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Pfeiffer, J o s e p h i n e P i e t r u c h , K a t h - C. Sestl, M a r i t a J . Seward, J o h n Trebert, J u d i t h B. Twitchell.
Milton L. Upcraft, K a t h r y n S .
erine Pino, Mai'tha Pollack, Ellta L. Shankey, Juliette B. S h a u l , Bernice
Pols, J u d i t h D. Pridmore, M a r y A. Shaver, J a n i c e E. Sheldon, Carol A. Updike.
Shelly, M a r y J a n e Shepherd, Robert
F o u r h u n d r e d a n d t h i r t y - t w o s t u - J u d i t h E. Grabel, J a n i c e M. G r a - Pribis, M a r y J a n e Pringle, Miriam
J u d i t h A. Van Deloo, Gilbert
Sherburne, Carole A. S h e r m a n , R o b h a m
J e a n
dents h a v e been named to the Dean's
'
Grazlano, J u d i t h A. Ptalis.
ert I. Sholtz, Eleanor E. Silverstein, H e n r y Van Ness, J e a n n e D . Vasilow,
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Greenwood, Gerald G. Griffin, WilNancy Silvestri, S t e p h e n L. S i m p - T h o m a s A. Vianesse, Dorothy Von
Arlene Qulnn.
List, according to Oscar E. Lanford, „ n m
Gust'ison
son, Evelyn S . Small, Carol A. Bleberstein.
Gilbert R a p p , Linda E. Reitberg, Smith, Eleanor Anne S m i t h , R a l p h
Dean of the College.
J o a n D. Hagon, L a n a C. H a n e ,
Albert Wadsworth, Alan R. WagF r a n c e s Abele, William Adams, Solvelg Hanssen, Donald Hanley, H e n r y J . Reuter, J a n e N. Reuter, P. Smith, Jeffrey A. Sohns, David ner, G a r y E. Wait, Leigh E. Walker,
Nancy L. Alden, K a t h e r i n e L. Ald- D o n n a L. Harris, Ethel M. H a r t , Arlene L. Rhodes, J u d i t h Risk, R i c h - Neal Spencer, Lucille Spiak, Robert Edward J. Walsh, William E. W a n ous, Eleanor J. Alexander, Nancy H. Rodney A. H a r t , Christine E. Har- ard J. Robare, Samuel Roberts, D o - Steenburgh, S u s a n Steinberg, Sylvia zer, Beverly A. Ward, Marvin Ward,
ris Robinson, Frederic Robinson, H. Steinhoff, Carol J . Stephenson, Carole A. Waring, F r a n k l i n W a r r e n ,
Altman, Anthony Amelio, Bette An- ter, R a y m o n d G. Haver, R o b e r t W.
derson, Theodore Anderson, Eugene Helwig, Nellie Hemingway, D o n n a Gail A n n Rogers, J a m e s Rogers, Leon Sterle, M a r s h a l l Sternberg, Kay Ann W a t e r m a n , P a u l George
A. Andriette, Helen Angelikos, Carol Henderson, Doris S. Hische, C y n t h i a Peggy A. Rollins, E r n a E. Rosen- Shirley M. Stewart, William H . Weaver, P a t r i c i a Ann Webb, Charles
M. Arnold, Robert W. Austin.
J. Hodge, F r a n c e s A. Hofmann, Eve- dale, Joyce I . Rosnel, Alice Ross, Story, Charles Stoughton, J u d y A. A. Weed, Enid D. Whipple, K e n Annemarie Bahr, Paul E. Baker, lyn E. Hoxie, R u t h Hunt, Charles R. Betsy Ann Ross, J o a n Ross, Arnold Strong, Arlene Stutzenstein, C y n t h i a n e t h C. White, Linda P. White, VirRothstein, Carol Ruszczyk, Nancy L. Sugerman, A n n M. S u n d s t r a n d , ginia M a r y White, Ingeborg Wilfert,
Elaine Barber, Linda L. Barbetta, H u n t e r .
M a r i a n n e Barczewski, Julienne A.
Norman R. Swanson, David S . Doris C. Williams, S a n d r a L. Wilson,
J o s e p h H. Incremona, F r a n c i s Lee Lou K. 'i.'
I r e n e A. Wister, P a t r i c i a A. WoinoBaron, Evelyn K. Barrett, J o a n n e Ireland.
Symula.
Michael A. Sabini, J o h n E. S a r ski, Eleanor C. Wojtal, Howard D.
Basista, J o a n n e Batten, Douglas J . P r a n c e s E. Jadick, P a t r i c i a J e d - nowski, P a t r i c i a F . Schaf, Irwin
Corinne M. Tariello, C a t h e r i n e J . Woodruff, D i a n e M. Woodward.
Bauer, Clyde Beardsley, Margaret rzejewski, M a r i t Jentoft-Nilsen, H a r - Scher, Leonard Schieffelin, Leilani
M. Beer, Eleanor Beers, Frances 0 id j . Jewell, Dennis T. J o h n s o n , Schoff, J o h a n n a F. Scholl, F r a n c e s Tartaglia, Richard H. T h o r n s , ElizBarbara Yandian.
Belknap, Arlene Belorit, Pntricia Edward A. Jones, S a n d r a P . Jones, M. Schoneich, Lorraine Schrader, a b e t h J . Tinney, Toby H. Tlusty,
Clara L. Zebroski, Carol L. ZeBerdinka, Donald L. Bernhoft, Henry S h a r o n L. Joslin, Sylvia R. Juriga, Rae C. Schroeder, R h e a R. Schwartz, Max Tochner, Robert L. Todd, Carol
broski, R. J a m e s Zeigler, Elaine G.
J. Binzer, Louis Biolsi, Carolyn N(>n Jurinskl.
Nancy Seleznow, M a r t i n Selig, Gilda L. Tome, Nancy M. Tooney, Lois E. Zwanka.
