Jane Stowell Elected Wagner Queen
Jane Stowell Elected Wagner Queen
By Bill Hobokan and
Highlighting homecorning activities next weekend will be the coronation
Of Jane Stowell as Homecoming Queen F r i d a JT
night in the auditorium.
Chosen from the list of six
,candidates by popular election
l a s t Monday a n d Tuesday,
Queen Janie I hails from Yonk-
and is majoring in social
psychology. She now resides in
Born on Sept. 17, 1929, Miss
Stowell will be graduated in
June. She has been exceedingly
active in extra-curricular activities, being on the cheering squatl,
girls' baseball team and girls'
She is also a member of the
French Club, the Varsity Play-
ers and the Board of Athletic
Control. Finally, shy has served
in the capacity of junior prom
councilor and sopho~nore class
treasurer, and currently is prcsident of Alpha Delta Pi.
Privi1egt.s accorded the Queen
include a stylish hair-do from
Sonia Pyt, a corsage from Chris'
Florist Shop and a loving cup
from the Wagner Alumni Association.
Campus Chest Campaign
opes to Pass '49 $ Totall
Attired in a fur coat, courtesy
of Quality F u r Company, Her
Majesty will arrive on the campus before the IVagner-Kings
Point football contest next Saturday afternoon in a new Buick
convertible, courtesy of Robins
Reef Motor Company. She will
lead pre-game homecoming festivities and will sit in a reserved
section of the stands.
Reigns at Homecoming
The annual appeal for the Campus Com~nunityChest is now
in progress, with collectors soliciting from students, faculty and
staff members in an effort to exceed last year's total of $1,900.
The solicitation, which will continue through Nov. 23, will be
augmented by the annual Chest carnival, proceeds of which are
to help meet the goal. This year's show is scheduled for
Friday night, Jan. 19.
Thirty per ccrit of the sum raised
will go t o the World Student Service Fund, with the Staten Island
Community Chest, World Student
Christian Federation, United Negro
College Fund and S. I. YMCA receiving 25%, 15%, 10% and d%
united Student Christian Council,
S. I. Cancer Committee and American' Federation for Overseas Blind.
Contributors may, however,
designate their gift for a pariicular organization, whether on
the above list o r not.
Miss Marcelle Moore is chairman
of the Chest committee, which is
composed of Jerry ~ r a d l e Charles
Hubner and Betty Huf.
Miss Susette Meyer is in charge^
of solicitation from the faculty, 1
while Mr. and Mrs. Viohl will cover,
the collecting from staff' members.
Serving in her court will be
Miss Doris Heepe and Miss Lois
Vasoll, runners-up in the election. Other names on the ballot
were the Misses Evelyn Hall,
Kay Otten ant1 Anita Stubbe.
Miss Heepe, whose home is in
Brooklyn, also stays in South
Hall. She is a member of Theta
Pi Epsilon, a business ad major,
and has been active in various
1 Miss Vasoll, another South
Hall resident, makes her permanent home in St. ,blbans, L. I.
She belongs to Thdta Pi Epsilon
and several extra-curricular organizations.
Following the crowning of the
Queen, a football rally, featuring
the traditional bonfire, will be
held on West Campus next Friclay. The cheerleaders and college band will take part in the
celebration and former football
players will be introduced along
with coach Jim Lee Howell.
Prior to the homecoming game
all schc~olorganizations will take
part in a parade. Floats will be
exhibited and the judges will seI
the winner on the basis of
This year's budget provides for
work involved ant1
the remaining 1.5% to be split equally among the S. I. Tuberculosis
aud Health Committee, National
The parade, which will begin
Foundation for Infantile Paralysis,
on West Campus, will proceed
along Wagner College road, past
Cunard Hall and onto the athletic field. People attending the
game will be presented with
homecoming pins and the band
will entertain at the half.
