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STATE C O L L E G E N E W S , FRIDAY, MAY 3 ,
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State Attends
Intercollegiate
Mock Senate
19S7
Brubacher Beach Beauties Welcome "News" Writers;
Sayles Hall Suddenly Goes Wild Over Telescopes
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By BILI, F R A N K O N I S
It w a s h e a r t w a r m i n g , (if n o ta r e male, a n d either a one or a two
Emll Polak '57 a n n o u n c e s t h a t t h e
headwarming) to see t h e advent of piece suit if you a r e female, d e a new i n t r a m u r a l sport a t S t a t e pending upon which you prefer.
s e v e n t h a n n u a l New York S t a t e I n this week. At long last someone is T h e n all you have to do is lie o u t
ter-collegiate Mock S e n a t e was held
beginning to use t h e resources avail- on Dorm Field for a couple of hours
last weekend. T h e Mock S e n a t e was
able here for t h e purpose of making every d a y for a couple of hours.
he'.d i n t h e Assembly C h a m b e r s ot
State a better place for all.
See? No effort a t all involved. T h e
Useless Equipment
the S t a t e Capitol a t Albany.
object of t h e game is to see who
T h e best thing about this game is can outdo t h e others both in acquirt h a t i t is played every day of t h e ing a t a n , a n d in a t t r a c t i n g a t t e n Over twenty colleges i n New York
week and almost anyone c a n join
state were represented including Altion. At t h e end of t h e week a prize
in t h e fun. T h e only drawback to
bany S t a t e . Among other colleges
the sport is t h e unpredictability of is awarded to t h e winner, a n d this
were Rosary Hill, Rensselaer Polythe weather since clouds or rain week's prize is a two book s e t contechnic Institute, Siena, New York
forces a cancellation of t h e game. sisting of " T h e S u n Also Rises" a n d
University, Hofstra a n d Adelphi.
Two other outstanding features of "How to Win Friends a n d Influence
S t a t e Representatives
this exciting new competition a r e People."
the m i n i m u m a m o u n t of effort r e - S u n n y Sunday
Representing State
were
four
quired on t h e p a r t of t h e players,
And here, held until last, is t h e
senators:
Marcia
Lawrence '57,
and t h e almost complete lack of most o u t s t a n d i n g feature of this
G r u n n a Cohen '59 a n d Frances
equipment necessary to participate. game. I t is n o t subject to S u n d a y
Greenberg and J a c k Trombly, freshAs a m a t t e r of fact, it seems t h a t blue-laws. Although t h e guys c a n men.
the less equipment a player h a s , not play Softball on Dorm Field on
the better off he, or she is.
S u n d a y , it's perfectly all r i g h t to
Also from Albany were Polak,
Brubacher Beach
join in t h e new game and parade
who was S e r g e a n t of Arms, a n d a s sistant Sergeant of Arms, Michael
T h e only equipment really needed around half-dressed. S o go ahead,
WORK F O R T H E "NEWS'' a n d all this c a n be yours. The gentleSbani '60. Malcolm Rogers '57 wasm a n prefers to remain anonymous.
is a one piece bathing suit if you go to it.
a member of t h e Steering C o m m i t tee, which included representatives
of several colleges a n d made all
plans for t h e Senate.
Marlboro
Colleges Submit Bills
Committee work a n d debate o n
Kills comprised t h e greatest part of
the meeting.
T h e bills which were submitted
and passed by Albany S t a t e i n cluded one to have bakers supply
uniforms for their employees a n d
to prevent force in t h e wholesaling
of alcoholic beverages.
O t h e r colleges submitted bills to
establish a required course in vocational guidance in all New York
secondary schools: to prohibit t h e
sale of intoxicating beverages to
minors under t w e n t y - o n e ; a n d , to
require safety belts a s s t a n d a r d
equipment for motor vehicles.
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ALBANY.
N E W YORK.
S A T U R D A Y . MAY 4 , 1 9 5 7
VOL. X L I I , N O . 12
Richard Hinck Triumphs As S A President/ Defeats
Tate By Thirteen Votes; Myskania Numbers Thirteen
Myskania No. 42 Ascends Steps McClain Victorious As SA Vice-President;
Including Seven Women, Six Men Elect Cali, Harter SA Secretary, Songleader
With all the members of Myskania reaching the quota,
In a very close race for the Student Association Presithe Senior Honorary Society will have seven women and
dency,
Richard Hinck received 13 more votes than Jack
six men this year. This breaks the two-year tradition of
Tate to emerge victorious as the President of Student
having eight women and five men in the Judicial Society.
Association for 1957-1958. Out of the 937 votes cast, Hinck
After the classes had "moved up" to their new posiobtained 457 votes while Tate received 444. Hinck served
tions and everyone had sung "Arm in Arm," the Tapping
as Student Association Vice-President for the past year.
ceremonies began. The old Myskania filed to the second
Donald McClain walked away with the Vice-Presidency
row of seats on the stage in preparation for the tapping,
of Student Association by receiving 463 more votes than
and Marilyn Elizabeth DeSanta, Chairman of Myskania
his opponent. McClain acted as Sophomore Class President
second semester, and Sara Jane Duffy, Chairman of Myslor the last two semesters.
kania first semester, and Clyde Irving Payne, President
The position of Student Association Secretary went
of Student Association, came forward to the rostrum.
to Joan Cali in the fourth distribution. Although given a
close race by Jean Knapp, Miss Cali figured first in all
Payne acted as the speaker and announced the names
distributions.
of the new members of the Honorary Judiciary Society,
while Miss DeSanta and Miss DufTy presented them with
Sally Harter, meeting the quota on the first distribution, easily captured the post of Student Association Songpurple and gold tassels which are the school colors.
b
leader.
PATRICIA RUTH GEARING was the first member of
the 1956-1957 Judiciary to be tapped. Nancy Jane SchneiEight New Members of Student Board of Finance
der and Joseph John Anderson circled the auditorium,
Student Board of Finance members for next year will
stopping beside her row in the assembly, as Payne boomed
be Donald Rice and Jack Tate, Juniors; Jane Cass, Carolyn
out her name. Miss Gearing is the new Vice-President of
Olivo and Richard Ronconi, Sophomores; and Frank CanRICHARD HINCK
Women's Athletic Association.
nizzo, Owen Davis and Ann Fleming, freshmen.
M
.
.
Athletic Advisory Board Elections
Sheila Lister and Robert Burns left the stage next to _ , I
S t a t e College Athletic Advisory
Lap the second person of the honored thirteen. The name
Board's new m e m b e r s are a s follows:
of JOSEPH ANTHONY SZAREK boomed out as they stopJ o h n Stefano a n d Ronald Graves,
ped next to the row in which he was sitting. Szarek is
J u n i o r s ; Sally Weeks a n d Robert
Kampf, Sophomores. Graves will
Co-Editor-in-Chief of the State College News.
act as C h a i r m a n of t h e Board
Third to be tapped was JOHN EDWARD STEFANO, Ronald Alexander, Bruce Norton ski. S t u d e n t Council m e m b e r s from while K a m p f will be Secretary
the retiring president of the Class of 1958. Marcia Mc- and F r a n k Krivo have been elected the class ol 19511 will be Robert T h o m a s Briefly '58 will be t h e
Kenzie Lawrence and Anderson escorted Stefano to thePresidents ol t h e classes ol 1958,Bosomworth, David F o t h e r i n g h a m , carry-over member.
rostrum where Miss DeSanta pinned on his purple and 1959 a n d 196J respectively. Leading Nancy Monteau a n d Lloyd Sey- SA Council Election
the Class of 1958 with Alexander
In t h e S t u d e n t Association C o u n gold tassel. Stefano served on Student Council for three will
i;t Vice-President, Warren D u n - mour.
cil election, t h r e e candidates were
years and is Assistant Director of Men's Frosh Camp h a m ; Secretary, Patricia Gearing;
eliminated by preference, leaving'
Bruce Norton is the new Junior
for next year.
Treasurer, Judith Swan, and P u b only four candidates to be elected.
