Smiles Plans Youth Events Sororities Hold Coffee Hours,

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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1957
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- - - One Man'i &*utuo*i - - Smiles Plans Sororities Hold
By CHARLES FOWLER
Coffee
Hours,
Stater," there were enough "chiefs"
Youth Events
the freshmen, It does not mean but not enough "Indians." Rivalry,
There is a popular misconception of
they
should
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warnings
to
Last evening Smiles held a Halwo are told, Is a "big thing" at
its way through this campPledge Servicesinching
us, that I feel should be corrected freshmen for violation of traditions; State. May I ask why the State
loween party for the children at the
in fact, perhaps they should be givThe sororities on campus are
Clinton
Square Neighborhood
House, announces Caroline Olivo planning coffee hours and announce
new pledges.
'59, Co-ordinator of activities.
Charlotte Norton '58, President,
announces that Kappa Delta will
Halloween Party
hold a coffee hour for Veterans,
The children saw ghosts and gob- Transfers, and Grad students on
lins and watched pumpkins turn- Monday at 9 p.m.
Frieda Cohen '58, President, aning into jack-o-lanterns. Among the nounces that the Faculty Tea,
stunts and games were prehistoric scheduled by Sigma Phi Sigma for
animal races, a trip to the moon, a Sunday, has been cancelled by the
because of illness.
horror house, and a costume con- administration
Gamma Kappa Phi will hold a
test. Their fate was predicted by a coffee hour with Sigma Lambda
gypsy fortune teller, and they were Sigma, Monday evening, states Judy
Swan '58, President.
served cider and doughnuts.
Sally Harter '58, President, announces that Beta Zeta will hold a
Many Coming Events
coffee hour for Kappa Beta on MonThis is merely a sample of the day night at 8:45 p.m.
Pat Gearing '58, President, anactivities that Smiles has planned
ior this year. Any persons who are nounces that Phi Delta has pledged
interested in joining Smiles are Jeanne Paczkowski '59 and Donna
asked to contact either Miss Olivo or Moysey '60. Replacement election:
Elizabeth Wager '59, the Co-ordin- Carol Webbers '58, Vice-President.
ator of activities at the A.bany
Home for Children. This is an ex- ~
cel.ent opportunity for anyone interested in working with children.
before It does any more harm. As
stated by Dick Kendall Friday at
the Sing, Rivalry is a PART OF
TRADITIONS arid traditions is not
a part of rivalry. In this paper and
in other areas of articulation at
State, severe criticism has been
leveled at the Sophomore Class,
criticisms which I feel are, in part,
unjust.
1. TRADITIONS: As
stated
above, traditions are to be upheld
by every member of the student
body, and not just those who are
participating in Rivalry. It wou d
seem logical that the Seniors, who
are about to leave this institution,
should be very concerned with the
enforcement of traditions, since, I
assume, they would like to see them
remain as a part of State College
life (how many Senior "leaders"
have given any warnings?!.
By the same token, just because
the Class of '59 is the "sister" class
Colleqe Administration Extends Thanksgiving Recess
t'olleg:e News does not present it as
ing the most, since, as I envision It, such in its Issues? Little insignifitheir job Is to see that members of cant "digs" and "comments" are
this class make a reasonable ad- hardly proper publicity for the majustment to State College, and trad- jor affair that it is. A little more
itions are every bit a part of State time devoted to Rivalry and a little
College.
less "to little boxes that can think
The Sophomores, sharing EQUAL up their own topic" (and say nothresponsibility with the other classes llig) might bring out a better relor the enforcement of traditions, sponse, participation-wise anyway,
are also involved In Rivalry. It Is on the part of both the freshmen
their job to participate In Rivalry and the Sophomores.
and beat the frosh. They aren't
It Is very easy to push the blame
trying to beat thorn, however, by
diving them many wnrnlnus and for a failure in such a venture as
taking their Rivalry participants traditions and Rivalry onto one
out of competition (despite the un- group, but why imake the Sophomore
til n that a few people have to the Class the scapegoat? To be a little
bit trite, but definitely sincere, 'this
contrary i.
college consists of four (4) c.asses,
2. RIVALRY: A very Just criticism each
which has a definite and
has been alined at the Sophomore equal ofresponsibility
in seeing that
Class for I heir lack of participa- our traditions, as a means
oriention In Rivalry. It Isn't, however, be- tation for the freshmen areof perpetcause we are devoid of leaders. To uated
and enforced.
borrow a phrase from 'Common-
FroshMeetTo
Discuss Skit
Sharon Mocre '53, Class Organi er, announces that the freshmen
will meet this afternoon at 1 p.m.
in Page Hall.
