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Full text of "The 1951-1952 Password, Mansfield State Teachers College, Mansfield, Pennsylvania [Student Handbook]"

The 1951-1952 
PASSWORD 




achers College 
d, Pennsylvania 



MANSFIELD UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

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EDITORS OF PASSWORD 

Joan James, '52 
Ray Kepner, '52 



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THE PASSWORD 
1951-1952 




[MANSFIELD UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 
Mansfield, PA 16933-1198 

FOR USE IN 
LIBRARY ONLY 

State Teachers College 
Mansfield, Pennsylvania 



MEMBERSHIPS 



M.S.T.C. is accredited by 

THE MIDDLE STATES ASSOCIATION 

OF COLLEGES AND SECONDARY 

SCHOOLS 

and 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF 

COLLEGES FOR TEACHER 

EDUCATION 

This means that credit obtained at 
Mansfield State Teachers College is ac- 
cepted by other member institutions. 

The college is also a member of the 
Eastern States Association of Profession- 
al Schools for Teachers and the Associ- 
ated Student Governments of the State 
Teachers Colleges of Pennsylvania. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

College Recognition 2 

President's Message 7 

Suggestions to Freshmen 8 

Student Regulations 9 

Academic 12 

Library 18 

Infirmary 22 

Dining Room 23 

Governing Use of College Buildings 24 

Miscellaneous Information 27 

The Mansfield Churches S3 

Post Office 34 

The First National Bank 34 

The 1951-1952 College Calendar 35 

Student Government 43 

Council 45 

Constitution 46 

The Women's Dormitory Association — 53 

Council 55 

Constitution 56 

Regulations 61 

The Men's Dormitory Association.. 75 

Council , 77 

Constitution 77 

Regulations -, — ., , 81 



Day Students 83 

Officers 87 

Constitution 87 

Regulations 90 

Classes 93 

Officers 95 

Constitutions 96 

Student Activities 101 

Fraternities 103 

Religious Organizations 106 

Departmental Clubs 108 

Special Interest Organizations 109 

Publications 1'" 

Musical Organizations 112 

Athletic Activities 113 

Rules Governing College Athletic 

Competition 118 

Extra-class Point System 119 

Songs and Cheers 123 

Index , 128 

Directory of Buildings 132 

Map of Campus 133 



GREETINGS 



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TO ALL ENTERING STUDENTS 

Ours Is the pleasant task of extending 

most cordial and friendly greetings to 

all entering students in the name of the 
College. 

At Mansfield you will have opportun- 
ities not only of preporation for the pro- 
fession of teaching but also of personal 
living of the concept of responsible co- 
operation. In your experiences with 
student government and organizations 
you should acquire as an important part 
of your philosophy of life — immature 
and uncertain as that may be — a partial 
understanding of the meaning of par- 
ticipation in the college life around 
you, respect for delegated authority, and 
the acceptance of responsible coopera- 
tion. 

Mansfield has encouraged student par- 
ticipation and government believing that 
true education is the process by which 
the individual student prepares himself 
under guidance for a life of service to 
others and satisfaction to himself. In 
this process learning and living together 
become a responsible cooperative en- 
terprise in which students and faculty 
join in the adventure. 

We trust that your years at Mans- 
field will be both pleasant and profit- 
able. 

JAMES G. MORGAN, President. 



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SUGGESTIONS TO THE FRESHMEN 

Here Are a Few Pointers For You, 
Frosh. We Wondered, Too. 

1. Speak to every one. We pride our- 
selves on our friendliness. 

2. Don't be concerned about the study 
hours scheduled for the first nine 

weeKs. You will study at least that 
much when there are no restrictions. 

3. All rules have a reason for existing. 
Try to understand them and following 
tnem will be more meaningful. 

4. Read the bulletin boards daily. 

5. Home Economics students never have 
enough magazines so it might be well 
to start your collection now. 

6. Women students' practice rooms are 
on the seventh floor of North Hall 
and the men students' practice rooms 
are to be assigned. 

7. Men students wear coats and ties to 
dinner Sunday through Thursday. 

8. We are counting on your support dur- 
ing the Freshman initiation. Our pur- 
pose is no: to ridicule you or injure 
your pride, but to acquaint you with 
your college and familiarize you with 
our principles and traditions. It will 
be tun it you enter into it in the right 
spirit. 

The 1951 Sophomore Tribunal. 
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STUDENT REGULATIONS 




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REGULATIONS FOR ALL STUDENTS 

When a student registers, he binds 
himself to abide by the rules and regula- 
tions of the College. 

The institution reserves the right to 
exclude at any time a student whoss 
conduct or academic record or both 
proves unsatisfactory. A student judged 
out of sympathy with the spirit and 
Ideals of the College will be excluded. 

The College also reserves the right to 
Inspect all students' rooms. 



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ACADEMIC REGULATIONS 

I. Grades— The following symbols are 
used: 

A — Superior 
B— Excellent 
C — Average 
D — Passing 
E — Incomplete 
F— Failed 
S — Satisfactory 

An E grade must be made up during 
the next semester where laboratory prac- 
tice is not necessary. In case of specific 
laboratory techniques being involved 
the E grade must be made up in the se- 
mester when the course is next sched- 
uled. All E grades not removed ac- 
cording to these instructions shall auto- 
matically become F grades. S grades are 
assigned in the courses in Health and 
Physical Education and Orientation, 

II. Quality Points 

Quality points are given as follows: 
Each hour of A gives 3 points: of B. 
2 points: of C. 1 point: of D, no point- 
of E and F, -1 point. No quality points 
are assigned to grades in Health and 
Physical Education and Orientation. 

III. Quality Point Requirements 

1. For graduation a 1.0 average (C) 

is required. 

2. For a student teaching assign- 
ment a 1.0 average (C) is i<- 
quired, and in addition a sim- 
ilar average in the fields of 
specialization. 

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3. If a student has a point average 
in any semester below 1.0 (C) 
his case shall be referred to 
Faculty Committee on Admis- 
sions. Failure to achieve a cu- 
mulative point average of C dur- 
ing any probationary semester 
will necessitate a request for the 
student's withdrawal from the 
college. 
IV. Dropping Subjects and Changing 
Courses 

1. No course shall be dropped 
without a penalty grade of F 
after the third w&eK of a se- 
mester; prior to such time, the 
student must secure the ap- 
proval of the instructor of the 
course and the Director of the 
Department for such withdraw- 
al. 

2. Students who desire to trans- 
fer from their group must se- 
cure the written consent of the 
Director of their group, the Di- 
rector of the group to which 
they wish to transfer, of parent 
or guardian, and of the Dean 
of Instruction. 

3. Students are classified accord- 
ing to the number of semester 
hour credits they have earned 
according to the following scale: 

credits — Freshman classifica- 
tion 
32 credits — Sophomore classifica- 
tion 
64 credits — Junior classification 
96 credits — Senior classification 



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V. Additional Work 

Students who wish to carry 
from one to three hours of work 
beyond the regular program for 
their semester must: (a) make a 2.0 
average for their previous work or 
for the previous semester; (b) se- 
cure in advance the written appro- 
val of the Dean of Men or the Dean 
of Women, the Director of their 
group, and the Dean of Instruction. 
These conditions cannot be met in 
the first semester of residence. This 
does not apply to students in the 
accelerated program. 

VI. Absences and Excuses 

1. There shall be as many cuts al- 
lowed as a course carries se- 
mester hours of credit except In 
the following cases: 

a. Student Teaching in all de- 

partments — no cuts allowed. 

b. Courses that are alternated 
on certain days because of 
conflicts in schedule — no cuts 
allowed. 

c. Students whose quality point 
average is less than 1.0 — no 
cuts allowed. 

d. Freshmen students admitted 
on probation — no cuts al- 
lowed. 

e. Courses in Physical Education. 

— 2 cuts allowed. 
f. Courses in Health Education 

— 1 cut allowed. 
g. Musical organizations — 2 cuts 
allowed. 



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h. Assembly — Two cuts per se- 
mester allowed. Over-cutting 
Assembly will result in the 
loss of one quality point for 
each over-cut. 
Abence from class the last day 
immediately preceding and the 
first day following a vacation 
shall count as a double cut. 
Any work missed due to ex- 
cused or unexcused absences 
shall not receive credit in a 
course unless the work is made 
up to the satisfaction of the in- 
structor. 

The following reasons shall be 
recognized as the basis for ex- 
cused absences: 

a. A statement of illness from 
the proper authorities (parent, 
guardian, housemother, nurse or 
physician) presented to the 
Deans of Students and valid to 
them. 

An excuse form will be 
issued to the student by the re- 
spective Dean. This form must 
be presented to tho instructor 
not later than the second meet- 
ing of the class following the 
absence or the absence will be 
considered a cut. 

b. Anticipated absences valid 
to Dean of Instruction. 

If a student takes one cut be- 
yond the number allowed in a 
course, he will be automatically 
dropped from the course and 
given a grade of F. 

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VTI. Transfers 

1. Transfers will be accepted only 
on presentation of complete en- 
trance records and official rec- 
ords including honorable dis- 
missal from the institution or in- 
stitutions previously attended. 
The Dean of Instruction may re- 
quest from the institution con- 
cerned information concerning 
the personal traits and charac- 
teristics of the individual trans- 
ferring. 

2. Credit may be given only for 
courses where grades above the 
lowest passing grade in the In- 
stitution attended have been re- 
ceived. 

3. Any transfer credit given is con- 
ditioned upon the transfer stu- 
dent completing a full semester 
of work with a 1.0 average (C). 

4. Transfer students shall be re- 
quired to present a marked gen- 
eral catalog of the institution 
from which they are transfer- 
ring containing course descrip- 
tions. 

VIII. Entrants with High School Records 
Below the Middle of the Class. 
Students with below average rec- 
ords in their respective high schools 
must pass the prescribed tests and 
are admitted conditionally until 
they complete a regular semester 
of work with at least a 1.0 average 
(C). 

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CX. Regulations Concerning Examina- 
tions 

The following policies concerning 
the administration of examinations 
have been adoptetJ by the Admin- 
istrative Council : 

1. A minimum of three systematic 
evaluations of student achieve- 
ment shall be made during each 
semester. 

a. Wherever possible, more than 
one type of test, including 
the subjective test, should be 
used by the instructor of 
any subject during a semes- 
ter's work. 

2. The index of achievement from 
written tests should not be 
weighted more than 20% of the 
final grade of the student. 

a. Semester grades shall be 
based on as many factors as 
possible, including results of 
tests and examinations, proj- 
ect, individual participation 
in class, terni reports, indi- 
vidual special reports, growth, 
laboratory work, field work, 
and the like. 

3. Written examinations shall be 
no more than one cla*ss hour in 
length, and the questions and 
problems should be consistent 
with this limitation. 

4. These recommendations do not 
indicate the necessity lor an 
examination week as such. 



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LIBRARY REGULATIONS 
Hours of Opening 

Monday to Thursday inclusive 

8:00 a.m. — 11:45 a.m. 
12:45 p.m. — 4:45 p.m. 

7:30 p.m. — 9:00 p.m. 
Friday 

8:00 a.m.— 11:45 a.m. 

1:00 p.m. — 5:00 p.m. 
Saturday 

9:00 a.m. — 11:45 a.m. 
The library is closed during assembly 
periods. 

General Circulation Rules 

All library books, unless otherwise in- 
dicated, are charged out for 2 weeks 
with the privilege of ronewal if not re- 
served for another borrower. Books with 
colored cards in them are charged out 7. 
3, or 1 day only, and may not be re- 
newed without special permission. The 
date due is stamped on the dating slip 
facing the back cover. All books are 
subject to immediate recall if needed for 
the Reserve Book shelf. 

Library material which the student 
wishes to borrow must be signed for at 
the Circulation or Reserve Desks, and re- 
turned to the desk from which it was 
charged. 

Reference books (marked "R"), bound 
periodicals, and rare items such as some' 
old books on Pennsylvania history, are 
restricted to use in the library except by 
special permission. 

Back issues of unbound magazines 

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may circulate for 3 days and may not be 
renewed or transferred to another per- 
son's name. No more than 3 may be 
charged to one person. Magazines do not 
go out over vacations. 

The latest copies of magazines can not 
be taken out of the library except for 
the hours during which the library is 
closed. They are due as soon as the li- 
brary opens and the fines are the same 
as for the Reserved Books. 

All pictures will be charged out for 2 
weeks with the privilege of renewal. 
Fines 

1. Two cents a day including Sundays 
and holidays is imposed for each over- 
due book, pamphlet or periodical. 

2. A 50 per cent discount is allowed for 
payment of fines at the time a book is 
returned. (This does not apply to Re- 
serve or Rental books.) 

3. After three notifications, fines of 
$1.00 or more (except those on Rental 
books) will be sent to the Mansfield 
Cooperative Government Association for 
collection in the Campus Book Store. A 
service charge of 50 cents is added to all 
student accounts which have to be col- 
lected in this manner. If the student ha3 
not paid his bill 10 days after it has been 
put into the hands of the Cooperative 
Government Association, he will be ex- 
cluded from classes until the fine is paid. 

4. Loss of a library book should be re- 
ported immediately to the librarian. 
Books not returned after 3 notifications 
are considered lost, and the borrower is 
billed by the Mansfield Cooperative 
Government Association for the total 

cost of the book. 

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5. There will be a charge of 2 cents a 
day on each overdue picture and a fine 
of 25 cents for each lost picture except 
for especially fine prints where the 
charge will depend on the original cost 
of the picture. 

