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STATE COLLEGE NEWS
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 6 .
Huber Speaks Community Ambassadore to
Speak on European Visit
Father Raphael Huber, O.F.M..
Professor of History at St. Anthony's-on-the-Hudson, will speak
on the topic "Christianity Not A
Syncretism of Judaism and or Paganism" at the Newman Club meeting Sunday, March 1, at 7:30 p.m.
Father Huber, S.TX>., S.T.M., was
formerly a Professor of Church
History at the Catholic University,
and a Professor of Church History
at St. Peter's College. He is a graduate of Innsbruck, Austria, and the
Vatican School of Paleodranhv anri
Andrew I r a n e 11 a, Community
Ambassador from Albany hi 1959,
will speak and show colored slides
of his visit to Europe last summer,
in Brubacher, Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Since Iranella spent the major
part of his trip in Holland, this
country will be highlighted. Slides
of Rome, the Rhine River, Venice,
and i.hp ai"= " " " - ' - • - '--
The Community Ambassador program is sponsored by the Albany
Junior Chamber of Commerce, its
purpose being to send a good will
ambassador abroad as a representative to help promote international
understanding. The person selected
stays ten weeks in the country and
surrounding areas. He or she lives
a resident family and all exs are paid.
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Semi-Formal Dance 'Exotica'
HighLights Weekend Activities
Men's Hall and all of the small
women's group houses will jointly
present a semi-formal dance "Exotica" tomorrow evening from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. in the new Dining Hall.
The woman's group houses participating are East, Grant. Jackson,
Lake, Madison, Park, and Partridge
Houses.
Music for the dance will be provided by Henry Torgan and his
band. Decorations will be m keeping with the exotic, theme, and refreshments will be served.
GuesLs will enter through
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middle patio-side door of Men's Hall.
Girl.; who attend have been granted
2 a m. h mrs.
Committees
"Exotic t" co-chairmen are Diane
Lehmon
and
Steward
Crowell,
Ire-.hnn n. Serving on various commit U ei arc: Betty Pliegl, graduate
student, Phyllis Beys and Judith
M e l d r i m , Sophomores, Margaret
Black. Ross Dunn, Harry Holze,
Richard Koepsell. Donald Noble,
Anita Pepe, Beverly Pern'. Anthony
Pipit one, Lawrence Simmons. EQizabi th Hloger, Jack Spaulding, Teresa
Tomaszewski and Rose Marie Treceasi, freshmen.
Chaperones
Chaperunes will be Paul T. Schaefer, Professor of Mathematics, and
Mrs. Schaefer. and David Treharne,
Resident Hall Director of
Hall, and Mrs. "rs-eharne.
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Guests are the following housemothers: Mrs. Elsie Lange, Mrs.
James MeKiernan, Mrs. Ethel McLaughlin, Mrs. Marion Miner, Mrs.
Leola Mosely, Mrs. Agnes Tull, and
Mrs. Gertrude Woods.
Bru Women
Fete Faculty
Brubacher Hall will hold its a n nual Faculty Evening tonight from
8-12 p.m. Entertainment will be presented by botli students and faculty.
Bridge and other card games will
follow in the Lower Lounge. Punch
will be served all evening and a
.small bullet, will be held at 11 p.m.
in the Private Dining Room.
Chairmen of the evening
are
Teddi Newton and Eleanor Saboski,
Sophmores. Assisting them will be
Pearl Sherman '62, Invitations; P a t ricia Robcnolt, '62. Invitations; and
Rhoda Cobb '(13, Entertainment.
The faculty will have the opportunity lo tour the dorm, anil the
students will have a chance to get
to know the faculty on an informal
basis.
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quires two-thirds vote of the members present to be passed.
The waiting period of one week
was included so that in the case of
three excused absences, a Senator
would have time to present his excuse to Senate or resign before being tried lor impeachment by Myskania.
One year ago, ihree points stood bctw en Albany State's debut in national basketball competition and a routine season.
Farleigh Dickinson earned the right to represent district 31 of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics at the national tourney held at Kansas City by beating the Peds in the final round of the regional playofT, 56-53.
State has another chance to make the trip after a last minute decision by athletic
department officials to accept P i t t s b u r g h ' s rejected bid to the four team Montclair,
N. J. event, that began last night.
It was a Cinderella finish for the team that thought its season had ended last
Saturday at Cortland.
Making the news even more thrilling to Coach Dick
(~*rii-\\r*iri
/ p / ~ / \ \ r p c Sauers and his 10 man squad is the fact that it climaxed
\-UfJIUII L C L / U / C J a n U phiu battle from a rocky season start that saw the
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team dip below .500 twice.
On
Juvat&t h out middle name (4M- T. Ca.i
B u l t n e PecLs
J c l l e d a t t h e N A 1 A Christmas Invitation
at Asbury Park over the holidays, dealing Glassboro a
A rj.Q r*. iff j ft 1111 m heartbreaking double overtime defeat to win the championMIlo
K*UI IILUIUIII
S hip of the eight team tourney.
Wednesday at 8 p.m. in Brubacher
From that point there was no .stopping a determined
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lounge, the first lecture in the seDes sponsored tliis semester by the
atiue will be delivered by Professor
epartment of Comparative LiterHarry C a plan of Cornell University,
announces Dr. Edith O. Wallace,
Department Chairman.
His discussion, open to students as
well as to the faculty, will consider
the continued influence of the ancient
tradition
of
Oratory
and
Rhetoric.
In addition to being a scholar ill
the field of classical literature, Prolessor Caplan is also the author of
several publications, including the
edition and translation ol Cicero s
Ad llcrennium in the Loeb classics,
i work entitled .Mediaeval Artes
1'raedicandi and published by the
Cornell University Press, and an
edition and translation of Pico della
Miraiidolas On Imagination.
The second lecturer in the scries
will be Professor Mario Pei. who
will appear on March 25. He will be
llowed on April 27 by Professor Leo
Spitzer, and on May 13 by Professor
Robert Clements.
last nine s t a r t s ,
Plattsbureh Rejects t the slow start
had
cast
a tourney bid be_
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fore Plattsburgh announced it was
.lot going to Montclair. The move
paved the way for the Ped's third
try for the trip to Kansas City and
Robert Steinhauer '112 announce.-) all the marbles.
Word of the sudden development
that the annual State College Revue
will be produced next Friday and spread like a prairie fire through
Saturday, March 11 and 12, at 8:30 Hie college Still excited over the
p m i n ' P a g e Hall. Steinhauer will Cortland tourney, the fans were
direct the cast ol State students in electrified at the news which also
their presentation of the musical, brought elated responses irom the
' staff of the Athletic department and
Guys and Dolls.
faculty
xjiis show, whose lyrics and musk
For Sauers' word that State had
written by Prank Loesser, rm the bid that had orifeinally gone to
w e r P
, m Broadway lor over two years. It a r c h riy.it
P i t t s b u r g h was particucon tarns some twenty hit songs, j. i r jj. g o o < J nfiW!i
| j e i l a i j insisted all
among them, "Bushel and a Peck," v c i i r t h a t n i s t e a m w a s a better ball
Take Back Your Mink,'' Sit Down, club
P i t t s b u r g h , but didn't
t h a n
You're Rocking
the Boat," and get a chance to prove it until it
Luck Be a Lauy Tonight."
seemed too late—at the Cortland
Ralph Smith as Sky Masterson, liiurncy—when he finally beat Joe
Sue Norton as Sarah Brown, Fran- Jastrab's northmen.
Plattsburgll's withdrawal set up
ces Fleck as Adelaide, Danny Labeille as Nathan Detroit, Joe Ball as last night's contest with tall MaryNicely-Nicely Johnson, and Robert land State. The winner is slated to
Fox as Benny Southstreet will ap- meet the winner of the other semipear in the lead roles ol the show. final, between P r a t t and Montc!au\
George Harris, assisted by Mary Lir tonight,
The losers ol Uie semi-finals will
(iiass, Walt Peters, and Jan Dyckman. is Uie musical director Sue meet in a preliminary of the title
James, allied by Jim Clavell, is m game tonight.
