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NEWS. FRIDAY.
MARCH
3.
1961
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Four State Students Support SUB Chairman Senate Services Committee
Appoints Heads Organized for You; Use It!
Turkey A t Model U. N
For Committees
Expressing
the
views
of
Turkey, four Statesmen last weekend took the floor at the 13th Annual Model United Nations Security Council at St. Lawrence
University in Canton, New York.
Representing Albany State as delegates to the Council were Ross
Dunn, Jan Dyckman, Roy Knapp.
and Robert Rittner. Each of the
delegates took Turkey's seat for
the discussion of two resolutions
concerned with present world problems. Some of the proposals under
consideration were U.S. Aggression
in Cuba, repatriation of Arab refugees, and the admission of Red
China.
The Council is intended to be
realistic as possible, and many of
the delegates and advisors remarked that it was one of the best
such imitations of the real Security
Council since the founding of the
annual event. The assembly was
marked by an outburst against the
Secretary-General by one of the
Soviet delegates, a violent proLumumba demonstration from the
audience, and a Russian walkout
over the Congo issue. The Turkish
(Albany
State;
delegates
took
every opportunity to criticize their
traditional enemy, the S o v i e t
Union, but made speeches in support of almost all United States
policies. The
Albany
delegates
were advised on the Turkish position by Professor Richard Chambers of St. Lawrence University,
an expert on Middle
Eastern
affairs
Other awards went to University
of Western Ontario, best delegate,
Student Union Board Chairman.
West Point and Loyola College of Steve Myslinski. announces the
Montreal for best delegations.
chairmen of the Board's standing
committees for 1961-62
Appointed to head the following
positions
are:
Parliamentarian.
Sheril McCormick: Dance Committee. Terri DiSimone and Ron RichBeginning this week all lost
ly: Calendar, Donna Wctsig, i coarticles are to be claimed at
ordinator), Cinrh Hod"." and Sandy
the Lost & Found box which is
•Jones: Culture, Anne I'artise; Servlocated in lower Draper outices, Jackie I,indsa\ and Jeanette
Kovba; House. Sheril McCormick
side the IBM Room. Notices
and Tom
Vianese
Recreation,
will no longer be sent through
Dave .Moore.
student mail. A person who
wishes to r e c l a i m a lost artiThe Public Relations C o m m i t t e e
cle must come to the Lost &
will lie divided this y e a r into a
Found box to pick up the
P o s t e r c o m m i t t e e , under the direcarticle.
tion of Rich Albano and a Press
Relations Committee, under the
The box will be open at the
direction of Bob Sargeant
following t i m e s :
Notice
Monday—11:50 to 12:00
12:50 to 1:00
Tuesday through Friday —
10:50 to 11:00
12:50 to 1:00
If you can not be there at
any of the above stated hours
please contact Carol Bastian
'61, Lillian Richter '62 or Mary
Ruth.
Notice
All those interested in parti
cipating in Chess Club are in
vited to attend the first meet
ing an dsimultaneous exhibition conducted by Dr. Grava
at Brubacher Hall, this Frid a y , March ::, at 7:.'i0 p.m.
Most pei Pie are unaware of the
fact that a ; roup such as the
Services Comittee is in existence,
This organization is stirred to actinn by the student body. It takes
all suggestions for improving condilions at Albany State directly to
Dean Thorne. Once the proposals
reach Dean Thorne, they are given
special consideration and every
effort is made to see if the plans
can satisfactorily
be put
into
effect.
Without suggestions from the
student body, the c o m m i t t e e can
do very little. About the only way
dial these suggestions of yours can
really be brought to the attention
of the administration is through
a g m u p such as this. One individual can n e v e r h o p e to have the
v i m e a m o u n t of influence as an
organized body representing the
students
Often good suggestions
are never brought to light because
:he individual having them does
not know who to contact. This tthe purpose of this committee.
The S e r v i c e s
Committee
has
!»' n fjwite active in the past.
Some of the things it has a c c o m plished arc a .semester break for
next w a r ; Raster vacation starting this year on Thursday instead
of Friday; organizing a blood dm.
for a needy girl; extending o p
hours for the library; installs
lights in the library; and placir'
n a m e plaques on Waterbury ar.
