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STATE C O L L E G E N E W S ,
FRIDAY, MAY 4 ,
1956
News Views:
Professor Opens
Morse, Neuberger Continue Expose
Writing Class
Of McKay s Record; Barkley Dies Shields Mcllwaine, Professor of
POfUnf Out* 7U* Znckcuufe.
T h e Russell Sage Quill printed the the tombstones from a relative's
results of a survey taken at Doug- m o n u m e n t firm, but found they h a d
English and C h a i r m a n of the E n g - lass College by t h e D e p a r t m e n t of too m u c h weight- Result—a t o m b By R O B E R T SIMMON DS
lish D e p a r t m e n t , a n n o u n c e s t h a t all S t u d e n t Life. T h e conclusions were stone on the neighbor's lawn.
In the Senate, D e m o c r a t s Morse larities. W i t h indictment of R e p r e - s t u d e n t s who plan to take English t h a t Sophomores sleep less and J u n (from T h e Central Michigan Life)
iors work more. Could this apply to
and Neuberger of Oregon continued sentative L a n e (D-Mass.) already
A
University of Texas s t u d e n t
134,
Creative
Writing,
m
u
s
t
comply
us?
their expose of Interior Secretary in the bag, Brownell is proceeding
answered the p h o n e with, "It's me."
Douglas McKay's record in office. more carefully since a syndicated with the following procedure.
Hindu h u m a n pin cushions have
"It's I," corrected the voice at
I t is now revealed t h a t McKay r e - columnist exposed the Justice D e Notify Dr. Mcllwaine, Richardson it easy when compared with the re- the other end of the line.
cently appointed three friends of p a r t m e n t ' s political affairs. I t h a s
search experiment of a K a n s a s U n i "Me, he, what's the difference?"
his as I n d i a n commissioners for the been rumored t h a t p r o m i n e n t D e m - 24, orally or by letter, t h a t you are versity coed whose projects include
K l a m a t h tribe in Oregon by exert- ocrats in West Virginia and P e n n - including English 134 in your course several dozen mosquitoes. Mosquitoes he asked.
The silence t h a t tollowed was
ing coersive powers upon the tribe sylvania were to be next on the list during the advisement period get hunrgy. They have to be fed.
to get their consent as required u n - i n d i c t m e n t list.
They h a p p e n to need and prefer broken by these words:
from
May
18
to
May
24.
At
t
h
a
t
"This is your English instructor.
der the law. I t was just a n o t h e r blot
h u m a n blood. So . . .
time, indicate when you will submit
I called to remind you of the m a k e upon the record of the m a n the Nixon Says 'Yes'
"Someone h a s to feed them," says up quiz this week."
Finally
in
the
Capitol,
Vicesamples of your writing, which the s t u d e n t . "No one w a n t s to voladministration is backing for SenPresident Nixon said "yes" to a n x (from The Minnesota Daily)
ator Morse's seat in Oregon.
should
include two or three short unteer, so each n i g h t I'm d i n n e r for
ious inquiries as to w h e t h e r h e
The
following poem was taken
Water Power Sites
my
pets."
would be available for a n o t h e r term, pieces—poems, stories, or portraits.
from the Rensselaer Polytechnic:
S e n a t o r s Morse and Neuberger hit and President Eisenhower,
back These should be left in Richardson
A U t a h resident
found
two J r . chemists all in a huddle,
again at the Eisenhower power pol- from his golf game at Augusta, r e icy also. T h e present plan of t h e affirmed his faith in God, world 24 before the end of the semester or tombstones on his lawn one m o r n - Here's one job they wouldn't m u d ing and reported it to the police as
dle.
administation seems to be to r e - peace, prosperity, and morality in mailed to Dr. Mcllwaine during the the p r a n k of vandals. They checked
With nitroglycerine in each little
serve the best paying water power government, and
summer.
the cemetery and found that no
without
being
hand,
sites to the large private companies specific about anything, urged all
T h e class will be limited to twelve tombstones were missing.
They moved the school right off its
and leave the money-losing ones to Republicans,
Independents
and
Investigation finally disclosed t h a t
land.
federal development. Morse h a s r i g h t - t h i n k i n g Democrats to back Juniors and Seniors, and s t u d e n t s
charged t h a t the Republicans t h u s h i m in his crusade for re-election. accepted for the course will be noti- a group of s t u d e n t s had needed more T h i s wasn't for fun or fooling,
weight in their truck for a trip They just believed, "You learn by
can help the private power lobby Time called it "giving 'em heaven."
fied by S t u d e n t Mail.
t h r o u g h deep snow. They borrowed
doing."
and still give lip service to a public
power program. This policy is w i t h out a doubt a good break for the big
private companies, but a dam-poor
one for the taxpayers, who foot the
bill for the public power programSenate Loses Alben Barkley
Washington was saddened this
week by the passing of Alben W.
Barkley, long time Senator from
Kentucky and distinguished exVeep. T h e death of Senator Barkley
who had served in the Upper House
from 1927-43 and again from 195556 stripped from liberal r a n k s a n other wheelhorse. Earlier, liberals
lost Senator Harley Kilgore of West
Virginia. Senator Barkley's seat
must now be filled for a four year
short term in the November election.
Governor Albert (Happy) Chandler
of Kentucky is expected to n a m e
an interim appointee in the n e a r
future.
Brownell Slows I n d i c t m e n t Plans
Attorney General Brownell reportedly has slowed up on plans to
seek indictment of eight Democratic
politicians on inco«ne tax irregu-
MUD . . .
(Continued from Page 1, Column H)
Alan Weiner '56, Robert Burns, B a r bara Hungerford, Alan Hutchinson,
Juniors; Robert Alward, Helen Eetner, Dorothy Eardley, T h o m a s W a t thews, Sophomores; Marlene Ackerman, Elizabeth Gross, Veronica
Davis, J a m e s Owens, Joseph Fosegan, T h o m a s Hopkins. Paul K a p p .
K e n n e t h Kadet, Robert Pox, William Hershfield, Richard
Esner,
Michael
Van
Vranken,
Marion
Sciortino, freshmen.
Members of the singing and d a n c ing chorus are: Tony Scordato '56,
Paula Segal, Richard
Peldman,
Lenore Hughes, Phyllis Hurd, Sheila
Lister, Juniors; Patricia M c G r a t h ,
La Verne Libbert, S o p h o m o r e s ;
F r a n k Favat, Dolores Shimandle,
Gerald Dwight, Mary Fltzpatrick,
and Ella Mizzell, freshmen.
Special Class Attire
Miss Hallenbeck sets forth the
following specifications for class a t tire. Seniors are to wear caps and
gowns. Juniors will all wear the
traditional class hats and carry
canes. Women are to wear white
dresses and white heels and the men
are to wear suits, white shirts and
ties. Sophomores arc to all wear
beanies.
White skirts and blue
blouses or sweaters will be the attire
for women and the men will wear
suits, white shirts and ties. Freshm a n women are to wear white
dresses, socks, and white flats, while
the men are to wear dark trousers
and white shirts.
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VOL, XLI NO. 12
Clyde Payne Triumphs As SA President; Ratio Remains
Same with All Myskania Members Reaching Quota
Hinck, Youngs, Lister Victorious News, Ped
Myskania No. 41 Ascends Steps
As S A Veep, Secretary, Songleader Pick New Staffs
In Shortened Tapping Ceremonies
In
fnr the
thp SA
HA Presidency,
D..»^M
^«
In aa close
close race
race for
Clyde
Payne
re- pQf
Next
V6GT
s
ceived 148 more votes than Dominic DeCecco, to triumph
victorious as the President of Student Association for 19561957. Out of the 879 votes cast, Payne obtained 473, while
DeCecco received 325.
Richard Hinck captured
dent Association by receiving
The position of SA Secretary went
to Winifred Youngs in the fifth distribution. She figured first during
the whole race.
Filling the post of SA Songleader
will be Sheila Lister, who run a very
close nice with Sally Harter.
Eleven New Members of SBF
Student Board ol Finance m e m bers for next year will be Janice
Champagne '57. Warren D u n h a m ,
Marilyn
Leach,
Brent
Patton,
George Cosgrovc. Frank Swiskey,
Sophomores; and J a n e Cass. Donna
Divens, K e n n e t h Kadet, Ann Sheldon and Roland Short, freshmen.
A/1 Hoard Elections
S t a t e College Athletic Advisory
Board will be increased by three
new
members,
namely,
Nanc,\
Schneider and Joseph Purcell, J u n iors; and Joseph Barton '58. Chairman of the Board for next year will
be Joseph Swierzowski '57, elected
last year
S.l Council Members
All Reach Quota
With all the members of Myskania reaching the quota,
the Senior Honorary Society will again have the same
number of men and women as in the past two years.
After the classes had "moved up" to their new position and everyone had sung "Arm in Arm," the Tapping
ceremonies began. The old Myskania filed to the second
row of seats on the stage in preparation for the tapping,
and Theresa Katherine Barber, Chairman of the outgoing
Myskania, and Robert Francis Betscha, President of Student Association, came forward to the rostrum.
