Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 17, 1969 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 17, 1969
Page 10
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10 NMthwMl Arkamm 1M«S, Ihiw, April IT, 1H» »*Y«TT«VIU.l, Debate Squad Goes To Little Rock The FayeUcville High School Debate Squad participated in the McClellan High s p e e c li and Debate Tournament in IJt- lile Rock last week. Joe I'ogdell top i n d i v i- dtial honors for the team and first place in original oratory and went into the finals of extemporaneous speaking. Tina 1. · w i s took a second place trophy f o r extemporaneous speaking and Becky Carson and Randall Oxford advanced to the finals in poetry and prose reading. In the debate division Marilyn Scroggs and Bob Haley were selected as third place winners. Fayetteville's other debate team was composed of Steven Spencer and John Alexander. The debaters compiled d 7-2 record. Miss Patty Howe, assistant speech director, accompanied the students and will travel with them to Little Rock this Friday to compete in the Litile Rock Hall Speech and Debate Tournament. TO SING FOR THE LIONS .. . The FHS Chorakttcs will be one of time tinging groups providing rnlerlainment at the Slsl Arkansas Lions Convention. Dies At 108 OAKLAND. Calif. (API -Nellie Eliza Robertson, who remarried at 67 and again at 79, is dead at 108. Although she was a parent only once her death Mon day leaves 12 great-great-grandchildren and 10 great-great great-grandchildren. JERI LAND SHARON LEE FARRELL LESLIE ANN COOK Three More Girls Seek Poultry Princess Title SPRINGDALE -- Three more girls have entered the Northwest Arkansas Poultry Princess Pageant, bringing the total to date to seven. New contestants arc Jcri Land. Sharon Let- Farrell and Plan To Wed HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Meredith MacRae. 24-year old daughter of Gordon and Sheiln MacRae. and actor Greg Mullavey. 28. plan to marry Sunday. The couple, who met at an actors' workshop 18 months ago, will honeymoon in Hawaii. Leslie Ann Cook. | A University of Arkansas] junior majoring in anthropology, Miss Land is from the Canal Zone and is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Miss Farrell. a UA junior marketing major is from Little Rock and a member of Alph Delta Pi sorority. University home economics senior. Miss Cook, is from Dell and a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. Four district winners will be chosen on May 10 and will represent the Northwest Arkansas area in the state pageant in June. Tribunal Overruled SALEM, Ore. (AP) - The Oregon Supreme Court rulet unanimously Wednesday tha Republican Lee Johnson, who was elected last fall, can be come attorney general. Defeated incumbent Rober Y. Thornton, a Democrat, never left office because a tribunal o Oregon Circuit Court judges dis qualified Johnson's election on ground he spent more of his per sonal money on his campaign than the state Corrupt Practice Act allows. Swefth fflM Mb of Deserters STOCKHOLM (AP) - "Deserter U.S.A.." a low-budget film starring American military deserters and draft resistors in Sweden, opened Wednesday. The thow was interrupted brier- ly by an apparent bomb scare. Soon after the movie started. the audience was asked to leave while the hall was searched for "some dangerous material. Nothing was found and the show The film deals with the motives and living conditions or young Americans who flea to Sweden because of their opposition to the Vietnam war. There are about 300 American defectors and draft resisters living in this country. Most of the actors perform under assumed names. Director Olle Sjocgren has said the sponsoring company hopes to export the movie to the United States. Harmless? SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP)' "Seven-foot boas don't bother people," says the curator of reptiles at the San Diego Zoo. Nevertheless, Dan Marshall was given 24 hours to get rid of hiJ pet snake. A city ordinance prohibitl wild or dangerous animals. Marshall, 15, and his father said they were undecided what to do about the edict Wednesday of the city Health Department. The boa constrictor, they said, is harmless. Arkansas Lions Clubs Plan To Hold Convention Here Munro L. Nute. past president of Lions International, of Kennett Square. Pa., will be the principal speaker at the 51st Arkansas