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FRIDAY, J A N U A R Y 8 . I 9 6 0
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EXAM SCHEDULE
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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
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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.
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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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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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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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*-* II
'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
_
i
_
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
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mums decision found Battaly guilty ' " S t a t e Fair through t h e election , , „ . , , , „ , , , . ''•'
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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
.
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'
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
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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
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-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 ] ,„.
/
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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
|
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l
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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
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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 , , , ,
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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.
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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)
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Hu 123 (1)
P y 1 (1)
P h 200 (1)
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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
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of this resolution which state respectively that "at parties with mixed company, no
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By THOMAS VIANJDSE
Ed 114E (2)
FRIDAY, F E B R U A R Y
IFC Announces
Rushing Rules
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mary form of this encouragement stems from public b o d y s u c h a s t h e I F C s o w s t h e s e e d s
of i t s o w n d e s t r u c t i o n b v f o s t e r i n g
So you sec, w h e n y o u look a t it T H A T w a y D a d , t w o IVs a n d t h r e e
opinion.
i n t e r n a l conflict, one begins to wonRealization of the fact that a newspaper should con- d e r a t t h e a i m s a n d g o a l s of t h i s E's a r e n ' t t h a t b a d . . . y o u D O s e e d o n ' t y o u D a d . . . .
tain ideas pertinent to "public opinion", affords us the op- b o d y . A g r i m h a r v e s t c a n b e e x portunity to interpret the term in the more reasonable p e c t e d .
fashion. As Blaisdell in his book on American Democrary a Bf rya t errenl ietgya t itnog o btlhi vei opnl.e dIgFeC 1 tlharses aof
tUnder Pressure states, "the definition is that which con- e n s t h e v e r y e x i s t e n c e ot t h i s i r a ceives public opinion to be simply any collection of in-t e r n i t y — h e n c e of t h e m s e l v e s . I n
dividual opinions which are designated as such. More e l f e c t 11 c u t s olf i t s n o s e t o s a v e i t s
face.
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questionable is the definition of the term as a pressure ft w o u l d s e e m t h a t t h e r e a c t i o n
group."
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"Si p r o p i u s stes, T e c a p i e t m a g t s . "
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that when we are not successful, you will offer to us any n e s s of t h i s tic. ision a n d t h e m a n n e r
constructive criticism that you may have. Our monthly in w h i c h i t w a s l e g i s l a t e d . T h i s H E R E W E A R E
teaches freshmen to be broadNews Board meetings will be open to all; we are looking .school
m i n d e d a n d m a t u r e in m a k i n g their
A n d t o s t a r t n u t , we s a y c aiigratiilation.-, t o t h o s e w h o h a v e m a n forward to your attendance.
d e c i s i o n s . I t s effect is t o s t r i v e f o r
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a t S t a t e t h e S e v e n t h A n n u a l B o w l - h a v e bowled fifteen g a m e s a n d h a v e
Student Union Beard announces
By ELAINE R O M A T O W S K I
m g T o u r n a m e n t a n d t h e T h i r t e e n t h e v i d e n c e of t h e i r s c o n s f o r t h e s e t h a t a n o t h e r b r i d g e s e s s i o n will b e
Annual Bridge T o u r n a m e n t spun- games.
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U n i o n s o n a n a t i o n a l level
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n e r s will c o m p e t e w i t h u n d e r g r a d u - p l a y e r s t o t h e t y p e of h a n d s t h a t r a t h e r Y O U R c o l u m n , a n d y o u a r e h o w e v e r , s h o u l d n o t b e c o n s t r u e d a s
T h e N a t i o n a l I n t e r c o l l e g i a t e B o w l - a t e s a t l e a d i n g c o l l e g e s a n d u n i - will b e p l a y e d i n t h e N a t i o n a l B r i d g e f a c e d w i t h t h e p r o b l e m of s e l e c t i n g c r i t i c i s m s ; m y o p i n i o n s s h o u l d n o t
mg Tournament
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p l a c e v e r s i f i e s t h r o u g h o u t t h e c o u n t r y f o r T o u r n a m e n t . , w h i c h will b e h e l d o n a s u i t a b l e n a m e f o r t h a t b l o c k of b e i n t e r p r e t e d a s s a r c a s m .
F e b r u a r y 17-24 i n c l u s i v e , u n d e r t h e n a t i o n a l a n d c a m p u s c h a m p i o n s h i p S u n d a y , F e b r u a r y 28, f r o m 7 : 3 0 t o p r i n t e d w o o d p u l p t o w h i c h y o u n o w
s u p e r v i s i o n of M r s . M e r l i n H a t h - l i l i e s .
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"These a r e t h e times t h a t t r y
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T h e t o p t w e l v e w o m e n a n d t h e . . ' a m i s ( ' a t o n e '62, c h a i r m a n o l t h e t o c o n t a c t J a n i c e G r a h a m '60, c h a i r e v e r y t h i n g f r o m " T h e C r a c k e d " K ' n s s o 1 "-''. ™ if b e i n g p r o v e n byt o p t w e l v e m e n o n c a m p u s will b e e v e n t , J a m e s M c N a l l y , 'GO, o r M r s . m a n of t h e e v e n t , o r J a m e s M c N a l l y s k u 1 1 " ' " " T h c B i « P u d d l e " ( r u m u « ' f o u r s s p e n t i n D 1 0 5 , t r y i n g t o
iligible t o p l a y in t h e t o u r n a m e n t . H a t h a w a y .
'CO a t M e n ' s H a l l
' I k u i l e c k ' e u m t u l n • • •>• a l l d n w t u r - c o n v i n c e t h e d e a n t h a t y o u a r e n o t
nal ((inference w i t h r o o m m a t e s a n d s 0 k ' ' . v r e s p o n s i b l e for y o u r a c a d e m i c
m e n d s o n l y y i e l d s u g g e s t i o n s t o o m i s f o r t u n e s . W e l l , if t h i n g s g e t t o o
ridiculous to even consider. Tlu- ' ^ d , you c a n always end it all with
n a m e must, b e .symbolic, m e a n i n g f u l , ( , n e ° f t h o s e c o n v e n i e n t p l a s t i c b a g s
appropriate . . . a n d somehow "He- which seem t o have replaced t h e
1 l e e t i o n . s " b e c o m e " R e f r a c t i o n s " 1 to c o n v e n t i o n a l t y p e of d o o r s u s u a l l y
be m o r e c o n g r u e n t w i t h t h e n a t u r e f o u n d m b u i l d i n g s . I t o n l y s e e m s a
ol t h e c o l u m n 1 a n d H n a l l y t h e o b - *i™mC
that t h e door to t h e I F C
vious b e c o m e s j u s t t h a t .
m e e t i n g is so o l d - f a s h i o n e d . I t would
have been interesting to watch peoS o " T h e P r i s m " is b o r n , a n d p i , . m g l a s s h o u s e s t h r o w s t o n e s . I
1 h e r e i n lies t h e r e t r a c t i o n s , t h e d l f - w o n d e r h o w m u c h s o m e o l S t a t e ' s
T h e w h o l e is e q u a l
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w h i c h will b e t h e s u b s t a n c e ol t h i s ible s h i e l d ?
c o l u m n . " T h e P r i s m " is t h e i n s t r t i - " e r e W e G o A g a i n
m c n l t h r o u g h w i n h I will h e r e t e
.Second s e m e s t e r s e e m s t o b e i n
l o r e i 10k at life, p e o p l e , alld S l a t
lull s w i n g , a c c o m p a n i e d b y t h e u s u a l
Colic:
I a d m i t , now t h a i t h e
I ick ol f a m i l i a r f a c e s a n d t h e p r e s e p i r ot ,, few a l m o s t . - f o r g o t t e n
ones It's too bad t h a t the r e t u r n i n g
prodigals hud to miss o u r exciting
m i d - s e m e s t e r vacation. 1 Actually, I
m i s s e d it. t o o . I s l e p t t h r o u g h it 1
(But some of its parts are more equal than others!)
