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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2 6 , 1 S S I
Discussion To Follow Staff Distributes
Problem-Solving Faculty Retire
Public Relations Talk r
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To Peaceful Education Workshop „ u *—.-.*„,
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Handbook!
Handbooks for upperclassmen a n d
Mathews Lists
Teaching Posts
Of Graduates
Problems,
problems,
problems!
Solving t h e m is a frequent chore in
t h e teaching profession T o escape
l r o m this fatiguing routine, several
members of the faculty hibernated
t o a t h r e e - d a y workshop a t peaceful
Westport I n n on the shores of Lake
champlain.
r j r , Don A. Orton, Dr. J a m e s
Childers,
Dr. Milton, „c .. Olson,
De, „„,„„
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Phinney, and
and Edward
Edward Sabol
Sabol
T. Phinney,
wen
sre in t h e group of escapees- These
m e n did n o t loaf all t h e time, however, for a workshop is exactly what
its n a m e implies. Means to improve
various areas in the field of education were discussed.
Believe it or not, some future
practice teachers may escape t h e
fate of instructing Milne students,
since it was decided at t h e workshop t h a t more students should
have a n opportunity to t e a c h off
campus. More field a n d laboratory
experiences may supplement off
c a m p u s teaching. Won't t h a t be fun?
Here is some advice to anyone
who t h i n k s he might w a n t to work
E l m e r C. Mathews, Director of t h e
T e a c h e r P l a c e m e n t Bureau, h a s r e leased t h e n a m e s of those g r a d u a t e s receiving teaching positions.
All p l a c e m e n t s have been made
from t h e c l a s s of '51.
T h e following students have obt a i n e d their placements: Harold
Miller, King's F e r r y Central School,
Science a n d M a t h e m a t i c s ;
Carl
Koechlin, Coxsackie-Athens Central
School, J u n i o r High Science a n d
M a t h e m a t i c s ; Audrey Radenberg,
Margaretville, Commerce; Joseph
McCormick, Rensselaer, Junior High
Social Studies; Gloria Sottile, G r a hamsville, S p a n i s h a n d G e r m a n ;
J u l i a Knoll, CoDleskill, Junior High
English; Doris Borisenak, Ballston
Lake, M a t h e m a t i c s ; P a u l Westfall,
Hudson, Commerce; Alice Phillips,
W a l t o n , Latin a n d Social Studies;
Alexander Easton, Medina, Biology,
General
Science;
Mary
Hogan,
Poughkeepsie High School, Library;
Jennie
Siy, Queensbury
School,
Glens Falls, Library and L a t i n ;
Elizabeth S m i t h . Congers, English
a n d Speech; M a r g a r e t Jones, Highland, Commerce; Mary Manoni,
Averill Park, Latin and English;
A n n e Marie H e r m a n n , South Glens
Falls, M a t h e m a t i c s ; Albert Morey,
Gilboa, 6th G r a d e ; Catherine G r a n t ,
Wellsville,
Mathematics;
Cecelia
Schillaci, Amenia, Commerce; E i leen Brooks, Delevan. Commerce;
Mrs- Lucy DeNuzzo, East Green bush, Commerce a n d Economics.
Judicial Body Declares
Debate Election V o i d
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from Page 1, Column 1)
from Monday through S a t u r d a y .
U n t i l t h e beanies arrive, they will
be required to wear class ribbons.
At a meeting Wednesday night
Myskania declared Debate Council
elections of last spring void. Debate
Council h a d been operating under
two constitutions, only one of which
was on file with S t u d e n t Council.
However, t h e elections were held in
accordance with the new constitution which had not been submitted
to t h e Council. According t o t h e constitution of Student Association,
" T h e duties of S t u d e n t Council shall
be . . . to require changes in t h e constitutions of organizations receiving support through t h e S. A. budget." a n d "The duties of Myskania
shall be . . in open court to try
individuals or organizations charged with having violated a regulation. These individuals or organizations shall be brought before Mysk a n i a by the organization charged
with enforcing t h e regulation which
h a s been violated." Because the
constitution of Debate Council had
not been filed with S t u d e n t Council,
the elections were voided.
Otlier g r a d u a t e students who have
found teaching positions include:
William Werner, N.Y.S.C.T. a t Albany, Biology Instructor; George
P r e h o d a , R o t t e r d a m Junction, English; Mary Fenzel, North Rose., Science a n d Spanish; Walter Robinson.
C l n c i n n a t u s , Social Studies; Hilda
MacKenzie, Ballston Lake, English
a n d Social Studies; Wayne LaPoiru;,
S o u t h Glens Falls, Driver Education; Audrey Eveleigh, Oriskany,
Social Studies; Virginia
Norton,
Rhinebeck, Junior High English;
Marilyn Allen, Cohocton, English.
S p a n i s h , and G e r m a n ; Nancy B u r dick, Castleton, 4th Grade.
Elbow Announces
Contest Winners
T h e n a m e s of the winners of the
competition held by Forum late last
s p r i n g for the scholarships to the
I n s t i t u t e on t h e United Nations at
F i n c h College in New York City,
h a v e have been released by Dr
M a t t h e w H. Elbow. Assistant P r o fessor of Social Studies. These
scholarships, which are given by the
American Association for the United
Nations a n d t h e Collegiate
Council for t h e United Nations,
were won by Vasiliki Pantelakos '52,
a n d Morton Conn '53.
. t h e Education D e p a r t m e n t . B e ware|
T h e W e s t p o r t s c h e m e r s are m a k m „ l a n s t o t m p r o v e t h e system of
screening a n d
sefectiVe recruitment
G r a d u a t e s , for you they
g m ( j a n c e
a r e r e v j S ' m g . t n e program for specialization in M a s t e r Education.
As a result of t h e application of
ideas brought back from t h e works o p h o m o r e s h a d to fill out
Stunquestionnaires
l I f i s t , n n n a l r M .called
a l l e d pre-tests.
nre_u
dents taking Education 20 will be
u s e d n g g u l n e a p l g s i n experimental
classes.
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according to Robert Donnelly '52,
President of the committee. T h e
committee h a s decided to limit t h e
number of rehearsals allowed for
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C a m p u s Day skits. Men's and
women's field events will remain
tnc
same. B a n n e r Hunt rules will
also be considered at Monday eve.1 ••••in niiig's meeting. Rivalry Committee
will formulate rules to govern New
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Plans for a second series of Seleclive Service College Qualification
Tests have been released by t h e
Federal Security Agency, according
to Edward Sabol. Coordinator of
Field Services. T h e tests will be given T h u r s d a y , December 13, a n d
Thursday, April 24. Application
blanks for the test will be available
at all local boards October 1. Application blanks for the December
13 test must be postmarked not l a t cr t h a n midnight. Monday, Novembcr 5.
As in the first tests, criteria for
deferment are either a satisfactory
score 1701 on t h e test or satisfactory
rank in the class. Satisfactory rank
LOUIS VION '53
includes the upper half ol t h e
C h a i r m a n of Activities Day
freshman class, upper two-thirds of
the Sophomore class, and upper
three-fourths ol the J u n i o r class.
Seniors accepted for admission to
a graduate school satisfy t h e crit
eria if they stand in the upper half
of their class or make a .score of 75
or better on the test. S t u d e n t s a l ready enrolled in graduate schools
may be deferred as long as they r e main in good standing.
Students
whose academic year will end in
T h e plans for this week's AssemJ a n u a r y are urged to apply for t h e bly have oeen released by William
December 13 test, according to Wi.cy '52. President of S t u d e n t AsAll Senior.-, a n d G r a d u a t e stu- Sabol
sOe.aLion. Nominations for I n t c r dents, whether desiring teaching
Coilegiate Association will be made
positions next fall or not, must regit this time.
ister with the Teacher Placement
Nominations for Who's Who also
Bureau, according to Elmer C. M a t will be made under t h e direction ol
hews. Director of the Bureau. M a t Maureen Davis '52. T h e eligibility
hews also advises all students seekrules and duties of members of the
ing part time employment to regisMhlotic Association Board will be
ter in Room 109 to become eligible
"That can't be nie! I really
issued. Lasl on the agenda are genfor a n y jobs listed on t h e bulletin
iliin't look like that, do I ? "
eral announcements.
board next, to Loom 109, Draper.
Startled exe amations rose from
During the Assembly of Friday,
the auditorium as astonished
October 12. the Publicity Director
All Seniors and G r a d u a t e stuspectators recognized themselves
and Student Council Representadents who will have completed 30
on t h e si reen. What was t h e
tives for the J u n i o r class, t h e Sophohours at NYSCT or who will be
cause cd' all tins excitement'.'
iiioie ri.i.-.- S o n , Leader, and Who's
eligible for a tie ree by August.
Why, the revised Slate College
Who ..no Men's Athletic Association
1952, will be required to file papers
movie.
representatives will be elected.
with t h e T P B during this current
Sugg est ion Made For New Beanie
.semester. Those who do not desire
When spectators finally realIn order to promote more school
ized who it u a s parading around
active registration will pay no fee.
spirit, a suggestion was made at
I'rosh Camp in shorts, they setActive registrants will pay a fee of
Student Council to have a s t a n d tled down to enjoy the finer
$5, which will entitle them to reard beanie which, if ii is approved,
points
of
the
movie.
Shrieks
ceive the first six sets of credentials
will go into effect next year. T h e
and
groans
of
dismay
arose
free.
beanie will have a purple skull and
again as they
re-recognized
a gold visor with t h e class n u m TF-B h a s released t h e following
themselves and their friends.
erals on It. In this way, the class
IT. isirat ion procedure:
The p'-or, preen, ignorant freshbeanie will become more of a school
men co iJdn'l understand t h e
beanie, according lo Wiley.
1 Registration papers are to be
peals of laughter during parts
obtained in Room 107. Draper, a c 'J ins siig •estion will be discussed
of the movie, hut experience will
in individual class meetings and
cording lo t h e following schedule:
soon teach themreports will be brought to Student
October 15. A-E; October 16, F - L ;
Council. II Student Council a p October 17. M - S ; October 18. T - Z .
All .joliing aside, the movie
proves, it will then be sent to Stuwas a toil'li job well done.
2. Papers are to be returned acdent As .Delation for final approval.
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day memories will never grow
October 22, A - E : October 23. F - L ;
dim.
October 24. M - S ; October 25. T - Z .
