|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|
f Volume 2 CARBON COLLEGE GOLDEN EAGLE PRICE UTAH TUESDAY APRIL 4 1961 Number 4 Freshman English Poliev Revamped Humani tes Department at Carbon College under direction of rank Postman chairman has set up a new policy in the department of English for entering freshman during the 1961-6- 2 school year Currently each freshman is placel in a homogenous grouping lasis for grouping is the rating he scored on the ACT Test or on the Cooperative English Tost This policy will be continued Mr Postma states Students who score below the standard will be required to take a course in remedial English for one quarter Those who fail to reach he desired standard after one quarter's work will be required to pay a fee for further remedial instruction This plan is in line with the olicy adopted in most major colleges however many of the colleges offer no remedial classes on the regular college level and students must provide private tutors for Honor Roll Winners themselves or return to high school for additional English in- Named Quarter struction is new ruling Purpose of the Average Set o encourage students to bring hcmselves up to college standard Names of 29 Carbon College icforo entry and to use college cours- students who achieved a 375 or ime to pursue college-levDavy Darboni Ben Namatinia Hooshay Kashizadah Musakito es not remedial subjects Mr better grade point average for Kondo and Masoud Seilsopour look pleased as pretty La Rue McElprang Postma states the Winter quarter have been reStudents who fail to attain a leased by Lucille Jensen registrar explains College policies to two newcomers Ben and Hooshay sufficient standard ofter the first Honor students named include quarter may register for anf English classes they desire to help eight married women three marthem improve their English skills ried men 16 freshmen and 13 comCTredit will not be allowed in Eng- sophomores One mother-so- n lish I and n however until the bination — Merry and Val students have mastered their test — is a first on Carbon standards requirements Mr Pots-stat- College honor rolls Students earning high honors are Maxine Blake Evelyn Bower James Alger Takes Post Lynda Broadbent William A Four of the major religions of Ben and Hooshang arrived in versity and Cambridge Language James P Alger Price Carbon Coleman Marjorie Curtis Helen the world are represented in the Price last week in time to reg- School for Foreign Students in County Attorney has been appoint- Dam Marie George Cherie Greenhorizons of the cos- ister for the Spring quarter Each New York City ed assistant attorney for the gov- wood Donal dGuy Merry Carbon Ben who Is one of nine chil- ernment of Guam mopolitan College student has spent the past four months Sharon Rae Hanson body studying English at Columbia Uni- - dren is the son of a medical docMr Alger was graduated from Beula Heath Reba L Keele Newest arrivals on the campus tor in Tehran He is the first Carbon High School and attend Kondo Shirley McArthur are Ben Namatinia and Hooshang members of his family to enter an ed Carbon Ann Mathis Massman two Byron for College years Kashizadah cousins from Tehran Music Department American school He received his BA degree with Shirley Marx Marilynne Moffitt Iran Both young men will study Hooshang is the third child in a major in political science from Walda Murray Carolyn Nelson electronic engineering at the Price Sets Southern Utah a family of six His father is a the University of Southern Califor- Rose Marie Nogulich Mike college Both are members of the Tehran business man Both of the nia He is married to the former Florence Pitts Judy Sep-p- l Arizona Nev Tour Judaistic faith Geraldine Shield Margaret young students were bom in Is- Merlene Forsyth They have two Although both students had preTurcasso and Dorothy Whiting rael moving later to Iran with sons A cappella choir members fa- their parents viously been accepted at California and West Virginia colleges culty quartet members and DiDavid Darboni and Masoud Seilthey chose to come to Carbon Col- rector Frank Postma are current- sopour also from Iran are memlege in Utah after proselyting by ly involved in sifting the final bers of the Islam faith the rea fellow schoolmate Hassein plans for an early spring proselyt- ligion of the Moslems They have Amiri who entered Carbon last ing tour which will take them to spent the school year at Carbon In September Hassein returned to southern Utah Nevada and Ari- and plan to return next year DaTehran after one quarter at Car- zona in the interests of Carbon vid will journey to Tehran to Golden Eagle Chapter of Inter- Young University Utah State Unibon College spend the summer vacation with collegiate Knights Carbon College versity and Westminister each choir is rapidly his parents Masoud will remain The service club hosted the regional sponsored a girl in the contest shaping its repertoire to fit the in the US where he hopes to find convention March 18 