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POST SCRIPT March 2, 1951 KDITORIAI. STAFF Editor-In-Chief Ruth Weston Managing Editor Joseph MacDonald Assistant Editor Richard Koeritz SportH Editors Richard Gardner Henry Krebs Literary Editors Alan Pierce — Can Opener Norman Hegelein — Ricochets Reporters Donald Clukies Robert Pick Frank Demetrowitz Roger Weston John C. Jones Business Manager Arthur Lebow Advertising Manager Joseph Corcuera Cireulation Manager Martin Maloney Staff Photographer Robert Incas Faculty Advisors Mr. John Huntley Mr. Raymond Valenti Published by the students of Paul Smith’s College, Paul Smiths, New York Member of Intercollegiate Press. E D I T O R I A L The Student Council is the gov­ erning body of the school for all student activities and student prob­ lems. In two months, it will be time to elect new officers for next year. The system of nominating has been changed this year. In pre­ vious years candidates for each of­ fice were selected from the three schools and usually all candidates of one school were elected. This new system consists of electing anyone you desire; not necessarily from your department. We should take great considera­ tion in choosing persons who are capable of being the leaders of the governing body. Don’t nominate a person because he is your best friend, but think of his ability for leadership, his forcefulness, the amount of time he can devote to his office and his integrity. If you start now, you have plenty of time to think over and analyze the fellow classmates that you want to represent you. THE CAN OPENER PINE PIXIE Don’t forget to bring your queen To the great big Carnival Ball You’re sure to have a wonderful time As there’s plenty of fun for all. The Resort Department acquired a new Head this week. A personal interview with Mr. Basile will ap­ pear in this issue so we will say no more about him now. Be sure and read this interesting account of the life of a typical, successful hotel man. Life! As seen through the “Can­ did Knothole’* . . . with the advent of meals served by the elementary foods classes in the Hotel, more and more students seem to be eating in the cafeteria . . . stolen from some cheap magazine —“her souffles were fine but oh! how he boiled when she barbecued his spare rib!” . . . we hear the advanced foods class did a great job of \cooking” Thursday afternoon . . . how about it, Gardner? . . . \Famous Last Words” — McCaffrey “Miss Craw­ ford, how much pepper do you think this soup needs?” . . . Miss Craw­ ford “Oh, I don’t know. Use your judgement” . . . Here are a few excuses for par ties this month — March 3rd is the anniversary of the enactment of the Child Labor Law. (This is a party?) On March 16th last year Ned O’Connell bought a pack of cigarettes. (This is an occasion, believe me!) March 30th is the an niversary of the installation of the telephone in Dorm I - (Nuff Said). The boys in Harriman House have discovered a new remedy for colds and plan to suggest that it be used exclusively in the fight against the present flu epidemic. They call it “Park and Tilford Tri­ ple XXX” or “Fun in Bed”. That’s all the printable material for now. Gang. Watch in the next issue for Oliver L. Pimiento’s prize- winning recipe for his favorite at ternoon pick-me-up. He calls it “Five O’Clock Hiccup”. See ’ya all at the Winter Carni­ val. WINTER CARNIVAL (Continued from page 1) ate the King and Queen of the carnival. This is to be followed by the “Ski Jump” — an informal sock dance being held in the gym. The decorations will carry out the theme of the 4 ski events, placing emphasis on the jumping events which are to be held on Sunday af­ ternoon. While writing this article, we looked out of the window to see in front of each dorm small heaps of slush piled up — These are ice statues ? ? These creations of ice will be judged tomorrow afternoon at 1 o’clock. At 1:15 the inter-dorm snow shoe trophy race will be held alongside of the hotel. If any team should, by chance, not show up they will be disqualified from the race. The final basketball game of the season will be played with PSTC. TWO WELCOME ADDITIONS TO THE PAUL SMITH’S SKI TEAMS ARE NATALIE BOMBARD AND MRS. MARY WRIGHT, WIFE OF COACH RAINBOW WRIGHT. RICOCHETS The big ski raffle drawing, spon­ sored by the Rifle Club and held on the night of the Valentine Dance, was won by Robert McKillip of Saranac Lake. As you know, there was a choice of skis or twenty-five dollars. Evidently he has twenty- five dollars because he chose the skis as his award. Other prizes won that evening went to Paul Mar­ tin of Paul Smith’s College and to a guest from Trudeau. The last was won by Fanny Arnold, a for­ mer co-ed of last year’s class. These drawings were preceeded by a Val­ entine Dance sponsored by the Stu­ dent Council. It turned out to be a huge success. Our 30-06 Rifle team has or­ ganized and is commencing to prac­ tice in preparation for the spring matches. No definite dates have been set but it is expected several matches will be scheduled soon. Practice is now being held in the Recreation Hall from 6:30 to 7:00 p. m. There is plenty of time to j trv for team membership. But, the sooner you come out, the better. the chances are for competing for team positions. A new project is expected to tak e ! Holloway Second In Intervales Jump At the annual Washington’s Birthday ski jumping competition, on the 70-meter hill at Intervales, Saturday. February 24, Dick Hollo­ way lead the way with leaps of 183 and 186 feet to finish second in class B. Roger Smades finished eighth among 19 with jumps of 165 and 153 feet. Bob Thompson was 14th with 132 and 160 and Bob Ax­ tell with two jumps of 136 each took the 17th slot. SKIERS STAR (Continued from page 1) bow first place honors in the Class A Combined with 421.5 points. He was followed by Ted Farwell of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, who collected 410.2 points. place on the 30-06 cal. range short­ ly. This is a sturdy cabin con­ structed for team and club use. It will enable the team to practice during winter days and to hold club meetings and lectures on riflery. Other improvements are in order on the range which will make it a class “A” range.

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