advertisement
STATE
COLLEGE
A h m Confused
I wuz a comin' thru Albany sight seein' one
night when I seed a bunch of peepul crowdin' round the door of this venerable lookin'
The
buildin' called Stait College for Teachurs.
Well sir, I thot maebe some body was getNEWS
tin' trampled upon so I ups to this feller
and I sez Friend what goes on hyar? And
BOARD
he gives me a funny look and he sez, "Whah
its State Fair." I looked around and ah
wishes
couldn't for the life of me see any of them
stalls you know wher they put all the livestock and couldn't smell the usual things
you j
associated with an affair of this hyer type.
You know usually there's tractor drivin',
potato pickin' and hoein' contests at any
a
State Fair ah've been to, Well frens, I
couldn't go back so ah got picked up front
with a hull raft of peepul and we went into prosperous
this big barn. I remarks to one feller about
what a place this would make to store hay
STATE
and he gives me one of those looks and
sez—Mister—This is Page Hall and the
FAIR
show yer about to see is bein' put on by the
faculty. So I set down expectin' to hear
readins from Shakespeer er somethin' like
and
that. When all ov a suddent these teachurs come a prancin' out and I don't know
whut-all. Well—I pokes this guy in the ribs
and I sez—Whuts them teachurs tryin' ta disclaims
do. He sez they're raisin' money to get a
all
foreign stoodent hyar. Well I sez this seems
like a no-account way to do it. I mean you'd
think those teachurs could pay fer it out Responsiof ther salaries 'sted of panhan'dlin' on the
• ••• •
stage. W e l l , I g o t u p a n d wandered
aroun' lookin' fer a midway when this little
filly comes up and sez—how about a dance.
for
Well frens, I tole her 'bout the only dancin'
I done was behind a plow and I didn't
THE
opine to start in. After goin' 'round to these
little sideshows fer about an hour or two
I left. To this day I cain't figger out these
STAID
Teachurs Trainin' institushuns. Them stoodents was a jumpin' and a hollerin' and I COLLEGE
don't know whut-all.
This guy sez to me its a question of mind
over matter and I sez—fren, your right,
they don't have no minds and it don't seem
seem to matter (Well wluit do you want
fer a nickel 0 ' 5 )
GNUS
NEWS,
FRIDAY,
FEBRUARY
2 4 ,1 9 5 6
Hop on the band wagon
I don't have to be
Come to the show
Brilliant, clever or arty
PHI DELTA'S MINSTREL
To enjoy D and A's
MASQUERADE PARTY
Eveiybody go!
Come one and all
And prove your might at
WAA's
BASKETBALL THROW
on Saturday night.
OUTING CLUB
will send you to
far away places
via their
FILMERAMA
Veterans Crown Queen
A t First Inaugural Ball
Bring a student
from across the map
Buy a CHANCE
Z-46 1
—
•
Where's Max going?
To MUSIC COUNCIL'S
"3 PENNY OPERA"
why?
To win a free record.
-
See and Hear
It's State Fair Time
CHI SIG'S
So follow the craze
HIT PARADE THROUGH
To Sigma Phi Sigma's
THE YEARS
MIRROR MAZ E
Old Commons
10c a try
-
Silhouettes'. 1 "
Lake Mouse has B A L L O O N S
T h e y w a n t y o u to break.
Frisky MYSKIK fills the bill.
Throw your
It's up to you. Come try your skill.
And
STUDENT COUNCIL'S
SACK
It A C F '
The burlap bags are
going to race
Place your bet and
DARTS
prize y o u m a y t a k e .
Do y o u like y o u r
rilled'1
really
Then
.stomach
lake a walk to
PIFRCF'S
H o t !><»" S t a n d
watch
t h e chase.
A Happy And Prosperous STATE FAIR
To Our Many College Friends
Stop In And See Us After The Last Show!
OLENDORF'S TAVE
WASHINGTON TAVERN
85 (Jiff Certificate
Lake
Avenue
(52 N o r t h
Lake
Avenue
HERBERT'S
RANCH TAVERN
(i,i N o r t h
BEST %nm
101)4 M a d i s o n
Avenue
:illd
LARRY'S .MUSIC BAR
BEST CONCESSION
BOULEVARD CAFETERIA
liJH C e n t r a l
C o r n e l ' ol O n t a r i o a n d M a d i s o n
Avenue
('oinpliinents ol the
MIKE'S
HOD Madison Avenue
NEW
YORK.
FRIDAY.
MARCH
VOL.
2. 1956
n ff cers
' B k : s w i " b e ° « ' s a l e l " »» J a n e Idc, Seniors; Marvann Ku«( \
students until 4 p.m. this a f t e r u o m k o W R k l , , , „ „ „ „ „ „ , „ , | | k „ „ „,,„ ,,,,„..
-
; EDWARD E. POTTER CLUB
STEP RIGHT UP FOLKS!
presents
NEWMAN'S MASCOT,
GET YOUR PIZZA
POLAROID
MR. GIRAFFE
j
POTTERGRAPH
Welcomes ye one and all,
WHILE IT'S HOT—
to come and get hitched
at the
on State Fair Day
PIZZA
STAND
In Draper's Lower Hall.
Big yellow kernels
And lovely golden butter
Presented
by
1
NEWMAN CLUB
BRUBACHER is selling it
IIILLEL Presents
'
Why not try a bit?
and
Enchanting music
SCA
Exotic trances
Come and see
We admit it!
Our Israeli Dances
This is one thing we can't fix.
When making a date
Win one, win all
with someone at State
At the COMMERCE CLUB
Repeat Performance
Be smooth
WHEEL OF FORTUNE"
One spin may change
S () A K - A T II O N
Send a telegram
vour life.
Come to SLS Water Works,
Via I) F B A T F
Throw a ball,
And down the Jerks!
Girls are lovely, music's
who;
THE VETS
smooth
Cafeteria be entranced
what
"MR.
ROBERTS
V A N I) E It Z F F S
We accommodate both
where: REAR CAFETERIA
young and old
"Who's Who in
at our
in IIUSTFD
S t a t e College
B Z s " D I M E A DANCE"
- - -
We've a game that's played with water.
Avenue
ALBANY.
heme of the affair, and is being ciety a U h e i r meeting In Draper 111
held in conjunction with t h e indue- „ „ „ , „ , , „ „ „ „, ,„ „ m ,,- {m ,„
XLI NO. 4 lion of the society's new slate of l h ( , , n m „ M , „ . „ . ,,,„.,„„.„
,
"
grilled'.'
2.r)() W e s t e r n
ews
What does the future hold
for you?
Come over and see
What CANTERBURY CLUB
can do?
Do y o u l i k e y o u r hot dogs
Though you can's swim like Neptune's daughter,
T h e Veterans' Society sponsors its in Lower misled. T h e price Is $1.1 fill
first a n n u a l Vets' Ball tonight from per couple. T h e administration nun
10 p.m. to 2 a.m. in t h e ballroom of granted 2 a.m. hours for all (jirls nt>
the Hotel S h e r a t o n - T e n Eyck, a n - tending t h e dance.
nounces David Palmer '57, general
The highlight of the evening Will
chairman. Dance music will be p r o be the coronation ol the Queen i '
udec by J o h n n y Costa and his o r - , , „ . B a „ .,-,„.
,
b|,,
cnestra. " T h e Inaugural Ball" is th« b j m , m b ( , , . s „ f (1)( , V p
from GAMMA KAP
CO-OR
STEWART'S I(E CREAM
*I7:> Washington Avenue
Spotlight O f Weekend Centers
O
l^""
a
•
a
^
mm
n Driiudcher, vierce
Exchange
S
A/lore Studenis
I
Senate —*7oday
# wv«m
|
*-'**jpr*m>
ee
Sunday
interviewed on radio slut Ion V V A I I Y ' N
iors;
Programs,
Barbara
Balinski
'56; Refreshments,
Mary
Bradley
'58: Decorations, M a r g a r e t
Pierce
'58; Chaperones. Sally Weeks '59.
T^B
j
I
"Matinee
asking
f o r money
m i l ol surplus grains, M a r i l y n Fuller '58: Refresh- T a l h a m .
irWju.
month.- a l t e r t h e money has been incuts, M \ rn.i Cohen Arrangement.-,
The chaperones l o r Pierce Hall * J ' *
pent
T h e rules are p r i n t e d else- Altreda W r o i i a . ! i v - l u n c h , Decora- a r e ' Robert C. I.uippold, Assistant
.•.here on this page and provide l o r Imps, P.Uriel,i D c M e i s
5(1
Professor ol Mathematics, and Mrs.
i
closer
check
b\ S B F on t h e Pa-re,• H i l l
(leneral Chairmen
I.uippold; Violet I I I.arney. Assoore.ikdown.s in the budgets ol o r - . b a n Burguiere '5(i. and Margarei ciale Professor of M a t h e m a t i c s , and i
J,une-. I.ockhart
' o. S m i t h .
Ai i., n e m e u ' s . l i e i i \
Sig- M r . I.arney, and M r s . Gladys Ranc
; i i i i / i i tlun.the newly-elected member ol C o i n
e " . C l e m - i m , P i i r a i , II,di . b i n - Social Director ol Pierce H a l l
Above is a picture of the
ell,
suggested
thai
S B F have
,
morning assembly, February
meeting w i t h t h e treasurers ol ai
organi/.al ions in order
to cxplait
lull.
t liese rule- and t h e ]jn>, edure 1 i
ken
l ruin
l i e surplus
in i
Council Passes Recommendation
Of Student Board O f Finance
Student
Board ,; F l i i a i r e oi ew
up •• revised set ol rules governing
t h e . s p e i i d i r . ' "1 SI l l i l e l ' l A. .-i ,cla t l o i i
" "
Editor's Note: Last
lily
witnessed
H e ' l l lie- .illiei i
,1 ' h e Vels Ho
eiel \ are Presali lit ,1a i.es 1 ,„ I.
hart '57; Vice-President John K h a p p
'".'•>
Si ci e t , n \ , Fl'ai k Mi l b all,
'I rea.Mirer
Phillip
Halliu
Hoi la,
C h a i r m a n . I lav id Palniei. J i u i l o l »,
Kxecilt l\ e Coiiin il, | Ion.,Id Mi I 'lain
TimeC a r 111 I c h a e I
li e ,lunch ,
Charles
Wl!se\.
Robel I
Mlliplll
S |.h in, '1'es; Rnliei I Hoy es ,1 illii
M o r n i '. J u n i o i s
Frida
10 11
a n extreme
chanac.
every seal was filled.
