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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1 9 5 3
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VOL. XXXVIII NO. 11
SY OLIVER TO PLAY AT WINTERLUDE
IF, IS Councils
Bring Name Band
To Annual Danct
Christmas Sing
Student Council
To Take Place Hears Financial
Sunday Evening Motions,Reports
Wednesday evening meetSixteen Choral Groups ingAt oftheStudent
Council, the freshreprestatives received then
Will Compete For Cup man
Student Council keys, a motion was
In Page Hall Contest made to accept Student Union Board
Facilities budget, Primer requested
Student Christian Association is additional funds amounting to $250.,
once again sponsoring the annual comments were presented on the
Christmas Sing, Sunday, December recently issued Directory a motion
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to give State Fair Fund an oddi13, at 7 p.m. in Page Auditorium, U o n a l $ 3 5 _ a n d r e p o r t K w e r e v o l c e d
according to Jane Banter '55, Pub- from various committees, new busilicity Chairman. This year there ai'e ness was discussed, and the Assemsixteen choral groups from frater- b h ' ^ ' e ' , c i " w n f « * f o r F r i d n >'Robert Betscha 56 moved to acuities, sororities, and group houses CE,pt a S U B P a c i l i t i e s b u d g e t t h e
entered in the Sing, which is the discussion of which was anchored
reason for the unusually early start- by JoAnne Doyle '54.
ROBERT SAGE
The general consensus of opinion
ing time. A cup will be awarded on the Directory was complimentary
to the winner; as Phi Delta has In nature. The phone number arwon the cup for the last two years, rangement was noted as being far Group
Presents
they have only to win it once more more efficient. It was agreed that
more funds should be appropriated
to keep in permanently.
for the Directory next year. A
The judges for this event are: complimentary letter is to be sent
Mrs. George Wood, Mrs. Leora from Student Council to Ruth
"Somewhere in Berlin," a German
Rooney '54, Editor of the publicaShaw, and Robert Wheeler, all resi- tion.
film with English subtitles, will be
dents of Albany. These judges will
Ronald Koster '55, Chairman of sponsored by the German Film
review the groups Impartially, and State Fair, requested that $35. be Group Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. Tickets,
choose the best groups on the basis taken from surplus, and John Al- selling at $.35 will be sold at the
of excellence of presentation and lasio '54 so moved.
Suggestions were taken on com- door. All State students are inoriginality.
mittees on which students and fac- vited, states Hanna Wilfert '56,
The sixteen participating groups ulty might serve, in the interests of President of the Group.
are: Potter Club, Sigma Lambda greater student-faculty co-operation
Sigma, Alpha Pi Alpha, Commuters In various college activities and
This film is the first in a series
Club, College Heights, Thurlow Hall. functions.
to be presented by this newlyPierce and Brubacher Halls, Sayles
Clyde Payne, freshman class presHall, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Beta Zeta, ident, reported that a proposed tro- formed organization. The German
Chi Sigma Theta, Gamma Kappa phy case might be placed in the Film Group works in co-operation
Phi, Kappa Delta. Phi Delta and Game Room of the Student Union. with the Gcmian Department and
Psi Gamma.
It was announced that (lie Rep- the Audio-Visual Aid Office.
resentative Government Committee
Committees for the sing, provided had split into two sub-commit lees
A short feature film will be preby KCA, are: General Chairman, one to discuss revision, and Hie sented Willi the main film. "SomeLuella Ptucek '55; Sets, Thomas oilier to work on a completely new
Dixon '55 and George Hathaway '54; government, along representative where in Berlin" concerns flic postwar conditions in that city. It is
Judges, George Dunbar '55 and lines.
Elaine Swartout '5(i; Publicity, Jane
basically
a documentary film with
Robert Betscha, Sophomore repSanter '55 and Livingston Smith
an interest inn plot, according to
resentative,
moved
that
vlce-presl'56; Programs, Virginia Hilfiker '56;
(Continued on Pane >i, Column Si Miss Wilfert.
Ushers, Ella Curtis '55.
German
A unique presentation will be the
singing of an original song by Psi
Gamma sorority.
Elementary Dramatics Group Stages
Trojan Women Tonight In Page Hall
Since the inception of the Christmas Sing three years ago, it lias
at racted more and more entries
Tonight at 8:3(1 in Pane Hall the
This year's total of choral groups curtain will rise on "The Trojan
numbers six more than last year's Women," presented by the Elementotal of ten groups,
tary Dramatics Class and directed
by Dr. Paul B. Peffli, Assistant ProThe set which will be constructed lessor ol English. This drama, a
on the Page auditorium stage will Greek tragedy by Euripides, is taken
consist of an enlarged church win- from the legend of the hill of Troy,
dow scene. Miss Santer urges all some thousand years ago.
students to attend tills holiday
Agamemnon and Menelaus, who
event.
led the Greeks against Troy, ostensibly lo recover Helen, have bethe city lor leu years. They
ong Committee sieged
g
are ready lo sail back to Greece as
victors. Bui the chorus is not a
Reqi
luests Manuscripts joyous
one, rather il is a chorus ol
The light song commit tee is look- women about to no in slavery.
ing for ideas lor a new light sunn, Poseidon, nod ol l he sea, and
announces Madelyn Meier '54, com- Athena, the goddess o! the city, both
warn thai this is onl\ a seeming
mittee chairman.
Fi ht S
The committee will accept either
words or music or both. They want
something which is peppy, unlimited
and which conforms to the eight llne limit set up by the committee.
The committee was created by suggestion of Student Council because
of the fact that the present light
sunn has become antiquated and is
very difficult to sing.
Manuscripts should he given In
Madelyn Meier '54, and are very
welcome
Oilier members ol the
commit lee are: Mary Jane Fisher,
Linda Nlles, Sophomores; Steve
Herniak '55, Eugene Flnnernaii
l.enore Hughes, and Morion Hess,
Ireslunen.
Film
Catalogue Will List
New Religion Course
Dean Oscar E l.anlord announces
thai a new course is lo be ollcieil
next semester. Philosophy III, I he
Living Religions, and is listed m the
new catalogue.
The course will consist ut a survey ol ihe sallenl practices m beliefs
in the Influential, living religions,
together with a critical study ol
selected passages from I he respective scriptures.
Students interested in taking this
course, should consult the catalogues
upon registering lor next semester
Inter-Fraternity a n d
InterSorority Councils will jointly sponsor the annual Winterlude in the
Hotel Ten Eyck Ball Room tomorrow
night from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Sy
Oliver and his Band will provide
the music for the "Snowman" Ball,
states Robert Sage *55 and Joan
Bolz '54, presidents of IFC and ISC,
respectively.
JOAN BOLZ
Greeks Plan Parties;
Initiate New Members
Bids will be on sale tonight at
four dollars per couple. They will
be on sale at the door of the dance
until midnight. Women will be
given three o'clock hours for the
dance.
The previously announced Snow
Contest will be cancelled because of
the lack of snow. Reactions to the
idea have been employed in this
year's ball.
Chaperones for the evening will
be: William A. Dumbleton, Instructor in English; Donald Donely, Instructor in Education, and Mrs.
Donley; Clifton C. Thorne, Instructor in Commerce, and Mrs.
Thorne; Evan R. Collins, President
of the College, and Mrs. Collins;
David Hartley, Dean of Men, and
Mrs. Hartley; Oscar E. Lanford,
Dean of the College, and Mrs. Lanford; and Ellen C. Stokes, Dean of
Women. Chairmen of the Chaperones Committee are Sylvia Korab
'55, and James Flnnen '54.
"Inferno" is the theme of this
evening's annual rush party to be
held by APA. The affair will be
held from 8 to 12 in the Brubacher
dining room. General chairman is
Robert Burns '56; refreshments,
William Stickel '55, and Bradley
Griffin '56; decorations, Joseph McDowell '55. "The Hungry Five" will
feature music. This is the same
group which performed at the InterDecorations will be supervised by
Fraternity smoker. Dance music will Mabel Schweitzer '54, Chairman,
be provided by Frank Mayer's or- Kenneth Schoonmaker '54, Olga
chestra.
