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SHALL MAKE MEETINGS
US FREE TOMORROW
VOL. II MO. 26 Ity, .Now York Tueidiy, April 21. 1953
Jud Boa id Cferardffi, Remsen Installed
The new officers of the Student
Council and several other Ompus
Pick Up Forms WABS Holds groups were officially installed in
an Installation Chapel held on
In Office Of Progrm Tryeuts Wednesday, April 15 at 11:00 AM
in the Little Theatre, and unof-
Mrs. Wei man Tryouts for "Three Men on a ficially honored by a turkey dinner
Horse" will be held Tuesday and
All students who wish to run for held W dncsday evening at the
Judicial Board may pick up peti- Thursday, April 21 and 23, from Freeport Elks Club.
tions in Mrs. Weiman's office. The4:00 to 5:30 P.M. This will be Barbara Taylor and Walter John-
dead-line is Thursday, April 23. the major production of the year son, retiring Co-Presidents of the
at 4:00 P.M. Before setting the f o r W . A . B . S. and everyone inter- Student Association, administered
si matures required, the applicant ested is urged to tryout. The script the oaths of office to all the new
a comedy, is adapted from the officers.
must have Dean Moore's signature
stating thai he is academically Broadway play of the same name The new officers installed were:
eligible. Academic eligibility and \vill offer valuable experience Betty Gerardin and Wally Remsen,
UQBERT DELSON, INDUSTRIAL ARTIST, speaks on 'Art and consists of a 1 . 0 quality point to those interested in all phases co-Presidents of S. A; Marvin
of radio production. BloomandJoyce Green, co-Chair-
Industry* at ffc» Art Forum sponsored by the Fine Arts Club average. The petition must con- W.A.B.S. broadcasts classical men of Judicial Board: Charlotte
tain 50 signatures from die mem-
last Saturday* Topic of the forum was 'Credits or Creation?' bers of tiie applicant's class. Twomusic every Tuesday through Mann an.l Fran McCall, co-Vice-
Also on the platform are Robert Cronbacht instructor in sculpture men and two women from the Thursday from 9:30 to 10:30 P.M. presidents of S. A; Jean Pope and
a complete opera is broadcasts. Fred Mmett as co-Treasurers of
and cerom/cs, and Aiss Elizabeth McCous/oW, art historian classes of 1954, 1 955,. and 1 95C In keeping with the variety of S . A ; Norma Cacioppo as R-cord-
will be chosen. The applicants
and critic, who spoke on 'Art Appreciation'* will be interviewed by Dean Moore programs on the station, "The ing Secretary and Dorothy Dia-
Morning Watch" is presented every mond as Corresponding Secretary.
and Dean Harley and by the Co-
morning from H:00 to 9:00 A.M. Class officers installed were:
Fine Arts Club Holds Chairmen of the Board. Joyce
Green and Marvin^ Bloom. The By handing in your record requests Tass Pauli and Adrienne Carbone,
Forum On 'Credits or Creation' fi.:al choice will be made by the
to the radio studio, you will be
a Me to hear your favorite"pop"
co-Presidents of '54; Sally Ann
Cohen and Lee Kopmann, co-
The Hue A r t s Cln1'1 of Adelphi on A r t education ant! Miss tur.es on this program. Presidents of '55; Monica Press
College-.\MS the sponsor of a forum MeCnusland who spoke -and Bert Odicamio, co-Presidents
on Art Ulucation entitled "Credits on An Appreciation. of '56; Joan Ryder and Bob Miller,
or Creation" held on Saturday, Ti:e pane! discussions were on KEEP OFF THE GRASS! co-Representatives of '54; Fran
April 18, l:)Vt. these s.ni.'c four topics a IK! their Sparacio and Herb Anderson, '55;
The forum consisted of a ge-.erai chairmen wi.-rc lid Goniillion, and Judy Kalish and Burt Bittner,
assembly in the Little Theatre at Dorothy Yunker, Cl.ire l?osc nntl 56.
10:00 P. M. . a Box Lunch at 12:0" Ju<Jv l.ippiiMn. Three films were Others officers installed were
in the Art BuiUJing Area, Panel presented during the last session Joanne Faranda, new President of
Discussions in the Art Building at of the forum. They were "Three Pan-Mel, and George H. Downs,
1:"JU P. M,, anc! a smnmarv of what American Ballads" by Alfred Editor-in-Chief of the DELPHIAN.
occurrc'l during, tlte dav m the Little Kouxel of the An Department of Dr. Eddy, as well as the in-
Tne.me at •<?::>''• P. M •Ulelphi, "The Loon's NckKice", coming and outgoing co-Presidents,
The f oruii: was opened by Dor- am! "Toulouse I.nutrcc". addressed the audience and the
othea Ja .lerhin, President of tin- outg'iingStudent Council presented
Hue A r t s Cl'j'>. IV ward Goniillion Walt and Bobby gifts in recogni-
was r'ic prounm Chairman antl MEN'S A.A. ELECTIONS tion of their year's service.
the loruir. ." :ock-r.;tor was Mr. The MeiT-i Alhletic Associatio.. Jean MacLeer, outgoing co-Rep-
R k h a r d f . Clcino o! the Depart- e l e c h o : S .-ill : e helJ Thursday resentative of the Class of '54 and
ment of Speech and DMIJI-I of ciiul Friday. April 21 .n d '2 J i.- (lie chairman of the Installation Din-
Adelp'n. R U> v from \\: 0 A.M. to '> i>.M. ner, served as the Mistress of
i lie Sneakers of the V.orniriy. The :ioni nut ions for the various Ceremonies at the dinner, which
Program \\x-re Mr. Robert Cron- olfices A r e : PiesrJe:.-!, Al.i.: iJoyre was attended bv approximately 70
'\ich \viio spoke on fine arts, Mr. ai'd De.i.us Kohnrt. V i c c - P r e s i - l e n t . student leaders and Dr. and Mrs.
Robert l-elson -v!.o spoke on Art in Cieor '.(.' V.'.iiptT.: .in! idch.iru V\'i|- Eddy, Dean and Mrs. Moore, Dean
^••••::;/;':}.?*^ ••!, Harley, Mrs. Wierrnn and Mrs.
Industry. -Mr, P-'ilip Baird and ' Ir. keiiS; Tre.ii.irer. Clli.irles Mo:;touri,
J scp': I'ii'/c '.'i'o addressed lue Stunri (''Mitel ;n:i! Vi:-cc:.l Torior- Plitt.
recci; ,IIK: S e c r e i a r y . Kred W i s l n i e r . vw i W a l t Johnson pn-senteJ B"tty
K.Mi'< is McCall and Thorn is A k c -
» fl" ,<». ,,;^jA-<».Jg£y .. Cerardin and Wally Rcimen with
HEPTUME DIES a little package hat he thought
woui'J be very useful to them in
AT KINGS POINT LAST WEEK'S .'(EtfJEST from V. Miller to koep off the grass th -ir careers as heads of the Stu-
REVUE SET MAY 1 dent Association. The packnge
was not merit as a joke, even though the caption for the above
contained aspirin and band-aids.
