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STATE COLLEGE NEWS,
English Majors |Agenda
Includes Footba
Dippikill,Summit Meeting
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Each
English
major
should
m a k e a n appointment with his adBy F r a n H a r r i s
visor in a d v a n c e to ensure a full
discussion of courses for n e x t
p u s be c l e a r e d u p a t the
Committees Report
s e m e s t e r . This conference should
confer
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ence.
'62, P r e s i d e n t .
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take place a t least a d a y before
S e n a t e will t r y to learn about
I.S.C. P r e s i d e n t , J u d y K a m i n s k y
Elsie
Reynolds a n d B a r b a r a pre-registering.
mittee have seen Dean T h o r n c
'62, a n n o u n c e s t h a t a Silent Period Schner, S o p h o m o r e s , w e r e pledged
Since s o m e of the courses which about t h e proposed study l o u n g e , p l a n s and facilities for anc' receive
will b e g i n a t f r e s h m a n closing Monday night.
Dr. F r e d B . MiUett, distinguished which C h a i r m a n Dick Kelley e x - s u g g e s t i o n s concerning llu type ol
h o u r s F r i d a y a n d extend until 2
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student
g o v e r n m e n t " we should
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. The sorority will also hold a d a t e visiting Professor of English, will pects wil be s e t u p before Christbe teaching Spring s e m e s t e r a r e mas. T h e cafeteria will r e m a i n h a v e on t h e new campus.
tHe beg nnlng f
not listed in the college catalogue open later now, and will be c l e a n C a m p Board
T h e Silent P e r i o d will r e s u m e a t G a m m a K a l'I>a P h i
C a m p B o a r d ' s Dippikill build™
as available this y e a r , the State cd from 3 to 4 p.m. The possibility
5 p . m . , after conflict p a r t i e s and
B e a t r i c e Heath '(52, P r e s i d e n t College News is listing the titles of conducting fire drills in t h e p l a n s highlighted the remainder ol
e x t e n d until T u e s d a y , D e c e m b e r 5 a n n o u n c e s t h a t t h e sorority con- and dcscriplions so Ih'd students class buildings is also being ex- the m e e t i n g . S e n a t o r Aldcn
icree,
at 5 p . m .
flict p a r t y , South S e a Island, will may consider Ihetn at the time of amined.
a m e m b e r of C a m p |;,,mini
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Banner
This Silent Period also e x t e n d s
proposed
Senator Kelly further r e p o r t e d p l a n s for a Dippikill
to all p l a c e s off-campus and no Initiated
EN 136 (Sponsored by the Com"Ige and
Monday
night
were
e x c e p t i o n s to t h e rule will be Caroll Colway, Donna Lewis a n d p a r a t i v e Literature a n d English there a r e five possible c o m p a n i e s facility i m p r o v e m e n l s
h cd %
b o a r d p r e s e n t e d to Sena '' to Sei,.
granted.
Dorothy Matlhy, J u n i o r s and Ginny D e p a r t m e n t s ; suitable for Human- from which a n e w S t a t e College
ities c r e d i t ) . Introduction to the banner m a y be obtained. D e s i g n a t e a t t h e N o v e m b e r v i , „,,,., ,,„
Clark '64.
Kappa Delta
C a m p Hoard would |„ p,-,..,.,.,,
Principles and Traditions of Lit- for the banner a r e being p l a n n e d .
F r a n c e s Cicero '(12, P r e s i d e n t , Beta Zeta
e r a r y Criticism: the .Nineteenth The banner is expected to c o s t h a n d i c a p p e d in taking ,.n\ ,|clmi;I
a n n o u n c e s t h a t the sorority conflict
Presidenl Doris Fdelstein '62, and
Twentieth
Centuries. T h e between $50 and $60 if it is p u r - action ri lit now without a vote ol
p a r t y will be held t o m o r r o w afternoon from 2-5 p . m . T h e t h e m e of a n n o u n c e s that a n open house w a s sources of in o d :• r n criticism; chased; the lowest bid c u r r e n t l y a p p r o v a l from Sonati "I Hie planj
held by the men of P o t t e r Club for r o m a n t i c , realistic, and Marxist received is $54.50,
presented
up to now
the p a r t y is " O ' K a d y ' s Saloon."
Senator
the sisters of the sorority.
criticism; c u r r e n t developments in
P i e r c e s u g g e s t e d (hat forward
Elections C o m m i t t e e
Psi G a m m a
critical theory. While the course
Elections C o m m i t t e e , who h a v e c o n c r e t e action could
Lucille M o n a c o '62, P r e s i d e n t , Phi Delta
will concern itself primarily with been checking the SA Constitution, with S e n a t e approval
a n n o u n c e s that t h e t h e m e for to- Sally J o n e s '62, P r e s i d e n t , an- the various theories of criticism,
report there a r e from eight lo 10 Bill Leo asked Sena'
m o r r o w ' s conflict p a r t y is South nounces (hat Gael P a t e e '63 w a ssome attention will be given to
places where the p r e s e n t constitu- if we couldn't gel a di •finite bid
Pacific.
initiated .Monday night.
applied o r practical criticism. Two tion could be i m p r o v e d , including before a n y t h i n g is di i
-led, but
A coffee h o u r for S i g m a L a m b d a
Mrs. ( i r i e s m e y e r b e c a m e a n hon- credits. .Mondays and T h u r s d a y s changing the n a m e of the College, it w a s explained that
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S i g m a will be held on Monday eve- o r a r y m e m b e r of t h e sorority.
at 12:00.
where it is mention in t h e Consti- bid h a s n ' t been acci |>'< •I before
ning.
tution.
EN
271A
Senior
English
Semthis b e c a u s e there Im- been no
Sigma Alpha
Chi S i g m a T h e t a
inar (A full s e m e s t e r course simS e n a t e - a p p r o v e d plan
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Conference
• none
Donna Pacelli '63, acting PresiMary Ann Di Ruscio '62, Presiilar in method and approach to the
Tentatively, the S u m m i t Confer- definite bids. S e n a t o r l\ 1 rce was
dent, a n n o u n c e s that J u d y Strong
eight-week
course
for Student ence will be held n e x t W e d n e s d a y a.sked if approval of
dent, a n n o u n c e s t h a t the t h e m e of
In-, plan
and
Donna
Lockwood,
Juniors,
T e a c h e r s . ) The theory and practice in place of the r e g u l a r S e n a t e now would bind Senate I 'iiancaliT
the s o r o r i t y conflict p a r t y is Roarwere initiated Monday night,
of the intensive analysis of Lit- meeting. Senator Knapp s u g g e s t e d in
ing T w e n t i e s .
t h e future.
Senalo • Pa-ret
Pledged were P a t Pfenning '63, e r a t u r e . E x a m p l e s will be chosen that tli- presidents of IFC and ISC s t r e s s e d that the only i
C a m p u s Commission
sllc conC a m p u s C o m m i s s i o n will h a v e and Ann P a r t i s e , Marilyn Ander- from the poetry and fiction of be a! the conference io p a r t i c i p a t e c e r n e d is a p p r o v a l of tin bill
din ii
all lost a r t i c l e s on t h e student S l i n ' D o t t l e I ) ( , | l ( ' r - K a r > r | R m l a n c various literary periods. The rela- in discussion of the role of sorori- p l a n s a s they now sian.
tions between intensive analysis ties and fraternities on t h e n e wDippikill expansion won :
c o u n t e r W e d n e s d a y , D e c e m b e r R Barb Schuey, S o p h o m o r e s .
An open bouse for off-campus and critical exaluation will be in-canipu •>.
Articles m a y b e c l a i m e d from 9
m a t e d a n y longer; Sena:,
Monday . Tuesdays, Football May I m p r o v e T e a c h e r s be financially bound
a . m . to 1 p . m . F r o m 1-4 p . m . arti- men will be held Sunday from 3-5 vestigah d.
and T h u r s d a y s a t 1:00.
cles may b e p u r c h a s e d by a dona- p. m.
Several
Senators
want
steps
S e n a t e voted to appro
('am]
FN 198 Junior Honors in Eng- taken to institute a football t e a m B o a r d ' s building plans.
tion to C a m p u s Chest.
C o m m i t t e e c h a i r m e n for formal
G r a d u a t i o n C a p e r s will be t h edinner include Inge L i n s e n b a r t h , lish Open only to Nnglish Majors :il Stale
It w a s suggested thai
t h e m e for t h e sorority
conflict E n t e r t a i n m e n t , H a r r i e t Goldman, who have been admitted to (he
It w a s also suggested that a n y e x p a n s i o n plans be d.s,
p a r t y , a n n o u n c e s J u d y K a m i n s k y F a v o r s and Alice Hart, Decora p r o g r a m .
r u m o r s concerning t h e n e w c a m - the .Summit Conference
tions.
SicfparS:
'
Tomorrow evening at 7 p.m. each of the eight sorori
lies will climax rushing with their annual formal dinners
Each of these events will last until 11 p.m., and then a
[ silent period will last until pledge services begin at the
:
various sororities on Tuesday.
Kappa Delta
"KD Wonderland" is headed by Lil Skadberg fj2 a n d
Candy Dal Pan '63. Other committee chairmen includePrograms, Sandy Baron '63; Entertainment, Lenore Me
Cabe '64; Arrangements, Betsy Smith '64; Decorations
Anne Smith '62 and Cigarette Girls, Dee Mogavero and
Marie Zongrone, Juniors.