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Mediocrity in Teaching
In a recent issue of a local paper we were shocked and
dismayed to read that the teaching profession "places a
premium" or "abets" mediocrity. This article was based
on a summary report issued by the State Education Department entitled: A Prediction of the Effectiveness of the
Teacher in the Secondary School.
Unfortunately the local paper has in this case retained
their policy of "creating" sensational news out of material
that has been a well established fact for quite some time.
The article stated that in 13 upstate teacher preparatory colleges the withdrawal from each college tended to
be the cream of the crop, while those who graduated and
went on to teach were only of mediocre talent. The article
inferred that this was the fault of the colleges. I t also inferred that the teaching profession discouraged capable
people in favor of mediocre talent to enter the profession.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
The teaching profession is constantly trying to devise
and formulate new ways of attracting talent to their field.
The problem of attracting over one million highly talented
people to the teaching field is almost an insurmountable
one and couple this with the comparatively low wages
offered teachers, one can readily understand why the teaching profession has in its ranks so many of the so-called
mediocre teachers.
This local paper failed to appreciate these problems
and in their haste to give their reading public sensational
material, they have induced unfavorable public opinion
into an area that requires by its very nature exists on
public opinion.
R.C.G.
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a g e d 1 o s t a y a n d so long t o ilm.se w h o h a v e left ( w i l l i n g l y o r u n w i l l i n g ,1 u n i t y a m o n g t h e m . W e l l t h e n t h i s
d e c i s i o n h a s c o m p l e t e l y u n d e r m i n e d ly! a n d t o t h o s e w h o h a v e c o m e b a c k a l t e r a . s e m e s t e r ' s o r a s e m e s t e r
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side this s e m e s t e r b r i n g s S t a t e
wishes t o instill m o u r m i n d s .
Fair, elections, w e e k e n d s , baseball, spine ..ports I ? I , S t a t e C o l l e g e R e v u e ,
T h e p r o b l e m oi " d i r t y r u s h i n g "
p i c n i c s , e t c . R e m e m b e r , e s p e c i a l l y you, F r o s h , " n o t b e i n g a b l e t o w i t h h a s b e e n g o i n g o n s i n c e ivy h. s b e e n
c r o w i n g o n t h e v. ills ..1 .iir, u n i - s t a n d t e m p t a t i o n is t h e m a r k of a m o r o n . " W e . t h e w r i t e r s , d o n ' t k n o w
v e r s i t y . Ii li.is b e e n goinc; nil hi r e w h e t h e r t h i s h a s e v e r been .aid. lei a l o n e w h o s a i d it, b u t w e feel i t ' s
T h i s is mil a qui s l i o n "1 i m p o s i n g a p p l i c a b l e .
I list p u n i s h m e n t u p o n a n o t h e r f r a t e r n i t y : it is l i k e t h e p o t c a l l i n g t h e E X T R A T I M E ?
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T h e I n s h m e n t h i s y e a r o r 01 a n y
make Slate a drag. Granted, t h e powers
y e a r a r e g r a n t ! d t h e p r e r o g a t i v e of all s e m e s t e r s a n d n o b r e d :
b e i n g a d u l t s . T h e e n a c t m e n t of t h i s t h a t be m i l t h a w t h e i r r e a s o n s l o r o u r . c h u i u l e , o u t w e c a n ' t u n d e r r u l i n g s i g n i l i e s t i n u n u d u l t m a n n e r s t a n d h o w o t h e r colleges c a n be. in w h e n w b e g i n in t h e fall, g e t o u t
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l o r e w h a t o t h e r a t t i t u d e c a n a n yb r e a k . B u : . for a b r i g h t n i t c b e c a u s e we a r e c h e e r f u l p e o p l e , w e ' d l i k e
i n t e l l i g e n t f r e s h m e n n o m a t t e r w h a t in believe t h a t o u r leader.-, see m us a g r e a t n u m b e r of e n d u r i n g q u a l i t i e s .
h i , c h o i c e of f r a t e r n i t y is, l a k e c o n - A g a i n w e a s k , W H Y ?
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t o t h e f u n c t i o n of I F C . It s h o u l d a p a t h y , a p a t h y . N e w s b o a r d h a s s w o r n 111 blood n o t t o u s e t h i s w o r d a n y mm-e likely b e c a l i c o I S C . Il h a s a l l m o r e . W e . y o u r r e s o u r c e l u i w r i t e r s , ha', e f o u n d a n e w w o r d - i m p e a c h !
!lie e a r m a r k s ol a n old l a d \ \s s e w - T h e i m p e a c h m e n t g a m e is big t h i s y e a r a n d .should r e a c h it.s p e a k s o m e ing c i r c l e , o r .1 S a t u r d a y a l t e r n o o n s l i m e a r o u n d t h e m i d d l e of t h i s s e m e s t e r . W e n e v e r t h o u g h t w e ' d s e e
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FEBRUARY
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Men's Dorm? "Why Not"!
By DAN LABEILLF
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Sauersmen Travel South; to Meet Pratt,
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AMIA:
Oneonta Voted Ineligible
By JOHN MOPDER
FRIDAY.
For State Hoop Tournament Spooks, KB, Men's Hall Victorious;
All Teams Seek First League Title
By JIM DO! CHICK I V
The Cardinals from Plattsburg nipped the Ped's where it hurts the most (scoring
points) and went on to win 81-76. They put the game on ice in the first two mmutes
as they raced to a 8-0 lead. Malan opened the scoring with a driving lay up, Fessette
scored on a jump shot and Jack Potter the (Cards ace) dropped in lour more points
on beautifully executed driving lay ups. Coach Sauers called time out at this time to
regroup his charges but the 8 point lead by the Cardinals proved to be the deceiding
margin at the game's end. If the Peds could have played the first two minutes as
they did the last 38, they could have bagged themselves a victory.
GAME STANDOUTS
The player award of the game has to go to Jack Potter of Plattsburg as he played a real heads up game and was the backbone of the Cards team. He put them out
in the lead in the first two minutes of play and kept them
Rumor has it that Men's Boys are picked to cop the
AMIA Basketball championship this season. Under the
auspices of Vic Mikovitch, the starting five, (Tillman,
Hunter, Janick, Broomfield, Blair) has bettered the athletic
prowess of the Goobers, Potter and SLS.
