Alfred State College - Statonian Yearbook (Alfred, NY)

 - Class of 1965

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,Ai 5 'L 5 V .1 3 F h 3 Y if 1n!" "" W 41 YY! -42' IES' ya-on A , '2- ,Uv lv- 'ir fr-v..v-1 1 Patricia M. Weber. Karen J. Joynerg C0-Ea'iror.s Regina F. Simons. A .vsociute Edimr Virginia G. Fay. Typing Edifor I9 I 65 STATQNIAN STATE UNIVERSITY OP NEW YCDRK AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL CCDLLEGE ALERED, NEW YCDRK SENICDRS page 10 "The Light of Brotherhood" SPGRTS page 112 ,,, We J "The Light of Achievement" GREEKS page 78 "The Light of Sportsmanship ADMINISTRATICDN AND FACULTY page YO "The Light of Expectation" ACTIVITIES page 1241 "The Light of Guidance" UNDERCLASS Page 92 "The Light of Participation ' Light is fll1E'th6lTll3f01' this bofivk for ilt plays l-such mm llmpoqltant part in our lives, just Allinedl doe-s. We have mpreSentcf:d.light lzllmuglw om' divider pages: the liglwt of lcnofwledge, of blrotherhocalcl, of splortsmanslmlp, of zwcompl,islln'11emt, of hope, and of These divider pageslsplotlight the pages to follow, lust lour heme at Alfred Spotlight our futlune. l ' 1' Although we spend Qlnly two show years he-re, these years will be the light of our livesfawith lmowledge gwined here we will our why into the ldhfk and often fFig'hi3Et1l1liig, worlds-a world will all too s on have to limi place m. ' Just Light fades, sado memoriesfrlwlsl Smmnmn is 21 pmt of each of 1713+-El chapler win our liveselen it shine bhghtly' the yeams wilh the light off rememlnralmce a11cll flprid,e?fNever let it fade. Patricila Weber C0-Ediffor To the Seniors: Commencement is exciting, memorable, nostalgic. A thrill and a sense of ac- complishment prevails. The many friends you've made, the wonderful times, the familiar campus soon to be left behind pass by in review and become memories. Now you look forward to new horizons, new challenges and new accomplish- ments. You are about to commence another stage in your life and I hope you are better prepared for that which lies ahead because of the education and experience you've gained while at Alfred Tech. Further, I hope you recognize that your education is not complete, on the contrary, it is only beginning. We hope that you have de- veloped here an inquiring mind, a thirst for knowledge and the habit of learning thatwhlumpneyoutoconnnueyoureducanonthroughoutyourlie Your years at Alfred Tech have given you the intellectual tools for employment, for civic responsibilities, and for personal growth. A good craftsman keeps his tools keen and sharp, adjusting, rebuilding, renewing. The extent to which you do the same will be the best measure of the success of our efforts. Speaking for the faculty and administration, we congratulate you on your ac- complishments thus far, and wish you success and happiness in whatever you undertake in the future. We hope your memories of Alfred Tech, and your loyalty, will ever remain in your hearts and that you will return to the campus often. Davld H. Huntingto President ' Sincere 5 fs mm. 5, 1 H, T1 .. +2 ns gi H R, Lu m mm w w :N V, Emma NE? ,,, .ga saw Q -wx f, D Q, M E w -E .md N w 1 1 m-Nz , 4 w w' wx E. Q 222 nz 'A Q 5 in 22, i "' Q in ' in W rv in M ,sg V 222 5 fp: I X. x 1. ' ww , . , v . -v . ,J - .115 fa ' 'v' 4 v w .K in :K W ,, 22 " fe: - 'fa VA f' ,K Y , L-.I f 2 arg saw ,Q l -' 'V - 54,--,. ,fr v ' S. vp , . X fi' ,ff Y , 'Z JJ' x - - . 5 jf: 1 ,, 7.1, . 'B A 'sh' 9. 1- 1 - f 1 nf? .rs The Senior Class of Alfred State Tech is proud to dedicate the 1965 Sraronian to Mr. Herman Sicker, an Associate Professor in the Engineering Technology Division. Mr. Sicker has been teach- ing at Alfred since 1937. He attended Buifalo State, Oswego, and Alfred University where he received his Masters Degree in lndus- trial Education. Mr. Sicker is an Advisor of the Newman Club and was the first president of the Honoraries of Psi Delta Omega fraternity. Through active participation with the students at Alfred, he has helped make our lives more enjoyable. Now, at the close of our Senior year, we will try to show our appreciation by dedicating this yearbook to you. Thank you for everything that you have done for us. 7 SENIORS I Shell be telling with a Sigh Somewhere ages end ages hence, Two reeds diverged and I, I toolz the road less traveled lay- And this made ell the difference Reber F .4- CLASS GFPICER P '6 'I Tom Lannen, Vice-Presideizt., Norman Rice. President ' 10 Penny Rifenburgh, Sec: ..4, Y I v V I .1 4. ' .gl K, 'll .,, M 1 mm 'J 'C'IIlI'-V-TI'l'lIS1ll'0I'. Q X L QA U AMA K -L -- r, W '. X 1 i I nigh -1- . 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BRENDA BIVIANO JANICE BLACK Executive Secretarial Buffalo, New York Executive Secrelariul Norwich, New York NANCY BOGDAN CHRISTINE BOND M edieul Laboratory T eclznology Executive Secretarial Cheektowaga, New York Penn Yan, New York Qi Tiisif ,L-eil. N, -9 N' s VI L, gmt., A - .,W H 67 4, , f ,v Q. ,is ' "ir ' J lf? 1 v., ' ,JWU . L, ' -.ix 'fl 1 I.