Rivalry Skit
The meeting will center around
a general discussion of the rivalry
skit which will be presented on
Campus Night. Further consideration will be given to the creation of
a class newspaper.
Deadline
All freshmen are urged to bring
their handbooks to the meeting so
that the songs which each frosh
must know ty today can be sung.
Freshmen are reminded that any
upperclassman who requests t h a n
to sing any of the songs can be
asked by the freshman to sing the
:,ong in return. If the upperclassman
i.s unable to fulfill this duty he is
unable to hand out a warning.
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FRIDAY.
NOVEMBER
8.
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S .
1957
KafUtal KapL&ti.
We witnessed a first a t S t a t e College last S a t u r d a y
evening in Page Hall. A recent Broadway success h a d a t
last come to State. The a p p l a u s e was more t h a n polite,
it was s p o n t a n e o u s , a n d it was richly deserved. The S t a t e
College T h e a t r e production of "A View from t h e Bridge"
was m u c h more t h a n we had expected. We knew it would
be a good plav, but it was more t h a n t h a t — i t was a n excellent play. All those who worked in presenting to the
s t u d e n t body the t h e a t r e for which they h a d wailed so long
deserve our highest praise.
By
FRIDAY. N O V E M B E R
8,
1957
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work and much preparat ion.
"Our dear old class is sure to shine." All this past
history brings us up to the present project ol tin Green
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Stale will remember loi tpuh a while The Prom. Inch
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O n e o l the firsts they gave the college was the Beanie Ball
which has since become an a n n u a l tradition.
"We are proud to fight for all t h a t ' s fair ami clean"-—
Rivalry. In their freshman year it was a very close coolest
between the Bluejavs and Gremlins, with t h e "fifty-ninei's"
only two points behind by C a m p u s Night. In their Sophomore year Hie Class of 1959 showed even more spirit a n d
ability in the Rivalry contests. They ran up the highest
n u m b e r ol points ever capturt'd by one class in Rivalry
competition
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t o r f a n - g r a d u a t e of State. H e ' r e c e n t - home. They discarded their sandals
y discovered in t h e altic or a D u n - and modeled new footwear p o i n t s
•nil Ave. 'residence' t h e ' O x lord
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A JIu,n. -„
Junior of the e'ass o'f ',19,1159. ft re- '<»' con rin'l become a Scni ,r mil I
h ( ll:ul
veals: . . . Ox-Ford was a Gothic
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maiTied and given hif son
College built at a narrow spot ill >"' "•"' l l '- " l s '' ; ' ; " Was Jr. a,id l e
U:|S t n n
the T - E M S River T h e Juniors of
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"Sr- T " i s wild g r o r p tils >
dav "wer • a'so a wi d s t i l e - ''•"'' " " " '•"•''i' iinportnid .ontribiit i,,il
conscious gr. up.' " On entering as ; i '»'- S l ' " ' e ""'V couldn't graduate
fro li, they were for ed to have a r i '- , : 1 ' b u t ! bad a -on Hie.v wen
round bald spot shaved in the cen- I meed i • uo to town to t h e woter of their pates A purple head- ! ' : ( , " ' s i n l 1 ' Odd-Barn, I,, l m d a
eoverine. was placed atop that 'flies • M"ii-.e. Here iiailit-long p a i l i c won
'W.IVS h ' i l l . Il Id.
Tll.'l
danced.
Wi re t h e first beanies They h a d
, , ,,.,,-b t h i n i s e h e s in black ill.mk- ! ' : | , | J ' i ; ! ; ' l u l d r a n k : hist aein
],;.,. ,,,,,.,. ; , ] s |; v n H . j r Join..i Id.OMISl l o l l s in lolnaa Kn
, , , , , . , I , , , . i r i„.ii,.,| hmlies were re- M';dint An.ild ViU I.MISI. . , \ - c n i
' . o r i with olaid-lllied overcoats. Ml:-:S thai
i uniild In ha -k 'In
l o.'.t night I m MIS he) 1 his eliiu"me eomo'iiiiiil
eomo'iliiiil wold
wui11 was later
l i ii "liie
Junior Class Meets t;^*^^Z,!ir\V,n,
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.1 the Jim,in Prom
Bruce Nort n, President of t h e
Junior el iss. aim •unr •, thai 'lien
will be a Junior e a s meeting n
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Junior I'rom I) : s u^sinn
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Marion Sciorlino, Virr-Pivsident
d ' lie .Ki".i r class, w ill lead a general discussion ab m l the Juni r
Pr m in ii;' held tonighl Miss Sclortill" will e l . , a i 'p. rl mi the minitier nl lis- -t - -i.id, ,iii;, the :;eneral
il ran- emeiits lor tin I ' n . n .