The linal plan.-, tor the Junior charge of the choreography. Some
formal Weekend have been com- thirty oi lorty State students will
pleted, according to Co-chairmen appear in the extravaganza
Sylvia Juriga and I.oin.v Toruat.ore
Th Lets irf now on ,ale lor Uie
Friday's Events
.show at Lie- student counter m Uie
I-'rida;, night iiom !l pin to 1 a.m
a LO . . jijerade parly will be held at i IV.IT pel isl \ le o! lower Draper tor
ilii- Polish American Hall with the $1
Cru .aders Irom Holy Cross supplvmu
i he inn n lor tin- al lair.
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Guys& Dolls
Plans Set For
Junior Prom
President
Dick
Rooillson
told
Senate that, valid excuses for absences are:
1. Sickness.
1. It shall be the duty of each
2. Family d e a t h
or problems.
Senator to attend each Senate meetSchoolwot'k, exams and club meeting.
ings other than Senate will not, be
2. A Senator may be excused at considered valid excuses
the discretion of the President by
Noticeable at. this week's Senate
nol .'\ ins; trie President, before Senate mi cling. The President shall wen three members ol M.yskania
Jim
decide how such n .lilication .shall and a member of Cabinet,
be . iven and what v. id constitute a Dougherty helped to clarify matruts on procedure and nave suggesvalid excuse.
tions as to the dutle.s of Senate
;t Should a Senator have three committees.
Uliexctlsed absence.-,, the Sivrelar,
Elaine Ha user and Clifford Demu- Saturday
shall notity the Senate m session
The
Crim.->oii Cotillion" lormal
at. which tune a motion of impeach- rest were approved as Co-Editors of
bail will be held al, the Sheraton
ment shall automatically he moved Pre.hiiiaii Handbook.
Come to Senate next week when Ten Eyek Hotel Saturday, .March
and .seconded. This motion .shall be
2f), Irom It) p.m. to 2 a.m. The music
i.diled for one week. The motion re- they pass the hat.
will be pioi ided by Richard Mall.by
and hi , orchestra.
Mm day
Sunday ulternoon from :t-;> p.m
Uie weekend acliwtn.s will be drawn
to a close with a jazz concert that
will n a t u r e the St James Society
This will be a repeat perlormalice
ol this law, organization from Holy
Cr...v,, their last one being the
Ho.oin ; Twenties Party" sponsored
b.\ SUB
ConiiiiilU'es
l'lie following cin'iunll
tees have
committees
been carrying out the various steps
in selling up tin weekend lestivllies:
Publicity , Frances Liston and Judilli
Skocylas,
Decorations, Julie
Sterner; Programs. Rosalie Fendlck
and Barbara Cladyslewicz;
Bids,
Catherine Casaceh and Lois Smith,
Inlonnal Parly, Margaret Kropak
did Diane Hunk; Jazz Concert,
Marie Miranda and John Sullivan,
Prom Orchestra, Barbara Llbuus.
Bids are expected to go on sale
suinellmc 111 the near future at the
student booth In the lower peristyle
Members of Senate Finance committee disc list, procedure relating to
in Draper.
budgets lor the next year.
R
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This year's Senate got into full
swing with passage of Senate Rules.
There was discussion on the impeachment clause of the bill. After
the trouble with two impeachment
cases last semester, Senate tried
t.., state in black and white the exact,
procedure
for
impeachment
without any loopholes. An amendment concerning Senator absences
was made by a sharp
freshman
Senator. The motion is its follows:
NO. 7
State Vies for Regional N A I A
Basketball Honors at Montclair
By CAROL MALFOZZI
Senate Clarifies Procedure
For Senatorial Impeachment
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VOL. XLV.
ALBANY. N E W YORK, FRIDAY. MARCH 4 , I 9 6 0
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Senate:
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The sti
7 p.m. to
2 p.m. to
Sundays,
ly one tl
the piopt
vide a means oi rapid campus communication. Broadcasting v. ill be
done according to FCC regulations
and the station will be operated by
.students.
Programming will feature semiila-.sial and show music with news
on the half hour. Advertising will be
held to a maximum of one minute of
MI.-, lor every thirty minutes oi
programming
State College News
I960
Alpha Epsilon
Initiates Four
New Officers
State Fair Hits
Expected Quota
State Fair this year was deemed
a linancial success with the aniioiinccinciit ol approximately $1,1,it)
being raised. '1 he winning show was
put on by Pin Delta, winch has flu
privilege ol putting "li the opening
-how next year Club Blackbird mad,
$U0..r>:> lor Phi Delta
Myskania .sponge throw netted $!)7 Uu to glv<
them Iir.sl place in booth compel)
Hon
The highlight ol the evening Wat
the faculty show which was the top
nu,ne> -maker. Students paid a total
1 $200.65 to see State's lacullj put
n the opening show
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Senior Jack Anderson was crowned
State Fair's first Campus King by
Ann Fleming, Campus Queen
In
order to vote in the election sludents contributed to the candidate ol
their choice Anderson won with a
total ol $10.2-1 out id the 4to8:! conti United
As soon as a definite total IS cilllpuled, if will be decided whether
State will be able to participate
m U u
' fcn-ultjll exchange program.
Arieen Luick 'till announces the
installation ol the new officers ol
Alpha Eixsilon, professional education sorority. Ann Marie Sunstrand
was elected President. Mary Galj . , , ^ , , . , . W i U S elected Vice-President;
jvi;ll-y cioss was chosen Secretary,
the new Treasurer is Laurie
an(j
McCullough. All the newly elected
11 no ;.s are Juniors.
Mlss Elizabeth Class ol the Education Depa.Ulient ol Milne School
was named lacullj advisor.
Alpha Epsilon is working with Dr.
Mauict/, Johnson, Professor of Education and v. ith the men's education
IraternitN
Kappa Phi Kappa, on
,|,
Drop-out" .survey.
ftotiice
Pi Gumma Mu will present a
Social Studies Evening on Thursday at K p.m. in iirubacher
Lower Lounge. Social studies
majors and minors are especially encouraged to hear Professor
lluns Kohll, u leading authority
on nationalism, sneak on "Nationalism lu the Middle Fast—
Reflections on a Trip Just Completed." Iti iit-sliiiients will be
served.
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STATE C O L L E G E N E W S FRIDAY. MARCH 4.
Is This All We're Worth?
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Are we well represented at collegiate sports events
with only five cheerleaders? Is representation an important aspect of our college life?
Four cheerleaders went to the Cortland Tournament
last weekend to represent a school of 2500. We feel that
this does not speak well for a school of our size and
stature.
At the tournament we observed performances from
at least ten cheerleaders, a majorette squad, and a band
from Plattsburg, about the same number of cheerleaders
from Oswego, Buffalo and Brockport, and, of course, an
en masse representation from Cortland.
One of the purposes for having only five cheerleaders
supposedly has been to eliminate any correlation between
"high school" and college cheering squads. This, perhaps,
is also the reason for the lack of formation routines. Contrary to opinions from those who claim to know, we found
performances by other cheering squads to be spirited, enthusiastic, and Collegiate.
A comment was also made that the only time any
cheerleaders received response was during the excitement
of a close game. Once again we must disagree. Perhaps our
lack of response was more noticeable since we had approximately 50 Albany rooters, while schools such as Plattsburg
had as many as six bus loads of students. We feel however,
with the right type of leadership, 50 people could contribute as much response as 200.
Solely Pedagogues?
We have been staring at the seal of the State University of New York for the past four vears. Although for the
first two years the stare was a look of awe. in these past
two years it has been a look of question.
