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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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Golf, Archery, Dancing, Music
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A L B A N Y , 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.
I n 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 decidingthis 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
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at low prices
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Albany, N. V.
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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 Labeille '62 replaces J o h n
Modeler '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 , Cireulati. 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 '01, B a r b a r a Wieninga S l a t e F a i r report by t h e Co- from Fe-bruai-y 2 to February 5. er 'Gl, Valerie Yule 'G2, respectively.
Chairmen, Camic Everett a n d Lou Declination^ a n d preference blanks Desk Editors
W.iLi. i, Juniors. They asked foi "Mist he iu by February <) Voting
Freshmen elected to t h e position
Senate's approval of t h e suggestion will take pla.ee February 12, 12 a n d of Desk Eiiitor a r e : Don Allen, J i m
IS. A political rally will be held in Blenker, Linda LaSallc. Ed Mangelsto use a portion of t h e proceeds from
s t a t i Fair to p a r t i c i p a t e in t h e Ex- Bruba. her game room on February dorf, D.ui.s M'i'.hlich, Gary Penfield,
11 from 7:20 to 11 p.m.
Totai Vienese, I r e n e Wister.
periment in I n t e r n a t i o n a l Living
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m
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n
t
C o m m o n s ta ters
plan. Tluoitgh this plan a S t a t e
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 for
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,
ami 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 - ol duty. T h e motion I'm- 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 turn. 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 encuse from does n o t consider this game to be
the medital
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 inure
less, $2.50 plus $] 75 per hour.
T h e Speech 202 class will present
money for .State Fair, W h o will be Money
Pick up packets in t h e Business this \ ear's most popular mail not
Tbc Glass .Menagerie by Tennessee
The
lie-:;
order
ol
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 J a i m e G r a h a m ,
leaving the Lusmess Office.
at H p.in : 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! .aid's will sponsor a dance
following schedule:
Everetl and Lou Wolner, Juniors.
surplus for an Inaugural Ball to be to be i eld in t h e BrUoacher Game ing by t h e Advanced Oral Interpretation class. Although
it is
C a m p u s King, a relatively new
Monday, Feb. 1:
held mi February 20 honoring new Room tonight irom !) p.m. 'o 12 basically a s c r i p t - i n - h a n d reading,
idea mi campus, will be chosen from
9-10 Abbott-Barbieri.
lhe 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- in idi light.
10-11 Harc/cw. ki-Bowen
A lecture ol t h e dance l , a pep and sound will be employed.
sion billowed as to t h e possibility of
Fair. February 6.
11-12 Bower-Byron.
Nominations lor this high position char, ill!1 admission to this affair. rally led b\ t h e cheerleaders. T h e
12-1 Caecavale-Conca.
will
be held J a n u a r y 11, 12, 12 from In oi ui r to legislate on this motion pep rally is m preparation lor the ('ast
1-2 Cotulojani-Deali
Albany S l a t e vs. Siena basketball
Those who w i l l appear in t h e
10
a
in. t,ii 4 p.m. with (let luiations
2-:( DearsU ne-Klnir.el t
'.one 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
14
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la.
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u
Tuesday, Feb. 2:
as Amanda
Wingl'ield;
Edward
the preliminary election to narrow
in a coiniillLI.ee o! the whole ory.
!)-!()' Enders-Fox
A highlight ol the evening will be Mendus, Grad, as Tom Wingfleld:
the
Held
to
six
will
he
Janu.j-y
22
is di elded by a majoril v vole the | i e cnlal mil ol a i haimpionslllp S,nulla Fa ye, Grad, a.s Laura; and
10- 11 FialicKel-( ioodonow
and 29. All students a t S t a t e .in- to ta ;e t h e t i l t ire a i m m i l t I n
u r - tropin which was won by the Al- John Heald, Grad, as t h e Gentle11-12 Cioodrich-llealey
eligible to nominate anil Vol •,
12-1 Hea.sley-L.zo
plus
bum Stall' lu.sf.ol ball team at tin man Caller.
T h e final vote will consist ol con1-" Jackolsky-King
• President then reported t h a t N A I A H e . m e t No 21 toiirnainenl
It l.s under Lie direction of Jarka
tributions trum the student body
Th
2-:i Kirchgi ssliei -1 ,ec
and t h e person receiving the larg- the pending Student Association held December 22-20, III New Jersey. '.;{. Buiiaii, Associate Professor ol
Wednesday, Feb. :!:
'I'll I r iphy w ill be presented by l'ngllsh.
est amounts ol money donated to eh ctidi would be run aci ordmg to
9-10 l,egg-M; line.
C a m p u s ('lies', will reign a , the lir.it He- election bill drawn up by last I lie team i iptam, Dennis J o h n .on
10-11 Manning-Millei
Annual Campus King.
year's Senate. Nominations will be On, to Kol el't Ilelwig '00, President
11-12 Millct-Myshnsk!
ol 11 it- Sluuenl Association, and will
S t a t e Fair l.s held annually to
12-1 Nadlcr-Oppedisano
be on ci .play in the SI udent Union
provide iunds lor foreign students
1-2 Oretsklli-l'letl'lek.
follow in t h e presentation.
to come and study nil Slate's c a m p 2-2 fietrosimone-Kendert.
Robert Anderson, Director of
Hi hai 0
Sauers,
Assist a n t
us. Funds Irom last year's Fair are
Off C a m p u s Placement, a n Priilessor ol Physical Education, will
Thursday, Feb. 4:
currently benefitting several stunounces t h a t
a n evaluation
be present to give a short speech
9-10 Ithodcs-Scliulck.
d e n t s attending Slate this year.
The Director of Oil' Campus
meeting will be- held for secChairman ol this event is J a c 10-11 •Si harfeld-Sloger
Student T e a c h e r Placement,
According to Wolner and Everett,
ond quarter off c a m p u s stuqueline Lindsay '02.
11-12 Small-Strong.
Robert Anderson, requests t h a t
thirty different organizations have
dent teachers on Wednesday,
It h a s also been announced mat
12-1 St t.hunker-Tyler
all students wiio 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 time 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-Williainson
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
wiil la- le-ld on February 20. Present
the orientation 111 e e t i n g for
34!) a t li p.m. T h e date 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 w a Wygant
as the 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.
it)-ii Yandiun-Yule.
Everett and Wolner have predictheld.
at i) a.m. Attention h a s been
The September Experience Pro11-12 Zachow-Zwlcklebauer.
ed t h a t this year's Fair will be t h e
C h a i r m a n of t h e event is Janice
drawn to t h e fact tliat a t t e n d gram is p a r t of t h e program of
12-2 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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FRIDAY,
NEWS
JANUARY
8,
Amen
"If I am nominated, I will not run; if I am elected, I
will not serve" as editor of this paper for another week! It
has been interesting, disillusioning, nerve racking, and at
times rewarding. But times goes on and this is the last
issue I'm responsible for, and you know what, I'm glad.
After three and one half years of being in the News office on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights, I'll now
have a chance to see what college students normally do
on those nights.
The office has been left to a capable staff which with
the support and cooperation of the student body can turn
out a very good paper. It is very important for everyone
to realize that putting out the paper is not a job which
only affects the staff, but everyone who wants to have
news in it.
44-45 . . .
P e r h a p s you feci relieved and
maybe even a little sad as your
job comes to a n end. Everyone
knows t h a t t h e Editor of t h e
NEWS contributes m u c h time
a n d effort in fulfilling' his position.
T h e staff which h a s worked
with you during- t h e p a s t year
appreciates all you h a v e done
for us, t h e NEWS a n d most i m p o r t a n t t h e e n t i r e school.
You can feel proud of the job
you have done.
T h a n k s , Monica, for everything-.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
ESTABLISHED
BY
THE
CLASS
MAY
1916
OF
1918
n e r a n d E v e r e t t to give a r e p o r t
on State F a i r (applause) . . . Helwig concerned over m a r i t a l s t a t u s
of new C a m p u s K i n g . . . Helwig
now concerned over dimensions of
C a m p u s K i n g . . . Sounds like he
is worried.
Natives a r e restless, we've seen
quieter 8th graders.
S e n a t e solidly backs
Wolner's
suggestions in straw vote. Wolner
and Everett leave (applause).
G r a h a m , representing SUB, asks
for $450 for n e w inaugural ball . . .