- 1 w- ve" ANTHONY CASTELLUCCI Engineering Science Oriskany Falls, New York ARTHUR CLARK Meclumical Technology Ceres, New York CAROLYN CLEMENT ROBERT CLINCH Executive Secreiaricrl Diesel Liverpool, New York Chaffee New York ffl 1 I. L.',T' . 1 11 ,g V 2.134 Q, I, Q' S 1 X e HQ ' 1 f2'5f"' ' Q4 ff" ...aw J--. -. Y- .at ... 1 f V - 'r.'1.1. 1 , ,QT W f' I. n -1 , fl 1 2.5, A-1v. , --LVL ,- y all PL.. 4,1 . I .. . -.J L: .C i 'gwf . 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Gamma Theta Gamma Louie, Louie .Q Congratulations, Psi D!!! .-,Lang Governor Rockefeller visits the Alfred Campus Cliri 64 .ix x ,- ! Z y . 1' r 'M fl.. l - N , El, J fin. 4 Q 4 -mm .AQ P- ,'11,,?":,. -X w Bi K - '13-yAr,',',,. 1 ,:. .' 1 .g .7w!w,'fy. " .wfizf-?ff:"4 "N : f -4. 47 05253 1. 'Lx - v. fwsl'-H .v,-tzxggggg-1 x.-,Lin 3 5q.-g1L....4.- N "J"-'Vf'-15112 Illflfv' ' .. . .M wrq Q . Cggibi 4 XJ. up. uf! . -nf' ' , 4 'ffl' - Y, 1- 4' . ., V - 1 af, f: had-L 1 , . 5,1 .-'z- .1 , ' , 1 1' I iw- win 'H - - -4 - " .K -A 1 fi-f? 'Q-J? A' 4 n 'f v, , Q HW ' -5- l-bww .1 . . ' . ,..9- , -"ff'Af o.. ' ' - . 4 ' wt " I , Y-"L J.. 32.8.22 , , 4 -f , g. .v M , - ,- i A lu 1- 'x Q - 55 :Q . 1 . - N' " L il 1-'-'-v ' It I5 .115 X ' . , nr 4..'fH- . pf' 5 Q l Q A ,'.l - , .,........ ....... 1 ., v A , -A .- , ,mf 'ff 1 . .Q yr ff Mi U' ,,, ' is , 5 "fl I -,ax . W.: CB lf- - . 1 'V-,Lv 4 . Q 'rf x 5 R1 gififp X X A'-N 4 MA '1"'...' '..-h 4 f .F 5? 1 K I ,-----F Q1--f A 5, W gp! AQ:-M - ,N "' .W ' W I if 3 .. I S- i V Q V1 -I Q V X1-AWNYIV X ,P , 4 ali ff: 5552 Qi Sm' H W. "-rv' -.hd - , ,Q ' .. 3' -gif 1.5 .,f ,L-r., ' ' n ' , 1 Q' 5 XX '-M,-Q-S ', -we " - k small'-. WF N "' "' vw.-.Q-V -A I, " A 1 'xy A . ,A-N ns" ' -- N 5, d b,,N,,,,..fv 1 .Q L Q31 'Nl Z' fl - HE: 4 HA' 4 YLEAN ya '15 IN ME MCRIAM J. DAVID HENNEMAN November I9, 1946-December 23, 1964 68 Lip, nl 5, .,-1 3 IN MEMCDRIAM -"" . f ,331 - 1 g - n 'aff A ,,, 1- . V- 1, X M'-Qr 5, .xg 3 . , .wg .- WILLIAM J. SPOOR March 24, 1945-January 1, 1965 69 ADMINISTRATION KnowIecIge comes Inut wiscIom Iingers AHCI I finger on the SIIOIGQ And the indIivicIuaI Withers, And the WOIICI is more and more. T H 554 xx , . zzz ,Q ff'- Rf 5 2 ,,, ,, -A .M gs f' 1 -f 3 X ,X Q J- ! A iii 5 :-,,,.gL,5 QM M, fr 1. ' ia s ' 1 H :f'3k5E-Jfff we 11 di' JL 'IS gz"'Q fefidjer HQ ' A rw A ,V 1- V ,,,,,-V15 Ez: xr m m :Q ---,H Qu M -.i f, .i- ik 1 : 1 flnrif' ' A,'r:-'gr-1'k,,xL 5. , xy xr 5. .ul-. ' A 3' Q 'sg 4, bf x.A W fo. " A kf s,1.1 e' 1 V'V .QI .ez ,,,1 . .- . .-. f ewqre- i IQQ 1 l 1 R l 1 l Vmcent G Trott'1 JI A saouate Dean of Students MINISTRATICN Robert McEnroe Asxislulzt Dl'HIl-ClJlll1,Yl'lIIl' Alan D. Willsey Registrar -tc fe Shirley E. Wurz Dean of Students John Larsen. Jr. Assistant Dean of Students Milo E. VanHall Dean of Student Academic Programs .3 Eiejffi ' f , 1 ' 7 , 1 73 Borden H. Mills Financial Secretary l l l I I fi i"'ffft'f 1" sf 1 s V J.-5,1 .. , .g1.5,3,,j QL ' ' -- -- ,gf::.,,- fl - Q lifiiliif , - my fi - U 1: is v ,..4 Andrew A. HriIZ Francis P. Hogan Dff!'l'f0f Of Dfllflli' HHH-V Dircfcmr of Spzfciul Sz'rvic'rs DIREC TCR .4 ff' Pig Charles R. MacRoy Donald H. Gibbs Director of CYJIIQQ0 Rz'Iufi0n.v E R Y T A I 'F Director of Adniissimm' w i l + , " - Y ,N 14.45 I A ,Q ,Eg Q, 'Q .N WA- jg an Q ' . 4' Wg, FQ' mv-Q wif' M 'WK ls, w M N M N W xx w Q , ylwzg- ,QiQ." ' xr 2, y, A - , W W ,Miva ,i ' 32 My , 4- 1 ii, a A ,. Z5 1 8 1- -ligq f f ? ?- 9 W fm N X -1 Q ' Z tvn g .- A F , - . D ..'4 Q7 In 0 -4, ll, .Sai C X 1 8 :G '59 "' 5' 'iw l ...ga W ivvvwff ryrf X . pn ? 'ii ? 9 D 1 I Y Q Mx wiv, 1 gf-Q Lg. ' ,V 1 If if XP E' A Xi' 72 "'i GREEKS Grant us brotherhood, not only for this clay but for an our years- a brotherhood not of worols but ot acts and cteecls Franklin Delano P It v.- 4 G' ,X X if X kd , ' Fa. l XT' -4 R N -1 W1 X, ,, Q 8 . , A ,, x f :ya . 5 , .f I xiii- Q' ' I . ' R-v . . W- 'Aff ' , "A . - "f 'MY-53, . , I f EVIL . K .A . I S- V M. -wig 'Q+, ,, . ig , ,L f Y ' N ' N N - X' if 4 . I ' . ,A fx "' " I ' PJ x 4. F , 5. 'fx 55" x ' 'A n I, 9 lg, ,Ta ,I .4l"' IXLIYY I. D. YYCHI, J JULICIU Beldue, Recording Secrelary: J . Wright, Vice-Presidemp M. Bull, President IL'UAHllfl. IXLIYY ll. IX. VYKUBII, l.fUIIL'-DIIUIIUIIIS ROW I: B. Spcigel. J. Polarsl-ay. M. Ziegler. L. Reitema. J Smith. H. Bilelo. P. Trask, M. Randall, B. Biviuno, P. Mess mer. J. Seufert. S. Parker. ROW ll: E. Packard. K. Frcnzel. D. Carter, M. Berthot, G. Wickins, A. Allen, K. Stoddard, D. Schermerhorn, D. Walzer. C. Chilson, J, Neureutcr. J. Riegel J. Miller. ROW III: P. Morehouse, J. Riani, B. Wear. J. Wright, Mrs. Hzlrter, M. Bull, G. Beldue, R. Walsh, P. Rifen- hurg. ROW IV: P. Durphy, J. Sczxlzo. J. Peterson. l.. Gray. B. Nytch, J. Nichols. 80 Is Sant'1 Claus rcally commg here? Eeeck' A Camera" And I thought by the time it got to me, there'd be nothing left! Can I help it if you ve GOT to take .1 showerlll it???!!! .vv"' D. Morgan, T reasurerp D. Greenfield, Presidentg R. Hurysz, Vice-Presidentg B metti, S ecremry. ROW 1: D. Morgan, R. Hurysz, Mrs. Consella, Head Resi- Hoffman, J. Ciszak, J. Wiple, R. Betts, C. Lyke, W. Shear, J. denrg D. Greenfield, R. Giacornetti. ROW II: L. Coleman, C. Cline. E. Andrus, K. Conners. Snoopy, Mascot. 