' ,; 81V; PAGE 4 STATE C O L L E G E N E W S . FRIDAY, S E P T E M B E R Thirty Upperclassmen Turn Out For Start Of Soccer Campaign Swiff Scufi We noticed a young looking guy at frosh camp and we couldn't figure out whether h e was an older frosh or a transfer student. The good looking individual struck us as a nice easy-going guy. It came as quite a pleasant surprise to us when Richard Sauers w a s introduced at dinner as the new addition to the Physical Education department and coach of State's basketball and baseball teams. Later as we approached t h e navy vet for an interview and from our talks with a few of the varsity athletes he'll coach, we found out our judgments of Coach Sauers were all true. The young Slippery Rock Graduate (Class of '51) and P e n n State Graduate (Class of '55) is the kind of guy you c a n approach to talk to, feeling at ease and knowing that if you ever have troubles with the game you c a n sit down and talk it over with h i m . To quote a varsity eager, "he's a young guy with good ideas." From all of us concerned with sports around State, Coach, it's a hearty welcome—and we wish you and the "Sauersmen" all the luck in the world. who have any interest at all to get out there and place your name on Garcia's growing list of candidates. Even if you've had no high school experience it's no reason to sit on the sidelines if there is any potential in you. In digging through old scoop sheets of the soccer squad we've noticed many top notch hooters actually got their start at the game at Beverwyck under Garcia's tutelage. There's only one way t'o show the Coach and yourself whether it's in you or not and that's to get out there and find out. Garcia also h a s a n appeal out for men to become managers and publicity men for the squad. The importance of publicity men should not be under-estimated as no team can gain a following without men to spread the word of their feats. For managers there's also a big prize in store for your efforts as they are eligible for the coveted varsity "S" letter. Eight Missing From Garcia s Previous Team With eight big booters missing from last year's powerful soccer squad, Coach Joe Garcia stopped scratching his head early this week and began putting a group of a p proximately thirty upper class candidates through daily workouts. A few new frosh reported but Garcia expects to see more after the registration and freshman tests are over. Lindbergs Out Heading the list of those familiar faces State fans will not be seeing this year are John and Bill Lindberg — the Ail-American Soccer brothers. Bill donned the graduation LOOK WHAT I GOT, DEAN. Dean Hartley and Bud Smith look cap and gown last June while John Little Mascot was lost for academic reasons. In on as Horace Crandall brings in a boat at Men's Frosh Camp. John's case—State's loss is Rome's In case some of you soccer folgain as the younger Lindberg will lowers are wondering who the dark Penn State Graduates: be kicking them for the western complexioned little kid with the school this season. Last year's other brown shorts and white T-shirt is graduates included Don Canonica stopping those soccer balls at the Soccer Begins and Ralph Adams—a couple of topAt present all the State sports post, he's none other than Ken notch booters. In the case of anenthusiasts are ready to witness the Flories whose back for another seaother pair — Phil Billings and Al opening soccer game of the year. It son with t h e booters. At the rate Rocklien—it was a case of Uncle certainly must have been a long Ken's going now he's going to be Sam intervening while the loss of rough summer on Coach Joe Gar- quite an asset to any team he may The Physical Education staff be- season. S a u e r s ' athletic ability is not cia as h e waited to see what sort play for. Watch for him before and came enlarged by one recently when limited to t h e cage game however Bob Liermoe and John Pengelly was of team h e could salvage from last during time outs at State's opener. Richard Sauers began his duties as as evidenced by S.R.'s tennis and due to academic reasons. year's powerful team which was torn You'll see what we mean. instructor at State. Sauers, a prod- baseball scorebooks. Bonesteel Captain apart by three "S's"—senior, service Varsity Status? uct of Irwin, Pennsylvania, will also Joins Navy Heading t h e list of those availand studies. As it turned out the For all you bowlers and wrestlers assume the job as coach of varsity After completing his four year able for m u c h soccer action this score read 3-2-3 respectively. The basketball and baseball. and all others—look for the kegling stay t h e r e he traded his c a p a n d year a r e C a p t a i n Bill Bonesteel a n d picture seems to be getting a little and grappling games to become Graduate of Slippery Rock gown for t h a t of a navy uniform. All-State Honorable Mention T i t o brighter daily however as last year's State's fourth and fifth varsity An u n d e r g r a d u a t e of Slippery Lt. J r . G r a d e Sauers continued his Guglielmone. Several others who vets and a flock of upperclassmen status sports this year. You track- Rock T e a c h e r s College, h e g r a d u a t - basketball playing as he coached drew s t a r t i n g positions at one time have begun getting the kinks out men also will be pleasantly surpris- ed from t h e Pennsylvania school in a n d played for t h e men in blue. or a n o t h e r t h r o u g h o u t the season of their arms and legs after a long ed to hear- track will be run on a 1951. While a t Slippery Rock h e After serving forty months with are Al Lederman, Ev Weiermiller, summer lay-off. club basis this year and may hit played four years of varsity hoop, Uncle S a m , h e then returned to his "Rebel" Hockmuth, Hollis Tibitts being elected c a p t a i n in his final home state, enrolling as a s t u d e n t a n d Ed Jones. J o n e s is the booter At this point we'd like to urge all varsity status next season. of P e n n State. T h e Class of '55 lists who showed very much promise a s the young bachelor as one of their a Sophomore a n d r e t u r n s co S l a t e long list of graduates. after leaving a semester. Hathaway to Coach J.V.'s Merlin H a t h a w a y , Director of Scott Transfers Another m a n of experience t h a t Physical Education, will continue his basketball m e n t o r s h i p as head of the G a r c i a m e n will have is G e n e State's J.V. cagers while Sauers a s - Scott, a transfer from Hamilton. O t h e r s out to help a t t e m p t to sumes his new responsibilites. duplicate or better last year's fine 5-3-2 record are F r a n Nancetti, Bill Mason, Bill Gropp, Eric Kippert, Paul Dammer, Wendell Borden, W a r r e n D u n h a m , Wayne Harvey, Paul Sloand, T o m Morgan, Carl Joe Garcia, coach of soccer a t Maxson, Bob Backer, Leo Legault, soccer a t State, once again h a s put Don Butler, R a y Castillo, Ira Goldout the call for all those interested stein, Bob Bailey, Nils Briska, Bob to try out for soccer. Besides the Davidson, Larry Culver, Eric Buck, need for players Garcia finds h i m - Bill Phi tier a n d Wendell Fowler. self without a n adequate n u m b e r Scrimmage Williams of m e n to handle the managerial T h e squad itself, p u t through two and publicity end of the squad. workouts daily prior to the s t a r t of Workouts arc held daily from yesterday's classes will somewhat four to .six a n d lockers will be issu- unofficially open their season t o ed to all those interested. Experi- morrow as they travel to Williams ence in t h e game is not necessary. for a scrimmage tilt. Last year t h e Follow the lead of your Upperclassmen...Use "If you have the interest, we have teachers played the Williams squad the patience," states Garcia. "As of to a 4-4 tie as Al Lederman, Al Barnes & Noble COLLEGE OUTLINE SERIES] now all positions are wide open." Roeklein and J o h n Lindberg a c He also stresses the importance counted for all four goals. and t h e need of managers a n d also T h e Peds officially open their asks those interested to report to c a m p a i g n October 1 as they take him. This year likewise Garcia h a s on F o r d h a m on a road trip. They need for publicity men. r e t u r n to play R P I a t Troy on O c tober 6 and then open a t home in a tilt with Plattsburg. Sauers Joins Physical Education Staff As Cage, Diamond Coach THE CO-OP s H O P SAYS \ I / S A V E Welcome WE ARE OPEN: 8:45 - 4:30 9:00 - 12:30 WEEK DAYS SATURDAYS Resolution . COME IN & BROWSE for Pennants — Banners — Books State College Jewelry — Paper — Sweat Shirts W Garcia Issues Call For Players, Aides School Supplies Lamps FROM n Discount On Books Given For Cash Sept. 22 v Sept. 28 (Continued from Page 1, Column 5J his n a m e to be brought up for consideration to t h e legislature for replacement. RESOLVED, t h a t meetings of the legislature be open to all o t h e r m e m b e r s of S t u d e n t Association as non-voting participants. RESOLVED, t h a t all nominations a n d elections bo absentee, unless o t h e r a r r a n g e m e n t s are made at the p a r t i c l u l a r time bv the president of S.A. RESOLVED, t h a t on petition of 200 m e m b e r s of the S t u d e n t Association, or a t the discretion of the president of S.A., there shall be an assembly of the association, at which each member present will have a vote. RESOLVED, t h a t special n o n compulsory, non-business meetings of assembly of the association. RESOLVED, that at the beginning of the second semester, the legislative power of the association will be revested in the assembly of the association. Beverwyck Scene of Tilts For the benefit of all new frosh and transfers the scene of State's home soccer games is Beverwyck Field. T h e October 8 home opener will also mark the first a p p e a r a n c e of the Varsity Cheerleaders. Schedule Date Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Opponent l\ I li 8 VI 15 1!) Tl •il M 5 12 Williams Fordham III* I llillyer I'laUsburg Gcneseo Union Midillcliury Adelphl Oswego 1). of Bridgeport I'unzer Place Away Away Away Home Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Home President W e i comes Frosh A t Reception State 23, 1955 ews /TT« Z.460 ALBANY, Reception1;Line Includes Students, Members Of The Administration N E W YORK, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER H ' *>**w*nii VOL. 30, 1955 X L NO. 15 rtc C CZiinrninnc d Assembly W i l l Consider O - _ . "_ . _ • _ C ' i r/rsr Proposed Resolution Today rganiZe u V U U I . Today in assembly t h e s t u d e n t body will be able to discuss a n d vote on the resolution introduced in last week's assembly. This proposal is m a d e necessary by the closing of Page Hall for renovation beginning October 1. T h e resolution is as follows : Whereas, the present constitution of the S t u d e n t Association vests t h e legislative power of the association in the h a n d s of the assembly of t h e association, Whereas, Page Hall