Students Arrange Contest Les innovateurs

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STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1961
Students Arrange Contest Les innovateurs
To Present Farce
T h e S t a l e College F r e n c h C l u b ,
Les I n n o v a t e u r s , announces its f i r s t
a n n u a ' Soiree F r a n c a i s e . It w i l l be
held D e c e m b e r 18, in D r a p e r 349 at
8:00 p . m .
A f a r c e of the f i f t e e n t h
c e n t u r y , La F a r c e de C u v i e r , w i l l
be p r e s e n t e d . O t h e r e n t e r t a i n m e n t
w i l l i n c l u d e a short d i a l o g u e a n d
s e v e r a l songs by m e m b e r s of the
club.
French Christmas
The above picture illustrates one
of the many operations of an activity at State that involves the help
of 20 students. The activity is the
work associated with the Annual
High School Mathematics Contest,
sponsored nationally in both the
United States and Canada by the
Mathematical Association of America and the Society of Acturaies for
secondary school students
In the picture from left to right
are: Emery (.'lark and Robert
Sherbourno, Seniors, Miss N'ura D
Turner, Associate Professor of
M a t h e m a t i c s , J u n e D r u i a n 'G.'i and
D o n n a H e n d e r s o n '62.
T h e h e a d q u a r t e r s of the U p s t a t e
D i v i s i o n of the M a t h e m a t i c s Conlest is l o c a t e d h e r e , a n d the pict u r e d s t u d e n t s a r e in c h a r g e of arr a n g e m e n t s f o r the contest.
1 lie n u m b e r of schools a l r e a d y
r e g i s t e r e d f o r the YM>2 contest exceeds (he n u m b e r r e g i s t e r e d at the
v i n i i 1 11me lasl y e a r . M i s s T u r n e r
f e e ! - i h a l w i t h o u t the aid of h e r
s t i . d e a l h e l p e r s , the contest w o u l d
b ' i,nable to f u n c t i o n as e f f i c i e n t l y
.M it has in past y e a r s .
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College to Give
Outing Club Plans
Hand knit Articles
Skating, Ski Trips
L a r r y S i m m o n s '03, C h a i r m a n of
the S . U . B . C h i l d r e n ' s
Christmas
Party,
announces
that
students
cannot g i v e k n i t t e d i t e m s to c h i l dren at the p a r l y . Such g i f t s m i g h t
be i n t e r p r e t e d as s h o w i n g f a v o r i t ism.
Scarves, mittens, and sacks
m u s t be g i v e n as a c o l l e c t i v e g i f t
of State College to S a i n t O i l m a n ' s
Home
Buses for c h i l d r e n
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are l i m i t e d . S l u d e n N an ;, piiv
a l l present w i l l sing F r e n c h C h r i s t p a r t i e s w i l l l a k e p l a c e at 2:15 p . m . eil !<; g i v e $1.25 to Cone \ - . .
mas Carols. The admission charge
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p a r t y l o c a t i o n s at 1:30.
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So we had o u r • ;o a t i o n and
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ha' • been l i v i n g ,•< life of restfill bliss - o n l y we d i d n ' l
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having a p a p e r t h i s w e e k .
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in soft pack or box ?