Reserve Books 

Books designated by faculty members 
as reserve material for the use of their 
students, may be obtained at the Re- 
serve Desk by asking for them by au- 
thor and call number. Reserve books are 
list&d in a notebook at the desk and are 
arranged under the names of the profes- 
sors who have reserved them. 

During the hours the Library is open. 
Reserve Books are signed out to be used 
only IN the library. They may be 
charged to be taken from the library 
during the hours it is closed and are due 
as soon as the library opens, except those 
taken out at night are not due until 
9:30 a.m. 

Fines. 25 cents for the first hour, or 
fraction of an hour, and 5 cents for each 
suceeoding hour, or fraction of an hour, 
is charged for overdue Reserve books, 
until they are returned. 

Rental Collection 

The library maintains a Rental Collec- 
tion of re-cent popular books and wel- 
comes suggestions from students for new 
purchases. These books may be charged 
out for one week for 5 cents, and re- 
newed for a second week for the same 
amount, if they are not reserved. 

Fines. The charge for overdue Rental 

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books is 2 cents lor each of the first 3 
days and 10 cents a day for each succeed- 
ing day including Sundays and holidays, 
until the book is returned. 

Since the Rental Collection is a monay- 
making proposition, overdue notices are 
seldom sent. 

Recordings 

Recordings, owned by the Music Edu- 
cation Department, but housed in the 
Library, may be borrowed for one week 
by students with written permission of 
a member of the Music Education fac- 
ulty. 

Services to Outside Patrons 

All persons not connected with the 
college are permitted to take materials 
from the college library provided they 
pay a $2.00 deposit which will be given 
back when the materials are returned. 

Included under this regulation are 
graduates of the college who are now 
teaching within the service area, per- 
sons living in Mansfield, and those re- 
siding in nearby towns. 

Not more than thre'e books or maga- 
zines may be taken out at one time. 

Former faculty members have the 
same privileges as active members. 

Fines. 

The samo rules which govern the stu- 
dent body apply to outside patrons with 
respect to fines. 

Postage for overdue notices which are 
sent to the patron will also be taken out 
of the deposit. 

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INFIRMARY REGULATIONS 

Office Hours 
Of College Physician: 

Monday— 9:00 a. m— 10:00 a. m. 
Wednesday and Thursday — 1:00 p. m. 
— 2:00 p. m. 
The College Physician will be called by 
the College Nurse in cases of emergency. 

Of Dispensary: 

Daily except Sun. 8:00 a.m. — 10:00 p.m. 

The Infirmary is closed from 10:00 p.m. 
to 8:00 a.m., during which time any 
emergencies occurring must be reported 
to the Dean of Men or the Dean of 
Women, who will get in touch with the 
Nurse or Doctor. 

Students ill in the infirmary are not 
permitted to have visitors. 

It is suggested that each student sup- 
ply his own hot water bottle. 

Requests lor Trays 

Requests for trays for students ill in 
their rooms must be made to the Col- 
lege nurse before the following hours: 

For breakfast 7:30 a. m. 

For luncheon 11:30 a. m. 

For dinner 5:00 p.m. 

Each student who is ill is expected to 
ask another student to call for his tray at 
the kitchen and return the tray after the 
meal. 



DINING BOOM REGULATIONS 

Hours for Sarving meals: 

Breakfast 
Monday to 

Saturday inclusive 7:00 am. — 8:00 a.m. 

Sunday 8:30 a.m. — 9:15 a.m. 

Luncheon 
Monday to 
Saturday incl. 11:30 a.m. — 12:30 p.m. 

Dinner 
Monday to 

Thursday inclusive 6:00 p.m. 

Friday and 

Saturday 5:30 p.m. — 6:10 p.m. 

Sunday 1:00 p.m. 

Supper 
Sunday 5:30 p.m. — 6:00 p.m. 

The vice presidents of the two Dorm- 
itory Councils with the Assistant Dean 
of Women constitute a Dining Room 
Committee for the assignment of dining 
room places. New assignments are made 
every nine weeks. 

Students may entertain guests in the 
Dining Room over the week-end. The 
prices for meals are: Breakfast 45c, 
Luncheon 55c, and Dinner 75c. Arrange- 
ments concerning guests and the pur- 
chase of guest tickets should be made in 
the Office of the Dean of Women prior 
to each meal. 



REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE USE 
OF COLLEGE BUILDINGS 



NORTH HALL 

1. The building shall be open on Sun- 
day through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 
10:00 p.m. and on Friday and Saturday 
from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. 

2. Both men and women may use the 
main door at the west side of the build- 
ing and the door at the second-floor ar- 
cade. Women only may use the door at 
the northeast side of the building on 
the second floor and the door at the 
third-floor arcade. 

3. Men are permitted only in the first- 
floor foyer, the dining room, the Li- 
brary at specified times, the second 
floor well, and the south end of second 
floor. This rule does not apply to Col- 
lege employees performing official duties. 
Men students studying in the music 
studio. No. 430, should use the passanger 
elevator. 

Building Director — Dean Jackson. 



NEW MEN'S DORMITORY 

Regulations will be adopted when the 
new building is completed. 
Building Director — Dean Long. 



ARTS BUILDING 

1. Students shall not use the building 
after 5:00 p.m. or on Saturday or Sun- 
day unless attended by a member of the 
faculty. 

2. Permission to use the building for 
club meetings or other special activities 
shall be secured from the director of the 
building personally. Such events should 
be concluded and the building closed by 
10 p.m. 

Building Director — Mrs. Morales. 

EDUCATION CENTER 

1. Students shall not use the building 
after 5:00 p.m. or on Saturday or Sun- 
day unless attended by a member of the 
faculty. 

Building Director — Mr. Jupenlaz. 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUILDING 

1. It is anticipated that the building 
will not be in use after 5:00 p.m. In case 
it is absolutely necessary, a member of 
the faculty shall be present and shall be 
responsible for closing the building. 

Building Director — Dr. Retan. 

GYMNASIUM BUILDING 

1. Only students taking part in sched- 
uled classes, practice for sports, or 
regularly-scheduled recreational activi- 
ties shall be allowed to use the gymna- 
sium except by permission from the di- 
rector of the building. 

2. No one shall be allowed on the gym- 

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nasium playing floor unless he is equip- 
ped with regulation gymnasium shoes. 
Building Director — Mr. Decker. 
STRAUGHN HALL 

1. The building shall be opened by the 
Janitor at 7:00 a.m. and closed at 6:00 
p.m. 

2. All meetings, rehearsals, and other 
activities shall be scheduled as far in 
advance as possible with the Director of 
Music Education. Each individual or 
group shall confine its efforts strictly to 
the time allotted. 

3. Each individual or group shall b^ 
responsible for setting vip and takinif 
down its own equipment, so budgeting 
its time and organizing its routine thai 
the stage will be entirely clear, with n 1 ! 
equipment properly disposed of at the 
conclusion of the reserved period. 

Building Director — Miss Brooks. 
STUDENT CENTER 

1. All meetings and activities shall be 
scheduled in advanco at the Office of 
the Dean of Men or the Dean of Women. 

2. Women students shall enter th« 
Student Center only for an activity 
scheduled by the Office of the Dean of 
Women or the Dean of Men or by the 
Physical Education Department. 

Building Director — Dean Long. 
ALUMNI HALL 
Y HUT 
1 Since these buildings are men's resi- 
dence halls, no women students are per- 
mitted to enter. 
Building Director — Dean Long. 
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MISCELLANEOUS 
INFORMATION 




MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION 

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE 
Students may obtain information in re- 
gard to financial assistance from the 
Dean of Women or the Dean of Men. 

MAIL SERVICE 
Incoming mail for students is received 
twice daily, Monday through Saturday, 
and is promptly distributed to the stu- 
dent mail box&s located in each dormi- 
tory. The mail arrives about 9:00 a. m. 
and 1:00 p. m. Please request box num- 
bers to be written on letters. 

TELEPHONE SERVICE 
Incoming telephone calls for students 
are received at the Office of the Dean 
of Women from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 
After 10:00 p.m. calls o£ an emergency 
nature are received by the Night Watch- 
man and are relayed to the respective 
dean. 
Office of the Dean of Women, Bell 96R. 
Telephone booths are provided in both 
dormitories for students to use in mak- 
ing outgoing calls. 

THE CAMPUS BOOK AND SUPPLY 
STORE 

A book and supply store is operated 
on the campus by the Mansfield Co- 
operative Government Association. Any 
profit accrues to the Association for the 
furtherance of student life. The store is 
open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on 
■week days except Saturday and on Sat- 
urday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 m. 

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PASSENGER ELEVATOR SERVICE 

The passenger elevator in North Hall 
Is operated on the following schedule: 



Monday 

through 
Friday 

Saturday 



Sunday 



7:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. 
12:30 p.m to 6:00 p.m. 
6:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 

7:00 a.m. to 12:00 m. 
12 :30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. 
5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. 
6:30 p.m. to 7:30 pm. 

8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. 
12:00 m. to 1.00 p.m 
1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. 
5:00 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. 
6:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. 



LOST-AND-FOUND DEPARTMENT 

A Lost-and-Found Department is main- 
tained in the Office of the Dean ol 

Women. 



Bulletin Boards 

Bulletin Boards containing goneral 
and specific information are found in 
North Hall, second floor, just off the Ar- 
cade. These bulletin boards should be 
read at least once daily by every student. 



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ASSEMBLIES 

Assemblies for the entire student body, 
the faculty, and others are held every 
"Tuesday at 1:45 p. m. in Straughn Hall. 
Their primary purpose is to supplement 
the work of the classroom. Assemblies 
not only give the students an opportun- 
ity for developing sound appreciation of 
the various fields of learning and the 
arts, but also give the students an oppor- 
tunity to participate in such programs. 
Attendance at Assembly is required of 
all students. 



ARTISTS COURSES 

The college conducts two excellent ar- 
tists courses — the Assembly course and 
the Auditorium course. The Assembly 
course is designed to vary the student 
participating activities of the assembly 
period; the Auditorium course is intended 
to provide cultural experiences on a 
high level. The college attempts to se- 
cure the finest lecturers, musicians, 
dancers, and actors obtainable; and dur- 
ing the past several seasons has been 
fortunate in scheduling such attractions 
as Jean Carlton, Roland Hayes, Dorothy 
Canfield Fisher, the United States Navy 
Band, Robert Goldsand, and the Colum- 
bus Boy Choir. 

Admissions to these programs is cover- 
ed by the Student Activities Fee. 

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MOTION PICTURES 

Friday evenings at 7:30 p.m. motion 
pictures are shown in Straughn Hall. Not 
only are the finest pictures in the fields, 
of entertainment and education present- 
ed on the College screen as part of the 
Auditorium program, but also news- 
reels and travelogues are scheduled as an 
adjunct to the Assembly program. They 
are a valuable enrichment to the social 
and academic life on the campus. Admis- 
sion is covered by the Student Activities- 
Fee. 



THE COLLEGE COMMUNITY VESPER 
SERVICE 
Each year four Vesper Services are ar- 
ranged by the College in cooperation 
with the local churches and are held at 
7:30 o'clock in the evening in Straughn 
Hall. The programs consist of addresses 
by well-known clergymen, representa- 
tive of all faiths; non-sectarian devo- 
tional exercises and special music. The 
Music Education Chorus presents two 
Cantatas each year at these services. 



THE MANSFIELD CHURCHES 

First Baptist Church North Main Street 
Trie Rev. D. J. Griffiths, Pastor 

Church of the Holy Child (Roman 

Catholic) South Main Street 

The Rev. GeTard Canavan, Pastor 

St. James Episcopal Church 

Wellsboro and St. James Streets 
The Rev. Paul D. Emenheiser, Vicar 

Methodist Church 

Wellsboro and Academy Street 
The Rev. Stanley Robinson, Minister 

first Presbyterian Church 

Wellsboro Street 
The Rev. John Ross Hays, Minister 

Seventh Day Adventist Church 

Main Street and Elmira Street 
The Rev. Horace Reading, Minister. 



Church of Christ, Disciples Canoe Camp 
No longer here. No Successor elected. 



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UNITED STATES POST OFFICE 



Window Service — 

Mon. through Fri. 8:00 a.m — 6:00 p.m- 
Saturday 8 :00 a.m.— 12 :30 p.m 

The lobby of the post office is open 
until 10:00 p.m. each day. 



MAIL SERVICE 

7:30 a.m. — incoming and outgoing mails. 

3:00 p.m. — outgoing mail. 

5:45 p.m. — incoming and outgoing mails. 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

Hours 

Window Service — 
Mon. through Fri. 9:00 a.m — 3:00 p.m.. 
Saturday 9 :00 a.m.— 12 :00 noon 

The bank is closed cm all legal holidays; 
and Wednesday afternoons. 

The bank welcomes students' checking 
accounts. Students may cash checks not 
exceeding $100 drawn on other banks by 
paying ten cents (10c). 



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THE 1951-1952 
COLLEGE 

CALENDAR 




SET SBr* 

WE: 




STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 
MANSFIELD, PENNSYLVANIA 



CALENDAR OF EVENTS 

1951-1952 

First Semester 

Monday, Sept. 10 — Sunday, Sept. 16 
Freshman Week Activities 

Wednesday, September 12 — 8:00 a.m. 
Beginning of Classes for First 
Semester 

Saturday, September 15 — 8:00 p.m. 

Faculty Reception for Students in 
Gymnasium. 