The Musical Revue /hich is 10 picture seemed to indicate It. Mr. Robert Wt Miller, Superin-
e ' i v o . j i : memory of Hie l.iic:
tendent of Buildings and Grounds, has roquestedthat students
AI iJ.ir:-c>, ..'ill : -c prcse: ie
FnJ.-iv. M.iv i .n H : : t O P. M
keep off the grass so that the campus will retain Its natural HAWAIIAN PARADISE
I ,;t- I? The pro • ram beauty. Incidentally, the picture was posed by tho DELPHIAN ACCLAIMED SUCCESS
• ill < o:isibi of oriuina! ai:J photographer.
s k i t s ..riiu:-- '.y the siu-Jents. The A tfood time was had by all at
t a s i has a l r e a d y liecn selecu:u - M l t the Hawaiian Paradise, the closed
their names h..ve not yet ->cei) dance of 1956, held at the Beth-
i.oin.cetl. The (io-(7li,ijri:iei; of
Revue are Barbara Lipsky a i u l
Charles Supin and it .vill !)C d i r -
Religious Emphasis Day paue Country Club from 9:00 PM
to 1:00 AM on Friday night, with
music by the Devonalrs. The at-
ecte-.l i>y Mr Norman Hall
uraduate of Adelphi. April 29 By Religious Clubs tendance of over 400 people broke
all attendance records for a closed
freshman dance. Hawaiian food
IIILLIL ELECTIONS TODAY On Wednesday, April 29, the Chaplain of Hillcl, and Mr. Sav- was served at the dance prepared
Council of Religious Clubs will age, faculty advisor to Ncwmai. for everyone by the food com-
official mo*cot Flections for officers of the mittee and souvenirs were given
sponsor the first .• nmi.il Rcllpjous Club will participate in the panel
of Adelphi *s arch spats rival HHlel foundation will .>e held on out by the dance committee.
limphnsls Hay. At II o'clock, Ca- which proves to be very informa-
Monday ni:t! Tuesday, A p r i l 20 ,m«i The class officers have stated
'(Ings Point, shown above non Har'iy [Jells, former chaplain tive.
21 ir- the Rt'li'uous Center from that the objective they had set
I -'o (ill five ii; the afternoon. lostiuJcnts .it Columbia University
after a safe return from one and now headmaster of the choir At :\ o'clock the chaplains of out to fulfill -in holding a big
of tho Yamknapplngs* !ic foa- On Wednesday. April 23. at the Religious organizations on closed dance, to have all the
school of St. John the Dcvfnc will
4 I'M Hillcl .vill present its To.v:i speak, campus will be available to answer members of the class get together
turtd so promlnately In, --ill?-) Mceti,:' for the month of April. questions of anyone who has them
The nice Club will sing two for the last time at the end of a
April 10 ofter a long Illness, Mr. Richa.d Uodtke of ihc EiMlish about any particular fnlth. They wondersul first year, has in their
Department will speak at this chorales from the Saint Mathew
The Mariners arc now looking Passion by Bach and Mr. Rasmus- will be in A 300, 305,310, 311, 312, opinion been accomplished. The
for a replacement. Anyone have son will piny the organ. chairmen of the dance, JUdy
After fl luncheon for the Speaker A tea will he give"n at 4 o'clock Kalish and Gordon Smith would
un old ram lyln-3 nrounJ the, SKNIORS nndthe Councilof ReligiousClubs, in the Religious Center. Mlllelwill like to thank the members of the
house? If so, contact the Make your Appointments for there will be a pnnel in the "R" be the hosts at this affair. Ray class who helped them in organ-
Medical Hxams. Lounge. The subject of this panel Kemp, Chairman of the day, pro- izing the dance and entertaining,
DEL PHI AH office, and we PROMPTLY at 2 o'clock is "Religion as a or a mises that It will be a success and Dave Lane, Shelley Wcingcr,
will arrange to transfer the Required for Graduation Sedative" Winnie Pardo, a repre- urges nil students to attend this, Norman Ostrow, Edna Burnhardt,
new Neptune to the Cadet* Sec: Mrs. Daly in the Medical sentative of the Student Christia^ the first annual religious Emphasis Judy Pappcrt, Jean Armstrong,
Office - 'R' Building. Movement, Rabhi Saul Kraft, Day. Judy Halpern and the clasi officer!.
Midshipmen at !/.lngs Point.
Pog« 2 THE DELPHIAN Tu.iday, April 21, 1953
going officer. Taking over Lee
DELTA PHI GAMMA Cassidy's Job as Secretary will be "H" LOUNGE DANCH
STUDENT NEWS AROUND THE WORLD HOLDS ELECTIONS Sid Freedman. The treasury has
been handed over by Dick Bottjer MAY 8
IRON CURTAIN COUNTRIES It selves were screened, but also This week the officer! of Delta to Joe Schmelzeis the new Trea-
their families. Some 120 students surer, Stuart Gintel and Norman 8-11 PM
uai now become known that an Phi Gamma Fraternity will be in- •*
Inveitlgation Into the "worthiness were placed on a "black list", stalled as a result of the elections Ostrow will remain as senior and
DONATION 150. 250
for itudy" was carried thiough at
Rostock University (East Germany)
in connection with the mass ex-
because they had relatives or other
affiliations in the West, had been
prisoners of war in western countries
held on April 14, 1953, Don Van
Gclder, who is a junior, replaces
graduating John Tormey as presi-
Junior I, F.C. representatives, re-
spectfully. Thes** officers wUi
hold their offices until April 1954. Come one, come all I 4
pulsions taking place then. During or had become consipicuous by dent. Lee Cassidy becomes Vice- This Is the next to last dance of
these, not only the students them- "western clothes". president for which there is no out- Putronlz* Our Advtrtlttr* the year In the H-Lounge.
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You'll teas important as you'd like (o fee/ So Many Benefits to You! ters . . . medical care . . . allowances . . .
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Women in the Services. No other job in nating fields—and there are more than 450 The opportunities are tremendous—the
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tions in our country's defense program —
tronic specialists—so many satisfying jobs. form for Uncle Sam. Share equal pay,
the pride of being among America's first You'll get training beyond the scope of
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regular college courses.
^ ^. you're 18 or over, choose the service best
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Tuesday, April 21, 1953 THE DELPHIAN
MAY DAY SET follow at 8:30 P.M., In the "R" the Queen, Marflyn Rlngen in her
L I. SCIENCE CONGRESS Building. awardi will be Riven for the fiwt,
gown of white, will carry a bou- second and third bestiorority skiu.
