Emcoe (Billings, Mont.) 1949-1959, January 23, 1959, Image 3

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first at 29th Gals! 10 New Colors and Gambler Stripes! Women's H Bar C Ranch Pants $18.75 Best for casual wear. And now in 10 new exciting colors. 100% vir- gin wool. Select yours in sizes 22-36. Vaughn's Sportswear. STREET FLOOR CLUB NOTES—(Continued) Omega's president, will direct Chek- hov's \Marriage Proposal.\ Art Collector Speaks Jim Newton, Montana State Col- lege graduate and collector of Span- ish art, held the spotlight at the Social Science club meeting Janu- ary 19, at 7:30 in the library of the Ed. Building. Newton spoke on Span- ish medieval art, particularly in the field of architecture. To supplement his talk, he showed slides of the dif- ferent types of medieval architecture. He also exhibited several examples of Gothic religious carvings dating from the 14th century. The business meeting consisted of changing the meeting night from the third Mon- day to the third Tuesday of the month. Student Legislature Acts Recent Student Legislature action revealed that E. Lyle Cooper re- signed as adviser because of too much other work. Richard C. Grov- er, forensics, requested $500 to fi- nance a 5-student spring trip to Bowling Green, Ohio, for a Phi Kap- pa Delta convention. The legislature appropriated $432.00 for the band tour. A motion by the Deans' Coun- cil that future requests for student funds should be routed through re- spective chairmen was adopted. Pen & Rule to Meet Sally Burkhardt, Program Chair- man has planned a special meeting for Tuesday, Jan. 27th in the SUB conference room. —Cont. Col. 3 January 23, 1959 EMCOE Page 3 Delinquent Behavior: A Critique By J. D. McGann, Coordinator C. P. Center The article entitled \The Shook-Up Generation\ which appeared in the columns of this paper last week presented an interesting and facile report on the subject of juvenile delinquency. This treatment of a prominent na- tional concern could well stand on its own merit—as indeed it did—when compared with other reports of a similar nature in newspapers and period- icals having a much larger critical public than the EMCOE. However, com- munion of thought does not necessarily insure such thought to be valid and sufficient, or, for the matter, even reasonable. In fact, I would say that the popular press has left a great deal to be desired in its treatment of youthful delinquency. It is rather the fashion nowadays to single out particular groups for a general \lambasting\ perhaps on the theory that humility is good for the soul—witness our poor though not always benighted teachers. (Fashion now dictates that parents shall be pillared for the social behaviour of their offspring.) However I would maintain that while parents may share in the responsibility for the activities of their children they can- not be solely accountable, as I would likewise feel that teachers might suf- fer some accusations in truth with- out being even able to aspire to all the guilt which has been constructed for them. Society is constructed of individ- uals. Social life consists of the in- teraction of these individuals. The rules by which society conducts it- self are the outgrowth of the exper- iences of those individuals or their predecessors. In effect then, the ac- tivities, thoughts, conduct and re- sponses of societal members are in- fluenced by their associations and experiences within the society as well as by the rules, codes, ethics and other formal and informal regu- latory systems by which the society maintains itself. (to be continued next week) MILKY WAY Where Eastern Students Meet Hallmark Cards, Cosmetics Cameras and Film Pens, Gifts, Candy Jewelry, Stationery 6-Hr. Photo Finishing MEDICAL CENTER PHARMACY Ray C. Steiner Registered Pharmacist Airport Road at Poly \The Leader of the Band\ LEONARD B. SMITH Programs for the winter concert are at the printers now, Richard B. Colwell, Director of Band, an- nounced recently. The concert, scheduled for Feb. 12 at 7:30 p.m., will be directed by Leonard Smith, famed cornet solo- ist, conductor, and teacher. The concert will culminate an all-day cornet clinic conducted on campus by Smith. Pen & Rule (Continued) The program will consist of a tape recording entitled \The Mystery of Money.\ This is the first in a series of 17 tapes to be presented.

Emcoe (Billings, Mont.), 23 Jan. 1959, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/Emcoe/1959-01-23/ed-1/seq-3/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.