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F r i d a y , A p r i l 3, 1959 Youngstown University, Youngstown, Ohio V O L U M E 35, N O . 7

Elect S & T Head As Board Member
In a n a c t o f a p p r e c i a t i o n for h i s u n h e r a l d e d efforts a s p r e s i d e n t o f At the last meeting of the univerY o u n g s t o w n U n i v e r s i t y , T h e Y o u n g s t o w n E a g l e s , A e r i e 213 honored sity Boaid, A . L . Glossbrenner, presiDr. H o w a r d W. J o n e s a s " H u m a n i t a r i a n o f the Y e a r " , at the 57th dent of the youngstown Sheet and A n n i v e r s a r y banquet h e l d on March 2 1 . Tube Co., was elected to the board Dr. Jones was awarded a bronze of trustees. The officers qf the board wall placque a n d a citation which were a l l re-elected including Walter reads in part " P r e s i d e n t Jones has Bender, chairman of the board, The served his community and Youngstown General Pireproofing Co., chairman; University through hard work, educaJ . Lester Mauthe, chairman of the tion, self-sacrifice, a l l with no board, T h e Youngstown Sheet and thought of public a c c l a i m . " Tube C o . , vice chairman; Dr. John N. McCann, physician, vice chairHighest Possible Award man; Charles G . Watson, president, The Humanitarian Award i s the The Youngstown Welding and Enhighest honor the Eagles can bestow Veterans of the post-Korean and gineering C o . , vice chairman; Carl upon a n outstanding member of the Korean War periods, whose insurance W. ullman, president, The Dollar comrrunity. Dr. Jones i s the fourth policy numbers are preceded by the Savings and Trust C o . , treasurer; and community leader to receive theaward. letters ' RS", may be able to realize Hugh w. Manchester of the l a w firm a savings of up to two-thirds i n their Manchester, Bennett, Powers and When introducing Dr. Jones, toastGI insurance costs. Ullman, recording secretary. master Harold S i e l l recalled a quotaWilliam F . M a a g , J r . , editor of the These policy holders may exchange tion by Emerson which he applied;to Jones. The quotation reads: Vindicator and chairman of the library their present five-year term policies Dr. campaign sponsored by the Friends for new term policies that carry the " B e h i n d every i n s t i t u t i o n is. the of the Youngstown University L i same face value at a greatly reduced lengi:h and shadow o f a m a n . " brary, reported that the campaign was premium cost. These savings are In addition to Dr. and Kcs. Jones making very good progress, especimade possible by a continuing imseveral l o c a l and/ state dignataries ally with the help of the Youngsprovement i n mortality rates resulting H O N O R E D : " B e h i n d every i n s t i t u t i o n i n the length and s h a d o w including Mayor Frank X . Kryzan, a n town University student campaign from the lengthening life span. alumnus o f youngstown university, of one m a n , " With these words the E a g l e s , Y o u n g s t o w n A e r i e 213, which has contributed $4,000. Maag honored P r e s i d e n t Howard W. J o n e s as the " H u m a n i t a r i a n of the Holders of the present term policies and Senator John Carney. There were s a i d that there are a number of gifts also have several plans of perman- 300 Eagles in attendance. s t i l l to come from industry and from y e a r " . L o c a l p r e s i d e n t B i l l B r i n d e l makes the p r e s e n t a t i o n . ent insurance to which, they c a n individuals who are regular conconvert immediately. However, the tributors to the library. Student Council... premiums for permanent plans, while Dr. Jones, president of the unithey never increase, are i n a higher versity, reported on the progress of bracket than term insurance. the new $1,400,000 science building

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and said that from a l l present indi'Y.U. SHOW" B A L L O T cations i t should be completed by the end of May and ready for occupancy SELECTION. by September. T h i s i s the first i n a s e r i e s of a r t i c l e s i n reference t o the quesDr. Jones reported that during the past year more than $300,000 has t i o n s which w i l l be p l a c e d on the b a l l o t a t the i s s u e s e l e c t i o n to be A R T I S T . been contributed to.the university by h e l d i n the near future. T h e purpose of these a r t i c l e s i s to acquaint individuals, industry, business and the students w i t h the background of the t o p i c s i n v o l v e d i n order P l a c e this ballot i n the box that they may vote intelligently. located i n the library entrance, other interested groups. The results of the balloting will be and tune i n the " Y . U . S h o w " an indication to Student Council of every Sat. morning at 1L o'clock the student opinion, but i n no wayon WBBW radio. constitute a final decision on the matters.

