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Volo 1, Noo 1 -- *.t...41 , 4naersacerx. Ari . ,..rletals.,1AstrAgavaavapommtwolveapostA\:1..I..... 471imilime Billinc l l a jtinntana STUDENT UNION BUILDING BIee OPEN TOLAY Bide for the building of Eaetcrus new etudent Dann Building will be opoeed today ee Helena° Meeting with the State Poard of examiner° will be Dro AoGo Paterson, Dr. R e Lowe of the fsaculty, Fre Paymond 'Torcie Mr, Leonard Sundell, the arohiteots„ eim Roberts, Jerry Kemp, and George Knudson, ehe Student Union Board The Cost of the building is estimated eo be around $120 e 000 with around U e 000 eeft to furnish the new buildingo There is also $600000 for a new piano o Furniture in he present student lounge eill also be usedo The building should be ready for occupancy by the spring quarter of 19650 When completed the butiding will include a lounge,, snaokbar„ barber shop game room, and combination dine ing /nem and ballroom The bookstore will else be located in the building There will be a race for the student activities office end student publioations officeo Plane call for the installation of an intereemmunioations system at a later dateo Construction o\ the building should be- pin In about two weekeo FIRST CONVOCATION TO SE UNLD TONIGHT T1 , 3 first in the summer session convoe cation series will be held tonight, in the ac!onoe e)alitorium o Mr o Eael LUCPS 0 Eastern faculty nember, will be in clarge of tonirhts convocat]on e and eill feature three art films, Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso and Leonardo Da Vinci,, All Three of the eilms have receive i high award aed it is believed that the showing on the eastern oempue will prove enjoyable to all studentee Convocation time is 8 re, mo and there wiel be an informal reception following, fl w INSTUCTORS ADDED TO FACULTY FOR ALL Pour' new instructors have joined the Eactern 2aculty to begin next fall., They are Mr. Albert Hopkins. education, Mro Ale reed Humehreye, mueio e Dr o Dallas Sutten e science and Dr o Wilson Clark, conaervationist e New teachers at the Eaetern Elementary hool will include Mrs,, eary Curtis and ialsk ;Lem Cleereman, elune 10 19 . 64 CAFETERIA UNDER NEVI MANAGSVe•NT The cafeteria is now beire operated by Mr. and Mrso Ed Anderson. Up until this time the oafeteria has been operated under the EinSPIORS of the Student Utica Board° It was felt better service could be offered if tee cafertia was leased to a privets individual, Mr. and 're. Anderson now have a Oix month lease on the equipment in the cafeteria° At the cud of this period if the cafeteria is being operated to the satisfaction of both the Anderson's and the Student Union Board they will be offer- • ed a renewal on the lease, Th©y will also be offered a franchaise on the new SUB cafeteria ° ENROLUdeNT HEAVIER THIS YEAR According to Mr. Linooln J. Atkins, Regictrar e the enrollment so far this year has been on the whole heavier than last year at this timed The enrollment figures will be released at a later date. Mr. Atkins feels that the enrollment will ereatly sure pass last years,, ALL 'SCHOOL PICNIC TUESDAY The first all-school picnic will be held Tuesday, June 15th,, weather permitting, The picnic will take place in the picnic area which is located to the rear of the gymo In the tat the alleschool picnics have proved to he a favorite activity of the summer session° The picnic is scheduled to begin at 12.715 po me LLOYD LA 11AUX‘TO APPEAR JUNE 16 Lloyd La Vux, \The Poet of the Accordion,' will appear in concert here on June 16th at 8t00 po me in the college auditoriums Mio La Vaux has appeared on the profess- ional stage sinc, the age of six, During World War Il he served with the Allied Intelligence Service in Europe and received the Meer Star for \gallantry in action in Northeen France,,\ Since :19.46 W-Q , La Vaux has been concen- trating on eele oancert music, transcriptions of the classics for the a000rdion and original pieces,,