auditorium, t h e only meeting place available for t h e assembly of the association, will not, be available for regular assemblies from October 1 to J a n u a r y 1, it is therefore, Resolved, t h a t for the first s e m ester of the academic year 1955-56, t h e legislative power of t h e association be vested in the h a n d s of t h e following: the president, vice-president, secretary, and p a r l i a m e n t a r i a n of S t u d e n t Association who shall be t h e officers of the legislative body; one member of each organization receiving support from the budget with the exception of S t u d e n t C o u n cil and Myskania; 15 members from each class, freshman members to be elected a t the time of their regular fall elections. Resolved, t h a t Myskania members and S t u d e n t Council members, with the exception of the officers of S t u d e n t Association, shall be non-voting members of the legislature. Resolved, that two unexcused a b sences on the part of any voting member of the legislature will cause his n a m e t o be brought up for consideration to the legislature for r e placement. Resolved, t h a t meetings of t h e legislature be open to all o t h e r members of Student Association as non-voting participants. Resolved, t h a t all nominations and elections be absentee, unless other a r r a n g e m e n t s are made a t t h a t particular time by the presid e n t of SA. Resolved, t h a t on petition of 200 members of the Student Association, or at the discretion of the president of SA, there shall be an assembly of the association, a t which each member present will have a vote. Resolved, t h a t .special n o n - c o m - Editor Solicits Directory Staff Helene Shair '56, Editor of flu' State College Directory, reports that there will be a meeting of all those interested in working on the Directory, tomorrow a t 11 a.m. in Brubacher Hall. All those win) would like to s u b mil, entries lor the cover of I he Directory are urged lo have them in by Wednesday, October 12. The dimensions of the cover must be •1', " wide and 7 V long, T h e cover should also carry I he Senior colors yellow and while. "N.Y.S.C.T. Directory" and the college year (1955-561 must also appear. All e n tries must be submitted to Miss Shair via Student Mail. These entries will be Judged by a committee consisting of both faculty and students. A copy of last year's cover will be posted on the Student Council bullet in board to serve as a guide for (.hi.-, year's cover. This Directory will contain the names, addresses and phone numbers of all State's s t u d e n t s this year. U , U , I J Tonight in the lower lounge at Brubacher the administration and student leaders will officially welcome the class of '59. The Junior Guides will escort the freshmen to the Annual President's Reception as the concluding feature of the guide program. The receiving line will be headed by Dr. Evan R. Collins > President of the College, and Mrs. Collins, followed by Oscar E. Lanford, Dean of the College, and Mrs. Lanford. The line will also include: Nancy Schneider and Joseph Taggart, Co-Chairmen of Junior Guides; Robert , Betscha '56, President of Student Association, Sara Jane Duffy, President of the Class of '57; and Sigmund Smith, President of the Class of '56. The receiving line will i n clude more s t u d e n t s this year in contrast to last year's almost exclusive administration line. Gremlin Pro/ecf pulsory, non-business meeting of the assembly of t h e association m a y be B r u b a c h e r Hall will be t h e scene called from time to time by the of t h e first d a n c e sponsored by t h e president of the association. f r e s h m a n class, a n n o u n c e Marjorie Resolved, t h a t a t t h e beginning of the second semester, the legisla- Kelleher a n d Joseph Kelly, Seniors, tive power of t h e association will be class g u a r d i a n s . T h e "Beanie Ball" revested in the assembly of the will be held tomorrow night from 8 association. to 11 p.m. in t h e m a i n dining room of t h e dormitory. To avoid overcrowding, t h e freshmen will be received alphabetically according to t h e s u r n a m e s of their guides. They will meet the President a t the following times: A - G from 3 to 8:30 p.m.; H - P from 8:30 to 9 p.m.; and Q-Z a t 9 p.m. Faculty and G r a d u a t e s t u d e n t s are also i n vited to attend. Music for t h e dance will be pro- Debate Council vided by Clyde Payne's Pedcats. Informal dress is recommended for Receives Frosh;the evening. General c h a i r m a n is J o h n Yager C o m m i t t e e s coordinated under Names Coach '59. the general c h a i r m a n a r e : publicity, Debate Council will hold its first function of the year in a reception for freshmen and any upperclassmen who are interested in debate, discussion, a n d other forensic ac tivities. T h e reception will be held on Wednesday, from 7 to 9 p.m. in £ e _ u p p e r ^ " S . 0 ! ? ™ ^ * !r. All those who are interested are invited to a t t e n d . T h e new debate coach this year is Mr. Clyde Reeves, formerly of t h e University of Illinois and St. Lawrence University. T h e new officers of Debate Council this year a r e : Phyllis Lyeth '56, President; Richard Clifford '57, Vice-President; Barbara Salvatore '56, Recording Secretary; Judy Vimmerstedt '56, Corresponding Secretary; a n d Shirley Allen '57, T r e a s urer. Members of the Council are Theresa Barber, Emilie Vavra, Phyllis Bialow, J e a n Hageny, and S a n d r a Schecter, Seniors. Tail K a p p a Alpha, the National Forensic Honorary Society, has elected t h e following new officers: Phyllis Bialow '56, President, and Richard Clifford '57, SecretaryTreasurer. T h e purposes of Debate Council arc to promote debate on this campus and to facilitate friendly competition with other colleges. Deb ( U e C o u n c i l a l s 0 n c t s i n .,„ l l d v i s ory capacity to high school debate groups. 'fan K a p p a Alpha promotes inter. sts in speech among the students of the college, and to stimulate a c livify in national and regional tourn a m e n t s of the fraternity, and to foster a respect for, and an appreciafion of. freedom of speech as a vilal element of democracy. chainmanned by Robert Fox; e n t e r t a i n m e n t , J a m e s Owens; and Nancy Wilson; decorations, G r u n n a Cohen; refreshments, Patricia Ireland; n a m e tags, David Yausd, freshmen. A d m i t t a n c e to t h e dance is r e stricted to t h e Class of '59. PRESIDENT COLLINS Eleven New Members Serve On College Faculty For 55-56 Year Eleven new members have joined the faculty r a n k s for the coming year. Eight of these are on the College faculty while three m e m bers a r e on the"Milne School staff. Clyde Reeves, Assistant Professor of English, is also the new Debate Coach. Reeves received his B.A. in Radio Speech and an M.A. in Speech from Temple University in Philadelphia. Previously, Reeves t a u g h t a t St. Lawrence University. Another addition to the English D e p a r t m e n t is Harold F. Zindell. Zindcll received his B.A. from Centre College of Kentucky and his M.A. from T e a c h e r s ' College, Columbia University. A native of Brooklyn, Zindell was an E d u c a tional Advisor with the Air Force in London. He h a s also served as a teacher a n d Dean of S t u d e n t s at file C e n t r a l High School in Bushy P a r k near London. Replacing Miss C a t h e r i n e E. Newbold, Assistant Professor of Social Studies, who was awarded a Fullbright S c h o l a r s h i p to Holland, is Donald E. Leidel. Leidel received his B.A. from Wayne University in D e troit a n d his M.A. from the University of Michigan. Prior to his n p p o i n t m e n t a t Slate, Leidel had a Blue Jays Poised To Snatch Green Gremlins Into Diversified Activities Eager eyes are now focused on a big day at Slate College- Activities Day, S a t u r d a y , October 8. Come prepared for a confusing, crazy, mixed up. yet enjoyable event. Those in the dark will get all the Info a t an assembly in Page Gym a l 9:30 a.im., Saturday morning. Approximutely thirty organizations are backing the day's fun; represenlalives from each group will give brief, inclusive talks about their activities. Wander over lo lower HllHled to see some gay booths, open al 10:30 a.m. Al the 12::i() p.m. b a n uer ceremony, the senile Seniors will present the coveted It'll, pen- Student Union Board will serve refreshments a t t h e reception u n d e r the direction of Rosemary S a n t o nicola '58, C h a i r m a n of the r e freshment committee. P u n c h and cookies will be served. a scintillating skit on the part of the Sophs. T h e Sophomore president will speak about some hot rivalry at a bonfire on Page Field al H p.m. T h e n will come a general songi'est, A fancy S n a k e Dance will wind its way to Bru a l 8:30 p.m. for an informal d a n c e in the dining room from 9 p.m. lo 12 m i d n i g h t . Gaylu Petty '58, is Dance Chairman; "Hoot" Stefano '58, is bonfire chairm a n with Bob Bosom worth '58, on clean up; floor c h a i r m a n to locale booths is Horace Crandall '57. If someone walks up to you sellma. u two cent ticket for a dinner with Myskania, or an eight cent raffle excusing you from classes for null! lo greedy Green Gremlins in Pane Gym. A bang-up soccer game the rest of t h e year by all means, buy it all proceeds go lo a worthy is slaled in the afternoon, Dick Bartholomew is in charge of cause. Research Fellowship at the University of Michigan, T h e Chemistry D e p a r t m e n t ' s new member is Eugene H. McLaren who received his B.A. a n d M.A. at S t a t e College. McLaren received his Ph.D. a t Washington University In St. Louis. He served as a W e a t h e r Forecaster with the Air Force. Miss J o a n Sivinski h a s been lidded to the Commerce D e p a r t m e n t staff. Miss Sivinski received her B.S. from St. Cloud's Teachers College, St. Cloud's. Minnesota, a n d her M.A. from the University of Minnesota. Miss Sivinski h a s taught in high schools in Minnesota a n d at the University of Minnesota. Mr. J a r k a M. Burian is a n o t h e r new addition to the English Dep a r t m e n t . Burian received his B.A. from Rutgers University a n d his M.A. from Columbia. B u r i a n h a s Ph.D. from Cornell University where he was employed before coming to State. He will also assist in the D r a m a t i c Productions. The Physical Education Department's new m e m b e r is Mrs. Helenjane Cougan. Mrs. Cougan received her B.S. at Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, West Virginia, and her M.S. from Springfield College in Massachusetts. Richard Sauers has also joined the Physical Education stuff. Sailers received his B.S. from Slippery I Continued on Page 6, Column 1// News, Ped Invite Junior Guides will lead the freshmen down t h e receiving line. They are requested to follow t h e time schedule to eliminate confusion. This reception culminates the J u n ior Guides activities for t h e year. T h e program of the