Alden Halls,
Look around and s e e what
would like to s e e changed or a :
to this school. Then contact on.
the following
m e m b e r s of
Services Committee: Geri S< •
fer and Dick Kelly, '62, co-cl .
men;
Elaine llouser. '62;
Allen and Bill Burnett, 'G3, !
Cerra and Lenny Lapinski.
Notice
ATTENTION CLASS OF V :
Senior pictures for the Pit;.1
Pedagogue will be taken March
12-March 18 in Brubacher Hall
in rooms 4 and 5 from 9 a.m
to 1 p.m.
Sign-up sheets will be posted
on
the
Pedagogue
bulletin
board near the girls' lockei
room from March .'! through
March 10. N o t e:
student*
who expect to graduate in Jan
uary '62 should also sign up .it
this time.
Tareyton delivers the flavor...
Ross Dunn, head of the Albany
delegation, received the honorable
mention award for best delegate.
State College News
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Sunday,
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D & A, announces the forthcoming
final
State
College
Theatre production of the year,
OEDIPUS REX, directed by
Dr. Paul Bruce Pettit. Try outs
for the play will be Monday
and Tuesday, March 11 and 28,
7:.'i0 each night, in Richardson
291. The first reading of the
play will be Wednesday, March
29.
Gerald Drug Co.
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be reported to the Student's
Selective Service local board
of jurisdiction for use in considering his deferment as a
student.
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ALBANY
NEW YORK. r R I D A /
10 1961
STATE COLLEGE
Peace Corps
C a m tnu nicatian<i
In m o s t n e w s p a p e r s a n d n e w s m a g a z i n e s t h i
s week o n e
o f t h e b i g g e s t s t o r i e s has been t h e t r e m e n d o u s r e s p o n s e , f r o m
a l l over t h e c o u n t r y , t o P r e s i d e n t K e n n e d y s p r o p o s e d Pe^ce
C o r p s . T h e r e p r o b a b l y has n o t been such r e s p o n s e to a g o v e r n m e n t p r o p o s a l since t h e days o f t h e g r e a t D e p r e s s i o n a n d t h e
W.P.A.
If seems t o us t h a t o n e of t h e b i g g e s t f e a t u r e s of this
p r o g r a m , a n d i t s a p p e a l , is t h a t i t is g o i n g to m a k e v e r y w e a k ,
t h o s e a r g u m e n t s used t h e w o r l d o v e r a g a i n s t t h e U n i t e d
States: T h a t we a r e a n a t i o n o f t a l k e r s , n o t d o e r s . T h i s p r o g r a m has g i v e n A m e r i c a n s t h e n a t i o n o v e r s o m e t h i n g a b o u t
w h i c h to t h r o w back t h e i r s h o u l d e r s w i t h p r i d e , and w i t h d u e
c a u s e , f o r t h e r e is s o m e t h i n g a b o u t t h e p r o p o s e d Peace C o r f
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s m a l l t o w n f o r t h e rest o f t h e i r l i v e s . T h e r e is an o p p o r t u n i t y
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b o t h *D - c r v e
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TOl'RNA.MKNT AM.STAR TKAMS
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Drop Two of Three for Sixth Place
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It \va.- meant to be th.it o u r elu.s.s would be unified even al Fro.sli C a m p we were not to be separated a.s they
instituted a co-id c a m p for the first time. However, almost
immediately, the F r e s h m e n suffered their first set-backs
the twirls noticed the lack ol males on c a m p u s , a n d t h e guys /'.
found the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n ordering all women in d o r m s to J pull down their window shades.
Completely e x h a u s t e d from t h e i r first walk about
• a m p u s . m a n y s t u d e n t s welcomed a cooling drink, which
they found could be supplied in Hedrick's — a new a n d
wonderful beverage native to Albany T w o of o u r favorite
hang-outs were to become O'Heaney s a n d t h e WT. Much
to o u r dismay there was n o d a n c i n g o r singing allowed m fact, there was little room to do a n y t h i n g !
When 1 p.m on Fridays rolled a r o u n d , t h e Bluejays ''f*^
• ould be totind perched in Page Hall anxiously a w a i t i n g \
[C
oi was it TGIF' 1 Well, they were anxiously waiting!
