|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
I Westminster Page Three Tuesday, February 28, 1967 PARSON Pour Volunteer Sfudenfe Help Disturbed Children f Collett Exhibits j Human Torso In Lounge Show f X? 1 , 'K7 disturbed children this year under the direction of the Granite School District Psychology department. The four volunteers are Gary Lese, Ann Wheeler, George and Carol Gow. Mr. Lese and Mr. Ligeros are both psy- Four Westminster College students have been working as volun- teer counselors with emotionally 1 A1 0 ' display and most of his work is centered around the human torso. These paintings show individual contemporary technique. Upon graduation Sam plans to work for his degree at the University of Utah. The exhibit in the lounge will be presented as a part of his application to graduate school. Eventually Sam hopes his talents become a future profession. r- g , f r; if. r,i j r 'V A The above picture is only one example the art of Sam Collett now beinq exhibited in the Student of Ansi U.M. Can it be that we really have that many people devoted to a cause? Willing to spill blood for cookies and punch? The turnout was good. At last count we had over 120 pints. We blood bar had the this side of the Red Cross. And it seemed to be a status symbol to walk around with a white face and a yellow patch on your arm. It was fun. To watch people who had never given before was pa- -, thetic. Big eyes and pallid faces predominated. It's pretty hard to squeeze blood out of cold hands. Lounge. best-stock- ed Drive faster, hiding your veins from the nurse, holding your breath to speed up your heart. But some people take it seriously. They are the ones who gingerly step down from the cot and tenderly feel their way along the waU and the tables until they reach a chair. They were the ones Or to puncture guitar callouses. Or to talk with that silly piece of glass poking at the tender skin under your tongue. You learn more about people when theyre giving blood than you do from a whole year of classroom contact. You learn that boys are bigger babies than girls. You learn that if you can walk around from table to table and act weak that you can sure store up a lot of .orange juice and ' goodies. Some people have a lot of fun; racing to see who fills his bottle , S?S:W:x::x Painter would like everyone to know she has some new Hart Skis. Way to Becky, thats really neat. 2. Was it true John Mannos 1. Becky was knocked out while trying to win the fair young maiden, only to have Dave Sharp trip off with the spoils? 3. From a very good source, it has come to my attention that John Williams has a business interest down on 2nd South. He would like all able males to patronize his business. 4. Is it true Jean Pickeral is an animal, or does he just look like one? 5. Word has it that Gary Lindsay is bound for fame and stardom in the world of modern dance. 6. Hats off to Darryl Hunger, who was chosen for a new film production. Elephant Stomp. 7. Is it true about George Woodhead and Earle Norris fighting bitterly over who reaUy owns the lounge chair? 8. Tim Schomburg has the only coUection of red socks in the school. 9. Marilyn Pierson has been spotted hiding behind the Parson newspaper trying to keep herself out of any Letters to the Editor disputes. 10. Attention, Kitty Browns engagement has been called off. Shes fair game to one and all. who wanted to see the needle go in. They are also the ones who need to lie down for awhile. Maybe they are. the ones who faint. One Yep, I fainted last boy said: year, too. But this time I al- most made it out. It must be sort of a challenge to him. For whatever reason you give blood, you give a lot. The boys gave up their lounge to that terrible medicinal smell and all those gray ladies invaded their privacy. Many of the students gave their time to help the nurses whole with busy work. And bunches of people gave of their own pink fluids. Apparently they need encouragement. According to the nurse, groups were the rule. They came together, kidded around, gave blood and left. It was nearly like a party. There was even Sinatra in the background. Remley, Ruth Pitts and George Y amamoto, Ann Hatch and Rick Taylor and our popular young cheerleader, Connie Damron, and her handsome quarterback, Bob Sparrow. There are no chaperones for the Pit except occasional visitations from parents, the local mens clubs and the dorm mother, Mrs. Haltraeyer, who has been known to peek in on rare occasions. They soon leave from embarrassment for the P.D.A. public display of affection) that Kathy 5 The forensic group, sponsored by Mr. Lees and Mr. Tedd, participated at Regis College, Denver, receiving excellent records and new insight to the debate topic: Resolved: The United States Government should substantially educe its foreign policy com-..littme- nts. year. Forensics is not limited to debate, but includes oral interlegislative form, pretation, dramatic and manuscript reading. Future events are scheduled with University of Utah and University of Montana in Missoula. Anyone interested can contact Mr. Lees or Mr. Tedd. HELP WANTED WOMEN 355-75- 85 for Nationwide Recognition Pullman, Wash, based on returns from 315 member institutions of the American College Health Association, revealed that nearly half the nations college health services (45 per cent) now will prescribe contraceptive pills, but only one in 25 will do so for single women who do not intend to marry in the near future. Returns of the national survey, -(I- .P.)