University at Albany - Pedagogue Yearbook (Albany, NY)
- Class of 1940
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A EE A T E A G H E K
MARIE B. METZ 0 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
WILLIAM B. BROPHY ' BUSINESS MANAGER
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"The time God allots to each one of us is like a precious
piece of tissue which we emhroider as we best know how"
his 1940 Pedagogue We affectionately and respectfully dedicate to Dr. Abram
R. Brubacher, an outstanding man, a beloved president, and a genuine friend.
He made his life a masterpiece of scholastic achievement and sympathetic under-
standingg his pattern was laid for us to follow as we best know how.
DR. ABRAM R. BRUBACHER
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THE BELLE TOLLED AND HEREIN LIES
HER STORY . . . HOW US YOUNG 'UNS
CAME TO THE LITTLE RED SCHOOL-
HOUSE ON WESTERN AVENUE SO THAT
WE MIGHT GO OUT INTO THE BIG WIDE
WORLD KNEW YORK STATED TO TEACH
OTHER YOUNG 'UNS. AND IT ALL GOES
TO PROVE THAT TEACHER TRAINING
CAN BE FUN.
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SCHOOL DAYS . . .
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Minerva cloaked in solitude . . . broken by yowling Fresh-
men during their first day at State . . . meeting Junior
Guides . . . losing ribbons . . . finding rooms .... leaving
for Frosh Camp and gentle hazing . . . Dean Nelson with
his hair mussed . . . Monday morning crowded Page is
heated by sweating Freshmen toiling over entrance exams
. . . upperclassmen enrolling for the semester . . . "Tell me
another snap course, quick!" . . . friends meeting after the
summer vacation . . . activities office a conglomeration of
women's shrieks and men's yells . . . Thursday, first day of
classes and work . . . Activities Day . . . Commons crowded
with Frosh hopefuls . . . signing for everything including
Myskania and the Green Wolves . . . dancingall afternoon
. . . Freshmen have their first taste of social life at State . . .
poor Frosh . . . swamped by receptions and teas . . . Junior
reception . . . Soph reception . . . Frosh commission . . .
organizing the class . . . Campus Day . . i. first day of
rivalry . . . pushball . . . three-legged races . . . field hockey
. . . crowning of Her Majesty, the Queen . . ,. class stunts
. . . Seniors taking fourth place . . . dancing in the gym . . .
Rushing . . . Rushing . . . Rushing . . . Senior Hop . . .Len
Fennell . . . Ten Eyck . . . large crowd . . . jitterbugs . . .
Dr. Sayles . . . a huge success . . . fraternity rush parties . . .
dances . . . picnics . . . smokers . . . sorority rushing . . . teas
. . . suppers . . . dinners . . . pledging . . . Christmas parties
. . . mistletoe . . . goodbye's and vacation . . . New Year's
. . . Interfraternity Ball . . . cramming for exams .
practice teaching . . . "Do you know what one of my kids
said today?" . . . conferences . . . 8:l0's . .. . headaches . . .
marks . . . initiations . . . registering for spring semester . . .
another lap in Higher Education . . . Junior week-end . . .
Prom Queen . . . tea-dance . . . banner rivalry . .. . mascot
hunt . . . unorganized rivalry . . . basketball games .
Soph Soiree . . .social success of the year . . . house parties
. . . rushing . . . spring recess . . . back for April Fool's
. . . Intersorority Ball . . . house-dances . . . mid-semesters
. . . May . . . elections . . . voting in the Commons . . .
Symphony . . . Moving-Up Day . . . rivalry awards . . . new
officers . . . new Myskania . . . Seniors move into the wide,
wide world . . . final exams . . . worry . . . "Wil1I graduate?"
. . . Torch Light . . . Baccalaureate . . . Commencement . . .
Senior Ball . . . hangovers . . . Seniors are finished . .
they're In The Field . . . goodbye, Minerva!
"The library will be open Friday night, January 19Lh,' . . . jusl before Finals . . . S. R. O. . .
come early or reserve a Seal, . . . "If you must lalk, l.l1C conference rooms are available!
Having been collected from Oskwagachee, Mudhollow
Junction, and Bangup Corners, we found ourselves ,here-
at State. So what?
So we go to Freshman Camp. So We get pushed around
by the sophomores, and scowled at by upper-classmen.
But it doesn't take us long to catch on. By the time schoo
starts we know pretty much what it7s all about-didnit
we elect Tom F eeney as our president? And Shirley
Eastman's a cute' little number-as our vice-president
she'd make a good date. F I V
Comes Campus Day. And boy, do We show these kids
around here what a real class can do! Not only do We give
the Sophs the Worst fight they'll ever 'see in pushball, but,
believe it or not, we put on such a beautiful stunt that
night-we Win the Whole thing and take first prize-N ow
what do you think of that?
And thatis not alle-not by a long shot. Because you
see, there,s a lot more to come-a lot more. ,lust for
instance, We've got a Freshman basketball team this year
that's really something. All We've got to say is, try and
And speaking of athletics, we broke all precedent in
this place. Did you ever before hear of a Freshman team
'I've seen greens of every shade,
I've seen greens of every hue--
Olive, emerald, lettuce and jade,
Nile, aqua and greenish blue,
The green that covers the hillside
The greens that are bizarre,
But never have I seen a green,
As green as Freshmen are!
F eeney, Bradt, Eastman, Wal'ter
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entered i11 both the intra-mural basketball
and football leagues? Of course you didn't-
we told you We were starting thi11gs moving!
Wfe had a lot of fun one morning in assem-
bly, too. And We mean fun. Talk about
singing! Dottie Cox is one song leader who
really knows what she's doing-and that
Halma materw we composed is really some-
thing! Of course, the Sophs won-but you
couldn't expect us to break every tradition
here atlState-now could you? And we like
to sing. Dancing around the auditorium to
the croaking of 'elittle frogs" can be a heck
of a lot of fun if you Want it to be. And we
wanted it to be.
Having talked to a cute little French
major, We found out what billet-doux means.
Funny Dean Nelson didn't agree with us.
But we should Worry-one of us managed
to grab five. It's just as we said before,
that's all. Anything we do is done right. See?
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baeks them to the limit.
Parties: Leap year ifrolie brings out the
hidden yearnings of State's Sophomore
Profession.: First real introduction comes
'through Ed. 10. Among other things,
learned how to study and where not to
Pzlslzball: Quote the Campus Day Skit-
The Freshmen are push-overs-unquote.
Receptions: The Sophomores, o11 best
behavior, decide that green really becomes
Rivalry: The Sophs nobly refrain from
rubbing it in. Too bad '43.
Romance: Definitely not lacking in '42,
Established Frosh romances continued, new
a11d surprising combinations were formed,
not to mention the popular pastime of
swapping B. F's and G. F's.
Sing: Talent is displayed as '42 lifts its
voice to Alma Mater and victory. Con-
gratulations to songleader Hirsh for in-
spiring songs and inspired directing.
Slfits: Roy Sommers blossoms out as
State's most promising skit writer. Lord
Kelly and Saint Paul of the Alumni Resi-
dence Hall were strokes of genius. Practice
proves fun for all.
Soiree: There arenit enough adjectives to
describe the music of the crowd. One more
star in the crown of UL2!
Miscellaneous: It's the best year yet.
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IUNIORS is Q
",Iolly,' Juniors . . . not the word for us in 8:10 methods
courses . . . no more pushball and song rivalries, no more
getting stuck in ventilators searching for banners and
mascots no larger than this and no smaller than that . . .
much anticipation as to who'd be Prom Queen and would
with t kb if K we have another name-band or not . . . bets on who would
gs, N ' J, ' be tapped for Myskania . . . can next year be any worse
X CW X X772 M than this? . . . I-Iow'll I ever get that unit plan done? . . .
' Xpfx' 6 memories of being Junior advisors . . . much correspondence
to prospective Statesmen . . . "You'll go for it like crazy
up here: the place grows on you, so help me!'7 . . . Counsel-
ors at Freshmen Camp . . . Gardephe's stunt, the tops in
something new and spontaneous Cto the cast as well as to
the audiencel . . . much class spirit . . . even an Armistice
Day party in the Commons that was peaceful, but yes! . . .
more fun, more decorations, more refreshments than-oh,
well, I never did like crowds . . . "Brunch7' at the Annex
at eleven . . . sudden dignity assumed . . . Milne, please
notice! . . . wonder which of them will be in my class next
year . . . an eye to practice teaching . . . "Should I take
Extra-Curricfw . . . "Gee, I'm glad I made Advanced
Dramatics: it brings out l'artiste in me, le grande passion,
what I mean is, itis a lot of fun . . . think it will help me
get a job next yearf' . . . had to send home for money for
Junior week-end . . . do you think
she expected flowers for house
dance when I sent her an orchid
for Prom? . . . But they're dur-
able . . . glad I tactfully sug-
gested that she wear it in her
hair . . . what a week-end . . .
Prom, luncheon, tea-dance, and
house dance!', . I. . and the orchid
still lived! . . . Remember Junior
Pogor, Dower, Walraath, O'Brien,
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party for the Frosh? . . . and the bicycle
built for two in the Campus Day stunt, and
how everyone gasped when Dower Cwith
teeth grittedj and Hannon rode down a
creaky plank of wood . . . then there was the
Junior banquet, and 1941 toasted itself as
it should . . . it was our year all right . . .
lots to do and just as much to think about
doing . . . observing in Milne and visualiz-
ing ourselves as prospective "out-in-the-
fieldersw . . . debating as to Whether or not
summer school should be considered-to
lighten next year's burden . . . incidentally,
summer school at State is fun . . . you meet
the most interesting people . . . sometimes
. . and came Moving-Up Day . . hard to
say much about that day, isn't it? . . .
there we were with our canes and arm-
bands . . . and some of us with ribbons
decorating us and new keys, and others of
us feeling rather dullish . . . who visited
Club" anyway? . . . last of all we went to
Torchlight Procession after Class Night . . .
and carried torches for the seniors who
were our friends . . . we asked, with a sort
of lump in our throats, "Where, oh Where,
are the grand old Seniorsf, and saw them
walk away from us into the darkness . .
JUNE ADIACHER, AQ
ROBERT ANIBAL, BAE
MARY ARNDT, X29
NORMAN ARNOLD, EEP
HILDA ASHMAN, ZA
FRANK AUGUSTINE, EAE
HELEN BAILEY, BZ
MARJORIE BAIRD, KA
JANE BARRETT, FKCIJ
WILLIAM BARRETT, KAP
FRANCES BECKER, FKfI1
ELIZABETH BECRAFT, BZ
ELLEN BEST, KA
BERNICE BISHOP, 1"KfI1
BETTY BUNCE, EA
KATHLEEN BUTLER, AP
JANET BYRNE, IFF
JOSEPH CAPPIELLO, EEP
JOHN CARAMIA, EA2
ELIZABETH CLARK, AQ
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RULE DAYS . .
Four years spent "under the thumb" of people we con.
sider plenty all-right . . . for once in our lives we enjoyed
pressure . . . little white cards: "Please call at the Dean's
office? . . . am I shaky or just naturally knock-kneed? . . .
silver-white hair and silver-blue eyes Qstream of conscious-
ness speaking: "Effect produced reminds me of a nice cool
breaker rolling shorew-ard on a sultry daywj: Gosh, I'm not
scared: believe I'll stop in some time without being sent for
. . . walking through the halls today-saw Dr. Sayles stoop
to pick up a F reshman's glove: It's a thing like that wins a
person to you . . . dignified gait assumed as I plod Milne-
ward . . . "Good morning, Dr. Freddie, er, Frederick"
broad grin and "I-Ii! how's everythingw-and Ilm set for
my class now . . . talked with Mr. Bulger today-wonder if
I'll get an interview? . . . ,Stopped in to see Dean Moreland
for a few moments: she's never too busy to listen to the
problems of the universe-or what have you! . . . Aren't
people wonderful? . . . Did you go to Assembly today? . . .
Myskania announces-say, did you really sign up for
Myskania as a Freshman? . . . too bad they don't tap grads
-you might have a chance in a year or two . . .strange
thought-Why doesn't Student Council have picnics all
spring-Myskania does, and won't say where-they're so
darned secretive . . . makes it interesting, huh? . . . Self-
government really is a good thing, isnit it . . . Excerpt from
an Assembly: "Mr. President, are we or are we not a
democratic institution?"-applause please! . . . Mr. Presi-
dent, will the speaker yield the floor? . . . "No, sir, I will
notfl QlVIuch applauseb . . . meeting, finally adjournsg next
week Finance Board will make a budget report . . . Q'that's
where my money goes" . . . Seriously, though, it's really a
great system of administration! "Golden Rule? really says
it . . . really swell people to be found here: and they're
worth knowing well!
Draper . . . G. H. Q .... General in Charge of Maiioeuvres, BI. G. Nelsong Aide-de-Camp, Elizabeth Van
Denburgh . . . also hang-out for carrier pigeons and others . . . Frosh rush in where Seniors fear to tread
Prexy . . .
Glad it's almost over? . . . question hurled
at seniors every year . . . sure, we're glad to
be one step nearer some goal . . . whatever it
may be . . . but there are things that are
hard about being a senior . . . one of those is
leaving behind among them a grand admini-
stration . . .
The Dean and the Dean . . .
Dr. John M. Sayles . . . acting president of
the college . . . eyes sparkling under beetling
black brows . . . chairman of the Alumni
Board of Directors . . . booster for a new
dormitory for State men . . . is confident of
its need here . . . chaperone at formal dances
. . . even goes in for a little "jitterbugging"
on the side . . . did you see him "swing out"
of the receiving line on to the dance floor at
Senior Hop? . . . his cheery "bellow has been
especially appreciated by students . . . helps
their ego to be noticed by the President . . .
doesnit like to be photographed, though . . .
has too much else' to do to be bothered by
nosy photographers . . .
Dr. Milton G. Nelson . . . dean of the
college . . . especially well known to those
unfortunate students whose marks have
placed them on his black list . . . always will-
ing to listen to and to help with problems of
students . . . scholarship problems and other-
wise . . . have even heard returning prodigals
call him "Pop7' Nelson . . . interested in
photography . . . liable to pop up anywhere
to get an unusual shot for his collection . . .
ardent admirer of the comic strip "Alleyoop"
. . . when not busy checking cuts, schedules,
and marks . . . the door of his office is open to
you . . . he's a swell person who's been thrust
into an oflice that spells fear in many hearts.
pline problems which are beyond student
teachers . . . very friendly . . . nice sense of
humor . . . always can find time to help
anyone who needs him . . .
Dr. Conlin . . . principal of Milne Junior
High . . . new to us this year . . . headaches
Speaking of principals . . .
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Dean Moreland . . . dean of students . . .
another understanding friend . . . her duties
include many scopes of student life . . .
manners . . . freshman orientation . . . inspec-
tion of group houses . . . Chope none of you
were caught with excess clothes or dust
around? . . . helping students find work for
room and board . . . we hear she bought a
smooth new hat but is afraid to wear it . . .
not suitable for her position . . . and what is
that extra desk in her office for? . . .
Dr. Robert Fredericks . . . Principal in
Milne . . . Dr. Freddy to his former college
students . . . busy with conferences every-
where . . . often called upon to aid with disci-
over finding supervisors for Milne clubs . . .
and getting them into motion . . . trips to
other schools in capitol district with his
supervision class . . . very friendly . . . nice
person to talk with . . . progressivist . . .
Mr. Paul Bulger . . . secretary for Student
Employment Bureau . . . dashing over to the
Annex for a bite to eat at 1:30 every day . . .
busy making contacts with those in power
to hire teachers . . . wonder if he thinks Ivm
apple polishing when I smiled so sweetly
just then . . . 4:30 bureau meetings . . . dis-
cussions and round tables to help students be
prepared for interviews and jobs Qwe hopej
. . . friendly and a person well worth knowing.
Myskania . . . senior honorary campL1S
leadership society . . . formed in 1917 by D12
Brubacher . . . arbitrar between Student
Council and Student Association . . . from
eight to thirteen members . . . tapped by out-
going Myskania on Moving-Up Day . - -
guardians of the classes . .A . interpreters of
the Association Constitution . . . organizer
of freshman class . . . supervisors and tellers
of all elections . . . chaperones at school
dances . . . guardians of all State traditions
1939-1940 Myskania has ten members . . .
Frank Kluge . . . president of M. A. A. . . .
varsity basketball player . . . guardian of the
sophomores . . . French and math . . . Potter
Club . . . most handsome man . . . favorite
diversion . . . dates . . . Jane Sherwood Wilson
. . . president of D. and A .... member of
Debate Council . . . Junior Prom queen . . .
Campus queen . . . guardian of the freshmen
. . .library and English . . . Psi Gamma . . .
most popular girl . . . little smoothie . . .
Lloyd Lawrence Kelly . . . president of
Student Association . . . vice-president of
Student Association . . . president of sopho-
more class . . . treasurer of freshman class . . .
social studies and English . . . Potter Club
. . . most popular man . . . versatile . . . Otto
James Howe . . . co-editor-in-chief of the
News . . . junior and sophomore editor of
News . . . associate director of frosh handbook
. . . member of directory board . . . guardian
of the freshmen . . . commerce and social
studies . . . Kappa Delta Rho . . . suave and
sophisticated . . . knows .everything . . .
Leonard Elmer Kowalsky . . . co-editor-in-
chief of the News . . . junior and sophomore
editor of News . . . editor of frosh handbook
. . . guardian of the juniors . . . social studies
and English . . . Kappa Beta . . . vel-y bril-
liant . . . likes to dance . . . Rita Agnes
Sullivan . . . chairman of the social committee
. . . president of the junior class . . . secretary
of the Student Association . . . secretary of
the freshman class . . . N. S. F. A. delegate
. . . guardian of the freshmen . . . Pi Gamma
Mu . . . Signum Laudis . . . English and
Social studies . . . Chi Sigma Theta . . . most
popular girl . . . Irish wit . . . Mary Elizabeth
Trainor . . . president of S. C. A .... student
association song leader . . . vice-president of
the dorm . . . guardian of the juniors . . .
English and Social studies . . . Kappa Delta
. . . most versatile girl . . . Walter James
Simmons . . . president of Inter-Fraternity
Council . . . president of the freshman class
. . . guardian of the seniors . . . science and
math . . . Kappa Delta Rho . . . diversions . . .
basketball and girls . . . Janice Friedman . . .
president of Debate Council . . . guardian of
the seniors . . . social studies and math . . .
swell kid . . . everybody likes her . . . Mar-
jorie Quinby Baird . . . president of W.A.A.
. . . vice-president of the freshman class . . .
sophomore class guardian . . . library and,
social studies . . . Kappa Delta . . . outstand-.
ing athlete . . .
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STUDENT BOARD OF FINANCE
Budget cut! . . . Budget cut! . . . Budget
cut! . . . seems to be on the tip of the tongue,
so to speak . . . of every organization in col-
lege . . . why? . . . we've heard it from every
angle! . . . national budget cut . . . state
budget cut . . . and lastly the cut from
Student Association . . . again we may ask
why? . . . student tax hasnit been paid . . .