How many ol us will ever forget t h e m u c h - t a l k e d abuut book lines in o u r F r e s h m a n Year' 1 Whereupon receiving, o u r f'Uir~v\eek g r a d e , . I here was a large question
:n our iiiind., weiv thry worth waiting loi ' A still larger
.ji!. iii.ii li.oiiiid in th. iiiind.-, nl mil prills wi-i'i' wi u m i g
'Inn.
Whal thev didn'l n a h / e w a . that '.'..• wri. j m that •
adpa-li d" period '
y,
< )i,
< xpi i ienee oi o u r '.< an '.', cek grades a n d r^
lllflil
hc,..ir\ v,e tlioiight i' uiilv fair to treat
'In losme Suph.N In ail iniormal gi I l o g e t h e r at Yez/.i'.s
I'ln .' \\fi'e In.' cai'cli.'f day-i ol t h e "all-college" beer par• ic.s' Orgaiii/fd by mi! class g u a r d i a n s , Ro Walsh a n d
NOW WHERE DID THE ROYS GOV
Davi Mead. \\c put on quiti a s h o w ' Il a n v o n e lell t h e
part', withiiiil beiiH! soaked by al ie.i.st one glass of beer,
in- was con ^idcr. d : ucky '
Soon after tin.-, s m m a n d music Idled t h e air a.s t h e
i r a \ i l l m g choruses ol tin loin Hal. i nities delighted a n d
ihiilli d il:.- Ii male ( h e c k s l.iiil, did they know that this
•.', ould ii. Me !,i-l \. ,i i mi 1 hi -, "spiril ed' . icca sion
T i n isi i e u s A h o --[ii n l
I.
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Looking Back
Adkins
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• AIV ARMS ARE KILLING ME!
WOll.I) VOL HOLD THIS A MINUTE?
Not ice
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re'"'
,sl up,-I,!
o l P . , -,
body
Field
pi i meat ill" I he all like a s u l p h u r expei'linenl '
Soioiil\ a n d l i a t c i i u t y weekends foremost mi t h e
-.pi mg Social Calendar piovidcd new a n d exciting exjieiii n e e , tin all Allei lln- ,nioke h a d cleared, we all elided u p
at T h a t c h e r I'ark wheie w< r e c u p e r a t e d
some ol us even
gol pinned 1
hack to the dorms 1 T h e binoculars oi Sayli sinen were
iharply lociised on sights ol bnei b a t h i n g suits a n d luscious
legs, while the less bashful guys looked for " g r e e n e r fields"
a.s Ihey iniiied t h e s u n b a t h i n g gals!
Exam week came last a n d furious a n d c a u g h t u.s oil
our guard Since some of u.s preferred o u t d o o r s w i m m i n g
to mdooi type studying, we found ourselves at t h e bottom
of the Dean's "pool" socialites who never quite made "big
liiin
Probation!
As parents swarmed all over [he c a m p u s to pack u p
tin remains ol their degenerated o l l s p r n i g , they found
tru-ni victims nl tile "K'oaiing 'I'll'.,"
l!l(i(l style
short
>kn l • and all'
WELL, AT LEAST OUR HEADS
WON T FREEZE'
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ALBANY. NEW YORK. FRIDAY. MARCH 10, 1961
I 9 4
State College News
Z-464
ALBANY, NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1961
Peace Corps
Raise Query
By Students
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"OUCH'
Frosh Rivalry
Hey you jolly juniors, remember back to September 22.
1958, when our first Rivalry period began 0 We were .snatched from the security of our switchblades and marajuana
and thrown bodily into the bright new world ol beer cans
and bruising Rivalry events. Yep, we got the rules of the
games Irom our class guardians and lots of sympathy from
the uppeicla.ssmen who had been through it.
Remember the LugV It was our first event against the
invincible, or so they thought. Sophs. We were there in
strength with our newly-purchased Albany State sweatshirts. Did you ever see such mud'' But we weren't dragged
through it, huh'.' The poor losers had to build up thensagging spirits with some unsport.sman-like play with our
beloved Beanies emblazoned with '62. but we survived the
ordeal due to an exceptional display of intestinal fortitude
on our part. After all they were only Sophomon s1
Here's a painful memory, ('.specially foi the girl.s Re
call No Make-Up Monday'.1 Upperclassmen had to assert
their authority by giving warnings to lipsticked "lurks bedecked with Beanies. Of course, every class had its rebels
and we were no exceptions. Those poor transgressing .souls
were subject to the jurisdiction of the Bed Kangaroo Court
By the way, they can still be seen cleaning ashtrays in tin
Commons.