Lions Convention to be held in Fayettevillc April 25-27. He will speak at the state banquet Saturday evening at the Student Union. Registration will begin at noon on the opening day at the Electric Living Center at the Southwestern Electric Power Co. Some 500 members and wives from 185 clubs in the state have pre-registered. ACTIVITIES Activities preceding registration include the Linns Club State Golf Tournament to be held at Paradise Valley Golf Course. Trophies and prizes will be given. The election of officers w i l l highlight the business session t h e morning of April 26. Candidates for district governors are Jim McFarlin of Jonesboro: Bob James of N o r t h Little Rock: R. H. Shaddock of Camdcn a n d Dr. Buford Gardner of Kayetteville. At this date all are unopposed for the district positions. ENTERTAINMENT Entertainment includes the University of Arkansas Uark- ettes. a "double-header bewecn the Razorback baseball team and Pittsburg State of Pittsburg. Kan. The Fayetteville High School Choralettes. and the "Sound Generation," from .1 o h n Brown University of Siloam Springs. At the final morning session Frank Broyles, University of Arkansas football coach will review the team's prospects for 1069. Adjournment is set for 3 p.m. April 27. Ohio Highway Patrol Ends SDS Sit-In At Kent Slate By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ohio State highway patrolmen arrested 57 students at Kent State University Wednesday n i g h t , ending a three hour sit-in. Protests and sit-ins continued at several other campuses around the nation. Officials at Kent State, in K e n t . Ohio, called the highway patrol after the demonstrators smashed their way into the music and speech building. Seventy policemen arrested 35 i;i a 1 e students and 22 coeds. Seven seized outside the building were charged with inciting In riot. Fifty were charged with forcible entry. The students left the building peaceably in police custody. The protest was organized by Hie suspended campus chapter of Students for a Democratic Society to demand open hearings lor students suspended during a previous demonstration. AT H A R V A R D hi Cambridge. Mass., Harvard's faculty of arts and sci- rnces will try to resolve today I he future of the Reserve Offi- rrr Training Corps program on campus, the key issue in a student sit in and strike that has disrupted thr nation's oldest u n i v e r s i t y . Any resolution adopted by the [acuity will he subject to ap- urnva'l by the Harvard Corporation and the Ivy'.uf itnivor sity overseers. \Vhrn more t h a n 'Jill prnlcsl- nrs sei/cd University Hall last Wednesday, their chief demand was banning ROTC from campus. The iacullv had already voted to strip ROTC o[ academic credit, ami the corporation iiad concurred. I'olicn ended the sit in Thursday with 197 arrests. Many students, incensed at police a c l u m _....t caused about 40 injuries, called a strike and expanded their demands to include dropping criminal charges against the sit-ins. The faculty accepted that demand. Attendance at Harvard is not mandatory, m a k i n g it impossible to gauge whether low attendance steins from the strike. SIT-INS CONTINUE Sit-ins continued at Queen! College in New York and Stan ford University in California. At Stanford, the faculty Sen ate voted to bar secret research from the campus, and President Kenneth S. Pitzer endorsed the vote. About 201) students contin ued their sit-in at the Applied Electronics Laboratory, where defense-connected research is done. At Queens, several hundrei students escalated a week-old sit-in by attempting to seize th( office of President Joseph P McMurray. The students were stymied by barricades and en tered other offices. They pulled out Wednesdaj night and returned to the Socia Sciences building, their head quarters, where 500 student; voted to call a strike Mondas and ask 12,000 day students ti boycott classes. The students seek dropping o trespass charges against 38 stu dents and an instructor in an earlier sit-in that protested tin disciplining of three student; who allegedly interfered with campus recruiting by the Gen eral Electric Corp. Most of the I,fi83 full-time stu ilcnts at Southern University in New Orleans honored a class boycott aimed at securing a de partmcnt of black studies at the predominantly Negro school. 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