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STATE COLLEGE NEWS. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1flS3
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Forum To Hear Jean Casadesus To Transform Report Predicts Grants Available
Reverend Daniel Auditorium Into Concert Hall Teacher Shortage To Graduates
The shortage of funds in many Applications are being accepted
Next Friday evening all music-lovSpeak On Israel hear
ing students will have a chance to dy. In October of that year he was communities will prevent the build- through May 8 for fellowships to
a renowned pianist when Jean a prize winner at the International ing of much needed classrooms to
Forum of Politics will hold a regular meeting on Thursday in Draper
349 Auditorium at 3:30 p, m., announces Joyce Turner '53, Publicity
Director.
Rev. John Daniel, minister of the
Congregational Church at Saratoga,
will address the meeting on "Israel
Today." He will discuss the importance of Israel in the East-West Crisis, and her relationships with the
neighboring countries.
Rev. Daniel spent some time in
Israel in 1951. He was also an arms'
chaplain during World War II. He
is currently teaching an elective
course entitled "Problems of Religion" at Skidmore College. Mrs. Daniel is an education professor here at
State College.
Faculty Donates
To Student Fund
The Facu.ty Wives' Club held a
card party Friday, March 13, in
Brubacher Dining Room at 8 p. m.
for the benefit of the Foreign Student Fund, reports Mrs. J. Ralph
Tibbetts, chairman of the card party. Approximately 225 f a c u l t y ,
housemothers, and guests attended
this benefit party.
A total of $150.00 will be turned
over to the Foreign Student Fund
as proceeds from the party. Several
door prizes were donated to the
club by the Central Avenue Merchants Association. Beauty Counselor Inc. donated individual bottles of
perfume for table prizes, according
to Mrs. Derk Tieszen, President of
the Faculty Wives' Club.
Casadesus will present a concert in
Page Auditorium. In Europe the
name Casadesus has been for generations a symbol for music just as
in this country Morgan means
money or Ford, automobiles.
Jean Casadesus was born in Paris, July 7, 1927. At the age of five
under loving but strict supervision
of his great-aunt, he started playing
the piano. In 1938, although he was
only eleven years old, he entered
the Paris Conservatory as a solfege
student and the same year won the
First Medal.
In 1940 Jean came to the United
States with his parents and settled
in Princeton, New Jersey. Here he
continued his musical studies with
his father, Robert Casadesus, and,
at the same time, began an American education which took him
through four yars at Lawrenceville
and a year at Princeton.
While still at school, in 1946, Jean
won the Youth Contest of the Philadelphia Orchestra. The prize was
an appearance under Eugene Orma-
Hutchins
Announces
Art Display
Plans
The Art Department will feature
a graphic arts exhibit on second
floor in Draper Hall Monday to
Friday, announces Miss Ruth E.
Hutchins, Assistant Professor of
Art. Displays of original lithographs',
etchings, dry points, wood cuts,
prints will be included in the exwood engravings, and silk screen
hibit.
These exhibits are placed in the
showcases and on screens in the
corridor in order that all students
may benefit from them, states Miss
Hutchins. The materials for the exhibit will be furnished by the Art
Department and Mi.ss Hutchins.
Contest at Geneva, Switzerland.
In 1948 he began a professional
career which since then has included successful engagements in
recital and with orchestra in this
country, and tours of Holland,
Switzerland, and France.
Within four years, Jean Cassadesus has forged ahead steadily.
Between January 1950, and April
1952, he appeared with 30 American
orchestras, playing concertos by
Liszt, Saint-Saens, Ravel, Mozart,
and Beethoven, numerous solo recitals, and appearing with his parents in special engagements, witn
the New York Philharmonic-Symphony, and orchestras in Pittsburgh.
Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis and
Indianapolis. The three also played
together in Rome and Paris. Everywhere Jean appears, his musicianship and personal charm have won
him a devoted following.
Young Jean is, as one newspaper
writer puts it, "a musical chip off
a worthy block." His appearance
here at State should be one of the
outstanding programs of the year.
house the ever-growing number of
pupils in our public schools, tho
United States Office of Education
recently stated. All indications show
that there will be a worse shortage
of both classrooms and teachers in
the next few years.
The report handed down by the
Office of Education said that colleges are not turning out teachers
fast enough to meet the growing
demand. The report further called
for a study of ways to attract more
youths to the teaching profession
and ways to keep trained teachers
from quitting the profession.
Future Grads To File
College Applications
All seniors planning to continue
in graduate study beginning in the
summer or in the fall, should file
their applications with the Graduate Studies Department and arrange for their interviews in the
very near future, announces Edgar
W. Flinton, Director of Graduate
Studies.
'Pep' Band To Start
Applications for admission can be
obtained in Flinton's office, Draper
For Soccer Season
105. Necessary interviews will be arranged after the applications have
A student band is being started at been reviewed.
State College in hopes of having a
"pep" band to create spirit at next
year's soccer games, Joseph Patrick Honorary
Schedules
'54, reveals.
There is a special need for many Meeting
Wednesday
clarinet players so all are urged to
Signum Laudis, the honorary
try out by Patrick. A few trumpets,
clarinets and french horns arc .scholastic fraternity for seniors who
available for use but any other in- are in the highest ten percent of
struments need to be furnished by their class scholastically at State,
will hold a regular meeting on
players.
Anyone interested in trying out Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. The meetini
for this band should meet Thursdav, will take place in Room 141, Draper,
March 26 at 7:30 p. m. in room 28, announces Donald Stine '53, president.
Richardson.
study in Spain next year, announces
Dr. J. Wesley Childers, Professor of
Modern Languages. The fellowships
are open to both men and women
students in any field of the humanities.
Each scholarship carries a stipend
of $1,900 which is divided approximately as follows: round-trip transportation, $500; maintenance, $1,000
for the academic year; university
fees $50; books and materials, $50;
travel within Spain, $200; health
insurance and contingencies, $100.
Candidates must be United States
citizens, under 30 years of age, and
must be able to show proof of: demonstrated academic ability and capacity for independent study or research, a bachelor's degree, a plan
for advanced study or research, a
good knowledge of Spanish, gooa
moral character, personality, and
adaptability, good health, and ability to provide for dependents.
Application blanks may be secured from the U. S. Student Program
of the Institute of International Education, 1 East 67th Street at Fifth
Avenue, New York, N. Y. Applications must be filed not later than
May 8.
June Grads To Check
Office Diploma List
All seniors and graduate students
who expect to complete their degree
requirements as of June 1953 are
requestd to note the list posted on
the bulletin board on first floor
Draper near the Registrar's office,
announces Ruth E. Lape, Registrar.
All names, in the way that they a>'e
to appear on the diplomas, should
be posted there, states Miss Lape.
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VOL, XXXVII NO. 22
SCIENCE STUDENTS ATTEND ECS CONCLAVE
Planned Agenda
Will commence
Today A t Page
Council Alters
Seating Rules
For Assemblies
Pianist To Give
Concert Tonight
On Page Stage
Some 250 college science students
Wednesday evening Student Counand their faculty representatives
cil established a new system of Asfrom 86 colleges and universities,
sembly seating whereby every sturepresenting 13 states and the Disdent in the three lower classes (extrict of Columbia are in attendance
cept those having legitimate excusat the 7th annual Eastern Colleges
es) will be seated and Assembly will
Science Conference, now in progress
be on a non-compulsory basis for
at the College. The delegates asSeniors. In a surprise move Council
sembled in Albany last night and
voted two weeks ago to retract the
through today and tomorrow will be
taking of attendance from Campus
availing themselves of lectures, field
Commission, and, therefore, Council
trips, demonstrations, and student
members will be checking absences.
research projects, Herbert Thier '53,
According to the new system, the
Executive Chairman, has announced,
student will be allowed two absences
i Detailed coverage of the various asper semester, or four per year. This
pects of the conference appears on
policy will go into effect immediatepages four and five of this week's
ly, beginning with today's assembly.
iSeus, which comprise a science conThe revised seating lists have been
ference supplement.)
JEAN CASSADESUS
posted and all underclassmen arcHERBERT THIER '53
At 11 a.m. today, Page Auditorium
urged to check them carefully. If an
will
be turned over to the Opening
excuse for legitimate reasons is deMeeting of the gathering. Dr. Vinsired, Marilyn Wittchen '54 should
cent J. Schaefer, General Electric's
be contacted through Student Mail.
"snowflake" scientist, will be the
A section of five rows (63 seats)
keynote speaker on the topic of "Sciin the right section facing the stage
entific Adventure," to be supplewill be reserved for Seniors or othmented with films and slides.
ers not seated who wish to attend
Following the keynote address,
The agenda for today's assembly, and for Council members. All votState's elimination contest to se- delegates will adjourn to Pierce and
as set by Student Council, will con- ing by Seniors and Council members
Sayles Halls where they will be servsist of the consideration of six SA will henceforth be done by absentee lect the College's entrant for the ed lunch. The official program will
Albany finals of the 1953 Hear.l
budgets passed by the Council anci ballot.
Newspapers Tournament of Orators, get under way again at 1:30 p.m.
Student Board of Finance. Wednessponsored by the Times-Union, will today when the student representaday night Student Council devised
be
held Tuesday, April 14, in Page tives will have the opportunity of
a new assembly seating program and
Auditorium.
The topic of this year's touring several local establishments
discussed several budgets.
contest is "Justice Marshall and his of scientific interest. The faculty
John Lannon '53, President of Stucontributions tu American History." representatives will gather at 4 p.m.
dent Association, announced that the
The winner of these elimination In the Upper Lounge of Brubache:
Council will have to set a definite
rounds will go on to participate in for a tea in their honor. Concluding
policy governing the use of the ComState College will represent Hon- the local finals at Albany Law today's activities will be the E.C.S.C.
mons because of the confusion that duras at the United Nations Mock School. May 5 and 6, while this win- banquet which will occur at 7:45
resulted from its being reserved by
Assembly, sponsored by the ner will represent his college at the p.m. in the main dining room of
a particular organiation last Tues- General
Collegiate
Council of the United Na- Eastern Seaboard Finals, and, if vic- Brubacher.
day. The Council passed the budget
tions.
The
Assembly will be held torious, go on to the national finals Students to Present Papers
of Debate Council by a vote of 15
Tomorrow morning will be devotWednesday
and
Thursday, and will held in Milwaukee. Anyone interto 1, with a recommendation to SA
ested in enrolling in State's elimina- ed to the presentation of student
to reinstate a $25 High School de- have participants from colleges of tion conte-t is asked to see Mrs. El- papers on scientific research probate line stricken out by SBF. Cam- the Middle Atlantic area. Cornell nora Carrino, Debate Coach, im- jects in Page Auditorium. At 12:30
pus Commission's budget was passed University will be host to the visit- mediately. Inexperienced as well as p.m. the delegates will be served
after having been revised by SBF ing delegates.
experienced speakers are eligible.
/Continued on Page 8, Columns)
at the recommendation of SC last
The Forum members participating
week. Also accepted with new reThe Hearst Oratorical Contest on
the Mock Assembly are Joyce
A A U W To Entertain visions was the Forum budget, which in
Turner and Edna Sherber, Senior:-, this campus is sponsored by the Library Sets Rules
was cut approximately $50 at the Richard Hannis '54, Earle Beach and State College News. Irene Brezinsky
urging of SC. Passed unanimously Bradford Miller, Sophomores, and '53, News Co-Public Relations Editor, For Returning Books
State Present System
were budgets presented by IGC and Ruth Brown '56. On the agenda are has been in charge of arrangements
Senior women from New York Primer. The Council postponed the resolutions dealing with United Na- and local publicity, in co-operation
The College Library will close at
State College for Teachers and the discussion of SMILES budget until tions activities and a student forum with Mrs. Carrino.
1
p.m. on Thursday and will reopen
College of St. Rose will be guests a representative of the organiaztion to discuss "The Role of the General
on
Monday, April 13 at 8 a.m., anThere
are
three
prizes
offered
in
of the Albany Branch, American is present.
Assembly in Promoting Peace."
each classification: first prize—$100 nounces Mary Elizabeth Cobb,
Association of University Women on
Defense Bond, second prize—$51) College Librarian,
Wednesday, April 15, at 8:00 p. m
Reserve books may be borrowed
Bond, and third prize—$25 Bond.
at Brubacher Hall, Lower Lounge.
Each contestant will receive $10. In after 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday. They
Guest speakers will be Dean
1949, Dorothy Midgley, a State Col- should be returned by 9:10 a.m. on
Nancy Duke Lewis of Pembroke College student, was the victor in the April 13. Those who do not abide
lege in Brown University, and Dr
by these regulations will be subject
local finals.
