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Orators Gather for Speech Festival ~:: An estimated 400 high school students wtll participate in the ·• Northland Speecl>-Theatre Festival, to be held on campus sat~ rdaY, fr om 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The restival, an ~ual event at NAU, holds any rugh school apProved by the Artzona Interscholastic Association, eligible jOr entrY . . . . categones mclude debate, oral mterpr etation (prose and fht poetrY divisions), o.ratory and . one act play. In addition, the radio contest speaking event Will be hi!ld again in r esponse to its! year 's success." . . I roph lf!S to lr inners ~ Tbe five highest ranking participants in the first two r ounds Ill! of competition will be permitted to enter round three. The llJ. ranJ<ings will be based on speaker points. Round three will be judged as a contest. A trophy will be awarded in each f b e<ent to the first and second place contestants in rouoo three certificates will be presented to all contestants receivinti ::;: N'O or more supenor or excellent ratings. Debate trophies iSE. 'fill honor the team fr om the north and s outh with the best record after three r ounds of debate. =: Tom McCarty, Northern district manager or Mountain States Telephone Co., will provide all trophies Cor the festival. Ted Babbi tt, Babbitt Trading Co., will be r esponsible for s~pcial handling and engraving or the trophies. Students enter ing the competition will be accompanied by their high school sponsors . This festival will be held between the district and state speech contests. .\'.1( judges Contest judges will be members of the NAU !llculty, For ensics II a .m. Interpre tation IT, Debate II and Radio II 12 :45 p.m. Impromptu II, Oratory II 1:15 p.m . Interpretation U! (finals) Radio m (Fi Radio III (finals) 1:30 p.m. Debate l1l 2:45 p.m. Oratory Ill (finals) squad members, Arizona Plal maker s andSpeecl>- Theatre majors. 4 p.m. Qualified NAU students and fa culty members interested in judging or timekeeping are again urged to contact Daniel Julien Impromptu III (finals) Awar ds - Ct.: Auditorium /Jir .. ctors to 1/e /p or any speech director . Tournament Director is Julien. G. H. Reynolds is theatre The college of Liberal Ar ts \\ill be festival headquarters, director, Fred Anderle, radio director; Donald Rybacki, de-with additional speeches to be given in the Biological Science bate dir ector; Dr . Clilford E. White, inte rpretation director; aoo Journalism buildings. Dr. Herold Larson, oratory director and Donald Rybacki and The following schedule is planned for the festival: Bob Baker are impromtu directors. S-9 a.m. Registration Assistant dir ectors are William Walker, assistant tourna- 9 a.m. Debate I, lnterp I and Radio 1 ment director; Mary Alice Conroy, radio and Mrs . Grace 9 a.m. One-Act plays begin O'Dair and Sue Shedd, interpretation. 10:15 a.m.lmpromptu I, Or atory I Tim Leadbetter , program cover designer, will be at the THE LUMBERJACK t'o .5. m od op od ·~ I· ... .. r fi ulf Northern Arizona Universitv \oJ.:,-:-. \ o.:n NA U Welcomes Seniors High school s e niors and their Rexer Berndt will give a short campus organization wishing to parents will be welcomed to introduction to NA U. participate should contact Grot- Northern Ar izona Unive rsity, From 10:20 until noon the. ier or McDonald. ~turday , March 29, for the visitors will be invited to go "Ever) eiJort is being made second Parent..Senior Orien~ to various colleges and schools to assure this being a very informative dav for the high school seniors and their par-ents," Dr McDonald said. "All questions concer ning the l.:ni-versity will be answered either at one of the assemblies or during the day when the visitors see the individual mstructors in the colleges and schools." lion Day Of the year. on campus for academic infor-mation. Deans, department More than 1,000 s eniors and beads and instructors will be their parents attended theOrien- on hand in each Of the academic tation Day Dec. 7 and at least areas to answer specific ques. ilta.t number is expected at this lions concerning their courses Board to Control weekend's special day, com- or study. mittee cl~irman Dr. Lewis Me. Luncheon will be served in ~ld satd. . the South Dining Hall at