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FRIDAY, JANUARY
13, 1 9 6 1
Brooker Runs Unopposed;
Great Debate Foreign Exchange Student
Argues Election Resides at State for Studies
Jl&ute J+awU
P i G a m m a Mu, t h e social science
honorary, presented
"The Great
Debate Election of 1860" T h u r s d a y
evening, J a n u a r y 12. Acting i n the
debate as t h e historical p a r t i c i p a n t s
were Miss Newbold as J o h n C. Breckenridge, Dr. Leldel as A b r a h a m
Lincoln, and Dr. B u r r a s Stephen
Douglas.
During the course of the evening,
the following persons were inducted into the h o n o r a r y ; Eugene Oendriette, Carolyn Boehringer. D a n iel Bosentp, J o a n n e Bryant, Carol
Anne Coursellc, J u l i a n n a D r a n e chak, J a n Dyckman, R u t h G a v u r uik, Charles Lassell, J o h a n n a Scholl,
Patricia Pagctt Steward, Elizabeth
Tinney, Dorothy Von Bieberstein,
and Lanorc Wohlberg.
Life a t S t a t e is further enriched eled to Cortland, Kingston, a n d CorT h e campus of t h e latter
this year by t h e presence of anell.
Columbian exchange s t u d e n t . Dor- e ipecially impressed her.
Miss Correa attended Frosh Weekthe Correa was born in H a m b u r g .
G e r m a n y and began h e r schooling end a n d now lives i n B r u b a c h e r
there. T h e family moved t o Co- Hall. Her major is language, h e r
lumbia when Miss Correa was seven. minor business, and she enjoys all
of her classes. Miss Correa's interCompletes College Course
ests consist, of many c a m p u s activiMiss Correa completed a t h r e e - ties. She has come to u n d e r s t a n d
year college course a t Escuclo S u p erior de Idiomas. This school offers
a program of study lor teachers of
modern languages, secretarial t r a i n ing in several languages, a n a c a d e mic p r o g r a m for gifted students,
and evening classes for p a r t - t i m e
students. T h e enrollment is 1,0001.200. Miss Correa was g r a d u a t e d
from t h e t e a c h e r - t r a i n i n g course
when she was nineteen. T h i s completed her elm en years of education
in Columbia
K a p p a Delta
'62, a n n o u n c e s Marie M i r a n d a '61,
Carol Konecny '61, President, a n - President.
nounces t h a t Christine Berkey '63,
Barb G e r r e c h t '63 is in charge
is c h a i r m a n of S t a t e Fair.
of details for t h e sorority composite.
Chi Sigma T h e t a
T h e f r e s h m a n Pledge C a p t a i n is
Diane Donk '61, President, a n - Trish McDowell.
nounces t h a t Mary Robb '63, was
Sigma L a m b d a Sigma
pledged December 20. Shelley KelHarvey K a u f m a n '61, was forml e r m a n '62 ,was appointed Pledge ally initiated into t h e fraternity
Master and Laurie Miller '62 and last Wednesday night.
Miss Kellerman a r e co-chairmen
T h e brothers of Sigma L a m b d a
of S t a t e Fair.
S i g m a held their informal r u s h
G a m m a K a p p a Phi
party a t t h e C e n t r a l T a v e r n t h e
Harriet Sutcliffe '61, President a n evening of J a n u a r y 5.
nounces t h a t Ellen Meyer '62 was
Alpha P i Alpha
pledged Monday night. J o a n AppleDave F r a n k '61, President, a n yard '63 is c h a i r m a n of the sorority
anounces t h a t F r a n M c C a r t h y '63
booth for S t a t e Fair.
was appointed c h a i r m a n of the APA
P h i Delta
T h e r e will be a coffee hour with booth for S t a t e F a i r .
Potter
Lambda Chi Alpha of R P.I. F r i day evening at 8 p.!1'.. announces Lil
Carl H e r m a n '61, President, a n Scholarship Competition
Mullen '61. President.
nounces a Beer P a r t y , Feb. 2, t e n Miss Correa entered competition
Sigma Alpha
tative. Club 64 will be held a t t h e
for a scholarship in September, 1959,
Tire c h a i r m a n for S t a t e Fair ar- Polish American C o m m u n i t y C e n Last Tuesday night, t h e Bclafonte IO studv in the United States. Those
rangements is Marybelle Blackburn ter, from 9 p.m.-l a.m.
Foil; Singers, presented by Music s t u d e n t s wh > passed written exaCouncil appeared in P a g e Hall and m i n a t i o n s in g r a m m a r and composicaptivated their audience for over tion received applications for t h e
two hours.
grant. Next Miss Correa was tested
The program included American orally m English, French, G e r m a n ,
Folk Songs, Songs of t h e American and S p a n i s h . T h e examining board
D O R T H E CORREA
Negro, Norwegian a n d Slovak Folk asked her reasons for applying, what
Songs a.s well a s a Tour Around fill ore value this education might
S t a t e Fair, t h e a n n u a l college d e n t h e r e a n d S t a t e Fail' is the or- the World
i n Africa,
Chilean, have, and what she would be able football, a n d loves" it. S h e is
fund raising show t o bring a for- ganization solely
responsible for F r e n c h - C a n a d i a n , Russian, English to c o n t r i b u t e upon her r e t u r n . Not lea ninig tennis, b u t h e r favorite
eign s t u d e n t to S t a t e will be held raising this money.
and American songs. T h e audience until May. 1960, was Miss Correa sport is si ill swimming. Miss Correa
February 11.
applause was rewarded by three en- notified that she h a d been selected, took the student she tutors a t La
Committee Members
Phi Delta, winner of last year's
Sally J o n e s and J i m Baker, J u n - cores and live additional songs were n u t of iwcnty scholarships offered Salle to visit t h e S t a l e Education
competition will present the open- iors, a r e c o - c h a i r m e n of t h e eve- sung.
in I960, ten were awarded t o .stu- Building, and both found the m u ing show of t h e evening. Later, the ning. Mary Ellen Collins, '62, is The singers were accompanied by dents a i Escuclo Superior de Idio- seum there especially interesting.
audience will be able to j o down to serving a s secretary, Clif Demorest, guitar, drums, base, m a r a c a s . a n d niiis. Miss Correa's scholarship was Miss Correa commented, " I love
t h e lower peristyles a n d cafeteria is in charge of publicity a n d Ray chains, but they often sang without financed by t h e proceeds of lasl theater a n d a n y t h i n g to do with
to see food a n d game booths, and Smith, '62, will a c t a s treasurer. instrumentation.
ail. I jus! have to see a New York
vein's S t a l e Fair.
elect t h e new c a m p u s King. J a c k Committees working on t h e p r o play."
Lighting w a s effectively
used
Anderson, last year's
King
will duction a r c : E n t e r t a i n m e n t — S h e l l y throughout t h e p r o g r a m .
Miss Correa looks forward to
Makes Visits
crown the new K i n g for t h e 1961 K e l l e r m a n and D a n Schultz, J u n Arriving by plane in New York teaching Spanish to foreigners when
Next Attraction
S t a t e Fair.
iors; Foreign S t u d e n t Committee,
T h e Music Council will present City. Miss Correa spent two days she returns to Columbia in July.
King Nominations
A letter bv h e r will appear
Claudia M o h r and Steve Condojalii, Friday, February 24, 1961, a t 8:30 there visiting in t h e home of h e r1961.
Nominations for Campu.-, King Sophomores; Canvvus King Election, p.m., the Faculty Concert in Page cousin before proceeding to Albany. in the next issue of the S t a t e Colwill be received o n February 2 and P a t J o n e s a n d H a n k Maus, J u n i o r s ; Hall.
Dining this semester, she has t r a v - lege News.
3. Declinations m u s t b e m a d e by A r r a n g e m e n t s ,
Pete
Fisher '63,
noon, February 6. T h e preliminary C h a i r m e n , with Dick Koepsell '63,
election will be held February 1 Tony Califano and Dave Rood, J u n and 8, to n a r r o w the field down to iors a n d Bill Nelson, '63, acting a.s
five c a n d i d a t e s . T h e new C a m p u s assistants.
King will b e elected t h e night of
S t a t e Fair by t h e r.tudents who will
elect h i m by contributing moncj
in his n a m e .
E x t r a Attractions
An a t t r a c t i o n for S t a t e girls living in dorms will be a n extra half
hour of "freedom" t h a t c a n be
purchased for only 25c from their Dr. Alfred B. G a r r e t t , Willy Ley,
house president. This will extend Dr. Charles Bean, Dr. J o h n B a x freshmen h o u r s to 12:30 and upper- ter, and Dr. Ernest Pollard are t h e
five scientists who will be speaking
classmen hours to 1:30.
tor t h e Science Colloquium a t AlUse of F u n d s
T h e proceeds from S t a t e Fair arc bany S t a l e during t h e next three
used t o bring a foreign s t u d e n t t o m o n t h s .
our c a m p u s in t h e fall. I t costs a p T h e fust speaker, Dr. G a r r e t t ,
proximately $1000 t o bring ;i s t u -will a p p e a r T h u r s d a y evening, F e b ruary 9, a t li p.m. in Brubacher Lov, er Lounge. Dr. G a r r e t t
is t h e
C h a i r m a n of t h e D e p a r t m e n t of
Chemistry a t Ohio State University.
If.C.
m e t Wednesday night t<<
Willy Ley, the G e r m a n expert, on
pass a resolution which serves to nickels and space, will be the nexteliminate a n y future omUsion ol speaker Friday,
February 17. al
fraternities I rum lists used bv sn1 p in in Page 11.ill. At -1 p.m., Monlienors for advertisements, it wasday, March 13, m Draper 349 D r
announced i>y B n c n Viele. Presi- John Baxter of t h e University of
dent.
Florid i v, ill be t h e speaker. Dr.
1MUV
Article X ol t h e I F.C C m n t u - liuxlei may be remembered a s t h e
t ion reu Is a s follows:
teacher ol t h e Continental ClassBefore a n y fraternity subscribes room over television lasl year.
to a n advertisement, each fraternity
Dr. Charles Bean of the General
shall be contacted a t a n I. I . ('.Electric Company will speak Monmeeting by tin; solicitor of the ad- day, Mar h 20, al 4 p in in 1 (rapcr
vertisement.
349. T h e final speaker who « ill a p |)car Monday afternoon, March 27,
at 4 p.in in Diaper 349 i , I )r. Ernest Pollard Dr. Pollard is .. profesal V de UlllV t.TTonight, a t 7:30 p i n . in Page sor of blo-pliysl(
Poor Sam . . . here i t is
Hall, the I n t e r n a t i o n a l Film Group siiy.
the night before that b i g
Dr.
Donald
S
Alien
Dr
I'.nil
will present tin film classic All
YOU CAN
Psych e x a m a n d he can't
1,1'iuoli, slid Dr Vim en: Schaefer
Quiet on t h e Western Front slai
lie
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l.unity
members
l'esponsim a k e head nor tail out of
JOIN THE TEAM
ring Lew Ayre . ami Louts Wolheim
0|e l o r I h e o r g a n i / , . i l l o l l ol t h e s e l A representative from a
his notes, Oh sure, he took
This story is a grim saga ol wai • me ('olloquium.
of students who stock up
notes all year l o n g , but he
h seen through G e r m a n eyes. It
Hook Company will be outtracers the a d v e n t u r e ol s e w n young
w r o t e them o n t h e back
early on comp books,
boys who enter the Imperial Army
of malchbooks, envelopes,
side
the
binders, filler paper, and
in 191-1. :mil le m i ol h ar, tilth.
the fly loaf of his textbook
,IIH1 destruction (luring loin years
other w r i t i n g supplies.
. . . o v e r y t h i n g that w a s
ol combat.
h a n d y except a note book,
You can become a B.S.