S t u d e n t Council hi s appointed
II • h r
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away.
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XXXVI N O . 3
Social Agenda
Includes Game,
Bonfire, Dance
Registrar Lists
Student Group Security Agency
Honor Students Will Deliberate Schedules Tests
Seniors, Juniors Have Rivalry Changes For Deferments
Mademoiselle
YOU It PORTRAIT
ATTEND
Gremlins Will Sign-Up For Activities Tomorrow;
Juniors To Present Freshmen With Rivalry Banner
" P o r t r a i t At Its Finest"
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ALBANY, NEW YORK, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1951
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L a r g e s t \J o u p
T h e Dean's list for t h e second
semester of 1900-1951 ha,s been r e leased by Ruth I,ape. Registrar. I n
order to be placed on Dean's list, a
student must a t t a i n a n average of
B for the semester. According to
tabulations 96 m e m b e r s or the class
of '51 93 of' t h e class of '52, 70 of
the class of '53 a n d 41 of the class
of '54 have m a i n t a i n e d this average.
EAST TO TAKE
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Campus Interviews on Cigarette Tests)
HOLLYWOOD COMES
&
O/P ACTIVITIES*..
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tion o n behalf of t e a c h e r s a n d p u b - freshmen who did not receive t h e m
lic schools.
1
durln
t h e s u m m e r are n o w
n^uS^Jl^J^^J
8
being°
Relations
Responsibilities ^
of Local
"
School Leaders," between 9:15 a.m. distributed, while the supply lasts,
a n d 10 a.m. A discussion period according to Robert Babcock '53,
guided by expert c o n s u l t a n t s will F r e s h m a n Handbook representative.
follow Dr. Crosby's t a l k P r o m 11:30 h
,
b e lcked
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a.m
— t o 12:30 p.m., C l a y t o n E. Rose,
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lower D r a p e r n e a r Husted.
Director of Public Relations, New
G r a d u a t e students are asked n o t
York S t a t e T e a c h e r ' s Association
will s p e a k A l u n c h e o n will be held to seek Handbooks. Those students
between 12:30 p.m. a n d 1:30 p.m. who do not secure their Handbooks
Reservations m u s t be secured by during t h e next week should conOctober 3, 1951 from Dr. Leese's tact Babcock through the S t u d e n t
Mail.
office.
THE
HAGUE
STUDIO
Miss Pantelakos a n d Cohen a t t e n d ed t h e i n s t i t u t e at Finch College
from J u n e 17 t h r o u g h J u n e 23, 1951.
T h e y h e a r d Mrs. F r a n k l i n Roosev 't
a.s well as many other i m p o r t a n t
United Nations' officials.
The
scholarships
which
are
awarded on the basis of interest and
knowledge of the United Nations
a n d world affairs will be awarded
a g a i n this spring. Any State College
.student is eligible to compete, a c cording to Dr. Elbow. T h e winners
of these scholarships must fulfill
two obligations. They must speak
on their experiences a t the Institute
on t h e Unite.I Nations at a meeting
ol t h e American Association of the
United Nations, and they must participate in a mock United Nations
asesmbly.
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A bulletin icceived from Miulciiioisi'llc reveals t h a t t h e magazinc is now accepting applications
imm
liiidc-.eraduate
women for
mi mbrr-'.i.p "ii its 1951-52 College
Board '1 li - deadline lor filing a p lilir.it OILS, whi -h consist ol a criticism nl 'Hher t h e August 1951 College is-ue or lh Kepteinber issue ol
Mademoiselle is October 31.
Those w i n a r e accepted lo Ihe
Co lege Hoard will do three assignments during t h e college year. These
:• s• i .iinicnis will give them Ihe opporlunitN lo write features about
hi;- on their c a m p u s ; to submit art
work, laslnun or promotion ideas
lor possible i',se in t h e magazine;
and lo develop their critical and
creative talents.
College Hoard m e m b e r s who are
judge I .u
i • l h • top IwenU on
Ihe assignment* will win a Mademoiselle
Guest
Editorship, and
will be lii-uii'.'lil to New York C l h
next J u n e lo help writc. edit, and
illustrate the August College issue
Tlir\ will I) • paid a regular salary
Im their mold It's work, plus round-trin transportation to New York.
'I hose m ' e r c led in competing lor
these Colic'c Board positions aic
asked In wnli
ulli-'c Board Editor
Mademoiselle, 575 Madison Avenui
New York 22, New Yolk, if they de
sue further i n f o r m a t i o n .
Program Includes
Class Elections,
I C A Nominations
Mathews States
TPB Requisites
Laughter,
Groans
Accompany
Film
i II material is no! returner] on the
above (lilies, the applicants will not
be eligible for free typing service.i
3 Those .students desiring active
registration should register for an
interview when they return t h e
material.
Residence Council Elects
Official Staff, Debates
Miriam Curler '52, President ol
Residence Council, has announced
ilic results in Ihe elections ol Ihe
group Margaret Edwards and P a t ricia Dargusch. Seniors, will serve
as Vice President and Secretarytreasurer, respectively
Residence Council did not comp h t e its elc'tion lor delegates lo
the Judicial Board Barbara Moral!,
and Helen Pudoba, Seniors, were
elected to thai body; a third will
he chosen later.
Class Presidents
Arrange
Agendas
T h e upper class presidents have
released plans lor class activities
Results ol recent Sophomore elections also have been announced.
'I h • Seniors will hold a rehearsal
An announcement lrom the Board lor ihe Activities Day sing this
ol Regents of New York S t a l e h a s inn n in the auditorium; i h e J u n made known to Slate College that iors are planning a pally lor the
the Social Studies Department was Ireshnieii and Ihe ('las'- of '5-1 has
recently named the recipient to a i-' - '.ed athletic directors.
trust fund.
Dr. Evan R. Collins.
Robert Dinnirlh '52. President,
President ot the College, has slated reminds all Seniors to .sign loi Pedthat Ihe amount of $500 was p r e - agogue pa-lure, and lo a t t e n d the
sented to t h e department lrom a • mi • n hearsal I his noon
Allrecl
share of the estates ol Ethel Ra\ i allium '53, l, (leneral C h a i r m a n
mid Ada Crippeu of Allanioiit. New p,,- n,,. Juinor-lrosh parly sehedYork
ul.-u lor October 12, according to
T h e moiiev lrom this bequest will l a i n Teller Junior class President
be used in Ihe form of a casli award An.In-, liui'.e and J o h n /.ongrone
to be made each year to a inembei ii,,,,. 1,,-en elected Women's and
ol the graduating class T h e recip- \<! .. .s M l i l e t r Direclors, respeclenl o! this award will he Ihe Mil- iivelv. ol the Sophomore class, a ' dent who m a i n t a i n s the highest cor l 114 in Ned Brown. Sophomore
average In American History.
President.
Senior W i l l Receive
Social Studies Award
T h e a n n u a l Activities Day p r o gram will be held in t h e new C o m mons tomorrow, according to Louis
Vion '53, General C h a i r m a n . During
the morning all freshmen will have
the opportunity to sign u p for e x t r a curricular activities.
Each organization will h a v e a
booth at which those w h o wish to
join may register. Anyone interested in belonging to a n organization
or trying out for a publication
should go to t h e Commons between
10:30 a . m . and 12:30 p. m .
Seniors To bing T r a d i t i o n a l Songs
At 12:15 p . m . , t h e B a n n e r P r e s entation ceremony will begin with
a speech by Robert Donnelly, P r e s ident ol the Senior class, in which
he will .summarize the history of
his ciass. Mary Borys M a r x '52, College Song Leader, will t h e n lead t h e
Senior class in the singing of t h e
traditional
banner
song,
"Hail
NYSCT" as '52s b a n n e r is tacked
on the wall.
Peter Teller. President of t h e
Junior class, will present t h e b a n ner to t h e F r e s h m a n B a n n e r C o m mittee which includes G e r a l d Meyer. Gerald McDonald. G e r a l d Helm,
and DeWitt Combs, freshmen. T e l ler will also explain t h e m e a n i n g
of the banner to the class of '55.
Soccer Team To Oppose J V
A.s an added a t t r a c t i o n for those
interested in sports, t h e Varsity
Soccer team will oppose t h e J u n i o r
varsity team in a s c r i m m a g e a t 2
p . m . at Beverwyck P a r k
In the evening. Page Hall will be
the center of activity. T h e S o p h o more class, under the direction of
Neil Brown. President, a n d P a m e l a
Calabrese. Sophomores, h a s planned
a skit entitled "An American for
President."
List Cast Tor Sophomore Skit
Members ol the cast a r e : J o h n
Jacobus. Miss Calabrese. F r a n k G i anonne. J o h n Allasio, Alfred Clemente, Henry Feuerbach,
Stewart
Maclof-ky. Ann Caparis, a n d Eileen
c
, n.vder,
Sophomores.
Committee
heads a r e : Fred Crumb, .stage niiiiiiContinued on Paye (1, Column I)
Society Requests
Poetic Endeavors
The National Poetry Association
has issued a call for college students lo submit m a n u s c r i p t s to be
considered lor printing in t h e A n t h ology ol College Poetry, an a n n u a l
publication containing t h e poems of
college students from t h e nation.
'Ihe closing date lor admission of
( n i n e s is Monday, November 5.
Rules governing m a n u s c r i p t s are
as lollows: Each effort must be on
a separate sheet of paper; and each
effort inu.sl bear the n a m e , home
address, and college ol t h e a u t h o r .
Entries are lo be sent lo t h e National P o e m Association. 3210 S e l by Avenue. Los Angeles 34. California
Cody Urges Students To Check
Directory List For Corrections
A tentative list ol n a m e s to be
included in ihe 1051-52 Directory
will I i- posted on the S t u d e n t Association bulletin hoard t h e first of
next week u cording to K a t h l e e n
Codv
'52
Editor-in-Chief.
The
bulletin board is located in Husted.
Included on Ihe list will be the
students' names, home addresses,
and telephone numbers. Miss Cody
urges all students to cheek the list
to make sure that 11 is correct belore the Directory is printed.
S T A T E C O L L E G E N E W S . FRIDAY,
PAGE a
Rushing?
