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Vol. 36—No. 19 ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF ARIZONA STATE COLLEGE AT FLAGSTAFF Two Time Winner tK I JACKS COP SK I MEET HON ORS [Hack Prexy i First In vnhill Race f U. of A . C h a rle s I |t Slalom W in n e r; ASC Team W in s ■ f a r * ," the second annual 4ir intercollegiate ski meet , vcekend at the Arizona | ! was the Ski Jack* n. Jimmie Nunn, presi-thi' club, again demonstrat- ■ fe prowess as a champion skier. Tift., look first place in Sun- U downhill races, helping to j L tke meet for the Ski Jacks, p., placed second to Sob by jgltf of the University, of Ari-u in the slalom races held Sat-masking down the fast sloping ' „ of the Flying Dutchman j 1, Nunn -crossed the downhill pc lino in 67 seconds. Charles only three second* slower to ^iup a time of one minute Hat. ^ Breuhrer of Tucson was third, j, ( time of 1 minute 5.8 sec- Brian Chambers, Bill Tissaw I Elmer Hubbard finished on L heels nf Breuhrer in the order with but 9.1 seconds differ-t between Hubbard’s time and at of Breuhrer. ICoabincd time for Flagstaff in mfovnhill was 4:34:3. compared ■ tkf U.'s 5:54.4. Saturday, in the Wcai, Flagstaff's combined time i 9:10:4 to the University’s use New Mexico University defending champions, were to participate, the meet this .as n dual affair between > University and Flagstaff. [ibe Ski Jacks joumcy this week-d to Albuquerque to participate the UNM ski meet. Downhill ie Nunn, ASC Charles, U. of A. Bruehrer, U. of A. i Chambers, ASC Tissaw, ASC ......... cr Hubbard. ASC Campbell, U.. of A. eo Waldhaus,/ASC Prize Waltz Featured At Ball; Floor Show, Giant Heart For Engaged Couples Also Planned D e coration s Follow Sw e ethe art Theme Ball Presented In A sh urst A uditorium S a tu rd a y Night, February Fourteenth Alpha Mu Etirr social sorority at Arizona'Stale College at FlnjrstalF. plans to feature a prize waltz and an ••nomioti heart through which engaged couples walk, at th<ir Sweetheart Hall. The Ball is to be held in Ashurst Auditorium — -- »on February 11. A*hur»t Auditor Raiders Dance March 5; ’City Dump' Theme D a n ce Routines, V o c a l N ove lties To Be Featured Rodeo Entrance blanl - for the Kth umiual National Intcrrolleitiiile Rodeo to be he’rt at Tiicmiii. March U iml II haw hern re crntd b> the 'Indent council. Only * A men from enrh -chonl If yon are inlerrslrJ rontart \rl \\ dliamv Mileage for ton te-tant* w:'l he paid hy the .XssiirialcJ Student*. Thursday, February 12, 10IS Home Ec Will Have Tropical Talks Tonight Spe ech es 'O n M c x ic o A n d Philippines O ld Main Remembers March IS, 1911 . . . Five of eight boxing h o u f e l l to the l.unibcrjarlv leather - pu-hrrs S ailin ’ iv night, March I*., when r >h'.w it to |k- preset.'ed. : Mary Skidmore KUg. r.ttdeit of AI|>lui Mu Eta. 0:57 1:0 1:05.8 1:07 1:13.4 TU14.'J 1:29.5 .1:31.0 uck Clark, ASC herman Brown, U. of A. 2:22.2 ick Perry. ASC ....... . 3:08,2 d Brown, ASC ................... 4:04.! Combined Team Tim# ; ..............4:34.3 -f A. .................5:54.4 *by Charleafu'.Tf A.' I: mniie Nunn. ASC ....... 2: 31 Tissaw, ASC 3: rl*n Chambers, ASC 2: Hubbard, ASC 2: Me Clark,' ASC 3: Waldhaus, ASC 3: c Nichelsen, U. of A. 3: Wl Breuhrer, U. of A..........4: (Disqualified) btrnian Brown, U. of A. 4: rt Perrv, ASC . 