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THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: Tolcnt knows what to do, tact knows how to do it. Lumberj ack LU’ JACK SAYS: A disk jockey is a guy who gives you the needle. Vol. 42 — No. 20 Wednesday, March 24, 1954 PU BLISH ED B Y ASSO C IATED STUDENTS A R IZO N A STA TE C O LLE G E A T FLA G STAFF, AR IZO NA ASC PLAYMAKER PRODUCTION MARCH 25, 26 ASC Faculty Getting Ready For Annual 'Follies' April 1; Dean Bellwood To Sing Solo “The fu tu re Life of Student on Campus” will be the theme of this year's Faculty Follies which Mill be presented Thursday, April 1, in the auditorium. [■The production put on by ; he faculty and sponsored by Blue Key will begin at 8 p. m. 'Hie show will depict present day students as the faculty imagines they will be about 25 years hence. Ore of the features already signed up by the committee is a vocal solo number by Dean Tom O. Bell-wood. silver-toned tenor lyrist from Oak Creek Canyon ranch (anus, reed Hensley. It is reported that BeL)wood will draw upon his ledge of the musical values of he “Gay Twenties” to supply songs tor his solo skit. Also featured in the Follies will Dr. Virgil Gillenwater and Charlies Fauset in a continuation of their skit last year, and a special cfeorus of “ pompon’ ’ girls. Win R. Hensley, registrar, and Dr. Gillenwater and Mr. Fauset are directing the Follies this year in rhich almost all of the faculty and staff are expected to take part. Tickets will go on sale Friday, 'March 29, and all proceeds will go for Student Union Furnishings. [Blue Key and Cardinal Key will [sell the tickets, which will cost 50 [cents per pers-oti. “ Every student should attend and Party Line by E S T H E R In spite o f the fact that quite a few students went home last week- ■nd, tliere was a lot o f excitement iboai the dance sponsored by the ‘reshtnen. The girls were busy all lay Saturday dreaming up daring ‘French Apache” clothes fo r the Bowerey Brawl. Guess -everybody had a pretty good time at the dance. Those m^gatines that cure fo r every student's use in the Student VntoTt Lobby still keeps disappear* trg soon, a f lr they -arc put emir Mere, Seem# like folks just don't rrer consider the other fellow at t-U- I f students must have their new personal copy, they ought to fre brave evmigb to go dowv. twcri vrtd buy one, or ask their favorite ivnf or uncle to give them a m b- \triptuw, to that ’particular magazine. We were so-rry to hear that Mrs. Ruby White's son was killed in an iirplane CTaah, and we wish to ex-nur sincere sympathy. W ith muiterjn# over classes thotdd ffo back to <non)iaJ v<nv. Wonder if any o f those robins \J‘-M came early got muncrd in dv/r- '*9 mir last mm, -' "flu rry. ” W’<* liked the “ Idiots” in the Song Estival Friday night. Why not tave them play at an assembly ®®>e time— and speaking o f assembles— are the AW S girls going to live ah assembly again this year? find out what hi' or she w ill he* doing In the future/’ said Mr. Hensley. Choir Plans Annual Tour The Shrine o f the Ages choir, und e r the direction o f Dr. Eldon A. A rd re y , w ill embark on their annual tour cn Sunday. April 4 when they w ill perforin at the* L a Loma services in Litch field . The follow ing Tuesday they w ill sing a t Cottonwood, and the next Thursday w ill be their home conc e rt here in Flagstaff. On A p ril 12 they w ill journey to Kingm an, and then continue on to L a s Vegas, N ev.. for a morning concert on A p ril IS. Bar stow, Calif, w ill be their only stop on April 15. They w ill return to Arizona to sing at the Grand Canyon April 16. They w ill then sing at the Grand Canyon E aster sunrise services on Easter Sunday. A pril IS. This w ill be the nineteenth year that the choir has participated in these exercises. ' . . Music Department Receives Celest From Stan Feher M r and Mrs. Stanley F eher of Feher Music Company of F la gsta ff have presented the college music department with a celest, a type of m iniature organ for use in its new building and auditorium. The instrument which was firs t originated in Franc* is not often used. I t is about 3ls feet high, three feet long, and 21, -s feet wide. The sound it goes is like chimes. The difference between it and chimes lies in the fa ct that whole chords can be played simultaneously, rath er than one tone at a time. The instrument sells fo r 3300 in A m erica , contrasted to the $3000 cost in Europe. The celest is used mostly in orch