The seal states "Let each become all he is capable of
being." This is a beautiful saying, but it seems to us that
New York State has the opinion that we are only capable
of being teachers, farmers, mechanics, seamen, or doctors.
There doesn't sem to be any room in our university for
pre-med students, business administration students or for
liberal arts students. Why?
Why does the University persist in retaining so many
small colleges scattered throughout the state which can
only give a limited education to a small number of people?
We realize that a large central university may have
many faults conected with it, but we feel that the opporportunities offered to college students would far overshadow these drawbacks.
It is a well known fact that more students leave ",'ew
York State to get an education than other states send acre.
We believe that these New York State students have no
choice. They cannot get the kind of education that they
want from a tuition free New York State school, and they
cannot afford to go to a private university. The door is
beginning to close on these emigrants because the other
state universities are making room lor their own residents.
I960
STATE COLLEGE N E W S
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By
the
J o h n T r e m b l e ; '60, p r e s i d e n t of
Inter-Fraternity
Council,
announced today t h a t he a d m i n i s t r a t i o n
refused to accept t h e r e c o m m e n d a t i o n s p a s s e d by I F C t o m o v e u p
r u s h i n g f r o m its p r e s e n t t i m e , t h e
f i r s t w e e k in F e b r u a r y , t o t h s e e o n d w e e k in D e c e m b e r .
D r . D a v i d H a i l ley, D e a n of M e n .
r e p r e s e n t e d t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n at
t h e m e e t i n g . D r . H a r t ' e y felt t h a t
" t h e psychological a n d
academic
a b r u p t n e s s of t h m o v i n g u p of t h e
r u s h p e r i o d would be t l - ' t n i n e n i ' a l
to t h e i n c o m i n g f r e s h m e n m e n . "
T h e r e c o m m e n d a t i o n . - ^ p a s s e d by
I_FC a t a r e g u l a r m e e t i n g l a s t m o n t h
Feel hurt
mut-h?
(let a
DUAL FILTER DOES IT!
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DETONATOR
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' A l i t t l e u r c u j ) nf willful m e n
HIP
HIP,
would h a v e e l i m i n a t e d entirely t h e
4. E a c h f r a t e r n i t y will b e a l l o w e d
dual bidding dates and necessitate one formal rush party.
t h e b i d d i n g of b o t h i . p p e r c l a s s m e n
5. T h e r e w i l l b e n o i n f o r m a l r u s h
and freshmen at the fame time.
parties.
6. A l l - c o l l e g e O p e n H o u s e s w i l l
T h e r e c o m m e n d a t i o n s p a s s e d by
not be considered rush parties. E a c h
a v o t e of t h r e e t o o n e w i t h S i g m a
fraternity will b e allowed o n e o p e n
Lambda Sigma
c a s t i n g t h e only
house per r u s h period.
negative vote a r e listed as follows:
7. A n y r u s h i n g r e g u l a t i o n s
not
1. R u s h i n g s h a l l b e g i n t h e first 1 s u p e r c e d e d b y t h i s m o t i o n a r e s t i l l
d a y of c l a s s e s .
in e f f e c t .
2. B i d s s h a l l b e i s s u e d o n c e a y e a r
Dr. H a r t l e y objected t o only secon the M o n d a y before
C h r i s t m a s t i o n s 1, 2, 3, a n d 7 of t h e a b o v e p r j vacation.
1 o s a l s a n d f e l t t h a t it w a s n e c e s .'!. P l e d g e d u t i e s s h a l l be s u s p e n d - s a r y f o r t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n to v e t o
ed f r o m J a n u a r y 10 u n t i l t h e b e g i n - t h e p r o p o s a l s if t h e C o u n c i l w o u l d
n i n g of s e c o n d s e m e s t e r .
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on Page 1), Column
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horse!
Fragments
W e l l i t ' s - H e c k ' W e e k - t i m e to
stay away from a l l tnose place,
w h e r e t h a t s t r a n g e b r e e d of f e m i n inity k n o w n as t h e sorority pledge
c h o o s e s i.i) s e e k c u t i v y - c i a d f r a t e r n i t y m e n in o r d e r t o b o m b a r d t h e m
w i t h t h e u s u a l q u o t a of u n u s u a l l y
ridiculous
questions,
requests
for
essays and the I k e .
So, I h a v e f o r s a k e n .ill f o r m s o.'
he worldly a n d the sensuous and
Liken refuge behind ' n e heretofoie
i m p r e g n a b l e w a l l s of o u r G r e e k
Castle.
D'ONOI KIO
r e p r e s e n t i n g no nninion but their own.''
— Woorfrow W i l s o n
HOORAY!
W e ' v e b e e n a d v i s e d t o b e m o r e s u b t l e . S o w e ' r e u o . n g I. > be s u b t l e
W o r d ha.-, L t h a t a C E R T A I N T E A M t h a t p l a y s wi h a b a s k e t b a l l r e c e n t d a bid to t h e D i s t r i c t 31 N A I A r e g i o n a l p l a y o f f s . W e ' r e not g o i n g to
m e n t i o n t h e t e a m because w e ' r e going t o be s u b t l e . We're n o t e v e n going
to s a y w h a t N A I A m e a n s . H o w e v e r , w e will s a y c o n g r a t u l a t i o n s for
r e c e i v i n g t h e bid a n d g o o d l u c k h i t h e t o u r n a m e n t , w h o e v e r y o u m a y b e
I h a d j u s t s e t t l e d d o w n to a s e r i o u s e v e n i n g of T . V . v i e w i n g , w h e n E L E C T I O N S O F S T A T E
t h e r e was a k n o c k at t h e door
N o b o d y c a n w i n all t h e t i m e — s o m e lose m o r e t h a n o t h e r . .
W h y be
T h r o w i n g c a u t i o n t o t h e w i n d s 1 b r a v e w h e n y o u l o s e ? Yell a l i t t l e , s c r e a m , t h r e a t e n to t h r o w u p , a n d
opened the doo•
p r e s e n t a h a g g a r d l u c e t o t h e w o r l d . W h e t h e r y o u ' r e a l i t t l e kno'Ai,
O h h h ! T h e s i g h t t h a t g r e e t e d m y " w o r k e r b e h i n d t h e s c e n e s " , a p e r s o n e v e r y b o d y k n o w s a n d n o b o d y like 1
bloodshot eyes.
I t w a s h o r r i b l e ! o r . s o m e o n e " w h o w i l l . a l w a y s be l o v e d " , y o u s t i l l lost. W h y b e a ninrtji''T h e r e w e r e t h o u s a n d s of t h e m , w u h M a k e a s c e n e .
their b u r l a p nightgowns, their raw
eggs, t h e i r green pens, their red L E T ' S G E T M O V I N G .
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c a m e in a n d e i m p e d :n t h e l i v i n g
r o o m , u s i n g t h e f o o t ;f t h e f r o n t L O W L I E S T P L E D G E :
s t a i r s a.s a f o r w a r d o b s e r v a t i o n p o s t .
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m y Hell M o t h e r ' s
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of H i s t o r y a n d A r t , a r e by e o n temporary artists, and rover a
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a direct bearing on die situation
h e r e a t S t a t e . S i n c e t h i s is a T e a c h e r s College, s u p p o r t e d by
taxpayers, we n a t u r a l l y n a v e to m a i n t a i n " c e r t a i n s t a n d a r d s " (as people
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s t a n d a r d s e x c e p t in a v a g u e c o n d e m n a t i o n of a n y t h i n g t h a t c r e a t e s
a s t i r in t h e p l a c i d p u d d l e in w h i c h
wc a r e t o p i d l v s o a k i n g .