Boehringer, Daniel Boserup, C a r o
S a n d r a Kailbourne, Estelle Kauflyn E. Bouton, Adelaide Bouvier
man, J u d i t h I . Keith, M a u r e e n A.
Caroline Bowers, John E. Bowers,
Kennedy, J u d i t h A. Klafehn, Inese
Beverly A. Bowman, Maureen L
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Klavins, K a r l Klee, N a n c y R .
Boyle Richard
Breen,
Stephanie
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Brendecke,
EdnaA. L.
Breon,
Daniel KKoester,
P e t e r E. K o h n k e n , M a r y
J. Bresnan, James A. Brooking, Eve- Komarowski, Doris A. Kopcza, H a r lyn G. Brown, J o a n n e Bryant, Clair vey B. Korotkin.
Burgeson, Beverly A. Burke, WilB a r b a r a LaBrake, J e a n n e t t e L a helmina Burton, J a n e M. Bushart,
fayette, Robert LaJeunesse, E d g a r
(BUZZ THIS QUIZ AND SEE WHERE YOU LAND!*)
Susan Byron.
Lang or, Grace E. LaPorta, Charles
Mary Ann Caledrone, Jacnes R. M. Lassell, J o h n Lawless, L o r r a i n e
Carbin, Rose Carbone, Linda T. Car- LeCrann, Sue Ying Lee, D o n n a Lees,
den, Lewis Carosella, William R. Linda J. Levinson, B a r b a r a Lewick,
Carper, J u d i t h L. Casey, Linda M. Joyce A. Lewis, Richard A. Lewis,
Catania, J u a n i t a Chatfleld, Shirley T h o m a s Longan, J o h n R . Lucas,
I. Clarke, Joseph Clement, Mary Su- J o a n E. Ludwig, Arleen D. Luick,
san Closs, Kathleen Coessens, Donna
L. Colby, Margaret A. Collins. Caroll M^y_r°S^
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Luwrence
MacDonald,
Patricia
Colway, Linda Conca, Jack L. Conway, Royce E. Coon, Joyce D. Cot- MacDonald, Leland T. Mahood, Altone, Leona W. Coughlin, Carol bert A. Maiwald, Donald Makely,
Courselle, Mary Ellen Cramer, J o h n Phyllis H. Mullory, J o a n Maloney,
F. Craven, Linda M. Crecca, J a n e t K a r e n E. Masterpolo, Linda M. M a t M. Crumb, Ralph L. Culver, Sara J . son, Edward McAllister, Laurie McCullough, Nancy C. McGowan, F a y
Culver, Valerie Cymbalist.
C. McMore, J u d i t h L. Meldrim, E a r l Frederick Daingerfield, Candace L. ine D. Merrill, J u d i t h L. Metcalf,
DalPan, R u t h J . Danowit, Barbara Myrna J . Mikelberg, Edward W .
M. Darling, Nancy C. Davis, Paula Miller, Howard F . Miller, Ross C.
DeCrescenzo, Donald DeFano, Eliz- Mills, Donald A. Milne, Rosemarie
a b e t h DeFiore, Harriet L. Dent, Mincar, K e n n e t h Mitchell, R e g i n a
Linda M. DePasquale, J u n e Elaine B. Mitter, J a m e s Mollenhauer, M a r DeVore, Gary A. Dibble, Mary E. tin Molson, Emily Morlock, Donald
DiDonna, Gerald D. Dixon, Mary A. E. Mortin, Shirley Moscrop, Robert
Dobeck, Elizabeth Dodt, Constance W. Moyer, Vera Mraz, Louise P .
M. Dorland, Lynn F. Dorland, Rob- Muir, C a r m e n S. Munoi'f, G a r y D.
e r t a L. Dosh, Joyce E. Dougherty, Myers.
J u l i a n n a Dranichak, Elizabeth D .
Su.san G. Nagle, Robert NeiderDrunun, Carole A. Dudley, G.
G r a n t Duffrin, Ann E. Dugan, J a n - berger, Robert B. Nenno, K a t h e r i n e
ice F. DuMond, Russell W. D u n h a m , J. Nero, Janice C. Newport, Joyce
" A little l e a r n i n g is a d a n g e r o u s t h i n g " m e a n s
Nicandri, Mary P. Nicholaou, M a r Ross E. Dunn, J a n R. Dyckman.
(A) i t ' s b e t t e r t o l e a v e y o u r m i n d a l o n e ; (B)
garet E. Nielsen, C h r i s t i n a May N o Sheila R. Eckhaus, Nancy A. Edds,
people w h o a c t on h a l f - k n o w l e d g e often m a k e
ring, M a r y A. Nottingham, H a r r y S.
Ray Charles Eddy, Lawrence J. E d Nungesser.
m i s t a k e s ; (C) b e w a r e of s o p h o m o r e s .
wards, Mansir J . Edwards, William
Elizabeth Oliver, Dawn O'Brien,
H. Edwards, Richard Egelston, Sonja
J. Einarsson, Vivian Elliott, Arleen Constance Oropallo, Gail I. Osborn,
Emery, Helen C. Enders, M. Carolina R u t h E. Osterhout.
Engel, Carolyn Engert, Joanne EngArlene Paciunas, Patricia A. P a g "Never look a gift, horse in
ert, Marcia E, English, Irma Caro- i'lt, Frances Ann Palumbo, Decker
will have found out that Viceroy gives
if. P a r d e e , Joseph A. P a r e n t , S h a r the m o u t h " is good advice
line Ess.
you
the best filtering of any cigarette, for
because (A) he'll bile; (B)
Robert L. Factor. Sally E. Pagan, on L. Parr, Mildred M. Pasek, R i c h a taste you c;in really enjoy. A thinking
even if his teeth show he's
Melba J. Fairbairn, Patricia O. F a n - aid Patchi'tl, Priscilla J . Pawlicki,
cher, Anne Marie Farrell, William A. Beverly J . Pierce, Sonja D. Pelton,
old, what can you do about
man's filter. A smoking man's taste.