There will be a compulsory meeting of the chairmen
and the captains of the AMIA basketball teams in Draper
211, at 3:15 on Monday. The purpose of this meeting is
to pick sixteen teams of the twenty-four now eligible, to , .
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the road as they go to t h a t foreign
country of Brooklyn to play P r a t t
participate in a consolation tournament. Bill Burnett was t h e r e W i t h h i s e x c e l l e n t p l a y m a k i n g .
The Card's Fessette and Florin also took turns stab- anci Brooklyn Poly, on Friday, at
elected freshmen class representative to AMIA, announces
bing us in the back with their play. It was Fessette in the 7:30 they meet Pratt at the 2nd
Merle Miller President.
first half scoring 15 points to keep his team in the lead l^TtyTJel
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and Florin in the second half who tok over the scoring Slt lhc Brooklyn YMCA.
"So tell me, what's with these Sauersmen?" Well, with punch to enable his team to maintain the lead. Both of Coa(,h S n u m Ls very concerned
Oneonta's recent ineligibility, Albany has good chances for them killed us off the boards as they grabbed 50 of then about the'lack of team play in the
s 60 r e b o u n d s .
recent games.
"Everybody's been
fourth place seating in the State Tournament. While men- t e a mThere
was no outstanding player for State as the the frying, but everyone has been trytioning the Tournament, I would like to congratulate the .
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niR to win it by himself r a t h e r t h a n
played a good ball game but just didn't have the nillking a unified team effort. H<efficient social calendar organizers; scheduling State Fair team
added polish t'hc Cards did. Cohen
attributed this fact to overeagerthe same weekend as the Tournament was intended "Bril- played his usually good game scor- never headed as they lead by 19 ,
inexperience which has
ing 17 points and taking his share at half time 43-24
liant" move.
been a steady plague all year.
of rebounds.
u t i c a had trouble all night. find*
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Pratt with a record of 10-3, sports
Wallace, Casey and Bowen played nig the basket as in the first' half
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For you out of doors sportsmen a special message: a good defensive games. If there has
goal on the score board until 5 min- height and is a very powerful ball
to
be
an
outstanding
player
for
the
skating rink has been temporarily installed on the Tennis
team I would have to choose utes had gone by. Their only score lub. They are strong contenders
courts by Veteran's Field. Anyone is welcome to use this Ped
a foul shot
from three men—Spicci, Dzikowictz up to that time,,. was
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for NAIA playoffs in March. Coach
facility at the hours specified by Coach Hathaway.
and Green. Spicci and Dzikowict/ coining at the Kind mark m the
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Chase has announced that lie will
drop seven ineligible players and
t h u s comply with a ruling lain down
by t h e New York. Stale Intereolleglate Conference at. a meeting here
today.
One Week To Comply
T h e Oneonta team, which includetwo fifth-year
Seniors and
lour
transfers who have not met the oneyear
residence
requirement,
vagiven one week to put its house m
order."
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friendly one. There was in. name
calling, but Ihe ullii ials ol the eonleieu.-e .imposed .. ruling which a p pears lair to all concerned
II Chase had not decided to drop
the seven player.-. Oneonta would
not be able to meet any ol the other
i onlen nee lean,-, during this sea' ' " • On onto was also declared in' ' ' '-,le to c.,mpe'e m the forthcoming Slate College T o u r n a m e n t
to be held at Cortland l-'ebru.iry 25-"
l l a t b i w . n Coniniciils
\v, i,,hi ,, i n e n d h meenng cle,p:n the issue at .-!.,ke" said Merlin
llithnv.ay
Alban\
Slate Athletic
I)::, Mr and eonlen-nec president.
By G A R *
Spooks Rout Potter Club
Richie Lockwood and Mike Riley
T h e Spooks, composed mainly of combined 10 give the Spooks a n 8
freshman, met a once mighty Pot- l K , i n t lead and put the game on
tt-r Club and .soundly thrashed them k e p, ih,. nine of -iri-'^l. Sparked by
Erie Kafka led the losing Potter
pen- Rowers and Ace McCarthy who Club with 12 points.
Ray Haver
scored 13 ar.d It) points respectively, played his usual f i n e
defensive
end the fine defensive play ol the game, but to no avail as Ihe Spooks
entire team. Ii was the Spooks all m " n ' Mian matched t h e Club in
ihe way to register their second all departments.
win in four s t a r t s . With three min- Men's Nips SLS
utes to go m the game, and the
Men's Hall, behind
ihe shooting
Spooks ahead by o n l y II points, of Oils Tillman and Jerry Blair,
sneaked by SLS by a score of 34-33.
•Mens took an early lead and continned to build it until halftime
when ihe score stood 22-10. OILS
sparked the team with 12 big points
Do You Think for Yourself ?
( D I A L IN T H E S E
QUESTIONS
PENFIELD
A N D SEE IF Y O U ' R E
IN
FOCUS*)
a n d
l
Shorthanded Grapplers
Face Test at Brooklyn
Albany Stale';; wrestlers will be
looking for their first win of the
season tomorrow night when they
meet Brooklyn Poly in Brooklyn
without the services of at least two
It-Mermen.
The Feds, already hard pressed
This team has spirit, which is a
reason thai it will be hard to beal
in
future
years, and
no
small
amount ot it has come from fireball Dave Pause, 137 pounder from
Schenectady, w h o
has kept the
team moving over the rough spots,
with injuries m a y have lost Dan
,
combines with Charlie
m
Huff, a B e r l i n
rL Y. boy who K ; m ( , w , ) o ^ . ^ U ) ^ ^
^
wrestled
23, and Ken Jewell, a „ . „ „ . , , , , .
„1)|n
i)Ul
UL.
IU
107 pounder from Petersburg.
]1(.x,
M , ^ , n | h l , p ( . d s
Jewell also saw action m varsity ( j l i ( . ( i m o n .
Ka,u
Lineup Revamped
' - ;l Norwich sensation ol .,
Coach Garcia, in an attempt to
<'w >'(';"'-s ago, made mat history
utilize the fullest potential of an 1 ' m : w l ' L ' n h i ; W ( , » twenty-three ol
undermanned team has revamped twenty-four starts over a two and
his lineup by moving Lou Biolsi, " " e - h a l l year spun.
a Wanlagh, Long Inland product,
The Peds also expect :i bevy of
down to the 123 pound class as 1U7 incoming talent to help l hem by
pounder
Paul Tur.se
rejoins Hi" iwo seasons from now.
team. Turso is from Pc-kskill, N Y
Pause, mainstay ol thus year'..
This l e a v e . , the lll.'i pound and team, is a former Mon; Pleasant,
heavyweight devisions unoccupied, m a t m a n
who earned
himsell
a
forcing the Peds to overcome a Id starting role- in his iroshtiiiin scapoint deticu m order to beat Brook- son and has been on the starting
lyn. T h e 111110111 predicament slem.s scene ever since
from a series ol had breaks which
....
