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Editor· in • Chief, S. Solly Abgott + Associate Editor, Helen "James .. Business Manager, Corrine Griffith

Art and Layout Editors, Ruth Neaman and James Pulvino .. literary Editor, Ruth Bailey .. Photography Ed itors, Don Henderson and Joseph Marinelli .. Typing Editors, Marjorie Hutcheson and Mary Alice Ryan Art Stoff, Barbara Weyand, Virginia Pfeffer, Lois Stiles, Patricio Radke, Mary Ellen Duquette, Annette Schwartz .. literary Staff, James Todd, Deborah O'Hagen, June McGill, Patricia Kelly + Business Staff, James Leas, David Wetherall, Irene Denis, Hope Leeger .. Typing Staff, Betty Hendricks, Kay Gallagher

NEW YORK STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS AT BUFFALO

DESIGNED AND PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS

ELMS

lithographed by Wm. J. Keller Inc•• Buffalo

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ADMINISTRATION

DR. RALPH E. HORN DEAN OF COLLEGE

DR. HARRY- W. ROCKWELL, PRESIDENT

CATHERINE REED DEAN OF WOMEN

DR. RAYMOND FRETZ DEAN OF MEN

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ALBRIGHT ART SCHOOL FACULTY

Standing, left to right: George Smith, Instructor in Perspective; All en Downs, Instructor in De– sign; Philip· Elliot, Direc– tor; John McKay, Instructor inForm; Edward Kasper,ln– structor in Advertising il– lustration; seated left to right: Rena Margulius, In– structor in Drawing; Irma Seitz, Instructor in Drawing

ART EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

left to' right: Edith Wolf, Instrllctor in Art; Kenneth Winebrenner, Assistant Professor of Art; Carolyn Heyman, Eugene Dakin, Instructors in- Art; Stanley Czurles, Director of Art Education: Norman Truesdale, Howard Conant, Assistant Professors of Art; Ruth Karcher, Edna Meibohm, ',,"!structors

Through these portals proudly we view SENIORS receiving Bachelor of Science de– grees in Art Education, General Elementary, Home Economics, and Industrial Arts

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GEORGE BURY

EDWARD COWLEY

EUOENE BEDASKA

FRANK ALTAMURA

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JOAN DOWNEY

DOLORES DOVE

MIRIAM BROOKS

ABE BLUMBIERG

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ELIZABETH JORDAN

ARTHUR KRUk

GLORIA GROSSMAN

MARJORIE GANSCHOW

WALTER LA VOY

NANETTE McGINN

GLORIA HOWLAND

ELIZABETH HANFORD

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NANCY NEILD

ANGELA MENTfSANO

JA MIS MILLER

VIRGINIA PFEFFER

KATHLEEN MOTT

RUTH NEAMAN

LOIS RAY

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LOIS .STILES

ANN ROSE

MARY ANNE ROSS

EDITH SWANSON

VIOLET ,TALLEY

FREDERICK SHAW

VIRGINIA TEUFEL

CAROLYN SEGA

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FRANCES FORGIONE JACK ROMANI UK

BARBARA WEYAND

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GEORGE WEINHEIMIE.R

SHIRUY ULRICH

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Standing, left to right: Sigurd Sheel, Instructor in Science; John Urban, Professor of Science; Valentine Nadolinski, Instructor in Science; Edwin Arthur, Instructor in Science; seated: Raymond M. Fretz, Professor of Science; Margaret Dupre , Assistant Pro'fessor of Science; H. Emmett Brown, Professor of Science; Eleanor L. Schrader, Instructor in Science; 'Charles Vail, Assistant Professor

EDUCATION Standing, left to right: Martha Metz, Assistant Professor of Education; Harry Steel, Pro– fessor of Education; Sherman Crayton, Professor of Education; Eliza beth Penn, Homer Bruce, Instructors in Education; Paul Sloan, Professor of Education; seated: Allan Bradley, Pro– fessor of Rural Education; Moe O'Brien, Assista nt Professor of Education; Oscar Hertzberg, Professor of Education, Head of Deportment; Anna A. Martorana, Instructor in Education

SCIENCE

MATHEMATICS left to right: Re uben S. Ebert, Pro– fessor of Mathematics; Albert J. Penn, Assistant Professor of Mathematics; Paul W. Eberman, Instructor in Mathe– matics; Rudolph Cherkauer, Instructor

