|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
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|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
WILDCATS, A.F., CLASH TONIGHT It DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE B. Y. Up Four More Region Wins wav region play has leen shapyig up it looks almost lertain that we will ha e a bit til ill the tourn anient this ear. Although we lost oui fust game to the American Fork fie we should tie, it them on the 11th land men our si ore up with them. F. en if we dont heat the Cavemen and still beat our other games we will take the Alpine Division set olid slot. l oi those who have any doubt m then minds alxiut our i bailees of beating Ixith P (i and A. F. it would still ! Hissible for us to lose Ixith these games and go to the tournament any wav. but ol i nurse with the team shn pmg up as it has lieen doing to the present we should lie able to keep our defeats dow n to one during the rest of the season As for the t homes of I.mioln and I ,elu beating us we have nothing to win i v about unless for some nil known leason thev get etia hot when vve emouiitei them again I he Viking-.. although seeming to have a good ball i lub. have lost three times fm tluee st.uts. Phis will give them little ilianie for representing the div isiou at the tourney m March. I ,et s keep the team rolling through the rest of the region play by showing our support bv lieuig at all of the games and letting the team know we' re behind them. I Willll, m the (mui iif siIukiI lilt for stuilriits to it ix unis iiii tssir ilissolw the I'dui itioii.il Ixnuis whuh si- base ,i dei i nniiii ted them with teai hers. ent resjiei t to the opinions of (lie de lil K j iu reijimes tli.it the should (hire the i.iuses uhuli miel them to the seier.itioii Wi hold these tl utils to lie sell e l dent, th.it .ill students aie ite.ited equal, mid the Ixing made m the same u.iv as teaiheis and i.iients. know that the are endowed w ith i ei tain inalienable lights, that among these are, dates, parts s, and the pur I hat to sei lire suit of less lessons these lights, gangs ate instituted a lining students, deiismg then u s that jxiweis iiom the student torm ol eduiatiou lie whenesei nines dest in In ol thesenleas.it is the light of the student to do nwa with it, and institute new edm ational sin h jiiiin iples and organizing its h jiowei s in sin bum. as to them shall seem most likel toefleit their geting bettei giades and sa mg out latei t j lul. , i i WHERE HAVE I HEARD THIS BEFORE Helene ( I sa a dade ( 'Holiest Mr Webb word "It s twentN CATS LOOK IMPRESSIVE BIG THINGS TO COME Cagers Should Stack I did II he Al-im- e t WHAT DID I DO alter, ? bnie Ie 'I'm getting to be a line There seems to he a modern fad loin column." Among th( high school lass and lad Kent B "Now look at it this wa Pro To make their parents rant and rave fessoi Because it ruined their permanent wave. Mis ,ee "Yes know, hut this ilnss Why did the jieroxide have to take? is important too." Mr ( hristensen "W hat is unit prob W by did the ammonia bottle break? I looked m the mirror, what do I see! loin." Oh dont let it lie me. goodness, my, Mr. W ebb "Hit that hl.Lsted K. Nila." I tut on too much to do the job Sul Won aie beautiful, really oil It came out like a big gob' looking " are Never again will I bleach my hair Mi Br.ulsford "Han't oil get it kid Ive learned my lesson. It aint fair. lent v 1' "Oil he's just goofing a round J,ie Bnllif "I disagree with your last A da nra A data statement." Peri ham a N'oi m,i A. B Wise. Out lata. Miss Wilson "I'd like to get him on A rlassa I I I a slow boat to China." uanita P. "I low dumb can being tw ins 1 A I get J w ith-ou- t quiz.a No passa Oee whi.a. The 48 State Champions, Brigham Young high scluxil, paced by their , Harold outstanding in the to hxiked are Christensen, state this year to make it a tough race for the state class "B" crown, Although the Wildcats record, 2 out of J in league play doesnt seem tixi fearsome, conditions jxiint to a conclusion which would make the high scoring Cats a team hard to trip in their remaining 4 league games. The Wildcats have shown good offensive tactics, racking up heavy scores in both their recent games following a droopy performance against American Fork, the present league leaders who are, as vet, undefeated in league play. In the tilts the Cats t of 9. trading down out pulled games with Springville, Jordan, and Granite. They