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^ i TT^-NUMBER 42 PUBLISHED BY ASSOCIATED STUDENTS AT FLAGSTAFF, A R IZO N A TUESDAY, M A Y 23. 1944 Reception Sunday Honors Dr. And Mrs. Gammage The campus home o f Tom O. Btllwood, A ctin g P resid en t of A n - 1 State Teachers College, w as JnT.cene of an in form al reception K night when Mrs. Bellwood i d Mrs. George P o rtn o ff en ter-tilned honoring Dr. G rady Gam-mjffe president of Tem pe S ta te Tnchers College, and M rs. Gam - refreshm ent ta b le ' w as ustefully decorated in sp rin g flow - tn with tall yellow ta p e rs in silver candelabra flanking a low sil-ver bow! of sw eet peas. S ilv er te a jerrice was used w ith Mrs. A. M. McCreary and Dr. K londa Lynn R id in g during the refresh m en t Invited guests w ere m em bers of the faculty who served w ith Dr. Gimmage during his presidency a t the college and included Mr. and Mrs. Chester F. D eaver, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Frsncis C. Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. J. Alfred Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Hsrtwig 0. B jerg, Mr. and Mrs. William W. Tinsley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cree. Dr. and Mrs. Eldon A .' A rdrey, Jti.y Minnie Lintz, M iss C pm elia Dockstader, Miss . L ora Maxwell, Dr. Man- A. Hill, ^ lis s W ilm yth Cwe, Miss Minnie R oseberry, Mrs. M&TRaret Hanley, and M iss M ar-paret Walsh o f Tem pe, M rs. R ay mond G. Babbitt, Mrs. Louise K err, Mrs. Alvin Lloyd, Mrs. E d ith C raw - l<iro and >Lr. and Mrs, P. J. Lin-demann. Music Scholarships Again Offered Best Arizona Tunemakers Again this y e a r as in th e past, Delta Phi Alpha, m usic f ra te rn ity on the campus, is o ffe rin g several scholarships to high school seniors throughout Oio s ta te who a r t qualified. Letters have been se n t to the superintendent o r principal of every nigh school in th e s ta te ask ing their assistance in th e selection of outstanding stu d en ts. In th e put, before tra v e l restrictio n , applicants were p ersonally .n ter-viewed by the D elta A lpha group during the annual to u rs o r the-concert band and A C appella Choir. The purpose o f these sch o larships is to fu rth e r th e developm ent of good music iu th e s ta te by en couraging the in te re st and p a r ticipation in the m usical £ield. D elta Plii Alpha music scholarships have been the m eans o f b rin g in g m any outstanding student* to o u r cam pus. Last y ear’s gro u p of scholarship students included Shirley Fees, Patricia Dickerson, V irg in ia M arkham. Helen F a rr, and M arycarol Pryor. It is hoped th is y e a r th a t those receiving scholarships will be u worthy and tale n te d as those receiving them in th e past. WAR NEWS IN BRIEF South Pacific . American soldiers m ade an other invasion hop from recently captured Hollandia, D utch N ew Gui- ?*»• This tim e it w as th e W ake islands lying o ff the co ast of w estern New Guinea which fell to the ®en of Mac A rth u r’s com m and. A beachhead was also established on tee coast and an airfie ld seized. was the n inth Jap a n e se built airdrome on- New G uinea to be Mptured in a m onth. ..T rw p s of th e Allied N ations on “>e offensive in Ita ly have broken the Gustav and th e H itle r lines, iney are continuing th e ir advance spite of determ ined Germfcn counterattack. T roops on th e An- «o beachhead below Rome a re v jy k n g the no rth w ard advancing Allied forces. A junction is exi t e d soon. Wi*l, railw ays and o th e r tra n s portation and com m unication lines centers as th e ir ta rg e ts, th o u sands of Allied planes rove the ortress of E urope sp read in g ded u ctio n in th e ir