MOVING-UP DAY PROCEDURE

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STATE COLLEGE NEWS. FRIDAY, MAY 9. 1 9 S 2
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MOVING-UP DAY PROCEDURE
The following procedure has been
outlined for Moving-Up Day exerthrough the Junior lines.
left and center sections of
and freshmen will follow
cises tomorrow:
C.
The classes will walk out
the balcony.
the Seniors, in order, to
I. Processional—8:30 a. m.
of Page in double file, the
Page Hall.
4. The freshmen in the center
A. 1. Seniors will form a double II. Seating.
couples splitting as they
section of the balcony will
line beginning at Minerva
turn either right or leit to
move right, down the right
A.
1.
Seniors
in
front,
center
and ending in the peristyle
form a single line on either
stairway, following the Junsection,
main
floor.
leading to the Library.
side of the path. The Sophiors, and fill in the section
2.
Junior
in
the
right
section
2. Juniors will meet by the
omores go through the Junvacated by the Juniors. The
of the main floor and in
Registrar's office and their
ior
lines. When everyone is
freshmen
in
the
left
section
the right section of the balline will extend into the
out of the auditorium, the
will move across the center
cony.
peristyle of Husted.
Seniors in turn go through
section and fill in the front
3. Sophomores in the left sec3. Sophomore lines will start
the Sophomore lines and
part of the right section of
tion
of
the
main
floor
and
in the Annex area at the
the Juniors go through the
the
balcony.
the
rows
left
unoccupied
by
foot of the steps to Husted
freshman lines.
the Seniors in the center IV. Recessional.
and will end a t the Co-op in
section.
A.
Myskania
leads,
going
out
V. Forming the Numerals.
Lower Draper.
the right center aisle, and
4. Freshmen in the left and
The Seniors will turn right
4. The freshmen double lines
center sections of the balforming a line on either
and form their numerals in
will start behind the Sophocony.
side of Page Hall steps.
the corner of Page Field
mores at the girl's locker
B.
The four classes follow in
nearest Husted. The Sophoroom in Lower Draper and III. Moving-Up.
mores will form their numorder:
A. l.The Juniors in the balcony
will extend to the lower
erals in front of the Seniors
will move quickly to the
Library.
1. Seniors will go down the
near Western Avenue. The
right, down the right stairs,
walk by Husted Hall.
B.
At 8:45 a. m. the procession
Juniors will turn left and
and will fill in the seats
will begin with the Senior
2. Juniors will follow the Senform their numerals in the
behind the Juniors downclass marching down the
iors. At the end of the Page
corner nearest Milne. The
stairs, who will have moved
front steps of Draper, turnwalk, they will turn right
freshmen will follow the
to the left, into the center
ing right at Western Aveand proceed down the walk
Juniors and form their
nue, then turning right at
section.
by Albany High.
numerals in front of the
the walk which leads to
2. The Seniors move left
3. Sophomores follow the JunJuniors near Western AveHusted, turning left at
across the aisle into the
iors, turning left at the end
nue.
Husted, walking toward AlSophomore section.
of Page walk to go through
bany High and then right,
the Senior lines.
3. The Sophomores will move
VI. Evening.
up the walk to Page Hall.
into the far aisle, up the
4. Freshmen will follow the
A.
The Rivalry skits will begin
The Juniors, Sophomores,
left stairs, and fill in the
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. Seniors 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 a n d '
stand in front of the frosh.
The Juniors will sing t h e '
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 down the
sidewalk to Western Avenue toward Husted Hall,
singing "Great Fires" as
they go.
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VOL. XX*VI NO. 2 9
Lannon Emerges Victorious In Presidential Contest;
Myskania Tapping Highlights M U D Actvities
Peace To Head Silence, Shouts Heighten Tapping;
College 'News' R a t i o S h o w s Women In Majority
Today's Moving-Up-Day ceremony made known to members of
Association the '52-'53 Myskania group. The new Myskania
For Next Year Student
will maintain the same number of men and women as the out-going
Brown Eliminates
Opponents; Wins
Vice-Presidency
Barbara Peace '53, who has acted in the capacity of Sophomore
Desk Editor and Junior Editor of
the State College News will assume duties of the editorship next
week, as a result of the elections
of 1951-52 News Board and as released by Grace Smith, retiring
Editor.
Electors Name Battisti
To Secretary Position
Results of the elections of SA indicate that John Lannon '53 will
wield the gavel, Neil Brown will
serve in the capacity of Vice-President, Mary Battisti, Secretary,
while Barbara Newcombe will direct
the group as .songleader.
Lannon scored an overwhelming
majority In the race for President
by scoring 369 votes over his opponent, Harold Smith '53.
In an equally overwhelming victory, Brown outdistanced his nearest rival, Chernol'f '53, by 300 ballots. McManus trailed Chernol'f by
19 votes in the balloting.
Miss Battisti led in the race for
Secretary of SA in the first distribution and maintained the majority of votes until she was elected
on the fourth distribution. Dorothy
Schatz '55 was the closest opponent.
Miss Newcombe, who has served
as Songleader of the Class of 1953
won the election after she edged
out Evelyn Paulus '53.
The Student Board of Finance
will be entirely made up of new
members. Coming from the Senior
class will be Roderick Hilsinger,
Anna Oberst, and Beverly Pranitis
while Faith Hanson and Kurt Rosenbaum, Juniors.
Composing the Student Facilities
Board will be Elizabeth Coykendall,
Edward Bonalntc, Seniors; Katherine Oberst, Madeleine Payne, Juniors; and Robert Inglis '55. Miss
Coykendall is the sole returning
member to the Board.
group six men to seven women. Three persons from SA's suggested
list were elected, while seven persons from Myskania's suggested list
were named to the honorary body.
After the classes had moved up and had sung the traditional,
"Arm in Arm," tapping ceremonies were begun. A hush settled over
the crowd, while the old Myskania members took seats in the second
row of thirteen chairs on the stage. David Myron Shepard acted as
the speaker and announced the names of the new members of the
The former board increased the Judiciary, while David Karl Manly, Chairman of '51 -'52 Myskania,
number of members on the board presented the purple and gold tassels.
by two and also named two assistWilliam Twiggar Wiley and Joan Bennett were the first pair
ants to board members. The offices
of Advertising & Business Mana- to leave the stage to begin the tapping activities. From the stage,
gers were combined into one by an Shepard boomed out the name of the first member of the incoming
election of the board. Jordine Skoff Myskania, PETER B. CAMERON T E L F E R , new Pi Omega Pi
'53 will serve as the Business ManJOHN LANNON '53
ager while Sheila Hill will act as President. Senior member to Student Council and past President of
President of SA
the Class of '52.
the Assistant.
BEVERLY JEAN* P R A N I T I S was the next pw.sun to be guided
Name Blattinan Sports Editor
to the stage by Victoria May Hade and Helen Pitcher after the pair
Taking over the duties of the
sports department are Abel Blatt- circled the auditorium twice. Miss Pranitis will be busy next year on
inan, Sports Editor, and Doris D:- the Student Board of Finance, and acting as secretary for
herty, Senior Sports Member. Eli- her class. She is Stale's choice for the Tulip Queen contest to be
zabeth Piatt and Irene Brezinsky, held in Albany.
Seniors, will serve as Co-Public ReIn a very solemn manner, Joan Marie Haggcrty and Victoria
Editor while Esther MayaLeaders Chernol'f, Coan, lations
kis and Henry Koszewski, Seniors, May blade left the platform to seek out the person who would fill
Lombardi Guide Classes will act as Co-Managing Editors. seal number three. Shepard then announced the name of BARBARA
A N N E N E W C O M B E , SA's new song-leader. Miss Newcombe has
Also named to the Board are been active in D&A, and in musical activities at State. She will hold
Jo.-eph Lombardi was chosen
President by the Class of 1953. Muriel Woodman '53, Exchange EdMarvin Chernoff was elected Pres- itor, Mary Siegler, Circulation again the position of songleader of her class.