The S t a t e College News Board has
made additions to the Board and to
the Editorial, Business and Sports
staffs, according to Marcia Lawrence and T h o m a s Smith, Juniors
the Vice-Presidency of Stu- and
Co-Editors.
193 votes more than the quota. The new Business - Advertising
Manager is Ann Hitchcock, while
Norman Koslofsky, Sophomores, will
serve as Sports Desk Editor. New
Desk Editors of the Editorial staff
are Ann Ridley. William Schwager,
Betscha acted as the speaker and announced the
Arthur Palazzola, Vincent T r a m a n tana, and F r a n k Swiskey, Sopho- names of the new members of the Judiciary, while Miss
mores; Carole Hall, Frank Vetosky, Barber presented them with purple and gold tassels.
Winifred Youngs, Nancy Richards,
Nancy Schaeffer, freshmen.
DOMINICK JOHN DE CECCO was the first member of
Serving on the News Board as the 1956-1957 Judiciary to be tapped. Sigmund Arnold Smith
Feature Editor will be Arthur Plotand Alan Donald Weiner circled the auditorium, stopping
nik '59.
Members of the Pedagogue Board beside his row in the Assembly, as Betscha boomed out his
have been chosen for next year, re- name. DeCecco served on Student Council for two years
ports Carol Ann Lull '56, retiring and has been a columnist for the State College News.
Editor of the yearbook. Editor-inChief for 1956-57 will be Beth
Aileen Jane Cochrane and Linda Lou Niles left the
Bechler '57. Assisting Miss Beehler stage next to tap the second person of the honored thirteen.
will be David Kendig, Public Rela- The name of MARCIA MACKENZIE LAWRENCE boomed
tions Editor; Mary Pagidas, Busi- out as they stopped next to the row in which she was sitness-Advertising Editor, and M a t thew Ostoyich, Copy Editor, Juniors. ting. Miss Lawrence is Co-Editor-in-Chief of the State
Directing Press Bureau activities College News.
for tin coming year will be Barbara
Davis '57, announce Mary J a n e
JOSEPH JOHN ANDERSON, the newly elected PresFisher and Aileen Cochrane, Sen- ident of the Senior Class, was next to be tapped.
Samiors, retiring Co-Directors. The reuel John Krchniak and Joseph Richard Kelly escorted
mainder
of
the
Board
will
be
chosen
CLYDE PAYNI
Anderson to the rostrum where Miss Barber pinned on his
at a later date.
Classes Elect Anderson, Stefano,
McClain As '57, '58, '59 Leaders
purple and gold tassel. Anderson is the new director of
Men's Frosh Camp.
Members of Student Association
Mary Brezny and Weiner left the stage, circled around
elected lo Student Council for next,
the auditorium, and stopped as Betscha boomed out
year all readied the quota, and are
the name of CLYDE IRVING PAYNE, the newl\ elected
the following: Lorraine Kuslowski,
Suzanne Lieberman. Gayle Petty.
H,
1.1.....'
President
of Student Association, and former Vice-President
Breaking the put tern of the last
Donald Rice, Lloyd Seymour, Soph- l wo years, ol Inning a I least one cis as Publicity Director, and Ma- of Student Association.
omores; and Natalie Lemoiue anil woman President, the Classes of rion Keene as Songleader. 1958 S t u Steven Jacobson, freshmen.
1957. 1958 and 1959 have chosen dent Council members are Ronald
The new Student Association Songleader, SHEILA
three men to lead them. Joseph And- Alexander, Mary Bradley, Margaret LISTER, was next to be tapped. She was brought to the
Carr
and
Sheila
Monahan.
erson will lead the Class of 1957
stage by Marjorie Anne Kelleher and Smith.
during (be coming year while J a m e s Class of 195!) Elections
1 ockhart will serve as his ViceBARBARA GENEVIEVE HUNGERFORD, the new PresReceiving
68 more first-place
President. Other officers include:
ident of Dramatics and Arts Council ascended to the stage,
.Secretary, Bernice O'Connor: T r e a s - votes than his nearest i •ompetitor,
urer, Betty Kim:; Publicity Direc- Donald McClain was vie torious in escorted by Jane Anne Loman and Judy Ann Vimmertor, Barbara Dubrey; and Song- Die race for the Preside] icy of 'lie stedt, to take seat number six,
Joseph Anderson '57. C h a i r m a n ol leader, Patricia Hall. Student Coun- Sophomore Class Olhei executives
be
Vice-Presiden t,
Seventh to be tapped was NANCY JANE SCHNEIDER,
Men's Flush Camp for 1956-57. has cil members from the Class ol 1957 will
David
announced the following
officers will be Marie Carbone aim Eliza- Youst; Secretary, Doroth y Harper; new President of Women's Athletic Association. Miss CochTreasurer,
Roberl
Fox;
and counselors for the coining year. beth Staplctuii.
Publicity
Director. K e n n e t h Kadi •t: Cheer- rane and Weiner, descending from the stage for the secC h a i r m a n of Programs will be J a m e s
ond time, brought her to the rostrum.
leader,
Grace
Palmisano;
Lockharl; Steward, Horace C r a n - Class of 195K Elections
ami Songleader, Marion Scjorthli >- Council
dall. Juniors; Athletics, Keith OlJ o h n Stefano is the new Junior
As the suspense mounted, MARY ELIZABETH KNIGHT
son; Store, Joseph Szarek; Head Class President lor the coining year. members for 1959 are Ge urge H a r Counselor, J o h n Minim; Waterfronl, Serving with him will be Eileen u s Ella Mizzell, Bruce N ort'in and was tapped by Miss Niles and Krchniak. Miss Knight has
John Yager.
served on Student Board of Finance for two years and
Roger H u m ; and S e c r e t a r y - T r e a s - 1.alley
as
Vice-President,
Mary
urer. Warren Dunham, Sophomore
was President of SMILES this year.
Crawford as Secretary, Jerr\ Ban-
Anderson Selects
Camp Counselors
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A touch will tell you . . . an Accu-Ray Chesterfield is more perfectly packed . . . and that means
Chesterfield satisfies the most . . . burns more
evenly, smokes much smoother.
Counselors from the Class of 1957 field as Treasurer, Barbara DiT'raliAs silence fell again, Kelly and Mary Jane Fisher dewill be: Donnniek DeCecco, Richard
scended
from the stage, circled the auditorium,.and stopErbacller, Michael Maxian, T h o m ped as the name of SARA JANE DUFFY boomed out from
as Hoppoy, Roberl Backer, Edward
Deniske, Edward
Jones,
Joseph
the stage. Miss Duffy was President of her class this past
Swierzowski, J a m e s
Smith
and
Sigiuiin Laudis, the scholastic year and served as Secretary of SA her Sophomore year.
David Burrows.
honorary society ol Slate College,
will have new members announced
ROBERT EDWARD BURNS was the fourth man to
The
Forum
Board
ol
Politics
has
today. The two per cent of 1956 to
Representing the Class ol 195B
Board be named by President Collins to- be tapped as Miss Brezny and Miss Vimmerstedt brought
will be Joseph Fl.vnii. Lloyd Sey- elected new ollicers and
mour, Howard Caldwell, Ross Dailey. members, announces Charles Mc- day are Evelyn Vcrna Beals, Eve- him to the stage to take seat number ten. Burns has been
Nils Bri.ska, Frank Swiskey. Richard Harg, retiring President The new lyn L. Castler, M a n i a C. Dalbec, a member of Student Council for two years and has been
Causey, J o h n
Stefano,
T h o m a s ollicers are: President, Malcolm Sylvia A. Doody, Bruce li. Marsh, very active in dramatics.
Brierley. Ronald Alexander, Joseph Rogers '57; Vice-President, Lee De- Virginia Lie Walls and J a n e A.
Barton, Robert Bosoinworth, Robert Nike '59. The other ollicers will be Whitehursl
Miss Loman and Miss Fisher moved down from the
elected by the new board at their
Banfield.
stage to tap MARILYN ELIZABETH DESANTA, the new
Inst meeting after Moving-Up Day.
The first lour per cent of the Director of Women's Frosh Camp.
Sophomore Counselors are: J o h n Included in the ollicers yet io be Junior Class were selected. They
elected
will
be
a
C
h
a
i
r
m
a
n
lor
the
yager,
Edward
Koubek,
Robert
The last woman to be chosen was BETTY RAE VAN
a r e : Clinton Ray Carpenter, Harry
rCanuif. J a m e s Rogers. William Hers- High School Model Security Coun- Sidney Cooper, Doris Dunn, J u n e VLACK, escorted to the stage by Miss Niles and Kelly. Miss
cil
which
was
initiated
this
year
field, Robert Murdoch. Garrison
M. Frankland, Tito W. Guglielmone, Van Vlack was Co-Chairman of Campus Chest this year,
Lewis, William Maekie, David S u l - and found so successful thai H will Phyllis M. Hurd, Mary 1' Inman,
become a traditional pail ol the Ann E. Kan.mer, Laura F. Marosca, and active in dramatics,
terlee, David Youst.