w ake. “ D " day “ coming. Burma S*n- SMlwelPs offensive in north Burma is ap p roaching a cli- The Japan ese stro nghold, of *>>tkyina has been en tered by the ®oop* under Stilw ell and com plete tX lUr? of H1® expected to place shortly. T he num ber of casualties in th is cam - has been placed a t 26,000. Training School Kids Juggle Wooden Dolls In 4 Famous Shows The whole world loves puppet shows and we art* no exception. On W ednesday, May 17, a t 1:30 o'clock in th e auditorium of the T raining School, the third grade presented j fo u r puppet plays. The en tire show was developed by the children under the direction o f Miss Z ita C. Pecenka. The ch a rac te rs in th e plays — “Sleeping B eauty,” “ Black Sambo,” “Snow W hite and the Seven D w arfs" and “ H ansel and G retel”—w ere made by th e yiird graders, and very or-iginal, am using people they were. The dram atization was spontaneously developed during the presentatio n of each play, and the results thoroughly enjoyed by both the children and tne audience. Two clowns, The Jo k er (played by N eal M cElroy), and Sandy (behind the scenes, Je rry Russel), an nounced the plays. The responsibility and direction of each play were in the hands of on«* of the children. K arol K uhn was chairm an for "Sleeping B eauty,” and also took th e p a rt of Queen. B arbara Stevenson was the Wicked Fairy, Sonya Beason, Sleeping B eauty; Keith Crawle, the Prince; and Mark Mc- Grew, the King. Billy D eaver was chairm an and Jum bo in "L ittle Black Sambo,” alw ays a favorite. Mumbo was played by Adrienne Paquette, the T iger by H arvey Mosley, and Sam bo by Jim m ie Richardson. T he Seven D w arfs in “S n o w 1 W hite”—Doc, Sleepy, Bashful, I Grum py, Sneezie, Dopey, and Hap- j py—w ere given action and sound ! effects by H ugh McCauley, Jennie Plummec, Nancy Kook, Eugene Yocum, Louisa Lopez, Ida Sanchez, and W illie W atson respectively. H ugh McCauley was chairm an, P a tric ia Pendergrass, Snow W hite, and K arol Kunn the Queen. Music from “H ansel and G retel” - “The Dance,” “The P ra y e r,” and In the Wood" w as featured du ring the presentation of th is play. F red Brock w as H ansel, and also chairm an; A drienne P aquette was G retel; Billie M iller the F a th e r: Yvonne Cogdill the Mother, and B arb ara Stevenson the Witch. The children prepared ahd se -ved punch and cookies to the audience a t the conclusion of the Puppet Show .' Several recordings wore heard and corsages, also made by th e th ird grade, w ere given to th eir p aren ts w-no w ere present. “ A good ? w as had by all.” THE BALKANS, THEN. AND NOW. Indoor Picture Taking Is Feature Attraction Of Weekly Photo Meet The reg u lar m eeting of the Pho-i Club will tak e place T hursday ^.•ening a t 1845 in Room 28 of the A dm inistration Building. Indoor p ictu re tak in g o f a model will be th e fe a tu re attractio n of the evening. Photography will be started im m ediately a t 1845 in o rd er th a t train ees m ay get practical expe rience before retu rn in g to th eir room s a t 2000. Intuition — A stran g e instinct th a t teiis a woman she is right, w hether she is or not. Cover Girl The comparative quiet on the i front continue*. Red air in^ r plane*» however, are attack- I^Kuerman communications In Po- Lovely Leslie Brooks, currently appearing in “Cover Girl," passes on two tips for keeping cosy on less fuel. The smartly tailored suit with appealing lingerie touche* .which she wears, is an excellent choice for chilly spring eventn**- 6And drawing the window shades at night Is a sure way to keep warm air inside the house. The layer o f air trapped between the shade and the glass can cut heat loss through window panes by