|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
Page 4 The PARSON September 24, 1963 Coaching Staff Grows By Two Hunter And Polychronis Coach George Seifert, head football coach at Westminster, is using two very capable men on his coaching staff this year in Mike Hunter and Tony Polychronis. Coach Hunter is . backfield coach. He comes from the state of Illinois, where he was an performer in football and basketball. He then attended the University of Missouri, lettering in three sports, football, basketball and baseball three years. He is one of the few men in a large university to do this. During his senior year, Coach Hunter led the baseball league of the Big Eight Conference in number of hits and home runs- On the Missouri football team, Hunter played quarterback and halfback. On New Years Day, 1962, Hunter and Missouri defeated Navy in the Orange Bowl. - Hunters father, Dr. O. N. ter is head of the Physical HunEdu- cation Department at the Univer-versit- y of Utah. Tony Polychronis, the line WESTMINSTER COLLEGE 1963 Football Season Schedule Sept. 25 Carroll College, Salt Lake City Oct. 2 College of Southern Utah, Salt Lake City Oct. 16 Ricks College, Rexsburg, Idaho Oct. 30 Colorado College, Salt Lake City Nov. 13 Snow College, Ephraim, Utah Nov. 20 Eastern Oregon, Oregon Le-grand- e, r i f s I coach for the Purple and Gold comes from Salt Lake City, where he played football at South High School. He graduated from the University of Utah in recreation, and is currently working for his teachers certificate. Polychronis was selected as an all conference guard in I960 when playing for the Redskins of the University of Utah. That same year, he played in the East-WeShrine game in the Hula Bowl. The coach has played professional football for the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. Since then he has served two years as a Peace Corps volunteer on the Isle of Cyprus, and has traveled extensively in Europe. Last year Mr. Polychronis served as freshman line coach at tie University of ' st Utah- - Who Searches For Lost Members WHO wants you! The follow- ing people are requested to report to Mrs- May McClellan in the Health Center as soon as possible. JoAnn Atkinson, Judy D Archiply, Trish Gill, Tim McGee, John Patrick, Butch Phipps, Linda McKean, Nancy Bonner, Bob Sorenson and Joe Hollander. - Freshmen class primary elections will be held Monday, September 27 at 9:50 in the Payne gymnasium. The final election will be October 1 in the same location. . Steve Harmon Halfback Dave Sharp End Todays New Breed of Thinkers New Haven, Conn. (I.P.) Philosophers today have little status and less influence in contemporary American life. One reason, according to Paul Weiss, Sterling Professor of Philosophy at Yale, is that there is a new breed of philal osophers. These philosophers consider themselves professionals who speak only with one another and try to solve puzzles instead of dealing with the full problem. They are playing games of academic charades! This failure to communicate has boomeranged, in the opinion of Professor Weiss, to the point where philosophers have little status and less influence in contemporary American life. Who are asked to give answers to questions asked by a worried and tense American public? The politicians, the psychiatrist, and even the clergy, but rarely the philosophers, Professor Weiss points out accusingly. The new breed of philosophers is also cheating college students, in his opinion. More than ever before, students are asking questions about life and society, but they dont get answers from philosophers who wont discuss seriously any subject outside their specialty, he says. Religious leaders are also failing these students in a different way, Professor Weiss says. He feels that college chaplains across the country are prescribing crusading activity as the answer to all questions- When a student has a serious question or doubt about life, the clergy tells him to rush off and do civil rights work down South or join the Peace Corps. Too much activity and too little thinking can be disastrous. The new ruling is designed to be helpful to those students most actively engaged in independent "Nothing Inferior study, research and writing. Dr. J. Donald Ryan, chairman of the For Your Comprehen- sive Honors Program, character- Interior" the lifting of attendance regulations as an expression of confidence by the faculty in the judgment of the Universitys izes honor students- He emphasizes that the move is not an invitation to honor students to cut classes; it is a result of the facultys feeling that these students who have demonstrated their responsibility do not need such regulations. The new class exemption applies to any junior or senior whose average qualifies him. He need not be enrolled in the Universitys formal Honor Program. - Student rCOCA COLA WHICH IDENTIFY - Home f Fine E- LOUNGE 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. ANO "CCKE4 ARC REG ONLY THE PRODUCT OF THE COCA J T COLA COMP,. - Students Exempt From Class LeBethlehem, Pa. (I.P.) high University junior and senior students who have earned a average or better will be exempted from the rules regarding class attendance, according to an announcement by Dr. Glenn J. Christensen, provost and vice president. At the Uniaverage is a versity a Take 5 ... and swing out refreshed. with its bright lively lift, big bold taste, never too sweet refreshes best. Coca-Col- a things PO straight A. The change, which has been approved by the University faculty, provides for attendance of regular classes at the discretion of the upperclassmen who qualify. However, they must attend scheduled examinations or special exercises, and any make-u- p work following absences from such examinations or exercises. 1RACCMMQ Bottled under the authority of The Coca - Cola Company by: Salt Lake Bottling Co.