Josephine B. Glasgow, first Vice
lo fines. Twenty-five cents will be
Speeches
for
the
Hearst
Contest
President of the National A.A.U.W.
charged for the first hour or fracmust be limited to six minutes in tion thereof that the book is overand member of the local Branch,
length and must be delivered with- due and five cents for each succeedLast week's News Poll of the AsDean Lewis will speak on "Woman's
strictly judicial body, while 31 said out reference notes.
ing hour up to a maximum of sixty
Responsibility Today," and Dr. sembly concerning the type of ju- they
would
like
to
see
it
strictly
cents for the first day. Twenty-five
Glaskow will speak on "What dicial body SA wished to see set up honorary in function. Six students
cents will be charged for each adA.A.U.W. Can Mean To The New tinder the revised constitution fol- wrote in a fifth choice—that of abolSU Acquires
Piano
lowed the trend of most polls this
ditional day up to the purchase
College Graduate."
year in that if was inconclusive due ishing the judiciary entirely. The
price.
Hostesses will include State Col- to sparse attendance at the meeting. Constitutional Revision Committee For Concert
Work
Those books borrowed for two
lege faculty and staff who belong However, of the 218 who filled in now has SA's opinions under study
weeks
will be due April 15, states
to the A'bany Branch of A.A.U.W. their polls, 126 indicated a prefer- and they will undoubtedly be used
A new piano has been purchased
as well an member graduates of ence lor a Myskania as it is now (a as a guiding factor in drawing up by the Faculty-Student Association Miss Cobb.
Skidmore, Boston, Duke, McGill, combination of both judicial and the articles providing for the ju- for the Student Union. The piano,
Miami, Northwestern, and St. Law- honoraryi. Twenty-nine preferred :i dicial body.
which arrived on Monday, has been Co-op Adv ises Seniors
Only 26 saw lit to indicate what placed in the Upper Lounge, accordrence Colleges. Assisting them wll:
changes I hey would like to see made ing to Dr. Evan R. Collins, President To Order Caps, Gowns
be Joan Bennett and Marjorie Alin the present body or its functions. ol the College.
guire, Seniors, and Patricia Beery, Commission To Enforce
State College Co-op is now taking
These comments are of interest in
and Joanne Skelly, of the College
William Knabe it Company man- measurements lor caps and gowns
that they reveal several definite
Rules, Relocates Desk
of St. Rose.
areas of complaint: tin; "popularity ufactured the "grand" type piano. to be worn by Seniors during the
Campus Commission desk has contest," the unanimous decision, 11 is lo be used for concerts and re- Moving-Up Day and Graduation
Any Senior expecting to
Pettit States
Deadline been moved to the lower peristyle and the non-judicial functions. citals and nol for general practice ceremonies.
between Husted and Richardson Those who felt election to the ju- by the student body. Rules lor its take part in these ceremonies must
be measured and place his order no
ought to be more than the use will be established.
For ED
Application Halls. All posters must be placed on diciary
later than Wednesday.
this desk and initialed before being the popularity contest which they
Mrs. Eleanor R. Sloane, Co-op
Applicaions for next year's class posted, announces Owen Smith '53, felt it was suggested several means
To Consult Manager, has also announced that
of avoiding such selection. "It might Freshman
in Elementary Dramatics (EnglUh Grand Marshal.
the College store will remain open
be wise to test applicants for the
7> are now being accepted by Dr.
tiiis Saturday until 4 p.m. in order
Monday
Those persons who are observed Judiciary on their Constitutional Advisors
Paul B. Pettit, Assistant Professor
lo accommodate visitors from the
violating the Campus Commission knowledge," said one. Others sugof English.
Freshmen mid-semester marks will Science Conference.
rules as published in the February gested that a scholastic average ol
Rental of a cap and gown for both
Application blanks tire in the en- 13 Issue of the News will be issued at least 1.50 be a prerequisite of elec- be in the hands of I heir advisors on
velope; on the door of Dr. Pettit's warnings by Campus Commission tion, while another felt that some Monday morniir;. Each freshman MUD and Graduation will cost $4,
office;, Richardson 6, and are to be These warnings will be given to "scale" of measurement of the nom- should consult his advisor for these while I he use of tfee gown alone may
marks, according to the Student be secured for $3,50. A cap ulone will
completed and returned to his of- Myskania for action, according to
Personnel Office.
cost $1, Mrs. Sloane lias stated,
(Continued from Page 3,Column Si
fice not later than Friday, April 3. Owen Smith,
One of America's foremost pianists, Jean Casadesus, will appear on
Page Hall stage this evening. Sponsored by Music Council, the concert
will begin at 8:30 p.m.
The program will commence with
a Bach fantasy and the "Pathetique"
sonata from Beethoven. Mr. Casadesus will then play three numbers
by Chopin, "Impromptu, C'-Sharp,
Op. 29," "Nocturne, C-Sharp, Op.
29," and the "Polonaise, A flat major, Op. 53."
After a shorl; ir termisison the performance will continue with "Romance in P-sharp. Op. 26" and "Intermezzo, Op. 28," two of Robert
Schumann's romantic pieces. "Mes
Joies," an arrangement by Franz
Liszt of a song from Chopin will be
followed by "Capriccio, Op 76," a
work written by Johannes Brahms
in his most creative period.
First of the three final selections
is "Andaluzia" by Manuel de Falla,
a Spaniard associated with the
"young" French school. This is to
be followed by "Reflections in the
Water" by the French impressionist
composer Claude Debussey, another
member of the "young" French
school. Mr. Casadesus will conclude
his performance with "Toccata, Op.
11" by Sergei Prokofieff. This is one
of the earlier and more classical
works of this Russian musical innovator.
Jean Casadesus is a member of a
very famous family of European musicians and has earned awards and
medals from many musical societies. His parents are Robert and
Gaby Casadesus. internationallyknown piano recitalists. He has
played with twenty American orchestras and has toured Holland,
Switzerland and France.
SA Will Study
Budget Proposals
Students To Vie
In College Finals
Forum To Visit
Mock A/leef/ng
S A Prefers Myskania
To Keep Present System
PAGE 2
Common-State*,
Welcome I
By J. KORBA & R. HUGHES
The State College News Board and Staff take
this opportunity to welcome the three hundred-odd
student delegates and their faculty advisors to this,
the 7th Annual Eastern Colleges Science Conference. We, the student body of Albany State are
happy too have you inspect our campus, and sincerely hope that your three-day stay here will be
both enjoyabble and educational. May we also extend our congratulations to the student and faculty
committees who have labored long and hard to
make State's first attempt at playing host to the
E.C.S.C. a successful one.
BEST WISHES
State College welcomes the 85 colleges who are
joining us this weekend in the Science Conference.
We hope that the Conference will be successful. The
p^ans seem to have been very well carried out. We
would like to congratulate the chairman and his committees on a job well done. They have been burdened
with a tremenaous responsibility and they have done
a gieat amount of wonc to put on a program that we
can be proud of—we know it will be a great credit
to our college.
'Unanimous' Votes . . .
Myskania's proclamation of "Unanimous decision last week in Assembly was obviously more a
wrong choice of words than an intent to have SA
believe that there is never a dissentnig vote within
the body. However, perhaps a word of caution
needs direction to the judicial body that tehre is
a great deal of difference between the "united
front" which Myskania a t times elects to present
and the unanimous decision which requires thirteen
votes in one direction. We do not feel that Myskania is out to deceive Student Association, but
the request from the floor last week for the individual opinions of the body (which, incidentally, was
never complied with) leads us to believe that Myskania members, and likewise those of Student
Council, are doing SA an injustice by not revealing
their minority opinions. Obviously they have reasons for their dissenting votes. Let them be aired
in the name of a wiser, more satisfyingly considered
vote from the Association. The News requests that
henceforth, especially in matters of a controversial
nature, Myskania write a minority opinion and
make it available to be publicized. We agree to
give hereafter, coverage to dissenting opinions
along with the decision vvhich the body, by majority vote, has reached.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 2 7 , 1953
STATE COLLEGE NEW9, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1983
Above, the NEWS records for posterity the condition in which the
students of the College kept their Commons in the year '52-*53. You like
it this way????
Out Qoel *1ke JlamL
UNCHALLENGED
It is interesting to note that the bulk of the student
body answering the News poll last week found Myskan'a to be to their liking. With all of the talk that
has been goin , on about this group, we expected to
see a landslide against our present system. Surprisingly enough, this did not happen. If we were to assume anything at all from these results, it would be
that the majority like our present government and
are content with things as they are. We could have
told you that before!
NOT TO BE MISSED
The music program to be presented tonight will be
an excellent one. Mr. Casadesus will, without a
doubt be one of the highlights in entertainment for
this year. We hope that all who are able will attend
the concert, for it promises to be an evening of high
caliber entertai. ment.
By FRAN HOPKINS
"March comes in like a lion and basket-weaving. Shall I take my NOT AGAIN
goes out like a lamb," goes the old Master's next year or try to get a The mot.on which will come up today concerning
saying, and as March bleats its job? Wonder when it's too late to Myskania keys should be defeated. Why must we
last this week, most of us are pret- change to the new system. Wish I'd waste valuable assembly time arguing such a silly
get some more leads. Shall I take
ty glad to see it go.
that job at $2,500 with eight prep- question. If keys are to be struck out of the budget,
and we do not thinks they should be, it should be
Somehow, March is the time raationsV Gotta do something. Bet- done for all organizations, not just for certain ones
when we reach the lowest ebb of ter find a summer job soon; no- It is obviously unfair to deprive one organization ol
our psychological tide; all over the body seems to want an English keys, wh le all others may keep them. It is just as
campus people have arrived at that major who can't even type. Won- unfair to pick on certain organizations only for the
state of anxiety and depression der what my draft status will be sake of picking.
which seems to come with March in June. W'.'.ere in the name of
every year. Every problem assumes Uncle Sam : i my Income Tax re- VES, WE'VE DONE IT AGAIN
gigantic proportions, and there are fund?
We are happy to see that we are beginning to get
many, many problems. This seems
fan mail. Our first letter wasn't too clever, but it
This
is
oiii
mental
state,
what
too short to do all the things which
was an attempt. We hope that in the future people
must be done: the end of the year about the physical? That's great will write to us personally instead of putting letters
too.
Practically
all
of
us
are
reis almost upon us and the strain
on bullet n boards. We might miss it- and we wouldof all that we must still do begins covering from the effects of meas- n't want that to happen!
Wise Revolution!
to tell. There are term papers to les, flu, pneumonia, bubonic plague
write, rehearsals to attend, plans and the "common cold". (March is HONOR?
We congratulate Student Council on the sound- for the Revue to finish, an oral re- probably the month which shoots
It's too bad that some of the students around here
ness of its measure to retract the taking of Assem- port to give, meetings to call, books Art Kapner's loss ratios for a loop, haven't learned to take care of community property.
inu
t
be
his
saddest
month,
too.)
The 3-speed phonograph now has only 2 speeds; the
bly attendance from Campus Commission. We trust to finish, labs to complete, the
new card tables are getting their share of drinks,
that the move has not come too late to save the Constitutional revisions to make,
Add
all
this
up
and
you
have
a
and exams, exams, exams!
ashes, etc, <-pillrd on them; nd the furniture in the
pretty
clear
picture
of
the
rattlelegislature from disintegrating entirely as it had
TV room is rapidly being destroyed. We hope thai.
headed,
jumpy,
absent-minded
and
tended to do under Campus Commission's ineffiAs if these problems of the presever-so-cheerful student during the in the future all will try to be more considerate.
ent
weren't
enough
to
keep
us
occiency. The Commission's major difficulty after
month which was giving trouble
Council granted its request to take over the at- cupied, March seems to be theeven back in Caesar's day. This ON THE OFFENSIVE
time when we begin to worry about
At last we are going to see some action about the
tendance taking earlier in the year seems to have the future. The future looms omi- really sounds pretty gloomy; it assembly attendance. Student Council has assumed
looks
as
though
we'd
all
better
dry
been inability to alphabetize the seating lists and nously before us, and its problems
full control o\cr seat ng and future attendance. Unup and let the March wind whisk
to provide each seat with one occupant only. Re- are multiplied tenfold. If we were us away. But--it's almost April, doubtedly the control wiil be a fight, one; it is about
sult - t h e authorities refused t oenforce assembly able to peek into the churning and April brings sunshine, (all time.
minds of State College's confused
attendance regulations since they felt that too many students we would probably find right, so it rains a little, tool, warm POST SCRIPTS
students just didn't know where they were supposed thoughts like these: June is com- breezes, blossoms ,n Washington
We hope that all those who are not snowed under
to be sitting and couldn't be held responsible for ing, do I have enough hours to Park, picnics at '1 butcher, dozens by homework will try to go to the SMILES party on
of
leads
for
jobs,
a
draft
deferment,
Sunday . . . Why aren't there a few waste basket'
graduate Should I teach in Milne
not being there.
or off-campus next year? Wish I a legacy from Great-Uncle Lucius, around the Union? . . . We hear that Ihe All College
From the work done at Student Council Wednes- could afford summer school. Some- and - - - Easter Vacation! So let's Uevue is coming along very well—we are looking forday night every indication is given that SC will not times it bothers me, do I really live it up a little ! ! !
ward to seeing it in its final form next month . . .