Psi Gamma
Psi Gamma's theme will be "Kingdom Beneath the
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Alpha P i Alpha
P r e s i d e n t , R a y Smith '62, announces that t h e fraternity will
hold a d a t e p a r t y at t h e F o r t OrCollege C a l e n d a r
T h e r e will be a m e e t i n g for Col- ange tonight at 8:30 p . m .
An open house will t a k e place
lege C a l e n d a r D e c e m b e r 8, 1 p.m.
in D r a p e r 201. One g r o u p m e m b e r on Sunday from 2 5 p . m .
from e a c h c a m p u s organization is
r e q u e s t e d to a t t e n d .
Oral I n t e r p r e t a t i o n
The Oral I n t e r p r e t a t i o n Evening
I ' O M I A C I!).,.'l 2-DOOR
Hardtop Automatic Transmission
will be held T h u r s d a y , D e c e m b e r
Straight H - Clean - 2 Tone
1-1, in D r a p e r 349 a t 8 p.m.
Sun .Shade - New Tires $11)0
Juniors
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F r i d a y , D e c e m b e r 8, Mr, Whitehead of Dieges a n d ('lust J e w e l r y
c o m p a n y will be in t h e peristyle
of lower D r a p e r from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. to take o r d e r s for class rings.
The price of t h e rings for girls is
1") Phila St.
$18 70 a n d for boys, $20.35, tax included. A deposit of $5.00 must be
SARATOGA SPRINGS
m a d e All .Juniors a r e requested
Presenting Folksinger
to o r d e r at this t u n e a n d also any
Seniors who failed to o r d e r their
rin.1-. last y e a r
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, Stall
r.i'tei' heads a r e : E n t e r t a i n m e n t ,
Senate:
v. Hymn '02; F a v o r s , Sheila Kp
sj.ii Til; Den,rations, Cindy I.e
| une Tili and Kay Byres 'til, a n d
Vwiii'.'emcnls. Dotty Myron 'til.
Phi Delta
1
liairman of "Phi Dell N o e l " is
li -II Mincar 'till Other c o m m i t
^-v.rw.
!'•••• include Pal Heauan 'li.'i, F n
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ii'i'jiiimi'iit; ('arole S h e r m a n Ti:'.
Senali up
Arrangements; Pain C a r t e r 'il.'i ,
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l-.li", en area bi'.Ji schools
.11 pari II ipale
D"i tor
I.m , SI .in
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l'i"li - " I ul I'ulllii al Science at
Albany
.stale
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-ueak
In
llie
SUB To Have
Annual Party,
B.B. Dance
Senate Solves New Bus Problem;
Reviews Correspondence Reports ;\T'"' ;::t '• "r;;"'Al"""'" ru';i,n-
How many of these 12 new
FOR SALE
I'm (! lisih :,(.'iit. on request
We .stop a n y w h e r e in t h e t) >S A
Dinners Climax Rushing,
Silent Period to Begin
F R I D A Y , D E C E M B E R 1, 1961
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rr-'-rams; Diane I.elunone
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"oenlal C a r d e n s " will be di
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dier eoininiiiees a r e K n l e r
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nn
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Pulnani and
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Ali
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The Student
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Hoard is,
s.eiii'ity C.iiiiu-il iieemne r e m a r k s ,pmiMjr.nq a b a s k e t b a l l d a n c e this
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b- Form, ,,| pohtn-s
is scheduled to b e - i n a t l e r " ' t h e
1."-- Dunn
Pre ul'-ni
\ a n e y Albany State versus Buffalo S t a l e
M'e.in Pari, iiiii'iitai bin: and Sha ba.skelball mime at lo p ni. and
i ' !n-ler se clary Ceneral w,|| u ; d last imijl |2 p, ,,, The ellair'• ' -•'''
m a n for Die d a n c e will be L o r n
I ,e i, .,:', ml,II .ilea Inch school Dan-lily '61,
i. pre-, ul one ,,! ibe ciuin
John Tyo's band will be m a k i n g
incs on lb,- t \ Se, nrily limn its I'LI'SI a p p e a r a n c e at the t'nain
ii,.\
u,o -m.'ce-l debate sixmsored event. Tins is Ibe band
"ie on ,.,i,,,ii
resiibiiinns, which h a s been piayin.: r e j u l a r l v
''••'• : l " ' I1"- '' l ! di, eoiiiury -n Ihc C a m e Room d u r i n g s e v e r a l
•ii ii'l'ii • ri ',. A eoinini' eveninus, | U s | week.
troii Mm l o i . i n ul Pi,lilies
T'OIIIL'II!'.s dance is (he first n j
t'1 •• ' " ' '" r, ,,l
u- and sub four such d a n c e s which will fo!
, J tin in :,• the limb schools low Stale In,me n a m e s
\ u ml.i,
o b -.boob and the
Children'!, P a r t y
'
""'> A l " ''. iire-enl a r e . n „ . Student Cnmn Board will
' ""',;' M ' , ! ' ' v
' 'J' M'-"is"r
,1s
annual ehildren's
v 1
' •' ' ' " " • "
' - ' ' ' National ('hrisiinas p u r t \ Irom 2 to -1 next
:
' " 'I'l-'-'-'i'l I I'l'.vt- i " Saturday afternoon
One h u n d r e d
^ ''
"nansbur;;, ) l f l > ,-j,,!,|,-,.„ | k . l u , . ( . u l ) l ( .
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lr
f
"
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" " " ' e e and ijnrteen
from St
''•'' ' ' " ' " ' • ' K l " ' ' l " l n ; f'ole.iiian's Home will be enter'•' ' ' ' : -" ' , ' h ! '
Mbany, lamed Alllnni-.'h lb s , b a CallwiUe
' " ' " " " ' ' 'liiadur
home, Ihe children a r e of all d e
, i , . inomination*
I ,u i n n stiuleiill.wniiiK
'he pari,,',
w.ll be held \,\
'- ' •• " v ' " i l l | : - : w l " " - U l 1 1 Ibe Brubaeln'1' and sororily w j
J
' :s I' " ' " ' men in ihe lower loiin.'e of Bru
!
u
• ' ' ' ' " ' '' '• • " " - ' ' H " oacher, by ihe M a l e s and P i e r c e
I"'" ' ' h | i ' ' ' l ' r ''"ruin w, men
in tJio
liiLdc room at
1
" ' "''•'"•- " " " I ' u r e e . and by the Able,, w o m e n
M:|i|
Mil •„ ,.\ ,„, iheir and Dm Waterbury m e n m tlieir
Iii
,,,!i- oi lb, \ " , ':, un edllca dining room
'I • -i' i" -"id 'b' II compare
An anonym,,,,- Santa Clams will
•b Dn -• boot i -b-m in their be present al eai Ii parly
!l
"Il"''I'li-e
FacuPy Student
Assoc a
l.m.PiM
-P'.ilo,
.11.-1 the ::,,„ w : | | provide me c r e a m a n d
, . .m
.
ini
11
H i m I'epIV eill
ale
S\ I
cookies
l o r r e l l e s h nielli s
\ > " l - a \ e K I'.MI Ih,,mas
l.atry S i m m o n s , Til, vice-chair
in.i Ki,,|.'o'.-ki
Pol.imi
\ l , - - lleb m a n of S i l l . , s |J U . e h a i r m a n ot
ub
Hilar
.lciu-,h"u
.Ionian, llie parly Assisting li ni a r e I'arol
ill,, \ l i - M, moid i <,nl.hr, India Pe \ T | „ '(ia a , u | Tom \ ' : a n e - e Ti'i
Miss lia
'The Student
Cnmn Board r e
.nut ! , i \ 'Slnb I „ii i li..,.,
w.i- lei, Uiri
llu Imloiiisia and ,pm-.!s lhat the sliuleiil s p a n s o i ^
\b
Sob Ih •!' IMII; South Korea, wear n a m e tags to (heir p a r t i e s
by
v
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, D E C E M B E R 8, 1961
PAGE 2
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, IHID.W, DECEMBER 8, 1%1
Ambassador Abroad
Senate
Services
Committee
In the summer of 1961 a State College Junior visited
a Danish family.
Her trip was financed through proceeds
of the State Fair.
Last year the college was unable to send
an ambassador abroad, but this year the program is again
Debate Team
Competes A t
U, of Vermont
available.
„.
As a new service to Stale College
students, State College News will
,,
We are sure that the seeming lack of interest is not report each week on the activities
because people do not consider the program valuable but
V n ^ T J S ^ Z ^ because many students have just not taken the time to
u n t0 t h e
f1?.00'- D J*
chairman
of the .Senate S e n ices
°
•'
K
fcrcp°:
think about the program and then to apply. We realize Committee, reports the following
plans of the committee
that many students must work in the summer and that
„
„. .
J
,
Sunday Study
others must attend summer school, but there must be
~,„..„ n
ei
i
i
, ,
,
Lounge
Plans for a Sunday study Lounge
, have
moie than five people who would somehow be able to spend
been
completed
and
."Me in my best blues . . . and those cocky college kids
thought I was a "Greyhound" bus driver:
the
Brubacher
P r i v a t c Dining Room m
r
Dean
Thornc,
Miss
Hastings
.
. ,,
,
Food Service, the committee has
m a d e provisions for the mamtcn
ance and rules of conduct for tin
.
tor of the ambassador program.
stu ,i v
Applying is not really difficult. Include in vour application (1) an estimate of your grade point average; (2)
reasons for wanting to represent State College abroad:
a(3)summary
of theyou
activities
you and
havewhy;
participated
the country
would in
likewhich
to visit
and (4)
while at State College. Then drop vour application
°
'
•
Anne Smith's student mail TODAY.