Guides, u n d e r the direction of Miss Schneider a n d Taggart, included a supper, dance and informal reception at B r u b a c h e r during the first week of school. Assembly Opens SA Nominations Nominations will open this m o r n ing in Assembly for Who's Who from the Senior Class a n d for a Sophomore and a J u n i o r member on the S t u d e n t Board of Finance. Nominations for a '56 Class Song Leader will be in order a t the S e n ior Class meeting Tuesday at 10 a.m. Voting for these positions will take place October 18 and 19 by absentee ballot, releases Beatrice Engelhart '56, Election Commission Chairman. Nominations will open this m o r n ing in Assembly for a Sophomore and a J u n i o r replacement on the Student Board of Finance. Also, nominations will be in order for Who's Who in American Colleges. These nominations will close on Monday at 4 p.m. Declinations m u s t be submitted before 4 p.m. on T u e s day. Tuesday at 10 a.m. a t the Senior Class meeting n o m i n a t i o n s for a Song Leader will be opened. These nominations will close Wednesday at 4 p.m. Declinations for this ofIice will be closed T h u r s d a y a t 4 p.m. Voting for all of the above posilions will take place Tuesday a n d Wednesday, October 18 a n d 19, by absentee ballot, Frosh To Reception Freshmen, transfers, and upperclasmen are invited lo attend a reception sponsored by the Slate College News and Pedagogue this Monday evening at Brubacher's upper lounge, it p.m., lor those interested in contributing time during the year to these two organizations. T h e News schedules an introduction of its staff, an explanation ol the different systems ol reporting, and a briil history of Us existence. Dean Sets Last Date For Entering Classes Oscar E. Lanford, Dean College, sends the following randum lo all s t u d e n t s a n d concerning the last date for ing courses. of the memofaculty enter- In accordance with the policy of the Academic Council, Monday will I'mliiKoguii's editor, Carl Ann Lull lie ihe last day lor registering for '56, slates t h a t there will be vari- a ciaiise and for beginning a t t e n d ous displays, including an exhibi ance in the course. lion of previous yearbooks, dummy Courses may be dropped without pages and photographs Relresh- penalty up to Monday, November luenU will be served. 14, states Dean Lanford. S T A T E C O L L E G E N E W S , FRIDAY, S E P T E M B E R S T A T E C O L L E G E N E W S , FRIDAY, S E P T E M B E R PAGE 2 30. Campus Chest Christens Campaign To Send Drive Down Gangplank (Capital Kap&U One Above All? Wednesday evening Debate Council presented a resolution to Student Council stating that "two Thursday nights a month . . . be reserved on the social calendar for the year 1955-1956 for the meeting of religious organizations on this campus and no other groups." Passage of this resolution would prevent all other organizations from meeting on alternate Thursday nights. This would be very unfair to such organizations as Debate Council, Kappa Phi Kappa, Inter-Collegiate Association, Press Bureau, New Types of Government Committee, and other such organizations who now meet on Thursday evenings because their members are involved in Myskania or Student Council which meet on Tuesday and Wednesday nights respectively. The religious clubs, not under the budget of Student Association, have no right whatsoever to ask for exclusive rights to meet Thursday nights—allowing no other groups to meet then. In answer to their argument that religious clubs are very important and need a time to meet when everybody can attend, we offer the evidence that all groups on campus have to compete with others on their particular night of meeting and that students have to make their own decisions as to which meeting they attend. Religious clubs have no right to take precedence over all other groups. If religious clubs can request exclusive use of one night a week, then technically any other group on campus could request that a certain night be left free for their group and only theirs to meet. After five or six of such demands, there would be no time left in the week for the other twenty-five organizations on campus. The organizations meeting on Thursday nights at the present time obviously can find no other time. Most of these organizations are a vital part of the school and could not be done without—they have important business to transact and should not be deprived of their privilege to meet. Debate Council, who argued so strongly last year for the freedom of speech, is completely reversing itself by refusing to recognize the freedom of assemblage. Religious clubs aren't any different from other groups who have to compete for membership and attendance. We don't care what night of the week they designate as their meeting time, but they do not have the right to demand that other clubs not meet on that particular night. Room For One More? The meeting of Student Council Wednesday evening was very well attended and we witnessed some very lively debate. More and more people are exhibiting an interest in student government by showing up at these legislative meetings and participating in discussion. Many people were standing, or did not venture to enter, due to the lack of room. In order to accommodate this growing audience, we would suggest a larger room for this weekly meeting—one with more breathing space and one which will hold a larger number of chairs. Instead of pushing these people away, we would like to see them encouraged to attend. Also, the students who were there had a hard time trying to peer through the smoke. As an onlooker at the meeting, we couldn't help but notice the absence of discussion from a few members of Council. They were elected to represent their classes and to voice their opinions in all matters relating to Student Association. Having been elected they must have some good ideas, so why not voice them? We would like to see all of Council participating as actively in the discussion as most members are now. T h i s promises to be a n interesting weekend a t the cinema for those of us w h o like t h e dark. Of course, those troubled with n i g h t blindness m i g h t find it a little troublesome b u t t h a t can easily be taken care of. How? Oh, you silly people! I t a l i a n Movies a t Ritz T h e I t a l i a n s have done it again with a double header a t the Ritz. W h e n G i n a and Silvana get t o g e t h e r who knows w h a t thrills are in store. Miss Lollobrigida will speak in English for t h e first time as " T h e Wayward Wife." Second on t h e bill is Silvana M a n g a n o in "Outlaw Girl." I t m u s t be a western I t a l i a n movie. By T I N A P P and DEVINE •• -Tis a tale told by an idiot, full of sound a n d fury, signifying nothing." QUO VADEMUS? ™. J t . f ctoto fnilptre are practices which have been h a n d e d "Traditions at S t a t e C o l l e g e a i e P™°™ a(M s o m e t h i n g to down year by year the ^ ^ * J » ™ l l a s group college spirit." one's own veneration towaids ^ c o l g a ^w e^ ^ ^ ^ Newg w e feel this is as true in 1955 as it was in 1933, and will be in 1984. H o w S r ^ r t h ' e 8 student body seem^to be g o n g - f ^ o f t h ^ f a c t . K ou c S f b u t tauS L f S s 1 an intangible richness to your college life Unfortunately this h a s been steadily decreasing during S t r a n d Offers Mystery Bogie's gal Lauren finds herself the past four years. You have allowed: trying to escape from the Orient 1 The condensation of Rivalry from a year to a mere two m o n t h s . w i t h big boy J o h n W a y n e down 2. The abolishment of Big Fours. "Blood Alley." It m u s t be along col3 Standardization of beanies. orful alley; it is in color and CineI i imination of the fight song as * lres*m™Z*T??*cut" campus mascope. Also at the S t r a n d is " T h e 5 A revision of frosh customs which allows t h e m to cut c a m p u s Big Bluff" with J o h n Bromfield and ' and precede upperclassmen through doors. M a r t h a Vickers. RESOLVED' T h a t every time State College loses a tradition, it also loses something in he way of spirit, of unity, and of pride. Other schools Palace Shows Love Thriller The dimple chinned Stewart a! voung i in years t h a n State, are more inextricably steeped in such G r a n g e r will a p p e a r opposite his observances And vet we, who will someday be the driving force behind wife, J e a n Simmons, in a love thrill- S c o t ' s youth, are every day letting these ideals slip f a r t h e r a n d er a t t h e Palace. I t is called "Foot- farther away. We repeat: "Quo vademus? ' steps in the Fog"; and it wasn't RESOLVED- Bring back the class beanie! We believe t h a t the u l t i even filmed in Albany either. T h e mate goal o f R i v a l r y and all other extra-curricular activities te to c r e a t e second feature, "The Night Holds Terror", sounds like a real hoody a bond o college spirit. However, before you can achieve a unity of t h e ou classes as a whole, you must achieve a unity of t h e four classes job. Individually! Therefore, WE DEMAND A RETURN T O BEANIES B E A R ING CLASS COLORS! Stewart Playing a t Mohawk J a m e s S t e w a r t is riding the range UNPRECEDENTED . . . in " T h e M a n From L a r a m i e " a t the The word is out t h a t Miss Peltz's "Romantic Poets" course was the Mohawk Drive-In. He must be tired as h e h a s to ride over to three other only 200 literature course which had to be closed because of overcrowddrive-ins in the course of the eve- ing'. W h a t is the fatal fascination? Sex appeal or Byron?? ning. He's also riding herd in a used car lot in his spare time. EMPHATIC EMENDATION . . . Musical a t Madison T h e Madison T h e a t r e , just a r o u n d the corner from the dorms will show "There's No Business Like Show Business." Music and dancing will be rendered by Ethel M e r m a n , Donald O'Connor, Marilyn Monroe, D a n Dailey and others. It's a short walk and a good show. G r a n d Shows Wild West Attention Wild West enthusiasts! T h e G r a n d is currently showing an interesting work entitled "Apache W o m a n . " Look for a suffragette in feathers! Tlie stars are J o a n Taylor, who, I assume is the Apache Woman, and Lloyd Bridges, who probably wins her h e a r t . Because of our extensive journalistic influence, we have been contacted by a shady c h a r a c t e r known as a "fence" who has offered us a generous rate for the contents of the Lost and Found box. In order to save us from a life of crime (excluding this column) please claim something J u n e seems to be bustin' out all over in lower Draper. First chance goes to the rightful owners so if you've lost s o m e t h i n , be t h e r e ! It's open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10:50 and Tuesday a n d Thursday at 11:50. Don't say we didn't warn you . . . LOVELY . . . If any lost souls still haven't procured a copy of the Frosh Handbook, they c a n ' g e t one from Sheila Lister. All they have to do is appear at the Chi Sig House in a puff of smoke and bow to the east three times. LUCK BILL!!! We hear "The Rock" is having trouble getting to classes this week. Better just stick to ping-pong. INSTAURATION AT LAST . . . DuMille Adventure a t Leland Rcme wasn't built in a day, but had it proceeded a t the same r a t e " R e a p the Wild Wind" is playing a t the Leland. J o h n Wayne and Su- as the current Page Hall renovation, it probably still wouldn't be finished. san Hayward, two old film favorites, It's great to see the reconstruction finally on the way. Be patient. T h e combine talents with Cecil B. De- South will rise again! Mille himself. It should be big! BE THERE . . . Alec Guiness a t Delaware Do you want a free dinner? Are you busy Sunday a t live? Do you Ever see Alec Outness in techni- know where St. J o h n ' s Lutheran Church, 100 Central Avenue, is? All color? Let me just say t h a t color those interested in starting a State College Lutheran group which will be ages him somewhat. Otherwise, "To expanded to include the other surrounding colleges, should a t t e n d . P a r i s With Love," Alec's latest film, should prove light-hearted e n t e r - MEMO OE THE MONTH . . . tainment, for all Guiness fans. It's down at the Delaware. Flunk out early; avoid the vacation rush. College Calendar STATE COLLEGE NEWS ESTABLISHED MAY 1916 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER HO (1:00 p.m. President's Reception, Brubacher Lower Lounge. S.ViTKI.AY, OCTOBER 1 11(1(1 a.m. Directory stall meeting, Brubacher. 