Spring is here and many otherwise conscientious
repeat these errors. In addition to establishing the want to teach? If I fall that Spanstudents now have an irresistible urge to cut classes
official lists, a comprehensive system of regulations ish course I can always switch to
eld Albanian girl, died recently from ah, to be on Dean's List . . . The darkness that prewas set up which will be enforced. The system apan incurable cancer of the brain. She vailed in the halls on Monday afternoon left a few
pears to solve the difficulties involved in seating
was one of a family of nine. Her casualties . . .
liOtin'
9H
7ke.
loum
illness incurred a three-month hosspace through providing room for every underpital bill which her family is un- QUESTION OF H I E WEEK . . .
By RHODA BERGER '56
classman not legally excused and establishing Senable to pay.
Where do we put the next, piano?????
ior attendance on a voluntary basis. It was felt
that by their fourth year Seniors are either interOne of llie many events to enable
Every Friday from 11 to 11:30 a.m.
ested enough in Student government to be present State College has a television pro- Joan's family to pay their debt, is a
even if not compelled, or too disinterested and in gram over WRGB in Schenectady. dance on April 4 at the Sons of
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
Each week a different department Italy Hall on lower Madison Aveaddition busy with their Practice Teaching to con- is featured.
nue. The music will be furnished by
ESTABLISHED
MAY 1B16
tribute anything to assemblies anyway. The arguthe Muso Brothers a famous teenBV
THE C L A S S O F 1 9 1 8
On
today's
program
the
Science
age
band.
ment, of course, could be advanced for all classes;
is presnting a biology
RATING
IRST CLASS
however, with the present building limitations, this Department
The tickets are $.51) each and $.75
eresarch paper entitled, "A Genet!':
appears to be the most sensible solution yet de-Study of Canaries As Observed per couple. They may be purchased
March 27, 1953
No. 21
vised. Whether or not it will deprive SA of its Through Breeding" written by An-by calling BUI Pope at WABY VOL. XXXVII
supposed Senior leaders (last week they numbered na Tenesalaino, a student at thei2-3353i or al the door.
M i ' i n l i w s ,.l U i , , \ i : \ V N ..l.ill i,,;,\
I T ,-. I..-.I I 11. -.1.1 •
College of Saint Hose in Albany.
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7 I n I I |. Ill .,1 •
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nineteen) remains to be seen.
At 2:3(1 p.m. this Saturday after- I ' l
x
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- HtlL'ii; H : . i M i i i . i n " IITIH K . i r\\ .,1,1, I! N.iL'7
This is based upon her experiments
noon, set your dial al 1400 lor "Mu- M n j . i l . i s . s | l • i.'tI"_• . I l i v z i i i - I , 1 . r,-j u s ; - p i . , n
with one canary family.
I'll!'
l l ' I ' U I ' l l l l u . ' l l l ' Ni'\VS|i, ,
I l i r \ . vv 1 ..I'l, S I . i l l
sically Speaking," a hall hour of
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fi'i.l.n
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famous
semi-classical
recordings.
A
This
will
be
followed
by
discus.MMI'
li.\ I I M - M O W S
II,..11,1 1,
College Calendar
Ih.'
S
'ill A
'I
sion on the activities of the 7th An- wait/ program will be presented feanual Eastern Colleges Sclenle Con- lurlng your most memorable tune,. I I A U I I M ' A I ' | : \ < | ;
l O l l l l o r - l l l I 'llli'f
C11 - M i l i u m i I I U
lOilliui
ference by Linda Hopkins and Mi- If .\ou would like to hear any ol II ISIIOMMI IOVK I t\ IoVs /\ i. o\ KwI ,ss i i -1
I IUDAY, MARCH 27
I'n A I I I I I I I M I ••„
lOilil'"
chael LaMarca, Seniors, and Pal-,\our favorite semi-classical record
I U K MO IIKIO/.IN'KKx,
I ,, I ' l l h l l c
lli'llllliUK
lOilllnr
H
a.m.
ECSC Opening Meeting, Page Hall.
ings, drop a note in the .student mull I'1.1/..Ml K i l l I ' l , A 1 1 .
I ., I ' n l i l l r
II,,lull,Mih
IO1III111
3:30 p.m.
Commuters Club Coker, Com- mlna Calabrese '54.
Villi.
I I I . A I "I'M.VN
to
Radio
Council
and
(hey
will
play
H I I I I I ' I N I .III.,1
Robert Montgomery, E n g 11 s h
mons
Sriilur S|i,,rU
Ml'lllllrl
noil's nun Kim
supervisor in Milne, is in charge ol your requests as soon as possible.
7:15 p.m.
Newman Retreat
II u ~l 11 ,'h« , \ (It •' | | In I UK M
lii'l
.IO II I I I .MO X K i l l ' I '
Dance
from
i)
p.m.
to
1
a.m.
to
this program. Mulvoy I;, the diriri'lllllliull
MllllllUi''
7:45 p.m.
Conference Banquet
M \ n \ 101,1.ION
mni.ioii
Ihe
music
of
Charlie
Spevuk
and
his
IOXI'IIIIIIUI,
I ',III,,1
Ml It 1101, W O O D M A N
rector of the station's p ugrain.
8:30 p.m.
Casadesus Performance Page
I'VllI l i n *
I'.llilor
orchestra at the Dance Festival on . H i l l 10 SI | | T 1 0 8
SATURDAY, MARCH ZH
ANHUIIUIII ,111,,,
The present exhibition at the Al- Hal unlay night April 11 at Ihe IICIOMO 1 1 . 1 1 1 ( 1 1 1
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bany Institute of History and Art ' Washington Avenue Armory.
12:15 p.m.
Busses leave for rVCP Outing.
A h M i i ' l i i l ) . IO1I1I111
• AIIIIOKINK
1.1 M M
a one-man show featuring Jerry
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Conference Dance, Brubacher
Tickets are $2, lax Included, and
SUNDAY, MARCH 2»
Costello's collection of cartoons.
are on sale at Ihe Ten Kyek Record
4 p.m.
Chi Big Buffet for faculty.
ill, l l , l I,,'
I l l l'i •,•,,., I 1 , , H i , i ' , I n , , 1 . 1 1 , '
Also on display at the Institute Shop and ilie Van Curler Music Al
2 to 5 p.m.
luil'l
I n ' Kliilli'il
S'mili'h
will
,,' » M i l l , . M I I I
I'l , | l | , ' . . '
SMILES Easter Party, Albany Is Neeuws Pewter. They will be oilStore.
Home.
display until Monday.
"I Don't Care" and "The Raider" ' I I " ' S T A T U I ' u l . U O I i l O M O W s ll* ,11111,'s i n , 1 1 | , , , I I s l h l l l l ,
, . , 1,1111 li-. , , r r u m 1111111 it'll I l u l l
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1
For the month of April, a show- are featured today and tomorrow on l'"i' " I n i « , ' \ | , l ' , ' ^ , ' , |
,1 , , , . , ',.'.,1 r i h r t ' l ' l c ' i 11 „ v l r w
Deadline for Senior measurements ing of modern Chinese paintings and Ihe Madison Theatre's movie play- im u r n ' l i , ' » | i r i ' 8 h | , , i e , |
for caps and gowns, Coop.
the oil paintings of Joseph Rofhman bill. "I Confess" and "My Wife's
THURSDAY, APRIL %
of Albany Is scheduled.
Best Friend" will substitute for these
12 noon
Easter Recess Begins.
"i,ii'jj)_Wi"
Joan Proehlich, a thirteen year starting this Sunday.
State Debaters
W i l l Participate
In NYU Confab
Match Parades
Poll Summarizes
S A Suggestions
PAGE 3
Chairman Names
The entire faculties of the Com- Executive Board
merce Departments at State College
'Continued from Paye 1, Column £> and Milne will attend the Eastern
inee's actual participation In activi- Business Teachers Meeting to beCommittee Heads
ties should be used as a n aid inheld in New York City April 9,
Light Hallways
rfacuttu
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State College has got the answer to TV's "Lights Out." Our
program wasn't rehearsed, we
were sabotaged by a blown
transformer.
The Tau Kappa Alpha forensic
determining the individual's qualifi- through 4. One feature will be the 'Continued from Page 1, Column S)
After getting out of their 3:25
society at NYU will meet in a Recations. Another suggestion of in-televising of a regular session of
classes
a
t
3:40,
Stateites
took
lunch in the College cafeteria, while
gional Speech Conference at New
terest was that of having the j u -the convention.
all in stride as they formed
York U n i v e r s i t y , Washington
diciary elected by a "qualified vote"
A symposium was held in Newthe presenting of papers will be rematch
light
processions
to
Square on March 29, 30, and 31.
(that of major SA and organization York City, March 20 and 21, with sumed at 1:30 p.m. The confsrees
stumble through the lower exThe following State debaters will
representatives from all colleges of will assemble at 3:30 p.m. in Page
office
holders).
panses of the ever-bright and
atend the conference announces
Two were of the opinion that Mys- the University of the State of New for an hour-long Business Meeting,
fair
college
buildings.
Many
new
Mrs. Elnora Carrino, debate coach;
kania should not recommend or York in attendance. The main topic followed by the closing official
friendships were formed in lowRobert Berkhofer, Janet Leonard,
suggest nominees for its successors, of the conference was "State Uni- meeting of the gathering at which
er Draper or while groping
Phyllis Penny, Ruth Dunn and
while several felt that more stress versity of New York: Its Progress time Dr. Maurice L. Tainter and
through Richardson peristyle.
Arthur hagy, Seniors;
JoAnne
should
be placed upon "judicial ac- and Its Prospects." Dr. Shields Mc- will be eatured speakers addressEver rising to the occasion,
Doyle, Richard Shaper, Juniors and
Ilwaine, chairman of the English
tivity."
the Co-op seized the opportunity
Vera Kuharsky '55.
Department was the official dele- ing the delegates on "The Golden
Possibly
as
a
result
of
last
weeks'
to have a sale of flashlights at
gate from State College. Other fac- Age 0 Medicine''.
The conference win include four
39 cents per. However, due to concern over the unanimity of Mys- ulty members attending in a nonrounds of discussion, four rounds ol
The representatives will dine at
kania's vote on keys, a few express- official capacity were, Dr. Townthe spring atmosphere, the sale
debating
on Fair
Employment
ed a desire to have minority opin- send Rich and Dr. Perry Westbrook 6:30 p.m. tomorrow evening a t Trinflopped.
Practices, extemporaneous speaking
ity Methodist Church, Lancaster
ions read or publicized.
The climax came a t supper,
of the English Department, Dr.
and Congressional Sessions. Albany
The major suggestions concerning Robert Frederick and Dr. Morris Street, while the conference program
with the announcement that,
speakers will enter the discussion
relieving Myskania of its non-ju- Eson of the Education Department, will be brought to an official close
because of the shortage of light,
rounds on the topic: "What Can Be all school activities would be
tomorrow night with a dance at Brudiciary duties included: having bal- and Dr. George Murphy and Dr.
Done To Most Effectively Combat suspended for the evening.
lots counted by some other organi- William Spindel of the Chemist'-y bacher Hall, scheduled from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. The Campus Serenaders
The Threat Of Communism?"
zation, possibly Election Commis- Department.
Ilium, we wonder!!
of RPI will furnish music for the
sion; having Rivalry Committee isMore than thirty colleges are exMrs. Elnora Carrino will attend dance. All women students attendsue rivalry warnings; removing jupected to attend the three day event
dicial duties from Student Council the conventions of the Eastern For- ing the dance will have 1:30 ajtn.
which will be the largest in East
(.those of requiring changes in or-ensic Association and the Eastern hours.
Coast forensic circles. Registrants
ganizational constitutions), and eith- Public Speaking Conference at the
to date include: University of New
er eliminating the clause stating its Hotel New Yorker Thursday and
Hampshire, Randolph-Macon, Buckduty to 'organize the freshman Friday, April 9 and 10. The Eastern Exhibit To Feature
nell University, Drew University,
Public Speaking Conference is an
class" or making it more definite.
Emory and Henry College, Loyola,
organiaztion composed of state
Dickinson University, University of
Miscellaneous sugf.estions express- speech associations of the 16 eastern Color Reproductions
Vermont, and the University of
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow- ed a desire to make the judiciary states. Thursday afternoon, Mrs.
