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STATE COLLEGE
NEWS,FRIDAY,
OCTOBER
Senate:
'Senate-Go-Round' Includes Discussion
Of SUB Activities, Camp Board Committee
By BOB IIL'NEKE
Report, Talk, T a b l e
At this weeks meeting, Senate
discussed m a n y , many, m a n y topics,
reversed its a t t i t u d e on one of them,
and came to some conclusions on a
few.
Accomplishments
T h e first t h i n g done by Senate
was to swear in the newly elected
senators. As usual, not all of the
senators were present at this session.
A request from S t u d e n t Union
Board was t h e n announced, asking
for $100 to be used to hire a band
for a dance on October 24. Senate
discussed the advantages of holding
dances on weekends when nothing
else is scheduled.
Members of SUB pointed out t h a t
a total of almost 600 people attended
the last two such dances, and t h a t
since they were so successful, they
should be continued.
It was pointed out t h a t SUB asked
for a floating fund to provide for
such dances a couple of weeks ago
and that, at t h a t time, Senate refused to allocate funds. If Senate
decided to give SUB this money it
would be reversing its former decision.
After more discussion t h e motion
was put to a vote and passed. This,
of course, m e a n t t h a t S e n a t e had
contradicted a former decision.
C a m p Board
A committee was set up to meet
with C a m p Board to discuss future
legislation concerning State's camp
a t Dippikill.
T h e first topic reported on was the
request by the Business D e p a r t m e n t
t h a t S t u d e n t Association buy its own
duplicating m a c h i n e . A decision was
postponed until the m a t t e r could be
further investigated.
Sayles Dorm
Names Slate
T h e following have been a n n o u n ced as officers of Sayles Hall for the
1959-00 term. T h e President is Lou
Wolner, and t h e Vice-President is
Brian Gifford; both are Juniors.
T h e S e c r e t a r y - T r e a s u r e r is Paul
F l a t h m a n , and Athletic Director is
Gary Penfield; both are freshmen.
Sayles Events
Sunday, October 25, t h e men of
Sayles Hall will hold an open house
from 3 to 5 p.m. Everyone is cordially invited.
T h e Sayles D a t e Party will be
held Friday, November l.'i. Mori' information about the party will a p pear in later issues ol the News.
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CHOSEN PROFESSION
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TEACHERS
at the
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during
"HOMECOMING
WEEKEND"
A report was t h e n given concerning the proposed p a y m e n t by S t u d e n t Association of all or p a r t of
the costs of sending representatives
to the Eastern States Science Conference. After quite a bit of discussion it was pointed out t h a t S e n a t e
should not commit itself until more
information is available.
Another report was given concerning the proposal t h a t S t a t e join the
National S t u d e n t Association. T h e
merits of this organization were
pointed out and S e n a t e decided to
contact other colleges which belong
to this organization and to postpone
further action to a later date.
News Request
It was then announced t h a t Monica Traskus, Editor-in-Chief of the
State College News, requests t h a t
S e n a t e Meetings be held Tuesday
evenings instead of Wednesday in
16,
1959
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Nominations for Campus Queen
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and Wednesday in Lower Draper.
T h e price brackets at half price
Only senior girls may be nominated.
Any member of the class of '60, '61 _ are, in the evening, $3.45, $2.90, $2.30,
or '62. may n o m i n a t e and vote. Since $2.05, $1.75 and $1.45; and a t t h e
F r e s h m a n have only been h e r e for matinee, $2.30, $2.05, $1.75, $1.45,
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to vote in this election a l t h o u g h they Archibald MacLeish
may n o m i n a t e .
Archibald Mac Leish is t h e a u t h o r
SEANYS
Commences
T h e n e x t SEANYS meeting will
convene a t the Boulevard Cafeteria
in the Faculty Room. T h e d a t e lias
been set for Wednesday a t 3:30 p.m.
Specific topics huvo been s c h e d uled for discussion. These discourses include membership, agenda,
reports of convention and FTA a s sociations
It is requested
that
those Who are unable to a t t e n d
this meeting a t the designated time
contact Richard A l t e m u s ' 6 1 , via student mail. If necessary a new time
will be a r r a n g e d which will be more
convenient for all concerned. All
members a n d c a n d i d a t e s for m e m bership a r e cordially invited.
Albany To Host Installment
Page Hall Cite of Ceremony
a reception will be held in B r u bacher Hall for t h e guests a t t h e
installation.
Academic
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ALBANY, NEW YORK, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23 1959
On Stage
Speakers and dignitaries on stage
include C a t h e r i n e Labasso, r e p r e s ent i ng t h e s t u d e n t s of the University, of F a r m i n g d a l e I n s t i t u t e ; Foster S. Brown, P r e s i d e n t of Oswego
College of E d u c a t i o n ; Carl Vander
Clute of Buffalo, r e p r e s e n t i n g the
College Council; President Hamilton; Governor Nelson Rockefeller.
VOL. XLIV, NO. 2 0
Frosh Lead in Rivalry Contest;
Six Points at Stake Tomorrow
Also. Harold Rice, Professor of
History: Charl es Stokes, Professor
of Music and V i c e - C h a i r m a n of t h e
S t a l e University Faculty S e n a t e is
C h a i r m a n of A r r a n g e m e n t s .
P R E S I D E N T HAMILTON
faculty members of the various s t a t e
colleges, will perform.
The end of Rivalry is in close range. The tug-of-war, women's volleyball and men's
football Rivalry events will be held on Saturday for the decision of six Rivalry points.
The tug-of-war will be held on Veteran's' Field at 9 a.m. under the direction of
Frank Wnuk '61, Rivalry Committee member.
Six tugs will take place, three for the women's teams and three for the men's
teams. The team winning two out of three tugs will win one rivalry point. The number
of participants in this event will be limited.
The Sophomore class leaders are Bob Polero and Gary Jones. Leaders for the
frosh are Pam Carter and Tad Dusanenko.
One Rivalry point will be awarded to the class with the best cheering in the
morning events.
It is suggested that everyone participating in the tug-of-war wear old clothes, especially in case of rainy weather.
Because of the n u m b e r of people
to be in the program, there will be
no parking facilities available in
t h e B r u b a c h e r p a r k i n g area. If t h e r e
is a n overflow, t h e delegates will be
Volleyball, Football
parking on t h e LaSalle
School
Speakers
D A . J
D ^ « . . ^ / - + - ^
A J
T t o e' i r l s ' 'volleyball and boys'
grounds. S h u t t l e buses will be used ^ * - i • « « » * ,
Also speaking are F r a n k Moore, for t r a n s p o r t a t i o n for guests from
C h a i r m a n of t h e Board of Trustees, t h e ceremony in Page to the recep•
~
t h e s a m e time at Veterans Field a t
and flic m a s t e r of ceremonies; tion in Brubacher.
3 p.m. I n c h a r g e of these events tire
Chancellor J o h n F. B r o s n a n of t h e
Donald Dona to and Noreen Noonan,
Regents B o a r d ; George W. Gleason,
President Collins a n d Dr. Stokes
Juniors, Rivalry Committee memrepresenting t h e Local Council of have stressed t h e importance of this
Cam]) Board and a Special Sen- immediate development p r o g r a m kers.
Boards a n d t h e C o m m u n i t y Col- and urge t h a t the s t u d e n t s comply. ate Committee met Tuesday night could be completed by next fall.
Leaders
leges; Dr. Stokes, and possibly forto determine what S e n a t e could do
rp. , . „ , , „ „ „ „ i,«,rim-c (,„• HIOSA
mer s t a t e governor, Averill H a r r i • , i,
i
,
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1 IV! 001)11011101 C It'lUtCl S 101 MlcSC
nian.
lo aid the c a m p and w h a t steps it
C o n s u m i n g t h a t t h e loan is ac. ' „ t B „,.„ *,,,,.: =iioh, v„i
L a m p b o a r d K e q u e s t s A i d f,°tba11 \vents ^,take.pir,c^
For Dippikill Improvements
Cler K y
Clergy lo offer t h e introduction,
invocation and benediction will be
Rabbi David G u t m a n ol Troy. Bishop Scully of the local R o m a n
Catholic Diocese, and Carlyle Adams. President ol tin- Area Council
nt Churches.
Admission
SUB Presents
Autumn Fete
s ion (1 take 1 he nice inn WHS sue- n u u t d , ill 1 ' r s i u n a i i oucigei 101 c a m p , . ,,
, „ , _ .
„
' _
si i
. ,: , ,i " l i n i n g was sue
•
, , . , „ . . . „ , , . ,,,...,. eyba
and Bob Polero, football. For
J
(•[•<< ii in tlvit the hi n<\vmi»' niph IJO.IIC IOI wit' iicxi ii\i' \(_\il.s would
, ..
,
(issiiii n 1.11.11 in. Knowing m g i u
j„,.i,,rl w - *=v> nun the frosh vollevball t e a m the c a p ill S e n a t e a bill WHS introduced pro- "' * i / . ' w .
m i s includes. $n-,Uuu
w h m . , , m K „ „ a <•„,. .-,»
Once again t h e a u t u m n season
casts her mystical spell, and in the
aura of this colorful and enchanting
mood, the Student Union Board will
present its fall dance, "Autumiilllde." Tile (lance will lake place
to-morrow from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. in
the Brubacher Dininji Room.
valine, tor Student, Associations
,
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borrowing ol $20,1,00 lor immediate
basic develoi enent of the cimi)
oa.ai (itwioptinni, 01 mi camp.
Basic Basic Need
Basic lo the plans which a r e pro-
Mthougli admission is by ticket
only a r r a n g e m e n t s have been made Music
l"i i closi (1 circuit television to be
T h e music for tomorrow evening
sin.win in h'iehardson classrooms. II
necessary, the : 'Mind Will be piped will be provided by Henry Tor ion
.mil en,no. Tnrjon, as some ol you
into Richardson :i90.
in . recall, pr.a Hied the i nl ei'laiumini
11 if I he "Flush Wecki nil"
I'shers, Hosts
( l . i l ii e .
,
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riniverl
,
.
.
'
,
p. sed bv C a m p Board is a need lor
,
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a C a m p Director and a C a m p Superinlendent. A C a m p Director would
o r g a n i / e and execute the pnlicie.. as
oulhncd by the Board. In c i t e d ,i
C aTmhpe Coiup
Director
S u pwill
e r i nbe
t e n dHie
e n t adiuinis' s duties
H'alor tor
p and devel
would
be Ihe
thosec a m
generally
n o l , Is1i
''
as
pr the.mi(inland
li's organ
of I,her/.eo nthe
el iker
Use of ' "the
I '-liei's lor I he evi inn: 1 arc I he
members
ol
Myskania.
Signum Dress
.,
I iiiini ial Needs
1 audi- mi mbers w ill ucl as ho.- Is to
'Iln all ire in be considered w ill be ' ' •
receive I lie visitors and ai i\ili"e I lie
Cainp Board eslnnales Unit il
pro e .sional. An A l l - t h i n ersity < )r- lies and jackets tor the men and
ehesl i.i ol I.'A enl \ -eight. n u d e up ol .kir;,s anil blouses lor the women. would require $4(1,(Hit) to oiiiiplefc
the I aslc development. T h e Board
Refreshments
issit e o a m e only a $2(l.«MiO loan because il already has acquired d u r Kel reshliients will be served lo Hie in;; Hie pasl three years a $20,00(1
il I e n d i n g ( o l i p l c s . C i d e r a n d (lolillt • balance in their Capital Construewnl keep Hie pace ol Us a u t u m n a l Hon Fund. Should S e n a t e pass the
theme
'llir donilts are donaled proposed legislation and the loan be
i l n a i i ' l i the courtesy ol "Dontlt negotiated before Thangsgiving, the
Commerce Club will hold a h a l - '• '"cl."
lowi-Vn party tonight from (i:lll) to < hiiiiiticit
12 p in in the Brubacher Dining
n ,
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Supervising Ihe dance are Co(niiin H r ,d S a l e Mia C o s
I h e ,,,
,, , , ., .
