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STATE COLLEGE N E W S FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4 ,
Civil Service Offers New
Opportunities for Scientists
T h e Civil Service Commission a n nounces t h a t it is searching for
qualified scientists in t h e fields of
chemistry, m a t h e m a t i c s , metallurgy,
and physics for research work in
various F e d e r a l establishments in
the W a s h i n g t o n , D. C. area.
T h o s e appointed will work with
some of t h e nation's foremost scientists in promising assignments.
They will have opportunities for a d vancement. T h e e n t r a n c e salaries
range from $4,490 to $12,770 a year.
Most a p p o i n t m e n t s a r e m a d e to
the folloving agencies: National
Bureau of S t a n d a r d s , D e p a r t m e n t s
of the Air Force, Agricultural R e search Service, and t h e National I n stitute of Health. T h e research laboratories in these agencies have the
basil' a n d applied research done
which is diversified and affords
many challenges in the field of p h y sical science.
G o v e r n r e n t service offers opportunities to research scientists of all
levels to pursue careers with a d vancement determined by competence a n d s t a t u r e as a scientist r a t h -
er t h a n by administrative position.
T h e major emphasis of t h e laboratories is research, a n d investigators
participate to a large e x t e n t in the
s h a p i n g of t h e p r o g r a m s t h a t a r e
undertaken.
T h e results of research done by
scientists in t h e G o v e r n m e n t service
a r e published freely except when
national security is involved. T h e
Washington Academy of Sciences
and its affiliated societies provide
a wide r a n g e a n d variety of meetings
which give one a n opportunity for
a c q u a i n t a n c e with o t h e r scientists
in one's own or o t h e r fields.
Requirements
Candidates m u s t have completed
ainpropriate college study leading to
a bachelor's degree. I n addition for
positions paying $5,430 a n d above,
g r a d u a t e study or professional experience is required. Specific r e quirements a r e designated for each
of the salary levels plus t h e usual
citizenship a n d a r e requirements.
F u r t h e r information r e g a r d i n g
these positions is contained in Civil
Service Announcements 209B itnd
210B.
Templeton to Talk on
Manpower Shortage
H u g h Templeton, Science S u p e r visor in t h e New York S t a t e Education D e p a r t m e n t , will be t h e guest
speaker a t a joint meeting of t h e
Physics Club a n d t h e S t u d e n t Affiliate of t h e American Chemical
Society to be held in Brubacher
Hall on Monday a t 7:30 p.m.
Templeton will speak on t h e topic,
"Supply a n d D e m a n d in Science," a
discussion of t h e basic science related reasons for t h e m a n p o w e r
shortage in m a n y areas.
1959
Math Honorary Fraternity
Enrolls Additional Members
At t h e November 19 meeting of
t h e New York B e t a C h a p t e r of t h e
National H o n o r a r y M a t h e m a t i c s
F r a t e r n i t y , K a p p a Mu Epsilon, t h e
following new m e m b e r s were initiated:
Noring, Mary J a n e Pringle, Pofgy
Ann Rollins, David Spencer, Leon
Sterle, a n d N o r m a n Swanson, J u n iors; a n d E d w a r d Brown, J a m e s
Brown, Harvey Korotkin, a n d D o n ald S h e r m a n , Sophomores.
Robert Niles, R i c h a r d R o b a r e and
Robert A. Williams, Seniors; M a r t i n
Borko, D o n a l d Cohen, M a r g a r e t
Collins, Joyce Dougherty, Carolyn
Engert, F i a n c e s Hofmann, Albert
Maiwald, Shirley McGuiri, Christine
R e q u i r e m e n t s for admission to
K a p p a Mu Epsilon a r e : M a t h e m a tics 27 completed, a 3.0 average in
all m a t h e m a t i c s courses t a k e n a t
this college, a n d a general scholastic
average of 2.5.
DUAL FILTER DOES IT!
AfflpiM. 0$ State
BY ELAINE
ROMATOWSKl
If half of t h e students in this
school look as if they're gaining
weight, don't worry, they're probably not. Most likely they all have
mono-nucleosis and their glands are
.swollen. Yes, this is the season for
contracting all sorts of diseases, and
it seems as if "mono" ts first in
line for the second year in a row.
Two years ago, you had to have the
Asian Flu to be a conformist, but
now it seems as if t h e general concensus is t h a t " m o n o " has all other
diseases beat by a mile.
For you s t u d e n t s who may not as
yet have been acquainted with this
affliction, allow me to explain. It
all begins with a cold—that is, you
think it's a cold, but when you visit
the M.D., you a r e happily informed
that your uneasy feeling is actually
the beginnings of t h a t ultra-collegiate disease known as "mono-nucleosis." Of course, you think this is
very interesting and exciting, because everyone else on your corridor
semis to have had it already and
you were beginning to feel like an
outsider.
Next, you find t h a t your glands
are beginning to swell. For a second, you think t h a t H may be due
to the fact t h a t you walked to the
Central Tavern in the r a m last F r i day, but a l t e r considering the problem more deeply, you find it much
more exciting to attribute the mallun t.oniiu of your body to the e,I'ects of the illness rather t h a n to
your ov.n stupidity.
Now is when you begin to feel
tired and worn out most of the time
You cm your eights, nines, and even
tens; you sleep from three in the
afternoons until supper time, and
then from a l t e r supper until eleven
o'clock. You never even consider
thai your exhaustion might be caused In the fact t h a t you've been
staving up 'til 2 a.m. doing your
homework ' a n d drinking peps), and
playing cards, and talking to your
sleepy roommate, etc i, or because
you've been sitting in the W T or
.•.landing in Ye/./.i's even weekend
night from 8 to 12 p.m.
So you write h o m e a n d tell your
m o t h e r you h a t e college (you have
three papers due on December 11),
you don't like the type of s t u d e n t s
we have here (you "decided" n o t to
join a Greek organization), and
you're
horribly
sick
(v/e
went
through t h a t before). Mother writes
back and says to hold o n until
C h r i s t m a s vacation and she'll see
w h a t she can do.
eating good Food
at low prices
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Christmas Sing Sunday in Page; Student Union Board to Fete Children;
Women's Chorus, Singers Perform St. James Society Plays at Roaring 2 0 s
S t u d e n t Christian
Association's
eighth a n n u a l Christmas Sing will
be held Sunday at 6:30 p.m. i n P a g e
Hall.
Judges for t h e event will be J o s e p h
Saetveit, Supervisor of Music for
the S t a t e Education D e p a r t m e n t ;
Miss Virginia Wallace, S u p e r i n t e n d e n t of Music for Albany Public
Schools; and Paul Hunt, Music S u pervisor a t Albany High.
Dr. P r a n c e s Colby, Associate P r o fessor of English and SCA advisor,
will present t h e trophy to t h e winning group.
During t h e two intermissions, ColLegiate Singers and Women's C h o r us will perform. Collegiate Singers'
selections arc to be "Gloria in Excelsis," "Ballad of the Shepherds,"
"Manger C a r o 1," a n d "Wassail
Song." Women's Chorus will stag
"Gloria, Gloria," "To a Virgin, Meek
and Mild," " C h r i s t m a s 1620," a n d
" C h r i s t m a s Wishes." Both groups
are directed by K a r l A. Peterson,
Associate Professor of Music.
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Badges, Steins, Rings
Jewelry, Gifts, Favors
Stationery, Programs
Club Pins, Keys
Medals, Trophies
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Alter winning the Metropolitan
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best of the best tobaccos—the mildness and taste that pay off in pleasurel
of msulliciei.l experience and went,
abroiul to study.
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Rise made her operatic de u a t
the P r a g u e Opera H o i s • in .he t . t o
rule of Mlrnuii. O >• ollowu g wint e r s h e i n . d e her debut at Utt M t t
n Philadelphia in l.'er U«>s nk. ya.
Her and two «eelcs l u t u a p p e a l e d
111 New York again as Mlgnon.
Mis.K Stevens has sune with all t h e
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opllit c o i n p a u . ^ in the
United States, including t h e S a n
Francisco Opera and Chicago Opera
Companies Her screen bow was
made opposite Welson Eddy in t h e
C'liocolate Soldier, and she later
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Syracuse 10, New York
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Miss Stevens, who was born In New
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the age ol ten on a children's radio
program While .Mill m her teens,
she sang willi the Opera Cominquc
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in New
1 ) u . , , , ' , , . , , „ . , . Theater
was heard by the
York l i n e
noted teacher Madame Shoell-Kcne,
ollered to teach her and obw h o
lamed lor her a scholarship a t t h e
Jullllard School ol Music
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The pianist, James Shomati, will
play Toccata, by Paulcnce and Val.se
Romantiuue and Minstrels, by Dc-
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VOL. XLIV, N O . 2 6
Winter Weekend Includes Formal, Parties and Sing;
ISC-IFC Present Winterlude at Crooked Lake Hotel
Tuesday evening at 8:30 p.m., Music Council will sponsor a performmice by Ris< Stevens, the young
American star of the Metropolitan
Opera Company. Tickets can still be
purchased a t the Co-op for $3.