Question of Honor System To Appear on Issues Ballot

Dr. Evans Attends Biology Conference

Dr. Evans of the Biology Department attended the Ohio College Biology Teachers Conference recently. Such issues as educational T . V . programs were discussed, group discussions took place which resulted i n the selecting of certain objectives by the teachers from the ideas presented by other professors in the discussion groups.

The moral standards of American students are a t their weakest with regard, to cheating. T h e practice i s so wide-spread as to challenge the world wide claim of students that E . C a r l B e i l , a s e n i o r i n t h e s c h o o l of B u s i n e s s A d m i n i s t r a t i o n , they .value honesty a s a virtue. has been s e l e c t e d a s the o u t s t a n d i n g a d v e r t i s i n g student a t Frequent cheating is admitted by 40% Y o u n g s t o w n U n i v e r s i t y . H e w i l l represent the U n i v e r s i t y and A l p h a A m i d the b e a u t i f u l s e t t i n g of " A p r i l i n B l o o m " the 1959 J u n i o r or more a t a large number of colleges, Mu Honorary F r a t e r n i t y at t h e ninth a n n u a l I n s i d e A d v e r t i s i n g P r o m Queen of Y o u n g s t o w n U n i v e r s i t y w i l l be crowned a t the often with no apology or sense of Week meeting being held at the J u n i o r P r o m tonight a t the Idora P a r k B a l l r o o m . wrong-doing. Although no survey to Biltcnore Hotel i n New York from B e a u t i f u l sandv B a i l e y w i l l be crowned on the s p e c i a l coronation determine the percentage of cheating April 5 to 10. at Youngstown university has ever B e i l is the son. of Mr. and Mrs. platform which is. a feature of this been taken, you know that i t i s done E a r l c . B e i l of 1171 Park H i l l Dr., year's junior Prom. She was elected and that i t i s wrong. Youngstown. He i s a graduate of by a campus election held March Ursisline High School. Under the Honor System you are on 30. 3 1 . yoiir HONOR not to cheat; and i f you Members of her court will be Kate Active on campus, B e i l i s treassee another student doing so you are Whitford and Betty L o u Storey. urer of Alpha Mu advertising. P u b l i c on your HONOR to report him to the Relations, and Merchandise fraterDance 9 to 1 appropriate authority. The Honor nity, a member of Newman Club, System i s not just another approach Co-chairmen Frank Guarrderi and T h e i a C h i Fraternity, and a former to the problem of conduct, but it i s a Gene L u p i have announced that the basketball manager. part of the University's educational Warren Ail-Star Dance Band w i l l philosophy, its peculiar merit i s not Bail intends to fly to New York on play for the affair from 9 to 1. as a system of control but a s a means Sunday, April 5. and remain u nti l the' Disc Jockey Johnny Andrews w i l l of teaching the lessons of honesty April 10 closing session, upon his serve a s guest M.C. and s e l f d i s c i p l i n e . return he w i l l address the senior adAdmission i s by activity book. vertising c l a s s and Alpha Mu "Establish Trust" Fraternity. A 1,000 word paper will The co-chairmen also added that "But I just couldn't tattle on my also be submitted to A.A.M.&W, a since this w i l l be the first school best friend ... I can't break faith" national association of advertising function s ince the Lenten season E. Carl B e i l ... with the g a n g " may be heard. These people. T h e school sending the began, expectations are high for a statements contradict our basic w/inning representative will be huge turnout of students. F l y i n g to New York 1959 J U N I O R P R O M Q U E E N C o n t i n u e d on P a g e 4 awarded a $100 prize.

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T H E JAMBAK

F r i d a y , A p r i l 3 , 1959

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Music i s not the only form of communication j a z z has with the public, j a z z has now incorporated with the written word in the form of poetry. J a z z and Poetry j a z z and poetry i s the'newest form of creative expression in the music world. It involves the reading of poetic verse along with a background of jazz music. One of the notables i n this field i s Kenneth Patchen. Mr. Patchen i s a native of Warren, Ohio and has many friends there. He now l i v e s in California, Rock and R o l l Not J a z z

P u b l i s h e d w e e k l y except d u r i n g v a c a t i o n a n d scheduled e x a m i n a t i o n periods. E d i t o r i a l a n d business offices located i n 22 Pollock H o u s e . M a i l i n g address — B o x 69, Y o u n g s t o w n U n i v e r s i t y , Y o u n g s t o w n 3, Ohio.