as much as one-thhd. Amphibious Tank Seen Valuable In Post-War World One of Uncle Sam ’s ‘V a r b abies,” the "W ater B uffalo” am phibious tank, can be expected to occupy an im portant niche in the world o f commerce when w a r ends. T h at expectation has resulted from inquiries made by vtftious business interests to the Food Machinery Corporation which m akes the “B uffalos" a t plants in Lakeland, Florida. San Jose and R iverside, California. Risrht now and for some tim e to come the tanks will be seeing action in the U nited N ations’ b a ttles for a free world. In th a t field they have m et o u tstanding success. This success w as attrib u te d to th e ir ability to travel equally well land o r sea, over sw am ps o r hillsides. P u t overside by ships lying some distance o ff Jap-held islands, th e “W ater B uffalos swam ashore, sm ashing th e ir ways over reefs and m an-m ade b arriers to g ain and hold th e ir objective. They have been used also to bring fresh supplies to em battled troops and to take wounded back to shipside. Business men w ith an eye to the fu tu re have been reading of these exploits of the “ W ater B uffalos" and have figured they would be as valuable in developing the comm erce of peace a s they have been ' i w artim e. F or exam ple, a m an w ith an u n developed m ine in n orthern United S tates fig u res th a t if he could buy a "B uffalo” and o perate it economically. he could g et to his p rope rty w ithout building a road, w ithout building tw’o bridges.- He not only could haul sapplies to th e m ine but could haul ore out. The first models, which have fPUate Turn to Pag* Four) By Gordon A. Shields That’s right, mate, it’s up to YOU. Up to every trainee who will be here next semester. Those blank spaces scattered • throughout the paper may look funny, but brother, the situation Isn’t very amusing right now. If YOU want a “Pine” next semester. YOU are going to have to get on the ball. Maybe yon don’t care about the rajr, If so, we can forget the whole deaL But, if you enjoy reading the campus news and dirt, or if your gal friend or your folks like to know what’s happening up here —if you WANT the “Pine,”. There’s only one solution, and that solution rest* with YOU. Most of the present sta ff leaves here in a few week*. During that time they are willing Second Section Of ASTC Club Survey Released By PINE H ere is th e in fo rm atio n concern, ing C am pus Clubs which w e p rom ised last week. A H iking Club is ing organized th is w ees and we ill lo t you krtow th e developm ents ter. Gam m a Chi B eta Purpose: Social so ro rity to en courage high ideals in friendship and scholarship. O fficers: P resid en t, J e a n Larn-s e c re ta ry -tre a su re r, Tot sponsors, E leanor Prochnow , Zit* Pecenka. A ctivities: New Y ear’s E ve F o rm al, “Club W in tertim e.” sp rin g form al dinner dance fo r m em bers, May dance, outing to Oak C reek, special p a rtie s th ro u g h o u t th e year. D elta P hi Alph* Purpose: H o norary m usic f r a te r n ity to prom ote in te re st an d a p p re ciation of m usic and high scholarship. O fficers: P resid en t, J e r r y C olter; vice president, Joyce C olter; secre-ta ry -tre a su re r, E velyn A nderson; social chairm en, B etty Je a n Oliver and D orothy Sw eet; sponsor, Dr. Eldon A. A rdrey. « A ctivities: Social m eetings each m onth. F o rm al m usicals each m onth. T h ree m usic scholarships aw arded to high school Ju n io rs and S eniors each year. T hree scholarships aw arded to o u tstan d in g m usic stu d e n ts of th e J u n io r a n a S enio r classes each year. Biology Club P u rpose: To encourage in terest in biological su b jects and g ain know