Forum program.
Mary Lou Meiser, Malcolm A. RogSilence reigned and the tension mounted as Miss BrezAlternates will be David Kendig,
ers. Nancy J. Schneider, Elizabeth ny and Miss Kelleher circled the auditorium looking for
The
Boui'd
members
for
next
year
William Mason, Frank Melody, J u n S:eifeld. William Sevenson, Everett
the last member to be tapped. DAVID THOMAS KENDIG,
iors; Paul Cullen, Carl Maxson, are Charles LaFounlaine and Peter C. Weieriniller.
McGtiirk
'58;
Richard
Saner
and
Sophomores; and J o h n Spaargaren,
President
of the Inter-Collegiate Association, columnist for
Michael Saltzmiill, Steven Jacobson, J o h n Cocca '59; Emil Polak, RichFaculty in F r a t r e s are: Paul C. the State College News, and Public Relations Editor of
ard
Erbacher,
Richard
Clifford,
and
freshmen
Boomsliter, J a r k a M. Burial), J a n e t Pedagogue for next year, came to the stage to claim seat
Dominic DeCecco '57.
Hood, and George W. Murphy.
number thirteen.
Collins Names Members
Rogers Will Preside Of 56 Signum Laudis
Over 1956 Forum
Satisfy Yourself 'with a Milder, Better-Tasting smoke
packed for more pleasure by exclusive AccuRay
DE Club Plans Trip
To Albany Felt Co.
T h e Distributive Education Club
is planning a field trip and conference at Albany Felt Company, in
Menands, New York, Tuesday livening at 7:30 p.m., announces Erwln
Horwitz '56, President oi the club.
T h e p r o g r a m for the evening will
include a brief session prior to the
t o u r of the plant, and a final conference to discuss the organizational
and o p e r a t i n g policies of the company.
State College N
By ANN RIDLEY
To the taste, t o o . . . Chesterfield packs more
pleasure. Firm and pleasing to the l i p s . . . mild yet
deeply satisfying to the t a s t e . . . Chesterfield alone
is pleasure-packed by Accu-Ray.
MILD, YET THEY gatbfr...THE MOST!
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STATE
PAGE 2
COLLEGE
NEWS,
SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1956
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S , S A T U R D A Y ,
- - - Student Association - - 4- 1 =
43951 S t u d e n t Board of Finance—1957
Quota:
• 1
1
1
32500 ( h a m pa? ne
47300 Davis
8100 Schlotthauber
DeCecco
Payne
Blanks
Total
87900
2
Vice-President
20600 22200 25600
12100 12909
Blanks
15500 15500 15500 15500
2300
43951
Total
Secretary
879 X 100
Quota:
-I- 1 =
2
1
F'tzp'k 13900
K i n g 16400
M a r r o 13700
Mlz'ell 11700
Yo'ngs 21600
Blanks 10600
Loss
Total
879 x 100
S t u d e n t Board of Finance—1958
Quota:
1
llinck
Blank
2
3
4
15500
18500 20800 25500
15800 18200
8400 24500
87900 87900 87900 87900
879 X 100
-i- 1 =
4
Vradenburg
Total
2
3
33300 35000 38400 47900
6400
Loss
1
63300
Bradley
24600
Alexander
87900 D u n h a m
Leach
ration
Roscoe
Cosgrove
43951 Swlskey
Blanks
Loss
5
1
Elim.
Elim.
18500
25200
4700
4300
5900
14000
15300
Total
Songleader
Myskama Kecommended
23500 27300 32200 42400
10600 10600 10600 10600
4000 11000 19600 34900
Total
Quota:
•
1
Benton
10800
Castillo
10300
Dykeman .... 7500
Purccll
19700
Schneider
30100
Blanks
9500
Loss
Total
7100 7100
147(10 14651 14651
8800 8800 9400
1170011700 11700
1000 1049 2949
SA Student Council
878 X 1000
Quota:
79819
11
la
102000 102000
*
101000 101000
106000 106000
110000 I10000
*
*
125000 125000
155000 7981.4
65000 105172
114000 114000
35000
1
B78();X> 8780OU
Eliminated
by preference.
Cheerleader
1
•
1
President
1
Ericson
6200
2
3
15424
26016
29301
9500
7659
879 x 100
Quota:
3
I
7500 10200
Knmpf
McClain
Ormsbee
Blanks
Loss
4400
12600 13800 14800 20000
4700 540O
2300 2300 2300 2300
1200 2900 7300
Total
30200 30200 30200 3O20O
Vice-President
Eisenberg
Owen
Voust
Planks
Loss
1
3700
8000
16300
2200
2200
Total
30200
Secretary
1
8100
1)300
7fi00
1900
3300
Buchanan
Harper ...
Richards
Salak
Blanks
Loss
2
3
4
8500 10800
9500 11900 17000
8200
3300
700
3300
4200
3300
9900
30200 30200 30200 30200
Total
• 1=43,951
1
1
2
3
35300 37200 40300
8800
. .. 22500 24400 25600
10000 11000
11300 11300 11300
4000 10700
Anderson
Bouvier
Burns
Carbone
DeCecco
DeSanta
Feldman
Hughes
Hungerford
KendigKnight
Lawrence
Lister
Lockhart
McEvoy
Maxlan
Schneider
Stapleton
Swierzowski
V a n Vlack
Loss
Blanks
Total
1
La
lb
108000 73166 73166
11000 12288 12932
42000 45220 49728
19000 20288 22864
108000 108000 73166
43000 44610 46864
30000 30000 37728
22000 23932 26830
46000 47932 48576
73000 76864 76864
42000 43288 44898
55000 56932 61440
29000 31898 33508
26000 31796 33728
7000 10864 11186
6000
7288
7288
77000 77000 77000
40000 40322 40322
.... 28000 28644 29932
51000 51966 52610
702
2370
15000 15000 15000
878000 878000 878000
lc
73166
12981
50022
22962
73166
47158
37826
27026
48625
76864
44947
62714
33802
33924
11284
7435
73166
40371
30324
52806
2431
15000
2
73166
13239
50237
23005
7316G
47760
37369
27155
43668
73166
45076
63273
33888
34096
11542
7607
73166
40629
30625
52978
2689
15000
3
4
73166 73166
Eliminated
51237 57246
24005 24005
73166 73166
47803 47803
37869 38234
27155 27155
49668 51990
73166 73166
45076 45076
63322 63371
33937 33980
34139 35504
14508 15508
Eliminated
73166 73166
40629 40629
31668 32668
53343 54343
2738
2824
150O0 15000
878000 878000 878000 878000
5
73166
Bird ...
Curley
Fox
Nole ...
Short
1
2201)
5900
9900
4200
4500
Thiele
1200
2
2300
6000
10100
4500
4800
3
I
9
73166
9a
73166
10
73166
10a
73166
10b
73166
11
73166
59289
61626 61948 62024
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73166 73166 73166
48211 51855 55269 55369
38234
38234 40556 40576
27198
28241 Eliminated
51990
56312 60692 60712
73166
73166 73166 73166.
45076
46398 46812 46864
63785
S4107 73717 73166
34624
36624 39673 39745
41123 43089 44132 44204
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73166
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64940
41633
73166
72079
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41985
73166 73166
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73166
73166
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67089
73166
48229
73166
45393
45577
70093
73166
52229
73166
48436
49952
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58280
73166
6705*
51179
73166
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58500
73166
67716
51773
73166
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76239
73166
77409
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73166 73166
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73166
73166
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64521
22333
15000
69098
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15000
878000
73166
42629
38775
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7146
15000
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42641 42782
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59015 63390
64433
7185 7968
22103
15000 15000
15000
878000 87H000 878000 878000
68570
28596
15000
69340
30343
15000
73971
50050
15000
878000 878000 878000 878000 878000
878000
87900 87900 87900
Hungerford Leads McClain Heads Childers Lists
D & A Council, Smiles Next Year 25 M u Lambda
New officers of S M I L E S have
elected and announced by Alpha Members
Segal-Affiliates been
Mary Knight, retiring President.
Dramatics and Arts Affiliates will
have as it.-. President lor 1956-57,
Paula Segal, according to Mary
Punier,
retiring
President,
both
J u n i o r r.
Vice - President, Nancy
G a d e ; Secretary. S a n d r a Faye; F n nancial Secretary, Richard Bartholomew. Try-out C h a i r m a n , Sheila
Stronjjin; and Publicity Director,
Harold Mayo
Donald McClain will take over t h e
Presidency while Ella Miz/.ell will
serve as Vice-President. Secretary
will lie Barbara K a u f m a n and Coordinator:! lor t h e Albany Home for
Children a n d Clinton Square Neighborhood House are Robert Banfleld
and Joseph Fosegan, respectively.
Publicity Director will be Verity
Pulliam.
All are members of the
Class of 1959.
J e a n Conipagnone 56, C h a i r m a n of
Student Union Board, reports that
the new C h a i r m a n will be Robert
Reus.s ;>7 Vice-President, replacing
Sheila faster '57, will be Suzanne
Leibernuui '58. Carol Alt it: will take
over Miss l.eiberuian's job of Secretary.