,
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,
( ban men. Robert Bolender no and
program to rlhe evening will include r i | u i , H,,,!,,,. ',;;( T | , , . ,,(,)„.,. c, ) n i inlti cl reshliients, games, and round and lee heads include: Divornl ions. Dale
J.i e i n i a u n '02 and NNeil Raymond;
M | i i ; i n . dancing
I'liblu ll\ . Miss Hodge; Helre hAdmi M"ii will be $2f) which will inents, Mat'jol'ic I,a/,aroil and VVluley
he e l l , etc.I .,1 the dour S t u d e n t s r'lsh. I'resllllien; Band, Uoberl llncoll, , III, • admission u ill be I Hani 11, |.| ii:t.
lelid, I 'liU; Kc- (oral Ion, (lar.\ I'eio
Bill I, r ,0,1 l'.'\ eh II Mini, freshmo
Jow'e s u s k i '01, Margaret l.a/adru < bapermu's
DanceTonight
Held In Bru
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Ceremonies will open with an academic procession of t h e college and
university representatives. T h e faculty m a r s h a l s include Ralph Beaver,
Professor of M a t h e m a t i c s ; J. Wesley
Childers, Prolessor of Modern L a n guages; L u t h e r Andrews, Professor
of Physics; and P a u l Lemon, P r o les,,, ir of Biology.
iiiiimt l e e m e m b e r s a r e re-
loan Ferrari '01 and
il.B e l M M i i r p l n '0;i; d o o r a l I,,I o. Dor,,i b y S h a l l , i 'III, M a r y l a i n ii anker
(i.'i, ind BcM i h J o n e s '03; set -up,
R o b i 11 Cost el I,,. ( i u r j J a O w l ll, .Innlor.-,; a n d Ala II B r i g h t '03.
Ire,I,
Cornel O N ' I A I U O and HKNHON
ollege
ews
Procession
'till. .0,0 Dawn Alexander 03 will
prepare n a m e lags for those a t t e n d in t .
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State
Visiting delegates and representatives from over two
hundred colleges and universities will be arriving Thursday
in Albany for the installation of the new State University of
New York President, Dr. Thomas Hale Hamilton. The ceremony will take place in the evening at Page Hall. During
the day there will be meetings of the SUNY administrators
and the Faculty Senate at Brubacher. After the ceremonies
F a . a l l y nici lib, I.-, w h o llilVl assiste d in p l a n e l i . ; l,,r this party include
Clifti in Thori i. Associate P rolessor
ol B usniess; Rosweil K. Fi irbank.
I'roft ssor ol Business; and Curoll
11 Bl inchard, Assistant Pro! essor of
B a s i l less
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of
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puyini lit ol pntuip.il and llltciest .
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Mn linn t i r v n rnr -i i..ii-i,t.iin.r -11111 lootoall team tne captain is j a i n e s
" " loan, :>(.,>.),i 101 a caietalcei, anil
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$3,(100 fur required m a i n t e n a n c e .
natulan.
Rivalry
E l t n t,V(,n, l s w o r t h o n e
Development P r o g r a m
point and one point will be awarded
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elude the billowing: a road to the Consequences
p.;.,, ,.i,,,.i •••,..,I r-i--Hit i<r»«i i h m m i i m
1.u.. ( l u n i . i i labilities clamming
n the freshmen defeat t h e S o p h „ the lake cleaning ol the lake , ) n i Q r e s i n all of tomorrow's events,
^ " r c line, lencing and posting ol U u , , . ( , , m w i n | h e R U a l r v w i , h o u t
I«-«Py,'l-v- " " [ ' i , n " N e r v a t i o n tower having to win the five points award' I" 111 "•
ed lo the winning .skit.
'ion areas
lulling
trails sfrosh
centerand
is also
included
i n g to gam two more point.A . imi.-nl
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the Was
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uiiv of capital Friday
:" ';' " ' night
h'">tsin was
217-21;.
laver
sl
•unlhing
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the Bru
G a mine Room
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e o i i1' 1l r n c i e n ... planned' until the " ' »" ^"Dhomore class.
and,,11boal
S iphomores
the
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I , , a' n' d wiilc-i-innit
loan ls paid
i,i \ house.
e a r s i . W itn
The'the
MIIII.1I
aders for defeating
tile Soph.iin res were Bonnie S o i l and Anne
r n t u i e Outlook
Smith. Songleader for the frosh was
plalls
p„. | i u u n ,
(levelopmeiil Klaine Miglio.
Thl
u-nlative, thus
' ^ t. ndance „1 both classes
was very high and Ihe sing proved
keeping Ihe doors open lor change. ,,, |)(1 n | | | , u , , , „ . l | ) l l S l HUC.cessful
' I h e future outlook will depend Rivalry events so far.
in.,inly upon what interest develops
At pre.enl, t h e Rivalry score re a l t e r tile proposed basic develop- mains at 7-5 with the freshman
m e n t has been completed.
class still in the lead.
.'|,,,, , , , „ „ „ I,,,' Hie evening will
be David T r e b a r u e , Director ol
Men'., Hall, and Mrs. T r e h a r n e
I
Notice
Oscar IC, l.andonl. Dean of the
(oli'gp .uiu.unices. Unit today is
the last day t h a t students may
drop .(uuses without a penally.
Aflcr today s t u d e n t s dropping
courses will be K'VCII a n a u t o matic 10 lor Hie course unless extenuating circumstances e x i s t .
For these circumstances see p.ige
111 in the ( Ol.LlCGIC < ATAI.OC
Itivalry Captains for this week's events are left to r i g h t : Ted Dusanenko, J i m Ilaenlin, P a m Whitcoml), P a m Carter, Terry Di Siinone, J a n e Phillips, Nikki tjfrill, Bob Polero, tiary Jones.
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2 3 1 9 5 9
PAGE 2
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
From Out of the Bullrushes
FRIDAY,
OCTOBER
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eo^^cdioni
Designer's Display
Available in Library
We have many things to be thankful for here at State
College. Not the least of these is the Inter-Fraternity
or
Council and the rules which this organization has produced ° c
'
for the fraternity rushing period.
Risking a purge by the so-called
These rules have done a lot to make rushing on this "ruling faction" of our undergradcampus a sensible and an honest part of the school life. u a t e student body, the apathetics, i
Moreover these regulations are, by'their very nature, ad- feel j t is a b o u t t i m e f o r a n o t h e r
vantageous not only for the freshmen, but for the fraterni- viev/ cf oUr c a m P u s life '
t i e s a s Well.
T h e reasons for this
a r e Obvious.
all rushing
above
board
a t
all times,
I n t h e p a s t five y e a r s it h a s b e e n
a n d that
will
Beta Zcta on their
float.
designated
date.
11
a r e r a t e d a n d r a n k e d by t h e i r s t u -
cl
° t h i s n o w e v e r , o n e must, c o n s i d e r
y^
m a n y f a c e t s of t h e t o t a l view o f f e r ed F o r e x a m p l e , if a s t u d e n t s p e n d s
One Man's Opinion
with
(SHARPEN YOUR WITS ON THIS!*)
Bv I.EVIN a n d T H O M P S O N
oj,nized o n a p a r w i t h a n y oilier. T o
rj Y
w a y to victory
In a r r a n g i n g t h e exhibition, Miss
S t r e w n states that h e r main objective h a s b e e n t o p r e s e n t a v a r i e t y
of g r a p h i c m e d i a s u m m a r i z i n g s o m e
of t h e p o s s i b i l i t i e s of c o n t e m p o r a r y
typographic designing.
S h o w i n g
w h a t c a n be d o n e by a f r e e h a n d
Photo by Paul G. Weaver
w o r k i n g w i t h t h e i n s p i r a t i o n of t r a t h e w i n n i n g ; H o m e c o m i n g ' d i t i o n a l m o d e l s , is a n o t h e r p r i n c i p l e
a i m of t h i s d i s p l a y .
Do \bu Think for )fhurself?
Gammon-Stated
sec to it that no rushing, of any form be carried out until dent bodies, our college can be recthe
G r e a t .Man is c o m p l e t e l y a t e a s e ; I'ett.v M a n is a l w a y s o n ed•;<•
—Conl'iK in\jryys
1
" l i s t h e h o u r of t h e q u i e t a f t e r t h e s t o r m ; t h e s l i e n c e is <li a
N o w t h a t we c a n all c a t c h u p o n l o s t s t u d y h o u r s , we .spend m o n
l e i s u r e t i m e b e - ' ! " ™ l l n f f t h c [ ; 0 s s i p l n s " ' i K l "'' * e =' , S > K ' 1 ' T h e m e s s a , e l o r t h e v..
, , . , , .
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bill to appropriate $20,000 for the development of our
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I t IS m y C o n t e n t i o n t h a t t h e W r o n g p e o p l e a r e v o t i n g
On t h i s issue.
Student Senate h a s not represented t h e
Student body in the past few years. They are representing
themselves and a few of their chosen friends and that is
all
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When a Senator is elected it is his or her responsibility
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or students.
public opinion
polls ssoocciieettyy tt'lh m
™' ^ " * ^rsoninties predominate'
organized, but we have seen neither of these.
undergraduate student, body, m to- R E L A T I V E R E L A T I 0 N S
A b i l l Of t h i s i m p o r t a n c e S h o u l d n o t b e c o n f i n e d t o
Senate. I t Should be presented to t h e Students as a refer-
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completion
of
this
EXCESSIVE
not
it Should b e nassed
11 s n o u i a D e p a s s e d .
i^fu*u • „ ,
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I n t h i s w a y t h c ISSUe Will b e d i v i d e d b y t h e e n t i r e s c h o o l
by
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Editor's Note: All editorials and by-lined stories appearing in this paper are the opinion of the writers and
are not necessarily the feeling of thc entire News Board,
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.Senior S e n a t o r F o w l e r .
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At a recent S t u d e n t
Christian
Association election, Robert, N e i d e r berger, Robert Prong, Juniors, and
K a l l i e i n i e Cilass, '1)3 w e r e clluKCii a s
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r e p r e s e n t i n g S C A m e m b e r s ol u i i o r g-ani/.ed d e n o m i n a t i o n a l g r o u p s .
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it is a s t u d y ol t h e World m i s s i o n
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A l e t t e r w a s t h e n read from P l y m o u t h T e a c h e r ' s College, P l y m o u t h ,
New H a m p s h i r e .
This letter was
concerned with an exchange program
between t h e above m e n t i o n e d college
and State. I have no more "quotes"
s o I will s a y n o m o r e a b o u t i t .
T o S e n a t e e l al
SNACK BAR
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b u r e a u c r a t i c b u r d e n . W h v t r v ' to s o n . , , i, k , , ,
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y o u will s p e n d t h e r e s t of y o u r lives
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s o c i a t i o n . ' No, it d o e s n ' t re:|iiin- a o u r s c h o o l ? ''
'* ' ' " ' u ' v l 1 1 " . to e d u c a t e . h e m m t h e m o n
c e r t a i n a v e r a g e , j u s t a n i n t e r e s t in X E I I E.N'T V w i p i r
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S e n a t e t h e n discussed a request
b y M u s i c C o u n c i l t o a . . . well, I ' d
better n o t m e n t i o n this too m u c h
since I c a n only q u o t e o n e c o m m e n t .