82 Playing Huggybear is fun!! 2 'Now let one see. Have you been a good boy this year?" Hear any good joke lately?? About those brother-sister relationships!! Hey Loddy, Loddy . . . I think it's the one in the ABX sweatshirt S. Martin, President: J. Miller, Treasurer: E. Sweeney, Corresponding Secr taryg N. Reed, Vice-President: S. Masters, Recording Secretary. r Row 1.- c. Albright, J. Gresko, s. Law, C. Knaack. ROW 11.- K. Joyrleff S' Gilday' D' Pike, B' wilson' ROW W" K' Hirst, M. Scott, E. Sweeney, N. Read, Mrs. Callaghan, S. Martin, S. J. Smith, S. Law, C. Vallee, F. Howe, U. Felmet, D. Parker. Masters, J. Miller, J. Collard. ROW III: A. Lepkoski, M. M. Obrochta, B. McNelis, S. Wendling, C. Delia, N. Thomp- Kellogg, L. Krocke, S. Klett, N. Grear, D. Kupiec, P. Weber, SOH- 84 Diet?! Oh yes-that starts next week! A hungry crew . R , I I he Q its t '1 We L That's quite a harem, Trent!! nw N 'W A f 1 - 7145! turf! ' G,- zregr A - I .. 1 -. ,-,ig-3. , V x me ww , '12 - X . 2 V-.id X You can't do that! 85 UK IGM, .BI NL f I ,W eh I' - Y A ,1z,.- -. , ' g - A . 1 I 7, N Q 'WI .1 ,hw 'UQ fl : , I H i avfEqf pa. , ,.L..v .. -,- -A M.. - :ist Cntr V mn Mi nv V 'wtf' ,fx fr ' Ralf v . 'L ' V7.7 " -'YI w -f L ff x., ' N v 1 -1 , 795 53' X? fy La' vm , Y ,.. Q' ' x. E T5 K HL! I ' is 19' 4:5- x v is lm N fn? V 'Tix i- FP "I'll be loving you, always." 2 They just don't make cans like they used to!! -4--" . PA SIG Why don't ya smile, pledges? What do ya mean we won't qualify for the Rockettes? l e d He did it! Drink, drink, drink . . . 87 C. Copsey, Treasurer: P. Freshwater, Recording Secreiaryg A. Weber Preszdentg M. Paterniti, Chaplain, P. Trinca, President. Tl.- ROW I: S. Byers, L. Washburn, S. Sale, C. Clement, S. Con- della, B. Wahl, C. Furfferi, M. Manuse, L. Hill. ROW 11: B. Weiss, C. Copsey, P. Freshwater, P. Trinca, Mrs. Ryan, A. Weber, M. Paterniti, M. Magner. ROW III: A. Fonzi, D. DeGraIf, G. Hunt, S. Cooper, K. Newman, J. Fisk, E. Wil- liams, M. DeMallie. ROW IV: L. DiCerbo, C. Strong, B. ...nl Magner, N. Arena, J. Diorio, J. Black, L. Parsons, S. Jakubiec N. Stone, J. Kowalski, E. Ferro, M. Goldsborough, S. Smith ROW V: E. Schneider, B. Schreiber, M. Schirmer, A. Laker P. Banaszewski, C. Carberry, B. Klopp, J. Volan, N. Hance, B Cimini, J. Hendershot, K. Giles, M. Addante. This beats studying any day! I l X u call this a kitchen? Helena Rubinstein has got nothing over us ' , 'Gigi H au 5: f llil H J! "I'm ready, Gary!" 89 Hey girls, they're beating me! M. Tingler, House Manager, T. Lalli, Secretary: D. Wheeler, Presicleni McCrea, T reasurer. KMISSING: D. Hagelberger, Vice-Presidennl ROW I: H. Bailey, I. Dudley, T. Lalli, Mrs. McGuire, House- Birdsong, B. Kilmer. ROW III: R. Bederka, P. McCann, G. mother: D. Wheeler, G. McCrea, M. Tingler, C. Stutzman. Packard, J. Olsen, J. Brower, F. Madarasz, I. Sweet, J. ROW II: H. Half, M. Belknap, D. Dewey, S. Sanfratello, J. Strapock, C. Barter. Missing: P. Dow, D. Hagelberger, J. Will, W. Lee, I. Young, T. Czlorika, M. Wamp, B. Hinkley, B. Lezczynski. 90 We'll send this home to Mother. Wheel We're having an orgy! No, I c'un't play the Alma Mater. Itis about this Indian in the ashtray . . . UNDERCLASSMEN If you carft he a highway, Then just he a trailg If you can't he the Sun he a Starg It isn't hy size that you win or fai Be the hest of whatever you are 7. f I i .QV X 'io 7 Q 'S .- ,K v vl ff! .1 ,N ,.4 1 . T' ' 1' 5 gl' 'W X U M W WM 1 I 1 1 ff? X I xiii' ' I qi iii-if v fn 4,1 ,IVA ,. W-if - 2 ,xx . "Qu R: ' f " 'M N ff vi f -- u I "' ' V -A 1 . .. , H6 s 7,2 X151 , 5 s 6 I 9' . A1 . "i'v I 1 if A '40 7, ' wx , . 'r --r I 1 ju -.- A 1 I LASS FFICER CDF '66 ,LT E ' '-3' ., -. 1 J J V' 'Tl 1" 4 x 'qw ,. .. ' rJ""k f ff ' 1 If 's F. Jennes, President. I, wh 1 u I 4, ,qty . -V .II . M, 4's-J" xx ,, ,F I 1, , I'2,. LZ. V . v 5 , 'X V .- nw h X. RJ Palczewski. .S'z'c'rc'l1lry-T1'c'a.s'11rw'. 7, A,,.,, ,, , YF, ,Y , A-,J ,. . . ,. ,,' I A --11 1-r, Qj!,1G51L753U HEY FROSH! WHERE'S YOUR NAMETAG? YOUR BEANIE ON! DON,T FOLD YOUR H BOOK! These happy words and the memories they voke will live long in the minds of every Frosh h Alfred. The purpose of hazing is to unify the Free class, and if we think back to that eventful nig Frosh Court, we can all agree that this class is c the most unified in a long time! Even though there moans, groans, and "other comments", the Frei survived hazing again this year. The seven days of ery finally reaped their reward in the form of Freshmen actually winning the Senior-Freshmen pull, a feat to go down in history! -mf the next tlme he tries to , 1 . 1- atxcket. . . ""'fx ' X Q., ,Q .XJ-'fx' n g, - 'sf 9'9- ' vhvl .ll Christmas at last! 115 Isnt College wonderful'7' fxl an Dancing at G'The Hut"! 