ledge o f th e co u n try s u rrounding F la g sta ff. O fficers: P resident, A ngeline B em k lau ; vice p resident, P a tric ia (Pleas* Turn to Page Three J and eager to help any trainee Warn the few simple ropes that Lambda Delta Sigma Holds Outdoor Party With ‘Geetar’ Music The Lam bda D elta S ig m ites In a q u est 'fo r fun found it unlim ited la st S atu rd ay n ig h t as they trekked th e ir w ay to a fireside socjal held no rth of town. The p a rty began ra th e r late ii> th e evening a t th e home of Bishop an a M rs. R obert L. K enner in order to give all those w an tin g to “ta k e in ’* th e carnival, o r should we saj', be "ta k e n in ’ by th e e x p erts in th a t field the o p p o rtu n ity of seeing th e g a la collection of lig h t globes and Indian* i display a t th e C ity P a rk . W hen __1 had congregated, the g ro u p se t out fo r a Tong hike of ab out 20 feet and soon had the chill n ig h t w arm ed by a blazing fire. T he subje c t of food w as su b tly b ro u g h t up by one e n te rp r.sin g V-12 lad so th e ta sk of ro a stin g w einera w as soon begun. The rem ain d er of th e evening w as s p e n t in Binging w ith " g e e t a r ’ accom panim ent by- G eorge Welsh The tra d itio n a l Lam bda D elta S igm a ring wa& foim ed a t the close of th e p a rty and th e them e song, “ Lam b d a D elta S igm a S w eeth e a rt," w as sung. The pleasure-seekers then relu ctan tly le ft th e cam p fire and tu rn ed hom ew ard. A lthough m any of th e m em bers of the fra te rn ity so ro rity w ere nut o f town or unable to come, the p a rty w as atten d ed by ab o u t 3^ m em bers and guests. L am bda D elta S igm a’s n e x t event, in addition to th e weekly F rid ay n ig n t dances a t th e LDS In stitu te , will be a dinner-dance fo r w hich plans a re n o * being m ade. Summer Session's Program Includes 2 Trade Subjects The A rizona S ta te T each ers College a t F la g s ta ff announces tw o special sh o rt term courses to be o ffered d u rin g th e sum m er session o f 194-4, un d er th e auspices o f th e S ta te D ep artm en t of "Vocational E ducation. The f irs t special course is in T rad e and In d u strial E ducation, and In d u strial A rts, designed especially fo r In d u stria l teach ers. Two courses a re offered in th is field: “ M ethods of T eaching I n d u stria l S ubjects,” tw o sem ester h o u rs; and “ M akin and U tilizin g In stru c tio n S h eets,” two sem ester h ours. T hese courses w ill ta k e up all th e stu d e n t’s daily tim e fo r th re e w eek s and will be t M r. G undersen who h o l d s ______ lo r o f Science D egree from th e U tah S ta te College and a M aster o f Science D egree from th e U niv e rsity o f W isconsin, w ith m ajo rs ■ake a journalist. Even though you have never done the work before, if you have the spirit, we’ll do our best to make a reporter or feature writer out of yoo. . There are a few sacrifice* to make, a bit of time and effort involved. But, if you produce the goods. It makes * nice complimentary item on your N avy record. Those are the facta. It’* a personal matter, we’re looking for men with leadership qualities willing to take on a responsible job. Such men are tn this unit, that we know, bat they must come forward and volunteer. If they don’t, the answer is easily given—NO MORE PINE. I f * Up to YOU! Tom 0. Bellwood Returns From Trip To V-12 Conference P resid en t Tom O. Bellwood retu rn ed to ASTC la s t w eek a f te r a ten day leave o f absence sp en t a t Colum bia U n iv ersity a tte n d in g a conference of re p re se n ta tiv e s of V-12 tra in e e colleges and B ureau o f Personnel officials. T he m eetings o f th e group w ere held a