After
much
discussion,
President
H e l w i g is q u o t e d a s s a y i n g " T h i s is
h o w w e g e t a l l fouled u p . " T h e m o linn w a s finally passed. Check t h e
bulletin board lor t h a t , too.
A letter from S k i d m o r e College
was then read. This letter concerned
a ( , i n f e r e n c e w h i c h will t a k e p l a c e
t h e w e e k e n d of D e c e m b e r 4, A f t e r
t h e t h e m e of t h e c o n f e r e n c e , "Africa's Challenge to t h e World," w a s
announced, there were m a n y "comm e n t s " m a d e by m a n y people. I c a n
q u o t e h e r e : " D o n ' t s u p p r e s s it, h a v e
a good l a u g h " ; " S e n d a s a f a r i t o
A f r i c a " : a n d finally, "Let's be serious n o w . '
One Coke
P h o n e C-3IU0
win ueiedt IL uetduse it costs too much money and t h e y s o c i a l i z a t i o n . T h i s s o m e t h i n g is a n
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d o n t know enough about the bill." Is this the students extracurricular activity.
tew students il, this sch'ni two ovla-'i,1,' "*VAn\ ''"/:'' '1,h;,",:
fault? I say no, this is Senate's fauft for not reaching the why have each one of v.m chose,, S T ^ " T \ l h v r,r " w',,'"'» "">•'"' ')»»"»<" <i.m and ilPl
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Let a referendum vote be taken ancl if Senate wants particular one? Not only because the ,,,,.,' .,.,.,.,, ,, w „„,
the bill passed they will have to inform the Student Bodyy !l^ , " " 1 , m | U i n ' s " m a j o r , b l " u,"':lUM'
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T h e "bill for e l e c t i o n of C a m p u s
Q u e e n " w a s p a s s e d . T h i s bill is
c o n : ci'ii.'d
with:
Nominations:
E l e c t i o n of C o u r t : A n n o u n c e m e n t s :
E l e c t i o n of Q u e e n ; a n d A n n o u n c e m e n t of Q u e e n . F o r d e t a i l e d i n f o r -
:i\~ W e s t e r n Ave.
"Hangibie example?
T h e next item on t h e agenda was
t h e s e c o n d r e a d i n g of a " M o t i o n
Passed I n Committee R e : T h e College C a m p . "
P r e s i d e n t . H e l w i g j u s t c a l l e d thus
r e p o r t e r to t h e S e n a t e
meeting!
N o . . . Not, b e c a u s e t h e y m i s s e d
m e . An " e r r o n e o u s " s t a t e m e n t w a s
m a d e in t h i s c o l u m n l a s t w e e k . S i n c e
1 a m u n a ! le to quote, e v e r y t h i n g
e x a c t l y a s it w a s s a i d . I will d o m y
best t o r e p o r t n o t h i n g " e r r o n e o u s "
t h i s week.
Gerald Drug Co,
' smell a r a t ; n o t d e a d . y e t . T h e P a n - H e l l e n i c " r o i u r ,,.. i ,i>
i n - ° | ' 8 a m i 5 e d to p r o v i d e for t h e c o m m o n d e f e n s e a m o i i ' st ' t h e <•'
snack u ,j°™j^™^Jj. uv „ e n 5 li ""ff,' nethods - I w c believes in ca.siin:- i,.
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mixtion t h i s w r i t e r suggests
that
those interested students cheek t h e
S e n a t e Bulletin Board, i You m a y
find it t h e r e ) .
Flash! . . . Flash!
Wl
endum vote so that the entire Student Body may decide eludes classes, the library, the
whether or not they wish to maintain a College Camp.
bar. the cafeteria, even the taverns. Even though rushing'is ,,pen to, Ihe nriV'sor"^ '"M " T ' " ''
According
Helwig Reprimands Reporter
As Senate Watches Aghast
w
be sure, this socialization
this referendum should take place
because "the student's !,fr,('r's b "! h t a m ' i b l e
lal
Senate:
According to Reference Librarian,
E l e a n o r S t r e u n , a n e x h i b i t i o n of t h e
w o r k of A l v e n E i s e n m a n , b o o k d e s i g n e r for t h e Yale U n i v e r s i t y P r e s s ,
will g o o n d i s p l a y b e g i n n i n g M o n S e n a t e m e e t i n g is s t i l l g o i n g o n
d a y in t h e S t a t e C o l l e g e L i b r a r y .
but, since I don't p l a n to stay u p
M r . E i s e n m a n is t h e g u e s t l e c t u r e r all n i g h t w r i t i n g t h i s c o l u m n , I l e f t
for t h e F a l l E n g l i s h E v e n i n g ' t h i s e a r l y . F o r t h e l a s t h a l f - h o u r , S e n a t e h a s been discussing' R o b e r t ' s
W e d n e s d a y a t 8 p . m . i n D r a p e r 349.
R u l e s of O r d e r .
Exhibition
Any set of regulations is useless, however, if it is not my opportunity to have visited sevwell enforced. We are refering to a particular rule here; erai colleges and universities
no fraternity member is to discuss with a freshman any throughout the united states and
matter involving fraternities. We believe that the spirit, Europe. Frankly, at that time i
if not the letter of this rule has been broken.
wasn't viewing these schools with
No one can doubt that most of the freshman men a".v thought or comparison later
already know pretty much about the fraternities on this b u t U|)W j| • |,|V('-S '" l " r u s lu''kll-v in
campus. Nor, can we doubt that these men are already m-v ,|lin<l ""' i)niS a l u i c'"ns "' thl '
wondering which, if any, fraternity to join. This is the c , , l k " u ' of E c l u t : i t i o n •»• AllJiinv ancl
its u,mi,Us
problem which IFC is specificially designed to avoid.
activities of the extrac
The question, is not how the freshmen have found out 'urricuiar variety.
their information, but how to avoid this situation.
perhaps i am the only true casIt seems to us that IFC has done nothing to avoid the per Miiquioast type introvert of the
problem, although there can be no doubt that this body aoco plus students here but nonetheis aware of it. What we ask for is some measure that will less it is my opinion that as colleges
keep
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STATE C O L L E G E
FRIDAY,
OCTOBER
ISC Vice-President
Issues Rush Rules
Allstate Initiates Safety Plan;
Student Awards Available
A $250 g r a n t f r o m t h e A l l s t a t e
I n s u r a n c e C o m p a n y has m a d e poss i b l e t h e i n i t i a t i o n of a p i l o t s t u d e n t safety award p r o g r a m at the
C o l l e g e of E d u c a t i o n a t A l b a n y . T h e
Allstate Insurance Company plans
to m a k e similar g r a n t s to o t h e r S t a t e
University colleges n e x t year.
Grant
T h e g r a n t will b e u s e d t o p r o v i d e
c a s h a w a r d s to t h e five A l b a n y s t u dents who initiate and execute the
best accident - prevention
projects
during the current academic year.
Why?
J a m e s F. Nihan, S t a t e University
D i r e c t o r of S a f e t y E d u c a t i o n , s a i d ,
" I u r g e all s t u d e n t s to p a r t i c i p a t e
in the Safety Award P r o g r a m . They
can make a valuable contribution
toward reducing the annual average
of 1,200 i n j u r i e s w h i c h o c c u r o n
NEWS
J o y c e P e n u c c i 'GO, V i c e - P r e s i d e n t of I n t e r - S o r o r i t y C o u n c i l ,
h a s i s s u e d a r e m i n d e r t o all
sorority girls.
1. N o song- b o o k s a r e a l l o w e d
a t a n y r u s h p a r t i e s except formal dinners.
State
University
campuses.
Emp l o y e e s lose a p p r o x i m a t e l y 100 d a y s
from work each m o n t h as a result
of i n j u r i e s s u s t a i n e d o n t h e j o b . T h e
a m o u n t of t i m e l o s t by s t u d e n t s a s
a r e s u l t of i n j u r i e s is i n c a l c u l a b l e . "
Committee
2. C o u n s e l o r s
cannot rush.
T h e A l b a n y p r o g r a m will b e a d m i n i s t e r e d by t h e College Safety
C o m m i t t e e , w h i c h is c o m p o s e d of
administrators,
faculty,
and
stud e n t s u n d e r t h e c h a i r m a n s h i p of
T h c t n a s R . G i b s o n , h e a d of t h e D e p a r t m e n t of S a f e t y a n d H e a l t h Eclu. atlon.
in
dormitories
3. R u s h r u l e s a p p l y t o i n a c t i v e a n d g r a d u a t e m e m b e r s of a
sorority.
4. N o s o r o r i t y m e m b e r
may
lend a n y t h i n g to any freshman
Ifirl.
5. Q u e s t i o n s
regarding
rush
r u l e s s h o u l d be r e f e r r e d lo t h e
sorority president.
6. No a p p o i n t m e n t s a r e lo be
m a d e w i t h f r e s h m a n girls b e t w e e n !)-5 p . m . o n a d a y w h e n
y o u r s o r o r i t y is n o t s c h e d u l e d to
hold a rush party.
Contact
A n y s t u d e n t w h o u t i j be i n t e r e s t e d in p a r t i c i p a t i n g i n t h e A l l s t a t e I n s u r a n c e S a f e t y P l a n , is Urged t o c o n t a c t M r . G i b s o n a s s o o n a s
possible.
Have a real cigarette-have a CAMEL
23
STATE C O L L E G E
1959
Campus Chest Drive Boosts
National Scholarship Group
C a m p u s chest drive which opens
ln N o v e m b e r will be c o n t r i b u t i n g t o
t h r e e w o r l d o r g a n i z a t i o n s . O n e of
t h e f u n d s is t h e N a t i o n a l S c h o l a r s h i p S e r v i c e a n d F u n d for N e g r o
Students.
Importance
I n d e p e n d e n t Agency
N S S P N S is a n i n d e p e n d e n t a g e n cy, e s t a b l i s h e d to i n c r e a s e h i g h e r
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colleges in t h i s c o u n t r y . I t h e l p s
mainly high school s t u d e n t s who
a r e college c a n d i d a t e s . T o a lesser
e x t e n t , p r e p a r a t o r y scool c a n d i d a t e s
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I.ach bundle m u s t h a v e s t u d e n t ' s n a m e , school a n d address.
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t h e s u b j e c t of a n i l l u s t r a t e d |. , • ,
in D r a p e r 349 a t 8 p i n . W e , l i e •
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S h e i l a K'ekliatls "(ill. P r c s i d e n l . a n n o u n c e s t h a t the sisters welcomed
b a c k t h e i r r e i u r i i i n . ' , a l u m n i at a
tea held S u n d a y a l t e r n o o n , (letober
18, a t t h e h o u s e . K l a m e B u d u l l '.'.as
By special request
of C a m p u s
C o m m i s s i o n the following rules a r e
being formulated
W a r n i n g s s h a l l be i s s u e d for v i e l a t i o n s ol r e g u l a t i o n s bv ( a m p u s
C o m m i s s i o n m e m b e r s a n d tryoul.s.
.Mailbox
regulations:
I'l
'I lie
w ill
Alpha
brothers
bold
i.ii'hi
a
ol
Alpha
is at
least
2. No b o o k s a r e lo be put
boxes.
3. No m a i l i
of b o x e s .
in
2
tin
to be p l a c e d o n l o p
4. (ail.'-al, ol noli
n a m e a n d dale
inn. I c o i n a m
5, ( i e n e i a l nol n e m a y be p a l u p
o n l h e Hillside ol I h e boxi s o o h
With t h e p e r m i s s i o n ol ( ' a m p u s
Commission.