Fowler panics (quickly recovers)
. . . S e n a t e sets about getting a
band for S U B very serious . . . Nesbitt worried about receiving line
for new SA Pros. . . . might wind
up no longer t h a n t h e line of wellwishers . . . Fowler panics again
WE CAN DO W I T H O U T
. . . end of t h e world parties
yogurt . . . t h r e e e x a m s in one day
. . . exams . . . losing to Siena . . .
bartenders who won't listen to our
troubles . . . Dippikill . . . people
who don", know w h a t they'-e talking about . . . people who don't . . .
the ice in t h e p a r k i n g lot . . . people who know their place, but won't
dig it . . . treys who remember a l t e r
they've loaned us money . , , the
sixth dav ol a five-day deodorant
pad . . . writing this column . . .
knocking' S e n a t e this week . . . those
idiots who say "Is it cold enough
for you?" . . . classes before 2 p.m.
and i Iter H p.m. . . . mornings . . .
M a r t i a n jokes . . M a r t i a n s . . . our
pictures beading the column this
week . . . this week . . . people who
don't rea.l this column . . . p a n h a n d lers who drive to work. . . .
EN PASSANT
We can't figure out why Erskine
Caldwell bothers to write. T h a t m a n
could have such a good time just
sitting a r o u n d t h i n k i n g .
We tried to buy a bum a meal the
other day. but all he wanted was a
dime for the parking meter.
"Operation
Petticoat"
Ca ry
G r a n t , Tony Curtis.
Runs the g a m u t from the ridiculous to the sublime. You'll have the
feeling t h a t you probably could
have written the script yourself but
we'll have to a d m i t that tile humor
is consistent. T h e characters, roles,
and .situations a r c al typical We
didn't think it possible for a lousy
flick to be highly e n t e r t a i n i n g
STRAND
"The Wreck of the Mary Deare."
Gary Cooper. C h a r l t o n Heston.
" T h e .strange story ol Gideon
Patch" . .
really tiioili h with a
name like thai we'd h i v e In i,ehe\ e
il Ii you've been blei-sed \ulh a
twisled sense ol h u m o r you'll love
this one fans! T h i s guy lii hl.s a losing battle lor two \M'ek.i Willi a seasick crew. T h e outcome is rather
spectacular but we still couldn't
help thinking t h a t vivid color and
.'(nl dimension would lend thai needed touch ol realism
DELAWARE
Gamman - State*
Do 1/bu Think fbrl/burself?
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" T h e time has conic, the walrus said, 'to speak of m a n y thing's.'"
—Coleridge
F R O M I S TO YOL
It lias been said, and .somewhat wisely, t h a t all good things must
end. It is with this thought that, we write our last column. It's been fun
and informative; at least, -for us. Believe it or not. sometimes your confusion was not greater than our own. A word of advice to future Comm o n - S t a t e r s : Sparing the rod will not spoil t h e child, b u t m i g h t e n courage the child to do some good. It was this t h o u g h t t h a t guided us;
we knocked where it was necessary but not often enough to be m e a n .
So—hail and farewell.
AS YOU KNOW
We clout like; The posters in the peristyles, in case you h a v e n ' t
gotten the clue before; the substandard size of Page hall, stage, and
gym; t h e long trek to an anti-climatic c a m p ; the relative inactivity of
.Press Bureau; used (hewing gum in the drinking fountains; student
lack of interest in fund-raising events; administrative control over
cocktaihng; the improvised and impoversehed Co-op storeroom—namely,
the halls.
REMEDIAL LIVING
We would like: The above dislikes remedied; a good-Torch Night
skit; heated but sensible campaigning in the forthcoming elections; Mysk a n i a recommendations for nominees they would like to see elected to
their group; more publicity lor honoraries; c o m m e n c e m e n t exercises in
front of Page rather t h a n in back ol Bru; a new school mascot—or a
gigantic campaign building up the prestige of our present penguin; I F G
to schedule Marty, Roman Holiday, and A S t r e e t c a r Named Desire; more
all-school formats to be held first semester.
EVENTUALLY
We prophesy: T h a t the student body will have increased to skateyeig'ht or a t lea.st umptynine within the next year; professor's salaries
will approach 25.000- not dollars, of course; the c a m p u s will move to
a campus-site; bridge will edge out all major sports on campus, and a
c e r t a i n coach will receive a different type of trophy—a g r a n d s l a m ;
illness will reach an all-time high next semester.
WHY NOT WE TOO
Dear Deans: Correct us if we're wrong, but it seems to us t h a t due to
a lack of mid-semester break la.st. year, there was a n unusual a m o u n t of
student-illness. Although we recognize il as educationally unsound, a t
least, we are honest, enough to admit that, .students c r a m for exams.
Rveryone else has a. .substantial vacation to allow them to recuperate
from t h e pressures of exams, before they commence t h e pressures of
classroom activities. Why not we, too?
EVENTFUL
Big' doings: The first annua] Foreign .Student-,' Day, relating' S t a t e
Fair with fho.se .subsidized by the venture; S t a t e Fair itself; elections
and Inauguration Day; the first [naugural Hall. S l a t e plays Siena S a t urday
"Useless" will be there, will you? hooking back, as we are prone
to do. we like lo admit t h a t the special I unci ions of the present administration, from MUD in .May to Parents' Day, were exceptionally wellplanned and well- lippoi'tctl. S K l ' H I D O O
l.o you!
LOTS O' 1.1 ( K
Double, double, loll anil trouble; : rib n a m , pu)XT, exam For those
ol you who do we'll SIT von next semester For them that, don't it's
been line.
LAST B I T NOT LEAST
It's difficult to sum up a semi fer II., tin- biggest achievement been
hew doors? Will success spoil Joe College? Who killed Cock Robill? Are
\oii on the SIS Ii I? Motto: Walk IOI'IIV and curry a big stick ol gum
? O F T i l l : WEEK
Ha', e \ou e.ii I'leii yolu shale ol the load?
Photo by Ted Proskln
O O O P S ! WE G O O F E D ! Weeks ago t h e Co-op a n d t h e R. J. Reynolds
Company sponsored a contest a n d we d i d n ' t a n n o u n c e t h e winners, so
h e r e they a r e : t h e TV was won by J o h n Modder a n d donated t o t h e L a
Salle School shown in the picture; Alpha Pi Alpha won t h e sterco;l
Beta Zeta won the radio.
(BUZZ THIS QUIZ A N D SEE WHERE YOU LAND!*)
The Facade
By LEVIN and T H O M P S O N
"The Mouse That Roared."
As much as we h.d e to do it. we're
In ten •jiuiii'iid
ibis
one
First Place CSPA
Second Place ACP going
readers It's a fantastic ..ton ol a
J a n u a r y 8, 1960
No 27 pint sl/,cd nation and its live ci.llun
Vol. XL IV
ego D o n ! get despondent lans. we'll
M e m b e r s of t h e NKWH M.if! m a y be re.ulii-tl T a i .
and WeilneM iiy Irom 7 t<j 11 ge around to knocking tile I) law are
p m a t a-3328. e x t e n s i o n 1! Phonej> T r u i k u . i ft-7448.
iii.mi 2-'yj2ij. M o d d e r 8UOJJ4
M't.
FHIDAV, J A M AKV K
T h e u i i d c r x r u d u a i e new p a p e r ol S u a e U i i m r M i y
lent ol Kd'lr itlon a t A l b a n y ,
News Hoard lor t h e H l u d e n l
7 JO j . in
IFG Film. Kiss .Me, Kate, 1'age
p u b l i s h e d e v e r y l-'riiluy ol t h e College :.car by n
A*MXlat:oii
IJ-12 p i n
Heat S H I M Dalai Hill Giuiie lfioni
NKWH UOAItD
IL hi p in
K Ii Formal Hush Part \
E D 1 T O K - I N - CI II El'
MONICA THA.SKU.'i
SATURDAY, J A M AKV II
KOBKHT CIEBHAKDT
. Associate E d i t o r
li :i() p.in
Stale \ Siena .IV Armory.
IJAiUlAKA L I B O U S
Associate Editor
!i liu p i n
.Stale i Siena Varsity, Armory.
