De Vnniey, Secretary; Harold
the second successive year. This will
Smith, Treasurer; Edward Lindsey; fred Warden and Kirsch. She was soon joined by H E N R Y F E N T O N
be her fourth year as songleader for
Publicity Director; Rose Mary Kel- S M I T H , who was escorted to the stage by Lloyd Joseph Purdy and
the class of 1952.
ler, Song Leader; and Marilyn Ada- Martha Jean Downey. Smith is the new presiding officer of Dramatics
Four Seniors were elected to the
miak, Cheerleader.
and Arts Council, and has for the past year been a member of StuStudent Board of Finance, Victoria
The new sophomore officers of dent Council.
Baldino and Douglas Thome are
1954 are Alfred Clemente, Vice P r e
returning to the board from last
As silence once again settled over the Auditorium, James Edward
Henry Smith has been elected as s ident; Madeleine Payne, Secretary
year. The two new senior members
are Josenh Dolan and Marlorie Far- President of D & A Council, and a n d W a i t e r R e hder, Treasurer. Lea- Jiusto and Lois Lillian Prescolt left their places on the stage, circled
well W S X S e l S u S l t o the Marion Newton will act as Presi- nore Kotch was elected Publicity Di- the assemblage, and led V I C T O R I A M A R I E B A L D I N O to the rosdturient Board of Finance from the d e n t o f M u s l c C o u n c i l rector, Helen Kosinski, Song Leader; trum, where Engelhart pinned her with the gold and yellow tassle.
Junto O t a T h e * new members
Other D and A officers are Frank a n d Margaret Livingston, Cheerlea- Miss Baldino, retiring Vice-President of Student Association, will
Hod e
53 T r e a s u r e r
and Frances
nre
Elected
Council
for
are Patrick
Patrick Carlei
Carlo and
and Harold
Harold Smith
smitn. „ SW n s ' ,'54 S e c r e t a r.y . N e w m e m . nder.
. a r e toR aStudent
ext
l p h Ad
James
direct the activities of next year's Women's Freshman Camp. She
The Student Facilities Boaid will bei .. s 0 f the council are Frances Hop- Bennett, Dolores Donnelly and Pe- has also been elecetd to Student Board of Finance.
have two Senior, two Junior and k J n s a n d N o r m a D e R o o S p S o p h o .
. McManus
After Miss Baldino had taken her place on Stage, Warden and
one Sophomore representatives. Jac- m o r e s
Purdy tapped DAVID E A R L MANLY, new Student Council repreueline Coplon and David Shepard
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sentative from the Class of 1952. Manly has aslo been active in the
the Junior Class Betty Coykendall T r e a s u r e r , a n d Jane Jennings, Sec- | e f t r T o H e a d G u i d e s
activities of his class, The growing ranks were soon increased, as
and Ruth Dunn were elected. The r e t a r y Members named from the
HARVEY L A W R E N C E R O B I N S O N became the fourth man t o
Sophomore member is Alfred Cle- W o r n e n . s chorus and Men's chorus
Marjorie Alguire and Peter Telfer,
join
the group. He was conducted to the stage by Phyllis Mae Harris
mente.
are Joan DeVinny and Richard Juniors, were announced this mornJacobson. Orchestra elected Sophie ing as co-chairmen of the Student and Kirsch. Robinson has been active in most of the activities of
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U * % « J » Rugare to Music Council and Oper. Guides for the year 1951-1952. Both his class, serving during the past year as President, and will continue
as a member of Student Council for next year.
Uliernrian
n e a Q S etta sent Louise Petfield.
students have been active as studDAVID MYRON S H E P A R D continued the parade of men, a s
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The following tryouts were elec- ent guides in their sophomore year.
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D - J - —- _ l l d
Q t a r l l e c ' k v Music Council: Marie de
A major task for the co-chairmen he was escorted to the platform by Jiuslo and Miss Downey. Shepr v U d g O ^ U C
w V a i l Scve, Wilmonte Nash, Sophomores; will be organizing a new transfer ard has been chosen as the new Director of Men's Freshman Camp,
Janet Canavan, Madelyn Maier, guide system for new upperclass- and will serve on the Student Facilities Board,
Donald Putterman has been freshmen.
men entering state in the fall.
At last another woman was tapped. Patricia Anne Jai and Helnamed as Editor of the Pedagogue
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muth Willi Schultze slowly circled the Auditorium and stopped beside
for 1951-52. Assisting the Editor on
the seat of JOAN M A R I E H A G G E R T Y , new President of Women's
the yearbook next year is a staff of
six Seniors. Marcia Walsh holds the
Athletic Association.
position of Business Manager, and
Attention began to mount, as the Assembly realized there were
the Literary Editor is Mary Anne
only
five chairs remaining unfilled. Descending the stairs once more,
Fitzgerald. Supervising the photogDunn and Schultze maintained the suspense as they slowly moved
raphy and art for the Pedagogue
will be Theresa Porta, PhotograThe new editor of the State Coltoward the chair of R O B E R T JOSEPH DONNELLY, newly elected
phy Editor, and Florence Kloser, lege News is Grace Smith, this
President of the Senior Class. Donnelly is also well-known for his
Art Editor. The new Advertising year's Associate Editor.
work on all phases of dramatics at Stale College. After Donnelly had
Editor and Personnel Editor are
Board members for next year will
received the congratulations of his associates, Miss Harris and Mary
Kathleen Donovan and Kathleen Include Victoria Eade, Managing
Jessie Eade paused beside a row in the center of the Auditorium as
Cody.
Editor, and Norine Carghlll, Public
Ten members have been named Relations Editor. Circulation ManEly called the name of T H E R E S A PORTA, a new member
to the Junior staff for the 1952 ager and Advertising Manager are
of Student Council and Photography Editor for the 1952 Pedagogue.
Pedagogue. The new Junior mem- Barbara Joyce and Patricia DarEleventh member to be added to the new Myskania was MARY
bcrs arc Mary Ann CoccelU, Irene gusch, respectively. Next years BusDick, Caroline Gazulls, Julie Korba, Iness Manager will be Frank Ioele,
BORYS MARKS, who was tapped by Miss Harris and Miss Prcscott.
Lita Krumholss, Martha Novlezer, and Dorothy De Clcco Is the ExMrs. Marks will serve her second term as Songleader of Student AssoAnn Oberst, Elizabeth Piatt, Ver- change Editor. The other board
ciation, has been chosen Treasurer of Music Council, and will be the
onlca Price, and Joan Rellley.
members are Donald Burns, the new
Senior Assistant of Women's Freshman Camp.
