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S T A T E C O L L E G E N E W S , F R I D A Y , O C T O B E R 20, 1961
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Kappa Delta
Frances
Cicero
'02, P r e s i d e n t ,
a n n o u n c e s that the following girls
were pledged into K a p p a Delta on
Monday evening:
Marcia
Anderson, S a n d y B a r o n , Ellie K a u f m a n ,
and Anita Pepc, Juniors, a n d Sue
Kesslcr, Robbie Starr, Rosemary
T h o m a s , a n d D a r l a Zeigcr, Sophomores.
Ueta Zeta
P r e s i d e n t D o r i s E d c l s t e i n '62, a n n o u n c e s t h a t t h e r e will b e a n o p e n
h o u s e f o r off c a m p u s m e n o n S u n d a y f r o m 3-5 p . m . H e a d of a r r a n g e merits a r e Gail Ifaibel a n d K a y Byers,
S o p h o m o r e s . J u d y Hall a n d
Phyli.N ( J r a / . i a n o , J u n i o r s , a r e in
C l u b f r o m 8:30-12:30.
A n o p e n h o u s e w i l l b e h e l d on
S u n d a y f r o m 3-5 p . m .
Alpha Pi Alpha
K a y S m i t h '62, Alpha Pi A l p h a ' s
newly elected President, announces
t h a t t h e r e will b e a n i n f o r m a l p a r t y
a t C a r m a n ' s Hall t o n i g h t a t 8:30.
Psi G a m m a
L u c i l l e M o n a c o '62, P r e s i d e n t , a n n o i m c e s a n o p e n h o u s e f o r off
c a m p u s m e n will b e h e l d t o n i g h t
a t 8.
Chi Sigma Thcta
P r e s i d e n t M a r y A n n D i R u s c i o '02,
a n n o u n c e s t h a t a n open h o u s e for
S t a t e s m e n will b e h e l d O c t . 29, 79:.'i().
Alfred U n i v e r s i t y : S e v e r a l a c t i v e
c l u b s a t Alfred i n c l u d e a P s y c h o l o g y C l u b , a Sociology C l u b a n d a
P o l i t i c a l S c i e n c e Club. An a t t e m p t
is b e i n g m a d e to f o r m a b r i d g e
club.
Europe
during
the
coming
6,000 c o l l e g e s e n t e r e d t h e i r
tions for selection,
port
cast
France,
Germany
r e s u l t of t h e i r
year.
produc-
a n d 18
members
Brock-
will
t o u r
and Italy
as
a
winning.
Towson State T e a c h e r s
College
(Md.): A Leadership
Conference
sponsored annually b y t h e S t u d e n t
Government
Association
will
be
held f o r 200 s t u d e n t o f f i c e r s a n d
m e m b e r s of t h e f a c u l t y a n d a d m i n istration. T h e c o n f e r e n c e is a t w o
clay r e t r e a t a t a c a m p i n B e n s o n ,
.Maryland, a n d is d e s i g n e d t o e n Itrockport State: Brockport's pro- courage c o o p e r a t i v e d i s c u s s i o n a n d
d u c t i o n of " G u y s a n d D o l l s " h a s e x c h a n g e of i d e a s t h a t w i l l a u g been selected by the USD to tour ment college p r o g r a m s .
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M e n ' s Fashions
Men's
fashions
this f„i| k
t a k e n a t u r n t o w a r d mixed i f
a n d t h e " h e a v y look" ,„ \ '
a c c o r d i n g to the manage
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K a n s a s m e n ' s store.
sweaters
in „
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pav
November 4
.
a r e b e g i n n i n g to catch on tort
modern
i n n o v a t i o n j s u,,.
n e n t a l o r P i p e r Pant, slu:
s e r s i n p l a i d a n d check patttrsV
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Judy
Kaminsky
'62, P r e s i d e n t ,
G a m m a Kappa Phi
a n n o u n c e s that Sue Fllcn Sen/el
Beatrice
Heath
'62, P r e s i d e n t , ' 6 1 , w a s p l e d g e d M o n d a y n i g h t
a n n o u n c e s that Caroll Colway, DonT h e r e will h e a f o r m a l r u s h p a r t y
n a L e w i s a n d D o l l y M a t l h y , J i m - o n S a t u r d a y f r o m 3-.r> p . m .
i o r s , anil ( J i n n y ( ' l a r k a n d I ' a l M a I.S.C.
gemiis. Sophomores, were pledged
I.S.C. P r e s i d e n t , J u d y K a m i n s k y
Monday evening.
a n n o u n c e s that next w e e k ' s rush
Phi Delia
p a r l y s c h e d u l e will b e a s f o l l o w s :
S: 111 > . l i m e s '62, P r e s i d e n t , a n
F r i d a y : Beta Zola, (Jainina K a p n o u n c e s t h a i G a r y Q u i c k a n d T o n y |>a P h i , K a p p a
Delia, and Phi
H i s e r v a t o w e r e u n t i e d for d i n n e r
Delta.
in a p p r e c i a t i o n f o r t h e i r h e l p o n
M o n d a y : Bela Zela, Chi S i g m a
Phi D e l l ' s h o m e c o m i n g final, o i l i e r T h c t a , K a p p a Delia, a n d Psi C a m
h e l p e r s will b e i n v i t e d at n f u t u r e m a .
Tuesday:
Gamma
Kappa Phi,
K a p p a lit*tn
Phi Delia. Sigma Alpha, and Sigma
President
R o n C o s l i c k '62, a n
Phi Sigma
n o u n c e s i h a l a d a l e p a r l y will h e
Thursday:
Chi S i g m a
Thela.
h e l d t o n i g h t a t t h e Kurt O r a n g e G a m m a K a p p a P h i , P h i D e l i a , a n d
Phi G a m m a .
Notice
All s o r o r i t y p r e s i d e n t s o r s o r o r i t y
reporters
are reminded
to t u r n
H o u s e H o w l n e w s in t o A n n e D n g a n
SENIORS
D r I . a w s o n a n n o u n c e s t h a t t h e r e by m u m T u e s d a y s .
FRESHMEN
All f r e s h m e n
are reminded
to
w r i t e h o m e Io t h e i r p a r e n t s anil
c t n o u r a j o lliem to a t t e n d S t a t e ' s
a n n u a l P a r e n t s D a y w h i c h will lie
n c i M i m n c t i . u i w i t h ilic.se c h a n g e s ,
' h e s y s t e m ot o l f i e e r s h a s b e e n
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Anne
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I'Milorskit m r i h e ( l a s s of 111(15 'I lie .skit
l l e . u s l N e \ \ s . A bill
is a v e r y i m p o r t a n t e v e n t of R i v a l M .1 III .1.11 k
ry b e c a u s e of I h e p o i n t s w h i c h
!.!.,\
.ill. rn.."ll
m a y b e s c o r e d by t h e w i n n e r T h e
skit r e c e i v e s five p o i n t s .
Rivaln Records
missiun is open to all state i'..l '' •"'' ' " '
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lows
I i s c h o o l p a r t i c i p a t i o n , 2)
s o c i a l g r a c e , .'!) p h y s i c a l
beauty.
A l s o , s h e m u s t b e a m e m b e r of
, 1 , . „i„.„
f •,.,,
t h e c l a s s of 02,
,
. ., ,
Lean Sophs
m m e r a i J i y by Mr
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l i m e s . n i o n , will s p e a k
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Residence Council an
Talk Problems W i t h Senate
A
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i
I h e c l a s s e s of
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I'resniiien
i '
Heeaiise Mr i M I
e s s e n t i a l l y l"i tin L i n e ! . ' ..I
f a c u l t y in. . ' e n e r . d !.•• o i c 'i• • - -• • ' '
scheduled
I turn- i- .. :
h o w e v e r t h a i 'In p m l e - '.r v. i.i .. .
l u r e I.I o n e ..r i - . o . - - . ! ' ! • - ' m i >
p e a r . . I..-
Freshmen Lead
Rivalry Events
Paul
I,He
began
Willi
niMiKinig r e t a i n
I'll o r blerarv
IIM|)|.^jM„
l„. l a y o u t a n d d e
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.
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m
Senate:
c
D
m
Only students from
H)(12, 11)1),'!, a n d 1US1 a r e e l i g i b l e t o
v o l e in t h e e l e c t i o n . S t u d e n t s s h o u l d
be a w a r e of t h e c r i t e r i a f o r t h e s e l e c t i o n of C a m p u s Q u e e n , s e t u p
by d i e R i v a l r y C o m m i t t e e .
al
" K i v a l r y , a c o m p e t i t i v e p e r i o d of
, , n c o n t e s t s a n d fun b e t w e e n t h e f r e s h m a n and Sophomore classes, w a s
, i n s t i t u t e d al S l a l e C o l l e g e in li)2/l
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r lo m u t e t h e i n d i v i d u a l c l a s s e s ; in
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p a r t i c u l a r t h e I r e s h m a i i and Soph
i; • be- i e r
I l i n e s I iiiiin
am
„
o m o r e classes, and to help the
( . .ai n. . n e l
h" <
News. Mr f | . | | s h [)(,(.()m(, a ( , . u s l l i m ( , ( | „ , ,,„,.
;
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! .ke
Pillowing I h e (
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H e is niosi n.. 1 o a- ,oi a .M, I
ily on I In u n t i n - ••! >'..: I . - p. . , i .
a n d ..n reli ...n . i i a " . . . n .o . p e ,,|
Knuland
Mr i i.i. ;...
