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STATE UNIVERSITY N E W S , FRIDAY,
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MAY 3 , 1963
Exam Schedule
On Campus
with
(Author of "I Was a Teen-age Dwarf," "The
Loves of Dobie Gillix," etc.)
Many
HOW TO SEE EUROPE
FOR ONLY $300 A DAY: NO. 2
Last week we discussed England, the first stop on the tour of
Europe t h a t every American college s t u d e n t is going to make
this s u m m e r . Today we will take up your next s t o p
France,
or the Pearl of the Pacific, as it is generally called.
To get from England to France, one greases one's body and
swims the English Channel. Similarly, to get from France to
Spain, one greases one's body and slides down t h e Pyrenees.
And, of course, to get from France to Switzerland, one greases
one's body and wriggles through the Simplon T u n n e l . T h u s , as
you can see, the most important single item to take to Europe
is a valise full of grease.
No, I am wrong. T h e most important thing to take to Europe
is a valise full of Marlboro Cigarettes or at least as m a n v as
FRIDAY
6:00 - Unknown F r i d a y - T o m R y w i c k
T o m Rywick
6:55 - C o l l e g e N e w s - R o n W a l t e r
7:00 - Spice of V a r i e t y Susan P a c k a r d
8:00 - B r o a d w a y ' s Best George Ashley
9:00 - Symphony of the Air G e o r g e Pflegl
10:00 - V a r i e t y - R o n C a m p i s i
11:00 - Sign Off
Schedule for Final Examinations, Second Semester,
June 1963
(This schedule is conflict-free with the exception of 9
conflicts involving 11 students. The FacultyMembers
concerned have been notified.)
Saturday
June 1
Monday
June 3
SATURDAY
2:30 - O l d i e s but Goodies G a r y Smith
4:00 - P e r s p e c t i v e - D o u g
P e t e r s o n , Bill M e x a n d e r
5:00 - The Karlv Show-Kd B r o w n
6:00 - " 8 8 " - Skip S c h r e i b e r
9:00 - Sign Off
Tuesday
June 4 '
SUNDAY
2:00 - Music of the M a s t e r s Ian beet
5:00 - Studio 6 4 0 - C h u c k P o w e r
6:00 - Sunday Sojourn
Hon W a l t e r
7:00 - Sign Off
MONDAY
\e introduced 4iorfm fa (rMr
6:00
6:55
7:00
H8 : 00
P o t p o u r r i - D u a n e White
College N e w s - B o n W a l t e r
Pops V a r i e t y - L a r r y A m e s
B r o a d w a y Beat Tom Yandernii'tilcn
9: 00 - Monday Sojourn Hon W a l t e r
10:00 - Last ol the Kvening H o u r s Hon C a m p i s i
1 1:00 - Sign Off
the customs regulations will allow. Ami if by chance you -hould
run out of Marlbros in Europe, do not despair. That familiar
red and white Marlboro package is as omnipresent in Europe
as it is in all fifty of the I'liited S t a t e - . And it i.- the -aiue
superb cigarette you find at home the same pun- white filter,
the same zest fill, mellow blend of tobacco- preceding the filter
This gem uf the tobacconist's art, this prodigy of cigarette
engineering, was achieved by Marlboro'- well-known research
team
Fred Softpack and Walter Fliptop and I, lor one, am
grateful.
Well -ir, I gue-- t h a t ' - all vou nei d to know
Next
week
,boul
We W||| \, I — 11 i h e L a n d o l t h e M i d n i g h t
-III,
6:00 - Dinner with Dave Dave Hughes
6: Vi - College N e w s - D u a n o W'hiti
7:1)0 - Swing sound '611 Don Mien
8:011 - C u r i a m C a l l - D a v e Hughes
9:00 - b u r n i n g C l a s s i c s
\ iek \i g y m s
10:00 - Music to D r e a m Bv
Hob F u l l e m
i 1:00 - sign i Ml
check
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dune
X
Monday
dune 10
I' in '.si lav
1 I
109, Li 217, Vv 109, ('„> 121,
110, Sc 1, Sc 2, ES 119, Ph 2,
151.
A, Ar 3, Ru 230, Ed 229, Li 115R,
323, Ge 106, Ri 123, Ph R, Ph 17.
217, Ru 110R, Ru 130, Ru 335,
114R, Ed 114.ML, Ed 114SS,
300, En 3, En 229, Li 310, Ma 224,
103, Mu51,Ch 140, By 204, So 209
9 AM
La 10, La 245, Ru8.\, R u l 2 5 , Ru 262,
Ed 218, Ed 260, Ed 353, En 2, En 106,
Li 318R, Ru 3, PI 107, Ri 106,
Ch 116A, R, Ph 316.
12 M
La 114, Ma 27, Fr 1, Go 9, BE 22.
3 PM Bu 123, La l.\, Bu 1, Ru 4, Sh 10,
Ma 35, Sp 103B, Ri 15, Ch 1KB,
Ch 106, (.y 4, Gy 1 15.
9 AM Bu 6, En 157, Li 222, Mu 4, Ch 142,
By 3, By 214.
12 M
\ r IB, Ru 111, En 38, Vv 1 10, Ge 1,
Ch 130, By 122.
3 I'M La IB, Sh 7, Go 5, Mu 1, IM 1 , Ph 104,
Bv 220.
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Sp
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La
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3 PM
Bu 2B, Bu3 \, Ru 1 1 1, Ln 10, Ri 25,
Bi 1 19, Ee 232, ' iv 221 , Bv 18,
Bv I 16B.
E.I 1 I IM, Er 2, Er :'.M, Vv |U4B,
Ee 105.
Mu 252, Etl 1 14GS, Sh 9, Ge 2, Sp :',7,
Ec 3, !•> 203, Hy 101,
1, En 121, Ma 111.
Bu 122, Li 103, Vv 10, GV3B, Ge |U3,
Sp 39, By 130, Mu 15.\.
Ma 1 10, Mi 22.
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U n i o n
Saturday
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TRY O U R H O T P I Z Z A
S t u d e n t
Friday
J une 7
WLDNKSD\Y
Xext week, eiery ueek. Hit- liest ciyurette
you van buy Hull hole world orer in lilter-tip/jeil
Murlboron
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you yet a lot to like.
INDIV. SIZE .20
Thursday
June 6
3 PM
6:00 - Melodies of the 60's Hoselee Cipullo
6:55 - College N e w s - B o n W a l t e r
7:00 - C a m p u s B e a t - H i c k G e n e r o
8:U0 - Folk H o u r - F l l e n Connolly
9: 00 - C l a s s i c a l S h o w c a s e Dick \\ i l l i a m s
10:00 - Moonlight M e l o d i e s Dick \\ i l l i a m s
1 1:00 - Sign (iff
Each night the colorful l i a l m - gather at -idewalk , .,i, and
- b. .111 "( )o-la-la'" a.- Matinee C h e \ a l l e r promenade- down tin
C h a m p - hlv-ce.- -winging he malacea cam 'I hen. tired hip
happy, everyone goe- to the |.iHI\ re lor bowl- oi onion -ou|,
I r a n e e I- c a - h i n g l i a \ e l | e i
AM Bu 250, Ed 20, Ed 21, Ed 209, En 258,
Sh 112, Li 228, Ma 228, Sp 232, PI 112
Bi 216, C h 2 1 , Ch 120, P h 2 1 5 , E c 211,
Hy 223.
12 M
La 1C, Ar 1C, Ru 227, PI 111.
3 PM CL 204, Ar 100, Ed 114E, Ed 274,
En 302, Ma 127, GL 100, Sp 120R,
Mu 66, Py 1, Py 4, Bi 204, PS 262.
Wednesday 9 AM Ru 19, Bu 108, Ma 26, Vv 115, IM 3,
June 5
ES 6, PS 10, PS 12.
12 M
La 8, En 19, Ma 18, Sp 1 15R.
3 PM Bu 13, Rt 217, En 216, Ma 21, Ma 25,
Ma 36, PI 2, Hy 121.
TUKSD \Y
Napoleon, alter hi- defeat by Credit Mobilier, wa- exiled In
Elba, where he made the falnoll.- s t a t e m e n t , "Able wa- I ere |
saw Elba.
I hi- -enteiice read- the same whether vou -pell it
forward or backward You can al.-o -pell Marlboro backward
i irolilram. I )o not, however, try to -moke Marlboro backward
b e e n i - e that undue.- all the plea.-llre of the fine-t cigarette made
Alter Napoleon'- death the French people fell into a ureal lit
ol melancholy, known a- the l.oiii-iana I'urcha-e
l o r over a
cciitiin everyone -at around moping and refu-mg hi- food
Thi- torpor wa- not lifted until Eiffel built In- lamou- lower,
which made everybody giggle -o bard that loda\ France i- I he
g i vest ci unit rv in Europe.
p r i n c i p a l U i d l l . - t n ol
9 AM Gk 1, Gk 203, Bu 316, Ed 302A,
En 233, Li 320, Ma 208, Fr 208,
Ge 110, Sp 9, HE 1, Bi 20, Bi 200,
Bi 218, Ch 17, Hy 2, Hy 244.
12 M
Bu 8B, En 8, Sh 39, Ma 28, Sp 1,
Sp 2, Sp 3B, So 132.
3 PM Bu 113, Bu 261, Ed 203, En 242,
Ma 229, Sp 117, Bi 125, Ph 16,
Hy 4, PS 210, So 212.
12 M
Milt I digress. We were speaking of France or the Serpent of
the Nile, as it is popularly termed.
Let u- first briefly sum up the history of France. T h e nation
was discovered in llllifi by M a d a m e ( luillot inc. T h e r e followed
a -eric- of costly wars with Schleswig-I lol.-tein, the Cleveland
Indian-, and .lean Jacques Hon—can. Stability finally came to
this troubled land with the coronation of Mar.-hal Foch, who
married Lorraine Alsace and had three children : Flopsv, Mop.-y,
and C h a r l e m a g n e . Thi.- later became known a.- the Petit Trianon.
Mar.-hal Foch or the Hoy Orator of the Platte, a- he waaffectionately called
was succeeded bv Napoleon, who introduced -hortlie— to France
I ntll Napoleon the French were
the tallest nation in Europe Alter Napoleon uio-l Frenchmen
were able to walk comfortably under card table-. Tin- later
became known a- the Hunchback of Notre |)alnc.
The
-
9 AM CL110, Bu 15B, Ed 215, Ed 261A,
Ed 301 A, En 29, Ma 30, Fr 8, Hy 117.
12 M
La 2, Bu 3B, En 225B, Fr 39, Py 127,
Bi 101.
3 PM Bu 2A, Bu 238, Sh 63, Li 1, Fr 203,
Ru IB, Ph 202, Ec 2,50, Hy242,So 4.
Bar
SUPPORT
1963 MOVING UP DAY
ON SATURDAY , MAY 18
Summer Travelers
It h a s r u n i c to Ihe a t t e n t i o n ol
the Srole Univtmly
Ntnt
that manv
of o u r I ' n l v e r s i t y s t u d e n t s plan !u
s p e n d t h e i r s u m m e r s in f o r e i g n
count r i e s
In o r d e r thai t h e s e p r o s p e e t i a
t r a v e l e r s might be able to s h a r e
t h e i r e x p e r i e n c e s with the I ' n l v e r s i t y we r e q u e s t that they notify the
n e w s p a p e r of t h e i r p l a n s s o m e t i m e
within the next week.
Notification
c a n be m a d e by c o n t a c t i n g David
J e n k a in p e r s o n o r t h r o u g h s t u d e n t
mail
Student Compiled Course Guide
Describes Reactions To Subjects
by J o t e p h W. C o l u
T h e long awaited, much d i s c u s s e d a n d m u c h f e a r e d c o u r s e guide
a r r i v e d l a s t Monday m o r n i n g . T h e
guide o u t l i n e s e a c h c o u r s e o f f e r e d
l a s t fall and i n c l u d e s c o m m e n t s on
the c o u r s e s a n d i n s t r u c t o r s .
T h e f i r s t 500 luck p e o p l e r e c e i v e d the only c o p i e s of the p r e c i o u s d o c u m e n t . T h e guide r a n 40
pages.
T h e idea of the guide w a s c o n c e i v e d hy H o w a r d R e r k u n ' 6 4 . Ho
w a s a i d e d in h i s e f f o r t s p r i m a r i l y
hy H a r o l d S z e n e s 'fi4.
L a s t Sunday the e n t i r e b o o k l e t
was mimeographed.
The effort
b e g a n at 9:00 a . m . and did not end
until s o m e t i m e in the m o r n i n g of
the next d a y . Rv that t i m e t h e r e
were several others aidingRerkun
and S z e n e s .
F i n a n c e d by Student F u n d i
S z e n e s and R e r k u n a p p e a r e d h e fore S e n a t e and a t t e m p t e d to e x plain their p u r p o s e s .
A second
a p p e a r a n c e b e f o r e S e n a t e s a w the
appropriation passed.
T h e guide r e c e i v e d t m a n e i a l
s u p p o r t in the f o r m of Sad f r o m
Student S e n a t e .
T h e a w a r d of the
m o n e y w a s p r e c e d e d bv a livelv
d e b a t e . The vote in favor of t h i s
new idea for t h i s c a m p u s w a s
o v e r w h e l m i n g l y in favor.
A S e n a t e c o m m i t t e e h e a d e d by
Senator Mary Margaret Welker '65
w a s p l a c e d in c h a r g e of the e x p e n d i t u r e of the funds. T h e r e a son for t h i s w a s the lack of c o n s t i t u t i o n of the g r o u p s p e n d i n g the
money.
T h e a c t u a l money for the c o m m i t t e e w a s a p p r o p r i a t e d in a s p e c i a l s e s s i o n of finance c o m m i t t e e
c h a i r e d by S e n a t o r R a r b a r a T o w n -
T h i s s e a l - p l a q u e , an a c c u r a t e
r e p r o d u c t i o n of the S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y S e a l , is m a d e of wood, 18
i n c h e s in d i a m e t e r .
It is done in
blue and gold, with the s h i e l d ,
m o t t o , and d a t e , 1948 i n s c r i b e d .
Not
F i r » t of Handiwork
T h i s w a s done e n t i r e l y by h a n d ,
and d u r i n g M r . K r a i ' s free t i m e .
N e v e r h a s the U n i v e r s i t v p o s s e s s e d a n y t h i n g like t h i s , but it
will be d i s p l a y e d on the front of
the r o s t r u m d u r i n g U n i v e r s i t y
e v e n t s , such as C o m m e n c e m e n t ,
and c o n v o c a t i o n s .
Mr. Krai has also constructed a
wooden c a r r y i n g c a s e , e m b o s s e d
with the s e a l , in o r d e r to t r a n s p o r t and p r o t e c t the p l a q u e .
M r . K r a i h a s had a g r e a t int e r e s t in St'N'VA s i n c e he joined
the staff in 1947.
His s t e p - s o n ,
Paul Coonley, received his M S ,
in 1962 and h i s wife, M r s . C a r t h a
C o o n l e y a l s o r e c e i v e d h e r M.S.
f r o m State
A n o t h e r of h i s i n t e r e s t s
inc l u d e s p l a y i n g the v i o l i n , and for
s e v e r a l y e a r s , Mr. K r a i h a s b e e n
a m e m b e r of the s t r i n g e n s e m b l e
which p a r t i c i p a t e s in the J u n e
Commencement.
Popular, P r o i e t t i o n a l
T h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n , a n i l Mr.
K r a i ' s a s s o c i a t e s d e s c r i b e him as
a v e r y c o n g e n i a l , w e l l - l i k e d , and
completely cooperative p e r s o n ,
a n d a d d e d that he h a s a p r o f e s s i o n a l
attitude toward his duties.
P r e s i d e n t Collins received this
s e a l - p l a q u e on behalf of the U n i v e r s i t y , a n d we Join h e r e in c o m -
ate Uiive r
send '65.
Procedure
WSUA
T h e w o r k on the guide b e g a n
with a m i m e o g r a p h e d q u e s t i o n n a i r e which w a s d i s t r i b u t e d in the
d o r m s and to s e v e r a l g r o u p and
G r e e k h o u s e s . S t u d e n t s filled in
t h e i n f o r m a t i o n about the c o u r s e s
they took l a s t s e m e s t e r .
T h e q u e s t i o n n a i r e s which w e r e
r e t u r n e d w e r e first t o r n a p a r t and
c l a s s i f i e d into a r e a f i e l d s . After
t h i s , t h e r e w a s a d i v i s i o n bv i n d i v i d u a l c o u r s e s and individual instructors.
T h e c o u r s e s w e r e e v a l u a t e d ind i v i d u a l l y by a p e r s o n u n c o n n e c t e d
with the p a r t i c u l a r field u n d e r c o n s i d e r a t i o n . T h i s w a s done to a s s u r e
freedom from b i a s .
Validity Sought
No c o u r s e w a s e v a l u a t e d u n l e s s
three carefully written r e p l i e s
were received.
T h e intent of the guide w a s to
c o v e r all c o u r s e s o u t s i d e the r e quired education c o u r s e s .
This
goal w a s not r e a c h e d due to a
poor return percentage.
This
l a c k i n g is e s p e c i a l l y a p p a r e n t on
the g r a d u a t e l e v e l .
T h e r e a c t i o n bv s t u d e n t s and
m o s t faculty h a s b e e n e n t h u s i a s t i c .
T h e only c o m p l a i n t s h a v e been the
i n a b i l i t y to r a t e all c o u r s e s and
the low n u m b e r of r e p l i e s u s e d to
rate some c o u r s e s .
All i n s t r u c t o r s w e r e t r e a t e d in
a m a n n e r the w r i t e r s c o n s i d e r e d
to be " g e n t l e . "
All c o p i e s of the guide w e r e
d i s t r i b u t e d in a m a t t e r of a few
hours.
Spread
page
A L B A N Y 3, N E W YORK FRIDAY, MAY
10, 1 9 6 3
m e n d i n g and thanking Mr. Krai
for h i s s i n g u l a r i n t e r e s t and o u t s t a n d i n g gift.
F o u r Albany S t a t e s u d e n t s a r e
f i n a l i s t s in the Albany T u l i p Q u o e n
C o n t e s t . Joanne G r o s s ' 6 5 , C a r o l e
Harvey ' 6 5 , Sandra Davis ' 6 6 , and
N o r m a J a c o b s o n ' 6 6 a r e now t a k i n g
p a r t in 1963 F e s t i v a l p r e l i m i n a r ies.
Eleven Finolittt Remain
Out of an o r i g i n a l field of 173
n o m i n e e s , only 11 now a r e f i n a l ists.
T h e s e 11 w e r e s e l e c t e d
f r o m 25 s e m i - f i n a l i s t s , s e v e r a l of
whom a t t e n d S t a t e . T h e g i r l s h a v e
b e e n i n t e r v i e w e d s e v e r a l t i m e s and
h a v e a t t e n d e d a tea given so that
o f f i c i a l s m i g h t get to know t h e m .
S e v e r a l m o r e i n t e r v i e w s a r e yet
to c o m e , a s well a s l u n c h e o n s with
Kappa D e l t a
Tonight from 8 to 12 the s i s t e r s
of KD will d a n c e to the m u s i c of
the G<dden R e r r i e s at the I t a l i a n
Renevolent society.
Mr, McHugh
and Mr. and M r s . Donald Donato
wi II c h a p e r o n e the p a r t y .
A c o c k t a i l h o u r at 6 wi 11 p r e c e d e
a d i n n e r at 7 and d a n c i n g f r o m 9
to 1 on S a t u r d a y night at the l o r n
S a w y e r M o t o r Inn. L a r r y J a c k s o n
a n d His Swingin' K n i g h t s will e n t e r t a i n at the f o r m a l
Dr. and
Mrs.
T h o r n e , Dr. a n d M r s . F a i r b a n k , and Dr. a n d M r s . T i b b e t t s
will c h a p e r o n e the d i n n e r - d a n c e .
On Sunday at 12 t h e r e will lie
a p i c n i c at T h a c h e r P a r k .
M a r c i a F n g l i s h ' 6 3 is the g e n e r a l c h a i r m a n of the w e e k e n d .
She is a s s i t e d by Anit P e p e ' 6 3 ,
program;
Ronnie H a v a s ' 6 4 , a r r a n g e m e n t s and d e c o r a t i o n s ; Mia
T h o m a s ' 6 4 , M a r y D a n c e ' 6 4 , anil
llona Rudnikas '66, picnic.
Gamma Kappa Phi
At m i d n i g h t tonight at the f o r m a l
d a n c e a J u n i o r G a m m a Kap will
be c r o w n e d Q u e e n of the 50th Ann i v e r s a r y W e e k e n d . T h e d a n c e will
be held f r o m 9 to 1 at R a f a e l ' s
w h i l e P a u l J a r v i s a n d His H i g h h a t s
entertain.
Dr. and M r s . Solnick
and M r . and M r s D e l o n g will e h a p e r o n e the d a n c e .
VOL.XLIX.NO.13
the J u n i o r C h a m b e r of C o m m e r c e
a n d m e e t i n g s with city o f f i c i a l s .
Fettival Sponiored by City
T h e F e s t i v a l , s p o n s o r e d by the
c i t y of Albany, h a s b e e n h e l d for
about the last ten y e a r s .
During
the w a r , the U. S. a i d e d o c c u p i e d
Holland, and in t h a n k s , e a c h s p r i n g ,
Holland s e n d s Albany t u l i p s , s i n c e
Albany w a s o r i g i n a l l y Dutch.
In r e t u r n , Albany a n n u a l l y h o l d s
the T u l i p F e s t i v a l .
In thi; c o u r s e of the F e s t i v a l the
g i r l s a r e quite b u s y , m e e t i n g
p e o p l e , o p e n i n g the T u l i p F l o w e r
Show today, v i s i t i n g s i t e s of p u b l i c
i n t e r e s t , and taking p a r t in p u b l i c
receptions.
Final Judging
T h e final j u d g i n g a n d s e l e c t i o n o f
the T u l i p Q u e e n will take p l a c e t h i s
a f t e r n o o n . T h e Queen will s t a y at
the Schine T e n F y c k Hotel for four
d a y s , f r o m S a t u r d a y until T u e s d a y
morning.
M e a l s will be p r o v i d e d
with the c o m p l i m e n t s of the h o t e l .