5 0 Campbell, U. of A. 5: nd Brown, ASC 6: Combined Team Time M A. 14:2 toes Galore t)r Annual Pi lap Vaudeville I Kappa Epsilon fraternity is I a!! out this year to give J prizes at the annual vaude- ■show. Besides the $25.00 first J, $10.00 second prize, and Ith ir d prize for the best en- ■nntent, there is to be four | door prizes. r the best posters submitted ">y student before February vertising the vaudeville show, *i Kaps are offering wash «»totaling $15.00: $8.00 for the A poster, $5.00 for the second, llte.oo for the third. •Wording to Willis McEuen, Pi * president, talent for the show JTcome from all over Flagstaff. ^ talent will include grade jji high school, and college ©r» ptliona. ► that all organizations may —^r ip a te and to keep the show *»ch act will be limited to H** minutes. J ike vaudeville Is an annual af- | ^ » n d this year it 'will be pre- Saturday, March 6, in ■ Jwtirtt Auditorium with Danny l^ k o v ic h as master of ceremo- . J j * Pi Kaps first organized In was a D« Molay chapter. At r " time they had a fraternity *t 310 South Beaver street. They broke away from the De *T*V and formed the Pi Kap< tfterwaVda. About, four year* S r orB*nizlng, the first vaude- ■«« show waa presented and was J* immediate success. Since that 8’*«*eept during the war years (Continued on Pape Fv*r) . Social ( hill, <|e< Planning include* ver K'.VR/. ..f the hirh will follow the k il bank AMS Meeting Plans Rec Hall In Bury Cellar "pVoblems* * MeV-. and It,. Philippine Idar.d- v-.11 l.iped. , "Guerrero, Low. 11** Will r.te or..............J home plan- 'Follies' Plans Well Under Way For Show With the nx-lKlIltion of -the freshman rki of Arizona Stale College at :-lat!*taff. “ Prralimaii lief re:.l:i,lent r \Vv. Mesa; ,\l;iri ■altwn. Calif. Ph Iloris Cod- •e.l’re^roi:. charge Audit.. n.. K< I in A>hu : end. Mesa: It-.iil.m lt> .«all> Hue. Prrsoylt. i* i.e of the prize-, nmf Nnthnlie Sch-inidt. Flagstaff, in charge i f the publicity. Officers in Alpha Mu are: Mi.‘ > , Skidmorr, president; M r4.. Virginia McNeol. Flagstaff. v,ce-i»residci ' : Miw* New, secretary-treasurer; Mins Bonnylee llughey, Superior, Plans for tin in the I f inner of tiro xhi mrrt.f in of Jimmy Sunn. S i inn iron t-week at the Sno-Doul. He al*< held there two week* ago. » the enriahlr record intercollegiate meet held hut on the Tliunderhird xki meet Lumberjack Runs Drinking Survey Among 200 Men And Women Students Of Arizona - r 1 S T ' * ? r ” ' : 1 present a snft sh<«- routine. Carcia > Tutwla>- »ekro«_r> I-j> nd Heslep will do a take-off o n 1 A secondary i su- up f..r dis modern radio commercials. Music ! were plans for taking Will Ih. offered by the l.umh<-rjack ‘he management ..f I he store 11 Collegians. Taylor Hall. Jack Mr , in. .-cere Assisting Heslep will be Cal ■ tur>- Itight now th, IlnrrinKton, Bucke,.-; Buddie Bell I ” -* reat.o„ hall .s the h .^ e s Iinak Suiieriol; J-- llntnmoi, C.». thing,’ he said. Me plan on se lidge; Stanich. Clobe, and 1 curinK ‘ hr P-rnl tables which ur, i _____ i now stored in the cafeteria am r. stall the - line-. A Iso planncl me -eveml I'-xiran folk dime,...... ... present-d by members «f the gr..iip and L-rving of foreign refn-shmenls. Chnirmaii for the program i s 1 I are in Ivory. Flagstaff, a aisled > Shirley Hicks, Globe; Mis., iuerrero; ,-uul Christine Townsend, le-a. Miss-Bynl Burton is adviser the sorority. •tup as What are the drinking habits o fV ASC students? How much do they ■driak, ■ atui hfcw many of them | drink f To gain some insight into the j answers, 200 ASC students < 100 men and 100 women), selected at random with represBnttion from both -Ibwer- and upper-classmcn. were interviewed with the understanding that sll answers would | be anonymous. Students wero asked to designate their own personal drinkihg habits from one of four categories: ‘“social drinking," drinking “ regularly •but generally in moderation," : drinking “to excess,” and "not at (Continued on 1‘npe Four) | Faculty Curriculum Committee Meeting Will Be February 12 The Faculty Curriculum Committee has scheduled an important j meeting for Thursday. February J 12, according to Dean Tom 0. Bell- , wood, Dean of- the College and chairman of the committee. At this meeting Dr. W. W. Tinsley. Dean of the Alumni, will present the proposed standards for graduation • The committee members includ" Dean Bellwood, chairman; Presi-dent L. A. Eastburn. ex - officio 1 member; and Dean Tinsley. Dr. M. 1.. Basemann. Dr. J. H. Butch-art, Dr. A. M. Allen, Dr. E. A. Ardrey, Dr. A. J. Green. Mr. F.