Fatale. Victor M. Faubert, J o a n Douglas A. Penfield, Carl W. Penird,
it? ((') there's nothing in
That's
Viceroy!
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A.
Pennucci.
Agnes
Persson,
Joyce Ferrari, Emily H. Flachbart,
there anyway.
Lenora L. Flahive, Dennis Fleck, Z.me Peterson, Rosemary E. Petrick,
Frances H. Fleck, Ann E. Fleming. Myrna Petrover, Richard H . P e t *// you checked (C) on three out of four of
Rosa F l u g a r t h , T h o m a s Flynn, Bet- lingill, Ciertrude Peukert, J u d i t h A.
ty E. Forbes, Joseph A. Forte, J o a n Assuming the starting salthese questions, you're fairly astute. Hut if
na Fotheringhatn, Lois Aim f r a n k .
ary is the same, would you
you checked {B) — you think for yourself!
Douglas C. P r a n k e
rather have (A) a job with
an assured income for life,
Mary Lou Gallagher, Dorothy A
Gardner, Margie 1J. Gardner, Susan
hut wil h no chance to inM. Gardner, Baiba Garoza, Roberta
crease it? (It) a job when;
Fraternity
Jewelry
P. Garvey, Richard C Gascoync,
you'll always he paid acBadges, Steins, Rings
Ruth E. Gavurnlk, Toby Ann Gcdcording to your abilities?
uld, J u d i t h A. Gerhard I, Millicent
Jewelry, Gilts, Favors
((') a job where you have
L. Gerich, Caroline E. Gerlich, Susan
Stationery, Programs
to advance rapidly or bo
B. Gersten, Karl Gerstenberger,
fired?
Club Pins, Keys
Aimee ft. Ginnie, Emilv K. Glass,
Medals, Trophies
Mary Lee Glass, Martha Golcnsky,
A l l B M C l ]
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Dean's List For 1959-1960
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ALBANY, NEW YORK SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, I 9 6 0
Eight Men, Five Women
Receive Keys and Tassles
In t h e traditionally
emotional
and exciting Myskania tapping ceremony, eight men and five women
received the tassle and key of the
judicial body.
T h e voice of the c h a i r m a n of
Myskania, Marion Silverstein. called out the n a m e s of the honored
Juniors, as M y s k a n i a members sedately m a r c h e d a r o u n d Page a u d i torium and h a n d e d over their seats.
Willi bailed breath, candidates and
spec! a tors alike awaited the final
proclamation.
As of publication date, the News
was able to procure only a n a l p h a betical list of those tapped. T h e
n a m e JAMES CLAVELL resounded
through the hall as Die newly-elected treasurer of his class was escorted
to the si aire. Clavell, who was recommended by old .Myskania. served
as c o - c h a i r m a n of S t u d e n t Guides,
c o - c h a i r m a n of t h e All-College Reception, and s t u d e n t S e n a t o r lor
three years.
3 / Votes Decide Presidency for Robinson;
Suson Byron Serves As Vice President
T h e Editor of the S t a t e College
News, BARBARA L I B O U S , was
It should be noted that the total number ol' voles cast in this election is the lowest
tapped, a.s per Myskania's recom- record in the past three years, there being two more votes cast in the Helwig-Penfield
mendation. Miss Libous h a s been on election. An sharp increase in student body indicates an apparent decline in political
Senate, t h e Frosh Handbook staff,
enthusiasm and participation.
and treasurer of Frosh Weekend.
Richard Robinson, newly elected President of Student Association, received a total
As a member of old Myskania
marched down t h e aisle and stopped of 329 votes out of the 927 votes cast for this office. The Presidency was decided by 31
parallel to her scat, MARY JANE
votes with Donald Donato, the nearest opponent, receiving 298 votes. James Dougherty,
S H E P H E R D wa.s tapped. Miss S h e p herd h a s been on Senate, was a the third candidate received 202 votes with a total of 98 blank votes being cast for the
counselor a t Frosh Weekend, and is office of President.
Secretary
of Athletic
Advisory
Vice-President
Board.
S u s a n Byron received 647 votes
J O H N SULLIVAN was called to
against a total of 280 blank ballots
the stage. Sullivan served on Senate,
to win the Vice-Presidency of S t u as Frosli Weekend counselor, and
d nil Asociation. Miss Byron h a s
on Campus Chest.
had a year of government experNewly-elected
president of h i s
ience as a member of Senate.
class.LOUIS WOLNER also received
the judicial position.! Wolner, one ol
Robinson served his class in t h e
the Myskania recommendations, is
position of President in his freshalso president of Sayles Hall, is acman year. He is a l s o an active
tive in spoils, and is c o - c h a i r m a n
m e m b e r i n the S t a t e s m e n choral
of S t a t e Fair.
croup on campus.
BARRY DEIXLER, SA ParliaT h e o t h e r two candidates, Donato
m e n t a r i a n and c h a i r m a n of Rivaland Dougherty received seals on
ry, was rushed down the aisles and
Myskania.
uj) to (he platform. Dcixler also is
vicc-presidenl of SEANYS and was
Cabinet
on I In- editorial staff of his class
Because of a renewed enthusiasm
newspaper.
for Myskania, t h e three presidenServing as President of the Class
Miss Silverstein called the n a m e
tial candidates did n o t n a m e t h e
DONALD DONATO, as t h e past class of IDlJl will be Louis Wolner, who
members of their respective c a b president was tapped. Donato served received a total of 148 voles. Mr.
inets. T h e J u n i o r class, apparently
as a Frosli Weekend Counselor and Wolner will also serve a.s a member
remembering the prestige of MysDorm Director, in addition to being of Myskania. T h e other candik a n i a i n t h e i r freshman year, as
date, B a r r y Deixler, received 56
on Senate.
a rule, preferred to r u n for t h a t
votes.
