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EMCOE Volume 1 — Number 9 Edited at Eastern Montana College of Education Published Weekly Staff: Dorothy Dusapin. Editor; Paul Stark Associate Editor; Marlin Payne, Business Manager & Humor; Kathleen Baker, News Editor; Jo Driscoll, Associate News Editor; Vivian Larson, Features; Catherine Freeburg, Society Editor; Otis Packwood, Sports Editor; Earl Halverson and Robert Carbone, Sports Reports; Dorothy Cohn, Reporter; Gus Anton, Make-up: Bonnie Cattnach, Secretary; Mrs. Brown, Advisor. EDITORIAL— Cafeteria Situation As most of you know this question of high prices in the cafeteria has been of leading importance in almost every issue of EMCOE since the first editorial upon the subject was published. It was hoped that with a little urging from the voice of the student body action would be demanded and results would be obtained. However, it seems that the student body wanted action but only demanded it temporarily. Where was the strength of those demands? Where was the backing for your representative on this question? Furthermore we can now add a third question, Where are the demanded results? If any of you care to recall, a Student Union Board meeting was called to discuss the labor and prices of the cafeteria and at the request of the Board anyone even remotely interested or concerned was invited to attend. Other than the members there was only one person apparently interested enough that attended this meeting. It is highly improbable that this one person could achieve results that the majority of the student body should have attained. This entire question would not have been presented in EMCOE had it not originally been done so at the request of the students. Now W2 have the answer to that third question—where are the de- manded results? There are no satisfactory results because there ceased to be a demand for them. This summary is only meant to bring out the facts and not to place any one particular person in the wrong. According to the poll that appears in this issue, several students think that too much stress has been put on the cafeteria situation. Therefore, if this is what the students want, EMCOE, as one of the students' major voices in the college, will not print anything in the future in regard to this, unless it is so requested by the student body. COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS ARCHIE COCHRANE MOTORS YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER CAMPUS COMMITTEE Joe Bender Dick Bjorgum Alex Cameron Adolph Christensen Robert Deming Lynn Erb Marlene Freeman Rudy Firm Bud Gilbert Donna Gloege Jerine Grimstad Earl Halverson Pat Harrington Jackie Harrison Lorraine Holden Patti Kline Stan Mollerstuen George Moore George Moore Loretta Nelson Leo Norman YOUNG FASHIONS for YOUNG BUDGETS 29th & 1st Ave. North Page Two EMCOE December 1, 1949 STUDENT LOUNGE PLANNING AND GOVERNING BOARD Planning Marceau Blank Marinell Randolph Bill Renner Anita Smith Governing June Bjorgum Jerine Grimstad Pat Harrington Jackie Harrison Jim Nicholson Bob Sando Al Staley Paul Stark Don Vladic Beatrice Vogel STUDENT UNION BOARD Alles, Peter Cattnach, Bonnie Dusapin, Dorothy Hanson, Carl Heins, Lester lams, Celeste Morledge, Tom Robinson, Ed PAYLESS DRUG • • . headquarters for school supplies Remember—Payless Has Everything! -`..=• ■••■•■■•N\ . 4 ■ .•\•\• •\■•■•Ne s.i`s\. .•\•\•• • ■ • • •••••• gs...... •••• ■ ••• ■ ••••• ■ •• ■ ••••• ■ 11• I QUESTION OF THE WEEK What would you like to see improved in the EMCOE?' Frank Kology: I would prefer one solid page of jokes such as `Brotha' Paine's. June Berg: Have my name on every page. Pat Harrington: Cut out con- flicts between sports editors and team. Pat Driscoll: Something dif- ferent in the editorials instead of harping on the same thing all the time. (Cafeteria situation). Windy Ott: It's okay by me. Gloria Dickerson: More stud- ents name could be used in vari- ous feature articles. Gus Anton: Should be written on a college-age level, no lower. (Is there a lower level?) Bonnie Cattnach: One or two more silly poems. Tom Keating: I think it's just so s's'swell! Eldora Walters: More 'cat corners' — everyday happenings that affect students. Roy Carlson: More short col- umns of everyday doings. It gives more kids a natural interest in the paper instead of what they already know. Donna Dorfler: My organic chemistry answers! Gene Brown: More gossip about people, not including myself. JoAnn Cusick: Shouldn't rake people over the coals as the cafe- teria situation is doing. It should- n't be raising such a conflict. (Over half the school agrees with you on that!) Betty Zeiler and Shirley Spoon- er: We thank you from the bot- tom of our journalistic hearts. Celeste lams: Too much cafe- teria. (Agreed.) Peggy McCulloch: Would like to see some of the teachers' opinions and remarks—the editorials are wonderful. ANNUAL TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT By Brotha Paine Football season: The time of year when you can walk down the street with a blonde on one arm and a blanket on the other and no cop gives you a funny look. Some of the congressional in- vestigators would look for bones in animal crackers. Twenty years ago the girls nev- er thought of doing the things they do nowadays. That's why they didn't do them. It usually takes five years for a tree to produdt nuts, but this isn't true of a family tree. Strange that men call money \dough.