Komanowski and William Limage,
Juniors. Arrangements will be made
Beta Jeta has recently initiated by Jane Freaney, Peter McManus,
Jayne Penny '55.
Seniors, and Joan Carlin '55.
Frances Allen and Henry Berleth,
AEPhi will hold a Christmas Port,v Thursday. General chairman is Seniors, will be in charge of the
Phyllis Razansky '55, and Nancy Tickets. The Band Committee will
Feder '55 is in charge of refresh- Include: Angela Kavanagh '55, Carol
ments. Terrice Kessler '55 was for- Schreiner and Richard Bailey, Seniors. Programs will be arranged by:
mally installed.
Ronald Koster '55, Mary Ann FrasSunday Chi Sigma Theta initi- catore and Faith Hanson, Seniors.
ated Esther Goldstein, Theresa Car- Delores Montalbano '55, and Eugene
dainone, Olina Fusco, Catherine Webb '54, will be in charge of PubMcCann and Linda Sokoloski, Soph- licity. The booth was supervised by
omores, according to Jane Freaney Delores Mariano '55, and Arnold
Smith '54. Ticket Selling Is under
'54. President.
the supervision of Phyllis KraKowMonday at 8:30 Psi Gamma will er and Robert Sturm, Seniors, achold a Christmas party in honor cording to Sage and Miss Bolz,
ol' ihe faculty. A bullet supper will
be held at the house tonight, before
the performance of Trojan Women.
Katherlne Restein '55 was elected
chairman of Psi Gam's State Fair
offering, according to Judith Vlmmerstead '56.
victory lor he victors; rather what
real victory lhere is belongs to the
vanquished
The cast is composed ol I lie ED
Class and is as follows: Hecuba,
Marilyn Dinardo '55; Poseidon, WilAt their last meeting, the freshPhi Delta has pledged Louise Uva,
liam Wilcox; Pallas Athena, Joan
Ginsburgh; Talthyblus, T h o m a s Yolando Alfiero, Sophomores, and men formed an Activities CommitSmith; Aiidrauiache, Eleanor Gold- Inez Mallery '54, according to Faith tee The Sophomores, meanwhile,
have scheduled their banquet.
man; Cassandra, Linda Niles; Hel- Hanson '54. President.
en, Sondra Schecler; Menelaus, Ross
The class of '57 has tentatively
Hack. Sophomores; and A.slyanax.
voted to make the quorum at all
Art
Students
Will
John Huh, son of Dr. Townsend
class meetings 65 members, reports
Rich, Professor of English. Soldiers
Clyde Payne, President. They have
wilh Talthyblus arc Donald Mur- Hold Over Exhibit
also formed an Activities Committee
dock and Harry Dcllal'iora; Soldiers
The present Art, Exhibit, which composed ol representatives from
with Menelaus arc Alan Welner and
each group house, whose purpose
Conrad Regan, Sophomores, The was scheduled to end this week, will Is to get ideas from the freshmen
be
held
over
until
Tuesday
at
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following nirls comprise ihe chorus
In the residence halls concerning
led by Lou Korcykowski: Aunclise a.m., announces Ruth E. Hutchins, class activities as a whole. RepreAssistant
Professor
of
Art.
The
exHarfnagel, Jean Shaw, Marilyn Ersentatives on the committee are;
ler. Marie Devilie, Clulldotte Ru- hibit, which is sponsored and ar- Brubacher, Mary Forman and Barranged
by
the
students
In
Art
6,
dolph, Carol Hughes, Lillian Gregbe seen In the hall of second bara Weinstock; Pierce, Anna Kunory, Midge fisher, Maura Newman, can
dratis; Sayles, Matthew Ostoyich;
floor
Draper.
Jean Hagcny, Maryann l'eckham.
Commuters, Madeline Bruchard and
Sophomores, and Judy Van Akeu
Ihe artistic showing features col- Marian Welner; Thurlow, Betty
and Leoiia D'Ainelio, Juniors. The- or reproductions of pictures suitable King; College House, Barbara Fox;
resa Barber '56 plays a maiden.
lor lounges, clubhouses, and class- Van Derzee, John Gauqule; Hilltop,
The Assistant to the Director and rooms. Each picture is accompa- Alan Hutchinson; South, Doris Sterthe Production Coordinator is Bar- nied by Information on price, size, zinar; Newman, Martin Lawrence.
bara Maaloe '56. The committee and source from which a copy may
The Sophomores will hold their
chairmen have been chosen as such: he obtained.
banquet Saturday, January 16, In
Lighting and sound, William Wilcox; Setting, Ronald Petty and
Featured among the pictures on the Sky Room at Herbert's, accordMarilyn Krlcr, co-chairmen; Cos- exhibition are color reproductions ing to William Small President.
tumes, Aiinchcse Hiirtnagi'l; Prop- oi the works of the American ar- General Chairman for tills function
erties, ciuiidetie Rudolph, Make-up, tist , Georgia O'Keefe. Miss Hutch- is Marjorte Kelleher. The class has
Judith Luies. Business ami Pub- lns urges all students to lake ad- also discussed the possibility of
licity, Midge Fisher, Sophomores. vantage ol the showing.
adopting a class orphan.
Classes Discuss
Quorum, Banquet
STATE COLLEOE NEWS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1t>B3
Compulsory A s s e m b l y . . .
mn
m o t i o n t o d i s c o n t i n u e COmpUlSOry a s s e m bly. M u c h discussion p r o a n d c o n t h e issue
h a s p a s s e d f r o m b o t h Sides Of t h e P a g e H a l l
lectern. T h e m a i n a r g u m e n t for defeating
t h e m o t i o n i s t h a t Once We a b a n d o n t h e
p o l i c y Of c o m p u l s o r y a s s e m b l y , w e Will n o
By C08SABOON and WEBB
Under
VFS WE READ I T
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Qf t h e s t r a n g e d l s e a s e t h a t s t r i k e s A t t h i s point, he will make a meI n t h e . . L e t t e r s to the Editor" slot last week thm
us periodically. This malady is thodical, but frenzied, inspection^of
d ft c o m m u n l c a t i o n from one of the studen
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in order that it may be recognized This action is psychologically in- i s written. Rather than take space in the colun
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Student Council will propose an amend- *™&
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t o t h e o n g m a l motion
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today
Tne final and most injurious stage INCIDENTALLY
o u r undoubtedly choosing the path of
present system, this is true.
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By CATHY COCHRANE
longer have a workable legislative branch JS^^^^^SKSSi
government.
Religious Clubs
Slate Activities
G*mm*H-&tmt*ti>
£fdd*mic Siinai Stat*
Today in Assembly we will have our first
opportunity
to take definite action on the
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. . . shelves containing assorted printed a n abundant supply of coffee, to be
t h a t words bound in moldy cardboard, consumed as quickly as possible. We
slnce
D o n 't forget Winterlude tomorrow night at 111
attempts to solve this problem. The amend" J w loves company, vet- are apt t0 flnd him surrounded by T Es,cktheIfStateu,New
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tinue compulsory assembly until a n e w
f o r m Of g o v e r n m e n t w e r e p u t i n t o o p e r a tion. A t lirst reading, this a m e n d m e n t m a y
S e e m t o n u l l i f y t h e p u r p o s e Of t h e o r i g i n a l
motion.
To our mind," however, "it would
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many as twelve sufferers writhing B S S 3 y t f S »
The gravity of the p . ™ , ™ T F E P E E
with pain in these dungeons. The situation is now obvious, since text r L B " r B
weakening effect of such an ex- D 0 0 l c s (generally accepted as handione of the residents of Sayles Halls is trying t,,
P e r l e n c e d e f l e s description.
c r a f t o f the Black Man) may be c o u n t e r t h e r i s e m the cost of pool balls by a non
With the nerves well shot, the perceived among the litter.
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neatly evaporate the only strong argument victim
is unable to resist the ad- The only curl for this disease is haresute method. T h a t s using your head, boy!
in favor oi compulsory assembly.
^ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ^ ^ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ a pilgrimage. The victim must drag I T , S T H A T T I M E AGAIN
himself to a final torture chamber
Of course, if the collective mind of Stuwhere he scribbles endlessly across
Unbelievable as it seems, Christmas time has com.
dent Association is happy with our present
sheets of white paper adorned with
ug
in
s i n c e t h J g i s t h e l a s t i s s u e 0 f the
parallel blue lines. Unless care- ;
set-up, and has no complaint against com- To the Editor:
fully guarded, he may attempt to News before the long-awaited vacation, may we ex
pulsory assembly, all the time and energy
reproduce
a fellow pilgrim's scrib- tend
our warmest
Christmas
greetings
To Evan,
Oscar, Ellen
and Dave,
spent on government revision and amend
As has been mentioned on an lings upon his own little blue lines.
Whose countenances seldom are grave,
m e n t S i s w a s t e d , a s w a s t h e Case l a s t y e a r , other part of this page, the authors Ifis this
not is
permitted
further
treatment
allowed to take place, he
I n t h e l i g h t Of S e v e r a l p e r t i n e n t f a c t s We of the Common-Stater desire to and is condemned to struggle for
To Neil and all the erudite Myskie
make a few
C a n n o t s e e a b r i g h t f u t u r e for S A u n d e r t h e
. _.. comments regarding
regarding about sixteen weeks in a frantic atWith whom to meet is often rlskious,
that were made last week tempt to effect his own cure.
existing System.
v
u x aauditorium
u w i u n u i u uaa
n this same space
Our
has aa jcharges
To cafeteria coffee and Myrtle who serves It,
capacity of 999; Student Association has an T h e main thesis of the
Jiadi
Wtek
OH Ai-iemldif
There's nobody a rest more deserves it.
approximate membership of 1500. In the a e a d to b e t h a f c w e
fetter
n e a r f u t u r e , e v e n t h o s e 9 9 9 S e a t s Will b e PP ™
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Last Week's Student Association
To publications Primer and Peel
u n a v a i l a b l e d u e t o t h e i n l a n of o o n s t m r t i r m n e g I ? c t i n e moral responsibility that a B e n d a provided over a half hour
Where oft's the cry, "I wish I were dead."
U n a v a i i a o i e a u e t o t n e p l a n 01 C o n s t r u c t i n g w e h a v e assumed by way of our f o r discussion on the main motion
To Student Council, that astute body,
a n e w a u d i t o r i u m o n t n e Site Of P a g e . T h e authorship. Two instances were o n the floor, namely the motion
e n r o l l m e n t h a s i n c r e a s e d g r e a t l y i n t h e p a s t given of our lack of responsibility. t 0 abolish compulsory assemblies.
Who yearly fight off an assembly lobby.
tWO y e a r s a n d a l l C i r c u m s t a n c e s a n d f a c t s
T h e w r l t e r o f t h e l e t t e r o f l a s t However, discussion was ended by
To
Loretta and Walt, whose succulent brew
point to an even larger enrollment in the week appears to have great insight, a new m o u o a
Surpasses
any of Mother's stew.
n e x t f e w y e a r s . S t a t e C o l l e g e i s u n d e r g o i n g for she unearthed material that T h e subsidiary motion stated in
Mimi ancl every Student Union Board member,
a period of transition. Events are crowding introspection fails to detect for us S ^ n K ^ r e S t e T t S e To
Who's
like to every necker dismember.
tV«Q cnnioi „ Q i f l r ,Ho,.
r » „ , . n l . « o « n f ^^.^w,. We are referring to the claim that aeiinite commin.ee lepoios Dy me
t h e social calendar.
O l U p r e s e n t d o r m i - „ ( t h e 0 ommon-Stater) has ignored (Government
Revisions
Committee,
To Mother Illustrious, Hathaway,
t o n e s a r e t i l l e d t o c a p a c i t y . A l l p h a s e s Of this responsibility . . . it has pre- t would be wiser to table discussion
namic;
reWho always amazes by not getting gray.
o u r c o l l should
e g e s o c iour
e t y student
a r e b e c ogovernment
ming more d
y
ferred
to
propagate
a
rumor
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°f
the
matter
until
such
time
as
J
main static?
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the facts could be presented in full.
To
Joy and those who care for the Commons
Now let us examine the two in- Nell Brown '54, President of StuThere seems to be one flaw in the pro- stances cited as evidences of our dent Association, nsked Patricia To keep it clean get up with the robins.
Dean '54 to read the report and
posed amendment. We have no guarantee irresponsibility.
To Psi Gamma ancl the Delta's, Phi and Kappa,
conclusions of last year's committee
With all their gals pretty ancl dappa.
The first case revolved around the o n revisions. The Committee had
t h a t a n e w a n d b e t t e r f o r m Of g o v e r n m e n t ^"ahty of Brubacher's food. We m a d e only a few minor changes in
To Phi (AE) and Chi Sigma Thetu
will be put into effect. SA could solve this SS? c o S i K S S 'XTmuX H16 existlng Constltu"0"- ™ese Gamma Kap and Beta by Zeta.
hw niifftvin- a f i m o lirviif ™ *-KQ orv,or.Hw,„»,f
many complaints about the quality changes were made only to achieve
To Kappa Beta and EE Potter
b y p u t t i n g a t i m e l i m i t Ml t h e a m e n d m e n t , of the food." On this issue we feel a m o b r e workable Constitution, acAPA ancl if I didn't say SLS, I certainly would
a s b r o u g h t OUt b y S t u d e n t C o u n c i l .
B u t that we were neither ill informed cording to Miss Dean, and would
be clobbered.
nor
t h e r e is a m o r e efficient w a y t o p r e v e n t
did we fail to comprehend the m e a n 0 nly a few amendments.
After
all of you who read the News,
such a possible regression. The Good Gov- lssues a t hand '
Assembly was adjourned, To
In spite of digs, we still love youse.
CammumcatiOHl
ernment Committee is open to all members
Of S A W h o a r e i n t e r e s t e d i n c o m p l e t i n g a
our information came from am- K " ^ ^ ^ ^ ™5S meet"
bacher residents who were quite S ^ S ^ S e t i n g
discussion^ was
plan for an acceptable new legislature form, vociferous in their cries that week. held on the pl.acticnbmty 0f having
The committee is faced with a difficult job S K S l r T isTound to ™ ^ C u V s t ! S S i ^ S ?
gnd needs all t h e support a n d participation
S A Will Offer. T h e b e s t w a y w e c a n p r o t e c t
Ancl in concluslon we send
lh
semester.
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be complaint, the complaints that f j ™ f
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not
mentioned
above,
and all those peopl,
at
e
were
heard
by
us
at
the
time
of
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of
t
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a
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who
have
been
so
kind
to
us
through the pas,
u
wrlt
a
our
'ng"Unfortunately
we felt were this
sufficient
to we
motlon wlll proceed in assembly to .
a n d interests
m a t u r i t y and
Of Sameliorate
A w i l l b e f our
a c e d legislative
w i t h a n warrant
wrote
Idea was
lack the mental acumen
to comsystem
is
by
of
this
group.
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- „ . _ _ . support
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by Election Commission." dny
accordlng
t0 Nell Brown, as College
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late
interpret.
important
If t h e a m echallenge.
n d e d m o t i o The
n i s answer
p a s s e d , to
a sthis
We On the second point, the College sprehend
d Inor
Student
Council Wedneschallenge
Our source
for this
item was
Frank
b e l i e v e i t lies
S h o uin
l d the
a n dfinal
Will, results
t h e i n g of
e n u ithe
t y Heights
proposed
election
rally,
we day night.Sincerely,
McEvoy,
one of the leaders
forwas
the
o n H mGovernment
a t u i ' H i F r\f o Committee.
A , . , i n K ~ r „ „ ~ , j . . . i n - _ „ wrote.