A d e m o n s t r a t i o n against the institution of tuition in
the S t a t e College system will take plaee in front of the
S t a t e Capitol building this .Monday evening. Richard
Kelly '(>.'! is in charge of this protest. All members
of the s t u d e n t body are urged to participate in this
d e m o n s t r a t i o n . Assembly will take place at 0:30 p.m. on
Dorm Field and students are urged to group together quietly and orderly. Posters are requested and the following
slogans are to be used: "Don't t a k e our education from
us:" "(Jive us a chance to t e a c h : " "Tuition or t e a c h e r s ? "
and "No t u i t i o n ! " These slogans will be m a i n t a i n e d in order
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Headlines t h r o u g h t h e year have a n i u u i n e e d li.s m a i i v
achievements: a record 16 goals in one season, i -oaks in
one g a m e , A l l - C o n f e r e n c e s e l e c t i o n , a n d n o w . In i n . - e.ain
' d u n d o u b t e d l y t h e h i g h e s t g o a l a c o l l e g e soccer p l a y e r c a n
a t t a i n — n a t i o n a l r e c o g n i t i o n T o a d d t o tins, a c i - o n i i i l i s ! ,
n i c n t , i f i t is p o s s i b l e , h e w a s s e l e c l e d a l I h e e i - n l e i l o r
w a r d p o s i t i o n w h i c h is t h e h a r d e s t t o g a m ain-i t h i s is
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AT 100 COLLEGES VI
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There's actually more
r i c h - f l a v o r leaf in L & M
t h a n even in s o m e un
f i l t e r e d c i g a r e t t e s . You
g e t r n o r e _ b o d y in t h e
blend, more flavor in the
smoke, more taste
t h r o u g h the filter So ex
pect more, get I ots More
f r o m L&M Am] r e m e m
ber—witti I & M ' s m o d e r n
filter, only p u n ; white
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ft. is also a credit t o l h e e n t i n t e a m .since very rari l\
does a player f r o m a m e d i o c r e learn g a i n n a t i o n a l a c c l a i m ;'
•Such men as E r w i n S e i m o n , All S l a b a n d All C o n l e r e n c ,':'
Soft pack
Personality
niu,-.; „„...ii„'r !,!•}..•«. use. , -.,,.,,.,.,, ,.:1, „, ,, a ,h\
I Ii I e w lii he no c \ l Use tin f i l l i lasses in w i n k mi pesters or
l ' I i ' I'M - e : : : , i ! ' d e i i l b o In plan Ihe ( I c i n n n s i i a t i m i in anv -,\ , •. I have I
I e a \ e sell "il
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the -' i i i l - i i i bodv now
a c c o r d i n g l y sn (hey w i l l be able to
lake part.
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Senate has sent t e l e g r a m s to all
S t a l e scliniils a s k i n g t h e m lo stage
similar
deiiionslrations
at
the
s a m e t i m e as o u r s . They a rc also
sending
l.uiii
letters
In
each
| , i i n . M ! i - c i i u c s i i i m t h e m to w r i t e
(,„.;,. ( • „ M , , n . s s i „ M a i r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s
ami M , e .
are , c r n.iii b'-'i
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BETTER THAN AVERAGE 1'EAM HELPS
O Looks
. , ; . i r . Slate College
••< the f o l l o w i n g :
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T h a t ' s r i g h t , read t h a t h e a d l i n e a , a n , ' A l b a n y S t a l e - ' . ; - . ' ; , - " ; , " ^ . . "!% « « - • ; • ; ? : ' i « i - l . ! i : i ' : , l , a , i ; : i i n , , ; „ l l l l ^ ^ ' ^ r : " ! ^ H „ c f r ; , l i h r S
has an A U - A m c n c a n , a m a n selected as one ol the best m S|r!1 . i _.||!:1, Sl( . n . l h a . ., .,,„„, (]|1. j | | i . i i ! , ,;,,„., t.,| . ; ..h „,,.,„,,•,., ^ . , i . :h, Tni-i.-es' ;."w,r to levy
the e n t i r e U n i t e d States. A l b a n y ' s eentei l o r w a i c l . K a r l ,,..,.,. ,.,,; . , „ . . i, t, j i eomroi all the ..,i', ,' i,., .-,,,,,,,, ,,,.,! he ha- not iiimon
LOWER PERISTYLE
Sold at the CO-OP
By ANNE SMITH
n biggest Ljame of beason
I USE BLOCK LETTERS!
FROM
Kelly to H e a d March
State to Face Siena Tomorrow ^ r ^ n , , ^
(CUT ALONG BROKEN LINE)
Name:
Printers Vacate,
BY ANN DUGAN
Check your opinions against L&M's Campus Opinion Pol
For convenience and speed fill
in coupon on reverse and leave with
T r a n s p o r t a t i o n Desk, Lower Peristyle. Tickets will be held in your
name.
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I'liary
S t a l e pi,-,,., ,
State College N
Club
O t h e r Senale
liiisincss
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Kh.c
Ii Hi Old Si llaie Seiw Ii e i . un ill it
lee g,o i I epoi'l.- The Hew Student
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re
Mewed and a p p i ' i o e d
Dick Kelly
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PAGE 2
STATE COLLEGE NEWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1962
Communications A Peaceful Protest
College Calendar
.. „ . . . „
io the Lditor
n ,„Q , T w < \ w e e k ? frfom " o w
FRIDAY, JANUARY 12
7:30 p.m.