Barbara Ilungertord and Mary Elizabeth Knight left licity Director, Maryann Kuskowthe stage, circled around the auditorium, and stopped as
line Mai in as Secietary
David Charles Rinhnrri w n n « ^ o nnJ
Payne boomed out the name of ROBERT JOHN KOPECEK,
Youst a s Treasurer; Rosemary Sepe g £ » r £ Z l V a J T a u J ^ P e n the Chairman of Warrensburg Camp Board.
as Songleader; a n d Brenda B u c h - Held, freshmen
a n a n as Publicity Director. S t u d e n t
RONALD WILLIAM ALEXANDER, the newly elected
Council members a r e George HarPresident of the Senior Class was next to be tapped. Betty
ris, Ann King, Natalie Lemoine,
Rae VanVlack and Miss Schneider brought Alexander t'o 'llic State College News Board h a s and Winifred Youngs.
the stage.
announced additions to t h e Board
Receiving eighty-live more first,
Miss Hungerford and Dominick John DeCecto escorted and .stall', according to Marie Dett- place votes t h a n his nearest opponnicT and Joseph Szarek, Juniors a n d
FREIDA MARCIA COHEN, the new President of Dramatics Co-Editors.
ent, F r a n k Krivo was victorious in
the race for t h e Presidency of t h e
and Arts Council to the rostrum.
William Frankonis '59 is the newSophomore Class. O t h e r executives
The seventh member to be tapped was RICHARD H. Associate Feature Editor. T h e newwill be Vice-President, Paul Hooker; Marilyn Leach '58, Director oi
HINCK, the newly elected President of Student Associa- Desk Editors ol the Editorial Stall Secretary, Donna Harris; Treasurer, Women's Frosh Camp, a n n o u n c e s
tion. He was brought to the stage by Miss VanVlack and are Marilyn Burns, Joan Call, Mar- C a t h e r i n e Antonucci; Songleader, the following counsellors for t h e
ch i Cavanaugh, David Fe dman, Rosemarie Bordonaro; Cheerleader, September
Burns.
weekend.
Counsellors
Barbara Hubbard, Marit J c n t u t l - Beverly Burke; Publicity Director. from the class of 1958 a r e : B u r n e t t a
JACK STANLEY TATE wa.s next to be tapped by An- Nilsen, Mary Ellen Johnson, Ruehelle Rose Carbolic. Council members for Bromfield, Marie Dettmer Eileen
derson and DeCecco. Tate wa.s Co-Chairman of Junior Kintisrh, M a n Manila Mayhnui, 11)00 a r e Robert Helwig, Grace Nes- Lalley, J a n e t Mack, Patricia M e J a m e s McHugh, Elizabeth Spencer, bill and Herbert Walther.
Guides this year and is a member of Election Commission. and
G r a t h , Nancy Monteau, Stisanne
Monica Truskus, freshmen.
Russell, Mary Shelton, Bernice T y The new Student Association Songleader, SALLY MAY
Beth Beehler '.>7, retiring Editor Signum Loud is Inductsler, and Dukene Zervas.
HARTER, wa.s next to be tapped Miss Harter is also As- ol t h e I'edugojtue. has released t h e
Members ol t h e class o| 1959 serving as counsellors a r e : Murlene
sistant Director of Women's Frosh Weekend. She was iMnn 1 those chosen for tile 1957PIMI Board Ediioi -in-Clnel will Twenty-ThreeStudentsAckerman, Carol Altic. Frieda B a c h brought to the stage by Miss Lister and Miss VanVlack.
uian Charlotte Brown, Marcia Cogbi Dukene Zervas '58. Her staff will
EILEEN MARY LALLEY, this year's Junior Class Vice- consist ol Naiic,\ Monteau, Busi- Signum l.aiidis, t h e scholastic lev, Marilyn Hue Goodrich, MarPresident ascended the stage, escorted by Miss Hungerford ness Manager; Sheila Mouahan and honorary society of Stale College garet Howard, Anne King. C o n i n e
and Miss Schneider. Miss Lalley was Homecoming Week- Lawrence Munition, Co - Literary will receive t h e following new m e m - Mario, G r a c e Puluiissunu, J a n e
Editors; and Judy Pearlstone a n d bers, announces J u n e F r u n k l a n d '57, .Showeiuian, a n d Sheila Dabriisin,
end Chairman this year
Counsellors from t h e freshman
Delol'es Russel,
Cu-Ol'gunissalioiis President. T h e final two per cent
of t h e class of 1957 a r e : George Be- class include: C a t h e r i n e Antonucci,
Miss Lawrence and Miss Lister moved down from the Editor All are Juniors.
stage to tap MARILYN GENEVIEVE LEACH, the new Di- Heading t h e Primer staff as Edi- tar, J o h n Puul Downes, Lillian F c r - Linda Barbetta, {Catherine BeJnap.
rura, Paula Segal Lehrcr, Albert Rosemary Bordoiiero. J o a n Call,
rector of Women's Frosh Weekend. Miss Leach served on tor lor 1957-58 will be Arthur f'lot- Outman,
DeMember,
A n n Foley,
Trudy Stemmer, Betty Van Patricia
Student Council for two years and is the incoming Secre- nik '59, announces J u n e Franklalid, Vluck.
D o n n a Harris, Estelle
Kaufman,
Editor, 1950-57. Assisting Plotnik a s
tary of Dramatics and Arts Council.
Theresa Kerwin, J e a n K n a p p , Lorlas stall will be Bruce Atkins, LitIn t h e first four per cent of t h e raine La'.ta, M a r t h a Lesiek, Nancy
As silence fell again, Miss Knight and DeCecco de- erals 1 Editor; Bill Gardner, Business Junior class to be named a r e : Mary McOowuii,
Marit J e n t o t f - Nilsen,
scended from the stage, circled the auditorium and stopped M a n a g e r ; Cecil B uui, Public Rela Aiken, Fred Arcoraci, Arlene Birn- J " a n Novak, C a t h e r i n e Rosso, Elia
as the name of MARY CATHRYN BRADLEY boomed out tions Editor, Juniors; a n d J o h n baum, Robert Bishop, Mary 0 . Bul- abeth Spencer. Alternates will b e :
lock, Frieda Cohen, J o h n Ertle, Claudia Allcock, Nancy Richards,
from the stage. Miss Bradley was Secretary of Student Reiners '57, Art Editor.
Helen Hofinunn, Richard Hinck, Sally Weeks, J u n i o r s ; S h e a Allen,
Association her Sophomore year and Co-Chairman of Jun- Mary She ton '08 h a s been elected Charles
LaFontaine, Carlton M a x - Ann Fleming, F a y McMore, Marlon
Director
of
Press
Bureau
lor
1957ior Guides this year.
vltlu,,e
Caarr m
m l tt aa suverstein,
Sllverstein, aain d Marcella Van Leu
ShHlrnn u/iif h« son,
"""' Valerie
"Schneider,
tnneiaer, C
58. Assistlnu Miss
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" Director;
n o * 1 f S M » , Ronald Rice, Carol Wiggins, v n , freshmen
As the suspense mounted Miss Lawrence and Burns .....
. , „ „n„n, . »„„„;,„•
Ann G
Griffin,
Assistant
Dukene Zervas.
W a r r e n D u n h a m '58, Director of
Juniors
circled the auditorium looking for the last member to be Barbara Hubiak, Secretary, Ji
A/r„„ i,
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Men's Frosh C a m p , h a s a n n o u n c e d
Classes Elect Alexander, Norton,
Krivo As '58, '59, '60 Leaders
Area Theatre
SetsAuditions
Auditions a n d interviews for t h e
S t a t e College Arena S u m m e r T h e a tre will be held o n May 9 a n d 10,
a t 7:30 p.m., in Richardson 291. All
S t a t e Co.lege s t u d e n t s a n d their
friends who a r e Interested in working with t h e Arena T h e a t r e this
s u m m e r a r e invited to a t t e n d t h e
auditions.
Ped' Elects
Zervas Editor
T h e Arena S u m m e r T h e a t r e plans
a season of lull-length productions
this year.
Credit Given Tor Summer
T h e a t r e Courses
Up to five semester hours of 200level credit may be obtained through
t h e s u n n i e r courses in Arena production.
Complete details ol t h e
Arena's operation may be found in
the new S u m m e r Catalogue a n d on
a n n o u n c e m e n t s |>osted on t h e Registrar's bulletin board, t h e English
D e p a r t m e n t ' s board on the second
floor ol New Richardson, and on
the D&A bulletin board in Richardson, lirsl floor
FOR ONLY $695.97
complete you can
attend the 6th
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS. SATURDAY. MAY 4. 1957
PAGE 2
- - - Student Association - - -
President
Quota:
+ 1 = 46851
2
Hinck
Tate
Blanks
Loss
Total
1
45700
44400
2
63700
3600
3600
26400
93700
93700
Vice-Pres.