JOHN R O B E R T LANNON, newly-elected President of Stuident of the Cla.ss of 1954 while Manager. Seniors; Joyce Surtes,
Robert Coan was selected to head Feature Editor. Irene Eldred, Sally dent Association filled seat number four on the stage.
Theresa
Gerlg, June Huggins, and Catherine Porta and Robert Joseph Donnelly escorted Lannon to his seat. He
the Class of 1955.
Lynch, Junior Editors. Mary RedThe Senior members of next ing will assume the position of As- served as this year's Vice-President of SA, and as representative to
year's Student Council will be Ed- sistant Circulation Manager.
Student Council.
ward Bonahue, Rose Mary Keller,
The team of Harvey Lawrence Robinson and Victoria Marie
Harold Smith, and Peter Teller. Release Newspaper Staff
Baldino
were the next pair to leave the stage to seek HAROLD
The Junior delegation is made up
Fulfilling the duties of the sports
of Patricia Dean, Peter McManus, of the college newspaper are Joseph BACON S M I T H , representative to Student Council for next year.
Madeleine Payne and Kurt Rosen- Luce, Philip
Billings,
Juniors, Stnilh served on Student Hoard of Finance this year.
baum. DeWitt Combs, James Lock- Robert Ashficld and Walter LauROSE MARY K E L L E R , the third woman to be tapped for
hart, Mary facovone and Marilyn der, Sophomores. From the class of
Myskania, was brought to the stage by Henry Fen/on Smith and
Wittschen have been chosen to rep- 1955, Kathleen Anderson,
loan
resent the Class of 1955 on Student Barnovit/., Joan Carlin, Alice Gaii- Joan Bennett. Miss Keller in today's ceremonies was named repreCouncil.
quie, Dulcy Grant, Mary Johnpoll, sentative to Student Council. She has served as SA secretary, and
Pedagogue, State College's yearJean Keller, Eula King, Doris Mo- has been very active in Student Council activities throughout her
book will be under the guidance of
Officers of the Class of 11)53 will han, Dolores Montalbano, Jeanne
Veronica Price '53. who will serve be Anna Oberst, Vice-President; Moore, Kathleen Reslein, Evelyn college career.
Suspense hung over the crowd as the team of Victoria Marie
as Editor-in-Chief next year. Don- Beverly Pranitis, Secretary; Wil- Ruben. Marilyn Werbalowsky and
ald Ptttterman '52, outgoing Editor liam Adams, Treasurer; Barbara Faith Wohl were named as cub re- Bahlino and Marion Lucille Gorskie, saw fit to circle the assembly
also released the names of the N e w c o m b e . Songleader; Mary porters to the editorial staff.
two times before slopping by the seat of RUTH ELAINE D U N N ,
Senior Board member-. Senior Burke, Publicity Diretcor; and Marwho
served on Student Council in her freshman year. Student Failyn
Adamlak,
Cheerleader.
members and Junior Stall' memcilities Hoard this year, and has been columnist for the State College
bers.
Other officers of the Class of
News.
' .
Julia Knrba was named as Business Manager; Muriel Woodman, 1954 include John Allasio. ViceWith
only
six
more
seats
to
be
filled,
David
Myron
Shepard's
Photography Editor; Irene Dick President; Katherine Oberst, Treavoice came forth from the slage with ANNA ELIZABETH OBERST,
Literary Editor; Joan Reilley, Ad- surer; Faith Hanson, Secretary;
who was taken to her seat by Harvey Lawrence Robinson and Robert
vertising Manager; Marion Beni, Jessie Ruynor, Cheerleader; George
Dramatics and All Council and Josef// Donnelly. Miss Oberst was chosen Vice-President of her class,
Personnel Manager: unci ('aniline Hathaway, Publicity Director,
Music Council have released the and named to Student Hoard of Finance for next year.
Cla/ulis, Exchange Keillor; all SenThe officers of the Class of 1955 results of then elections for new
iors.
Joan Ciirlln, Vice-President; officers and board members. Henry
The fourth man to be lapped for Myskania was FRANCIS
Appointments <>l Seniors to the are
Angela Kavanirih, Secretary; Zoe Smith, President ol l),VA Council, PATRICK HODGE, next year's D&A President, and past chairman
I'ed stall' include Maryanne Cnc- Anne
Treasurer; Ronald announces that Frank Hodge '53
eel ti. Lit a Krumholz, Joyce Leon- Kosler, Laurie.
Publicity Director; Lorraine will replace him as leader of that of Stale Fair. Marion Lucille Gorskie and Henry Fcnlon Smith were
ard, and Martha Nevele/er.
Hughes, Cheerleader; and Edith organization. Marion Newton, Pres- the team who sought Hodge in the auditorium to bring him to the
From I he class til 1 <):>• I the In! Til lerlon, Songleader.
ident of Music Council, states that stage.
lowing weir selected Klcunnr HalJoan DeVinney '53 will be the new
Seal number ten was filled af'er Theresa Porta and William
iLski, Nell Blown. Soma Bush,
Tva'ggai II Hey went into the audi 1 nee to escort JOSEPH | O H N
Shirley Kdsull, Ann Marie Hug, Signum Laudis Honors Director ol the group's activities.
Evelyn Kalusak. John Laing, SmLOMBARDI up to the stage. Lombardi will head his cl iss as FresJohn Laing '54 is to be the Treasart Macnol'.-ky, and Kliznbclh Ross.
idenl next year, and during this .school year, he has '
State
s
Top
Scholars
urer
ol
DA:A
and
Kathleen
Anderhen President
Appointments In the stall of the
son '55 will act as Secretary. The of Inter-Group Council and active on the Student Union Boa re
yearbook from Hie Class ol 1955
Nineteen new members have been
ELIZABETH JANE 1'LATT, • hosen as secretary for Commerce
will be made nest year ibolh first elected to Signum Laudis, accord- new members will be Kathleen AnUeckwilh, Club, secretary for Pi Omega Pi, and Co-Public Relations Editor
and .second semi steri by I he in- ing to the honor society's Presi- derson and Charles
Sophomores.
coming Senior Board, announced dent, Ruby Anderson '52.
for the .Yni'.v, was lapped by Joan Marie Haggcrty and Helen Marie
in today's assembly.
Jean Hope Bean, Jeanne Hayes,
Mlldelyn Meier '54 wil act as Pitcher, in occupy seal number eleven.
John Lindberg, Viola Myles, Harry Secretary of Music Council while
Joan Marie Hagi>rrtv and Robert Joseph Donnelly escorted the
McManus, Whittle Lead Scott,
Elaine Shainpansky, and Wilmonle Nash '53 will assume the
last
woman
member of the new Myskania, ELIZABETH ANN COYEleanor Twccdie are the new mem- position of Treasurer. New members
Frosh Guide Program
bers from the Class of '52.
include: Priseillu Join's from Wom- KENDALL, to the stage. Miss Coykendall was named to Student
Nancy Whittle and Pol IT MeFrom the Class ol '!>.') Marlon en's Chorus, Milan Krchniak from Facilities Hoard for next year, representative to WAA, and named
Maims, J u n i o r s , were announced Beni, Robert Berkholcr, Irene Bro- Men's Chorus. Seniors;
Donald to Honor Council for WAA.
this morning by Dean Stokes as zinsky, Anna Chrlstodulu, Helen Duelos from operetta, and Nell
H E N R Y ANTHONY KOSZEWSKI, the last member of MyCo-Chairmen
for the year 1952- Hagel. Ruth Herskowitz, Michael Brown from Orchestra, Juniors,
1953. Marjorie Al guire and Robert LaMarca. Ann McDougall, Barbara Elected from Music Council tryottts skania to be tapped, was chosen to fill seat number 13, and was
Hughes,
Seniors, will serve
as Mendo/.a, Donald Stlne, Ann Stur- were; Alice Hiempel, Arline Lacy, brought to the stage by Henry Teuton Smith and Victoria
Saldino,
Guide. C h a i r m e n for transfer and ges, and Joyce Turner were accept- Juniors, Kathrvn Johnston
and Kos/ewski has been active in IGC activities, and was chosen Cograduate s t u d e n t s
ed info membership.
