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Dr. F. S. C. Northrop. disting-ushed philosopher and educator, vtLl speak to college students and . ow unpeople on the subject “ A Philosopher Looks at Foreign Policy" at 8 p. m. in the College Auditorium. Fur more than 50 years Dr. Northrop has taught at Vale University, where he was Master ol SiIliman College from lWtM»7 when ho became Sterling Professor of Philosophy and Law in 1he law and graduate schools. He has also h e l d visiting professor at the Universities of Iowa, Micigan. Virginia, Hawaii, Mexico, and lectured at the Foreign Service Institute of the Department of State, and the Air, Army. Naval and National War ColLeges. Dr. Northrop has lived in China eukI traveled and studied in Mexico. Great Britain. Continental Europe. Australia, India, Pakistan, Middle East, Southeast Asia and South America. In 1939 he was organizer of and participant in the Philosophy, and also participate! in the 1949 conference. Ke has lectured widely throughout the United States and abroad. Direct descendand of the founder of Milford, Conn., in 1*639, Dr. Northrop graduated irom Beloit College in 1915, received a Litt. D in 194€. and studied at Vale, the University of Frieburg, Germany; Trinity College. Cambridge; the Imperial College of Science and Technology', London; and Harvard, where he earned his Ph. IX in 1524. 3n 1932-33 he did further study in England and Germany under a Guggenheim Fellowship. In 1949 he received a L. L. D. from the University of Hawaii and in 19k irom Rollins College. A Fellow of the -American Association for the Advancement o Science since 1951. Dr. Northrop was vice president and chairmai | of Section L. He is also a mem i ber of the American Philosophies ! Association, Eastern Division, o which he was president in 1952; the American Academy ol Arts and Sciences since 1951; and other organizations. Dr. Northrop is author of the following books: “ Science and First Principles” . “ The Meeting of East and West” . “ The Logic of_ the Sciences and the Humanities, "The faming of the Nations", and "European Union and United State? Foreign Policy” . “ The Taming ol the Nations'* won the Freedom House Willkie Memorial Buildinj award for the best publication ol 1953 in the field of Internationa' : relations, selected by the Amen lican Political Science Association He was edtior and contributor te the symposium volume, “ Ideolog ! ical Differences and World Order’* •and co-editor of ‘“ Alfred, Nortl Whitehead, An AnthoLogy". has contributed articles to many journals and magazines. Of his lecture Marshall College (Continued on Page 1) Arvin Randall was elected present of the Lumberjack Band at eliea rsal W ednesda y a f terno on, larch 6. Loretta Farnsworth was elected (larch S. wind secretary: Dennis Frazier, lianager; and Dottie Jnesen was jr-elected publicity chairman. ember the F a c u lty Follies Ap ril I. LUMBERJACK O n ly a m c d io c re person is alw oys a t his best. ________ V O L U M E 45 W E D N E S D A Y , M A R C H 13, 1957 A R I Z O N A S T A T E C O L L E G E , F L A G S T A F F , A R IZ O N A N U iM B fc R 21 Professor Northrop, Famous Philosopher, To Speak Here Faculty Follies Date April 1 Annual Senior Day Slated On ASC Campus March 16 Apaches To Give Dance For Show Two Students Die In Crash At Oak Creek M I I O S F L F G S ? — C'. J. Mina rik, A M S president. lot)ks o v e r some «>f the e<mte#taat# in tl»«* **C'ut»^. t L e g s * contest being *. pon-*ored this w eek by A W S . T he w in n e r MiU be e le c t s by a pennie a vote and will tie announced;. t the Leg Dante Saturday night in the W om en. ’* <iv«n Until then the con testan t* will not hr revealrd- Officers Elected, Rodeo Plans Made Plans Readied For Tourney Lumberjack Band Will Return Friday Slips Given Out By Polio Committee DICK W A Y Collcge Students S e e Themselves In Movie p’our ASC students saw a preview of “ Grand Canyon Holiday", p movie in which they are featured. Tuesday night, March 5, at the Monte Vista lintel before an audienre of Flagstaff businessmen, college faculty and airline representatives. The four students. Jane Ryan. Helen Mazurick. Gay Gilman and Pat O'Neill, were the guests of Fred Harvey. Nava-Hopi Tours anrl American and Frontier Airlines last October on a trip down th« Grand Canyon, during which the} were photographed for the movie The movie will be shown to churcl and civic groups all over the coun try to advertise the scenic attrac tion* of northern Arizona. Dean Margaret Pipes and Dr Lillian Biester were also presen at the preview. Phi Eta Sigma Holds Dinner, Hears Strauss Phi Eta Sigma, freshman