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THE LUMBERJACK· Northern Arizona Universitv heatre Stages Elixir of Love" !lorlbern Ar!zooa Univer- ductioo will be Clarence Shaw · Opera Theatre wll! pr~ who will conduct the University Ml-slage production of Repertoire Orchestra· costumes - - OO!Nw••oou 'S gay, roman- bave been designed by MaryG!I-EliJir of Love"S~y bert or the University or J,loodly evenings, May 18- Southern California, and lighting &t B:lS p.m. ln the Univer- will be ha.odled by NA U elec. 111dilorium. Ironies major David Anderson presentation,dir ectedand or Willcox. by NAU's Dennis Wak~ Admission both nights Wak~ s~r tenor Ray ArbiZu ling said, will be lree io NAU lolusic !acuity in the students with !Dcards,$1 to nonand Jan Ylar- NAU sb.Jdents, and $2 to all of lnslow and Vir- others. of Flagstaff on "Tbe Elixir or Love," to be nights in the leading sung bere in English, has proven role of Adina. to be one or the most popular princiJ1ls ln the cast comic operas in the entire literKeith Thomas of ature since Donizetti wrote the and Jim Smilb, as- score in just two weeks in 1932. inStructor ln voice, who As he was very much a part of sbare the role of ' Ser- the social whirl or Milan at Belcore;"baritoneRobert the time, be composed the opera of Ajo as Doctor Dul- ln between parties and other diand contralto Laurel versions, apparently translating Flagsta.ff as Gianetta. some or the Milanese wit and director for the pr<>- gaiety into its music. look Features tion, Drugs final Issue of the 1968-69 Outlook Magazine will go on week. into the area of education, the fourth Issue conarticles on the subject: "Once Upon An Education," Up The J1111gle Gym," "'l'ue Hlgll Cost of Gradua· and an interview with English instructor WUllam Rosen" Duplexlty: The Art of Ettectlve Teaching," are witb the educat!ooal process. "In these four Don 'Wtnston, adV1sor to OuUoot, "the autbors th<l>nglkt-prov~ldng look at hlgller education and Its values. equated llith succesS?" another first wllh "Charting A Brave New by getting an exclusive interview with the United Geological Survey Center concerning Its role ln the space program. in the fourth lssue is an article dealing with the drug on campus. " 'A Back Pocket Full or Dreams' Is truly examination a! drugs and the drug problem on the " Wtnston emphasized. "The author's purpose is sway any opinions, but to prEse!tthe facts about hallucina- • Today on Campus Phi Alpha Theta New officers of Phi Alpha Theta, International history hooorary, be elected at an informal meeting tonighi. meeting will be held at the Pizza inn, :~.cross from NAU's entrance, at 8 p.m. Government Positions Open IAt!rested in student government? U so then come to room in the Student Union building and see Jim McCarthy about for nut year. The office will be open each afternoon 4p.m. are unable to come at these times then le:~.ve your name, number, and address under the door of room Z09 or send Information to Jim McCarthy, CU Bo1 6l25 Operations Crossroads A meetlng Will be held ln the C. U. Lobby at 7 p.m. tomorrow illscuss 'Wbat the iate President John F. Kennedy described as • !l'. ;lrogenitor or the Peace Corps," Operation Crossroa1s Africa. Pancake Contest annnal Pa.nc:ate - Eating Contest will be held May 10:30 a.m., sponsored by the Tbrud Factory. A rtpresenW:lve from each rrwrnity, sorority and dormitory ln the contest. Pancakes will be coated oo a llillch cooks them in four secollds. ~re..reristr'lliclll will be held this week at the Thread Factory Gables. Tbose lnlerested in entering sboold contact Crimmins at the Thread Factory. 'Logger Laugh-In' Rowan and Martln have DOtblng on AU's art department, have made their bid for competition with the b:unaroiiS with "Lager Lan&ll-in." . La.ID," NA.U's cartoon book, features jokes, com lea cloR to tbe heart af 1J1Y stwlent 'llbo bas ever Sap F ooc1, been to Slide Rock, late Into tbe dorm, or baa ~!peal the fin boars standing In line to re~r. boob are aftibble for 50 cents and may be booiC!t at Booutore. International Club bloodlea clllll betftft 1111 AraiJS and Israelis will take Iaiiie bal~ audltorlmn tomorrow DiCbl Mawlawi, cltndllr o1 Arab iDfonllltioo cealer of the reel- ~ debde the recellt middle eut cn.il KAU 8aior Sleft lAKy. Lasky, a del .... Ill llle r~ MOdal Ullbcl llall-, _. dlbatl ~ will J11...t ade of llle Middle £ut IIJpllles. a fonaer delepte to tile Ullited NatiOIII II YlliliDC reg!