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   Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - February 27, 1967, Albuquerque, New Mexico                                 albuquerque journal  February 27, 1967  UNM Senior Day  Misha P s Mar Santa  Fe Trip  Junior Miss Tells  Curriculum, housing and}  in Ry SVE HETTMANSPERGER  campus activities will bei Dy   of Shock  .buquerque Junior Miss con-down to three minutes and re “I was afraid I  would  among topics high school sen-| A series of minor mis. ,  she said . .< From then |member which parts I had 1: ^^ o nte d  by a room fun of  jors will explore March ll at haps marked Sandl Loin-;    ■,.    cut out.    °S res    nut    t0     j ’  the    University    of    New    Mcxi- mas son’s    recent trip    to San-     0 "'    everything was a series| ^ ^ ^    ^     were ithey were    J» ^IpM    and easy  co's annual High School Sen-  ta Fe  , 0  compete in the     rop     '    rested royally, each girl had •£«,*    ', alked wlth thcm    ,or E3y -    ,    ., ; sta,e  f"»ls after becoming    ••“»    ; a private car and  chauffeur,"  loncer .  A long-time tradition, the Albuquerque’s Junior Miss. “First, I had to check out    ‘ ^  the main thing they   event brings seniors from  The  Sandia High School sen- of school, pack and iron all  aa ” ni  .    .     h    were     interested    in    was    each  schools    throughoid New    Mexi-     lor    was     first    runner-up    in    the     my     (j resses anc j    get to .Santa    ‘'    .    ,     n « r ,; ( ,    personality    and    poise    when  co to the Albuquerque cam-  p .*,*     #     ^    I     Fe before 6 p . m .  Before  this.    *3$,    -Promp.u    «*•  " the literature to the Jaycees state,” she remembered. (asked, she sal .  . ,    ,    L-    .    Quizzed    on    State  (contest sponsors) had gotten Close friends  lost    in the mail    from Santa  Fe.    I was in a    whirl of last  minute rushes,” Sandi said.  A last minute alteration of her talent skit, a dramatic in  Upperclassmen  Registration at 8:30 a.rn.II was told I had won the Al-, will be followed with a general assembly addressed by University deans at the Student I nion.    .    lift* I  Small discussion groups  r °' \/f/jf|}e    IfllYPfl  lated ’o various fields of study f ICU/O    lr! IACI*  I will enable seniors to direct 1     p    1  questions to members of the    t    Y(ZSllTfl£fl  UNM faculty.  They will meet UNM student leaders and visit residence halls, fraternity and sorority houses to round out their picture of campus life.  ‘In fact, Jeanelle Living-  One of the questions asked was “If you were chosen to  ***    ---------- |wa© ii yuu wclc    w  rton, the winner of the con-| re p resent  ^ew Mexico in the test, had been the treasurer: na tional contest, what would of a state and we got to be  you  ^ e |j contestants about  [your state?”  • I Cm  close friends,” Sandi said.  Each contestant was re-r  Sandi enter ed the contest terpretation of Dorothy Park- quired to participate in a  con ‘ because she wanted to gain er’s “The Waltz,” was neces- ference with judges so that experience. She plans to at-sary. “My skit was five min-jthey would become better ac- , en( j University of New  * f    Mexico,    major in home eco-  Top Ten Tunes  Bv DIANN MERRITT    -    •  Freshmen attending R lo jutes long and I had to cut itjquamted.  ; Grande High School appear to be getting a mixed reaction from the upperclassmen, according to a recent survey.  Because of crowded conditions in city junior high schools, both Rio Grande and  WEI  TAKE A GOOD LOOK: Tom Holly-field, Rio Grande High School junior, re mom liers to take a good look —  I. RUBY TUESDAY  ing Stones  up, down and all “window shopping  for a used car, (Journal photo)  Science Fairs Will Be Held  By 15 Schools  Psst! Kid, Wanna Buy a Nice Car?  I NEW YORK (UPI) — The iWest    S    C  + „ h  ? ° lf  national list of IO top singtel 0 ^”^.