Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 18, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 18, 1952
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POING A WASHING USES SIXTEEN WE MUSCLES THAN IT TAKES TO Of?IV£ ATBUCK-/VJ IRONING TAKES AS =/?-, MUCH ENERGY ASSHOVEUI!G A TOM OF COAL «U I READ THAT A WIFE WALKS FIVE MILES 'A DAV 'DOING HER. VOJ PE LUCkX GOING TO AN OrFlCE · WISH ID LEAI?N TO KEEP MV BIG ' ·itOUTH SHUT NO PULSE-AND I CAN BARELY PICK UP A WEART BEAT-VERY FAINT. WHAT'S HER BLOOD ILL SEE IP MDU CAN COME TOATS "'KXJRTH BOTTLE OF IS COLD- WON'T UP. I AM WPITIN A LETTER TO YOUR FATHER HENRY! «r.f WHATS GOT ] HES QOIN OM '*"" '·"" ' RJPLOUGH TOMORROW TW-.IMTI S/HVOf .MIM DOWN THIS CANVOki. H.U.O...V4DATEIITJ TMSK. rr SKW HOPtiiss TO LOCK FO* vt THE DONKEY, BUT BUZ KEEPS SOWS. VVE WEAR U'HAT WE LIKE.UNCA DONALD? VOU BE GOING TO DANCING CLASS... VES, JUST SO YOU RE WHAT YOU'RE ) WELL.YE6, OOP, MSI WHAT HAPPENED TO TH 1 MILLIONS YOU GOT FROM' KINS 6UZ2LES BEADS? OH, SOME WENT HERE AND SOME THERE... TWIN 1 TO iAY/ ABOUT/ RUNNING A INTO THATSF^E / OH.YEH, VOU IN A SHIP YpU AND / THAT WAS V CEMETERY OSCAR BOOM GONNA PUT FLEW AROUND IN\ U9 ON EASY STREET. 13 YOU'RE /LABORATORY WITH TUB BROKE? / KIND OF EQUIP*^ W-WHUTEVEH FEARLESS .) FOSDICK DOES-AM , SBCOTTA DO/T-AH TOOK 5A OATM//--S-SO LE'S , «EE WHUTS H*F-- iruS.TODAV/V GOOD EVENING, DETECTIVE FOSDICK, DEAR. YOU DONT SEEM VOUR USUAL GAY, , SELF.' L uj. ,*-£, (TRUE?'----' TOMIGHT, I AM CALLING UPON MISS PRUDENCE PIMPLETOM, WITH WHOM I HAVEl BEEN KEEPING COMRANY FOR NINE YEARS. THEYRE CUTTING DOWN THE roRce.r, ALL UNMARRIED DETECTIVES VLL BE DISMISSKD/r- SO-IT LOOKS AS ·. THOUGH-I-WILL- , STARVKV, »lk VBAE Junior ®imrs Dc»m»eat"iilt«« fcy'ylfct rty«t«OTlllt Jw mltata Clin. Bulldogs To Attend NCAA Play-Offs Trip Sponsored ly Mtrchonti In FaytHtvill*, Springdalft Through the generosity of Fayetteville fans and a few Springr dale'boosters, the Fayetteville basketball team will go' to Kansas City, Mlssour;, for the NCAA play-offs, March 21 and 22. The Northwest Arkansas times started the drive In an_offort to thank the team, for the fine showing they and their coach, Glenn S. Stokcn- berry, made during the regular season; nnd in the State Tournament. The sum of 5500 was raised through tho Times with help from some Springdale admirers. The Fayetteville Bulldogs' record for the '51-'52 basketball season Is something In be. bragged about! Russell McConnell, who came out on top in all departments for the starting five. 46 per cent of his shots from the field and 80 per cent of his free shots, which tops many college players. R a y - B a r n e s was second In field goals and third in free tosses with 43 per cent and 71 per cent rcspcitivcly. Bnss Trumbo made 35 per rent of his field goals tn place fourth in t h a t department and 74 per. cent of his free tosses for second hiith. Bill Parker was third in field goals with 40 per cent and fifth in .free shots with per cent. Kenneth Crhdup was fourth in free tosses with 64 per cent and f i f t h in field goals with 33 pnr cent. McConnell topped the list for otal points with 343, followed by Barnes with 260, Trumbo with 170, Farker wjith 155, and Crudup with 121. It should be remembered that Parker participated In 24 games while the rest of these boys participated in 26, and that defensive work doesn't show up 'n statistics. . . In averages'per. game" Russell lad 13.2, Ray had 10.2, Bass, and Bill both had 6.5, and Kenneth had 4,7. : ' , ' _ The. team won 22 'and lost 4. Their average score per game was 46 points, while their opponents made.'33. Now, 'if. anyone wants to brag, let/ him go to it! Bulldog Waggim Those crazy juniors are hiding in corners nnd t a l k i n g into cups. They say they are tryinp to find out how (heir voices sound. They had a tape-recorder on the day for themes. Nancy Chamblce