estral scores. One notable e x am ple o f its use is in Tchaikovsky's popular "N utcracker Suite/’ Academy Award Winning Movie Showing Sunday A sharp and revealing light is put on new and hidden emotions in next Sunday’ s m ovie. *‘ A Streetc a r Named D esire/ ’ The picture which w ill be shown in the auditorium at 7 : 30 p. m. will star V ivien L eigh , M arlon Brando, K im Hunter, and K a rl Molden. It is classed as one o f Hollywood's best productions. The picture which lasts over two hours is a screen version of the Pulitzer P riz e winning stage play of the same name. It was chosen as one of the 10 best m ovies and received the A cad em y Award. Student price fo r Sunday movies here is 20 cents. Students must show their a c tiv ity cards. Other m ovies scheduled for the remainder o f the yea r include "F a x es of H a rro w " and “ D avid and Bathsheba. ” Song Fest Queen Mary Shumway • A ll the social and professional or-j sanitations on campus polished up all the musical a b ility of their members and presented an out-, standing musical show in the third annual Song F est sponsored by D elta Phi Alpha, music society. T hree trophy cups w ere awarded to organizations judged the best serious group, most humor o u s group, and the most original group. Cardinal and Blue K ey won the cup for the best serious group, D el ta Sigm a Phi fraternity won the most humorous with a sailor skit song and the Associated Women Students won the most original with a Hawaiian dance and song. ’ In the annual Song Fest Queen contest, M a ry Lou Shumway was elected by the student body Thursday afternoon and was crowned during the Song Fest program. M a ry Louise was the candidate of Lambda D elta Sigma, L. D. S. fr a ternity. O ther candidates included Eunice S tark Sigm a P i; Evelyn W illiam s, Delta Sigma Phi; Donna Jones, Kappa Sigm a Kappa; and Lu cy Northcutt. W -W Club Judges fo r the various entries w ere Mrs. Charles Meister, M arvin Anderson, F lagstaff h i g h school music teacher, and Mrs. F. A . Nichols. Dr. Eldon A. Ardrey, head o f the college music department and co-sponsor o f Delta Phi Alpha, made the award present a-, tiom M rs. A rd rey and Jack Swartz of the college nsusic faculty are the other co-sponsors. First ASC President’s Daughter Visits Here D r. and Mrs. William R. Vis from Grand Rapids. Mich., were recen t visitors on campus here when they stopped here to visit after a trip to the Grand Canyon. Mrs. Vis is the daughter of Dr. A. N Taylor, first president of Arizona State College. Dr. T a ylor was president here from 1899 to 19C& Dr. and Mrs. Vis visited here once before in 3919 when Arizona State celebrated its Golden Jubile. Dean Bellwood Speaks At College Hour Program; LDS Prepares Next G ille n w a te r Goes To Phoenix M eet D r. V irg il W. Gillenwater, head o f the education department of the college here, le ft by plane Tuesday, M arch 16, to attend two state education m eetings in Phoenix. He is chairm an of the Arizona Comm ittee on Teach er Education and P rofessional Standards which met Tuesday m orning in the Arizona Education Association building. Hn j is a m em ber o f the Arithmetic Cur* I riculum Course o f Study Committee which also met Tuesday afternoon in the office of M. L. Brook state superintendent o f public instruction. College Hour was held last Mon-iay at 6: 30 p. m. in North Hall Lounge. The program was opened *ith invocation by Floyd Billings. prr sentative on the College Hour fcornmittr. I Jim Monroe led the group of *bout fifty in siging “ Fairest Lord Jesus” and “Come Thou Almighty King. ” Piano accompanment wa^ t’y Nancy Harris, campus co-ed. Speaker for the program was Dr. Tom O. Bellwood, instructor on fampus. His topic was "Our Great M. Need/’ He developed this theme on the »S*s of that which we as human beings in s changing world need most "The world is sick because lack of spirituality. ” What we individuals need is a **m o r e Smst-like personality, ” a "more pod-like use of the technical know- **dge” wp have today. It is the “ divine soul of man" Ihat makes him different from and up^rior to the animals. Dr. Bell- ****1 went «k te <ut« the stoty of Frankenstein—the monster created by a technologist who g ave him a bodv but who could give him no destroying humanity because o f the lack o f this soul— this “ spark o f d ivin ity” which which w e as men a re endowed. Dr. Bellwood concluded th a t when w e are physically r^ick. we go to the doctor; when