President Walter C. Langsam this week mailed a three-page form 1
The contest will be followed
letter to all alumni, marking his fifth anniversary at Wagner.
by open house in Cunard, when
Reviewing first the purely physical developments since Nov. 2, 1945,
Elected Homecoming Queen by Wagner students last Monday and graduates will be able to meet
when Dr. Langsam came to The Hill, he noted the matter of registration
was Miss Jane Stowell of Yonkers.
other class members and profesas of October of each year: (Numbers in parenthesis indicate veterans)
sors. A roast becf dinner will
Day Session 374(14) 978(474) 954(510) '999(521) 966(390) 887(169)
be served at 6:30 P.M. in thc
Eve. Session 42
dining hall, with a reservation
- - - - - being needed and a charge of
$1.25 having to be paid beforeT h e president pointed out that
"the growth in student body has
I t i s also explained that the total
At 8 3 0 the alumni will hold
been accompanied by a considerable price of acquiring and improving
increase in the size of the teaching campus property has been $113,500,
its annual dance. This year's
faculty, and faculty salaries during and major capital improvements
themr will be "Autumn Welthe five-year period were increased during the quinquennium have cost
come" and continuous music will
an average of 54%."
Continuing, the writer says that
Discussing the all-important subHighlights of the night-time
ject of money, the letter states that "all this was done without any boractivities will be the presentation
"when the incumbent president took rowing and without deficit. Each
office, the college debt was $117,000, year saw a modest excess of income
of prizes to the float winners, the
which was divided as follows: mort- over expenditures, and the accumuawarding of the cup to the
gage, $67,000; note, $10,000, and lated surplus of $86,000 has now
Homecoming Queen and the preborrowed from the endowment, gone wholly into payment of the
sentation of the James Robb
$100,000. These monies have been first few installments on the cost of
Memorial Trophy to the game's
aid in full and the college
Miss Doris Heepe
Miss 'Lois ~ a & l i
I most valuable player.
Langsam Cites 5 Years
Of Wagner Development
Friday, November 10, 1950
I THE WAGNERIAN I\rc37c~s[ITHE HILLTOPPER 1
A publication of the Wagner College Student Associatipn, issued
every two weeks from October to June, with the exception of
holidays. Office at Wagner College, Staten Island 1, N. Y. Subscription $2.00.
Editor-in-chief ........................ Marvin I. Duskin
ATms Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..Phil Brittain
Sports Editor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..Sabin Mancini
Ma.ke-ztp Editor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . .Arlene Cantor
Photograplaer ............................... .Roy O'Brien
Circztlation Managers. .... .Emily George and Elleneva Kamp
R tisiness Manager. ..........................David Ryffel
Faculty Adviser. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..Mr. Dieckman
Points of View
>Ion., So\. '1;
By Arnold Wolinitz
Sorry I coultln't write over the
.+Jrr 31021 a B ~ a ~ ~ h a g ?
( wcekend, hut I wa, so busy stucjyirig
If not, for a prnny postcard, a bean and enough patience to
for two exams totlay t11at I tlitln't get
acceptance you can join seven tnillion others in one of the
a chancc. Tliink I made out all riglit
anti am hoping for at least orlc "A," ~ i i o \ texclusive associations in existt.ncc, "The Beanbag Club."
I know ho\v important this first term
It h i l ~bccome the 111ost exciting rag(, since thc famed pyramid
1'111 going to bed early ilo~lighl ant1
make up for sollie lost sleep. Lately
I've been gcttinc only about seven
1 know 1 need eigllt or
( ( l i ~ u r and
Elaine Hendricksoti T,onny Marks
CI1:trlie sass it looks just like home.
':'he fcllows at the Iiouse are s\vell
t o the pletlgcs. Instead of stupid
stunts, wc (lo constructive work
Ted loving to^^
arountl tlie house. A few of the
1)rotIierstlrink a little, hut J know they
rcsl)ect 1lle for 'l)c)lil('l!. saying "No
tllanks, I don't tlrink."
3lct a few girls, hut nothing like
About 50 people iii JVagner are trying to tnakc the Student Miill write aaain scon.
Your loving son.
Association an effective organization. These people attend
Some People Have It
every SA m e ~ t i n g .
They are the people who support clubs, who staiitl ul) ior
their rights and bring up significant issues. They 1iel~-)ed
a fighting- Seahawk spirit.