Sports Editor, and Robert Jacoby,
As the atmosphere became more tense, with, the sense of comB a l d i n O , S h e p a r d T o S e t Senior Sports Representative. AsI--i
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slstlng these board members will be
petition becoming more keen, Miss Jai and Miss Downey descended
5 5 s W e l c o m e A t C a m p Muriel Woodman as Assistant Busionce again into the hushed Auditorium to tap MARION L U C I L L E
ness Manager; Jordlno Skoff, AsGORSKIE Miss (iorskie is a Senior Hoard member of Forum, and
Victoria Baldino and David Shep- sistant Advertising Manager; and
has served as a columnist for the State College Mews. She was escorted
ard have been named us the 1951-52 Donald Cook, the Assistant ExDirectors of Freshman Camps for change Editor.
to the stage, and took her position as the twelfth member of the new
Women and Men. Miss Baldino has
Four Juniors have been chosen for
Myskania.
been a counselor for two years and tho position of Associate Editor.
With only one seal remaining vacant, Dunn and Miss Eade
GRACE
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was Treasurer last year. Shepard These are: Henry Koszcwskl, EsEdltor-ln-Chlef
slowly circled the Auditorium. Hardly a sound came from the
has noted us a camp counselor.
ther Mayakls, Barbara Peace, and
Senior Assistant for the Women's Elizabeth Piatt. The new Feature
audience as the two retiring members of Myskania solemnly by-passed
Camp will bo Mary Borys Marks Editor from the Junior Class is
the Senior section and once more entered from the rear of the Audi'1)2 The Secretary and Treasurer Irene Hrezlnsky.
i e o t e d next November will bo tho
torium,
coming to a halt beside the thirteenth member to be chosen.
will be Elizabeth Piatt '53, and Rose
The Sports Staff will consist of Sophomore reporters. These include
Mary Keller '63, respectively.
James Luce, Sophomore; and Abel Hmiya Bush, Irene Oersorlltch, Mary Ely boomed the name of VICTORIA MAY EADE, who will fill the
The stuff lor Men's Freshman Blattmun, Doris Doherty, Julie oKr- Ann Oossaboon Irene Eldrcd Don- post of Managing Editor of the State College News for the coming
Oamp will be appointed by Shepard ba, and Thomas Mitchell, Juniors, nu Freehind, Sally Gerlg ' June year. She has been active on Press Bureau, and during the past year
when he takes over his position as
Competing for the positions of Hugglns, Joyce Liistky Catherine was chairman of the All-College Reception to (he freshmen.
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Sophomore Desk Editors to be se- Lynch, and Joyce Surtes.
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UNPLEASANT AFTER-TASTE
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Myskania Contest Requires 24 Distributions;
Wiley Victorious In SA Presidential Contest
Smith, Newton
Lead Councils
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Tabulations
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Robinson
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4500
1400
20500
Toial
96900
1900
2600
6500
27500
33000
4500
3400
6700
27500
33200
4700
20900
7200
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33600
5000
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30300
34700
38900
40400
32000
37200
22000
. 200
23600
700
28400
1300
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96900
96900
96900
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1
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3200
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5640
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50100 19561 19561
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78C0
I860 12520
3400
7530
7365
Everson ....
8100 18305 19385
Farwcll ....
7360
Gruneteen
4400
7130
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22C0
4475
6065
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29C0
5175
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15810 16505
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3160
2300
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74
74
1
48301
Secretary
97800
97800
97800
1
935 X 100
Quota
13100 13600 15300
.... 14300 15300 16900 21500
Krchniak .... 15600
Marks
43500
Petfield
7800
Pierson
2300
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Total
96600
19561
3a
4
5
19561
19561
19561
13175 13271
8431
8320
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8890
8983
14075
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12215
6702
17443
3596
19420
5230
22622
8202
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252
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329
97800
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1 - 46751
97800
97800
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43900 46700 51500 C o l u m b s
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8000
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96600 96600 96600
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1
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3
7400
16900
10700
20800
5000
6900
16600
9200
7800
18000
11000
21900
8000
20100
11700
22700
93500
4
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17200
9800
19600
10500
100
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5
21900
12700
24400
24100
13600
27000
21400
10900
2200
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11159
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MO
15708
7636
15708
7636
15708
7636
15708
7636
15708
7650
15708
7636
(,'000 6000
11159 11159
50000
11159 11159
159
159
1 10
140
11159
21939 21953
44473 11501
12159 12159 1215!)
1
4(500
6400
5100
5400
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2
89910
8400
6200
6300
900
241)
9
31615
14831
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57986
51042
252(13
22425
89!; 10
83391)
89910
38612
6333(1
13098
40143
15101
30416
16946
10
31622
14881
89910
57)18(1
52042
27422
22432
8991(1
84558
8991(1
38612
63336
13098
40143
45104
32575
16946
42621 42621
8231 8231
12715 12715
21953
11501
89510
92409
68260
89910
89910
68395
89910
89910
71655
89910
89910
72573
89910
89910
78531
14150
150
140
15159
15!)
140
1615!)
1(1(1
1-11
16159
159
140
220 10
23401)
7700
90400
004110
24532
2K559
108
10017
43628
13
32853
17881
89910
58986
52042
31422
22432
89910
84558
89!) 10
40930
64495
II
35012
18881
89910
5998(1
52042
31422
22432
89910
85558
899I0
41930
64495
15
35012
19881
89910
59986
52C42
31422
22432
89910
88558
89910
11930
70495
40143 41143
51104 5111)1
32734 33734
17177 18177
43628
41143
52104
3473-1
20177
43028
43628
754
886
16
17
35012 35012
19881
89910 89910
59986 62!, 86
52012 54201
32422 32422
24432 24432
89910 89910
89948 89910
89910 89910
42(189 43262
70195 71495
II143
62104
35893
20177
43302
69104
35893
20177
43628
168
82
18
35012
87
II
19
38012
9700
2500
21800
I
I
21800
1
11251
I
Burke
( oil s
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Blank
8400
4(P0
10100
Total
22500
48461
70104
35(193
51468 55168
71104 73101
41907 42907
43628
4362(1
21953
44660
21953
51209
24112 26112
54209 55209
26112 27112
57209 59209
29112
59599
Quol i
I
1
9600
....