ON MAY 2 HERE The nine sororities and Muske- quet of American Beauty Roses,
BRINGS H, S. STUDENTS teers began, and are still conduc- Honorable mention! will also re-
With the job of selecting the Miss Ringcn's attendants will wear ceive recognition at thii time.
ting, secretive work on their skits blue gowns and carry spring flowers Skits will be Judged by a panel of
HERE AP3IL 24-25 May Queen and her Court over, to be presented on that big day.
The May Day Committee, headed The members of the Daisy Chain persons who are not connected
The theme of the skits will be will also wear white and carry the
by Marie DlMarzo, sat down to "This is New York City" In com- with the college and will be Judged
Between GOO nruU : 00 the task of organizing the affair to
on their originality, coitumei and
tlons Have been received from be held on the 2nd of May at memoration of the 300th anniver- The May Day Dance will follow
students In 30 junior and senior 3 P, M., and the dance which will sary of that city. the festivities and will begin at
higlj schools throughout Long Island May being the month of flowers. 8:30 P.M. During the dance the Potronlx* Our Adv«rtlt«rt
for the fourth annual Long Island
Science Congress to he held at
\delphi on April 24 and 2h. &^;-^W ^
The closing date for all entries ' "
was April 1 at midnight, and an
exact count of the entries is not
available at this time, it was an-
nounced by Mr. James Zohi^n of
the Roslyn High School, c h a i r m a n
of the Long Island Congress.
It is expected that there will be
ARE YOU TOUGH ENOUG
x-.^yv^&iV • . .•;-.- , • -
A ,£• '"•i.C* .-'A\ -O
• ^."jifc/ij&tf'xK.v . $£&
300 separate exhibits in the forth-
coming congress and between 150
and liOO demonstration- talks. The
exhibits will be displayed on the
floor of the Adelphi Recreation m
B u i l d i n g and demonstration talks
will take place in the Science
Of the 25 d i f f e r e n t classifica-
tions in which students m.iv enter
their demonstrations and exhibits
early applications indicate that
there will be a strong showing in
biology and ndio, according to
Mr. £ obi an. Indications are at
this time that many 7th and 8th
grade students will be entered in
the various contests w i t h 9th grad-
ers also showing great interest at y iif *>\ *
Cash awards and prizes will be
made to all first and second place
winners, and a f u l l - t u i t i o n schol-
arship to Adelphi College is award-
ed as a grand prize. An all-expense
trip to the New York State Science
Congress later In the spring will be
awarded to the three top demon-
strations. All awards w i l l be nude
/K the awards assembly on A p r i l
2 f i n the Liule T h e a t e r .
If you can make the grade/ the
TO SUMMER SCHOOL U* S. Air Force will award you a
A d c l p h i h a s added a thrve-week
intersession to its n o r m a l six-week commission/ your wings and pay
summer school, it was announced
A p r i l 6 by Mr. K e n n e t h G. Jones,
Adelphi Ifxtension Director.
you over *5/OOO a year!
The session, •.•/'lich lias been pr-
r.ingec 1 to illow students to g.iin
three a d d i t i o n a l semester credits,
will begin June IS and run through
J u l y 3. Sp.'deius w i l l be p e r m i t t e d CAN YOU "take it" 6 days a week? For 52 weeks? Can your opportunities for advancement are unlimited.
10 take one course which w i l l meet you meet the high standards required to be an Avia-
fro:nO ioll:- r >0 on each weekday, • ARE YOU ELIGIBLE?
'"iftei'i: courses are a v . i i l a M e J u r - tion Cadet? If you can — then here's a man-size oppor-
i.:;?,thispre-summer period i n c l r c l - tunity! An opportunity to serve your country and To qualify as an Aviation Cadet, you must have com-
ii:g studies in a n , business ;u!irin- pleted at least two years of college. This is a minimum
istration, econoi.-ics, psychology, build a personal career that will fit you for responsible
speech, m a t h e m a t i c s , music and
positions both in military and commercial aviation. requirement —it's best if you stay in school and gradu-
Over 00 courses w i l l Sc offered ate. In addition, you must be between 19-and 26V4
d u r i n g ihe r e g u l a r s u m m e r session It won't be easy! Training discipline for Aviation years, unmarried, and in good physical condition.
w!:ich begins Inly 7 ami clost-s Cadets is rigid. You'll work hard, study hard, play
August 14, In a d d i t i o n to t!:c of-
ferings in basic academic courses hard —especially for the first few weeks. But when it's YOU CAN CHOOSf BETWEEN
such as chemistry, economics, PILOT OR AIRCRAFT OBSERVER
e d u c a t i o n , Ilnulish ind h i s t o r y , over, you'll be a pro--with a career ahead of you that
there will be -\ n u m b e r of special will take you as far as you want to go. You graduate If you choose to be an Aircraft Observer, your train-
workshops. Tlieso .ire nr^-ni/ed to
(live intensive t r a i n i n g in some as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Air Force, with pay of ing will be in Navigation, Bombardment, Radar
professional field such as the thea-
tre, a r t , child development and $5,300.00 a year. And this is only the beginning — Operation or Aircraft Performance Engineering.
teacher e d u c a t i o n .
I'ndorgradii itc siuilen's may t-ike
• c r e d i t hours '^f work i;; the six-
\vcek session, v/hile g r a d u a t e s t u -
dents iray carry 9 credit hours.
New Aviation Cadet Training Classes Begin Every Few Weeks!
The session w i l l consist of four
periods of 75 m i n u t e s each d.iy, HERE'S WHAT TO DO:
Monday through l : riday.
A spec hi program w i l l a l l o w I, Take a transcript of your college credits and a copy 3. Next, you will be given a written and manual apti-
stu-ents ro complete t l i e i r second of your birth certificate to your nearest Air Force tude test.
year's study in Spanish, Pro rich or
German between J u l y 7 and August Base or Recruiting Station. Fill out the application
4. If you pass your physical and other tests, you will
14. they give you.
A full program of education he scheduled for an Aviation Cadet Training Class.
courses both on the g r a d u a t e and 2, If application is accepted, the Air Force w i l l arrange The Selective Service Act allows you a four-month
under-gra-Jir.tc l e v e l IMS been or- for you to take u physical examination. deferment while waiting class assignment.
i;rnixed. It includes an Intensive
teacher program to meet tfic short-
age of e l e m e n t a r y teachers and a
workshop in child development.
Details of this summer program tO get ftlOre ; Visit your nearest Air Force Base or Air Force Recruiting Officer.
will be announced w i t h i n two
weeks. OR WRITE TO: AVIATION CADET H E A D Q U A R T E R S , U. S. AIR FORCE, WASHINGTON 25, D. C.