Finance Board, therefore, can't meet its
proposed budget . . . so organizations must
take a cut to make available revenue balance
expenditures . . .
Finances at rather loose ends back, in '17
and '18 . . . Finance Board organized in 1909
to manage the financing of student-run
activities . . . one by one, the finances of
student organizations have come under the
supervision of Student Board of Finance . . .
D. and A .... music council . . . News . . .
Statesman . . . athletics . . . infirmary benefit
. . . and lastly, the PEDAooGUE . . .
To finance these organizations, the board
decided that each student should pay a
blanket tax . . . thus he could benefit from
all the organizations . . . to decide on the
budget and the amount of the tax not diffi-
cult . . . hard, however, to get some students
to buy the tax ticket . . . in 737, President
Brubacher stated that payment of tax would
be compulsory . . . two-fold benefit . . .
recommendation for positions by the Student
Employment Bureau . . . and better pro-
grams of student-run activities . . .
The board is under the direction of Pro-
fessor Cooper, treasurer of the board. . . . Mr,
Cooper took' the place of Professor Clarence
Hidley . . . he left college this fall due to ill
health . the chairman of the board is
elected to that position every year by the
board members . . . Professor York has
served in that position for about fifteen
years . . . the treasurer of the board is
appointed by the president of the college . . .
if his work is satisfactory, his job is perma-
nent . . . should he fail to do his work ade-
quately, his dismissal is in the hands of the
president . . . from his work so far, it looks
as if Professor Cooper has a permanent
position in that capacity . . . due to the
changing complexity of the collegeis finances,
Mr. Cooper has instituted a new system . . .
he claims and hopes that it will be infallible
. . . new, simplified schemes of bookkeeping
. . . double self-checking of records . . .
entries of entries, debits and payments . . .
all these it is hoped will insure ease, accuracy
and speed . . . each organization presents its
bills to the treasurer who pays them and
checks off the expenditures . . . in short, a
new modern system of accounting has been
instituted . . .
This year the faculty members have had
the able support of Stan Kullman and Bob
Martin . . . seniors . . . DanBucci and Steve
Paris . . . juniors . . . and Ben Tybring . . .
sophomore . . .
The budget is made out each spring by the
board members . . . maybe you think that
the budget assembly won't be one sweet
gripe session this year . . . it is made out on
the basis of the amounts of money requested
by the organizations in election tothe amount
of money expected from collection of student
tax . . . the budget is then recommended to
the student association . . . often suggestions
for changes in the budget are made by mem-
bers of the association . . . the board of
finance tries to mete out the finances accord-
ing to the accepted budget . . . they are
merely administrators of the budget . . . they
have nothing to say as to how much each
organization can or cannot have by having
the budget accepted in the spring . . . it's
possible for the new board to start collecting
money for the student tax in the fall . . . thus,
student activities can also get under way
almost immediately . . .
The tax raised from ten dollars to twelve
dollars this year . . . the PEDAGOGUE, the
college yearbook, is now included under the
benefits of the student tax . . . providing we
don't have any more havoc raising budget
cuts . . . and the amount of money for in-
firmary benefits was raised from ten to
fifteen dollars . . .
Because the tax hasn't been paid this year
as well as was expected, the board has worked
doubly hard to stretch the money they have
to meet the demands of new organizations
which have lost their subsidy . . . so, you
organizations who are feeling the pinch of a
budget cut . . . urge your fellow classmates
to pay their tax . . . thatis the only way the
board can help you . . . it has treated you
well under trying circumstances . . . we ap--
preciate their fine work . . .
just a bunch of cutthroats . .'.
DEINIOCRACY . . . the theme words of
America . . . and justly so of State College
. . . in whom do we invest the power of
government? . . . Student Council . . . made
up of the president, Lloyd Kelly, Margaret-
ville, vice-president, Stan Smith, Buffalo,
and secretary, Ralph Tibbetts, Bluff Point
. . . officers of the Student Association and
the presidents of each class . . . Harper from
Yvhitehall, president of senior class . . . Wal-
rath from Schenectady, president of the
junior class . . . Merrit from Watertown,
president of the sophomore. class . . . Feeney
from Ossining, president of the freshman
class . . . representatives from all sections of
the state . . . noted for our democratic col-
lege government . . . run by the students
with advice and guidance from the admini-
stration and faculty . .
DUTIES OF COUNCIL . . . arrange programs
for student association meetings . . . Fridays
at 11:00 . . . provide for publication of the
student directory . . . appoint campus com-
mission . . . charter all boards, committees,
and associations securing support through
the budget . . . execute all legislation passed
by the association . . . regulate interclass
rivalry . . . direct the social activities of
Moving-Up Day, Campus Day, Freshman
Reception and Activities Day . . . in addi-
tion, council has put a complete constitution
of Student Association on file in the library
. . . there are also on file the constitutions of
all the organizations in school which receive
portions of the association budget . .
The guiding light . . .
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Excerpts -from the Assembly minutes . . .
SEPTEMBER 22 . . . "A moment of silence
was observed in memory of our beloved
President Brubacher, so recently deceasedf,
Acting President Sayles . . . "To miss a
battle is a misfortune, but to avoid it is a
disaster . . .M
SEPTEMBER 29 . . . Dr. Nelson . . . Q'The
reputation of the person is not so important
as the reputation of the institution . . ."
OCTOBER 6 . . . First "Gripe Festival" . . .
OCTOBER 13 . . . Sophomore-Senior debate
. . . Resolved: that war materials may be
sold to belligerent nations on a cash and
carry plan . . ,the winners . . . seniors . . .
OCTOBER 20 . . . Dean Moreland . . .
"Guidance will be stressed in the future . . .
We must provide for growth of the individ-
ualn . . . ,
OCTOBER 27 . . . Paul Harris . . . "My
definition of Democracy is . . . th at condition
which results when free, intelligent, and self-
restrained people live sympatheticallyw . . .
NOVEMBER 3 . . . Mary Miller leads the
freshmen in the Alma Mater . . . "Life is
very differentw . . .
NOVEMBER 10 . . . Stanley Smith, vice-
president, conducted the meeting in the
absence of the president . . . 1
Judge Sheiberling . . . "We went to the
war to make it the 'ilastw war . . . we did
nothing . . . even that war has recently been
renewed . . ."
NOVEMBER 17 . . . Freshman-Sophomore
Rivalry sing . . . the sophs win the contest
and three points in rivalry . . .
DECEMBER 1 . . . The State College
Symphony Orchestra Concert . . . conducted
by Bernard Perlman . . . very much appre-
ciated . . .
JANUARY 5 . . . Report from Social com-
mittee by Mr. Schultze . . . Social calendar
to be posted on bulletin board . . . no regu-
lation of social affairs by the committee . . .
Francello amendment . . . that all students
registered in college be allowed to vote
whether or not student tax ticket is paid . . .
Myskania called upon to interpret constitu-
tion . . .
JANUARY 12 . . . Senator Hanley . . . "What
we need is fewer politicians and more public
servants" . . .
JANUARY 19 . . . Bob Martin, Finance
Board member, recommended that State
College Part-Time Employment Bureau be
added to Student Association Budget and he
appropriated 9550 . . .
L Miss Lasher made motion that Student
Association sponsor a used book exchange
. . . motion passed . . .
FEBRUARY 9 . . . Dr. Munthe from Sweden
gave address . . . "Finns need and appreciate
all help . -. . if defeated, the refugee problem
would be greater than any ever seen before."
FEBRUARY 16 . . . Dr. Sayles . . . spoke of
plans for a new men's dormitory . . . fund for
dorm to be raised through subscriptions
from seniors . . .
FEBRUARY 23 . . . Miss Mary Jeanne
McKay, President of N. S. F. A. speaks . . .
Has already heard about States' versatile
audiences . . . "study, knit, read the paper,
write letters, and listen to the speaker . . ."
Ever hear of education's three R's? . . . Why sure, and
we plunge smack into them at State . . . novel courses
Cl8th, 19th, and 20th centuryl from Dr. Hastings . . . just
what is there about him, anyway? . . . I only had a "C" in
that novel cout se, and yet I'm going back for more . . . and
I'll get it . . . a survey of English Lit . . . including "Beo-
wulf" . . . and "Canterbury Talesi' . . . and "Paradise Lost"
. . . and "Dr, Faustusw . . . and so on . . . "reading, in
class and out, will be extensive" . . . Qsee 1940 cataloguej
. . . extensive is not the word . . . ,nuf said . Q . you get the
drift by now . . . or if you don't, you should . . . much, oh
'very much lit . . . Short Story . . . a swell course . . . so is
Modern Drama . . . you know, the theata, ralli, my deah,
et cetera . . . but donit get me wrong . . . it's great stuff . . .
and Dr. Body, Boots and Britches offers much along the
Shakesperian and Scottish Lit line QAmerica, tooll . . . you
know . . . "there's something rotten in Denmarki' . . . and
the carry over from Oral . . . "Speak the speech" . . . so
much for that! . . . Good Lord, I flunked Trig again . . .
this is the fourth time Iive taken it . . . guess I wasnit cut
out to be a mathematician, huh? . . . maybe I wasn't cut
out . . . But gee, Dr. Beaver's nice, and Birchy's such a
dear, and DoBell is so swell . . . guess I'm just getting
attached to the department . . . it's one way of getting to'
know the faculty . . . do you have to add up in the com-
merce department, too? . . . well, anyway, I'll bet you
don't have to use any I'Iorner's method to balance those
accounts, B7Ceorge! . . . say, are you going to try to get
into Creative Writing? . . . Iim in Play-writing . . . Iim
working on a tragedy: "Homicide in the Math Depart-
ment" . . . or "I-Ie Didn't Get the Right Sine and Pulled
the Trig Qgerja' . . . off on a tangent . . . I'm just joking,
tho' . . . we really can read and write and stuff . . . we
should, after four years of the stuff . . . how' do you spell
"PEDAGoGUE,', anyway . . . "ogue', . . . or "og"? . . .
Great pres burning for thy children . . .
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Fall comes once again to State . . . and
with it comes Music Council . . . back to
school again . . . back to work again . . . more
concerts . . . more Freshmen tryouts . . .
more ticket-exchanging . . . more seating
charts drawn up . . . more tickets printed . . .
more meetings . . . more posters made . . .
more planning . . . more ,work . . . and we
like it . . .
Don Cossacks . . . Ralph Kirkpatrick . . .
Alice Brown . . . Dr. Candlyn . . . Choral
Society . . . Symphony Orchestra . . . Ope-
ratic Society . . . a musical whirlpool . . .
engulfing us into an appreciation of good
music . . .
Don Cossacks . . . famous all over the
world . . . Russian refugees . . . one of the
best male choruses that ever was . . . Serge
himself . . . such a little man to do such big
things . . . the thirty singers . . . resplendant
in military uniforms . . . most of them 0311913
speak English . . . but who cares . . . when
we can hear them sing . . . and some of them
can even dance . . . we like their songs . . . we
like them . . .
And the concert itself . . . standing room
only . . . Andy, you've just got to find room
to set up those chairs . . . we've already sold
tickets for them . . . evening gowns . . . pretty
freshmen . . . money . . . tickets . . . excite-
And Ralph Kirkpatrick . . . and his harpsi-
chord . . . we like him too . . . we never saw a
harpsichord before . . . quite an experience
. . . and the Choral Society . . . we never tire
of hearing them sing . . . Dr. Candlyn should
be proud of his children . . . they've done
him proud . . . but anyway, they're good . . .
darn good . .
They laughed when I sat down to play . . .
To say nothing of the Operatic Society . . .
and ,Patience . . . two nights running . . . and
the house filled both times . . . dress rehear-
sals . . . costumes . . . singing . . . acting . . .
more singing . . . again we should he proud
. . . well, arenit we? . . .
We havenit said anything about the Orch-
estra . . . and that's important . . . because
we're claiming part credit for their success
. . . we're already sending orchids to Bernie
and Ira . . . to them goes most of the credit
. . . but we're proud to talk about them here
. . . on Music Council page . . . we know this
is no place for editorials . . . hut we're fight-
ing for academic credit for members of the
orchestra . . . they deserve it . . . and, inci-
dentally, more money . . . even budgets
can't stop the symphnoy orchestra from
growing . . . so here's to them! . . .
This is turning into a bouquet-throwing
jamboree . . . and while we're about it . .g .
we might as well throw a few more . . . and
we do mean orchids . . . white ones, at that
. . . to the freshmen . . . because they
worked hard all year . . . exchanging tickets
. . . sitting at tables . . . contacting faculty
. . . making posters . . . running errands . . .
going to meetings . . . ushering at concerts
. . . yes, they've been swell . . . and we know
it . . . to Dr. Candlyn . . . he's worked hard
this year to put our concerts across . . . we
know that too . . . and what about the
council itself? . . . we're not conceited, but
we're happy . . . Alice, getting phone calls
clear from Syracuse . . . asking for reserved
Music surges forward . . .
seats for the Cossacks . . . good seats . . . will
call for them at the door . . . Lil, traipsing to
the newspaper offices . . . but the Cossacks
deserve publicity . . . why havenit you given
it to us? . . . Lonie . . . telling freshmen what
to do . . . and then doing it herself . . .
Honestly, if you want a thing done right,
you have to do it yourself . . . and Rosemary
. . . selling tickets at the door . . . Fm sorry,
you should have reserved seats earlier . . .
these are the only ones left now . . . Bunny
. . . telling ushers what to do and where to
do it . . . seeing that freshmen sit at tables
. .V . when they're supposed to sit . . . at
tables . . . and Flossie . . . maid-of-all-work
. . . helping everybody do everything . . .
So this is Music Council . . . long may it
live! . . .
Excerpts frgm, the Diplomat:
NEWS OFFICE . . . people around . . . people
pounding typewriters . . . trying to gd
stories in on time . . . everything has to be
finished by Wednesday night . . . and what a
time the board has getting 'together for a
banquet . . . and meetings . . . note on boards
. . . meeting on Monday at 4:30 . . . changed
to Tuesday at 3:30 . . . minutes late . . .
meeting at 4:30 on Tuesday . . . be here on
time . . .
Smooth running and efficient work this
year due to our co-editors-in-chief . . . Len
Kowalsky and Otto Howe . . .
LEN . . . had job of getting things under
way in September . . . busy getting his board
to write stories, etc .... session of "jitter-
buggingw every day . . . he really does go in
for it too . . .
Gentlemen of the press . . .
Don't we have fun, though . . .
OTTO . . . "let's et done and et home
before midnight" . . . worried about how
many issues can be put out with the new
bud et cut . . . ex enses cut down . . . match-
ing pennies during free periods . . . super-
vised Milne Junior High paper first semes-
ter . . .
SALLY YOUNG . . . managing editor . . .
youngest person in our class, too . . . always
busy making out assignment sheets, hurry-
ing back and forth to Milne . . . friendly,
JUNIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS . . . Dower . . .
Murray . . . Kusak . . . working hard . . . but
not always on the News . . . teaching cub
classes . . . hoping to work up to editor-in-
chief . . . Bea . . . Prom queen this year . . .
wearer of those shiny black rubber boots . . .
some ardent admirer sent flowers to her here
at school . . . just before the New York trip,
too . . . Stevie Kusak . . . worried about
getting lost in New York . . . smiling and
cheerful . . . talker . . . never seems to run
out of things to say . . . and he says them
. . . ,lohn . . . Red . . . Murray . . . versatile's the word
for him . . . if there is a word . . . Straight "Aw average A
. . . for which he shall never be forgiven . . . it's been
hinted he was asked to resign from board because of
that average . . . we admire you for it . . . power to you
. . . or have you got enough already? . .
SAUL GREENWALD . . . news editor . . . ears and eyes
open for the latest scoop .... doing extra work
in Milne supervising the Crimson and White .
CLARKIE . . . sports editor . . . basketball fan . . . be
kind to your web-footed friends . . . always giggling . . .
seems to enjoy life . . . friendly and ready to help . . .
extra time . . . if she can find any . . . always spent up l
in the library school . . .
MARY GABRIEL . . . business manager . . .
bills . . . bills . . . bills . . . budget cut . . . con-
ference with Mr. Cooper over finances of the
paper . . . efficient . . .
KENNY HASER . . . advertising manager
. . . efficiency plus . . . hard for editors to
find room for all the ad's he's obtained . . .
busy with M.A.A .... teaching too . . . don't
see him around much . . .
JAMES MALONEY . . . men's sports editor
Information, please . . .
getting information about other colleges we
play . . . keeping up on men7s sports here . . .
basketball . . . tennis . . . chess . . . ping pong
Boul . . . baloney . . .
SOPHOMORE DESK . . . Bill Dorrance . . .
June Haushalter . . . Anita Holm . . . Ed
Holstein . . . Carl Marotto . . . Harry Passow
. . . lots of people . . . and for once the State
College Ratio of2 to 1 is reversed . . . see? . . .
two men to One Woman . . . God bless her . . .
Some work while others play . . .
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DRAMATICS AND ARTS COUNCIL
Advanced Dramatics plays . . . Elemen-
tary Dramatics plays . . . who's the backbone
and sponsor of these presentations? . . .
Dramatics and Arts Council . . . formed
about twenty-one years ago as a Dramatic
Council . . . dramatics and art closely inter-
woven . . . consequently, art department con-
stantly called in to help . . . Dramatic Council
later included representatives from Art
Department . . . name changed to Dramatic
and Arts Council . . . made up of two mem-
bers from each class . . . freshmen chosen by
the council . . . on basis of work, interest, and
ability . . . announcement of their appoint-
ment made on Moving-Up Day . . I.
What does tl1e council do? . . . maybe Jane
Wilson, president, has something to tell us
about what theyive done this year . . . pre-
sented Oliver St. John Gogarty . . . maybe
you've heard him on the Professor Quiz pro-
gram . . . famous Irish wit, poet, quack-
doctor, statesman, and raconteur . . . per-
sonal friend of Yeats . . . great lyric poet . . .
often compared to Herrick, Donne, Waller,
and Heine . . . spoke on the history of Irish
literature . . . his talk was a little too intel-
lectual for us . . . we expected his rollicking
wit to be more in evidence . . .
Ruby Stewart, the other senior member,
just burst into the Activities Office . . . excited
over the second production of the season . . .
La Meri . . . interpretive dancer from Spain
. . . on her first tour in this country . . . very
rett did character dances a 50
demonstrated dances of many countries of
Double order of that . . .
the world in appropriate costume . .
Advanced Dramatics class plays . . . two
presented every other Tuesday night . . .
during the year . . . popular with students
as a source of diversion . . . seventeen plays
in all . . . Mr. Hardy's stage-craft class makes
the sets for the plays . . . Viv Livingston
informed us . . . council also procured the use
of the barn over at Cooper House for stage-
crafters to do their work . . . previously they
were obliged to work in hallways, etc ....
never had room to really work . . . did good
work, however . . . Mary Miller, also mem-
ber of council and Advanced Dramatics
class . . . presented one of the best plays of
the season . . . council also helped to buy
new equipment for the stage . . . with new
equipment the class has been able to do
much better and more eflicient work
Kav Rlchards just came 1n elementary
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dramatics plays ...' three were presented . .