scholastic honorary for men. held a dinner meeting a1 E l Charro rcsr-aurant on Tuesday evemn™. March 5. Dr. Robert Straus* w a s *hr ^urvt speaker. Other faculty B w m k r' present were Dr. W W. Tinsley, Dr. Arthur Adel. Dr. Max Base mann and Dr. Lawrence Walkup Students present were Richard Wright. Bill Oates. Ed Sta»*y F. al tie Coor and newly initiated Homing. Sophomores To Begin Directory Next Week The sophomore class P*sns to 1 login work next week on t’. ve student directory. P e g g y Thompson is in charge of typing, and Kaay Hando r f is in chars: * of tlir covrr Miss Nancy Chiappetti. %<*cre tary to the President, will n il in the memeographing of the diroc-tory. At I-*t se nt the student I1*t »s being compiled and corrected, accord ing to EMU Oates. class president. OX TH t. IR W A Y — Member* o f the ^ (m , ts '•I'w n h oardin g on«* ot th e hwse* v ^ ie li Is ■ Lynette W e s tb erg. bmir tk n week. B -. IXotm rrrw. k f t to r*g - » ^ 1|nt Jirert-nr. * * * * * C, w k ' C a re lla Peters an d r hsir, r * H *J L. u. < a « a a , d irec- Top r«w . left to rig h L are M ona J e a n »r, and Jon K in a rd ATTENTION P E CLUB Tonight at I : *# jtfrtiirr* f«r LaCuesta wtll be tahrn in the Women'% Gym all mrmbrr* of thr Plirnlrtl F, duration Major- M inor * Club. DR. F. S. C. NORTHROP •Behind the footights for one Igiit only, the faculty will present, L 1957 Facuty Follies Monday, Lril 1 at 8 p. m. in the CoL-Lp* Auditorium. “ The Year in L new" is the theme for. this bar's extra-crricular effort, with Pe various departments responsive tor dramatizing event in diE-Lrert months. I All proceeds from ticket sale? I ll be donated to the Faculty-Blue tey Scholarship Fund, to "be administered by the coLlege scholarl y committee. Members or the fcneral committee for the Faculty Pallies are chairman, Miss Minnie ■oseberry, education department (iss Helen Oswalt, physical ed- (eaiion department; Dr. Charles | Fauset, professor of education kid psychology; Francis E. Davern , education department: Dr. Lewis J. McDonald, director of ■eld relations. j Members of Blue Key, national lanor fraternity, have organized 1 assist the faculty’s theatrical Induction. Joe Martinez is in Large of tickets; William Hoch- 1-aef will supervise lighting and ■aging; and Sam Borozan is gen- K-al director. Blue Key members Bill sell 50 cent student tickets on ImpuS, and booths will be set up li town for sales of non-student ■ckota at Si each. Band Elects Officers, Randall New President Comic Opera March 28-29 Mozart's comie opera, "‘Cose Fan rutte” , is the Arizona Playmakers" third production of the year, to be given March 28 and 29 at 8p. m. in the College Auditorium- Translated “ Women Are Like That” , the opera is the story in two acts of mixed up ro m a h c e s . An old philosopher tells two young men who are going off to war thal their wives, being women, will noi stay faithful. The young men. tc disprove the philosopher's theory, return from war in disguise, only to have their wives Tall in love with them as different men. The scene of the play is Naples, Italy. Ralph J. Holly is stag director, and Dr. Jack $wart< is musical director. Helen Mazurick is assistant to the director, and Glen Olmstead is technical director and ; chairman of the set committee. Members of the cast are Carolyn ■ Brown as Fiordiligi, Diana Dick 'as Dorabilla, Jim Monroe is Gug lielmo. Jack Hokanson is Ferrando, Sonja Cook as Despina and Larry Wittig as Don Alfonso. Members of the orchestra, under the direction of Dr- Swartz, is L’omposed of Mrs. Eldon Ardrey, playing piano; Tom Parker, Steve Powers. Mrs Jack Swartz and Ro-, bc-rt Fitzmaurice. violin; Ann Parker and Dr. Eldon Ardrey, viola; and Tom Hougham, bass vio*. Parker and Fitzmaurice are members of the Flagstaff High School Faculty. Members of the set committee are Tom Baker, Mary Melick. Ted Matter. Carolyn Brown. Helen Ma rurick, Cooper Cooata, Lloyd Harrell. Sharon Vander Sys, Glenda Blanco and Margaret Greer. Die stage craft class will do a great deal of the set building. The opera requires three set changes. On lighting are Boh Palm, chairman. Jim Miller. Lloyd Harrell and Mary Melick. On properties are Margaret Fitzgerald, chairman. Serie Friend. Mickey Johnson, Janet Schulz and Marilyn Morris On costumes are Jewell Ellsworth, chairman, Richardson, Sharon Ziegler and Bill Heyward. On make up are Sharon Vander Sys. chairman, Glenda Blanco and Bill Heyward, On publicity are jo e Worischeck. chairman. Carol Seeger and Jim Cook. On posters and program, cover are June Elder. chairman. Ed Smith and Charter McCoy On business are Tom Baker chairman, and Ruth Handorf