"Unfortunatelv
this lrien
. .,
Good
Calendar
proposed event. That we were in
Mary Ann Cossaboon,
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11
error on this point is out of the
Gene Webb.
question, for no one will doubt that
the rally was "squelched." The com- I>car Editor:
12:30 p.m. Veteran's Meeting, Richardson 20.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS plaint appears to come from our B_e c a u e ., 0 cullc,,
..
Interpretation of the Election Com- ,
; » "f ,
ff, authorities 8:30 p.m. Trojan Women, Presented by E.D. Cla.s:
M T A . L I . H I D MAY 1 . 1 .
mission action. It was within their t e , t n u t !' eU «' 0U ' s ubll K"tlons and
venue to do what they did; what ™ u « o u s c i e v o t ! 0 ' ™n ^ n V? SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12
MY THE CLAM OF ! • ! •
we thought unfortunate was that ^ J a ™ ^ J r ^ ° L ° i H l ? } ! ! " ^
the rally was stopped. Comprehen- were denied late permission on
Medalist CSPA
First Place APC tion we feel was complete on our Monday night to attend a special 10-2 p.m. IFC-ISC Winterlude, Ten Eyek Hotel
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..
mass and services opening a year
1
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VOL. XXXVIII
December 11, 1953
No. 11i!"
,?° m .manner
._ !!. Mtllin
! n of dedication unique in its pur- SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13
on !,,..
the!!™!:.-!!."
propriety .!"
of the
poses, that of the Marian Year.
„ ....
Membera of the NKW8 .stuff inuy bo readied Tuesday and which Election Commission wont
7:00 p.m. SCA Christinas Sinn, Pa«e.
Wednesday from 7 to 11 p.m. at U-:mo, Ext. U. Phones: about this—namely not stopping the
This mass held particular imMoore and Ruben, 3-3326; Aslifleld, 3-3588; Eldred and Oerlg,
rally per se but prohibiting the can- portance to many and some of us M O M > A Y 1)1 ( I Mitl It 11
3-0613; Surtes, 3-3336.
didates from appearing by threat- considered it an obligation to our
The undergraduate newspaper of the New York State ening removal from the ticket.
spiritual life.
OoUege for Teachera; published every Friday of the College
year by the NXWS Board for the Student Association.
8:30 p.m. English Evening, Brubacher.
Considering the accuracy of our The service would have finished
KVKI.VN BUBKN - - - Editor-in-chief information and the debatability of at 1:45 a.m. We felt that this
IBKNK BLDRED - - - . - - . Go-Managing Editor the Commission's action we feel hour was not too unusually late H:3() p.m. Psi Qamma Christinas Party for FUI'UII.N
SALLY OBatlQ
- - - • - - • Co-Managing Editor
JOYCE SUKTB8 - - - - - Public Belatlona Editor that we were not irresponsible in for us to stay up and still be able
ALICE MASBOIAN - - - - - - Circulation Editor writing the Item.
to carry on ordinary school activ- TUESDAY, DECEMBER IB
BOBEBT ASHNELD - Sports Editor
That we would "disseminate ru- ities on Tuesday.
MABEL NC'IIWMZKB - Business-Advertising
Manager
WILLABO BEITZ - - AetMlale Edlter mor for rumor's sake" or our laek of
If we must bo deprived of an 11:30 p.m. Qerman Film, Page.
"certain moral responsibilities" Is
present when wo sit down on Wed- adult privilege, that of losing a
Ail coinmunlrnttoiM should h.i sildruSeml to tne editor and nesday night is far from the truth. small amount of sleep for our remust
be sigiioa.
slgnod. Names
be withheld
reuurat. w e are alwavs linnrpsserl hv rh« " « l o l l s convictions, It is merely a THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17
IOUSE ne
.NMHU-H wlll
win be
withheld upon
upon rtquewt.
We
The
rMpoHtblllty „*?"'?^~*?„
The STATE
STATE COI.LBGH
COLLEGE NUWH
NBWH assumes
assumes no
no renponalLllUj
™JJ*,„~5.Jtf
, proof of the atltliorltles' lack of
tor opinions eipressod In Its columns or communications number of peoplo who probably read confidence
In our maturity
AE Phi Chrlslinas Party.
M aueh eipreealone do not uecossarily rotleot l«s vhrw.
our words weekly, and It is furthest c o m l a u u "
from our Intent to harm anyone or
Yours sincerely,
FRIDAY, DECEMBER IK
to spread information that has no
basis In fact or information that
A Catliollu Student. 12:0()noou We go home 11
OH* OH Ik* Aid*
State
Enter
Debaters English Students,
By FRITZ CRUMB
Tourney Faculty Members
week, we want to step out ten minutes running time) or a
Yuletide Festivities Will of This
character for a few lines and song.
State College debaters will conput in a plug for THE ALL-COLIf and when you get something clude a semester of 112 debates Plan Festivities
Enliven Holiday SeasonLEGE
REVUE. Those of you who done, send it to Ross Hack '56 viawith other colleges, by sending four
were here last year remember what Student Mail. Remember, January debaters to the University of Pittsa good show it was, and this year, 8th is the deadline. Let's have burgh tournament today and to- Medieval Miracle Play
it can be much better. BUT, thesomething we can call ALL College morrow, according to Richard
show can't be put on unless there this year!
Will Highlight Evening
Shaper '54, President of Debate
are scripts to work with.
Tonight will see the curtain go Council. Representing State at
The
English department is preSince it is an ALL College up on Dr. Pettit's E.D. Class pro- the Pittsburgh cross-examination
show, it ought to have parts from duction of "The Trojan Women." debate tourney a t which Oxford, senting its first English Evening of
Newman Club will conduct a as many people in the college as it Remembering last year's "offbeat" England, debaters will be among the the year this Monday night a t 8:30
p.m. in Brubacher Upper Lounge,
Christmas party for all members can use. Last year, one person "Everyman," and the wonderful job 35 colleges arguing, are: Richard announces Frances L. Colby, AsShaper,
Gloria
Migliore,
Edward
Thursday, December 17, from 7 towrote the show, and it was a good that was done with it, we hope to
Lehman and Joanne Doyle, Seniors. sistant Professor of English and
script; this year, the committee
9 p.m., according to Francis Dun- which is working to get things see a large house tonight. You The students who participated in Faculty Advisor of the program.
can get in free on your student tax
ning '55, President. The party will started have decided to take short card, and the seats are all unre- the assembly debate a t Broadelbein The general theme for the event is
a Medieval Christmas in the town
be held at Newman Hall. General bits from a number of people. In served, so come early and get a good High School are: Richard Clifford of Coventry.
'57,
Vera
Kuharsky
'55,
James
this
way,
the
show
can
have
more
seat.
Chairman for this event is CathThompson and Francis Rodgers, The feature of the evening will
of the college represented in it than
erine McCann '56.
just the people who act and do the Notes a t random: Will it take a Seniors. James Finnen '54, will be a Medieval Christmas play with
stack
of
dynamite
to
blow
the
dust
introduce the debate and explain a cast made up of students and
A Bible study series is being con- backstage work.
off the walls in Page Hall? Doesn't some of the techniques being used faculty. The leads will be played
So,
how
about
it,
all
you
budding
seem to us that it would take much to the high school audience.
ducted by 1VCF open to all State
by Frances Hopkins '54, as Mary,
playwrights and songsmiths? You'll
and John Orser'55, as Joseph. Phi
College students, reports Benjamin have till the 8th of January to pol- work to make the hall clean.
Tau
Kappa
Alpha,
national
honBy the way, this evening's E.D. orary forensic fraternity, has elected Delta Sorority will provide a choral
Button '54, President. The next ish something up. Your script can
production
adds another first to
background with a Yuletide selecmeeting in the series will take be a solo act, a short skit (not over the theater history of State Col- three State College students to tion dating from the Middle Ages.
membership,
according
to
JoAnne
place on Wednesday, December 16,
lege, John Rich, son of. Dr. Rich Doyle, local President. Gloria MigThe idea of having a departof the English department, has theliore,
at 3:30 p.m., in Room 140, New
mental social evening for all English
Marvin
Chernoff
and
Sylvia
role of the son of Hector in the Semmler, Seniors, are the students majors was originated four or five
Draper. The resource person for
Trojan Women. We can't find who
soon be initiated and years ago. Two or three times
this group will be Rev. Maurice
any record of this being done be- Robertwill
Reinow,
Professor of Social each year the faculty and students
fore in regular session.