A portfolio of fifty, three-color
ship is sponsoring a camp meeting an advisory to the President, rather Carrino will speak on "Expansion
Connecticut.
will be exhibited on
On Saturday, March 28, the Newand supper on Saturday, while New- than to Council, or making it a body of High School Forensics." At thereproductions
the second floor of Draper Hall from
York High School Speech Festival man Club will hold a three day re- responsible for formation of college business meetings of the Forensic Friday, March 27 to Thursday, April
policy with the faculty and admin- Association, she will report the re-3, announces Miss Ruth Hutchins,
sponsored by the National Foren- treat beginning today.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow- istration. Several poll blanks also sults of a survey done by the com- Assistant Professor in the Art Desic League will be held at Newburgh,
for member schools. Debate and In- ship is sponsoring an outing and contained comments to the effect mittee on high forensics in the Ease. partment.
terpretative Reading students from camp supper on Saturday, March 28. that definite procedures for proseState have been invited to judge at Camp Patterson, announces Wil- cuting law-violators and meting out
punishment would be desirous.
liam Whitwer '53, President.
the Festival. The divisions to be
On the outing, the group will disjudged include: debate, extemporaneous speaking, original oratory, cuss the topic: "Why Is Christianity
The Only Way?", and they will also AAUW Presents
humorous and dramatic readings.
hear a talk entitled: "Have You
The judges for debate and extemporaneous speaking will be: Considered Christ?",
Books To SU Library
There will be a truck leaving AlJoyce Leonard, Robert Berkhofei,
The Librarianship Department has
Seniors; Ronald Ferguson, JoAnr.e bany State at 12:15 p. m. All stuDoyle, Edward Lehman, Richard dents are invited to attend, says prepared 25 books, contributed by
the American Association of UniShaper, Juniors; Evelyn Erdle, Whitwer.
George Christy and Paul Kirsch.
Newman Cluu will hold its Annual veristy Women, for placement in
Grads. In the interpretative reading Retreat, beginning this evening at the Student Union library reports
division, judges include: Barbara 7:15 ]). m. with a Conference and Dr. Robert Burgess, chairman of the
Newcombe, Mrs. Lorraine Kirsch, Benediction, according to Patrici i Librarianship Department.
Joan Cunniff, Seniors and Marion Butler '53, President.
This addition includes such books
Gorski, Grad. Mrs. Carrino will acOn Saturday, Mass and Confer- as "The Mudlark" by Theodore
company the group and judge the ence will be held at 8:00 a. m„ andBonnet,
"Leave Her to Heaven" by
finals in each event.
a Conference for men will be held Ben Ames Williams, "The Wall" by
at 1:30 p. m. that afternoon. There John Hersey, and "While Still We
will be a Conference for women at Live" by Helen Maclnnes. These
Six Students Take Exam
3:30 p. m.
books are available to all State ColFor Radio Certification
The Retreat will continue with lege students.
Conference and Benediction at 7:15
Several science students are par- p. m. Saturday evening, and will
ticipating in extra-curricular acti- conclude Sunday morning with a
vities in connection with the Phy- Mass at 9:00 a. m. Communion
sics Department,, reports Arthur breakfast will follow the Mass.
Gerald Drug Co.
Jones, Instructor in Physics. WedMiss Butler also announces that
nesday, March 18, six boys went << Newman Club's next meeting will be 217 Western Ave. Albany, N. Y.
the local Federal Communication.', held on Thursday evening, April 16,
Phone 6-8610
Commission office to take the test following the Spring vacation.
for the novice radio amateur license. Gary LaGrange '53 was granted the novice radio amateur license.
Francis Schalzle '53 and Benjamin Button '54 will attend the International Radio Engineers Conference Wednesday, March 25, in
New York City anounces Jones.
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1983
STATE COUUEOE NEWS, FRIDAY, M A R C H 2 7 , 1 9 3 3
Fro>h Sch«M« History OF College Science Conference
fiiW
Reveals Facts Concerning Foundation
Seniors W i l l Discuss
Graduation Day Plans
In Wednesday Meeting
T h e freshmen a r e holding their
class banquet tomorrow evening. A
*
Senior class m e e t i n g will b e held
#
Wednesday t o discuss p l a n s for
graduation.
G e n e r a l c h a i r m a n of t h e freshm a n banquet, to be held a t 6:30 p.m.
tomorrow n i g h t a t Herbert's, Is E l eanor Goldman, a n n o u n c e s William
Small, President.
T h e banquet
*
speaker will be Dr. P a u l Boomsliter,
*
Professor of English. Faculty guests
will be Robert T h o r s t e n s e n , I n structor in English, a n d Mrs. T h o r stensen.
Marie Devine is c h a i r m a n of t h e
act a s Mistress of Ceremonies. I n cluded o n t h e e n t e r t a i n m e n t p r o e n t e r t a i n m e n t comm.ttee a n d will
gram will be J u d i t h Lutes who will
*
give a monologue entitled, " S u m m e r
Makes Me Cold" or "How to G e t
Through I t " ; a trio consisting of
Robert Minster, Harlow C u s h m a n ,
and William Small.
Other committee c h a i r m e n i n Pictured above a r e members of t h e Executive C oiniriltcc of t h e E.C.S.C. a n d committee c h a i r m e n .
clude J a m e s Wrinn, business; a n d
Left to right, seated, they a r e : Henry Roszewski, Madelyn iVlcier, P a i m i n a Calabrese, R u t h Dunn, Patricia
Marjorie Kelleher, a r r a n g e m e n t s .
Tickets will be on sale until 4:30 Dean, a n d Faith Hanson. S t a n d i n g : Michael Lamar a, 1 inda Hopkins, Herbert Thier, a n d Raymond Gibb.
p.m. Friday a n d a r e $1.25 for fresh- Absent when picture was t a k e n : Elizabeth Piatt, Robert John':, Lynn lewis, Charles Lusk, Eleanor Balskis,
men a n d $2.50 for upperclassmen Elizabeth Coykendall, a n d R a y Call.
and guests.
A Senior class meeting will be
held Wednesday a t 12:30 in D r a p e r
Auditorium to discuss g r a d u a t i o n
plans, a n n o u n c e s Joseph Lombard),
class president.
4-
Milne Students
Tic For Position
Sororities Slate Guests To Hear
Coming Events Director Speak
College Receives
Seventh Confab
Host Privilege
InokiP"' into t h e history of t h e
E a s t e r n Colleges Science Conference, now nolding its seventh a n a n n u a l meeting, this reporter found
t'.:at t h e E.C.S.C. was founded six
years ago when n group of u n d e r graduates, feeling t h e need for n
scientific
organization
on their
level, brought t h e conference into
being. T h e avowed purposes of t h e
conference, then a n d now, a r e t h e
promotion of research a n d t h e
common
exchange
of scientific
ideas nimong interested u n d e r g r a d uate science s t u d e n t s in t h e East.
Having a t t e n d e d t h e past five
conferences,
Stnte
College w a s
privileged to have its bid accepted
to act a s host college to t h e 7th
Annual E.C.S.C. now in progress.
It is t h e hope of t h e Executive
Committee of t h e Conference t h a t
the representatives of science s t u dents from nearly 100 colleges a n d
universities will gain much from
the lectures, field trips, d e m o n s t r a tions, a n d student research p r o jects which will be presented d u r ing their stay here.
last Committee Heads
Dr. Leland J . Haworth, Director
T h e Executive Committee, led by
Chi
S'gma
T
h
e
t
a
and
B
e
t
a
Zeta
I t h a s recently been revealed
have released their plans for a o the Brookhaven National Labor- Herbert Thier '53, Executive C h a i r t h a t five Senior students of t h eweekend buffet supper a n d a n open atory, will be t h e major speaker m a n is "imposed ol Patricia D e a n
when conference delegates g a t h e r '54, Se'Tci.d'y; Lh.da Hopkins '53,
Milne Schol a r e tied for t h e h o n - house.
at t h e banquet tonight a t 7:45 p A r r a n g e m e n t s Vice-Chairman; M i Chi
Sigma
T
h
e
t
a
will
hold
a
facm. in t h e main dining r o o m of chael
SMILES Board will sponsor i t s ors of valedictorian of their class.
Larmarca
'5?, Technical
ulty
buffet
supper
Sunday
afterB r u b a ; h e r Hall. Dr. Haworth, who V i c e - C h a i r m a n ;
annual Easter party for t h e chil- T h e students, David Clarke, Nancy
a n d Elizabeth
noon, from 4 to 7 p.m., a n d at, t h a t is Hying in from Washington to
dren a t t h e Albany Home for ChilPlatl '53, Treasurer. Leading c o m dren Sunday. T h e hours for t h i s Olenhouse, Allison Parker, Anne time will pledge Dr. Larney, I n - attend the conference, will be i n -mittee heads who have made t h e
structor
in
Mathematics.
C
h
a
i
r
m
a
n
troduced
by
J
o
h
n
Lannon
'53.
gathering will be from 2 to 5 p.m. Requa, a n d Shirley Wagoner, have
of the planning committee for t h e President of S t u d e n t Association, a r r a n g e m e n t s for t h e fulfilling of
S t a t e students a r e cordially invitm a i n t a i n e d a mark of A in every afternoon's agenda will be Marion who will Inert as m a s t e r of ceremo- tn? , inference agenda a r c a s foled to a t t e n d a n d participate.
lows: Housing, Madelyn Meier '54;
The agenda for t h e afternoon course they have u n d e r t a k e n since Howard ',:3. Assisting are Sue Hoog- nies, at t h e affair.
Student
Papers, Robert
Johns,
kamp, invitations; Mary Ann J o h n will consist of a four-fold p r o g r a m .
Dr. Haworth will address t h e
poll, refreshments, and Mary Eileen delegates on " T h e Program of t h e Cirad; Exhibits, Raymond Call '54;
Diversified e n t e r t a i n m e n t will be entering t h e ninth grade.
Donne, clean-up, Sophomores.
provided by several S t a t e students.
Brookhaven National Laboratory." Speakers, Lynn Lewis '54; RegisJohn
R. Tibbetts,
Guidance
Beta Zeta Sorority is holding a n The laboratory of which h e is d i - tration, Eleanor Balskis '54; P u b This will include a solo, a m o n o Koszewski '53;
.ogue, a Charleston routine, a v a - Counselor in t h e Milne School, h a s open house for men of Siena Col- lector carries on experimental r e - lications, Henry
riety show, a n d a q u a r t e t t e . F e a - disclosed
this year's
graduating lege tomorrow evening from 8:30 search in atomic science. The work, Publicity, Paimina Calabrese '54;
Committee however, is t h a t of theory a n d Meals, Faith Hanson '54; Social,
tured in t h e latter a r e William class of 65 h a s also produced 14 p.m. to 12 midnight.
chairmen are Nina Bruno '53, r e -does not deal with atomic weapons. Ruth D u n n and Elizabeth CoykenSmall, Robert Minster, a n d H a r s
t
u
d
e
n
t
s
with
averages
of
90
or
low C u s h m a n , freshman, a n d E u freshments;
Marlene Walden '54,
The speaker is a graduate of t h e dall, Seniors; a n d Tours, R a y m o n d
better.
gene Webb, '55.
arrangements;
Marjorie
Liddell,
University of I n d i a n a a n d received Gibb '53.
decorations, and J a n e t t e Palermo,
Ills doctor's degree a t t h e Univerentertainment, Sophomores.
sity of Wisconsin. He is u former
member of t h e faculty of M a s s a Institute of Technology,
Commuter Club Plans chusetts
where he headed t h e division of
Coker Get Together radiation.
His main ureas of study have i n A.ll this talk of w h a t sort of a tiring council.
secondary
emissions ol
Willi a n abstract scientific ••'
A "Get-together Easter Coker" cluded
Myskania to set up led this r e p o r t In 1919. we find Myskania presidsecondniy
electrons, t h e Jouleer to wondering where our judicial ing a t t h e student assembly a n d of- will take place this afternoon in Thomp-on effect a t low t e m p e r a - sign for t h e cover, the program !Millie Eastern States Science ('.. . •
body came from a n d what Its orig- fering its advice a n d assistance to the Commoni in Richardson Hall te r s. neutron
physics,
nuclear
inally established purposes were. A t h e freshman class. It was in this at 3:30 p.m. under the sponsorship ixcitations and general nuclear d e - Iciviiee will include a variety ol
lltle browsing through old NEWS year also t h a t the method of elec- of Commuters Club, announces Joy sign, and high energy accelerator items wiui h will aid the delegates
intending t h e conference in .scheHies reveals t h a t on April 18, 1917, tion to t h e body was altered. The Longo '54, President of t h e organi- design.
duling their programs of activity.
Dr. Brubacher, t h e n President of t h e faculty were to appoint only four zation. Entertainment a n d refreshT h e program includes a welcome
College, announced, after several liow, while the outgoing Council was ments will be featured n t h e pronote from Dr. Evan R. Collins,
months work by a faculty c o m m i t - 10 add four to six, and, for t h e first gram,
President of t h e college, a n d i n tee, t h e a p p o i n t m e n t of t h e first time t h e student body was to elect
All commuters are cordially introductory
remarks by Herbert
Juniors
Stage
f'ct'dent CouncLl a t S t a t e College, vwo.
vited lo attend a n d bring their
Thier '53, Churltnnn of t h e Conwhich, according to Dr. Brubacher
In 1920 we find plans afoot for friends, states Miss Longo. Events
ference, in addition to a n i n t r o US
Coronation
was in t h e future to take charge of "extensive changes" for t h e reorga- also include dancing and a get toductory message from Dr Luther
undergraduate life, Including .stu- nization of Myskania. By this plan :.cllier. Members will provide t h e
('. Andrews, Professor of Physics.