Campus Queen A t t e n d a n t s
At this l i i e i l i n . p. al..ii.il loll.-, -.'.Ill
la- , c i i 11 a' I'A ('a u,p':.-, Oil- en
all . i Ian'
l i n o Mi J u m o r el ,:-•,
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER
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8. 1957
u J n n l i + « * M M « > C '53,
'fin President,
P r c s l d i ' l i l ini n
moo s: ,pnh! e
u ri ee plus
n l l i ^ pm
n a i tieipati
I l e i o a t i. ,
Rmnrttr-©raves
n -- .. m
m.aai i aat: m
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nounces that I n i e r - F r a t e r n i t j C mn- hjsaWa-Mire to provide a .mod in,
Ripley wouldn't have believed
, . j will hold its annual s m o k e r / Jiid. Swan 'MS, I'n adi-m, u
it, b u t you c i n , became it's true.
Mi ir.lciy . veniny in B..::
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mam diniivi room at J! p.in All male held a plode.e s IT.re M"iMla\ i,,.
\ S t a t e College female Junior,
students are invited to attend the for Aim i Alt chael'i ',:.> . m i ,!.u
who is employed by one of Aliveni whi Ii officially op. I H fri'sli- Nero '(10,
banv's cultural institutions, was
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JT,!.l .V** U lr>"'h Initrrnitv v. ill I e a l l o t t e d
H u l l recently by h w employer, > U
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IFC Slates Annual Smoker;
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"Prom" Traditions Revealed;
Juniors Plan Exciting Event
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t , "sinn-out" his «ues( 1!
Hear Missionary,
Former Stole College Student,
Naoshi Koriyamo Publishes Book
A 1, C M ! torcion -tudi lit ol tin
W i n e ,i student al .ealleee .",' . In Kniiyama has l e - Km i> aina u i e m Kiiglish ma m . . n .
cintly
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a Ii . .': ( o r a l it \uis a' I he suae sli ai - : V I . , , I
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| " . ir. . i l l . n l i , K'.i'iyailia in Kiiu- I'ait il. be-all lo 'Ai'iie pnrli
ll.-'i n a i l :i ... : il J., • Ii ;,e li',.nda- I ii II h H i ill til oil..- .'i M. •
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COLLEGE
NEWS,
FRIDAY,
NOVEMBER
PAGE 5
8. 1957
Senate Passes Election Bill; Tables Finance
Bill For Week; Give Frosh Vote For Queen
Mind
lall mentioned t h e reference in will be allowed to vote a s well a s
llv ELIZABETH SPENCER
SPENCER
n a Tuesday 1:l " t ^ ' c k ' - " C o m m o n - S t a t e r " con- tippei classmen in order to stimulate
Sladenl
S.Hial
i' r n m a i. e 1, it r sent to the Sopho- their interest in school activities.
iii.'hl with eighteen '-'enalors
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,.,, -j p i ; W ; s con-idercd a quorum m ' : l ( ' , ' " ' " " " : i Kendall explained
R : hard Ely '59 and Nancy Tooney
V,s ART I M O T M K
l H S Mf,|i
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E»i--rlia"> ll'.is very inoiiient I a m M: I- he the any with the . . ,
';",'',, • ,'nct'ir.' h a hi'iv.! a t this beard lb yvainmij was questionable. Board filling the two vacancies left
fac(, (,, pea- with Max Slmlmaii, the
A: Beard? Yeah. I know . . . da
I he i ii,toiii,i:-y qiinrum of the
A hill e i n e i n i n ; the election of this semester.
Marlboro i ilmnnisl I lelt S t a t e yes- any ain't ridit
m ion a- S: n ite is twenty.