BIO CLU3 ELECTIONS
Attention all Biology Club
members am! Bio majors? Elections
of the Bio Club arc being held in
the Bio office ending Wednesday
April 22. The list of nominees is
In the Bloloay office and all Club
members and Bio majors arc eligi-
ble to vote.
THE DELPHIAN Tuesday, April 21, 1953
TIE BELNIIM letters to
Published once eveiy week during rfu c
•ludcnti of 4de1phi £ollefe, Gafden City, r.
r by ifec
the *im of chit neviptper i* threefold; to voice Ac opinion ot etch STUDENT APATHY
Adelphi inidem ar.d of che atitknc body M • vhole, to provide an Dear Editor:
On Wednesday, April 15, a for-
accurate report of •chool Activities, and to prove chat THE TRUTH mal installation chapel was held,
SI TALL MAKE US FREE _
the purpose of which was to install
the newly elected officers of S.A.
ColumniftJ are not mere be ft of the «mff and their opirUoru do not
reflect riiote of die Editorial Board. and the classes. It was an Impres-
sive and dignified ceremony and
MIMIER one which, in theory at any rate,
CtlUfltr« Praia Prsss should have created some interest.
Butwhatwas the result? The usual,
and in this case even worse. The
GEORGE H. DOWNb tremendous total of 85 persons at-
Editor-in-Chief tended this important function and
VINCENT J. SOLMO
that includes several members of
GEORGE CUTSOGEORGE the faculty. Imagine, 4% of the DEAR, SIR.,
Managing Editor Business Manager student body troubled themselves
to see their representatives install-
ed. What an abominable situationl
YOU OWE A *5.00 PARKING
Charlotte Mann News E-'itor
The students wish to have freedom
of expression, have self-govern-
FINE. IF YOU FAIL TO
Asst Feature Editor
ment and voice their opinions as to
how the government should be run,
but how can such responsibility he
PAY IT, YOU WILL NOT
Phil Fiiher ,Asst Sports Editor given when they are not responsi-
ble enough to attend the installa-
GET YOUH CLASS CARD5.
BUSINESS STAFF tion of the very people who are to
voice their opinions? The incon- SINCERELY
Ed Coblenz Accounts Manager gruous part is that the people who
Assst Accounts Manage do the most griping are the very
Advertising Manager one's who do not vote or partici-
Jo Chaiu Exchange Editor pate in their student gov't or class
activities. These persons have on April 24th. Her poetry selec- Pianist for the first part of the re-
NEWS STAFF Ronald Regan, Roberta Schiff. Lenor; absolutely no right to criticize or tion is "Old Doc Higglns" by Leo- cital the Preludes and Fugues in G
Lynch, Mm Jacobson, Dorothy Roth. ridicule any actions the &. A. or nore Speyer, The theme of the Minor and C Sharp from the Well
classgovt's may take. '' his attitude Inter-collegiate Poetry Festival is Tempered Clavier, Vol I by Bach
SPORTS STAFF Morty Diamond Norman Ostrow isn't apathy, it's jutt a "I don't "Americana". and followed these with a Sonata,
give a damn" attitude, Both winners may be heard on Opus 109 by Beethoven.
FEATURE STAFF, Ann Cuff, Bob Bonoff Robert Holgerson campus, April 22nd, at 11: A . M . ,
in the Little Theatre, at a Speech Following a short intermission
PHOTOGRAPHER Carl William
majors' meeting, Miss Klooster presented Chopin's
Dr. Snyder Speaks
CARTOONISTS Dick Boyle, Bill Lober Lorol Klooster, Pianist, Impromtu, Opus 36 and his Etude,
At Education Conference Opus 25, No. 12. 'Oils was fol-
Heard By Music Group lowed by Reflets dans 1'eau and
More than 1500 people con-
cerned with children attended the On Monday evening April 20th Feux d ' a r t i f i c e by Debussy.
I N T O A t!EW ERA 1953 St udy Conference of the As- the Music Department presented a
sociation for Childhood Education program in the Lounge of the Re- Miss Klooster concluded with
Installation Chapel last Wednesday marked the beginning of a new International In Denver, Colorado- creation Building, Carol Klooster, Poems of the Sea Ky Bloch.
year for the Student Association. The new Student Council officers were April 5-10. Forty-six states in this
installed, and a new staff took over operation of this newspaper. We country were represented and 8
hope to bring you a newspaper that you, as students of Adelphi, can be other countries. A IRC PLANS TOURS
proud of. There were plenty of good ideas floating around at the first "Strengths and Resources for
meeting of the new staff last Thursday, and we hope to put most of Guiding Children" was the general
them into operation during the coming year. But we have one small theme for the Conference. The
problem facing us during the coming year. Our present staff is limited. forty-three study and laboratory
In order to put our plans into operation, we need your help. We need groups were in four sections: Using
more staff members—news, feature, sports, advertising, circulation, What We Know A b o u t Human De-
photographers, cartoonists, typists, or whatever your talents may be. velopment In Working with Child-
You can also help us bybringingin all the news you have. Club news ren, Thoughtful Classroom Exper-
or news about individual students, faculty or alumni will always be wel imentation—A Way of Deepening
come in this office. We hope that with your cooperation we can make Understanding of How Children
the DELPHIAN climb to the top of College journalism In this area. Learn, H u m a n Relations in the
One final word in this, our first editorial in a new administration. We Education of the Child, and Lab-
feel that an editorial every week, simply for the purpose of filling up oratory Groups in Art, Music and
space, is rather a waste of time. Perhaps this stems from an innate lazi- Science, At the last session of the
ness in our character, but we feel strongly that there is no need for an Conference the work was summar-
editorial unless there is some current issue about which we can take a ized in a panel discuwlon.
decided stand one way or the other. Since these issues don't seem to Addresses were made by Agnes
crop up every week, we expect to fill this space with more news about Snyder, Adelphi College, New
you and your school rather than to tax our "creative talents" each week York; James Hymes, j r . ( George
to create an editorial about something —or nothing. Peabody College for Teachers
Nashville, Tenn., Helen Heffer-
nan, Dept. of Education California
and Elizabeth Gray Vining, author
BOOKSTORE HOLDS SALE and former tutor of the Crown
Prince of Japan, "The World and
K e n n e t h E , Oberholtzer, Super-
intendent of Schools, Denver, and
William Ross, President, College
of Education, Greeley, discussed
the educational progress and cul- 7952 Tttur Mi>tnln>r* nl V-f/O
tural background of Colorado. Once again the A IXC w i l l concJu t its Huropean S t u d y Tour which is
The Functional Display of some open to all college s t u d e n t - w i t h an interest in i n t . • r n . i u o n a l r e l j t i m s .
of the many materials and books The Tour is a planned tour w i r i i seminars sche '-ilcd for S h e f f i c l !, Lon-
tested and approved In ACHI test don. Paris and Geneva, hut all >ws a m p l e free time for i n d i v i d u I or
centers for use with children was group sight setiriR and independent t r a v e l .