Saturday, September 22—2:00 p.m. 
Football Game: Bloomsburg at 
Mansfield STC 

Tuesday, September 25 1:45 p.m. 

Assembly in Straughn Hall: THE 
COBLEIGHS. GREAT SCENES 
FROM SHAKESPEARE 

Saturday, September 29 

Football Game: Mansfield STC at 
Indiana 

Tuesday, October 2 — 1:45 p.m. 

Assembly in Straughn Hall: CAM- 
PUS ORGANIZATIONS AND 
THEIR LEADERS 

Saturday October 6 

Football Game: Mansfield STC at 
Stroudsburg 

Monday. October 8 — 7:30 p.m. 
Faculty Meeting 

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Saturday, October 13— PARENTS' DAY 
Football Game: Brockport at 
Mansfield STC 

Saturday, October 27— HOMECOMING 
Football Game: King's College at 
Mansfield STC 
M CLUB DANCE 

Friday, November 2 

Artist Course Program in Straughn 
Hall: the opera CARMEN 

Saturday, November 3 

Football Game: Mansfield STC at 
Edinboro 

Saturday, November 10 

Football Game: Lock Haven at 

Mansfield STC 

SOPHOMORE HOP IN GYMNASIUM 

Monday, Nov. 12 thru Sunday Nov. 18 
RELIGION IN LIFE WEEK 

Monday, November 12 — 7:30 p.m. 
Faculty Meeting 

Tuesday, November 13 — 1:45 p.m. 
Assembly in Straughn Hall: 
DR. PAUL COLEMAN: EFFECTIVE 
HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS 

Friday, November 16 — 8:00 p.m. 
College Players production in 
Straughn Hall 

Saturday, November 17 

Football Game: Mansfield STC at 
Millersville 

Sunday, November 18 — 7:30 p.m. 

College Community Vesper Service 
in Straughn Hall 

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Monday, November 19 — 45:00 p.m. 
Thanksgiving Dinner and Dance 

Tuesday, November 20 — 5:00 p.m. 
Beginning of Thanksgiving Recess 

Monday, November 26 — 8:00 a.m. 
End of Thanksgiving Recess 

Monday, December 10 — 7:30 p.m. 
Faculty Meeting. 

Tuesday. December 11 

Basketball Game: Mansfield STC 
at Harpur College 

Saturday, December 15 

Basketball Game: King's College 
at Mansfield STC 

Sunday, December 16 — 7:30 p.m. 

College Community Vesper Service 
in Straughn Hall: CHRISTMAS 
MUSIC BY MUSIC DEPARTMENT 

Wednesday, December 19 

Basketball Game: Mansfield STC 
at Wilkes College 

Thursday, December 20 — 6:00 p.m. 
Christmas Dinner and Dance 

Friday, December 21 — 5:00 p.m. 
Christmas Recess begins 

Thursday, January 3 — 8:00 a.m. 
Christmas Recess ends. 

Tuesday, January 8 — 1:45 p.m. 

Assembly in Straughn Hall: THE 
LAUBINS— INDIAN DANCES 
Basketball Game: Mansfield STC at 
Cortland 

Jan. 10, 11, 12 

Central District High School Orches- 
tra — Penna. Music Educators' 
Association 



Monday, January 14 — 7:30 p.m. 
Faculty Meeting 

Wednesday, January 16 

Basketball Game: Lock Haven at 
Mansfield STC 

Thursday, January 17 — 1:45 p.m. 
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 
End of First Semester 

Saturday, January 19 

Basketball Game: Harpur College 
at Mansfield STC 

Second Semester 

Tuesday, January 22* 

Registration for Second Semester 

Thursday, January 24 — 8:00 a.m. 

Beginning of Classes for Second 
Semester 

Saturday, January 26 

Basketball Game: Mansfield STC 
at King's College 

Wednesday, January 30 

Basketball Game: Bloomsburg at 
Mansfield STC 

Saturday, February 2 

Basketball Game: Wilkes College 
at Mansfield STC 

Sunday, February 3 — 7:30 p.m. 

College Community Vesper Service 
in Straughn Hall 

Wednesday, February 6 — 8:00 p.m. 

Basketball Game: Mansfield STC 

at Bloomsburg 
* Subject to Change for Administrative 
purposes. 

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Saturday, February 9 

Basketball Game: Cortland at 
Mansfield STC 

Monday, February 11—7:30 p.m. 
Faculty Meeting 

Wednesday, February 13 

Basketball Game: Mansfield STC 
at Lock Haven 

Friday, February 15 

Basketball Game : Millersville 
at Mansfield STC 

Saturday, February 23 

Basketball Game: Shippensburg 
at Mansfield STC 

Friday, February 29 
Basketball Game: 
at Shippensburg 

Saturday, March 1 
Basketball Game: 
at Millersville 

Saturday, March 8 — 8:00 p.m. 
FRESHMAN FROLIC IN 
GYMNASIUM 

Monday, March 10 — 7:30 p.m. 
Faculty Meeting 

Tuesday. March 11 — 1:45 p. m. 

Assembly in Straughn Hall: DR. 
LESLIE PINCKNEY HILL 

Friday, March 21—8:00 p.m. 

College Players' production in 
Straughn Hall: 

Sunday, March 30 — 7:30 p.m. 

Communitv Vesper Service: EASTER 
MUSIC BY MUSIC DEPARTMENT 

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Mansfield STC 



Mansfield STC 



Friday, April 4 — 5:00 p.m. 
Easter Recess Begins 

Wednesday, April 16 — 8:00 a.m. 
Easter Recess ends 

Friday, April 18—8:00 p.m. 

Artist Course Program in Straughn 
Hall: JOINT CONCERT. STRAVIN- 
SKY and LOTENBURG 

Saturday, April 19 — 8:00 p.m. 
Junior and Senior Ball in 
Gymnasium 

Tuesday, April 22—1:45 p.m. 

Assembly in Straughn Hall: DR. 
ROBERT OLIVER, KOREA, 
AMERICA'S BACK DOOR 

Saturday, May 3— MAY DAY 
Crowning of the May Queen 
Distribution of 1952 Carontawan 

Friday, May 16, and Saturday, May 17 
Special Events: Omicron Gamma PI 

Tuesday, May 20 — 1:45 p.m. 
Awards 
Installation of Student Council 

Friday, May 23—12:00 noon 
End of Classes 

Saturday. May 24 
ALUMNI DAY 

Sunday, May 25—10:30 a.m. 

BACCALAUREATE SERVICE 

in Straughn Hall 
Monday, May 26—10:00 a.m. 

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 

in Straughn Hall 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




THE STUDENT COUNCIL 

President William McNett 

Vice President Stephen Jurnack 

Secretary Al Wagner 

Treasurer John MacLean 

President, 

Women's Dormitory Gloria Benfer 

President, 

Men's Dormitory Natal George 

President, 

Women's Day Lorrita Smith 

President, 

Men's Day Frank Michanowicz 

President, 

Senior Class Harley Rex 

President, 

Junior Class James Marshall 

President, 

Sophomore Class Aubrey Dunne 

President, 

Freshmen Class To be elected 

Editor, Flashlight Martha Ashby 

Advisory Editor, 

Carontawan Joan James 

Advisers Miss Jackson, Mr. Long 



Each student is a member of the Mans- 
field Student Government Association. In 
order to carry on the busin&ss for this 
group, the student body elects fourteen 
students to be their representatives and 
serve on the Student Council. Since the 
Student Council plans the &xtra-class ac- 
tivities program on the campus, approves 
the dates for college meetings, and sends 
students' opinions to the Administrative 
Council, the members are eager to s&rve 
the students well. The Council seeks the 
cooperation of each student and is pleased 
to receive suggestions. 

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CONSTITUTION 

of 

THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

ASSOCIATION 

of the 

STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

MANSFIELD, PENNSYLVANIA 

ARTICLE I 

Name 
The name of this organization shall be 
the Student Government Association of 
the State Teachers College, Mansfield. 
Pennsylvania. 



ARTICLE II 

Purposes 
The purposes of this organization shall 
be: 

1. To stimulate a pride in the State 
Teachers College at Mansfield and to 
promote its interests to the highest 
possible degree. 

2. To promote the scholastic and moral 
tone of the College, and thus maintain 
high standards of honor, loyalty and 
service. 

3. To give opportunity to students to 
develop initiative, judgment, and re- 
sponsibility in the management of 
student life on the campus. 

4. To encourage students to participate 
in many phases of a well-rounded 
college activity program. 

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ARTICLE III 

Membership 
All students enrolled at the State 
Teachers College, Mansfield, Pennsyl- 
vania, shall be members of this Associa- 
tion. 

ARTICLE IV 

The Student Council 
The Student Council'shall be the gov- 
erning body of this Association. It shall 
consist of the following members: 

1. The officers (President, Vice Presi- 
dent, Secretary, Treasurer) 

2. The president of each class. 

3. The presidents of the Women's Dor- 
mitory Council, the Women's Day Stu- 
dent Club, the Men's Dormitory Coun- 
cil, the Men's Day Student Club. 

4. The editor-in-chief of the College 
newspaper (Flashlight) and the ad- 
visory editor of the College yearbook 
(Carontawan). 

5. The Dean of Women and the Dean of 
Men. 

ARTICLE V 

Meetings 

The Student Government Association 
shall meet at least twice a year. Meet- 
ings shall be called by the President or 
by a petition signed by 10% of the mem- 
bers of the Association and submitted to 
the President. 

Section 2. The Student Council shall 
have regular meetings twice a month. 

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ARTICLE VI 

Powers of the Student Council 
It shall be the duty and the responsi- 
bility of the Student Council to: 

1. Recommend and approve general 
plans for the organization and admin- 
istration of all student organizations. 

2. Formulate policies for the Student 
Government Association and admin- 
ister the policies of the Association. 

3. Plan the monthly social calendar. 

4. Name the student personnal of the 
student-faculty committees. 

5. Recommend to the Student-Faculty 
committee on the Student Activities 
Fund all allocations of the Mansfield 
Cooperative Government. 

6. Recommend such by-laws to the As- 
sociation for approval as are neces- 
sary to carry out tho purposes of the 
Constitution and the policies devel- 
oped in accordance with the constitu- 
tion. 

7. Act as the judicial agent of the As- 
sociation and keep on file all judicial 
reports. 

8. Recommend for discussion to the Presi- 
ident of the College or the chairman 
of a student faculty committee prob- 
lems pertaining to student life. 

ARTICLE VII 

Dormitory and Day Governments 
Consistent with the general policy and 
plan of the organization set up by this 
Association, the students living in the 
Women's Dormitory and the Men's Dor- 
mitories and the Women's Day Students 

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and the Men's Day Students are author- 
ized to develop associations to handle the 
problems peculiar to tho individual 
groups. 

ARTICLE VIII 
Amendments 

Section 1. This constitution may be 
amended at any meeting by a two-thirds 
vote of those present of the Student Gov- 
ernment Association, the proposed 
amendment having been submitted to 
the Association at least one "week before 
being voted on. 

Section 2. By-laws may be adopted, 
amended, or repealed at any regular 
meeting by a majority vote of the mem- 
bers of the Student Government Associ- 
ation present. 

BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I 
Quorum 

Section 1. Fifty per cent of the num- 
ber of students living on campus shall oon- 
stituto a quorum at any meeting. The 
number present to constitute a quorum 
may consist of both dormitory and day 
students. 

Section 2. Three-fourths of the number 
of students serving on the Student Coun- 
cil shall constitute a quorum. 

ARTICLE II 

Meetings 

Section 1 Tne meetings of the Student 
Council shall be at 7:30 p. m. on the 
first and third Mondays of each month. 

Section 2. Students may attend any 
regular meeting of the Student Council. 

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ARTICLE III 

Nominations and Election of the 
Student Council 

Section 1. The nominations of the 
Student Council officers shall be made 
by the Student Council acting as a nom- 
inating committee. This committee shall 
submit two candidates for each office. 
The report of the Committee shall be 
made at a meeting of the Student Gov- 
ernment Association. Following the re- 
port of the Committee, nominations for 
each office may be made from the floor 
by any member present. The President 
shall bo a senior who will be enrolled 
for two academic semesters, the Vice 
President a junior, the Secretary a 
sophomore, and the Treasurer a junior. 
The names of the candidates shall be 
submitted for approval to the Dean of 
Instruction, the Point-System Chairman, 
and the organization adviser or advisers. 

The election shall be held no sooner 
than two days after the nominations have 
been published. Voting shall be by se- 
cret ballot. A majority of votes cast shall 
be necessary to constitute an election. In 
case there are more than two candidates 
for ono office, and no one receives a ma- 
jority of the votes cast, a second elec- 
tion shall be held with the two highest 
as candidates. 

Section 2. The class presidents shall 
be nominated and elected by each class 
according to Article III of the class con- 
stitution. 

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Section 3. The dormitory and day stu- 
dent clubs presidents shall be nominat- 
ed and elected by each group according 
to the constitution of these organiza- 
tions. 

Section 4 The editor-in-chief of the 
Flashlight shall be nominated and elect- 
ed from its editorial board according to 
the constitution of the organization. 

The advisory editor of the Carontawan 
shall be choson according to the consti- 
tution of the organization. 

Section 5. The Dean of Men and the 
Dean of Women shall be advisers of the 
Student Council. 

Section 6. Vacancies in office shall 
be filled by means of a special election 
within one month after the vacancy 
occurs. 