S p e a k i n g ol p a i n f u l experiences, r e m e m b e r lb<
Well it's boon m e n t i o n e d so let's l--,i'.o it al t h a i
Soph Rivalry
B
L
U
E
Sue
W h e n we, t h e g a y , y o u n g S o p h o m o r e s . n '
A l b a n y in the F a l l of 'ail. we were l o o k i n g for\>.,i
new a n d i n t e r e s t i n g thing.-, F o r e m o s t in oui
R i v a l r y a n d t h e defeat of t h e " v e r d a n t ' ' G n u . :
Class of l!)(>;i. O u r hopes were h i g h f o r . i n o i l . i .
year.
„ < > l l t o l •• .oo.vnoie :;:•; p.>int,^ i , , r ppvab \
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m
point.-,
T h e i.Vi) S |
I " " " 1 - ' h | h we k n e w t h e r e was
t i liil a I ' l i a i i e ,
victory
F v e r y t h i n g inc.. ,
le.'lded Upon l i i
N'nVelnbi
ID;")!/
< ' a l i i p i l . , .Vie i l l l i e a I. 1
h'i', a l l \
T h r o u g l n a i l I In p i e e e d n
I o -,'. | | | |
we S o p h a i i ••;ii HI , l \ a'.'.ai' • d l i e
T h e P u s h b a l l g a m on " G o d ' s l . i l l l e Aero m l l i r
:u m i l
g r i m e ol Si M a r y ' s Field was a n o t h e r upset but wi
e.illli
back strong a n d q u e n c h e d the sten<li ol defeat b\
akin:
the debute
\.a , o u i
ho'.i,
"T' i I'IIMI
>)' g u u 1111
Second o n i v to the A p p a l a e h i n n i i i - l i n ; M I!).).'! \'.,i.~
the largi a t t e n d a n c e al C a m p u . i . \ i g h l u i Oelubi : I
Tie
s k i t s wen- going l o be the di e i d i n g even!
li L M . I >>:' ,i
c h a n c e to ,how what t h e i r b u d d i n g genius could do M M .
o u r prowess was shown a n d b e a m i n g Blue Jav
brought
t h e coveted c u p home. A l a u r e l w r e a t h lo the . , , ,i . l ) ! ( |
c h a r a c t e r s ol • D o r o t h y I
Yep
t h a t year Blue Jay-.. :<.<• . l u n i i
loi
lb,
bird,1
alid
lag'
J
" O h c a p t a i n ' m y c a p t a i n ' oui l e a r l u i t r i p i bom
T h e h i p ha '.'.eatlieicd every l a c k tin* p r i / c •,', > .niii.'b! i
A
won.'
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1111rd l m , i i n I ! I I 111 ,1oi \ o l h'i
Nationwide Selection
Tim volunteers will be selected
on a nationwide basis. The Central
Service will process applicants and
serve as a central placemen! een
ter for volunteer-, for world de
velopmenl.
Terms of Sei \ n c
The terms of service in, hide an
assignment of two to tliree \ears
length ijepending on Ihe relative
difficulties and needs ill the pro
jecls. Tlie.v w i l l be i ; i v e n a livui.
allowance siilficienl lo provide a
minimum
'
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decent standard of le,
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"I CAN \LSl> JViiUlK
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AND HIN(J
""> vor rsi: \ MANS DKUDOKAM
Mr. Libassi made the same statement to the NEWS that
he made earlier in the week to the Knickerbocker News'
Capitol reporter, Arvis Chalmers.
" A n Albany resident alleges that her daughter was denied
use of the facilities of the Milne School by the refusal of the
The Great Decisions panel discusses the African question.
Panel Discusses Africa;
Approves Peace Corps
as Mr Shrh cr has poinled out. is
literac;, and high levels ol ijnowl
edge ami skill
World I Diversities
In a larger sense, I ' n i \ er.sit v in
, . projeel -, can
volveninnl in the right
help American education expand
its horizon its research and its
curriculum
In Ihe whole world
It is time for American I'niveisi
ties to be truly world universities
The I'eace Corps will help them
with this transformation.