Members ol Council a r e chosen
from Affiliates on the basis of leadership, ability, interest and personality
T h e Affiliates were formed
during the year '50-'51 to work
along with Council a n d to provide
a larger sphere of cooperation for
tiio.se s t u d e n t s v. ho a r e interested in
I Hour 58 Tin' Secretary will be
t h e a t r e work a n d line arts.
appointed by the President at a
Marie Devme '58, retiring Presi- lati " date
Outgoing Secretary is
d e n t of D r a m a t i c s a n d Arts Council, Marilyn Leach '5li, a n d retiring
reports
that
t h e newly - elected Treasurer is Nancy Schneider '57.
President for 1956-1957 i.s Barbara
New members of Council for next
Hungerford '57. Serving a s T r e a s - year will be Eileen [..alley a n d
urer of Council will be Lloyd Sey- Preida Cohen, incoming Juniors.
S T A T E C O L L E G E NEWS
ESTABLISHED
BY
MAY 1916
THE CLASS OF 1918
First Place CSPA
First Place ACP
New members of Mu Lambda
Alpha, t h e Honorary F r a t e r n i t y in VOL. XL1
M,,
No 12
1956
Modern Foreign Languages, are as
Mi mber.s nl Hie NK'.VS ,1,01 : m i \ b, n i-lini l u i ' . d . u ,in,l W i ' t l i n ' i d m Ir.uii "
follows, a n n o u n c e s ,J, Wesley Child- II p i n in U-atiail. Kxl II l'honi-s Lawri'i r 3-332II; S m a l l S-li'l'Jl; Yuiuliih HU-'lll i
1
ers, C h a i r m a n .
Mildred
Ahlers, Sclilollluiubi'r :' mil- , S w i o r z o w s k l 2-DIH3
Anna Buongiorno, Paul Hammer,
T h e uiiili-rKr.ulinii r l l r w s p . l ] } ! i o t 111! N l ' K York St .in. Culli'Ki' (i
Tt'iuTiiT.'.
»• H'luleM
,(i
William UeAlleaume, Henrietta Du- p u b l i s h e d I'very F r i d a y ni tin' Cdiicm.'
Hi.' NliWU U o u n l fur
Association
fort, Barbara Fiebke, Barbara G i t t'o-Killlur l n - C h l « l
low. Sidney Goldstein, David G r e e n - MAKC.'IA l . . \ \ v i ( l . \ ( i:
Co-Kill tor-In t h i r l
berg, William LaBarr, Susan Leiter, THOMAS SMITH
l':\i'fiitivt' Killlor
Susan Losee, Ann Maher, Carol Me- \II.I:I:N c o u n t \ M
KEITH VNMMJII
I'ulillf I t i h i l l n m i.illlui
Dullee, Dorothy Miller, Gene Norris,
MAIIV ANN M i l l III THAI III It
lliisjiicss Adve rllsiiiK lailtoi
T h u n a s l n i i Pagan, Richard Parker, J O V t i : M I V I I t M A N N
t i n uliitliui M l l u r
Nancy Schneider, Anna Hiirtnagel .MAIllli 1 I I I T M I U
Assoclillf I.illlur
Smith, Esther 'fucker, Carmelo Vir- JOSKI'll S/.AIIIK
Anaoiiiiite t i l l t u r
glllo, Virginia Watts, Alan Weiner, l O S I I ' l l SWIIHZOlVHKl
Sports Killtoi
JOHN III INT l i s
and Yoliinda Aufleni
Assuflutu F e a t u r e Editor
IJV
WII.I. Villi
These students have attained at
lea.st an over-all schoastic average
of 2.5 a n d a 3.0 average in t h e
language major or minor concerned,
and are recommended a t this time
by t h e D e p a r t m e n t of Modern
Foreign Languages for m e m b e r s h i p
in Mu Lambda Alpha.
( i l l II I IT
-
siiiir
Issue Editor
l Inline i'uplli'l
Ailet'ii Cut'lintnt
All ruiiiiuunU'iiiliius s h o u l d ho a d d r e s s e d lo t h e i i l l t o r u n d inusl be s i n n e d
Nainet
w . " be w u l i l u h l on r e q u e s t . T h e S T A T E COLUBUE Nl'JWS lusuiiiua n o responsibility
lot . , . B I o i i s expressed In Its c o l u m n s or c o m m u n i c a t i o n s , u» s u c h e x p r e s s i o n s d o nut
necessarily rellei I lis views.
»Mejiffi>-
3
5500 6000
4300 5100
3500 3800
5900
3000
1600
4200
2600
6400
3000
6800 8300 9100
10400 11000 13600
4600
5000 5400
rarbcr
Braun
Hurley
Mahland .
Palmisano
Sanford ...
Sgambati .
Wallace ...
Blanks
Less
6
7000
5600
6400
7700
8800
5100
2600
Qllot
9900 13004)
Allcock .
Seiortino
2300
Blanks
Loss
Total
2300
7700
Harris
Jacobson
Lemoine
Mi/./.cll
Norton
lb
la
4050 4194
1402 1466
2556 2620
4406 4518
6600 6041
Religious Clubs
Elect Officers
•>
4480
3
4950
4
5668
2982
4996 5844 8648
1)041 6041 6041
9000 Anderson
12500 Kendig
1100 Blanks
1
12300
5800
1400
23100 Total
19500
Vice-President
2
3
6300 8200
9200 10600 Erbacher
Feldman
Lockhart
5300
1400 1400 Stimson
900 2900 Blanks
1
6000
8400
2300
5000
1400
23100 23100 23100 23100 23100 Total
1
Publicity Director
3298
6041
1400
447
3394
6041
1400
526
3510
64)41
1400
750
l)e Francis
Kliskowski
ROV
4912
Blanks
64)11 6041 Loss
1400 1400
1012 2402 Total
1300
13400
1400
Total .
30200 30200 30200 30200 30200 30200
Deans Award
Kleinke Leads
Scholastic Cups 1956 Outing Club
1958 Student Council
231 X 100
Quota:
1
4 ( i 2'
Total
Total
2300
3000
1
2
9500 10400
..... 6100 6300
2900
1000 1000
1800
19500 19500
1
2
8900 1080O
8400
2200 2200
6500
19500 19500
1
15700
3800
19500
1957 Student Council
Alexander
Bradley
(• a rr .'
Gearing
Hilick
Kuslowski ..
Monahun
Petty
195 X 100
Quota:
2
5
4621
4621
3406 Student Council
2532
Burns
Carbone
3500 4952 4952 4621 DeCecco
'
Knight
1100 1100 1100 1100 Stapleton
1095 2020 2199 Blanks
I
8400
6300
2300
1500
*
la
4621
6300
3004
2028
II)
4621
4621
3342
2444
Clifford, DeSanta
Lead Debate, Music
Editor Lists
Handbook Staff
7700
6500
5
Sue B a r n h a r t '56, reports that t h e
Ellen C. Stokes, Dean of Women,
The new officers of Ilillel lor next
year are as follows, announces Nor- and David Hartley, Dean of Men, Outing Club h a s elected the followman Arnold '57, outgoing President. have released the names of the ing officers for next year: ChairPresident for 1956-1957 will be J e n - winners of t h e Inter-Sorority and man, David Kleinke; Vice-Chairnette Weinberg '58; Vice-President. I n t e r - F r a t e r n i t y Scholarship Cups m a n
irlotte Miers; Secretary,
'
Maxine Halpin; Recording SecreT h e I n t e r - Sorority Scholarship
tary, Rochellc Rosent'eld; C»rre- Cup goes this year to Chi Sigma Ann Ktinciiatis; Treasurer, Dolores Blanks
...
scponding Secretary, Judy Herlz- Theta Sorority, which h a s an aver- Peck; and Equipment C h a i r m a n , Lass
m n n ; a n d Treasurer, Minna Podber; age this year of 2.74. Sigma Phi Erik Buck
Total
...
23100 23100 23100 23100
incoming Sophomores.
Sigma Sorority was a close r u n n e r Outgoing of (leers a r e : Marilyn up with an average of 2.72.
Commuters' Club h a s elected its
Goodman, Vice-President; CorreRecipient of the I n t e r - F r a t e r n i t y new officers for the coming year,
sponding Secretary, Gail Abramson; Scholarship Cup this year is Edward
J u n i o r s ; Recording Secretary, Doris Eldred Potter Club, with an averagt reports Nancy Gade '57. retiring
er will
Weinberg '58; Treasurer, Miss Pod- of 2.59. Other lllij, wiLii m i m n i m i
fraternities compiled President. Barbara Rohl
ber.
the following averages Kappa Beta stime the duties of the President,
New officers of Canterbury Club 2.50; Alpha Pi Alpa 2.45 Sigma hile Margaret McNeill will serve
Debate Council h a s elected Richw
for 1956-1957 a r e : President, David Lambda Sigma. 2.29,
as her Vice-President. Theresa Bell, ard Clifford '57 as President for t h e
Goldberg. Vice-President, William
Sophomores, will take over as coming year. New members of CounSmall; Secretary. Mary Darlington;
Juniors, and Treasurer, Mary BulTreasurer, and I lie new Secretary is cil include: Barbara Baiim, Audrey
lock '58, J o a n Van Dusen '57 is the
J a n e Zillilner '59. Co-Athletic Direc- Schmitt, J u n i o r s ;
Lynn
Nusom.
outgoing President.
tors
are
Joseph
Jackson
'58,
a
n
d
Freida
Cohen.