As typical college students, we arc all tc
too
apt
how
ruom
rules
(.on(|lK,t
o[
p t . r l a i n n ..
tn
ffemu
will l.nlinJe
hi proctor in
in There
the .study
-tudy :.iun_v hs: ;i is h iped
thi student- u.-iii. the I u r u r
,| u , proper rules of
mainlain
to com-
do I love t h e e ,
let
me
count
tin
years to come
I he -icond lectin'" ir the l'Jiil-
|;|
R
'. i,.,it ,,| ,)„. I1'1"'1' •>' " r a p e r \U'l Friday, DeIn-aina'ie and \i" - ''•niiieil")ia'an r | , , n l " ' ' ' s ; " ' I 1 " ' l ) r Matthew
The Distributive Education Club
uin-il ha- an
vmuccd dial (.hosts | ) v llenrik ) S a - u 1 1 ( ' r "' l h l '''ParMnent
of j s currently working on a housing
lb-en
-yi holocy a Syra'-use I'niversitv, development survey for the Cham'•. proitiieiion I•ill
lech n mi •• ] he Cerebral CorI'li.-a',!The
ber of C o m m e r c e . The m e m b e r s
•i, i 'in- ,hree
are interviewing people at their
, ,„ ,, M l , , „ , , , . v ,
ii',' - a !'i I, ni/.ed sne
•,
i •
• •
u ..
,,,,„„
J !1 ^
si%ilan|
, i , i i
i
residences and lncnurinK
about
ih • field o| • pmal re,., ; ,
|_ ,,,
•'"'
\mn'i
m e e l n n i s m s l ' u ' ' r bousing facilities, satisfaction
anil p-y i n
, • n ,
, l 1 l( : !l
.,"
' M r " ' , '; , ; , , ' ' . " „ '''.""' '' •'" "'
"' "- " " >"•" s l u i l i l ' d a n d l k ' s i r e f o r f l l l u r o l i v i n " q u a r
> ,, l ,(luv
|,1
l " " : " . ' !ui !l-.niilis
.. , ' ,
;"
"-".>"'. . . ' ' " I l ' : i ' T " | N ( '" 1 ' *™- This type of activity is pro
w . . . -i,mi tl'riib'ssMi
I'' '' and the I mv, r-i v ,,|
inois . ; i ,
r
,i
•.
i
•
, ,•
,
vided as a service for the city ol
U'
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e
I',
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D
m
.,,,, , , , , , , , ,,, . , , , , „ . , . ,
pi.-,.;
Albany. Sheril McCormick '02 is
.,•
c h a i r m a n of the survey project.
,
.'. i t . , 'i i n i - o n
L'"l
ll
I'l'
W a y llel
IS HOW , c | ' \ i n g
aI.:.Il.iliie In j " , .,.,1
-»•
ibe Inr,-ei..! ill the Phy sio|,mical
The information obtained from
Hue
I' - > 111 ,1. i L > l.ih,,rai,,r\ a' Syracuse ibis project will be used to find
out what Albany needs in housing
\b m ' e i e - t i d la, Its. and
' ' " ' • ' " ' ' mvited to attend
development and what they will be
able to support. Any m e m b e r s in
ll,, third lectin
I the series terested in participating in this
/. ll In pre-.ailed ••' i d ' h r u a r y 2. endeavor should contact Miss Mc
In lt.d| h l.a| p a.) eminent au- i.'ormack i m m e d i a t e l y .
'honiy ,-i, nui lear ' hy - n - will be
Field Trips
w,
The Distributive Education Club
had two field trips last week to the
'I'imes t'nion-Knickerbocker News
There was a morning and afterMr. C r a m e r of the
i j
r
I -r
'
noon tour.
p blic
/V\.
LU,
I rOinina
"
Relations D e p a r t m e n t con
"3
ducted the tour, and explained the
I'.'i-mii i ,1 lie..,' i,Her- a Master in many facets of a n e w s p a p e r . He
I.dm a'e,n pi'i.Tam to train candi- also introduced the s t u d e n t s to
m'' - to teaeh mobility restoration some of the p a p e r ' s columnists.
' ' tin- blind
Sixteen Ti ameeships
' s: s
aih are available to col
.
.
—^
.
Boston to Give
k,,,, A
- ""
thi patliy II. crm- . ' I lov.aiil c a u i olhel
th,,Man;, ,,|
-larled tin- feeling on Sir
will '•' r ' rc-uiv e
wlnm we ii[)pondasMi:en i
be ^ i ' " 1 - 1 " - t o - e U n r n.ore people, m o r e el.,-., i ,
n M
plain about the unsatisfactory state of United States for- !^."' r '"?.' ™*.* ".->» ' I l '." l a ^ '^V^l
™}Z .'
'"" lu> w , u " "'>
nmittee hopes that the '' :""~ 'then, on Tuesday, we saw Dial the m - i n
cooperate in " u ' f"r ''•eir clo.-e friends even ihoimh th,
eign relations. Only by taking an active interest in such <Iucil'n' hih|>
programs as this ('an we ourselves help to improve thc
situation.
Chanukah & Christmas
During tlie past week at least one of the dormitories
lias been honoring the Jewish celebration of Chanukah
i,,-.-ib|i wa\' to make the minli of their h e a r t - to different colors ai.d new ;
uiive a success
Ireslunen be in.: a- e|,,-e as you e \ e r w e r e and .'.,
m,,re
New Flags Purchased
I'hc administration ivcentK re
. W l ' >"" "•"* I""'!' 1 '/ h " " ^ h u r t ' l ) , ) " ' , " - | , , ! ' "
!a
ported to Service- ( ommittce' tha!
^ r , " ' n a n ' ' *""!'•"• I " " s a ( l m ' , s ' s '' ;i ', "' '- , , , ! : " '
in s'-r fbi - 'ire tu b • nurcrri-ed because w t ' know, thai emotions that a r e d e e p e.i
The-i' new flans -h mid arrive <:'Vv "'' ''iiiotmn bin most of all. love. The i.ppe.-, I,
•\ er\
-'udv
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,, .;1(
ni..,r
f;|t ,,.•,,
;,,,,[ die
liidpi'd
their
fellow
c I a s - n i a' e -
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ii,,i,.iii.i i
,V-!i
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Jewish students have participated in and contributed
, ,
an ha:i>
l
I »e
H|
W(. ((.|( s(j
„,a(| ,(j s(,(,
dianklul '.Wien a sorority
o|)u,rs
so | ] y p i i y
;ini)
president i x p r e - e d
[T^hl
po,,r
appearance
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the " : i l
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Msll r am
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Mr W Urn Al.en 'e.i, Lenny Lap
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to the celebrations for the Christian holidays of Christmas i.-:ed Richard-on pen-ivie area
and Easter. Since many State College students are Jewish. S %Z7-t T, ''!•' ^ ^
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS
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ni f. aeiiatinn "f tlie 'i aoeio ,huddm.:- :n ea-, of emergency will '" a "" t h l '-" Pre-ident and helped e r a d i c a t e air. i
protiabiy r,e p,,-•,•<! , n cla-- room- h r " - ' ' l L ' h " l n - ' ' " u p - of girls involved vers . h,-e .,
d i n n e r w a s hold
dlt i •• il -,' vvllleh ,- el
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',il!e ,• and St Paul's
u i , uter lor the Blind
will bi d i - ' d a v t d on dm Draper i a - V v ' h o s e "' .V,IU l ' b " will not h a v e the b e n e i r ,,
f|a ; „,:, a n , j I,, i>.j .,, j | a ] |
realize right now. we're -uiv. how much real l i u :
The need for an active f.re .-afe'v '•""• a n ' ' a ' ' , ' i ' all real friends a r e with you alway
Jewish women explained the significances of the ritual arr.mram
wa- di.-cu-ed w.ih the
candles were lit each day; and. on Wednesday evening a , l m , n i s t r a "" n ;md direetior
Chanukah
fre.-hmen
stu
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it is a wonderful feeling knowm. n
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take L o c a l
Services Committee and Senate :
Only
-ludy will be I.OVE . . .
h a vi lcl sct
ll individual
thc
^'lowing rule, tor
permitted P
the. 2 .new
S m oroom
k i n . is ;>e rmi.-.-ablo
' m " u ' ' K m " ' r l l ; ' " r ' " ' h c ' f " r t ' ""' '••''•'• '< ! ' '
(3i Xo fond of anv kind will b, a n d -" m l i r l M ' " ' l r l " " N ; i m l ' A r ' " • ' ' M "'• M " ' 1 ; '
allowed in the Studv Room.
everyone tha' we dedicate 'his column lo tIi«• Ir • :
i4i \\\ wntt(i) and unwnlten ' 'olleL.e; those we ha\ e already m a d e and lh<-e .\, all
in "awley Library will I
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D&ACouncil Dr.WaynerTo
To Present
tecfure Toda/
Go>4fUHA4l-£tcU&l
of
to continue his studies next fall is eligible to submit an Hawley Library and Mr. Corby of
application. Anne Smith *62, Minister of Culture, is direc-
Closed Circuit I'.V,
B e c a u s e P u y e Hall is bemc used
for S a t u r d a y ' s basketball
uame
with ( l e n e s e o , there will be
ber 17th two d e b a t e (-dosed circuit t v. sel up r, [';,.,,.