ARTICLE IV 

Duties of the Student Council 
Section 1. It shall be the duty of the 
President to call and preside at the 
Student Government Association and the 
Student Council meetings, to represent 
the student body on all public occasions, 
to see that the business of the Associa- 
tion is carried on properly, to appoint 
special committees and to be an ex- 
officio member of all committees. 

Section 2. It shall be the duty of the 
Vice President to preside over meetings 
and conduct the business of the Associa- 
tion and the Student Council in the ab- 
sence of the President and to be chair- 
man of the Social Committee of the 
Student Government Association. 



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Section 3. It shall be the duty of the 
Secretary to keep a record of the pro- 
ceedings of all meetings, to have cus- 
tody of all papers of the Association, to 
conduct all correspondence, and to post 
within forty-eight hours after each Stu- 
dent Council meeting the policies which 
were adopted. 

Section 4. It shall be the duty of the 
Treasurer to authorize requisitions for 
the withdrawal of funds of the Student 
Council and the Social Committee and to 
report regularly to the Council the finan- 
cial status of each fund. 

Section 5. The class presidents and 
council members shall have definite re- 
sponsibilities delegated to them by the 
president of the Student Council. The 
following committee chairmen shall be 
appointed: 

Point-system Chairman. 

Chairman of Freshman Women 

Advisers. 

Chairman of Handbook Committee. 

ARTICLE V 
Parliamentary Procedure 
Roberts' Rules of Order shall be the 
parliamentary authority of this Associa- 
tion, subject to special rules which have 
been or will be adopted. 



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THE WOMEN'S DORMITORY 
ASSOCIATION 





G 

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C 




I 

1 
I 

I 

ft 



THE WOMEN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL 



President Gloria Benfer 

Senior Members Fannie James 

Millie Kneiss 

Junior Members Marilyn Brush 

Mary Dewey 
Ada Mae Frailey 

Sophomore Members Blanche Crowder 

Ruth Hunter 

Freshmen Members To be elected 

Advisers Miss Jackson, Miss Fosberry 



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CONSTITUTION 

OF 

THE WOMEN'S DORMITORY 

ASSOCIATION 

ARTICLE I 

Name 

The name of this organization shall be 
the Women's Dormitory Association. 



ARTICLE II 
Purposes 

The purposes of this organization shall 
be: 

1. To administer student life in thn 
dormitory so that all may live comfort- 
ably and with consideration for others 

2. To develop individual and group 
responsibility. 

3. To promote conditions for the de- 
velopment of courtesy, self-control, and 
the desire to strive toward higher stan- 
dards of work. 

ARTICLE III 

Membership 

All students residing in North Hall, 
the women's dormitory, shall be mem- 
bers of this Association. 

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ARTICLE IV 
The Women's Dormitory Council 

Section 1. The Women's Dormitory 
Council shall be the governing body of 
this Association. It shall consist of the 
President and nine membars. 

Section 2. The advisers to the Dormi- 
tory Council shall be the Dean of Wom- 
en and the Assistant Dean of Women. 

ARTICLE V 

Meetings 

Section 1. The Women's Dormitory 
Association shall meet at the discretion 
of the President of the Women's Dormi- 
tory Council. 

Section 2. The Women's Dormitory 
Council shall have regular meetings 
twice a month. 



ARTICLE VI 

Powers of the Women's Dormitory 
Council 

It shall be the duty and responsibility 
of the Women's Dormitory Council to: 

1. Formulate policies of the Women's 
Dormitory Association and ad- 
minister these policies. 

2. Make and enforce rules and regu- 
lations for the women dormitory 
students. 

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Plan the social life of the dormi- 
tory. 

Act as a judicial agent of the As- 
sociation and keep on file judicial 
reports of the Council. 



ARTICLE VII 
Amendments 
Section 1. This constitution may be 
amended at any regular meeting by a 
two-thirds vote, the proposed amend- 
ment having been submitted in writing 
and read to the Association at a regular 
meeting at least one week before being 
voted on. 

Section 2. By-laws may be adopted, 
amended, or repealed at any regular 
meeting by a majority vote. 



BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I 
Meetings 
Section 1. The period from 6:45 p. m 
to 7:30 each Tuesday shall be reserved 
for meetings of the Association. The 
meetings shall be called by the Women's 
Dormitory Council President or the Dean 
of Women. 

Section 2. The Women's Dormitory 
Council shall have regular meetings on 
the second and fourth Monday evenings 
of each month. Special meetings may be 
called by the President. 

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ARTICLE II 

Nominations and Election of the 
Women's Dormitory Council 

Nominations for upperclass members 
of tha Women's Dormitory Council shall 
be made by the Women's Dormitory Coun- 
cil of the preceding year. Tha Council 
shall submit the names of the candidates 
for offices at a meeting of the Women's 
Dormitory Association. Following the 
report of the Council, nominations for 
each office may be made from the floor 
by any member present. The president 
shall ba a senior. Of the remaining nine 
members, two shall be seniors, three jun- 
iors, two sophomores, and two fresh- 
men who will be elected six weeks after 
the opening of the college. 

The names of the candidates shall be 
submitted for approval to the Organiza- 
tion Adviser, the Dean of Instruction and 
the Point-System Chairman. 

Voting shall be by secret ballot. A 
majority of votes cast shall constitute 
an election. In case there are more than 
two candidates for one office, and no 
one receives a majority of the votes 
cast, a second election shall be held with 
the two highest as candidates. 



ARTICLE III 

Duties of the Women's Dormitory 

Council 

Section 1. It shall be the duty of the 

President to call and preside at Women's 

Dormitory Association and Women's 

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Dormitory Council meetings, to repre- 
sent the dormitory students on the Stu- 
dent Council, to see that the business of 
the Association is carried on properly, 
to appoint special committees and to be 
an ex-officio member of all committees. 

Section 2. The other members of the 
Women's Dormitory Council shall have 
definite responsibilities. One shall be re- 
sponsible for assigning places in thr> 
dining room, another for the record of 
minutes of all meetings, another for fi- 
nancial statements, another for fire 
drills, and another for the social life. 



ARTICLE IV 
Parliamentary Procedure 

Roberts' Rules of Order shall be the 
parliamentary authority of this Associa- 
tion, subject to special rules which have 
been or will be adopted. 



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I 



REGULATIONS FOR WOMEN STU- 
DENTS LIVING IN THE 
DORMITORY 

In a college where a number of per- 
sons live together, it is necessary to 
have some form of social control or gov- 
ernment. The Women's Dormitory 
Council is the governing body and has 
adopted the following regulations to 
promote the highest standards for wom- 
an students. It is the responsibility of 
each Mansfield -woman student to live 
up to these standards. 

1. DORMITORY ORGANIZATION 

a. A Dormitory Council consisting of 
eight upperclassm&n is installed in May 
to act for the next current college year. 

b. At the end of the first six weeks of 
the school year, two Freshmen represent- 
atives are elected to the Council. 

c. Two representatives of the Robert 
Packer Hospital Nursing Group are elect- 
ed to the Council at the end of their first 
three weeks on campus . 

d. This organization has specific duties 
and authority concerning regulations and 
any violations of these regulations. 

e. The Dean of Women and the Assistant 
Dean of Women act as advisers to the 
Council. 

f. If the Council encounters problems 
serious enough to submit to higher au- 
thority, the Dean of Women will present 
the case to the College Administration. 

2. QUTET HOURS 
a. On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 
and Thursday, study hours are designat- 
ed from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. During 

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these hours, no student is to make any 
noise that would be disturbing to any 
one who is studying. 

b. On Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wed- 
nesday and Thursday, night quiet hours 
are designated from 11:00 p.m. to 7.00 




c. On Friday night quiet hours are 
from 12:00 midnight to Saturday 9:00 
a.m. and on Saturday from 12:00 mid- 
night to Sunday 9:00 a.m. 

d. On Special dance nights quiet hours 
begin one half hour after the time that 
the students are in the dormitory for the 
night. 

e. Typewriters may not be used in 
students' rooms or in the corridors dur- 
ing night quiet hours. After 11 b.m. type- 
writers may be used in a special room. 

f. Radios may be played during study 
hours, but MUST be tuned so that they 
cannot be heard outside the room. Ra- 
dios MAY NOT be played at all during 
night quiet hours. 



3. ABSENCE FROM CAMPUS 

a. All students may leave the campus 
during the day to visit approved homes 
and restaurants and attend church ser- 
vices and the Twain Theatre. 

b. At night, Sophomores, Juniors and 
Seniors may leave the campus as indi- 
cated above. 

c. At night on Friday, Saturday and 
Sunday all students may leave the cam- 

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pus to visit approved homes and restau- 
rants and to attend church services and 
the Twain Theatre. 

d. No woman student is to visit any 
residence where men students are liv- 
ing other than their own homes unless 
permission is obtained from the Dean 
of Women's Office. 

Permission for a group social function 
or party at the residence of a man stu- 
dent must be secured from the Dean of 
Womens Office. 

e. To be absent from the town of 
Mansfeld over weekends (except her 
own home) from Friday to Monday 
morning, permission must be obtained 
from the Dean of "Women's Office. To go> 
to her own home over the weekend 
(Friday to Monday mornings), a general 
permission is granted to a girl and she 
must sign out on her own respective 
floor with no further permission. 

f. If a girl is to be the guest of a man 
student on another college campus, she 
must have a letter of permission from 
her home sent directly to the Dean of 
Women's Office. 

g. After a campus formal dance, the 
Thanksgiving Dance, the Christmas 
Dance, the May Day Dance and the M 
Club Dance, upperclassmen must have a 
written permission from home to re- 
turn to their homes that night or to go- 
to the home of a friend or relative. 

h. If a girl signs out for home on Fri- 
day night and returns to the campus 
Saturday, she is under college regula- 
tions again; so if a girl signs out for 
home Friday, but returns to campus for 

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a dance Saturday night, she must have 
the written permission from home re- 
quired in the above instances to return 
home again that night. 

i. If at the beginning of a vacation a 
girl plans to visit elsewhere before going 
to her own home, permission should be 
obtained at the Dean of Women's Of- 
fice. 

j. If a girl remains on campus but de- 
sires to stay in a rodm other than her 
own, she must register this intention 
with her Dormitory Council Representa- 
tive. This permission is granted ONLY 
on Friday and Saturday nights. Excep- 
tions are made individually if a girl's 
roommate is at home ill for a period of 
time. 



4. RETURN TO DORMITORY 

a. 10:00 o'clock evenings is the time of 
rerturn on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. 
Thursday and Sunday. 

11:00 o'clock is the time of raturn on 
Friday and Saturday evenings. 

b. The time of return from a campus 
dance is one hour after the official clos- 
ing time of the dance. 

c. If the student is away and cannot 
return to the dormitory by closing time, 
she must telephone or telegraph the 
Dean of Women before 10:00 p. m. If it 
is impossible to contact the Dean's Of- 
fice before 10:00 p. m.. the" nightwatch- 
man may be callsd after 10:00 p. m, and 
he will relay the message. 

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d. No student is permitted to walk 
alone from the bus terminal after 10:00 
p. m. 

e. If a student does not return to the 
dormitory at the time sho designated 
when she signed out, heT parents are 
notified. 

f. No girl is to leave the dormitory be- 
fore 7:00 a. m. unless she has permission. 

g. A girl should strive always to get 
to the door or to the watchman's office 
by five or ten of the hour to avoid the 
possibility of being late and missing the 
watchman on his rounds. If she does 
miss him, she should try to get the at- 
tention of someone to get the Deans or 
a Dormitory Council member to let her 
into the building. 

5 SPECIAL ELEVEN O'CLOCK 
PERMISSIONS 
Members of the Women's Dormitory 
Council grant 11:00 o'clock permissions 
as follows: 

a. To Sophomores and Juniors — 5 for 
each semester. 

b. To Seniors — 7 for each semester. 

6. SPECIAL TWELVE O'CLOCK 
PERMISSIONS 
These permissions are granted at the 
Office of the Dean of Women as follows: 

a. To sophomores and juniors— 3 each 
semester. 

b. To seniors — 5 for each semester to 
be used during the week. One 12:00 is 
granted to seniors each week-end. 

c. To Dean's List students — one each 
weekend. 



d. Special 12:00's are granted to every- 
one for the night of the official end of 
recesses, working out in town, Elmira 
concerts, football games and any other 
event which may warrant such a per- 
mission. 

7. SIGN OUT BOOKS 

a. For general weekend permission to 
go home (Friday to Monday noon) stu- 
dents sign out in the book provided in 
their corridor. 

b. Students also sign out in the book 
in their corridor when going home for 
vacations during the year. 

c. For any permissions granted by the? 
Dean of Women's Office, the student 
signs out there. There are two sign 
out books — one for riding permission 
and one for any other permission which 
must be obtained from the office. 

d. Follow the headings of these var- 
ious sign out books carefully; and when 
signing in, remember to give the actual 
time of return. 

e. To avoid penalties — sign in upon 
your return IMMEDIATELY. This is 
very important. 

8. AUTOMOBILING 

Because of the danger of accidents, 
permission of the parents must be grant- 
ed before students may ride in automo- 
biles. This permission is secured through* 
a permission card sent to the parents in 
September for them to sign and return 
direct to the office of the Dean of Wom- 
en. Riding permissions are as follows: 

a. During the day all students may 

ride within the borough limits without 

further permission. 

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b. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors 
may have automatic riding permis- 
sion if their parents approve by sign- 
ing out in the Riding Book in the Dean 
of Women's Office. 

c. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors 
may ride out of town after 7:30 during 
the week only by using a special 11 or 
12 o'clock permission. 

d. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors 
may ride in town during the week 
after 7:30 without using a special per- 
mission. IT IS IMPORTANT that they 
designate that they are staying in 
town by writing "in town" in a col- 
umn in the riding book. 

