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THE FIELDSTON NEWS
A mid-season change in the
Newr' starting line-up put Lou Liv-
ingston in the box as Patty Bauman
took up a post in Italy, while Dave
Hellerstein held the clean-up spot.
The editors were backed by a strong
bench, as the staff box reached a
Despite a rained-out issue
when the press broke down, and a
rise in yearly rates, the New: re-
tained its strong following. Bill
Mulfinger took Mr. Spiegal's place
and built up a high slugging aver-
age with the female fans, while Mr.
Riegert remained the mentor and
mainstay of the publication.
The editorial problem blazed
over the smoking problem, and it
was even suggested that a mini-
ature dining room be set up for
smoking in the Newt room, but
Mr. Brown's sobering influence
kept the Newt "O. K. S. B."
A wrapperless Rec Room, a
leafless quadrangle, an unblem-
ished blackboard, an immaculately
alligned 821-all these sights on
Freidenberg and Mel Mungin, has
to the Work Program. A rapidly
growing institution, the Work Pro-
gram, chaired this year by Bob
Freidenberg and Mel Mungin, has
been increasingly successful in san-
itizing Fieldston. Quadrangle
ground is no longer pollutedg quad-
rangle air is another matter. Al-
though the principle of breath-and-
nose holding has been found an ef-
fective measure against smoke, the
evasion of soggy post-school guided
missiles is not yet a science . . . but
rag-ducking will come. In a more
serious vein, the Work Program
has accomplished much that is con-
structive, and the well directed
money made through students'
work has been well-earned.
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A fruitless search for members marked
this year for the Library Committee. In vain
did its public relations man, Rachel Blau
1 also the chairmanb, plaster printed ads
around school. "There is only one Library
Committee, ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTESV'
a notice proclaimed. "And only one mem-
ber," added a Fieldston humorist. Yet, while
exchanging the popular mob scene for a
more modest type of meeting, this commit-
tee of four effectively assisted Mr. Mann, its
advisor, in the choice of new library books.
If the fog of our Monday morning-itis
is oft'times dispelled by the stirring words
of a prominent speaker or by a film whose
innate fascination compensates for the sleep-
producing darkness of the auditorium, it is
through the noble efforts of this committee.
The parade of Sheiks and Prime Ministers
which has greeted us at assemblies was the
result of committee meetings in which the
mirth produced by the antics of the chaii-
men, Nat Kwit and Toni Halpern, was no
less stimulating than were the assemblies
From the ambitious title of
this group, one might gather that
among the varied tasks of the Field-
ston student government is one of
attending to the need of foreign na-
tions. On the contrary, the students,
recognizing their own needs to
learn in more detail about the rest
of the world, have found here the
opportunity. Choosing Israel as a
pilot project, the committee, chaired
by Ginny Galton and Lynn Good-
win, became experts on the coun-
try's problems. An informal talk
with an Israeli student added ro
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