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-I -1-96-1 Engineer Comple tes Bell Installation e 082 ARIZONA STATE COLLEGI! YOL49 FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1961 NUMBER 35 Shrine Choir To Present Final Concert Tonight At 8 As a finale to one of the most succes ful seasons in its history, the Shrine of Ages Choir will present its Spring concert program to a hometown audience at 8 p.m. in the College Auditorium. [oininc: the 48-·>oice choir in a tribute to Flagstaff and the college for their support of the choir this year will be the 14·voice Madrigal Singers and Men's Glee Club. Major numbers in the choir's 1961 Spring tour repertoire have been selected by Director Millard Kinney for the concert, which will include sac:red mu· sic, choral classic:s popular melodies, and novelty tunes. Publication Notice "IT'S DIF'FE.RENT"- That's what Butb Boos· man (left), assistant professor of cut, tells stu. d~nt Sylvia Ortiz, regarding painting at stu· ~nt art exhibit. Sculptures. drawings. cerCDD· ics, paintings, mosaics, and etching of more than 150 students are now being exhibited In the art gcdlery of the Technology an'd Applied Aris Center from 8 a:.m. to 5 p.m. daily through Sunday (May 7). Exhibit 1s part of 1961 ASC Creative Arts :Festival now in progress. AU students inter::::!<led in ap· plying for the positions of Edi· tor of the LUMBEliJACK, stu· dent newspaper, or LA CUES· l'A, student yec:t::-l)ook. must tum in said applications to Melvin HutC'hinson. director of publicity, prior to 4 p.m. Wed· nesday. May 10. Mr. Hutchin· son's office is on the first floor of the Forestry • Journalism building. ~haron VanderSys t~amed '"Woman Of The Year' At Women's Banquet Patio Dance Planned Fo Tonight At 8:30 Dance tG the Music of Fats Checkers and his band tonight on the patio of the Arts Building. Applications for the positions of business managers of the LUMBERJACK or the LA CUES· TA must be turned In to Mr. Hutchinson by the sa:me ttme and as stated above. 1\'Gmen's Dar was concluded Tuesda;, :'..fa)· 2. with the naming of the Woman of the Day. Woman of the Year. and tapping of the new Honor Board members at the anm~al buffet dinner. The dance is sponsored by the P.E. Majors and Minors. It is free to all and refreshments will be served. Tbe job of LUMBERJACK ed· itor pays $50.50 per month, that of LA CUESTA editor $42.50 per month. Both business man· ager jobs receive a 10% com· mission of all advertising sold. Dr. :\finnie Roseberry, supervising teacher in the first c;radt> of the college elementary school, was named faculty woman of the day. Chcst!n Senior Wo!l'3.n of the Year was Sharon VanderSys. .!iss VanderSys, a home economics major from Albuquerque, :. f., was chosen on the basis of outstanding service to the school during her years here. Speaker for the evening was .!iss Nancy Brown, national president Qf Intercollegiate Associated Women Students. She spoke on "Color:!'ul Roles of Wom· en in College." Entertainment was provided by a girl.s' sextet who sang "Such j Beautiful Things," and Marjorie Famswor h, who gave a humor-ous read ing. j Highlight of the evening was the tapping of new Honor Board I members by the old members. Earh new member was tapped by bemg presented with a longstmmP. t J?d rose, and a miniature mor'ar board. New Hor".>r Board members are 1 ~~dra Pearson, Eleanor Sabin, SJe Wheadon, LenGre Nagle, Barbara Smith, Sharon Douglass, -~enny Martin, and lludy Myer. Frat Attem ti g To Reorganize Group The regular meeting of Phi Kappa Theta, national Catholic ~en's fraternity will be held Onday evening at 8:00 p.m. in tile College Union. All interested men are urged lo attend the meEting. The group I~ the process o! re-organizing fo etr club. Contact Bob Jacobs r further information. The fraterniy is planning a ltreet dance and cake walk in the :ar future. Dates will be an· I unced later. ATTENTION DeMOLAYS All those interested in formIng a DeMolay Instcdlation Team are urged to attend a special meetlnq Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. in the Flagstaff Masonk l'emple ac:ross from the County Court House. Contact BiD Hobclrt or Bob Me· Call for further information. A paid up dues C'ard is required. -·--~... r, .