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|Paper||Southern Utah University Student Newspapers|
Page 12 The Thunderbird Monday , October 10, 1 983 ( Sidelines X BY PAUL HUSSELBEE Notice: Student Needed to Chair Publications Council On September 10, 1983, the SUSC Institutional Council passed new publication bylaws which, among other things, provide for a newly constituted Publications Council for the campus. For the first time, a student will chair the council, which will include three other students and three facility or staff members. The first item of business in order to establish the board is the selection of a chairman. The chairman must be a full time student with an interest in the student newspaper and the student literary magazine, but may not be a current member of the staffs of either publication nor a member of the ASSUSC Senate or Executive Council. The primary duties of the council under the chairman are to select the editors of these publications, review and approve the annual budget request and to hear any complaints relating to these members. All students interested in the position of chairman may pick up an application form from the Student Activities Office. Deadline for receipt of the application is 5 pjn. Friday, October 14. FINEST CAHCN and CE CFSEAM Welcome Back Students . Sandwiches Homemade Soup Ice Cream Candy e - r y 4 v Steve Young in an SUSC uniform? Perhaps the fact that he was a direct descendent of Brigham Young had something to do with Steve Youngs decision to play collegiate football at BYU. Perhaps he went there to continue the great Cougar passing tradition started by Gifford Nielson and carried over the years by Marc Wilson and Jim McMahon. Perhaps Young went to BYU because his folks asked him to, or perhaps it was because he wanted to live in the heart of Mormondom after years in Connecticut. Those are all speculations, of course, but lets suppose for a moment that Steve Young is a selfish young man whos looking out for number one. Under those circumstances, why would he choose BYU over so many other schools? Consider this: The Cougar Club, BYUs booster organization, raised over $10 million for the athletic program last year. Are you beginning to see the light? A player with Steve Youngs talents naturally wants to play ball where he will be fairly compensated, where he will enjoy the benefit of a class facility and equipment. So what does all this have to do with SUSC, you ask? Well, when was the last time you saw a Steve Young in a Thunderbird uniform? Chances are you have never seen one. e Thats because SUSC cant promise scholarships like BYU can. The Thunderbirds are members of an athletic conference that prohibits such scholarships. Thats really just a poor excuse for the truth. The truth is that SUSC cant make such offers because no one cares athletic program to make the kind of enough about the donations they make to BYU. If SUSC had more money, we could pull out of the RMAC conference where and join a California-base- d are top-flig- full-rid- full-rid- legal. Southern Utahns gave three times as much money to northern Utah college athletic departments last year than they gave to SUSC. Those same people who snub our programs, however, certainly benefit from the presence of SUSC in southern Utah. If we would really like to see a Steve Young throwing the ball for SUSC one day, perhaps we will remember our alma mater when we graduate, lending our support through time and financial aid. Since 1947 University of Utah s special touring production Knee forces Lyles out for season Prospects for the Southern Utah State College basketball Sophocles ( n I ntiflono October 14, 1983 8:00 p.m. SUSC Mainstage Reserved tickets now on sale at Campus Box Office. Box Office hours: 1-- 5 p.m. Monday-Frida- y 586-787- 6 team took a considerable drop this week when center Ken Lyles reinjured his knee. center from Las Lyles, a Vegas, Nev., will not be back this year, said SUSC Coach Bob Schermerhorn. After starring for two seasons at Dixie College, Lyles went on to play for the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. However, "a knee injury ended his major college career, and Lyles opted 6-- 9 Hoopsters to meet media Thursday Prospective members of this SUSC students $2.00 with I.D. for this classic Greek drama made possible by Theatre English Department & Dance Department, the Utah Rural & Arts Consortium. to play for SUSC at the close of last year. Schermerhorn said Lyles was number one the prospect at center. He reinjured the knee during a pick up game, and there is no way he will be able to play on it this season, Schermerhorn said. With the loss of Lyles, the Thunderbirds, defending Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference champions, will field a relatively small team, at least until 0 center Bob Evans becomes eligible in early January. years Southern Utah State College mens basketball squad will be available Thursday for interviews and pictures in a . special press day, SUSC Sports Information Director Jim Robinson said. practice will begin the following day, Coach Bob Schermerhorn said. Press day activities will begin at 3:30 p.m. on the arena floor in the War Memorial Fieldhouse, Robinson said. Spectators will be welcome but will be asked to refrain from hindering news media personnel, he added. The Thunderbirds are the defending Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference champions, and compiled a 19-- 9 record a year ago.