Steve Cerniak, Sophomores.
Manager of the News.
Voters Determine
New Presidents
Price Assumes
'Ped' Editorship
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ISSUE EDITORS
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Class Tabulations
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2500
98100
Secretary
979 X 100
4500
3500
11 COO 11000
116
1116
953000 953000 953000 953000 953000
President
Qtiota
4- 1
48951
1 + 1
1 2
3
4
Battisti
31600 34700 40300 46600
Total
98500 DeviLt . 12200
lacovone 16100 19100 22900 30400
S t u d e n t Facilities Board—1954
2
Kroposki 14000 16000
1
3
13600 15900 18700 21300
15300 17300 20700
15300 17200 21100 23800 Bethea
12500 13600 14600 Schatz
Blanks
8700
8700
8700
8700
Kotch
9300 10100
2100
5300 12200
5800
5800 Law
11500 12700 14600 Loss ....
5800
5800
3500
9000
4900
8800 12800 Martin
980OO 98000 98000 98000 Oberst
24900 27100 28500 Total .... 97900 97900 97900 97900
8a
Payne
14000 15900 19900 Songleader
980 X 100
Bailey
Rasey
11900 13300 14600
— + 1
49001
Bolz '
5400
Blanks
5400
5400 Q u o t a
1-1-1
1
2
Hanson
32668 Loss
400
900
Newcombe
45900 50000
Hopkins
Total
98500 98500 98500 PaulllS
35600 39000
Hull
Ratafia
10400
5
6
Longo
Bethea
15400
Blanks
6100
6100
Mackey
Loss
2900
Mousso
21784 Kotch
Rosenbaum
24124 Law
Martin
Total
98000 98000
Semmler ....
32800 39100 32834
Athletic Association Council 1954
Blanks
5800 Oberst
26100 29900 32764 Quota
980 x 100 + 1
49001
Loss
13624 Payne
16000 18300 20540
Total
98000 Rasey
Blanks
5400
5400
5400
1 + 1
S t u d e n t Board of Finance- -1953
5800
Loss
2800
6962
1
2
980 X 100
Finnen
34100 42900
Tola!
98500
98500
98500
Quota
19601
+ 1
Pox
20500
4 + 1
Student Facilities Board—1955
Mousso
27800 34000
1
la
lb
2
Quota
981 x 100
| 1
49051 Blanks
15000 15600
Cohen
11300 13100 13496 14804
Loss
5500
Hilsinger
9500 11180 12159 12414
1 + 1
Hodge—Eliminated by preference.
Total
98000 98000
1
2
3
Oberst
33000 19601 19601 19601 Conway
8800 9300
9600
Pranitis
16900 23260 19601 19601 Peder
S t u d e n t Facilities Board—1955
7500
7600
Smalling
9100
9860 10366 11223 Finger
16000 18800 20800
9500
9900 10700 Webb
3500
Stopielo
Blanks
12700 12700 12700
4653
4180
Hamlin ........
7400
Strickl'd 11000 12480 13228 14900 Inglis
7400 10300 15100
19900 21600 23800 Loss
3700
Blanks
3700
3700 Miller
3700
9100 10000 10600
Loss ...
5457 Mullen ..
98100 98100 98100
4339
4339
10400 11100 11400 Total
T o t a l ... 98000 981)00
7
98000 98000 98000 Webb
12800 14600 15500
3
12700 12700 12700 Conway
Blanks
Cohen
16077 Loss
1300
3800 Peder
Hilsinger
17328
Finger
Hodge
Total
98100 98100 98100 Hamlin
Oberst
19601
Inglis
41800
4
5
6
Pranitis
19601 Conway
Miller
Smalling
Mullen
Peder
Stopielo
12200 13700
Webb
23600
Finger
Strickland
18453 Hamlin
Blanks
12700
Blanks
3700 Inglis
26900 28700 34500 B l a n k s
12700
Loss
6940 Miller
10700
Loss
20000
Total
98000 Mullen
12200 13900 15000 Total
98100
22300
14300
17
83841
24228
36301 3G301 36301
12000 12300 13000
11000 11000 11000
39
39
39
98500
16
83841
23228
Student Facilities Board—1953
985 X 100
+ 1
32834
Quota
2 + 1
3
2
1
Bonahue
23200 24700 27100
Coykendall .... 22700 23700 24!K)0
Dunn
18300 19200 20700
7500
Herskowitz ... .
7000
Price
6600
Vion
16200 18500 20100
Blanks
4500
4500
4500
1200
Loss
400
Total
15
14915
83829
23228
;illHI '.l.YiiKIII ll,VIINHI ll.VKHMMI.YIOOti
Student Board of Finance—1954
980 X 100
Quota
32668
+ 1
1
3
4
1
Bailey .
9500
9600 10000 10400
Bolz
4300
Hanson
17100 18000 18700 20500
Hopkins 11300 11400 12000 13000
9400
9800 10700
Hull ....
9200
7500
8000
Longo ..
6700
4600
Mackey
4500
Mousso
10700 10800 11200 12000
Rosenb'm 10500 11800 12800 13600
8500
Semmler
8400
8900
9000
5800
Blanks .
5800
5800
5800
600
Loss
800
3000
Total
SA Tabulations
III
IBIS
Class of 1955 President
C l a s s of 19S3 P r e s i d e n t
C l a s s of 1954 President
288 X 100
300 X 100
239 X 100
RATING—ALL-AMERICAN
+ 1 = 14401
+ 1 = 15001
Quota =
+ 1 = 11951 Q u o t a =
Quota —
1
1 + 1
1 + 1
1 + 1
3
2
20600
2
3
1
Lombard!
10500 12600 14400
Blanks
3300 Chernoff
13200 14000 15700 Coan
Inglis
10500 10900 12900
Total
23900 Duclos
1400
12000 Leln
3800 4100
Render
11100
13000
Vice-President
Lundergan
3600
Warr
2700 3000
400
400
239 X 100
Blanks
160O1 1600
1600 Blanks
400
Quota =
= 11951
100
200 Loss
800 1100
Loss
1 + 1
1 Total
30000 3000O 30000
Coykendall
5800
Total
28800 28800 28800
Oberst
15500 Vice-President
Vice-President
100
Poole
1700
291 X
288 X 100
h 1 = 14551
Blanks
900 Q u o t a =
Quota =
14401
+ 1
Loss
1 + 1
1
2
1 + 1
Total
23900 Allasio
14000 16800
1
3
4
2
Allen
5900
2100 2700 2800
Secretary
Hopkins
8400 10400 Ashfield
5000 5100 5300 6000 6900 8600 11900
239 X 100
Blanks
800
800 Carlin
11951 Loss
Quota
+ 1
1100 DeMichiel . 6500 6600 6700 7800 8600 9500 11600
4100 4300 4700 5000 5400
1 + 1
Total
29100 29100 Genser
Hughes
3800 3800 4200 4400 5800 7400
1
2
3
Newman
1900 1900
DeVinny- -Eliminated by preference T r e a s u r e r
287 X 100
Orser
3900 4100 4300 4300
Platt
7000
8600 9700
Pranitis
9300 10300 12100 Q u o t a =
+ 1 = 14351 Peterson .... 1200
1
Blanks
300
300 300
Swanson
3600 3900
300
1 + 1
300
300 300
Woodman
3200
Oberst
22400 Loss
500 1000 1800 3000 5000
Blanks
800
800
800 Schweizer
5600
1300 B l a n k s
700 Total
28800 28800 28800 28800 28800 28800 28800
Loss
300
Total
23900 23900 23900 Loss
BARBARA PEACE '53
Total
28700 Secretary
Editor-in-Chief
Treasurer
289 X 100
14451
239 X 100
Cheerleader
Quota =
+ 1
All communications should be iithlressetl to the editor and
Quota =
+ 1 = 11951
311 X 100
1 + 1
must lie signed. Name* will h<> withheld upon reiiuesl
1
4
1 + 1
Quota =
(- 1 = 15551
1
2
The STATU COLLEGE NEWS assume* no responsibilit v
2
1
for opinions expressed In its columns or e immtinic.'ii urn,
3
1 + 1
1
Battisti—Eliminated by preference
28800 G-add
4800 5400 6100 6900
us such expressions do not neeessiirily ret'.ei I it.- v i e w .