They're interested in the condition of Wagner, the new
buildings and student facilities. They're proud of Wagner and
Wagner, in its own quiet way, appreciates their efforts.
T h e $G4 question is why miwe students don't get u p some
interest and enthusiasm. H o w ? Start hy ,coming to SA meetings and bringing your reluctant budtlies.
hascos of bygone days.
And it's all part o f one of the zaniest viewing hours in television. till~ingplace ;it I1 P. h1. on IVNBT, (channel 4) when
"l3roadway Open I-louse" I~oldsforth.
0 1 1 AIonda) and IVedncstlay nights RIorey Amsterdam is
c.111cc~.but lie h;l>n't caused ~nucllof a stir, being coinplctely over~hr~tlowcti
l q his Tuesday, Thursday, 1:riday partner, squire Jerry
One can hardly imagine that this T V clown began his career
a, a ballet dancer, which he dropped for comedy soon after.
* * *
ROI-I, it has bern remarlied, brings to mind a particular type
o f woman who looks far more appealing with her hair in disarray,
her eyelids heavy and her dress falling off her shoulders. If you
tidy her locks and straighten her scams, she's a dull thing of a girl.
Since hardly any scripts :ire used for the show, many slip-ups
occur, inc,rely atlding to the polite pandemonium.
* * *
Thc supporting cast features a pygmy of a female, about 6'1"
tall. labeled Dagnar. Indcrd, one of the most alluring of the
f l , f ~ r ~ d\vcal<er
s r s sreri anywhere, anytime, anyhow, Dag, a vocalist by
I'rrr /rrriRI>l sorry I'zv, rrrissrd n
ti.;~tlc.hasn't sung a note yet. And with one glance in her di,.,,,pl, ,,f dtr~l.t.,/lOrlcy,hilt I C / O / drtryeasily without a
qrd illto lZ blind d ~ j o~y [the~ p/r.dnr 1'ccti"rl. it is ;ll)parellt that she can pass
.qt~l. niglrt (r~r(/I voict'.
ptrrijl trt fke ho~~.sr
.icvls so tired h y rrridnight fro111htitrg
l:chlie\ring herself to be n great literary genius, the buxum
bored tlltr/ I zitort riglrt to bed.
1)lontf "d~composes" originill poetry (that's what she calls it) and
I , I ,h,t,d
diq, I z ~ ~ o dIznr~e
d zoirt-d you to nmb
* * *
t l ~ rfir.st truin. I /lad t r good c.rt'~c.sc
.After complt~tinghvr act, n a g seats herself on one side of the
tr~kcnnottro girl, irnd then r r r ~
"pul" CI~orlircorrra tlrr,ozf<~lru.lif/~fh(r/ stage and is "on ciimera" nlost of the hour, supposedly to add
"color" to the goings-on. For this alone, more men over 50 have
,r,o,rt o j lust r?iolrl
seen perched closer to their screens than ever before.
.stud>~irrgGrnrrtrl E d , so I rOlrldl,,l
The' format of the Program has it being interrupted by a short
i~lritt>. I skortld br doinn t/tl7t rigkt
atlvrrtise~nrnteach quarter hour, regardless of what is happening
lloa'~btlt yozLcorrrr fir.r/.
The girls Iterr arc (1 scld br*rlrlr.
therrl rozrld r7'cr r l ' r r l ~ r r rlro
The initial portion is usually devoted to introducing the per-
Does Plus Equal Minus?
Once again midterms are ul)oii US and once again grades
come to mind, particularly final gr;tdes, which are recorded for
bettcr or worse.
A good deal of students are usually dissatisfied with their
marks, and some of them rightly so. W h y ? The answer is
A student whose average is in the 1,lus bracket is brought
sonnel, which includes, besides Lester and Dagmar, Milton DcLugg,
(!own to the level of the one whose ayerage is i n thc minus
~ o t s n/oz~rfro111
combination bantlleader and accordionist who is noted for his hit
Ynr~rftrnn, l 1 'iIIic
column. This practice is tlefinitel?7 unfair to the person +vhose
"Hoop-dc-(loo" and "Orange Colored Sky ;" Dave
* * *
grade is higher, since there is certainly a scholastic tlift'erence
Mellowlarlis, singers; Ray Malone, a clever chap
M ~ night
between the two levels.
youthful Wayne Howell, announcer.