very popular. At the close of the
Conference these materials, used On June 9 a group of 25 stuJems, together w i t h the Tour M.mn;er,
will sail lor Europe from Que! ?c. A r r i v i n g JU:K? 19 it w i l l sp.-tr: ap-
by registrants during the week, proximately a month In Britain v*hich w i l l be J, vote ' to u n d e r s t a n d i n g
were given to child welfare institu- B r i t a i n -- its policies, history, political problems and social system.
tions selected by local groups in In aJditlon to the scheduled seminar* in S h e f f i e l d and London, side
the Denver area. trips are planned to Stratfoid-on- -\von. ^ in sor Castle, Oxford an - the
Branch and state forums, special Houses of P a r l i a m e n t . One week-end w i l l be spent w i t h British and
meetings, and business sessions C o n t i n e n t a l stud -tits and t h - r e will be one week of free t i m e to satisfy
were held to meet special needs of s m a l l >;-oup interests.
those with questions on organization The group w i l l proceed to Paris during the second week of July for a
matters. The Plan of Action of seminar on Europe i n - A m e r i c a n relations, visits to Vcrsall'cs and
the Association for 1953-1955 was Rheims, plus a week-end with French students. In Geneva, tour mem-
adopted. bers will a t t e n d a seminar conducted by the Worl-.! Fedcntlon of United
The 1954 Study Conference will Nations Associations fr nn J u l y 28 to Aggust 5,at the Palace of Nations.
In a move to better acquaint the student bo-!y with the advantages of be held the week of April 18-24 in The United Nations Economic and Social Council will be meeting at
dealing with the College Bookstore, April 15-24 h :s been designated St. Paul, Minnesota, the same t*me and m a n y of the discussions will be led by members of
as Campus Bookstore Week. Featured is a Spring S-ile which will occur
annually in the future. the Council. The group will also attend meetings of the Council.
Jta 3edroslan Represents The remainder of August is spent in free t i m e t r a v e l . I t a l y , Ger-
With the idea of having student partlcipatl >n in presentation of the
sale, Mrs. Mc*Au!tffe and th.* Bookstore staff turned over the promotion Adelphi at Poetry Festival m ny, Scandinavia, B e l g i u m , the Netherlands and Yugoslavia arc th •
of the event to Mr. Hunt's Retail Advertising class. Committees were At the final try-outj on April I, favorite uestinations. The group sails for home e a r l y in September,
forme i under the jirectlon of a student coordinator to handle the various for the Intercollegiate Poetry Fes- an-! will arrive in Quebec on September 12.
types of advertising media available. These indludcdposters, handbills, tival, Llta Bedroiian, wai selected A non-profit tour, the basic cost is a p p r o x i m a t e l y $550 which in-
radio, displays, and newspaper. A great deal of student interest was to represent Adelphi. Mary Role cludes trans A t l a n t i c passage, the seminars and livin" expenses during
aroused by the use of a "gimmick" phrase, "What's Behind This", the McCryital U the alternate repre- the seminars. Free time expenses arc not include In this amount. For
meaning of which was revealed when the sale began. Asa special sentative. further information and applicati >ns blanks write:
attraction, the Bookstore isglvinga free record featwingthe Adelphi Mill Bcdroslan will appear at A IRC Tour Manager, Lois Herman
Glee Clu with each purchase of $3.60 of sale merchandise. The record the Orange County Community 406 West 1 7th Street
is a $2. <<0 value and is being received with great enthusiasm, College in Mlddletown, New York, New York, 27, New York
ut*doy, April 21, 1953 THE DELPHIAN PogtS
Arts Club Sponsors Showing of
28 Works from American Exhibition
Tweiuy-eiRht paintings selected
from the 60th Annual American
Exhibition of Paintings held at the
Art Institute of Chicago, consti-
tute the exhibition on display in
the halls of the Art Building through
May 6. It is on a national circuit
under auspices of the American
Federation of Art.
Experts spent more than a year
and a half studying contemporary
American art throughout the coun-
try. Their aim was "not to present
another cross section so much as to
gather a group of works which re-
flect contemporary vitality and
suggest dominant trends". Further-
more, all choices were unanimous.
If there was one dissenting vote,
the work was eliminated.
There is no doubt that the artists
are known throughout the United
States. and in some instances,
E0WARD GOAI/LUUN, past president ot the fine Arts Club
Herbert Katzman's painting
"Views of Prague" received one and program chairman for the Art Forum held last Saturday,
of the top prizes in the Institute's studies an oil painting by Gardener Cox called 'Maine Study'
60th Annual Exhibition - The which won the Norman WoJ Harris Bronze Medal and Prize
Walter M. C rnpana Memor-
ial Prize of 81. 000 awarded as a in the American Exhibition.
purchase prize, thus adding the
work to the Institute's permanent
Dance Workshop Gives Show
The Floral Mayer Witkowsky
ROMANO, SPEECH MAJOR, looks over 'Drying Codfish Prize for an oil painting by an At East Hampton School
In Brittany', a study by Leonid featured in tho 60th Annual American artist went to Seong The Adelphi College Dance Bruce King and Danced by Cynthia
Workshop presented a program for Brockman, Audrey Clapp, Mercia
American Exhibition on tour from the Chicago Art Institute. 28 Moy for his "Classical Bride". the East Hampton High School on Crandell, and Naomi Kaufman.
Gardner Cox's "Maine Study", re
paintings from the exhibit are being shown here through May 6 ceived the Norman Wait Harris April 2 at East Hampton, The Those taking part in it will be
members participating were Cyn- Mayam choreographed by Naomi
bronze medal and prize. Harry thia Brockman, Audrey Clapp, Kaufman. Those taking part in it
Broroy was awarded the Bertha MerciaCrandell and Naomi Kauf- will be Cynthia Brockman, Audrey
CHILD ARTISTS AT WORK Aherle Florsheim Memorial Prize
for his "Ritchie Court".
man, The program was directed by Clapp, Mercia Crandell and Naomi
Janet Goeb and Bruce King. Kaufman. On May 12 at 8:30 a a
This traveling exhibition has a A Dance Club field trip was en- spring dance recitalii planned, at
wide ranjie. from non-objective Joyed on April 14. Members at- the Little Theatre. Tentatively
to conservative. Marvin Cone's tended the opening of the Ameri- listed is a program for Bay Shore
"Three Doorways" painted with can Dance Scries at The Alvin High School for May 21 at 11 A.M.
detailed naturalism, has a marked Theatre in New York City. The
decorative effect in the contrasts latter was sponsored by the Rotrw-
At the realgar meeting of the
child I oundation for Arts and Sci- DanceCluBon April 20 Miss Grace
between light and dark areas. Stamstreet of the Adelphi College
There is also, in this outwardly ences,
Children's theatre will present a
realistic painting, a subtle sinister A Dance program by Dance ma- workshop in combination of dance
suggestion. jors for students of the Art 7 class and poetry.