Failure to do this w i l l result
in immediate t r e e i n g of the
budget of the o l l e n d i n g o r ganization
e Budgets
will
be u n l r o / e n
w i t h the s u b m i t t i n g ol t h e
bill
Sunday Concert
Sigma
man
lor
Lambda
I I ill
hale
Siinda>
,1, ni\
Department
Plans Meetings
New
(lull a
schedul
to Kiebal ,1
Pi e idei.l ,,| S I . ; ,
Ambl'i isl1 '•
New man
1
-'nun
aci oi ihui
V.insie: te 'all
Ed
' """•--
Fraternity Gives
week's assem-
b
s u e B,11nli.ii:
inigel,
anno • ,
• i,m i i ' l a h n g s i " . o o i
he Board
I'n .-••.ii Cb hi in.i I I
lem Miss B . i i n l i . ! '
Council
voted
h i appoint
M.n \ p l a n : I he new
Jane Fisher and Alleeli Cochrane, will
h'.eel
'.'.'.'!,
a l l ol gahl/.i t ;oh
Seniors, as C o - C h a i r m a n oi Press treasurer- Wednesd.n in Draper JiKl
iiure.,11 u n t i l t h e end ol the sem- at .1 1! '-11
Facll • T g a n i / a ' mil head
ester A n i o i i e wishing i n work .vith must send a repre.-enl ai ive to the
Press Bureau is ask, d to contact meeting oi c a n . , , - ! M i - B a r n h a r l
either one o l these girls
The Student Board ol Finance rec-
at the Palace
Committees lor I he hall are Pub
licit.!. John K h a p p •"•«, and V, I 111
P l l l l i a m 5K. 'I ickels, P h i l l i p lis in
Fa\ ols ami Flow el
Yal, I ii ,,\ Hon
Junior , Decoration
Donald Mi
C l a m , .lame- C a r m i , h a d h c h m u i
and M a n
K n i g h t ,7
he f r o m 9 p.in l " 1 a m . and '
T h e queen of the 'Sea Fantasy,"
o'clock hours w i l l be in effect l o r w i l l be crowned by Johanna Lecakes
I m i l - a t t e n d i n g either l u n c l i o n . '58, queen of last year's
formal.
The
Campus
Sereniulers
w i l ! The coronation w i l l take place at
nit up i he Iheme n| "Stairway to 11 MO p.m., after the Intermission,
siudent
Council
it their
Wed- i l l ' ' S t a r s " ,,i Briibachei Hull.
A'
T h e chaperones
f o r Brubaeher
a. Professor
olWChi
ry, andAssistMrs.
indicates discu.-wsinn nl the Myskahln en
d u r iHall
ng
Pierce
C h i l e niermissioiis
Pavne's
PedHall are; L.
a l t etnist
r Schult/.e,
Mr. and
Mrs. Merlin
W. ?
iie-.da\
set the (both
. . l t > - dance:
. A , „ , , , , „ . , ; , , , „ , , , „ , „ „ , „ , •«,.,, .I,anni;
„ „ Professor
of Science,
and Mrs.
a
m e n d m eevening
n t s and meeting
.inniiuncements
i-sembh
agenda h a today, wlueii K:in!as\
" te
Hetresli' nac.i'ic
l s: . w i l l be ,erv/ ea,y ,Robert
P. of
I.anni.
Assistant
'
the S
Hc
ah
t hual lw
Director
Athletics
and
< 'i •••unit
Council approved the new rules dances are
Brubaeher H a l l : C e l l - Director ol Brubaeher H a l l , respec- i t ,
b\ Student Board ol F i - eml C h a i r m a n , .Mai'. Pirciano '58, t ively, and Robert J. T a l h a m , Assist- F j
| i rropiised
o|
and Mrs. J&
nance
tn check
on organi/.alloii - Orchestra, M i r . B n v n j
'.ill. Pro- ant Professor ol Science,
S
('!', i!e I'a\ ne '57 reporled thai out
oi i i i i w o r k i n g airpiti., ol $(i.tiOfi. i
h i : le i ,\ er SI ,l)(l() has oeen .spent t l u •.- ; , i ' '1 he $10,00(1 t o r the C a m i i w i l l
at ;t p ,n t h e
cjl ecu and the new president « III l)f
P P | ( C
wing them
afternoon
roririflls & ^Ue A^U* ^JZZT«S^ZIZ»I
Student Council:
Brubaeher and Pierce Halls capLure t h e spotlight
tomorrow n i g l n
w i t h Hie presentation ol their a n iiual f o r m a l dances
Dancing w i l l
ine Skutnik, Sophotnorcn Fnlluwlny
Hie coronation, the queen will pre
s( n l l h ( , ...1V(,| ( | ( ,,,,, « , l v . ; , , , ( , A t l t . , , , ,
ami
iH I'M- idehl
-I
II,ih
. . n . i I i. hi 1.1 Si p.. i will In ili I i
la ci I h o l e .1 to li p in ill II
le-u-c
l.'i.i South
I .like
A\ eiii.e
A (j i l.i i let
I I imposed ,,l
*£.;:;;
Conferences
a All itemized expense account.
A meeting will be held Tue.-dav u
iccompanied bv bills Wher- , „ " , . , , . , 7 Q " f
„'" ,
'"','"
State Colle-je studetil- w i l l pe I l l
i,
' . , ,
i , D i a p e r 3-19 tor all Juniors and n t h , , a,,, -oneeri
I he musicians a l e
e> er possible, must be handed
' " " • ' ' ' " "' '
' " "
' ' '"
( r s
1 w l
in wit b i n one week a l t e r t i n
' ' '"l "
" enroll lor student teach- W i l l r u n Stickle -. t i r . u l Joe Me Dow
close ot the conference.
nig next >ear. announces Edwm I' ' " :,li- t - ' h ' ; ' ' P a n i c
h Failure to do so will call tor Adkuis Director ot Education. This in- Clement > ' ,'J
ommendations
were
approved b ,
S i u d e n l s who wish to apply a . s m ( k , n |
(•,,„,„.,]
Wednesdav a n d
exchange delegates to t h e Univer- i M | l n | i , , . , , , , , . ,
,,, l l n ,,,i ,,,,.p,
'n,,.,
Hi
ol Ciinncct lent
.nay s t i l l on
, ^ i ,
Viled
W i
'"
" 1>; ' 1 U > l f l i n , W " S l ' ( , t i " " ' s ' w h i r l , re.rcs'lii'ni'hi'.s'will I
:
at 10 a n i . and -1 p.m. Fach student
must attend one of these meetings
Newman
Hall
will
sp.ms
nihsl lie
" ' overdrawing
( ipeii I b-ii-e Irnlii J to .i p i n
si si i
iss Ambrosino.
Ambrosino, c
ih
ha
I la
Anderson met w i t h President Col- ' " A Phils ' w i l l ' , , n l \ he recinuu/ed
A Upon an auditor's discovering
Student t e a c h i n g assignments M
Miss
a iirtuah
r m a n nl II
,
...m
, part upon
. i vent.
|M1S
; i , i d James Sweet
ali. a l n u i
I n n i i t h e retailer m wholesaler i , , ol the ovta'drawing oi a line ,or,a next year w i l l depend
i v e l i t . Other
Other commit
commitlee
lei- include
meliiili
breakdown nl a line, m it ilicat loll is m l r m a t i o n
secured
during
t h i - Di curat ions. C a t h e r i n e ( )|ui ci \ n
\MIA
.hid Collin--lic.a'Sleu that
w hum the nioiie.', ! I
111 cling, s t i dents Will also h a l e na Wl'alloiics. llcshn.ei, Well mil
'he l l h a h c l a l
el up A M I V could
B Kxcepiimis
' " be sent to the o l l e n d i n g organ
Items obiaiuahle , i i l \ w i i b m i - i / a t i o i i asking I ln-iii In appear l o r I he opport u n i t y ol m a k i n g 1 heir spe - ii.g C n
l i r e Judith d a m n
it.
h e l p I n be s' a o d l / e i l , ! ) \ l e q l l i l I I I :
I,a' w i n c h no a d - a hearing at the next S B F meeting. ' I"' i d requests
l o r assignments C iluiiibinc
Baran. Allelic
slusai/
medial e u i
.in order blank I " ]>•• siibinltted In
u'!e\
S.dali
\
b
rin-. ii. a i l K.I tn HI is to be sent out known
to the Milne
department
•-'nphoumre
\ ,i ii.-e bill i .oi he obtained
l o i e any iiioiaw
i- i .sued In t i n
I h ., I,
Bind,
,i Bills ha I ne e Items mil t lie at least three lavs belore the hear- heads who will make student teach.- jurie F o r m
Board
A l l the ol'dei
l o i eqlll|i:
eshllieli
ug
by
the
Secretary
of
SBF
"
Placement.'
l l . l l l l l l i l i n ,'.11 h i l l ol;e Week
inclil
inn I be itenn/ed b\ A M I A
i n i l i - i i i - i i to S H I 1 '
uri ha -i
B At the hearing S B F is to u.
t i d e h\ a l i p inril', vi ite i l t i n
di aw nig w a
warranted.
' " by c o n t a c t i n g Joseph Andei
• - ,,
i, , , , , ! , , , , , ,,,.,,1
ai
t l n o i i g h .indent mall
nUu^ZJniu'n^
.in ' ' " ' ' • " " '"
AI e(| es
o 1 "iie\
^
i | ) v bilb
Great W h i t e W a y Comes To State;
Statesmen, G e t Your Tickets Early!
| , , pnieedurc
"
S
' " ' "
e
,7 and '/..nth
in
!• \ei \ on
to attend t h e
m ( U)K
for h a n d l i n g cast
"
Registrar Announces Enrollment Statistics;
led",'r Twenty Students Register For Class O f 6 0
C I I the Board dei ides that II
• >\ el ill a w ing was la a w'.u r.inti
could b . i l e heel, a\ i 'Hied, the B, lard
1
empiiwereil
in.
to iinpo-e
the b i l l o w -
pell, tit 1'-
h'uth
I,ape.
b'eel-l r,,r
;,-a , b.e-
announced
enrollmenl
-tatl-ll'S
ul the C n -
the l o l l i i w i h g
•'-cinesle
I! von t h i n k that Hi.- pub,I l U has ,
li.m .-I the shew
been
, l c er
lilt ere • t n,..
Old e n .
11
' " ' ' '
" " ' " ""• • '"'"
A h o l n e i I.I euleii o . ' i t b i tin m oil,
ic i h e i i 1 in l,,i,e,l In p i ,
in | I
• n
- i - l ,
II
.' i c i - n i l . , , m i - ol $10 In $25
11' e/ing ol blldgel ot the o r g a n ,,
,, ,,,.