937 X 100
Quota:
I- 1 = 46851
1
19000
65300
9400
Allcock
McClain
Blanks
Total
93700
Secretary
937 X 100
1 = 46851
Quota:
a
4
Allen .... 7600
.
32300 34700 40100 59500
Cali
Knapp . 29700 31400 35300
Levin .... 16100 16600
Blanks . 8000 8000 8000 8000
3000 10300 26200
Loss
932000 932000 932000 932000 932000 932000 932000 932000 932000 932000 932000 932000 932000 932000 932000 932000
SA Student Council
Quota:
Quota:
i 1 = 85181
11
New members announced today
a r e : J . Allan Pryor a n d P a l m a Vivona, Sophomores; Elizabeth Coogan,
Elizabeth Cook, A n n Foley, Nellie
Hemingway, J e a n K n a p p , and Philip
Pi G a m m a Mu. National Honorary Shepherd, freshmen.
Social Studies fraternity will initiate seventeen new members May 15,
Barbara Himgerford '57, retiring
announces
Charles
Willsey '57, President of Dramatics and Arts
President. T h e new Initiates a r e : Council, a n n o u n c e s t h e following
Dennis Dempster, Doris Dunn, H c r - officers for t h e 1957-58 season:
ber! Felske, Charles LaFontuine a n d President, Freida Cohen '58; Vice{Catherine Monsees, Seniors; Marie President, F r a n k Favat '59; SecreDettmer. Khirle\ Eldred, Ira Gold- tary, Marilyn Leach, a n d T r e a s u r e r ,
stein. Richard Hinck, Robert Kope- Bruce Norton, Juniors. Other o i l i cek, Willis I.arkin, R u t h Larson, ( ITS include T r y - o u t C h a i r m a n , AnMargaret.
McNeil,
Frank
Merll, astasia Perdaris '58; Publicity DirecJ e a n n e Merritt. Carol WliSBins, a n d tor, Robert Fox, a n d Historian. C e Lenoic Mosner, Juniors.
cil Blum, Sophomores.
1959
1 = 103557
i 1 = 14551
5a
6
103000 103000 120000
38000 38000
60000 60000 62000
84000 84000 84000
56000
72000
97000
56000 57000
72000 74000
97000 103000
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6b
7
8
9
103557 103557 103557 103557 103557
62548
84137
62548
84382
66548
84382
68548
89382
9a
9b
9c 10
103557 103557 103557 103557
72340
92614
71548
91382
59740 60580 62580 67615
74548 75073 77073 88108 91417
108617 103557 103557 103557 103557
72588
92924
72588
92924 104405
93529 93994 93994 118545
103557 103557 103557 103557
52000
57000
39000
3000
21000
52000
57000
39000
3443
21000
76055 76790 87962 96962 108577
103557 103557 103557 103557 103557
80192 81312 88382 94519 119038
52000
57000
39003
7443
21000
52137
58507
39548
7857
21000
52417
59032
39723
8472
21000
56554
64169
76239
93032
12679
21000
18956
21000
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Student Board Of Finance
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48100
10200
31068
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28900
17900
31068
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2
38250
31068
10200
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S t u d e n t Board of Finance—1958
11400 12768
m o o 12252
24400 25624
5600 5600
S
29100
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ESIABLI6HEO
MAY
1916
In 1924. State College did nol at Albany, the second oldesl t e a c h Forty years ago, in 1917. eleven
BY T H E C I A S S OF 1 9 1 8
Seniors, chosen for scholarship and have one dormitory lor housing ers' college in t h e new win Id
In 19511, t h e 41st Myskania was r'irst "bice C8PA
leadership, wrote a constitution and Myskania stalled a Dorm Drive to
Second Place hllV
lapped This "13" was again coninitiated
student government a t campaign lor Residence Halls.
VOL X U I
May 4, 1957
No iJ
NYSCT
Calling themselves MysWith t h e beginning ol World cerned with our heritage An Alumul i hi- Nl'lWH t i l l II tniiv In- ri-urlU'il. Mini
m a Wuilnnorluj Hum T In
kania. they chose ten Juniors itt t h e War II, Myskania directed its ef- ni Column was initiated in the news, 11 PMeiiilims
in o n d Tuiiisriuy from :i i<II |) III u l 3-882(1 l?xt
I'llulms
D I ' I I I I I I T BU 0 1 1 1 .
first MUD to perpetuate Myskania forts toward aiding t h e Allies in its and alumni will be invited to speak a s u r u k 3-087(1; Hltclmock 2-7B30 Kttin|ili a-uinu
Five were chosen by faculty and t h e fight for victory. A Red Cross Drive, on tradition a t F r e s h m a n O r i e n t a T h e iiiKii-iy,uUimto ritiWKpaper u l Dm Nt-u Y.iik d i a t u O o l k g o fur TtMOhori
remainder by Myskania. Not until a Servicemen's S t u d e n t Directory, a tion Meeting.-,. Voting was taken published m o r s l''tlilav ul the (,'ulleni' your liy II NKWH Board lor t i n BtudoiH
Association
1947 did S t u d e n t Association vote Victory Drive, a n d a n Ambulance out of Convocations a n d regulations M All IK III I T i l l H
I •> Killim in « « i i u
were
removed
trom
campaigning.
on candidates lor Myskania.
JOSEPH HZAItliK
Drive were some oi t h e varied a c <:<> Killlm II> l l i i . l
T h e procedure tor Who's Who elec- MAIWIA I.UVItl \ < I
Knxcutlve Kililvi
tivities
in
this
direction.
During t h e next live years, Mystion was changed. In April, Mys- ANN i n i i i l i i i r i i
llunlncitn AilvurtlnliiK l i l l t i n
JOVtlK MKYKKMANN
In
1944,
Preferential
voting
was
kania was very busy. Rivalry, t h e
Circulation M l l « i
k a n i a presented a motion t o S t u - MAIUKlVK AOKKItMAN
AmocUte Kdllw
State College News Board, D r a m - devised to eliminate re-elections. d e n t Association t o establish a MAIIV r i T Z P A T U I C K
AsMminln K.llli.i
T
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e
C
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m
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s
was
also
rejuvenated
atics a n d Art, Debate Council,
c o m m i t t e e t o write a new consti- NANCY B10II/VHP8
A«auoi»te kllltin
HUNK VETOSKV
AhnueiiilK KtlttOT
C a m p u s Commission, Activities Day, to make it more attractive, along tution for our growing student body. AKTUUK PLOTKIK
* f u t u r e Kdlti*'
T h e history ot Myskania Is tooKOIil III KAMPK
a system of class officers, a n d col- with t h e Publications Office T h e
S p o r t s Killtw
KKITll
YAN1IOH
S
t
u
d
e
n
t
Union
was
still
a
dream
oi
lengthy a n d involved to present In MABV ANN SI l l l . o l IIIAI'HIiK
C o n s i l i u m l-ubll. It. .latloim M I L .
lege assemblies were all initiated.
the
future.
('..iiiiulUiit
BuHluima
A
d
v
e
r t i s i n g Editor
o n e article. T h e r e is, however, t h e J O S I I ' l l SWIKHZOWHIU
As tradition is a p a r t of every col•
Ooiniulluiil S p o r t s l-.Hi...
In t h e next thirteen years, M y s - proud heritage ot people for over W I I X A W I l i l l . l . K I T K
T
lege, Myskania recognized t h e need
S t a l l I'liotorraripti
to p e r p e t u a t e them a t NYBCT. In k a n i a ' s efforts were directed toward forty years who have tried to p u t
first
N
Y
S
C
T
at
Albany
To
all
fuS
t
a
t
e
College.
Initiating
new
busi1922 S t a t e College Rings were i n n
1
itiated.
F r e s h m a n regulations, a n ness in t h e direction oi S t u d e n t ture Myskanias, we leave our heri- niinis.siully
e r refleot lt» V ! M «
a n n u a l C a m p u s Day, a Senior M U D G o v e r n m e n t , directing rivalry, or tage. May Myskania always signily
song and B a n n e r Rivalry were all gani/.ing t h e freshman class, a n d t h i r t e e n Seniors who have first, a
p e r p e t u a t i n g t h e tradition of Fi\ BOT sincere interest m our college.
begun shortly alter.
<>^SSSi^U7T\^SSS^
Burke
Kennell
Rosso
Blanks
LossTotal
29100
ii
• «
- _
r^& •
i
Longo
>47iwi Marro
f'irhonp
1J
1
"""vo
Blanks
2200
,„ ,
8400
»o«»-17900
.