Robin
Hoy,
SophoT h e new olllcers ol the Student
Helen Cassavailgh '57.
mores; and C o n i n e Mario, J o h n
Christian Association a r e : Doris
Nancy Schneider '57, C h a i r m a n ol
Vradenburg '57, President;
ViceYager. Kaye Harris, Lee DeNlke,
President. Clinton Carpenter '57; Junior Guides lor this past year h a s
Sarolc Hall and Barbara Hlllman,
anil Secretary-Treasurer, Theresa announced the two new Co-ChairI reshmen.
Bell '58.
men lor the year 1956-1957. HandlIVCF a n n o u n c e s their new olll- ing urraimeiiients lor guiding the
The advisor lor Debate Club is
cers as follows: President, Gene Ar- l i e h n i e u
women will be Mary
Mr Clyde Ree\es, Associate Profesnold '57; Vice-President, MlK'ii Mc- Bradley, while Jack Tate will supersor ol English. Elections for the
Laughlin
'57; Secretary,
K a l l n vise the guides lor the irnsh men
remaining o l l a e r s will be held soon
Monsees
'57; Treasurer,
Austin Both are Sophomores.
Warren D u n h a m '58, Editor ol the
Nnunaon '59; Publicity D i m lor, The new Co-Cliiiirmen will start Freshman Handbook lor next year,
New Music Council olllcers have
Gall Kline '59; Prayer and Missions interviewing iipperclassnicn for the
been announced by Barbara Murl m a a i m ( ( l m m l l u s h l a l f „f Associate
.Secretary, Alma Webster '57
i u m 1 '56, retiring President
They
positions ol lag brothers and sisters
The Luther.in .Student Association 1
,,,,,,,,
Editors, lie hided are the lollownig are President, Marilyn De S a n t a .
ol t h e Albany Area is it religious or- sometime next week.
Vice-President, Barbara McGoiigh;
ganization alliliated with St John's
Treasurer,
Barbara Weinstock; and
Sophomores Patricia Corcoran, P a l Lutheran Church a n d recognized by
Secretary, Margaret Stebbnis
State College may become a mem- " c i a Clearing, Lorraine Kozlowski,
S t a l e College.
Per Faculty members who wish to Eileen Lalley, Marilyn Leach, NorThe.se members ol Music Council
T h e purposes ol the organization tlo so may participate in any meet- mandie Pishhko, Florine Skuinik,
are chosen by a system ol tryouta
are to provide spiritual guidance nig
FruiVk Swlskey, a n d Joseph S/.arek. and are judged on a basis of interfor college s t u d e n t s away
from
Olllcers for the 1956 - 57 school
est and amount of work done, not
home a n d lo promote a healthy year are as lollows: President, EdT h e Editor promises several new
social life a n d strong
Christian ward Van Ainerougeii; Secretary, features ill the book und urges tiny- on musical ability. All persons elected to i h e Council hold m e m b e r s h i p
friendship.
Gale Kleiman; and Publicity Direc- one with suggestions to submit them as long as they are in college.
Any student regularly enrolled at tor Dorothy Davis.
to h i m through student mall.
Bradley, Tate Lead
1956 Junior Guidts
3
19500 19500 19500
8400
13200 Publicity Director
1500
Dubrcy
23100 Ferrara
Blanks
Loss
1
2
9804) 11700 Total
5500
" 0 0 7500 SOIIH leader
2100 2100
1800 Hall
Loss
23100 23101) Blanks .. .
Total
Weeks
Yager
Blanks
Loss
1
2
*
6200 7000
4900 5300
3400 3700
2700
2300 2300
1200
Secretary
1
13100 O'Connor
7400 Vradenburg
2650 Weinstock
Blanks
23100 Loss
Harter
30200 30200 30200 Kecne
Blanks
60(1
19500
Treasurer
5000
5300 6800
9300 10400 12500
Total
7600 7900 9000
3000 3000 3000 Songieader
2100 5700
Total
1
1400
2100
10300
4100
1600
23100 23100 23100 Total
Banfleld
Swiskey
Blanks
1
9751
1
Fowler
Lalley
Seymour
Tate
Blanks
Loss
Total
1
President
President
30200 30200 Treasurer
Carmichael
Hell
Kadet
Mayo
Blanks
Loss
i
2
1
6700 Barton
Stefano
Blanks
4400 4500
2600 2600 Total
500 1500
Vice-President
8800
Quota:
1 2
3
4
5
2400 2400 2400
Champagne
7400 7800 8500 9200 10500
Kini;
1900 1900
Schlotthauber
1200
Segal
Skutnik. 3900 4000 4700 5000
1
Van Vlack
S w a n .... 4500 4800 4900 5500 6100
13400
Blanks
1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 Blanks
14500 20204)
Loss
400 800 1600 4700 Loss
5
1
270(1
700
1800
2300
6600
1
Secretary
2600 2600 2600
2700 ")4()0 8900 14600 Betner
Crawford
30200 30200 30200 30200 Hallett
McNeil .
Sonffleiider
. 1
195 x 100
i 1 - 11551
Total
Total
00
_._
Quota:
30200 30200 30200 30200
5
6500
1957
231 x 100
3
5300
4200
3400
1959 Student Council
8
73166
73166
42629
35732
58665
6824
15000
7
73166
Total
5
30200 30200 30200 30200 30200
Total
7a
73166
73166
40629
35361
54343
5824
15000
6
73166
1
4900
4100
3300
800
5900
2900
1600
4100
2600
Barber
Braun
Hurley
Mahland
Palmisano
Sanford
Sgambati
Wallace
Blanks
Loss
Publicity Director
Treasurer
302 X
la
2
10896 12298
10382 11594
7552
19896 21808
29301 29301
9500 9500
373 3399
1958
• 1 _. 15101
73166
Quota:
Junior Class Representative
Barton
Blesi
Fitzsimmons
Loricchio
Blanks
Loss
5500
14200
8600
11700
300
Q u i t a:
1
87900 87900 87900 87900
1
12400 12600 12600 13800
7600 7900 7900 8800
10300 10800 10800 12300
440O
MYSKANIA
• 1 = 29301
2
12100
760O
9400
4400
2500
5400
13800
8100
11700
200
Total
879 x 100
302 x 100
2
3
4
5
6
12700 12900 13300 13300 14300
Jacobson
Kendig
Kuslowski
Lciberman
Lemoine
McClain
Norton
Petty
Rice
Seymour
87900 87900 87900 87900 Blanks
Loss
Sara .fane Duffy and Clyde Payne both a t t a i n e d the necessary n u m ber
of "Yes" votes to be elected to Myskania. T h e tabulations will be
87900 87900 87900 87900 87900
printed in t h e next issue of t h e STATU COLLEGE NEWS.
Senior Class Representatives
1959
- 14651
87900 87900 87900 87900 87900 87900
la
2
3
by Preference
by Preference
879 X 100
18500 14651 14651Quota:
43951
14651 14651 14651
5438 6058 6454
1 2
3
4
5448 5848 6123
Allcock
13000
7458 8338 8811
Harter
20300 22400 25900 29500
17034 17034 14651
Keenc
14300 15400
15300 15300 15300
Lister .
20400 21900 25900 32900
4071 6020 7259
14900 16400 19800
Hall ...
87900 87900 87900 87900 Blanks
5000 5000 5000 5000
6800 11300 20500
Loss
A A Board
Total
1
12100
2000
11500
7500
9400
4200
2L<0
5400
13700
7900
11700
Cass
Devitch
Divens
Jolly
Kadct
Salek
Saltzman
Schaeffer
Sheldon
Short
Blanks
Loss
1 — 14651 Total
1
1
6
1 = 43951
5
2
Quota:
Quota
879 x 100
879 X 100
Quota:
Student Board O f Finance
Student Beard of Finance—195.')
PAGE
• - - Class Tabulations - - 879 x 100
President
MAY 5 , 1 9 5 6
Total
3901
1
*
7000
'
v
8700
3800
19500
Psychology Club
Elects Leaders
Elections of new olllcers by Psychology Club resulted 111 the selection of Marilyn Darzitno, President,
according to Erik Buck '57. retiring
President.
Other officers include
Mary Bullock as Vice-President;
G n u u m Cohen as Secretary and
Treasurer, Anabelle Barloot.
Psychology Club is dedicated to
the extra-curricular study ol psychology Lectures, discussions, and
films are ( c a n n e d at the In monthly
meetings which are open to all 111ii resteil students.