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S . FRIDAY,
OCTOBER S. 1981
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By DUNN a n d P E E N E
The first semester rushing system has once again
THE ATHLETIC D E P A R T M E N T . . .
invaded State College with "Know Your Sorority
seems
to be turning into a m u m b l e t y peg club. First
Week." The unfortunate part of it is that the
they barred varsity players from i n t r a - m u r a l footfreshmen who are trying to get adjusted to colball a n d now they have stipulated t h a t n o member
lege life happen to be the victims. For three years,
of t h e soccer team m a y play basketball—and viceversa. We can't quite see t h e r e a s o n i n g behind this
Inter-sorority Council has tried various rushing
unless t h e fact t h a t basketball p r a c t i c e s t a r t s in t h e
systems, but sorority women have never been satmiddle of Baseball Season causing i t t o conflict with
isfied. Last spring individual members from
soccer. This doesn't seem to be indicative of t h e exeach of the sororities voiced their preference to
panding athletic program t h a t we've h e a r d so much
go back to first semester rushing.
about. How about it, Coach?
Although the sorority women feel that they are
MANY THANKS . . .
unhappy about the present situation, the men as
to t h e Co-op for h a v i n g o u r Interests a t heart bywell as the freshmen are in a confused state of
doing away with t h e t e n cent c h e c k - c a s h i n g charge
affairs. During the rush period, the art of acting
last year and for going all o u t this year by not cashing "checks a t all. This is r e m i n i s c e n t of t h e little boy
natural is lost. Obviously if we are to maintain
who left the cellophane on his lollypop when he ale
the sororities on this campus, some method must
it because it lasted longer.
be employed to enable the freshmen to know the
sorority women. Since an open season would probHAVE YOU NOTICED . . .
ably involve more difficulties, a system or code is
the dejected, t e a r - s t a i n e d faces m e a n d e r i n g forlornly around t h e halls lately? We h a v e — a n d we found
indispensable.
out that these a r e t h e " c a m e r a - s h y " Greeks who
The present rules, like the past ones, which have
were crushed when they h e a r d t h a t they were going
been set up by Inter-sorority Council can be very
to be deprived of their personal p o r t r a i t s in t h e Pe:l.
easily broken. These rules invite pettiness on the
We imagine t h a t being c r a m m e d i n t o a group picture,
By JESS BARNET
Mommy and Daddy will barely be able to spot their
part of the rushers. The only way in which this
proteges ! ! !
may be avoided is for the individual sorority
" . . . a n d therefore, being fully ly to t h e center of t h e mall to begin
woman to stop looking for the others who may be cognizant of our lowly a n d subserv- their exhortations. Note of w a r n We realize t h a t this will be a blow lo their social
breaking the rules and spend her time in a more ient positions, predicated upon t h e ing: if it h a s begun to rain ( a n d prestige, but they should be m e n a n d women enough
worthwhile manner by checking upon herself to h a u g h t y arrival of t h e new child, only if it h a s begun to rain) t h e to accept it . . . since it is in t h e interest of a better
faculty chorus will again sing, this
see if she is fulfilling her duty of making the pres- every student, male or female, now time a more subdued ditty, aptly Fed. T h e yearbook is in t h e h a n d s of a competent
residing or having resided a t any
don't we give them a c h a n c e to prove
ent code successful.
The most
important time in t h e past at Sayles Hall shall titled "Dry Lectures," with its pur- staff—why
themselves?
thing is not the number of freshmen one can get m e e t a t dusk upon t h e mall. At t h e pose to dispel t h e rain. After t h e
to join her group but rather the method in which signal t h e vanguard of t h e League exhortations of t h e chieftains have BIG 4 AGAIN!
t h e sacrificial Are will be
There is a movement afoot to d o away wit 1 I Big
she encourages them to pledge. Treat the fresh- of H a s - B e e n s shall herald t h e e n - begun,
t r a n c e of t h e venerable "Sisters in lit a n d each a n d every battalion m o 4's as they exist today. T h e Big 4 h a s long been a
men like human beings and as individuals, not as S h a m e , " more recently a n d off- slackers i will form itself in a cirdebatable subject a n d il, deserves a lot of thought,
"just freshmen" who might make good sorority h a n d e d l y known by their stirring cle a r o u n d t h e fire a n d begin t h e especially on t h e part of Ihe f r e s h m e n a n d Sophoc h a n t . T h e c h a n t shall last for a p - mores since they will be Ihe or.es affected by a m
sisters. Remember, sorority women, your duty is slogan—"Pierce Prefers Peace."
proximately seventeen hours, a t t h e
not completed after pledge service. For a change,
At t h e appointed hour, as t h eend of which battle lines will be changes. Keep your eyes open lor more news on I lie
issue. Maybe a change is in ort'er?
let's have a clean rushing season and fulfill the crow flies, (which is rather unlikely formed.
purpose for which the sororities exist on this cam- on such occasionsi, the battalion of
C o t t a g e Queens shall form its ranks
To insure t h e safety of all war- AS PER USUAL
pus.
directly in front of t h e Western riors, t h e Boulevard
Dysenteria, witli the "friendly" sorority season in progress, grip-
lentf* 61 1U ^ImU
a ance
i which has secretly been aiding t h e ing is at its peak with slams h e r e a n d more slam
cause i shall provide innumerable there. Before you gals start c h e p i n ' your gums aboul
trays for t h e utmost protection. T h e other sororities, examine your actions a n d those ol
signal to charge shall be given in a your sisters in so f a r a s dirty r u s h i n g is concerned
Pedagogue
t r o u b l e s d o n o t usually s t a r t until
most charming manner. Four of t h e We don't think any one will get a n y medals What (In
Cottage Queens shall proceed dain- you think t h e purpose of these f r a t e r n a l organiza.Moving-L'p D a y b u t t h i s y e a r t h e staff seems t o
tily to outside a lighted window in tions is? . . . back biting a n d cat sessions. They wenbe h a v i n g difficulties a l r e a d y . D u e t o their prothe west wing of the marked m a n - set up to promote friendly r e l a t i o n s h i p s - is ii so
posed p l a n s of h a v i n g g r o u p p i c t u r e s a n d p h o t o s of
sion, whereupon one of them shall hard to maintain this idea?
the social a c t i v i t i e s of t h e v a r i o u s sororities a n d
begin whistling wistfully "Shoo-Fly
fraternities on c a m p u s , m a n y c o m p l a i n t s have been
Pie a n d Apple P a n Dowdy." O n e ol T h e present rushing rules a r e very intricate, bin
our trustees shall then appear at the if they don't work out they c a n be corrected nexi
registered from these g r o u p s .
window, waving several pink h a n d - year. Then too, these rules were arrived at by a majL a s t y e a r t h e m e m b e r s of t h e Senior Board of
kerchiefs, a n d returning t h e compli- ority vote of sororities . . So w h a t ' s your problem"
the y e a r b o o k m e t with M e y e r s P u b l i s h i n g C o m Let's act our ages . . . Is thai loo much lo a k
ment by screaming iin C majori
p a n y a n d signed a c o n t r a c t which sets u p their
"Come On-A My House." THAT I S future teachers? If so, we're in a r u t .
THE SIGNAL. Everyone must hold
d e a d l i n e s c h e d u l e s . D u r i n g t h e s u m m e r t h e layHEAR YE!
lire until t h a t signal is given. There
out of t h e book w a s p l a n n e d a n d t h e staff began
The Traditionalists were successful a n d Minerva
is n o o t h e r signal. And remember
has been returned to her enviable position in Ihe
its work a s soon a s t h e s t u d e n t s r e t u r n e d to school.
the battle ery, it must be memorizRotunda. But now t h e two factions ol tratlillonalisi
T h e v o t i n g p o w e r r e g a r d i n g t h e y e a r b o o k lies
ed. "BURN BRUBACHER."
and non, have just as big a problem to contend with
with t h e m e m b e r s of i t s Senior B o a r d . Inter-sorT h e above item was snatched by . . . Imagine! .Should we keep o u r .system ol class
ority a n d Inter-fraternity
C o u n c i l s c a n register
an alert student from under t h e beanies or institute a college beanie? T h e r e will be
their c o m p l a i n t s w i t h t h e Hoard m e m b e r s for d u e To t h e Editor
"Egg Salad, $.15" grouping in t h e class meetings held next week to discuss this major
issue.
c o n s i d e r a t i o n . If t h e Pedagogue
Staff decides to
We, here a t State College are a l - cafeteria yesterday morning. It is
revert t o t h e m e t h o d of i n d i v i d u a l p i c t u r e s it will ways being told that we are grown respectfully requested by the writer EMBARASSING MOMENTS . . .
that it be brought to t h e a t t e n t i o n
m e a n b r e a k i n g its d e a d l i n e s which h a v e been set up a n d need little supervision. How- of all heroic and loyal students. T h e Perhaps il would be a good idea lo have a cireulai
ever,
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printed on courtesy . . . something we seem in lack
up in t h e c o n t r a c t . If t h e staff does not fulfill i t s
well as many other graduate stu- commodious a n d luxurious edifice
p a r t of t h e c o n t r a c t , t h e p u b l i s h i n g c o m p a n y is not d e n t s gave t h e impression that I which h a s been bequeathed to us and that's pulling il mildly. President Collins mil I
should not fall victim to such mali- have been very embarassed as were a lew membei
o b l i g a t e d t o t h e c o n t r a c t , which m e a n s that t h e was back in g r a m m a r school.
cious beasts ol prey. And lest you of the audience when Mr. Siegrlried kindly and eny e a r b o o k s will c o m e o u t a t a later d a t e in t h e You may remember t h a t the a s become complacent about it all, it lightenly a Idresse I our assemblage last week Pre
s p r i n g . A l t h o u g h t h e G r e e k s b u y t h e pages in t h e sembly last week began with a m o - is m y unfortunate duty to inform ident Collins obviously stood up a l l e r intrnduciiiL
book, is it worth p o s t p o n i n g t h e d i s t r i b u t i o n of vie on S t a t e College. iA very good you t h a t five thousand Siena stu- the speaker, in hopes thai we would follow In exjob of p r o p a g a n d u i n g - e o n g r a t u l a - dents a r e a t this moment sticking ample like-wise al t h e close of Ihe addles-, What athe book a n d d e p r i v i n g i h e g r e a t e r part of Student
tions to all concerned, i At the conm a t t a ! glue on t h e seals?