noon, 'fhtS ts a day set astde for and an information assembly asking questions," Dr. Me. wUI follow at 1:30. At this Dooald emphasized. "Suchques. important assembly Dr. Milton boos as 'What are the admission Schroeder will give information requirements?'; 'A r e scholar- on admisSion to the University, ships, loans and other finan- Joseph Bednorz will discuss fi~>o ci:tl aids at NAU?;' and other ancial atds and other inform a. serious questions concerning tion will ~ given by members 1!1! University wiiJ be answer- of the adminis trative starr. ftf.'' Student Soliciting Complaints from the Flagstaff community and the campus communications media instigated the establishment of aSohctatations Control Board by NA lJ Student Senate. dars during the sum 111er w~rt: also draining advertising r eve ~>o ue from The Lumberjack aoo KNAU campus radio, which d~ pend on community advertising. The Board, composed ofthree students appointed bytheASNAU president, two faculty members and two admimstrato•s, will hear, evaluate and determine whether any campus group will be allowed to solicit 10 or to tbe Flagstaff community. judge's table and Elida Nichols will be in char ge or contes t r egistr ation. Assistance Prol'idPcl Spurs, Sophos, Kayettes and Cir cle K 's will ass ist as .gu ides and timekeepers at the festival. Car!Cossis guide co.orchnator. Arizona high s chools r egistered for competition are Flagsta!f, Brophy P reparatory, East Phoenix, West PhoeniX, Alhambra, Rincon Tucson Saguarao Paradise Valle\, Immaculate Heart, Chtnle; Salpoinle, India~ 'Oasis , Westwood, Buena, St. John 's Indian School, Palo Verde, Catalina , Glendale, Maryvale , Pueblo, Camelback, Villa Carond elet, Xavier, Safford, Sunny· Side and Mohave County Union. Tou rna mE>nt Director Julien, explained in an mteniew, that the festival would give students the opportumty to create a friendly atmosphere :n welcoming prospective NA L' students. Students who a ttended Arizona s chools are also remmded to look up former classmates. Students may be round in LA 122, while coaches • hE>adquarters will be in LA 113. All competition is open to the public. Starting the day will be a coffee hour in the lobby or the (ruversity Union buildingat9:30 2.m. Foil owing the coiTee hour President J. Lawrence Walkup ..UI welcome the semors and their parents and Vice Pres. According to Alumni Secre. tary Robe•! Croz1er, Associated Women• s Students, Men• s Inter-Dormitory Council, Spurs, Universitv Guides and Phi Kappa Theta fraternity have volu~>o teered to act as guides in the According to Bill DeGroot, director of student affairs, people in the community werl' complaining about organiza.. !ions, claiming to be collegeaffiliated, soliciting in the town. Orgaruzations putting out a~ vertising circulars and calen- The Solicitation Contr ol Board (SC B) has as its purpose the control of student soliciting for the purpose of advertising, charit} or profit in Flagstaff, and "to keep the community from being bombarded by groups asking for money," according to Senator Bill Ekstrom. As set UlJ by Senate Bill 1- 3, the board will meet at least two times a month to hear r~ quests, and organizations flliling to meet with the requir~ ments and stipulations of the Board will race possible Joss of their charter. ·· HrtH \/J Tlfl:. \100 ' rnth l,u,lfn 13 lo.trunlfut<~~"" ..:rnd ··~nf'nt·•• unt:l HPii!lHIIt: " ' "14" L~u•k fll nn Old Qu.-.. tuut' ' u ••rt> th.- topu·tr. Jnr th1~ rP, •·nt u,,u~n· f orum tc·hu·h f•~" '"r.-rl Hr. llnrold \ln:wrtr.l.·) ofthP l . \ . (,'PoloflH'trl '"rl".' mtd Hurl (} '( IUftWr from tltr• l t~.f I O.\ -cpf'tri.P r~. (Photo b, Jrw .