ENGLISH

Standing, left to right: Betty Gallagher, Instructor in English; Fraser Drew, Assistant Professor of English; Mina Goossen, Assistant Professor of English and Dramatics; Conrad Schuck, Instructor in English; Mary Edith Cochnower, Assistant Professor; seated: Beniamin Gronewold, Professor; Phariss Bradford, Meta Norenberg, Instructors; Andrew Grabeau, Assistant Professor of English

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GEOGRAPHY

Katheryne Thomas Whittemore, Professor of Geography

LANGUAGE Charles Messner, Professor of languages

NURSE

Kathleen l. Barber

Left to right: Max E, Hodges, Mary louise McMahon, Joseph F. Wincenc, Instruc– tors in Music; Silas L. ~oyd, Professor of Music, Head of Music Department

MUSIC

SOCIAL STUDIES

Left to right: Morvin Rapp, Assistant Professor of History; Howard Vernon, Marian. Dana, Mil dred Roesser, Instructors; seated: Lester Mason, Assistant Professor of History; Robert Albright, Professor ofSociologYi Harold Peterson, Professor of History, Head of Department --

EDUCATION FOR HANDICAPP'ED

Left to right: Maurice H. Fouracre, Director of Deportment; Jane Anderson, Instructor; Gladys Reid, Assistant Professor

