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Blood Drive Thursday, Friday ARIZONA STATE COLLEGE Faculty Play This Weekend Uft!~.~jack VOLUME 51 How's The Pie? Diana Ziede Eric Stadlema n For a complete rundown on these and other \\'estern Week and Rodeo Winners see page 4. Hot Debate Flares Over Cuts In Budget Heated debate accompanied Tuesday's presentation of next year's budget to the tudent Senate. last night, too late for publication. At this meeting was to be decided the reapportionmem of the budget, allowing for the extra allowance to the Lumber ·ack. FRIDAY, MAY 10,1963 NUMBER 39 Picnic Planned Exec. Council Attends PSPA Annual Meet Four Execut.h:eCouncilmcm-Next T h u rsd a y bers recently returned from 3 four day Pacific Schools Pre>i-dents' Associatton work!>hop in .. Sun \'alley, Idaho, which hosted _ I he spring albchool picni<: delegates from 51 schools in 1" :;~heduled for twxt Thursday eight western stales. at I• ort Tuthill. The ASC delegation included In addition to the picnic oup- Phil \\'hitmore. preoident-elect: p~r ~he~e ll'tli be Ji,·t• music for Ken Coor, vice-president-elect· dan_c:ng pro\'lded by the pupaJohn ;\lartin. social manager: lar. _Stralat?ne,.-. elect; and :\'orcne \\'illb thb I here w11l also be \'<Jik~·ball, year's secretary. ' >oftball and other rL~n·atiun The workshop consi ·ted of a aYa~labiL' to those attending. series of discussion group. con- (_ laoses wtll be dtomissed at cerning both general and >p<•ci - ~ ~.m. s~ .that all stud~1\ls can ftc campus problems. Also, in- ~ttend. _I he ga1t1e• w11l begtn formal discussions with student •11 that lime. to be followed by leaders of other institutions led the. ~upper and then the dance to the exchangeo[valuable idea> about next year' programs. One such program is the poosibility of establlishing an "entertainment tour- wherein ASC and other schools in the Southwl'sl will be able to. as a league, hire groups such as the Limeliten or Peter, Paul, and Mary al reduced prices. This in effect will give A C students more ~nameentertainment for their money. at o:3U. Students lllllbt shm• their meal tickets to be ser\'ed dinner. The cafeterias on campuo "ill both be closed. The spring picnic is a n:sult of a survey of student opinion taken by last year's r:xecuti\'e Council. The sun·ey showed that the student body favored such an C\'ent at this time as a cquel tu the picnic offered in the early days of the school year. The Sophomore honoraries, Spuro and Sophuo will be ,_..,n-ing dinner at the picnic. Therl' "ill be a bus to transport >ill· dents to Fort Tuthill ir the\· Gln't find other rides. ac~unt"ing to Ken Coor. ASC Panel On TV Show This Sunday afternoon four forcnsi~ squad members will appear on a 1-CTVK, channel 3. panel discussion. They will discus:, the q ue:-tio ll u f "\\' hcthcr We arc i\lecting the Pre ent Chal· lengc of Our ~~ducalional Sy:,tem". Sylvla Ortiz, Ray Gillespie, Ken Coor, and Steve Cline are the panel members. \\'RA and Lumberjack representatives were present to contest cuts in their requested allotments. Tempers rose as WRA, cut from an approximate $5500 request to S2200. tried to persuade senate to increase the amount. No senate action was taken on the request. Opens Tomorrow Night On April :,!8, another group of students appeared on the program and discu ·sed the nitcd Stale::. foreign aid J.ll'ogram. Thi · first panel included Dennb \\' ilsun, Coor, Penny Gray:,on. and Williard Sakiestewa. The diseu:, ions arc both parlo of the regularly t'caturcd "Editorial U. '.A" program which appearo every Sunday at 5 p.m. on tation K TVK. Howe••er, senate did move to increase the Lumberjack budget from S7055 to $8000, after Business Manager Sam Semoff presented facts supporting rising prmting costs. Senate felt that the Lumberjack should r eceive the extra money in order to better serve the campus in the communications area. A special session was set for Honor Board Tabs Officers Senior \\'omen's Honor Board has elected it new officers for the coming year. Heading the group as president wtll be Sylvia Ortiz. She was elected by the other new member of Honor Board at an mtuatton dessert held in the home of President and Mr . J. Lawrence \\'alkup. E_le::ted to the post of vicepresident will be Carol Mo iman, acting a the new secretary will be Gayle Garrard. The ~~asurer ~osition will be filled } Hope\\ tlliams. Student Teaching Applications Due f All per ons -mtending to apply c>r tudent teaching in the fall c:~ester, 1963, musthaveapplid on on me b} next Wedne - ti~y, :\.~a.Y l5, the teacher educa- ~~1v1 i~n has empha ized. te'ch pective secondary school fr~m e~h may ~reapplication Edu . e Dtvl •on of Teacher Ed cat~on office in the Ea tburn ucahon Center. Pro ,_,.. l le h ,..~,tve e ementaryschool a(: er, ca . . tion . 