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May 8, 1953
BELIEVE IT OR NOT (continued)
Dance, (Willsomeone loan him their little black book for a while?)
Bob Tracy's cvcjs always look like "two cherries in a glass of buttermilk.
Too much studying Bob?
Joan Griesing and Marie Jacko think a think a ride in a chevy is like
a ride is a roller coaster 0 What I's the scoop girls?
Next year Ping Pong mil be a onc(l) crodit course and required for all
second semester sophomore Is«
John Salko and Nick Yankoski, are noted cigar specialists and are
■willing to advise any student seeking information pertaining to cigar industry
Tony Pocone has been nicknamed "Buzzard" you'll ha.ve to ask him for
In the last election Mike "Jarkie" Evancho voted for Joe Louis - a litt
confused, aren't you mike?
"Porrty" Turnbach is still dating that girl from Shenandoah -- he likes
MAY QUEEN TO BE CROWNED TOMORROW AFTERNOON
Tomorrow afternoon at 3 100 to the music of Freddy Houser and his
Hammond Organ and the formation of the AFRQTC honor gaurd, our lovely May
Queen, Marie Jacko, her attendants, the bearers, flower girls, and the girls
of the Hemlock Chain will make there appearance on the campus lawn. To the
music of the organ the Hemlock Chain will perform the graceful, "Dance of the
Bells." The honor attendants and their escorts will dance to the music of
"The Black Hawk Waltz."
Ralph Sirota, in the role of the Court Jester, will add gaiety and color
to the occasion* He rail read the Class Will, which was written by Joe Belov:
Andy Karpinski, and Norm Hall*
After the presentation of the Key, heart, and crown, and the reading of
Scroll, our lonely queen will be crowned by last year's queen, Miss Josephine
Donish, Me Adoo.
After the coronation ceremonies, refreshments will be served in the Main
Lounge by the women of the Penn State Center Auxiliary*
The attractive program cover was designed by Elise Kreiger, and Sylvia
Williams gave her help in the production and preparation of the programs#
At the Student Council meeting, Wednesday, Mr. Torasho reported that the
S. A, C, has announced that plans arc complete for the May Day dance to bo
held. Saturday May 9 at the Eagles Ballroom,
He also reported that the committee is planning an all-college picnic. ]
Rumbel'S, time-Sunday, May 17. (Ed. Note. Latest word from S.A.C.)
It was decided upon to pay half the cost of repairing the phonograph whi
was broken at one of the dancing classes,
There being no further business the mooting adjourned.
THANK YOU, BOYS
Miss Pearl G. Garbrick, our most capable music director, wishes to extern
her note of thanks to a group of boys who willingly extended their services ti
her on Wednesday, May 6\ when she was confronted with the problem of moving a
piano. As is the usual case in the undertaking of most prodigous projects,
equipment must be moved and it was a completely "voluntary" stage crew that