Z
i / . i l l o n l o i linn school weeks
new studenis enroll-<l ,n ' , u l ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' A ; , l ' s " ' " ' ' ' " ' '' '
,
,
,
,,
leal es a ' . I d
•'• II -I I In u.i mbi i ••
J a i m a r v a- Ihe lll'st members it the
, , , { | u .hini.u Class i. A t.a.,1 i d
.a
allel
t i n A I' lull ., w., I
, e, h i
ill,,ill
I ( Kerch a w ;ng o| $1 to $111
! I ee/.ing o| budget ol I be o r g a n n a t i o n loi I w., School w eeks
v.... :;„;;;:',;: ,,;;•.„ ,",,;;, K',.,,,lu, ;•,• - '^;'nm,wing ,,i more than %&
e II I 111
I I I , I, a , ,.'» men
1 lesbllia h el.is
I'Aei", |ilae, ol i m p , , n a n c e in t i e Bealldli,
u
III ailillilol'. ' " ' I n
sell., ,| has been I I
led With urn |in
1 lerelileaii Insk . . ! a i i l h i i ' - l u p
lie
p u b l l c i n ha the State College H e m e
talented \
h h , s 11 udei i ,i l;.a i I!,.
••'•'" ""• i""»'-'-i"-'i ••la...
tor the
Class ,•! lillili
hers i,| ! h ,
-I III dm
i-m" lie
, i
Twei,i\
!hi. ttl,hlll,l„,1
,, „ „,„
iiu't
ecu u i i l t i i i
n i '
- n i .
i
v
discretion ,,1 Board w i t h the /-^rrA
l l „ S,.,,c College H e m , , s a , t , l - " ' ^
'
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' " " ' ' ' " ' '","'
. . „ p . u v . . l nl Student Council
O/F/Ce
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STATE C O L L E G E
Cooperation
NEWS,
FRIDAY, MARCH 2 ,
1956
S T A T E C O L L E G E N E W S . FRIDAY. MARCH
I'l the editorial column three weeks ago the sad condiMoll of the Association of Men's Intramural Athletics was
presentoci , A part of their trouble seemed to stem from
the I'MCl, they had no itemized bills to accompany their
voucheru which they submitted to Student Board of To the Editor:
Finance,
Our highest judicial and legislative bodies have seen fit to adopt a
This limit, reflects the inadequacies of both of these time-worn,
yet worthy policy in the
student groups, Student Board of Finance took action this execution of lively s t u d e n t governweek In remedy the situation by recommending that all nls
ment—a
man has the right to speak
own m i n d
requests for money be accompanied by bills. These bills
• • only
• • • • be accepted
• •from
..
. . retailer
' • . • 'to whom the money
This policy is, indeed, elementary
will
the
to government such as we have a t
1
Is to in puliI.
State. I, along with many c liters,
feel t h a t this declaration )f policy
SI uclent Board of Finance also proposed that they keep is to be commended.
a more rigid watch over all line spending. In the past, or- Seeing t h a t an institution lacks in
this quality of open mind in public
H'ttnlzalloilH have been able to overdraw lines and then meetings,
we, therefore, accept
appeal In Student Association to pay the bill. Some organi- a n d agreemust
with any efforts m a d e
ziilloilH lire also given lump sums for conference lines and upon the part of others who possess
the s t r e n g t h and conviction to speak
no itemized expense accounts have been demanded.
forth t h e multipurpose thoughts
t h a t lurk in their minds? Quite
Now Student Hoard of Finance has set up a system to often
the thoughts are short, not
'Get
these
Inefficiencies.
What
now
remains
is
the
encoi
out of necessity, but lack of reforcenieiil. ol fhese rules. The easy part is finished . . .sources. T h e n gain, the thoughts are
of great length, or power, not due
talk I.-i cheap,
a l ^ ^ o .
laS'Cl
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D J.J.
DCttCr
morning, I suddenly became aware
of the startling effect winter has
upon S t a t e . My thoughts, prejudiced
by the chill t h a t lashed my body,
m a d e an insane a t t e m p t to put, an
aura of green and w a r m t h around
the barren school. It was futile. T h e
cold, worn hand of winter shielded
my eyas and allowed me to see only
reality t h r o u g h its icy fingers.
the faculty
a n d administration
backed i t 100%—it was successful
because S t a t e College s t u d e n t s t u r n ed out in full force to enjoy t h e m selves for a n evening.
To the faculty, to my committee
in
particular, and to the whole stud e n t body I extend my t h a n k s .
Marilyn D e S a n t a '57.
Solution? .
.
.
Reiner
"I move t h a t we expel Myskania from this assembly!"
Common-Stalest
By MONAIIAN and KLKINKL
a little learning' is an
all-too common tiling
TWO III ADS A HI
The ravin; of the boy politicians over compulsory assemblies is
clouding other ma Iters in the proposed constitution revision. Student,
Board of Finance is slated to gain eight members and added power in
emergency appropriations from surplus. Right now, some of its functions
are handled adequately, others are fulfilled with an approach to competence, and still others find the group hopelessly mired. Auditing is a n
instance. Two auditors now wield the red pencil. But one auditor, a
Senior with two full years of experience in bureaucracy, would do a betto the richness of resource, but ow- ter job. As things stand, this important function is marked by confusion,
ing to a dependence upon personal contradiction, and calamity. Adding new members and making the group
accusations—the penny candy of more powerful seem hardly measures to cure present ills.
student government.
INTELLIGENCE ON THE LOWER LEVEL
An ounce of air-filled accusation
n—this time in aa different vein from toothThe Co-op strikes again—this
is worth a pound of constructive
cure: it makes assemblies like those paste and typewriters. Their new commodity is music geared to the S t a t e
of yore; it fills assembly seats with College taste. 110'; otf, people! i It should sell fast because no one will
a clamoring audience expected t o ever -live a pop qui/, on it. Just, once really let yourselves go! By-pass
legislate; it allows personalities t o those text ; you haven't bought; revel in recordmania.
become the judges of our law; it SWEETNESS
blocks the way of cures and ideas
Someone told us to be pleasant, So, here goes: 2(i days until Easter
for our legislative ills.
vacation! Aren't you happy?
I, along with others feel t h a t
everyone has the freedom to speak BETTER NOW THAN LATER
his own mind and contest the ideas
Co-ed swimming is the latest innovation for the atleets and atof others. T h a t arm of freedom ends leeses. Now there's no need to wait until J u n e to sec what She looks
where the other person's nose be- like in a bathing suit, men! This is good?
.
O i March 10 the State College Revue will be presented.
Each 'ear this strictly original show gives students an opport, unl fy to express their talents in the directing or acting
phase In addition to providing good entertainment for
about two hours,
This year's Revue promises to be a very successful
h look around school will demonstrate the unique
0111
IIIK colorful publicity afforded the show,
e music for the Revue is also original. This will be
.Hiippieiueiiled by dancing. The theme of this year's show Bins,judi
i was alarmed to see our highropruNPnti. u complete change from last year's effort. The ^ ^as' t to
^ ggoo l w n S? X f f e f
pint r uiliilns elements of a serious nature interspersed low's throat. Accept the ideas and
not the t r a s h !
W i a|t« ul comedy.
T h e assemblies of yesteryear ere
Aiiol her pleasing aspect of the State College Revue is long since dead. Let's leave them
they lie. It's a new generation
the i. iiuliei ul students who are helping to produce it. where
with problems of a different n a t u r e .
M'ui him :!()() students arc helping to make this Revue If we are to provide a s t r e a m the l;i it yel Many of these people are relative newcomers lined government for ourselves, it
is necessary to insure every conon th Mcene of extra-curricular events.
structive thinker against a recuruntimely, inappropriate,
The advertising for the Revue has been conducted rence of thesituation
t h a t occurred in
quite • xleii.'ilvely It. is hoped by the advertising committee ridiculous
assembly this past week.
that n I ol n I ol 200 patrons will be pledged at the end of
Sincerely,
the djive next. Week.
Dick Beaudin
Si keep In mind the date for your State College Ree
Kditor:
vue, Sou ran be one of the patrons of this year's event by T oInt h reference
to the article conbuylm a ticket Tickets will be on sale Monday. Let's cerning Dr. Wheeler's
lecture on
boost Nftite College Revue way over the top. We've got S t a t e leadership (February 24 i :
tlir sli iw, imw nil we need is your support.
The article stated that practically
KVER-READY S K A T E R S ACT
Once upon a dream there was talk of a skating rink on Dorm Field,
lake many good ideas, the dream was killed in the talking stage. Last
weekend, n a t u r e provided the field with ice ino one else would d a r e ) , and
Slate students capitalized on this kindness. A respectable rink is w h a t
we need. Too bad the people in power never suffer status q u a l D m s . . .
DORMS DANCE, ETC.
There was once a time when the "social" calendar included only
m u n d a n e things like basketball games. This weekend it's all parties:
including T H R E E formats! A country-club cometh.
LARGE SIBLING IS WATCHING
Campus Commission, a group t h a t already has B i g - B r u t h e r - I s - W a t c h ing-You warning powers, now announces a Five Year Plan! Shades of
George Orwell!
A MODEST PROPOSAL
The shockingly liberal dorm hours appall us. I t is a grave mistake
to allow twenty-year-old college girls to roam unprotected until midnight
.and even beyond!i. College people, who are still shaping their minds,
cannot be expected to make the moral judgments of which their working
siMcrs, who have finished their education, are capable. College girls
need the protection of locked doors, sign-in sheets, and brick walls.
all of the present, student govern- Always mindful of the best interests of our defenseless damsels, we sugment leaders were conspicuous with gest that their hours be sharply revised downward.
their absence. To err LS h u m a n , for- MADNESS Rl LES, II NO ONE WILL . . .
give divine, but to know and then
o n e question: Who is the parliamentarian? You have thirteen guesses.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
say differently . . . V On the 21st at
7:30 p.m. a reception for new Irtish
ESTABLISHED
MAY
1916
and transfers was held. All Myskania, KA officers, class presidents
UY T H E
CLASS O F 1918
and officers were invited. Almost
First Place ACP all attended. This leaves many conspicuous absences!
March 2, 1U5IJ
David Youst W)
No. 4
I R I D A Y , MARCH 2
10:00 a m. Compulsory HA Assembly, Page Hall.
I ii •
W i ' . nr-.il,iv Irom 7 in
l . , i ,i
i.uil
i uaii I, Y.imluh 8-HU52; To the Lditor:
:i DO p.m Hinlog.i' Club Tour It. State Education Building leaves from
.second Hour Hasted.
This is a reply to the letter which
Vols' Hall, Ten Eyck Ballroom.
K SI nIi
Collc
ul' T r . i c h r r s , appeared in this column on Friday, 10:00 p.in
t h e s t u d e n t February 17, concerning a proposed
NEW a I I . i , I ! , I
s.vn
R
O
W
,
MARCH :i
\a«il. Iil'li- i
series of cultural programs at S l a t e
Brubacher
Formal, Mam Dniiiit, Room.
iJ (H) p 111
College.
