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THE VANGUARD VOL. 6 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, MORRIS OCTOBER 14, 1965 NO. 2 Art Gallery's Existence Threatened Vandalism in the Edson Art Gallery has threatened the Gallery's ·existence. Dr. Fred Peterson stated, "The Gallery will possibly have to be closed because peoiple wiH refuse to lend us anything for fear ithat .1t will be destroyed or dtamaged." 1Bot1h arit instructors, McGrew and Peterson, ex.pressed great annoyance at the defacemenJt of one item ·of the disp1'ay. McGrew said, "I am ashamed and emibarrassed at this kind of imposition. ' "It is iaibout the most negative and selifieh thinig a person c-0uld possibl1y do," stated Peterson. "This reveals a feeble, perverted mind and rises out of pure ignorance." '"EssenJtia.Uy, if one desitroys ev·en the smallest part of a work of art, one destroys the whole work," Peterson explained, "for not even repairing by the aritist himselif can restore a work of art to its original state." Retribwtion will have to be made to either the artist or the Bottega Art Gallery in Minneapolis, <from which the painting was borrowed. The Edson Gallery has been unique in its availabHity, for it is unguarded and not scheduled as most galleries o.f its professional quaH.ity are. One person's indiscretion could deprive our campus of such a gallery. Currently in Edson - Selections from the Bottega Gallery Homecoming Events To Be October 21-24 Homecoming fesitivities <X>mmence at 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21, in Edson Hall, with the cor• onation of the 1965 Homecoming and All·Campus Queen. Following the coronation, Cyrus Paul and Company of Minneapolis will perform a concert. Friday evening the bonfiire and pe.pfest will be held in the North Parking Lot 1about 8 p.m. Late.r the Defiants of Minneapolis will play for the dance in the ca.feteria. The schedule for Saturday, Oc· .tober 23, stages a parade starting at 12 noon, a footbaH game against the Northland Huskies at 1:30, the Alumni Banquet at 6 p.m., and the Homecoming Dance at 9 p.m. in the gymnasium. End of Homecoming fur 1965 will be a pop concert by the UMM b~md at 2 p.m. Sunday. * * Once upon a midnight dreary While I petitioned weak and weary Trudging the halls in search of names. Suddenly there came a tap-ping Sure enough it caught me nappin& So I p~titioned for my flame. Rare she was, our cam.pus cutie Sure enough a corn-fed beautv To.pped the scales at 1-9-2. Basters made I by the score Pasting them on every door That I thought she could waddle thru. Hung I posters from churches steeples And handed them to little peoples, Who sat inside our beauty shops. Wrote I poems in her honor With fit clothes we sought to don her I know she'll wtin, she just joined TOPS. Unanimous Lt. Governor Keith Here October 15 Lt. Governor A. M. ·~sansy" Keilth will speak in Edson Hall at 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15. He wiM 1be talkiing on "The Problem Oo1lege Students of Today Will Be Facirng as a Voting Electorate". A reception in the ~obby is planned immediately foHowing his speech. 'Jlhis is in conjunction with Political Emphasis Week. THE MITCHELL T1RIO Final Exams Scheduled Hours and Days - The time of your exam is based on the hours and days the class is regula•rly scheduled. This schedule does not ap· ply to certain coul'HS with common examinat.ions which are listed separately. Unless •therwise announced, the exam will be held in the regular classroom in which the course is taught. St•udents with - more than two final ·exams on any one -ctay may nequest alternative times from the Dean's Office. In determini.g your final examination time from this •schedule: • Go 1by the lecture hours rather tJhan the laiboratory or reciltahlon hours. • Folilow ,the MWF sequence i1f your class meets fuur or more days a week. • Use ·the ifirst full dass hour H your class meets for mme !than one continuous hour. • Oheck the Msit of seipar.ately scheduled examinations 'listed. • Cect;ain courses, such as Aipplied Mu.sic, Studio Art or those which do not meet at a regul<arly sch·eduiled time, will have theiir iinal exam set at the discreti1on oif th·e instructor. I MW2' - 8:00 • 10:00 - 2'rida3', December 17 l T'l"h - 10:30 • l:.!:30 - Monday, Decembe1· 13 ll :na:w:r - 1:00 - 3:00 - Tuesday, December 14 ll TTh - 8:00 • 10:00 - Saturday, December 11 Ill MW:r - 8:00 • lO:oo - '.1:uesday, December 14 Ill TTh - 8:00 - lO:OV - Monday, December 13 XV 1111w:r - 1:00. 