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MARGARET ABBOTT

NANCY ABBOTT

RUTH ALLEN

ELSIE ARMSDEN

SALLY ABGOTT

SALLY ALESSE

BETTY AUSTIN

GERALDINE BARKLEY

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DINA BISCI

JOHN SLACK

DOROTHY BARRETT

BEATRICE BECKMAN

ETHELYN BLOWERS

BERNICE BLAIS

MARILYN BERRY

JEANNE BEYER

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JOYCE BUSH

PHYLLIS BRAUN

GENEVIEVE BLOWERS

MARGARET BUTlER

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GRACE CAHER

CHARLOTTE BURNS

MARION BRUNEA

JOANN CARLSON

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JUDITH CHIRNOFF

HELEN COCKLIN

MARY JANE CARTER

JANE CAVES

ELIZABETH COOK

MARGARET CORCORAN

GLORIA CHIESI

VIOLET CECHINI

DOROTHY CUNNINGHAM

HARRIET CURTIN

ARMELINDA COSMANO

BETTY CORKERY

ELVIRA DIAZ

ERNEST CULLEN

ANNETTE COX

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DOROTHY FALTISCO

DOROTHY FLECKENSTEIN

DORIS ECKERT

DORIS DUNKLEBERGER

MARY GABLE

JEANETTE GEORGE

GENEVIEVE FABIANO

MAE ESCHNER

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JEWEL GERSTMANN

CORRINE GRIFFITH

CELINE HABER

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MARY ALICE GODFREY

MARION HAMM

CARMEN HARE

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BETTY ANNE HARTMAN

ROBERTA HOWARD

ARLENE HOERNER

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ALVA HAUSER

MARY ALICE HEALY

BETTY JACKSON

ANGELA HURLEY

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HELEN JAMES

MARY LOU JENNINGS

NANCY KAMPRATH

ALICE KINAl

RUTH KAEPPEL

MARION KAHl

MARGARET KINGSTON

NANCY KING

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RUTH KNOERL

RITA LAWLER

NORALYN LEFORT

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BARBARA LEONARD

ANN LA .REAU

SHIRLEY KRON

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MARGARET MARTIN

SUZANNE MARVIN

DOROTHY MANNING

DOLORES MACHNICA

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JEANNETTE MASSARO

RUTH Me

ROSE MARIE MARCHESE

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MARIE MANOUSO

G£RALDINE Me GUIRE

VIRGINIA MELLEN

ALMA McKEE

BERNADINE MEYER

KATHERINE McKENZIE

IRENE McPHERSON

ANNE MILLER

MARILYN MILLER

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CHRISTINE NAGEL

NADIA NEPOKROEFF

RITA MOOTZ

THERESA MILLER

ANTOINETTE NEWTON

. PAUL NEWELL

VIRGINIA MORTELLARO

SHIRLEY MORRISON

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MARYANN OLIVER

PATRICIA O'SHEA

DOROTHY NORTON

COLLEEN NORTH

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RUTH PARKER

MARY O'HARA

KATHLEEN O'HAGAN

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HELEN PRZYWARA

JENNIE PROVENZANO

RUTH RAUCH

MARY RAMUNNO

HELEN RADOS

ELIZABETH RICE

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BETTY ROTH

ELEANOR SCHOENCHEN

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MARILYN STAHLKA

CADENCE SCHURR

IDA SCIOLINO

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BARBARA TABER

MARION STENOER

MARY STANLEY

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ELIZABETH TOEPFER

DORIS STICKNEY

FLORENCE STERMAN

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MARGARET WALLIN

MARY WAWRZYCKI

LOTTIE WClSLO

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MARCELLA WOZNIAK

FRANCES WEINHEIMER

MARION WHEElER

ROSE YANDIAN

NATHALIE FULLER

ALICE WINFIELD

BETH WILLIAMS

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ADDITIONAL GRADUATES ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

PATRICIA BERG MARION CHALMERS ELIZABETH CHAPIN MARTHA DUDLEY WILMINE MAZENAUER

looking down on faces looking up -+- -+- toward college ... -+ success ....

Vocational Building -+- -+- specialists in home economics -+- -+- industrial arts -+- -+-

A cool· shade ... -+- an open door + + a wall in which there's learning + -+-

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A Winding path toward a rising. spire + .. reaching to the sky + ..

HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Standing, left to right: Grace E. Wittig, Assistant Professor of Home Economics; Sora C. Piatt, Assistant Professor of Home Economics Education; Faye Keever, Instructor in Home Economics; Lois Adams, Instructqr in Home Economics; M il dred L. SiPP, Director of Home Economics Deportment; Margaret A. Grant, Instructor in Home Economics Education; Ruth M. Buddenhagen, Instructor in Home Economics; Martha S. Pratt, Assistant Professor of Home Economics Education; seated; left to right: Ruth Palmer, Instructor in Home Economics; Margaret Ulrich Braun,' Assistant Professor of Home Economics Education; Hazel L. Inger– soll, Professor of Home Economics; Arlene Johnson, Instructor in Home Economics Education

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MADELINE ABELLI

ELSIE BELLINGER

DELLA BLAIR

GLORIA ABRAHAM

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ELAINE BRADY

KATHERINE CARROLL

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JEANETTE ERWIN

SHIRLEY DIXON

IDA DIMAGGIO

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GLADYS FRIEDMAN

NORMA FARRELL

PHYLLIS EAST

MARITA DONOVAN

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SOPHIA GZOWSKI

CAROL HARDY

MAICIUA HICK

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JEANETTE MATTIE

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ANN McARTHUR

SHIRLEY MA TTHEWS

LOUISE MIGLIORE

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MARY ALICE RYAN

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HELEN SMITH

JEANNE TICK

MARJORIE VAN VOORST

RUTH STRODEL

MARY ALICE STRAUB

GLORIA WAGNER

MARGAR£T WINDLE

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Winter white + + worn at its best by our campus + + friendly warmth inside brings welcome relief to cold + +

HAZEL NAAS

BARBARA: ' PIERCE

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INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT

Northeast by west. +

Standing, left to right: Wolter Weber, Assistant Professor of Electricity; Andrew Grabau, Assist– ant Professor of English; Donald Brossman, Instructor in Printing; John Fontana, Instructor in Mech– anics; louis Callan, Instructor in Woodworking; Edward Morrice, Assistant Professor of Methods; Owen Harlan, Instructor in Wood and Metal Work; Henry Mandel, Instructor of Transportation; Emerson Neuthardt, Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts; seated: Edgar Strong, Instructor-in Ceramics; Harold Steffen, Instructor in Transportation; Burton Waagen, Instructor in Elementary Industrial Arts; Irving Perkins, Director of Industrial Arts Department; Isabel Haggerty, Instructor in Textiles; Frederic Finsterbach, Instructor in -General Shop; George M. Quackenbush, Assistant Professor

Activity ceases ... ... well ~organizet:l shop remains •• ready for work .....

