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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.
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u i i U J j i n . N i u o . ppopulation.
opulation
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l t 'e ClCClOU
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* "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
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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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,..,,.;,.„'-.,„,,,,,, Bullis.
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,,.,.,.,..,, 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 ...
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,,, 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 „
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);
(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
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' • ' • ' » 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
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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
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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
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] 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
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VOL. XLV, NO. 2
SA Elections
Begin Today
Judicial Body
Recommends
Robinson Aim
Improvement
On Campus
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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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It's U p To You
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Qualified, Capable, Competent. Do the candidates
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you're voting for have all of these characteristics? We feel
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it important to consider these qualities and others as well RUMOR HAS IT . . . that 2300
before making decisions. Realizing that this issue has been state students nearly slept through
exhausted long before our arrival, we, nevertheless, feel their mid-semester break . . . that
it necessary to emphasize it once again.
a band-aid was found in a ham_„
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You have had ample opportunity to read posters, listen
to speeches, and talk to many. The campaign this year
has been an outstanding one in the light of interest and
enthusiasm shown by the display of posters, mobiles, and
messages through Student Mail. We are proud and pleased
with the spirit shown by the candidates during this two
izers . . . that Nikita Khruschev is
anti-American . . . that Man Tan
is being freely used and abused on
campus. . .
. . make will
W H y DONT THEY
thorough knowledge of ambiguity
Week period.
a prerequisite for senate
CKlAvtm.
Now t h a t you know my name a n d what office
vote for me . . . won't you . . . clear. . . .
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Gamman - Stolen.
the Ed. 21 telecasts ithink of the
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m r u n n i n g for, you
By I.\I)I( K AND D O N O I RIO
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NoDoze
to which, the wittier a man is, he is generally
triple its sales. Betty Furness
the more obnoxious." —Dryden
could really score with a typewriter
t h a t cools beer and automatically
types out very original observation
reports) . . .
EXOTIC SETTINGS IN THE LOWER P E R I S T Y L E S
Whlk
No More Minor?
The State Education Department recently released „.,.„.*„>
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Very
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and revolutionary
Shocking
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Suggestions
'/ending our way from class to class, we've encountered <r,,
aiinbstaelecotirse. All the ducking and neck-stretclimg wc'i e b - n i ..
lately composes what seems to be S t a t e ' s answei to Vic T a n n c C ex,, .
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u rest r ms hnve betu Si ared by
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in a
T h eR j s c
report entitled "The Academic Teacher Certification Proj-
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J m o n a a i o a n j makes the 111, s! t h e
T h e S u g g e s t i o n s Of t h i s r e p o r t w e r e t o i n c r e a s e t h e arousing, tender, and sickening story
n u m b e r Of h o u r s t h a t a p e r s o n WOUld n e e d i n h i s of a cross-eyed window washer and
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total
major field. The other courses would remain about the
same
S u g g e s except
t e d h o uthat
r s h these
a s b e esuggestions
n r a i s e d b ywould
t w e n t yprobably
h o u r s J. elimThis
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extreme
thefrom
suggested
hours ofteachers
all majorstudies,
fields
inate
minorbut
field
a prospective
has been raised considerably. These suggestions disagree
In the case of the Social Studies the minimum number of
with our existing philosophy on what a teacher should be
It seems that every time a research project is finished
their results are interpreted as divine law and the colleges
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own Dove Street! Now .1 uiside in- „ l e l l s e ,,„„-, „ , , w a t , . r
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battle with t h e already
"ayawesome
bfsnuS^^^Ser^uKek''lul s i je " t i , ikying bridge in the
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papering m the hall, we arc having furniture remodeled m the c a M . . ;
A fraternity, w'hile primarily a social organization, should !;«• a ; J < i" 1 1 1 , i : . r
here at S t a t e . VVeivh
S S ^ c a i S ^ S o ^ ^ i i J ' i h are bid.
While joining a ( i n
organization doesn't cut you oir from all iiher ties, it does d i n .'•
Kovern your loyally to a certain group of men.
ends Saturday,
bidsS1,come
and e v o n o n e
eam RLlshijig
,us wil1 breathe
c lk cllw
h of out
1 1 1Monday,
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Ru hn
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T h e tables are
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should
automatically
alter these
their reports
curriculum
tofitnothing
inawith
to bridge
we have
new
suggestions.
Actually
may prove
j^^
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to ,ibtoin
pornogrmhic
more than the inability of researchers to interpret correct- Ploying
oiavm,. cards
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m this
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such
short notice.)
ly the available information.
PALACE
We do not believe that if a college turns out a good
T m a n , d . S l u ' ^ , - , A tender
social scientist it will necessarily follow that he will be a fnr,!!
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paigners, bin perhaps a more a p p r o p r i a ' c place could not haw- i,< ,
chosen for some of them. Judging by all t h e talent i?> i h . , i , •„,;
displayed iU'otin^ this place, we wonder if the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n coiil..i
|)ossiblj lit a major in Art into the curriculum. T h e .- ;,\ in >.s and -,•.
weak slippy story eh? Well, you're
formation
of this type doesn't make
t
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a nPl e Vs i , w i l1h ° t h e S h n , r U t H n 0 W ^ ^
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y e a r s 1( , fI h t , „ , a l l ( , j f y o u , u . ( , d l m n , [um; - m a k ( , (( ^ . ^ ^
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The choice you will make is your own. W h a t e v e r it may be congratiil;,
tions! You made it yourself.
( H E E R S — O R LACK OF THEM
"Buckle down, old S t a t e " wa.s a very faint m u r m u r which •<•!..„.
brings Shirley Booth sweetly throughout the Armory a t the Siena game W t sav "s»i-«'r
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good teacher. We have been told constantly and we firmly back with her dog. This time she hi cause it did sound sweet but who ever told you people I:i,.,i Vi.. •
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wh h slu> may
t? T1 u a v wc
believe that a teacher does not teach a subject, rather he ]^
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were they're
there, the
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teaches the student. To do this requires a broad
education gtor'
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LOUD!
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a switch!
thetop
movie
there,
and the
wa.s there
but the ,crm-d w.i s there
W i t h t h e a c c e n t On h i s
field.
W e f e e l t h a t t h e r e IS a g r e a t
she does a duet—that top tune" Ba Did you come to the game simply because youi could
it it this o n - i
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deal of difference between an accent on a subject and a Ba B l u c j { Sbeba " ; tne ciu" being stead of stand? \vv hate to use the word "spirit" it's been
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specialist in this area. A minor field may not be the Vhl'X^lr,'-h.n.™ {l
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Ms p l a y , a s k i l l e d s u r g e o n w h o p e r lorm.s
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"i t h e Shite College News annuiinces that there will lie u
NEWS Hoard iiieetiiiu Tuesday
nifilil at *J::i0 II.III. in Hrubueher.
A culi class meeting will also
I"' held at 7 p.m. .\|| stall members are asked to be present. Any
students interested in working on
Hie MVVS should also attend the
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in the Student I'niuii ill
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c d o w n D i a l t h i r d c o k e mil listen to "liarli in N u d u m
orange crinoline This movie ma.\ l l i i ' l i l l e c l l l l l l i m e il
rliilli iliideliiiabl.' reeling I. II voil that
even make the Medic .series , n '| V
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lol.s ,i| luck! Submarine.-. uav< s. the ' " , ' '1
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works tins i , no tear i n k e r but jI " " ' 'W' •1 1 "" ' - »• hanging on the windows, over hie wnidnw. ..
" I ' «•'•"• M'M I'.now what we mean We k i o u il.ai .- .
'•' u'll " ( 'i- wet from Hie spr i\ or the " ' , " " " " 111,
ile bill la - i l I h e u n i
b' 'ky ceiling ol the
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^ " ' h e movie is well accepted last week, "Who really lost at the Si'enu ganic the c r o w d ' o r iheV'i'i'i
whieh wedoubr. There's always ' W e r e „.s,„, the Siena game as an example because it's the \,v, ,,',
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give a Mood old-ia.shiomxl Bronx Cheer lor tl'ie e n n u i
And \.,u .<.
Tony r-,,..
Cur- ,IlA' I" " ,H ws ll ll f vt e a m
"Operation Petticoat" T.mv
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I h e ralilor-iu Chief and the
Managing editor are happv tn
a n n o u n c e Hie sale uf; I case of
Nt)l)<i/. Mottle's (empty) and i
cases uf Tranquilizers Bottles.
Contact II. Libous or H. (iebh a i d t i-/o Matawan, N. V.
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SA elections, l.iwer Draper
1 00 HID President Hamilton's scheduled arrival.
St. Valentine's Day
SUNDAY
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HAVE
Telephone Sales
Cole ii in
T h e main topic of S e n a t e discussion this week was t h e Rivalry Bill.
Since it was to be voted on, t h e bill
was read topic by topic and discussion followed. I t took an hour and
a half t o iron out t h e vocabulary
and of course a s alwaj's traditions
played an i m p o r t a n t part. " W h a t is
I. S.C. Dignifies
Pledge Week
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College Calendar
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tradition but traditional." T h e problems were finally solved t h a n k s to
the few capable and attentive people. T h e bill was then voted on and
passed unanimously.
How can a S e n a t o r review a bill,
and also p a i n t and paste a t t h e
same time?
Due t o a n u n d e r e s t i m a t e of last
years budget, Pedagogue asked for
a line transfer to make up t h e d e ficit. Thi.s years income and t h e two
h u n d r e d and twenty dollars from
the conference line should take care
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Fr:itern ties
11.111 o p e .
of the photography bill. Pedagogue
detto 62, co-chairmen, a n n o u n c e . . . , , . ? .
Preliminary elections for Campus did not request extra money. T h e
t h a t the waiters and drivers party
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Joerg Demus is considered a leadtor those who worked at Formal
M'"1' M 1 e
60 P i e s d e n t a n - i n g e x p o n e n t 0 f t h e music of Bach King completed last Friday, result- vote again was unanimously passed.
D i n n e r will be held at 8::iU p.m. to- u ' s | t u , ' '' ",' l o t t . , n « , ' ) 1 « 1 " ^ and S c h u m a n n , but plays equally ed in t h e election of the following
Tickets for D & A productions as
night. The theme is 'Come With Us J ,'
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" the b r a h e r h o o d w e U t h e m u s i c o f D e b u i s y } a I l d ' o l h e y r Seniors as finalists: J a c k Anderson. well as those for Music Council will
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a well-balancedT T representation David F e l d m a n , Charles Fowler, be m a d e available to S t a t e College
Casb,lh
Eddy '61.Sophoniores. and Raymond fbe
Sigma
Sigma
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Cooper.
a d ithese
n g c ocomposers,
m b e r s . His
program mwill
of
including
a n y Robert Helwig, Paul Hooker and Students and Facuty three days beHay
Smith
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is
'liairman
for
Phillip S h e p h e r d .