Association which finances most of ii from receiving clusion of this fine motion picture, pins in miniature copies of t h e
dormitory. Therefore let us all cut
QUESTION
Ol T i l l : WEEK , . .
it a t t h e proposed d a t e ?
not being a member of Student As- gym class today, and meet in t h e
sociation, I aitempted to leave. My boiler room a t t h e apointed hour, Is n hard headed lo be soil h e a r t e d ?
a t t e m p t was thwarted a t every exit as t h e crow flies i which is r a t h e r
STATE COLLEGE NEWS by t h e teeth bared, armed guards unlikely on such occasions,i . . ."
of C a m p u s Commission. I was told,
ESTABLISHED
MAY
1916
"Only faculty members m a y leave."
BY THE CLASS OF 191B
All t h e other graduate students
were given t h e same treatment. ForI KIIIAV, <>( TOIiF.lt 5
R A T I N G — F I R S T CLASS
tunately, a college education h a s
VOL. X X X V I
October 5, 1951
No. 3 given most gratis t h e abilty to meet
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French Club Reception in Richard- mi
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who looked loo healthy to become
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4
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HCA( IS Sniokei in I In- L o u n g e
committee of nine who, in comVery truly yours,
pany with Mrs. Eleanor Hiifhiiway, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER III
Saul Riilieiistcill, Orail will set up t h e code,
7:1)1) p.m.
Science Club Meeting in Room 150
our
Avenue Woppers—namely t h e roarlties a n d t h e eternities. When thus
assembled, t h e faculty chorus shall
goad t h e mob with a n original ballad entitled "I'm t h e Dean, You're
the Dean, t h e Dear Old Place is
Pull of Deans." Recognizing t h e
probable emotional effect of such
a n offering upon t h e group, one mom e n t of silent meditation shall be
required a t the close of the singing.
Following
this, all seventy-year
m e m b e r s of "Housemothers Forever"
shall come forward to receive their
licorice-dipped spears.
T h e chieftains of each participating group shall then proceed swift-
Go*tununic(Uia*U.
College Calendar
£ad
Week
On
I
OCTOBER
PAGE
S, I B S I
Student Organizations Elect Representatives
7o Formulate Regulations For College Union
Religious Clubs
Plan Reception,
Secure Speakers
3
State Sororities,
Fraternities Slate
Social Activities
The religious clubs have a n n o u n c ed plans for their future activities.
Student Christian Association will
hear a missionary speaker Wednesday, Newman Club will hold a tea
for women a n d a smoker for m e n
S u n d a y , Inter-Varsity Christian
Fellowship h a s scheduled
three
meetings, a n d Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America will hold
its first social of t h e year tonight
at t h e R P I Clubhouse.
Open Houses, Smoker
W i l l Highlight Events
State's seven sororities a n d t h r e e
of Its fraternities have released
their schedules for t h e coming week.
D a t e parties, open houses a n d i n itiations a r e included in their p r o grams.
Among t h e sororities holding open
houses this weekend a r e K a p p a Delta, Psl G a m m a a n d Beta Zeta. E l Veteran to Address SCA
izabeth P i a t t '53 who is G e n e r a l
J o h n Charles Heinrich will speak
C h a i r m a n of t h e K a p p a Delta Open
to Student Christian
Association
House, h a s announced t h a t it will be
Wednesday on "A Philosophy of
held Sunday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Life." Heinrich, a veteran of World
T h e remaining two sororities, B e t a
War I I , is a g r a d u a t e of Yale
Zeta a n d Psi G a m m a , have schedDivinity School, a n d also did graduled their open houses for S t a t e s uate work a t Cornell. According to
men tonight from 8 p.m. to 12 midHelen Pilcher '52, President of SCA,
night, according to their respective
Heinrich h a s some Interesting a n d
Presidents, Evelyn Kamke a n d A n n
challenging things to relate conSullivan, Seniors. Madeleine P a y n e
cerning his beliefs for "A Philoso'54, General Chairman of t h e B e t a
phy of Life." His a r m y observations
Zeta Open House, h a s stated t h a t
play a great part in what he h a s to
t h e theme will be "Come on a o u r
say, and make it timely material
house."
for Christians in today's world.
To Celebrate Founder's Day
Also on SCA agenda is the Annual
Jacqueline Coplon '54, President
Intercollegiate Fall Conference of
of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority h a s
the Student Christian Movement in
announced t h a t the group will celeNew York S t a t e , which will be held
brate Founder's Day Thursday. A
the weekend of Friday, October 19
reception under t h e direction of
through Sunday, October 21, a t VasPearl Mint/or '53 will be held for
sal' College, Poughkeepsie, N e w
Mrs. I r m a Leod Cohen. National
York. T h e speakers will be Dr.
President of Ihe Sorority. Mrs. E d Reinhold Neiber a n d Dr. Theodore
gar Fisher, National Province D i Gill. SCA will pay most of t h e exThe
members
of
Student
Union
Board
pictured
above
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t
:
Joan
lie
Vinny
'53,
member
of
rector a n d Ihe alumni from t h e
penses lor tlie weekend. Anyone interested in al lending t h e conference Music Council; Patrick Carlo '53, member of Commerce Club; Mary Borys Marks '52, m e m b e r of Myskania; Capital district yvill also attend t h e
is asked lo sign up on Ihe SCA bul- Mrs. Eleanor H a t h a w a y , Advisor; Grace Smitli '52, ICtlitor of S t a t e College News; Antlri w Sim '54, President reception.
G a m m a K a p p a P h i will hold a
letin board or contact Ruth La Graff of Christian Science Organization; J a m e s Coles '52, Vice-President of Pi Omega P i ; Joseph Lombardi '53,
date party tonight Iron, 8 p.m. to
'52, via student mail. Chapel service C h a i r m a n of I n t e r - G r o u p Council; a n d Aliki Apostolides '53, Class Representative of WAA.
12 midnight. Elizabeth
Loughlin
next Wednesday will have Dr. F r a n Information concerning the o r '52 is in charge of all a r r a n g e m e n t s .
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cess Colby, tnsructor in English, as ganization of Ihe S t u d e n t Union
' Student Union C o m m i t t e e and who will a c t a.s temporary
Chi Sigma T h e t a Holds Initiation
speaker a n d Carol Jenkins '51 asCommittee n a s been released by will be a policy-making board a n d c h a i r m a n of t h e board.
Formal initiation was held for
leader.
Mrs. Merlin W. Hathaway, advisor " will organize t h e activities of thithree Sophomores by Chi Sigma
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Theta Monday, October 1, accordAccording lo Beverly Pranilis '53, Brubacher Hall. T h e first meeling elected by his group organization , l u , composite of activity groups in ing to Florence Kloser '52, President.
Committee heads a r e i n President. Newman Club will hold was held Thursday, October 4 in e x . e p t Eaward Peene '52 who was
T h e new members include Mary
appointed by i h e S t u d e n t Council
a lea tor all women from 11 p.m. toMrs. Hathawav's office.
Ann Cossaboon, Nancy Sangaline
elude:!
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and Eileen Snyder.
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repaffair will be followed by a smoker
resented by Mary Marks '52 includes Vole Releases Officers
for men, starling al 7 p.m. Alice
T h o m a s Yole '52, President of
S
t u d e n t Council a n d Myskania;
Whittemore '54 is in charge of t h e
Cultural Group, headed by Joan De Potter Club, has released the names
lea, and John Lannon '53 serves as
Vinny '53 includes D.fcA, Music of t h e new olficers for t h e coming
chairman of Ihe smoker. All s l u Council,
Debate Council,
Radio year. Donald Sonberg yvill fulfill t h e
tleiit;, including freshmen, a r e inCouncil, and F o r u m ;
Publications. office of President of t h e House
vited lo attend Ihe tea or Hie smoT h e Civil Service Commission has
Opportunities for those who wish Group, represented by Grace Smith Thomas Benenati '53, Vice Presiker.
made il known t h a t two Federal l» join eerlain music d e p a r t m e n t '52 incliu'e, News, Pedagogue, Press dent; Edward Bonahue '53, TITUS
IVCF To Hold Bible Class
i
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i
i classes Mill exist, announces Marion Bureau Primer, a n d Directory: De- urer, and Rober: Jacoby '54, House
William Whilwer '53, President, civil,, service
( x a n n n a t l o n s designed „, ,
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Newton
52, President, ol Music pal tmcntal Group, headed by P a t - Manager.
has
released
i h e Inter - Varsity
French. Kappa Beta Sponsors Picnic
lor outstanding college m e n a n d council. Mitchell Burkowsky '52 hits rick Carlo '53 includes
Christian Fellowship schedule which
Spanish,
Mathematics,
Science,
A reunion picnic yvill be held by
includes Bible study class today id women svill be announced during been elected te Music Council to Commerce, a n d Classical; Religious
3:30 p.m. m Room 2(1!), Draper. At a Ihe third week of October. Exam- 1111 t h e place vacated by J o a n T a n - G n l i l l i y h e i i d e d ^ j T v ' " ^ ^ ! ^ " sim'"'M Kappa Beia, according to fraternity
president, Joseph
Friedman '51.
meeting on Tuesday, October !). Ed- millions yvill ije given for positions lun 52
Newman, SCA,
Hlllel
T h e r e are . I ill openings fur cello, C'lr'istian Science, IVCF. a n d IZFA; Members a n d I heir dales should
ward I'enlecnsI wili tell ul his [VCF nl .junior Management
Assistant | J;
-nai e di inns, and French horn Community Group, headed by J o -gather al the house at 10 a.m. to
stall work in Mexico. T h e first in
' 5 3 includes I G C . travel to Thati her Park.
L,mlbl,„ti
a scries ol three lectures on " T h e 12 and Junior Professional Assislanf. players in t h e orchestra which r e Frills l» Held Smoker
o'clock Christian Message" will be
T h e J u n i o r Managemen, Assistant E ' c h i X ^ S ^ i r H i L ^ i
^ f f
r h S R l K "
Inter-friilei'uily Council is holdgiven T h u r s d a y , October 11. A m e m „„
...
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ber ol t h e IVCF British lean) now
l he I n s t r u m e n t s , (1 | U |,, S T);i i n d u d e s WAA a n d MAA; all licish ami transfers. Joseph
louring t h e eastern tinned Stales examination will he open lo sill- Music will supply
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, ,, Honorary O r >up, headed by J a m e s Friedman, President of the Council
will give l his first lecture at noon deiiis with Ira mints or experience in ' ' ' ' . ' * , " ' ' '
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Kappa, has announced that all men a r e invited.
le administration who show leader- Mondays from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.and Pi Omega P i .