DAVID I-'KIJJMA.M
Hubert K. Munsey, Director
•. F e a t u r e E d i t o r
MONDAY, J A M AKV II
JOHN MODDEB
of Housing, announce.)! all stuH|Kirts UUItoi
!! a Hi -1 p m Flections for SCA ollicers, Lower D
JAMfcS M e H U G l i . .
dents iiol planning to live in
Public R e l a t i o n s E d i t o r
li HI) p m
I'.'i Gamma collee hour lor SDH
JANE GKAHAM
college dorms or houses uexl
>.iie.v> A d v e r t i s i n g E d l t o i
li.:i(l p.in
li/, col h i hour loi waiters drivers, and cooks from
Ei!.Lor
JANIC'K G R A H A M
semester
because
of
other
plans
on anil Kxehalltfe
Formal Dinner
E
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JAMES UOUOHEKTY
or leaving school should contact
-km.su] lanl HporU
ii :ill p m
Col Si una Tin la collee hour Potter Club.
ELIZABETH BPEN0EK
him or I lien ('. Stokes, Dean of
Consultant Editor
T l ESDAY, J A M AKV l i
TED i'ltOUKlN . . . . .
Women, as soon as possible so
I'll***,
'.) a in -1 p m Flections lor SCA olllcer.s, bower D
that they may fill vacancies.
(i :il) p ill
.1 V is New Pall/., Page
Names
All l i o m i n u n i c a t l o n h MIOU 1 be addressi il lo the e n . ' . , i aiii] in
u.lbllrty
Applications a r e now being
li lib p m
Varsity Vs New I'alt/,, Page
will be w i t h h e l d un r e q u e s t The STATE COI.I.EGK NKWH i .... .
lor oplnion.s ex.pre&j>eu In It* column* oi i oiiiinun.i at,oiio .1.-, .in
do nut
taken by Munsey for jobs in the
li uo p in
( i e n n a i i i 'lub. B i l l
oecass&rUy reflect it* view*
new kitchen, serving Allien and
li 00 p m
The Class ."Menagerie, U2!)l
.Men's Dorms, to be opened early
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY l i
second semester. Anyone interU 00 a m
Meeting ol second quarter oil c a m p u s s t u d e n t teachers
ested is to contact him.
« (JO p m
T h e Class Menagerie, R2'J1
By DAVE FELDIMAN
"A little l e a r n i n g is a clangorous t h i n g " m o a n s
(A) it's heifer to leave y o u r mind a l o n e ; iB)
people w h o act. on h a l f - k n o w l e d g e often m a k e
m i s t a k e s ; (C) b e w a r e ol s o p h o m o r e s .
V0U||U,|R.S|
even if hi, ted li iii iw he's
ii L;is((• you can really enjoy. A Unnknuj
ild, what ran you i l o a b o u l
il'.' i ( ' ) i lii r e ' , not hing in
there an} i v ; i \ .
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because i A) lie II b i l e ; I l i )
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will havo found out I hal Viceroy frivos
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filter.
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man's
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That's Viceroy!
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tllcm
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rat her have i.\ j a job wit h
an a aired income for life,
Inn Vi il Ii no eli,Hire 111 i i i erea e | ! . ' I Hi a ji ill where
y o u ' l l alway . lie paiil according lo y o u r a l i i l i l irs?
( ( ' l a Job where .Sou have
i n ; c h anee r a p i d l y or be
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College Calendar
Notice
I960
Exclusive Interview
Mi-. B a t t a l y . w h a t is your r e a c tion to your i m p e a c h m e n t ? "I have
no c o m m e n t to m a k e a t this time."
Is it t r u e t h a t you consulted a lawyer in regards to this case? "Yes.
I felt t h a t it would clarify my p r e sentation of this case to S e n a t e . "
WAIT!! You Passed em
By PASQUERELLA and L E W I S
8,
about the money bit but still is
passed away . . . S e n a t e opens their
h e a r t s (and SA's pocketbook) . . .
SUB goes away h a p p y . . .
B a t t a l y goes into the frying p a n
. . . after lengthy and confused discussion, Battaly moves out of t h e
frying pan into the fire . . . S e n a t e
impeaches B a t t a l y . . . T h r e e vote
No . . . Battaly, Shepnrd and Aceto
. . . Two abstain, N o t t i n g h a m and
Smith . . . Why?
bilious
PALACE
Barbara—
Welcome to the ranks of editors of the STATE COLLEGE NEWS! You may not fully realize yet just how far
you've stuck your neck out. From now until next January
you can't stop fighting—fighting to put out a paper, to
put out a good paper, to make the paper respected, honest,
and sincere.
You've got to begin to look at State College as an outsider does, but with an insider's devotion. When you're
most discouraged, and there's no one to help you, remember you have forty-four former editors watching you and
indirectly helping you.
Don't let No. 46 down, and don't lose sight of what
the News stands for. Yours is the most important position
in the school—stand up to it.
E. A. S.
A CYNIC
A jovial Senate convened Wednesday n i g h t a n d after t h e meeting
was called to order by President
Helwig, t h e m i n u t e s were read. It
a p p e a r e d to this writer t h a t the
r e a d i n g of the minutes was like a
supervised study with a m a x i m u m
placed on joke telling and a m i n i m u m placed on reading.
Roll call s t a r t s . . . oops fire drill
. . . Helwig rises to the occasion
a n d advises t h a t i m p o r t a n t papers
be removed from t h e room. Needless to say, all papers remained on
t h e tables.
After freezing for fifteen m i n u t e s
waiting for t h e all-clear signal
Secretary
Cavanaugh
continues
w i t h t h e roll . . . 4 absent, not a
bad n i g h t . . . Helwig calls on Wol-
To the Editor:
Barbara
JANUARY
Battaly 0 For 3; Lawmakers Impeach
Just Once I'd Like To See .... eom^umdcati^u
All my friends return after finals . . . . 100% student
approval for some change here at State . . . . The campus
moved to Washington Avenue so President Collins can get
some new blueprints . . . . no finals . . . . the Editor of the
State College News paid . . . . recognition for a job well done
for Dave Miller, Publicity Director at State . . . . Dippikill
sold . . . . Inter-Sorority and Inter-Fraternity Council sponsor more than one formal per year . . . . a vacation with no
term papers . . . . a State football team . . . . Cabinet a
functioning body . . . . no tests on the day we leave for
home for a vacation. . . . State beat Siena . . . . an A on my
transcript . . . . an Inauguration Day like Moving-Up-Day
in the good old days . . . . the new Editor put out a paper
without developing a headache . . . . a mid year vacation
. . . . no hours for State women (dream big) . . . . no apathy
. . . . more organizations like Student Union Board . . . . a
real political campaign for SA office . . . . a large News staff
that worked . . . . Myskania regain its former importance
. . . . Senate run smoothly . . . . State win four basketball
games in a row . . . . Greeks keep all the rushing rules . . . .
more big weekends . . . . another college snow day . . . . an
Albany winter with no ice . . . . last but not least, two A's
on my transcript. . . .
FRIDAY,
I960
III
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you're apt lo be a \ iceroy smoker. You
The Man Who Thinks for Himself Knows —
ONLY VICEROY HAS A THINKING MANS FILTER...A SMOKING MAN'S TASTE!
F a c a d e : 1, a face or front, or t h e ever used this knowledge to know
principal p a r t of a building. 2. t h e yourselves — which is perhaps the
front p a r t of a n y t h i n g (a facade of greatest knowledge. Some of you
wealth; a f a c a d e of happiness), have, but most have stopped, t r e m R h y m e s with bus-nod (without t h e bling, a t t h e brink of discovery;
N of course).
both scared of what you see, and
ft may not be exactly according to t J > 0 intellectually lazy to go further
Webster, but the above definition anyway. So r a t h e r t h a n learning
should do for those of you who may about yourselves, you have created
have wondered from time to time yourselves. You have created from
your knowledge a mask and a p a r t
during foe pa.st year.
for yourselves to use. I t is not your
How do you say goodbye to someown, but it is your refuge and your
thing t h a t you have enjoyed very
security, ft is your facade.
m u c h ? This is the last 'Facade' and
I feel t h a t my a t t e m p t s to tell you
some farewell seems in order,
this have generally been either misI've h".d a good time. I t h a s been interpreted, or misunderstood. But
fun trying to show yo tr flubs and r knew t h a t t h e battle was lost from
j o u r fallacies to you. It h a s been the s t a r t . People do not ordinarily
interesting' watching you hi the w a n t to look at theinrelves, and
Union, the Conunons and cafeteria, they w a n t less to have other people
a t soccer games, in the bars and a t look i.nd tell w h a t they see.
your parties. I t h a s really been sort
I only hope t h a t I may have m a d e
of a year long class if Ed 21 in you aware of your own facades. My
people. T h e ^ o b s e r v a t i o n
reports fondest wLsh'is t h a t I may 'have" d e n t
c a m e out on Friday and their pur them a little. At any rate, I've had
pose was to show you w h a t is be- a lot of fun hacking a t them.
hind your facades.
