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State University of New York at Albany 1968 President Evan R. Collins Dr. Clifton C. Thorne Mrs. Lois H. Gregg Vice President for Student Affairs Associate Dean of Students Donald Whitlock Dr. Milton Olson Director of Financial Aids Vice President for Management and Planning Dr. Sorrell Chesin Neil C. Brown Associate Dean of Students Director of Student Activities and Campus Center Dr. William Perlmutter Dr. John Carlock Dean of College of Arts and Sciences Dean of School of Business Dr. Jack Deeringer Dr. Randolph Gardner Academic Dean Dean of School of Education :g 3? E, r i i E 1w v n m w W 15 4, 12:5 'x ,g .x S 'r AKV; u" , RHAH- .Ww ' I ,l ' u-UI' ,,'I I ..U,.f, . 'If IE; 1, VI .mudiwo ccmwrr E H $3" comm x BB8 p gs on w 52W wow? 8 655 w 0853 8 6380 w: E 0: $5 .PoQOBwo wanB 5 an 6085. 32:93 smegma Ba Em v .n :9, mo S3 mo: 8.. Gigi? 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"3. 86 Bug in: :5 :aamamngasm :5." Sm Eu. 323. cu caewumnw ween mmuiom Ba .50 US$36". a :5. 03:25 033". SE am ,5 20mm nooumnpzo: Hemwagm 7.056 cm camawao: om mcmoEo 3055mm Ea mumoEo 88.33st uaeomannmm 3n n. s ..L 9.: $5 5838 . . I Announces : This means the I Acceptance .f 0' Alcohol Pol "Details of operation" refer mainly to obtaining a New York State Liquor License. At present President Collins an-- proposal and then de- ind at 2 am. no definite time has been' set for MAC Hours Proposal Menday. policy can go into effect as "collins Fina Following is a text of the Womerrs pounced his final signature presented at the Feb- 9, 1967 me of the aleobol po'lic'y'vat the .P r e S'i de ntts Conference A sqon as ttdetai'ls of opei'a- tion, , have been workedout. Robert MuIvey, the spokesman f0 Features No Curfew: Council by Living Area Affairs C and was unanimously approved b .meeting shortly before Central Co proposal had been drawn up over the Jouna cts n ectwn l , . k' Will Not F and Political Groups $0: fee; l9 6 4? 912011?! , by Vic Lgop'er pate. T089316? the b1" and PTO- V chines. The procedures lnv Q; 9 z: . cedures represent a compre- in voting, staff, proces' 25 G o . 6 12 Q0130 9 Central Council unanimously hensive revision of the old elec- voters and tabulation 9, 2b 56 03152;ng 0'01 01;, . A - , , . . G G . ' 97!! ow W51 :98 f tlon bill and make a consider- ed out in detail. . number of changes. In the case of 1r' 0 6e n the new bill, the Myskania. the Commission . 560053;? 3' 0 Q Q 4;, 4. 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The Doors at R.P.l. J rn Morrison O I O WWMW O : , .iJ k V " . ' t f '51. uga tag? in $ NMM. w ..i l University Band 95 n e m S e t a .T. S , VH . . ; . , :3 ' . -, ' n :-' :r - .. . i m -.A...' 1!! - M ' " - .'..;.1 .2 . :"u .. . Ass; 5?: ' ;'l-II .. , a '. :. ' ' , 118:: 'I I 1' II , '11.... '- x :11, +- ! ' i x . D ' : '. -. 7 I 3: 1 v .,-. x . .. -. U! hill!!! I .-.. an o F!!' a i f' twinn- uuagyh. 2; er: J f. 3:1 432 'I 5': ;;25 .92 g ' u. 5 Z: "3"" : II II F. El 71;, i g - ii i: v-,I:".vl;'..!,- .- ' 1s ' , . 514'?! .:: . I .II- E : 'AH ,viVl a ::6.L 3. "II :1 . Wk :ak' r wa-x. .- , xlll , l:1!- a 9. I-le' .'II EEK J g I .- a- v I '-I.n I A-gr HUN E El tHl g'wwgukuifr ; -, . - .- , " P. 31A, :Sv'V V. 5 Y. y'.-,'nxlll l 34 wig g. pp gi-Hh: 1 I - ' ...i" , 5? 5i ?- 4 1' EIEWTV. H m m- d V gr, hf us; 1" 5'. 31 L mi U .- E ;- v.-:-.