A winner oi two Acudeiuv Awards
We hope that next term
II I , acclaimed one ol the greatest
(Better Student) by seleclo buy your used and old,
Coiner O N T A R I O and BENSON
pictures ol all Lines.
he'll huive enough sense to
ting from among the largbe w e l l supplied . . . it's
outdated books.
DIAL 4-1125
so easy w h e n t h e book
est and finest assortment
store has plenty o f r i n g
of school supplies we've
binders, tiller paper, s p i r a l
ever had . . . come in and
pads . . . i n short, everyH'i llobin S t .
t h i n g you need to m a k e
see.
HOT IJOGS
II.AMUI ItCil'JKS
College MorLst for Y N U I
your school w o r k easier.
O R D E R S I O TAKE OUT
Singers Receive
RousingOvation
Chairmen Announce Plans,
Schedule Fair for Feb. 11th
Five Scientists
To Speak Soon
Starts!
turnj/our-
Viele Announces
Pip
SsiiwM'
WHY
FRIDAY
W a r Classic Plays
JANUARY
27
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COLLEGE
SNACK BAR
FLORIST and
GREENHOUSE
CAN'T
SAM
CRAM?
State
Outlines SA Platform
.My platform for S.A. P r e s i d e n t
includes those major a r e a s : t r a n s portation, student-faculty relations,
and c o m m u n i c a t i o n s .
I wish to continue working for
the p u r c h a s e of a bus which would
e l i m i n a t e rental cost, increase educational trips and trips for c a m pus o r g a n i z a t i o n s a n d also provide economical access to the col'94»
lege c a m p u s .
As an integral p a r i of college life,
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student-faculty relations is a m a j o r
a r e a of my platform. 1 would continue Ihe Student f a c u l t y C o m m i s sion and e n c o u r a g e their work. As
a n o t h e r p a r t of this relationship,
I would continue the l e a d e r s h i p o r
S u m m i t Conference involving a l l
DAVE BROOKER
major a r e a s of Student g o v e r n m e n t
Myskania this year has r e s u m e d
and t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n .
the policy of r e c o m m e n d i n g candiC o m m u n i c a t i o n s is a most imd a t e s to fill their positions. R e c
portant facet of an efficient govo m m e i u i a l i o n s were m a d e on the
e r n m e n t a n d school. I would e n basis of Ihe qualifications and cric o u r a g e t h e radio station p r o
teria a s stipulated in the Judicial
A n all-college e v e n t d e s i g n e d t o collect m o n e y t o t i n a n c e
g r a m . Another way of improvin
H o a r d ' s constitution.
t h e visit of a foreign s t u d e n t t o S t a t e College for a n a c a d e m i c
c o m m u n i c a t i o n s , 1 feel is to h a v e
Hasse Kopen. '(12 w a s elected
T h e r e a r e thirty-one c a n d i d a t e s v e a r a n d t h e v i s i t o f a S t a t e C o l l e g e s t u d e n t t o a f o r e i g n
a g r e a t e r r e p r e s e n t a t i o n a n d u s e P r e s i d e n t of D r a m a t i c s a n d Arts
'
running
for Myskania. Thirteen will c o u n t r y f o r a s u m m e r w i l l o c c u r t h i s w e e k e n d .
State Fair
of people
interested in student (•„,„„,,, f o r ,<„;, i n a e o u n c i l
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g o v e r n m e n t . In this way I foresee ;,,„ i l p |,i , , n T l l n „ j , v ,,;„•,, nil,,,,wi
an i n c r e a s e in g o v e r n m e n t p r e s - officers
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l ! U l k ' ' p l a c ' t ' . l l i a " « u r a l ' o n Da>'Organizations are contributing t o this event in various
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tige a n d increasing c h a n c e s f o r -,;•; s e c r e t a r y J a m e s .Jackson \>2
T h emajority a r e sponsoring some sort of booth;
Ihe following c a n d i d a t e s lo rlhc o t h e r s a r e p r e s e n t i n g s h o w s ; N e w s B o a r d i s p u b l i s h i n g a
more c o m m u n i c a t i o n between t h e
T r e a s u r e r : Gail B u r l e d '(12, TryI Ml 112 M y s k a n i a :
student body and student governspecial edition, the Staid Colledge Gnus.
T h e faculty, too,
out C h a i r m a n : Haul Villani '02
ment. Last, hut not least, I would
Susan Ityron- -Student Association •
Publicity Director: and J u d i t h Inis t a k i n g p a r t .
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hours.
All girls a t t e n d i n g State Fair may have a n extra
T h e p r e c e d i n g h a v e been my spe- ; l m i w ill formulate Ihe organiza
Mary Ann Calderone
Rivalry h a l f - h o u r b y p a y i n g 2 5 c t o t h e i r h o u s e p r e s i d e n t .
Fresheific a i m s but m o r e g e n e r a l l y , 1 tion's official policy.
would like to see i m p r o v e m e n t in I ' r e p a r a t i o n s ' a r e new being m a d e C h a i r m a n . S e n a t e , ISC R e p r e s e n t a m a n hours will b e e x t e n d e d to
the following a r e a s , r e c r e a t e cab- for second
semester
activities I've, Frosh Weekend Counsellor, C l o r t l O n
I a c t C
12:30 and u p p o r c l a s s m a n h o u r s t o
met p o w e r of advisorship to t h e John Lucas 'til is in c h a r g e of the Co-Chairman Homecoming Week- L I C V . I I U I I L . C 1 D I 3 1:30. No senior h o u r s m a y b e exp r e s i d e n t and S e n a t e , b e t t e r m e n t of State F a i r booth. Lee Mahood '61, end, C a m p u s Chest.
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tended,
c o m m u n i c a t i o n s between Myskania is house m a n a g e r for t h e forthHasse Kopen President I) & A, I r l f O Q
U r ^ N / S
Program
and t h e student body, bring t h e coming State College T h e a t r e pro- Stale College T h e a t r e Staff, Senate
State F a i r will officially open
Vice-president of S.A. to a m o r e duction " R i n g Around the Moon." All College
Reception,
Campus
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non-standing Senate c o m m i t t e e s , land P l a y e r s , a s D & A g r e a t a . - „ „ e l .
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Voting T o d a y
d / n t . S l u d t , n l Unfon B o a r d w j „ s e l l
I feel student g o v e r n m e n t could
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Rivalry l u g .
The schedule for t o d a y ' s voting |U .L; ( ,, S a t l h j s t i m c
be b e t t e r . After a consideration of Cf/-*f^5 /j/irj/^f/arc
R a y m o n d Smith
S e n a t e , C a m - is from 9 a.m. to I p . m . in room
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Ihese issues which I hope will bene- J/U/C
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pus Chest, Frosh Weekend Counsel- 08 in Lower D r a p e r . Voting m a - A 1 -•»» P-'n. all concessions wi
a lu ns
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be in
o o m . Votes
SA Ihe
P r e s ibaltolint;
d e n t and ° P -" <- a m p u s King elections
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nts
UuntinH oin
your
Vice-president only will be cast on IIU1V v , , u ' b>' Placing money in the
Ihe voting m a c h i n e s . All other containers provided. The elections
David G. Brooker.
c a n d i d a t e s for Myskania, S e n a t o r s , will close at 10 p . m .
T h e Debate Council will be ill
and class officers will b e by h i n d
Al 10:!i0 p.m. all concessions will
c h a r g e ul' one of the two commit
ballol
close. F a c h group c h a i r m a n is relees al Ihe 2l!th Annual .)IINC|>II F.
S a t u r d a y Voting
nested lo report i m m e d i a t e l y with
Tomorrow, in t h e Union, voles his money lo Ray Smith in the ConO'Brien Inter-Slate D e h a t o r ' s Con
will be east from noon until -1 p . m . ference Room in Lower D r a p e r .
gie.is at Pennsylvania Stale T i m e r
1 be s a m e p r o c e d u r e will be follow
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ROY KNAPP
Day, the newly elected people will c h a i r m e n
h e ' i n d u c t e d and Myskania will be r o . r h ; l i n m , n ,,„. S l a U , ,,-.,„. a r t ,
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STI:VI:
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lapped Also a special edition ol S a „ v | ( ) n | i j . ; m ( | J j m | S a k ( , J u n
"What should be the policy ol Ihe
,l,e Slate News will be issued, (lis ,„,. " M a n . , , | | r M ( . ) 1 1 ] n s , ( ,, [ s s
I luted Stales Willi respect lo lied
closing Ihe n a m e s ill e a c h new ol
r e i a i \ , Kay Smith 'i>2 is t r e a s u r e r .
C h i n a " " , "Should the I ' . S. adopt
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The publicity c o m m i t t e e is heada p r o g r a m of cuiiipiiKun health
each respective ufliee will a p p e a r
insurance'.'"
ed by C'hl'l Demorest a n d Dan
in t h e e l e c t i o n I s s u e
Gavel Girl Contest
Sehiilt/, J u n i o r s Steve Condojani
As c a n d i d a t e tor Siudenl Associ
and CI,nidi.i Mohr, S o p h o m o r e s , are
II is a traditional p r a c t i c e al lilioli Vice I'residenl, I would like
in charge of Ihe foreign siudenl
the meei to h a w compel n ion a I" acquaint you with in> philosophy
Before considering Ihe office ol lining | | u , W 1 , n u . | | d e l e g a t e s III Ihe collccriime .-Undent ;'o\i ninielil I
com iniltee.
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Pledge Duties
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Fralcrnitv pledges w ill help set
oughly lo lind out nisi u h a l Ihe |,. 1IU l | ( ,, r ( , l( ,
cd doeinneiil containing many iiu
up and put the a r e a s back in o r d e r .
duties of V u e Pes.dei.t a r e I then
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liniled S l a l e s should adu,,t a pro >»" M ^ ' a r i " ' " " ^ V" 1 " 1 , 1 1 , ' "
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will report to starl setting u p D-1U
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President a r e lo a s s u m e Ihe presProfessur of luiglish. T r a n s Kappa Beia and Sigma L a m b d a
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Sigma pledge elasse swill report lo
from B r u b a c h e r at 7:15 to Mr.
li Financial
opening a s s e m b l y session which ad- S l , r u , a s .( c . u | ) i l R ,, , m m s i e r . 1 feel
clean up al 11:15 p.m.
I'lioi stenscn's home a t lull!
Tins involves taking care of Ihe Joiirns lo the two topic c o m m i t t e e m a ( 1)R , , H1WI ,,. „f co ordinal ion ol
Betw ecu 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. each
Clinton Avenue.
T h e discusfinancial books and working, with sessions Only one lopic e o n i m i l l e e e o i n m i l l e e s is not being used lo
group must report lo set u p i t s
sion topic will be " L a n g u a g e
the P r e s i d e n t and the c h a i r m e n can be attended
by a d e l e g a t e , h s fullest extent. T h e m e n w h o and Social Cohesion." All in- booth. T h e r e will be a 2.00 fine to
of the various financial commit
Here is where Diane Israel will wrote the constitution intended that
those groups who h a v e n ' t s t a r t e d
t e r e s t e d students a r e cordially
lees.
conduct Ihe one session, A n u m b e r t h e w o r d " c o m m i t t e e " should
setting up by 2 p . m .
invited t o attend.
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Old Myskania "Hail Colombia" Is Cry
Suggests New Q f State Fair Opening
Tomorrow Evening
D&A Elects
'> Hassel Kopen
Hold Chair
Condojani
Summarizes
Knapp Wants
Active V, P.
Notice
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STATE C O L L E G E N E W S , F E B R U A R Y lO. 1 9 6 1
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S , F E B R U A R Y l O , 1 9 6 1
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Our Policy
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and the latter is our intention here. We feel there is a defin- During m y s e m e s t e r h e r e a t
ite change in policy due on the News. What we propose in S t a t e , I discovered s e v e r a l similarpew*!