. p S s t f t ' f o r " the "University of a u d i t o r i u m
Vermont in Burlington for the an
T a x C a r d s lor Basketball
mm] Debate T o u r n a m e n t .
T|ie debaters were Bette J a n e
Since the basketball Haines a r i
oohus'63 Gus Spellman '63, B a r r y bein« held in thc Armors tin- vear
Jelinsky''65, John S t r i c k l a n d 'M, it is n e c e s s a r y for each ,tude,,t .„
Dotty Dellcr '64, Louise Muir '63, show Ins student tax card
•„„.
A) Si Claire '65, and J e r r i Sliver- will be slrietly e n l o n i-d' 1 •••!• :|i -,•is Thev were a c c o m p a n i e d who a r e n d Stale College -indenttoMrPr chard and Mr. H e w i t t , a d m i s s i o n to the , a „ „ . will he idtv
£ h of the Speech D e p a r t m e n t .
cents for students and SI lor ad ilL
debate was the
The topic for
national topic: Resolved: L a b o r
^
^
I'nions should be under the j u r i s T h e r e will be a Social ( alem'/ii
diction of anti-trust legislation. The m e e t i n g for the second -eine-tei
tournament had five r o u n d s .
today at 1 p i n in D r a p e r ^n|
a summer in Europe with expenses paid.
embeMo^from S V "nf"'' ***
Any student who is a Junior in the college and plans W o r k i n s in cooperation with
°
News Notes
PAGE 3
IBM Ol M S TO VI.I. ST I'UK NTS
Cull Line of C h a r m s
l a d i e s and Men's Jewelry
Diamonds, Watches and d i l l s I
STATE C 0 L L E G E NKVVS, FR.DAY, r , E C K M B E R 8, ,
STATE COLLEGE NEWS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1961
PAGE 4
IFC-ISC Plans
Winterlude
For Dec. 15
New York State Re
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The
961
PAGE 5
Apportionment Plan For Congressional Districts Viewed
Special Sessions Shown As Upstate Map New York City Loses 3 Seats; Republicans Gain One
Political Field Day For Rocky
Meatgrinder
T
The Observers
World Youth
Visit Helsinki
No
m
N > w
ork O
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lor
New YYork
f'it>
is the
the loealion
loealion for
the world's worst gerrymandering
The Bronx is considered » separate
u n i t a si s M ; l l l
" ' ' l l ; " i Island, hin
n a t D
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V^IICT
16 have populations of 349,850 and
352.0J4 respectively. These are two
of the three smallest districts in
CafTl S t r a t t O n
the state
l
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•w , §
n i e h i n o t i d , (queens a n d l i r o o k l y n
The
Democratic
districts all
I I H_
17L l i U I L l CIUI.
Seventeen upstate districts h a v e a r e considered by the leeidaturr'
around
around these
these two Republican disSeventeen u|..".
been
en treated from what h a d been a s one unil lirooklyn has fivi
tricts have slightly higher populaIj'districts. These wil.
'" be. .eonsid-whole districts and shares a dis
th has 454,285;
V
•red
from the highest, 41, to the triel each with Queens and Rich
S r /
1 -xjttwrri &•>& V'V Vp'\
• the twelfth h a s 469.908;
4(
and the
ere
K
number, 25.
moi.d.
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> ' :3- / >/'•>n .y..
has -.65,889.
465
' i"\ V-,.;
V '< ' •.' ' "fourteenth
. " l e . n u . im.s
The fourr
<
ids 39, 40, and 41 a r e in We will start weh the llronx As
fourteenth has -165,889.
T - - ^ '•-' •^ » /'•/fL?*V"^—Ll
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465,
nd Niagara counties. Des-yoii c a n si e d i - t r i e l .
ind :M
line a
, <
J~ v .*Four Districts For Queens
trict 41 w a s e n h t i v c r a t h e r . ' r a n e ^|,;ip<s Ninn
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' ' u ' f " u r t ' i s l r ' t ' l s i n t l l i s rapidly
larged to a b o u t l i e r 2\ is that ul Republican Caul
V•
*'v.'/*/,'fSEtiUf.
growing
county have been reshuifour times its Heo-e'.-no This d i s l r c l h a s the small
t,f
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erage populations. As in Westchesorder to s t r e n g t h - ' h e state
ter, this is unfortunate because
en the districts ol j f ,, ,, ) l a , , . „.„ ,,, ,,,,,,,,(| | ; (|
the area is largely suburban and
.Miller and Pillion.„,,., v „ , „ , ,.,, , . „ „ , , ,,,„ n | ] | | i | | ( . r
, is growing in population. When it
linth
Republican:. ,| M( |, ,, , f ,i, ,,.„., -,, , „, ,,,
'||, '. ei.tei nib d i s i r i e l e knew n | [io**!l£rv C0N6RES
CONGR6SSiONAL|
! j s next time to reapportion the
have been facing ,V||(.M | .,.,, ,,, ., h,,,,,,,,.,, Nfl,,,,,,.,. ; ,. ,
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congressional districts, it will be
j
'.Ik s l e e k i n g d i s t r i c t be1!l
declining
pulrali, ) 1 ( . ( i n , tl( , U „m, i, h„ , f ,{ „) | „| r („) „| ( iii.-iui.
, H l n r | i,
"' At that time- there is no
tell... n,,.,,,
' h e lilllliber of s t o c k i n g s i one
• blocK
hloe'K wide
wide corridor
i i n i i u w i in
i n disui.i
-—
in now
ties. I'illon's dis- — jt h a s more than one half the lhai '.ver- once manufactured " " ' 11 Aeain this is shown on a . many
, -people
- - will be living
in.!, number .'!!). resemble
'i t o t a l n i i i n b e r o | e n r o l l e d Id pub
Meii T.idav it js the uiih Kopub n " d ' reproduced from the New in the suburban counties.
photo of a chicken embryo
c a n s of t h e c o i i n i v
loan di -tret on the Island of Man v " r k ''hues. The corridor was ereDistrict six as shown on the m a p
hatiati II has b,,-., eleetm- John :'11''1 •"' t l l a l a Hepuhlican could 1 " " k s a little like a clam with the
To Get Kid Of Stratton
V I indsav.
be elected ireiii district 15 Dis- two halves of its shell spread apart
All the changes in districts 29
I ino's district in the [ rl , rl "'.,'; '" l w " I ) a r l s '' s shown in order to bite district eight. In
through 38 were affected by t h e
below T l
ilsu to be a 1((.. tllis county the Republican district
l!l'n||\
t i l l - lone
Repilb'll all ill
elimination of Sam Stratton's seat
publican
district
Districts la and l s l n he n u m b e r six
' I ' l l 1 a l - ' . h a | i . ' . l i ' pi •.pie
The process involved is long a n d
all it- M , : h b . , i ' - The f,.. nf,
triplicated.
y
the lo'ir d i - l r i e l a n - ;.'l ; ;n .|.;!i
First Stratton - home eountv ol
I'lit am! It.'i.lT.'i fur the 'bree I i c n i
vki-ticclady was placed into the
L
i,i rats a i d .si 1 :,jn fur the :,,:
le'r.rl n| Leo O'lJrien, who like
1 ibb' ai.
•"•"•V K a lieinoi rat
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"Winterlude," sponsored by In
B> ANNE Dl'GAN
tor Fraternity Council ami Inter
Sorority Council, t h e C r o o k ' s an- A s Wl , a u | < n o w , vacations a r c free tune" Do your Christmas
By J O E GALU
nual formal party whoso purpose l i m , r | 0 „ s o n o u s „ , so 1 took the shopping earlv; hero are some
is to provide a major sooial event liberty of taking an extra week off helpful hints on how to accomplish
This article will discuss t h e sev- and the boys made their polin ln„
for the entire student body, will be f r o i n l n v ••creative" duties uhov I n , , ,\-r
eral facets of the new reapportion- a bill without consult,,,.' half tlj
held Friday, December IS from 10 „,,„•, | t , t , n o ; v l v House Howls
ment law concerning congressional people t h e national
•oernment
p m to 2 a m
,,,.,,„ I h ] s W eek:^ Now that it's Mothers generally .cne you lists. districts
Before
the districts consulted. Then the ., ,,-|,|\ j ,'
Judy Kaminsky and .lack l e w i s , thinking tune again, what better The> want all kinds of goodies, but themselves a r e viewed, it is most ing fallout e x p e r t . If,.,,,
am, J "
Seniors, a r e eo c h a i r m e n of the thing can one put his mind to than "> v e r y distressing to pick out reasonable that the conditions un- boys, turned their hi,: ,,,,,,
\. ,
event, each sorority and fraternity our next vacation? Do you all want things like flannel nightgowns and der which they were created be with less than three h ., , ,| .| M,
( )a[(
has assisted with the plans am) a Christmas vacation with lots oi Chinese knicknacks Our taste in examined
What created f i n e r . . i , •, t,,nd|.
program
sloepwear :> rather thwarted by
Constitution Quoted
lions with regard to ' . , , , ' , . , , „ , '
Joe Oppodisano and his Manhat
beer ".tugs to ar.v knicknacks so The state constitution in article merit on November :i. :,., ,i a , af(
tans will pro\ :de the music for the
IV, section three, states: " l i e (thethe New York ( i>v n a'.-.ralt'v elee
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v e "est ear : w it: arty w a\
forma! dance, which will be hold
governor' shall have the power to lion when no emor.'e;,. • , M«1(.,j „n
at Crooked 1 ako
We ai: sl-.ou'..: know that you convene the legislature, o r the sen- N o v e m b e r sixth ur :.•"
B> P. Pelti.