11(10 p.m. Freshman "Beanie Ball," Dining Room, Brubacher. S I M ) A Y , OCTOBER 2 U:30 p.in, Canterbury Club Picnic, Timelier Park. I!:00 p.m. Christian Science Reception. 7:30 p.m. Hillel Reception. MONDAY, OCTOBER II 11:110 p.m. Stale (oll<'So News and IVclitlioKUc Reception, Publications Ofllce, Upper Lounge, Brubacher. T l ESD.VY, OCTOBER I 10:00 a.m. Sophomore Class Meeting. Senior Class Meeting. Distributive M u n i t i o n Club Meeting, Km. 147. :i (10 pni Studenl Hoard of Finance meeting o| all treasurers ol orgauizal ions under the budget, Diaper 301. WEDNESDAY, <)( TOBICR 5 3:30 p.m. Commuters' c l u b Recept, on lor iiesluncn, BY THE CLASS OF 191B First Place "CSPA Second Place ACP VOL. X X X X September 30, 1955 No. 15 Members of the NEWS staff may be reached Tuesday and Wednesday from 7 to 11 p.m. ill a-a:!2U. Ext l l Phones: Cochrane, 2-7030; Bwierzowskl. il-3744; (inkistein, 2-2012; KcndlK, 5-6921 The undergraduate newspaper of the New York State Oollege for Teachers; published every Friday of the Oollege year by the NEWS Board for the Student AMOoUtlon. AILEEN COGIIBANB ESTHER GOLDSTEIN . . DAVID KENDIQ KIT A LAMBOOMA MAHV ANN HCIILOTTHAUUKIl JOYCE MEYEIl.MAN MAKCIA LAWBENCI MATTHEW OBTOYIGH KICUAKU HAUEB JOSEPH SWIEBZOWHKI DOROTHY IIAS.MI'SSEN - . . . - ' JOHN KNAPF Edltor-ln-Chlef t'ii Public llelall Editor Co-I'ubllo Kelaliuna Editor (Jo-ltuslness-AdvertUIng Editor t!o-llu«ine»»-Advertl»ln« Editor Circulation Editor Aasoolate Editor AuooUtc Editor AssooUl* Editor Sports Editor - Senior Sports Editor staff rtaolograpber All communications should be urtdrcHseil to the editor and muni be sinned. Nuinen will be withheld on request. The STATE OOLLEOE NEWS assumes no responsibility for opinions expressed In Its columns or communications, as such expressions do not rjtceaurlly reflect Its views. .1 30, 19S5 PAGE 3 1935 "This Is no line. I'm just talking with my friend.' Upper Lounge, Brubiielii r. •I 00 p in. SMILKH Meeting. THURSDAY, OCTOBER (i 7:30 p.m. International Kllui tlroiip, "Charlie Chup'in Festival," Draper IHU IVCF Meeting, Brubuchi r. By MATT Now h e a r this! Now hear this! T h e C a m p u s Chest-sponsored "USS Goodwlll" will dock in t h e Commons on Friday, October 7. The gangplank will be lowered each day for a week at twelve bells. First m a t e B a r b a r a Hungerford will preside a t a Chinese Auction. T h e sorority, fraternity, or residence hall which leaves the biggest amount of loot in the ship's hold will have s t u d e n t s t o serve meals in their mess halls. T h e ship's admirals, Patricia Hall and Betty Van Vlack, Juniors, urge t h a t each group house make reservations on t h e passenger list by Dean Specifies Attendance Rules T h e following m e m o r a n d u m from the Office of Oscar E. Lanford, Dean of the College, concerns the policy of the college regarding a t t e n d a n c e : 1. Faculty members will report each Friday all absences, for t h a t week, of freshmen, new transfer students, students on probation, and veterans. (Freshmen, new transfer students and s t u d e n t s on probation are allowed no unexcused absences. Veterans' Administration regulations require complete weekly records reyarding attendance of veterans.) 2. Normally faculty members will not report absences of students who are on the Dean's List, as these students are exempt from the a t t e n d ance regulations to which the other students are subject. However, there may be special circumstances regarding the work, or a t t e n d a n c e , of a given Dean's List s t u d e n t which t h e faculty m e m ber may feel should be reported to the Office. 3. Absences of upperclassmen, not in one of the preceding categories, will be reported when, in the opinion of the instructor, these absences have become excessive. 4. All students except those on the D e a n ' s List and g r a d u a t e students with an average of 3.5 for the preceding semester, are required to a t t e n d their classes scheduled for the 24-hour period immediately preceding, and following, a college holiday. 5. Total number of absences of every s t u d e n t will be reported on the grade sheets at the end of the semester. . P.terson Announces Statesmen Members OSTOYICII having 100% contributions. Ensign B a r b a r a Davis Is in charge of faculty solicitations. T h e d o r m s will be visited by a group of sailors u n d e r the direction of Ensign B r u n o R o g ers. Committee solicitors will be supervised by Ensign Marian Stearns. T h e s h j p W M m o v e to t h e P o r t of B r u b a c h e r on October 15. A d a n c e dining wln be heid i nt n e m a j n commencing a t n i n e bells i n room t,h e evening. Admission will be 35 cents for the gob while a swabbie and his gal will be a d m i t t e d for 70 cents. All capital which is found in t h e ship's hold, wil be t u r n e d over to Campus Chest which will a d m i n i s t e r these funds to needy groups on foreign collegiate campuses. I Black and Red Reversible JACKET Please Return to JERKY RANI l l l . l ) '5H Hilltop House :M)7II — Reward A Bumper Crop S t a t e is soon t o assume a new title. All references t o t h e college shall no longer be to New York S t a t e College for T e a c h ers but a s New York Sardine C a n n e r y on Western Avenue. Many sections a r e so large t h a t C o m m u t e r s ' Club could clean up on new memberships with all t h e classes moving. Why a r e all these classes on t h e r u n ? Because n o t all t h e classrooms a r e quite as large as D r a p e r 349. B r u b a c h e r is also bursting a t t h e rims with meetings. Wednesday, D&A found t h a t the NEWS, as it always docs t h a t evening, was using t h e room they wanted to use. They were more fortunate t h a n others and only had to contend with some 1,500 PED'S in a file room. College Purchases New Dorm For Freshmen - Madison House jji4 Madison House, located a t 727 Madison Avenue, is the new a d d i tion to S t a t e College's e x p a n d i n g dormitory facilities. Opened for t h e first time this semester, t h e house twenfv-six girls, mostly fresh ho]dji SC Elects All-State Day, State Fair Chairmen; Sets Homecoming Date By MARIE CARBONE Student Council had its second meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Government Room at Brubacher. President Robert Betscha presented the first items of the agenda which included: Rivalry, Surplus Committee, Constitution Committee, book exchange, assembly program and publicity. David Kendig '57, moved to r e c fZ.*«.*-. J M « » !*<**. 4 •*<-.*• I . ' . 1 m e n d to Class Board of F i n a n c e to C C C / e S / Q S r / C S LIST direct all classes to table financial . motions for one week unless t h i s \A/_.._./.,,» C . . . . . 1 . is reversed by t h e Class Board of WeeKS CVemS Finance. J e a n Hageny '56, reported t h a t T h e religious groups on campus Montclair College in New Jersey have all scheduled activities for t h e hao. been tentatively selected for a n coming week. Two general m e e t - exchange program with out college. ings and two receptions have been Kendig moved t h a t Council approve planned. One group h a s a r r a n g e d a this school for a possible exchange. picnic. Council also voted on C o - C h a i r Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship m e n for All-State Day, as yet u n will meet T h u r s d a y a t 7:30 p.m. in scheduled on t h e calendar, a n d Brubacher. According to Ann K a m - elected F r a n k McEvoy a n d M a r iner '56, President, the Rev. Artlund &aret Smith, Juniors. C h a i r m a n for of Scotia, N. Y., will speak on t h e S t a t e Fair, to be held in February, topic "God Has Nothing Against will be Marilyn D e S a n t a '57. You." J a n e W h i t e h u r s t a n d Roberta Rev. Richard Dineen, Chaplain of Stein, Seniors, resigned from t h e Newman Club, will speak on "The All College Revue Committee b e Purpose of Newman Club on C a m - cause of off c a m p u s work. They will pus" at the Club meeting on T h u r s - hold office until n e x t week w h e n day a t 7:30 p.m. in Newman Hall. Council will elect replacements. Bernice O'Connor '57, President, Sheila Lister "57, explained t h a t states t h a t there will be a general the Post Office w a s responsible meeting after the address. for t h e delay in delivery of Frosh T h e Christian Science group will Handbooks. T o Insure delivery to hold a reception on Sunday a t 3 prospective frosh a t least two weeks p.m. i n Brubacher, according to prior to Frosh C a m p , Kendig recPhyllis Parshall '56, President. ommended that the handbooks Hillel is p l a n n i n g a frosh recep- should be mailed in July. tion Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Dominic DeCecco '57, C h a i r m a n Congregation Ohav Shalom on of Homecoming Weekend, anWashington Avenue. nounced t h a t the d a t e of this event A picnic will be sponsored by the has been changed from October 22 Canterbury Club on Sunday at to November 5, since President ColT h a c h e r Park. J o a n Van Deusen 11ns felt t h a t a home soccer game '57, President, asks t h a t all those would a t t r a c t more alumni. This interested are to sign up on the date will coincide with t h e Junior bulletin board in lower Husted and P r o m weekend so t h e schedule meet a t 2:30 p.m. in the upper promises to be a full a n d varied one. lounge in Brubacher on Sounday. (Continued on