3:00 - Wednesday, December 15 XV TTh - 8:00 • 9:00 - Wednesday, December 15 V MW:r - 1:00 • 3:00 - 'l'hursday, December 16 V TTh - 3:30 - 5:30 - Thursday, December 16 v TTh 3:ao • 55:ao - "l."hursClay, December 16 VI MW:r - 8:00 • 10:00 - 'l'hursday, December 16! VI 'l:"Th - 3:30 - 5:3U - Wednesaay, December 15 VII MW:r - 1:00 • 3:00 - Saturday, lJecember 11 Vll TTh - 1:00 - 3:00 - Friday, December 17 VllI 1111w:r - 1:00 • 3:00 - Monday, December< 13 VIXI TTh - Instructor will arrange examination time and room. IX Instructor will arran·ge examin ation time and room. X Instructor will arrange examination time a..nd room. COllllllllON EXAMINATION PElUODS English 1 - Baturda.y, December 11 - 10:30 - 12:30 Sec. 1 - Kum 245 - Xyle Sec. 2 - Kum 124 - D. Barber Sec. 3 - Kum 245 - Xyle Sec. 4 - Kum 124 - D. Barber Sec. 5 - Sci 105 - Long Sec. 6 - Kum 130 - Chambers Sec. 8 - Kum 234 - Grant Sec. 9 - Kum 245 - Xyle Sec. 10 - Kum 45 - V. Thomas Sec. 11 - Sci 111 - Long Sec. 12 - Kum 130 - Cnambers English A - Saturday, December 11 - 10:30 - 12:30 Sec. 1 - Kum 136 - :r. Thomas Sec. 2 - Kum 45 - V. Thomas Sec. 3 - Kum 244 - L. Barber Sec. 4 - Sci 11 - Ka.rt Sec. 5 - Kum 238 - Grant :rrench 1 - Monday, December 13 - 8:00 - 10:00 Sec. 1 - Hum 124 - Kea.ld Sec. 2 - Kum 130 - :r. :ra.rrell Sec. 3 - Hum 136 - E. Farrell Sec. 4 - Kum 130 - F. :rarrell Germa..n l - Monday, December 13 - 8 :00 - 10:00 Sec. 1 - Sci 205 - Liebberman Sec. 2 - Kum 244 - Wood Sec. 3 - Kum 234 - Wood Spa.IUsh l - Monday, December 13 - 8:00. 10:00 Sec. 1 - Kum 245 - Bretsnyder Sec. 2 - Kum 124 - Heald Sec. 3 - Hum 245 - Bretsnyder Sec. 4 - Sci 105 - Cavazos Sec. 5 - Sci 205 - Liebberman Sec. 6 - Kum 124 - Kea.ld Sec. 7 - Kum 245 - Bretsnyder Ma.th 3 - Wednesday, December 15 - 8:00 - 10:00 Sec. 1 and 2 - Kum 245 - Lund Sec. 4 - Sc~ 111 - Brenden Sec. 5 - Kum 245 - Lund Ma.th 4 - Wednesday, December 15 - 8 :00 - 10:00 Sec. l - Sci 105 - Brenden Sec. 2 - Sci 11 - Wu Sec. 3 - Sci 112 - Lin Wednesday everning, Oct. 6, T·he Mitchell Trio performed a concert in the gymnasium before a packed house. The concert ·consisted of num- 1bers titled: That's the Way Lt's Gonna Be, Lucy Baines, Song for .Canada, I Was Not a Nazi Polka, Ecumenkal Mar.ch, Long Tall Te¥an, MI. J.amborine ;M"_an, 'Jlhree Le.gged Man, Never Oomirng Home, What Kind of Life ls That, Phoenix Biird, and Get Together. John Denver soloed in Long Tall Texan and Mr. Tamborine Man. Record Concerts Planned A reco~d concert will be held in 1Music HaU, room 205, at 7:30 o'dock toni·ght. 'Jlhe concert is sponsored by Eugene Steding, ins<tiructor in music. This evening's prngram will coru5ist .of Th r e e Symphonic Poems: The Moldau ------------·------- Smetana Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture ______________ Tchaikowsky Death and Transfiguration ____________ Strauss Record concerts will be given at 7:30 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday. Tuesday ni~.t is "pop night", !featuring selections :fu-om musical comedy, jazz and folk music. Thursday is "Jong hair night"; classical music is played. "Concerts represent a good opportunity for students and faculty to expose t hem.selves and enjoy a great deal o.f music which •they might not hear otherwise. A student, 1by picking and choosing those concerts he would like to aittend, can acoompH.sh itwo purposes - entertainment a n d a broadening o.f cultural outlook," says Ster.ling. Sterling "invites and recommends for students to take ad· vantage of this record concert ~eries." Ooncert programs wiH be posted in various places around .the campus several days in advance of a concert. Admission is free.
VOL. 6 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, MORRIS OCTOBER 14, 1965 NO. 2
Vandalism in the Edson Art
Gallery has threatened the Gallery's
·existence. Dr. Fred Peterson
stated, "The Gallery will possibly
have to be closed because
peoiple wiH refuse to lend us
anything for fear ithat .1t will be
destroyed or dtamaged."
1Bot1h arit instructors, McGrew
and Peterson, ex.pressed great
annoyance at the defacemenJt of
one item ·of the disp1'ay. McGrew
said, "I am ashamed and emibarrassed
at this kind of imposition.
' "It is iaibout the most negative
and selifieh thinig a person
c-0uld possibl1y do," stated Peterson.
"This reveals a feeble, perverted
mind and rises out of
'"EssenJtia.Uy, if one desitroys
ev·en the smallest part of a work
of art, one destroys the whole
work," Peterson explained, "for
not even repairing by the aritist
himselif can restore a work of
art to its original state."
Retribwtion will have to be
made to either the artist or the
Bottega Art Gallery in Minneapolis,