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STATE C O L L E G E NEWS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1 9 5 9
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By T H E CYNICS O F PDR
E x t r a ! E x t r a ! Latest report on a - f r a u d ! More o n the "Rush Order
from t h e D o r m Field side of t h e
t h e College C a m p : By s t u d e n t sen
are vote " D I D D M I (Biology Heaven room. "Give t h e little m a n some recand La!id o f T r e k S f T e n a t e I n - oghition" (All candidates will be V
vestigatorsi will heretofore be closed tall.) T h e old average question c a m e
to students except for inspection up an^d was voted d o w n - N o w everydenr„^dcc°oUanrtahe0ninsS:
tion p a r t y b u t c a n n o t go there on
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other sundry h a z a r d s deemed too
trepidous for nature-lovers.
P a r e n t s ' Day a n n o u n c e m e n t from
a Senator in front af the room: "If
you're dressed up, come to the P a r ents' Day Coffee Hour." In t h e future all Senators will consult Vogue
a n d ' Mademoiselle.
Af fv,i f ( h » Qpninr Spiritor
wished t V ' T i e uci loos J ends" and
wishea to u e up l o o s e e u u s w «
asked if anyone wanted to go to
Camp this S a t u r d a y , faena yourseu
to c a m p ! Be AWABH.
After a necessary break to t h e
Union, Senate took up t h e "rush
order" of t h e evening—"Who's W h o "
(Or is it, "What's What?) T h e magic
number is 31 again this year, so
get our your P a p e r - m a t e s and vote!
W h a t is Who's Who? O n e Senator
t h o u g h t it m i g h t be a m o n e y - m a k ing scheme!!! because t h e book is
sold to p a r e n t s of students duly
elected to it.
"Number
13" was
extremely
"shook a t t h e t h o u g h t of WW being
AjffcUM Ojf State
By KEVIN McSIIANE
On Monday, November 23, a t 4
, n D r a p e r 3 4 g ft S y m p o s i u m
O h sing ye all t h e praises of t h e
on G r a d u a t e Schools will b e h e l d Beat Generation, Its art, its personwhich all Seniors, g r a d u a t e students, ality, a n d its values!
faculty, and members of t h e a d T h e recent illumination of this
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Faculty m e m b e i s wm givela onei
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actions to their neurosis. I n s t e a d of
accepting his calmly and p e r h a p s
blushing modestly w h e n it occasionly .shows, like t h e rest of us do, t h e
sickle is torn between outwardly
denying a n d inwardly relishing- his
^ e a s toe B e a t n i c k j s
difr
proud of his label, glories in it, a n d
c « n e i n t o c o n t a c t with it, flaunts his practiced scowl as a
but blatant cultists here
b a d g e " of" individuality, t h e Sickle
f DB f if „ H ^ P V P , - t h e Kt.pnHfa.it.lv rionies r.n
himself nnrl
wil testify.
However, t h e steadfastly denies to himself a n d
it h a s received h a s ob- t h e world any deviation from t h e
He is a devoutn p supporter
far larger b u t inherently norm.
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Associate
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t h e rPDR—this
push Columbia;
Robert C r e t a n , Profes- a t S t a t e
ing American Homes a n d Gardens,
sor of Philosophy, on Duke; William a t t e n t i o n
SSeennaat toe proceeded
proceeded to
to get
get very
very ene n - D u m b l e t o n , Assistant Professor of scured a
wholesome comm0
tangled in j u s t who could be n o m i n - English
on Pennsylvania; Violet
recognition L a r n e y , ' Professor of Mathematics, less vehement minority which, to M.AL w a y 0 f life which he imitates
ated
lor
ncxt
week's
poll—tread lightly you accelerating o n Wisconsin; C a t h e r i n e Newbold, a n even greater extent, reflects the as wholeheartedly as he envies it.
people. Do you know what class Assistant Professor of Social Studies, trends of t h e times. T h i s group, if For this reason he is difficult to spot.
you're in??? Various qualifications o n Michigan; Paul Bruce Pettit, it can be called such, is si little recA sicknick m a y be posing as your
t h a t the voter should keep in mind Assistant Professor of English, on
ognized
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fraternity
brother, your teacher, or
a r e : cheerfulness, thriftiness, clean- Cornell; Townsend Rich, C h a i r m a n ,
liness, and other Boy Scout criteria. D e p a r t m e n t of English, on Yale. if t h e r e a r e no violent objections, I y o u r d a t e for this weekend. Yes,
Classic C o m m e n t s e m a n a t i n g from
An informal reception will follow shall now take it upon myself to therein lies a n o t h e r of the tragedies
the P D R :
" W e s e e m t 0 b e m i s s i n s a t h e Symposium in the faculty d i n - c h l . l s t e n it.
witnessed a t S t a t e - f r e s h M
often
counle of S e n a t o r s every time we ing room. Refreshments will be
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m . s u p p U e d b y W o o d m w W U s o n Found^ ears—just raise your h a n d . " ation. This will be done through Sicknicks. A Sicknicks may differ in imitating these s t a g n a n t , superfi"Let's have a break—I have to go to their campus representative, Vivian types or severity, but their distln- cial Sicknicks. And jeepers, kids,
the j - - - . '
C. Hopkins, Professor of English, guishing characteristic is their r e - they're even worse t h a n Litterbugs.
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Soccer Donee Tomorrow Night;
Almost Paradise in Brubacher
Tomorrow night from 9 to 12 p.m.
in Brubacher Dining Hall, S t u d e n t
Union Board will sponsor a dunce,
"Almost Paradise," which will formally close State's soccer season.
Dancing' will be to the music of Lenny Ricardi and his orchestra. I n
addition to free admission, flowers
will be given to the girls. A fifteenm i n u t e time extension will be given
to freshmen attending the soccer
dance.
T h e dance program will consist of:
the coronation of the soccer queen,
the most valuable player award, the
introduction of t h e Senior soccer
players and the a n n o u n c e m e n t of
the new co-captains for the 11)60
soccer season.
Guest speaker for the evening will
be Joseph Garcia. Assistant Professor of Physical Education. Co-ordinator of S t u d e n t Union Board Activities is J a m e s McNully, Master of
Ceremonies.
Co-chairmen for "Almost P a r a dise" are J a m e s Catone '02 and MarSenate:
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2 0 , 1 9 5 9
'The Co untry Shop7 Sponsors
Campus Chest Fashion Show
ton, freshmen; Decorations, Mary
a|ji.7 '6«viinu
OKVCU MysiinmysmiEiien Tapley
0 and Steven
Neil Raymond '63.
ski '62 cleanup,
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T h e De<
ii!tereSinde^attagBra
anyone interested in decorating „ . . .
presented toThe Country
and the
com„,
be Candy
mentator for the affair will be
Candy Campbell,
Campbell, '61.
61. Models
Models for
lor the
the evening
evening are
are Marsha
Marsha
~M.u...i*«&14, Angie
*m&^ Castagnclo,
^^.u^i.clo, Ann
Ann Fleming
Fleming and
and Steven
Steven Hoover,
Hoover, Seniors;
Seniors; Donna
Donna Steele,
Steele,
Cavanaugh,
Judith
Schoylas, Joan Heywood, Deanna Diamond, James Clavell, and William Pasquella,
'
Juniors; Patricia Jones, Anne Marie Bahr, Mary Stemple, Lily Manleve, Constance Bal-
for the dance to meet in Brubacher i u t < ? , J u d i t h N l S S i m .
Dinlng Room a t 6:30 p.m. tomorrow.
Chaperones for t h e evening include Erich Nussbaum, Assistant
Professor of M a t h e m a t i c s , and Mrs.
Nussbaucn; Harold S. Story Associate Prolessor of Physics, and Mrs.
Story, and David T r e h a r n e , Men's
Dorm Director, and Mrs. T r e h a r n e .
Sunday S t u d e n t Union Board is
sponsoring a jazz concert in B r u bacher Lower Lounge from 3-5 p.m.
Michael Snbini '60, President of
T h e Jazz Spokesmen will provide the
F o r u m of Politics, announces t h a t
entertainment.