^ doors to fresh-  pop records for this week,  as i ^  a< I, HpnJi at Rio elected by    Billboard Maga-I     stude ? ts .     R ‘°  le    o the    basis of air play    grand* were aished what they  I j .    thought about having fresh-,  land sales,    men,    most    interviewed  ' oil * j  thought it was fine. A junior. Isabel    Torres said,    “It s all  2.    LOVE    IS HERE AND    right.    They’re just    kids like  HOW YOU’RE GONE — Su- rest of us. The only dif-premes    (ference    is that they’re young-  3    KIND    OF A DRAG —    cr ’  I Buckinghams    :    Others    heartily disagreed.  Sophomore Patricea Barnes 1  4, HABY I NEED ABIR *  doI) ,,  )hmk rjghtj   (AVIV T.thnnv Rivprs    .1___  because by the time they’re  Bv KKITII HENRY  place to check is the tailpipe  LOVIN’ — Johnny Rivers  5. GEORGY    GIRL    —    Seek-    juniors, everything will seem  ers    dead.”  6. THE BEAT GOES ON - Juanita Bogart, who is a  I Sonnv and Cher    junior,    said, “They show what I  ■ 7 GIVE ME    SOME LOVIN’' grade they’re in by their ac  — Spencer Davis Group  tlo J} s -THEN YOU CAN TE LI  ihe   and science  Science fairs open houses will be held Albuquerque Public S  15  A buquerque vises teenage junior and senior highs during Which is bt Ma ran as they point toward “First of ; the Northwest New M e x i co  kn0  J  w ^^ actlV  Regional Science Fair to be  About 90 per cent of traditional ideas on buying a used •ar an' pure hogwash, Lyle Haworth, salesman with an car dealer ad  its up to you you have to at you want,'  because if a car is burning oil ME GOODBYE - Casinos he pipe will be sooty and if it 9. SOCK IT TO ME BABY  s running well the pipe will _ M.tch Ryder and The Dele a clean-gray color.  Haworth said many people •'’ak at the mileage indicator nd try to see if it has been set back  troit WI eels IO. I’M A  Monkees  BELIEVER  much  good any more because said Haworth, “lf you know dealer can’t be dishones  he Number, Please?  *-- 111 a JU1UU* *»*&!* -VWVW.  ate *• a.i ‘v what you want, it won’t take hopes to stay in business. . PARIS db — To get a tele- j£ ev in Kent likes being in high: sandi Lommasson held March 31 and April I.  a9  long to find out if ths deal- The last thing to remember, phone in France you need an achoo], because ’Tm given Albuquerque’s public schools er has it or not.”    according    to Haworth, is ah application and a lot of pa- more responsibility and it s a  seniors seem to think having freshmen is a good idea. Jan YanVleet says that ifs a wonderful opportunity fur the freshmen and Linda Warnack thinks it’s <1 great idea because . . we seniors have more kids to rule over.’ The freshmen had varied opinions on the subject. Ronnie Vallegos would rather be ha a junior high school and  nomics and minor in mass communications,  “I put to the test my abili-j ties and every ing I’ve I learned as a model and instructor at a local charm school. I have taken courses un drama and speech.” Sandi’s honors are not limited to the beauty field. An honor roll student, she w r as also named DAR runner-up, Student Council secretary, and Girl’s State Secretary of State. She is also a member of two Sandia High School service clubs.  Hence. The government has  lot of fun  »•  wn allocated IOO' "Ana ii you are uueresieaiways wsv    ™ -77 tience. lie goveramciu  .    4iininr don’t hesitate to tell the sales-!if you really like it. This will promised those who have ap-  senior high and luo J    man,” Haworth said. “Don’tjalso help you tell how well  p || ec j f or  telephones they will  high exhibit spaces for the re-    -    —    -    —    •     —    _______ ________  w     application and a lot of pa- more responsibility and ifs a  And if you are    interested    ways test    drive the car to see .    -    —    - -------.....  i really Ii’ “  rm ‘ i  * 1 ”'  *  n you  ......."    