|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
Page 2 YTd Cat Feb. 14, 1915 BROWSING WITH BEN -- Editorial Spotlight Parade Features Chorus Members WEVE GOT IT, NOW LET'S KEEP IT Is school spirit lacking at B. Y. U. high school? Well hardly. At least so far. Yes sir, our school can well be proud of the pep and vim we have displayed during these first league basketball games. In the opening game at Lincoln we surprised everyone, including ourselves, with all the noise we made and spirit displayed. And this fine spirit has continued with us up to the present time, and our goal is to keep it. Real school spirit is really brought out into the open however, when your team is behind and fighting to keep in the game, as has been our position at times. And our noise and spirit has still been there because you students and teachers are behind this years hoop squad to the limit, hoping for the thrills and honor of participating in the state tournament Lets not give up now with the job only half done. Cupid's Hit f Parade Chuck and Doris Here Comes the Bride Ab and Carol Ann No Other Love Geral and Rosie You Belong to My Heart Alan and Jeanene Youre Not Sick, Youre Just In Love Sammy and ""Betty Lou Beloved Be Faithful Stan and Mary Alice Ive Got My Love To Keep Me Warm" Don and Jean I Love You" Alan and Mary Lee All My Love" Bob and Margaret You Keep Coming Back Like A Song Cliff and Cosette Forever And Ever Jon and Louise Nevertheless Jim and Kathy My Darling Del and Cathy Thinking of You The Younger Set J. Paul and Dixie Tenderly Richard and Joyce Bushel and a Peck Grant and Carol Sweetharts Kay and Jill Aint Misbehaving??? Names Make News Beth not red, Beth not blue, Beth Black. Larry brave, Larry bold, Larry Knight. Annette on bird, Annette on plane, Annette Wing. Grant grind, Grant make flour, Grant Miller. inquiring reporter Question of the Week: What new improvements would "you like to see at B. Y. High? Dick Earl: Have a gun in every room to shoot the teachers when they make you mad. Joetta Billings: A new subject for debate, besides the Welfare State. Nena Flow Law: T.V. sets in every room. Sandra Beecroft: Have maids to clean out lockers. Paul Peterson: Have Root Beer in the fountain. Peggy Hall: A lounging room to sleep in, between classes. Dick Walker: Coke machines in the Education Building. Dix Davis: No teachers. Sammy Taylor: Escalators. Gary Luke: No school, period. Jean Jorgenson: More coat hooks, so you dont have to tramp around to find your own coat. Jane Nutall: Candy passed out during tests. Ronald Gibby: Punching bags in every corner of every room. David Smith: An automatic homework doer. Dedicated To Gene Speakman. Valentines Day is here at last, And Im all decked out in this cute little cast. I love the girls and they love me, But to get to them it just cant be. This crutch of mine is really neat, But I hug a girl and Im just all beat. Maybe next year at this loving time. Ill be able to walk on two legs of mine. So to all lovers wherever you are, Why dont you donate to me a car? Dick shoot, Dick bang, Dick Gunn. Darryl cold, Darryl white, Darryl Snow. Elaine McJJonald and Viva Brown v Are You My Valentine? Cupid, every year about this time, is out looking for likely victims to pierce with his arrows of love. He looks among the students, trying to pick out certain ones on which he can prey. If you have any of the same ideal qualities as the following students, beware of Cupid. Are your eyes as enchanting as Helen Bauers, Bud Losees or Ted Pack- ards? If so, youd better wear dark glasses on February 14. Can you smile like Darwin Stephenson, dress like Carol Ann Reynolds, Lynn or Lyman Hardy? Have you a figure like Betty Lou Boyd, physique like Ronald Gibby or Kent Kirby, pretty hands like Louise Blackham or Bob Smith, or do you have a personality that resembles Arnolene Snows, Fred Carlsons and Jerry Weight? Is your hair anything like Cosette Jacobsons or Dee Wilcoxs, or have you a disposition like Letty Lou Lant and Jess Taylor? If you answer yes to any these questions, watch out, theres someone looking for you. Can you top Jean Anderson and Gene Speakman for being ambitious? Are you as full of pep and as athletic as Kathleen Elliott and David Kimball or do you have an I. Q. like Joanne Dial, Sharon Berrett, Wester Potter and Lynn Staheli? Are your lips shaped like Ruth Brimhalls, or your legs like Gladie Nixons and Jim Dun-fordHave you maners such as Mrs. Caines and Darrell Bush-nells- ; is your skin as nice as Darla Hunts, Mary Louise Clarks or Russell Perrys? Are you as loveable as Mary Mitchell or Frank Canfield, as kissable as Nancy Rawson or Ab Christensen or as much fun as Joetta Billings or Jerald Kindred? If you are still saying yes to these questions when February 14 rolls around and Cupid hasnt stuck you, you had better keep waiting until spring arrives. Thats when a boy and girls fancy turns. s. 4 The February Spotlight focuses on Elaine McDonald, senior and Viva Brown, junior, from the B.Y. High chorus. The chorus members from the two sections were asked to make suggestions of members they considered to be outstanding. Using these as" a basis Elaine and Viva were selected. Elaine has been a member of the chorus for two years. She will be remembered for her small ensemble work at the Christmas Concert. Elaine is one of the main stays of the altov section. Besides her chorus activity she is a member of Thespian and Fauvine Clubs. She likes to watch basketball gamesj, participate in plays, and she enjoys dancing. Viva is a new student this year from Lincoln High. Though this is her first year in the chorus she has made a great com tribution to it. She is the accom- panist for the afternoon section--o- f the chorus, she also playefr for the Christmas concert. In her spare time she enjoys doing, all kinds of handiwork, like knit- ting and embroidery work. Viva is known for her position as the president of the Shorthand club.H Her favorite color is blue and she is always saying grief which A is her favorite expression. Jack and the Beanstock Scheduled for Feb. 22 Jack and the Beanstock, a play under the direction of Geral Wilde, will go into pro-duction at noon, February 22, in 115E. This play is a special part of the noon time activities of the junior high and features a cast of 7th, 9th, and 10th graders. In order of appearance the cast includes: Joe Bri Nelson (7) playing Jack, Dprothy Dar bro (9) as the mother of Jack, Gary Luke (10) the farmer, Joyce Gibby (9) portrays the wife of the giant. Jack Clark (9) is three-ac- t th-gian- An evening performance for Thespian Night will be given at 7:30 p.m. The public is in vited free of charge. B.Y. LINES ... Editor Ben Haws News Editor Barbara Saxton Feature Editor Rosalie Hall Society Editor Kathy Redd Sports Editor Sterling Loveland Business Mgr. Jerald Kindred Russell Perry Photographer June Berry Faculty Advisor Reporters: Lee Black, Jeanen Brown, Cathy Oollard, Jean Cox, Margaret Hayward, Gene Morris, Arnolene Snow, Dick Weaver. Barbara Kay Wolsey. THE YLDCAT, student publication of B. Y. High School. Published by the B. Y. U. Press, at. Provo, Utah. . . . . . . t.