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public
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o p i n i o n , a n y a v a n t - g a r a e g r o u p is
on d a n g e r o u s g r o u n d s . B u t
even
with this pressure being exerted,
1 w o u l d s a y t h a t t h e r e is a n a v a n t g a r d e h e r e a t S t a t e . They are, h o w e v e r , n o t i n t e r e s t e d in a n a b u n d a n t
s u p p l y of p u b l i c i t y , h a v i n g l e a r n e d
a lesson f r o m t h e P r i m e r - g r o u p a
lew y e a r s a g o . T h e s c h o o l s e r v e s
a.s a focal p o i n t — i t p r o v i d e s a n
o p p o r t u n i t y for s t u d e n t s to b e c o m e
acquainted with b o t h
knowledge
1 t h r o u g h classes' and with people.
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D u r i n g a r e c e n t c o n v e r s a t i o n w u h be f o r m e d - - n e b u l o u s o n e s to b e s u r e
a n i n s t r u c t o r , a c o u p l e ol i n t e r e s t -but h e l d t o g e t h e r b y c o m m o n i n i n g p o i n t s a b o u t G t a t e C o l l e g e w e r e t e r e s t s o u t s i d e of s c h o o l .
raised—poln'ts which n a \ e a m u c h
As t o t h e q u e s t i o n ' S h o u l d t h e r e
b r o a d e r i m p l i c a t i o n t h a n m i g h t be be a n a v a n t - g a r d e ? " , it w o u l d s e e m
g a t h e r e d f r o m a first
i n s p e c t i o n o b v i o u s t h a t t h e r e s h o u l d be if o n l y
Specifically,
the
quc.-aions
d e a l t t o m a k e t h e " n o i m a l " p e o p l e of t h e
w i t h " I s t h e r e a n a v a n t - g a r d e a t w o r l d a l i t t l e m o r e s e c u r e in t h e i r
A l b a n y S t a t e ' ' " a n d "If t h e r e is. r i g h t e o u s n e s s .
should there b e 0 "
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T o begin w i t h , t h e t e r m " a v a n t - b e j n t r y i n g to lit t e a c h e r s into a
for
years.
Recently
there
g a r d e " is s u s p c . i l .
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m o r e r e s p e c t a b l e , sav t h a n " B e a t - s e e m s to be a swing t o w a r d s recognik," a v a n t - g a r d e " s m a c k s a little nizing t h a i a person m i g h t possibly
too m u c h of b e a r d s a.iG S e n 3 u d - still be a g o o d t e a c h e r w i t h o u t b e ensm to b e c o m p l e t e l y
a c c e p t a b l e ing a w a l k i n g , t a l k i n g m o d e l of
1 l u r a l i t '.
In
fact,
D u e t o t h e d i l i g e n t e f f o r t s of m a g - m i d d l e - c l a s s
a z i n e s r a n g i n g from Life to C o n - s o m e d a y , t h e r e m a y be m o r e e d u f i d e n t i a l l a n d tiii.s d e g r e e of r a n g e r i i t i o n a n d l e s s i n d o e ' r m a t i o n i n could easily
be q u e s t i o n e d ) ,
th» volved in t e a c h i n g .
p u b l i c h a s , in i t s o w n
inimitable
By K e n n e t h Taylor
w a y , m e r g e d all t e r m s s u c h a.s
E d . .Vote: T h i s c o l u m n a n d all
" a v a n t - g a r d e , " " B e a t , " a n u " B o h e - f e a t u r e a r t i c l e s of s i m i l a r
nature
m i a n " i n t o o n e v a s t m e s s of m i s - will b e d i s c o n t i n u e d i n d e f i n i t e l y .
I t h i n k it o n l y f i t t i n g t h a t , a s a
pleasant change, T h e Prism should
reflect a new v i e w p o i n t — a n
idea
not necessarily different from one
t h a t I m i g h t have, out more imp o r t a n t , a n 1 d e a e x p r e s s e d in a
style more objective and
perhaps
even m o r e
comprehensible
than
m i n e a p p e a r s t o be. A n d so, d e a r
r e a d e r s , we h a v e t h i s w e e k a g u e s t
writer—one whose literary
talents
a n d a c c o m p l i s h m e n t s far o u t n u m b e r a n y t o w h i c h thi.s s t r u g g l i n g
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T o the Editor:
W e w o u l d l i k e t o s a y t h a n k s to
everyone
who helped
make
this
year's S t a t e F a i r a successful F a i r to M i s s L e s t e r a n d t h e faculty, w h o
put on an excellent Opening Show;
to t h e g r o u p c o m m i t t e e c h a i r m e n
who so capabiy h a n d l e d their booths;
to t h e S t a t e C o l l e g e N e w s , w h o g a v e
u s s u c h g o o d c o v e r a g e ; a n d t o all
t h e p e o p l e w h o c a m e to t h e F a i r
and spent their money.
As soon as we h a v e a definite
c a l c u l a t i o n ol m o n e y m a d e , we will
d e c i d e w h e t h e r w e will be a b l e t o
t a k e p a r t in a p r o g r a m t o s e n d o n e
of o u r J u n i o r s to E u r o p e for t h e
. s u m m e r a s well a s t o b r i n g a f o r e i g n
s t u d e n t , h e r e to s t u d y n e x t y e a r .
Co-chairmen,
Camie Everett.
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MARCH
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Spying Sports
"Gripes? - N e v e r !
By DAN
NEWS
4,
LABEILLIC
STATE C O L L E G E
Tourney
Notes
Bv JIM
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DOUGHERTY
State University of New York Invitational Basketball
Tournament — All-Tournament Team Selections:
The time has come for all you sport cynics to crawl
COLLEGE
YEAR
I IT.
WT.
NAME
back into your little perverted dens of wisdom and cease At the end of the first round of
t o u r n a m e n t play, every team of the
Don
Cohen
Albany
Jr.
6'5"
215
all this griping. For two years I have heard grunts and first
league won, except Men's and
groans from the pseudo-apathetics concerning schol spirit, SLS. Now t h e fireworks ought to Ron Davis *
Oswego
Sr.
6'5"
200
the team, Page Hall, new uniforms, etc. Even though at s t a r t as Tire Losers, Goobers, EEP, Dick Kraft
Brockport
Jr.
6'5"
175
K B , APA, and the Oniontimes I have done my own share of griping, I am sorry. Potter.
Angelo Con die
Cortland
Jr.
5'11"
160
towners press for the
championI have finally awakened to the fact that this was a good ship. I may t a s t e the shoelaces Jack Potter
Pittsburgh
Jr.
5'10"
155
again, but I will say t h a t the Losers
year for our hoopsters.
For the second time in three years, Oswego's Ron Davis
re my first choice followed by Poi- w a s named the Most Valuable Player of the State Tourney.
No More Gripes
The unexpected happened last weekend. The Albany ter.
PERSONAL GLIMPSES
basketball team took third place at the Cortland Tourna- I hear t h a t State's cheering sec'57—Cortland . . . '58—Oswego . . . '59—Cortland . . .
ment and ended its regular season play with a 16-8 record. tion at t h e Cortland Tournament '60—Oswego . . . Will Albany be able to snap this alterabout as TI u c l i effect as a
The Sauersmen progressed surprisingly throughout the had
whisper in a whirlwind. Estimate nation of champions at the close of next season? . . . From
season, and to the surprise of many, there was an amazing of the n u m b e r of Stall f a n s at the way Albany and P i t t s b u r g h played Friday night
Cortland was between lorty and fif- (against Cortland and Oswego respectively), their game
amount of school spirit among the players themselves.