. . ' • • ' or
in b '.nil
. I lie l i u l i . i n l
(-r I i 11»» I
,,,| ( i l a s s . C i u d i s l i l{eli".iniis D i a n i a
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ion u a • In- i m h o n o r
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\l r i . I- ' b i i . r m i hie
Carolina
Juniors, P u b l i c i t y ; I ' r i s c i l l a S t e l i r
and Ron K i c h l e y , J u n i o r s , C o f f e e
Hour; Hob F a i r b a n k s '04, I n v i t a tions; Kran H a r r i s 'G4, P r o g r a m s ;
Tuny I)i l i o c c o ' 0 1 , O p e n H o u s e s ;
•Judy F e r n a n d e z '(i.'l, F l o w e r s ; Ho
Pelrick 'i>:i, T o u r s ; H a r r y T h o r n hill and d i m C o n k l i n ,
Juniors,
Business, a n d P a t W o i n s i s k i a n d
Sue P l a n , . J u n i o r s , F a c u l t y
i
their:
! :
afternoon
Open h o u s e s in all d o r m i t o r i e s a r e
scheduled for I h e e n t i r e d a y .
A soccer g a m e a g a i n s t Mountrlair College is d e s i g n a t e d t o in1'Tcsl the s p o r t s f a n a t t e n d i n g , a n d
durinfi the e v e n i n g , S t a l e C o l l e g e
Theatre will p r e s e n t
Othello, its
first I9B1-BJ p r o d u c t i o n
a n d :'S
irum MI.any state's
Nominations for Campus Queen have been made by
(.
'iino i. j , i;,,iM'i-i baker and An- students during the past week. Voting will be held on Tues.in ' .
Kepresi IIIIIH
ile ( n l l e u e N e w s a r e I r e n e day or Wednesday in the Peristyles for the purpose of choos\\
\ i,.,. I'nsnient of ihe tng five candidates for Campus Queen. Actual voting for
'n - \ss,iciaiion, and one girl will be held following this.
dent of t h e C o l l e g e , will s p e a k , a n d
,.\ f n r m e i pr.il'e - . r
.'.;,.,•'
other s p e a k e r s will b e f e a t u r e d .
| „ , . 1 ( | .,, , ) , , , i , , , . , . . , ,,.
ni(.n)
A coffee h o u r f o r p a r e n t s a n d | , , . A a ,
;•,,,),
,., i , , , ,
.,.,
(acuity m e m b e r s is p l a n n e d f o r t h e t a u - b i
ai
-ueh nnr. . r :'i. • j .
K
9 Is if better Io
many in college-or
waif fill lafer9
OH
M a i ' >w
im.inc,
chairman
and
K.i'hv
C l a s s a n d l b ten | l < , > , r .
n u m s r* ,,i i . r . i
',
lias b e e n i m p u r l e i l , onl
of t h e M i d d l e \ " e s . Hie I mi :plele
W o r k s of S b a k e s p e . i l e, alnl hi :..'
Assisting t h e c o - c h a i r m e n
arc,,M
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) , „ , , , , ,,„
h
Nl.„
' • " " - ' ' i ii„ I ' x c e l s i o r
the following
committee
b e a d s : ( ) | ( | J J J S . l U | 1 | l ( ] , . , , .,|, ,i , , . , , , . , - I P. I,., i :
l
"']'"'.'
','.,. '
Kuiiire
Anne D u n a n a n d A n n e W o r s n o p p , .,. ,... .,., > , , , , - , . . ,
, .< \- M.i a / i l i e
'!'',"'' '',, | , , | „
11
\\ Ol K S l | , | S M '. ' I | p | I . | I I.
K SCA Changes
Student
Christian
Association,
" ' ' " ' I ' ' h ' t ' m e s itself a s .: fellow
s h i p ,,f m e n a n d w o m e n w i t h i n t h e
e e u m e i i i e il ( h r i s t i a n I r ,i d i I I on
w l u e h s e e k s Io r e l a l e I he C h r i s t i a n
' - ' ' ' ' ' ' " t h e c o n c e r n ; , of a c a d e m i c
• " " ' c a m p u s life, h a s r e c e n t l y e i al
" • ' l l ' ' • l l 1 ' 1 c h a n g e d its o r g a n i s a t i o n
l
h a n g e - in t h e e o n M i i i . t i o n w e r e
m a d e b e c a u s e I h e g r o u p tell i! w a s
' " ' l o i m n g b o g g e d d o w ll in o r g a i u / a
'loii.d s t r u c t u r e
Die new a r r a n g e
n i e n t s a r e e x p e c t e d t o ;dlow for
m o r i f r e e d o m i^i a c t i o n a c c o r d i n g
' ' ' ' h e n e e d s of I h e a w n l.ilion
i
Anoibei
Committees
will b e a m e e t i n g f o r s e n i o r s on
o p p o r t u n i t i e s for g r a d u a t e
school
on !• r . d a y . i let 20, I p in. at I . a !
Annex.
I ' I
± '
TUT I
,
freshmen. ;u\tl o v e r 1,000 p e o p l e i b i s t u n e nol I .r :|, . I n , . . ' l,e,.e| :
are expected Io a t t e n d . A full p r o - 1 | M | | ( , s U | ( | ( . | M | H M K , ^ ]
uram of a c l n i i i e s h a s b e e n s c h e e l
pl'e.ssly
j uled, anil t h e p a r e n t s will b e y i v c n
III:
'as consultant
a glimpse of all p h a s e s of c a m p u s i',' ( 7 pa ri",„;.'„",
,„, ,,,„,
I'll
lif('
u r a d u a t e .sludy "
Activities
A/o-ttced
/ " N / _ / / " * _
U I U L OHSTI
ili-iin
''Kiiliim
IM
|
dale.
T h e m e e t i n g will d i s c u s s a d m i s son
io g r a d u a t e
school,
fellow
.ships,
and assisianlships.
Applications
for t h e R e g e n t s
College
T e a c h i n g F e l l o w s h i p will b e g i v e n
0UI
OPEN HOUSE
T h e w o m e n of P i e r c e H a l l will be
holding their annual open house.
Suiul.i,\ ,il 2 p m All f a c u l t y m e m t i e r s , f r i e n d s , a n d r e l a t i v e s a r e inM t c d to l o u r t h e h o u s e a n d m e e t
our
housemother.
Mrs
Gladys
Hand, a n d the officers
Following
t h e l o u r r e f r e s h m e n t s will b e s e n
e,| in t h e h i g h ' R o o m w h e r e y o u
e m i'i l a \ a n d t a l k w n h t h e g i r l s
See yen there'
The annual event known as Campus Night, to be held
on
November
11, is rapidly approaching, and preparations
•in i .ii<HI l e u
•• . lie ill H i e I ' o l l e e i a l C ,,,. ' for Campus Night activities are already in el feet.
One of
ui'ion iniifeienee of ihe siatc the highlights of the evening is the announcing of the
r-M-. ..i \eu y.irk on ocio- campus Queen.
i lie I'.nejisli D e p a r l n eni ..I S l a l e
been sent mil to t h e p a r e n t s of a l l p r o f e s s o r "
|
<y
College Press S t u d e n t s t o S e l e c t N e w
Slates Events A n n u a l C a m p u s Q u e e n
C o l l e g e has a - ' a i n mil . I o n - iiseli
,,, l l n | „ . m , ; i h l | ,
l l s (,,,,„.,
,,
in n l ii
H e slriic n r e am i
The p r o g r a m will c o m m e n c e w i t h
I'role.ssor
I laid.n
a luncheon for p a r e n t s a n d s t u d e n t s k n o \ w i e d
i. a. In i
in both t h e A k l e n - W a t e r b u r y a n d ' " ' H i ' T . IS m e . : m :
Brubacher
I)inin»
Rooms.
A f t e r | , ; " ' ' " " ' n l : ! •'"• , ' 1 1 " '
I the l u n c h e o n , a g e n e r a l
m e e t i n g !b
" ' "• L'
- ll' ia" dl lul ;,' ' 1 I " ' " '•••'•
eon.Miba'ioii' for p a r e n t s will t a k e p l a c e in P a g e T h e
I Hall. Dr. K v a n K. C o l l i n s , I ' r e s i - i i c l o b i r ii A ' ! ! i i;.|
•est wife?
V O L . X L V I N O . 22
™ : : " " ' ' ™ At Ten-Eyck
Stale C o l l e g e ' s a n n u a l P a r e n t s '
1 D ay uill be h e l d t h i s y e a r o n S a l • l i r ( |av N o v e m b e r 4 . T h e c o - c h a i r -" Ul •>
,,. i
ir ,,
, ,.
•
men a r c Dick
Kelly
and d e n
Schleifcr, . J u n i o r s . I n v i t a t i o n s h a v e
Check your opinions against Mil's Campus Opinion Poll "7
Hall.
\ l . l i \ N \ , \ i : \ \ V O R K , F R I D A Y , O C T O B E R 27, 1 9(11
Parents' Day Hardin Craig
To Take Place Aids Faculty
S h o r t r a i n c o a t s with the ? U
l i n i n g w h i c h looks like s h o e ?
a n d t h e s u b u r b a n - l e n g t h coat
v e r y p o p u l a r a m o n g college se
T h e s e c o a t s g . v c the a p p ; r j
of b e i n g h e a v y but a r e really
weight.
Soft
cws
Z-464
j
erta Kirschner, B a r b a r a Waite, Helone I'liatiger, Lorrie Z w i e k l e b a u e r ,
Marilyn Riggeria, J a n e Quay, and
Mary Rabb.
Sigma Phi Sigma
Stat
£wcUa*iG2,i
Central Michigan University: A
p o s t e r m a k i n g contest for freshm a n w o m e n w a s held b y t h e a r t
d e p a r t m e n t of (he s c hool . T h e winn e r r e c e i v e d t h e h o n o r of b e i n g t h e
official p o s t e r m a k e r f o r t h e r e m a i n i n g school y e a r for t h e univ e r s i t y . A d o l l a r p e r p o s t e r is
a w a r d e d to t h i s p e r s o n .
c h a r g e of r e f r e s h m e n t s . J o a n M e Initialed
were:
Joyce
Cirillo,
draw
'(!•!, w a s p l e d g e d
Monday Barbara Kittleberger, Ann LaMar,
night.
