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Legislature Passed Two Bills Of Interest To Junior Colleges Accordln1 to sue Pr 1· dent P. A. Cbn t.aason, several blll~ or Inter• a 1 to Junior collec•:a • •e p:lllsed by the Idaho t..rldslature last vref'k. Mr. Cbrlstlansoo : • turned last F'rtdl,J' from Boise. •he re h<' ~ at three d:aya vtslt1n1 th<i ledslatu: In auston. The Leclslature PllaCd House Bill 418, which a.ppn: • ortaied $1,500,000 to be di • utbu1ed to tbe thr c .tunlor • colleces on 1be hula of al&· dent enrollment o•er Ille biennium. North Idaho Janior Collece'a share ..111 be ai>orolUmatel.Y $300.000 tor tbt' biennium. or $150,000 l'('r school year. President Cbrlatlanson also sr.otcd for the Revie w that Bouse Bill l:! I as amendt'd was passed by the HousP and • Senate. In es.qence tbls bill makes It poss! ble tor students In one Junior collece aru to attond nnother Junior colle~e In the state "ltbout betna personall.Y liable tor 1he non· restden1 tuition. tr the colics,. board or the resident Junior colle1e !eels that It Is Jua· ti fled. Both ot these bills have passed both houses or the l>Le1talature and ••llll th~ slsna1urf' of GO\'emor Samurl· son.

. LOG SCALING COURSE TO START APRIL 10 Clarence H•ull.b1. bead .of the vocational-to cbntcAI dP· I partmen1. announced that a beclnner's course In loa acalln1 ..111 becln April 10 at t\1JC. Tbe course "Ill b. •a two-..-eek. 60-hour cours Umlled to 15 &tudenLS. Ad· mlllance will be Cl Vt'D 10 •persona worktnc In lumber mllls In COt>ur d'Alene, be sa.td. If sumclent tntereat Is shown. another cours<' will ..be offered at a later d41e. accordtac to Hausht . The class wlll Ii<' tnuahl b) Wayne :-/l'WCOmb. NOrlh\\eSI Timber wlll rumlsb th ... lop ror p111c tlcl' , Hausht con· cludt>d.

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Guidance Conferenc; On April 19 Will Be 19th Held At NIJC i ~ · n1 ·. '• -. '~1 1uinua1 l.1\l1:J· C>n! · r n A•ll 11 Id \Ml 19 In th• NIJC ll)'m. Tbls conCNence Is ePC>nso r J b~ CO('ur d' AlrM Kl,.anln Club . Co ur d',\lf'n" Chamber ot Comm re<' , achnlarahll' donors. and :-;tJC. "Thrpurpoacoltha Outdance Conf••n•nce I. Lo r~·o•mphu ~lr.~ IO t'ACh hl1h &Choo\ ftr•nlOI th• nrcuMlly of addlllonol uatnlnc atrordrd b> colh·~~•. Junior coll .. unl•<r•lllun, tmd•• ~chool . UPllf<'ntl <'~·

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PIE-EATING CONTEST AT CAMPUS DAYS A pl,.., a1 n "l . u1 be h Id ln hvnl ~I • St:B ctn:· In~ Campus \leek. :llAy 1 • 6. "Both p:la &nd bo>S C811 en•N. and we hope Iba. sc::ie of thr facultJ "'tll psrtlc • pate." n.ld Grant lo!< rrtmar. chairman or the pic~tlDl contes1. Rei;ls1111Uon

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Card"P1'11ni will conUn1JO to b<l resutc:ed to th" bas • nl c,a:nt'l1om In lbc SUB and St: B c:uslc ,. Ill conun~ 10 lit- p:o,ided by JukebO ralb : Ulan by till' aler equJp:i nt lo Room s-~. ac· ·dl:lc to a decision IUI· noaoc d by :Ill' Student l..'nlon Comm11tce. Tbc cr~I>. •blch rccentb' m t !o: the !lr~t Ucie la t•o yM·s. Is made up ot Weston Hate!:, Frank Evans, J.llu O,.,::ru'.lt' Gllber: . Nell Pct~r· 60ll. Speedy RelllJ. and ~llke