.,
.
h a w prevented Mich w,-,,s,.]crs as , , , . " ' f T ,
,
" '' , " ' ' " "
'"
k
l
Co-Capnun
Don W a m e and Mike " " "
"
"'> • > ' , ' v m - l-('1"'" " " ' ! "
m p.isl seasons bv margin., o! In
R.-ssler, Jo-' 11,11, riary
Mitchell
or belter (33-1H lor rv.u SCIMULSI
Carl Penird, Paul Villain, and most
and .-coring a handy win over the
n i ently, Ken Ji v.. I I, an I Dan Hull
BPI eight at Albany to open last
lioin competing.
eason
Hill was heel i red ineligible under
I0CAC rule.,. Tho other.-, Were en her
in|iin (I or not approve i medic illy
I rush I'rol lcm.s
The 11 eslinien
.v resileis are in
; ne
.iini- strait.-,, having l o s t Al
Maikowil/., Bun e Roger.,, ,Joe Powhide, P i l e McDonald, and
Brent
By r. v. i).
Lll. a.,
Freshman Co.ich 11.,b Hurling,ma
'Die " t e n .-.nine i.wosonie" ol Don
announced ih.n Art Litmelh i.-, n
Cnhrn .mo KIIK < a.sej i., ..nil carryti.ruing to the lineup billowing an u.g lhc 1 J lor 'lie Ped 11.H.p.,tens
ankle iniiir.
I ins .dole ,',nh lb-'
John Wallace has been doing
,iil(i it n i. ol law, omei., I\,,ii Browei ,i no.- |ob ol ".-le.u nig the boards"
1
of Ann '. Mile I. I , .Old l i e d Will- in leienl game.-,
. Shei'wlll Howell
sor
a
(in.inad
to
'ne
msii-i
ui.c, not look unit-]i like ,i lj.L11
£fxo>Ud. ^bed/z
b l I g l l l i Ii
I l i e pll i Oil
What lil.il>!->, (Lucia's and Burliniiiiine's job even mure ililliculi
is that Albany plays one of the
toughest
schedules
in tin- area,
meeting such powers as ( ortlaml,
Winona, <'. W. I'ost, Oswego, .Montclair, Fairleigh Dickinson, Vesliiva,
ami Dartmouth.
Corll,did i. i .'cil as one ol Hie
Strongest team., in the fast
().-,wego, Winona, ami I1' I) I'
ha\e
w re .tiers ol national uruiiiuieiii e
D a r t m o u t h , liailltlonally a powei
hotl.-in. !•> as strong a., ever
ItcliuililiiiK Vear
II iv.e.i i'. it should be reinembi'i
ed Mad tins Is a rebuilding Veal
[or ihe Pi ds.
These teams l a n e
been bcalen in t h e past and will
be beaten in the future
1 -Li \ IT.
ii III
lie
eel l.unly
to lead
l l a lf
deficits
Cohen and Bowen lead the ona pair
7 shots slaught as they scored 21) and 21
poinis respectively I think the best
part, of the game was when Coach
Peds Humble I'tica Stale
Kauers' loyal bench proti d o r s came
Revenge is sweet, as proved by the in and made a name for themPeds Tuesday night as I hey blasted -elves. They inn only played good
ball but they oiuscored Utica m
Utica 84 to 58. The Peds m dhvci the last four minutes by four points.
reversal of the Platlsbargh game Hoop Review
moved out, to a !•-() leal and were
This weekend the Peds are on
weekend
l u u , r e
will
enhance
our
! , l a r
-hni Cirecn ever develops the
rest of his game on the par with
i,,.s ^ i d
shooting he will be one
of the best small college player.,
in tin- .State.
-hip in I lie middle of
If .you HUW a fiill-rigg-ed s;ii
t h e desert, would you sav
(Ii i " W i s h
they'd
invent
A- "I.one, Una- no sea!
.r (C)
l all nig niirai
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"Anything; can happen in I.a.; Vegas!"
FEBRUARY 6, 1960
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Feb ruary 14, 1960
Cards And Gifts At The CO-OP
<-»<>obers
Sunday afternoon
Kappa
Beta
defeated the Goobers, a slumping
team, by a score of 58-47. Great
fight and a fine team effort was
shown by the men of K B who were
underdogs
from
the
beginning.
Another contributing factor in the
victory was the terrific shooting
percentage from the field by the
winners.
After a tremendous first half,
KB started off slow in the second
half, but soon caught lire and went
on to victory.
Ifi p o i n U s
,
The players ol lhc Apathetics are
L'ver. column IIIII.M have
begin- Many Borko, Jim Dougherty, Bill
nmg, so I will start by a slateinenf Wan/.er, J o h n Pavelka, Ray Smith
ol position All ..pinion.-, in this col- and Don Donato.
iimii are merely the npinion ol the
i in 1 if ii and not necessarily the views
ol lln- Sports Desk, Ihe paper, or
tin- athletic dcj.a rlnien t. Please mill n .v, .ill i . iinplaini , i . (in.-, Tillman,
.iini ill op I hi in in something suitable, like Uu- Hudson Hiver.
Standings in the newh
formed
intramural
surprisi
'Ma i l l '
New York S l a t e Intercollegiate Soc.i i gm.• i s
_ O T Conference were released rei
w eel-: has jirodui cd Soin
1111
•ently, along with New York S t a t e
upsets. Poller, the Ooobers and SLS
nd All American team selections.
received losses from the Spooks, KB
alio the I,-I ITS. Is Men's Hall due'.'
Albany Slate ranked fifth in the
A up ol Ihe hut goes to SLS lor 11 learn S t a l e University Conl'ertheir line . p,n'tsinaiiship in the last euce, which was won by Cortland
two games II is lough to lose two with a 3-0 record,
consecutive squeakers and lake it
like gentlemen Sonic teams could Weighed Records
lake a li ssoii in,in SLS.
The landings wen- determined by
Tin. j ear's fresliuian team looks weighing Ihe won-loss record to
bellei Ihan an\ I n c h team I've seen , ] | , , w 1 ( J | - uiei|tlahlies of the U anus,
luce L-.e been on lhc "campus." ihis weighing system being based oil
'I In ir success is .1 ood example ol , ,|, ci v .il lines to team strengths bv
Anal a lot. ..1 hiislle, spirit, and , ,|| iced , involved. The ellcet was to
hard work will dn in fin course ol
,,„„.,. , ,-,-t111 p, A p-am for a win
n ,
'be ce.oii Ai Uu- beeinning ol the ,„.,.,. ,,
„| ..(-i,1)()| than tor a win
,,-a i,ii I v..i somewhat dubious .,1 i n i . | - a , > ( ,, > r ,-,e|niol
tlu-ir .iieic... ,hn- 1.1 the I,,,!: ol
hel-'hl M-. i,ni :.,!., I,, Al and tile
Ooalle J o h n Santos ol 1-'DL> was
le.oo
n.lined l.o the All American team,
M\ (pu .linn ul lhc week. "Will is he kepi up the pace he set when
ihe
Pug.is he In'ger
a nd belter holding the Pen.-, to one goal in
Hi.ni ever'.'"
their season's opening encounter.
WAA:
A A Resumes Activities
For Forthcoming Semester
AFTER FEB. 10, 1960
STATE COLLEGE CO-OP
K I S U e l c a t s
Albany Ranks 5th
In S. U. Tourney
FINAL DAY in
Commons
a
K B
' S victory
threw
the
first
™«U(- into a turmoil by putting
h o
lw, u
.9nl™.
