|Paper||Utah State University Eastern Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Utah State University Eastern Student Newspapers|
THE WEEKLY CARBONICLE Page Four Snow Meet Ratings (Continued from Page One) and impersonation Snow College the host school had 30 entrants Carbon was second with 19 Other schools represented were Branch Agricultural College 13 Dixie eight U of U lower division eight Weber five and U S A C lower division five The Carbon delegation was accompanied by Mr J N Washburn coach and advisor Mr Aaron A Roylance speech instructor did not make the trip because of the press of other activities The trip was made in the college bus with Bert Funk as driver The students paid their own expenses Final reports from judges’ rating sheets were as follows: DEBATE Fair to excellent Fausett Grant Fair to superior James Roberts Good to excellent John Jones Fair to excellent v'Boyd Fjelsted Excellent James Taylor Excellent Tom Bithell ORATORY Excellent Merlenc Forsyth Excellent Alene Nielsen Good Juanita Rowley AFTER-DINNE- R SPEAKING JdeVlene Forsyth Good to excellent INTERPRETATION Phyllis Duke Good to excellent Alene Nielsen Excellent to superior Neil Warren Excellent to superior IMPERSONATION Jeannine Clark 'Good to excellent Excellent Alene Nielsen RETOLD STORY Good Jeannine Clark to Excellent superior Jolene Bryner BOOK REVIEW Grace ForsythGood to excellent IMPROMPTU SPEAKING Good to excellent Tom Bithell Excellent John Jones James RobcrtsFair to excellent Fair to good Boyd Fjelsted NEWSCASTING RADIO Hlert Dart Good to superior Good Nielsen Good ""Neil Warren IS 1 S S Friday February 4 1949 College Drops Pair Carbon Pins Uintah Carbon College Eagles dropped February 2 two league tilts last Friday and at 8 o'clock the Carbon boxers Saturday to Snow College 55-and wrestlers went to town and and to Westminster 41-snowed under their Uintah opFriday’s game played before a ponents Carbon Snow Carnival crowd saw The results of the matches are both teams play heads up ball as follows: 95 Don Rowley won with Snow maintaining an early over Glen Billings by a pin fall lead throughout 128 Lewis Crocco won over Mon Tom Steele Carbon center and Colton by pin fall 140 Grant Allred Snow forward the Turner lost to Buddy Jacobsen scoring honors with 20split points by pin fall 140 Bobbie Thomas apiece won over Max Haws by pin fall Saturday the Eagles traveled to 150 Gean Plaga won over Nolan Salt Lake where they dropped a Mackey by pin fall 155 Happy close one to the Westminster ParRay Plaga won over Jack Smith sons 41-Carbon's scoring maby pin fall 177 Harold Cunning- chine was damaged when Tom ham won over Pete Moore by pin Steele league leading scorer was fall The team scores were Carejected on fouls with three minbon 30 Uintah 5 utes left in the first half Atwood The boxing scores were 114 led scorers with 10 and Leon Neilson and Ted Hatch turned in his usual points fine floor draw 118 Joe Atencio won over game The Eagles will be pointEarl Slaugh by decision 130 Max ing for their first league against Woodhead and Duane Slaugh B A C Broncoe Friday night in draw 135 Henry Washington the gym college won over Ronald Bair by decision 138 Horace Hunt won over THAT URGE TO KILL Don Mortenson by decision 140 It seems that the lady of the Jimmy Scarcelli won over Wade Stewart by decision Gene Moss-m- house was entertaining her bridge won over Glen Kurtz by de- club when she heard the sound cision 145 Edward Olsen won of footsteps in the upper halls over Raymond Cudnell by deci- She turned to her guests and said sion Raul Franco won over Dal- "Listen my children are going to las Jacobson 155 by decision say their nightly prayers and it Team scores Carbon 21 Nintah 0 gives me a great feeling of revCarbon High School matmen erences to listen to them” The will entertain Grand Junction house was very quiet for a few High School at Carbon Friday and moments and then a small voice Saturday February 4 and 5 Mon- spoke up and said “Mama Willie day February 7 Carbon’s boxing found a bed bug" and wrestling teams travel to MIDNIGHT MELODRAMA Uintah On February 9 they travel to Spanish Fork "Are the hot wires ready?” Yes master red hot" BASKETBALL RESULTS “Is the oil boiling?" Last Wednesday 40 38 38 Speech Department to Sponsor Deep River Singers (Continued from Page One) sical balance musically exact and conveying a richness of characteristic folk expression The Deep River Singers enjoy repainting these pictures from time to time as a part of their program which also includes semiand the ever classics ballads popular Negro spirituals which are in great demand It is said this company is probably the greatest exponent of any company on the American platform It is their desire to give the audiences programs which help promote good will between all mankind The program of the Deep River Singers is divided into three parts: the old plantation songs swing music and the more modern classics The ever popular Negro sprituals are a favorite part of the program In addition a presentation is made from scenes of “Porgie and Bess" ANCIENT HISTORY an Pleasant Grove’s Vikings defeated the Carbon Dinosaurs Friday night January 28 by a score of 45-Both teams played good ball and neither team could gain a safe lead until the final period The first half ended with Pleasant Grove leading 16-The Vikings still led at the end of the third quarter 28-and sink to in the last hot got quarter 17 points and win the game 45-MEMORIZED POETRY Fair to good David Fausett Griffith was high point man Fair to good with 14 points and Hall was outJolene Bryner Fair to superior standing for Pleasant Grove with Bertha Brady 11 EXTEMPORE POETRY to Fair Clark Carbon meets Grand Junction good Jeannine to excellent two games to be played this in Fnir Bertha Brady Fair Friday and Saturday on the home Jolene Bryner floor EXTEMPORE SPEAKING David Fausett Good to excellent Freshman: What kind of ears Merlene Forsyth Good to excellent do engines have? PANEL DISCUSSION Sophomore: I don't know what Fair to good kind do they have? Vauna Heaton Freshman: Engineers Conrad Nelson Good to excellent 34 15 24 34 j By Ardith Catlin I went to history class today I sat and dreamed the hour away I dreamed of meadows and of fields Of ladies fair and knights with shields slw King Arthur's court and knights Some archers bold and a few I sword-figh- ts There were dragons killed and witches drowned And one young knight shot a hawk to the ground Abruptly a question broke into my dreams “Is the victim tied securely?” "What do you know about Cae“Yes master she can't move” sar’s schemes?" “Okay then give her the two The teacher was tempted to send dollar permanent" me home Our lesson had been about ancient Mrs Jones: I was down in the Rome dumps this afternoon so I bought myself a new hat BOYS' INTRAMURAL Dr Jones: I wondered where you picked a thing like that Washburn 22 Bithell 18 Cowley 15 Larsen 10 Soph: What’s the idea of wearWashburn 21 Axelgard 12 ing my raincoat Washburn’s and Cowley’s home Frosh: Why I didn't think you’d want your new suit to get rooms play for "B" series honors and today at noon Axelgard's all wet Larsen's home rooms will play Mother: “You’re not afraid to for third and fourth places Mongo to the hospital— that’s a good day February 7 A Round Robin Tournament little boy” I ’em between the Junior Senior Boy: "But ain't gonna let palm off a baby on me like they Freshman and Sophomore classes will be held directly after the did you— I want a puppy!” “B" series ends It must be really getting cold It's rumored that Bert can't even Advice is something that is start his bicycle in the mornings often given but seldom used "Yes master searing"