COLLEGE PUZZLE CONTEST 2 GRAND PRIZES WIN A RAMBLER STATION WAGON!

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ALBANY. N E W YORK. FRIDAY. APRIL 2 4 . 1 9 5 9
Students Gather
In Albany for
Forensic Finals
FOR
2 GRAND PRIZES
Students
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B i n g h a m t o n , Norwich, Utica Free,
Pouglikcepsie, Newburgh, Franklin,
Ml. St. Michael, J o h n s t o w n , Peekskill,
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h o s t s for t h e H i g h S c h o o l D e b a t e r s ,
J o h n Y a g e r '39 is c h a i r m a n of t h e
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timekeepers and William Hirschfield
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Hungerford,
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c h a i r m a n of t h e O r a l I n t e r p r e t a t i o n
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ENTER OFTEN-HAVE F U N - A N D WIN! But think carefully! This puzzle is not as easy as it looks. At
first the DOWN and ACROSS clues may appear simple. There may appear to be more than one "right"
answer. For example, the clue might read: "Many a coed will be given her best date's P--N." Either ' T '
(PIN) or " E " (PEN) would seem to fit. But only one answer is apt and logical ns decided by the judging staff,
and therefore correct. Read the rules carefully. ENTER AS OFTEN AS YOU WISH. Good luck!
.
RULES-PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
1 . T h e C o l l e g e P u z z l e C o n t e s t is o p e n t o college
s t u d e n t s a n d college f a c u l t y m e m b e r s e x c e p t e m p l o y e e s a n d t h e i r i m m e d i a t e f a m i l i e s of L i g g e t t
& M y e r s and its advertising agencies.
2 . Fill in all m i s s i n g l e t t e r s . . . p r i n t c l e a r l y . U s e
of o b s o l e t e , a r c h a i c , v a r i a n t or foreign w o r d s
p r o h i b i t e d . After you h a v e c o m p l e t e d t h e puzzle,
s e n d it a l o n g w i t h six e m p t y p a c k a g e w r a p p e r s
of t h e s a m e b r a n d from L & M , C h e s t e r f i e l d or
Oasis c i g a r e t t e s ' o r o n e r e a s o n a b l e h a n d - d r a w n
facsimile of a c o m p l e t e p a c k a g e w r a p p e r of a n y
o n e of t h e t h r e e b r a n d s ; t o : L i g g e t t &. M y e r s ,
P . O . b o x 1171, N e w Y o r k 4G, N . Y. K n t c r a s
o f t e n a s y o u wish, b u t be s u r e t o e n c l o s e six
p a c k a g e w r a p p e r s 'or a facsimile) with each
e n t r y . Illegible e n t r i e s will n o t be c o n s i d e r e d .
3 . E n t r i e s m u s t be p o s t m a r k e d b y m i d n i g h t ,
F r i d a y , M a y Z'J, I%'J a n d r e c e i v e d b y m i d n i g h t ,
F r i d a y , J u n e 5, 1959.
4 . E n t r i e s will be j u d g e d b y t h e B r u c e - R i c h a r d s
Corporation, an independent judging organizat i o n , on t h e b a s i s of logic a n d a p t n e s s of t h o u g h t
of s o l u t i o n s . I n t h e e v e n t of t i e s , c o n t e s t a n t s will
be r e q u i r e d t o c o m p l e t e in 2 5 w o r d s or less t h e
following s t a t e m e n t : " M y f a v o r i t e c i g a r e t t e is
( C h e s t e r f i e l d j ( L & M i or ( O a s i s ; b e c a u s e
.. .",
E n t r i e s will be j u d g e d on o r i g i n a l i t y , a p t n e s s of
t h o u g h t a n d interest by t h e B r u c e - R i c h a r d s
C o r p o r a t i o n . D u p l i c a t e p r i z e s will be a w a r d e d
in e v e n t of final t i e s . I l l e g i b l e e n t r i e s will n o t be
c o n s i d e r e d . B y e n t e r i n g all e n t r a n t s a g r e e t h a t
t h e d e c i s i o n of t h e j u d g e s s h a l l bo final a n d
binding.
the
contestants submitting them. All entries become
the property of Liggett & Myers and none will
be returned.
6. Winners will be notified by mail as soon as
possible after completion of the contest.
7. This contest is subject to all Federal, State
mid local laws and regulations.
HURRY! ENTER NOW! CONTEST CLOSES MAY 2 9 , 1 9 5 9
CLUES ACROSS:
1. T h e s e m a y indicate that a nation is p r e p a r e d to wage war in the air.
(i. Some college s t u d e n t s .
10. W h e n at .
, Light up an Oasis.
11. Sinking ship deserter.
12. Plural p r o n o u n .
13. One e x p o r t s
discussions in a sociology class.
Hi. A s t u d e n t ' s careless
might annoy a short-slory instructor.
17. Initials of I ' r u g u a y and D e n m a r k .
1 s. ( i e r m a n i u r n t < 'hem i
1!). N o v a Scot in (Ahhr i
'.'A It probably would m u m when you pick a horse In hot on
'.''J. Sonic11nII"- a girl on a dale must
into her pocket hook to help
pay t he t a b ,
may fascinate a poorly developed m a n .
23. T h e musclc-btiihlc r's
'J I. ('hemical Mutineer i Ahhr. i
L'ti. C a m p e r s will proliahly be
by a (orcsl lire.
2!t. When s t a r l i n g a trip, tourist • >i nially look forward lo the firsl
31. At home
32. 1.iterate in Arts lAbbr i
33. Familiar (or facull y m e m b e r .
3."J. Associate in Arls I Abbr /
Itli. One could a p p e a r ipnte b a i m l i s s at times.
37. Reverse the lirsl part of " L & M " .
HH. What will soon appear in a bomhod-out cily.
CLUES DOWNs
1. The beginning and end of pleasure.
2. A rural
can be inviting to a vacalionist.
3. Second a n d third loiters of OASIS.
1. When one is
packed, il could he exasperating to r e m e m b e r
a few articles that should he included.
Ii. 11 would pay lo be c a n d i d when glass is
li. G r o u n d s lo relax on with a mild C H L ' S T K I U ' I K L D .
7. Author
Ambler.
K. District A t t o r n e y (Abbr.)
il. A
from P a n s should please the average woman.
12. An i n v e t e r a t e traveler will
about distant lands.
1 I.
are hard lo si ucly.
l.rj. Stone, liron/.e anil Iron
20. How Mexicans say, " Y e s " .
23. All L&M cigarettes are "
h i g h " in smoking pleasure.
2o. M a y bo a decisive factor in winning a horse rare.
27. Initials of Oglethorpe, lona, R u t g e r s and F m e r s o n .
2K. United N a t i o n s Organization (Ahhr.)
30. Golf m o u n d .
32. Colloquial for place when' I he finest l o b a r c o s are tested for L&M.
33. I'ocl L a u r e a t e (Abbr.)
31. Killer e n d s .
3.0. What Abner might he called.
36. Uuoholor of E d u c a t i o n degree.
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Four sorority Spring Formal weekends were scheduled
for State College students this weekend, with the festivities
beginning tonight. A good time is in store for members of
Chi Sigma Theta, Beta Zeta, Gamma Kappa Phi, Phi Delta,
and their dates.
Chi Sigma Theta
The Swiss Inn will be the site for the formal dance tonight from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music for the dance will be
provided by Zach Clements.
Tomorrow evening at 8 p.m. an informal party and
jazz concert with Zach Clements will be held at the Kenmore Hotel. A picnic is scheduled for Sunday at 1:30 p.m.
at Thatcher Park.
T w o d e b a t e s will t a k e p l a c e t h i s
e v e n i n g a n d t w o t o m o r r o w in P a g e
H a l l a s s t u d e n t s from t h e following
s c h o o l s will p a r t i c i p a t e In t h e f i n a l s :
L i b e r t y . JefTcrsonville, Ossining,
Arlington, Xavier, Stepinac, Fordham, LaSalle, Saugerties, Columbia.
STUDENTS
XLIV. NO, 11
SpringFormal Festivities
BeginTonightforGreeks
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PAGE 2
STATE C O L L E G E
Don't Apologize . . .
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FRIDAY, APRIL 2 4 ,
1959
STATE C O L L E G E H E W S . FRIDAY. A P R I L 2 4 . 1 9 5 9
K<n%Uai Kafueti.
It was brought to our attention this week that too
many State College students have a very negative attitude
toward this institution. We are all willing to sit back and
„„....
NEWS,
,
,
By Gebhardt and TasquereUa
•«•• i
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.
.
'Do you go to college?"
"No, I go to Albany State. It's a
glorified high school."
If you have never said this or
similar things yourself you have undoubtedly heard thecn from your
classmates. The entire student body
: reins to be pervaded with I his antiStale College altitude. Why'.'
Ajivwav, you didn't see the movie.
Because of our negative impression we apologize for If y o u had you wouldn't have known
the school. It isn't necessary. There is no reason why you who wrote it either.
or I should apologize to our friends from Cornell or Michi- With f0rmais coming up we have
gan because we go to "State Teachers." For once let's try this bit of advice to give to vou men.
to recognize
the
Fki
v a l u e Of t h i s SChOOl.