seemed alternately hot and cold, and scores, as a rule were low. The games averages on points were 34 for the Wildcast and 29 for opponents. Not so with the games that count! In spite of a mediocre showing in their first game, the average scores to date are 42 for the Y high and 28 for their opponents. This has been greatly aided by 54 in foul pitching. This is considered quite a gixxl game average. At the beginning of the season, the Wildcats were outclassed by a red hot bunch of Cavemen from American Fork, in a hair raising overtime lowever the records show a sharp raise in Wildcat ability as they dumped a highly touted P. G. team Led by a classic performance on the part of Harold Christensen who turned in 24 points in 3 quarters of play. The Cats con tinued their winning streak by Considerswamping Lincoln ing this, we would favor the Cats in their second clash with A.F. February 11, on the Cavemens court by about 5 points. The Wildcats have shown outstanding capabilities in their season thus far but have a rough row to hoe to make it out of their own region. It will take heads up ball but we know that they have what it will take to come out on top. So WATCH OU T STATE center-captain- STAR OF THE MONTH For his outstanding performance on the basketball court we have select ed Harold Christensen as the Star of the month. Harold has been a big wheel in football, basketball, tennis and baseball since the ninth grade, and his ability has increased each year. This year Chris is at his high school jieak and is really showing his form by having a 17 jxiint average for three season games. He seems to have all the ability that any athlete could hope for (also all the women anyone could hope for!) larold has an athletic record that would be difficult to equal, he is tops at tennis, gixxl baseball pitch and an excellent quarterback. But basketball is where Chris really gains his state wide recognition. He was the best B class eager in the state in 48. all-stat- e 1 AS THE NINTH GRADE GOES ROLLING ALONG The Monday following the Sunday after the Saturday of the ninth grade skating party, you probably heard reminders like this: "Gee I had fun but, Oh, my aching bones1 It was really fun, even for the more lively kids who spent most of their the floor, for those who spent their time scraping others up off the floor for fear they would stumble over them and have to be scraped up also. you would Every hear a scream or a squeal above the roar of the skates, when some daring young fellow would whiz right in front of the unsuspecting girls and all but upset them. Our friend Mr. Gunn was there and thrilled everyone with his fancy footwork. Is there anything that man time cm once-in-a-whi- can't pre-seaso- n 27-2- 1 42-3- Seniors Enjoy Social The senior class jiarty was held January 22 in the one and only 250A. Donna Black and Kent Broadhead, senior sixial chairmen were in i barge of the event. Since there were only 14 girls and about 25 boys it was quite an unusual scluxil party. If Mr. Webb is wondering why the piano is slightly banged up, (more, that is) it may be because Karl Snow accidently got shoved into it while playing a nice quiet game of Steal the Hanky. My advice to Russ Fairbanks is that he shouldn't get so excited. After all Karl has a right to live tixi. The main attraction of the evening was when Jo Price and Jov W'alker had a battle to get some candy from the center of a string by placing the ends of it in their mouths and attempting to collect their Ijalf of the string without using hands. After they grappled on the floor for awhile a piece of string got caught in Jos upper plate and it was quite a struggle getting it out. After this hilarous incident, the party became slightly ouCof hand. The boys gave Mr. Young, senior adviser. quite a rough time upstairs. After all, Mr. Young, how else do you expect Don Mac. to make a living? Other students had a wild time Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John." Now you all know what the seniors do at their scluxil parties, and my advice to vou is not to follow in their paths if you want your teachers to keep their wits about them. The senior students have cooperated very well with the parties so far. Better cooperation will lead to better socials in the future. 