0, M a i l b o x e s will be c l e a n e d ever>
t w o w e e k s , a n y m a i l not p i c k e d
u p v, n I n n I hal. I line \\ ill be i e
moved.
Draper Lounge
ltegulatioiLs:
No c a r d
playing
any
4
,,„„,„„„,,.
linn
meetings,
T h e c o m m i t t e e w o r k i n g o n Ha
p a r t y a.sks t h a t a n y I r e s h n u n
'
Uppercla...sinen w h o a r e
interesli'l
ill d c c o r a l l l i g l o r tlll.s p a r l y Ineel in
I h e C o m m o n s on E'riday, (jclobci
liO a t Ii or •) p . m .
plav
re-
henrsuIs, or song r e h e a r s a l s m a y
be held only w i t h t h e permLss u m of ( h e D e a n of W o m e n .
fully
may
authorized
remove
property
persons
objects
ol
that
student
are
a.sso-
c ial lull.
(iiinilicin
regulations:
1. O n l y m i l k , soil
drinks,
and
i-andy b a r s m a y be e a t e n in I h e
('..nimuns.
2. .Ash t r a y s a r e lo be u s e d lor
c c u r e t t e s a n d m a U lies o n l y .
II T h e C o i i i i u o n s is to
c l e a n ;i I nil t l i n e s .
be
kepi
,| C o m m o n s m a y be d e c o r a t e d by
n v i .real n/.ii ion ll 1 h e u p p r o v
al ol i h e C'oiiniioiis c h a i r m a n
i.s s e c u r e d , a n d ii t h e d e c o r a i i n n s a n - I € ll' a Code ',' 1 u n c t i o n
or i ei a g n i z e d h o l i d a y
\ . ,1 b i n . ' in.i v b e t a p e d or n a i l e d
u, I h e \c ale,
Cafeteria
PAGE
1959
By J O H N
5
YAGER
If y o u t h i n k I ' m g o i n g t o c r i t i - i m p r o v e m e n t s . W e a l l t a k e p r i d e i n
cize, d o n ' t b o t h e r t o r e a d a n y f a r - o u r r e s i d e n c e h a l l s , o u r g r o u p s , a n d
t h e r . O n t h e o t h e r h a n d , if y o u o u r o r g a n i z a t i o a s . L e t ' s s t a r t t a k i n g
t h i n k I ' m g o i n g to p r a i s e , y o u t o o m o r e p r i d e i n o u r c o l l e g e , t o o ! M o r e
a r e w a s t i n g y o u r t i m e . S o w h a t ' s A L L - C O L L E G E e v e n t s will h e l p u s
to a c h i e v e t h a t goal. W h a t A L L my purpose?
C O L L E G E e v e n t s ? H e r e a r e a few
Soccer G a m e
possibilities.
W e r e y o u o n e of t h e h u n d r e d s
1. C o n t i n u e t h e O r p h a n s ' C h r i s t who attended the h o m e c o m i n g socmas Party.
c e r g a m e l a s t S a t u r d a y ? If n o t , y o u
2. A b a n q u e t h o n o r i n g o u r s o c c e r
really missed out! O v e r h e a r d c o m m e n t s ••What a g a m e ! " " W h a t a t e a m .
3. A H a l l o w e ' e n or E a s t e r p a r t y
crowd!"
for o u r f a c u l t y m e m b e r s ' e l i i l d r e n .
All C o l l e g e
4. S e n d - o f f s
for o u r
basketball
Yes, w h a t a c r o w d ! N o t a c l a s s !
Not a c r o u p ! Not a n o r g a n i z a t i o n ! t e a m
A c r o w d ! A c r o w d of S t a t e C o l l e g e
5. F o r e i g n S t u d e n t s ' D a y .
studi i n s a n d a l u m n i . An A L L - C O L (i. • W e l c o m e " New F a c u l t y M e m LEGE! e v e n t !
b e r s N i g h t , d i n n e r s at t h e r e s i d e n c e
T h i n k b a c h . H o w m a n y A L L - h a l l s a n d g r o u p h o u s e s I.
C O L L E G E e v e n t s c a n you n a m e ?
7. A l l - C o l l e g e P r o j e c t s ,
Nol t o o m a i n , a r e t h e r e ? O h s u r e ,
a. A i d i n g s t r i c k e n a r e a s ,
there's S t a l e Fair, the C h r i s t m a s
b A d o p t i n g a foreign c o m m u n i S i n g , plays, cuest a r t i s t s , a n d a t h ty H o y s , food, c l o t h i n g i .
l e t i c event... A r e t h e y e n o u g h ? A r e
c. H e l p i n g u n d e r p r i v i l e g e d c h i l y,HI s a t i s f i e d ?
dren.
Si. A L L - C O L L E G E O p e n
House
Now look o v e r y o u r s o e i a l c a l e n d a r a n d you'll find m a n y, m a n y for t h e p e o p l e of A l b a n y .
9. N o w t h i n k or y o u r s e l f .
f u n c t i o n s for o u r c l a s s e s , o u r d o r m No, I h a v e n ' t c r i t i c i z e d ! I h a v e n ' t
itories, our croups, and our o r g a n izations. T h e s e events a r e also i m - p r a i s e d ! I sincerely h o p e t h a t I've
p o r t a n t t o o u r s o c i a l life b u t o u r g i v e n you s o m e t h i n g t o t h i n k a b o u t .
A L L - C O L L E G E events are equally W h e n you've f i n i s h e d
thinking
i m p o r t a n t t o o u r s o c i a l a n d c o l l e g - a b o u t it, l h e n d o s o m e t h i n g a b o u t
i a t e life. W e n e e d m o r e of t h e m ! it. D o n ' t l e a v e it u p to t h e o t h e r
N o t in tV2. b u t n o w !
p e r s o n ! Act! Let's h a v e m o r e AllCollege crowds.
Let's show
more
P r i d e in S c h o o l
W e a l l h a s t e n to c r i t i c i z e b u t we p r i d e in S t a t e C o l l e g e . Y o u ' v e s h o w n
h e s i t a t e w h e n i t c o m e s t o m a k i n g t h a t it c a n b e d o n e . D o n ' t s t o p n o w !
2. C a r d
areas
I960 — '400'
Kail D o w n Hoof
I n m . —11100 M i .
Guarantee
Vc'spa
Direction
l.lettric
Heater A
NYC
I'IMIST
1110 M i l e s P e r
.1000 Mi.
1 rom
lull>
5. P o s t e r s m a y lie p l a c e d o n l y
peristyle and cafeteria.
reulations:
1. Lost a n d P o u n d box i.s l o c a t e d
in b o w e r D r a p e r .
2. f o u n d a r t i c l e s a r c In b e p l a c e d
in I h e b o x .
3. Ill e a s e ol a lost a r t i c l e , t h e
l o s e r s h o u l d lisl h i s n a m e a n d
a d e s c r i p t i o n of t h e lost a r t i c l e
o n t h e i a r t l s p u v i d e d . I n cn.-e
Ihere are no cards, write t h e
i n f o r m a l ion cm a p i e c e ol p a p e r
li ' X a" a n d p l a c e it in t lie b o x .
•! No Holes a r e t o be p l a c e d
Ihe bulletin board,
mi
a. T h e box will lie o p e n e d d a i l y
by a C a m p u s C o m m i s s i o n m e m b e r or t r y o u t , u c c o i ' d i n g to t h e
posted schedule.
Gal.
Guarantee
STil*
G. M a s k i n g t a p e m u s t
walls a n d tacks on
7. No o r g a n i z a t i o n or
may remove another
tions' publicity.
regulations:
1. O r e a i n / . a t i n n s a n d
individuals
a r e p e r m i t t e d t o pill u p t h e i r
CAM, p u b l i c i t y , f o l l o w i n g s t a l e d
regulations.
be
used.
•1 Si/.e is r e • ula led t o : n o r u n n e r s
Ion ' c r 11 i.i 11 ll a n d p o s t e r s , w i t h
11. F a i l u r e t o follow
regulations
will r e s u l t in a w a r n i n g , a n d
u p o n .second o f f e n s e , r e m o v a l
of p o s t e r p r i v i l e ;es.
Hoard
regulations:
I. All o r g a n i z a t i o n s a r e r e s p o n s i ble l o r t h e i r o w n m a t e r i a l o n
the boards,
2
11 a n y or a o i i z a t i o n w i lies to
c h a n g e t h e p o s i t i o n or s i z e ol
b o a r d , p e r m i s s i o n n n i s i be o b tained lrom Ihe G r a n d
Marshal.
II. C a m p u s C o m m i s s i o n will s u p e r vise i h e Il-'C a n d I S C , B i d e s ,
and
Student
1'lxcliange
and
Uonoi aries boards.
WANTKI):
GAMPMUS REPRESENTATIVE
by the
Motor
Scooter
Equipped
Slop in at Our Showroom
Visit Our Farts & Service Center
JAF MOTORS, INC.
i;57l-7:5 Broadway, Schenectady, N. V
Near (} K. Subway - Foot of Broadway Hill
Phone KX '.l-Wil - Weekday 9-9 - Sat. !)-«
orin-
10. C a m p u s C o m m i s s i o n
reserves
t h e r i g h t to r e m o v e all p o s t e r s
n o t followin ' r e g u l a t i o n s a n d
organizations
or
individuals
t h a t h a \ e too m a n y .
Signals
Defroster
individual
organiza-
9. All o r g a n i z a t i o n s
must
taked o w n p u b l i c i t y w h e n e v e n t is
over on d a y following.
I'd UTS lllUSl be ul college level
No c r a y o n s , n o m e s s y j o b s a c cepted.
color poster m a y
in
be used on
molding.
B, P o s t e r s m u s t be s i g n e d by
g a n i z a t i o n s or i n d i v i d u a l s
volved.
Bulletin
Poster
StOOTI.ItS
WORLD'S
:: m o .
Found
must
kept
Waters
I iideri'oal
MOTOK
be
playing
in
designated
o n l y I r o m 10:30 t o 1:110.
Lost a n d
li. Any
Air ( cioled
t h e e x c e p t i o n of c u t o u t s ,
b e a t l e a s t 9" x 12".
regulations:
1. T h e c a f e t e r i a i.s t o
c l e a n at all t i m e s .
2
li(» M i l e s P e r ( i a l .
ga i le I .1
S m i l e , i.s p l i i n n i n g a I i.iI!• • ••• > < ••
p a r t i Lo be h e l d O e l o l j e r 111), al '••••
< 'IlKltiii S q u a r e N i l ; h b " l linixl lloil. ,
Till' pi ogi a m W III e o n : i I ol a p a l ' •
l o r .vounger e l i i l d r e n
t o b e la io
ll'om 7 lo II p m
K o l l o w i n : : Ha
p a r i , t h e r e v,ill be a g a l l i , i in
"I
l e e n a g i i s I r o n , I) lo In HO p in >'i
I h e s a m e local ion
23
A^aJM, 61 State
Onions, Potatoes, String-bean
soup!
A l b a n y S t a t e , Bonn, B o o p - a Doop!
T h e S t a t e College N e w s r e g r e t s
to a n n o u n c e t h a i since t h i s c h e e r
h a s b e e n p r i n t e d in t h e p a p e r , a n d
s i n c e if w a s s u b m i t l e d b y a m e m b e r
of t h e staff, it Ls i n e l i g i b l e f r o m t h e
c h e e r c o n t e s t w h i c h t h a t p a p e r i.s
running.
