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1945. which of Pacific at citation intre- while e Mariana Lt. of a unit and of life skill, dar- brought campaign. the high- Naval Lt. Neff He footbaJI. initial an offiCl'r was com- six Eug1·m· from tlw to his Shevlin Gt·rmaint• miss- taan; April been on a States off the messagt· adjutant tht• young recl'ivl•d on the Wl\re pre- St>ptember is that Mindanao, of by tor- the west- indications ship, and killed by to reach was gov- as arc in There is to circum- conclusion r prisoners e sinking.\ to the the war States and wife and 25, Shev- There the flier written He n after the December prisoner camp. In card was asized that was pe- brother, is a pris- Both school and Day 2449 St. with r.=~~~~·- Happy. Ea~r ,. To You! . 111LIL T() IP IRIESS Turn in That RedCrossMoney 2463 VOLUME III CORTLAND STATE TEACHERS COJ,.LEGE, CORTLAND. N.Y. MARCH 27, 1945 NUMBER 1.5 C . . . onstitntion ·-~- ' Ailopte(l by Beta Club Ruth Dowd aud Dr. L. F. Sunderman Plan Joint Recital Proceeds of Program On April 25 Promised To College Camp Fund College· Governing Board Discussed at Meeting Last Night .\n evening of musical enjoyment by two distinguished artists for the benefit of the Cortland State Teachers college camp .• After several wee.'u, of careful prepnr- fund will he presented Wednesday evea- .. ttion the Beta The1a Omega, newly or- ing April 25, when Miss Ruth Dowd, ~tanized men's club at c.s:r.c., has soprano, of th(· faculty of Cortland State .tdopted the constitution which appearo and Dr. Lloyd Frederick Sundermann, below. As evidenced '>y the fine job the} basso, of OsweRo State T!•achers college have done on the constitution, the men app!'ar in a joint rcdtal in the college really mean business in their effort to auditorium. promote the kind of student ·unity and The admission prirl' is only $. 75 for thoughtful participathn in student gov- stud!•nts ami faculty. It is hoped that the crnment which will bt:st herv1· Cortland. audience will fill the hou»e, sim:c all money The regular meeting of H. T. 0. wah above cxpl•nses gm:» to the !'amp fund. held at the chapter ro·Jmb at 7:30 :\.1onda) :\.1iss Dowd has served as a member of I!Vening, March 26. At this meeting the the State Teachers ('OIIcge faculty for the men discussed the Constitution of the past scver,tl }Cit!'~;. An artiht of unques- College Governing ~oaro and ma.de a tioned talent, she studied voice with Frank definite effort to becume informe<l on the LaForge of 1\:cw York City and Harold q~alificahons needed for the variuuh 5tU· M. Butler at Srracuse university. She <lent offices and the method of electing holds the degree of Master of M Utiic spec- those officers. i alizing in voice. Subsequent to her study CONSTITUTION OF B. T. 0. CLUB at Syracuhc, she sang the role of \Bury- dire\ in Glu<·k's \Orpheus at Syracuse with Rit-hnrcl Hale of New York. Nu- merou~ audieu ·cl> remember Miss Dowd as ,.,o)oha with symphony orchestra~, the university chorus and orchestra at Syra- cuse. Recently, she appeared in public rcdtab in the College of Fine Arts at Syraeu,.,e and at Willard Straig!1t Hall at Cornell a' well as appe~ranccs in New York, .\lbany and Buffalo. Article 1-!'\ame This organization ~hall be known as the Beta Theta Omega of Cortland Stat(' Teachers college and its home offil'e shall he in the city of Cortland, statt• of !'\ew York. Article 11-Purpose The purpose of this cluh is to promote <chool spirit and student unity. Article III-Membership Members of this organization shallmn- sist of any regularly enrolled male student of Cortland State Teaeher~ collt•ge, who is interested in the aceomplishnwn 1 of its purpose. Article IV-Officer~ The officers of this organization shall ht· president, vice-president, serretar~· and treasurer. Continued on page 4, Col. I Shirley Doust aud Jane McKennan Placed Shirley Doust is another G. E. senior to sign her contract. Next year she will teach kindergarten at Manlius. Shirley comes from Syracuse and has been an active student at C. S. T. C. She is a member of Aquatic