Cam u Q i n was then presented
Tlie Election Bill was t h e n b r o u g h t
terday bound lor the A-: ociated ColM S'.riy. Milda-, lie's within the l ! ;
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r r imia
t h e m ii I'i I'd leuliiie. Al tor some dis- io la-lore Semite. Scetion A provides
1,, ,j-,p. i'le.-- ("on!' ri l a ' ui New law.
!•; suii nl lie-hard Keni a: :' w,n decided that freshmen :,,. the election of officers to be held
.,i which Max Mailhoio is A l kii.i',. bin da me. ain't n-jhl
v,ir|.
the third week of second semester;
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tell
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it was finally passed by a majority
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
JIIPUS ]% Shukah
{By the Author of "Rally Round the Flay, Boys! "and,
"Barefoot Boy with Cheek.")
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II I B n « m y a a g » a m i « t B l n | | |
THE PARTY WEEK END:
ITS CAUSE AND CURE
Willi the season of parly weekends almost upon us,
my mail of late lias been flooded with queries from voung
inmates of women's colleges wishing to know how one
conducts one's self when one has invited a young gentleman for a weekend. This morning, for example, there
were more than .'51),000 letters, each containing a lock of
hair. I gave the hair to a boinh.-ighl maker a n d the
lanolin to a dry sheep of my acquaintance, and I turned
instantly to the question: How should a young lady deport herself when she has asked a young gentleman to be
her guest a t a party weekend'.'
Well, my dear girls, the first thing to remember is t h a t
your young gentleman is far from home and frightened.
Put him at his ease. You might, for instance, surprise him
by having his mother silling in a rocker on the station
platform when he gets off the train.
Next, what kind of corsage should you send your
young gentleman'.' Well, my beloved maidens, orchids are
always acceptable.
If you find, my esteemed fillies, that your local florist
has run out of stock, do not be dismay ed. Make a corsage
out of paper. Rut pick good, stiff, durable paper- twenty
dollar bills, for example.
Remember at all times, my fond wenches, t o show
your young gentleman courte-y and con-idemiion. < ipen
doors for him, walk on the traffic -ide of the path, a.-sist
him to the punch how I, zip his parka, light his Marl horns.
(What, you ask, if he doe.-n'l -moke Marlboro.-'.' Ridicul o u s , my preciou.- n y m p h . - 1 Of c o n r - e . h e - m o k e s
Marlboros! Don't you? Don't I? Doe-n'i e v e n body
who knows a hawk from a handsaw'. 1 ? What oiher cigarette gives you such a lo' to like'.' Such filter? Such
flavor? Such Hip-top box? N'o oi her, my M\eei minxe-, no
ot her. Marlboro -tan,I- alone, and nn\ man worths of vou,
my estimable dam.-els, is bound to he a Mm -Ilium man.)
It you will follow the simple in t ruction.- -laled above,
my good lasses, you will find thai you have i n r m d vuur
young gentleman into a i'a-i and I'ervin idiiiiivr. There
Is nothing quite like a pariy weekend to pioe,,a, romance.
STATE
Sweat Suits
5 7 Seen As Continuation Of
Incite Laughter Progress As In Past Decades
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1 9 5 7
In
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D u r i n g t h e s u m m e r , t h e College H e i g h t s b a r r a c k s w e r e
t o r n d o w n t o m a k e w a y for t h e .Slate C o l l e g e field h o u s e
a n d a t h l e t i c g r o u n d s . T h i s e v e n t m a p s a n e w c o u r s e in
s p o r t s for A l b a n y S t a t e . S o m e t i m e in t h e f u t u r e w e will
Alter e . p i ' s s m ; our view on - 1
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c wairdeean; e di n tteor ei ns tc l uwill
l obpear nofd
oh ua rv es pao rct es n pt rraolgi zr ea dm awill
d e ad envue m
tie Inn,m awn for women, we cle- a c t i v i t i e s . T h e c a m p u.s . m. i g.h t. e. v e n b e c o. m .e a n O l y m p i c
aided to net the women's point of p l a y g r o u n d .