C o m m o n - S t, a t e r ANTHONY
Last year's Treasurer. G a r y J a d Outgoing president Robert Helwig presents gavel to newly elected office r a t h e r t h a n to serve on CabD ' O N O F K I O received t h e c o n g r a t u - win, won t h e Vice-Presidency by a
inet. T h e t r e n d last year was one of
president
Richard Robinson.
lations of the old judicial body a s total of three votes m o r e t h a n his
a similar n a t u r e , however, the 58-59
he claimed his purple and gold t a s - opponent Camie Everett.
year involved competition for c a b sle. D'Onofrio h a s been active i n
inet posts.
Newly tapped Myskania
memtheatrical productions, a s well a s
bers Gail K a s p a r i a n and J a m e s
Frosli Weekend.
Secretary
Clavell will act a.s Secretary and
T h e retiring SA vice-president,
Treasurer of the class of 1961. Miss
TI 1C
JJoil
of
J A M E S D O U G H E R T Y , received his
SophOmOreC
OSS &«,
l u n,V n l "l ' >tmcnt to Secretary
K a s p a r i a n received 102 votes, a to^
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Association h a s not b.
T
•seat on t h e judicial body. Doughertal of 74 m o r e t h a n her nearest o p Myskania
1959-60 reports
the
"
made. Last year the""a") " 7 " n^"
ty has participated in Rivalry, Senponent. Mr. Clavell with Hi) votes following achievements for the year:
T h e Class of 1962 lias elected Clif- was m a d e i n ' t h e J u n i o r claw" h o w '
ale. S t u d e n t Guides, and on the
defeated his nearest opponent by :i7
stall's of t h e Pedagogue and News.
1 Consulted with the past president f1'"1 U l ' " " " , ™ l »« " ' ^ President for « ™ ^
«* n o t a precedent t h a t
votes.
Another Myskania - recommended
coming year. Demarest received
l l t e c d
as
Senators
p p o i n t m e. n t ! was made
Presiol SA on .he m l , of Myskania ' ' " ' < " " " " ^ v e a r . Demares, received a™},..™_
. « by
freshman
candidate's n a m e was announced,
1 3 S volm
vM]e D a n n
T h e class Senators include S a n d r a
m government.
> ' s d u l 1 ^ and dent Yager in 58-59
and BARBARA
GLADYSIEWK'Z
iverninent.
Robert Pollero received U'J and 50
was escorted to her new position in Deiter. Grant Dulfrill, K a r e n Holer,
.student government. Miss Gladysie- Sylvia Juriga. Marie Miranda, Anne -• Held a dinner and reception for votes, respectively,
wic/ ha., been on Senate, was co- O'Connor, and J a n e t Zember. Since
the ad.nun- trillion at winch time
J o h n Wallace, the only candidate
c h a i r m a n of C a m p u s Chest, ami has only seven Senators were elected,
belief student-faculty relations.
the
lour
vacant
posts
will
necessitbeen on Campus Commission.
lor Vice-President,
received 175
ate
a
replacement
election.
academics, and other phases of
T h e choreographer of the Slate
vol
IS.
Slate College were discussed.
College Revue anilely wended her Statistics
T h e J u n i o r s had two candidates
P a l Jl,lll S
S(
way to the stage, as Mvskania-ree3.
Previewed
the S t a t e C o d e c pro'- - Secretary, with 154
e v e n Condojani, one of six c a n ommended C A T H E R I N E S( ZAN'NK for t h e office of President, two
v
,C al
Girl
in
Town."
"
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'
defeated
her
opponent
Mary
'
' ^ ; « ^ n r ? n e n l e e t , e d a S P , ' ^ d e „ t of
candidates
for
Vice-President,
seven
ducfion ol "New
JAMES was tapped. Miss J a m e s lia.s
C WP
been a Senator, was c o - c h a i r m a n ol candidates for Secretary, five candi- 4. Acled
"
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- -S"in
STele^C^.
Acted as gguardians o, the Fresh- * " " "
P a r e n t s ' Day. and wa.s a Rivalry dates lor Treasurer, and nine candidate.-,
for
Senate.
A
total
of
213
man
Class.
Treasurer
for
the
class
of
1962
will
b
y
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Wonent
leader.
votes
were
cast
by
the
J
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i
o
r
class.
T h e n a m e (JAM. KASPARIAN
-..Honored
'
'.
Honored retir.ng p r o t e s t s of >*' Bonnie Scott. Miss Scott received
boomed over the loudspeaker, as the T h e quota lor the class was se at
13.")
Votes
while
Doris
Edel.slein
rei'
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lehitf.
iwi,-k
Rrii.ixiPin
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vi<
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esideiicy
was won by J o a n
41.
This
figure
constitutes
15
S
l
a
t
e
College
with
a
gilt
and
per
four-time class secretary look title
ceived ill and Bobbi Kane. 111.
Norton, who received twice as many
s.ale.in nt mi behall ol S t u d e n t
ID her seal. Miss K a s p a r i a n parti- cent of Hie voting m e m b e r s ol the
\oic.s a.s her nearest opponent. T h e r e
cipated in Rivalry, was songleader class.
were also six candidates running for
Association
Senators
for llrubachei' Hall, and worked on Preference
this office.
Harry
Deixler
and
Anthony
D'Oli
6.
Initiated
and
carried
out
t
h
e
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piibln lly lor the S t a l e College Revue.
JAMES
KEI.l.Y, Senator, co- ofrio were eliminated from the Sen
bmldmg ol the Slate College „ „ a t
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C ,WUmce
CUlV
cliairni.iii ol C a m p u s Chest, and a alorial race by a Myskania pre!'
enter,,!
in
Ihe
Albany
SesquicenL
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" ' ' " f '"' a «<*« h e r
Uh airy participant, received his erence Eliminated from the Secreb
v
deione.