11700
1210
30271
61599
31278
61758 61917
89910
891)10
89910
58049
77123
89910
89910
89910
59215
84123
89910
891)10
891)10
66130
89910
89910
80910
89910
66985
89910
89910
89910
89910
78586
89910
89910
89910
89910
81880
899111
89910 89910
89910 89910
39910 89910
83221 83431
89910 ' 89010
,56699
76101
45914
61930 71161 73887
76101 81129 82134
58921 63246 (14233
71352
82299
6-157(1
934(16
87515
93466
90515
89910
90515
15708
1215!)
15708
15708
16708
13159 13159 13159
1715')
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141
177011
Total
2110 )
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I l . l l l s l U T
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89910
89910
l)HU(KH) DHOOOO DH9000 989000 9(19000 9(19000
srrni'.xr
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3556
141
4556
179
779-1
179
8794
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i
1
6500
!.'17II0
121100
13800
39IMMI
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287IK 35491
1602(1
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2 4 1 6 622(1
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i
31434
i I
1 2
3
1
la
18000 19901) 22600 2721) I 27392
21500 22400 25000 30800 31(14';
20100 21900 24700 32400 31 I'll
11000
990(1 11500
1(1800 181100 20(100
1200 3900
112 1
I II.S.S
Total
21900
7200
(.". i ( ' H e a d e r
!02 X lilt)
I
89910
89910
('11•• i i i l i i n i
( li'lllt'llli
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Kyle
PniHelukos
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( li .11
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Kl'UK
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Smith, a .
Thorne
OIKTM
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10967
179
12198 13205 13910 14045 18816 20604
179
179
273
402
402 502
10101
I I
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I
202(10
' l i l:il
21120(1
1856 32111
844
588
1)89000 0801)00 9)19000 1)119000 9(19000 9119001) IIIIOOOO 9119000 1)111)00(1
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I
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110011 11100
10000 101)00
15200 m o o
;i not)
31)00
1)70(1
9800
llillll
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1130(1
1130(1
11(10
540(1
5411(1
38(1(1 3(100
12700
13000
(1600
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350(1
3000
200
IIIIOIIO
3
12.: JO
10511')
15600
4000
l,")0()
51)011
6600
5500
1000
13200
I
3700
5000
6300
8300
9200
10800
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4600
5001) 6000
Blank
200
24200
I
I
I
1800
2400
liy p i r l r i ' i ' i i r
2100
7100
3100
I'lll)
10400
6300
0100
(!
13400
I not)
18(100
lb
1521
2702
2
4521
3069
2391
1521
4 192
.1654
4521
5043
1715
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113011
120011
921)11
I 1000
12200
63110
11400
1370(1
1-101)0
14'.!l)l)
1
2420(1
24200
3
4400
I
5500
6400
6300
7100
9200
12201)
5100
0200
7100
9300
4300
5000
500
1600
2100
24300
21300
24300
4200
14500
10000
||
2111)110
|;
2,i 7
62
619
62
Ja2
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226UO
22600
M a y a. Illal
111
2830(1
36800
15100
14-100
I llllllll
17200
1(1800
21100 263(111
11200
1)300
700
10011
2001)
4200
5000
780(1
10(100
14100
17600
24300
OlillOO
06000
96000
96(100
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11600(1
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24300
1
10700
7800
13100
3
14100
15900 H a t h a w a y
1600 K o t r h
I
15200
15600
31600
31600 Total
30800
Ht$SJ>»"
308 X 100
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1 + 1
|- 1
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Cosgril'l'
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Quota
_). i
15401
Sc< r c t a r y
I 1
16001
I1
1
5000
4490
1000
3800
4700
9800
3300
Callahan
Hanson
Mac key
Martin
Meyer.i .
Payne
Pi'cstnoni
Blank ....
32000
1
5000
4600
3900
4800
10300
3400
32000
5700
5000
5
6700
5400
4400
5300
6000
11500 13300
100
600
32000
32000
6
8300
10500
7200
14600
18200
1900
3300
32000
32000
826 X 100
Quota
I 1
4
Director
I
i 1
12301
II
I
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3
7700
5900
108011
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5(10(1
52110
4110(1
l.liidsey
92110
10300
700
12500
1300
24600
24600
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Total
24600
Adams
Bennett
Hush
Call
Donnelly
Fi'l'Kilsoll
M e Ma n u s
Miller
l\'oo a
Welllcl'
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(1400
3400
4100
2000
3801)
800
3800
1901)
2300
2100
32600
6520
I1
I
6
ill
65.20
8414
•1207
3115
3808
6520
3811
4507
33 17
4009
6520
4115
4708
3818
4710
6520
5019
5111
6520
6621
5812
(ia
6520
6702
5860
(II)
6520
6520
5885
5415
6115
6193
6235
4100
1109
4310
4513
5516
6816
6520
6520
1000
2300
3100
100
1907
2305
3101
100
II
2707
3101
301
14
3901
301
14
4603
402
14
702
14
747
58
794
126
32600
22600
32600
32600
32600
32600
32600
32600
6600
3-11)0
4200
3100
3800
1 .OSS
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I
Quota
1
122ll|
- 1
<T
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18100
630(1
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2-1400
we <?/
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DAILY A T
I
24300
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1951
Million
(
"A Clean Place T o K n t "
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0-101
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l.iiii.n
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n.iiniiiiiiK t .iii...
l l l l l l l l II I llll l l , l | . l l l l l l l l
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l l l l N M II III H N S
llillll || I I \ i l l | l \
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l l l l l l l l I II \
II, I II I II
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II M i l l M l V I ' I VI I
in i n
Publicity
II
\ . . i I,
I- III ,1 I II.
\ i \\ s
7900
! it mil! i
i-.
