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Post Script (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 1946-2003, November 03, 1967, Image 3

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November 3, 1967 P O S T S C R I P T Page 3 ORGANIZATION NEW S PSC Drama Club By Dianne Pullen Plans for three plays to be pre­ sented by the Paul Smith’s Drama Club are now being made. The first of these, to be presented on November second, will be “ Of Mice and Men,” by John Steinbeck. Bob Shepai’d, John Kirkwood, Jack Blackburn, and Nancy Foertsch make up the cast of characters for the play whose curtain time is 8:30. The club is headed by President Jim Ellis; Vice President, Sharon Decker; and Secretary-Treasurer, Rae Bushey. There are still open­ ings for actors, stage hands, and lighting crew. Any students inter­ ested are invited to attend rehear­ sals which are held Tuesday and Thui’sday evenings in Cantwell Hall starting at 6:30. There is also a rehearsal at the gym on Sun­ days from 1:30 to 4:30. Outing Club By Myra Willson The Outing Club is headed by: Ken Nichols as president; Steve Hall, vice president; and Peter Waas, secretary-treasurer. On Sep­ tem b er 30th, the club went to the Adirondak Loj and then climbed Algonquin Mountain which is 5,114 feet high. Some of the members stayed over night. On October 1st they went to Lake Colden and climbed Mt. Colden (4,714 ft.) and Mt. Marcy (5,344 ft.). Meetings are held on Wednes­ days at 6:29 in room 3 of Cantwell Hall. Mr. Russell is the club’s ad­ visor. Anyone who is interested is welcome to attend any of the meetings. H. S. M. A. By Myra Willson This year, the M.S.M.A. will have a national convention in San F ran­ cisco, California. A few members of the chapter here at school are planning to attend. Like last year, there will be another sales blitz in either New York City or Boston. Election of officers will take place in October. Until then, Ken Gast will be the acting president. He urges all interested to watch for signs up around school regarding the next meeting. Archery Club By Myra Willson Although the Archery Club has been fairly small in the past, this year it is hoped th a t it will be much larger. John Fisher is now the president and informs us that other officers will be elected soon. During the year, contests are held among the members of the club. Meetings are held on Thurs­ day evenings in the gym. Anyone interested in joining is eligible at any time. STUDENT O F THE M O NTH (Continued From Page 3) president of Student Council. Also, Charlie is treasurer of the Hotel Club and treasurer of Tau Kappa Beta, a well known fraternity here at P.S.C., where Charlie has been a member since November of 1966. Charlie stated that his favorite sports are football, basketball and swimming. When asking Charlie the most common question of why he chose P.S.C. last fall, he remarked, “If you think P.S.C. is bad, you should see Chatham !” He then went on to say that he feels P.S.C. isn’t as bad as everyone says it is. He feels th a t the hotel course is very good and students who are willing to learn will become quite successful in their future years. Next year Charlie plans on a t ­ tending Bermuda School of Hotel, where he will complete his stud­ ies in the hotel field. Post Script wishes him all success in his chos­ en field. We will have a Cross Country team again this year! Rumors have been circulating on campus to the effect that our team would be discontinued but with the help of Mr. Dudek and Mr. Ferguson we were able to keep it. This year’s squad will be com­ prised of freshmen with the ex­ ception of Rick Ladwig who ran for us last year. All are anticipat­ ing a successful season. The schedule is comprised of six regular meets and one regional meet. The student body is asked for support as this often makes for difference between a win or a loss. “So you met your wife at a dance — th a t sounds rom antic.” “Well it really wasn’t. I thought she was home taking care of the kids.” RIVERSIDE SERVICE STATION Oil — TEXACO — Gas Main and River St. Dial 891-3755 Saranac Lake, N.Y. EVERETT’S — Since 1905 — CLOTHING SPORTS W E A R FOOTW E A R 45 Broadway SARANAC LAKE, N.Y. Fraternity News DELTA ALPHA PHI By Peter Christy Delta Alpha Phi takes this op­ portunity to welcome all new freshmen to Paul Smith’s campus. We extend an invitation to anyone who m ight like to come up to Baker House for an informal bull session at any time. BETA AI.PHA LAMBDA By Mike Sabatello The Brothers of Beta Alpha Lambda would like to welcome the new freshm an to Paul Sm ith’s Col­ lege, and welcome the new mem­ bers of our faculty. Good luck to all concerned, we hope your stay here is enjoyable. The Brothers have begun a campaign to clean up our house, and to repair certain aged fea­ tures. We are doing this with the assistance and cooperation of the administration. We express our thanks and appreciation. We are looking forward to seeing and meeting the entire student body at the Student Council’s Concert on Oct. 7, which will feature the Left Bank. We are also looking for­ ward to meeting the students at the Blood Bank which will be held on Oct. 18. We hope all the stu­ dents will give their support to both of these occasions. By the way, the Blood Bank this year is going to be held in honor of Dr. Pickett. We also thank all those girls who helped us to help pub­ licize the Fall Concert. UPSILON PI Upsilon Pi would like to take this opportunity to welcome all freshm en to Paul Smith’s, and ex­ tend an invitation to any who are interested to come on up and pay us a visit. We are on top of the hill behind dorm 4. TAU KAPPA BETA By Fred Cherner Being the first edition of the Post Script, the Brothers of Tau Kappa Beta would like to take this opportunity to welcome all the new freshmen to school. We wish you all the best of luck for the aca­ demic year. We would also like to take this opportunity to invite anyone in­ terested in finding out what a fraternity is like to drop by and talk to any of the Brothers. This year we are planning many exciting activities which will be announced after student council has finished making up its calen­ dar for the school year1. Again let us wish you a good year, and come over and visit us at H arrim an House. Our door is always open. ALPHA PHI OMEGA RHO ALPHA CHAPTER Alphi Phi Omega is a frater­ nity about which little is known by the student body. This fraternity is a national service fraternity. It’s principles are Leadership, Friendship, and Service. Alpha Phi Omega assists local scouting units, both boy and girl. The fra­ ternity has also helped in many school functions. The officers of Rho Alpha Chap­ ter are: Les Harmon — President Don Hays — Vice President Doug Hammel — Secretary Paul Collins — Treasurer Mark Kelsey — Historian This year we are looking for the largest pledge class we have ever had. Our meetings are in Cantwell Hall, Room 7 at 6:30 p.m. Our next meeting will be October 2, 1967. Anyone who is interested will be welcomed.

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