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C h e Published by Associated Students Tuesday, December 18, 1934 ARIZONA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA Volume XXII—No. 13 Knudsen Defeats Ferris For Editor Charity To Benefit From Balls Town Backs Lumberjack Dance Idea Formal Affair Planned To Help Town Needy Christmas Thursday Eve Charity Dance To Become Annual Yuletide Occurrence Promising a large turnout, the advance ticket sale on the Charity ball to be given in Ashurst auditorium Thursday night is going along at a rapid rate. As the affair is sponsored by both the student body ^nd the Associated Women students a large turnout of townspeople is expected. Many town organisations are also backing the affair with great , anticipation of turning it into a huge annual get-together of the college and the town. This Is the only time of the year when the college invites the townspeople and the high school students to attend a campus formal affair. The entire amount of profit gleaned from the gate will be turned over to F lagstaff charity. Tom Rees stated at the Townjack banquet that over 50 Christmas baskets were able to be purchased by the proceeds from the Thanksgiving day football game th at was played between the Varsity and the Freshmen. Nearly the same amount should be purchased from the ticket sale at Thursday night’s dance if things go as they have been. The price of admission is still 25 cents. Jam es Williams and his Lumberjack Collegians will furnish the music for the dancing. The advance publicity calls for a formal affair, but those in charge say that dark suits will suffice in the absence of a “bib-and-tucker.” <The student committees that are working on the project deserve a lot of credit for the splendid way th at the entire affai j^has been handled. I tis hoped by those in charge *.hat the students as a whole respond, as well" as the chairmen have. President Arman Peterson has suggested that all students, whether they are able to attend or not, purchase a ticket for charity’s sjke. ^ ^ R u s s e ll Jackson, former Lum-bnVjack football captain, and Dwight “Under the Axe” P atterson are, campus visitors for a few davs. Jackson is now attending graduate school at U. S. C. and P atterson is working in Peoria. The latter also has a full time night job in Tempe. Santa Claus To Visit Lumberjacks Flash! Bulletin! Whoope! Last minute dispatches from the North Pole say that Saint Nicholas, who it is rumored is again planning a coup de-tate which will soon give him temporary powers of a world-wide dictator over homes and governments, will reveal his plans for a genial monarchy Friday when he announces that he will make a flying trip to the Flagstaff college campus. It is reported that at this time he will dismiss all classes until January 7, at .which time the last vintages of his power will be voluntarily surrendered. Rebellious faculty members or students will be dealt with harshly, he said. Saint Nicholas'-!* the pioneer of the economic school that believes in spending one’s way back to poverty and happiness. During the short annual period that his economic policy has ruled nations it is reported that morfc adults have gone bankrupt and more young people made happy than anybody to date has been insane enough to try and figure out.________ ^___________________ Honor Society Phi Delta Chi Roster Is Given Stages Annual For Publication Christmas Party The Honor society roster for the winter quarter and the future was released for the Pine today and is as follows: Manuel Cajero, president; Iceland Carmack, Angelina Gonzales, Henry Howe, Franklin Jordan, Frances Mitchell, Ed,, Miller, Arman Peterson, Myrtle Peterson, Vertion Reeves, Aurelia Shirley, Inez Udall, Dean Minnie Lintz and Dr. Mary A. Hill. Miss Boyer Gives Lecture At Phnx. Miss Mary G. Boyer delivered three lectures on Arizona Literature at Phoenix Union high school last Friday at the invitation of Dean H. B. Wyman of Phoenix Junior college. From Phoenix Miss Boyer motored to* Superior where she addressed the Woman’s club on Saturday. Phi Delta Chi he’ 1 its annual Christmas party last night at 7:30 in the Social room of the main building. Each (jirl brought a gift to exchange with someone else. Bridge fum'shed the evening's entertainment, after which tuna fish and pimento sandwiches were served with punch. . Nearly all of the members a ttended. Miss Laura Maxwell, sponsor, was unable to come due to illness. TOWN I)E MOLAY TO HOLD MEET An invitation is extended to all college De Molays to attend the first get-together of the Pi Kappa Epsilon and the town De Molay organization Wednesday, Decem-fier 19. All the college De Molays who wish to attend and lack transportation can be accommodated by >eeing Sid Knudsen, Pete Woodard or Jeff Ferris. Twelfth Nite Revels Plans Promise Fun Vote Tomorrow To Select King And Queen Of Festivities Flashing lights, beautiful colors, enchanting music, gorgeous costumes, life