Do not worry, I'm not leaving.
If I have ever had any subjects, This is only my first fond farewell.
they have been all of you and your But this is the last 'Facade'—on
facades. You arc really nice people paper t h a t is.
trying to play t h a t you are not. ]
have tried to show this to you. If 1
have not succeeded, t h a t is too bad.
If I have, a t any rate, amused you,
then tit lea.st one of my purposes
h a s been attained.
I think L'li.i, you are afraid, and
Greeks this week schedule coffee
t h a t is why you have developed this
hours and select chairmen for S t a t e
iui.sk, tills facade. You arc afraid
Fair its others are d o r m a n t preparto be or act yourselves. B u t I think
ing for exams (?) or recuperating
t h a t you are less afraid than most
from vacations.
people. Somehow S t a t e College is a
I'si G a m m a
real mother to most of Us, even
Mildred Pasek '60, President, a n though we are rarely aware of it.
We are nestled here, firm in the nounces the appointment of S t a t e
.security of her protection. Bet aiise Fair Chairmen. They include Bevof tins you gel. less and less afraid erly Cuccavale '61, Betty Forbes
each ye:'.r as you progress class- and Roberta Shoemaker, Sophowise. But what h a p p e n s when you mores. A coffee hour will be held
Monday evening for Sigma L a m b leave?
da Sigma.
It is hoped t h a t when you leave
Sifiina 1'lii Sigma
you will have acquired some kind
Itosetta Kaye '02, President, a n of knowledge to prepare you for the
world. I flunk t h a t you have knowl- nounces that a coffee hour will be
edge, all right, but not the right held Monday evening for the waitkind. You have learned languages ers, drivers, and cooks from Formal
and sciences and the lessons ol the Dinner.
world's great minds. You l a c e also Phi Delta
Donna
Harris
'tiO,
President,
learned how to take other ]>1•uple
a p a r t ; both in the classroom i l l (1 i n stales that a coffee hour was held
for the waiters
t h e c a l e l e i l a and t.'omnioi
V..U Monday evening
have absorbed all kind , ol 11). l l l i ' . S Irom Formal Dinner.
into your leu i ed, jails,a im
1l l t l e Sigma Alpha
Nancy Collis, g r a d u a t e student,
gray brains
lint your knowledge has I M i.illy v, as pledged at a service held Monday
night, announces
Donnalee
slopped there, Very lew ol y 1 lave
1
Anderson '00, President.
Carol
Lambert and Doris Williams, sophomores were selected as co-chairnicii of S l a t e Fair.
( h i Sis nut T h e t a
Nancy Lou Ryan '60, President,
a n n o u n c e s t h a t freshmen pledges
will meet with Pledge Captain J o a n
Corner ONTARIO and BENSON
lieywood '61, on Monday at 7:1ft
p.m. T h e object of this meeting is
DIAL 4-1125
lo leach the sorority Constitution
lo these pledges.
A roffec hour for Edward KMied
Potter Club will be held February 1,
lollowillg t h e regular meeting I h a t
day.
Chi Sigma Thetu's S t a t e Fair coi h a i n n c n are Alice Harron and Ann
College Florist (or Vewm
bltt'il '62.
c?¥<Mde Jicuuli
FLORIST and
GREENHOUSE
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STATE C O L L E G E N E W S FRIDAY, J A N U A R Y 8,
1S6Q
•TATE COLLEGE NEWS
Peds| Cop Christmas Tourney from Pace, Jersey Teams
By Dave Miller
elimination affair in which first one of the all time thrillers in S t a t e
night losers were eliminated and
An Albany t e a m t h a t wouldn't second n i g h t losers played off for basketball. This was the kind of
game fans describe years later to
give up finally cracked its t o u r n a - consolation honors.
m e n t jinx to win t h e c h a m p i o n s h i p
their grandchildren.
of the District 31 NAIA C h r i s t m a s
State Over Jersey City
It all started out when the lead
invitational a t Asbury P a r k last
State's first night effort, an 82-68 changed h a n d s four times, the last
week by beating Glassboro S t a t e in
a double overtime thriller decided t r i u m p h over Jersey City, was paced time putting Albany ahead only to
by Don Cohen's 28 points via 10 blow a five point lead to tic t h e
in t h e final m i n u t e .
field goals and 8 free throws. Rog regulation game at 71-71 and send
T h e P i e - N e w Year's Tourney, In- Casey was second high with 20.
the contest into overtime.
volving six New Jersey teams, Pace,
T
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Peds
keynoted
their
potenGlassboro opened the overtime
a n d Albany State, was the first for
t h e district but will probably be re- tient foul line a t t a c k (netting, in scoring and kept a two point edge
peated annually. I t was a semi- the tournament, a total of 72 of 89 as the teams traded scores until
attempts) by winning this one from the final m i n u t e when Sherwin
the free throw line after being out- Bowen took the two free throws
shot from the field S t a t e employed t h a t made history — and sank them
a zone defense, e a r n i n g a four point both to deadlock the first overtime
lead at the half, before switching at 79 points apiece.
(Continued from Page 1, Column 2) to a m a n - t o - m a n for a while secCohen Opens Scoring:
ond half. T h e Peds reverted to a
will not center their defense around zone late in the game.
Don Cohen broke the ice on the
any one m a n , as was done in the
Paterson State, meanwhile, was second overtime netting a field goal,
past years with the presence of
stage for the semi-final contest on equalized by Glassboro, for the first
J a c k Weaver.
the second night. P u t t i n g a zone to exchange; then Rog Case)' decided
A packed house is expected at work for what coach Dick Sauers t h a t things had gone on long
t h e Armory tomorrow night' — See called "one of our best defensive enough and hit I'm' two field from
games," Albany owned a three point tile field lo give the Peds a four
you there.
halftime lead and went on to a 69- point lead, the name, and the tourL'tica Upsets S t a t e
55 victory paced by the shooting of n a m e n t .
Sherwin Bowen and Rog Casey who
Tuesday night, t h e Sauersmen netted 20 and 17 respectively.
Another sel of field goals, and
lost to the Utica T a n g e r i n e s in a
the game ended with an 85-77 score
STATE vs JERSEY CITY
close 65-61 fray. T h e loss was due
Free Throws Make Difference
on board.
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H a r d - h i t wrestling, suffering from
a manpower s h o r t a g e unequalled in
its history, will take over Page gym
a t 2:00 S a t u r d a y when t h e varsity
and frosh tangle with C. W. Post in
their fourth s t a r t of t h e season.
Down to seven men after Paul
Turse was dropped from the squad,
the Peds will be looking for their
first win of t h e season. They lost
to a powerful Winona team t h a t
placed three men in the top five
brackets in t h e W i l k e s - B a r r c - T o u r .
ney; they h a d been beaten by Cortland and R P I in previous m a t c h e s .
This gives some idea of the t y i »
of opposition t h e Peds have had to
face: a W i n o a t e a m whose heavyweight won t h e c h a m p i o n s h i p ai
Wilkes-Barre, and whose 155 pounder and 115 pound m a n were botli in
t h e top five.
Added to this formidable task,
the m a n who Winona's heavyweight
beat out came from Oswego, a n o t h er of State's opponents.
Albany will go into m a t c h e s like
thus trailing by five before t h e first
man steps on t h e m a t .
T h e Peds were s h u t out for the
second time this season by Winona,
which gained six pins, a forfeit, and
a decision to give State a real taste
of midwestern wrestling.
Dave Pause was the lone Ped not
to be pinned as lie held his 137
pound advisary to a decision with
some brilliant wrestling.
T h e varsity lineup for the C. W.
Post m a t c h will go something like
this: Dan Huff in 123, J a y Kat/.el
a t 130, Pause a t 137, Loun Biolsi a t
147, Dick O'C'onner a t 157, Ken J e w ett a t 107, a n d Tom Ellis a t Heavyweight.
All of these boys have been working hard and deserve your support
at Saturday's m a t c h . This will be no
team t h a t will walk off with honors,
for It is a rebuilding team; but still
can jell to give the kind of performance t h a t is worthy of S t a t e fans'
support.
