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Page 4 The PARSON October 29, 1905 n liJ ', '' & 'r Dffmei0fj;, 't "W5- - y- - 'gvf&gms"' f J sfs isr '''' ' Top Row (left to right): Manager Hunger, Coach George Seifert, Rex Coopwood, Craig Wilkinson, John Vasey, Have Sharp, Bernard Mordret, Jim Vrabel, Scott Harrison, and Coach Tony Polychronis. By Dave Intramural football came to a 'dose last Thursday afternoon with the two teams tied for first ..place matched in the final contest of the season. The Senior test of the season. The Senior team, led by Butch Phipps, Dick Ulwine, and captain Jack Dwyer proved to be the superiors of the league as they defeated a hustling Sophomore team headed by Captain Tom Gonzales, end Charles Anderson, and halfback-quarterbac- k Jud Faler. Although Gonzales' team was tied for first place, in losing their last game they were dropped to third place behind Reed Andrus tough Sophomore team. In fourth place and right in the thick of things was John Jennings strong Junior team. It is that time of the year again to choose your team for this years Intramural Volley-BalA list of the teams should be handed in by Friday, October 29, so that we are ready to start on Wednes- l. son, but tapered off when hurt by the losses of Coaches Seifert and Polychronis and their great blocking back, Dean Stewart. Dr. Gifford was a standout in every respect of the game. The cellar-dwellewere the Juniors headed by Newt Gaskill. The overall participation was good with every class being represented by at least one team, except the Freshmen who were rs busy with initiation at well-matche- Intramural Scores , Won Loss Tie The fifth place Faculty team, under the direction of team captain Dr. Gifford, put on a good showing at the start of the sea- Continued from Page 3 through November 5. It may be from melodrammas go? Coleman viewed weekdays from 8 a.m. D. Creel, Jr., the villian of What until 5 p.m. at the University of Wilbur Wrought, can be found Art Department gallery. There at the University of Utah Bab-- is no admission charge. cock C. Little Theatre in Paseo n by V. Douglas Snow. It is not Want to travel a bit? Try Theatre. It a melodrama, but a drama of and the Lyric is well worth the short trip just tragic happenings in old Mexico. It wil lopen October 26 and play to see this wonderful old thea0 nightly through October 30 at tre, but if you go on October at 8 p.m. you will also see 8 p.m. with a 2 p.m. matinee on Tennessee Williams A Street- October 30. car Named Desire. It is the I am still waiting for those season opener for the Utah State comments. If you catch someUniversity Theatre. thing because you saw it here Ever wonder where villians let us know t By SANZI Lo-:'ga- 28-3- day, November 3. If anyone is interested in officiating some of these games, there will be a meeting on Monday, November 1, at 9:50 in the gym. If you are interested, but have never officiated before we will show you how at this time. For further details see John Jennings or Gerda Van Kla-vere- n. sign-u- p time. John Jennings did a good d job as organizer of the league. Captain ' STUDENT RIOTS Continued from Page 2 bail. Indeed, in all its practices and policies regarding the activities of its students in political activities and social protest movements, Oberlin College has always acted in a manner 'I "S' stan- dards of freedom of expression and due process of law. These practices have been and will continue to be characteristic of Oberlin; they reflect the Colleges traditional concern for the moral integrity of the individual, his responsible action in accordance with conscience, a commitment to social justice and service on behalf of ones fellow men, and a continuing search for truth in all fields. There are surely occasions today, as in the past, when the peaceful protest of injustice is a responsible means of encouraging desirable social reforms. Many times in the history of our country such protest movements have aroused the conscience of the American people and prepared the way for social change. . S "j f :" .,. ' f- '' f9f Front Row (left to right): Mike Murry, Ken Pooh-en-, Joel Hall, Steve Hannon, Dave Mayne, Dick Balder-stoGreg Ihler, Jim Davis, Bob Sparrow, and Greg n, Papa-Daki- s. TIGERS CLASH IN FIRST HOMECOMING CONTEST by Allan Burkhalter Colorado College, of Colorado Springs, come to town to face the Parsons in the first Homecoming football game in four years. Advanced information shows that the Tigers have won two games while Josing three thus far in the gridiron season. This team has been reported to be a versatile team with a great variety of offensive sets. Films of last season show them to use primarily a ground attack on offense; however, the Parson coaching staff expects them to try to pass against the Westminster defense. Steve Sudden Death Sable, their 5 foot 11 inch, 207 pound fullback is their main offensive threat. , The coaching staff reports that there are no serious injuries on the Parson team, and all the regular starters are expected to see plenty of action. The team moral and spirit are reported to be high, and on the whole the team is ready for this game. Coach Seifert reports the team is very anxious to win this game, and by playing a consistent game, the Parsons will win it. Extracurriculars Meeting off-camp- consistent with the highest ' t'wwxsm PARSONS ATTENTION Connell Team ' '' " r .s-v'' Middle Row (left to right): Boh Sturges, George Yamamoto, Dave Schaffner, Eric Swensen, Steve March, Mike Murray, Mike Shaw, Jeff Jespersen, Phil Galer, and Coach Mike Hunter. Sr Soph. Tie For First As Intramurals End j tgiJ''$4gt. ? Want to feel needed? Join Syphon Symphony Debs! The first meeting will be held Wednesday, November 3 at 9.50 in Ferry Hall Lounge. Come and find out how your talents can help to start a rewarding organization. Notice Tickets for Homecoming Dance tonight are still on sale from Freshman class officers. Price. $1 per couple. Notice As of Wednesday, October 20, NEED . . . A Job? A Ride? Companionship? To Trade? A Typist? To Find Something? To Send A Message? A Car? ' A Rider? the bookstore will be open from a.m. to 10.30 a.m. only. Notice Seniors! A description pamphlet is now available for each of the 21 advanced tests offered in Graduate Record Examination programs. Interested seniors please contact the office of the Academic Vice President. 8 Found A ring near Payne Gymnasium, Tuesday, October 26. Contact Mrs. Seifert, Dean of Stu- dents office. DO YOU I.D.? THE PARSON Classified Ad Section MONEY' $10 to $25 a Day! Show Christmas Cards, Costume Jewelry, or Car Flares to Family, Neighbors, and Classmates. Call 359-329- 1.