w e are men tally sick w e go to the psychiatrist when w e are, as so many Of the w orld today are, spiritually sick, w e should go to church. N ext Monday’ s College Hour is to be under the direction of L am bda Delta Sigma, one of the org-animations represented at the Religious Council on campus. Tentative plans a re to ask Carl Brewer, resident of F lagstaff who recently returned from a trip around the w orld and showed a film a couple o f months ago in the collegc auditorium, to be the speaker. E veryone is invited and urged attend next Monday, March 29. at 6 JO p. ok. in North Hall Lounge. Walkup Speaks To Williams PTA “ You’ re N ever too Old to Learn** was the title o f a talk given in William s Tuesday, March 16. by Dr. J. Law rence Walkup, dean d instruction. Dean Walkup addressed the P a r ent-Teacher Association in W i I-liams in the music room o f the ; elem entary school. A t present. Dean Walkup said, there are 44 m illion adults enrolled in some type of adult education program in this country This is an increase o f 30 million people in the last 19 years. Although the college here at Flag staff is in one Of the most thinly j populated o f any of the college ar- j eas in the United States, Dean j W alkup said, hi* college annually serves approxim ately 500 people a ; y e a r in some type of adult edu ca-! tore 1 All Last Orders For La Cuesta Taken Tomorrow T om orrow and Friday are the last days that orders for the 1954 L A CU U ESTA tan accepted, a ccording to Gavin McMullen, editor. The annual will be completed and off to the punter by Saturday, M arch 27. - Th ere will be no extra annuals ordered thi;; year because in the past the-re has been too much ■money lost. If you wish to place an order contact either G ayle M cM u llen or Walter Hodges. L A C U E S T A business inanaget. This year's annual w ill have 176 pages and will be built around a tree theme. It wiU be released the second week in May. Tht Hurley Company o f Camden, Ark., is printing the LaCuesta this year. They have printed the L A C UESTA in the past and have done an excellent job. They print annuals for many colleges and universities in the southwest. 8 P. M. Curtain Time Set For 'Bill Of Divorcement'; 5 Hen, 4 Women In Cast The ASC auditorium will be the scene of the Arizona Playmakers third production of the year, “ Bill of Divorcement”. on Thursday and Friday, March. Curtain time ia 8 p. m. Ralph J. Holly will be the director of the cast of five men and four women in the production of the three act play by Clemente Dane. Cast as Gray Meredith is Max W agner; as Hillary Fairfield. Don G ellers: and as K it Pum phrey. Bill Russell. Other actors are M arvin Ratcliff as Doctor Elliott; David Hardwick as R ev. C hristopher Pumphrey; Geor g i e M ontignani as Sydney F airfield; D orothy Webb as Bassett; Carolyn B rown as Hester F airfield: and P IC T U R E D A B O V E is >lar> Louise Shumway who vva» chosen queen of the Son? Fest by student* in an election held Thursday, March 18. Mary Louise was the L D S candidate. Other entrants w e re : Eunice Stark. Evelyn W illiam s. and Donna Jones- ASC Student Body Officer Petition Deadline Set April 5 N o m iu a tin ^ p e titio n s m u s t be tu r n e d in to th e S tu d e n t Body office by M o nday, A pril 5 , a c c o rd in g to S tu d e n t Council ru lin g p a ss e d T h u r s d a y , March 18. Thursday, A p ril 8 has been s e t as the d a te fo r the p rim a r y e le ctio n and Thursd ay , A p ril 2*2, is t h e date of the g e n e r a l e le c tio n . T h e S t u d e n t Body office w ill be open w eekdays from 9 a. m. to I p. m. so that students may get nominating petitions. Petitions must be signed by at least 50 registered students. Students nominated f o r . the o ffices of president, vice president,! secretary-treasurer, anil social ma nager, must have 75 quarter hours or 50 sem ester hours of college credit with one sem ester of residence at ASC by the tim e they Need 50 Students For Summer Fire Fighting Crews Unseasonably dry weather and high winds a re forcing early r e - ! eruitment of able bodied men for i forest fire duty, according to Keith Hunter. F o r e s t . Service fire dispa-; tehpr fo r Coconino National Forest. Hunter has asked that all students interested in fighting fire contact files ton " T in y ” Freem an, fire crew leadei. Requirem ents are that the person be o ver 18 years » f age and in good health. Hunter expressed his desire to have about 50 