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the way of a new policy is designed to make the paper not ities a n d differences between colTH€T*£t V
only more interesting, but to make it what it was originally lege life in the s t a t e s a n d in Colom'«£
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intended to be—a paper of the student body at State.
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In the past some people have deigned themselves judges
although we h a v e p r i v a t e
and critics of the News, and some of their criticism has been college,
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colleges a s well. Most of t h e stuvalid, fair and helpful—but by the same token, much of it d e n t s lived either at h o m e o r with
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has been unfair. We are not adverse to criticism; we will r e l a t i v e s ; there w e r e no d o r m i t o r y
welcome any suggestions that may serve to make this a bet- facilities in o u r city.
ter paper. However, we also serve notice that whatever we I feel that d o r m i t o r y life h a s
BILL
consider to be unfair, invalid criticism shall be duly recog- added lo m y college e x p e r i e n c e .
nized and renounced as such. And any criticism that is not Most of m y close friends in Colommade directly to the Editor (who, after all, is responsible) bia a r e those I h a d before I went
shall, and must, be considered as unfair and invalid. (Though to school. Here, however, I've h a d
opportunity to m a k e new
we must admit that the weekly cafeteria sniping is tradi- the
friends mainly by living in the
tional, and we seldom take it to heart.)
dormitory.
The job of any newspaper is to report the news. Too At the E s c u e l a Superior de ldoften in the past, the type of news that makes any college ionias I h a d 50 hours of c l a s s e s a
campus a college campus has been suppressed. However, we week b e c a u s e I was in t h e accelconsider ourselves a newspaper, and what is news, no matter e r a t e d p r o g r a m , but t h e a v e r a g e
how controversial, must be printed. In this respect, there- student h a s between 17 a n d 20.
fore, we pledge ourselves to an honest and sincere effort to Our c l a s s e s t h e r e differed from
our classes h e r e mainly b e c a u s e
print all the news, whenever the facts are available.
"Men a r e not great s t a t e s m e n merely b e c a u s e
t h e r e w a s m o r e class discussion.
they happen to have hold great offices." J o h n Mrighl.
Along this line, the question of editorials must be con- In g e n e r a l , though, s t u d e n t s h a v e
sidered, and we have but two things to say here. First: An the s a m e p r o b l e m s in both coun- P R O P H E C Y
editorial is an article in a newspaper explicitly stating the t r i e s : e x a m s , p a p e r s , m a k i n g e a r l y
(lazing into the .somewhat hazy crystal ball which is banded down
opinions of the Editor, or Editors. And secondly: We intend classes, e t c .
Most of our social life in Colom- to all C o m m o n s t a t e r s , we see the following d e s e r v i n g persons a nmiiL:
to state our opinions.
the occupants of P a g e Stage on Inauguration D a y :
As regards the submitting of material to the News, we bia w a s c e n t e r e d a r o u n d our
SA P r e s i d e n t : DAVE I3ROOKKR . . . opposed or not — a more
h u r c h a n d family r a t h e r t h a n
have organized our staff in such a way that department caround
school. Here on t h e con- qualified m a n is not to be found on this c a m p u s .
heads and the administration shall be contacted weekly. t r a r y , b e c a u s e s t u d e n t s a r e not
SA Vice-President: HOY KNAPP . . . e x p e r i e n c e in schoo I wide
Finally, we should like to remind you that this is a stu- close to h o m e , they h a v e to e x t e n d g o v e r n m e n t makes a good SA executive officer.
dent newspaper, it is operated primarily through student their activities outside t h e i r familMyskania: " t h e highest non-academic honor that c a n be lies lowed
funds. We want to make this newspaper both interesting ies a n d c h u r c h . Here they form upon a student of this college" . . . In seat o r d e r : 1. W F L K F;ii, 2
and vital to the student body: our efforts are pointed towards sororities a n d fraternities, a n d en- P O L L E R O , 3. CICERO, 4. JONKS, 5. CALDKRONK, Ii. I'.VKO N. i
8. NOTTINGHAM, !). DKMOREST, 10. SMITH, 11. Kl I. Kit
this goal. We want, and welcome, your suggestions. We, ingage in all kinds of e x t r a a c t i v i t i e s . SZUREK,
MAN, 12. K O P E N , 13. SCHULTZ.
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ties, S t a t e F a i r , I h a d the oppor- H I G H E R , H I G H E R , HIGHER
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Scientific Method
P r o b l e m : H o w Lo E f f e c t i v e l y M i s s a F i n a l ?
Materials: 1 Teacher,
1 Ross, Tired ill-prepared student,
a n d O N E it A . M . S C H E D U L E D F I N A L E X A M .
M e t h o d : M a k e up your mind that you would r a t h e r sleep
Of course,
t h a n t a k e a final a n d do j u s t t h a t ,
you assume
n e b i s h l y t h a t v o u wil r e c e i v e a n
E for t h e course.
O b s e r v a t i o n : B e f o r e l o n g , y o u w i l )e a w a k e n e d b y a f r a n t i c
call f r o m y o u r l e a c h e i a n d " W h y a r e n ' t y o u at
t h e e x a m ? " K n o w i n g t h a t h o n e s t y is t h e b e s t
p o l i c y , r e p l y h u m b l y - '1 w a s n o t p r e p a r e d f o r
the e x a m a n d t h u s decided not to t a k e it'.
" G e t t h e b o s s ' s a p p r o v a l a n d I'll g i v e y o u a r e exam."
Politely say thank you a n d graciously
say good-by.
Conclusion: Forty-eight hours later with t h e boss's lenient
approval, you have taken the re-exam a n d passed
the course to your convenience.
Practical Application: W e salute the dedicated teacher, our
lenient boss, a n d t h e s t u d e n t w h o k n o w s h o w to
h a v e h i s c a k e a n d e a t if, t o o !
MAY 1916
BY T H E CLASS OF 1 9 1 8
Vol. XIA'I
February
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To the E d i t o r :
On F e b r u a r y 7 the S t a t e College
dinner menu d e g e n e r a t e d to beef
slew. Yes, t h a t nourishing puddle
of sour g r a v y with two gristly
l u m p s of m e a t p e r p l a t e , a n d
m e a g e r l u m p s at that. This w a s
the latest of a series of m e m o r a b l e
m e a l s . On J a n u a r y 30 we w e r e
served chicken which, b e c a u s e of
poor butchering, bled profusely.
We recall a m e a l of " l a m b c h o p s "
that should h a v e been t e r m e d mutton, if one c a n judge by the smell.
One e x p e c t s to fill-up on b r e a d a n d
v e g e t a b l e s on F r i d a y s , but m u s t
the s a m e sil nation a r i s e e v e r y
night of the week'.' Al least we
haven't h a d food poisoning this
y e a r , which m a y be a t t r i b u t e d to
the fact l h a t we h a v e been unable
to " g e l the stuff d o w n . "
We feel t h a t the $330 we pay e a c h
s e m e s t e r for room a n d board enlilies us lo belter food than this.
Is there no w a y in which the students m a y effectively p r o t e s t ? Now
thai e x a m s a r c over, no o n e c a n
ralionali/e tension lo explain o u r
complain!. It .seems a r e a s o n a b l e
request that those in positions of
authority become familiar with the
situation a n d take steps lo r e m e d y
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS
ESTABLISHED
your support to S t a t e F a i r will give
. . . go
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another student the s a m e oppor. . . go
tunity.
Dorothy C o r r e a
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(Editor's comment)
In a w a y , we a r e happy t h a t
you s a t down a n d typed up this
letter b e c a u s e a p p a r e n t l y , you
are not t h e only people with
such a c o m p l a i n t — a s indicated
several weeks ago.
However, wc cannot d o loo
very m u c h for you by ourselves, e x c e p t to print y o u r
g r i e v a n c e s and to r e m i n d you
that there a r e channels t h r o u g h
which you should t a k e y o u r
complaints.
The p r o p e r place is t h e administration. G r a n t e d , n e i t h e r
the P r e s i d e n t , nor (lie Dean
can h a v e a ((instant p a r a d e of
students
airing
their com
plaints,
lint they will listen
when tin; complaint
comes
through c h a n n e l s . T h e r e f o r e ,
we suggest you s t a r t with t h e
Student I'uculty C o m m i t t e e .
the prices of textbooks
the entrance r e q u i r e m e n t s for Slate
the receipts for State Fair
. . .
another significance to Thursday other t h a n lhat which we all
know? If not, why does the administration insist upon beginning e a c h
s e m e s t e r on this grossly inconvenient day?
NO! WE WOULDN'T TAKE OIK MOTHERS TO . .
The cafeteria . .. where the lack of ventilation, and the " m i l e h m h "
pile of coals would suffocate them.
The peristyles . . . where the frightened herd would t r a m p l e them
or mash them into the inert bodies standing in the middle of the hall
The parking lot . . . where they would be plowed under by I he
compact c a r s emerging from the depths of the spasticully-pilcd snow.
TB or not T B , that is the congestion. Consumption be done aboul
it? Something, that is, beside.-, the installation of lighls in the p e n
styles which s e r v e no g r e a t e r purpose than t h a t of illuminating, not
eliminating, the confusion.
QUICK . . .
Mr. James Warburg Speaks; Tour Member
Discusses Germany and Naro G'Ves L e c / u r * , ,
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| ( ( ) W S p i r i ( U a i u n d e r s t a n d i n g of
Maureen Boomhower 1)2. prcs- 1050: " D i s a r m a m e n t Challenge of " « ? s t o r e s h e a l t h a n d h a r m o n y
d e n t of F o r u m of Politics, announ- t h e Sixties" d o be published (his u ,' 11 . IK ' t h <; l o P l c o l a, l e c U , r c o n
j e s t h a t Mr. J a m e s P. W a r b u r g v e a r . )
Christian Science lo be given in
/ i l l speak in P a g e Hall. F r i d a y , ' M r W a r b u r i ! i s l ) a r t . c u l a r l v in £ u b , a c h e J ° n T h u r s d a y . F e b r u a r y
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Bridge or B a t t l e g r o u n d . "
1947: ,| ) C m e r n b e r s of the Christian Seia well known
e r m a n y — Key to P%e"a cpe ",.
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he w a s Depiilv Director of the Of" Warburg is ,, leading A m e r Her subject will be " C h r i s t i a n Sctfice of W a r Information. O v e r s e a s u ' a n ''-M'nnenl of d i s e n g a g e m e n l once: Soul's R e s t o r a t i v e
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B r a n c h , in c h a r g e of psvchological " ' ' l ) ( , | ieves in the necessity and B e v e a l e d . "
w a r f a r e policv in the Kuropean J" >->'Di I il y ol cocxislmice, and bis
Mrs. Velgulh is on extensive, tour
Tjieater
views difler greatly from those ol as a m e m b e r of the Christian SciA m o n g his book-, on world al ' " ' l i l ' m ' . v Kissinger, F o r u m ' s last ence Board of L e c t u r e s h i p . A nafairs a r e " F o r r m n Policy Begins s l'<'aker. Mr. W a r b u r g ' s talk on live of G a r y , I n d i a n a , s h e gradHome
' i:i|.|
"How" to Co- ( ' l ' r m a n y is designed to fit in with uated from the C o n s e r v a t o r y of
at
E x i s t " 1053 i'he U'esi ,n C r i s i s ' " " ' ( ; ' ' e a t Decisions P r o g r a m .