The
co-authors
ol
last
I I t i l l f I I \>\ Ml \ l I
Cu-Kllltur in t'llmf
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HI I II
Pierce Hall Formal, Ingle Room.
t'o-lidltui III C h i e f week's letter wish to substitute an
All I I \ i Ii HII INI
E x e c u t i v e laillur expanded athletic program for the
K M 111 1 ' M n . 1 1
Public lleliUlona I illtor
perform- S1NDAY, MARCH 1
i M l i i ,41 .
i H U H III VI III It
l l u i l n e s s Advertising lalitcir suggested famous artists
Hiv< i '. in m u s s
:; of) p.m. Newman Hall Open House, 741 Madison Avenue
C i r c u l a t i o n Editor ances.
H Villi U I I Ml II
AhKiiviuti: Editor
11:00 p III. Jazz Concert, Sigma Lambda Sigma House, 15SS. 1. ike Avenue.
We
fake
issue
with
the
assertion
III.I I'l
M i l l II
Assoclutt: Editor
SOC'f Meeting, Chanlilllg Hall, Unitarian Churcl , Washingt h a t .Stale students should have all
i n I I II m i l H/IIM .HI
Siu.rU Editor
IIIIIN Id. SI It
•
ton Avenue.
A»«H'Ut« F e a t u r e Keillor opportunity to display their talents
(j:30 p in News Board Dinner-Meeting, Government Room, Urubacher.
i n : I m i i.II II I I I
•SUIT riioloKrujiher in preference to recognized masters.
It is certainly presumptuous of a m a A l l i m n ,i • I. Mn
I hi lie llllllruMiiill t o the u l l l i i r mill muni he Malted. Niimct,
T l E S D A Y , MARCH 0
ami
T h e HTA'IK C O L L E G E NKWH issuiiiL'.i n o r e s p o n s i b i l i t y teurs to value their own efforts over
H i l l lie v i
Junior Student 'reaching Meeting, Diaper 340.
. i|.i.
it IU . iiiiiiiin.', or eonniiuniciiUoii.v u, s u c h e x p r e s s i o n s do n o t those of accomplished artists who 10:00 a.in
t"l i.|
i. lie. I
have spent years studying and p r a c - 4:00 p.m. Junior S t u d e n t 'reaching Meeting, Draper 340.
ticing. The very word, "student," THURSDAY, MARCH K
implies a status of inexperience. 7:30 p i n 1VCF Meeting, Brubacher Hull.
8:00 p.m. "Evening Abroad" Party, Brubacher Upper Loungi
(Continued
on Page 3, Column li
College Calendar
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PAGE 3
Winter Talons Transform State Biology Group Chemistry Department Conducts
Into Introverted Shivering Mass Sponsors Tour, Government Experimental Project
By ART PLOTNIK
Dr. George Murphy of the C h e m - t h a t the ocean will serve as a source
Elects
Officers
istry D e p a r t m e n t has, for the past of water for municipal supplies and
As I looked at the school one cold had clung until death to the clumsy
three years, been heading in a re-
GommumoottoHA.
XtitNt. weekend a concrete demonstration was given of
the cooperation which can exist between the students and To the Editor:
the fiu'iilty, Organizations put all their energy behind the Last weekend marked one of the
tnost satisfying events t h a t takes
I'orolflii itudont benefit.
place a t State—our college—giving
LIINI NoiiK\ster might have been symbolized in many a boost to foreign s t u d e n t s by way
S t a t e Pair.
fltudoiltl1 minds by apathy, but State Fair helps to prove of The
event was most successful,
that renditions arc changing for the better. We wish to not because of any one committee
exprcHH the thanks of the student body to Marilyn DeSanta, or any one organization, b u t b e of 40 groups organizing a n d
General Chairman of the event and her committees who cause
working to present a series of conmade the Pair a success.
cessions. I t was successful because
A
2. 1956
How vivid is the contrast between
s u m m e r and winter a t S t a t e ! T h e
talons nf winter rip the symbolic
ivy skin from the sensitive summer
walls. T h e melted butter t h a t the
sun would drench our soft campus
with has been replaced by a cold,
hard slice spread on a stale, moldy
base. Dorm Field . . . a thick rug
to be buried in—now a lifeless wofien floor under a cheap white linoleum.
The walk from the dorms to the
school . . . in summer an inspiring
archway of the overhanging leaves
leading to a radian! mass of m a terialized education now a barbed
obstacle course hindering the way
to a passive struct lire of ice-like
bricks. The hoarse cackle ol tire
c h a i n s have replaced the laughing
summer voices in an overcrowded
convertible.
Even Hie halls within I he school
. . . once saturated with the warm
sunlight, and fragrant air that would
inevitably find their way in now
formidably cold and infected with
limpid pools of melted snow t h a t
winter boots of the students.
This afternoon at 3 p.m. Biology
The worst of all effects has been Club will sponsor a tour of the S t a t e
t h a t on the very nature of the s t u dents. In summer with their a r m s Education Building. T h i s tour will
and necks free to breathe the m a - include visiting existing exhibits
gical scent of the fresh air, their and the actual preparation of new
actions blessed the school and all
freshest thoughts and invigorated exhibits. Other items on the agenda
around I hem. But until spring, we for inspection are the collections of
are all but introverted, bundled, insects, fossils, plants, m a m m a l s and
shivering machines — a suspended birds. All persons interested in going
slate of animation waiting to be
melted back into our free and s u n - on this tour should meet on the
second floor of Husted. Erhard
ny stale of nature.
Koehlcr '57 will be in charge.
Sm/les Requests
More Tryouts
Mary Knight. '57, President of
Smiles, Slates t h a t
t h e active
membership now numbers 45, but
tryouts are still being contacted. To
expedite (natters it, would be a help
if tryouts would contact Miss Knight
and let her know their activities
ioi' Clinton Square Neighborhood
House. J o h n Minon '58. is the coordinator for the Albany Home fin
Children.
Recently when Mrs. Bennett, the
Director of Clinton Square Neighborhood House, was suddenly taken
ill, this organization was called u p on to take over fol her and her
classes were taught by Smiles m e m bers.
- - - Communications - - -
search project for the U. S. Government. Since October Dr. Richard
Spalding has been associated with
him in this work, but h a s been m a i n ly concerned with a different phase
of the experiment. T h e work has
been conducted in a laboratory constructed two years ago in the Husted
attic for research purposes.
The contract for this work was
negotiated through t h e Research
Foundation of the University of the
S t a t e of New York from trie U. S.
D e p a r t m e n t of Interior in J u n e of
'53. I t was originally for one year
but has since been extended three
times for one year Increments. The
amount for this experiment for the
past three years has totaled over
$34,000.00.
Last Tuesday at 10 a.m. in Husted
2(>0 Gary Larson '58 was elected
Biology Club President. T h e rest of
the slate of officers elected to serve
with him were Vice President, William Sehwngcr '58; S e c r e t a r y - T r e a s T h e project is concerned with sea
urer. Betty Pflegl; Historian, P a - water demineralizafion or the devistricia Terwilliger, freshmen.
Also ing of technical means of removing
i lected was a Steering Committee salt from sea water economically so
consisting of Koehlcr, Paul Bertan,
Juniors, and Ellen MacLaughlin '58.
Future activities for this group
include a weekend trip to the Woods
Hole Marine Biological Laboratories
m Massachusetts. This trip is open
to all interested persons. These laboratories are noted for their work
on marine biological specimens.
Biology Club is a campus organization with membership open to all
students actively or remotely interested in Biology or other associated
sciences
faculty
footnoted.
' ('o)i/ nun (I 11 mn 1'atir,.', Column ~>
Donald E. Dean, who obtained his
Presumably S t a l e College u n d e r - i.ch would not share the cultural Master's D c r e e in Physics in J u n e .
g r a d u a t e s are here to learn. What interest found at State'.'
1955, has the results of his seminar
affords better opportunity for just
We further doubt that S t a l e tal- study published m the February
t h a t t h a n watching the best people ent could create better public rela- issue of The American J o u r n a l of
perforin in their respective fields? tions than a famous artist series. Physics under the title I'sing the
F u r t h e r m o r e , athletic participation How many members of the general Snooperscope with the Spectrometer.
would be confined to a mere handful public would prefer to see J o h n Dean h a s adapted t h e wartime
of the male students, who represent Brown shoot a basket rather t h a n snooperscope used to see the enemy
only one-third of the student body. h e a r Jerome Hines sing? As for pub- in the dark by infrared to the stuWe further protest the ridiculous licity in "small local newspapers," dent spectrometer so t h a t the near
comparison between the a t t e n d a n c e syndicated scores tabulated on aultraviolet and infrared lines may be
at Stale College basketball games sheet full of other such data hardly seen. Mr. Dean is now teaching iu
and t h a t a t the Eva Le Galienne command more attention t h a n a Plattsburg High School.
performance. After t h e opposing large feature article about a famous
Dr. Edward Pease Shaw, Professor
team and its rooters assemble, the professional star Nor do basketball
gym capacity is reduced about hall. games usually receive reviews by of Modern Languages, has written
Hence, a relatively small percentage respected clitics to further claim a text for use in advanced secondof State students could make it a p - I lie public's eye. When if collies to year courses in French and French
pear crowded. The auditorium, on creating good will m area residents, civilization in c o - a u t h o r s h i p with
the other hand, can seal a much we rather doubt that the local citi- Don L. D i m m e s t of Ohio State Unilarger group: on the night of the Le zenry would prefer t h e dubious versity. The book, entitled French
Galienne readings the crowd tilled pleasure ol meeting a small college Civilization Through Fiction, is p u b sportster lo I he honor of being in- lished by Ginn and Company of
nearly t h r e e - q u a r t e r s of it.
Boston.
In addition, it would be an honor trodured to Arliir Rubcnstein. It
occurs
to
us
in
inquire
whether
the
for a town the size ol Albany to be
Joseph Garcia, Assistant Professor
included in a concert lour by one ol plays and score of a miscellaneous ol Physical Education, has been
basketball
game
will
be
remembered
the country's top performers. An inasked lo serve on the Development
ferior " J o h n n y - c n m e - l a l e l y " sports longer than the impact ol person- Clinic Committee of the National
ality
and
perfected
artistry
ol
Marprogram could not compete with
Soccer Coaches Association for 1950,
either RPI or Siena, but a good con- ion Anderson? For the same a m o u n t
Dr. Allan F. Rosebrock, Associate
cert series has every right to ex- ol money. we fell compelled to endorse culture over spurts. A season's
pect local support.