This is not admirable in view
This past week brought about some more good news for ofty. the
s u p p o r t t h a t the other tour- Saturday for third position could just as easily have been
the Peds. A bid to the District 31 NAIA tournament at n a m e n t teams .eeeiv d from then- for the championship . . . Albany loses only Denny Johnson
Montclair, N. J. was sent to Albany State. They met Mary- schools. Considering the team'.-, . . . All but starter Ron McGovern will return for P i t t s respectable play a whisker
land State last night. If we win both nights we will go to highly
from the championship>, I believe burgh . . . Cortland's Angelo Condie set a school scoring
Kansas City on Monday. This is progress.
that they deserve m o r e
support record against Potsdam by clicking for 3fi points including
than they get. S l a t e has one more 16 free throws. . . .
chance to prove t h a ' they appreWe often gripe about our cheerleaders and school ciate
FIGHT TEAM FIGHT ??.'
the efforts of ihe team. .s
spirit. For the information of those who are not aware little organization would go a Ion;
Albany was dumped-on quite often at the tournament
of the fact, we had quite a crowd cheering for the team at way in a r r a n g i n g a suitable send- concerning the "penormance" and dull uniforms of our
and respectable support at the
Cortland last weekend. Four of oui cheerleaders did some off
cheerleaders . . . P i t t s b u r g h and Cortland definitely had
future NAIA
tournament
colorful exercises on the floor to lead the crowd in some
the best display of cheerleading . . . Albany had better
original cheers. Joe Zwicklebauer, in a sudden whim of Hats off to the United State'., shape-up or ship-out. . . .
gung-hoism, became State's first male cheerleader. This hockey team. Their victory over the
NATIONAL FAME AHEAD
Soviet team and suosequent
gold
is spirit.
Until Tuesday the Sauersmen's third place finish at
medal boosted the morale of AmerCortland was the climax to an outstanding season. P i t t s athletes throughout the counConcerning new uniforms we have also had improve- ican
try and the world. V was a grea: burgh, however, rejected a bid to the regional NAIA playment. The diamondmen will be wearing new outfits this team victory and a valuable dem- offs. This rejection gave the hoopsters the chance to imyear. We cannot replenish every team with new equipment onstration of spirit, to every Ameri- prove on their 16-8 season and possibly land a berth in
all in one year, but this is a start.
can.
the national NAIA finals next week in Kansas City. The
Sauersmen are due! They lost out in the regional finals
Question of the week. Who is ihe
Although Page Hall is small, its uniqueness in size has club-footed
ex-soccer captain that for the past two years, but this year anything can happen
been a deciding factor in some of this year's victories. May- is roaming the halls of the school? with these men.
be the cheering crowd on all four sides of the court scares
the visitors? Whatever the reason this factor proved itself
at the Suffolk game and the Oswego game.
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Message of the Week
SMILE
Ped Grapplers Close Season
A t Yeshiva After 16-16 Draw
By DICK
VIIOI.V
Varsity wrestling will draw to a close
Peds make their season ending trek to
York City to wrestle a team they have
margins in past years.
State drew with a surprising Hobart
day in a fast match that featured
pins by Lou Biosi and Jay Katzel.
Biolsi, a conslstant winner in ree n t atempts, put the Peds ahead by
a first period"pin in his leadoff 123
pound cla.ss. It loked like a S t a t e
win, in fact, until late in the m a t c h
when Hobart rallied to pull to a 1616 draw and h a n d the Peds their
first tie of the season.
KaUel also scored a ptr. m Ills
130 pound class.
Pause Win*
Ace Dave Pause was held to a
decision against the best m a n on the
Hobart staff, and thus turned out to
be the end of the .scoring for State.
T h e draw m a d e the varsity record
one win and seven losses to the tie
Hobart is still wlnless with a IJ-5-1
log with a m a t c h lelt to play
T h e series with Yeshiva was renewed this ..eason after an intermillion in 1959 due to scheduling
problems The New York team bad
lust to S t a l e . ;i:i-.), in their previous
two encounters.
T h e match will end a I r u , r a t i n g
season for coach Joe Garcia, who
ha.s had to deal with a l n . ^ t ew-ry
t j p e o f problem in a rebuilding jour.
F r e s h m e n Enter Tourney
J o h n Wytowlch and Ted D u s a n enko, both trosh eonux.'tltors for
roach Dob Burlingame, will represent S t a t e in the fifth a n n u a l freshm a n wrestling t o u r n a m e n t a t West
Point today and tomorrow.
Wytowlch, from Richfield Springs.
led the I'ed fro.sh with an 8-H record,
compiling
34 points
Uusanenko,
from New City, was r u n n e r u p with 25
point.', and a 5-3-1 record
M m*xg~
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next week as the
Yeshiva in New
beaten by wide
team last SaturT ^ .
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Bru 1 First League Champs
It's always
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.State fans gave Denny Johnson a standing ovation at Cortland Saturday night
as a fitting tribute for the role he played in bringing his team from a mediocre early
season record to a seven game win streak and third place in the Fourth Annual State
University Tournament at Cortland.
The Peds finished third for the second consecutive year by defeating Plattsburg
63-53 before an overflow crowd as Don Cohen led the attack with 32 points.
Midway in the first half, State scored ten consecutive points to overcome a 23-17
Cardinal lead and from that point never trailed, leading 35-26 at half-time.
Coach Dick Sauers elected to play a deliberate game the second half, building up
a 51-39 third quarter lead and with six minutes remaining led 58-45. State coasted the
rest of the way with substitutes finishing the game.
Two other State players hit for twin figures, with Tonawanda boy John Wallace
connecting for 11, while captain Johnson contributed If). Cohen dominated the boards,
hauling in 17 rebounds, while Bob Dzikowicz snared six. Dzikowicz, also a baseball player, is from Amsterdam.
The Peds shot 51 per cent, clicking on 24 of 47 attempts from the field and an
even 50 percent (15 for 30) from the charity line.
Drop One Pointer
The Stage had been set for the Plattsburgh test the night before when the Albany
quint dropped a 52-51 heartbreaker to Cortland in a game that Sauers claimed "could
have been won by ten had it been on another court."
The Ped mentor had reference to the officiating, commenting that he didn't get
Newly selected ( ii-ruptiiins for m xt w a r , Bowen and Cohen display
much of a break from the referees—particularly for Cohen in the first half
"
grills and trophies before leaving for the NAIA
Tournament.
Nip and Tuck
Cortland could manage only a slim lead the first half, and saw a eleven point
VIA A.
bulge evaporate in the face of a furious Ped rally in the
closing minutes. The Red Dragons' biggest margin came at Qc*A
H i IKIAKC
the 30 minute mark when they led 42-31.
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point, was paced by Cohen/s ten points and a field goal with I N O W I n A C t l O I I
Victorious Bru 1 whipped Beta Zeta by a score of 22-14 2 8 seconds remaining by Rog Casey
in the last scheduled game of the League I season. Bru I
Casey tallied the last two counters of the game on long An eagerly awaited call for spring
now stands as the team with the highest number of points one handers that brought fans to their feet and Cortland baseball coach Boh Buriingame'aii
nounced
a general
meeting
for
and will battle for first place against Phi Delta, League II C o a c n P e t e Corey's eyes to the clock.
pitchers and catchers to be held
Cortland almost literally threw away the game at that at 3:30 Monday afternoon in Page
champions. Pierce Flail ran neck to neck with Phi Delta in
point,
throwing the ball out of bounds to give State posses- RJ'm.
point ratings resulting in a tie between the two teams for
sion with 18 seconds to go.
first place in League II. However. Pierce was defeated by
State, which had been using a full court press, played J £
t ^ t t ' h / f S i n T S
its opponent Tuesday night 26-18. The basketball trophy lor the shot that would win the game, but time ran out March 14 at the s a m e time.
as Casey's shot bounced off the rim at the four second
will be awarded to the triumphant team.
Burlingame, who will nut be able
mark.
to u s e freshmen or transfers in
Pin-Ups!