Lynda Tyrol), J o a n Thompson, RobPotter Club
P r e s i d e n t . 10d H r e n n a n
'62, a n n o u n c e s Unit o n O c t o b e r 20 at 8:,'1()
p . m . t h e r e will b e a n i n f o r m a l p a r l y
at t h e I t a l i a n B e n e v o l e n t S o c i e t y
Oo&i *7<4e
Fe.W.s
The Marine Corps oilers a comm i s s m n to the c o l l e g e S e n i o r upon
| | u , . s u c c e s s f u l c o m p l e t i o n of a t e n
week Officer C a n d i d a t e Course, acc o r d i n g to C a p t a i n S h e e h a n .
h
,. l ! l ' ' ! " ™? » 1 " ' : " " ' *"«"*
»*
t h e o p t i o n ol s e l e c t i n g e i t h e r g r o u n d
,,|- a v i a t i o n t r a i n i n g
For further information, contact
C a p t a i n S h e e h a n w h e n lie v i s i t s t h e
c o l l e g e N o v e m b e r t), o r w r i t e ()ff l e e r S e l e c t i o n O f f i c e r , R o o m 12221224, C h i m e s H u i l d m g , S y r a c u s e 2,
New York
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1961
PAGE 2
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1961
CommHHic<di»*^'
The Crisis
fhe Observers
The faces of SUCA students for the past two weeks To the Editor:
have been as deeply furrowed with worry lines as those m last weeks ;^»,p l n ""^.
Df the early Americans must have been during the great News, . . ^ ^ V n t J f r " K !
American crisis. Thomas Paine wrote of that crisis, under the sub-title of ••.Milne Mala"These are the times that try men's souls . . . " A more dy." The writer wanted to know
Apropos phrase could not describe the mid-semester crisis
,
„
,
,
,
,
,
Milne dues not "own I age
Field any more than the College
However, this attitude has not only affected the studying approach towards mid-semester exams, but participation in extracurricular activities as well. We wonder if
this change in attitude is portentious of the kind which
will prevail for the remainder of the year. We certainly
hope not. Apathy about extracurricular activities has long
been a source of attack at this college. Total disinterest,
perhaps a subversive tributary of this new attitude, could
become a source of a full scale war.
'owns" n We would like to re
' '" '" ' - sl,l " l ' lh lllal ,!
ni)1
'*
;.'. ;<|ll'Hllun "' wb!' '% ', ''
i ; ^ / ^ ^ »lr U'l i,Isa!r„T,"
,,;,M „, l)u . Mj|m, Sc,h()ll| attempt,„.. i„ n,nduei physical education
classes and intramural programs
<>n a field winch has been disignaied for this purpose The field
min(l llu l lk 1
WELL, EVEItYKODY'S |)()|\(, n
•'
iiilnxliHcil in'
""
isn 1
'•••« is ( j r m i i
' ''Uqiictte to cut anyone you've i
Ihis. (pule obviouslv, creates a
h a z a r ( | u . hjl .|, s) ' ll)U | ( | | )( , ( , a s SHANGRI-LA
ily recognized 11 also creates a
Is there a c t u a l l y a place w h e r e I r e s h m e n
problem for us in attempting to is, it's certainly nnl at d e a r Ole \ Y S ( " |
conduct classes when our pupils SCCKA'.'. S l ' C A '
VILE.
n
saft,[y
i
Recently, the State College Revue received information !^'t;^n/f:';,,!)„\^V;;\^K;;!;is(,r',<'S '" M r s TO GNUS
t h a t it m a y b e c o n s i d e r e d for a s e v e n - w e e k E u r o p e a n t o u r
Let us cite a leu examples
We
haVl at llia,lv M t n
' '
lh mh
l, l,lll students
r d v,J >walk
,il11
sponsored by the Defense Department Four years ago
when
"Boyfriend"
was 'produced ' the bgrouD
received auoliIUU
,.
,
,
P l e e u u u appii
"
","' !'' ',"
To the typist for o u r beneficienl
plications further consideration had to be suspended
employer
said, 'we're
noi impressed inl 1MKAHDS eitin i
','''''"
"Vl'1 ,'l!,e'"t tre r ss l H nIss ii; "aul
'" """' < ' " " " " " " • '
by capital
s k i n g loo much n, h
V'
, a m e and walk right into Ihe net
v'e have observed the studenls written''
Cation forms t o ra c o m p a r a b l e tour, but due t o certain com-
'o swing at the bail, walk Ihrough
' M ' L I M T T H E BIG WIND
These tours are managed by the American Educational
Theatre Association, Inc., which selects apDroximatelv ten
s
aii game, and even through
" ><
' >» don i want a float, so v,w dun't warn
a das l
l
|J l
i a s s ( alislll<
s y r ri
, "V " '"' "
'
" " "" 'Presentaiive resign, vVitimui cailm.
,.ru~
'nes. In almost every case
you, too, c a n be a K e n d o God -mil ,--,,i n
i
*
.• •
,
' '
^
a lll(,tl,
these
,u
schools to participate each year. The S.U.C.E. at Brock- smdenis never quit-ken their ste, '
port is among those schools presently touring Europe.
»r veer from their original course ''ARTY PARTY
T„j:„ij„„i
nartmpn
!
t
^
T
a r
f
c
t
°
v e r e d
,
b
y
t h e D
^ n s e
" "
hi y seem eompletelv oblivious of
" ' ' thought formal rush p a r l i e s were n ,
D e - their mierferenee with M , I n e ^aturdav m the Student . ' m m ! , t h e r e wn
paitment. Each member ol the company receives $7 per elasses. n is amazing t,, us how •'"••" as l«n« as it's legal girls
Clay l o r l i v i n g e x p e n s e s a n d is g i v e n a $ 1 0 , 0 0 0 life i n s u r -
anyone, especially fuiure teachers, enntinuous s h o w , go ,,„ ,. v ,,,. y
ance However,
policy plus
and accident
coverage.
' a n ''-' s" discourteous and so in- long
as it is legal, buys.
the sickness
college must
pay all production
>'e do not believe this present SCAI'EGOATLN'G
expenses Sconsiderale
°
llllall
except for t r a n s p o r t a t i o n a n d royalties.
i
After all. a s l a m is a slam
tolling in front of a baiter ready
1
T h e S c h o o l WOllld
" » i> necessary
a
Some years
s ,n,, m
Mean-iid.
|.,.„|.u
, 1()(j
Xi,
Senate h a s a l w a y s taken the b l a m e Ini
al s , a
u
also have to assume some measure of responsibility for the "'' " " ' decided in construct
'''
' ' wish 'bat ilio.se people beam
students while they are abroad. Of course, the
h e ttou
o u r WOUld r
' '""•' J l ' ; '''> irnund Page grievances to their s e n a t o r s r a t h e r than MI m
w ri ;,llu
probably be impossible during the school Year because
,i " '"'
'' '
' '"'la-v '"' '"~ ''"'"'"' ''"'"idamis have arisen ihai M n.:ause in(
s rHj
t h e i n t e r r u p t i o n of s t u d i e s
o " ' '"' "
'I'^ppoinled b\ ean they properly act when i|,e nnlv ml,urn
""' bnuied use ihese sidewalk, 'heir c l a s s m a t e s is, d e n m a i o r y Go
niiiem i
,
Ml
Nevertheless, if proper arrangements could be mad '"""
"
"
"
h't's
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" T h e m o r e I reflect, the more 1
a m astonished at the important
c h a r a c t e r of t h e historian. He is
thc sovereign censor to decide upon
the renown or infamy of his fellow
men.
. . His power extends even
beyond the g r a v e . "
Washinglon
Irving.
R e m e m b e r this, my children .My
tale is splendidly begun and sorrow
fully ended . . . bark
Last
S a t u r d a y ' s The f a m i l y
Weekly had an article about NiaKara Falls Apparently one of our
intrepid alumnae was the first woBy A N N E DUGAN
man. vea ihe first person to brave
thai lorrenl
Let me recount the
Once upon a time t h e r e w a s a food—who can do a thing but plotz
feat of Anna Kdson Taylor as it is clever, upright, stalwart and free- down and recover,
reennh d in a tattered October 25 thinking young chap n a m e d F i l b e r t
When Filbert saw what a restI'Kil, New Voik 1'imes.
„i ue walked lovvards t h e cafeFink
Filbert decided to a t t e n d ful institution he w a s attending,
Her defense against the murder- State College ( h u r r a y ) , b u t when what could he do but e s c a p e into
I we carefully tried to avoid
OIL flood was a wooden barrel four he came here, only one thing m a r - a daily d r e a m world. His lypewrit-ppin« on siime Milne s t u d e n t s ,
and mm hall feel in diameter Mrs. red his placid existence — he suf- e r kept people awake during t h e
•then passed into the main eafeTaylor wa- secured by a shoulder fered from insomnia.
^ i n time hi see the l a t e s t dish
afternoon, and after he learned how
strap to piolecl her neck. She
ling act sponsored by t h e eafeNight
upon
night,
Filbert
tossed
to play bridge and poker, his h o u r s
hi'1 adi, d through a hose inserted and turned upon his humble pallet, after dark were well spent. Once
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a b ,|, near the barrel top. She (lie couldn't afford a bed—that's or twice a month he would stay u p
m the ticket booth, w e r a n into
was sei adrd'l on Ihe Canadian .side why he c a m e h e r e ) a s thoughts all night to p r e p a r e for a p a p e r or
•.rclassmen trying to sell p a s s e s
ol the Falls The ealm above the powerful enough to add to the wis- an e x a m and then he would r e s t for
Jhefrosli for the use of the lower
brink and 'hen the suction of the dom of the ages kept him a w a k e , a week afterwards. l i e b e c a m e so
risiylr The next slop on o u r t r i p
I all- '.'.i iv |e i Fur a moment the Finally be decided sleep w a s un- upset at registration time b e c a u s e
where
Ss ilic Veterinary Office
This Saturday morning at X la | i ; , n , | ,„ ,.,,, „„ , , , . h n n k , ||1( | ,,„,„ necessary, and he look to writing all t h e ten, eleven, and twelve
e studenls were lined u p to r e two ol S t a l e ' s art classes will , a \ j V , . , , . .,,, i, ,., .,,.,, ,|„,
; ;
n V ( . r | 1( ,. philosophical
theses in the w e e o'clock elasses were shut out, that
|yc the new 'disease of t h e "hon v o y a g e " to Albany for .. da;. :,,,. M , - , T,,.;.,,
W ; I , ,. ( . S( . U( .,| h,,th
hours of Ihe dawning d a y . His mind he went straight home and develeek' and to find mil w h a t d i s e a s e and proceed onward to \ n i N'ork ,,11•..,. , i m | ,.,,,,,, |,, Ms
hummed with great ideas a n d h e oped a case of mono,
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catch next week.