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Included m the p n ^ r a a u will DC
"Mon Coeur S o u v r e a l a VoIX torn
Samson and Delila, by S a i n l - s a c n s ,
and the "Gypsy Song i i o m i a r m e n
by Bizet. Mi:.s Stevens wm also
sing work*, by Ralph V a u g h n - W i l hams Sc h u m a n . . S t r a u s s , a n a
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Here's how the Dual Filter does it:
playing cards or,
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1 9 5 9
Each group is to h a v e two songs
ready for the event. After the first
round, thirteen groups will be eliminated. T h e r e m a i n i n g five groups
will vie for the to)) t h r e e positions
by singing their second selection,
T h e groups and their .selections
a r e : Alden Hall, "Angels W e Have
Heard on High"; Alpha Phi Alpha,
"We T h r e e Kings"; Beta Zeta, "Angels a n d S h e p h e r d s " ;
Brubacher
Hall, "Shepherds Awake"; Chi Sigma
T h e t a , "Gospel of St. Luke"; G a m m a
K a p p a Phi, " W h a t Child Is T i n s ? " ;
K a p p a Beta, "Joy to the World"!
K a p p a Delta, "Noel, Noel Bells Are
Ringing"; Madison House, "O Come,
O Come E m m a n u e l " ; P a r k House,
"Sleep Holy Babe"; "Phi Delta, "Jesu
Bambino"; P i e r c e
Hall, "Blue
C h r i s t m a s " ; Potter Club, "Winter
Song"; Psi G a m m a , " T h e Little
Jesus C a m e to Town"; Sayles Hall,
"Praise Ye the Lord"; Sigma Alpha,
"Adeste Pideles"; Sigma Lambda
Sigma, "Christ Child" and Sigma Phi
Sigma, "Good King Wensalaus."
Alter the Sing, t h e top t h r e e
groups will e n t e r t a i n at the SUB
Coffee Hour In the lower lounge of
Brubacher.
L a s t year's Sing '"inner w a s B r u bacher Hall. In second and third
place were Sayles Hall and Chi Sigma. By winning t h e Sing three consecutive years, a group may keep
the trophy permanently.
Winter Weekend, ah! yes . . . even though according to the meteorologist winter
doesn't come until December 21, the snowy season arrives tonight for State College
Students.
W INTERLUDE
Activities will begin at Crooked Lake tonight with the annual Winterlude formal
sponsored by Inter-Sorority-Inter-Fraternity Council. Nancy Lou Ryan and Donald Loopman, Seniors are Co-chairmen of the event which will be held from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Hours have been extended to 3 a.m. for women.
Music for the event will be provided by the Crusaders from Holy Cross. Bids will
be on sale until 3 p.m. today in lower Hues ted. For convenience, maps to Crooked Lake
are available with the purchase of bids.
Committees for the formal include: band, Kappa Beta
and Psi Gamma; arrangements, Chi Sigma Theta and Phi
Delta; chapcrones, Sigma Lambda Sigma and Sigma
Alpha; tickets and programs, Kappa Delta and Beta Zeta;
decorations, Gamma Kappa Phi and Alpha Pi Alpha; publicity, Sigma Phi Sigma and Edward Eldred Potter.
Chaperones for the event are: Morris Berger, Professor
of Education and Mrs. Berger; Paul T. Schaefer, Assistant
Professor of Mathematics and Mrs. Schaefer; Richard
Smith, Professor of Chemistry, and Mrs. Smith, and Sherman Spector, Assistant Professor of History and Mrs.
Spec tor.
ROARING TWENTIES PARTY
The Roaring Twenties Party, sponsored by Student
Union Board will be held Saturday night from 9-12 in the
Bru Dining Room. Stag or couple, the admission is by
R I S E STEV
saying "Joe sent me,"
St. James Society from Holy Cross and its Barber Shop
Quartet will provide the music. Chairman of the party is
Teresa DiSimone '62. Felipe Carrarsquillo, Professor of
Modern Language and Mrs. Carrarsquillo will be the chaperones for the evening.
Music Council Brings Rise Stevens To
Page Hall, Tuesday Evening at 8:30 p.m.
Phone 0-3U1V
listening to music
ALBANY, NEW YORK
Z-464
Chuck Huntress '60 and Lois K e l sey '62, General Chairmen, will a c t
as masters of ceremonies. C o m m i t tee c h a i r m e n a r e : A r r a n g e m e n t s ,
Natalie Clark '62; Ushers, P a u l i n e
Jadick
'61; publicity,
Catherine
Spaulding '61; Decorations, J a c k
Conway '60; a n d Programs, J u n e D e Vore '61.
You're in college now; you h a v e to
learn how to overcome these fits of
depression! Stop going to t h e doctor's, buy an economy size bottle of
aspirin, get used to black coffee,
learn to type faster, get a paper
from someone who's taken t h e course
the year before, and r e m e m b e r t h a t
most people are basically good (although it is too bad t h a t some of
them are so base). Second semester,
a l t e r the blizzards stop and t h e sun
remembers t h a t t h e r e is such a place
as Albany, things should look considerably brighter. T h e n after three
years or so, you'll probably still feel
Lie same, b u t at least you'll have
become too used to it to quit.
217 Western Ave.
Relax by
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winning movie. Going My Way,
with Bing Crosby.
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numerable recordings for Columbia
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televised from the Met stage on
closed-circuit to the screens ol movie
theaters in .some titty cities across
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uiggest audience ever to see a single
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Students Read
Xmos Selections
T h e Class in Oral Interpretation
will hold its final evening of readings for the semester Wednesday
at it p.m. in Draper :i4L>. T h e program, supervised and coached by
S a n d r a Faye and Ed Meiinus, Grad
students in speech, will feature se>''•"••> ' " ;l " , v v s h e is married to Walter Surovy lections related to the Christmas
,e isoll.
.She made world news when ( ar- and has one sun, Nicky
Freda Craw 'lil will re.id Christmas live by Washington irviug;
Senate:
Patricia Mynn '01, A Miserable,
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Merry Christinas b\ Lincoln Stellens, Jean Pl'ali/ell l<! from Matthew, II, 1-12, T. S. Eliot's Journey
of the Majfi, Luke, II. 25-34, and
Eliot's Solif for Simeon.
proceedings
Nest, on the aeenda was the aplS(.nate
b(.|;.in
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Barbara Shultz 'til will read A
Wednesday evening with the an- pnintineii! ,,| ni ,>, Senators to the
(lllld's Christmas in Wales by Dynniineemellt from t h e .secretin':, thai standing eoliunll lees ol Senate
lan T h o m a s ; Margarel Walker 'til,
Senior Senator Hoberl B a t t a i h had i ! l l ( | K ,, t s
A (iood Old lasliieniil Christinas
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Uliexcilsed absences Impeachand Elaine
iii.-nl pnx'eedll.gs were mill led,
< » ' " " f " " " ' '»;d;<etary policy was by Robei'l Benchley
Zip|)er 'ill, T h e First Christinas Tree
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by llcni . Van Dyke
whiC, , ,me he can prepare his ca e J ™ ^ , "A Pr, * ' J «
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unauthorized expenditure ol SA to help S l a t e College students belfluids T h e outcome of tile ensuinr ter understand liu-ran selections
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discussion was a motion made by read at these sessions
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T h e first bill con- Senator Knvler to recommend to
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|. x | M . | U i 0 S ut „ . ^ r c s e n t a t i v t a to l'«u it ini B ht be possible to reinsllscheduled on the oil d i a l calenthe 1960 Conference ol I he Eastern lute this service as there arc a
dar in the Student 1'crsoiiiiiil
s i d , , Assocat.un ol Professional "umber of interested students.
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Schools lor Teachers. It was passed
A motion was passed uiianimousOfficial chaperone cards must
with the stipulation t h a t the sue- l\ to recall all unsold reserved
be handed In lo the Student
feeding S m a f e m a k e provisions for tickets for the benefit of t h e student
Personnel Oilier a t least one
d e m a n d s such as these ill the 1U00- body to the Rose Stevens perlurniweek prior to a n event.