"A Husband for Magw by Julia Carson . .
Scotch comedy . . . Mrs. Carson, by the way,
was a former State College student . . . the
presentation of her play in Page Hall was
the first time that it had been given on the
stage . . . she was in the audience . . . "Days
End" by Alice Pierott . . . "Love of One's
Neighbor" by Andreyq . . . two other pro-
ductions . . .
In previous years council has presented
many outstanding personalities . . . Ruth
Draper . . . Blanche Yurka . . . Walter
Hampton . . . Laura Laurenson . . . Wilfred
Walter . . .
What do freshmen have to do to gain
recognition of their desire to make council?
. . . A few of the requirements . . . sit at a
table in the hall to exchange student tax
tickets . . . make posters . . . hang posters at
school and around the city in shop windows,
etc .... usher at the presentations . . . co-
operate with council . . .
Much work to be done before presenta-
Complicated business . . . these dramatics . . .
Admittance by student tax . . .
tions . . . exchanging tickets . . . getting mail-
ing lists . . . freshmen addressing envelopes
all over the Activities Office . . . contacting
people outside of school . . . seeing that every-
thing is in readiness . . .
Art side of council has been sort of for-
gotten . . . council is trying to incorporate it
again in their program . . . planning art
exhibits . . . related to the drama . . . costum-
y yyyyg, ing . . . make-up and stage sets . . .
Liz Simmons, treasurer, says
that the success of the year . . .
in spite of the budget -cut . . . is
due to the fine cooperation and
careful guidance of Miss Futterer,
instructor in English . . . and Miss
Hutchins . . . instructor in Art . . .
the faculty advisors . . .
366 Words . . ,500 to go . . . stop gripillg,
will you? . . . I'll have the copy tomorrow . . .
I know, I know . . . we'll lose the discount . . .
will you work, kids, please? . . . George will
be here tomorrow . . . say, Kennedy . . . will
you throw enough advertising in so that I
can have another key? . . . I lost mine . . .
Broph making faces as he manages they busi-
ness . . . Bull with that blasted camera . . .
and me with my double chin in profile! . . .
sure, Marie . . . I'll have the copy tomorrow
. . . I'll do it now . . . just wait 'til I grab a
coke . . . Smith working away on copy . . .
she can turn it out . . . like a hand organ . . .
Groll not working away on copy . . . not 'til
the last minute, anyway . . . Lannen tap,
tap, tapping away . . . any copy for me to
type? . . . No! .' . . Doris, l'artiste, sketching
thisa and thata . . . let's make it sophisti-
cated, shall we? . . . between teaching and
the PED 'n everything else, I'm going daf . . .
the PED ofHce with lots of cigarette smoke . . .
and butts . . . and empty coke bottles . . . and
a vic . . . and everybody's friends . . . and no
chairs . . . and the budget cut . . . so we can't
work late . . . will you please get some copy
in? . . . isn't this snap crumbly? . . . looks as
if I'd already taught ten years . . . and was
sick of the whole business . . . and didn't
want a job anyway . . . will somebody clear
this ollice? . . . I gotta concentrate . , . copy
sheets . . . typewriters . . . print numbers
. . . word count . . . character count . . .
glossies . . . contracts . . . master dummies
. . . sectional dummies . . . editors . . . photo-
engravers . . . photographers. . . letters . . .
organizations . . . spreads . . . pictures . . .
slide-rules. . . run-arounds . . . mosts . . . copy
. . . words . . . it goes on forever . . . my head
. . . it's going 'round . . . and 'round . . . but
the PED . . . it's coming . . . slowly . . . to be
sure . . . but it's coming . . . deadlines . . .
those things you have to have . . . and can't
hold . . . it's a swell time to start embroider-
ing, Groll . . . there's Bull with that camera
I It's a hell ofa life . . .
Got an idea, Dorry? . .
again . . . also Brucker . . . Kennedy, did you
get an ad from --- . . . that would be a
plug . . . can't mention it in copy . . . did'ja
see the window in the office . . . with its
caricatures . . . good, too . . . they hit the
high points . . . when's George coming? . . .
the dummy has to be set up , . . Qno, I cl0n't
mean G. . . . may I chisel a cig, Broph?
. . . at a time like this you have to go back
to a pipe! . . . what will we do about the
2023 cut . . . take it! . . . Why should I spend
so much time writing this stuff? . . . they
always cut it anyway . . . and I sit up tearing
my hair out . . . and developing chins . . . and
wrinkles . . . and writer's cramp . . . but all in
all it's oke . . . or is it? . . . 3 A. M. and here
I sit . . . for the PED . . . God bless it! . . . it's
anything but pedagogical . . . is that the
way you spell it? . . . Hey, Pratt . . . will you
get me a coke? . . . it takes hiccups to inspire
me toward writing anything with a lift to it
. . . how many words have I done now? . . .
only 1140? . . . boy, I've a long way to go,
huh? . . . but I promised Metz and I'm a gal
of my word . . . if I don't get sleepy . . . or
just plain fed up . . . heck, it's fun to be
temperamental . . . might just as well take
advantage of an opportunity . . . incident-
ally, what does the Statesman or the News
have that we don't have . . . except a little
privacy . . . well, we like the PED . . . and are
glad we had the chance to help in its making
. . . 'cause a yearbook lasts forever . . . makes
memories and stuff . . . we'll enjoy memories
of State . . . will you? . . .
Tempus fugit . . . Where's that copy?
Deadline's tomorrow . . .
Resolved: . . . 1939 . . . that the Echo and
the Lion shall be consolidated . . .
Resolved: . . . 1.940 . . . the Statesman . . .
Two portions of Sprague . . . two portions
of Brown . . . mix well and add Agne . . . beat
up with Sharts . . . Evans . . . Day . . . and
Alden . . . flavor with small doses of Echo and
Lion . . . God bless them . . . and what have
you got? . . . well . . . along with headaches
and deadlines . . . you have the
Statesman . . . we bow to it . . .
Four issues a year . . . bigger
and better than either of its
composites . . . just step up
and get your eopy, kids . . . it's
worth the time you spend
standing in line . . . after all . . .
you have to read something in
Assembly . . . well . . . donit
you? . . . purely student talent
featured . . . the Statesman, we
mean . . . not Assembly . . .
every student welcome . . .
just hand in anything youove
written . . . and if you don't
think it's good . . . Agne will
The hybrid . . . Echo and Lion . . .
. . . or maybe you can take pictures? take
them! . . . Sprague likes to give color to her
brainchild . . . local color, this is . . . or maybe
you can write poems . . . the Statesman loves
poems . . . or . . .last . . . but not least . . .which
. . . of course ,... is as it should be ...jokes . ..
good jokes . . . not dirty one, you under-
stand . . . but just subtle enough so Brown
can get them . . . and they 'll be printed . . .
and if you can't do anything else . . . you
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can always make a Bright Saying . . . only
be sure to say it when there's a Statesman
board member around . . . so be can make
believe he didn't even hear it . . . and scoop
the next issue . . . funny how even the most
innocent remarks can be interpreted in such
queer ways . . . but thatis all right . . . we
love Our State College lylagazine . . . seri-
ously . . .
The people that make it like it, too Q . .
they have an awful lot of fun figuring out
which story goes where . . . and why . . . and
if they finally decide it shouldnat go any-
where . . . we don't blame them . . . we
wouldn't print it either . . . they have dead-
lines, too . . . but they meet ,em . . . and . . .
so help me . . . that's somethin' . . . proofs . . .
proofs . . . where are the proofs? . . . for Pete's
sakes . . . send them up in a taxi . . . quick
. . . long distance . . . Hudson . . . frantic
telephoning . . . if that darned budget cut
goes through, we'll have to cut out one issue
. . . let's use the same cover this time and
save money . . . tricky cover once you've
figured it out . . . especially the "danger,
hole in the ice" part . . . deadline signs have
a habit of disappearing . . . another evidence
of State's kleptomaniac tendencies . . . board
meeting . . . half an hour late . . . Hertel
breezing in from Milne English office . . . or
The Statesman in the making . . .
maybe from Mickey . . . Duncan . . . our
poet laureate . . . a jug of wine . . . a loaf of
bread . . . and thou beside me in the wilder-
ness . . . thatis our Dune . . . Rosenberg . . .
ambling over from the library . . . not that
he went there to study . . . Abelove . . .
toujours l'artiste . . . that Dibble . . . tearing
her hair in Milne so Johnny can smooth it
out . . . Blanche . . . what the well dressed
college girl should wear . . . including knee
high socks . . . Denmark . . . always tending
to business . . . not saying what kind . . . did
somebody get that ad from that Pinball
Machine Company? . . . McGregor dashing
down from Husted . . . smelling vilely . . .
confidentially . . . Haser . . . and all the other
membersgof the staff . . . more power to
you! . .
MISS B. M. AVERY
DR. RALPH BEAVER
MISS MARGARET BETZ
MISS MARION CHEESEBROUGH
DR. GERTRUDE DOUGLAS
MR. RAYMOND F ISK
MISS AGNES FUTTERER
MR. CLARENCE HIDLEY
MISS EVELYN WELLS
MISS EVELYN JOHNSON
DR. THOMAS KINSELLA
DR. CARLETON MOOSE
DR. M. G. NELSON
MISS C. W. PELTZ
MR. J. W. STURM
DR. H. W. THOMPSON
MISS E. Q. WALLACE
Signum Laudis . . . those to he praised the
most . . . the first four per cent of the senior
class . . . Esther Lane . . . pres . . . dashing off
to Cornell for week-ends . . deiinitely not
stooging . . . Sully . . . always dashing around
. . . Harp . . . everyhodyis Dream Man . . .
definitely not stooging . . . Karpen . . . music
. . . Elson . . . athletics . . . Flax . . . jitter-
hugging . . . Brown . . . liartiste . . . and so on
. . . who says they're stooges . . . you're only
griping . . . some people are just naturally
bright . . . and some have sense enough to
study sometimes . . . PED regrets that second
semester members aren't announced 'til weid
gone to press . . . anyway, it's a swell organ-
ization . . . and we salute you . .
PI GAMMA MU
MRS LESTER EGELSTOW DR M C NELSON
DR ROBERT FREDERICK MISS ELIZABETH QHAVER
MR CLARFNCE HIDLEY DR DONNALV SMITH
DR. ADAM WALKER
MARJORIE M CNAIR
JOHN W ALDEN
Pi Gamma iwlll . . . "making history" . . . theory and practice . . . decorating bulletin
V Harp as Pres ' ' ' Composed of mai0fS and boards . . . discussions . . . food and enter-
minors in Social Studies . . . and who have a . . . Alb 7 ff . l
B average . . . social studies profs . . . meet-
ings at their homes . . . suhstitu
TEIIHHICIIT . . . 3CtlVC 111 8.113 3 all'S . .
1 h, attend all kinds of meetinvs. . . town . . .
te 'eac ing
forum the student bod ' owes a vote of
of History 2 when Mr. Hidley was ill . . . ' ' ' 7
remedial classes for Frosh . . . co
rrelation of thanks to Pi Gamma Mu and its faculty . . .
KA PPA PHI KA PPA
DR. A. K. BEIK PROF. C. HIDLEY
MR. PAUL BULGER DEAN M. G. NELSON
MR. RAYMOND FISK DR. C. MOOSE,
DR. R. W. FREDERICK DR- J -. M- SAYLES
DR. J. A. HICKS DR. D. V. SMITH
DR. E. B. SOUTH
LARRY BALOG .
DR. A. K. BEIK
NORMAN DEN EEF
GEORGE N OONAN
. I Treasurer
F aculqy Advisor
DARWIN VAN KEURAN
me N - M
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Debit to cash and credit to sales . . . one
of the theme songs of the commerce depart-
ment . . . fifty cents, please, 001111116106
department members, and you'll be included
on the roll of the Commerce Club . . . why
belong? . . . it can help you . . . its aim . . . to
develop interest and knowledge of students
in practical business procedures and customs,
to supplement theoretical classroom training.
What has it done this year? . . . has had
interesting and helpful meetings . . . so Toad
Fairbank, president, says . . viewed pictures
of Port of Albany . . . sponsored a typing
demonstration by Miss Stella Willens . . .
world champion typist . . . members of the
club this year have been assisting the faculty
members of the commerce department . . .
correcting papers . . . and going over account-
ing practice sets . . . Dr. Kinsella, Milne's
commerce supervisor is the club's faculty
advisor . . .
First meeting . . . Professor York greeted
the Freshmen and welcomed upperclassmgn
. . . cited the importance of teaching Com,
merce in the field of education today . , , also
emphasized value of club work in the build-
ing of personality and its importance . . . in
the curriculum . . . at another meeting Dr,
Kinsella spoke . . . advised a generalized
course plus some specialization . . . also urged
practice teachers to read and follow instruc-
tion sheets given them . . .
Activities of the club have been well
carried out . . . President Fairbank has been
ably assisted by Florence Gebe . . . Lois
Game . . . Carl Morotto . . . other officers . . .
and Jack Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief of Com-
Forum . . . issued by members of Commerce
Club . . . provides an open forum for the
discussion of problems of commercial educa-
tion . . . includes activities of the club . . .
even jokes and poems included . . . three
issues put out this year . . . well worth read-
ing . . . Professor York faculty advisor . . .
Dear Sir, I have received . .
Off for Colgate and points West . . .
With Mr. Hardy as coach, the varsity
squad carried a full schedule . . . over
twenty home and away inter-collegiate
meetings . . . 1 '
First meeting at Colgate . . . State next
played host to five colleges . . . Dr. Rienow
was guest speaker . . .
Rochester . . . the boys at Niagara engi-
neered a successful round table . . . the girls
at Wfells engineered . . .
International affairs were the keynotes of
discussions . . . the question resolved: that
the United States should follow a policy of
strict military and economic isolation toward
all nations outside the Western hemisphere
engaged in international or civil conflict, was
the one most frequently considered . . . one
of the most interesting debates was with
St. Rose College of Albany . . .
Various forms of debate were used during
the season . . . Oregon . . . round table . . .
formal . . . panel discussion . . .
Resolved: that we shall go on record . . .
A squad of ambitious Freshmen turned
out this fall . . . carried a heavy schedule and
did well r... coached by Mr. Jones . . .
Highlight of the season was the State
Debater's Convention at Colgate on the
week-end of April 27 . . . State's delegation
was headed by members of council . . Fried-
man . . . Lommitzer . . . Grattan . . . Murray
. . . Sullivan . . . Wilson . . . Snell . . . com-
mittee hearings were held on diverse ques-
tions . . .
Looking forward to successful 1940-'41
season . . . we'll miss seniors . . . welcome
new members . . .
Mr. Chairman . . .
Student Christian Association . . . two
years old at State . . . a wide variety of pro-
grams to suit all interests . . . boys and giI'lS
together . . . Torchlight service in the fall . . .
new cabinet pledges . . . impressive . . . Frosh
reception . . . bonfire . . . Activities Day . . .
sign up for the commission you'd like to work
with . . . students and religion with Mary
and Mike . . . social action with Mac and
Bob . . . Marriage education with Miss
Johnson and Mr. Powell . . . Club X with
Gerry and Ed . . . can you sing? . . . sign up
for the choir . . . Freshman Commission
meeting . . . all the frosh . . . electing officers
. . . Curly Taylor . . . new Pres . . .
Fall state-wide conference at Cornell . . .
big delegation from State . . . wonderful
experience for those attending . . . they
brought some of it back to the stay-at-
homes . . . November state council meeting
Take a letter, Pres . . .
here . . . Vassar . . . Colgate . . . and others
our guests . . . have you room at your house
for three men to sleep tonight? . . . well,
have we? . . . Ray and Kay . . . traveling
secretaries . . . grand persons . . .
Selling candy in the group houses . , ,
cigarettes . . H. squashed peppermint parties
. . . absolutely no charge accounts . . . social
action . . . sociology not in a textbook . . .
experiences . . . teaching Sunday Sehgol
classes . . . scouts . . . boy's club . . .
Paul Harris . .V . just back from Europe . . .
assembly talk . . . lounge at 3:30 . . . world
affairsrin a new light . . . Thanksgiving ser-
vices at noon . . . the church in back of
Draper . . . Marriage Commission speaker
. . . should you go steady in college . . . is
eighteen too early for a girl to be married . . .
if she's in love . . . what is love, anyway . . .
informative . . . grand discussion . . . panel
discussion with Dr. Hicks . . . Dr. Hayes . . .
and others . . . fun . . . Freshman Commission
working . . . teas . . . dancing classes . . .
more fun . . . Christmas chapel service . . .
candles . . . lovely . . . carolling . . . trip to
the Ann Lee home with candy . . .
Organ music at noon during exams . . .
restful and soothing . . . thoughts of that
E paper you just wrote fade away . . . Carl
Sandburg . . . everybody knows him . . .
weire lucky we got this opportunity to hear
him . . . S.C.A. wonvt have to worry about
the budget cut anyway . . .
Cozy little oflice . . . music at noon . .
freshmen keeping the place in order . . -
making posters . . . Helen Curtis buzzing
What's coming up? . . .
around . . . accomplishing miracles . . . bet
she eats Pep for breakfast . . . so does Kings-
ley . . . Trainor and Martin always having
conferences . . . loads of people always ready
to help . . . College Sunday at First Pres . . .
lots of us there . . . Parson Bob reading
scripture . . . Club X going quietly on its
way . . . noon meetings for commuters and
"working -our-way-through -collegei' students
. . . Virginia reels . . . fun . . . housing prob-
lems . . . tour the Dead End of Albany . . .
let's do something about it . . . James Robin-
son . . . young negro minister from Harlem
. . . religion and philosophy of his race . . .
buffet supper . . . spirituals . . .
Five cents buys you a coke . . . five cents
pays a Chinese student's board for a week
. . . give . . . help the Chinese . . . Confucius
say . . . rice and chop suey dinners at group
houses . . . March conferences at Vassar . . .
another big delegation . . . loads of new ideas
and plans . . . enthusiasm . . . plans for Fresh-
man Camp next fall . . . the poor frosh must
be attended to spiritually as well as athletic-
ally . . . Moving-Up Day . . . a new president
. . . a man this year for the first time . . . new
officers . . . looking forward to a grand new
year . . . plans . . . plans . . . plans . . . Silver
Bay winding up S.C.A.'s years . . . a won-
derful week . . . life is wonderful . . . so is
Help the Chinese . . .
Center of activity for State's Catholics . . .
Frosh reception . . . newcomers . . . tea for
Catholic women . . . Miss Futterer . . . Miss
Clancy . . . pourers . . . lace tablecloths . . .
shining silver . . . congenial, friendly atmos-
phere . . . regular meetings . . . every other
Thursday . . . Father Cahill . . . advisor . . .