State's four finalists in the T u l i p Queen Contest take time out
from their busy schedule to pose for the News camera, (left to
right) Joanne Gross, Carole Harvey '65, Norma Josephson '66,
and Sandra Davis ' 6 6 .
KD, Gamma Kap, Psi Gam, & Sig Phi
To Close Spring Weekend Season
A s e c o n d s e s s i o n of s o r o r i t y
s o i r e e s will s w i n g into a c t i o n t o n i g h t s a s Kappa D e l t a , C a m m a
Kappa P h i , P s i G a m m a , and S i g m a Phi S i g m a b e g a n t h e i r a n n u a l
s p r i n g w e e k e n d s . I n c l u d e d in the
m a n y f e s t i v i t i e s will be G a m m a
K a p ' s 50th a n n i v e r s a r y c e l e b r a tion.
4
Tulip Queen Finalists Include Four State Co-eds
Judging and Final Selection to Take Place Today
T h e guide is now b e i n g u s e d by
h u n d r e d s of g r a t e f u l s t u d e n t s a s
they w o r k on p r e - r e g i s t r a t i o n .
Handmade University Seal Replica
Presented by Retiring Staff Member
Dedication and initiative usually
a t t r i b u t e d to only a s m a l l p o r t i o n
of o u r s t u d e n t body, h a v e b e e n
shown by a r e t i r i n g m e m b e r o f t h e
U n i v e r s i t y ' s m a i n t e n a n c e staff. On
T u e s d a y m o r n i n g , A p r i l 30th, Mr.
Jack Krai presented a seal-plaque
to P r e s i d e n t C o l l i n s in h i s office.
A
A buffet will be held at the h o u s e
f r o m 4 to 6 p . m . T h e n f r o m 8 to
12 the s i s t e r s will d a n c e to the
m u s i c of the Golden R e r r i e s at
the K n i g h t s of C o l u m b u s Hall.
M i s s R o y a n n s a l m will c h a p e r o n e
the " S u p r e s s e d D e s i r e s " p a r t y .
\t 1 o ' c l o c k on Sunday, a p i c n i c
will be held at T h a c h e r P a r k .
Sally Van R i p e r ' 6 3 is g e n e r a l
c h a i r m a n , and is a s s i s t e d by P i r e t
Kutt '64.
Pii Gommo
the s i s t e r s
F r i d a y f r o m 8 to 12
Id t h e i r inof P s i G a m m a will ho
K n i g h t s of
f o r m a l p a r t y at the
and M r s .
C o l u m b u s Hall.
Mr.
Mrs.
Gary
I . a m a n a and Mr. and
the p a r t y .
J a d w i n will c h a p e r o n e
['he N a t u r a l s will e n t e r t a i n at
the f o r m a l d a n c e at 9 which will
be p r e c e d e d by a d i n n e r at 7:30
at the Inn Towne Motor Hotel.
111 * c h a p e r o n e s for the d i n n e r and
d a n c e will be Mr. and M r s . J a d w n
and M r . and M r s . McKinnon.
Sigma P h i Sigma
Tonight from 8 to 12 the s i s t e r s
of Sig Phi will be " i m p r i s o n e d "
at the C i r c l e Inn. The " M i s f i t s "
will e n t e r t a i n the i n c a r c e r a t e d s i s t e r s , t h e i r d a t e s , and the c h a p e r o n e s.
Lenny R i c a r d i and His O r c h e s t r a will p r o v i d e d a n c e m u s i c f r o m
9 to 12 for the f o r m a l d i n n e r - d a n c e
to be h e l d at the C r o o k e d L a k e
Hotel
D r . and M r s . A n d r e w s ,
D r . a n d M r s . C a r r i n o , Dr. and M r s .
K o u v e l , D r . and M r s . M u n r o , M r .
a n d M r s . H o r o w i t z , and Mr. a n d
Mrs
S t a l e y will c h a p e r o n e the
formal.
On Sunday, the p i c n i c will be
held at T h a c h e r P a r k
D o r i s W e x l e r '64 is g e n e r a l
c h a i r m a n of the w e e k e n d ; h e r c o c h a i r m a n is Lois Steinberg '64.
\ s s i s t i n g a r e R a r b a r a Lang ' 6 3 ,
e n t e r t a i n m e n t , and Sheila S t o m w a s s e r '64, p r o g r a m s .
S a t u r d a y , the T u l i p Rail will
t a k e p l a c e at the M a n g e r - D e W i t t
Clinton Hotel from 9 til 1.
A p u b l i c r e c e p t i o n will be held
Sunday in Washington P a r k at 3
p.m.
Trip at Priie
The Q u e e n will leave Albany
May 20, via A m e r i c a n A i r l i n e s
for s e v e r a l d a y s in New Y o r k City
and W a s h i n g t o n , D.C., r e t u r n i n g
May 27.
In the w o r d s of one of the fin a l i s t s , N o r m a J a c o b s o n , the F e s tival so far " h a s b e e n a f a n t a s t i c
e x p e r i e n c e , hut w e ' r e not l o o k i n g
f o r w a r d to the final j u d g i n g a t a l l . "
Circle K Revives Art of Service
Men Aid College and Community
\ r e vou vniir b r o t h e r ' s k e e p e r ' 1
I h e a p p a r e n t l y lost a r t of s e r v i c e
is b e i n g r e v i v e d h e r e at S t a t e bv
a new o r g a n i z a t i o n , G i r t d e K.
What is C i r c l e K'' I t ' s a s e r v ice o r g a n i z a t i o n for voting m e n
which is a f f i l i a t e d with K i w a n i s .
'This (dub h a s a s its o b j e c t i v e s ,
" T o p r o v i d e an o p p o r t u n i t y for
l e a d e r s h i p t r a i n i n g in s e r v i c e ; to
s e r v e on the c a m p u s and in the
c o m m u n i t y ; to e n c o u r a g e p a r t i c i p a t i o n in g r o u p a c t i v i t i e s ; to p r o m o t e good f e l l o w s h i p and high
scholarship."
Since S e n a t e ' s a p p r o v a l on M a r c h 27, the C i r c l e K
h a s a t t e m p t e d to fulfill t h e s e o b jectives.
On c a m p u s , m e m b e r s of t h i s
g r o u p h a v e h e l p e d the staff of
Vv SU \ to d i g the d i t c h and lay the
c a b l e s for the r a d i o s e r v i c e to
Alden-Vs a t e r h u r y , while o t h e r s a r e
d o n a t i n g t h e i r t i m e to the c o m m u n i t y by d r i v i n g s t a t i o n w a g o n s
for the Red C r o s s
Future plans
i n c l u d e a c a r w a s h in o r d e r to
finance the t r i p of two r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s to a r e c e n t D i s t r i c t c o n v e n tion.
O r g a n i z e d on an i n t e r n a t i o n a l
b a s i s , C i r c l e K is then s u b d i v i d e d
into d i s t r i c t s and local c l u b s . R e c e n t l y , at the New Y o r k D i s t r i c t
C o n v e n t i o n , held in R m g h a m t o n ,
f r o m A p r i l 1 9 - 2 1 , Mbany State w a s
well r e p r e s e n t e d by L a r r y A m e s
and 'Tom J o n e s . At t h i s m e e t i n g ,
L a r r y was e l e c t e d LieutenantG o v e r n o r of D i s t r i c t 5, and is c u r r e n t l y s e r v i n g h i s t e r m of office.
The I n t e r n a t i o n a l C o n f e r e n e e
will be held \ u g u s t 2 6 - 2 9 , in N o r folk, V i r g i n i a .
Next W e d n e s d a y , May 15, all
S t a t e s m e n a r e invited to a t t e n d an
open m e e t i n g of C i r c l e K.
This
will be the f i r s t s t e p t o w a r d a n u p coming membership drive.
Among the c u r r e n t m e m b e r s a r e
Frank Jahelka, president;
Larry
A m e s , vice p r e s i d e n t ; T o m J o n e s ,
t r e a s u r e r ; Phil C o c c i a , s e c r e t a r y ;
Bill Goggin, P e p P i z z i l l o , J a c k
Cornell,
Ralph R e i s l e r , J o h n
C l a r k , Don M c G u r r i n , F r e d C u l b e r t , Rob R a r r e t t e , a n d P a u l
Draus
Anyone w i s h i n g to know
m o r e alniut the (dub s h o u l d s e e
one of t h e s e m e m b e r s .
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STATE U N I V E R S I T Y N E W S , FRIDAY,
SU News Hails Course Additions
We of t h e State
University
News w i s h t o e x t e n d OUT*
wholehearted congratulations to all those responsible
for the additions to our c u r r i c u l u m .
The schedule of c l a s s e s we have all been using for
p r e - r e g i s t r a t i o n r e v e a l s many joyous finds.
The new c o u r s e s range far and wide and include new
c o u r s e s in virtually e v e r y field.
We especially rejoice at seeing the addition of two
new languages — Italian and P o r t u g u e s e . We feel this
addition is long overdue.
The c u r r i c u l u m has been improved by changing two
hour c o u r s e s to t h r e e hour c o u r s e s . Also, for the first
t i m e , t h e r e is a decent selection of history c o u r s e s on
the 100 level. History shows the biggest i n c r e a s e in
c o u r s e s with 24 h o u r s offered for the f i r s t time on the
100 and 200 levels.
F o r the first t i m e , J u n i o r s will be allowed into some
200 level c o u r s e s without complicated special p e r m i s sions.
New Campus Colossus
The plan for the Student Union on the new campus can
s e r v e as a perfect example of poor planningor even the
complete lack of planning.
Many organizations which a r e now growing at fantastic
r a t e s will be confined to a r e a s no l a r g e r than the rooms
available in the Union in Brubacher.
The StateUniversityNews is but one example of this.
T h e r e was no request from the various organizations a s
to how much room o r how many rooms would be needed.
As a r e s u l t many organizations a r e complaining.
The design of the building, while esthetically pleasing
to some a r t i s t s , is a poor excuse for a lack of careful
planning.
The building includes a central lobby which is 60
feet long and 60 feet wide. It is also a ridiculous three
s t o r i e s high. It is only through the long and c e a s e l e s s
efforts of a few of our college a d m i n i s t r a t o r s that this
lobby did not maintain its original m e a s u r e m e n t s of
a one hundred foot s q u a r e .
The e n t i r e office a r e a , anrl meeting room section,
is planned around this central a i r bag. It does not
m a t t e r to the planners that the building is so designed
that our p r e s e n t typewriter pool service would have to
be abandoned or increased in size by three or four
t i m e s — at student expense. This is but one example
of probable r e s u l t s .
It s e e m s to us that, since the State is being so filthy
generous in donating us poor paupers this 70 million
dollar c o l o s s u s , a little planning could be done before
rushing headlong into this vast project.
Our requests for changes have met with the usual
a s s u r i n g words anrl lack of action. If immediate steps
a r e not taken by our administration, the new campus
will become the most beautiful s e r i e s of u s e l e s s buildings since the recent craze- for building monuments in
Washington, D. C.
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EDITORIAL
The " i n t e l l e c t u a l apathy" of
which David Boroff accused us
back in the fall of '61 seems to
have lessened considerably since
that time.
This can be seen by the various
publications on campus that have
recently come to prominence, the
controversies and di s c u s s i o n s
within the student body, the improved P r i m e r , the newly formed
Student Peace Group, and so on.
Now there is another indication
of this: lately, through discussions
with fellow students, we have noticed an interest in the possibility
of our college appearing on College Bowl.
TECHNICAL
f e i l i r i K ' j l Supervisor
Assistants
Claudia Colbert,
STAFF
Susan T h o m p s o n
Judy C o n g e r , D o n n a N o l a n , L i n d a Stacy
SiVtnhold
Now that w e have a c h i e v e d o u r
status as a U n i v e r s i t y , we a r e on
a l e v e l with o t h e r s c h o o l s a p p e a r i n g on the p r o g r a m . O n e student
has,
in fact, w r i t t e n to C o l l e g e
B o w l , i n q u i r i n g about the p r o c e d u r e of s e l e c t i n g schools and s t u dents to a p p e a r on the p r o g r a m .
T h e r e p l y stated that a request
f r o m a school o f f i c i a l was n e c e s s a r y to s e c u r e this i n f o r m a t i o n .
C o u l d n ' t the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n look
into t h i s ' ' S u r e l y we have enough
i n t e l l i g e n t students h e r e who could
w e l l r e p r e s e n t our school as a
C o l l e g e Bowl t e a m .
Pat Jewell
Agnes Luti
Teacher Protests
Rating of Course
My attention
the publication,
have read the
the Guide with
more regret.
has been drawn to
Course Guide. I
relevant parts of
much interest and
"Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?
Thou are more lovely and more temperate."
Shakespeare
FOOD OR FODDER?
T h e r a t i o n s of the b a r r a c k s s e e m to have hit an a l l l i m e low in 'In
past few w e e k s .
Sundry dishes r e s e m b l i n g e v e r y t h i n g f r o m n n
paddy r e j e c t s to w a r m e d o v e r c l u m p s of
-, s p e a k i n g it
. what about the p i l e that Jointly c o m p l i m e n t s the odo: it
s e w e r and b e a u t i f u l l y g r a c e s the left c o r n e r o f W a t e r b u r y ' s d o r m 11>-]<
entrance"
As i f the b a r n y a r d a t m o s p h e r e w e r e n ' t e n o u g h , m u s t tin
sun w o r s h i p p e r s leave part of t h e i r p e r s o n a l i t i e s s t r e w n all o-..-i
d o r m fields.
P e r h a p s a few t r a s h c a n s would r e m e d y the s i l u i i i - . n
W h i l e w e ' r e in the a r e a , the m o r a l s of B r u b a c h e r " l a d i e s " s l m . l go up five points when the l o v e - s e a t s a r e r e p l a c e d by s t u d y d . - k a n d h a r d , w a l l - t o - w a l l b e n c h e s in the date r o o m s .
But in the •: I,
love c o n q u e r s a l l .
REJECTOR ACCEPT?
A s s u m i n g that t h o s e who a r e
i n v o l v e d in the p a s s i o n a r e not
i n c a p a b l e of j u d g m e n t (both f a c u l t y
and s t u d e n t s ) ; I w i s h to p o i n t out
just one u n f o r t u n a t e i n s t a n c e o f
what
in P a r l i a m e n t a r y
language
is c a l l e d a t e r m i n o l o g i c a l inexa c t i t u d e about m y F r e s h m a n C o m position class.
1 r e f e r s p e c i f i c a l l y to the s t a t e m e n t that I a s s i g n t o p i c s in m v
classes.
Except
for
the f i r s t
t h e m e , the s t u d e n t s in m y c l a s s e s
not o n l y c h o o s e t h e i r t o p i c s hut
a r e r e q u i r e d to do so.
Indeed,
o n e o f t h e i r p r o b l e m s i s the c h o i c e
of suitable topics.
I h a v e , o f c o u r s e , I r i e d to d i s s u a d e m v s t u d e n t s w h e n they have
t r i e r l to w r i t e t h e i r r e s e a r c h pa p e r s on s u c h t o p i c s as " a i r po]
l u t i o n " o r " s o m e aspect o| h i o l
o g y " w i t h o u t Hue r e g a r d to the
e x p e r i m e n t a l n a t u r e of the t o p i c s
a n d a l s o t h o s e s t u d e n t s who w a n t e d
exercise
Gammon-State/i
0 TEMPORA, 0 MORES!!!
To the Editor:
their
intellectual
in
d e p e n d e n c e w i t h o u t r e g a r d to a r t i s t i c t a s t e , l i k e the one who w a u l e d
to w r i t e r u t i n - t h a n one i h e r n c on
" h o m o s e x u a 111v "
IS t o I n - h o p e d
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nl
e x p r e s s i o n \ M | | nol have f o i i t s
l i a s is I r e e i l i i n , I r o m l a r - l s , in un
In- i Ithy s y m p t o m m liodv e u l e m u K. S. N o r a y o n u
Ruo
S e e m s l i k e a c e r t a i n w i z a r d i s I r v i n g to w a v e h i s m a g i c wand :
o r d e r to e x c l u d e a c e r t a i n B r a v e and v e r y C o m p e t e n t i n d i v i d u a l !r -n
the h a l l o w e d round t a b l e o f the A n c i e n t and \ f f a b l e B o a r d o f a t h h - '
contest s u p e r v i s o r s .
Aren't competence, efficiency, knowledge, u
m o r e than a m p l e e x p e r i e n c e the p r o p e r q u a l i f i c a t i o n s f o r snrri'-oi..to f i l l this p o s i t i o n 0
C o u l d it be that t h e r e a r e o t h e r q u a l i f i c i n .:;•
We wonder if
A c e b a n r l a g e s and c a s t s h a v e s u d d e n l y b e c o m e the o r d e r < . ' " : weekends.
T h e r e a r e t w o p l a u s i b l e r e a s o n s f o r t h i s - e i t h e r tin- ' '
t h a t the l o c a t i o n s a r e so f a r f r o m M b a n y that s t u d e n t s e n d a n g e r n
l i v e s by b e i n g f o r c e d to d r i v e ; o r the i m m a t u r e a n d i r r e s p o n s i b l e •'
t i t u d e o f t h o s e who v a l u e m a n y g l a s s e s o f b e e r o v e r t h e i r o w n 1
L e t ' s hope that in the f u t u r e s t u d e n t s a r e c a p a b l e o f d r i v i n g , d r i n k
anrl thinking without t a x i n g t h e m s e l v e s e x c e s s i v e l y .
AMBIGUOUS AUTHORSHIP-WELL, ALMOST
H u m o r has it that a c e r t a i n m e m b e r of the l a s t S u p p e r (win •
l a t e r be hung b e f o r e he can squander h i s t h i r t y p i e c e s of S I K . - M
the I n f o r m e r w i l l b e c o m e o u r f r e s h m e n c o u n t e r p a r t s in \ m l . '
Journalism.
Since it w i l l be C o m m o n l y S t a l e d , n s h o u l d be c o m k n o w n by a l l to p r e p a r e (he f r e s h m e n c l a s s f o r the f o r t h c o n i n . . ' ' , ;
s l i n g i n g vendetta,
LOST WEEKENDS
W h e r e w i l l a l l the G r e c i a n s g o " S i g n e d out l o r I n iw t v . " „
Me c l o s e r than v o u t h i n k
T h e s e l i t t l e w h i t e l i e s c o u l d le id I
pro.
T h i s m e e t i n g is to a n s w e r any
a n d a l l q u e s t i o n s anyone has about
the changes in the H i v a l r v P r o gram.
M e m b e r s of Senate a r e
u r g e d to attend to f a c i l i t a t e the
p r o c e d u r e s at the Senate m e e t i n g
which w i l l a p p r o v e the b i l l
I f t h e r e w a s anyone to b l a m e f o r
the o u t b r e a k of a l l the r u m o r s
which s t a r t e d d u r i n g the days p r e c e d i n g H e l l N i g h t , it was I o r those
people
who m i s u n d e r s t o o d the
s t a n d a r d s set down b y l . S . C . T h e r e
w a s no s t a t e m e n t i s s u e d f r o m any
administrators
concerning H e l l
Night save that it should begin
a f t e r the p l e d g e s had e a t e n ,
The a r t i c l e concerningthe " T a t t l e - t a l e S h e e t s " w a s , to m y o p i n ion, a second i n d i c a t i o n of m i s u n d e r s t a n d i n g on the p a r t of the
writers. A committee composedof
students and A d m i n i s t r a t i o n w a s
c r e a t e d in F e b r u a r y to look into
the p r o b l e m s of the s o c i a l r e g u lations at I ' n i v e r s i t y
functions.
Much of what w a s c o n t a i n e d in
those r e p o r t s is a r e s u l t of these
meetings.
I s i n c e r e l y feel that
these s h e e t s m a y be a s t e p in the
d i r e c t i o n of c r e a t i n g b e t t e r u n d e r s t a n d i n g b e t w e e n f a c u l t y and s t u dents in the a r e a of c h a p e r o n a g e .
B e f o r e the advent of these f o r m s
students w e r e u n s u r e of the d e l e gation of a u t h o r i t y and r e s p o n s i b i l i t y f o r o r g a n i z a t i o n of and c o n duct at s o c i a l functions. P e r h a p s
be the case.
Of the other articles in the column I shall not comment save that
they were in poor taste. I should
strongly urge that the Common
Staters adhere to the purposes of
their column — the constructive
criticism of a r e a s and incidents
which the individual o r the University has been injured.
Smarm* Murphy '64
who has b e e n d e v o t e d to the d u t i e s
of h e r jxxsition.
E v e r y o n e w i l l a g r e e that the s a r c a s m a n d " w i s e " statements which
a p p e a r e v e r y w e e k in the C o m m o n s t a t e r a r e a m u s i n g . T h i s is t r u e
when we a r e h u m o r o u s l y c r i t i c i z i n g o u r c l a s s m a t e s and school a c tivities.
R u t , no m a t u r e student, u s i n g
any amount of i n t e l l i g e n c e , would
a s s u m e the r e s p o n s i b i l i t y to d e g r a d e o r m a k e fun of a p e r s o n
s e r v i n g in such a
supervisory
capacity.
Girls Refute Quips
Levied on Sorority
To the Editor:
It s e e m s that the C o m m o n s t a t e r
has c e r t a i n l y o v e r s t e p p e d its
bounds this past w e e k .
It is one
t h i n g to be t e a s e d in a c o m p l i m e n tary
m a n n e r about b o w s , knee
s o c k s , and a m o r t g a g e d bouse.
Rut when one o r two have the
a u d a c i t y to a s s u m e that a H o b e s p i e r r e is c o n t r o l l i n g the n a m e l e s s
s o r o r i t y house on State S t r e e t ,
they a r e not onlv i n s u l t i n g the
n a m e l e s s s o r o r i t y g i r l s , but a l s o
the p e r s o n in q u e s t i o n .
( ) u r dea r C o m m o n s t a t e r f r i e n d s ,
we f i r m l y b e l i e v e that vou have no
right to u n j u s t i f i a b l y c r i t i c i z e one
Gerald Drug Co.
217 Western Ave
Alb*ny, N. Y.