Saturday niulil from K'/ p m \ l
den Hall will hold ils second open
L,
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ii
2 date "m rl'vVrmn «. l " o' ' " i n Ihe
a oat parly h u m O-IJ p i n in h.
don m t o r y s recreation roon, Ihe
date party, Cafe Alden, will feature
an Italian Cale m o l d , and Henry
l o r g a n s hanil will provide music
WI dancing.
Intended Hours
Alden freshmen attending Ihe
date parly will receive I o'clock
hours. Committee chairmen are
Jane Itosenberg and Terry D I S I
mone. Juniors.
Stokes to Direct
Concert in Page
Today at 1 p.m.
Today at 1 p. m. in Page Hall,
the State .College
Hand will present
.
.
O n M a r c h 9 , t h e F o r u m Council sponsored a p a n e l e n - il m u s R ' u l seection varying irom
... .
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marches to folk music. Music Count i t l e d , " E m e r g i n g A f r i c a in t h e U n i t e d N a t i o n s , " in connection ( i , i s sponsoring t n e
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w , t h t h e G r e a t
D e c l s i 0 n s
p r o g r a m . T h e topics of discussion which is directed by t liarl.es 1-.
were the recent E t h i o p i a n r e v o l u t i o n , N ' K r u m a h ' s proposal stokes of the music department.
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f o r t h e Congo, t h e Peace Corps, a n d t h e H e r s k o v i t c h R e p o r t
''<"'l> l w " players w i l l be featur,
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cil ill ihis presentation free tn ill
W e s t e r n U n i v e r s i t y f o r the Senate C o m - s l l l ( k , l U s ,,, i f a . . u i l v t n L M l l ) u . ,
r
r e d b yi N o r t h
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siuutnis anu i u t u u v m o n w i v
mission on F o r e i g n Relations in A f r i c a . A p p r o x i m a t e l y e i g h t y
first piece, in honor of St.
TjK>
people w e r e p r e s e n t .
I'atrick's Day, will be " I r e l a n d i u , "
I'anel
a march based on " T h e Harp that
Silence
I),.
|.|,,.,|. i-rolcsMir ol Social " I H ( ' , l i r u T : "' ; >'- s H a l l s . " -Another
Simlie-, al SCCKA, oullined ihe highlight of the selection-; will be
geography of Ali'iea. ami Dr. l-'.l ; l group of international piece.-.. In
)W, l'roi'e.s.sor ol Social Studies al l h '- s "roup will lie the "l-'rencb Na
-j.
Sl'CKA, (raced its brief h i s t o n
bona! Defile M a r c h , " the Russian
/ Q
leCTUre
Mr. Hlackburn. founder of the In "Hopak from ' F a i r at Sonx-hiiisk
lenialional Center in Albany, stal- and several American folk songs.
i m \|oinla\ March L'n ,u
in I'd ihe present conditions in the
A brass quartet consisting of Hob
i p., e II.ill. ihe .science Collo Coimo. Cues! panelists were two ert Fairbanks, Edward Hughes.
, m i m , w ! | | | ,,, M ., | , , , „ , ,„„,.,!, „ ! , , Kdiiopian natives, ; M r . Mahdi Mo- .lolin Tyo,_ and Dennis Wimik u
hiiinined, a student at I t . I ' . I . , and men. will also contribute to tin
Dl- Charles
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' ' n ' ' " " • " ' lleeluri
" " ' " ^ ' • " " - u,. Wa|(|(, i u . k k t , j , . w h o is a s s u t . j . pr„eram.
I'. Mean Irom ihe Ceneral l-llcctric : l U .,| u n ) l the National Coininereiul
other selections include
ebic,
«,.search I.alu.ralory will .speak on Hank Iraining program
mi T r i b u n e . " " P r e m i e r e , "
'ii.-iu
| | , , w | r , , i i \la--netr/es "
her Mountain." "Storm K i n .
t l i .. Inpli
Discussion Topics
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and "Indepcnden
1
I lie Kla/.oli
I'llucalioii
\ i|iiestiuii from Ihe audience |, a
Bean, Cutler
i
lie.in
I lil\ersiU
I
radn.iied
Mil 11 -i li i
in
I'roni
I'llV
the »•'^ posed
n ( t
1 regarding tlie failure o!
re
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111-17,
and his
un,ei ii>
—i-. c m
cell
Cafe Motif
(•?•*•."..