dub, Masquers, an A. C. E. officer, a member of Clio sorority, now being ~orority president, and a co- chairman of the Lyceum committee. She did her practice teaching at Tully and in the kindergarten on campus. She likes sports and says her ambition in life is to be a good teacher and a good wife. Making the sixth physical edumtion senior to sign a contract, jane Mci<ennan will teach next fall at Waterford, which is just north of Albany. \Mac\, who hails from Herkimer, is well known for her athletic ability. Here at Cortland she is especially known for her skiing and records show that she has re- ceived a prize every year in skiing co•npe- tition. She has played on just about all the class sport teams and is a member of the Aquatic club. \Mac\, herself, thinks golf is her best sport. In high school she won many prizes in golf competition. She also had the honor of being \Snow {juecn\ of Winter Carnival during her frosh year. \Mac\ is president of Arc.thusa and also heads the Interfraternity C{luncil. She has numerous hobbies, but her main one is a scrapbook in which she has collected pic- tures of the present world war from 1937 up to date. At Waterford, \Mac\ will be teaching physical education and hygiene to the third through twelfth grades. The Hilltop learned just before going to press that two more physical education seniors have signed contracts. These are Dorothy jorgensen of Pelham, who will teach at East Greenbush, and Robert Robinson of Newark, New Jersey, who will teach at Spencer. \A Word to the Wise-\ flr. Sunderman is professor of musir at Owego Stntt·. In over 1,000 ronrf'rts thrnuglmut the tlni ted Stales, he has bt•t•n acdaiml..J as a gifted young reciwlh·t, radio artist, oratorio singer and cundu1·tor Sinee 1924, he has been awarded several sl'holarships in musk one of whieh was till' Madame Thelma Goldiska, \Opera C'nmique,\ Pmis l 924-25. Critics have hailed l>r. Sunderman as a talentt•d ha\'\, whose line feeling and stu- dent le{'hniqut· make him a popular en- ter t.'liner. The program will be as follows: Thanb Be to Thee (.\riol>o) Handel Aufenthalt Sehubert Aria: II lal'eratn bpirito Verdi (Simon Bo<'mnegra) :\Ir. Sunderman Luoghi sercni l' rari An die Mu~ik Mandoline Micaela's :\ir from \Carnwn\ ~li~s llowd :'\\ ur, wer die Sennsurh t kenn t l>onaudy Sc-hubert I >chus~y Bizet Tsehaikowsky lnvictus Overtones Le Cor (Thi! Horn J Mr. Sunderman Huhn Rasbach Ficgier Christ \\'t·nt rp into the Hills Alone Silver SC'a :\!nod~ Miss llowd Hageman Harris Tyson Thine Alone from \Eilcl'll\ Herbert Neapolitan Nights Zameenik Song of Love from \Blossom Time\ Romberg Miss l>owd and Mr. Sunderman Aliee Nelson .tl the piano for Mr. Sun- derman. Louisa Jom.-,., at the piano for Miss I >owd Duo Piano Concert by Druke and Shaw Enjoyed Wednesday evening, Mareh 21, a two piano conrert was held in the college audi- torium. The artists, Helen Druke and Walter Shaw are both natives of the United States. Miss Druke was born in Salt Lake City where she received her early musical training and made her con- cert debut there after extensive travel and study in Europe. Mr. Shaw comes from Pittsburgh, where he displayed extraordi- nary talent before he was ten. Both hnvc had the good fortune to study pian() with Carl Friedberg, who rerognized the blending of pianistic tal- ents. All who attended the program enjoyed the new beauty of tone and quality. The artists were brought by the college lyceum committee. News Briefs Metropolitan Opera Star to Sing Aprilll Alumni Bringing Former Cortlandite to C S T C Stage Mrs. Marie Wilk:n~, Metropolitan Opera Star, will appear April 11 in the college auditorium. At thio writing there ure 250 til-kets left out of 1,000 in the alumni office. If there are any students who wish to attend, tht·y should purchase their tickets before Ea .. ter vacation. During the past year Mrs. Wilkins has sung concerts on tours from coast to coast in United States, and into Canada to Nova Scotia and Quebec, and to points in the state of \Vashington, California and Texas. She was the first person to give a