T h e situation can be remedied by recording plusses and
o f thc ti,me finds the ereref perfornzi71.g its
minuses on the transcript, o r by changing the system of markFtrncfions
irrcifi~rg riotous fu~x in tlzc audience. All in
last week with After
eeith flzirtlz awl mcrrinzeni before hitting
Let's give credit where cr,edit is due!
beasts, I really made out like mad
Bca~zbaga ~ opcft
your house to "Broadthis weekend. peggycame through
Most of US rct11embe1- our high school student 1)otly (or Gcnera1 Organization) campaigns as fun-filled times of election slogans,
speeches, rallies and the like. We of the ~ a g n e r i a nfeel that this
practice would be a healthy ant1 enjoyahlc tradition for The Hill
T h e lone drawback t o this plan would be the possible illfeeling that might develop as a result of campus political parties.
B u t a broadminded attitude toward this interesting idea would
bring about a n annual event in which all students could partake.
Think about it, Wagner!
Hide Claws, Try Applause;
Back Grid Team Cause
~ ~ ~ e~ p . s~h o u~' d a T h" e cheers,
~ and back-slapping come easily
much when one is on the winning side, but when disheartening denoise the campus cops raided the
place. I'll be o n double pro this feats start piling
spring if "F's" and this kind of stuff are all the old songs of praise.
Last year, the Wagner gridders rolled up a n imposing
After we got the girls a
record of seven wins and one tie, against a solitary defeat.
(ha! ha!), we stopped a t a bar, alafter
loss of the baclcready half-bagged. They say Charlie This season, the Hawks face the
of a winning squad.
man warpetl almost to the , > o i ~ put
~ t ' me t o bed about 4 5 0 . Wonder dismal prospect of finishing the
Let's save the crying towels un~
of illsanity in his racial hatred.
who took care of him. Room's a schedule ~ v i t l only
til next Year, and if the Hawks are
film fails a t
again successful, a wailing wall will
reversal of form.
ill presenting so reasollless alltl lop- IS merely an extra now.
As a piece of this type invariably be provitled for the benefit of all in
sided a character for the tloctor.
remember when siriks into maudlinncss, we will grit need.
Whcn Widmark's brother dies, lie I wasn't shot. Got pretty well oiled our teeth and follow the prescribetl
Instead, save the energy for next
works himself into a fury of snarl- with "the boys" last night.
Saturday, Homecoming Day, and
ing vengeance. The showdown is
Let's try to avoid the teeth-gnash- try to cheer Jim Lee Howell's
Pledge life is wicked; 1'11 be glad
a contrived bit of melodrama with when I'm a brother and can make inp ant1 outraged cries and wait for charges to a victory over the Kings
the would-be killer holding the the new guys sweat.
nest season before indulging in the Point Mariners. Enthusiasm for a
In other winner means little; support when
doctor and his brother's ex-wife
Take it slow like your lushy custorrlary histrionics.
(Linda Darnell) at bay.
wortls, this has been a season of re- the going is rocky is all-important.
"No Way Out," one of the last
of the Negro problem films, is an
adroit blending of flashy melod r a m a t i c ~ alttl savagely pointed
Wlicn two ,brothers are brought
into a county hospital, aftcr they
have been n~ouiitled in a running
gunbattle wit11 the police, chance
has it that tlie attentlant interne is
a Negro (Siclney Poitier). 111 itself
this woultl nlean nothing, hut one
of them (Richart1 Witlmark) is a
prising lad) got a couple of Slidemore queens up here for the house
party Sat. night.
Mine was ~ a n d a and
I! 1 dropped a weed into my pantscuffs and some joker poured a pint
Friday, November 10, 1950
T h e Wagnerian
Upsala Up, 34-6,
lop in Jersey
Gridmen Tackle P M C
CORNER Tomorrow Chester
With a large cro\vd of Wagner students expected to accompany
Last Friday night the Seahawk pigskinners traveled to East Orange, N.J.
the team, the Hawk gridmen will travel to Chester, Pa. to~norrow
B y "Red" Duskin
and absorbed a 34-6 beating from Upto visit the Perm Military Cadets at 2 o'clock.
sala College. But despite the 101)\\:hew! 'I'hese suction soles is killin' me. And the B.O.