p.lea ior iciepuuuc* u^-.,    a    HIFS   w   ___—lf    lie to him. He knows if youjthe car runs.  iget them by the fall of 1968 ”     3     ,  gior.al event, to be held rn the can really get that much bet-    . •>    '    But a recent marketing sur- ATHENS Lf* — Anybody who  Univer tty    of    New Mexico    ter a deal somewhere else.    IVlenauI    {Names     ve y  sa ys    it may take five    wants to    get    ejected  basketball    arena under the di»!and you’d only    e hurting    u ftnor  Students    years or    more.    The    survey    Greece’s general    elections rn  reel.on of    Carl    Zweig of the    yourself because if    he knows     n ® nor     reported    only    one    French    May will    have  UNM faculty.    you’re lying hi might not J*™'***'    role of family in five has a telephone ladies  In line with the planned de- give you as good a deal    ‘    ‘    ^ ho0l    Ve    in     f    Lnrt:-    ve    as-    Salesmen    know    when    you’re  ;emester of the 1966-6? schoo  '■ .    ”■    _    -     m~i    I •* AI wa va huv f-nm a reoil- .ioi.  Visitor Blew In  emphasis of Pcc**s of "he  competitive asse.enc e fairs a’ tor high level, many of the schools are sponsoring science open house activities without formal judging.  Two schools — Mad Junior H.g.i and Van Buren  just making excuses  He also advises: “Always buy table dealer.” means a well -who also sells  from a re] By this knowrn dea new ca  Junior H-gh — held their science fairs last week. The 15 scheduled during March include:  FRIDAY. MARCH  l* NI science lair  B  *“•- **  ’.Rite piACe nlfig  aary K e run  he Ninth g der roll were  kp n • -c ' Ga  C 0 r.    **    -    ---- Albuquerque;  cause he will take better care j n*th»n cr  , .....    ......    v    nmKl--- mr  to woo the  iicta «         The    Ministry    of    the  and ’ha’ 2 4 million persons Interior has announced that 3.1  first  want one. The government, million women will be eugi-  however plans for only 1.5 : Ie to vote ^ million new telephone sub- than the total male e*ec o  jdents on the scribers by 1972.  ate -  _______________-— —  Exchange Student Had Rough Trip  lave proolems  ii*  aw  3—Mftr.au  NE  % ’I JJA J'OdCW* *  .    ,    !0    5 I .Ti . OPWi  1 p.m    ■.. - i* a  j m.AV    MARCH 3-  ,    .    jg    CATaei u SE ■  01 you ii y ;u after you buy.  “Check the car to see if it is clean, and do the same t • the engine. Chances are that  ■od and forte F CArkti Mxon; Laura    A Le  Tenth grade *md an Ait iquerq  ira; Robert I> ■4 ne. Ne'  ue  a eng:  pr<  id y  car are in good c  pu’ll have .  A: I Elf  Ohio; Lar 3 grade —  ■ At:Many Things Different In Tcaching in Alrica  100,000 more By Ernest Killer  Elizabeth Lotichran, Rio Grande’s brown-bai blue-eyed 1%7 Exchange Student, got mo(*e than bargained for on the boat iii'- to the U. S.  Td,  she  tteg. Ma* 1 - ale: a •» arere Randy Cl ap-  Crelgh Gordon. Tar*'; 0*15 Lweki. ir MarF'ar’.ar.e, Mid-Sac che*. SelU  Ba er Al  TU,  A  — M % r  A lr lane Hanr.ay, Ste «ia MaeMas. Rawlins. W -aor — I'rs’j Ha Dur*0. r tall e El r.w aid    C  arr.. M Richard I*; '•ar I ucks Owyhee N  .<•' r, .    e,r    n.t    Cit  )ccer and vol  & 30 a rn lo -be wen to me rn. Faculty sp> iarlaon *    R»«  ■ * y M A R C H '"i'll £»•  . j, eooperaim -a. inc Jai r.a. a  c *:  :: -  rpose  H  >.  4  M  H  la  WEDNESDAY MAI ■ in Br ac» a>  " e in I--* m 124 i p.m. Fatuity srunea .  A EDNESDAY, MAJ  ard Homer %—GrKfit KE *eiene*  NE  ' Jmim \  Dd exrut n s tram 4 I© art KU o  I dtporuc* AY, MARCI 4^ Com  HOYA* CAR DI LIVER I  TOKYO (UPI) — A 111  Saturday to Emperor Hirons t , The Nissan Prin e Roy . Joins eight foreign - mad* I rr.ouski.vs it. tl.e royal ga-rig*  By ANNE HILLERMAN .sports were Ifs hard to convince Charles leybail.  