Music a t E a s t e r n Michigan College
All students and facultv a l v and l a t e r studied a t Michigan S t a t e
r \ A
A
.
r"ji
or i',| :,, attend
University and at the Flint Insti-
U & A t o btaqe
f A,,
Anouilh Plav Juniors to Stage Myskania
f-TNVUIIII
I
IU
y
ie d r a m a t i c s and \rl Council
will present the Stale i ollege TbeaIre in its delirhlfiil c h a r a d e t,v
J e a n Anouilh, "Ring Around the
Moon." The play will be p r e s e n t e d
in the Richardson l.itile Tin a i r e
on F e b r u a r y 17 and IS. and Febrt
a r e y 20 through 2;> Curtain t u n e is
~ ' - p. i
at• 8:30
The production
directed bv
Mr. J a m e s M. Leonard, with the
a s s i s t a n c e of Linda C a t a n i a . Mr
K d w a r d Mandus, with the assista n c e of B a r b a r a Cox a n d the class
in Stagecraft, heads the technical
•slal1A p p e a r i n g in the cast a r e : Bruce
Karl a s F r e d d i e , Andrea l l a c l m r a s
PI
,'i v,
i
M ,J 0 S " u a '
rJl/anetll
alrOUU
US
ftlaUan
JlCS-
m o r t e s ; Bounce Scott as D i a n a
Messer c h m a n : Grant Duffrin a s
P a t r i c e Bnmbelles; B a r b a r a Selln e r as Lady India: N o r m a K u l z e r
a s Capulet; Paul Villain as .Messers c h m a n ; Harold S/.enes as F o m a n ville; l l a s s e Kopen as the M o t h e r :
and J o h n Vahe a s the G e n e r a l .
T i c k e t s , by Sludenl T a x id' $1.2.5,
a r e now on sale in Lower D r a p e r
'
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Have a real ciqarette-have a CAMEL
Voters to Determine King
At State Fair Festivities Sat.
,
.
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Pair
anarc
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thn
final
s a l l y J o n e s - S t a te I -'air Co-Cha.r- ° & a t e F a . \ ^ a i n „ V e n t n m c e
, , „ „ , S l u d e n l G u l d t . > F r o s l l W e e k . show o f the en c a., c
o
„ n d counsellor Alden Hall Publl- d»*.
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A " 11 D m after
S
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t
t , , y d i r e c l o r . Aide,, Hall Dorm For- J
m a l Queen.
w ] n n o r wjJ] ^
announced
H J wi„
Shelly K e l l e r m a n — S e n a t e , Cheer- then be crowned by Gail K a s p a r i a n
| ( ,. 1(i( .,. Collegiate Singers, Slate 'Gl, 10(10-01 C
a m p u s Queen.
c 0 ] | ( , f , c , R t . V ue, C a m p u s Night UshA
c
hievements
( , r e l | t . r ],' n ) sh Weekend Counsellor,
E a c h of the c a n d i d a t e s h a s disCo C h a i r m a n Activities D a y .
tinguished himself in s o m e r e a l m
Betty Khun -Senate, Frosh Handbook. Smiles T r e a s u r e r , Sludenl
Guides, Briibaeher House Council,
Rivalry p a p e r staff. Kappa Delta
'Kpsilon
Sheril M c C o r m a c k S e n a t e . State
F a i r Booster Coniiiuiiee, Co-Chair
man of I n a u g u r a l
Mall. Rivalry
C h e e r l e a d e r , Student Union Board.
Hank Mans C a m p u s Chest, Varsity Baseball, Rivalry d e b a t e and
lug ol W a r 'Mumni punch parly
and lunclua.il comilllltee.
Richard Nottinghiim
s, nale.
.Student Guide co eliananan .Slat.
' 'ole;'e liev lie ( 'minimal,>r. Senate
Rules ( o m m i l t e e I'hairn;all. MCI)
of c a m p u s a c h i e v e m e n t . F o r the
past y e a r Robinson h a s s e r v e d a s
president of Student Association
and Wolner h a s been president of
, n r
' h i s s of 1961. Donate, D'Onofrio
' K c l l > ' and Wolner a r e m e m lH r s o ( M
''
>skania.
|nr, Common S t a l e r
Honnee Scott- J u n i o r Class Trea„,,.,, r>
,,.,., Is) , ( . . | | n | , , •, lll ,isellor,
s.mgleader,
D&A Council Vice
President, Stale C l l e - e T h e a t r e
vroductions.
,•.„,,,,, S h e r m a n Rivalry
skit.
i iilleciale Singers, M F D skit. Senale. Student Faculty
Coiiinnlloe,
i h a i r m a n Hook Unmade, Land
Sally O'Connor S e n a t e , C a m p u s
Pearl S h e r m a n ('oni mis.-uoiier ol
Chest, Stale College \evvs, Rivalry
Flections, Judicial linard, Secre
skit and SOIL; Frosh Weekend Coiuilary o fSmiles, Frosh Handbook,
fellor, l l o m c o m i n g Weekend llos
l'arelils Day i om milli e, Residence
pilalily Cbairnian
' oiincil
Robert I'ollero Treasurer Cam
\iine Smith S e n a l c D&A Colinpus Chesi, Itivalry, 1FC represen r | | S 1 ; l | , , , , | | c e e
\evv.s
Hoard,
l;lllVl
' ' Sludenl Ciuite, J r . Prom s,„,pleader. Slate F a i r a n d Revue,
( ' " ' n n u l l e e , f r o s h C a m p I ounsel
xll , , , „ , . , , . | { | . ( . ( 1 | „ „ m | i l v a ] n , k „
EFFECTIVE . . .
Effective s e e m s to be the one word that s u m s up the eonlribiilioiis
of Sue Byron and Boh I'ollero who recently a b d i c a t e d tin ir throne a
your C o m m o n s t a t e r s , The Union hates Iheui, but what about the i I '
College Calendar
FRIDAY, FEUIU'AHY 10
7 1)0 p m. IFG " T e a and Sy inpath.s
7 30 p m I'si G u m m a Waiter's Parly
H.00 p in Phi Delta Open House Off Campu
0.00 p.in I KG " T e a and Sy mpalh.v
L G. BALFOUR
Fraternity Jewelry
Badges, Steins, Rings
Jewelry, Gilts, Favors
Stationery, Programs
Club Pins, Keys
Medals, Trophies
insiMHsnv j'.o BLDG.
Dickinson
TUESDAY, F E B R U A R Y II
8:30 p.in Varsity Basketball Home Oneonla
F r e s h m a n Wrestling Home
171 Marshall Street
Syracuse 10, New Vork
Yeshiva
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY Hi
7:30 p . m . IFG "The Baker's Wife" 1)310
8 0 0 p . m . Christian Science Speaker
,
" m 9 " 1 2 P- m "
.Mu .oninuT.-.. luh.
" n Sunday afternoon. March 12. t i l l
D e m o r e s t Sena e. Junior
H,e class is sponsoring a jazz con- lass P r c s , cut ( o-Kdi.or f r o s h
cert. T h e band for the concert h a s a n b o o k Unis
Week-end connnol y e t been chosen.
,sel;
State
u
Ii was announced at the J u n i o r
" > i»Mi»oni
ftiumni
i iimii
class meeting F e b . 2 that bids for l ; " ' " ' ( l C h a i r m a n , S l a t e ^ ' o l l e g e Rethe entire weekend will cost $1.00. view, C a m p u s Chest. Rivalry Skit.
If bids a r e bought s e p a r a t e l y for Vice-President Alden Hall. Rivalry
the beer parly, they will cost $1.00. Sports
We thought it was Campus Commission's rule to supervise the
college parking lot. We are wrong, however. II is no one's respon.ii
bility. State h a s the only ground level parking lot thai •dot'os ear-, on
two levels without the aid of any equipment
(let Ihere lale and gel
on t o p !
WEDNESDAY, F E B R U A R Y 15
7:30 p . m . Varsity Wrestling Home
U n p h o t o g r a p h e d : DOD
In Richardson Weekend Soon
UNAWARE . . .
Fairloy
Tony D'Onofrio, Dick Robinson, J i m Kelly.
Donato, I.on Wolner.
Cmlinuid
I mm P(i<l<
l.Vnlumni
Varsity Soccer, S l a t e F a i r T r e a s u r
F o r t h e s e c o n d v e a r S t a t e C o l l e g e will s e l e c t a C a m p u s
er. .Ir Prom C o m m i t t e e .
King a t S t a t e F a i r . D u r i n g t h e past week semi-final elec'Hie rn a , - ui \'.n\2 will c l i m a x the
Ruzz Welker President Smiles, t i o n s h a v e t a k e n p l a c e r e s u l t i n g in t h e c a n d i d a c y o f f i v e
;
' " n u a l Junior Weekend This y e a r Siudeiii Gimle. C a m p u s Chest, Sen- S e n i o r s . D o n D o n a t o , T o n y D ' O n o f r i o , J i m K e l l y , D i c k R o b 1|
" ' , v , » ' w l 1 l h ' ' ^ l '"' t ' l i ' " "-'• ;K '" " ' ' ' • l r l > n ) l " : i n ( l F a r e n t ' s D a y i n s o n a n ( j L ( H , j o i n e r , S e n i o r s , w i l l v i e f o r t h e s u p p o r t o f
''"I'dine, to an a n n o u n c e m e n t by c o m m i t t e e s , Rivalry, F r o s h Hand- t h e s t u d e n t b o d y in S a t u n l a v n i g h t ' s e l e c t i o n .
,,;m
^ ' h u l t z . publicity c h a i r m a n
book Siafl Other Myskania CanElections
- n u . niain feature of the week l l l ( l a l e , include
lhc
Kdelstein—Frosh
Camp
'
elections will be a f e a t u r e d
Doris
(.ail Burlclt - Rivalry Skit, New
end will he a formal dance at the
Van i urler Hotel u"i ,, „ , March ^ k i t . \ e w m a n Club. S t a t e Cheer- ( ''H>nsellor, Minister of S t u d e n t - P a r t of State F a i r a n d will be held
. . i i leader, Stale College Review, S t a l e f a c u l t y Relations, WAA, l.S.C , Ri- l n t n o | o w e r Husted p e r i s t y l e s by
II.
the cafeteria. J o e B a l l '62, will
D&A
Trvout v airy, C h e e r l e a d e r .
Music for this d a n c e will be pro < ollege T h e a t r e
serve as barker and add humorous
Sue
Gaffney—Co-Chairman
of
J
r
.
vided by Los F.lgarl. Residence, C h a i r m a n , Rivalry SIIIL
highlights to the booth's a t t r a c t i o n .
F r a n Cicero Senate, F r o s h Ban- P r o m P e d a g o g u e Staff Sophomore ^ h voie rJan be"pwchas"ed for'the
Council
has extended
women's
Homecoming
C o m m i t t e e , < ' a s s B a n q u e t , Student ( n u d e , Ri- p n c e o [ o n e c e n t > a n d a p u r s o n
Krosh Weekend Counsellor, C a m - valry C o m m i t t e e .
as m a n y t i m e s as he
m n n u |
m a y vote
pus Chest.
I ' a t J o n e s — S t a t e College Review, wishes. All p r o c e e d s will be used
T|](| (
| n , , ( , u . n | (|| - I ) R , W ( , t , k
end will'be a m a s q u e r a d e and beer
Carol Courselle—Sophomore Skit, S l a t e F a i r
C o m m i t t e e , C a m p u s to bring a n e x c h a n g e student to
R r u b a c h e r House Council and Or- Chest, Junior P r o m and C a m p u s spend a y e a r a t Slate College.
y Mun.h
1()'al , j u , Polis'h A m e r .
. c i a n - C t n U i ) i J o c , 0 p p ( l d i s a n ( ) a n d phan P a r t y C o m m i t t e e , Smiles, Oueen a t t e n d a n t , Rivalry CheerAppearances
his band, the M a n h a t t a n s , will plav K a p p a Delta Kpsilon, Pi G a m m a leader, class s e c r e t a r y .