Professor
ul Education, will teach
pass for $4 is a bargain anywhere.
T h e poinl was raised thai a bet- In .shin t, we feel ilia! the February 17 ai John Hopkins University this
ter sports program would attract proposal exhibits glib words, faulty summer.
"high school seniors whose calibre logic, all.I delusions of grandeur.
would be beneficial to Stale Col- A delimit' lack 111 Albany's cultural
WATCH R E P A I R S
lege." We hate to disparage the aca- life could be supplied by a S t a t e
SPECIAL S T U D E N T P R I C E S
demic prowess of athletes, but not College - polisored concert series.
many are on the dean's list. R a t h e r We'll like lo see some definite act h a n fall into the ranks of some ol tion i.tkeii on Ibis constructive sug329 Western Ave.
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the other .schools in I hi; country, gestion
we prefer to attract s t u d e n t s who
Name B r a n d Watches & Jewelry1
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are interested in doing scholastic
30'" discount for Students
work of a high "calibre."
The concluding paragraph .stressed In the Editor:
the poinl thai an evening "I culture
The February LM, 11)51) issue ol
is "temporarily enjoyed and soon "Student Appeal," sell-styled oltlforgotten." It is eicn more ridicu- oi,d organ ol l i e Albany chapter
lous lo compare the ahtlctic e n t h u - ul s t u d e n t s it.r Democratic Action,
siasm of the male students at HI'I is an eM'cilciil example ol tlema217 Western Ave.
Albany, N. Y.
with that ol a predominantly It. mile gogllery on the campus The lead
I'll one (i-8oT0
student hud.i at Slate. II is mall article, entitled, ' Myskania and the
wonder that hockey has "done more
tConlinitt d on /'rti/c ), I'olumn l:
for RPI's Field House Usui t h e
yearly appearance til the I lost on
Hops." when the lolal number ol
I) i; l, I (' A T i: S S E N
games scheduled is noted Mill we
wonder Imw Hie a t t e n d a n c e Hemes
AMI
of one hockey came would compare
with those ol one Pops concert?
AN
II
II
Need 11 also be ment lulled lha! HI'I
l.s not a liberal a l l s school, and as
Libronon
a
OSS
Presents Party
other uses. I n the past this has
proved very difficult as all methods
up until recently have proven to be
very expensive.
The original task of the Albany
group was to determine theoretically the minimum amount of energy
required to effect separation. This
was completed by the end of the
first year, and the results suggested
new approaches by which separation
might be accomplished. Since t h a t
time they have been working on
their own inventions, to this end,
on a n experimental basis. These
experiments have been successful
and plans arc now being formulated
for developments on a larger scale.
This group is also continuing theoretical studies on a somewhat expanded scale.
The process which they have been
working on is unique in t h a t it is
based on the selective properties of
certain membranes and does not expend electric energy. The salt content of sea water contists primarily
of sodium chloride present in the
form of positive sodium ions and
negative chloride ions. These membranes have the properties of passing through either one or the other.
A demmeralizer consists of a suitable assembly of such membranes
through which feed water and concentrated brme are passed. Part of
the feed has salt removed in the
process. The result is a highly effective and economical means of removing, salt. T h e State College
group will continue with laboratory
work, while large scale development
will be conducted elsewhere.
The Department of Librnrianship
will sponsor an "Evening Abroad"
Party Thursday al 8 p.m. in the
upper lounge of Brubacher Hall.
Members of t h e Library School,
faculty, and guests are invited to
attend, announces Robert S. Burgess. Professor of Librnrianship.
Members of the a r r a n g e m e n t s committee include: C h a i r m a n , Jack Perkins: ('.race Atwootl. Pauline Regan,
Dr. Spaulding and two of the asMary Carolyn Derbigny, Reverend sistants are working on a second
J o h n Solomita, G r a d u a t e s : Sondra phase to find more suitable memBrill '57.
branes for Use in this work. Theoretical work on the nature of solutions
Eunice Norberg and S a r a h Diaz de of salt water is also h e m ; continued.
Latimer, gratis, will show slides and
render examples of Spanish dances,
Engaged in work on this project
respectively. Miss Derbigny will offer with Drs. Murphy and Spalding are
various folk songs. Also featured on three senior student assistants who
the program is an exhibit of photo- are Joseph Britt. David Champagne,
graphs, children's books and souve- and Frank Geslak. Robert Tabor,
nirs of foreign lands. Refreshments graduate of last year also worked
will be served.
on this project as chief assistant.
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yiiu
b a d l y ! l i e ' s told all Ihe old s t o r i e s so
m a n y l i m e s t h a t his friends a r e a v o i d i n g h i m
like Ihe p l a g u e . All he w a n t s is new m a t e r i a l .
Y o u ' v e m a d e the h o p s c o t c h t e a m . O r joined
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y o u r billfold, t h e r e ' s no b e t t e r w a y to p r i m e t h e
p u m p t h a n w i t h frequent p h o n e calls. In fact,
if y o u call a n y nighl a l t e r (i or all d a y S u n d a y ,
w h e n B a r g a i n K a t e s a r e in ellect, I lad will t h i n k
y o u ' v e l e a r n e d how to h a n d l e c a s h
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STATE C O L L E G E N E W S . F R I D A Y , M A R C H 2 , 1 9 5 6
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S , F R I D A Y , M A R C H 2 , 1 9 5 6
Communications... University Offers Scholarships; Potter Club, VIP's Retain Hoop
(Continued from Page 3, Column %)
Opportunity To Study Abroad Leads With Victories In I M Play
Administration Have Collaborated
to Issue a Decree," opposes t h e
Over 30 scholarships valued a t able, a n n o u n c e s Aages Rosendal
By NORM K O S L O F S K Y
semester h o u r penalty for u n a t t e n d - more t h a n $200,000 are available for Nielsen, Executive Director, 127A
ed compulsory assemblies with a applicants to t h e S t a t e University East 73 Street, New York 21, N. Y. Things remained pretty much went wild, scoring 34 points all on
logic so devoid of r e a s o n a s t o of New York's 38 colleges.
field goals. Fowler h a d 17 for t h e
T h e S c a n d i n a v i a n S e m i n a r s offer t h e s a m e i n t h e I n t r a m u r a l b a s m a k e t h e valid s e g m e n t s of their
victors while Loomis led t h e J e t s
an
opportunity
to
students
to
beketball
league.
Potter
and
the
VIP's
Most
of
the
scholarships
can
be
a r g u m e n t totally beclouded.
with 16.
used a t only t h e particular S t a t e come a p a r t of t h e Danish, Swedish both took on challenges to their
In other games t h e Jets were
I n p a s t years myself a n d other University college which
or
Norwegian
life
a
n
d
culture.
This
awards
league leads and b o t h came through again trounced, this time a t t h e
s t u d e n t s a t this college h a v e oppos- them. Some m a y be used a t one of is accomplished by learning t h e
h a n d s of the Rousers, 56-40. Swiskey
ed compulsory a.ssemblies openly; I several of t h e University's colleges language a n d living a n d studying with resounding victories.
was top m a n for the d i n n e r s with
a m not a t odds with t h e SDA news- at the discretion of the recipients. for six m o n t h s with S c a n d i n a v i a n
Potter racked u p a tired Sayles 12 points but high for the game was
p a p e r o n this issue; I do, however,
students in t h e famous Folk Schools.
A copy of the directory containing These liberal arts colleges, where team, 101-41. Bernstein was high Lewis' 19. Sayles edged o u t K B
object t o t h e hysterical r a n t i n g of
with 26 points followed by S t a r k
t h e a u t h o r s of " S t u d e n t Appeal." information on scholarships, fellow- t h e principal emphasis is o n t h ea n d Peacock with 23 and 21, respec- just before their game with Potter,
T h e s t a t e m e n t s m a d e i n t h e above- ships, and loan funds, may be ob- humanities, represent a good cross- tively. Gilbert led t h e losers with 45-4.2. M a t h u s a was high with 13.
m e n t i o n e d issue, were apparently tained by writing t o Public Rela- section of t h e S c a n d i n a v i a n people. 12. T h e VIP's also had a n easy time Sayles lost later in t h e week to
APA, 54-41. Davies led with 18
calculated negative a n d destructive. tions Office, S t a t e University of NewAlthough a limited number of downing t h e Jets, 82-40. Barbagelata points a n d Gilbert a n d Buckley h i t
York, Albany 1, New York.
T h e p u r p o r t e d a i m of " S t u d e n t
scholarships a r e available, a stu15 apiece for t h e losers. T h e Loose
T h e University of T e h e r a n is of- d e n t m a y also participate i n t h e
Appeal" is, a s stated i n t h e i r b a n Ends downed t h e Zooids, 38-24.
fering
American
students
two
felner, " t o arouse some interest in
non-profit
making
Scandinavian
a n d lead to critical e x a m i n a t i o n of lowships for g r a d u a t e study or r e - Seminars.
search
in
I
r
a
n
d
u
r
i
n
g
1956-57,
a
n
the inter-relationships among t h e
s t u d e n t s a n d their governing a n d nounces K e n n e t h Holland, President
administrative agencies." If this is of t h e Institute of I n t e r n a t i o n a l
State
h a s been
unusually
their aim, they h a v e fallen much Education.
jazz-conscious this year as evi^elow t h e i r m a r k ; t h e y h a v e aimed
denced by t h e successful conT h e awards cover maintenance,
their paper a t specious reasoning tuition a n d r o u n d - t r i p t r a n s p o r t a certs t h a t have colored t h e
In the Statesmen Bowling League
and effete hysteria.
Greek houses a n d Bru. Certaintion between the U. S. and Iran.
S u n d a y Team No. 4 climbed back
ly those who have offered their
A p o i n t of interest is t h a t a l into first place a s Fred Willi sent
G r a n t s are for study or research
talent should be brought to the
t h o u g h " S t u d e n t A p p e a l " is t h e of- in .sciences or humanities, with spethe maples (lying for games of 220public
eye
as
a
m
a
t
t
e
r
of
interficial SDA newspaper, t h e newspaper cial opportunities for concentration
195-145-560. J o h n Zidik's 518 led the
est if n o t h i n g else.
of a politically oriented group, con- on Persian language and literature.
losers i No. 2> who took only o n e
tinual reference is m a d e to T h e S o - A working knowledge of the Persian
point.
After suffering a defeat in WAA
Zach Clements, saxaphonist,
ciety of Critical T h o u g h t , SOCT, language is required.
basketball play last week the faculty
has sparked t h e sessions with
Meanwhile team 3 led by Dick
a supposedly non-political o r g a n found t h a t they couldn't even get
his lively style a n d vivid emoWemple's high triple of 577 swept
Eligibility requirements a r e :
ization of clear t h i n k i n g . T h e afrevenge in bowling action as they
tional expression. Clyde Payne's
passed team No. (i by a 4-t) count.
filiation of these two organizations
again were on the short end of the
' 11 U. „S. Citizenship;
bop (Ininimini; h a s set the beat.