Bids, which will cos: ?:; iv. will
ear.: :\.\ father- anything. They ate only on extraordinary occa- G e r r y m a n d e r Begets fierrvmander
be sold first to sorontv and fra
.1. Slriciland. V Crystal
don't want a::> thing " B I T
if sions At extraordinary sessions no
Heapportionment :- ., , ,,.],.,
ternttv m e m b e r s Towards the end Th.s week the observers take e a r \ .. don't e.-.e them anything, they subject shall be acted upon, ex- task, a s you ear: . I T I, . ' „,|.;ln ,,
of the week t h e \ will be put on pons in gruK\\ little :'•*:> att.-i leek bccvv.i •» e r> hurt Solution: gti\o cept such as the governor m a y rec- the m a p of New V-e- . ,.., y,,,'
sab- in Lower Hosted so that in oesperate.) tor cigarettes - i i . e the—. s.--.e:h.r.g te eat If the> '•mir.end fur consideration."
the m a t t e r u a - J j j. l. j. . ; r ,,. ,.
dependents may p u r c h a s e then'
he tales; ae. lite :*. has lis.' r.;r, ,'..: e. " M' .* s — t" '"e " \ :r fatn Ir, article III. section fourteen. r e p r e s e n t a t i v e . >,f ,, ..,,-., ,',
\\ h ;',e w e u i re -.:: ::; .:: the '> w.'.: :a's.' .:
'he constitution includes a provi- the people T h e :;:: o, ; , . .,,'. '
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von statin, that the state senators the Senate wer
and assemblymen must have ac- M I'SO.:,!!* \ , , t e . W h l l i " • • ] . r •'..
We
i ss to all bills at least throe days of r . D e m o c r a t , r. ..•;•., : . i>':;'i|
' i f re ".. :r final pa>-aje
This V o t e - I I I t h e \ . . , •• • - ; j ; . .. . '.
appl.t - ' • ah can 1 .- except when i a n s h a d :; 117 :••
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STATE C O L L E G E NEWS, FRIDAY, D E C E M B E R 8, 1901
PAGE 6
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, D E C E M B E R 8, 1961
Frosh Cagers Cop Season; Potter Trounces
Wins Promise Fair Openers Mens 91 - 43
State's Frosh basketball team got its 1961-62 campaign off on a happy note last week, edging Hartwick In Gage Contest
I
55-53, and then trouncing Oneonta 59-44. The Peds are
slated to play their first home game of the season 6:30
tonight at the Washington Armory in a return match
with Hartwick.
Touching Ail
Bases
By DAVE J»NKS
The A.MIA basketball program
got into full swing with teams seeing action in all three leagues.
In the only league one contest
Potter I trounced Waterhury I,
91-13. The Potter quintet pulled
away early in the first half and
steadily
increased
their 1 e a d
throughout the g a m e . Don Cohen
amassed 30 points to lead the Pot
ter iinslaughl He was helped by
Ed Broomfield who contributed 19
markers.
IIEEELLLP ! !
What's this we hear? A cry from sonic no
man caught in the n o o n t i m e Milne rush to the
a whimpering from some registering stuclenl wl <
State has a well-balanced ball club, with plenty of
looked at the list of closed sections or his nexi
height up front where it counts, and a good reliable back
schedule, or a cry of a n g u i s h from someone
court. The starting five for the Purple & Gold are Dick
checked his assignment book (Okay! I don't n - (,
Crosset, Danny Zee, Leo Fitzsimmons, Kirk Ellis, and
but some nuts do) to see w h a t subjects he mi
Morty Epmir. According to Coach Murt Sutherland, "We
"little" catching up in? N u p ! ! It's our (h-ii'irai,
should do a little better than .500 this season. We have
loved and unheeded basketball coach who ha. m ' s |
good height and rebounding, fair
at the State College Calendar. Ah, there h,> ,'.',.
shooting and a v e r a g e speed, but \ki A A n
/•
poor defense and ball h a n d l i n g . " WAA
bOWling
he has been looking for: Friday - Varsity liaskel
Waterhury was unable to (levelP.M.
- Buffalo at Armory: cleverly sandwiched bid*v
opt- any kind of offense until late
P o d s E d g e Hartwick
Q cen
in the second half when Kd VVol- IFG flicker, and a fraternity formal rush part-,
S t a t e ' s debut with Hartwick last
iter started connecting from the so we don't have a n y b o d y a t our h o m e opener «
F r i d a y was a real cliff-hanger, as
By N a n c y Schogoleff
corner, Wulner lead the scoring for drawing a big crowd for t h e S a t u r d a y nighl •• mil
H:
C r o s s e t t ' s t r e m e n d o u s last-minute
Men's with 12 points.
tired, worried eyes switch to the S a t u r d a y night schi
Volleyball: Next week's revised
shooting g a v e the Frosh the win.
In a league two match Potter dule, and we catch his c o m m e n t
(the prinlabie om
With two and a half m i n u t e s re- volleyball schedule is as follows:
II over-came a 27-17 half time de- "YooowwmmM" Only another IFG Academy Award Wim a i n i n g . H a r t w i c k led 51-45. but
T u e s d a y , Dec. 12: t e a m s 3 and 5 ficit and managed to nose out the
ning Film, eight sorority formal dinners, and an St'B tn
S t a t e ' s lanky 6,3" c e n t e r c h a n g e d at 7:30; t e a m s 4 and 6 at 8:10.
Wilson Wildcats, 44-37
things in a h u r r y , d u m p i n g in t h r e e
trimming party. If you see someone h a n g i n g from tha
T h u r s d a y , Dec. 14: teams 14 and
In other league two games, beautiful tree in the middle of dorm field, if
field goals and a foul shot. F p m i r 16 at 7:30; t e a m s 13 and 15 at 8:10.
probabl
APA II knocked off the .Judges 31then put the clincher on, hitting on
our
defeated
coach.
It's
hard
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n
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g
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to
prod.,
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a (par:
P l e a s e r e m e m b e r girls, one for- 21 and Wat.rlmry II bowed to SLS
a j u m p shot and a free throw.
that will attract the students of our dear college w'lthoi;
feit and you a r c out of the league 51-39
In the Oneonta g a m e last Tueshaving to buck half a dozen other events even night c
Bowling: Girls, bowling officially
Actum in league three saw the
d a y C r o s s e d and Zee with 29 points s t a r t s this week. Just a few tips
a
basketball game. We realize that n o t everyone is in
and 29 r e b o u n d s between them on rules: each team must start Athetics whip K IS III 36-32,
terested in sports and that other activities are natural]'
and
the
Sleeper's
devastate
the
p a c e d the F r o s h to victory.
Fitz- and end with a minimum of 3 team
s i m m o n s also played good defense, m e m b e r s and more than 1 forfeit Waterhury III club by 69-13 score going to be, but since the basketball .schedule wag .set u:
These were the initial outings for before the rest of the events, some consideraii,.,n <ho'.ii(
as the P e d s led all the way.
m e a n s r e m o v a l from the league.
'he league three squads
be .shown — at least for the h o m e opener.
Starts This Week
Pottermen Still Hold
Slight Bowling Lead
The
second
Poller,
SLS
b .ry 2
('.iM-muters
p l a c e «i:i!y 1
--wept f.eir
Wa-i : : Su:\\ 1
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Post Wins
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Tarry/on
What about a BOOK
for CHRISTMAS
The first half w a s a shooting
enntest between OppedisariiO and
I'eih Dilhnan of the Hawks with
the I'eds taking a 3-1-25 halftime
edge The ' • h o l i n g and defense
were quite shoddy for both t e a m s
l.,i-' M !, lie. ni'.'hl mi the C.iluin :it ' l n i ' s
lea a!lev> Ail,air. S t a l e ' s v a r , i : \
Albany, alter returning to the
l e i u i i i i g ' - q n a d gamed a two p.mi': r " " n - appeared to be walking
.,,1,1 U | , | ! | , | , |
mi'iij wiih the g a m e . In one
, streleh the team ran off nine
Ihe lirM g a m e was nip and tuek s l r a i h , | ) a > k c , , . ^ . .
{[u,
pedg
;JI
" " ' , u " ^ , I ' I '' A ", ' " "'I' ' , , , l l h a (52-38 lead. With 8:20 to go in
r!