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:Sa1Jacal Slcdmt ~tense Loans •bO ..Ul be leaYl:lc ~-UC al tb" eal! o! tbls &emes· 1r: ::i1!ll: b.tl'<e a c!ost -au: Ir.· umew wltl:. l:lci. Tbe lntemews will lnt!~d revtewt.ac lt>&D au=arte nitn~ ~pe,:rcie:it ter.:.s. ana 9$tabUshlnJ future plans. u1d ~an Stone. Slone :eqoes:ed that alu· de11U1 renal plans U> teach so that "the IO'!C annual de· duct ans can be arranccd." H~ aa.td !bat colle;e plans "also make • dUCe"'nce." A\\S will hold a Mother· DaulhtN Tea April ~3 at 1:00 p.m. 1n tbe SUB. The club will aponsor a car wash April 8 at Albertson& to ralae mone3 101 th<' ev~nt.

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A similar commltl"e op< r:uea In the vocational educallon ar.-a ot the colleae. The con· mlt~e also ln>lted r pr 111~n· tathea troi:n •be academic are of the collei:e : with II.

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CHAMPOUX TO LECTURE ON EARLY EXPLORERS Ru·· ard c· ... p '"'· r.sln ,, of "· 1"'· . n • t• p.ar.· m<'nt. wlll I ctuM on '" • Columbian t!Jplor ra on AOnl s u 1 30 tn th sun Ir. hi& apeech, "The ftorm In Hl tory or lh~ :.tan that Burl"ll sion11r.". Champou1 will ou11ln Lhct <:4nUO\'t'rllJ' aboul or• -Colurnbllln eJplo"'r and wll I r~ late u les of alleit<'d explor r • Champoa1 nld ht? O\'lll then lhll,. l'YI• d"n~ ln~ludln~ documtnta, mapa and a!llfo"t . EWSC ADMISSIOHS DIRECTOR CDMINC \Ir. K~nn»th K~nn"d'·. Dir• c~ctor ot AdmllNllDn ar Eallcim \liaahln1ton 6tat<1 Collt'&P, will bclll '.'>IJCon Monday, Aprll 17 bcpnnto~ at about 10:00 a.m. to 11lk to aey atud~nts who may have questlon8 about truosf~rrlni: to t11e ChPne7 ":bool n••lt Y"ar.

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Th• !'lorth ldwh• Law Ent• r• • nt A ••l will be held a l NIJC :J•) 1-4. reparted Clar nee Haucht. head of t hl' \"OCnllonn H • chnlcal cl Plltt·

TW h acad ml cour •. un•t 10 \"OCatl!m al and t c hnl· e n.I rourf\rfl or' i1lunru d . Tii i' eout 1 a count for u ~uler col· It G er •Ill . 1111 11111•1 nlli all nd ach ol nf.' al ht I t k f r UH hour •

not Ulf c lh• stud r body Of !IS mt'ellnc: BO th ~· antuest d ~rsooa could llaH• att nded lllld vole d lh Ir opinions. SUC d1c1at the 11octlll Ill ol th students and th r ! : abould be seo s!tl ve IO th• f<ellnc:s of tile staden111. J&lll 11 Younc I\ n \'ernon Ron Gro:.lle To Th Edlto: Tb T ry ,.. nis ...llHC'mbly pro£11UZ1 . •• •r noudi to dee.et lht- nor.nil.I :-OIJC 5tud••n1. 11J1d acldiac th wt.:d "l!llll1datory" ts e::ic;cb IO ~:eak the Cll!:lel"s i.cJt. H'"tloe. stud nu; •ill Ull<l lllmost ILJ\1 CJ.CUSC to a>"Olcl tbat dr•iid orde111. C rllllol,y 11om culture should be anllabl r.o "tud CIS ar:cl. If lh"f do iu:end. they ::iay <lTrr. find !hat th<:J" enJor CUhllr<. So 1'1! h:ll"t' thl' qul!<llon. should a5~cmbl.r prQgrams be aoa:1clatory• A cer.&ln per ec111c o! a.:, sl'CbU s ca:ef11ll.Y 11elect a by I:. ads of clepsn:nent.: should most deflnllely I> mandlltOI}. II ell·;iubllclzed. this \lrlll 1nsu.:e a lull bouse. ll!ld HCUSCS wtll ~ t ,. and