L a s t week I mentioned that rock You've got a physical disability and roll i s not a form of j a z z and for . . " n o guts" t I various reasons. F i r s t of a l l , the M e m b e r : A s s o c i a t e C o l l e g i a t e P r e s s , O h i o College N e w s l y r i c s sung with rock and roll, i s a Association, Penn-Ohio Collegiate Press Association. N a t i o n a l combination of country and ballad A d v e r t i s i n g R e p r e s e n t a t i v e : N a t i o n a l A d v e r t i s i n g S e r v i c e Inc., styles. Secondly, rock and roll music 420 M a d i s o n A v e n u e , N e w Y o r k 17, N e w Y o r k . is always idealistic, whereas jazz i s more abstract. L a s t of a l l , rock and roll is always played in a set musical pattern; jazz often varies from the Many students around our campus act with the idea that pride is melody of the tune.I am not advocatnot a matter of principle or distinction. Where they ever got this ing the abandonment of rock and notion is unsolved. Surely, the administration has never taught roll, I am merely pointing out the this as part ofthe curriculum. stature hunger, voodoo, tradition, differences to be found between Dear Editor: lust stereotyped dissipated love, Take a look at the desks in every classroom. They look like the these two forms of music. If you want to read an interesting solid achievement and plain good fun, bull's eye of a dart board rather than t h e seats where the brilliance article on just what others outside of J a z z i n this A r e a sometimes c a l l e d " C o l l e g e L i f e . " and intelligence of Hie students sit. our Universities a n d colleges think Although New York, Chicago and of our curriculum, then read therecent The student i s generally short on Perhaps a course should be added to the catalog entitled "ChrisSan Francisco are considered the Saturday Evening P o s t article by sleep, behind i n his or her studies, tian Charity, 106". This course would be taught under the idea that and fails to realize they are supportjazz spots of the country, we have Jerome E l l i s o n , titled, " A r e We it is a principle of charity that desks not be marked and defaced beseveral fine jazz clubs in the Youngs- MakingA Playground Out of C o l l e g e ? " ed by hard earned money. cause this is unfair to other students. to wn- Cl eveland a rea. CI ev eland Today's colleges have< an overrun T h e story h a s tconcluded that The situation has become serious in some cases. New desks and offers the Modern j a z z Room, whict of autos, and campus elected queens. campuses are marriage m i l l s and fun tables have been almost completely rendered useless because of the is strictly for listening and the A high percentage of coeds have carvings on them. Replacing these fixtures requires money that- Theatrical Grill which i s primarily a factories, more devoted to beauty intentions of trappinga husband early. supper club, but also features well queens than a higher education, and A shocking number of college graducould be used for other things. it's a n expensive proposition for known jazz artists. ates can't even write gramatically or Legislation could be passed to attempt to curb this action, but it parents. spell correctly: Well, what i s to be probably would be ineffective. The solution lies with each and The Twilight Lounge i n Youngstown offers a j a z z combo i n the T h i s controversial article should done about i t ? Perhaps you have an every student to conduct himself as an adult. Shearing style. T h e F e z Club i n produce quite an uproar from students opinion, ... Warren features the vocal stylings of across the United States and from He goes on to apologize to those Miss Diane Georges,a Y . U . freshman, parents who have l e t the situation serious students who have been able get out o f hand. every Friday night. to learn i n s p i t e of college distractions. A feature article recently printed in THE JAMBAR told of the T h e author of this article i s far predictions of the prophet Nostradamus and it goes without saying E . Carl B e i l from a novice of the campus problems that these predictions were shocking. Senior, Bus. Ad. He was formerly editor o f the MichiTHE JAMBAR office has had many responses to this article; not gan Gargoyle and the Zeta P s i fratE d i t o r s N o t e : See e d i t o r i a l on only from Youngstown students, but from people outside the school. ernity ma gaz in e an d h as ffi re e t h i s page f o r v i e w s on t h i s a r t i c l e The interest shown is encouraging because it shows that people at daughters who have attended college. and how Y o u n g s t o w n U n i v e r s i t y , least read the front page of THE JAMBAR and are concerned about The Second Curriculum, he des- fits i nto the " c a m p u s s c h o o l * ' the predicted clash between our country and the Soviet Empire. cribes a s " t h a t odd mixture of p i c t u r e . Printingan articlesuch as thiscan prove to bedangerous, because although the prophecies of Nostradamus may have come true in the past, you the reader, must delve below the surface of his writings Measuring the social participation and not take them attheir face value. The writings of Nostradamus of Youngstown University students is have been translated by many scholars and they all reach divergent the aim of the Sociology 406 c l a s s in S o c i a l Research. T o accomplish this, conclusions. a survey will shortly be conducted it is good to see the interest provoked by this article, but it is through qu estionnairs sent to a A r e c o l l e g e students r e l i g i o u s ? A r e c e n t s u r v e y made b y the hoped that as college students you w i l l not panic before some number of students selected a t editors o f S I G N magazine shows that eighty five percent o f the thoughtful