Sara Sterling
Mary Lou Malna
SUPPORT
1963 MOVING
UP DAY
ON SATURDAY
MAY 18
Phone 6-3610
MONDAY-MAY 13 is the
DEADLINE
for ordering
Caps and Gowns in the
\ l last w e e k ' - Senate m e e t i n g ,
M Y S K A N I \ p r e s e n t e d a new and
m l , - r e s t i n g idea f o r student govei-ninenl
nit I m o r e pa r l i e u l a r l v ,
l o r MYSK \ M \.
l - ' r e d e r i c k <;. S u n l i t , I he c h a i r m in ol M Y S K \ M \ , o p e n e d llu- re
m a r k s w d h a s t a t e m e n t that I n s
Ui-nup has
formed a committee
w h i c h w i l l d e a l w i t h d e l m i n g the
r o l e s ol
I In - Ih r i ' i - I't i n c h e s o l
m i l p r e s e n t e d the p r o b l e m o f M Y S K\NI\
a c t i n g as a c o u r l and n l
s e i t a l e a c t i n g as a t r u e l e g i s l a l u r e - that i s p a s s a c t u a l l e g i s
lalion.
T v o p o i n t e d out that M Y S K W I A
has d e c i d e d o n l y one r e a l c a s e in
the last l o u r y e a r s . T h i s one c a s e
w a s thai w h i c h f o l l o w e d the I ' o r t land lourna m e n l .
government
Smith
SCHOLASTIC E X C E L L E N C E " "
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Three Branchet, Represented
H o u s i n g p r o l i l e m s have s t r u c k s u m m e r s e s s i o n is w-ll
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Me t r i p l i n g f o r s u m m e r s c h o o l
\ , , w i h , | w e ' v e ,11
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s c h o o l c a t a l o g u e , n d o e s n ' t look Ih il w t y , due to Un- p , u c i l \ -,!
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departments.
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expose
llu-
Plunnod
mil that
committee
Hue
one
will
nature
id
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be
secret social group.
T h e l i r s l m e e t i n g o l t i n s joint
committee
will
Me h e l d III the
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S a u c y H . m m . i n n ) , and Slu
and
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small
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m e m b e i s o l senate who wall s e r v e
on llu- c o n , m i n e - .
j u l n i |I'yn, the v i c e c h a i r m a n
ol MYSK \ M \ , spoke a l t e r S m i t h
I ' I I \ . 11. •
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I uesday at
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wishing
Saturday
6:00 p.m.
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7:30 p.m.
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Student
NOTICE
Rivalry
\ n open m e e t i n g to d i s c u s s the
K i v . i l r y M i l l w i l l In- held Sunday,
May
1'- in M i u
p r i v a t e dining
r o o m , at 9:00 p m
To the Editor:
Last w e e k ' s C o m m o n Stater d i s p l a y e d the m o s t f l a g r a n t v i o l a t i o n
of a l l s t a n d a r d s of d i s c r e t i o n , and
showed a r e a l i g n o r a n c e of s o m e
important
f a c t s and c o n s i d e r a tions.
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timing of their issuance sugStudent Objects To the
gests that this was an attempt to
gather evidence against fraterniHell Night Comments ties,
but 1 do not believe this to
Many r e c e n t i s s u e s of the Common Stater have come
under fire for what they have had to say, and the way
they have been saying' it. Since it is important that
the r e a d e r s b e t t e r understand this column, we would
like to present a Common Stater Philosophy.
The Common S t a r e r is a student editorial o r feature
column to be written by m e m b e r s of the student body
who a r e very close to most aspects of Campus life. It
is their job to take a very long and close look at our
student body, the faculty, the administration, and any
other issue which is concerned in some way with the
University.
Accordingly they find faults, humorous situations,
and p r a i s e - w o r t h y happenings to comment on. They
can be blunt or sublte, ironic or bitingiy s a r c a s t i c ,
humorous or s e r i o u s . It is up to oach set of Common
S t a t e r s to formulate their own philosophy.
Naturally the News itself has a philosophy of the
true function of this column, which they convey to the
w r i t e r s . Basically, we feel that the Common Stater is
a student column which through a c r e a t i v e style of
writing uncovers, exposes, and c o m m e n t s on i s s u e s
pertinent to the University.
They should deal with
i s s u e s and groups a s opposed to individuals.
Some items may be humorous and s a r c a s t i c just
for the sake of entertainment, hut in general they
should attempt to deal with real i s s u e s . These i s sues should IK1 handled with a positive purpose.
Some t i m e s the m e r e presentation of a subject o r
situation will help lead to correction. Some people
have a lot to say, but do nothing about the situation,
when it appears in the open, the truth h u r t s , and
often prods them off their sedentary s e a t s .
Much of the fault of the Common Stater, if one s e r iously e x i s t s , is in the way it is read. People seem
to think it is gospel, but it is far from this. It is noteditorial policy, it is not always undisputable fact,
and to lie mentioned in it does not damn you for life.
It should be read with an open-unbiased mind. The
s a r c a s m , irony and humor should lie enjoyed.
The
i s s u e s presented should be thought about but not e x aggerated.
It is a column pertaining to and completely involved
with the i n t r i c a s i e s of our school. It does not have to
apply to any group other than the students who attend
and take an active part in our University.
We would like to invite students, faculty, and administration alike to submit l e t t e r s e x p r e s s i n g their
views on the Common Stater.
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STATION WSUA HAS SEMESTER OF SUCCESS
Argyros & Campisi to Manage WSUA in 1963-64
Future Plans Include Poll of Student Music Tastes
'65,
On May 2, Nick A r g y r o s ' 6 5 , and
Ron
Campisi
Manager
'65,
and Assistant
respectively,
WSUA.
were
Rywick
elected
Manager,
of radio
station
stations
period
directors
in the
as follows:
Hard-working
staff
plans
schedules
in main control
Hard-
room,
Gerry
Financial
Director;
'65,
Hughes
positions
Terdiman
and
Popular
'66, Show
cast
Music;
Music;
broadcasts
putting
"W",
been
Dave
and Art
of U n i v e r s i t y
with
in
have \\ i,,
o:i(lit in Student
I;iil
addressed
the
will
those
dorms.
immediately
when
news
Duane White
the
service
Work
after-
radio
was
Spring
many modern Italian w r i t -
ers,
Cesare
with
themes
Pavese
often
deals
does
he d e s i r e s
WSUA To Continue to Inform
And to Entertain Quad Residents
he develops his works with a controlled
restraint
which
subtlety and significant
provides
underlying
meaning.
and h i s
strength
as a w r i t e r
rests with his c h a r a c t e r i z a t i o n and
mastery.
characters
most
are
passes
by Nick Argyros, Station Manager
station, a long-awaited dream, has
become
afunctioning
Through
the efforts
ander
'64,
Anthony
often
Although
lack
the
his
great
stature
critical
less
of Silone's
readers.
glorious,
but
They
they
are
It
his
i s only
after
father's
land
begins
mation.
Sterile Lite at Teacher
Alex-
WSUA
went on
the a i r Feb. 22.
The WSUA staff has since m a i n purpose of the
Constitution:
more
effective
to contribute
communication to
the student body by broadcasting
musical entertainment and useful
information
i n the
studio.
We wish to emphasize that WSUA
our
university.
WSUA
in t h e House on the H i l l .
the
lives
future
His
"And
even
of,
for,
and by State
policy
creasing
the
will
be upheld, i n -
special
events
pro-
g r a m m i n g and expandingintoother
features
of special
student i n -
terest.
Poll Plonned
A student
poll taken in the near
science,
entific
Visitors
are welcomed at these hours.
WSUA
WSUA broadcasts on the F.C.C.
assigned frequency of 640 k i l o cycles on a closed c i r c u i t
for
Nick
carrier-
Argyros
and
Ron
Campisi
(both
sitting)
dictate
their
com-
mands to the lower ranks of WSUA.
c u r r e n t of 8 watts.
For
of this
sere-
the
as
remainder
residents.
m e s t e r , the p r o g r a m m i n g w i l l
main
the
the quad
it has been
hours
pops
of 6-8
music;
show
8-9
music;
News
time
p.m.
folk
9-10
10-11 c l a s s i c s .
will
in the
past:
will
hear
music
mood
Special
and
music;
State U.
be at 6:55 and 11
Interest
The
frustrations
of g r o w i n g
pains have plagued WSUA
A
major
problem
broadcasters
source
will
has
of records.
be alleviated
WSUA
private
will
start
broadcasting
This
problem
next year when
building
its
own
This
was organized as a
l i v i n g in the quad. The poll inquired
of
tastes
times.
organizations,"
lated
college
came
and
experience
Radio
Council
radio
and
to " p r o v i d e
for students."
facilities,
went,
Station
around
the '62-63 school veai ..r '
31.
Programming will
the
first
dav
re- •
and
frustrations
taken, but nothing
Actions Begun
Station Committee,
headed by acting
Alexander
toward obtaining
formuof this
Station
'64,
Manager
took
a student
steps
owned
and operated station.
The otherin
the
girls
The
Rill
work
do
of D r . \nthonv •).
U'SU \
Alexander,
faculty
and
advisor-,
Don
Mien,
about
smiled
talk
other
"talking"
home.
during
the s p r i n g
Senate ap-
f o r WSUA
and
and construction
began
ol
im-
said " y e s "
here
and then
how
many
at State have
as to what
on just
goes
HI
I'd
like
else
to tell
her
hour
how
called
must
write
song,
the
artists,
( in this
down
the
name
the
and
lakes the
the a Ir
song
I'hese
"i
my
to play
beck's
lot'
m i
then
director
I'hey
will
take
part
"Hig
111
I " plav
''ase
announcer
I'his
il in the near lulure
ol diipliiMtion, the h r s l
reqiicstiiig gels prefer-
a change
is the
in i h e i r
reason
for
program
l i l i n g oil,
When our
logs
nothing
are
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approved, I
l(lJ 1|n||
| ,,)(l
day ol my p r o g r a m
theme,
the
U U
A c l o s e - u p of the main broadcasting c o n s o l e .
but i t ' s
The imposing-looking cabinet at loft looks quite offi
only an old f i l i n g cabinet WSUA i n s t a l l e d to fool the peasants.
I
, , r : U , i : , ) 0 )
e g 1 n T i ; :
' '
' " "
Zf
, ' • ' ; ' ^ " ' y
records and
••'«»,I g up l o r the show.
'
ali,JUt
f
've nunutes before we
she
that
the
seeks
the
I start
however,
has
boy
lover,
he
meets
and learns
a son.
He
is his
son, and he
woman.
still
The
relationship i s
a great
concern
for her and the boy.
boa rd is a 11111• •
things
go
have
to c o m m i t
into |- r
lack
are
to l i f e .
dead
— if
become
shows his
have " inslanl
.Seniors, each
The
at
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l;
l v
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10:15
turn
I1
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class
with
11 can
will
V ' " ' " " •>
Next, I have
switch
lines
till il I 11 ilt n.illv.
was
University
the
Mav
will
will
I ha\e
to i i• ite• n.'•
so III it
hi' on
tin
io I n - . i
nig and then
turn
I|M
ci I
linn
I' '
11 up A le n I
on tile next reeoi d
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| o , s ol fun
week
"Happy"
to M r s .
Murphy
has
standard
hearer
in
Friday
procession of
to be
r i d of her.
complications
nosev
and
arise
to hide
Angela
landlady
(Norma
his friend
Halibut
landlady
for a rousing finale.
played
everyone
The
to perfection
and
their
bubbling
Heretofore,
the
Governor
hard-hitting,
a c t r e s s , Arleen R m -
considered
the man
likely
to succeed
In securing
coveted
prize,
most
the
but, ever since the
"tax-fee"
controversy
revelations
of scandal in the State
ler's
Authority,
position
and
Mr.
the
Rockefel-
Max
professionally
Apprehension
display
itself
news of his
is beginning to
noticeably
with
the
re-marriage.
was
sincere
Various
the
reasons
r o l e : Michael Click
intense young man s e a r c h -
ing for truth was sensitive.
tide
have been
has liccn
one
speaker
classes.
from
They
class with l i t t l e
an outstanding
identities
in 1914 when i l Inthe
of a l l
Kmphasis
achievement
moving up of
the
afternoon.
Each
and
Also,
They
seem
•1 ; of the .Junior class is named to
Signum Laudis
This year,
University
to feel
that
the
di-
will
be an-
of
and his old wife (Brenda
Caswell).
his
all
in the eyes of many
Namely,
vote,
they
site
voters.
the
female
women now outnumber
voters;
ularly
the
Catholic
in the
"Bible
Belt"
South;
and
and s o - c a l l e d
of the
Conservative
Granted,
vote; p a r t i c -
cities
the
male
Midwest
members
and
of the
Protestant sects.
these
time,
are only,
It told t h e i r story
from
The books
will
complications
form
of government,
original
significance of
numerals
actual
moving
up
has
been
However, it Is s t i l l symltolic
of the upward move we ant making
in the college community.
The t r a d i t i o n of the class speak-
the
form
in front
their class
of Draper Hall
where the Ivy Speech w i l l be given
as
the
Campus Queen plants
is a c o l o r f u l and meaning-
tradition
of our
which
the
entire
should
support.
school,
student
See
appear
pretty
i t s most
orator,
ymr
one
body
there.
but
They
like
play
ing.
And
boring,
belived
in the
Godot, the o r a t o r
realized.
is verbally
action-
when
a play
i t becomes
becomes
embarrassing
to the audience.
Richard Rogers and Brenda
con-
the
Grand
and
turn
well-
down
the
comes
National
tion
cannot
lightly
immense
and it
didate
will
to
Convention
to- sew
as did Mr
up the
N i x o n in
disregard
showing he
have
Kennedy
surprised
once
again
Governor
Rockefeller
w i l l have
technical
the
acting and d i r e c t i o n were s u -
perb.
his
in '(">4
Senator Barry Gold-
of \ r i z o n a
most
promises
formidable
\rizonian
rival.
Conservative
to be
This
seems to
One
thing
tellectually
There
will
I would
not
to their battle-
is for sure, however,
spectacle
be much on-the-floor-
action as well as behind the scenes
\nd
after
program,
ment
deals
have
been made, and all the
Party's
issues
siderable
man
steam
however,
Ins
appeal
sively
also,
is not
to the
confined exclu-
West
have
been
and all
resolved,
the
one
Will emerge the victor'. V\ ho"
must be
able to convince the delegates that
and South -\nt\
Anna Marie's
he w i l l have to gam the sup-
port necessary to buck the [xtwerLiberal
which
faction
has
publican
of the
dominated
convention
every
since
party
Re-
be
able
might
d off
become
possibly
should the
deadlocked in
Rockefeller-'loldwater
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1940.
at present, tins
I literal
to pull
Convention
a
third
stale-
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publican
appeal
he is the
Governor
first
as a
Re-
potentially h a r m f u l labels; and his
1930 to the
The show w i l l start at
The p e r f o r m -
w i l l be served.
The
show w i l l include examples
and commentary
music
from
music
will
to i l l u s t r a t e
be
reminiscent
of the
of the Dorseys,
and a host
attend
Build
the
1930 to present. The
Wayne
of others.
Plan
f o r an educational
and
up your dancing muscles,
F r i d a y , May 10th SCO is sponsoring a dance marathon in B r u Game
This
will
be prompt.
break
coffee
be served.
start
There
every
be a five
hour
and soft
The
at 7:30 —
will
during
drinks
sign
will
up sheet is
available in the SCI) office
SCO
will
present
Barry
Korn-
f e l d , noted folk singer, on May 19th
at 3:30 in B r u Lower Lounge. Many
of
you w i l l
remember
him
as he
was here with Molly Scott last year.
At
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open
of Michigan in
fourteen y e a r s ; the absence of any
" \ H i s t o r y of
from
in B r u , MI)R.
l 'inkle
Romney?
personal
great
"It's a Great Day fur MOM,
mate
campaigner,
entitled
B i g Band Music
has
and
choice seems to be pickingup con-
done,
all
said
as the
sensually
SCO b r i n g s the sound of the B i g
be a
Republicans
been
him
and
Bands to our campus May 15th. The
Room.
maneuvering.
excellent;
SUO To Swing
At Dance Marathon
King,
to be a rousing
was
They were professional and
chance
have a wide following a nil I he moveto push
end
e v e r y t h i n g j e l l e d to make them i n -
the best
turned
it was
The plays themselves were good,
sounds
if the
were
effective;
the
thai he
and, while not prone
prophesying,
bit
alive.
lighting
unobtrusive and successful.
many,
sea r r e d he ro
19fi().
very
f u n - f i l l e d evening.
Mr,
the
still
but
and
to
very unlikely that any canvotes
simple
with
ance w i l l be free and refreshments
segment of the popula-
is believed by
would
characterizations
setting
of any of defeating the indomitable
seems
enter'
'The
personal appeal
o r the excellent
It
to speculation,
ing their
the play
feeling, v i t a l l y keep-
Present."
made in 1960.
No Definite Leader
It does, however-, leave the door-
engendered
spontaneous
afore-
once again
esteemed
'They
7:30
to a large
nominations
the
Nixon Still Kicking
gavel
enough
among
known member.
the
with
in the
might
until
open
might
is Just
candidates,
resolved
wide
While
now
of a three-way
Party
One
Republican
Vice
that,
mentioned
to
at-
there
Old
Nixon's
on
Nixon.
right
slim,
split
Rockefeller's
Mr.
former
chance
eventuality
not be finally
that
friend,
Richard
outside
vention
look
party s t a l w a r t s .
possibilities
will
plain
Romney's
This
old
President
an
American
but by no means least, we
have our
his
with
made h i m
to many
Last,
future
is
the
ivy.
ful
Class Speakers
will
have
political
moderate
the classes
resentative
with
AH the last p a r t o f the ceremony,
Now, of c o u r s e , we have a rep-
association
and it
ning a poor
to another.
man and woman's l i v e s
absurd.
But
at the
suppositions
foreseen
one class
ious
too
publisher.
from
were
b i r t h to death.
tractive
and
moving up then signified the trans-
in. The
waiting
Ploy Complicated
The old
was never f i n a l l y
two old people, a man (Richard
Rogers)
after
years
ition
to sit
still
When he does,
complicated, fascinating, and b o r -
Todhunter ("lark Rockefeller
thirty-one
My personal choice is Governor
Hall
nounced
yearltook
die
" T h e C h a i r s " told the life story
Motors,
lul
the new name of the*
Joyously
packed. It was sad, happy, s i m p l e ,
Mary
Goldwater,
Scholarship
room i s
he has the voice of an unintelligible
are
at this t i m e , the top
Soon the
to hear h i m speak.
with
academic
I F'C
woman
water
the speakers are
chairs.
s t i l l does not come.
each of the
Is present in the f o r m
ISC
Cups.
the
which
Senior. The
upon
in
crowded with c h a i r s , but the o r a t o r
ises
recognition.
come, but the b e l l
talk to shadows and make them sit
minute
elected
don't
and the old man and woman
the 1904 G.< ).P. Convention p r o m -
There
There is also an Ivy Speaker who
is
People
rings
some tough competition to contend
maintained.
the o r a t o r to
"The Chairs" Excellent
vorce of his f i r s t w i f e , M r s .
for the waning
Rockefeller
for
Just r i g h t .
in the
money i n t e r e s t s , through his p r e v -
Convention in 19fi4.
Divorce Harmful
wait
so he can praise the words
Brous-
influence among various business
present
w i t h i n the Repub-
lican r a n k - a n d - f i l e
come,
skillful:
bers of the party and other k n o w l -
has been slowly but
steadily d e t e r i o r a t i n g .
new d i s c o v e r y ; but the old
must
as idiot; he only makes sounds.
edgeable politieos.
had
been
man
Caswell w e n 1 superb in their r o l e s .
George Romney of Michigan. Run-
lost.
a c a l l in the dark.
of the
Nadler
the
an
F i n a l l y he a r r i v e s ; he's dressed
role
was
i s almost
the o l d man can lecture on his i m -
The
be d i s -
the
stage
story
like a beatnik fop. The old man and
girl-next-door
as
wife's
had meaning and now
and is just
In the
in a nurse, a cop, and
were
his death at
m e m o r y : the play dims
play
into
thinks he is crazy
humor captured the peculiar Gaelic
kept secret until that day.
was assigned a certain sec-
the
on
conceited a c t o r ,
tributed that afternoon, b a r r i n g un-
and
out
life
r e a l i z e d , the lights d i m .
the
he attempts
roles
by
and as true
instead of
Hilarious
him
1964.
1H,
Ix'gin
and the college sing
tion of Page
1 1
selves,
real
was e x c i t i n g and moving:
h u r r i e d and i l l - l i m e d r e - m a r r i a g e
was through " t o w n m e e t i n g s " held
class
F i n a l l y , when a l l pretenses were
gone, the a c t o r s showed t h e i r
middle-aged
is t r y i n g
a doctor
to the stage
manager.
Wendy
Rockefeller's
last
move up done much for the college and their
\ l that t i m e , student government
lie i iili
something acceptable
well),
The
and they weren't
ery
Smith),
until
w a i t i n g f o r t h e i r friends to come so
able to leave u n t i l they had enacted
sard
his
stage manager to i m -
Mulli-
the hero.
to a divorcee w i l l not bode well for
time that the program
the classes,
and at lea si einli 11
a play -
on stage —
r e v e r s a l of the typical
Republican
is
Saturday,
speakers,
every
provise
t r y i n g to bed Angela (Brenda Cas-
from
were
the
play
the heated topic of who w i l l lie the
eluded an address by the President, of
x
il o i l u l n i i I'M
speaking
gerous
,
Nelson
f o r t h c o m i n g f r o m prominent m e m -
ceremonies
first
was held
! " ' ' ' k ' " ' " 1 " " " 1 " '"« " "
ll.U e to remi-lnbi-l C M
F i r s t , I urn-a turn lln
(and
Governor
son,
classes into Page Hall
' " '" " '
by Gory Luctok
on Cate's
on the
next
day's
The
Sto-
This
life
exact replica of h i s . They are now
portant
actors
sent by
fades
"Bedtime
bill.
and
here
and brings
of
class
rung
Ladder
' ' ' "'
a direct
of the hero.
F o l l o w i n g in the footsteps of the by Senate and are people who have
'"«'
the
illusion
Rockefeller, Goldwater,
Romney,
Nixon Compete for G.O.P. Standard
four-
suit
music"
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and the o v e r l y
He
by Ro Petnck
record,
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another
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The novel has Its
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To Follow Traditional
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blank bands on the oulsi
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wind the r e c o r d a round so 11
turntable
and
of courage.
h i s back
to cue the r e c o r d , n
the
O'Casey's
opened
The Moon and the Bonfires
Liquor
himself
he again
turns
to these technie 11 '
the
Sean
ry"
First
It discussed
reality.