4700
j T U C i e n T
29100
5
1
10900
*
'
Penlield
, ° ' " 9 Walther
' 1" W" K" )B l a n k s
Loss
600
Antonucci
N ovilk
'
Thompson..
Blanks
Loss
Total
1
Songleader
2
" " 5 ^
??^
11U0
" ™ i " ~ S*Pe
™ Waggoner
s
,.™. n n , „ 7 n f t 9 7 7 n n B l n n kJ.UUU
~"uu i n w zuuo
-i
Total
,*
:i
^—- • • • « • • »
6400
6600
7000
7700
2
2770
Quota:
29100
i %
[-
°
1
0 0
* I6I ™
•
• « f •
m m * »i- m
1
6300
_
Q
22700
27700
^
^
—
^
^
^
12WJ
Blanks
7300 13800
9300 19000
12100
2000
2000
2000
4600
8700
27700
22700 22700 22700
Secretary
Total.
m • m in
2400
_ , ,
~
Total
~
°
2270
—
I r O d S l i r e r
27700
i
s a - z = 'S
Tntnl
Iotal
= 5540 • 1 = 5541
^
29700
l w
Publicity Director
3
4
5
6
3165 3265
Eliminated
1475 Eliminated
5541 5541 5541 5541 5541 Kuskowski
3555
4125 4895
7005 Peterson
; u o o 3555
48 < J5
4000
4595
4595
4695
5940
5541 5541 Blanks
2600
2775
2775
3410 3985
3985 Ellin
8600
5541 5541 5541 5541 5541 5541
Total
600
BOO
out) 600
ouu 600
BUD 600
oou 600
OUU 600
UUU
UUU
20100 Lemoine
Willis
Voungs
Blanks
4
W a t t h e w s 5600 6700 8100
18800 Blanks .
900 900 900
900
^OOLOSS
1400 3500
6600
1
2
2500
3165
1300 1475
5000
5700
KinK
Eliminated bv preference.
°
B
3
102O um
Shelton 4m
l
1 9 5 9 Student Council
5821
2
SST S 25
»
7900 9800
9200 11400 15700 Argetsinger
5300 14600 Allcock
300 300 Honk
719 Harris
T()Ull
~ ~
29100
'
—
™> VicePresident
oore
45400
10
300
• " " " Mvivona
6300
4400
° 4 5700
BLeaning
uchanan
.
Blanks 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 Blanks
J1UU
^
Loss
1200 2500 4700 10200 Loss
—
.,
L O U n C l l
Total 27700 27700 27700 27700 27700
Total
.
"elwig
treasurer
™"
Secretary
27700
Publicity7 DirectorJ «
i
,
•
»
«
•
Publicity
Director
^ g o " 6 4 ^ 7000 7900 9800 ___
l__ 2
3
vm
- = « ™ • = -»
Total
—
TrAA<;iir*»r
™-
esoo
13100 15900 %1'tl
7600 10800 f;"'1Ks
72O0
1200 1200 T - .ft
29100 29100
1100 l o u u
m.
i
_^
3
™
, o 10L
Mcaurk
^--,-.!.-.-..
27560 32736
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
'° '?i M i r r . - •*-«""""" °<
29100
Altschalfel
Brown
Harris
Martone
Loss
14152 18100
13988 Eltm.
93200 93200 93200
5600 56(H)
1
la
2
3
310 1166 6030
42500 31068 31068 31068
Total
11800 14010 16812
93700 93700 93700 9370(1
93700
8900 11422
Quota:
18740
1 18741
18400 22326 26472 34672
11600 11600 11600 11600
S t u d e n t Board of Finance—1959
2774
7248 15860
1 2
3
4
K
10
'
3100 3100 Eliminated
Total 93200 93200 93200 93200 Bonk
Cass
13000 13000 13200 13200 13700 14700 16000 16000 20800 18741
Divens
7700 7700 8500 8700 9100 10000 11000 11000 13800 1380(1
Fox
8200 8200 8900 9100 9000 10800 11700 11700 Eliminated
Goodrich ... 5400 5400 5600 5800 0000 Eliminated
King
Eliminated by prefer; •nee
Olivo
19000 18741 18741 18741 18741 18741 18741 18741 18741 18711
Konconi
14800 14800 15700 16200 169011 18200 19500 18741 18741 18711
T h e F o r u m B o a r d of Politics hat; Shaffer
3200 3200 3300 4000 Eliminated
elected new officers a n d Board
Showerman
3100 3100 3100 Elimi nated
m e m b e r s a n n o u n c e s Malcolm RogWallace
.. 5100 5100 5100 5900 72(H) 7800 Eliminated
ers '57, retiring President. T h e new Blanks
11100 11100 11100 11100 11100 11100 H U H ) 11100 11100 lllllli
officers a r e : President, Lee IVNike
Loss
259 459
959
1359 2359 5059 6418 10518 1257'i
'59; Vice-President, G r u n n a Cohen
'59; Secretary, Columbine B e n i n ;
Total . 93700 93700 93700 93700 93700 93700 937(10 9370(1 93700 937110
T r e a s u r e r J o h n Trombly, freshmen.
93700
E ected lo t h e Board for next year
Quota:
• 1 18740 1 18741
a r e : Francis Greenberg, Mary Mont5
ville, Michael Sabiili ami J o h n
S t u d e n t Board of Finance—I960
Trombly, freshmen. New Associates
1
3
1 5
oi t h e Forum of Politics a r e : WilBennett
6800 7900 Eliminated
liam Cole a n d J a n e G r a h a m , freshCanni'Mo
16500 17300 18700 19211 18741 18741 18711
men.
Davis
15400 10900 20300 18741 18741 18741 18711
T h e new olticers ol Debate Coun- Fleming
11400 12100 13300 13657 13657 17878 2494K
cil a r e as lollow.s: President, J o h n
Hoover
13500 13700 14100 14268 14208 15782 Ellin
Vager; Vice-President, C o n i n e MarP'alis
10200 10800 11200 11277 11277 Eliminated
in;
Secretary. (Catherine
Harris,
Williams
i)f,00 Eliminated
Sophomores,
Treasurer,
Frank
Blanks
14400 14400 14400 14400 11400 1-1400 14400
Krivo, and Publicity Director, Rose
Loss
(10(1 1700 J146 2010 HI 58 16870
Carbone, freshmen. Outgoing President is Richard Clilford '57.
Total
93700 !»:i70() 0370(1 93700 93700 93700 1)3700
Judicial Honorary Celebrates Fortieth Anniversary;
Records History As GuardianOf College Traditions
T0I.I . 29100
5600 5912 Eliminated
35600 31234 31234 31234
Shelton
Swisk';y
Tate
Blanks
Loss
g»
2
18900
15500
™ !!£•-==
1
Cheerleader
inami Alexander
0900 m m k s
° Y»ust
T,™ VicePresident
vicerresiaenT
a, h
Darzano
Rice
330
,„ ™>
TOU,
101656 104322 103557 103557
29387 30152
21000 2100O
Blailks
2800
i
i
OAAM n i „ „
24400 D.vens
29100
1 2
3
4
Allen
3600
4100
H o o k e r . 11600 12900 14400 16000
Levin . 5900
6400
7500
9300
Blanks
1200 4500
1200 5200
1200 1200
McHuirh. 4300
Loss
800
2000
Taylor.
2500
28056
21000
4- 1 = 11351
President
i
15200 M „ r . „ „
Norton
K*
VicePresident
Treasurer
10flO0
1700 W e r s h o n
ltm
'"
Quota:
2
President
»
3500 Uortlonaro
7500 C o o k
108557 103557 103557 103557
103557 103557 103557 103557
103557 103557 103557 103557
93700
1
Songleader
D'Andrea
Huntress
227 X 100
i 1 = 13851
2
1
Total
69000 69000 74000
104000 103557 103557
7700O 77000 78000
Quota:
2
President
5
1958
277 X 100
Quota:
McGough Leads
Music Council Council Elects
Yager Head
14200
5000
47600
8200
Music Council h a s elected B a r 13200
5500 b a r a McGough '58, President, for t h e
coming year. O t h e r officers include
93700 Vice-President, F r a n k F a v a t '59;
Secretary, M a r i e H a r r i g a n '58, a n d
Treasurer, Marlene Ferner '59.
Pi Gamma Mu
ListsMembers
t
Quota
932 X 100
Songleader
Total
932 x 1000
A A Board
Graves
Vormevik
Fotheringham
*
Fowler
188000 S t e f a n o
Blanks
Krivo
*
Loss
Lemoine
*
Lieberman
213000
Total
204000
Total . 93700 93700 93700 93700 Penfielcl
Willis
167000
Blanks
165000 K a m p f
Loss
Nole
Kunego
Total
937000 Weeks
937 X 100
Blanks..