The home club will field a strong eleven, despite a record of
sided score, Coach Jim Lee Howell horn hasn't honlced yet . . . Weec-tweee . . . Did that fantastic
two triumphs and five defeats. Its victories have been at the exsaid he was well-pleasetl with his club.
little jerk thi111; I didn't see him shovin'? Shoot two . . . How pense of the niloravian Greyhounds, 21-0, and Albripht. 12-7, while
Tlie Hawks played one of their best
games to date, losing to an experienc- do you like this smokehouse? This place is gonna go up in
the losses were to Scranton, W e s t
ed ant1 well-manned team that has lost flames some day and nobody'll know the difference. W h a t a
Chester Teachers, Delaware, Lebonly once in six outings.
anon Valley and Drexel, all reprecatastastroke . . . Shaddup. Yes you . . . Weee-tweee . . . Oh-oh,
IJpsala jumped into the lead at the \r atch this big goon in the bucket . . . \TTatcha gonna do. Sittill'
seting larger S C ~ I O O I ~ .
T h e Islanders likewise are in the
outset when, on the secontl play of
Bull, camp there all night? . . . Gimme the ball. The ball. You
~ I T ~ ~ l r n i t or
l s a t disa,~pointingseason,
the game, a Seeds to Hooper pass
having also amassed a record of
coveretl 65 yards for a touchtlown. Icriow, that rbund thing that bounces
W a g n e r cage crew will play
Oops, outta bounds. H i t a dame in the puss
two wins and five setbacks.
From this point until the middle of
Sorry tlieT h efirst
of a 23-game schcdule
Due to injuries, the H a w k s have
the second quarter, the Green more madam . . . Yes madam . . . Yes madam
Saturday night, Dec. 2, when it
two starters in the persons of
than held its own, scoring one TI]' ~i~~~ the ball, madam!
. Weee-tweee . W h a t does-she meets Roanoke College of Salem,
Jack Dicker and Jim Klem. B u t
and threatening twice Illore.
Va. in the New 1)orp High School
the return of Paul Perfette to the
The Waener tallv came after Neil want me to do? Buy her a new face t o go with those teeth?
stolen tllc hall frolll -her
plate probably comes out like a flyin' saucer anyway. gym. T h e remaining home games backfield has compensated to a
played in Curtis High.
Rogers on the Upsala 31. Mift Grosz Weee-tweee
. Let her sue :. The 600 millionaires that own willT hbe
large extent for the absense of the
e Seahawks, w h o lost heavily
lunged f o r a yard and after an in- this ioint won't give her the time of dav .
b y graduation, will defend their
Weee-(blurp) . . . Darn near swalfowed the whistle. Fine championship of the Greater New
F r o s h Standout
pass from Paul Perfette on the 10 and
York Conference. Hofstra, one of
from New Dorp
raced across the goal. Toe Lauro's
the eight teams in the conferetlce has passed and run for quite a
try for point was low.
last season, has dropped out, leav- bit of yardage and has been the
he ~ i l l t o p ~ e had
r s threatened pre-I i\Jo madam . . . Gimme the ball, madam! . . . No, I ain't pickin'l
ing Wagner, Cooper Union, Queens, sparkplug for the Howellmen since
viously, right after the llonle club'qlon you, madam . . . I didn't throw the ball out . . . I t was that
Adelplii, P r a t t , Brooklyn P o l y and his restoration t o play.
by taking the liickoff a n d ' scatter arm, pistle-packin' playmaker over there . . . Weee-tweee Kings Point.