Robert Motherwell, one of con- and guests will be held on campus
temporary American painting's in The Little Theatre on April 27
outstanding intellectuals, calls at 11:00 A.M.
"Room 8, Hotel Flora", a "c.ipri- Among the plans for May is the
ccio", meaning free form. He May Day program scheduled for Dorothy Gray
conveys the reality of a hoiel Sat. the second. The Dance Work-
corridor with the key or door knob shop will present two dances, one Liptticki
and the numeral in the opaque a Country dance choreographed by
2 for $1.00
"Jass panel. The capricious color
is strongly supported by dark vert- ATTENTION. '56-'57 "9« $1.00 Each
ical areas. NASSAU BLVD. WKBLANS
Karl KiKiths in recent years has There Is a class meeting of
been applying to more naturalistic both the classes of I960 and 1957 Center Cemkrld* Av.
forms the lessons he learned from at 11:00 in S-108. The formation
the cubism. George L.K.Morris, of the Sophomore Council and the
an eminent abstractionist, has for coming May Engagement will be JOIN TNI FUN
more than a year been experi- discussed. AT
menting with the effects of three-
dimensional space and receding
pla nes on checker designs of which
his "Recessional" is an excellent Mttt Me At The
example. Superimposed on the
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These are only a minority of
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whose works are included in the FOOD end LIQUOR Dtoont * ptrt of tht bttlthr
traveling exhibition from the Art AT ITS BEST •port of Vowllni
Institute's 60th Annual of American
painllir1.. It is being sponsored by 250 MILL R O A D
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://or w/f/j f/io Acivlphl Children's Theatre staff, watches a class * NATIONAL BLOOD PROGRAM * TERM COMMENCES SEPTEMBER 28th, 1953
io some original art work of one of the regular Saturday classes Early Inquiry and Enrollment Ac/vi'sob/e
if t!# Theatre Workshop program* At A P'JUIC rftr** V««ri •? S*tUf«<t«ry Co/Uf • w«rfc r»fulr«W tor ctrfmiftWon.
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Pogt 6 THE DELPHIAN Tues.-fay, April 21, 19 >
Panthers, LIU Tie 6-6 SOFT3ALL INTERMURAL
ROSTERS DUE FRIDAY Golfers Open Season
Claude RuwUan, the director of
the Adelphl i n t e r - m u r a l program
has announced the plans for the
With Manhattan College
cominrcinter-mural soft hall season. Coach Bill Altenberji's golf team in has shown that Dave Roethuen
Park tcss /on out over Adelphi The boxscore; took to the links for the first time and Dick Jacobsen can, on a fairly
The tournament w i l l he run by the
,r.Ki LO..R Island University last Adtlphf («>
AH R H
AR R H Men's A A.committee headed by yesterday and played M a n h a t t a n warm d a y , brlua their scores down
veek as the teams battled to a dnffey.lf Cordt's.cf 5 2 t Do!) Eltel. AD rosters must he College at the Winded Foot Coun- to 75-80. The rest of the team has
G-0 tie in Knickerbocker Baseball Tcrsl.w 2;l"Kollzxl.2b 4 2 3
Tortorlcl.rf 3 1 1 handed into Mr. Russian's office try Club at Mamaroneck, Ne.v been shooting between 85-90. Two
Co-iference game that was called Sn rulers, ib
1 Kcmmnt|«.rf 5
0 2 by this Friday. Each roster must York. The team that was a n - previous matches have been rained
after ten innings. Mle!c.3b 2iSclnfnnl.c 3 0 contain ten names and these ten nounced t o s t a r t was Dave Roethueu, out and yesterday's match was the
Three times the games was tied OUotte.2b Mnlfn.ab 0
fiwker.cf Bono. If 1 I people must be present at the Dick Jacobsen, Don Salvatore. first one for the team.
with the LIU blackbirds'comiim Wulpern.p Dnllun.p 0 0 Bil Siasco, Jack G l y n n and John
2 0 I Plnlo.p 0 0 names. The flames w i l l he played
from behind all the time. In the M*JHctto.p 1 0 0 between the hours of four and six Miele. This s t a r t i n g team was RET AIL SCREENING THURS,
bottom of the ninth Adelphi put Totals 42 6 14i Totals 39 6 8 and the tournament w i l l be con- picked from a list of ten team All retailing majors who have
on a last ditch effort but it fell XIU
for Torsi in 8lh.
102 COO 021 0-6 8 ducted on a double-elimination members which included P"te completed their sophomore year
short. John Becker came up with Adolphl 200 120 010 0-6 14 basis. The schedule w i l l be posted LaSota, Gene Monni. Phil Fischer, are toreaister with Miss Levermore
men on first and third w i t h two E — Mtelc 2. Ollfte. Becker. Klore- Norman H a n k o f f .
*AW, Malta. 2B—Fcrgoii/zl. 3B-Wul- three days after the rosters are for an interview with the Retail
away out he filed out to center- ern. HR—Miele. SO -OnI ton 2. Wulpcrn
g, PU;to 3. Mlllelle 2. DB — Dalton 3, ttiven in. The tournament was The weather has interfered with Screening Committee. Interviews
field. Pinto 4. Wulpern 3. HO—Dalton JO In • won last year by the Omicron Pi about 50% of the teams practice w i l l be held on Thursday, Ap;il
George Wulpern, who went nine Innlnftfi; PWo 4 in b. Wulpcin 8 to 9. sessions. The little p i a c t i c c uotten
U—Dawoa *nd Lftirns. fraternity. 23, at 9:00 A . M .
innings for the Panthers pitched
quite a strong game. All game
longhisslow curves and low pitches
were giving theBlackbirds an a w f u l
lot of trouble. With a little help
from his fielders George would
have come out of the game a
winner and would have onlygiven
up three runs. In the sixth inning
Wulpern clouted a triple (one of
his two hits) but was left stranded
at third while Mike Claffey and
Justin Tersi went down in order.
In the fifth inning with the
score tied up, John Miele beltad
a 325 ft. home run to left-center
field with Sandy Sanders aboard,
in a sense making up for his two
This was the second of two hits
for him too.
Jack Dalton started for LIU and
pitched for six innings. He was
pretty freely belted. Mike Pinto
came on in the sixth for the Black-
birds. Bert Millette pitched the
final inning for the Panthers after
relieving George Wulpern. George
gave up eight hits, struck out six 4
and walked three in 9 innings.