"Eliminated by Preference.
Quota:
i- 1 = 46851
Loss
Cook
Despres
Harter
Marro
Sanderson
Blanks
I960
291 X 100
Total
937 X 1000
3
Myskania Recommended -
Alexander
Bosomworth
Carr
Cohen
Darzano
Dettmer
Gearing
Harter
Hinck
Kopecck
Kozlowski
Lailey
Lieberman
Monteau
Petty
Seymour
Szarek
Watthews
Loss
Blanks
Bradley
Leach
Stefano
Tate
2
1
- - - Class Tabulations - - -
Yes
No
773
94
737
106
784
85
730
136
1
2
3
4
101000 102000 102000 103000
34000 34000 35000 37000
54000 54000
54000 54000
80000 80000
82000 83000
12000 12000
54000 55009
55000 55000
67000 68000 71000 71000
81000 82000 85000 94000
Elected Automatically
67000 67000 67000 67000
94000 94000 940OO 100000
72000 74000 750OO 75000
10000
28000 29000 29000 29000
19000 20000
20000
50000 50000 50000 51000
52000 52000
50000 50000
38000 38000 38000 38000
2000
2000
2000
21000 21000 21000 21000
937 X 100
PAGE 3
STATE COLLEGE NEWS. SATURDAY. MAY 4, 1957
»
13000
6500
2200
— —
22700
Ecclesiastics Harpurf Esner -»
™ ^ - ^ ^ _^ student Council
_,^ .
_, . 1
Total
27700 27700 27700 27700 27700 27700 2770."
Elect Officers Direct Guides c . D , c . c .
. , ,
»,„•„„,,,„«™
cu*
«»»
»
>
..,,.
.„c
Sigma
Phi
Sigma,
Sigma
Lambda
, ,
r
227 X 100
Quota:
are a s follows: Robert W h a l e n '58,
President; Vice-President, Sharon
Moon •59; Secretary, .lean K n a p p
•60 Treasurer, Gordon Seckner '58:
ano Representative t o t h e Council
',
1 i) liiii.ii.. P l u l u
riimifl
Diil/in
ir
iQ
JunmrH, who have served as C h a i r .
.
.
.
.
" " ' l l " Junior Guides lor this past C / r , m n
T fl KP Send
CI T^h IH T mnh
IP<^
1
hilV1
M' "':
' e l e c t e d t h e new C o - J / C / / M U
/ U l\C J L I I U I U / $111 [J I / U f J f / / C i
^ ' ; l ' ! ' ' ' ( ; ! ' ,. .".!"' !,'' ^ ^ f n i l n d i n u
Ellen C. Stokes, Dean ol Women, lowed by Kappa Delta, 2.053; P h i
• »( 'y " -"'M
'••> 01 Muci 111,
Hartley, Dean of Men, Delia, 2.567; Beta Zi-ta. 2.549; and
Bosomworth
Fotheringham
h
M,l|lt.e.ul
Seymour
Blanks
U IP
,
I H\M 1 11 U WOilitMl
\V Hi
Jl' L/Ol ( ) -
•
•<
n '
s o una ^
U n m u r , Willi.- H . c h a n l Esner
' . . • i c e O C o n n o , .,7 is o u t t u r n
•
"'""
''
, , „ , , , r „ „ . , . , „ „ . m a n u e n . Both a r e from t h e 8 o p h o I In new ollicei.s ol Canlei bin,
^
Unperclassinen a r e se
<-'lub lor next year are as lollow.s.
.'..''the r , f •hVim.en in serve
C
au.iounces David Randalls '57, out'
" ^ " » » ^.M M ,
!!)
'>« « u l l ) l Edwin d BiodelKU,
Vie.-President, Joan Huel. J u n i o r s ; •
hecretary-Treasi.rer, William T u r n - ,
r"!
f
: X t ^ ^ \ , m ^
( , , « „ , I ol R.l.gious Clubs, Bitt.\
arJ^A"KnJ'pi-SuSNew
ollicers ol Ilillel
1 1 = 4541
,=
,
,
'
'
'
, ,
n
..
1 n/in
" ^ e made known t h e winners ol G a m m a Kappa Ph.. 2.541.
Loss
1009
, , „ , I n t e l , S o l , j r U v and I n t e r - F r a t Averages are base.l on t h e aver— — - -" " m y Scholarship Cups.
au_e ol a. members lor the year
r..lul
22700 22700
Tllls
vear's winner ol t h e I n t e r - 1955-56. They do not Include the
Hororitv .Scholarship Cup is Sigma Class ol 1959. since they were liH'111- . . . . . r - I
,,,„ sit,mn
few tnolUhs \ A / A A
F L ^ T t Q
B l ) 1 , i r l l y w l U l l i n average hers lor only t h e last
(.'hi Sigma T h e In Sorority with an
. | S i l l m , , r r.neie- average of 2.760. Psi G a m m a placed
.
I
third with an average of 2.604, Ml,
,
,
K n i l M
TO S p r V P A s
k
M ,,. v l ,,„
,
,
7500 4541
4100 6050
.1!)00
,» 900
4800
4800
1400
1400
-^IM;;'Siak,.I;;.I'esimienv;•,: Pres/c/enf 0 / ACS
lor 1057- major function thai t h e big b r o t h e r s ™UDeK
10 M
MA S
Sigma Lambda Sigma is the re- . .
. •
, ipien: of I h e Inter - Fraternity \ / f \ v I T I O \ l I K
Scholarship Cup this year will, an
V O r i T l t ? V l f t
over-all average o. 2.45. Averages .,.
.„_ ,.,„„,,„
N
Sl,1|u,,ll(,,.
','"' 'AU,Z " r ' ' ' ' " " , " ' , . " I ' B : . ^ ' ! " M r"-«-«UU-nl ol the Women's Athletic
c,uk
laplA11E1l1c,ill2n:M
Beta, !i,:
2.43:A^Edward
^ Putter
" ""
'
" — •"t'',i"('11 rw 9i"-5H
Af,Mll,l„„m
Cou.u-.l. has announced
liiaH a r e : President, Minna Podber
('
cs ending
Secret 1 rv
Arlene t h e Junior Guide Reception which riCSIUCIII
W /M.V-.J.
At a recent meeting J a n e t Vormevik
Diamond Sonhomores'' and Tresis- l s l R ' k l l l u ; l " ' ^ " " ' "l»''>i'm week of T ) u . A | | , . | 1 1 V S l . , u , c h a p t e r ol t h e T r O S h L a i T i p . . .
and Patricia Gearing. Juniors were
urei
Barbara
Sehwiirlvberg
'60 ' " h e g e in t h e fall. It is hoped t h a t A ,.,(,„„ C ; l K , , n i n i i
Su.ietv
has ,, .
,,
„
, ,, .
.
''I'''"''l President and Vlee-PreMC
he. o e .re s i d ' I s o P b a - "'«».V upperclassmen will p a r t i c i p a t e „ | ( , ( , | ( , d m , , v „ „ „ , , , ,
a n n o u n c e s £"'""'"'
• ,"""
"' ' «'"",' "
"'"'' "
^
^ S,,I1 V W l '," k ' s 5 yl h
S
V
1; .
n o . u e s , J a n Wei,,- >» <•"• - n . i n g Junior Guide p r o - „„„„,., „ , , „ , . , „ , , , „ , „ , . I , 1 , , M ( 1 , n l b a o , J " ' ^ . ^ ^ "«»'>- ^
new Treasurer, and D ;0 n,u,
0,'rg 58. outgoing Preside,,,
«»»»
They a r e as lollow.s Preside,,., Ed- ' » » ™ . ; * " " ^ l l ™ M '
Harris 00 will s e e as S e . r e t a i y .
W ub, k
^ " ' " ' " " » "•'•* " » " ' • "'•« " " ' .
~ l I
«"»! "
'
' ^ : V.«-PieMdenl,
Due to a change in the org,uii/s,H C i n O C C
I l l l h c
I'i'l'-'clii Carapellucci 58; Secretary,
...
, • „ , „ , , . piunmier and Jo- U " " a l s l ' l " U | ) " ' C " U " " " U S > C '
, l
l
I
USineSS
\~IUUS
Sharon
Henm:,;
a n d Treasurer, ?,'
'' '"" °
" ' " " " " ^
Os, ,,1 Naimian '59; Secretary, Glenn
^ / / .