8800 10000 11100 R a y n o r
Adams
5000
4700
K
a
t
z
3900
3100
3200
Blanks
Bode ...
2300
Kavanagh
7000 7100 8300 11400 13800
Loss
2300
Bruno
4400 5500 6300 7200 9600
8200 9500 Total
31100 Liddell
7600
Cohen .
McEvoy
3500
Ward—Eliminated by preference.
, ,
Montalbano
4100 4600
Blanks
2100
2100 2100 PubUcity Director
2m
x
10
Blanks
1200 1200 1200 1200 1200
Loss
400
1200
°
400 2000 2200 4300
Loss
Total
23900 23900 23900 Quota
Quota = —
- + 1 = 1440
1
1 + 1
Hagen
One y e a r ago. on tl is t r a d i t i o n a l d a y . I was
Class of 1953 S t u d e n t Council
9900 Total
28900 28900 28900 28900 28900
Hathaway
17900 T r e a s u r e r
239 X 100
h a n d e d a k e v ; not a I- ey of a c h i e v e m e n t , hut a
1000
Quota =
h 1 = 4781 Blanks
289 X 100
key to open a door. In a short t i m e t h a t key didn I
Loss
4 + 1
Quota
+ 1
14451
fit. T h e room had been c h a n g e d from t h e college
lb
1
28800
lc Total
la
1 + 1
4688
It) a place which seemed s t r a n g e , d e s o l a t e , anil
Bonahue
3800
4598
4988
1 2
3
4
5
D e S a n t o l o 300
402
384
408 Secretary
which g a v e m e t h e feeling of i n s e c u r i t y a s I npen2200
Beach
2100
2300
291 X 100
Hughes
2500 3298
3667 3799
1500
erl it for the first t i m e in S e p t e m b e r .
14551 F r a n c o
+ 1
Keller ..
5300
5300
4781 4781 Quota
Garvin
1800 2000
It wasn't long, however, a n d t h a t key regained
1 + 1
S m i t h ..
3500
5264
5264
4781
1500 12O0O 12600 14000 16400
1
2
its
fitness. T h e people were h a d
Telfer ..
t h e place had
8300
4781
4781 4781
Lawder
3400 3500 4000 4300
6500
7600
Blanks
200
200
200
200 Balaskis
5000 5100 550O 6600 7700 changed hut t h e s a m e views, t h e s a m e a r g u m e n t s
Sage
4600
4200
Loss
275
362
362 Capris
and the s a m e p r a n k s reigned a s t h e v had in t lc
Vigilante
3300 3600 4000 4500 5200
10500 11700 14400
Total
23900 23900 23900 23900 H a n s o n
900 900 900 900 900 three former y e a r s .
Blanks
900
8100
Livingstone ....
7100
11800
200 600 1100 2200 3900
Loss
Songleader
Blanks
800
800
800
I sat in the e d i t o r ' s c h a i r a n d looked out of a
239 X 100
Loss ....
900
2100
window.
I saw this bit of t h e world which is our
Total
28900
28900
28900
28900
28900
28900
Quota
11951 Total ...
29100 29100 29100
+ 1
college hope a n d d e s p a i r , l a u g h t e r and tears, good
Publicity Director
1
1 + 1
276 X 100
a n d bad, e n e r g y a n d l e t h a r g y , interest a n d bore
Newcombe
20500 S t u d e n t Council
Quota
-f 1
13801
290 X 100
Blanks
3400
dom
w h a t a m i x t u r e of e m o t i o n s a n d activities
5801
Loss
Quota + 1
1
l
exist within these walls.
4 + :
Total
2
23900
::
l
3
Bergman
5500 6500
la
In the m i d s t of all the c o n f u s i o n , you t h e
\nc:\
;>
Publicity Director
4500
Bush
1500 1565 1665 1665 Burleigh
Hoard and Staff of 1951-52 did not turn front
.Bennett
2100 2152 2152 2152 Johnpoll
6700 7800 9800
238 X 100
reality. In s p i t e of t h e t i m e s when we were all
11901 DcSn^r..-?*.: -6700 5801 5801 5801 Kostcr
9900 11100 13100
Quota =
+ 1
2017
Blanks
.
1717
2
DeRoos
1600
1000 1000 1000 tired and d i s c o u r a g e d , when t h e tension becam
1917
1 + 1
1
1200 3700 g r e a t e r as m i d n i g h t a p p r o a c h e d , you m a d e tinBurke
10700 12300 Donnelly .... 1600 1704 1704 1704 Loss
9700 Laing
500 552
decisions a n d t h e p a p e r c a m e out on t i m e .
Wright
8600
726
Total
726
700
27600 27600 27600
Yanerella
2900
Mackey
T o each of you on t h e Xews, to t h e H u d s o n Kve
3300 3430 3443 3743 Cheerleader
Blanks
1600
1600 McManus
uing
Register a n d t h e H a g u e S t u d i o
my t h a n k 1904
1917
1917
200
Payne
1800
Loss
14451 X 100
T
o
next
y
e
a
r
'
s
e
d
i
t
o
r
,
you
lost
y
o
u
r
i d e n t i t y as
Total
23800 23800 Rosenbaum ...3200 3330 3430 3530
Quota
f 1
14451
Weiner
2000 2026 2152 2178
an individual t o d a y a n d b e c a m e t h e Stale Colli K1
1 + 1
1
Cheerleader
Wilson
1600 1613 1613 1713 Bruno
H900 Sews.
I k n o w t h a t b e c a u s e of y o u r k n o w l e d g e of
Zongrone .. 2300 2352 2352 2452 Hughes, L
237 X 100
isioo j o u r n a l i s m , y o u r a b i l i t y to keep the Sews
staff
100
100
100
^
8
5
1
Blanks
100
Quota =
+ 1
Blanks
igoo
28
28
1
Loss
28 Loss
working effectively t o g e t h e r , a n d y o u r c o m m o n
1 + 1
Adamiak
13400 Total
29000 29000 29000 29000
sense, the State College Xews is in the best hands
Stopielo
9300
7
Total
28900
for 1952-5.?.
