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St. Regian (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 19??-????, January 01, 1960, Image 84

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FORESTRY CLUE FIRST ROW : H. Seaman, S. Robinson, Secretary; C. Hultman, Viie President; P. McNanui.t. President; Mr. Hoyt, Advisor, C. Dederick, R. Cullinane, B. Freeman. SECOND R O W : B I .tklc, J. Noble, R. Fassel, L. Conover, J. Bradley, V. Levite, C. Sawtelle, B. Coombs, A Thomas, D Gilmore. T HIRD ROW : J. LaRue, W . Hazelton, G. Koppmann, P. Shepker, J. Zumbo, 1- Veronesi, D. Fuller, F. Pogge. In May of 1959, two teams and their coach, Mr. Hoyt, were sent to compete in the 13th annual Woods men’s Weekend held at the University of Dartmouth. The contest consisted of log rolling, chopping, fell­ ing, sawing, splitting, fire building, canoeing, and fly and bait casting events. This was the third year that Paul Smith's College swept the competition, keep­ ing the coveted award, the E. Quillian Brazil Cup. The spirits and interest ran high throughout this un­ usual contest with everyone having a wonderful time. Other highlights of the year were the Paul Bunyan Dance, featuring the fabulous \Hay Stampers\ con­ ducted by, the most \lovable beard contest winner,\ John Funicello. The event was highly successful with the added attraction of two bus loads of girls from Plattsburgh State Teachers' College. The annual Forestry Club supper held in the spring was another great success with many a tall tale swapped. The Forestry Club helped with the decorating of the Saturday night dance of the Christmas Cotillion. Its beautiful red and white streamers reflected the soft rays of red that illuminated the happy, contented faces of the dancers. In addition the weekly meetings held a great interest for its members with films and guest speakers from various forestry professions. This was both educational and entertaining to all. 80

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