«. All Seniors and Dean's List students 
may have riding permission out of 
town after a formal dance by signing 
on a special registration sheet in the 
Office of the Dean of Women. They 
may ride within a 15 mile radius and 
not visit places where beer, wine or 
alcoholic beverages are served. 

f. Women students are not permitted 
to be in parked cars on the campus 
after 7:30 in the evening. 

g. A woman student while under col- 
lege regulations may not have an auto- 
mobile in Mansfield without special 
permission of the Dean of Women. 
Such permission is granted only in 
cases of necessity. The student must 
also be over 21 years of age and have 
a letter from her parents granting 
this permission. 



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9. NORTH HALL SOCIAL 
REGULATIONS 

a. The reception room is provided by 
the college for ALL women students to> 
entertain their friends. 

b. This room is open to men and 
women at all times when North Hall is 
open. 

c. This is a public living roam provided 
for all women students and should be 
used as such in standards of good taste. 

d. First floor well may also be used 
as a reception room and may be used at 
any time that North Hall is open. 

e. Second floor well is a part of the- 
administration building and therefore- 
may only be used when there are no 
offices open at the following times: 

1. From 12:00-1:00 in the afternoon, 
from Monday through Friday. 

2. From 4:00-10:00 or 11:00 (whenever 
the building closes) everyday in 
the week. 

3. From 12:00-10:00 or 11:00 on Satur- 
day and Sunday. 



10. GUESTS 

a. Students may entertain overnight 
guests in the dormitory over the week- 
end, but must register these guests at 
the Office of the Dean of Women. 

b. It is understood that guests are 
under the regulations of the College: 
and it is the responsibility of the student 
to acquant the guests with the regula- 
tions. 

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c. If a guest breaks any regulations,, 
the student who is her hostess must take 
all the responsibility and fulfill the pen- 
alty for the breaking of the regulation. 

d. A woman student who wishes to 
entertain her father in her room may do 
so on Sunday afternoon from 2:00-5:00 
p.m. and must register this intention in 
the Dean of Women's Office. 



11. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 

a. Radios and electric sewing ma- 
chines may be installed in women's 
rooms with the permission of the Dean 
of Women, provided that the installation 
is approved by the Superintendent of 
Grounds and Buildings. 

b. All radios should be registered in 
the Dean of Women's Office, even 
though the student already has a three- 
way plug. 

c. Approved study lamps are provided 
for each room. 

d. Electric irons are provided for use 
In the laundry room only. 

e. NO electrical equipment such as 
study lamps, hair dryers, electric irons, 
hot plates, etc., may be brought from 
home and used. 

f. Any bulbs which need replacing 
should be reported to the Matron in 
writing by 9:00 a. m. (Room 354.) 

12. LAUNDRY 
a. Each student may send twelve (12> 
pieces of plain laundry each week to a 
commercial laundry selected by the col- 
lege. The laundry list should be marked 
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plainly with both the first and last name 
of the student. North Hall, and the room 
number. Laundry slips may be obtain- 
ed at the student post office. 

b. Bags for outgoing laundry should 
be placed near the freight elevator on 
second floor not later than 9:00 a.m. on 
Wednesday mornings. 

c. Laundry is returned each Wednes- 
day and is picked up in the well on 
each floor. Any overcharges for laundry 
should be paid IMMEDIATELY to the 
matron. 

d. A laundry room is provided for 
women. It is located on the first floor 
of the Infirmary Building and may be 
reached by crossing the covered bridge 
between the third floor of North Halt 
and the second floor of the Infirmary. 

e. The laundry room is opened daily 
Monday thru Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 
10:00 p.m. Sunday morning the laundry 
room is open from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 
a.m. 

13. SPECIAL ROOMS 
Musical instruments shall not be play- 
ed in the rooms of students. Practice 
rooms are available on the Seventh 
Floor. Also' on the Seventh Floor a 
workshop area is provided for Art Work. 
This work MUST NOT be done in the 
wells. 

14. CARE OF ROOMS 

a. Because of the importance of pleas- 
ant and orderly surroundings and the 
value to the student in maintaining them, 
rooms are inspected and grad&d weekly. 
Room-ratings are incorporated in the 
personnel record of each student. 

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b. For sanitary and aesthetic reasons 
the following regulations should be ob- 
served: 

1 Make beds immediately after 
breakfast. 

2. Sweep rugs on third-floor 
bridge, on bridge rear Post Of- 
fice, or on south fire escape. 

3. Do not use the fire tower for 
sweeping rugs. 

4. Hang all wall decorations from 
moldings. 

c. Trunks may be kept in the students* 
rooms or in the store room. 

d. Students must supply their own 



15. FIRE REGULATIONS 
cleaning equipment and hangers. 

On discovering fire in North Hall, ring 
the nearest fire alarm. On hearing a 
fire-alarm signal, repeated short rings, 
prepare immediately to leave the build- 
ing. 
Procedure in case of fire: 

Turn on lights, if fire is at night 

Put on Shoes and Coat. 

Secure bath towel. 

CLOSE WINDOWS. 

Raise shades. 

Move quickly and silently to near' 

est exit. 

North Hall exits: 

Second-floor arcade. 

Second- and third-floor bridges. 

Fire tower. 

Center stairway to first-floor exit. 

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Back stairways to second-floor 
exits. 

Fire escapes (east and south ends 
of North Hall). 
Use of exits: 

Students on south end of fourth and 
fifth floors leave building by fire es- 
cape at south end, excepting those living 
in rooms listed below: 

Students on south end of third floor 
leave building by way of third-floor 
bridge. 

Students on north end of third, fourth, 
and fifth floors leave building by fire 
tower. 

Students on north end of second floor 
leave by second-floor bridge at north- 
east corner. 

Students in the center section of third, 
fourth, fifth, and sixth floors and living 
in rooms 442. 443. 444. 445, 542, 543. 544. 
and 545, leave building by east fire 
escape. 



16. SPECIAL REGULATIONS 

CONCERNING FRESHMEN 

WOMEN STUDENTS 

1. STUDY HOURS 

a. During the first nine weeks of the 
first semester, a Freshman woman stu- 
dent is to be in her own room, in a 
practice room, or in the library from 
7:30 to 10:00 p.m. from Monday through 
Thursday for the purpose of STUDY. 

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b. A Freshman student may have per- 
mission during this time to attend 
•church functions and meetings of cam- 
pus organizations. If she goes off cam- 
pus for a church meeting or choral 
practice, she must sign out and in in the 
Office of the Dean of Women. 

c. It is not necessary to sign out and in 
if she is attending a club meeting on 
campus. 

2. ABSENCE FROM CAMPUS 

a. After the first nine weeks, a Fresh- 
man woman who has good academic 
standing may have the privilege of be- 
ing out in town during the evenings 
from 7:30-10:00. 

b. After a campus formal dance, the 
Christmas Dance, the May Day Dance, 
and the M Club Dance, a Freshman girl 
is allowed to go only to her own home. 
She must have a letter written from her 
riome and sent directly to the Dean of 
"Women's Office granting this permis- 
sion. 

3. SPECIAL ELEVEN O'CLOCK 

PERMISSION 

a. Freshmen are granted three of 
these permissions for SECOND semes- 
ter only. These are obtained from their 
Council members. 

4. SPECIAL TWELVE O'CLOCK 

PERMISSION 

a. Freshmen are granted two of these 
permissions for SECOND semester only. 

b. Special 12:00's are granted for re- 
turning from vacation, Elmira con- 

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certs, football games and any other spe- 
cial event that seems to warrant a gen- 
eral 12:00 for all women students. 

c. 12:00's are obtained from the Dean 
of Women's Office. 

5. AUTOMOBILING 

a. During the first semester Freshmen 
are not allowed riding permission dur 
ing the week after 7:30 either in town 
or out of town, except on special events? 
such as an Elmira concert, football 
games, etc. 

b. Freshmen may ride in town during 
the week or during the weekend before 
7:30 by getting permission at the Dean 
of Women's Office. 

c. Freshmen may ride out of town af- 
ter 7:30 on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, 
but must get permission from the Dean 
of Women's Office. 

d. Freshmen may ride with their par- 
ents by merely signing out and in in the 
Riding Book. No further permission is 
needed from the Dean of Women's Of- 
fice. 

e. Freshmen may ride ONLY in town 
during the night of a formal dance by 
signing on a special sheet in the Dean 
of Women's Office. 

f. During the second semester, Fresh- 
men women students may ride out of 
town during the week after 7:30 by us- 
ing either an 11:00 or a 12:00 permission. 
Permission must be obtained from the- 
Dean of Women's Office. 

g. Freshmen must have permission to* 
ride on all occasions during the entire- 
year, except to ride with their parents. 

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THE MEN'S DORMITORY 
ASSOCIATION 




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THE MEN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL 

President Natal George 

Senior Member Robert Rodine 

Junior Members Harold Hunter 

Thomas Cheplle 

Sophomore Member Paul Bowles 

Adviser Mr. Long 

CONSTITUTION 

OF THE 

MEN'S DORMITORY ASSOCIATION 

ARTICLE I 
Name 
The name of this organization shall be 
the Men's Dormitory Association. 

ARTICLE II 
Purpose 
The purpose of this organization shall 
be to regulate student life in the dormi- 
tory in order that proper conditions for 
study and living may exist. 

ARTICLE III 
Membership 
All students residing in South Hall, the 

men's dormitory, shall be members of 
this organization. 

ARTICLE IV 

The Men's Dormitory Council 

The Men's Dormitory Council shall be 

the governing body of this Association. 

It shall consist of the President and four 

members. 

The Dean of Men shall be adviser to 
the Men's Dormitory Council. 

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ARTICLE V 
Meetings 
The Men's Dormitory Association shall 
meet at the discretion of the President 
of the Men's Dormitory Council. 

The Men's Dormitory Council shall 
have regular meetings twice a month. 

ARTICLE VI 

Powers of the Men's Dormitory 
Council 
It shall be the duty and responsibility 
of the Men's Dormitory Council to: 

1. Make and enforce regulations for 
the men dormitory students. 

2. Formulate the policies of the Men'a 
Dormitory Association and administer 
these policies. 

3. Plan the social life of the dormitory. 

4. Act as a judicial agent of the As- 
sociation and keep on file judicial re- 
ports of the Council. 

ARTICLE VII 

Amendments 

This constitution may be amended at 
any regular meeting by a two-thirds 
vote, the proposed amendment having 
been submitted in writing and read to 
the Association at a regular meeting at 
least one week before being voted on. 

By-laws may be adonted. amended, or 
repealed at any regular meeting by a> 
majority vote. 

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BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I. 

Meetings 

Section 1. 6:45 p.m. on the first and 
third Tuesdays of each month shall be 
reserved for meetings of the Association. 
The meetings shall be called by the 
Men's Dormitory Council President or 
the Dean of Men. Special meetings may 
be called by the President. 

Section 2. The Men's Dormitory Coun- 
cil shall have regular meetings on the 
first and third Thursday evenings of 
«ach month. Special meetings may be 
called by the President. 



ARTICLE II. 

Nomination and Election of the 
Men's Dormitory Council 

The nominations for members of the 
Men's Dormitory Council shall be made 
by the Men's Dormitory Council of the 
preceding year. A suggestion for each 
office shall be made by students. The 
Mens Dormitory Council in making 
nominations shall consider the sugges- 
tions of the students as well as the per- 
sonal qualities of the candidates. The 
presdent shall be a senior. Of the re- 
maining four members, one shall be a 
senior, two juniors, and one a sopho- 
more. 

The names of the candidates shall be 
submitted for approval to the Organiza- 
tion Adviser, Dean of Instruction, and 
the Point-system Chairman. 

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Voting shall be by secret ballot. A 
majority of votes cast shall constitute' 
an election. In case there are more than) 
two candidates for one office, and no- 
one receives a majority of the votes, 
cast, a second election shall be held with> 
the two highest as candidates. 

ARTICLE III 

Duties of the Men's Dormitory 
Council 
Section 1. It shall be the duty of trie- 
President to call and preside at Men's; 
Dormitory Association and Men's Dor- 
mitory Council meetings, to represent the- 
dormitory students on the Student Coun- 
cil, and see that the business of the- 
Association is carried on properly, to ap- 
point special committees, and to be ar» 
ex-officio member of all committees. 



ARTICLE IV 

Parliamentary Procedure 
Roberts' Rules of Order shall be trie- 
parliamentary authority of this Associa- 
tion, subject to special rules "which have 
been or will be adopted. 



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REGULATIONS FOR MEN STUDENTS 
LIVING IN THE DORMITORY 



AUTOMOBILES 

Men students desiring to keep an 
automobile must secure the permission 
of the College administration. Applica- 
tion may be made through the Dean of 
Men. 



Students under 21 years of aga will not 
be permitted to have automobiles at 
Mansfield. 

Due to congested conditions, non-com- 
muting Day Students will not be per- 
mitted to drive cars on the campus. 



FIRE REGULATIONS 

On discovering a fire, ring the nearest 
fire alarm. On hearing a fire alarm 
signal, repeated short rings, prepare im- 
mediately to leave the building. 



Use of Exits 

Men on south end of building use fire 
escape at that end of building. 

Men on north end of building use fire 
escape at that end of building. 