-'! g1. . . '1' I .. . v 1 v snag: Ma 1!? n" Fl -' Hz. r; . I MI! . :1; " .' '" l I 1? A WM Michael Ginsburg, Suzanne Budd, Richard Stevens, Lynn Hewitt, Robert Mulvey, Raymond McCIoat, Chmn., Marsha Schonblom, Charles Bartlett, MYSKAN IA William Cleveland, Alexander Krakower, John Fotia. Not in photo: Diane Somerville. 104 iii! 5 MM Gary Gold, Patricia Hedinger, David Cummings, Carol Hettie, William Cleveland, James Central Winslow, Jeffrey Mishkin, Pres., Paul Downes, Terry Mathias, Suzanne Chape, Dr. William Hudson, Dr. Richard Hauser, James Kahn, Michael Parker, Alan Cohen, Steven Rubenstein, James O'Sullivan, Margaret Dunlap, Nancy LePore, Paul Breslin, CO u nCil Patricia Matteson, Doreen Frankel, Walter Doherty. 103 Supreme Couw Dennis O'Leary Adele Endelkofer Cheryl Heater Jerry Leggieri, Chief Justice Eli Basch 105 Academic Affairs Commission T. Perdaris, L. Lesse, R. Col- lier, L. Maynard, J. Kahn, T. Mathias, R. Sumislawski, Chmn., B. Blodgett. Communications Commission E. Anderson, M. Dunlap, G. Gold, R. Delena, P. Downes, E. Rogers, Chmn., R. Longshore, W. Nothdurft, R. Goldberg. Community Programming Commission G. Restifo, W. Cleveland, K. Comeaux, B. Gusso, C. Stern- berg, A. Otter, J. Winslow. M. Stroemi, S. Hazen, M. Polsenski, Chmn., N. Brochstein. Not in photo: P. Lewis, G. Gelt, D. Gavel. Living Area Affairs Commission W. Feldman, M. Schnabel, Mrs. Brown, S. Filipelli, J. Brewer, P. Hoffman. R. Mul- vey, Chmn., J. Silverman, R. Holmes. B. Weinstein, M. Semerano, N. Woodall, D. Gilson, G. Fortunate, N. Le- Pore, C. Walters, V. Looper, K. Turow, J. Wahl, C. Valis, M. Mixson, W. Greiner. 108 Religious Affairs Commission D. Rupert, A. Devey, S. Zim- merman, K. Housel, D. Decker, Chmn., B. Lorence, D. Cara- vella, N. Chaikowsky, K. Gross. Class of 1970 S. Cherniske, Pres. B. Weinstein, Vice-Pres. J. Mliner, Secy. P. Pavone, Treas. Class of 1968 A. Mathias-Treas. M. Dietz-Secy. W. Cleveland-Pres. Class of 1969 P. Breslin9Treas. J. Osdoby9Vice-Pres. R. Cania-Secy. J. Mishkin-Pres. 109 Alban M. Dunlap, S. Kittsley, N. Durish, E. Gunderson, J. Cromie, Co- y Editor, T. Nixon, l. Wolfman, A. lseman, G. Gelt, D. Nixon, G. Sapir, L. DeYoung, K. DeYoe, F. Jaffe, B. Grassman, D. Stankavage, StUdent T. Keeley, F. Holz, M. J. Rosenberg, D. Bryon, J. Samuels, E. Anderson, R. Bertrand, S. Sammartano, V. Looper, P. Franchini, 8. Porter, L. Ostrander, l. Ostrander, W. Doherty, J. Webb, L. Press Berdan, Co-Editor. 110 Alpha Phi Gamma M. Mclndoe, L. Myer, W. Fuller, P. Downes, S. Budd, R.McCloat. Primer Cole Therriault Rogers, Editor Brindisi PUFF??? Campus Viewpoint R. Longshore, R. McCloat, D. Frankel, B. Roff, R. Fergusen, M. Cunningham, R. Salerni, C. Alt- schiller, Editor, T. Altman, R. Friedland, D. Byron, D. Donohue. Directory J. Nestuck, Editor, P. Thompson. The Word W. Nothdurft, Co-Editor, R. Goldberg, Co-Editor, P. Oesterreich, D. Stim- meman. 112 ' WS UA 640 S. Fischer, J. Fichthom, M. Winkler, J. Hallenbeck, P. Silverman, S. Fishkin, A. Herzlich, J. Etkind, E. Colman, E. Hurwitt, G. Garver, P. Edelstein, l. Botts, T. Cervone, M. Cerqueira, L. Smith, H. Hadley, J. Retherford, T. Shostak, J. Fleitman, W. Silver, R. Margolis, J. Michalke, D. Ruppert, A. Tredeau, D. Moulthrop, A. Post, F. Silver, W. Doscher, C. Shapiro, W. Brennen, M. L. Taylor, V. Smist, L. Blau, Zimmey, W. Gearing, B. D'Elena, S. Kirschner, J. Rosen, J. Adsit, D. Neufeld, Altschiller, H. Cohen, D. Gurowsky, D. Jones, K. Mann, J. Friedman, M. Copp, Cutty, C. Dolecki, W. Fuller, A. Fox, D. Gavrilik, P. Chast, D. Clark, L. Barre, O'Malley, M. Mclndoe, J. Grinnell, J. Molnar, W. Burt, S. Martello, C. Walters, Mott, R. Longshore, R. Stevens, E. Collins, M. Moeller, R. Heaney. Judith Mills, Co-Editor, Sheila O'Leary, Janet Weigel, Bonnie Premo, Robert Stephenson, Mary Anne Stephens, Elizabeth Anderson. James Folts, Co-Editor, Annette Gerren, Gary Metz, Barbara Spiegel, Bruce Cohen. Not in photo: Linda DeLucia, Diane McNamara, Gail Safian. 