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? S c r i p t Vol. xx PAUL SMITH’S COLLEGE, PAUL SMITHS, NEW YORK No. 1 P A U L B U N Y A N D A N C E IS A G R E A T S U C C E S S The annual Paul Bunyan dance was held last Saturday October 27, and, even though only forty girls from Plattsburgh attended, it was a great success. The band was a group called the Exotas, who last year played for a campus fraternity party, and they put on a real fine show for all those attending the dance. A crowd of two-hundred and twenty turned out for the dance which realized a profit of eighty dollars for the Forestry Club. The winners of the contests were as follows. Cross cut — Don Hayes and Bill Shakley. Bow Saw — Ken Ewald. Then there was the annual hat contest which was won by Lester Morris — and listen to a descrip­ tion of this hat! It was a straw hat with chem­ ical equations and formulas, par­ tridge feathers, gi*een stamps? Band aids?: And to top it all off the hat band was made out of pipe cleaners. Rock and roll was not the only type of dancing, Square dancing, always one of the highlights of the Paul Bunyan dance, was done again this year. Congratulations go out to Tom Potts on a fine job of calling for the dancers. The committee chairman respon­ sible for the dance this year were as follows: Tickets — Neil Bitting. (Continued on Page 2) Love-In, No — Sing-In, Yes On Sunday, October 1st, some­ thing new hit the P.S.C. campus. We had a SING-IN at the new lounge between 3:00 and 5:00 p.m. Sixty-five people attended and a good time was had by all. Feature singers were Jam es Runyan (who sang his latest release, “Man, W o­ man, and God”), Mark Kelsey, Jim Fricke, Robert Sheppard, Fran Parish, and Richard Garren. The next SING-IN will be post­ ed as soon as a date is decided on. See you where it’s happening, and l'emember, keep singing! LOOK FAMILIAR? If not see pages 4 and 5 for other pictures. CLASS OFFICE ELECTIONS by Joanne Webster On September 28, 1967, at col lege assembly, nominations were spoke in the auditorium in Freer Hall. Prelim inary elections were held on Tuesday, October 3, and held for class officers. On Mon- the final elections were held Oct- day October 2, the candidates j ober 5. (continued on page 2) BLOOD MOBILE SETS RECORD By Joanne W ebster The Bloodmobile visit October 18, 1967, 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., set a record with 255 pints of blood and 268 donors, 13 of whom were turned down. Sponsored by the Saranac Lake-Lake Placid Chapter of the American Red Cross, it was under the general organization of the Student Coun­ cil with the Interfraternity Coun­ cil heading a committee including other clubs on campus, with Mike Sabatello as chairman and Corky Foote as co-chairman. This year the bloodmobile was in honor of Dr. Howell G. Pickett, who passed away last February. For many years, Dr. Pickett direct­ ed the college blood bank program. Delta Alpha Phi provided work­ ers for the canteen. The Hotel Department, under Mr. Purchase, privided the food. Forty-one students volunteered their time to help the doctors and nurses. Campus organizations volunteering their services includ­ ed: Alpha Phi Omega, Hotel Club, WPSC, Circle K, and Alpha Lamb­ da, Tau Kappa Beta, Delta Alpha Phi and Upsilon Pi Fraternities. New addition to Rec Hall completed and used for sing-in. Fire Department Visits Old Forge By C. Marvin On September 21, 1967, the first monthly meeting of the Paul Smith’s Fire Departm ent was held with George King, Chief, presiding. The nominations for officers for the coming year are: Chief — George King, Dave Gilmore; As­ sistant Chief — Mark Kelsey, John Doing, Dave Gilmore; Secretary — Fran Parish, John Wyman, Brian King; Treasurer — Guy Baker, Rich Campbell. The members heard several in­ formative lecturers and watched the Brighton Fire Department de­ m o n strate proper procedures for putting out several types of unus- (Continued on Page 2)

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