Kennedv    that    Albuquerque    Almost C hamps  • asketball fans take    the game    "I organized a    baseball and,  a basketball team and the basat Pius ketball squad became t h e member    champion of the    South    end of ^  his Port    the country. We    were    beaten  squad had rn the national champion- ^ a resider  “Our home i sure v, it,” re At of dampe water and B  Ne  boat ho the me and we e were going  calls Elizabeth, ie pmnt her spir its ned by two inc u in her cabin. The lizabeth, although [at*-, arrived safe York despite the Mf. She went from o Chicago by ti un  edge of «i weren’t t o rn a k e  were   3 cr  The B-team coach X High School can re three years ago when Lacko basketball to take refuge in  am, Fro  ther tm  ships  up  dd’  and await rescue by the p- The team wasn’t the or. y lice after winning a bara- disappointment at the cham-  lor y fought contest.    pionships. Mr. Kennedy re-    i xtreme Types  The incident — one of many    called mat he recruited a    she    has    little    palier  while Kennedy was teaching    group of village girls    and    ,h ose     people    who    Re  for the Peace Corps in Sierra trained them to be cheerlead- |jj English teenagers Leone on the rainy west coast| ers  ‘ But when they got to protestors. of Africa — make the antics     t < n€ . city and saw all    those  I fans seem mild. And     pt , 0 pj e  they chickened    out.”     ox *r  d  re me  Graded Low By Students  By MAUREEN MOSIER  According to a random survey of Del Norte High School [students, many students  would give the school’s present grading system an “F”.  About HO students were interviewed for the survey. The majority said they were un-h ippy with the present grad-m system, but felt s one evaluation system was necessary to keep ’he students “going.”  Several students suggested the grading system be altered to merely “passing” or  “failing.”  I “Personally, I think having grades is stupid because, like  rn one of my classes, if you turn in your work that is nut up to standards, but is your 'best, you make an *F’,” said lunier Claudia Harms. “On the other hand, some kids (don’t do anything and get i*F’s\ too. I really don’t think q i- fair for the kids uho try ;.r.i make ‘F’ and the k.ds kids who don’t do anything and make ‘F*. One *F* for working is just as had as the '*F* f >r not working.”  For the Birds Junior Donna Logsdon said •*I thir k this gr iding system j § f>r the birds. I don’t feel it re Jill V gives the student a fair [chance, but I do feel we need ■ i m unless someone < I se mm** lid with a better svs-  outdo  rn  IX rea-  were  itudents  I. P  ed f-  mal  in  icr problems     rue. »n    mane      is assign    iment a      Sy easy          One of *    he prol      snake    ■s,“ K      ed. “Th    iree or      kes fell    out of      a boys.    Each     cf teaching * new Afrits I iv cs I 1  us ieia-  af-  ih-  t he re  The most exciting moment for Kennedy’s team ca ter it won a game in a boring village.  “We were driving    out of  there in our pickup    truck,  with the people running along behind p< itir g us with sticks and stones, when ad  (, f a sud  .......... -    _    den the driver stopped, and  was quite    an    uproar.”     a j] the boys jumped    out,”  Hard    to    Explain    Kennedy said.  KcnnHy. young and full ">^ ^  ff (hem  good apmts. apent two year,  h>d dropped hjl waUet . A fight ''  I ll/jltV  Altitude  I. a itch ru n  Differ  h fpeU  d:  our times he rafters • ne mere  lac  before coming to  other hi can teen    Em  i>roke nut but we got buck  a in 6 < *o the village and I got the  On  Arn  n Africa St. Pius.  “If I had said to any of my     on ~     of m  houses  ’f 1 ” « ^it-re bing .at arc     wom an    who lived there   b * Sl A , kn “*    L od at least ■' «    : ">e »t us to get out  “r*. I *ould spend at lea ,    ,. ; , ve d    until the polio.  E pet t  such  mini  mod de  ; urn Fin gers  “lh  Ry  no  'r in  “Frig  .ruf  fian  tv iff  identi  md th  laid st “I I  i* m ai  ink  ruts; 5 de-for an edu-  w ant to s to please ,ui e * h e v  you take,” Martinez ;h >uld have  •olleees use  a basis of entrant  Dr  said bu Raps System  “Grades a r (i based on the cia?  a junior.  