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Saturday, October 26, 1974
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Femininity And College Football 'By NORMA CONNfeR Bill Lewis Joined the Hazor- back staff as defensive backfield coach in'1973 and'he^ and his vivacious wife, Sandy,'-.moved to Fayetteville that summer. Their move to Fayetteville "fulfilled a dream for Lewis to work under Razorback Coach Frank Broyles, a man whom he had admired for a long time." Both Bill and S a n d y Lewis ^ Simra of Pennsylvania. reared in small CHARACTERS IN PLAY ... Wesley Edwards of Hot Springs, seated, and Dale O'Brien of Nortli Platte, Neb., who will star in the production of "Marat/Sade" at the University of Arkansas Theater next week Actors Portray Lunatics In Production are natives They were towns, located near Philadelphia, where the "elevation and weather are similar to that in Northwest Arkansas." We've found Fayetteville easy to live in," Mrs. Lewis said readily. "We like the convenience of being able to shop for our- needs ri'ght here, and the opportunity to indulge _ in football practice and the excitement of the game without driving for miles as we did in Atlanta, Ga. and where Lewis was backfield coach at Georgia Institute of Technology." The Lewises met when they were students at East Strouds- bury State College, a noted teachers college in Pennsylvania. While Sandy wanted to teach, and she is a certified first grade and kindergarten teacher, her husband thought he wanted to follow professional baseball. Lewis had played major lea- baseball for two seasons friends and confidantes," she said. . . ' Coach and Mrs. Lewis have prepared and served ;. meals on special holidays w h e n the players and their wives were ohliged to remain in Fayette- vile instead of going to their respective homes. Also, the Lewises try to remember meaningful dates, such as birthdays and other anniversa ries, a courtesy o f . love they adopted from one of. Lewis' former coaches and his wile. Mrs. Lewis spoke of her husband as being "very fair with i players." I really think that is the key to his coaching. He doesn't ask a player to follow, certain rules that he himself would not follow. Bill is a demanding coach and a discipi- narian. But then, he disciplines himself and-takes pride in his profession." TTT /or \YOMEN Saturday, Oci. 26, 1974 · iuiiH^ Future Homemakers In Meeting Today F u t u r e Homemakers o f America, Federation I, is holding its annual meeting today at Rogers High School auditorium in Rogers. The theme of the meeting is "Time, .Opportunity and You." F e a t u r e d speakers include Carolyn Lierly Schmitt. a homemaker and pre-school supervisor, Dr. Mary Cotton, Education Wives Get Acquainted At First Session th The first meeting of s e a s o n f o r members Education Wives Club was hel in the home of Mrs. Bill Waltman with -approximately 40 members attending. Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Barry Brown, Mrs. Jack Williamson, Contrary to gue and seen then he had a choice -- Dr. Thomas R. Jones,] director of the University of Arkansas Theater production of "Marat-Sade--the Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade,'"said the actors in the play portray lunatics, some of whom are only dimly conscious of what they are supposed to he performing. The production opens Tuesday and runs through Nov. 2. About the story, Dr. Jones said that, prior to his confinement in the asylum of Charenton, the real-life Marquis de Sade had written and produced plays at his residence, La Coste. Sade was interned in Charenton from 1801 until 1814, where he had further opportunity to write and produce plays, using the patients a actors and even appearing i the plays as an actor himself. According to a contemporary description, Charenton was ar Institution that catered to all whose behaviour had made them s o c i a l l y impossible whether they were lunatics 01 not. In exclusive Paris circles i was considered a rare pleasure to attend Sade's theatrica lerformances I n ' t h i s "biding ilace for the moral rejects of ivilized society." Using this ituation as a point of depar- n r e , Jones 1 ay wright, Peter Persecution..Sade' said, the Weiss, "in has created to continue or to return to East Stroudsbury S t a t e College, where he had played quarter- jack, to coach football. He chose the coaching profession. And, that's good! The description of her husband's personality is echoed by the ten players under his direction. About him, one of his players said, "Coach Lewis is the best coach I've had thus far in school." The remaining nine players agree. Coach Lewis may be disgusted but he never shows it or makes an issue of it. Instead, he places his arm about the shoulder of his player, explains what he is doing wrong and tells him how to correct it. what have seemingly is many said, professor of clothing at University of Arkansas, coaches' wives C o a c h Lewis relaxed before a Razorback football game. "My husband is not a moody person," Mrs. Lewis said. "He is a very organized person which I think contributes to his relaxed, prepared, manner." Coach Lewis has outstanding to some of recognition his players the and Ann Johnson, a nursing student at Sparks Medical Center. A. W. Chism, Street Fayetteville, minister ot Church