WALTER ERa

JOSEPH FERRAR

ROBERT COHO

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ROBERT DIETTER

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HENRY HEMPSTEAD

MARVIN HOLLAND

WALTER HRYCIK

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DONALD HENDERSON

LAWRENCE HUGHES

RICHARD HUTTON

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JOHN MICHAELS

LLOYD LEACH

GEORGE LEHR

WILLIAM PALMETER

KARL PLACE

ALEXANDER LORINCZ

JOHN MAROSY

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ROBERT QUERNS

ALAN SCHAEFER

JOHN SAEVA

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PAUL RUHLAND

WAYNE SMITH

JACK SCHLOERB

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ADDITIONAL GRADUATES INDUSTRIAL ARTS

BERTRAM LEARMAN NORMAN LEEGE JOSEPH OLIVER WALTER SLADE MERWIN STAINES SHERRILL WEBB

Vocational Building +-+

The columns of State -+ -+ symbols of strength ... -+ dignity -+ .. everlasting beauty +-+

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Robert £, Albright, Diretl Or of

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SCHOOL OF PRACTICE Standing, left to right: Max E. Hodges, Instructor in Mu– sic; Helen E. Rimkus, Assistant librarian; Eleanor G. Kelly, Instructor in Second Grade; Grace Wade Gates, Instruc– tor in Sixth Grade; Pauline Neuthordt, Instructor in First Grode; Delores Mason, Instructor in Fifth Grade; Joan Tarrant Ricotta, Instructor in Fourth Grade; Chester Pugsley, Principal; Irene Ton Griswold, Instructor in First Grade; Inez M. Knopp, Instructor in Fourth Grade; Meribah Gar– diner, Instructor in Second Grade; Sitting, left to right: Hertha S. Ganey, · Instructor in English; Marguerite Stock– berger, Instructor in History and Social Studies; Edith Gaupp Wolf, Instructor in Art; Ruth E. Sugarman, Instructor in Third Grade; Victoria Zabkowski, Instructor in Fifth Grade; Eljzabeth Ann Kingdon, Instructor in Third Grade; Evelyn A. Clark, Instructor in First Year Kindergarten

LIBRARY left to right: Marian Buchholz, Assistant librarian; Helen Rimkus, Assistant librqrian; Francis Hepinstall, Head librarian j francis Breen, Junior librarian

VISUAL EDUCATION

Norl!lan F. Truesdale, Director of Visual Education

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CAFETERIA

Mabel B G'I • I bert, Cafeteria M anager

Jeanne Hennessey, Stenographer; Robert W. Goehle, financial Secretary; Betty E. Ernst, Joan Warren, Stenographers

REGISTRAR

Standing, Seated, left to right, Jane DiAdd ario , Stenographer; Richard G. Dyer - Hurdo n , Registrar; Joan E. Roth, Stenographer Edith Le,in, Stenographer;

co-op left to . sistont. nght: Gladys T M ' Marietta F ravate, As- anager ' Che I erro, Assistont I rot Fetterman I Manager

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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS

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Footba ll at STATE in '48

Maiorettes boosted morale

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Stenhouse, master potter

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Who said girls were the weaker sex? Basketball, badminton, baton twirling, band playing + + all this and a great cheering section + after-schaal sports, life-saving, cheer leading, all by the Co-eds

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AiHlE1"IC COUNCIl

Growing athletic program + + governing body to plan develop- ment + + considering larger athletic tax. + • deciding athletic program for teams + + striving to meet demands of more ex.tensive activity + members chosen by classes + + represent desires of students + + needs of athletic organizations + planning with physical education faculty for bigger and better sports + + neW equipment + + recognized ability of sports + + advancing through effort + + interest + reporting to student body + + responsible for athletic fee + + budget + proving success at Athletic Coun– cil Dance + + enioyed by all + + recognized as successful + nex.t year + + ex.pansio n with football at State + + neW responsibil– ity + functioning through student body + + for benefit of college + + recognition of State's ex.panding athletic program + +

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Through meetings +- +- sodal -+ + business +- +- Alpha grows +- +-

"Hear ye .... Hear ye .... Court of Extra Curriculars!" .... proving the value of campus or- ganizations .... introducing Freshmen to possibilities of college activities + "Deck the halls with boughs of holly" .... Holly Hanging .... spirit of holiday gayety .... gay rivalry .... fel– lowship .... anxious co-operation .. -+ remembered by all S.T.C. ers + "and through these halls shall pass" .... impressive .... thrilling .... remembered by all upperclassmen + leaders .... organizing .... co-operating and working .... followers .... sincere .... active + "so well re- membered" .... those in Alpha Honor Society .... progressive .... worthy .... well deserving .. .. honored by membership .... Alpha Society .... symbol of success .... recognized achievement .. .. 109

