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K B T W U THE BUFFALO BEE Friday, May 5, 1950 3lrcul&Mon €000 S u b s c ription €1.00 P s r T s a r B n t f r e d a» »«<'on(l c I ash m a t t e r O e o e m h er 13> 1022, a t th e P o s t O ffice of B o f f a lo N. V.. u n d e r th e act of M a rch 8. 1870. A c c e p tance for m a ilin g a t of postag e provided for In Section 1102, Act of O c tober 3. 1017. 1023. epeelal r o t e p o s t a g e M i h o i i t e d D e c e m b e r 13, ik p k b s i n t k o r o a n a t i o n a l a d v b s t i s i n o a v National AdvertisingService, Inc. CoiUi0 PmkUsh^n R *^tuntativ 4 2 0 M a d iso n A vk . N kw Y o r k . N. Y. CSICAfiO ■ B0»T0S • LOS A n o i i c s • S * s fsascisco Z 4 I0 Member Plssocided GDlle6iale Press Distributor of GDlle6iote Di6est P u b li e a t l o D Offlcg. N o rtoo H a ll. Uni* M ay. ozcopt du r in g E x a m in a tio n Peri* rorolty C a m p u s. B u f f a lo U , N. Y oda. T h a n k a g iving. C h r latm a a PobllsbA d w M k ly from B e p tem b o r to E a a tar. B X P .C im V B B O A R D D o n a ld C. L e v e r, A r t e ‘51 ..................................................... ................................... E d i to r - I n - C h i e f K e n n e th J . K n e p f lar, A r ts '63 .............................................................................M a n a g in g E d i to r Rich lehi \ F r f t s P . S h e lgren. B u s. Ad n e tn J . ...... ..................... R a r d C. W a llace, A r t s ’62 ...........................................................................................N e w s E d i to r D o lores R. Ja r e c k e , B u s. Ad.. '62 ............ .. ...................... I.............................B u s in e s s M a n a g e r '62 ............................................................................... S p o r ts E d i to r GOVBRN1NO nOAIU> Jo a n n e H a n n a . A r t s *52 .............................................................................................F e a t u r e E d i to r ■ ilesn Cocker. 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J u d i t h R o s n e r. F E A T U R E S T A F F J a c k B r a d lg a n , W a lt e r O o d shaw , P o b e r t Loew e r, M a rve Sm ith, S e y m o u r W a rn lek . SPO R T S S T A F F BUI B a u m ler, B o b Dell* R o n a ld K a t s . Bi L ib e rm a n , K a n Pye, Jim Spencer. R o b e r t M u rray . CO P Y S T A F F M a rie D u b k e , N o r m a E n q u ist, Ire n e L u k a s iew icz, B e t t y M c K e n lco, D o n n a V a n - denhelden, D o ris Y o u n g . S y lvia Z a s o w s k i, Je a n n e M c E w a n . G e o rge H e n f ling, B o b G o e llner, B o b O lans, Sky L io ttl. E llen Sum m e rs. M a rilyn Morehoiuse, B E W I U T B S T A F F AI R o z b ickl. Jo s e p h H iggins, L a r r y W lllla. A D VBRTISEN O S T A F F E a r l P a lm e r . G e r a ld W . Pox, IC e n n e th O. H e lfrlck , G e o rge H o s k ins J o c k P a t te r s o n , D ick M c L e ron. S T A F F P H O T O G R A P H E R R o b e r t S c h n a b e l. EDITORIAL Last Monday, at the Sweetheart Review we were privileged to hear a talk from our new coach, Jimmie Wilson. He inform­ ed us that now was 'the time for U.B.’d football team to become the City of Buffalo’s representative in the field of sports. We are now the only team in the city, either professional or non­ professional. But, we cannot expect the City of Buffalo to give us their full support unless the student body itself gets behind the team. It may seem a little early now to start boosting the football team, but we feel that during the Summer is the time to start talking up our team to our friends. We do have a possibility of a very good team this year, but like anything el.se, we have to show the team that we are behind them before they can give their all. The Salt and Peppers tried to start a booster club with 3presentatives from every organization on campus, but to no avail, for the organizations either dief not send representatives, or else failed to pick up their mail. In either case the apathetic response of the organizations is to us a black mark against the University. Now is the time for the Campus organizations to really prove to the City of Buffalo that we do have a good team and that the student body is behind the team. Let’s send representatives to these meetings of the Salt and Peppers, and let’s all get out -to the games and cheer our teams on to the victories that will bring honor and glory to our Old Alma Mater. UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE U NIV E R S I T Y OF BU F F A L O 3281 MAIN S T R E E T BU F F A L O 14, N E W YORK THE NEW STANDARD UNIVERSITY\ OF BUFFALO RING car­ ries an elegance befitting t h e pride and dignity of every under­ graduate and Alumni. This ring — presented exclusively by t h e University Bookstore— portrays t h e finest in die cutting and workmanship and features Hayes Tower and the University Shield with any class numerals available. LETTER TO THE EDITOR Dear Sir: We would like to use this means to express our congratulations to the unsuccessful candidates in the class officer elections, and our most sincere sympathy to those candidates who gained the office they were running for. We realize that moat of the stu­ dents who tried to obtain one of­ fice or another did so in the be­ lief that no work of any kind would be involved, that it merely consti­ tuted an honorary position. It is cruel to disillusion people. However, we would like to make it clear that we were elected on a platform unconditionally pledg­ ing us to work, and do the best job in the best interests of the student body. It should be abso­ lutely clear that we have not the slightest intentions to break any of the promises we made during the campaign. The times of a President-do-nothing are over, once and for all. The position gained is not sole­ ly an