HW1 budgets.
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SING COFFEE H O I K
SUB will also hold the Sing Colfee flour Sunday at !):4f> p.m. for
the three top winner, who will sing
at t h a t time. R e l r e s h m e n t s will be
served and freshmen will have extended hours until 10:30 p.m. Janice
G r a h a m '00 and Jackie Lindsay '63
u p ' Co-chairmen.
CIIII.DRKN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY
T h r e e Christmas parties will be
held in Alden, Brubacher end Sayles
dormitory for the 211 children of
the St. Coleman's Home from 2-4
p.m., tomorrow. Gifts and refreshments will be given to the children,
accord in g to Barret Healey '61,
Chairman.
Participating halls include Pierce,
Park, Grant, Jackson, Lake, Alden,
Brubacher. Sayle . and the sororities and Iraternities ol the cainpu."
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Senate Discusses Financial
Policies, Rise Stevens Tickets
Notice
Staff Seeks
Primer Entries
T h e stall ol the Primer, the a n nus! literary maga/inc on campus,
is seeking publlshable material, acconling to 1) niel Bresnah tiu. Editor
Short .stories, poems, essays, dramatic monologues and other creative writings will be considered T h e
only limitation placed on ;.nicies is
t h a t they must not exceed 5,000
words. A formal deadline has not
yet been set, but manuscripts may
be submitted now fu either Bresiian
or Herbert Howard 'til. Literary Editor, via student mail.
Alter vacation, Primer will m e e t
regularly on Thursday nights at
7:30 p.m. in Brubacher. All interested students a r j invited to a t t e n d the
meetings in order to plan the form a t of the maziigliie and to review
works t h a t have been submitted.
In addition lo Bresnan a n d Howard, the staff is headed by Robert
C'ongenu '61, Assistant Literary Editor, and K e n n e t h Taylor '61, Business Manager.
STATE
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COLLEGE
Student Union Board
NEWS
FRIDAY, D E C E M B E R
STATE
11, 1 9 5 9
KafUUi KfuM
As much as we hate to break a long line of criticisms,
today we're going to give credit where credit is due—
Student Union Board.
This group is, in our opinion, the second most active
group on campus; we come first.
This weekend they're sponsoring a Christmas party
for the children in local institutions, a Roaring Twenties
Party, and a coffee hour after the Christmas Sing. Thanks
to them we have a full "winter weekend" a t State and
we're quite sure things will work out well.
Keep up the good work kids. You deserve much more
credit than you get!
M.T.
National Defense Loans
"We as a faculty, oppose the requirement of section
1001 (f), Title x, of the National Defense Education Act
of 1958." Thus begins a resolution passed by the State
College faculty at a meeting December 7, protesting the
requirement that all recipients of National Defense loans
be obliged to file security oaths before receiving any funds.
E n P a s s a * t — A t o u g h t w i s t i n l.p.
records. O n e or t h e truly funny m e n
of o u r t i m e , S h e l l e y
Berman by
n a m e , h a s c o m e o u t w i t h two long
players.Insidc Shelley B e r m a n a n d
Outside Shelley B e r m a n .
find t h e r e c o r d e d versions a b i t
different. Risque, b u t tastefully so.
B e r m a n is a s i t u a t i o n a l c o m e d i a n ,
w h o , t h r o u g h t h e u s e of e x a g g e r ated expressions i n h i s dialogue,
brings on t h e chuckles.
A t $5.98 a t h r o w , y o u m a y t h i n k
t h e y ' r e e x p e n s i v e , b u t believe u s
r e a d e r s , s o m e of t h e b i t s a r e p r i c e I.F.C.*
less.
Q u e r y of t h e W e e k : W h y d o e s n t
S e n a t e s p e n d s o m e of t h e s u r p l u s
on No-Doze for i t s members?
A n s w e r of t h e W e e k : W h a t d o
you m e a n sell Dippikill? A r e you
o u t of y o u r m i n d s ? (.Let's g i v e i t
By L E V I N a n d T I I O . , # S O N
a w a y before we h a v e t o pay s o m e o n e t o t a k e i t off o u r h a n d s ! )
PALACE
T h e L a s t Arifjry M a n - - P a u l M u n i , " F a l a l a l a la l a la l a l a . "
David Wayne.
Observe this m a n friends. W a t c h G R E A T G U G A M M O G A
S i n c e i t h a s b e e n forcibly b r o u g h t t o o u r a t t e n t i o n t h a t t h i s i s o u r
h i m f o r h e i s t h e r e m a i n d e r of a
l a s t c o l u m n p r i o r t o v a c a t i o n , we w o u l d like t o w i s h y o u - - o n e a n d a l l ,
strange a n d wonderful breed; h e
s h o r t a n d t a l l , big a n d s m a l l s e a s o n ' s g r i e v a n c e s . W e d o n ' t m e a n t h i s
i s — t h e l a s t of t h e a n g r y m a n . O h ,
in a d e r o g a t o r y sense, j u s t m a m a t e r i a l i s t i c c e n t s . I f y o u r b a n k b o o k
come now, let's b e serious! W h o i s
c a n h o l d u p u n d e r t h e j o y of g i v i n g , w h y , y o u m u s t m a k e a l u c r a t i v e
Hollywood trying to kid.
living. Let's n o t forget t h e true m e a n i n g ol C h r i s t m a s s o h a p p y H a n Let's lace it, a n y o n e would b e
n u k a h , g a n g . A n d t o t h e m a s s e s , a cool y u l e a n d a f r a n t i c f i r s t .
a n g r y it t h e y w e r e t u r n e d
down
for a d a t e t h i r t e e n t i m e s c o n s e c u - O P E R A T I C
tively
within
forty-eight
hours.
"Music Council p r e s e n t s Rise S t e v e n s , s o p r a n o . " T h i s g o l d e n opixirA c t u a l l y , i t ' s n o t t h a t t i e ' s s o r e -t u n i t y f o r m a s s i n d o c t r i n a t i o n t o c u l t u r e ' s h o u l d n o t b e n e g l e c t e d , s o ,
pulsive t o w o m e n , h e ' s j u s t sloppy in a w a y , we w e r e g l a d t o h e a r of t h e sell-out. S t a r t i n g M o n d a y , it
and
uncouth;
l i k e t h e n i n e h e l o o k s a s if w e will h a v e t o c o m m i t P A Y O L A t o g o t s e a t s . W e c o u l d
s h o w e d u p for t h e f o r m a l i n a four suggest e i t h e r split p e r f o r m a n c e s or c u s h i o n s oil t h e c h a n d e l i e r s . Would
d a y g r o w t h a n d l a s t m o n t h s ' l e v i s . y o u l i k e t o s w i n g o n a s t a r - o r o n a. s p o t l i g h t ?
You m a y e n c o u n t e r t h i s m a n o n
t h e s t r e e t , h i s e y e s r i v e t e d o n h i sO C T O P ' I T
O n e of t h e h i g h l i g h t s of l a s t y e a r ' s a c t i v i t i e s w a s t h e n e w l y - i n i t i a t e d
f e e t w h i c h m o v e a s if g o v e r n e d b y
a n o u t s i d e force. Y o u m a y s t a r e for C h i l d r e n ' s C h r i s t m a s P a r t y . A s f u t u r e t e a c h e r s , i t is o n l y f i t t i n g t h a t
a m i n u t e , y o u m a y c o m m e n t t o S t a t e ' s s a d i s t i c s a n t a s t u r n o u t i n g r e a t q u a n t i t y for t h i s r e t u r n e n g a g e yourself, b u t d o n ' t b u g h i m f a n s m e n t . Will M e n ' s Hall wise u p a n d s u p p o r t t h e p r o j e c t i n t r u e t r a d i t i o n ?
like h e ' s n o t r e a l l y
s t r a n g e — j u s t Y o u o n l y h a v e t o g i v e a few h o u r s a n d a l e w c e n t s , g u y s .
Qomman- State*
We wish to register a vote of thanks and appreciation
to the faculty for its concern with such matters.
D.E.F.
his cotton
picking
mind.
DARN
b a c k t o t h e flick, i t m i g h t
T h e y ' v e d o n e g o n e a n d t a k e n t h e s p i r i t s o u t of C h r i s t m a s . W e feel
actually be w o r t h while.
t h a t t h e a n t i c s c a r r i e d o n a n d t h e o n e s c a r r i e d o u t -will n o t be c u r t a i l e d by . s q u e l c h i n g t h e h a p p y v o i c e s of t h e h o l i d a y s e a s o n .