BUDGETS CONSIDERED BY STUDENT BOARD SIJC llbrar) ' Ill b~ Id r&v<) nll&ht n «) If th<l ui;i;t!sUon of Jlll!les W. BulUll ls llllopted. At a r • c nt Studenl Bcr.ird meetlni: h" cont nde<l ttuu P laybOy mapzln<' co•era a brolld \1lrl •v of subJ.,clS and t<hould be A\ all:i.bll' In th la br&ry • Th bo:ud clJSC'USSed bud• cNs !or \1lrlous orpnlzallons. Tho bud,•t comml1tee "Ill be r n.l1va1ecl IO mllke nul 1eu allowances to :-O IJC •can1zallon • Th board also atret"l :o PllJ the alumni asoclatlon 5285 "hlch D<'bllt Club borrowt'd and C'Oulcl no1 PAY back. Th poss IbllltY or publl sh· tos: a roldl11s: collece n"n· pape: 1rlLS broucbt up. bul C. \\l'ston Hatch said It " " Im· POSS Ible lx'CllUSI! II "ould cost twice 115 ouch as the pr C! <-·I

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DORM GIRLS WILL SEND DELEGATES TO U OF I

PRIANO, BALDWIN WIN SADIE HAWKINS CONTEST

The women rl'stdents ot Sherman Ball wlll ,;end ,.,. plt'Senr.aUn•s to the Jnd•·pcn· dent srudents • Coorcrcnc• Al>r!I :!l llnd 22 at the Unl\er· 5llJ' of Idaho. Wnda "'"'. dorm I 1or~ president an· nounced. The conference, sponsored by lbe Resident S&ll CouncU, wt II conr dorm· II.Ory covernrncnt. eallna racll· Illes. sad '..nous aspects of dormi:o1y Ute la Ibo 28 colleces and uahcrsltles port!· CIPaUn(. ~~~~~~~~

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Bald..-ln WNe named lh" bes WI' Abner and Daisy Mac 01 the S..dl• · Hawkins dance 11p0nsored b:; Sh~nnan Hall, ~larch 17 from 9:30 Lo 12:3 lo the SUB. Decorations In· eluded new&pnPC>r and brown sacks banalnc rrom the cclllna. Mike Kedor took pictures. :.Susie was pro\'lded by ll'llllam PAnn o.nd lbe Qu11kers. Men are a!ra! d of wilt) women, 1•speclll14 those wh dell!lht In making cutllnt1 SPt'ec11c:1. - Holland

1967 HIJC BASEBALL SCHEDULE A;:ir I 1 - klO - Col T"'lbao 8o•1n Coll•;• - Petco Ap11I 8 - I :30 - Col...<l'!'IOtG eo .. ,, eo11.,. - Coe-ur d'Al.n• .. Fnl 10-1:30 -SllO~o•• Cc'"''°'""''> Coll•g< (JV'•l-C-1 d'Al.,e -"'"113 - 2:30 - Wlt,.....,,th College (JV'•) - Spol<cne ~ul 17 - t:JO - ~.c."~ (OM..,...n1ty Coll•~ fJV'sl-CoNr d•Atene Eo~t•M Wos,.'11"gHM''t Sto:e Colfe;it' (JV'1) - Chet19)' Coll•90 iJV'• - C..u, d'AI..,• 29 - l:OO -U,..1we111t} of ld«lo Frosf\ -'Ao1coMcy 2 - 1:30 - Big S...d C""'"'""'"r CoU~ - Coev< d'Alene t.Aoy S - h30 sl'lim9to" State Unnr. Froth - P"'ll~ol'I l4o1 9 - 3:00 - Eos..torn '#os.h1ngi°" (J\.'•1) - ~' 4•41.,,.