\tPphuno ) - colleges and dorms. Any otherl Speaker Explains Today on Campus I Second Racism Seminar Held Part two or the semmar on whtte ractsm will be held Tuesday, \larch 24 at 8 p.m. in the Ct.: lobby. The seminar is sponsored by the CampusCommunicationCoalttion. Youth, Drugs Forum Topic YouthfUl, revolt, hippies and drugs wttl be discussed b) the lledical Director of Haight-Ashbur) Medical Clinic in an Honors Forum Thursday, 1\larch 27. . . Dr. David E. Sr.tlth, M.D., will talk on "Youth, Ahenat~on and the Drug Scene" at 8 p.m. in the C t: auditorium, accordtng to Dr. Robert Stevens, chairman of the Honors Counctl. The nationally known doctor has a professional knowledge or drugs and has worked extensively with young people, espect~lly hippies, who be considers a pr oduct of the commumcations gap, Smith is an assistant clinical professor 1n the Department or Pharmacology at the Univers ity or California Medical Center lnd a consultant on drug abuse at San FranciSco General HosPital. The editor of the Journal Of Ps;chedelic Drugs, he has written numerous articles for leading medical journals. San Francisco Art at SAC San F ranciscos ' Maxwell Galleries will present a lhr~man eihibition at the NA U Art Gallery next Moooay. The show will include paintings by Ratmonds Staprans aoo Tom Ide. Sculptor Louis Pearson's stainless steel works W1ll i.lso be displayed. The exhibit will preview at 8:15 on Moooay evening and will run until April 25. At the opening WJ!l be Dr. F.M . Hinkhouse, representative of Maxwell Galleries, who arranged the exhtbtt Yith Art Gallery Director Jon Hopkins . . . Artists and collectors from all over Anzona bave been tn-nted to :~.ttend. TbP preview is open to the public. Latin tudies J1ajor Explained utin Amer ican Studies seniors Jan Cutler , Sharon Hol':'es, Sus:t.n Boyer and Florence Young will erplain the ~tin A'?ert~ Studies program to :~.11 interested students. Th; diScusst~ ~II 01! held at 7 p.m., Thursday, March 27, in LA 3~3. A mOVIe will l.!so be shown and refreshments served. History Group Hosts peaker Phi Alpha Theta historical bono ran, will bold a meeting l'edne:sclay March '25 at 7 p.m. in BS 231. The guest speaker Yill be Dr. Loren Pennington, Professor Of HiStory at Kansas State Teachers College. . His topic will be "The Boston , e spapers 10 the Townshend C:risis ." All interested s tudents are invit.ed and refreshments .Ul be served. Fred Harvey Jobs Offered Easter vacation employment i.s once again being offered by lite Fred Harvey Corp. of the Grand Canyon, r eported Vernile ~thieson Of the Work-Study departmeut. Srudents interested Ill WO!'Iting should sign up in the Financial Aid O!Ctce before llarcb 31. A Fred Harvey reprPSentatlve will be on ca.mpus llrit !lay interviewing inter ested persons. Moon Exploration "An attempt to descnbe and A close - up or the astro. explain the piec~by-piece pro. nauts • actions wtthin a capsule gress of scientific discoveries," was successfUl in displaying was the purpose of the lecture, effects or the moon's gravity. "A rouoo the Moon with Apollo 8 Astronauts," given by Dr. Concludmg the showings, ~las. Harold Masursky. The topic, urskj stated that discoveries one of two Honors Forum pr~ made on the earth were keys sentations gtven last week, was to lunar discoveries and, in accompanied by numerous slides turn, lunar discoveries were and litms of lunar surfaces and essential in fUrthering know-scientific pbeoomenon. ledge about the earth. Dr. !>!asursky is a supervisory geologist and chief of the Flag- "Science and Religion: A staff Branch or Astro.Geologic New Look at an Old Question" studies for the IJ .S. Geological was the first forum topic. SpeakSurvey. er, Rod O'Connor, proCessor Scenes of interest were actual or chemiStry at the University still shots or the moon taken or Ar izona, told listeners that by astronauts in flight and shots s cience and r eligion attempted of a survevor takingsmlsamples to obtain truth in two comple t~ "'-'~"-..,...,-==-'=="d='i!l''=erent wa_ys . f\10/Nn. A fRI lutlt n t thf' A It,,,. H,.,., .. m .. ,,,r lt ,./d J,, .. , Ht>'t'*J. tu rl'~'""'" ~"""'ll" HJ;-, f.. f,,,/1\ nu~m lwr ,.,, \ fl Ekstrom noted that groups who are allowed to solicit witl>in the city wilt be issued cards proving they are members of their organization. Heated Debate Arises In other action 10 Senate last week, members discussed the length of Easter vacation at ASU and the U of A, compared to that of N A V, and decided to investigate In Racism Seminar A member or the Constitution Committee also reported progress thus far, noting that they were in the final stages or restructuring the government. She urged all senators w!10 had some ideas to bnng them to meetings on Tuesday afternoon. Senators debated various aspects of the proposed restructure including lack Of offcampus representation, lack of direct student representation, and its purposeorefficiencyversus r epresentation. lh I' \\I \\ I In A seminar on "White racism," created to "give voice to Black people on campus" erupted into an emotionally charged debate session In the CU lobby last week. Sponsored by the Campus Coalition committee, a panel consisting of moderate, liberal and militant students and one faculty member was on hand to debate and discuss the problem or getting · egro faculty members at NAU. More than 150 students, a mingling or faculty members and one representative from the administration joined in heated ll 1·rP. ,,. ,., 't~lnff · r n"""''"'· I\,.,,,. /u },, .. ,,, ~"' .. h, ... 