Members of Cardinal Key will The opera was originally written in Italian, but the P la y m a k e r production will be done in an English tra n s la tion with considerable dialogue used. Tekes To Give Annual Formal Dance April 13 Epsilon Rho chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon, national social frater-nitv. will hold its traditional Red Carnation Sweetheart Ball Saturday evening. April 13. in, hp man s Gym. The formal dance ^ be open to the student body. Ed Weakley, social manager, is general chairman of the dance. The fraternity is now holding its Mondav night meetings in the new chapter room at the comer of Dupont Avenue and Humphrey Steet. recently painted and decorated in the traditional cherry and gray. The first in a series of rush smokers was held in the chapter room Wednesday night. March b Officers ror srie new Rodeo Club were elected at the meeting W ednesday, March 6. in the College Cnion Building. New officers are Herman McArthur, president; Howard Term a in. vice president: To-my Walker, secretary-tresuairer JoAnn Scott, publicity manager; and Joe Auza, public relations dir* ector. The club is planning for its first event a spring rodeo in April. The rodeo will be a two-day show with a big western dance the Saturday oi that week-end. Public relation a committee working - on the rodeo includes Carol Reynolds. Sharon Huff. Nancy Ely and. Dianne Grace. Dianne Grace is chairman or Ihe da nee. Tlie dancc committee 'in eludes Norma Ball is, Rena T eller and Marilyn Yasteya. The Rodeo Club is building chutes and other facilities at the Coconino County Sheriffs Posse Arena at Fort Tuthill in preparation for their spring show. The committee working on the arena includes Jim Flowler, Boyd Hunt. Bob Dean. Vernon Conway. Peter Stokley. John Warner, C h arles Scheirer Bill Lockwood. Dale Kleck, Pau Yeast and Joe Auza. Northern Arizona high schools University of Arizona and Arizona State College at Tempe will Tx invited to send teams to partici pate in the rodeo. A queen wil be chosen from the parti cipatlnj schools and crowned at the dance The tentative schedule of event: includes tic down calf roping, team tying, hare back bronc riding, saddle bronc riding, bull riding, barrel race, boot and cigar race, bending race, rescue race, sack roping hide race, ribbon roping and a wild horse race. Due to the large attendance at the meeting place has been changed to the Science Building. ^Tbe club meets every Wedcnsday Niglat and anyone interested is invited to atte nd. Pederson To Go To Tempe M e e t Dr. John Pederson of the physical education department will attend a conference on human fitness. Friday and Saturday. March In and 16. in Tempe and act as consultant to the seeond workshop session on Saturday morning. The conference is sponsor! d jointly bv Arizona Association for Health. Physical Education and Recreation and Arizona Stale College at Tempe. Three major addresses will be given by Dr Arthur H. Steinhaus. dean oT George Williams College. Chicago. His first address on '’Fitness for thn Body o f Man" opens the initial session Friday evening. March 15 Three workshop sessions will further the theme of the conference. Former Axer Traveling In Germany On Team Andrew Onifer. former ASC siu-dent. has written he is now traveling with the Combat Command A boxing team of the United S-tat^s Army in Germany. Onifer has an opportunity to work with the Germ in Athletic Club after boxing season In this j»oh he will teach swimming end othei sports to children. Onifer sent a picture oT himsel! taken in front of the Eifel Tower in Paris. France, which was tc* dark to prinl. The machinery for running the A11-Indian Basketball Tournnment, Friday and Saturday, March 22-23. at Lumberjack Gymnasium is alt set up and ready to go, according to Buster Madariaga, president of the A Club and Chain Gang, co-sponsors of the play-off. Eight top teams from over Arizona. supplied from tournaments played at Phoenix and at Ft. Defiance and other are is, will play in the first all-Indian meet. Proceeds will go to collge scholarships. Seventy five pet cent of the proceeds will go to the Indian Scholarship Committee for Indian scholarships and the balance to the two sponsoring groups for their scholarships. All scholarship money will be administered by the college scholarship committee. Dr. l^Avis J. McDoanald, mem-ter of the Indian Scholarship Committee, is w o r k i n g with Madriaga and with interested Indians. Robbie George and George Kirk. Navajo workers at B e llem ont. are in charge o f securing the eight Indian teams for the tourney. Official working the games arc certified referees