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Tuesday, April 21, 1953 THE DELPHIAN
Panthers Tie Columbia 5-5
To use a cliche, another feather
For Second Deadlock In Row
was put in the cap of Adelphi track Adelphi played id wcond
coach Dernle Mayer last Saturday. straight tie of the baseball season
For the second consecutive year, lait laturday when it tied Colum-
one of his proteges won top honors bia University 5-5 on the Lion's
in the 16 Ib. shot- put event of the rain-soaked, Morningside Heights
Seton Hall Relays Paul Fulton, field.
with a heave of 48 feet 2 inches, Columbia led 5-2 going Into the
followed Panther alumnas Joe Mar- sixth and last Inning but Vlnney
tini to the Eastern Collegiate title. Tottoricl singled to start the In-
Paul achieved his winning toss on ning but Vinny Tottorict singled
his last throw on the finals, which to start the inning off and Sandy
he entered in third place. He beat Sanders followed with a walk,
Manhattan's John Pavalchek by a Dick Wilkens then came up with
half-inch and Olympian Marty a big single scoring Totorfco. A
Engel of NYU by another half- passed ball and a walk to John
inch. Mlele loaded up the bases saw
The former Hackemack High Columbia bring on its ace pitcher
Bernle Mayer has another pro* athlete into his own in this, his Larry Contilloto relieve. The first
tege to be proud of* In the Seton senior year of college competition. thing Contillo did was walk Char-
Hall Relays, which were held
Aside from his exploits on the Pan- lie Colette to force in Saunders
ther gridiron and his various track from third. He then retired the
last Saturday, Adelphl's Paul titles In small college circles, this next two batters but little Mike
Fulton became the Eastern Col- is Paul's first major victory. Under Claffy worked himself a pass for-
Mayer's guidance for 4 years, the John Miele, Adelphl's hard hitting third baseman, Is tagged out cing in Wilkens to tie up the score.
legiate shot-put champion by husky Fulton has now cashed In on The Panther rally was ended a
In an attempt to steal home. This valiant effort to win the game
throwing the Iron ball 48 feet, perhaps the best shot-put coaching moment later when Mlele tried to
2 Inches. in the country. for the Parlhers ended the sixth Inning rally. steal home and was called out on
In other events on the program, very close play.
the Panthers did not show as well Adelphi now has a 1-2-2 record
NOTICE as in the shot. The two Brown and Sticlcmen Down Lafayette, 11-1, for the young baseball season.
All teams wishing to compete Gold entries in the 100 yard dash, the boxscore..
in the softball intramurals must
submit their roster to t Mr. Claude
Jim Conaway and Marv Bloom,
scored second and fourth respect-
Go On Scorin Spree Ryan. 3b
r. h I
1 liClifff. If
»b. r. n
3 0 0
Ruggianof the Men's Athletic De- ively. Art Bragg of Morgan State U u i t m r . 2b 2 2 Tom. r t , 2 0 0
The Adelphi Lacrosse team won Lafayettds 'Bill Wigginston who Reich c 0 >|Botwhilk. r f 1 0 0
partment by Friday, April 24, at won, while Fred Hazenkamp of thelrsecondstralghtgame by beat- scored the lone tally two minutes Pnllndmo. It
QiAiclold. r f
the latest. No rosters will be ac- Montclair got third. ing the hopeless Lafayette team before the close of the first half. Stttibart. It) 0 j:Stun<!fr». *t> 1 1 1
cepted after that date. The first mile relay composed of PfiCO IS 0 OlWIIkrni, c 9 1 1
11-1. Despite the lack of bench The Panther's agil goalie did not Nitnrtly. c! 0 O'Mlclc. 3 b 0 1 0
The competition, which is open John Terranova, Al Boyce, Mort strength, the old regulars put in let another ball enter the cage all Rohnn. p
0" Becker, u
to all male students, will be com- Diamond and Conaway got fourth their all as usual and made it fairly through the second half. |^lil!elte. p 3 0^0
posed of two leagues, one indep- in the Eastern Championship be- easy for Panther goalie Terry Mc- As usual the m i n i m u m of sub- rouu 25 5 7| TDUli
endent .ind the other fraternity. It hind three of the top teams in the Donald who made only seven saves stitutes were used until Coach Addphl 000 023—5
will be run on a double elimina- country, Manhattan College, Mor- in the entire game. The fine de- Claude Ruggian was confident that ColumbU • 300 020—0
tion basis. gan State and Seton Hall. fensive job by Dom Saverese, who the game was secure in the hands (Cnricd end o! fllh—Rain) •
. Krror—Decker. Runs baited In—Devlin 3,
Last year's winners, Omicron Pi Another Panther relay of Jim has just been crossed of the dis- of the Adelphi team. Lennie Rapp Reich. Saltibajr CUfTy 2. Wllklnj, Collrttt,
Two bnst hits—Sftjubtrt. Rflch. Double
Fraternity will be out to defend Nelson, Marv Bloom, Bob Jacobs abled list, Alex Cotsalas, Herb became the team's high scorer by p:ays-*NHArdy to Ryan to GuMtaf. Struck
out—Dy Rohan 4. oCmlllo 1. MIllMte 4. saw
their t i t l e . All students ar<° urged and Joe Crews, found tough going Anderson, Jack Lawrence and sur- contributing four goals to the total. on balls—Off RoJian 7. Contlllo 7. Mlllette 3.
to participate. behind a crack St. John's team and Hits—Off Rohn 3 la 6 innJnji. Umpirw—
prise starter Stuart Gintel almost Fran McCall was the first Panther Dvorak and
finished out of the money. gave Terry McDonald a shut out. to find the nets with a short shot
The perfect game was spoiled by which completely fooled the La-
fayette goalie Tom Hardstock,
who suffered from lack of exper-
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Thtx Gtt Results. Dave Gold ience. One minute later at 4:33
Tom Akeson took a long shot which Next Slop For
SOPHOMORES! the goalie did not see and the Pan-
thers went on to score five goals Cinder men
New Captain in the first period and win their
second game in as many starts.