Sheila Eckhaus '60. President, anfore they go on sale for outsiders.
popular favorites.
the
i'raternitv's
State
Fair
Booth.
Crowning'
nounces that Susan Blank '(12 was
A phone will be installed for the
T h e Demus concert here is a part
C o - c h a i r m e n of S t a t e F a i r this use of area residents. They can call
initiated into the sororilv on Monof a nationwide tour which includes year, Camie Everett and Louis Wol- up and request tickets for S t a t e
day.
approximately fifty cities in t h ener, Juniors, a n n o u n c e t h a t final College productions. These suggesDoris Sondak '<i2. was r ecently MerfS
COUnCII
United S t a t e s a n d Canada.
voting will take place a t S t a t e Fair, tions were referred t o committee.
appointed a s c h a i r m a n for S t a t e
February 27, t h r o u g h t h e use of T h e resignation of t h e C h a i r m a n
Fair.
money as ballots. T h e C a m p u s King of Election Commission was a n nnation
concerning
tickets will be crowned that same evening nounced. To be a member of ElecG a m m a K a p p a Phi
will be a n n o u n c e d a t a later date by C a m p u s Queen, Ann Fleming '60. tion Commission one must be free
Marry Van Leiiven '60 announces
in the News.
that an open house for oil-campus
from all politics. If t h e person who
resigns does not get elected to office
men will be held on Saturday from
he may then be reinstated if Senate
8-1) p.m.
A Men's Dormitory Association
approves.
Beta / e t a
Exectilm Council was formed in
A Camp meeting, with Dr. Smith
Slulley Griiber a n d Mary Lou order t-n determine the eeneral dorm
the C a m p Consultant was held last
Pressn k. S iphomores. were recent- • ,:K-\ ,.,,.,! |,, plan and carry out
week. He talked with pro and con
ly pledued, announces Phyllis Mai- J,](, ,
program
It lias been announced t h a t try- groups to get an idea of the students
Ion 'CO President.
Ily KKN TAYLOR
outs for the two one-act plays to thoughts on C a m p Dippikill. Some
T h e Council is composed of the
be presented by t h e class in a d -time mis Spring Dr. Smith will preOur cafeteria, a s some of you
dorm president., secretary-treasurer.
vanced d r a m a t i c s will be held in sent hfs recommendations for t h e
and mii' vice-prc idents. elected by doubtlessly are aware, tends to beDraper 349 and Draper 201 on Mon- camp in terms of its educational
somewhat split into various ethnic day from 3 to 5 p.m. However, on value. Tire ultimate fate of our c a m p
the residents.
groups. It's frightening, you know. Tuesday the tryouts will commence ol course lies in our hands.
Executive Council is authorized I m e a n think of t h e emotional at 7:30 p.m.. according to Freyda
Senators and visitors heard some
by the Men's Hall Constitution t o t r a u m a s t h a t could develop from Craw 61. director.
facts about the budget.. I i is r u n ISC officially a n n o u n c e s t h e fol- t.ake whatever action i t deems nee- sitting at three different tables for Plays
ning smoothly a n d we still have
low in-; c h a n g e , in the procedure for essary to insure t h a t t h e House three .separate meals . . . in the same
The advanced d r a m a t i c s class is eight thousand dollars in surplus.
lla
hell week, which will be held F e b - Hides a r e compiled with and of- >' ' T h a t distraught, young man i nder t h e instruction of J a r k a
ruiiry 21) through March 3, these fenders punished. Offenders are > " " SI'L' hurtling through the halls liurian. Assistant Professor of Engchanges having been made with the ) / l l t o n Social Restriction t C a m - i s n ' t i n iL m a r a t h o n . He's on his lish. One of the plays to b e cast
i n t u i t i o n ol making the entire a t - n U S edi from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. F r i - w u - v ' " his locker. He forgot his is T h e Unsatisfactory Supper by
mo.sphere of hell week more digni- c i a y
Saturday
a n d Sunday. A <'hurtreu.se jacket. That's terrible Tennessess Williams. T h e T e n n e s fled.
Social Restriction i s given only t o I menu, what can he identify him- see William's play will be u n d e r the
direction of Miss Craw. T h e other,
those residents who willfully des- self with? i
1. Pledges are not to be required .
, ,.
,
,
,
Aria d a Capo by Edna St. Vincent
trov or
eface d o r m , I (
Just
lhink
v h a t
would
hi , )(
to perform or dress d e g r a d i n g , ^
'
n ,
" l "
Millay is u n d e r the direction of J o h n
ly in school or at the s t u d e n t « issued by any counselor or D a v d Y l ) l l k n o w . e i , , h l 0 . d o c k M o n d
Griffin '61. Copies of t h e plays have
Union.
I r e h a r n e , Director oi M e n s Hall. , „ , „ . „ , „ . v o u d o l V t U l j n k w l U l y o u r been placed o n reserve in t h e
2. Pledge duties will be limited to T ( ) c , i m , o u t d c n u functions, two L l s U a l P'-^'eption and you wander Library for those who wish to obtain
into the wrong room and sit down at
the State College Campus.
s t a n d i n g committees h a v e been set tlic wrong table. You take the first t h e m before the scheduled tryouts
:!
H'stei's a r e not to e n d a n g e r , ,,„. a t h l e t l c a n d s o c i a i activities, sip of coffee and open your eyes
pletlge • physically or mentally
Unit vice-presidents for 1959-60
• '"Hi see .stranger.-,. You're surno hell night.
are Ronald Crowell '61, and K e n - rounded . . you give the password
T h e Council hopes that t h e sub- | 1 ( l | l l B L , l l i m t o n l i Gerald Blair, H e n - • • • nothing h a p p e n s . . . horrible.
stit in ion Ml more conslructive duties n , vA'eavcr David Nichols, Richard v " " think, "Maybe il I act like I
Greet Your Sweet
for t h e humiliating activities will [<,„., ls( 'n freshman, a n d ' Richard belong." You I in,illy escape. Easing
v 111 u ; l
v(iur
m a k e possible belter relations bulb \\',,ii nul David Reed St phomoi'es • " '
- """ .
L ' n i l i a r sent at
within and between s o r o n t i i s
'
your linrinal table you say, "You
_
_
know this inurning the oddest thing
11 hile Eating u Treat
Happened.
Some cooperallM' a r l u i t l e , su_cjested b\ ISC.' a r e lac elll I ing Ihe
Con,ne in-, a.vsisl ills' v. lib I lie laelllU
sh w lor Slai e Fair, counting money
lor I lie Campus Kill" i led lull, alio
working "ii S l a t e Fan boosters.
A.'..Meni'.i dales foi events u p In Ticket
lor the Stair
College
lorinal mill.iti HI aie
T h e a t r e production of The Queen
and the Kebels bv Ugo Betti and
I in Him, o| I,, II |, t i c and hell directed bv Dr J a r k a H u n a n , AsSchool teachers, l o r both t h e
n i l i i ..ie I . be iii.i.lined to .,,„.,;,,,, Professor ol EnglLh. will go e l e i n e i i u n a n d secondary grades.
: n
Fraternity Jewelry
Dunn,i Harris (III b\ twelve n i ,,,, v , i e on February 12 1960 in the ' ' " ( ' ( l t ' t l ' " schools which t h e
Anllv
mi Weiliie.sd ,v. F e b n n r v 24.
I ower peristyle
'
"D'-rates l o r children ol Us
Badges, Steins, Rings
:• P l e d ' , , , in.,', pi, k up Hie lull
milium
a n d civilian
employees
jrltei
in Uu indent ill il on l'i 11• ,ianailees will run lrom Feb- overseas. The Arim is recruiting
Jewelry, Gifts, Favors
Kebriiar, 20 alter 9 a.ui
i r a r v 19 through 27 ill Ihe Little teachers now for the 1960-01 school
Stationery, Programs
in!,,no i inn i.ii mii will be lied T h e a t r e . Richardson 291 No .student year in Germany, France. Italy.
:(
Club Pins, Keys
.a, '| i.a, -,,,,,,. Mii n :|
t a x aiiinis ions will be allowed on J a p a n , Okinawa and Korea,
I Formal m i l i a l i u i " I I be S u n - F e b r u a r . 27 becau.se ol coiillict with
Medals,
Trophies
,,
... , , ...
Sttiiie vacancies also exis m h e
i , i \ M.i I T i
S l a t e I- a l l
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same countries lor school librarians,
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Ir.iliw personnel
Syracuse 10, New York
I 11" general qliallllcal lolls include
.1 ba lielors degree, with 1H sellies(;ii 5-7S37
:i7 Western Ave.
Albany, N. V.
lei hours credit in education courses
Phone
(i-3(Jio
and two years ol teaching experiCarl Sorenson, IMgr.
i nee Applicants must be between
the ages ol 2ii and 60, and must be
currenlly employed in the teaching
Held or in furthering their professional education.
Determines New Ticrn^.
Dorm's Policy
Remember! Now its up to you. Vote and Vote Wisely. <'"
I960
Joerg Demus to
Present Concert Senate Alters Rivalry Bill
In Page Feb. 25 Transfers Ped Budget Line
U p p e r c l a s s m e n initiations and
Duo to fraternity bid sessions on
M m l / > Cmlni>a
in n r m l r f t n nrespnt
open-houses highlight t h e news in Sunday, open house has been c a n - j™?%?™
pianist a t its orthGreek row lor this week.
celled
Jt'crg " t m u s , pmnisi,, at, n s iori,n
coming concert Thursday, February
Sororities
Sigma Alpha
25 a t Page Hall.
K a p p a Delta
Donnalee Anderson '60 President
D e m u s has been called the "most
An open house for S t n t o m e n will announces t h a t Janice Gibson and
, t i a n i s t o fm e
.
be held tonight lrom 9-12 pmi a n - , o. ce Haddaway, Sophomores, were cmtionJ
hy P a r i s c r i t i c s u p o n h l s
nounccs Nancy McGowan GO, Presi- n u t a t e d a s members on Monday d e b u t there. I n 1958 h e was awarded
C1C11D
, t
,
, , , , , , , . ,
t h e H a r r i e t Cohen Golden Bach
Psi G a m m a
at Cen r s " " ' " " " ' ^ ' i e l d t 0 m 8 h t M e d a l a » d ^
^
well-received
Sally Van Scoy 'GO, and P a t Bene- „ (
,'.'
g L ^ U l l l t e d S t ( l t e S a S W e " Mi n
We are confident that by careful decisions on your shi " • •• embark upon a singing
part. Student Government and class organization will C™™™1 I T ?