I / F A Schedules Social
The S l a t e c h a p t e r of IZFA h a s snip and management ability. T h e Flush are Invited lo try-mil ul 4:30
announced plans lo hold Us lirsl examination ;or J u n i o r Professional 1 " " ' , i r "' 1 ' Orientation. T h e r e will
social ul Ihe year tonight al 7:3(1
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lie isso operellas this year; "Trial
p.in in Ihe RIM chapter Clubhouse. ...sislanls will be open to sludenls „ y | | n y , , ) y ,.,„,„,., , m ( | K l | l l i v . m ,H
There will be enlerl ainiiieiil, r e - in Hie Ileitis oi bacteriology, ecu- ., |uke-o!f on Ihe British court s.vsIreshinenls, aim dancing. T r a n s p o r - liiiiiiics, geogniphy, geophysics, so- loin, a n d "Doyen m Ihe Valley" by
tation can be arranged by notify- rial science, i nil .lallsl'.es Persoie, Kurl W r " 'N " n American folk o p ing Lillian Kaiiunsky '51 or liiilli who wish lo oi so mas apply lor era Try-outs lor Ihe lead p a i l s yvill
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STATE
4
COLLEGE
NEWS,
FRIDAY,
OCTOBER
5, 1 0 5 1
STATE
Bureau Director
Announces List
OF Placements
Recent Graduates Earn
Positions A s Teachers
A n a n n o u n c e m e n t m a d e by E l m e r
C . M a t h e w s , D i r e c t o r of T e a c h e r
Placement Bureau, h a s released t h e
n a m e s of g r a d u a t e s w h o h a v e r e ceived t e a c h i n g positions. All a p p o i n t m e n t s a r e f r o m t h e c l a s s of ' 5 1 .
G r a d u a t e s w h o h a v e received p o sitions a r e a s follows: J o h n Parley,
Black River, Social Studies; D o r o thy Hill, N o r t h
Syracuse,
Commerce; N o r m a Luce, Homer, E n g lish; W i l l i a m D e n n i s , West L e y d e n ,
English;
Clifford W e b b , H a r t f o r d ,
Guidance Counselor;
Claramartha
Brawn, Mineola, fourth grade; R o b ert Valachovic, Medina, Junior High
Social
Studies;
Malcom
Slakter,
Oppenheim, Mathematics, Science;
Anne Wainia, Northborough, M a t h ematics; S u e Gallo, Ravena, C o m m e r c e ; Lois C r u d e n , Scotia, J u n i o r
High Mathematics; Patricia Brady,
Randolph,
Commerce;
William
Bridsall, U t i c a College, Social S t u d ies; G e o r g e G e a r h a r d t , W e l l s , B u s iness S u b j e c t s ; Cecil J o h n s o n , O t selic, M a t h e m a t i c s , S c i e n c e ; J o a n n a
Wells, F o n d a , F r e n c h , English, S o cial S t u d i e s , L i b r a r y ; J a m e s M o o r e ,
Rushvllle, Mathematics, G u i d a n c e ;
Patricia
Lamb,
Endwell,
Junior
High Social S t u d i e s ; G o r d o n H a m mond,
Middlebury,
Commerce;
Mary Scuderl,
Old Forge,
Latin,
French; M a r t h a Downey, Southald,
Business Subjects; Harold Dumbleton, E l m i r a Heights, Social Studies;
William Fogert, East
Greenbush,
Junior High
Mathematics,
Social
Studies; Edward White, Ossining,
C o m m e r c e ; Elsie S h a w , R o c h e s t e r ,
Social Studies; Marie Adamo, R y e ,
Commerce; Robert Converse, Lyon
Mountaint French, Latin;
Standel
Edison,
Catskill,
Social
Studies;
Herbert
Ginsberg,
Cambridge,
Mathematics;
Harold
Ganning,
Vestal, M a t h e m a t i c s ,
Law, Salesm a n s h i p ; Andrew Rossctti , C a m bridge,
Social
Studies; ' Helen
Agnello,
Bainbridge,
Commerce;
Garner Walsh, Greenwich, Science;
Marilyn Strehlow, Polonyra, Commerce; a n d Joyce Baringer, Bullston Lake, English.
T h e following
placements
have
been m a d e from classes other t h a n
t h e c l a s s of ' 5 1 : J e r o m e F l o x '50,
H i g h l a n d Falls, Social Studies; M r s .
D o r i s A n d e r s o n '49, J o h n s o n C i t y ,
English;
Joan
Aldous
'48, N e w
P a l t z , G u i d a n c e ; F r a n c e s Z l n n l '48,
Fairport High School,
Commerce;
M r s . M a r i o n K e c k '42, I t h a c a H i g h
School, Commerce, a n d Gloria P i r o w s k i '47, H u n t i n g t o n S t a t i o n , S o cial S t u d i e s .
Science Organization
W i l l Hold Discussion
Dormant Collection Of Records Dorms Schedule Lape Releases
Will Awoken To Student Touch Hayride, Picnic Honorary List
In Thatcher Park For Lasf Term
A r e y o u f o n d of t h e r i c h s w e e p i n g m a g n i f i c e n c e of H a n d e l ' s " W a t er
Music"?
Do the
triumphant
c h o r d s of B e e t h o v e n ' s " F i f t h S y m p h o n y " fall sweetly u p o n y o u r e a r s ?
If s o , t h e c o l l e g e L i b r a r y ' s r e c o r d
collection is waiting for you. T h e r e
a r e m a n y , m a n y h o u r s of l i s t e n i n g
r e p o s i n g i n t h e l i b r a r y files, A m o n g
t h e s e a r e " L a M e r " by Debussy,
B r a h a m ' s Sympony No. 8 in B m i nor, a n d t h e songs a n d spirituals
of M a r i o n A n d e r s o n .
I n general, t h e records in t h e col-
7MM**' 9H
7If
By JEANNINE
loan
BUHKE
O n t h e c o n c e r t s t a g e of t h e R P 1
F,eld House Weunesday,
October
17, t n e B o s t o n S y m p h o n y o r c h e s u a , u n d e r t n e d i r e c t i o n of C h a r l e s
M u n c h , will b e h e a r d i n t h e i r s e c ond a n n u a l Fall concert.
Music
l o v e r s of t h e a r e a will h a v e a n
opportunity to hear Mr. Munch in
his world f a m o u s i n t e r p r e t a t i o n oi
otiioiz
"Symphonie
rancastique"
with t h e largest
instrumentation
ever presented on a concert tour.
A n c x l n o i t i o n of t h e p a i n t i n g of
t h e Woocisiock a r t i s t e will b e g i n a t
u i e A i o a n y i n s t i t u t e of H i s t o r y a n d
/ii t. o n O c t o b e r 10.
' t h i s S a t u r d a y is Activities Day,
but, t h e N e w s h a s a l r e a d y t o l d y o u
U u u . F o r a l l o l y o u t ' 5 5 , '54, '5Ji
w h o a r e interested, R a d i o Council
will h a v e I t s d e s k In t h e I n n e r C o m m o n s . T h i s is o u r f o u r t h y e a r .it
S t a l e a n d n o w , a s b e f o r e a n d Willi
even more e m p h a s i s o n you, we
w a n t to p u t S t a t e College a n d her
o r g a n i z a t i o n s belore t h e public eye
a n a to give t h e s t u d e n t s t h e experie n c e a n d e n j o y m e n t of b e i n g o n
t h e a i r , w r i t i n g s c r i p t s of v a r i o u s
k i n d s a n d w o r k i n g i n t h e fields of
journalism a n d art.
Wandering
Stupifies
Visitor
Students
T o t a l l y u n a w a r e of t h e a s t o n ished
s t a r e s of s t u d e n t s , t h e
distinguished
looking
visitor
a m b l e d d o w n t h e a i s l e of t h e
Education class. Ignoring d r a s tic r e s u l t s t o h i s b r o w n a n d
white coat, he reclined o n t h e
floor a n d p r e p a r e d himself for
a n h o u r of c o m f o r t a b l e l i s t e n ing.
He d i d n ' t even t a k e notes. He
w a s i n c a p a b l e of it, h a v i n g n o
t e x t , n o n o t e b o o k , n o t so m u c h
a s a s c r a p of p a p e r . T h e p r o f e s s o r , u n a w a r e of t h i s c r e a t u r e ,
continued his lecture, while stud e n t s remained stupefied.
W h a t was his purpose? W a s
h e a spy for s o m e subversive o r ganization, a Kefauver
agent,
or a M c C a r t h y f a n ?
No o n e
knew.
T h e bell r a n g .
T h e visitor
arose, stretched
himself, a n d
w a n d e r e d o u t of t h e r o o m . T h e
m y s t e r y w a s solved. H e w a s Just
a lonely, tired, oversized m o n g r e l wlio f o u n d
Room
111 a
wonderful
place lo forget bis
woes a n d take a m i d - m o r n i n g
siesta.
T h e o p e r a t i o n of t h e a u t o m o b i l e
d a s h b o a r d i n s t r u m e n t s will b e t h e
s u b j e c t of d i s c u s s i o n a t t h e first
m e e t i n g of S c i e n c e C l u b , t o b e h e l d
a t 7:30 p . m . W e d n e s d a y in R o o m
150, H u s t e d , a c c o r d i n g t o B a r b a r a
Wolslogel
54, P u b l i c i t y
Director.
V i r g i n i a M a c D o n a k l '52, wil d e m tHi.s'On^te t h e o p e r a t i o n of
dashb o a r d i n s t r u m e n t s by u s i n g h o u s e hold utensils.
