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Office Hours Office Monday Friday -- 3 Foster Hall pm - 7 pm 1st Floor HA Miss Nysewander Receives ' i Honorable Mention Miss Patricia Jane has received the honbeing placed upon Honorable Mention List of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. The purpose of this foundation is to attract people to the college teaching profession. j f and related interests. Include in your discussion special features of your undergraduate study pertinent to these interests and to your plans for graduate work. Indicate, for example, any relevant experience in individual projects of reading, writing, or research. Eligibility for this fellowship is limited to those students' who show outstanding intellectual promise. At the close of your statement, describe concisely your study, whether in high school, college, or elsewhere, of forand list your The persons who qualify, eign languages; and senior present proposed and are selected to receive courses and scholastic honors. this fellowship are granted a" $1,500.00 stipend for one aca3. Transcript: An official demic year. Married students receive an extra $500.00. transcript of your college i ecord, including graduate if any, showing the work, Nomination for this fellowcourse of study which you ship by any member of the have pursued, together with teaching staff of a college or your grades. Candidates who in the United have attended more than one university States or Canada is needed to institution must submit a insure candidacy. transcript from each institution. All candidates should forward required documents to 4. Three Letters or Recomthe chairman of the Regional mendation: Forms for letters Committee in October or of recommendation on your early November. In Utah the behalf are enclosed. Note that chairman is Professor John certain parts of these forms Hough, Department of Clasare to be filled out by you. sics, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado. A recent 5. Photograph: professional photograph of The following items are re- vourself, approximately 2lz" quired in support of all x Please print your name on the back. 2". Information Form. Statement of Intellectual A signed statement, 1,000 words in length, telling us about your intellectual 2. I f From out of the deep, dark depths of the Dean of Stu- dents office comes the ing sighs of free men. Their freedom as slaves of a vice perhaps; the lackadaisical inwail-Interes- t: Because the womens dormitory is one of the more interesting attractions on campus, I, as carekeeper of Hogle 2oo, feel it my duty to make known to you some of the fascinating creatures held behind these walls. As you take this cage by tour with me, I must caution you to beware of the creature hustling about us known as the road runner. This individual incessantly flutters to and fro collecting her belongings in order to e someplace in a great ar-fw- hurry. At the first cage we come to we meet the hyenas. These creatures congregate in one place and spend their time giggling and laughing, usually oblivious to the source of their amusement. As everyone else is going to bed, the enhyenas flock together to favorite pastime. gage in their Next we meet the fickle, or to use the common euphemism, the adaptable being known as the chameleon. Seldom do we see this animal displaying the same personality. To the contrary, there is always a different shell camoflaging the real person. Once broken through, this sugar coating reveals an uninspiring void. Maintaining her head far above the crowd the peacock 7 mr OOO 0 1963, edition of What The Colleges Are Doing, Ginn and Company, with quotes by John D. Black, Stanford University News Service, Nov. 20, 1962 and Edward D. Eddy, Jr., in a speech given to the Council of Presidents of State Universities, Nov. 12, 1962.) v, f I Iff -- 1 4 : i f 1 l7P i aoao iotot - tyv qt.3, , 7-- 1 1 Will the real minor please stand! Drink to me Only . . . bibition of liquid refreshment so vehemently condemned by administrative doctrine. For two long months this group has suffered penitence, and counted the days, the hours, and the minutes until freedom. But wratch out now. Walk the straight and narrow', the sobering path of judgment, for a while, and allow the cars of social pride to be blended in the traditional cobwebs of the past. ra-ton- al more the succulent, smooth, golden liquid to foam over the tongue, and fizz its way dowm the pipes to the stomach, and then transform and bounce back up into the cranium. No In summation, for the ministration, from whom no one can ever get a straight answer concerning doctrine or policy; Ye who have so favor once with the over- ad- at Hogle Zoo passes us as we continue our venture. Closely related to the changeable lizard we just passed, this unoccubearable surroundpant disregards her, ings. He primary concern is self-confide- preserving her perfect appear- ance and making sure that her superiority is observed by all. Over in the far corner resides the ostrich with her head buried deep in the sands of learning. She too pays little attention to the events around her. Occosionally she removes her knowledge filled head to enlighten a passerby cn her latest theory concern- Continued Page 2, CoL 1 haplessly wandered into dis-lord- s, continue your thirst, but thirst for knowledge, and drink heartily, but drink to me only with thine books. LEAPing to Conclusions by Jiin Leap 1904, and the Republicans One question seems to be quite consistent in the Reput lican partys political ranks these days, and that is, Who can beat Kennedy in 64? Three potential candidates have appeared on the horizon. Nelson Rockefeller seems to le the frontrunner at this time with Romney and Scranton running a close second, and the conservative Senator from Arizona a solid third. It appears likely that Rocky will win the Republican nomination for 64 with Scranton or Romney taking the second spot, but dont neglect the darkhorse hes trying for a comeback and sometimes the 6:1 shot surprises people. Tax Cut Look for some tax reform legislation to make it through Congress this session. Pressure is being applied on the Congressmen and Senators from the people that would derive the most benefit from a tax cut, big industry. The Featherbed Stuffed with . Illinois Watches The 5:09 is just on time when three station masters check the line. O Woe is me, said one to another, my but this is a grind. . the more harried the faculty and administration, the more serious and concerned the students, the greater the potentiality for unhealthy conflict, both covert and overt, between them. A college administration can be amused, irritated, or disgusted by goldfish-eating- contests, but they are usually philosophical. But wrhen obviously bright students criticize the teaching, champion a professor whose contract isnt renewed, demand membership on university committees ihese potentially constructive expressions of adolescent energy tread on sensitive toes. When a new concern for world affairs is manifested by noisy protest on nuclear testing, a defense of Castro, and other unpopular stands, the administration fervently longs for a nice wild beer bust. To handle such problems constructively requires respect for students, understanding of them, maturity and patience that the administrator, already pressured, may not be able to display. (John D. Black) (Emphasis mine.) . V J m? cage (Portions of this article are taken from the Winter, V Xyse-wand- er or of 1. THE NEW STUDENT I . . . . this is the first generation in a long time which has accepted at face value the cliche that the hope of the w'orld lies in its youth ... In their preparation to give substance to the cliche, inevitably they will at times seem shockingly provocative, or else we will break their spirit. And it is, in reality, their spirit, not their youth, which is our real hope. (Edward D. Eddy, Jr. (Emphasis mine.) I realize the Sioux Indian prayers have their place in many circles, but need we always have to walk two weeks in anothers moccasins to be able to intelligently judge him? No we dont. And in fact in many cases it is impossible for us to be able to actually place ourselves in his position, with his authority and his responsibilities. Yet this should not deny us the privilege of judging him. Many of us have not yet graduated, but does that mean cur teachers and elders are not to be challenged by us until we reach their status? We all certainly cant become president or governor, but Continued Page 2, Col. 2.