Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 11, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 11, 1952
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M T l«Mtll*Mt MUNMS*M«. KHJ SHOULD THINK OF US AS YOUR TWO SWEET LITTLE INCOME-TAX v ^y DEDUCTIONS :J" / ( f l u t ,i (b ^ ss-1- WHERE IS ELM STREET, 5- MAN O PLEASE -VtXJNS- K*fr rawer TO TELL THC SCRS6AWT ME VOUWAWT SET UP ^ 'Uf WHAT APE WE LAUGHING AT? HIN THE' STKINS BREAKS ON gUZ'S WATER JUS. I X «0«S WILL U* FIRST 8 MILES WLES FARTHER, HIS DONKEY SETS STUBBORN, IP VDLJ HAVE A. FAMILX TO SUPPORT, I'D LIKE A CONE PLEASE I THOUGHT FOOZY/ AND ^COULD BETTER ( HE DOeS/HE SHOULD* SUIDE HOU-13 IN \ KNOW / WHATCHA A TIME ERA. WITH MOO. 1 / RECKON THEYfcE WHICH HE WAS A _1\ TALW FAMILIAR. r-/J/^\ ABOUT? HYSTARe,FOOrY, WHERE ARE WE? WHATI3THIO HORRIBLE PLACE? THIS HORRIBLES PLACE, I'LL HAVE YOU KNOW, 15 TH OLD MOTHER EARTH / 'SA TIME OF OF LONG AGO/ BEGINNING FOR MEN, MON5TER5 AN MICE...,FORA6UYLIKE }, , A PARADISE! W'WWMTWr .·fWWA/r tT- AH H-HOPf AH DOff AW PROMISES NEVAH TO X -iO' AH H-HOPf AH DOffT i , TO TH WHICH HE STANC* tltt TEA* Itthtar M1UJ fcy · CM*. Dogs Lose To Pine Bluff In Finals Defeat Four Tcami T» T«k« Second Mac* In State M**t After-defeating La/aca,'Texar- taria, North Little Rock and Monticello, the Fayettevillo Bulldogs were edged out of the cliampion- 5hi| by the PJne Bluff Zebras in !he State Class "A" Tournament. Dosing to the Rogers Mourlalneers n.lhe finals of the District Tournament automatically placed the Bulldogs in the lower bracket of .he State. This loss made them one of four cams in the tournament v-ho. had o play rive games for a crack at he championship. The Lavaca five entered the first ussle with Fayetteville in the ipcning rounds on V/cdn jsday afternoon. After a close first half, he Bulldogs led throughout the cmalnder of the game with the eserves playing the fourth quar- er.. The final score read 55-36. The win placed the 'Dogs epos i te · Texarkana Razorbacks Thursday night. The tilt was a ilp and tuck battle of rebounds nd long shots, At one. period in he final quarter the local team vas seven points behind. Sharp Just A Note Of Appreciation Dear Mary, Wally,. and "Hip", Excuse us for the informally, but we feel we know you lhal well. Thai is just to say thanks for everything you and Ihe KGRH slaff have done. Mary, we are grateful for your wcll»donc job as unofficial slal- islician, a 'very important task. And, "Rip", we hope you ha4 no trouble digesting "that screw driver! , Now, Wally, you really conveyed Ihe enthusiasm and excitement of the games lo .radio audiences a n d . fans who were unable lo alt--d the games. Thanks, FriS Sludenl 'Body National Honor Society Initiates New Members In a candlelighl service signi- nd accurale- shooling broughl I 2$ net' m^cr^ver^K ±L±Ml TM eD =! ^ " « in !° '"e Naiiona, Honor Soct Community Party Tonight At Roof Gym down-state team. Russell McConnell wa fouled in the last seconds and chose to shoot on a gamble for the two points. Both charity tosses rolled in for the lO-'iH win John Fortenbury, leading scorer for the Big Six, and the North Little R o c k ' Wildcats, Big Six champions, fell before the Bulldog "mighty mites" 45-48 in the next game. The highly favored Wildcats were behind from the first' few minutes of play and did not Jrealen seriou'sl/ until the closing minutes of play w hen they becan an all-floor press. Entering the semi-finals against Montlccllo, Ihe tired home-team imped through to a 41-2D victory. Jim Reed of the Pine Bluff Zebras was kept in check during the first half by Bass Trumbo, but Ihe previous four games began lo show in the rebounding and shooting accuracy. The j'inal half belonged to Pine Bluff exclusively with the 'Dogs losing control completely. The final score was 43-29. Follov/ing the game, trophies were presented to the winner and the runner-up respectively by Johnny Burnclt. Arkansas Athletic Association executive secretary. Bass Trumbo and Ray Barnes were selected for "A" team. the All-State Class Bulldog Waggins Ordinary snapshots of school .activities' can be used in the journalism department for extra feature pages In the yearbook. They should be clear and identify FHS students. Socratic Chapter. Norma Kennan, president'of the chapter, presided over the c e r e m o n y March 5, in the acljyily room. The four aims of Ihe society: character, scholarship, leadership, and service were represented in the service by Mary Ella Hodges, treasurer, Katherine Lussky, secretary; Rosalie Bern, vice president; and Norma Kennan. The new m e m b e r s, Alan Adams, Don Lewis, Larry Head, Elizabelh Bridensline, Alfred Taylor, Emile Sonneman, Anne