Carolling
w a s a n i c e t r a d i t i o n , a n d a l t h o u g h w e will b e t h e f i r s t t o a c k n o w l e d g e
t l i c d a n g e r s of t o o m u c h s p i r i t i . s i , n o n e a t a l l is d i s h e a r t e n i n g . I t h a s
been suggested t h a t t h e feinmes s e r e n a d e t h e frats, b u t w h o would m a k e
s u r e t h a t t h e guys stayed a t homeV
A n o t h e r i n s t a n c e of t h e m a n y
..ulfering, f o r t h e t r a n s g r e s s i o n s of t h e l e w .
'I'u a l l o i l - c a m p u s . s t u d e n t s :
As y o u h a v e r e a d m t h e S t a t e
VVI'Xl . W E L L , W E L L
Colli'Ke N e w s , t h e r e is a p r o p o s a l
T h e t h r e e b r a n c h e s of r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s t u d e n t g o v e r n m e n t will c u n
b e f o r e t h e SI u d e i i t S e n a t e c o n c e r n v e n e n e x t week t o d i s c u s s u l r u i r s of m u t u a l c o n c e r n .
It',, h i g h t u n e ,
ing i h e d e v e l o p m e n t o! t h e college
too, f o r i t ' s abnili t u n e t h a i t h e r i g h t h a n d k n e w w h a t t h e left h a n d u n <;i!i:jislle
H e i n l e p a s s i n g nil tills
d o i n g . O r a r e n ' t llicy d o i n g a n y t h i n g al a l l , a s ha.-, b e e n s u s p e c t e d ?
legislation, t h e S e n a t e expressed lis
desire to m a k e a t h o r o u g h
study IDEAS
of t h e e n t i r e q u e s t i o n nl C o l l e g e
A g i g a n t i c C h r i s t m a s free in d i e C o m m o n s , w i t h p r e s e n t s f r o m t h e
C a m p s u n i t |U I D i p p i k i l l i a n d t h e p r o l s like A'.s f o r i n s t a n c e
T h e o n l j t h i n g a r o u n d h e r e t h a t receive:!
d e s i r a b i l i t y " ' h a v i n g o n e l o r t h i s a g r a d e A is tin- milk
maybe
. B o o k s for K o r e a n s v . a C a m p u s C o m
college
mission. Our., a r e in r a t h e r l u l l e d , condition
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Wednesday Evening Session
Reveals: Senate Goofs Too!
By P A T LaBALBO
The resolutions goes on to explain the faculty's reasons for this move and ends on this note: "We hope t h a t
our university will object to this provision and advocate
o u t of
the repeal of this . . . oath."
Getting
We would like to register our protest to this requirement with those of our faculty, the Middle Stales Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, the Association
of Colleges and Universities of the State of New York, and
the many other universities and colleges throughout the
country, that have alreay done so.
We strongly agree with our faculty's objection to this
provision because, as its statem nt reads: ". . . it singles
out persons in education as objects of suspicion; it exposes
those signing the affidavit to the possibility of perjury
prosecutions resting on vague allegations or improper and
intimidating inquiries about their conduct and their beliefs; it is superfluous and ineffective as a means of combating disloyalty and subversion . ." We are especially
delighted with the last clause because it is .something which
we have felt for a long time.
NEWS
Jlauie atfotuU
By P A S Q U E R E L L A a n d L E W I S
The activities they have sponsored this year have been F o u n d o n t h e s e d i s c s i s a c o l l e c great successes. They said it couldn't be done, but we did tl oi ognu e sofr escoomr dee d ofc ohm ip sl ebt ee t t we ri t hm oa nu od -have tablecloths and candlelight in the Student Union. i e n c e r e a c t i o n .
S o m e of y o u m a y h a v e s e e n o n e
It worked—they had a crowd.
o r t w o of t h e m o n T V . I f s o , y o u ' l l
The next thing I'd like to praise is the Soccer Dance.
The decorations were simple but adequate. The flowers
were appreciated. The programs were unique. The crowd
was present.
The latest conquest by this group is the lower Lounge.
The Christmas decorations are up and with the lure of
music people have been spending more time in there, and
perhaps seeing it for the first time.
COLLEGE
MONDAY,
It 30 p i l l .
li.lft) p i n ,
Dl.< I . M 1 J E R I I
I'M O u l l U l i a C u l l e e H o u r l o r A l p h a l ' l A l p h u
H e m Z e t a Coffee H o u r for S i g m a L a m b d a S i g m a
T U E S D A Y , D E I II\1I!I K 15
(i 45 p . m . A l p h a E p s l l o u I n i L i a f l o n ,
ISUO p m . R i s e S l o v e n s , I ' u y e .
liru
W E D N E S D . V Y , 1)1 ( I M I H K Hi
5:30 p . m . ( i a i i u u a K a p p a P h i C h n s t m a s I ' a r l y f o r F a c u l t y .
7:30 p . m . P h i D e l t a W a s s a i l P a r t y w i t h S i g m a L a m l x U S i g m a .
il (JO p . m . i i e n n a i i C l u b M e e t i n g , l i r u .
3-!) p . m . C h i Sifcpiw T h u t i i K t u a d t y C h r i s t m a s I ' a r l y .
B e l o w a r e l i s t e d t h e a c t i v i t i e s of M a r y A n n C h a r i t o n , L o r r a i n e C r i s t h e sororities a n d fraternities p a s t ped, Connie Crowley, D o n n a Fiorand
future,
including'
the
new
e 11 o,
Mildred
Fletcher,
Phyllis
pledges.
Gruziano. Judith Hogan,
Marilyn
Kappa Delta
Houghton,
Carol
Hymes,
Lynn
Nancy McGowan
'GO, P r e s i d e n t , J o h n s o n , H e l e n L i s o s k y , E l i z a b e t h
a n n o u n c e s t h e following h a v e been M u r p h y , S o n j a Neilson, J o a n Norpledged to t h e g r o u p : D a w n Alex- ton, J a n e t S c h m e d d i n g , S a r a Sterla n d e r , J u d y B r e n n e r , E a r n c C o h n , ing,
Susan
Thomas
a n d Gail
C a n d y D e l P a n , .Judy C o n w a y , J a n W a c k e r o w ,
freshmen.
DeVonls,
Mary
Lou Eiseman,
Last M o n d a y
night
t h e sisters
Murcia English, S u e Harvey, J u d y
had a tree-trimming party with the
Johnson, Linda Martin, Gal M i n m e n of P o t t e r C l u b .
oque,
D e e M o g a v a r o,
Colista
On M o n d a y e v e n i n g a coffee h o u r
Nichols, Oeri Schleiffer, Mary J e a n
S o r r e n o , ('.us S p e l l m a n , J i l l W e i t z , will b e h e l d w i t h t h e m e n of S i g m a
Ann Winched, Irene Wister, Laura L a m b d a Sigma.
Z a m m a r i n , Marie Zongroni, fresh- Phi Delta
men;
also,
Shirley
Bruch, A n n
Prye, Andy Wedlgan, Sophomores.
Connie
Ballule
'IY1, h a s b e e n
elected
pledge captain.
Co-chairm e n of S t a t e P a i r a r e K a t h y T o r m e y '62, a n d M i s s M o g a v a r o
I'si G a m m a
P r e s i d e n t Millie Easel
''•'), a n n o u n c e s t h e p l e d g i n g ol , . . ' . o l l o w mg
girls'
D o n s P o h l m a n n '62;
Sandra
Burns,
Phyllis
Cipolla
Dlanne
Clapp,
Audrey
Cramer,
M a r y Dobeck, Mildred Floser, T a m ara Ourik, Barbara Gutberlet, Judy
Jones,
Eleanor
Krupii,
Marilyn
Liebermun, Adrienne Marosek, Barbara Martin, Emily Morlock, Ellen
O ' K e e l e , R o s e m a r y I'efruck, B a r b a ra Samuels, Carol Shuckrow, Gloria
Smith, J o a n Webber, Enid Whipple,
freshmen.
