|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
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|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
Frosh Talent Tonight Show Gym 8:00 Westminster College, Salt Iake City, Utah Vol. 10, No. 3 Becomes Tradition D-D- ay D by Melinda Whitney and Delena Berg Students of Westminster, D Day games. Eve- ryone is invited to join in the riot starting at 3:00 in Dane Hanson Stadium. There you are invited to see the terrible, body bruising girls football game. The unexperienced but determined the Par- team, snips, will do battle with the powerful but Anemic Eleven, team. the Junior-Senio- r Frosh-Sop- h CHEERLEADERS ELECTED In an all college assembly r riotous fun of a the water fight between upper and lower classmen on the baseball field? Well, you can. You can get wet. You can get muddy and skinned up. You can also catch pneumontug-o-wa- the event of the Second Annual D Day is at hand. On Saturday, the Second of November all can be witness to the excitement of the mysterious Students Elect Cheerleaders the game you can join in the DAY November 1, 1963 Coaches for the Parsnips are Butch Phipps and Ray Clark. Ronnie Nay and Gay Johnson are coaching the Eleven. You can hear lusty yells by a number of busty beauties: Doug Mead, Duane Fuller, and Louie Campbell for the Anemic Eleven; Clyde Gillam, Rick Atkinson, and Pete Pevehouse for th Parsnips. At half time you can see the cuddly drill team, organized by Doug Mead, march in precision across the field. D Day Queen contestants are: Doug Mead, Lee Barker, Tony Merritt, Bill Remay, Bob Loss, Sherrill Berrett, Frank Mendez or Tex Norwood. On Saturday you can see the crowning of the D Day Queen and the two runner up Princesses. Did you know that after ic Friday Oct. 25, the cheerleaders for this year were elected. Accumulating the most votes and therefore assuming the ia. Is that all there is to D Day? you may ask. No there is still more to come. A ' V Come one! Come all! To The Masquerade Ball! The time I hear tell, is the stroke of eight to that bewiching hour, now dont be late. November 2 sets the date f - ty j Newly elected Cheerleaders, left to right are: Laurie Tohill, Brenda Wood, Gwen Gholson, head cheerleader, and Judie Spencer. when the spooks and goblins come hither in. The student lounge is the place and the den of the witches and their Y.R.s Present Activities Y.R.S HOST NATIONAL CHIEF Y. R.S GREET fowl kin. ROCKEFELLER All, so they say, is only a Fourteen members of the Westminster Y. R.s were on hand at Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah campus Tuesday, October 22, to hear an address by Repub- mere dime and quarter per person hey! now dont start that cursin, Cause fortune telling, costume prizes, entertainment, and eats are the kind of action there you will meet. lican Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York. Rockefeller, an active, but as of now, undeclared candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, attacked the When you come dressed from your .toes to the top of your head in a costume of a person both famous and dead, You will be ready in the proper attire and mood to help the witches tantalizing brew which will make fun and frolic for you! So Come One! Come All! to the Masquerade Ball! Administrations lack of fiscal integrity as well as certain tactics employed Kennedy concerning South Viet Nam. Following his address the Governor submitted to answering questions raised from the floor. After the assembly adjourned, members of tihe Y. R. group greeted Governor Rockefeller and his wife, Happy, on the Kingsbury stage. . Plays To Be Presented Mr. E. (Buz) Lukens national president of the Young Republicans, arrived on campus Tuesday, October 22, as guest of the Westminster College Young Republican Club. D. The Y. R. leader also presently serves as, Republican clerk in the U.S. House of Representatives Rules Committee. The purpose of Mr. Lukens visit was to study the successful Utah Y. R. set-uand carry techniques developed here to other states. p Jo-Ly- nn y, LECTURER SPEAKS Dr. Orlo N. Brees presented The Challenge of the Sixties, at an assembly, Monday, October 28. Dr. Brees emphasized three challenges to Americans. He stressed clear or logical thinking, self discipline, and a return to the faith of our fathers. What we