A complaint alleging racial discrimination with regard to
the admission policies of the Milne School has been filed with
the State Commission Against Discrimination. The filing of
this complaint has been confirmed by Peter Libassi, Albany
regional director for SCAD, in an interview with this paper.
Initial Kmphasis on Teaching
' r s i l ; i,| l i i i l l a' l n in
w
The initial project of the Peace " ' e e l In- l i s ,„ li)l!i
Corps will place the emphasis on I'll I) in In:.'! I n n . ihe t
teaching. Successlul national de ,,, | | | i n i , l s
n , , |.|, |, ,(,.
velopinent's most iniporlatil base
In b a \ M I ol
Alden Slates
Y
By JIM DOUGHERTY
The essential idea of the Corps
is the placement of young Americans in operational work in aiding
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,
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the development of needy countries
in the areas of teaching, health.
agriculture industrial projects- and
government administration K M . ,
operate as a basic omponeiil nt our
u;hnli> nvurufints nrnur
skilled
wnoh overseas p ogr.ini
.skilled
manpower to develop those need-.
nations will be recruited Irom p n
vate organizations, college- ami
universities, I' S. Covernment ag
encies, r \ . programs, and direei
ly administered programs willi host
Dave B r o o k e i . o u r ('la ss President
i a • '•
r o l l i n g , ably assisted by o u i V i e e - P r e s i d i n l ;-s.,
l a n d , o u r S e c r e t a r y . Pal Jones, a n d o u r b i l l , b
Maddie Rulledge
We f o u n d t h a i o r g a n i / a t ion :
a necessity l o r o u r success! ill iHab c a i n p a i c e
we o r g a n i z e d '
Janie P h i l l i p s . N i c k i S t e m . T e r r y D i S i m . a
Mae Fa rl unci e n t h u s i a s t i c a l l y l e a d e d u p g i r l
did Bob P o l l e i o a n d Gary J o i n , w i t h t i e - bo',
a c t i v i t i e s . Shelley K e l l e r m a n , o u r Cla. - Cie-e:
a squad of l o p - n o t c h co-ed c h e e r l e a d e r s , u n i l o i i
in blue a n d g r a y Felloes ol " B e w a r e nl t h e l i i i e heard re o u n d i n g across I he : ield al eueb C M i •
sizi d o u r pep a n d .-nt h u s i a s i n
Collins Terms Milne Bias
As Untrue and Unfair'
The Peace Corps plan recently
put into operation by executive older of President Kennedy has been
the focus of college conversation
for the past few weeks. Students
on the whole are enthusiastic
about the idea, but there is a questioning attitude on the part of most,
primarily because they are uncertain of the Peace Corps' real function, what its program involves for
possible recruits, and what its potential for success is.
The public information office of
the Peace Corps has recently issued a memorandum prepared by Mr.
Sargent Shriver, director of the program, which answers many of the
questions that have been asked
concerning the Corps.
Operational Work
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VOL. XLVI NO. 7
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lie
Joule
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I .lei
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nrk u:
w h e r e h e li
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inaciicl i/.n inn | H I
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i i i ' i i i nl ma.nc! i/.il i, .ii He ha
i.il.cu an aclive part in inleriia
lloiial ma e m l ic , . ontrrenres ami
eoiisidlaiil in the I inled
w;is
Slates Male Depart men! lor the
l!i,,H World l a . i in Hni.M'b. lie is
lunuglit tn us as a Msiliug .elenllsl
m a l.roia,un spoils,,red I.v lln- Am
ern an liistitule ol I'hvsics
11
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!''! blnpian
revolution
\ ) r Mohammed answered thai tin
reM.lulinii was not support.-d bv tin
masses iiiosl of whom are iliiier
ate and provincial He felt thai (IK
l-.lliiupian people are nut yet read)
lor lieiiincracN
Ihe panel iinaiiiiiiouslv agreed
Willi \ Kru.nali's proposal for tin' " " • ' " hi disband the Cungo a r m y ,
r e e n v e n e parlianmnl. and In,Id
new eleelioiis under I mind Naltons
siu.ciaisnm
super» ISH m
lecoiiiiiiendatinlis
\lanv nl t
lisled in the llerskovili'li report
were n - . r n n l wilh enthusiasm bv
Hi'' panel member-. The) f,.|| i | u i |
Hie I inled M a l e , nuisi appreciate
Hie desire tor iieulrallsm expressed
bj Ihe new African countries, must
ui.rea.se .•cniioiiucal and technical
aid Willi no political and mililarv
.trings allaebed. and must cease to
abstain Us vole in Ihe l.'niled \ a
in.n
he .piesimn ,,l African
Ind.-pendem e
Bergin to Talk;
ReadingsSlated
u n Friday, March :.'.|. ,,i i p ,,
in Draper SIU Ihe Department of
Comparative Literature will pre
M . n | , „ . xiinmiis C liergin ol Yale
| m w . , . s | U u | „ , w l N | , . , . , „ , , , ,,,,
|);inll.