Tuesday n i g h t P h i Delta pledged
23
freshmen,
announces
Janice
S m i t h '62, P u b l i c i t y D i r e c t o r . T h e
Committee for pledge supper was
h e a d e d by S u n n y S u n d s t r a n d a n d
Lillian Mullijn, J u n i o r s . T h o s e p l e d ged w e r e : L i n d a B r u d e r ,
Pamela
Carter, Betty Chipak, Connie Culver, N a n c y D a v i s , J u n e
Druian,
Irene Economopolous. Judy F e r a n endez, B a r b a r a
I k a, D i a n e I . e h mone, Joan
Ludwig, Rennie Mismski. Rose Mincar, Claudia
Mohr,
Marion Narduzza, B a r b a r a Olsziuy,
L y n n e Puff, J e a n Ross, Sally R o s ser, Betsy S e g r e t o , T e n T o m e c z e w ski,
T o I) y T l u s t y
a n d Donna
Wetsig, freshmen
Pledge captains a r e P a t Benedetto
a n d Melanic
Qllackenbush,
Sophomores.
M o n d a y al 8:30 p . m . t h e s o r o r i t y
will h o l d a col fee h o u r f u r t h e
b r o t h e r s nl A l p h a P i A l p h a
C h i Sifrma T h e t a
Pledges
t o I he
sorority a r c
K a t h y Aim. Juan Aivuri, Sue B a r num,
Linda
Coiika,
Jean
Davis,
Judy
D a \ is, M a r g a r e i
Ferguson,
Sue Kal/.man, Esther Keith, Lorraine
LcCrann,
Mary
Lynaugh,
Annelle
.Mitchell,
Fran
Morrette,
Mary
O'Keele,
Arlene
Pascuhuus.
S h a r o n Parr, Beverly Perry, Frieda
K a p p . Patricia RoMnki, Rose Marie
Trecassi,
Anne
Tourney,
Elaine
Wai'd. Muiia Zaiidri, f r e s h m e n , a n n o u n c e s N a n c y I.uii R y a n '60, P r e s ident.
A p s j a m . i p a r l y will h i ' h e l d a l
the house tonight
a l l e r closing
h o u r s a m i I h e C h n s t m a s t r e e will
be d e c o r a t e d .
S u n d a y f r o m 2 m a I' m . Hie s n r o r i l y lai nil', will be . n l e r i . a l l i e d at
a (liirisl m a s pai I v ( ' o - c h a i r m e n l o r
the
party
.He S u e daliiey a m i
J, a m l i e licggu i I. S o p h o m o r e ,
SiKina I'lli S i K i n a
P h i D e l t a will h o l d i t s t r a d i t i o n a l
Wassail party with Sigma L a m b d a
S i g m a o n D e c e m b e r 16, w i t h D o n n a
Harris a n d Karen Caster, Seniors,
m a k i n g t h e wassail. O n t h e followi n g n i g h t , P h i D e l t a will h o l d i t s
sorority Christmas party.
Si);ma
Alplui
Donnalee
Anderson
'60, P r e s i d e n t , a n n o u n c e s t h a t t h e following
were pledged: Janice Gibson a n d
Joyce
H a d d a w a y,
Sophomores,
Lynn Darland, Jacqueline Lindsay,
Edna
Noon,
and Trudi
Scheu,
freshmen.
La R a e Atwood.
Dina
Simondi
a n d F r a n c e s W n u k , J u n i o r s , will b e
the
chairmen
for t h e f a c u l t y
C h r i s t m a s p a r t y t o be held
from
3 to 5 p.m. o n Sunday. C h a i r m a n
for t h e s o r o r i t y C h r i s t m a s
party
is F r a n c e s W n u k ' 6 1 . I n g e L h i s e n b a r t h '62, will b e i n c h a r g e of t h e
Children's C h r i s t m a s party for t h e
sorority.
Kappa Beta
Senate
commenced
with
some " m o n e y t o b u r n ? " Are they " s t a n d plagiarized jokes from Shelley Ber- ing on a weak leg?"
m a n m a t e r i a l . O n t h e serious side, Rise S t e v e n s
Impeachment
proceedings
a r ein
" W h a t d o you m e a n b y a n outmotion
against
Senator
Robert
standing figure?" Finally a motion
BatX'aly. T h e g r o u n d s f o r t h e i m was m a d e to remove tickets reserpeachment motion a r e three u n ved for t h e public f r o m sale. T h e y
excused absences.
will b e g i v e n t o S t a t e C o l l e g e s t u It w a s revealed t h a t S e n a t e d e - d e n t s o n t h e s a m e basis a s t h e
clined t o s e n d a r e p r e s e n t a t i v e t o o t h e r s were. W h y does a n i n c i d e n t
a c o n f e r e n c e a t S k i d m o r e College like this h a p p e n ? W e a r e e n t i t l e d
i r a h ! i f o r t h e p u r p o s e of d i s c u s s i n g t o a l l t h e s e a t s i n P a g e a t a n e v e n t
African problems. A r e they
pre- such a s this since we have already
judiced?
paid for t h e m t h r o u g h t h e s t u d e n t
O n e of t h e n e x t o r d e r s of b u s i - t a x . M u s i c C o u n c i l e x i s t s f o r u s a n d
ness w a s t o assign l e f t - o u t S e n a t o r s n o t for t h e o t h e r A l b a n y r e s i d e n t s .
to c o m m i t t e e s so t h a t t h e y w o u l d n ' t Music Council is n o t i n a position
feci l e f t o u t . " L e t t h e m h a v e s o m e t o a u g m e n t i t s b u d g e t b y s e l l i n g o u r
tools t o t i n k e r w i t h . " ( B e r m a n joke.) seats. S e n a t e ' s a c t i o n o n t h i s m a t O n t h e m a t t e r of " p u n i s h i n g " t h e t e r Is c o m m e n d a b l e , b u t s o m e w h a t
News for transferring' m o n e y w i t h - belated.
W e l l , t h a t ' s t h e e n d of
o u t t h e c o n s e n t of S e n a t e w e h a v e s c a l p i n g , f r i e n d s .
the lollowing quotes:
Goodies for t h e Senators
" W e h a v e b e e n a weak body t o o
Senate
approved
a motion to
long." "Shall w e slap their h a n d s
w i t h a r u l e r a n d tell t h e m
t h e y h a v e " r e f r e s h m e n t s of s o m e t y p e "
musn't d o it a g a i n ? "
"They a r e at t h e next meeting. That's not ing o n n a c r a b . " s a i d t h e b i g g e s t c r a b c l u d e d in t h e b u d g e t e i t h e r .
K a p p a B e t a i s h o l d i n g a coflee as s h e s n a p p e d h e r claws.
h o u r for P h i Delta M o n d a y n i g h t . Big E x p o s e
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Anthony
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James
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Robert
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STATE C O L L E G E N E W S F R I D A Y . DECEMBER 11, 1 9 5 9
Sauersmen Meet Harpur and
Cortland in Weekend Trip
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S
THE MAYFLOWERS
As I See It
WISHES SEASON'S GREETINGS!
209 CENTRAL AVENUE
ALBANY, N. Y.
Tomorrow night, t h e S a u e r s m e n
will conclude t h e i r weekend trip as
they face C o r t l a n d S t a t e Teachers,
last year's t o u r n a m e n t champions.
T h e Red Dragons will f e a t u r e Angelo
Condi, who h a s been averaging 26
points a game, a t t h e s t a r t i n g guard
position.
Peels Powder Pace
T h e S a u e r s m e n s t a r t e d t h e season
on t h e right foot last S a t u r d a y by
defeating Pace College of Brooklyn,
88-77. High m a n for t h e night was
Don Cohen, n e t t i n g 35 points; Sherwin Bowen seconded with 19. T h e
Peds tallied 34 for 93 a n d copped
Matmen Prep
For RPI Meet
Varsity a n d f r e s h m a n ATrestllng
u n d e r t h e direction of coaches Joe
G a r c i a a n d Bob Burlingame will
m a k e their h o m e d e b u t tomorrow
when the Peds take on RPI at
t h e Page gym in a 2:00 m a t c h .
For the Peds this will m a r k the
second s t a r t of t h e young season and
will m a r k the first a p p e a r a n c e of
several on t h e Albany m a t .
Huff, Biolsi H u r t
T h i s year's t e a m sports a weird
concoction of old a n d new with all
shades in between. F r o m Dave
Pause, the only wrestler with high
school experience, t h e Peds' talent
lineup ranges t h r o u g h two other returning lettermen, and two r e t u r n ing second stringers, to a trio of
newcomers. I t may n o t have all
eight men, in fact, as Dan Huff
a n d Lou Biolsi were a d m i t t e d to the
c r u t c h a n d cast club t h i s week and
may not see action.
