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ARIZONA STATE COLLEGI! u ~UmAFF~~ a c ~ NUMBER 26 FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 196~1 ----------------------~=--- e Is Order d, Announces What happpns when a family to tell each other the • ••moJere truth, omitting nothing. 24 hours? ns ed By Gra at1•o n The chaos resulting is fully de· in The Beautiful Truth. of the trio of one-act plays be presented by the ASC OraDepartment on April Z7 and . Student director, Peggy Davis, not yet a nnounced the memof the cast for The Beautifl.l! Bud Shank, Eligibles To Perform In Auditorium Tonight At 8:30 America·. number one jan flute men will appeal Friday night 111 the auditoriu~. Instrument To Cost $7 460; To Be aid By Contributions Carillon bells on the A. C campus became a realit~ Wednesday on campus aftcrn~n when Stu~ent Body Pr~sident VfernbG~n~kelb:·~~~~al~e~of~ tract with , chulmench Electromcs, Inc. or e s o B td Shank will appear on a nJ,'It' quartet. The Eli!!ihlc,. proe:ram shared with the popular the towers of Old Main. . Fred L. Bumgardner, Jr., vtce 1 stallation. Roe and Gunckel are president of the company met acting as co-chairmen on the with several students and f<l;culty committee. Faculty membe_rs are members to give full detail of Dr. Charles Meister, Vern P~tc~er, the bells and make arrange- Dr. Edward Walker, Wilham ments for the purchase of them. Roepke and Dr. Eldon Ardrey. "Talk to the Wind." a more serious play of teen-age love, has already been cast. Director Bon Terrill has chosen Steve Sacco as Mike. Gordon Copple as Father. Sheri Hitchcock as Barbara. Betty Birch as Charlene, and Linda Lambert as Mother. A comedy about the theatre, . !Summer Fare. tells the story of 1n old-time actress who wants lead in a play her company rehearsing. She finally retires Shank is well known throughout the country as Playboy mag. azine's choice for the best flute player and second place alto sax musician. Down Beat also agrees Admission will be to students with new activity cards only, and the card will be punched. that shank is the best in the ASASC Pr·tmar·leS business. Besides his talents with the alto and flute, Bud plays the baritone sax. At one time Shank played with the famous Stan Kenton Band, but he left the band to make a name for himself as a single. Set For Monday The annual ASASC primary t>lections will be held Mond"Y· Greg Baldwin and Joe Uoyd are running for the office of Presirlent. Fred Fuchs has withdrO.\''Il his name from the contest. Among those present were Students on the group are Greg Gunckel, Nora Jean Blair. Dave Baldwin, Joe Lloyd, Lucette RoRoe. Bob M..::C~l. _Dr. Eldon Ar- jeck, Kay Dickerson, Henry Bolldrey. Dr. Wil~1a.m Strauss. weg, Nancy Wardull, Willford Dean Rolle. Wilham Roepke Genung, Pam Hill, Gail Tucker, and Walter Runke. I Carolyn Moore Tommie ::>ue Sin· The bells will be i_nstalled in del, Pat Riley, Sherry Warter, the towers of Old Mam by grad· Betty Burch, Gary Wittman, Nanuation. Mr. Bumgardner stated, cy Oswell, Mary Plinske, Mary ''They will be installed by grad- Nelson and Sheila O'Leary. uation even if we have to stay up This committee will canvass all night to get the work done." the local business and campus . fa\"Or of a younger actress aftmuch prodding by her direcThe cast for Summer Fare in: Katie, Betsy Harder· Da- The Eligibles is a group of four \'!l"ng mPn with ambition-and talent. The four, Bob Zwrin, Ron Hicklin, Stan Farber, Ron Rolla. sang together in junior high and ha\ e been together e\'er since. Construction of the instrume~t organizations to ask them to will begin immediately at thetr I contribute to the fund. Dr. Me· plant in Sellersville, Pennsylva- Donald will contact all Alumni Bob Barber is running for Vice- nia. lt will take about six weeks and ask them to also contrib-president. for the company to complete the ute. Doug Killham; Margo, Janet ; Arthur, Bill Walls; April, Popular records set the group Silvey: and Esther, Elaine well on its way and when ·'Fa· Running for the office of Secretary is :\'ora Jean Blair and K<Jy Dickerson. instrument and about a week to The Committee must raise have them installed properly. about $3,000 in 60 days. , with Bub Powers directing ker. Faker" hit the pop parade. thev were definite!