Club council . . . Grattan, membership . . , l
Gabriel, religion . . . Cashman, publicity . . ,
Novelli, social chairman . . . co-ordinating
body of club . . . outlining plans . . . suggest-
ing . . . helping . . . Holy Hour before each fy
First Friday . . . Our Lady of Lourdes grotto
. . . uplifting . . . annual Harvest dance . . .
rounds . . . squares . . . jitterbugs . . . good I
benediction . . . in chapel of St. Catherine of
Alexandria . . . opening prayer . . . Ryan
wielding gavel . . . Mickey reading minutes
. . . vice-pres Brown lending a hand . . .
treasurer Leary collecting dues . . . diversi-
lied programs . . . inspirational talks . . '
Monsignor Glavin . . . lecture on Holy
Shroud . . . debates . . . motion pictures . . .
crowning of Pope Pius XII . . . philosophical
discussions . . . existence of soul . . . problems
solved . . . questions asked . . . social pro-
grams . . . Freshman night . . . Walter's magic
. . . . refreshments in Rec . . . games . . . danc-
ing . . . well-rounded evenings . . . Newman
We hold the reins while
the others gallop on . . -
music . . . grand time . . . Lenten retreat . . .
services Holy Names Academy . . . sermons
. . . Father Wood . . . renewed feeling of f
penance . . . communion breakfast . . . mass .
in grotto . . . Holy Communion . . . Mr. Hahn 1
from St. Rose . . . songs . . . fun and serious-
ness . . . week-end well spent . . . St. Pat-
rick's Eve dance . . . Irish . . . Ryanis band I
. . . green . . . convention central New York 3
Province Newman Clubs . . . Hobart . . . l
own delegates . . . McKeon . . . vice-president 5
of conventlon . . . our motto: "heart speak- E
eth to heartwg our hope: to fulfill it to the A
utmost. I 3
OTHER RELIGIOUS CLUBS
Every . . . well, not every . . . one . . . but
most State students are quite serious . . .
several times a week . . . that's as it should be
. . . even though we donit have daily chapel
. . . plenty of opportunities for us not to
stray from the fold . . . S. C. A. offers many
varied programs . . . something for everybody
. . . and then there's Newman Club . . . and
then, there's the other church clubs . . .
groups you don't hear so much about . . .
because they're not so highly organized . . .
and they don't have so much money to put
on dances and parties . . . and then there's
not so many students proportionately to
belong to these clubs, either . . . but it's not
the money . . . it's the spirit behind . . .
groups of kids of one religion like to get
together every so often . . . at their churches
. . . and talk things out . . . up at the Friendf
ship House . . . on upper State Street . . . the
Lutherans get together every three weeks
. . . cook their own suppers, too . . . chile con
carne seems to be a hot favorite . . . President
Metz always dashing off to conferences in
Pennsylvania . . . nice Work if youcan get it
. . . paternal Dr. Frontz guarding his little
sheep . . . after supper . . . washing dishes . . .
they have discussions on all sorts of things
. . . Life and Love included . . . Jewish stu-
dents have their own Menorah meetings
every other Tuesday . . . Haskell Rosenberg
swings the gavel there . . . more discussions
on problems . . . Canterbury Club takes
under its Wing all the Episcopal students . . .
Ellen ,lebbett presides . . . Judson Club and
Baptist Club were discontinued this year . . .
maybe we'll see them again . . . down at
First Presbyterian Rev. Blake has Young
People's meetings Sunday nights . . . very
nice . . . all these clubs have Freshman recep-
tions early in the school year . . . opportunity
for every student even though far away from
home to keep up with his own church . . .
minimum dues . . . small parties . . . and
something more . . . something that just
ca11't be defined . .
TAUGHT T0 'ms
run: or A
s ff MN'
School days . . . school days . . . in our modern schools,
we don't use hickory sticks any more . . . returning alums
tell us they wish they could sometimes . . . practice teach-
ers in Milne second the motion . . . adolescent psych . , ,
bring Oni inn individuality of inn child by kind nnnnnnni
. . . Dr. Candlyn with his stick -. . . he uses it to good
advantage, though . . . the science profs with their measur-
ing rods . . . but even though it's not really there . . . the
hickory stick symbolically lords it over us . . . term papers
. . . term papers . . . reading reports . . . practice sets . . .
lesson plans . . ., mid-sems . . . lab experiments . . . Milne
supervisors . . . unit plans . . . finals . . . and the big stick
. . . recommendation for a job . . . gee, wonder if Iill ever
get a job . . . flunked so many times when I was a Fresh-
man . . . altogether, we have a pretty swell faculty . . .
they can't help it if the State requires such and such . . .
they'll do their darndest for you . . really . . . theyire
right there behind you batting for you . . . maybe you
won't realize it till you're a hoary alum . . . but it's the
truth . . . so help me . . . even the Milne supervisors are
grand eggs . . . when you get to know them . . . and youill
get that chance sooner or later . . . when they tell you
things, it's for your own good . . . youill wish they'd told
you more when you get out in the field next year . . .
High spots in college are when you have faculty to
dinners . . . or suppers . . . or teas . . . or anyway, when
they're your guests . . . they relax andyou relax . . . they
smoke and you smoke . . . they joke and you joke . . .
closer relationships . . . fun . . . playing bridge with the
math department . . . no fun . . . they always win! . . .
Snapping pictures of you when you're not looking . V. . and
you snapping pictures of them when they're not looking
. . . did you see those dandy photos by the faculty up in
the art rooms? . . .
At 8:10 we call them names . . . at 4:30 likewise . . . but
after all . . . we love them . . . God bless ,em . . . and,
scout's honor, this isn't apple polishing!
College of the Empire State
Seems to me I spend most of my time . . .
spare and otherwise . . , talking to various
faculty members . . . and have I been accused
of apple-polishing . . . maybe I do . .S . but I
like to think I'm just naturally friendly . . .
anyway found there are some defi-
nitely interesting people, around here . . . I
used to be awed by D. V .... but I've found
he's grand to talk to . . . even though he's
always up to his neck in papers . . . and books
. . . and committees . . . and social studies
programs . . . you see Rienowis tie today?
. . . it was lavender . . . how can one person
know so many things . . . and still be as
human as this man is? . . . and look at Mrs.
Egelston . . . her lectures in History 120
floored me . . . felt as if I should be copying
down everythingthat was said . . . instead, I
just gazed at her in amazement . . . or some-
thing . . . maybe that's why I only hit a 'QC7'
Dr. Body, Boots, and Britches . . .
in the course . . . Qas if that's the lowest mark
I ever' receivedll . . . I've begun to think
extensive notes are somewhat foolish . . .ever
been in any of Walker's classes? . . . there's
a man for you . . . more idealistic and soundly
philosophic .' . . taking notes would be silly
. . . I like to just let what he says soak in . . .
and he never runs out of anecdotes . .A . Baker
is another interesting person . . . he looks so
"Englishy" . . . and is his wife pretty . . .
young enough to be a State student herself
. . . just banged into .Miss Shaver over in
Milne . . . ah, Milne . '. . "I cannot hold thee
close enough" . . . heh, heh . . . where was I?
. . . on, Miss Shaver . . . she's a grand super-
visor . . . along with Taylor . . . I wonder
what he does with all those unit plans,
incidentally? . . . wish I'd tasted some of that
apple pie he baked . . . and it's leap year,
gals . . . quit crowding, will you? . . . he's not
the only eligible . . . look at Allard. . . and
Densmore . . . Wow! . . . donit you like super-
visors, but yes? . . . those two are insepar-
ables . . . and smooth ones, too . . . oh, to
practice teach . . . Qlilrench and Englishj . . .
now that they are here . . . speaking of Milne
. . . isn't Freddie great . . . that chuckle of his
just sets me right . . . talking ,with him
always lifts me up a peg or two . . . there goes
Hicks and Sisk . . . laughing as per usual . . .
those two make a good combination . .
similar -and yet different as night and day . . .
Hicks with that sort of humble air . . . and he
could be one of the most conceited of indi-
viduals . . . he knows more about us than we
know about ourselves . . . there's always a
s ng of people in the Ed. office waiting to
see him . . . and Sisk grins . . . and drawls . . .
and gives forth samples of his dry humor . . .
and you burst out laughing . . . and feel
kinda dumb . . . cause he hasnit cracked a
smile . . . heill do anything for you, though
. . . and is never too busy to listen to you . . .
C. Cfs CSmithD twang fascinates me . . . it
reminds me of Dean Nelson . . . I dunno why
. . . Nelson is great, too . . . seems as though
Footlights and greasepaint . . .
he's looking right through you . . . and you
wonder whether or not he likes what he sees
. . . and you honestly care . . . thereis the good
old math department . . . once I took Trig
under Birchy . . . and- once under DoBell . . .
and once under Beaver . . . and I liked all
three of these people . . . why didn't I major
in math? . . . golly, I ought to have the stuff
down pat by now . . . but I never did get to
Miss Stokes and Miss Lester . . . it amazes
Art for art's sake . . .
me to think that I missed them . . . wonder
how that happened . . . oh, well . . . I did all
right in English . . . did I show you the
sketch I made of Hastings . . . doesn't look
much like him, but it was fun to do . . . his
tweed suits just hit me right . . . I love 'em
. . . and Dr. Tommie's courses are great . . .
his sense of humor is astounding . . . how
does he accumulate so much knowledge . . .
did you hear him on Albany's "Information,
Please?" . . . and Hardy was fine, too . . . his
voice is perfect for radio . . . makes yo
swell up with pride to think such people ar
our faculty . . . there goes Jones with his
raccoon coat . . . doesn't he look like a hu e
teddy bear . . . look at the red cap . . . that
man sure is an individual, isn't he? . . . and
one we like a heckuva lot . . . third floor
Richardson . . . Room 32 . . . the Misses
Peltz . . . Futterer . . . and Hanley . . . adjoin-
ing this office, Miss Phillips' domain . . .
lotsa books and papers . . . themes, term-
papers . . . third floor-opposite end . . . Miss
Pritchard and Library School . . . many,
many books . . . many files . . . the girls
strictly un-librarianish . . . pleasant atmos-
phere . . . Miss Gilmour a definite asset . . .
much liked by all . . . got an aspirin? . . . my
head's whirling . . . a quick trip to the
Hygiene office . . . if Croasy isnit in, Green
will be . . . both most sympathetic and under-
standing . . . get Dr. Green to tell you about
her cat . . . she watches its vitamins, too . . .
a little exercise might clear up the mental fog
. . shoot over to Miss Johnston . . . or Miss
Hitchcock . . . or?fHatfield . . . theyill put you
through your paces . . . and give
you all sorts of exercise . . . even
creative dancing . . . I mean it!
. . . Phewl .. . something smells
. . . might have known it . . . I'm
in Husted H511 . . . might have
known it . . . Clausen and Power
and Douglas and Scotland are
cutting up again . . . remember
the day the frog got away from
you . . . and some bright soul
remarked that frog's eggs re-
sembled tapioca- . . . so I left the
lab . . . cause I'd just eaten pud-
ding of the aforementioned con-
sistency . . . and I flunked biology .
. . . and had to struggle through
the course all over again . . . why A
didn't I minor in Sciences? . . . j , A
DoBell lets her stoke up . . .
watchful waiting . . . 'A
oh, well . . . I like socia dies anyway, gh
yeah! . . . something' otten in the Chem
department . . . and it smells like eggs . . ,
Kennedy and Schwanker . . . Sturm and
Betz . . . did you ever stroll through their
department? . . . interesting, but . . . and the
Annex and Cafeteria in the same building . . .
let's see . . . fI'm writing copy, you knowj
. . . wish I were in the Commerce department
. . .Vit wouldn't' take a sec to count, then . . .
the Com department . . . good fellows there,
too . . . York . . . startling eyebrows . . . some-
day I'll do a caricature of him . . . and Kin-
sella . . . bump into him in Milne every day
. . . looks like a busy person . . . Terrill and
Terwilhger . . . for some dumb reason I get few anecdotes that occur in classes . . . like
them confused . . . Clike the day I saw Hicks
the time . . . but why go into that now? . . .
and Sisk and said "Hello, Dr. Sicks and the model rooms Mrs. Barsom and her home
Dr. Hiskwj-what a dummy I turned out to ec classes set up . . . at this point I'd like to
The inside story . . .
be-Twiggy in Com 117 . . . torts and tri-
angles Ctwo men and a womanj . . . Mr.
Cooper is nice, too . . . to say the least . . .
even if we did have a budget cut . . . and
wouldn't you think Bulger had plenty to do
without teaching besides? . . . wonder .if
Miss Avery has any eight o'clock classes?
. . . she must have to get up at dawn to get
here . . . remember the day she couldn't get
to Albany? . . . too much snow and stuff . . .
golly, we have quite a faculty . . . how can
I hit them all? . . . frankly, I can't' . . . a
shock of white hair ambles by . . . slow, but
sure . . . Dr. Beik . . . at that, he walks faster
than Hastings . . . nice looking, isnit he? . . .
time out while I shoot over to Milne . . .
back again . .I . bumped into Miss Wheeling
. . . wonder how her History of Milne is
coming . . . maybe we could help . . . with a
ask Morris about my I. Q .... Iive a pecu-
liarly moronish feeling . . . mine is the
wandering I. Q .... maybe Iim turning into
the artistic type . . . in that event, I'd better
go see Miss Hutchins . . . or Miss Martin . . .
I should have taken that course about bulle-
tin boards . . . they ought to pin me on one
. . . exhibit A . . . "flat pattern" . . . wander-
ing down to the co-op . . . wonder if Miss
Burnett will have a bargain sale today . . .
once I remember, I thought of majoring in
languages . . . Spanish . . . French . . .
German . . . it's a good thing I dropped out
. . . of my own volition . . . understand . . .
and can't you see me plowing through Latin
courses . . . "all Gaul is divided into three
parts" . . . so what? . . . as I recall, the one
Latin word I enjoyed saying was "Fui" . . .
and I'm saying it now . . . and Mr. Pearson
. . taking time out for tea . . . and dances
. . . oh, heck . . . how does a man like Mahar
have time for twelve children? . . . isn't it
amazing? . . . and isn't Decker an observing
person? . . . imagine one man handling a
whole department . . . in Spanish class,
Dewey or don't we? . . .
Stinard pauses . . . leaves the subject on
hand to discuss the war situation . . . a mild
looking man . . . with a definite sense of
humor . . . shares an office with Mahar . . .
and close to them dwells Miss Dobbin . . .
will you ever forget Springdingus last year
. . . and the blue velvet evening gown . . .
oh yes, our faculty are all right, all right . . .
doesn't Mr. Bergin look sleepy . . . but he's
much different in class . . . or so I hear . . . I
used to watch him wandering around in his
own sort of individual way . . . and won-
dered what he was like . . . and if he ever
looked wide-awake . . . but he always looks
the same . . . sort of sleepy . . . and easy-
going . . . but happy . . . and placid . . . Miss
Preston and Miss Smith . . . two nice looking
women . . . with nice clothes . . . wandered
over to the auditorium this afternoon . . .
sat in on a chorus class . . . Dr. Candlyn
f'I'homas Frederick Handelj officiating . . .
and does he know his music . . . always
wanted to take a course in music apprecia-
tion . . . everyone who's had it thinks it's the
cream . Q . and after chorus, I watched a
play rehearsal . . . remembered courses with
Futterer . .I . what a dynamic person-
ality . . . I've never seen the woman look or
act all dragged out . . . and I look like last
night's salad at 3:30 in the afternoon . . .
where does one find such perpetual sparkle
. . . unless it's in the eyes of Dr. Scotland and
Miss Wallace . . . they always look so alive
and bubbly over . . . and I thought Latin
was a dead language . . . and biology a kinda
buggy bore . . . but it seems I waswrong
again . . . incidentally, teaching in Milne has
led to many pleasant acquaintances . . . such
as Dr. Moose . . . who is definitely wrapped
up in Mrs. and Baby Moose . . . and I love
to watch him with the Milne orchestra . . .
blowing away . . . and directing . . . and doing
a good job . . . and having a lot of fun doing
it .X . . and there's Miss Conklin . . . who keeps
looking pleasant . . . and doesnit look at all
the foreboding supervisor . . . for that mat-
ter, I can't think of anyone in Milne who's
particularly ominous . . . just wish I knew
some people better than I do . . . funny little
things I'm going to remember about this
place . . . like Dr. Hastings' flush when he
laughs hard . . . and Tommie's chuckle
bursting into a loud "heh, heh" . . . Hicks
eating a pistachio cone . . . or apple . . . or
lollipop that some student brought in at
beginning of class . . . and being put out of
the library by Miss Cobb when I lost my
shoes and giggled too loudly . . . and all the
help those librarians will give you if you
merely ask . . . always forgetting that Dr.
Freddie really should be called Frederick . . .
and knowing that he doesn't mind, anyhow
. . . and being asked to close the Window in a
classroom . . . forgetting I had slipped my
shoes off, and ending up a much embarrassed
on the Hardy or the Jones family . . . why do
I always think of those two at the same time
. . . remembering Jones as Campus Queen in
Springdingus . . . and Beaver as an attendant
. . . and Croasie, Moreland, Dobbin, and
Egelston as attendants . . . seeing the faculty
stripped of their dignity . . . liking and
respecting I them all the more for being so
very, very human . . . thinking back upon
the faculty wives . . . gentlemen still prefer
blondes . . . at least, Mr. Cooper does . . .
and we O.K. his judgment . . . and how grand
all the wives are . . . taking in visits to school
systems and institutions . . . and jails . . . and
so forth . . .with Miss Wheeling . . . and
Looks like a dose of
Latin . . . y
student . . . and eating Cheese 'tid-bits dur- Mr. Taylor . . . and Hicks . . . and Baker . . .
ing Poly Sci lectures . . . admiring Dr. and Walker . . . thinking "this is the life . . .
Rienow very, very much . . . how does he I'm glad I'm at Statelii . . . hating to see the
keep his hat on the side of his head . . . four years end . . . yet being glad, in a way
admiring lots of other people, too . . . talking . . . wondering if we'll all be coming back
with Walker about religion . . . and books . . . from time to time . . . and will the faculty
4 0 0 ' Q
and plctures . . . and driving out to drop 1n remember us.
I fx-X. L
A bevy of females . . . housing quarters . . . sorority
houses . . . the Dorm . . . co-operatives . . . have you any
extra bobby pins? . . I. I've got to do my hair up tonight . . .
damn that phone . . . will somebody please answer it? . . .
tell him to call later . . . I'm in the tub . . . and, incidentally
. . . cold water . . . has anyone an extra pair of stockings?
