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June 30, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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(TTMESphoto by Ray Gray) BOOSTING THE BULLDOGS ... are, from left, Cheryl Johnson, Robin Simmons, co-captain Gail Dams, Cindy Smith, Susan Cfeisro, Mary Sugg, captain Kim Randall and Julie Forshee In Pops Concert July 11 FHS Cheerleaders Win Superior Rating The Fayelteville High School Chcorlnading squad received a first place superior'ribbon and brought home the "spirit sllick" awarded it for being'oite of the most spirited squads attending the ehecrleading slinic at the University of Oklahoma in Norman hist week. The event Wjas sponsored by the Thunder-hawk Activities 1 Association, and the camp was attended by an estimated 650 girls. They represented 110 squads from Oklahoma, Kansas. Missouri, Texas and Arkansas. The Fayetteville team was the only team from Arkansas. I n s t r u c t i o n i n tumbling, cheerleading techniques, pom- pon routines and new cheers and chants were given. Awards were presented each night after evaluation and competition. The school's squad is com Johnson. Forshee, Mary Cindy Smith, Smith, Julie Robin .Simmons, Susan Chism and Gai Davis. Gifted Young Pianist To Perform At UA By Xornia Conner "All I have ever wanted is lo IK a performing artist, a concert pianist," Becky Davis, 10, of Texarkana said in a recent interview. The gifted young pianist will be featured in a concerto with the University-North Arkansas Symphony Orchstra at its Pops Concert at the University of Arkansas Arts Center in Fayetteville Thursday July 11. This will be Miss Davis' first appearance with an orchestra. She said she was overwhelmed when Theoclor Avitahl, the conductor, asked her to be a guest artist. "I have lots of friends at the University who opened the way for me to play my first concerto with the orchestra." she said. Miss Davis began her study of piano when she was 7 years of age. Up until then, her music training consisted of singing with the Beech Street Baptist Children's Chior. The children's choral director recognized that young Becky had a very artistic flair and encouraged her to Irs. Herbert McClure of Tex- ma. After two years of ,udy she became a pupil of Irs. 11. E. Tye, with whom ie has studied since she was By the time she was 10, the [itl prodigy performed her rst solo recital playing Hayn's "Variations in D" and ompositions by Bach. Since then, she consistently as won piano honors. Just this car, she won the Arkansas -ligb School Piano contest, ponsored by the Arkansas tate Music Teachers Associa- ion a,nd represented the state \ a regional contest .where she vas selected as first alternate n [he South Central Division F Music Teeners National J iano Auditions, She has won Lumerous musical awards, in- :ludmg the State Baldwin Key- ward Achievement Award, the Vlarie Morrisey Keith Award, nil state and district auditions Akin Named Head Of Engineering Science At UA Dr. Jim H. Akin, professor of mechanical engineering the University of Arkansas, : been named head of the De : parlmenl of E n g i n e e r i n g Science, it vas announced t Dr. Lorcn Heiple, clean of the College of Engineering. Akin succeeds Prnf. R. Wray, who is retiring. The ap pointment is effective July 1. A k i n , a native of Texas, join ed the University faculty as ai assistant professor in 1063. Hi - became an associate prnfcsso in 1568 and full professor it 1872. Before coming to the UA he taught liiree years at thi · University of Texas. He also has · industrial experience with Ex .' xon. Inc., and the Mannet 1 Spacecraft Center of the Na . tional Aeronautics and Spac Administration. lolh in Hous ton; and NASA's Marsha] Spaceflight Center in Hums vilie. Ala. The new department hea : graduated from high school in " Weslaco. Texas, and atlende ' Rice University, t h e University · of Houston anil the Univeriit of Texas. He has a bachelor' " degree, master's degree an ·· Ph.D., all in mechanical eng necring. Akin is a registered profus sional engineer in Arkansas an has done considerable consu? ing work. He is a member the National and the Arkansa Societies of Professional Eng neers. the American Society i Mechanical Engineers, t h American Society for Engineer ing Educalion. and the Socia for Automotive Engineers. 11 serves as vice president of th UA chapter e' the America Association of University lessors. Henderson Retires HARRISBURG. Pa. (AP) Col. Oran K. Henderson, th highest ranking officer to be tried in Hie My Lai case, is re tiring from the Army. Henderson, who was found in noccnt of trying to cover up th massacre of Vietnamese civi ' ians six years ago. is currentl commander of the U.S. Arm garrison at the Indiantown Ga Military Reservation. Henderson, 53, will retir next month. He said his retire ment is mandatory since he ha more than 35 years of servic · and has been a colonel for fiv · years without a promotion. Henderson, a native of Ha risburg. sail he plans to loo for a job in the area. udy piano. Her first piano teacher iwas he invited her to come t France to study at the Ecole Normale de Musique. "1 wil be leaving at the end of th summer for Paris," Miss Davi said enthusiastically. "I lacl hree high school credits beini eligible to graduate and I wi complete those by correspondence while I'm in paris." "Butterflys? of course I have butterflys until I began to play. Then I lose myself as I concentrate on what 1 want to do at the keyboard, with no time for butterflys." Miss davis is the daghter of Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Davis of Texarkana and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis of Prairie Grove. She will be featured at the University in the first movement. "Allegro" of the Mozart 'Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor K. 466." This she considers to be a "really high moment in my " Sunday Banquet To Honor Rodeo Board Members SPRINGDALE -- A banquet honoring the Rodeo of the Ozarks Board of Directors wll be held today at ttie Fireside Inn. Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, the evening wit' begin with a 6:30 p.m. reception followed by dinner. The chamber will recognize he nine directors of the 30th nnual rodeo which begins .tonday and continues through ^hursday. Ttie directors are horty Parsons, Mace Howell Toe McKim, Mike Tatman. Roy lowman, Wayne High, Johnny Jladden. Sandy Boone and Cecil Brown. Master of ceremonies durini dinner will be the chamber p-e sident, Adrian Luttrell. Severa dignitaries are expected to attend including officials from the Rodeo Cowboy Association and the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco "ompany, which sponsors t h ( national Winston Rodeo Award: program. Other rodeo activities include he two parades on Monday an Wednesday. Each starts at p.m. in Parsons Stadium. Both arades will continue down Emma Avenue to the Chambe of Commerce office where they will disband. Anyc»j wishing to march D ride in the parades should be it the stadium by 2 p.m. the days of the parades. Tro phies will be awarded to parti cipants. First and second prizes wi be awarded for floats, bes dressed cowboy, best dressec cowgirl, and best amateu horse-drawn vehicle. Trophies will also be awarde for the nest dressed riding club the best dressed mounter patrol, the riding club from far thest away, and the mounter patrol from farthest awaj First, second and third plac trophies will be presented fo the best decorated bicycles. Marching bands, antiqu cars, rodeo queens and conl.es ants and the rodeo director will also participate in th parades. In Western Week activities prizes will be awarded to store for the best dressed windo displays and for the b e s dressed employes. Trophies wi be given to the best dressec man, woman and child. Stagecoach rides will be give . w h i c h includes Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas) sponsored by the National Federation of Music Clubs in (he college age group (from 16 to 25 years of igc) at the University of K a n ;EIS in Lawrence. She is well known over the stnie for her artistry and has appeared under the sponsorship f music clubs, music coteries nd music departments at most f the colleges and universities :i Arkansas. Practicing the piano has Tever been a "chore" for Miss )avis. When she was a begin- icr, she practiced enough to ;eep her lessons up to the ex- lectatimis of her teacher. Prac- ice- time grew as her interest jrew and now she has developed a practice schedule of eight lours a day. The Young pianist has never iad memorization problems nor does she use any particular me* lliod, "By tlie time t h a t I prac ice each hand separately and I'm ready to put them together, the pieces seem to be automatically memorized." Miss Davis has known since :icr first full concert that she wanted to be a concert pianist. 'I may teach at some time in my life, but now all I want o do is concertize," she said. That deram looks bright. Last summer. Miss Davis was chosen as one of an exclusive mi Riser of gifted students to study in St. Louis, Mo., iwith the renowned Jules Genii], professor of piano at the Paris Conserva-| lory in Franco. Gentil was so mpressed with her work that career." Monday through Thursday wit Johnny Gladden Jr. at th reins. The rides will begin at th Bowman and Associates offic 116 W. Johnson Ave., and travi around downtown. Tickets for the 8 p.m. rode performances in Parsons Sta ium Monday through Thursda will be on sale at the Chambe of Commerce until 5:30 p.m each day and then at the sta ium's box office. The TIMES It On Top of The News Seven Day* a Week Northwett Arkanwi TIMES, Sun., Jim* 30, 1974 FAYITTIVILK, AHMAMA* ·--fr 521-3571 OPEN DAILY WO; SUN. 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Six UA Students Start Internship Six graduate students pursuing master of public adminis tation degrees at the University of Arkansas will begin five- jnonth internships in A r k a n s a s circuit courts the m i d d l e of July, according to ,lamcs L. Kl- ston, assistant professor and director of the Judicial Administration Program in the Department of Political Science. The internships are part of the requirements for the 2%-year program leading to ttic MPA degree. Judicial administration is one of the specializations offered under this degree. The students are Nancy Nunn of Blytheville: Jim Harlow of F o r d y c e ; James Henderson of Fayettcville; John Stuaf- fer of Conway. John Stewart of Gould and Ronald Trivitt of Ash Flat. The UA is one of a small number of universities in the nation that offer a graduate program in the new and merging field of court administration. The program was begun with the assistance of a grant from the state Commission on Crime and Law Enforcement. 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