Their
"Bedtime Story"
when
suspects
inclined, but Cor-
shows
sponsible
mv show
of the
play.
r e l a t i o n between
has been
(Kenneth
ster-
to regain some contact with
mans,
pla\
productions
year.
gan
After Cate's capture by the Her-
reqill
With
dramatic
Stylistically speaking, Pavese is
not at his best in Th* House on eh*
Hill. He fails to achieve the degree
of brilliance that he reached in
someone."
the r e c o r d volume win Io I' u, -1» n
Preparation lor Broadcast
, ,,, i . , , ,
1
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"
»''<' station at about 5:30 p , „ .
night,
Cate, a f o r m e r
I sign
the F.C.C
script.
peace."
present
Sympathetic but Irresponsible
that
reg-
presented one of the
farce:
Margaretta
— you may
6:0(1 p . m . ,
best
and then
have
once again sparked open debate on
One
Pirandello-like
the
and a half-potted audience,
suppression
sex
re-marrlage
lucky
the program
logs two weeks in advance ol each
pi-ogran
have
microphone
are
ence and the others arc notified to
make
and
in the war
we shall
present
ility.
you're
will
Die other announcers are plan-
Corrado's
you
on
make sure that none
and began my
after
like Dave B r u -
Out,"
settle
Yet he s t i l l remains an i r e s p o n -
duplications; i l I plan
" hme
teacher
"Then
| |,r,.SR
put on Me
would
is t r a n s m i t t e d ,
. ,|
and are checked h v
something
director
| j
to l,e played
are
program
checked
"I
logs
I he station
exact
war
I applied for a post as
way of life is n o n - c o m m i t t a l
mixing
mg on the ,u r.
\in
r e c o r d on one ol I h e l u r n i
ol the p e r f o r m i n g
the
is the
had
age
Several
label of the recording
company,
radi .
cull for me.
t i t l e of each
the
(I s t i l l
year
the r e l a t i o n s h i p . He lacks the cour-
my
form, I
that
something)
did
turntables,
running
log.
that
sci-
the war
concentrated into the one l i n -
I f i l l out what is called
program
faith
and for
for
sible being who is unable to solidify
I' m new
a
on your-
tragic
in which a l l the channels ol •
With
Two weeks before mv scheduled
happen
rado
on"
P I anniny
"talking,"
aren't I n
Program Begins
and anyone
society
not r o m a n t i c a l l y
received
At
much work it entails.
1963,
who
and
enthusiasm
institute...As
the device which sends out 'In
pro-
who might be interested, just
exactly
those
into
mediately.
Then, in m i d - F e b r u a r v ,
W SI' \ was on the ai r
we turn i "
the t e r m s , the t r a n s n d '
times
I
for
my
nal
g r a m over- \ \ SU \ radio.
constitution
semester
air,
board o r " c o n s o l e " as it i -
"Oh,
radio'"'
to wonder
students
idea
standing
up with
on the
and
proceeded
station
funds
For
with
hearing mv
the g i r l
to me piped
you
no
rolling
while standing
line, one of the
remarked
over-came obstacles and sta rted the
1D62
night,
cafeteria
He is a man
laugh-
cash
The
led h i m to turn against
way of l i f e . "
go on the
radio show Thursday night.
next
approved the station's
Rut in 1962, the newly r e v i t a l i z e d
Mill
was
results
Workers and Money Arrive
Salatino,
resulted.
Radio
policy
the
listening
not
a
of r e g i s t r i t
t r a n s m i t t e r and the board.
Immediately,
propriated
College
and
by Corol Hughes
poll.
but ideas
During the ' 5 0 ' s , new ideas arose
were
in music
hoped to expand
came and staved.
constructive
was highlighted
by a poll d i s t r i b u t e d to a l l students
the work of college and community
radio
movement
late 40's. \
means of " i n f o r m i n g the public of
radio
finding a
r e c o r d collection financed
by Student Senate.
in the
allyear.
f o r the
been
'
September.
in radio
Council
and polls
p.m.
end its broad.
Radio Station Has Long History Announcer Tells How She Works
Of Hopes, Frustrations, & Delays To Prepare and Present Programs
Radio
by
will
bottles,
the coward, the despairing,
to commit
unhappy
I lost
p r e f e r r e d music mav lie l i n n '
types
preferred
"Rut
•
d u r i n g p r i m e hours.
began at State
programming
has
6 to 11 p.m. weekdays and f r o m 2
on weekends.
ready
to anyone.
to 7 p.m.
future w i l l determine the time and
of m u s i c a l
is not
life.
vear's p r
ister,
Amid
of drunken
ringing
( W i l l i a m Gardner).
affair
poll >
smashing
smoking,
rapid t r a n s f o r m a t i o n
An especially
of this
next
come when no
ing,
episodic
unmarried
who has betrayed women and who
i l l re
schedule is made, so thai 1, '
students.
This
when
it is quite genuine.
shouts,
from
an open bar.
Flvira.
and her
a dissi-
seats
hub-bub
is husband hunting, but
Flvira
Results
used
i s a bit
general
Kutzer)
daughter,
musie !>•
house,
has been betrayed by them in turn.
results
resurrection
but
as the
transfor-
stage was
this
moments, but i t Is hindered by the
himself
concerning
The
serves
of his
the
a few
Devil in ttie Hills.
A
w i l l he taken ol
in a small
a widow
Corrado
is f i -
Corrado
be outside the war — not
perhaps
Illusion or Realty
Tad Mosel'9 " I m p r o m t u " was a
Four
the recluse....We must a l l consent
to
Rain-Bo
like
f r o m " W a l k on the W i l d
with
campaign for the station will ' •
poll
that
someone. The
the day w i l l
one w i l l
of one-act
Hotel's
looks
outside the w a r - t o r n city o f T u r i n ,
prm,
of the quad.
nanced by you, for you.
school
teacher,
is on the a i r to serve the students
of
middle-aged
Corrado
i-nce
The radio studios are open f r o m
tained the o r i g i n a l
WSUA
equipment
wavering,
when Alden and Waterburv i
of adequate
agent
too hasty,
which
Situated only
the Journey to
to become
symbolic
rest of his
the end.
Side."
forever.
is
Such an example is Corrado, the
Nick A r g y r o s hasannoun•• '
budget w i l l also r e -
the shortage
station
reality.
of R i l l
Don Allen '63, and Dr.
Salatino,
The Senate
lieve
of C o r r a d o ' s
Novel Found Locking
nected, an accelerated
WSUA, Albany State's own radio
out
v i n e - c o v e r e d earth
His novels are often thinly p l o t -
r e c t o r , Duane While, iswnri- •
success in the near
Kenmore
life
many modern Italian w r i t e r s ,
by
I.I •-. :
the
like
and
more i n t r i c a t e l y developed.
and hopes
in a group
so
heroes, they are s t i l l remembered
WSUA Techn
problem
to Join his countrymen
suppression p r e -
plays. The plays were presented at
and nostalgia f o r the land. Rut un-
connection of th.
to the d o r m s .
to hide;
pated set
Unavoidable delay has sin.. .
the
desire
Room,
Delays Are Long
vented
not
weekend
in the mountains. F i n a l l y , he does
c e n t e r i n g on p o l i t i c s
compelling
dug
Dino
Last
The b o u n c i n g rhythm n e v e r sitting on his wdfe's lap
symstopped; the show was excellent. b o l i z i n g childhood — andtraces the'
sented the newly formed Downtown
Players
Oino's Courage
Like
;-.•.•,
staff and i
organization
Dino, andflees in order to save
himself.
(192 ppJ-Wof*., A Co., New York, J3.95
si,
and l a i d the cable.
working crap game is underway in adjacent washroom.
J- A. Gomci
The House on eft* Hill by Cesar* Pavese
technical
p e r m i t broadc i^'m
man
by Horry Guy
ted,
Alden-Waterhiirv
which
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n
Former AdieJvemeiits; Plot LacMne « * *
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A p r o b l e m confrontingW -d •
Ron Walter r e i t e r a t e s that nightly
by
Anyone
may
o r Ron W a l t e r .
I.oder '65, Movie Scores.
'66,
on WSUA.
under
to positions as Music
C l a s s i c a l Music; Skip Sehrei-
ber
Ian Leet '64, P r o g r a m
Director;
Director;
D i r e c t o r s were Tom A 1 e x a n de r
Ron quickly appointed
staff
News
at 6:55 uitl at
continue to be i fea-
ture
'66,
of other
Director;
will
announcement
'66,
Appointed
life.
and
sign-off
Linda Delfs '65, S, c r e t a r y .
Appointments
Nick
Publicity
and announcements
Tom
Walter
The organization of a new
the experimental
'65,
Director;
George Ashley '66, L i b r a r i a n ; Ron
a d m i n i s t r a t i v e staff marks the end
of
Technical
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M A Y 10, 1 9 6 3
Advanced Dramatics Plays Characterized By
"Good Productions...Fine Performances
Campus Current
broad farce.
by Paul Jensen
by Pat Jewell
Once again s u m m e r weather is h e r e , a s we find
d o r m field converted from Rockefeller Center to J o n e s
Beach. (Surely no m o r e v e r s a t i l e a field exists!) The
w a r m sun and green g r a s s c r e a t e s a certain atmosphere
of which we a r e aware when we first wake up early in
the morning. Often one o r two s c a t t e r e d blankets a r e
already s p r e a d out on dorm field with bathing suited
figures reclining on them. Then, a s the day goes on
and the sun gets higher and hotter, the noise below
the windows steadily i n c r e a s e s from a low buzz until
it sounds like a playground — laughter and music
and the s m a c k of volleyballs. Looking down you see
the e n t i r e field filled with sun worshippers givingburnt
offerings up to its light. Such an alluring sight makes
one m o r e tempted than e v e r to go out and join it; so,
to salve your conscience, you pick up a book or two,
and a pen — to b r i n g along with your blanket, fricasee
oil, pillow, and s u n g l a s s e s — put a trench coat on over
your bathing suit, and descend to the grassy turf below.
Here s p r i n g b r e e z e s cool you at intervals a s you lie
in the hot sun, your skin s h i m m e r i n g with oil; somehow
it is much e a s i e r just to lie with closed eyes than to
read. (Oh well, you didn't really plan to get that book
r e a d this weekend, did you? Besides, it's much m o r e
pleasant to think of how good you'll look with a tan.)
At last all at once you notice a tinge of pink on your
skin — and that is the time to leave, as you may have
learned by experience. Sure enough, as the afternoon
wanes, group by group the crowd slowly drifts away,
picking up blankets and other supplies. We see the
sunbathers straggling into the dorm, happy with their
freshly reddened skin, and heading for the showers to
wash off the oil before they d r e s s for dinner.
It is when we see so many sunburned faces in the
dining room that we have s u r e proof that s u m m e r is
really here at last!
Busy Schedule Takes Statesmen Talent Travelling
To Festival In Vermont, Cobleskill, & Area Concerts
Within the next few w e e k s , the
S t a t e s m e n will e n t e r t a i n at four
s p e c i a l e v e n t s . They will t r a v e l
to B u r l i n g t o n , V e r m o n t and C o b l e s k i l l , and then will p e r f o r m twice
in Albany.
T h i s noon they will leave for
B u r l i n g t o n , V e r m o n t w h e r e they
will s i n g with e l e v e n o t h e r c o l l e g e s and u n i v e r s i t i e s in the 13th
Annual I n t e r c o l l e g i a t e C h o r a l F e s tival.
T h e festival is s p o n s o r e d
by T r i n i t y C o l l e g e in B u r l i n g t o n .
The Statesmen are particularly
p l e a s e d in h a v i n g been one of the
few g r o u p s a s k e d to a p p e a r by
t h e m s e l v e s . T h e y will s i n g " T h e
I.orrl is My S h e p h e r d " hy N e l s o n
and " H o l y , Holy, H o l y " by S c h u bert.
T h e men will )oin the o t h e r
c h o r a l g r o u p s to f o r m the F e s t i v a l
C h o r u s , s o m e ?50 v o i c e s , in s i n g ing e x c e r p t s from B i z e t ' s " C a r m e n " and " T h e Peaceful K i n g d o m " by Randolph T h o m p s o n .
Busy Schedule
K a r l A. R. P e t e r s o n , d i r e c t o r
of the S t a t e s m e n , h a s been given
the h o n o r of d i r e c t i n g the c o m bined m e n ' s g r o u p in a p e r f o r m a n c e of D v o r a k ' s " T h e Maiden in
the W o o d . " N i c h o l a s \ r g y r o s and
Calvin l-'enton will plav the f o u r -
hand p i a n o a c c o m p a n i m e n t
number.
forthis
On May 23 the men will give an
e v e n i n g c o n c e r t at the C o b l e s k i l l
High School \ u f l i t o r i u m . T h i s p r o g r a m is b e i n g s p o n s o r e d bv the
S t a t e t ' n i v e r s i t v A g r i c u l t u r a l and
Technical Institute. The S t a t e s m e n will be g u e s t s at d i n n e r p r i o r
to s i n g i n g the p r o g r a m .
S a t u r d a y , Mav 25, will s e e t h e m
in t h e i r new b l a z e r s a s a f e a t u r e
DI o u r own F a c u l t y d i n n e r .
On
Sunday m o r n i n g they will p a r t i c i pate in C a r e e r Day at the Mount
<"alva rv Rapt ist ( ' h u r c h
n e a r l y r u i n e d t h e e f f e c t i v e n e s s of
t h e p l a y . O t h e r w i s e , a fine j o b .
T h e final p l a y , R o b e r t G r e e n e ' s
Saroyan Tops
i s an o d d
D r a m a t i c w a s the w o r d for He//o Eliza and the Lexicon,
Out There.
W i l l i a m S a r o y a n ' s p l a y c o m b i n a t i o n of c h i l d i s h i n n o c e n c e
w a s the b e s t p r o d u c t i o n of t h e a n d T h e I ' n k n o w n . L i l l i a n S c h m i t t
e v e n i n g . H i g h l i g h t s w e r e an i m - g a v e an e x c e l l e n t i n t e r p r e t a t i o n
a g i n a t i v e s e t t i n g (light b u l b , c o t , of the c h i l d , F.lixa, t h r o u g h b o t h
window and l i g h t i n g ) , and an i m - d i a l o g and b i t s of a c t i o n .
Mary S e t t e r and Dennis Tuttle
p r e s s i v e p e r f o r m a n c e by Nnthan
P u c k e t t a s the g a m b l e r without w e r e c o m p e t e n t a s a g y p s y g i r l
and E l i z a ' s dumb b r o t h e r .
Conluck (not a b u m ) .
John H a r w i c k a s the i r a t e h u s - s t a n c e A m e l i o ' s d i r e c t i o n w a s
b a n d w a s fine, while J o W e s t , a s good, but t h e e n t i r e p r o d u c t i o n
K a t i e , did not d e t r a c t though s h e s e e m e d a hit too d r a m a t i c a n d
h e a v y for the d e l i c a t e a n d difficult
contributed little.
Though he o c c a s i o n a l l y s l i p p e d m a t e r i a l .
into the all too f a m i l i a r K o w a l s k i /
U s i n g t h i s y e a r ' s p r e v i o u s AD
Brando m a n n e r i s m s , P u c k e t t ' s plays as precedent, this set was
w a s the o u t s t a n d i n g AD p e r f o r m - s u r p r i s i n g l y good. T h e r e w e r e no
ance this y e a r .
r e a l l y bad p r o d u c t i o n s , a n d t h e
Much p r a i s e g o e s to Myra L e - m i d d l e two will p r o b a b l y be p l a c e d ,
and The Boor on
v i n e , d i r e c t o r , but c e n s u r e a l s o , with The Lesson
A good
for the l u d i c r o u s and o v e r d o n e a p - my list of AD R e s t s .
p e a r a n c e of F a y e N a d l e r , which e v e n i n g ' s e n t e r t a i n m e n t , i n d e e d .
It s e e m s to he an u n w r i t t e n law
that the p l a y s s e l e c t e d by the s t u d e n t s of the Advanced D r a m a t i c s
c l a s s m u s t e i t h e r be by n o n e n t i t i e s ,
o r written duringthe early, format i v e y e a r s of a p r e s e n t l y e s t a b lished author.
In o t h e r w o r d s —
poor plays.
This rule was shattered last
week.
Not only w e r e the p l a y s
w e l l - w r i t t e n and a c t u a l l y i n t e r e s t i n g , they b o a s t e d r a t h e r good
p r o d u c t i o n s and s e v e r a l fine p e r formances.
Irish Play First
T h e first p l a y w a s The Rising of
the Moon, by Lady G r e g o r y .
Set
d u r i n g the I r i s h R e b e l l i o n , it c o n c e r n s a fugitive who m a n a g e s to
m i s l e a d , and " o u t w i t " , a S e r g e a n t
s e n t to c a p t u r e h i m .
J a n D y c k m a n , a s the h u n t e d
m a n , p r e s e n t e d h i s c h a r a c t e r with
a d e g r e e of e a s e that b e l i e d the
difficulty of h i s I r i s h s o n g s and
accent.
T h e o t h e r c a s t m e m b e r s (Don
Costello, Robert P e t e r s o n , and
Charlie Powers) seemed stilted,
p o s t u r e d and stiff, which d e t r a c t e d
f r o m t h i s h u m a n and h u m o r o u s
play. Frank Ryerson directed.
Chekhov's
A Marriage Proposal,
w a s given a b r e a k n e c k p a c e by
B r e n d a S m i t h . H o w e v e r , m o s t of
t h e c r e d i t for the h i l a r i o u s r e s u l t
s h o u l d go to the a c t o r s .
With h i s long h a i r w a v i n g in the
b r e e z e , Jon B a r d o n — t h e p r o p o s e r
— finally found h i s n i c h e at S t a t e ;
C e o r g e N o r t o n , the f a t h e r , w a s
e q u a l l y a s good, and ditto for
V a l a r i e G o l o m , a s the p r o p o s e e .
A few t i m e s it got out of h a n d
and t h r e a t e n e d to take off into
J e r r y L e w i s - l a n d , but the r e s t
of the t i m e the play w a s good,
STATE UNIVERSITY N E W S , FRIDAY, M A Y lO. 1 9 6 3
LET'S TALK GREEK
by John Shipherd and Joe Cambridge
Note:
the following is re-printed from
the Indianna Inkk. Indiana Stale College,
April I, 1963.
Dr. A. I H a m b e r g e r , d i r e c t o r
of the s c i e n c e d e p a r t m e n t at ISC
h a s r e c e n t l y a n n o u n c e d the a d d i tion of a c h a p t e r of SINA to t h e
campus activities.
T h e S o c i e t y for I n d e c e n c y to
N a k e d A n i m a l s which i s c u r r e n t l y
t h e fad with P r e s i d e n t K e n n e d y in
Washington has made a m a s s
movement westward.
" T h e college biology d e p a r t m e n t s a r e t h o s e h a r d e s t h i t , " [)r,
Hamt>erger stated.
" I t i n v o l v e s q u i t e a bit now to
a c c o m p l i s h an e x p e r i m e n t .
The
l a b o r a t o r i e s m u s t be e q u i p p e d with
s e p a r a t e d r e s s i n g r o o m s for a n i m a l s of d i f f e r e n t s e x e s , " D r . H a m b e r g e r added.
It w a s r e v e a l e d that a l t h o u g h the
a n i m a l s t h e m s e l v e s don't
mind
w e a r i n g c l o t h e s , it d o e s p r e s e n t
a p r o b l e m to the s t u d e n t s .
One s t u d e n t r e c e n t l y s a i d , " B e fore it d i d n ' t s e e m to m a t t e r but
now I tend to lie e m b a r r a s s e d . I
g u e s s i t ' s just the idea of s k i r t s
o r p a n t s — which one to pick.
It is not yet known how long
t h i s Society for I n d e c e n c y to Naked
A n i m a l s o r SINA will o p e r a t e .
H o w e v e r , the H o m e e c o n o m i c s d e p a r t m e n t is c u r r e n t l y w o r k i n g w i t h
the s c i e n c e d e p a r t m e n t in p r o v i d ing f a s h i o n a b l e t o g s for the new
campus collegians.
If this p e r s i s t s , new c o u r s e s
will lie a p r o b a b l e d e v e l o p m e n t ,
C a n i n e C r e a t i o n s a n d / o r Fit line
Fashions.
"With this changing world one
d o e s n ' t know what to e x p e c t . M a y b e
Darwin's theory was c o r r e c t , " Dr.
Hamberger concluded.
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THE PICTURES BEHIND THE FRONT PAGE
We feel that fraternity m e m b e r s should have a voice
through which they can promote their ideas and ideals,
and we hope that this column will become the voice of
the Greeks on this campus. It is very easy for individuals o r groups of individuals to c r i t i c i z e any fraternity
o r fraternity s y s t e m , and even though a certain amount
of constructive c r i t i c i s m is both n e c e s s a r y and beneficial, a one-sided approach is very r a r e l v an intelligent
o r rational approach.
J u s t what a r e the aims and goals of the fraternity
system'.' How have these objectives been reached in
the past'.' How will they be met in the future? These
a r e questions which every interested Greek should
ponder. These a r e questions which every prospective
Greek should ask. These a r e the questions that this
column will consider and attempt to answer.
It would be virtually impossible to adequately a n s w e r
these questions in a single issue o r even in a short
s e r i e s of a r t i c l e s . Therefore, we shall try to treat
various aspects of the fraternity s y s t e m , and we hope
our r e a d e r s will gain a new appreciation and a deeper
insight into fraternity s y s t e m s a s a whole?.
Dr. S h a f f e r D i s c u s s e s A i m s
In a booklet entitled "What Research Tells Us About
F r a t e r n i t y L i f e , " published by the National I n t e r f r a te m i ty Council, (1958 annual meeting), there a p p e a r s
a paper submitted by Dr. Robert Shaffer, Dean of Men
at the University of Indiana, which d i s c u s s e s some of
the general a i m s of f r a t e r n i t i e s , and their contributions
to the college community a s a whole.
" T h e fraternity gives the individual a background
upon which to draw in evaluating and choosing congenial social groups in early adulthood.