~ oftlce tn Sail Francisco. Tbe neat iS ~ br tile !Jdleroati~ Clllll. Admissioo is rree. The opera 's setting is a lusty, rural Italian village of the early 19th Century, and the plot rs. lao's desperate attempts to win the love of the capricious, wealthy and beautiful Adina. When it awears she will wed the agressive Sergeant Beicore, he purchases an "elixir of love" tram the quackish Doctor Dulcamara. Some of the confUsion which follows is caused directly by the "elixir " Itself which turns out to be simply cheap red Wine, and Adina finally discovers she really loves Nemorino so everything ends hawily and, awropriately, 1n a rousing musical finale with cast and chorus joining in. The production will mark Waleling's second lUll opera presentation at NAU. His first was the highly successful "Madame Butterfly" last spring With the Flagstaff Symphony stars of the San Francisco and New York City Center Opera Companys Singing the leading roles. Splinters Perform Last Saturday night, May 10, at B p.m., the Splinters performed a benettt concert in the NAU Activity Center. One dollar admission was charged In an attempt to raise fUnds. Tbe money will be used to help with expenses they will encounter this summer on their tour for the u.s.o. Tbe Spllnters are a small vocal group whlcb perform to general audiences. They prs. sent a variety or selections and provide their own accompaniment. Tbelr tour for this summer will concentrate in the Pacific area. Last year the group went to Iceland, among other places. lt.~re nomftl at th~ annual J ournaliam A w:ard• bo.n.quf't faaf w~dneaday lliJhl. They are (left IO riJit.l) KNAIJ (AM) prosrorn dir«o tor; Stne lind, KAXR (FM) prosram director; and Chril C«hrart. ltalion.lftetnOfer. Dr. Cliffor4 Miller, Cochran Head News Media Sentimentality and camera- tram, Lumber jack advisor, wa.s derie preni.ied at the annual presented a pen stand by Doona Journalism awards banquet last Bradford, editor ofThe LumberWednesday night as out • going jack, as a gift or appreciation faculty member Don Winston from lbe stalf. was acclaimed and outstanding Miss Bradford was awarded journalists were awarded. the ~ul Bunyan Award, which Lon Miller was named as the goes to a senior and Is the bigiP 1969-70 editor of The Lumber- est hooor in the field of journaljack and Miss Ter ry Denson was Ism at NAU. MiSS Bradford chosen as Business Manager. was also chosen as tbe Out. Chris Cochran was selected as s~ Journa.Ust for 1968- Station Manager or KN Au and 69. KAXR, the new campus FM. sta. lion. Program director ofKAXR lllss Pam AYery and Dan ne:rt year will be Steve Zind and Germond received the Arl.zooa Program director of KNAU will Republic and Phoenix Ga.zette's be Robert Carter. $500 scholarships. Activity Don Winston, advisor to Out- scholarships were awarded to look, was given a plaque in ap. Lettie Little, Jean Lynch, Lon preciation for his hours spent Miller, Susan Coffroth, Judy worldng on Outlook. Bert Bos- Clayborn (Saguaro Hlgh} and Suzanne Sbi!f (Tucson Rlgb.) Robert Cooley presented the two or more year awards for worldng oo campus media. For lbe ~pus radio station were Davjd Anderson, William Fitzgerald, Richard Boyd, ~thy Stack and Steve ZlDd. For The Lumberjack 'llllre Lon Miller, Anne - Marte (Benre) Scbmltt, Colleen Morpn, Terry DeD&on, Dan Germo~ and Lettie Little. Nn pl~s and officers to The~ Sigma Phi, professional women's honorary, and Sigma Delta Chi, professional men's honorary, were tntr<lWced. Ofttcen for TSP are Terry Denson, president; Colleen Morgan, vice - prffideot; Mrs. Linda Broosty, secretary; and Ann~ Marie Scbml It, treasurer. Pledces are Gayl Go!lseth,presldent; Pam A very, secretary - treasurer; Jean Lynch, Anne Glanq;, Lynn Stressen - Reuter, Becky Livingstone, and Carol Jennings. - otrlcers for SDX are Dan Germond, president; Bob Hudgeons, vi~ president; · Tom Espinosa, secretary; and AI Dale, treasurer. Pledges are Jlm Elegante and Lon Miller. Bostrom Will replace Cooley as advisor. 