. . . I just popped a runner . . . and I can't wear ankle-
socks . . . good grief, is he here already? . . . somebody give
him a book to read . . . it's a great life . . . chiseling every-
thing from cigarettes to soap . . . anyone want to make a
fourth at bridge? . . . right . . . now all we need is akthird
. . . just a "couple" of hands after dinner . .' . dancing, too
. . . and vics . . . and records . . . lots of them . . . and bull
sessions where the feline instinct runs rampant. . .much
dissension among the ranks . . . verbal smatterings of
everything from religion to run-down heels . . . on shoes,
of course! . . . say, I've been campused for two weeks ., . .
I didn't know what time it was . . . but the house presi-
dent did! . . . is there anything to eat? . . . what happened
to my dessert from dinner? . . . I was saving it! . . . and
where's that box from home . . . don't blame it on the rats
again . . . can't a girl even have an orange to call her
own? . . . it seems like she canlt have anything else . . . rule
of the house . . . first up, best dressed . . . and that's no
lie! . . . little gals in calico aren't so bad at all, at all . . .
if you don't believe it, just look around . . . and can they
be intellectual! . . . ever peek into a group house around
exam time? . . .A quiet hours . . . lots of papers . . . little
sleep . . . much smoke . . . little noise . . . all night sessions
on all sorts of subjects . . . lots of black coffee . . . and many
prayers . . . what a life! . . . but we love it! . . . week-ends
the light of our lives . . . dates . . . dances . . . games . . .
plays . . . couldnit I take my senior hour tonight? . . . I
might never see him again . . . crowded porches . . . and
vestibules . . . heavy silence . . . then . . . "It,s one oiclock,
kids" . . . hurried good-nights . . . see you tomorrow's . . .
and inside . . . gab fests . . . who'ja see? . . . what'ja do?
. . . who was he with? . . . what did she wear? . . . and so
on . . . and so forth . . . into the night . . . this is life in a
soror house! . . .
Walkin' through the Wvinter Wvonderland
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Notes in the mail-box .- . . lntersorority
Council meeting at noon tomorrow . . . Boom
100 . . . important . . . signed by Gerry
Thompson, secretary . . . no formal rush
rules during the first two weeks of school . . .
so . . . watch the sorority girls! . . . freshmen
with sorors . . . at the Boul . . . in the Annex
.. . . the cafeteria . . . in the Commons . . .S
even in the library . . . meet them the first
couple of weeks . . . get to know them then
. . . itis your best chance . . . intersorority tea
. . . a chance for the freshmen to look over
the girls in their own groups . . . a chance for
the sorority girls to look over the freshmen
. . . "Oh, please stay at'our table for one
more dance . . . we hate to have you move
on to the next table . . . oh, you want to go
to all the tables this afternoon? . . . O.K." . . .
"Jane, this is Barbara McDonald .- . . oh,
you've met before?" . . . and Betty moved
back to herlown table . . .' "Did you see that
girl I just had? . . . what a dancer! . . .
stepped all over my feet! . . ." "Oh, there's
that frosh who is such a swell dancer . . .
may I cut?" . . . And so it goes from 2 'til 5
. . . at 5:30 let's look in at a sorority house
. . . Oh, my feet! . . . did you see that smooth
frosh with the red hair? . . . Oh, my feet! . . .
I'm dead tired . . . and we do this every year!
. . . that little one was sort of cute . . . but
oh . . . that dress! . . . but maybe it's worth
it . . . my feet! . . . oh, for a pair of slippers!
. . . rules begin now . . . and such stupid rules
. "Be careful" warns Fay Scheer, president
. . . don 't break rules or you'll forfeit an
' s Leaders all . . .
orchestra for tea dance or suspension fora
year . . . don't even turn around quick . . .
someone might think youire after a fresh-
man . . . it doesn't pay to take chances . . .
notes in the mail-box . . . to sorority presidents
. . . Normy Wells, Phil Iannotti, Ellen Peder-
son, Betty Hardie, and the rest . . . please
pay your bills to Council for tea . . . Bella
Lashinsky, treasurer . . . we hated to see
Delta Omega, State's oldest sorority leave
Council . . . it would have been fun to have
Clarkie with us here, too . . . Council meets
to cllscuss formal rush partles declded to
move sllent perlod up to Tuesday pledge
Wednesday discussion 1n meetings about
l1m1t1ng number of frosh each sorority may
pledge meetlng conducted by Fran Fleld
vice presldent a committee made up of
Allce Brown, Marie Metz, and Ruth Don
nelly to revise rush rules lntersororlty
Ball 1n May sororltv girls wlth State and
out of qtate men a terrific success
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lots of people . . . oh, look . . . thereis Betty
. . . you remember her . . . she looks as though
her job is paying well . . . Saturday noon are
alumni luncheons . . . grads return to the
fold . . . some worn and haggard from years
of teaching . . . others still going strong with
only a year or two of experience to their
credit . . . and a lucky few who have gained
one or two ringsfor the ring Hngers of their
left hands . . . and what bull sessions! . . .
Look pretty . .
"Do you remember the party at the Edge-
wood back in 735?,' . . . and the picnics at
Indian Ladder . . . what fun we used to have
. . . and so on . . . ,til night . . . and then house
dances . . . far into the night . . . everyone
going round from house to house to see old
friends who have already started out to see
them . . . mix-up and fun . . .
So goes the story of Inter-
sorority Council . . . headaches
over rush rules and parties . . .
ironing out difficulties between
sororities . . . enforcing rules we
don't like . . . but what would
we do without it? . . .
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MRS. E. A. MARX
FAY SCHEER . . President
DORIS GROSSMAN . Vice-President
MIRIAML SHAPIRO . SQCVUUVQ'
ESTELLE ENGLEHARDT TTC!!-Slifer
SHIRLEY KAPLAN PIELEN RUBIN F.-KY SCHEER
LILLIAN RIVKIND NIIRIAM SHAPIRO
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MR. AND MRS. BARNARD BRONSON
MR. AND MRS. ELLIOT HATFIELD
DR. AND MRS. J. A. HICKS
MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE HIDLEY
DR. AND MRS. C. C. SMITH
FRANCES FIELD A . - President
DOROTHY PRITCHARD - ViC9-PrPSil1f2Ill
HARRIET SPRAGUE . Secretary
BETTY PARROTT Treasurer
MARY JANE EVANS
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GERALDINE THOMPSON President
LUELLA HESS . . Vice-President
HATTIE CONKLIN . Secretary
DORIS SAUNDERS Treasurer
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Mas. AARON STRAUSS
BELLA LASHINSKY . Pfe-Sideflt
.SARAH HOROWITZ . Vice-President
FREIDA DIAMOND Secretary
ELINOR ,SCHLESINGER Treasurer
HARRIET LEVINE CECILE POCKROSS
FREIDA DIAMOND SARAH HOROWITZ BELLA LASHINSKY
HENRIETTA ABRAMOVITZ RUTH FREEMAN ESTELLE NATHANSON
DOROTHY BROOKS ABLENE GREENFIELD ELINOR SCHLESINGER
GOLDY CLOPMAN BEATRICE GINSBERG PEARL STARR
PROF. AND MRS. CHARLES BARKER
MRS. ABRAM R. BRUBACHER
DR. AND MRS. T. F. CANDLYN
MRS. MARTHA EGELSTON
MARIE B. METZ
ELEANOR M. PRATT .
MISS FLORA HFANDLEY
DR. AND MRS. CARLETON MOOSE
DR. AND MRS. ROBEIIT RIENOW
PROF. AND MRS. D.ANIEL SNADER
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KAARIN TERVO . Vice-President
GERALDINE PLEAT . Secretary
BLANCHE WATERMAN Treasurer
KATHLEEN BUTLER EDNA POTTER ISABELLE RA.xjIEL
PHILOMENA IANNOTTI MILDRED SELDEN
JOSEPHINE LABECKY GERALDINE PLEAT KAIKIQIN TERVO
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MR. RAYMOND FISK
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Women's Athletic Association . . . all
student tax-paying women are eligible for
membership . . . bet some of you slinky,
smoothy sirens didn't know that . . . or do
you . . . Margie Baird was a swell pres . . .
keeps fit with fudge bars . . . Ginny Elson
took over as vice-pres when Marge wasn't
there . . . Ginny and Hessney are both on
Honor Council, too . . . even W. A. Afers
have to worry about the budget cut . . . can
we ever get away from it . . . Fran Biani
managed to balance the books, however . . .
Kay Petersen was the scribe and Dee Peak
the keeper-in-tune of all singing . . . fun . . .
Maddy Beers kept the office neat as a pin
. . . don't you know where A. Afs ofiice is?
well, Pm surprised . . .up in Miss ,lohnson's
office . . . above the gym and below the stage
. . . Miss Johnson guides A. A .... thinks
best while knitting . . . Anita Holm's the gal
whois responsible for all those little bits of
sports reporting in the News . . . and Bert
Petit's the guardian of the scrapbook . . .
besides these peoples . . . each class has a
to camp . . .
manager and representative . . . Pryzzy and
Fay Scheer from '-IO . . . llunt and Chappy
from 'All-l . . . De Forest and llaushalter from
'11-2 . . . and lilsie Roth for the Frosh.
Freshman Camp . . . swimming early in
the A. M .... making the Frosh feel at home
. . . games . . . good food . . . fun with the
faeulty . . . fun . . .
Play Day in the fall . . . out at Camp
New blood . . .
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Johnston . . . baseball . . . swimming . . .
food . . . food . . . bonfire . . . singing . . . food
. . . fun . . . Activities Day . . . females Hitting
all over the Commons . . . different costumes
. . . my gawd, I thought that was Cupid . . .
but it was only Izzy Robinson with a bow
and arrow . . . mmmmmmmm, that smoothie
Sports . . . sports to the right of us . . .
sports to the left of us . . . sports to the left
of ous . . . sports . . . tennis . . . basketball . . .
horseback riding . . . pingpong . . . archery
. . . bowling . . . soccer . . . even fencing
. . . name it, you can have it . . . Folk
Festival . . . dances of all countries . . . b
in the swim suit was some number . . . let's just girls . . . jingle bells. . . jingle bells . . . ' ill?
sign up for A. A., fellows . . . look at that A. Afers dashing through the snow . . .sleigh Ky' I
dame in the jodphurs . . . whew . . . Indian rides and ski trails . . . to say nothing of - Q I
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Ladder Hike . . . buses . . . leave college . . . snowshoeing . . . Sports Night with M. A. A. 'a""".".. 7... null.
my, that gagas Old . . . lots of Walking and . . . ah! . . . exhibition of manly brawn and . ,,
eating . . . and walking and eating . . .
struggling down Fat Man's Misery . . . look
at the petrified fish . . . fun . . . Camp Johns-
ton week-ends . . . every few weeks . . . food
. . . bumps . . . beans . . . hikes . . . pancakes
. . . swimming . . . fwhen Clarkie goesj . . .
Lotta Bunkers . . . hiking and camping club
. . . lounge tea . . . modern dancing exhibi-
tion . . . but what does it mean? . . . graceful
. . . resulted in modern-dancing class . . . let
yourself go, girls . . . Sport days with Skid-
more . . . Russell Sage . . . basketball games
. . , teas . . . fun after they once get together-
feminine grace . . . boxing . . . ping-pong . . .,4,,f 4.12-I'
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badminton . . . dancing in the Commons . . . . 1 G. I
cokes . . . 69.4 0454-f
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assembly . . . new council . . . white jackets-4494 o
for Honor Council . . . trucking out to Camp?""""4" Ag' '
.lohnston . . . sun baths . . . alums back . . AA',.a-9" -T
see what the years have added to formerwkj ,hal JA
hardy athletes . . . Spring Award Festivalgryulpd 0-v.q .
. . . one year crediters get class numerals . . . 44.1 J
three year members get a key . . . Cto wearjU0V4:'4
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' My indicative of much chatter, clatter, and and chafing dishes absolutely forbidden but
goings on in general . . . going on all night,
too . . . Orchids to the beautiful freshmen
who keep the buildings perfumed with
flowers from the ardent swains . . . Flying
jokes about the "out-houses" . . . people
tearing out of them at 7:17 to make 7:15
breakfast . . . a committee to officially award
Jane Lamar the medal for no breakfast
attendance ...' that's one way of keeping the
girlish figure . . . South Hall has been the
seat of Myskania's activities this year
as G. G. QGlamour-girlj Tooker has kept
Simmons happy . . . Friday afternoon teas
. . . Miss Morton pouring . . . girls drinking
tea and eating cookies, mostly eating cook-
L-yi' A i y Pei" ' ies g . . Camera fiend "Lyn" Burrows as she
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very much in evidence . . . Sorority girls
smiling sweetly on befuddled freshmen and
acidly at each other . . . Crowds around the
mail-room at 10 o'clock . . . the "Cn and
"K" boxes stuffed to overflowing as Curtis
and Kingsley reap the rewards of their
popularity . . . Winter and the choice of the
terraces as the places to tumble around on
skiis . . . spring and they become a Riviera
sans ocean where the girls attempt to brown
and succeed in burning themselves . . .
Faculty guests at dinner and the soft candle
light . . . "Bea" Dower bringing home her
triumph at the Junior Prom . . . Birthday
parties i11 the P. D. R .... paper hats . . .
llappy Birthday to you . . . Stand Up . . .
Ping-Pong tournaments . . . The anticipation
of male neighbors in men's residence across
the athletic field . . . Room inspection on the
days when no one made her bed . . . Battles
royal in North Hall over who is to occupy
the couch and for how long in the living-room
. . . with Lois Glenar and Curly Taylor win-
ning all rounds ..., l can Tracy in the in-
firmary and "Chester" . . . Fall formal with
Helen Lashcr's lovely stained glass windows
. . . e'Silent. Night. Holy Night" . . . Marian
Kingsley. cute president ol' the dorm con-
ducting meetings .... litterlmgging and its
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acknowledged queens, "Evie" Doyle and
Madeline Hunt . . . Everyone three minutes
late after dorm formal and wholesale
campusing . . . Dean Annie presiding gra-
ciously over a table in the dining room . . .
I Open house for Siena and all the name cards
missing from the doors on second floor . . .
how can that be when men arenit allowed on
second? . . . Favorite records taking a beat-
ing on the "view after dinner . . . Ken Carey
and "You'd Be Surprisedi' . . . "Dorie"
Mauersburger, the hairdresser supreme of the
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nights before formals . . . the diet kitchen
. . . proverbial cry, 'il ordered a whole dinner
and look what I've got, asparagus on toast
and grapefruit juice . . . Virginia Davis
searching the dormitory for a dress to wear
to R. P. I. after spiked punch was spilled on
her the night before . . . Ro Frey always on
the hop to Lehigh . . . having a man on the
string is a common thing but just a man's
tooth is a wee bit unusual f'Bob Ripley would
like that onel . . . Pauline Clilashion-platej
Bronstein showing everyone what to wear
and how to wear it . . . being rushed by
ex-Myskania law student . . . Dot Hill.
holding girls enthralled in her room with
lndian. legends, and playing Sherlock Holmes
on the trail of books missing from the Green
Room -. . . "Lillibet,7 Olmsitead playing her
baritone horn to the delight of everyone
in Wes'tern Hall . . . Speaking of Vlfcstern
Hall, them as is farthest from 'lhc omc-ial
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ta ly get the a s . . . how com flnilian mai . . . .llldy Tunnell practicing
no one was campused from Western after
dorm formal? . . . Arlene Cefficiency expertj
Sadler running the dormitory single handed
. . . A "date Bureau" Cwho says dorm girls
aren't up to date? ouchj for the spring formal
. . . a capacity crowd, no doubt . . . Barbara
Ferree and Dee Peak marching off to Prince-
ton With Tiger-lilies in their button-holes . . .
Ruth Dee and Buckman, the unerowned
glamour girls of the freshman class, running
the upper-classmen a close race . . . Crash . . .
the waitress dropping dishes . . . a dollar a
cup, girls, be careful . . . The costume dinner
and Lucy King dressed as a -well, it ean't
be said but anyway she carried a red lantern
. . . Bobby Bush made such a cute, little East
F iffy million Trojans
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aren't covered when someone starts warhling
around high,"C" . . . "l,il,' Gallimore, benevo-
lent counselor in Western I-Iall, "Now, girls,
remember, "QUIET HOURS!" ...L A ll night
bridge sessions, "Now lim on the hoard, why
do I want to he there? What system do you
play, the Agony?" "No, I play hy feminine
intuition." "I thought so or you wouldn't
have--M . . . Carol Kniffen. the whirling
dervish . . . her footwork is a sight for sore
eyes . . . Marjorie Gaylord asking questions.
"Wl1at does you father do. Gerry?" . . . "He
keeps an apiaryn . . . "lie does. arcn't apes
a little expensive to feed?" . . . Shirley Kyle.
quiet. "still water runs deep" . . . Cornell
economy experts and State song writers . . .
Madalyn Beers, the pride of W. A. A ....
What's Babe Didricksen got anyway? . . ,
Carol, the Golden haired girl of the arts . . .
everyhodyis pal when signs are needed . . .
Kay Petersen, First Lady of the Sophomore
class . . . she plays ping-pong, too . . . Quote
Marjorie Tims "Have you any money for
the laundry this week?', . . . Where did the
maid put my shoes when she cleaned? . . .
Examination time and raiding the files to
get a clue on what kind of exam, the prof
gives . . . "Are we having Harvard beets
again? Has there been a sale on string-beans?
There is nothing I like better than Pine-
apple Delight made with oranges" . . .
Alberta Lee, the musician of the dorm,
listening to the Saturday afternoon operas,
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kind to your web-footed friendsw . . . Helen
Lannen looking for someone to be on food
committees . . . making fancy sandwiches, a
50-50 deal-half for the stomach and half
for the sandwiches . . . The grads living in
the dorm . . . pretty Dorothy Gregory, cut-
ting a swath in the hearts of the fellows,
especially lgoe . . . Winnie Jones, demure
freshman, running errands at ,lake's for the
upperclassmen . . . Everyone and her date
making a rush for the exclusive seats by the
fireplace . . . Dunking obnoxious freshmen
in the showers . . . Flo Halsey and her R. P. l.
contingent holding forth in the Ingle . . .
"She Had to Go and Lose It at the Astor"
. . . Monsieur Allard's popularity at the
formal dinner . . . Hectic, energetic, maybe
even a little apoplectie . . . that's life at the
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Sanctuary for the femmes fatales of Catho-
lic denomination . . . friendship and fellow-
ship the key note . . . long midnight bull-
sessions much in order . . . classes . . . gossip
. . . dates . . . life in general . . . snacks from
home . . . or call the Madison Sweet Shoppe
. . . who,l,l split a lemon coke? . . . it's a good
thing I gave up fudge sundaes for Lent or
I'd be broke . . . borrow your shower cap? . . .