'it.v where they will \ i - n ., , i., I
||,,.,v mueli tin-, daiuuless heroine spenl his lime pursuing knowledge.
Despite all obstacles to F i l b e r t ' s
,- eulie-.v'.s
Farther on down the hall t h e m u s e u m s Mr F.dward I' ' ••.'. I, \ ,,,,,|,| |,,,,,. a ,|d,. ( | i
Filbert wanted to be in the swing scholarly success, he ended u p peroan> and groans w e r e d r o w n e d Associate Professor ol Art and Mr n , . | , |„ ,.,,,.,,. ||,„. v s | u , u ,uidei-.s of things, however. When he c a m e fectly acceptable with a 2.0003 inI by Ihe rinipnj,' of the c a s h ren- William Wilson. Assoeiate I'roh-s tIii".m.:b ihe darkening misl of tune, to Slate he discovered that most d e x .
ter in the Co-op. After waiting m sor of A i l . will ion,lu.i iheir f,,r -<itii-n s,,me thoughtful journal people spent their every waking
Things began to change in Fil1 I'll' nearly an hour, we bought classes in Amcriaii Art Appro,-la , | s h . v i lei! u- bit- and pieces of bour in a lethargic stupor Being |,crt's life, however, lie didn't
lion
and
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married
llr pack n[ cigarettes, a n d a s we
blurry eyed the morning after w a s m a k i - a fraternity second s e m e s t e r
ickctl up our three cents c h a n g e Clas-ieal Art. respectr.,• I;, on tour- ; i ! nineoeii and widowed al twenty " i n . " and silting bright-eyed a n d b e c a u s e none of the " i n " people
Severe pushed into Ihe hall I 'n- i d ' t h r e e of New \n\\. c,i : . . .,,: : . ,, s ) | l . ,,-,,, M ,| ,,,,,- | a , „ | ,., .|,t :, „ r a m i ' to go with poised pen in hand w m , ,„ | , j s spastically scheduled
-|Uileil we fou^hl our way back in s c u m s Mrs F r a n c e s sum he- ', i- S | l c . ,|„.,| ;„ niiil, -- nearly blind at an eight o'clock w a s " o u t . "
classes, lie had a girlfriend from
pick up a textbook which we lling L e c t u r e r in \ i i A I ! ,e ' '.m ; i l l ,| ;, ,,.,,
All of Filherl's friends .stumbled the "other end of town" and since
i nM ,, ,-;,,,! head librarian. see- through their morning classes with he h a d hide money, he couldn't
"n found was nut of stock. Anaiii p a n \ die group
j mnl) pushed us out into the hall
On Ihe agenda for tin- da\ a l e i''.u". ',• I'n-iucnl Collins, and a sense of duly, although some fell take the bus to see h e r . Nothing
hereupon we s u m m e d u p o u r visits lo Ihe Metropolitan \lu-eiim Mr- I'.nm im i h a \ e been .searching that the eight and nine o'clock in- w a s left hut to walk and this w a s
tirane and fought o u r w a y into uf Art. Tin- MiiM-um ol Modern fur our \nu.i l i - l - o l grads from -iruolors were rubbing them ol a great sacrifice on F i l b e r t ' s p a r i
eoffice After presenting o u r stu- Art and the d r . 'cnheiiu Museum the Norn ,,i - ' I i al Ml',my have their well-deserved rest. F.ven so, He cultivated an interest ( h e a v e n
eat lax card, draft c a r d s , d r i v e r ' s
To round out tin day '- a, ti\ Hie- been -'n.b, d ' areluily No one ean they were gracious enough to p u t forbid) in the economic system of
cen-e-, autobiographies,
family Ihe group will -pend - e \ e r a l hour- lind iu-i u , an cniilribute nollung up with such inconveniences twice the Fskimo culture and received a n
digrees, and »ave them o u r fin-seeing si gills in i.iei -n w e h \ lila.e b, He e., iie.i.. "I llu - brave, cour- a week
But bucking up enough A on his term paper. Soon h e hewill .ueoiis woman l o r us. .she never lm- a two o'clock was indeed a pain gan to gel A's in everything
trpnnt.s and photographs they One bus and a slaimn « a
en i liai'L-eil lis only ten c e n t s to be used for tin- Held trip and le-ar h\, d i„-,, r ,lied never braved beyond endurance. In the bright
,.,„„„ l r | ( , m l s s h u n n c c ]
| | j s ,..„,,
ihniiiiei ' nil- ol Niagara So hours of the afternoon, ihese world- | | | m | I j s ,.„„,„•„,.,„, , h | . ( , w ] l j s .
Cash a check WHAT.A BAKCAI.V Iv all s t u d e n l s ir.- e x p e , !' U l o a l
be it
weary and care-worn m a r t y r s shuf- W | . | U T ( ) U | 1 | R , w j n d j w _
See\on ne.xl week
X ( j '()m,
fled homeward (or skipped gaily to w ( m | d s j | m , x ) (() h j m j n ( . | u s s , ) ( ,.
a rush p a r t y ) with good intentions. ( > a u s ( ? , u , a s k w |
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Alter a page or two ol some moldy ( | i s U | r . | u , ( | i | | ( ,
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Art Class Plans
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Nil
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Die
VVl
dark day someone dumped a bottle
of sleeping pills into his bowl of
soup, and this caused Filbert to become his old self again. He h a s
been lying on his bed. dead to t h e
world, for two months now. No one
has noticed Filbert's d e m i s e : he
looks pretty normal
TOM'S BARBER SHOP
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is somewhat inadequate in size to
The reasons behind this attitude are various and too begin with, and this is compounded
complicated to be reiterated here. But three solutions considerably by the periodic
bcome evident: "Be prepared!" If this doesn't work, "Don't slrt ' ani "' l,,ll('-;i' stutl<-',lls walking
cry over spilled milk." And always remember, "There is llllsh """ ""' m " ,(,lt ' "' |1|('SI'
a time to laugh and a time to cry."
classes
Revue in Europe?
CRYSTAL and P . P E L T Z
By LINDA P . WHITE
We have always noticed an attitude of disgust on the (|L>rancc ,„• restriction.^" against
part of the student body around mid-semester time, but US!, ,,f t|u. field by collet;!' students,
never have we noticed such seriousness of purpose as we and asked if we were afraid that up
have this year. This is as it should be, although in the our volleyball mighl be interceppast, such seriousness has been reserved for the final led.
n
C1.jsjg
D.
IN MEMORIAM
t are sorry lo disappoint you.
"ion know we were s u p p o s e d to
"the Commons this w e e k , b c £
cthe dirt quota r e a c h e d a n e w ,
*gering higli the C o m m o n s w a s
*d, and we were forced to w a n •through the hails.
who "owns" Page Field, the eollege or Milne gym ('lasses:' The
statemcnl referred to a "Prcpon-
here a t State.
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Campus Specially Slalionery
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n i d i i i a i v p e n , ll e i a - e i . T ' l i e i e - n e v e
ni.iik mi Coii.T-al'lc'- - p c lal siiilace.
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skin. In eonveiiieiil IDOsheel
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, F R I D A Y , OCTOBER 27, 1961
S T A T E C O L L E G E N E W S , F R I D A Y , O C T O B E R 27,
Current Comment: EEP Clinches AMI A
Mrs. Roosevelt Football Title in 69-0
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On CommunismRomp Over TXO
QoaU
OH faculty
By Anne Dugan
New E n g l a n d e r
' " " " '' ' " ' " ' ''"'/' y. Column :
Bases
Dr. Goggin believes that travel
is a wonderful e x p e r i e n c e for anyone and especially for students.
The expanding opportunities for
travel is of the few positive things
to have come about as a result of
World War I I , " she s t a t e s .
t'pon her r e t u r n to the I'nited
Stale.'. Dr. Goggin enrolled at Yale
where .-he received her doctorate
A year was -pent leaching at St.
Mary College in Lovenworlh, Kansas and -he also spent two y e a r s
al Weaver High School in Hartford.
Conneel.'cin
''! like both secondary and college l e a c h i n g . " relates
Dr Goggin She feels thai high
schu il leaching ;- very important
lo p r e p a r e our youth for their pari
in iodic. \ life The Greek values
of goodness, knowledge and beauty
should lie fostered a m o n g high
school studenis and the right kind
of teacher will be able to instill a
love and respeel for learning in
the minds and he,iris of young
people
One of Dr Coggin's favonle in
leresls is al'i Since literature is
one of ilie arl s Dr Goggin related
Ilia! -he " l e a c h e s u h a l she likeliest " She is \ cry fond of I 'hiliese
arl and feels lhal il "-.coins eivi
lizerl ,n |ho best sense of Ilie Word
Stone a F a v o r i t e
Architecture is also oni of Dr
Goggin's consuming interests She
is \i-ry happy I" learn lhal State's
new c a m p u s wil I be designed b.\
Kdward Stone one of h e r f a v o n l e
architects she feels that "he com
bines the strength and dignity of
modern
architecture
wilh
the
w a r m t h u! Ionian style
only one
bun
Stagner to Talk
On Psychology
Opportunities
Interest in Art
ENDS -Diek Mann*'
The second q u a r t e r saw C'amarFay Richardson
rata hit Don Cohen and .John VulGUARDS Jack M c M a n a m a n
garity with TD passes. J a c k McJeff Sohns*
M a n a m a n , Potters sticky fingered
CENTER—Keith Costelio
guard registered the extra point.