said "If I had tn listen to me all day, 1 believe I'd go nutr." ,Johni2 Fay Milchsl! said "I was never so disappointed." Billy Johnson, Eugene Henderson, JcTry Hayes, and. Dixon Wheatlcy operated the recorder. People have been talking about the half-coach that sapped Fayetteville's strength in the Pine Bluff game. Don't believe a word of it. The paper meant for us to_ think t h a t Ihe coach said "Fayetteville's strength sapped by ha.lf." This week's P/T.A. show-case features a coffee table by Fred I.aney, an ash-tray by Mary Ellen »Lee, and dinner plates, a cocoa set, cream pitcher and cereal dishes by Mrs. Thomas. P. Lee. There is a salt anil pepper shaker by Lavinia Lee and some Figurines. Her equipment was exhibited--Klondike Roman gold, cup, oil of lavender, and mineral colors. Band To "Play Ball" At Bi-State Fete "Play ball" will ring out over ·the field as the HIS Band takes the field Saturday night in march ing competition with over 20 other bands from a two-state area. The event is the annual Bi-State Festival of 'Fort Smith, Ark., March 22. The Bulldog B a n d , \vill enter the field with, a trumpet fanfare and doing the requirements ' for marching bands in the way of increased and diminished fronts, ob- liques, left nnd right turns, and counter-marches. After sweeping the field and countermarching, the band will form a ball-diamond and "play ball." To the tune of "Take Me Out To The Ball Game," the "team"-will proceed .to score home runs anr v/in the /narching event, if possible. The Bi-State meet is an invi.- tational festival at, which time bands from Oklahoma and Arkansas are invited to Fort Smith for one or two days of concerts, parades, solos, . ensembles, and marching exhibitions. Piano and vocal solos and ensembles,are in- cludod in the festival also. FHS Band will play in concert Saturday morning with "Mightier Than Circumstance' as the overture, and "Emblem of Jnily" as the concert march. Three judges wifl % · classify and criticize the bands for a rating of first, second, or third division. A parade do'.vn Garrison Avenue will be the second event of the clay, with the marching exhibition at the Grizzly Stadium climaxing the two-day aifair. The Fayetfeville J u n i o r Band will also ravel to Fort. Smith for the. festival. Local FFA Chapter Wins Various Honors Matt Holtzen won ' in the Ozark Federation Three County Federation Public Speaking Contest. Matt, a. sophomore, represented . the Fayetteville FFA chapter in the contest. The Parliamentary Team from the FFA chapter won .' second place. 1 The members were all sophomores competing against seniors with several years experience. ' ' At the Sears Pig Show at Rus- selvillc, March 15, Phillip Mhoon won first championship in" the senior boar class and graiiu 'championship .in the junior, fao v class, ind Walter W e t ' l p wu, second championship in th3 ji.i.ior so- class. N o r m a Kennan, Fayetteville FFA Sweetheart, won first place Wednesday night when the Ozark Federation met in Old Main for the annual stunt-and talent night. Norma's dramatization of "A Trip to the. Dentist", was the. winning talent demonstrated by eigh' candidates. Ronald Slensing represented the Fayetteville chapter in the stunts with a trumpet solo, "Jealousy" Judges for the stunts and sweethearts were Mrs. M a r g a r e Thompson of the U. of A. Home Economics Department, Mr. Norman Demarco, Manager of. the Fine Arts Center, and Mr. Albert erson of Louisiana. Platforms Announced For Student Council Offices Nobody has looked up those wild creatures always moaning in the journalism o^ice. A suspicious quiet insiies because the rush is over. 