Filling in for the ailing Klem as
driving to the enemy's 23 The fea-
Though%s o f a Basketball Referee
. . It7"'un1ber nigh-un . . . Shoot one.
ture of this course was a 52-yard pass
Halftime. There goes old B.O. Thought that horn would
nlav. Perfette to But1 Kenvon Bur
Wagner was held on downs.
never blast. Chin's bouncin' off m y kneecaps. Lungs are
bustin' . Gotta get t'the dressin' room . . . Stashed a cold
After an exchange of fumbles, Bol~
bottle of beer in the shower . . If that clown workin' the other
tiurney intercepted an Upsala tos\ ant1
W h a t did h e do that
ran it to the opposition,s 25. Agaill side of the court don't beat me t o it
blood pressure and
the Hawks were stopped on tIowns.
During the second half the Howell- a split lip. I'm no insurance risk myself. Lookit all these guys
men couldn't organize a n sustained in the .isle trvin' t o break a sDlint record . .
Pardon me Miis? . . . An autograph? Sure thing . . . Urait
--On the prevlous Saiurtiay. tile iocais
lost to Ursinus at Grylnes HII1, 25-e ~ i i iI ::ripe the sweat outta my eyes . . . Y'weicome . . . Hmtnm.
T h e game
was decided h v lonr. runs, Not too bad . . . 1,ooks like a eater though . . Last dame 1 took
with Rill Fisher racing 80 and 66 out was a real eater. Belted over six champagne cocktails at
$1.25 per, waded through a double steal;, a Baked Alaslca and
Wagner took a first period lead
was startin' to order benedictine and brandy to line up the
when Grosz crashed over from the
to culminate a SO-vartl move Per- empties. Makes a nice fence, she says . . . It'll be hamburger
fette intercepted a th;ow at rnitlfieltl to and beer for the next one, or else . . . What's that, lady? Autostart the series.
graph? . . . Oh sure . . . Step right over here in this quiet little
Grosz smashed for 16 yards in two corner. There now . . . W h a t did vou sav vour name was?
tries while Perfette tossed a 2 - y a r d 1
Weee-tweee . . . Let's get this second half goin'
pass to Winkler, who matle eight more
on a sweep, After Grosz I,lowetl
This is supposed t o
over, LauroVs attemnt for conversion W h o wants to be a kippered herring?
be a college basketball game but I don't see nobody in the first
From then on it was all Ursinus, 20 rows under 50. Seniors no doubt . Weee-tweee . Up
who scored in the last three quarters l
offa the floor . . W h o d'ya think y'are, Strangler Lewis? .
to avenge it? losses to tlie Islantlers
o f the last two years.
out so far I'm liable to trip ovcr it
basketball brigade i s R a y (Hoagy)
Doody, a senior.
I t will be remembered that last
year's club won 19 and tlropped
five, the best record ever compiletl
a Wagner five. F o u r of the
Roxin' refer':., that's what I should be doin' . . . Work a few
teams that defeated the H a w k s will
Names of members of this sea- prelims, nice and quiet . . . Then get relief . . . Break it up bops be met again this canipaign, St.
soil's g-irls9 basketball team have . . . Gimme the ball. The BALL. Were-twece . . . Substitution Lawrence, Albright, Brooklyn Colbeen announced by Miss Helen1 . . . Here comcs Dracula. A real gland case if I ever saw one. lege and Manhattan.
out. I 97ced it as ;uzlclz as tkcsr lzzt!?zan flagstaffs . . . T h e schetlule:
T h e y are Jane Stowell, Pat
the clzecrleader . . . Gravel Gertie in bobbysox . . Dec. 2 Roanoke
Townsend, Barbara Horvath, Ellen
Dec. t; a t F o r d h a ~ n
flip, iriplc-jig a ~ ~siugle
d hop, all Dec. 8 Western Maryland
~ ~ l i ~ ~~~b~~~
~ ~ ~~ k i ~, J~~~ ~
k set this
Heartl, Mickey Schmidt, Chris in out. Il/eee-tweee . . . tf,'ill this thing ever end? I feel like a Dec. 1:s at Kiugs Point
Thing, F r a n Gutekunst, Norma cztrcd l o x rinlzt
I Z O W . . . I17cee-twece . . . Wlzat habbe7red
to that Dec. 16 Clarkson
tivzckeeprr? Alzotlzcr Stc$kcn Fctchit. W h r c - f w e e c . . . Walki~z' Dec. 20 a t i\,Ianliattan
Kayser and Bunny Clauson.
