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Friday, Mar. 3, 1961
Dorm Manager Sups
On Margerine Issue
.Wednesday's "hunger strike" at Selleck Quadrangle f
has been-brewing for a long time, according to some f
circles. Several incidents have happened which lead up s
to the action in the dining room. ? ' '
To ibe residents, the action was due to several in 1 1
ternal problems. In the past there have been numerable .
complaints about the food: There have also been cases
In which disciplinary factors caused a problem.
A normal recourse would be' to discuss the problem i
with the RAM council or the dorm manager.
When this action fails to get anywhere, extreme
action is taken. This is where the outsider enters the
At this University we are taught to think for ourselves
and offer comment and criticism whenever the need
arises. The people holding offices ot responsibility
hould realize this when they take an office.
When an Individual residing In a vast place such as
Selleck makes a complaint to a dorm official, it should
be taken as seriously as if a group of 100 men stormed
into the Administration Building.
To lose one's temper during a heated discussion is
accepted by most officials, but to lose complete sense of
responsibility, as in the case of Mr. Calvert, shows a
complete lack of personal character.
The residents of Selleck showed their interest by at
tending the impromptu meeting following the demon
tration. One student has lost his right, to live in the dorm be
cause he attempted to voice his opinion. When he left,
he took three others with him. Mr. Calvert has admitted
that he may have make a mistake. We hope this whole
situation is merely a misunderstanding and will, not
imply in the future that the freedom of speech has been
lost in Selleck, or anywhere else on this campus.
l3l00t , SWCNT. ANb TEfvRS, ANYOsl E?''
By Dick Masters
The joys of Spring have drawn the Satyr out in search
of the first fauns and sylvan nymphs who have spent the
winter under a rock or dwelling wiihin jthe confines of
some ancient tree. Their presence may be felt in the
warmth of each day and the pipes of Pan herald the
rites of Bacchus.
Ah, children, the tired, saddened goat would call to
your attention a grievous situation which begs correction.
My attention was called by the pitMnjjieriesfcsijIng from
the haunts of the exalted of all HeBefisT 'J'n " "
Those of you who are badge-bearers know that Greek
Week has never been much of anything but a name
sort of like National Brotherhood Week. It appears that
the newly ordained Hondotus would make Greek Week
a living reality on the order of Easter or something.
Jow it Is not my intention to drive a spike into this dr." This
group of counterparts known at Panhellenic. but it fatten sentimental
when confronted by an IPC proposal to get Greek Week
Certainly any group that espouses a creed of better
ing the University or furthering the aims and ideals . . .
through fraternity or sorority . . . should jump at the
opportunity to help co-sponsor a Greek Week.
Even though I don't intend to sing praises of the IFC,
It does seem that this project is worthy and it does not
speak well for our sisters to hold down its success by a
spirit of non-co-operation.
No one will admit that the Greeks have done much to
inculcate mutual understanding, promote congenial feel
ings and prompt friendship throughout the system. This
one week, if given cooperation by all agencies and all
individuals, might help to foster a bigger and better
Give it a little help girls. The IFC needs you.
Well, that's all for the crusades this time. Now on
to other matters which cry for the public's criticism and
abuse. About this Palladian Literary Society. . . . Like
man, they have succeeded in cluttering up sacred
Andrews with a batch of garbage called the Weakly
Mind. And like Man, its the weakliest minds you'll ever
have the chance to encounter.
If you want a far-out, swinging, world-weary fat
laugh, get your hot lil hands on their latest Weak at
tempt Here's poetry at its finest. The Ballad of the
Beatmost Buddha defies literary criticism. Mainly it
Isn't even literate. -
If this grudy little sheet does nothing else. It may at
least give Dr. Brill a little more work on Fridays. The
Satyr may be sick but at least he appears mrmaL Pic
ture if you can an animal or thing who produces a stanza
His mystic animal grunts
in his zenmost way
told bis fellow Unpadded divines
f the ecstasy
of rubbing that hQIbelly giver of peace.
If this bunch was really beat, as they want us to
think, they'd leave us alone and stop littering Andrews
with tripe. Hail Ceasar.
They are probably at the bottom of this food riot
thing, too. Damn oddballs! But if any of you know about
Dorm food, you can understand food rioting there. This
Is not student unrest; but merely the drive of self-preservation.
No parting thoughts no pearls of wisdom no mystic
words to close on. Nothing.
1 By Phil Boroff
i Tonight and tomorrow
i night the Student Union
Film Committee is offering
I an outstanding double fea
1 ture program in the Union's
I Little Auditorium. The first
I film is M-G-M's classic pro
I duction of Pearl S. Buck's
"The Good Earth." The
film, which stars Paul Mu-
ni and Luise Rainer, in-
eludes the memorable lo-
cust invasion, comparable
s to the burning of Atlanta in.
"Gone With the Wind" and
I the chariot race in "Ben
i The second feature is a
I Mickey Rooney starrer en-
1 titled ,"The Human ..Come-
tale of World
War II life was written by
I playwright William S a r o
i yan . . .
Of Saroyan, Jie is hosting
a television show entitled
I "Fierce, Funny and Far
Out" on "Omnibus" this
1 Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m.
"All By Sons," by another
I fine American play writ u.
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I sity. It's my destination to-
night, with Saturday night
1 reserved for, among other
I things, Ralph Marterie and
the IFC . . .
f Of destinations, the Aca-
demy Award nominees as
announced Monday revealed
several interesting expec
tions. For 'Best Picture,'
1 neither the much publicized
1 "Exodus" nor equally pub
licized "Spartacus" were
nominated. "I n h e r i t the
Wind" was also excluded.
I "The Alamo," 'The Apart-
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I "Sons and Lovers" and
I Notable exceptions for the
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1 Fredric March for "Inherit
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I Campobello," Jo Van Fleet
I in "Wild River," Wendy
HUler for "Sons and Lav-
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Although they may
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the major Oscar winners
1 not to be announced until
s the April 17 telecast are:
For 'Best Picture,' "T h e
Apartment": for 'Best Ac-
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"Elmer Gantry": for 'Beit
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1 "The Sundowners"; for
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