QB—Mike C a m a r r a t a '
The men in black and white kept
rolling during the second half as
HB -Bob Pollero '
D'Angelico hit Kim Clifford on an
D a n n y D'Angelico '
/ption play to the left.
Stickney
FB— Gary Jones
took over q u a r t e r b a c k i n g duties
ciety v e r s u s ihe Russian
closed and threw a scoring pass to John DEFENSIVE U N I T ENDS -Kim Gilford'
society, she staled Dial we must M c d a r i t y .
be belter than the slogans conferred
Gary Jones
The fourth q u a r t e r proceeded to
upon [)>• by the Russians.
GUARDS - S t a n Krivo
conform with the rest of the g a m e
In a light nolo she r e f e r r e d to
Dave Symula
as C a m a r r a t a hit Dick Mann and
the fact lhal a few y e a r s ago the
Pat Spicci. A scoring pass from LINEBACKERS -Bob Costelio
Russian peoples were living unBill B u r n e t t '
Mike to Danny D'Angelico proved
d e r five y e a r plans. These gave
D a n n y D'Angelico
lo be the important score of the
way lo ten y e a r plans and now to
SAFETIES - F a y Richardson
contest since it gave Danny the
a twenty y e a r plan She also reChuck H u n t e r
ferred lo a dinner -he planned for scoring title and gave E F P its goal
OFFENSIVE RESEKVES—
Mr K r u s h c h e v where he had lime of lid points.
Following h e r education at Barnard. Dr. Goggin was a w a r d e d a
fellowship for a y e a r ' s study abroad.
G r e e c e was h e r chosen
country, and h e r y e a r there was
"the most wonderful y e a r of a l l . "
She studied at the A m e r i c a n School
of classical Studies in Athens and
was delighted to h a v e the experience of seeing ancient tradition
anrl the present combined in a re- for
m a r k a b l e sense of clarity. Dr. Gofgin reports that the Greek people
were e x t r e m e l y kind, gracious and
hospitable and that literary tradition prevails in their daily lives.
Travel
Stale's Fresh soccer team saw m tliis :amr. ;,nd
A lecture will tie given by Professor Ross S t a g n e r , C h a i r m a n of
Ihe D e p a r t m e n t of Psychology al
Wayne s t a l e I 'diversity, al ].0(j
p.m., \ o v e m b e r .'i, in D r a p e r .'1-19.
The topic for Dr. S t a g n e r ' s lecture will
he 'Psychological
Obstacles to I n t e r n a t i o n a l P e a c e . "
On Ihe evening of N o v e m b e r ,'!.
Pri fcssor S t a g n e r will also speak
before Ihe Psychological Association of .Vorljicaslern Xcw York
However, 'his a d d r e s s w II n i| be
open lo siudenis.
An a u t h o r of -c\ oral boi k- on
ps\ i holog) and arlicles 'lia' have
appeared
;n
p r o l e - - .i.al
piiir
nals and eney clopedia - he w a- a
FulbrigJil
l(e-earoh
scholar in
lia.'y from I:».",., in |<i,",i;
Dr Sia .'ner .- a men Y T of
Pin Beta Kappa
and wa - al-o
the winner of Ihe P a b - ! P e s '
War Planning eonlest in I!)11
Quarterback John
Barthelmas
was the standout for TXO as he
completed several passes, most of
them to end Pole Peltz, but was
unable to dent the Potter defense
for a score.
KIJ U P S E T S SLS
Last Thursday afternoon, KB,
playing an excellent g a m e , pulled
ou! an upset over SLS, 7-0. Both
t e a m s ' defenses looked strong as
Continued
on Pai/i ',, Column HJ
:n
I'oints
Lor Agaiiht
n;<;
HEP
MENS
MENS
SLS
MENS
APA
REP
SLS
APA
I S ;il
SIC FLICS
at
a
winning
TL;o, ir season
U,:'':;: :,::::"
Team
EFP
SLS
FEP
APA
MENS
FEP
APA
FEP
.MENS
END—Sherwin Bowen
MENS
GUARD—Fran Flores
SLS
QB—Rocky Crowed
APA
HB—Lvnn Costelio
KB
FB—Dave Janick
APA
DEFENSIVE R E S E R V E S END—Ted D u s a n c n k o *
APA
G U A R D - T o m Ellis
KB
LINEBACKER- Fred Thumhart
SI S
S A F E T Y - Gary Lynch
MENS
* m a d e All-Star Team 1ast year.
POTTER vs. ALL STARS SUNDAY, ON VI
lie will
res!
" " ol
'"
bo inn ill
""' Msea'' l " i,i
<dlc;,sjve imi's were unable to
ni'o.i' Hie li;,||
• feared iha'
•id
•")
f'lass
H'1
'i)2
'"'
,I
'"'
Both t e a m s
p l a y e d on
even
lerms in t h e first q u a r t e r , n e i t h e r
being able lo s c o r e . T h i n g s Ix'U.'in
lo get a lit 11 c hot in Ihe second
quarter as O s w e g o ' s Karl Selmck
beat goalie (Jeorite Philips al !i:oo
for the firsl score ol Ihe c a m e linl
Slate's P e t e S c l i r o e c k l i e d IhitiLts
ip a m i n u t e
laler,
liillnu the
corner of Ihe c o a l on a c l o s e u p
,|iii! v:a a b c a u l i l u l p a s s
from
enter .lne P r o e o p m
••.,:, i,,! Mie
Tne
State Varsity Soccer team was handed its first
<arch interred last Saturday, as
"'"'"' ' '
'" ' ""us see- defeat in seven starts this past weekend by Oswego. The
the always strong Oswego s-p,ad
Yesterday tin 1-,,-h ,,:,,•,,.\ u,,..,. S1 " linl11 lll(' Kli squad camp up teams were evenly matched and the play was rough.
presented the Purple & Cold will, "ex. to las, ,;,„,,• „f 'i,e -,,,.,„ ?™ VdVum-Mo [!"? XT?*'
In th first half, Ed Walsh was injured. Ed's job was
a 5-1 defeat. The Peds
,,, ,
, A.
u
,
,„
to guard Bob Thule, a d a n g e r o u s scorer. I t w a s j u s t after
(
1 0 arc now a . , , , , , , ,
is last crack
Galu
Dr. Goggin is a native New
E n g l a n d e r and was born in .Marlboro, .Massachusetts, a town of
about 18.000 people. She g r e w up
in Boston where she a t t e n d e d the
Some of (ho ways she mentioned
Girls Latin School and majored
a r e to l e a r n about the m a n y facets
in Greek and Latin Dr. Goggin of C o m m u n i s m , lo study Ihe effects
continued her studies at B a r n a r d of isolationism in A m e r i c a on Ihe
College where she found attending view of A m e r i c a n s by foreigners,
and lo leach our children thai the
a city college an excellent cultural
fight a g a i n - '
Communism
may
opportunity New York City gave well be (heirs ' o m o r r o w as il if
an easy access to m a n y concerts, o u r s today
plays and art exhibits.
In a r e f e r e n c e to our open soY e a r in G r e e c e
,.
A ,s :| l
iIK-
nl n
-'-.' ^,;:;.,;jr,;;, ;.,,,;::.... -,-,,K,,',,;;::;,;,!:";,;;;:,: »-i„ JU rythatT^scored 8 ^«**g 0a i of ^u ou,-
k(,
Tonnrmw. -he p,..|. •..,, • l l M | , , i i' ! l "
'IPI|.|.HIU si.s n,
.v men were bottled up by sharp delensive play by Oswego
Voriii \iian- i ,.- i, , :, •' .,,,'"
and by a scries of double-teams. Later Franz Zwicklbauer
,(..ir
,, . . . ,,,,, , ,
was also b u r l ; both these players will be in t h e g a m e Sat() , , ) | ( .
" vii.nm IM i:sc\i'i:s CKLLAR urday.
I
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AMIA Notice
I . I : \ ( , I I . i (MI\IISS|(IM us
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luce! ill:'
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Ml \ MI \ ]
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war
d:
; .:
Ii .'. ill 1
'•: •'••!•>', Wa'. r b u n
'
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x
" i , ; " i'i .i batile in slay
IH A
' " \ i'""thall i.-a-jue
'' u ' ' ' '''""'•
Parted off
, u ' , s IMi;ih " '" "''i
I'n!.in. null! ihe si-cimi hall
Dr Goggin also enjoys moun
tain climbing and reading aboul
All lho.se studenis who a l e in
the sport She used to be an a\ id
lercstod in loining s K ,\ may
tennis player, bul now .she con
become meiiibi i , by lalkiiig wilh
fines herself to s u m m e r vacation
Mr Anderson or Miss < onklin m
sessions with her nieces.
Richardson 171
I
In the second half, it was once again Oswego who led
the scoring. Both Jim Jarvic and Tom Santav scored giving Oswego the end-of-the-quarter edge, 3-0. Both Al
Ciejka and Dave Schrycr played o u t s t a n d i n g ball as re|)laepments for our injured players.
when
1 ,.,.,,1 |.,i/..,,.,[,] ..,,,,„,,! ml(l ,|.(,
Karl Heinz Gerstenberger scored two goals in t h e
I'urvi-ii.M-L Mu' •. i'iiL'iiiei-r mi. fourth quarter, m a k i n g t h e score 3-2. S a n t a y p u t t h e g a m e
iid.i'.H. dine.
"ii ice with his second score of the day, m a k i n g t h e final
sciire, 4-2
'!,,
\'.V"
Coach Garcia bad several c o m m e n t s on this past
i i' 1 | > :
The llnrd w i t n e s s e d t h e m a k
III ' I I I ' , ' . ' ! I
.ncs of a n
inspired
ballcame
\ M I \ m s K I III VII
when al 11:20 S e l m c k a c a i n f o u n d
\.MI \
I;.I-IM M c : :
I.. , •.,- < •
'• ' I'In I -'pl.-nl 11 nil 1,,in .1 ulies.