. . U'eee-twece . . . Clzargilz' . . . Wcee-tzueec . . . Hackin' Dec. 8.1 a t Cooper Union
T h e squad will open its season
.i at l'ratt
c . . . Oh, forget it kid. T h e Jan.
at home against . . . Gimme the hall . . . G i ~ ~ z t nthJan. 10 a t h l o ~ a t i a n
Irorn. Gal~ne's over. It coztldn't be . . . Weee-tweec.
the LIU lassies.
Jan. 1:; D i c k i n s o ~ ~
Jan. 17 at Stevens
ever, tlicy have tied N.YU, 6-0, lost Jan. 20 Adelplii
in an upset to Adelphi, 9-6, and J a n . 27 a t Albright
I)owetl by one point in their other Jan.
a t St. Peter's
Amidst all the glamour of floats, dances and homecoming queens, losses. I n a pre-season scrimmage, Feb. 2 Johns Hopkins
the invasion of Grymes Hill by the Kings Point football squad next week W a g n e r (lid not show up too well Feb. c i a t PlllC
has been slightly overlooked: However, the Mariners give every indica- against thc team from Garden City, Feb. 9 a t F & i\~l
L. I .
tion that they will be noticed before the day is over.
Feb. 10 a t Gettysbury
T h e last time W a g n e r had the misfortune to schedule the Merchant
Feb. 1 4 at Hofstra
Marine Academy the sailors came out o n top b y a lusty 66-0 score. While
ON RADIO Feb. 17 Queens
110 such slaughter is expected on
T h e W a g n e r vs. PMC grid Feb. 21 Brooklyn College
Homecoming Day, the Seahawks
T h e Mariners hage had a medi- g a m e tomorrow in Chester, Pa. Feb. 21 Brooklyn Poly
will be facing a rough grid aggre- ocre season s o far, winning two, will be broadcast over W V C H , Feb. 28 at Upsala
losing three and tying one. H o w - 740 o n t h e dial, a t 2 P.M.
l ~ l a r . :; Kings Point
It's Kings Point Next Week
( a ) 1 sneak up on ~t
(b) I starve it to death.
Mzarrag H o f f l ~ ~ a njunior:
I get home and the T V set is on.
I take out my books, lay them prone
on the table and establish my thoughts
s o that they are conducive to proper
education. T h e n 'f relax arid watch
the "Howdy Doodp Show."
Margie Snyder, junior :
I forget the combination of my
locker till mid-terms.
Rnlpls Carlorti, junior :
Find the guy who did it before.
Irvitz G e i ~ e.Cc/tz~~a~z,
F ~ a n k Freer, senior :
Adelaid Hqrlrtsdorfer, f rosli :
(I,ooks blank and nods her heatl.)
Steve Ebbin, f rosh :
I put my books on the desk, jump
on them, and beat them.
Clzavles Hztbne;, junior :
Accutl~ulation of five other brains.
Ray Ilp(lrstyt~p,soph :
1 look a t it a little while till I get
Arlene Sclzwart,-, soph :
Take pen in hand and let it do the
Bob Afc Hale, frosli :
I beat it up badly.
With fingernails, vile language and
criticism of my instructors.
VP's in Action
Friday, November 10, 1950
the stilder~t to abolislz it, and do if%By Ruth Christensen
T h e second performance of
sfifzcte a rzezu text, thereby prebaring
Oscar Wilde's "The Importance
rL712e~t,in the course of scholflsfic
fitlly f o l , the exa,rL,
of Being Earnest" will be pre* * *
T w o new oficers were elected held its first program meeting Thurs- evettts, it becotnes inipossrblr for one
sented tonight a t 8:30 in the
at the first meeting of the Board of day night, Oct. 26. In conjunction to avoid fuvther dclny in stzdyir~g,When Little willie begins to
auditorium by the Varsity PlayPublications last month. Mrs. Scott with the national celehration of United and to m.ruwte, because o f a f e w "F'.r,"
n station to euhiclt the gradcs entitle
I was elected permanent chairman Nations week, the group was host to
got a big exam.