V
the formal and take
Drive-in. Of course vou can't
Why, Why
faculty,
a Stimulating
education.
J
e
from
an
11 A i
iexcellent education
^aiiopmg' right out of the west m
^SS tllTZZu^
has'
outdone rv m insulting the public's
intelligence. < ir that is possible i col,a,u, ,J ! s T , , e Y,,un
' s captives. AnTLuT^
S e . ' one
S
iT^Te^TVn
STtiiSm
survive when pan nts stop allow ^nros?
STRAND—imitation of Life
I a
? ? n i " J , , h n < 1 , v "\ Tjie,:,
SUCh
a phenomenal
Occurrence
has
taken
For the members of the student body who are not
n ^ n r r ^ Sff ^
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p a s s o n t h e f o l l o w i n g i n f o r m a t i o n . I t IS t h e C o m m o n b e l i e f
Of t h e h i g h e r d i g n i t a r i e s Of t h i s i n s t i t u t i o n t h a t i t i s i m p o s s i b l e t o w o r k OUt a S c h e d u l e b e f o r e t h e t i m e W h e n
courses can be dropped has ended, or after eight weeks of
the semester have passed. The reasoning behind this is
that many of the "phantom conflicts" will not appear in
the schedule and it will bp easier to make up.
Several times the schedule has been worked out by
IBM machines; but alas, man is not indispensable; the
machines can't do the job too well. This year the schedule
was concocted by two of the professors here at State, who
spent all of Easter vacation and many evenings after the
vacation working out this gem. Guess the student body
can give them an A for the course, they even turned in
the term project early.
Co-mmon - State*
By VOl'NGS
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WANTEi)
HY
THE CLASS
MAY 1916
XL
IV
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other schools participating m the
tests. This nationwide survey involved such subjects as English, General culture, and contemporary affairs.
The Kneul 1>
This leads us to the faculty I hul
tr uns these . in.'eiils. How many of
us know ah.nil the grant given this
sell,mi's l.o nitv by the Atomic Energy Commission and the Stale Uul'.ei'sil', lor research on the separalion ol isotopes, or the gran! given
li ii- the slink, ol the energy requirements for ill.* . i paral ion ol -.all. and
water made by the U. S Department ol l he Interior and the Stale
Univ.TsiivV
t o know
something
of Ghostly Interest
lhi in. for they spread a dragnet
iss New York, bringing in child
lore proverbs, songs, fall tales, short
tale-, legends, and cspe.ialh laics
, I the supernatural,
IC Notice
M o v i n g - l p Hay, announces that
freshman women will wear white
skirts to M o v i n g - l p Day, not
black as previously stated. The?
will also weir white blouses, blue
bnus, white socks and sneakers.
I r i s h m a n men will wear dark
slacks, white shirts, and blue ties.
Sophomore women will wear
white
skirts,
red blouses or
sweaters, white socks and sneakers.
Sophomore men will wear
dark slacks, while shirts, and red
ties.
Junior dress will be: women:
white dresses, white heels, rani's
and caps; men: dark suits, white
shirts, and ties. Seniors will wear
caps and gow ns.
Spring Formal . . .
Con.ilined from Page 1, Column ,1 •
11 morrow Gamma Kap will listen
lo a J.,//. Concert ol the Kiverboa!
l-'i i e ,,i the house lrom 4 In (i p in
A' ( da s Lake Hul el I hen Will be
a tm aial dalle • Willi I lie band ol
l.enm Hicardi II will be chaperoned
b\ Mrs Grace I Nye. Housemother
\iiss Hoyalin Halm, Mr. and Mrs
Peter lieiiedi J. Dr. and Mrs Richard Smith and Mr and Mrs Donald
lln\t
A pi. I lie Hondas a! 'I hatehei
Aid complete llle weekend
Park
Tonight
I'reslinii'ii
are retiuested to
biiii|4 their eolleue catalogs to
Inti oiluctiou lo College meeting
today. Meetings will take place
according to major fields in the
following rooms:
business—AV i t It
regular rooms.
IFG Shows
Feature Film
advisors in
(Ireat
IFG
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will
starring
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reveals that lie was hated
violently
in his private life
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Wynn, Julie
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Hie line
Ic. Ferrer, the cast I urns out a good
picture.
to the
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Friday
We
Hiology—Itichardson 381.
Cheniistry—llusted Kit).
I hvsics—Hosted 1511.
I.ilir.ii'.s — Itichardson 37IIA.
able facilities, there will only be one
showing
of the film.
This showing
starts at S p.m. in Draper ;Hi).
A new idea in smoking!
refreshes your t a s t e
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Mai hematics—1'age Hall,
Social studies—Draper ,'HII.
l/.itin—llr.iper 'Mil).
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CONFORMITY
I n ;i ( , o]lm , r|f om . „ n n i l l l m . m i t i s i n t o o u n u u (J tij |in(] |u<
This tlieatre seems to be a local students. These are the people who never .say hello, l a , o u t tin
distribution
center
for t h e Late t 0 w °rry about appearance, and pay residence' lees to Hie l i b e r .
Show Next year rumor has it that s i v e i l s ' h l ' WORD may be, they're hot on the trail.
, h , v Wl11 be
' showing Charlie cium ,,,,• Y ! ( ) I I
p a , ^ 7 f a n s ' it" win 1 ^ Zw two
With a -HI. brother" here and „ "chuckle, chuckle" then
more weeks Then we con
o back Minerva's seen seme sheep, ee-yi ee-vi-oh. To find a Greek god
to those palpitating intellectual hor- l o o k f o r a < " 1 - i "" ( I e-Uttered floor • • a bottle. You ran ; - r o - n i / e ;
'''"' m n v i ( ' s t h i l t everyone is used to. V K l u n l s eaNll V "heir names are uncier Hie emblem
' ' ' p i l l a .'.''I
OF 1918
former
Frosh Girli
YEARNING FOR LEARNING
:e we look
ESTABLISHED
BIRMEISTKR
It's the muddle of hops and madness
It's the tangle of (food and badness
It's the lunacy linked with sanity
Makes up, and mocks, humanity
Arthur Stringer
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS
&
A
"Thompson can sin" and play the
Last year professor:, from this Louis C. Jones, will have Ills book the impact of this experience after
school were m Poland, Yugoslavia, Things Thut Go Bump in the Night, he left Albany for Cornell in 1940. p' a no, he knows music thoroughly,
Austria.
Italy.
Belgium,
France, published May 7 by Hill and Wang, I had been interested in folklore
tradillllc i ] i e .stressed the musical
En .'land, Israel and Canada doing
from the tune ( heard Carl Sand- t l o n Vm t o n e di-af and lung power
research or going to school them- Inc.
s
selves. Others taught in schools
The following e x c e p t is from the g j f
*»« ^ a ^ \ ^
" n e
'* >«y only musical asset, but I had
thri ugho.u this country during the Prelace to Jones s book.
, n n o u n t ( j | ..„„,,,,,. always been intrigued by ghosts and
( ( j ( ) Q ; J L„ n . i l n
.summer and . ne proiessor is on
It was tin privilege to teach nig, writiiu, and studying, always witches, the Devil and all his folleave now to teach in Munich. Gerfroin 1934 to 194G at the New York with Harold Thompson's encourage- lowers. Being smart students, they
many
Stale Colli ge for Teachers in Al- men! and support.
most particularly sought what InAn inter, slmg sidelight to tins is hanv 1 .-,av -pnvilege' advisedly beterested teacher; Thompson's a r the fact that the national average i .iii-o there were some exceedingh 'K"i;lish JO'
c, ive is r. h m smigs, mine in tnc
for doctorates on higher education
si pernatural.
hilerestiiig nun.Is on the faculty and
'do il was that I inherited the
la allies is between thirty and fort;,
and
a
bright,
hard-working
student
leaching
of'Eng.
40:
American
PolkT
h eBoo.{
per cent, Ilm'e il is seventy per cent.
body deriving lrom every cultural , , , , , ; l | u l , , l U g h t i t ,,, f . | U . s p r ing,
Does an\i ne think this importbackground you could imagine.
More than HDU stories ol murder,
; 1 | 1 L | s l ; L l l m e l . p,- tlie next six years
ant ' Or in wo all have sin h low
a,,,,. , i m v c-uiioagues and close M"ie than a thousand students and revenge, suicide, living corpses, npo] minus II! ours. Ives that we think
Inends was ' Professor Harold W I ' . n ' d i t each other the legendn parilions. headless ghosts haunted
we colli | not a, lo a giiiul school'.'
'Ihompson, who gave a course m mid singin;' tradition ol our state houses and he hungers that b r i . ^
IMP.'