IFG
Vrmm
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r A * .»
9:00 p.m.
APA
f o r m a"Dairy
l Kusn ofi J arty
FG film,
Anne Frank"
\PA
Formal
Rush
Party
SATURDAY, JANUARY 13
think it well to discuss the removal
and its implications. Having left
our homes a scant week ago. we
saw our beloved parents, had
our usual fights with them, depict-
ed
SUNDAY, JANUARY 14
nMitln|.
their
Bru Private Dining Room Zs"
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fchree
w, u b e a
.
(
Jood
Dick Kelly's committee are known, and the threats of firm
exams begin to frighten us. The emotional exaltation o
the last Senate meeting belongs to the past. Can we rpi
create it without resorting to the violence with whietl
I
m a s s s t u d e n t demonstrations are usually associated•>
supplies and sky^
T h e
e d i t o r i a ]
sta
ff
0f
vacations ' p e r s i s t ^ e might P o r t s t h e p l a n s S e n a t e h a s i n i t i a t e d for a dcnionstVatioJ
. . ,
" Bllt
n„rm Field
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Doi m I leld ^ ^
our
ni(lllls
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fi-.p V w ; n
ust been l n e y w u l
J ^
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a m , t h e p
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many who either
don't
cr i n
u
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b , k ,
fi-| P Jr
B u
n f m n s t in i n f l n n n r . n n , , i
l
U i m o s i IO l n t l u e i K e t h e I., gi.s a [ l l r J
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t t h e y c a n , t p r o d u e e a n cn - f>(>| j v ( ,
have onstration without the rational support of the whole stuJ
homes, the money to take them d e n t b o d y .
back, or tne
the oesire
desire to return io
to
We
plead, demand that all oof yon U|),
oacK.
we request, pieaci,
the hearth, what then is the ex- the demonstration Monday night, and that vyou do il in arl
cuse heard for our departure- The orderly fashion. This is one of the very lew
w men .nns wa
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31
Basketball Utica, home
excuse given by many .s that we
are supposedly too immature to
c a n
s.av in Albany for fou7conseculive non-school days, if we are allowed to stay there is no telling
what havoc will be wrought. Hundreds of people peacefully sleep-
Gamman - Stated
t a k e
, , -( , •
c e eifective
f f e c t i v ( 1 j nin prevention
may b he
t,,,.;,,,,
w h j c h
j
;
cause
it wiU be publicized and it may incivasMh,. p,-,.,,,, J
P u t o n legislators by their voters. If we combine tin, U1 ,y
letters of protest to legislators from parents aiitl h.,i ; -i|„„.|
of us who can vote, our objections coukl be consul, n'd Th"
demonstration will be publicized; so we musl ha\. an ><?
ing, rccouperating from a barrage p r c s s i v e n u m b e r of s t u d e n t s a t t h e C a p i l o l a i u l ' n , ' mirr
"A man builds a fine house; and now he has a master, and a
of exams is indeed a frightening behave as responsible citizens.
'
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task for life; he is to furnish, watch, show it, and keep it in
piclture ol destruction and malevorepair the rest of his days."
lence. Following Ibis logic, il would
' ' • ^
FRIENDSHIP—Ralph waldo Emerson
seem
natural
lo
throw
us
out
of
the
HOME AGAIN, HOME AGAIN
„„. „,.„. „
(|0|.ms (,vt,n M e m
dorms even weekend for fear off
We guess the Are up the sleeves and the proverbial sure looted destruction \ s W(. ), a ven'l been
Tortoise have as usual come through with fine colors. After two years i | , r m v n ,Plll t,N c , r v weekend we have
without a place to hang the crew hat. State's Lucky Sons have been n ( ) ( destroyed ,'.nnii"li ,,,' u arrant
able lo accomplish this feat and regain the home that wes once taken t | | ( 1 . u ., j o n ' -,.,„,„ wh " v | s ,, „,„ h (
Schedule For Final Examinations — January liii'I
from them. We congratulate the fraternity, those members of t h e , , , . , , ,, n v d p s t l . u c t i < ; n w i N t a k e
r
administration who aided them, and anyone else who gave assistance place from Jinuarv 2 > '",)'' Is it M o n d a y , J a n u a r y l o
in making this long-awaited dream come true. Horn- again, home because the moon will pass'through 9 A . M . : L a 2 , ' L a 220, Bu 3A, Ed 2 ISA. Li T.r, M,
Exam Schedule
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SAY " ( H E E S I
ed
t h i s past S u n d a y 100 g i r l s w e r e c r o w d e d
and w a i l e d .