Prosh Prospects
F r e s h m a n grappling under coach
Tha w
Bob Burlingame lost a 147 pound
man—Steve C o n d o j a n i - - t o be r e placed by Art Brunell, and may have
troubles if J o h n Powhida, a 177pounder who reported overweight
after vacation, docs not get down to
weight.
Oneonta Tuesday
T h e frosh will
meet
Oneonta
Tuesday afternoon a t 4:00 when t h e
Red Dragon Varsity, including former S l a t e great Tom Parrell, invades Page gym.
Parrell is remembered by older
S t a t e fans a.s the first unbeaten,
untied grappler in the annals of
the sport at Stale, when in 1950-57
he won 50 of a possible 50 points to
pace the squad lo a 7-2-1 record.
AMI A Bowling
Roundup
These arc the standing of the two
bowling le igues a.s of J a m lary
fourth.
HANDICAP LEAGUE
Team
W. L.
Mens
4
0
EEP
7
1
Kobras
6
2
Apaches
4
4
IU'S
2
fi
Commuter's .
1
7
Headpinners
0
4
High Averages
R. D u n h a m
159
A. Strassle
150
D. Whifaker
153
C. Demurest
150
SCRATCH LEAGUE
Team
W. L.
KB
7
1
EEP
7
1
Mens
5
3
SLS
4
4
APA
3
5
Commuters
2
fi
O u t t e r d u.ster.s
0
0
Sayles
0
6
High Averages
C Frank
185
J. Brown
170
V. Montouri
1G9
T. Conotta
169
J. Ecklcman
1C9
at the
As I See It
Brubacker Hall
Victory Minded
By JOHN MODDER
FOOTBALL AT STATE—There has been a lot of talk
floating around the halls of State as well as in some of
the best pubs in Albany about football. Do you realize that
there will never be a football team at State until the students of this college voice their opinions on whether they
want one or not? The Athletic Director of this college can't
go into the President's Office and tell him we want football. He would be laughed out of the office because he
hasn't got the authority to want football. It's up to the
students of this college to get together and go to the Athletic Director and tell him v/e want football. With this
backing he can then go in and fight for us. Let's have less
talk and action.
If you have read this article this far you are probably
saying to yourself—all good and well, I want a football
team but who are we going to play, where are we going
to play and won't we get murdered in the first few seasons.
State could set up a three year plan whereby equipment could be bought to equip four intramural teams. After the season is half over an All-Star team could be picked
to scrimmage Union and RPI to gain the confidence that
they would need for a good ball club. The second year the
team could scrimage Union and RPI plus play home
and away games with Buffalo and Oswego State Teachers
who are'also contemplating football. The third year we
would be ready for a full fledged schedule which would include Brockport, Ithaca and New Haven State Teachers.
The team could practice on Vet's Field and could dress
and shower in the red brick building on the field if it were
enlarged another two rooms. The home games could be
played at Blocker on Hawkins Stadium.
All people who want football; BOY OR GIRL, please
contact me by student mail or my word of mouth so that
we can get the ball rolling. IT'S UP TO YOU.
NEW SPORTS EDITOR
Starting in the next paper Danny Labeille will take
over as Sports Editor. Good Luck Danny.
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Beat Siena 1 .
Beat Siena! T h i s will be the shout
of Slate fans as they watch their
team in action against Siena, Saturday night. Once again S t a t e will
be facing one of its biggest rivals
and, ;\s a p r e - g a m e showing of support, a Best Siena Dance will be
held Friday night, 9-12. Sponsored
by the cheerleaders, the d a n c e will
be your opportunity to show your
team t h a t you're behind t h e m all
the way. Presentation of t h e NAIA
trophy by team c a p t a i n , Dennis
Johnson '60 to Bob Helwig '60, SA
President, will be one of t h e highlights of the dance.
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Brubacher Hall t e a m s 1 and 2
seem to be t h r e a t e n i n g opponents
in League I. B2, scoring 11 points,
faced its loss u n d e r t h e scoring
force of Gail G o l d m a c h e r a n d J a n
Arnold, who s h a r e d t h e 19 points
of the score for Bru 2.
Bru 1 whipped G a m m a K a p with
a final score of 26-12. If any other
team is looking for a victory over
Bru 1, it'll have to keep Lcnore Plahave, who scored 22 out of 26, outside of the shooting r a n g e — t h a t ' s
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STATE COLLEGE N E W S
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FRIDAY, J A N U A R Y 8 . I 9 6 0
>MT
EXAM SCHEDULE
B
WX1
s
i
11
m
A
*
-I960
AAA
Schedule for
Final• »Examinations,
First «-«
Semester—January
(With conflicts indicated)
T i m e a n d place for all conflict e x a m i n a t i o n s will b e a r r a n g e d between
s t u d e n t a n d instructor.
( T h e first n a m e d course will provide t h e conflict examination.)
A
Saturday, J a n u a r y 16
9 a.m.
M a 26, H y 130, E S 5, E n 8, S p 37,
Bi 14, Ar 15, S c 2
Conflicts
Sc 2
Ma 26
2 p.m.
Bi 20, S p 9, L a 1C, Hy 122A, B u
109, S p 110, M a 23, P.E. 23, E d
301A, HJ3. 121A.
Monday, January 18
9 a.m.
Ed 21, Ed 114E, B u 125, H y 243, Ed 21
M a 208, L i 100, B u 318, B i 303,
C.L. 135, C h 212.
2 p.m.
Hy 2, H y 3, Ed 114GS, H y 117, Bi 106
En 38, Bi 106, G k 1, S h 7, Li 222,
PI 100, E d 218, B u 15B
PI 100
B u 15B
Hy 117
Tuesday, J a n u a r y 19
9 a.m.
Ed 20, Ed 114SS, E d 114M, E d
114B, Li 310, Hy 2B, E d 114ML,
Ec 203, So 209, E n 246, M a 310,
PI 200, C h 242, C h 261, 1.0. 1
I.C. 1
E d 114B
Ed 20
3 p.m.
E n 3, M a 25, B u 13, B i 125A, Ma 25
Bu 111, S n 103, P h 116, E n 213A,
En 3
Li 320, M a 329, Ec 238, B i 313, Bi 125A
P S . 214
Wednesday, J a n u a r y 20
9 a.m.
S h 13, E n 2, Ec 3, C h 106, E d
203, Ec 105, Ed 319, L a 103, E n
225A, B u 217, Hy 223A, E n 106
En 2
C h 106
E n 106
2 p.m.
Hy 120, M u 1, Hy 220A, B u 8B, Mu 1
S h 139, S p 115A, C h 103, C h 18A
Thursday, J a n u a r y 21
9 a.m.
P y 1, Ar 3, M a 30, H u 123, F r 109,
E n 16, P h 200, Ed 229, H y 233A,
Ed 261, Py 238, B u 319, L a A
Py i
Ar 3
F r 109
E n 16
2 p.m.
P.S. 10, P h 18, F r 2, Bu 2A, F r 8,
P.S. 12, S p 10, G k 203, G e 2, B u
212, Ch 18B, P h 219
Friday, J a n u a r y 22
9 a.m.
Bi 119, G e 9, Sc 1, M a 22, E n
121, M a 111, BU 8A, L a 9, Bi 214
B u 2A
P.S. 12
Bi 119
Sc 1
2 p.m.
Bi 122A, G e 3, M a 110, F r 110,
Mu 33, M a 21, Ma 24, B u 120, Li
113, S h 2C0
Bi 122A
Ge 3
Saturday, J a n u a r y 23
9 a.m.
Hy 4, M a 27, Bu 3A, Hy 101, Ma Ma 27
28
2 p.m.
Bi 22, En 19, Ge 1, Mu 51, Bi 21, Ge 1
Li 117, Bu 2B, Mu 66, Ed 209,
H.E. 1, Ed 318
BI 22
E n 19
H. E. 1
Monday, J a n u a r y 25
9 a.m.
Gy 4, F r 1, Bi 101, Bu 19, L a 2, Gy 4
En 229, Bu 208, F r 205, C h 17,
Sh 173, PI 3, LI 2, R u 1
Bi 101
Hu 19
i p.m.
PI 1, Ul 25, Sp 3, S p 1, PI 111, PI 1
Ed U4L, Bu 114, ,S|) 2, La 1A, Ed
;«KJ, Hy 247, P.S. 209
Sp 3
Bi 25
Tuesday, J a n u a r y 26
i a.m.