• , »'»™ ° w , ' n ' «"Pi)'>morcs. T h e F a c - ' ^ ,
avid' 1 eld- " U t C o u u d l " ^ " ^ ^ «» previous
U i i ,'rd and
l,,,s
Tivasurer, Irving Peterson. C ^ U ^ i C l U i m r C
" '* Advisor is Dr. Richard Spald- < ' " "
',
years WAA Council was elected by
,»„,Mr and Missions S c r e l a r , , ..,.- S e l e C t
U f f l C e r S
nig. Assistant Professor ol C h e m - ' " ' ^ y X
, 59 will asls, Rich- ?» ^TcHJTi
mL«f 0
|M,
nil, Schneider, all J u n i o r s , Pub, ,,
,,
>
, r d Roncoiii '59 Director ol t h e t h l h y t l " C u u l u " lN l " L "l'osed ol
l i
Uc.M Direclor, David Marsh '00
» " Preside,,,.,.!,,• of t h e Dis- .,.,,,. H«.«-i«-l> sponsors High School *
^ ""
; ;°\[ ,
, *
'. t h e officers and a representative
Iribuuve Kducation c l u b lor lli.u- -11 S l .„.,„.,. {).lSH a l u ( ; l l s ( ) , V inposi,iins l ' " " | l &f.'"' . " ,
'
'
, from each sorority and group house
v r
~
.
1 r \ I
is Kerd Leullen '57, inlor.ns Lewis ,
,,„.,, \wmX)vn
,,,,,, t ( ' ( 'hi.lcal |
'"' ' " At delles, will be assisted
l n
C O m m U t e r S
C. U b
C a n '57, outgoing President Herv- ,.],emistry papers
lt'<''iard t ausey a(i, J o h n GrinsMl
u M,h
^
" '
,
,ng in the executive positions U.Hie.. ' " " ' " > » >
bee '59 and P r a n k Ca,..,l/./o til) CMg ElOCtS 6 FrOSn
A l i l - a , . ,
F l o r + Oirl
D'Ultell
will
be Vice-President, C ***.'.**+
r , « , , «
• ' " l l " Y ; ' M ' ' ' :> "' U m v l 1 " ' u l P n "
8
Utticers ciecTea
iSimiut,, Kkl;u. ,s,.(1,,la],Vi MlirBliri.,
Commuters' Club h a s elected its
, „ . , oilicers lo'r t h e coining year,
ivports Barbara Roller '58. retiring
l - , s d e n . Barbara MacDonald '58
will assume t h e dul.es ol t h e Prcsid e . w i l e Don.. Jos '50 will serve
..., Vi. e P
esideillw l iAM.lies
Her
: u , incoimngSenior
a k ; over
Rochlord. Treasurer, Brent P a t t e n ;
Publ.clt: Due, tor, Donald B i n d r u n ,
a n d Hlslorlan, Donald Mayer. J u n mrs T h e DK Club sponsors a d v . lu-s in business s a l e s m a n s h i p a n d
inanagement.
" Coilillierce
^
^
^Club^ also
M h a^s elected
:
. .
,
,,
M a r s h a l l
, , . , „ , ,
T h e newly elected G r a n d Marshal
ol C a m p u s Commission is B a r b a r a
MacDonald SB. a n n o u n c e s Hondra
Brill
^
^'57, retiring
^
^ Marshal.
^
^ Serving
^
Charles Fowler. Robert Helwlg and IO IV J / "JO DUcHU
^''»lJ''
J?"™',,/^J1"'"'"-.,,, " ^
Acting C h a i r m a n and V.ce-Chair,,\
£
i « , . , , M , . U ' » » » " ' Student Union Board for
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S ' H Richard
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includes Peter Harhugelol.i. Edward
De.nske,
Donald Mayer
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and Renate Schocnleklcr
STATE COLLEGE NEWS. SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1957
PAGE 4
Honoraries
Elect Officers,
Members
Two honoraries, Pi Omega Pi, the
National Honorary Commerce Fraternity, and Kappa Mu, the honorary Mathematics fraternity, have
elected new officers. The incoming
officers for Pi Omega Pi are President, Warren Dunham; Vice-President, James Lorrichio; Secretary,
Ann Hitchcock; Treasurer, Fred Arcoraci; Historian, Bernice Tyler, and
Editor, Marie Harrigan. All are
Juniors.
Next year's officers of Kappa Mu
include President, Clinton Carpenter '57; Vice-President, Dolores
Peck; Secretary, Mary Bullock, and
Treasurer, Patricia
Carapollucci,
Juniors.
Twenty new members have been
initiated into Mu Lambda Alpha,
the Modern Language Honorary
Fraternity. The new initiates include: John Krail, Professor of
Education and Supervisor of Modern Languages at Milne, Marilyn
Chenfeld Cohen, Carol Greenhill,
Carol Ann Keyser, Judith Larson,
Rosemarie Sollecito and Elizabeth
Steife:d, Seniors.
New members from the class of
1958 are; Judith Ambrosino, Mary
Crawford, John W. Cronin, Claire
Hampel, Helen Hofmann, Suzanne
Lieberman, Charlotte Norton, Mary
Piccia.no, Donald Rice, Janet Senez,
Selmo Jean Wagenhein, Renate
Wilfert and Dukene Zervas.
Paul Dammer has been elected
President of Mu Lambda Alpha for
the coming year. Serving with
Dammer will be Janet Senez as
Vice-President, Mary Crawford as
Secretary and Mary Picciano as
Treasurer. All are juniors.
State College News
Next Year With The Greeks FeldmanDirectsOriginalSkit;
Plot Satirizes College Camp
Seven sororities a n d t h r e e fraternities have released a listing of their
officers for t h e coming year. T h e
list does not include t h e results of
t h e Alpha Pi Alpha fraternity elections. Their officers will be elected
next week.
Beta Z c t a : President, Sally H a r t er; Vice-President, Arlene Slusarz;
Treasurer,
Maryann
Kuskowski;
Secretary, Marcia Cogley; Assistant
Secretary-Treasurer, Brenda B u c h a n a n ; Alumni Secretary, Marge
Wemple; Marshals, Phyllis Mallory,
Barbara Kennell; Chaplain, Connie
Olivo; Historian, Cathy Rosso; Serg e a n t s - a t - a r m s , J o a n Novak, Sally
Espey; Song Leader, J a n G a r a t t ;
Pledge Captain, Grace Palmissano.
Chi Sigma T h e t a : President, P a tricia Corcoran; Vice President, Eileen Lalley; Treasurer,
Marlene
Ackerman; Secretary, P a l m a Longo; Alumni Secretary, Nancy Lou
Ryan; Historian, M a r t h a Lesick;
Song Leader, Carol W a l d r o n ; F a c totum, Catherine Antonucci; R e p resentative to ISC, S u e Goodrich.
Psi G a m m a : President, Patricia
Kennedy;
Vice-President,
Frieda
B a c h m a n n ; Treasurer, B a r b a r a T h i ele; Secretary, Dolores Russell, Corresponding Secretary, J u d y B u n t ;
Marshals, M a r i a n n e Moran, J a n e t
Reigle; Chaplain, Helen Hofmann;
Critic and P a r l i a m e n t a r i a n , J a n e
Cass; Social C h a i r m a n , Gale Kleim a n ; House President, J e a n Stress;
Stewardess, K a y e H a r r i s ; Representative to ISC, B a r b a r a Nardecchia.
K a p p a Delta: President, C h a r l o t t e
Norton; Vice President, Sue Russell;
Treasurer, Leah G r e e n m a n ; R e cording Secretary, Peg Neil; Alumni
Secretary, Lorraine L a t t a ;
Marshals, Shirley Stewart, Nancy M c Gowan; Chaplain, Sheila Sullivan;
Historians, Marit
Jentoft-Nilson;
Sheila
Doyle;
Sergeant-at-arms,
J u n e Sprague; Rush Captain, Anne
King;
Corresponding
Secretary,
Gale Argetsinger; P a r l i a m e n t a r i a n ,
Lorraine Kozlowski; Song Leader,
Dorothy Harper.
