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WELCOME MOM! VOLUME 51 'Brigadoon' Run Continues Tonight, Twice Tomorrow A cast of one-hundred and twenty students will present the second showing of "Brigadoon" tonight at 8:15 in the auditorium. Show times for Mom and Dad's Day are 2:30 and 8:30 p.m. Last night's opening performance was well received by a large turnout which packed the auditorium. "Brigadoon" is the seventh production by Esquire Escapades and this is the first Broadway hit presentation. Tbe play, directed by Mel Kinney, is a story of two men who <J"Ot lost wbile hunting and acc:idenUy c:ame upon the c:ity of Brigadoon, a city whic:b appears only once in every century. One hunter, Tommy Albright, portrayed by Gary Snapp, falls in love with Fiona MacLaren, played by Carolyn Wright, and their love proves strong enough to hold them together even after separation. Technkal Di r e c: I or J a c k Craves desi9"ned sets for tbe eleven scenes. One hundred students composed a backstage chorus that accompanies cast members in singing such songs as 'Come To Me, Bend To Me," and 'Heather On The Hill". The music is by Alan Jay Lerner. Book and lyrics by Frederick Loewe. Jukehox Installed In Student Hangout Axers' Alley is now equipped with a juke box. Max Peterson, student manager of the hangout. announced this week that the juke box was installed Wednesday and ls now In service. Peterson asked that students list their choices for records to be put on the juke box. A form for favorites can be signed at the hangout. The manager stated that he will try to obtain those numbers that the student clientele prefer. ARIZONA STATE COLLEGE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1962 '"BRICAlJOON" - Andrew MacLaren, played by Bon Gonshak (center) gives some fatherly adviC'e to his two daughters Jean MacLaren and Fiona MacLaren played by Ca.rolyn Wright and Ann Murdock The second performance of :Srigadoon be<]ins tonight at 8:00 in the auditorium. 'Brigadoon' Receives High Praise For Acting, Costumes, And Scenes By KATHRYN GRANT It was a hit on Broadway and now it's a hit at ASC. " Brigadoon" is one of the best p lays given on this campus in several years. Ann Murdo~k. Fionna, does a superb job. Sbe is lovely, petite, and charming. Ann seems to float several inches aoove the stage. When she sings it's like hearing angels. Her voice is high and sweet, like a fine silver belL Cary Snapp, as Tommy, does an equally fine job. His voice is deep and full and extremely pleasant to hear. He and ADo compliment eac:b other, espedally when tbey sin9" together. Their voices blend beautifully. Rei Golenor gives a fine performance as Meg Brockie. Her seduction scene with Steve Sacco, Jeff, provides comic relief for the serious part of the first scenes. \Valter Barr -Harry Beaton, and Ron Gonshak - Mr. MacLaren. One of the fun niest things in the entire musical is Steve Sacco in kilts. A word of congratulations is c!ue to tbe technical crew. Tbe sets are fabulous. Best work ever done with pressed wood and enamel. Tbe waterfall on the left of the stage is also beautifuL The costumes are attractive and authentic looking. A musical worth seeing. It's something this campus won't forget easily. WELCOME DAD! NUMBER 9 Moms And Da s Arrive omor ow Mothers and fathers will arrive tomorrow morning for th_c Annual ASC Mom and Dad's Day. This day is especially se! a •de to i.nvite parents of ASC students to meet instructors, and achmmstralors of ASC. - · · th The Day will officially start at 8 a.m. with reg.str atton m e College Union Lobby and a coffee in the South Campus dining hall. At 10 a.m. outstanding- scholars of Arizona will be honored Students To Receive Honors at Convocation The Annual Honors Convocation here Oct. 27, will honor more than 150 students from 48 Arizona Communities for their scholastic achievement during 1961-62 school year. Tbe convocation will be held in the College Union Auditorium at 1[):30 a.m. in conjunction with Mom and Dad's Day. Dr. Margaret Carrigan, ASC professor of English, will deliver the convocation address. The honor assembly will recognize those students who ranked highest in the sophomore, junior, and senior classes. Those freshmen ranking in the top 10 percent of their 1961-62 ~raduating class will be honored. Special recognition will b e given to 57 of this year's entering freshmen who were valedictorians or salutatorians, or t h ose who ranked in the upper five percent of their high school graduating class. David Nava and Carol Lynn Biebedch of Gallup will receive tbe Honors Coundl Award for their outstanding work in the Honors Program at ASC. Recognition will go to 23 sen· iors, 18 juniors, and 40 sophomores for their scholastic achievement. Those scholars selected to Sigma Epsilon Sigma, a national honorary for women, and those men who are selected to the Phi Eta Sigma, also a national honorary for freshmen men, will be a n nounced. at the annual Honors Couvoc:ation. Dr. Margaret C<uri9"an wiD deliver the keynote ad-dress. Lunch and dinner will be served in both college dining halls. All campus dorms and buildings will open for inspection to parents in the afternoon. The play "Brigadoon" wi ll be produced twice, in the afternoon and evening. The afternoon ac-tivities will include a powderpuff football game. Tbe game will feature the independent womea aga:inst tbe sorority women with the fraternity men acting «S cheer lecders and pom-pon girls. Offi c:ials will be colle<J"e admini · strators. The