Murphy, according to Button.
Studies, and Mr. Clinton Roberts, of the English department cooperWe heard tell the other day Supervisor of Social Studies in theate in planning and carrying out
Canterbury Club sponsored a comthat D. and A. Council is plan- Milne School, are the new honorary such an evening.
bination Christmas party and spaFor each program a general
That shining- light you may ning to bring the Dublin Players faculty members elected to the
ghetti supper at St. Andrew's Epissometime in the Spring. This society.
theme is chosen, usually centering
see
in
the
halls
is
the
new
copal Church yesterday evening, reChristmas halo surrounding the group, while not as well known as Albany has been selected as the around some period of English litports Ruth Beetlestone '54, Presi- sparkling pate of Kenneth Robthe old Abbey Irish Players, iwho site for the regional Tau Kappa erature i such as Elizabethan or Old
dent. The Bishop of the Diocese of ert E. Lee Stilwell. In the true came to this college in the late Alpha
English) or some genre of literary
and Debate Con- writing
twenties i are reported to be just ference Discussion
(such as sonnets or balAlbany, the Right Reverend Fred- spirit of giving, "Stitch" (and
in
April,
1954.
About
26
lads).
erick L. Barry, attended this funche IS a stitch!) has donated his as good. They work on a bare colleges will enter this event.
tion, which climaxed the Club's hair for $6.50 to buy his girl- stage, using props only, these props
Following the main events of the
are supplied by the group who
activities for this first semester.
friend a present.
Medieval Christmas Program, there
sponsors them.
NEWS VV//7 Enter
will be an election of Sophomores
Promoter Piatt La Comb (now
Plans are to be formulated in the
and Graduate students to the standAnd that's it for this week.
near future for Canterbury Club's La "Razor"; Stitch has little use Don't forget the scripts for the CSPA Conference
ing enmmittee to work on subsesecond semester program. This for a comb in any form) collectAll College Revue.
quent English Evenings. Those
ed
the
donations
for
his
willing
program will include a series of
News Board has entered copies people elected will serve on the
Lenten i..eetings, s t a t e s M i s s martyr from the scalp-happy
of the State College News in the committee as long as they remain
Sayles-men,
plus
a
50c
commisBeetlestone.
annual Columbia Press Association at State College as English majors.
sion for himself.
College Newspaper contest, a n - This committee, as it stands now,
What a man won't do for a
nounces Joyce Surtes '54, Public Re- is as follows: Frances Hopkins,
girl! Some of them sell their
lations Editor.
John Laing, John Jacobus, Seniors;
blood, some shave their heads.
This contest is an annual affair Charles Beckwith, Nancy Evans,
And for a glittering bracelet
in which the News in previous Dolores Montalbano, and Joanne
on her arm, a girl might be able
The newly-organized Veteran's years, including the last year, has
to endure a glittering head on
Society at State College recently won a medalistic rating, the high- Moore, Juniors.
Other highlights of the evening's
her shoulder for a short while. elected their officers for this year, est award given. In March, memPierce and Newman Halls will
announces Robert Jennings'56, Pub- bers of the State College News Staff festivities Include refreshments and
Though
Stitch's
feat
(or
should
singing of Christmas carols. All
hold the!) annual Christmas dinlicity.
will attend the annual CSPA conmembers of the English
ners Wednesday evening, Brubacher we say "head"?) may seem unThe officers are as follows: Pres- ference in New York. Journalistic faculty
usual,
he
is
actually
following
a
on a night to be announced later.
ident, Robert Callender '57; Vice- ideas will be exchanged with rep- department, English majors, and
precedent . . . his own! He lost
President, Bradley Griffin '56; Sec- resentatives from other colleges in English minors (by special invitahis head, rather his hair, once
The Pierce Hall girls will dine
retory-Treasurer,
Robert Jennings discussion groups. The State Col- ton only) are welcome to attend.
before, in sixth grade. He isn't
by candlelight, with Mrs. Brimmer
Miss Colby and her committee
'56.
lege News will be reviewed and
as honored guest. After dinner, the afraid of catching a cold and
a very enjoyable evening
The Executive Committee is made receive constructive criticism from promise
says, "I haven't felt this good
girls will adjourn to their social
for all who participate in the Engup
of
the
following:
Herbert
Felassociates
of
Columbia
University.
since
the
time
I
ran
away
to
the
room for a party. Santa Claus
lish Evening.
ske '57, Alan Lewis '57, Geno Silcircus."
will be there to distribute the gifts
vestri
'57,
Lee
Johnson
'56
and
and caroling will follow. The party •
Mike Owens '55. This committee
is under the chairmanship of Ann
serves as the nucleus of the group
Vigilante '55, vice-president and
because some of the veterans are
Committees Discuss commuters,
social director of the dorm.
working, or for some
reason cannot spend much
Priests of the surrounding area Governmental Plans other
time on policy-making and other
will be guests at the Newman dinner, announces Norma Banfleld '54.
The Representative Government general functions.
There will be a meeting today
The dinner will be a semi-formal Committee, appointed by Student
affair ancl the girls will be enter- Council, had a joint meeting, ac- at 12:35 in Richardson, Room 20.
tained by short talks by each of cording to Mary Ann Johnpoll '55, The main business wlll be a disthe visiting priests.
Acting Secretary. At the joint cussion concerning the choice of
meeting, the main committee talked faculty advisors. There are meetover the plans formulated at the ings scheduled weekly at the same
Three State Graduates separate sub-committee gatherings. time and place. Today's meeting
A total of five different government will be the last one before Christmas vacation. All veterans are
Receive Commissions plans were discussed.
Various members expressed opin- urged to attend this meeting.
The Navy's Officer Candidate ions on the type of changes In the There are about one hundred
School, located at Newport, Rhode student government that would be veterans attending State College
Island, recently graduated its thir- most acceptable and beneficial to this year, about thirty of A horn
teenth class of former enlisted men Student Council several weeks ago are active in the Veteran's Society.
and commissioned them as Ensigns for the purpose of suggesting It is hoped that all veterans who
In the Naval Reserve. Included In changes In our present student gov- ran, wlll participate in the club,
the group of new officers are: En-ernment which would improve it. states Robert Jennings.
signs Jerome Benson, Gary L. Last year, a similar committee exLaGrange, and Donald E. Putter- isted, which was disbanded followman, all graduates of Stale Col- ing the vote in Assembly not to dislege.
continue compulsory assemblies. As
soon as all the government plans
Ensign Benson, of Woodbourne, and proposed changes are thorRice Bldg.
received his B.S. degree in Com- oughly discussed in committee, a
merce in 1953. Ensign LaGrange, report will be made before StuFine D r y Cleaning
of Kirkville, received his B.K. de-dent Council.
Tel. 62-1152
208 Quail St.
gree In Physics In 1053. LaGrange
was a member of Edward E. Potter
Club. Ensign Puttennan, a member of the Class of 195:1, received
Get Home S o o n e r and S u r e r . Weather and holiday traffic delays
his B.A. degree in English. Putcan't cut vacation time. The train trip with your crowd is part of
tennan is from Brooklyn, and was
the fun, too. So a r e those swell dining car meuls! And you can
a membei of Sigma Lambda Sigma.
safely stretch vacation's end to the very last party, yet still get
back to school on timet
Several religious clubs are planning Christmas parties for the holiday season. Inter-Varsity Christian
Fellowship is conducting a Bible
study series.
Dare-boldy Has
Close Shave
Veterans Elect
Dorms Schedule
Yuletide Dinners
ear s
Offiicers
for extra
holiday time...
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Felicia's
Beauty Salon
53-A NAT Lake Ave.
(Near Washington Ave.)