30900
30900
Student Council
Total
\ll,Mill.ill
No
I I i.l I i
I u ,
30900
1600
15801
Total
94800
10
1820(1
16500
12800
i 1
12151
I
I
9
151(00
I.IVIII)
21300
1
2
4200
12300 13600
9600 11100
4800
5700
500
2500
i 1
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Bcni
Bnwer
De V l n n y
Sinclair
Sturm's
Blank
!43
7300
061)00
24200
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8
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Livingston
Oberst
Smith
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2-1-1 X IIIU
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13700
1171)11
1)1500
32400 T o t a l
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61 till
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1100
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4521
la
1800
2652
2316
1521
1-132
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Blank
I I
5
12500
111)00
17600
Total
Total
MATING—ALL -AMMMCAN
I
1
1
1
191110
XXXV
15451
1
1
320 X 100
• I
Total
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+
1 +
Quoin
I
I
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10700
16301)
411)11
I'2011
5300
11700
4800
!)()()()
9551
Hullo
1|\
Quota
250D
3000
16600
6300
2100
1900
246 X 10(1
.' . m i l l
7000
96000
4200
(Junta
I
19100
Vol
16201
Berlin
Bradt
Clctnente
Hopkins
Reuss
Thompson
4
Hiller
Smith
Director
Klliuinali'il
32400
309 X 100
-4- 1
Quota
3
313
943(111 94300 114300 9430(1
12101
I 1 I
(junta
14700
I'.iiiiirll
(ialllvatl
II iv'.'.er'.v
Kaiser
Mil illy
Porta
1,'nlilnsiiii
2
la
75911
2lli:i()
11222
151 14
3 11134
756
4(1
1
2700
II !).iI
M:ir!is
V
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1
1
24400
8000
Cheerleader
316 X 100
'
1
,
8991(1
242 X 100
•I I 1
989000 989000 089000 989000 989000 98900(1
32700
16201
1
1
Treasurer
Quota
I 1
Quota
943 X 100
I
119568
Tree surer
I
111608
179
Total
1 +
243 X 100
I
226 X 100
3556
III
rr/ox
TA/WLAT/OXS
facilities Hoard—1953
QIIIII i
78211 78184
23400
219 X 1011
O n la
I'liMieily
B r o w n ...
Finnen .
Hopp-^y
Howlett
Lure
Seen larv
Sorifleader
13150
95(1(10 il.i.'IOII (l.iHO'l ll.iHIK)
Bmke
Tot il
Total
1(1708
17159 17159 17159 17159 17159
2l(i(l
3166 316(1 3397
3397
141
111
141
141
141
-151166
76118 77697
10551
1
12000
4500
4300
1
15708
765(1
31034
(
16800
Publicity
I'm l l l l l c s H o a r d 1954
960 X 10(1
65017
1
I 1
Qilola
I
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Olicrsl
191 X Kill
1)58 X 100
89910
89910
736(1(1
.
22501
Dcvitt
Mvle,
Slii'W
-15628
127 If
Kelly
1
6600
Bi'vins
(inzillis
Quoin
43623
11701
1 + 1
1
10. !l
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89910 89910 89910
63986 66986 71311
59432 60432 64591
32422 33429 3342!)
24432
89910 89910 89910
89910 89910 89910
89910 89910 89910
14652 46652 50883
71495 73733 75892
1
+
1
20000
3200
Kosinski
4700
P i e r s o n ..
1700
3100
Total
Vice-President
324 X 100
Quota
1 + 1
224 X 100
Quota
O'MOO
20
43243
.24000
225 X 100
1
24c
\;ii
89910
89910
89910
65002
97806
42621
21953
14660
•iicllilli'.s H o a r d - 1952
89910 89910
77311 9240!)
6582!) 67226
11
12
31622 31622
15881 15881
89910 89910
57986 58986
52042 52042
31422 31422
22432 22432
89910 89910
84558 84558
89910 89910
39612 40612
63336 64495
131)98 180911
40113 40143
46101 48104
32575 32575
17177
17177
19100
96(10
211 X 100
Donnelly
Wiley
4900
Vice-President
21800
Quota
3
Hindi nl Council
0(1901)0 989000 980000 989001) 989000 089000
24a
231)
l
8a
31615
14381
89!) 10
57986
491111
25263
22425
8991(1
8300!)
89910
38612
63105
13098
38753
45104
30411)
16946
20939
13212
63 IK
7314
lliiliiiiin
Total
7
31566
14636
88639
56874
49776
25242
22390
89910
81778
89910
38556
63070
13098
38711
15083
30416
16939
6462
41621
8000
12708
1993!) 20939
43212 13242
6318 6318
7314 7314
Iole
Blanks
LOBH
|
11
19939
43242
6318
701(3
.. 989000 989000 989000 989000 989000
Total
ItollillMIII
1
27000
14000
81000
52000
47000
24000
22000
117000
75000
107001)
35000
56000
10000
35000
42000
29000
16000
6000
41000
8000
11000
4000
19000
41000
6000
6000
3000
11000
7000
4000
6000
11000
5000
11000
Quota
Preference
f c o t t
Total
! 1
Secretary
Myskania—Recommended
Yes No Blank T o t a l
B a l d l n o ....
895
67
47 1000
989 X 1000
bv
324 X 100
1 = 16351
1 + 1
e,fcr
Qll;:ta
90400
Quota
12001
1 + 1
Lannon—Eliminated
Quota
Songleader
32700 X 100
— + 1
I
30101
PAGB %
President
240 X 100
88C1
Trca- urcr
100
Tela!
1 = 30104
4
2
1
218 X 100
97800
MAY 5, 1951
1954
President
176 X 100
Gro'.a
Vice-PrrsHcnt
6525
172G0
3455
SATURDAY.
i
President
19561
804 X 100
1 + 1
Davis
3
NEWS.
Class Tabulations
i
1 = 19561
S t u d e n t E o s i n l of F i n a n c e — 1 9 5 3
2
Kosinskl
+
COLLEGE
Mien
ri-i'M-oti
2100
Hi7 ( e n ( n i l A v e .
12700
iiiiiin
Willie
3000
li'lal
168011
OI'UN D A Y A N D NKJH' 1
8 A . M . 6
*<<
•*
STATE COLLKOE NEWS. SATURDAY. MAY 8. 1S81
PAOt 4
Sowutiml and QiafouuUtl
Religious Clubs
Haggerty, Brown Honor Societies
The following are the newly electChi Sigma Theta Sorority held its
elections for new officers. The ed officers of Phi Delta Sorority: Name Officers;
Name Officers spring
Secure Highest
results are: Florence Kloser, '52, Marjorie Farwell '52, President;
PI Gamma Mu, the Honorary So- President; Jeannine Burke, '52, Vice Jacqueline Sweet "52, Vice President;
cial Studies Fraternity, announces President; Joan Reilley '53, Secre- Karen Prindle, '54, Recording Sec- Announce Award
Athletic Posts
that the following people have been tary; Anne Oberst, '53, Alumnae retary; Janet Norton '53, Corremembers. Jess Barnet, Ca- Secretary; Beverly Prantte, '53, sponding Seoretary Ruth Poole '53, Present Heads of religious clubs
MA A, WAA List named
therine Ballard, Robert Barron, Ri- Treasurer; Katherine Sinclair, '53, Treasurer; Joan DeVlnny '53, Inter- have presented slates of officers
for their respective organlzatons for
sororlty Council Representative,
League Trophy Winners
Spring elections for Women's Athletic Association and Men's Athletic Association have resulted in
the election of Joan Haggerty, President of WAA Council for 1951-52
and Robert Brown, President of
MAA. The officers of WAA Council
are Phebe Puller '52 .Vice President;
Betty Coykendall '53, Treasurer;
Marilyn Burke "53, Office Manager,
Audrey Burke '54, Secretary.