are today depends on what we were yesterday stated Dr. Brees in his of Americans. He all-colle- Participates In IRC Catholic Leader Test-Ba- n To Address Treaty topic of the 19G3 Rocky Mountain Regional Conference of the International Relations Clubs held Thursday, October 24 on the Brigham Young University campus in Provo, Utah. den will star in this play as Every Man, God, and Death respectively. They will be supported by Dick Ohvine, Curt Geergens, Bill Cook, Karen Farikoff, Mike White,, Kay Chytraus, Tudy Snyder, Judy Farikoff, Brenda Wood, Trisha Gill, Lenae Nillson, Linda Shields, and Jay Young. The third play will be directed by Bob Loss. Starring in Tennessee Williams Glass Menagerie are Linda Buck-leHelen Ann Linschied, Louis Campbell, and Stan Clark. Next semester Sharon Pratt and Bob Williams will direct A Raisin in the Sun. FAMOUS ican is a bundle of inconsistencies. Dr. Brees represented the National Association of Manufacturers in Public Relations. He is a 1959 Freedom Foundation award winner and a former New York State legislator and publisher. The The drama department and the Westminster Players recently announced the future production of four plays. Ladies in Retirement written by Edward Percy and Reginald Denham will be the first of these to be presented shortly after Thanksgiving. Nina Rushmore, is directing the play. Sharon Pratt, Penny McClellan, Rand Murray, Jacks, Becky Anderson, Linda McKean, and Carol Loya will star. The sixteenth century morality play, Every Man, directed by Louis Campbell, will be presented next. Jim Smith, Dave Schmidt and Scott Bel-- ath- further stated that the Amer- Students First Step to What? was the McKean. tiative, and support the letic program wholeheartedly. She feels that pep rallies aid school spirit and looks forward to the basketball season with optimism. Gwen stated that there will be several changes made, both in the cheers and in the style of cheering, tending toward more calisthentic cheerleading. dis-cripti- Westminster Rehearsing for Ladies in Retirement are left to right: Lynn Jacks, Penny McClellan, Becky Anderson and Linda role of Head Cheerleader is Miss Gwen Gholson. Gwen is a freshman, coming to Westminster College from Gary, Indiana. She is studying toward a major in Elementary Education. Also elected to positions were Laurie Tohill, freshman from Salt Lake, enrolled in nursing, Judy Spencer, junior, from Moab Utah, majoring in elementary education and art, and Brenda Wood, a freshman from Carson City, Nevada with an undeclared major. In a brief interview with Gwen, she summed up the feelings of all four girls in stating that she hopes the students will take more ini- The days of successful discussions were highlighted Friday evening with an address by the Under Secretary of State, W. Averill Harriman. The final session Saturday morning was for election of officers. Sharon Pratt, a junior at Westminster, was elected president of the Rocky Mountain Region. Sharon Pratt announced that the 1964 Regional conference site is at Westminster. Miss Pratt and Dr. Nagle, head of the political science represented department, Westminster at the Mr. D. E. Lukens and Ron Shelly, Y.R. President, confer at recent meeting. Speaking in Ferry Hall Mr. Lukens appraised the Y. R.s as a most necessary factor in achieving Republican victory in 1964. The Y.R. chief described the Kennedy Club as more vulnerable than ever, in the areas of foreign policy and especially civil rights, where as the last Republican administration provided more rights and less blood. Mr. Lukens also expressed the view that any wheat sold should have as its price, political concessions from the Russians in either Berlin or Cuba. Father Lawrence P. Sweeney, director of the Newman Center at th University of Utah, will address the Westminster College Community on Wednesday, Novem- , f) i ber 20, at 9:50 1963, in the Payne Gymnasi u m. a.m., A He will dis-- f J cuss the de- liberations of Vatican the Second Council, which is now in progress. Father Sweeney is a graduate of St. Patrick's Seminary in Menlo Park, California, and since 1958 has been edi- L . - tor of the intermountain Catholic Register. He attended Douglas School, Roosevelt Junior High, and Judge Memorial in Salt Lake. Before his appointment at the University, Father Sweeney served three years in Ogden.