I know I took one last week . . . how about
your gum . . . if youlre not using it . . . wow,
this cold weather . . . wait 'til spring . . . sun-
baths on the roof . . . get that girl with the
camera . . . after all . . . 'waiting line forms
here . . . or the backyard . . . beach chairs . . .
is vinegar really good for a burn? . . . volley
ball with Spencer . . . of course we beat them
. . . every other night . . . must be polite to
guests . . . spring . . . warm sweet nights . . .
the front porch after dinner . . . the glider . . .
sign up in advance . . . long walks . . . see
Albany first . . . let's start with Wvashington
Park . . . remember curfew's at clevcn . . .
ha, ha, Frosh . . . only have itil ten . . . wish
we had a day off . . . remember the scarlet
fever quarantine they had for a week . . .
how about getting the mumps, Butch? . . .
he could send you that orchid then . . . how
about the Rec? . . . looks pretty nice with
the new furniture . . . huh . . . guess the girls
are pretty good fixer-uppers . . . game of
ping-pong? . . . darts? . . . oh, for more time
to enjoy it . . . who's playing the piano now?
. . . what, him again? . . . Freshman, use the
back stairs . . . or else! . . . is that the proper
respect? . . . measure the hall with a six-inch
ruler, Miss . . . and walk downstairs back-
wards . . . yes, for a week . . . got the math
assignment done? . . . yeah, he's a darling . . .
almost wish l could add for his sake . . . why
yesterday . . . it's snowing . . . what about
the sleigh-ride they were talking about . .
thatvd be the thing . . . say, do you know
"tomorrow" is almost here . . . what I
wouldnit give for a little sleep . . . and I
ean't find my curlers . . . you donit want to
do your hair up tonight, do you? . . . it really
doesnit look bad . . . honestly, I, was looking
at it before . . . oh, you think you will any-
way . . . well, if you don't care how your
roommate looks! . . . what about your red
sweater? . . . hasn't anyone anything to eat?
. . . my stomach's touching my hack . . . try
third floor . . . oh, here comes the Frosh . . .
put 'em in the shower . . . they're a pretty
smart bunch this year, though . . . and are
they cute! . . . tall . . . short . . . blond . . .
brunette . . . red-head . . . smooth . . . sweet
. . . take your choice . . . Siena sure has been
. . . Sunday . . . Monday . . . Tuesday . . .
Wednesdayf . . . name any day . . . they're
always here . . . wouldnit know it was leap
year around here . . . what vie parties! . . .
and the fall formal . . . 'member we were
almost late . . . was the clock really changed?
. . . imagine being eampused for two weeks
. . . gosh . . . wl1at'll I wear tomorrow . . .
come down while I press a skirt? . . . I 'll be
seared if you don't . . . no, we didlft get that
far in Ed yet . . . please? . . . tell you about
last night if you do . . . look in my trunk
while youire down there, will you? . . . there
just might be an extra blanket . . . probably
somebody has . . . did you see the picture on
her dresser? . . . wow . . . her brother . . .
wonder she wouldn't bring him around . . .
on Moving-Up Day . . . that's years away
, . . after exams and Easter . . . which re-
minds me . . . yes, it's a pretty nice day . . .
makes you remember . . . State traditions . . .
fun here too . . . fruit salad for lunch . . .
napkins in class colors . . . pictures on the
steps . . . green . . . blue . . . red . . . yellow . . .
remember coming as Freshmen? . . . the
house so big . . . the long cool hall . . . the
chapel . . . a retreat, a haven . . . so gladfit's
there . . . upstairs so many noisy, laughing
girls . . . meeting your best friends . . . only
you didn't know it . . . getting ready for
Frosh camp . . . wasn't it cold? . . . nearly
froze .g . . and this year they went swimming
. . . and yelled because they brought ski
suits . . . such is life . . . back again . . . upper
classmen arriving . . . showing the Frosh
around . . . initiating them . . . get your own
coffee at breakfast . . . wait a minute for
grace . . . thirty-six . . . that's your number
. . . remember the time limit on calls . . .
yeah . . . the other night Bill tried for an
hour and a half . . . finally gave it up . . .
how'd I know ..., l didn't speak to him the
next day . . . what a year . . .
cardigans . . . perky bows . . .
hair with the up-do . . . in
front and on sides . . . wear
anything . . . you might start
a new fad . . . apple blossom
cologne . . . everyone friendly,
willing to help . . . Miss Ana-
belle the perfect mother . . .
roll up the rugs in the living-
room . . . enjoy the new vic . . .
enjoy life . . . and always in the
background . . . the chapel . . .
an inspiration . . . not only at
exam time . . . sixty healthy,
happy girls . . . glad lo be
man Hall . . .
Cod bless the Irish . .
alive . . . glad to live at New-
A house party at Wren Hall . . . something
new in the annals of State . . . men staying
right in the house . . . big doin's . . . heavy
dates . . . and we mean heavy . . . arriving at
all times . . . quickly set to dancing to old
pal "vie" . . . gals doubled up on their own
side of the house . . . five gals in one room . . .
well, hello cosmetics! . . . formals swaying
from every light and door knob . . . what a
rush for the bath . . . I signed up first I tell
you . . . Pop Reynolds zealously guarding
the one adjoining door . . . strictly for the
benefit of the neighbors, of course . . . "A
corking good time" . . . what a theme! . . .
Ferdinand in all his glory languidly lounging
under his cork tree fa glorified palm with
bottle stoppersj . . . his portrait silhouetted
in the cork covers of the programs . . . oh,
the oooo's that greet the pun . . . is that a
matador's cape? . . . careful, I'll need my
Big doin's . . .
What's the joke? . . . I don't get it . . .
evening wrap later on in the evening . . . and
this is the bull-ring . . . throwers invited
right in . . . come one, come all . . . all on the
informal side . . . anyone with a serious
thought strictly taboo . . . there goes the
gong . . . ah, food! . . . dishes? . . . everyone
pitch in . . . what's the price of these dinner
plates? . . . no time at all . . . cards and sing-
ing and lots of kibitzers .. . beautiful harmony
. . . time to dress . . . take off my last pair of
stocking or you can't sleep in my bed! . . .
get the flowers out of the refrigerator and
give it a little room for food . . . itis possible
we'll find time to eat . . . sweet syneopation
from Dewey Lenge, or do we? Couchj . . .
do you really mean that you want. a waltz?
. . and now something for a Virginia Reel
. . . how about Casey Jones? . . . what a
scrcwy crowd . . . "Goodnight, Ladies" . . .
what happened to the time? . . . meet you
at ,loe's for hamburgers . . . be back at two
or Dean Moreland'll never say yes to another
house party . . . bless Dean Moreland . . .
kiss them goodnight, girls, and get back in
your own house . . . breakfast at nine, fellows
. . . you'll never make it . . . is that the fel-
lows down there already? . . . Iive still got
my curlers on . . . oh, why didn't somebody
call me? . . . be right down . . it's practically
sacrilegious dancing at this hour . . . how
can you shag before breakfast . . . we give
up . . . how can you . . . church at eleven . . .
everyone going? . . . well, nearly . . . people
streaming all over . . . how funny it seems to
have men around all the time . . . how funny?
. . . how nice! . . . funnies galore . . . seems the
college mind runs to higher literature . A. is
that a bed under those clothes? . . . gotta
powder my nose before dinner . . are you
taking Pine Hills 4 down to the Palace? . . .
you plutocrat in a car . . . "Ninotchka" . .
Taste good? . . . i
wonderful theater party . . . six o'clock . . .
on your own . . . come back next time . . .
you're a charter member of the Wren Hall
house party company . . . gotta move back
to my room now . . . if I can find it . . . why'd
I ever bring over all this junk anyway? . . .
school tomorrow . . . what a letdown . . . I
haven't a thing clean enough to wear . . .
haven't had a minute all week-end to get at
it . . . look, chum . . . are you wearing your
green skirt? . . . my homework? . . . don't be
silly . . . of course not . . . but oh, that eight-
ten . . . how I'11 ever make it, and not a good
excuse available . . . everyone knows I went
to the house party . . . seems lonely around
here with all the men gone . . . never appre-
ciated them so before, but they certainly do
change the old place . . . they do . . . sure was
swell the way they all got along . . .did you
hear about the bull-session they had last
night after they got on their own side . . . bet
that was good . . . are you sure thatis not my
Evening in Paris you're walking off with?
. . . thank goodness they all remembered to
thank the housemother . . . hey, kids, I know
youire still all pepped up but it's quiet hours
. . . quiet reigns . . I. or something approach-
ing that state . . . the wrens are all scurrying
back to their own perches . . . the post-
mortems become fewer and the chirping has
just about ceased . . . a solitary bird puts out
the lights . . . house party is over . . . but
what a corking good time! . .
Two to one . . . what a percentage! . . . and in favor of
the women, darn it . . . no need, for a fellow to be very
bashful around here . . . and you men yap at us icause we
go to Union and R. P. l. and Law School for dates . . ,
look, my fine lads . . . a womanis gotta have some fun . . .
and there just aren't enough of you to go around . . . and
we don't approve of triangles funlcss we make them our-
selvesli . . . to 'top it all, some of you have to go and be
hermits . . . what'sa matter? . . . are you scared?
. . . we don't bite . . . honest . . . and yet, doggone it, you
run the place . . . class presidents . . . junior advisors . . .
the News . . . and a lot of other things . . . you outnumber
us politically, anyway . . . you may be barefoot. but we
doubt if you're bashful in your own little groups . . . what
did we hear about the E. lf. P. and K. D. R. informal
initiations . . . to say nothing of K. B. and S. L. S. . . .
now, now, 'fess up . . . rumor hath it that boys will be boys
. . . and that's clicking your plates . . . and eooking with
gas . . . the most handsome . . . and so on . . . and so forth
. . . bashful? . . . not a bit of it! . . . barefoot? . . . look for
yourself . . . how do you suppose they won sueh recogni-
tion? . . . come around the Activities Ofliee sometime . .
anytime . . . now ll ask you . . . is that being bashful? . . .
we don't think so . . . oh. sure . . . they do blush . . . look
at Pinky . . . and this is on the up and up . . . no bull. so
help me, PEDAGOGLfEl . . and the questions those men
heave at us poor gals . . . no restraint . . . nor retieenee . . .
nor bashfulness . . . we like the guys . . . they're swell to
talk to . . . a11d stuff! . . . but they think it's a man's State
. . . and we just laugh and laugh . . . 'cause we know it's a
woman's world . . . here. anyway! . . . we like to think so
. . . oh, ol1 . . . maybe they are a bit bashful . . . did you ever
notice the group of males standing on the balcony of the
Commons each noon? . . . and loads of ,luliet's just ea-razy
to dance. . . but it's leap-year . . . maybe the men are
waiting to be asked . . . are you men or miee . . . you rats!
. . come ou, fellas-L . . this is all in fun! . . .
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Rules? . . . that's what girls need in their
rushing . . . but we're men . . . have and need
few rules . . . we do have a council though . . .
made up of three representatives from each
fraternity . . . K. D. R. representatives . . .
Simmons, president of council . . . Howe . . .
Kusak . . . Edward Eldred Potter Club rep-
resentatives . . . Powell . . . Frement . . .
Cratton . . . Kappa Beta representatives . . .
Rosenberg . . . Stangler . . . Ellerin . . . Sigma
Lambda Sigma . . . Ryerson . . . McCracken
Freshman Camp . . . each fraternity can
have five representatives . . . pick out your
best rushers, fellows . . . itill help . . . fresh-
men can he and are impressed . . . start the
ball rolling on the right foot . . . lots of fun
. . . new acquaintances . . . develop real
friendships . . .
Back at school . . . rushing hard and fast
. . . interfraternity smoker in the commons
. . . council supervises . . faculty invited . .
all freshmen interested attend . . . fraternity
men are there in the interest of the fraternity
.. .cards . . .songs . . . smoke. . . talking . ..
listening to Louis fight . . . hoy. what a
wallop that guy lands . . .
All fall . . . freshmen invited up to the
house for the evening . . . ping-pong . . . hull-
sessions . . . just getting to know each other
. . . parties at the house . . . week-ends . . .
Potter Clulfs hahy party . . . girls in short
dresses . . . fellows in short pants . . . lolli-
pops everywhere . . . S. I.. Sfs firemen hats
for all. . . lots of fun . . . K. D. R's carnival
. . . kissomcter . . . white rat races . . . swami
. . . and the most heautiful har . . . gingerale
orange and grape-juice . . . their specialties
. . . K. lifs old-clothes parties . . . what
costumes! . . . originalityfs thc word . . .
Comes formal hidding . . . freshmen given
hids heforc 'l'hanksgix ing vacation . . . week-
end to think things ovcr . . . nice ifa fraternity
Io hc or not to bc. that is
the question . . .
man happens to go home on same train or
lives in same town with freshmen . . .
Monday morning freshmen hand back
bids what a morning groups here and
there women just not in the picture
last minute rushing freshmen befuddled
upperclassmen worried at noon it s
all over fraternity men shaking hands
with new brothers
Interfratermty Ball lounge Bob
Reid s orchestra nice dance 1n spite of
tures . . . we,ve heard that one president got
caught in the tub . . . scrubbing floors . . .
even painting furniture all ln fun
Formal 1n1t1at1on and then the fresh
men are really in each fraternitv enter
tains the new members at a banquet ne
time had by all and by the way
K D R was twenty five years old this year
celebrated with a wonderful banquet
down at the Devil 1tt lots of alums back
great to meet brothers from way back
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previous criticism of the place . . . and were
you there? . . . janitor opened window and
in blew a barrage of snowballs . . . watch
girls step daintily over the snow drifts . . .
trying not to get their dresses soiled . . .
Hell week . . . fellows wearing phonograph
records on their heads . . . pushing pennies
down the hall . . . wearing pledge hats to
prom . . .i carrying huge paddl.6S Hr0l1I1d
school . . . scenes in the Commons . . . visits
to sororities . . . sorority presidents signa-
Spring parties . . . formals . . . informals
. . . picnics . . . at Indian Ladder . . . young
menis fancies turn . . . well . . .
,Talk of a silent period for men too . . . but
most of them feel that it,s too feminine . . .
too much like the women . . . and do the
men hate that . . .
Council winds up the year with an Inter-
fraternity Banquet . . . fellows from all the
fraternities join in common brotherhood . . .
for the evening . . .
KAPPA DELTA Rao
ARTHUR K. BEIK
HARRY H. HASTINGS
HOWARD H. DOBELL
RALPH A. BEAVER
PAUL G. BULGER
R. E. FAIRBANK
ALUMNI ON 'FACULTY
DR. MILTON G. NELSON
OTTO J. HOwE
JOSEPH MOK EON
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JOHN M. SAYLES
EARL B. SOUTH
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WARREN WAGN ER
EDWARD ELDRED POTTER CLUB
DR. ROBERT FREDERICK
PROF. WILLIAM G. HARDY
PROF. J. ALLEN HICKS
DR. CLARENCE HIDLEY
V. EDWARD BURKE
J. REGIS HAMMOND
PROF. LOUIS JONES
DR. DONNAL V. SMITH
DR. HAROLD W. THOMPSON
PROF. GEORGE M. YORK
CARWTIN XTAN KEURAN
R. CLAY SPROWLS
J. RALPH TIBBETTS
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DR. RALPH CLAUSEN
V IRVING FISHMAN
Ei SAUL GREENWAI.D
A HENRY BRAUNER
j EDWARD COLMAR
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HARRY KARCHM ER
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DR. CARLETON POWER
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DAVID BITMAN LEO FLAX HARRY KEN SRY
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NORMAN DE NEEF
ROBERT AGNE .
DR. WILLIAM KENNEDY
MR. KENNETH PARKS
DR. ROBERT RIENOW
JACK G.AIlDEPHE f
B D A S I
DR. HENRY SISK
MR. C. J. TERRILL
MR. ADAM WALKER
JJOWVARD M ERRIAM
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ROBERT HER1'EL . . President
CHARLES QUINN H . T, ' 'B 'r . . . V ice-President
THOMAS AUGUSTINE QM: - S0097 and Hiswfifm
LESLIE GRAVES . Sergeant-at-Arms
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LOUIS N EUBAUER
G. BENSON TYBRING
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MEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
M. A. A .... representing the athletes of
the college . . . no hikes via the truck for
these fellows . . . if you see what we mean
. . . and we believe you will . . . the organiza-
tion has been busy this year . . . but definite-
ly . . . cross-country . . . Francello . . . captain
. , . . managing the team . . . Clum, Snover,
Agnello . . . the juniors of the group . . . and
not so jolly this year . . . on account of be-
cause, that is too say . . . well, we had a
disastrous season . . . three intercollegiate
meets this year and the frosh QHansen,
DeNike, and Cookej did their darndest . . .
October 21 . . A. lost to Delhi in the season
opener . . . home-running grand . . . Wasli-
ington Park . . . with the lake . . . and the
trees . . . and the bees . . . and the short-clad
team . . . October 28 . . ,Morrisville downed
us . . . but we were just too tired . . . Novem-
ber 4- . . . visited Alfred and did a graceful
bow for their benefit . . . to the tune of
twenty-'three points . . . ouch! . . . we play
basketball too . . . varsity consists of John
Havko, Frank Kluge Cniec looking. huh?j,
Paul Merritt Qremember him as "Julius
Caesar?"D, Wfilliam Dickson fthe redheadj.
Henry Brauner. VVillard Frament Ca grand
guyb, Arnold lflllerin. Hilton Ray. David
Lehman, Robert Hilton. William Barrett.
and Walter Simmons . . . the season:
mediocre as a whole . . . "a hot and cold
teami' . . . witness the Niagara and Pratt
games. . .all told . . . Hve victories and seven
setbacks . . . team displayed some remark-
ably good playing upon oeeasion . . . and
some lost as remarkably at other times . .
Walt Simmons and Will ldrament acted as
eo-eaptains . . . the season saw five varsity
men play the last game: Kluge. lframent
Humlsurne is as
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good game lt was too R P I downed by
a margin of fifteen points the whole year
saw much excitement and some dull
moments much cheer-leading a Rus
sian Cheer and the advent of a band
you should hear that band a killer ,
Goodman's only rival . King Porter
they didn t have a point given to them
spring saw volleyball and oftball an
how do we publicize all the e goin -ons?
and not for war either just with our
rivals organizer B111 Ryan
startedthe ball rolling in May 1938
directed actions for a year J 1m Maloney
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' . . . the M. A. A. Press Bureau . . . propaganda
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year, girls. . .
Remember, it's leap
Stomp . . . and . . . Washington Post March
. . . yes, actually! . . . and a good one at
that! . . . and besides basketball we had
intramurals . . . directed by the council . . .
consisting of co-presidents Les Gerdts and
Dan Bucci . . . treasurer, Carl Marotto . . .
secretary, Howie Anderson . . . and Phil
Kaufman, Bob Seifert, Bill Brophy, Gad
Bodner, Joe Schwartz, and Hal Duffy . . .
intramural sports divided seasonly . . . fall
saw touch football s. . . with K. D. R. the
league champ . . . a tough season . . . two
years in a row . . . winter brought basketball
. . . with College House the league champ . . .
heads it this year . . . wrote a dandy column
in the News this year . . . impartial . . . in-
novations occuring . . . on Student Associa-
tion Budget this year . . . four committees
. . . publicity . . . for sports at the college . . .
and district newspapers . . . and publicity
for State in other colleges . . . and exchanging
morsels of news with our opponents . . . and
gobs of posters Qso good that people collecg
them for souvenirsll . . . and announcements
. . . and so forth . . . and finally, publicity in
the hometown newspapers for participating
members . . . Joe Schwartz, assistant, directs
the set-up . . . members include Louis Green- 'K' wlitrljgl l
S-'I'-A-'l'-E! . . . RAIIY . .. RHI!
span . . . Carl Marotto . . . Gadlin 'Bodner . . .