H o w e v e r , a n y c h e e r s u b m i t t e d by
a S l a t e College s t u d e n t m a y m a k e
t h e l u c k y c o n t e s t a n t e l i . a b l e for a
1
lit. c ertific a l e r e d e e m a b l e at t h e
C o - o p . T h e first p r i z e is $5.00. t h e
sec o n d is SHOO a n d t h e t h i r d is S2.00,
a n d t h e s e d a y s t w o b u c k s is n n t h i a g
to s n e e r a t .
F o r l h i s c o n t e s t to b e of a n y v a l u e
we m u s t re ei\ e a I lea- l Iv eni v five
M m i n t tin in l_\r>i e i i i r i e s . If t h i s is
n o t d o n e t h e r e will be n o c o n t e s t .
r h i s is not tci i m p l y t h a i m a n y
e n t r i e s h a v e not b e e n r e c e i v e d , b u t
in all h o n e s ' y it m u s t be c o n f e s s e d
t h a i t h e Kditor'.s c M o n i c a T r a s k u s ' ,
t h a i is' mail box lias h a r d l y been
flooded.
T h e c h e e r s s u b m i t t e d m a y b e of
a m l e n e t h , b u t t h e y s h o u l d be c l e a r
and
easily r e m e m b e r e d . I n
fact,
t h e s e a r e t h e m a i n p o i n t s on w h i c h
t h e v will be j u d g e d .
A c t u a l l y y o u r best bet is to t h i n k
of s o m e h i : h s c h o o l c h e e r t h a t n o
o n e else will r e m e m b e r or k n o w a n d
s u b m i t it. T h i s , h o w e v e r , is f a i r a n d
all a p r e t t y s n e a k y w a y to go a b o u t
things.
3. T h i s l n i i n c e is for quiet s t u d y
, t l K | t a l k : n o e x c e s s i v e n o i s e i.s
. ,, ,. ,
$1,080 P o r t of E n t r y
Smiles Gives
Children Fete
Alpha
tomorrow
Hull.
Mi,-
Ini itatloi
I .'Hinge lor all l l i l o r m a l
alter the program
Pi
ci a ' e p a r l y
al !) p m . at t h e P o r t ' i r a n g c
I.i ri'Hi
only
1. U s e a Hole t h a i
x 4".
,il
K ,. ,"
OCTOBER
Campus Commission Announces Rules Relating to Student Conduct
2
Call
111 H
G e n e r a ! < T a n n a n l o r I h e e\ i n 1
a r e M a r . la C u v a n i n c h lit), a n d G a i l
l i n g e r s '01. In c h a r . ' e of c o l u m n lei s
a r e M a r ,u el Wa ll'.c i 'til a n d She 1lev H o c h til.
T o e lollow in:1, m e m b e r
,1
1'ln hall 1 )i p a l k n e l i l s e n e o n
E n g l i s h Eve i n n g Kacult \
'I In "'1
A d a m s , 'I hom.son Lil l l e i i o l d , II •
K l a l e y , A s l s l a n t P r o i e s s o r s ,,l !•
lisli, a n d W a l l e r K n o l l s , P r o p
ol E n g l i s h .
( ' l e , II l i e I t
lii
I III
1 11 . , , '
(>pen
hi
'lie,
ue.
time,
Jlllllol , S o e i a l
111,'
null, n e e
Kappa
com-
Stales-
\Y.v\ W e s ' . e r n
1. No e a t i n g al a n y
Hai li.n.i l i a k , i a n d
Gamma
Hon,a
I'acuity
all,
\ lie
c h a i r m a n of t h e r e f r e s h m e n t s
mittee.
P h y l l i s M i l l i o n - 'GO, P r e s i d e n t , r e quests that
anyone knowing
the
T h u r s d a y - P h i D e l t a , K a p p a D e l - w h e r e a b o u t s of t h e B e t a Z e t a b a n n e r , plea.'
com,ict the Beta Zeta
ta, Psi G a m m a a n d S i g m a Phi.
house
O c t o b e r lit)
Beta Zeta. G a m m a
K a p p a Phi, Chi .'. a n a T h e t a a n d
Sigma Alpha.
FRIDAY,
Win Prizes
In Big News
Cheer Contest
t^foade cMaw-U
T h e f o l l o w i n g is a l i s t of I n f o r m a l
s o r o r i t y p a r t i e s to be h e l d t h i s w e e k :
F r i d a y — K a p p a Delta, Psi G a m ma, Beta Zeta and Sigma Phi Sigma.
NEWS
i. All n o t i c e s m a s t b e o n
3 " x 5 " or 4 " x G" c a r d .
a
b. S t u d e n t E x c h a n g e
notices
f o r t h e s a l e of b o o k s a r e
n o t to b e p o s t e d w h i l e t h e
B o o k E x c h a n g e is i n o p e r tion.
4. C a m p u s
Commission
reserves
the
light
to
supervise
all
boards.
Assembly
regulations:
1. N o t i c e s will b e p l a c e d o n P a g e
Hall e n t r a n c e s during convocations.
2. O u t of c o m m o n c o u r t e s y , tin not
c r o s s t h e b a c 1; of P a g e H a l l
w h i l e a n a s s e m b l y is in p r o cress.
General
regulations:
1 Students .hall conduct themselves m a m a n n e r befitting a
college s t u d e n t .
2. No b o o k s o r r u b b i s h a r e t o be
left l y i n g a r o u n d l o c k e r r o o m s ,
and
no wearing
apparel
or
b o o k s a r e l.o b e left m C o m m o n s , I o n i i u e , o r C a f e t e r i a or
h a l l s . All m a t e r i a l f o u n d will
p l a c e d in L i s t <fc P o u n d .
3 T h e r e s h a l l be no e a t i n g m a n y
p a r ; ol t h e s c h o o l b u i l d i n g s e x cept in t h e C a f e t e r i a a n d in
t h e C o m m o n s a s s t a t e d ill C'-l.
4. W i l l i u l d e s t r u c t i o n of p r o p e r t y
is p r o h i b i t e d .
5. T a b l e s in I h e hull- m a y be u s e d
o n l y wit h t h e p e r m i s s i o n of 1 b e
C i r a n d M a r s h a l or H a l l C h a i r man
ii. S i n o k i n • is a l l o w e d in all h a l l s
h a \ n c ; c o m r e i c floor w i t h l h e
ex, ept ion i,| Pa.ge H a l l , first
Hour ol D r a p e r , H a w l e y L i b r a r y
a n d Husteil
7 S m o k i n g r e s l r i c t i o n s will be r e a p p l i e d ll < IS-MI c i t e s , m a ! , lies,
el c . a r e l o i i n d o n t h e floors o r
il i h e s t u d e n t s m i s u s e i h e p n \ liege
COLLEGE RECORD CLUB
to earn
$100 (or more) ID Spare Time
Write lor information:
coui-xii: iticcoitD viva
!».«, Box 1193
Providence 2, li. 1.
Phone KX TMi'il - Weekday 1) -9
PINAl.TlliS:
T h r e e w a r n i n g s w i t h i n a .semester
Willi I h e e x c e p t i o n ol t h e p o s t e r
p e n a l t i e s will, m i h e c a s e ol a n y
i n d i v i d u a l , r e s u l t i n t h e r e m o w i l ol
a selected activity I rom Ihe student
t a x c a r d In t h e ( u s e of o r g a i u / a lions, a l t e r t h r e e w a r n i n g s , C a m p u s
C o m m i s s i o n will r e v i e w t h e r e c o r d
a n d Hie p e n a l l y will be left t o t h e
d i s c r e t i o n of C a m p u s C o m m i s s i o n ,
a n d w i t h i n t h e j u r i s d i c t i o n of C a m pus Commission.
W a r n i n g s will be s e n t
through
student mail a n d m a y be appealed.
PAGE
STATE COLLEGE
6
NEWS
FRIDAY,
OCTOBER
PAGE
2 3 1959
STATE
vietory in m i n d .
,.
°
c-„ a b i o , ( a l l to Bill S i m m o n s " ( l e t a w a y f r o m
me
) y
u
p a s K
f r o n
,
shot
at the net during
third
I5v J O H N
T h a t w a s all t h a t S t a t e needed.
F r a n z Z w i c k l b a u e r g a v e o n e of h i s
best p e r f o r m a n c e s a n d K a r l G e r stenberger blasted two by Plattsb u r g h goalie J a c k P o t t e r Merle Miller,
w h o played like lie would r o u n d u p
the entire Plattsburh team a n d p u t
t h e m o n t h e b u s , if n e c e s s a r y , n e v er gave t h e C a r d i n a l s a c h a n c e a n d
it r e m a i n e d for R o n C o s l i c k . a P o r t
J e m s b o y w h o s e s t a r is r a p i d l y r i s i n g , t o b r e a k t h e b a c k s of t h e reelm e n w i t h t h e f i n a l S t a l e g o a l in
t l i e c l o s i n g m i n u t e s of t h e f o u r t h
quarter.
Coslick h a s been s e e i n g f r e q u e n t
use u s h e h a s been giving out w i t h
g r e a t p l a y a n d s h o u l d be a big f a c t o r in p l a n s for t h e f u t u r e . H e is
only a S p h o m o r e a n d m a y he a
s t a r t e r b e f o r e l o n g if h i s p l a y ( i n s
s e a s o n is a n y i n d i c a t i o n .
F r a n k F ; llace. t h e scoring a c e
whose ankle injury sidelined h i m
t h i s s e a s o n , s c o r e d o n e of t h e g o a l s
in S a t u r d a y ' s g a m e a n d m a y be r e t u r n i n g io s h a p e a g a i n a s t o m o r row'.'; tilt a t O s w e g o l o o m s .
Plattsburgh had brought a a nt i n g e n l of f a n s d o w n l o r t i n ' n a m e
bill I h e y d i d n ' t h a v e m u c h to c h e e r
for a s I h e o n l y P l a t t s b u r e h
score
c a m e oil' tlie foot ol B r u c e B o u r g e o i s
in t h e t h i r d p e r i o d . G o a l i e D a k
C , \ , w h o m a d e t e n s a v e s in t h e in-l.
*>,.
•
m
'**^*r*^l^.
n e . o r h a d a c h a n c e on the hard
s h il t h a t r u i n e d I n s s h u t o u t w il ii
o n l v '•''.) ..ei olid . I o p l a y :n t h e I b i r d
i ' h o l o by T e r r y Hi 11!
pel lod.
T h e e x c i t e m e n t of t h e c r o w d p e n M a k e l y g i v e s P l a t t s b u r g h a l e s s o n in r o c k a n d roll w h i l e h e b o o t s e t r a l c d t h e d a m p , cliill d a y t h a t
iiu
luded a colorful p a r a d e t o t h e
I'lio: i by Ti ii-)- Ki-llly
t h e b a l l o u t of r e a c h of e a g e r feet.
s t a d i u m . It w a s a g a m e t h a t n o No l i a n k i e ! D o n ' t p u n c h il, t h i s is s o c c e r . K i c k it i n s t e a d like y o u
body w a s g o i n g t o m i s s , Cor il t h e i r u s u a l l y d o
w a s o n e t e a m t h a t S t a t e w a n t e d to
b e a t il w a s P l a t t s b u r g h .
T h e le mi gave t h e fans w h a t they
c a m e l o r a good g a m e anil a d e cisive w i n
a n d t lie we: l l i e r n i a i i
even co-operated
by h o l d i n g
I be
r a m until a l t e r t h e game. It was
I h e k i n d ol h o m e c o m i n g c a m e i h a t
fit | c r i e d ly m i o t h e s p i r i t ol I h e
vu ' ' k e i i d .