A nerienn Folklore, the first, I be......
the departed back to earth are told
Are you interested in I he type ul
"'Ii,Is is the place lo make munis- , , , riilnifs That Go Bump in the
Indents
who JO here, or this hove, ottered lo undergraduates.
takably clear in;, indebtedness to xii*lit
si boot's standing
throughout t h e
Student Work
country, ir where students go Iron,
here? 11 so w a l e the editors what
'Students, not onh studied song.,
you wan! to know and perhaps you stories, and beliefs of our people,
u ill liml i ul
they wen! into their own lamil;.
circles and their In line towns and
In Scholastics
collected
their
own
traditions
In a test given to State College
Tnompson's sending students out to
Sophomores in 1955 I lie median
discover their own personal heritsci ire ol these students was 71 per
ii'je has always s e i n e d lo me m
rent higher than the scores ol the
piled leaching.
2(1,000 Sophomores from
the 195 Brian Gilford lit, Chairman ol
' mother, or B.S. Ithe customary caption,.
On behalf of the student body, we feel we owe a vote r„ tt.e icniors:
of appreciation
to Dr. Carrino and
• ••
• Dr. Luippold for this
We think in n pe.ipn
masterpiece.
i.ik. in.ue t r i i i , ;i
P.S. Next week there will be a letter to the editors
correcting the spelling of the above names by the concerned
parties.
M.T.
A recent survey showed thai 111.
average college in this stale had one
recipient ot a Regent
Scholarship
per thirty stud. nts. In State College the ratio is one in thirteen
s ,,v
They said it couldn't be done! State College made " " ' "' "
'"
history this week—it got out an exam schedule four weeks
before finals! This no doubt is the first, and we hope, not R'Tz-snuth Pacific
time
Uegents
md li
that history repeats itself Well
We may be wrong but we don t think sunglasses beards
here's the proof. In this one, Luna dresses create an •individual." Maybe we've gotten to the point v.Ji,
portrays a mama with a daughter be an individual, you have to try to conform,
and they are in love with the same
man. Butcher-knives anyone'' They ****• ' * •'*•'-'said it couldn't be dune, but for
Remember how in high school all your activities were lisi.<l u
forty some odd years now Lana has your senior picture' 1 perhaps the senior pages of the Ted Mimic
been playing the role of a seven- revised; a string ol activities impress.' some more than a mere
l v( i
lfi lhrk 1 in:irri( cl
' , ^ «"»"•« >"»« " " «
center.
E.A.S.
L & C ...
the last,
place.
but she said it was the favor from the week-end!
Dorothy Malone. Hold on to your bar
stools Here comes another western.
Try to re-evaluate your feeling about the school from
an academic point of v i e w - a n d remember why you're in
college. You are among educated and challenging minds,
in a place where individuality is welcomed: a university,
Among universities this is one of the best, but few of us
realize that the opportunity we now have is rare.
When we join the ranks of "educated men and women"
we will be representatives of a good college. We will have
had the advantage of an education from a variety of
trained and stimulating minds in an institution of high
academic standards.
You won't just graduate from Albany State, vou will
,
.
graduate
Why do I he students knock this
s. hoolv Perhaps it is bee,use this
i.s a publicly supported institution
Or pcrhap
be •ause they consider
touching a second-class profession.
Maybe it the students found out
.some things about this school their
altitude would change.
in a
danre
Begin by reading this week's "Affairs of State." then ;it „ Dnve-m. but then
look over what Louis Jones had to say about the college
in his book (page 3). Think for a moment of what you PALACE—Warlock
will have been exposed to by the time you graduate—an
starring Richard widmark and
outstanding
N N O M M a M ^ a a ^ M M ^ i
By DAVE FELDMAN
A Talc of Two Cities, The shocking
criticize the food in Brubacher, what Senate does, or a f a c t is l h a t i t u a s t h r e e d a y s b e .
cold classroom. Our intentions are the best: by criticizing fore the mistake was pointed out,
we will stimulate people into improvement.
and then by one of the janitors.
_,
Former College Professor Publishes Book;
Draws on Teaching Experience at State
/7//o^i 6jf State
O K s 0 V i c t o r H u g o didrVt w r l t e
PAGE 3
Willi
new
ju.-l lio'w a S a l e m
-Ml | > I I - * •
softness.,,
tinit's Salem. Tliioiigli its muilein, |)iiii'-wliilc lillci llous llio I'ti'slii'sl task- in
t'iyaieUea. Sniukc ii'lic-lu'il jiack afti-i |nti'k . . . Mnoki- Salem.
Take a i)iiff...it\s
Springtime
S T A T E C O L L E G E N E W S , FRIDAY, A P R I L 2 4 ,
PAGE 4
*7«4e fyaultk S^tate a£ State,
'Dial', Mademoiselle' Seek
Manuscripts for Publication
T h e following are opportunities
for creative members of our campus
to submit their works for publication.
Dial
The Dial is soliciting for m a n u scripts on any subject, identified
with any literary school or style of
writing. It will consider fiction in
E n g l i s h , including translations,
from all parts of the world.
'I he minimum rate will be $100 a
story and the maximum, $1500. The
editor will report on submissions
within n month of their receipt.
ottauie
T h e Dial is published by The Dial
Press, -161 Fourth Avenue, New York
10, New York. All manuscripts
should be addressed to The Editor,
J a m e s H. Silberman.
('ontest
To encourage the writing of fiction of quality. The Dial will sponsor
the Dial Award, a prize, of $1000.
State College News Board in a "not E e r y piece which appears in the
to nose for" picture includes II. to r.)
Traskus, Karnpf, Dougherty, J a n e
G r a h a m , FeJdman, Janice G r a h a m ,
McHujrh, and Spencer.
JtotuU
Greek news on campus includes
four sorority weekends scheduled
for this weekend and an a t t e m p t by
I n t e r - F r a t e r n i t y Council to c h a n g e
mshiny to first semester.
The
-.orontlcs
holding
spring
weekends a r e : Chi Sigma T h e t a .
Beta Zel.i, Phi Delta, and G a m m a
Kappa Phi
IFC
Members of IFC met with David
Hartley, Dean of Men, this week to
ciiscuss the possibility of changing
fraternity rushing to t h e early fall
and issuing bids sometime before
Christmas. No action has been taken on t h e suggestion.
( h i Sigma T h e t a
At pledge- service Monday evening the following were pledged as
members of Chi Sigma T h e t a , a n nounces Carol S t a n t o n a!), Presid e n t : Susan Gafney, J u d i t h S i m p son, freshmen: Dianne Donk, Shelly
Hoch. Elizabeth Snider. Mania ret
Walker. Sophomores.
Notice
Those Greeks cnmjilymy with i h n
re (tie t to have their officers a n nounced in t i c Moving-Up Day issue ol th" S t a t e College News are
asked to turn in their election returns to the editors by :', p.m Tuesday.
Kappa Delta
Folk Balladeer
Appears in Troy
Penelope Blanchard '62. Paula DeCrescenzo, Rosalie Fendick. and
Margaret
Gardener,
Sophomores,
were initiated as m e m b e r s of Kappa
Delta Sunday, announces Rita Lesko
':>!), President.
Josh White, world-famous folk
There will be a faculty picni • ringer, will present a program of
at the house Monday at 5 p.m.
ballad1- and blues in the Troy Music
Hall, tomorrow at K 'in p m
I'si (lamina
Songster
J a n e Cuss ">."). President of Psi
White nas been iinguig and i.imG a m m a , report... the election ol Mildred Pasek '60 as c h a i r m a n of the posing songs lor over mi years
During his youth he traveled over
Parents' Banquet to be held May 11.
the Kastern Seaboard in the employ
ol various blind street, musicians
lamoii men like Blind Blake and
Joe Taggert. From Ihi'se men he
learned many .a the guitar techniiC'ontinued from Page f, Column i
ques he ii es today
In 192!) Joan Willie , in his I list
The approval ol the Major De- n cor.'l lor the i ow legendary P a r a p a r t m e n t must t hen be se in ed oi. mount Libel. Tl'.roiuhoiil the thil"all program i aril-. After this stu • i a :, and lol'l les, W lute r< .nl m i n d to
cents can l urn in to t heir ach isors make rei ords tor even ma I- >r re the ' e n t a i l , e program |or sprin
i di.'i
i ompany m America
In
.iial suinihi i' pi ograliLS
Pl.'oi In- i mbarkod on a I ive un >11.
With the Prog I am (' ird i he ,,i,.- I a pi an con en lour. This ton
ill nl can dr.. A
' class cards in I ir.i pei •A..1 itch a triumph that hi now
1.. unge ,iiiil complete regl: tr.it loll : ' •: . i k e II l-llIU! I!\
Driver Education
Classes Register
S t u d e n t s -who are interested in
learning to drive and also those
who wish to instruct driver's education classes are asked t > sign up
m Dr. T h o m a s Gibson', office during the regular registration period
fur Health 21 and Health 21A. Gibson is Professor of Safety and
Health Education.
It is especially important lor those
students who wish t.o take these
courses during the Spring semester
to register e a r l / to insure t h a t they
will have class meeting times open
and the required permission of the
instructor.
i
STATE COLLEGE NEWS. FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1959
1959
magazine will be automatically
tered in t h e competition.