Tuesday Dr. F r a n k P. G r a h a m will
speak in P a g e Hall a t 1 p.m. His
topic will be " T h e United Nations in
t h e Atomic Age." All students and
faculty who a r e free a t this time arc
urged to a t t e n d . T h e program will
c o n s t i t u t e S t a t e College's United
Nations Day celebration.
M-R
P.M
H-L Dec 10 Thursday
A.M G r a h a m
D-G
P.M
G r a h a m h a s been active in n a A-C Dec. 11, Friday
A.M tional as well as international afFreshmen
fairs. He was President of the UniS-Z Dec. 14, Monday
A.M
M-R
P.M versity of N o r t h Carolina from 1930H-L Dec. 15, Tuesday
A.M 1949. G r a h a m has been a m e m b e r of
D-G
P.M the P r e s i d e n t ' s Committee on EduA-C Dec. 16, Wednesday
A.M cation a n d Civil Rights, a special
advisor to the UN, Secretary of S t a t e
on I n d o n e s i a n affairs in 1948, and
a United S t a t e s S e n a t o r from North
Carolina.
T h e C o u n t r y S h o p is supplying
the door prizes. T h e girls' outfit consists of a yelow dacron blouse a n d
plaid wool pleated skirt.
Men's Outfit
T h e m e n ' s award is a plaid sweater and ma telling tarn. Pictures of
the outfit are posted in the Lower
Peristyles. Forty outfits will be
shown Friday evening.
Admission
T h e price of admission is $.50 and
all proceeds will go to the Campus
Chest Drive. T h e purchaser of t h e
ticket does not have to be p r e s e n t
in order to win a door prize. T h e r e
Forum Presents
Guest Speaker
Tuesday, Page
Second Term Registration
Starts After Thanksgiving
T h e Registrar's Office announces
second semester registration plans.
S t u d e n t s will pick, up their [jackets
and directions in t h e Draper Rot u n d a according' to the schedule below. Morning hours are 9-11:30 a.m.
Afternoon hours are 1-3:30 p.m. All
fees will be collected February 1-5,
I960.
S t u d e n t s withdrawing from t h e
college in J a n u a r y m u s t file withdrawal forms in the S t u d e n t Personnel Oil ice, Draper 110.
Special instructions for second
semester teachers are available from
their supervisors.
Student., whose class code is "30"
must re-apply to Uf. Schultze.
Grads & Seniors
A.M.
P-Z Dec. 3, Thursday
P.M.
L-O
A.M.
G-K Dec. 4 Friday
P.M.
A-F
Juniors
A.M.
S-Z Dec. 7, Monday
P.M.
L-R
A.M.
F - K Dec. 8 Tuesday
P.M.
A-E
Sophomores
S-Z Dec. iJ, Wednesday
A.M.
VOL. XLIV, NO. 2 4
garet Lazarou '63. C o m m i t t e e s and
their c h a i r m e n include: A r r a n g e m e n t s , C y n t h i a Hodge '63; Publicity,
Valerie Golern '63; Invitations, J a c The highlight and finale of this years Campus Chest drive will be
queline
Lindsay
'63;
Programs,
Sheri
herii McCormack anci Daie"jage- night in the Lower Lounge of Brubacher Hall, under the sponsorship of
mmnn.
a n n , Sophomores;
Refreshments, shoo.
S h o p , Lark
L a r k Street.
S t r e e t , Albanv
A l b a n y . The Fashion Show will commence at 8 p.m.
sophomores; Refreshments,
D e a n n a Abraamson a n d J o a n Nor- „ „ „ , A „ i . „ „ r„„ n „ „
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Editor Speaks
On Diplomacy
Saville R. Davis, M a n a g i n g Editor
of the Christian Science Monitor
newspaper, will be the speaker at
11 a.m. on Wednesday, December 2,
in Page Hall on the topic, ' S u m m i t
Diploma, y and W h a t Lies Behind
It." All college students and faculty
who are able to attend are encouraged to do so.
Ills talk will take a behind the
scenes look at the problems and conflicts ol foreign policy which arc'
largely unknown to t h e American
public.
Davis
Davis is a nationally known commentator
on
tlie
international
scene. He first worked as a reporter
on the Christian Science .Monitor
and then extended Ins activities to
radio news, writing and broadcasting prior to World War II. In HJ.'i!)
he served as S t a t e Department Correspondent in Washington, D. c ,
and during the war was a correspondent in the Mediterranean area, lie
has served as Chiel of t h e London
News Bureau and as television news
commentator.
Students and faculty are invited
to attend an evening ol readings
from literature by the class m Oral
Interpretation. The program, llie
second of the sea. nil. will he held
Tuesday at It p.m. in Draper 349.
Program
Selections for the evening are
based on the complexities in the relationship of age and youth, tradition and reaction. Included m the
program a l e : Kathleen Conrad til
reading "Crabbed Age and Youth"
iy Robert Louis Stevenson; c ieraldine
Krucy.uk '61, "Sixteen" by Jessamyn
West; Diane O'Hare til, an excerpt
A symposium on g r a d u a t e schools
from "The Lute George Apley" by
J o h n P. Marquaud; K e n n e t h T a y - will la; held Monday in Draper 349
lor, "Sunday Dinner in Brooklyn" af -1 p.m. lo which all G r a d s , Senby Anatoli; Broyurd;
and
Kay iors, faculty and members of the
Walker, " T h e Fifty Yard D a s h " by administration are invited.
William Saroyau.
Talks
Change of Directors
T h e following faculty members will
Agnes E. Futterer, Professor of give talks on Die universities where
English, who retired this spring, lias they have done g r a d u a t e work:
been the director in the past, I'lna Morris Berger, Associate Professor
year J a r k a Burial), Assistant P r o - of Education, Columbia;
Robert
fessor of Englirh, will be the direc- Creega.ii, Professor of Philosophy,
tor. Burial) has elected to do all Duke; William Dumbleton, Assistthe coaching rather t h a n have stu- a n t Professor of English, P e n n s y l dents assist as they have done in vania; Violet Larney, Professor of
previous years.
Mathematics, Wisconsin; C a t h e r i n e
Tins is the second ol three pro- Newbold, Assistant Professor of Soductions to be presented this year. cial Studies, Michigan; Paul Bruce
T h e third will be presented sometime Pettit, Professor of English, Cornell;
before Christmas and will have a Townsend Rich, C h a i r m a n of the
English Department, Yale.
C h r i s t m a s theme.
Faculty Members
Discuss Schools
Phone (i 31110
Carl Sorenaon, Mgr.
State
Oral Interp
Holds Evening
DIAL 4-1125
217 Western Ave.
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must, of course, be someone with
the stub of t h e winning ticket in
the audience.
Dress
Since the F a s h i o n Show is being
held in t h e Lower Lounge and most
of the outfits being shown are casual,
the dress for the evening will also
be casual.
Chinese Auctions
Chinese Auctions end today. Items
will be auctioned off in t h e cafeteria
at 11 a.m. and 12 a.m. Among those
things to be auctioned off are F a c ultv waiters, frosh waitresses, a Coop item, sorority surprise packages,
and Hist place in registration line.
Inter-Sorority CouncilQuotes
Final Rushing Dates, Rules
Nancy Lou R y a n '60, President of Wednesday — Silent period ends, 8
Inter-Sorority Council, announces
a.m.
the following final rules concerning
December 5—Formal d i n n e r s will be
rushing.
held, 7-11 p.m. Silent period beTomorrow Conflict parties 2-5 p.m.
gins 11 p.m.
Silent period begins a t 5 p.m.
Sunday a n d Monday — F r e s h m e n December 7—Preference cards signed by rushees and returned to
may speak to sorority members
between 12 and 1 p.m. on these
S t u d e n t Personnel Office by
days concerning a r r a n g e m e n t s
12:30 p.m.
for rides home for vacation, and
not for any o t h e r reason.
