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160 rll ers II!· LUM BERJACK ARIZONA STATE COLLEGE. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA LEADING PLAYERS IN ASC DRAMA- "Sabrina" (left). played by Sheri Hitchcock. listens to pleas of "Linus Larrabee Jr.". played by Robert Riner in play "Sabrina Fair" which runs tonight and tomorrow, Nov. 3-4, at 8 p.m. In the auditorium. The play. the first production of the year by the Playmakers of ASC. is a romantic comedy involving a iiilllionaire family. Play "Sabrina Fair" To Continue Through Friday In Auditorium The ASC Arizona Playmaker's production of the social comedy, Sabrina Fair," opened last night in the campus auditorium and ~~>ill play through tomorrow with the curtain going up at 8 p.m. Sporting the modern version of the Cinder<>lla fable, the play depicts a poor girl in iove with a rich young man. Comedy, romance, and suspense ar<> injeced into "Sabrina Fair'' as C:.abrina returns home from Paris to see if her love has faded. \Vren she returns howerer, she I• rushed by her 'lover's brother antl is followed by a rich Frenchman from Paris. _Portrayi ~,.: Sabrina is Sheri Hitchcock \\ hile Bob Riner porays the '!lale lead. Co-stars in~ ude Jan -_ Horton, Elaine Betts. S-.on Ten!l, Wynne Thursby. 'eve Sac( '1, Ann Hendrum, and Karl Klee J Others in the cast are Dolly Bordan. Le' Terrill, Sandy Sol per, rure Lavacheck and Robert Ste- rens. ' Directl'<l by Ralph Holly and · ~:s ~d j,- Karolyn Faulkner, bnna F'\ir" has introduced to - ASC students a type of play not common now in American drama. The play was written by Samuel Taylor and was produced successfully on Broadway several years ago. 30 Clubs Submit New Constitutions As of October 2-t 1960, 30 organizations of ASC had submitted revised and approved constitutions to the Campus Student Court and were, therefore, dl'rlared official campus organizations. Those organizations that have not vet none so are dPclared defunct until thPir constitutions ha\·e been sul:>mitted and approved. The Court listpf! Pach organization under a specific council. OnP representath·e from each organization will he sent to this council, a prPsirlent will be elf'CtPrl, a council consti•ution will be drawn uo. anrl two reoresentati ves will hP elected to reoresont the council in the Stunent S<>nate. The prcsidPnt of tho council Sopho ore Class ~lec:ts e resentatives ~1:::f's y>phomore class has llil! ed SIX representatives who stan:SSumE chairmanship of the Ol.rise In!? _ ommittees as they ofth Withn the administration · mav be a repm!'entath·e if he so choo..<;~>«. Counci I rons itutions are duP XoY. 10. 1950. bv 4:00 p m. and m11st be submittPrl to the StndPnt B()rl vice-pre ident. 'l'h e clas~ ese ose tudents ch osen for Biu Aeo i ions are Ralph Kasoff, Dot n· er. Jo Winlow, Edie Howe, Iehl, and Bonn ie O'Brien. Official organi7..ations at til<> or!"'ent timP ann their rronncils include DPlta Delta Delta and Gamma Phi Bf'ta unr!Pr th~ P<tn hPl!"' lir Council: DPI a Ch1 Tau Kam"'~ Epsilon. Phi Kaona Thf'ta. ann Siqma Pi under tl-o Jrot"r fratPr, itv Counril: Baotist Student 'nion anf! Lamb'la D~Ita THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1900 NUMBER 1 L'J acks Take To Road al Pol· I XI• C O ity 'Jac s Look For Sixth Win 1AWS To Pick 'Pumas' Hosts To Axers 12th ·nst Poly In exico City By MIKE LEMPKE Coach Max Spilsbury and his Lumberjack grid men will be looking for their sixth victory of the season, from the Cal Poly Broncos at the opponents' field on Saturday, Nov. 5, in Pomona, California. The contest with the Arizona State College Lumberjacks will be the eventh of the season for the Broncs, who have handed the University of Nevada, Reno, Whittier College, Pepperdine