Mademoiselle
Mademoiselle is sponsoring
1959 College Publication Coi
with a w a r d s for t h e best stud
w r i t t e n article, t h e best, aim
written article, a n d the best f,,,written article. T h i s article mu
published in a college newspap.
college feature magazine, or alu
magazine.
Rules
T h e publishers reserve t.i.i :
to publish winning entries and ..
hold the prize in any category i
entry is of sufficient merit
Entries m u s t be submitted b\
editors of t h e publication and
compatiied by t h e n a m e and .m..
of the a u t h o r a n d editor to: Pul.l
t.ion Contest, <• o S t r e e t <V :'..
Publications, Inc.. College ana
reer D e p a r t m e n t , Mademoiselle,
Madison Avenue, New York '.'.: :
York.
Composition Competition Opens
For leah Lovenheim Award'
T h e l.eah Lovenheim Prize in
English Composition competition is
once more beginning. According to
Dr. Shield Mcllwame, Professor of
English, a prize of S2,r>.00 will be
awarded for the best short story.
Any undergraduate student
is
eligible for t h e competition, and
there- are no restrictions regarding
form or length of the work submitted. Only one story may be submitted by each student.
The Manuscript
To prepare the manuscript a
student must t ype the manuscript
double spaced, place the name under
the title ol the paper, place "for
Lovenheim Contest." in the upper
lght hand corner ol page one, and
leave the paper in Dr M
office at R i c h a r d s o n 282.
T h e deadline for submit
m a n u s c r i p t s is May 15 at I
Last year's Lovenheim v. u
F r a n k F a v a t '59, who i nt,
poem De Profundis, a ISO I:
of free verse. T h e poem '
notated by F a v a t to clfar c
concerning allusions.
De Profundis is done in
Ii he style, which creates a
similar to a p a t c h w o r k quilt
the combination of various
from varied sources.
T h e poem will be the op.
lection fur this .. ear's I'riim
published and distributed in
PAGE *
Cynic Discovers Idealism
Shaw Initiates Forum of Politics Presents
With Albany Night People Lecture Series Discussion on Middle East
This Thursday
By H E R B DELO
Made t h e Night People scene last
weekend. Discovered t h a t I'm actually an idealLst. Or is t h a t a dirty
word? By the way, w h a t shall we
call her now? Even discovered t h a t
I'll guard other people's cigarettes.
Proves t h a t I'm n o t Beat.
Ever h e a r of S p a n i s h Joe's? Man,
you should m a k e it down there
sometime. Everybody should. Make
it a p a r t of IC. I picked up a h i t c h hiker. Said: "Where're you going?"
Said' " S p a n i s h Joe's. Ever been
t h e r e ? " Said: "No." Said: "You
wanta go?" Said: "Why n o t ? "
Made it to Spanish Joe's. First bar
that I ever carried glasses into.
Change t h a t . First bar into which
I ever carried glasses. Keep forgetting. English major. A—on g r a m m a r
test.
Sitting there, Man. when this wlno
made it through t h e door and collapsed on a bench. Forgot to m e n tion the tables. Ever see an old
weather-beaten door? tin sawhorses?
Man. those were the tables. With
benches along the wall upon which
to sit' notice that'.'i Anyway this
SignumLaudis
Holds Dinner
The a n n u a l Signum LauciLs b a n quet will be held a t 5:45 p.m. T h u r s day a t the University Club. New
members will be initiated into the
fraternity.
Lectureship
Following the banquet the m e m bers will go to Draper auditorium
where they will h e a r Edward P.
Shaw. Professor of Modern Language, sjii ak o n : "Freedom of Expression in an Age oi Absolutism:
Censorship and Subterfuge in Eighti enth Century- France."
Shaw is hem - brought to the
college by the Faculty Lectureship
Committee.
c h a r a c t e r slumped down and proceeded to "sleep."
But t h a t isn't the bit t h a t made
me realize t h a t I'm an idealist. As
we were about to leave, our guide
proceeded to put t h e touch on us for
some change. And—get this, man—
an old hag—the only word to describe her with a face like an old
sock 11 mean with a hole in the
heel' like wrinkled and dirty, walked up and offered this bum her
last. dime. She looked as if she could
have used about 7 or 12 decent meals
and or b a t h s and or nights of sleep.
Man, tins touched me. You'll say:
"Ha. oh, collegiate and conformist
cynic, just how sincere are you?"
But like, man, that's the mainline.
So I'm an idealist? But as a friend
of mine once said: "But why is it
so still when the goldfish die?" Oh
well, what t h e hell—Ya vu ochen
and the rest of t h a t Wolfian posh.
Edward P. Shaw, Professor of Modern Language, will deliver t h e first
Faculty Lecture in Draper 349,
Thursday n t 8:15 p.m. His topic will
be "Freedom of Expression in an
Age of Absolutism: Censorship and
Subterfuge in Eighteenth Century
France." A question and answer period will follow the lecture.
Shaw
Shaw has been with t h e faculty
of State College since 1947. He received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D.
from Harvard. T h e books he h a s
written a r e : T h e Case of t h e Abbe
de Moncrif, Francois-Augnstin P a r a dis de Moncrif, Jacques Gazotte.
Lectureship
The Faculty Lectureship was established this year to provide additional intellectual stimulation to the
members or the college community
and to m a k e wider use of the intellectual resources of the S t a t e
From Monday to Friday this week College Faculty. All students and
the members of the Class of '60 faculty are invited.
are requested lo sign up to have
T h e lecturer i.s a member of the
their pictures taken for next year's
Pedagogue, announce the new co- College faculty chosen on the basis
iditnr.s, J u n e Alexander and Teresa of mastery of his own field and an
ability to interpret t h a t field to
Kerwin, Juniors.
a general audience. He selects the
lecture topic in consultation with the
Pictures
The pictures will be taken the Faculty Lectureship Committee.
week ol May 4 to 9. Those signing
uji to hove l heir pictures taken are Founders
to be present at the time of their
T h e local chapter of the American
sitting or forfeit the right of having
then picture m the yearbook. T h e Association of University Professors
I icttires will be taken in school at a initiated the lectureship in close coj-.'ace to be announced at a later operation with the faculty, a d m i n i s tration, and friends of the college.
date
T h e lectureship is administered by a
Photograph 1 , for the yearbook will committee including representative. 1 ;
in- done by a professional photog- from these groups.
r a p h e r this ei lining year with little
or no help from t h e S t a l e College
Kendall A. Birr, Associate ProfesPhoto Service, therefore all pictures sor of History, is C h a i r m a n of the
will be Liken on a strict schedule.
Lectureship Coinniitt.ee.
Juniors Sign for
'60 Ped Pictures
"World Peace and the Middle E a s t
Problem" will be the topic of a lecture by Dr. Edward J. Jurjl, Monday
at 3 p.m.
J o h n Cocca '59, President of F o rum of Politics, states t h a t Jurji
will speak in Draper 349 to all interested s t u d e n t s and faculty.
Islamic Scholar
Jurji is presently a professor of
Islamics and Comparative Religion
at Princeton University. He is a
famous Islamic scholar and educator, and has authored five books
and several articles on the Middle
East.
According to Cocca, "Jurji brings
a unique authority and u n d e r s t a n d ing to his interpretation of this
vital world problem."
Forum
F o r u m of Politics functions on
campus as a group to bring speakers
of varied interests to t h e college.
Opportunities such as h e a r i n g H a r old Stassen are afforded t h e s t u d e n t
body through this medium t h a t
would not otherwise be available.
As part of its program for the
year 1958-59 Forum is sponsoring
Mr. M a r t i n Hutton May 4, who will
speak on "Communism and T e r r o r ism in Asia."
T h e final speaker for the year
will be Professor Frederick L. S c h u man, May 11, Schuman will lecture
on "How Many Worlds."
All these lectures are open to faculty members and students of S t a t e
College.
LSA to Visit
Union College
T h e L u t h e r a n Student Association
h a s been invited to meet with the
L u t h e r a n Fellowship group at Union
College Sunday to hear Dr. E. Steinile of M o u n t Airy Seminary. His
topic will be "Ecclesiastical S u n stroke."
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admission to En 134, Creative W r i t ing, offered Tuesday and Friday,
first semester 1959, should take n o tict of the following procedures.
1. Leave a note un Dr. Shields
Mcllwaine's desk as soon as possible.
2. P r e - registration: Majors or
minors in English should include
En 110 in their schedules, and a r raii e courses so that En 110 can be
dropped upon acceptance of En 134.
4. J u n i o r s and Seniors should
submit writings, three samples which
should include poems, stories, or
portraits, marked "for En 134." T h e s e
samples should be submitted to Dr.
Mcliwainc before May 22. or by mail
to the college during the summer.
5. Sophomores may be a d m i t t e d
to the course on the basis of writing- accepted or published in t h e
Primer.
t; Notice of aceptance will be
j >.... 11 d during i sum week.
Meeting' Place
The meeting will be held a t Our
Savior's Lutheran Church at 2739
H a m b u r g Street. It will s t a r t at 5
p.m. and refreshments will be served.