114 Photo Service Gary Gold, Steven Fishkin, Edward Potskowski, Thomas Peterson, Gary Keveles, Douglas Upham, Lawrence DeYoung, Tae Moon Lee, Faculty, John Doroski, Robert Stephenson, Chief Photographer. 115 "Lum- - WWWWN14 3v - Young Repubhcans D. Longshore G. Patterson N. Polizzi P. Campbell C. Bertini YAF R. Kelly R. Bertrand B. Iseman E. Potskowski B. Devoretz E. Roesch W. Burt D. Pietrusca 117 118 IFC D. Bartyzel, P. Ochal, J. Gilbert, C. Kupras, T. Mitchell, J. Anagnost, D. Bordwell, Pres. Contemporary Music Council R. Ruid, N. Woolf, K. Lawrence, M. Kloder, P. Bodner, E. Knapp, S. Zippin, J. Richman, Chmn., C. Hill, J. Richman. Music Council L. King, Pres., E. Anderson, D. Seaman, S. Whitman, W. Burt, D. Kirsch, K. Sand- berg, E. Gundersen, F. Mc- Cormick, C. Martz, P. Mc- Farlin, F. McCormick. Dramatics S. Regan, J. Mandel, W. Doherty, J. Deanehan, K. Nielsen. ' J. Levy, J. Fotia, Pres., B. Simon, C. LaMotta, K. Prete, F ounCl Scott, R. Cutty, F. Penzel. E. Kramer, H. Vlahos. W. Schaeffer, P. Wright, B. Weinstein, N. Miller, C. Bartlett, P. Downes, P. Callaluca, J. Wiesen, Mr. Fish, 3. univerSity Readers Rawson, E. Deming, T. Barbarossa, A. Krakower, N. Feldman, C. Strong, G. Aldrich, G. Slavin, M. Keenan, N. Miller, E. Kaufman. 122 Russian Club Les Innovateurs D. Sukiennik, N. Ko- pald, L. Lohr, F. Do- mingo, E. Flecker, Pres. DGUtSCher R. Link, P. Pickus, J. Sheeran, Herr Gerstenberger, D, Un- gleich, l. Sterbak, A. DeVey. L. Crutchley, J. Sheeran, Pres., verEin Y' Ruban, R- Eisenstein, W. Doran, L. Benware. Physics Club C. Carpenter, D. Singer- man, E. Hancock, R. Dell, Dr. Renzema, D. Watkins, J. Sullivan, Dr. Andrews, R. Karpien. Biology Club K. Fedirka, S. Meeker, S. Ostrove, C. White, J. Fairbanks, P. San- dison, G. Mosco- witz, G. Freeman, A. Hutchinson, Pres., R. Bergeman, M. Schedl- bauer, M. Pilkington, J. Lennon. 125 Sailing Club CDu ng Club T. Littlefield, C. Perl- mutter, R. Jankowski, T. Lee, J. Thomson, R. Ahlers, S. Myers, J. Tez- bir, F. Hollon, L. Finder, 8. Solomon, 8. Porter. erts CounCH J. Reilly, J. Soffer, S. Col- etta, C. Pollard, C. Crandell, N. Elison, D. Brownell, B. Gould, W. Doherty, B. Thorp, C. Fusco, R. French, G. Safian, L. Schlenman, R. Sussman, Chmn. Chess Club N. Egbert, R. Friedman, N. Chavin, Dr. Grava, L. Battes, M. Silver. Modern Dance Club L. Brier, M. Bono, A. Gurian. M. Ruth- erford, G. Greene, C. Ringwood, M. Ruhlen. S. Leedecke, J. Santoro, K. Fallesen, P. Baskous, B. Seaman. C. Kernaghen, G. Goszewska, J. Reynolds, L. Symonds, B. J. Lessne, A. Rosenberg. 127 Christian Science Organization R. Garcia, K. Nealy, J. Rech, G. Bell, A. DeVey. Not in photo: K. Housel, B. Mor- ris, C. Page, S. Rawson, J. Martin, advisor. Lutheran Student Association W. Doherty, J. Linenbroker, J. Riebesell, Pres., D. Legg, E. Falke, B. Dohnalek, S. Dohnalek. Church of the University Community B. Barnard, J. Nickerson, L. Terlaak, C. Burch, G. Taylor, Pres., TRYADS P. Rourke, L. Ford, C. Egli, E. Redelberger, K. Neward, L. Smith, W. Clark, W. Jones, D. Kling, J. Mickalke. 