FRESHMEN! The last time an Adelphi ath-
Classified For Mermen Besides Lennle Rapp and Tom
Akeson, -who scored two goals,
Don Kohart scored two and Dill
letic team visited Philadelphia
was when the mile relay traveled
to the Philly Inquirer Games this
HELP WANTED D.ivid StiM.r 5)Id has been P i n c h u k , and Norm Gates each past winter and came home with
elected captain of the Swimming t a l l i e d once. first place medals. This weekend
Can you write? Earn $1000 THIS SUMMER Team and will take over f r j m this LINE UP;
year's co-captains, lack Tatum,
Coach Mayer again takes his boys
to the City of Brotherly Love, for
Investigate this opportunity for a n d B o n C a z a z z a , next September. Adelphi Lafayette the annual Penn Relays.
summer employment with a Mar- Dave attended John Adams High In this year's track classic, a
// you can, we need you. shall Field owned organization. School in Queens where 'ie vva< . McDonald Goalie Hardstock new event will be tried by an
•Many college men and women varsity swimmer for three years. Cotsalas Defense Thomas Adelphi athlete. Senior Mort
Work for your paper. .V*«-.s, have found this a profitable and Savarese
In his senior year, Gold was Montague Diamond, will put together his
Feature, or Sports staff openings pleasant occupation working in or elect,-d to the post of capr.i'n and Gintel Lupton hurdling and running abilities in
near their home towns. Complete helped lead his team to a success * D. Kohart Midfield Moss
'ailable in plenty. training given. Write for full part- the 400-meter hurdles. Run over
ful season. The amia'M': Mr. Gold McCall A " Weisonhorn ten 3-foot barriers, the event
iculars today to College Placement is a sophomore who also played Akeson Zipt
Office, Box 3585. Chicago, 54, 111. requires both speed and stamina
water pol • last year at Adelphi. Dennis and is often considered the most
Dave is J member of Delta Phi Kohart Attack Wool ford grueling event in track. Mort will
ADULPHI G R A D U A T E WOULD G i m m a fraternity and is a well- Catcs Black ilso run on a mile relay thai-will
like an Adelphi girl to help care known figure on campus. f-K- has Rapp Solomon enter the American Championship
Can you type? for two children, ages 6 and 3,
d u r f n g s u m r n e r . Own room, lovely,
high hopes for the coming season
and will also compete In the 50 Substitutes: Adelphi- Michelli, Pin-
CLiss B, with Al Boyce, John
new ranch house near Adelphi. Tcrranova and Jim Conaway.
and 100 yar I medley and relay to chclli, Pincliuk, Tatom, Reldel; Jim Conaway, after placing
LY 3-P384. help the Mermen to another suc- L a f a y e t t e - l i a w k , Greenholz, Plu- second in the Seton Hall Relays
// you can, we need you. Work cessful season. The team will be mmet, Preapi, Parker, F.illon,
nne afternoon a week for your WANTED .youngand inexperienced next sea- WigRinton.
t> after* RADIO WORKSHOP DESIRES A son but Dave lias great expect-
donation of an upright piano, ations for the swimmers he w i l l
either new or used, for the broad- lead. Gold will probably "shine"
casting station, WARS. We will in the evert she participates in and
send our own movers. Please tele- keep the spirit high among the
phone VI 9-P411. men.
Ir'syeasier to fix brakes
Cartoonists! than children
plenty of staff positions open
lor all kinds of specialties*
- Remember, ad students, a
Thai llHlv girl will never ridr o bicycle attain. A cnr
\i ewspaper needs adve rtis ing with defective brnkcs hit her ns she wns crossing the
/to survive. Commission on all street near school Keep your cnr in snfe condition
new ads! nnd drive with e x t r a core in n school zone. Slow up —
and Rive the youngsters n dinner to grow up.
Drop in at the Delphian office Be Careful—the child you save may be your own! Four year veteran, Lennle Rapp (light shirt) steals the boll
today, l find your spot on Sponiorrd in Ih* lntvr«il of child tofery by
awoyfrom Lafayette's JIm.Lupton In last Friday's 1M Panther
THE DELPHIAN victory*
Tuesday, April 2], 195
imately four weeks to complete, school should be intereited in
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IOTA ALPHA PI PERFORM SURVEY deadline for handing in applica-
their plans for the future. tion! is May 1.
Iota Alpha Pi sorority will be Last Wednesday a group of Wally Remsen and Betty Gcrar-
the sponsor of the annual "D" twenty students, under the direc- din, the Co-Presidents of S , A , ELECTION RESULTS DUE
Day, to be held this Friday, April tion of Dr. M.E. Bloss, went to CHI SIGMA ELECTIONS have announced that applications
for committee work are available All clubs on campua muit have
24th. To the uninitiated, the "D r " Westbury to launch a survey that HELD LAST WEDNESDAY
in the S. A. office. The Student the results of their elections in the
in M D" Day stands for the daffodil will be conducted under the joint
Committee* are All College Ball, S.A, office by Friday, May 1.
which will be sold by the girls in auspices of the Adelphi Sociology
the sorority. The results of the Elections of All College Night, Bulletin Boards,
Department and the Westbury Chi Slwma f r a t e r n i t y , held on H Lounge, Mail Box and May Day.
This year the money collected League of Women Voters. The Wednesday, April 15, have been RFTAIL SCRPENIN3 THURS.
will go to the Associated Cardiac There arc three Student Faculty All rei.iilin.! majors w}lo h a v e
students, all sociology majors, announced The new president is Committees also available. These
League of New York. This organ- are doing the survey in connec- Ed Robinson, replacing Len Rapp. completed their sophomore year
ization has a non-sectarian camp are regular Faculty committees to are to register w i t h Miss Levcrmoro
tion with two of the sociology The Vice-President is John Di which student delegates are appoin- for an i n t e r v i e w w i t h the R e t a i l
"SproutLake Camp", in Verbank courses offered this semester- Geonuo, who is replacing Bill
N . Y . , to whichchildren with ted. They consist of the Student Scrcennt". Committee. Interviews
Social Research and The Com- DeWiu. Charles Montouri has Activities Committee, the Corr- w i l l oe held on Thu.iday, A p r i l
cardiac conditions, from low in munity. The Social Research been elected as recording secre-
come families, are invited. There mltteeon Instruction and the Cha- 23. ni 9:00 A . M .
group, under Or, Bloss, started pel Committee. Anybody who is
are two sessions, one in July and the survey last February t and some t a r y , replacluu Art Ruhle. Dave interested in w rking for student
one in August, each of which of the students from The Com- Root is the new treasurer, succeed- government and who wants to get
gives between seventy-five and m u n i t y volunteered to help. ing M a t t Fasolino. Correspondinu
a start in oecomirirt active in
one hundred children a chance to The survey will take approx- Secretary Is Charles Schrimpf. OUR ADVERTISERS
participate in normal activities
with other children, under the su-
pervision of trained personnel.
The money collected this week
will go towards the upkeep of the
camp, which has a spacious cam-
pus, equipped with all the nee-
essaryequipment. It is a wonder-
ful experience for these children
an experience that they may
never have again.
( c o n t i n u e d f r o m page 7)
100 yard dash will again try that
event at Penn. He will also t e a m
up with Marv Bloom, Terranova
and either Diamond or Bob Jacobs
in the Amer. Champ. 800 yard
After his triumph in last week-
end's Setonii meet, Paul Fulton
is out to gain more honors in the
shot-put. In iddltion to that event,
there will be the discus throw for
Paul to flex his muscles.
The athletes will stay at the
Sylvania Hotel for the F r i d a y -
Saturday Meet. Alumnus Bob Alex-
ander and wife Ann are expected
to chaperone the team.
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