and w a i t e d
into Page H a l l and w a i l
. T h e w o r d al first w a :
" c h e e s e " but l a t e r it t u r n e d in l i m b e r u e r The C o i u i n o n . - ' a l e r s a r e
" r a l . but we hope p r o g r e s s i v e l y , we MIV d o n ' l c h a n g e onl.v f o r
sake of a c h a n g e .
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\ " o n i l p a r i ol the P e d a g o g u e
by
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p i c t u r e , in l a r g e sections ( s e n i o r s ,
liiinolaricl a c i i l l v etc i II si e m s
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to ii- lo lie m u c h m o r e i n t e r e s t i n g
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pa«S M' " '-'
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the
Sat
of the a r t i c l e s b e c a u s e be h a d p r e vioiisly been an E n g l i s h t e a c h e r ,
had w r i t t e n a book on c o l l e g e c a m p
uses, and h a d w r i t t e n a r t i c l e s a b o u t
Vassar and P r i n c e t o n .
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classes and t h e f i r s t d a v of e x a m s
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provide s t u d e n t s
with
whom
he
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could c h a t . S i n c e he a r r i v e d at a
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very i n o p p o r t u n e t i m e , t h i s p r o v e d
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u f l i c u l t . H o w e v e r , B o r o l l t a l k e d to
a few students from Myskania
Senate and others who happened
to be available.
Who
Boroff r e q u e s t e d to v i s i l E n g l i s h ,
social s c i e n c e a n d e d u c a t i o n c l a s s
I'N, for w h a t r e a s o n we do not k n o w
C i r c u m s t a n c e s d i c t a t e d his v i s i t s
and he sat in on those . lasses
w Inch mot d u r i n g those t w o d a \ s
and t a l k e d lo the p r o f e s s o r s of
th ise classes
was
born
in
P i l l sbur
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abilities
and
keyboard facility
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bought
the
Primer
p r i n t e r In.lav
be ready
W eek-
'I he Senate Ii Id a n
i m - las'
W. .In. sda.v ni'.'lu vvilh the Presi
d e i i i . Dav ;d Br . iker absent
Prcs.deni
B r o o k e r r e m a i n e d at
home r e c o v . - i i i u I'rom an attack
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M ) s k a n i a Hei i i i i i i n e i i d a l i o n
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u n d e r the s p e c d u
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was p r e s e n t e d lo s e n a t e c o n c e r n
Hon ol Ihe S t a l e C o l l e c e f a c l l l l v
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ol
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criteria
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Mov m i
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Dav
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D u r i n g t h e past y e a r W e b s t e r
e o m n i u n i l s t h r o u g h s c r \ ice to o t h e r
. | i , 1 , M ( l l , s a s w , ' l l , and we a r e p r o u d
in
p l a y e d a s e r i e s of N e w
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progruins
ranging
from
Bach a n d B e e t h o v e n lo I t u r l o k
Schecnberg
i b i s Week's Acting Hdilor
1.INDA WIIITi:
and
and
'"' ""'-bed u
supervising
application
This
is
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Issue
L a p p is c o n s i d e r e d a p i o n e e r
- i i n p h l v in-j
complex
technical
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in puhhe
l i a r i o k or Dion '
linislied -..on
l,ol - ol new ,v 11 e r - mu issue and n u c l e a r b o m b tcsls
in I Ills iss'ies vv e r e u ' l ' here '
In 1 Co li ' published The V o y a g e
d 'he I . l i c k )
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D r a g a n , a bank about
Japapes,
lallmi:
hsh ' I ' n i a i i
in the
\uthor
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exposed
Pacific
Nine
Books
' he latest of I >r I a p p ' s w o r k s
which total
nine i is M a n
and
Space;
The
Next
Decade,
pub
I -bed hv
Harper'-
jn I9(il
This
is
a c r i t i c a l view of the l " . S space
p r o g r a m w r i t t e n in t e r m s t h a t the
l a y m a n can u n d e r s t a n d
W h i l e he
p l a c e , e m p h a s i s on the next ten
y e a r - , the book also s p e c u l a t e s on
space i r a v e l and c o m m u n i c a t i o n s
beyond our social s y s t e m .