who have been working northern Arizona higli school games. They include Speed) Castillo. Flagstaff; Gerald Sullivan. Jerome; T om Speros:, Gallup N. M. and Raymond Olivas Miami The Inter-Tribal Club, a campus orcanization of Indian Students, will be in charge of the concessions. Games start at 4 p. m. Friday and will continue unli nliout 19 p. m. On Saturday games start at 8 a. m. and will run all morning and again in the evening, when consolation final will. be at 7 pm and the championship final at 8: 30 p. m. NOTICE If vou are leaving college, you must* check out officially by obtaining a W ITH D R A W A L CARD from the Dean of Men or Women. This withdrawal card must be Signed by each instructor and taken to the Dean of the College. After seeinc the Dean of the College you must havr* the withdrawal checked and recorded with the Registrar Failure to comply with these instructions may prove to he a serious educational handicap at some future time w Gamma CHI To Give Fashion Show April 1 Gamma Chi Beta, sponsored by the Fay Dunkle Dress Shop, is planning a fashion show to be held April 1. New spring fashions will he featured. which will be modeled by members of Gamma Chi Beta. There will be no addmisskm charged, but donations will be ac- . cepted. The proceeds will hep in Gamma Chi Beta's plans for becoming a national sorority. Chain G ang Dinner- Dance Held Saturday The Chain Gang held a dinner-dance Saturday night. March 9. at the Flagstaff Country Club. John Cook and Buster Madariaga were general chairmen The dance was for members and their dates. . The Apache tribe will send 17 members to participate in the seventh annual. All-Indian Show to be h e ld ; it the ASC Men's Gym on April Tt. Nelson Luke, chairman of the group, and two chaperons will accompany I I performers, among them Sgt. Luke Riley, the last Indian Scout for the U. S. Army during the days when A rizona' was still at war with the Apache and other Indian tribes. The Apache performers will feature their famous devel or crown dance ind one or their most exciting war dances. Along with this •'roup of dancers will be some singers who wiLl provide the background chants and tempo on the drums. Sgt. Riley, who will appear with the singers, will be «. special feature of the Apache representa- , fives to the show. Word is expected soon from the Navajo. Laguna and Hopi tribes as 10 the representation and program they plan to send to ASC for the show. It is also believed that some o f the Endian students from the campus of ASC will parti cipate as performers in the show. The famous Santa Fe All-Indian Band ivill provide music that has made them one of the most famous b-inds in the Southwest The iK’auty contest for maidens in tribal costume will a so be a special feature of the program. The Lumber lack Concert Ba»id left on Itn IWVr tour yesterday nnd will be gone through Friday. Tlw* twnrl is giving 10 concerts r\ t nine Arizona hi cl* schools. Tes-i^ rctoy the band appeared at W illiams, Prescott and Wickenburg: - Todiy concerts were at Mesa and Scottsdale. Tomorrow concerts will include Gilbert at 10 a. m.. Eloy at 1 *'itl p. m. anrl Ajo at 8 p. m. On Friday the tour will end witb a concert at Yuma at 9: ^0 a m The home concert will be giver Thursd. -iv, March 21. at 8 p. m. ir the College Auditorium. Mem hers of tlie program com mittee for the tour are Arvin Randall, chairman. Milford Sander son and Rosalie Hamm. Tour ar run-'em nuts were under the direc tion' of Jon Kinard. George Hamm and Bill Smith. W -W Students Attend Convocation At Tucson A group of Wesley -Westminster Club members attended the W esley Spring Convocation in Tucson. Saturday and Sunday. March 9 and 10. accompanied by Rev. David Brown, assistant minister o# the Federated Church. Students who attended are Harry Pearson. Nancy Lou Chiappetti John Rainey. Dean Cook. Norm# Russell. Marian Patterson Diane Hillebert and Beverly B aldwin. The convocation theme was "Power for Spiritual Revolution. * and Dr. Harvey Seigert. profe«am of Christian ethics at Southern California School of Theology, wa: the truest aneaker. Two ASC stndcnts were killed and four others were injured in a o»»e-ear accident 23 mill’s south of Flagst a f f on U. S. Highway 8»-A Friday afternoon, March X. Ivilled were Russell I licks «»r Clif-h i and Joe Beyard of Seligman. F»»nr other m en students were injured. but all but oik* are now released from the hospital. Most severely injured is Paul Merriamn of Sierra Vista, drivet of the ear. It was reported thal his condition is improved, but he will probably be in the hospita three weeks or more. Less seriously injured are John Blee