and gayety are all to be a part of the greatest Twelfth Night Revels in the history of A. T. C. to be held Monday night, January 7. Only a costume is needed to gain admittance. The costume may be of any type from Hula Hula to Elizabethan, from tropic to Eskimo. The Kin* and Queen of the levels will be chosen from the faculty in an assembly election next Wednesday. They will act as master and mistress to the party and add much to its life. Ashurst auditorium will be turned into. a-veritable fairyland for the gala occasion. Every year the art department of the Playmakers spends hours of time in preparing the scenic attractions for the a ffair. Every year Twelfth Night Revels is looked forward to with a great deal .of anticipation as the one costume ball of the season. The entrance^ of the King and Queen is the climax of the evening. Last year’s royalists were Coach Aaron McCreary and Miss Janet Friday, former music professor. The year before th at saw Coach Rudy Lavik and Dr. Mary A. Hill seated on the royal throne. This yeur’s selection as usual is left to the student*. The names and pictures of those selected will be sent to all the state papers and the Collegiate Digest. ' s ophomore Wins In Campaignless Battle For Pine Editorship Home Economics Sorority P la n s Formal D in n er Omicron Kappa Gamma, home economics sorority of the Arizona State Teachers college ftt Flagstaff, has appointed committees for their formal dinner, which is to be held a week after Christmas. The dinner is given every year by the old members in honor of the new pledges. The new pladges are June Lynch, Kayenta; Ruth Powles, Oakland, Calfi.; Bernice Smith, Linden; Sara Bodily, Mesa; Helen Gibbons, St. Johns; Hilda Moore, Casa Grande; Grace Harsh-berger, F lagstaff; Thelma Weimer, Glendale; Eleanor Gray, Yuma; Elinor Seale, Webb. The 1936 Olympics will see basketball admitted as a contesting sport, with 18 or 20 teams expected to enter into competition for the world’s championship. New Varsity Captain Has Interesting Life Playing football and getting a college education may seem tame to Lewis “Elder” Phelps, who was necently elected to lead Coach Mark Macintosh’s Lumberjack varsity for the 1935 season. During ’29 and ’30 Phelps was a Mormon missionary in Scotland. Many are the tales of the “bonnie heelands” that Elder tells in men’s bull sessions. Interesting, too, is the Scotch /brogue that the Elder goes into, when the impulse moves him. For the past two years Phelps has been a stellar member of the Lumberjack gridiron squad. Before that he played a rough and tough job at guard for Coach Mc- Creary’s Peagreeners. During his first year on the varsity Elder was one of two sophomores who played first string on the Border champ’s eleven. The other member of the outfit was Carl Hendricks. An interesting note here is that both these sophi mores played end. For the past season Phelps saw his service at blocking back. His 200 pounds of smashing frame-working bowled over many an aspiring tackier until a knee injury put him on the bench. The injury healed, however, for the final games of the season and the copper- topped Kid was soon back in action. In high school Phelps was a crack shot in basketball as well as being a football flash. Working his way through college, however, takes too much time. Hence Phelps spends his spare time during the quarter jerking sodas in the College Inn. It has been said that the Michigan system employed by Coach Macintosh is made up a punt and a prayer. When Phelps was asked to speak a t the recent Town-, jack banquet he stated, “I'll do the praying next year for th at old Michigan system.’" Lumberjacks 'T ra v e l Far For Yuletide All Corners Of Continent Visited To See Santa And Blitzen The Lumberjacks will celebrate Christmas day in all corners of the continent this year and sample turkey -from Los Angeles to Ecorse, Mich. The latter city will be visited by Miss Roberta Dilfill, A. W. S. prexy, who is going clear back to the far east to visit Ma and Pa and Sister Margaret. Andy Wolf likes to travel to Andy is going home for the first time in several years and his home is in Cumberland, Md. Andy plans to travel by motor, bus, and maybe plane. Miss Klonda Lynn and Dr. Mary A t Hill are going to drive “Ophelia" (not a horse, but a V8), to New Orleans to attend the national convention of speech teachers. Turkey in grand ^old southern style will be their reward. Miss Ida G. Wilson and Annie Appelin will drive to Lincoln, Neb., to visit the elder Wilsons. On the way they plan to stop off in Denver to visit with Miss Wilson’s brother. When Carl Hendricks was asked where he was going he said, “Home to Globe and then to Inglewood." Other destinations will be: Charles Neimi, Mexico; Rossic and Woodard, Brookhill jail; Brix, Donna Gay and Dorothy Peach, home sweet home; Fuller, stays here; Harry Biller, home to the platinum blondes; Coach Macintosh wants to go to Pasadena for the Rose Bowl game and