Man
• " " ' s l m ' 1 ' p u r p o r t s the b e l i e f t h a i
ihe spaci p r o g r a m , u n l i k e the ! ' S
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ahimic
program,
will
demand
,
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widespread
understanding
and
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M i h o i i g h he h a - d e v o t e d a f u l l
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in,,Hers. I)r
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mi e n - m i l r a y s al the I ' l i i v e r s i t y
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l'h l i a- wel as Phi Beta K a p p a
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Isidor P h i l l i p , l i e b e c a m e the f i r s t
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I h i r i n - Ihe , o m i n i l l e e r e p o r t s , it
was a n n o u n c e d thai the student ' hecker
poll -A hi. h was .,-ikeii last semester
We've already had some I h m ^ s
c o n c e r n i n g I111I1011 w a - d i s c o v e r e d s u b m i t t e d for Ihe S p r i n g issue
1
h. be u n iilul Sen,Per h i c k Kelly .
'i'n se art iciilat mn i he u i i i - i e In
al'l'M- talkin-with
\-scinblyman
p a r e d es-a.v s .vliich were r . i i l e d b>
Henderson f r o m Steuben I'nunlv
Speaking ol music when a n van
Mr
Carrino
and Air
Stales ami
r e p o r t e d t h a i ihe State I . e g i s l a l u r "
goiiiL; lo I.add the P r i m e r b .N
.Mr i o l l m s .,i ihe l - n . l i - l i d e p a r t
had not ace. pie.I some ol the flu
meni
show some c o n s i d e r a t i o n for the
ures 111 Ihe poll because of Us val
o n , . - o o d thin.- ha.s r e s u l t e d f r o m
m e l o d y . I am d i g g i n g
The box for
i d i l \ S l u d e n i A s s o c i a t i o n w i l l draw
c o n l r i i in. mils un the P r i m e r b u l l e t i n
the S a t u r d a y I t c v i c u a r t i c l e
l',or
up a new poll to be presented to
board by Ihe Cn-op
When
nice
s l a t e d that t h e r e was l i l i l e cu
()ff
A l b a n s S l a t e students m the near
beat
is it going io h l i n i s l i e d '
o p e r a l i o n b e t w e e n Ihe c o l l c j e and
f u t u r e , w h i l e A s s e m b l v man Hen
t| ) ( . i,,vvn of A l b a n v
I ' n - i d e n i Col
I t ' l l be there in turn
Huh. yuu
d c r s o n w i l l ,-ittempi to i n t r o d u c e a
|jns r e c e n t l \
r e c e i v e d this
letter
hv ays say thai
bill
ml.)
the
Slate
l.cgislaHii'"
f r o m the Alban.v C h a p l e r ol the
ori'-Uiialilv is not my l o r t c
I
g r a n t i n g l a n d s for a slalew ide poll
A m e r i c a n HedCross
prefer assimilation
A c n m n i i t t e c was f o r m e d to pre
, ,,
,
• p , . ; i r |,,. ( ' o l l i n s
e v e n lining!, IJie f i r s t issue o the
p a n - I he new poll l o r Alban.v Stale
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,
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in four weeks
b e c a u s e we feel that both the - I n d e n t - T h e 11,ember- are Sena- ,,P u n i e, r ... vv ,11 be out
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f a e i i l v ani the s t u d e n t s o A n a n \ tors h'.iv K n a p p li.'i, I.ibby S t r o u d the stall i- , a c, c e p,,t i n g ,. and r e v i e w •
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lite the s t a t e m e n t s m a d e hv D a v i d Moiiiiced to Senate the t i m e s and
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means
.
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.SI l l d e l l t I loV 1 I'll
KnickerbocKcr News.
Ihe vv f i l e r thinks expedient
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P r i m e r me : mg nexi
l i l t e ( o o p e r a l l u l l III \ 1 li.'t I IN bet W e e l l d e c l i n a t i o n s w i l l ( ( i n c l u d e Wednes- J n e l-'ehruary ID al J71 H a m i l
day,
ICIiiiiaiv
7.