- C. Oslxirn, Mr. A. M. McCreary. Mis-_ Byrd Burton, Mr. J. R. Salter, and Mr. W. R. Hensley. Social Calendar .Monday. Feb. Ifi: Newman Cluh. 7 p. m„ Kmiid 2*; Della Phi Afpha, I p. m.. Room 26. Tuesday, Feb. 17: Kappu Delta I’i. 7 p. m.. Training school; Future Teachers, K p. m- Training school; Alpha Mu Eta, .'i p. m.. Rmini 71 North Hall: Ind. Arts Club, 7 p. m.. II. 15: W. A. A., r>::tl) p. m.. Gymnasium; The Raiders, Taylor lobby. Wednesday. Feb.. M: l*i kap-pn Epsilon. 6:15 p. m.. Taylor K ill: Kappa Sigma Kappa. H::l0 p. in., Campbell lobby; Social,- 6:.10 p. m.. Ashurst Auditorium; Epsilon Pi Tan. 7 p. m.. R.M.m 15. Friday. Feb. 20: Community Concert, (i p. m., Ashurst Auditorium. Saturday. Feb. 21: Basketball. Ilardin-Simmons vs. Flagstaff. Hiking Club Walks Ta Lake Mary; Plan Spring Havasu Trip j' A. M. S. meets earh first and | third Tuesday of the month in Dr. ; Hutchinson'.- office. The next meet mg k scheduled for February 17. Commerce Club Has Phillip Bowman As Monday Speaker they A special meeting of the Future Teachers of America will be held in Ihe tninin g school auditorium tonight at 7:30. | Lodge Saturday where j spectod the' city water purifying •( layout. Dilector of the hike was : Hugo Tringali, who is secretary for ; the (Troup. j Making the trip to the 1-odge, j ' where they were guests of Robert: j Nukes, student, und Ed Daniel <, : proprietor, were: Eleanor Mr- | Ckkughlin, -Anita Ballard, Betty I Harlan, Donnie Rowe, John Chase J and Tringali. ** Several of the members climbed I * he south rim of Walnut Canyon! and spent several hours exploring ! the snow-laden banks. Highlight the Hiking Cluli’s ■ ■pring program will be a trip to j ! Havasu Canyon. To be eligible for I J this hike, one must pay his mem-1 i bersliip dues and must huve coin-1 ' ploted 50 hiking miles, ten of vhich must done within two 1 weeks prior to the trip. Dr. Eastburn, president, has giv-'j cn permission for eligible members !o make the trip which will extend from April HO through May 2. Dr.! H. J. Butchart, adviser to the group, and several Cue-'s will accompany the hikers. Interested persons may contact Dr. Butchart in old Main. March Of Dimes Entertainment By Arizona Students Entertainment and the floor show for a March of Dimes dance held at the Saguaro Club, Friday, Feb. 0, was provided by students from Arizona State College at Flagstaff. Those included in the program were: Leo Garcia. Flagstaff, piano; Andy Endicott, Warren, guitar and vocal; Patrick Westbrook. Douglas, tap dance; Claire Allweis, Globe, vocal: RayinomU'OMfield. Berlin Heights, Ohio, tVa**cr of rerem>- Six different showii were presented Ijy (he students, and accompaniment was provided by the club orchestra. Lillian Longley Hurt At Sno-B ow l Sunday Miss Lillian Longley, assistant registrar at Flagstaff College, suf-j fered a multiple fracture of the | right leg while skiing at the Sn*»- I Bowl Sunday afternoon around She was taken to Flagstaff ; hospital where she is reported in mdition. Addressing n tubers of, thi- col- -•lari'.c. Monday was Mr. Phillip Bowman, ^director of the Fla»;s!aff office, of the United Stales Employment Service. Monday evening. Mr. Bowman spoke to members of .he commerce club on problem.! pertinent to employment .in Arizona.. Following a description of th»- history of unemployment, . Mr. Ilowinun discussed social'-* legists-' tion in regard to the problem. He mentioned thnt there is no one remedy for unemployment as the rnrtori which contribute to' it are liverse and always changing. - The