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1 9 9 3
fi&UMf 6m* •%• CtcUaiq*
ItOfOH
Warn**
*M«44c
Notu"
By DICK HANNIS
We didn't have to do much porWith the Winterlude this coming musical director and resumed acing this week before we found
something that we are sure will
Saturday, I thought it might be in- tivities with his own band.
be of Interest to State students.
teresting to find out something A r r a n g l n g a n d composlnj
Here It is, in toto, from the Uniabount the name band which is
versity Daily Kansan:
playing for it. The band is, of
Many of the finest musical arThere Is a tendency at the University for two students to fall in
course, Sy Oliver's, and Sy himself rangments heard on radio, telelove with each other, and since
has been kicking around the big v i s i o n a n d recordings have been
one of these may be a girl and the
name field for the past decade, created by Sy Oliver.
other a boy, it sometimes happens
So without further ado I'll give A
^ t e who
th
f
that they decide to get married.
you some of the information I dug
°_
Recognizing this situation, Kansas
experts on love and marriage have
up about Mr. Oliver and after read- c o m e t o S v f o r t n e l r orchestrations
prepared a quiz to show if two
ing it, see if you don't agree with are included: Frank Sinatra, Bing
people are really in love, believing
me that we've hired us quite a guy Crosby, Tommy Dorsey, Cab Callothat emotion is an essential to a
iormal hiS ^ " ^ ^ ^ C h r l S t m a S way, Connie Haines, King Cole, Tex
happy marriage.
Beneke, Joan Edwards, Johnny
Here are the questions:
Biography
Long, Art Mooney, Lionel Hampton,
1. Do you sit together at movies?
If you don't, It may be that you
Sy Oliver was bom in Zanes- Buddy Rich, Eileen Barton.
are drifting apart. On the other
ville, O h i o Mr. Oliver has also arranged
hand, the theater may be crowded.
While still a youngster, his Dad music for leading Broadway hit
2. Do you go out as often as
gave him a trumpet and started to mU slcals, including "Guys and
seven nights a week? If you do,
teach Sy the rudiments of music Dolls" and "Alive and Kicking."
it's possible that you're in love. It's
and trumpet playing
MARILYN DINARDO AS HICUBA
also' possible that you're going
Sy has also been active in Holsteady.
Sy left high school to Join the j
d
S o m e of t h
motion
ic _
3. Do you kiss each other goodthen-famous band of Zack White. t u r e s h e h a s d o n e
night? If you don't, there's no
While playing with that band, he
arrangements
great cause for alarm. Some peowas heard by Jimmy Lunceford. for include: "DuBarry Was A Lady,"
ple just don't like kissing. Besides,
Jimmy made Sy an offer and he "Girl Crazy," "Fascinatin' Rhythm,"
it's not sanitary.
joined
the band as a featured „ S n i A h „ , . L a s v
mMs„
4. Do you hold hands under the
trumpet player and arranger—
„, U11 , IL
^
table while eating in a restaurant?
If you do, this is a sure sign of
While in the above capacity, Mr.
love, although it does become dif- Student Union Board has ap- 'Continued from Page 1, Column 9)
Sy's fame as an arranger grew Oliver wrote arrangements
for
ficult to cut the steak.
pointed two new members and rae d e n ( . c h a r l e s B eckwith '55 present when"Tommy"
throughout theDorsly"
musicoffered
world him
and m a n y o f f i l m d o m . s t o p p e i . S O nali5. Do your parents approve? On replacement, according to Mary
'
the job as head arranger, Sy left ties, including Gene Kelly, Mickey
second thought, who cares? This Ann Reiling '54 Chairman
The a m o t l o n t o c l a y m A s s e m D l v t 0 Lunceford and joined TD—While in Rooney, Judy Garland, Eleanor
nmencl
Arthur
Lenni
quiz is not for
--- the
- — ,parents,
— - - . it's
--= ' s P i l o u s this capacity, Sy also conducted the Powell and Red Skelton.
m e m b e r S a r e Edear Allen and
new
for
youcase
andjier,
or him and you, Joan
_ members
are Mgai Allen
as the
may be.
DiCicco, Sophomores,
whoand
are m o t i o t l | fco t h e e f f e c t t h a t a s s e m b l i e s "Endorsed by Dorsey" radio proAmong the many hit songs which
the
'
"
'
"""
' *
"
"" be compulsory until such time as S * E L ? » ! ! L ! 2 ? J^PL??**
6. Do you have common inter- replacing Robert Betscha and Mary the n^e'wTorm^of'government b^put M u t u a l Network for 36 weeks
Sy Oliver has composed are: "Yes
ests? Give some thought to this Brezny, Sophomores, who now as- m t o operation.
Taint What
After a four-year stint in the Indeed," "Opus One,
question. Do you both knit, play
the positions of members exArmy, Sy joined Decca Records as You Do," "For Dancers Only,"
poker, smoke cigars, use Toni, etc.? sume
A
long
discussion
between
Marvin
"We'll Get It," "Dream of You."
-_
Dixon '55 will re- c h e r n o f f , M E c U t o r o f t h e
7. Can you agree
about financial o .f f lccel ° P_r aThomas
Primet<
nk
problems? This question involves PBPfl aace
,
LoTrugho
55
on
the
a n d s e v e r a l C o u n c i l m e mbers, reRecording
money, which is good to have some ° a r d sulted in a motion by Robert
Among Sy Oliver's many achieve0f,
, t u I f rU d u n > t . u h T a n y a n d
Several Junior tryouts are need- Betscha '56, to permit Primer to ask
ments is the fact that he is musineither
does she t h a t s tough.
Student Association for an addie d a s w e l l n s m o r e f r e s h m a n t rycal director for Decca Records. In
8 When conversing over the tele- o u t s
tryouts are
- -grant
"
— to cover the
of «$250.
Meetings
for
a r e tional
that capacity, Sy arranges the
phone, do you exchange pleasant c o n d u c t e c l every Sunday night in cost of the additional printing of
music and conducts that orchestra
greetings? Saying, "Oh, it's you, t n e g 0 V e m m e n t r 0 0 m at Brubacher copies to cover increased enrollfor Decca's top-flight talent, inya
\ i m ™ , W h a t t h e £f ck a r e Hall, at 7 p.m., to which all inter- ment, a new type of cover, and an
cluding : Bing Crosby, Dick Haymes,
you doing? is not considered a e s t e d students are invited, states increased number of pages,
Don Cherry, Ellien Wilson, Ink
sign of affection.
Mi
ReilinK
Spots, Dolores Gray, Evelyn Knight,
9. Does your lover flirt with memThe agenda for the Assembly toElla Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong,
bers of the opposite sex? The one The new members of SUB will day was set as follows: Motion
Arthur Prysock, Ethel Merman, Ray
and only may be looking for some- help to govern and enforce the from Primer, discussion of Arthur
Bolger, Danny Kaye, Hildegarde,
thing better. Give him or her a rules in the lounge, snack bar, game Lennig's motion regarding compulRoberta Lee, Jeri Southern, Mills
set. of blinders for Christmas, if room, and all the activities rooms in sory assembly, a report from Ath
Brothers.
t h e a n s w e r is " y e S . "
tthe
hP R
t . l l r t f i n k TTTTnlnn
hpv m
i l l asn s . letic
I p H n Association,
AccnrinHnn M
i n o r a l announcennnnnnm
general
Student
UUnion. TThey
will
10. When you have been separated sume their duties immediately
ments, and a Christmas program,
The Creation of a Style
for a long time, do you miss the
if time permits.
one in question? If you still beAnd what a style it is—Originallieve you love each other after six New Cadet Teachers
Under new business Dominick
ly
created for Jimmy Lunceford;
years apart, the chances are it's
De Chico, freshman representative,
Sy Oliver's "two beat" style is
real.
moved that Student Council accept
Meet
For
Briefing
copied by many of the country's
And that's the test for true love.
the quorum recently set by the
outstanding dance bands.
If you answered all 10 questions Seniors and Graduate Students freshman class, that of 65, and it
"yes" you cheated. If you answered ire requested to heed the follow- was so voted.