The 5 c a n d i d a t e s will first a p p e a r
The more important offices in the SA organization a r e going wilb
out much publicity at this crucial point in the y e a r . T h e Irosh i a m b
d a t e s (a multitude to be sure) heat everyone lo the limited wall space
This says nothing of the Chairman of State Fair in their efforts to p u b
licize this most worthwhile cause
SATURDAY, I EBHUAKY 11
H on p m Varsity Wrestling, Home
7 oo p.in Stale F a i r
Varsity Basketball Away
PAGE 3
t i l t 5-7SS7
The best tobacco makes the best smoke!
II
J H L , . „ IJ» Tubauty Lu , VVll.»lun bulcm, .N C.
til KX1>
iii.yKfcl i t t i
Car) Soiensen, Mgr.
Robert S t e i n h a u e r All College
Rei option, Dll'cclor ol Stale < 'ollege
Rev Ue, SI lldelll C Hide, Director ol
F r e s h and Soph skits, D&A m e m
her.
Mert Sutherland
F r o s h skit,
Frosh Pushball Captain, S t a t e College News Sport-, Fdttor, Basketball ( Varsity i
J a n e S/airek Co C h a i r m a n P a r
cuts' Day Frosh C a m p Counsellor,
Smiles, i ' a m p u s Chesi T r e a s u r e r ,
Dorm Publicity Direclor. N e w m a n
Club.
John Wallace
Vice-President
Junior Class, Varsity B a s k e t b a l l ,
Rivalry Pushball, F r o s h Weekend
Counsellor, C h a i r m a n of J u n i o r
Prom.
STATE C O L L E G E N E W S , FEBRUARY
PAGE 4
Knapp .
(Continued from Payc 1 Column 3)
m e a n not only t h e c o m m i t t e e in
the S e n a t e itself, but felt t h a t this
be extended to also m e a n committees outside of S e n a t e . If elected I
intend to utilize this power. I would
like to see t h e s e c o m m i t t e e s used
to discuss p e r t i n e n t issues, such
a s t h e possibility of g r o u p house
r e p r e s e n t a t i o n , a n investigation to
define e x a c t l y w h a t surplus is a n d
how it should b e used, a n d a n investigation of Rivalry, looking into the possibility of reorganizing
s o m e of its a s p e c t s .
Jlo*ti& JfawU
I. s. c.
S a t u r d a y night the sorority will
Inter-Sorority Council will fur- open S l a t e F a i r with "Buscael Burnish sorority p l e d g e s a s faculty r o " a n n o u n c e s Lil Mullen '61, P r e s aids. T h e r e will be a v a i l a b l e from ident. E l a i n e H o u s e r is g e n e r a l
F e b r u a r y 13-March 3, a n d all re- c h a i r m a n .
quests must be m a d e before Feb- E d w a r d E l d r e d P o t t e r Club
r u a r y 13. Aids c a n be obtained by
Carl H e r m a n '61, President, ancalling the K a p p a Delta house (IV nounces thai the following h a v e
2-5545) o r by c o n t a c t i n g Carol Kon- been pledged to P o l l e r Club: KevOne of the first jobs of the new
ecny through student mail.
in Anderson, Don Twomcy, D a n Senate is to organize the Student
O'Connel, Bill C a r m e l l o , Bob N'ei- Association B u d g e t . This is one of
Psi G a m m a
M a r g e K r o p a c , '61 P r e s i d e n t , an- buhr, George H u r l b e r t , Scott Warn- the biggest p r o b l e m s t h e new Sennounces that the following girls er J u n i o r s ; F r e d LeBruin, '63, ate h a s to face for two r e a s o n s .
have been initiated; Elaine Balla- and Wayne A r t h u r t o n , Ken Falbo, First, a large majority of the n e w
Tony S e n a t e will lack e x p e r i e n c e in
ban, Linda Mitchell, Lucille Mono- F r a n k Wyatt, Ron Obach,
Dave Stickney, Bob g o v e r n m e n t a t S t a t e a n d will not
co a n d S a n d r a P e n i c h t c r , J u n i o r s . Macoluso,
Dick
Gresscuo, Dick be acquainted with the p r o c e d u r e s
Also Ellen O'Keefe, Vera Varuolo, S e a m a n ,
Kathy White a n d P a t Woinoski, So- Pierce, George Nigriny, Bill Vo- of the old S e n a t e . The second
p h o m o r e s and M r s Ilaynor, the m a s k a , John M c G a r r e t y , John Lil- problem
is t h e lack of comga, Tom Massina, Chuck Averill, munication between the Senate and
housemother.
Ro P e t r i c k a n d Adrienne Maro- Rex R u t h m a n , Mike Krell, Ray the budgetary organization. This is
sek a r e c o - c h a i r m e n for the wait- Weeks, Bill Murphy, Bob Benton, one of the S. A. Vice P r e s i d e n t ' s
e r s p a r l y to IK.' held tonight at Bob F a i r b a n k s , Al Szabo, Don De biggest jobs. I believe that the
Luco, J e r r y lleiser, J e r r y Munger experience I h a v e gained by serv7:30 p. in.
and R a y Bouchard
ing cm the Senate Finance CommitChi S i g m a T h e t a
Diane Donk '61, P r e s i d e n t
an K a p p a Beta
nounces that J u d y Davis '63 h a s
Sherwin Bowen '61, President, Boh Brennan,
Sid Griddle, Cliff
been appointed Hell Captain. Chi announces thai the following fresh- Creech, Joe C a m b r i d g e , Al DiSigma T h c t a ' s t h e m e for Slate men h a v e been pledged to Kappa Caprio, Herb Dieck, Mike GoldF a i r is Spook Show.
Beta: D a v e S e h r y v e r , Jeff .Millard, stein. Dave J e n k s , Bill Leo, Bill
Gamma Kappa Phi
P a t C o r r a , Doug Worden, Dave N'oran. Gordie Muck, Ed Iteid,
Harold
Popp, Tom G a r y Smith,
Dick Smith,
Bill
R o s e m a r y K v e r e k '61, Vice-Pres- Symington,
ident, a n n o u n c e s t h a t G a m m a Kap P a g e , Lloyd West, Bill M u r r a y , Smith. P a n ! Tegler, John Tyo, LarFred ry Vickers, J i m Wheeler. J i m Walwill sell candy apples at Stale John Cevelle, Tim Brown,
Brian
Hartson,
Alden t a i n a t h , Tim Wisniewski and Jack
F a i r . J o a n Appleyard '63 is chair- Smith,
Pierce, Art Coles, Ed Budnikas, Kirkey.
man.
A p a r t y for f o r m a l - d i n n e r wait- Bill Robeled, Rich Hildenbrand, Sigma Phi Sigma
ers a n d d r i v e r s will be held Sun Bill Hepburn, George Vealey, Tony
Elaine Zipper
'61, President,
Siscaselli, Dave Siver, Harold Darl- announces that J u d y Kaminsky '62
day from 8-10 p. m.
A Valentine p a r t y will be held ing and John S m a l l e y .
is serving as S t a t e Fair C h a i r m a n .
T u e s d a y evening from 8-10 al the Sigma L a m b d a S i g m a
The pledge class officers of Sighouse for sisters and their dates.
Gary M. Sabin '61, President, ma I'hi Sigma a r e : Rhoda SoloBeta Zeta
a n n o u n c e s that the following have mon, P r e s i d e n t ; Gail Softer, SecJ u d y Skocycles
'61, President, been pledged to S i g m a L a m b d a Sig- r e t a r y ; and Sue Fleischer. Treasa n n o u n c e s t h a t Beta Zeta will pre m a : Brian Clifford ' 6 1 ; Bob Kelly. u r e r .
Bob N'enno and
sent " E l o i s e T o u r s E u r o p e " as a Bob C a l i m e r i ,
S t a t e F a i r show. C o - c h a i r m e n a r e Bruce Haswell, J u n i o r s ; Don Cray
l l a s s e Kopen
'62
and
Lillian and Mark Wisenburg, S o p h o m o r e s ;
and Vmee Bankoski, Joe Cardone,
S c h m i d t '64.
J u d y Hall a n d Millie F l e t c h e r Larry C h a m b l e e , Tom Mitchell,
Sophomores,
a r e Hell Captains, Jim Davis, Mike Ginigliano, Don
and
Marcia
M a r o o n and Carol Gruol, Ted Wisner, Doug Flagg
R i c h a r d s a r e t h e P l e d g e represen- and Mick T u p a c z , freshmen.
Alpha Pi Alpha
tatives for Hell Week.
Phi Delta
Dave F r a n k '61, President, anThe sisters of Phi Delta
will nounces that the following h a v e
have a coffee h o u r with L a m b d a been pledged to Alpha Pi Alpha:
Chi Alpha at It. P. I. tonight.
Bob Alibozek, Norm B a u m g a r l n e r ,
NEWS Welcomes Six New
Faculty Members to Staff
The State College News once
again h a s the h o n o r of bidding
WELCOME to all new m e m b e r s of
our faculty.
John F Fried, a native of Vienna, Austria, h a s joined the Social
Studies d e p a r t m e n t . Mr. Fried rereived his Doctor of Law and Polilical Science a t the University of
Vienna and his P h . D . at Columbia
I'niversity. F o r m e r l y , he w a s the
Adjunct Professor of Political Kconomy al New York I'niversity and
a m e m b e r of the New School
A f o r m e r SL'CEA g r a d u a t e , Ka\
inond li Kelley, H A , will be pres
ent m the E d u c a t i o n d e p a r t m e n l
as Supervisor of Latin in the Milne
School. He h a s been teaching al
the Girls A c a d e m y
l.ibrarianship.
Susan S. Smith,
I S A , U.S., I. S . M A . , a g r a d u a t e
of SI'CEA, received her Ed 1). al
Columbia
l.'niwrsity.
Formerly,
slu
' w a s employed as Director of
Curriculum and Library Service,
K:isl
Groenbush
Irving A. Verschoor, a P S . gradlui11
' "f F o r d h a n i I'niversity, rereived his M A at \ e w York Cniversity and his M S. at Columbia
I'niversity lie h a s been serving as
Direeotr of the l.ihrar> Kxlciision
Service, State Education depart
menl, Albans
Laura F W o m a n a nalive of
Middlrhiirgh, received h e r A li.
from SI'CEA and h e r M S al the
!
n n e r - i u n| Illinois She h a s been
c m p l n s e d a , a librarian in Niska
l o u r part time faculty i n e m h c r s • u l n u
sllll l( y
have loined the d e p a r t m e n l ol
' '
ed her
St't'EA
A i i
M11'lit-r.^oii, who obtainI! \
and \l S I. S al
h a s been leaching in
I •'" 'kporl
/Vs&ce
THAVEL O P P O I t T L M T I E S
The Albany J u n i o r ( h a m b e r of
C o n i m e r c e is looking for a I'.iiil
C o m m u n i t y A m b a s s a d o r to be -a-nt
fret- during the s u m m e r of I'.Mil
to any one ol the following coun
t r i e s : India, Israel, Chile, Algeria.
E g y p t , Ireland, T u r k e y , or Niger
la. The deadline tor applications
is F e b r u a r y 24, 1961. F o r m s m a )
be o b t a i n e d at the R e g i s t r a r ' s Of
lice
Hail
Colombia
10, 1961
tee of l a s t y e a r ' s Senate will h e l p
m e in u n d e r s t a n d i n g s o m e of t h e
p r o b l e m s t h a t S e n a t e must face.
Also, I w a s a m e m b e r of Student
Union B o a r d for a l i m e last y e a r .