t Mac Millan T h eatre, and continued fo r an e n tire week. D u rin g the_ la s t day of th e conference, tn o se in a t tendance w ere q u ests a t a review of m idshipm en in tra in in g a t Colum bia. H igh ran k in g N avy officer* w ere a m o n r th e chief speaker*, one being th e C hief o f the B u reau of P ersonnel, R andall Jacobs. P re s ident Bellwood sta te d th a t each s p eak er lauded th e V-12 p ro g ra m and the w ork th e colleges w ere d o ing in p re p a rin g m en a s fu tu re o fficers. Men who received p re p a in - to ry tra in in g w ere m aking b e tte r records and g e ttin g along fa s te r th a n a t any tim e in th e h isto ry of th is w ar. Due to ad eau alu p re p a ration th e re w as m uch leas w aste of tim e and m oney sp an ; in o rien ta tin g men to m idshipm en school and m ore efficiency w a i noticeable. One p a rtic u la r item w ts m entioned by several of th e sp -a k e rs th a t especially im pressed P . iS;d ent Bellwood. A ccording to the3<* N avy officers, p ersonal in te g rity fo rth rig h tn ess, and g en tlem an ly conduct rated over and above a hig h deg ree o f skill in physics, m ath em atics, o r E nglish. K now leagc of su b ject m a tte r w as deem ed neccsw iry, b u t c h a ra c te r qu alities still ra n k firn t in an officer. T he po in t w as s tr e s sed th a t o fficers u nder fire w ere liable to fa il n o t because they didn ’t know th e ir s tu ff, b ut because th e y lacked the tr a its o f leadership to p u t it- over to th e m en. R eg ard in g th e fu tu re o f th e tra in in g u n it h e re a t th !s college, P re sid e n t Bellwood said th a t it w ould be continued on th e . p re se n t b asis u n til N ovem ber 1. A t th a t tim e th e q u o ta o f m en w ill be low ered by 25 p e r cent. C o n tracts w ith th e N avy w ere said to be in a process o f neg o tiatio n . T he basic tra in in g p ro g ra m w ill continue. N ew tra in e e s w ill be d raw n fro m high schools, and en listed p ersonnel o f th e N avy. Prefecjyice in th e p ro g ra m is being given to fle e t m en who le ft college in o rd e r to en list. W hen asked to com m ent person-ly on th e conference, P re sid e n t _ ellwood said th a t he fe lt he had received d e fin ite in sp iratio n b y a tten d in g it. H e s ta te d th a t he had re tu rn e d hom e d eterm in ed to do e v e ry th in g possible to m ak e th e p ro g ram a success a t th is college, and to tu m o u t w ell tra in e d an d co m p eten t candidates. nritf Indliustrial Education. He is a m an o f w ide exnerience and since Septem ber, 1937, has been th e S ta te D irector in U tah f o r T ra d e and In d u strial E ducation, D istrib u tive E ducation, and V ocational T rain in g fo r W a r Production W orkers. ‘ . T he second special course, which begins Ju ly 3 and ru n s fo r th re e weeks, o ffe rs specialized tra in in g in D istrib u tiv e E ducation. Two courses a re offered in th is field: “ C oordination and C o rrelatio n in D istrib u tiv e E ducation," tw o sem ester h o u rs; and “ O rg anization and A d m in istratio n o f D istrib u tiv e E ducation,” tw o se m ester hours. T he courses in D istrib u tiv e E d u cation w ill be ta u g h t by W a lte r F. Shaw, who holds A.B., A.M., and L. H. D. D egrees. Mr. Shaw h as had wide experience in school and o ffice ad m in istratio n and personnel relations, a s well a s h av in g served a s a tra d e association executive and prom otion and ad v e rtisin g m an a g e r fo r th e N atio n al L um ber M an u factu rers A ssociation in its nation-w ide prom otion o f grede-m arked q u ality lu m b er and fo re s t products. F u rth e r in fo rm atio n m ay be