« « m t " contention
"" Uu'UU(V
Apathetics
„,,
,
,,
, " " ' championship of the third
league was decided last week when
the
Apathetics
won
their
fifth
game without a defeat. T h r e e of
the games were won via forfeit and
the other two victories were very
decisive which showed the champs'
power.
Qa6.iifx liu Qui
[1
is
Bone.-,'' i .i gieai cuiiipel II or and
possesses ,i line shooting, I-JIPlat isbm ,-h's Jink l'olter
is the
best We've seen Ibis .sear
Poltel
is ,dso ,. .-,! andoiit goalie ,,mi ilurd
baselnau
lor Hie CaidinaLs
Wrestler ( b a i l i e Kane ha., returned
to school
but will noi ret urn t.o
action until n e s t year
.Lick
Heal'dull In also b a . k ,
but II. Is
doubtlul whelher he will return to
lhc hardwood again
Dave Pause
has not vet recovered Ironi a leg
inlectlon
The Ped inalnicli w ill
mi.-,., P a n e when Lhey encounter
Brooklyn Pols tomorrow m Ne*
York City
l - ' r o s h basket ball
Learn looks superb
l-'uy Kirliunlson and Danny D'Angellfu ulV a
powerful scoring d u o
it
with
" ' l l ' n n g ' a ' L r n n s l . under the haskel with 12 seconds leit, Gerry BUilr
was toiiled bv an SLS player. Cool
a., the proverbial cucumber, Blair
..link both hull .shots to put Men's
ahead bv one p..ml. Tune ran out
.,., SLS brouglil the bull down the
.ictonous ni anoiher thriller.
Men.-, It,ill now holds down fir.il
chances for a bid to t h e NAIA playoils, since we beat t h e New Jersey
teams ill the Christinas Tourney.
.,
y ,
League
KB was paced by Bob Sands with
a n ( 1 j , . m . M i l d l e , w l U l 14
turned in a n o t h e r lmJ o h n
Hath
p r c s . s j v e performance with 23 points
l 0 ) . I ) u , Goobers.
Sauers says, and I quote "If we win
'his
First
' " ' - h i s half.
In the second hall, led by Spina,
Jamison and Si.-.ko, SLS made a
U'emendoii.s comeback and took the
lead wit'll 1(5 .seconds left to play
r
came off the bench twice
the team back
from big
while Green came up with
of hot h a n d s and scored (i of
from the floor.
place in the
3-0 record,
choice of cii'.it'el Ics. T i n t i - w h \ 111. ri :11•• I
w o m e n w h o I l u n k 11 ir t l i c i n a - l w
u u.ill.\
The Man Who Thinks for Himself Knows —
ONLY VICEROY HAS A THINKING MAN'S FILTER...A SMOKING MAN'S TASTE!
iiiii-e a MI ,u i,- b n i ; ill Ihe
.win: ol activities Alter a one-day
.ai.iiinii belweeii siine-.lei's ci day
..in, Ii main ..I us pa.,.-,ed canvassu;g downtown stoic.-, log ales, I'm
.uu- we're .ob ipiali li i< led in il
, | , r lo plunge ml,, our .•.punt: sem
...,ler eomses anil ;ui'ISllles
WAA
l,mis n-ell in the Ik-ml ol activit-,
planum
rin,.'. lor .Stale f a n are
in in-.- tin ii iiii.it ed under the leadenslop ,,i pipe Sihci lein, who will
soon he I,.nam- Volunteers lo asMM her
I'hi' limine lor this veal's
li
h is bowling
iloop Scores
Siiue ihe la-.I issue, ihe Pillowing
sines have been plavcil
.Ian
'/ l a k e It-a e 11 M.ullsiin Hon e1)
1 Phi Hi. 1.1 -ll Kappa Delta II
II P h i Delia 31 - Maili.-.oii House
li
II Pu n e Hall 2-' Kappa Della-tt
ill'
Lake House mllei! lo Pill Delia
hl Ihe Pleiie I lull-Kappa Delia
cline,
six. players
were
teamed
against Hie
Pierce consented lo
play Kappa Delia when the soror-
ily, pressured by exams discovered
that H had a five Woman team. The
teams played all exciting firs I half
with Pierce leading by lour points
al lhc i nd However. Ill the second
I ill', Pierce surged forward to take
Ihe gallic with all I) point lead
SwillUIlinu
Swiiniiuiig eiithusla Is 1
Where
are you. Now thai the pressure nl
exams and papers have been Idled
lioin \oiir shoulders, why not relax
by gelling into the swim of thing.-,
foe all evening'.'
Splash nine is
Irom 7-i) every Tuesday
evening
at the Jewish Community Center
Just lake along your bathing suit,
cap. towel, and student c u d
it's
lor lice girls Mole; 1 • you can't
1111(1 someone else lo take advaillage of the opportunity, call Bulb
Smith for the names of girls who'll
be going over mi the same evening.
Tumbling and Trampoline
'I'umljliiig and tranipoluu- will be
added lo WAA activities II a sufllclelil .'limber of students are inn-n-sted Drop a note to Barb Smith
'ill in student mail as an indication
of your interest.
.....
PAGE 6
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S FRIDAY, F E B R U A R Y S, 1 9 6 0
Forum Sponsors Great Discussions-60'
Jiauie J+autli
Beta Zeta
Marilee Rogers '62, was initiated
Phyllis Malory 'GO, President, a n - a t a n initiation service held Monnounces t h a t a n open house will day evening.
be held for Statesmen on Sunday, Sigma P h i Sigma
F e b r u a r y 14, from 3-5 p.m.
Sheila Echaus '60, President, a n nounces t h a t J a n e t Eckcolsky was
Chi Sigma T h e t a
Nancy Lou Ryan 'GO, President, appointed c h a i r m a n for S t a t e Fair.
announces t h a t t h e pledge captain
T h e r e will be tin open house for
is P a t Labalbo 'G2, a n d Sports C a p - men next Friday.
tain is J e a n e t t e Leggier! 'G2.
Gamma Kappa Phi
Marcy Van Leuven 'GO, h a s been
appointed
temporary
President;
J u d i t h Kiehle, temporary
VicePresident; a n d JoAnne Simons '61,
t e m p o r a r y Secretary.
K a p p a Delta
Nancy McGowan '60, President a n nounces t h a t Elizabeth Tinney '62
is the new pledge captain.
Psi G a m m a
Mildred Pasek 'GO, President, a n nounces t h e appointment of Marion
Oarglul '61, as Recording Secretary.
The theme of the Waiter's Party
to be held next Friday is "Come
W i t h U.s Co t h e Casbah" announce
co-chairmen, Sally Van Scoy 'GO,
and P a t Benedetto '62.
Sigma Alpha
A coffee hour for Poller Club
will be held Monday a t 8:30 p.m.,
announces Donnalee Anderson 'GO,
President.
Frosh To Meet
On Tuesday
A freshman class meeting a n d
rally will be held Tuesday a t 7 p.m.
in Draper 349, announce Kay O'Connor a n d Paul Hooker, Seniors.
Presidential candidates will be
allowed five minutes for speeches;
vice-presidential candidates will lie
allowed three minutes to speak.