Chapter Ronald Hales also of BYU was International News needs of the high schools to be summer employment to the post of Regional elected and problems regional problems visited is 20 well known by Navy both came in for discussion dur- Viceroy for the year 1961-6- 2 The group will travel via bus townspeople having performer Coverage Urged ing the course of the day's events on Service Bureau times is many Hatch as presiserving Larry During an evening banquet Foundation Study For Student Paper dent of the group Gary Magnu-se- n programs d at Hilton Donna pretty Masahiko Kondo came to Carvice president Beverly Kelwas University Awarded Instructor Young Brigham Theme of the National Journal- ler secretary and Olsen is bon College last September from crowned regional princess Judy She ism Conference for student editors Japan “Kondo" is well known to will receive an expense-pai- d trip Alfonso Trujillo Carbon College of college publications was na- accompanist Carbon county residents Current2 to Idaho Moscow to April Instructor has received covtional and international news ly he is conducting a class In Jap- compete in the national conven- chemistry word he has been awarded that in the college newspaper erage anese language at Carbon College Bureau Rates Praise was Saundra a National Science Foundation Runner-u- p tion Hondo's family are members o Area editors who attended the Thomas of Carbon College Grant for study at BYU for the Carbon College Talent Bureau the Buddhist faith convention last month in New Carbon Snow summer term from Chapters sucLaRue McElprang York City agreed that some of has been enjoying a highly of Utah Brigham Mr Trujillo will receive his the most eminent men in the cessful season according to Larry freshman student from Hunting-to- University Master's degree from the USU in is representative of the vas newspaper and news magazine Regis service bureau director the June graduation ceremonies business in America were speak During the first two weeks of number of Christian students who era at the meetings Every speak December approximately 600 min- attend Carbon College LaRue is er was mainly concerned with utes of programming were donat- a member of the LDS church world news affairs and the respon ed to private groups church gaCurrently she is studying busisibilitles of editors of student pub- therings clubs and other organi- ness at Carbon She plans to take lications to report that news in zations An average of two pro- her degree at the University o Annual Science Fair was held their student publications grams per week is supplied aver- Utah Saturday April 1 in the Geary hour to an Editors were told that no pub- aging from one-ha- lf Theater A1 Trujillo regional dilication is too small or too large hour or more in length Mr Regis eled the director stated rector of the eastern Utah divistates to forgo international news Friday March 24 a group trav- sion was in charge of affairs within its pages The bureau is operating on an eled to the Uintah Basin to perEntries were received from new philosophy experimental basis this being its form at Tabiona and Duchesne Purpose of the in college newspaper coverage Is first year on campus It is man- Scheduled for a later date are Price Junior High Carbon High East Carbon High Roosevelt Jun to connect the student with the aged by a central committee con Union and Uintah high schools outside world and stimulate his sistlng of Betty McArthur Reba During the basketball season the ior High and North Emery High Interest and enthusiasm in world Keele Rose Marie Nogulich Karl college drill team the Blue DebJudges of the exhibits which were Barton and Charlotte Smith affairs disployed in the foyer of was the utants part of organlza Some of the outstanding per- tion appearing at Carbon North Geary Theater were Bill Phelps formers of the group include Jim Etacty and Grand county high Dr Gail Haut Robert Ilassell Graduates To Be Listed Bownx Byron Shaw Larry Hatch schools They also performed a1 Herman Blascr Albert Spcnsco Tentative list of Carbon gradu Tom Black Diane Forsyth Mary the College of Southern Utah and and Phil Dotson ates will be posted within two Anne Pattcrick and David Dar- Dixie College Judging took place between 10 12 am Saturday Exhibition reboni and These and other students Mr Regis states that he has weeks states Lucile Jensen regwas time of ceived and names their do letters talents free of appreciation open to the public between istrar Students whose give many not appear should see Miss Jensen charge Only fee charged is for from places where talent pro- 1 and 5 pm after judging had Al Trujillo taken place mileage for long distances trav- grams have appeared Immediately she states for 375 el World Faiths Represented ©n Cosmopolitan Campus Hala-mandar- is es ever-widenin-g Hala-mandar- Ma-shi- is 14 ko Or-fana- Intercollegiate Knights Host Chapters Regional Conference Saturday d 50-voi- ce co-e- 19-2- ok Science Winners Set to Enter State cov-erag-e - A I'