December 8—Formal bids sent out
in S t u d e n t Mail, 9 a.m. Silent
Since 1961 Dr. G r a h a m h a s been a
Tuesday Invitations to formal d i n special UN representative for I n period
ends. Pledge service and
ners will be given out in Room
dia and P a k i s t a n in relation to t h e
supper will be held.
108.
K a s h m i r dispute. In view of tliis
background, G r a h a m is well qualiS t u d e n t s can pick up information
fied to speak on the "UN in t h e
concerning
the general procedure in
Atomic Age."
the S t u d e n t Personnel Office today
and consult the College Handbook
for further rules.
Milne Class
Presents Play
Crusaders Play
At Winter!ude
Winterlude, the a n n u a l
formal
sponsored by both
Inter-Sorority
Council and I n t e r - F r a t e r n i t y Councill will be held Friday, December
T h e Senor class at Milne will p r e - 11, from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. at Crooked
sent their a n n u a l play tomorrow Lake Hotel. Girls will be given 3 a.m.
night, in Page Hall at 8:30 p.m. Un- hours.
der the direction ol William C.
K l a u s , Assistant Professor of Eng- Music
lish Education, assisted by Charles
The Crusaders from Holy Cross
Weed '(it), the class Will present, the will provide the music lor the eve"Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee ning. This group has been favorably
Williams.
received af t h e following colleges:
Syracuse, Colgate, Union, RPI. H a r Senior Cast
vard, and Yale. They have played
lia haled in the cast are Victoria lor the Sigma Lambda Sigma Spring
Brooks. C a t h y Hendrickhuii, Ken- Formal oil this c a m p u s lor the last
n e t h Hoffman and S t e p h e n Whitley. two v ears.
T h e plot of the play evolves
around a m o t h e r who is very auxioiis to marry her daughter oil. T h e
daughter, however, is shy and selfconscious of her crlppleness and
t h e n lore has a difficult tune in adjusting to tlie normal life she wants
to lead. Eventually she meets a boy
who helps her regain some confidence.
Nellie Hemingway 'lid, Editor
of (he Directory, has announced
t h a t t h e r e will be a delay In Hie
release uf this year's Directory.
The delay is due tu the printing
company which was changed
this year.
T h e s t u d e n t Directory is a
compilation of the n a m e s and
addresses of all the students anil
faculty m e m b e r s on campus.
T h e Annual Diocesan Newman
Club Banquet will beheld on S u n da, y December (j. at (i p.m. at the
Empire Room ol the S h e r a t o n - T e n
Eyek Hotel m Albany.
T h e Newman Club at Albany College ol Education will act as host.
T h e guest ol hollo] will b • the Very
Reverend Moiisignor William Slavin,
loiiner Diocesan Director of the
Nowiuun Clubs 11955-59i in Albany
and at present pastor of Our Lady
lllds
liui.', lor the dance will go on sale of Vie lory Parish m Troy.
Tuesday after Thanksgiving vacaT h e gut t speaker will be the
tion. They will be $2.50 per couple
Very Reverend Owen Beimel, O.F.M.,
Rector of St. A n t h u i i y - o n - t h c - H u d son, Rensselaer, Major Seminary of
the Immaculate Conception Province of tiie Franciscan F a t h e r s .
Dean's List Students
Excused Wednesday
Wednesday
at 11:50 a.m. the
Tickets may be obtained from any Thanksgiv ing recess
will
begin,
Milne Senior for $.75 or at the door state;, Oscar E. Lanford, Dean of
lor $1.00.
flu; College. Classes will resume
again after vacation at li a.m. Monday, November 30.
Notice
Newman Club
Holds Dinner
However, there are some students
to whom tins does not apply and
who may be absent on the above
mentioned dates. T h i s includes.
I. Undergraduates on the Dean's
List.
2. G r a d u a t e s t u d e n t s with a 3.5
average for the preceding semester.
The Newman Glee Club, under
the direction of Madeline Despres
and iicccEupauicd by
Douglas
Fraiilu; 'til will perform.
Invitations have been extended to
His Excellency Bishop Scully, Bishop
of Albany Diocese, Reverend George
Phillips, Chaplain a t Oneouta State
College of Education and the present
Albany Diocesan Director of Newm a n Clubs, Newman Club Chaplains
of the Diocese, t h e President and
Dean of S t a l e College, Catholic
members of the faculty, and the Alumni Association of tlie Newman
Club.
TKkets limy be obtained a t the
3. Other students excused by t h e
Dean's office or the S t u d e n t Per* Newman Center, 12(3 Western Avesonnel office, before tlie absence.
nue, a t $4.00 per person.
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S
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Dippikill
Kxbfuial K&fxete
Why has State's biggest white elephant become a dark
horse that may pull through? Why are some people here
at State suddenly wanting to keep Dippikill?
Granted, I've never been there, but what's more I'll
probably never get there. When a student has a free weekend he probably can't get a group of his friends together
to go out and "commune with nature." Chances are he
would rather sleep, catch up on back work, or go home.
He can see beautiful scenery along the Thruway on the way
home and the food at home is better!
Why not sell Dippikill? With the northway going
through the land ten miles from Dippikill, we shouldn't
have to take too big a loss.
What to do with $40,000 or more? Surplus is easily
spent as we all realize. (Going home for Thanksgiving or
money?) There must be some area up near Thacher Park,
within an hours traveling distance of school where we can
buy a camp site. This could be used by more students and
would be within traveling distance for the almighty Greeks,
sororities and fraternities being the main interest of most
individuals.
You can all laugh but why not give SUB more money
for dancers. More students derive enjoyment from them
than the number of students enjoying Dippikill.
Somewhere I picked up the rumor the Dippikill had
become the hangout of a select few and outsiders weren't
welcome. Nice! Let's invest more of our money for someone else's pleasure. The principle—it is better to give than
to receive—can be carried too far!
M.T.
The Governor Travels
We have been noting with increased interest the activities of our Governor in the past few weeks. We feel that
although New York State has seen very little of its chief
administrator, he has been justified in making these trips
out West. Rockefeller is definitely an excellent possibility
for the presidential nomination. But we think that he has
many barriers to break clown before he can officially declare himself a candidate.
We see the problem this way. In the past eight years
Vice-President Nixon has built up the office of V.P. into
an almost inpenetrable stronghold. In the process he
has granted many favors to top Republican leaders and
they feel indebted to Nixon for this.
Rockefeller in his past trips has tried to break through
this stronghold and to some extent has been successful.
Barring any unusual happening the next president will occupy the White House for the next 8 years;
This is a must year for the Governor. He is 51 years old.
If Rockefeller doesn't run now he would be 59 before he
got another clear chance at the presidency, but this is
too old and many things can happen in that time. On
the other hand if he does run now and is defeated by Nixon
his political career would be finished.
His only solution is to attack Nixon's stronghold of
supporters now and try to shift them over to his side. If
he fails, he will be finished as a leading contender. He is
now holding up his decision until he can be assured that
he has a good chance.
The Governor has demonstrated his ability to us and
we feel that a man of his ability should occupy the White
House. Therefore we cannot criticize him for his recent
neglect of New York State.
R.C.G.
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S T A T E C O L L E G E N E W S FRIDAY, N O V E M B E R 2 0 , 1 9 5 9
FRIDAY, N O V E M B E R 2 0 , 1 9 5 9
The Facade
By PASQUERELLA a n d L E W I S
By DAVE FELDMAN
WHY I S I T THAT—they don't
flavor s t a m p mucilage . . . everyone is so concerned about c r a n berries; nobody likes t h e m a n y way. . . . S t a t e doesn't have a course
in basketweaving . . . we don't have
more space. . . . S t u d e n t Senate
meets . . . there's n o t a n honorary
for a p a t h e t i c s a t S t a t e ; we could
n a m e it D o n t a Giva D a m m a . . . if
Rockefeller is so sure we're going to
double our incomes in ten years h e
doesn't give us a n advance now?