Chapel Service
P l a n s have been made to a t t e n d
chapel service at the Union c a m p u s
from 7 to 8 p.m. Anyone interested
in attending should contact Linda
Matson '60.
Newman Club
T h e members of Newman Club
are reminded to plan to m a r c h in
the May Day Parade n e x t Friday
at 6:30 p.m. The parade will form
. n Western Avenue above Partridge
Strict am! march to Capitol Park
where the rosary will be recited.
All Catholic students are invited
to m a r c h with the Newmanites, regardless of membership in the club.
THERE'S AN IMPORTANT FUTURE AHEAD FOR THE MEN
WHO WEAR THESE WINGS
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a m a s t e r of t h e s k i e s a n d no liner e x i s t s . In a d d i t i o n , In' h a s a l i n n backg r o u n d in a s t r o - n a v i g a t i o n , elect roil ics, e n g i n e e r i n g ami allied fields. T h e n ,
too, he iniisl s h o w o u t s t a n d i n g q u a l i t i e s of l e a d e r s h i p , i n i t i a t i v e a n d selfr e l i a n c e . In s h o r t , he is ii m a n e m i n e n t I} p r e p a r e d for an i m p o r t a n t f u t u r e
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS. FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1959
PAGE 6
Pogos, Potter Victorious in Albany
League Games; Kobras Beat Rousers
By DAN
f a r as the
Indians
are
By J I M
con-
By J I M
count
l o r twomore
runs.
Fran
N a n c e t t i b r o u g h t in D a i l e y o n a solid
double a n d t h e side w a s retired o n
t h e next pitch.
Kobras Victorious
In the State League the Kobras
d o w n e d t h e R o u s e r s , 34-1), a n d t h e
C o m m u t e r s w o n out o v e r t h e R e b e l s ,
ijl-18. I n t h e T e a c h e r ' s L e a g u e t h e
M e r c a p t a n s e n d e d w i t h a 24-12 v i e lory over t h e Rebels a n d t h e G o o b c r s AC b e a t t h e R i d g e , 21-4.
DOUGHERTY,
Sports
Editor
Everyone, I a m sure, knows the crowd
w h i c h is d e f i n i t e l j
biased,
g l o r y of y e s t e r d a y , b u t t h e S i e n a i n n u m e i a b l i ' p r o b l e m s faced by a n H e h a s t o m a k e q u i c k d e c i s i o n s . I t
u m p i r e . H e h a s t o c o n t e n d w i t h a is h a r d e n o u g h to a p p e a r n e u t r a l i n
t r i b e h a s t a k e n a few l a u r e l s b a c k
a n y s i t u a t i o n , let alone a n a t h l e t i c
to its r e s e r v a t i o n m o r d e r t o m a k e
contest, b u tumpires d o t r y their
u p for t h e p a s t .
best.
Kegling
For
the
Champs
the
third
time
i n five
years,
the Siena Indians have corraled
Capital
District
the
Intercollegiate
B o w l i n g L e a g u • by v i r t u e of e d g i n g
o u t R P I by less t h a n
two
points.
Albany State's contingent, which
.set a n e a r l ) p r e i n t h e l e a g u e , lell
b a c k i n t o l i l t h p l a c e al s e a s o n ' s e n d .
T h i ' Peel., h a d a 31 • --!.H'. r e c o r d .
h a \ iug split a p o i n t w i t h t h e c h a m pion I n d i a n s Albany Busine s College i o u l d only m u s t e r 2.i p o i n t s .in I
Hill la lu uj) t h e c e l l a r
final Standings
W !.
50 : 20 ;
58 22
•'••; 44
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By t h e P r e s s
Associated
DOUGHERTY
Spring is definitely with us now. With it comes increased athletic activity here on campus. The two sports
that attract the most attention are, of course, baseball
and softball. No matter what the caliber of personnel these
teams may possess, the center of interest lies on the
mound.. Everyone has his opinion about pitchers, but
here is a poem concerning this, the toughest of all places
to be on the diamond.
A SONG OF IRON-ARMED HURLERS
How dear to my heart was the old-fashioned hurler
Who labored all day on the old village green.
He did not resemble the up-to-date twirler
Who pitches four innings and ducks from the scene.
The up-to-date twirler I'm not very strong for;
He has a queer habit of pulling up lame.
And t h a t is the reason I hanker and long for
The pitcher who started and finished the game.
The old-fashioned pitcher
The iron-armed pitcher,
The stout-hearted pitcher
Who finished the game.
So far this season we have seen six pitchers in action;
two of whom have finished the game. Wes Brown turned in
a fine mound performance in defeating Utica and breaking
Coach Sauers jinx of never beating anyone but Plattsburgh
at Bleecker Stadium.
Jack Ormsbee (Pogos) and Tony Amelio (APA) are
two other pitchers who finished the game. Ormsbee fivehit the South Lake fraternity to give the defending champions a 7-4 victory in this year's inaugural softball contest.
Amelio gave up eleven hits in his first intramural game as
a Stale student.
Spina, Recesso and Maus Alternate
In Tuesday's twinbill against Union College's Dutchmen, three pitchers shared the spotlight. Lefty Pete Spina
opened the first game, but was relieved by Chuck Recesso
in the seventh. Recesso took the mound again in the seventh inning of the second fray to relieve for freshman
Hank Maus. The Sauersmen suffered two hard defeats
that day. They lost both games by scores of 13-4 and 10-5.
From the Sports Desk: Hank Boehning's fielding in
center field in the Pogo-APA contest reminded many of us
of the antics of Willie Mays. . . . The poem that appears
above was written by George E. Phair, sports writer for the
New York American during the 1930's.
Qualifying in Officiating
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t h r e w out t h e first b a l l . H e g a v e u p G i l c h r i s t H o m e r s
T h e e n c o u r a g i n g f e a t u r e s of t h e
a p a i r ol line i r n e d r i m s t o n o t c h
a 7-2 o p e n i n g d a y w i n t h a t fen l u r e d g a m e , i n s p i t e of t h e s i x t h i n n i n g
performa t h r e e - h i t o u t b u r s t b y s h o r t s t o p n i g h t m a r e s , w e r e in t h e
Dick L e w i s , a n d c o l l e c t e d a b o o m - a n c e of R a y H a v e r a n d J e r r y G i l -
Week
T h e Peds struck early a n d often
in t h e U t i : a g a m e , s c o r i n g t h e f i r s t
r u n i n I h e first i n n i n g o n a s i n g l e
by L e w i s wdio b a t t e d i n G i l c h r i s t .
T h e y t a l l i e d o n c e in t h e s e c o n d , a n d
e x p l o d e d for foui r u n s i n t h e f i f t h
on singles by Gilchrist,
Salernos,
H a v e r , Lewis, a n d Dzlkowicz a n d a
p a i r of s a c r i f i c e s by C o n n i e S c h m i d t
and Pete Spina,
A l b a n y a d d e d a n i n s u r a n c e tally
in t h e e i g h t h w h e n B r o w n d o u b l e d
to bat i n c a t c h e r T o m Buckley.
After m e e t i n g Plattsburg
tomorrow, t h e Peds h i t t h e road for a
Wednesday
afternoon
g a m e at
O n e o n t a b e f o r e r e t u r n i n g for a 3:00
Friday engagement with
Danburv
and a Saturday contest with RPI,
both a t Bleecker.
B Z B o m j i s O v e r Sifc" P h i
Beta Zeta showed their c o m p e tence in this season's softball intrum u r a l s by d o w n i n g S i g m a P h i S i g m a . 18-H
Whoops!!!
,S'omebod\'s slipping in L e a g u e I.
O n T u n - d a y , April 21, t h e r e w e r e two
f o r f e i t s clue In t h e l a c k of a .sufficient
number
of p l a y e r s . Alder)
H a l l f o r f e i t e d In S i g m a A l p h a a n d
Park House forfeited t o Chi S i g m a
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r e c e n t l y in t h e i n t r a i i i i i r . i l s n l l l j a l l in t h r e e s e t s , a n d i n o n e nl I h e ; , > ! t u n i i i i i n d s .
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. l u h n K n j s t u n h a d In pull out a
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i h e n u m b e r li\ e s i n g l e s m a t c h at t e r
.Miss KjjKh'stoii, A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s o r of S o c i a l S t u d i e s , t h r o w s o u t t h e
H a n k lie. e n m i : o l t i n , s m a l l bit ol
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H.uiiii I m p r e s s e s
recognition
Wes Brown m i n e s onto the scene.
T h e lnser i n t h a i t w o - h o u r m a t c h
Hit-key, K a m p f , S a u e r s
1 he P e n . m e e t P l a l l b u r g o n t h e
W i t h t h e b a d m i i i l o n l o i i r n e y g o i n g '.'.a D a i e l l a i i m . a I r e s h i n a n In in
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c h r i s t , b o t h of w h o m c l o u t e d h o m ers, a n d J i m B r o w n , w h o s l a m m e d
a d o u b l e in a p i n c h h i t role a n d a
triple a s a regular i n t h e second
game.