view on
liet a gn's
Goo:l
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V e i n s ol S e v e n s F a m o u s I n O u r H i s t o r y
Pf,,,,, ,,,,,- v,,,,iii ,, p-ini on iinT h a t t h i s e v e n t s h o u l d b e g i n in 1957 o n l y i n c r e a s e s
wni in--, i ' , savt, s we viewed the t h e p r e s t i g e of t h e d e c a d e s b e t w e e n t h e y e a r s of 1917 a n d
l:i s
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'Ul- 0 l " ' l l l s t n ' - t o d a y . S t a t e C o l l e g e N e w s e d i t i o n s of t h e p a s t verl'y 11 it:
yU
w ' e ' mil' \v;i, 'oh, 1 ''n!!'' n \ ! 'm'i i m p o r t a n c e t h a t t h e s e y e a r s h a v e h a d o n a t h l e t i c s ' h e r e
h .ii' a ,
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a t S t a t e . F o r i n s t a n c e , i n t h e college y e a r of 1916-17, I b i s
h e a d l i n e a p p e a r e d in a n issue of t h e N e w s F I R S T F O O T '1 laai ", i
nut i ed l he bows • ti i l B A L L IN H I S T O R Y O F C O L L E G E . I t w a s n ' t m u c h , b u t
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PAGE 8
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S .
FRIDAY. N O V E M B E R 8 .
1957
State Voters p0tfer Club Visits Dippikill Camp Site; SA To Elect
Pass SUNY Group Seeks To Create Greek Interest State Queen
Bond Issue
November 15
Last Tuesday voters of New York
State went to the polls and cast
their ballots in an election which
covered constitutional a m e n d m e n t s ,
questions, and local contests.
Bond Issue Passes
The a m e n d m e n t authorizing the
S t a l e to borrow up to $2o0 million «
for the expansion of t h ' Stale Uni- '"
verslty was passed by tin- electorate
The controversy which raved up- -i &
state over I lie plavin; of inn.:
;|
the Empire S t a t e was linalh M-II] d j*
when the voters legalized it ihrotigli
the passage of Amendmenl No. :(. A &£,
strong anti-bingo drive had been | f e
conducted over the pasl months by W '
the S l a t e Conn il ot Clvi.- • i
' |^_
i
F!>S. NOT!:: Potter Club's inter' t in the Dippikill Camp lias been
1)iivl;1
n-.r.i'l through their recent trip to
Folheriimrmm all. ChairI ' e r u n . ) . The intent of the article ' » " " 0 | L l u ' R | , m i t e Elect urn Coinis -i ;niliranl in that it suggests a nolle!., r e l e a s e s th
I.lowing
e r a . of building interest III the M ' h , l l l ! l ' l n l ' t h ( ' el-riio,, „| ihe
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( ' a n i o n . Queen tor Campus \'i"lit
and ber court
diii' In Joe Ta«aarl Till, I'I.INominations for (|iiei-ii will be
( lab. in an alleinpt In build • 'pi'ii I hrnugh iVIond,..\ All, nn mbi i
i a :ii C a m p Dippikill and per- ' l Student ASM M latum iiiav IHIIIIIli'i'iil
oioe liarndh ennipe- n i l e niie woman Irom llu- Senior
i i nn n i Ihe Crick sorielies on C.n > All lamination.-, musl 01
.Mil i - * i • 1111 > lo the College placed in the }>n\ . ' h u h is li" Oai
! Hi ,n W a i n a urn •. \'i •.'. York, on I.est Hour llu led undei 'le
11.1. i \ ( a inlier L'7
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when voters rejected the proposal WSMS
for a constitutional
convention
Democrats bad favored the idea
since it was hoped t h a t a convention
( t i l It MI.MBF.RS Ol I'OTTFK ( I I I ; -IVn r Mi'iini i sn„. | , , ,ma~
woi Id re-align the R e p u b l i c a n - ' o n - Oarnn, Joseph Tasrijart and >penrrr llfrlisl- pi.-r in Iron! ui I'lch n r u h
trolled S t a t e legislature
painted emblem.
Local Elections
In local i lei tion... the Republic ins
were uprooted in nun- c me ol (Instate. Deinoi rat mayors were elccled
in New York City. Buffalo. Amsterdam, Canandaigua, Cornin:. Kingston, North Tonawanda, I.aakawanS ivn •:;. aih ;•-. o; the
na, Glens Fulls and Johnstown.
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a p r- un i y l..V:d "an. i.e. I, u. : n 1 ;•
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In a n o t h e r upstate h e a l election, a 1 i ii nl i h - I'll.! i S t a t e ( n m i .-:
the Citv ol Fiona' dethroned lis Citv ml i i a i Amer,can lenitorie., li i.Male < r!| r _,. \,-u .