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GUESTS 

Students may entertain overnight 
guests in the dormitory whenever ar- 
rangements have been made with the 
Dean of Men before their arrival 



FRATERNITY AND CLUB INITIATIONS 

No physical punishment shall be ad- 
ministered at any time. 

The public initiation program shall be 
submitted in writing for approval to the 
sponsor, the Dean of Men, at least one 
day before the initiation begins. 

The initiation program shall include no 
activities on the campus during class- 
hours and no activities which disturb- 
the public In general. 

A limited number of off-campus activ- 
ities will be permitted during class hours, 
provided that there is no interference 
with the class attendance of the candi- 
date. 



The initiation program shall be con- 
ducted in such a manner that classroom 
work may proceed as usual. Any mode 
of dress or any actions which attract 
undue attention are undesirable. 

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KEY DEPOSITS 

A key deposit is required for each 
key issued. The deposit will be refunded 
upon presentation of the key to the Dean 
of Men at the close of the academic year 
or when the student withdraws if such 
withdrawal occurs before the close of the 
year. Failure to return the key as des- 
ignated above will forfeit the deposit. 
Failure to return the key will constitute 
a debt to the College and may permit the 
College to withhold class credits. 



STUDY 

Conditions favorable for studying 
should prevail at all times in the dormi- 
tories. Quiet hours between 7:00 p. m. 
and 10:00 p.m., also between 11:00 p.m. 
and 8:00 a.m.. will be observed for the 
purpose of study and sleep. Visiting 
and boisterous conduct is discouraged 
during these hours. The common rules 
of consideration and courtesy should ap- 
ply. 



PLAYING OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

Musical instruments will not be played 
In student rooms. Practice rooms are 
provided on the fifth floor. There will 
be absolutely no smoking in these rooms. 
The practice rooms will not be used 
after 9.00 p.m. 

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RADIOS 

Men may have radios in their rooms 
by securing permission from the Office 
of the Dean of Men. These should be 
tuned so that they cannot be heard out- 
side the room. They may not be played 
after 12:00 midnight. 



RESIDENCE IN DORMITORIES 

Students are permitted to stay in the 
dormitory only when the College is in 
session. The closing date will be an- 
nounced by the College administration. 



CARE OF ROOMS 

Tacks and nails shall not be driven 
Into the plaster of the rooms. There is 
a molding provided for hanging pictures 
and pennants. Rooms will be kept clean 
and presentable at all times. 



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THE DAY STUDENTS 
ORGANIZATION 







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THE DAY STUDENTS' CLUB 

President of Men's Day Students' 

Club Frank Michanowicz 

President of Women's Day Students' 

Club Lorrita Smith 

Vice President of Men's Day 

Students' Club Nelson Entwistle 

Vice President of Women's Day 

Students' Club Lula Mae Fuller 

Secretary-Treasurer Ann Seeley 

Advisers Miss Fosberry, Mr. Long 



CONSTITUTION 

ARTICLE I 

Name 
The name of this organization shall be 
the Day Students' Club of Mansfield State 
Teachers College. 

ARTICLE II 
Object 
The objectives of this club shall be the 
association of the previously separated 
Men's and Women's Day Students' Clubs, 
to have a definite voice in the Student 
Government Association and to create 
good will among the Day and Dormitory 
Students through progressive activities. 

ARTICLE III 

M&mbership 
All students not living in tho college 
dormitories shall be members of this As- 
sociation. 

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ARTICLE IV 
Officers 
Section I. 

The officers of this club shall be the 
two Presidents, two Vice Presidents, a 
joint Secretary-Treasurer, and twelve Di- 
rectors, of which there shall be six men 
and six women. Thes& officers and di- 
rectors together shall constitute the Ex- 
ecutive Board. 
Section 2. 

The officers and directors shall be elect- 
ed by ballot of the whole organization for 
a term of one year without re-elections. 
Section 3. 

In case a vacancy occurs in the office 
of the Presid&nt, the Vice President shall 
automatically become the President. Oth- 
er vacancies shall be filled by an election 
of the Executive Board by a majority 
vote of those present. 

ARTICLE V 
Meetings 
Section 1. 

Meetings of the Executive Board shall 
be bi-monthly. They will be held in the 
Day Students' Room. The dates and 
time will be set by the Executive Board 
at the first meeting of each month for 
the following month. 
Section 2. 

Meetings of the whole organization shall 
be called at the discretion of the Presi- 
dents. 
Section 3. 

The sponsors of the meetings shall be 
the Assistant Dean of Wom&n. the Dean of 
Men and as many other faculty members 
as shall be necessary to carry the respon- 
sibility. This number shall be decided by 
the Executive Board. 
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Section 4. 

A quorum must be present at a meet- 
ing before any voting can take place. A 
quorum will consist of nine members 
of the Executive Board excluding the 
presiding president. 
Section 5. 

The directors of the Day Students' 
Board shall miss no more than three 
consecutive meetings without good cause 
or they will automatically be dropped 
from the Executive Board. The vacancy 
shall be filled by a majority vote of a 
quorum of the Executive Board. 



ARTICLE VI 

Amendment 

This constitution and/or by-laws may 
be amended at any regular meeting by a 
majority vote of those pres&nt provided 
notice was given at the previous meet- 
ing. It may be amended at a special 
meeting called for that purpose, with a 
previous notice, and a majority vote. AH 
proposed amendments must be submitted 
in writing. 



BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I 
Nominations 
The annual nominations for the elec- 
tion of officers and the directors will be 
from the floor of a general meeting. The 
elections shall be by secret ballot. 

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ARTICLE II 
Duties of th& Officers 
Section 1. 

The duties of the Presidents shall be 
to preside at all the regular meetings 
of the club. The Presidents shall serve 
as repr&sentatives of the Day Students' 
Club on the Student Council. They are 
to be responsible for the general conduct 
of the meetings. 
Section 2. 

The Vice-Presidents preside ov&r the 
meetings in the Presidents' absence. Spe- 
cial departmental work shall be a duty. 
Section 3. 

It shall be the duty of the Socretary- 
Treasurer to take charge of the funds of 
the club, pay all the bills and ke&p a rec- 
ord of all expenditures. He shall give fi- 
nancial reports to the offices of the Dean 
of Women and the Dean of Men at the 
end of each semester. He shall also be re- 
sponsible for the minutes of each meet- 
ing 
Section 4. 

The Executive Board shall appoint 
committees for social functions. The 
Executive Board shall fill any vacancies 
by a majority vote of a quorum. 

REGULATIONS FOR DAY STUDENTS 

WOMEN STUDENTS living in Mans- 
field in homes other than their own are 
expected to follow the preceding regu- 
lations pertaining to Absence from 
Campus, Return to Place of Residence, 
Special Eleven and Twelve O'clock Per- 
missions, Automotoiling and Sign Out 
Books. The procedure is as follows: 

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1. Permission must be granted from 
the Dean of Women's Office. 

2. A permission slip ■will be made in 
duplicate and one given to the student 
to take back to her house-mother. 

3.' The student then uses the regular 
procedure of signing out in the book 
provided in the home where she lives. 

4. The housemother may grant 11:00 
o'clock permissions unless riding per- 
mission is desired — then the student 
comes to the Dean of Women's Office. 

No student is allowed to stay at her 
boarding place if the adults are away 
unless other adults come in as substitutes 
and these substitutes approved by the 
College. 

ALL MEN of the student body who 
are living in their own homes and those 
living in homes other than their own in 
Mansfield are members of the Men's 
Student Organization. 

A Day Student should notify his or 
her housemother if any change in plans 
occur. At all times, the student should 
be a considerate, thoughtful member of 
the home in which he or she is living. 



AUTOMOBILES 
All automobiles MUST be registered 
by the students with their respective 
Deans. A letter of permission from the 
students' parents must be filed if he or 
she is under 21 years of age. 

DAY STUDENTS' ROOM 
A lounge, located on the first floor at 
the north end of North Hall facing west, 

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is available to all day students for relax- 
ation and study between the hours of 
8:00 a.m. and 10:00 or 11:00 p.m., de- 
pending upon the closing hour of North 
Hall. This room should be kept clean 
and presentable at all times. Although 
there is an entrance from both the 
campus and the dining hall, ONLY THE 
CAMPUS ENTRANCE MUST BE USED. 



LOCKERS 
Lockers are available by making a 
key deposit in the Dean of Women's Of- 
fice. This deposit is refunded on return 
of the key. 



POST OFFICE AND BULLETIN 
BOARDS 

All day students should visit the Pest 
Office at least once daily. The Men's 
Post Office is located opposite the Dean 
of Men's Office in the Student Center. 
The Women's is located near the freight 
elevator on the first floor of North Hall, 
just off the Library. 

All bulletins and personal notes to 
students are to be placed on the bulle- 
tin board provided for that purpose. 

NOTE: The Deans and Instructors use 
the mail boxes to contact individual 
students. Failure to check your mail 
box (or bulletin board) will not be a 
valid excuse for failure to comply with 
such instructions. 



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1951-1952 
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

President Harley Rex 

Vice President Thomas Santiso 

Secretary Fanny James 

Treasurer James Brown 

Adviser Mr. Sandell 

JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

President James Marshall 

Vice President John MacLean 

Secretary Margie Edmunds 

Treasurer Shirley Conrad 

Adviser Dr. Schappelle 

SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

President Aubrey Dunne 

Vice President Robert Benson 

Secretary Margaret Strupcewski 

Treasurer Carol Wagner 

Adviser Mr. Michota 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 
(To Be Elected) 



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CONSTITUTION 

of the 

SENIOR CLASS 

of the 

STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

MANSFIELD, PENNSYLVANIA 

ARTCLE I 

Name 
The name of this organization shall be 
The Senior Class of the State Teachers 
College at Mansfield, Pennsylvania. 

ARTICLE II 

Membership 
AH students registered at the State 
Teachers College at Mansfield who have 
earned more than 96 semester hours ot 
credit, but fewer than 128 semester hours 
shall be members of this organization. 

ARTICLE III 

Officers 

Section 1. The officers of this organ- 
ization shall be a President, a Vice Pres- 
ident, a Secretary, and a Treasurer. 

Section 2. The candidates for each of- 
fice shall be nominated by a Nominat- 
ing Committee appointed by the' Presi- 
dent of the Class. The Nominating Com- 
mittee shall consist of the four class of- 
ficers and a representative from each of 
the four major departments. This com- 
mittee shall submit two candidates for 

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each otfice. The report of the Commit- 
teo shall be made at a meeting of the 
class at least two days prior to the elec- 
tion. Following the report of the Commit- 
tee, nomination for each office may be 
made from the floor by any member pres- 
ent. The names of tho candidates shall be 
submitted for approval to the Faculty 
Adviser, the Dean of Instruction, and the 
Point-system Chairman. 

Section 3. Voting shall be by secret 
ballot. A majority of all votes cast shall 
be necessary to constitute an election. 
In case there are more than two candi- 
dates for one office, and no one receives 
a majority of the votes cast, a second 
•lection shall be held with the two 
highest as candidates. 

Section 4. Vacancies in office shall be 
filled by means of a special election 
within one month after the vacancy oc- 
curs. 

ARTICLE IV 
Meetings 
Regular and special meetings shall be 
called by the President of the class with 
the approval of the Faculty Adviser. 
Notices for meetings shall be posted on 
official bulletin boards at least two days 
prior to the meetings. 

ARTICLE V 
Quorum 
The number of members present at a 
regularly-called meeting shall constitute 
a quorum. 

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ARTICLE VI 
Amendments 

Section 1. This constitution may be 
amended at any regular meeting by a 
two-thirds vote, 1he proposed amend- 
ment having been submitted in writing 
and read to the class at a regular meet- 
ing at least one week before being voted 
on. 

Section 2. By-laws may be idopted. 
amended, or repealed at any regular 
meeting by a majority vote. 

Section 3. All amendments, by-laws, 
or changes in this constitution shall be 
approved by the class officers and the 
Faculty Adviser, and shall conform to 
the college regulations. 

BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I 
Duties of Officers 

Section 1. The President shall call 
meetings of the class, shall preside at 
all meetings, and shall appoint all stand- 
ing committees. 

Section 2. The Vice President shall 
act in the capacity of the President in 
the latter's absence. 

Section 3. The Secretary shall keep 
accurate minutes of all meetings of the 
class and act as class correspondent. 

Section 4. The Treasurer shall collect 
all revenues and, with the approval of 
the Faculty Adviser, shall pay such bills 
as the class may direct insofar as con- 
sistent with the provisions of the ap- 
proved budget. 

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ARTICLE II 
Special Committees 

The President shall appoint the Nom- 
inating Committee, the Committee on 
Decorations, Programs, Refreshments, 
Orchestra, Publicity, and Clean-up for 
the annuaj dance; and all other stand- 
ing committees. 



ARTICLE III 



Parliamentary Authority 

Roberts' Rules of Order shall be the 
parliamentary authority of this organiz- 
ation. 



ARTICLE IV 
Order of Business 

The order of business shall be: 

a. Call to Order. 

b. Reading of the Minutes. 

c. Report of the Treasurer. 

d. Report of the Committees. 

e. Unfinished Business. 

f. New Business. 

g. Program. 

h. Adjournment. 



The constitutions of the Junior Class, 
the Sophomore Cass, and the Freshmen 
Class are identical with the constitution 
of the Senior Class, with the following 
exceptions: 



A member of the Junior Class must 
have earned more than 63 semester 
hours of credit, but fewer than 96 se- 
mester hours. 



A member of the Sophomore Class 
must have earned more than 31 semes- 
ter hours of credit, but fewer than 64 
semester hours. 