However, none can imitate the
"yes" to five or six questions, it's ing announcements. They are remaster
love. If you answered "yes" to leased by James E. Cochrane, InVera Kuharsky '55 will be anonly one or two, see your psy structor "in English and Elmer C. nouncing departing train schedules
The wonderful sound and rhythchiatrist.
Mathews, Director of the Student a n d rates today in Assembly, it was
mic feeling created by Sy is best
Now for a few choice quotes from placement Bureau.
SY OLIVER
noted in Council.
captured within his own orchestra.
college papers around the country.
From the Missouri Miner: A man
There will be a meeting for all
is as good as he has to be; a worn- second semester English Teachers,
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an is as bad as she dares.
Wednesday at noon in the Little
From The Bona Venture: Silence. Theattre in the Milne High School.
More silence.
It will be an Orientation meeting
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS. FRIDAY. DECEMBER II. 1 0 9 3
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PATRONIZE OUR
Those crowds in the
SNACK BAR came to eat
Why don't you join them?
ADVERTISERS
Gerald Drug Co.
>17 Western Ave.
Albany, N. T,
Fh*M •-MM
State Cagers Aim For Second Straight Triumph
In Tilt With New Paltz Tomorrow Night In Page Gym
Qiomjlk*
Sidelines.
By BOB ASHFIELD
If all the basketball courts around
the circuit which the Peds will play
on this winter had the same dimensions as that of our own Page
hardwood, there would be no doubt
as to State's superior team. Coach
Hathaway's men could even go as
far as to go through the rest of
the season undefeated, with their
greatest test, as we see it, coming
from Plattsburg State.
Just to verify this statement, let
us look at the past records of
State—at home and on the road.
Last year State lost 2 games at
home, one to Maritime Academy,
and one to Pratt. On the road they
lost some 7 games. The previous year, State lost only one at
Page, that being the first game of
the year, again to Maritime, while
losing 6 on other courts. There is
no need to delve further into the
records, as all the results are similar to those stated.
It is true that playing on a home
court generally results in the addition of a couple of wins to the
books due to playing on a familiar
court. But when a team holds such
an impressive home record, some
other factor must be the cause. If
we look back over some of the
games that State lost last year,
we see that State lost by one point
in New Haven on their big court,
while they turned them back here
decisively. State bowed to the
Utica Tangerines in an overtime
tilt there last year, while winning
easily at home—they, too, had a
respectable size court. Other results can be cited that point to the
fact that State's grammar school
gym is their toughest opponent. No
team can be expected to do well
on a larger court when they are
accustomer to a small one—and
through the campaign just take notice of how the Peds stack up
against their opposition at home
and on the road.
To consider the same problem
through another angle—the spectators—we doubt if very much has
has to be said on this. It is impossible to sit in the bleachers and
watch a game without having to
use your imagination to overcome
the blind spots set up by those
pillars. It is needless to say that
a better representation of Albany
fans would frequent the games if
we had an adequate court both for
the players and the spectators, because they would. Comments from
various Albanians confirm this.
To say that we need a new Kytn
would be the understatement of the
decade. So, since State is in the
process of expansion with respect
to annexes, coursess of study, and
general facilities, why can't our
which for a gym be given some
consideration at least?
Maybe if we are real good, Santa
Claus would put a plan in our
Christmas stocking.
j£ Aumieb
One
ALBANY
Centra
Aliasio
Smith, S
Stark
Walker
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Shea
Sayers, l>
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1 7
7
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1 7
Total
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15 71
Joe's Barber Shop
With intramural basketball entering its second week of play,
many teams are already showing
mid-season form.
In loop action last week, the
power-laden Potter Club "nosed"
out Sayles 64-19. The game proved
to be nothing more than a practice session for the State Street
boys. Erv Horawitz had 14 for the
victors, while Fred Willis hooped
in 10 for the Sayles team.
APA in Easy Victory
APA took their opener by handing the Vets a 53-21 trouncing.
Jim Bennet paced the attack for
the frat men with 17. Hank Midler's nine represented the best effort for the Vets.
"Apathetic" was the word as the
Soccomen handed the Apathetics a
64-29 lacing in Wednesday's other
affair. Individual scoring honors
of the .game went to the Soccomen's
Al Rocklein with 17 and the Apathetics' Bob Sinkledam with 13
markers.
In Saturday's final game Jack
Hughes and Bob Smith led SLS to
their first victory of the young season by defeating Van Derzee 66-29.
Smith had 18 and Hughes 16. Ron
Ganslow scored 13 for the losers.
The easiest, victory of the day was
gained by the Indians as they were
awarded a forfeit over Ridge.
In a lowscoring tussle played last
weekend, the Apaches found themselves on the short end of a 33-26
score against the Pinks. Sam
Krchniak was the only player able
to hit double figures as he found
the range for 11 points.
Booters Invincible Thus Far
The men from Hilltop were handed their second defeat of the season Monday at the hands of the
Booters. The soccermen, switching uniforms for the season, are
proving to be as proficient in the
loop game as on the soccer field.
Eill Lindberg, star of the Booters' first game, conceded .scoring
honors to brother John with 17
points. Charlie Thibault's 10 was
high for the Hilltoppers.
In the closest battle of the week,
KB edged the Rousers 38-37. Abe
Blattman again led KB, this time
with 23. Hank Berleth sink 13 for
the losers.
The Finks came up with their
second victory of the season by defeating the Apathetics 56-30. The
only consolation the Apathetics got
was that Bob Sinkledam was the
game's high scorer with 19. Len
Davis sparked the Finks with 14.
Cortland Conferees
Hear Swedish Speaker
Representing State College's WAA
at Cortland's Athletic Organization
conference will be Zoe Anna Laurie
'55 and Essie Goldstein '56, with
Edna Stanley '55 as delegate at
large. The conference will have as
its theme "College Athletic Associations, A Medium for Recreation and
Human Understanding." Featured
at the conference will be a workshop on Swedish gymnastics, under the direction of Miss Elizabeth
Simpson.
The American Red Cross will hold
a lil'esaviim I'linic tomorrow at the
Albany Academy at 1(1. Waterfront
activities and organized games will
be stressed. Anyone interested in
attending is urged to show up.
We Aim T*
The State College hoop squad will be attempting to get
their organization further on the victory trail tomorrow
night when they clash with the highly-rated New Paltz "5."
The Statesmen began their skein last week with a scintillating 72-to-71 triumph over Willimantic State Teachers of
Connecticut. If the saying "It takes the champions to win
the close ones" is true, the Hathaway men bear observation
for championship material. The Hathawaymen are now
sporting a one-win, one-loss record, having dropped their
opener to RPI.
Last week's clash was a real thriller of the Frank Merriwell degree, the outcome being decided by a pair of free
throws with one second remaining. Nels LaRoe earned a
Pictured
"hero" of
week, when
of his foul
to go.
above is Nels LaRoe,
the State victory last
he made good on both
shots with one second
IM Keglers Off
To Fast Start;
Tight Race Seen
Hoopsters Sport
Brilliant Records
With further
school files of
hoopsters, many
den records are
digging into high
the Albany State
splendid and hidbrought out.
great share of the State laurels by
coolly notching the game-winning
conversion.
State Led At End of First Canto
The contest, a real squeaker down
to the final gun, was hard fought
all
. the
. way.
.. - ,State,
, _ behind
, T the
.
sharpshooting of LaRoe and John
Ce tra
» ' JumPed ^ an ea,r'y,le^
which they pushed to a 19 to 14
margin at the end of the quarter.
_
„ .,,, ,
. . . . . .
The
Willie
s
retaliated
ine r lthe
s e c o n d s t a n z a a n d tu m d t h e
, <;
P od
int0 a n
a ld tu k
'P '
° battle waged
between LaRoe, Centra, Walker,
a n d Co
, - against the Watson Shea,
a n d Sa ers
y
combination of Connecticut. The intermisssion tally
showed State trailing their opponents 35 to 39.
„ , . , , ,
The
third period saw the visitors
cut loose
behind the aggressive ati&ck
of
Lamb
and Shea to take a
6 0 t o 54 l e a d
entering the finale.