This h a s a c q u a i n t e d me with s o m e
of the p r o b l e m s the b u d g e t a r y organizations face. The big problem
in the organization is the lack of
transition in the budgets from one
y e a r to a n o t h e r . To solve this I
propose to h a v e a meeting of the
p r e s i d e n t s a n d t r e a s u r e r s of the
various c o m m i t t e e s along with the
officers of these organizations who
m a d e up the previous budget. 1 feel
that in this w a y the old officers c a n
a c q u a i n t the new officers with
s o m e of the p r o b l e m s they faced
in m a k i n g up their budgets.
STATE C O L L E G E
Dr. Hamilton
Stirs Group
Dr. T h o m a s II. Hamilton, Presi
dent of S t a t e University of New
York, spoke about the " G r e a t De
cisions P r o g r a m " Monday evening.
J a n u a r y 16, a t 8 p . m . in D r a p e r
3-1!). T h e p r o g r a m is sponsored
nationally by the Foreign Policy
Association, locally by the World
Affairs Council, a n d a t Albany
State by the F o r u m of Politics.
Dr. H a m i l t o n s t r e s s e d t h a t the
purpose of this m e e t i n g w a s to a c
quaint the a u d i e n c e with the for
mat and i d e a s of the p r o g r a m . To
assist him in t h e e x p l a n a t i o n , M r s
William S c h a r f m a n , M r s . H a r p
McMan,
Mr. T h o m a s
Plowden
Wardlaw, a n d .Mr. H e r m a n Ru
rlolpli, the discussion l e a d e r s of the
groups last y e a r , contributed s o m e
information c o n c e r n i n g the discus
sion.s.
T h e r e a r e a couple of o t h e r
things I would like to see done.
First, I would like the s e r v i c e s
c o m m i t t e e a n d t h e president of the
college to confer on the possibility
of h a v i n g a s e p a r a t e g o v e r n m e n t
building on the n e w c a m p u s . Second I would like lo see Senate and
C a m p Board work together to proDr. Hamilton told that the' g r o u p mote the C a m p Dippikill D a y
which would s e r v e to b e t t e r ac- were composed of from six to
quaint the students with the c a m p twelve people who meet once a
and t h e p r o g r e s s going on t h e r e . week for eight w e e k s . He inforn
ed the a u d i e n c e that these group
I t r u s t you will consider qualimet lo d i s c u s s the c u r r e n t politi
fications, proposed i m p r o v e m e n t s ,
cal, e c o n o m i c , a n d social problem
and philosophies when you cast
of the nation and world.
your vole for Student Association
Dr. Hamilton
then asked the
Vice P r e s i d e n t .
group l e a d e r s what were some ol
the good and b a d points of la."
s e a r ' s d i s c u s s i o n s . T h e l e a d e r s fell
thai
these
discussions
brought
forth a m u t u a l e x c h a n g e of idea
and thai a h e t e r o g e n e o u s g r o u p
was p r e f e r a b l e lo a homogenoouone. However, they also felt thai
Ihere w a s often not enough tine
to p r e p a r e the m a t e r i a l for the di
eussioiis and thai the p a r t i c p a n 1
were often afraid to speak.
As a follow up lo this m e e t i n g , ..
" G r e a t D e c i s i o n s " meeting wa
held in Lower l i r u h a c h e r Lounge
Wednesday, F e b r u a r y 8, at 8 p.in
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Sauersmen Down Suffolk, Utica
Journey to Oswego for Next Fray
By HOB D A V I E S
had unfavorable results
Coach J o e Garcia'.s Varsity m a t J a y put up a good fight through
State's rampaf>'ing basketball team hones to capture their eighth straight victory to-
Dick O'Connor, state's 167 2-1 decision against Hobart's Ger- P^en( 'Hy State's 6'5" center Don Cohen showed the pre-examination type ball that enabled the
pounder, provided an interesting aid Crass. Tom is another states' to defeat Siena and Plattsburgh. With Suffolk playing a box and one zone on Cobnut, nick wrestled < 'raig Cum man who is wrestling in a weight ben, he scored only 14 points, but played an excellent team game and pulled down 19
mmgs 01 liiobart
lo a r> 2 decision, class in which he is constantly out- rebounds. Jim Oppedisano gave Cohen little help off the boards, but scored 18 points in,'e has '"Pr«;,'";'.;;;;7; '"»Vhv >"s "«;;«";"1 Nevertheless, torn has
eluding 12 in the second half to take game honors for the
>''"'
third
'ls u
period
a s
evidenced by his tallied a 2-1 record
action in which he point record.
gaomed all of his live points.
O'Connor, the team's co-captain,
has developed heller take-down
maneuvers, which helped him pile
up the necessary points.
with
an
8-5 C * - . * . ^ .
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C
r a i l
The individual bonis went as fol•«••
lows: I2.'i, Hay Bouchard (A) won D
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by forfeit, clem ('row (A), won by D O W l " O " \ J T O I T I G
forfeit: Dave Pause (A),' pinned
Gene iiefferon (in. 2:29; John
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Kal/.el wrestled a good
match Wednesday despite his loss
by a decision. J a y h a s been
wrestling oui ol Ins weight ( l a s s
recoup} am! the di -,ad\ anlage h
Manhattan vs Albany
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tun.)U> lln- past weel
ncerning reasons
The basketball l e a g u e h a s t h r e e
hoot with an.\ soil t e a m s still r e m a i n i n g -Alden Hall,
f i r s t , n>
a future Sla e M a n h a t t a n basket
ol basketball t'eputat: m « ould e\ en C a m m a Kappa Phi and Madison
hail g a m e T i e c a u s e ol t h e s e nil
consider scheduling Album
it House
The next n a m e s will be
founded stories si<• in•. Irom Hie tJn• > were required to u.se o u r pre
F e b r u a r y 28 b e t w e e n Alden Hall
recent decision of Siena to drop sent facilities at P a g e Hall And ; i l ] l j Madison House
the M a n h a t t a n quintet Irom next there is no indication al this t i m e
WAA u r g e s all S l a t e s t u d e n t s to
y e a r ' s schedule
This action by Si- that such a g a m e would be held attend State F a i r S a t u r d a y night
e n , p r o m p t e d a n u m b e r ol Man anywhere but P a g e
r c b o u n d e r , g r a b s one off the b o a r d s
vvhll(, p a s s i n j , U m H I M h H u e s U , d | b e
hallan s local alumni to search lor
Second, a g a m e at P a g e would s u r e to stop at the WAA B o w l - O - u s s h e r w i n Bowens and John Wallace look on
other t e a m s m the capital a r e a to not help . M a n h a t t a n s Alumni a t D r o m e .
insure the r e t u r n ol the M a n h a t t a n all simply because they would not
You will be given two t h r o w s for
Carmello drove t h r o u g h t h e middle several times during
team to Hie i n eii> a r e a in the be able to get m to see the g a m e
a dime.If you a r e lucky enough to t h e f i r s t h a l f f o r a t o t a l o f 1 2 p o i n t s w h i l e C o h e n c o n t r i b u t e d
lie xt leu y e a r T h e onlj other
I'lurdly, this was a suggestion, bowl a s t r i k e , o n e nickel will be 1 0 a s t h e P e d s m a n a g e d a -14-33 h a l f - t i m e a d v a n t a g e ,
leau , l s ' » , " " s , i ' r " a ; j n ' , 1 ; i ' 1 ' " " 1 " " ' ' » ; U a " J , » t t a n College, but refunded. So to r e c e i v e a 50 p e r
half, t h e S a u e r s m e n finally b r o k e o u t of
1
I n t h e second
SI He and both t e a m s have been rather by a small g r o u p of alum- cent r e t u r n on y o u r e v e n i n g s ex- ,•>•
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a l u i t , l e n
t o a
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group m
m aa tt ee rr into
into the
district
at
the capitol
capitol aa rr ee aa district,
at WAA
WAA bowling.
bowling.
Ol lp l a>y' a n d t i l e r Wasted " i 0 0' - 6 8 " V i c t' o r y .
If there is any interest ol
of the
the Judging
Judging Irom
Irom the
the small
small crowd
crowd at
WAA
Six hit double figures
at
WAA is
is sending
sending tt hh ii rr tt ee ee nn rreepprree-part ol M a n h a t t a n Collegee Alh
this
years
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A111 this years Siena M a n h a t t a n g a m e , s e n l a l i v e s lo p a r t i c i p a t e in bowl- \A/ racf I j nQ
Ictic D e p a r t m e n t , it h a . not
hope ol
ol securing
securing
a paying
paying mg,
mg, basketball
basketball a
an
nd
d volleyball
volleyball at
at a
a
a s the P e d s broke t h e 100 m a r k for
it been
been any
an> hope
a
"y3 • • •
made public. Reliable sources re crowd large enough to afford the Joint college p l a y d a y at Russell
iConliiutrd
jn>m nbuvi
the second time this season. Cohen
veal that there h a s been no lot - U n i o n would seem entirely out Sage College on F e b r u a r y 18. WAA
. t
paced the attack with 18, followed
nial conlael I
ir a l l e l i c depart ol Hie question
hopes
this play
r e - '.-.t*\i"'.7.!.."..!.."'
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Varsity N e a r s Winning Season
Bowen all had 13.
Lasl W e d n e s d a y ' s m a t c h , which
The Peds out rebounded Utica 59lelt Stale with a :i-l! record, also 27 with Cohen again leading with
gives the P a d g r u p p l e r s a c h a n c e 1M while Oppedisano and G r e e n e
for their lirsl winning, season in each added 11.
the t e a m ' s Inslorj
Despite this.
After the long trek to Oswego,
. . .
the lack ol .student .support h a s the Peds will play a r e t u r n m a t c h
S ate s basketball t e a m will tra- ,„,,,„ ( , x | , , , , „ „ . , I 1 ( j l i n , ; l l ) U , a n l ( | a . with Oneonta T u e s d a y night in
•I to oriland M a r c h j I lavon-d ,.,,.,„,„,, This S a t u r d a y the Krosh Page Hall. In the previous contest,
' " , ' ' l ' " l n | ' "'«• • S l '" 1 , ( " " ; , « t ' l m l r and W a r m s
t e a m s will meet a the Red Dragons e m e r g e d with a
ne> l„r the lirst l i m e . Last y e a r M r i )
| ) i , . k l . n s „ „ t e a m . 77-70 win on their h o m e court,
K;,rl(.%
ill.P l a t t sto
b u rCortland
g h lor third
placei.etN
a l t eheal
r losing,
in U | , l | | ( | ( . , „ , , , , , , > k r l | ,„ , , „ „ , , ,„ T ) u . y h a u . , n M o n l y l w o g a m e , t ( )
the match
II should lie a lasl d a l e bill a r e without the services
the Mini d u a l s
itu\ m g , e x e i l m g e\ elll
of Dick While who was one of the
Cohen Leads P e d s
deciding factors in the first contest.
\ a r s i l y Iteconl
After the Oneonta g a m e , the
I he Ped-, u ill be led b\ Doll ( 'o
Peds have four g a m e s r e m a i n i n g
i oriland t:1 Alban.\ u
ben, u bo \s as an all tourney scire
on the schedule before the S t a t e
lion lasl
\ e a r In Pi g a m e s the,
All.an> lo Wonelair 11
Teachers Tourney to be held in
>ea son i obeii ha s scored 2A\l point s
III'I Hi Ailianv 1.1
I'm H a n d on March 2, J, and lib.
lor an a\ .-race ol 17 H points per
•
A
Posl
22
Alb,in\
ti
According; to Coach Dick Sailers,
game
Mbaii} 'ti Oiieuiiia Ih
the r e m a i n d e r of the season hinges
Lead Dunkel I t a l i n g s
greatly on lwo f a c t o r s : " K e e p i n g
Ml.an\ ;'i; lloburl K
everyone in one piece and getting
I he en hi pal I n ipalllig
Stale
1
my
'.secondary'
rebounders
to
ollege
l e a Ills
are
selected
by
niui e after the b a l l . "
Dunkel raliu," , al the end ol the
.,,.,
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o
n
L
o
i
i
a
.ihlc.