400 Women Students Attend A WS Banquet Students Must Re-Submit Amid delicate cherry blossoms and tlowlni Jl~e !J.D. terns, 400 women students sat in ~ antlci~tioo on Thursday night at lhe eleventh annual Women's Day tanquet spmsored by the Associated W <>men Students. Kayettes wu ~eo as lbe ou:tstandt.l¥ wmeu 's organiza. tioo for tbe year "'ii1!le Cowden Hall ns oamed the outsllndlng dormttol'}'. Pat Whittington, president of Cowden, nsnamed outs I:IJldlng dormitory president. man, Betty Lelnhleser, Judy Sweetman, Theresa Bell Loring and Susan Boyer. Final hlgbllgbt of the evenlng was the Honor Board laJllllng. Fourteen women received red roses trom current members dressed In caps andgO'IIliS. They were Jo Ann Armstrong, Pat Whittington, Aria Greene, Nancy Bresnick, ~tti Sherron, Pam Hardy and Ida deConcinl. Work-Study Applications Qualification for work- study :equires sb.Jdents to turn ln an application each year regardless of having past experience in this program. Director of Financial Aids, Josepll Bednarz said, "Because of some existing confUsion concerning quali!!cation for war~ study, procedures have been setup so that students may be a]> praised for work - study programs and recetve compensation." Dependent and Independent students are required to fill out the ACT Family Financial Statement. A parent or guardian's signatul'l!'"-ls nee~ ed for dependent sb.Jdents. S ~ dents under 2l claiming to be independent must fUrnish a letter from their parents. This letter must state that a stude~t has received no fintiP cia! assJstance or been claimed as Ill' if,come tax deduction by the par.ots for lbe past year, said Bednarz. Students married for one lUll )o'ear can fill out !be ACT Family Financial Statement as an m. dependent family unit. Parents must fill out the ACT and sign the Arir.oca f'orm !! students are under 21 and married less than a year. Arter a student receives his copy of lbe ACT Family !'~ Cia! Statement, Bednarz said, "tt ~ be his r esponsibility to mate an aJlllOintment with lbe Wort.Study Supervisor located in lbe omce or Studellt FU.. cia! Aid." A student cleared for work-study ~ be ~ a card by tile SuperviSor. Necessary inform&tiOII Is needed by lbe departmeal beiaC clllr£e(l. The pel'IOII - spoaalble for lbe ~ lloclpt must iDdicate Ilia d&partmeat &ad a rale of pay ill ~With 1111 polla. ... labllslled bJ 1111 sw.t Ft.. dll .usc_,_ SIDdlall are r~ tar tatillc lbe c:ardl to lbe Payroll omce &ad llpllic w. fllr Federal aod sta11e 'lrllllllllldmp. This information Is required by the University, said Bednarz. Cards are then returned to the Office of Sb.Jdent Financial Aid where a work-study master card Will be IIWie out. This card r~ cords the money earned by sO.. dents. Department budgets will be charged, sald Bednarz, u a studen! e1ceeds the maximum of 15 hours work per week. ~ partments allowing a student to work on wort-etuey without proper clearance from the Office of Student Financial Ald may-also be charged. Pass-Fail Plan Due Next The Pass-Fall subcommittee has drawn up a tentative outline for !be Pass-Fall system, speculated to &tJ into ettect sam~ time nell fall or sprlng semester. Dean Gorden F. Foster, chairman of the committee, reports Pass-Fall was submitted to the Admlssinns and Scholastic Regulations Committee and to eacb vlce..president which wu returned with several minor modifications. The altered outline will he re-submitted May 22 to the AdmiSSions and Scbolastlc Regulations Ca'llmltlee to he a,wroved. "I :IJlllcipate passage," states Dean Faster, "because the out. line was generally accepted 911en U was presented to the committee last month." According to Foster, the system will &Qinlo etrect in the upcomlng fall or sprlng semesters U it Is approved. Tbe experimental system will have several provlsloos u tentatively set by the latest subcommittee report. stv:lents 'llbo ba ve alained junior or senior standing aod llilo ba ve a 2.5 or better cumulative grade polnt averqe will be ellcfble to utflUe the Pass-Fall optilm. A.lso, wUb the ljlproval of the Dean af lnstruetton, a ;;tw~eat 'llbose grade point average wu 2.0 or better for the past semester wlh 12 hours or more of credit will be perm llted to use the Pass-Fall optioD. A. muimam of 12 hours will be allowed lllliWI the Pusran program to be c:o~mted towards 111'1' IDdhlclual's dep-ee. o studeDl may tate 1J1Y coarse wlth1n hla major flelcl on tbe Pass-Fan system. Upper dhlsloa courses oaly, 300, 400 or 500, will be aftlllllle for a Pass-Fall ~ion aod 110 more llllll two eour- dbla a IIDcle field may be ll&ed for Pns.l'all. The r eport alia stated tblt _.. ~situ 'IIIII be ellmmlted for ~ utiliiiD( tbe Pus-FaD procram. Stadeats aile Pass-Fall will be nqalred to complete Ill c:lul wort jill! u otber memben of lilt e1aa and a cradt of .. 