six main sources of employment in Arizona, according to Mr. Bowman, arc: mining, agriculture (livestock), transportation, luniber-ng, tourists and government cm-nloyees. The last three mentioned being the chief sources of employment in Coconino county and Flag -taff. Turquoise Horse Scholarship To Be Awarded Student Announcement was made this week of a new art scholarship established hy th«jTt»'1uoi,',‘ Horse trading post, ffkgstaff business establishment. John R. Sallet. head of the art department, accepted the scholarship' which will be awarded to the student showing most premise in ceramics art and design.' - The Turquoise Horse scholarship Will be awarded at the end of the present semester. Ceramic arts students works win be judged by a special committee and the scholarship will be conferred to the ' tudent considered most worthy. The Wflftnlcs ort department is in the basement of Old Main. Included in the materials used are clay, glazes and a kiln. The course is new this,semester and an enthusiastic response has been shown since, its addition, said Mr. Salter. He only hopes that it wiU continue to receive the attention it deserves. M E E T Y O U II S T U O E N T COUNCIL; STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT ART WILLIAMS Students must pay more atten-ion to student government, ^get back of their council representatives, and better understand the functions and duties of the Student Council, urges Art Williams, Student Body president. “We arc here to represent, and we try to work our best in covering I ^'activities ’ hat everyone Van par-' tR’ifjutu iii." ha .says. “But .when students don’* show any interest in elections, in all-school functions, 'JtF'organizations, what can we do? "It is the feeling of the Council: that the student body as a whole doesn't realize the function the Council-plays. They don’t realize, fgr instance, that the Student Council' sets up a budget for operation of social life and nativities. which ,mu»t' be operated under. The Council does its bejit in its budgeting, but it does need more school suoport to do the * work properly. . “ For this vear we have $20,000, out of which our entire 'athletic program must Be financed. Students can will realize that we do not get the income from athletics that other schools do. Anything the athletic department gets, other than gate receipts, comes from th» Student Council who finances it all. The Board of Regents and the Legislature will not appropriate a cent t'oward athletics." . Anion* important item* m t«r budgeted are the costs of the Lumberjack, the Annual, the Playinak-i, and the costs o f their tours other towns, the music department, and the Lumberjack Swing Band. “We have just paid out $U00 for new choir robes. Students should be aware that their activity Sc covers such things as the Lum-rjack. the Annual, dnncss, and contorts, rather than just the football and basketball games.” *lHow many different organizations,” WiMiams asks, “could throw a dance where they,would h$ve to pav out *#0 to $100- a night for bands? The<** are the added features of the activity fees that student* should be aware of. “Lack of interest is my bone of contention,”- he concludes. Alpha Psi Pledges Seven Last Friday; Initiation In March Chances are by looking closely -iround the campus you can sec lit- •,le badge< of blue and yellow rib-l »ins mounted securely to the jacket* and new looks of ASC's most thriving dramatists. It ’s pledge iiine for the Beta Nu cast of the national dramatics fraternity. Alpha Psi Omega, which operates all over the United Slates for the promotion of the. stage arts and specifically for the benefit of small iiillegefr. Lyle Kurzrock and Virginia McNeill are now the only student' members of 0*c fraternity on the • ampus. Registrar Win R. Hensley’s experience