PALACE
Beloved Infidel — Gregory Peck,
Deborah K e r r — T h i s one is a m u s t
Small W H I T E Elephant—LARGE Cost.
lor aJl you fans who've been waiting
to h a v e your h e a r t s clutched by a
tender tale of unfailing love a n d
devotion. ( H u h ? ) Peck a n d K e r r
present a lovely picture as h e
smashes h e r with a chair leg to
prove his faith a n d loyalty a n d to
By LEVIN and T H O M P S O N
release t h e tensions which pile up
inside him d u r i n g his eight hours
a day a t t h e c a r wash. S h e r e "First t h e Tide Rushes In"—Ebb Tide
taliates viciously by starching t h e
MUCK-MERRY
collars of h i s w a s h a n d wear- s h i r t s
We give t h a n k s for t h a t time of t h e year—namely, this time of Uie
and sewing cuffs o n his continental
year. T h e tide of events is such t h a t things are really muddied u p . We
.slacks.
d o n ' t know w h e t h e r to blame the tide, the full moon, or the mud, so
After both of these misfits a r e we'll give a wearied S K U B I D O O to all t h a t depressin' stuff.
rejected by their gossiping, s u b u r b a n
UNPRECEDENTED
community, she realizes t h a t he is
the only m a n for h e r and she e m We give t h a n k s for Thanksgiving. T h e main reason we like the
barks on a personal crusade to win holiday is for its vacation, fine food, and opportunity to c a t c h up on all
back his affections which m e a n - our missed school work. (Ha?i J u d g i n g from t h e n u m b e r of w a r n i n g s
while have been captured by t h e t h e efficient IBM m a c h i n e s have issued, it would be well for some to
impassioned voice of a beatnik fe- follow our infallible plan. Wo always m a n a g e to study the a n a t o m y of
male s q u a r e d a n c e c a l l e r . Every- birds over Thanksgiving, but there's no use r e h a s h i n g t h a t point. So—
thing works out fine in the end, gobbledygook to you, too.
and as t h e c u r t a i n closes we see o u r
two lovers walking a r m in a r m along DEMONSTRATIVE DEMONS
Times S q u a r e on New Years Eve
We give t h a n k s for our friendly co-students who prove their a m i c a singing "Auld Lange Syne."
bility by conversing on the s t a i r s or in t h e doorways a t t h e sound of a
bell. Between us we've lost three shoes by stepping in people's back
2nd S m a s h Hitr—Blood a n d Steel pockets. It's a long d a s h from third floor Richardson to t h i r d flow—John Lupton. Don't miss the big
Draper, and t h e o m u l - p r e s e n t obstacle course is enough to tick off a
scene of this tense thriller, a fight
Good Humor m a n .
to the d e a t h between a S h e r m a n
t a n k a n d a mongoose.
TRYING
GatnmaH- State*
STRAND
—30—Jack Webb, David Nelson.
In newspaper talk this means, "Uie
e n d " a n d t h a t j u s t about s u m s up
this reel. —The fast moving s a g a
of a small town editor and his ink
blooded copy boy, c a u g h t in t h e
webb of a n international cranberry
ring. We're not sure w h a t the story
is here b u t this flick is supposedly
a suspense filled comedy. This is
only an unbiased opinion but we
figure t h a t the greater s h a r e of t h e
suspense is supplied by Uie a u d i ence wondering whether Dave Nelson can lust through Uie flick without, Mom, Pop and kid brother to
back his play. Of course the h u m o r
is brought in by the fact t h a t J a c k
Webb had Uie guts to star in a n other movie.
IFC Announces
Upperclass Bids
Issued Monday
T h o u g h t For T h e Day: W h a t ever h a p p e n e d to cranberry juice for
breakfast?
Now to get back to something
more serious; t h a t subject \vc were
discussing last week—the problem
of us.
F r o m all reports no one u n d e r stood w h a t I was writing about last
week. T h a t ' s terrible! Maybe I'm
not expected to understand, but you
are.
T h e g r e a t e s t problem, as I said,
is t h a t we are far too concerned
with ourselves and our own spheres
of interest. We have no outside interest. We have no outside interests
t h a t do n o t directly bear upon ourselves, Everything; we say or do has
to do with us personally.
This whole problem has its origins in Beat-ism. T h e
Beatniks
(Whoever coined t h a t lousy word?)
m a i n t a i n t h a t they did not create
this awful mess of n world in which
they are living and they do not see
why they should try to fix it up.
T h e reason Why our generaton as
it whole h a s been tagged as t h e
'Beat G e n e r a t i o n ' is that we just
do not seem to care about the world.
We consider ourselves beaten by it
a n d we withdraw into ourselves as
an escape from its problems.
of carrying on such a discussion for
any length of tune. I n t h e second
place this night become as tedious
as the present bill ol fare.
This is to say however, t h a t this
present 'beat" tendency is increasing. We a r e the next generation of
decision makers. T h e decisions t h a t
we will m a k e years from now will
certainly be affected by t h e ways we
think right now.
Ths, I imagine, should all lead
to some answer or solution. Me? I
have no solution. I a m not even sure
t h a t it is a problem. How can there
be a problem unless some one is
concerned over something? P r o b a b ly t h a t is w h a t is most dangerous.
No one cares. Or p e r h a p s it is just
t h a t we a r e not aware of these
things at all.
At any r a t e it is always d a n g e r ous whenever our subjects of discussion become to narrow. We may
think of more i m p o r t a n t things in
our quiet moments, b u t it is not so
much we t h i n k as what we say.
C.C. Changes
Bulletin Board
1. I n t e r - F r a t e r n i t y Council shall
determine t h e day and horn- when
bids shall be issued and returned.
2. A rushee m u s t have been in a t tendance at this college for at least
one semester prior to date bids are
issued.
:i. T h e r e shall be no oral or written bids or suggestions of bids issued to any rushee until the date
set for official bidding.
4. I.F.C. bids shall be issued tit 9
a.m. on the m o r n i n g of the agreed
bid-issue date, and the bids must
be returned by 5 p.m. of the same
day.
a. Silent period shall begin for
each fraternity member a t the start
of the bid session on the day before
bid-issue date, a n d shall continue
until 5 p.m. on the day bids are
scheduled to be returned. During
this time a period of silence shall
exist between all members of any
fraternity and all eligible rushees.
Our discussions, for instance, rarely
wander into the realm of objective
topics. Listen in on any group sitt i n g in t h e Union, the cafeteria,
t h e commons or whenever stude n t s i particular or otherwise) congregate. T h e subjects we discuss are
usually concerned with the problems
t h e world litis cast on our poor, tired
shoulders. T h e pronouns I, we, and
us constantly appear.
T h i s is not to say that we should
spend all our free time in philosophical, intellectual, or world events
discussions. In t h e first place I
wonder how many of us are capable
Josephine Pie'truck
'GO G r a n d
Marshal of Campus Commission a n nounces that t h e location of the
S t u d e n t Exchange Bulletin Board,
formerly located by the Co-op with
t h e Rides Bulletin Board, h a s been
changed to a new postion. I t is now
located on the same side of Draper
peristyle as the Co-op next to t h e
girls' locker room.
Counter Use
All individuals and organizations
who wish to use the S t u d e n t Counter in lower Draper must first obtain permission from Campus Commission.
(i. Any pledge whose pledge is
broken shall be ineligible to receive
u bid from any fraternity during Uie
following semester.
7. No fraternity may issue a bid
to any man who has resigned from
any fraternity on campus until one
year h a s elapsed from the date of
resignation and t h e n only with the
sanction of t h e Council.
8. Should a fraternity expel a
member, this person shall be able
to receive, from any other fraternity,
a bid, as early as the next bid session.
Don Loopman '60, President of
I n t e r - F r a t e r n i t y Council, announces
t h a t upperclassmen bids will be issued Monday.
Upperclass rushces are asked to
chock s t u d e n t mail for notices regarding bids. During this period the
following regulations are in effect:
Jlouie eMaadi A
K a p p a Delta
Alene R a b e '61 is t h e general
c h a i r m a n of t h e Conflict
Party
known as "O Kady's Saloon" a n nounces Nancy McGowan '60, President'.
I'si G a m m a
T h e following were pledged: Ann
Farrell, Elizabeth Forbes, Ann I g ler, S a n d r a
King,
and Roberta
Shoemaker.