[™7TT
have a successful year.
FRIDAY, F E B R U A R Y 12,
Senate:
\VQTETODAY
The candidates you are voting for in this election will at thc New Dini Room (We don,t
be the leaders of your school. Will you be proud to have wnnt t0 say nnythin . but what
them represent you? Remember, this representation will h a p p e n e c | t0 the flnger it wns 0n?i
not be confined to the realms of State College.
' thlU if one more election post .
er is nun on the alread
Your selection of leaders must be those you will be walIs
=
>' C1'eaklns
of lower Draper the resultin
satisfied with for the next year—not those whom you will crash wU1
'
s
become annoyed with and will ridicule after a few short
- ^ comparison, make
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r
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S
< UMl'AN'Y
A
MINIMUM
iil'lli'l'
1'AKI
I'AIH
Salaries .start a t $415 a month.
Relit-free living quarters are furnished, tir. where not available, a
housing allowance is paid.
Free
t r a n s p o r t a t i o n overseas and return
is provided. The tour of duty is one
year.
CAMP COUNSELLOR OPENINGS
FOR FACULTY, STUDENTS AND GRADUATES
THE ASSOCIATION OF PRIVATE CAMPS
. comprising 350 outstanding Boys, (iirls, Brother-Sister a n d
l'o-Ed ( a m p s , located throughout the New England, Middle Atlantic States and C a n a d a
. .INVITES VOU It I N Q U I R I E S concerning s u m m e r employment
as Counsellors, I n s t r u c t o r s or Administrators.
. . . P O S I T I O N S in children's camps, in all areas of activities, a r e
available.
To assure consideration for t h e
coming school year, inquiry regardi n ; application procedure should be
m a d e immediately to the personnel
olllce of t h e Corps of Engineers'
Write, Phone, or Call in Person
Eastern Ocean District at 34<i Broad55 West 42nd Street
OX 5-2656
New York 36, N. Y.
way, New York 13, N. Y.
Association of Private Camps - Dept. C
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STATE C O L L E G E N E W S FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, I 9 6 0
STATE COLLEGE NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1 9 6 0
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Senate
Sweepings
Inauguration to AAyskania...
Be Held Feb. 20
Myskania Recommendations
(Continued from Page i, Column 2)
Barbara
Libous—Editor-in-Chief.
State College News; (3); Associate
Editor: (2); Desk Editor: ( 1 ) ; C o Editor Freshman Handbook: ( 3 ) ;
Freshman Weekend Counselor a n d
Treasurer: (3); Senate: (3); J u n i o r
Prom Band Committee C h a i r m a n :
i3>; I n t r a m u r a l s : (1, 2, 3 ) ; Rivalry:
(1, 2).
PAGE
Foreign Ambassador Applications Open
sociate E d i t o r : ( 2 ) ; Junior Class
P r o m P r o g r a m C o - C h a i r m a n : <3i;
S t a t e College R e v u e : (3); State
College News: ( 3 ) .
By t h e J a n i t o r
Friday, Saturday a n d Sunday,
, _
. . . . . February 19 through 21, will m a r k
F r a n F l e c k — All - College RevuoSo m a n y people a t Senate Wed- I n n U BMU r ( l ] weekend at State Colil, 2, 3 ) ; M U D S k i t : (1, 2); Chornesday nite! W e t h o u g h t we'd come ,
alettes: (1, 2, 3 ) ; All-College Reinto (by mistake of course) one of b '
ception: (2, 3 ) ; Sophomore Skit:
t h e local "Sally" soup kitchens.
Friday night the class banquets
(2); M u L a m b d a A l p h a : (3); Revue
W h e n ceffee a n d doughnuts weren't w n j ^o held, and Saturday, inaugSkit C o m m i t t e e : ( 3 ) ; Alpha Epsilforthcoming we came to t h e reall- u r a t l o n ceremonies will fake place,
o n : (3).
zation t h a t a S e n a t e meeting was in Robert Helwlg 'CO, President of SA,
J
o
h
n
Lucas—Minister
of
C
u
l
t
u
r
e
:
progress. Seems t h e r e were lots of a n c l R, n oda Levin 'GO, Cabinet MinB r i a n Gifford — Moving Up Da;
(3); Dramatics a n d A r t Council:
aspiring S e n a t o r s in attendance.
l s t e r o f special Days, will preside
il, 2, 3 ) ; State College Review: 1, C h a i r m a n : (2); Vice-President of
And before we go any further let over the ceremonies. Student Asso2, 3); M.U.D.: (1, 2 ) ; Rivalry Skits: Sayles H a l l : ( 3 ) ; Assistant Cabinet
it be known t h a t the word apathy elation officers for next year will
(1, 2); PI G a m m a M u : (3); S t u - Minister: (3); F r o s h Weekend
shall be stricken from t h e vocabu- bo presented, Myskanla will be t a p dent Education Association of N. Y. Counselor: (3); Student, Guides
lary of t h e " J a n i t o r " . There was in ped, ancl class officers and Senate
(3); P a r l i a m e n t a r i a n for the Mocka t t e n d a n c e a t t h e meeting a per- representatives will be announced. S t a t e : (2, 3); Stage Manager of United Nations connected with ForS
t
a
t
e
College
T
h
e
a
t
r
e
:
(1,
2
)
.
son ( a n d a Soph a t t h a t ! ) who was
um of Politics: (3).
SUSAN BYRON
not (gaspI) a candidate in the Inaugural Ball
Louise Tornatore—Rivalry: ( 1 , 2 ) :
forthcoming election.
Paul Harris—Homecoming ComSaturday night the Inaugural Frosh, Soph Skits: (1, 2 ) ; M.U.D.
Sue J a m e s continually outwitted Ball will bo held from 9 to 1 in Skit: (2); S. A. P a r l i a m e n t a r i a n : m i t t e e : ( 2 ) ; F r o s h C a m p Counsel
( 2 ) ; Business
Manager of
everyone with h er h u m o r o u s the Alden-Men's Hall dining room. (2); Cabinet Minister of Sororities: or:
IContinued from Page 1,
Columns) "boners". First of all, t h e question Bids for the ball may ge picked up i.3i; Treasurer of I.8.C.: (3); All Pedagogue: (3); Student, Guides
interest a n d desire to serve t h e stu- came up w h e t h e r or not, freshman daily from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in lower College Revue; C o - C h a i r m a n of (2, 3 ) ; Rivalry C o m m i t t e e : (1, 2i;
class meetings of t h e Rivalry period Husted, announces Janice G r a h a m Arrangements Committee of J u n i o r C h a i r m a n of Softball a n d Pushd e n t body.
should be m a d e compulsory. Then
ball: (2); I n t r a m u r a l Sports: '1
Chairman of t h e week- Prom Weekend.
T h e r e are certain changes a n d im- t h e word compulsory was hashed '60, General
2, 3 ) ; Varsity C l u b : (2).
end
G1 ,
attendi
the bal] wi„
provements I would like to see take
Lou Wolner—J.V. Soccer: (1, 2 ) ;
f . r to
^ leave
l T It
W in, on
r
±
S be granted 2 o'clock l a t e permission.
place on this campus in t h e near Z
decided
several
Varsity: (3); Tennis: (1, 2 ) ; A.M.- Gary J a d w i n — Commerce Club
Music
will
be
provided
by
Bernie
future.
stipulations.
Class T r e a s u r e r : ( 3 i ; Intramural
Collins a n d his orchestra. Favors f.A. Treasurer: (2); Milne J . V .
S p o r t s : (1, 2, 3 ) ; J u n i o r Prom ArBasketball
Coach:
(2);
Rivalry
T
h
e
usual
bit
about
n
a
m
e
tags,
will
be
given
out
a
n
d
refreshments
Committee Work
beanies, fun days, etc. was okayed, will bo served. Bids will not be r e - Basketball Captain; C l a s s Vice- r a n g e m e n t s C o m m i t t e e : i3>.
I am in favor of more effective penalties for infractions would be quired for admittance to the dance. President: (2); President Saylcs
Sylyia Juriga—Rivalry Cheerleause of Senate sub-committees, By inforced by t h e court.
Hall: (3); State Fair C o - C h a i r m a n :
d e r : (1); Varsity Cheerleader: i2>
having t h e committees do much of
131;
Honoray
Co-Captain
Soccer:
Jazz
Concert
Section.-, a,b,2a,2b, — continued to
Womens Athletic Association; C«>t h e discussion t h a t takes place on confuse t h e s e n a t o r s b u t Sue James
C h a i r m a n of J u n i o r P r o m : i.'ii.
the Senate floor, m u c h time c a n be came up with the solution—an a s On Sunday there will be a jazz
Other Myskania candidates i n saved.
terisk! . . . decided: next year it concert in Brubacher lower lounge, hide:
Gail K a s p a r i a n — C l a s s Sccrei.tr,
will
be the d u t y of "frosh" coun- from 3:30 to 6 p.m., featuring the
il. 2, 3 ) ; B r u b a c h e r Songleadt i
Improvement Communications
Sandra Dieter — Rivalry: (1, 2 ) ;
selors to familiarize their groups Riverboat Jazz Band from Dale's.
i2); D e b a t e T e a m for Freshman
I would like to see each group with traditions of S t a t e College . . .
Sophomore Skit: (2,i; S e n a t e : (2,
Rivalry; Publicity for Stole Colic
house a n d dormitory receive m i n - Then came the hail of inquiries con3>; Sophomore banquet committee:
Revue: (2); Publicity for Election.,
utes and agendas of Senate a n d cerning, just " w h a t are traditions?".
121; F r o s h Weekend Counselor:
i.'i); English Evening Commit),,
Cabinet meetings. This would help Again Sue c a m e through with the
i3t; Senate Services Committee:
'2, ,'H.
to improve the communications s t a t e m e n t ; a n d we "quote", "You
(2); College Camp Committee: (3);
problem h e r e a t State.
Who's Who C h a i r m a n : (3).
can't legislate on tradition" . . .
Margaret Kropac — Rivalry: >]
brilliant deduction . . . anyway, it
2); Outing Club I n t r a m u r a l : ; :-' :
Medical Improvement
Harry Deixler ••- Assistant Editor
was passed 20 to 2, whatever t h a t
( a s s Newspaper: (1, 2); S t u d e n t d e n t G u i d e : 11, 2, ,'ii: r.S.C: i2. ::
I would also like to see t h e Sen- means.