and Sacramento State defeats, while receiving defeats themselves from San Diego Marine Corps Recruit Depot and San Francisco State, in their first two games. The probable starting line up for the Lumberjacks will be: QB Mickey Alzona. N. Holly-wood FB Bob Gradlllas, Globe SB Jim Eis, Downey C Ernie Hansen. Benson G Jerry Loper. Bisbee G Lanny Westbrook, Phoenix T Alex Amado, Nogales E & T Rex Mirich, San Manuel T Joe Gallegos, Winslow HB & E Bill Wright, Haverhill, Mass. E Jim Kobashi. Glendale The biggest horn that will be hothering the Lumberjacks is fh:e foot nine inch Gary Burnett who len his team in rushing last year with a total of 592 yards. I The Lumberiacks. who are now tief! for the Frontier Conference rhampionship, will be looking for another victory in order to se-cure the title. M~A To Meet In Tempe Friday The Arzona Music Educators Association will have their an- . nua! convention Nov. 4 and 5 at Tempe High School. The purpose of the meeting is to coordinate educational music activities of the music teachers and students of Arizona. Included in the agenda will be panel discussions, speeches and oral activiies performed by different organizations, directed by music teachers throughout the Si<m1a under the Religious Council; Aloha Psi Omega, Inter-Trihal. P«i Tau Gamma, Rodeo Club, "A" Club, and Hiking Club under the Recreational Council. Also BI11e Key, Honor Board, and Sophos under the Honoraries Cou neil: Beta Beta Beta, Delta Phi Aloha, Delta Psi Kappa, Forrstry Club, Kappa Kaooa Psi. P E. :"\Iajors and .1inors, lusic Ef!u. ~'ators National Conference, StunPnt ational Education Association. Omicron Kappa Gamma, and Tau Beta Sigma under the Acad!'mic Cm•ncil: and A« ociated 1\1e'1 Students. A'S'SOf'iatPd Women Sturlf'nts. a nf! tl]" ~oninr CI~ss under the h eading "others." Best Dressed Girl Each Week A coed of the week will be chosen by AWS, beginning Nov. 17, on the basis of appropriate campus dress, accordmg to Judy Myer, A WS president. This student will be chosen each week, by a committee chosen from the AWS general council in an effort to encourage correct dress on campus, Miss Myer stated. Points upon which the student will be chosen include: · Neatness, appropriateness, and consistency of dress for class, general campus wear, dates, for mal occasons, a n d sporting events. Specific qualifications of dress for the person chosen coed of the week will include: L No sweatshirts or levis on campus at anytime. 2. No capris, bermudas, or slacks for class, or in the dining hall on Sundays. 3. No tennis shoes or thongs. 4. No pin curls in public. 5. Appropriate make-up and hair-styling. (Good grooming at all times.) Nominations for persons to be featured as girl of the week may be submitted to the LUMBERJACK. or tn "Coed of the Week.". Box 156, ASC. ELECTION COMMITI'EE Applications f o r Election Committee Chairman are now ready. Anyone interested, see Vern Gunckel or Bob Bloom in the Associated Students Office before Tuesday, Nov. 8. NO PAPER NEXT WEEK There will n ot be a copy of the LUMBERJACK printed n ext week due to Mid -Term Exams . T~e n ex t issue of the paper wtll appear Thursday, Nov. 17. By DEME MORALES It's south of border for the Lumberjacks when they take a long journey for a Nov. 12 encounter with National University of Mexico under the lights at Mexico City at 8 p.m . The "Lenadores:· the Mexicon equivalent of Lumberjacks, are v e r y heavily favored against Mexico's Pumas who thus far have lost to various teams in the U.S. The Latinists lost last week to Los Angeles State by a very lopsided score of 40-7. One interesting factor about the Pumas is that they face various opponents that play against ASU and the U of A. The Pumas' average weight is about 