game ls schedul~ for 3 p.m. at tbe football fiel:l. A basketball game between the varsity and J.V. is scheduled for the evening. Various organizations will serve breakfast to the visitors Sunday morning. Town Hall Ferum Sets First Meeting The :first meeting for t h e new town hall discussion groups has been set for Nov. 4, at 2 p.m., in the South Dining Hall. ''Pressure and Propcl9'anda". and "The Way They Confuse or Inform the PubHc,:~ is the topic: to be dis~ussed by a panel made up of students and faculty members. They are - Dr. John Lindquest; students George R. Owen; Ken Coor; and Charles Biller. The panel discussion has been chos en, r a ther than a speaker. Petersc:Jn also said that an exhcrust fan to control the room beat will be installed in a matter of c!ays. He stated that entertainment ls being featured at least two nights a week. The entertainment varies from rock and roll combos to folk singers, western bands and even bridge games. Her two songs, "The Love of My Life" and "My Mother's Wedding Day'' are the funniest of the entire play. :Bud Weiskotten, C b a r I i e Darylmple, gives a fine vocal performance - the song to hi!; :bd"Cie Jean, "Come to Me. Bend to Me" Is one of the most beautiful In the show. Student Senate Takes Action _On Executive Council Plans Moderatol' for the qlsc:ussion will be Dr. Edward Walker. head of the Sociology department. The student chairman for the discussion has not yet been chosen, but will be decided upon in time for the first meeting of the new group. After t his, a new student chairman will be chosen for each meeting. Other good performances a re seen from Taylor McBride, Mr. Lundie, Carolyn Wright-Jean, Four Preps To Appear November 1 sf; Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra Rescheduled The Four-Preps will appear for a concert on the ASC campus, Nov. 1 at 8 p.m. in place of the Jimmy Dorsey Band, which was scheduled to appear on Oct. 30. The change is due to several reasons- First, it Is the desire of Tom Dia9"11J(m. ASC social manager, to "pro-vide the ASC students with additional top entertainus., H Second, since the Dorsey Band pulled out on ASC at the last minute and dld not play at Homecoming, they are obligated to play ometlme at a later date. The Band will appear sometime during the school year for a :fee of $600.00 in order to rectify the situation they left A.S.C. in last month. TbircL upon finding "that the Preps had only Nov. I open. Dingman scheduled them to appear here In place of the Dorsey :bcmd. making- i t possible to have two attractions instead of one. The concert will be in the Men's Gym. The show will be free o:f charge to those students with ID cards. Action In the Student Senate Tuesday night Included the proposed plan of Executive Council Advistory Committees and closed session discussion of the Who's Who selection. There was considerable discussion concerning the proposed plan for the advisory committees of the Executive Council. By unanimous vote the senate felt that they were not in line wit h the constitution and sent them back to the Executive Council. Regarding Who's Who, further discussion was held on the selection, but 1t was in closed session. Standing committee reports processed In taking up the remaining time. The four amendments suggested by the rules committee were accepted. One o:f the amendments makes it possible that any s udent upon request may be invited to be a non-voting member of the stand ing committee. Tbe reason helnq. the senate felt that there are times when an outside student can have better Insight into a particular issue than the rest of the committee. .Business from the Speaker's Desk heard the first reading of Senate Blll14, concerning the selection of tbe co-chairmen for Senior Day. Members of the original Guidance Committee aze wu. Ham Lyon. Max Basemann. Albert Adams. Marg-aret Canf. gem, Ralph Rolly, Mel'ria Hutchinson. Charles Meister, J[ath. erlne Mutt. Carland Downum. and Eldon A. Ardrey. Cha:Uman. The conduct and topics of the forum to be directed by the Director of the Division o:f Liberal Arts assisted by a student committee. It was felt by the Senators tbat they were a leglslatlve organization and not particularly servlc:e Or<J"anb:atlon. Therefore they said that there are plenty of other organizations who can check JD c:ards at the Award Winning "G.tti' movies. "':IJ Senator Coor volunteered the To Be Shown Sunday Sophos for Oct. 28. The motion picture 'Gi gi" will MeeUng time for the Student be hown in the auditorium this Senate has been moved up to Sunday at 8:00p.m. The story of 6:30, rather than the previous a young :french girl entering wo- 7:30 lime. This is due to the late- manhood stars Leslie Caron and ness that the Senate has been Louis Jordan. This movie took running. nine Academy Awards In 1959.
|Creator||Northern Arizona University. Associated Students.|
|Title||The Lumberjack, October 26, 1962.|
|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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|Oral history transcripts||
A cast of one-hundred and
twenty students will present the
second showing of "Brigadoon"
tonight at 8:15 in the auditorium.
Show times for Mom and Dad's
Day are 2:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Last night's opening performance
was well received by a
large turnout which packed the
"Brigadoon" is the seventh
production by Esquire Escapades
and this is the first Broadway hit
Tbe play, directed by Mel
Kinney, is a story of two men