STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
LONG ISLAND AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
FARMTNGDALE, L. L, N. Y.
Vol. XXV, No. 5 January 31, 1955
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MEET RAMBLER STAFF FOR '55
Seated, L. to R.: E. Neukum, L. LeRoy, M. Oliva, F. Abate, J. Goldenblum, J. Birkentall, Miss Mantino, Editor Giuiiano, Mr. Floyd, E.
Donner, C. Berg, E. Singer, J. Capraruio, and P. Bach.
Standing, L. to R.: D. Johanson, C. Cassius, S. Coffee, J. Braunstein, M. Scliwartz, S. White, J. Jakofsky, S. Shilensky, I. Kroll, S. Zelazny.
by Sylvia Shilensky
The most beautiful, popular and
talented girl on campus is a T.S.A.
senior, Mary Lou Schadt. Mary
Lou is well known to most of us
bccauso of her numerous public
appearances here at LIATI. She
is a member of the Islander, the
Tccli Theatre Club, and is an ac-companist
for the Male Chorus,
besides having a radio show every
"Miss Rambler" attended Welling-ton
C. Mepham High School where
she also was awarded many honors.
She was in the a cappella chair
for 3 years, secretaz-y of the Drama
Club and was elected the best
actress and second best wit in
Mepham's senior poll.
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RAMBLER ELECTS NEW STAFF
by Irene Kroll
The Rambler held their elections
for the 1955-56 Staff Wednesday.
January 12th. Top honors go to
Myrna Swartz, our new Editor-in-
Chief. Other members of the new
Staff are: Business Manager, Henry
Koenigsmen; News Editor, Sharon
White; and Feature Editor, Irene
Congratulations, Frosh, here's
hoping you can emulate the Senior
Four Finalists In Miss Rambler Contest
In the December issue of The
Rambler the article "Note On
Christmas" was taken i.n part from
an article in the Northeast Farm
Foundation. Credit should have