F i n a , Q u a r t c r I s see-Saw Affair
The files of Goshen High School
show the brilliant performances of
an all-around athlete. Four years
each of football, basketball, and
track constitute the splendid record
Intramural bowling got off to a of Bill "Hiram" Walker. Bill now
fast start Tuesday with four teams dons
an for
Albany State basketball
uniform
his fourth and final
able to gain shutouts over their season.
opponents.
The veteran bowlers finding their
The lone freshman able to make
arms a little weary after a season's layoff, nevertheless came up the big jump to varsity basketball
with fairly good scores. Many men, in his first year of college is John
bowling lor the first time, showed Rookwood. John, who has had four
great promise. The two groups— years oi high school hoop expertveterans and beginners—should form ence, hails from Mt. Kisco, N. Y.
a league which will prove tight in High school fans also saw John
competition.
perform on the baseball diamond
Our heroes threw a scare Into the
Tom Shumanski and Joe Duran, for four seasons.
.„ e _a v e _. , partisan crowd by remaining scorethe two IM bowling league officers, L al. ..l a n s w111
f
P
Stark l e s s f01. t n e i n i t i a l f o u r m l n u t e s of
paced the league with 516 and 497 . f. ,.
in his first year for the Albany t n e f m m e
Tn
b
to
roll
triples respectively.
State hardwood players Dave, a w l t n
m u r d e r o u s attack in midTom's games of 169, 167, and 180 transfer student, has had two pre, d tQUched „ b
free n e a v e
led his SLS squad to a 4-0 victory vious years of college basketball. b L a R o e
Tne j
crowd
of
over Sayles. In pinnage, it was While at Lakewood High, Dave had s t a t e r o o t e r s ^ n b r e a t h i n g easier
SLS 2359, Sayles 1987. Single game two years of varsity basketball f
tnis
th
watcned
the
honors for the match, as well as glove
Spring infound
his hand.
Dave with
To ahis
baseball
three Pthree
e d s k minutes
n o t t h e sremaining.
c o r e a t 65_aH
witn
Dazzling
the league, went to John Zidik, who years on the diamond Dave also p l a y b y t n e s t a t e hoopsters kept
rolled a 194.4 Fred Willis' 448 rep- added a year of volleyball.
tnem
i n t l l e CO ntest against an
resented the best effort by the Another eager who enters his ever-aggressive Willie quintet. Page
men of Partridge Street.
fourth year of basketball under Hall gym was the scene of a minor
APA. paced by Ted Duprey's the reign of Coach Hathaway is pandemonium a few minutes later
opening game of 183 and Joe John Aliasio from White Plains, as the score was again tied at 70
Duran's high triple, downed the N. Y. John's experience in varsity to 70. Then, with one second reHilltop keglers 2255-1843. Duran's sports previous to college was 11m- maining, Nels stepped to the penalty
games were 182, 156, and 159. Joe ited to a year of J.V. basketball, stripe to cut the nets with a pair
Swierzowski's 184 single and two- However, he did excel in softball, of free flips awarded him on a
game total of 327 led the men from football, and volleyball while par- double foul. Ron Sayers, with one
ticipating in the IM program of successful penalty toss awarded him
College Heights.
on the double foul, wrapped up the
The Rousers made it a complete White Plains High.
Further records of varsity hoop- victory for Albany. Any chance
sweep over Potter Club by splitting
the maples for 1984 as against 1866 sters will be published in following of a last-second decision was
squelched by a fall freeze by State.
by the State Streeters. Bill Small s '.ssues.
441 triple led the Rouser victory,
while Bruce Marsh had 415 for the
Potter men.
College Heights was caught on
the short end of an 1851-1175 triple
MAKE THAT LAST MINUTE
against Van Derzee Hall. A 454
total by Dave Borden was the best
score turned in by the College
SHOPPING LESS PAINFUL
Heights bowlers.
The only deadlock occurred between the Apaches and Crabs. The
Apaches won two games, but were
beaten in total pins 1858-1825. Bob
Inglis' 424 for the Apaches and
John Wilson's 410 lor the Crabs
rounded out the top performers for
the opening week.
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STATE COLLEGE MEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1953
Music Council
Sponsors Movie
Music Council will sponsor a
movie in color and sound, entitled
"Story of Scherezade," by the Russian composer Nicholas RimskyKorsakov, Thursday, January 14, at
7:30 p.m. in Page Auditorium, according to Madelyn Meier '54, President. The film will star the
Hollywood performers Brian Donlevy and Yvonne DeCarlo, and is
based on a collection of Oriental
tales in the book "One Thousand
and One Nights."
Admission to this show is by
Student Tax card. The movie is
actually part of a program of two
films, based upon musical motifs,
which Music Council is sponsoring.
Another movie will be shown during the second semester.
This film program has been
made possible by the transfer of
a line in the budget of Music
Council, and is designed to arouse
more interest among the student
body in Classical and Art music,
states Miss Meier.
Vacuity 4oot*Qtu I Chairman Names Vacation Train STATE Poets
Will Run At
Win Awards
Dr. Vivian C. Hopkins, Assistant Fair Committees
Professor of English, will read a
The National Poetry Association
Committee heads for the Annual
paper at the American Literature
Reduced
Rotes
of Los Angeles, California, recently
State
Pair
to
be
held
March
13
section of the Modern Language
Association In Chicago, Wednesday,
December 30, on the subject, "Francis Bacon, Symbol of Genius in
the American Renaissance." Dr.
Hopkins is also a member of the
Committee on Research Activities
of the American Literature group.
Mr. Arthur Jones, Acting Coordinator of Field Services, was
moderator for a panel discussion
in Brewster High School on December 3. The panel, part of a
career day sponsored by the Putnam County Guidance Association,
had as its topic: "Low-Cost Education Opportunities in New York
State." On December 1, Mr. Jones
moderated a panel at Katonah
High School, sponsored by the
Northern Westchester Guidance Association. The topic was: "Teaching as a Career."
this year have been released by
Ronald Koster '55, General Chairman;;... Proceeds of the event will
go into the Foreign student Scholarship Fund, Koster discloses.
The Secretarial Committee will
be headed by Carol Lynes '57.
Patricia Atwood '56, Frank LoTruglio and Ricnarct Persico, Juniors.
David Brown '54 will be the Treasurer.
There will be a special student
train "to New™ York "city, "and a
student bus to Binghamton leaving
after school closes next Friday, reP o r t s V e r a Kuharsky '55.
The special train for New York
city will leave Union Station in
Albany,
December
at
2:27 p.m.Friday,
and arrive
in 18,
Grand
Central Station at 5:15 p.m. The
fare has been reduced to $8.05 for
the round trip, which is a saving
of $3.06 on the regular rate.
Publicity will be handled by Har- ,JL^*mr™F^^Z*?
announced that the
following
poems, written by students of our
college, have been accepted for publication in the Annual Anthology of
College Poetry; "The Sea Breathes
Slender," by Theodore Rieck '54:
"In Answer," by Judy Vimmersteadt
'56; and "The Bridge," by Arlene
Alexander '57.
The Anthology is a compilation of
the finest poetry written by the college students of America, representing every section of the country.
Selections were made from thouS sands of poems submitted.
commute.. O K . Kom.no.ski '55 • "All
„ " students
• « £ > interested
™ " 5 £ " in
* ' taking
.
will be in charge of prizes. The
Faculty Co-ordinator will be The- either the bus or train should sign
their names to the lists posted on
resa Barber '56.
the Student Council Bulletin Board
Plans are being made to have a in Husted Hall. The special stusurprlse Opening Show this year, dent trains and buses always make
The Fair will feature concessions their triDs wtih a minimum of
by all organizations on campus, stops, in addition to charging
states Koster.
cheaper rates.
A limited edition of the Annual
Anthology of College Poetry is being printed. Copies are available
to studentss, teachers, and libraries,
to students, teachers, and libraries,
Prospective subscribers should enclose one dollar for each copy, and
mail this, together with their names,
addresses, and a notation of college
attended.
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