Page Fid Cat 2 Friday, May 3, 1963 crp g exOnce again, the citement of the Studentbody Elections has come to B.Y. High. Monday, April 21, Primary elections were held following the campaign assembly. Candidates included President, Doug Young and Kim Cameron; First Carol Ann FrischGina Grow, and Rand knecht, Second Packer; David Whetten, Greg Christensen and Mike Bullock; Secretary, Kristi Taylor, Sue Ann ElThe Studentbody First sliall: Preside in case of liott, and Kay Reeder; Historian, absence of the President, and Lark Gilbert, Susan Fuhriman, Susan Peterson, Susan Edmunds, be m charge of all assemblies. and Greg Vernon; Business ManCarol Ann Frischknecht, Gold ager, Darrell Danielson, Craig Christensen, and Richard Call; party candidate for First Head Cheerleader, Mary Ann is a transfer student Susan from Manti High School. Carol Free, Kris Johnson, and Jacobsen. Ann has a fine record of leaderPrimary elections, ship and service. She was 8th theFollowing were divided up into winners Grade class President and Stu- two Gold and the the parties, dentbody President of Ephraim Gray. On the Gold ticket are Junior High, having the responPresident, Doug Young; 1st sibility of all assemblies presentCarol Ann Frischhair-raisin- Vice-Preside- Vice-Preside- Tin Studentbody President sliall: Preside ovei the School Coun cil, and he the official student iepiesentative of the school Numerous leadership positions! qualify Doug Young as the Gold Party candidate for President Doug, who is presently the Junior Class President, has a background of responsible school positions, among them: Sophomore Class Vice President, 8th grade President and 7th grade student council representative. For the past three years, Doug has been active in football, and has won track and field honors. The church has recognized his achievement by choosing him the Outstanding Boy in his ward. In his student address, Doug summarized his ideas about a presidents responsibilities when he said, I'll work my heart out for you and for the betterment of this school. Those who are associated with him know that Doug has already worked for the betterment of the school. As Studentbody President Vice-Preside- nt Vice-Presiden- t, Vice-Presiden- ed there. In her first year at B.Y. High, Carol Ann has demonstarted her leadership qualities. She has been an active member of F.H.A., was chosen to attend Girls State and is a page editor for the Yld Cat. She is a member of the Chorus and an outstanding pianist. She is known for her pleasing smile and her sense of humor. If elected, Carol Ann plans to work for traveling assemblies, more lyceum or cultural assemblies, better student participation and an increase in student respect for performers. Doug feels he can do even more Rand Packer, the Gray Party to benefit the present and future candidate for First students of B.Y. High. has shown his leadership as Class President last Sophomore Presidential candidate for the as Honor Society and year, Gray party is Kim Cameron. Kim this year. Rand plays came to B.Y. High from Logan football and his desire expressed stuwhere he was very active in to B.Y. High take state in all see He was 7th Vice-Preside- Vice-Preside- dent government. grade President, Jr. High Studentbody President and as a Sophomore was a member of Boys League. This year, Kim has served as Junior Class Vice President and a homeroom representative. He has been active in several sports and is a member of the Band and the Chorus. He received an excellent rating in Legislative Forum at the State Forensics Tournament. Kims goal as president would be more student participation in all student activities. He feels that students should have an active part in all phases of school life. He feels that B.Y. High students should be allowed to attend more BYU devotionals and have more lyceum assemblies. three major sports. Pertaining to his job, Rand would like to have the assemblies keep improving. He also stated that more cultural assemblies would be a good thing for the school. The Studentbody Second shall: Schedule all cial activities. Vice-Preside- nt so- Running for Second on the Gray Party is David Whetten who has held several responsible leadership positions and has participated in numerous school activities. For the past year he has served as Seminary President and in connection with this he was chosen chairman of the Region 7 Seminary Social early last fall. Vice-Preside- nt Mike knecht; 2nd Bullock; Secretary, Kay Reeder; Business Manager, Richard Call; Historian, Susan Peterson; and efficient, punctual, studious, and Head Cheerleader, Mary Ann has a great desire to do someFree.Making up the Gray Party thing for B.Y. High. are President, Kim Cameron; 1st When asked the question, If Rand Packer; 2nd you were given a chance to David Whetten; change something at B.Y. High, Secretary, Sue Ann Elliott; Busi- what would you do?, she ansness Manager, Darrell Danielson ; wered, I would make opportuniHistorian, Greg Vernon; and ties for unspotlighted students. Head Cheerleader, Susan Jacobsen. Secretary candidate Sue Ann The parties set up their cam- Elliott has a long 'string of school paign material Tuesday after- service accomplishments. She has noon, April 30. Wednesday and been 7th grade Social ChairThursday at noon both parties man, 8th grade Secretary, sophoput on skits to further their cam- more class Social Chairman. paign. Today campaigning offiThis year she has served as cially ends after the assembly. secretary of the Band, and has been a member of the Chorus. In forensics David and his de- During the football and basketbate partner, Les Brown, went ball seasons she was a cheerundefeated in the State Forensics leader. Meet. Participation