\ Dough sticks to your fingers. There is the Scotch doctor who had a patient who ran up a temperature of 108. The doctor put him in the cellar to heat the building. Wedding--A funeral where you smell your own flowers. The old-time woman who saved her wedding dress for her daugh- ter now has a daughter who saves her own wedding dress for her next wedding. Angie K.: \Who was that guy I saw you kissing last night?\ Dorothe C.: \What time was it?\ Don't take too much interest in the affairs of your neighbors. Six per cent will do. BUILDINGS & GROUNDS Greg Clavadetscher Raymond Frank Russel Leach Irene Messmer Jim Newell Mr. Johnson, Faculty Advisor COMMENCEMENT June Bjorgum Adolph Christensen Viola Isaacson Jack Kidd Duane McCurdy Jim Nicholson Barbara Rookhuizen Bob Sando Mr Gloege, Faculty Advisor CURRICULUM Catherine Freeberg Peggy McCulloch Irene Messmer George Moore Tom Morledge May Richard Robert Sando William Serrette Betty Wilson Mr. Aikens, Faculty Advisor BOOKSTORE Glen Auer June Berg Hugh Bristor Charles Carolan Rheta Edsall Belle Farmer Hermina Laber Marlene Works Mr. M. Johnson, Faculty Advisor ICICKAMMICAVOC-bgetNEWILICCIIMIEW-V Ai w if A W A World of A If VHANDBAGS and JEWELRY1 ; Review of Hamlet By Pinkey Blevins First written by a man named Shakespeare (deceased). Rewrit- ten by a man named Blevins (dis- appeared). There were a couple of corp- orals shooting craps one night on top of a castle in Denmark in lieu of being on guard duty. Incident- ally, that is an affliction peculiar to corporals. First Corp.: (Pointing to the darkened sky) \Egads!\ Second Corp.: (Following point) \Yes Egads!\ First Corp.: \Yea Egads, Ga- zooka and Yipe!\ Second Corp.: \Why Yipe?\ First Corp.: \Oh I don't know. It seems to fit in here.\ Second Corp.: \True. But we must report this to Horatio.\ The next ten or twelve pages have been torn out of the book I am using, but it is logical to be- lieve this is what happened. The boys tell Horatio who tells Hamlet whose first words of the play come in here, \Egads Egads, Egads.\ Profane devils, weren't they? The soldiers had seen a ghost who looked very much like the late King of Denmark, i.e., Ham- let Sr. This left everyone con- cerned highly perplexed, sore, vexed, etc., Again pages are miss- ing, but I shall assume this is what happened. That night when everyone was beddy-by, Hamlet Jr. went to the top of the castle to see his old man. Sure enough, there the old boy was peering out from under his bird cage in full-length beard. A little seedy-looking, but none the worse for wear considering where he had been. This conver- sation ensued. Hamlet Sr.: \Hello son.\ Hamlet Jr.: \Hi pop.\ Sr.: \They rubbed me out son, so they could have my throne.\ Jr.: \Who did it, Pa? I'll get them for it.\ Sr.: \Claude and his mob. They're making a moll out of your mother.\ Jr.: \So long, Pa, I'll fix 'em!\ Sr.: \So long, kid.\ There are only two incidents from here to end that I deem worthy of mention. One is when Hamlet stands on top of the house and says, \To be, or not to be.\ It doesn't make sense but it is a very famous quotation. The other is the part about him picking a skull, looking at it and saying, \Ah! 'tis true. You had holes in your head!\ At the end of the play everybody gets knocked off, including Hamlet. All in all, though, it is a good mystery story to read sometime. Who knows? Someday I might even read it! CHEERLEADERS Donna Bly Dona Dunn Hermina Laber Vivian Larson Jane Twitchell Jackie Harrison, Director YOU CAN GET IT AT GRAPPLE'S INC. Estb. 1893 DRUGS KODAK FINISHING PRESCRIPTIONS STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES Broadway at Montana Ave. STUDENT COUNCIL June Bjorgum, Senior Pres. Bonnie Cattnach, Treasurer Beverley Dirkes, Secretary Irene Donohoe, W.A.A. Donna Dorfler, Katoya Dorothy Dusapin, EMCOE Janet Hartley, Freshman, Rep. Gene Huntley, Vice-President Tom Morledge_ Freshman Rep. Francis Murphy, Freshman, Rep. Jim Nicholson, Sophomore Pres. Leo Norman, Business Club Otis Packwood, Inter-col. Knights Bruce Rafn, M.E.A. May Richard, Delta Psi Omega Ed Robinson, Student Union Bd. Bob Sando, President Don Vladic, Freshman Pres. Beatrice Vogel, Ski Club Paul Stark, Junior Pres. Frances Balock Rose Barney Janice Bayers Earletta Bell Hugh Bristor Robert Carbone Pat Carty Dorothy Cohn Pat Driscoll Esther Duran Phyllis Dyrud Betty Eastlick Don Emerson Nettie Felton Don Gambill Martin Gambill Christina Glantz Jerine Grimstad Earl Halverson Janet Hartley John Imsande Barbara Keating Neil Keefer Tom Kilpatrick Patti Kline Vivian Larson Ramona Liming Harry Manuel Mary Matti Carolyn McCoy Walt Meredith Stanley Mollerstuen Agnes Mosdahl Jim Newell Myles Peterson Frances Petroff Thelma Robbins Estelle Strong Gerldine Swihart Delores Tossett Virginia Vicinus Bob Wakenshaw Thelma Wertz Donna Whitt Mrs. Brown, Faculty Advisor BATON TWIRLERS Gloria Dickerson Phyllis Dyrud Pauline Herrenbrunk Ramond Liming Yvonne Rumph Joan Sessions Marion Shammel Barbara Stout at I PENNEY'S yi te W A W A A W Buy a Gift-a-day A )9 W on A w A W LAY-A-WAY Ai If $ NA' 71:11t1 , 2 1 2021r212 - 27,12r) , VMP2111,90',--

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