' T h i s is a task for which direct education is probably
of little value, but it can be made e a s i e r and achievement can be improved if the institutions of the c o m munity, such a s c h u r c h e s , and fraternal organizations
a r e alert to this need of young adults and attempt to
provide a number and variety of social groups to suit
various t a s t e s and t e m p e r a m e n t s . " ' (p. 82, Havighurst'S
Developmental T a s k s and Education).
In addition, Dr. Shaffer comments:
"Although the f r a t e r n i t y ' s contribution to an individual's vocational preparation is indirect, this contribution
is in the very important social a r e a . Ability to cope with
the social context of an occupation contributes as much
to vocational s u c c e s s as technical ability.
Carroll Shartle has [jointed out that social conditions
a r e a part of occupational information and, therefore,
ought to be a part of the occupational preparation. The
fraternity is a unique institution in givingthe young man
background information and day-to-day experience in
p r e p a r i n g for his vocational and professional life."
In the next lew weeks, we shall examine these s t a t e m e a t s more thoroughly in the hope ol presenting in
g r e a t e r delail the lull significance of Dr. Shaffer's
views.
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
( Mtfi. o y f 19 & COffipU'iOn ot Ol I f O I ' 1 r«a< ot i o l l « y « )
GRADUATE STUDENTS and FACULTY MEMBERS
THE ASSOCIATION OF PRIVATE CAMPS
T h e d i r e c t o r s of R e d E y e of L o v e t a k e a brief r e s p i t e from
rigorous r e h e a r s a l s c h e d u l e to talk over some improvements
will h a v e t o be m a d e .
the
that
Dr. D e e r i n g e r , D e a n of A c a d e m i c A f f a i r s , l o o k s on a s C i r c l e K
p r e s i d e n t , Frank J a h e l k a ' 6 6 , a c c e p t s the gavel at a r e c e n t banq u e t . C i r c l e K is a n e w l y formed s e r v i c e g r o u p at S t a t e .
the ground
m a n ' s feet.
Nine Hours to Rama i n t e n d s to he
a s u s p e n s e film about M a h a t m a
Ghandi. While the m o v i e d o e s not
r e a l l y s u c c e e d in m a k i n g t h i s u n likely c o m b i n a t i o n w o r k , it n e v e r t h e l e s s is an e n t e r t a i n i n g though
unimportant presentation.
T h e m a i n difficulty with the film
is its u n c e r t a i n t y : it is u n s u r e what
its m e s s a g e i s , o r e v e n if it h a s
one at a l l .
Most of the p i c t u r e ' s t w o - h o u r s p l u s r u n n i n g t i m e is given to the
s t o r y of O h a n d i ' s y o u n g a s s a s s i n ,
Though t h i s p a r t is s t r i c t l y s u s p e n s e film m a t e r i a l , it is o b v i o u s
that Ghandi s h a l l d i e .
Man and Ideas
CAMP COUNSELOR OPENINGS
Mr. Krai holds the University
plaque he has presented to Pres.
Collins.
This hand-made seal
will be placed on the lecturn in
Page Hall,
Nevertheless, Provides Entertainment
by Paul Jensen
No, don't grab your volume of H o m e r ' s collected
works, or s c a m p e r about for a copy of A r i s t o t l e ' s
P o e t i c s , w e ' r e talking about the Greeks on this campus
and about the G r e e k s on college c a m p u s e s throughout
the country. W e ' r e talking about the Greeks of today
and the Greeks of tomorrow.
During the past y e a r , the fraternity s y s t e m on this
campus has been called to account. Various group; ,
and individuals as well, have asked many questior 3
concerning our fraternity system.
"What is i t ? " ,
" W h e r e is i t ? " , and most important of all, "Why is
it?".
Under the sponsorship of the I n t e r - f r a t e r n i t y
Council, we call upon all Greeks to answer these
questions for t h e m s e l v e s , for the administration, and
for the student body a s a whole.
A V o i c e for t h e G r e e k s
SINA Demands Dressing Rooms
For College Laboratory Animals
Ghandi Film Falls Short Of Mark
. . . comprising 350 o u t i t i n d i n g Boyi. Girli. B r o t h t r Sister
• n d Co Ed Camps, located t h r o u g h o u t the New E n g l t n d , Mid
d l t Atlantic S t a t u and Canada.
. . . INVITES YOUR INQUIRIES concerning lummti employment at Head
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T h e s c e n e s of the Indian l e a d e r ,
h o w e v e r , do a c r e d i t a b l e job of
p r e s e n t i n g t h i s m a n and h i s i d e a s .
This is c a p p e d by a c o n c l u d i n g ,
p o s t - a s s a s s i n a t i o n s e q u e n c e in
which an a c c e n t e d , o f f - s c r e e n
voice s p e c u l a t e s
philosophically
about Ghandi and the r e s u l t s of
his death.
\ s a r e s u l t , the film i s p u l l e d
in two o p p o s i t e di r e c t i o n s —toward
K r i c A m b l e r and B l a k e E d w a r d s
.it one e x t r e m e and Abby Mann
and S t a n l e y K r a m e r at the o t h e r
It might h a v e b e e n p o s s i b l e for
t h i s t w o - w a y s t r e t c h to p r o d u c e a
t e n s i o n of s o r t s , but i n s t e a d the
a l r e a d y weak c o n n e c t i o n b e t w e e n
the two i s s n a p p e d .
While the m o v i e ' s i n t e n t i o n s a r e
not c l e a r , m u c h of what it a c complishes is.
Portrayal o< Radical
The fictional s t o r y of N a t h u r a m
G o d s e , the a s s a s s i n , is m e a n t to
p r e s e n t a p o r t r a i t of a y o u n g r a d i cal.
Rut Natu s e e m s l e s s like
such an i d e a l i s t than just a b i t t e r
and a n g r v vouth a t t e m p t i n g to
avenge his family's death.
Indeed, t h e r e i s at one point the
s t r o n g s u g g e s t i o n that he onlv c a r r i e d h i s plan t h r o u g h b e c a u s e an
Indian s u f f r a g e t t e r e f u s e d to l e a v e
h e r h u s b a n d to go a w a y with h i m .
\ n d , of c o u r s e , when Ghandi, with
h i s d y i n g b r e a t h , f o r g i v e s Natu, the
k i l l e r r e a l i z e s h i s e r r o r , falls to
kisses
the
dead
Ferrer is Natural
Horst Buccholz valiantly t r i e s
to do s o m e t h i n g with t h i s p o o r l y
d e v e l o p e d c h a r a c t e r , but v e r y l i t t l e
c a n be d o n e . On the o t h e r h a n d ,
Das, the S u p e r i n t e n d e n t of P o l i c e ,
is a believable person.
Well
p l a y e d by J o s e F e r r e r , he l o o k s
c o m p l e t e l y n a t u r a l , not only to
the e n v i r o n m e n t but to the s t o r y line.
T h e p o r t r a y a l of Ghandi by J . R .
C a s s y h a p is e x t r e m e l y effective.
P h y s i c a l l y and e m o t i o n a l l y , t h i s
s m a l l r o l e i s the m o s t i m p r e s s i v e one in the film.
While the plot i s p o t e n t i a l l y Rm e l o d r a m a , the m a n y o n - l o c a t i o n
s c e n e s of t e e m i n g Indian s t r e e t s
and v i l l a g e s , the s c e n e s with C a s s y h a p (and s o m e of F e r r e r ' s ) ,
a n d s o m e o c c a s i o n a l l y beautiful
p h o t o g r a p h y , p a r t i c u l a r l y of G h a n d i ' s face and h a n d s , r a i s e it to a
h i g h e r level. For these things
a l o n e , the film is w o r t h v i e w i n g .
But t h i s d o e s not v i n d i c a t e the
u n c e r t a i n s c r i p t (by N e l s o n ( l i d ding) and u n i m a g i n a t i v e d i r e c t i o n
( M a r k Robson) that highlight the
film. It Is a s if Gone VYifh the Wind
h a s been set in T e n n e s s e e W i l l i a m s ' South.
Weinstein Play
To Close Season
NOTICES
Jsmie* Class
P a t P e z z u l o , v i c e p r e s i d e n t of
the J u n i o r C l a s s , announces that
t i c k e t s for the J u n i o r C l a s s B a n q u e t a r e now on s a l e in the p e r i styles. The banquet, a S m o r g a s b o r d , w i l l b e h e l d at H e r b e r t ' s on
S u n d a y , May 19 a t 1 p . m .
M e m b e r s of t h e J u n i o r C l a s s a r e
r e q u e s t e d to r e t u r n t h e i r s e n i o r
p i c t u r e s to r o o m 1 in B r u b a c h e r
d u r i n g the w e e k of May 13. C a p
a n d gown p i c t u r e s m a y not b e u s e d
In the y e a r b o o k .
Anyone w i s h i n g
r e t a k e s may make r e a r r a n g e m e n t s
at t h i s t i m e . If t h e r e a r e any p r o b l e m s , please contact Corky P e t rick, editor.
Les Innovateurs
I.es I n n o v a t e u r s will h o l d a
m e e t i n g on May 16 in B r u b a c h e r
from 7:00 to 8:30 p . m . T h e p u r p o s e of t h i s m e e t i n g will be to
e l e c t new o f f i c e r s .
Refreshments
will be s e r v e d .
T h e Second Annual C l o s i n g B a n q u e t will be h e l d at the P e t i t P a r i s
R e s t a u r a n t on T u e s d a y , May 2 1 .
F r e n c h c u i s i n e will be s e r v e d . . At
t h i s t i m e , the new office will b e
i n s t a l l e d . A guest s p e a k e r will be
featured.
All t h o s e who a r e i n t e r e s t e d in
F r e n c h a r e u r g e d to a t t e n d . T i c k e t s will be s o l d in the p e r i s t y l e s
f r o m 10:00 a . m . to 3:00 p . m . on
May 15, 16 and 17. They will be
S3.50 e a c h .
Charming Club
C h a n n i n g Club is h a v i n g its a n C l o s i n g out an a c t i v e d r a m a t i c
s e a s o n , the S t a t e t ' n i v e r s i t v t h e - nual S p r i n g P i c n i c , Sunday, May
a t e r will p r e s e n t A r n o l d W e i n - 19, at the h o m e of Dr. J o s e p h R.
s t e i n ' s " R e d Kye of L o v e . " J a m e s S a n d e r s , 538 Dawson Road, D e l All who a r e i n t e r e s t e d in
L e o n a r d of the t h e a t e r ' s d i r e c t o r - m a r .
ial staff will d i r e c t the p r o d u c t i o n . a t t e n d i n g s h o u l d sign the list on
All the fun of the play i s d i - the C h a n n i n g Club b u l l e t i n b o a r d
r e c t e d t o w a r d t a k i n g h e a l t h y p o k e s o r c o n t a c t T r u d i e S t e c k a l bv May
at a host of s o c i a l m o r e s , l e v e l i n g 15th, HO 3-9-438.
its t r e n c h a n t s a t i r e p r i m a r i l y at
love and big b u s i n e s s — A m e r i c a n
Financial Notice
style.
T h e T r o y B u s i n e s s and P r o f e s T h e play p r o d u c e d by the D r a s i o n a l W o m e n ' s Club will a w a r d
m a t i c s and A r t s Council will be
$125 to a g i r l o r w o m a n who r e p r e s e n t e d F r i d a y and S a t u r d a y
s i d e s in the T r o y a r e a , including
e v e n i n g May 17th and 18th.
The
W a t e r v l i e t and r u r a l r e a s a r o u n d
c u r t a i n will go u p o n P a g e Hall at
Troy.
8:30 p . m .
The a p p l i c a n t should be e n r o l l e d
T i c k e t s a r e b e i n g sold at the
for the p u r p o s e of c o m p l e t i n g a
T h e a t e r ticket office, R. '.'89, from
degree p r o g r a m or taking special
1 to II p. m.
c o u r s e s to a d v a n c e h e r p o s i t i o n s .
The T r o y Club is p a r t i c u l a r l y
i n t e r e s t e d in a i d i n g the woman who
is r e t u r n i n g to the l a b o r m a r k e t ,
o r who is d e s i r o u s of c h a n g i n g h e r
c a r e e r to a m o r e s a t i s f a c t o r y field
for h e r a b i l i t i e s .
T h e applicant
should be doing s a t i s f a c t o r y work,
but need not be at the top of the
class.
the two ami one -hall h o u r s e s s i o n
I he (dub is m o r e i n t e r e s t e d in
Was I leparl meiil ol R e c r e a t i o n ' s
the s e r i o u s n e s s of p u r p o s e in t a k r e q u e s t for $(ifl!)(l.il'J.
ing the c o u r s e o r c o u r s e s and in
Coach M e r l i n H a t h a w a v w a s
h e r need for financial a s s i s t a n c e
p r e s e n t to a n s w e r q u e s t i o n s on the
in c o v e r i n g the cost of the c o u r I t e m i z e d budget.
ses.
\ l l e r two m o t i o n s to limit d e Npplications a r e now a v a i l a b l e
b a l e , the budget w a s finally p a s s e d ,
in the F i n a n c i a l Aid Office and
I m m e d i a t e l y , m e m b e r s ol F i should be sent in no l a t e r than
nance C o m m i t lee p r o p o s e d a 111"May 15, 1963
t ion to r e s t riel the main line ip
p M I p r i a l i i) n ol $3,52 1 17 h ir
" e q u i p m e n t , i v p a i r s , ind supSeniors
plies."
C o l o r it fun! ' II any ol the 452
I'he motion finally a c c e p t e d by
s e n i o r s not planning to a t t e n d MovSenate l e s l n e t s the I le|) i I'lllicllt lii
i n g - ! p - D a v would like t o a t t e n d t h e
pil I c h a s e i inly I hose I i s t e d oil the function, they may s t i l l o r d e r a c a p
budget and in such n u m b e r s up l> i and gown by c o n t a c t i n g Dick Kellv
and including t h o s e s t i p u l a t e d in
HI W a t e r h u r v Hall.
the budget.
\dilil lonal p u r c h a s e s
Counselors
lliusl be suhiiii tied to F i n a n c e I'IHIII'he Ii rst o r i e n t a t i o n m e e t i n g lor
III l l t e e .
the c o u n s e l o r s for F r o s h W'eekIn l e s s In \ i l e d act II in, the mini
1963 will take p l a c e on F r i d a y ,
ination ol Douglas Flagg Mil a s
May 10 at one o ' c l o c k in R - 3 9 0 .
.Minister ol F r a t e r n i t i e s and Kil
Ml c o u n s e l o r s a r e r e q u i r e d to a t / a i m a i i '(i(i as s e c o n d Senate s e e tend
r e t a rv were eonfi r n i e d .
Senate Defeats Peace Group Budget,
Passes Limited Budget for Recreation
by Gene Tobey
Senate is back ill the swing ol
1902.
The d i x p a s s i i male ai r ol
s t e r i l e e i f i r i e n e v gave way last
Wednesday niglil I" r a i s e d t e m p e r s , p e r s . m a I c o m m e n t s , and a t tempt, 'd In 'a i'- ha it i ng.
bight "II the hat, F i n a n c e l ' o m rnillee r e q u e s t e d a »7.10 a p p r o p r i a t i o n lor a s p e a k e r al t h i s
f a l l ' s 1 Kith ' '.invocation.
Vun Doren Chosen
selected
by
Hie
Frosh
Weekend
I 'iimiiitltee
was
I ll . Ma rk
\ in
I )ni e n , e n n n e n l a u t h o r i n d c r i t i c
a n d now I ' r o l e s s i u
I nic r i l u s n l
F n g l i s h al ( ' u l i i n i b i i
While
some senators lell
the
I l l i p i ' e SSI. Hi W o u l d In ' W I t l l t h e II.I II le
nl the s p e a k e r and not with h i s
m e s s a g e , the m a j o r i t y a g r e e d thai
b r i n g i n g a man of Van D n r e n ' s
s t a t u r e wi iilhl gi vc the Ci nivoe.il i< in
a needed '' shot in the a r m . "
Student I'euee I ,ia nip's budget
w a s n a r r o w l y d e f e a t e d , l i n e Senat o r a c c u s e d the g r o u p of " l e l t wing p r o p a g a n d i z i n g . "
Another
o b j e c t e d to the s u b s i d i z i n g ol p a r l isan polit leal \ l e w s
These allacks were countered
by a c c u s a t i o n s
of " n a r r o w m i n d e d n e s s " and " i l l i b e r a l n e s s . "
Senate let t h e m go a n o t h e r y e a r
without funds.
Dirtdoi
Ntw York 36, N. Y. f
and
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Rt i l e u ! I U I I
Hill
the
lug
Budyet
time
consumer
of
Business Students
Election
lii the c l o s e d s e s s i o n Senate
n o m i n a t e d and e l e c t e d five m e m b e r s to the newly e n l a r g e d Athletic
A d v i s o r y Hoard.
The people e l e c t e d w e r e J o s e p h
C a m b r i d g e ' t i l , Mary Lewis Mil,
V. i'ml F i t z g e r a l d ' 6 5 , W i lliani Colgan Mi"), and Michael i iovertiaiiti
'66.
Ml b u s i n e s s s t u d e n t s d e s i r i n g
to s t u d e n t t e a c h d u r i n g the 1 9 6 3 64 a c a d e m i c y e a r and who have not
yet been i n t e r v i e w e d by e i t h e r . M r .
B a y e r o r Mr. S e h u l t h e i s should
s e e Mr. S e h u l t h e i s in R175 on
F r i d a y , May 17 b e t w e e n 9-12 a . m .
II t h i s is i m p o s s i b l e , c o n t a c t
Mr. S e h u l t h e i s t h r o u g h the c o l l e g e
mail
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S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y N E W S , FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1963
Advanced Dramatics Plays Characterized By
"Good Productions...Fine
Performances"
Campus Current
by P a t
STATE UNIVERSITY N E W S , FRIDAY, M A Y lO. 1 9 6 3
by Paul Jensen
Jewell
Once again summer weather is here, as we find
dorm field converted from Rockefeller Center to Jones
Beach. (Surely no more versatile a field exists!) The
warm sun and green grass creates a certain atmosphere
of which we are aware when we first wake up early in
the morning. Often one or two scattered blankets are
already spread out on dorm field with bathing suited
figures reclining on them. Then, as the day goes on
and the sun gets higher and hotter, the noise below
the windows steadily increases from a low buzz until
it sounds like a playground — laughter and music
and the smack of volleyballs. Looking down you see
the entire field filled with sun worshippers givingburnt
offerings up to its light. Such an alluring sight makes
one more tempted than ever to go out and join it; so,
to salve your conscience, you pick up a book or two,
and a pen — to bring along with your blanket, fricasee
oil, pillow, and sunglasses — put a trench coat on over
your bathing suit, and descend to the grassy turf below.
Here spring breezes cool you at intervals as you lie
in the hot sun, your skin shimmering with oil; somehow
it is much easier just to lie with closed eyes than to
read. (Oh well, you didn't really plan to get that book
read this weekend, did you? Besides, it's much more
pleasant to think of how good you'll look with a tan.)
At last all at once you notice a tinge of pink on your
skin — and that is the time to leave, as you may have
learned by experience. Sure enough, as the afternoon
wanes, group by group the crowd slowly drifts away,
picking up blankets and other supplies. We see the
sunbathers straggling into the dorm, happy with their
freshly reddened skin, and heading for the showers to
wash off the oil before they dress for dinner.
It is when we see so many sunburned faces in the
dining room that we have sure proof that summer is
really here at last!
broad farce.
It s e e m s to be an u n w r i t t e n l a w
that the p l a y s s e l e c t e d by the s t u dents of the Advanced D r a m a t i c s
c l a s s m u s t e i t h e r be b y n o n e n t i t i e s ,
or written duringthe early, formative y e a r s of a p r e s e n t l y e s t a b lished author.
In o t h e r w o r d s —
poor plays.
Soroyon Tops
D r a m a t i c w a s the w o r d f o r He//o
Out Thar:
William Saroyan'splay
w a s the b e s t p r o d u c t i o n o f the
evening.
H i g h l i g h t s w e r e an i m aginative setting (light bulb, cot,
w i n d o w a n d l i g h t i n g ) , a n d an i m p r e s s i v e p e r f o r m a n c e by Nathan
P u c k e t t as the g a m b l e r without
l u c k (not a b u m ) .
This
r u l e was s h a t t e r e d last
week.
N o t o n l y w e r e the p l a y s
well-written
and a c t u a l l y
intere s t i n g , they boasted r a t h e r good
p r o d u c t i o n s and s e v e r a l fine p e r formances.
J o h n H a r w i c k a s the i r a t e h u s b a n d w a s f i n e , w h i l e J o W e s t , as
K a t i e , d i d not d e t r a c t t h o u g h she
contributed little.
T h o u g h he o c c a s i o n a l l y s l i p p e d
i n t o the a l l too f a m i l i a r K o w a l s k i /
Brando mannerisms, P u c k e t t ' s
w a s the o u t s t a n d i n g A D p e r f o r m ance this y e a r .
Irish Ploy First
T h e f i r s t p l a y w a s The Rising of
the Moon, b y L a d y G r e g o r y .
Set
d u r i n g the I r i s h R e b e l l i o n , it c o n c e r n s a f u g i t i v e w h o m a n a g e s to
m i s l e a d , and " o u t w i t " , a Sergeant
s e n t to c a p t u r e h i m .
J a n D y c k m a n , a s the
hunted
man, presented his c h a r a c t e r with
a d e g r e e o f e a s e t h a t b e l i e d the
d i f f i c u l t y of his I r i s h songs and
accent.
T h e o t h e r cast m e m b e r s (Don
Costello,
Robert
Peterson,
and
Charlie Powers) seemed stilted,
p o s t u r e d and stiff, which d e t r a c t e d
from
this h u m a n and h u m o r o u s
play. Frank Ryerson directed.
Chekhov's
A Marriage
Proposal,
w a s g i v e n a b r e a k n e c k p a c e by
Rrenda S m i t h . However, most of
t h e c r e d i t f o r the h i l a r i o u s r e s u l t
s h o u l d go to the a c t o r s .
W i t h h i s l o n g h a i r w a v i n g i n the
b r e e z e , Jon Rardon—the p r o p o s e r
— f i n a l l y f o u n d h i s n i c h e at S t a t e :
George
N o r t o n , the f a t h e r , w a s
equally
as g o o d , a n d d i t t o f o r
V a l u r i e Go l o r n , as the p r o p o s e e .