The thriller ended as the teams scrambled for the ball competition, expressed an interest
WAA pin-ups! On display
the bulletin board. Say, tinder the Albany basket. Cortland controlled the result- in all who wish to com" out. He did
not elaborate in h i s plans other
isn't that your sorority sister What form! You could ing tap.
ilian to s a y t h a t the candidates
High man for the night was Cohen with 18, but the should be "prepared to run."
almost perceive the movement What technique.
hero of defensive play would have to be either Dzikowicz
Varsity Cheerleaders:
or Sherwin Bowen, who teamed to hold Cortland's Angelo Several Working Out
The Varsity cheerleaders, who lraveled to Cortland Condie to 14 points. He had tallied 36 the night before in Several of the Peds have been
working out on their own in prepaopening round action against Potsdam.
last weekend, wish to thank til concerned loi
ration for the season. Scheduled to
Stale's showing m the toiirn Mienl
The encounter was the second for the teams this sea- stall, play on April .'J 111 a home
a sin cess I nun the bleachers .1 well son, with Cortland coming out ahead. 65-57, in regular opener at Bleecker, the Peds will
a.s mi Ihe courts.
have all 17 games in 28 days.
srason
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play earlier in the year.
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I radii 1011a I .s 1 lot il eheel Proving . p . , | .(] teams won their games. Albany handily beat tuie ol Technology 'inc. Brockport,
I lie puml 1 lial good thnig.s come 111 () S( ( ( (
both ol which the Ped-. meet, on
Corner ONTARIO and BENSON
.in.ill packages. Albany's .supporters N. Y . Maritime, 70-40, in a game that was never close as the mad T h e 'iieetine Willi BrockI h.HI li 111.ill in >.umbel. were .-•' rone Cohen again dominated the scoring with 22 points. The port will be a barn ,:n bill while
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tall junior grabbed 14 rebounds to share honors with ll "' itoehesier colli e.a A 1 I 1 be a
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Leading in the third period by a 49-25 margin, Sauers chuck Recess,1 i.nd Hank Maus.
II . w ere \ 1] , nun h appreeia led by
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except c In- . uys' gll'.s who coiiu
down in see ihi-ir muscle men pla\
No ufien.se eirl.-.. bui I wish more
people would come down to see ilie
game,, il for no other 1 eason t h a n
to see their idol, play.
Why don't yon make it a pom:
to slop down and se» Uuse games,
played every night in Page Gym,
1! not lor the basketball, for the
laughs \ou will get
FRIDAY.
Don Cohen Leads State With 7 2 Points
Named to All-Tournament Team Position
M o v i e Schedule
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NEWS
State Overpowers Plattsburgh for Third Place Finish
After Dropping One Pointer to Cortland in Semifinal
From This Vantage Point:
Ugh! I could neve': get used to
t h e taste of shoelaces. I sure put
my foot in my mouth when I said
t h a t Mens Hall would t a k e
the
Commissioner tournament. T h e ink
was barely dry on the paper, when
EEP t u r n e d Men's best weapons,
speed a n d hustle, against t h e m to
stop t h e league champ?.
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Notice
\.\ll V is '.iipi'ia isini; ,1 \ alleyball I< 111111.1 .liei 11 11 h u l l will heKill \liniil.n . Man h I I, in Page
( l \ m . \ n \ mill's ;;ciii|i is eligible to i n 111 a Irani 11 ;iills arc
asked to sign up before Wediiesdav anil submit Irani lusters
in 'Merle M i l l e r 111, b\ t h a t
dale. \ schedule of sanies to
lie |il.n rd uill he posted nil Ihe
\ M I \ bulletin board u e \ l 1 riiliiv.
p
the
gallic.
.John Pavelka.
who
alternated
departed Tom Uu.k'.ev behind
'his plate,
season isalone
wiln toErie
Kafka.
ihe
expected
come
out
W 1 ! |,
game
Ihe tourney
as aBowen
all
lour The
of his
tree keynoted
throw attempts
to start
string hit
thaton was
not broken until the .second half of the final game
F r e s h m a n has'ball will also make
its debut this year, with a slate ol
Like A Team
Mimes bchLg linen uj) by the athleThe tournament action left Sauers pleased with the tic department
team showing. Cohen's position on the all tournament Lose liniwn
team was a feather in his cap, also, and most important the I'he mound staff loses U't.coach was happy over his squad's teamwork. "We looked Brown, ace hurler of the past four
like a team out there," he remarked, "not a bunch of in- seasons, who graduated" last" Juiie
dividuals. We've come a long way in our hist ten games." Hri wn H is Ihe winner of the most
player awani in 1959 after
The Peds had come a long way. In their last nine ivaluable
o-c.ip'aining his team along with
games, State held the opposition to 57 points per game; leturning Hay I layer
the tourney average was 48.3 points per game, attributed In his flrsl .season as ilie Feds,
by Sauers to progress in defensive work more than to the mentor, Burlingame comes to S t a t e
from St. Jolmsville. where his teams
use of a ball control type of game.
h a \ c won p e n n a n t s in past seasons.
It was a different team on the door Saturday night He has served i.s freshman soccei
from the one that took the floor December 5 to beat Pace, and wrestling coach at S t a t e during fall and winter m o n t h s , assistand a fine working demonstration of what can be wrought ing
Joe G a r c i a and becoming famin a season of close-knit work to gether under the coaching iliar with the sports scene at the
college,
of Sauers.
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STATE C O L L E G E N E W S FRIDAY. MARCH 4 ,
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Ajtlfitoi 6$ State
By F R A N K
State Initiates
Phi Beta
Richard Robinson, newly elected
President of S t u d e n t Association,
announced the members of his c a b inet for the 1960-61 academic year.
S e n a t e approval was given a t the
regular meeting held February 24.
Cabinet
Cabinet members include: Donald
Cohen '61, Minister of Recreation;
Mary Lee Glass '61, Minister of Culture; Natalie Clark '62, Minister ot
Religion;
Harriet
Suttcliffe
'61,
Minister of Services; Camie Everett
'61, Minister of Special Days; Gary
Sabin '61, Minister of F r a t e r n i t i e s ;
Rosemary Kverek '61, Minister of
Sororities; David Brooker '62, Minister of F i n a n c e ; Sue M a c F a r l a n e
'62, Minister of
Student-Faculty
Relations; and Barbara Luick '61,
Minister of Publications.
Robinson also appointed J a n i t h
Cellura '62 to be Secretary.
Notice
All material to be published
in the STATE COLLEGE NEWS
must be in the NEWS Office no
later t h a n 7 p.m. on Tuesday
evenings, preceding the publication date.
This request has become necessary since we have been a p proached with material for Friday's paper as late as Wednesday evening at 10 p.m. and
have been unable to accommodate these requests.
The Editor.
6D
Chi Sigma Tiieta
Sororities will hold initiation
Initiation ceremonies will be held
ceremonies as Hell Week comes to S u n d a y a t 3 p.m., a n n o u n c e s Nancy
a close. Also planned are coffee Lou R y a n '60, President.
hours. Fraternities announce new G a m m a K a p p a P h i
members.
Marcy Van Leuven '60 a n n o u n c e s
t h a t Carol Connelly '62 is hell c a p Kappa Delta
Nancy McGowan '60, President, tain for this year.
announces that Initiation ceremonies Phi Delta
I n i t i a t i o n ceremonies will be held
will be held Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
S u n d a y a t 3 pm.
K a p p a Beta
B u r t Anson, R i c h a r d Ahola, Max
Bassett, Lawrence Beaucaire, R o b ert Briggs, Gary Dibble, Robert Hill,
Richard Nottingham, William Ober,
Lawrence Jackofsky, R i c h a r d S t u l maker, Sophomores, were recently
initiated, announces J a c k Trombly
'60, President.