Club plans lor the coming year
i n c l u d e t h e . s u b m i s s i o n of s e v e r a l
p a p e r s to t h e E a s t e r n Colleges Scie n c e C o n f e r e n c e . M e m b e r s of I h e
c l u b will s u b m i t I n d i v i d u a l p a p e r s
T h e M a t h C l u b will h o l d Its first
Miss W o l s l e g e l
urges anyone Int e r e s t e d in s c i e n c e , e s p e c i a l l y t h o s e m e e t mi! T u e s d a y , f r o m II lo 5 p . in.
s t u d e n t s w h o a r e m a j o r i n g o r i n n i - in t h e L o u n g e at B r u b a c h e r H a l l ,
o r l n g In s c i e n c e , t o a t t e n d t h e m e e t - a c c o r d i n g l o D a n i e l J o y '52. T h e
p r o g r a m will i n c l u d e a n a f t e r n o o n
ing.
leu a n d I h e p r e s e n t a t i o n
of l l i r
Millh Club activities lor Ihe coming
Pi Omega Pi Plans Reception/
year
I lonoraty Initiates New Member
M e m b e r s ol t h e M a i h e i n a t l e s D e D o n a l d B u r n s '52, w a s i n i t i a t e d p a r t m e n t will he p r e s e n t at I h e l e a
i n t o PI O m e g a Pi, Niiiioiial H o n o r - All s t u d e n t s i n t e r e s t e d in i n u l h c m a a r y B u s i n e s s E d u c a t i o n S o c i e t y , at lles a r e i n \ lied t o a t t e n d I h e ineel a mooting held Tuesday.
A p l a n - l o g a n d m e e t t h e i r f a c u l t y m iin
n i n g c o m m i t t e e , c o n s i s t i n g ol S u e i i i l o r i n a l
atmosphere
Williams, Harriet
JuennllllK, a n d
Dorothy
HaiUmin,
.Seniors, w a s
10% D I S C O U N T T O
appointed
STI DiiNTH a m i I'ACULTV
A c o m m i t t e e was appointed to
ON RECOKUM
h e l p plan a r e c e p t i o n lor t h e eoiumeice dcpui'lincnt students
The
members
ol t h i s c o m m i t t e e u i e
M a l ' c e l l l i e Hllcve, H a r r i e t
JlUUwlI5ii C e n t r a l A v e ,
(12-02::i
Ing,
James
Cole;,, a n d
Dorothy
o p e n E v e n i n g s U n t i l l):0()
Hart m a n , Seniors.
Math Club Will Meet
A t Brubacher Lounge
BLUE mn mu?
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Tuesday night In B r u b a c h e r
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"A" Club.
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lettermen w h o discussed t h e need
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p r e s t i g e of t h e V a r s i t y L e t t e r a n d
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by H a t h a w a y a n d G a r c i a .
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AA b u d g e t s u b m i t t e d by t h e a t h letic d i r e c t o r s .
5. T o d e t e r m i n e t h e A A t a x w i t h
I h e a p p r o v a l of t h e P r e s i d e n t of t h e
College.
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Ihe I n d i a n s render t h e m both u n known
quantities
although
they
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G e o r g e S c h a e r t l , M a n a g e r of I n t r a m u r a l f o o t b a l l t h i s fall a n n o u n ced t h a t il f o r f e i t u r e s c o n t i n u e a s
11 icy h a v e s o f a r , ol f e u d i n g t e a m s
will be d r o p p e d a n d t h e r e m a i n d e r
p l a c e d in o n e l e a g u e . II is t o \y
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of
WAA, h a s a n n o u n c e d t h e results
of T u e s d a y ' s r e p l a c e m e n t e l e c t i o n .
Alikl A p o s t o l l d e s w a s c h o s e n a s n e w
council
representative
from
the
C l a s s of '53.
S i g n - u p sheets have been posted
for t h e H o c k e y P l a y d a y s c h e d u l e d
N o v e m b e r 3, a t S k i d m o r e .
T h i s y e a r , a t w i r l i n g c o r p s is b e ing organized u n d e r W A A s p o n s o r ship. Half-time p r o g r a m s a r e being
p l a n n e d for t h e b a s k e t b a l l g a m e s .
E x p e r i e n c e Is n o t n e c e s s a r y . B a t o n
l e s s o n s will b e g i v e n a s p a r t of
the
program.
Experienced
twlrle r s will m a k e u p t h e c o r e of t h e
squad, with novices being added as
soon as t h e i r ability qualifies t h e m .
Both batons a n d uniforms are being s u p p l i e d b y W A A .
If y o u ' r e I n t e r e s t e d i n c h e e r l e a d ing, p r e - t r y o u t p r a c t i c e s a r e n o w
being held S a t u r d a y m o r n i n g s a t
1100 a. m . o n P a g e F i e l d , o r i n t h e
gym
during
bad weather.
Ruth
Dunne, manager, encourges everyone interested
to try out. Every
m e m b e r of t h i s y e a r ' s s q u a d will b e
selected from t h e t r y - o u t s . A n e w
s y s t e m Is b e i n g set, u p , u n d e r w h i c h
t h e r e will b e s i x m e m b e r s a n d t w o
subs on both t h e varsity a n d J u n ior v a r s i t y , or a t o t a l of e i g h t o n
each
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Cause Champlain
To Alter Schedule
T h e S t a t e College Varsity S o c cer o p e n i n g g a m e s c h e d u l e d for 2
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s t a t e of a f f a i r s c a m e a b o u t a s a
r e s u l t of a u m i n i s t r a t i o n a l d i f f i c u l t i e s a t Champlain which delayed t h e
opemn
f>' ° r s c n o 0 ' a t t n a t ' n s t i t u » o n
until jusi a lew days ago.
Coaches Joe Garcia a n d Merlin
H a t h a w a y h a v e ueen e x e r t i n g every
possible ei fort t o p a t c h u p this deleL
' " " i n t h e schedule, but a t this
(ate uate it seems r a t h e r hopeless,
li n o I n t e r - c o i l o g i a t e m a t c h c a n
be m u s t e r e d , t h e r e will be a r e g u l a tion V a r s i t y - J u n i o r Varsity tilt.
(iolclin
Shows
Great
Promise
Despite this misfortune, there are
s o m e b r i g h t e r s p o t s in t h e S t a t e
Soccer story. T h e squad h a s been
b o l s t e r e d b y t h e a d d i t i o n of D o n
Lein a n d B o b Crumley, both freshmen w h o have h a d previous experience. In addition the progress
s h o w n
u
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o t h e r f i n e r p o i n t s of t h e g a m e , h e
h a s s h o w n a t r e m e n d o u s ability to
learn fast, a n d should t u r n o u t to
be o n e of t h e m a i n s t a y s of t h e
squad.
Veterans
Spark
Squad
Three
other m e n who deserve
far m o r e t h a n j u s t passing praise
a r e B e n B u t t o n . Al C a n n o n , a n d
R a l p h A d a m s . B u t t o n ' s steady play
a t a n y p o s i t i o n o n t h e field, C a n non's fight a n d hustle a n d Adam's
driving spirit h a v e been a colossal
lift for t h e t e a m , a n d h a v e c e r t a i n l y h e l p e d G a r c i a in s e l e c t i n g
a f i r s t t e a m . T h e w o r k of t h i s t r i o ,
combined
with Red McCormack's
s o c c e r k n o w - h o w , a n d t h e field g e n e r a l s h i p of C u r l y S t r i c k l a n d a r e a l l
r e f l e c t i o n s of t h e t i m e a n d e f f o r t
put In by C o a c h J o e G a r c i a a n d
t h e spirit h e h a s Instilled in his
men.
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p u l l i n g t h e p l a y e r s o u t of p o s i t i o n ,
Hathaway Holds Firit Practice,
thus Garcia h a s employed t h e game
Expects Successful Hoop Season
of w a l k i n g s o c c e r d u r i n g
practice
s e s s i o n s In a n e f f o r t to e a s e t h i s
I n p r e p a r a t i o n for a l o u g h t w e n - f a u l t . If w o r k c o n t i n u e s t o be a s
ty g a m e
schedule, Coach
M e r l i n s u c c e s s f u l a s it h a s b e e n t h e o u t I l a l h a w a y s e n t m i l h i s f i r s t c a l l for look for a g o o d s e a s o n Is In t h e offbasketball candidates.
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W i t h t h e r e t u r n of B r o w n , T a b o r ,
Allaslo,
Walker,
Zongrone,
and
I l o p p e y , C o a c h H a t h a w a y Is q u i t e
c o n f i d e n t of a s u c c e s s f u l b a s k e t b a l l
season.
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Under the new corporation established last J u n e , v a r s i t y sports a r e
n o l o n g e r p a r t of M A A , b u t r a t h e r
a separate organization. T h e Stude n t Association m e m b e r s elected to
t h e b o a r d of d i r e c t o r s will r e p r e s e n t t h e i n t e r e s t s of t h e e n t i r e s t u
d e n t body. Also, t o s e r v e o n t h e
board a r e two faculty m e m b e r s w h o
will b e a p p o i n t e d b y P r e s i d e n t C o l l i n s . A m e m b e r of t h e a t h l e t i c d e p a r t m e n t , also s e l e c t e d by t h e P r e s i d e n t , will a c t a s e x e c u t i v e s e c r e G u e s s I h e s c o r e s of t h e f o l l o w i n g t a r y .
t w e l v e g a m e s c o r r e c t l y a n d y o u will
Next F r i d a y , S A will e l e c t t w o
be 11K
I h e l u c k y w i n n e r of u f r e e c a r I o n of c i g a r e t t e s . Pill in t h e s c o r e s s e n i o r s a n d o n e j u n i o r m e m b e r t o
ith y o u r
predictions,
sign
y o u r serve on t h e board. N o m i n a t e d a r e
n a m e a n d p u t t h e b l a n k i n t h e R.av C h a m p l l n , D o n B u r n s , G e o r g e
Ni'.WH m a i l b o x o u t s i d e of t h e old S c h e a r t l , a n d E s s i e J u e n g l i n g , S e n a
P. O . b e l o r e 4 : 3 0 t o d a y .
i o r s a n d J o e M c C o r m i c k a n d P a u l t h e mcc}}n*
as secretary.
Ward. Juniors.
T h e r e w a s no w i n n e r
in
last
w e e k ' s c o n t e s t b e c a u s e five p e o p l e
T h e new corporation solves m a n y
tied
with
seven
correct
o u t of p r o b l e m s f o r m e r l y e n c o u n t e r e d by
twelve.