,
*
'he nets lo put O s w e c o o n e u p un
INI- -lull' !
I' IT', I'. .' '' il,d K
.,
1 M .', I K ()(, week s game
As I said last week, this was Oswego s Home'he S t a t e s m e n
I,_!,,,
\M I ,,!;,,,,,
b.i!
' l i l l n n l l e v . ' ;.. ,!,• ' i ., :M-I '
:.,.
• mc !.|..r , n ,i ',„,.,:,,,,', ',|,I!II.„V ;, coming game This bad a great deal to do with t h e final
Milton lin.'wn b r o k e Ilie c a m e \,,r Un
. .• • .•
-•: ,id Mc •. i
, lt| | l | s ,lUM ,.n,'| outcome. The teams were even in ability a n d speed. Hown'.de open in t h e f i n a l s i a n / a for w h o ,ni
'Ciiiv
ib;
....
I n -1,
,' ,;j|,.t\
ever, their student body t u r n e d out in g r e a t n u m b e r s , givIhe w i n n e r s , b l a s l i n c I w o c m l - m lea- ue
r .'..it •> ie ,-i .•. '
ed -• '
ing their team the edge. This week's g a m e with Bridgeport
a minute a n d a half.
u i i k - \ n \ e n . 1 I-I . ,i i 1 . - i,>
in1'1the
'' l'll'"'k l'"/"'!'" is a home contest and if we could have half t h e number
State b a c k T o m M o r r i s . a l r e a d \ ' apt.1 ins ;,ri r. c ;• ' n i '-. Mr :.-' -lei II.I.I
..'. I n
' ,,ial ' k lo^ i rend
" " (if s t u d e n t s that Oswego had at their g a m e I a m sure it will
injured o n c e t h i s y e a r , w a s b u r ' 1I1 M-am sbi r.\ ii. llo A ni
make a great difference in the final o u t c o m e of t h e g a m e . "
'85
'f,'1
As for statistics, Bridgeport is a good a l l - a r o u n d squad.
Career Cues
K i
"Hitch your wagon to
a 'growth' industry—
and grow with it!"
Doughi-.
Lc ;>;.
DotiijLf.
I • 1 ;''. I''C.
President
"A g r o w t h i n d u s t r y is ;i n e w n n l u s i i i , '
- un il:-way up
m o v i n g <juu k I\M e x p a n i l i n c '• •• ' W i n n \ u u
j o i n a c o m p a n y 111 o n e ol t h e . n c ' . i l i In Ms \ a l i . c i '
s o m e t h i n g e x t r a w o r k i n g foi S'oii . . yi.'ii i.'-- '•'• up .-. lib
T o find o u t w h i c h i n d u s t r y is nglM i n yo',i. tiy 1I0
Ask
s o m e o n e in a g o o d i n v e s t 11 K nl oil ice in ,•;'> >• \ "ii .1 . • 1
t h e i n d u s t r i e s he considers grov.lh i i n b c t i n s
Llal.i
I'i . w s s i n t ! plastics, and e l e c t r o n i c s a r e a few e x a m p l e s .
'I In a pn i. tin.- one you h a v e a l e a n i n g t o w a r d , a n d g e t
the n a m e s ol the most p r o g r e s s i v e c o m p a n i e s in t h a t
field.
O M - thing I'd like to point o u t from m y o w n c a r e e r is
. . . a growth industry m a y also h e a n old b u s i n e s s t h a t ' s
ni the verge of new d e v e l o p m e n t , S h o r t l y a f t e r l e a v i n g
college 1 found this s i t u a t i o n in t h e O u t d o o r A d v e r t i s i n g
held. W h a t my associates a n d I d i d w a s t o e m p l o y color,
action and motion to d r a m a t i c a l l y p e r s o n i f y t h e p r o d u c t ,
b r a n d or services being a d v e r t i s e d . In d o i n g so, we d e vi loped the m o d e r n t y p e ' S p e c t a c u l a r s ' t h a t t a l k e d , b l e w
sinuki' imgs. soap lull.Ides. etc. . . . signs t h a t c h a n g e d t h e
f;,i e ol H i u a d w i y and t h e f a m o u s T i m e s S q u a r e a r e a .
T h i s is [list om- e x a m p l e . T h e r e a l l y i m p o r t a n t t h i n g
to lenioiiiher is t i n s : W h e n you set y o u r s i g h t s on a c a r e e r ,
nun fur on 11 idust 1 y that is going 10 c r o w , so y o u c a n g r o w
vutli it It's the difference b e t w e e n a r o c k e t t h a t b l a s t s
oil. and one that just sits t h e r e . G o o d l u c k ! "
The> a r e re) t.ted lo be acile and
speedy
Flos t e a m has lost only
one c a m e Ibis s \tsnn They are usually one of Ihe ho.si t e a m s in Ihe
stale < III!' hoj s will be up for 111"
.came, and with some student sup
purl 11 will he a close one
I Cross-Country
Per ihe first lime in ils history,
Stall 1 C'olle.cc will lake pari 111 a
cross country meel
The meet,
which will be held next T u e s d a y al
4:()(i, is a p p r o p r i a t e l y enough with
one of S t a t e ' s oldesl rivals, Siena.
The six m e m b e r s of the team
who will run Ihe t h r e e and a hall
mile course for S t a l e a r e Paul
l l o r a n . Tom Robinson, Bill Broilsun. Ken J e w e l l . Chuck Hunter,
and Sieve Doleski.
Hockey, Volleyball,
Soccer in WAA
l!> W V Y
Dear Spoils
S( H \ ( i ( ) I . i : i I
Almded:
Hockey
The Tuesday L e a g u e will play
nexl u eek al I p. in. Ii\ the u a\ ,
wbai h a p p e n e d lo all lllo.se sup
posedh inleresled in hockey'.' Lei's
see some of \ o u pseii(liilui(ke\
p l a y e r s mi the field nexl week
SEA Stages
First Program
I h e Sludeiil K d u c a l i o n A s s o e i a
' " " i •'•ill hold lis lir-i p r o g r a m
no e i m g O c t o b e r :;u m R i c h a r d s o n
-!'l al ,'( on p in
\ | r Slatlon Rice
"I Ihe S ' a l e I'.'ducation
Depari
meiil
( oiiiounicalion
O n i-ion
will s p e a k on p r o g r a m m e d l e a r n
in ' a n d Ihe u - e ,,l l e a c h i n g m a
cloneT h e r e v, ill be ,, d i s p l a y
ol m a l e r i a l n <•<J u lib leaching
m.ll ll.oes
\oli Members a r e III
III! (I
All m e m b e r - ,,[ s f. A who
have riol r e e e n ed Ihi < )( lober Is
sues of the .National
Education
Journal and the New York State
Journal are reipie.sted lo pick them
up in Mr Aiider-.on s ofllce Rich
a id'.on 175
PAGE S
State W i n Streak Snapped EEP Clinches... Frosh Booters Lose Saturday
As Oswego Tops Peds 4-2
For 4 t h D e f e a t of
Season
Touching All
P O T T E R M E N SCORE «!»
|
By DAVE JENKS
Potior clinched another AAIIA
If you recall my article of two Football Championship as they
Much credit is duo to this y e a r ' s AMIA
weeks ago, you will realiz.' whal rolled over a valient but helpless guc. Commissioners Chuck H u n t e r a n d Bo
I meant by my s t a t e m e n t that this T X 0 squad,
"69"-0.
D a n n y a fine job of running the league a n d the <
talk s t a r t e d al the conventional D'Angelico wrapped up the scoring
played by the teams was t r e m e n d o u s
time for all such t a l k s .
title in this g a m e that saw nine difSpeaking about how we can best ferent men hit the scoring column.
FINAL STANDINGS
influence the world against ComThe " E E P e r s ' wasted no time
m u n i s m , .Mrs Roosevelt slated h e r as D'Angelcio grabbed a pass in
Team
W on Lost
D e m o c r a c y in our anti-Communist the end zone on the first play from
Potter
5
u
belief lhal we must be more pro- s c r i m m a g e . A couple of plays
Alpha Pi Alpha
4
1
Democracy
in
our
anti-Com- later il was Pal Spicci's turn to
Kappa Beta
munism
)
2
score with the extra-point coming
Sigma L a m b d a Sigma
:I
o
on
a
pass
play
to
Tony
Macaluso.
T h e r e is no one best way to inWaterbury
1
4
fluence the entire world against An interception with as outstandTheta Xi Omega
i
the forces of C o m m u n i s m accord- ing runback by Dave Stickney
ing to Mrs Roosevelt ( a m o n g oth- brought the score lo 21-0 as the
AMIA ALL S I X KS
ers, i
first q u a r t e r ended
OFFENSIVE U N I T By J o e
"I like teaching at State College
because the students a r e faithful,
pleasant
and
very
intelligent."
states Dr. .Mary G.Goggin, Associate Professor of Ancient Languages, Dr. Goggin h a s taught Latin
and Greek to S t a t e s t u d e n i s &>r 21
y e a r s , and h a s received a rich
background in the classical studies.
19G1
Volleyball
(liiod new s for girls intere.sied
is \ olle\ ball
we will be play ing
indoors ibis .sonie.sler. \ o more
g r a s s slams and colds, pisi po.ssi
hie splinters from P a g e I bill c> ni
lloor
Soccer
The c h a m p i o n s h i p g a m e s were
played oil today The resulls will
be III llt'M Week
I n l i n e Sports
Doii'l 1'orgei girls, bowline and
basketball a r e coining up yet ilus
fall
All Ihe croup houses and
soi'.ii'ilie.s should be celling their
leaius logelher. K e m e i n b e r two
practice g a m e s a r e required lu
d e t e r m i n e h a n d i c a p s in bowling
so gel on 1!
muff t M V
"I don't know what the name of W*
the course is, but I've repeated it j (§V ^v,1 n s
for three years!"