1'ian
C.K-ero,
Shelley
Kellernearcsl
opponent
Van Riper
leunial
eelcbral
ion
man Betty Klein, Sheril MeCormick,
- - votes to win Sally
the election
for
tassle and key Koll\ had also been tarial race was Sandra Deiter Willi i
preference lor Senate.
' ( 'IIIIIIII in il mi l'itt/i
lass
Secretary.
T
h
e
position
of
ri commended b.\ Myskania.
Column.!)
Kni,,,,-,! Nottingham. Bobbi SchneiTreasurer wa.s won by Millicent
dei•in.in. C a r o l
S h e r m a n , Anne i-'ii-icher, who received two votes
M,,nli. K,,'. Smith, and Buzz Welker. more t h a n Howard Woodruff, the
neatest opponent.
Juniors Elect
Lou Wolner
My:skania
Reviews
Demarest Heads
Frosh Select
Condojani
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When you depend on judgment, not
ehanee, in your choice of cigarettes,
you're apt to lie a Viceroy smoker. You
box.
The Man Who Thinks for Himself KnowsONLY VICEROY HAS A THINKING MAN'S FILTER... A SMOKING MAN'S TASTE!
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VOL. XLV, N O . 4
STUDENTS ELECT ROBINSON FOR PRESIDENT
Tin- Sophonion
ias.s cast _»iii)
\ ule.s; I lie ijllnlii lor tile i lass was
established .,, 39. D i m - wen- three
aildidati-s lor the ollice ol Presiihiii ,.ni candidate lor Ihe VicePresidency, two candidates lor Sec,,
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ART
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1050-00 Alyskania members as lliey made their last a p p e a r a n c e a t t h e I F C S L H trial.
c l a s s Publicity Director will be
Cindy I.cvine, while class Sougleader
and Cheerleader are Irene Economoi;;'.^^ '""I , ) " U l l a W e t s i « ' ^ l ' * ' -
Senators
Unpaid Bullis, William Burnett,
Pamela Carter, Ted Dusuenko, Peter
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Pusher, Richard Kelly, Roy Knapp,
nrcr ami tweni.\-lhree candidates 0 a r y Penfield, O e r a i d i n e Schleiier,
lor Seiiaic
Dale Van Epps, and Patricia Woinoski have all been elected as repreI'refttri'iice
s e n l a t h e s to S e n a t e lor the class
ol '63.
Susan Byron was eliminated from
the Senatorial race by a SA ViceOf one
the wa.s
54 condidutes
only
eliminated for
by Senate,
preferPresident preference.
ence, this being Miss Culver.
STATE
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1960
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JUNIORS
ESTABLISHED
MAY 1916
BY T H E C L A S S OF 1918
Myskania
Reviews
Helwig Addresses Student Assembly
In Presidential Farewell Speech
A.s one ol my last official acts I
would like to express my t h a n k s to
all ol you who have assisted S t u d e n t
First Place CSPA
Second Pluce ACP Association during the past year.
No, 4 Without your help, no m a t t e r how
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liAHIJAICA l . I U O U d
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the theater.
Today, the players in the d r a m a
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of S t u d e n t G o v e r n m e n t have been
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BARBARA WEINENOEii
. . . . . . b u s i n e s s Advurtihliig E d i t o r degrees of ability and experience,
V A E E H I E YL1I,E
C i r c u l a t i o n a m i K x c h a n t j r E d l t o i will s t r u t a n d fret their hour upon
0(jlisultulll iSi'UI 1;, Kdltoi the stage a n d sincerely a t t e m p t to
JAMES DOUQHERTY
JOHN MOIJHEIt
Consultant Sports Editor
p r e s e n t a polished performance, W e
ELIZABETH 8PENOHB
Executive Edltoi
apprenMONICA T K A S K U H
E x e c u t i v e E d i t o r m u s t admit, though, t h a t
IJAVIil F R U J M A N
G o i i s u l i u n t F t a t u r o E d i t o r ticeship will be as much u c h a r a c t e r JANE O R A H A M
C o n s u l t a n t Bualruins E d i t o r istic of this undertaking as it is of
any vocation, T h e u n t u t o r e d a n d the
Inexperienced must be given a n o p ""•jUgJ^1
portunity to acquire "stage p r e s 1
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SA OFFICERS
FRESHMEN
STATE COLLEGE NEWS
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Voting for Student Association President and ViceThirteen of the following Juniors were elected to
The following are the re- President tallies were as follows:
Myskania.