130 lnter-Varsity Christian Fellowship D. Clyers, C. Seymour, J. Judd, N. Torzillo, A. Coble, J. Clark, R. Kleug, R. Hancock, Pres., S. Wagoner, E. Clementz, C. Beckert, D. Heling. Fellowship of Episcopal Students G. Sawtelle, B. Roff, M. Walsh. L. Pinder, C. Perimutter, M. Tezbir, P. Wade, E. Horn- berger, J. Miller, Chmn., Fr. Small. 131 132 Hillel H. Cousin, Pres., A. Goodman, H. Stoler, S. Sloane, B. Lorenz, P. Lie- bowitz, S. Philipson, S. Miller. ATI D S. Sloane, E. Schaefer, B. Stein- metz, H. Cousin, S. Miller, R. Mor- gan, Chmn., P. Liebowitz, K. Gross, B. Lorenz, L. Hochstadter. -$- . . .7 In 0.11! a,- I . ,. T. Smith, J. Brewer, B. Brink, R. Williams, R. I COI I II I luter S Thomson, E. Davis, Pres., S. Moulli, E. Has. soun, J. Lisiesky. Club 133 - n + x; h M m m x m mm ,1. AIPAE Pan-Hellenic Council AAdul HI AACPA Bill Moon BETA ZETA Margy Michel XI EIFMA BETA Joanne Everett EDWARD ELDRED POTTER CLUB Mike Shienvold PAMMA KAIIIIA 4,1 Pat Hedinger KAHHA BETA Lynn Fetterly KAHIIA AEATA Audrey Bashuk BETA 4,1 EIFMA Darrell Carp GI AEATA Diane Scappaticci WI FAMMA Maggie Dietz ZIFMA AAdhA Marianne Dinapoli EIPMA Q1 EIFMA Leesa Brand EIPMA TAT BETA Duncan Nixon BETA EJI QMEFA Terry Wil- cox THEIAQN tII'I EIPMA Pete Smits AxUDA AAMBAA XI Arthur Cronson. 137 SEVEI' HHIH zxxwmmxv uwwkg 139 M. Kosby-Treas. G. Esposito -Secy. G. Elstrom-Pres. L. Kaye-Vice-Pres. LAMBDA ALPHA CHI 142 ALPHA PI W. Pendergast Pres. J. Kramer -Vice-Pres. E. Klein-Treas. T. Walenick Secy. ALPHA 143 BETA S. Abel-Pres. P H I G. Moscowitz-Vice-Pres. W. Hatfield-Treas. SIGMA D. CarkRec. Secy. B ETA M. Schonblom Pres. M. Leibowitz- Vice-Pres. M. Babcock Secy. Z ETA L. Handelman-Treas. 145 4Q CHI M. Hughes-Pres. J. Herceg--Vice-Pres. D. Gray-Secy. SIGMA THETA C. DeCrosta--Treas. 146 mgngzyuq .116; 55.3.54 '! GAMMA M. Seymour Pres. N. Lepore Vice-Pres. N. GudelI Secy. KAPPA PH I A. Smith Treas. 147 KAPPA BETA J. Lucey-Pres. M. Gerber-Vice-Pres. E. Evansburg Secy. P. Fortin Treas. 148 KAPPA CHI RHO N. Polizzi-Pres. M. Persico-Vice-Pres. L. Rubin-Secy. M. Colgen Treas. S. Waltamath-Pres. J. Boshko-Vice-Pres. D ELT A S. Beard -Secy. D. Pizza Treas. 151 EDWARD ELDRED 9: POWER CLUB 152 PSI GAMMA C. Walling Pres. R. Cania-Vice-Pres. M. Schnabel-Secy. M. Jaynes-Treas. 153 Proulx-Vice-Pres. c... m 4 "H e m e W D. Smolenski Secy. C. Jen ny-Treas. V. M. SIGMA ALPHA G. Gross-Pres. SI P. Barber-Vice-Pre5. F. YaUEEF-Treas, LAM B D A W- Burton-secy, SIGMA 155 156 P. Keyes Fres. A. Epke -Vice-Pres. S. Walkoff Secy. J. Skandera-Treas. 157 a e r . h; .e amm. HVTw. :3 d$a mmma ammw dl Mmme CCHD WD.IWR. SIGMA TAU BETA TH ETA XI W Goldstein Pres V. O'Vallthice-Pres. T. Guth rie Treas. B. Bouchard $ecy. OMEGA 158 159 Mike Cometa -Pres. Pete Smits -Vice-Pres. Ken VanWagner-Treas. Joe Borgovini-Secy. SIGMA UPSILON H P SLHOJS 163 Varsity Baseball Roster: Coach Burlingame, A. Chris- tian, Captain, 8. Davis, T. Egelston, D. Elkin, C. Galka, G. Johnson, J. Lamendola, P. Leonetti, B. Lowell, J. Murley, J. Nass, R. Patrei, T. Piotrowski, J. Sinnott, A. Stein, H. Toretzky, G. Torino, G. Webb. 164 165 Varsity TennS Roster: M. Bergen, D. Carp, T. Glaser, M. Heatley, D. Hunter, R. Karpien, R. Kel- lar, R. McDermott, G. Ni- cosia, T. Sullivan, R. Sumi- lawski, A. Tepperberg, T. Walencik, K.Zacharias, Capt. 7 