P r e f e r e n c e 1 " i i St reel al H p I I I Vou may b r i n g
l o w Ii a n d : ow n " a n d t h a t I h e col
|, L;e plav ed - m a l l par 1 in c o l u m n b l a n k s must also he f i l l e d out hv > " i i r c i i i i l r i b
His ai this t u n c
(his d a t e . I Inn sda\ e v e n i n g , I'eh'he edi ifnil \ a l l . i i r • e l f o r l 111,11 v s, (here w ill be an election
M;i\
We b e a r p u b l i c W i l l i e - . - to
1 allv in Hi nil,K Inn C a m e B o o m .
I h e l,|i I t h a t M a l e C o l l i
i- - l l l d e l l l \ 1 (his l i m e those who are r u n
v i i l n i i l e e r and -erv e as Bed ( ' r o - s
niii-i for an iifl'h e w ill he av a i l a h l e
M o i o r Si rv I. i d i e ei - W a l e r Safe
M I t h a i m e m b e r s ul the student
I v in -' r u c t i . r stall
\ i d e - . Trav
bodv iii.iv p r e s e n t lu llu- n o m i n e e s
I adn
\ eteran\ d m m i - l ration
IWelllV
people h a v e
signed
Up
iin> questions they mav have On
llospilal
worker.'in
valuable
I rid.i v , S a l u r d a ) ,
and
'Muiidav,
li a d e r - l u p to the J u n i o r l e d ( n . - I c h i 11.11 v Ii, in. 1.:, the student body k d i
\ I I IV I
a l l d I h e B e d C | o - I ..III
ha n pa lie w ill i hapel'one lobo
w i l l vulc f u r t h e i r s l u d e n i leaders
i i, in
skat in.
and - k u i i : ' ai t iv i
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results
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not
t .11 n i l v 1111 -111 h e r - hav c - . . i l l nil
he k n o w n u n t i l I n a i e u i i a l i o n D a y ,
inan.v . ' h a p t e r Serv n e < ' o m i n i l l e e
Wl
>
indents who desire l
in
Saturdav, I'cliiuaiv
IT. The in,ill
and h a v e a . d i d in pi.i..1.1.1 • a
die
. r..up mi Saturday
are wel
• in 1 [ ii in p u n cc(lui'.;s w ill lie held
1
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l
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h's « d l be one ul the l a r g
in I ' . r ' e H a l l , b e g i n n i n g al one
l.llei -I . r o u p s to have t r e k k e d to D i p
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p i k i l l and n is hop,-,I i h a l others
I ho (inn ( 11111 n i l s - i n n
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and T r a m . i i . ' I ' o m m i l l e e
ol
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lie, an e nl ihe need hu
m o r e ..I I h e w e e k e n d a n d p a l l ..I I he I.Ill
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pn
In |p w i t h 1 In. l i o n - June D r i n a n
|(,ss|,m:,|
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operalion
( b i n d L'rolip
I h o s e a p p o i n t e d hv S
le
speakers
f o r the class speakers
M v s k a i u a M l g g e s l e d Ihal Ihe e m
phases for c o i i s l d e r a l l o i i be placed
York
'hen
n l r obusinesses
l l e d bv tope veecr h eel n
on
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Music Council
rresents Pianist ....•...!.,..- ,,„, , i„ 11,,,i,,
n li)08. W h e n be w a s v e r y y o u i i "
Ins m u s i c t e a c h e r s d i s c o v e r e d that
he had a b s o l u t e p i l c h , e x c e p t i o n a l
:iJi, liii 1 11 S h lull ,Sj,
|(i, P S 12
217, Bu 319 S h ', S h 1,
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Wednesday, January 24
!
' AM. UuH, Ed 114G,s,Ed261 Ed 303 En
J','1' >• I'1' :-. Er 3, Ge n o , Mu 3, Ke
E 13,r). Gk 203, La IB Ar 3, Ai
Ed 318, Ma 28, Ge 1
of
unlay
Review
called
President
Collins
He w a s p l a n n i n g a s e r i e s
of profiles on t e a c h e r p r c p a r a l o n
schools, and w i s h e d lo b e g i n the
series w i t h A l b a n y S t a t e b e c a u s e
Webster
A»- 1A. E n 2 7 2 . Er 110
Supplement
Dr. Ralph E. Lapp, an internationally known scientist,
will speak today on "The New Force" at 1 p.m. in Page
Hall. He is being sponsored by the Science Colloquim. Dr.