M a r g a r e t O'Donnell and Melanie
Quackenbush '62, a r e co-chairmen
for t h e F o r m a l Weekend, announces
Mildred Pasek '60, President,
Chi Sigma T h e t a
Nancy Lou Ryan, '60, P r e s i d e n t
announces t h e c o m m i t t e e s for
the conflict party. T h e y a r e : G e n eral C h a i r m a n , B a r b a r a Blackall
'GO, e n t e r t a i n m e n t ; Louise T o r n a tore '61 refreshment's;
Margaret
Walker '61; invitations, Miss Ryan.
G a m m a K a p p a Phi
Conflict
party chairmen
have
been a n n o u n c e d according to Joyce
Pemucci '60, President. T h e y a r e :
e n t e r t a i n m e n t , Gail K a s p a r i a n '61;
n a m e tags, Carol Connelly '62; r e freshments, P a t r i c i a F a n c h e r '62;
invitations, B a r b a r a Manse '62.
Kappa Beta
J a c k Trombly '60 announces t h e
committees for their formal rush
party to be held Friday, J a n u a r y
8, a t the Aurania Club. T h e G e n e r al C h a i r m a n is J a c k Andersen,
Co C h a r m e n are Ronald
Coslick
and David Brooker; E n e t r t a i n m e n t ,
Robert
Steinhauer;
Decorations,
Garry Lynch, and Guests, Michael
Sabini.
Alpha Pi Alpha
Merle Miller, '60, President h a s
announced t h a t 'the P a r l i a m e n t a r ian is J o h n Lucas.
Sigma L a m b d a Sigma
Sigma L a m b d a Sigma will have
an open house Sunday from 5-8
p.m. Barry J a m a s o n , '60, President
We give t h a n k s for the lovely and numerous cigarette receptacles,
which are usually empty, no butts about, it. It's more fun scrounging
b u t t s from the floor though. . , . We give t h a n k s for the Milne productions in our own Pago Hull, but suggest t h a t they pick on the spacious
Albany High a u d i t o r i u m instead. We a n t i c i p a t e the Milne senior play
as this year's S t a t e College Revue, or vice versa.
INTROSPECTION
We give t h a n k s for coincidental rush parties, and t h e hours of welcome silence. Many m u t u a l and fairly i m p o r t a n t decisions will be made
this weekend, To the bewitched, bothered and bewildered—be wary.
Four years is a long time to spend Willi someone you don't like; b u t
it's also too s h o r t a tune to .spend with those whose friendship you
value. TH1MK.
DONE GONE
We give t h a n k s for retrospection; if enables us to c o m m e n t on events
of the past. We know oi no one who was not e n t h u s e d with the smooth
planning and warm a t m o s p h e r e ol Parents' Day. Attendance was outstanding, winch proves that the frosn have t h a t spirit, a l t e r all And
tin: faculty shone by their presence and their association with parents.
Topped by Uie excellent theatrical production, which was all we predicted
IS IT T R U E THAT—Ed Vesneske it would be, it may truly be said t h a t things are looking up.
and Lu Call strike fear into the
h e a r t s of hoodlums . . . t h a t the ENTHRALLING
good guys win everyplace but in
We give t h a n k s for the a n n u a l Soccer Dance, the Who's Who exlcTT
Albany. . . . Hollywood wants to get sion, etc., etc., etc. At tomorrow night's dance, we arc all cordially inhold of the films of last Sunday's vited to secure valuable inlorinntlon. Meet your spoiling celebrities, the
football game for "The Norm Van member.', ol the team, and the t e n n i s sccrel svu'i thearl
As lor Who's
Hrockhn S t o r t y " . . . with all this Who, it provided the biggest laugh ol the week when a potential voter
pornography floating around it's al- returned a blank ballot because she did noi know one out ol l o r t y - t o u r
most impossible to buy a porno- nominees. Oh well, her reason., were \ulid!
graph . . . the writers of this column
arc
liwng
on
borrowed ? OK THE WEEK
time? . • .
Will you be given the bird'.'
Notice
The following request has been
received from the Albany Home,
tor Children: Men anil women
students are needed to do recreation work with groups ol children on Saturdays and Sundays
from 1-H p.m. An hourly r a l e of
Sl.:;.r> will be paid or $17.50 for
the weekend. Any interested
students should contact
Mr.
Hope a t this phone number,
•Ylbaiiy 8-3367.
Ity action of the Student Senate, the S t a t e Colege Camp located a t T h e Glen, New York,
has officially been closed to all.
Anyone found trespassing on t h e
property, except with permission
ol the S t u d e n t Senate Committee concerned with the College
('.imp shall be liable to prosecution.
College Calendar
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER \'A, 195!)
8:00 a.m. Fashion Show, Bin Lounge
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, PJ59
""2760-5": 00* p . m . - Sorority Conflict P u n y .
U.'M) p i n . "Gloss Menagerie", Page.
0:00-12:00 Soccer Dance, "Almost Paradise", Hru Dining Hall.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBEIt U, 105!)
5-b p.m. SLS Open House, 15i> S. b a k e Ave.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1059
3:00 p.m. Faculty F o r u m on G r a d u a t e Schools.
T l ESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1950
If U0 p.m. Oral InU-ip , D. 349.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1951)
12:00 noon Happy Tiiank.sgivuig.
menthol fresh • rich tobacco taste • modern filter, too
NOW MORE
THAN EVER
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refreshes your taste
m
lull ill
has announced t h a t there will be
dancing to t h e music of Zach Clemens.
Due to the IFC ruling on quiet
hours, no upperclassmen eligible for
rushing may a t t e n d the open house.
F r e s h m e n and first-semester t r a n s fers may a t t e n d however.
SCA Meets,
Hears Talk
T h e S t u d e n t Christian Association
will hold its next monthly meeting
this Sunday a t 7 p.m. in B r u b a c h e r
Upper Lounge.
T h e topic, " T h e Mission of t h e
C h u r c h in Today's World," will be
discussed by Miss Hester Jason, who
is affiliated with the National S t u d e n t C h r i s t i a n Federation.
T h e evening will open with a wors h i p service to be conducted by B a p tist students. T h e r e will be a brief
business meeting followed by t h e
guest speaker a n d a question a n d
discussion period. Refreshments will
be served following the meeting.
Jason
Miss Jason, a native of the Philippine Islands, is studying in the field
of Christian Education at Yale D i vinity School. S h e received her
Bachelor of Science degree in education from Silliinan University and
was the National Youth D u e c t o r of
t h e United Church of Christ of t h e
Philippines. Miss J a s o n was the r e cipient of an Observation Scholarship from the Commission on E c u m enical Mission and Relations of the
United Presbyterian Church, U.S.A.,
in 1954-55.
All interested people are welcome
to a t t e n d this meeting and are u r g ed to participate in the evening.
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STATE C O L L E G E N E W S F R I D A Y , NOVEMBER 2 0 . 1 0 5 9
STATE COLLEGE N E W S FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2 0 . 1 9 5 9
AMIA:
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A Newcomer's View
Rocket Fuel
Why Potter W o n
For Better
Compus Life
Sunday, November fifteenth, marked the termination
By GARY PENFIELD
A M I A Hoop Preview
Things Guaranteed
To Happen
By JOHN MODDER
These are the dog days for a Sports writer (if I may
be so bold as to label myself) because it's in between seaof the AMIA football league for another year when the o.c.
final game was played between the league champs, Potter "WAA Rocket Fuel for B e t t e r sons. Soccer is over. Its to early to write about basketball
Life" will prevail as t h e and intramural basketball has not started yet.