11 secure the1r apphca-sch 1111 the college elementary 00 office in Ea tbu m. Faculty Presents nThe Male Animal" Senate Seeking New Secretary by K athy Bowles The faculty, under the direction of Dr. Clyde Smallwood, will present, ~The Male Animala three-act comedy writtefl( by James Thurber and Elliott Nugent this week-end. Running nights for the performances are Saturday, Sunday, and :1\londay. "The :1\!ale Animal" will be presented in arena style in the College Elementary School Gym a t 8:15 p.m. each of the three nights. Dr. Smallwood, assi tant professor of speech and dramatics at ASC, has taken the fir t step, by casting the play, towards eventually establishing a civic theater for Flagstaff. The setting of the play is Mid-\Vestern Univer ity, wh.:: e Tommy Turner (played by Bryce Brisbin) has been married for ten years to Ellen(JanJohnson) and is quietly settled in a nice teaching job at the university. This is the week-end of the Michigan game, and ,Joe Ferguson (played by John ill ) who wa the greatest football hero Mid-\Vestern ever had, comes to town, and of cour e. sees Ellen to whom he u5ed to be sort of unofficially engaged. In addition to thi slight upset in Tommy's life, he is brought into an academic conlrover y when Michael Barnes(playedbyJohn Hopkins) a young college intellectual, writes an article for th literary magazine in which he call the board of tru tee "fasci t !". Tommy, because he wants to read a letter to hi compo ilion cia written by Vanzetti is about to have to join the rank of the martyr who got fired becau e the tru tees are houting ~Red!" o loud they can't hear an idea tinkle. Ellen tri to di suade Tommy [rom reading the letter, and this coupled with Joe's presence forces Tommy to ask her to go with Joe and leave him to hb books and his principle • . Eventually Tommy chal· lenges .Joe to fisticuffs after he has fortified him~elf with the proper courage. Also, he refuses to deny that he will read the Vanzetti letter and decides to stand on his principle of free· dom of ideas and the right to teach the young to think. Ellen now seeo that he is a pretty good example of the male animal, and stands up with him. Others that will be appearing in the play mclude; Sharlon Hunyon a. Patricia Staley; i\likc O'Connor as Wally Myers; Dr. Robert Arends as Dean Frederick Damon; lr.. Pat Atkinson as ;\1rs. Blanche Damon; Ed Poole as Ed Keller; Sharon \'l.'illiam:, as Myrtle Keller ; Ron Robert \dllplaythepartof"N'uby" ;\[iller; "\[r;,. Dotty Casto will play Cleota, the maid; and the newspaperman will be played by .Jim Johnson. Pri<:e of admission to "The .\!ale Animal" will be 7.) cents for everyone. Interview::. fornextyear'sSenate SL'Crelary will be held in the Student Senate offtce next week. All Uwsc intcrc ted please con tact Ken ('our ( '.l 1• I lux 3:33 or lea vc a message in the Student Senate offiL-c, 213 nion building. The job will pay $30 per month over a nine month period with some duties. over the urnmer. Applicant.> with ~ecrelarial expericnu.· and ability arc preferred. ~EW A C Pt.:R --Twenty-twofr hmen tudenll:>havebeenselecteda membel" of pur, national sophomore w?men' .en•ice honorary, for next year. hown at>ove, they are, front row, fro'!' left, Lmda mtth, .Judy Hall, Mary Ellen Leonard, Joy Timble, Judy Mar teny. Ju_dy Odie, Pat Patter on, Eileen Dzielak, (. econd row) Kal"en 'hultz, Judy ,Ja per, :.tary Robem, Kathy Fahrendorf~ Becky_Benh_am •. Ann Tuttle, ~[ary McWilliams, Bonnie Brook , (thtrd row) Paula Collm , Rna hembaum, Camlyn Webt> Pat :.\[c~amara, Joan Chri 1ansen, and all· Dodg . '
|Creator||Northern Arizona University. Associated Students.|
|Title||The Lumberjack, May 10, 1963.|
|Collection name||Northern Arizona University: The Lumberjack|
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ARIZONA STATE COLLEGE Faculty Play
This Weekend Uft!~.~jack
How's The Pie?
Diana Ziede Eric Stadlema n
For a complete rundown on these and other \\'estern Week
and Rodeo Winners see page 4.
Hot Debate Flares
Over Cuts In Budget
Heated debate accompanied
Tuesday's presentation of next
year's budget to the tudent Senate.
last night, too late for publication.
At this meeting was to be
decided the reapportionmem of
the budget, allowing for the extra
allowance to the Lumber
FRIDAY, MAY 10,1963 NUMBER 39
Picnic Planned Exec. Council
Four Execut.h:eCouncilmcm-Next T h u rsd a y bers recently returned from 3
four day Pacific Schools Pre>i-dents'
Associatton work!>hop in ..
Sun \'alley, Idaho, which hosted _ I he spring albchool picni<:
delegates from 51 schools in 1" :;~heduled for twxt Thursday
eight western stales. at I• ort Tuthill.
The ASC delegation included In addition to the picnic oup-
Phil \\'hitmore. preoident-elect: p~r ~he~e ll'tli be Ji,·t• music for
Ken Coor, vice-president-elect· dan_c:ng pro\'lded by the pupaJohn
;\lartin. social manager: lar. _Stralat?ne,.-.
elect; and :\'orcne \\'illb thb I here w11l also be \'