6 1 168 Varsity Golf Coach Sauers, B. Hill, P. Ferguson, R. McCIoat, W. Pendergast, C. Luther, F. Nelson. L. Nova, D. Belicki, D. Perlmutter, G. Anderson, C. Draper. F. Meyers, C. Hart, P Roy, D Beevers y I B. Fulmer, M. Atwell, J. McAndrew. J . Ingrassia T. Mathias .1 .9 LAX, k 13V . v. a $$ka H w 4 170 Frosh Cross-Country J. Mastromarchi, W. Meehen, J. Kaplan, L. Frederick, Coach Munsey, J. Herbst, P. Gepfert, D. Meyer. Varsity Cross-Country D. Bowers, P. Roy. J. McAnd- rews, T. Keating, B. Holmes, Coach Munsey, M. Atwell, G. Rolling, P. Breslin, J. Keating, B. Mulvey. Varsity Soccer Roster: J. Garcia, Coach, R. Axtman, M. Bligh, J. Com- peau, E. Esrick, T. Felice, T. Glaser, G. Habeth-Yimer, D. Jersey, T. Jursak, Co- Capt., L. Kahler, P. Kahn, B. Koehler, J. La Reau, J. Leggieri, Co-Capt., J. Lucas, B. Morgan, A. Nielson, R. Saul, J. Shear, M. Shien- vold, R. Sioboda, C. Spring- er, G. Swartout, H. Toret- zky, J. Watrous, M. Copp, J. Thompson, N. Faraolas. 173 175 176 Varsity Basketball J. Adams, J. Caverly, R. Margison, S. Price, T. Jur- sak, V. Lannier, D. Riegel, J. Duffy, R. Wood, T. Doody, E. Arseneau, L. Mar- cus, Coach Sauers. Basketball Roster: T. Aery, D. Benedict, B. Eaton, D. Grilli, W. Hebert, J. Hicks, J. Jordan, F. Moos- brugger, L. Newmark, H. Smith, R. Spratt, J. Volinski, A. Zaremba, Coach O'Brien. I. 71 , ,,-W'1'L,HE.41-$Jng 178 Varsity Wrestling Roster: D. Reeves, F. Berry, S. Cherniske, W. Clark, A. Domkowski, J. Forbes, M. Gladstone, R. Gorham, Co.-Capt., G. Hawrylchak, M. Hoff, J. Jenks, W. Rus- sell, R. Saul, G. Smalgalski, C. Springer, Co-Capt., E. Watts, F. Weal. Frosh Wrestling P. Ranalli, T. Long, D. Jones. K. Jackstadt, R. Jones, K. Sheehan. 179 181 WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ROBERT MULVEY ALEX KRAKOWER 69;? $5151 u I 185 JOHN CANFIELD SUZANNE BUDD GERALDINE MASTERS LAWRENCE PIXLEY 186 Lux. x 4K- L17 , ' "WILN ul Wl'nulhc. JOHN FOTIA DONALD OPPEDISANO JOHN KUHN WILLIAM CLEVELAND 187 IGOR KOROLUK MARGARET DIETZ MARGARET CARROLL RICHARD STEVENS 188 GERALD LEGGIERI CAROL ZANG MADELINE SCHNABEL ROSEMARY DeBONlS 9 oo 1 .331 Iv 1N." fu'lW 1 . ANNE LEE ANDREW MATHIAS LYNN HEWITT NANCY LePORE Y'i 1 I .- x. 190 RAYMOND MCCLoAT MICHAEL GINSBURG .vx-n ww. m .Umbzkr JOHN WEBB MARSHA SCHONBLOM 191 WW1 11H mmmu mm H nun. W W ANNETTE PALADINO JOSEPH KEATING WILLIAM PENDERGAST JUDITH HARJUNG PATRICIA SWITZER DANIEL DUBIN MARY MARGARET SEYMOUR LAUREL AVIN 193 CHARLES BARTLETT Not photographed Carol Rosenthal Carolyn Walling 1 94 mu m Signum Laudis-University Honorary BBB-Bi0l0gy Honorary QBA Busine5s Honorary HOH Business Ed. Honorary English Honors AnM-Latin Honorary KME-Mathematics Honorary MAA-Modern Language Honorary 2H2 Physics Honorary WX Psychology Honorary HPM Social Science Honorary zAE-Speech 81 Audiology Honorary RICHARD M. ACOSTA ROBIN S. ADELL COLA AIKMAN ALLAN ALBERTS Brooklyn Albany Horseheads Craryville 4 f DALE H. ALDRICH JANET ALEXANDER CARLETON ALLARD JEANNE F. ALLEN Canton WestheId Medina Massapequa Park KARENE K. ALLEN SL ALLEN ANCOWITZ SANDRA ANCOWITZ JOAN ANDREWS SL 198 Sidney MAA Port Chester Port Chester Granville KAY ARCHER LINDA M, ARCHER MARY ARMAO DAVID ARNOLD Afton Mamaroneck Albany Hudson Falls SHELIA ARONOFSKY JANET ARONOW ANNILEE ARTZ SL SUSAN l. 