sults of the Junior class
Quota: 140
Quota: 137
elections:
PRESIDENT
James Clavell
506
Donald Donato
298
Virginia Dehnert
146 PRESIDENT
James Dougherty
202
Barry Deixler
328 Barry Deixler
56 Richard Robinson
329
Sandra Deiter
207
Blank
98
Lou
Wolner
148
Donald Donato
583
VICE PRESIDENT
Anthony D'Onofrio
431 VICE-PRESIDENT
Susan Byron
647
James Dougherty
409
Blank
280
95
Camie Everett
264 Camie Everett
Rosalie Fendick
224 Gary Jadwin
98
Frances Fleck
168
Brian Gifford
146 SECRETARY
29
The freshmen class ballot- Theresa Bocchino
Barbara Gladysiewicz
314 Sandra Dieter
37
20 ing resulted in the following Judy Brenner
Paul Harris
253
Ronald Bullis
117
16 distribution:
Joan Heywood
231 Diane Donk
William Burnett
109
Rosalie
Fendick
23
PRESIDENT
Gary Jadwin
212
Pamela
Carter
141
28 Donald Allen
68
Sue James
494 Joan Ferrari
Lawrence
Coleman
42
Millicent Gerich
12 William Burnett
49
Sylvia Juriga
115 Sylvia Juriga
Constance Culver
*
6 Stephen Condojani
83
Gail Kasparian
376 Gail Kasparian
Susan Danitz
40
102 Joseph LaMonica
46
James Kelly
391
82
William McCarthy
46 Anne Dugan
Marge Kropak
137 TREASURER
Ted
Dusuenko
131
89 Gary Penfield
49
Rosemary Kverek
296 James Clavell
Donald Fear
56
37 VICE-PRESIDENT
Jack Lewis
251 Marge Kropak
Peter Fisher
113
Lil
Meaders
25
Donald
Allen
66
Barbara Libous
369
52 Shirley Bowler
36
14 William Gorsas
Frances Liston
171 Julie Steiner
Judy Hall
27
Russell
Holze
51
John Lucas
293 SENATORS
55
Richard Moore
36 James Haenlin
Lillian Mullen
241
Barbara
Iko
57
Barry
Deixler
*
Joan Norton
132
Margaret Rollins
83
Judy Johnson
72
Sandra
Dieter
110
Walter
Peters
33
Diane Rosen
123
Richard Kelly
107
* SECRETARY
Gary Sabin
182 Anthony D'Onofrio
Roy
Knapp
136
97 Deanna Abramson
52 Richard Lockwood
Mary Jane Shepherd
358 Grant Duffrin
54
Karen
Hofer
65
Constance Pulver
89 Jeannette Lorenzo
Ronald Stewart
100
44
Sylvia
Juriga
84
Marsha English
38 Lawrence Lonnergan .... 32
John Sullivan
340
92 Marilyn Houghton
29 Andrew Lowell
Harriet Sutcliffe
239 Marie Miranda
10
132 Sharon Parr
61 James McAden
Louise Tornatore
224 Annie O'Connor
37
Janet
Zember
83
Sally Van Riper
67 Rose Mincar
Carl Van Patten
114
49
Brian Viele
70
* eliminated by preference TREASURER
Diane Mogavaro
63
Lou Wolner
472
Millicent Fletcher
85 Claudia Mohr
52
Steven Giordano
58 James Morgan
80
Rose Mincar
49 Doris Muhlich
42
Rosemary Petrick
57 David Nichols
69
*
Balloting for Sophomore Sue Byron
Howard
Woodruff
83
Barbara
Olszowy
58
167
officers reaped the following Mary Ann Calderone
Gary Penfield
146
J a n Cellura
72 (Continued from Page 1, Column S) SONGLEADER
results:
Rosemary
Petrick
41
Judy
Casey
25
Fran Cicero
152
76
PRESIDENT
Alice Dean
25 Suzie Piatt
Peggy Clowry
73 7. Rulings:
55
135 Cliff Demerest
Cliff Demcrest
Irene Economopoulos .... 109 William Powhida
*
a. Concerning question of a p Patrick
Pulcini
48
69 Martha Golensky
Danny Schultz
Elaine
Miglio
79
56
pointments, financial m a t t e r s
62
50 Mary Ann Gusberti
Bob Pollero
32 Fay Richardson
67
binding upon one Senate's Walter Peters
Geraldine
Echleifer
91
Gail
Wackerow
61
Shelley Kellerman
152
rules.
VICE-PRESIDENT
Janet Schmedding
70
PUBLICITY
DIRECTOR
Betty Klein
125
b. Concerning responsibility of an
John Wallace
174 Sheril McCormick
56
Judy Johnson
127 Philip Shaw
76
organization to apply its rules
Sara
Sterling
44
Cynthia Levine
153
Dick Nottingham
160
SECRETARY
of procedure.
41
Susan Thomas
48 Toby Tlusty
74
Mary Ann Calderone
93 Jack Pierce
8. Cases:
Anne Toomey
64
Elena
Rabine
40
Pat Jones
154
CHEERLEADER
Rose
Marie
Treccassi
35
Bobbi Schneiderman
104
a. .Student Association
versus
Rosalie DiGregorio .... ... 7!) Jean M. Tully
62
TREASURER
Robert Battaly.
Carol Sherman
81
Harold Hansen
... 8!J Dale Van Epps
108
Doris Edelstein
91 Lillian Skadberg
i d i a r g e s of Impeachment.>
41
Donna Wetsig
... 162 Steven Ward
Barbara Kanet
19 Anne Smith
52
139
b. Sigma Lambda S i g m a F r a t e r - SENATE
Bonnie Scott
135 Jan Smith
63
Mark Weisenberg
35
nity versus I n t e r - F r a t e r n i t y
Nancy Altaian
... 55
Ray Smith
120
Council.
45
SENATORS
... 27 Jill Weitz
Thomas Bartlow
Buzz Welker
141
(Charges of Legality of P r o 107
Jim Blenker
27
cedure, Charges of Justice of Kenneth Bellantoni .... ... 37 Patricia Woinoski
Edward Brennan
75
* eliminated by preference
Decision.)
Gerald Blair
... 78
* eliminated by preference
SOPHOMORES
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TABULATIONS
AAYSKANIA
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ence," We must encourage and a s sist them in their efforts to become
"star performers."
Home ol those players who have
performed admirably in the past
will be recalled to lend quality and
experience to the d r a m a . Through
their stabilizing influence the cast
will function to provide service and
satisfaction
T h e director, whose responsibilm
it is In eo-urdiniiti the various a s pects ol the production, must d e cide, with the assistance of his cust,
what the true values of the d r a m a
are and a t t e m p t to present them to
i he audience. B u t the audience c a n not assume a passive role if our
drama is to have meaning. An e m phatic response, or a response which
indicates the audiences' tendency to
Identify with t h e d r a m a is as m u c h
a part of s t u d e n t government as it
is of the t h e a t e r . Unless this r e sponse can be elicited, the action of:
the d r a m a is meaningless.
T h e clitics, perhaps, will call our
drainu u Comedy of Errors. I could
advise these critics that superficial
examination becomes habitual and
doesn't allow us to penetrate to true
vaule.v T h e critic who h a s learned
to distinguish between the inconsequential elements and the elements
which indicate progress and quality
is no I, only better able to make valid
lodgments, but Is also capable of
exerting sullicient inlluence to ele\ ale I he d r a m a to a higher statu.-,
Progress is not measured in miles
bul in inches To progress is admirable, but to possess the ability to
recognize progress is essential. In
our search for self-confidence, security, a n d pride in self and group,
we invariably decline to admit the
t r u t h a n d fail to recognize the elem, nts which would allay our a p prehensions and end our search.
