Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on September 19, 1961 · Page 15
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 15

Redlands, California
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Tuesday, September 19, 1961
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DENNIS TARR . . . ASUR President Dennis Tarr fo serve os sfEidenf fe@dy president U.R. student body, campus leaders Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, Sept. 19,1961-1 S Official renrcscntativp and leader of tlie University of Redlands student body during the lMl-62 school year will l)o Dennis Tarr. a senior international relations student. Tarr. from Wliitticr, served the TjR as men's reprcsenlalivc at large on the student council last year. He participated in the VK in Kurope program and is acli'. e in the concert choir and hand. He received honors at entrance to the university. This year's .ASUR president was elected last Spring on a platform which advocated a student government geared to the basic philosophy that it must represent and cliallonge all areas, all ideas large and small, and have specific means to bring about direct action. Tarr spent several weeks this summer attending the International Student Relations Seminar in the east. JACKIE HORTON Jackie Horton, University of Redlands ASUR vice-president, came a long distance to attend the UR. The senior class coed is from Amman. Jordan. She is majoring in general studies. Jackie served as assistant to last year's ASUR president, Jerry Tinker, and has served on the Election Committee. She is active in the Baptist Student Movement, having served as the Southern California secretary and National representative at large. In her sophomore year she was elected to Spurs, a national women's honor group. Also that year she was a member of the University-Community Symphony Orchestra, and secretary of the Baptist- sponsored Roger Williams group. I manage funds Chuck Shackleton of Long Beach iwill handle student body funds as I this year's .ASUR Treasurer. The junior student has been treasurer of the Yeoman organization and social Chairman of Founders Hall. Chuck w^as also Hong Kong committee repi-esen- tative in lOfiO and has participated in varsity v.ator polo. In high school Chuck was Key I Club president and Student Union ; president. As a freshman at the UR he was active in the Dukes organization. He is now a member of Kappa Sigma Sigma fraternity. Welcome U of R Faculty fir Students 7 EXPERT WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING REASONABLE PRICES - 3 DAY SERVICE -JEWELER Phone PY 3-1365 125 Orange St. Redlands SuQ ArchbaSd secretary of Student Council Student Council meeting min^ utes and correspondence will be maintained during the 1961-62 school year by ASUR Secretary Sue Archbald. Sue, a senior from Santa Barbara, is majoring in sociology. Her activity in UR student gov-l ernment began when she was a: freshman. In that year she was! secretary of the Temporary Frost Council, chairman of Frosh elections and co-chairman of Frosh integration. One other secretarial position she held w^as that of secretary of the Christian Activities Council. Sue has been Chaplain of Grossmont Hall and Chaplian of Tawasi. She is a member of Delta Kappa Psi. NOW YOU KNOW By United Press InternsHonal "Thug" is an Indian word for men who traveled through the country in gangs, robbing, assassinating and then burying tljeir victims. Elected to serve as one of two women's representative at large; to the ASUR Council is Linda Bosking of Long Beach. Linda, a junior majoring in education, was a member of Spurs, national women's honor group, during her sophomore year. In addition she was vice-presi dent of Grossmont Hall and secretary of Tawasi last year. High school activities included secretary of her senior class, membership in the sophomore, junior and senior class councils and vice president of the California Scholarship Federation chapter. Linda is a member of Delta Kappa Psi sorority. JERRY BROOKS JOIN IN MANEUVERS TAIPEI (UPI) - American and Nationalist Chinese paratroopers will participate in joint airborne e.xercies in southern Formosa this BETH JOSI Representing