97 ,1-1 Only 231 steps to go! CDRTH HALL 'B- HMMMMMMMMMM. We should have more birthdays like this one!!! , v Mix I ll V, , l -in You never know WHAT you'll find in North!!!! ROW I: S. Schieder, R. Robillard. ROW 11: B. Romano, Rexford, J. Schultz, D. Tufano, V. Phillips, D. Ditrinco, Smith, Cliapluing P. Ryan, B. Rockwood, S. Rossman, Beardslee. ROW 111: Mrs. Nettleton, Housemotlzerg Smeaton, J. Phelps, P. Couser, E. Healey, L. Wilmarth, Waterman, M. Punzo. ROW IV: M. Latocha, S. Davies, Mathis, Secretary, N. Raab, R. Simons, B. Gross, M. Puff. ROW V: L. Rymal, L. Balley, Vice-President, K. Gordon, J. Suits, C. Whitman, D. Muirhead, S.Rice, P. Daniels, J. Secando, J. Rupert, M. Rupp, P. Smith, H. Hinchhoff, J. Davis, T. John, K. Crump, Treasurer: K. Widtman, Student Senate, D. McDuffer. WGCDD HALL i'f1"'Wf.wf..-,1.,. 1-'rl '1 ' ROW I: T. Pendergast, B. Schwinger, P. Cisco, R. Gerzch, T. Fontana, Proctorg R. Seamans, Secretary, R. Writter, W. Glad- Maio, F. Wilson. ROW II: F. Washburn, D. Bajer, D. Baker, ing, J. Barber, E. Stier, R. Hoffman, B. Topping, Student G. Pickles, B. West, G. Zink, B. Grunzweig, J. Waltos. ROW Senateg R. Palczewski, R. Wall, Sergeant-at-arms,' D. Coast, T. Ill: D. Bayer, Mrs. Kinsella, House Motlicfrg D. MacKenzie, Ryan. ROW V: B, Welch, S. Saucke, D. Bunnell, R. Hickie, Pmvidentg W. Williams, G. Watkins, Social Clzairmmtg J. Paul. Trensurer,' D. McFadden, M. Dusel, J. Heary, W. Wolfanger, J. T. Malanouski, S. Guenther, J. VanWie, Student Senateg E. Muenck. Vinson, Athletic Cl1t1irmm1,' D. Cole, S. Seymour. ROW lV.' J. E at so re, sg., ,,' ' ,M ..,, ,..-vw., Look what I got from the raid last night!!! 99 EAT ROW I: L. French, President: C. Glinski, N. Basher, J. Per- kins, D. McClevanthan, B. Brennie, J. Malenczuk, S. Noblin B. Boyce, L. Jones, B. Ellis, M. Falsetti, K. Clark, E. Brown, S. Becker, L. Fuller, Social Chairman. ROW II: S. Arnold, C. Aber, S. Chapman, C. Bush, N. Higgins, V. Rinko, J. Quack- enbush, K. Wilbur, J. Rudolph, C. Eastman, L. Ferguson, B. Burnett, S. Gilhart, K. Measer, B. Roberts, R. Roberts, B. Keim, S. Beckwith, S. Leach, J. Adams. ROW I: C. Bond, Proctorg D. Degrave, B. Haag, C. Beers, L. Lynn, P. Kohl, Mi. Elbell, K. Milby, S. Fogle, G. Adams, B. Caldwell, C. Marrow, M. Davis, D. Faust, Proctor. ROW II: K. Carr, Women's Councilg I. Thompson, K. Tuthill, J. Nashek, M. McGuinn, C. DeCamilla, M. Domanski, D. Abram, D. Davis, Corridor Chairman: K. Huff, P. Juston, D. Williams, Women's Councilf J. Hines, D. Hanna, I. Thompson, Student Senareg P. Klix, C. Stockmeister, D. Sigourney, D. Chase. ROW III: G. Elfenbaum, K. Milliman, M. Glosser, R. Lippman, S. Sturdy, S. Miller, C. Ameele, I. Schyve, M. Geib, B. Hurley, B. Kourilich, M. Bishop, C. Cipot, N. Bendict, R. Lesay, T. Brewer, B. Clark, Athletic Directory B. Boice, M. Barton, M. Flaitz, M. Campbell, B. Gannon, V. Dorman, L. Smith, Y. Blayes, D. Marchall, R. Berliner, R. Cooley. HALL ROW I: S. DeClerck, B. Carpenter, J. Constable, Secretary,- G. Waris, K. Terhaar, P. Cahill, M. Bolthouse, J. Dumlao, S. Domes, L. Dibert, S. Zemel, G. Taylor, A. Lawrence. ROW Il: S. Freeman, M. Kuchinski, J. Doty, S. Fraser, M. Wohl- hueter, S. Smith, J. Moody, R. Mamerow, V. Lynch, M. Fed- kiw, D. Ebersole, M. Klimorsky, A. Loeswick, C. Kennedy, D. Sauer, Mi. Cox, J. Spagnoli, N. DeLong. ROW III: M. Sch- neckenberger, S. Zammett, D. Benedict, B. Hurlbutt, B. Zuber J. Rice, L. Peterson, C. Glannery, P. Gaetano, J. Michalski, C Jenison, J. Spaulding, E. Terhaar, C. Miller, S. Jacobs, C Rubens, J. Barris, N. Campbell, A. Van Koeveringe, S. Gelb R. Beckerink, L. Brown, T. Tracko, V. McCu1ley, M. Kniese D. Freeman, M. Ashelman, N. Bianca, L. Schwartz. ROW 1: L. Lawton, C. Griffin, R. Mann, L. Johnston, B. Zuris, S. Thompson, S. Palmer. ROW ll: J. Marino, Student Senate, S. Mason, C. Giles, J. Koch, J. Engert, A. Stalbell, Women's Council: S. McGinnis, C. Longo, D. Strobelg M. Jacobson, A. Kenyon, J. Mott, K. Hitchcock, K. Kaseman, S. Robertson, B. Mathews, J. Mrozek. ROW III: A. Myers, C. McPhail, K. Stoker, D. Gentner, C. Swiech, Social Chairman, P. Myshchuk, R. Kolb, N. Olski, B. Kruithof, L. Horning, J. Laitt, M. Aset, P. Roblee, D. Maturgas, Women's Council, D. Mitchell, T reasurerg T. Leadbetter, H. Witter, K. Masi, Cor- ridor Chairmang B. Warren, Vice-Presidentg P. Thompson, K. Kokkonen, E. Jetty, N. Hagberg, N. Farwell, Social Chairman- 1 S. Gray, K. McGuire, M. Guyon, J. Gruneisen, F. Szentmi- klosi. J .RWE 'E Pg-16 5 EH -me -:Iv IL' I '51 W -y , sm M gy ,f I 'ix I'v. V I ' 34 1 I fl, VF .4 ' M W 7 mf ' f ff A X 'f ii fi'k'a?X'LQaff1 f 'Q .. " ff' K f ' . vb 1 r 1 . 5 5 f a fig I 4 X if g H V T , Ni Y W 'V V' ' nw 'w', ,ff 4? X ,, 9 "N M, J yi wg H 'Sv ,Nw 1 f IFA . 