5" will be l'ftnled If tbe ~ dill talllllc wort. lutnctor1 will bep a blck-tp cradt Ia lbe eWIII a 11.t1111 dlllpd IU • Jar ud lalla ..-s a .. ....a-~ .,.... ..F.I.II.U.J., .I. .I.a. .~.... .1.-..t. a. c.:1.N .................... _......... .... ,... ell'd .....w...-.. .......,111 . .... tolllertlleprocnm. Oeaa F01ter empllubes 1111 fld !lilt lllk II -'Y a t1111111w ._,. ..S II •Jed to ciii!IIR. Hnors, awards and presenta. lions were the keynotes of the evening. U1'e enterWnmentftS also l feature of the evenlDi when the _SpUIIllln performed for the 11om8Jl ~a IIleY flnlsbed dessert aJid Pam Cand!ett,<rplayed mood music on the p!aao while HaDQI' Baird II'~ tD bp. Mrs. Per&ts Fuller, educ:a.tlonal psychology blacber, rs. cetved the t:aculty woman of the year award. Every year, AWS selects bln top SEII!or w.cmen wbo send in resUmes of tbelr activities, and they also naiiie llle outstanding senior YOJDan. This year they oamed two outstanding senior WOlMII• Paula Argenbright and rvoaaeGanett. lndiilttd ill tbe ten IDp senlor wiimen ire Priscilla Williams;lliry~alm:sfone, K~leie 5illg; JoADD Hitchcock, Cindy Calabrese, Maria Sher- Also tapped were Stormy Carlton, Go Carlton, Gloria Tester, Uncia Bently, Llnda Plesh, Gall Kursten, Janet Drew and Carl Benniwtes. Betty Trunzo was Installed as new AWS president by Marla Sherman, who also named the otber new AWS officers. Guest speller for the evenIng, Beth Stinson, followed lbe theme for the day, "Why Not TOday?" In her address. ~r 8IVIC DISI'UUb...... :Af.l :Art w.ry - ... _.. ef e~t ........ ~·-·-. .,..,.,., ..... ~,_ ' ··~-· ( ,..._.,1-S..Je-)
|Creator||Northern Arizona University. Associated Students.|
|Title||The Lumberjack, May 13, 1969.|
|Collection name||Northern Arizona University: The Lumberjack|
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|Subjects||Northern Arizona University--Students--Newspapers|
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Northern Arizona Universitv
Elixir of Love"
!lorlbern Ar!zooa Univer- ductioo will be Clarence Shaw
· Opera Theatre wll! pr~ who will conduct the University
Ml-slage production of Repertoire Orchestra· costumes
- - OO!Nw••oou 'S gay, roman- bave been designed by MaryG!I-EliJir
of Love"S~y bert or the University or
J,loodly evenings, May 18- Southern California, and lighting
&t B:lS p.m. ln the Univer- will be ha.odled by NA U elec.
111dilorium. Ironies major David Anderson
presentation,dir ectedand or Willcox.
by NAU's Dennis Wak~ Admission both nights Wak~
s~r tenor Ray ArbiZu ling said, will be lree io NAU
lolusic !acuity in the students with !Dcards,$1 to nonand
Jan Ylar- NAU sb.Jdents, and $2 to all
of lnslow and Vir- others.
of Flagstaff on "Tbe Elixir or Love," to be
nights in the leading sung bere in English, has proven
role of Adina. to be one or the most popular
princiJ1ls ln the cast comic operas in the entire literKeith
Thomas of ature since Donizetti wrote the
and Jim Smilb, as- score in just two weeks in 1932.
inStructor ln voice, who As he was very much a part of
sbare the role of ' Ser- the social whirl or Milan at
Belcore;"baritoneRobert the time, be composed the opera
of Ajo as Doctor Dul- ln between parties and other diand
contralto Laurel versions, apparently translating
Flagsta.ff as Gianetta. some or the Milanese wit and
director for the pr<>- gaiety into its music.
final Issue of the 1968-69 Outlook Magazine will go on
into the area of education, the fourth Issue conarticles
on the subject: "Once Upon An Education,"
Up The J1111gle Gym," "'l'ue Hlgll Cost of Gradua·
and an interview with English instructor WUllam Rosen"
Duplexlty: The Art of Ettectlve Teaching," are
witb the educat!ooal process. "In these four
Don 'Wtnston, adV1sor to OuUoot, "the autbors