|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
Pag ' "A , . -- r. . ;i fY 'ftfiir " , if &s ..- db, uy t' .- - Y - .V ) - v 'r'm 4 4 ! - J " V -- V- - i , . '. - r A ? i rnm ii Sparrow (9) passes as front four of Falcons charge. J.V. won the game 228. THE PEP CLUB, Air Force Friday, put on a great half time show for the student body. Parsons Lose Falcon V it- - - As Birds Scoop Fumbles and illegal procedures; while last week, most of them were personal fouls. Westminster had six penalties fbr a total of thirty yards, the Air Force had eight for a total of 80 yards. They did seem to be an eager ball team. I noticed that the caliber of ball was much better than last week, and the referees were very capable of conducting a good ball game. Last week, they weren't capable of refereeing a Pop Warner game in a sand lot. There is no game this week d, because the team, the and the bass drummer need a rest. In two weeks, we play Colorado College in Colorado. I know we will win that game but I havent forseen a score yet. Any persons wanting to know the score in advance, contact Dean Stewarts office. Thanks to all who came last week. (by Bill Whorton) The Parsons lost a very well played game to the Air Force last Saturday by a score of 22-- 8. The passing arm of Sparrow hit 49 for a total gain of 191 yards. The ground gain, however, hit a low of 68 yards. This was a from prevcomplete ious games. The only touchdown scored by Westminster was of a ten yard pass from Sparrow to Harmon. Joel Hall passed to Callahan for the two extra points. It was a fumble fumble game from the beginning, probably because of a muddy, slick field. The Parsons made eight fumbles and lost seven of them while Air Force fumbled five times and lost four. Also penalties were very costly for both teams. Most of the penalties were turn-arou- nd pep-ban- off-sid- es Calendar of Events revealed that were high months for Air Force enlistments with 117. August recorded 89, May 86 and July listed 72. The Army Board comprising Utah figures April and June The continuation of the Vietnamese conflict has created a record enUstment rate in four United States military service . ' i j Utah, Montana and Idaho had the highest September enlistment rate In the nine western states.; The normal monthly figure of 100 rose to 381. organizations. , ; . Both Navy and Air Force units haye reported up to a 6 month while the Army waiting list, and Marine Corps have enlisted two to three times as many applicants as they did last year. In explaining the discontinuation of the Navy's three-yeprogram earlier this year, Chief Ship's Serviceman Francis D. 1 ' - 4 1 The Navy Marler observed, offered it as an incentive to join up. But we don't need it now, since we currently put applicants on a waiting list." month waiting Ust has been in effect for several months, according to Air Force officials. A 6 (From Pg. 3, Col. 3) second Oswald was an excellent shot, my theory does not require the dismissal of aU of the people who saw second Oswald as mistaken, no matter how much corroboration they have. In the light of the Report's deficiencies, Professor Popkin urges a reopening of the InHe believes the vestigation. Warren Commission served the American and the world public .badly by doing a rush job, a slap-daone, defending a politically acceptable positionl" Professor Popkin is chairu? man of the Department of 3 the University of California at San Dico. sh PERSONAL Alice, the place to meet H?y a.ter the game is at Bim1320 2nd South! E. bos, D-D- ay , Progress is going well and most of them should be completed with in two or three months. Later we found out that the ceremonies had been held and were confined to the family. Divasam is held after the 12th but by the the death. 15th day following the During day's activities, the to the grave for attends family an hour's ritual of puja (pray- There is Pbil-osop- a definite sequence , of eating which begins and ends with rice and has a couple of intervening rice helpings too. Around the edge of the leaf are put hot pickles, hot relish, a sweet, salt, and a vegetable mixture. Rice is piled on the center of the leaf and sambar added. When that's finished, more rice with rusam ( a highly spiced thin soup flavored with tamarin . Poulsen, Hall Key Men In Parson Gridiron Games (by TOM GONZALES) Two outstanding players for the Parsons this year are Ken Poulsen and Joel Hall. Both Herbie and Little Poisen have contributed a great deal to the success of Westminsters team. Ken and Joel are both aggressive and have desire. Joel Hall is probably the most player on the team. 