Senior Representative Is Gwen
Gallivan, Junior Representative, Rae
Dlonne, and Sophomore Representative, Karen Prindle.
The change in the WAA Constitution this spring resulted in the
creation of new offices on the
council for next year. The three
coordinators are Ann Apostolides
'52, Marjorie Farwell '52, and Sally
McCain '52. Katherine Sinclair has
been elected to the new position
of Publicity Director.
Honor Council for 1951-52 is com.
posed of four Seniors: Ann Apostolides, Marjorie Farwell, Phebe Fuller, and Joan Haggerty.
Two trophies were awarded for
women's Basketball and Bowling.
The Basketball trophy was awarded
to Beta Zeta Sorority and Pierce
Hall copped the Bowling cup.
Newly elected MAA officers are
Thomas King, '52, Vice President;
Frances Streeter '53, Treasurer;
Francis Rodgers *54, Secretary.
Several trophies were awarded during the morning's ceremonies. The
Angels gained the Basketball trophy
and Sigma Lambda Sigma took the
Bowling Cup. The Softball and
Football awards went to the Finks
and Angels respectively.
chard Buck, Jacueline Coplon, Katherine Dando, Robert Remers, Lawrence Fanjoy, John Farley, Thomas
Godward, Joan Haggerty, Elizabeth
Havens, Julia Hewitt. Daniel Joy,
Kenneth Orner, Vasiliki Pantelakos,
Joseph Pierslco, Walter Robinson,
Thomas Spencer, John Stvenson, J o .
seph Sweeny and Kenneth Wade.
The new officers for 1951-52 will
be Jess Barnet, President; Kenneth
Wade, Vice President; Lillian Kaminsky, Secretary; Joan Haggerty,
Treasurer.
Pi Omega PI has announced the
following list of new members:
Joan Eckert and Beverly Kuhlkin,
Seniors; Barbara Anderson, Donald
Burns, Victoria Eade, Robert Jacoby, and Neil Ryder, Juniors.
At their regular meeting last
Tuesday, Kappa Phi Kappa, Honorary Educational Fraternity, elected the following officers, which were
announced today: President, John
Peightal '51; Vice-President, Kenneth Lein '51; Secretary, Edward
Treacy '51; Treasurer, Ronald Rockhill '51; Historian. Edmund Leigh
'52; Dr. Carleton Moose was reappointed to the post of Faculty Advisor.
Dessimoz Will Hold
SMILES Presidency
Muriel Dessimoz '52 will serve as
President of Smiles for the year
1951-52. Mary Sweet, also a Senior,
will serve as the organizations' Vice,
President and Elaine Topper and
Marguerite Pizzo, both Juniors, will
be Secretary and Treasurer respectively.
Virginia Maurer has been added
to the board from the Senior Class;
Barnct Succeeds Robinson Doris Doherty and Norman Kerper
the Junior Class; and Robert
As New Foium Speaker from
Sturm will be the new Sophomore
Jess Barnet '52 has been named member.
as Speaker of Forum for 1951-52.
The other officers to assist Barnet
are Anita E. Lilenfeld, '53, Secre- White W i l l Direct
tary; and Allan Youngs, "54 Treasurer.
Commuters O f College
The new Forum Board members
Commuters Club has released its
are Barbara Anderson '52, Morton
Cohn '53, Lucille Roulier '53, and slate of officers for the year 1951-52,
Thomas Eldred '54. Lucille Roulier according to Sally Tschumi '51,
member of the Election Committee.
'53, is the Editor of Soapbox.
Reta Lee White '52 will be President of Commuters Club for the
Lombardi Directs IGC;
coming year; Donald Cook '53, VicePresident; Beverly Dodge '54, SecKoszews
At a board meeting of Inter-Group retary; and Frances Allen '54, Trea.
Council, Joseph Lombardi '52 was surer.
chosen Chairman for next year. Assisting Lombardi, Henry Kozewskl Richtei Wins Frosh Math Award
Ruth E. Richter has been named
'53 was elected Vice Chairman; Norlne Cargill '52, Treasurer; and Fleta as the first winner of the Freshman
Mathematics Achievement Award,
Wright '52, Recording Secretary.
Two new members were elected to which is awarded by the College
Department.
The
the board from the Sophomore Clnss. Mathematics
They are Mary Lavery and Susnn award will be given each year to
n member of the freshman class.
Stewart,
ki Will Assist
Inter-Sorority Council Representative.
The officers of Gamma Kappa
Phi Sorority for the year 1951-52
are: Gene Donovan, '52, President;
Phebe Fuller, '52, Vice President;
Alice Goewey '53, Recording Secretary, Margaret Smith, '54, Corresponding Secretary; Dorothy DeClcco, '52, Treasurer; Gwen Gallivan,
'52, Inter-Sorority Council Representative.
Joyce Leavitt '52 is the new President of Kappa Delta Sorority. The
other officers elected for 1951-52
are: Joan Bennett, 52, Vice President; Julie Korba '53, Recording
Secretary; Joyce Leonard '53, Corresponding Secretary; Joan Pearson, '53, Inter-sorority Council Representative.
CC Elects Own
Grand Marshal
Under Campus Commission's new
plan for selecting Grand Marshal,
Kathleen Ryan '52 has been chosen
to direct Campus Commission activities for the coming year, according
to Virginia Norton '51, present Grand
Marshal.
Treasurer of Campus Commission
will be Alice Cohen '53 and Secretary
Faith Hanson '54.
Other members of Campus Commission are Peter Bon, Elizabeth
Coykendall, Helen Hagel, Ann Riley, Owen Smith, Marlene Southard,
incoming Juniors.
Sophomore members of Campus
Commission will be Helene Alpern,
Rosemary Bradt, Ada Cosgriff, Jessie Raynor.
Signum Laudis Lists
Top Honor Students
Five new members from the class
of 1951 and twelve members of the
Junior Class have been accpted into
Signum Laudis, the Scholastic Honorary society of State College.
The two percent of 1951 to be named are Cecilia Battlsti, Frederick
Knocrzer, Donald MacDonald, Naomi Schroeder, and Elsie Thorpe,
Four per cent of the Junior Class
were selected. They are: Ruby Anderson, Edna Blndermann, Donald
Brooks, Raymond Champlin, Jacueline Coplon, Maureen Davis, Sara Dobbins, Marlon Gorskle, Charles
Grunelscn, Virginia Mauer, Anita
Racine, and Marion Rutz.