'xv x v W .: f 1 ,151 ' lj 7' .," 'Fir - '- 1 1- , Mf '1 H xx . A l, Y f :A f 'QP ' , ' U W? X Hi , N -- f J f, 'Fil --- N 5. T.G.I DEPE DENTS iii, V ROW I: E. Sanders, R. McCaig, Mrs. L. McGuire, house- mollzer: O. Kaplan, J. Harker, W. Griffith. ROW II.' T. Nor- ton, J. Blundred, M. Kosciol, P. Clark, C. Davis, G. Stott, S. Peck, R. Johnston, P. Webber, T. Webster, R. Adams, E. Schwartz. w . A Hey!! Let's sing a song for our lovely Queen candidates 104 KZE I DEPE DENTS 4-Q I What, me worry? A kitchen's more than a kitchen around here!! el ROW 1: W. Worster, D. Tewksbury, S. Frederick, N. Bedford. ROW II: M. Collins, G. Cross, A. Anzalone, T. Goodsell, G Kremers, J. Tryniski. ROW Ill: J. Daldry, D. Cunningham, H Harris, T. Downs, W. Francis, C. Perry, B. Kozlik, B. Hulett "Our Family!C?J" ROW IV: G. Fairfield, D. Arlen, W. Whitwood, M. Taft, R Fazer, Mrs. Churchill, D. Driscall, D. Isaacson, D. Sweet, R. Ault, G. Dymschuk, F. Jenness, M. Tartaglia. 6 ' .. .. 1 ...,,Q,.. L.. , ' 1 1 I I - W 1 u .....,,.,.-, L , , ., ,i,,, ,- A ,ew - 4 1, - -..W I ' T ' ' V'-"wg ' ' ' - - .Y-- M- ..,..p,. .Y,...N.,W.Q.. , , A V , A A - X W x Y . .:......,. . -. ,WIN K 1 4 " Vg .i ' V Q L 1? S59 HQ '5 I It :ml I i , ' Iv .- Q 1 f -- 1. " A -:C 'f . -fan 2:5 1' 39:21 Q? f Q-if ' J f f ev ' .. 1- g. ,- , 1 . . vw , y -- .. 1.1, 3A - ,J nw A ' L f Q' vw f N 2 - A '1' A3 31.2275-5 f . , tif- L' any 1 ' . f ' . A' Q ,gi f -4-Uv . , , ff ' wh 2 - fs. . J E544 99140 X Y '51-ff if -15 4 Xa f I if , -lg? 1 A 5322? --V' ll , ,U Q' f F ..-, " 1 I ' ' "" :Q - 1 . WW: '-If 3 V.,-73h X. ,, 'GQ A Sx .V CHAMPL ROW 1: W. Votava, G. Nicholson, D. Reniff, D. Darrell, J. Lamkin, M. Hogan, F. Pastore, G. Barker, G. Haif, J. Faulk- Adams, L. Hovey, D. Gay. ROW II: P. Trowbridge, D. Chris- ner, R. DiSciscio, T. Pause, G. Parker, J. Whittleton, J. Mul- tenson, J. Bird, D. Reville, Mrs. Graves, S. Smith, P. Barton, len. J. Baltz. W. Pratt, J. Flanigan, S: Slominski. K. Parker, T D. Gage, D. Miller, D. Schoeffler, C. Soles. ROW III: I. Mooney, J. Hemmer, G. Shumaker. 107 BRCOK IDE 2:15. as ,K ROW 1: B. Lewis, S. Lambour, C. Krowick, K, Rice. ROW Torcia. L. Stearns, K. Green, B. Dobben, J. Harrison, N II: A. Kanel, N. Biancuzzo, S. Meyer. E. Appleton, S. Doktor, Bainbridge, P. Harradine, E. Kendrick, L. Warne, S. Brenne S. Mauger, S. Sloat, S. Warchorki. ROW III: C. Frank, S. man. S. Heitzmann. P. Meres, N. Elliott, C. Hoose, J. Jen Makahon, K. Owen, V. Paul, B. Bennett, D. Kahn. F. Schiro, nings, Mrs. Henry. C. Ferguson, V. Woolworth, C. Gaus. ROW IV: S. Jones, C. I , 5 1. - il 15 , g . -.... H MacKenzie's Mob-socializing??? Hey-you'l1 never guess who's in my room ' 108 H' How to keep busy in your Spare time when you have none NO COMMENT!! There seems to be a slight wait . . . v- fe Welcome, Freshmen 110 4- 1 If this isn't enough I can print more. This sure beats studying!! i . gui s t ef The only record shop in Alfred! u iiaii his. Mata and Hari entertain. v,- D , W' l SPORTS when one great victor comes, To write loesiole your name g He writes not if You won or lost But how you played the game. , 'QQ f ' My .- vgf, . . . , , -,.u.-V 0: , .SQ , I Zi! pv A Jgfk' 4' if 5 'TQ- l U, -f - 0 . -P .X ,' Gif rf T'Yf'1J"'F9f5-: I ff 'V z , , . nip, N , : -S25 V J . VY 1 ' ,uv A af ' Q 5f95"'!!" , ,, ', T gi vtfx! , f 'gfmff L pg-, . ' " 1 ' -I' .fa at 14, c A , 'JI miie'-. ,Z ,1 .z 11915.35 f 725,12 I 'i'?fwifiJi'f, . 2. , ,, ,.,, H., .. I ,, , 1. A 'f1r'1-.QX-,f- ' 'Q ' -- ,,- ,., .n,. " V-25.1 -1 if ,,,x .- .13 '1 - w , mf xc' in ,V 1 rv X Q - V 33, . me . .4 - Aw-M ' 5a14j5gif1 ' T 'y t . - -rei A' iii ' "-.iT Ma- ii.:-'Qi' N In J 6 .JE 1 ,lr ? X Arlene Weber, Co-Captain Janet Hendershot Barbara Zuris Carol Strong, Co-Captain CHE Ny Marcia Schnecke Bonn1e Roberts A lfernare ,f ff ADER if Bonnie Ellis Sherry Jones I Rebecca Matthews Diane De Grave 'SV -Q ii' TWIRLERS BASKETBALL ROW I: P. Kahne, Manager: D. Patterson, T. Hirsch, R. Wilder, Manager. ROW ll: Coach Giedlin, D. Waite, M. Rohan, V. Patterson, D. MacArthur, Machtel, D. Wright. ALFRED OPPONENT 90 BRYANT 84 STRATTON 64 80 JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 65 77 CANTON TECH 94 71 MONROE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 63 78 JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 66 109 AUBURN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 76 94 ONONDAGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 84 93 ERIE TECH 91 72 NIAGARA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 71 99 BRYANT 8a STRATTON 61 75 BROOME TECH 81 82 AUBURN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 63 102 ONONDAGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 52 69 - ERIE TECH 76 77 HUDSON VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 79 90 DELHI TECH 102 94 MONROE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 69 101 NIGARA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 89 66 BROOME TECH 62 RECORD 14-5 117 PICNEERS ACTION fs r u I X J' ' 'C , 1??'?vv'- mf - ae - f ar 5 1 IUC nu? R f .V , , . 5 4 . XP 'VV ,, AW? P , , new 5 Marci? W? Q WRESTLING ROW I: T. Zingerella. C. Newton. A. Streif, D. Bumpus. ROW ll: G. Marshall. M. Hilchey D. Hartman, C. Schroeder, P. Trowbridge. Coach Havena. THE RESULTS ALFRED OPPONENT 1 3 BROOME TECH. 23 1 8 ITHACA COLLEGE QFROSHJ l 6 7 DELHI 25 20 UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER CFROSI-D 3 I 6 CORNING 1 6 . 