6
1 0 0 0
Blanks
O
u
Songleader
Loss
T o d a y , the key is y o u r s s y m b o l i c of a chal
Bush
289 X 100
2578 2878 2891
Total
23700 B e n n e t t
2178 5801 5801 5801
lenge and of i n t a n g i b l e s . It's y o u r turn now
you
Quota
f 1
14451
Dean
5801 2517 2717 3017
open
a
new
d
o
o
r
,
but
look
out
t
h
e
s
a
m
e
window
1
I
1
Alumni Counselor—1952
DeRoos
2217
1
2
3
that we thirty-five h a v e before y o u . (lood link
162 X 100
Donnelly .... 1804
... .... DiAndrea
4100 4400 5000 Kditor n u m b e r M
to you, to y o u r Xrws
Hoard
8101
Quota
+
Laing
Llttman
3600 4400
1
1 + 1
of
us.
a
n
d
staff,
from
al
Mackey
4400 4700 5600
8600 M c M a n u s .. 4256 4369 4669 4895 O'Neil
Buffo
Grace Smith
2800
2556 2869 4395 Ratal in
Merry
6700 Payne
2217 4143 4443 4743 Titturton
13200 13800 15500
Blanks
900 Rosenbaum
3730 2291 2391
Blanks
800
800 800
Total
16200 Weiner
2278 1813
301)
300 3 00 300
300
Loss
800 2000 Blanks
Wilson
1813 2591 2891 2917
100
Loss ....
100
100
J u n i o r Marshal
Zongrone .... 2578
Total
28900 28900 28900
100
100
100
164 X 100
Blanks
100
Total
28H00 28800
8800 28800 28800 28800
241 241
241
Quota
+• 1 : - 8201 Loss
28 29000 29000 29000 Student Council- -1955
8
9
9a
10
0
7
Total
290OO
1
2
1 + 1
288 X 100
Combs
4300 4300 4400 4500 4549 49711
Quota
7600
9100
K8
Keller
9
10
+ 1
5761
Gerstman
Oberst
4 + 1
3600
Bush
Giljam
2
Pranitis
1
3
4900
6900 B e n n e t t
4
5
lacovone
5300 5500 5700 6200 5761 5761
300
Blanks
300 Dean
5801 5801 5801 Combs
4000 4100 4100 4100 4300 Karnback
1500 1600
Loss
100 DeRoos
3230 3233
Gerstman
1100 1100 1100 1100 1100 King
Total
16400 16400 Donnelly
Giljam
1000 1000 1000 1000
Lennig
2100 2200 2300
I.aing
lacovone
4600 4600 4600 4700 4800 I,oekhart
3100 3300 3500 4200 4319 5047
J u n i o r Marshal
Mackey
Karnback
n o o 1100 1200 1400 1400 Miller
2500 2700 2800 2800 2898
700
McManus
, 5921 5801 5801 King
700
163 X 100
Mullin
2600 2900 3000 3100 3121 3628
1
8151 P a y n e
5108 5139 6293 Lenni",
n o o 1700 1800 1800 1900 Sohatz
Quota
1
2
Rosenbaum
5009 5089 5954 Look h a r t
2200 2300 2400 2500 2900 Theoboki
1 + 1
Miller
2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 Tobey
3000
Weiner
1400
Hughes
Mullin
2300 2400 2500 2600 2600 Webb
7000
9000 Wilson
2600 2700 2800 3500 3549 3663
Lannon
800 800
800
6900 Zongrone
3430 3446 4200 Schatz
Wittchen
3000 3200 3800 3900 3963 4791
Telfer
6100
100
100 Theobold
100
300
200 Blanks
300
300
Blanks
300
300 300
300
200
Blanks
791 Tobey
341 391 791
1300 1300 1400 1400 1400 Loss
«4(i
200 Lost)
340
100
100
200
300
Loss ..
Webb
2400 2400 2400 2600 2600
29000 29000 29000 Wittschen
2600 2600 2700 2800 3000 Total
28800 28800 28800 28800 28800 28800
Total
16300 16300 Total
Recommended
N o Blanks Tl.
Yes
819
122
44
985
Keller ..
911
33
41
985
Lannon
893
52
40
985
Teller ..
Quota =
953 x 1000 + 1 = 953000 + 1 = 86637
f»AOB S
Apostolides
Blattman
Bonahue
Brewer
Cohen
Coykandall
DeSantolo
De Vinny
Dunn ...'
Gazulis
Goodell
Hodge
Hughes
Jacobson
Korba
Koszewski
Lombardi
Lubliner
McCormick
Newcombe
Nielson
Oberst
O'Connell
Petfield
Piatt
Poole
Pranitis
Smalling
Smith
Sweitzer
Vion
Ward
Weigand
Woodman
Wright
Blanks
Loss
Total
III
4TATK C O U L S a K N E W S . SATURDAY, MAY
III
f»AOK a
953000 953000 953000 953000 953000
22
23
24
86637
86637
86637
57387
67049
86637
24a
86637
25
25a
25b
86637 86637
86637
93386 86637
86637
86637
86637
86637
86637
86637
86637
86637
36941
66176
86637
72621
86637
74624 75956 77956 78887 78929
86637 86637 86637 86637 86637
63091
66405 73446
74778 83815 85481
86637
86637 86637
86637 86637 86637 8'G63'7'
86637
86637
60381
66453 68518 69480 84437
68400
70418
53554
55575
54887 58940 60864
56621 58621 58843
42780
47818
86637
86637 86637
71725
72443
86637
86637
86637
87034 86637
94835 86637
63906
85566
86637
65327 65383
11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000 11000
4530 6543
9555 10014 1722U 18812 19026
953000 953000 953000 953000 953000 953000 953000
Athletic Association Council 1953
Quota
979 x 100 +
1
48951
1 + 1
1
2
Blattman
Bcnenati
Carlo
Coykendall
Godell
Hilsinger
Pranitis
Woodman
Blanks
Loss
16300 17100 17800 18800 21300
8900
9500 9900 11100
19400 20200 20400 22400 26400 34000 42200
15200 15900 18300 20500 21700 26700 37100
6200
7700
8800
9100
.......... ....,..,.'.
13700 14900 17200 19300 21500 25700
7000
7100
3500
3500 3500
3500 3500
3500
3500
900
1700
2300 3500
8000 15100
Totals
97900
97900
TEMPERANCE
97900
97900 97900
TAVERN
97900
97900
*wl;
FAOt 4
STATE COLLEGE NEWS. SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1BS2
Athletic Council Campus Greeks List Officers,
Honoraries Slate Religious Clubs
Adds Two; Carlo, Societies Plan For Coming Year New Officers
Select Leaders
Sororities and fraternities onState's honorary societies, Pi
New officers for the religious
Finnem Fill Posts campus
have released the names of Moore '55; Treasurer, Evelyn Pau- a
MU and Pi Omega Pi have clubs have been released by the
the officers for the '52-'53 school
' '
announced their officers and memlus
a m m a
53
present year's presidents. Elaine
year.
Beta Zeta Sorority's officers for t, e r s for n e x t; y e a r
Topper '53, will be the new PresiStrecter Heads M A A ; Edward Eldred Potter Club will n e x t v e a r include: President, Pat- Leading
Pi Omega Pi will be dent of Hillel; William Whitwer '53,
have as its officers: President, Rob- r j c i a Butler; Vice-President, Joan P e t e r T e i i e r i President; Evelyn Inter-Varsity Christian FellowshipApostolides, W A A
have as its officers: President John Stocker, Seniors; Treasurer, Wilma P a u l u S | V i c e President; Patrick Patricia Butler '53, Newman Club;
The athletic organizations have Paul Ward, Vice-President, Robert Bevins '53; Secretary, Dorothea C a r l o > Treasurer; Catherine Castal- and Paul Ward '53, Student ChrisSeniors;
Treasur- Cherubini '54.
released their respective lists of Giammatteo,
d 0 i Historian and Elizabeth Piatt, tian Association.
officers for the coming year. The er, Lynn Lewis '54; Secretary, RobThe officers of Chi Sigma Theta Secretary, all Seniors.