consideration of the many implications involved with random by IBM machines. It i s s t u d e n t s i n A m e r i c a p a r t a k e ' i n s o m e form o f r e l i g i o u s w o r s h i p ; these writings. hoped thatthe results can be tabulatB a s i c a l l y r e l i g i o n i s the s p i r i t u a l r e l a t i o n s h i p between man and ed before the end of the semester. his G o d . T h e forms of God men the s i m p l e Because such a re search project i s worship may vary," however, the im- a s k i n g t h e m s e l v e s a course requirement, i t will carry portantthing beingtheir acknowledge- q u e s t i o n , *'If the world and everyInitial reaction to the Saturday Evening Post article written by thing i n i t , including' man, i s Jerome Ellison entitled " A r e We Making A Playground Out of the authorization of the Sociology ment to a supreme creator. matto:, how then d i d matter come department and Youngstown UniverCollege?" was probably very comforting to its author. Undoubtedly existence?** A detailed M o s t c o l l e g e students p a r t i c i - i n t o sity. he had a double purpose when he wrote this article . . to cause a pate i n some form of r e l i g i o n . a n a l y z a t i o n of t h i s q u e s t i o n w i l l Since the number of questionnairs violent reaction and to make money. ' i s relatively small and the students T h i s r e l i g i o n s e r v e s a s a guide for l e a d the student t o t h e s m a l l e s t student. It g i v e s h i m , a p a r t , o f matter t h a t c a n take part First, it should be mentioned that although his article might apply answering w i l l remain anonymous, i t the to a campus school, it has no bearing whatsoever on a school such is important that each student foundation for good c i t i z e n s h i p a s in a c h e m i c a l r e a c t i o n , the atom. as Youngstown University. We are not a campus school. Therefore, receiving a questionnaire answers and w e l l a s a method of s e t t i n g h i g h One may then r e a s o n that t h e the students that attend our university must live either with their returns i t promptly. Only i n that way s o c i a l - and moral s t a n d a r d s . More atom must have come i n t o e x i s t parents or in boarding houses. This closeness to family supervision may the project result in interesting often than n o t , ' the c o l l e g e s t u - a n c e one o f three w a y s . F i r s t , the prohibits to some degree the ability for our students to get out of and useful information not only to dent r e a l i z e s t h i s a n d p r a c t i c e s atom w a s c r e a t e d from n o t h i n g . S e c o n d , the atom c r e a t e d i t s e l f . the c l a s s but possibly to the entire his r e l i g i o n f a i t h f u l l y . hand. T h i r d , some supreme power creatUniversity. Then one day the student walks Secondly, it is questionable that our students do not realize the ed die a t o m . hazards of neglecting their studies. Unofficially, around 80% of our If the methods used are scientific- into the classroom of a scientific •To reason the first, that the atoir, students have outside jobs which they must keep in order to pay ally sound, the results will be anminded professor who bluntly tells them '-'There i s no G o d " and pro- was created from nothing i s foolish their way through school, A student in this situation is not apt to indication of the whys and why nots of student participation in University ceeds to explain this statement with because we a l l know that i t Is a forget the injustice he does to himself by not getting the most for to create a c t i v i t i e s Those receiving question- a mass of idiotic and scientific physical impossibility his money. theory and reasoning. Most students something from nothing. T h i s i s naires a r e encouraged to u s e the Thirdly, the students who are fortunate enough to have their eduare immediately impressed by this supported by the fact mat i t i s a cation paid for desperately attempt to give our campus a " b i g - comment space freely to express superficial reasoning and fail to see physical impossibility to obtain s c h o o l " atmosphere. We doubt that this is a serious problem. their opinions about social participa- the numerous loop-holes in it. absolutely nothing i n the first place. tion here on campus. Elections, parties, traditions, socializing, and fraternizing all have T h u s , after a month or s o o f If one w i s h e d to r e a s o n r i d i c u their place in t h e university and have had since the inception of the Hopes are thatthe results w i l l be they might f o l l o w the university system. They are needed for school spirit and to bring an organized step toward hearing the l e c t u r e by the professor on t h i s l o u s l y student voice in this matter and that p a r t i c u l a r s u b j e c t the student s e c o n d proposal that the .atom forth studentsto conduct the "traditions of the alma mater." the " v o i c e " will speak forthe larger s e r i o u s l y finds h i m s e l f d o u b t i n g created i t s e l f . H o w e v e r , i n order The majority of our students are serious minded individuals student body and may lead to a more the e x i s t a n c e o f G o d . T h i s doubt for the atom to have created i t striving to educate themselves. They are also human beings, and accurate b a s i s for opinions and is d u e to the l a c k o f the s t u d e n t ' s s e l f it: must h a v e first s e t i t s e l f as such are susceptable to the urge for fun and jqy of life. We action by student leadership i n this a b i l i t y to r e a s o n . H o w e v e r , their i n t o motion. T h i s impossible cannot crucify these people for their taste for living. r e a s o n i n g c a n be s t i m u l a t e d by Continued on P a g e 4 area of our university life.