Page 6, Column 1) PENS Shaeffer men. T h e immediate area of t h i s new residence includes Newman Hall a t 741 Madison and North and S o u t h L a k c Houses on South Lake Street, 1 2 OFF FOR THIS SPECIAL SALE ALL of these Special SALE PENS must g o . . . . SMILES Canvasses ^ $(udenf CALLING ALL GIRLS LeaderJ Smiles will hold a. meeting WedKarl A. B. Peterson, Associate nesday at •! p.m., a n n o u n c e s Mary Professor of Music, announces the K n i g h t '57. members of the S t a t e s m e n . In the first tenor section are Roger Hunt This c a m p u s organization which and Edward .Jones, Sophomores: works with community groups in Robert Sfimson and Donald Whit- Iho area is s t a r t i n g a crafts p r o lock, Juniors. Second tenors are gram al. the Albany Home lor ChilWilliam Savage, Dominic DeCecco, dren this week. T h e Home requests Richard Erbaeher, Juniors, and Philip Bartel '55. Harlow Cushman State s t u d e n t s for tutoring crafts. '50, Robert Murphy '5(1, Donald But- Juniors and Seniors are asked to ler and J a m e s Lockhartc, Juniors, sign up with J o h n Mlnon '58. will comprise the baritone division. Leaders arc also needed for t h e T h e basses include Peter Boolce '57, and Sophomores Robert. Bosom- Clinton Square Neighborhood Hiai.se worlh, Hartley LaDuke, and Alfon- to direct singing, dancing a n d game so LaPalce, George Dunbar '55 is groups. Miss K n i g h t stresses I h a t companionship is one of the most accompanist for the group. important needs of the children. T h e r e are openings for students 'H111.se interested ill working al. in the orchestra and Women's Cho- Neighborhood House should see rus, Anyone interested may contact Joyce Shelton '50. All s t u d e n t s arc Charles F. Stokes, Professor of Mu- asked to volunteer their time. sic, or Mr. Peterson. LOST (Station 3) Student Council: NYLON STOCKINGS ON SALE FOR 1" Buy One Pair Get Another Pair for One Cent FOR MEN! the CO-OP NOW MAS A Sl'IMM.Y OK ii'ini .isn irrriiorr NYLON - POPLIN - DENIM u<:KETS EMBLEMS STATIONERY \ i / Joe's Barber Shop 53 N. Lake Ave., Near W a s h i n g t o n Ave. 2 BARBERS We Aim T o Plcaae the !allowing Stationery is now a (,'IYK - AWAY I tfin — Buy one get one free l-'inr Stationery Eiilrrdunii I ' l l I: It III To those intcrested hi good eating: Come to the SNACK BAR Follow the lead of your Upperclassmen...Use Barnes & Noble COLLEGE OUTLINE SERIES! ('III (liry Misl HAMPSHIRE No Kciui ns on Sale Merchandise STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1935 STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 0 , 19SS PAGE 4 Addition To Richardson Hall Rapidly Progressing; To Provide Rooms For Dramatics, Music Departments Construction on the addition to Richardson Hall will possibly be completed by Spring Vacation. New facilities for the Dramatics Department will include stagecraft rooms on the first floor, a large rehearsal room with a stage approximately the size of Page Hall stage, dressing rooms, and costume and make-up rooms on the second floor. A stairway will connect these dressing and make-up rooms to backstage of Page Hall. A large music rehearsal room, music library, two practice rooms and storage rooms for instruments (all on the third floor) will expand the existing Music Department. One additional classroom and five offices will also be included on the third floor. A corridor through the exlsting classrooms in Richardson will connect these rooms with the third floor of Richardson The basement of the new edifice will be used primarily to house a new heating plant. The new building will connect Draper Annex to Page Hall, presenting a completed front on Washington Avenue of the College's buildings. assar•"•"•'by "*'viS» — —« A. M . l l b . , Rcu.at.ons: % . % n . US„ a note that I, approximate* V by 4". •2. The outside of the note must contain the name and the date. •4. Cards and posters may be put on the outside of the boxes only With permission of 0 0 They must be of colloge level. T Z ^ X ^ ^ ^ A ^ allowed' to ' approve these posters. They to be put on the C.C. desk In the HustedRlchardson Tunnel. "5. C.C. will put up nnrl remove all posters. 1. Smoking Is allowed. *la. Cigarette butts and ashes nrc to be put In receptacles provided. •2, No eating at any time. *3. No card playing at any time. *4. This lounge Is for quiet study and talk. *"5. Committee meetings, play rehearsals, or song rehearsals may be held here only with the permission of the Dean of Women. The Commuters' Club will hold a Outing Club's President, Sue reception for freshmen Wednesday Bernhardt '56, announces that there at 3:30 p.m. in the Upper Lounge will be two expeditions this weekend. The first, tomorrow, will be a 0 f Brubacher Hall. o n the agenda for the afternoon caving expedition to Austen's Glen, W ill be entertainment, community which is near Catskill, and Sunday singing and refreshments, an- will feature a bike trip. nounces Nancy Gade '57, Chairman interested in Saturday's Those 0 f the event. Other members of the c n v l n g . expedition should meet in committee include Terry Bell and t h e lc t wel . lounge of Brubacher at 9 Delores Peck, Sophomores, and Hel- a m T h e t r l u ^ill b e l e d b v R o bert e n Cassavaugh '57. Patricia Roscoe L e v y '57, who advises spellunkers to '58 will be emcee. mile w e a r o l d c i o t hes as the l ' i The principal aim of the Com- trip will be wet and muddy. The muters' Club is to encourage greater group will return at 5:30 p.m. participation of commuters in the Sunday's bike trip will be led by various college activities. It sponsors Miss Barnhardt and Patricia Ter.some intramural sports, informal willigcr '59. Those interested In tills get-togethers, an annual Soc-Hop, bike trip should meet in Brubacher's and a spring picnic. Membership is lower lounge at 2 p.m open to regularly enrolled students Five bikes an available and may not living in organized group houses, be reserved. pure pleasure! It's a psychological fact: Pleasure helps your disposition. If you'ro a srnokor, remember — moro people got nioro pure pleasure from Camels than from any olhor cigarette I P"'"" Swify, Scufl HUH ^L * • P 9 " ^ f p ^ S . M m l u T e O. General College Regulations: "I. No necking on State College campus. •2. S m o k i n g Is restricted to Draper lounge, cafeteria, Commons, and Page Hall v 'stlbulc only. *2a. There is to be no smoking or carrying of lighted cigarettes, cigars, or pipes in any other part of the school buildings. •3. No books or rubbish arc to be left round the locker rooms. lyln 4. There shall bo no eating in any part p „f the school iiMiiHintrs buildings except except"in In "the cafe " l.etiii and In the Commons as slated In rule C-l. •*5. Willful destruction of property is prohibited. •0. No wearing apparel Is to be left In tile Commons, Draper lounge, or In the cafeteria. II. Ilulletln Hoard Regulations: 1. All organizations are responsible for their own malerlitl placed on the boards. 2. II any organization wishes to change a board, permission must, he obtained from the Grand Marshal. :t. C.C. reserves the right to supervise ... ( , jp, 1UU | jc- Rides and miscellaneous Lower D r a p e . bullcln board I. .Assembly Regulations: 1. .Seniors leave first followed by tin' .Juniors and then the Sophomores 2. The freshmen leave lust by the tw staircases. C. Commons Regulations: •1. Only milk, soil drinks, and candy bars may be eaten In the Commons. *2. Coke bottles are to be put back in en si's. •3. Ash trays are to be used for elgurettes and matches. a. Only cigarettes and matches are to be put In ash trays. b. All milk containers, papers and other rubbish are to be put into specified receptacles. **4. Vie and records may be used by oncampus organizations with the permission or the Grand Marshal. i. Only authorized persons may oper ate the Vie and play records during school time. * '<i Playing cards nrc nol to be removed from the Commons. 7. The Commons may be decorated by H. Kverynne Is to r e m a i n lit Ids sen any organization if approval of the Com lnils. d decorations mil II dismissed by the mens Chairman is securo( dismissal procedure will be cuare for i college function or recognized I times even d ihe class bell holiday. Inrci'i nihe llla.mln is aware ..I this prorings, >. Cafeteria ItcKUlutimis: ccdui'o. IMI I obey the .i Pica 1. Smoklni; Is allowed. Refuse is to be dispoj .[I o f I n I In I lines li U s u a l l y different procedures nr n^ptac!,* provided used (or vol nig ' Students » III lie not iflei Knllnw Ihe inarshnls' illrei-i ions i:. I.est anil round Regulations: 7. The assembly doors will lie close 1. Lost, and found box is located In ni Hi I,, -harp. lower Draper opposite tile Co-op. ii Hull Ml. Nn s kii 2. found articles are to lie placed In I lllllle Ihe box Willi liie Under writing Ills name I line cxeepl In II Mall id Pi on the sheet supplied. iv 11. N o CHI I M i l l a n y I III"' :t. In ease of a lost article, the loser should list his name unci a description ot Key: the lost article on the slicel supplied, •Minor offense. 4. The, box will lie opened dnllv in' a •Major offense. C <"' member Commuters Slote Outing Club Plans Frosh Reception Two Expeditions When your courses are set And a dream-girl you've met... Have a real cigarette - have a CAMEL! No other cigarette is so rich-tasting, yet so mildl efl may be usod: B. Draper I oungc Regulations: Radio sound studios and a control room on the second floor will be used to correct speech and to provide practical experience for radio and television activities. In addition to new facilities for the use in the dramatic and audiovisual fields, four offices will be included on the first floor; two classrooms and seven offices will be included on the second floor. One-way glass will be used for two walls of the middle of three adjoining second floor offices making it possible for this office to be used as an observation room. Campui. 3ommUi4oH &*!