Speeches will be lollowed by questions Iron: class members concerning
the candidates a n d tlieir c a m p a i g n ing.
Candidates for Secretary. T r e a s urer, a m ' Songlradcr must stale
their qualifications; candidates for
Publicity Diiecl.or must present a
poster show inv, abilities. Cheerleader candidates must, present a cheer.
All cantddates for Senate will be
questioned at, tin- SA rally to be held
Thursday night in tin; Brit G a m e
Room.
Candidates for all |josilions may
campaign in any m a n n e r .
Michael Sabini 'CO, P r e s i d e n t of
t h e F o r u m of Politics, a n n o u n c e s
t h a t the F o r u m will sponsor several
foreign policy discussion groups a t
S t a t e this semester.
These groups will be p a r t of t h e
" G r e a t Discussions — 19G0," a n a tion-wide program of t h e Foreign
Policy Association. Each discussion
group will consist of six to t e n people who will meet once a week for
an eight-week period, s t a r t i n g t h e
week of February 7. T h e groups will
discuss a different topic a t each
meeting. T h e background reading
materials will be furnished by t h e
Foreign Policy Association through
the Forum.
T h e purposes of these discussion
groups will be to enable more Americans to obtain t h e facts and gain
a deeper understanding of current
foreign affairs, to talk over these
facts with tlieir friends a t a convenient time a n d place, to reach
more individual opinions on U. S.
foreign policy, a n d to communicate
these opinions to t h e policy-makers
in Washington.
After each discussion, ballots will
be filled out a n d sent to a central
office in Albany. These ballots will
be tabulated on a national basis and
will be sent to representatives in
Congress, to t h e S t a t e D e p a r t m e n t ,
and to the President.
It is hoped t h a t this program will
afford a way in which the individual
may help to formulate our foreign
policy.
Many groups a r e being s e t u p
throughout t h e Albany area. Any
State College s t u d e n t s or faculty
members who would like to participate a r e urged to do so. Anyone
wishing more information may contact Dr. Mtithew Elbow, Associate
Professor of History, in Draper 205.
State College News
Z-464
Students interested in t h e
operation of a college radio s t a tion should a t t e n d a meeting to
be held Sunday a t 7 p.m. in
Brubacher. T h e room will be
posted. Any s t u d e n t s with previous experience i n this field
are especially urged to a t t e n d .
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FRIDAY. F E B R U A R Y 12. 1 9 6 0
Robert Helwig '60, President of
S t u d e n t Association, announces t h a t
elections for t h e various candidates
will begin today a n d e n d Monday.
Voting for candidates for Myskania
and for class officers will be held t o day a n d Monday in Lower Draper,
room 08, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. a n d
tomorrow in t h e Student Union from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will b e no
voting for Presidential a n d VicePresidential candidates on S a t u r d a y .
SA Officers
Donald Donato, J a m e s Dougherty
and Richard Robinson a r e candiJAMES DOUGHERTY
DONALD DONATO
RICHARD ROBINSON
dates for t h e position o r President
of S t u d e n t Association. Susan Byron is t h e only candidate for t h e
office of Vice-President.
S t u d e n t Senate
J a m e s Clavell — Rivalry: (1, 2)
S t u d e n t Guides, C o - C h a i r m a n :
T h e following are running for t h e
Frosh W e e k Counselor: (2
office of Senate from t h e Class of
Class T r e a s u r e r : ( 1 ) ; S e n a t e :
1961: Barry Deixler, S a n d r a Dieter,
Pi Omega P i : (3); All College ReAnthony D'Onofrio, G r a n t Duffrin,
view lass'C. C h o r e o g r a p h e r i : (2, 3)
K a r e n Holer. Sylvia Juriga, Marie
S l a t e P a i r T r e a s u r e r : t 3 ) ; All ColMiranda a n d J a n e t Zember.
T h e following are competing for
As President of S.A., I would try
As I look a t t h e present situation lege Reception, C o - C h a i r m a n : (3)
, . . . purpose ol s t u d e n t govern
The
a n n u e l our e minus I a m aware ol
B a r b a r a Gladysiewicz — Student m e n t is t o serve t h e s t u d e n t body of ' n i " Senate from the Class ol 1962: tc> accomplish t h e following: group
m a n , things which I feel could be S e n a t e : (2, 3 i ; S t u d e n t Guide; (1, u l l s eollege. T h i s government, must J a m e s Blenker, Edward Brennali house representation, improved comjinproved. In my major platform 2 i ; Program C h a i r m a n , J u n i o r pi-nvide, a s egectively a s possible. M ' K S B v n i n - Mary Ann Calderone, munication between t h e organs of
I would like to see t h e tollowing P r o m : 13); C o - T r c a s i u e r Campus tor the social, cultural, personal and Janet Cellura, Frances Cicero. Mar- government, selling Dippikill under
areas dealt with in a m a n n e r which Chest: I 2 I ; C o - C h a i r m a n Campus recreational needs of t h e s t u d e n t yueritc d o w r y , Clillord Demurest, eertain conditions, m a i n t a i n i n g a
would aid as much ol t h e student
i:i>;
mpp uu ss oCommission:
T
elected aalnu ld aa p
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.-undent
. S L U U I I I I , Chest:
Sliest.
, .) ' . cCaa m
u i i U J j i n . N i u o . ppopulation.
opulation
lih
l t 'e ClCClOU
p- "M
* "a'r"t*h*a" Golcnsky..Mary
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j Ann Gilsi,,
I I I H H L tax,
L I U , Iimproved
U I J J J I M C U ostudentiuuciabody as possible.
( 2 I ; Secretary; I 3 I ; Frosh Wi ek- pointed officers of this government b l ' r l i - ^ " c h c l l e Kellerman, Betty faculty relations, and s t u d e n t repreI Hunk t h a t we need a better end Counselor. ' 2 , :ji; C h a i r m a n r ; m best do this by carrying out Klein, Sheryl McCormick, Richard sentation on faculty committees.
Nottingham, John
Pierce,
Ellen
system ol off-campus t r a n s p o r t a - Constitution Committee s e n a t e .
iheir duties in an experienced, dy- ™ , u " i ; ' " u " ' • J U ' ' " ' . ^ , L ' ^ " , ; " Group House Representation
Robino,
B a r b a r a Schneiderman. Liln a m i e ancl
1
ti. .n. At t h e present time we have
organized m a n n e r .