At least t h e Peds s t a r t e d out the
season with a record under their
belts—the most injuries in a season
as they m a n a g e d to send no less
t h a n twelve olf t h e m a t in one way
or a n o t h e r — a n d as a result took the
worst loss in the sports' local live
year history.
h o n o r s on t h e back-boards with 55.
Coach S a u e r s stated t h a t the team
looked sloppy due to t h e nervousness
of the inexperienced Sophomores b u t
t h a t t h e g a m e was definitely n o t an
indication of their ability. T h e Peds'
m a i n concern right now lies in t h e
field of rebounding. S a u e r s stated,
"Don is t h e only boy I have, t h a t ' s
been getting u p into t h e air; I wish
Wallace would try j u m p i n g a little
higher."
Have arealcigarette-have a CAM EL
Next Week's Slate
Tuesday night t h e Peds will travel
to meet a powerful O n e o n t a team.
O n e o n t a upset Oswego, 77-69, in last
week's tilt. They have h e i g h t a n d
veteran ballplayers.
AMI A:
By JOHN'
How would you like to gel n
hockey puck r i g h t between the eyes,
or n e t b u r n s across t h e face? Don't
laugh or m a k e a joke about 11 with
your buddy, it may h a p p e n . S t a r t i n g
when we g e t back from C h r i s t m a s
vacation you will be able to skate on
the tennis courts courtesy ni' AMI...
In all seriousness it's a great project t h a t AMIA is carrying on to
bring the s t u d e n t s of this school a
place to skate. Lights will he pin
up for n i g h t skating and air. thing
else you can d o o n ice.
It's about t i m e t h a t .something is
being done for t h e students on
campus, r a t h e r t h a n all this jazz
about Dipptk.Ul, which is 2,000 miles
SIS, APA, Cats
In Hoop Victory
Tickets for t h e District 31 NAIA
Invitational Christmas tourney, in
which Albany S t a t e plays t h e opening round on Dec. 28, a t 7 p.m.,
went on sale today in the Public
Relation office in P a g e gym, a t
s t u d e n t prices of $.50 for t h e three
MODDKU
g a m e semi-elimination affair.
away. Ni, .• going AMIA.
Tickets for n o n - s t u d e n t s and r e AMIA Kaskclball Roundup
T h e AMIA basketball season got served seats also are on sale at
oil lo .. ,ood star! with lour good $1.00 for the series and $1.50 per
..ami .v. The surprise of this early .name, respectively.
season ua.s the APAthetics' victory
T h e tournament is 10 be played
over llie Chads. T h e victory snapped a t A s b u n Park, New Jersey, within
a i-l-ga.no losing streak for t h e easy reach ni the l.onu' l.sland, New
APAthetics.
Nice c o n e boy.-, it only proves
.me thing, "Where there is a will
ihere is ., way." Congratulations!
Sportscripts
Burkeii a i d H \ a n looked good in
;l 1 :;i
" "'-' " | V '/ r l ' g a i n s t APA. . . .
I n l k has i t t h . a Men s hoop t e a m is
1 !i:i 1
" ' ' " l U l l a K n l ' • • ' APAthetics
l
" '"' '' l "-' i ' " ' l l " 1 ""' •{l a victory
diniii :
. t ' o l a n lnnheo great in
he I'.i e sine.
S.nie the is the last Issue before
.Chi islina i \ .Lcalinil have a happy
one.
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York, and Westchester areas.
State Meets Jersey City
S t a t e will meet Jersey City S t a t e
in the t h I r d game of the first
round of the eight team, three
round tourney. T h e losers in this
round arc eliminated; t h e winners
play tlie following two n i g h t s to
determine tlie f-ur positions.
This is the third a p p e a r a n c e of
.Stati" lu a nationally-ranked tourney. T h e last t w o were playoff
efforts that fell shy of nation elimination honors by narrow margins.
From the Sports Desk
Thinking: out loud: T h e r e are a
flock of high scores in t h e gym program for freshmen, but no walls a r e
bursting from overcrowding in t h e
wrestling room. T h e frosh could use
help in addition to Al Markowitz
a n d S t e v e Ward, w h o came o u t this
week.
ONE O P those wrestling casualties
was t h e basketball team's gain as
Dale Wescott of Peru, N. Y„ took
over t h e head m a n a g e r ' s job.
DUAL FILTER DOES IT
tu Hoopsters
Win Storler
A schedule of four games kicked
off this year's AMIA i n t r a m u r a l
hoop program, A tlrree-game-an i g h t schedule will
continue
t h r o u g h o u t t h e winter.
SLS Nips Spooks
S L S s t a r t e d the c u r r e n t campaign
with a nip a n d tuck victory over t h e
Spooks. At the end of regulation
time, t h e score was knotted a t 41
all. SLS won out in overtime to garn e r a 55 to 51 victory. SLS's P e t e
Spina took game h o n o r s with 21
m a r k e r s . Barry J a m a s o n added 10
for the winners. G a r y and Doug
Penfield netted 16 points apiece for
t h e Spooks. Pete Rogers threw in
15 to support the Penfields.
APA ' T e a m ' Wins
APA easily beat t h e Losers, 43 to
30. T h e r e was no o u t s t a n d i n g player
for t h e victors, as it was a team
victory all the way. Everyone played
great ball and t h a t is about all you
can say about the victory.
T h e Losers kept pace with APA for
a half, hut ran out of gas in the
second half. High men for APA
were J o h n Modder with 17, Bob Pollero with 10 and Ray Eddy with 6.
T o m Ryan paced the Losers with 14
markers.
PAGE S
PEDS Enter Christmas Tourney
AMIA Reveals
Plans
By DAN LABEILLE
T h e Albany S t a t e cagers will meet
strong opposition in tonight's tilt
w i t h H a r p u r a t t h e latter's court.
Harpur, who defeated RPI last week
in a 47-46 upset, is believed to h a v e
produced a t o p n o t c h t e a m this year.
Denny Johnson, w h o injured his
knee earlier this season, will move
into t h e s t a r t i n g lineup tonight along
with S h e r w i n Bowen, second high
scorer in last week's g a m e .
FRIDAY, D E C E M B E R 11, 1 9 5 9
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Wilson Wildcats Win
T h e Wilson Wildcats emerged
victorious in the third league's inaugural contest. T h e Cat., ran wild
over the Peepers to gain a 55 to
26 victory. Cabuisky and Burton
with 22 and 12 respectively led t h e
Cats. Costello, Wurne and Hayes
with 7, 6 and 6 paced the losers
Yet the conditions t h a t would APAthetics Spring Upset
m a k e all previous coach'.-, crying
T h e big surprise of t h e young seatowels look dry didn't dismay G a r - son was the APAthetics' 14 point
cia.
victory over the Grads. A 35-21 final
score snapped a 24-game losing
"For the experience they have
streak ol lla- APAthetics. .Jim Doughud," remarked the m a t mentor, "we
herty and Marty Borko provided the
did as well as possible. I was proud
scoring punch with 12 points each.
of this t e a m a n d t h e way they
Bill Wall/.er was very ellectlve olf
wrestled."
the boards. A team victory all the
They didn't do a bad job, in view way, as five men played a good
of what they had to work v,ith, in brand of ball and only lost the ball
spite of t h a t one sided ;i(i-0 score. on two occasions.
T h e new men had learned well and
need only experience to be winners;
Dave Pause, in the words ol Garcia,
"wrestled one id the best m a t c h e s
in lus college career" and lost a decision
IN THE(gasp!) BIGGESTAND(roar!) FUNNItST
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State Keglers
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Get in orbit...go Greyhound.
Only one other m a n escaped a
pin Tom Kills and Dick O'Connor
almost held his m a n lo a decision
but lint by pin witli only l n i y seconds to go.
.State's keglers split with Albany
Business College this week, winning
two games, losing one and most pins'.
T h e split moves the team into third
place |U.,t :>,<•• games out of second
III ,h triple for S t a l e was roiled by
Tlie Peds had just bitten oil some Mas Tuchner I57S), high single
of the best opposition m the eiust game was bowled by Bruce Blbbons
and It was a little more than they i 100)
could chew. W i t h t h e kind of team
t h a t S t a t e put on tint m a t in past
High triple and high game honors
years, tills would have been a close for the evening went to Booth ol
m a t c h , but there was no stopping ABC who bowled u, (>«8 triple with
this t a l e n t - l a d e n t e a m of Cortland a high game ol 2114
g r a p p l e r s S a t u r d a y a n d the Peds
can still be proud of t h e way they State
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performed.