cono::-ert in St. joseph d'Alma in Northern Quebec Province on the Saguenay River. Among the larger cities where Mrs. Wilkins has sung concerts are Washington, D. C., Baltimore, Houston, Detroit, Ak· ron, Cindnnati, Seattle, San Antonio and Montreal. She will sing in Syracuse April 15. Travel ronditinns ! rcatl~· rom plicate the concert businf;!ss m wartime, and, in these journeys one takes many means of getting places that would not ordinarily be nere-ssary. Mrs. Wilkins says that she has traveled in everything but a rovered wagon, and has found herself in some very strange places between trains, but \the show must go on,\ and not a concert has been mis~cd or postponed. Mrs. Wilkins is a lyric-coloratura so· prano, a term whkh is not always under- stood. It means a voice that has the range and flexibility of a coloratura so- prano, with the quality and volume of a lyric soprano. These attributes open a vastly wider field of repertoire than is open to a rolora- tura alone or a lyric soprano al<>ne. It means that Mrs. Wilkins can do such col· oratura roles as Rosina in The Barber of Se\•ille, ()r Lucia eli Lammcrmoor, Gilda in RigoleUo, and also Marguerite in Faust and Mimi in La Boheme. On her eoncerL Continued on Page 4, CoL 2 !Gen;r~i=E=d=u=e=a,=tio=n=-. ==r-T=n=rn=h=u=ll=.,=P=r=a=t=t Students Revive ~Did' Co-editors Local A. C. E •. Membership Drive Held ReportProgress Recently; Miss Elizabeth Barrows Speak!!! at Meeting Noller, Baker, Kinsman, The Association for Childhood Educa- Jorgensen, Found and lion was recently organized and got off to Otb.ers Active a good though very late start at the meet- ing, Tuesday evening, March 20 in the The seniors are hard at work preparing kindergarten room. the tangible evidence of their four year After Alice Muller, president, called the ·(.journ at Cortland State-the '45 Did. meeting to order, the secretary, Eleanor The three big bugaboos-paper shortage, Witteman read the roll can and an attempt labor scarcity and where-with-all-are was made by the members present to he- hewg dealt with valiantly by the staff, come acquainted with each other. The .md i•. is planned that the book will go to treasurer's report was read by the secre- pre· .~ shortly after the Easter recess. tary, who is acting as treasurer, as Jean Under the direction of the intrepid McCawley, the treasurer is out doing her Penny Noller, business manager, the en- student teaching at this time. The other tire staff participated in a Booster Cam- offirer is· Ann Gardiner, vice-president. paign, the idea being to invite townspeople When old business and new buoiness to declare themselves as sponsors or had been taken up, a brief history of the \boosters\ for the yearbook. This van- organization was read. Then the pleasant ture netted about $100 for the treasury. surprise of the evening, promised to the Orchids go to those foot-weary souls who members of this organization, made her trudged all over Cortland in search of appearance. This was Miss Elizabeth boosters-Eieonora Gordon, Leyta New- Barrows from the Cortland public library. ins, Ann Gardiner, jean Crossgrove, Pat Miss Barrows, who is an outstanding figure Ryan, Gen Vetter and many others. in the field of children':; literature, gave 'l An innovation this year was the sales Vl!ry interesting and educational talk offer of yearbooks to recent alumni. The about outstanding {'hildren's books o; class of '44 responded whole-heartedly. 1944 and showed some of these to the Thanks are in order for those big sisters members. Some of the books w~re /11 tile of last year! Forest by E. P. Ets, Little Stmre Hmm by Roberta Baker and Marjorie Kinsman, Hader, Rabbit Hill by Robert Rawson and advertising editors, have led their staff Wings for Pier by D' Aulaires. Many of admirably in the collection q{ advertise- the girls interested in the primary grades ments. Barbara Minnis, Connie Dowd, obtained a great deal of information useful Mary Charlotte Evans, Patricia Fuller, to them in their f·Jture tearhing from Miss Elsa Putman, Dorothy Glover, Patricia Barrow's discusston. Powers and Helen Pierce were the able When the business part of the meeting assistants. The incentive might be the hart finished refreshments were served. It promise that Dr. N. w. Sawyer, publi- was an evening well spent. cations adviser, made many weeks ago. The national headquarters of the .