Mrs. Mac wants to go to Mexico. The predictions are 0-0 that the Coach and Coachess will eat enchiladas instead of Turkey. Women Students Planning Social Calendar Ahead Four social events will be sponsored by the Associated Women students during the remainder of this quarter. Meeting for the first time in the new council room last Wednesday, the A. W. S. council planned an active and varied social calendar: a coed prom to which no men will be adm itted; the annual mixer held during the winter quarter for the townswomen; a buffet lurteheon in honor of the honor roll students; and a tea dance. "The council does not wish to be considered as a separate group, but as a representation of all-tlie^ women on the campus,” stated Roberta Dilfill, A. W. S. president. “In fostering these activities we want to further the interests and good feeling among all women students. We hope to have their cooperation in giving these functions." Kaufman III Goes Home Jacqueline Kaufman was rushed to her home Friday evening after she suddenly became very ill. There she will undergo an appendix operation as soon as she recovers sufficient strength. Ferris Takes Short Knd Of 1.52-93 Vote At Monday Polling Sport E d itor Sid Knudsen Present Sport Head And Prexy Of Pi Kaps Sidney Knudsen. sophomore class ee-pn*sident, from Westwood, Calif., was elected Pine editor for the year ’35-'36 in a student election yesterday. Jeff Ferris, Inglewood, Calif., junior, took the short end of a 132-93 tally. The surprisingly vote cast Indicates a lack of student interest in school affairs. The election however, was not treated with the. usual hulabaloo th at goes with student elections. Because of the friendship b e - Knudsen tween the two candidates no mud slinging or wilu campaigning took place on either side. Knudsen is the present sports editor of the Pine. This being his first year on the staff he has de veloped rapidly into a fine editor and with a great deal of high school experience behind him should make a splendid editor for the coming year. Sometime after the holidays he will probably be shifted from the sport page to the.front page where he will gain more experience. Jeff Ferris, defeated candidate and present news editor, will continue on in his regular capacity. Knudsen is aside from being the vice-president of his class, president of Pi Kappa Epsilon, local De^Iolay social fraternity. LytmHeads To Forum Society On Sunday Nite Dicken’s Christmas Carol was read to members of the Open Forum society a t their regular meeting last Sunday night by Miss Klonda Lynn, dramatics head. A highly entertaining feature of the evening was the preparing and eating %t popcorn and English walnuts. CALENDAR Tuesday, December 18 Meeting of Pine S taff at 7. Meeting of Pine Knots at 7:30, Open Forum House. Basketball—Western T r a n s i t Renos vs. Lumberjacks. Wednesday. December 19 Meeting of Forensic Society in Jtoom 20 at 7:00. M eeting of International Relations Club, 7. Training School Christmas Program, 7:00, Asshurst auditorium. Morton Hall Christmas Party, 8:80. ' Campbell Hall Christmas Party, 8:80. Thursday, December 20 Meeting of Newman Club in Room 28 a t 7:80. Meeting of Sigma Eta Alpha in Room 20 at 11:35. Associated Students Christmas Ball (Form al) at 8:30. Sunday, December XS Open Forum.
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|Title||The Pine, December 18, 1934.|
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C h e
Published by Associated Students
Tuesday, December 18, 1934 ARIZONA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA Volume XXII—No. 13
Knudsen Defeats Ferris For Editor
Charity To Benefit From Balls
Formal Affair Planned To
Help Town Needy
Charity Dance To Become
Promising a large turnout, the
advance ticket sale on the Charity
ball to be given in Ashurst auditorium
Thursday night is going
along at a rapid rate.
As the affair is sponsored by
both the student body ^nd the Associated
Women students a large
turnout of townspeople is expected.
Many town organisations are
also backing the affair with great
, anticipation of turning it into a
huge annual get-together of the
college and the town.
This Is the only time of the year
when the college invites the townspeople
and the high school students
to attend a campus formal affair.
The entire amount of profit
gleaned from the gate will be
turned over to F lagstaff charity.
Tom Rees stated at the Townjack
banquet that over 50 Christmas
baskets were able to be purchased
by the proceeds from the Thanksgiving
day football game th at was
played between the Varsity and
Nearly the same amount should
be purchased from the ticket sale
at Thursday night’s dance if things
go as they have been.
The price of admission is still
25 cents. Jam es Williams and his
Lumberjack Collegians will furnish
the music for the dancing.
The advance publicity calls for
a formal affair, but those in charge
say that dark suits will suffice in
the absence of a “bib-and-tucker.”