Dick's leading scores included games
which, seemingly a r e ideologically
final score.
His loose wrists a r e as versatile
of 180-201-196.
• — > A bachelor's degree by the
opposed, would seem to indicate t h a i
as they a r e fast. Chris Behr
T h e final match of the night saw
time the award is to be taken
Bow to Pierce
n e i t h e r organization is being r u n i n
along with Dick Baldwin of
Bernie Theobold's 515 pace team No
up;
line with its purposes, b u t r a t h e r .
Union College have provided
This time the teachers bowed to
.") to a 3-1 win over Team No. 1.
i.Ji A good academic record and
in line with t h e i m m e d i a t e gripes
smooth, skilled piano
backthe Pierce keglers who swept all
demonstrated
capacity
for
inof i t s leadership.
grounds. J e r r y Stickle h a s pluckdependent .study or research; three points.
ed t h e bass with the suave, subIn a n o t h e r sweep Phi Delta blankT h e r e a r e many constructive ways
>4) Good character, personality, ed Bru I. B r u II h a d a n easier
tle style of a swinging musician.
in which a group c a n oppose a stuadaptability, and good health. time of things a s they downed the
Joe
MacDowall h a s blown meldent o r faculty act. Even c h a n g e s
ody a n d counterpoint on one of
Closing date for applications is league-leading BZ squad.
in t h e m a n n e r of expression of
the smoothest t r u m p e t s in t h e
ideas in " S t u d e n t A p p e a l " could April 1, 1956. Applications may be
T h e Spotlight again falls on t h e
area. J i m King of Albany Law
Chi Sifj, Commuters Split
greatly increase t h e i n t e r e s t aroused secured from the U. S. S t u d e n t D e I n t r a m u r a l basketball league.
School
h
a
s
donated
a
profesp
a
r
t
m
e
n
t
of
the
I
n
s
t
i
t
u
t
e
of
I
n
t
e
r
T h e final m a t c h of the day saw
a n d t h e support gained. W h e n SDA
First prize goes to Pete Barbagelsional touch with the jumpingest
achieves a more m a t u r e , d e m o c r a t - national Education, 1 East 67th the Commuters and Chi Sig split.
ata of t h e VIP's. Pete went on a
trombone
on
the
Tri-City
scene.
Street,
New
York
City.
T h e sorority girls, however yielded
ically motivated a n d c l e a r thinking
scoring spree hitting for 34 points
O t h e r musicians who have leapleadership they shall realize t h e
An opportunity for a limited the point for total pinnage.
on 17 field goals, a high m a r k for
ed
into
t
h
e
sessions
are
"C'leo,"
t r u t h which they so failingly u p - number of u n d e r g r a d u a t e a n d gradthe season.
Dottie Rassmussen made the WAA
Bob Anderson, Nels Manpiats,
hold.
uate s t u d e n t s to enroll in the nine- performers sit up and take notice as
R u n n e r - u p is S a n d y Bernstein of
Joe Angostcrno, a n d Al "Porm o n t h long S c a n d i n a v i a n Seminars she send the pins flying for a high
Potter for his 26 points against
Sincerely,
cino."
for Cultural Studies is still avail- 159 single a n d a 307 triple.
Sayles.
Arnold E. Klinan, G r a d .
Faculty Again
Bow To W A A
Student Players
•YOU'LL
BOTH
GO F O R
THIS
The Soothing Sounds
Wemple, Willi Lead
Men s Sunday Kegling
WINSTONM^^^
Sauersmen Face Potsdam/ Pittsburgh In Final Games;
Sig Smith Ends Three Years O f Varsity Performance
Swiffi
/
By virtue of their 96-71 victory over New York Maritime College In
t h e season home finale in P a g e G y m , t h e S a u e r s m e n have assured t h e m selves of a t least a n even season record. T h e Peds have s h u t the door on
their home season and take to the North this weekend to close out t h e
current basketball season. Tonight, t h e Purple a n d Gold will be e n t e r tained by Potsdam, a n d tomorrow they move over to Plattsburg, where
the Plattsburg Cardinals, who a few weeks back h a n d e d the Albanians a n
86-83 setback, will play host in the season's finale for the Sauersmen.
I n last Friday's game, t h e Peds
got off to a fast start, as Joe A n d S t a t e ' s varsity bowling squad took
erson popped two successive j u m p
it on the chin in their last two e n shots t h r o u g h t h e hoop, a n d S t a t e
took a 10-6 lead. Myers and N e counters, one a n o n - l e a g u e affair in
m e t h h i t for Maritime to even t h e
Utica last S a t u r d a y a n d the other a
count a t 10 all, and after two quick
Capi'al
District I n t e r - Collegiate
exchanges of hoops, t h e locals, led
By ZACH CLEMENTS
m a t c h against R P I Tuesday evening.
T h e S t a t e College m a t m e n closed by Sig Smith, Anderson, Holway,
moved
away
like
In t h e Utica contest, t h e locals the wrestling season by trouncing and Minon,
a hapless Paul S m i t h College who Nashua, a n d t h e C a d e t s never
dropped t h e first two games, came
journeyed from the n o r t h seeking to caught up. A t t h e half, S t a t e led
back to win the finale 846 to 814, but avenge a loss suffered two weeks by fifteen, 54-39.
lost out in total pinnage by a mere ago. T h e n o r t h e r n e r s could do litN u m b , . r 29 Scores 23
four points, 2360 to 2356. Leading tie with t h e G a r c i a m e n a s they
_.
, , ,, .
.,,
T ne s e c o n d
half
be &
U
t h e Peds' pack were leadoff m a n tasted a 26-10 defeat. T h e finale
,
f }
£. a u
Tom Sullivan a n d a n c h o r m a n Dick saw Don Binbrkn, a bulwark of exchange program, and t h e fifteen
decision from P? n L S P r e a A d , *? d u n t l " J ? S™™
1
Wemple, each with a 459 triple, and t h e team, take a point
h i t 60-46. At this point, t h e Peds
Bernie Theobald with a 197 single, his opponent in the opening m a t c h a t t e m p t e d to cool activities, a n d
Wayne
Harvey
pinned
his
opponent
rolled in the final game.
tried a freeze, though t h e Maroon
in 2'u minutes.
Bill Mackie, a t t e m p t i n g to find t h e and White kept nipping a t t h e
T h e jayvees came through in fine
S t a t e lead. Finally, a t 66-58, t h e
fashion
in their second
match winning ways, lost a tough m a t c h S t a t e s m e n
pulled
anchor a n d
by
a
fall
in
t
h
e
closing
m
i
n
u
t
e
s
.
against t h e Utica College secondcoasted to t h e finish with thirty
Bob
Bosomworth
arose
to
t
h
e
o
c
stringers. T h e junior Peds won two
points while Maritime dragged o u t
games, lost one, a n d captured total casion and greeted h i s visitors by
thirteen. Sig Smith, No. 29, hit for
pinnage honors by a comfortable copping a point decision, his second
in a row. Ozzie Leahy a n d Dave 23 points in his final home a p p e a r margin, 2328 to 2129.
Goldberg pinned their men in 1 ance, while Holway h a d 26 to lead
Last Tuesday evening saw t h eminute 35 seconds and only 36 sec- State,
local varsity go down to defeat onds, respectively.
again, this time a t the h a n d s of t h e
Al "Tufty" T u t t l e m a s t have scarR P I alley representatives.
Going ed his opponent away as he copped
with Sullivan, Theobald. Tuttle, his victory by a forfeit. Ted CherSTATE
NYMC
Stephenson, plus Joe K e t c h u m and inski closed out the day's activities
FG F
FO F
7 1ft
8
20
N
e
m
e
t
l
i
Fred Willi, both u p from the JV's, losing via a fall. Score: S t a t e 26, Holway
II
23
B
o
t
t
a
s
0 4
Smith
S t a t e came u p with singles of 817, Paul Smith 10.
7 19 T a y l o r
0 2
Anderson
827, and 882, but tasted victory only
Immediately after the match, the Cnu.se j '
0 (1 M y e r s
3 27
in t h e last game, when t h e Engi- two Ped grapplers, Wayne Harvey M a y o r
0 4 Richard-son
0 II
R
o
o
k
w
o
o
d
0 2
2 4 Flnegttii
neers "slumped" to 834. Bernie and Dave Goldberg, who during the
0 2 Payne
5 11
Hoppey
Theobald with a 539 triple and Al year compiled t h e most poiius on M i n o n
2 10 s u n n n r d
2 2
T u t t l e with a 520 total, including a a team basis, received Most Valu- F l a h l v o
0 2
0 0 0 Total.'
211 game in the finale, were high for able Player Awards. Ozzie Leahy D a v i e
State.
was elected c a p t a i n for next year.
34 211 !)0
Totals
State Bowlers
Lose To Utica;
Bow To RPI, 3-1
Satfi
T h e S t a t e cagers were leading Maritime by a double figure count
late in t h e second half. T h e New Yorkers h a d possession of the ball.
S u d d e n l y it was loose. Within a split second a S t a t e eager streaked
for t h e sphere, picked it up and drove for the basket. As the leathered
object m a d e its way through the cords, a n onrushing Maritime hoopster collided into t h e Ped performer. Picking himself up. he took h i s
position on t h e foul stripe and sank t h e free throw.
For Sig S m i t h it was a typical
play a n d for S t a t e fans it was a
familiar scene. T h i s time however
there was more to the scene for it
was t h e last time h e would score a t
any game a t Page. Being a Senior.
Sig t h u s ended a brilliant threeyear cage performance on the P a g j
court.
It was a sad end for Coach Sauer.s,
the cagers and all S t a t e fans. In
Smith, Sauer.s loses one of State's
all time high scorers.
From h i s high school in Romtllus four years ago SigI'ound a n
immediate spot on t h eState JV
team. By the end of the .season all
S t a t e knew Sig Smith, T h e 11-4
w on-lost record t h e JV's posted t h a t
year was due in large p a r t to Sig's
16.67 average—tops by far.
T h e r e was no doubt the frosh s t a r
would be playing varsity ball his
next year. He became the varsity's
second highest scorer with a 12.8
average.
A Last Look At Page
As a Junior, lie scored a t a 15.3
clip—second highest for the squad.
For his effort and leadership he was elected captain of this year's team.
With the season about ended this year he has .slightly under 300
points having already established a t h r e e - y e a r record, beating out Nels
LaRoe. He s t a n d s second in most tools scored in a season with 94. and
fifth in all time scoring for a single year.