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' 11
Coronation of Soccer
Sweetheart Highlights
'Southern Silhouettes
Tonight State College will honor
the men of the soccer team and pay
tribute to the outstanding players
of the squad at the annual Soccer
Dance sponsored by S t u d e n t Union
Board. The affair will be held in
the Main Dining Room of Brubacher
Hall from 9 until 12 p.m., announce
Marilyn Darzano '58 and Marcia
Marion '61, Co-Chairmen of the
event.
The theme for the d a n : e is
Southern Silhouettes, and music will
be provided by J o h n McLean and
his band, the "New Sounds." Favors
wll' be given to the girls attending
the dance.
K e n n e t h K a d e i '53 will act as
Master of Ceremonies of the program planned for the event. The
presenLution of the M..st Valuable
F.ay.T Award will be made and the
new C o - C a p t a i n s for the 1958 season will be announced. The next
p a r t of the program will be the coronation of the Soccer Sweetheart
by last year's queen Rosemary S a n tanicola '58. T h e Soccer Sweetheart
is chosen by t h e t e a m on t h e basis
of her contributions to t h e spirit of
the players a n d her promotion of
school support of the squad,
The following committees have
been selected for the d a n c e : Publicity, Carol Scheu '59; Programs,
K a t h l e e n Bonk a n d B a r b a r a Smith,
Sophomores; Arrangements, Richard Esner '59 and David Mead '00;
Refreshments, Marlene Ferner '53
and Ruse Mary Kverek '61; Desk,
Renate Schocnfelder and Carol Mallozzi, Sophomores; Invitations, J a n is and J a n e G r a h a m , Sophomores;
and Decorations. Carol Si'heu and
Kathleen Bonk, Juniors.
Chaperones for the dance are:
Mr. Spector, Assitant Proles-or of
Soci il Studies, and Mrs. Spector,
and Richard Sauers, Assistant Prolessor of Physical Education.
Admission to the dance will be by
i.tudent tax only in compliance with
th • ruling by S t u d e n t Union Board
on the a t t e n d a n c e of students outside the college attending Stale ColIn Senate meeting on Wednesday lege functions.
night, with a quorum present, the
E.ection Bil. which had been reii rred back t i the E.ection Committee last week was passed after
many changes and i.nu'h discussion.
This bill gives p e r m a n e n t procedures for future elections and s p i c -
Senators Pass
Election Bill,
Finance Rules
State
ews
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ALBANY.
NEW
YORK,
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
o
The stage of Page Ila 1 will be the
scene of the coronation of C a m p u ;
Queen, the presentation of the Sophomore and freshman ski.s and the
awarding of the Rivalry Cup tomorrow evening at 8 p.m.
Can.pus Queen
Votin.; by absentee ballot will
take place from 10 a.m. to .J p.m.
today in the Lower Feristjle of
Draper lor Campus Queen. T h e
Queen will be selected from the five
finalists voted upon Wednesday,
Mary Bradley, Sal y Harter, J o -
a n n e Marro, r i o r i n e Skutnik and
Bernice Tyler are the Senior woman
chosen by the student body to comprise the court; one of them will
be crowned c.u_>en by Marcia Lawlencs, State's 56-'57 C a m p u s Queen,
Twa of the five fina ists will t s c . r t Miss Lawerence and two wi.l
csjert the new Queen. From each of
t h e Junior. Saphomore and freshm a n : lasses four girls w.il be chos
t n ; two frcm each class will be included on the court a n d two will be
usherettes.
Governor Harri maris Prod amotion Officially
Opens State Observance Of Education Week
Kappa Mu Epsilon
PlansTalk, Initiations
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VOL. X L I I , NO. 2 2
Ileavrn Help Us
r
i h c first of the two skits will b2
the Sophomores' Heaven Help Us
written by Marion Brown and directed by Robert Helwig. Technical
direction for t a e production was
" L n - J by Mark Nye, musica, directicn
by Lou Beale and choreogra1 h)' by K a t h e r m e O'Connor,
Tr.k.ng the lending parts in the
s! it will be Charles Staughton.
Eleanor G r u s n , F r a n k Canizzo, David Mead, Grace Nesbitt, and Rosala? Walsh.
Bohemian Party
I n . ' freshman c ass will present
B c h : . n i a n P a r t y written by Robert
Congemi and produced under his
cirection.