A members of the Freshman Class 
must have earned fewer than 32 se- 
mester hours of credit. 



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STUDENT ACTIVITIES 




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STUDENT ACTIVITIES 

PURPOSE AND PLAN 

The Student Activities of Mansfield 
State Teachers College are opportunities 
for young men and women to express 
their personal interests, talents, and 
abilities and to secure socially construc- 
tive training and experience. 



SOCIAL ACTIVITIES 

Dances, parties, receptions, teas, formal 
and informal, provide wholesome recre- 
ation and entertainment for the student 
and at the same time present an oppor- 
tunity for him to orient himself to co- 
operative living and social poise. 



ORGANIZATIONS 
Honor Fraternities 

KAPPA DELTA PI 

President Thomas Santiso 

Vice President Carol Cummins 

Recording Secretary Marjorie Porter 

Historian-Recorder Mary Mangus 

Treasurer Charles Dempsey 

Adviser Miss O'Brien 

Juniors having six and Seniors having 
twelve semester hours of education and 
who are ranking in the upper quarter of 
their class are eligible to this national 
Education honorary society. The aims of 
KDP are to set up worthy scholastic and 

f professional ideals, to recognize outstand- 
ng work in the field of teaching and to 

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establish teaching on a higher plane in 
American professional life. Students feel 
that it is a distinct honor to be invited 
to join this educational honorary fra- 
ternity. 

KAPPA OMICRON PHI 

President Catherine Prouty 

First Vice President Charlotte Peeke 

Second Vice President Joan James 

Secretary Catherine Lobacli 

Treasurer Nadine Davidheiser 

Adviser Mrs. Morales 

Kappa Omicron Phi is a national honor- 
ary home economics sorority attempting 
to stimulate cultural and inspirational, as 
well as professional growth. According 
to definite scholarship and character re- 
quirements, members are select&d from 
home economics students who have at 
least attained the ranking of second se- 
mester sophomores. The aim of every 
member in this organization is a greater 
understanding of the breadth and scope 
of the ideal, 'to be an efficient and well- 
trained teacher and a confident and 
helpful homemaker." 

LAMBDA MU 

President Ellen Spencer 

Vice President June Zimmerman 

Recording Secretary Anne Folweiler 

Corresponding Secretary Onolee Swan 

Treasurer Alice Baker 

Adviser Mrs. Lewis 

Lambda Mu is a local music sorority 
whose ideals are high standards of mu- 
sicianship, scholarship, sisterhood, and 
character. Any woman student in the 
music department who is at least a first 

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semester Junior and has an average of C 
in her academic studies and B in her 
music studies, including an A in one 
Applied Music subject of any previous 
semester, is eligible and may be pledged 
to membership. One of the outstanding 
activities of the sorority is the annual 
Christmas program. 

PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA 

President John Strupcewski 

Vice President James Fink 

Secretary Edward Roberts 

Treasurer John Darr 

Historian Neil Slater 

Warden Kenneth MacDonald 

Adviser Mr. Little 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a national 
musical fraternity for men who are mak- 
iru' music their profession and who take 
an active, interest in music as an avoca- 
tion. The aims of this fraternity are to 
advance the cause of music in America, to 
foster the mutual welfare and brother- 
hood of students of music, to dev&lop the 
truest fraternal spirit among its mem- 
bers and to encourage loyalty to the Alma 
Mater. Beta Omicron Chapter was 
founded in 1931 . 

PHI SIGMA PI 

President Alphonse Zastavny 

Vice President Gerald Acla 

Secretary Walter Grimes 

Assistant Secretary Stephen Jurnack 

Treasurer Clement Cobasko 

Historian Thomas Santiso 

Phi Sigma Pi is a national Education 
Fraternity for men in teacher preparation 
Institutions. Its ideals are character, 
knowledge and fellowship. Its personnel 

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is limited to men of superior scholastics 
professional, and social standing, who 
have spent at least one year at the Col- 
lege. 



SIGMA ZETA 

President Walter Grimes 

Vice President Malcolm Neiley 

Secretary Olive Knierlm 

Treasurer Glenn Beck 

Historian Robert Rodinc 

Advisers Mr. Bartholomew 

Dr. Schappelle 

Sigma Zeta is a national Science honor 
society, restricted to upperclassmen. It 
seeks to recognize ability and accom- 
plishment in the various branches of 
Science. Meetings, field trips, and spe- 
cial projects make active membership in 
the organiation a worthwhile experience. 

RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 
Y.M.C.A. 

President Paul Raszman 

Vice President Robert Williams 

Secretary Robert Petroski 

Treasurer Samuel Woodard 

Membership Chairman 

Robert Chamberlain 

Properties Chairman Curtis Troutman 

Music William Bailey 

Adviser Dr. Mutchler 

The Y.M.C.A., which all men stu- 
dents are invited to join, seeks to develop 
the individual spiritually, morally, and 
socially. Inspiring programs of music and 
pertinent discussions have been conduct- 
ed twico a month. 

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Y.W.C.A. 



President Carol McLaughlin 

Vice President Olive Knierim 

Secretary Alma Reaver 

Treasurer Marilyn Ruth 

Student Adviser Emily Borck 

Facuty Adviser Miss Borkey 

'The distinctive quality of the Student 
Christian Movement, that which both 
sets it apart from other collegiate activ- 
ities and programs and enables the move- 
ment to have unparalleled influence in 
the lives of students, is this: its roots 
are deep in the Christian heritage; its 
nurture comes through Christian faith. 
The expression of this faith is in its 
three-fold discipline of worship, study 
and action." 

All women students are invited to join 
the Y.W.C.A. which is a part of the 
Student Ohristian Movement. Each 
Thursday at 6:45 p.m. we meet in com- 
mission groups with the Y.M.C.A. 



It is our desire to have you unite with 
us and become a part of the Christian 
fellowship which constitutes the Campus 
Y at Mansfeld State Teachers College. 

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DEPARTMENTAL CLUBS 

ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD 
EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL 

President Edith Nelson 

Vice President Marjorie Porter 

Primary Vice President Elsie Neal 

Intermediate Vice President 

Joyce Cunningham 

Secretary Margaret Fray 

Treasurer Alice Ferris 

Adviser Dr. Retan 

The Association for Childhood Educa- 
tion is an organization for all students and 
faculty of the Elementary Department. 
Monthly meetings are held and the pur- 
poses of the organization are to discuss 
topics of common interest, to promote 
closer fellowship among the members and 
to help the members become better teach- 
ers. 



MUSIC EDUCATORS CLUB 

President Jack Darr 

Vice President Edward Roberts 

Secretary Ann Folweiler 

Treasurer Douglas Weigel 

Adviser Miss Brooks 

The Music Educators Club is an organi- 
ization open to all students in tho Music 
Education Department. The purpose of 
the club is to create a greater interest in 
Music Education and to discuss common 
interests and problems. 

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OMICRON GAMMA PI 

President Catherine Lobach 

Vice President Barbara Keller 

Secretary Diane Kirby 

Treasurer Joyce Austin 

Adviser Miss -Fiat 

Omicron Gamma Pi is an organization 
for all Home Economics students. The 
meetings, which are held once a month, 
consist of lectures, reports, and news in 
the field of Home Economics. A member 
• 'I the American Home Economics Asso- 
■ iii inn. the organization keeps in close 
touch with national activities in its field. 



SPECIAL INTEREST ORGANIZATIONS 



THE ART CLUB 

President Ford Button 

Vice President Anna Burgett 

Secretary Mary Konsko 

Treasurer Catherine Prouty 

Adviser Miss Royer 

The Art Club is an honor society for 
ns who attain the grade of A in one 
semester of Art. An affiliate of the East- 
ern Arts Association, it promotes an ap- 
pn rial ion of the fine arts through the 
examination and creation of artistic 
and sends delegates to the annual 
erence. Of particular interest and 
Value arc exhibits and work meetings, 
which influence the development of in- 
dividual talent. 

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COLLEGE PLAYERS 

President Charles Dempsey 

Vice President Edward Roberts 

Secretary Lois Long 

Treasurer Donna Jones 

Historian Robert Long 

Advisers Miss Allen, Miss Drum 

The College Players is one of the most 
vital organizations on the campus. Stu- 
dents interest&d in acting are selected 
after try-outs, while those interested jn 
costuming, make-up, or staging may make 
application by letter. Two plays are 
presented each year and monthly meet- 
ings are held. Cooperation is the key- 
word for the Players, a quality inherent 
in the group and its relation to campus- 
life. 



PUBLICATIONS 

THE CARONTAWAN 

Editor Thomas Best 

Advisory Editor Joan James 

Business Manager Glenn Stover 

Literary Editor Richard Stone 

Proof Reader Emily Borck 

Art Editor Colin Giorgi 

Senior Editor Lorrita Smith 

Junior Editor Charlotte Peeke 

Sophomore Editor Paul Bowles 

Organization Editor Eric Hughes 

Sports Editor (Men) James Marshall 

Sports Editor (Women) Mary Konsko 

Photography Editor Harold Hunter 

Assistant Photography Editor 

Robert Robins 

Assistant Art Editor Bettie Nelson? 

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■Composite Editor Olive Knierim 

Assistant Composite Editor Al Wagner 

Typists Lois Long, Fanny James 

Business Staff Alice Baker 

Mona Nicholiason 

Robert Lieb 

Adviser Miss Drum 

The Carontawan is tho college year- 
book at MSTC. This name is an Indian 
expression meaning "little town on the 
hill." The annual is dedicated to student 
life at Mansfield and is published by a 
"board representing all departments and 
classes. Ev&ry student who is a member 
■of the Mansfield Cooperative Government 
Association for both semesters receives a 
Carontawan. 



THE FLASHLIGHT 

Editor Martha Ashby 

Assistant Editor Richard Stone 

Departmental Editors Donna Jones 

Alma Reaver 
Harley Rex 

Sports Editor Paul Bowles 

Photography Editor Jeanne Woodring 

Cartoonist Ford Button 

Reporters Bradley Freeman, Beverly 

Hall, Eric Hughes, Barbara Keller, Vir- 
ginia Kramer, Virginia Kreel, Paul 
Larson, Laura Marvin, Mona Nichol- 
iasen, Ernest Presher, Roberta Rob- 
erts, Onolee Swan, Virginia Wilbur, 
Ralph Van Keuren. 

Business Manager Robert Griffith 

Business Staff Anna Marie Hooley, 

Olice Knierim, Ann Seeley, Glenn Sto- 
ver 

Circulation Editor Darlis Hobbs 

Adviser Dr. Swan 

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The Flashlight, the College newspaper, 
is published once each month. It is pub- 
lished fo«r the student body and is com- 
posed of articles of interest about the- 
students and their activities on the cam- 
pus. Students interested in newspaper 
work should indicate that fact on their 
registration cards as these cards are 
used in selecting new staff members. An 
interview with the editor or adviser 
would acquaint them with your interest 
and ability. All students and faculty 
members receive the Flashlight. It is- 
sent to alumni upon subscription. 

THE PASSWORD 

Editors Joan James, Ray Kepner 

The Password, the student handbook, is 
published annually by the Student Coun- 
cil and dedicated primarily to the Fresh- 
men. It is a compilation of information, 
about the College and life at M.S.T.C. 

MUSICAL ORGANIZATIONS 

The musical organizations are. so plan- 
ned as to provide musical experience and 
additional musical instruction for stu- 
dents at their various levels of achieve- 
ment. For this reason these groups dif- 
fer materially from year to y&ar. They 
all attempt to develop a high standard! 
of ensemble technic and musical taste 
among the members, as well as to> 
acquaint them with representative, works 
of various musical styles. 

Included among the instrumental or- 
ganizations are the ORCHESTRA, BAND, 
and various CHAMBER MUSIC groups 

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as well as practice groups, as 
are needed. While planned primarily 
to meet the n~-eds of the students in the 
Music Education Curriculum, these or- 
ganizations are always open to qualifying 
students from other departments. 

Students maj oring in Music Education 
are divided into two CHORAL ORGNIZA- 
TIONS, one made up of Freshmen and 
the other of students from the three up- 
per classes. Corresponding to the instru- 
mental chamber music groups are the 
MADRIGAL GROUPS and various EN- 
SEMBLES of women's and men's voices, 
made up for the most part of music stu- 
dents. Opportunities in the form of sep- 
arate choral organizations are provided 
for students from other departments who 
like to participate in musical activites 
but who can not qualify for membership 
in the organizations mentioned above. 
The various music groups are in consid- 
erable demand lor periormances in the 
churches, schools, and social organiza- 
tions of the College area, as well as for 
College assembly programs. 



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ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES 

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Intercollegiate football, basketball, and 
baseball games have been scheduled for 
1951-1952. In addition to the intercolle- 
giate program the students have a lively 
Interest in intramural athletics. Tourna- 
ments and class competitions afford each 
student opportunity to participate in his 
favorite sport. Among the most popular 
are tennis, swimming, basketball, volley- 
ball, soi'tball and bowling. 

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M CLUB 

President Leonard Zanowicz 

Vice President Patrick Fischetti 

Secretary Natal George 

Treasurer Gus Rossi 

Adviser Mr. Casey 

The M Club is made up o£ men who 
have earned a varsity letter in one or 
more intercollegiate sports. Its purposes 
are to encourage wholesome living and 
good sportsmanship and to stimulate in- 
terest in athletics. 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

President Bettie Nelson 

Vice President Mary Konsko 

Secretary Betty Hayden 

Treasurer Marjorie Porter 

Adviser Miss Dieffenbach 

The Women's Athletic Association aims 
to create an interest in sports, recrea- 
tional activities, and tournaments. This 
organzation sponsors many activities and 
the. members are privileged to use the 
equipment which is owned by the Asso- 
ciation. 