T h i s noon t h e y w i l l l e a v e f o r
R u r l i n g t o n , V e r m o n t w h e r e they
will sing with eleven other c o l l e g e s a n d u n i v e r s i t i e s in the 13th
Annual Intercollegiate Choral Festival.
T h e f e s t i v a l is s p o n s o r e d
by T r i n i t y C o l l e g e in R u r l i n g t o n .
themselves.
Thev will sing " T h e
L o r d i s M y S h e p h e r d " by N e l s o n
a n d " H o l y , H o l y , H o l y " by S c h u bert.
T h e m e n w i l l j o i n the o t h e r
c h o r a l g r o u p s to f o r m the F e s t i v a l
C h o r u s , s o m e 250 v o i c e s , in s i n g ing excerpts f r o m Rizet's " C a r men"
and " T h e P e a c e f u l K i n g dom"
by R a n d o l p h T h o m p s o n .
The Statesmen are particularly
p l e a s e d in h a v i n g b e e n one of the
few
g r o u p s a s k e d to a p p e a r by
Busy Schedule
Karl
\ , R. P e t e r s o n , d i r e c t o r
<)'. the S t a t e s m e n , h a s b e e n g i v e n
the h o n o r of d i r e c t i n g the c o m b i n e d m e n ' s g r o u p in a p e r f o r m a n c e o f D v o r a k ' s " T h e M a i d e n in
the W o o d . " N i c h o l a s \ r g y r o s and
C a l v i n K e n t o n w i l l p l a y the f o u r -
nearly ruined the effectiveness of
the play. Otherwise, a fine job.
The final play, Robert Greene's
Elita
and th* L e x i c o n , i s a n o d d
c o m b i n a t i o n of c h i l d i s h innocence
and The Unknown. L i l l i a n Schmitt
g a v e an e x c e l l e n t
interpretation
of the c h i l d , E l i x a , t h r o u g h both
d i a l o g and b i t s of a c t i o n .
M a r y Setter and Dennis T u t t l e
w e r e c o m p e t e n t as a gypsy g i r l
and E l i z a ' s dumb brother.
Constance A m e l i o ' s d i r e c t i o n was
g o o d , but the e n t i r e
production
s e e m e d a b i t too d r a m a t i c and
heavy f o r the d e l i c a t e and d i f f i c u l t
material.
Using this year's previous AD
p l a y s as p r e c e d e n t , t h i s set w a s
s u r p r i s i n g l y good. T h e r e w e r e no
r e a l l y b a d p r o d u c t i o n s , a n d the
m i d d l e t w o w i l l p r o b a b l y be p l a c e d ,
with
The Lesson a n d The Boor o n
my
list of A D B e s t s .
A good
M u c h p r a i s e g o e s to M v r a L e v i n e , d i r e c t o r , but c e n s u r e a l s o ,
f o r the l u d i c r o u s a n d o v e r d o n e a p pea r a n e e o f F a y e N a d l e r , w h i c h » e v e n i n g ' s
entertainment,
indeed.
SIN A Demands Dressing Rooms
For College Laboratory Animals
O n M a v 23 the m e n w i l l g i v e an
e v e n i n g c o n c e r t at the C o b l e s k i l l
High School V u d i t o r i u m . T h i s p r o g r a m i s b e i n g s p o n s o r e d by the
State I ' n i v e r s i t y A g r i c u l t u r a l and
Technical Institute.
The Statesm e n w i l l be g u e s t s at d i n n e r p r i o r
to s i n g i n g the p r o g r a m .
Hot.:
th. following
it re-printed from F a s h i o n s .
" W i t h t h i s c h a n g i n g w o r l d one
th. Indianna Inkk, Indiana Stat.
College,
d o e s n ' t know what t o e x p o c t . Maybe
April 1, 1963.
D a r w i n ' s theory was c o r r e c t , " Dr.
D r . A. I. H a m b e r g e r , d i r e c t o r H a m b e r g e r c o n c l u d e d .
o f t h e s c i e n c e d e p a r t m e n t at ISC
h a s r e c e n t l y a n n o u n c e d the a d d i t i o n o f a c h a p t e r o f S I N A to t h e
campus activities.
The Society
f o r I n d e c e n c y to
Naked A n i m a l s w h i c h is c u r r e n t l y
the fad w i t h P r e s i d e n t Kennedy in
Washington has
made a
mass
p l a n n i n g to a t 1-Pndergraduteimovement westward.
tend s u m m e r sehool must p r o "The
college
biology
departr e g i s t e r now.
m e n t s a r e those h a r d e s t h i t , " Dr.
H a m b e r g e r stated.
- A l l students c o m p l e t i n g degrees
" I t i n v o l v e s q u i t e a h i t n o w to
in J u n e o r A u g u s t , o r s t u d e n t s
a c c o m p l i s h an e x p e r i m e n t .
The
not p l a n n i n g on r e t u r n i n g , s h o u l d
l a b o r a t o r i e s m u s t be e q u i p p e d w i t h
complete
a
W I T H D R A W A L
separate dressing rooms for aniFORM (before taking final exm a l s of d i f f e r e n t s e x e s , " Dr. H a m a m s ) f r o m the S t u d e n t P e r s o n n e l
o f f i c e , I ) - l 10.
b e r g e r added.
It w a s r e v e a l e d t h a t a l t h o u g h the
animals
themselves
don't
mind
Sophs '65
w e a r i n g c l o t h e s , it d o e s p r e s e n t
G - L Mav 10, •'ridav 0-1 1:30
a p r o b l e m to the s t u d e n t s .
A-F
1-3:30
One student r e c e n t l y s a i d , " R e f o r e it d i d n ' t s e e m to m a t t e r but
F rosli ' 6 6 , '07
T-Z
M a v 13,
n o w I t e n d to be e m b a r r a s s e d . I
Monday, 9-1 1 10
R-S
g u e s s i t ' s Just the i d e a o f s k i r t s
3:30
or
p a n t s — w h i c h one to p i c k .
M - Q Mav 1-1, Tuesday, ! ) - l l 10
II-L
It i s not y e t k n o w n h o w l o n g
-3:30
t h i s S o c i e t y f o r I n d e c e n c y to N a k e d
K-O
M a v 15, Wednesday, !)-l 1:30
C-l)
Animals
or
SINA
will operate.
1-3:30
A-B
M a v 10,
H o w e v e r , the H o m e e c o n o m i c s d e I h u r s d a v , fl -I 1:30
S a t u r d a y , M a v 2 5 , w i l l see t h e m
in t h e i r new b l a z e r s a s a f e a t u r e
ol o u r own Faculty dinner.
()n
sundav m o r n i n g they w i l l p a r t i c i p a t e in C a r e e r Day at tin- M o u n t
< ' a l v a r v R a p t i st ( ' h u r c h
p a r t m e n t is c u r r e n t l y w o r k i n g w i t h
the s c i e n c e d e p a r t m e n t in p r o v i d i n g f a s h i o n a b l e t o g s f o r the new
campus collegians.
If t h i s p e r s i s t s , n e w c o u r s e s
w i l l be a p r o b a b l e d e v e l o p m e n t ,
Canine
Creations and/or
Feline
Pre-registration
Schedule
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a n d t h r e a t e n e d to t a k e o f f i n t o
Jerry
Lewis-land,
but the
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To Festival In
& Area Concerts
W i t h i n the n e x t f e w w e e k s , the
S t a t e s m e n w i l l e n t e r t a i n at f o u r
special events. They will travel
to R u r l i n g t o n , V e r m o n t and C o b l e s k i l l , anrl t h e n w i l l p e r f o r m t w i c e
in A l b a n y .
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THE PICTURES BEHIND THE FRONT PAGE
by J o h n S h i p h e r d and J o e
Cambridge
No, don't grab your volume of Homer's collected
works, or scamper about for a copy of Aristotle's
Poetics, we're talking about the Greeks on this campus
and about the Greeks on college campuses throughout
the country. We're talking about the Greeks of today
and the Greeks of tomorrow.
During the past year, the fraternity system on this
campus has been called to account. Various group; ,
and individuals as well, have asked many questior 5
concerning our fraternity system.
"What is i t ? " ,
"Where is i t ? " , and most important of all, "Why is
it?".
Under the sponsorship of the Inter-fraternity
Council, we call upon all Greeks to answer these
questions for themselves, for the administration, anrl
for the student body as a whole.
Greeks
We feel that fraternity members should have a voice
through which they can promote their ideas and ideals,
and we hope that this column will become the voice of
the Greeks on this campus, ft is very easy for individuals or groups of individuals to criticize any fraternity
or fraternity system, and even though a certain amount
of constructive criticism is both necessary and beneficial, a one-sided approach is very rarely an intelligent
or rational approach.
Just what are the aims anrl goals of the fraternity
system? How have1 these objectives been reached in
the past"? How will they be met in the future'/ These
are questions which every interested Greek should
ponder. These are questions which every prospective
Greek should ask. These are the questions that this
column will consider and attempt to answer.
it would be virtually impossible to adequately answer
these questions in a single issue or even in a short
series of articles. Therefore, we shall try to treat
various aspects of the fraternity system, and we hope
our readers will gain a new appreciation and a deeper
insight into fraternity systems as a whole.
Dr. Shaffer D i s c u s s e s
Aims
In a booklet entitled "What Research Tells Us About
Fraternity Life," published by the National Interfraternity Council, (19:58 annual meeting), there appears
a paper submitted by Dr. Robert Shaffer, Dean of Men
at the University of Indiana, which discusses some of
the general aims of fraternities, anrl their contributions
to the college community as a whole,
"The fraternity gives the individual a background
upon which to draw in evaluating and choosing congenial social groups in early adulthood.
'This is a task for which direct education is probably
of little value;, but it can be made easier and achievement can be improved if the institutions of the community, such as churches, and fraternal organizations
are alert to this need of young adults and attempt to
provide a number and variety of social groups to suit
various tastes and temperaments. 1 " (p. 82, Havighlirst's
Developmental
T a s k s und
Education).
In addition, Dr. Shaffer comments:
" A l t h o u g h the f r a t e r n i t y ' s c o n t r i b u t i o n to an i n d i v i d u a l ' s v o c a t i o n a l p r e p a r a t i o n is i n d i r e c t , t h i s c o n t r i b u t i o n
is in the v e r y i m p o r t a n t s o c i a l a r e a . A b i l i t y to cope w i t h
the s o c i a l c o n t e x t of an o c c u p a t i o n c o n t r i b u t e s as m u c h
to v o c a t i o n a l s u c c e s s a s t e c h n i c a l a b i l i t y .
CAMP COUNSELOR OPENINGS
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the ground and kisses the dead
man's feet.
by Paul Jensen
Hint Hours to Rama
i n t e n d s to he
a suspense f i l m about
Mahatma
G h a n d i . W h i l e t h e m o v i e d o e s not
r e a l l y s u c c e e d in m a k i n g t h i s u n l i k e l y c o m b i n a t i o n w o r k , it n e v e r t h e l e s s i s an e n t e r t a i n i n g t h o u g h
unimportant presentation.
T h e m a i n d i f f i c u l t y w i t h the f i l m
i s i t s u n c e r t a i n t y ; it i s u n s u r e w h a t
i t s m e s s a g e i s , o r e v e n if it has
o n e at a l l .
M o s t o f the p i c t u r e ' s t w o - h o u r s p l u s r u n n i n g t i m e i s g i v e n to the
s t o r y of Cihandi's y o u n g a s s a s s i n .
Though t h i s p a r t is s t r i c t l y s u s p e n s e f i l m m a t e r i a l , it i s o b v i o u s
that Ghandi s h a l l d i e .
T h e s c e n e s o f the I n d i a n l e a d e r ,
h o w e v e r , do a c r e d i t a b l e j o b o f
p r e s e n t i n g t h i s m a n and his i d e a s .
This is capped by a c o n c l u d i n g ,
p o s t - a s s a s s i n a t i o n s e q u e n c e in
w h i c h an a c c e n t e d , o f f - s c r e e n
voice
speculates
philosophically
a b o u t G h a n d i a n d the r e s u l t s of
his death.
\ s a r e s u l t , the f i l m i s p u l l e d
in t w o o p p o s i t e d i r e c t i o n s — t o w a r d
K r i e A m b l e r anrl B l a k e R d w a r d s
at one e x t r e m e a n d A b b y M a n n
a n d S t a n l e y K r a m e r at the o t h e r .
It m i g h t h a v e b e e n p o s s i b l e f o r
t h i s t w o - w a y s t r e t c h to p r o d u c e a
t e n s i o n o f s o r t s , b u t i n s t e a d the
a l r e a d y weak connection between
the two is snapped.
W h i l e the m o v i e ' s i n t e n t i o n s a r e
n o t c l e a r , m u c h o f w h a t it a c c o m p l i s h e s is.
Portrayal of Radical
The f i c t i o n a l s t o r y o f N a t h u r a m
( i o d s e , the a s s a s s i n , i s m e a n t to
present a p o r t r a i t of a young r a d i cal.
B u t N'atu s e e m s l e s s l i k e
s u c h an i d e a l i s t t h a n j u s t a b i t t e r
a n d a n g r v y o u t h a t t e m p t i n g to
avenge his f a m i l y ' s death.
I n d e e d , t h e r e i s at one p o i n t the
s t r o n g s u g g e s t i o n that he o n l y c a r r i e d h i s p l a n t h r o u g h b e c a u s e an
I n d i a n s u f f r a g e t t e r e f u s e d to l e a v e
h e r h u s b a n d to go a w a y w i t h h i m .
\nd, of c o u r s e , when Ghandi, w i t h
h i s d y i n g b r e a t h , f o r g i v e s N'atu, the
k i l l e r r e a l i z e s h i s e r r o r , f a l l s to
T h e p o r t r a y a l o f G h a n d i by J . R .
Cassyhap is e x t r e m e l y effective.
P h y s i c a l l y and e m o t i o n a l l y , this
s m a l l r o l e i s the m o s t i m p r e s s i v e one in the f i l m .
W h i l e the p l o t i s p o t e n t i a l l y B m e l o d r a m a , the m a n y o n - l o c a t i o n
scenes of t e e m i n g Indian streets
and v i l l a g e s , the scenes w i t h C a s syhap (and s o m e of
Ferrer's),
and some o c c a s i o n a l l y
beautiful
photography, p a r t i c u l a r l y of Ghand i ' s f a c e a n d h a n d s , r a i s e it t o a
higher
level.
For
these
things
a l o n e , the f i l m i s w o r t h v i e w i n g .
But t h i s d o e s not v i n d i c a t e the
u n c e r t a i n s c r i p t (by N e l s o n ( l i d ding) and u n i m a g i n a t i v e d i r e c t i o n
( M a r k H o b s o n ) t h a t h i g h l i g h t the
f i l m . It i s a s i f Gone With the Wind
h a s b e e n set in T e n n e s s e e W i l l i a m s ' South.
Weinstein Play
To Close Season
C l o s i n g out an a c t i v e d r a m a t i c
s e a s o n , the S t a t e I ' n i v e r s i t y t h e ater
w i l l p r e s e n t A r n o l d W'eins t e i n ' s " B e d F y e of L o v e . " J a m e s
L e o n a r d o f the t h e a t e r ' s d i r e c t o r i a l s t a f f w i l l d i r e c t the p r o d u c t i o n .
A l l the f u n o f the p l a y i s d i r e c t e d t o w a r d t a k i n g healthy pokes
at a h o s t o f s o c i a l m o r e s , l e v e l i n g
i t s t r e n c h a n t s a t i r e p r i m a r i l y at
love and b i g b u s i n e s s — A m e r i c a n
style.
T h e p l a y p r o d u c e d by the D r a m a t i c s a n d A r t s C o u n c i l w i l l be
p r e s e n t e d F r i d a y and Saturday
e v e n i n g M a y 17th a n d 1 8 t h .
The
c u r t a i n w i l l go up on P a g e H a l l at
H:30 p . m .
T i c k e t s a r e b e i n g s o l d at the
T h e a t e r t i c k e t o f f i c e , R. 2 8 9 , f r o m
1 to .1 p. m .
by Gene Tobey
Senate i - h a c k 111 the s w i n g o l
M)fi2.
I'll.- d i s p a s s i o n a t e
lirol
th.' iwo md o n e - h a l l h o u r s e s s i o n
was D e p a r l m e
I Recreation's
Sterile'
I ' e q i l i ' si f o r $ 6 6 1 1 0 . (12.
ellleleliev
gave
WaV
last
W e d n e s d a y n i g h l to r a i s e d t e r n p e r s , p e r s o n 11 c o m m e n t s , and a t -
C o a c h M e r l i n II a t h a w a v w a s
p r e s e n t lo a n s w e r q u e s t i o n s on the
I c m p l c d ho i! b a i t i n g .
Kiji-hi o i l the l i . i t . F i n a n c e C o m m i t l e e r e q u e - t e d a $7511 i p p r u pnation
lor
, speaker
it t i n s
l a l l ' s I P'.lh C o i n o e a l i o n .
I t e m i z e d budget.
\ t i c r t w o m o t i o n s lo l i m i t d e ba l e , the b u d g e t w a s I i n a l l y pa s s c d .
I m m e d i a t e l y , m e m b e r s ol F i n o ; - . Committee proposed a mo11.... io r e s t r i c t d i e m a i n l i n e ip
p r o p r I a t i o II o l $3,52 1 5 7 f o r
" e q u i p m e n t , r e p a i r s , 111(1 -Up
Von Doren Chosen
M-loet. I l.v llle K r u s h W e e k e n d
I iilllllllttee
I lol'ell,
'A IS
eminent
I 11
Milk
\
(Utllor
(lid
el'ltl.
ui,I now I ' r o l e s s o r
l-ineiiiuL l i g l i s l i al i o l u m b i a .
While
ollio
senators
tell
III
ol
the
m p r e s s i o n u , , i i l d be w i t h the n . m e
o l llle - p e a k e i an.I not w i t h 111m e s s a g e , lh. m a j o r i t y a g r e e d that
bringing
i m in of V a n I l i n e n ' s
s t a t u r e w o u l d g i v e the C o n v o e i t m n
i n e e d e d " . - h o t in the a r m . "
student
I ' e e e C r o u p ' s budget
w a s n a r r o w Iv d e f e a t e d . ( Hie S e n a t o r a c c u s e d the g r o u p .,t " l e f t wing propag i n d i z i n g . "
\nolher
o b j e c t e d to the s u b s i d i z i n g ill p a r lisan political views.
These attacks were countered
by a c c u s a t i o n s
of " n a r r o w m i n d e d n e s s " and " i l l i b e r a l n e s s . "
S e n a t e let t h e m go a n o t h e r y e a r
without funds.
Dept. C
Y o r k 3 6 , N. Y. %
Ferrer is Natural
Horst Buccholz valiantly t r i e s
to do something with this poorly
developed c h a r a c t e r , but very little
can be done. On the other hand,
Das, the Superintendent of Police,
is a believable person.
Well
played by J o s e F e r r e r , he looks
completely natural, not only to
the environment but to the storyline.
Senate Defeats Peace Group Budget,
Passes Limited Budget for Recreation
|d|eS."
I he
motion
llll ill'.
leeopte !
b\
•-en it.- r e s t r i c t s the D e p a r t m e n t lo
p u r e h ise o n l y t h o s e l i s t e d on Mr
budget
Hid
ill
S u c h l i u m b e r s up to
m l i n c l u d i n g t h o s e s t i p u l a t e d in
the b u d g e t .
\dditlonal purchases
m u s t he s u b m i t t e d to F i n a n c e C o m mittee.
In l e s s h e a t e d a c t i o n , the n o m n u l l . i n o f D o u g l a s I'Tagg '6-1 as
M i n i s t e r of F r a t e r n i t i e s in.I KM
' n m a n ' 6 6 as s e c o n d Senate s e c retarv were confirmed.
Election
'"
the ( d o s e d s e s s i o n Senate
n o m i n a t e d and e l e c t e d rive n i e m l i e r s to the n e w l y e n l a r g e d A t h l e t i c
Advisory Board
l'ru.' p e o p l e e l e c t e d w e r e J o s e p h
Cambridge '64, Mary Lewis '65,
K iTol Fitzgerald '65, W illiani Col-
Dirttto'
N.w
NOTICES
Nevertheless, Provides Entertainment
Man and Ideas
A V o i c e for the
C a r r o l ! S h a r t l e has [ j o i n t e d out thai s o c i a l c o n d i t i o n s
a r e a p a r t of o c c u p a t i o n a l i n f o r m a l ion a n d , t h e r e f o r e ,
ought to be a p a r t o f the o c c u p a t i o n a l p r e p a r a t i o n .
The
f r a t e r n i t y is a u n i q u e i n s t i t u t i o n in g i v i n g t h e youti", m a n
b a c k g r o u n d i n f o r m a t i o n and d a y - t o - d a y e x p e r i e n c e in
p r e p a r i n g f o r h i s v o c a t i o n a l and p r o f e s s i o n a l l i f e . "
In the n e x t l e w w e e k s , we s h a l l e x a m i n e these s t a t e m e n t s m o r e t h o r o u g h l y , in the hope o f p r e s e n t i n g in
g r e a t e r d e t a i l the l u l l s i g n i f i c a n c e o f D r . S h a f f e r ' s
views.
Mr.
Ghandi Film Falls Short Of Mark
Recreation Budget
But
the
lag
I; m e - o o n s u m c r of
San
°"
'65,
and
Michael
PAGE 7
Covernanti
Jwnlar G e t s
Pat Pezzulo. vice president of
the J u n i o r C l a s s , announces that
t i c k e t s f o r the J u n i o r C l a s s B a n q u e t a r e n o w o n s a l e In t h e p e r i styles.
The banquet, a S m o r g a s b o r d , w i l l be h e l d at H e r b e r t ' s o n
S u n d a y , M a y 19 a t 1 p . m .
M e m b e r s of the J u n i o r C l a s s a r e
r e q u e s t e d to r e t u r n t h e i r s e n i o r
p i c t u r e s to r o o m 1 i n B r u b a c h e r
d u r i n g t h e w e e k o f M a y 13.
Cap
a n d g o w n p i c t u r e s m a y not b e u s e d
in the y e a r b o o k .
Anyone w i s h i n g
retakes may make rearrangements
at t h i s t i m e . I f t h e r e a r e a n y p r o b l e m s , please contact Corky Petrick, editor.
