|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|
SV High Band, Chorus to give spring sonsert Highs combined choruses and bands will present their anBY nual Spring Music Concert Wednesday in the Joseph Smith Auditorium at 8 p.m. under the direction of Mr. Fred Webb (choral director) and Mr. Boyd Hunter Despite the big hand and the odd members of the BY High Concert Band and Chorus will present their final concert next Wed wide-angl- e, piith Auditorium. From left to Edmunds, George right are Shaw and Larry Curtis. (Dave Clark photo) nesday in the Ron Smith, Frank (band director). ' The Concert Chorus will present My Child Is Oh, Cast Me Not, Now What My Love, Gone, In Solemn Morning Prayer, Silence, V Fanfare and AlleUnto Thee Oh Lord, luia, To Thee, Oh Jesu, and several other numbers. The eight grade chorus will also sing. Comando March, by Barber; by Catel; Symphonie in C, trombone a Air, Londonderry Brian Hofheins, solo featuring from movement Symand one tenthe is 5 Gillis by phonie tative program for the Concert Band. Juniors rate very high in Merit test are extremely happy to reback the National Merit scores this year and to find this years Junior Class scoring even better than ever before, proudly announced Miss Donna Turley, counselor. We have Miss Turley stated, had more than our share of semifinalists over the years, but this year we had twice as many in the highest categories than ever before! We ceive Although it is too early to know which students will be semifinalists and who will receive letters of commendation, and since we will not be in session next fall when it is learned, we could make a calculated guess about what to expect. If other things remain equal to past years, we might expect Nancy Cannon and Rick Beckham to be named for letters of commendation. And David Andrews, Sharon Hunting-toTom Mildenhall, Robert Riddle, Sylvia Spears, and Rosemary Haffner to be and then possibly finalists, replied Miss Turley. This years two semifinalists Wilbur Newland and Paul Christensen, who both became finalists still dont know th of the final evaluations. They might either or both still achieve the National Merit Scholarship status. What a wonderful record to close on. Provo High will appreciate what we send them, proudly concluded Miss Turley. , n, semi-finalis- ts outcome one to four. The band performed three num-Ov- bers: Commando March, erture in C, and three movements from Divertimento, Dance, and March. Winning the contest for instrumentation, quality of literature and performance was Orem High which took two bands. So-liliqu- y, Vol. 25, No. Brigham Young High School, Provo, Uteh 84601 19 At Utah State this summer girl and four boys were chosen as BY Highs representa- tives to Boys and Girls State on the basis of scholastic record, participation in civic affairs, leadership, personality, and faculty recommendation. , Juniors Mark Ashworth, Mike Esmond, Mike Patton, and Steve Lewis were selected for in Logan BoysI State, June at Utah State University. Brent Harmon, Jeff Keith, and Robert Riddje are alternates. 5, Library names contest winners Staters announced Laraine Grow was chosen for Girls State, with Nancy Cannon and Sylvia Spears alternating. Girls State will be in session from June 25 to July 2; it will also be at Utah State. While Boys State is sponsored by the American Legion, Girls State is sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. At both of these activities, students from Utah meet and are elected to mock government posts at state, county, and community offices complete with governor, state legislature, mayors, and law courts. Actual problems will be discussed, laws will be passed, and cases will be tried before juries. Under the direction of a staff of counselors, it will function as the 51st state. Each person will hold an office, and two boys who display the most leadership will be sent to Twelve BY High students were announced winners of two contests to commemorate National Library Week, according to Miss June, Berry, librarian. Two contests were held, states Miss Berry. One was a puzzle contest. Nine students won this contest. They were Dale Monson, Gavin Anderson, Harold Black, Doug Petty, Mary Jo Cunningham, Loma Knight, Doug Thurston, Tomorrow USHAA Relay CarniTom Gunn, and Mark Sheffield. val The other contest winners were determined by how wisely they Monday Athletic Awards Banused the library and the number quet, rooms 394, 396, Wiof books they checked out. Winlkinson Center, 6:30 p.m. ners of this' contest were Cornell Thomas, Richard Sheffield and Wednesday Final music concert, .Joseph Smith Auditorium, 8 Jim, Innes. p.m. The 12 winners may come into the library and choose a book Thursday Region tennis touma- from the paperback selection for ment their prize, states Miss Berry, -Sc- hool-wide banquet, Wil1 could student enter, Any kinson Center said Miss Berry. We are proud to see that so many students use Friday Region IV Track, BYU Stadium the library facilities wisely. We will May 15 Seminary Graduation, Miss Berry added, continue to sell all the paperback h chapel, Provo books in our selection for the next 17 Closing social in Wocouple of weeks at 20 percent off. May mens Gym Everyone is encouraged to take Last issue of The Brigadier part in these great bargains. cross-numb- 3, 1968 . . . BY Girl, Boy One Friday, May er foate 9th-19t- The Cadet Band will play several Negro spirituals, Shadow of Your Smile, and excerpts from The Sound of Music. The Concert Band will present its assembly on May 14 in College Hall. Final $$$s due next week for yearbook Next week is the deadline for settling all financial obligations for the 1968 Wildcat. It is still not too late to purchase the last yearbook of BY High, according to Mr. Hal Williams, adviser. The Wildcat will contain 248 pages, including eight pages of full color, and special sections for the elementary school and of the school. The yearbook staff is tentatively planning to have the yearbook out by the end of the school year. However, the Wildcat cannot be published until the BYU Banyan is off the press; thus, there may be some conflicts with the press. Ii; the Wildcat isnt published by the end of school, it will come out a few weeks later and include eight pages of graduation and closing activities. The Wildcat will contain 16 pages signature paper. The costs book $6 and a late fee will be charged after May 10. of Boys Nation, held later in the summer. Two girls will also be sent to Girls Nation where 100 girds will set up a government of their own for one week in Wash-ingsoD.C., where they will observe the U.S. government in action. BY Concert Band n, Banquet Thursday to honor students Since the announcement was made concerning the closing of BY High, the laboratory school administration and faculty decided to do something special for the studentbody, announced Mr. Wallace Allred assistant principal. A banquet will be held next Thursday fhom 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Wilkinson Center main ball-- r room to honor the studentbody members who are currently enrolled in the secondary school. The dress is Sunday best assembly May 14 On May 14, the Concert Band will perform for the studentbody in the annual band assembly. The band will be performing several numbers for the assembly. The performance will mainly contain rather light numbers that will be enjoyable to the audience. Such numbers as Symphony 5 and a Half, The Shadow of Your Smile, Commando March, Tailgate Concerto, and Concert in C will give the audience a wide realm of enjoyable music. Ron Smith and Bryan Hofheins will be performing their solos in which they received superior ratings in the Region Four solo $late No . . . BY High is not going to the dogs! But "Tobby," belonging nightfiustodian (and students at BYU) Bob Fifield of Mesa watch dog. He walks the stairs and Aril., if a good down the halls with his master on his hinders. And he doesn't like men! HDave Clark photos) to "two-legge- d"