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^Twrvt, I FARMNGDALB. LONG BLAND NEW YORK 550 Stndett To Graduate Alpha Eta Rho Award. 11am Collins. .Wll- Long Island Chapter #88 of Am-erican Society of Tool and Manu-facturing Engineers Award. . . John P. Holm, Uoyd Weblad. Wall Street journal Award. . . Louise Scoggins. Amityville Garden Club Award • , .Gustave Wade. Bmofne'Teeh May 17. 1962, Parmlngdale played htat to a wonderful choral group £rom Broome Tecfanlcal Cointnudty Cellege. Aside from President Laffiln's Inauguraticm. this ccmcert was the first maj<Mr event to be held in our new field house. Under the directimi of Charles M. Greene, the choral group present-ed an enlightftning program for us. The entire grcH^), ccmsisting of about one hundred students was divided into smaller greups. The tech Tone Masters, an all male chorus, sang both secular and popular music. They sang sudi songs as Adoramus Te Criste by Palestrina and Glory to God by Qregor as well as many songs from My Fair Lady._Tbe CoDege Choir, consisting of male and some female singers presented superbly such songs as No Man is an Island and the Happy Wandertr. Selections were also presented by the Marksmen, an all male trio and the Campus Co-Eds. The program came to a close after die full chorus sang old favorites such as You'll Never Walk Alone and Stormy Weather. Broome Tech is a two year Qollege similar to ours. Their primary emphasis of the student i s maintaining good scholarship. Hewever, they take pride in their extra-curricular activities, especially their chorus. The preseittation of this ccmcert now gives our schMl an added incentive to organize our own chorus. '^Yearbook Day'' July 15 The yeart>ook staff is planning to have a "Yearbook Day" on July 15, at 12 noon. All students are, cordially invited to pick up their yearbook at this time in Knapp Hall Lounge. The staff iflans to have an in-formal reception and possibly a beach party reunicm. lliey urge all students to mark this date on their calendars and remind them to bring their bathing suits. This rec^Xion will give all ttie students, especially the seniors, an opportunity to have their yearbooks signed. As of the present time, there is no Yearbook staff for the coming year. Anyone interested in any area of yeaxiwok woxic should contact Mr. Adamo before leaving for va-cation. If you would like to see a year book for your class—ACT NOW. Remeber "Yeaibook Day" on July 15,19621 This year's Islander under the editorship of Miss Diane R<»nbacfa, promises to be one of the best yearbooks ever published for State University. There is no diarge for these books, they have already been liaid for out of Student Activities I.U. cards must be presented at Yeaxbook Day if you wish to obtain your ISLANDER. wt^i/a/t' Vol, XXXII No. 20 S1;ATE UNIVaSITY AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL iNSTITUTE AT FARMINGDiUE Students Receive Awards Friday May 18, 1%2, an awards assembly was held in our new field house. The purpose of this assembly was to honor all those seniors and freshmen who have done outstanding work for the school this year. The many awards ranged from the fields of art to that of horticulture. Coagratulati(«is should be ex-tended to the following recipients of the awards: . Intornational Flower Show Award for Landscape Class. • • ICurl Schnizter. L :4ui- ww >Tneh'sGafdeiiShd« Award for Nursery Class. . • Ralph Boyens. Faculty Awarcf for Art. . .Lu-cille Baron. Henry Steimnamu Lin-da Reinhardt. Faculty Award for Music« . • Barbara Mio-gulies, William Geer-tsen, Alonso Wilson. Faculty Award for Adoninistra-tive AssistanL . .Ftancis Paln^ ter. Faculty Award for Advertising Secretary. , .Margaret Sweeney. Faculty Award for Industrial Secretary. . .Catherine Massari. Alpha Chapter National Office Management Association Awards for Best Groomed Students. . . Joanne Missack. John Holm. Long Island National Office Man-agement Association Collegiate A-ward. . Jon Halsall, Madeline Qaltaitis. Collegiate NOMA, Alpha uiiapter. National Office Management As-sociation Award for Outstanding Service to Student Chapter. .. . David Allee. American Legiwi Award. . .. Margaret Sweeney. Long Island Society Chapter of American Institute of Archi-tects Award. . O^oger, Merriman, Thomas Mojo, George Evans. Air Conditioning, Heating and Ventilating Magazine Award. . . Thomas McCann. Snow and Depew Adv ertising Art Scholarship. . .Gtace Thom-as. Halsey B. Knapp Advertising Art Scholarship. . .Thomas Schin-kel. David Loutit Award. . . . Cajvin Struck. Junior American Dental Hygen-ienist Associati(»i Scholarship. . . Patricia Rollins. Julia T. Emerson Award. . . Loretta Poll. Beatrice Moo^rgan Goodrich Award.. .Joanne Morlock. J. J. Vogler Scholarship. . . Richard Michell. Matinecock Garden Cli^ A-ward. . .Albert PascuUlo. North Country Garden Club Scholarship. . .Gene CasteUano. Women's Club of Qreat Neck Garden Department Scholarship... Sharon Paquette. North Shore Horticultural So-, ciety Scholarship. . .Carl Schniz-ler. On Skinday, June 10, State University Agricultural and Technical Institute will hold its 43rd commencement program. The ceremonies will be held, for the first time, in our new-completed field house ait two o'clock. The program will open with the processional of the 550 e9q)ectant graduates. Alsonso Wilson, from the class of 1963, will provide the musical background, on the organ, Joseph A. Herrmann will then lead the audience in our National Ai^em. The Invocation will then be given by Reverend William B. Henesy of St. Martin's Church in Amityville. This year's principal speaker will be Suffolk County's Executive. H. Lee Dennison. He will address the graduating class. Dean Willenbrock will then present the Hilda Ward Senior Prize. This will be a scholarship given to the most deserving senior. Follow-ing this,' Robert Ench, President of the Allumnl Association will present the Alumni Senior Prize and the Citation Alumnus of the year. Charles W. Laffin Jr., president of the University, will then begin with the awarding of the individual degrees. This is the first time in the history of the college that this has been done. It is felt that it will add more warmth to the ceremony. Edward Baker. President of the Senior Board of Governors, and the Senior Class, will present the Senior Class Gift ta the University. Tickets for tte commencement exercises are not on sale to t te students or the general public. A limited number are given to each student of the graduating class so that the parents and relatives of these students may be invited. All of the graduating seniors will receive associate degrees in conq)liance with the various courses they have taken during the last two years. Everyone is invited to the reception aftor graduation. Weather permitting, the reception will be held on the lawn between Dorm One and Conklin Hall. Refreshments will be served. Participants are urged to wear Academic Robes. After graduating, many of the Seniors will begin work in the fields of their choice. A great number will transfer to other colleges. Many of the male graduates will be serving their country for the next few years in some branch of the armed forces. Regardless of where the member of the Senior Class of 1962 go after graduation, they will, undoubtedly, remember their years at S.U.A.T.I. « being both profitable and enjoyable.
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FARMNGDALB. LONG BLAND
Alpha Eta Rho Award.
Long Island Chapter #88 of Am-erican
Society of Tool and Manu-facturing
Engineers Award. . .
John P. Holm, Uoyd Weblad.
Wall Street journal Award. . .
Amityville Garden Club Award
• , .Gustave Wade.
May 17. 1962, Parmlngdale played htat to a wonderful choral group
£rom Broome Tecfanlcal Cointnudty Cellege.
Aside from President Laffiln's Inauguraticm. this ccmcert was the