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RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERN- 
ING ATHLETIC COMPETITION OF 
PENNSYLVANIA STATE TEACH- 
ERS COLLEGES 

Section I. Responsibility. The President 
of each college shall be responsible for 
its athletics. He or his authorized rep- 
resentatives shall accompany any team 
which represents the college in any 
athletic contest. 

Section II. Certified Eligibility Lists. At 

least four days b&fore every official 
game, eligibility lists, certified by the 
Presidents of the competing colleges. 
shall be exchanged. 

Section III. Eligibility. 

A Years of Competition. A student 
shall not the allowed more than 
four years of intercollegiate compe- 
tition. 

Interpretation: In determing years of 
competition in all cases the following 
provision applies: participation, how- 
ever brief, in any intercollegiate, ath- 
letic competition in any college or 
junior college will cause that year to 
count as one of the allotted years of 
competition. 

Note: The. restrictions of Section III- A 
are waived in the case of a veteran. 
The year or years during which a stu- 
dent may have represented any col- 
lege, as a service* "trainee in intercol- 
legiate athletic competition, shall not 
count in his total years of eligibility. 

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B. Academic Attainment. A student to 

be eligible must have secured at 
least twelve (12) semester hours of 
work during his preceding semes- 
ter. A student having failed to 
pass twelve (12) semester hours in 
any semester may become eligible 
by attending summer sessions and 
securing a passing grade in (12) 
twelve semester hours of credit. 

C. Transfer Student. No transfer stu- 

dent shall be eligible for intercol- 
legiate comp&tion in varsity sports 
until he has completed satisfactor- 
ily a full years (or two full semes- 
ters) work at his college. 

Interpretations : 

1. Attendance at summer sessions shall 
not bo regarded as meeting the re- 
quirements of a semester's residence. 

2. The student who trains at a train- 
ing camp with a college before the 
football season opens, but who does 
not registor at the college, Is eligible 
to enter a teacher college and play 
that season. 

3. A student transferring from a regu- 
larly accredited junior college shall 
not bo affected by this rule. 

D. Amateur Rule. A student comp&t- 
ing in intercollegiate athletics shall 
be an amateur in good standing. 
An amateur sportsman is one who 
engages in sports for the physical, 
mental, or social benefits he derives 

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therafrom, and to whom the sport 
is an avocation. A student ceases 
to be an amateur and is therefor 
ineligible to participate in inter- 
collegiate competition by the com- 
mission of any of the following 
acts: 

1. Participation in any athletic 
competition under an assumed 
name, or otherwise with intent 
to deceiva. 

2. Directly or indirectly receiving 
money or remuneration for par- 
ticipation in any competition as 
a player or for coaching any 
sport. 

3. Directly or indirectly receiving 
money for signing a contract 
with a professional team in any 
sport. 

E Non-Collegiate. Competition. A stu- 
d&nt who engages, whether during 
a semester or vacation, in any ath- 
letic contest not arranged or sanc- 
tioned by his college without first 
securing special permission from 
the president of the college shall 
not be eligible to represent his col- 
lege in any sport during that se- 
mester. 

Soction IV. Varsity Competition. A 

teachers college varsity team may com- 
pitc only with varsity teams of four 
year degree granting colleges in regu- 
larly scheduled games. 

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Interpretations : 

1. Regularly scheduled games are games 
for which contracts are signed and/or 
admission charged. 

2. Where scheduling difficulties are en- 
countered this rule may be waived by 
the Athletic Committee of the Board 
of Presidents. 

Section V. All matters relating to inter- 
collegiate athletic questions shall be re- 
ferred to the Committee on Athletics of 
the Board of Presidents and be cleared 
directly through that committee. 

Section VI. These regulations shall apply 
in all intercollegiate contests. 

Section VII. These regulations shall be- 
come effective September 1, 1948. 
April 26. 1948. 



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Extra-class Point System 

The extra-class point system at Mans- 
field State Teachers College aims to dis- 
tribute responsibilities and honors in ex- 
tra-class activities among the maximum 
number of students, to assist students in 
balancing their class and extra-class ac- 
tivities, to develop competent leader- 
ship in the student body, and to promote 
efficiency in each activity. 

For the accomplishment of these pur- 
poses, each recognized extra-class activ- 
ity office has been assigned a certain 
value in points, ranging from one to ten. 
the number being determined by the 
amount of work entailed by that activity. 

No student may carry more than ten 
points and no student may serve as 
president of more than one organization 
at a time. 

Extra-class points are not credited to- 
ward academic standing. 



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The point system is administered by a 
member of the Student Council. It shall 
be the duty of this member to enforce 
the point system and to record all activ- 
ities of students in card catalogues con- 
taining a card for each student. 

The secretaries of all student groups 
must submit lists of all members and all 
officers within one week after organiza- 
tion in the fall and within two days 
after admissions or elections whenever 
these occur during the year. 

Distribution of Extra-class Points 
Student Council 

President 10 

Vice President 6 

Secretary 6 

Treasurer 6 

Men's and Women's Dormitory Councils 

President of Women's Dormitory 8 

President of Men's Dormitory 7 

Council Members 6 

Classes 
Fresh. Soph. Jun. Sen. 

President 6 6 6 7 

Vice President 2 2 2 2 

Secretary 2 2 2 2 

Treasurer 2 2 2 S 

Student Lounge Manager 7 

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Carontawan Board 

Editor — 7 

Advisory Editor 7 

Business Manager 1 

Assistant Business Manager 2 

Department Editors * 

Assistant Department Editors 2 

Flashlight 

Editor | 

Assistant Editor J» 

Business Manager 7 

Executive Board Members 4 

Reporters 3 

Day Student Clubs 

President 6 

Vice President 3 

Secretary-Treasurer 4 

Other Organizations 

President 5 

Vice President 3 

Secretary 3 

Treasurer 3 

Secretary-Treasurer 4 

Cabinet Members 2 

Rules Governing Office-holding 
Scholastic requirements for an elec- 
tive office carrying points are: 

For Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, and 
Second-semester Freshmen : 

An average of C, or 1.0. 

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For First-semester Freshmen 
A ranking in the upper half of the 
high school graduating class. 

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS ARE 
ACTIVE ONLY DURING THE ACA- 
DEMIC COLLEGE YEAR, SEPTEM- 
BER THROUGH MAY. 

The College will not assume any re- 
sponsibility for the collection of any fi- 
nancial account of any member of cam- 
pus organizations not subsidized by the 
Student Government Association. 



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SONGS 

AND 
CHEERS 




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COLLEGE SONGS 
Mansfield, Hail! 

Will George Butler 

Old Mansfield, high upon the eastern 

hill. Dear Mansfield, hail to thee! 
Thy loyal sons and daughters with a will 

Salute in melody. 
We bring a laurel wreath of praise, 

And pledge our love thro' all the 

days; 
Our Alma Mater, dear, all hail to thee! 

Old Mansfield, hail to thee! 



The world is better for the beacon light 
Which thou hast shed abroad. 

Strong hearts are stronger for the testing 
fight That leads men up to God. 

In all the varied walks of life, In peace- 
ful paths and stress of strife, 

We find thy sons and daughters true to 
thee. 
Old Mansfield, hail to thee! 



We never can forget the days we've 
spent Within thy hallowed walls. 

We'll learn sometime what all your les- 
sons meant When larger duty calls. 

For ev'ry law and rule of thine. Is made 
to fit our life's design. 

We'll consecrate our lives to Truth and 
thee, 
Old Mansfield, hail to thee! 

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The vision that we caught beneath thy 

spell Has opened up the way 
To opportunity and seTving well Upon 

the King's highway. 
We love the mem'ry of thy ways. Strong 

lads and lassies fair as fays; 
Our Alma Mater, dear, all hail to thee! 

Old Mansfield, hail to thee. 



Red and Black Victorious 

Red and Black victorious, 

Push on to the goal; 

Fight to gain a victory. 

Mighty cheers will roll. 

Fight! Fight! Fight! 

Forward, never faltering. 

Ours the goal to gain, 

And as we march on to the victory. 

Cheer for Mansfield's fame. 

Rah! Rah! Rah! 



Mansfield Victory 

George Sallade Howard 

Mansfield, Mansfield, fight, for her fame 

Touchdown, Touchdown, make that your 
aim 

Let us fight on to reach the goal, 

Let us retain our fame of ole. 

And ever forward, forward, we're back- 
ing you 

M.S.T.O. loyal and true. 

We'll spread your fame through all the 
world 

And always fight on to victory. 

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CHEERS 



Greeting Cheer 
V-I-S-I-T-O-R-S (3 times) 
Visitors, Visitors 
Hello, Visitors! 

Locomotive 
M-A-N-S-F-I-E-L-D (3 times) 
Mansfield, Mansfield, Mansfield! 

15 for the Team 

Rah, Rah, Rah Rah, Rah! 
Rah. Rah, Rah Rah, Rah! 
Rah, Rah, Rah Rah, Rah! 
Team, Team, Team! 

Divided Cheer 

TE— AM TE— AM 

TE— AM TE— AM 

TE— AM TE— AM 
Team, Team, Team! 

Red and Black 

Red and Black— fight, fight, fight! 

Red and Black— fight, fight, fight! 

Red and Black— fight, fight, fight! 
Fight, fight, fight! 

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INDEX 

Absences and Excuses 14 

Absences from Campus (Women) 62 

Academic Regulations 12 

Artists Courses 31 

Art Club 109 

Assemblies 31 

Association of Childhood Edu 108 

Athletic Activities 113 

Automobiles (Men) 81 

Automobiling (Women) 66 

Bank, First National 34 

Book and Supply Store 29 

Buildings, Use of 24 

Bulletin Boards 30 

Calendar, The 1951-1952 College 37 

Care of Rooms (Men) 84 

Care of Rooms (Women) 70 

Carontawan 110 

Changing Courses 13 

Churches «— 33 

Classes 93 

Class Officers 95 

College Players 110 

College Recognition 2 

Constitution of Classes 96 

Constitution of Day Students' 

Organization 87 

Constitution of Men's Dormitory 

Association 77 

Constitution of Student Government 46 

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Constitution of Women's Dormitory 

Association 5$ 

Day Student Officers 87 

Day Students' Organization 85 

Day Students' Regulations 90 1 

Dining Room Regulations 23 

Directory of Buildings 132 

Dropping Subjects 13- 

Electrical Equipment (Women) 69> 

Examination Regulations 17 

Financial Assistance 29 

Fire Regulations for North Hall 71 

Fire Regulations for South Hall 81 

Flashlight, The HI 

Grades 12 

Guests (Men) 82 

Guests (Women) 68 

Infirmary Regulations 22 

Initiation, Fraternity and Club 82 

Kappa Delta Pi 103 

Kappa Omicron Phi 104 

Lambda Mu 104 

Laundry 69 

Library Regulations 18 

Lost-and-found Department 39 

Mail Service 29 

Mansfield Athletic Award Policy 118 

Mansfield, Hail 125 

Map of Campus 133 

"M" Club 114 

Men's Dormitory Association 75 

Men's Dormitory Council 7T 

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Men's Dormitory Regulations 81 

Miscellaneous Information 2» 

Motion Pictures 32 

Musical Instruments, Playing (Men) 83 
Musical Instruments, Special Rooms 

for Playing (Women) 70 

Musical Organizations 112 

Music Educators Club 108 

North Hall Social Regulations 68 

Omicron Gamma Pi 109 

Passenger Elevator Service 30 

Password, The 112 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 105 

Phi Sigma Pi 105 

Point System, Extra-class 119 

Post Office, U. S. 34 

President's Message 7 

Quality Points 12 

Radios (Men) 84 

Recordings 21 

Rules Governing Athletic Competi- 
tion Pennsylvania State Teachers 

Colleges H5 

Sigma Zeta 106 

Songs and Cheers 123 

Student Activities 101 

Student Council 45 

Student Government 43 

Student Regulations 

Suggestions to the Freshmen 8 

Table of Contents 3 

Telephone Service 2S> 

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Transfers 16 

Trays, Requests for 22 

Vesper Services 32 

Women's Athletic Association 114 

Women's Dormitory Association 53 

Women's Dormitory Council 55 

Women's Dormitory Regulations 61 

Y. M. C. A. 106 

Y. W. C. A. 107 



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UIRECTORY OF BUILDINGS AND 
CLASSROOMS 

Buildings and classrooms are designat- 
ed by the systems of symbols which fol- 
low: 



Buildings 


No. 


Initials 


1 


EB 


2 


EC 


3 


GB 


4 


SA 


5 


AB 


6 


PH 


7 


MD 


8 


AH 


9 


NH 


10 


GH 


11 


JH 


12 


SB 


13 


IB 


14 


SP 


15 


SC 


16 


TC 


Classrooms 



Name of Building 
Elementary Building 
Education Center 
Gymnasium Building 
Straughn Auditorium 
Arts Building (Music and 
Home Economics) 
President's Home 
New Men's Dormitory 
Alumni Hall 

North Hall (Administrative 
Offices. Women's Dormitory 
and Library) 
Green House 
Junior High School 
New Science Building 
Infirmary Building 
Swimming Pool 
Student Center 
Tennis Courts 



1-99 — Below ground level 
100-199 — Ground level 
200-299— Above ground level 



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