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|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
Volume 3: " Number SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH, 1950 ANGEL STREET STUDENTS IN RECITAL RAMBLING THRU THE MARDI GRAS The Westminster servatory of Music presented 25 students of voice and piano in a recital, Wednesday, March 8, in most. So rather than make an the upper lounge, Ferry Hall. Piano instructors are Dr. Walattempt and hurt someones feelings, we ramble through now, ter Teutsch and Miss Joye just as we did last Saturday Deardorff. The instructors of voice are Mrs. 'Louise Bowman night. The funniest mans costume Engle and Mrs. Elizabeth Hayes College Con- The Mardi Gras took place all in one night, but then so many things happened at the same time that it is hard to decide which should be played up the to William Beilke, who Simpson. dressed as a woman some in the Students taking part in the crowd never did guess that he program were: Gwen French, goes was not she. We wonder where he got those hose! Funniest woman at the nights affair was Jeanne Lathrop. As a tourist in- Mexico, she was able to keep in character all evening. We wonder if that was so hard for Jeanne; after all, she had all last summer to practice. Jeanne, did you ever find that ticket? By the way,- did you know that Jeanne was one section of del Toro? The Blue Ribbon was awarded - T th-2 I'Bootji most original in the event. All credit due to Elizabeth Ataka for a job very well done. Perhaps the most outstanding event of the evening, and one that will be talked about for several years, was the wrestling match pitting Sam Anton against Jerry Glanville. The most unique costumes Adam and Eve. Bruce Lamus and Lavell Hansen pulled this off in high fashion. What about that kiss at the end? Those South American Dancers, who have seen South America in pictures. Pat Moore and Lou Ann Burbeck have been asked to repeat their performance for the Council of Salt Lake City, by Mrs. Richard Sloane, one of the program directors. The German language group pulled off a number that sounded like Rag Mop, of the hit parade fame. They always told me that a language lost something when it was translated into another language after Saturday night, I wonder! The French group gave us a typical French carnival number, which we seldom see in this part of the mountains. - Fer-dina- no Dorothy Robinson, Hollis Brown, Bonnie Ryan, Marilyn Best, Bob Boughton, Louise Grey, Shirley Jackmon, Barbara Harris, Marjorie McDermaid, Pauline Wampler, William Bendt, Freddie Dart, Hal Alex Eliopolus, Hugh Brown, Leonard Hurst, Eva Lewinsori, Shirley Smith, Blaine Beardall, Barbara Walker, Bonnie Fink, Tony Sweet, Joan Patton and Harold Wylie. to. TV Set Presented Westminster College . Mr. Lee Lovinger, owner of the Lovinger Disinfectant Company of Salt Lake City, recently gave Westminster College a sixteen-inch television set. The set has been installed in the lower lounge of Ferry Hall. Students and faculty may view the programs any evening. The set has already proven popular students. with the sports-minde- d The college appreciates this nice gift. smooth number they pulled off. Then there were those signs in Persian and Chinese the first time we have had those languages represented in the Mardi Gras. High credit should be given to those old faithful students Inter-Americ- an may have thought that this was put on by just the language groups that have class instruction in the college but. those Greeks, that was a really Perham, Most who helped in the clean-u- p. over is of us feel that the party when the last number has been presented. Dell Bleazard, Don Beatty, the Nurses, Jeane Lap, throp, Joan Rogers, Janet Janice McFarland and officers of the Sigma Pi Alpha did the dirty work of cleaning up. The winner of the howling contest, the one to get the most . W Players Present Melodrama The present Westminster Players will Angel Street, a Victorian melodrama, by Patrick Hamilton, March 17 and 18, in Converse Hall. This is the first time that the Westminster Players have given a ht stand. Mr. Jay Lees, a director of the group, stated that this is being done to give the players more experience and to give the audience better seats. A few years ago the play Angel Street was made into a movie, which was shown under the title of Gaslight. This psychological drama will star Jack Armstrong, Peggy Williams, Howard Snethen, Winnie Pittman, Janice McFarlane and Jerry Glanville. Second Spring Production Following Angel Street by one month will be Arsenic and Old Lace, also under the direction of Mr. Jay Lees and student director Gene Juhan, April 21 and 22, in Converse Hall. Cast for this second production includes: Camille Gibson, Mickey Richardson, Paul Cornaby, Marilyn Cross, Lee Jennings, Bob Snethen, Pete Ota, Ed Doelle, Harold Wylie, Tom Shaffer, Dave Steele and Sam Anton. Stage assistants for both plays are John Brown, Gus and Jim Webert. Tickets are now on sale for both productions with special rates for season tickets. Season tickets for students, 50 cents; for adults, $1.35. Single admissions are; Students, 35 cents; adults, 75 cents. two-nig- Gus-taves- 75th DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY it;-- Dr. Clifford Barber, Moderator of the' Presbyterian" Church, from KnoxvilleTennessee, has been announced as the keynote speaker for the 75th Diamond Anniversary, April 1, in the First Presbyterian Church. Dr. Robert D. Steele, president of the college, has announced that Gov. J. Bracken Lee and Fenwick T. Fowler, president of the Salt Lake Ministerial Association, will make short addresses during the anniversary event. Theme for the occasion will be Christian Higher Education. The faculty of the college will be in academic attire and representatives from other colleges and universities will be present in the procession. Invitations will be sent out early next week week. It is hoped that all the students of the college will attend the evening program. It is expected that the college department will furnish the music for all programs. on WSSF DRIVE SET FOR MARCH 20 The student Christian Associa- - tion of Westminster Coliege' the drive for the Vftyorld Student Service Fund under the chairmanship of Bill Hannifin, March 20 to 24. For the past several years the drive has been carried through during the spring semester. A film, This Is Their Story, will be shown during the regular Chapel period, March 20. This Is Their Story is an authentic and sympathetic portrayal of the tremendous problems faced by students in all the nations. Living under terrible physical handicaps, in universities where studying libraries and laboratories were wiped out by war, their ceaseless struggle to learn makes a gripping and dramatic story. The World Student Service Fund is the only national agency organized to aid universities abroad. Aid given falls into five major categories: Food, clothing, medical aid, books and housing. The fund also encourages and projsupports student self-heects in the countries where it operates. an-runc- war-shatter- es ed -- Mrs. Richard Sloane, native .of Argentine; Josephine E. Parks, YWCA; Executive Secretary Senor and Senora del Cano, newly appointed Mexican Consul for the Salt Lake City post; Miss Marian Wurster, Neighborhood othHouse Staff. Thanks, judges, for in under its tickets picture er words, the Baby Contest, was a good selection of winners. won by Vince Bradley's baby. Many visitors were seen in the Congrats, V. Bradley gym during the course of the Judges for the contests were: evening. Included in this group Gil-stra- You 6. lp were many of the parents of the town students: Mr. Ralph Cowan of the First Security Bank; Mrs. Bloom, of the Womans Board of Westminster College; Miss Demouth, YWCA program chairman, and members of the Y-F- UN Nighters.