KAPPA DELTA PI

Every student on campus knows of the honor extended to those in– vited by Kappa Delta Pi to the Dean's Tea. The organization which sponsors this event is of great importance in the college. Kappa Delta Pi gives to its members an opportunity to further their interests in education and is a symbol of achievement granted to students who hold membership in this National Educatjonal Society Members are juniors and seniors, both men and women, who have maintained scholastic attainment in the upper quartile of their class. Kappa Delta Pi is an honor society in education which functions in 153 Teacher-training colleges throughout the entire country 111

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the achieve– reflected ....

A high honor bestowed on home economics women .. + Phi Upsilon Omicron .... guiding its members to intellectual and moral development .... maintaining the Home Economics Department of the Bureau of Instructional Material .. .. lectures, parties, teas .... always good times ....

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Active again + • Sigma Upsilon + + membership an honor + + men of lit– erary skill + + eagerly discovering "fresh blood" from the entering neo– phytes + older members to guide wisely + expansion through exten– sion of activity + + Record short-story contest + encouragement of literary interests of members on and off cam– pus + creative writing + + group criti– cism + + developing writing · skill in its members + men's honorary lit– erary society + + Sigma Upsilon + +

NU LAMBDA SIGMA

SIGMA UPSILON

A small, gold emblem worn proudly + • literary achievement + + Nu Lambda Sigma + + a branch of the national honorary literary society + new traditions + + Valentine's Day heart sale + arousing creative ability in writing through discussion + + criticism + leaders in literary undertakings + annual short-story contest + + writing ability + + now members of Chi Delta Phi + +

Record + + the college newspaper telling of events to come + + happen– ings of the past + + activities of the present + sports + + honors traditions + + covering all aspects of college life -t promoting intel– ligent thinking + + creative and expressive writing + co-sponsors of short-story ·contest + compiled by students + + opinions of all democratic survey of all theories, faculty opinion + serving through informing + + improving through observing + + continuing through student effort + bringing entertain– ment + + enlightenment + + un– derstanding through writing + de– veloping cliscretion in the Record

RECORD

HANDBOOK

+ cross section of college

For students + + guide to Freshmen + + reminder to upperclassmen

+ regu–

life + + traditions ++ Holly Hanging + + Interclass Sing + + Junior Prom + + Senior Ball

+ campus facilities + +

lations + + assembly programs + + attendance + + grades + + fees

+ Athletics + + basketball + + soccer + + now foot–

Albright Art Gallery + + Historical Museum

+ organizations + + Alpha + + Student Council

+ religious centers

ball + + intramural games

+ cultural facilities +. + Erlanger + + Grosvenor + culmination of all activity + + social + +

+ + Y.M.C.A. + + churches + + all denominations

+ map of the city

library + + Kleinhans Music Hall

religious + + cultural + indispensable + + endless possibilites for activities in all phases of interest + + Student Handbook + + 117 + compiled by students + + for use of students

Working to meet a deadline + + to satisfy the critical eye of readers + medium through which you see college leadership + + effort + + sincere interests + through our plans + + ideas + + may you see State + + its life + + personalities + writ– ings + our aim + + to satisfy your need + + desires + student book + + concerning you + + for you + + open to suggestions + • hoping for your approval + + we present The Elms + +

elMS This, a representative yearbook + + carefully planned + + through busi– ness + + layouts + + thought + + consideration + + for successful editing + scenes of the campus + + of classrooms + + activities + + organizations + + traditions + a book belonging to every student + + a part of the college + + an album of memories + + "By Niagara's rip– pling waters" + years well spent + .+ friends well known + + the Elms + +

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STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION + achieved through social functions + + State Fair + + success + + originality + stimulating serious thought + + retreats + + conferences with other calleges + + supper meetings + + panel discussions + promoting friendship + expanding size + + importance + explor– ing new fields of interest + + ideas + + fun at the Squircie dance + always active + + reliable + + Student Christian Association + + 120 Worship + + fellowship + + service + the program of S.C.A.

