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Angola Tri State Triangle (Newspaper) - October 15, 1965, Angola, Indiana 3 TriState Indiana October 1965 FALL FESTIVAL BEGINS OCTOBER 221 Jazz Quintet Will Present Concert The Art Van Damme Quintet will present a swinging jazz concert at eight Friday as the opening event of the 196566 TriState College concert announces William Dean of Students at the This en tertainment will open the Fall week This is the first pro grams scheduled for the 196366 concert The Purdue Uni versity Glee Club will bring their excellent here on Friday February and the spring concert will be presented on Thursday even March by the Fort Wayne Philharmonic The concerts will be given in the new gymnasium auditorium of the Angola High and all are open to the public as well as to TriState College General admission tickets are per and TriState stu dents are admitted without charge on presentation of their ID There are no reserved seats for any of the Coming to Angola directly from where they per form in the National cago the Art Van Damme Quintet brings a pro gram of exceptionally fine enter The quintet includes Van accordionist Max drummer Claude and lew Ska Their stwinging jazz style has propelled the Art Van Damme Quintet into leading positions in popularity polls both with critics and Van Damme himself has won the Down Beat award as the nations top The Art Van Damme Quintet has been heard NBC net works and on nearly every other live radio or TV program em anating from including the Dave Garroway the Howard Miller The Ran stom Sherman Henry Cookes Bob and Kay with on as well as with the Tonight the Today and Mike Douglas w 01 Convocation The Presidents Convocation ill be held at three foursday October a the Angola High School gym All students are re quested to attend this important Members of the fac ulty and administrative staff are also invited to Classes will be dismissed at this hour for attendance the Richard pres dent of TriState will discuss the progress made to wards and the resent outlook for accomplish ment of this important Batemans discussion will ilso include a current report on mmediate and future plans for new construction of the growth and development Students are advised to take his opportunity to obtain first land information on college ac and to hear this official presentation of plans and prog ress for the New Senior Class officers are 1 to Dennis Treasurer Don President Bill Vicepresident and John men submitted their petitions in time and were declared wlnnres since there was no Hippensteel New Fair Director Peter member of the faculty of TriState College has been appointed Director of the 1966 Northeastern TrlState Regional Science cement of Hlppensteels ap pointment Is made by executive vice president of flip whois vjcechauv man of the National Science FairInternational Hippensteel participate in many activities of the 1961 Northeastern TriState Reglona Science serving as a judge in several school fairs in the and as a member of the Science Fair faculty advisory An instructor in Tri States Department of Chemis try and Chemlcla Englneerini since of Hip pensttel has his degree from Purdue University and his from Ball State University The Science Fair Workshop for the 1966 event will be held at TriState College on Saturday December Science Fair coor dinators are now being appoint ed in the public and parochia schools in the La and Steuben which take part in th Northeastern TrlState Reglona Science The 1966 Fair will be held March 19 and 20 a TrlState Society Meeting When 20 Where Library Speaker Burgess Jenn Dean of Engr Northwestern University Title of Talk The New Face Of Get Yourself A Date Save this dipping if you are planning to attend the 1965 Tri State College Fall The Following schedule of events will be your official TRISTATE COLLEGE FALL FESTIVAL 1965 Schedule of Events 1965 Class Meeting In College Auditor Art Van Damme Quintet in High School Presen tation of Queen 1965 Race Game TrlState Concordia Country Race at American Legion Field Bon fire in Armory Parking Lot at Armory s 50c per students with ID cards free Presen tation at Dance 1965 This year the Variety Show will be replaced with a jazz group called the Art Van Damme Quin This concert will take place at in the Angola High School during this program the finalists in the Queen Contest be presented to the audience for the first The Canoe Race will be a test of strength and Two man teams will race over a rug ged five mile water course start ing at Nevada Mills at The race will end al Bledsoes The Triangle will publish a map of the pro posed canoe race course In next weeks Participants Fall Festi val Parade will enter floats de signed after its Head liner Starting t Im e is The parade route will appear in next weeks The Cross Country Race will start at at the American Legion Four manorganizational sponsored re lay teams will run over a diffi cult four mile with Indi vidual trophies going to the win ning At all Freshmen will part M a solemn beanie burning The bonfire will take place in the Armory parking Highlighting Saturday evening will be the Fall Festival Dance at the The Fall Festi val Canoe and Cross Country Race and the winning float in the parade will be announced at this Couples will dance to the fine music of the Jimmy Stier Or 12 piece ensemble TSC students will be ad mitted but nonstudents and dates will be required to pay a fifty cent admission AWARDS Canoe 1st Place per man 2nd Place per man 3rd Place per man Parade Most Most Humorous Trophies Cross Country Race 1st and 2nd place team trophies and indi vidual medals Queen Crown and Trophy Award and While Roses Attendants Trophies and Red Roses Dance Entertainment Jimmy Stier Orchestra 12piece or chestra plus Five representatives from the office of Senator Birch Bayh of were presented with Green Beanies during their recent visit to the Assisting with the travelog are exhbit sponsored by Senator and in connection with the Goverors Commission on the Arts in the young women were overnight guests In Platt ad breakfast guests on Friday morning of TilStates Richard Student Council President Craig also atended the and presented the young women with Green Beanies as mementoes of their TrlState College left to are Barbara Myrna assistant press secretary In Senator Bayhs office Patty office manager and Gay left to Karen and Craig
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