of Miami. Charles Scheier o Morenci and Henry Atwood ol Wickenburg. The students were ipparcntlj ottt for a pleasure ridr in Oal Creek Canyon when the car ir which they were riding hit a stont wall and ove, *tut'ned after the dtiv er lost control of his vehiclc on a curve, according to Patrol m an Ed Short. Rotary services were held Monday evening for Beyard in Prescott. Burial services were held from the Catholic church there vcsterdav morning. Beya rd’s father. Harold, is buried there. His mother is M-s. Jessie De yard Murphree of Seligman. Funeral services for H icks have been learned yet. Hicks' parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Ervin L. Hicks of Clifton. Five of the stu'-lttuia transferee . tliis semester from the Universitj of Arizona. Beyard returned t« ASC this semester from service it the Navy. lie was a freshmen her* in 1952 John Cook, head of the polio . ■hot campaign. has stated that slips will be sent out for everyone to sign in regard to poio shots. The slips w ill be pledges that the person signing has had or will have the series of three polio shots. Regular hours w ill t>c set up al the infirmary for students Lo have the shots. Tl»r shot'j are free to students under 21 and are S2 for students over 21. Students under 21 roust have parental permission. All students are urged lo partic-ipat--’ in this small task in return for issurancc the tradegy of polio. The committee hopes to gain ICO per cent cooperation from the ASC students in competition with students of other com puses in the state and country. Dr. Pederson Attends Conference A t Gallup Dr. John N. Pederson, associate professor of phy sical education-participated March 9 in a physical education work conference at the Aileen Roar School, sponsored by 1ho McKinley County Schools. Gallup. N. M Dr. Pederson was a member of the panel and consultant during the group meeting! following the conference. Purjiose of the work conference was the re-organization at the physical education and recreational program of the elementary' and hicrh schools of McKinley County Schools Health and *a#ty education was also discussed during the conference. First Coed Recreation Night Held Wednesday The first in a series of Coed Recreation Nights was hell Wednesday night, March 6. sponsored by the Physical Education Majors and Minors Club. Activities included volleyball swimming, ping-pong, badminton and dancing. JoAnn Werthmuller. Buster Mad-riaga and Erma Mollard were in chirge. Other committees were finance: Carlos Baldenegro. Jo Cope and Olympia Sendejas: and program Raul Garcia. Mary Lou Yanez. Bob DeL intt and Herbert Pettet. Lambda Delta Sigma Names Eight Pledges New Lambda D e lt a Sterna pledges were nam^d at a meeting held Feb. 13 in the LDS Institute New pledges are Brent Caldwell. Bill Hayward. Dennie Fra/ier. M<-1 H« if faker Dick Webster. Karen Lofton. Virginia Phelps and Sue Ballard. . . Dick Way has been elected Male February by tlie Associated Men students. Dic k is a senior From Williams aiajonng in elementary education and mmoring in physical education. Dick is vice president vf Della Sigma Phi. national social fr*t emity; president of Associated Men Students; and a member of the Chain Gang, traditions upholder? in the. school. Las I year Dick wai president of Ids junior class. Wav Elected Month's Man More than Wn hi,, ‘i seh>.. l ••h-it> rs throughout Arizona ''-II 'on-venre o*i the u o-; - e Soiiwd; »v. Muivli 10, for S-ENIOlL D<; mi'lrr i he spo-ifeoesJ lip 1 rf 11 tc As n i 1 iiudents. Registration beg Inn at » aim and campus tours will start Irom llie College Union at intervals up to 1L u. m. Members of Qudtual K e y ; md Spurs will serve as ton" guides. A general assembly and talent show is scheduled for II a. m. with Bob Baled 1 ixl C'in4 Rasmussen as co-chairmen. ^ Featured in the after neon a* a trip to the Snow "Bawl, with ir-rangenicnts in Ihe haiwls * ■ John Cook chairman of Senior Day. i nd Busier Madariaga. Rented toboggans will be at the dispos'd of the visiting students, a, id the party will remain for several hours on i the mountain tu have fun In the ■ snow. Sam Borozan is arr. uizin; for a bus to transport v is ito r who do not have cars. ; During the afternoon or*r, n house i will be held in the various de-pariments on campus. A "leu dance in the Women’s Gytnjy’s- | ium at 8. 30 p. m.. sponsored bv ! Associated Women Students, will conclude the days activities. Members o f the p limnin': rom-mittee include co-c^airmen John Cook and Bob Baird, Connr* Moore, representing Cardinal Key; Sam Borozan, Blue' K^y: Bo<; er Madariaga, Chain Gang; s*nd Carol Rsmussen. Spu rs.