Assisting Miss Topper with Hillel
results of the elections for Athletic ert Sage '55.
for '52-'53 are: President, Kather- List of Officers of Pi Gamma Mu
Potter's pledge committee will be lne Sinclair; Vice-President, MarAssociation have also been announRobert Berkhofer, Walter Schnel- will be Pearl Mintzer '53, Vicemade up of Chairman, Robert ion Howard, Seniors; Secretary, ler, Irene Dick, Seniors; and Eve- President; Joan Bolz '54, Treasurer;
ced.
Beverly Stein '53, Secretary; MarThe members to Athletic Associ- Creeden '53; other members, Fran- Margaret Guinan; Treasurer, Sus- lyn Knapp '52 will serve as Presi- cia Griff '54, Editor; and Debora
dent, Vice-President, Secretary and
ation for the coming year are cis Streeter '52, John Centra '54, an Stewart, Juniors.
Phi Delta will have as its officers: Treasurer respectively of Pi Gam Bergman '55, Publicity Director.
James Finen '54 and Patrick Carlo De Witt Combs and Edward CorThe other officers of IVCF are
'55. Finnen will serve for a term of nell, freshmen. The Edward Eld- President, Ruth Poole, Vice-Presi- ma Mu.
From the Class of 1952, Fred Donald Stine, Vice-President; Altwo years in this capacity. John red Potter Club Award this year dent, Elizabeth Coykendall, Juniors; Treasurer, Marlene Martoni; Bartle, Andrew Boyce, Robert berta Pymm, Secretary, Seniors;
Ward, who has been a member dur- will go to Daniel Joy '52.
The new officers of Kappa Beta Corresponding"'Secretary Barbara Hausner, Bert Jablon, Margaret and Benjamin Button '54 Treasuring the past year, will continue in
Jackman, Thomas King, Gerald er. Also assisting the President will
office throughout the coming year. for 1953 are: President, Abel Blatt- stempel.
The Men's Athletic Association man '53; Vice-President, John J.
Next year's officers for Alpha Labovitz, Samuel Manico, Marion be three cabinet members, Vincent
Council will be headed by Francis Hanevy; Treasurer, Arnold Smith; Epsilon Phi will be as folows: Dean Rutz and Kenneth Wooster gained Aceto, Virginia Buschmann, and
Richard Tenison, Juniors.
Streeter. He will be assisted by and Secretary, Ralph Moot, Soph- Sandra R. Cohen, Sub-Dean, Pearl membership.
Mary Coccetti, Morton Cohen,
Miss Butler will be aided in NewMintzer, Scribe, Dena
Kaplan,
Gerald McDonald '55 as Secretary omores.
The officers of Sigma Lambda Juniors; Treasurer, Marilyn Isen- David Gardinier, Evi Iglauer, Mi- man Club by Mary Ann Cossaboon
and John McC'ormick '54 as Treas- Sigma
for
next
year
will
be:
PresIan Krchniak, Josephy Lombard!, Vice-President; Barbara Cumber'
berg '54.
urer.
ident, George Smalling; ViceLloyd Loop, Barbara Mendosa, Tina Secretary;
and James Finnen
The Women's Athletic Associa- President, Neil Brown, Seniors
The following officers will lead Nicastro, Owen Smith, Joyce Tur- Treasurer, all Juniors
tion will be presided over by Aliki Corresponding Secretary, Morris Kappa Delta for the '52-53 school ner and Gilbert Waldman
were
Supporting Ward in SCA will be
Apostolides '53. Her leadership will Hamlin, freshmen; Treasurer, How- year: President, Elizabeth Piatt; taken into the society.
Nancy Evans, Vice-President, Marbe aided by Marilyn Burke '53, who ard Fenenbock '53.
Vice-President,
Joyce
Leonard,
ian Menzel, Secretary, Sophomores,
will serve as Vice President of the
Psi Gamma sorority, according to Seniors; Treasurer, Ruth Richter,
and William Collins '54, Treasurer.
organization. Audrey Burke '54 has Anne Sullivan '52, President, will Corresponding Secretary, Mary Ann
been elected to the post o£ Treas- have as its President, Irene Brez- Reiling, Recording Secretary, Mabel
The new officers for Intercolleurer of the Association and Zoe insky '53. Other officers are as fol- Schweizer, Juniors.
giate Zionist Federation of AmerAnn Laurie '55 has been selected lows: Vice-President, Lois Porter
The new President of Inter-Sorica have been announced by this
as Secretary. Mary Pugsley '.54 is '54; Corresponding Secretary, Nan- ority Council will be Catherine Sinyear's President, Lillian Kaminsky.
to be the new Office Manager for cy Parrette; Recording Secretary, clair '53.
The organization will be headed by
Mary Jane Dewey '53, has been a council of five. Phyllis Krahower
the coming year. Coordinators are Frances Bethea, Juniors; Treaelected
Press
Bureau
Diretcor
acBarbara Stempel, Barbara Wolsle- surer, Joan Allen '53.
'55 has been elected general chaircording to Maureen Davis '52, pres- man and will be aided by Joan
gel, and Patricia Zylko, Juniors.
Gamma Kappa Phi will have as
ent Director. Assisting Miss Dewey Barnovitz, Roslyn Gold, Marilyn
Kathleen Oberst '54 will assume its officers: President, Patricia
is John Hanevy '54, Assistant Di- Werbalowsky, and Arlene Yanks,
the post of Publicity Director. Three Wilkerson;
Vice-President, Rose
rector; Barbara Smith '54, Secre- Sophomores.
representatives from the classes Mary Keller, Seniors; Recording
tary-Treasurer; and Edna Standhave also been elected. Elizabeth Secretary, Marianne Frascatore '54;
ley '55, Corresponding Secretary.
Coykendall is to serve from '53 Corresponding Secretary, Joanne
Debate Council has released the
The following people have been
while Karen Prindle and Donnu
slate of officers and members, who appointed members of the organi- I G C Names Balaskis,
Hughes will fill the positions from
will guide the activities in debat- zation: Edna Stanley, Betty Mc'54 and '55 respectively.
Marilyn
ing for State College during the Connell, Barbara Devitt, William Johnson Co- Chairmen
Burke '53 and Elizabeth Coykendall
coming year. Joyce Leonard '53, has Limage, Milton Siler, Zoe Ann
'53 have been chosen for the HonJoseph Lombardi, this year's
been named President of Debate Laurie,
and
Merrill
Goldman, President of Inter-Group Council,
or Council.
Council with James Thompson '54. Sophomores.
has revealed the new officers for
Vice-President.
Press Bureau works in conjuncOther appoinmtents are Jo-Anne tion with the Public Relations Of- this organization. Eleanor Balaskis
Doyle, Corresponding
Secretary, fice in an attempt to recognize out- and Irene Johnson will serve as
Edward Lehman, Treasurer, Rich- standing students in their local Co-chairmen of the Council during
the coming year. Working with
Director. newspapers.
New members of the 1952-1953 ard Shaper, Publicity
them as Secretary will be Mary LaStudent Union Board have been Juniors; and Edward Cornell, Revery '54. The Treasurer h a s ' been
announced by James Coles '52, out- cording Secretary '55. Ronald FerPaul Ward '55, Director of Men's going President. Rudolph DeSan- guson has been named as an addi- Hughes, W o o d To Lead announced to be Sue Stewart '54.
The aims of Inter-Group Council
Frosh Camp, and Rose Mary Kel- tolo, Marie DeSeve, Julia Korba, tional member of the Council.
Radio Council Program
arc to help the student body to
ler, Director of Women's Frosh and Beverly Pranitis, Seniors; were
Camp have released the following chosen from the present SUB to be CC Votes Smith To Fill
Tom Hughes has been elected to realize the problems of inter-racial
information
regarding
freshman the Senior members of the new
the presidency of Radio Council. and inter-cultural relations and to
camp this September.