There is nothing like a prom!
dent journalism, athletics, social af- faculty would have no voice m refreshments and e n t e r t a i n m e n t .
Nothing in t h e world, except a
Co-chairmen for this party a r e
Manx' Stale .students have confairs, college traditions, a n d s t u d e n t t . h 0 o s l n g t h e body. The president ol
prom (Jueen, t h a t is.
tributed to tlic coordination of t h e
honors a n d preferences. T h e first ( n o S e n l o l . ,. l l i s s ; B d i l ( ) r s o f N K W > S , Carole Sanders and Virginia S c h a e I,ast Saturday evening, IJev
p r o ' r e m . Doris o l e e h n a T>(i, who
Coun 11 was composed entirely of pedagogue, and Quarterly, President I'er, freshmen.
I'ranilis, 7i3 beauty, presented
designed t h e cover for t h e menu
Seniors and h a d two purposes: to o f a i r l s . A U , i e U ( , Association, a n d
her crown to Ann Caparls, pride
for tile Unnquet, also contributed
give honor for leadership, a n d t o c u p l a l n o f t n e basketball team wen- Delegates Will Dance
ol Til, wild will In1 its possessor
the artistic design for t h e procenter t h e responsibility for t h e t 0 bL, members ex-offlclo. Two memIcr a lull year.
gram cover. Ronald Rosier ',r),r>
..pirlt a n d t h e ideals of t h e s t u d e n t b e r 8 w e r e l 0 b o e l e c t e i l Uy t h e SophTomorrow In Brubacher
drew I he map of State College und
Tlir white carpel signed in
body. T h e eleven chosen on this day o m o r e u n d J l m U j | . Masses, , m ( 1 l n m ,
ol t h e downtown area of Albany
Tomorrow evening from !> p.m. to
answer to Ann's light slop as,
proceeded to t h e platform a s their to five by t h e outgoing Myskania,
y
h i d ; a r c included in t h e booklet
1 a.m., conference delegates will be
she approached (he purple o r n a m e s were read, took a seat there, for a total of 11 or 13.
to guide delegates in locating their
feted
with
a
dance
in
t
h
e
main
namented
throne,
where
her
and were applauded by t h e s t u d e n t
It was in 1021 that Mysktui'a flru
' a'ious meel In 's and activities.
predecessor
and attendants:
body, according to our predecessors took charge ol .Student A s s o l a t l o n dlnin ; room of Hrubachcr Hall. MuHetty Hose, Mary Murray, Kay
In Journalism. T h e r e they have sat, elections and ballot counting. N<> si.' for the occasion will be furnishAccording to Henry Koszewski
OI>cr-t, Madeline Paine, (Jail
Dvidently, until t h e present day.
mention Is made of t h e body In t h e ed b\ the Campus Sercnuders, stu'53, C h a i r m a n ol t h e Publications
dent
dance
band
from
Rensselaer
Travis,
a
n
d
J
a
m
'
Ide
wailed.
" ' niiiuilce, ih • pro rrani will InThe following Friday, Dean Pierce, f'rsleonstlfuUon of .Student Associ- Polv technic Institute.
Tlie coronation was applaudclude a si hedule ol all I he events
t h e n Dean of Women, reported to ation was drafted In 11)22
Luth Dunn ami Hetty Coykendall,
ed hy some HH couples, the largT h r o u g h t h e years, Myskunla's
ol t h e conference a n d ,i list ol
the student body t h a t t h e n a m e of
Hie Una's and places lor the d i s the new Senior Student Council h a d functions have gradually t e e n a l - Hetili is and Co-Chairmen of t h e est Junior I'roiti a t t e n d a n c e in
lour years. Humor lias it t h a t
eu.ssum ol stud 'in research papers.
been chosen a n d was "Myskania." tered a n d Included In t h e CA con- Social Committee which lias a r I'higlisli spies were among t h e
A biouriiphy of the three inaiii
In tills year, Myskania was referred stitution until we find it In its pres- ranged lor the entertainment ol
that,
crowd looking for ideas for their
• i'e ikcrs is also u pai t MI I he p r u to as "the honorary s t u d e n t council" ent situation today. T h e n a m e My- di legates, have announced
vv I'll the conllrinalion of the Office
" i i r i i : movcover, a complete list
own spectacle. We'll hazard a
and was to consist of not more t h a n skanla what does it m e a n ' A" Dean
ol the Ueiin ol Women, all women
"I committee chairman, student
lift they won't have so pretty
twelve nor less t h a n ten members, Pierce said way back In UH7•thai
workers, a n d laculty advisors h a s
a (liiecii.
live of whom were to be chosen by sh ill remain forever a genre) to all illtendlll(j the dance will be given
1 3(1 u .in hours.
been placed in the booklet.
the faculty a n d t h e rest by t h e r e - save those who are members."
SMILES Plans
Easter Program
Tattered 'News Files Reveal
Myskania Of Ancient History
Students Design
Program Cover
PAOI 8
Faculty Committees A i d ECSC Receives Delegates Will Present
In Planning ECSC Events Newspaper, TV, S c j e n c e p r o j c c t p
Radio Coverage
Dr. Lemon Acts
As Coordinator
For Instructors
^
8cU*d»lu Several Students
To Read Entries
In Open Meeting
fn solving t h e problems associated
with bring ng to a successful concli sion a conference t h e size of t h e
L.^.S.C, t'. e Exe rutive Committee
and comm^cec chairmen hrtve l.een
operation, : n d advice of t h e College
r.i.ied grea.ly t y the assistance, r o fa ctltv. Dr. Paul C. Lemon, Assistant Professor of Eiology h a s acted
.n t h e capacity of Faculty C h a i r m a n in coordinating t h e a avities
of faculty a n d students in a d d e p a r t m e n t s of t h e conference.
S nee t h e Science Conference of- {}
lm*a**.nA
fers such a n opportunity for public\*QHym1BMC&
ity of t h e College, the planning committees of the Conference have used THURSDAY
as m a n y sources of local a n d n a - 7:30 p.m. Registration, Wellington
t.onal coverages a s possible. P u b Hotel.
licity h a s been arranged through 8:30 p.m Disney Films, Page.
the media of radio, television, a n d FRIDAY
newspapers.
Registration, Draper.
!) a.m.
F r a n c e s Allen '54, h a s been in 11 a.m.
Opening
Meeting, D r .
charge of scheduling a n n o u n c e Schafer, speaker, Page.
ments through local radio stations. 12:30 p.m. Lunch,
Pierce,
Sayles
In addition to spot announcements
Hall dining rooms.
on news programs, t h e conference l.p.m.
Tours.
!s being represented on seven dif- 4 p.m.
T e a for faculty, Bruferent programs.
bacher.
Today a t 11:30 a. m., two out-of- 7:45 p.m. Banquet, D r . H a w o r t h ,
tc.vn delegates will be interviewed
speaker, Brubacher Hall.
by Joyce Donovan over WTR.Y. At SATURDAY
1:3" p . m . this afternoon Alice M a - 9 a.m.
Presentation of papers,
fholan a n d William Floyd will a p Draper, Dusted Halls.
p t a r In behalf of t h e conference on 1:30 p.m. Papers, Draper, Husted
th.r Betty Parry Show over W X K W .
Halls.
Tomorrow's coverage includes t h e 12:30 p.m. Lunch, Cafeteria.
interview of two out-of-town dele- 3:3J p.m. Business Meeting, Page
gates on WTRY a t 3:30 a . m . , the
Hall.
appearance of another out-of-town 4:30p.m. Major A d d r e s s , D r .
representative a n d one delegate
Tainter.
from Albany a t 3:45 p . m . over 6:30 p.m. Dinner, Trinity M e t h o WOKO, and a discussion by two
dist Church.
other representatives from outside 9 p.m.
Dance, Brubacher Dinthis area a t 4:15 p . m . over WPTR.
ing Room.
The conference has taken over t h e
Slate
College T . V. Show from 11
T h e r e will be 62 collegiate scientific research papers presented t o morrow morning a n d afternoon In
Husted Hall a n d t h e lower floor of
Draper, according t o Robert J o h n s ,
Grad, a n d William Wall of t h e Science D e p a r t m e n t , under whose d i rection t h e program h a s been p r e pared. Hearing of t h e papers will
be open t o S t a t e s t u d e n t s after all
of t h e delegates electing t o h e a r
the paper in question have been
seated.
Eleanor Balskis '54, C h a i r m a n of
Each presentation will consume
Registration was aided by Mrs. Eltwenty minutes, while a ten m i n u t e
I)r. PAUL LEMON
nora Carrino, instructor in L'peerh,
discussion allotted a t t h e e n d of
in a r r a n g i n g t h e plan for see.ng
each paper. T h e papers a r e divided
t h a t t h e uelegates upon arriving in
into four m a i n categories: physics,
Albany a r e cificinlly registered. Dr.
phychology, chemistry, a n d biology,
Morris E. Eson, Assistant Professor
,
.
I
.
with many sub-headings under b i of Education cooperated with MadA / n m r
/nWllCrr/PC
ology. T h e committee emphasizes
elyn Meier '53 and h e r Housing
Price Will Distribute
t h a t t h e papers a r e n o t all of such
I I / U U O I M C O t0 11:30 a m t o d a y over W R G B .
Committee in providing for t h e res- / v i u / w i
a n a t u r e a s to be unintelligible to
Supplements
In
Union
At this
time
Anna
Teresa
Laino
This afternoon, following lunch in f:om
ervation of hotel space.
St. Rose College will present
the non-specialized listener.
the dining rooms of Pierce a n d her paper on "Breeding a n d I n - All students who have n o t r e To Malcom Corbie, head chef a t Sayles Halls, delegates
to t h e breeding in a Canary Family." Miss ceived their supplements t o last
In preparing their papers, t h e
E r u b a c h e r Hall, goes t h e Commitscience students have used original
tee's t h a n k s for having taken care E.C.S.C. will be guided on tours of Laino will use actual birds a n d year's Pedagogue may do so byresearch, laboratory experiment, l i of t h e planning and preparation of Albany's leading industries. Ac- charts for demonstration purposes, following t h e ensuing procedure, brary facilities, a n d t h e repetition
ilie menu for t h e banquet tonight. cording to Ray Gibb. C h a i r m a n in Michael Lamarca a n d Linda H o p - announces Veronica Price '53, EditAlso cooperating with Meals Chair- charge of tours, buses will leave a t ions, Sw.iors, a n d P a i m i n a Cala- or of t h e 1953 Pedagogue. Miss of published work.
man F a i t h Hanson '54 in scheduling 1 ]). m. Irani D r a p e r Hall a n d r e - bre-e '54, committee heads, will also Price will be in Activity Room 5
J e a n n e Neri, delegate from M a n be present to discuss t h e confer- In the Student Union evenings a n d
was Mrs. J o a n H. Baden, Instructor turn at 5 p. m.
hattanville College, will present h e r
ence
briefly.
I
n
t
h
e
way
of
newsstudents
may
call
there
for
their
in English.
paper coverage, all t h e local papers supplements or, if th s is inconven- paper on " T h e Coagulation of t h e
Delegates will have their choice
and t h e Un ted Press are covering ient, they should contact Miss Price Blood." According to a n abstract of
C h a p e r o n i n g t h e dance tomorrow of touring the following places:
her paper, " I n recent years with
the conference.
through Student Mail.
night will be Dr. and Mrs. Lemon.
the increased clinical use of a n t i Coach Merlin W. H a t h a w a y . I n Dye
Works.
11 General Annlinc
coagulants in t h e t r e a t m e n t of disstructor in Physical Education ai 'I
orders due to embolism a n d t h r o m 21 General Electric iKnoles LabMrs. H a t h a w a y , a n d A r t h u r P
bosis, t h e spotlight h a s been focusJones, Instructor in Physics a n d oratory
ed on old a n n new theories of clotMrs. Jones.
ting." Miss Neri's paper will t h e r e 3 i Sterling - W i n t h r o p
Research
Approximntely 300 collegiate scientists a n d their faculty representa- fore deal with t h e various theories
T h e Executive Committee also Institute.
lives will be in a t t e n d a n c e a t t h e three-day Science Conference. T h o of coagulation a n d with techniques
wishes to express their t h a n k s to
41 Bender Hygenic Laboratory.
official roster will include some 250, but, since some schools send more t h a n used for determining clotting a n d
the following faculty who have acthe allotted two students a n d one faculty member, the list of delegates prothrombin times. T h e advantages
tively aided t h e .student committees
51 New Yon; S t a l e Museum.
will be increased. A listing of t h e 86 colleges, by state, which will be rep- o f standardized testing will also be
in m a k i n g a r r a n g e m e n t s for t h e
resented a t t h e conference appears below:
depicted with relation to t h e effect
conference programs. Dr. Luther
(ii Me. York S t a t e Health L a b - Connecticut
upon society of early diagnosis a n d
(.'. Andrews, Professor of Physics; irato.'ict r e a t m e n t of conditions causing
Danbury St. Tchrs, Coll., Danbury College of St. Rose, Albany
Dr. Allan H. Benton, I n s t r u c t o r in
Cornell University, I t h a c a
abnormally early debilitating illDue to the Inr'e n u m b e r of r e p - Aibertus Mafnus, New Haven
Eiology; Dr. Margaret H. Bctz, Asness a n d sudden death.