o r more students sign up i f possible. Contact will be made with the students through Freem an o r the college personnel office. The co llege men have established them selves as an outstanding fire figh tin g organization. On several o f the la rg e r fires of over 15*X) acres each, the c re w has done an outstanding job of holding their section o f the fire line and doiny neat mop-up job. Felling o f burning snags, probably the most hazardous fir e fight ing job. has been assigned the more experienced m em bers of the c r e w "T h is is ticklish w ork; one mistake m ay be you r last. ” Freeman related, "when a 150 or 200 pound lim b suddenly drops from about 5C feet up, your best bet is to move —B U T F A S T ” ' F reem an m ay be contacted at 113 Cottage City. “ L ea ve a note in m y m ail box if I am not home, (dvtatg your ramie, age. m ailing address and where you m ay be rea ched. i dorm itory room, phone, or other. ) take office. Students m ay accept nomination only' for one office. Posters fo r the election campaign must not be put up within 50 feet of the polls which will be in the Student Body O ffice. No posters are to be put up on the walls with tape. Lacks, o r glue. Bulletin boards only must be used fo r display of posters. „ Physical Exams Must Be Taken By ASC Seniors Orders are now being taken for seniors’ graduation announcements, according to Win R- Hensley. school reg istra r and senior class sponsor. A ll orders must be in by M ay 1. Students should see Leslie Roe, student body president, i o r the R e g is tra r’ s o ffice for ord ers. . Mr Hensley stated that seniors (w ill receive notice of com m encem ent exercises and form s to be • fillet! out fo r raps and gowns in i their mailboxes : Frfi these w h o have not done so, i appointments must be made with j the school nurse for physical examinations. Examinations w ere given yesterday. Final appoint! ments must be made with Irene . M cDonald fo r Thursday afternoon, from 2 to I p . m. in the college in, firm a ry These examinations are necessary fo r graduation. One final announcement. I f any senior has not checked with V irgil VV. G illen w ater on placement opportunities, he should do so im m ediatelv. Salter To Head '54 Indian Show John Salter, head of the collegc art department, was elected chairman to head up the Indian Scholarship Com m ittee which annually sponsors an Indian show to raise money to help finance a college education fo r w orthy Indian stu dents. An organization meeting of the com m ittee was held last weekend, and it was deeided to stage the Indian show the evenng of May 8. This spring the show will be held only one evening instead o f tw o as had been the custom in the past tw o years, and it w ill be held in the college auditorium instead of in the m en 's gymnasium. N ew members elected to serve with the com m ittee are Lew is J. McDonald, college field represn-tative; M . T . Lewellen, member of the college faculty', and Bobby New Building Open May 2 Sunday, May 2. will be the o fficial opening date of the rem odeled Ashurst Auditorium, according to Eldon A. Ardrey. ASC music department head. Dr. Ardrey w ill move into his o ffict in the nearly completed music auditorium Monday. March 29. Band instruments w ill be moved into the band facility room sometime before A pril 10. Although the o fficial open i n g date is not until M ay % the auditorium w ill be used for the annual high school music festival being 9 and 10. By this tim e, the choral portion of the auditorium, in addition to several o f the music department offices, should be open and ready fo r use. The auditorium contains approxim ately 30 rooms, the largest being a central recital auditorium. Green is the principal color in this room, which w ill seat a possible 200 persons. Only 143 perm anent seats wi be installed, however. TTie auditorium w ill be used exclu sively by the ASC m. Msic departm ent for classroom work, p racticin g, and public recitals. John R. Salter Hicks, N avajo Indian student from Chinle. Dr. Garland Downum o f the col lege facu lty is secretary-treasurer fo r the com m ittee. Other m em bers of the com m ittee are Raym ond N a ik i and G eorge K irk , N a v a j o employes at N avajo Ordnance Depo t; J im m y Kay and W illie Coin, Hopi m em bers o f the staff o f the Museum of Northern A rizon a; Lester “ Judge” O liver, Apache from W hiteriver. form er student a t the college here; and Dr. W illiam W . Tinsley and M