, . " " r l>''M'-ie I'aul l i e a u d m , 21a , h ( , , , ; l | m , ( .., M , V f ( i u | ( , d o u , a n ( ]
e l l i r l , Kl'l , -tning fnnsli g ; e v N ( , w ,,.,„.,, > , . i r u , ( 1 ., f u l , ( , o u r t
!, ,|n a
"
'h:r!> ' " ' '-'""'^
pn.ss
The press bothered our
" " ; - , ' " , ! " 1 - ; i m < ' > a w , l " ' , , ' ; ' : " lean, as evidenced by the fact
li 1, 1<
'" ' 'P •' M'\ere e a s e <i| s|>htits | | ) a ; N i w | , , l h / ,,.,„ ( ) f f fl s ( r j n , , Q [
\ ; s a l > " l"-ohabl> Led die reem-d (i | , , , , k , . , s u i v j n j , A | b a n y a 6 3 . 5 5
' ' h !l ''*' opened Ihe '-Mine ^ '!i | ( . a ( | U | , h •;.„., , . , , m ; u l u n e
Qppei-'H' e<ii,M-eut:\e - p i n - , e u i i i e r l . n g ,| l s ; i n , p s ; i u . , | ,|ie day however.
ler .me |',ii: he m a n a g e d in re iippendisano i23l led the s c o r e r s
c . \ e r with a ITU highest for ihe w „ | , ( ' i l s l , y ,!,-,, u m | Del.uea (13)
-ee,,r,d •. a m e
Fred I.el.iMn. lidl | , | ; i s i n , , , ; , 1IK | | ) a | | Andy Cibulsky
Itran.ek and Ken S e h r a d e r I k e
[,|M, played a steady flour g a m e
u -,• I,ad Mi. .r - h a r e <>| he li'uiili l n ,| u , M . r , m d half. The Hawks
h-v.ine e,,n\ei-s:,ins All i i ' e ' h r, were led by Dillman (lHi and
Ihe I. .en had ,i P.ml nl In spliu Is, |l,-i , Hi,
The 'h.i'd
nine w a s a virtual
The team
rolls on with two
•g.l'l
Kl'l fell a p a r t completely games this weekend The h o o p e r s
while S a l e p u k i d up sinne eni no el a tough Buffalo State squad
eial puis a! eli enabled them in mi l'Tnl,i\ al I lie Armory and
e.ip l.i1 a I | Ms
(I eiie sen i HI S.i tu nl a.\ ill I'age I lull
TKAVKL ()M:KSI;AS
$}{.!
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I'lHiSi'iiiier
Tt'ipho•-
Curl Soitnsfii, Mi;r
RPI 2-2 Monday
'Tcreyton's Dual Filter in duos partes dtv.sa est!'
I latrrnity Jewelry
Sti in- H.iig:Gil t.-- Favui's
r\ 1'rngi.iti Pins, Ke\ s
State Keglers Tie
at the
State College
•>
Hi S | . S
Ih.U. .1 A
' i In,,
St,it Miu
Club
lest
COACH GARCIA. I.\ \\h
I HI U
technique on l.uikv i'.' i "\olunlei
Christmas Cards
Wrapping Paper
Ribbon
Seals & Tags
L
:
i • KH
Si
.iircly missed in the early m a t c h
cs for he probably will not be
able tn wrestle
before
next
-emester
I.u kily this is the only injury
iial
- beset our t e a m in p r e
-c. oi, activity.
The
following,
.eh be representing State in the
natch this weekend ( w e i g h t s m
parenthesise
Kay
Bouchard
115 Jay Kat/.el (137), Art Brundlc
(117),
.luihn
Woytoiwich
157
John Bennett (1(17), T o m
Kills i 17"), Howard Blum ( till i,
ami Richard Board ( u n l i m i t e d I.
rhis starling team consists of 3
Niger.- 3 juniors and 1 sophmere
liv CAHY SMITH
All) ; i n'; State gut off 01 its new basketball season last week as the Peds
iiz Hawks and the Oneonta Red Dragons. The
d VI r t o lies ove r the New Pal
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„1- Ci~,,~,.o
r, >s r l t V. O 1 Q t"l"PV
at Albany
for
coach1 - T-vi
Dick
Sauers and
the latter
ibers
100
and
10
l i e s l nar ked nun
for
last
year's
loss
at
the
Oneonta
Armory.
)e
sweet
revenge
:'lainly
I
mist eel
T i n •sdi iv'.s fil-ii 0 Albany victory at O n e o n t a was a tooth-and-nailer all the way
neve r n inre tha n seven points separating the two teams. Albany broke in front
Jim Op pedisaiii i hilling on a jumper, but before Jim could hit for the next two
s tin I (Is lour. d themselves Hailing 7-2. " O p p " took care of this, however, as he
i<l In tit' shuts in a row to put the Staters ahead 16-13. The lead seesawed back and
llll' t In reinaiiK ler o| the half with O n e o n t a on the long end of a 30-28 count at
halftime.
Coach Sauers' words of "stick to the offense" at halftime apparently had an effect on the squad because they
came out for the second half and led by the shooting of
Way Weeks ran up a 46-40 lead. The load was short lived,
h'
however, as the Dragons, aided by the fouling out of Jim
Greene and Rog Casey, came back strong. A layup and
foul shot bv Joe Mars, who was high man for Oneonta
with 18, put the Dragons ahead 48-46. With less than 1:30
to go in the game Bill Carmello retaliated by m a k i n g two
Inn! shots. Oneonta retained possession trying for the last
shot ol the game but it fell short and the game was forced
into the first overtime of the season.
A basket by Joe Heissan of Oneonta a n d a foul shot
bv O p p c d i s a n o ' left State one point behind. Then with
f:33 left in the overtime John Wallace was fouled. The
(1 1 eo-eaptain si rolled to the line and put the Purple and
Gold in front to slay. The ball changed h a n d s several times
but a charging foul on Nate Romano sealed O n e o n t a ' s
|(M d e m o n s t r a t e s «restlillt
doom with onlv five seconds to play. Oppcdisano was high
for the Peds with 19 while Weeks and Wallace had 8 each.
For the Dragons, Mars had 19 and Roger Hover had 9
while Laddie Decker was held to 5 points by the t i g h t Ped
defense. The curtain raiser at New Paltz was more than
the team had bargained for. A tough and scrappy Hawk
squad made the g a m e closer than expected
asson
I., a : ;e ,::,:' : •:,W
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Coach Sauers Registers Victories 100&101
As State Five Trounce New Paltz 77 - 5 0
And Edge Oneonta in Overtime 61-50
This coming Saturday, Albany State will open its l!)fil1962 Varsity Wrestling season with a match against O u t
; land State. This will be the third year of this rivalry atul
so far our teams have not been able to come tip with a vic- pie
tory. We finished second to their team last year in an vie
.v i I
interstate tournament.
"Old Man Injury" has already afflicted our team.
Clem Crow fractured his right foot over the Thanksgiving
holiday while doing some roadwork, He has been a consis- wit
tent point-getter. Clem has never been defeated in dual poi
match competition and has won several championships c a t
such as the Conference Title in his weight class lie will be fin-
g a m e be!.
po.n'.s i"r
a.-. 1 \\ .,'
el1. 2 2 'A :.
Team
: Potter
2 i I'II'I.H:
By NICK ROBOLETTO
Hallmark
Param
ur
g a n e s ..ff he p a c e ' A "fa-' '.m
p p . s . n g T X d -qua 1
k three
point s from a d. •.-.•••> > r.' ::.: KM
•earn
I'ov
I'.i '.'
an 1 .las < H
she.n l.d die T.\<>s ::i '.heir \ . c
'..r>. w.'h Pel'/ !: " ::g 12s**; "x•: and
i »l>he;n 2JI7 552 < i : h , i ti.gh - c o r e w e r e hit b\ Ken 1> e mar,
w ho
h ! a 2ui and I)-:: !•'. ar wlw hi'
a 515 Car;. M v .,1- . broke !h.
.Sin m a r k w h a .Vi;
3> W a v r ' r i r ; .
Clem Crow Injures Ankle,
Out For Most of Season
Hi.- .. • ar'.s squad h a s showed
.in' determination. In our pre•'•a-.n - c r i m m a g e s
they
haw
'ecu - p a d d y i m p r o v i n g .
P o t t e r m a i n t a i n e d i!s h >hl on
first p l a c e in [Jie S c r a t c h L e a g u e
a s they downed Madison 4-0. It
w a s a tough m a t c h for the men of
P o t t e r as a f:giving Madison t e a m
refused to buckle u n d e r p r e s s u r e
In the last two g a m e s P o t t e r h a d
to c o m e from as much as 5 m a r k s
down to win
Led by Al S a b o ' s
221 M'I'J and Carl H e r m a n ' s 2o|)
554 the club m a n a g e d to sweep
all four point<
S a b o ' s fine triple
put him in firs: place a v e r a g e
wise with a 172
Commuters, T\()
State Courtmen Open Season With Double Victory!
Matmen To Begin Campaign At Cortland Tomorrow
(I (liters
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m
Dnriiiii
ll nilrrssi's
on
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, I HI- D e t a i l - S e n d
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Lansiiiu liilormatioii Service
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*
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1961
PAGE 8
r
News Notes
Science S p e a k e r
Dr. Rachel E. Brown, of the
Division of L a b o r a t o r y and Res e a r c h , New York S t a t e D e p a r t ment of Health, will speak on " W a r
Among the M i c r o b e s " , on T h u r s day evening at 7:45 p . m . in the
P r i v a t e Dining Room of B r u b a c h e r
Hall.
Her talk will be sponsored jointly by Student Affiliate A . C S . and
the Biology Club.
Refreshments
will be served. All interested students are invited.
Canterbury
Mr. Russell Field, organist and
c h o i r m a s t e r of St. A n d r e w's
Church, Albany, will speak on
" M u s i c and the L i t u r g y " at the
Sunday evening meeting at 6:00
p . m . in St. A n d r e w ' s parish hall.
Mr. Field h a s held his present
post for the past thirteen y e a r s .
A native of Guelph, Ontario, he
h a s witnessed the publication of
several of his s a c r e d choral numb e r s , one of which, a C h r i s t m a s
motet, h a s achieved r a t h e r wide
acceptance.
In addition he lias
conducted a class in church music
in St. A n d r e w ' s School of Religion.