I h e Society ol Critical Thought,
SOCT, is a group dedicated to the
open and free discussion ol any and
all i.sties All are welcome to membership. T h e new olrtcers for 19501957 as announced by Edward T i p loll, retiring head, are its follows:
Secretary, Anna Belle Barloot '58;
Treasurer,
Barbara
Hilmiin '59;
Board members. Main: Colao '57,
Edward Strauss 58, Erik Buck '57,
and Caroline Terrielo '59.
PAGE 4
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S . S A T U R D A Y , M A Y 5, 1 9 5 6
M U D Skit, "Play Ball, Features
Struggling Albany Atomics Team
DE Club Elects
Lewis Carr
New President
Ae** tyec* WUk Ike, Qieekt
Seven Sororities a n d three f r a - Wemstock; R e c o r d i n g Secretary,
T o n i g h t a t 8 p.m. the c u r t a i n rises amusing about such a set? We r e - ternities have released a listing of Judy S w a n ; Corresponding Secretheir officers for t h e coming year, tary, Virginia B u d d e n h a g e n ; Alumon one of State's greatest spectacu- peat, come a n d see.
T h e list does n o t include t h e results ni Secretary, Lois Underwood; Song
l a r s ! Baseball is a l l - i m p o r t a n t now j h e Cast
a n d so baseball is t h e keynote of T h e c a s t c o n . s i s t s of Helen Betner of t h e Alpha Pi Alpha elections. Leader, Joy Cafaro; Sports Director,
T h e P r e s i d e n t - E l e c t of t h e Disour show. O u r title—Play Ball ( a n a s S a n y , D o t t i Eardley a s Alice, Their officers will b e elected n e x t J a n Vormivick; Newspaper Editor,
Wilma H a r d i n g ; Marshalls, Barbara tributive Education Club for 1956original one by Dick Feldman>. T h e M a r l e n e Ackerman a s Nancy, Eliza- week.
_ . „ . _ ., . ..
.
Vaas a n d Gail Riverkampf; Parlia- 57 is Lewis Carr '57, reports Erwin
story is about t h e struggling Albany b e t n G r o s s a s J o a r l | R o n n i e Davis
...
— ---- Beta Zeta: President, Nanev Lou- m o n t „ , i 0 „
I , „ J . „ ii7„n D . r^iD..i, Horwitz '56, outgoing
Atomics, t h e team ", f t
President.
a s C a t h y
J i m
w e n
a s Joe
J o e
«w , n a i , , P . h
T » W
°
Prette; Vice President, Beverly Wy- A n n V h i c e n t
Serving under C a r r will be ViceA
Vi 1Cent
S t a t e College for Baseball. A hearty F o s e g a n a s S n m , T o m H o p k i n s a s {
Treasurer, Betty Holbrook:
""
'
President, Robert S h a r p e '58. SecreI f a m o l e a v i n h i s s i r 1 ? to h°e?n h e S T g 6 ' P n U ' K , B P S a S B i " A 1 Secretary, J a n G a r r e t ; Assistant
P h . Delta: President, J o a n Van
Hut
team o n l l M b i ? t e 5 o t e d b v M v
^ / n s o n a s Al, T o m M a t t h e w s Secretary - Treasurer. M a r y A n n Duscn; Vice President, Dorothy Al- tary, Ann Kinsler, Treasurer, Robert
t h e R o m a n c e Wrecker c S m e a i d ?< S l T B°* ^ u r n s a s Ace Bob Kuakowski; C h a p l a i n . Shirley Blow- ford; Marshall, B a r b a r a E l l e n ; Cor- Bishop, Publicity Director, Edson
Alward
see h ™ i a t „ r n , nnV
*t S c o o t e r ' K e l 1 K a d e t a s e r s ; Marshalls. J o a n Nole a n d responding Secretary, B a r b a r a D e Travis,
a n d Historian,
Sanford
see now n a n t u r n s out.
Benney, t h e manager, Bobbie H u n g - Connie Olivo; Alumni Secretary, Francis; Treasurer, A n n HitchcockShow F e a t u r e s Well-Known Tunes erford a s Anabelle Newsy, t h e r e - Florine S k u t n i k ; Historian, Robin Representative to ISC P a t G e a r i n g : Bernstein, J u n i o r s .
T h e show is full of well-known porter, Bob Fox a s Rocky, Bill R o y ; Sergeants - a t - arms. Marcia Recording Secretary ' Carol Altic !
T h e DE Club will sponsor a coffee
t u n e s dressed u p with new words. Herchfield a s Stumpy, Dick Eisner Co ley and Mary Cosentino.
Historian
B a r b a r a ' J o l l v Alumni
To m a k e i t even more exciting to a s Curly, Mike Van Vranken a s Jim,
Secretary Natalie LeMoine- Athlet hour preceding t h e Commerce Conwatch, t h e boys on t h e ball team Alan Weiner a s Mr. Wayne, a n d Chi Sigma T h e t a : President, Mary ic Director, Sally Wees; 'Publicity vention S a t u r d a y , M a y 12. Tuesday
perform a brilliant baseball ballet Marion Sciortino a s Dolly.
F u r n e r ; Vice President, Sheila Lis- Director, Carole Hall.
evening t h e Club is sponsoring a
to t h e t u n e of "Shoeless J o e F r o m T h e Chorus
t e r ; Treasurer. Marilyn Leach; Secfield trip touring t h e Albany Felt
T h e A l a m o " which could easily
_.
,
re ary. Mary Crawford; Historian,
Sigma Plil Sigma: P r e s i d e n t ,
rival a professional number. Not , f n e ononis includes Tony Scor- C a r o l s t a n t o n ; Representative to Paula Segal; Vice President, J o a n Company.
to be outdone by t h e team, t h e girls ? a t o ' P r a n ^. u f a v l e t " -?lck F e l d m a n , I S C | A l i c e Lockwood;
Factotem. K u s h n e r ; Recording S e c r e t a r y ,
T h e newly-elected officers of Pi
come o u t in t h e second a c t a n d do Laverne Tibbert, Gerry
Dwight, B m n e t l a Bromfield; Song Leader. Sheila Strongin; Treasurer, C h a r Segal, Ella Mizzell, P a t Mc- Bernice O'Connor; Alumni Secre- lene Hollander: Corresponding Sec- Cmega Pi, reported by William S h i p a quick a n d bright cheerleading Paula
d a n c e t o " T h a t ' s W h a t ' s Called G
" rraalt "h ', Sheila Lister, Lee Hughes, tary, Mary A n n Ermlich.
retary, Rima Kreisoerg;
Alumni engrover '56, President, a r e a s folBaseball." They a r e introduced by ™°™s Shmandle, Rary Fitzpatrick,
Secretary,
Marilyn
Chenfield;
A s - lows: President, Herbert Felske;
Vice President. Everett Weiermiller;
some of t h e ballplayers singing t h e p h v l l l s H « r d . Marie Devine, Judy
Psi G a m m a : President Mary Lou sistant Treasurer, Leni
Mosner;
song a s they tell us just why base- V l m m - e r s t e d t , a n d J o a n e Ginsburg. Me.ser: Vice P r e s i d e n t
Margaret Rush C a p t a i n . Frieda Cohen; ISC, Treasurer, Beverly M c l n t y r e ; Hisball is i m p o r t a n t to them. I n a d - T h e P r o d u c t i o « s *aff
C a r r : Recording Secretary, M a r g a r - Arlene B i r n b a u m ; Historian, Sherril torian, J o h n Gauquie.
dition to these involved dance n u m T h e Production Staff is a s fol- a h a n l i l t o n : Corresponding Secre Silver; Ritualist, Marcia Meiselman;
Pi Omega Pi, National Honor S o Treasurer, Activities Director, S u e Goldbarb;
bers, we find m a n y other sparkling lows: Directing Committee, J o a n e tary. Gretchen H u r d ;
ciety in Business Education, i n G
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Wilder;
Social
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Songleader,
Maxine
Halpin.
songs. T h e first a c t c o n t a i n s "Play Ginsburg, C h a i r m a n , Marie Devine,
cludes members from t h e Senior
Ball" in which our Texas gals t r y Judy Vimmerstedt, Alan Weiner; J o a n K o p c z a ; P a r l i a m e n t a r i a n ,
Class chosen because of outstanding
Audrey
Bri.-gs;
Chaplain,
Edith
Kdward F.ldred P o t t e r
C l u b : scholarship a n d leadership in t h e
to pull o u r Texas guys away from Choreography, Dick F e l d m a n ; CosOwens;
Representative
to
ISC.