17 ONONDAGA 1 6 21 AUBURN I 2 120 Just ask me if I'm comfortable!!! 5.1 '-V . . . My Mother loves me anyway. Are all of the members of your family so hard to convince???? NA 'Q See what happens if you ea! too many bananas? Do you have to point your toe??? CROSS COUNTRY ROW 1: W. Pratt, G. Shumaker, D. Christenson. ROW ll: K. Barron. T. Pause. C. Carbone R. McKean, Coach Havens. THE RESULTS flow score winsb ALFRED OPPONENT 24 ONONDAGA COMMUNITY CO-LLEGE 31 21 MOHAWK VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 34 31 BROOME TECH 24 16 DELHI TECH 40 20 ERIE TECH 35 25 MONROE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 35 RECORD 5-1 L lg 122 RIFLE ALFRED OPPONENT 1336 PAUL SMITH COLLEGE 1308 1181 NIAGARA UNIVERSITY 1243 1109 CORNELL UNIVERSITY CFROSHJ 1226 1123 NIAGARA UNIVERSITY 1180 1359 MORRISVILLE TECH 1301 1186 ST. BONAVENTURE UNIVERSITY 1073 ROW I: D. Bissel, W. Johnson, D. Newton, D. Smith. ROW ll: Col. Judson, Advisorg D Baker, D. Rudder, N. Bedford, G. Stafford, B. Earl, C. Sibley. 123 ORGANIZATIONS Life is the mirror of King anal Slave- Tis just what we are and clog Then give to the worm the Lest you have And the Lest will Come lnacle to you. Mary Ainge De Vere 'S QQ X M un ! l I Q WQMEN' CQU CU. .4 13 J. 'sas 3' Hmmm-that Hy wz1sn't there before . . . Please don't laugh-I'll blush. ROW I: K, Carr, R, Walsh, Tregg14rpr,- B, Schreiber, Vice- Lynch, S, Lilley, J. Seufert, M. Ziegler, V. Rinko, D. Williams Presidz'11t.' C. Bond, Presidenl: J. Nichols, Sc'cretary,' D. H-KiTChh0fT,N-DCI-Ong-C-Strong' Matuzas, .l.F.K. FUND Clmirmang K. Newman. ROW II: D. 126 ROW I: J. Langworthy. Vice-Prexiz!cr1l,' L. Squire, President. ROW Il: R. Seibert. E, Anker. MEN 'S CCU CIL Mcn's Council is a new organization on campus this year. Under President Larry Squire, thc Men's Council will act as the governing agent for men on campus. Its functioning will resemble closely that of the Women's Council. in that it will sponsor fund-raising activities as well as social events, and will promote such functions as the scholarship fund. The Council meets only when necessary, such as for thc discussion of important issues or the trying of cases. Members have the power to give demerits-something new for male residents this year! Officers are elected in the Spring of each year and take ofhce the following quarter. 127 'Y fm 41' f xii' HQ ' ji 'W 1' ,i 3 .1-iff' 1 ,J . 1. , ' f Af, L4 'Q' 'a"f,,f-'V ef ' --,gy ,xl fi Nga., JL I." A A he f -A, I 1' xl TUDE T SENATE ROW I: J. Marino, S. Masters. J. Thompson. W. Lee, Vice- man, E- -l0hf1Si0IL P- MCFCS- G- Gratton, N- Rice, P- Heffef, J- Presidentg R. Leroy, Presidentg N. Stone, Treasurer: L. Squire, MCDOI121ld. E- Linke. R- Blum. P- Weber. N- Raab, A- F0f1Zi- Parliamenmrian: C. Miles, L. Wilmarth. ROW Il: K. Widt- Iim fostering better student-faculty relations! L:.l fi: F- The Student Senate is the governing body of the students at the college. Its function is to recom- mend policy relating to student activities, ap- prove student clubs and organizations, and carry out such action and publicity as may be neces- sary for problems arising that concern the wel- fare of the students. The membership consists of representatives from every recognized student living center. The purpose of this organization is to promote the welfare of the students of the two-year colleges of the State University in all areas of student co- curricular activities. IGMA TAU EP ILC ROW I: C. Sibley. R. Jensen. ViCC-PI'C'Sfl1t'l1f.' F. Gould, President. ROW ll: J. Francis, J. Riani, Secrcftaryg L, Ritto, A. Gibson. Sigma Tau Epsilon is Alfred,s honorary scholastic society. Students are available for membership only if they have achieved the proper index for their particular year. These students are initiated into the society after they have been voted in by the members. Members of Sigma Tau have unlimited cuts from classes and are exempt from taking final exams. 130 5 L. .Au Q .iq E' " ,3- xy. 322. JI' vp . "4 - I gf W , fffffz' if -,lX 4 H 3 ,. " X ' -im - f 1 is 1. fs IT N f I r '. J A l 'if , -Nj 4 I L P 1" rg ' Wi rv In .' A . 1 1-U ,p .f f aff H 1 i,...,47 R , f v ,5 The Intersorority Council which consists of three rep- resentatives from each house handles any matters ,con- cerning the sororities and encourages closer relations among them. The council plans for the Intersorority Ball and enacts the regulations and rules for pledging and rush parties. ROW l.' N. Reed, J. Neureuter. Secretary: J. Miller. ROW ll: A. Laker, J. Gresko, Presiclelil: A. Weber, J. Wright, C. Clement, Treasurer. 