~ "in." Thctr According to Ralph Holly, Pr<l· alb~m. LOVE IS A GA~1BLE, ha< of drama, both Talk to the alrc•arly been a success. and has and The Beautiful Truth bPcn called "the most exciting Mr. Bumgardner flew from Chicago especially to discuss the instrument with the qroup. eJanette Walker is running for He was returning to the home Treasurer unopposed. office immediately and would Tribal Council To Give Dance wntten in the creative writ- album of 'hP year Jack Gra,:es and Jim Schmidt arc running for the office of social manager. The authors will remain unknown u n t i 1 the judging. •hich will be done by a panel of three faculty members. This performance ts being sponsored by t h e E:xecut~\·e Council. and Rr n R.rftarrtson ;,. l · ·ial :\IanagN, i. ha:.riling all ar· The polls wil !open at 8:00 a.m. and dose at ·t:OO p.m. Due to prorluction deadEnes the results of yesterday's primary elections for AWS·A~1S offices ·::;ngem nts. wt>rc not known at press time. CP.R!LLON BELLS for the towers of Old ~:~ "ill b~ in3talled in time fer graduatlon •ttee Year. Pi::tured are members of the commfund dt eu· >ing the bells and plans for the . raising campaiqn expec~ed to get und~way Shortly. From left are: Dr. Eldon Ardrey. uec-tor of the division of liberal arts; Vem G~;~Dck 1. N~a Jean Blair and Dave Roe. Contribu· tions for the financing of the bells are being ~c.ug!lt from friends of the _colleqe do~~owu a:ld 07er t!l2 state. including alumni. (ASC Phcto) personally deliver the contract to the factory. The instrument will consist of 25 bells and 25 harp bells. They can be played either manually or automatically through the use of c I o c k programed accessories. These accessories will be included with the instrument. The women's gymnasium will take on a Southwest Indian atmosphere Saturday, Mar. 25, when the ASC Inter-Tribal Club sponsors an all-school "Pow Wow" dance with music provid ed by the Wingate Valley Boys, an all-Navajo dance band. Admi sion to the dance, which A Westminister Chimes will begins at 8:30 p.m., will be free also be Included to ring the time to college students. The instrument will be amplified An Indian war dance by memto a distance of approximately bers of the club in fu:l tribal costwo miles. Mr. Bumgardner stat- tume will be one of the features ed that even though the instru- 1 of the intermission. Taking part ment can be heard that far, it will be Gilbert Lucero, James Luwill still not drown out conversa- jan, Joe Ortiz, Philip Tsosie and tion directly below the installa- members of the Al Heaprbirds tion. family. Mr. Bumqardner also stated The Wingate Valley Boys, spe-that the sound will be project- cializing in Western, Rock 'n' ed outward and in no way Roll, and popular music, have apbother the building structure. peared on stations KGCM-TV and It had been feared by many KOB-TV in Albuquerque and people that the sound would were featured at the annual Indamage the buildinq. dian Exposition at Anadarko A committee has been formed Okla., and at Fort Lewis A&M to raise funds to pay for the in- College in Durango, Colo. Spurs Sponsor Communications Board See those oranqe boards around campus? Keep your eye on them. they will tell you what is going on at ASC. The Spurs Communications Committee is now rolling full steam to inform the student body of campus events. Thanks go out to all the orqanizations that have been so cooperative in letting us know of their events. This is the only way we can succeed. Keep up the qood work! All organizations on campus have been sent forms to be returned to the committee when they plan any event. Spurs will then get the information to the LUMBERJACK. radio stations, the cafeterta P.A. system, and the Communications Boards. So. Lumberjacks. keep your eyes and ears open and you'll know what's happening!
|Creator||Northern Arizona University. Associated Students.|
|Title||The Lumberjack, March 24, 1961.|
|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 COLLEGI!
u ~UmAFF~~ a c ~
FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 196~1 ----------------------~=---
e Is Order d, Announces
What happpns when a family
to tell each other the
• ••moJere truth, omitting nothing.
24 hours? ns ed By Gra at1•o n
The chaos resulting is fully de·
in The Beautiful Truth.
of the trio of one-act plays
be presented by the ASC OraDepartment
on April Z7 and
. Student director, Peggy Davis,
not yet a nnounced the memof
the cast for The Beautifl.l!
Bud Shank, Eligibles To Perform
In Auditorium Tonight At 8:30
America·. number one jan flute men will appeal
Friday night 111 the auditoriu~.
Instrument To Cost $7 460;
To Be aid By Contributions
Carillon bells on the A. C campus became a realit~ Wednesday
on campus aftcrn~n when Stu~ent Body Pr~sident VfernbG~n~kelb:·~~~~al~e~of~
tract with , chulmench Electromcs, Inc. or e s o
B td Shank will appear on a
nJ,'It' quartet. The Eli!!ihlc,.
proe:ram shared with the popular the towers of Old Main. .
Fred L. Bumgardner, Jr., vtce 1 stallation. Roe and Gunckel are
president of the company met acting as co-chairmen on the
with several students and f