'I
h
e
,-jieeul
-on
T ) p i n g el i oi , ni
t h r e e ol the Peds a r e r e c o v e r
regulai
,eason Lasl w e e k ' s rai
hire o l l l n . papi i li l i e • H pe i l l ' " 10 e l . , e w i l l l i l l l t .1
I mg from injuries which h a v e de
lie's showed Stale in fllsl place
finatel> been fell in the last few
•out linn kporl in .second II Stale
trace uilh |ii I an o n h n a i ) pern d era cr. Id nits: cleanThere v\i 11 he a meeting lor
g a m e s l-a> Hiehai'dson failed lo
I" al i Pro. Lp.il I F e b 2h the} will
Varsil) baseball t a n d i t l a t e s in
looking, peile, ll) l> f.fil p.ipel-. , \ e \ l tunc >oil ,-lt down
.see action in the Suffolk g a m e
: e | I up , e e d e d
Drahel 111 on 'Mi.iiilav, l e l i i u
at the |., J,,,.,,,! n u k e no mistake - t)|»' on Cmi as.ihle!
while liowen and Oppedisano both
ar> 1.1th, at :i:.'lll. Those unable
I 'asl loin na menl u inner-, a r e
VIIIII , I
• ol CoiM-.il.le III
^..;i
saw limited action d u e to s p r a i n e d
to attend should c o n t a c t Mr.
IU..V Oswego
ankles.
light, iiiediiim, heavy weights and
, '•'_'•
Ituilingaiiie at his office in
IU.'IK Cortland
Sailers also stated thai both Hill
Itlf.lJ
Oswego
Page Gym.
O n i o n S k i n . In l u u i l y 100\ J5/
Carmello a n d J i m G r e e n e could be
lutio l o i i l a i i d
sheet p.n Lets ami .'lOO-.shccl
great factors in the s t r e t c h d r i v e ,
( M I S S ( I t li
boxes. Only L'aloil makes
« ^ ,
i ' a r m e l l o with his s h a r p passing
and ball handling h a s been showing
On i a able.
'"
\ n \ n i i c interested in form
the back court abilities that have
ing and parlii iputiiiK
in a
U
A l l c i k s l m e I) j)i-w i Ui-i Paper
' ^^Sti^'.Mbeen missing, a n d should his de
chess ( h i h to meet tenlativid)
mi Tiitla>
evenings, please
lense i m p r o v e , he could be one ol
217 Western Ave.
Albany, N. V.
contact
It o v a u a
llrovvn
the Peds best floor l e a d e r s . G r e e n e
BATON I'Al'ICH CDMI'UMATION I E ) I ' l l »SHI£LD. MASS.
I'hone li 3010
through student mail, or call
h a s finally r e v e a l e d his scoring
HO :i Mi.'fX
and rebounding abilities.
ERASK WITHOUT A TKACE
ON EATOtNS COKIJASAIJLE BOND
NO FULL REFUNDS ON
•
Tuesday night against Ltica, the Peds continued to play
^ ° s a m e 2 a m e "f floppy ball-handling and passing that
plagued them throughout the Suffolk game. Don Cohen
continued to play his excellent game of team work and received good support from the newest addition to the Peds,
°**aBas».
Gerald Drug Co.
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FEBRUARY lO, 1961
PAGE S
Dr. Vincent Schaefer Heads New Language A D. Group
Expedition to Yellowstone To Enter State; To Conduct
A scientific expedition to Yellow- lapse movies of air circulation NoExaminations Play Tryouts
stone Park, consisting of eight sci- patterns, and will serve as general
entists interested in experimental photographer of the expedition.
meteorology will be led by Dr.
Two members of the expedition
Vincent J. Schaefer of the Science are from government research
Department at SUCEA.
groups, three from private reThe atmospheric scientists will search organizations, and three
assemble at Idaho Falls, February from universities. They are: Mr.
13, and the next day will travel by Robert Baughman of Northern Fire
auto to West Yellowstone, then by Research Laboratory, U. S. Forest
snowmobile to the Old Faithful Service, Missoula, Montana, Dr.
Geyser Basin. They will spend the David dates, of Central Radio
following ten days in the geyser Propagation Laboratory, National
area studying the unique subcooled Bureau of Standards, Boulder,
fogs and clouds abounding in the Colorado, Mr. Randall Koenig, Rearea.
search Associate of the MeteorWith each hourly eruption of Old ology Department, University of
Faithful, it is possible to make a Chicago, Dr. Paul MacCready,
new study or experiment, or to re- President of the Meteorology Repeat one already conducted. More search, Inc., Aitadena, California,
than 201 separate opportunities, to Professor Wendell Mordy, Director
study and observe at Old Faithful of the Desert Research Institute,
geyser and other geysers in the University of Nevada, Dr. Claes
vicinity, will be available during Rooth, Research Associate, of
the ten day period Nature
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, Woods Hole, Massachusetts,
Participants of the Expedition
The participants of the expedi- Dr. Bernard Vonnogut, Research
tion have been selected for their Associate, of the Arthur D. Little,
outstanding abilities in field re- Inc. Laboratories, W e s t Camsearch. Each will specialize in his bridge, Massachusetts and Dr. Vinparticular phase of the atmos- cent .1. Schaefer of the College.
pheric sciences. All studies to be
conducted are related to experimental
meteorology
concerned
with the physical properties of subcooled clouds and ice crystals and
their reactions in the cold air of
the area. The visit will combine
both field research and informal
discussions related to the experimental work underway and the
general scientific interests of each
participant.
Dr. Vincent J. Schaefer, who will
lead the group, is a research consultant in Schenectady and a lecturer in science at the College. Dr.
Schaefer, while a Research Associate at the (1. K. Research Laboratory working in the laboratory
of the late Dr. Irving Langmuir,
discovered a method for seeding
subcooled clouds with dry ice. This
led to the large worldwide effort
now being directed toward determining the possibilities and
limitations of weather control. Dr.
Schaefer spent an exploratory visit
of a week in Yellowstone last winter. He is responsible for the general arrangements and plans to
prepare ice crystal replicas, measure atmospheric nuclei, take time
Some students have asked me if
Tryouts for the first evening
I would teach them Sanskrit. I
of Advanced Dramatic Producshall be very glad to give some lestions will be on Monday, Februsons in Sanskrit provided there is
ary 13 and Tuesday, February
sufficient number. Sanskrit is basic
14 from 7-10 p. m. All people
to many of the Indian languages
wishing to try out should report
and a knowledge of Sanskrit would
to Page Hall.
help those who want to learn some
Indian language later. I must, howThe first in a series of three
ever, caution the enthusiasts that
evenings will consist of three
it is a difficult language—like Latin
plays: AMBULANCE direct
or Creek. Only those who are seried by llasse Kopen 'f»2, IMPKOMTU directed by Arlene
ous about it should attempt it. This
Emery '01, and NO EXIT diis not a formal course. So there
rected by Paul Turse '62.
will be no examinations, no credits, and no grades. There are no
The performances are schefees charged and no obligations of
duled for March 14 and 15.
any kind. The group will meet once
People without theatre exa week -either in the afternoons or
perience are encouraged to
evenings—at a time convenient to
try out. There are eight male
all. The text book to be used will
and six female parts avaidbe Perry's Sanskrit Primer (Co
able.
lumbia University Press). It will
not be required for the first 8 or
Hours and days convenient for
10 weeks. Those interested will
meeting
please furnish the following inforThe information may be left
mation on a 3x5 card:
cither in Richardson 385 or in the
Name (Last name first i
Faculty mail box today.
Class
K. S. N. Rao
Telephone Number
SUB Stages
Activity Plans
Donna Wctsig, S. U. B. Culture
Chairman, announces a modern
art exhibit from the 327 Gallery in
Room 5 of Brubacher from 8 p.m.
Friday, February 10 to Friday,
February 17. Refreshments will be
served on opening night.
Inaugural Hall
Planning committees are forging
ahead with plans for the Inaugural
Hall to be held on Saturday, February 18. says Publicity Chairman
Larry Simmons 'ii:i II will be in
the Alden-Waterbury Dining Room
from '.) p.m. to 1 a.m. Two o'clock
hours may be obtained. Bids will
be distributed from !) a.m. to 3
p.m. Monday' through Friday, Feb.
13-18. Co-chairmen are Sheril McCormack and Jim Cadone, Juniors.
Carol Rossomono 'fi-1 and Ronald
Richley '(i.'i head tin- decorations
committee, and Tom Vianese '03
and Sandy Jones T,2 take care of
refreshments. Music will tie pro\ ided by Lenny Ricardi.
Bridge Tourney
Student Union Hoard is sponsoring the fourteenth Annual National
Inter collegiate B r i d g e Tournament on campus during the week
of February 18-21!.
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Instrumentalists are still welcome in the college Hand, Monday
,'i p m. and the Orchestra, Tuesday 3 p III. Some instruments
are available. See Dr, Charles V.
Stokes, Richardson IIH'J.
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FRIDAY.
FEBRUARY
17. 1961
'94»
VOL.
XLVI.
NO. 2
DickRobinson Inauguration Activities
Looks Back Jo Highlight Weekend
And Ahead
Often, it is highly unfortunate
that we, as members ol a race of
The second annual Inaugural weekend begins today and
will be highlighted by the Inauguration ceremonies, Inaugural
B a U a m
„.
,
a
jazz
concer
t,
. ,
n
TT H a
i
.
humans, must finish a task before
tomorrow, at 1 p.m. in Page Hall, the Inaugural cerewe can really appreciate the scope "">'iies are scheduled. After a short introduction by SA Presiof what the job entailed in the first dent Richard Robinson, the results of the class elections will
place. Since one must learn by ex- be announced and the officers of the Junior. Sophomore and
perience it seems, at least in the- freshmen classes will be presented.
ory, that perfection may never be
At that time, the new SA President and Vice-President
attained in any large scale endeav- will be introduced. Robinson will then present the new Senate
or. Applying the above to the job
members.
that I shall finish tomorrow, 1
After the oath of office has been
would like to express a few opinadministered to the new SA I'res
ions, neither biased nor those with
,
„ |
ident and the gavel has been Uuriwhich all of you readers will ag,,(
f-1
ri
I
Cri&C
I
Gtm
' " v c ' r ' " n m 1 , Robinson will
ree, but simply what I feel I have
I
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llol
I
t
J
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III
officially
terminate his office with
learned while being the President
his farewell address.
of the Student Association
Senate began the 19(311-01 legis
T l u . n o w prL,sit|enl wi]1 l h c n a s .
lalive year with only six members s m m , h | s f i r s , responsibility ol
returning from the previous ses- o f f i a , b v a ( | n ,,nistering the oath
sum. The pressure ol government- ()f lllTJL.L, ,„ t , K , n t , w vice-President
al demands soon turned this green a n ( , Senators. He will then deliver
Jean Anouilh's delightful charade with music, "Ring
group into a serious-minded and h | s I n a u K u r a | Address,
relatively eliieienl body.
ceremonies will be
Around the Moon," will be presented by the Dramatics and
Th(, offjt.ja|
The major part of Senate's tune ..(included bv the tapping of MysArts Council, lor eight performances beginning tonight a t
during the spring semester was ^unia
8:30 p.m. and continuing through February 25th. A studevoted to the establisheinent of
,
, „ ..
dent tax card or $1.50 promises an evening ol sheer enjoya sound budget for the year. The
Inaugural Ball
ment in witnessing the results ol' a Frenchman's all-toocombined efforts of Cabinet and
' l " ' lll ' wi > elected campus govcomplicated scheme to disengage his twin brother from his
Senate committees greatly expe- ernnien' ollicer, will be honored
fiancee. The inevitable mix-up ol which twin is which
diled the handling of the organi a l l l u ' Inaugural Hall tomorrow
forms the crux of the action. Set in Fiance during the early
zations budgets. The budgetary evening from 1) p.m. to 1 a.m. m
innovations were begun by Senate. Alden-Waterbury Dining Hall. The
1900's this two-act c< medy offers a cast of twelve
Equipment pool was formed to semi-formal dance will feature
characters
handle more efficiently the pur- "'<' '""Sic "' ,l11' s , ' v , ' n PR'c'f Lcnni
Karl Heads Cast
chase of recreation supplies for Bicardl orchestra.