174 pounds and the height ranges from 5-5 to 6-2¥.,. The Axers average 204 pounds in the line and 191 in the backfield. As yet there Is no definite starting line-up for the Mexican team which is coached by Roberto Mendez. assisted by Delmiro Bernal. Alfonso Garcia. Omar Cardona. Oscar Cardenas. Mario Revuelta. Manuel Neri, Mario Lara. Oscar Garcia. They play under the organization and administration of the Directive Committee of American Football. It is rumored that a few venturesome students of ASC will accompany the team to the land of "Manana." Best of luck to the team and those who journey to Mexco's capital!!! The Forestry Club Is Interested, How About You? Bob McCall, editor of the LUMBERJACK met wth th F estry Club Oct. '1:7 to discuss the proposal previously br~u:~~ ?efore the student body to be sponsored by the LUMBERJACK Itself. During this meeting motions were brought before the floor to the effect that the Forestry Club do all the work on the LUMBERJACK statue to be erected at the entrance of the campus. Due to the fact, however, that the proposal was designated as an all -school project the motion was changed to include only the construction and erection of the statue. The LUMBERJACK staff may be quoted as saying "Good thought good spir't - : . thank you Forestry Club for your unselfish ~nd school1 mmded attitude." · Th~ LUMBERJA-CK feels that this proposal should be a com!><>slte of the efforts of as many students on cam us as posstble and fee.l .that this m ay be a ccom plished morepeasil !hrough the a ctJvtty of orga nizations a s wholes In the ne~ ~ssue of the paper a tentative proposal will be m ~de as t JOb and what organization might lend th eir services to t;e ~huat port of the a ctivity. p - Forlthose who ~o not remember or who missed t he essential proposa t he m os t tmportant parts f ollow: Proopsed that ASC in cooperation with the Associated Stu ~e~t~t:ea~~~~e a£~r::~l~~~~:f ~aid college sh~uld carv; trance t o the Anona State College C~~~~~.at the pomt of En-
|Creator||Northern Arizona University. Associated Students.|
|Title||The Lumberjack, November 3, 1960.|
|Collection name||Northern Arizona University: The Lumberjack|
|Repository||Northern Arizona University. Cline Library|
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|Subjects||Northern Arizona University--Students--Newspapers|
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ARIZONA STATE COLLEGE. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA
LEADING PLAYERS IN ASC DRAMA- "Sabrina" (left). played
by Sheri Hitchcock. listens to pleas of "Linus Larrabee Jr.".
played by Robert Riner in play "Sabrina Fair" which runs tonight
and tomorrow, Nov. 3-4, at 8 p.m. In the auditorium. The
play. the first production of the year by the Playmakers of ASC.
is a romantic comedy involving a iiilllionaire family.
Play "Sabrina Fair" To Continue
Through Friday In Auditorium
The ASC Arizona Playmaker's
production of the social comedy,
Sabrina Fair," opened last night
in the campus auditorium and
~~>ill play through tomorrow with
the curtain going up at 8 p.m.
Sporting the modern version of
the Cinder<>lla fable, the play depicts
a poor girl in iove with a
rich young man.
Comedy, romance, and suspense
ar<> injeced into "Sabrina
Fair'' as C:.abrina returns home
from Paris to see if her love has
faded. \Vren she returns howerer,
she I• rushed by her 'lover's
brother antl is followed by a rich
Frenchman from Paris.
_Portrayi ~,.: Sabrina is Sheri
Hitchcock \\ hile Bob Riner porays
the '!lale lead. Co-stars in~
ude Jan -_ Horton, Elaine Betts.
S-.on Ten!l, Wynne Thursby.
'eve Sac( '1, Ann Hendrum, and
J Others in the cast are Dolly
Bordan. Le' Terrill, Sandy Sol per,
rure Lavacheck and Robert Ste- rens. '