-Findings, seems to be without limitations. Actually P.D.A, as outlined in the dorm handbook is definitely not allowed, and the couple participating in such conduct should be asked to leave on first warning. It is not enforced for who can enforce it? Although Mrs. Haltmeyer is not sitting on the couch peeking from behind a newspaper it is not her responsibility to do so. It is up to the individual to stop this rash 6-7- On Friday, March' 10; Sigma Pi Alpha will hold its annual initiation-banquThe initiation itself will begin at 6 p.m. in Ferry Hall Lounge. Eligible for initiation are; Nancy Calvert, Bettye Hunter, Madeline Merrill, Joy Voita and Frederick Riser from the Spanish Sally . Graham, department; James Haig, Carol Ann MueUer, and Sonja Bohland in German; and Peggy Griffin, Joan Butcher, Judy Iwamoto, Gail Miller, Marilyn Heald, Robert Barber, Elaine Johnson, Amy Trimble, Linda McKee, Norma Bartschi, Ingrid Zwan and Dorothy Terry in et. The Campfire Girls Program is being expanded into new areas. Young girls from 7 to 11 years will have the opportunity to participate at Neighborhood House, Primary Childrens Hospital and the Community Action Centers. Volunteers to serve as leaders or assistant leaders are needed immediately. The most important qualification is to be interested in girls. Three hours a week of your time will insure the development of the individual girl. Call the Volunteer bureau at additional information. . chology majors while Miss Gow and Miss Wheeler are majoring in Elementary Education. The four volunteers working under Mrs. Harmon, have a resident psychologist for the Granite District, have found the project both interesting and highly rewarding. The children, from elementary schools and poor homes, have had a hard time adjusting to their school society, and they needed someone to talk with about their problems. In short, they needed a friend. According to Mrs. Geigle, supervisor of the program, the idea of student volunteers has proven highly successful. We are expanding, she said, but we need more help, especially men. It only takes an hour every week, and the help It provides to these disturbed children is amazing. They have heard about our program in Washington, she added, and we recently had a group of educators from that area visit us. They were highly impressed. Any other Westminster students interested in doing this type of work are urged to call Mrs. Geigle at HU Signa Pi Initiation Friday Contraceptive Pills Gain P.D.A. Looking Hot At The Favorite 'Pit Marimon Lounge serves students, guests of Hogle Hall, and visitors on the campus. It is also a popular gathering place for couples after meals and before dorm hours. Since the Ravine is too cold and since it takes too much gas to run car heaters, Marimon, The Pit, serves as winter quarters for couples on campus. Among the couples seen migrating to this tasty Pit of HI Repute are Joel Hall and Terry Greenhood, Tom Dawson and Li-ge- ros The debators also gained honors in competition at Utah State. John Henry, Norman Long, Kathleen Dunn, Bill Fenton, Ann McEntire, Norma Lewis, and Linda McKee have been active in the forensic activities during the SMsnts Give 120 Pints in Forensic Group Have Records On Debates piled early last year by Dr. Ralph M. Buttermore, director of the Student Health Service at Washington State University, showed; 174 (55) do not prescribe contraceptive pills; 77 (26) prescribe only to married women students; 23 ( prescribe only for medical purposes; 28 ( will prescribe for a single woman who intends to take a exam or show other intent to marry in the near future; 13 ( will prescribe for single, unmarried women; and Twelve of the latter group will prescribe for women under 21. No individual institutions were identified by Dr. Buttermore. Most institutions which would not prescribe the pill said this was not an appropriate function of a college health service, but careful required continued, 7) 8) pre-mari- tal 4) supervision by a personal physician, Dr. Buttermore reported. French. Following the initiation cerea banquet at Beau Brummels at 7:30 p.m.withMiss DeYoung speaking on her experiences in Germany as a Fulbright scholar. The cost will be $3.75 mony will be per person. Transportation will be provided from Ferry Hall. All acceptances from initiates and reservations for the banquet should be given to Miss DeYoung, Dr. Paar or Dr. Yancey no later than March 6. All current members of Sigma Pi are urged to attend. Others thought prescribing the pill would express (tacit) approval for premarital relations, implying that colleges accept a responsibility that does not properly belong to it and runs counter to the great majority of parents.. Those health services prescribing contraceptive pills felt they should be treated the same as any other drug. Most prescribed for unmarried women in conjunction with a premarital examination. Some indicated that parental approval was required for unmarried minors, even when the prescription was made solely for medical reasons. Only 19 institutions had written policies covering conti aceptives. Among 43 health ser dees with 4, CoL 1) (See Contraceptives, P.