T h i s d i s p l a y of h i t t i n g s t r e n g t h ,
coupled with a three-for-four
perf o r m a n c e of S p i n a a n d t h e b i g b a t
of D i c k L e w i s , g i v e s t h e P e d s a
scoring p u n c h t h a t m a k e s any point
in t h e b a t t i n g o r d e r s t r i k e f e a r i n t o
the opposing pitchers. Haver's second g a m e blast drove i n two r u n s
and Gilchrist powered three across
t h e p l a t e w i t h his s w a t In t h e first
game.
Jim
Brown,
a freshman
from
H u d s o n F a l l s , got b o t h o f h i s e x t r a
b a s e k n o c k s witli t h e s a c k s e m p t y .
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SLS \ s Pogos
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At Hit: l e l l a b o v e i s W e s lirovwi p i c t u r e d j u s t a l t e r h e c o n n e c t e d with
I h e hall i n t h e first g a m e
a g a i n s t I 11(011. \ s i t r e s u l t e d , W e s w a s t h r o w n o u t a t l i r s t o n a g r o u n d h a l l t o t h e s h o r t s t o p ,
At t h e r i g h t
u e s e e ( . u s l i l l u i a n i l ' o g o s i a s h e i s r e m o v e d I coin t h e g a m e a l t e r i n j u r i n g ; h i s lfc(f. B y c o n s e n t of Un
captains h e » . . allowed to re i n t e r the next inning.
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P h i D e l t a W i n s , 1G-4
In t h e Kappa
Delta-Phi
Delta
n a m e first b a t s w e r e w o n hy P h i D e l t a . T a k i n g a d v a n t a g e >>i t h e o p p o r t u n i t y . P h i D e l t a s c o r e d most, of
t h e i r r u n s i n t h e lirst i n n i n g . F i n a l
• c u r e w a s P h i D e l t a Hi a n d K a p p a
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Spill • '.un.' 1 i m p 1 11.11 1 111 iii 1 in
FRIDAY, A P R I L 2 4 , 1 9 5 9
Peds Trip Utica, Drop 2 to Union, Brown Wins;
Plattsburg Here Tomorrow for Bleecker Game
ik u p i i i . i l i o n a n d 1 n i i i ' i a i 1 In ], a , , a i , 1 . ,1,.
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Phi Delta and Beta Zcta,
final
c o m p e t i t o r s in t h e bowling playoffs,
successfully
began
their
entrance
i n t o t h e s o f t b a l l s e a s o n by o u t s c o r i n p t h e i r r i v a l t e a m s . If t h e y c o n t i n u e to p l a y a s s u c c e s s f u l l y in t h e i r
f u t u r e g a m e s , t h e y m a y meet, a g a i n
to v i e f o r t h e l e a g u e t i t l e . S i n c e
both teams arc in the s a m e league,
o n l y o n e c a n be e l i g i b l e for t h e f i n a l
playoffs b e t w e e n t h e two leagues.
n
S t a t e VV'av H a c k
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Open Season
With Wins
Iron-Armed
Hurlers . . .
Siena Cops
Umpires Have a Tough Time;
Kegling Title Show Some Maturity, Respect
cerned, they m a y never get back
WAA:
From This Vantage Point:
LABEILLE
T h e Pogos, last year's defending
c h a m p i o n s , g o t off o n t h e r i g h t foot
w i t h a 7-4 v i c t o r y o v e r A P A i n
Tuesday's
inaugural
game.
Jack
O r m s b e e t o o k t h e m o u n d c h o r e s for
the Okeefenokee swampmen a s the
South Lake m e n went to bat h i the
t o p of t h e f i r s t . T h e s i d e w a s q u i c k ly r e t i r e d a s D o n D o n a t o h i t i n t o a
double play. T o n y Amelio, o n the
hill for t h e b l u e a n d w h i t e , faced
three
Pogomen
a n d t h e inning
quickly ended.
K e m p t o n Hits Homer
I n t h e t o p of t h e s e c o n d K e i t h
K e m p t o n hit a home run t o right
field
t o give A P A t h e lead. I n
t h e third H a n k B o e h n i n g scored on
a s h o r t s i n g l e . B o t t o m of t h e t h i r d
b r o u g h t three r u n s for the Pogos
as Holway scored on Malrey's h o m er. D o n N o l a n e d g e d in a t t h e p l a t e
o n a fielder's c h o i c e (see p i c t u r e a t
r i g h t ) . T h e next two innings were
s c o r e l e s s for b o t h t e a m s .
I n the sixth, the S o u t h Lake t e a m
s c o r e d t w o r u n s o n a d e e p d o u b l e o v e r s a G-l l e a d o v e r t h e b l a c k a n d
by B r u c e B i b b i n s . T h e s w a m p m e n w h i t e . A s t h e s i d e s r e t i r e d a t t h e
t o o k f o u r o n a d o u b l e by B e a r d e n e n d ot t h e f i f t h t h e s c o r e w a s 9-4,
a n d a s i n g l e by H o l w a y .
f a v o r of t h e i n d e p e n d e n t s ,
Potter Wins Unexpectedly
Six M e n S c o r e
T h e L e f t o v e i s left V e t e r a n s ' field
Wendell Fowler tapped the sixth
i n a d a z e a f t e r l o s i n g t o P o t t e r , 10- i n n i n g w i t h a h u m e r u n t o dee]) c e n 9, in W e d n e s d a y ' s f i r s t l e a g u e g a m e , t e r f i e l d . T h e n e x t t h r e e m e n w a l k e d
T h e i n d e p e n d e n t t e a m s c o r e d f o u r t o t h e b a g . A d o u b l e by P e t e B a r r u n s a t t h e v e r y s t a r t of t h e g a m e b e g a l a t t a b r o u g h t in t w o m o r e m e n .
o n a n e r r o r by P o t t e r ' s R o s s D a i l e y . A h i g h fly b a l l h i t b y D a i l e y w a s
T h e s e c o n d i n n i n g g a v e t h e L e f t - d r o p p e d by t h e c e n t e r f i e l d e r t o a c -
As
STATE C O L L E G E NEWS.
a
" K e a e h Hull, r e a c h ! "
Hull K a m p f g e t s u p i n t h e a i r a s h e a t t e m p t *
s m a s h i n W e d n e s d a y ' s single m a t c h . S t a t e h e a t S i e a a , 5-3.
P u l l e r vs. A P A
K u u s e r s vs. R i d g e
Ki In Is vs H u m p s
a r o u n d but n e v e r d i d q u i t e g e t u p
in bal o n e s e e m e d very u p s e t a s l i e
c h a s e d p l i p p ) d u g s a n d Hy b a l l s y e l l ing "nil!
Tlie o t h e r one was busy dodging a
small while sphere thai the center
was t h r o w i n g in t h e q u a r t e r b a c k
behind a saucer. Another on-looker
s t o o d i n h u n t nl l i n n w i t h a r a c k e t .
We le.ill)
gut wui n e d
when h e
stalled swinging
he must h a v e h a d
his signals crossed because they sent
h i m in t h e l i t t l e p i l l o w on t h e r i g h t .
Hy S K I I H e n e v e r d i d m a k e it to t h e s e c o n d
Last
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a heavily
favored
pillow , h i s loot m u s t
have
been
P o t t e r C l u b s q u a d s t i l l e r e d a sii.sstuck
p l c i o u s d e l e a t a t tile h a n d s of a
T h e c h e e r l e a d e r s s i l l i n g 01) t h e
grossly
undermanned
Beta
Zeta
t e a m P u l l e r s t i n t e d oil very s t r o n g , b e n c h d i d n ' t s e e m to h e l p m u c h — a l l
taking
tin- lirst g a m e , 2 1 - 5 . T h e t h e ) d i d w a s h o l l e r t o s o m e " b a b e s "
l e n i i d g a m e e v e n e d t h e m a t c h , B Z o u t o n I h e field. O t h e r f a n s a l s o
s e e m e d l o be e n j o y i n g t h e g a m e a s
w iiinig, 21-1U.
In t h e l i n a l tilt ( t h e r e s u l t s of t h e y f r e q u e n t l y c l a t t e r e d t i n noise
which
a r e being
investigated by makers.
QlalU
lIn- A i n e r u . a i i F r i s b e e Assn i if a p O n e tiling did c o n f u s e u s t h o u g h ,
p e a r e d t h a t P o l l e r h a d been bribed the w a t e r b o y kept r u n n i n g o u t t o
T h e c o m m i s s i o n e r s a n n o u n c e , t h a t by s o m e u n k n o w n h a v i n g a d e f i n i t e p i c k u p t h e r a c k e t s b u t h e w a s
all g a m e s will s t a r t p r o m p t l y a t 4 : 1 5 i n t e r e s t in a B Z v i c t o r y . F i n a l s c o r e , m u m s h i s p a i l .
B Z 21, P o t t e r C l u b — 2 . Aw h e c k
All i n a l l w e r e a l l y d i d h a v e Hill.
p . m o n V e t e r a n s ' Field.
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STATE C O L L E G E
NEWS,
FRIDAY, A P R I L 2 4 , 1 9 5 9
**JslI
SCHEDULE FOR FINAL EXAMINATIONS
Second Semester—May-June 1959
Monday, M a y 25, 1 p . m .