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Since its formation four years ago, Hillel has greatly helped to stimu– late the interests of its members of the Jewish faith. Its activities are widely varied, and inc lade not only the cultural and religious aspects, but also the social factors of the organization. Through its interest in eliminating racial intolerance, Hillel has greatly proven itse lf a leading arganization on campus exhibiting the doctrines of democracy and promot– ing a feeling af comradeship thraugh– out all phases of campus activity

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INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Through prayer meetings, Sible studies, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship develops in its members sound conceptions of religion and the realization that God's Word and Purpose guide our lives. I.V.C.F. is an interdenominational organization which meets with that of U.S. Planning for the future and having fun were on the agenda at the inter-collegiate meeting held this year on our campus

A valuable teacher + + interested in his profession + + understands and be– lieves in teaching + preparing for the future + + work in the present. + the development of common interests ++ education + + F.T.A. + exchanging opinions and experiences •• developing character + • initiative • + Future Teachers of America. + junior branch of National Education Association + looking ahead 127

DANCE GROUP

+ intense exercise + + sincere interest + + fun + + + developing poise and grace in members + + Dance Group + +

Ballet + + modern dance + + tap dancing

essentials of ballroom dancing

FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB

CASTING HALL Opening night + + the scene + + park bench + + warm kitchen + + stable + opening night brought abaut by ac– tors + + costumes + + makeup + + stage crew + + props + + publi– city + + ushers + success attained through co-aperation + drama + + comedy + + variety + + all deserving praise + developing ability in all phases -of theatrical endeavor + formed through work + + continuing through effort + well-loved by stu– dents '+ + well-known by public + asset to college + + curtain going up + + a hit + + Casting Hall + +

Understanding people is to like them + + discussians + + speakers + + writing to stu– dents af other countries + appreciation + + friendly relations + Foreign Language Club ++

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psychology Club ...... membershiP by written thesis .... growth through ell- tens ive study .... visiting Stote \,,\os- pitO I ...... Sonn ois EpilepsY School .... leorni"g throUgh ' observotion , ... ... lecl ures ... ... discussions to stim U - lote interest ... ... promote unde r - stonding ...... oppreciotion .... oim s ond ochievements of psychology Club ......

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"Art for art's sake" + + promoted by a new growing organization + member– ship closed + + selected group + • chosen by merits of work submitted + functioning through exhibitions + • one-man shows + + promoting individ– ual accomplishments + • professional approach + • attaining polished re– sults in art work + govemed by members + training •• arranging exhibits + + informal discussions • • group criticism + + self-improvement + so– cial activities • + parties •• portrait raffle + + creative hands • + versatile minds •• sincere interest in art + factors which are common to all F.A.B.S. • • appreciation •• development •• technique + • Art for enjoyment •• in every life of Fine Artists of Buffalo State + • worthy of our r!"cognition.

FABS

MEN'S CAMPUS CLUB "Football at State in '48" •• orange cards + + promoting athletic pro– gram + + backing football to accepted success + cross section of men on campus + + back again • + enlarged activities •• building complete pro– gram of fun and work + sponsoring Men's Frosh Camp •• Spring Ath– letic Banquet + wishes for continued success + + Men's Campus Club • +

ART EDUCATION CLUS

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+ annual Art Ed. Club Auction + + anything from hand-painted candles + State Fair + + designing chapeaux for milady + Back to School

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Esrever Ecnad + + remember? + + men wearing corsages + + women paying bills + + providing entertainment + + transportation + + turnabout's foir play + Klub 1300 + + artistic endeavor + State Fair caricatures + + amazing resemblance + + humorous exaggeration + initiation at house of suppressed desires + + forty-eight rushees proving insanity + bulletin board super– vision + Art Scholarship Award + fun at work and play + + A. K. K. + + +

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MEN'S GLEE CLUB

Select voices + + blended in harmony + + working for quality + + refined + + music for· plea– sure + + appreciation + concerts + + assembly programs + + local organizations + + radio + + Kleinhans + + out-of-town + + here is beauty •• inspiration • + culture + honared by the college + + brilliant tones enjoyed by all who hear it • ,. remarkable A Cappella Choir ,. + A CAPPELLA

+ male voices + + harmony + • tones

Nearly a hundred voices • + growing + + improving

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Kleinhans + + for enjoyment and fellowship + appreciated by all + + pride of the cam– pus ,. ,. tenor, baritone, bass, in tuxedo + + music at its best + + Men's Glee Club + •