D'Youville
College,
Buffalo
n
ienlativcs
attending
t
h
e
conferWesleyan
Univ.,
Middletown
sistant Professor of Science; Dr.
Hamilton College, Clinton
Fran es L. Colby, Instructor in Eng- ence and. groups too unwieldy for Hillycr College, Hartford
A report from Fred Schuster, d e Hnrpur College, Endicott
li lv Dr. Howard H. Flierl, Assist- lour purposes which would have r e - Yale University, New Haven
legate
from Brooklyn College, will
Hobnrt
College,
Geneva
ant Professor of Social Studies; • ulted, tlie lours will be limited to Delaware
review available information on
Hofstra College, Hempstead
Florence V. Grubb, Secretary. Mrs. the olficial delegates, lo t h e exclu- University of Delaware, Newark
Leukemia a n d its effects upon t h e
Hunter College, N.Y.C.
Merlin W. Hathaway. Social Direct- sion of Hi,He s t u d e n t s . T h e Execu- District of Columbia
blood system. Also considered in
Keuka College, Keuka
or of Brubacher Hall: Ruth E. tive Committee s t a t e s t h a t t h e area National Science Foundation
this paper will be t h e noticeable
Mt.
St.
Vincent's
College,
N.Y.C.
industries
and
institutes
have
been
Hutchins, Assistant Professor of
signs of t h e disease a n d other facTrinity College
M
a
n
h
a
t
t
a
n
College,
N.Y.C.
most
helpful
in
opening
their
e
s
Art; Dr. Oscar E. Lnnford. Dean of
tors influencing identification which
Maryland
N. Y. S. C. T„ Albany
I he College: Dr. Caroline A. Lester, taolishiiicnts to t h e delegates and United States Naval Academy,
can best be uncovered by clinical
N.
Y.
S.
School
of
Forestry,
Syracuse
Assistant Professor of M a t h e m a t i c s ; in arrang ng and scheduling tours.
diagnosis.
Annapolis
New Paltz S t a t e Tchrs., New Paltz
Richard M. Montgomery, Supervisor thus contributing to t h e educational Goucher College, Baltimore
Oneonta State College, O n e o n t a
of English, t h e Milne School: Dr. experience of t h e delegates while Morgan S t a t e College, Baltimore
A third paper, this one under t h e
r
R. P. I., Troy
arlcton A. Moose, Professor of I hey are in Albany.
category of physics, will discuss
ckldmore
College,
Saratoga
Springs'
Massachusetts
?"ience, t h e Milne School- Dr. Anne
"The Construction of a Six I n c h
r
Siena College, Loudonville
American International College,
'Ivcr, Assistant Professor of
Rel'lectin; Telescope." T h e major
St.
John's
University,
Brooklyn
Springfield
Phvslcs; Marvin J . Pryor. Instructor
portion of this presentat'on will be
Union College, Schenectady
Ftis.on College. Chestnut Hill
n Phvslcs; Dr. Elli Shonby, Clifton
devo:ed to t h e testing of optical
U. S. M. A., West Point
13: ston Univers ty, Boston
C. T h o m e a n d William J. Wall, of
.surfaces a n d t h e interference test
Univ. of Rochester, Rochester
Erandeis University, W a l t h a m
the LVienee Department.
upon lint surfaces. A portion of t h e
Vassar College, Poughkcepsie
( l a r k University, Worcester
paper will consider t h e problems i n North Carolina
Harvard
University,
Cambridge
volved in grinding and polishing a
One nl Ihe features of t h e SciAtlantic Christian College, Wilson telescope mirror a n d a description
Tainter Will Deliver
ence Conference [his weekend will Regi- Colli'",e, Weston
Ohio
of t h e equipment necessary.
be exhibits sponsored by various Simmons College, Boston
Muskingum College, New Concord.
ci rp, lalions ot Ihe Albany area. New Hampshire
Paramount Address
Western College lor Women, Oxford
A fourth a n d r a t h e r unusual u n The displays, which will highlight Dartmouth College, Hanover
Pennsylvania
New England College, Hennlker
cle, taking was t h a t considered by
.
c.entil'ic
insl
rumetit
.
a
n
d
experiThe Major Address of ' h e Science .•
i , anklyn & Marshall, Lancaster
Mew Jersey
Norma E. Nicholson of New Jersey
Conference, scheduled for lonior- iments, will be set u p in Page Hall Bloonil'ield College Si Seminary,
Lebanon Valley College, Anncville
College for Women. Miss Nicholrow nl 4:30 p. in. in Page Audi- t in today an.I tomorrow.
Ml. Mercy College, Pittsburgh
Bloom field
son will present a paper on " T h e
torium, will be given by Dr. Maurice
Moravia College for Men, Bethlehem Role of the Upper and Lower Halves
Caldwell College for Women,
L. T a i n t e r , Vice-President of t h e '1 h.' follow nig corporations have
Beaver College, Jenkintown
Caldwell
of ihe lace a s a Basis for Rating
: u,i a display on some phase of
Stfi'ling-Winthrop Drug Coinpan.v,
Grorg an Court College, Lakewood Penn. College for Women,
Pleasantness — Unpleasantness a n d
and D rector of ihe Sterling-Win- •!s: iit'll' 11 • or technical development N. ,1. S t a l e Teachers College,
Pittsburgh
Attention—Rejection." T h e purpose
thrcp Research Institute. Dr. ' r a i n kcepin • with t h e eonlerenco:
Penn. State College, S t a t e College of t h e experiments conducted by
Montclnir
ter, who will speak lo Ihe delegates W 11 Corporation. Ms.'her Hcientilic
Phil. College of Pharmacy, Phila.
Newark Coll. of Engineering,
Miss Nicholson among 63 of h e r
on t h e topic " T h e Golden Age ol Con,pan.,, Dll Pont a n d Deneinoiir
Swathinore College, S w a t h m o r e
Newark
fellow students was to test Harold
(' ly. ration. S t e r l i n g - W i n l h r o p I n Medicine," will be introduced by i:i i,e, Behr-Miinning
Temple Univ., Philadelphia
Scholosberg's
hypothesis,
arising
Company, N. J. Coll. for Women, New
Michael Lamnrca '53. Technical
Ursinus College, Collegeville
from his two-dimensional theory,
Brunswick
and
Ihivek's
Mills
C
o
m
p
a
n
y
.
Viee-Chuirnian of Ihe Conference.
that t h e lower half of the face is
Rutgers University, New Brunswick Waynesbur, College, Waynesburg
more i m p o r t a n t in separating pleas•cordin,: in Raymond Call '54, St. Elizabeth College, Convent
Westchester State Tchrs. Coll.,
A • r a d u a t e of Stanford UniverWestchester
ant from unpleasant expressions,
Station
sity, Dr. T a n n e r taught from 1921 ( h.iinian nl Kxhibils, ihe Capitol
Wilkes College, Wilkesbarre
and t h a t t h e upper half Is more
lo 1943 al thai university, and l hen Arc School Development Associa- St. Peter's College, Jersey City
Important in distinguishing a t t e n became a Professor ol Applied Phy- ; :.ui and l he SI lie College Science Melon Hall College, South Orange Wilson College, Chambersburg
Rhode Island
tion from rejection expressions. T h e
siology al Albany Medical College. 1 )e; ailin. nl will also contribute to Upsala College, West Orange
Providence College, Providence
results of this student's experiAl pre cnl he Is a member of t h e ihe cxh billon. Call also announces New York
Vermont
ments proved to h e r satisfaction
Hoard ol Trustees ol Albany Col- that students ol Ihe college a r e wel- Adelphl College, Garden City
Norwich University, Northfield
that t h e half of t h e face which is
lonie lo inspect i h e displays any Hard College, Annandale
lege nl Ph,inline) .
St. Michael's College, Winooskl
a good basis for t h e judgments of
t me lo.lav or tomorrow. Due to the Barnard College, N.Y.C
Park
an emotion, regardless of whether
The areas in which Dr. T a i n l e r presence ol the various exhibits In Brockport Tchrs. Coll., Brockporl
Virginia
It Is t h e upper or lower half, is also
has done his major work include i he ymnasiuiii, n will n o t be avail- Brooklyn College, Brooklyn
Roanoke College, Salem
a good basis for rating both pleassv mpiiihoniinii'lic amines, dinilro- able lor use loda.v a n d probably not Canl-tts College, Buffalo
William & Mary College,
ant a n d unpleasant, a n d a t t e n t i o n
phenal denlrificc.s, and local a n - uniil Monday when i h e materials Champlain College, Plattsburg
will have been removed.
Williamsburg
and rejection.
aesthesia.
Colgate College, Hamilton
Delegates Tour
Who's Attending,
Displays Depict
Scientific Tools
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PAOI e
Varsity Hopefuls
Workout For
State Mat Men Complete Season
With A n Impressive 6-1 Record coming season
Mat Men Paced
By Wolfe With
26 Markers
Seem' WOU MeJuzn
By ABEL BLATTMAN
LOFBP's Take
IM Hoop Crown
Shumanski Cops
I M Tournament
IM Volleyball
Play Postponed
Softball Captains
To Make Rules
Varsity Schedule
For 53 Season
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Ai A&Q'i 9t
T h e ground h o g h a s h i s d a y . He
crawls out. of h i s hole a n d looks
As t h e baseball fever m o u n t e d o n around. If h e sees a shadow, h e
t h e n a t i o n a l scale, S t a t e College's ducks back in. T h i s generally takes
a s p i r a n t s unpacked their gloves l a s t place early i n F e b r u a r y .
Early i n April a n o t h e r type of
Monday a n d began t o loosen u p
their a r m s for t h e coming c a m - animal undergoes a s o m e w h a t simpaign. T h i s year's varsity n i n e u n - ilar reaction. T h i s animal, someBy DOTTIE MEHAN
der Coach J o e G a r c i a will h a v e u n - times called a sports columnist,
called
other
names,
til April 24 to round t h e m s e l v e s sometimes
crawls o u t on a limb. H e generally
into
shape
for
t
h
e
opener
a
g
a
i
n
s
t
On t h e Sports Editor's desk every
Last F r i d a y night on t h e Page
violates all biological laws of self
Wednesday n i g h t c a n be found a Hall hardwoods t h e L O F B P edged Willimantic College.
Coach G a r c i a will have t o find preservation, a n d keeps crawling
out
t
h
e
G
r
a
d
s
,
61-53,
for
t
h
e
I
n
till he reaches t h e point of no r e T h e S t a t e muscle finished u p a list of WAA doings t h a t WAA feels
t r a m u r a l basketball championship suitable replacements for K e n R u t - t u r n . Here we go. . . .
very successful season by h a n d i n g should appear i n this column.
ley
a
n
d
Larry
Daly,
who
g
r
a
d
u
a
t
e
d
of t h e 1952-53 season. This conThis year in t h e major leagues,
Middletown a 15 to 10 defeat. T h i s Sometimes we chose to use some of
test m e t all t h e expectations which last year. Rutley was a first b a s e - t h e teams will finish in t h e followvictory w a s t h e same as t h e boys this material a n d sometimes n o t .
m
a
n
a
n
d
Daly,
a
southpay
h
u
r
l
e
r
.
the final game should meet, a s t h e
ing order:
from Middletown h a n d e d S t a t e .
floor Nucleus of Veterans R e t u r n i n g
Tonight, the list of activities c a r - two t e a m s exhibited fine
American
National
T h e loss of only two m e n m e a n s
T h e Middletown win gave t h e ried t h e note "Let!s use i t " in ref- games, fair shooting, a n d tight d e 1. Chicago
1. Brooklyn
t
h
a
t
a
nucleus
of
s
e
a
s
o
n
e
d
fenses.
R
a
l
p
h
Sausville
a
n
d
Dwyer
grapplers a n impressive 6 wins a n d
2. G i a n t s
should
make
G a r c i a ' s 2. New York
of t h e losing Grads hung up scor- veterans
1 lo^s. T h e o n e loss w a s a t t h e h a n d s erence to t h e WAA news.
3. Cleveland
3. Philadelphia
task
a
n
easier
one.