Education Association: (2i, Vice- Directory: (3 >; C a n i n e s Coinin:
ate Service Committee investigate
It was also decided t h a t each class
President; of SEANYS (3); Class sion: Smiles: J u n i o r Week, a
carefully t h e possibilities of improv- must publish a newspaper every
Hunter College in New York City Parliamentarian: i.'ji;
S t u d e n t C o m m i t t e e : (3).
ing t h e medical facilities on our week during t h e Rivalry period . . . will act as host to undergradoate
Guides:
I
2
I
;
Rivalrj
C
h
a
i
r
man: I 3 I ;
campus.
Jack Lewis—State College NYvjudged on journalistic a n d now science students from some 551) in- S.A. Parliamentark n : i3>: Programs
Sports Editor: ( D ; {Capital Ka
literary accomplishments. (Incident- stitutions of higher learning at the State College Revue: i3).
Presidential Support
ally, both papers m u s t surpass the Fourt enth Annual Eastern Colleges
crs:
(2); S t u d e n t
S e n a t e : '3
In closing, I would like to add efforts of this year's Soph paper. Sciei.ce Conference. T h e Conference
Virginia Dehnert Student guides; Varsity W r e s t l i n g : H i ; Iniramui <
t h a t no m a t t e r which of t h e three Note: no criticism of t h e "frosh" will be held frim April ~3-;JO.
il. - ' : Frosh weekend counselor: •sports: (1, 2, 3 i ; P a r e n t s ' D.iv r
Presidential candidates is elected. 1 gazette.)
i2,
3>; chairman Homecoming Week- C h a i r m a n : ' 3 ) .
Its purpose is to provide a mewill do my utmost to give h i m t h e
Miscellaneous funds were proposed
end:
i:ji; Chairman to. unties for
s u p p o r t a n d help t h a t he needs.
for ropes, etc., for Rivalry . . . also, dium lor the exchange of scientific revue: i3i; Rivalry events; 11, 2); Francis L i s t e n — P a r e n t s Day :>•'.'
information
through
the
presentaPublicity H o m e c o m i n g : (2); Pan
the Pedagogue only went $300 over t i o n o l s t
Udent papers. Premising Homecoming Committee; >2>; Cos- city J u n i o r P r o m : (3); Sets SCI'
their budget . . . score $220.99 in
t r a n s f e r a b l e funds l o r " t h e " worthy undergraduates have a n opportunity tume Committee for Myskania float: '2, 3 i : S t u d e n t Activities Comnn'
to present their own research retee: (2).
organization.
/Continued from Page 1, Column 3>
Next week: Fowler makes recom- sults in the following field..: Biology
Tony O'Onofrio — F r o s h C a m p
Mathematics.
Chemistry,
Geology!
Lillian Mullen—R i v al r y Songwork and progress in s t u d e n t gov- mendations on J a n u a r y to J a n u a r y Astrinomy, Physics. Psychology, and Counselor: (3>; State College R e leader: <1, 2 ) ; Rivalry Skit: i I, 2>
elections. Lots of luck.
u
e
w
:
12,
3);
D
and
A
Council:
i2);
ernment.
Bacteriology.
Slate College Theatres; AMIA I n - Smiles: (1); S t u d e n t Guide: i !.::•
Chorus (1,2);
Frosh
Weeken.;
Specific Aims
The program is arranged to pro- tel murals: i2, 3); S e n a t e : (2>; Co- Songleader: (2,3);
Rivalr.v Com
Representation
C
mnnon-Stater
Writer:
Uji.
vide an opportunity tor personal
miitee: ( 3 i ; K a n g a r o o Court: '.I
It is my feeling t h a t t h e present (Continued from Page 1, Column ',t contact with other students, faculty
Donald D o n a t o — President of ISC: (3).
system of representation to Senate
J e a n Tuley, Dale Van E,ip>. Mark and eminent leaders in the various Class: (3); Senator: (2); S t a t e
is n o t the most effective m e t h o d to
Peg Rollins—Kappa Nil Epsilon
Wiesenberg, Jill Weitz ,nui Patricia fields of sciences. An address of College Revue: (2); Varsity Basebe h a d . If Senate is to represent a
major significance is usually deliv- ball: (1); S t a t e s m a n : ( D ; Mixed (3); Alpha Epsilon: r31; Prop ("<:< •
Woineski.
true majority of the college's stuered
by
a
n
outstanding
scientific
Chorus: (1, 3); Frosh Weekend S t a t e College R e v u e : (3).
Class Of 1901 Officers
dents, I firmly belive t h a t a system
Counselor and Dorm Director: (2,
Barry Diexler a n d I.out Wolner leader.
composed of a combination of
Diane Rosen—Treasurer I S C ; i 3 '
3).
are competing for t h e offict 1 Pres
Students wiio are interested in
group lioti.se ami a t - l a r g e representHomecoming: i l , 3 i ;
DiMribu'i'
ident. Camie Everett and Gary J a d the Conference should sea a facultj
ation Irom the classes should be
.lames V. Dougherty—R i v a 1 r y Education Club: i 2. 3 > Si Or t'i
win are t h e candidates for Vice- member in their respective departemployed in our government.
President, C a n d i d a t e s for the office ments.
header: (1); Class Senator: (2); ' 2 , 3 ) ; Frosh Newspaper: b ; Wo
of Secretary include: Diane Dark,
Vice-President of SA: (3); Sports terlude: i 3 ) ; Pi Omega I ' I : 'I'
Culture
S a n d r a Dieter, Rosalie
Fendick,
Editor of Pedagogue: (2, 3 i ; S t a t e
G a r y Sabin
R i v a 1 r \ \'.\< :.'
There is a definite need on this Joan Ferarri, Millicent Gerrich, SylCollege News Board: (2, 3); AMIA:
• '
c a m p u s for increased activity in via Jariga, a n d Gail K a s p a r i a n . Can' 1 , 2, 3); Student Guides; i2, 3 ) ; (1,2); Frosh Handbook Slall
I n t r a m u r a l s : i l,2,3i; 1 'i n.-.h ('<< .;
t h e field of culture. If we are to didates for t h e office of Treasurer
Frosh Week Counselor: (2, 3 ) ;
IContinued
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keep pace with other colleges a n d are J a m e s Clavell, Margaret K r o selor: i 2 , 3 i ; J.V. Basketball
S t u d e n t Services
universities in this country, we pac,
Lillian Menders, and Julie
Camie E. Everett — I n t r a m u r a l s '
.Mary J a n e S h e p li c r d Ko
Representatives on the F a m i l y ' 1 . 2, 3l; Rivalry: i l , 2i; Frosh
must provide a greater opportunity Kt'iner.
for all students in the a r e a of cul- Class Of l!)t>2 Officers
Committee of Academics, and the Camp Counselor; ( 3 I ; s t a t e Fair ('amp Counselor: ''J, :: • . Wona i
tural enjoyment.
Clifford Demorest, Robert Pollero Faculty Student Association would C o - C h a i r m a n : (3),
Al hlelic Association: <L' <. A' he '
and Daniel Schultz are competing e n h a n c e progress o| necessary comAdvisory Board: i 3 •; S, < i. •:., i v
Student-Faculty Cooperation
Rosalie Fendick Rivalry Cheerfor t h e office of President. John munication between [acuity and .stuI propose a n active S t u d e n t - Wallace is the only Vice-Presidential dents in ihe.se areas In general, I leader: IL',; Varsity C h e e r l e a d e r Board : i 3 i , S e n a l e : i ,'i * . t 'ha.i n
Faculty Committee composed of in- candidate. Mary A n n Cakleroiie and feel v.e should enhance student- '2, 3 i ; WAA Council and Publicity Senal.e Services Comniilicc
Director: i2, lii . WAA Column lor Si iitlcnl (luides: (2, 3 i .
formed students, faculty members Patricia Jones are the candidates
and administrators of the college. for Secretary. Doris Edelstem and faculty relationships. 1 his could be News: i2, 3 i ; Frosh Handbook AsThis committee would study a n d Bounce Scott a r e c a n d i d a t t s lor the done by coffee hours between deKonald Stewart
Vlce-I'n saa
partment • and the students within
discuss those problems which are office of Treasurer.
I F G : I 2 I ; President ol I )•'< ,
directly under the jurisdiction of Class Of UHi.'l Officers
that d e p a r t m e n t and then in other
('bairinan ol I lorinitory (,'uatli ,n.
t h e faculty a n d administration.
Donald Allen, William Burnett, activitle, such as Stale Fair and
S t a n l e , Condojani, Joseph I .a M o i l - Hie annual Christina
Chi 1st mas T r e e:
i 3i . Si a; :
parties for
( a m p Olppikill
ica, William M . C a r l l r . , ail
G a r y needy children in the Albany an a
Guides: I 2 , 3 I .
f1 am completely in favor of keep- Pcnfield are competing for
lice ol President. Candidates lor the
Harriet, S il t c I i f f c
SI ihlt I.
ing and developing C a m p Dippikill.
My qualifications lor tins oil ire
An open meeting of Hie Albany
Vice-Presidency include: Donald Al're prim ipally a knowledge ol ihc Club of the Socit |y ,,| Sigma Xi 1 iubles: 12, 3) ; Smile : i 1 i ; '"•• i'
I have been studying this problem len, Shirley Bowler, Harry H
Ize, disiiu I, responslbilil ies of govi n i .
for two years and let 1 that this is Richard Moore, J o a n Norton
" ' a l u m n i scientilk research fraler- C; v I2I ; President : > '••' : I- N < ' i
md
the right solution. T h e future looks Waller Peters. Tlio.se eompctln ; for incni. branches, pai I it ipalion in yn\- 1 I'VI will be h, id Thursday evening ('oinmissioii. (2, 3); 1,'iv all') ('• ••••
e r n m e n t on the .school a n a ,-hi.-,.,
bright for this college and a large, Secretary include: Deanna A ra- level, and participal ion in many •'' '1 P in , in Diaper 349.
mil tee: I 3 I ; Secretin v ('A I 1' ('oin
well-developed c a m p is going to be haui.son, Constance Culver, Barbara school activities: President ol Class
'3i; S l a t e Fair: i 1, :!. 3i . Kivab 'Ihc
college
and
the
.society
will
essential it we are ever to have a English, Marilyn Houghton, .Sharon '59-'tJ0, Senator '5tJ-'59, participation Jointly present the national Sigma i l , 2 i ; C a m p u s Night: >3>
P a r r and Sally Van Riper. Those
complete educational institution.
in the All College Revue, Varsity *i lecturer, Heinz A. Lowenslam,
r u n n i n g for Publicity Director are
Carl Van P a t t e n
Pi'esidenl "i
Baseball, Frosh Weekend (Dorm Di- 1 ro lessor oi Paleoecology a t the
J
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h
Johnson,
Cindy
Levine
and
Conclusion
rector), intramural sports, s t a t e s - California institute of Technology Methodist Student fellowship: o(
Susan
Thomas.