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Thrilling strains of great music + + beauty growing through appreciation + + symphony + + string quartette + + string orchestra + + giving to all music of refinement + progressing rapidly + + rejuvenated + + masterful direction + + skillful musicians + + long hours of practice + + the Symphony + +

BAND

Parades + + music • + gayety •• bond + promoting college spirit at the auditorium games + + assembly programs + + School of Practice + cheering others + + Crippled Children's Hospital + proving true ability in the Spring Musicale + growing + + in– struments + • uniforms + pride of the college + + the bond + +

Out-of-towner? • • Non-Residents Council organized for you • • .by you + satisfying your needs • • achieving your goals + making your home away from home ·pleasant •• your suggestions • • plans • • needs + improvement •• advice •• fun • • Non-Residents Council • •

NON-RESIDENTS COUNCIL

JUNIOR COUNSELORS

To Freshmen •• introduction to college •• campus •• activities •• faculty members •• classes + For Juniors •• experience in leadership organization • • understanding + promoting comradeship • • developing coopera– tion + High School Day •• Freshman Tea •• learning the "ropes" • • understanding .the rules + help with schedules • • always reliable • • sincerely interested + striving to aid newcomers + Junior Counselors + + 144

ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA

"Aspire" + + King Neptune's Court + + introducing pledges to members + + pledges becoming active members + + working for broad program of activi– ties + + always a primary unit of college + "Seek" + + discover where aid is needed + + methods for helping others + + supper party + + admission through contribution of clothing for Europe + • aware of abligations to others + + functioning to fulfill those obligations + "Attain" + + success + + Sweet– heart Dance + + prqminent as a big event at college + + Alphaquade at State Fair + + ingenuity of gals in red and white + + houseparty + "Aspire, Seek, Attain" + + Principles guiding the lives of all members of Alpha Sig + +

Rodeo rush party ~ ~ new pledges meeting old members + highlight of fall social activities ~ ~ Tau Dream Time ~ + smooth music + + enjoyable evening + Spring Rose Sale ~ + tradition of the campus + + eagerly awaited by everyone + scholarship award on Moving-up Day + + Pine Hill Mountain social service project + + proof that Alpha Taus are helpful + + active in aid– ing others + Founders' Day celebration + + welcoming back alumni + + No– vember ninth + greater activity + ~ extensive growth + ~ eventful year for Alpha Sigma Tau ~ ~ future success ~ ~ always together in work and play + +

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DELTA SIGMA EPSILON

A choir of voices •• "Eve was the first one to wear a Delta pin" •• clothes full of itchy angel hair + + girls in dungarees + • romantic misty decorations for Emerald Even– ing + cots 'n sleeping bags • • staying awake all night •• shiver– ing pledges +. Slumber Party + carol – ing at hospitals + • bringing joy to others + BEER GARDEN at State Fair + Shore-Leave rush party + spelling a wonderful year for the wearin' 0' the GREEN + leadership. + fellowship • • co-operation + + al– ways the aims •• the achievements + • of every member of DELTA SIG + • 150

PI KAPPA SIGMA

"Come to the Mardi Gras" + + crowning State's King + + royal splendor and a royal eve– ning + gardenia-clad co-eds on High School Day + + Pi Kap's gardenia sale + sweet 'n' sticky cinnamon apples + blue and whites + + spontaneous gayety and serious planning + + qualities' which made this year more successful + + more eventful + + for Pi Kappa Sigma + +

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Sigmas at Williamsburg. Virginia + + fiftieth anniversary + Sigma Sunday + + "Y" Carni– val + + Deep Purple Holiday + + Music and dancing • • Founders' Day Banquet + • social work + + proving Sigs are thoughtful + + cheerful • • working for fellowship + look back with pride + + forward with renewed spirit for the greater + + continued success of Tri Sig + +

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THETA SIGMA UPSILON

Twenty seven years old in March .... cider and doughnut sale + great serv– ice .. .. T.B. Christmas seals .. .. Courtesy Day tea + look back with pride • .. forward with determina– tion .. • Theta Sigma Upsilon • ..

Setting the policies for all fraternities .... leading its members, achieving its goals .. .. settling individual differences + Inter– Fraternity Ball .... successful through work .... fun through friend– ship + representative members and president from each fraternity .. .. to explain t t lead + comradeship .. .. working to– gether + friendly opposition .. .. Inter-Fraternity Council .. ..