58-2- Junior Class Holds Skating Party Roller skating at the Riverside Roller Rink was enjoyed by the Junior class, Friday, January 14. Torn Karren, Kent Lloyd, Marion Norton, Nayda Harrison, and Eddie Maloney the Junior class officers were in charge of the party. After skating the class returned to the school to dance and were served chili, crackers, and pop. do! After skating, the party went over to 250 A for chili and fixings. Those who could stand up danced. There was a portable radio present and every once in a while someone would dash up to give the score of the U of U vs. B Y U game. I was standing calmly bv the door when all of a sudden something came whizzing up the stairs and almost knocked them off their feet, and before long everyone was jumping up and down. It was finally discovered that the thing that came up the stairs was a group of excited boys who had brought news of the victory over Utah and then those by the door jumped also. The party was a big success in spite of the bruises and bumps. Ion) I tnlor and l.tm Rita (eertsen strike a pose jar the turning uction of Heidi. A girl is a dope. A dope is a drug. A drug is a prescription. Therefore, a girl is just what the prod- THEME SONGS M.unee I). low Cute Can Y ou Be?" doctor ordered. Lie. "You Are My Sunshine. To she Janice You deliber(). said, INSIDE DOPE B. "Y ou Were Only Fixilin ken' ately tripped me". Woops--tha- t isnt ( icxl made man and rested, F rank C. "1 lair of Gold, F.yes of Blue, (meetings, Gates Long time no see1 all. looking through the casualty God made woman. Like I Seems of as files that see where Jack is). Lips you, hasn't mas- Since then, neither Gixl nor man Cherry Wine. (some C. of Talk led to The Town. cold Jovie has the extreme tered slick the roads vet. though has rested. . Navda. Gixxlbve My Ixiver, much hibernation. "Tiki much hiberknovv"Perthe think -I Webb would Professor as Why you nation", say called sluff." Enjoying oxide Fail" is back in full svving-NoArmnnd. Cigareets and Whiskey Christensen is now a blonde the crisp weather, Jae Ballif. in secand Wild. Wild Women. ond childhixxl, was sliding down Y along with Kit Broadhead. And Ri n.i S. What's Wrong With Me. lull in a dish-paalong with several Gene Tuttle is one of the Half 'n Jo nine R. "What Did I Do?" Half" tyjies. other Y students. Si! W "Y.u Don't Have To Know he language. Anna Lou Miller, one of the more Jo Price came to class the other B. "Carolina Moon. Man easily depressed juniors, was busily day with her hair curly (surprise). BiT Deep Purple. and her SWEETHEART BALL thoughts quote There came a sly remark from one of writing t A. "Hills of Home." Jam: them as her loyal friends, "Which twin has Miii Wilson. lome On The Range." the Toni1" I he sn ie is fclltis thick and deep. Neilson. "Dancing In The Dark. i I he rikiils are all so slick and steep. Dm, M. "Life Gets Teejus, Dont It?" Feb. 12, at 8:30 P. M. Well, from my standpoint-nuf- fs We're had no warmth or sun since leen said. Talk about you next issue. I ynn R Cocaine Blues." B. Y. U. Social Hall fall. P.S. Seems like Mary Young is N. Black and B1 ue." Marilyn I bet u e won't see spring at all." "Harold-ina new dav- -I wonder if Rulene J. "Old Shep. Chris-edher goodnight. Paul C. Memories of France." Still Pm afraid she isnt alone. he Glen G. 12th Street Rag. students those of trudgtype tearing S. Norm A. Smoke Gets In Your Fiyes. blizing to the "North Woods" in the Dallin 0. Shine. is kiss a volume: a Some one zards and snow flurrys, people say gets $1.25 I heard Let's start a library. couple Joyce W. Old Oaken Bucket. per have educated. Never mighty is Glen, Dick and Lynne. Three L.ittle the cream such language - Frankie P. slipped Some people say a kiss Fishies. of life: is and fell (which nothing unusual) Donna B. "By The Sea." . Please pass the cream. she arose with fury in her face and---- . I . Gixxl-bye- rm DONT MISS Loud Sox Reign Over Party On Saturday, January 15, the Eugenics class played host to the Personal lygiene class at a "loud Sox dance in 250A. 1 Many fun games were played but due to the shortage of girls the dancing was absent. Prizes for the loudest sox went to boys; Armond Hawley and Henry Taylor, and girls, Jo Price, loudest; Betty Wallace, most unusual, and Ara Jean Avery, the most colorful. ! i. 1 - 1 g " I " Elroy N. Poppa, Wont You Dance W ith Me?" S. Underneath Jo Ann The Arches " Dean H. I m An Old Cow land. Glade C. The Horn Blows At Mid night. Journalism is easy, Chorus is just swell, Eugenics is tlye limit But Physics is just Plain difficult. If conceit were strength W omen would be champions. In both boxing and wrestling.