L'ven t h e b a n d m a d e i t s o n e u p ,
pe n a n c e ol I h e c o l l e g e veal' w h e n
It e i n e r ;ei| t o pla> in i h e p a r a d e
a n i l al h a l l l n n e
Oswego Tomorrow
'I lie r.1 luc si I I In- .,l.i e l o r I he
! r i p l o t ) ,\vego l.ouioi i ov, . wliei e l i e
P e d s liieel I la- l e o n t h a t 11 a '. heal
Hi last \ eal s h m i e o m l i m l,\ a 11 - I
Score
Or^t
A l w a y s t o n iji o n i h i ir o w n In Id,
I l i e I l.sw i g • h i k e r s h a v e a 'J-1 I e r o r d i n I In- N e w V o l k Si a l e I n l e i colli e i . i l e ( ' n l i t e r e l i e e a n d h a v e m a d e
r- «\
II i.iiown t h a t A l b a n y , o n e ol l u o
I i-aiiis lo h e a l I h e m la I M M . , o n . I
o n i In- -a \ I I i • i • I I I 11 v..,., i n a
- •»•*• • t
***;
e h l l h . I ilny d a ; I li.it t i e - I '.Vo t e a m . ,
slippi il a b o u t in I lie m i n i In p n ,v it Itt h e h o n e c o i n i n g a c t i o n last s e a s o n
in s oriii , o n e ot t In- s c a s n ' s l a g u p ets at lilee< k e r
N o t e d o n t h e s o c c e r f i e l d : Dick
Weaver, a J u n i o r from Wolooll. d o ne'
a wonderful
]<>b a s m a n a g e r ,
a s s i s t a n t , vmi - n a m e - it-he-doe.s-ll ;
'
we n e e d m o r e l i k e lillu
Hob
*. ** ^ *&*.,>*& fit* *%^
«*«SW**H.»,ft*afW*« 9 «£
i'lioUj by T e r r y Ri lliy
till gs m a y sec m o r e notion . .
,,
,.
,
Dave Colhurn's n a m e uiadvi-rtently
I'hoUi by Haul <i Weavur
( l e r . i t c n b e r g e r s c o r e s l i r s t g o a l ol g a m e a g a i n s t I ' l a t t s b u r g i n s e c o n d | ( . u o U l l l ( . ,)ll)iiluul
Humors
Kciesso anil Makely team together to start a n o t h e r r u s h towards t h e
period.
a b o u t w h a t is i n s p i r i n g M a i ty B o r k o g o a l
(),
s w t T p
, . ^ 1
c n £
j
h y
C a l
,
hitting
'' J*vt*-
~"'-iim».
pll0
«> b>' P;'"> °
Wc v
»«
(.. a-h.1r i -. coasr . ' h i , go w i t h T . I ) , p a s s t o m a n f o r H u m p s
Tlie
Club's
sup.Tioi'
ni'.e w a s
a r e , ' ! l y n s p u n lble l o r t h e m a n n e r
m w h i c h P o l l e r be a n t o s p r e a d i t s
m a r g i n . It o u t w e i i i h e d .
outclassed,
mil c e r t a i n l y o t i t r u s h e d t h e A P A
line t h r o u g h o u t t h e a m e , but t h e
d i l l ' e r e n : e Wa - most m a a c a b l e in
t h e last t w o p e r i o d s , w h e n
EEP's
hard - chargers
blocked
two J i m
D o u g h e r t y p u n t s , anil t h r e w A P A
l o r s e v e r a l s u b s t a n t i a l losses. O n e of
t h e s e blocked p u n t s resulted in t h e
Make Good
time.
,.,k(1
a
Humps Finally
Photo by Terry Rellly
long
7
23 1959
Harry Millet. The extra [joint attempt was unsuccessful.
o r I'll b i t w i n w i t h i t . "
°
MOHDKK
hO' '^t^-^^r-f^--J , // /v
I5v J O H N
( HESSEK
Lou W o l n e r
THE HUMPS FINALLY MADE IT. Alter five years of ^
PotterTO_as ^middie^Une ^ . ^ ^ ^ ^
bitter lrusa'aL.m ami hcartbivaks the Humps finally broke l h n n m l l „, kn „ ( . k (lnW Ilu , k k
^
}
nm
Lo t(jm
f_.om
m to the win column. Ih.-y not only won a game but the> a em,, recover a ,n, race
.
N(.w Y ,, 1; ls ;i V(,1,;illlt, K|,,,.,MUiU1,
scored three touchdowns m the process. This was more
'
;
, ,
1 havmg ,,,,-u«,l,„„,i m soccer bis- „ „„. (imi.
t
a s ;,
sdi()nl
than they scored m all the previews games dating back m , thl , Si , )n , 19.0_
' ^ l :
" :
,
— . ' Piaver, spent three yea,-, as
to
1954. Nice
going
Humps'
AMIA ALL STARS OF THE WEEK
CifN.-ir^
OFFENSE
Rt. E n d , Dailcy (Potter); Rt. G u a r d ,
C ,
•» r
Quai'ino
TT
Altman (Potter);
Gcoharl
( P o t t e r ) ; L. E n d ,
,B» • ,
, i m
n ,, , n i
( M E N S ) ; L. G u a r d ,
riTTt,
^
i-
L e w i s . S m i t h , H a y e s , a n d G e o - ^ i ^ , , j , , 1951
h u r d t ,. a l t e r n a t i n g at g u a r d ssppoottss,,
a n• -d d" ,e. f e, .n„su ii ,v. e„ ..,•,,!«
e n d s . A lHl m
Alter a
, , ac nmn, a n d
,i h i t c h in t h e N a v v a s a
.Stewart, were centinually
in t h e m i n l e r ol t h e s u b m a r i n e s e r v i c e ,
; | S :l
A P A backl'ield
^ r a i a a t i n g i n 1957.
despite
spirited
be
b l o c k i n g e f f o r t s of J o h n M o d d e r ,
Nicholson, ^ . u g h e r t y
and scrappy
111 t U' I J a i i l i y Hill . A P A p a s s e r s
i nlereil
Junior,
career.
n
Mann (Humps); RUB, Curtice (Mens); LHB, Call (Pot- pcliicro, Tillman, and Modder had L oAs
s
ter);
Q B ,Nolan
(Potter);
F B , Mikovitch
Slate
College.
Bill is i - u i i t m i i i n g
,
Now a
n o t u n e c to
e ct eai vfew
e r s as cnadt t w
o m lpol ce at et e br u
e reerde
a b l e to c o m p l e t e b u t a lew s c a t t e r e d
i n m a c n n / q T S l '
tennis m a n . a n d lour years
,
_,
_,
,
m e nmi l e r ol t lhi ee H o m e r C e n t r a l
H i g h S- h o 1 b a s k e t b a l l t e a m b e f o r e
J.V. C a p t a i n
_,. .
.
Bal1
tiVaisiP
Ins sports
,tUr
I n "• h m a i i
u
be was a Varsit;
be was a Varsitj
A . ,, . , - i ' l i m a n
]r|u.n']liin
bu.si'ball
and 'was
n i
k n o w n 1 .' h i s a b i l i t y t o g i v e t h e
ll'i'imp-Sayles
ball "a" r i d e . Bill a l s o w a s a n u n . b e
''"'
,, ,,
d(loiUl
V ...
ba S l , . , . , ,
r a l l i e d ' 'fh'i's "weekt o
'to"
' v e rUu>
p o wH
e ru m
S pa sy - , ' ' n ',' ,J ...
y e a r Bill
1„ us 1 1
:
in a
was a s i a r t e r on t h e Varsity b a s k e t cgall
a m e . Ace q u a r t e r b a c k f r a n k S a l - b a ! 1 , , , , , ; , , ] „ „ w a s u n a b l e lo p a r t i e r n o s e l u d e d t h e S a y l e s d e f e n d e r s , . , . „ , . , n b ; l s , . b ; , i l b e c a u s e ol h a d
(Mens).
D E F E N S E
1(
.,
mis \e.ir i.ou moves to the Vars , l y l l
' l w a n l l i n i ' a l u r spending two
Viar.-. in t h e goal for t h e J . V . ' s . H e
w a s i.l o (.'apt , m ol t h e J . V . t e a m
as a S ph. Lou h a s also been a
n u m b e r u! t h e c o l l , r e t e n n i s t e a m
Rt End iSteward
(Potter);
Rt. Guaia,
Jamason (QLOJ ,
,
.
,ketbaii team as a
Symuia
nump.s;,
^ . ^ . . .
.
R t(SLS); RLB, Swisky (HLS); MLB, Barbagelata (Pot- i,-,
Spina
three-touchdown
shutout
.
""
'"
'"
' '
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C..S y mu,a',Hum,sn »
;
«
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:
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'
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Uni'i.L,
IMIIIKIIII lRT.fi).
. . . . „ ,. , .
ter); LLB, Mikovitch (Mens); Safety. Johnson (SLS).
'" ' * °'
THE ."MAN KKIIINI) MENS MALE (illll) SQUAD
witli his deceptive sprints and :„- ,, nkk , s
H l s U1,,,,,MS .,,,. n o t limiu . (1 ,„
l i r a U M -,;,i i s' ms,' "s' I - , H
T l i e s e c r e t u c n . i . u »a,,..,
.,
rds
and
"I'»i.s ' - ' • " ' ' ' H '- p l a v i n i t s o e c - r - ' P - u l s a s b e s e r v e s t h e c l a s s of 'til
The secret behind Mens Hall .success this year
is Vic ;lJil-'k''
' ' ' - ' V rivs :!Eb1d ''w areceivers
Mikovitch. Vic comes to STATE from the State University DilV(, vioore'lii-hlightecl the contest for the m• ,t time at state, and is >" "'" cp.,<-uv ,,i vice-President,
of Pennsylvania where he played three years of varsity by netting eighty percent of sal- a-Uhnc a ,aiuui i„oi, to .he iro.u \ ^ v " ^ ' ' ^
(J.,
L
5
'
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- i
i
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i
111 ii •
football. Prior to his entrance at Penn, Vic was picked e.-nos aerials.
on the All State High School team of Pennsylvania as a u ^ S S r i J S E t t l n ' i r r
assault launched by Burnett and -1;tt11
; ; S » J - r K V b r \ S \ : S , a r v"s
, ;in<|1(1;iti. |,„. |)[1SS ,-,,,.,.Ul.r ,,, Ul(.
Mar. intercepted Burncti's pass.
ii
,
> a!l ' ;" ""' 1;'-' 'Kiarter ., Saier- Jy\Qjfr\Qn
Great
, ,,.
j o b Vic; Keep
AS iKBSEEOVER
IT POTTEH
.,
,i , , „ i ,
u p t h e g o o d WOl k .
:
7-(i
Parti id be House ;£';
Forfeits Gome
To Kappa Delta i
• L / * 1 l
7 r
u,,h ;i
u
. x . . . , .
V-7 O U ( J f j e ,
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w . . _ .
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or t h e
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pell
11
e l ,e, l u l l d
All l i e ti a m l a p l a l h : .n'r r e p l e . i l !, n o l i l v I h e , , , p l a i n ol I h e o p
n
I o.-ll
l e a III
1
l II l.i I l i e
I ,
,,,,,pile
I a ll I ol i h e l i a i i i - a l i o
III n Ii pe. I n , c a p t a i n s a l e po l e , |
on t h e W A A liullclili b o a r d
Uctneiuber,
Iwo forlclts
toliiatlcall) elllnihale a
n u - intramural league.
vvill
team
all
lioin
L e t ' s s h o w s o n i c c o n s i d e r a t i o n loi
t h e g i r l s w h o r u s h out o n l b , h e l d
e.perlui..' lo play a n d also lor Miss
l l u s l e v w h o m u s t b e p r e s e n t „t a l l
ihe games.
l , l M
on t h e
D'AlI'lllco
l b h' nmsl
ainbitious
n , , , , i,v,- y e a r hisloiw
i.neiii-il
llnir
ni
(
e i-i- i plain.-
I),.ii
I'
n ...a.