A value of a ballplayer can't be determined entirely from the records,
however. T h e r e is no place in the book for scoring in leadership, spirit,
and fight. If there were, Sig would stand even higher on t h e list.
To vou, Sig. we wish all the luck in t h e world.
State's sport scene will long be remembered.
CIGARETTE!
PAGE 5
Grapplers Close
Year With Win
Sufi
Your stay on t h e
A Peek ^kriXMXjk *1lte Jfoop,
NOW at the CO-OP
TOP '20'
BY HOB K A M l ' F
It was quite a home season for teams would be able to fit themCoach Satier's squad this year, as selves better to large gyms a t other
they turned in a 7-3 record on t h ecolleges, and would probably turn in
home court. However on the road, a belter away record. A larger gym
the current record is 3-5. One factor would also allow t h e "end zone"
t h a t we would like to make mention cheering sections to find better seats,
of is t h a t most gyms the Statesmen and give the players that much more
played in on t h e road were bigger freedom under the baskets
t h a n Page. T h e r e is talk now of a
new gymnasium in the future. When
this comes about, we believe many
people will lie exalted.
By looking a t t h e records. State
Central Avenue Near Quail St.
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h u n d r e d points in Page but on t h e
road they scored between 51 to HO.
It seems quite evident that Hie
March
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Page, no in "Away gamitis." By
Alec Guinness in
having a larger home gym, o u r
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News Views:
NEWS.
FRIDAY.
MARCH
Outing Group
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South East Asia Crisis Threatens p / a n s 5^; 7 r / p s
Treaty Organization s E x i s t e n c e t h sau
e Bamhart .«, announrices
t Outing Club Will run ski trips
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Bv FRANK SWISKEY
T h e South East Asia Treaty O r ganization h a s found two new chinks
in its armor. T h e chinks apeared in
the wake of a n t i - c o m m u n i s t war
games recently completed in the vicinity of Bangkok, T h a i l a n d .
T h e first is the instability of the
Indochinese kingdom of Laos. A full
scale civil war appears i m m i n e n t
through the efforts of Viet N a m agitators couDled with supplies of a r m s
obtained from Communist China.
T h e second chink is the one t h a t
appears in neighboring Cambodia.
T h e Premier of t h a t country, Prince
Ncrodctn Sihanouk, who is currently
in Peking, lias announced t h a t his
country will pull out from the protection of SEATO. Although neither
Cambodia or Laos are full-fledged
members of SEATO. they constitute
a vital link in the a n t i - c o m m u n i s t
defense chain in the Near East.
and Laos will leave a large hole in
SEATO but also will adversely affect T h a i l a n d in its relations with
SEATO.
Although the recently completed
war games a t Bangkok have left
Thailand
confident,
the
United
States h a s not missed the significance of the 12 m a n T h a i l a n d delegation which h a s just arrived from
j.Peking
^ . . . & with
.,.„.. high
......
,
praise
for the_
peaceful intentions of the Peking
regime.
T h e mission, a l t h o u g h u n s a n c tioned and due for criticism from
t h e government, still does not hide
the fact t h a t neutralist s e n t i m e n t s
in T h a i l a n d are moving forward
constantly.
T h e United S t a t e s h a s built a dike
to control the c o m m u n i s t flood in
Asia, but its success depends on how
the United States m a i n t a i n s it. T h e
meek shall inherit the e a r t h , all of
six feet.
finfe.
2. 1 9 5 6
iHoi- nnMnn Plnh will run ski tl'
tomorrow and Sunday to local ski
areas depending upon the snow
conditions. All s t u d e n t s
wishing
additional information about the
trips may consult the Outing Club
bulletin boa I'd in lower Hasted.
Included in the future plans for
the Outing Club is a trip to S y r a cuse University March 17. T h e Folk
Festival sponsored by the Syracuse
0 u l i n g , c l u l ) w l l l 1)p h c l d
w , U r h th(
bulletin board for snore news about
this event.
Equipment belonging to the O u t ing Club may be used by all students. Any member of the club or
any other organization wishing to
borrow the equipment may do so
by contacting Robert Levy '57, or
Sue B a r n h a r t '56. Bicycles will not
be loaned out until alter Easter
vacation unless there Is a radical
change in the weather.
pOtm? 0aei lUe SxcUoHfe
By ANN RIDLEY
from college was provided. T h e
girls were furnished witli washing,
pressing a n d kitchen facilities. They
even had t h e use of a cafe and
recreation room.
However, t h e young ladies might
as well have been living in a d o r m itory because the fourth floor was
closed oft to anyone other t h a n
the girls.
Police and college officials al
Iowa S t a t e College are rather concerned over a h o m e m a d e time bomb
which was found in one of the
girls' dorms A note left with the
bomb indicated that it was Intended to be found before it exploded.
T h e bomb contained five sticks of
dynamite, fl was found by a janitor
when a car horn rigged to the device sounded and woke hum up.
Here's how several enterprising
Stanford University students solved
at least one driver's parking problem.
When the student couldn't find a
place to park ins small Volkswagen, his colleagues lilted n oil
the erotuid .mo deposited it m the
main corridor i a l lieu dm u n i o n
A fraternity pledge of a western
college recently sued the fraternity
for
injuries sustained during initiation. T h e pledge was ordered to
sit on a bench and watch the proceedings. He no more t h a n go1
seated when a heavy electric charge
passed through the bench, T h e
shock caused him to tall over backwards on the floor, and Hie pledge
received a herniated cervical di.ic
T h e court upheld the cause and Hie
plaintiff received $34,000.
i from the Tufts Weekly i
A few quips and quotes from the
Central Michigan Life:
Members of a fraternity at Drury
College find
their
house
quit.
gloomy since they were forced to
,et rid of their house pet ant imascot. The pet, a seven-root bo C l l l l s t r i d o r , now resides in the loea i
zoo.
When Augsburg College officials
found themselves faced with a surplus of 40 girls who could not be
accommodated in the dorms, the-,
rented the entire fourth floor ot i
local hotel.
Two girls were assigned to eacn
room, and transportation tn aim
In the case of Laos the t h r e a t of
civil war has grown worse following the failure of the Royalist gove r n m e n t and Communist-sponsored
P a t h e t Lao movement to settle their
differences at three separate conferences. The P a t h e t Lao dissidents
want control of the government.
They have a powerful bargaining
lever in t h a t they control two of
Laos' n o r t h e r n provinces. T h e Royalists argue t h a t they were given
control of the government by n d e cision at the Geneva Conference
and the I n t e r n a t i o n a l
Armistice
Commission verified this. They say
t h a t the people ratified their policies
by voting for them in last December's election. T h e Royalists say t h a t
since the conferences have failed,
the only course open for them is to
crush the rebels. T h e problem t h a t
laces the United States is t h a t t h e
SEATO alliance provides help to
members who are attacked externally. Should the Royalists fail to
la lei the upper hand there would be
little the United S t a t e s could do.
ALBANY.
N E W YORK, F R I D A Y . MARCH 9. 1 9 5 6
Qualifications for membership include at least lit) hours in Social
Studies with a minimum of three
credit points pel- hour i a B average 1 , no E grades leadership ability,
and a recommendation ironi the
Social Studies Department and the
Albany chapter.
The College Camp Board met for
the first time Tuesday night, a n d
elected J o h n Stefano '58, P e r m a n e n t
C h a i r m a n , and Robert Kampf '59,
Secretary. David Hartley, Dean of
Men, and Merlin W. Hathaway, Director of Athletics, were present
along with the five members elected by Student Council.
should be emphasized so ns to ,prcvent d a m a g e and insure sanitation
In order to determine resources
of the camp, outside help from conservation men, other college c a m p
authorities, and probably biologists
will be asked to the meeting to give
assistance. Robert. Levy '56, was
chosen to invite a conservation m a n
Basic details were discussed and to a future meeting.
ideas were presented on questions
T h e Board will meet on Tuesday
ol insurance, usage, regulations, finance, and the deed to the W a r - nights at 7 p.m. in Brubacher Hall,
and will be open to all students
rensburg camp. This was the openand facility members.
ing meeting of the Board unci these
m a t t e r s were discussed in a general
way, so as to leave room for improvement on the subjects, and to
allow for any necessary changes.
By ART I'l.OTMK
Progress. Has it come to Stale"'
II seems to me that every lime 1
(urn around I see new evidences of
progress in our seemingly s t a g n a n t
institution.
You, too, have seen
them.
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XLI NO. 5
College Camp Elects Chairman, P ag e Hall Presentation Unites Talent
Secretary; Discusses Problems Q f Four Classes In Annual Production
T h e S t a t e College Revue production will highlight this weekend's
e n t e r t a i n m e n t . " I t ' s A Social Thing;,"
written by Richard Beaudin '57, will
be presented i.i Page Hall S a t u r d a y
evening at 8:30 p.m.
Beaudin is also the director of
the college production. T h e original
musical numbers of the show were
composed by Jack Ertle and C h r i s tian Belli'. Sophomores. Coordinator
of the product ion is David Kendig
'57.
T h e cast of the show is: Pop,
Donald Murclock; Mrs. S t a n t o n ,
C.ai.dette Rudolph, Seniors; Mrs.
Flattery, Marie Carbone; Mr. H e n di r.Min, Morton Hess; George, Richard Warner, J u n i o r s ; Mrs. A s h worth. Diane Michel; Mr. A s h worth, George Cosgrove; Bob, R o g er Hunt, Sophomores; Bessie, G a briel Cogan; Butler, K e n n e t h K a det;
Hilda,
Marjorie
Ferrugio;
Chauffeur, Bruce Norton;
Kitty,
Miriam Sanderson; First Boy, R i c h ard Esnor; Second Boy, Dick StevSclling tickets above for the State College Revue are Richard Beau- ens; Third Boy, Robert Gui st: Mr.
din (left), script writer and director of the Revue, .lack Ertle (center) Flattery, Gerald Dwight; M
Rod• ,.•._:...!.... .».•
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^. p| ,^ Q a jj Hogan; and G rl, C o n a n d Christian Rehr, composers of (he musical score.
nie Olivo, freshmen.
Student Council:
Student Council Elects Exchange
Students To Connecticut University
Kv \IU:I:N
.student Council Wednesday evenmg met to hear committee reports,
elect exchange delegates to the Universify of Connecticut, hear a r e port from the C a m p Committee, a
report from S t a t e Fair, and (liscuss the use of the mimeograph
machines in school.
Council chose the following three
students from eight applicants for
" i c exchange with Connecticut: Sue
Barnhart '58, Betty Van Vlack and
J a m e s Lockhart, Juniors, They will
University ol Connee: lent April 12 until April 15.
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imin
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in
T h e r e will be three delegates from
the university at S l a t e during that
nine. also.