Lapp is a prominent author and a consultant to industry
on the applications of modern science.
Prominent Scientific Advisor
He is regarded as an expert on nuclear weapons and
radioactive fallout. A nuclear physicist during World War
II, Dr. Lapp has served in a variety of capacities since then
as a scientific advisor to the War Department and the Research and Development Board of the Defense Department
VOL. XI,VII, S'n. I At present, he is Secretary-Treasurer of Quadri Science
Incorporated, a firm producing, developing, fostering, and
facilitating scientific inventions and research, projects, and
Senate Slates
P
Election Dates
The general reaction has been varied towards David
Boroffs article in the Saturday Itcvicu, "Albany State: A
Teacher's College In Transition " Many are asking ques
tions "Why did Boroll select Albany State for his articles'.'"
"When did he visit and how how long did lie stay to interview the students and facull '.'" "Which students and faculty did he interview'''' Also, "What basis did Boroff have
for the opinions which he expressed so lavishly'.1"
We began searching for the answers. We received them
from President Evan R. Collins, Mr Carrinu, Assistant to
the Pres'dent, and the students who voiced then' opinion,
in the Knickerbocker News.
How And Why
In the Fall of I960, Dr. Paul Wondering. Editor ol the
On W e d n e s d a y , f e b r u a r v V, the
Music C o u n c i l w i l l p r e s e n t p i a n i s t
B e v c r i d g e W e b s t e r , w h o m Ihe New
Viirh T i m e s has t e r m e d
a superb
ai'llsl as w e l l as a s u p e r b p i a n i s t
M
3 I'
Why Did Saturday Review
Select Our State College?
When i h e K n i c k e r b o c k e r
News
ran a series of In-, a r l icles m .Ian
aary, s t u d e n t s w h o w e n - not pre
p a r i n g f o r e x a m - w e r e a s k e d lo
express t h e i r o p i n i o n s
Tlnv
pre
,,s wen as new pictures which Saturday, January 20
j
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STATE COLLEGE NEWS
1916
Ch 116, Ch 242, Hy 233
c
ALBANY, NEW YORK, FRIDAY, l E H R l A R Y 2. VMVl
tuli.ins w h i c h w e r e to be c o v e r e d
Boroff was s e l e c t e d to w r i t e m a n y
Hu 123, Bu 15A, En 19, PI 100, Ch 1,'i
d ''> dio>c von leave behind
Friday, J a n u a r y 19
'" i"-e\ious books, the onlv'spuce ^ A . M . : B u 109, Ed 300
o u r p h o t o g r a p h e r w i l l l a k e al i aeh
house
Those
reading
the
year
MAY
208
u
7AM
it was the
' b e s t " a n d b e c a u s e il
was t y p i c a l of t h e t y p e ol i n s t i
'
(,
I'AYINC
ESTABLISHED
'
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is a w a \ i „ r e m e m b e r v o u r ' b r i e f
si ay al \ l b a n v and be r e m e m b e r
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m o r e (ban a p p r e c i a t e . A
h e l p i n g the f r e s h m a n gel
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To (he soroities and fraternities 1 uesclay, J a n u a r y l b
of State College;
9 A.M.: CI 10, B u 125, Ed 301A, E n 1 2 1 . S h i.'i
In the last few days, a furor has
M u 5 1 , Bi 2 1 0 , C h 140, C h 230, Hv ."
been raised over a proposed 12 M.:
B u 2 4 5 , E d 20, E d 1 1 4 B Ed 11-ih' F.d 1141 I
change in the format of the Pel
2 6 9 , ' L i 222, M a 2 2 1 , M a 329, El' 2 1.',' Mil fjfi"
S n
agouge
i.„,,u„i •- - using
uaiuK group
:^,">"i>shots
suoisin-inBi
313,
Ch 21, Gy 214.
stead of composite pictures. Many
people have wondered why the Wednesday, January 17
change was made: this letter will q A i\/r • P
1 1 ? ^P. V 91 r A qi A q 07
J
1'! I l l 111 IL'
attempt lo answer your questions. \ nV
'
,
One (if the main reasons we have ^f1 "*-..
all la, Bu 1 5 B , M a 1 1 1 , S p J, \> 1 PH lit :'<•
developed this idea is lo permit 3 P.M.: Bu 1 1 1 , S h 200, Li 113, M a 11')
the incoming pledge classes to be _,.