with Alpha Psi Omega dates back to the ninth of Fobrunry' frr 1JI29 WN-TTHr MM eight others opened ASC’s first charier in that organization. Seven new pledges were sworn in by Kurzrock and spcech and dramatics d :rector Ralph J. Holly last Friday afternoon. Taking Um> vows and now preparing for initiation are Bonnylee Hughey. Betty Burns, Mark Sapp, Walter Andrews, James Gaudino, Bill Whip- ^|e and Myron Sutton. Requirements for entrance into the frtter-nlty vary widely among number of major and minor roles in college productions, amount of experience in producing, staging and costuming and work in publicity and business managing. Formal initiation is scheduled to be,held sometime during the firjt week in March. • Freshman Follies,” e I. h..L I in Tin I’.an Alley. The master of ••erernori-s is Ihe jnni’ or at the hotel William Wolfe, Crosse Those freshmen acting in the production are: Regimld Rodri-ituez, Winslow; Edward Rodriguez, Winslow; William Itrennnn. Winslow; Sidney Foil, Fldgstaff; Elinor Caiighlin. Phoenix; Evel>n Duke. Yuma; Bette Harlan, Phoenix; Barbara Thurman, Casa Grande; Donald Endiriitt, Warren; Ixv, Garcia, 1 Flagstaff; Lorraine Mlellwood, 1 Flagstaff; Elmer Hubbard, Flog- , staff; Ted Duran, Tucson; Darleni t,Doojian, Winslow; Kntherinii Ma- I thew.-,‘ Flagstaff; Daisy Womack, \ Flagstaff; Georgia Kavathat, Ktlic- I -itaffp. Edirn Vca/.y, Coo lidge, uSd j Margie Short, Arlington. Arizona Playmakers To Handle Make-Up For "HMS" Pinafore Arizona Playmakers,- under the direction of Ralph J. Holly, will i handle the make-up for “H. M. S. . Umafore,1’ n!l-.:ehnol plage production I., be presented in Ashiir.tt j Auditorium on March' II and 12. George Ke -ell, ."Indent in art. lh a i designed the ret and the in- I diistrinl arts department is to 1 build it. Lighting bark stage is to be managed by Bill Whipple, presi- ! d?pt of Playmakers. Mr. Holly is stage director of the comedy operetta. * 'A’ Club Will Direct Interschool Tourney Here; Is 25th Annual ’■A" CLUB WILL DIR ECT—21C Students from the 17 Northern Arizona 'High Schools participat-in# in the 2jth annual intcrschol-astic basketball tournament held In the Arizona- State College at Flagstaff gymnasium this weyk, Thursday through Saturday, will h-guest* of the college “A” club at a dance to be held Saturday night in the college dining hall. Perry Moss, Lubbock. Tex., president of the lettermen’s club, announced that members of the club will direct the- tournament aetiv-itiw under the supervision of A. M. McCreary, college commissioner for the tournament. Assigned to special duties will he new members of the “ A” club. New> members are: Dub Brjran, Dave Goodwin and John Sarager, Phoenix: Henry Reyna, Al Muno* and Al Nadar, Miami; Tony J* tipez. Jay Coombs and Ken Swift, Flagstaff; George Haley, Seligman; Sam Van Dyke, Wins- Icw; Mike Co*. Yuma: H. H Muse, Safford; and Merritt Savage, Buckeye. “ A” elub officer* are: Moss, president; Joe Miller, treasurer, Prescott: Charles Perrill, sergeant-at- arms, Kingman; and Joe Hunter, secretary, Glendale. "HMS Pinafore" Comedy Operetta Set For March 11,12 The “ HMS Pinnfore.’- an a'l-lullcgc comedy operetta, will be (Jie.iented on the night:< of March II and 12. t(> benefit the f.tudent Memorial Building fund. The directing and rehcarririg of | the 'manic principals will be tafce-i ' -are of hy J. Alfred Anderson, ; Christine II. Riswold, Helene Con-j roy/johnette King und DjvE*do» •\rrtrey of th«- Mosie Uepa^tmen*. rhe- main stnginfi lead: were chos- •ii by thi.