P h 1, F r 3, Bu «, F r 104, Li 1,
La IB, E.S. 4, Gy 214, Ed 213A,
Li 228, S h 4, Pli 201, So 132, G e
103
I p.m.
Ho 4, En 26, Bu 1, Ma 221, Hy
241, So 17, C h 21, Bu 251, E n
215A, Li 223, G e 110, P h 310
Ph 1
Li 1
Ho 4
State Opens
Skating Rink
SA Elections Begin Tuesday
*
S t u d e n t Association President,
Robert Helwig- '60, a n n o u n c e s t h e
Merlin H a t h a w a y , Director of following schedule for t h e a p p r o a c h Athletics a t S t a t e , anounces t h a t ing SA elections:
(No. of Students) a new ice skating rink is now open Nominations
for use of S t a t e College students.
Nominations will begin Tuesday,
T h e rinl: is located o n t h e tennis
E n 8 (10
F e b r u a r y 2, a n d e n d Friday, F e b r u courts on Veteran's Field.
Hy 130 (1)
AMIA is in charge of t h e rink. As ary 5. Names a r e to be placed i n
E.S. 5 (1)
yet there a r e no rules governing t h e t h e box in Husted between t h e hours
use of t h e rink, a l t h o u g h t h e r e will of 10 a.m. a n d 4 p.m.
be some m a d e according t o need.
Declinations a n d p r e f e r e n c e
T h e rink will be open from 8 a.m. to blanks m u s t be i n this box by 4
9:30 p.m.
p.m. Tuesday, F e b r u a r y 9.
^
*
Political Rally
T h u r s d a y , F e b r u a r y 11, t h e a n n u a l
political rally will be held in t h e
B r u b a c h e r Hall G a m e R o o m from
7:30 to 11 p j n . A t this t i m e all c a n didates for offices a r e t o be present
to answer questions directed to t h e m
by m e m b e r s of t h e s t u d e n t body.
Elections
Elections will take place Friday,
February 12, a n d Monday, February
15, from 10 a m . to 4 p.m. in Lower
Draper. S a t u r d a y voting will be
held in t h e S t u d e n t Union from 10
a.m. to 5 p j n .
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A L B A N Y , N E W YORK
Hy 2B (1)
Ed 20 (4)
E d 114SS (1)
I.C. 1 (1)
Ed 114M (3)
En
Sp
En
Bu
Bu
3 (1)
103 (3)
3 (1)
13 (1)
111 (1)
It filters as
no single filter can
Ec
Ec
En
Ec
Ec
Ec
La
3 (4)
105 (1)
2 (3)
3 (2)
3 (2)
105 (1)
103 (1)
for mild, full flavor!
In Dismissal Of Battaly 6 0 r ^ t _ „ : i . _ D : J - -t C-
Ma
Ma
La
Ma
111 (1)
22 l l )
9 (1)
22 (1)
En 19 (1)
Bi 22 (1)
En 19 (2)
Mu 51 (1)
Mu 51 (4)
Bl 21 (1)
Bi 21 (1)
La 2 <1>
Fr 1 ( 3 ;
liu 1 ( D
Ciy 4 (3)
Fr 1 ( 1 )
Bi 101 (2)
RU 1 (1)
Fr
Bu
Bu
Fr
La
3 (3)
6 (1)
6 (1)
104 (1)
IB (1)
En 26 Vi)
Mu 221 (I)
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s - -V
P^i ^ f / - *
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thirds
vote ol t h e Senate
Semite is
i , nue.
I-*. UlllUUb
CJ171 HI I <Z IxlUU
ft i n n
sai
y for t h e bringing of impeach. '
, . ,
UOTG
TOl
JTUie
mennl
charges against a n association
Preliminary elections having been
I
The IFC meeting was conducted on a trial basis and
office
,.,,,.
postponed for
lor a
a week
week are
a r c being
being held
held r
r•
^
e motion made charging SLS of these violations was
postponed
•
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'I t hthe
Tlie trial between S t u d e n t Associ
•ial between S t u d e n t Associ- b.day for Campus King. Voting lor f"Q1l~
( h O n n P f l
foil
a tion of S t a t e College i Plaintiff.
-" . " " " <-'•"» e » u i ue
followed
by general discussion and introduction of evidence.
' S t aBattaly,
t e College
of your
choiceT will
be ' w
" V - " W / / y C U
1011
and Robert
S t u d e<Plamt.fl>
n t Sena- ltl (h, | (el candidate
' » '-he Lower
Peristyle.
h e top
Charges
u
:
,ert
Battaly,
S
t
u
d
e
n
t
S
e
n
a
iH'ld
in
t
h
e
Lower
Peristyle.
Tlie
top
_
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_
L
t
i
a
i: g e s brought against the fraternity stem from the
tor iDel • • • •
• •'
•
"
u:
eiidant,, was held on J a n . M * choices will be announced in / ^ f-Cxhifi mr\/
) /
c o m b i—
n a t' i —
o n idate and rush party held by SLS on Tuesday,
10 in tin
J a n u a r y 26 I
T h e [.riale Brubacner D u n n - Room, next week's edition ol t h e Slate Col- » » - / I KZUl UUI y Z. /
at a local restaurant. Names were available
1 was opened t o the s t u d e n t . ^ e ^ N e w s . ^ e fm ; d .e.ection will
,
^ ^
^
b,
to testify that the party was pre-arranged
- , „ l , will
, , . , n"i,
,,e " "crowned"
i on
...- ' t•h' T n i•g •
n n u a l ^ SJ l ;a t^e P
u r schc.luled
-,, tn
i . i for
I •• 'to•
B a f t a l v pleaded not guilly to t h e KKing
h t a;-;;.;'•;
^«i.'
been postponed until and included more than the
- minimum number
—. . ^ u
uaxicco
charges of not lulfilling lus S e n a - o l t h e S t a l e Fair by Campus f<>)
of, irushees
Uary a. However, even thing to constitute an informal rush party. It was also stated
tonal duties. Myskania in an u n a n - Queen, Ann Fleming. T h e objective
lll w
mums decision found Battaly guilty ' " S t a t e Fair through t h e election , , „ . , , , „ , , , . ''•'
,,,,,,,,,,,
"" , mr()ls ."'.',,„
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date as that alcoholic beverages were served.
ol t h e a t t e n d a n c e charge.
»« I ' " ' King is to raise money. T h e "'.'..V""'^
l
.
"
'
m
d
foi
tin 0th
T1
I ilir h a d t
b{
T c c s s e s aaltw lwhich
t.
S t u d e n t AssodatioTi' President King m u s f ' b e able" to"ra"ise"a''.sulii'" ' ''
" ' P'^poned due r
If
I .
-_
, , . a^ 'l 1i ;o! ' ' i*«' o ' recesses,
,'
} l c n time
d u e J-Z3.
r" /Ilr\\A/eI
I i' n r *
["
fraternity
representatives
Robert Helwig and S.A. Secretary cient. a m o u n t of money by his mav- ' " ''I 1 ' ; U ' r - s l « l ' t m clearing t h ed ,date
ht
-^»,d b.e f'Io j1( • "
Piesentatives deliber
dehberati;1
'
" ' h e i lOWShlDS
l O r "
' easting final vote, the
Marcia Cavenaugh were called a s '"'tie personality. T h e ' v o t e r s will be ' ' ' h e s t u d e n t Personnel OHu
ce. A
^
r^
charges wvrv reviewed a n d a •ote
v
iis
witnesses a t t h e trial. According to U M I 1 « money instead of ballots
Milne basketball game was. con
.eoiw
i
.
'
I
l
l Uwas
'•aken
vo of 3-1 was cast
taken A vote
the official record., ol a t t e n d a n c e C a n d i d a t e s
'/',"''•" •• ^ ' d u ' e d in its place
the negative vote.
Battaly missed meetings on M a r c h
Those w h o a r e candidates i ,r " a i r " " ' , " M e c " n «
- - - - - - - — — • — o u t c ome
ome
,
According
to
Catme
Everett
and
, , , , , , , , , , , , . ,•• , , , , v i , , i ^ . , >ii in.wLii
xiio^tu w n o a r e caiHUU.ttes
l o r Ae--orm.no t o f --itn„ i,',.,,,.,,*, ,,,,,)
. prescribed
- , , ,by
. , t h e resolution
. . .