Candidates for
It is my fervent hope t h a t you Cheerleader a r e Rosalie DiGregarlo, men, Mixed Chorus, Rivalry Com- His illustrated lecture, "Skeletal Kepresentatn c In SI iitieiil i 'In isl lao
Properties and Paleoecology " will Association on Cabinet: i.'ii; Pubwill seriously consider my cjualiflca- Harold Hansen a n d Donna Wetsig. mittee, a n d Student Guides.
show how the study of the skeletal licity C h a i r m a n of Sayles Hall
lions a n d platform when you vote. T h o s e competing for Songleader are
I feel I a m qualified, willing, and
Open House: <2i; S t u d e n t Guide
X have the ability, Interest a n d J u d i t h Casey, Alice Dean, Irene Ec- able to assume the responsibilities remains ol prehistoric animals gives ' l o u r s : (2,3).
a clue to the earth's early environonomopoulus,
Elaine
Migho,
Walter
desire to curry out the duties of
of this office. I hope t h a t you will
ment, and the history of the changes
your S t u d e n t Association President. Peters and Gail Wackerow.
vote for me.
Brian
Viele
Transler
froii
m sea water.
Clarkson.
Applications a r e now open for
t h e 1960 Schenectady's Community
Ambassador. T h i s is a n opportunity for a 11 qualified resident's of
S c h e n e c t a d y County to represent
their community in such countries
as Greece, Poland, Israel a n d England,
T h e a i m of this Experiment in
I n t e r n a t i o n a l Living is "to help
clear a trail all m e n c a n travel
together towards m u t u a l respect."
T h e Ambassador a n d t h e group h e
or she represents benefit mutually
—the Ambassador, from his personal experience a n d the group
from his personal reiwrts to them.
Program
As a member of a group of t e n
Experimenters, t h e Ambassador will
live with families in a community
abroad.
He shares 'their routine
life; t h e entire experiment is one
of living "with o t h e r people not
merely a m o n g them."
With this in mind the plan originated ten years ago by t h e Experiment in co-operation w i t h t h e
Bureau of Adult Education of NewYork State D e p a r t m e n t of E d u c a tion.
Applications must be sent to Mrs.
Byron
5
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Wesley Meng, 54 Eastholm Road.
Schenectady, by March 1.
Requirements
Specific requirements for this
By ELAINE R O M A T O W S K I
position a r e those of being a resid e n t of Schenectady County and
T h e rolling snowball t h a t knocked candy for yourself (so who else will
between t h e ages of 18 a n d 35. I m the already rotted cement from r.uy it for you?) a n d e a t your h e a r t
p o r t a n t consideration is given to t h e
under the inter-fraternal foundation out. Which brings us back to t h a t
a p p l i c a n t ' s willingness to s h a r e his
seems to have hardened into a big ever-present cycle a n d back t o t h e
experience with various civic groups
black cannonball, becoming t h e shot fb'st p a r a g r a p h .
in Schenectady.
heard 'round \ ^ common world of
Expenses
State College. I h a d n ' t realized t h a t Pardon Me
T h e t r i p will be arranged through t h e age of m a r t y r s a n d masochists
If I'm being a bit too n a s t y t o the Experiment' in I n t e r n a t i o n a l was still very m u c h alive, b u t t h e day, you must excuse m e . W h o can
Living with t h e costs paid by the well-occupied cross in t h e Commons, be nice when even t h e elements a r e
Schenectady Ambassador
Project. overshadowed only by a triple-cross at their foulest. I ' m getting a little
elsewhere, makes t h e early C h r i s - tired of trodding t h r o u g h t h e seemtians seem like a m a t e u r s . T h e milk ingly sewerless streets of Albany,
has been spilt and wiped up, so why silently d a m n i n g t h e D e p a r t m e n t of
does the child insist on crying?
Public Works. I've often wondered
why Albany was built o n a hill.
Yes, "pettiness" sems to have r e - Now I know—so t h a t all t h e filth
placed " a p a t h y " (whoops! I've said could r u n downhill towards t h e river.
it again) as the basic philosophy of I guess it does, in m a n y ways.
one or two rather disorganized o r ganizations on campus. I t ' s comfort- Seriously, Now
ing, however, to note t h e h a n d Since I Imvc to take up about six
writing on t h e walls. True, It isn't more lines of space, I m a y as well
t h e most attractive wall-paper in break down a n d say something
the world, b u t it sure is spirited— worthwhile—like " G e t out a n d vote!
and the vintage year seems to be T h e school you save may be our
'63. As usual, t h e Frosh care enough own!"
to try their very best. I bow m y
head in admiration of their e n thusiasm a n d interest—and also in
memoriam for t h e loss of same
which will undoubtedly occur after
the dice have been east.
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I hope each of you are taking t h e
time to cast your "die". It's probably a tough decision to m a k e to
vote, or not to vole; whom to vote
for if you decide to vote. Ah, d e cisions, decisions . . . to wall for the
right one, to join to belong, to belong to the wrong one. or n o t to
belong. Just remember one tliinn,
whatever you do most I m p o r t a n t of
all. "to thine own self be true . . ,"
Hunter Hosts
April Meeting
Science Group
Well, well, I made a rhyme. Poetry
like that, reminds me of roses a n d
violets, and perfumes and laces, a n d
hearts and (lowers, and Valentine's
Day. Valentine's Day b a h . h u m bug I I i I'.s face it. s e n t i m e n t a l i t y
just isn't kosher anymore. T h i s is
the day of sarcasm, sick jokes a n d
contemporary cards. And t h e best
joke ol all i.s to buy a big box of
Foreign Fete
Held in Bru
T h e annual Foreign
Students
Nieht will be presented this year
on Wednesday, February 24, a t 8
p.m., in the Brubacher
Lower
Lounge. T h e evening h a s been coordinated by t h e Social Studies
Honorary Society with Elaine Zipper
'til. chairman.
T h e foreign students to speak
represent many different cultures.
Raphael Balgur will speak concerning Israel: K y u n ; E u n Hong, Korea;
Winifred S. Hyde, England: Timor
I. Kaseno. Indonesia, and Gloria C.
I,o. Free National China. All of t h e
Mud, nis are graduates. O t m a r Donnenbur.; 'C3, exchange s t u d e n t from
Austria, will also speak. C h a i r m a n ,
Miss Zipper 'Gl may be contacted a t
Alden Hall.
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STATE C O L L E G E NEWS
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1&60
Peds Battle Suffolk University, Oswego
At Page in Crucial Weekend Contests
Albany State's hoopsters, facing
a tough weekend schedule, t a k e on
Suffolk University tonight a n d powe r h o u s e Oswego tomorrow as the
h o m e season heads i n t o t h e final
stretch.
Suffolk is a new t e a m on the
Albany court scene, meeting the
Peds after taking o n Siena last
n i g h t on t h e I n d i a n s ' court.
T h e Oswego tilt should be a n
old story to Ped fans, who are used
to seeing h a r d - f o u g h t Oswego-Alb a n y scraps. An S R O crowd is expected for the i m p o r t a n t contest,
which will feature the long-awaited
clash between Don Cohen of S t a t e
a n d R o n Davis of Oswego.
Davis, Cohen Equal
Davis, m a t c h i n g Cohen's 6-foot-5
inch height, is currently bucketing
25 points per game. Cohen is scoring a t a 19.3 point clip, a n d hauling
down 18 rebounds.
T h e Peds will be out to win this
one. A win tomorrow night will be
a big factor in insuring the Peds
of a first devision b e r t h a t the
S t a t e University tourney a t Cortland, but coach Dick Sauers has
m a d e it clear t h a t such a win won't
be easy.
"We'll need our best efforts of
the season, both offensively and defensively," declared Sauers, "to beat
this team tomorrow night."
T h e Peds lost to Oswego twice last
season, once in regular season play
a n d again in the tourney. Davis
was the main thorn in the Peds'
side, scoring 33 in the t o u r n a m e n t
a n d 31 in the regular tilt.
Height Advantage
T h e Lakers will have the height
J o h n Wallace a n d Don Cohen battle for a rebound while J i m G r e e n e
a d v a n t a g e in the game tomorrow
night. T h e contest will also mark and Pat Spied look on. Action took place as S t a t e beat I'lica 84-56.
t h e a n n u a l Knick News Polio Fund
drive at S t a t e — the college con- 1(1 field iron's and five free throws. make defensive shifts to phm their
J u m p i n g ahead in the opening deadly outside shots.
tribution to a city-wide drive of
T h e Oneonta tilt followed t h e a n Knick News sport editor Charley minutes. Oneonta led at the end of
Young's instigation — and set the the quarter 16-8, before State, held nual excursion of Dick Sailers' quint
stage for the Peds home finale with to a pair of tree throws in the t j New York where, without the
first nine minutes, suddenly c a u g h t services ol J i m Greene, the Peds
New Britain Wednesday night.
fire to earn a 26-24 half time lead. split a pair of contests.
Oswego comes into the game with
From that point on the Peds
S t a t e dropped a 70-55 decision to
a win over highly regarded P i t t s NAIA t o u r n a m e n t hopeful Pratt, beb u r g h under its belt, but having lost never trailed.
to O n e o n t a early in t h e season.
Much of the credit for the win fore mopping up Brooklyn Poly,
O n e o n t a Beaten
m u s t fjo State's Hob Dzikowicz, who 74-50. Cohen took charge of the
T h e Peds defeated a revamped held Oneonta high scorer Fritz Bar- Perl attack.
O n e o n t a team 67-56, in Page gym ber to 3 points in t h e final 12
S l a t e has one more home contest
T u e s d a y n i g h t for their t e n t h win minutes, and Captain Denny J o h n - scheduled after the Oswego affair,
in 17 starts, with Don Cohen t a k - son who scored crucial field goals. meeting New Britain here Wednesing charge by scoring 25 points via
T h e pair also forced Oneonta to day night.
Have a real cigarette-have a CAMEL
Spying Sports
"Sick, Sick, Sick!"
By DAN LABEILXE
The rooty - toot - toots and the rummy - turn - turns
that echoed through Page gym the other night sort of
made our purple and gold duet look rather sick! I could
ask "Why can't we have a band like Oneonta's?" but t h a t
question would only be answered with hems and haws as
would the question "Why can't our basketball team get
new uniforms 9 "
Yes I do know that we do have a band (or at least
that's what some people call it) but the only time they're
put out on display is at homecoming — and even then,
their mis-steps arid mistakes make us wonder what the
lowest IQ requirement is for admittance into this institution!