in basketball Sue Ann would like to see more and tennis are among his other of the students views taken into activities. consideration and would like to A year as Social Chairman of strive for a more informed stuthe 9th grade and a year as dentbody. Sophomore Class Social Chairman have given him experience The Studentbody Business Manin planning activities of the type ager shall: Assist in planning which will be his responsibility if school activity budget, prepare elected. monthly statements of all exDavid states that he would like penditures by departments, and to see more activities between the act as treasurer of all club and classes such as Junior-Senio- r and school activity. Vice-Preside- Vice-Presiden- t, left to right, back row: Carol Ann Frischknecht, Mary Helen Grimmett, Richard Call, Leslie Woolf, Mary Ann Free; front row: Mike Bullock, Susan Peterson, Kay Reeder, Doug Young. Absent when picture was taken: Marilyn McKinnon. Party Candidates She lists music, drama, water-skiinand boys as her hobbies. If elected to this office Susan pledges to keep an record of all school activities. g up-to-da- te Vice-Preside- Sophomore-9t- h Grade parties. Striving for more dances, especially Victory Dances, and better support by the students is Mike Bullock, candidate for Second on the Gold Party. Mike is a sportsminded sophomore whose talents can be seen at the baseball and basketball games. He was one of the two on the State B sophomores Championship team this year. He received leadership experience as of B.Y. Jr. High and also as a homeroom representative on the Student Council last year. Mike expresses his appreciation to those who have supported him so far and promises to do his best if he is elected to office. Vice-Preside- Vice-Preside- Gold t, Gray Party Candidates left to right, back row: Rand Packer, Kim Cameron, Darrel Danielson, David Whetten; front row: Colleen Kimball, Susan Jacobsen, Linda Craft, Sue Ann Elliott, Carol John. Absent when picture was taken: Greg Vernon. nt nt Darrel Danielson, candidate for Business Manager, is well qualified for this position. A member of the Honor Society, Darrel has shown his abilities in all his subjects. In the past he has been a representative to the youth conference and has observed several student governments during this period. He urges better thrift for the schools earnings and direct records of all money spent. Richard Call, who is running for business manager, has many qualifications. Richard has attended B.Y. High since his ninth grade year. He is very active in church and a member of the Let-terman- s Club. He plays football and received a Superior in Extemporaneous speaking at the The Studentbody Secretary shall: Region Speech meet. When asked W hat change the Keep and file minutes and rec- wouldquestion, at B.Y. High?, make you ords of School Council meetRichard that there proposed ings, and take care of corres- should be more control in rigid pondence pertaining to School the carrels and more studentbody Council participation in school activities. The Gold Party has Kay Reeder as its Secretarial candidate. The Studentbody Historian shall: Obtain and properly file and Kay is a junior this year and record all published materials to a do promises bang up job and activities pertaining to the next year if she is elected. Her Brigham Young High School. goal will be to take adequate for the office of HistorVying minutes and follow instructions. Kay enjoys sewing, piano playing and reading in her spare ian on the Gold party is Susan time. This year she is F.H.A. Peterson. Susan has been active Secretary and a member of the in F.H.A. and was a Junior VarHonor Society. She is responsible, sity Cheerleader. Gray Party candidate for Historian is Sophomore Class President, Greg Vernon. Along with his experience as class president his leadership qualifications include three years on the Student Council at Lincoln Jr. High School in Orem. Greg is an honor roll student who is also a sports enthusiast. In accordance with the new constitutional amendment which widens the Historians duties to include publicity, Greg expresses a desire to see the radio used as a means of putting B.Y. High before the public. He would also like to widen the scope of mate- rial compiled by the Historian. Gregs final campaign pledge is free smicklesickles for all! The Studentbody Head Cheerleader shall: Work with the 1st in planning pep Vice-Preside- nt assemblies, and lead all cheering and singing at games and pep rallies, with other elected cheerleaders. In the running for Head Cheerleader is Mary Ann Free. Mary Ann has attended B.Y. High since seventh grade with the exception of ninth grade. This year she has been a member of the Concert Chorus and of Thespians. A strong supporter of school functions, Mary Ann would like to see more students come out to all of the activities such as dances, concerts and other sports, not just basketball and football. One of her desires is to see the students of B.Y. High become organized into a unified group. She to expresses her willingness serve the school as Head Cheerleader and would like to be given the opportunity to serve. Head Cheerleader candidate for the Gray Party is Susan Jacobsen. In eighth grade she was Girls Social Chairman and last year was President of the 9th grade class. During this past year she has been a member of the school twirling group and majorette of the Marching Band. Susans main qualification for the office of Head Cheerleader is her experience as Head J.V. Cheerleader. When asked what she would do if elected she said, If elected I will work to boost school spirit. I will try hard to get more participation at the games and other school activities.