Board. Junior members of the Grand Marshal Office
Aiding him in his duties will be: develop in the student body a senRichard Wood, Vice President, and sitive attitude toward the prejuWard submitted the following Board, newly elected from the trydices that limit all minority groups.
Owen Smith '53 will be the Grand
list of staff officers: Assistant Di- outs are: Frances Allen, Shirley Marshal of Campus Commission Jean Rasey, Secretary.
New members from the Class of
rector, Peter McManus '54; Treas- Callahan, Barbara Cumber, George during the coming year. Other new
urer, Harold Smith '53; Song Lead- Hathaway, and Mary Ann Reiling, officers on the Board will be: Jes- '54 are: Robert Becker, William
er, Alan Sweitzer '53; Program Di- Juniors. Also selected from the try- sie Raynor '54, Treasurer, and Mary Floyd, and Sylvia Semmler, Arlene
Yanks and Nancy Feder. Sophoretcor, Robert Hughes '53; Assist- outs to fill positions as Sophomore Lynn Morse '55, Secretary.
mores, and other new members.
ant
Program Director, Marvin Board members are: Edna StandFran
Allen
and
Frances
Bethea.
ley,
Patricia
Theobold,
and
Judy
Chernoff '54; Athletic Director,
Joy
Longo
Juniors,
have
been
electVan
Auken,
Sophomores.
Abel Blattman '53; Assistant Died to the Commission. Also chosen
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French Club's new officers. nounced three people to Board
Wright. Class of '54: Frances Be- leased
membership including: Lillian WclThey
are
as
follows:
President,
103 Central Ave.
thea, Audrey Burke, Palmlna C'ala- Florence Friedman '.r>5: Vice-Presi- ler, Joyce Turner, Juniors, and
brese, Frances Hopkins, Barbara dent,
Paul
Saimond
'54.
Forum
will
conWilliam Collins '54; SecreLaw, Margaret Livingstone, Made- tary, Williurd
'55; Publicity tinue its policy of informing the
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Commerce Club officers are PresAuken.
Sidney Feltman, Ph.G.
ident, Patrick Carlo; Vice-President, Kenneth Eveiard '54; Secre- 217 Western Ave. Albany, N. Y.
tary. Elizabeth Piatt '53; Treasurer,
Phone 6-8610
Frank Mayer '54; Reporter, Ronald
Koster '55.
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FRIDAY, MAY 16. 1 9 5 2
Beanies, Bows Adorn Page As Myskania Changes Order;
New Members Mount Stairs Amidst Cheers, Tears, Kisses
Futterer W i l l Direct
Ctst O f "Madwoman"
May 23 and 24, Friday and Saturday, at 8:30 p.m. in Page Hall
Auditorium, the Advanced Dramatics class will present "The Madwoman of Chaillot." The play is a
successful Broadway comedy of recent years. It was written toy Jean
Giraudoux and will be directed by
Agnes E. Futterer, Assistant Professor of English.
"The
Madwoman,"
originally
played by Martita Hunt, will be
portrayed by Roslyn Lacks '52. Supporting her are Josephine, Ruth
Dunn; Constance, Louise Petfield;
Irma, Barbara Newcombe, Juniors;
Gabrielle,
Madelon
Knoerzer;
Pierre, Richard Gutta, Seniors;
Ragpicker, Richard Scott; President,
Walter Goodell; Baron, James
Hughes; and Prospector, Louis Vion,
Juniors.
Paris, the Left Bank, will be the
setting for the play. Sets were under the direction of Hughes. Miss
Newcombe was in charge of obtainin 3 the costumes and props were
acnuired bv Miss Dunn Sound ef
Kan?iIglSwmbeScoSoned
by William Hawkins and Donald
Collins,
Sarahwhile
Brewer
'53,
handled Juniors.
the publicity
Goodell
was responsible for tickets and progl
?:ms'
,
,
Other members of the cast are:
Broker and Sewerman, Thomas
Hughes '53; Deaf mute, Henry
Smith; Street Singer, Edward Kyle;
grrsennt, Ross Federico; Robert
Sanders, Seniors. The role of Dr.
Jadin will be played by Harry Warr
and that of the Doorman by John
Jacobus, Sophomores. Rose Mary
Keller will take the part of the
Flower Girl, Policeman, Hawkins;
Martial, the waiter, Francis Hodge;
and Pedler, Sarah Brewer, Juniors.
Prices for seats, which are reserved, are seventy-five cents and one
dollar. Tickets may be bought at
the bouth in lower Huested peristyle.
ATTEND
SPRING CONCERT
TONIGHT
VOL. XXXVI NO. 2 6
Concert Climaxes
Music Council s
Yearly Activities
All Musical Groups
Combine For Program
Music Council will climax its activities for the year with its annual
presentation of a spring concert to
be held in Page Hall this evening
at 8:30 p.m. All musical groups
will participate in this concert. The
orchestra will be under the baton
of Dr. Charles F. Stokes, Professor
of Music, while the choral groups,
including the recently formed Mixed Choir of selected voices, will be
under the direction of Karl Peterson, Instructor in Music.
Orchestra To Open Program
The program will open with a n
orchestral presentation of Gretry's
"Tambourin" from "Cephale and
Procris," to be followed by "The
Gypsy Baron Overture" by Johann
Thirteen smiling faces reflect emotions of new Myskania members after tapping ceremony. Left to Strauss, Harold Johnson's "Mowls"
right in the order they were escorted to the stage, they arc: Telfer, Pranitis, Newcombe, Lannon, Smith and the "Evening Reverie" and
"French Miltary March" from "AlKeller, Dunn, Oberst, Hodge, Lombardi, Piatt, Coykendall, and Koszewski.
gerian Suite" by Saint-Saens.
For the first time this year, no "I was thankful for mv cane," she
"To put it quite bluntly,
Chorus
Will Render Numbers
News's could be seen dotting Page aid, "and the two helping arms."
I was really in heaven
Following the intermission, the
H a l l Auditorium, only bows, beanies,
M
had
Women's Chorus will render SmeTo be on Myskania
arm-bands and led -ines shak ng , The
* "announcement
T r
•oof 1names
,,
s
tana's "The Bartered Bride," HanA °»«" . ana lea ..ines, snaKing decided effects upon Pete Telfer and
And in .seat number seven.'
del's "Where E'er You Walk," and
£
f ^ ' o i d S e T ? i h L T
^ f T
^ T " ' ' S V
?T
Ann Oberst and Rosie Keller sum Chopin's "A Hymn to Music." Sevd
they
l l g h t Ca
ddle
The old o S e r of MyskanTa6 did mname,
" h l Sonem lword,
and "it took only
up the feelings of all thirteen: "We eral solo parts will be featured in
change,
giving way
to six new wirh
men r ' J ° t h n ' \ J ° l \ h a " n ? " J t ? b e o n h i s w e r e e x c i t e d ' w e w e r e thrilled, and the rendition of Riegger's mountain
and'le've'n"new"
women'"who"
emotions
mo
nted
the
,
SS
' ^
i ' h a d n ' t been me!" we were grateful."
dance tune "Skip To My Lou."
xed"
0UI1 ea Ule sla e
"to become
, u
. .'..
'
= he exclaimed afterwards. "Francis
Tne
the
36th Myskania.
Patrick" was enough to send Frank
whirlwind of events didn't Lhoralettes
To sing
lhe
Amidst cheers, tears and kisses, Ho e's biological systems revolving stop with the excitement on the
Choralettes will blend their
t h e n e w members were welcomed
varied presentation
in
in the wrong direction.