MAA. Varsity sports schedule c a n
Meet u n ;
Ihe Gremlins,
Kappa
Belli I n a u g u r a t e s a n o t h e r quest for ' l n l e tn r o u n d out I h e first w e e k ' s
Hie lut l it n u n al [''oolbiill t i t l e loda.\ - i in d i i l r w P l i a l l of t h e B e v e r w y c k
o n t h e D o r m h e l d B l e s s e d Willi n I c a m s s e e i n g a c t i o n . T h e I n d i a n Vs.
l i n e I h a l a v e ' a g e s 1115 p o u n d s . I h e i r .' - a v l e s a n d K a p p a D e l i a K h o v s . t h e
e x p e r i e n c e a n d w e i g h t m a k e t h e m < ' n m i n i s a p p e a r t o be t h e d u e l al l o p f a v o r i t e s ;n t h e i r l e a g u e if not 11 act i o n s ol t h e d a y .
I o r l ' e i t s .Mar S c h e d u l e
for I h e c o l l e g e I d l e .
In g a m e s p l a y e d t h i s w e e k t h e
Fresh from t h e i r victory over I h e
.'oiniiiiitrr's
Cluh.
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Hull A l l e l e s f o r f e i t e d
to HI,8 a n d tin
l a k e s o n I h e A n g l e s nl B e v e r w y c k V a n d a l s f o r f e i t e d
to Poller
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a
low-scoring
in t o d a y ' s o i l i e r g a m e . Not m u c h i iiirlnw l l a
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out slli-li
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mid
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fi",ure
then
c h a n c e s for I h e c h a m p i o n s h i p lho.\ P i H U M " , lo field u l y p i c n lly si r o n g
ii;-ui. A l t h o u g h they d i d little lo
won In J y e a r a r e inn "red
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STARTING MONDAY
and
FRIDAY,
Kappa Beta Meets Gremlins At Beverwyck In Football
Today;
Forfeitures Hamper Play As Thurlow, Potter Club, SLS Win
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lection a r e t h e type which d o n o t
g o o u t of d a t e . T h e y I n c l u d e S h a k e s p e r i a n plays, classical music, a n d
s e m i - c l a s s i c a l w o r k s . M o s t of t h e m
a r e t h e r e g u l a r 78 R . P . M . ' s ( R e v olutions Per Minute), but t h e newe s t a r e t h e l o n g - p l a y i n g 3 3 1-3
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STATE C O L L E G E N E W S . FRIDAY,
PAOK 6
OCTOBER S, 1 9 8 1
Wilson Speaks
Sophomore Skit Japanese Finds Reading Problem, Skidmore Plans
Will commence Friendliness, In Educational Search New Laboratory At Conference
A Phonetics Laboratory is being
The annual meeting of the CounKoriyama, State Col- by working with the United States
set up in Room 242, Draper, accord- cil of City and Village SuperintenEvening Program legeTo isNaoshi
a wonderful place. He even military government on Okinawa.
ing to Dr. James W. Childers, Pro- dents was held Sunday through
i Continued from Page l, Column 5)
ag-er; Neil Brown, musical director;
Dolores Donnelly, sets; John Lang,
make-up; Patricia Dean, costumes;
Kathleen Oberst, props; and William Floyd, lights, Sophomores.
Immediately following the skit,
there will be a Sing on Page Field.
Stuuents will gather around the
bonfire according to class. The Sing
will be followed by a snake dance
from Page Field to Brubacher Hall.
Snake Dance To Conclude At SU
Led by Thomas Hoppey '54, those
taking part in the snake dance will
proceed up Western Avenue, over
Cortland Place to State Street and
up State to the Student Union.
From 9:30 p.m. until 12 midnight,
there will be dancing in the Game
Loom. Refreshments will be served
at the Snack Bar during the dance.
Vion is assisted by Ann Oberst
'53, Floor Captain; Pamela Calabrese and Neil Brown, Sophomores,
entertainment; Sara Danzis '52,
bonfire; Thomas Hoppey '54, snake
dance; and Elizabeth Coykendall
'53, dance chairman.
likes it better than the University
of New Mexico, where he studied
last year. Why? He admits the reason is purely non-academic, but he
is delighted with our numerous,
varied receptions.
A long way from home, Naoshi
doesn't feel too strange because he
has known many Americans. This
native of the Oshima Islands, which
are a part of the Ryuku Islands,
secured his knowledge of Americans
French Club To Greet Students
A t Annual Reception In Lounge
French Club will hold its annual
reception in Richardson Lounge today from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., according to Donald D. Voellinger '54,
President. Any French student may
attend.
The highlight of the reception
will be a Virginia Reel called in
Fienfh, states Voellinger. Entertainment and refreshments will be
provided.
Alter laning several competitive
examinations, ne was one of fiftytwo Japanese stuaents chosen to
spend a year of study in the United
biaies. m i s year of study was sponsoreu oy tne United States Army
woi'King co-Jointly with the Institute oi international Education.
rne group sailed to San Francisco in the early summer of 1950. The
world is a small place; if Naoshi
hau sailed a year later, he would
have ueen on the same ship with
Yurio Kobayashi, another Japanese
stucient at State.
The informality and friendliness
of scucients in America please Naoshi. He is also impressed by the
close ties existing between the faculty members and students.
Fortunately for State, Naoshi
Koriyama had decided to complete
his educational career in this country, and more specifically, at State.
A social studies major, his main
difficulty lies in getting his reading
assignments finished on time. Don't
worry, Naoshi, we all have that
problem.
fessor of Modern Languages. It will
be equipped to record sounds and
practice work of phonetics students
m Modern Languages- Dr. Willard
E. Skidmore, Professor of Modern
Languages, is in charge of the laboratory.
The equipment will be used primarily by the phonetics classes in
French and Spanish. It is hoped
that the facilities will soon be open
to all French, Spanish, and German students so they may use the
recorder to improve their pronunciation.
At present the laboratory is
equipped with several solo phones
and a victrola. The solo phones
will enable the students to practice
without annoying others in the
room. A record collection has been
started which includes Linguaphone
records and the Henry Holt spoken
Russian records that are being used
by the army to teach Russian to its
personnel. "Army method" teaching records have been ordered for
use in the laboratory and are expected to arrive soon.
Tuesday, October 1 to October 3, at
Saranac Lake, New York. Edward
J. Sabol, Coordinator of F'ield Services, Elmer C. Mathews, Director of
Teacher Placement Bureau, and Dr.
Kenneth J. Frasure, Assistant Professor of Education, attended the
conference along with school superintendents from all of New York
State.
Highlighting the meeting was a
talk by Lewis A. Wilson, Commissioner of Education. Wilson addressed the conlerence concerning the
necessity of teachers recruiting new
members into their profession because of the greatly increased enrollment in the public schools. He
also discussed the question of
building materials for new educational institutions and schools, and
the problems that will arise due to
Universal Military Training. The
first educational U'oadcast sponsored by the Council originated from
this meeting and reached FM stations throughout the state.
C H E S T E R F I E L D - U M W SELLIHG CIGARETTE IN AMERICA'S COLLEGES
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British Speakers
W i l l Address
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A L B A N Y , N E W YORK,
Peene Dec/ares
Rules For Use
In Student Union
F R I D A Y OCTOBER 12, 1051
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IN ASSEMBLE
VOL. XXXVI N O . 4
Peds To Encounter
Brockport, Oswego
Brubacher Bar
Turns Tavern
So you think you're going; to
the snack bar tonight? Well,
you're not. You'll be eating at
Temperance Tavern, the winning name in a contest recently
held to rename said sumptuous
site.
If you notice that Jerome
Murtha, a freshman, is getting
heavier as the days go by, even
though he's skipping lunches,
it's because he's the lucky winner of ten dollars worth of coffee, cokes, hamburgers, frankfurters, sundaes, milk shakes,
and a carton of cigarettes, He
won over such names as Bru
Bar, Refresh Inn, The Snack
Shack, The Think Sink, The
Galley, and even Siena Hall, not
to mention the 21 suggestions
submitted by one enterprising
girl in the Junior Class.
Well, Jerome, you'll soon be
the most popular freshman at
State. Be scein' you at the tavern.
With the meeting of the Student
Union Board, rules for the use of
W h o ' s W h o E l e c t i o n s t h f Brubacher Building have been
set up, according to Edward Peene
At the Student Council meeting '52, temporary Chairman. Hosts and
Wednesday evening delegates were Hostesses will be stationed throughelected to attend various confer- out the Union to assist students in
ences, a standard beanie for future carrying out the rules,
freshman classes was adopted, and Game Room
the State Fair Chairman was cho- Monday-Thursday; 11:30 a.m. to
Playing a team that is rated
jen.
10:45 p.m.
Page Hall will be the setting for fourth in the country, the State
Today's assembly program in- Friday and Saturday; 11:30 a.m.
two Advance Dramatics class plays, College soccer team will usher in
cludes speakers sponsored by Inter- to 12:45 p.m.
a
drama and a comedy, Tuesday the 1951 season at Brockport at 2
Sunday;
2:30
p.m.
to
10:45
p.m.
Varsity Christian Fellowship, anevening
at 8:15 p.m. James Hughes p.m. today. After this contest the
1.
Ping-pong
paddles,
cards
and
nounces William Wiley '52, Presianj
Walter
Goodell, Juniors, will Statesmen will travel to Oswego to
dent of Student Association. Sen all other game equipment mu.st be
direct
the
productions, declares complete the campaign's m o s t
iors are to be elected for Who's signed out through the Union ComHenry Smith '52, President of Dra- gruelling road trip with a game
Who Among the Students in Amer- mission host or hostess.
against Oswego State tomorrow.
matics and Arts Council.
2. No refreshments will be alican Universities and Colleges, and
This will mark the first meeting beThose
students
who
are
acting
in
class and Athletic Association elec- lowed in the Game Room unless the
tween State and Oswego and the
the
drama
are:
Frederic
Knoerzer,
Snack Bar is being used to capacity.
tions will be held.
second time the Peds have tangled
Graduate;
Robert
Sanders,
Edward
Snack Bar:
IVCF Engages Speakers
Kyle, Seniors; Louis Petfield, Thom- with Brockport.
1. All dishes and glasses must be
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow
The Brockport squad will be led
as Hughes, Louis Vion, William
ship lias engaged graduate students returned to the Ontario Street end
by two All-American soccer playHawkins.
Juniors;
Stanley
Howlett
from British universities, who will of the Snack Bar.
'54; Robert Henderson and Ross ers, Bondi and Orbaker; it was
2. No card playing or other
speak in assembly today, according
Newman,
freshmen.