**• We were very enthused this week by the wonderful find fast start that many sports groups on campus have gotten off to. It seems as though it was only yesterday that most of these groups went through the year haphazardly and making a farce of the "purpose" clause in their constitution. This year, due perhaps to new leadership and new blood or possibly just to a renewed interest, there is evidence of a potentially outstanding year if each individual takes it upon himself to attend the meetings and do his utmost to help his particular club or organization. Typical of these changes, we believe, are AMIA and Varsity Club. It's still clear in our minds how, in our freshman year, we were very disgusted at the IM set up. The sports were there nil right, but no one seemed to know who ran what and games usually ended up in numerous flareups because of poor league organization. With a new and better set up this year, nil the school's IM athletes can look for- A M I A Heads Slate Beginning Or Fall Sports ward to better leagues and perhaps because of it, keener and better competition. Organize Teams At this point we'd like to urge all groups on campus to organize their own grid teams. As of Wednesday there were but six. Where arc all the group houses' teams? Besides grid there are numerous other fall sports going on, as can be seen by the IM story on this page. Although the competition may get rough at times it never will reach the calibre that any group, frosh or otherwise, must consider their attempts at the game futile. Sign up today on the AMIA bulletin board in lower Draper. Likewise, what about you track men? Homecoming weekend will mark the inauguration of track at State. Thanks to the persistent work of Joe Barton and Co. enough interest is being shown to merit the varsity status that the Phys. Ed. Department is thinking of placing it in. There's still more room for your signature for the track and field day which will include hurdles, dashes, shot put, high jump, relays, etc. While we're in the mood of urging, may we also suggest you kegling enthusiasts give it a whirl this weekend and try to place your name on State's Intercollegiate Bowling Teaon. Grid Game Today A note to you grid fans is that a new type of "flank" football will be demonstrated today at. 4 p.m. on Dorm Field Intramural football was the big topic of conversation as the Association of Men's Intramural Athletics held their first meeting of the year Tuesday night. Ray Castillo, Football Commissioner, lias announced that a sign-up sheet has been posted on the AMIA bulletin board. All captains are urged to sign up their teams on the lower Draper board. "The main objective," states Castillo, "is for the freshmen to get busy on organizing teams for the league." A captain's meeting will be held in the very near future. At this time league WAA launched its fall sports prorules and schedules will bo drawn up so that the loop may begin oper- gram Thursday with the opening of hockey, soccer and archery pracation as soon as possible. tices. All of these sports, plus tennis, ping pong and horseback riding can Track Discussed be credited toward WAA hours. The The other major topic of discus- WAA bulletin board will post further sion was tlie Track and Field events, Information about these sports scheduled lor Homecoming Week- soon. end, November '1. A sign-up sheet, Plans arc being made for a hockey has been placed on the AMIA bulletin board and it, Is the hope of club which will compete Sundays at Coach Hathaway, .Jim Sweet (Proxy Skidmore, announces Ginu Hllflker of AMIA i and .Joe Barton i Direc- '56, WAA President. Girls Interested tor of Track i thai I his new sport In playing on Ihls team should conwill bring out a large number of fael. Mrs. Cougan In the gym office. enthusiasts. If is hoped the com- Also under consideration are plans petition will draw many witnesses, foi' a tennis Inurnaimenf and a mixed bowling club. Tennis to Start I tosli Frolic Promises Fun Another sport, due to gel under Frosh Frolic. Ihe Camp Johnston way soon Is the tennis tournament. Jim Lorrlchlo, Commissioner, urges spree which officially welcomes all to place their "John Hancock" frosh to WAA, will be October 29. on the posted entry sheet. The lack This "day in tlie outdoors" will featof time this year lias curt ailed the ure entertainment, spoils, Including program somewhat as only singles soffball, badminton, hiking, horseshoes and wading, and lunch. Buses will be played. will fake the girls out to Camp Volleyball fans are reminded to Johnston and bring them back in keep watch for the net game .sheet time for dinner. Girls can go out to go up. Tom Oarno has been se- to the camp Friday and stay overlected as head of Ihe lull season night providing that they obtain written permission from home. Those sport. Table tennis also was discussed wishing to go should sign up on the at the meeting and although noth- WAA bulletin board this week. ing definite has been planned, there exists high hoilies that Hie Indoor Committees Iti'leuKed Committees for ihe Frosh Frolic game can begin early ami continue operations for i|iille some time un- arc: general chairman, Joan Burguice; loud, Sheila Lister; enterder a new setup. tainment, Nancy Schneider; pubDirectors I'o He Appointed licity, "Bunny" Uroinfleld; buses, in closing the meeting Hweel Andy Arvalilldes; anil faculty, Olle strongly recomineinled Unit dorms Ktiscn livery girl, freshmian anil upand frafs appoint athletic dircelors pcrclassinan, Is invited to attend. tor the year so tlint, more teams Fur further Information, see any could be organized for Ihe coining member ol WAA or eonlacl (Una events. ..linker. WAA Launches Frosh Frolic, Fall Program CLOTHES DRIERS K)l< - UOLDIXC HOOKS HIM.I.I.'IIN H O A R D S STl'DY I..I.MI'S CENTRAL VARIETY .11.1 C e n t r a l Avenue t,J n.iiiKl.b • ' . ) , • ' , II i:„ , Wiii.i.m IJ.I.,,,. I I . i: Uelnw (Juuil Street OI'I.N liVliKY NIC.I IT "I'll. lJ PAGE S Soccermen Travel To Fordham To Begin Eleven Game Season Veterans Form Nucleus Of Peds; State's Booters 55 Starting Year Without Injuries Sport Brilliant By ZACK CLEMENTS the State soccer team will meet the FordSchool Records hamTomorrow "11" in the initial fray of the year at the latter's field. By BOB KAMPF In trying to familiarize State soccer fans with the Ped booters, we dug up a little background from some of the nucleus of this year's team. Coach Garcia is fortunate in having six veterans of last year's team back to help better the 5-3-2 record of last year. Tito to Guard Goal All-State Honorable Mention goalie, Tito Guglielmone, will be back stopping opposition scoring this year. Tito hails from Center Moriches, Long Island, and graduated from Center Moriches Higii School. At Center Moriches, Tito was a four letterman in varsity sports. He experienced a taste of baseball, basketball, track and soccer. Tills is his third year of soccer for State, and he's out to hold down the score of State's opponents once more. lionestecl to Captain Team Returning for his third year also, is Captain Bill Bonesteel. Bill received his first experience in soccer at Cairo Central High School in Cairo, N. Y. Not only was he a soccer player, but also a baseball and basketball letterman. Bill is a Junior, and has high hopes for a good season on the soccer field, Another Junior who will be drawing a starting position on this year's squad is Ai Lederman from Colonic, N. Y. Al attended Roessleville High and starred in baseball, football, track and basketball. Besides playing soccer for State, Al also uses his talents on the baseball diamond. Hamilton Transfer Booting for Albany this year instead of Hamilton College, will be Gene Scott. Gene transferred from Hamilton this year, and will be a fourth starting Junior for the Garclamen. Last year, Gene played for Hamilton and thus brings his experience here to State. He hails from East Greenbush, N. Y., but lie attended Remsen High School in Remsen, N. Y. At Remsen, he participated in baseball, basketball and soccer. Jones Returns Ed Jones, who left State for a semester, returns to bolster flic Garclainen this year. Ed returns a.s a Sophomore. He Is another Long Island boy, from Valley Stream. At, Valley Strcami High School, he was a live letterman, but soccer was not on his list of letters. Football, baseball, basketball, cross country and track comprised his letters. Ilockmiitli a Vet A vol that Garcia Is relying on for much action is Manfred "Rebel" Hockinuth, the small graduate ot Wapplngers Central School in Wupplngei's Falls who was seen running for the track team as well as becoming a soccer enthusiast t h e e . Thus Garcia has a good nucleus to start wlfli, a potentially strong one. Starting at the forward positions will be veterans Al Lederman and Ev Weiermiller. Paul Dammer and Wendell Fowler, as well as freshman standout Lou Delsignore, will round out the forward wall. Captain Bill Bonesteel, HoUis — Varsity 'S' Club Considers Many Social Programs State's Varsity "S" Club held its first meeting of the year Wednesday night with President John Rookwood reporting that numerous events were being considered for the club's annual promotion. Among the events listed were a Jazz Concert, Square Dance, Basketball Dance, Fall Dawn Dance, Varsity Drag (Formal), and a Benefit Hoop Game with the faculty playing the varsity cagers. Friday Letter Day John also reported that all letter winners are to wear their Varsity "S" sweaters every Friday. This year as usual, the group will sell refreshments at all home athletic events. Varsity "S" Club with Rookwood at the helm is made up of all varsity letter winners. Besides promoting intercollegiate athletics, the service organization regulates the wearing of the coveted "S" letter. A big characteristic of the club is the continual aiming for the practical thing. Tlie group, whose officers include Al Lederman as Veep, Joe Taggart as Secretary, Joe Anderson as Treasurer, and Paul Dammer as Sergeant-at-Arms, will hold their next meeting on Thursday, October (i, at 7:30 p.m. at Brubacher Hall. Hathaway Announces Tryouts For Kegling With tlie start of the intercollegiate bowling loop October 4, Coach Merlin Hathaway has come up with an emergency method of determining who will represent State for the first few weeks. The procedure of gaining a berth on the team is as follows: All those interested arc asked to roll six games at the Rice Bowling Alleys. Scores must then be recorded by Nelson Swart at the Western Avenue establishment. Aspirants must report to Swart prior to their tryouts which will be held today, tomorrow and Sunday. Those hitting the highest, scores will have their name placed on a temporary roster which will hold until the IM kegling gets under way. At that time the representatives of the Peds in the Albany District Intercollegiate Bowling League will consist of I lie fop IM kcglers. Tibbets, and first year men Carl Maxson, Paul S l o a n d and Gene Scott expect to see action in the backfleld. Three team veterans, Bob Backer, Bob Davidson, and Ed Jones are all expecting to trod Fordham soil. AllState goalie, Tito Guglielmone will be guarding the nets. The team enters the game in excellent physical shape and appears to have a strong offensive threat. In the defensive department, however, the team is lacking, via graduation and other scholastic reasons. During the past few weeks concentrated effort has been placed on scrimmaging and less training. The scrimmage against Williams scheduled for last Saturday was called off because of rain. In last year's tilt against the Fordham team, State was victorious by a 7 to 2 margin. The citymen are expected to field a strong team this year in that almost their entire team from last year has returned. Face BPI After this week's tilt the Peds will face their neighboring foe, RPI, who last week bowed to Cortland State by a score of 3 to 2. Tlie tilt will be held at the engineers' field. Coach Garcia has high hopes as this year's season is launched but he is a little apprehensive about the fact that the team lacks experience. "The team is in excellent shape," states the coach, "and if we lose It won't be because the boys aren't trying or because they are lacking experience." Games At Bevcrwyck All home games are held on Beverwyck field which is located across from Brubacher Hall. A probable line-up is as follows: Goalie —Tito Guglielmone Forward —Al Lederman Forward —Ed Weiermiller Forward —'Paul Dammer Forward —Wendell Fowler Forward —Lou Delsignore Fullback —Hollls Tibbets Fullback—Bill Bonesteel (Capt.) Halfback—Gene Scott Halfback—Paul Sloand Halfback—Carl Maxson LOOK SHARP! ON ALL OCCASIONS SEE l lie IEonderful Selection of . . . • Socks lllonnie Daon) • Blouses (Ship 'n Shore) Felicia's Beauty Salon Gerald Drug Go. 217 Wiwtrrii Ave. Albany, N. Y. Fliono 6-8610 53-A No. Lake Ave. (Near Washington Ave.) "JIMMY"—Hair Stylist Telephone 3-0740 ART KAPNER "YOUR STATE INSURANCE MAN" ALL TYPES of INSURANCE 75 Scute Street 5-1471 Albany, N. Y. • Bermuda Shorts • Slacks • Skirts • Dresses (Jonathan Logan) • Hosiery • Robes • Sweaters • Accessories Belts - (ilovcs - Scurfs Stoics - Collars - Ktc. THE CLASSIC SHOP 231 Central Avenue OPEN EVERY EVENING ] S T A T E C O L L E G E N E W S , FRIDAY, S E P T E M B E R PAGE 6 30. 