Potter Club
Lou Call '60 a n n o u n c e s t h a t R o b ert Ellis '61, Edward B r e n n a n , Roger
Casey, Robert Dzikowicz, H e n r y
Reuter and Donald S h e r m a n , S o p h omores, are new m e m b e r s of P o t t e r
Tonight the International Film
Group presents The Caine Mutiny Club. Douglas Pent'ield '60 will be
in Draper 349 at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Vice-President for t h e r e m a i n d e r of
The Caine Mutiny stars Humphrey the year.
Psi Gamma
Mildred Pasek '60, President, announces that Lois Kelsey and Donna
McCurdy, Sophomores, acted as hell
captains this year.
A coffee hour will be held Monday evening at 8:30 p.m. for the
men of Alpha PI Alpha.
IFG Presents
Caine Mutiny
Administration . . .
As part of the calendar of Phi
Beta Lambda's activities, monthly
coffee hours will be held. At this time
guest speakers renowned in the business field, as well as film, will be
presented for members. Other activities anticipated are field trips, panel
discussions, and conferences for
business students from local high
schools.
An Important new aspect is membership. There will be dual-tract
membership composed of Actives
i those who pay dues and attend
majority of meetings and participate in activitiesi and Associates
i those who pay dues, who do not
regularly attend meetings, but may
participate in specific activities.)
Active members have voting powers.
Tills arrangement is believed to give
more students an opportunity of
joining the professional business organization.
Editor's N o t e : T h i s is t h e first
in a series of articles to be written
for bridge enthusiasts. Next week's
c o l u m n will be "Togetherness—Its
Application."
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not withdraw t h e m .
Following this section, I F C u n a n imously passed t h e following m o tion: "Interfraternlty Council feels
t h a t the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n a l veto of
sections 1, 2, 3, and 7 of t h e F e b ruary 3rd r u s h i n ; regulations
changes 't'he i n t e n t of t h e original
regulations and it therefore considers the entire list of regulations
null and void."
Dr. Hartley also a n n o u n - e d a t
the meeting t h a t Mr. K e i t h Munsey
would be his representative in
h a r g e of fraternity relations.
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Hans Kohn, Noted Lecturer Sen/or Wins
Speaks Today at Page Hall Top Scholastic
Wilson Award
H a n s Kohn, Professor of History
a t t h e City College of New York,
and a distinquished authority on
the history of nationalism, will give
an address in Page Hall a t 1 p m ,
today. T h e subject of t h e address
will be "World History in Perspective: 1920-1940-1960." K o h n will a s sess the degree to which progress
I n J a n u a r y , K o h n returned from i , / • /
a six-week speaking tour for t h e
United S t a t e s D e p a r t m e n t of S t a t e
in Tunisia, S u d a n , Turkey a n d G e r Richard
many,
K o h n h a s
had m a n y articles p u b '"shed hi .such journals as T h e American Historical Review, C u r r e n t
P a n Slavism, T h e Mind of Modern
Russia, T h e Mind of Germany, T h e
Question of a Nation, and American Nationalism.
Junior Plans
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purchased by the general
body tile Pillowing week.
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returned Irom a y e a r s leave in OCT-
llvyiiuiu* Tubtccu Co., W union-dUieui.
nmny
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'I'lrkets covering all the weekend
activities will cost $A per couple
Tickets for Friday's party only are
$1 T h e j,i/./. concert will lie held on
Sunday and will be open to all stulients free ul admission. T h e banijilet at which Junior class rings are
given
will not b e h e l d during .Junior
Weekend,
Ircslinian a t t e n d a n t s will be hand
Cast
Gascuyne has been
Nathan Detroit will be played by Danny Labeille; Adenamed winner oi a Woodrow wu- l a i d e i b y F r a n Fleck; Sarah Brown, by Sue Norton; Sky
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Masterson, by Ralph Smith; Big Jule, by Bill Burnett;
a Latin major and an English mi- Harry the Horse, by Dave Cronin; Benny Southstreet, by
Rusty
Fcigel.
Gracie
ill be
versity
portrayed by Louise Tomato re.
Eligibility
In order to be eligible for one
Elbe Daul, Pat Benedetto, and June Alexander will
i.t these awards, a student must be appear in the mission group. The crap shooters will be
11 .m .n.i t i'<l by a member ol t lie
faculty
In this m a n n e r only the Dick D' Vergilleo, Dick Koepsell, Denny Burst, Dave Jones,
superior s t u d e n t s will be lionun- James Clavell, Robert Throe, Larry Edwards, Angi Conti,
it.ed While all i . tile nominees do Joe Shector, Larry Goldl'arb, Tim Armodeme, Harold
ii it i ivcivis an award, it is quite Thornhill, Ernie Foster, Robert Fish, and Don MacDonald.
.i sin Hilar honor to be nominated
Out cil K.H0O niiiliiiuv.i only 1,259
received fellowships.
T h e n ' were
t A i honorable mentions from the
S t a t e University Colleges of Eiluea-
The Hat Box girls arc Sue James, Bonnie Butler, Liz
'urvins, Barrie Conn, Ro Fendick, Joan Floy wood, and Judy
,ambert
i .mi
Linda Levinson, Judy Nissim, Elaine Romatowski, Joan
Benefits
riase fellowships curry an an- Fieywood, Sharon Parr, Jim Clavell, Bob Tilroe, Dick D'Ver,1. A a . i e e s T h e y also provide lor
,sl ol a lull y e a r s graduate
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university ol
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the reijili !.!'., , holee in the I 'lilted .States
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L a r r y G o l d l a r b , a n d J o e S h e c t o r will a p p e a r a s the
H;(ViUla
dancers.
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Canada.
Chorus
Singing in the opening chorus will be Candy Camp-
The s t u d e n t s receiving honorable
Kellerman, Julie Steiner, Gail
mentions, although they will not hell, Marcia Halliday,
„ , , , , Shelly
,
iweive direct material b
in irom W a c k e r o w , N a t a l i e ( l a r k , a n d B o n n i e S c o t t . I o n y D e m o l being an honorable mention, will n o w i l l b e m a s t e r of I ' d V l l i o n i e s
h , \ e their n a m e s placed on a list
ana llns list will be seill to all the
T h e a s s i s t a n t d i r e c t o r ol t h e Kl'VUe IS HaSSO K o p e i i .
undergraduate
schools
dean.-, ol these schools
and
the
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states and Canada, it is antici- & H a r r i s , w h o will be a s s i s t e d by M a r y Lee G l a s s , W a l t
pated thai these people who have P e t e r s a n d J a n D y c k n i a n . S u e J a m e s a n d J i m C l a v e l l a r e
received an honorable mention will h a n d l i n g c h o r e o g r a p h y for t h e s h o w .
receive awards cither directly from
die undergraduate schools or from
S t a g e llliUiager IS J o h n L t i c a s , w h o Is a l s o 111 c h a r g e
"lliei organiaitioils that aid educu-
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led by the freshman class
Robert B. Steinhauer, '62, director announces the cast
of State College students to appear in the Revue tonight
and tomorrow night on the stage ol Page Hall.
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$1,500 |,lu^
plus family
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j ^ $1,500
student
I'rom Queen Nominations
Nominations for Junior Prom
Queen will be held March 21 and 24J
Ur Standing is the professor of Votiny for the five finalists will take
.,„,„.,,
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The best tobacco makes the best smoke!
The lyrics and music for Guys and Dolls were written
'ank Loesser. The musical appeared on Broadway for
VOL XLV. NO. 8 o v e r t w 0 y e a r s a n d was tremendously popular. It contains
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some twenty hit songs, among them, "Bushel and a Peck",
"Take Back Your Mink", "Sit Down, You're Rocking the
Boat", and "Luck, Be a Lady Tonight".