I : * * ; , , " ! , ; ! ! . ' ,„!!!,' 0 ™ f " „
If t h e purpose of s t u d e n t governJ ( ) a n n e y wood — F r o s h C a m p
lian Skadburg, Anne Smith, J a n ment is to represent t h e entire stuto rent buses for trips away from c o u n s e l l o r : ' (2, 3 ) ; S e n a t e : (2, 3 i ; S t u d e n t g o v e r n m e n t m u s t be con- r . „ l i t h p.,,.,,,,,,,,] omith
and Earl
the school. What do we have to s e c r e t a r y Alden H a l l : ' 2 ) ; S t a t e stantly working to solve the prob- S m i t h , Raymond Smith, „,», *.«., l | ( . n , b l d y , l u , n ^ ^ h ( ) l l S ( , r e p ] . e .
show for t h e money spent on this college Review: i l , 3>; Campus lems of the s t u d e n t body a s u whole W e l k e i sentatiou is t h e best m e t h o d of a c rental? Ol course t h e trip may be C h e s t : (2, 3 ) ; F r o s h Skit: (1); as well as continually looking for
. , , . complishing this. I would introduce
Those r u n n i n g for the S e n, a, t,e„ from
educational a n d bcnclits a r e to be c a m p u s Q u e e n A t t e n d a n t - ( 3 ) ' new a n d belter ways of a d m i n i s t e r - t h e Class ol 1963 n i e the l o i i o w n g . legislation to tins effect leavingg
gained lroin if, but do we need to -^ L, D s k u . ( 1 )
' j , , , , t h e operation of t h e S t u d e n t Nancy Altmann, K e n n e t h Bel a n - appruximalcly one-hull of Senate
l ni
rent t r a n s p o r t a t i o n for so many
Association
" ' T h o m a s Bartlow, Gerald Blair. t.,, come from class elections as a
things? I leel that by purchasing
Sue J a m e s — S t a t e College R e „„,,.,„.„,.,.< ™„«< .ei •.* -i Theresa Bocchino. J u d i t h Brenner, who],, thus retaining some class
J
g
l
at lea t one bus of our own we would view: i l c C h o r e o g r a p h e r : M.U D v.,,...:,.,.
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„J
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,..,,.;,.„'-.,„,,,,,, Bullis.
»,.,,..., William
,,.,.,.,..,, Burnett, representatives from t h e class as
M . Ronald
e n Ice agency, carlnn lot those p
,„ c a r t e r , Laurence Coleman. a whole each year to
best represent
' s a v i , n , | , renlal or lit least u.se it skit i2, ,'J i ; Rivalry Leader: i l l ; scollective
needs t h a t c a n n o t be m e t ...
~ ...
,-.
r,...,... '' "'"•"'
" " " l ••' ••' " :••< • •>•
,,, pay I,,- tin.-, bus. T h e bus could Choreographer S o p h
Skit; Co- "-"'"--"'^ •"=*»» •"'<" «•"•»«"• "<- '"<-- Constance Culver, Susan Danltz, t h t , s t u d e n t body.
be used jusl as t h e rented buses a r e C h a i r m a n C h i l d r e n ' s C h r i s t m a s by t h e individual.
Anne Dugan, Theodore Dusanenko. ('ainii Dippikill
now a n d we would have il for or- Party; S t u d e n t S e n a t e : i2. 3i; Frosh
II is with these t h o u g h t s in mind Donlcl Fear, Peter Fisher, J a m e s
The neeessitv of a college camp is
gain/.iition.il trips, educational trips. C a m p Counselor: i2, 31; Co-Chair- that I have declared myself a c a n - Haelin, J u d i t h Hall, J u d i t h J o h n s o n . s( ,]f evident, I had felt t h a t we h a d
a'ecess to a college camp, and many m a n P a r e n t s Day: 131.
(3).
didate for t h e olflce of President of Richard Kelly, Roy Knapp, Rich- un-cn Di]jpikill a lair c h a n c e la
is they m
t arise.
, 2 .,,.
t h e S t u d e n t Association.
urd Lockwood. Lawrence Lonergan, stimulate s t u d e n t interest a n d since
,,!„.,. instances as
mi:i - hlit
J ,; („m ,( ,„s _ K„e,U. „
y „__ R„i v; i,l l r y „
: . ,,i,
);
(Jiialiflcations
J e a n e t t e Lorenz, Andrew Lowell, p, ] l a ( | ,,,,, j , v a s m I i l v o r 0 f s e l l i n g
I would like ver\ much to improve S e n a t e : (2); C a m p u s Chest: (2, 3 i ;
. . .
,,,.,,. (3);
,-,,. Frosh
,.,,.,,s,, (.. n ipn (•,„,,,
T h e lollowlng a r e a list of t h e Rose Marie Mincar, Claudia Molir. p . m light of recent information and
i-elations
on this, Slt a t e Pair:
l M , , M l CC amm
C Connou
•"""" " : : ' "I- u l l >
' • ' • ' » l l 0a" h committee
" " " " ' 'selor:
.'"' '"(2,
•"'..•3 )'-\\" | )Commit" - aelivilie, which I have participated J a m e s Morgan. Dee Mngaver, Doris observation, I believe thai without
campus
propose
; Homecoming
in and which I feel m a k e m e well Muhlich, David Nichols, Barbara sufficient development of t h e c a m p
maili up ol students and faculty ice: i 2 c S t u d e n t G u i d e : 12, 3).
qualified io assume t h e presidency: Ols/.owy. Patrick Puccini, Rosemary 0 I l l . cannot honestly judge t h e true
lueiuljeis. t h e main purpose ol winch
Rosemary Kverek—Smiles: (1, 2,
I. Thorough knowledge of .student Pctrick, William Powhida, Fay R i c h - poteni.iul of t h e camp to stimulate
would lii' to arriv" at a n answer tin ii; C o - C h a i r m a n F r o s h - S o p h g o v e r n n u n t on o u r c a m p u s gained unison. Geraldine Schleifer, Philip .smdent interest. Therefore I am in
studenl-laciilty problems. Si.iiie o 1 ) a p c e ; C o . E d i t o r o f P r o s l ) T I ; „ K 1 - through .service as a class senator .Shaw. Toby Tlusty, Anne Tooniey, faV()1 . ()1 , h e development proposed
these problems iiugn oe , i;.
\m>k: i2>; Frosh C a m p Counselor: a n d as Vice-President of SA.
(Continual
mi I'ayt •',, Column ', \JV Camp Board but with t h e reserv
a.-, i. the problem oi i .
- , , , , . c h a i r m a n Booster S l a t e F a i r :
2. Proven organi/.ational a n d exe_
a'tiou that, should this initial in
si ily tin linal exam schedule could i2); Inter-Sorority Counsel: (2, 3 ) ; eulive ability gained as coordinator
vestment not. stimulate s t u d e n t inbe inaili
i : bl, ,
l,
committees a n d
terest, we would he justified in sell;;:' : ; ;, V 1 .aM ;;'nr. l m,Tv Moving U p Day S p e a k e r : . 2 ) ; Co of all S e n a t e
earlier i
through first-hand c o n t a c t witli the
ing it.
i2).
...,, i would like very much to sec a T r e a s u r e r of C a m p u s Chest:
development a n d operation of our
We must realize though we have
Column
('an!linn il on I'ai/i
li adership coiilorence such as was
present financial procedure.
not reeened any return for t h e avhad this \ciu belweeii t h e Adininiserage 1(C of Student T a x which
:i. Varied interests outside of govllalloli a n d Student Association bePresident Hamilton's scheduled ar- s e n a L has given C a m p Board for
e
r
n
m
e
n
t
including,
service
u.s
a
, ,,,ue al least an annual allair. This
member of the S t a t e College News n v a l ; l 1 s t a U ' colh '!' ( -' i s Monday, at , , „ , ,. l M l h n . ( . u . a l , s , . h a t U u , c o l .
fiu-s both sides a chance to voice
Board and as a staff m e m b e r ol the ' l l n 1 " "
lege camp h a s a potential in both
,, |J|IU> |,.s and al the same tune listen
Pedagogue. 1 have also been an
T h e agenda lor his brief visit t h e recreational ami academic areas
l , t h e other fellow's point on the
active participant ill our college's here includes a faculty lunch lrom ol this colli e To s 11 Dippikill
i lus la 1. thou 'lit might
u h ,..-|
intramural athletic program
1-2:30 p . m . a meeting with t h e purely because we a r e reaping n o
,-,,,, |,e carried over to t h e major
.1 Thoioiigh knowledge ol the members a n d representatlvis under immediate return now is unjust
d e p a r t m e n t s m the school W i n
problems a n d a d v a n c e m e n t s ol the Student Association in the Draper and unfair.