Burke To Preside Over
Radio Council Activities
President of Radio Council for
the year 1951-52 Is Jeannine Burke
'52, according to George Kline, President. Other Radio Council offiCarter Residence Council President
cers for the coining year have been
New President of Residence Counreleased. They arc: Vice-President,
cil is Miriam Carter '52. Miss Carter
Joseph Persico '52; Secretary, ThoIs the house president of Kappa
mas Hughes '53;
Delta. Other officers of Residence 2:00 Coke Party In Commons.
Other members of the council
Council will be chosen In the fall. 2:30 Vurslty Baseball gnme, Bleeck- from
the clase of '52 for next year
er Stadium.
nre: Joseph Persico and Vasllike
1:00
Rivalry
Skits
In
Puge
Hall
Alpha Epsilon Phi Rcceivei Cup
Pentclnkos; from the class of '53,
Freshmen
The Inter-sororlty
Scholarship
Thomas Hughes and from the class
Sophomores,
Cup, which each year Is given to
of '54, Doris Hit gen and Jean Rasey,
the sorority whoso members com- H:00 Traditional Sing In front of
Draper
pile the highest average, was won
Awarding of Rivalry Cup
this year by Alpha Epsilon Phi. The
"Grout Fires".
runner-up was Gamma Kappa Phi.
ScUeduU
Psi Gamma Sorority has announced the following as the officers for 1951-52. Anne Sullivan '52,
President; Mildred Foote '53, Vice
President; Mary MacFarland '53,
Recording Secretary; Lorraine Migliaccio '53, Corresponding Secretary; Mary Ann Fitzgerald '52,
Treasurer; Ann Adams '52, Intersororlty Council Representative.
Three fraternities h a v e announced their officers for next
year. Kappa Delta Rho Fraternity
will hold their spring elections for
new officers next week.
The new officers of Kappa Beta
Fraternity are: Joseph Friedman
'51, President; Gerald Roberts '53,
Vice President; William Taylor '53,
Secretary; Edward Cummlngs '52,
Treasurer; Mitchell Burkowsky '52,
and Gerald Roberts, Inter-fraternlty Council Representatives.
Kenneth Wade '52 is President of
Sigma Lambda Sigma Fraternity.
Other officers include John Lannon '53, Vice President; Kenneth
Wooster '52, Recording Secretary;
Harry Warr '54, Corresponding Secretary; James Perry '53, Treasurer;
Henry Smith '52, and Louis Vlon
'53, Inter-fraterntiy Council Representatives.
Edward Eldred Potter Club has
chosen Thomas Yole '52, President;
Thomas King '52, Vice President;
Kenneth Stevenson '54, Clerk; Paul
Ward '53, Treasurer; Peter Telfer
'53, Inter-fraternity Representative.
The annual Ideal Potter Man of
the Year Award has been presented
to Reuben Warrell '51.
jbepaltmeHtal
Clu&d
Sylvia Levine '53 has been named
as the new President of Science
Club. The other officers for the
year 1951-52 Include Herbert Thier
'53, Program Chairman; Barbara
Wolslegel '54, Publicity Director; and
Virginia MacDonald '52, Secretary
Treasurer.
Pan Amigos has announced the
following officers for 1951-52: Jane
Hatt '52, President; Irene Brezinsky
'53, Secretary; Mary Ann Coccetti
'53, Treasurer.
Evelyn Rude.sheim '52 is the new
President of Commerce Club. Patrick Carlo '53 was elected Vice President; Jaunita McMillan '52, Treasurer; and Alice Cohen '53, Secre.
tury. The Reporter for next year
Is Douglas Adamson, '53.
Donald Voellinger has ben elected
President of French Club for 195152. Other new officers are Robert
Collins '54, Vice President; Anne
Kohn '54, Secretary; and Walter
Decker '54, Treasurer. Robert Smith
'52, will be next year's Publicity
Director.
Math Club has announced the
new officers for the year 1951-52.
The results arc Daniel Joy '52, President; Shirley Wagner '53, Vice
President; Maureen O'Leary '53,
Secretary;
Elsie Critchlow '53,
Treasurer.
Ruby Anderson '52 has been chosen to direct the activities of Classic-id Club for the coming year. Other
officers arc: Vice-President, Marlene Southard '53; and Secretary Treasurer, Dorothy Schall '52.
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Maureen Davis will serve as Director of Press Bureau for the year
1951-52. Other officers include: Patricia Devitt, '52 Assistant Director;
Mary Jane Dewey '53, SecretaryTreasurer; and John Hanevy, '54
Corresponding Secretary.
Board members from the class of
1953 include: Julia Korba, Audrey
De Graff, and Sally Swanson; from
the class of 1954: Theresa Ajosa,
Dorothy Presmont, Barbara Smith
and Patricia Dean.
Literary Board Appoints Bartle
'Primer' Head For Coming Year
Fred Bartle, 1952, has been named
as the new Editor of the Primer. He
will be assisted by Edward Kyle,
'52, Art Editor; Sara Danzis '52,
Business Manager and Faith Hanson '54, Secretary.
Thompson Wields Debate Gavel
For 51-52 State College Orators
James Thompson '54 was elected
as President of Debate Council for
the year 1951-1952. The other officers named for next year are Evelyn Erdle '52, Vice President; Daniel
Joy '52 Treasurer; Joan Bathrick
'54, Corespondlng secretary.
The new member appointed to
Dcbnte Council is James Thompson,
54.
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VOL. XXXV NO. 26
Music Council Spring Concert
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Friday and Saturday, May 18 and 19, cording to Edward J. Sabol, Coor- I I d l l / V C u V I I I C S
"Some day he'll come along—"
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at 8:30 p.m. in Page Hall. This dinator of Field Services. During the _
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If you're
tired of
waiting for5
Music Council will present its anthat
some
ladies
n
year's class has chosen "Ah! Wilder- summer of 1951, only the first year T - . f
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Spring Concert this evening at
8:3
ness," by Eugene O'Neill, as its pre- of the program will be offered.
• O VjllTIClX / C d l
Art Welgand. He's the answer
° P m - in Page Hall. This year's
sentatlon. The play will be directed
A college graduate who completes
to prayers, Amen (Ah, men).