K I M
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PAGE «
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1961
eAtti^e J+audl
State College News
Prf&t
Peace Corps Smiles SponsorsO u t i n g Club
Recrurt Talks Halloween Fete Holds Party
l?4»
Sally Van Riper '63, P r e s i d e n t
A m e e t i n g for all people interThis e v e n i n g al 6 p in . . ar.s will
of
Smiles, announces that Caroll
ested
in
mcetin
\
with
a
r
e
p
r
e
s
e
n
Kappa Delta
leave
from Alden and Waicrhurv
Phi Delta
tative from the P e a c e C o r p s will Colway '63 and Patricia J e w e l l '64
Hall
for
the d e p t h s of tin uivsiorj.
P r e s i d e n t F r a n c e s Cicero '62 anP r e s i d e n t Saliy
J
o
n
e
s
'62
anSaliy J o n e s
be held today I oin 2-3 p. m. in are Co-Chairmen of the a n n u a l
nounces that an Open House for nounces that there will be an Open
ous Clarksville c a v e
Smiles' Hallowe'en P a r t y held a l
S t a t e s m e n will be held tonight from House for S t a t e s m e n tonight from D r a p e r 304.
T h e b a t s and o t h e r sub
8-10 p.m
the
First Reformed Church of Al
''Taiwan
8-10 D.m.
8-10 p . m . Gail Petit '63, J o a n n e
Miss Austra Root will r e l a t e
c
r
e
a t u r e s will be joined r<• r il
Psi G a m m a
Cardiizzo and Ann Marie Cheritano information cor e r n i n g the P e a c e bany for children aged four to six.
An Open House will be held Sun- '64 were pledged Monday night.
Corps, for all l'iose a t t e n d i n g . A It will be held on October 31 from ning by S t a t e College and I
day from 3-5 p . m . A coffee h o u r for
group discussion will be held from 6 to i) p.m. with the m e m b e r s in S a g e s t u d e n t s p a r l a k m
Sigma Alpha
i idcr.
Theta Xi Omega will be held MonPresident Doris Williams an- 2-3 p. m., and ; ti&wers to any in- charge of g a m e s and a c t i v i t i e s . donttts, and all the I n n
"fa
day night. B a r b a r a Martin h a s nounces that Judy Strong '63 was dividual questions will he given
Among the activities will be a spooky
Hallowe'en
I1.
been elected the new ISC r e p r e - pledged October 16.
following this.
Tin
Spook House run by Robert Swee- g r o u p a n n o u n c e s thai a
sentative.
idem,
Alpha Pi Alpha
Miss Rout is .i r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of ney '62, assisted by Allan C r o s s '65
a r e invited, and those
Sigma Phi Sigma
Merle Miller, House M a n a g e r , the P e a c e Corps wh is engaged
.irs
.Judy Kaminzky 'K.
P r e s i d e n t , a n n o u n c e s that there will be an in- primarily in rei -uiting candidates Richard Slenard '65, and V'ince :,re especially welcome
a n n o u n c e s that Airs. Helen Horo- formal work party tomorrow eve- Therefore, any .State students who Thomas '65. T h e r e will also be a
Carl Walton is chairm
are, or think tlu-y m a y be, inter- dance for t e e n a g e r s s u p e r v i s e d by e v e n t , and Elaine M<'
witz was initiated as an h o n o r a r y ning.
Two weeks ago, Raymond Smith ested should attend the discussion. the Clinton S q u a r e staff.
m e m b e r of Sigma Phi S i g m a
the c o o r d i n a t o r from l(u
'62 was unanimously elected to fulG a m m a K a p p a Phi
fill
the
position
of
President
of
the
President
Be Heath
'62 anfraternitv.
nounces that there will be an Open
I.S.C.
House for S t a t e s m e n , Sunday from
J u d y K a m i n s k y '62, President,
"-5 p . m . A coffee hour will be given
I . S . C , announces this week's rush
Monday night for the b r o t h e r s of p a r t y schedule
Sigma L a m b d a Sigma
T o d a y : Beta Zeta. Kappa Delta,
Chi Sigma Theta
Sigma Alpha and Sigma Phi Sigma.
President Mary Ann Di Ruseio
M o n d a y : Beta Zeta.
Kappa
'62 announces thai there will be an Delta, Chi Sigma Theta and Sigma
Open House for S t a t e s m e n , Sunday Phi Sigma.
from 7-9 p . m .
T u e s d a y : G a m m a Kappa Phi,
Phi Delta, Psi G a m m a and Sigma
IScta Zeta
Alpha.
President Doris Edelstein '62 anT h u r s d a y : Beta Zeta, Phi Delnounces (hat Tish Rich '64 was inta, Sigma Alpha and Sigma Phi
itialed .Monday night.
Sigma.
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VOL. XLVI NO. 23
Othello' and Parents' Day Head Big Weekend at State
Shakespeare's Tragedy, Othello/
ens New State Theatre Season
'""
11
''r
-Hid Sat unlay nights, m Page Auditorium, at 8:00, the Stale College The•\u> |i.''-seii' William .Shakespeare's Othello. This is the first play the State Col' •'•; i l 1 " ' will p r e s e n t
T,il
lliis
season.
^ , ' 1 " he headed by Martin Molson 62, as Othello, the Moor; Daniel La1!l t
ui" <>'•! as Ins ensign Iago; Robert Stemhauer '62, as Rodcrigo; and Linda Kolts '63,
a Iji .(leiiinna
" " , hirv is ui Othello the general, a Moor of Venice. He appoints r \issio, a young
•"'Idiei In the position of chief lieutenant. Iago, his ensign, jealous of young Cassio's
t your opinions against LWs Campus Opinion Poll °m
r:i
position, vows r e v e n u e
Othello and Cassio
• WUs Ufer-
feme or fortune?
b
N E W S NOTES
Juniors
Canterbury
Andy C'ibulsky '63, P r e s i d e n t of
C
a
n
t
e
r
b
u
r
y
Club will hold a Corthe J u n i o r Class, a n n o u n c e s that
nominations for the J u n i o r Class p o r a t e Communion to c o m m e m o r C a m p u s Queen Attendant m a y be ate National C a n t e r b u r y D a y and
m a d e on the class bulletin board All S a i n t s ' Day on Wednesday, Nov e m b e r 1, at 5:20 p.m. at St. Antoday
Nominations must be s u b m i t t e d d r e w ' s Church.
on Monday.
T h e r e will be a supper following
the service. All Episcopal faculty
Sophomores
T h e r e will be a meeting of the and students a r e invited. They a r e
Sophomore class on F r i d a y at 1 asked to contact Judy Twitchell,
Helen Bowers, or Henry Weaver,
p.m. in Pago Hall.
if they plan to attend both the
Nominations will be held for atservice and supper, so
t e n d a n t s to the C a m p u s Queen. A
that
n u m b e r to be served
r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of a nationally rec- e s t i m a t e d ,
may
ognized blazer firm will discuss the
possibilities of establishing a blaz
I.es Innovatcurs
er tradition al State. Such a t r a d i II
y
a
u
r
a une reunion du cerele
tion a l r e a d y exists at m a n y of the
franeais
I.FS
INNOVATfiURS,
oilier Slate Colleges, and it is hopjeudi, le 2 n o v e m b r e , a 11)30 h. a
ed lhat the Sophomore class can
B r u b a e h e r Hall. V'ues de F r a n c e .
starl the tradition h e r e .
Chansons francaisos.
Kafra
raiehissEnglish Majors
incuts.
All Knglish majors who plan to
I n n o v a t c u r s . Hie State Coldo student
teaching in 1962-63 lege F r e n c h c l u b
should check the Knglish D e p a r t - d a y , N o v e m b e r : will meet Thur.sal
7:30 p.m. in
nieiit
Bulletin
Board
' o p p o s i t e l i r u b a c h e r Hall.
PRIMER MEETING
PRIMER
jrd
OCTOISER
H P.M.
3i
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Many Activitie
For Annual Parents Da
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/>- 'i
O Ate sWenfs
conjetvanVe
or liberal?
(_]
Would rather have world recognition
-and small financial rewards '
O Do sfudenls
pfe f er f;|fef ot
non-filfetcigateHes?
Open
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uo
b a i her
toom
uer l)iniin>
UIIIIIIL' Illonui
"' r ""'ainiii-, residence halls will
:
Hi' Al.li 11 W a i e r h u r y Dinui:;
9J
"Return of the Fly >>
[ ~) Middle of the road
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D
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'• ' i.'ifeleria w
,;r"l|H house s t u d e n t s will Use
vlule V\'alerhurs
'''•'Ii'l'liun cafeteria.
Page P r o g r a m
••runi-ation for all p a r e n l s is
': l"1' - P in al I ' a - e Hall l»r
1,1,1
sai'ivnl Associate I'rules
: l,|l
"'.iU"ii, will ael a s M a s t e r
"''"imiii"- Dr Kvnii l( C,,l
''''"-llleill of Ihe College, will
"" "le a c a d e m i c a s p e c t s nf
lll<
' '''i111 Have l i r o o k e r , Sill
\s-,u.
oalion P r e s i d e n t , will
'l|l'i Mudeiit Koverilliienl
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1 Conservative
Noil filler',
Here'? how 1029students at 100 colleges voted!
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Slill
<'Mi:eM
will
present
a
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EVERY STUDENT SHOPS
IIICKC AT
Harold Finkle
"VOI It JEWKI-EH"
ii)7 Central Avenue
WHERE DISCOUNTS
ARE (ilVEN TO ALU
STUDENTS
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Mr. Kdwurd Mendus, Assistant
Professor of I j i g l i s h , is the technical d i r e c t o r .
Otliclln 1.1st rehearses d i a i n a t i c scene.