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YOUNG Fultonville Medford East Greenbush Albany 277 278 RHONDA YOUNG West Winfield ANNE ZABLOCKY Rochester JOSEPH ZANCA Bronx QBA GALE YOUTZY Rochester KRISTINE ZAK Pearl River CAROL M. ZANG Valley Stream CH ERRYL L. ZANN ITTO Fonda LAURENCE ZAWISZA Amsterdam SL DOROTHY ZEMAITIS Rochester ROCHELLE ZIMA Albany THOMAS E. VAN AKEN 1945-1967 SHARON ZWICK Chenango Bridge 279 WELCOME to the ALUMNI ASSOCIATION C ompliments of your UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE Albanfs Largest Complete OHice Suppliers Greeting Cards 0 Gifts GREEN'S OFFICE OUTFITTERS 8-16 Green Street Furniture and Office Planning At Our Plaza Showroom 374 Broadway 4 6 3 - 3 1 5 5 C ongratulations from the STATE UNIVERSITY BARBER SHOP The only barber shop that keeps the student in mind 7 MonnFri. 8:30-5:00 Sales and Services 148 Central Avenue 434-4222 0 434-3327 ARTHUR R. KAPNER Your hhstate? 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Y. 12201 The Clothing Shoppe That Caters to the College Woman Stuyvesant Plaza for your convenience M81F offers Complete .Banking Servuce business loans personal loans automobile loans home improvement loans safe deposit boxes checking accounts savings accounts estate planning To be sure . . . bank at Downtown: 63 Slate Street Uptown 1084 Madison Avenue 2 Sluyvesant Plaza DESOHMEAH VENDING CORPORATIO 860 New London Road Latham, N.Y. 12110 436-7666 BUICK'S OPEL KADETT The Mini-Brute G.Mfs Lowest Priced Car $1824.62 See It At CAPITOL BUICK CO., INC 476 Central Avenue IV 2-3391 Albany Western at Fuller Rd, Western Avenue a! FuHevRaad Culonleoffice: WoHRoad B A N K O I A L B A N V Member Federal Deposul Insurance Corporation and Federal Reserve System ' M Y HANNAN S PHAR AC BEST OF LUCK CONGRATULATIONS M. J. Harman, Ph.G. TO THE to the Near Campus Entrance at 1237 Western Ave. Telephone IV 2-1355 284 F ree Delivery CLASS OF 1968 McKOWN GROVE CLASS OF 1968 from the CLASS OF 1970 Co-Editors Judith MillsNames D. Folts Assistant Editors Linda DeLucia, Annette Gerren, Diane McNamara, Mary Anne Stephens, Janet Weigel Executive Editors Douglas Upham7Klaus Schnitzer Art Editor Annette Gerren Photography Credits: Steve Fishkin: 28, 150-7, 111-2, 116, 131-3, 167-8, 205 Gary Gold: 18, 39, 46, 50-2, 62, 64, 66-7, 104, 109, 112, 138, 142, 153, 156-7, 171, 182 Bob Stephenson: 8, 19, 28-9, 38, 47, 49, 70-1, 78, 81, 94-5, 110-1, 113, 115, 117-8, 120, 126-8, 130, 145, 147, 150 Klaus Schnitzer: 4, 5, 9, 11-14, 16, 22, 24-5, 27, 35-6, 53-4, 56-9, 61, 72, 75, 81, 84-91, 178-9, 196, 212, 216, 225, 228, 237, 240, 24-4, 249, 267, 270 Larry DeYoung: 21-1, 34, 37, 48, 73-4, 79-81, 96-7, 99, 100, 103, 109, 114, 122-4, 129, 148, 168, 170, 172-6, 180 Doug Upham: 6, 185-93, 220, 258 Tom Peterson: 3, 112, 138, 140-1, 160, 176-7, 179, 181 Tae Moon Lee: 10, 26, 42-5, 95, 98, 126 . Stu Lubert: 15, 40-1, 100 Gail Safian: 128, 195, 200 Roger French 38; Jay Handelman 169; Greg Bell 128; Ed Potskowski 29; Ted Glazer 767; Steve Cherniske 209; Gary Keveles 137; Zoltan Gaal 163, 180 Cover design by Mr. Jack Bosson, Art Department, SUNYA Senior photography by Merin Studios, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Printing by Foote 8: Davies, Doraville, Georgia. With thanks to Mr. William Sloane for invaluable aid and patience. Copyright GD 1968 by Faculty-Student Association, S.U.N.Y. at Albany. All rights reserved. 