, „ . |;,.,-, l h ,., , „ „ , „ , n,,. m u m
; „ , , , „ , , , r h , , l a r - of Dante in tins
i,uinlry and taught Italian al Slate
He left Stale lo go to Cornell I'm
versily where lie bad charge ol
§
I)!t i:\AN K. COLLINS
school lii admit her because of her
race and calm- in \ iolalion of the
Uate law against discrimination
In addition lo alleging that her
iaiiL-hler's application for admis.niii to Milne School \vas being
"call ii dilTi'i'enlly because of her
il ir. ihe cnuiplainlanl also states
bat she l i e l l c \ e s o n l y mie \e_'i'ii
Miilenl has e\ el' been a d m i t t e d in
Ullne Sehoul
allhounh other
\e
roes have a p p l i e d l o r and sniicli!
.1.1 Mil - - 11 .11
K.ni.il Bias Denied
I ir I- ^ an I! i nllins. Presnhnl
ol the i ' o l l c c ol Kdueatiull, ha
lermeil ilu - allegation
unfair and
nnliiuii.il J
I In - paper s in\ estiva
Hon nl Ihe mallei- clearl) subslau
Hates | i r i allm- claim 1'he pn
malure l e i m i l u i c o| i n e incident
irnvspoiisible bainline- ol
u l ,p|ie
I h l , m . , , i e r bv per-oiis n,,| euiim-d
,-d u u l i the <',,||ee,e although.Mr
libassi assures iliis p.
r "one
ball ol ihe cases we S C A D i i n v e s
ligale are dismissed and people
should iml l e d llial because a m i
" " ' g'"eal library on Dante f r o m plain' lias been made thai there e
Cnriudl he was called to Vale i l l - , i inniiai nm al Milne Si hool
^liere he lias a seminar on Dante
,
j)|
' Hergm has written llm Kh>l!ies
' " " " ' ' ""eles
" ' I'etrarch ami he culled Shake
''a.lli Dr C l l u i s anil Dr 'llieu
^I'eare's 'laming ol the Shrew in ' b u , lossieck
I'rmcipal of the
v 1
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I'mversitv
series ,,| Milne M I I have admitted thai
^illations
Sliakes|)care
prionlv is given lo cerium groups
0 , a l
Dr liean lues luuglil al It I' I
Interpretation
"I prospective students although
-11"1 " J ~ "PPoinled Adjunct Ass,,
' ' ' " ' ° l ' i ' 1 Interprelalion Masse, Hu.s priorilv is in no vv a.v connected
''.ale I'rufes.sor „ l I'hv s.cs at the
wll present, on Monday, Mar 2o |vitl, racial prejUilice
Milne a.l
college lie is a fellow ol the Am
" ' ' I ' m III Draper .Ml), the t h u d ants students solelv on Ilu basis
«•'•»"... H i v - l c a l Socelv. ., inemher
" " ' " « l ' " « l " »' " - "«»'*
was , „ Die series ol readings Iron, l i , ul vvritten application, and a firs.
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Sigma \ i and a " " ' ' 1 ' - " ^ ' " " " ' Kcnned.v's p n , mature
c i n e lirsi serv ed basis
There is
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,1()hul|1
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