of tha North Christ in s p e a k o n "There is never a doubt as what Coach Lewis expects me of the most powerful and exciting plays of the century." Veiss's play, he added, is rankly theatrical, a play within. a play, combining ritual and burlesque in its treatment of lorror, violence and assassination during the volatile and tumultuous years during and following the French Revolution. "As theatergoers we ask you to i m a g i n e that you a r e a Parisian audience w a t c h i n g play which has been written from the point of view of 1858 and from the point of view of the Marquis de Sade," Dr. Jones said. The University Theater's his players," one of the Razorbacks said . Another personalized rule, established and kept by Coach Lewis, is the fact that he has plenty of unhurried time for each of his players. An open door policy is kept at his office and at his home. Sandy Lewis joins her husband in his effort to establish good rapport and in keeping communication channels open. 'I try to become acquainted with -' the married players' wives," the personable Mrs. Lewis said. "I remember how important it was to Bill and to me when we as students were recipients of thoughtfulness from his coaches and their wives." A Razorback My husband 1 feel that Coach "although he didn't actually coach them at the end of their career." He is extremely proud of all of his players and w i 1 J be the first to tell you t h a t "while there are those who seem to have an instinct for doing 'the right thing at the right time, all t h e players work equally as hard." Sandy Lewis is amazing when it comes to using football terms. They seem to flow f r o m her vocabulary as if it were part of her first grade curriculum. "I don't want to give the impression that I know everything," she said. "I don't. However, I have lived with a coach for 11 seasons and in discussing football, it is easy to use football terminology." The Lewises have three small sons, Mark, age V, Gregg, age 4, and Jeoff, a g e 2. "All of the boys are football conscious and they understand that their 'ather must be away during 'oolball weekends. However, Fred Vcscolani. Lou Miller and Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mary Ralph Phelps. In the get-acquainted g a m e , Mrs. Sam Yalowitz, won the prize. She president, also con- social development, Entertainment w i l l be provided by Mary and Kuth Teague of Bentonville, K i m Faubus of Huntsville, the Cross Connection from John Brown University and a singer f r o m Siloam Springs Hi'gh School. Federation I of Future Homemakers of America includes s c h o o l s from Washington, Benton and Madison Counties. This year's president is Theo T h o m a s o n o f Fayetleville. Other officers are Darlene Callaway of St. Paul, first vice president; Jackie Bateman of Gentry, second vice president; Regina Bryant of Huntsville, third vice president; Tammy Brown of Rogers, secretary; Mary Cline of Kingston, treasurer; Reba Stevens of Far- ducted the business meeting and introduced other new officers, Mrs. Roy Allen, vice president; Mrs. Wallrnan, secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. Rick Guy ton, reporter. The annual Yuletide dinner was planned for Dec. 12 at the Arkansas Union Ballroom.' were Mrs. William Klingele, Mrs. Gerald Lafferty, Mrs. David Mullins, Mrs. Daniel Rqumagoux, Mrs. John Smith and'Mrs. J os e p i: Thome. Other meetings for the year will include a Feb. 10 c a r d night, an ice cream social on April 26 and a family picnic on June 14. New members present Mrs. Phillip Besonen, mington, G a t e s reporter; Mary Jane of Prairie Grove, historian; Susie Hayes of Siloam Springs, song leader; and Debbie Davis of Ben- lonville, pianist. VA Game Night Held Game night at the VA Hospital, sponsored by th American Legion and Auxiliary was held Tuesday. Members of the Post ani Auxiliary assisting were Joh: and Millie Weir, Dexton an Lexie Weir, Pam Watson Eugene Snow and Bernic production uses a cast of 50 and combines acting, music, singing, dancing, mime, pan- tomine, lighting and sound. The University Theater Box Office is open for reservations by calling 575-4752. wife agreed. and Mrs. Lewis have a very personal interest in us. Not just because my husband plays football, but because they are our .hey haven't become used to I the fact that he must be away I longer periods of time during recruiting season. But they adjust well, and Bill makes up for his time away when he is home," their mother .said. Mrs. impressed with the "fantastic following" Razorback football commands from across the state. "It is really a joy to attend the games and take part in the 'hawg call'." "I enjoy football but not the way I have enjoyed it in Arkansas," Mrs. Lewis said. "I'm glad we are part of the University of Arkansas and the Razorback Athletic Program." Sunshine Parlor Another FAMILY WEEKLY Exclusive - October 27 lamf(v Our Parents. Ourselves, OurKidi-AThrWly t*s«y by Roua Jaffa Qniu 1 io« Wr)1 Do Ymi Kno* Yiwr Nefelibors World f By Senator larllM What Should We Do To Slop Inflation^ October--National Restaurant Month Country Star Roy Clark: "Somehow / Slept Better When I was Poor" "I get carried away with, gadgets.