PAN-HELLENIC ASSOCIATION

Six national sororities .. .. two rfU)resentatives and president of each .. .. combining individual interest .. .. characteristics of leadership .. .. ability to co-operate + regular meetings .... pledging ·activities of each group .. .. planning yearly activity calendar .... democratic government + Alpha Sigs .. .. Alpha Taus .... Delta Sigs .... Pi Kaps .... Thetas .... Tri Sigs .... working together .... planning for the good of all .... with the interests of each group .... organizing for extended activities .... Inter-Sorority Ball .... measure af sOccess .... remembered by all + promoting .mutual effort .... Pan Hel .... 158

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Crystal Ball + + highlight of events + + checking names + + Student Directory + + ·f1nal sale + .;. athletic and scholastic awards on Moving -up Day + + to deserving seniors + • get ac– quainted party + + spring party + + Delta Kappa pledges in football helmets • • silent to girls + + initiation banquet + + new members keep fraternity growing + + continuing + + working together + + accomplishment through constant effort + + boys in maroon + + Delta Kappa + +

DELTA KAPPA

Honor + + generosity + + fidelity + + foundotion of Psi Phi + + spirit reflected in its members + + throughout all associations + developing character in each individual + + through activity + + carrying out fraternity traditions + + pledging + + choosing members + + exhibiting sportsmanship + + State Night + + remem– bered by all students + + planning + + executed by all members of Psi~ Phi + + successful through united effort + + important event in college activities + Spring Donee + + result of interest + + group co,ordination + Psi Phi + + symbol of re- 'spect + + proves worthy through each year's progress + + each members pride + +

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SIGMA TAU GAMMA

"She's the sweetheart of Sigma Tau" ... + biggest event of the evening + + crowning of the Queen + + Sigma Tau's White Rose Dance + Skating ...... Falling ...... gay times at Sig Tau Skating Party + 42 Tremont ...... scene for serious meetings + ... initiations ...... festive parties with campus sororities ... ... always active ... + admired ... ... Sigma Tau Gamma + +

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FRESHMAN CLASS

Eager enthusiasm + + the beginning of four long-r~membered years + in– troduction to college life + active in proving a reliable closs · + + sportsmanship during Frosh Hazing + + ambitious in all undertakings + well represented in all college activi– ties + • Holly Hanging + + Inter– class Sing • • Freshman dance + fun together + + working for the good of closs + • college + leading all students in college spirit + +

Frosh dozing + + the Class of '51 ... + confusing freshmen + ... . amusing sophomores ... + 167

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SOPHOMORE CLASS

At last .... sophomores + now it's our turn .. .. "Frosh Dozing" ...... really a "circus" ..... a week of fun + Interclass Sing .... second place .... Holly Hanging .... real Christmas spirit .... social cen– ters well decorated .. .. "Y" Carnival .. .. class co-operation .. .. "Snowfall Party" .. .. for all sophs .... Moving -up Day .... always a memory + two more years .. .. ours, the class of fifty.. ..

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Upperclassmen + + hard work + + obligatory for success + + Junior Prom + + formal + + music + + gayety + + crowning the Queen + + memories of "Snowball Serenade" + traditions + + State Fair + + Mov– ing-up Day + + Junior Counseling + + great anticipation + + one more year + + looking forward with enthu_ siasm + + class of forty-nine + +

Class officers leading + + Wisely + + for the good of eve;y junior + +

JUNIOR CLASS

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SENIOR CLASS

Four years .... more like four days just flying by .... eager, enthusiastic .frosh joined clubs waiting for llie boys to come home .... next year with "Dogpatch Daze" + Soph-Frosh Hop + sorority + fraternity + our assembly .. + won the SIN~ cheered for big VARSITY TEAMS .... I Remember Mama + we all were a part of college life ~ .. WINNERS AGAIN + two honors .. + ONE PRAISE won the SING + Santa's Workshop won HOllY HANGING + school play +Mov- , ing-up Day Queen + Senior Ball + measured for cap and gown + and now Graduation + .. 172

TRADITIONS

We'll never tire of our traditions + whether it's harmony for the SING or carolling and mistletoe for HOLLY HANGING + whether it's DAZING, the PROM + our SENIOR BALL or assem– blies. Here are sign posts of moving ahead .... symbols to remember .... 175

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