Sliles, and Carolyn Dunlavy, were Unreduced. - -Refreshment of punch and cake were served during Ihe social hour to parents, faculty members and special guests. Miss Ruth Boggs poured. Richard Brown, photographer for the yearbook, took piclurcs- during the cerei How would you like to have a beautiful coffee table' iike the one on display in the main h a l l ? Fred Laney took pieces of discarded scrap, designed and made the table. Correction, please! Tlte Naom Williams Latin -Award is not given to the student with the highest grade point, but to the student 1 who makes the highest mark on a standard test. The award winner must have had two years of Latin in Fayetteville High. All seniors interested In scholarships at the U. of A. should see their home room teachers for information. Elvin Gciscr, who preceded r. Vandcgriff as FHS football coach, was in Fayetteville for .he State Basketball Tournament, is now football coach at North Little Rock Senior High. Buy .your tickets for the Com- nunity Parly now from any Stu- lent Council member or sponsor. Crofts Club Making Easter hats will project for Crafts Club members. Birds, chickens, featers, flowers, and net, as well as buttons and bows, will be use,d for the different styles. The girls hope lo display their hats in Easier season. Aspirants For SC Office Petition For Candidacy Aspirants for Student Council officers next year have announced .heir desire lo become candidates, y securing petitions from Mrs. j. C. Ellis, and are now gelling Ihe required number of signalures. All offices now have al least two candidates, while a slate of three s announced for the presidency. The student-; who at present are circulating petitions for president are Jon Larry Slarr, Don Lewis, md Jim Blair; for vice presidenl, losemary Henbesl and Belty Sisc- morc; secrelary, Carolyln Dunlavy and Val Ann Walson; Ireas- urer, Bob Beine and Alfred Taylor; reporter, Patsy Anderson and Clyde Mcade. Any other student wishing to run may still get a petition from Mrs. Ellis, bul the petition must be signed and in by Thursday. In signing petilions, sludenls are reminded nol lo sign more than one for Ihe same office as the signature then become invalid. CEP Class Members Give General Report Seniors In the American gov- ernmenl class are being "public speaker for a day" Ihis month. Members of the class are'making reports to .civic clubs after a study of those agencie; Maxine Lierly gave a report o the Woman's Civic Club, March 4. Al a Kiwanis luncheon Superstitious.'' Of Course Not!-,. ! 'Don't you dare put BEA jAVACA on thai* sign;' you' in* the team." 11 seems som FHS sludenls are superstitiou aboul the Bulldogs. Their argu ment was "In district tournamen Harrison pul up BEAT FAY ETTEVILLE, they gol beal. W put up BEAT ROGERS, we losl This lime you just don't do it Hence, the sign read YEA, BULL DOGS, SIC 'EM. That poor, worn sign wenl lo all Ihe games and lo pep convocalion. The sign wasn't the only superstition around FHS last week Bulldog supporters wore Ihe same clothes they had worn to thi last game; cheerleaders yeilec the same yells in the same order Ona fan was hilling a- pretly good "per ceni by yelling "here's Iwo" every time a- field goal was attempted. Supposedly, the Bulldogs put. it* in while' it workec the opposite way lor the opponents. meeting Mitchell the and same day, Lois Marcia Veak re- orled Ihe general impressions "of he class to that civic club. Lasl nighl Mary Ella Holges spoke al Business and Voman's meeting. These reports give ected impressions of Professional col- These superstitious fans can even explain .Saturday night. The faithfur sign'was lorn down jusl before Ihe half, one Pepper washed her sweater Salurday morning ,anri another forgot to yell "Yea, Bulldogs, Sic 'Em 1 ; she came downstairs Satur'day morning. · Well, a n y w a y , they say it worked f o r , four games. Who knows ? Senior Curtain Call DOTTYE DOWNS comes on parade with blond hair, blue eyes, and stands al- 5'7". Dbltye has been in Fayettevill* only five weeks, and' she already, says this school has more school spirit'than any she has previously atlended. In Magnolia, Ark., where she lived before coming here, she was drum major of Ihe band and belonged to the Dream ClUb, Studenl Council, Ulee Club and Girl's Chorus. Dollye's favorite song is "I've Told Every Liltle Slar' and her fav- orile saying is "Good Honk." She says, "My pel peeve is people who have "1" Irouble and 1 certainly haven'l found any of Ihem al.FayeUeville-High."' With brown hair, blue eyes, and a 6' build, JIM BLOOD steps before the curlain. 