|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
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|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
Pm 2 Friday, April ?S - editorials , ' ' ' ft fr-- ' X 'F Parking squeeze? Use feet! The student dashed out of the BY High Education Building, raced across the sidewalk, and leaped into the car parked on the north side of the square. Before the car door clammed shut, his mother stepped on the accelerator. Twenty minutes later he turned to Her and said, I think we made good time, dont you? I should say so, she answered. Were almost to the end of the block. This story may be a little exaggerated, but it emphasizes a very real problem faced by those who live too far to walk home after school. Th" traffic jam surrounding the school every night is inefficient, irritating, children who are not old and a hazard to elementary-ag- e enopgh to remember to look both vghys before running time-consumin- slow-movin- Do you have it yet? ; Compared with these scenes it is shocking all right, For teachers whose faces express damp despair When teaching with all of their main and their might Their students, each one fast asleep in his chair. eye The symptoms are clear in each Which studies the ceiling and counts every crack. The droop of the head, and each yawn, and each sigh All prove that Spring Fever is back! 4W; Vs er Kennedy, Nixon probable Presidential nominees for '68 R. - years now, is still running, and still losing, and adding a little humor to the Republican Party. Stassen has been taking liberal views of the Democratic Party, and Conservative views, and raising cain with both of them. Hes a middle of the reader, but nowadays, thats a good place to be he thinks! 20 - Last week the Wildcats tied with Wasatch 25 while Orem scored 105 in a three-meat the stadium. et er Mofjier-Daiight- er er IJarold Stassen, who has been running for President for about ? The Hall Decorations committee has John Maas as chairman, The tennis team, sporting a 1 record, is expected to beat Lehi in the second round of play. Their only loss it to Orem. 3-- gun in the air not at me' says Jeryl Smith, dashman who, with Clint Williams, has won several first places in meets. Cunningham hurdles. (Dave Clark photo) No, Dave, point the BY High sophomore Snow: thindads lose; tie Wasatch in The Wildcat thinclads participated in the Snow College Invita- tional last Saturday but faiteeKXo place' any of the eight members in the competition. High schools from all over the state were invited to the annual track event which is staged in Ephraim, Utah. Y The tracksters competed in a dual meet with Springville High School at the Cougar Stadium last Wednesday. In a losing cause, the Cats managed to pull off five impressive first places. Jeryl Smith collected two vicd dash and tories in the the 220. Jim Innes took the broad jumping event with a leap of 20 feet. Tom Nibley high jumped 5 8 for a first place tag. Junior Ron Robison took high honors in d low hurdles. the 180-yar- Wednesday, April 3, BY High hosted, Orem and Wasatch in a meet at the stadium. The Wildcats tied the Wasatch Wasps both while f)rem smothered schools with 105 points. Defending Region 220 champ Clint Williams captured first place in the ay dash while Larry Curtis and Smith tied for third. Other ft first place positions went to Larry Curtis in the broad jump event. Nibley took first in high jumping. Second place slots went to Ron Robison in the 180 low hurdles, Jeryl Smith in the 440, and Williams in the 220 category. 100-ya- rd Jens Fugal, Jerry Reynolds, Paul Mark Sowards, and Hintze, Charles Rich as members. The most eventful activity on Boys Day will be the Girl Slave Auction. The chairman is John Maas, with Leonard Lee as auctioneer and Gary Graham and Robert Bowen as committee members. teams organize for spring 3 Girls' Badminton, bowling, and track are listed on the future agenda for girls sports, acording to Miss Barbara Jensen, cdach. Next Thursday a badminton and bowling tournament will be held at American Fork. BY High will take a singles player and a doubles team to compete in badminton and one team of four bowlers to compete in the bowling competitions. We will also have al track team that will compete on May 1. Anyone who wishes to compete is conencouraged to sign up, cluded Miss Jensen. Next Friday and Saturday, the Wildcat track and tennis teams will enter the BYU Invitational meet, perhaps the largest meet in the intermountain afea with thousands of junior high, senior high, and college competitors. As a ninth grader, Jeryl Smith (now a sophomore at BY) won the dash and the 440. 