\sso- If ad contracts totaled $500, he promised ciation for Childhood Education is at each editor and member of the advertising \Vashington and Jean Betzne•· is the staff a rose. The advertising staff not only president of the association. The material filled, but surpassed this quota. There- available for the members to n•;HI in mn- fore, a sudden blooming of roses may be nection with the association is a news expected any day now) sheet which comes out every month from To date, all photographs have been September to May, The Bra~tcll Excltatzge, taken and are being engraved. Mr. Rich- and a monthly magazine Childhood Edn- ard Billings, Cortland commercial photog- caliot:. raphcr and Dwyer's Studio have done an Previous to the first meeting a nember- exceptionally good job of recording the ship drive was carried on and the results seniors' smiles and college activities for were very successful, with the final mem- posterity. Mr. Taylor Ward, representing bership reaching over eighty. Because the the Ithaca Engraving Company, is hand- majority of the officers of A. C. E. were ling the photo-engraving .. doing their student' teaching the organ- The arduous duty of scheduling photos, iZ'ation was not able to function last term. holding flash bulbs and posing groups has The A. C. E. members hope to have two . been capably performed by Dorothy }or- more meetings this semester, in April and gensen. She also doubled as acting editor May. Watch for the date!' of these meet- for 10 weeks when the co·editors Janet ings, because something important and Pratt and Marilyn Turnbull were teaching interesting is being planned. off campus. Colleens Kiss Blarney Stone at St. Patrick Party \Oh the days of the Kerry dancers. Oh, the ring of the piper's tunc!\ They were both a part of the lively St. Pat's party sponsored by the Newman club, Saturday night, March 17 in the college gym which was brightly camouflaged in Continued on page 4, Col. 5 Helky Ylinen and Beth Woodcock have received excellent response from the ser- vice people's families. There will be a fine display of pictures of boys and girls of '45 in service. Mary Fra;o;ee Found is doing a fine job as organization editor, while Carol Kirk- patrick assisted by Carol Gedney, Ma- tilda Burke, and Lillian Stafford have busied themselves with the literary side of the task. The editors this year promise a book that will he as near to a pre-war Didas- caleioll ao time, effort and money can Frosh Presentation of \'Gammer Garton~ s Needle\ Establishes Reputation for \Classof'48 Masquers~~ make that product possible. The book will be twice the size as that of last year's. The rover which has been ordered is of a high quality leatherette. The color scheme is not being divulged at present. Simply because you read this paper the audience; Gertie, better known as doesn't obligate you to agree with this \Hodge with the busted britches\ looked writer's opinions. For instance, you don't cute and acted so.. These two should be !lave to agree with me that on Friday consulted on feats of this sort as well as night, March 16, the Masquer's produc- Patricia Drake. \Pat how about tcach- tion, Gammer Gmto11's Needle set a stand- ing those acrobatic tricks, and I'll give you ard for all future mmedies that may be arcmedyfor\scratching.