'All the pages except the Honor's Day pajre and CEP pages were sent .yesterday. Lois Mitchell has been named assistant editor nf the Junior Times for the spring semester. Meeting date of the Crafts Club has liecn changed to Thursday., Members arc reminded io b r i n g ; the materials for the Easter hats.! Best wishes and a hope for a ' "This is station VOTE bringing you a program of paid political announcements concerning t h e coming election for 1952-'53 Student Council officers. Without further ado \vc present to you the announcements of Don Lewis, Jim Blair, and Larry Starr,, a l l candi dates for the office of president. "If I am elected, I will do my best to be an honest and efficient leader and will strive to direct the activities of the Council in such a way as to benefit the student body a whole," says Don Lewis, candidate from room 29. "1 shall have three periods .to devote my time and ability to the improvement of the Council and FHS", says James Blair, of room 37. "1 K'ill do everything in my power to ?ive the students the kind of administration they want." 'Jon ^arry Starr, candidate from room 27, says, "I realize Ihe job of SC nrcsldcnt will be the biggest it has ever been, since we are moving into a new building. I will use- my influence to secure a concession stand inside the school- to sell school supplies.'" Betty Sisemorc, candidate 'for vice-president, announces that she will try to the best of her ability to f u l f i l l nil the duties for that office, if she is,elected. Time, interest, and understanding of Ihe work, are the three things which Helen Sandlin, candidate for secretary, considers 'important. If elected, she promise* to strive continually to fulfill these qualities. "If elected, to the office of sccretarj', I will keep accurate, up-to-data records of all meetings, end. live up to the high standards of ':the Student Council", says Val Ann Watson, who is also a candidate for the office-. ;'A11 favorable publicity possible f u r thr Council," is the plat- from which Clyde Meade, would- be reporter, is running on, while his opponent, Palsy Anderson says, "I am a i-anoitfate for.this office not ' o5 what the SC can ck for me, L'u; for what I believe I can do fcr the Council through the aoarrncy t,f good and favorable imbliriiy". "Candidates- for t h e " office of treasurer, Eob Beine and Alfred- Taylor, could" not be reached for comment, ss could not Rosemary He-ibest, cand;date for vice president, and Can'ilyn Duhlavy, can3i- date for scvrftary. "So folks, there you have it. These are the platforms and the promises of the students .who are running for 'the offices of your student Council. C a m p a i g n speeches will be presented by them Wednesday, with the ejection scheduled for Thursday. This is your station signing off, and remember, to VOTE. Senior Class Chooses Mofrto, Flower, Colors "With time comes judgment" is the motto of the senior class. The seniors chose Ihe baby orchid- as the official flower and the colors lavender and silver as the official colors. "I've been measured for my halo" and ''how tall are you?" were heard among the members of the class last week when they were measured for 1 their caps and gowns in one more step toward graduation. The orders for invi- t a l i i n s and-cards were sent lasl week also. f ther senior activities which will occur later in the year In- cljr'e the d-ance, the picnic, and class Ha}, with the junior class spcnrcriiiK the banquet: President Jamie Cornell will announce the rcmainirp senior committees later. quick return to school go to Coach Harry Vandergriff and Evelyn Lc'.vis. PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK "I've b«com« very popuUr in thijnei 8 hborhood, Doc, »inc»jou put me on (h» fish li«U SC Student Directory To Go On Sale Soon After r'u'.h hard work the student directory has been sent to the publishers to be printed and will be on sale soon. The committee consisting of Jamie Cornett, chairman, Barbara Johnson, and .Lois Mitchell copied the names of all FHS students, their addresses and phone numbers from the files. These names \vere typed, checked, and sent to the publisher. After being printed by the publisher . they were proof read a,id now are ready to be published." The riirectry will include not only the names, addresses, and phone numbers of the' students,' but also the same information concerning the teachers. D a t a concerning clubs and organizations will be printed, in the ba .k. Glee Club "Program Tonight A) Gp Vote!, Flutt, Piano Solo* Arc Featured With Chorui . A music program which both' the. young in heart and spirit may enjoy, according to ".rs. Elsie T. Mitchell, sponsor, will be givft tonight in the Root Auditorium by the Girls Glee Club of FHS. Opening the concert at P o'clock will be "The Year's at Spring," by the contemporary composer, Noble Cain. "A Woodlam 1 Symphony' from the andante movement of Beethoven's Fifth Sym- pnony will follow. Selections" for. the program will be arrangements y contemporary composers a n d ' old-masters. Of particular interest will be a flute --solo, Faffnet's, . 'Meditations De Thais" by Jimmy McRoy. He will also' be featured, soloist in an arrangement' of "At Eve I Heard A Flute"' by Lily Strickland, accompanied by Norma Kcnnan in a voice solo. Irish melodies will honor St. Patrick's Day as alto Carole Stenseng sings "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" and the group following in other such songs. Kathleen Johnson will present a piano solo, the "Warsaw Concerto" by R'.chard Addinsell. A selection of light popular songs by the entire chorus will conclude the program. The Glee Club is a self-supporting group and it is necessary to finance transportation costs to t h e . State Vocal-Festival which will be at the Robinson Auditorium in Little Rock, March 20-21. T h e funds also buy new music for the ensuing year. In the year '50-'51 the group rated by judges as excellent. This year the cho~us will enter the festival under class A rating. The group is composed of seven first ' 'sopranos, eight .contraltos and. ten second sopranos. They have performed at various schools and community activities. Admission t o ' t h e concert is 25 and 50 cents. Sonneman, Arnold Named Ugliest Girl And Boy · . Emile Sonneman and Gilbert Arnold · won' first place as the ugliest girl and boy at the community part in Root Auditorium March 11. The contest was to see .which 'tioy and girl could make the greatest change from pretty to ugly. Emile and Gilbert we're chosen by popular vote, each vote costing one cent. The home. room team that received the most votes was- awarded one- participation po:nt for each quarter. Home room 29 won that honor with 18 points as. the prize. Another event was the · door prize, a big cake with' pink frosting, won b y . D i c k Smith, who in turn gave the cake to the Student Council for urr in the refreshment ·com. Chocolate milk, cokes, and sandwiches vere also served in the refreshment room. The sand- wicches were macie by the student body with each sandwich earning one participation point. A -floor show, given' by some of FHS' taiented students, c r nsisted of a movement from Rachmalin- off's Russian Concerto played by Bass Trumbo, who acted as master of ceremonies; "Wheel of fortune" by J. C. Norris ^ 'ith his guitar; "Bermuda" and Sentimental Journey. 1 sung by Carolyn Dunlap and .Barbara Shreve; and a dance by Lena Sue Walker and Hugh Kiricaid to "How Could You Believe Me When' I Told You That I Loved You." The Student Council would like to express its appreciation · to' the community,' the faculty, Station KGRH, The Northwest Arkansas Times, and the student body for their co-operation in making the party a success. Student Couhcvil officer elections will be Thursday. Support your favorite candidates. -- -4- Believe/t or Abt/ WAS NEVER HOMED ALTHOUGH HE NEVER CLOSED A ODOR/ M *· BOCICV MOUNTMNS ·MHSUM*W

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