G a m m a Kappa P h i : President,
J u d y S w a n ; Vice President, Beverly
Petcoff; Treasurer, Ann Sheldon;
Recording Secretary, Sally Eggleston; Corresponding Secretary, Barbara Vaas; Rush Captains, Ginny
Buddenhagen, Mary Clark; Alumni
Secretary, Ami Carl;
Marshals,
J o a n DeLeo, Patricia Fitzgerald;
Clerk, Florence Albani; Historian,
Joyce Pennucci; Editors, Elizabeth
Aceto, Nancy Rishel; Song Leader,
Gail Hogan; Sports Director, Joan
Anderson; P a r l i a m e n t a r i a n , Valerie
B u r n s ; P a r l i a m e n t a r y Committee,
Audrey Hall, G r a c e Nesbitt, and
Deborah Harris, Photographer, Eliza b e t h Aceto.
Phi Delta:
President,
Patricia
G e a r i n g ; Vice President, Ann Griffin; Treasurer, Sally Weeks; Corresponding Secretary, Barbara Jolly; Marshal, Ann Hitchcock; Representative to I S C ; Sheila Dabrusin;
Co-Rush Captains, Gall Roberts;
Recording
Secretary,
Maureen
Kennedy;
Historian,
Linda
Nic a n d r i ; Alumni Secretary, S h i r ley Clarke; Song Leader, Bunny
Silverstein; Athletic Director, Donna K a r r i s ; Publicity Director, Ginger Clum,
Siiima
Phi
Sigma:
President,
Frieda Cohen; Vice President, S h e r ril Silver; Treasurer, Leila Levlne;
Recording Secretary, Ellen Lieberm a n Ritualist, B a r b a r a Schwartzb a ' j ; Corresponding Secretary, Paula H y m a n ; Alumni Secretary, Lenore Mosner; Rush Captain, Susan
. oldfarb; ISC Representative, J a n .ce M a n n i n g ; Social Chairman, Cecil Blum; House President, Barbara
S hwartzberg;
Parliamentarian,
B a r b a r a K a u f m a n ; Assistant Treasurer, Donna Weshner; Historian,
G r u n n a Cohen; Activities Director,
Laurie R o t h s t e i n : Song Leader, Arlene Diamond.
Sigma Lambda Sigma: President,
Ronald Pryor; Vice President, J o h n
Ormsbee; Corresponding Secretary,
J o h n H a g a d o r n ; Recording Secretary, William Cole; Treasurer, Jerry Banflcld; Pledge Master, Paul
Erlckson; Assistant Pledge Master,
Rodney H a r t ; Senior IFC Represent-
Page Hall audience this evening
at eight will witness Typically Dippikill, an original musical comedy
written and directed by (whom else?)
Richard Feldman. A cast of t h i r t y three has been working h a r d all
week to portray the results of this
action in an exaggerated picture of
the W a r r e n s b u r g camp.
Show Tunes Used
Many of the musical n u m b e r s are
taken from c u r r e n t Broadway sellouts with original words by Mr.
Feldman, S t a t e College's lyricist.
"It's a Typical Day" is t h e opening n u m b e r introducing t h e citizens
of Dippikill who are garbed In L'il
Abner attire. A proclamation is issued and read by Brawny Bill telling the people of Dippikill t h a t a
group known as Myskania of S t a t e
ative, Burton Rounds; J u n i o r IFC
Representative, J o h n Cocca; House
Manager,
John
Burton;
Junior
House Steward, Paul Erlckson; A t h letic Director, Paul Sloand; Senior
P a r l i a m e n t a r i a n , Robert Kopecek;
P a r l i a m e n t a r i a n 19G0, Fred Collins;
Alumni Coordinator, Lawrence B a ker; Historian, Arnold R o t h s t e i n ;
Song Leader, Richard Bartholomew;
Co-Editors of the Sigma Lambdian,
Robert Fox and Arthur Plotniik.
Edward Eldred Potter Club: P r e s ident, Ronald Graves; Vice-President, Wendell Fowler; Treasurer,
T h o m a s G a r n u ; Clerk, Robert Williams; Alumni Secretary, Robert
G e b h a r d t ; IFC Representative, Wesley B r o w n ;
Historian,
Spencer
Herbst; Editor of Potter Post; Art h u r Palazzolo; Song Leader, R o b ert Bosomworth.
K a p p a B e t a : President, J a m e s
Lorrichio; Vice-President, Lee DeNike; Secretary, Henry Hughes;
Treasurer, J o h n Trombly; Senior
IFC Representative, William H e r s h field; Member at Large, Charles
Huntress; Historian, Edward G a l lager.
College is going to come to Dippikill to e d u c a t e them.
A delegation from Dippikill has
been s e n t to S t a t e College to investigate t h e situation there and r e t u r n
to sing " G o v e r n m e n t and Social
Life Is G r a n d , " a social satire on
the college.
Myskania arrives and a t t e m p t s to
educate t h e people of Dippikill. but
in a song and d a n c e number, "They
Had to Pick Us," t h e people of D i p pikill show their dissatisfaction for
education.
The Cast
T h e cast consists of Ronnie Da\ is as Honey Bee, Joe Fosegan as
Brawney Bill, Ro Bordonero as Indi
Anna, P a t Allein as Morning Glory,
Ken K a d c t as Alexander Mcintosh.
Dick E s n e r as Wacky McBang, Lois
J o h n s o n as J u n e Bug, and Tom
W a t t h e w s as Juggles. Bob Fox portrays McKinley McKeever; Dave
Mead, Big R o a r i n ' Moose. Betty
King is t h e C h a i r m a n of Myskania.
T h e rest of t h e Myskania members
are Ron Short, B u n n y Silverstein.
Chuck H u n t r e s s , Marion Brown,
and Don Reinfurt.
B a r b a r a Lessen is May Flower.
J u n e A l e x a n d e r is April Shower.
Roberta Mullarkey is Miss Ippi, Audrey H u r d is Misty Wickum, R-ochel'e Rosenfeld is Missus Ippi.
T h e Dippikillizers (dancing t-hoi us) a r e Linda Nlcandri, DoloreS h l m a n d l e , Carol Scheu, Lois J o h n son, Dick Esner, Tom Watthews.
Dick F e l d m a n , a n d S t a n J e n d r z e j czak. T h e singing and dancing Dippikillers are Carol Mallozzi, Grace
Nesbitt, F r a n k Favat, Steve Hoove:.
Dick Clifford, Marilyn Darzano, and
Katje Bonk.
T h e P r o d u c t i o n Staff
T h e P r o d u c t i o n Staff is as follows ;
Direction and Choreography, Dick
F e l d m a n ; Musical Direction and
A r r a n g e m e n t , George Harris; Makeup. K e n K a d e t ; Costumes, Bettv
King; Lighting, Don J a c k s o n : wr.d
Scenery, Ei een Lalley.
Z.4C2
ALBANY,
WINSTON
TASTES GOOD.'
YORK.
FRIDAY,
MAY
10,
1957
iTT%
VOL. X L I I . NO. 13
Student Body Votes On Proposed Constitution Today;
Compulsory Convocation Hears Budgets For Approval
Math Honorary Turns National;
Initiates Members At Banquet
Robert Stimpson '57, this year's President of Kappa Mu,
Mathematics Honorary Fraternity, announces that Kappa
Mu will be installed as the New York Beta Chapter of Kappa
Mu Epsilon, the National Mathematics Honorary Fraternity.
Kappa Mu will be the second chapter of KME in New York
State, the only other chapter being at Hofstra College.
The installation will take place at the annual banquet
Thursday at 6:30p.m. in the University Club. The installing
officer will be Frank Hawthorne, Supervisor of Mathematics Education in New York State and also National Historian
of Kappa Mu Epsilon. Dr. Hawthorne will also be the guest
speaker. The topic of his speech is "Projectile Geometry."
Kappa Mu was organized here in the fall semester of
1955. Violet H. Larney, Associate Professor of Mathematics,
ClubSponsors
Conference
Tli;1 Cummer: e Club announces
that its ninth a n n u a l conference
will be held tomorrow al Brubacher
Hall. T h e program will commence
at 8:liO a.m. with a coffee hour to
be sponsored by Pi Omega Pi. Oscar
E. Lanforcl, Dean of t h e College, will
present the welcoming address. T h e
morning session will consist of
machine exhibits, s t u d e n t - t e a c h e r
demonstrations, and a speaker.
(illest S i t t ^ e r
The guest' speaker for this occasion will be Dr. Robert E, Slaughter,
Vice-President and General M a n ager of the Gregg Publishing Division of the McGraw-Hill Book Company. Dr. Slaughter's topic will be
" F u t u r e Problem Areas in Business Education."