Alter
development,
, o i l I here I"- -' mass meeting ol
I Dippikill situation.
Lounge floiu 2:30-3.15 p i n , a n d a should student interest remain d o r A.s many of \ot, already I n
lit,- sludents and laclllly in one maA I , „ . ,.i'
laoutly meeting and coffee hour.
maiit.
iniillt. We w
would
nukl be instilled m
in ,11on a alldldale ha t he , Il ice ol tu- (<:...„...
,,,, ,M paitmelil? I Hunk much ml(
. e n i i a;,il Aims
of i»i»iiwm
Platform
drill As o lalion Vice-President
T h e development of coiislslalil
H is President IlaiuilUm's inten- ing Ihe cani|i.
be .a . oinplished
, M i i | | i|; n,, ,,,,„,„„
I h c V a c I',, s i c , 1 . more t h a n policies relating to all phases of Hon to acquaint himself with t h e Communications
;]
winning Hie ,luii.-, oi the siiiilcut interest ts a necessity
tiiitenUs a n d faculty members of
i would improve communications
1 would like' to bring up t h e p I MM
l>,,..,uli.|'il HI his l e . u e s l or in case
Infelllgenl a n d b'isiiiess like ad- 11ie varloli.s S t a t e Teachers Colleges between group houses a n d govern
,,I , omnium, at ions We an- all aw.o
., ]',!-, abseiue.'ha-, m a m respun'si- ministration ol a $50,000 a year Albany State is only one of the ment agencies by requiring t h e mil)
thai this campus needs belter com Millie.-, lie
,,'.."c
. , ,u' .e' ' as
."'".'",,',',
', .,",.'.. business
hi, in.- . iSlmlent
,:;ni,ieni A.ssn
A.ssn,I i.a niiisl.
no,.-,!, many
a null-voting
Is a
many colleges to be visited by Ute.s ol Cabinet and S e n a t e to be
jnuiiK , , I I - I I I .on m lavor ol sec
President Hamilton on his tour.
interchanged
a n d the combined
1
the
Senate,
he
serves
as
Leadership
in
t
h
e
development
„, , a i.alio .talloll ,leu-loped loi I
m , n u n s to be sent to all group
t
'ab.net
member,
h
e
coordinates
orgalil/.ilion
a
n
d
financing
ol
social
Ha- m .in pail ol lie- campus, nallieIn Uses on campus. G r o u p house
I, the quad I l e d that tills woulid 'I,,- , milliners out ,,t Sen.,ic, a n d a n d cultural events in which sturepresentation would e n h a n c e easioiinunica- h,- art* as Treasurer oi .Student dents sin w an interest or fur which
be I In- nil imate in u
er i oinniiinii ations I would sir, ug,in apparent need is d e m o n s t r a t e d
lion Campus news could be deliver- {•uali'
ly make a n effort to obtain one
. . . .
is always a main point in any a d ed instantly to seventy-live percent
David Trrhiirn*', Assistant Dean
hour during t h e week's classes when
, , , ' , , ," ,
,,,, ,
ministration's proposed plans.
,,l [|,e i anipus Tills news would be
a n n o u n c e s iliat lids week will be
n i classes would be scheduled This
I lei I that I am qllalllled Io u n ' '
'
n,u, n more accurate than any type
(lie lust ill which applications
lime could he utilised for class a n d
Make
these
responsibilities
beIncreased
advisory
a
n
d
investlgai, ,,-iwd ,,i the present time through
lor residence bull counsellors for
organizational meetings.
iii..e ,,l my knowledge ol student l i v e a c t i w t j by t h e appointed Cablay phis radio .station should ,,,, w , uaici,1' on our c a m p u s
This " ' ' t ministers is something I lirinly
Hie 1 !)<><)-Ill academic year will be Budget
h, ,i br
ay iilih/AsI
1'nis radio
,™,u'», slildcnl
........... |,,, ,\,w|e,lge
] uaicnl h aon
our not
r u m ponly
u s from believe in.
al.,,,
lor general
s come
aeeepled. .Students interested in
(Ull
1 would be in lavor ol balancplcasiu, b\ use ol music a n d edlica- | | u , c s p e r l e n i e I l i m e received as T h e above general alms are Ihe
counselling should obtain t h e
ing the budget, ll uece sary, with
lloiial le.duics.
being a Senator in Illy freshman- foremost m my mind, because It is
forms from a n d return to t h e
money from surplus to m a i n t a i n a
Honshu; Office, Dmper 11-, n o low student lax.
These an- some ol t h e things 1 Sophomore year, but also from my these t h e lights that lead to all other
Inter
than
Friiluy,
February
10.
i Cuntinut d on I'lu.n !i Column i'
would like if elected S A President. iCuiilinuid
mi I'mji '/ Column U iCunlmuid
on i'mii ', Column 11
Myskania, this year h a s resumed
the policy of recommending candidates to fill their places. According
to t h e Myskania Constitution they
a r e authorized to recommend not
more t h a n ten second semester
juniors.
R e c o m m e n d a t i o n s were made, on
t h e basis of t h e qualifications a n d
criteria as stipulated in t h e Judicial
Board's constitution.
There a r e thirty-six candidates
for Myskania.
T h i r t e e n will be
elected a n d tapping ceremonies will
take place I n a u g u r a t i o n Day.
Myskania 1959-00 recommends the
following c a n d i d a t e s for 1960-61
Myskania:
I
ffl
!
I
DonatoWants
Group Houses
Represented
Dougherty Seeks
3 Development of
Camp Dippikill
Byron Looks
For Better
Management
Hamilton Visits
State Monday
Notice
Life Insurance Program
See our l o w COST COLjLEGK SPKCIAI,
A kT K APNE K
phone 5-1471
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VOL. XLV, NO. 2
SA Elections
Begin Today
Judicial Body
Recommends
Robinson Aim
Improvement
On Campus
*
J u n e Alexander ' a n d Terry
Kerwin, Seniors, Co-editors of
the I960 P E D A G O G U E , in o r der to give more of t h e s t u d e n t
body t h e satisfaction of contributing to tlieir yearbook, r e quest t h a t s t u d e n t s w h o have
snapshots of a n y p h a s e of student life submit t h e m for publication. S n a p s h o t s should be
sent to either editor through
student mail a n d will be r e turned.
ALBANY, N E W YORK
Donate, Dougherty and Robinson Seek Presidency in
Student Association Elections; Byron Runs Unopposed
Notices
'17 Western Ave.
75 State St.
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