J o h n Stefano '5)1, reported Unit
i he Camp Board mel and elected
same lime (he sun has set an allnine Albany record by shining on
the sponge-like city lor two consecutive days.
T h e taste of the S t a t e females has
progressed as far as music is ennccrned. They've turned in their
stone implements, nii'mal skins, and
nx'k and roll records lor the more
cultured nutlet of modern jazz
l'"or instance, (he n a t u r e of the
little urchins recently in the news
has changed radically. There are
now hordes ol female
urchins
around the domis, lighting for
ei|iial rights with the male microbes.
There lias been progress in the
This ..park of ancient, enthusiasm courage ol the Brubacher lounge
has certainly tinted the campus with lovers At the beginning of Ihe year,
a shade of progress
the couches were merely resting
places lor plafonic friends wishing
And (he coke machine by the to hold warm conversations. Now
commons
. . once a red monster of course the lounge has become a
spilling lorlh green slivers ol lethal h u e palace unequalled by Ihe greulglass, now a red and while S a n t a est efforts of the ancient Romans,
Clans type ol thing, gently cough- with scenes that put Hollywood Ii
ing up soft receptacles of bubbling shame. This to me is progress of
black pleasure. Is this not progress a beautiful sort
ol Ihe first degree?
T h e physical plant ol Slide, in
Even the weather lias progressed turn, reeks of jirogrcss. We shall all
in a sense. T h e swumj) t h a t was die some day with the comforting
once dorm Held has failed to tree/.e knowledge thai the new Drama and
solidly in almost, a week, and at the Arts Building will be completed.
COCHRANE
him c h a i r m a n of the group and
Robert Kampf '59, Secretary. T h e
Board is not completed yet, as the
Administration has not chosen all
ol the faculty members. T h e r e will
be an open meeting of the Board
Monday a t 7 p i n . in Brubacher, to
discuss the plans lor obtaining
money to build on the grounds. The
money to be used I his semester will
have to be gotten from surplus and
nexl year's funds will oe presented
along with the budgets, but would
not be a budget as such. Rather, it
would be a separate lax, as no delu n i i m lie n s i ' i u i r n i.r i n x u s m i n i ' i mile breakdowns can be d e t e r m i n e d
for exact costs of buildings. Stttdent Council has supreme power
over the Board and will approve the
major policies set up by the Board.
The rules and regulations sel up b.v
the Board this week are printed
elsewhere on this page
Marilyn DcSanfa '57, C h a i r m a n
cil Stale Fair, gave a financial reA
D
port from the fair, stating the net
prolil made was $883.34 and there
Tonight from 9 a.m. lo 1 a.m. was $1.(1(11 taken in all together
Edward Eldred Potter Club will preHubert Betscha '58. reported thai
senl Club '59 in the Brubacher d m - a coiniuiUee out ol Myskania will
uu; room, a n n o u n c e s J a m e s Sweel draw up a plan lor penalties lor
'.)(i. President.
compulsory assemblies and present
T h e theme ol the affair will be a it next week. Members of the enmiilghl club scene. Music will he fur- miltee include Betscha, Judy Vltnlilshed by the "Colonic Ii plus .')." inersledt, J a n e Ann l.oman and
General c h a i r m a n lor the event is Aileen Cochrane, Seniors.
j , ' V I , , , . | | Weieriniller '57
All girls
Betscha brought to the a t t e n t i o n
altendillg the dance will have 2 ol Council the fuel t h a t the Coino'clock hours,
inerce Department has said, il StuJ e a n llallenbeek 5(1, President ol dent Association wishes to use the
Phi Delta, announces that Emily mimeograph machines in New DrapSlaler alio Lynn Heniinel, Hopho- er. the) will have to provide a periiiores, were pledged The sorority son to be in charge ol Ihe room.
is also having a Faculty 'lea on There has been much misuse o| the
Sunday from :i-,i p.m Committees room by students, iherelorc this udlor Ihe event are: ITe-Cleaii- Up, monition.
The job will probably
Mary Ann Schlollhailber ';>7; Ar- have to he a paid labnralorv asslstrangeinenls, Beverly Wales, Food, anlslup, involving $225 per year
Beverly Duga, Seniors, and Post- There were many questions arising
concerning the methods ol choosing
Clean-Up, Ellen Helling "a19
The following girls were formally I his person, and Betscha was ask
initiated last, Monday night, lhey ed to look into the m a t t e r a n d to
are Mildred Biisswangei", Beverly report back lo Council next week
PetcolT, Sophomores, and Carolyn
T h e assctinbl.v agenda today is as
Kivagc '57, states Ann Ryan '5(1, follows: Slide College Revue slut,
Vice-President of G a m m a KapjJil discussion of the Myskania resolution, and a n n o u n c e m e n t s .
Pill.
Progress Is Our Most Important Product; f-fofemity
But What On Earth Do You Call This?
i
Since the registrar lias not been
able to submit a list o| persons
whose grades make them eligible for
membership .ill students who think
thi'j are eligible should submit their
academic ic.orcl to M a l t h a Eggleston. Associate Professor ot Social
Studies. Members are elected in
May ami announced on Moving Up
Day
VOL.
/ /
When cash is turned over to Mr.
T h e class in Oral I n t e r p r e t a t i o n Aster in the college Busines Office.
of Literature under the direction of a Cash Receipts Voucher should be
Agnes Futterer, Professor of E n g - f i l l p c l n u t b >' t l l P organization treas.,,,...
,
,. urer. A receipt will be given to him
iish, will present an evening ol
, , , . . .
,
,7 , ,
1
b
which is important in that it covers
readings Tuesday at 8 p.m. in D r a p - t | 1 ( , organiz.atlon.
er 849.
When payment is desired Ironi
Robin Roy '58, will read "Reims- funds, a P a y m e n t s Voucher in d u p u ate
by Tuesday
noon. Organizacence" by Edna St. Vincent, Millay. ler
' 300Ashould
be presented
lo the
Stions
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t B , mpick
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Vlack '57. Richard Tinapn '58, will o n ' ' w e d n W d ^ v \ 7 i m T h u V "s d' a v . ' All
will be read by Betty Rae Van vouchers should indicate the line
read "The Lady on 142," written
in the budget to which the expendiby J a m e s Thurber. "Pompilia" by
lure is charged.
Robert Browning will be presented
To secure additional funds, it is
by Tacy Perdaris '59, and J a n i c e
necessary lo obtain authorization
C h a m p a g n e '57, will read "The of the Student. Board of Finance on
House of Heaven" by
Francis an itemized breakdown of each line
Thompson.
submitted.
T h e Delta Chapter of Pi G a m m a
Mu at Albany, a National Honorary
So; lal .Science Society, announced
today that it was now accepting a p plications from l he Class of 1957,
states Robert .Jennings '56, President
of the i hapter.
'94*
Curtain Goes Up Tomorrow O n State College Revue;
It's A Social Thing" Features Original Script, Music
Class Presents
Englilish Readings
New Members
o n T h u r s d a y evening, at 7:1)0,
IVCF will meet in lirubaeher. 'I'ho
i ncet in ' w ui include a program
which will be presented jointly by
S t a t e and Union IVCF members,
Z-461
Dean Hartley has accepted t h e
task of checking on insurance to
cover accidents, lire, and damage.
T h e problem of financing the camp
took up a large part of the meeting,
and though nothing definite was
All .student organizations under
set, many ideas were discussed. T h e
Board agreed on the fact t h a t col- the authority of the S t u d e n t Board
lege rules will prevail when the of Finance m u s t conduct their finc a m p is in use, and common sense ancial activities under the regulations of S t u d e n t Association. S t u dent treasurers handle the monies
and enter their transactions in
books which are provided and audited by the board. These books undue by noon of the tenth day of
every m o n t h .
Honorary Seeks
Canterbury Club will hold its
regular meeting at HI. Andrew's
Chuivh this Sunday at 7::i(). Evening prayer will be loliowed by ,i
talk on Lent bv Father Kuby, rector ol ,Sl George's Church In Troy
State College News
Student Finance
Board Exp'ains
New Regulations
T h e situation in Cambodia is
equally dangerous for the United
States. T h e s t a t e m e n t of Prince Sihanouk has pivoted Cambodia from
a close U. S. friend into the n e u t r a l ist ramn ot India, Burma and Indonesia. The United S t a t e s not only
realizes t h a t the loss of Cambodia
Religious Clubs Plan
Week's Meetings
"^^JaSywJw1
Annual
Holds
.
rarty
Members of the orchestra include:
Clyde Payne, Elizabeth
Steifeld.
J u n i o r s ; Robert Kopecek, Edward
Jones, Robert Anderson, Ann Jones,
Marjorie Mooney, Sophomores; J o seph Ketchum, Michael Morris, E d win While, J o h n Bacon, Lloyd M u r clock, Ronald
Adams,
Elizabeth
Gross, freshmen. Sheila Brazil '58,
has been the accompanist for the
rehearsals. "Those Were the Days,"
Da
Foclderland," "Once In A
Moon." "Could It Be." "The Battle
Is over," "Dirge," "Post E x a m t n a " o n Blues," "Funerals Are Such
Social Things," "Why Did You
Have To Go," "Joy and Love," 'He
Made." "Could It Be" and "Drinkuig Song" are the musical numbers
ol the show.
T h e members ol the chorus a r e :
.lame.,
McCormack,
Ethel
Hall,
^ ' p l a w o r e s ; Richard Esnor, Joseph
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'"sl'tia"'
. . . . . Guest. T h o m a s
Robert
Hopkins, Austin Nauman, Richard
Stevens. Claudia Allock. J a n e Cass,
Linna Devitch. Dorothy
Harper,
Connie Olivo, and Juel
Smith,
I reshmen.
Committee chairmen for the S t a t e
College Revue include: Properties,
Dorothy Alford '57; Publicity, Richaril Bartholomew; Sets and Lights,
Joseph F h n n , Sophomores; Makeup, (leorge Van Den Hatilen '59.
IFC /Announces
Bid Instructions
Fraternity
bids for
freshmen,
transfers, ami eligible upperclussmen will be given out Monday between 9 a m. and 1 p.m. in Draper
liHi, announces Richard Tina.pp 'ftti,
ITesidciu ot I n t e r - F r a t e r n i t y Council These are lo be returned the
lollovving day, Tuesday, between
the same hours, lo Draper IDti.
All lhose eligible to receive bids
will be notified through student
mail Freshmen and eligible upperel.is.-uien are requested lo first
check their student mail on Monday T h e notice should then be taken to Draper IDti where bids will be
distributed.
A silent period will be in etfeel
between all fraternity men and thosi
eligible to receive bids from 9 a.in
Monday to l p.m. on Tuesday.
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