Emcoe (Billings, Mont.) 1949-1959, March 13, 1959, Image 2

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NIFTY Cleaning at THRIFTY prices . . Call 5-5050 CLEANERS 122 North 27th St. Page 2 EMCOE March 13, 1959 K amp us Katie Were You There!!!!? This Week at Eastern March 15-31, April 1-3, 1959 ART EXHIBITS: LUDWIG BEMELMANS, Feb. 23-March 22, 1959 JOHN ROOD. March 24-April 15, 1959 Sunday, March 15 2:00 P.M. U.C.C.F.—W.R.H. Monday, March 16 FINAL EXAMS Tuesday, March 17 FINAL EXAMS Wednesday, March 18 FINAL EXAMS END OF WINTER QUARTER Monday. March 23 SPRING QUARTER REGISTRATION Tuesday, March 24 11:00 A.M. Student Legislature—AD 4:00 P.M. SPURS—SUB 7:00 P.M. Opening reception, John Rood Exhibit—SUB Wednesday, March 25 7:00 P.M. SPURS STUDY TABLE—SUB 7:15 P.M. MOVIE—\Grapes of Wrath\— SUB 8:30 P.M. EASTERN HIGHLIGHTS— KOOK Radio Thursday, March 26 4:00 P.M. PEP CLUB—SUB Friday, March 27 GOOD FRIDAY EASTER HOLIDAY WEEKEND Monday, March 30 7:30 P.M. STUDENT UNION BOARD—SUB Tuesday, March 31 4:00 P.M. SPURS—SUB 6:30 P.M. PDK Dinner—SUB 7:00 P.M. SPUR STUDY TABLE—SUB Wednesday, April 1 7:00 P.M. SPUR STUDY TABLE—SUB 7:30 P.M. ALUMNI—SUB Thursday, April 2 4:00 P.M. PEP CLUB—SUB Friday, April 3 9:00 P.M. Opening Mixer—SUB Dear Editor: In regard to the recent surge of an unchartered organization known as Beatniks, I think it is time that stu- dents take notice of these people in their strange physical attire and do something about it or write a new code of ethics for our generation. I don't think that the majority of Eastern's students should condone these antics. I'm not condemning this minority group for their so-called interest in the fine arts but does a person have to dress in such a dispickable (sic) manner in order to get the full effect and feeling of the arts? It was made rather clear a month ago that girls were not permitted to wear slacks or levis neither (sic) on nor (sic) off campus. Therefore lets (sic) eliminate the sockless, rag denim, sweatshirt contingent which has invaded our campus. F. P. Gallagher PERSONALIZED STATIONERY Peterson Print Shop 2712 2nd Ave. N. Ph. 3-3513 A striking brunette who rates a second look from nearly every male on campus is EMCOE's Kampus Kutie, Barbara Marie Matelich, 19- year-old sophomore Elementary Edu- cation major from Anaconda. Barb says she likes \men and more men!\ steak, roquefort dressing, clothing of all kinds, and the great outdoors. On land or sea, she likes to ski, and she also loves to dance. Pretty Barb Matelich is in many activities which absorbs much of her time at Eastern. She is a member of several organizations, among them S.E.A., Pi Kappa Delta, and Ski Club. She is an avid supported of Eastern's football and basketball teams. In spite of all these activities, Barbara maintains a good grade average in her studies. STAFF News, Barbi Huber, Marge Kravisin; Clubs, Al Bielefeld; Sports, Gaylord Guenin; Ads, Ruth Dye; Photos. Ray Youdan; Layout, Pat Isaacson; Typist. Pat Peterson; Reporters, Bob Ehli, Norma Jensen, Jean Zimbleman, Karen Moore, George Pfaff. Last week the Student Legislature received several \gripes\ about the lack of number of date dances being held this quarter. To remedy the situation the dorms sponsored a date dance Friday night. The dorms went to considerable trouble to hire Addison Bragg for the occasion. The stage was all set for a successful dance but, you can guess what happened. Only eighteen couples showed which means only 36 out of a student body of 900 made an appearance. Where were these people who wanted the date dance? The person who wrote an editorial in a previous EMCOE edition concerning this issue was observed at the Milky Way with his date on Friday night during the dance, where he could have been any other night of the week. Why did he write that article if he didn't plan to attend the dance? Or does he just like to gripe! Now we ask you, which function proves more successful, a date or a mixer dance? We will let you draw your own conclusions. Pete Elliott SAVE V 10 on your cleaning . . . bring it in, pick it up for our 10% over the counter discount Rainbow Cleaners 3 Minutes Away—at 27th and Poly First at 29th Blue Bell Jeanie Blouses $1.98 Styled by finest Sports Wear designers In checks, stripes, solid colors Your most popular blouse for wearing right through summer. Machine wash- able, sleeveless styles, as advertised in LIFE magazine and guaranteed by GOOD HOUSEKEEPING seal of approval. Select Now — Sizes 3 2 - 3 8 Sportswear—Street Floor GRAND LANES BOWLING ALLEYS Free Bowling Instruction Any Afternoon \Learn to Bowl the Right Way\ 2032 Grand Ave. Phone 2-0300

Emcoe (Billings, Mont.), 13 March 1959, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/Emcoe/1959-03-13/ed-1/seq-2/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.