All interested p e r s o n s are invited
to attend.
Presbyterians
The P r e s b y t e r i a n Student Group
will h e a r a discussion entitled
"How Not to R e a d the Bible," led
by the R e v e r e n d Laski Sunday
evening. Vespers will be held at
6 p . m . followed by supper and the
discussion. All s t u d e n t s are welcome to attend.
Hillel
Hillel will hold its annual Chanukah P a r t y and D a n c e this Sunday
at 5 p.m. at Oddfellow's T e m p l e ,
281A Washington Avenue. The affair is open to all. T h e r e will be
no admission c h a r g e .
Music will be provided by the
R h y t h m Kings until 10 p.m. A
Lotke dinner is planned.
Oral Interp Plans
M l \ ColllVlS
Evening Dec. 14
Visits Primer
The Oral I n t e r p r e t a t i o n Class
will hold an Oral Interpretation
E v e n i n g on T h u r s d a y , D e c e m b e r
14, at 8 p.m. in D r a p e r 349.
The t h e m e for the p r o g r a m will
be " W i n t e r . " This will include
selections about the winter season
and C h r i s t m a s .
The e v e n i n g ' s p r o g r a m is being
planned and presented by several
m e m b e r s of the Oral Interpretation class, Speech (52, instructed by
Mr. Wilkie.
Students are reminded that
C o m p a r a t i v e L i t e r a t u r e 10: An
Introduction to the Literature
of India, is to be offered during the spring s e m e s t e r , 1962.
The course will be given in
D-200, Monday, Wednesday and
T h u r s d a y at 9 a.m.
The background of Indian
culture will be presented in
order to give a d e e p e r insight
into the s t r e a m of literary creative in India. This course will
be a p r e r e q u i s i t e for other
courses on Indian literature
which will be given next year.
Mr. Rao, who gives the
course, m a k e s use of document a r y films obtained from the
Indian consulate.
By Andy Neiderman and Bob Baker
All the literary novitiate a r e
invited to participate in the Primer
meeting, Tuesday, D e c e m b e r 12,
8:00 p.m., 371 Hamilton Street
(below L a r k ) . Mr. Arthur Collins
will discuss and catechize Primer
poetry, past - present - future. Mr.
Collins will read from an article
which he contributed to the Penguin an attempt in 1957 to supplant the P r i m e r .
There will be two issues of the
P r i m e r this year.
The deadline
for the manuscripts submitted for
the first issue is J a n u a r y 10th.
The object of these informal faculty talks is to acquaint the student body with the organization.
We feel there are too many students who do not know what trie
P r i m e r is, or even that there is a
literary magazine on c a m p u s .
The major problem the P r i m e r
faces is how to put out two issues
with a one issue budget. Almost
all the other State Universities
put out quarterlies. Oneonta, an
obscure mountain school has two
grand alloted. We are alloted
about half that sum and our
school's enrollment doubles Oneo n t a ' s . Refreshments will be served
at the expense of the editors.
cJtOtlAe
JtOUUi
Psi G a m m a
President Lucille Monaco announces that Mary Jo Sollecito and
D i a n e Stevenson, S o p h o m o r e s ,
have been selected as pledge captains.
iqgg
Sigma Alpha
Sigma Phi Sigma
Acting Presidenl I >"iina I';
Tonight Sigma Phi Sigma will go has announced thai i ami (Jin,
to KPI for a caaual get-together, '(i.'l is the new W'AA i. prcil'll!;,
„ , ,. , ,
replacing Pat M a d ) , , • • I I i;t
President D o n s Edclstein h a s announced that Beth Rector and Elise
E n g e l h a r d l , Sophomores, a r e in
charge of Pledge Supper. Flections
were held and Tish Rich '64 w a s
elected Marshal.
Kappa Beta
P r e s i d e n t Hun I'M ;.
thai William Cotton. I
and Joel DrapoKki
h a v e been initiated
PRESENTS
The Gay, Tune-Filled
Musical . . .
R o d g e r s ' and H a r t ' s
IFG
PRFSI.MS
THE LAST TEN DAYS
Starring:
Frank Sinatra - Rita Hay worth
Kim Novak
ten das • nl II.'Vr
Starrui'.'
O s c a r W e r n e r and \llmi ,sk• ,.:.,
G e r m a n Dial" ue
with
English Su 1 J'. '• •
I)-349 7:00 and 9:15 Only
D-349 7:00 and 111.) Onh
PAL JOEY
FRIDAY
NIGHT
The last
SATURDAY NK.III
8 P.M.
- r' V -V
Winterlude is to take place Friday. December 15. It
will be held at the Crooked Lake Lodge, from 10 p.m. to
2am Joe Oppedisano and his Manhattans will furnish ^
and
lhe " music for the dance.
Winterlude is jointly sponsored by the Inler-soronty
Council and the Inter-fraternity Council Various duties
we« assigned to the Greeks. Kappa Deta was given the Jc
S^^lowl'rsforlhem'siMma
l>hj Sigma was put in c h a r g e ol
the.jetting die nb aa nn ini ee rr ss from
from
tin
tireeks. and aall of the ( J r c e k s w e r e
soil and c o l l e d the
assigned to
bids The c h a i r m e n of the various
romniillecs are J a n e S / u r e k , bids
and p r o g r a m s ; Millie F l e t c h e r ,
. ,,
, . .,
chapennes and flowers; J u d y Kammsky. b a n n e r s ; and Lynn Costello,
financial a r r a n g e m e n t s
In- i h a p e r o n e s for the formal
w.ll i.e Mr. l-'redric \ Misner, I)r
and Mrs J a m e s ('. .Mancuso, Dr.
and Mis Eugene II. .McLaren, and
Mr. Douglas A. Penfield.
.
Directions T o Lodge
The directions to get to the
crooked Lake Lodge a r e as follows.
Co down Madison A v e n u e to the
Dunn Memorial B r i d g e , t a k e a
right turn and go a c r o s s the b r i d g e ,
cuntinue on the b r i d g e r a m p until
vou reach a traffic light, turn left
at the light and go on Route -1
until vou r e a c h the s e c o n d light.
where vou t a k e a right t u r n onto
Route 43. Crooked L a k e Lodge is
on Kmile 43 shortly after the mergmg of Routes 43 and 66.
CAFFE LENA
45 Phila St.
SARATOGA SPRINGS
Presenting Folksinger
Jean Redpath
This Thursday, Friday and
Saturday Evening
and
I . I V I : .JAZZ S I N D A V
KVKMNGS
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what's upfrontthat counts
.
Up front iSiFILTER-BLEND.and only Winston has it'
Kich, golden tobaccos specially selected and specially
processed for full flavor in filter smokmi
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Hob Ste.idiaiir
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t h a t Ih.s M.
g e a rD' sn eSctlaot re, Col
Lege Revue will be Cole P o r t e r ' s
a w a r d w i n n e r , .Miss Me, Kate. H
will be p r e s e n t e d April 12, 13 and
Id. T r y o u i s will be held d u r i n g If"'
first w<'ek of second s e i n e s l e r
h;m(1
T(l(,
is WuCUury Hafi.
«
with C h r i s t m a s selections and lolk
m a t e r i a l presented bv tin- ciillege
chorus .wll pre
r„||owing
pnejram
.-Tun l i e s . " " R i s e I'p Shepherd
p 0 n t . r , " "Lullaby on ( hn.-.i
A„.
p , , . •• and ••Adoration nl Hi
m a s
^.lUj
Chorus Selections
The Collegiale Singers will Miig,
aml
••lloria,"
"The
Crown,"
•Although Vou Arc So Tin;
" ( H u n to Cod
Accompanist >. to the
iniMral
groups w ill be Mary belle Black
burn. Joyce Lewis and
Katln
S(,n,
^ . ^ ^ g t u d p n t C h r i s l i a n Association is sponsoring its tenth annual
'
Thislul-cnllege event will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. in Page\AuditNineteen groups of State College students, from resident halls, group, fiaternity.
sorority houses ^ W ^ ™ *
d s o n g „ T n e j u d g e s will select the top
E; hfcim M
M. on
t h p h . ^ . ^ s o n g , A se cond judging will detenntae
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t n i r d p l u c c w fnnors. The group placing first will be awarded a tro1..
suemi anc
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T h e c u r r e n t h o l d e i o f the
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tin>n> .1 Salantino. As-isiam I'I
frssnr . > i Mu.sic r. spri lis • l\
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C h r i s t m a s r a n d s and seasonal
. ( l | ( , ( . , l u n s h v , h ( , w „ , n c n \ Chorus
^ | ( | )h(
, ' , , , 1 , . , , , . , , , . s i m v r > will
! . ,. , . .,
n,,.,highlight
the pro; rani
together
p.ay.
The theme of the rush p a r t y is
French B o h e m i a n , and couples at
lending will d r e s s a c c o r d i n g l y . All
Slate women a t t e n d i n g the event
...II receive 2 a in. h o u r s
Coiiimittees
Rat Mori's g e n e r a l c h a i r m a n is
•lack S a r n o w s k i '63. Other c o n
uiiltee h e a d s i n c l u d e : J i m Haeii
in '63, K n l e r t a . n m e . i l ; Hill M<'
t'arly '63, D e c o r a t i o n s , and Richie
l.uckwood 'li.'i, P r o g r a m s .