.
included. We felt thai most sor- I h U l ' S d a y , J a n u a r y l o
only and fraternity
members 9 A.M.: Ed 229, S h 6 3 , Li 100,
), Sp 1, Sp
would enioy having their pictures
H . E . 22, Bi 124, Ec 105
hi the yearbook for their entire [2 M '
Bu 120 Bu .318 Ed 2()
260, En 3, En 2;;' i
college
. . 320, 'Ma
- - 228, Er 203, Sp 1 10 Bi pn; ('!
I r a n s l e r career
a l t e r f Also,
r e s h m for
a n those
y e a r who
Ih'i
l.i
g
3 P.M.:
'
M
Beat Loudonville ' ' '
L'.S SENATE
sometimes does not represent its people as well as Senate did this
past Wednesday night. Senate's action was the only one it could have
taken. If Senate did not support the student body in their fight against
tuition, then the Senate might as well have dissolved itself. Now it
is the turn of you, the student body to support your Senate The Senate
is as strong as the trust placed in it by the students.
SSSSSSSSSSSSS • • • • • • • • • •
_
It is really going to be fun seeing all i .'I our friends when, we
,.. go
_..
home the 25th. Thursday is a good night for nothingness. If we pay
$345 for Room and Board, St'CA should provide us with S.T15 worth of
Room and Board. Next year we suggest that the printer .if our contracts makes sure that the printing press he uses is no! sub-microscopic. We are very happy that the administration was able to find
some last year but does a break mean we have to go "broke?" Re
member, girls, don't wander around Albany.
LO! THE ANGEL CA.ME UPON HIM
Christinas comes but once a year
and so do''s pledging for
fraternities. Somehow it seems very odd thai certain members can't
w satisfied with rushing in conventional means cmployd by most
Wea fsuppose
receiving
gjeople.
ilts- and
r a t e r n i t y freshman,
c o m p o s i t e too.
is s oappreciate
m e t h i n g most
r u ^ h e c Christmas
c o u l d do
Paul r.atsha, '83.
-
ES 4 G v 2 1 ps
ews
/ , 4 8
t h e N e w s w h o l e h e a r t e d l y sunl
commit the unpardonable sin of a n d lobbying at the Capitol. Responsible people aiv J
appreciating
charge of the protest action and we are convinced thai
H our parents.
d
Registration lor new students
Assemble for nickel
6:30 p . m .
Assemble io. picket
TUESDAY, JANUARY 30
8:00 a.m.
Classes resume
,,«<•
%f
u o nan
inn Tovvne D
Motel
we face
cer- "•""«;—
o f,,ulX.
-Tf>„
- - (Vs.,.„„
- - - - - - ~^j„
349 dormitories.
time of gaiety,Asfrivolity
andttie
empty
„
P f*^"-*^„4-i*,„
i
,m 1^ i now
of an enforced
vacation,
the
plansa)0
Inn Tovvne Motel tainty
dormitories.
As we face
the cer-I S
e n aissues
t e p r o thave
e s t i n gbeen
t u i t i thoroughly
o n . I t s t h rdiscussed,
e e d a y s l a the
t e r now
V. Wrestling: Oneonta, away
F. Wrestling: OCCC, home
Basketball Siena, home
SUB Basketball Dance
2:00-10:00 p.m. Study Room open
MONDAY JANUARY 20
CQ€
Wednesday night we witnessed (and participated in
the most impressive demonstration of student unity in n„
g a( . t h i g c o l l e g e T h e student body and [L s,,
College News have supported unanimously th > ac' inn
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Lectures In Page Today
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that
we
consider
the
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t ,, t ,,,, t s
;ls
our
"good
neighbors
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a billtv
speaking
i
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hi
class
excessive
Speaker
crablc
and
(uiilribii
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and
school
recognition
cuiilnbiilloiis
without
and
hav e
the
lo
excessive
without
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should have made
lege
ability
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consul
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recognition
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speaking
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