Canyon Sunday News in Canyon, Texas
2 Sep 1973

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2 Sep 1973

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Canyon Sunday News (Newspaper) - September 2, 1973, Canyon, Texas Microfilm Guntor Inep. 0. La of �5136 Dallas Texas 75233� it still in race for a amp m clinic we a Texas state in two to f a kit a a Al am Anllo Medica clinic at wok end As the i Center is a he haul there Buff games to have open seating policy an open seating policy Tor West Texas state University students within their area will go into a Tinct sept b when the he aloes open their football season in Frank Kimbrough memorial stadium against Drake students have been required in the past to pick up reserved edits prior to the game but this new policy will allow the students to sit in unreserved seats within the student Section no tickets will he i ked up prior to the game but will be Given at the games. Students Wilt present their activity card and student identification cards at the game and those cards will in title each student to an unreserved seat. Students sit on the West Side of the stadium below the Cross walk in set Lions a. But. De 1and it it special Date tickets will be available for guests of students for $2 each student has the night to but Only a Date ticket per Gam 1�?The new policy in tickets will allow students to sit with friends Buff Lake meet slated thursday let it to std i itis ens Puhn the survival of Buffalo Lak hoping that a Puoh. To her toured a it n a turn up j. A tip Ltd als Tor a i v the i up or gram a rough i Sony hop survival but he a this summer w Hen Mia ton of Buffal oif or a in the i and other groups As Long As the students arrive at the same time to pick up their tickets at the special ticket Booths on the stadium s West Side at both the North and South ends. The student leadership on Terence voted earlier this week to change the policy Start my with the 197 i football season season football tickets will remain on Sale at the West Lexas state University ticket office through Friday. Season tickets Are s of for i hair seats although there Are less than fit of those remaining and $24 for Bench seats for the six Home games season tickets allow fans to save >1 per game on each ticket Over the regular Purchase Price athletic business manager Wayn Kay said saturday there War Mort that 4.400 season tickets sold this year 1 hat or aks the ail time or St Ason Sale on Teh to set last year at 4, 104 fhe buffaloes have a pair of promotions set Tor the opening Gam against Drake and it is hoped that on f them will turn into a habit to 7 Ai p m game saturday we he Maroon night and Ali Tan Are being t n. d t Wear us Meiming to the game of is a question As to whether such a clinic would meet the dedication requirement which stipulates health usage As a prime Factor he said a foundation committee will travel to a amp a and to Richardson to look Over clinics and would report Hack to the foundation Board sept. Id the clinic would be administered by a amp mar Charles Smallwood Dean of the school of agriculture at West Texas state i University said he feels that Etsu still has a Chance hut it will be difficult or Smallwood said some Way must be found to overcome objections within the a amp a administration to putting the clinic on the a tsp Campus. Or William Sippel chairman of the a amp a site committee said the clinic location will be Back in the hands of the a amp a Board it Amarillo area foundation turns it Down for the medical Center. Or Sippel is director of veterinarian diagnostic laboratories at a amp a possible Sites. Other than the medical Center and w1su, include the Titi a amps and the Bush land Experiment station the Canyon sunday news vol. 4 no. 52 sunday september 2,1973 8 pages 15 cents math prof wills fund to Etsu miss Edna Ltd Vai s professor at 1, was male l University for 13 years has bequeathed $ 44 the institution. President registration came to a close saturday w Ith a slight gain m full time students at West 1 exas Maleno Ersita. 1 his Marks the Advent of a new Era under the new administration of or Lloyd i. Watkins As president of the Uio varsity. Here students Are show n putting the finishing touche a on Egisti Alion of a a is. Is to a idea of wearing West Lexas state games catch iat it will loll the Basket i in so Tii Iau d a Quot butt does food of a stores in thru a combined with mat 1er a 1l< a the of neg Gam i Hie to obtain a $1 t for a $ a her a a Lloyd 1 Watkins said 1. An think of no More fitting memorial to this tin prof Susor fir Watkins said she spent her lit time a ipg stud its at West in Ems state University and hero. Wall continue to a p the in future. Years Wear deeply grateful mis Graham who retired from w �>1 in i -2 after Dis Etsu enrolment is up after three year decline the fact that ii principal s and feeder Idle has a Eli Irne Over the past Sun it Ither f actors Ciu for the incr East prot it red runs Limi by members d to faculty and an turn in a lit to Ili ends 31-year Etsu career typing head retires it i i t head it the West ii chs mat t mix it mathematics department Dis Powys mount d arrangement i 1 Quot Edna i Rafia in math scholarship recipient presented to do department by butt mams 11 on it >1 a i 4-h adult forum meets sept. 10-12 Iceni. Paper to top Ami ins a Pari Rossiti. Mrs us Ham Hai,.,n to i Send a Hel my band in sound cases papera hav been to it Uil Tun for procrastinating stud i h u i to do minutes of Ltd and it take up the assignments in of part i Iti w t a had it or St ii that hard cult s Stori s mrs Vav i so laughed and whether t. Time it an help. Usi i pen is o g �1 Oli Nuch other work a is a a Laig and How much Type Gene court says no Road care i. To a a a Iti ingest i Jet to 11 football special today 9 30 i Ken -1 s. F Hanne a w ill an a Spelma do minute program i 9 Iti a Dav. Huh will highlight die in. West l e a a a male t Niv Ersita Fimi thab a we sport ast. T s Emi i h rash it and Stev 1 Board member resigns Post struck i on ,1. T hat Field appear. On behalf of m it it it rms s estates and a it told that roads in that St division would not be amp Tor county Mam ten an the a it at it fund us a Iii a it la Fco i Emu Munch bawled Ida Ted o u t t hat i Oad s Rau when not m us a Don Dickerson Lias resigned Iso noted that a Road in the same from the Kandau county school ,.,i it i will by the Sam Hoard a h it stale of he is moving to Botter county deter ration because in has nut Dickerson was appointed in. J Khz to represent Brecon a i Moe use enough a ii in in lures showing the Board Wien mrs h Burt weeds grow my up through a Washington moved out of the halt pavement precinct he Dev lot was told Locum Dickerson resignation came 1 thursday at a meeting of the Board it w hich a budget of i be accepted Lor was approved ais., do Koth Assi Stati Dir Tor and state Agri 1 within. A a or cultural f in a set Sevare at t Otter station Peak my a i i net Hatling in the honorable Ari Berry at judge of the Dot Mestis relation court of bolter county do Ussong when Vizulis lion in or k w Ith i cens and 11 it who w i unit w in x tension in a development. Utilis i Brasher and pm a i. Onui m Tii Subiti .>10 to Oak lev produce the t a Liu a and they Spe it Al tin to be accepted Lor working m i lid and build it Oldham Sou i Ulken in inti Happ nth overhead ? going on co daily faculty to Pes As win Asp Lipet mrs t Livia Oldham

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