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e
President. Bernard Robbins: Vice commerce d e p a r t m e n t .
t h e ball game on TV. Do they tumes, T h o m a s Pagan, C h a i r m a n ,
Theobold;
succeed? You'll find out. Act I Sheila
Lister,
Claudia
Alcock: C a t s ; Marshalls, K a y H a r r i s a n d President. Bernard
Frie.la
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a
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m
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n
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Treasurer. Richard Kotsi; Clerk,
also c o n t a i n s " H e a r t " sung by m e m - Lights, Al Stephenson, C h a i r m a n ,
Ronald Hubright; I F C R e p r e s e n t a - son; P a r l i a m e n t a r i a n , Bruce Norbers of t h e ball team a n d their P e g Carr, M a k e - U p . George
Kappa
Delta: President. Ann tive. Bruce Pfaff; Alumni Secretary. ton; Alumni Co-ordinator, T h o m a s
m a n a g e r . T h e final song of this act Van d e n Houten,
Chairman,
Ki..sler; V i c President. Elizabeth Donald Mayer: Editor of Potter W a t t h e w s ; Historian. Jack O r m s is "Joey Boy" in which our R o - Dick
W a r n e r, Co - c h a i r m a n ,
m a n t i c Wrecker tries to lead our Mary A n n Schlotthauber, Peg D a r -S t a p let o n : Recording Secretary. Post, Sanford Bernstein; Historian. bee; Co-Editors of Sigma Lambdian.
William D e G r o a t a n d A r t h u r Plothero, Joe, astray. Act I I opens with zano, Carol P a y m e n t ; Props, M a r i - Elizabeth Ann Ruffles; correspond- T h o m a s Ciarno.
Norton:
nik; Senior House Steward. Joseph
" T h e Seventh Inning Stretch", a lyn DeSanta, C h a i r m a n ; Sets, Nan- ing Secretary. Charlotte
,,
.
Treasurer,
Lorraine
Kozlowski;
HisSigma
Lambda
Sigma:
President,
Swierzowski; J u n i o r House Steward,
salute to a famous baseball instituChhaaiirrm
maann,; George
Music. t . . j r i a n . c h a r l e n e
Miller
Parlia- Alan Hutchinson; Vice President. Pel or McGuirk.
tion, sung by t h e singing a n d d a n c - cy
ClydeSchneider,
Payne, C
ing chorus with Mr. Wayne, t h e Harris, Bob Stimson; House, David hmienm a i i a n . Marilyn Stillwell: C h a p - Robert Kopecek; Recording SecrePatty Burke. Song Leader. tary. Herbert Felio; Corresponding
Kappa Beta: President,
Peter
owner of t h e Albany Atomics. F o l - Kendig, Chairbnn, Peg Darzano
Claudia Allcock; Sports Director, Secretary. Richard Ronconi; T r e a s - Dykeman: Vice President.
Peter
lowing this is t h e cheerleading Miriam Sanderson, Gloria CosenMary Margaret J o n e s ; Marshalls, urer. Gerald Banfield; Pledgcmas- F r c l e r m u t h ; Secretary, George Harballet, a n d then t h e finale "Say berg. As you can see a large n u m Ann King a n d Lorraine Rhodes; ter, Ronald Pryor: Assistant PledgePlay Ball" presented by the entire ber of people a r e involved in t h eAlumni Secretary, Leah G r e e n m n n . master. Paul Erickson; Senior IPC ris; Treasurer. T h o m a s Hopkins:
Senior I F C Representative, Richard
c o m p a n y . T h e set is simple and yet. skit, so why not conic a n d sec a n d
Representative, Donald Dame; J u n - W a r n e r ; Junior IFC R e p r e s e n t a we hope it will amuse you. Most of enjoy it? As an added present for
G a m m a Kappa P h i : President. ior I F C Representative, W a r r e n tive,
Fred
Arcoraci;
Historian,
t h e action takes place on t h e ball you. the S t a t e s m e n a n d the Choral- J u n e Sturlley; Vice President. Bar- D u n h a m : Athletic Director, Carl
Joseph
Hill;
Member at large,
park. You wonder what could be ettes a r e singing before t h e skit
bara Hngerford; T r e a s u r e r . Barbara Maxson: .Songleader, Robert S l i m - Richard Esnv.
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ALBANY,
N E W YORK, F R I D A Y , MAY 11, 1 9 5 6
'94*
VOL.
X L I NO. 1 3
7
'State College News Celebrates
40th Anniversary W i t h Banquet
Pictured above a r e Klaus K a u f m a n us Macbeth a n d J o a n Ginsburg
as Lady Macbeth rehearsing a scene from Act I I I of t h e play.
Music Council
Stages Annual
Spring Concert
The State College News will celebrate the 40th Anniversary of its existence tomorrow, with a banquet at O'Connor's Restaurant, announces Keith Yandoh '57, Public
Relations Editor and Chairman of the Banquet.
Dr. Edwin Richard Van Kleeck, who was Editor-inChief in 1927, will give the main address. He is now Assistant Commissioner for Pupil Personnel Service and Adult
T h e S t a t e College T h e a t r e will Frieda Cohen. K e n n e t h Smith, G r a present
William
Shakespeare's h a m Zeh, George Van Den Houten,
"Macbeth" a s its Spring production arshall Sternberg, William G a r n a r ,
next Friday a n d Saturday, M a y 18Robert Young Michael Saltzman,
and 19, a n n o u n c e s Richard F e l d m a n Robert Tillman, K e n n e t h Smith,
'57, C h a i r m a n of I n t e r n a l Publicity. Robert Buff, DImitri Perdaris, J o h n
T h e Annual Spring Concert p r e T h e c u r t a i n rises on t h e S h a k e s - Bacon, Brenda B u c h a n a n , Nancy sented by Music Council will be
pearean tragedy a t 8:30 p.m. In Page Wilson, Renee Wallace, Carol P a y Hall on both nights. Paul Bruce ment, a n d Elizabeth Gross, fresh- staged a t Page Hall tonight, a n Barbara
M u r n a n e '56,
Pettit, Associate Professor of Eng- men, comprise t h e r e m a i n d e r of t h e nounces
lish, is director a n d designer, a n d cast.
President. T h e Concert scheduled
J a r k a Burlan, Assistant Professor of
T h e production staff
includes: tor 8:30 p.m. is t h e last production
English, serves as Technical Direc- Stage Manager, E d i t h Strack; P r o tor. Carol Allen '57, is t h e Assistant duction Coordinator, B a r b a r a H u n - of Music Council for t h e present
to t h e Director.
gerford; Properties, Nancy G a d e ; scholastic year.
The cast consists of Klaus Kauf- External Publicity, Lenore Hughes;
T h e program will feature selecm a n a n d Bruce Norton, freshmen; I n t e r n a l Publicity a n d House. FeldTownsend Rich. Professor of Eng- m a n : Sound, Paula Segal: Costumes, tions by t h e various music groups
Miss C h a m p a g n e ; Editor of t h e AD on campus. Vocal a n d Orchestra s e lish, a n d J o a n Ginsburg '56.
Others featured in t h e production Newsletter, Marjorie Jelley, J u n i o r s ; lections a r c Hie highlights of t h e
a n d Correspondence,
are: T h o m a s Smith, Richard T i n - Exchange
presentation.
app, Gene Arnold, a n d Leslie Brody, Marilyn Erter '56.
Seniors; Richard Warner, William
Tickets will be on sale all next
T h e following will make a p p e a r DeAlleaume,
Richard
Beaudln, week at t h e booth in t h e lower
Richard Feldman. David Kendig, Draper peristyle. Admission is byances during t h e vocal part of t h e
Harry
Roberts. Peter
Dykeman, S t u d e n t Tax. S t u d e n t s may secure show. T h e Choi-alettes, Statesmen,
J o h n Reiners, Emil Polak, a n d J a n - either reserved or unreserved seats. Women's Chorus, Men's Chorus a n d
ice C h a m p a g n e , Juniors.
Outside admissions a r e $1.00 for r e - a Mixed Chorus group. All of t h e
DR. EDWIN VAN KLEECK
Sophomores in t h e cast a r e : J o -served seats, a n d seventy-five cents
above a r e under t h e direction of
seph Flynn, Paul Powlesland, a n d for general admission.
Karl B. Peterson, Associate Professor of Music. T h e Orchestra a n d f~*r*mt r\
Student Council:
f^l rc\r*¥r\r
Ensembles in the program a r c u n - V-UilljL/ L/Jl C?LI(JI
•
der t h e direction of Charles F .
Stokes, Professor of Music.
Lists
Counselors
Education for t h e S t a t e Education
D e p a r t m e n t . T o a s t m a s t e r for t h e
dinner will be David Kendig '57, e x Co-Publlc Relations Editor a n d columnist for t h e News.
T h e News came into existence 40
years ago, when t h e Class of 1918,
represented by a "Committee to
Publish a Weekly College Newspaper." Alfred E. Dedicke, C h a i r m a n ,
published t h e first issue of the S t a t e
College News on October 4, 1916.
Editors-in-chief since 1916 a n d
News Board m e m b e r s since 1945,
have been invited to the dinner. Mrs.
Van Kleeck will also be present.
Members of t h e News Boards, past
and present, will give self-introductions, telling of their experience on
the News a n d briefly of their life
since leaving college. O n e of t h e
features of t h e dinner will be a
birthday cake to commemorate this
40th birthday.