285 Academic Affairs Commission Administration Albany Student Press . Alpha Lambda Chi . Alpha Pi Alpha . Alpha Pi Gamma AMIA . Arts Council . ATID Baseball Basketball Beta Phi Sigma . Beta Zeta Biology Club Campus Viewpoint . Central Council . Chi Sigma Theta Christian Science Organization . Church of the University . Class of 1968 Class of 1969 Class of 1970 Communications Commission Community Programming Commission Commutors Club Contemporary Music Council Cross Country Deutscher Verein . Dramatics Council . Fellowship of Episcopal Students . Gamma Kappa Phi Golf Hillel . . . International Film Group . Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Kappa Beta . 286 Kappa Chi Rho . INDEX 106 110 142 143 111 174 126 132 164 176 144 145 124 112 103 145 128 129 109 109 108 106 107 133 119 170 123 120 131 147 168 132 118 131 148 140 Kappa Delta . Les Innovators . Living Area Affairs Commission . Luthern Student Organization Modern Dance Club Music Council Myskania . Outing Club . Pan-Hellenic Council Phi Delta . Photo Service Physics Club Potter Club . Primer Psi Gamma . Religious Affairs Commission Russian Club Sailing Club . Sigma Alpha Sigma Lamba Sigma . Sigma Phi Sigma Sigma Tau Beta Soccer Statesmen Supreme Court . Tennis Theta Xi Omega Torch . Track . Tryads University Directory Upsilon Phi Sigma . Word Wrestling . WSUA . Young Americans for Freedom . Young Republicans 150 122 107 128 127 119 104 126 137 151 115 124 152 111 153 108 122 125 154 155 156 157 172 96 105 166 158 114 169 130 112 159 112 178 113 116 116 1967-68-THE YEAR IN RETROSPECT State University of New York at Albany 1967-68-what was the year like? Well, to begin in the spring of '67 with Student Association, it was a year of political scandal, private intrigue, and pub- lic resignations. While issues were scrupulously avoided, personalities were attacked, branded, flayed, and roasted alive; even the press and communications "media" helped to heap stale dirt on the fresh grave of the corpse of respectable government. Accusations were met by de- nials, rumors challenged by allegations, lies contested by slanders. tOf course, one must cite the various reforms that were enacted by student government to restore its own good name: an independent Election Commission, a functioning Student Tax Committee, a new Budget Com- mittee, a student-chaired Campus Center Governing Board, and the abolition of six minor boards which had proven to be totally unworkableJ Some events of the year were positive: the ASP ex- panded to sixteen pages at the cost of a Tuesday issuex WSUA began broadcasting to the Colonial Quad tfor those lucky enough to perceive the signal above the static; and e liquor and liberalized womenis hours finally arrived talong with pot, drugs, panty raids, recruiters, demonstrations, counter-demonstrations, local police, and headline-making arrestsy. The Campus Center finally opened, and was soon joined by the Fine Arts Building with its impressive, two- floor gallery and an Administration Building with its im- pressive two-corridor waiting lines. tAt this juncture in the narrative, I wish to personally and publicly thank the area labor unions for decreasing the number of annual strikesJ 287 The Bookstore was flooded with the usual stream of angry charges, frustrated complaints, and insulting comments. And as Administration pride soared to new heights, so did room-and-board fees. The food got worse, the lines got longer, the classes got bigger, the faculty got older, and the library surged behind to establish new track records for sluggishness. NCAA