As
of
' * ' •'
-i, . o . U i i i i , o i c . u u r r,\ I 11 [ I .111(1
• •
As i i r e s c r i h e r h v t h p n ^ n a t ,,n r\f
11, May 19, November 11. a n d D e - C a m p u s K i n g a r c : J a c k Anderson, Louis Wolner, Juniors. Co-chairmen. / „ K A n m ,
C .* ^ \ A r
Mav 5 t h e nl^ alt v of S e n n o
eembcr f), all of last year.
Robert Austin, Robert Battaly. Rob- l ) u , m ( , ( M 1 I U , f(11. a l l thairmen that /H AlOHV t i e OS mUvvonF™nL£rTs^?rt*l
T h r e e Myskania members dissent- ert D'Andrea, Owen Davis. Michael ttiis 1 ) i i i n n , . ( i l t J l . F e b n i i i n •> w l l ] ,„.
/
-f l
c u r f Z the
ed t h e verdict t h a t there was a d i - D u r a n t e . David Feldman, Charles ,„.,,, l h e , G t h ,„ Brubacher.
' " " • "'••'"• (l s , : l " ' s d e p a r t m e n t ol
.' ' a " ' "
^ ,Vn, ^ a m
reel, correlation between Article VII, Fowler, T h o m a s Flvnn, Robert HelAnion- t h e i-.'hlighls of t h e S'-oc l-'caltli, f'dueation a n d Welfare h a s . , . , , , , •
" ^ " n i e n t ioi any
a
cl
1fl
l
l
(Any officer
impeached
on Nelson
Mead,
Phillip Allan
Shepherd.
Wll- s,.-,,,
h o w mstaued
faciUtv'VaneU
'every announced
National Delense
C.raduate of
Fellow
Section
III ofshall
tlie be
S.A.
Constitution
wig, Paul
Hooker.
Ja-quays,
, l u l i , , s by
, h ( ,the''
Opening
the availability
1,500
'* ' '!
air ^ rushing
i n / a , aso rp?r'e KU1
the
charges
failure on
to h
a m Thompson,
Lee Shepherd.
Upcralt. All
ol s| ,h„o„w. u--|,-.
King will•'.• ships
lor Delense
HliiO. T h(ei rFellowships
a n scribed
by its' constitution.
(Anyfollowing
officer shall
be impeached
Nelson
Mead, Phillip
W'lls t ese dxiic
hv Campus
t h e r-wnliv
National
a d u a t e Pellou" '""
" • n l ' i - "--• '»<-fulfill adequately t h e duties of t h e t h e nominees a r e Seniors. Election.-, . l l s n D( , ( T ,,wncd with t h e dual title -callable to all student.-, t h a t a n
office) a n d S e n a t e Procedure Rule will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. a t t h e ; i . ( i H . ) i r M ' - , , , , a , t l l ( , a l m u a ] interested in or who are plann
IB. T h e minority felt t h a t there S t u d e n t Counter in t h e Lower P e n - ,. Vi ,,,| T h e co-clcnrn'ien haven'tated ' " u ' a c n l n colleges or universi
was a direct violation of Rule IB .style in Draper.
,,,,., ,,
' l h l s „ '. M ' a ) '
-avanled bv col
Ihat
but did n o t agree t h a t Battaly h a d Purpose
o n , , H e n . i,,r tnlin-e t ,,- ,i s . ,i,, , J l l J , u ' , n i - ;'•' awaidic o.\ toi
M
h
|
(
<
l
(
violated t h e S.A. Constitution. A
A T h e Campus King has
h a s been inin,,
"leges ' " ' ' t l n o u g n o u t thi counA
Senator'.-, duties a r e n o t expressly
Another item ol interest is that try. They are available in such
ugurateil this year in order to raise
ipportunity lor field-,
defined ill eitheir t h e S.A. Consti- money to send a student In mi this there will be an
tlie Humanities. Social
•women to extend their hours by Servici
•Cunltiiut.d
un Pmjc :>, Column;)/
college to Europe this s u m m e r
Education, and t h, le Bio- Alpha Pi Alpha h a s announced
,
,'"• " " " " " ' " " • ''"'-' " ' • ? ' " " l e a n , lor Ms formal rush party t o
ine-hall hour with the payment ol lo-ical and Phv.ucal bcamces. I he ,J(. ,,,,,„ t J ) l s ,. v ,. ] H n „ j n B l ' . u b a J c h e r
t w e i i t y - l n e cents Tins sun, must be a r e usually granted lor a period o , j j n j n R ( ) ( m ) | r o i n y ,( m t ( j {
I 1 ' V 7 "'•l'"^
I" " " " • ^ ' " " P ">'•«••' - v ' a f a l l d P , o v " i l ' ; l -V11"',1
Tli.- t h e m e will be Showboat.
house representative . Therelore, u p - ol $2,000 lor unmarried people plus
on iitili/.m-a ibis privilege alter pay- an addition ot $-HKJ l o r each d e T h e general c h a i r m a n for t h e afineiil.
upiierelassineii
have
1 ::iu pendent.
fair is Charles Bollenbach '60; Dechours .nil Ire liineii 12'jHl.
Application., lor these lellowships orations. J o h n Lucas '01: RefreshBy CAROL MALOZZI
All h i n d s raised by the Fair will luav la obtained trmn any college inents, Anthony D'Onolrio '01: P r o help lmaiiee t h e seiimng o! .i Slate thai is pal lleipatm:: in this program, grams. Neil Jurinski '00: C h a p e r Senali meetinc tln.s week was verj
O n e of the members
Sen;.
College studenl abroad lor this siuai- ]' I- cs-.entjal that t h . s e a p p h e a - ones. David Fi'ank '01: Arrangewell allendeu ill- I . til. coining bl'ouehl out the fact thai trail !ei ii, i r . ;i ii'ie.-i.iiui" in the Kxperi- (ions la submitted
immediately, un-nts, Donald Donate '01: E n t e r ele lion.-, .mo we h-i,e , l.-,o cine In .1, uicii I.-, a r e at a dl.sacn Ullage a.' inenl in loti :: .J.on.il l.nine Su - I'm Ih, r details comau'iiimr Ihe p a r - taiiiinelif, Daniel Labcille '02.
Ilic I ea.-.ed uitele ' in Si udenl Ciov- l.ir a- running lor Student .A...--.i lai .- T i'. 11 ,.n-l e .niiiieiii.-. re-'ariiuii' i.eii'.ii-, ol ihe program anil a list
ernmenl.
I Ion Oil Ices l.s eon, c riled. T h e stiptl- ,1,1-. ,v.perm.e„I ,,,,, lie HI
Mu ol lie- p. ,-, leip,, III, coil,•: i s in l h e < haperoi.es
.\ new mail", lull was mtruduced, lalion thai nominees lor t h e olliee nielli o | t h e M i t e Fair A spe, llli p n , r u n will be available in the
Clla pennies for the event Will be
stating detailed ..olul ion.-, to ivery nl Vice-Pn sideut and Pre idem be bo-ith h - oeen .-i I up !--:• till pur oila-e o! the lie.m. Draper 105. All Russell Bedlord, Chlel Engineer,
e-inei-ivable problem 'I'lu.-, bill slmw - .-e mill
emesfer Sophomores a n d pose in p iil opinion., on the m a l a r ol t : , , . e -, indents who think that ami Mrs Bedford: Richard S h a n d s
ed insight into t h e problems that second .semester Juniors r c s p e e l i w iln pro. rain ii in \ po. ably apply to ' i i h e Business Department and
placue ihe H i \ a h v (' iinui.i ii-,- every f. m a k e s transfer students virtualh
ill,,,, ,,!• who h.iM inei ihe require- Mrs. S h a n d s : David Treharne, As\eai 'I In., w.i- lhe re.-aill nl the a n . i . ible lor these olllee.s A eomineiii
that i h e pro ram cleiiiands sismni Dean ol s t u d e n t s , a n d Mrs.
i-ombineii thinking -.1 Myskania, the untie,- was -set up to look into t i n ,
.-^!11>iii11 wa. le no nine in gelling T r e h a r n e
Kn.ilrv C h a i r m a n , ( , ; . . . Pre.- ideals siliiallon
tin ir applii al MU m early
mil the Cabmi 1
I.ntertainineiit
T h e music Ioi' t h e evening will be
T h e 1111 i-l- f r a t e r n i t y Colin ll
lurni-.lied bj Hank Torgan a n d lus
amended 11 a- lollow ma rii.shm ; n gul o l II
csed d e b t s nl ph- it >..raband
Entertainment
will be in
I.I I ion,-- They w i re cu elded upon
i>h\ \k,i i
. . e n l e d 0 \ i ie- K'llilni' ol
keeping with t h e theme ol ShowVVednesd.,.\,
February
a,
-it.