These t r u t h s are t h a t each one of
us is valuable; each one of us h a s
significant contributions to make,
und t h a t we c a n and have m a d e
progress.
-'ornr o'
State College News
ALBANY. N E W YORK
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 6 , I 9 6 0
VOL. XLV. NO. , ) ^
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Tournament
Organizations to Participate
Cohen, Casey, Bowen Lead Peds As Fourth In Tomorrow's State Fair
State Fair opens tomorrow night at 7 p.m. with the
Annual State U. Tournament Enters Second Day
presentation of the review Faculty on Parade in Page Hall.
The fate of Albany State, seeded fourth in the State University Tournament at
Cortland, remained undecided today as the fourth annual classic began the second day
of action.
The Peds met eighth seeded New York Maritime yesterday to initiate the eight
team tourney. They had to go into action with eight players, including scoring ace Don
Cohen, hampered by colds.
Space and tickets, while still available at press time, showed every sign of becoming
hard to get by the time of tomorrow night's championship contest, which will climax
the final clay of competition. All eight teams will vie for positions in the three-day
affair,
Seek Second Championship
The Peds entered the tournament seeking their second
championship of the year. Their first came at the NAIA
Albany S t a t e defeated New
Christmas Invitational at Asbury Park when a last minute York
Stale Maritime Academy
rally climaxed a come-from-behind thriller in double over- 70-40 in the (irst game of the
S t a l e University T o u r n a m e n t .
time over Glassboro State.
Cohen led t h e Peds scorFor Coach Dick Sauers this is his third start in State Don
ing attack with 'l'i points followUniversity tournaments. Only three of his curent players ed by Sherwin [Jowen a n d Roger
Casey with 10 each. T h e Peds
have seen action in all three.
Bulletin
Four Veterans
T h e trio, Cohen. Sherwin Bowen,
and C a p t a i n Denny Johnson, is joined by only one other veteran of
tourney action
P a t Spiccl — who
saw limited action as a freshman
on last season's third-place team.
Two po.ssible s t a r t e r s who did not
see action last season will play big
roles in this year's affair, as flog
Casey a n d J o h n Wallace both have
earned s t a r t i n g roles since t h a t
time.
Wallace is from T o n a w a n d a a n d
played basketball in the tough Nia g a r a F r o n t i e r League for T o n a w a n d a High School.
Casey saw action for Bethlehem
Central in local high .school ball.
Powerful Bench
T h e five s t a r t e r s will be backed
by a powerful bench headed by
Sophomores J i m Green, P a t S p i e d ,
Merl S u t h e r l a n d , Gary Jones, and
J u n i o r Bob Dzikowicz.
Dnikowicz a n d Greene are no
s t r a n g e r s to Ped fans. T h e former
was t h e last period defensive s t a r
for t h e Peds as they beat Oneonta,
while Greene took charge of t h e
Ped a t t a c k to overcome Oswego in
the closing m i n u t e s
Oswego is also in the S t a t e University tournament,, along with a n o t h e r ' r e g u l a r season opponent trom
Buffalo.
T h e Peds were beaten in regular
,eason play by P i t t s b u r g h , Potsdam, and Cortland, all entered m
the tourney.
C h a m p i o n s h i p At Slake
Whal were the chances "1 Inst
place lor the Peds as they entered
Uie l u s t round ot competition yeslerdayV
M t h e la ,1 sis game., are a m mCnnlintKd
tin I'uiii :; Column .
DatesPlanned
For Speakers
T h e currenl semester will bring
to this c a m p u s a series ol lectures
to be delivered by eiiinieiil cliolars
Iriiiii loin universities, announces
Killth o Wallace. C h a i r m a n ol the
D e p a r t m e n t s ol Comparative lateruliire and ol Ancient Languages It.
|l anticipated t h a t die series, open
I,, both s t u d e n t s and faculty, will
,',, ,. ,!,,|, into an annual program
The first lecturer in the series will
|)i- Prolessor Henry ('apian ol Cornell University lie will discuss T h e
Classical Tradition: Rhetoric and
Oratory, A Living Connection Willi
thr Ancient World, on March 1) ill
U pin ,n Hi ubachei lounge.
The Development of the Kngllsh
Language will be the subject ol the
.second lecture which is to be given
l,u March 25 by Professor Mario Pel
of Columbia University.
Speaking on T h e Idea of Courtly
Love, April 21. will be Prolessor Leo
Spititer of J o h n s Hopkins UuiverRobert
On May 13, Professor
Clements of New York University
will speak on Art and Literature in
the Renaissance.
will meet the winner of the
Potsdam -Cortland game at 7
p.m. tonight.
Other concessions will be open from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
The purpose of State Fair is to raise $1200 that will be
used to bring a foreign student here to study for a year
and to send a State student to Europe for the Summer.
Most groups on campus are sponsoring various Fair
booths, all profits from which are to be used in the exchange student fund.
The Highlight of the Fair will be the faculty's presentation of Faculty on Parade. Miss Caroline Lester, Professor
of Mathematics, Dr. Edward Sargent, Associate Professor
of Education, Dr. William Kraus, Assistant Professor of
Education, and Dr. Margaret McBride Stewart, Assistant
Professor of Biology, head the faculty committee for the
production. Dr. Sargent will act as master of ceremonies.
Acts will include Mr. Karl Peterson, Associate Professor of Music, Dr. Charles Stokes, Professor of Music, Dr.