'Doing an outstanding job as a linebacker on defense, Joel proved his versatility by passing for a touchdown while playing quarterback against Western Montana. At 185 pounds Joel is one of the hardest tacklers on the team. Joel comes to Westminster from Vallejo Jr. College in California where he was an fullback. Transto last year, Westminster ferring Joel led the team in rushing while playing fullback. Planning to major in either physical therapy or English, Joel has a good future ahead. nd Sadie Saturday Dear season is here girls. The time has come for all you fine hunters to ask your dears to go to the Sadie Hawkins dance with you this Saturday night at 7:30 in the Lounge. It will, cost you 2$ , but it will be worth it. OSWALD ar 966 wells. poorest. all-arou- Record Enlist For Vietnam 1 She breaks her bangles, removes her forehead mark, from her hair, and flowers now be shall hereafter and is dressed only in inexpensive saris of white or red. Hindu women are still forbidden to remarry either after death or divorce, which is a new and still rare thing. Last week a young fellow was drowned in a well. His wife of a few weeks must go through life now childless and alone. Since our present widow is elderly, she will be taken in by one of the sons. Meanwhile, back at the feast, so we sat. Chowdownwas called, and we were the first of the wave. I estimate over a thousand people were gathered now from the rich of the area to the - , ; 8, ers) and the wifes obligations. Z . . 1 . i v - iltl ft?n- r "i ! ? . - . ; ,i ? : ''i'?-?- ' -- -- -. - V'TW 1 V - $. : i jr wr Tuesday, October Westminster PARSON Four The theme for this year's dance is Dogpatch Emporium, and the band will be Don Dallas. Refreshments and a Marryin' Samantha (our very own Blondie) will add to the fun. Best hyrry and get your dates, and y' all come. - LLOYD (From Pg. 3, Col. 5) mittee, helping formulate the national fiscal policy. Mark Harner, President of the Young Republicans, of WesRepublicans, asks tminster, and Democrats Ihdependents alike to attend the rally. Lloyd will give a short speech which will be followed by a question and answer period. Ken Poulsen is known for his desire and second effort. As a tailback this year, Little Poisen has rushed for over 300 yards prior to the Air Force game. Demonstrating his broken field running, Ken ran for a 55 yard TD against Western Montana. Transferring, from Sacra- mento City College, Ken was an selection there. In addition to playing football, Ken is one of the leading players on the Westminster baseball team. Majoring in physical education and minoring in English, Ken plans to coach and teach. CLARK - . (From Pg. 2, Col. 2) sitting around. We kept waiting for something to happen, read the Sunday Standard" which has about four pages of features including the Lone Ranger, Little Iodine, and Bringing Up Father in brilliant black and white. We talked about families and block projects and in the course of the morning met with each of the eight gram panchayet" presidents who or tomatoes, chilis, salt and and the cooks special pepper When this is flavorings). finished, more rice and either buttermilk or curds poured on. Again I was the last in the group to finish. I always assure them truthfully that my slowness is custom, and the food is delicious. We sat around some more, first waiting for something to happen. When told nothing would, it's over; waiting for the bus. I had an hour in Vayalpad be-f- or the hour trip to MedananpalU where I had been invited to a dinner by the Rotarians. I spoke to them at their last meeting about the Peace Corps. The dinner was the same as the earlier one except the recipe for the sambar was different, and we sat at tables with chairs. I sat crosslegged like the Indians earlier. The only trouble besides the first moments of standing is that I havent developed the lean which the Indians have so their mouth is over their plate. I keep my left hand cocked to save the clothes. are supervising the digging of the school garden C A 825 East 21st South R Student Special: Professionally cleaned and pressed sweaters and plain shirts and slacks 39c or 3 for $1 .00 D I N A L 477 So. Main St. "Home of Fine Sandwiches" Activity Card necessary Hours: Weekdays 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.