Phil Kaufman . . . William Phipps . . . and
Robert Patton . . . and they're doing a good
job, we must admit . . .such publicity' should
act as a stimulant . . . and lead the athletes
on to bigger and better doings . . . more
baskets for the basketball team . . . more
touches for the football league . . . more hits
for the softball team . . . more pings . . . or
pongs . . . for the ping-pong competitors . . .
as for the aforementioned M. A. A. Conneil
. . . membership includes Kluge . . . as presi-
dent . . . Ladislau CLarry 'to youj Balog as
treasurer . . . how are the linanees eoming
these days? . . . secretary is William flake a
letterj Dickson . . . hmm . . . and William
tfswell fellowj Haller is vice-president . . .
other members include Gerald Qjicrry l'll
have a baked bean sandwich and a pickle
pleasel Saddlemire. l.eslie ttrumpet hlowerl
Graves. Willard twill. nmeh liked and
respeetedl l"rament . . . and ltolriert tdarned
swell lreslnnanl Leonard . . .and ineidentally'
. . . Xl. N. -X. Lonneil has done a swell yoh
this year . . . they 'ye had to eontend with a
hndget ent . . .and yet . . . they 'ye heen ahle
to put a team out lor eyery sport . . . ent
down on the ineidentals . . . make up in the
major sports . . . they got Press liurean to
reeeiye an appropriation from the Student
.-Xssoeiation . . . all on their own . . no
money l'ro'n the Nl. X. X. hndget . . . smart
handling. we eall it . . . oh. say . . . we have
a good ehess team . . . and the fellows haye
been working up to it lor a long time . . .
and this year they' defeated Cornell . . . and
Colgate . . .and linion . . . and li. l'. l. . . .
and Green Nloimtain ,lnnior College . . . hut
lost to N. Y. U .... all in all it was an out-
standing season . . . and credit is due the
roster . . . of which John Hoose is captain-
manager . . . and the six members . . . Art
Fox . . . Steve Shaw . . . John Hoose . . .
James Gillen . . . Boy Sommers . . . and
Robert Patton . . . have you ever noticed
these people practicing in the Commons . . .
of all places . . . I'll bet it started as a fad . . .
something to keep idle hands busy . . . like
the bridge games that go on . . . and now it
comes under M. A. A .... ho hum! . . . where
do we go from here? . . . I still have about
thirty lines of copy to do in this write-up . . .
so Pll digress for a minute . . . and take up
some space . . . then I won't have so much
to write . . . but Ild better go back to the
question at hand . . . oh, yes . . . the frosh
play basketball too . . . Tom Feeney . . .
Frank Hansen . . . lVIorris Gerber . . . Leo
Flax . . . Van Ellis . . . Bob Walter . . . Tom
Brierton . . . Gwen Bombard Cof the A'sD . . .
Howard Lynch . . . Regis Hammons . . . and
.Iim Portfey . . . coached by Will Frament
. . . . managed by Will Thomas . . . season
started very poorly . . . first four games lost
to Troy Business . . . B. P. I. frosh . . . Albany
Academy and Siena frosh . . . lost to Union
frosb . . . won against second game with
Albany Academy . . . with live losses and
one win, the frosh wailcd through their last
four meets . . . and defeated Delhi twice . . .
R. P. I. frosh and Albany Business College
. . . thus endeth the season . . .
The pride of State . .
Life at State . . . the old education factory turning out
the finished products hy the hundreds . . . finished? . . . you
bet your neck they're Hnished . . . academically and
socially . . . socially anyway . . . group living is a great
thing, so they say . . . so is the activities office . . . and the
Grand Central Station . . . and the Annex . . . and so on
into the night . . .
R. P. I .... Union . . . Siena . . . they give us the ha-ha
. . . so what? . . . we do all right . . . occasionally we give
them a trouncing . . . and . . . not just occasionally . . . they
come here for dates . . . as well as Skidmore . . . and Sage
. . . and Troy in general . . . we have our heer parties once
in a while, too . . .
And that ain"t all . . . most of the people here come from
middle class families . . . a pretty homogeneous grouping
. . if you want to call us that . . . so what does that prove?
. . come to State and find out . . .
Iill hetcha we have just as many liudget arguments . . .
pressure groups . . . and social functions . . . as any other
campus in the country . . . of course. we don't have two
bands at prom . . . or Glenn Nliller at house dances . . . hut
we have their records . . . which are just about as good . . .
and if you don't think we have a darn good time you have
another think coming . . .
We think we have some pretty good activities around
here, too . . . the News . . . Smtesrunn . . . PED . . . and a
slew of others . . . too numerous to mention . . . and
speaking ol' activities . . . we have a fine Residence llall . . .
even if the piano does take quite a heating from the
girls . . . etc. . . .
We have eight. o'elock classes and one o'eloek rules . . .
then 'there are the people who don't believe in one o'eloek
rules ...' tough one on them . . . ask some of the girls
from 221 Ontario Street . . . they know . . . donit they . . .
Vllell . . . enough of this lialoney . . . let's take a look
at the daily life at State . . . from the time the damned
alarm clock rings . . .
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Come on, Ruby . . . get up . . . you'll never
get to class at the rate youlre going . . . Lord,
why do they have 8:10's in this place? . . .
you should he getting paid for this . . . having
to report on time . . . this getting up in thc
middle of the night sure gripes me . . . you,
too, fella . . . stop your peeking and get out
of that bed . . . somebody kick him out . . .
this would he his fifth cut . . . and that Prof
is gunning for him . . . and you on the stairs
. . . get moving! . . . Where the hell are you
going? . . . picnic? . . . oh . . . who's the wise
guy? . . . telling me there was a phone call
Good morning! . . .
l"1l:Lfx1f'Y II1HI'lIil1.Lf . . .
this hour ol' tlu- morning . . . oh . . . you jus
wzmlcxl to get my pivlurv . . . wt-ll isnit that
luuny . . . il' you use it I'll suv you for in
vaslon ol IH'lNill'f . . . count- on. mow' ou'
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sides sewing buttons on coats, etc can
they swear? well, maybe it ISD t swear
lfl but it s a reasonably accurate fac
simile an we thought Hubby was a
man s man well he was until this
year just proves that if you re going to
be a ccllbate you should go into a monastery
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Easy does it! . .
. . . I,ve got to shave too . . . my Lord . . .
you'd think you were the only guy that has
to shave every day . . . itis getting so I shave
in the morning and that night the girl friend
says . . . hmmm . . . you didn't shave to-
night . . . did you . . . what are you going to
do? . . . why wasn't I born a woman? . . .
just think . . . no shaving . . . what a life . . .
on week-ends you shave morning and night
. . . and then they kick because your face is
all raw and cut up . . . women! . . . you canit
live with them . . . and can't live without
them . . . what a world! . . . Doc Dorwaldt
used to call it a vicious circle . . . you remem-
ber him . . . the guy that used to smoke five
or six cartons of cigarettes a week . . . iron
man . . . he was all right though . . . gave
me a "C" . . . even if I did copy the Introduc-
tion word for word . . . But DOC WHS all
education in himself' . . . college men are
funny things . . . they even darn socks, be-
. . . or a convent . . . or some other nice quiet
place . . . like a group house . . . or the
activities oflice . . . seems as though that's
where I-Iubby got his start . . . and just look
what he's doing now . . . I suppose darning
your own socks doesn't mean a thing . . .
but just think, girls . . . you wouldn't have
a thing to do but spend his money . . . and
this is leap-year . . . so go to it, kids . . . and
lots of luck . . . pick a rich one . . . even if it,s
not a success you'll have better luck with
the alimony . . . or will you? . . . but, of
Old Mother Hubbard . . .
course, you will have to cook his breakfast
. . . and his dinners . . . and his lunches . . .
maybe you had better stay single . . . just
think of all the money you'd have ...' teach-
ing school . . . and being single . . . speaking
of breakfasts . . . handle that coffee with
care, Mac . . . it's the only clean tablecloth
we've got . . . or is it clean? . . . looks as
though it's been through the second battle
of the Marne . . . or over the Commons floor
. . . or on some barroom table . . . who knows?
. . . if you can answer this simple question
in ten lines of iambic pentameter, mail it on
a postcard and enclose a self-addressed
stamped envelope . . . maybe you will he
the lucky winner . . . of what? . . . we don't
know either . . . perhaps you read the paper
while eating . . . we find it sort of tough . . .
you know . . . bad on the eyes so early in the
morning ...' then, too . . . maybe we don't
have a paper that early in the morning . . .
maybe We have 8:l0's . . . maybe we're just
too damned lazy to monkey around with
Dr. Rienow's current events . . . but then
. . . we get all the news from the P. A. system
when we get to school . . . if we get to school
. . . it's a funny thing about breakfasts . . .
women can get by on nothing but fruit and
coffee . . . but the men have to have a little
fruit . . . cereal . . . coffee . . . buns . . . and
anything else that can be found in the
kitchen . . . and the women think itis awful
. . men are such pigs . . . if they only knew
. . . maybe some of them do . . . thatis what
they get for reading the papers so early in
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The Iwvulqfust of champions . .
the morning . . . lmt l lltlllll know . . . the
men still manage to run the school . . . what
do you attribute that to? . . . the dominance
of the male spevic? . . . hurry up . . . let the
rest of that coffee go . . . lct's get to school . .
darn these methods courses anyway . . .
wonder what Mr. Taylor will have to say
this morning? . . . who cares . . . Fm going to
sleep the class out . . . pity those poor kids in
the front row . . . wow . . . lim glad that
class is over . . . what did Taylor talk about
this morning? . . . the New Social Studies
Curriculum . . . we should! worry about that
. . . we're only going to teach it. . . guess I'll
have time for a cigarette . . . and a look at
the mailbox . . . donit know who would
write me a note . . . except the Dean . . .
funny habit of his . . . writing notes at the
most unexpected times . . . hope he gets
writer's cramp . . . nope . . . he can't . . . he's
got a secretary . . . damn those people who
never take their mail out . . . what good is a
campus commission . . . they never function
. . .look . . . Bond . . . Bond .... Bond . .Bond
. . . all in the same writing . . . must be love
a la long distance . . . what a mob . . . boy
Love a la long distance . . .
. . . if I don't get that cigarette now Pm a
goner . . . what? . . . the activities office
deserted? . . . can't be true . . . there's Wlilson
and Klugue . . . voted the most beautiful and
most handsome . . . wonder what it is . . .
conference on pulchritude? . . . maybe . . .
maybe not, too . . . you'd be surprised what
little girls and boys talk about . . . especially
in the activities oflice . . . I'll betcha twenty
dollars itls about practice teaching . . . ask
them . . . maybe you can win some money
. . . got to have proof, though . . . you know
. . . photo finish . . . well . . . enough of this
talk . . . got to get to class . . . hope that Prof
isn't here . . . could use a little study . . .
Appollo . . . and Venus . . .
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Wianna buy a book? . . .
especially after doing none in the last two
Weeks . . . guess Iill cut it . . . go up to the
library and do a little studying . . . not a
very pleasant task to look forward to . . .
have a look in the Co-op first . . . maybe
there'll be a hook or a magazine to read
instead of Psychology and Life . . . did you
ever see such a cluttered up place as the
Co-op? . . . looks like a general store right
after a hurricane . . . have some good stuff
in there though . . . fun to go in and look
around . . . even if you donit have any money
. . . wish they'd put easy chairs in the library
. . . be swell to sit in a big Morris chair . . .
and look at those murals . . . something fasci-
nating about them . . . and they ought to
get rid of these N. Y. A. kids . . . walking
around . . . always telling people to be more
quiet . . . "other people are trying to study"
. . . if half the people in the library studied
. . . well . . . there wouldnit have to be any
proelors . . . librarians. . . or whatever you
call these people . . . ol' course . . . there are
Stooges? . .
there s lots of It going on
1n the activities
oflice getting close to
down in the hall wan
der around til a sembly
these stairs to the
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eleven o'clock . . . let's go
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The Introduction . . .
a few of these people who study . . . stooges
. . . median raisers . . . grads . . . doesn't
seem as though the library is as full as it
used to be . . . should go more often and set
a shining example for others . . . think we'd
go more often if we could smoke . . . can see
it now . . . as the smoke of battle clears
away . . . glimpses of the Half Moon coming
up the Hudson . . . and lNIiss Cobb coming
along the aisle . . . with that look in her eye
. . . don't look now . . . I think the Indians
are coming . . . back to studying . . . but did
you ever watch some of these romances pro-
gress in the library? . . . theylre pretty good
. I. . progress is hardly the word . . . never
learned so much about women as I did the
other afternoon . . . this is leap-year though
. . . suppose you class all that stuff under
one head . . . general feminine technique . . .
even in the library . . . hard to believe . . .
admitted . . . just keep your eyes open . . .
stacks look like part of a
bomb shelter . . . the
halls like a subway sta-
tion . . . and by the
amount of light . . . well
a be having a blackout for
. . . donat know what we'd
. . . look for yourself . . .
nice place for a holdup . . . anybody got any
money? . . . no? . . . well, then keep away
from that table . . . what do you think you're
going to do?'. . . get a free bid? . . . like
Myskania . . . and the chaperones . . . and
the class officers . . . and the checkroom boys
Step right up . . .
. . . or do they
take their pay in
a more grafty
way? . . . just a
. . . forget it . . .
there goes the
hell . . . gotta get
there in a hurry
. . . Kelly laid
down the old law
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last week . . . he
the1'e on time or else . . . wonder if that's
legal according to Rohert's Rules . . . must
lie . . . Nlurray didnlt seem to have any
objections . . . or points ol order . . . Dr.
Sayles is speaking this morning . . . all ahout
the menis residence hall . . . or why the
seniors pledged o11e hundred herries . . .
sounds like a swell idea . . . keep the frosh
from the orgies of Bacchus . . . sort of pure
and sweet . . . yes, sir! . . . get a good look at
Kelly . . . Mr. Speaker. . . . the Most
Versatile Man . . . and he is versatile . . . the
only guy in school who can handle all the
sororities at once . . . and watch him run
that assembly . . . never forget the day he
used that line ahout in deeorum . . . makes
you feel like yelling for joy . . . can't do it.
though . . . Kelly might put the ,Indian sign
on you 'for that . . . a regular guy . . . a good
dancer . . . the apple ol' 'Miss Vlfheelingis eye
. . . the hird who just eanit find time to do
all the things he wants to do . . . with his
children leader for foul ytals 1
oaks from little acorns grow . . . good het for
successful man . . . keep your eyes on My-
skania . . . they're due for a huddle any
. . . there they go . . . wham . . . llowe and
Wilson humping heads in the middle of the
stage . . . Howe called for holding . . . Hve-
yards penalty . . . hetter luck next time . .
wish somehody would move to adjourn . . .
getting hungry . . . looks like an over-time
session . . . who is this guy l"raneello? . . .
glad that's over . . . get a chance to wash and
eat . . .just look at that line in front ofthe
wash hasin . . . you'd think some of those
guys were going to dance . . . mayhe they
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Wfash up . . .
are . . . betcha some of those
birds are going to stand around
on the balcony in the Com-
mons though . . . look pretty
for the dancers . . . maybe
they're going out in the hall
. . . stand around . . . take up
hall space . . . look pretty . . .
and think about going down
to the Commons to dance . . .
then thereis the possibility
that they're going to go over
and eat in the Annex . . . you
know . . . one of those good
bread sandwiches . . . the onlyplace to go
is the cafeteria . . . you really get a good
meal for twenty-five cents . . . you can at
least taste what you're getting . . . vision is
sort of helpful too . . . just glance at that
line in the cafeteria . . . facial expression
means a lot . . . what do you call that? . . .
watchful waiting? . . . maybe . . . a good
caption would be . . . Portrait of a Man
Wfaiting for his Lunch . . . well . . . guess I'll
'-mains , . AWA - - ---'
Lim' up . . .
Crum! Central Sluliun . .
telling . . . If-t's go flown to
the Commons . . . wateh the
nioh go at il . . . note the
different styles of flaneing
. . . f-hange every year . . .
note the flifferenve hc-tween
seniors anil frosh . . . when
lhe seniors were young it
lm was the liig Apple . . . a
Wander down to the aetivities ofliee . . . have nioileralc- form ol' a Coinanvhe war clanee . . .
a cigarette . . . and so on clown to the Coin- now look al thi-in . . . thi-y're cloing better
mons . . . twelve o'eloek in the aelivilies than the Cloniani-he-s lln-inselves . . . and
ofliee . . . who said it wasn't Cranfl Central lhal's no lie . . . ifyou 4lon'l we-ar your armor
Station? . . . looks as ks eeaae as
though Dennie is telling y
some story . . . if anybody
believes that story . . .
. . . Well . . . it just proves
that State is slipping . . .
we know she hasn't been
fishing . . . or has she . . .
hear tell that she usually
has a couple of suckers
on the string ...i Hi ya,
fellas . . . looks as il' she
has Gerdts helieving it
. . . good luele, fella . . .
hope she isnll ahle lo sell
you on that story shi-'s
Hep! . . . 110,,.f . . .
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into the Commons . . . well . . . the way
those kids go at it you'd think there was a
premium on bruised shins . . . sore corns . . .
mangled toes . . . and occasionally a bust in
the face . . . elbows are hard animals . . .
especially when you catch one flush in the
snoot . . . you don't believe it . . . try dancing
there some time . . . the only safe place seems
to be the balcony . . . people who don't have
life insurance usually prefer the balcony . . .
don't know that I blame them . . . maybe
they're bashful . . . heard of such things . . .
havenvt you? . . . maybe theylve been
thwarted in their love life . . . a triangle with
two sides on the Commons floor . . . also
heard of that once in a while . . . really
nothing new . ., . we've had triangles ever
si11ce men came to State . . . that's quite a
stretch took. 9. . then there are the cynics in
the balcony.. . you know ...the boys that say
...dancing . . . sissy stuff . . . can't be bothered
Popular . . . 2-6126 . . .
N720 In the Books? . .
, with women . . . where does
it get you? . . . I'd rather
watch . . . don't believe in
exercising right after a
meal . . . all we can say is
. . . come on, fellas . . . how
about rounding out your
social education? . . . you
can't expect to go on being
hermits all your lives . . . you donot know
what a thrill it is to get on that floor . . .
to be able to see Kowal, the Demon
l"cl'sf1lilc . . I
Dancer, hvaring clown on you
full speed ... to ho ahlo lo
gracefully avoitl his thunflvr-
ing charge ...A to walt-h his
vibrant frame go hurtling
across the floor . . . inakvs mt-
swcat just to think of il . . .
whcwl . . . after a session liki-
that guess I'll go ovm' to tht'
Lounge . . . inayhc il van pivk
up an hour olrcst . . . antl look
who wc fintl on thc stairs . . .