Eckelnuin
181 157 109 ,,00
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137 147 158 442
a rough lime, taking a 20-10 losa Carlson
128 178 101, 502
t h a t featured p i n s by S t a t e i r i s h - Blbbons
158 100 101 548
men Ted D u s a n e n k o a n d Pete Mc- ABC
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FRIDAY, D E C E M B E R I I , 1 9 5 9
; 94 «
Newman Club
Honors Four
NEW YORK STATE CO-ED CAMP
Male & Female
19 years & over
O n S u n d a y evening, December 6,
t h e a n n u a l Newman Club B a n q u e t
was held a t t h e S h e r a t o n - T e n Eyck
Hotel.
T h e J o h n Henry C a r d i n a l Newm a n Honorary Awards were given to
Newman Club members. T h i s year's
winners were Ethyl J e a n Mershon,
Madeline B . Despres, a n d Owen B .
Davis, Seniors.
T n e other winner was Richard L.
Boyle, G r a d student.
Guest Speaker
T h e guest speaker for t h e evening
was t h e Reverend Owen P. Bennett,
O.P.M. T h e Reverend B e n n e t t spoke
on t h e t h r e e things necessary to b e
a good Nowmanite. They a r e optimism, c o m m i t m e n t to religious work
and a strong c h r i s t i a n character.
His Excellency Bishop William A.
Scully a n d President a n d Mrs. E v a n
R. Collins were a m o n g t h e special
guests. Eighteen area colleges were
represented.
Veep Checks
SA Budgets
All organizations receiving a budget from t h e S t u d e n t Association
are required to submit periodic financial reports. J a m e s Dougherty,
Vice-President of SA, announces
t h a t these reports are due n e x t
Monday.
Groups Contacted
R e p o r t forms have been furnished
to most of the budgetary groups.
Every organization, e::cept those
which receive a n income, should
now h a v e a form on which to r e port all expenditures t h u s far this
year.
Income Receiving Groups
T h e following organizations will
be contacted n e x t week concerning
th'jir r e p o r t s : D & A Council, Music
Council, Pedagogue, a n d State College News.
Due Monday
All r e p o r t s m u s t b e i n S t u d e n t
Mail (J. Dougherty) by 4 p.m. Monday. I t will n o t be necessary to s u b m i t vouchers unless specifically r e quested.
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ALBANY, NEW YORK
State Peels Face Siena Indians
In Annual Battle Tomorrow
By DAN LABIELLE
to be t h e most exciting game of t h e
For the fourth consecutive year, season. Since then, t h e traditional
State's varsity basketball
squad rivalry h a s made t h i s game t h e
will play Siena College tomorrow m a i n attraction of t h e year in S t a t e
night a t t h e W a s h i n g t o n Avenue sports.
lit t h e 1958 season t h e Purple
Armory. This contest is expected
to draw more Albany area b a s k e t - a n d Gold scalped t h e I n d i a n s 66-42.
Last season S t a t e lost to Siena
ball enthusiasts t h a n a n y o t h e r
game played i n t h e Tri-City a r e a by a narrow margin, t h e deciding
this year. T h e preliminary c o n t e s t factor being field goals.
between
State's
F r e s h m e n a n d S t a t e s m e n a t 5-4
Siena's JV will begin at 6:30 p . m .
T h e Peds n o w stand a t a 5-4
Background
record having lost to Utica T u e s The series between
the two
day night 65-61. According to t h e
schools began in 1939. I n t h e 1939- Ped mentor, "This game should be
40 season Siena nipped t h e p r e - w a r a toss-up. I have a lot of respect
Peds by seven points in t h e initial for D a n C u h n a a n d h i s boys b u t
encounter, 52-45. I n t h e following if we can play as well tomorrow
season t h e Loudonville
I n d i a n s as we did two weeks ago in New
emerged victorious in two meetings, Jersey we have a very good chance
winning one game by three p o i n t s of winning. I don't t h i n k Siena is
and tnV ing t h e third game of t h e as good as Oneonta or Cortland
series by t h e wide margin 62-27. a n d h a d we played decently we
Due to the Second World War, t h e would have won those two games."
series did not, resume till 1946. T h e
The
Loudonville I n d i a n s now
Peds still suffered defeat. I n 1957
have a 1-7 record. D a n C u h n a is
the Peds lost 75-66 in what proved not certain of t h e outcome of t h e
game. Albany's recent win in t h e
NAAIA C h r i s t m a s t o u r n a m e n t , h a s
darkened his hopes.
Fee Payments
Scheduled for
February 1 - 5
Casey H u r t
T h e absence of R o g Casey, due
to a charley horse in t h e hip, will
hinder t h e team offensively a n d
defensively.
T h e Delmar product
h a s seconded Cohen in shooting
and rebounding this season.
listening to music
playing; cards or,
eating good Food
at low prices
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Gerald Drug Co.
Albany, N. V.
Phone (j-3CilO
FRIDAY, J A N U A R Y
Fraternity Jewelry
Badges, Steins, Rings
Jewelry, Gifts, Favora
Stationery, Programs
Club Pins, Keys
Medals, Trophies
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G i t 5-78J7
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More taste by far...yet low in tat...And
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VOL.
XLIV, NO. 2 7
Libous Serves As Editor-in-Chief,
Gebhardt Managing Editor In '60
Traskus Announces
Other Staff Changes
Photo by Tod Proskln
BARBARA LIBOUS
Monica Traskus '60, Editor-in-Chief of
the State College News, announces the following changes on News Board for the coming year.
Editor
Barbara Libous '61 is the newly elected
Editor-in-Chief who will take over the duties involved immediately.
Robert Gebbhardt '61 has been elected to
the position of Managing Editor; a position,
not filled last year, involving coordination
of the office Staff.
Associate Editors
Patricia La Balbo and Robert Huneke,
Sophomores, fill the positions of Associate
Editors vacated by Miss Libous and Gebhardt.
Elaine Romatowski 'Gl h a s been
elected to t h e position of Feature
Editor, replacing David Feldman
GO.
D a n Labcille '62 replaces J o h n
Moddcr 'GO as Sports Editor.
Replacing J a m e s M c F u g h . Public
Relations, J a n e G r a h a m , Business
Manager, and J a n i c e G r a h a m , Circulate n and Exchange, Seniors, a r e
S e n a t e began its proceedings with held for officers of all organizations Dave Zamory 'Gl, B a r b a r a Wieninga S l a t e F a i r report by t h e Co- from Februai-y 2 to February 5. er 'Gl, Valerie Yule 'G2, respectively.
t'ha,linen, Camic Everett a n d Lou Decimation^ a n d preference blanks Desk Editors
U'oluu', Juniors. They asked l'oi "Mist he iu by February <) Voting
Freshmen elected to t h e position
will take pla.ee February 12, 13 a n d
of Desk Eiiitor a r e : Don Allen, J i m
Senate's approval of t h e suggestion
IS. A political rally will be held in
to use a portion of t h e proceeds from Bruba. her game room on February Blenker, Linda LaSalle. Ed Mangelsdorf, D o n s Muhlich, Gary Penfield,
s t a t i Fair to p a r t i c i p a t e in t h e Ex11 lrom 7:30 to 11 p.m.
Total Vienese, I r e n e Wister.
periment in I n t e r n a t i o n a l Living
C o m m o n s ta ters
plan. Tluoiigh this plan a S t a t e I m p e a c h m e n t
Senior, F r a n Jadick a n d Tony
College student, having completed
T h e last item on t h e agenda was
D'Onolri > a r e C o m m o n s t a t e r s lor
his J u n i o r year, will spend a sum- the discussion on t h e motion brought
the next semester.
mer in Europe. T h i s s t u d e n t will be a t t h e last meeting to impeach
The consultant staff will include:
chosen by a board of three faculty Senator Battaly. T h e basis of B a t - Feldman J a m e s Dougherty, J a n e
members a n d two students. In addi- taly'.s defense was t h e constitution- G r a h a m , Modder, Elizabeth Spencer,
and Miss Traskus.
tion, a foreign student, will be ality of correlating unexcused a b sences
from
meetings
with
neglect
brought to S t a t e College lor a complete school year. Senate u n a n i m - oi duty. T h e motion for impeachwas passed.