1,. 11 .. tH , r'""f' 11/ ,,, •• ,; ... •IH' .. ,,,,,.,,.. ( I•J,.,,, '" Ju• ,,..,.,,,,.., 1 argument on specific and general areas of White and Black racism. Introduced by Coalition president Frank Scott, panel me mbers Fred Anderle, radio instructor; Bill Walker, RonPaulard, Keith Johnson and W10 Belton opened the seminar with their views on White racism. iVegro Faculty Walker pointed out that the administration must make a special attempt to recruit Negro faculty members. "The methods used to recruit W bite faculty membes will not work," he said. Paulard paralleled the Negro problem of Identity with an In~•: n problem written up in the - TIMES. "Much of what the Negro has done goes wmotlced or is played down. Is this deliberate racism or ignorance?" h~ demanded. Recognizing Wnite racism as a molding Influence of society, Fred Andrle remarked that the "beautiful people" Image creates much of the racist pro!). !em. "You have to look right, be tall slim and blonde and act right, suppress ing your emotions to fit into society and public acceptance.'' People over thirty are cut off from the younger generation, he declared, "They're afraid to say what they think or feel. They're afraid their jobs and family will be taken away from them it they do.'' Insecurity which creates a fear of dlf. ferences Is a prime factor in White racism, he added. Posiri~:P Im age Win Belton remarked that today's Black racism is caused by Wnite racists. "If you take Tonight's Concert Features Soloists., 'Carmina Burana' "(.arm ina Burana" by Carl Orff Will be performed tonigltt :t.t 7:30 in the CIJ auditorium . Tbe concert will be presented JOintly by the Flagstaff Symphony Or chestra and the Shrine of A~ and Orator io cholrs and the University Singers, all directed by Dr. Thomas Kirshbaum. Wirtten in the 1930's, th ptece consists or "med1eva.llove poe trr in a modern s etting," accurdi to Kirshbaum. It combines the works or wandering minstrels tn the 1iddle Ages and " the h1 ppies of th cia} , " he added. :\Irs. Sandra Overeen, soprano, a.nd Jim Smith, baritone, w!ll be fe:t.tured s olists. Oral translation fnr the Latin wort WJll be. provided by Willi:t.m Rosentha l, Assistant PrOfessor or English . Free student tickets are available in Ashurst Room 211 a.nd they are not betng used, Kirshtla.um said, ~ddtng tlat u they are not used next year, the number will be cut considerably. . Other Symphony plans for thiS sem ter tnclu(!o, a t<Atr of tile );avaJo Reservation, the :&illlua.l "Lollipops" Concert to be .,.. for public school students in Fla~ta.rr, \pnl 27, and the ttlal concert or th season, . la 6. The last concert ·n f..a blre r med c lltSt Gu\ Fai!CJI ud will b<> c u~ted bv Dr. Pat C rry.
|Creator||Northern Arizona University. Associated Students.|
|Title||The Lumberjack, March 25, 1969.|
|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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Orators Gather for Speech Festival
~:: An estimated 400 high school students wtll participate in the
·• Northland Speecl>-Theatre Festival, to be held on campus sat~
rdaY, fr om 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The restival, an ~ual event at NAU, holds any rugh school
apProved by the Artzona Interscholastic Association, eligible
jOr entrY . . . .
categones mclude debate, oral mterpr etation (prose and
fht poetrY divisions), o.ratory and . one act play. In addition, the
radio contest speaking event Will be hi!ld again in r esponse to
its! year 's success." . .
I roph lf!S to lr inners
~ Tbe five highest ranking participants in the first two r ounds
Ill! of competition will be permitted to enter round three. The