In .uaed in the cast will be K e n ne.h Taylor, Carole Engels, Ginger
Weinberger, J a m e s Dougnerty, Peter
Spina, Harold Jewe 1, Ronald Pasca,
b . u b a r a S.itith and Louise T o r n a tore.
T h e s e skits must last no less t h a n
twent,' and no more t h a n fortyl i v e m i l l u t e s . s i n c e five points are
awaid3d lor the winning skit, the
outcome of the judging could decide
who will win the Rivalry Cup.
At 9 a.m. tomorrow the pushball
una will be played between the
s o p h o m o r e and"freVhman"classes"on
Beverwyck Field. This event is
worth two points and cheering will
consist of one point.
Kivalry Cup
C a m p u s Night will conclude with
!i i e , ^ r c U n g of the Rivalry Cup by
g ° l l £ i l c i Alexander 58, C h a i r m a n ot
Ri a ll y
' t ' ' A t ° t h e cl,asf, w l t h the most
p o i n u At present the • core stands
at t h i r t e e n - e i g h t in favor of the
Sophomores.
Bruce Norton '50, Chairman of
C a m p u s Day, announces t h a t tiie
fallowing committee has as.-.isted
him in arranging th.' proceedings:
Richard Kendall, Ronald Alexander and Nancy Monteau, Seniors;
Donald M c C a i n , Natalie Lemoine.
Robert Fox and Patricia Ireland,
Ji n.ors, and F r a n k Krivo 'GO.
I'^ri^i/nn-^
•Our young people constitute this ends tomorrow. This year, the New designated as a period of eva'.uatir.n
paas.a, an unueigiaauaiLs . a n \ o u
nriceless asset
Our York S t a t e Teachers' Association, of school needs and achievements.
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J ' U ' s ; u e n t A c t a v U e r F " a n d " c h i o t a \ ™ * " . . m m a n d i S role in the S t a t e Edu.ation D e p a r t m e n t , T h e t h e m e of this y e a r s o b s e r v a n t
then b t u „ c n t At i n iiies i.ii a
.
helping the New York S t a t e Congress of is a timely and inspiring one—"An
n o t S l ; e U pcrmUted to vofc! in The tentiahties
these young a people
reali J themselves
their'po- P
a r e n ULegion
a n d Teachers,
Peoplenational
Move crisis
Forward."
n d prepare
erican
D e p a r t mand
e n t the
of AmNew Educated
W i t h the recent
confor becoming our leaders tomorrow." York have joined in sponsoring this cernlng discrimination within our
Who's Who EU'cticn.
The above is a quote from the thirty-seventh a n n u a l observation national school system, and with
Finance Bill
--•
••
--• • in our
•--• dictatorships in countries outside
Week
Finance Rules and Procedure B i l proclamation of Governor Averell of American Education
our .and, it re-emphasizes our rewas passed and it supercedes all H a r r i m a n which officially opened state.
American Education Week which
Since 1921 this week h a s been sponsibility to assure adequate a n d
previous legislation on the matter.
equal educational opportunities for
Student-Faculty Committee liill
all, regardless ol their race or
David Hartley, Dean of Men, rereligion.
quested a Student-Faculty Committee to be established immediately
Governor H a r r i m a n called Upon
so t h a t the group could discuss
all
the people of the state as well as
hou-ing, dormitory and other probof the country to acquaint t h e m lems affecting students. T h e com.selves more fully with the achievemittee will consist of a Senator
merits and the problems of our
irom any class and a representative
Forum of Politics will hold a Model Security Council s c h o o s , to the end t h a t our schools
f r c n the Senior, Junior, and Sophofor high schools in the capital district area in Brubacher may receive the support and comore classes.
they require to fulfill their
Campus Night
Lower Lounge next Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., an- operation
lunction as the chief source of our
Campus Night will take place as
originally planned, Saturday at 8 nounces Lee DeNike '59, President. All students, faculty, nation's strength.
and the general public are welcome.
p m. in Page Hall.
As citizens we should do these
Robert Congemi, Director of the
The morning session will begin with registration at things.