Les Innovateurs
Les Innovateurs
will h o l d a
m e e t i n g o n M a y 16 i n B r u b a c h e r
f r o m 7:00 to 8:30 p . m . T h e p u r p o s e o f t h i s m e e t i n g w i l l be to
elect new o f f i c e r s .
Refreshments
w i l l be s e r v e d .
The Second Annual C l o s i n g B a n q u e t w i l l be h e l d at the P e t i t P a r i s
R e s t a u r a n t on T u e s d a y , M a y 2 1 .
F r e n c h c u i s i n e w i l l be s e r v e d . . A t
t h i s t i m e , the n e w o f f i c e w i l l be
i n s t a l l e d . A g u e s t s p e a k e r w i l l be
featured.
A l l those
French are
e t s w i l l be
f r o m 10:00
M a y 15, 16
$3.50 each.
who a r e i n t e r e s t e d in
u r g e d to a t t e n d . T i c k s o l d i n the p e r i s t y l e s
a . m . to 3 : 0 0 p . m . on
a n d 17. T h e y w i l l be
Charming Club
Channing Club is having its a n nual S p r i n g P i c n i c , Sunday, May
19, at the h o m e o f D r . J o s e p h R.
S a n d e r s , 538 D a w s o n R o a d , D e l mar.
A l l who a r e i n t e r e s t e d in
a t t e n d i n g s h o u l d s i g n the l i s t o n
the C h a n n i n g C l u b b u l l e t i n b o a r d
o r c o n t a c t T r u d i e S t e c k a l by M a y
15th, H O 3 - 9 4 3 8 .
Financial Notice
T h e T r o y B u s i n e s s and P r o f e s sional Women's Club will award
$ 1 2 5 to a g i r l o r w o m a n who r e s i d e s in the T r o y a r e a , i n c l u d i n g
W a t e r v l i e l and r u r a l reas a r o u n d
T roy.
T h e a p p l i c a n t s h o u l d be e n r o l l e d
f o r the p u r p o s e o f c o m p l e t i n g a
degree p r o g r a m or taking special
c o u r s e s to a d v a n c e h e r p o s i t i o n s .
The T r o y C l u b i s p a r t i c u l a r l y
i n t e r e s t e d in a i d i n g the w o m a n w h o
i s r e t u r n i n g to the l a b o r m a r k e t ,
o r w h o i s d e s i r o u s of e h a n g i n g h e r
c a r e e r to a m o r e s a t i s f a c t o r y f i e l d
for her abilities.
The applicant
s h o u l d lie d o i n g s a t i s f a c t o r y w o r k ,
but n e e d not be at the top o f the
< • 1 a s s.
The ( d u b i s m o r e i n t e r e s t e d in
the s e r i o u s n e s s o f p u r p o s e in t a k i n g the c o u r s e o r c o u r s e s and in
h e r need f o r f i n a n c i a l a s s i s t a n c e
i n c o v e r i n g the cost o l the c o u r ses.
\pplieations
i r e now a v a i l a b l e
in the F i n m e i a l
M d ( i f f i c e and
s h o u l d be sent in no l a t e r t h a n
M a v 15, 1963
Seniors
C o l o r il f u n ! ' II any o l the 152
s e n i o r s not p l a n n i n g lo a t t e n d M o v i n g - t ' p - D a v w o u l d h k e to a t t e n d the
f u n c t i o n , thev mav - t i l l o r d e r a cap
a n d g o w n bv c o n t a c t i n g H i c k K e l l v
in W i t e r b u r v Ha I I .
Counselors
The l i r s t o r i e n t a t i o n m e e t i n g f o r
the c o u n s e l o r s f o r F r o s h W e e k l'J63 w i l l t a k e p l a c e on F r i d a y ,
May 10 at one o ' c l o c k in K - 3 9 0 ,
M l c o u n s e l o r s .in' r e q u i r e d to a t tend
Business Student!
Ml business students d e s i r i n g
to s t u d e n t t e a c h d u r i n g the 1 9 6 3 64 a c a d e m i c y e a r a n d who h a v e not
yet b e e n i n t e r v i e w e d by e i t h e r M r .
Bayer or Mr
Schultheis
should
see
Mr
S c h u l t h e i s in H I 75 o n
F r i d a y , May 17 b e t w e e n 9 - 1 2 a . m .
It t h i s i s i m p o s s i b l e , c o n t a c t
M r S c h u l t h e i s t h r o u g h the c o l l e g e
mull.
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S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y N E W S , FRIDAY,
S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y N E W S . FRIDAY.
M A Y 10, 1 9 6 3
by Bill Colgan
The
Annual
Women's
Association's
A funny thing happened to the varsity baseball squad
at Cortland last week — they came back alive. The
mere fact that Burlingame's lads got massacred 10-2
on the diamond is incidental.
But hold! Of course we only make jest. Heck, our
ball players sojourned over to Cortland with light
hearts and a song on their lips. They also sojourned
with two light tanks, an armored bus, four state police
c a r s , a truckload of beer (to appease the natives),
four companies of boy scouts, and a contingent from
the 101st Airborne.
Strangely enough, Cortland was practically deserted
when the team pulled into town. Maybe the fact the bus
eased down the main drag at 4:48 a.m. had something
to do with this. No sense in announcing Albany's p r e s ence. Who in Cortland would care that State was there
anyway?
The game soon got underway on the spacious Cortland
field which straight away to center measured all of
340 feet. The field's small dimensions were in part
made up for by the twenty foot wire fence that surrounded it. Funny thing though about it being electrified
when State took the field.
The ball game just didn't go right for the Peds. They
didn't seem to have their minds completely on the
game. Whoever heard of a right fielder wearinga battle
helmet anyhow?
So, the game was played and lost. But at least
everything had gone fairly smoothly. And so as the
Peds walked back to their bus who do they see playing
lacrosse. Who else but State's other favorite school —
Adelphi. Exit State left, running all the way.
held
films
of different
athletic
The
feature
Olympic
sports
of the
awards.
evening
is open
interested
who
would like
activities.
served
in
to a l l w h o
the
films
is no charge
Refreshments
announces
Margie
and
to s u p p o r t W .A. A . ' s
There
evening.
man
will
to p r e s e n t a t i o n
are
the
M a y 15. T h e
program
addition
Athletic
N i g h t w i l l be-
this Wednesday.
evening's
in
Awards
for
w i l l lie
general
chair-
Tucker.
Softball Action
On Thursday,
Alden
Hall.
game
of the
league
M a v 2, Savles beat
met
f o r the r e m a t c h .
of
Delta
beat
9 to 5 o n
next
team
failed to s h o w
On
Monday,
will
of a
matched against
In
a.score
are
Kap's
full
Del-
Kap was
the league.
Del-
Phi Delta
general,
game,
each
the
softball
would
captains
to urge
single
pulsion
from
all
their
will
the
will
be
league
undefeated
taken
the
in t h e l e a g u e sof a r .
an
KB
action
team
clutch
The
be
Discussors
by
the
team
record,
and
beat
question
ineligibility
mean
games
a
proven to
with
a
1-0
Then' has I
raised
as
of a player.
possible
so f a r have been
to
n
the
II c o u l d
forfeit.
of
softball
teammates
games,
result
since
in e x -
The
offensive
run
rally.
run
with
staved
bid
after
The third league has been playing its usual brand of ball. Sonne
s e e m s to be in control of the
league. SI.S has been picked as
The
the next
two m e n were
order.
The
Thomas
who came
The
the
II
to
came
stay
went
up with
two
came
six
innings
by
to
in
up
homeruns
early
who
to the plate,
15-13 but
\P \
a
small
week
margin
could
games
the
this
standings
has
pitcher
two homers
arrogant,
d e m e n t e d
issued a challenge
inhabitants
House
of
Waterbury,
and
Lake
softball
sports
keeps
Gary
to his credit
Smith
this
tomorrow
at
1:30 p . m .
gold trophy
will
A
go to t h e
fered
varsity
its fifth
last
tei.nis
defeat
Tuesday,
up
a 7-2 victory
next
team
will
weekend
versitv
" l o o s e "
nicknamed
gries."
official
their
But
release,
the counselors
team
it
have
" T h eHun
on d o r m
food
will
fated
Ted
"Don't
D il s a n e n k o ,
missed
fred
at the plate.
other
down
the
than
ignorance
of
they
be
will
facing,
can lole rate
will
be u n a b l e
vi n lity
Ihei r
pleases
us to c a r r v
]K11nt
expect
supreme
issued
statement:
1 he
late
mitteil
know
I m-
— the high-
f i - I,
le
i
date
record,
of its m a t c h e s
did
ther
in
match
Oneont i
Potsdam
9-0
had
victon-s
-I .agti'.-re I
l,y
ii, ihc n u m b e r
match,
,nd th
I»T
till'
three
--1
B n -
I
ill
B irthelm.s
:n ' I v t u r n -
prove.|'ed
veir
M ,|,.
.• i - . I \
HeiSen
tllCir
,|| I
f-
Mi l-t I -
doubles
sel
by
the
sixth
bowed
llv
ol
spot
unfi-1
ol
m
added
I,
got
doubles
shut
fi-0,
Costello
fi-
since
to the insane
Last
Friday,
downed
"!'"'"
l
, A i
"
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"'
1 Hen-
fi-.i,
: : l
N
"'IM'i'n-
" ' A '' ' l
torv
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Buy
Meadows
The
frosh
rounds
Shove
* ' '
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t h e ve i r
'A
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b II1V
Ill
stofV
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it. l i e -
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meet ing ol
Illdld.lteS
I till
to.
Illlee s c l -
c o m e
I. . I i n M u r ' e ' . , . , ' - i ' ' , •.-. •
end
sing],.-
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K.- ' I - , '
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will
p in
.•sled
in
men
. .'it
IIM
' h e I, I " '
lol
il
Ml
needed
The
was
I I'e
w a s 0 1 i g i n a 11 v
meet lllgs
be
held
"1
final
of
frosh
season,
Tuesday
opponents.
C
in
I'tiea with
...
u
first
and Don Bowler
In t h e b i g o n e w i t h
at
Pinehaven
derland
in
startingpitcher
for eight
the first
made
up f o r h i s deficiencies
four
and batting
was
the
frames.
along
in the
in four
bottom
order,
half
runs.
of the
with
that
Kimball
provided the
rallies
In
the fifth
frame
four
markers
to knot
Maurer
oneonla's
the next
victory.
t
C
"
star
five
again
.lohn
showed
First
that
won the
state
scored
the game up,
Vrtiak,
strong
flighlers
team
Maurer
_
,
,
B l j
e x p e r i e n c e d
into
-jl e a m
a slim
bridie
best
2
ball
lead.
on
Morgan's
great
Vrtiak's
clutch
the ninth
points,
which
won
were
too much
f o r the c o m b i n e d effort
of Plica's
I amphere
and
F.d
able
to t a l l y
back
Broomfield
two-bagger.
series
of
fielder's
wasevontual-
State's
Seventh P r o v e i
fourth run
Lucky
inning proved
' ' " ' the Peds,
as they
f
time
° r
the
first
odorizzi
went
went
in
the
lucky
ahead
game.
to second base o n
•' t h r o w i n g e r r o r , a n d w a s s i n g l e d
.
,
,,
,
, ,
.,
,,. ,
•
h o m e by Penfield. M i z z u r u l l i then
, , .k
;
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"
•' ' " ' ' ' P - i s s , a n d D o n . M c i . u n n
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,
,,
,
. . .
U
-'
able lo s i n g l e P e n f i e l d h o m e
Drop T w o G o m e i
Prior
had
to t h i s
taken
contests,
it
victory,
on
the
the Peds
chin
in t w o
courtesy of Cortland 10-2
a n d New P a l l ? 11-4
' he
Cortland
game
' "' -
Captain
Bill
Nelson
reliable
Don
Bowler
finishing
touches
and always
added
to t h e v i c t o r y
just
five
the
however,
by
connected
seven points.
\t
Fencing society held its final meet-
"State's
U l
"'
'
stitution
thcv
were
g j
Rei(j
steady
challenge
Six"
laced
Wednesday
scheduled
a
when
at H a m i l t o n
hits
was
w a s .1 s a d
at
C.irv
Paltz
tor
the
17 h i t s ,
five e r r o r s ,
trouble
'
'
o n e bright
lor two home
Ncu
tagged
i n g at w h i e 1 t i m e t h e S o c i e t y ' s . o n ind
and
Broomfield
The seventh
Cibson.
\|banv
discussed
time,
a
to
,hinu uh h s iU ,ni pp,ls h( M ,o
grabbing another
M a v _», t h e
was read,
T h r o u g h
ly
back
then w a l k e d f o r
his s e c o n d
choices,
luck,
Just
1 1/2 o f 'heir nine
'
points.
'
,,
,,
, , , , . ,
Doug
Morgan
and John \ rtiak
. - , / . - ,
,
.
swept
, 1 2 p o i n t s to r o c k e t s t a t e
V9 a n d u n d e f e a t e d
Paul
second
l a s h e d
course),
w i n n i n gH
W C i m u i U l C M
Ihursdav,
the
with
Odorizzi
played
again had tough
Ray
Strauber,
led off
singles.
ClubinOuil-
h o m e
lost
matches
Bob
n
On
Smith
all won
Ftita,
Country
(State's
and Strauber
m a n I'red
Morgan,
M
s
n
spot,
nth
who
runs
Peds
were
and committed
is the w inners
all notching
h a d no
their
I n -
umph
approved
\ Iso,
on
c|c. lion
cers
the
agenda
ol o l d .e r s
lol
l'u;:i
fil
B.-id 'fi I;
'fi'1.
w is
a:-
Presi.lenl,
\ .. c P r e s i d e n t ,
I leasurer,
Itm
' fil; S e c r e l 1 r v - I I 1 s t o 1
I iinm
nid
I en
B 1 h-
maiui
'l\'i
ill.
Idle n e w o f f i -
Bob
I
i n ,
I (|iiipri;on!
' fi ".
i s l s a t u r d . i v , M i \ t, the so. c i v
held
its
Iron,
North
(he
andD o n '
Wulter,
delivered
a seven
foot
o n the
their
next
mutch
home
against the
lina I
meet
with
\dams,
Mass
m itch began,
sented
to
I d
society's
1troph\
Kent,
Men's
.
Aas p i e -
w nine r
toil
group
Belore
1.1 t h e
tournament
r;i r i l e 1 in t h e s e m e s t e r
I he m a t c h w a s d i r e c t e d b\ \
and
Selected
THE SAFE WAYto stay alert
without harmful stimulants
more
\dams
il,
N o Dew
alert
tea.
keeps
with
handier,
lulely
mentally
the same
found
Yet
y o n
in
N o D o z
more
n u t
rollee
is
reliable
habit
safe
reand
taster,
AI.HO
f o r m i n g .
Next
lime
monotony
y o u leel d r o w s y
working
millions
or
while
studying,
makes
driving,
d o as
d o . . . p e l It u p
Anuiim
«(»"«>•'•'"
" 1 ibuijtonui
l.'olli
by
both
lank
meinlie 1 s
teams
I he
took
the
in e a r l y
final
l e a d ,ih<\ h e l d
score
being
19-fi
L o c k of E i p e r i e n c t
were
slate
It'll
they
lack
from
as
well
form,
that
o l i'xpt I'leiice p r e v e n t e d t h e m
doing
in good
boys
but t h e i r
Willi
s a l e , d i e d i v e N o l )(./. t a b i d s
judgi'd
.• x 1 H• 1 u e i i o e d t e a 111 I r u m N o I'tll
I he
fresher
at
,,
TO b y
( ollins
a r e n o w 1-1 o n t h e
and play
left
Manager , Bob B r o w n
Falls.
by Solomon
w a s the
F in ol M o t c k
hole
The
same
putt
and a single
Kimball.
of the inning.
State
first
a
Smith
."
point of the m u t c h
sinking
\fter
I d
this
|x>intn.
the
the defeat
now stand
., ,
11 1 , P •' ,
1
state
i-o e d t o v i c t o r y n u m b e r
..
,
,
, ,
.
, ,,
.
three
as
Saturday
at O n e o n t a ,
,,,
, ,
, in,
,
.,
, 1
r
JO
1 _» - fi 1 2.
In this m a t c h
,,
.. .
,
,.
, ,
the Beds w o n live ol s i x m a t c h e s ,
m u t c h at
Steve
also
at
handily,
balance.
I 1si
todav
l e d by the fine
Solomon
while
Bachorz
undefeated
The P e d s
c,
to
asked
Community
Untitling
deciding
breaking
next
were
.John M e y e r ,
Hich
at
M a V it, b u t d u e to
Ail!
out
afternoon as
inter
planning
till
! I eshlli in ' l a s s
I 1id i v ,
tod.iv
to
s h o o t i n g 8 5 a n d Hfi, r e s p e c -
tively.
and
1-0
,
meeting
III e e t 1 11 g
tie l l l l e d
'
-•.•]
l i e Xt
runner
Fencers Overmatched
D - 110
lot
Monday
thei r
•Jim
held
are
continued
a 5-1 slate.
cross-countrv
be
who
iltciid this
I III S
ill
Sauers and his M -
golfers
l f i - 10.
ended
Cro s \ - C o u n t r y
'.•'.'
,...,..,
I'tiea,
Doug
il.e -
th
Stale
to go a h e a d f o r k e e p s .
crushed previously
I ' l i t / 1ICV. \ e d l l e s d IV
NOTICE
I-
thcv
Silvernail,
the
.,. , t . ' h ,
iI i- ! r• i ' - ,
Richard
Stale
.•I i n e x t h o m e i t . i t c h i - i g a 111-1,
One-Sided Defeats
I l i e r e s ! ,| . I , , .
Dr.
bany
to
golftciim
fought
in Glens
of John
the
losing
home,
been e o m -
the frosh
in a h a r d
the
'o
,1
pegs
Varsity Golfers Keep Perfect Record
Knocking Utica From Undefeated Ranks
fi-1
'"i-.nt...
' ' " ' ^ ' " ' " I ' 1 " Vx':
matches,
i s,
peter I Diversity
it
easily
contest.
asylum
A d j r o n d a e k
College
and
o i l , as
dropped
match,
le-
<'.-.'
choice
for
In the f i f t h , P a u l H a r n e y a n d d a r y
to
in t h i s d e -
Barthelmes
dele ,te,|
ill I
"'her
varsity
matches
onlv
defeats
nearly
» h - v :\>-v
l (
scored
the inning
and added t h r e e m o r e in t h e s e v e n t h
tirst
fi-2,
doubles
Joe Mazzarulli
winning ways
' e ,
I'ekson
Third-sacker
found
Ihei r
ol
singled
over
spark
Defeats
i ineonta
i n i I ' g i n o l fi - ) , ('.- _'
.'I ell
si ridi
then
game.
have been h a v i n g t h e i r
-T.llg
^"irtevant
COP I I I - n . , t | |
Wolllel
he
m
I he
;
r I ' I Vr
.John
for
p .rtmon'
t \\ d -
- h ,- o u t
If il
rs
of
hits
It
fi-J.
.me - ngl.- -
\ n i s ' . -
lo'l'des
Iron, being
lohn
m T o o !
,nd dohn
d
to 1uesd t v ' -
thelmes
ner
I he B e d s
.11 - \
i l l ! Ni".l P l i t /
!.
good
first
on the
on the m o u n d , h o w e v e r , b y s w a t t i n g
lost
fi-3,
Frosn Golfers Prove
Pinch Putting Pays
yl'ji)'/ H i. KnnuMiTobaccoCouipuny, Winaii.it .Halcui, N C.
He
going
division,
the
a-
troubles
,p-
n-g:-
winning
Prior
two -p..!,
W Iah
Penfield
as he w a s tagged
runs
dropping
Must.is
playing
lebut
p i " i -all'
llv I
II l l l l b e l
deleat
the
he s t r o k e d
who batte 1 ninth,
the
singles
in the - i n g l e s
his
A Ith ' iriconl i
( inc.,ni , h e
perfect
fi-1.
five
Wolller,
11 rin
loiind
Costello,
Doubles
how tough
i;- :t,
our victory
in
have
just
with
iceepl
Rroomfield
with
t h e P e d s , b u t h e w a s n o t at a l l
sharp
fi-1.
h u m Ilation, we
demented
slalemenl
toOswcgn
M ite
i n d the peds
lo
o u r o p p o n e n t •• l o l a k e
rinse rable
is
his match
so ison.
out,
in i e r v - b a b i e s
ultimate
of cruel
prowess
have
hungry
none
Blodgclt.
in t h e i r
the athletic
following
" W e
not
in the
and
in
Smitty
Man-
ball
" B a d M a n "
rough
the n u m b e r
the
H-j,
llonr.'kson
is
to d a t e
f i |-st m a t c h
rained
hatches"
Cosliek,
The c o u n s e l o r s
who
never
Wei r d o Nigh I " S m i t h ,
Kiner"
the
" I' ve
Hon " N o whiffle
hall,
guvs"
is hi' b o w e d
M
ricked
ponentS w e r e
m vb e d "
mess
K.iv
"Batten
llopfe,
the
counselors
b e , Boss " W h o took
Dunn,
was
gated
Heading the ill
slot
Oneonta Tough
that's
self-evident.
back
K i m b a l l H o t Sharp
'I h e I ' d - h i v e
travel
for
sat-
of the si'ison
Tournament
Onlv
that
team
as n n e o n t a
won o n l v o n e m a t c h
team.
their
A
second,
led off the f r a m e
a n d F.d
a fielder's
year.
Ped Racqueteers Bow to Oneonta
For Fifth Defeat At Mid-Season
game.
b e he 1 I d o n V e t e r a n ' s
will
runs.
the
eventually
run
Dick
for
Mouse
gala a f t e r n o o n of high final-
things
as the
right
followed
Kimball
The
\rroqant Counselors
State
walk,
Ciary
via
considerably.
the
put
in
Odorizzi
a
State
the
alter
four
rally
two doubles
by
state's
leading by onlv
scored
Penfield
too many on base.
T h i s Weeks A c t i o n
to have
game
third
previous
T X O outhit
pulled
to b a t i n t w o r u n s .
f o u l e d out to the
team
run
day.
inning
rally.
each
team
Dick
point
lo kill the
With
seemed
three
in the
w i t h t w o m e n oi
wild
witnessed
up in the f i r s t ,
home
with
had two
m
was a
which
P e d r a l l i e s that finally
sewed
the
game
The turning
game
affair,
the contest out.
fourth
lead
Moore,
is evident
UP FRONT
three
New
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took the Movements 17-10.