-I see something and I think I just have to have i t . . . I'm like a child. I use a thing once and then, there's never time to use it again." This week FAMILY WEEKLY takes you behind the glamour and bright lights of the country western super-star career of Roy Clark. A hard worker, the star of TV's "Hee Haw" and his wife log in thousands of miles and hundreds of performances each year coast to coast. The money is big, but there is wear and tear emotionally and physically. Read how Clark handles it and what he would really like out of life. In your copy ot the Tim's Pizza with Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Hrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. 71 S. (Old Pancake House! 521-8486 HI. 2 Johnson Kd. Fuysttevill«, Art. BB BAR-B-QUE (3 Blocks South of Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Roams, Carry-Out, Sandwiches We Cater Large and Small Groups, Too! Ph. 442-9674 11.9 Weekdays, 11-10 p.m. Fri-Sat.-Sun.--Closed Tnes. Closed Mon, at 3 p.m. Venesian Inn Hwy. 68 West -- Tontifown Open 4-9 (Closed Sunday) BankAnierlcard -- Master Gbarffa Now Open Display Area Available For Original . Arts and Crafts. 526 W' Dickson GOLD Top Prices Paid For Old Gold and Jewelry. Underwood's 611 W. Dickson, Fayettevilli lode! wears a mousseline rinted gown from the Saint ,aureiit 1975 spring-summer carty-lo-wear collection pre- ented Tuesday in Paris. (AP Virephnto) Endorses Clinton WASHINGTON (AP) -- Th alional Committee for an E active Congress has endorsi he. candidacy of Bill Clinto Democratic nominee f ongress in Arkansas' 3rd D rict. Women Compete For Championship SILOAM SPRINGS--Twelve embers of the Women's Golf ssociation participated in the mual tournament at the urse on Thursday which rried the championship title, rs. Hollie Crockett had tha west,score, an 82, while Mrs. utlr Blood was runner-up with 87, and also low net winner the championship flight. In the other 'group of golfers, rs. Ferrel Gean won low ross and Mrs. Aileen Millsap on low net. Announcement of the winners as made by Mrs. Kay Syler, ice-president and tournament hairman. Each winner will eceive a trophy to be resented at the December iceting. Haunted House Set For Siloam Springs A Halloween "haunted house" ttraction will be staged in jiloam Springs Oct. 31 through Jov. 2. Campus Action, an rganization of John B r o w n University students, invites the public to "tour" the house from ·30 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday and 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. in Friday and Saturday. The "haunted house" will consist of eerie scenes, monsters, and other related Hallo- veon thrills. The house is located under the Siloam Springs water tower, northeast of the business district at 513 Benton Street. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week iwiiiiiiiiniiiiiiim^ Daily Calendar of Events 'onight Amaranth Order Bean Supper, Ozarks E'ectric, 5 p.m. to 7 ).m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Springdale Dance Club, American Legion Hut, Springdale, :30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafetorium, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters hi riertraUct |U» ISM KM N. College «3-2ZD For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- «W2« City Parking Lot In Rear Sunday Sunday j .mi Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut; 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. CHICKEN HOUSE Serving The World's Finest Fried Chicken Hwy. 71 N. Springdale Marty Marys COACHMAN RESTAURANT 1212 N. College Colonial Village Meet your friends at (he COACHMAN RESTAURANT TUBS., thru Sat., 5 p.m. til 10 p.m. Sunday, II a.m. (il 3 p.m. ·ad ddtdnus . . . STEAKS «c SHRIMPS Own £9:30 P.M. Closed Sunday Sf MonSay KICK BOWK. fligfcway 112 North -- +13-2228 Arkatt0a# Bring the Family and Dine In Comfort at the Breakfast «:30-10:30 Lunch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5:00-9:00 09 BUFFET 3 kinds of meal, assorted vegetables, salads, home made pies. Restaurant Will Close 2 p.m. Sunday 2 miles ot county roads rebuilt; and 120.75 miles of road re-sealed since 196D. ?j New motor graders, bulldozers and other road- b u i l d i n g e q u i p m e n t has been purchased regularly to provide the best-maintained gravel road system in our history. LJThe longest county bridge completed in 1973 fo span the Middle Fork of While River, a dangerous ford where one person drowned in recent years. Built with surplus steel to stretch county tax dollars at a cost of only $100 t OOO. Your County Judge has charge of roads and bridges (Ark. Const, art 7, sec. 28) Judge Voi Lester has shown you he's in charge! ·j^-22.2 miles of hot-mix a s p h a l t n a s been applied to c o u n t y roads in the. past two years, the first County- Judge to begin a p r o g r a m . These"projects are scattered from Springdale to Lincoln, Winslow and Elkins areas. | ts\ Purchased an asphalt applicator and m i x i n g m a c h i n e in 1973 to improve methods ot blacktopping c o u n t y roads with county personnel. LJ^EIiminatert 14 one-lane and 10 low-water bridges lives of persons all over the county. Three brand new bridges b u i l t across dangerous and inco nvenient fords. LfjBegan a system ot numbering.county roads for your convenience. Re-elect Judge Vol Lester A man you can trust Political Ad Paid For By Vol Lester

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