.t
meetPedagogue
Ii .-,. e m s t h a i old lulls
Imai a n d wall be I mulshed by t h e
ing held in ii: uh.n her II ill
: i e in 11 U Ij , 1.1..I ', i a r s p r u n i n g w e r e
brothers On Is will have extended
a n d tin r e t o i e h a ', e l o h e l'.'lecl ion
( ' o n l i n e , i o n h is all - Regulations
llol
hours until 2 a.m
- -a ei e l b \ lln.-, \ eai 'a lalili-i t Mm e la m m eil I h.il l h e d e a d l i n e I r iioin - I Id,shin;- opens ol, the I Ir.st da\ ol
Formal rush parlies have already
i urn- w ,i r e q u i ..leU 1 -i Ioi ik llito t h e in 11 Ion ol .St ililelil Assoi la I ion ol i ki.-se,
been held by Potter Club and K a p p a
! ui u e e ol I'edagnmic a m i a coin- 1 i. e i s l.s l o d a \ a l -I p . t n I le- h n a l i o i i
.' Hlds -hall he pi\i n oil once a
chairmen
of
.Student
Otiides,
Bela.
|-li Ii I i p -I 1 W ill b e g H e l l next Week. - " I d p i l l
blank
iii-i', h e
\ear
on t h e Monuay
belore J , I I I . Phillips aial Hu hard NullingI in inn nl I ' n l i l i i s will la- host |i handed in bitwei-n toda\ anil 'I'liesham
Sophomore.-, a i m aim e that
('i il l.'-lliia.-. Vacation
lay
al
1
p
m
Blanks
are
lo
be
iietill-, M u l - M i a n l l e a n d N e w E l l . ' .ipphe.u ion.-, In in students who wish
',',
Pledge
duties
shall
be
suspended
kind S t a l l ' s -,n t h e w e e k e n d ol A p r i l P " M I I ' d ' " " " • box m L o w e r Hu.-leU
Ii -in J.uiual . ll) un: ll I he atari to .ol as Student Oiildes are now
belli.- accepted
lilh
S e n , u e u n . m i n i o n s ! ) vuli-ii f u r
T h e r e will b
a i g n ,..,.j
rally
._ e a c a m p,...._..
ol t h e second semester
t h e a p p r o p r i a t i o n ol
. . . . .
. . . .
Benjamin Cunii of t h e Busil-IH to carry
lor all Senatorial
candidates T h u r s - -1 Each fralernit.\ ..hail hold a n j Ult'eting Today
out t i n . p r o g r a m
ness Oil'ice, announces that all
day in Brubacher ( l a m e Room at
mloriual rush purly
There will be a meelmy tudav a t
An a n n o u n c e m e n t o n I'lie to S e r v - 7 : 3 0 p . m
registration fees must be paid
i Each fraternity shall be allowed
i . e s a s looked i n t o b . l h e M i n i s t e r j | , . < ( i o I t s . - h e d u l .
1 p m in Page 11,ill lor al! Ilin-.e intoday by 4 p.m. in tlie Business
one formal, rush,- pai I v.
(,
ol P n b h . a I lol is u a., r e a d I'I loin s e r v Oil'ice. All a r r a n g e m e n t s to pay
Ii
All
cuile-e
open
houses
will
llol
l
resled
1
1
1
joining
i
h
e
Student
V-aing will be held Friday, Febl'Uices, U s o set u p w o u l d l a k e c a r e ol
ut a later dale must also be
ar\ 12. and Monday, February hi in he considered rush parlies. Each Guides program a n d lor lho.se who
11
made in t h e Business Olliee by
photom aplly Ii l'e<laIraternlty will be allowed olilj h . l V ( . ; , | n . a [ i \
signed
I. Walter
Lower Draper anil Saturday, Kebrudial time.
goglle and lhe Slate College News.
ill t h e S t u d e n t Union lroni ., :,l),"' ",l |Ml,','!( .'"i!'"'' , |H ''' T i ' , v?rlif\
, Si hiill/e. Director of Admissions,
Also aiiniHinced was the pusslbil- auin , ila,
n in ml i , , , ,
' ""'
isnioker shall he held
Any s t u d e n t making prugram
nj ol s, nine up a College l U d i o u a.m. ui in o ii.m.
^ j n w l J ) . )]H ,, K ,„ U u . u e w B l l l l i e b u n d
i M UUi U u ( ] i ( h i , ]i| . (j[ ^
changes must have his official
Station. It would transmit to ilurms l a a u i j u r a t l o n Day
October
outline t h e dune.-, involved. At this
pinli card in tlie Kegistrar's Ofonl) A meeting will lake place i n
T h e results of the elections will be U Any rushing regulations not su- tune, schedule cards will be filled
fice by today at 4 p.m., accordBrubacher to discuss t h e set-up ol a n n o u n c e d on Inauguration Day, p e i r e d i d by this motion are deem- out, and Student Guide representaing to Elmer .Mathews, Associate
this station Sunday night at 7 p.m. February 2U
ed still in ellecl.
lives will be introduced.
Dean.
Senate Discusses Rivalry,
Eligibility for SA Offices
Hy 101 (1)
Hy 4 (2)
25 (4)
1 (2)
1 (3)
111 (1)
25 (2)
1 (4)
111 (2)
Fraternity Bids of Sigma Lambda
fi A PA Rush Party
Tonight at Bru
Ge 3 (1)
Fr 110 (1)
Ma 110 (1)
Fr 110 (1)
Bl
•Sp
PI
PI
Bi
Sp
PI
i •
GradsAvailable sUtSf ',ln
H u 123 (1)
Ma 30 (1)
Ar 3 (2)
M a 30 (3)
Hu 123 (3)
Ar 3 (2)
Hu 123 (1)
P y 1 (1)
P h 200 (1)
2 (1)
8 (1)
2A (1)
10 (1)
i
(!•()('•
Hy 120 (2)
Ch 18A (1)
Fr
Fr
Bu
Sp
VOL. X L V , NO. 1
Myskania's first impeachment trial under the new Student Association Constitution and the first trial by the
Inter-fraternity Council has deprived Sigma Lambda Sigma fraternity of the right
1959-60 Myskania resulted in the removal from Student to issue bids for this semester. This was decided at a meeting of the Inter-fraternity
Senate office of Robert Battaly '60. According to the SA Council on Wednesday evening.
Constitution, Myskania must try impeachment cases while
According to IFC Sigma Lambda Sigma has infracted Section 4 and 4d which
others to be tried are left to the discretion of Myskania stale that "each fraternity shall have a maximum of one Formal Rush Party per school
members.
year." and that "all informal rush party dates must be approved at a meeting of InterThe charge against Battaly was absence from four Fraternity Council."
Senate meetings unexcused. According to the Senate Rules
Violation of the resolution adopted by Inter-fraternity Council May 5, 1959 conof Procedure, Battaly had violated Rule IB (Should a cerning the social probation of Sigma Lambda Sigma has incurred the suspension of all
sen.am- have :i unexcused absences.
SLS bids for one semester following the infraction. IFC reports that sections Al and B
uir .secretary shun notify the senate w
•
• r
of this resolution which state respectively that "at parties with mixed company, no
or ZZ™i™viZ"ZJL™S
in
tOr ^eu.u.H
beverages ssnan
and "at each stag party, a representative from each
,„.,,,,.„.,„ .,„„„,„!,„.,, nominees
servi
ak . oho i; c wcwiages
h a U boe
e served,"
t
be moved
and
seconded.) A
A t wtwor „ m - *.- I M
1/ '_ _
moved a
n d seconded.i
o - f*r*tm
I i r- lfir-\s-i
i.
° of
' the three fraternities must be invited."
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E n 38 (1)
PI 100 (1)
E n 38 (1)
Hy 2 (1)
Hy 3 (1)
PI 100 (1)
5, I 9 6 0
impeachment Trial Results | n t er -Fraternity Council Deprives
By THOMAS VIANJDSE
Ed 114E (2)
FRIDAY, F E B R U A R Y
IFC Announces
Rushing Rules
,,
,„^:!;;:;;:;;;„e i r r ^ i : : Nominations Set
• Student Guide
To End Today
Meets Today
In Page Hall
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