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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
zs. Forum October 29, 1982 Page 3 ! Halloween Happy THE ANSWER IS Sometimes I feel so I leant to scream , I We Want Your Blood The community is responsible to donate said Glenda Grayson, associate director, blood Donors Resources Department of the American Red Cross. The annual Red Cross Blood Drive will be held November 1, 1982, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Presidents Dining Room in the Shaw Center. Shaw Center Board Member, Brenda Carlisle and Michelle Dye are coordinating this event with Debbie Jenkins, Dean of Students. Jenkins said, normally, 60 to 80 people give blood. We would like to see more people give. Students can sign up in the Dean of Student Office or by contacting Carlisle or Dye. Pizza, provided by Adult Education, will be given to the class, group, or organization that gives the most blood. Blood must be available to all those who need it, Grayson said. According to Grayson, 150 units of blood are needed for 55 counties, including Utah, southern Idaho, eastern Nevada, and southwest Wyoming. UNICEF ... Sue Snow . . . Joun and out, uant to shout, When I feel this urging neeJ, I pick up the paper ani start to reaJ. I reaJ of in places far away, u'ith no food to cat rom day to day. Somehow they still wear a smile, as they climb in the Andes, and swim in the Nik- - As Halloween approaches, children begin to think of masks, candy, and parties. Adults face the endless ringing of doorbells, tricks, and goblins at their door. adults and children alike Many people think only of those things when the 31st rolls around UNICEF (United Nations Childrens Emergency Fund) is an organization designed to help needy children all over the world, and they do much of their g during the Halloween season. Some children, instead of going out for candy, collect for UNICEF. It is a great thing for young children to raise money for those less fortunate than they are. Halloween, however, is not the only time when UNICEF needs support for their work, and UNICEF is not the only group that needs support. Thinking of all the people in this world who have less than most Americans reminds me of this poem: fund-raisin- people They haoe wry little, their clothes are not clean, The dont haic Izods, or designer jeans. What little they haw, to them is a treasure, while all we want is fun and pleasure. How would it be to know only pain ? Not to have shelter from the rain? The answer is . . . well never know, We dont often think of their sorrow or woe. We haw our problems here, its true, but if ours were like theirs what would The answer is we do? . . . The poem, was not written as a cut down to Americans, but rather to remind us of how lucky we are. The next time all you have to complain about is homework, remember those who dont complain about it, because they cant afford school. If a trick-o- r treater says for UNICEF, on Halloween, please give. trick-or-tre- at Julie Bell SpOKtS College Sports the Fantastic field goal attempt sailed over the crossbar of the goal post. swished through A basketball, lobbed the net. a 54-yar- d full-cou- rt, free kick slipped past the goalies outstretched hands and landed in the corner of the net. a 45-yar- d A 220-yar- d drive soared through the air, landed and slid into the hole. One of these was true for Westminster on Saturday afternoon, October 16, against Utah State University. A usual penalty for pushing is a free kick. Edgar Capella took Westminsters free kick; he placed the ball; the crowd was silent; and he kicked the ball. The ball went higher and higher and higher and corner of the narrowly slid into the upper right-han- d Women's Soccer Lives net. Capella scored from 45 yards out. Westminster gained the lead with 0 in the beginning of the second half. Saeed Bonabian, playing in his last game for Westminster, scored the first goal from 10 yards out, assisted by Edgar Capella. Utah State University bounced back to score two quick goals and tied the game 2'2. Goalie, Tom Ross, made several saves and is credited with a first half shut out. One student said, Tom was great! He really kept the game alive." Karl Thompson made the most attempted shots, followed by Chuck Collins. Teri Schryer, a loyal soccer fan, said, It was a 2-- good and intense game. Westminster took an early lead, but Utah State University made a strong comeback. The game ended in a 2 tie. ERA? Womens Lib? Women playing soccer? DOES have a womens soccer team. Westminster Yes, In the Fall of 1981, Westminster merged with Brew-Hathe a Utah Womens League team, to form Westminster Brew'Has. The Brew-Ha- s play 8 to 10 games a season. Most of their games are played at Rose Park and Riverside Park, North Salt Lake, with such teams as Alemania, PanWorld, University of Utah, Provo, and Park City. Dan Padulla, a nurse at LDS Hospital, studying to be a physicians assistant, coaches the girls two nights a week and during games on Saturday s, afternoons. Coach Ben Rodriguez has brought up the idea of initiating a Womens Intercollegiate Soccer team for Westminster in the near future. 2-- Paulette Rodriguez Paulette Rodriguez whats happening THEATRE SPORTS Oct. 30 Salt Lake Golden Eagles; Salt Palace Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Utah Jazz Game; Salt Palace Salt Lake Golden Eagles; Salt Palace Salt Lake Golden Eagles; Salt Palace Utah Jazz Game; Salt Palace 2 3 5 6 Oct. 29 Oct. 29 - Dec. 4 Oct. 30 Nov. 9 - Nov. 14 ART EXHIBITS Oct. 29 Nov. -- Oct. 29' Nov. 15 Oct. 29 - Oct. Oct. 29 - Nov. 31 21 Artists in Action Gallery, oils, watercolors, and pastels by Phyllis Horne; Heritage Square. Tivoli Gallery, oils and watercolors by Mel Fillerup Author Wesley Dow Japanese Prints from the Center Lake Art Salt Collection; 13 Oct. 29 Oct -- Oct. 31 ' Nov. 31 10 Nov. 10 Alvino Rey, Cafe Pops Concert; Salt Palace, 7 p.m. - Cafe, 8 p.m. - Concert Fresh Aire; Symphony Hall, 8 p.m. Sunday Matinee ' 3 p.m. Billy Joel; Salt Palace, 7:30 p.m. Vienna Boys Choir; Symphony Hall, 8 p.m. Sunday - 2 p.m. Wait Until Dark"; Shire West Theatre, Wednesday through Saturday 8 p.m. "Children of a Lesser God"; Capitol Theatre, 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday - 2 p.m. "The King and Promised Valley Playhouse, Tuesday through Saturday 8 p.m. ' I; ' DANCE Oct. 29 Oct. 29 ' Oct. 30 IN CONCERT Oct. 29 "Gemini; Salt Lake Acting Company; Thursday through Saturday - 8 p.m., The Shanghai Song and Dance Company; Capitol Theatre, 8 p.m. The Sky Hags Magic Shadow Show; presented by Ririe'Woodbury Dance Company, Friday - 10 a m., Saturday - 7:30 p.m. WESTMINSTER ACTIVITIES Oct. 30 Nov. 1 Nov. 5 ASWC Costume Party Red Cross Blood Drive Intramural Basketball Signups ASWC ACTIVITIES HIGHLIGHT the Utah Intercollegiate legislature for the politicans of Westminster College. It takes off at the State Capitol Building. October 29 drag out your goblins and ghouls, your witches and wizards and brew up a stormy day of wild and wonderful costumes and classes. Then come to the Halloween party on the 30th. Dance and party all night to the sound of the October means Assembly. A form of mock 28-3- 0 Nerve. November 13th come to the ASWC Hike Day. Bring your friends and family on this Saturday extravaganza and see nature in her finest regalia.