Wednesday, May 27, 1 p.m.
Tuesday, J u n e 2, 1 p.m.
Friday, M a y 29, 1 p . m .
(with conflicts indicated)
Ar 3, Bi 22, Bu 13, E c 105, P S
Ed 20, Ed 114SS, E n 216, L1213, M a
Hy 4, P h 18, B u 8B, Hu 123, Py 127,
So 4, P y 1, E d 114E, Ed 114GS, E d
224, S h 163, Bu 113, Bi 204, P r 208,
Bi 216, L a 2, Pi 3, P h 117, G k 203,
114ML, Ed 215, P S 216, Hy 223B, 12, L a 1A, F r 110, M a 227, H E
T i m e a n d place for all conflict
Ch 17, Ch 206, S p 110, E d 23, B u
Ed 302, S h 13, E n 271, S S 200.
G e 9, Li 223, B u 215.
examinations will be a r r a n g e d b e 121A, S h 212.
8B (Burger).
So 4—Ed 114E (1), P y 1 (1).
tween s t u d e n t a n d instructor. ( T h e
P h 18—Hy 4 (1), H u 123 (1).
Bu 13—Ar 3 (1), E c 105 (1), F r
first n a m e d course will provide t h e
Tuesday, May 26, 9 a.m.
Monday, J u n e 1, 9 a.m.
110 (1).
conflict examination.)
Thursday, M a y 28, 9 a.m.
Ar 3—PS 12 (3).
P S 10, Bu 19, M u 1, M u 4, C h 116,
(A course listed in bold type indiEn 3, Ch 18B, C h 106, B u 111, L a
Bi 25, E n 19, S p 9, Hy 101, Ar 1C, P i 111, Hy 242, E S 4, L a 10, F r 10.
cates t h a t a conflict is offered i n
IB, Li 117, E c 238, Ed 353, So 209,
En 109, E d 260, Ec 211, B u 208, G e
t h a t course. T h e figures in p a r e n t h e Ed 319, Ch 18A, La 113, M a 323,
Mu 4—PS 10 (1), Hy 242 (2). Wednesday, J u n e 3, 9 a.m.
103, PI 210.
ses indicate t h e n u m b e r of s t u d e n t s
Ed 261, S p 111.
Mu 1—Pr 10 (3), P S 10 (1).
Ma 27, Bi 122B, E n 16, M a 21, Bu
involved.)
En 19—Hy 101 (2), Bi 25 (1),
Bu 19—Ch 116 (1), M u 1 (1).
En 3—Ch 18B( 1), Li 117 (1).
109, PI 100, L a 1C, M u 61.
Sp 9 (1).
PI 111—Bu 19 (1), MU 4 (1),
P S 10 (1).
Saturday, May 23, 9 a.m.
M a 27—En 16 (1), B i 122B <2<,
Tuesday, May 26, 1 p.m.
Thursday, M a y 28, 1 p.m.
La 1C (1).
E n 29, Hy 117, Bi 125B, M a 28, B u
Monday, J u n e 1, 1 p.m.
Sc 1, P h 1, Sc 2, Hy 130, Ed 1KB,
PI 1, Ge 1, B u 1, P r 104, Ed 114M,
Mu 61—En 16 (1), PI 100 (1).
2A, B u 122, Bi 206, Ed 229.
Hy 220B, Li 1, S p 103, Bu 217, P h
Bu 24, E n 256, Ed 209, Bu 316, Ge
Sp 3, Ma 30, F r 2, Bu 125, Hy 121,
Ma 21—En 16 (1), Bi 122B ( D ,
2, Sh 204.
So 132, Bi 106, S p 2, HE 1, C h 140.
L a 1C (1).
Hy 117—En 29 (1), Bi 125B (1), 118, Ed 218, Ma 208, Li 313, P h 202,
En 136.
En 16—Bi 122B (1), Bu 109 ' 2 ) ,
Bi 206 (1),
Ma 30—Sp 3 (1), Bi 106 (1).
Ed 114M—Pr 104 (1), PI 1 (1).
L a 1C (1).
Hv 121—Bu 125 (1), M a 30 (1),
Sc 1—Li 1 (3), S p 103 (1).
Gc 1—Ed 114M (2), B u 1 (1).
Bi 106 (1).
PI 1—Bu 24 (1), G e 1 (1).
Hy 130—Ed 114B (1), S p 103 (1).
Saturday, May 23, 1 p.m.
Wednesday, J u n e 3, 1 p.m.
Tuesday, J u n e 2, 9 a.m.
En 2, Ed 21, E n 106, Ed 301A, Ch Wednesday, May 27, 9 a.m,
Friday, M a y 29, 9 a.m.
120, Li 222, Bu 114, Ed 318, E d 300,
Ec .1, E S 6, Gy 4, F r 8, G e 3, M a Sp 1, Mu 51, Bi 101, Hy 244, La 8,
Hy 2A.
Sh 260, Ed 214M, C h 203.
Ma 26, Bu 6, M a 25, E n 8, M a 111, P r 3, B u 2B, F r 1, Bi 20, B u 3A, 110, Gy 3, M a 24, B u 250, E d 301B.
Hy 122B, M a 22, Bi 15, P S 210, Ec 232, M a 23, Li 228, Pi- 109, Ar
G y 4 — F i ' 8 ( D , G e 3 ( D , E c 3 (3).
La 8—Bi 101 (1).
Ed 21—En 2 (1), E n 206 (1).
E n 157, S p 137.
1A, F r 115, L a A, Ed 22.
ES 6—Ec 3 U ) , G e 3 (1) Ma
Mu 51—La 8 (4), Hy 244 ( D .
Ma 26—Ma 25 (1), S p 137 (1).
F r 3—Bi 20 (1), F T 115 (1).
110 (1).
Hy 2A (1).
Monday, May 25, 9 a.m.
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ALBANY. N E W YORK.
FRIDAY. MAY 1. 1 9 5 9
Gifford Announces Annual Moving - Up Day Ceremonies,
Event to Include Awards, Frosh Skit, Ivy Address, Songfest
Songleader Makes Debut
At Traditional College Event
Brian Gifford '61, Chairman of MUD, announces that
the traditional ceremonies will begin with the forming of
class lines at 9 a.m. tomorrow. The freshmen will meet to
the right of the Co-op; Sophomores, to the left of the Co-op;
Juniors on the first floor of Husted; and Seniors will congregate in back of Minerva. The class marshals of Campus
Commission will direct the forming and procession of the
lines, which will begin to move promptly at 9:15 a.m.
Dolores Russell '59, Grand Marshal of Campus Commission, will lead the processional, followed by Rosemarie
Sepe '59, Campus Queen.
Hy 2B, Hy 3, E n 121, E d 203, Bi
119, Bu 3B, Li 100, Hy 233B, P h 17,
Li 212, En 249B, P S 262, P h 119,
M a 135.
Hy 2B—Bi 119 (1), Li 100 (1).
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Opening
Alter all t h e classes have marched
Into Page Hall, J u n e Alexander '60,
SA Songleader, will open t h e program by directing t h e Alma Mater.
SA President Bob Helwig '63 will
render the address of welcome and
introduce t h e class speakers.
Awards
Evan R. Collins, President of the
College, will announce t h e new
members of Signum Laudis. William
D'.'inbieton, Assistant Professor of
English, will award t h e a n n u a l Edward Eldred Potter Club Award.
David Hartley, Dean of Men, will
p-esdnt the F r a t e r n i t y Scholarship
Cup; a n d Ellen C. Stokes, Dean ol
Danny Labeille a n d Terry Meltzer as they appeared Campus Night in t h e victorious frosh skit. They will Women, will present t h e I n t e r Sorority Council Scholarship Award,
be on stage again tomorrow night in "Dorothy" for Moving-Up Day.
and introduce the Residence Council.
Senate:
T h e UBEA Smead Award will be
presented by Clifton Thorne, Associate Professor of Business. T h e
Alumni Councillor for t h e Class of
1959 will be announced.
The classes will then move up
u n d e r the direction of Josephine
Pietruch '60, r.ew G r a n d Marshal.
By NATALIE LEMOINE
Senate Selects Songleader, Defines Services,
Appoints Senator, Hears Financial Report
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VOL. XLIV. NO. 12
As the spring semester drags itself slowly to ,i close, t h e Student
Senate is d r a i g i n g it-self after. Let's
hope that t h e semester doesn't close
before Senate does. With only three
weeks left, budgets, the biggest job
in the spring, is still over t h e horizon.
Tne newly elected members of
AA board a r e : Bud Baker, Nancy
MeOowan, and Eric Kafka, Juniors;
b.ired as the weeks go by.
This is t h e cause for many of t h e
difficulties t h a i have occurred r e cently. They entered their roles as
representatives with good Intentions
and have borne up well under the
constant criticisms t h a t naturally
follows them into office. With a l most a semester's experience the
Si nut • is now in a position lo move
forward.