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Dr. F. S. C. Northrop. disting-ushed
philosopher and educator,
vtLl speak to college students and
. ow unpeople on the subject “ A
Philosopher Looks at Foreign Policy"
at 8 p. m. in the College
Fur more than 50 years Dr.
Northrop has taught at Vale University,
where he was Master ol
SiIliman College from lWtM»7 when
ho became Sterling Professor of
Philosophy and Law in 1he law
and graduate schools. He has also
h e l d visiting professor at
the Universities of Iowa, Micigan.
Virginia, Hawaii, Mexico, and lectured
at the Foreign Service Institute
of the Department of State,
and the Air, Army. Naval and National
Dr. Northrop has lived in China
eukI traveled and studied in Mexico.
Great Britain. Continental Europe.
Australia, India, Pakistan,
Middle East, Southeast Asia and
South America. In 1939 he was
organizer of and participant in the
Philosophy, and also participate!
in the 1949 conference. Ke has lectured
widely throughout the United
States and abroad.
Direct descendand of the founder
of Milford, Conn., in 1*639, Dr.
Northrop graduated irom Beloit
College in 1915, received a Litt. D
in 194€. and studied at Vale, the
University of Frieburg, Germany;
Trinity College. Cambridge; the
Imperial College of Science and
Technology', London; and Harvard,
where he earned his Ph. IX in 1524.
3n 1932-33 he did further study in
England and Germany under a
Guggenheim Fellowship. In 1949
he received a L. L. D. from the
University of Hawaii and in 19k
irom Rollins College.
A Fellow of the -American Association
for the Advancement o
Science since 1951. Dr. Northrop
was vice president and chairmai
| of Section L. He is also a mem
i ber of the American Philosophies
! Association, Eastern Division, o
which he was president in 1952;
the American Academy ol Arts
and Sciences since 1951; and other
Dr. Northrop is author of the
following books: “ Science and First
Principles” . “ The Meeting of East
and West” . “ The Logic of_ the
Sciences and the Humanities,
"The faming of the Nations", and
"European Union and United State?
Foreign Policy” . “ The Taming ol
the Nations'* won the Freedom
House Willkie Memorial Buildinj
award for the best publication ol
1953 in the field of Internationa'
: relations, selected by the Amen
lican Political Science Association
He was edtior and contributor te
the symposium volume, “ Ideolog
! ical Differences and World Order’*
•and co-editor of ‘“ Alfred, Nortl
Whitehead, An AnthoLogy".
has contributed articles to many
journals and magazines.
Of his lecture Marshall College
(Continued on Page 1)
Arvin Randall was elected present
of the Lumberjack Band at
eliea rsal W ednesda y a f terno on,
Loretta Farnsworth was elected
wind secretary: Dennis Frazier,
lianager; and Dottie Jnesen was
jr-elected publicity chairman.
ember the F a c u lty Follies Ap ril I. LUMBERJACK O n ly a m c d io c re person is alw oys a t his
V O L U M E 45 W E D N E S D A Y , M A R C H 13, 1957
A R I Z O N A S T A T E C O L L E G E , F L A G S T A F F , A R IZ O N A
N U iM B fc R 21
Professor Northrop, Famous
Philosopher, To Speak Here
Date April 1
Annual Senior Day Slated
On ASC Campus March 16
Apaches To Give
Dance For Show
Die In Crash
At Oak Creek
M I I O S F L F G S ? — C'. J. Mina rik, A M S president.
lot)ks o v e r some «>f the e