• The dance will run from 8:30 to 11:30. The patio can be reached by going down the ramp between the Arts Building and the Women's Gym. Car Wash Planned Tbe Publications Boa:rd will make recommendations of the most qualified applicants to ' the Student Government for Kappa Kappa Psi national bon- final approval and acceptance. orary band fraternity will hold a Persons selected will be bound ear wash Saturday, May 6, at I by contract to tbe Associated Eddie's Richfield Station. Students through publications' The wash will run from 8:00 sponsors for satisfactory per-a. m. to 5:00 p.m. formance of their positions. \ AMONG ART EXHIBITS - Ell~ry Gibson.. O:S· s1stant professor of art. describes details of house plan and model to student Zelphia Brandis at student a:rt exhibit at ASC. Designed cmd built by Johmlf Mackler. the bcnue pla:a is oae of many types of c:reative art beblgr exh!tdlec! In the art gallery of the a- JlSC Technology and Applied Arb Center from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through SUDday (Muy 7). Dlsplayect are the worb of men. them ISO JlSC students. Ad· rniuion is rr-. "Every musical taste in the college and community has been considered in arranging the program," Kinney said. "As an expression of gratitude for the backing Flagstaff and the college has given us this year, we have music for everyone." The performance--part of the 1961 ASC Creative Arts Festival now in progress-will be the last full-scale concert by the choir this season. Earlier this spring, the choir sang at 10 Arizona and California cities during one of the 28-year-old organization's mos successful tours. Highlight of the tour was the choir's performemce before the general assembly of the Westem Division of the National Music Educators Conference In Santa Monica. Calif~ Ma:rch 27. The choir was selected to rep. resent Arizona music organiza. tions at the convention and was accorded a major spot In t he entertainment program. MusiC' educators gave the choir an extended ova:tion. Bells Installed; Tested First Time Last Wednesday The bells had not yet been tuned, and the engineer played no special melody, but Flagstaff and ASC heard a brief preview "col)eert" Wednesday afternoon of the new campus-community carillons now being installed above ASC's Old Main building. Installation of the cabinets and electronic components was completed Wednesday night following the "tune-up" by Earl Homan, field engineer for Schul· merieh Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, Pa., manufacturers of the bells. Yet to arrive a:re minor components. including "auto bell" plastiC' rolls from which 50 melodies can be played automatiC'ally. Plans are being arranged for the dedicatory concert which will be played within the next sev. eral weeks, according to Dr. EJ. don Ardrey, director of the ASC division of liberal arts and a member of the campus carillon committee. The bells originally were not scheduled for installation until May 22 date of spring commencement exercises at ASC. "Due to ideal factory concH. Uon.s and with the aid of members of the college building and ground& department wbo have given us splendid cooper. atiou we are able to get the bells In operation much ._. er them plCIDilec!." Homem g. Plalned.. When fully installed the earn. Ions will be audible within a two-mile radius of the campus on a normal day.
|Creator||Northern Arizona University. Associated Students.|
|Title||The Lumberjack, May 5, 1961.|
|Collection name||Northern Arizona University: The Lumberjack|
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-I -1-96-1 Engineer Comple tes Bell Installation
ARIZONA STATE COLLEGI!
YOL49 FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1961 NUMBER 35
Shrine Choir To Present
Final Concert Tonight At 8
As a finale to one of the most succes ful seasons in its history,
the Shrine of Ages Choir will present its Spring concert program to
a hometown audience at 8 p.m. in the College Auditorium.
[oininc: the 48-·>oice choir in a tribute to Flagstaff and the college
for their support of the choir
this year will be the 14·voice
Madrigal Singers and Men's Glee
Major numbers in the choir's
1961 Spring tour repertoire
have been selected by Director
Millard Kinney for the concert,
which will include sac:red mu·
sic, choral classic:s popular
melodies, and novelty tunes.
"IT'S DIF'FE.RENT"- That's what Butb Boos·
man (left), assistant professor of cut, tells stu.
d~nt Sylvia Ortiz, regarding painting at stu·
~nt art exhibit. Sculptures. drawings. cerCDD·
ics, paintings, mosaics, and etching of more
than 150 students are now being exhibited In
the art gcdlery of the Technology an'd Applied
Aris Center from 8 a:.m. to 5 p.m. daily through
Sunday (May 7). Exhibit 1s part of 1961 ASC
Creative Arts :Festival now in progress.
AU students inter::::!