Two members of t h e first News
Board, t r u l l t h e class of 1918 will be
present at t h e banquet: Lillian M a -
ci!nm.PmSL'ott'a,Kl Kathrvn Colr
Admission to t h e Concert will be
Marilyn DeSanta '57, Director of
During t h e past two years, t h e
through t h e Student Activity Tax Women's Frosh Camp, announces News h a s undergone quite a few
Card. T h e r e will be a slight charge t h a t t h e c a m p will be held on cam- changes, among which were t h e i n liy A1LEEN COCHRANE
pus this year, with most of t h e a c - auguration of eight page issues, t h e
Student Council, meeting with the Council for $1,710, Press Bureau for for n o n - S t a t e s m e n .
tivities centering around Brubacher initiation of t h e usuage of a floatnewly-elected Coucil in a special $131), C a m p Board for $4,500, and
Kail a n d Dorm Field.
ing nameplate, a n d t h e Editorship
Committee
C
h
a
i
r
m
e
n
for
t
h
e
meeting Monday evening, heard a Debate Council for $925.
running from J a n u a r y to J a n u a r y ,
C
a
m
p
Van
Schoonhoven.
the
largReport
from
t h e C h a i r m a n of
J o h n Stefano '58, C h a i r m a n ol t h e event a r e : Publicity. Shirley M c instead of from May to May.
est,
camp
available
in
this
area
Mnving-Up Day, discussed a finan- C a m p Board, presented the Budget pherson '56; Ushers, Barbara Mccial motion for Activities Week, r e - for $4,500, explaining thai a lump Ciough '58; Staging. Archie West- which h a s been used in previous
placemen: elections, set t h e agenda sum line was necessary because of a miller; Outside Publicity. Dwight years, lacks the necessary facilities
for t h e increasing number of freshfor Friday's Assembly, passed four urea: deal of estimating of costs.
Willsey, Seniors; a n d Tickets a n d man women who desire to attend
budgets a n d decided to have a The money will be used for t h e
camp. Brubacher Hall will offer
special Budget Assembly. T h u r s d a y following things, bill it is impossible Program. Marilyn DeSanta '57.
better sleeping accommodations, a
evening, at ti.'M), in the G a m e Room. at this time to estimate t h e exact,
T h e program for t h e event, i n - larger dining area, a n d shelter .for
costs: House repairs, equipment,
Robert Bet.scha '56, retiring Presi- septic tank, sheds to store equip- clude.-, such compositions as t h e fol- cool fall weather.
Chi Sigma Tlu-la. Beta Zeta a n d
dent ni Student Association, con- ment and cooking unit, two row-lowing by the Orchestra, "Slavonic
Miss DeSanta announces for t h e(.iamma Kappa Phi have slated t h e
ducting his last meeting of Council, boats, two canoes, government sur- Dance," "English Folk Song Suite";
called upon J e a n Hallenbeck '56, plus, a n d taxes a n d insurance. T h e Collegiate Singer.-,, " T h e Happy C a m p Committee, composed of Ellen following cumint; events:
'Lilt
Thine
Eyes"; C. Stokes, Dean of Women; R u t h B.
C h a i r m a n of Moving - Up Day tomoney not used by t h e Board from Wanderer,"
May 12, at Jack's Oyster House,
give a report. T h e total expenses the alloted Budget, Instead of r e -Choi-alettes, "Just One of Those Woolschlager, Assistant Professor of Chi Sigma Theta will hold its a l Things"; T h e Statesmen, "The B a t - Education iCommercei; Anna E.
for the (lav1 were $211.12.
verting back to SA Surplus, will go
tle of Jericho"; Woodwind Quintet, Love, Assistant Professor of Health umnae banquet, announces Mary
Mary Bradley 'all. C h a i r m a n of into a Camp Building Fund where
'57, President.
General
"Birds of Passage"; Women's Chor- Education- Ilelenjane Cougan, As- Furner
Activities Week, moved to include the money will be used for buildus, " T h u m b e l l n a " ; a n d t h e Festival sistant Professor of Physical Educa- C h a i r m a n is Mary Ann Ermlich,
in t h e Student Council Budget a ing, m a i n t e n a n c e a n d facilities perChorus. "I Hear America S i n g i n g " tion: Nancy Schneider '57. Assistant committees a r e : Programs. Marie
line for ,<-2,r>() for refreshments for taining to the Camp. T h e Board will
Director; Elizabeth Stapleton '57. Dettmcr; Flowers, Burnetta Bromthe receptions to be held during have to have t h e approval of StuSecretary: a n d Marilyn Leach '58, field, Sophomores; Place Cards, I r that week T h e motion was passed dent Board of Finance before the>
Treasurer; that t h e following will ma Tagnola '59. Speakers include
by Council a n d Will come up before can use t h e money in this fund
Barbara Maaloe '56, Marcia Lawbe counselors:
SA lor consideration this Friday, Council passed this budget u n a n i rence '57, Eileen Lalley '58, a n d
mously.
along willl a motion made last
Beth
Bechler, Marie
Carbon", Winifred Youngs '59.
week to delete t h e activity
seek
Sara J a n e Dully. Patricia Hall,
lines ol $10 already alloted to some
Lenore Hughes. Barbara HungerAlso on May 12, from 8-12 p.m.
organi/al ion ford, Lois Johnson, Ann Kinsler. Chi Sigma T h e t a will hold an open
o n Friday, May 18, at 3 p.m. inBernice O'Connor, Betty Van Vlack; house for S t a t e students a n d facToday in Assembly nominations
Page Hall, Forum will present Saul J u n i o r s .
ulty. General C h a i r m a n is Sheila
will be taken from t h e Junior Class
K. Padover who will speak on t h e Mildred Beisswanger, Marj Brad- Lister '57.
for replacement ol two Student
Alpha Pi Alpha will hold its a n - "United States a n d Ellio.je," a n - ley, Marie Dettmcr, Assunta Fusco,
Council members, and from Student nual weekend starting
tomorrow
May 16, a t Herbert's, Ciamnni K a p Association for three new meinbers- Willi Us formal at S h a k e r Ridge nounces Malcolm Rogers I'I, Presi- Patricia Gearing. Sally Harter. Lillian Jewett, Lorraine Ko/lowski, pa P h i will hold its Senior Banquet,
a t - l a r g e lo Student Council. Voting Country Club, a n n o u n c e s Whilson dent.
Eileen Lalley, Patricia
M c G r a l h , a n n o u n c e s J u n e Studley '57, Presifor these replacements will lake Walter '56, President. T h e weekend
Born in Austria, Padover receivSheila
Mnnahan,
Evelyn
Moody, dent. General C h a i r m a n , J u n e S t u d place next Friday in Assembly.
will be climaxed bv a picnic at Mur- ed his B.A from Wayne University,
Petty, Janet Mack, Roberta ley; Arrangements, Barbara H u n Nominal ions close Monday at 4 p.m.. ry's Beach at L} I'S Lake on S u n - Detroit, a n d his M A . a n d P h . DGayle
.
Roy, Mary Shelton, Judy S w a n : gerford '57; E n t e r t a i n m e n t , Gall
and declinations close Tuesday at day.
iroin t h e University of Chicago. I n
Riverkamp '59; Tickets, Edna Reger
Sophomores.
I he Mime hour. A Constitution test
and Sally Eggleston, Sophomores.
The formal includes a dinner- 1050 he was Dean of the School of
for all candidates will be given
Carole Alt U-, Nichollna Firen/e.
Politics a n d won Guggenheim ami
Tuesday »l 4 P i n . in Draper 111, dance a flair with t h e dinner begin- Rocketeller Fellowships. He is t h eLeah G r e e m a n , Anne King, Corinne
Nancy l.ouprettc, President, a n ning at 6:30 p.m. a n d t h e dance
and al 7:15 p.m. at Brubacher.
starting at I) p.m. T h e picnic will recipient of t h e Citation lor t h eMarro. Charlotte Miers, Ella Mizzell, nounces t h a t Beta Zeta is holding
Bronze Star Medal awarded by ex- Constance Olivo, Nancy Richards, a faculty picnic this Sunday from
Today's Assembly Agenda is a s begin al noon on Sunday.
lollows: Installation of new SA Chairmen for t h e events a r e a s President T r u m a n , a n d was a for- Carole Waldren, Sally Weeks, Wini- ;i to 5 p.m. at t h e sorority house.
Beverly Wylam '57, General C h a i r officers, nominations for replace- lollows: General C h a i r m a n of t h emer Professor a l the Sorbonne. P a d - fred Youngs; freshman,
h a s also written two books:
ment elections, Budgets a n d An-Formal, Edward J o n e s '57, a mover
Alternates include: Helen Betner man, lists t h e following' committee
i
nouncements.
General C h a i r m a n for t h e Picnic is Europe's Quest for Unity a n d and Alice Lockwood, Sophomores; heads: Arrangements, Shirley BlowRefreshments, Sally H a r t e r ,
Passed by Student Council were Donald Bindrim '58. Bindrim will French I n s t i t u t i o n s : Values a n d Ann Crocker, Nina Kort, Charolotte ers;
Politics.
Niiull a n d Carol Stanton, freshmen. Sophomores.
t h " Bugets present ed by Music be assisted by Donald McKell '50.
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