'Topf on his song lisl. at presenl is, "Wheel of Fortune." Jim lakes his favorite saying "Chicken" from his lavorite food, Southern fried chicken. Taking firsl and only place on hi? lisl of mentioned dislikes is Latin in any^form. '· . RUSSELL. HAWKINS steps up Seek Hop, Print, Comtt Ar* FMturM Of SC Binifit "Check your shoes or pay" is the theme of Ihe Community Party tonighl at 7:30. There'will be. a Sock Hop . for Ihose who want to dance, a door, prize, card ·James, checkers, ping pong, and many other games. Athletic in- Vormation will be given for a irice by the .coftches. A floor how by high school talcnl will . e given. Sandwiches, chocolale milk and · okes will be served- in Ihe re- reshmenl room. Th? students vill furnish the sandwiches and .'ill receive one participation point for each sandwich brought. The community Party is the only benefit' the Studenl Council v/ill have Ihis year lo raise money for the emergency fund and for 'the new Student Qouncil room in- Ihe new high school. Previously, Ihe Sludent Council has had a spring and fall benefil which were Ihe Circus and Pie Supper. This year, because of the full aclivity program, the Community Party is taking. Ihe place of'both.- The emergency fund is a fund for the . benefit of Ihose organi- zalions which represent Ihe school in a dislricl or slale meeting, and have no income or any means of'support. Other worthwhile purposes lake from Ihis emergency fund also. When il was certain FHS would lave a new high school building, :he president of the Studenl Council, al Ihe request of t h e Council, asked .the administration Lo include in the building plans i room for the Student Council, rhe request was granled on con- dilion that the Council would as- ume responsibility for furnishing he room. Fart of the proceeds rom the Communily Party will to to help furnish Ihis room. ' Admission al Ihe door for idults will be 50c and for high chool studenls 21c. \ next, senor.. Russell's favorite song is "Slowpoke" . and his mosl'-used ; saying is- "Holy Cow." Russell is- another chicken ealer. in a big' way. He is a member' of the band. Our nexl all-star performer is LENA SUE WALKER \vith- black hair, blue eyes and slands al 5'4'V You may recognize her by her favorile saying "Something like She is a .member of Pep- Ail-State Bandmen Attend Coriway Fete . Four All-State band members rom Fayetteville went to Hendrix College and Arkansas State Teach- r's College to perform on March , under the baton of Mr. Maurice rtcAdow, North Texas State 'eacher's College guest conductor, 'he four students were Gilbert .mold, playing trumpet; and elen Sandlin, La Joyce Patrick mith, and-Ann Stiles, clarinets. In .Conwiy, the All-State band layed "Lilt of the Latin" (modern amba),' "The Stars and Stripes oreyer" (patriotic march), "Fin- al's' Cave" (overture), "Television larch" (modern number), "Cru- ades for Freedom" ( c o n c e r t march), "Death and Transfigura- on" (ov,rture), and ."Los Com- aneros" (trumpet trio). The-, 104 band students .from the state stayed in private homes and' were served a free meal by both Conway colleges. The All- State band will go to the Arkansas Educational Association in Little Rock on March 27, and present a concert in Robinson Auditorium. Senior Class President Names Committees Senior commiltees, appointed by President Jamie Cornell, met yesterday aflernoori lo; selecl Ihe molto, colors, and flower' for ihe Class'of '52. .- ·' ' ... ·· Members of the committee are: Molto--William 'Myers, chairman, Barbara Cralley, -.- and Kenneth Crudup; "Colors --''Bill Parker, chairman. Janet Walker, D^ana Walker, Ray Barnes, and Nancy Reed; Flower -- Lois Mitchell, chairman, Janet Walkeer, iDana Wray, Warren Ramey, and Boh Poore. The play committee met lasl week and sent for several plays. From these, they, will select the senior play for this year. ..Other commiltees will be appointed laler. pers, Glee- Club, 28 Club,- Sopho- Ihe members have studied more Guides, and FHA. city agencies. Along one of the Flag learn in Peppers vilh this list of impressions, eac Seniors were measured for caps and prcsidenl of.' the Glee Club. club exactly what was done in he sludy of that club. Immediate plans of the class nclude further reports, and a ccond radio panel discussion il- ustraling Ihe basic premises of cmocracy. OUT OUR WAY ILL KEEP AFTER MY PA AN' MAYBE GIT HIM TO PLANT A BIG, BUSHY TRBE, SAY ABOUT HERE, EH? BOY. -OD DON'T KNOW HOW HOECIBLE IT IS TO HAVE TH' OJL.V HOUSE ON TH' STREET WITH BAY WIMDOW/ MV MA AM 1 GEAMMA LIVE W TH' TMlNe- L PASSKJ'T CO ATHIMS. ILL SEE MY FX ABOUT A TREE THERE ON OUR SIDE, TOO. GOT REASONS WHY HE DON'T UKETHAT KAY WINDER HISS6LF MILIES CETTHtlRNWne FOC.Y, THE SVLY FWHILV OFENGUNO WHICH f»ST

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