132 1 WVAT STAFF ROW I: W. Flaxington, Advisory R. Jensen, General Managerg Reehling, R. Weeks, R. Greene, Oblice Managerf D. Isaacson, P. Trask, Business Manager: S. Frederick, Program Director, D. Sweet, Sports Directory W. Shuman. J. Riani, Secremry. ROW ll: S. Burgess, Chief Al1I10IlllCC'I',' F. This new radio station, operating on 640 kilocycles, began operating Winter quar- ter this year. It is the climax of plans begun early in 1963. Besides broadcasting music and local campus news and events, the station has many other purposes. Among them are to encourage and promote greater student participation in cam- pus activities and organizations, and to give students a chance, by working in the various departments, to improve upon their own skills within their particular Curriculums. Transmitters are located in each dormitory and fraternity and soror- ity house, as well as the Student Union. 133 TATCDNIAN ROW 1: P. Weber, Co-Editor: K. Joyner, Co-Editorp V. Fay, Typing Editor. ROW ll: G. Bartle, Photography. Karen Joyner, Co-Editor Patricia Weber, Co-Editor Regina Simons, Associate Editor Virginia Fay, Typing Editor Gary Bartle, Photography Gary Gibbs, Photography Stay? Janet Miller, Judy Collard, Paula Niver, Nancy Grear, and Betsy Wahl. Mr. Paul A. Gignac is the Advisor. 134 TCR ECHCD ROW I: N. Raab, H. Witter, M. Cox, J. Constable, B. Nellist, Editor-in-Chief. ROW II: R. LeCount, G. Bartle, H. Brown, B. Schwinger., Barb Nellist Gary Pickles Joan Wagner Ben Schwinger lmre Hofie Peter van Sprewenburg Sue Fogarty Richard LeCount Leigh Herington Helen Witter 135 Editor Circulation Typing Editor News Editor Cartoonist Managing Editor Advertising Photography Sports Editor Feature Editor DELTA P I CDMEGA ROW I: E. Varley, Vice-President: D. Dewey, President: I. Mr. J. Larsen, R. Bennett. S- M0l21f- F- MHIISHCIG- N- RYIUHI' Schmitt, Trensltrerf D. Cooley, Sergeani-at-Arms. ROW II.' S-Marlin. Delta Psi Omega is the National Honorary Drama Fraternity. The fraternity's main interest is to promote theatre activities and educational theatrical experiences on and off campus. Students of this fraternity direct their own one-act plays, and off-campus tours include New York City and Buffalo. This year Delta Psi produced "The Miracle Worker," "Royal Gambit," "Visit to a Small Planet," and "Kiss Me Kate." In order to become eligible to qualify for membership in this fraternity, one must accumulate a certain number of points. Its activities are enjoyed by everyone on campus. 138 pv X 1 ' 3, it l' 'Q 'Q' ' Q . fit I V 11- 2 A If rwqgnw X4 g . 4 at 5 . 'wi 'L 1 - 1 6 -' vffif 2: :A ' ' wie: ,A f'- q-yTqz,if 4.f', .Arm ' 4 1 Q, 17 1 " . N ,,.ffffq,.i 4 I -' ,fm ,if 'Pm la ,AM Q 17,313 I rf." Q X !f' 5' M' INA - 5' 'Ji' V 1 , .N . X., ' .,,.,. I ' I Ji' ,.i.72rl"' xX:'.,,4 c f,. , ..- n .,,-, ,F A. we ' "A-V, 5 . ,QQ 'F' gif 1 "2 , "alfa .Jw-f-..', .. ,4 V v,,.! v 'f"LH: aff.-, 1-1.:!pA 1 151-V nr wk, Lie? 5- 'FW -qw, 25, I 3 i,-,gs K . , , W , x jf ,K .T ,viii f ,- ' 'Q 'if , A, , 4. I! ' . jf ,rf'f155-wifi 5221-H A hard group of workers, "take five -'- 140 g. 1 . nuff-5 F Lx 1-.55 - Y!-M41 .uf L? L-,T ' . -M4 L- Jriarj-Q. - ' lbs Lv-""'4 .' , , ',,as7Q'l.'r' ff , ' 'Y'x'-- :--L M. - ll A '4A'i+"'1.mAgf'f x 's 11 -1 L' 12'f"2l1. 5. 'A ,f ' , i it Q 2 'Y,- K "L, I AFI' P Paulette Helfter, Co-Chairman. FALL FE TIVAL -m,..- r . f 4 x F M171 KL,1 i 1 1' " T 1 3 I si' i - l , I ' 'uxf 13- 5 , The "Be-Wilderness" of the Biochemistry Lab. Walt Lee, C 0-C lmirman. lhhfikll -Q UBTUUI 555317 P-wh The Drama Society's handiwork. 0,0 ,ng , Will Univac find a "perfect girl" for Me?? mf.. Y fr-. Fifteen years ago, Fall Festival was first organized. Its theme, "Progress Through Technical Education," was expressed by stu- dents in all residences who set up their house signs and exhibits. t Bus loads of high school students toured the Alfred campus to become better acquainted with college life. Each Academic Department approached Fall Festival in a different manner. For example, the biology labs demonstrated different clinical techniquesg while the accounting department demonstrated the operations of computers and their functions. Preparations were being made for the Harvest Ball while the different exhibits were taken down. At nine o'clock the couples arrived with eager anticipation for the crowning of the Harvest Ball King and Queen. This climaxed the annual Fall Festival Weekend. 143 IEIARV T BALL 5, P' f If X S Wdqllbllfll , Norm I 1? " 'X J 'il -Nfl Q7 'dll The King. Queen and Their Court The Honor Dance TY Y' Yu," "":- "Z """Y" 'fit "'Z7"':'w"'i "" "W """" "' SNGW I,-Q K " tu X ,. -J 15 z ak P 5.13 . anet. 'lf I . u - 1 E ,gm , , , . . V, A .. " ,da-'1 ,H 1-- ,.J..,.1lH tg: 21-1 ,.,A,--.i'.4,..,,-5 .v.,..1,1 1.-4 , 1 .- ,Fail ,g ,gf4.,3'z I lm: Q . fr , 7 fd .play , .- 'in-.Q I ' v 1 . Q 1 T . 5 Y. ,Q 6 ' XQ....f..