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HEMINGWAY SUBJECT OF HYNEMAN LECTURE

""Th• World 01 E.meat H,.zr,. lncw11y •• wa.'I the subject or a talk by Richard Hyoeman, ~allah tnstiuctor. March 21. l:{ynPman &POk<' nrst of Hf'm· lnsway'11 ll!r and th"n d!•· cussed the author' < boolca and his place In modero Ill·

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HP1t1ln1way wu the tru•· DPOStll! of the drotb them<'. He went on 10 ·~ that au or Hl'mtnr· way's charact"rl w<'rr rac<•d with tbr drclslon o r whP1hr1 or not lo commit sulcld .. and that hr was c0Mt11nlly malcln11 his ch11.rac"111 a trl ·~ !Cir mr an Ing In It fo. Hyn,.mon ended his perch hy suyln1 lbot H<'mln11WD) ' • po11111on In lllnalUle> 111 a~ urrd.

CHOIR OIHHER RAISES FUHDS Tut• A COPllf'llU Choir ••omed cnoulth money lrom th<' Mnrrh 17 hPUl!hNll '""d lo llnunr.o th•· April I I • IG tour, nccord· Ina to Louis Ki llv, dlr1>ctor. Choi r mrmb<>r •nvnd dlnnnr from b:OO • 9:00 In lhf' SUB. Tiw choir n~ao·mblt d 1•vt'ry half·hour to ~I n11.

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Player&. sex. comedy . bl story . and murder-at any rat'! ai1omp1ed murder-arP all lh•r•'. Your ,,,.. r•·r~nae In people or sit· uaUonll Is bound to be repr<sented. IC you like Ben C»PY , you ·wlll eriJoy \\alt• r Mitty. IC your ptcfe r~oce tUn& to hl~tory . you ..111

lov<' J am<·' Crowl' •• Grn•ral Grant, lhf' drlnklna hrro. Come to think of ll, !hat on• npprsla to all us drunks u wt'lll Th•·rt> 111 &omcttifn for PYl'l)'Oftf', <'Vt'n those wllh par11nolc u-nd1>nclrs1 "A Thurbfor Cnrnh,I" I~ a 8NI~. Of 61!11 put togelhN Jn a seeming llcht·hea.rtcd 11plrlt or run 10 amuse and ~ntNtaln ua. Th•• "'d• eplhlnkt>rs" \\Ill llnd more 10 It than lhnl, howr•v, r. Thr piny ro•·~ b..yond lb< ~urtac ttllnrlt~ to o d"•'P•'r m"anln&. H m111h1 ttnd to upatt somt nnd onnov oth .. r& bl'cAU • Thurbrr brln1a a dltkr•nt Vt<•" ot ou r rh. & to mtnd. IUchard Chamt>Oui made this comm,.nt nit"' l''lldln11 th•• Piii.)'. "Thutb<'r ••~ms to e11r•·" \\I lh Sllllk<'.lll"'llti'. 'All to \'Unllv .' Ii• m11kes us rta· llz" that l'VNl u "e lnudi at tho chu ractNa on the 1<U1gr, "" ar. clowns and th~ whoh wotld ai; a cnm!llll.'' Thurbl'r dot'a thls by Plr· "nllnc charactNS which 'vrryonr con ldo·nllf\' with. and then makln11 Lh<•m &ho" th• 1un11.1 "Ide or their situ~· lion. Thi:; could annol :.om • bt•cau~" th<') ... 111 ~<>o lhPll\· riv..,, lb c10.. n~ anti think· Ins or th<"m~' I\· IL' Hrlou:;.

CHAHCI HC TIMES The man "ho•• 1;r at·O?Ud· lather bullt a ra!lroad Uirou.:h th<• ..-tld•'me&& wnhout askln,. appro..al, no" ba:; to J~I a Pl'lmll l.O re>mOdt'I hi~ Ir nt

Thi! B.F.D.'s are In rtrst place In Uie TuPSd&} leo11Ue Bl the Cove Bowl. and the S1.-tngJn11 Pendulums hold a one· p.me athlUltaJ;e In Ille al~rnoon leacue at Lake City L.ane.s. Mike Anderson of the Cove Bowl bu tbe hlllb averaae of I iO. h11h pir.e of 221 lllld hllb st!rJe< or 530. Tbl' !OP tbr~ POSlllo:i.q ou tile Lake Clty Lanes are split bt!1ween Phil \leredllh with the bllh ,.,~race ot 180 and & hllh sene of 352. and Gary Aea.ld "110 holds th,. h!lh pm~ or Zl'l.

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N.I.J.C. Cardinal Review, Vol 21 No 13 Apr 5, 1967