.oil
t Ixi-— jil.c,
lis led by vvli ,l
11 M i k e
he
a
.-.,'
W l - . W II h c o l l i ; Il i o n , ) i
W'.o n
\.,r.-n
K l .-, l e i
"
'
Ki'ln.ihliii; V m i
pi o i l . " b \
We, -hi ,ln.ve-,.
and
I'd i d
I'llOlec,
Ill lilt'
u p 111 a
-• • - " "
• ine i.tuong
v ai sil-. b a - , ball p l a y e r s .
the
11
On- P e d s
l.i i- a
III'.'
CjV p o u n d
team:
iia-.-li b u s i n e s s a n d h i s t o r y
si in i lie h s c h o o l level.
C
\, \- , i, .i .-1. :
illll-r
Ol l i b I H C l l l l l t ' IU L U i l U l -
i
T
rehilllillli
l o b In 11 He t h e o ] : e l i e r o n
I s , i . o i - r , ., i ( ' . o l I a a n ' I h e l e a i n
l i s , . , I'll,111, K a n e
Die big pollll
, , i : , i l e a n N o i w l e o a n d l n a \ i,,.l
h o.e l l . u r
i l l s , H u n k l a n k in iln
..
u l 1
" P I'llUll
u l
IIOS-lolli r
p o al I ai
I h e -Mban.i lio.,li'rs lost t h e i r
l o i i i ' l h giunt! t h i s s e a s o n t o a
strong
.Vliddh'liiu>
team
on
W i ' d n i ' s d a y . I'in.il s c o r e of t h e
till
m i s t a.
Tomorrow
the
b o o I c i s Hill t r a v e l n o r t h t o l a c e
llie Oswego Kakers.
i i w I n II - n ' h i ^ h ' l -
, , •• I w a . I " Will a V o i l e , ' ' " ' I'oinilllssloiier Iliad lhal I h e
,
I,I i i , i \ , . i h e opiio.-iii - v h l s l l e s l o p s plav a n d d l d n ' l allow
K a p p a D e l i a p i o l l l e d ' lie lollchdoW II
ol
,,,.-.
poii.,,
l o l l , II o n
l-'ail\ in t h e lllsl o i i a i l i r M e n ' s
iii 1 '
1'.
11,.i n o o n
Id i, ,i- i , i h e " ' l l ' " -' s c r i e s o | s h o r t pa M-S lo
,.i
.-•fcr
'' ''
,, , ,,
,
In
n
n , .,,,, , u , i n o t a p p e a r w i t h t h e s i l l in a HI i i u m n e r ol p l a y e r s .
&
:,l
1 1
l
lv
.".''" h':' ". ,.":,':::::r Warm
rre-beason
Up Drills '.,"'"""" "V",UVAV
"'"'
,
'
the
HoS p a s s d a / / . l c d
all t h e t w e l v e
,m, ,a, ,l-et a tWilli
o r s Meld,
M a n n bracl le eled
n e dI htel i ed ea leer li iadl ,er.s to s c o r e .
M e n ' s il all - S I S
' l ' h o r o u -lily n m p l a y e d by a n u n d e r d o g M e n ' s Hall t e a m . S L S w a s
I, k\ In c o m e mil w i l h a I le SI „S
m i n e d t o .score, bill it r e s u l t e d
i c a l l b a c k No o l l n nil's c a l l w a lnmiediatelv illdlealed a n d leiupers
I la red o n but h sale:- a s t lie r e l e r e e s
si ai -hi in d e t e r m i n e t h e o u t c o m e
i l l In- g a m e f o l l o w i n " a bi u l d i s ussion aniolig iheinseiM's, t h e o t -
STATE
OVER
OSWEGO
APA OVEH
SAYLES
12-0i',-1
M*.
A „
to face
n
lasl
s
e a c h in ell h e r New Y o r k
majui
l.
Vic is no youngster to the coaching profession as he
was an assistant coach at the Bridgeport Naval Center
Vic took a green bunch ol boys, one-third ol them had
never played football, and molded them into a veteran
club He showed them how lo win and instilled in them the
t o Will.
returned
M
Hump
desire
nine
Hi il - ii,L
m
l!
n ."r g ris
,, pi, a, Dasko
basketball team
a d u ,,
a t i ous
n
Bill,
binl gy
U p ,o"nu--,u,u
g r a™
d u a1t riubB
ion - Lou plans to
S r a n d s e n i l e , - niiii'ir, p l a n s t o '""'
hall back.
- * N » I -:4
ft, |
,
As i $vv n
takes
OCTOBER
As the AMIA football league reaches its mid-season
point this week, the title is still very definitely up for grabs.
The hard-fought games are receiving increasingly avid
following as the season progresses. The interest and support of the student body is recognized and appreciated by
the players, who are making exciting contests out of this
year's gridiron clashes.
Ii
Potter Club got off to a slow start yesterday in their
H 25-0 defeat of APA, scoring six points in the first half. The
Club had possession in touchdown territory several times,
but further scoring was thwarted by bad breaks and timely
plays by APA's sporadic defense. The lone Potter TD came
on ;t pass from Don Nolan to Eric Kafka.
^ J L •-—*>
Nolan to Dailcy pasres and the running of I.on Call W „n
&1SS^^^d
kept I he ball in APA territory as Potter began to roll in ^^^'.^i'JimM^^M^
I'!- • 'c i i i'i»-k n
the second half. Their first scoring inarch was climaxed
- ,1
MILLER
A determined State team that wouldn't let anything
go wrong ended a year of waiting Saturday when the Peds
go wrong ended a year of waiting Saturday when the Peds
upended Plattsburgh in Bleecker Stadium by a 4-1 score
| before nearly 1.000 eager homecoming fans. The win
avenged the 1-0 forfeit loss hung on the Peds a year ago
at Plattsburgh.
Evening the record at three wins and three losses, the
victory was a sweet one for the players who had been on
the team last season. It also was long overdue for State
fans, who have not seen Plattsburgh beaten in any sport
for over a year, and marked a note of personal triumph
for Frank Fallace who booted a goal to show that he is
returning to the form that earned him high scoring honors
last season.
Close At Half
State was up for this one. There was no doubt about
it from the moment the Peds took the field, but an equally
determined Plattsburgh squad that was bringing a 2-2-1
record into the game managed to hold the State attack
Photo by Paul O. Weaver
until the final minute of the second period when Karl
Thompson is outnumbered but starts for bau with Qerstenberger tallied to give the Peds a 1-0 lead at half- q u Ha rat ce kr .e t t
N E W S . FRIDAY.
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SLS, Men's Hall Play to Tie
State Upends Pittsburgh in Homecoming Game 4-1;
Record Crowd See Soccermen Play Best Game of Season
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PAGE 8
STATE COLLEGE N E W S , FRIDAY, OCTOBER
23
1959
NEWS Compiles Weeks Notices
The Facade
T h e following are the compiled
notices affecting t h e student body
By DAVE FELDMAN
this week.
Lockers
R i c h a r d Sauers, Assistant ProfesD e a r M o m m y a n d Daddy,
However, in true S t a t e College sor of Physical Education, a n nounces t h a t there are still some
How a r e you? I a m toe. I know f a s h l o n t h e y d o n o t h i n S a b o u t itlockers available to the male stuI always s t a r t my letters this way
I guess I've said enough. Write dents a t S t a t e .
Interested persons should contact
b u t t h a t m a k e s it easier to begin. soon.
S a u e r s in his office in the Page
Love,
Anyhow, I wouldn't w a n t to c h a r g e
Hall G y m on Wednesday between
Dave
because I'm really afraid t h e shock
1 and 4 p.m.
would be too m u c h for you.
Placement
Clinton R o b e r t s , Director of
Placement, a n n o u n c e s t h a t all Seniors a n d g r a d u a t e s t u d e n t s in t h e
field of Business Education a r e to
register for interviews this coming
week, Monday through Friday.
Absences
Excuse cards for absences a r e
available in two places a t t h e college
a n n o u n c e s Elmer C. M a t t h e w s , Associate D e a n of t h e College.
All upperclassmen a n d freshmen
on probation a r e to file excuses in
D 105, t h e office of t h e Dean.
It is also stressed t h a t all Seniors
All freshmen (except freshmen on
m u s t see Roberts in the n e a r future probation) file excuses for absence
to complete their folders in time for cards with Robert K. Munsey, D i t h e beginning of interviews.
rector of Housing, in D 111.
Parent's Day Set
For November 14
I'll bet you're surprised to receive
a l e t t e r this way, in the newspaper
I m e a n , but I h a d to write to you
and also I had to write a column,
(you see t h e editor's a beast and gets
P r e p a r a t i o n s for this year's P a r m a d if I d o n ' t and beats m e ) , a n d
e
n
t s Day have been launched, a n this is killing two birds with one
nounce
Sue J a m e s and J a c k Lewis,
stone. Figuratively speaking, t h a t is.
J u n i o r s , co-chairmen of the event.
This is mid-semester test time.
T h e various activities of t h e day
T h a t m e a n s you either study and
outguess t h e teacher, or merely out- will take place in the Pierce Hall
Engel Room and the activities rooms
guess him. I'll try both.
in B r u b a c h e r ; this being t h e m a i n
How is everyone a t home? Does c h a n g e from last year.
Susie have a new boyfriend yet?
(You see d e a r reader, I have a kid
T h e heads of the variaus commitsister t h a t I really love a n d I h a v e
teeswill
be as follows: Open Houses,
to look out for her.)
P r a n Pavliga; Coffee Hour, Gail
T h e r e is n o t h i n g new here a t Rogers; Faculty Arrangements, Dick
school. Everyone is busy doing t h e N o t t i n g h a m ; Publicity, F r a n Liston,
s a m e thing, you could almost say
it's their favorite hobby. They a r e J u n i o r s . Programs, Angie C a s t a g all busy complaining. Nothing is nello '60; Business, F r a n O r g a n i done right. T h e y could do it better, ciak '61; Set-Up, Audrey Hurd.
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Hamilton Discusses
Family, School, College Football
By DAVID FELDMAN
Monday afternoon I talked with Dr. Thomas Hale Hamilton, the President of the
State University, in his comfortable and modern, though not modernistic, office at Thurlow Terrace. We discussed such subjects as his scholastic background, his family, his
views on a university education and even college football.
Dr. Hamilton, who throughout the one-half hour long interview puffed relaxingly
on a big pipe enjoys talking about the role of the university and often quotes Saint Augustine on this subject. Dr. Hamilton believes that the university is to be concerned with
knowing, not "feeling or willing." He said that the public university, even more than
the privately endowed one, should have a symbiotic rather than parisitic relationship
with the society, each working with the other for the good of both. Or as St. Augustine
T h e S t u d e n t Union Hoard will lie
participating again tins year at the
Conference of Associations ol College Unions to be held November ti
through November ti in New York
City.
I,oeli Student Union, which is being assisted by Could Student Center and the Metropolitan New Yolk
A S H , is the host. T h e purpose ol
the conference is for member schools
ul the association to meet together
in order to discuss and develop
plans and programs for the student
unions.
T h i s year's theme is "The College Union and the Student," and
"The.
Region." Discussion groups
have been set up to cover these
main fields. T h e delegates will also
have an opportunity to tour the
S t u d e n t Union Building of N.Y.U.,
Columbia, and City College.
30,
VOL.