Herb
Egert,
R
e
d
ing honors for t h e game as they
of M ddletown. T h e S t a t e victims
4. S t . Louis
Somehow we object t o being told
McCormick, J o h n Zidik, J o h n M c - 4. Boston
each hooped 19 counters.
were Schenectady, Troy, a n d D a r 5. Milwaukee
w h a t to "use" in a column t h a t Is
c o r m i c k , a n d De Combs, l a s t y e a r ' s 5. W a s h i n g t o n
row. T h e grapplers defeated each
6. Chicago
reputedly t h e op'nion a n d observ- Brown Paces Legion
h u r l e r s will have Bob D r e h e r back 6. Philadelphia
one of these t e a m s twice. T h e g r a p 7. C i n c i n n a t i
ation of one person. T h e column is
However, t h e all-round balance as a b a t t e r y - m a t e . Around t h e i n - 7. Detroit
plers amassed a total of 120 p o i n t s
8. P i t t s b u r g h
N O T a space for t h e promotion and d e p t h of t h e LOFBP (Legion field, m e n who played a lot of .ball 8. S t . Louis
in seven meets. R a y Wolfe w a s
. . . W a t c h o u t for fallen timber.
a n d advertisement of WAA activi- of Forgotten Ball Players) proved last year are F r a n Rodgers, Al C a n high m a n for t h e season w i t h 26
ties. I t is NOT a WAA column.
to be t h e deciding factor. T h e L e - non, Bob Sage, a n d J o e Stella. C a n - And if t h a t ' s n o t e n o u g h : S t a n M u points. Second place honors went to
non, tabbed Boom-Boom, w a s l a s t sial will take t h e National League
Lee Negus with 24 points. Wolfe,
It is true t h a t in t h e p a s t there gion's s t a r t i n g five all h i t double
T h e o u t e r batting honors, Robinson will be
Negus, Prindle, a n d Billings h a d h a s appeared on t h e Sports page of digits, paced by Bob Brown's 14. year's leading hitter.
second; H a n k S a u e r will be h o m e perfect seasons. Lee Negus h a d t h e the News a column written by a T h e consistent scoring a n d fine d e - g a r d e n s will find veterans, D oL n run c h a m p . I n t h e J u n i o r circuit,
Leln,
J
i
m
Bennett,
Arnie
Sir..
h,
fensive
play
of
backcourt
m
e
n
best of t h e perfect seasons by win- WAA council member for t h e p u r M ckey M a n t l e will win triple
a n d Bob DeMichiell r e t u r n i n g .
ning seven i n a row.
pose of propagandizing WAA. WeHausner a n d Fernandez, coupled
crown! Roberts will r e m a i n top m a with t h e height a n d hustle of S t a n
At this early date, it is h a r d t o Jom league pitcher, a n d Blackwell
can
n
o
t
seo,
however,
how
WAA
h
a
s
At a team meeting last week, Lee
G
u
t
e
n
a
n
d
Doc
Miller,
proved
to
tell
who
among
t
h
e
newcomers
will
will stage a brilliant comeback.
Negus was elected c a p t a i n for t h e a just reason to complain because be more t h a n t h e u n d e r m a n n e d
offer competition to t h e v e t e r a n s ,
year. Lee t u r n e d in a fine season a precedent h a s been broken. T h e r e G r a d s could handle.
( Any a r g u m e n t s c a n be addressbut
no
position
can
be
labeled
a
s
this year, a n d J o e G a r c i a is ex- is no other council or organization
ed to t h e editor w h e n t h e forthfilled yet.
pecting a g r e a t year for Lee n e x t t h a t employs one of its m e m b e r s t o
coming baseball seasor
ovt.,
T h e losers played a hustling
Last year's squad posted a m e d i - somewhere in Korea.)
season. Also a t t h e meeting, R a y popularize its activities i n t h e brand of ball a n d kept t h e game
News.
Therefore
why
should
one
be
Wolfe was elected most ''Valuable
close up until t h e last three m i n - ocre 5-6, won-lost record. S t a t e on
T h e passing of compulsory i n Wrestler" for t h e season. R a y also excepted? Does WAA feel above o b - utes, when Lou Ciulla fouled o u t the s t r e n g t h of more a l l - r o u n d
turned i n some very good wrestling jective criticism?
and limited t h e G r a d s to a four- know-how should up t h e p e r c e n t a g e surance h a s given added impetus to
to a more respectable m a r k this t h e feasibility of bootball. T h e next
for State this season.
As a n organization on campus, m a n squad. Despite t h e scoring a n d season.
very i m p o r t a n t step is a positive i n G r a d u a t i o n will n o t affect t h e WAA is justly worthy of m u c h ball-hawking of Dwyer a n d S a u s dication by S t u d e n t
Association
club this year. All t h e m e m b e r s a r e praise.. I t gives women a c h a n c e to ville, t h e Legion took complete cont h a t they still w a n t football added
trol
a
n
d
won
going
away.
freshmen, Sophomores, a n d J u n i o r s . participate in a n activity n o t covto t h e S t a t e College athletic p r o Only two of t h e m a t m e n a r e J u n - ered broadly in t h e curriculum. I t
gram. If this indication is quick in
iors. W i t h some new blood from is a great advancer of public rela- Box Score
materia izing, we feel t h a t t h e final
FG FP T P
next year's frosh class, a n d t h e tions in t h a t it shows itself well in L O F B P
steps will be taken very soon.
6
2 14
strong, experienced club from t h i s playdays with other schools. I t Brown
3
6 12
year, t h e wrestling club should have sponsors community projects like H a u s n e r
Last Tuesday a t t h e Rice Bowl4
2 10
a fine season next year.
the recent High School playday. G u t c n
4
5 13 ing Alleys, T o m S h u m a n s k i w o n t h e
Vital Statistics
WAA is a n o u t s t a n d i n g organiza- F e r n a n d e z
4
4 12 TM H a n d i c a p Singles Bowling T o u r Name
P t s . tion, but we c a n n o t bring our- Millar
0
0
0 n a m e n t with a gross t h r e e g a m e
Wolfe
26 selves to agree with some of its W a n d e r
Rutley
0
0
0 score of 583, followed closely by
Negus
24 a t t i t u d e s .
Adamson
0
0
0 Don Bliss's 580 triple. O t h e r t o u r Feurback
18
Men's I n t r a m u r a l Volleyball h a s
Cannon
0
0
0 n a m e n t leaders were J a c k Wilson
Prindle
16
with 579, K e n Rutley with 574, a n d been in progress since M a r c h 16,
Pagan
11
Totals
21 19 61 Bob J o h n s o n with 549 for t h r e e with nineteen g a m e s of t h e schedule
Hochmuth
8
being completed t h u s far. Games
GRADS
F G F P T P game scores.
Billings
8
S h u m a n s k i , who led t h e T h u r l o w are being played Monday a n d WedWakin
0
0
0
Dreher
6
Ciulla
2
0
4 Hall bowling team into t h e finals nesday evening's a n d S a t u r d a y aftBrewster
3
against t h e champion S L S t e a m ernoons in Page Hall G y m .
Sausville
8
3
19
Griffen
0
For all those interested in I n t r a during t h e regular season, h a d a
Thomson
5
1
11
Barbash
0 m u r a l Softball, it will commence
T h e games scheduled for WedDwyer
88
3 19 565 scratch triple featured by a 238 nesday even n g of this week were
Theohary
0
immediately after t h e s t u d e n t s r e single game. Other high
single
Shuman
0
postponed because of WAA playt u r n from Spring vacation. T h e
Totals
23
7 53 g a m e s roiled in t h e t o u r n a m e n t offs a n d S a t u r d a y ' s games have
were Ken Rutley's 209, J a c k W i l s g n - u p sheet for t e a m s is posted
son's 201, a n d Bob S i n k e l d a m ' s 199. been postponed d u e to t h e Science
on t h e M.A.A. Bulletin Board. J o h n
S h u m a n s k i ' s 238 single w a s t h e Conference.
Allasio will be league m a n a g e r .
highest rolled in I n t r a m u r a l play
Games Scheduled Monday
this year.
A meeting for team c a p t a i n s will
Next week t h e following games
Doubles T o u r n a m e n t Scheduled
be held next Tuesday noon in Room
have been scheduled: Monday, t h e
101 in Draper Hall. If there is a n y
Next Tuesday a t 4 p . m. i n Rice Lions will play S L S , P o t t e r will
change, it will be posted on t h e bulAlleys, the IM Doubles Bowling meet Sayles a n d t h e Raiders will
April 24 Willimantic
Home
letin board. T h e purpose of t h e
T o u m a m p n t will be rolled. A Mixed be pitted against APA. Wednesday,
April
28
Utica
College
Away
meeting will be to discuss division
Doubles T o u r n a m e n t is also being the Finks a n d Rousers, Thurlow a n d
May 1 P i t t s b u r g h S. Home
of leagues, officials, ground rules,
scheduled for the near future.
SLS, a n d t h e Raiders a n d G r a d s
May 2 Oneonta State
Home
and playoffs.
R a l p h Moot, m a n a g e r of t h e I M will meet.
' P o r t r a i t At I t s F i n e s t "
May 6 New Paltz S.
Home
Bowling League reports t h a t J o e
All teams have played a t least
May 9 Utica College
Home
J o h n Allasio announces t h a t only
D u r a n of t h e Van Der Zee t e a m
cue game with t h e exception of t h e
May 12 Hartwick Col. Away
15 men on each roster will be a l won t h e trophy for high a v e r a g e
Lions. T h e team s t a n d i n g s a r e a s
May 15 P i t t s b u r g h S. Away
lowed.
d u r i n g regular season play w i t h a
follows:
May 10 Potsdam State Away
169 average. *
May 20 New Paltz S.
Away
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May 22 Danbury Col. Home
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VOL. XXXVII N O . 2
Brubacher, Pierce Formals Feature April Theme;
Und ersea Motif To Highlight Van Derzee Dance
SA Assembly
Will Nominate
Future Officers
Students Obtain
Teaching Posts
Students
Mourn
Lost Holiday
Why all t h e glum faces?
T h a t ' s t h e question NEWS r e T h i r t y - e i g h t Seniors a n d g r a d u porters were asking as soon a s
ates have secured t e a c h i n g positions
according to Elmer C. Mathews, D i they viewed t h e downcast counT h e agenda for today's assembly rector of Teacher P l a c e m e n t Bureau.
tenances t h a t pervaded t h e corSeniors to teach languages a r e :
includes consideration of motions, a
ridors of SCT. Detectives were
report from Athletic Board, budgets Priscilla Jcnes, L a t i n a n d F r e n c h ,
hired a n d they've actually t u r n P h e l p h C. S.; Doris Dougherty, E n g a n d n o m i n a t i o n s for SA officers for
ed u p a n answer.
lish ( a n d Social Studies), Florida H.
next year. Wednesday night S t u - S.; T i n a Nicastro, English (and S o No, don't j u m p to conclusions.
dent Council heard a report from cial Studies), Rhinebeck C. S.; R u t h
It's
nothing to do with exam
Dunn.English
(
a
n
d
Social
Studies),
E l e c t i o n Commission, nominated
scandals, n o r a n y o t h e r kind of
c a n d i d a t e s for Athletic Board, pass- Schenectady, Oneida J u n i o r High;
Marlene Southard. L a t i n . F r e n c h a n d
scandal. State College is in
ed t h e S t u d e n t Council Budget, a n d English, Copenhagen C. S.: A n n
mourning because t h e last v a selected delegates for t h e Plattsburg Sturges, French ( a n d M a t h ) , C a s cation of t h e semester staggered
tleton C. S.; Virginia O'Connell.
exchange program.
away.
J u n i o r High English, Center M o Nominations for Myskania and SA
riches H. S.
" T h a t just can't be!" we cried,
offices will be held in assembly toSeniors to teach Commerce a r e :
producing this year's catalog,
day a n d will be open until 4:30 p.m. , Marie Hoffman, South Glens Fails
Monday, reported Louis Vion '53, C. S.; Patrick Carlo, Highland Falls
Frosh Handbook, a n d Directory.
C h a i r m a n of Election Commisison. C. S.: DoDglns Adamson, J u n i o r
In each is plainly w r i t t e n : May
Declinations for these offices may High, East Rochester H. S.; Evelvn
30, Memorial Day, HOLIDAY.
be m a d e until 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. Paulus, Whitney Point C. S.: Alice
The Detectives h a n d e d us a calAll classes will hold meetings Mon- Goewey, Lcng Lake C. S.: Charles
endar. May 1053, it said, a n d
A
b
r
a
h
a
m
,
Corinth:
Esther
M
a
y
a
k
day noon to n o m i n a t e candidates.
i.s, Bellmore, J a n e t Norton, N e w where was t h e 30th?
In t h e
Declinations for these must be made comb C. S.
Saturday column!
by Wednesday a t 4:30 p.m.