Committee Bondi's spectacular play as goal
to William Whitwer '53, President games will be allowed in the Snack
heads assisting Hughes are: Bar- keeper last year that defeated State
of the State College IVCF. Danne Bar.
bara Newcombe, Richard Scott, and 4-0. Not too much is known about
Gordon, John Holmes, Peter Haile, 3. Chairs and tables must be left
Francis Hodges, Juniors, who are Oswego's aggregation except that in
in
the
arrangement
in
which
they
and John Weston are the speakin charge of Costumes, Lights, and the season's opener they played
ers and their topic concerns cam- were found.
Sets respectively. Sarah Brewer is Plattsburg to a 4-4 tie. This is virLounges
pus life in England.
in charge of Props; Madelyn Knoer- tually the same Plattsburg outfit
Monday-Thursday; 7 a.m. to 11
zer, Publicity; Louis Vion, Make-up; that State trounced twice last year
Select ICA Delegates
Sorority and fraternity presidents Juniors, and John Smithler '52, 7-1 and 5-2.
Nominations for Campus Queen pm.
Friday and Saturday; 10 a.m. to have made announcements of their House.
Nunez Bolsters Squad
will also be made in assembly tovarious activities. Plans have been
day. William Wiley '52, John Lan- 1 p.m.
The Peds have been bolstered by
Students
wno
have
parts
in
the
Sunday; 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
made for faculty teas and date parnon, Rose Mary Keller, and Alan
the return of Raoul Nunez to the
saHn
ties,
and
new
members
have
been
c
1
Ashtrays
may
be
placed
on
Sweitzer, Juniors, were elected delare: Caroline
Donald lineup, who has sparked the team
comedy Williams
directed '52,
by Goodell
egates to the Inter-Collegiate As- (Continued on Page ih Column SJ
Collins
'53,
John
Jacobus
and
Ethel in recent practice sessions with
Girls who
been initiated into p i e l s
initiated
intohave
sororities.
sociation Conference. Next year the
spectacular passing and with the
Kappa
Delta
sorority,
according
to
'
°n.
Sophomores.
The
chair
freshman beanie will have the
m e n of
switching of Tom King from inside
Bennett
'52
President
are
committees
are:
Sets,
ThornJoan
school colors, a purple skull and a
left to outside left. This is perhaps
Mary Ann Reiling and Patricia «f Hughes; Costumes, Louise Pet- Garcia's answer to the problem of
visor, button, class numerals and
field; Make-up, Rose Mary Keller;
Kane,
Sophomores.
Alpha
Epsilon
the letter A in gold. Student Counoffense. Strickland, Cannon, and
Phi has formally initiated Joan Bolz Props, William Hawkins; Lights, Joy have played commendable ball
cil has elected Frank Hodge '53 as
Donald Collins; Publicity, Francis
and
Dillles
Mansky,
Sophomores,
(Continued on Page 6, Column 1)
Hodges, Juniors; and House, Rich- at the half back slots, and with
Adams moving over to full back to
Dormitory activities for the week- Jacqueline Coplon '52, President, has ard Gutta '52.
work with Art Goldin the team's deend include an open house and a announced.
Gwen Preston, Carol Schriner,
fense should be greatly strengthpicnic. The newly formed Horse
Joan
Van
Etten,
and
June
DelVecened.
Shoe Bar Symphonette will be one
cio,
Sophomores,
are
now
members
Garcia Lists Lineup
of the main attractions at the
The starting lineup, according to
Sayles open house scheduled for to- of Beta Zeta sorority, according to
Garcia, for today's encounter will
morrow evening, says Theodore Evelyn Kamke '52, President.
Both Alpha Epsilon Phi and Phi
be Peter Telfer G, Arthur Goldin
Nominations for freshman officers Marro '52, Social Chairman. Men Delta sororities are planning facwill be made during orientation at Van Derzee are planning a pic- ulty teas for this Sunday afternoon.
Recent placements have been re- LHB, Ralph Adams RHB, Dean
Monday, Joan Bennent, Chairman nic for Sunday afternoon, states Alpha Epsilon Phi's tea will be from leased by Elmer C. Mathews, Direc- Strickland CH, Alfred Cannon RH,'
of Election Commission has dis- Robert Daly '52, Hall President.
2 to 4 p. m. The faculty tea at Phi tor of the Teacher Placement Bu Philip Billings or Daniel Joy RH,
closed. Nominations made after the The Sayles open house will take Delta will be held from 3 to 6 p.m., reau. These positions include grad- Raoul Nunez CF, Thomas King OR,
Gerald Meyer IR, Benjamin Butorientation meeting are to be placed place from 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. to- according to Marjorie Farwell '52, uates of the Class of '50 and '51.
in the Election Commission ballot morrow, at which time the new President.
The following placements have ton UC, and William McCormack
box in Husted.
Horse Shoe Bar will be officially
Kenneth Rutley'52, President, has been made from the Class of '50: OL.
According to Miss Bennett, the opened. During intermission the announced that Kappa Delta Rho Martha E. Mills, Windsor, Latin and
closing time for nominations is 4:30 Horse Shoe Bar Symphonette will will hold a date party for its mem- Spanish; Hugh Smith, Rhinebeck,
p. in., Tuesday, and the closing time make Its initial appearance.
bers tonight at 8 p.m. Kappa Beta English; Robert Bottomberg, MineWalter Schneller '53 is general fraternity is planning a rush dance ola, English; Warren Reich, Tonafor declinations is 4:30 p. in., Thursday. Declinations are to be placed chairman for the Van Derzee picnic for tomorrow night at 8:30 p.m. in wanda, social studies; James Quinin the Commission box. Forms for planned for Sunday afternoon at Richardson Lounge, according to lan, Schenevus, social studies; Louis
Fullman, East Greenbush, English
Joseph Friedman, President.
nominations and declinations are Thatcher Park.
and drama: and David Glenday,
Rules for Campus Day have been
available near the ballot box.
Malvern, social studies.
released by Robert Donnelly '52,
All candidates for the offices of
Placements from the Class of '51 Chairman of the Rivalry CommitStudent Council representative and
are as follows: Helen Genesi, Pan- tee. Each man and each woman can
class president must take and pass
ama, English; Elyne Howard, Rich- participate in three out of five
an examination on the Student Asmondville, mathematics and sci- sport events on Campus Day. Donsociaton Constitution. The examinence; William McGlynn, Cobleskill, nelly reminds the students that
ation will be given Thursday at 7:30
driver education; Barbara Hcatln, there will be two tryouts and seven
p. m. and Friday. October 19, at 12
Fonda, commerce; LaVern Barlght, rehearsals for those who intend to
noon and 3:3(1 p.m.. in Room 201, The scene was n seminar room at
State College Wednesday afternoon, Clemenceau, de Gaulle, Petaln, tell- Marion, English; William O'Brien, try out for the Campus Day skit.
Draper.
Rivalry Committee h a s made
Miss Bennetl urges candidates to but the group, seated around a ma- ing anecdotes and little known per- Guilderland Center, English; James
check the rules governing elections. ple table, had more of a King Ar- sonal traits of these and other prom- Klrkpatrlck, Scotia, English; Mary changes In the banner hunt rules.
Powers,
Hoosick
Falls,
library.
inent
personalities.
Did
you
realize
All of New Draper and both rooms
The regulations are posted on the thur and his knights atmosphere.
of the Co-op are not to be included
class. Myskimia, and Student Coun- The language, however, was far that Clemenceau once taught school
from medieval, alternating between in Connecticut, or that Hitler was a
In the hunt. There is an unwritten
cil bulletin boards.
pungent, modern English and rap- poor .speaker?
rule that the banner hunt shall
An anecdote concerning Lincoln
idly spoken French.
take place from the driveway beand Andre Siegfried's father Is a
tween Milne and Albuny High
The central figure, a tall, white- typical example. Mr. Siegfried had
School and from Western to Washhaired gentleman, was James H. an appointment to meet the presiStatements of
Hyde whose lifelong interest in dent, so attiring himself very for- been released by cluss news have ington Avenues.
the President of
Campus Commission has elected a France began when, a student at mally, he went to the White House the Senior Class and by Victoria
new member to its board, announces Harvard, he reorganized the French and rung the bell. He rung again, Bnldlno '52, Advisor to the freshman Frosh Obtain Warn mgs
Kathleen Ryan '52, Gland Marshall. Club there. In 1905 Mr. Hyde left and opened the door. Peering around class. While the Seniors have elect- For Tradition Violations
Miss Ryan also states the rules for the States lor a forty-year stay in the corner was a tall man in shirt ed a temporary treasurer, the freshsleeves, struggling with his boots. men will hold nominations for their
the students' Lounge in New Dra- France.
Three freshmen have heceived two
Thus he was well qualified to tell "Come in," boomed the man whom class officers.
per.
warnings, states Victoria Eade '52,
State's
faculty
and
grads
about
Siegfried mistook for a servant.
A temporary treasurer, Harriet Chairman of the Warning CommitAllied Hotzlnger '54 now has a
position on Campus Commission. French life. He began by advocating When he did realize it was Lincoln, Juengllng, has been appointed for tee. These warnings were given for
The rules for the Lounge In New sending .students to universities in he exclaimed, "I see what reul dem- the Senior Class. According to Rob- violation of rivalry traditions.
French provinces rather than to ocracy is!"
ert Donnelly, President, Miss JuenMembers of the Class of '55 who
Draper are:
:
With Mr. Hyde the round table gllng replaces Marjorie Farwell, who have been issued warnings are:
1 Coats or boots are not to be Paris. Because Paris schools are so
crowded, students receive little per- discussion wa.s an enlightening ex- is practice teaching off-campus.
Walter Stein, James Grogan, and
brought Into the Lounge
sonal attention.
perience. Here's hoping we can
During freshman orientation Mon- Ralph Wesselman. If any of these
2. Smoking is permitted.
Personal reminiscences of Mr. have the privilege of receiving more day nominations for class officers students are given a third warning,
3. Students are requested not to
make the Lounge a stopover be- Hyde were most amusing. He en- capable speakers from the outside will be mode by the Cluss of '56, they must make a public apology
announces Miss Baldino.
before Student Association.
larged on his acquaintances with world.
tween classes.
Meeting Plans Include
Statesmen Open
Comedy, Drama
Soccer Schedule
Will Inaugurate
With Road Trip
AD Play Series
Sororities, Frats
Initiate Members,
Arrange Parties
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Classes List Plans
For Future Events
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