Dr. Donald Mulkerne, Associate
Professor of Business, will demons t r a t e correct and incorrect teacliing methods with "Operation Mixup." A luncheon will be held al
12:30 in the main dining w u u at
Brubacher Hall. T h e eosl will In
$1 .HO per person. T h e afternoon • e.s
sion will feature panel discussions
T h e club cordially invites all tin
people in tin Commerce Departim-n
to attend the conference.
WINSTON is always good company !
NEW
is the faculty advisor to the honor
fraternity and is the only living
member of Kappa Mu Epsilon a t
S t a t e College.
This year K a p p a Mu has sponsored monthly
programs, most ol
which have been open to the p u b lie, concerning "Mathematics
in
Industry." including guest speakers
from R.P.I., G e n e r a l Electric, and
P r u d e n t i a l Life Insurance Company.
T h e r e are three requirements to
become a member of Kappa Mu.
First, a 3.0 average in Mathematics
Courses; second, a 2.5 overall academic average: third, consent ol
present membership.
Membership
T h e total membership ol Beta
Chapter, including members who
have graduated last J u n e is 82.
T h e following new members will
be initiated at the banquet: Albert
O a t m a n and Michael La Cava, Seniors: Louise Wells. Barbara T a c k a bury, Richard Guzewick, and H a r t ley La Duke, J u n i o r s ; Dorothy Davis,
Doris W u r m u t h , William Mackie,
Robert Wiggin, George Harris, and
J a m e s Powers. Sophomores.
New
faculty members will inciiide Glenn
lie Long, Assistant Prolessor ol Education: Charles Haughey. Associate Prolessor ol Education; Paul
Kcbaefer, Assistant
Professor of
M a t h e m a t i c s ; and William Adams,
Assistant Professor ol Mathematics.
1 he o t h e r s for next year, wno
will also be i n f l a t e d at t h e banquet
('ml!una il "it l'iu/< ) Column ,". <
After a week of controversy, the
proposed Student Association Constitution comes to its test today in
a vote of the student body. T h e new
Myskania will conduct the balloting in lower Draper Hall from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Controversy Rages
Throughout this past week, some
issue was raised as to the effectiveness of the Amendment clause of
the document (article 10, as printed
in last Friday's issue of the News).
At an open hearing on the constitution Tuesday evening, J o h n Yager
'59 proposed a substitute clause
which would permit a -u "yes"
vote of the student body to pass
any amendment.
This proposal would have opposed
the Constitution Committee's wording. which also calls for a --j "yes"
vote, but also adds t h a t this % tion to reconsider or rescind t h e
must include thirty per cent of S t u - motion to vote today m a d e in this
dent Association.
morning's convocation would be out
of order. In establishing this ruling
Hearing Poorly Attended
from t h e chair, he quoted from
At the hearing Tuesday evening,
Robert's Rules of O r d e r : "A vote
which was poorly a t t e n d e d , t h e
Amendment clause was debated, a n d cannot be rescinded after something
those in opposition to t h e docu- has been done as a result of t h a t
ment's wording asked for either a vote t h a t the assembly c a n n o t u n He then ruled t h a t voting
vote on the two proposals today, or do."
a postponement of voting for a n - would be held today, with a s t r a i g h t
other week. Clyde Payne, out going •yes" or " n o " vote on t h e document
President of S t u d e n t Association, as it appeared in last week's News.
ruled t h a t since S t u d e n t Associa- It was pointed out t h a t in t h a t
tion, in an authorized convocation, issue, there is one misprint. Corhad voted to vote on t h e ratifica- rected. Article VII, t e r m of office,
tion of the document today, any reads: "All elected officers shall
other suggestion would be out of
assume office a t the beginning of
order.
second semester and serve until
Wednesday Night Ruling
the beginning of the second semester
At S t u d e n t Council Wednesday of t h e following academic year. . ."
evening, Payne ruled that any m o - T h e rest of t h e article is correct as
printed. Today's vote will be posted
on the Myskania bulletin board
Monday morning.
Expert Lists Foolproof Method,
Plans Mental Attacks On Profs
By WILLIAM
So exams arc coming, so what?
Ho I'll tell you what I'm going to
do. Just .step right up and get the
dope on the newest, most foolproof
method of passing ever devised. And
think twice brother if you think
you don't need any help passing.
Why do you think UN I VAC is
working for a radio station this
year? Study? T h a t won't help you.
They don't ask you any questions
about alii thing you studied. Someuody might get good grades then.
But back to this new method that
has received both the Good CourseCribbing Seal and the Underdcsk
W i n . i's Lavatory Seal.
The first plan of attack is to
u l l your instructor t h a t the only
reason you missed his class so much
was because you set your watch b>
the Page Hall clock before you realized this week that the clock
wasn't working. Of course this clock
stopped in 1911, but it lakes a little lime to gel thing's done at State.
Jusl refer your instructor to the
administration.
Convocation Agenda
According to Marilyn Leach '58,
C h a i i m u n of the Convocations C o m 1KANKONIS
mittee, this morning's assembly is
compulsory, and all those with seats
devised by those s t u d e n t s who ob- in Page Hall must attend.
.'.i rved at the o u t s t a n d i n g Albany
At this morning's meeting, the
high schools. Here you walk up to
j o u r professor and convince him new SA officers will be installed,
that you should pass by tapping l m n Clyde Payne will offer his farewell
lightly on the head. (Use an object addr"'&, and Donald Rice '58, C h a i r similar to our new trophy case. T h i s man ol S t u d e n t Boaid of Finance,
object not offered 1957-58.i T h e n
will present several budgets for
take out your switchblade and proapproval
of the Convocation.
ceed to cut his red pencil into .ittle
pieces. J u s t before he passes out
lrom the shock of losing his little
red pencil make him sign a paper
saying t h a t you have passed his
course with a C. (Anything higher
might fatally shock the old folks
at home, i
In case of failure of the above two
methods (which is unlikely) the
third plan is sure to work. J u s l
collect uOO ol your best friends and
vole to eliminate the course you
are failing. No course, no grades.
Naturally no credit either, but w h a t
good are grades. T h a i ' s w h a t they
say in Education.
Thc. 3 c budgets have yet to. have
the approval of the s t u d e n t body:
C a m p Board, AMIA, Dramatics and
Arts Council, the College Handbook,
and Piimer.
C o m m o n - S t a t e r Writers
At the conclusion of the meeting,
the State College News Board will
announce the writers of "CommonS l a t e r " for the first semester of tne
coming school year.
Dean Gives
Final Notices
These are the three alternatives
II this doesn't work, then try II you are unable to apply any ol
plan Number Two This method was them successfully, the only thing left
A service charge of five dollars
to do is to bid the cruel world for late registration wili be charged
goodbye, and throw yourself to the
to all those who fail to register i m mercy of the pigeons.
mediately, a n n o u n c e s Oscar Lanford,
Dean of the College. Pre-registrution Ibis Spring should be completed as soon as possible in order t h a t
fall registration may be completed
promptly.
Qatzd, fifo-tice AH4ftkmif?
Social Service
Offers Grant
The Albany Jewish Social Service
is offering a two .'.ear scholarship
lor professional training in the
field of social case work T h e c a n didate must meet the r e q u i r e m e n t s
ol a bachelor's degree lrom a recognized college, and must be a woman ol tilt Jewish faith. She must
also meet the requirements ol a recognized professional school ol social work.
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This scholarship is bem^ offered
with the expectations that the recipient will join the s t a l l of t h e
Albany Social Service a Her she
completes her professional training
and receives her master's degree in
social work. The recipient is expected to work as a m e m b e r of the
staff for a period ol time equivalent
to t h a t spent in training.
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All women who wish to apply may
receive further information by calling Miss Rosemary Antin, Albany
Jewish Social Service, 2U1 S t a t e
Street, Albany, New York.
Telephone 62-4291.
Dean Lanford
announces
thai
classes will be suspended on T h u r s day. May lit), and will resume the
following morning al 8 a.m. Examinations will begin on Saturday,
.June 1.
All male students who have not
completed
t h e n military
obligations .should request before the end
of t h e school year that the Registrar's Office send a FORM 109 to
their local draft board, announces
David Hurtley, Dean ol Men T h e
forms are a s t a t e m e n t of the relative standing of each man in his
class and are used by the d r a l t
board for the granting of educational defen'iiumts.
Dean Hartley announces t h a t all
men who are not housed in the inside hall will know by a p p r o x i m a t e ly Wednesday, May 15, so they c a n
huve a m o n t h to check on offcainijus housing. Those who have
not yet d r a w n for rooms should do
so today.
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