O t h e r s who h a v e been placTests on t h e SA Constitution which ed a r e : Fleta Wright. Social Studies,
Rut don't blame t h e a d m i n i s all candidates must take is sched- Baldwinsville C. S.; Milan K r c h n i a k . tration, folks. They tried to give
uled ft.r Wednesday noon a n d 3:30Social Studeies, P h e l p h C. S.; G e o r i e
us a day off.
p.m. a n d T h u r s d a y noon and 7:3:)Reynolds, Junior High Science, Delp.m. All tests will be given in Dra- hi C. S.
in"' 1' 1 except t h e one scheduled for
G r a d u a t e s t u d e n t s w h o hpve been
T h u r s d a y a t 7:30 p.m., which will placed a r c : K a t h r y n Dando, J u n i o r
be held a t Brubacher. Candidates High Social Studies, B i n g h a m t o n ;
may r u n for only one class office Howard Sutliff, J u n i o r High Science,
or o n e SA office. Changes in t h e South Glens Falls C. S.; William
m a j o r - m i n o r plan will be posted Proulx, Science, Argyle C. S.: J u a n ita McMillen, Commerce. Webster
soon.
C. S.; Paul Runge, Social Studies,
Promotions of S t a t e College facDelegates to participate in the ex- G u i d a n c e . K e r h o n k s o n ; R i c h a r d
c h a n g e program with Plattsburg Kyrk, J u n i o r High English, R e n s - ulty, effective April 1, 1953, include
Sunday through Wednesday include selaer; M a r t h a Bucher, E l e m e n t a r y several new professors a n d a n c *
instructor, a n n o u n c e s Dr. Evan R.
Madelaine Meier '54, Doris Mehan, Library, Ridgewood, N. J.; Elaine
Collins, President of t h e College.
Charles Beckwith, Robert Coan, a n d Blessing, Junior High M a t h , G a l T h r e e members of t h e faculty have
J o h n Orser, Sophomores.
way C. S.; Harry Scott, English, been elevated to professorship: A n F r e n c h , Voorheesville C. S.; J o h n n e t t e Dobbin, Modern Languages,
M c G r a t h . Commerce, Pine Plains C. K e n n e t h Frasure. Education; a n d
S.; H a n s Siertl, Science, B e r n e - K n o x J. Roy Newton, Education.
Three
C. S.
teachers have received assistant pro,r
Harry Price, Social
O t h e r s who received positions ai >: fessorships:
Evelyn O'Brien, J a n '53, J u n i o r High Studies; M. E. G r e n a n d e r , English;
English a n d Social Studies. H a n n i - and Karl A. B. Peterson, Music.
At t h e recent Regional Forensic bal C. S.; F r a n k l y n S m i t h , J a n . '53, F r a n c e s Thomson h a s been proConference .sponsored by T a u Kappa /Continued
on Paye ih Column 5/ moted to an in-tructorship position.
Delta of New York University, eight
winners were chosen, including five
from S t a t e
College, announces
Joyce Leonard '53. President of Debale Council.
Registrar Lists
Sessions Data
Dorms Schedule
Annual Formals
This Weekend
Schedules for program advisement
for fall term registration a n d t h e
T h e weekend's activities will c e n filing of summer session blanks arc ter about t h e a n n u a l s p r i n g formals
revealed by R u t h E. Lape, Registrar. of Pierce, Brubacher, a n d V a n D e r Program advisement for fall term zee Halls.
Pierce Hall women a n d t h e i r e s registration for all students is
corts will dance to t h e music of B o b
scheduled as follows:
Massey's O r c h e s t r a tomorrow eveAll students with s u r n a m e s be- ning from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. T h e
ginning with t h e letters A-L must crowning of a queen, to reign over
secure program advisement for t h e the "April in P a r i s " setting, will
full term from their department!!I occur a t midnight, according to
c h a i r m a n a n d / o r representative d u r - K a t h r y n Cowell '54, C h a i r m a n .
ing t h e hours from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 S u b - c h a i r m e n working with Miss
p.m., Monday, Tuesday a n d Wednes- Cowell a r e Alice Landon a n d Jessie
day. April 20-22.
Raynor, decorations; J o a n H a r t m a n ,
All students with s u r n a m e s b e - programs; Marion Reinheimer, corginning with t h e letters M - Z mils'-, sages: Juniors. K a t h l e e n Anderson
secure program advisement for t h e '54 a n d Delores M o n t a l b a n o '55 a r e
fall term from their d e p a r t m e n t a l in charge of materials. F r e s h m e n ,
c h a i r m a n a n d / o r representative dur- Judy Vimmerstedt a n d Carol Luft
ing t h e hours from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 are c h a i r m e n of t h e r e f r e s h m e n t
p.m., Mondav, Tuesday, a n d Wednes- and clean-up committees.
Chaperons for t h e evening a r e to
day, April 27-29.
All students planning to attend be Mrs. Gladys Rand, Mr. a n d M r s .
the 8-week summer session should Joseph Purely a n d M r . a n d M r s .
till out a blank form to be found Marvin Blythe.
Brubacher Hall decorated for a n
in t h e Registrar's office, indicating
the courses they plan to take (not "April Showers" theme will hold its
lo exceed 10 hoursi. These forms spring formal tomorrow evening
m u s t be filed in that office n o t later from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Bill B e n n e t t ' s
t h a n April 30. S u m m e r session cat- Orchestra will play for t h e event,
according to Hazel Jones '53, G e n e r a l
alogs a r e available in D109.
Chairman.
Committee c h a i r m e n a r e Doris
Mehan, decorations; A n n Dvorak
and Madeline Chini, r e f r e s h m e n t s ;
Donna Hughes, publicity; B a r b a r a
Devitt, bids; Sophomores. O t h e r
chairmen a r e R u t h R i c h t e r a n d
Nancy Hazzard, a r r a n g e m e n t s a n d
T h e annual spring play presented program committees, J u n i o r s . Helen
by t h e Advanced Dramatics class, a n d J e a n Osborne, Seniors, h a v e i n will be given on Friday, May 22 a n d vited chaperons. K a r e n Lunde '56
Saturday, May 23. This year's play, will supervise t h e c l e a n - u p .
of three acts, is "Berkeley Square
Chaperons will be Mr. a n d M r s .
by J o h n L. Balderston.
Merlin H a t h a w a y , Dr. a n d Mrs. E d T h e play, directed by Agnes E. ward Cooper a n d Mr. a n d M r s . A r Futterer, Assistant Professor of Eng- t h u r Jones.
lish, is a fantasy whose time changes
This evening, Van D e / . e e Hall will
from t h e 20th century to t h e 18thhold its formal dance from 9 p.m. t o
century. I t takes place in 1784 a n d1 a.m. as F r a n k Mayer's O r c h e s t r a
1953. T h e 18th century costumes, plays. T h e t h e m e of t h e d a n c e will
typical of the period, will be made emphasize u n d e r - w a t e r scenery a c by t h e students, and t h e 18th c e n - cording to F r a n c i s Rodgers '54, G e n tury sets are being made by t h e eral C h a i r m a n ,
members of t h e En 1 Stagecraft
Decorations will be supervised by
Class, under t h e supervision of Dr. William Helmer '53. T h e refreshPaul B. Pettii, Assistant Professor ment committee is headed by Archie
of English.
Westmiller '56. C h a p e r o n s for t h e
evening will be Dr. a n d Mrs. E d w a r d
Dr. a n d Mrs. Townsend R i c h
Minister Will Speak Shay,
and Mrs. Ethel McLaughlin.
Faculty Members Futterer States
Earn Promotions Date Of Play
Forensic Victors
Receive Plaques
Apache Dance, Onion Addict
by 200 Will
Enliven AllCollege Revue
20 col-
The conference, a t t e n d e d
s t u d e n t s representing about
By EVELYN RUBEN
leges, included lour rounds of discussion en "How C a n We Rid O u r After several days of diligent r e - clever Horse Opera (sans horsei, a",
1
College Campuses of Communism'- " search, your detecting reporter was extravaganza about life in a h u n t T'ne live winner.s from S t a t e includ- able to uncover a few u n k n o w n facts ing lodge, a n d a subtle satire on
Progressive Education. A high point
ed Arthur Hagy. who received a lo report on "Little K n o w n Facts."
in t h e product ion is a n original balplaque: Robert Berkhofer and Phyi- State's first All-College Revue. T h e
let in a Greenwich Village Night.
1 is Penny, Seniors; J o a n n Doyle, and show is a series of scenes tied t o - Club .setting. A chorus of a p a c h e
Richard Simper, J u n i o r s ; all ol gether by Milton J. Knothole, a u t h - dancers in appropriate costumes
wlu m received certificates.
or of "Little Known Facts aboiu augment the featured dancing ol
Well-Known People," played by T o m Bobbie Stein a n d Ann Colombo.
The winner ol I luce rounds el
Smith.
Congressional Debating of PEPC unci
Meanwhile, back al l he rehearsal,
Sneaking a preview ol t h e revue
the topic on Communism, was Mis.s
the original opera by Messrs. Cheral
rehearsal,
your
reporter
saw
a
Penny, who re eived a plaque. As a
liofl and Brown, dealing with the
result of this award Mis- Penny wa.-.
realities of American lite, was fillthe highest ranking woman debater Delegates To Attend ing Page Hall with highbrow m u sic, Marilyn Erter will surely score
at the conference. Robert Bcrkhof'r
a hit with her clever vocal Interprealso placed within t h e llrst ten win- Scholastic Senate
tation of 'Nobody's Chasing Me,"
ners. T h i s was the lirst time that
Forum delegates will a t t e n d t h e the theme song of a girl with lots
one college h a s won both of the
a
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Intercollegiate
Mock
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n
a
t
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of ambition but no creative outlet.
awards.
to be held in t h e S t a l e Copilol on
Ro.ss Hack and J o a n Carlin will
April 17, Hi a n d II), a n n o u n c e s LilArt Department Shows
lian Weller '53, c h a i r m a n of t h e a r - keep you laughing with their portrayal of Mr. Dribbles a n d his frau.
r a n g e m e n t s for t h e S e n a t e .
Reproductions In Milne
The Senate will consider bills r e - Ross is an Onion Addict, und n a t u r ally I his raises many household dilThe College Ail Department will lating to t h e actual New York State liculties.
Legislature.
T
h
e
delegation
from
show portfolio reproductions of sevScenes previewed left a n impreseral twentieth century European ship ol Douglas Nielsen '53, will disartists in t h e Milne Ait Gallery be- S t a t e College, under t h e c h a i r m a n - sion thai this is one S t a t e College
ginning Wednesday, April 15. T h ecuss I wo bills selected from such dramatic endeavor Unit will disapexhibit will be displayed for ten topics us t h e P a n t h e r Mountain point no one but t h e cynics. All
days, a n n o u n c e s Until E. Hutchins, Dam, t h e St. Lawrence Seaway, P e r - four classes should give full support
Assistant Professor of Art. T h e m a n e n t Personal Registration, or to tills first all-college show. It
showing will include paintings by More Democratic Election Proced- promises to be a very entertaining
evening.
ures.
deChlrico, Mini a n d Mure.
To IVCF
Gathering
Rule Violation Results
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship
presents Rev. Raymond C. Ortlund In Curtailed Privileges
at its meeting this evening a t 7:30
p.m. in Brubacher Hall, reports WilCommuters' Club was deprived of
liam Whitwer '53, President. Rev. its bulletin board privileges for a
Ortlund is assistant minister a t t h e three week period effective April 14
First Presbyterian Church in Schen- in I he only act ion tnken by M y s k a n ectady.
ia a t its open hearing Tuesday eveFollowing the IVCF tradition, t h e ning. More t h a n 60 s t u d e n t s of t h e
group will combine for a hymn sing College were present to witness t h e
and refreshments at t h e conclusion Judicial body's hearing of nine cases
of Rev. Ortlund's lecture. All stu- brought to it by Campus C o m m i s dents a r e invited to uttend this a n d sion.
other IVCF functions states WhitOwen S m i t h '53, G r a n d M a r s h a l
wer.
und arresting officer in t h e C o m m u t e r s ' Club case was p r e s e n t to
explain his charges of violation of
Red Cross Bloodmobile
mailbox regulations on t h e p a r t of
the club. George Wood received t h e
W i l l Accept Donations
charges for t h e Commuters'. As a
A Red Cross bloodmobile will visit result, Myskania recommended to
the college Monday, May 4, a n n o u n c - Campus Commission t h a t it suses Marie DeSeve '53, c h a i r m a n pend the use of t h e club's bullet in
of t h e college Red Cross unit, Per- board until May 5.
mission slips will be distributed In
Three charges of amorous m a n i assembly, states Miss DeSeve.
festations were dismissed on t h e
All who wish to donate blood a r e grounds that t h e Commission's rules
requested to sign tip by April 27. no longer contain such a regulation,
Donations may be m a d e between while live eases of eating in t h e
9 a.m. and 12 noon und from 1 to 1 Commons were either w i t h d r a w n or
p.m., May 4. Anyone desiring furth- dismissed following a n e x a m i n n a t i o n
er information should contact Mif>s of t h e need for t h e use of discretion
DeSeve or Robert Lundergan '55.
in defining eating.
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