1959
XLIV, NO. 21
Pierce, Brubacher, Alden
U n i v e r s i t y , Schedule Formals Tomorrow
and his respect for tho students so
t h a t die teacher a t t a i n s a certain
h u m a n dignity which neither teacher nor s t u d e n t will violate.
Education
Do Pauw University was the
scene of Dr. Hamilton's first higher education studies. There he received his A.B. in 1936. Following
this he worked in private industry
for a few years, b u t returned to a
scholastic life upon entering the
University of Chicago. Ho received
his M.A. there in 1940.
Thereafter he became; an instructor on G o v e r n m e n t a t Lawrence
College with a salary, he told me,
of $1800 per year. He later became
the Assistant D e a n of Admissions,
P l a c e m e n t and Public and Alumni
Relations there.
This was followed by three years
as a n officer in the Navy and a ret u r n to Chicago where he received
his Doctorate on the governing of
universities.
After this, Dr. Hamilton held administrative and teaching posts at
University College (a p a r t of the
University of Chicago), C h a t h a m
College in Pittsburgh, and until
1959 was associated with Michigan
State University as Assistant Dean,
Dean of the Basic School, Director
of S u m m e r Session, and finally VicePresident of Academic Affairs until August 1959 when lie became
President of the State University.
The time for annual Dormitory Formals is again upon
us! Pierce, Brubacher, and Alden Halls will hold their formal dances tomorrow evening from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Soft
lights and music will set the scene for a gala of pretty girls,
pretty dresses, and handsome escorts.
The Pierce Hall formal will be held in the Ingle Room,
announces Barbara Clapp '61, Vice-President. The theme
of the dance is "Autumn Enchantment," with music provided by the Phil Foote Orchestra.
The following girls are chairmen of their respective
committees: Mitzie Pringle '62, Decorations; Barbara Gardn e r a n c j M a r y Dobeck, freshmen, Programs; and Betsy
R o s g , 6 1 Refreshments
Chaperones for the event are Ryland Hewitt, Associate
Slate for Rivalry Announced;
Frosh Continueto Edge Sophs
Tomorrow m o r n i n g t h e Sopho- ing a t Veterans' Field beginning a t
mores and freshmen will again be 10 a.m.
battling for Rivalry points. R a i n Leaders
and poor field conditions caused a
Girls' volleyball will be captained
cancellation last week of the volley- by Nikki Stein for the Sophomores
ball and football games, therefore and Pamela Whitcomb for the frosh.
they will be played tomorrow m o r n Football will be under t h e leadership of Robert Pollero '02 and
J a m e s Haenlin '03. Rivalry leaders
for these events are Noreen Noonan
and Donald Donate, Juniors.
Voters Choose
Semi-Finalists
T h e Class of '03 earned two points
last S a t u r d a y by winning the TugHighlighting Campus Night which of-war. T h e class of '62 earned one
is to be held S a t u r d a y , November point for its cheering a t t h a t event.
7 will be the crowning of the C a m - Skit
pus Queen.
T h e skits will mark the close of
Preliminary
elections
for
the Rivalry on November 7. T h e Frosh
queen will close today at 2 p. m. Skit is being directed by Ross Dunn.
Five candidates will be selected Assistant director is Anne Dugan.
Irom the list of twenty-eight con- Musical Director is Walter Peters
testants. Senior girls r u n n i n g in and Choreography is being done by
the preliminary election
include: Judy Brenner and Barrie Colin.
J u n e Alexander, Cathy Antonucci, Sophomores
Eleanor Beers, Maureen Boyle, Joan
T h e Soph skit. "To Coin a Phrase",
Call, Angle Castagnello, Marcia Cavenaugh, K a t b y
Delahant,
and is an original play by Robert Steinhauer. S t e i n h a u e r is Director and
Sheila Doyle.
Rolene Macrini is Assistant Director.
Also: Ann Fleming, Audrey Hall. Linda Levinson and J u d i t h Nism
Donna Harris, Barbara
Hubbard, are in c h a r a g e of choreography.
Dr. Hamilton is married and has Terry Kerwin, M a r t h a Lesick, R h o two children; Tim, 10 years old da Levin, Nancy McGowan, Kay Senate:
who a t t e n d s the Milne School, and O'Connor, Kathy Rosso. Carol R u s Ann, wlio is five.
c/.yk, Nancy Hon Ryan, Marion Silverstein, Shirley Stewart, Monica
Traskus, Marcie Van Lctiven, Dolores Van Valkenburg, Rosalie Walsh
and Sandra Zilko.
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to forget his service to his neighbor."
He believes t h a t the h e a l t h of t h e
university and
t h e society
are
"weighed in the same balance." I n
view of this, one of the responsibilities of t h e university is "to bring
luiowledge to the citizens."
Dr. Hamilton stated t h a t h i g h e r
education for t h e majority of t h e
people of the s t a t e is a problem.
However he feels t h a t such institutions as t h e liberal a r t s colleges a n d
t h e community colleges are helping
to solve this problem.
Dr. Hamilton told m e t h a t s t u d e n t s who enter any teachers' college and then decide n o t to teach
h a v e a decision which only they
face. "I feel," he added, "for a stud e n t to a t t e n d one of these colleges,
knowing in his own mind t h a t he
doesn't w a n t to teach, is wrong."
S t a t e College
T h e conversation t h e n turned to
S t a t e College. Expansion for this
school. Dr. Hamilton explained, is
currently under study. W i t h enrollm e n t continually increasing, as is
expected, we will certainly nwti new
facilities. How they will be a t t a i n ed, and where they will be, Dr. H a m ilton did not say. As for football, lie
said t h a t lie enjoys the sport, but Is
happy to be without il,s problems.
T h e last subject we talked about
was t h e teacher. To be a good t e a c h er, Dr. Hamilton feels, is a m a t t e r
beyond knowledge of the subject
and educational principles. I t is a
m a t t e r of the teachers' self r e s e c t
for mild, full flavor!
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ment and
Personnel
Problems."
Delegates a t t e n d i n g I he convention include;
Barrel!
Ilealy 'til,
J a m e s (.'atone t>2, Steve Myslinskl
'l>2, and Renate Schocnliekier, 'lit).
Hamilton Visits
State Monday
T h o m a s Hale Hamilton, President
of the Slate University, making his
lirst visit to a college campus alter
being officially installed last night,
will visit Albany S l a t e Monday lie
will be accompanied by Herman
Cooper, Executive Dean for Teacher
Education ol the State University ol
New York.
Luncheon will be served lo the
pair on campus in the company ol
Evan R. Collins, President ol the
Benefit of Conference
S t a t e University Colleye of EduOne of the benefits of the occa- cation at Albany, anil the college
sion is t h a t the delegates will be- administrative council.
come better acquainted with other
s t u d e n t unions. Therefore, each re- Student Interviews
Following the luncheon, Hamilton
spectively will be able to broaden his
ideas and widen the scope ol his and Cooper will meet with members
of Senate, Myskania, and Cabinet
own board.
T h e meeting will coin cue at 1 p m in the Draper Lounge to answer
Friday witii a briefing session fol- any questions they might have.
Hamilton anil Cooper will attend
lowed by the
various
discussion
groups, Renate Schoenlelder 'GU will a faculty coffee hour and a generbe the chairmen anil moderator ul al faculty meeting in the late afa section on "Committee Recruit- ternoon.
Professor of English a n d Mrs. Hewitt, and Edwin Lawson, Associate
Professor of Psychology and Mrs.
Lawson.
Brubacher Formal
Brubacher Hall will hold its formal in the Bru Lower Lounge. Decorations will be styled to the t h e m e
"Oriental G a r d e n s , " and music will
be provided by Steve Anthony and
his Band.
General c h a i r m e n for the formal
are Vice-Presidents, S a n d r a King
and Margaret Pfister, Sophomores.
T h e chaperones are Kendall A.
Birr, Associate Professor of History,
and Mrs, Birr; Edward P. Shaw,
Professor of Modern Languages, and
Mrs. S h a w ; Donald E. Liedel, Assistant Professor of History, a n d
Mrs. Liedel; Merlin W. H a t h a w a y ,
Associate Professor of Physical Education, and Mrs. H a t h a w a y .
Alden Hall
Alden Hall will hold its formal in
the Alden Hall Recreation Room.
T h e theme of this dance is ^ S h a n gri-la." The Harry Vincent Orchestra will provide t h e music for the
evening.
General chairmen for the event
are J a n e Szurek and Sally Jones,
Sophomores. Also, Mary Ellen Collins '01, Refreshments.
Chaperones for this formal will
be: David Hartley, Dean of Men,
and Mrs. Hartley; and Howard H.
Flierl, Associate Professor of Geography, and Mrs. Fleirl.
Senate's Adenda Includes
Resignation, NEWS Letter
Final elections will be held T h u r s Uy I50I5
day and Friday at which time two
l iris will lie selected as a t t e n d a n t s ,
The lirst item on Ibis week's Sentwo as ushi is lor Campus in: hi and ate agenda was the reading ol a
a queen who will reign over the
letter ol resign,it ion Irom Senator
campus lor one year.
J o h n Sullivan, 'til. President Helwig
A t t e n d a n t s for the queen's court announced t h a t a replacement to
this post will probably be appointhave been nominated by the J u n - ed by next week.
iors. Sophomores, and
Ircshmen. Letter to News
Two will be selected Irom each class
Senior Senator Fowler then read
by the class presidents, Robert llel- a letter lo the S t a t e College News
suggesting t h a t a news-story type
wig, (it) and Barr\ Dlslcr 'til.
report of S e n a t e proceedings be in(inly upperclassmen are permitted cluded in flic News each week. This
to vote in the election ol the C a m - column should either supplement or
replace 'hi' present column Senate
pus Queen.
voted ti • dorse this letter.
Two columns
This writer feels thai it would be
best to have two separately Written
columns concerning Senate One column should be written by a SenuleClinton Roberts, who is the Director of Placement, announces
appoinlcd-or approved-reporter tthe
t h a t all Seniors majoring in
Secretary of S t u d e n t
Association,
Mathematics and Science are to
p e r h a p s i . This column would tell
register
for
interviews. This
just what h a p p e n s at. meetings, it
must be accomplished
from
would actually be extended minutes
Monday through Friday. T h e
of the meeting.
lime has been set for registerFeature article
ing between the hours of t and
Another column, which would not
ti p.m. This notice also applies
report t h e exact proceedings, would
to Hie g r a d u a t e students who
comment on any general or specific
have majors in these fields.
events a t S e n a t e meetings or directly concerning Senate.
It is also stressed t h a t all
lteason
Seniors must see Huberts in t h e
If would be to the advantage of
near future to complete their
the whole s t u d e n t body to have a
folders in time for the beginning
report of S e n a t e proceedings. It
of interviews
Notice
lllMKi:
is not possible to cover all sides ol
an issue in a le.iluie article, and
the writer's opinions are bound to
effect Ins story.
Additional business
The Camp Bill was not discussed,
since more information is needed
Senate then voted to endorse the
action ol Pi G a m m a Mu to choose
n preseiii.it n rs to represent S t u d ent Association at the Conference
at Skidniore.
Notice
There \\\\\
be a compulsory
meeting
of all
organization
treasurers on Tuesday at 7:30
p.m. in Brubacher, to clarify
the submitting of reports, a n nounces J a m e s Dougherty 'til,
Vice President of Student Association.
All reports for the first period iup lo October JJti) must be
submitted prior to this meeting.
The names of organizations
not attending the meeting will
be reported to Student Senate.
Senate will take any necessary
action.
Since (his is t h e first time reports are being used, there is a n
excuse for t h e present contusion. 'There will be no excuse in
December,
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