University of Redlands women on the ASUR cabinet this year will be Beth Josi, a| junior coed from Rialto. Beth, an education major, is not! unfamiliar with student government. As a freshman she was secretary of the Frosh club and co-chairman of the Frosh Integration program. She later served in the ASUR House of Representatives and on the Associated Women Students Cabinet. Beth was also a member of the Dorm Council. She is a member of Alpha Sigma Pi sorority. Jerry Brooks to represent U.R. men The men students at the University of Redlands will be rep resented in the ASUR by Jerry Brooks, one of two Men's Representatives-at-large. Brooks, of Glendale. will be a senior this year. He is majoring in history. < •- The representative is an honor student, and has been active in UR drama productions. He has been vice president of a college youth group. Active in everything he does Jerry has been an officer in the College Kiwanis, an officer in his fraternity, and was president of his high school band. BOB CLYMIRE Bob Clymire of Fontana was elected in the Spring to serve as speaker of the ASUR House of Representatives. Clymire, an English and drama major, is a member of the junior class. He was one of four UR students who attended an International Student Relations Seminar this summer. As a freshman, Clymire played on the frosh baseball squad and served on the Frosh Council. He was awarded honors at entrance to the university. He has been active in student government as sophomore representative and served on the Hong Kong committee and the Convoca tion committee. He has performed in many UR drama productions. Bob was student body president of Fontana High school. He is a member of Alpha Gamma Nu social fraternity. month, it was announced Mon day. The U.S. Formosa Defense! Command here said the eight-day maneuvers will start next Mon-' day. Welcome! Students and Faculty of Me UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS Ve Ate- Authorized distributor of Nationally famous brands Keepsake Diamonds and wedding rings. Hamilton, Elgin, Gruen, Wyler, Longlnes and La Coultre watches. Wctch repairing, Jewelry made to order, Diamond setting and engraving all dons by our own expert craftsmen. JEWELER THE QUALITY REQUIRED WITH THE ECONOMY DESIRED OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS m 118 E. State St. Phone PY 3-4806 WELCOME BACK! U. of R. Faculty & Students CARNATION ICE CREAM SHAKES MALTS DRINKS BURGERS HOT DOCS FRIED- CHICKEN TO CO 3-1296 DRIVE-IN HWY. 99 at ALABAMA In Redlands If's For Campus Clothes As You Like Them T-SHIRTS — Casually comfortable, interestingly styled t-shirts in cottons, Orlons, Banlons, Acrilans. 4.00 to 10.95 SPORT SHIRTS — Sharply styled short and long sleeve sport shirts in cottons, rayons, silk mixtures, and wools. 2.95 to 17.50 DRESS SHIRTS — By Van Heusen and Enro, Campus- favored button down collar in batiste oxford, long or short sleeves — 5.00; wash 'n wear cottons for easy care. 4.25 to 5.95 DRESS SLACKS — Campus-right pleated and Ivy models in sturdy gabardines, flanne s, worsted flannels, sharkskin, and Plateaus. 9.95 to 25.00 CAMPUS SLACKS — In favored poplins, twill gabs, Bedford cords styled by Harris. 4.95 to 5.95 — Comfortable, long-wearing campus cottons, rayons, Dacron/ Orion/Nvlon. olain and oatterned. 55e to 2.95 Hosiery v ^wimv^iLci^^it, iwii^-vv»^a.j.iJiQ cotton, Orion/Nylon, plain and patterned. Sport CoofS — styled as university men like them, by Timely, Merit, Palmdayl, and Kingridge. Choose from tweeds, shetlands, checks, and muted patterns in new fall shades, plus ever-popular corduroy. Regular, short, long, and extra-long models. Sport Coats .... 32.50 to 45.00 Cord Coots 22.95 Cord Pants 6.95 HSW Sweater Styles — Favorite campus sweater styles in a wide selection of yarns and colors — maize, charcoal gray, light gray, blue, mint, oatmeal. Pullover Sweaters 11.95 Lombswool Cardigans .... 14.95 Sleeveless 5.95 to 10.95 Merino Wool/Mohair 15.95 Bulky Cardigans . . . 14.95 to 22.50 Blue Chip Stamps TERRIER FOOTBALL TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE! V \ ^ ^Ih Men The Men's Store 107 Orange Street

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