Roswell Fairbank, Associate Professor of Business, Dr. Hudson Winn, Associate Professor of Biology, David Hartley,
Dean of Men, Dr. Donald Allen, Chemistry, Dr. Richard
State Elects
Doctoral Plan
NeedsRegent Forum PresentsCampus King
Approval
British Lecturer
T h e S t a t e University Board of
Trustees h a s approved the establishm e n t of a doctoral p r o g r a m in the
Albany area, a n d h a s asked the
Board of R e g e n t s for authorization
to confer t h e a p p r o p r i a t e degree upon students who complete approved
courses of s t u d y a n d meet other req u i r e m e n t s to be prescribed by the
University.
It is possible t h e Board of Regents
will consider this request at its
meeting today.
Subject
to tlie approval
of the
Regents, the Trustees plan to miti
ate t h e doctoral program this lai:
at, the College of Education at Albany. F u n d s lor t h e program have
been requested in t h e S t a t e University budget.
T l v proposed doctoral program is
designed primarily for persons who
have chosen education a.s a protessioiial career and who show evidence of intellectual ability .oiil prole Slollal promise. It. is expected lliat
each s t u d e n t Will lake about hall ol
his course anil seminal' work in h i ,
educational specialization and related studies, a n d about hall in studies
selected from the humanities and
.social studies. Present plans call for
in initial enrollment ol not more
Hi,in 'J:> s t u d e n t s this fall
The final election of State's first
campus king will take place tomorrow evening a t State Fair between
7:30 and 10 p.m. S t u d e n t s may vote
for the candidate of their choice by
placing money in the containers at
the Campus King booth in lower
Husted near the cafeteria.
Michael Sabini '60, President of
the Forum of Politics, announces
t h a t t h e well-known lecturer, Douglas Hurd, will speak today a t 1 p.m.
m Draper 349.
Douglas Hurd, speaking on the
Candidates for the title will be
ti pic "Challenge to Britain in the
19S0's," is being co-sponsored by the present in t h e booth d u r i n g the last
Albany B r a n c h
of t h e English half hour of voting. T h e candidates,
Speaking Union a n d the F o r u m of all Seniors, are Charles Fowler,
Philip Shepherd. Robert Helwig.
Politics.
Mr. Hurd is a member of the Unit- David Feldman, Paul Hooker, and
ed Kingdom Missions to the United Jack Anderson.
Nations. He was appointed Second
T h e winner will be announced at
Secretary to tills United Kingdom
11 p.m. and will be crowned in Page
Missions on F a r E a s t e r n m a t t e r s in
Hall by Ann Flctnming, this year's
1956'. T h e Mis.-ions include a staff of
Campus Queen. Ann will also prediplomats and experts to a.ssist r e p sent the new king with a gift cerresentatives from the United Kingtificate, courtesy of t h e Co-op.
dom.
The election of a Campus King is
Mr. Hurd won a scholarship to
Eton at the age of twelve. He com- a new feature this year. However,
pleted his military service with the the directors hope to m a k e this elecRoyal Horse Artillery and entered tion an annual event as part of
Trinity College, Cambridge, where Slate Fair. The winner will be delie won a first-class degree in his- termined by t h e a m o u n t of money
tory Al Cambridge he was elected lie receives from the student body
President ol the Cambridge Union The purpose of using money as a
means
ol
voting
is
to
help
• the student debating bodyi.
In 19.C lie entered the British achieve the goal behind S t a t e Fair,
Furenin Service at the top of the this being to raise a sum ol money
ve.ir' list ol e n t r a n t s . He was sent large enough to finance i State
lo Peking, China in 195-1 and in 195(i student's studying abroad next year
returned to London by way of Outer as well as a foreign student's studynig here
Mongolia. Siberia and Moscow
.Smith, Associate Professor of C h e m istry, and Dr. Morris Berger, Associate Professor of Education.
A dancing group from Milne will
feature Lydia K. Murray, Assistant
Professor of H e a 11 h, Elizabeth
Glass, Assistant Professor of E d u c a tion, J a n e DeSantis, A n i t a D u n n ,
Assistant Professor of Education,
and R o y a n n Salm, Assistant Professor of Business.
O t h e r Highlights
Also featured in S t a t e Fair are
Phi Delta's presentation of Club
Blackbird, Psi G a m m a ' s Dance Hall,
Chi Sigma'.-, North Hudson Show,
and I n t e r n a t i o n a l Film Group's p r e sentation of a continuous cartoon
show. S t u d e n t Union Board Will sell
Fair programs and chances on a
door prize. State College News will
put out a special edition on sale in
Page Hall for 5c.
Campus K i n g
For the first lime, a Campus King
will be elected by money ballots.
Also girls will have late permission
upon p a y m e n t of a quarter.
Schedule Tomorrow
8:00 a in. One-half of each fraternity pledge class reports
to set up.
10.(10 a.m. Two representatives from
each group having a concession report to set up
their booth. T h e r e will be
a $'.l fine for all those not
present before noon.
7:i)t) p.m. Faculty Review,
Page
Hall.
7 :to p i n . Ad concessions
open.
Campus King elections
start.
('milmiK il mi Pmjv ) , Column li
T h e doctoral program will be con
,|u,i,e<l initially in the late alternoon, evening, S a t u r d a y morning
i l l H | suiiuner sessions.
I'M abllshmenl ol a doctoral pro
grain 111 the Albans area ha., been
under study since 1951, and has been
approved by various eiluc.iiion.il
group.,, including the .Stale Council
oi School S u p e r i n t e n d e n t s and the
M a l e T e a c h e r s Association.
Notice
Today is tiie last day for a p plications to be m a d e for counsellors in t h e women's dormitories. Application blanks may be
picked up in the Housing O L
lice ami should be returned no
later t h a n 5 p.m. today, according to It. Keith IMunscy, Housing Officer.
I here a r c counsellor
Jobs
available in Allien, Itrubacher,
and Here
Hails.
Photo by lilley
Which one will it be? Campus King Candidate,, nose for p h o t o g r a p h e r s : 1. to r., I'hilin
Hubert Helwig, David Feldman, Jack Anderson, Paul Hooker, and Chuck Fowler.
Shepnard,
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