basically is a whole.  rn  .ne  ye P<  Bt  al  Lac ko  * quiv -, 12th the in-the village of the boys background  he fed a lot I th whilf  Mi  in  bu  came for us ‘  Did Good  Mr. Kennedy said the Peace Corps did Sierra Leone “to offset idea that if a man ^ he will exploit you ”  * Few of the basketball pl i  knowledge,    ers had tennis shot “  Anomer problem concerned Kennedy said. ‘ so I would go  superstition Anc em tribal around and try to bum old ^ reliefs are still dominant, Ken- shoes oft other Peace Corpsy nedy said,    people there. Peace Corps  “One < f  my star basketball (volunteers always wort en  players was an intelligent nis shoes. We’d walk down . ,ung ter named Bismark the street and the kids would ’arho,” Mr. Kennedy recalled point at our  ‘Or >■ day, as a pf actu a1 jokeJ“Peare ( O J P oine of tile other boys put Corpse,  powder in Casbo’ll I ga’.e the o d shoe?  Mit/ln'f fonvmre h  Likes Co l duration  of  f»e t an  I     Tit    nr ar    jury difference    he      tween beth, I    Arn. * TS,  % til’    jrican and Eng according to Kl ut the former h    ave (      more    free    dom          “Te«    »nag<    prs here h    i a vc      greate    r Ii    reedom; more    of      them I    rave    curs and can c<    anc      and g<    > JIH    they please.”          Sup!        fly, she feels    that]      more    teen    agers go to chi    irch      I he re t    han    in her own cour    it ry,      but “moi a    i s have a tend!    - n ‘ y      do be    mo    re lax here.”          “Da    ting    in the U    .S. ,        n’t, there is n les for part  re.    i ii (• i ID*    Th    is is very        for the s*u-      - time    de    n t wh (%  Ii ft s    • P-    dentSal, but          w<     t  /I AV !  >rd , grades    lop    it. In other iu11I be indi-      Dew. atlivi? ii    ii ’ ‘.ii  has won Deluding v in or        dually base        W i t h the      Gr <nde. She ous aw rd-, i  id place troph    [ g!  I * i    ailing systr  ochers can    rn w  I, a    e have now,  ci it* cnnv      t the recent V    alley In-    ; n    cots Peggy    ( );> I    esby, junior.      a1 Speech Toui    nament        Sixteen - ye    a r -    old J a n e I      also a mernb«    sr of the    Stump’s ma    in    gripe was     •nior  {» Royal f ’ * : a I lot 1st* ic re of the ballet "Po• s a braided velvet tuna dick sports a multi-colon a hat that's part stove I  di.se IMarianne with wide floral pants embroidered jacket , pail sombrero. (UPI Photo)  * t li  ng  A <  [feted to my players and the it ii rig vc .isn’t c a used were really proud of ll  1  rn pints He burned his;Kennedy recalled. “The and vs a# out of school 11 was leaving for home ck, trying to placate of them came up and saki  a im i u ch  U I  enate, student coun-. t il, Los Historlanos, and the) ho skating club. She • -  a  Senior Girl Scout.  Elizabeth’s hobbies int ludo playing the piano, field hock «>y, and swimming After I ao on i ! n Now York with the 3500 students in a P.t I future i  “Grades nu sure on the  really don t get th fit of the course v, pushed so much ” “! think if  f<»ti much prestudent and they full boneen they’re  w e  raduaton, us ti ip to  •ould have  grading, it t hey could passing or .more Tom  day  ore  orne  bool system wmcn ^-girl relationships vv.ty of life. ’ She  he spirit world.”    (‘Thank    you    for    everything,(finds it strange thai Amerl  He said that while students 1  Mr. Kennedy, and thank you n Sierra Leone are v a r y ! for all Hie Peace Corpses you ports - minded, the principal j gave us.  tending the I nivei h.an' he.Ster wbete major iii iii story. Concerning het stay  can teenagers often  dal a\?St  Q *n*  § to spprec era! persons at the same time. taugni m    ,,  “In England there Is more different way    .  in Al  •It has ilnte ;i  FOR REAL VALUE  ni;o:r;g:e3  SUPERIOR FURNITURE COMPANY SOO 2nd SW    242-2480   

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