Dr. Hopkins to Discuss Topic
Of the Famous DeWitt Clinton
Itoheil S i e i n h a i i e r ' s activities in
the t h e a t r e have been quite varied
lie directed Ihe Soph skit of ID.Si),
and the S l a t e College Kevue productions of "(luv s and Dolls." and
" T h e King and I " He has aeled
in " T h e I . e . e n d ol L o v e r s , " and
Ihe " I t a l i a n S t r a w H a t . " He has
also a p p e a r e d in The H u m m e r Are
na p r e s e n t a t i o n
of " T h e
Mandrake."
I
O n Psycholoqy
Mh.iiiv ^'.e'.' 1 I.
'
Ho - si,, ,,, ,- 1 |,,,n
pal 1 •;,< n' ••! I' l . ' f
si,,i,. 1 : , ,
1,.,:
'I In I' < 'or.
1 •n '
\\ ill I .1 . pi , . 10 I
I p ••••• t i n '>'• < ><••• "
he
l's>, hnl.i ,• .,! '
lernal mnal I'1 .e •
I'role- ••« SI.I :•' '
di nl ol Ihe Mel "•
II.
loi:u al \
linn n| -o\ - - f. •! I ' - J
and
10.10'.
-I
In
\lli n i \
Kit. \ l\ I \ . \ (
Coffee H o u r
, l " " • a coffee hour is plan
^ ' " ^ I ' l i n i i l s in (be l i n i b a i h e r
, ' . ' ''""'h-',''
All l a c u l l y m e n i
law
' ' " ' ' ' i i invited and sludenls
|
I. -1 in I'M 1
o n I Inn
h i , le, l o r e
l.eoln
he
lie v.ih -,„
I.e. m hi
lo M „ I .
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ii ir..in
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, . v r r ih.s I., i.n. ' - i | '-' ! '" '
lo llu puhh.
HOPKINS
.' I' H '.'• -hip
,
1 . a n , ir , ,.ii 11. A ill 1 hill.ui and is
1 iinviiilv .a wc.rk on a hook lo he
,,
. .iiii-il I lie Mind ui De Will Clinton,
I 1
In preparation for her hunk, Dr
! ', , f
lli.pkiiis has done exlensive re
1 ,,'
r a n h on ihe (hill..11 m a n u s c r i p t s
,, HI Ihe Male Lilian . and Ihe Clin
n '•" ' "
,,
,.„' ,.,. ,. 11 ,, ,,
a '•
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1,
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Martin .Molson h a s had much pre
vious e x p e r i e n c e in S t a t e College
productions. He h a s had i m p o r t a n t
roles in such p r e v i o u s s u c c e s s e s as
Oedipus Hex,
1'he I c e m a n Come t h , " "WyiliiiLi for Oodot," "Conic
Hack, U t i l e S h e h a . " and " T h e Cave
Dwellers."
Danicd l.aheille has a p p e a r e d in
ihe original
B r o a d w a y east of
" H a n n j " He a p p e a r e d in "No
T i m e for S e r j e a n t s , "
"Streetcar
\ained
D e s i r e , " and
"Tobacco
l i o a d " for Ihe I'hoeilieia Siniiiner
P l a y h o u s e . His television appeara n c e s include,
"The Sid C a e s a r
S h o w . " and the
lied
]!ulti>n.s
Show
CjOCdh
I
Mr. I.in Sweitrintfen is directing
the p n t d u c t i o n . He has also desiynthe set He is assisted by (I aH Sol
I'er '(il.
1
C
r-
peari d 111 pr..lr i.ui.il
,.,„ j , 1,,j,, ,|i.,
\i .. i.
bee 1.1 ihe I
U.H '
Is r e i n oil/.si le
I" !'''
I'.ela Kappa
Hi Sl.i n. r ••'•.<
s c a n h . h'.l o m H .
1,1 Pi.o II. '
Ihe I'.ib '• I"- * •' I i " ' ' " '
'
:' ' l l u ' "I'porliinilv io m i n i
'"'" Parenis to their c l a s s
,i '"•"'""•Itirs
1,111
Stale Colleijc 'I'heali e'-
I
.11.a
sun.., .,|1(j c,,| j,. ,,. inn,-.,
"' siven hi ,,|| jni ( .|.,. S | ( , ( | | ) ; i | .
>Jli>vyj(i•; il,,, convocation
ai'MU
ever u a m e
« nil
y,.'/ 1 ' 1 " 1 ' ' o l l e n e will IICKIII mi
"''"; l l l ' l , i nt :i p in , and all
1
' " " ' , ; "ul e.roup h o u s e s w ill
'{'• ''"'" douses froiii II :i(| a m
'""l
l u
%t/f
Him
n
ll'ise .il'eni
'
I
first
Hull m |»i-..ti-i. :1. :,
nthell.
will he pre-oni.-d
I
c l i m a x the I ' . i n n i ' H,..'.
.n,.
of e \ e n t s ami ,' n Imp..I ilia: ,
large nuinlier "I pan :r ••• ;il '• :•
Ihe prodiu liun
Coininittee (h.iirinen
lleadin
i"••
.1," 'In 1
lowing people
Annr Du n, ,iu
.Anne UorMinpp .lui.e-r- I' 1' • 111 • 1: _-.
ITisrillu Stein ai.d Ibm lie lib'.
J u n i o r s , f'oiire 11 • 1 r l.-i. I.n
h a n k s '1'. I. 111 •-1 *: 1' J• • 1 • - I ' . I..i
'111, I'm i.v.i- l'-a ; I' :
Luncheon
Flov.er
1; . I'. •
'•"'on will he niven al noon llarr.\ I leu ulull
parent.- iif a|| f r e s h m e n , .lune.1 .. I',i, ,1,.
Il
' ui • in l i r u h a c h e r and ami I'.il \\ • -i 1 - 1
^ '- ''all- will hold their lunch
II (i PRESENTS
Added Attraction at 6:30
and 10:15 P.M.
371 Hamilton St.
r I .Dim p a r e n t s
will visit
I'ullt'Ki' t o m o r r o w as the
Jlo'.i schedules its a n n u a l P a r Day. Dick Kelly and fieri
ifcr. Juniors, a r e en c h a i r m e n
c day's activities.
Free P a r k i n g
Boause of the large n u m b e r of
arwils expected to a t t e n d , free
«r>.mj al the l.aSalle School on
fwi'rn Avenue will he offered.
•"Iifi'incn are to he s t a t i o n e d to
' traffic, and
maintenance
•t-n wjJJ park the e a r s in the p a r k
\
P ) Would rather have $50.0004100,000
yearly salary-and obscurity
However, lauo h a s not yet killed
Cassio and his vilhany manifests
itself, lie is punished to the full
extent of the law. and Othello, plaliued by quilt, kills himself.
,
\
Tonight in D349
"Midsummer
Night's Dr earn >>
Hi ;:.>< <.,
ml Priscilla Stehr.
A^T '
D O I B L E J I : \ T I iti;
Main Attraction ;it 8 P.M.
SCENE
2nd r o w : Hob I aii banks, I ran l i n n - , n , k
'flly, Gcri Sehleifer, H a r r y Thornli II, Anne l)u ,ni. I.-in
both
\id: il by Koderiuio. a l o r n i e r
suitor of o i h e l l o ' s wife, Desde
inona. IUL'.O a t t e m p t s to convince
Othello ui his wife's infidelity. He
s u c c e e d s and Oihello o r d e r s him In
slay Cassia Othello, in a r a g e , kills
Desdeiuona
Parents' Day C o m m i t t e e — 1st row: l';it WoinosKi, Jim ( miUm, !(..
flritk and Hon Richlcy.
on
,
"'
I hall
Ion
Papers
in
Special
I olleellolls
Linda Kolls is this y e a r ' s co-head
of c o s t u m e s on the Albany Stale
College T h e a t r e staff.
Mr S w e a r i n g e n , who has also
designed the p r o g r a m for Othello,
has chosen a replica of the cover
of S h a k e s p e a r e ' s first (puirto to app e a r on Ihe face ol Ihe p r o g r a m .
,
, ., ,
he enlire set h a s been bill
by
J
,
' 1 1
,,,.,,.,
M
i,
ihe SI 1:1 class which is u n d e r he
maniisrripl
c l l e cl.iliraiv
l i o n s „f Also,
ihe \ eshe
w , , | ; , ' v s , l t ''' 1 " " ' | I K ' , l u ' " r - v a , u l I , n , l ) .'
.
,,| llu- 1 oliiinhia
1
u
l M,h nl M a <
""
"
1 ,,, ,1,,,
1, 1 .,,,
Mr
Mem
us. I IS
V„rk
I'uhhc ,. Libra,
v and
Ihe1 lsupervision
'
" ' ill«-m"KS
«'»! llKlllinBIi, \\ 111 ( liiilmi sliulv
ha •- ilulie
e s r a i ell olIII lthe
. p| .H , .| ) n i l | „ , , „ „ , s t a f f consists
.
.
,1 IL.ie
hi..11 ILibrary
l a r vliociK
a i d Ianil
ill
of
l a m e s J a c k s o n 'til!, s t a g e inana
\ l l l l l l l l Ol C l i n k s
4er; Lillian Sehniiill 'lil. assistant
.11 ..1
, j \,.il,
Di Hopkins has also written two stage m a n a g e r , K a r e n J u r e w i c z
... 1 1
,,l |i, \ n i hunks both published b.v Ihe l i a r
'lil, puhbeiiv
P a t r i c i a Benedetto
11 a
card I uivei'sit.v I'l'i'ss
Thev a r e 'i'C', ;ind Linda Kolls 'li.'l, c o s t u m e s ;
, , r , i , a nine Spires of I'm in: \ Study of l a n e r
.Itidith ( i r a b e l 'li.'l, p r o p e r t i e s ; Sharhil
il,, I,, u ,,1 \ni son's t r s l h c l i c Theory, and Prodi
on Smith 'lili, m a k e - u p : and Robert
in, anhn
b.ui' U.d P u r i t a n : A Life of Delia Itacou. Uillower 'ill, sound
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