Program will include a variety of
by Miss Agnes E. Futterer, Assistant the first summer session of profesThe future activities of sororities
Out of the goodness of his
numbers including vocal selections
Professor of English.
sional study and begins teaching in and fraternities have been schedheart, Art started a Date J3u"^ t h e Women's Chorus, Men's Glee
club
„,,„ .
__(._„,„ f u f„«Qi. QV,H a public elementary school in Sep- "led. Among the events planned are
rcau this week. Everybody can
- a n d „ Choralettes under the diThe play pom ays the mats ana fcember w i l l b e j s s u e d ft r e n e w a b l e picnics, banquets, and formals.
sign up at his desk outside the
rection of Karl A. B. Peterson, Intribulations of adolescence and then t e a c h i n g l l c e n s e The ] i c e n s e
Commons, but it's the gals who
structor in Music, and orchestral
u
K a p p a D e l t a Kno,g f0).mal w e e k .
f!
r * « r ! J L w p r i ta iSw b e ^ w e d annually upon comple- end will begin with a banquet at
get the choices. They can state
numbers by the State College Orhood. It was 11 st Presented in 1933 fc|on Qf & w i n t e r > s t e a c h m g
^
Herbert's tomorrow at 6:30 p.m., actheir demands.
chestra, directed by Dr. Charles F.
s u m m e r s e s s i o n of
n ?hJiI°d n
tooTnP!'0?to
Prescribed study, cording to James Dunn '51. PresiDo you have a "peppermint
Stokes, Professor of Music
Tne
?. t l e ' n 7 , , t i wni D ^ L n i ! W n e n the total requirements have dent. The formal dance will be held
personality"? Can you tango?
orchestra will open the proWest Coast with Will Rogeis play- b e e n m e t | a p e r m a n e n t l i c e n s e w i „ a t t h e N o r m a n s i d e Country Club
Arc you an intelligent French
& r a m w l t h f o u r numbers. It will
ing tnac pan.
tomorrow at 9 p.m. On Sunday at
Major available to do homework render "Zampa Overture" by Harbe issued
List Cast of Production
Sabol announces that the require- 10:30 a.m. KDR will hold a picnic
Tuesday nights? Arc you willing
old, "Funeral March of a MarlonThc following students comprise ments for the permanent license at Thatcher Park. The newly-electto take a date out on the Schcnette' by Gounod,^ "Slavonic Dance"
the cast of "Ah! Wilderness": Nat nre: (11 Successful completion of ed officers have been announced.
ectady road, hmmm?
by Dvorak, and "Minuet and Farand
Miller, Edward Kyle; Essie, Sara four summer sessions; (21 Comple- They include Kenneth Rutley, PiesIf you have any of these re°f e " f r o m "L'Arlessienne Suite"
Danzis; Arthur, David Shepard; tlon of 24 semester hours in required ident; Thomas Holman, Pledge
quirements, men, go see Art.
by Bizet.
Richard, Henry Smith; Mildred, education courses; (3) Completion Master; George Volz, Treasurer;
He'll fix you up, but with no
Chorus to Render Folk Songs
Dorothy Simon; Tommy, Martin of six additional hours; and (4) Sue- Robert Daly, Recording Secretary;
guarantees.
The Women's Chorus, composed of
Blumenthal; and Sid Darrs, Ross cessful teaching experience in the and John Knitt, Corresponding
Is Saturday night your loneeighty voices, will offer folk songs
Federico, Juniors. Also included in elementary school terms interven- Secretary, Juniors.
liest night In the week? Here's
fi'om several countries. The numbers
the cast are Lllv Miller, Georgina ing between summer sessions.
Potter Cub Plans Banquet
your cure. For a date with State,
will include Deems Taylor's CzeqhMaginess; Belle, Patricia Graff; and
Edward Eldred Potter Club has
see Art.
oslovakian folk song, "Waters RipBartender, Edward Stearns, Seniors. £>
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planned a banquet for tomorrow at
Pie and Flow," the Scottish "FolOther members are David McCom- j O D l l S
V— f l O O S ©
5 p. m., according to Paul Carter '51, .
low Me Down to Carlow" by Lesw
lie Bel1
ber, Thomas Holman; Muriel McV*
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President. It will be held at the ' C ]
A -.-,_, _ - * , - . _
' ' , T u t u Maramba," a BraPetit Piu1s
zilian
Comber, Joyce Shafer; Wint Selly, Q
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Restaurant. Potter Club UI
M i T O n Q 6 S
number by Howard D. McRobert Donnelly; Nora, Dorothea KetDfQSQD
lO/7 VSS
has also scheduled a picnic for Sun°
Kinney, and the Irish "Kitty of
Harding; and Salesman, Marvin
'
day at 12:30 p. m. at Lyons Lake.
f-'mnl
Affll/lflAC
Colaine" by Tom Scott. AccomFoons. Juniors.
The results of the election for
Kappa Beta will have a date party llflCll
rACTIVlTIGS
panists for
the Women's Chorus are
Pri c lla
Committee members arc: Sets: Student council representatives for Jtomorrow
at 8 p.m.. according to
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, c J o n e s ' 5 3 and Irene Cerd freshmpn hnvp
ose h
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Robert Donnelly, Dorothea Harding, the Class of 1953 have been released
P Friedman '51, President. The 0 lannedu class e v i
to cUmax the
'
Juniors; Georgina Maginess '51; by William Engelhart '51, Chair- KB
alumni formal weekend will be- >£'",f
'. A Q n ' the Senior ac L lTs th eC heoi r ah , e U e s ' S c l e c t l o n s '
ln w l t n a
and Henry Smith, Costumes; Dor- man of Myskania. Rae Dlonne, Rob- *
banquet Saturday, May t l l t l
scheduled for OrnriimHnn
8 tocn girls in Choralettes
othy Simons and David Shepard; ert Hushes, Alan Sweitzer, and 19^ a l 4 »•m- tor the alumni at W e e k ' e the class n i r n i c h n i i h n n wl intgh tHneel me n wPUcher
'52 accompanyi n sin
Outside Publicity; Joyce Shafer Louis Vlon. Sophomores, attained Oliver's. The banquet will be fol- * V
!? commencement
S four program
and Donald Putterman, Juniors; positions on the Council.
lowed by a formal dance at 9 p.m. '
Baccalaureate ServirP is th P numbers. They will render "Sea
Lights; Thomas Holman '52; Tic- Tabulations
in the Lounge. To terminate the r l „ t p V e ^ t hVornminr nn w « * Moods" by Tyson-Treharne, "Amkets and House: Marvin Poons and
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weekend events, KB will have a pic- '™/l™\„
„ P , " t u qc h „it,p £i aryllis. My Fair One" by CacclnlFlorence Kloser, Juniors.