Hrucc Karl 'l>2 takes on the unT l u nt w S A a n d d a s s
A.MIA, WAA, and Outing Club
' -'
officers
usual role of porlri
raying the twins, I
D^.^.^ T^~l~*.
Also, a special contingency fund will form a reception line, at
DICK
KOB1NSON
lingo and Eredcricl
was established as part of the which ll,n<-' t h l ' student body will
ly different from the other. Bonnee
budget to cover unforeseen ex ''avo '»>' opportunity to meet their
Scott '62 plays the part of Diana,
"The Man in the Moon" will be
As 1 look back on the year that penses of the budgetary organiza- , u ' w officers.
the fiancee; Andrea Bachner 'G2 meeting a man on the moon be- .as just passed, I can see many tion. The entire process of budge!
Bids are free and will be handed
...
,, '
,, ,
,
... approval consumed an amazinglv " l " until 3 p.m. today; however,
portrays Isabella, and ilasse Ko- lore the end ol the century," pre- things that 1 would have done dil- g m a ] 1 a m o u n t o f U m e j n S e n a U . they will not be required to gain
authority
pen T2 plays the mother of Isa- 'lids
Willy Ley, the world famous ferently. Some of these things 1 demonstrating very efficiently the entrance to the Ball. Couples will
center door,
facing
tl 1 1 |entrance
AUo in tin' emi -iri. IVivid I'roo- travel
whoonwillrockets
addressand
thespace
fac- .,,,
(-,,.,,.. „,„,,,,, „] efficient
holla.
authority
committee 1 '"Hall
' ' | ( ' l| ance through
the Men's
haVL
left f(jr U ) e m , x | | n a n w h o j m p i ) r t a m . t ,
beginning of Alden The Alden Dining Hall enAlso in mi o b i an ua i(.i Lion
.....i,,.,, h , „ | v i,„|.,,. I,-„I> will
occupy
mv
present
posit
on
to
Uinctioning
will (H
trance cannot be used. Cirls will
en '62 as Joshua. Norma Kutzer 'Gl ""> <<ni1 student bod\ today, 1-eb' •>
'
'
Shortly after tin
1
l
R
l
,
:l1
be given extended hours until 1'
lullill.
written
problem
as Capulel, Paul Villain '(12 as ruarj
<"»'> 17.
" • at
' " one
"'I -' o'clock
" '""-' 'in
" Page
'»f
" " • "Ihese
" ^ l things
""»° ' I "tunc
" ^ ™'""
the la
a clerical
»i i
i> Elizabeth
M ...
ii.,,.i,......
Silence Colloquium
Pro- down
, ; , . , . .as my
,, specific recoinmenda.,
, ifaced
Messerchmanii,
Stroud initialed
" a " '" vonnection
with the newly
ncreascd
with enrollment forced the a '"
Au [
Committees
as Madame
Mortes,
'
tions to the cominencing Senate. Ibusiness department to greatly
Schner
'ill asDes
lady
India,liaroara
(Irani
'"
bom in
in rserun
Merlin All ol these will not be
Dulfin 'HI as Patrice. Hal Szenes
Will> l.e> was oorn
_ followed. curtail and finally prohibit slu
('o-chairinen are Sheril McCor
i;.| as Koiuaunille. and John \'iele "' 1; ' n,i l l ( ' sliulii'il at the d i v e r - •s""11' »will
' " |J'»ve
and ,,,.„, l|S( , ()f I I i a c , l i n i . s f o r n o n . c u r ,„.,,.,. ,,,„, ,„„ ( ., l t o I U , , , u n i o r s .
prove ina(,equate
inadequate and
,';•_> as the Ceiieral
Hies ol Berlin and Konigsberg in ol no use others will never be ricular purposes. After discussion Carol Hossamono 'Gl and Ronald
Kasl
f'-ossia, concentrating on . u,rted, but I do sincerely hope and mvestigalion, Senate author Uudilcy 'ii;i. head the decorations
Stage Crew
aslroiinmy, paleontology, and phy- s
llial these ideas which were care ized Ihe purchase of a inimeo ,om miiii e. Tom Vianese 'ilii, and
VVorking on props is Cail Murletl sics In I!l2.rj he became interested
graph and a duplicator for student Sand> Junes H:.', are planning Ihe
,ul| v
11 1
costunies Pal
Pat ISenedetlo
ISenedetlo 'G2,
m IOCKCIS
rockets anil
and space
space utravel
A —"-'
. Ii"-"
' logelher
use, TThese
were install relreshnieiils; and Larry Simmons
'G2, costumes
iiii, ni
a \ e i i\
' * " " , will
..... not
..... be
w. cast
w..s, US(
| M . S( , mmachines
a t . | u n t . s wen- install
lights Lillian Zona '*>'•'., and sound year later, he published his first aside and forgotten. Each Senator ed in liru under the supervision of I;.J |S m charge of Publicity
Carole liond i'," Stage manager is I'ook Trip Inln Space
He and l | | a t w u | k s t l l | . | ) l l f , h , h ( , d o ( J | . ,,,• 1)u , a lab assistant.
Ja/./ Concert
Barbara
Sclmli/
.11. assislanl S,,IMI ' " l l "' 1 ' German
™ l l l l s l s ,,,,;,.,,,, , ) i n ;, l t , ,,„,..,. .,„„, w .,,|.,„ v
Probably Senate's major legis
111 1
M
slaK<' manager Jim Jackson '(12, J" " '" birmmg a rocket re
'
'"""| a l l w , accoinplishinent was the A Hi piece ja//. band, Ihe Hank
.,,,,1 .,,,t ilesignei \lr Edward Men search organization which today nay evening will gel a chance to drawing up of a single bill to Torgan group, will present the
,| l l s ,\| r I;,,,],.., \| |.emi.nil is the '^ ""' Cernian Rocket Society, look al these and others which will cover all SA elections. This bill final program ol the Inaugural
director ol ihe plav, and assisting A h l r "' "l"' ; l k a m l " r i l e Cerman, ))(. , ) r t . s t , n t c t | | )V t | u , presently ex obviates the necessity of separate weekend in Miubacher's Lower
i,; n , ,. I m ,i | | ,,....... '.;•.
I'.nglisli and I'l'eiieh. and able to
consideration of each individual Lounge from 2-1 p.in on Sundas
olioheisset
I.IIMI.I . .I,.IMI,I
, ,
, . . .
i isline rseniile
whitei—againsl a Italian
l,in
l.e>
iiiaintaiued
a
corres
M I ,
,
,..,,
i, ,,,|
This brings me to the point thai elecliiin
will save
weeksthai
of vthis
al certliolhwill
by con
the
ll isseveral
anlicipated
Ihe be
Hall sponsored
and the Jazz
wilh
pioneers
" l '"' K '•"'••'"I
" • ' ! • " • •"!,
pnndenii
wilh nickel
rocket pioneers
1,1,11
,
, uable time lor succeeding Senates Siudenl I'nion Hoard again llns
ored lanterns h.e.er above Ihe fur ||| r ( ) U ,,|„ I U | |.:uropc and America
I wish inelse
make, ll I have learned
,,
,
,,
, ., ,
n it ii it • Alinuspheie is added b\ the n,. KSA, ,| |( . , ] r M U | | ( l l . ,„ y[li.\ir[ nothing
'(
iiiitinittit
"ii
Ini/i
4,
Column .'
year
placement "I while wall lamps mi
this sear, I have
Ihe sides ol Ihi audlliil'llini
research In Wernlicr \'oli liraun learned one thing, and Dial is In
In Pill he became ,1 I S clli <U'|)end on and trust in Ihe judgTaped IIIIIMI was flown Irom / ( n . | n i | during World War II uienls
andcan
suggestions
ol complete
others
\ o one
possibly be
l 1 1
-" "
-|"'ci,,lh for Slate Col M . r w .d u s ., r i . s i , u r i .|| engineer for l> sure ol what ma> happen
lege I'liealeis pi'odiicllon lllillld l h ( Washlllglon Instllule ol Tech
ed 111 ihe musical at lion of Ihe plaj nolo;", and later as eonsiillunt to
is a Ian... m Keeping Willi Ihe u„. ullie, ol lechnnal services ol M.'in> times Ihe best qualllled perlancili
"I -I ihe production ,| u . (
,, | )( .,,.,,•,,,,,.,,, „f (•„,„ son in the world will have his prob
ini'i'i »•
loins and make his mistakes I in
He wrote Conquest ol Space in " ll1 Hying to apologize for an> ..I
lini
PUD and later published The Ex
"'- however, I would like to see
lil.iialion ol Alars, 111 collabura some of my pitfalls he profitable
I'llh Von Mrann, and Rockets, markers to the next to follow
and Space Travel
,..,.
Am
He is a Fellow of Ihe British
*[>• a ' s ' l l ' a V 1 ' tl "''' u l l u ' e '
w,ml(l
ke
Since ., large number ol students, | n t t . l p i a I 1 t . t a ,- v Society, a member
"
' " ""l"'ess upon everj
nearl.N t u n ha\c expressed their ,,f || u . American Rocket Society a l , , H ' ''""cerned in goveinniunt ol
desire in learn Sanskrit, I bine |, ( .|| m v ,,| | | u . Meleroritical Soci 'lie 'ask that lies ahead This is not
thought 11 expedient to use the col t .|. a member of the Inslilute of '' l a s ' < ' " '"' 'akeii lightly, or a job
11 nuns ol the .Male College News Aeronautical Sciences, the Societj ' " '"' J'^ed about, bin 11 is a job
lor the purpose of 1 oinniunicalion ,,1 American Mililar) engineers, which iiuisl be accoinplished and
I'eiilaliwh we meet Tuesdays at the American Association for the can onl> be accomplished with the
7 p in in Draper 2i)i> beginning Advancement
of Science, and ideas of those going before and
A scene from last year's Inaugural Hall
next week Ihe Insi meeting will contributes to many publications those yet to come In other words,
be Kebruan 21 l'Jlil K S.N. Rao 'Conluuinl <oi I'm.n ',. Column / ' it's up to all of us
60-61 Senate
D & A Council Stages
Ring Round The Moon
Ley to Speak
<<i ahdisinct In r a g e I o a a y
(Continued from 1'iu/i I, Column I
2) Committee Coordinator
My relevant qualifications arc:
1) Treasurer, Vice I'residenl, and
President of Student Council
The important thing in this is
organization These committees
should be organized efficiently
2) President, District »G NYSASC.
.'! i Took part in four month leader
ship program.
I) Attended Statewide Leadership
Institute at Syracuse University.
('urrently:
President of Sophomore class
President of Waterbury Hall
If there are any questions, I hope
you will ask them.
Resides the above, the Vice Pros
ideal should be able to lake o w r
for the I'residenl whenever he in
desires or whenever n becomes
necessary The I'residenl should be
allied and assisted in an\ was possible by the Vice I'residenl
In view ol the abuse, I feel I
have ilit- ability and qualifications
tor tins job
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