220-ya- rd Following the BYU invitational, the tennis men will go to the Northern Division play-off- s on April 30. Porter tops invitational; netters sport 3--1 record By Steve Soffe Junior Dave Porter came through in fine style to win the Snow College Invitational last Saturday in the singles division. the book If tri-ov- al Executive Council plans Boys, Girls Days for BY on May 2, 3 Plans for a Girls and a Boys Day on May 2 and 3 were discussed last week by the Executive Council and Mr. Richard Sen. Eug$ne McCarthy, of MinWootton, adviser. in prestige nesota, is coming up J The Council appointed commibut is not expected to beat the ttees to be in charge of such funcNew York Senator. tions as the Tea, the Boys Day Dance, and the of Alabama Girls Slave Auction. George Wallace is running for President on the American IndeThe committee responsible for not Hes expected the Party. pendent refreshments, invitations, and to win, but for American consergames for the Mother-Daughtin are who and Tea will be headed by Karen Anpeople vatives, best the state of hes favor dersen and includes Terri Fisher, rights, choice. Lynette Andersen, Cok.cn ChrisThe bom loser, tensen, Margie Dixon, aqd Jill Richard Nixon is front runFrischknecht. ner for the Republican Party. The Boys Day Dance CommitNixon has done well in primary tee is headed by Janine Lambert competition, but the real test will and includes Rachael Wallace, be in the Republican convention Gary Golightly, Larry Ford and and election. Scot Card. The Decorations Committee for Gov. Nelson Rockefeller is not the dance includes 3U1 FrischHe has is certain 'what he doing. stated that he will not enter the knecht as chairman, George race for .the presidency; but just Shaw, Margie Dixon, Coleen Christensen, and Scott Card as lately he stated that if nominated committee members. he could win. front-runn- Tats; Lehi tennis here BY High track and tennis teams continue their spring activities with the tracksters competing at 3 this afternoon at Wasatch High in Heber and the racqueteers hosting Lehi Tuesday at the BYU tennis courts at 4 p.m. 100-yar- bizarre years in American politics. Front runner President Lyndon Johnson is no longer a candidate for the Democratic nomination. This announcement surprised many Americans because he is thought of as a very politically minded President and incumbent. Sen. Robert Kennedy, in his late brothers shadow, is now in many peoples minds for the Democratic nomination. - 3-w- By Robin Patton A sickness is obvious this time each year When blossoms are fringing each streamlet and creek, When rhymes fill the minds of each young sonneteer, And barelegged climbers hike up every peak. By Mark Ashworth This year, if it goes down in history for nothing else, will surely go down as one of the most s Sx g, across the street. It could be easily solved if those who usually have to wait a few minutes anyway before their rides come would arrange to meet their rides a block away from the. school grounds. Any time lest in walking would be made up in g lines, not to minutes saved from waiting in speak of the added safety and salvaged tempers. lack-lust- SR- - if 19, 1961 fits -- - share it! As the end of the school year a list of overdue approaches, books and the people who checked them out will be published. This is the first of that list: Too Much Too Soon Rachel Wallace Strikeout Story Clint Williams I Wanted to Be An Actress Terri Fisher I'm A Lucky Guy Billy Christiansen The Immortal Lovers Joseph West Deep in My Heart Coach Burr Up From Slavery Verl Allman. Background To Glory Gary Go- lightly Six Feet Six Jens Fugal Exploring With Birds Wilbur Ne&land a Long May It Wave People Wife Brook Ancient Israel Hal Wi- Wallace Montague The Nun'sSltory Kathy Bennion Fifteen Judy Peterson King Lear Larry Ford Behold YourQueen Janice Keel- er With 10, the Wildcat netters another gained victory as they defeated the American Fork Cavemen, 5 to 0. Winning for the Wildcats were Dave Porter in the first singles, defeating Steve Merkley, Winning in the second place singles was Jeff Fisher, defeating Dave Gary Steinechert, in the third Barrus, plajnng singles position, came through with the third win for the Wildcats as he defeated Randy Borman, 6-- 6-- 2. 2, 6-- 3, the 6-- 1. 6-- 3. 6-- 1, In the doubles matches Mark Harmon and Rick Beckham defeated Curtis King and Steven Shelly by the score of In the number two doubles, the team of Lee Huish and Robert Oldroyd defeated Kent Karen and Dave Bean, In the exhibition match, Richard Sheffield defeated Ed 12-1- 4-- 6, Scott Hintze Lord of Thunder ' On April 4-- 6, 6--3. 0, 14-1- 2. War-burto- n, lliams Gone team. 6-- 2, Farmer Takes Parker of Dave, the number one singles man for the Wildcats, defeated players from Spanish Fork High, Skyline, and Provo High to take the top honors. Mark Harmon and Dave Barrus were defeated ki the first round of the doubles competition when they lost to a tough Orem High Wind Dave Wright 6-- 0, 6-- 1. On April 4 the Wildcats defeated Lehi, 3 to 2. In the singles division, the Wildcats were victorious with Porter winning 3 against Evans of Lehr Fisher defeated Holcomb, while Barrus. defeated Godfrey, In the doubles divisoin, the Wildcats were not so lucky as they lost both of the matches. Beckham and Harmon were defeated by Smith and Miner 8 Huish and Oldroyd lost to Cooper and Evans, 6 6--2, 6-- 6-- 4, 6-- 0; 6-- 1, 6-- 6-- How to Win Friends and, Influence People Coach Leishman 7-- 9. 3-- 6, 2-- 2.