° tAage. At the first meeting of the wvoices
J o e Lombard!, his ears numb to the
held" last "Tuesday e sltl i c n B ewliile1 include Giordani's "DearHal
Smith
travelled
his
longest
new
Myskania
r o a r a b o u t nim, h a d t0 be
t.
er
were elected.
' .
v e " ("Caro Mio Ben"),
read when he walked up to the m g h t ' n e w o f f i ccers
e d up the steps. Barbara Newcombe
"Spring Song" by Williams, "Afterstage from first row, and Hank Pete Telfer will lead the group as glow"
("Beau Soir") by Debussy,
was so nervous she dropped her Koszewski ran the gamut of emo- President, Rosie Keller is Vicecane four times. When Betty Piatt tions: fir-t shock, nervousness, hap- President, Ann Oberst will act as and a new modern arrangement of
was called, she had to be pushed piness; then, bewilderment, amour, Secretary, Hal Smith will treasure "Polly Wolly Doodle" by Charles.
out of her chair by her roommate. and. believe it or not, hunger!
Next on the program, the Men's
the money, and Betty Coykendall
Glee Club will commence their porwill be Mistress of Ceremonies.
Bev Pranitis was in a complete
tion of the evening's entertainment
state of shock for 15 minutes, and
Now that the confusion has sub- with a Welsh Chorale, "Holy Lord
Coy's legs shook so she couldn't ided, the new Myskania has settled of All," by Williams followed by two
walk. Ruth Dunn says that Dave down to the business of being the Sullivan compositions, "The Long
Shepard anticipated her feelings most honored traditional organize- Day Closes" and "When The Foewhen he wrote these last lines to a Lion on campus.
campus. We wish the 36th man Bares His Steel" from the "Pirates of Penzance." The Statesmen
Myskania a successful year.
Signum Laudis, honorary scholas- poem:
will conclude their contribution
tic fraternity, will hold its annual
with a rousing sea chantey "Old
banquet at Brubacher Hall Sunday,
Man Noah" by Riegger.
starting at 6:30 p.m.. announces
Charles Gruneisen '52, chairman of
Choir To Present Finale
the banquet. New members are to
The finale of the evening will
be initiated.
combine the selected voices of the
Mixed Choir in a rendition of four
Dr. Don Orton, Director of EduSororities and fraternities have cation, will welcome the new memever favorite musical compositions,
rnno ;n • d their activities for the bers. Raymond Champlin '52, is to
Mendelssohn's "He, Watching Over
Ahmed Shah Bokhari, Pakistan's
remainder of the year.
Israel," Christiansen's "Lost in the
speak on behalf of the old members. delegate to the U.N., will address
rhe events cf Si^ma Lambda Sig- His address will be followed by a an audience oi State College stuNight," Bach-Gounod's "Ave Maria"
nal's formal weekend have been an- reply from the initiates, whose dents in Page Hall at 1:30 p.m.
and in a final musical demonnounced by George Smalling '53, spokesman will be Ruth Hersko Thursday. Bokhari is being brought
(ConUnued on Page 6, Column 5>
Pre •.:;''in. The formal, "Spring's witz '53. Toastma.ster for the ban- to State by Forum and Student AsLast Spree," will be held at the quet will be Marion Gorskie '52.
sociation.
Knights of Columbus Hall from 9
Members from the class of '52 to
p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. General
Bokhari, acting president of the
Chairam of the formal is John Lan- be initiated are Jean Hope Bean, Security Council last month, has
Jeanne
Hayes,
John
Lindberg,
Vioon '52. A picnic will be held at That- , », , T,
,, ,, T„ • ...
been a college professor, Shakeseher Park Sunday afternoon. Neil pansky,
^ ^ ^ I ^and
L 3Eleanor
™ " ' Tweedie.
£ ! ? ! ™ ! h a m pearian scholar, radio broadcaster,
Brown '54, is general chairman.
poet, and playwright. He was a
Marion Beni, Robert Berkhofer, leader in the struggle for partition
Kappa Delta Rho's weekend ac
Assembly today will consist of inBrezinsky, Anna Christodulu, of India in 1947, and he has repretivillcs have been announced by HIrene
stallation of new Student Associaelen
John Zongrone '54, President. A
Hagel, Ruth Herskowitz, Mi sented his country in the U.N. for
tion officers, a farewell speech by
banquet will be held at Shaker chael LaMarca, Ann McDougall almost two years.
retiring President William Wiley
Ridge Country lub at 6:30 p.m. Sat- Barbara Mendoza, Donald Stine
'52, and various announcements, it
He is the holder of two university
urday. The formal will take place Ann Sturge.s, and Joyce Turner are
was announced at the Student
after the banquet. A bus will leave the new members from the class degrees, one from the University
Council meeting Wednesday eveof Punjab and one from Cambridge.
the KDR house at 10:30 a.m. Sun- of '53.
ning. The Council elected students
He
was
a
professor
of
English
in
day for a picnic at Thatcher Park.
to fill administrative posts for the
India
in
the
1920's
and
early
'30's
Thomas Holman '52, is general
Eastern Colleges Science Conference
and later became one of the leading
chairman.
which will convene at State next
radio announcing figures in the
Kappa Beta's weekend will begin
Spring, and heard several committee
country.
with its fifteenth annua! formal,
reports.
AIIMKD SHAH BOKHARI
the Crystal Ball, Saturday evening
Herbert Thier '53, was chosen
Bokhari
has
translated
several
Edward
J.
Sabol
announced
that
in the Richardson Lounge. Dancing
chairman of the Science Conference.
English
works,
among
them
those
all
seniors
planning
to
start
gradwill be from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Assisting him will be a technical
Shakespeare, Galsworthy.
A picnic will be held at Joe's Ha- uate study this summer or in Sep- of c Shaw,
nl
eplied, "Sir Gladwyn Jebb, with a vice-chairman and an arrangements
cienda in Nassau Sunday. Buses tember should secure application °* ; Wilde, and Henri Bergson
of language for which I vice-chairman. The Conference will
will leave the house at 10 a. m. Wil- forms in Room 109, Draper Hall. into Urdu. Short stories, plays,°and efelicity
nvv
him, has been pleased to call be attended by 180 eastern colleges
liam Swart/. '52, and Konrad Maier Upon completion, the forms should poems in Urdu and Persian are also
himself a tortoise and myself a represented by approximately 600
'54, are co-chairmen in charge of be left in Room 109, and final ac- credited to his pen.
hare. He has, therefore, accused me students.
tion on them will be taken when
the weekend.
A fluent speaker In U.N. sessions, of inipeluousness. He has also .said
In a Student Board of Finance
Potter Club will hold a picnic May degree requirements are completed and appearing with a minimum of that in the British Commonwealth report, it was revealed that the
25 at Lion's Lake in Nassau. Thomas for the bachelor's degree.
notes, Bokhari was compared to a . . . there is room for many kinds recent D&A soliciting for the spring
Men needing letters for military hare by Great Britain's Sir Glad- of political animals. This is prob- play was forbidden by the s.A. ConKing '52, i.s general chairman of the
picnic.
purposes may secure them in the wyn Jebb, in regard to the debate ably true, but if in the British stilution. Student Council voted to
Phi Delta will hold u picnic for same office. Requests for .such let - on Tunisia. Sir Gladwyn thought a Commonwealth there are any os- support the Board in its decision to
Its honorarv faculty members and ters can be made now, and they more conservative approach was t riches, I hey are not found in my equire D&A to return the money
(Continued on Page 6, Column 3) will be forwarded Immediately.
needed tor the problem Bokhari country."
to the students who donated
Signum Laudis
Plans Banquet
Bokhari, Pakistan Delegate
To Speak Here Thursday
Campus Greeks
Slate Activities
SA Will Install
'52-'53 Officers
Seniors To Secure
Grad Study Forms
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