Club, and the league All-Star team. That muddy field once Campus
theme of t h e Oswego Conference
So it's a period for theorizing, thinking and analyzing.
again provoked a great deal of inconvenience for all of the to be held December 5 and 6
players, but nevertheless drew blood and held it for a six T h e agenda for the Conference i n - It's a period of arguing with the other members of the sport
cludes discussion groups, banquet,
to nothing victory over the All-Stars.
staff about who is going to win the Rose Bowl or the Cotton
dance a n d synchronized swimming
Bowl or the flop of the RANGERS and KNICKERBOCKshow,
a
n
d
displays
of
individual
Although it was a team victory all the way for Potter,
organizations. Delegates blast- ERS.
special recognition must be given to Herm Altmann and WAA
ing off from S t a t e will be M a r y
After a lot of thinking and analyzing the following I
Pete Barbagelata. Herm set up the game's winning touch- Lou Vamosy, Lois Agne, Lola J o h n feel the following are guaranteed to happen in the near
down in the first period by intercepting an All-Star pass son, a n d Rosalie Congdon.
future . . . coke will be spilled on somebody's head while
and racing to the one yard line with it. He also was the Eligible?
one who was constantly dogging the All-Star quarterback Council is scouting around for being passed up in the stands . . . the public address system will squeal. . . 200 latecomers will be turned away from
and in many cases forcing him to hurry his passes.
eligible nominees as candidates for
the door . . . a freshman will be mistaken for a Milne
Pete stepped into the large shoes of Don Nolan, Potter's WAA offices. Nominations for presi- student.
d e n t iclass of '61) Mid vice-presiquarterback, who was not available and filled them admir- d e n t a n d treasurer iclass of '62)
. . . there will be several freshman girls wandering
ably. He not only threw the touchdown pass but was in m u s t be girls who have served on about Richardson wondering where the Soccer dance is.
complete control of the situation every time he had the Council for a t least one year. N o m - . . . the timer will fail at a crucial moment . . . a Pratt
ball in his hands, and although he suffered many bumps inations for secretary may be a n y player will land in a cheerleader's lap . . . the anti-airand bruises throughout the game he always answered to Frosh who is active in sixirts a c - craft gun on Dorm field will get stuck . . . a vet will not be
the call of duty. Pete is one of these men whom every team tivities. If you know a responsible able to play because of his wife . . . Some girl will drop her
would be happy to have around. In time of dire need he girl who meets any of these require- pocketbook over the railing during a game. . . . One of the
can be called on to do a job with the firm belief that he will ments, simply put h e r n a m e of t h e cheerleaders will forget a cheer . . .
handle it to the utmost and will always have his heart in nomination sheet of t h e WAA bulThe Stars Bangle Bander will be played at 78 instead
letin board. Any declinations a r e
what he is doing. He is truly a great team m a n and a to be indicated on t h e sheet also. of 33. Someone will forget their sneakers for the Cortland
sportsman.
tourney. The cross-country team will run through the
Credit is also in store for Ed Veneske and Gary Lynch, Not Closed
Union. . . . Rich alumni will endow the school with
co-captains of the All-Stars, who organized the team and WAA meetings are open to all $5,0000,0000. . . . Oil will be discovered on Vets field. . . .
interested girls. T h i s is your' o p made it possible for them to put up such a good showing portunity to learn of forthcoming Some freshman will get lost in the fog . . . the Apathetics
against their opponents.
activities a n d to volunteer for m a n - will win a game . . . there will be football at State . . . old
ager positions. Your a t t e n d a n c e
Now that the season is over how will the ardent foot- may gain your e n t r a n c e on Council. reliable will be in there refering basketball games. . . .
O'Heaney's wil be considered on campus . . . someone will
ball fans who attended many games spend the two hours
think up a name for out teams . . . another Gary Holway
between four and six o'clock which were previously spent N.B.
on Veterans' Field? Perhaps some will study, but more than Bowling a n d basketball rosters will come along . . . the Pogos will be back big and bigger.
be handed in to Miss J o h n - . . . the W.T. will be considered another college . . . basketlikely one will find the many others sitting in the Student must
son no later t h a n 5 P.M. Friday,
Union talking over the spectacular plays of the past foot- December 20. Slide rosters u n d e r ball games with sound . . . the State College News will not
be out next week. . . .
door if it is locked.
ball season and seasons.
In due time the subject will change to the forthcoming
basketball season and stories of the past will be related
once again. Predictions will be made such as: "We will
beat Potter Club this year and go all the way in the first
# f e At School! At Home!
league." "Watch out lor Men's Dorm this year because
they have been recruiting players." All in all it looks to
—
TYPE with amazing :
be another rough and tumble season for all the basketeers.
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APA
Goobers A C .
KB
Newcomers who should help are
Tom Ellis, a star for last vcnrV,
Sayles Hall team, and jump-shout ing Jim lli-uly Wllo was the leading
scon I in the third loagui last year.
If the team |i 11 • and Uses lis
speed and shooting ability, Saints
leel, that lhe.\ will lini.sh near llie
top ol I lie lea: uc KB eliued last
year's season in ,,. i olid pl.n > in I lie
league ami Hie;, will be out I . oi > lei
t h a t standing this , eat
Potter
Poller ('mil. lasl year's in'i .mural
basketball i hsiupioii . are I "'Kin.'
forward to aiiolhei line vi ai L'ric
Kalka, one ol last veal s In ..I Hboiuiilers, and Ra> l i a w r a l e the
only returnee limn last year's li am
,
If, I.III!
iniddiH'.
SLS
'J', aid them in then que;.I l"f
another i hainplunshlp are Tito ( in llelnioiie and Harry Millcll gi..dilate Students, wlio bold played oil
Potter championship teams ol veal's
pu-.t. Tito Glghehnone was third
leading scorer ill the lUuli campaign
w itli a Hi a average.
A N e w Experience in T y p i n g !
llecluc power dot", the work, you |usl
(ouch the keys1 lingers lloal swiftly,
smoothly over the keys
each cliaraclei
prints with the same slurp uniformity.
Amazingly compact and easy to carry 1
If these players play up to exT h e AMIA basketball league will
get Into swing t h e first week back pectations a n d barring injuries it
from Thanksgiving vacation. T h e looks a.s though once again Potter
league loots real good this year with
all t h e Greeks fielding good teams. could go all the way.
The following is a preview of t h e
teams which will probably be in t h e
first league.
Siuma Lambda Sigma will field
a veteran-studded aggregation in
quest of the AMIA basketball title
Three holdovers, five new faces, tins winter. This year's team will
and the noticeable absence of last
strength
year's leading scorer sums up t h e boast great rebounding
\>9-'G0 ed.tion of t h e APA hoop coupled with backcourt speed.
team. Merle Miller, Lou Wolner a n d
Ex-varsity basketball player BarLee Upcraft a r e again available a.s
ry J;.mason together with G a r y
the current season draws near.
Lewis
will
provide
the board
Scoring Punch S t r e n g t h e n e d
strength. Both these m e n stand 6' 3"
Bob Pollero a n d R a y Smith, s t a n d - and weigh over two hundred pounds.
out performers lor Sayles a year ago, Bud Baker. Pete Spina, and Eric
are being counted on to s t r e n g t h e n
the scoring punch of the team. J o h n Neils round out the starting five.
Modeler h a s also been "acquired" by Baker will play t h e corner spot
the Blue a n d White. Rounding out while Spina and Neils will be in t h e
the squad a r e 6' 2" Dave F r a n k , backcourt.
back alter a year's absence, a n d
SLS will have reserve s t r e n g t h in
newcomer Gary J a d w i n .
Fred T h u m h a r t , Bill Kelly, G a r y
Tillman Lost!!!
Sabin. Bob MarEnroe, Dick MiddleDue to a n administrative ruling ton, and K e n H e r m a n . High scoring
prohibiting counselors to play for
Bob Sischo will also play t h e first
fraternity teams, t h e squad will find
itself playing against instead of with hall of the season.
Gus Tillman, their leading scorer
Although this team looks strong
of t h e past t h r e e years.
on paper, team captain P e t e Spina
holds only guarded optimism as to
APAlhctics
the season's play.
APA's second team, the A P A t h e Lies, will bo looking for their first
win over a two year span when a c tion commences lor tins winter.
T h e members of t h e Goobers AC
Athletic Director, Marty Borko, are eagerly looking forward to t h e
will captain this squad. J i m Duogh- opening ol the coming basketball
erty r e t u r n s lor his .second year season with high hopes of continuwith the club and J o h n Pavelka, ing last year's unbeaten string of
Dun D o n a t o a n d BUI Warrzer will twelve games.
round out t h e starting live.