*
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*
*
"Will the Pogos be bigger and better?" Well, a casual
glance at this season's roster makes it pretty obvious t h a t
even if they're not, they'll still be top men on the totem
pole! Don Nolan, acting captain of the championship softball team, announces the return of such stars as Hotpaw
Hickcy, Bouncing Burklc, and the appearance of new men,
such as Swifty Swiskey, infallible Davis, and many others.
••»
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For the benefit of the doubt, my intention in last
week's column, was, by use of a sarcastic remark, to
point out the following: it is definitely a bad policy to
schedule State Fair the same weekend as the Basketball
Tournament. Whatever possibilities there might have been
of attracting a crowd to the hoop tourney in Cortland is
now, practically an impossibility.
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Golf Anyone?
Two years ago, tennis was played on a club basis on
our campus. Last year this same sport reached a varsity
level under the direction of coach Hathaway. The success
ol the team was also credited to the expert playing of
captain Bob Kampf and most valuable player Ed Vesneski
This is a new year and we are in need of a new sport. On
campus there are a number of students who have an
interest in the Ben Hogan world, so why not put it into
use.
If AA board is going to consider any new sport I
would suggest to them this "swinging" sport. Let's get
out t h a t mashie and before vou know it vou'll all be
yelling "Fore"!
Swim Facilities Available
Make Most of Your Choice
By HO FENDIC'K
Last year when swimming privileges were discontinued
because ol poor attendance, there were several inquiries
made to council and Miss Johnston as to when these privileges would be resumed. Where are all the inquirers who
prolesscdI such great interest in the continuation of the
sport.' Several appeals have come to you (swimmin"
enthusiasts) through this column to take advantage ol
his privilege sponsored by WAA since last semester Attendance has been and still is poor. Should the privilege
be taken away on this basis'.' Interest in swimmimseemed to l)o great in the last meetng, If attendance
doesn improve, Council will be forced to drop swimmim.
mm Us program to prevent unnecessary draining of the
Ity .1. v. i».
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Garciamen Meet FDU;
Best Title Race Ever Seen «n League: Beat Brookiyn Pojy Tech
Goobers, Spooks, SLS Move Forward
By GARY
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I-'i<••-1111L;IIJ Joe I'liuliJda won 111" Wednesday League:
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liruliaeher Hall
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Standings for basketball to date
«uii pinned in ihe first period
T h e Peds did a line joh of frouncing Tuesday League:
liriihaclicr Hull I
" " ' " m ' o n i a "JV" . . . The S a u c r s G u m m a Kappa I'ln
meii are preparing hard for the
Beta Zetu
t n i i h e n n u n g S t a t e University T o u r Hrubacher [|
Ahlen Hull
w i t h d r a w n from the hoop team to T h u w t e v
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n a p p y Valentine's Day
When Albany S t a t e ' s wrestlers
invade Teaneck, N. J. tomorrow,
for a m a t c h with Farleigh Dickinson University, they will be looking
for their second t r i u m p h within a
week.
PEVFIELD
ments. Although h e h a d no h i g h
school experience, h e h a s tallied
goals a g a i n s t t o u g h competition.
As a wrestler, h e h a s improved
tremendously a n d after losing a
m a t c h a t C o r t l a n d by o n e point,
Goobers Smash Potter:
The Goobers A. C. remained in contention in the first league by defeating an undern a s bea ten grappiers from RPI,
manned Potter team 55-37. Don Nolan led a well balanced Goober attack with 14 The y captured their f i r s t last c w P o s t , oneonta, and occc to
points while Pat Shields and Chuck Pegan added 12 apiece. Playing with only four men, f y n^ A n l ^^ b ?„Jtch B htehuSted a c c u m u l a t e a t o t a l of 19 p o l n t s '
Potter stayed close for the first half and trailed only by five points, 21-16, at interims- by excellent wrestling.
Dusanenko, freshman heavysion.
weight who trails Woytowich by 1
The Goobers taking advantage of an occasional freshman, ran away from the Club
in the Second half as John Rath and Earl Shiner joined the attack and cleared both
back-boards. Lynn Western took individual scoring honors with 17 and, along with
Bill Hernkind, battled for rebounds. Ray Haver, scoring on long one handers, added 12
points in the losing cause. Aggressive Lou Lucidi played an outstanding floor game
for the Goobers before fouling out late in the game. The Goobers now sport a 3 wins
2 loss record.
Potter Sweeps Second League:
Last week the second league title was taken by a
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undefeated by rolling over the entire league with the ex- Each year, the Albany Knickerception of the Spartans whom they subsequently subdued b ''"'"' r . ^!M'VS' ""'"u,,1h , ^""'tinB
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Ellis usually wrestles 177 pounds.
in its fifth year of operation. T h e
sport, on a club basis for several
y p a r s , achieved varsity s t a t u s In t h e
1955-56 season when in a n eight
m e e t season they gained a 5-3 record,
Wednesday, the Peds dropped
their fifth m a t c h of t h e season by
a 29-3 score. Albany's 123 pound
Lou Diolsi, by winning the first d e cision of the meet as he defeated
D a r t m o u t h ' s Mike Duffy in a h a r d
In 1956-57, t h e grappiers enjoyed
event-, in the area, conducts a drive fought m a t c h , showed up as one a b a n n e r year with T o m Parrell
[„ provide aid to those afflicted of the most improved wrestlers of leading t h e m to a 7-2-1 record with
the year. He is from W a n t a g h , Long a perfect season. T h e one tie was
with polio.
with Oswego.
For many seasons Albany S t a t e Island.
Pete "Tiger'' Savarie l™™-°»^
COUld a l w a y s b e c o u n t e d u p o n t o c l e a r t h e b o a r d s o r g a m
p o s s e s s i o n Of t h e b a l l t h r o u g h h i s s c r a p p y a g g r e s s i v e p l a y .
^ I f f i a J ? iSto d A t K 3 S ffal i T ' L ' a e S s l l h f f X s t
O'Connor both earned quick pins potential, having the perfect phyto pace the 20-18 win, and Tom En- s i ca i and m e n t a l equipment re";seSsiTC0.showinle ^/^n'^exhibitimi q u i r e d f o r b e c o m i n g a g o o d w r e s t "
mn^ci^wheiTh^ gamed a^decision ler '
over his heavyweight opponent. Varsity grappling at state is now
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A n o t h e r f a c t o r 111 w r e d l u u , you will be asked to do Hawks came t h r o u g h in fine style beaten ill t h e 157 pound class. T h e
t h e d e p e n d a b i l i t y Of i t s p o w e r f u l what you can to help tliis drive
exhibition m a t c h e s .
final record was 7-3. T h a t was t h e
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bench strength consisting of Tony "Soft Set" Dimperio,
Charles Young and his stmf have
Spooks
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Led by Doug and Gary Penfield,
who scored 34 points between them,
the Spooks downed Kl) by a score
of (n-5'i. Doug Penlield Was hiah
T h e r e is a rumor on campus that
man for the Spooks with 21 points i
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while Pele Rogers took defensive
Kim', players m the u n i o n
honors for Ihe evening.
would hav
ii numbered the s t a l e
J o h n Fckelnian was high for KH upporlers at the basketball came
wil.h 15 points and Dob S a n d s chip- a,'n,.Mla\ night
Is Ibis the lowest
ped in 13 for a losing cause.
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Half time score was 37-27 in lavor ( | d ' l h s o! a p a t h y or will S l a t e strive
of the Spooks. K B is now 2 and 3 for lower levels. Oneonta almost
on the season while the Spooks bent u^ on the spirit from their
chalked up their third win against ( n W ( |
( 1 , n . ( c , , | m h . | S (() w j n
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two losses,
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games bv themselves and should get
SLS nipped APA ill a close g a m e mere credit than they receive from
on S a t u r d a y afternoon at P a g e Gym. n,is s t u d i n t bod v.
T h e final score was 44-40. APA. down
nine points a t the half, m a d e a
Men's Hull may be playing the
spirited rally late in the game, and n . M ,,l their games without the
at one time were winning by a slim K ( ,,. v j ( ,, s ()f K ( | ( | j ( , B , . ( ) ( , m f i , , l d . , , „ j k
m a r g i n . However, t h e foul shooting
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of Bud Baker and Paul H a r r i s closed " u l l " 1 ' l h l ' I " M ' 1 S as a dark hoi se
the gap and cemented the game for in I lie new Commissioner's T o u r n a SLS.
ineiil. At the present, they are Ihe
l.oii Wolner was hi'-ih m a n for must improved team in t lie league
APA with 17 points. Pele Spina led
his team scoring with 20 points,
-pho upsets in the i n t r a m u r a l
while Bnrrv Jameson added H.
leamie continued this week
Men's.
Tills victory placed S L S in a ti • K H and Potter tasted defeat confor .second place ill the Firsl Lea- fusing Ihe league even inure
The
gue race.
loiirniiinenl should be real mtcresll.oscrs Sinn S L S :
me
Poller could be tough, if more
Lasl week the Losers handed SLS 111:11I four or five players showed lip
l.heir second league defeat ol Ihe .,, n,,. s; aine lime
season bv a score of 44-11. T h e star
ol | | l r game was Jim Oppedisatlo ol
M\ (|iiestion ol the week, Due.,
Ihe Losers who was Ihe outstanding S l a t e have only four eheerleadine
player in everj department
I ' d ' ' uniiorms a lack ol interest on Ihe
S p n i i p l i e d SLS With 24 points ill- pari of Ihe gilis. or is Page Hall's
though suffering 1 nun a badh in- plavme area lo small lor more than
jl l r ed i,,,,!
I wo i heii leaders at one I inn '.'
g ^ m u j - h tune a,,., effort I . this
is a job that is thankless most of
the time, save for the satisfaction
of seeing the good they have brought,
and a never ending job.
Qaliip. by Qui.
Varsity Diamondmen Open
Season A t Home In April
Varsity baseball. Willi the prospects
MI a winning season looming in Ihe
loregroiind, will gel under wa\ olliciall.v in m i d - M a r c h accordin
lo
e o . a h Hub Blll'linglUlie
A do/en or more leller winners
expect lo greel Ihelr new coach al
llial lline, Intl. Ihe ..pi'llle wealher
a n d a c h a n c e to gel on Ihe diamond
can I come soon enough lo . ml these
Ijaseball hounds.
