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S c r i p t Vol. 25, No. 3 PAUL SMITH’S COLLEGE, PAUL SMITHS, NEW YORK 12970 January 5, 1973 P$C adds an Ecology and Environmental Technology Program The PSC catalogue for 1973-74 will include a new curriculum for Ecology and Environmental Technology. There are vast job opportun­ ities in this new field and PSC is keeping up with the times in adding this curriculum to its offerings. The courses for the new program follow. Ecology and Environmental Technology — This program is designed to prepare technicians for employment in those governmental and private agencies concerned with contemporary environmental problems. The in­ tent is to help students develop the skills and attitudes necessary to solve problems in the areas of pollution control and resource conser­ vation. Minimum admission requirements — High School diploma, three years math and three years science. First Year Semester Hours First Second English 131-133 . Algebra 131 . . . . Statistics 132 Social Science Elective Environmental Science 181-182 Physical Education . Hygiene or P.E. for women Summer Session — 8 weeks (Required) Environmental Field Training 283 Second Year Report Writing 2 3 1 ....................................... Mechanical Drawing 121 . . . . Microbiology 241................................................. Advanced Water Operations 241 . Environmental Law 221 . . . . Environmental Seminar 111-112 . Geology 132.......................................................... Ecosystem Dynamics 232 . . . . Principles of Environmental Engineering 232 Advanced Wastewater Operations 242 . Politics of Environment 232 . Semester Hours 8 Semester Hours First Second 3 2 4 4 2 1 1 3 3 3 4 3 Ted Barnes obtaining a tributary sample. A Complete Review of LSRLRP Appears on Page 7 by Ervin Bielmyer The Paul Smith’s Forestry Club sent three woodsmen teams to Wanakena, Saturday December 9, 1972, to compete against three teams from the New York State Ranger School. The meet opened with the intro­ duction of teams and coaches. Paul Smith’s teams were: Team “A ” — Hans Michielen “Gramps” (coach), Rudy W o lf (capt.), Cliff Baker, Don Hart, Liz Pope, Mary Dooley, Carm Duesler, Frank Ballentine, (alternate); Team “B” — Michael Sackett “ Mick” (coach), George Nicklas (capt.), Tom Coffin, Robin Jones, Gary Smith, Dan Perkins, Lyle Hislop, Pete Maloney (alter­ nate) ; Team “ C” — Prof. Robert Lefler (coach), Lou Colombo (capt.), Steve Guenther, Tony Steiner, Bernie Schmieder, Paul Parks, Mike Dietrick, Skip Velte (alternate); Head Coach — Prof. Gould Hoyt. Then there was the Captains’ Cut, which determines which teams went in what order. The first event of the meet was cross-cut sawing. Then followed fire building; split­ ting, and speed chopping; all were run concurrently. After these events were over, it was chow time. The first event to start off the afternoon was bow sawing, then log rolling, pole climbing, and ax throwng were run together. After they were over with, pulp throw for accuracy and pulp throw for distance were started. Then came the snowshoe relay race. The events that were conducted outside on the ballfield were concluded with the tug-of-war. Supper was served to the teams in the New York State Ranger School’s cafeteria after the tug-of- war. After supper Mary Dooley told the “ Tall Tale Story” for Paul Smith’s in the Tall Tale Story event. The story was the first night she and Liz went to woods­ men’s practice. The results of the meet were Paul Smith's “C” team first with a score of 924 points out of a pos­ sible 1,100 points. Second was Paul Smth’s “B” team with a score of 726 points and third was Ranger School “B” with a score of 662 points. The Paul Smith’s “C” team brought back the “Blue Ox” trophy and Mary Dooley brought back the “Brown Bull” award for the tallest tale told. The Paul Smith’s Woodsmen Team took with them two girls to compete in the competition. They were Liz Pope and Mary Dooley. They did an excellent job in their events and added spine spirit to the teams. January 27, 1973, the Forestry Club is going to send three woods­ men teams to Montreal, one an all­ girls team, to compete in te Mac­ Donald’s Intercollegiate Winter Carnival. The Forestry Club has its meet­ ings every other Thursday night at 7:30 in the auditorium in the science building. ALL ARE W EL­ COME! PSC Woodsmen - and Women - Win Meet

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