Sully . . . votctl the most popu-
lar girl . . . shcis a Chi Sig . . .
and Irish . . . and Myskania
. . . anfl fricnrllv as than tlivkt-ns t
. . . and hright vvcs . . . aml a p
quick grin . . . antl a plngyvr i
for State? . . . all put up in ont-
pafwkagc . . . inarkcal liita Sullixan. ' lf! . . . no to lintl ht-r . . . ltmlx in tht- lloul at lluull . . . '
Wonder she was votvtl tht- most popular girl with Ilona- . . . lloul is tpiitt- a plan' . . . too
. . . and sh0's not tht- only "most" wt- run hail tht- walls 4-an't talk . . . prohahlv 4-oultl l
into over this way . . . tlit-iw-'s Nlary 'l'rainor It-arn a lot ahont tha- yt-ars gone- hy . . . soxnv i
. . . Kappa D4-lla . . . volt-cl tht- inosl xvrsa- ahout this ont-. too . . . grt-ata-st sight in tht' I
'tile girl . . . sho can sing . . . w as tht- Stutlt-nt worltl . . . llonl . . . lirst w 4-vk of svliool . .
Association Song l,0aclvr for two wt-ars . . . in Svptt-nilwr . . . womvn falling all on-r one
prcsirlcnt, ol' Stiitlviil Christian Xssot-ialion anotht-r tlown tht' mieltllv ol- tht- lloor . . .
. . . lives at the 'Dorm . . . vt-ry popular with K. lil. ll. in ont- vorm-r . . . l'ottt-r lfluh in
thc girls thcro . . .has gout' with Hunt-an lor tht- othvr . . . lx. ll. livrv . . . 5. l.. S. thorn' . .
an "'1'i'10W'1 'liiliilwi' Ol F"'2U'S . . . shv's trays rattling . . . w atvr spillvtl . . . Silllllllf'
alrcafly to clo a gootl turn with a snnlv . anal jiwk pulling i . . vy,.,h.,.n on TMO . .
Sh0""''121vf""0"f'vrfmlfflikt-lit-I-iiistw. . . four havk on tht- klll0l'lt'illl Spt-vial . . . tht'
fsoo-r" 2' ., - . .
PL 'luv' "1 'WU 'WF - -- llclllliil .intl 1.4-ntral kXt'IllIt' llll5lIlt'SSllll'll looking oll
, tilt synonymous . . . il you tu: want with awv . . . in tart thaw almost look lrlght-
ened . . . smoke as thick as pea soup . . .
Frosh looking bewildered . . . homesick
already . . . they'll get over it . . . we all had
to go through it once . . . part of your educa-
tion . . . take care of yourself . . . survival of
the fittest . . . come on, frosh . . v. they're
nothing but pictures . . . and not so good at
that . . . napkins all over the place . . . who
broke the catchup bottle? . ., . twelve-thirty-
five . . . the place looks as though a cyclone
had hit it . . . Stateon the loose . . . they
took over the place like a battalion . . . left
it just about as clean . . . don't miss it next
year . . . admission . . . the price of acup of
coffee . . . really is reunion in disguise . . .
little street where old friends meet . . . Robin
and Central . . . crossroads of
the world . . . life at State . . .
wouldn't trade it for anything
. . . and look who's here . . .
seems as though we can't get
away from these "mosts'7 . . .
the Lounge must be a regular
hangout for them . . . it's Will
Frament . . . most popular man
in State . . . four years of
making friends . . . must make
a fellow feel wonderful . . . in-
stead of a handful of friends
he has a schoolful . . . co-cap-
tain of the basketball team . . .
an all 'round athlete . . . Potter
Club . . . life-saver during the
summer months . . ,affiliated
with the College of St. Rose
. . . quiet . . . unassuming . . .
Popular . . .
serious . . . a real man . . . friendly . . . direc-
tor of Frosh Camp . . . ever been to Frosh
Camp? . . . a real life . . . for three days . . .
hell on wheels for the director . . . keeping
track of about a hundred frosh . . . all night
poker games . . I. unoflicial rivalry . . . no
sleep . . . no blankets . . . rain . . . colder than
Little America . . . telegrams for the frosh
...3A.M .... goodfood?...beans...
cold cereal . . . rare beef . . . or should it be
raw . . . Chief Durand . . . Dean Nelson . . .
advice to the frosh . . . faculty ball game . . .
camp fire . . . the frosh doing their stuff . . .
did you ever hear the story about the Long
Island Duck? . . . who's the bird with the
trumpet? . . . get to know him . . . looks like
good fraternity material . . . a trip to the
village . . . My God! did you see that frosh
down that beer? . . . looks like a veteran . . .
Wait 'til the women see him . . . did you see
that serewball up in tent ten? . . . what a
guy! . . .he really believes in Santa Claus . . .
try and sell him an Assembly seat . . . or sign
him up for Myskania . . . remember now.
fellows . . . keep those skits elean . . . no
dirt . . . remember . . . there's faeulty out
l,unnge lizurrlf' .
there . . . get to know them
.. . they 're x alualile friend
...the lJez1n's not HU touffh
as he makes out to lie . .
even if l am on probation
...plat square-with him. .
lu-'ll play square with you
. . . he sure and listen to
lloe I flausenis sermon Fun
he realli has some goof
ideas . . . he s and get at good seat on tht
bus . . . it's a long way haek to Xlhanj . .
eome on. 'nuff of this talk . . . let's get on to
the Lounge . . . haw-n't heen aloun here in
quite a while . . . last time . . . nent to sleep
. . . lillllltll' loekeal me in . . . haul at alex ll ol at l
time getting out . . . took uhout three hours
. . . now look at that . . . right there in tht
ehair . . . that s what l eztll at Hraule X hIN't'l
Come and get it
men . . . lounge lizard . . . look close . . . you
may never see another . . . these animals are
the kind you have to creep up on . . . they're
the kind that do their work . . . live at night
. . . sleep in the day . . . never known to be
taken alive . . . this guy looks as though he
might have had other things in mind . . .
my Lord . . . what time is it' . . . holy
Jello . . . pet hates . . . the women lead a soft
life . . . they eat like birds . . . and have their
delicacies . . . wondered how they did it
u11til I saw the amount in one of their meals
. . . one well baked small potato . . . a very
small spoonful of peas . . . one minute slither
of lamb . . . bread but no butter . . . water . . .
a nibble of cake . . . can't see how they sur-
Confucius say . .
mackerel . . . slept right through that class
. . . furthermore . . . it's time for dinner . . .
hope the house manager doesn't have fish
tonight . . . can eat anything but fish . . .
even liver and bacon . . . certainly is a lus-
cious looking dinner . . . eggs . . . Friday
night . . . better than fish anyway . . . could
really go for a piece of steak . . . why is it?
. . . you could eat steak anytime . . . even for
breakfast . . . one thing . . . you always have
a dessert to look forward to . . . except .lello
. . . six delicious flavors . . . fooey . . . fish and
vive . . . sounds like war rations . . . Sunday
. . . they loosen up a little . . . a fair sized
dish of ice cream . . . watch those calories,
girls . . . keep that girlish figure . . . what
girlish figure? . . . havenit seen one for years
. . . not since Mother was a girl . . . have my
hopes though . . . t,hat's why I say my
prayers every night . . . well . . . every other
night . . . well . . . when l go to church . . .
what's the difference . . . probably never see
one anyway . . . a girlish figure, I mean . . .
not a church . . . just take a look at that
picture . . . youid never think that women
looked like that before a date . . . disillusion-
ing, I calls it . . . but such is life . . . a woman's
life, that is . . . spent in trying to fool The
Man . . . and it's not her fault if she doesn't
succeed . . . but pictures do talk . . . you
should hear the conversation at a sorority
dinner table . . . isn't he smooth? . . . oh.
he's just too cute for words . . . and he flirts
like the very devil . . . but just try and get
him to date you . . . he doesn't go for any
of the stock lines . . . looks 'to me as though
heis been around plenty . . . can't believe it
. . . he d0esn't belong in State . . . should he
in Union or R. P. I ..... just goes to prove
that once in awhile a man does come to
State . . . and then they get up from the
table . . . and they go in the living room . . .
or the den . . . or the library . . . or whatever
room you have in your house . . . you must
realuulile . . .
have a room . . . and they sit down and play
eards . . .and talk . . .or they danee . . . and
talk . . .or they just sit . . . and talk . . . and
all the time they're talking . . . it's about
men . . . and eatty things ahout other
sororities . . . and why their sorority is the
hest on the eampus . . . heeause. of eourse
. . . it is . . . and so it goes . . . until eleyen
o'eloek . . . when eyeryhody in the house
floeks to the kitehen . . . to eat . . . and to
talk some more . . . or to hear the latest
dirty jokes. . . now the men . . . they neyer
talk about anything like that . . . we were
supposed to have at pieture ol' what the lnen
do after dinner . . . don't know what http-
pened to it . . . lllilylit' it was eensored . . .
mayhe it was lost in the mail . . . nniyhe
Bull was kidding . . . hut he told me the
photographer had taken one oy er nt Sigma
l,zun . . . hut anyway . . . they usnnlly talk
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shop . . . you know . . . the validity of the
theory of terminal velocity . . . can man live
without protein? . . . or some other fool thing
. . . tbat's the trouble with science majors
. . . they go intellectual during the first se-
mester of the Soph year . . . personally . . .
I think the girls have a lot more fun . . . just
for instance . . . men never hear any risque
jokes . . . except when they have faculty
speakers at their banquets . . . or some alum
from the class of '39 comes back . . . and tells
the boys . . . what the wide, wide world is
really like . . . in the country . . . and the
newest words of wisdom from the
mouth of Confucius . . . or some
other evil-minded guy . . . like a
book salesman . . . who travels . . .
but on nights when there are
formal dances . . . you don't hear
talk about such trivial things . . .
it goes like this . . . seven-thirty
come on . . . get going in that
shower . . . live got to shave yet
. . . God . . . there won't be any
hot water left . . . that house
manager ought to install a couple
of auxiliary tanks . . . how about
a ride? . . . ,loe told me I could go
with him . . . his people are tak-
ing the car tonight . . . who wants
to rent a car with me? . . . you'll
Hellfl, Miki' . . .
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have the whole back seat to yourself . .
anybody got an extra pair of links? . . . some-
body tie this tie . . . look at this damn collar
. . . wilting already . . . Ild like to get hold
of the guy that invented a stiff shirt . . . or
in a sorority house . . . who's got an extra
pair of stockings? I. . . come on . . . somebody
snap this thing up . . . Jim's downstairs
already . . . why canit he come late . . . just
once . . . he must be in the money . . . don't
get an orchid every day in the week . . .
Dear God . . . please . . . oh, please . . . keep
him sober . . . he gets so damn ugly . . . and
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makes such a damn fool of himself . . . who
you going with? . . . swell . . . see you there
. . . want to exchange a dance? . . . no? . . .
what's the matter . . . afraid you'll lose him
. . . hurry up . . . it's five after ten . . . we'll
have some job getting that car parked . . .
and we're not going to stop at the Madison
first . . . last time I went down the receiving
line smelling like a brewery . . . not so funny
when Bulger leans over and says . . . beg
pardon . . . what was the name? . . . I want
a job . . . teaching . . . not as a bartender . . .
so at about ten-thirty we finally got to the
dance . . . sober and in one piece . . . Hello,
Mike . . . you too Laura . . . whaddaya
know? . . . think the class will Ago under on
the dance? . . . well, that's good . . . only one
hundred in the hole . . . good evening, Dean
Moreland . . . hope I shook hands in the right
way . . . after that speech in Assembly last
year . . . just have to think about those
things . . . come on . . . let's take a look at
that band . . . listen . . . ever hear such a
trumpet before? . Q . Roy Eldredge . . . best
band they've had here since . . . Shaw . . .
Soiree of the class of '40 . . . or Berrigan . . .
lflulr, Cube, hlnux' . .
Soiree of the Class of '39 . . . oh. mama . . .
listen to that hoy toot . . . who said a
colored hand wasn't good . . . het there's
more satisfied people here tonight than
Chesterfield ever thought of . . . wow . . .
look at the size ol' the guy with the hull
fiddle . . . wait 'til the erowd gets here . . .
het they'll he standing five deep around the
handstand . . . and lildredge . . . never think
sueh a little guy could get all that noise out
of a little hrass horn . . . wait 'til he plays
St. Louis Blues . . . really goes to town . . .
sings and plays . . . what do you say. Roy?
. . . how ahout Une U'eloek ,lump? . . . listen
to that rhythm . . . lllillli as solid as Cih-
ralter . . . let's danee . . . he ean play the
slow ones too . . . that's what l eall a versa-
tile hand . . . everyhody's happy . . . look at
Mae . . . the way he's houneing around . . .
musie's got the hest ol' him . . . easy does it
. . . it's only eleven-fifteen . . . they'y e still
got an hour to play' after intermission . . .
you know. some people go to a danee to
dance . . . other people go to a danee to
listen 'to the hand . . . and then there are
those people who go to a danee to intermis-
sion . . . and when I say intermission . . . I
donit mean to go out and get something to
eat . . . after all . . . college kids are only
human . . . even if the Good Housekeeping
does say the modern generation is going to
the dogs . . . letas stand over here . . . the
Queen's gonna he crowned in ten minutes
. . . my Lord . . . it's Dower . . . the gal with
the boots . . . Queen of the Prom . . . het
those votes were close . . . take a gander at
those attendants . . . how would you . . .
individually . . . like to try to pick out the
most beautiful girl? . . . yeah . . . you
wouldnit pick one . . . you'd take them all
. . . well . . . you know the old saying goes . . .
you can't have your cake and eat it too . . .
that's over . . . let's skip down to Herbert's
. . . or the Madison . . . or Burt's . . . or the
DeWitt . . . and have a glass of gingerale . . .
or ale . . . or a Tom Collins . . . or a Scotch
and Soda . . . let's all meet down to Al's
afterward . . . have a plate of spaghetti . . .
hut now let's get back to the dance . . . the
hand's getting in the groove . . . wait for
that last dance . . . that'll be a fast one . . .
and wild . . . and full of rhythm . . . and lots
of screaming trumpet . . . and a boogie piano
. . . wow . . . One Oicloek . . . give, Roy . . .
one more chorus . . . the crowd loves it . . .
superior showmanship . . . the whole hand
. . . on its feet . . . every man playing for all
he's worth . . . you couldn't stand still . . .
even in a straight jacket . . . the king of the
trumpet . . . could stand here all night and
listen . . . look at Howe . . . WllSOIl . . . Kowal
. . . Kelly . . . Kluge . . . never know they're
And everywhere that Queenie went, the boots were sure to go . . .
.- s ' ' know lt'-
. . - - 1 - g so to the zero hour . . . you - - - .
Myskanla . . . and seniors . . . Jumplll .l'V'f 'lo
h tlkeabuneh of Comanc-hes . 'llhree Uieloek in the Nlornillll - - - 'l"l"l4
. . . e ' ae 1 n , ., . . . -
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. -. s s I . . . . . flu ting thong .
seems a shame that 1t all has to ent .
.. the eompanionship of dinner
ha f , . . all school . - -
everybody looks too damn ppp . , ,
s . , ,. -lpmir ul elffarettes . . . the
' ' ' 'to eat . . . and tahles . . . moo: i- '-
over . . . just time to geta bite ,
- . ' . - e 'lliowlnf' xour wax'
. - - le rush in thc, hall. . . . 4 ,. - ,
lf you don't feel llke eating . . . you ean ru , ' 4 . I
-, - ' 'ht'lIYlllt':4 Ulliei- . . . or tlif-
. t around through tlu
around . . . or park around . . . or si U
01- do anything you Want . . . it's your Commons . . . zz snooze in the Lounge . . . the
b siness and none of ours so we get dreariness ol' elasses . . . tht' l""'5f""" "l
Tuxedo Junction . .
back 'to the sorority house . . . ten minutes sehool work . . . the release . . . the est-ape
to 'three . . . couples Gll the poreh to eapzu-ity . . . wild musie . . . people just letting go. . .
. . . ears parked in front . . . the eveningis having the time ol' their lixes . . . don't think
pretty near over . . . heen a swell danee . . . alvout tomorrow . . . or next meek . . . or
everylmodyos had a wonderful time . . . happy that unit plan . . . spaghetti :it two-liliteen in
faces ...' tired feet . . . eorsages . . . erushed the morning . . . eome on . . . snap out ol' itf
. . . wilted . . . cigarettes glow here and there . . . about len seeoods Io go . . . ex ery luulj
on the poreh . . . must he the first date . . . trying to get in the door ut onee . . . why '.'
or a blind . . . so what . . . they had a good . . . llouse Nlothers . . . hulltx forms draped
time . . . wish we could have had at picture ol' in house eouts . . . impattieutlx sux ing . . .
this ...' the close oliaperlieel' day . . . getting eome on. girls . . . itis three o'eloeltl .
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We, the infamous board of the 1940 PEDAGOGUE . . . wishing to
thank everyone who assisted in the production of this book . . . are
sending orchids, especially to Frank Powers, George Heffernan, and
all the rest of Baker, J ones, Hausauer, Inc ....
.lean Sardou Studios also deserve a vote of thanks for their co-
operation . . . Bill Fox and Bill Schmitt did especially good work in
getting some of those risque eandids . . . of course, we are also thanking
Dean Moreland for allowing such scenes to be taken . . . they are
really vital, scintillating . . . or something on that order . . . it's too
bad that we couldn't print what Havko said when his was taken . . .
it was beautiful . . . and Dr. DoBell is the real photographer . . . just
look at those shots on Pages 83 and 91 . . . they're the goods . . .
Roses to the entire student body for their help . . . dandelions to
the Activities Office Crew who literally made it the GRAND
CENTRAL STATION . . .
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Rochester, N. Y.
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A Gift from
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THE ANNEX Compliments of
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THE RICE BOWLING
BRACELETS CLUB PINS
DANCE PROGRAMS AWARDS
PARTY FAVORS TROPHIES
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to see display of fraternity jewelry.
Oflicial Jewelers to the Leading Greek Letter
Organizations of New York State Teachers
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
R. Stambaugh, Representative
252 Ontario Street
WE S E L L T0
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Kappa Delta Rho Psi Gamma
No matter where you go
Official College Rings always available
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ALBANY, N. Y.
Herzog St Vernoy, Inc.
Our business is Fuel
PATROON Heater Service
Day or Night
9 Plaza 1112 Central Ave.
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877-885 Madison Ave., Albany, N. Y.
Albany, N. Y.
198 Lark Street
10-A Steuben Street
105 Central Avenue
855 Madison Avenue
1108 Madison Avenue
130 Quail Street
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