obtained in re g a rd to th ese special courses b - w ritin g to E dw in C. G racey, S ta te Supervisor, De] m ent o f T ra d e and In d u stria l J----- cation, P hoenix, A rizona, o r to Tom O. Bellwood, A ctin g P resid en t, A rizona S ta te Teachers College, F la g s ta ff. — Episcopalians Invite Trainees f t Church Dance This Saturday Trainees, either w ith d a te s c “stag,” are cordially invited to a l tend a dance at Epiphany Episcopal Church next Saturday evening from 2030 until 2400. Good music, plenty o f ta sty refreshm ents, ana enough dates to go around is the promise of the comm ittee in charge. Red Cross Totals In War Fund Now 2 Hundred Million On A p ril 30th, th e 1944 Red C ross W a r F u n d reached a to ta l of $211,200,000, Leon F ra s e r, N a tio n al C am p aig n C h airm an, announced recen tly . T he m inim um goal set a t th e beg in n in g of th e c am p aig n waa $20,000,000. T h e P acific A rea on th e sam e d a y had a tta in e d $25,- 328,015. th u s p a ssin g its m inim um goal or $23,233,250. A ccording to re p o rts, 288 o f th e 332 c h a p te rs in th e P acific A rea have now a tta in e d o r passed th e ir qu o tas. T he re m ain d er a re still a t w ork, an d will soon t'o ov er th e top. A s o f M ay 15th, th e F la g s ta f f C h a p te r h a s reached a to ta l o f $13,218.06, according to O rinn C. Com pton, C am paign C h airm an. T he m inim um goal fo r th is c h a p te r w as $12,500. “ W< a re v ery proud indeed o f th e splendid response from th e people o f F la g s ta f f and vicinity,” Mr. Com pton s ta te d . “T h e ir g e n e ro sity in m eetin g th e g re a tly in creased needs o f th e Red C ross on alt fig h tin g fro n ts and (Pleaee Tum to Paco Four) Social Calendar SOCIAL C ALENDAR W eek May 23 Indu. May 29 Tuesday, May 2 8 - Movie for Trainees, “Son o f Fury.” Wednesday, May 24— Social: Morris-Johnston. 1845 Pine sta ff m eeting, L-7. 1715 Friday, May 26— D elta Phi Party—a t Anderson home. 1930 USO Show. 1880 Saturday, May 27— Dance at Episcopal Parish Hall for studenta and trainees. 2100 Social: Lynn-Portnoff. 2100 8 tn d ay, May 28— Grand Canyon Trip.
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|Title||The Pine, May 23, 1944.|
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^ i TT^-NUMBER 42 PUBLISHED BY ASSOCIATED STUDENTS AT FLAGSTAFF, A R IZO N A TUESDAY, M A Y 23. 1944
Honors Dr. And
The campus home o f Tom O.
Btllwood, A ctin g P resid en t of A n -
1 State Teachers College, w as
JnT.cene of an in form al reception
K night when Mrs. Bellwood
i d Mrs. George P o rtn o ff en ter-tilned
honoring Dr. G rady Gam-mjffe
president of Tem pe S ta te
Tnchers College, and M rs. Gam -
refreshm ent ta b le ' w as
ustefully decorated in sp rin g flow -
tn with tall yellow ta p e rs in silver
candelabra flanking a low sil-ver
bow! of sw eet peas. S ilv er te a
jerrice was used w ith Mrs. A. M.
McCreary and Dr. K londa Lynn
R id in g during the refresh m en t
Invited guests w ere m em bers of
the faculty who served w ith Dr.
Gimmage during his presidency a t
the college and included Mr. and
Mrs. Chester F. D eaver, Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs.
Frsncis C. Osborn, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Alfred Anderson, Mr. and Mrs.
Hsrtwig 0. B jerg, Mr. and Mrs.
William W. Tinsley, Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. Eldon A .' A rdrey,
Jti.y Minnie Lintz, M iss C pm elia
Dockstader, Miss . L ora Maxwell,
Dr. Man- A. Hill, ^ lis s W ilm yth
Cwe, Miss Minnie R oseberry, Mrs.
M&TRaret Hanley, and M iss M ar-paret
Walsh o f Tem pe, M rs. R ay mond
G. Babbitt, Mrs. Louise K err,
Mrs. Alvin Lloyd, Mrs. E d ith C raw -