Under the direction of Chris
and David Ryffel was chosen secre- a team from Wagner's Debate Soci- him, a decent rcsl)ect to the opiiliows For maybe a week he studies
Deane, the show, which opened
tary. Both took office immediately.
ety, which discussed the topic, Re- of one's parents requires that one
last night, inaugurates the Zlst
T h e current editors of the Kal- solved: Thnt the Not?-Cominunist Na- sizould hegitt to cram for +!lid-temrs. He reallv worries , (tc.l
season of V P affairs.
lista, Student Handbook, Wagneri- tions Should Form a N e w Interv~a- For w e hold thesr truths to he
self-evident: that all students ore He's worked himself in a terrible
an, and Nimbus submitted reports tiolral Organization.
outlining the procedure for their
Charles D'Arrigo and Murray Hoff- created equal; that they are c h r g e d
election of editors. They summed man presented the affirmative case, with certailz unalie~zablesubjects; that W h e n the day arrives to meet his
up the requirements for a n editor- while Louise Kehoe and Lloyd Berg a m n g t h e are history, Frewch, ai~d
By Carol Plumb
ship post in three words: willing- debated the negative side. Philip 0'-the Pursuit o f philosophy; that to H e was ready-at
chanson im- ness, experience and ability.
Keefe, assistant editor of "Product secwre good grades, books are in- And felt prepared t o take the test.
ported from France where it was
A report was made on the allot- Engineering Magazine" (a McGraw- stituted among stzddents, deriving their T h e questions o n it were not a t all
known as "Les Feuilles Mortes." The ments to the various publications Hill publication) acting as judge, de- j w t m e from the will of tlze m e r ;
words lost much of their effectiveness from the total student activity fund. cided in favor of the negative.
that, whenever any book becmzes use- 'Cause the ones he studied were
in the English version but the sad, 111 percentages they are:
not even there!
George Bardes, president of the less of these ends, it is the right of
haunting melody, plus a few hundred
IKC, welcomed the audience and ex- 1 ~ A A A A A A A A - - A A A A A A A A ~ A A A A A ~ A A &
plugs from the publishers will make
pressed the hope that future meetings 4
this a favorite with lonely hearts.
will see a larger turnout. H e said 4
The Thing-What was it? Nobody
should occupy a prom"Ruth Janren: Formerly with Arthur Murray Studios
knows, least of all Phil Harris, who
Final action a t the meeting was inent position in Wagner affairs, and
Formerly with Dale Dance Studios
recorded it. But it's one of the cutest to form a committee to investigate corlld only do so with the increased
*James Smith: ~ o r m e r l ywith Arthur Murray Studios; formerly manager )
novelties in a long while.
o f dance studios a t the "Cloister," Sea Island. Ga., and
the possibility of placing the finan- support of students.
the H o t e l Stockton, Sea Girt, N. J.
Molarses-A group named Lenny ces of all four publications in a
Connors and the Taffy Pullers, or joint-pool. to be iontrolled by the1
Will Teach You t o Dance Expertly NOW! !
something, waxed this one. These Board. Mr. Dieckman was ap4
are singers? This is a song? This is pointed chairman, assisted by Fred
A Complefe Course of
Coach "Bunny" .Barbes was
Brockman, Harry Volr, and Dean forced t o cancel this year's crossSIX
LESSONS for Only $14.00 b
I've Never Been in Love Before- Bacher.
country schedule due t o t h e fact
There's nothing really wrong with
International Relations Club
that only four men turned out
this tune. It just souncis like any
The International Relations Club for pi-actices.
other love song.
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Doris Day's cozy little whisper makes
this sound like a good song, which it
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Little White Duck-Burl
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swim around a pond.
TEACHER IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
If I W e r e a Bell-If she were,
Cominon Branches License No. 1
Mindy Carson declares she'd be ringing, in a ditty from the Broadway
bsav. Oral-lntmrvhw T a ts; cotme wll I con- 1
tinue tG datg of
exam; - _
show, "Guys and Dolls." If the
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Practlce tests and individual guidance to d e v e l o ~skill in answering
dication, "Guys and Dolls" has the
Emphasis on newer trends a n d practical teaching' procadures.
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