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"Trends in Conformity" will be
the subject of a talk by l)r Theodore
G s t a n d i n g ai today's meeting ol
the Album C h a p t e r ol the A m e n can H u m a n i s t Association at t h e
Coiiuiiiinity Room ol the National
Biscuit Company at 8:30 p in
See our LOW COST COLLEGE SPECIAL
Phone 5-1471
D
Standing Talks
On Conformity
Life Insurance Program
75 State St.
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A sell-out crowd is expected for the musical Guys and
Dolls, this year's All-College Revue production, which will
open tonight at 8:30 p.m. A second performance will be
given tomorrow evening at the same time.
Kohn came to the United S l a t e s
m ltliil and served from liKI-i I i 1U4J)
as Professor of Modern History at
Bl(i S f o r
Smith College, N o r t h a m p t o n , Ma.ssuJ u n i o r Weekend will i;o
chusetts Since 194!) he has been "ii side .Monday, and will remain on
Albany, N. Y.
Phone 6-3(110
Bob Steinhauer Directs Cast
In Hit Broadway Musical
Catalogs for t h e 1960 s u m m e r
session of New York S t a t e University College of Education a t
Albany are now available. S t u dents may pick t h e m up hi
D r a p e r 101.
ated from t h a t G e r m a n university
and fought in the Austrian army in
World W a r I He was taken prisoner
by the Russians and was held in Sibona for nearly five year-- Upon release he returned to Europe by way
HI J a p a n and the Indian Ocean He
later lived in Jerusalem where he
wrote A History of Nationalism in
the Fast, and Nationalism and I m perialism in the Hither Fast.
OR 5-78S7
217 Western Ave.
Photo by Ted Proskln
Filial Rehearsal for "Cltivs and Dolls" oocning tonight a t 8 p.m. in
Page Hall. Left—Ralnli Smith and Sue Norton. Center—Sewer scene
of c r a p shooters. Right—Dan lailxille and l-'ran Fleck.
Notice
Have a real cigarette-have a CAMEL
Phi Beta Lambda is affiliated
with the UBEA of which the Future
Business Leaders of America is a
divi .ion.
Gerald Drug Co.
A coffee h o u r for
There will be a coffee hour Mon- m e n of K B will be held Monday
day at 8:30 pin. for the men of evening, announces D o n n a H a r r i s
Potter Club.
'60, President.
Bogart, Jose Perrar, Van Johnson,
Fred MacMurray, Robert Francis
and May Wynn. The movie Is based
on the Pulitzer Prisw winning novel
by Herman Wouk. It is directed by
Edward Dmytryk, and produced by
The purpose of this change is to idea is t h a t a bridge player m u s t Stanley Kramer for Columbia Picincrease the participation of busi- possess "card sense."
tures. The Caine Mutiny is a 1954
ness majors in the development of
Let me s t a t e my conclusion about technicolor film.
competent leaders in business edu- these m a t t e r s . You do not h a v e to be
cation. National affiliation provides a m a t h major, a science major, a n
guidance to collegiate groups for this a r m y major or a voodoo m a j o r to
purpose.
l e a r n bridge. T h e one a n d only
t h i n g you must be is a t h i n k i n g person. W h y ? Because in order to s u r vive in life you have to t h i n k , and
bridge Is life in m i n i a t u r e . I t deals
w i t h people, four of t h e m , thinking
or otherwise; it involves a t t a c k and
defense; it h a s a language, complete
•with vocabulary', proper or not; it
lies a n d sometimes cheats. It's a
piece of my life.
Guys & Dolls Opens to Sellout Crowd at Page
Jfoude JtawU
By RALPH WESSELMANN
From the day that the ingenious being good and I'll be all true. Put
colonials set up their first road- on your last fairly clean white shirt
side blbulium in dear old New York and toddle over to see "Guys and
State, there have been pubs in many Dolls." From all reports it may prove
of its leading communities. After to be State College's answer to "My
visiting one of these noble institu- Fair Lady." Too bad that it couldn't
tions to view the future welterweight run a little longer, say one week.
champion of the world, I remember- Move over feathered outcast from
ed that I owed an article to that portals of electrified learning, you
renowned publication, the State are blocking the view. My program!
College News.
Speaking of spectaculars, the JunIf writers could kill a college, State
interesting? Well, then,
College would be a dead duck. Her ior class just might win my people w hSeotuhne dr you
or not, follow
young journalistic giants write fair- of the year award. Without a doubt, these six s t e p s"play"
:
ly well, but they seem to be engaged the talent on tap for this weekend
in a running competition to see will produce one of the more posi1. B u y two books: G o r e n ' s C o n which one of them can make life In tive occasions at State College. All t r a c t Bridge a n d Watson's T h e Play
the "second home" seem most dis- cynics, beatniks please retreat to of t h e H a n d a t Bridge. R e a d t h e m .
agreeable. In racking my alleged the lower levels.
2. P l a y with a regular p a r t n e r for
mind as to what to throw to the
Since Knpltal Kapers has vanish- t h r e e hours, twice a week.
lions this week, I had the usual
thoughts of sarcasm, humor, sym- ed from the pages of the State Col3. Listen to no explanations m a d e
pathy and rage. Then the rather lege News I shall recommend two by peers, beginners or "experts."
flicks,
"On
the
Beach"
and
"Sapsilly notion of writing a column
4. R e a d this column
faithfully,
that praises people and things phire," a deplorable exhibition of
struck me. Why not, even Albany advertising sophistry at its worst religiously a n d zealously.
but worthwhile.
5. Address all questions on play or
looks good in the spring.
b i d d i n g to this column.
It's just about over, but the State
College basketball team has proved
6. Do not c u t classes; do n o t cut
to all concerned that it still ranks
your own t h r o a t .
as one of the small college powers
Too m a n y people either begin the
in the East. Mr. Sauers may be the
s t u d y of bridge or refuse to do so
next Yul Brynner and Denny Johnbecause they are influenced by t h e
son may be Santa Claus but we still
fallacious concept t h a t in order to
Barbara Lewick '61, President, an- play
love you. All nine of us pigeons and
bridge one m u s t be " m a t h m i n d Sam included. While we're on the nounces that the Commerce Club ed," m u s t know t h e mystic p r o b a subject, see the diamondmen in ac- has professionalized its objectives bilities of distribution, m u s t juggle
tion this spring; they're good, too.
with agility a n indefinite series of
Only twenty-five more lines ot and joined the national collegiate n u m b e r s to come up with t h e "corchapter of business educators.
rect line of play." T h e next incorrect
Robinson
Names New
SA Ministers
7
Bridge Life
This Is bridge—a battle of wits,
an emotional catharsisl, a cause for
divorce, a mental suicide, an unparalleled game of partnership, life in
miniature. Take your choice. If you
already play, you'll find yourself
somewhere on this ascending ladder
of values. If you don't, then start
up the ladder to unequalled personal satisfaction or down it to the
most discouraging, self questioning,
soul-searching damnably frustrating
mental torture devised by civiilzed
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Audrey Hurd. Jan Allium is responsible for publicity. Barry
. . . . . .
Music
ciascoyue is the vice-president ol D e i x l e r is in c h a r g e of p r o g r a m s .
The meeting is scheduled to be
MuM(, f o r
thfl weekfcIul
w l „ bt , K a ) ) | ) 1 1 P h l Kappa, national educaheld at 08 Puller Road, Colony. The provided by the Crusaders of Holy tional fraternity and a member ot
Lil Z o n a is r e s p o n s i b l e for t h e p r o p s . S h e Will be a s mvitat.on to attend is open to all Cross on Friday, Richard Multby Sigma Ii.udls.Honorary society. He . ^ d b
y d
J u d y IlUSOl, C a r o l y n G a r d n e r ,
C a l a n i a
who are interested in hearing ills and his orchestra on •Saturday, and plans to do his graduate study in
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talk
The st James society on Sunday,
the fields of Latin and Greek.
Peggy Rollins, Jean Hook and Mary Lou Komarowski.
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