honorary one any more. It is a job requiring time and inter­ est In student affairs. It also re- qulii'es full oo-operation between the various officers. We hope sincerely that we will be able to obtain this co-operation vitally necessary for any success. We realize that the students deserve our best efforts. We are pledged to give them ail we can. Sincerely yours, Eddie Kopf, Pres., Class '51 Ken Newton, Vice Pres., (tied), ’51, Arts and Sciences Dear Editor: The election committee thought it had a fool-proof election ma­ chine. They had asked General Aniline for a paint that would not wash off. But either the commit­ tee got the wrong paint or the chemical firm did not figure on the Ingenious student, that would u s e nail-polish remover, cold creme ,pr moisten bis hand before voting. W hatever happened, it Icannot be doubted that the election was as straightforward as was possible under the circumstances. There were those voting who had sus­ piciously clean scrubbed hands, one had hia arm in a bandage, or people just washed the green paint off, changed into another Jacket and voted again. Towards 2:30 the election com­ mittee started to recognize old faces and tried to quizz the voters as to their middle initial, the school they were in and so forth. Altho’ finding one who could not remember his middle initial and one who did not know whether he was in the arts an sciences, in general the tightening of the rules made this as fair an election as we have had in the past year. Even though my favorite girl did not win. School of Education To Sponsor Lecture The School of Education is hav­ ing a meeting in Room 390 of Ed­ mund Hayes Hall on Thursday, May 11, at 2:30 to explain educa­ tion as a profession. All students who wish to learn about teaching as a career are urged to attend. The meeting will be of special in­ terest to those students who have signed for the Education Unit. The Program for Elementary ed­ ucation or the Program tor Educa­ tion of Young Children. Members of the Staff of the School of Ed­ ucation will explain the many out­ lets of interest in teaching such as teaching the special fields, phy­ sical education and health, kinder­ garten children, college and other areas. The requirements neces­ sary to teach will be explained. Also, teachers salaries and place­ ment possibilities for teachers now and in the future will be de­ scribed. Opportunity will be giv­ en for students to find the an­ swers to questions and to get a d e a r picture of teaching as a pro­ fession. Plnyhouse Poll Shows Radio Still Lends TV Radio sets are still more popu­ lar by far than TV sets according to the latest Radio Playhouse Poll. W hat a blow to the local alcoholic filling stations. This 1950 poll casts Clint Buehl- man into the spotlight with the announcement that he Is the most popular local radio personality. A suitable award will be presented to Clint during a d i n n e r ,at the Hotel Markeen on April 29th. The runnerups in this personality con­ test were Mike Marion and BUI Maiser, placing second and third respectively. Station WBEN was voted Into top place as the most popular lo­ cal station. WKBW and WBNY tied for second place with WEBR running a close third. TV commercials (this may sur­ prise many people) have more fol­ lowers than critics. The Playhouse Poll shows that those Indifferent to this subject took second place. Not an unusual occurance in any poll. TOWN a n d CODNTRT R0N6VM00M On* w 0 « d « r lttl w e a k FIRST—fiv« dayz ot our irUndly quMt bouM lust lor Mwlywtd* —hiqb In woodod ■ • ■ THEN — tbrto doy* two Diqhts el glamor and go. . -at NEW YORK'S targoM boUL SEE • DINE • DANCE AU lor S150 lor you betb. Mon* Hon datM U you wish loldorz. THE FARM on the HILL '^Swiftwater, Pa. Box 1208 D O - U - N E E D . A S e c r e t a r y , Typing, Telephone. Addressing Service or Office Desk Space W E HAV E IT! June Mason Secretarial Service, Inc. 3053 MAIN ST. *• BU F F A L O U Telephone UN 8813 Returns to Business culty ai to his new location, 336 Kenmore Plaza and 35nglewood. In addition to his reliable shoe repair service, he now carries a full line of m en’s, boys’ and children’s shoes. CENTER 3rd SMASH WEEK! The LAUGH RIOT! CLIFTON WEBB Jeanne Crain Myma Loy — IN — CHEAPER RY THE DOZEN” AFTER THE N. S. A. VARIETY SHOW, YOU’LL ENJOY A REFRESHING SODA WITH T H E FINEST HOME-MADE ICE CREAM AT MARR’S PAID A D V E R T I S E M E N T Leonardo’s Colunin FRIDAY, MAY 5 PIZZA AT THE GROTTO GROn^^GAYETrer The Grotto’s management ex­ tends its deepest congratulations to the work and effort of all fra­ ternities and sororities who are participating in making a good show on Moving UP Day. It is the realization of teamwork and coop­ eration that has made our school what It Is today. Ken Helfrich, Mother Nelson and baby Rosenbach saperoned by Lenore O’Laughlln planned a so­ cial get together of all U.B. stu­ dents today at the Grotto. A big turn out Is expected so let’s all go down and celebrate. There was a big conglamoration ot fraternity brothers, sorority sisters, politicians and Bradlgan all singing, \There are no Chi Omegas in Purdue.” Mr. Raymond W erner and his associates suggested a policy which he thought should be en­ forced and that is, \All men should present their seats to women that approach them.” Buster and her girls agreed to his philosophy and will put it to the test this Friday. Dick Rensel, Hlleman^ and Ma- grlno agreed to let them walk on their Jackets. On Main Street Across From Campus All Bnlfalo will be • >/ ^umpin . ON STAGE IN PERSON! THE AMAZING Lionel Hampton VIBRAHARP KING OF THE WORLD a n HIS ORCHESTRA — And — VARIETY REVUE OF 1950 35 - ENTERTAINERS - 35 AND ON SCREEN “FEDERAl AGENT AT LARGE” . DOROTHY PATRICK ROBERT ROCKWELL 3 DAYS ONLY SAT., SUN. and MON. MAY 6, 7 and 8 PARAMOUNT

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