Course on Charity

Student Points to Magazine Article About College Life

Concerning Nostradamus

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tood Weather Opens Practice s
T h e weather- may c a u s e y o u t o wonder w h y , but Y o u n g s t o w n U n i v e r s i t y ' s f o o t b a l l a s p i r a n t s are a c t u a l l y r u n n i n g through d r i l l s i n preparation for the forthcoming 1959 f o o t b a l l s e a s o n i n September.

Softball Meeting Set
An intra-mural softball m e e d n g h a s been set for n o o n , Wednesday, A p r i l 8, 1959 i n the A t h l e t i c O f f i c e . A l l teams w i s h i n g to enter the i n t r a mursil b a s e b a l l league s h o u l d have a representative, a t t h e meeting.

T a k i n g advantage of the N C A A r u l i n g o n S p r i n g f o o t b a l l p r a c t i c e , the Penguins, under Coach " D i k e " Dom R o s s e l l i hopes to drawBeede, w i l l be spending the next, although there are several lettermen By Rich P a s s a n up a s c h e d u l e i m m e d i a t e l y two weeks beginning Monday, prim- returning, newcomers are welcome to S p r i n g 1959 h a s j u s t a r r i v e d a n d with i t thoughts a n d w o r d s ' o f s t a r t league play t h e ing for the opening game at Gustavus compete for positions. Coach Dom and b a s e b a l l are b e i n g tossed around by a v i d b a s e b a l l f a n s . D u r i n g Adolphus. R o s s e l l i i s conducting warm-up d r i l l s week o f A p r i l 9 through 1 3 . Spring t r a i n i n g every team i s p r e d i c t i n g a pennant, but there c a n at Evans F i e l d , North side. A l s o , anyone i n t e r e s t e d i n Practice I s being conducted on the only be one team i n e a c h league w i n d i n g up on top. c o m p e t i n g i n i n t r a - m u r a l golf Also, men interested i n tennis or Belmont Ave. acreage recently acT h i s i s the way yours truly sees Weakness - L a c k o f good pitching, or t e n n i s s h o u l d contact golf are asked to report to Coaches the outcome of (he first division i n weak-hitting Catchers, and a vacant quired by the administration. T h e within the next 1959 schedule i s attractive, but as Bob Thompson and B i l l Carscn, re- R o s :;eIH the American League. Teams appear center field slot now that Jim P i e r week. A n y s t u d e n t i s e l i g i b l e . usual i t boasts a formidable array of spectively, for practice. in forecasted order. s a l l i s with Cleveland. worthy opponents. New York Yankees Detroit Tigers 1959 P e n g u i n . F o o t b a l l S c h e d u l e with It looks like another pennant winThe Bengals from the motor city Sat., Sept. 12 — A t G u s t a v u s ning year for Casey Stengel's Bronx have always been tough on the Jfec S t e f a n Adolphus Bombers. T h e Yankees are strong Yankees and i f they can be just as Sat., Sept. 1 9 — T e n n e s s e e offensively and defensively. B i l l tough on the other teams, they stand (By the Author of "Rally Rtwnd the Flag, Boys! "and, State A & I Skowron, G i l McDougald, Tony a very good chance of taking alt the "Barefoot Boy with Cheek.") Kubek* Andy Carey, Norm Siebem, marbles. Rocky Bridges and Eddie F r i . , Sept. 25 - A t E a s t e r n Mickey Mantle, Hank Bauer, Yogi Y o s t w i l l definitely strengthen the Michigan Berra, and E l s t o n Howard are key infield. men i n the Yankees batting attack. Sat., Oct. 3 -- A t Northern HOW T O B E A T h e pitching outlook for 1959 Michigan In the way of pitchers the Yanks seemed brighter when Ray Narteski T H U M P I N G B I G SUCCESS ON CAMPUS possess one o f the finest i n Bob and Don Mossi joined the Tigers a s Thur., Oct. 8 BaldwinTurtey. whitey Ford, Tom Sturdlvant, a result of a trade with Cleveland. Wallace While up i n the attic last week hiding from the tax man, I came Jchnny K u c k s , Duke Maas, Bobby F r i . , Oct, 16 - O h i o U n i across aletter, yellow with age, that dear old D a d had sent me Shantz, and Don Larsen form a more Strength - Good power with Harvey versity when I was a freshman. I reproduce it; below i n the hope that than adequate staff. Kuenn, A l Kaline and Charlie , i t may light your way as i t did mine. Strength-Excellent hitting, strong Maxwell, good fielding, and excelSat., O c t . 24- — A t A k r o n " D e a r Son, (Dad always called me Son. T h i s was short for lent relief pitching. University bench, and good fielding. Sonnenberg, which used to be my first name. I traded i t last Weakness - Mediocre pitching staff Sat., N o v . 7 New H a v e n Weakness - If there i s any weakyear with a man named M a x . H e threw in two outfielders and State ness i t would be pitching. Whitey but newcomers might solve that a left-handed pitcher . . . B u t I digress.) problem. Ford slumped to 14-7 i n 1958 but " D e a r Son, (Dad wrote) . T h u r . , Nov. 12 -- T o l e d o . can be counted on to come back i n "I suppose you are finding college very big and bewildering, C l e v e l a n d Indians University '59. Johnny. K u c k s and Tom Sturdland maybe a little frightening too. Well, i t need not be that way The tribe this year h a s a new vant should have better years, but if you will follow a few simple rules. B a s e b a l l P r a c t i c e Opens Ryen Duren might run into the look. The acquisition of J i m P i e r s a l l " F i r s t of alt, i f you have any* problems, take them to your and B i l l y Martin gives the Indians ' Sophomore j i n x . " Baseball practice has opened and teachers. They want to help you. That's) what they are there for. the much needed leadership that a Perhaps they seem a little aloof, but that is only because they B o s t o n Red Sox team should have. With Rocky C o l a are so busy. You will find your teachers Warm as toast and ing, good power, exceEent team speed The Red Sox have been starving for vito, V i c Power, Minnie Minoso, friendly as pups if you will ca}l on them at an hour when they a pennant since 1946. The a c q u i s i - Woody Held, R u s s Nixon, P i e r s a l l , and strong bench. are not overly busy. Four a.m., for instance. tion of