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Friday, April 28, 1950 T H E BUFFALO BEE PAGE SEVEN lOdhtfut. CRIIKJ 1 Alpha Gamma Delta There will be a meeting at the apartment on Saturday, April 29, for those who are going to work on the float. All members and pledges please attend! Congratulations to Donna Mc- Dougall and Marilyn Morehouse who were selected to serve at the Sweetheart’s Luncheon. Chi Omega The members wish to thank Jean O’Hara for the wonder­ ful cocktail party last Friday. Plans were completed for the Moving Up Day float. Sigma Kappa Our beer party to be held In New York City, as reported In the Argus, has been postponed Indefi­ nitely. Alpha Kappa PsI The members wish to thank mend the officers of the past year for their unusually fine leadership, foresight, and hard work. Newly elected officers are: Pres., Dan Carlson; V. P., Lee Goodyear; Sec., Nick Giangu- lano; Treas., Dick McLeron; Master of Ritual, Ralph Bos­ ton. Highlights of last Monday’s meeting was the presence of Janet Doble, our candidate for M.U.D. queen. Alpha Sigma Phi Mon., the Alpha Slg meeting will be held at Norton at 6:00 P. M. Please wear coats and ties. Baseball games will be played every Thurs., at 3:30; practice 1s every Sat. morning. Chairman, Harvey Schule, re­ minds all actives and pledges that the pledge party is compulsory. It will be held Fri., May 12, at the 300 Club. Alpha Phi Delta New officers were elected April 15. Lots of luck to the new and a hearty “thank you” to the outgoing officers. The annual alumni ball to be held this Saturday at the Statler gives promise of “ rare\ excitement and fun. M.U.D. float is well underway. Alpha Phi Omega George Trautman has the honor of being the first president elect­ ed by a pledge class, representing their concept of an outstanding leader. A picnic has been planned for this Sunday by the sponsors of Lois Hunt for MUD queen. Let’s keep pushing the Blood Bank. It’s success depends upon your effort. Beta Sigma Rho Out of 59 college fraternities in the country. Beta Sigma Rho ranked second for frater­ nity scholarship this past year. It’s our desire. It’s your de­ sire; let’s all come dressed according to tradition at this Saturday night’s affair. If any of the fellows get rich In the future, call Dr. Gerry, Surgery. Beta Phi Sigma Initiation took place last Thurs­ day. Congratulations to the fol­ lowing new members: George Welch, Sam Plozza, James Buck- ley, B rands O’Brien, Thomas Mo- gle, Milner Forster, David Fake, Robert Dorau, W alter Way, Bob Connette, George Deperrior, Ed­ ward Kewin, Ray Hitchcock and Nick DeBelonia. Beta Chi Epsilon The pledge party Is set for tomorrow night at 8 p.m., Pu- linskl Hall In Lockport. Dress (Continued on Page 8) POEM CORNER By WILLIAM HICKS So dead we lie In a long white row. All shattered bodies beneath the snow. We who have uttered the battle cry — All marked by God as those to die. We who have hoped and cried and prayed. Have at last the longest Journey made. We who knew of hate and war— Lie still in the sod we perished lor. So dead! So dead beneath the earth. No more to cry or dream of mirth. In frozen plots In a long white row— All shattered bodies beneath the snow. Math Club To Meet The tenth meeting of the Grad­ uate Mathematics Club for the year 1949-50 will be held on Thursday, May 4, 1950 at 3:30 p. m. in the W est Club Room of Norton Hall. Mrs. Jean B. Feldner will speak on the topic: “A Linear Neighbor­ hood Space.” The meeting Is open to all In­ terested graduate students. Tea will be served, as usual. VARIOUS COMMITTEES (Continued from Page 6) handling of books were discussed at considerable length with Mr. Crofts and Miss Webster. The committee was ’ informed that most textbooks are fair traded and must be sold at list prices. Other materials will be recon­ sidered. They were informed that any student may sell used books through the bookstore a t no charge to him. Books should be left there by the student who sets the price and receive a receipt. A recom­ mendation will be made by Mr. Crofts that the library carry a copy of each textbook to be used. Cafeteria — Since the cafeteria is accommo­ dating about five times Its capaci­ ty not much was accomplished this semester. A recommendation was made that two students be employed during the congested hours to ask people to leave when through eating. This was not put Into practice because Mrs. Kiener felt that the situation was suffici­ ently alleviated. It still may be possible to put this into practice however. Mrs. Kiener believes PAM/HO(/A/r FenMrtir ORIAT LAKES | Beg. SATURDAYI DOU B L E ACTION . . - D O U B L E T H R I L L S l CARY GRANT JOHN GARFIELD “DESTINATION TOKYO” — A ND — D E N N I S MORGAN DANE CLARK A N D R E A KING \GOD IS MY CO-PILOT T H =k: h J 4 feriM rly HIPPODROME 2nd SMASH W E E K I CLIFTON WEBB JEANNE CRAIN MYRNA LOY “Cheaper By The Dozen” — P L U S — MARCH OF TIM E \ H a l f - C e n t u r y : H a l t W a y to W h e r e ? ” _____ that the prices, quality, and vari­ ety of food Is satisfactory. The possibility of enlarging the Snack Bar was eliminated, for Mrs. Kie­ ner feels that the large room off the Snack Bar must remain as the employees’ dining room. This would have increased the facili­ ties by one-quarter. U. B. SPORTSMAN CLUB The Rifle Division of the Sports­ man’s Club held its Intra-club championship last ’Tuesday eve­ ning. Ed Stnitzinger is the new champ, with Ben Weedon number two man. There will be a meeting of all divisions on May 3rd at 3:30 P.M. in the East Room. All members are urged to attend this final meeting of the year. NETMEN (Continued from Page 4) The B.S.T.I. engagement found the Bulls making a clean sweep of the six singles and three dou­ bles matches. The Bull superior­ ity was shown in each position as each man won in straight sets. B.S.T.I. Summary: SINGLES Bob Mack (U.B.) defeated Jack Mason, 6-1, 6-3; Burt Shullnson (U.B.) defeated Paul Rease, 6-1, 6-3; Bill KuIIman (U.B.) defeated Carl Metzloff, 6-0, 6-1; Norm Pen- ner (U.B.) defeated Wayne Kates, 6-2, 6-1; Don Miller (U.B.) defeat­ ed Dick Hagmann, 6-0, 6-3. DOUBLES Mack and Kullman (U. B.) de­ feated Mason and Reese, 6-2, 6-1; Shullmson and Gerger (U. B.) de­ feated Matzloff and Kates, 6-1, 6-2; Ralph Katz and Dick Sugettl (U. B.) defeated Robertson and Hag­ mann, 6-4, 6-0. ATTENTION Applicants for Professional Unit In Education ft is a requirement of the School of Education that all applicants be certified through the Student Health Office. 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