1955 New Faculty . . . Pettit Schedules International Film Group Outlines Press Bureau (Continued from. Page l, voiumn k> Fall Semester's Movie Schedule Elects Member, Rock Teachers College in P e n n s y l - Tryouts For H e received h i s M.A. from T h e i n t e r n a t i o n a l F i l m G r o u p will Three AD Plays Requests Forms Pvania. open Its fall season w i t h a Charlie enn State. Chaplin Festival on T h u r s d a y evening a t 7:30 p.m. i n D r a p e r 349, a n nounces A r t h u r Lennig, O r a d . S e a son tickets will be on sale in lower Husted Monday t h r o u g h T h u r s d a y from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Season tickets, which will be $1.50, will entitle s t u d e n t s to six showings of t h e film group. Memberships for one showing only will be $.50. T h e Film G r o u p plans to show Rene Clair's F r e n c h comedy, "Le Million," on October 20, a sciencefiction view of t h e future, "Metropolis," on October 27, a n d Pudovkin's "End of St. Petersburg," t h e story of t h e Russian Revolution, on November 10. Later on in t h e semester two special showings will be held. One, called An Evening of t h e Weird a n d Macabre, will feature t h e original " P h a n t o m of t h e O p e r a " with Lon Chaney, Luis Bunuel's a n d Salvator Dali's surrealistic film "le Chlen Anralou," and " T h e R e t u r n of t h e Charlie Chaplin, s t a r of t h e film Vampire" with Bela Lugosi and N i - festival sponsored by International na Foch. Film Group, In December, A Survey of Docum e n t a r y will include "Song of Ceylon," P a r e L a r e n t z ' " T h e River," "Screw Drivers a n d Screw Jays," and "Night Mail," with the poetry of W. H. Auden and t h e music of Benjamin Britten. A new Assistant Director for Press Albert Wootton will serve as AsB u r e a u was elected a t t h e last reg- sociate Professor of Education and ular meeting, a n n o u n c e s B a r b a r a Supervisor of M a t h e m a t i c s in t h e Weinstock '57. T h e new addition is Milne School. Wootton received his M a r y Lou Meiser '57. B.S. from Rutgers and his M.A. Press B u r e a u requests t h a t all from Teachers College. Columbia. freshmen who did not fill out the f r e s h m a n forms for the b u r e a u to He h a s previously t a u g h t a t Arlingget in touch with Miss Weinstock ton High School, Rutgers Univert h r o u g h s t u d e n t mail or drop a no're sity and C h a m p l a i n College. in t h e Press B u r e a u mailbox in LowMrs. G i n a Moore, who m a t r i c u er Draper. lated from State in 1949 with a B.A. These forms consist of home ad- and from Middlebury College where dress, high school activities, schol- she received h e r M.A., will be t h e arships a n d other i m p o r t a n t m a t e - Supervisor of Modern Languages in rial. This m a t e r i a l is used by Press the Milne High School. Mrs. Moore B u r e a u in sending publicity releases previously t a u g h t a t Hoosick Falls to t h e s t u d e n t ' s hometown paper. High School and a t C h e n a n g o Forks Press B u r e a u also requests t h a t Central School. all requests for publicity from vaSupervising Science in t h e Milne rious organizations be placed in the Press B u r e a u mail box in Lower School will be W a l t e r F a r m e r who D r a p e r as well as in the News box received his B.A. and M.A. from so t h a t they could make use of some State. F a r m e r h a s t a u g h t at C h a t m a t e r i a l which t h e News m i g h t not ham High School before his assignhave room for. m e n t to t h e Milne School. T r y o u t s will be h e l d for t h e first advanced d r a m a t i c plays this a f t e r noon a t 4 o'clock in D r a p e r 349. These plays will be p r e s e n t e d O c t o ber 18. T h e three plays a r e " G i o c o n d a " by D'Annuncio, which will be d i rected by Carol Allen; "Cyrano de Bergerac" by Rostand, u n d e r t h e direction of Marjorie Jelly, a n d "Theodore Muller," an original play to be directed by Richard F e l d m a n , Juniors. Dr. Paul Bruce P e t t i t , Associate Professor of English, s t a t e s t h a t " t h e purpose of these plays is t o give a realistic e n v i r o n m e n t in which s t u d e n t s in Advanced D r a m a t i c s can place t h e fruits of their d i r e c tional experience before t h e school as a whole. AD lab plays are laboratory in every sense of t h e word, t h a t is to say, t h e e m p h a s i s is on the experimental." Casting is open to all s t u d e n t s find co-operation with t h e work of these s t u d e n t s will be appreciated. Assembly Launches 1955 Campus Chest Camgaign T h e C a m p u s Chest Drive will get u n d e r w a y with a skit and guest speaker in D r a p e r 349 this m o r n ing a t 10 a.m., a n n o u n c e P a t r i c i a Hall and Betty Van Vlack, Juniors, C o - C h a i r m e n . T h e theme of this years drive is "U.S.S. Goodwill." S t a t e ' s goal is $1500. Allocations of t h e funds derived from this drive are divided in the following m a n n e r : World University Service Fund, sixty percent; National Scholarship and Service F u n d for Negro S t u d e n t s , ten perc e n t ; National Negro College F u n d , t e n percent; Albany Community Chest, ten percent; and the University of Athens, Greece, t e n percent. Chinese Auctions, u n d e r the direction of B a r b a r a Hungerford '57, will take place in the Cafeteria n e x t week, beginning Monday a t 1 p.m. Miss Hungerford will auction off t h e Saylesmen Q u a r t e t to serve as waiters a t one of the women's group houses. Members of t h e Q u a r t e t a r e T h o m a s Briefly, Joseph Barton, Robert Bosomworth, a n d Ronald Alexander, Sophomores. Tuesday a t 12 noon in the Cafe- teria Joseph T a g g a r t '57, will a u c Won off as waiters also for a women's residence hall with the highest bid Robert Betscha '56, and Dominick DeCecco '57. F r a n k G Carrino, Assistant P r o fessor of Modern Languages, will be In charge of t h e auction Wednesday a t 12 noon. J a n e W h i t e h u r s t '56, and Janice C h a m p a g n e '57, will be auctioned off to serve as waitresses in a men's residence hall. Z 460 Edward Sargent, Assistant P r o fessor of Education, will be the a u c tioneer T h u r s d a y a t 12 noon. He will auction off cookies and cakes m a d e by Vivian Hopkins, Professor of English; F r a n c e s Colby, Associa t e Professor of English; Betty V a n Vlack, and B a r b a r a Hungerford. A J u n i o r P r o m bid will be a u c tioned Friday a t 1 p.m. by Clyde P a y n e '57. A d a n c e will be held in B r u b a c h er's m a i n dining room, Saturday, October 15, a t 9 p.m. under the c h a i r m a n s h i p of Sheila Lister a n d (Continued from Page S, Column t> 9 ews 4» ALBANY, NEW YORK, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, T h e Neanderthal m a n thought he had it bad but a t least he could go out and drag home a bonnic lassie by the pony tail. C a m p u s Chest Committee launches "L'.S.S. Goodwill" campaign. Left to r i g h t : Bettve Sigety, Betty Van Vlack, Patricia Hall, Lloyd Seymour. Could it be t h a t times a r e so tough they'll send us all back to t h e I n d i a n s ? Frosh-Soph Rivalry Will Begin Upperclassmen To Vote Today With Challenging Opening Day SMITH '57 For Who's W h o Mr. C h a i r m a n ! Mr. CByh a i rTHOMAS m a n ! I years. It is a means whereby classElections for the twenty-five Seniors representing Albany S t a l e in "Who's W h o in American Colleges and Universities" is taking place today. Nominations were made a t last Friday's Assembly and d u r ing the week. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors can cast their absentee vote a t a desk in lower Husted from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., under the jurisdiction of Myskania members. F r e s h m e n are reminded t h a t they a r e ineligible to vote. Next Tuesday and Wednesday, October 18 and 19, members of the Class of '56 will vole absentee tor their class songleader; the Sophomores and J u n i o r s will elect S t u d e n t Board of Finance replacem e n t s . Also slated is the voting tor members of the representative body of fifteen students from each class to the legislature. These elections are for t h e classes '56, '57, and '58. F r e s h m e n will have their elections for s t u d e n t representatives in November. Myskania wishes to announce t h a t the w a r n i n g system will be in operation t h i s year. T h i s system, which is set u p to curb the breaking of SCT customs, allows all upperclassmen to give w a r n i n g s to freshm a n violators. W a r n i n g s must be placed In an envelope a n d put in t h e Myskania mailbox in lower Draper. They must contain the following Information: T h e n a m e of the violator, the custom violated, the place, time and date of the violation. T h e n a m e of the person giving the warning must be signed on the warning. A list of the violations and the resulting penalties may be found on pages 45 and 46 of the College Handbook. Council . . • from Page 3, Column 5, Committee Organizes First English Evening FOR YOLJ ! UCICITT ft Mrms TOBACCO CO, T h e first English Evening of the year will be held Wednesday at, 8 p.m. in the Upper Lounge of Brubucher, under the c h a i r m a n s h i p of Vivian C. Hopkins, Professor of English. Sophomore, Junior, Senior and G r a d u a t e students majoring in English are invited to attend the Evening. A 11(4lit. program on the theme "Reverse English" will be followed by refreshments and a social hour. Sophi mores will eleel their representatives lo the English Fvcning