V i c Wertz from Cleveland and Martin, the Indians have a team Weakness - In order for the Indians "Second, learn to budget your time. AVhat with classes, actividuring the off-season strengthened that i s both powerful and fast. to become a contender, the pitching ties, studying, and social-life all computing for your time, i t is . the batting order for the Bosox. with easy to fall into sloppy habits. Set up a rigid schedule and stick T h e main question concerning the has to improve. wertz, Ted Williams, Frank Malzone, The preceding i s how I see the to it. Remember, there are only 24 hours a day. Three of these Indians this year i s the status of the Jackie Jensen, and Dick Gemert, the of the American League hours must be spent in class. For every hour in class you must, pitching staff, with an " i n j u r e l e s s " finish Bostonians have perhaps the most pennant race. T h e high and mighty of course, spend two hours student:. So there go six more devastating batting order i n the year from Herb Score and good years hours. Then, as we all know, for ' - hour studying, you must from C a l M c L i s h , Gary B e l l , " M u d - Yankees w i l l literally walk off with American League. spend two hours sleeping. This actwunts for twelve more hours. cat Grant*', and DOT Ferrarese, the the pennant in their clutches. Next Then there are meals—three hours each for breakfast and lunch, The pitching situation leaves some Indians could climb into second or week the National League survey. four hours for dinner. Xever forget, Sonnenberg, y o u must thing to be desired; however, i f Tom third place. D i c k Brodowskiand Bob chew each mouthful twelve hundred times. Y o u show me a Brewer, Frank S u l l i v a n , and Dave Tiefenauer are expected to be the backward student, and I'll show you a man who bolts his food. Sisler have good years, the Red Sox relief men replacing Ray Narleski could go a l l the way this season. and Don Mossi. 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By Jim Quiity P i t c h i n g i s s a i d t o be eighty per c e n t of b a s e b a l l , a c c o r d i n g to some experts a n d s u b s c r i b e d t o b y many o f t h e most famous names in t h e h i s t o r y o f t h e diamond sport. T h a t b e i n g the c a s e , an i n v e s t i g a t i o n of the Y o u n g s t o w n U n i v e r s i t y b a s e b a l l team i s i n order w i t h p a r t i c u l a r attention p l a c e d on t h e mound c o r p s . B o t h o f the f i r s t l i n e starters from l a s t y e a r ' s state N A I A champi o n s h i p team are e l i g i b l e for another c a m p a i g n , but one of the duo, M i k e Santor, may p a s s up the diamond competition i n favor of s p r i n g f o o t b a l l p r a c t i c e , w h i c h begins t h i s forthcoming Monday. C H A R L E Y B U S H M A N , the P e n g u i n ' s other holdover, i m p r e s s e d i n quite a few games l a s t year. Should Santor b y - p a s s b a s e b a l l , t h e burden o f the p i t c h i n g l o a d w i l l r e s t w i t h t h e 6 * 7 " B u s h m a n . A goodd e a l of h e l p , however, s h o u l d come from Tom R a p h t i s , a spot hurler on l a s t y e a r ' s s q u a d , B o b Ohuey, s t e l l a r freshman eager, and two o i three freshmen of unproven c o l l e g e e x p e r i e n c e . C o a c h Dom R o s s e l l i w i l l need but a few w e e k s to l o c a t e where h i s h u r l i n g strength l i e s . With s e v e n o f the e i g h t regulars from t h e 1958 e d i t i o n r e t u r n i n g , the P e n g u i n s s h o u l d have l i t t l e trouble finding an e f f e c t i v e off e n s i v e c o m b i n a t i o n . O n l y s h o r t s t o p J i m Stoops has graduated, but with hard h i t t i n g center f i e l d e r Tom R a z u m (.453 i n '58) and s e c o n d packer D o n P a r m (.360) h i s l o s s w i l l be l e s s e n e d somewhat. J O H N F U S C O a n d B U S H M A N share the f i r s t base, d u t i e s w h i l e soph J i m Brahney appears s e t for another year a t t h e hot corner. R a z u m a n c h o r s a n o u t f i e l d w h i c h i n c l u d e s M e l K l i n g e r i n l e f t and e i t h e r P e t e L e o n a r d or A n g e l o Ambrose i n right. R i c h Suchora, one o f t h e f i n e s t c a t c h e r s i n c o l l e g e b a s e b a l l , s u p p l i e s plenty o f s a v v y behindthe plate. P H I L G U I L I A N O , now i n h i s t h i r d year on t h e v a r s i t y , g i v e s e x c e l l e n t r e s e r v e i n f i e l d support a n d may break i n t o t h e s t a r t i n g line-up, possibly landing a starting assignment at shortstop. " B u t college is more than just sleeping, eating, and studying. There a r c also many interesting activities which you must not miss. Y o u ' l l want to give at least three hours a day to the campus newspaper, and, of course, another three hours each to the dramatic and music clubs. A n d let's say a total of eight hours daily to the stamp club, the debatirg club, and the foreign affairs club. Then, of course, nine or ten hours for fencing and bird-walking, and another ten or twelve for ceramics and threecard monte. , " F i n a l l y we come to the most important part of each day— what I call 'The Quiet,Time.' T h i s is a period i n which you renew yourself—just relax and think great thoughts and smoke Marlboro Cigarettes. W h y Marlboro? Because they are the natural complement to the active life. They have better 'makin's'; the filter filters; the flavor is rich and mellow and a treat to the tired, a boon to the spent, a safe harbor to the storm-tossed. That's why. " W e l l , Sonnenberg, I guess that's about all. Your kindly old mother sends her love. She has just finished putting up rather^ a large batch of pickles—in fact, 350,000 jars. I told her that with y o u away a t school, we would not need so many, but kindly old Mother is such a- creature of habit that, though I hit her quite hard several times, I could not dissuade her. Keep 'em Hying, Dad."
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Pledges In Greek Spotlight