\?Suchscratchingl presented. The \Frosh\ cast established The costumes worn by Esther Palumbo a precedent that all Cortland college's (she with the weird voice) and by Eleanor audiences from now on will use as a basis Bronx were especially clever. Both por- for judging productions, whether roles trayals, Dr. Rat, and Master Bailey lent are portraycn by \frosh\ or upperclass- themselves to the success of the play. men, or whether it be comedy or dramatir Barbara Deppen and Virginia Muller tragedy. could never go unnoticed; they were far The \laurels\ for such superb results too noticeable. \Dep\ with her mincy ran be pinned on Mrs. Mary Noble Smith, steps and little girl weeping and Miss who chose, cast, and guided the play, on Muller with her fluttering and that per- the two effi~!ent directors, Mary Alice feet flop on the floor deserve special credit. Baker and Edeen Rhoda, on the entire. production staff, on the \behind the scenes\ workers, and more specifically to the following: To Martha Benson: for portraying the lead with a perfect sense of good dramatic comedy, excellent crying when it w;~s needed and projecting the lines of laughter Now to all the rest, any one omitted, and there are some especially to all the hard\working staff which handled the production so smoothly, are handed the final credit and the magnitude ap· plause left over from the performances last Friday, March 16. There are many \extra added attrac- tions\ in the '45 Didascaleiou which, its editors hope, will bring enjoyment 1.o the undergraduates as well create a book which will be treasured by the Class of 1945 as their Did, packed full of the mem- ories of four years of friends, frenzy and frolics at Cortland State. Masquers' Banquet Scheduled for May 21 At the first meeting of the Hilltop Masquers this semester, the constitution was revised and accepted. An important revision is that three absences from meet- Continued on Page 4, Col. 6 V-DA Y SERVICE PLANNED On the day that Germany sur- renders to the Allies, a bugle will be sounded in the halls of C. S. T. C. All students will pass quietly to the asst\mbly and remain standing until given a signal to sit down. Dr. Lynn Brown officially an- nounces that all rumor to the con- trary, the Easter recess starts to- morrow Wednesday, March 28 at 12 noon and ends Monday, April 9 at 8 a. m. There will be no rear- rangement of classes to accommo- date an earlier departure. Students should mit request or exp~ct any such adjustment .from the staff. The spirit exhibited on the par.t of students at the time of previous vacations is not consistent with the ,intent of ~he attendance program now in operation. Cutting for early departure or 'for late return will b¢ considered justification for dismissal €rom the college. with her throaty, effective voice. Her The success of the Masquers production stage movements were .flawless as were her may be reflected not only in the immedi- gestures, wrestling and pantomime. ate responses of the audiences, but in the Dr. Olive Fish expects to spend the To Holly Grinter: For matching talent fact that the Masquers have since re- spring recess in Trenton, New jersey. and wits with the \Gammer matching ceived numerous invitations to present While there she expects to see Dr. Adelbert her in ability; anp .gaining .precedence with the play in the schools of Cortland. Thl' students are reminded that this is to be a short, dignified ser- vice and they will be expected to keep this in mind throughout the ceremony. K. Botts, a former Cortland faculty mem- her high, shrill voice. Her role was a diffi- It should be mentioned that not only . ber. Dr. Fish will spent part of her time cult one but she handed in a beautiful rnany townspeople .attended the evening investigating state teachers colleges dor- performance. _ perforn)ance, but also .many high school mitory facilities. To Gloria Batie and Gertrude Goodale: students, and children from the public: · Following the service, all students will pass directly back to their re· spectivl! classes and resume their studies. At N. Y. U., an Eastern Films confer· Since they were the highlights of laughter· schools ci£ Cortland attended the matinee encewill be held the weekend of March 23- ·and exquisite pantomime. Gloria with .her ·which was presented primarily for the 25. dancing laughter, and \asides\ meant for·· children :in the college laboratory school, ·l!;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;ii;;;i;;;;;:;;;;;;;ll

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