PAGE 9
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STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS. FRIDAY,
On Campus
Mth
(Author of "I Was a Teen-age Dwarf', "The
Loves of Dobie Gillis", etc.)
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HOW TO SEE EUROPE
FOR ONLY $300 A DAY: NO. 3
When all of you go to Europe during y o u r s u m m e r vacation,
you will certainly w a n t to visit Spain, where t h e tall corn grows,
T h e first thing you will notice upon entering Spain is the
absence of sibilants. In Spain " s " is pronounced " t h " and
thereby hangs a tale. Until the reign of Philip IV—or ( l u y
Fawkes, as he was sometimes called—Spaniards said " s " j u s t
like e v e r y b o d y else. Philip IV, however, lisped, and Spaniards,
having an ingrained sense of propriety and not wishing to embarrass their monarch, decided t h a t everybody should lisp. This
did indeed p u t Philip IV very much a t his ease, b u t in the end
it turned o u t to be a very bad thing for Spain. I t wrecked the
sassafras i n d u s t r y — S p a i n ' s principal source of revenue - a n d
reduced the nation to a second-class power.
Pi GammaMu Goldwater Actively Creating Image
initiates Members 0f C o n s e r v a t j s m On Senate Floor
Pi Comma Mu
Pi G a m m a Mu, National S o c i a l
S t u d i e s Honor Society, held its
annual initiation banquet T h u r s d a y , May 2, at J a c k ' s R e s t a u r a n t .
Dr. B r u c e Solnick, Assistant P r o f e s s o r of H i s t o r y , w a s the g u e s t
speaker.
T h e following p e o p l e w e r e i n i t i a t e d into the s o c i e t y :
Dr. Lois
S t o n e , A s s i s t a n t P r o f e s s o r of H i s tory and Mr. E r n e s t F r i c k e , Ins t r u c t o r of H i s t o r y ;
R o s s Dunn,
Olga Jaclick and G e o r g e Wolff,
Seniors;
Norton Banks, H a r r i e t
Aranoff, J a n e De S o m m a , C a r o l
E a t o n , Edith G i o n o t t i , J a n e t G o r d o n , E v a K l e i n , Ron P u t n a m , M a r ietta R a n e r i , R o b e r t R i t t n e r , R o g e r
R i t z m a n n and J e a n Van Slyke.
T h e newly e l e c t e d o f f i c e r s for
1963-64 a r e J e a n Van Slyke, P r e s ident;
C a r o l E a t o n , Vice P r e s i dent; Marietta Raneri, S e c r e t a r y ;
and Roger Ritzman, T r e a s u r e r .
by Joseph W. Galu
What is the j u n i o r s e n a t o r t r o m
Arizona doing t h e s e days? B a r r y
G o l d w a t e r is o f f i c i a l l y r u n n i n g for
h i s t h i r d t e r m in the United S t a t e s
Senate.
( J o l d w a t e r w a s f i r s t e l e c t e d in
1952 due to the h e l p of the E i s e n hower landslide.
In 1958 he w a s
r e - e l e c t e d , defeating a well-known
and p o p u l a r e x - g o v e r n o r .
This
was despite a general Democratic
landslide. (Goldwater is a Republican.)
S i n c e h i s a p p e a r a n c e in the S e n ate, Goldwater has become a leade r of the R e p u b l i c a n r i g h t wing.
He c a l l s h i m s e l f and i s r e g a r d e d
as a conservative.
He h a s s p o k e n out a g a i n s t c i v i l
r i g h t s l e g i s l a t i o n a s it h a s b e e n
p r o p o s e d to c o n g r e s s .
To h i m ,
the b i l l s a r e .not c i v i l r i g h t s but
instead a r e civil l i b e r t i e s .
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As a result, Spaniards were all forced to turn to bull fighting
in order to keep body and soul together. T o d a y , wherever you
go in Spain in Madrid, in Barcelona, in Toledo, in Cleveland
you will see bulls being fought, f o r m a n y years the bulls
have sought to a r b i t r a t e this long-standing dispute, but the
Spaniards, a proud people who Use nothing but Castile soap,
have rejected all overtures.
It is therefore necessary for me to explain bull fighting to
anyone who is going to Spain. It. is also necessary for me to
say a few words about Marlboro Cigarettes because they pay
me for writing this column, and they are inclined to pout if I
ignore their product. In t r u t h , it is no chore for me to sing the
praises of Marlboro Cigarettes, for I am one who fairly swoons
with delight when I come upon a cigarette which gives vol lie
full, rich taste of good tobaccos plus the pure white Selectratc
filter, and Marlboro is the only smoke I have found that fulfills
both requirements. Oh, what a piece of work is Marlboro! The
flavor reaches you without stint, or diminution, 'i mi, even as I.
will find these s t a t e m e n t s to be happily true when once you
light a Marlboro. Marlboros come to you in soft pack or flipT o p box, and are made only by I he makers of Marlboro.
But I digress. Let us return to bull fighting. Bulls are by
nature bellicose creatures who will keep fighting till the cows
come home. T h e n they like to put. on pipe anil slippers and
listen to the " f a r m and I Ionic Hour." However, the Spaniards
will not allow the bulls any surcease. T h e y keep a t t a c k i n g the
bull and making veronicas a corn meal pancake filled with
ground meat. Bulls, being vegetarians, reject the veronicas
and then, believe you me, the iwx starts to fly!
To be perfectly honest, many Spaniard- have grown weary
of this incessant struggle and have left their homeland. Columbus, lor example, took olf in three little -hips the I'atti,
the Maxene, and the l.averue and discovered < Ihio, Magellan
later discovered Columbus
Balboa also sailed to the New
World, but he was silent on a peak in Darien, so it is dillicull
to know what IK; discovered.
Well sir, I guess t h a t ' s all you need to know about Spain
So now, as the setting sun casts its rosy fingers over K\ (Ireco,
let. us take our reluctant leave of Spain or Perfidious Albion,
as it. is jocularly called Aloha, Spain or Perfidious Albion, aloha '
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Mu L a m b d a \ l p h a , the m o d e r n
l a n g u a g e h o n o r a r y , a n n o u n c e s that
a m e e t i n g will be h e l d on May 15,
at 7:30 p . m . in R r u b a c h e r .
The
p r o g r a m will i n c l u d e two U r i c a n
f i l m s and i n s t a l l a t i o n of new officers.
T h e new p r e s i d e n t is E l i z a b e t h
\ u s t i n ' 6 4 : vice p r e s i d e n t is Eva
Klein ' 6 1 : s e c r e t a r y is ( j e r r y Cioldm a n ' 6 4 : and H e r b e r t Dieek ' 6 4 ,
is the new t r e a s u r e r .
U n i o n
Snack
Bar
New m e m b e r s w e r e i n i t i a t e d into
the h o n o r a r v at the Annual S p r i n g
B a n q u e t , which w a s h e l d o n \ p r i l 3 .
at J a c k ' s H e s t u a r a n t .
F r o m the
F r e n c h d e p a r t m e n t the following
were selected:
Elizabeth \ustin,
J a m e s Biush, Bernice C h i l d ,
J a n i no Derohannesian,
Carol
E a t o n , Crcraldine G o l d m a n , and
Norma Heselden.
Also from the F r e n c h d e p a r t ment, Barbara Keenan,Sandra Kehoe, Eva Klein, J o a n K o l s t e r , V a l e r i e Kreskv, Mary Mama, C h r i s tine M a j e w i c z , Beth R e c t o r , R o b ert R i t t n e r , Carol Rossomano,
K a r o n S h e i n m a n , I . v n n S h a w , David
S i m i n g t o n , M a r l i n e S i m p s o n , and
B a r b a r a Zondlo.
f r o m the S p a n i s h d e p a r t m e n t ,
the f o l l o w i n g w e r e
initiated:
G e o r g i n e A l t a m o r e , Donna C a u l field, A u d r e y H a l l , K a t h l e e n H a r b o w i c h , P a t r i c i a n R o b o t h a m , Sue
Ellen S e n z e l , M a r y S o l l e c i t o , and
S h e i l a St r o m w a s s e r .
f r o m the G e r m a n d e p a r t m e n t ,
Walt r a n d C o t t o n , H e r b e r t D i e c k ,
N o r m a C a v e r , J e a n K. J o n e s , Hedi
Moore, Ekkehard Piening, Paul
P r a u s , and J o a n n e W'enzo] w e r e
initiated.
Adela Nowak w a s i n i t i a t e d from
the R u s s i a n d e p a r t m e n t .
Imago Builder
G o l d w a t e r h a s c r e a t e d an i m a g e
of c o n s e r v a t i s m . He h a s l e a d and
now l e a d s the c o n s e r v a t i v e R e p u b l i c a n s in the S e n a t e . T h e s e c o n s e r v a t i v e s include John T o w e r ,
Roman Hruska, Milward Simpson,
Bourke Hickenlooper, and many
o t h e r s v e r y few p e o p l e know.
Goldwater has become outspoken
and has m a d e
m a n y t o u r s of
speeches.
He h a s w r i t t e n , o r at
l e a s t b e e n c r e d i t e d with h a v i n g
w r i t t e n , a book e n t i t l e d the
Conscience of o Conservofive.
T h i s handy p a p e r b a c k p r e s e n t s
m a n y of h i s i d e a s a l t h o u g h m a n y
of h i s l o u d e r a r l v o c a t e s s a y h i s
Senate speeches r e p r e s e n t
him
b e t t e r than t h i s f i r s t book of h i s .
No Dewey Here
G o l d w a t e r h a s what is r e f e r r e d
to in p r i n t a s " p o l i t i c a l sex a p p e a l . " T h i s m e a n s that t h e r e is a
c h a n c e he could win m a n y v o t e s
f r o m w o m e n . It m e a n s that he d o e s
not h a v e a D e w e y - l i k e m u s t a c h e
to a n t a g o n i z e v o t e r s .
G o l d w a t e r h a s had h i s p i c t u r e
and byline on a c o l u m n in m a n y
conservative newspapers througho u t the c o u n t r y .
It i s c o m m o n l v
c o n s i d e r e d that h i s g h o s t - w r i t e r ,
Stephen Shadegg, w r i t e s this colu m n and that S h a d e g g c o n t r i b u t e d
h e a v i l y to h i s l i r s t book.
G o l d w a t e r h a s b e e n a c t i v e in
d e b a t e on the S e n a t e floor. T h i s
c o n t r a s t s h i m with A r i z o n a ' s o t h e r
S e n a t o r , C a r l II lvdeu who h a s not
had the S e n a t e floor e v e n o n c e for
e a c h of h i s s e v e n t e r m s in the
Senate.
What is G o l d w a t e r d o i n g ' ' He is
at l e a s t r u n n i n g for r e - e l e c t i o n . If
he is n o m i n a t e d at the R e p u b l i c a n
convention, there is little chance
that t h i s h e r o of the R e p u b l i c a n
r e g u l a r s will d e c l i n e .
Predictions
If s u c c e s s f u l l y n o m i n a t e d , hi'
will c a m p a i g n v i g o r o u s l y and will
be d e f e a t e d at l e a s t a s b a d l y a s
Dewey w a s in 1944 and 1948.
It is mv f e e l i n g that G o l d w a t e r
will begin to c a m p a i g n a c t i v e l y
for the R e p u b l i c a n n o m i n a t i o n and
will be R o c k e f e l l e r ' s chief r i v a l
at the G O P c o n v e n t i o n .
It is a l s o mv f e e l i n g that the
p r i m a r i e s a m o n g R e p u b l i c a n s will
be a s i m p o r t a n t in 1964 a s thev
w e r e a m o n g D e m o c r a t s in I 9 6 0 .
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Move
Up
Tomorrow
ALBANY 3, N E W YORK FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1963 VOL. XLIX, NO. 14
Comedy Ends State University Theatre's Season
Mr. Leonard Directs "Unforgettable Mad Romp"
Joanne Gross
State Sophmore Wins Tulip Crown
Gains Key - and Heart - of Albany
On one of the c o l d e s t , g r a y e s t
d a y s of the 1963 T u l i p F e s t i v a l ,
Joanne Cross '65 was crowned
Tulip Queen. C e r e m o n i e s lasted
about an h o u r in cold, s u s p e n s e filled Washington P a r k S a t u r d a y .
J o a n n e ' s first reaction was a
feeling of u n r e a l i t y . She s a i d , " I
felt s o r t of weak
The v o i c e
s e e m e d to c o m e f r o m far away.
I w a s s u r e that I h a d n ' t r e a l l y
h e a r d it at a l l . "
Many Gifts
As Q u e e n , J o a n n e r e c e i v e s many
gifts.
Among t h e m is a $375
w a r d r o b e from the downtown m e r c h a n t s . She will get s e v e r a l c o m p l e t e outfits from t h i s m o n e y .
A h a n d - m a d e gold m e d a l l i o n w a s
p r e s e n t e d to h e r . T h i s f e a t u r e s a
t u l i p s u r r o u n d e d by s e m i - p r e c i o u s
stones.
Mayor E r a s t u s C o r n i n g
p r e s e n t e d h e r with a gold c h a r m
b r a c e l e t with two c h a r m s — a
c a l e n d a r with May 13, the date of
the c o r o n a t i o n , on it, and a c r o w n .
Mayor Corning also presented
h e r with the key to the City of
Albany. Many t e l e g r a m s and c o n g r a t u l a t o r y m e s s a g e s w e r e sent to
her.
Overwhelmed by Flowen
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t a k e s s o m e d o i n g t o keep o n e ' s
perspective
to appraise world
conditions with intelligence
and to come up with satisfying
a n s w e r s . T h i s book, Science a n d
H e a l t h with Key to the Scriptures by M a r y Baker Kddy, has
h e l p e d m a n y of us t o d o t h i s . I t
can help you, too.
We i n v i t e y o u t o
meetings and to
are working out
through applying
Christian Science.
come to our
h e a r h o w we
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T u l a T o l l m e n , Jo \ n n e F o l e y , and
' ' h e r e w a s an Open House for
Koreign S t u d e n t s at the h o u s e on
A e d n e s d a v night f r o m H : 0 0 t o 9 : 3 0 .
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Alumni M e e t i n g w a s held last s.Hu | . , | a v .,,,,.,.„„„„,
J o a n n e s a y s she got many bouq u e t s of f l o w e r s . The f r e s h m a n
c l a s s sent h e r a dozen red r o s e s ,
s h e got a colonial bouquet at the
f o r m a l Tulip Ball in the M a n g e r DeWitt Clinton Hotel Sa t u r d a y
night, and a s p r a y of tulips in the
afternoon.
" I t looks like the Botanical C a r d e n s in o u r R o o m , " she said.
In addition to t h e s e f l o w e r s , she
" s t o l e the c e n t e r p i e c e at the Ball "
She a s k e d the c h a i r m a n if she could
h a v e the basket of f l o w e r s , and he
r e p l i e d , " Y o u can have the c h a n d e l i e r if you want it; i t ' s your
night! "
I an jmil Ball Held Saturday
SIGMA PHI SIGMA
P r e s i d e n t I.oona K e r p e l ' 6 1 , a n n o u n c e s that B a r b a r a S e h n e r ' 6 4 ,
w a s Hell C a p t a i n
GAMMA KAPPA PHI
o n Sunday, \ p n l 2H, '23 g i r l s
w e r e i n i t i a t e d into the s o r o r i t y .
T h e y w e r e I.lyne \ r u e s , I.oy A u g u s t i n e , P a t t y B a r r , Ev B o r v , Anne
B o u r d o n , Mary \ n n B r o a d w a t e r ,
I.inda C h r i s t i a n s e n , I.inda C i t r i n ,
J o a n C l a r k , S h a n ( ' o r i s , and Nancy
Davis.
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Hardy,
J a n i e P a g a n , M a r y \lie<
B a r b II a r r i s, C i n g i i r
KAPPA BETA
P r e s i d e n t Bill R o b e l e e ' 6 1 , a n n o u n c e s the f o l l o w i n g a p p o i n l m e n l s
for the s c h o o l y e a r 1964:
Jeff
Millard '64, P l e d g e m a s t e r : Lance
A n d e r s o n '6.r), K i i s h m a s t e r ; Tony
R i s e r v a t o '(if), A t h l e t i c D i r e c t o r ;
K a v i n Moody ' 6 5 , S e r g e a n t .itA r m s ; and Don W e i n t r a u b ' 6 5 ,
Song-leader.
Also, Dan T h o m a s ' 6 6 , P u b l i c i t y
D i r e c t o r ; Ken . J a c k s o n ' 6 6 , P a r l i a m e n t a r i a n ; and Dave B r a t t ' 6 5 ,
Corresponding Secretary.
T h e f r a t e r n i t y warn the r e c e n t
M a r l b o r o c o n t e s t ; first p r i z e w a s
a portable television.
At the formal b a l l , J o a n n e danced
with die c h a i r m a n , then with h e r
f a t h e r , and then the p r e s i d e n t of
a local bank
Pal C e r r a , J o a n n e ' s
e s c o r t , she told u s , Just stixxl and
watched.
He didn't get to d a n c e
with h e r too often that night.
T h e New York City and W a s h ington, I). (' t r i p will wait until
a f t e r final e x a m s .
The officials
told h e r that she could take the
t r i p , p a r t of h e r p r i z e , at h e r
c o n v e n i e n c e . It will p r o b a b l y lake
p l a c e in the l a t e r p a r t of J u n e .
R u m o r has it that she will m e e t
P r e s i d e n t Kennedy, but a s yet,
this remains unconfirmed rumor.
In the near- future, J o a n n e m u s t
Red Eye of Lov, by Arnold W'eins t e i n , will be p r e s e n t e d
tonight
and t o m o r r o w night in P a g e Hall
at 8:30 p . m . T h e show is the final
p r o d u c t i o n t h i s y e a r of the State
University Theatre.
Many will
think that d i r e c t o r J a m e s L e o n a r d ' s d e s c r i p t i o n of the play, " a
m a d r o m p , " i s an u n d e r s t a t e m e n t .
By f a r the l i v e l i e s t of t h i s y e a r ' s
p r e s e n t a t i o n s , Red Eye is a r o l licking, f a s t - m o v i n g c o m e d y , Its
two a c t s contain s e v e n t e e n s c e n e s
filled with c o l o r , sound, and m o v e ment.
Biiarre Character*
The story revolves around a
t r i a n g l e c r e a t e d by O. O. M a r t i n a s , an old fool p l a y e d by Don
D e F a n o ' 6 3 , who l o v e s S e l m a C h a r -
o p e n a root b e e r stand a n d a m u s i c
s t o r e in the a r e a .
A s u b m a r i n e r i d e up the Hudson
R i v e r will be h e r s , too. The s u b m a r i n e will not be able to s u b m e r g e in the shallow w a t e r s of
the Hudson, h o w e v e r .
T h e r e a r e o v e r twenty-five
c h a r a c t e r s in the s t o r y .
Minor
p a r t s a r e p l a y e d by B l a n c h e A l t e r
'65, Amelia Weiss '65, Herbert
H e r z o g , W i l l i a m N u e s s l e i n , Linda
Delfs, Jon H a r d e n , P a t r i c i a F a sano, Dennis Tuttle, s o p h o m o r e s ,
and W i l l i a m M a y e r ' 6 6 .
T h e t e c h n i c a l d i r e c t o r is E d w a r d Mendus and his a s s i s t a n t
d i r e c t o r is P a t r i c i a F a s a n o ' 6 5 .
She Considered Dropping Out
Ironically, she was seriously
c o n s i d e r i n g d r o p p i n g out of the
contest completely.
It is due to
the influence of P a t C e r r a that s h e
s t a y e d in and went on to b e c o m e
the winner.
Q u e e n J o a n n e ' s c o u r t , the 10
o t h e r finalists, are " a l l great
g i r l s , all v e r y d o w n - t o - e a r t h " a c c o r d i n g to h e r . They have p l a n s to
get together this s u m m e r .
Now, e x c i t e d but t i r e d , J o a n n e
i s looking f o r w a r d to h e r p r o p o s e d
t r i p a n x i o u s l y , but a m o r e c o m mon-place worry intrudes - she's
w o n d e r i n g what all t h i s a c t i v i t y will
do to h e r m a r k s .
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Red Eye ol Love, is a s i m p o s s i b l e
to take s e r i o u s l y a s it is to take
lightly.
A r o a r i n g b u r l e s q u e with
s a t i r i c o v e r t o n e s , the play l e a v e s
few foibles of the m o d e r n s c e n e
without c o m m e n t .
The show is
a t r i p l e - s c o o p e d , m u l t i - s y ruped
s u n d a e with a s t r a n g e a f t e r - t a s t e ,
a f r i g h t e n i n g delight.
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Board,
T h e s e t s in which t h e s e folk
live, w o r k , and play a r e a s e x o t i c
a s the c h a r a c t e r s t h e m s e l v e s . A
m o d e s t twenty-foot i l l u m i n a t e d
sign f l a s h e s from t i m e to t i m e ; a
piano d a n c e s ; M a r t i n a s s t r u g g l e s
with a t h r e e - h u n d r e d - p o u n d loin
of yak; and W'ilmer p e r f o r m s s u r g e r y in his toy invention studio.
L o c a t i o n s change from b a t t l e fields to b e d r o o m s in the twinkling
of an e y e .
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Announces Three-Point
W illiam
g e s s e ( C l o r i a Avner ' 6 4 ) , a f o r m e r
c a s u a l a c q u a i n t a n c e and wife, who
l o v e s W'ilmer F l a n g e (Tony H i t c h c o c k ' 2 0 ) , a young fool.
T h e two men vie for the hand of
S e l m a , who h a s a difficult t i m e
c h o o s i n g b e t w e e n w e a l t h and r o m a n c e . When t h e s e t h r e e a r e offs t a g e , they a r e r e p l a c e d by a
m y r i a d of u n b e l i e v a b l y f a m i l i a r
people: a p o l i c e m a n ( J a c k T k a t c h
'64) who l o v e s to d i r e c t ; a f r i g h t e n e d w a t c h m a n ( J i m Lobdell '66);
a v i c t i m (Angela S e r g i o '64); c o m p l e t e with high hat r o b b e r (Kay
J u r e w i c z '64); a h a r d w o r k i n g w a i t r e s s (Joanna T a r r o l i ' 6 6 ) , and
many o t h e r s .
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