Chaperone:
All a d m i n i s t r a t i v e h e a d s and
Sigma
Lambda
Sigma
faculty
uieiiibers and their wives have
been invited lo a t t e n d the p a r t )
O d e r invited c h a p e i o i i e s arc Mr
Filward Cowley, Associate Proles
sor of Art; Mr. Albert Sin.dko,
Assislanl P r o f e s s o r ol Kngl.sh.
Mr, Henjannn C o n n of the Bus.
ness Office; Mr. lloll.S lilodgelt,
1).rector of W a t e r b u r y Hall; Mr
S h e r m a n S p e c t o r of Russell S a l e
College and Dr. .1 David Daniel
son, Professor of Modern Pore.; 1 ...
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W t n f p r
VVIIIICI
The b r o t h e r s of S i g m a L a m b d a
Si-ma will p r e s e n t their annual
formal rush p a r l y , " R a t M o r t , " on
Friday, J a n u a r y 5, 1962. it will be
held iroin i) p. .in until 1 a m in
Mir Rainbow Room of the K e n m o r e
Hotel. The P a u l J a r v i s band will
371 Hamilton St.
Pnnl0d
f '
.
K^UUIILII
SLS to Hold
Formal Rush
"Rat Mort"
SCENE
t " j
ann<i;i;;.
* in S i n
IFC-ISC Presents Formal; SCA Sponsors Tenth Holiday Sing;
Oppedisano to Direct Band Nineteen Campus Groups Prepare
1*°' r 1 X ^ c b c f f p e a ™ P r 0 B r a m S
IFG
VOL. XLVI NO. 28
ALBANY, NKW YORK, FRIDAY, DIU FMI'.I.R 11, 1901
Phi Delta
President Sally .J,,,
K's aniiiiiim
that J o a n Frost 'i;:; and M
ar
T h a y e r '64 were pi '•'I I'd In •
sorority,
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pha, Phi Helta, Psi ( l a m m a , Beta
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" n p p a ''In. Kappa Beta, E d w a r d
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V i!te<-. Park House, Lake
and Madison Houses, Jefferson and
• i t a n u Hi uses.
Fntertainment
v
i e k Salatino and his b r a s s env" hie will entertain before the
Sin" sta'Ms, from (5:15 to (>::!(! p . m .
While the first judging is in proOrnupcd ai-numl the ( lirislinas Trci' are SCA Sin", c h a i r m e n : cess, an intermission will feature
kneeling! .Ian l h k i o n a n . Luis Kelsey, I.inda Mattison ' s p n t r d ) Mary .lay Blumenthal's vocal group, prekl
iniinne Heller
Heller.
senting an original composition,
" ' " l i l , f V •'; m l , W ; ' ' I ' T ' n . , ' " h , H )••-•'
^ . M , . . B n . " Ii.iMiwiinin
" s l a „ d i „ K . .Jeanne
Mice Snule. (.wen ( ..lm MI. . . i i i m k i m .
written by J a y . Alpha Pi Alpha h a s
prepared a C h r i s t m a s oral interSIMUIU
pretation, which they h a v e volun—
teered to p r e s e n t .
Judges
Dr. Carl Odenkirchen, Professor
of Modern L a n g u a g e s , is to be the
only judge from State College. The
other two judges are people from
the Albany a r e a .
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( ( ) | ,. ( ; A I j l
Committees
mi.,
tie
A.is
roil
ihiit
the\
had
no
incclings,
severa
The
Holiday
Sing w a s under the
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. , ! , , , I i' , .II b\ President Brook- letters and Senator Kelly's com",l-••
-•
cneral
,.,. |. !„ i„ a „ d coniinuid lor an plaml ol a so railed "running «
c h a i r m a n s h i p of
Mary
I,,,,,, Hi, A,,\ m a m Senate lend" between Senate and News Alice Soule '63 and Ted Tate '62.
,,,,, , . , . . . o r o m d ' Tin-re was an Board lie- Senate began a discus The Decorations C o m m i t t e e , head,,,;,.„.,. , | , ^ i n - ol b d l punt pens MO,, ol Minion at State College.
ed by C.wen Colegrove '64,, will set
,, | N . |, |,, ,
,,,, m , . n i , . , |
the holiday t h e m e in P a g e with r e d
il(l (
Cortland l e t t e r
pointsettas. Other c h a i r m e n a r e :
h.ualH by a Ihi'-r;
P r o g r a m s , Lois Kelsey '62; U s h e r s ,
The discussion was precipitated p j n c i a !\p d ui S on '64; A r r a n g e m e n t s ,
l • ,nd I otr pa- -HI
l,\ a M t e r lioui ''."".land State J a n i ) y k e m a n '(12, and Publicity,
.II
all.'
which has organized active oppo- Joanne Heller '63.
s one',', h e r e a l m i n i
reports
M'i'in to iin11.in It was reported
Cocoa Hour
lir,i!:ll:
"Ao ( on I 111
report.
that Hi, r, is probata;. :• good deal
Following the Holiday Sing, the
nl t n u h in the riiMi.- that there student t'nion Board is sponsoring
will In tuition ncM year At this ;, m . o a | , , i u r ,„ B r u b a c h e r Lower
l
pom: tin pen clicking stepped and Pminge
F r e s h m e n women who
a I. v. ">cs opened a little
w l | | |„, attending the Sing will be
, ,
,
granted one half hour late pcrmisI he t ordain! plan u u. • the writ
ion
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lo -na
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Senators
am
N-'Nd,lMi.en
President Bmoker v i , a | . s J>4.t.T1 , , „ , , ! ,„ r a p a c i t y for
Cortland Letter Urges Senate;
Committee to Protest Tuition
,,,„,,,• |,,r Buddy M m i o u and MI, I
| , a l l , p as the Hal M c i m y i e : . o ,
p,,r a win
• was an •'"'"'"
, • , , n d u d o r ,,| the (INCIMO. .
phony o r . In tra He play.- a • ^ ^
variety "I nniMcal ins.i
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specialized in c l a i m . , an.
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pi,,,,,,,
ii,-, s\ni|ih.ni>
in . 1 . " ^
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read
a i . s w el's
lo
the
pro t u i t i o n I, .
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had Ms p r e m i e r at
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this p r o g r a m ol ieslive music.
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and another ' ' " " ' " " " ' ' "
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There will be reserved seals for
\,ln,iiusiral."ii ami,um
Sympl
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s, II,,!,,i Ui.udrull r," ntioned Ibal faculty and administration until
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the
Chr.sMlias
Recess
w.u
sei.ied ;.< Hn- I.i - ^ • "
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l».ai
last '., ,,r 111.• Sen;.I'- did nothing 6 2(1 p 111
, |, .-,„ a ,„ on Wedm sday hot lad, and ilia, the year we
"I Musi,
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,
," / . n d u r 2u Classes will r.
Seiiater Stroud was
, ,„ „n vVr,lncsda> .Lmuai>
1/
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K a D D S
s
iinult'-e --ha.rinan for
t
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l\aKKa
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purpose ol draliiiu; a letter to
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I t o i orllanil I -II..'". Ihein of
I n i t i a t e s
A A e m D e r S
, , , , . ! ••• a::.nd c a s - e s .... D.
appioMil ol Hi. r plan and
Stude.it I'nion Board will spun
I„ r •
nd J a n u a r y 3 SH
>de ii. lo aid and assist lliem sor lis annual t ' h r . s l m a s d a n c e
Donald L a w r e n c e V
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I,,. |,, iiiw.n;: ,..'' - ' o r . - an '•\ h . r ever ways -• • may Any loiiiorrow evening m the Brubach,f Kappa I'h. Kappa < Ii <
, .1 i il„s s„ ,1. s.r. iron. ...
m t - i e s i t d m Is . p'lir tuition er Dining Room from ill The
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i in -ii''|\ i\' i.'.rietl walls theme of the event Will be ' R o a r
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mr.ateo
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,i,d .laiiiiary
MI ml,! toiiiatl Seiialoi Stroud by ing T w e n t i e s " Music will be proKuppa I'ln Kappa is '' ' r .',' ' ^ u "
i inn-' a •heel thai will be placed vided by the Saint .lames So.riely
»l e d u c a t i o n h o i i . . r a o I' a ' •
.,ii s.-nale liiillelui board This bid of lloh Cross
Seniors, J u n i o r s «'""• « " ^ _,
I. 'in ho..nl is al I In- doorway ol
Dress lor the d a n c e will be in
fhose
initialed
al.
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Minimis w Ii an l b . s l i d win.a the p e r i s t y l e eon formal and sludcnts ali.-nding are
(; r a i l . . . .
\v..il'r. Wilbain - i ' - ' ; '
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encouraged lo d r e s s ... cosiun.e if
:, :, |,,r :li, pi. woi.s n.-i-.s ii to Itit hardsell
a \ e l a: o
possible
, „ r s , Harold 'I horn,..
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sell.ester
( liairinen tor " R o a r u i g Tw en
M ; , , , , a . m e l o , L-hvanl I . I . .
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Legal Studs
I.od -pe
a iiiiu-r studri.i
i. . , I ,., ne»' inckidc the Sen.or m e m b e r s
Ceorge \Solll Robert U , aso ,,
III.-, o i l , . a
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Kills
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of Students t'nion Board, J a m e s
dr. w C,.bul-k>
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UlTu-e, bcluie lie d a " ' "'
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II,\, si n'ale possible nu lllods ol
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absence
Wail H o b o ! " " ' •
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l>2, Refrcslimen'.s. T e r n De
n n a e C o l d r o h ^ n d - a s •>^ h" e l d e e
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