I'riMlin ill Winners
Whal Ihe Peds Will do under HilliniMine remains a (|iieslioii Mill
line,,me who coached al SI J o h n s Villi- Central School III Ihe ( l l o . e r s Vlllc „,.,, has a repul.uioii lor llli'liin- mil winning ball d u b s in f a d ,
he had a peiuianl winner in his St
John,Mile S a n d s lor two seasons
helore S t a l e snapped llilll lip
Inaiigliraling the season against
Willnnaiilic on April 23, ihe diniiiundineii play 17 games in 211 days,
s e w n home d a l e s al Ulecd.er
W U|,
I h e April 23 season opener is the
hirst, ol these, and should be an
outstanding came as Slate seeks lo
a\eiu:e ., Iinal inning lo-.s lo Williiiiaulie lasl season
|.'i>l| \cine ihe opener S t i l e meet:
I'otsdinn, also at Itieii ker
H'rslcni SuiiiK
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u . s l c i n .wing lo liroekpoii lm- a
n \ m | j | | | i h e r c a u d llieil l o l ( , i l i c s ler In lllilte o| lei luiol.ig\ lor a
single , nlesl
S l a t e . Is,, meets
'ollt.l, I'l.Ulsbuieh I'lica and New I'all./ ill home
e.miosis
'Ihe e h a t u a s ol a winilllli: sea oil
a n hi I hi lor Stale tin
p n n e Willi
lour hitlers over :t(i(i in Ihe lineup
and .. surplus ol i d u n limn which
loci
he, Htwcral ol Ihe Ped oppoI" "Is maj be 111 lor a surprise when
I hey run into Stale this spring
Varsity tennis will lollow a similar
schedule, meeting ten. opponents in
t h e same 2H day period, ' i h e tennis
prospects are also bright for S t a t e .
Vrnsh
• season °f
nrnanoi.1a
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I r i s h m a n
scene, J o h n
have been drawing praise lrom varsity coach Joe Garcia for their recent performances.
Garcia expects to use Woytowich
When vou are asked to contribute lo bolster his 19G1 squad 147 pound
Woytowich, who will be a great held
| ( ) t n i s | u l u ] t o m o n . o w n j M in, do so
m ; , spirit of t h a n k s t h a t you and lo the varsity, is a capable and
I hose on the floor playing the game, hardworking a t h l e t e as is shown
" I ; I V 1 L l n l l l ; l t "'.hers m a y walk.
by his freshman soccer achieve-
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T h e 1958-59 season proved to be
a slow one for the Peds, who wound
up on the s h o r t end of a 2-6 record.
1959-60 is a rebuilding year with
promise of better days to come as
frosh coach Bob Burlingame p r e pares his charges for varsity competition,
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windows,
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After several delays d u e t o late s e p a r a t e serving lines, o n e a c h side. t h e
Johnstrasse 65-a, Frankfurt, G e r S t u d e n t Christian Association h a s
M a r b l e s t a i r c a s e s l e a d d o w n f r o m w i t h t h e r e d l e a t h e r s e a t s of t h e
e s t a b l i s h e d a p r o g r a m t o m a k e i t a r r i v a l of f u r n i t u r e , t h e n e w c o e d
dining hall opened Friday, February the two dormitories; thus t h e m e n chairs.
easier
for Protestant,
Episcopal,
5, f o r t h e s u p p e r h o u r .
Connect- and women enter a n d leave from
T h e u s e of a d o u b l e l i n e w a s
and Orthodox students t o consult
L i g h t i n g of i n i t l o t e d t o f a c i l i t a t e s h o r t e r l i n e s .
ing Alden a n d Men's, t h e dining t h e i r respective side.
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T h e recreation room, equipped with
M i n i s t e r . S.C.A. is r e s e r v i n g R o o m
chandeliers a n d celling spots.
Brubacher Lower Lounge.
ping p o n g tables, a piano, a n d a
08, L o w e r D r a p e r , f o r c e r t a i n h o u r s
T h e f u r n i t u r e is similar t o Bru's. television set i n A l d e n is o p e n after
e a c h week, d u r i n g w h i c h s t u d e n t s
T h e hall contains a main dining
w h o w i s h t o s e e M r . S n o w will b e r o o m , a d j o i n e d b y a s m a l l e r o n e , T h e c o l o r s c h e m e h a s a w a l l c o l o r d i n n e r f o r m e m b e r s o f A l d e n a n d
a b l e t o f i n d h i m i n t h i s r o o m w i t h - w i t h a f o l d i n g d o o r b e t w e e n t h e t w o , of g r e e n , w i t h f i g u r e d r e d d r a p e s a t t h e i r g u e s t s a r e a d m i t t e d t o t h e d i n ing room o n purchasing a meal
o u t m a k i n g a p p o i n t m e n t s i n a d -a n d a k i t c h e n e q u i p p e d w i t h t w o
ticket.
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All d i s b u r s e m e n t s will b e s u b j e c t
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will p r e s e n t a M e x i c a n f i l m , " T h i s
S t r a n g r e P a s s i o n " i n D r a p e r 349 a t
S t u d e n t U n i o n B o a r d of G o v e r - t o p r o o f of o w n e r s h i p e i t h e r b y
L e o n a r d K o b l e n z , P r e s i d e n t of t h e H a l l r e s i d e n t s , g i r l s f r o m t h e g r o u p
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nors wishes t o remind all State
A l b a n y C h a p t e r , A m e r i c a n H u m a n - h o u s e s of J a c k s o n , E a s t , G r a n t , a n d
T h i s S t r a n g e P a s s i o n i s i n S p a n - s t u d e n t s t h a t n o food, l i q u i d r e - t h e a r t i c l e s . B o o k s w i t h n a m e s i n i s t A s s o c i a t i o n , a n n o u n c e s t h a t t h e P a r t r i d g e e a t i n t h e n e w d i n i n g
ish
dialogue
with
English
s u b - f r e s h m e n t s , c o a t s , o r a c t i o n s n o t t h e m will b e r e t a i n e d u n t i l t h e e n d s u b j e c t of t o n i g h t ' s m e e t i n g will b e r o o m .
t i t l e s . I t s t a r s A r t u r o d e C o r d o v a b e f i t t i n g college s t u d e n t s a r e a l l o w - of t h e d a y ; t h e r e a f t e r , a n y o n e w h o " T h e P h i l o s o p h y of Z e n . "
a n d D e l i a G a r c e s . T h e r i c h m i d d l e ed i n t h e L o w e r L o u n g e of B r u , a c - w i s h e s t o h a v e t h e b o o k m a y c l a i m
Construction o n t h e dining hall,
T h e s p e a k e r will b e M r . R i c h a r d w h i c h h a s a p a t i o o n i t s roof, b e g a n
c l a s s s e t t i n g i n w h i c h t h e s t o r y i s c o r d i n g t o J a n i c e G r a h a m 'GO. Also, it.
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L o n d r a v i l l e , a n E n g l i s h t e a c h e r a n d l a s t y e a r , a s p a r t of a b u i l d i n g p r o played o u t allows t h e directors, Luis Lounge lights should r e m a i n o n .
Bunuel, t o achieve some
ironic,
g r a d u a t e s t u d e n t a t A l b a n y S t a t e . g r a m ol t h e S t a t e D o r m i t o r y A u t h If v i o l a t i o n s c o n t i n u e , t h e s e r u l e s S K A N Y S M e e t
s o m e t i m e s w i t h e r i n g m o m e n t s of will b e e n f o r c e d .
Barry Deixler '61, Vice-President Londraville
became
i n t e r e s t e d i n o r i t y . T h e f i n a l s t a g e s of t h e p r o social criticism.
of S E A N V S . a n n o u n c e s t h a t t h e r e t h i s s u b j e c t w h i l e o n m i l i t a r y d u t y g r a m will b e t h e a d d i t i o n of a p will b e a m e e t i n g o n T u e s d a y a t i n J a p a n .
This Strange Passion should b e
p r o x i m a t e l y filty r o o m s each t o
7:30 p . m . i n t h e U p p e r L o u n g e .
of s p e c i a l i n t e r e s t t o S p a n i s h s t u - L o s t a n d F o u n d
Alden a n d Men's.
T h e m e e t i n g will b e h e l d a t 8:0
d e n t s a n d i n a d d i t i o n will p r o v i d e
C a m p u s C o m m i s s i o n will h a v e o n
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p . m . i n t h e C o m m u n i t y R o o m of T l i e
Students w h o wish to sec t h e dinexcellent film fare for all.
d i s p l a y F r i d a y , F e b r u a r y 17, f r o m E d u c a t i o n D i r e c t o r t o S p e a k
B e c a u s e of t h e c l a s s b a n q u e t s a n d 9 a . m . t o 4 p . m . a t t h e S t u d e n t
D r . E d w i n A d k i n s , D i r e c t o r of N a t i o n a l B i s c u i t C o m p a n y , 9 8 F u l - i n g h a l l m a y t a k e a d v a n t a g e of t h e
o t h e r p a r t s of I n a u g u r a t i o n W e e k - C o u n t e r a l l a r t i c l e s i n t h e i r p o s - E d u c a t i o n will s p e a k o n " T h e U s e ler R o a d , C o l o n i e . T h e p u b l i c is f o r t h c o m i n g I n a u g u r a l B a l l , w h i c h
cordially invited. T h e r e will b e n o
end, t h e r e is n o movie scheduled session obtained t h r o u g h Lost a n d and Effectiveness
of E d u c a t i o n a l
is s c h e d u l e d t o b e h e l d t h e r e .
admission.
Found.
for F r i d a y .
Television."
ollege
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News Notes
IFG Shows
Mexican Film
On Tuesday
AHA to Meet
CAMPUS COMMISSION ANNOUNCES
RULES GOVERNING STUDENTS CONDUCT
W a r n i n g s s h a l l b e i s s u e d for v i o lations
of r e g u l a t i o n s
by C a m p u s
Commission
members.
A. M a i l b o x
Regulations:
1. U s e a n o t e t h a t
by 4 " .
is a t l e a s t 2 "
2. N o b o o k s a r e t o b e p u t i n t h e
boxes.
3. N o m a i l is t o b e p l a c e d o n t o p
of b o x e s .
4. O u t s i d e
of n o t e
must
2. A s h t r a y s a r e l o b e u s e d f o r
c i g a r e t t e s a n d malche.i only.
_'. P o s t e r s m u s t b e of c o l l e g e l e v e l .
No crayon.-,, n o m e s s y j o b s a c cepted.
3. T h e C o m m o n s is t o
c l e a n a t all t i m e s .
3. A n y c o l o r p o s t e r m a y be u s e d .
be kept
4. Size is r e g u l a t e d t o : n o r u n n e r s l o n g e r t h a n I)' a n d p o s t e r s ,
w i t h t h e e x c e p t i o n of c u t o u t s ,
m u s t b e a t l e a s t 9" b y 12".
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a n y o r g a n i z a t i o n it t h e a p p r o v a l
of t h e C o m m o n s c h a i r m a n is
s e c u r e d , a n d if t h e d e c o r a t i o n s
a r e a college function o r recognized holiday.