- -HA I "f 1' .. I if, 1 -2.4 - " ' " " , V, U 'V E s F AWG In F' I X, SPRING ACTIVITIES In Spring, a young man's fancy turns to more than just thoughts of baseball. Now, for example, there are always many different activities going on at the Lodgeg or in the latter part of the year, there are many Spring Formals. Spring certainly is different from winter. Girls are out in the back of their dorms taking sunbaths, bulldozers are continuously working on the New Campus, and Street Dances become the new- est fad. Because Spring is the busiest and most popular time of the year on the Alfred Campus, we, as Co-Editors, have decided to devote a section of the yearbook to that "special seasonf' Karen .I . Joyner Patricia M. Weber 148 REC OGNITIQN DAY ount of 3, LET'S GET COORDINATED!!! n the Loclge . . , ,". First the Gym . V 5 I 'E , ,X -awww I ' - 4, -s . ,D J ' . ui- C ppy tak s b fd OW. Hurry-I can't hold this pole mu ch long lst we registered . . . PRE-FRQSH DAY 1 k 1 H to fortify us while we wa M? sr lked. .. r X2 yy Mr N 52? Www gig-f w s . rs Gr f gs In fc Q 4 f 'fx ' 15' H T 4 , y 'tin' Q- Li 1- r ,I , if f 5 y' , 4. 'v za 7. 'J I' , W Q' 5- ,r- sei. . 'Q 'F ,W ,A -. Q! 1 . . " . -Y' - A 'i',t'T'i. - ,wQ,.. :rs 1-as " " . 1 ,K - JC- V' I ' 'S:Q- 1 - .1 ."' n Q 2? -rf ' A 413' 'A 1' 'A 5 L ' f ..,.'-1 . AV' - 'YQ - ' , '.fP?n,.rfi 15. Q "ik ". w JFMELIH WF ! - 'fp . 45- ', 'J i l' Rf ,H - : th M, Q " -"3s'.k01" ' A-saw Q' - ' 1 '..'!fP"'...s.ew 4. "L"-'-1 .- ,v,.- -1, CAMPUS CHEST With the coming of Spring comes the Campus Chest Variety show. The Independents and Greeks compete against each other for the first-place trophy with skits, dance routines, and comedy acts, as well as serious productions. Proceeds go to the Campus Chest fund. At the close of the show the winners of the competi- tion are announced, along with the boy and girl voted Cby student donationsb Ugly Man and Beautiful Queen. ABX AXQ THE GREEK GCD ECDRMAL Each year during Spring Quarter, the fraternities and sororities cele- brate their "Spring Fling." Long gowns and dress suits are donned and cars filled to overflowing capacity as the migration to the Bea- con, K of C, or the Country Club begins. Each weekend gives an- other Greek its turn, and the occasions are looked forward to. Satur- day night marks the "Big Dance," followed by a picnic the next day. The weekends finally end, and life continues as usual with only memories and favors to remember the wonderful times by. 'PAQ FINE FSI' KZE e Cultural Series in Review NED RIDDLE The creator of Mr. Tweedy, the cartoon strip, presented "a trip be- hind the scenes." He demonstrated how to bring cartoon characters to "life" Mr. Riddle studied under a German expressionistic painter and later worked in the art department of the Dallas Morning News. His cartoon strip is seen by some 26 million newspaper readers daily. 154 ICE CALLAWAY For fifteen years, Mr. Callaway has been one of the most popular interpreters of the theatre. He brought to Alfred an analysis of both the current and all-time theatre favorites. His re-creations of figures range from Macbeth to Tennessee Williams, famous heroes. 155 Whether Required Cr Not MAX GCDRDCN Mr. Gorden, a famous Broadway producer discussed his life and times in the American theatre. He has been responsible for more hits than any other single producer in the last 30 years. He produced such hits as "Born Yesterday," "My Sister Eileen," and "The Solid Gold Cadillac." 156 e Enjoyed Them . BASIL RATHBCDN E Mr. Rathbone staged his one-man presentation, "In and Out of Characters." He is one of the most famous interpreters of Shake- speare on the current theatrical scene. When he served his acting apprenticeship he played a different Shakespeare role every night. 157 " ll BUFFALC PHILHARMGNIC The history of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra has been one of steady growth. In the beginning in 1936 it was a project of the Federal Works Progress Adminis- tration.Today it has grown to the position as one of the leading symphony orches- tras in the country. MATA AND HAR1 They are one of the foremost delincators of satirical dance. Mata and Hari demon- strated their special brand of choreo- grapher humor which has made them one of the most popular novelty attractions on the contemporary entertainment scene. Mata and Hari have toured Europe and the United States with their unique program. Lucas Foss, C onducmr - H I Composed by Richard Fote ' 51+ Arranged by Richard Lane '57 Hue.- - Cwjyejrs one b3g,We off- er thee o , . JN . J .E lui 'twig' fill!! VNV -le-1f1.:.a .wa -M.: 4 Em-H f' Em' gf? V ff Ll- ' A- 'U i311-ty, the fazda m1ic1gw1B not die? A- ourid the blue-- A and the goj, our 63?-L 'ff f r 9 H5 W iff? .itgff E' - gl V' 5 V-ff I eE,!'e F -ek b Q lyisfor -out ,Q Re--1 mem-Q tjing im ghe jzirsio come, this pledge will e'el 3 eglaeujhi, 1, ,- .. e .1 . fQfEQf1fVf1ee-of V' 5 H Eg F H V' G B 1 e 3-- - q',. + , U D- do fe VW Uitfffir F l A- - - :aff-e Vifi V9 eEYeJ'fm diarffwa' if Fai? eg Sf'LfILf7'LfF e4 N gf 'D A " Q: f fu M f P ...?,,... , 1 J P 1 1 Q 5. , ,.g- Y I N 1 Qin,-71' 9-Eu 171 4 H9 4 1 nlitv-1 iualugui - g V v, ri . I ,,,. . . ,C ,T . yy V . .-,1 -.11 ' ' Han fr 'H---I ,i I a I 5 LY 71 ll . kb lg 1 dx M", 'f' , r Patricia M. Weber, Karen J. Joyner: C0-Edilors I Regina F. Simons. A.s'sociute Editor Virginia G. Fay. Typing Ezliror 'id


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