C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s are extended to Gerry Stanton, S i g m a Sigma S i g m a , 1959's M i s s Mermaid f o r the S p o r t s m e n ' s Show w h i c h i s an a n n u a l a f f a i r , at i d o r a P a r k . Gerry w a s s e l e c t e d from a f i e l d o f c a n d i d a t e s among c o l l e g e c o - e d s . On March 13, P h i Mu installed its Markasky, Joe Balog, Jerry Stonepledges. Afterwards, Patricia P l a n - burner, Dom Grace, and D i c k Blaine inshek, P a t shook, and Darla Jean who were i n s t a l l e d l a s t Wednesday T i t u s , were honored at a dinner held night at Shots Restaurant. Congratulations tothe new pledges B e t a Sigma Omicron sorority had of Theta Chi: Bob Arbuckle, B i l l its pledge installation on Feb. 11 at McCarthy, F r e d Middleton, Harry the Golden Drumstick. Sporting red Mays, Frank Nameshak, Jack Sederblazers' are Kay Albright, L i n d a land, and Dick Zabek. . Karmer, Jo Hanna, Maureen Moore, New Sigma P h i E p s i l o n officers i n Doreen , Fabrey, Martha Bone, and the AlphaPhiOmega,national service Joyce Goble. fraternity are: President, Jack B i g smiles and purple and white Selple; corresponding secretary, berets are the signs of the new Gerry Rhoades; and recording secHank Williams Sigma Sigma Sigma pledges: Margery retary, Mickey Kaiser. Behrens, Annette, C l o f f i , Grace D i F i o r e , Marilyn Dillon, Rosemary Hackett, " S s s y " Kopp, N e l l i e Jo Moses, Susie O ' N e i l l , P h y l l i s Oleksak. " B u t c h i e " Shon, and Dotty Williams. Members of Sigma Sigma Sigma entertained their new pledges at a O f f i c i a l May Day Queen p e t i t i o n s are now a v a i l a b l e i n t h e D e a n dinner held at the V i c t o r i a Rest- of Women's O f f i c e i n Main 210. T h e s e p e t i t i o n s must be s i g n e d by aurant. On March 15, installation of at l e a s t 25 full-time s t u d e n t s o f t h e s e n i o r c l a s s . A student may the new pledges was held a t Pollock s i g n only one p e t i t i o n . P e t i t i o n s must be returned to M a i n 210 b y House. 3 p.m. on next Friday, A p r i l 10th. Adelegatlon of Sigma Tau Gammas
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Any senior girl who i s a fulltime student i s eligible to be nominated for May Day Queen as long as she has a 1.00 cumulative point index. The candidates may be nominated by any full-time student of the senior class. Elections for May Day Queen w i l l be held Monday, April 20th and Tuesday, A p r i l 21st. The candidate with the highest number of votes shall be queen. T h e court o f honor w i l l consist of the next two girls who ranked second and third. Any full-time student of the senior c l a s s may vote i n this election at the entrance of the Strouss Auditorium in the Main B u i l d i n g .