5. P o s t e r s m a y b e p l a c e d o n l y i n
peristyles a n d cafeteria.
5. N o t h i n g m a y b e t a p e d o r n a i l e d
to t h e w a l l s .
n a m e and date.
5. G e n e r a l n o t i c e m a y b e p u t u p
o n t h e o u t s i d e of t h e b o x e s o n l y
w i t h t h e p e r m i s s i o n of C a m p u s
Commission.
D. C a f e t e r i a
7,
Regulations:
1. T h e c a f e t e r i a is t o b e k e p t c l e a n
at all times.
8.
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6. M a i l b o x e s will b e c l e a n e d e v e r y
two weeks; a n y mail n o t picked u p w i t h i n t h a t t i m e will b e
removed.
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Lounge
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in L o w e r D r a p e r .
2
Found articles a r e to be placed
in t h e b o x .
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loser .should list h i s n a c u e a n d a
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llic c u r d s p r o v i d e d .
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3. T h i s l o u n g e is for q u i e t s t u d }
a n d t a l k ; n o e x c e s s i v e n o i s e is
allowed.
4. C o m m i t t e e m e e t i n g s , p l a y r e h e a r s a l s , or song r e h e a r s a l s m a y
In: h e l d o n l y w i t h t h e p e r m i s s i o n ul Die D e a n ol W o m e n .
5. O n l y fully a u t h o r i z e d p e r s o n s
m a y remove objects t h a t a r e t h e
p r o p e r t y of S t u d e n t A s s o c i a t i o n .
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sched-
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assemblies.
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c r o s s t h e b a c k of P a g e H a l l
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lo b e p o s t e d w h i l e t h e B o o k
E x c h a n g e is i n o p e r a t i o n .
PENALTIES:
Regulations:
Three warnings within a semester
1. S t u d e n t s s h a l l c o n d u c t t h e m - w i t h t h e e x c e p t i o n of t h e p o s t e r
s e l v e s i n a m a n n e r b e f i t t i n g a p e n a l t i e s will, In t h e c a s e of a n y I n No o r g a n i z a t i o n o r individual
d i v i d u a l , r e s u l t i n t h e r e m o v a l of a
college s t u d e n t .
may remove another organizaselected activity from t h e s t u d e n t
tion's publicity.
2. N o b o o k s o r r u b b i s h a r e t o b efax c a r d . I n t h e c a s e of o r g a n i z a P o s t e r s m u s t b e s i g n e d by o r Idi. lying a r o u n d locker rooms, tions, after t h r e e w a r n i n g s , C a m p u s
C o m m i s s i o n will r e v i e w t h e r e c o r d
ganization o r individual involva n d n o w e a r i n g a p p a r e l o r b o o k s a n d t h e p e n a l t y will b e left t o t h e
ed.
a r e t o b e left i n C o m m o n s , d i s c r e t i o n ol C a m p u s C o m m i s s i o n ,
All o r g a n i z a t i o n s
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All m a t e r i a l f o u n d will b e p l a c - i i , C o m m i s s i o n .
is o v e r mi tin 1 d a y f o l l o w i n g .
ed i n Losl tV F o u n d .
W a r n i n g s will b e s e n t t h r o u g h s t u Campus
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dent mail a n d m a y be appealed
3. 'I h e r e s h a l l be n o e a t i n g in a n y
[.he r i g i d t o r e m o v e all p o s t e r s
p a r t ol t i n ' .ehool b u i l d i n g s e x nut following r e g u l a t i o n s a n d
cept in t h e Cafeteria a n d in
organizations
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thai have too m a n y
the C o m m o n s as stated in C - l .
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walls a n d tacks on molding.
contain
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4. W i l l l u l d e s t r u c t i o n
IS p r o h i b i t e d .
of p r o p e r l y
5. T a b l e s In t h e h a l l s m a y b e used
o n l y w i t h t h e p e r m i s s i o n ol t h e
Grand Marshal.
ii S m o k i n g is a l l o w e d i n a l l h a l l s
h a v i n g c o n c r e t e floor w i t h t h e
e x c e p t i o n of P a g e H a l l , f i r s t
floor of D r a p e r , H a w l e y L i b r a r y
a n d Ilu.sfed.
wish t o
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must b e
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7. S m o k i n g r e s t r i c t i o n s will b e r e a p p l i e d if c i g a r e t t e s , m a t c h e s ,
etc., a r e found o n t h e floors or
if s t u d e n t s m i s u s e t h e p r i v i lege.
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Honor New SA Officers
Features Noted
«: Concert Pianist
Today,
tomorrow, a n d Sunday Mrs. H a t h a w a y ; Dr. Frederick T r u s will c o m p r i s e I n a u g u r a l W e e k e n d a t c o t t , A s s o c i a t e P r o f e s s o r of M a t h e
S t a t e College.
away; Frederick Truscott, Associate
I) & A i n final s t a g e s of r e h e a r s a l for Q u e e n l l i c R e b e l s t o b e g i n
T o m o r r o w , a t 1 p . m . in P a g e H a l l , P r o f e s s o r of M a t h e m a t i c s , a n d M r s .
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t h e I n a u g u r a l c e r e m o n i e s will t a k e T r u s c o t t ; J o h n T h e r r i e n , A s s o c i a t e D e m u s a t i t s f o r t h c o m i n g c o n c e r t , t o n , f f m ; " K : " " " • " ' < l i u n l s n n ...i.
p l a c e . A t t h i s t i m e , S t u d e n t A s s o - P r o f e s s o r of M a t h e m a t i c s , a n d M r s . T h u r s d a y , a t 8 : a 0 p . m . i n P a g e H a l l ,
e i a t i o n o f f i c e r s will b e p r e s e n t e d , T h e r r i e n . W a l t e r K n o t t s , P r o f e s s o r
D e m u s h a s a n i m p r e s s i v e a r r a y ol
M y s k a n i a will b e t a p p e d , a n d c l a s s of E n g l i s h ; a m i M a r g a r e t S t e w a r t , : ; n : ''*• l l l ! " 1 I ) S I r e c e n t b e i n g t h e
o f f i c e r s a n d s e n a t o r s will b e a n - P r o f e s s o r of B i o l o g y .
Harriet Cohen golden B a c h medal
nounced.
R o b e r t H e l w i g 'GO, P r e s i A s p a r t of t h e w e e k e n d , a j a z z p r e s e n t e d t o h i m in L o n d o n in M a y ,
19 y
d e n t ol S A , a n d R h o d a L e v i n , '60, c o n c e r t will b e h e l d S u n d a y i n B r u C a b i n e t M i n i s t e r of S p e c i a l D a y s , b a e h e r H a l l f r o m 3 : 3 0 t o C p . m . T h e
D e m u s is c o n s i d e r e d a l e a d i n g e x a r e i n c h a r g e of t h e c e r e m o n i e s .
c o n c e r t will f e a t u r e t h e m u s i c o f p o n e n t of t h e m u s i c of B a c h a n d
Also t o m o r r o w
f r o m (i p . m . t o D a l e ' s D i x i e l a n d B a n d .
Both t h e S c h u m a n n but his concerts a r e a
J o h n L u c a s ' 6 1 , p r e s i d e n t of D t o e m m i l i c a U ' t i e - s e a r c h a s d o e s
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S o p h m i o n s will hold t h e i r c l a s s s o r e d b y S U B .
of t h e g r e a t c o m p o s e r s .
C o l l e g e T h e a t e r ' s f o r t h - c o m i n g p r e - n i l f i l l n n I.I T h e l o c a l e of t h e a c t i o n
banquet.
A s i d e f r o m h i s solo c o n c e r t t o u r s m e n t a t i o n of U g o B e t t i ' s d r a m a , T h e is n o t , . p e n n e d ; it is t h e p r e s e n t a t i o n
I n a u g u r a l Ball
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D e m u s h a s given m a n y j o i n t p i a n o Q u e e n a n d t h e Rebels. T h e p r o d u c - ol a universal s i t u a t i o n w i t h tragic
r e c i t a l s - a n a l m o s t l o s t a r t in t h e " " " w i " b e . d l r e t : t e < J b - v D r - • J , i r k o o v e r t o n e s
Newly elected c a m p u s g o v e r n m e n t
U g o B e t t i , t h e a u t h o r of t h e p l a y ,
o f f i c e r s wili b e h o n o r e d a t t h e I n c o n c e r t w o r l d . L a s t s e a s o n l i e a p -M a r s a n o B u r i a n , A s s i s t a n t P r o f e s s o r
w a s b o r n i n I t a l y F e b r u a r y 4, 1892.
i n m u r a t i o n a l B a l l t o m o r r o w eve
p e a r e d i n C a r n e g i e H a l l w i t h P a u l of E n g l i s h a l S t a t e .
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c a t e d In t h e p r o f e s s i o n of l a w , b u t
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3 p.m., t o d a y t h r o u g h M o n d a y .
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required t o rain entrance t o t h e Alpha P i Alpha
n o performance this S u n d a v even
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p l a v s of B e t t i a r e t r a g i c i n c h a r a c t h e v will r e c e i v e f a v o r s a t t h e d o o r . S o p h o m o r e s .
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T h e l e n i a l e l e a d i n t h e p r o d u c - ,,.,. . l l u l ( , f u , n e v e n v j o l e n t
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D a v i d H a r t l e y , D e a n of M e n , a n d e n e n k o ,
Robert
Fisher,
T h o m a s Y o u t h t o b e h e l d i n W a s h i n g t o n , w h o will b e a p p e a r i n g i n t h e p r e - M | l i i e c t is w i c k e d n e s s - p e r h a p s t h i s
Mrs. H a r t l e y ; Ellen O Stokes, D e a n H a r t ,
Charles
Hunter,
W i l l i a m D . C. f r o m M a r c h 27 t o A p r i l 2.
sentation a r e Lee Coughlin. Richard i s because his career a s a judge
of W o m e n ; M e r l i n H a t h a w a y , D i - J a m e s , D a v i d J a n i c k , R o y K n a p p ,
T h e m e e t i n g will b e h e l d w i t h t o p r M l l l ' s l l a U . R o b e r t C o n j e m i , K e n n e t h s h o w e d h i m m o r e a n d c u r i o u s v a r i r e e l o r of A t h l e t i c s , a n d M r s . H a t h - R i c h a r d K o e p p e l , Al M a r k o w i t z , L e o g o v e r n m e n t a l o f f i c i a l s o n a w o r k - I ; l - v l ° ' ' '
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Jackson,
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M a r t i n , F r a n c i s M c C a r t h y , D a v i d s h ( ) ) J lypu
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