elvin Hutchinson o f CContinued <m Page.? ) 3 Indian Education Directors Selected Th ree new directors have been selected by the Foundation F o r the Higher Education of Am erican In* dians. Inc., according to Dr. G arland Downum, secretary, o f the history' departm ent faculty. A t the annual meeting o f the board of directors for the foundation all officers w ere reelected. Dr. Downum stated. Officers are Philip Johnston, president; Dr. Harold S. Colton, vice president; J. F e r rel1 Colton, treasu rer; and D r . Downum, secretary. New di rectors selected are Miss M argaret Pipes, dean of women, Arizona State C ollege at F la gsta ff; Ed K erley , Indian trader, F la g s ta ff; and Malcolm F. Farm er, ss. sistant director o f the Museum ol Northern Arizona. 'Circle' Bushes Being Removed AH the bushes and some o f the trees around the fountain in the circle” behind the Student Union Building w ill be removed, according to W aiter Runke Jr.. superintendent o f buildings and grounds. The fountain itself w ill be retained as a planter and a il the walks w ill be leveled off. L ater in the y ea r when students have established several ' tra ils ’* leading from the dorm itories and Student Union to the library and Old Main, sidewalk* w ill be put in following thoac i " t r a il* . ” Eastburn A ttends C hica go M e e tin g s ! president L. A Eastburn le ft F r iday morning, M arch 19. by plane ; lo r Chicago to attend tw o national ! education meetings. I On Saturday. March 20, he represented the Association o f Teach-j er Education Institutions at a m eeting o f tbe National Commission on Accrediting, held in tbe i Congtess Hcrtel H e w ill attend the 59th annual m eeting of tbe North Central A m-aociation accrediting organization, t being held March 22-26 in the PalI, n e r House hotel. He will leave Chicago next Friday. March 36, to 1 fly back to Flagstaff. Charlene Amann as M a rg a ret F a ir field. Students m ay get their tickets at the booth before the play by showing their student a c tiv ity cards. N o tickets w ill be given out b efore Thursday evening. Cost to the pub lie is one d olla r or a season ticket. Jo M ahoney is in charge o f tickets. p rogram s and publicity. ‘ ‘ Bill o f D ivo rcem en t” was w ritten by Miss Dane in 1921, and was firs t produced that year in St. M a rtin ’ s T h eatre, London. It was firs t presented in the United States in tire . G e o rge M . Cohan Theatre. N e w Y o rk C ity. Oct. 10. 1921. The p la y still enjoys tremendous success w h erever played. Miss Dane was bom and educated in England. She is widely known for her plays and novels. H er plays include ‘The T erro r/ ' “ Will Shakespeare, ” “ Th e W ay Things Happen, ” “ G ranite. ” " M a riners/* and "A d a m ’ s O pera. ” The stage set is being designed and constructed b y John R . Salter, head of the college art departm ent, and his a rt students, assisted! by the production staff of the P la y makers. The stage m anager is Gene B ry an, and Chas. Jackson is technical director. The Arizona Playm akers h ave produced so fa r this season “ The Madwoman of C haillot” and the musical operetta “ T o o Good T o Be T rue . ” First Place Won By Lumberjack For Sixth Year Word has been received here that the L U M B E R J A C K has been awarded a fir s t place certificate in the 30th annual national contest for college newspapers, which the Columbia Scholastic P ress Association at Columbia U niversity sponsors The paper which has taken first place award every year since it was first entered, has now won fo e the sixth consecutive year. The first certificate was won in 1949 by B ill Cameron and Tom Cooper won the same honor in 1950 and 1951. Bertha Lew is Day. co-editor o f last year’ s L U M B E R J A C K won the prize in 1952, and she and D elores Lorona won the prize last year. The newspaper staff is made up o f student volunteer reporters and members of the journalism classes. Business m anger is Pat Lorona , <tnd M elvin T - Hutchinson is the sponsor. Staff m embers a re : N orris Allen, B e tty B artlett, Joy Coy. N ik i Cullum. Phil Freeman, Bernard Kenna, Forest Martin, J o Ann Rosanbalm, H ow ard Sullivan, Delb^t? King, M arilyn Kuykendal. M a ry Ellen Y a te s and David Y a tes Organizations Work On Booth Plans For Annual IOC School Carnival Vets Note N o m ore books or supplies w ill he issued to Veterans after March 27 for the remainder of the sem ester. M em bers of the Irrtcr-organiza-tional Council