from Youngstown University took a trip to slippery Rock State Teachers College. They pledged a new colony of twenty-four members under the sponsorship o f the Beta Gamma chapter here at Youngstown. New pledges of Kappa Sigma Kappa fraternity are N i c k Aulisio, j o e Bedure, N e i l Clark, Ray Dolak, B i l l Kay, Dave McNicholas, and Frank Scoccia. " T o w n l n g the l i n e " for P h i Gamma fraternity are new pledges: Gerry B u m s , John B i r o s , Herb Cleary, Dick Giba, Larry Griffith, P a u l Fleischer, Frank Lengel, B i l l L e e c h , Tom D r i s c o l l , Buck McGibbony, Tom Sample, John Ventresco, Dick Siba, Check Wood, Pete Ransom, and Joe Zitnik. New pledge brothers of Zeta P h i are B i b L i d l e , Dave Pond, Larry

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moral code, for,if we believe that i t i s wrong to be dishonest we believe that i t i s right to correct a dishonest person, i n order t o trust one another we must develop mutual respect and trustworthiness. In addition, the University itself must be considered. A school i n which cheating i s tolerated i s discredited as are i t s students. Therefore an Honor System is essential to the good character of the University. The road to an Honor System i s not asmooth one. The climate of opinion on the campus and present weaknesses i n self discipline must be The May Day Dance will be held carefully evaluated and a satisFriday, May 1, atthe Yankee L a k e . factory means of reporting violations Ballroom. /ound.

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