was the key to some national prominence: wrestling star Warren Crow was invited to participate in regional semi-finals, but Doc Sauers was denied a well-deserved bid to the Northeastern College Division Basketball Tourn- ament. The gym hadn't opened yet tthis was postponed, naturally, to a later date; that is, in the early part of 1968y, while the Music and Drama Departments abandoned all hope tonce agaim for the HCenter for Performing Arts" 010 one dared to bring up the touchy subject of the large lecture rooms, which, of course, were months behind schedule; The year was not totally disastrous: The Word was founded an event of dubious meriD, but its birth was matched by the death on the operating table of the sum- mer ASP. suppression folded, but the YAF organized. The "liberals" moved dangerously closer to the local black power and anti-Vietnam advocates, but the moderate L'Humaniste declared itself for the Asian conflict and began printing secular poetry. The drama faculty con- tinued to present their interesting assortment of little- known plays, but the Masters Thesis Production program encountered immediate success. The Revue gained a pro- ducer, the lnstructional Resources Center acquired a Tele- thon, and the podium was enriched by the shimmering display of several completely out-of-place fountains twith lights eveny. Various experiments were undertaken: the controversial Spring Jazz Festival was begun and proved to be, as ex- pected, an utter financial fiascoy; Freshmen found them- selves stranded on the Alumni Quad with an unco-opera- tive bus schedule and an apathetic roster of RA's to help them; for the first time, Albany State students confronted the local law when they decided to join the Albany city liberals AlMing a challenge at the political corruption in Albany County and were dragged into court on a trumped- up charge of disorderly conducty; the recreation groups expanded and greatly increased their activities; the Amer- ican Film Academy was created, while the IFG continued to present high-quality movies; and Music and Art Councils began to act as autonomous bodies independent of the faculty departments with which both are associated. Of course, the picture isn't all rosy: the political groups remained largely inactive texcept for both the right- and lett-wing extremistsy; Observation collapsed for lack of interest after two years of being virtually non-existant in the minds of the Albany studentsy; Primer still wound up with several hundred virgin copies tuntouched by human handsy; Torch was adjudged to be an artistic failure tby somey; University Directory was adjudged to be a total failure tby everybodyx and the Greeks continued to grow in size, number, and negative quantity of positive utility, while still being denied the basic and obvious right of HGreek housing". In addition, administration censorship flailed its first at WSUA, but these simple differences on the format and content of campus news were quickly re- solved. MYSKANIA did nothing, llWho's Who" winners were accused of doing too little, and LAAC Judiciary began to function tfortunatelyejust at the time that a crisis threatened to render the Supreme Court inoperativey. And, avoiding the sticky issue of campus politics, that was what the year 1967-68 was like at the State University of New York at Albany. -Robert B. Cutty


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