Despite the loss ol such valuable
perloriiiers a.s Gerry BLsson a n d
Joe Hickey. the Goobers feel t h a t
they have been strengthened by t h e
Afteh a very successful season last addition ol such talented players as
year K B captain Bob Sands LS J o h n Ralh, P a l Shields and Chuck
looking forward to another' good Pegan, ami also with t h e acquisition
season in t h e AMIA loop league.
ol veteran Don Nolan, ace quarterback of Potter Club.
KB h a s one of t h e best shooting
teams in t h e league. Led by 6' 1"
With returning veterans Bruce
Sands, a former varsity ball player, Viertel, Al Wadsworth, Irv Freedreturning veterans are Bill H a h n , in.in. Mickey D u r a n e and Lou Luci5' 8", probably the fastest m a n in 01, t h e Goobers feel t h a t they have
the league. Also returning is s t a r i lie depth and balance to perform
pluymaker J o e Gilbert, IT, and high successfully in a well-balanced first
scoring Jiin Warner, ii 1" Top r e - league.
bounding ( e n t e r J o h n L'kleman, 6
The team h a s been working out
2", and last, year's leading scorer. u"
'lie last three weeks in Page Hall
Larry Breen who h a s one >t t h e best crinima: in.' local teams and are
j u m p shots m the league should roadj lor l.heir hoop opener.
also help.
for your Convenience
Others inditing lor positions a r e
Hank M.nis, Chuck Rex us.su, Lynn
Western and l i n k Stewart, standouts on lust > ear's JV basket ball
team. Hoping to climb up lrom lasl
year's second team a r e Skip G e b hardl, Pete Barbagelata, 1'efe Havo n e and Al Hayes Pete Hal uagelala
with his great assortment ol shots
and ins uncanny eye should be a
thorn in the side ol a h opponents.
Photo by Ted Proskln
POTTER CLUB LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Potter Defeats All-Stars 6-0
As a n anti-climax to a n unbeaten handofr t h r o u g h r i g h t guard t o defenders. H a r r y was tagged 10
season which brought
E E P its Harry Millet, who c u t to t h e right yards further.
Excellent line play predominated
fourth consequentive AMIA football after going through t h e hole. P o t championship, P o t t e r Club defeated ter right end Ross Dailey, delayed, t h r o u g h o u t t h e game as t h e All
t h e All S t a r s in a post season game t h e n cut behind Harry over t h e S t a r s substituted to good advanmiddle for the pass from Barbagel- tage w t h their 18 m a n roster. Tlie
Sunday, 6-10.
Early in the game Lu Call p u n t - ata, a n d t h e touchdown. T h i s m a d e Club's line, a l t h o u g h u n d e r m a n n e d
of Potter's
seven for this game, displayed t h e type
ed deep into All S t a r territory. I t Ross, a n o t h e r
was here t h a t H e r m A l t m a n n , lea- players to be elected to the All of blocking tha'rj protected Potter
gue cu-mmissoner a n d one of four S t a r Team, the league's high scor- passers all year long.
men to m a k e both t h e offensive a n d er for t h e season, wth six T D ' s a n d Special praise m u s t be given here
defensive All S t a r teams, executed five extra points.
to Pete Barbagelate, who quartert h e most effectual defensive play
T h e All Stars h a d a long T D pass backed his first game for Poller
of t h e afternoon. H e r m picked off from Vesnesky to Bud Baker called Club. Pete was t h e colorful field
a pass thrown by t h e All S t a r s back later in t h e game d u e to an
general of t h e hapless H u m p s for
quarterback Ed Vesnesky, on t h e 20, off-side penalty. Both Baker a n d
a n d raced to t h e one yard line be- Dick M a n n pulled in several pass- three previous seasons. T h i s year,
fore being tagged by G a r y Lewis. es, b u t none very deep in Potter playing for t h e Club, h e was one
On t h e next play, P e t e Barbagelata, territory. One All Star t h r e a t was of the league's o u t s t a n d i n g linetaking over q u a r t e r b a c k chores in broken u p by a key interception by backers but s a w little action on ofmasterfully,
the absence of Potter's All Star Club two-way All Star, Lu Call. Lu fense, H e performed
quarterback, D e n Nolan, called a r a n this one back 40 yards before and wth t h e aid of determined blocs h o r t pass p a t t e r n t h a t c a u g h t t h e lateraling
to H a r r y
Millet a n d king a n d defending, led Potter to
S t a r s off balance, Pete faked a throwing a beautiful block a t three this C-0 upset of t h e All Stars.
Matmen Face
Crisis Again
SfKM,td>
Situation
Varsity Loses
Two Players
Varsity basketball prospects sufState's wrestling fortunes, which
Here is a n o t h e r of those football fered a severe blow this week when
had been looking right all week,
brain 'leasers to lest your wits.
Bill Thompson, a potential starter
suddenly took a t u r n for the worse
Let's say that team A is punting who h a s , in t h e words of coach
again Wednesday when Joe G a r cia's charges found themselves fac- and gets off a kick t h a t sails to Dick Sauers "been coming on wonderfully", reinjured a n ankle in a
ed with the possibility of losing t h e 45 yard line of team B.
Page gym practice.
three letterinen including both coT e a m A's m a n bats the ball aside
( api ains.
Tlie loss of Thompson, which is
with Ins hands. It bounds about the
t h o u g h t to be a full .season injury,
T h e news came just as t h e Peds
began to find themselves with a full field, is picked up by a m a n lrom leaves more doubt t h a n ever about
house in Milne gym lor t h e frst team B, and in a n ul'iemjjt lo r u n the starting live December 5.
time, wnh a complete varsity and tlie ball dovvnlleld, circles back to
Bv 1511.I, SULLIVAN
freshman learn both rounding into get a clear path.
Johnson Doubtful
No .spuri creates a more supreme shape lor the opener a t Cortland
Denny J o h n s o n , whose knee was
li ehng in a per.'on t h a n that of
On Ins own JO yard line he Ls
llv m:J There l.s no other t h a t can I'riish Follow Varsity
hurl in practice Monday, now looms
downed
i ri ale mil a - upreme leeling of
a , a doubtful s t a r t e r m this clouded
Tin- Irtish, coached by Bob Burthrill ..ml olijoymciil.
When I
Protest I'lay
plel tile The best hope lor the Ped
.111 . '.. I al I li" i and I eel abo\ e the liiigaine, lnlierll several of the socThe supporters ol team A claim captain is lo lake the "slow bill
, i oiind and . a rv thing below me cer players anil a lew high school
si ems o ii,male l cannot help wrestlers with which lo open a sea- that tlie ball slays on tlie lis yard sure" eomebaxk road MI Hint he
line. " H e was downed there, ami may, a.s S a u e r s pill ll. be "in one
|ni I in • a nle ..,1 problems t h a t I son parallel lo t h e varsity.
i ail led the ball hack there hlinseil."
- ' a i ' e i l ,.ul wild and |list sit back
Fin ed the po.sslblo loss of both they claim, "so why should he nui piece al leasl pal t of the season."
and wan I. i In i ountry -side go lloatlii" by bene,ill; me ll is a beauti- Don Warue ami Mike Kesslei, the suller the loss?"
Johnson i.s a captain, taking over
ful . i:-lit e. watch
Peds will probably turn to fireball
Team B ls sure t h a i t h e ball is the sole c a p t a i n s h i p upon the d e Fly in:.' to most people .seems like Lave Pause lor their captain lor not t h a t deep m its territory.
parture of Don Beardoli. He halls
a lavish port only to be enjoyed lUaU-iiu. Pause, a Schenectady wrestfrom Jamestown, N Y.