Meeting a d ously approved this plan. T h e fin- ment
lourned
ancial sin eess of t h e plan depends
Senate:
State Fair Proceeds to Send
Student Abroad for Summer
Speech Class
Presents Play
Cheerleaders to
Sponsor Dance
Notice
L G. BALFOUR
8, I 9 6 0
The olfice of Oscar E. Lanford,
Dean of the College, a n n o u n c e s t h e T h e Starters
schedule oi second semester fee p a y S t a r t i n g a t center for t h e I n d i a n s
ment ;i:id rules for payment.
will be J o h n Smith, leading r e There are live days for fee p a y - bounder. Flanking h i m on t h e forments; do not c u t classes to pay fees. ward line will be P a t M a r t o n e a n d
Packets may be picked up in t h e J o h n Legasse. At t h e guard posiBusiness Office a t t h e next most tion Siena boasts Gary Smith, top
toi.veniciu Una.. T h u d - q u a r t e r s t u - scorer of t h e season averaging nine
dent teachers m u s t pay lees on points per game, a n d J o e Healey.
Wednesday, J a n u a r y 27. before g o D e n n y Johnson, D o n Cohen,
ing off campus.
Sherwin Bowen, J i m Greene will
Currently enrolled s t u d e n t s w h o be starting for t h e Peds. T h e fifth
failed to pre-register a n d t u r n in m a n , if Casey is still n o t able to
their packets on or before D e c e m - play h a s not y e t been picked.
ber 18, 1959, will pay a lr.te charge
Coach Sauers h a s stated t h a t he
unless they present a n c::cuse from does n o t consider this game to be
the m e d u a l
office. Regular ses- of special importance. He regards
sion students who do n o t pay their this a s a regular game a n d h e plans
fees or make satisfactory a r r a n g e - on playing it as such. T h e Peds
ment.') with t h e Business Office by (Continued
an Page, lh Column 1/
February 5, I960, a r c considered n o t
registered.
Procedure For Paying Fees
Make out, all checks in advance for
the exact a m o u n t d u e . Make p a y ment to: NYS College for T e a c h ers.
upon a $1200 profit from S t a t e Fair.
Fees: All s t u d e n t s ' college fee, 12
hours or n.ore, $27.50. 11 hours or
"Campus King to equal more
less, $2.50 plus $] 75 per hour.
T h e Speech 202 class vail present
money for S t a t e Fair. W h o will be Mone\
Pick up packets in t h e Business this \ ear's most popular malt not
The Glass .Menagerie by Tennessee
The
nest
order
oi
business
Was
a
Offi<e Dluo, p.e, tees and fill o u t by his .secret ballot appeal, but by
Williams on Tuesday and WednesID card a., soon a., possible a l t e r his money drawn)
day, in Richardson 291, beginning
appeal'.'" This requi :,t m a d e by Janice G r a h a m ,
leaving the Lusmess Office.
at H pan : no charge for admission.
statement
was released
recently representing S t u d e n t Union Board
Pick up packets according to t h e I n u n S t a t e Fair Co-Chairmen Camic lor $450 to be appropri ted from
T h e production is a staged readCheer! .ciers will sponsor a dance ing by t h e Advanced Oral Interfollowing schedule:
Everett and Lou Wolner, Juniors.
surplus tor an Inaugural Ball to be to be i eld in t h e BrUoacher Game pretation (dass. Although
it is
C a m p u s King, a relatively new
Monday, Feb. 1:
idea on campus, will be chosen from held on February 20 honoring new Room tonight lrom !) p.m. 'o 12 basically a s c r i p t - i n - h a n d reading,
9-10 Abbott-Barbieri.
the facilities of lighting, movement,
six Senior on t h e n i g h t of S t a t e Student Association officers. Discus- midnight.
10-11 Haiv/c.v. ki-Bowen
A le.iture ol t h e dance l , a pep and sound will be employed.
Fair. February 6.
sion billowed as to t h e possibility of
11-12 Bower-Byron.
Nominations lor this high position charging admission to this affair. rally led b\ t h e cheerleaders. T h e
12-1 Caecavale-Conca.
pep r.illv is in preparation lor the ('ast
will
be held J a n u a r y 11, 12, 12 from
1-2 Cotulojani-Deali
In in di r to legislate oil tills motion Albain S t a l e vs. Siena basketball
Those who w i l l appear in t h e
10
a.m.
to
4
p.m.
with
dec
luiations
2-:( DearsU ne-Klnir.el t
an.i- tomorrow night a t t h e Arm- performance a r e : F r a n Offricht 'GO,
s
nece
s,
ry
lor
Senate
to
met!
to
follow
on
the
If
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15.
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Tuesday Feb. 2:
u
as Amanda
Wingl'ield;
Edward
m a committee o! the whole ory.
the preliminary election to narrow
!)-!()* Enders-Fox
A highlight ol the evening will be Mendus, Grad, as Tom Wingfleld:
the
Held
to
six
will
he
J
a
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2<l
10-11 I''] anc,:el-( ioodenoW
is di tided by a majoril v vole
the i re eiiial mn ol a c haimpionship S, nulla Fa ye, Grad, a s Laura; and
and 29. All students a t S t a t e .in- to ta ;e the till ire aim mill I n
11-12 (loodrich-lh a l e /
u r - tropin which was won by the AJ- John Heald, Grad, as t h e Gentleeligible to nominate anil Vol \
12-1 llca.slcy- l/./o
plus
ban\ Slate lu.sf.ol ball team at tin man Caller.
T h e final vote will consist ol con1-" Jarkof sky-King
NAIA
District No 21 tournaincnl
It l.s under Lie direction ol Jarka
tributions lrom the student body
T h • President then reported t h a t
2-3 Kirchgi ssliei -1 ,ec
and t h e person receiving the larg- t h e pending Student Association held December 20-20, in New Jersey. '.;{. Bui inn, Associate Professor ol
Wednesday Feb. U:
'f!i
I r pphy w ill he presented by l'ngllsh.
est amounts ol money donated to eh • tinn would be run ace ording to
9-10 l,i g-M;.nne,
C a m p u s d i e s ' will reign a , t.l.e lir.it lie- election bill drawn Up by last i lie l e a n i iptain, Dennis J o h n .on
10-11 Manning-Millei
Annual Campus King.
year's Senate. Nominations will In- tin, to Rol ert Helwlg 'GO, President
11-12 Millct-Myslinsk!
ol Ihe Sluuenl Association, and will
S t a t e Fair l.s held annually to
12-1 Nadlcr-Oppedisano
be on i,I .play 111 the HI udent Union
provide iunds for foreign students
1-2 Orctsklll-Pletrick.
follow in t h e presentation.
to come and study on State's c a m p 2-2 Pietrosimune-Rendert.
Robert Anderson, Director of
Hi hai o
Sauers,
Assist a n t
us. Funds lrom last year's Fair are
Off C a m p u s Placement, a n l-Tolessor ol Physical Education, will
Thursday, Feb. i:
currently benefitting several stunounces t h a t
a n evaluation
be present to give a short speech
9-10 Ithodcs-Schalck.
d e n t s attending Slate this year.
The Director of Off Campus
meeting will be held for secChairman ol tins event is J a c 10-11 St harfeld-Hloger
Student T e a c h e r Placement,
According to Wolner and Everett,
ond ljuarter off c a m p u s stuqueline Lindsay '(12.
11-12 Small-Strong.
Robert Anderson, requests Unit
thirty different organizations have
dent teachers on Wednesday,
It h a s also been announced mat
12-1 St t.hunker-Tyler
all students who participated in
offered to assist t h e fund raising
J a n u a r y 27 a t i) a.m.
SUB is at t h e present tune making
1-2 Uline-Walter.
the September Experience Proc a m p a i g n by having concessions a t
plans lor an Inaugural Bull which
2-3 Walther-Williamson
Another m a t t e r of concern is
gram of 11)511 report to Draper
this year's Fair. T h e faculty will
will la- le-ld on February 20. Present
the orientation III e e t i n g for
34!) a t li p.m. T h e (late is .Moni n a u g u r a t e the first a n n u a l faculty
Friday, Feb.
plans in hide a dorm Dining Room
third quarter off c a m p u s teaday, a n d it is a compulsory
opening show
9-10 Wili
Wygant
as Ihe place where this Ball will be
chers on T h u r s d a y , J a n u a r y 28
meeting lor all those concerned.
Everett and Wolner have predict10-11 Yandiun-Yule.
held.
at i) a.m. Attention h a s been
The September Experience Proed t h a t this year's Fair will be t h e
11-12 Zachow-Zwlcklebauer.
C h a i r m a n oi t h e event is Janice
drawn to t h e fact Unit a t t e n d gram is p a r t of t h e program of
12-3 All students who could n o t largest and most profitable of any
G r a h a m '00.
ance is compulsory.
Education 21.
Fairs u p to date.
make it on schedule.
StudentstoElect
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