As future teachers we have
Fro ii S.Ut, was allowed to voice his
opinions in Senate regarding the 9 a.m. At 9:30 the students will be welcomed by Rob- a double responsibility to become
Sophomore ruling earlier t h a t e\e- ert Rienow, Professor of Political Science. After the intro- acquainted with the advancements
iwi'i to enforce the lour warning ductory remarks, the students will assume their roles as of our profession and to he p work
niie established by Senate. By this representatives of the sovereign powers and discuss world for the objectives for which our
profession is dedicated.
acli.in the lemale lead ol the frosh
. II was removed irom her pari problems with each delegate taking the part of h i s
',, |, two more nights ,1 play prac- nation. This v i s i o n will be devoted to c o n s i d e r a ^ . ,
I.: r remaining. This in peal I i Hi n- 1 .Soviet, a t r o i l i c s in Hungary, as presented by Sweate was rejected by the body and ll n and Colombia; the internationalization of Anlliie freshmen ware to d that no fur- i i ' l i c a . introduced by P a n a m a ; joint ownership ot
ther action on Ihe matter could lake inteinational canals, submitted jointly by the United
place without the colli lrmal ion ol Kingdom and F r a n c e ; and the admission ol South
the Senate winch
unfortunately Kcina and Vi'.'t-Nam to the United Nat.ons. The
dors not meet again until ai,.er the nn un .1 !• c session is expected Lo adjourn for lunch at
11:45 a.m.
skits have been presented.
The afternoon session will be
nil e l to order at 12:30 p in. and
will leal lira an address b\ Erik N.
Valters, associated Willi the Austrian
delgation at. the
United
Nations, Alter this address, students
will dis usi resolutions on the Red
Chin i issue as proposed by the
"Htalisllcs" is the topic ol a speech In be given at U.S.S.R.; l'akis an, as submitted by
tin' regular meeting ol Kappa Mu Epsilon, the hon- Iraq; cessation ol nuclear explosives,
orary mathematics fraternity, Thursday evening. Ini- by j a p a n : estabhshmi.nl of a pertiation i eremonles and a o.ial hour will also be in- m a n e n t UN police force, by Cancluded in the evening
ada; and an atoms for pear ' plan,
Mrs Helen Chase ol Ihe Slate Health Department , nipna'.l l.v Ihe Dulled Slates
will lie guest speaker nl Kappa Mu Epsilon al II p i n
in llrubaclier Hull, announces Clinton Carpenter '57,
I ' I I . idi nl nl the organization.
Mrs. Chase will speak after new members have been
initiated into the group To be a member ol Kappa
Mu Epsilon, a student must have completed integral
calculus, have an over-all average of 2,5 and a m a t h e Robert S. Burgess, Jr., Prolessor
matics aveiage of 3.0.
ol l.iarai lanship. announces that an
A social hour will be held to) members after the award ol :..2;> will be given to
the suu.ent who has ace inp'islud
II jularly scheduled meeting.
Those who will be initiated into the Beta c h a p t e r the b st work ill a library minor
ol Kappa Mu Epsilon from the class ot 105H a r e : Rob- in the end i I the seventh semester.
ert Flachbarth, Ira Goldstein, Harriet Kazdon, Bar- ; The award is made from the Mart a Pritchard Fund which was raisbara. Mclioilyli, Hubert Pilpel, Carol Ann Wiggins
Photo by Don Milne
Junior members will include: Susan Uoldfarb, Mar- i a by alumni in the library field in
CAMI'lJS QUEEN candidates for S a t u r d a y ' s Coronation a r e : J o a n n e Marro, Bernice
garel Howard, Joan Alice Kraiiz, Arhne Leaning, K u r t honor ol Miss Pritchard, pi nicer
Tyler, Sally Harter, Florine Skutnik, a n d Mary K IJradley. Voting will take place from 10
Nielson Richard Sumner and Barbara. Tliiele. Also to school librarian and first c h a i r m a n
a.m.
to 3 pan. today in Lower Draper Hall.
be initiated is Mary Ellen Cox '60.
ol the Library D e p a r t m e n t
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15, 1 9 5 7
Cup Presentation Ends Rivalry;
R
T,
ueen iseigns
lomorrow Night
United Nations Delegate Talks
During Forum Program Friday
If \'oii anHwcicd " N o " lo all que lions. ,i,u oh\ lously .-niol.e ('arni'ls a real ciyan-l le, ()nlv o or
7 " N o " aiis'Vi i , menu you lnl h r {,'el oriio ('.aim I,
fasl, Ki.'Wci than 0 "No'.-," and H nully dm ,n't
matter what you moke. Air, ilnne/ , p.,,, ( | , noii'di!
ITA*
Fund Grants Award
To Library Student
2ueen Candidate*.
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