Committee which plans the programs lor each oi I hi' Evenings. Season tickets for lite three Evenings will be sold at the door lor llfty cents each. 1955 VOL. XL NO. 16 The traditional Activities Day which gives freshmen an opportunity to sign up for various activities will begin tomorrow morning at 9:30 with a General Assembly in Missing Link Returns Page Gym. A dance at Brubacher Hall will close the event states Joseph Taggart '57, Chairman. "Come on over to the cave A General Assembly will tee off the event at 9:30 a.m. sometime" — might have been At this assembly meeting in Page Gym the representatives said m a n y years ago B.C. (Beof the various activities will brief the freshmen on their fore College) but someone said organizations. Booths will open in the Old Commons at A few once healthy r a h rah collcgiates have turned cave men for each a better, handy establishment. T h e r e old bar rugs are flea ridden a n d prehistoric a r t designs the three and one eighth walls around the abode. Myskania Lists Rules Concerning Warnings alternate, / it the other day. Edward Travis '57, Acting Presid e n t of the Distributive Education Club, announces t h a t t h e r e will be a meeting Tuesday, Room 147 in New D r a p e r a t 10 a.m. P l a n s for t h e coming field trip October 12 will highlight this club's active program. T h e purposes of t h e Distributive Education Club are to exchange ideas, develop leadership a n d s t i m ulate a professional a t t i t u d e . Some of t h e major activities include a merchandising clinic, a n d trips to various retail business houses. M e m bership in t h i s business organization is open to any s t u d e n t in Distributive Education. Anyone interested in joining this club is urged to a t t e n d the initial meeting. Travis suggests t h a t this club will be especially helpful to those s t u d e n t s minoring In Distributive Education. S t u d e n t Union Board Chairman, J e a n Compagnone, came to Council with a request for advice about such things as last week's Siena Issue. It was moved to form a group from S t u d e n t Association under Betacha's direction, and with Presid e n t Collins' approval, to confer with t h e Siena leaders at a later date. Inter-Collegiate Association r e ported t h a t since seven of the eleven m e m b e r schools had ratified t h e new constitution, the new constitution was passed and now in effect. Joseh Szarek '58, was elected to the Board of Directors. Thomas O'Loughlin '50, Is to be the new Senior r e p l a c e m e n t with Clare Delorla as t h e a l t e r n a t e . Richard Bartholomew '58, Is t h e Sophomore rep l a c e m e n t with Lloyd Seymour as L*iir Annual Activities Day Features Banner Ceremony, Skit, Dance DE Announces First Meeting (Continued ollege insist upon being heard. Today in Draper 349 the Sophomores will be heard issuing their a n n u a l debate challenge to the frosh. Point of order—What is this a n n u a l debate challenge? None other t h a n the kick-oft event of Rivalry. To most of us this term rivalry suggests conflict or a dispute. We m i g h t logically expect to see student and teacher grappling u n d e r t h e stately Minerva in Draper, or to witness a knock-down d r a g - o u t battle between classes. However this is not the case. Rivalry has been a part of State's tradition for many Wilson To ay For Junior Prom Teddy Wilson first became known in the music world when he became a member of the Benny Goodman Quartet in 1935. Teddy teamed with Gene Krupa, Lionel Hamilton and Benny himself to give America one of the best swing combos of the century. The Goodman Quartet played In the famous '36, "17, and '38 Jazz Concerts at Carnegie Hall. Wilson was anxious to get out on his own and In 11)41, the Goodm a n Q u a r t e t broke up. Teddy got two great musicians, Buddy Rich on d r u m s and John Simmons on bass, and put together the Teddy Wilson Trio. Teddy played a Goodman type jazz and Immediately became a favorite with audiences. Lust J u n e the "Goodman Quartet" was reunited by Universal Int e r n a t i o n a l in the making of the Benny Goodman Story. During the Miming of the picture, Teddy a b a n doned his Trio and put together a 12 piece band. West Coast critics acclaimed Teddy's Band as one oi I he best new bands to conic along (Continued on t'age ,1. Column Zi mates, through informal means, (jet together and become acquainted. This Rivalry provides for the exercise of many talents and also enables our future leaders to blossom forth. It is a means whereby the various integral parts a t State become a composite whole. If you are experiencing any doubts of your hidden talents, you have a large choice upon which to dispell these indecisions. You can choose from sports, dramatics, music, stagecraft or debate. Rivalry features such events as a suftball game, both men's and women's, a Soph-i'rosh debate, a sing, a soccer game, track and field games, cheerleading and a talent skit. Points are awarded for each event and if the frosh should win this classic, they are excused from wearing their beanies, no m a t t e r how reluctant they may be to doff this headgear, until the week preceding MovingUp Day. However if the Sophs should win, the frosh wear their beanies till Thanksgiving vacation. T h e Important thing to keep in mind, frosh, Is t h a t Rivalry is the essence of cooperation and fair play at S t a t e - -make the most of it. '55 Directory Editor Posts Check List Directory Editor Helene Shair '56, specifies t h a t Monday through Friday, the lists of file students tor the 1955 S l a t e College Directory will be plisted on the S t u d e n t Council bullelin board in llusled and on the bullelin board in lower Husted All students are requested to check their name, class, Albany address, home address and telephone number lor accuracy. If your name does not appear on the typed list insert it on the bottom of t h e proper page. Greeks Schedule Open Houses Sororities and fraternities have scheduled open houses and faculty teas for the weekend. At several of the Greek meetings last week elections were held. Alpha Pi Alpha fraternity elected a replacement president a t its Monday night's meeting. Chi Sigma T h e t a , K a p p a Delta and Psi G a m m a sororities are h a v ing open house for S t a t e s m e n tonight. Chi S i g m a Theta's open house is from 8:30 p.m. to m i d n i g h t at 297 Western Avenue. B a r b a r a Murnane '56, Vice-President, is general c h a i r m a n of the evening. Judy Stevens '57, c h a i r m a n of K a p pa Delta's open house announces t h a t it will be from 8 to 11 p.m. al 380 Western Avenue. Psi G a m m a ' s open house a t 113 South Lake Avenue will be from 8 p.m. to midnight, announces Evelyn Neumeister '56. Sigma Phi Sigma will have open house and a faculty tea Sunday at 3 p.m., a n n o u n c e s Eleanor Bogan '56, President. G a m m a K a p p a Phi is also having a faculty tea from 3 to 5 p.m., states Ann Ryan '56, Vice-President. B a r b a r a M u r n a n e announces t h a t Chi Sigma T h e t a ' s faculty tea will be from 3 to 5 p.m. iContinued on Page S, Column I) 10:30 a.m. where t h e frosh will h a v e the opportunity to sign up for t h e organization in which they are Interested. T h e J u n i o r Class will p r e s e n t to the fre.-hman class their green b a n ner. T h i s ceremony will take place in Page Gym. In the afternoon S t a t e will play Hillyer in a soccer tilt at Beverwyck Park. T h e Sophomore Class will p r e s e n t a skit a t 7:30 p.m. Immediately following t h e skit, the Bonfire C e r e mony will take place on Page Field. A Snake Dance will wind its way to Brubacher and an informal d a n c e will take place in t h e game room. Assisting T a g g a r t are: B a r b a r a Hungerford and Lenore H u g h e s in charge of t h e Snake Dance; Lillian F e i r a i a , Publicity; C h a i r m a n of Floor Plan, Horace Crandell, Juniors. J o h n Stefano is in charge of the Bonfire event a n d Robert Bosomworth is in charge of C l e a n up for Bonfire. T h e dance a t B r u bacher is c h a i r m a n n e d by Gayle Petty, Sophomores. Organizations participating in Activities Day include the following: S t a t e College News, Forum, Psychology Club, Debate Council, D i s tributive Education Club, Music Council, Radio Guild, Press Bureau, Women's Athletic Association, Men's Athletic Association, Commuter's Club, P a n Amigos, I n t e r - V a r s i t y Christian Fellowship, Christian Science, Hillel, Newman, Pedagogue and Athletic Public Relations Board. Student Council: Council Defeats Debate Resolution; Elects Replacements For Committees By MAK1K CARBONE Again this week, the G o v e r n m e n t to read "and a report on the tax room at, Brubacher was the scene card program." of much heated debate, some This week's social calendar was smooth politick!) g, and the settling listed by Roberta Stein '56. of some vital Issues. Sigmund S m i t h '56, reported t h a t Robert I. 't.scha proceeded lo rivalry pushball h a s been set for give a repoi" on his meeting with the m o r n i n g of November 12. T h e President Collins: Payment for j a n - Debate Challenge will be given t o itorial services at Brubacher after day in assembly—Draper 349. so: ial I unctions, is lo be investiT h e surplus committee received gated. Siena Issue—President Col- some suggestions from Student lins suggested t h a i the committee Council concerning inquiries Into a write him a mcmorandumi of spec- scholarship, a school bus, or a colific complaints and grievances lege cam)). Bruce King '56, C h a i r which he will forward to the Presi- man, has already gathered some dent of Siena asking what plan of informal ion on the bus and will action they would like taken. make further inquiries into t h e For the Constitution Committee other sugggestions. Michael Maxian '57, was chosen to T h e All College Revue Committee be the new c h a i r m a n and Barbara received their replacements: S a l Maaloe '56, Ronald Alexander '56, vatore Zaccaro '58, Marie Devlne filled the two vacancies made by and Eleanor Goldman for t h e Class resignations. of '56. Clyde Payne reported that StuT h e Debate Resolution which h a d dent Board of Finance will meet been tabled was put back on t h e Friday at 8 a.m. Molly Knight '57, floor. Soon after initial discussion, gave a breakdown on expenditures Robert Burns '57, moved t h a t for two of lax cards; $200 more is needed. Thursdays a m o n t h no meetings Dominic DeCecco '57, moved t h a t would be held, other t h a n those of Student Council suggest lo student religious c u b s , from 7 to 8:30 p.m. board t h a t they return the money This was defeated. Next the resolufor the laminating machine to sur- tion as a whole was discussed a n d plus and then come back to Coun- voted on; this too was defeated aftcil asking for the total expediture, er much debate and c o m m e n t s from Duvld Kendlg '57, amended this both sides.