"At
least,
ll
shouldn't
be
any
In 11H very iieli This is nut true, ler who starred lor Mount Pleasant
I he mil lal . ost la a lilt expensive High, h a s been The spaikplug ol worse t h a n tin.' 45 yard line," they
Otherwise, the Ped.-, seem to look
argue, "and perhaps We should lake
i.iboul $111011111 but alter that the
like
tin li usual .strong selves. They
i \|.i use I,- depeudlli ' on von This the team mid In his 137 pound class the kick over!"
lack some scoring punch but still
big i xi ii n.se 1.-. lo ( ov IT the cosl of should have a great deal to say aHuW would you call it V Is the
ii In ..I nisli u< I ion plus Die cost buut tile outcome ol t h e lough sche- fact t h a t a mini on team A touch- Ugllle lu be tullgll 1)1 the IWellly
.,1 the plain
When you have lili- dule.
ed the ball important! 1 Or is u a game schedule t h a t upens in Page
isiied j o u r <i Ins ol instruction you
liee ball, a n d up to team B to gym December 5 and runs through
ale riven a students license which
Other newcomers to this year's take t h e g a m or loss?
iln end ol February.
allows you lo llv alone This license mat scene include Carl Penird, a
l,s good lor one vear. m that time
II you can read upside down, you
A new team uii tile Page scene,
vou are expected to log 15 h i s which tennis player Who will figure in can gel the right ruling.
Suffolk University ol the Boston
l.-. the requirement for a i n n a t e Garcla's middle weight plans and
urea, will appear in Page m Februliei use. Which ls good fur life.
Paul Turse, a l e t t e n i i a n back from T h e Kuling
ary as well as Buffalo Stale, lor
lasl
season
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Flying a single engine plane ls a
tlie s t a i t ol a new e r a Ui t h e State
lui easier than driving a car. T h e tion this week.
jajipiv yt, airj 'ru p i u p slim b-u.u JJ
controls are the rudder pedals, t h e
puap i[uq a m p^eajj o-j asuoqj ?| spuria schedule
Now m its filth season as a var- ^ii[d dill i"J '-jso[ H uiud) JJU|y„
s t u k . and a throttle T h e rudder
Tlie Peds also take on Cortland
pedals plus the stick control degree sity spoil, interest in this m a t r i jsoq,) for the first time in regular season
ol tin n and aliunde. T h e throttle valry lias hit a n all time high with
controls mixture aJui How of fuel, a freshman team lor the first time 11 su ' | o u io ||i;q o i | | i(||A\ iiiu ppiod play, meeting Hie S l a t e University
'II :uoi|du im puii u UIUJJ, A|iu«d[
Willi a little control of lhe.se things
plus a good compass a n d charts, tlie and one of the toughest schedules -[| pdl(Jtl<J4 SU.KV V UiUdJ uo uuui 11 T o u r n a m e n t c h a m p i o n s in a southe r n tier trip December 12.
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in t h e area.
rest is up to you.
Flying For
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STATE COLLEGE N E W S
PAGE 6
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
20, 1959
TV Shows at State Not Fixed!
T h e investigation from W a s h i n g ton should be getting here sometime
before Chris't'mas. Before t h e y d o , I
think w e should prepare t o defend
o u r closed circuit T V a g a i n s t a n y
a c c u s a t i o n t h e P.C.C. o r t h e C o n gressional Committee m a y m a k e .
So remember, n o m a t t e r
what
t h e y d o t o you, t h e T V classes a r e
n o t fixed! D o n ' t say a n y t h i n g w i t h out consulting t h e legal
department.
There's a rumor that t h e stude n t s i n a certain televised S p a n i s h
class h a d been provided w i t h books
containing all t h einformation ask- transferred from Albany High a n d
e d o n a r e c e n t t e s t . T h e r e i s n ' t a n y h e d e s e r v e s a g r e a t d e a l of c r e d i t
evidence t h a t they issued t h e m b u t for m a k i n g o u t television s e t - u p t h e
if w o r d g e t s o u t w e m a y b e i n t r o u - s u c c e s s i t i s t o d a y . H e c o u l d u s u a l l y
be seen n e a r t h e c e n t e r of t h e
ble.
left h a n d screen, f r o m w h i c h point
T h e E d . 21 d e m o n s t r a t i o n s could
h e h e l p e d d o z e n s of s t u d e n t t e a c h be dangerous. T h o s e m e n i n t h e severs m a i n t a i n t h e rapid pace s o
e n t h grade Milne class w h o keep
n e c e s s a r y f o r e f f e c t i v e u s e of t h e
forgetting to s h a v e before a p p e a r - medium. H i s d r y b u t pointed comi n g , m a y t r a p u s a l l . T h e y m a k e it' m e n t s h a v e e n l i v e n e d m a n y a n o b looked rigged.
servation.
Mr. Claud F r a u d , a perennial o b C l a u d is n o w i n P h i l a d e l p h i a a u s e r v a t i o n f a v o r i t e , will n o t b e h e r e
to help u s . M r . F r a u d h a s been a ditioning for t h e Dick Clark show
M i l n e s t u d e n t s i n c e 1952 w h e n h e w h e r e h e h o p e s t o m a k e t h e g r a d e .
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c h i l d r e n ' s p a r t y t o b e h e l d i n B r u - team. Asked what he thought would happen this year, the
bachcr Hall. All campus organi/.a- pt>d mentor replied: "I'm not sure myself what to expect."
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Tomorrow night, Page Hall will host Albany State's
newest product. The 1959 edition of the basketball team will
make its first appearance in its yearly clash with Pace
College of New York city a t 8 p.m. After completing a
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month and a half of enduring practice a n d multiple
t h e following;
scrimmages, Coach Sauers has produced what he calls "the
Winterlude
winterlude, the annual lormal b c s l hustling team I've had in my coaching experience a t
.sponsored by both inter-Sorority Albany." This group is undoubtedly the most inexperi-
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Jewelry, Gifts, Favors
Stationery, Programs
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The theme for fomal dinner will be "Kingdom Beneath
the Sea". Co-chairmen will be Mary Lee Glass '61 and
Margaret Kropac '61; Arrangements, Margaret O'Donnell
'61 and Barbara Smith '60; Decorations, Beverly Caecavale '61.
c h a i r m e n a r e E v e l y n K e l l e r '61 a n d
Judy Kiehle '61; Decorations, H a r - «
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Marjorie Petty '01; Arrangements,
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Kappa Delta
General Chairman, Shirley Stewart '60; Co-chairman,
Alene Rabe '61; Decorations, Marilyn Sharfield '61; Entertainment, Linda Levinson '62. The guest for the evening
will be Peter Fusco from LaSalle School.
Sigma Alpha
Sheila
Eekhau.s, P r e s i d e n t , a n n o u n c e s t h a t D i a n e R o s e n '01, D i a n T h e traditional t h e m e for formal
m i D i a m o n d '01, a n d T o b y G e d u l d d i n n e r is " O r i e n t a l G a r d e n s . " M a r i e
'61 h a v e b e e n a p p o i n t e d a.s c h a i r - M i r a n d a '01 Is t h e G e n e r a l C h a i r m e n for formal dinner.
m a n . D e c o r a t i o n s , L o u e l l e n J o n e s '61
a n d Doris W i l l i a m s ' 6 1 ; P r o g r a m s
G a m m a Kappa l'hi
Mn-ie^GlardTn 'and c ^ f f l
T h e t r a d i t i o n a l t h e m e of " C, d c r . '02; Entertainment. Noreen Noonan
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plaid
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The various sororities of this campus will hold their
formal dinners tomorrow evening a t 7 p.m.
The committees from these sororities arc as follows:
Sigroa P h i S i g m a
L G. BALFOUR
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Frosh to State Preferences Pace Tomorrow Night in Page Hall
Chairmen a r c Frances Organisciak
and Joan
Ferrari
'81; Programs,
G a l e Neller '60; Favors, M a r g a r e t
W a l k e r '61: Decorations, J o a n H e y wood '61; E n t e r t a i n m e n t , J u n e P e r ry '61.
I m a g i n e yourselves, Ladies, i n t h e
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Formal Dinners
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nounces thai t h e theme lor lormal
d i n n e r will b e " C h i Hie, C a s t l e . "
Photo by Ted I'rosktn
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4 . 1 9 5 9
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