- staff after the January 10 tryouts. The main character ire a:; follow-.: Jowphine, Fay Richard*: Ralph Rackstraw, Frod Brown; Sir Jnr-cph Porter, Jim Burns; Captain Corcoran, Con Zir-iax; Buttercup. Barbara Muhcim; Deadeyc Dick, Walter Shivers: and Cousin Hcbb, Rosalie Stanfill. Reheat sain for the soloists will meet in Rooms 1 and 16 every Monday and Wednesday evening: from seven to nine. These people will meet with the voice ntiff. J. A. Anderson will make special arrangements with each soloift to rehearse with the orchestra, on Tucsdnya and Thursdays at 4 p. r . Arizona Artist Aids Mu Alpha Scholarship Through the generosity of Calvin Fenley Chavez,.prominent Ari-rona artist, members of Mu Alpha Delta, local art fraternity, will endeavor .to raise funds for a sehof-rnrship giving awny one r,’ I his paintings of Indian life. Mr. Chavez donated the painting at the Mu Alpha Della meeting held Monday night in the art department of Old Main. • Mr. Chavez’ oil painting, “Th© Maize Grinders" is w n of his most recent works. At present, severnl >f his paintings are on display at Carson’s Studio awl ho will have a ■ne-man show in Phoenix soon under the sponsorship of the Phoenix chamber of commerce.' JarV Compton, president of the fraternity, announced that tickets for l)ic picture wiU be on sole aoon on the campua nod'downtown. The scholarship will be awarded to some worthy Arironji art* student QualificatiimJ will Ihi John R. Stiller, ndvi -i ■ group, is in comis|«.iidencc v ith ' Delta Phi Delta, national h4nomrj> art fraternity, concerning the pr*s-i sible affiliation of the l»cal group with -the national. He (In barker chair): Cut all three short. Barber: Which three? He: Whiskers, hair^nd chatter. Love making-hXsn’t changed in thousand wars. 1 Greek maid-used to s itimd listen to a lyre ---- Notice Meaibera of Kappa Sigrn L. C. Smith-Corona typewriter wh‘ch will lie iiven away at the Raider's “Trishcan Alley” dance In Aakanrt Aadi-toriun, March S.
|Creator||Northern Arizona University. Associated Students.|
|Title||The Lumberjack, February 12, 1948.|
|Collection name||Northern Arizona University: The Lumberjack|
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Vol. 36—No. 19 ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF ARIZONA STATE COLLEGE AT FLAGSTAFF
Two Time Winner
tK I JACKS COP SK I MEET HON ORS
i First In
f U. of A . C h a rle s
I |t Slalom W in n e r;
ASC Team W in s
■ f a r * ," the second annual
4ir intercollegiate ski meet ,
vcekend at the Arizona |
! was the Ski Jack*
n. Jimmie Nunn, presi-thi'
club, again demonstrat-
■ fe prowess as a champion skier.
Tift., look first place in Sun-
U downhill races, helping to j
L tke meet for the Ski Jacks,
p., placed second to Sob by
jgltf of the University, of Ari-u
in the slalom races held Sat-masking
down the fast sloping '
„ of the Flying Dutchman j
1, Nunn -crossed the downhill
pc lino in 67 seconds. Charles
only three second* slower to
^iup a time of one minute Hat.
^ Breuhrer of Tucson was third,
j, ( time of 1 minute 5.8 sec-
Brian Chambers, Bill Tissaw
I Elmer Hubbard finished on
L heels nf Breuhrer in the order
with but 9.1 seconds differ-t
between Hubbard’s time and
at of Breuhrer.
ICoabincd time for Flagstaff in
mfovnhill was 4:34:3. compared
■ tkf U.'s 5:54.4. Saturday, in the
Wcai, Flagstaff's combined time
i 9:10:4 to the University’s
use New Mexico University
defending champions, were
to participate, the meet this
.as n dual affair between
> University and Flagstaff.
[ibe Ski Jacks joumcy this week-d
to Albuquerque to participate
the UNM ski meet.
ie Nunn, ASC
Charles, U. of A.
Bruehrer, U. of A.
i Chambers, ASC
Tissaw, ASC .........
cr Hubbard. ASC
Campbell, U.. of A.
Prize Waltz Featured At Ball;
Floor Show, Giant Heart For
Engaged Couples Also Planned
D e coration s Follow Sw e ethe art Theme
Ball Presented In A sh urst A uditorium
S a tu rd a y Night, February Fourteenth
Alpha Mu Etirr social sorority at Arizona'Stale College
at FlnjrstalF. plans to feature a prize waltz and an ••nomioti
heart through which engaged couples walk, at th