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It to scheduled for T a y I o r - " T h e S n o w " ^ Robert Mc4 t- 1
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may be obtained for $.90 and $1.20 " " ^
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Thatcher Park. The folThe fifty-voiced Men's Glee Club
outside the commons.
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but Myskania wasn't worried about
pins. They lmd other cares: would
they trip lightly down the stairs,
or just trip? What If the new members didn't "embrace and kiss" like
the headline said they did?
But they needn't have worried,
"Kisses, tears, embraces" did high-
light the tapping—also knee-tremblng. Bill Wiley was "Surprised,
confused, amazed, and happy." Helen
Pilcher was grateful for Jim Julsto's
arm. When niter the ceremony lie
nsked If she needed his arm, said
Helen, "f couldn't get along without
it."
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Supporting Miss Pranitis in New
man Club will be: Joan Reilley '53,
Vice-President; John Finnen '54,
Treasurer; Patricia Butler '53, Secretary. The Newman Award, which
is given to the Senior who has done
the most for Newman Club, was
also made.
Working with Miss Pilcher in SCA
next year will be: Charles Abraham
'53, Vice-President; Nancy Worden
'53, Treasurer; Marjorie Wells '54,
Secretary, according to Anne Braasch, President
Vice-President of IVCF for the
year 1951-52 will be Elinor Boice
'54. Other officers are: Secretary,
Marie Goodermote '54; Treasurer,
Donald Stine '53; and Social Chairman, Jean Welch '52.
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dent Christian Association, Helen
Pilcher '52; of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, William Whitwer
'53; and of Christian Science Organization, Andrew Sim, 54.
Other officers of Hillel for the
year 1951-52 are: Vice-President),
Morton Cohn '53; Secretary, Ruth
Shair '52; Treasurer, Arlene Blum
'52; Social Chairman, Helen Alperne '54; Co-Editors of Hillel News,
Elaine Topper '53 and Joyce Surtes
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Mombem of Myskania r»r li»51-r>2 who are pictured above In order
i»f tlielr Upping arc from loft to right! William Wiley, Helen Pilcher,
Henry Smith, Victoria Halilliio, David Manly, llurvey Robinson, and
David Shepard. Front row: Joan Ilnggerty, Robert Donnelly, TheresA
PorU, Mary Borys Marks, Marlon Goreklc, and Victoria Eade,
wltn a
reception for the aiumm, pnnce.- Robert stuart '53 wm act
as
accompanist for the group.
Son |or.s
Hil11
on and guests at Brubacher
Saturday, June 10 at 3:30 students win be admitted to the
p m In t h e evenln(,. at 8 p m t h c production with their student tax
ry Smith back to normal. Even his class skits will be given in Page tickets,
didn't stop his trembling Hall. The evening performance will
, , „ . , ,
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KCleaSCS
t h e s,
d ^ a D O l
dlnos motto. On hearing her name torchlight service will be held in
she slouched in her seat and pulled front of Draper Hall.
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down her hat.
The Commencement will take L / T d r t
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p i n c e Sunday, June 17 at 10:30 p.m.
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A bulletin received from Edward
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V- " n c 1 w a l k e c l u u t 0 t h e s t n e e main sneaker is Fimenn 7neke t J - S n b o 1 ' Coordinator of Field Seron clouds of air. After Harvey Ro- m a l " sPcakei is Eugene Zuckeit,
reV eals that Maior General
blnson stood nn he hnri n sipkenini. Assistant Secretary ot the Air Force. ! 1L ,' ' '
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ar. Did they really call his name? ' ' ' m o a b ' Zuckeit was Special
service has announced Mav
Consultant to thc Commanding 1,„5 1,9°5 1, ! l s t h.'.e j ai«ioui«,eu may
Strong embraces were Dave Shop- General of the Army Air Forces s l'o n o f a
deadline for submlsard's trademark. He almost crushed during World War II
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PP>^atloiis for the Select[ e
Helen Pilcher. Joan Haggerty was The freshman class ha.s scheduled l , Service College Qualification
never so thirsty In all her life.
„ picnic, according to Alfred Cle- Test. All postcard applications must
Twentv minutes passed before Hob '>"'""' '53. President. The picnic will ljl ' postmarked not later than mldIWIUIJ niniuus passed ixioie Jioo
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Donnelly recovered. Terry Porta re- ; k l ' P • ' " '
' l a l k SntuiA
l i ( , u i ( ) n b h i n k s fm. t h c Q u f t l .
memlicra n general roar while a lla> • Mll> U l l t l l ) a m '
ilicatlon Test, results of which will
sea ot faces gave forth with conb e l l s e d by Local Draft Boards in
grntulations.
btarr W i l l UlStriOUte
considering
student
deferments,
Mary Marks couldn't believe it. K.
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" l a y b e o b t l l l n e d n ' o l n "M> nearest
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She felt numb and faint. Contrary X e a r D O O k N e x t W e e k
Local Board. The tests will be given
to expectations, Mlmi Gorskle, didn't
at various colleges (including State
do a ballet, but walked up sedately,
Students may obtain copies of the College) on May 26, June 16, and
1050-51 rcdUKoinie. which has been June 20. The applicant is to write
When number thirteen w u flnu ly
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• ^ P r o g r e M publish- to his Local Draft Board requesting
[' p1Hc1' a l , **Bhod relief Said Vic- ,
, n A l b a n y , Monday, SSS Form Number 107, as soon as
0ompany
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Mav 21 to Friday, May 25, accord- Possible.
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Monday new officers were 1 U |:'lo.loan Mitchell '51, Editor-inin recapitulating the requirements
elected. Dave Manly will wield the chief. The books will be distributed General Hershey stated that the
gavel; Vickie Baldlno Is Vice-Chair- outside the Commons from U a.m. applicant: (1) Must be a reglsniiin. Vickie Eade will read pro- iQ 4 p > m ,
trant who intends to request occuceedlngs; Helen Pilcher will handle
Members of the Pedagogue staff pational deferment as a student;
the money. Mistress of Ceremonies wiU distribute copies to students up- 12) Must be under 26 years of age
lfi J o i l n
Haggerty.
presentation of a student tax at the time of taking the test; and
on
So a new Myskania Is In office ticket. Additional copies, priced at 13) Must have already begun and
to carry on the traditions of this $5 each, may be ordered at that plan to continue his college or imisociety for the thirty-fifth year.
time, Miss Mitchell has announced, verslty studies.
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