Fraternities
Hold Formals
Music Groups
Plan Concert
Bob Ellis a n d Mary J a n e Shepherd,
Sophomores. Senate also elected
J u n e Alexander '60 as SA song
leader.
Services Committee
T h e new Services Committee sel
up last week was defined by J o h n
Sullivan in a report from the Constitutional Committee. T h e members
are Mary J a n e Shepherd, Chairman.
Bob Baltaly. Mary Ann Calderone,
Sandra Ueiter a n d Fran Cicero.
In the replacements and reshuffling
of committee members that followed the Senators could hardly toll
who's on what.
.Appointment
Senate approved the appointment
T h e plans for Sigma Lambda ol Barbara Libous '(il In replace
replacement
Sigma's weekend were announced J. Im Johnson until
by Arnold Rothstein, Viee-Presideni e.ecllons in the fall
T h e bn'k ol the meeting was takand General C h a i r m a n . T h e weekend formal, held al S h a k e r Ridge, en up w lib a report on Hie SA linbegins tonight al il p.tn. with the an.'ial s e t - u p b\ J i m Dougherty
first downbeat ol the Crusader.-,, Taking Ihe initiative in selling up
Iroin Holy Cross, a n d will continue a workable system, Dougherty preuntil 1 a.m. tomorrow F u t u r e of- sented a pro. r a m lor regulating
ficers \«. ill lie announced during the and controlling the expenditures ui
evening. T h e formal will be follow- organizations under the SA budget
ed by a Beachcomber Parly al the Although there is no stipulation
H a m p t o n Hotel in Albany, between any where Ihat gives the Vlce-Presithe hours ol i) p.m. ami 1 a.m., music dent this power, he i.s assuming il
by t h e St. J a m e s Society ol Holy with what M'em.s in be the Senate's
Cross. A "Dawn to Dusk" picnic al blessings, as t h e n were no oujecT h a t c h e r Park, with music In T h e II.ins Irom thi' Hour
'1 ne re.i-uii.s given for the shakeJoy Boys, will complete t h e weekend.
up are expediency and efficiency.
Kappa Br la
I h e Vice-President will have more
William Hershfleld,
Vice-Presi- authority in supervising SA findent of Kappa Beta, announces that ances although some a r r a n g e m e n t s
t h e KB formal will be held tonight will have to be m a d e lo see that
at the Auraniu Club from 7;ii0 p.m. the Finance Minister does not get
to 1 m i l Supper, dancing and in- leli holding a bag lull ol nothing.
The new system appeal's quite
stallation of officers will round out
logical, reasonable and workable,
the affair
Tomorrow night a l t e r the M U D . however during t h e discussion there
skits, the brothers a n d their dates were many blank expressions. Much
of Ihe discussion seellleu lo go light
plan to gel. together at Emmy's.
over m a n . heads.
An outing is planned al T h a t c h e r "New"
Park on Sunday.
T h e adjective "new" can no longGeneral c h a i r m a n lor the weekend er be applied to the Senate and
is William Hershlieid 'oil. Co-Chair- Administration now running our
m a u for I lie formal is Dick Esner student government. Most of the
iiU Bob Bolender '00 is m charge Senators are apparently becoming
of t h e band, and Gary Myers '60 more a n d more discouraged and
will be in charge of the picnic.
Music Council will present t h e
annual Slate Colle.ie Spring Concert. May H at H p.m. in Page Hall,
announces Frank Faval '59, President Admission is free to all w h o
attend.
Concert
Tin- concert will be conducted by
Kali A 11. Peterson, Associate Professor ol Mu.iic, and Charles F.
Stokes, Professor ol Music, and will
lealure Ihe Orchestra, the S t a t e s men, Choraletles, and Collegiate
Singers
Also there will be an
obligate lor two violins by Herbert
S. Howard 'lid and Stokes. T h e
program will be concluded with t h e
combined Festival Chorus and O r chestra
Iali-iii.-, Combine
I h e S t a t e s m e n and Chorulettes
have combined for t h e lirst t u n e m
programs al Bethlehem
Central
High School a n d are planning programs at Milne, and (he Institute
lor t h e Blind.
Statesmen
Separately the Statesmen appeared al ihe ninth a n n u a l Inter-collegiafe Choral Festival and t h e
Chorulettes at i h e Men's Club of
the First Lutheran Church.
Chorus
Women's Chorus h a s also given
an ouiside perfoirmn.ee a t t h e First
Presbyterian Church.
Miss Alexander will lead the singing of "Where Oh Where."
Announcements
New officers
of organizations.
Frosh
Weekend
personnel, a n d
Chairmen of Special Days, will also
be announced.
Miss Pietruch will lead the reces".i. rial, after which t h e program will
end with the forming of class n u m erals on Page Field, the Ivy Address, and the planting of ivy by a
member of t h e Senior class. Miss
Alexander will lead t h e National
Anthem.
"Dorothy," t h e freshman rivalry
skit, will be presented in Page Hall
a t 8 p.m. Immediately after t h e
skit, Miss Alexander will lead t h e
traditional class sing on t h e steps
of Draper Hall.
Those
assisting
Gifford
with
plans for M U D a r e : Arrangements,
Anne King;
Programs,
Richard
Willis, Seniors; Faculty Arrangements, Beverly Burke 'B0; Publicity,
Barry Deixler '61; a n d Rhoda Levin
'60, Minister of Special Days.
Noted Orator
Science Majors p| a n s Lecture
Attend Meeting
T h e Forum of Politics will present
a lecture entitled
"How Many
Worlds," Monday in Page Hall from
J--1 j).m.
Tne lecturer will be Fredrick L.
S c h u m a n , noted interpreter of current, world affairs.
Schuman
iv.r. S c h u m a n was b o m in Chicago
in 1^04, and has traveled a n d studied
in Lnglnnd. France, G e r m a n y , Italy,
At stria, the Balkans. Greece. T u r key, and Russia. He has taught at
tne University ol Chicago, Harvard,
Cornell, Columbia, and California
and currently holds ihe Woodrow
Wilson Prolessorship of Government al Williams College.
During World War II. he was
principal Political Analyst of t h e
i-oreign Broadcast Service of ihe
Federal Communications C t m m i s sum. He I'.as been awarded Fellow.slap.-, by the Social Research Coiinell, ' I h e Aniern-an Academy of Political and Social Science ami t h e
Foundation for World G o v e r n m e n t .
Lecturer
Or Seluunaii's reputation over
the years as a brilliant a n d provueative lecturer h a s been well eslablislied thrnugh numerous a p p e a r unce.s before institutes, discussion
ciiibs, chinch anil temple forums,
women's clubs, business groups a n d
learned societies.
l a his lectures, articles ami books,
live years beloie Hie event, h e p r e di ted World W a r II a n d forecast
that the "Cold W a r " would not
eventuate in World War III but in
a in-gotlaled peace.
Dr. S c h u m a n ' s books a r e known to
s holars a n d s t u d e n t s throughout
ihe world. Pravda, official organ of
the Communist
Party, h a s d e nounced Dr. S c h u m a n ' s book, T h e
Commonwealth „( m a „ ( a s - U u , rt ,_
m a r k s of a n active ideologist of
Twenty-five S t a t e College students
are a t t e n d i n g t h e T h i r t e e n t h Annual Eastern Colleges Science Conference a t Suffolk University which
started yesterday and will conclude
tomorrow.
Five papers will be presented by
the students. Edward Koupek 'Si)
will report on " T h e Reaction ol
Ferric Chloride in Carbon T e t r a chloride Solutions." J u a n C a r r a n o
(il will present "Faking of the Kuder
Preference Record."
"Blonds, Brunettes and Redheads"
will be discussed by Susan Ferris
and S h a r o n Sanders. Evelyn Barrett
will speak on "Reproduction in an
Orchard Population of Field Mice."
"Irish and Jewish Stereotypes''
will be presented by J u d i t h Bacon
and Aleut' Rube. All participants are
Sophomores
Official delegates represent nu the
college an- Janice Sheldon '(it) and
Mary J a n e ITingle 'Iff.
Faculty
Faculty members attending are
Professor Paul C. Lemon and Asstslaiit Professor Margaret M. Slewail ol the Biology Department
Lawrence Daly, Assistant Professor
i i Chemistry; K D. Lawson, Assistant Professor ol Psychology, and
Paul F Wheele.-. Associate Protessor
of Sociology.
Seniors attending a r e Shirley Varnielte, Gloria Deutseb, J a m e s McGratll ami Edward Koupek. Juniors
attending are Nancy Tooliey. Miss
Sheldon, Marja Kroms, Carol Shelley. J u d i t h l.amboy a n d Janice
Graham.
Miss Pringle, Miss C a r r a n o , Miss
Bacon, Miss Rube, Miss Sanders,
Shirley Gressler, Christina Noring
and William Herrnlund are the a t tending Sophomores. J a n e t Voune- American imperialism."
vik, Alice Meyer, B u r n e t t a UromHeUl.
His lecture, T h e Age of Danger
G a r y Larson a n d T h o m a s Watthews has been printed in Major Speeches
a r e the attending g r a d u a t e s t u d e n u . on American Problems.
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