are busily preparing plans fo r booths and concessions they w ill sponsor at ihe firs t annual C arnival to be held here on campus Saturday. April 10. B ooths w ill be set up in the patio behind the Student Union building, and th C arnival is tentatively scheduled to begin at < p . m. A11 organizations represented ® the IOC ar«- eligible to participate in the Carnival b ein « staged to draw the organizations closer t o gethe r and to provide them with additional funds. Niki Cullum is acting chairman o f the Carnival Committee. H elping her are M arva Hoel. Carl Cof felt, R ick y Burt, and Les Roe. A floor show' w ill follow the outdoor C arn ival. The flo w show w i l l , be put on by indi\iduals and groups on campus. The auditorium w ill be used for the floor show. Im m ed iately following the floor show w ill be a record dance, to i be held »n the T im ber Inn os A \ the Women’ s G ym . Previous plans 1 included the election o f a Carnival kinsr and queen The*e plans l»ow - ever, h ave been dropped. Some o f the booths already planned fo r the C arnival are the fo llow ing: Sophomores— Water Dunk and Fun House; Dorm Council—T e le gram O ffice and P ortra it Sketches; Blue K e y—Penny P itch ; H iking Club Weight guessing; Frosh-Con cession stand and sponge throwing and M arriage Chapel; W R A -B in go G am e; G am m a Chi— K issing Booth. Night Club; Juniors—Style Show D a n G am e, Bean G uessing: Chain Gang Style Show; Kappa Sigs—Sling Shot Stand, Basketball Throw , and Mice Race; A W S — M a rria ge C h apel; D elta Phi Kappa—• Cake R a ffle ; D elta Ph i F>* S' site W alk; F T A- F reak Show; Delta S igs Shooting G allery and B ow ling A lle y ; and LDS— Base b a l l Throw. O fficers of IOC are F red Sughrue, president; and Lu cy N orthcutt, s e tra ta iy .
|Creator||Northern Arizona University. Associated Students.|
|Title||The Lumberjack, March 24, 1954.|
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THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK:
Tolcnt knows what to do, tact knows how to
do it. Lumberj ack LU’ JACK SAYS:
A disk jockey is a guy who gives you the
Vol. 42 — No. 20 Wednesday, March 24, 1954
PU BLISH ED B Y ASSO C IATED STUDENTS A R IZO N A STA TE C O LLE G E A T FLA G STAFF, AR IZO NA
ASC PLAYMAKER PRODUCTION MARCH 25, 26
ASC Faculty Getting Ready
For Annual 'Follies' April 1;
Dean Bellwood To Sing Solo
“The fu tu re Life of Student on Campus” will be the
theme of this year's Faculty Follies which Mill be presented
Thursday, April 1, in the auditorium.
[■The production put on by
; he faculty and sponsored by
Blue Key will begin at 8 p. m.
'Hie show will depict present day
students as the faculty imagines
they will be about 25 years hence.
Ore of the features already signed
up by the committee is a vocal
solo number by Dean Tom O. Bell-wood.
silver-toned tenor lyrist from
Oak Creek Canyon ranch (anus, reed
Hensley. It is reported that
BeL)wood will draw upon his
ledge of the musical values of
he “Gay Twenties” to supply songs
tor his solo skit.
Also featured in the Follies will
Dr. Virgil Gillenwater and Charlies
Fauset in a continuation of
their skit last year, and a special
cfeorus of “ pompon’ ’ girls.
Win R. Hensley, registrar, and
Dr. Gillenwater and Mr. Fauset are
directing the Follies this year in
rhich almost all of the faculty and
staff are expected to take part.
Tickets will go on sale Friday,
'March 29, and all proceeds will go
for Student Union Furnishings.
[Blue Key and Cardinal Key will
[sell the tickets, which will cost 50
[cents per pers-oti.
“ Every student should attend and
by E S T H E R
In spite o f the fact that quite a
few students went home last week-
■nd, tliere was a lot o f excitement
iboai the dance sponsored by the
‘reshtnen. The girls were busy all
lay Saturday dreaming up daring
‘French Apache” clothes fo r the
Bowerey Brawl. Guess -everybody
had a pretty good time at the
Those m^gatines that cure fo r
every student's use in the Student
VntoTt Lobby still keeps disappear*
trg soon, a f lr they -arc put emir
Mere, Seem# like folks just don't
rrer consider the other fellow at
t-U- I f students must have their
new personal copy, they ought to
fre brave evmigb to go dowv. twcri
vrtd buy one, or ask their favorite
ivnf or uncle to give them a m b-
\triptuw, to that ’particular magazine.
We were so-rry to hear that Mrs.
Ruby White's son was killed in an
iirplane CTaah, and we wish to ex-nur
W ith muiterjn# over classes
thotdd ffo back to