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Famous NORAD Band To Play On Campus On May 9 North Amer I ..,, AH U. :. • .se CommllJld hai. ..nr. un .,.i ha famous 80 plricc band "Ill present a concert at :: rlb ldabo Junior Collecc lo!A)' 9 This unlqu mualail ou:anl· zaUo:i wUI appear at 8 p. 1D lll~ collec am. with ad· mission tree. Th publl hu been Invited. The SORAD Band la onl.r lntcmallonal 11en Ice b&ml In ubt e made up of top mualcla fr the U.S. a11n1 air f rec and I.be Canadian lllllled fore a Featured on lb" procram wlli •be musical &flt'ClaUUes de· signed to please all asca Based at Colorado Spring, Colo. the band hu performed across North and Central America and Canada. prttsent· Inc concerts In Came&li:' Hall. Ne" York. Koll.ywood Bowl. Expo '87 ot Montreal, Mexico Cl1..v. the World Boy Scout Jamboree at F'arracut State Park. Guatemala F'alrbanks, Alaska It hos been heard on Bct\'t'lal ne.tlon·\\ Ide tele\ lslon pro1ram11. auch o the ~II Telephone Hour • Tbt NORAD • "Ca\'aleadc Of Music" concerts, u the' art called. wer• first lnaucuratl'd In 1959 ano tne band meir ben1. professionals In mualc act u ambuaadors of 1ood· will. Olt•n splltUn1 Into • aeparate 11ou1111. acco1d1n1 to Ille t)·pe of audience before 'Which they "Ill perlon:i There la a W-plece ··commande:s Orchestra"' and the •·01xlf'· tones." American Jazz clalla1.1. Dlrt>ctor of tile NORAD band Sa Lt. Col. \'lctor !.lolzer. while F'llsht Lt. C.:in F'urey of tht Royal Canadian Alr Force ls ualstant musical •director. The band repruenta 170.000 men and "omen "ho are 11~clallata In air defenae, ta tloned ai more than 400 installations on the Norlh This American continent. aNospe.ae defense team hu ns Its mission the protection of tbct Un lied States and Canada ap.Jnst altaolt. 0Hr· all control of thJ11 11y111c::i Is centered In the Combat Optratlons Center In Cheyenne Mount&.ln near Colorado Sprinp

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BEARDS WILL BE JUDGED MAY 10 8' ard

bu.rd.> C\"t!Q'wrhcre be aHn."' ...m be :he sa.rln' or studt:its who •.b& ~e entered tlle bellrd cro•· in• contest. accc:dln' to Char:te DodaC!!l. cbalman. The CODICii! becan Feb. Z6 onnd en1:lt:!I "ere accep•ed unt!l Feb. ::8. The Judc1nc or this c\-ent will take place on the Jut .;d•y Of Campl!S DaJ• 1'IAy I 0 tir re:lred ll&rbNs In the a:ea. First Pllze ... be a buse NIJC mu1. Tbe ucond pri;:e ""UI be a medium sited mus and Ula l!:lrd l'f1ze a smaller muc. A bnoby prii~ .. 111 be ctv n al.-o Doci.-0n u1d

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SSS Enrolled For Second Semester As Deadline Passes At th d ' " of r•ll•lrallon f' b. I~ 855 were en· 1u S !JC !or the aprlnc 8<'mes1er R~llatrallon a Y"'&r •ID !or the second 11emca1er wu 788. makln1 this H'&r"a licurtl llll all-time hlsh and an 8 .5 PN cent lncreoc. F:nrollm~nt this aprln• ta down 18 from lut fall"• 933 101111. or 8.i per rrnt. 01 tlw 8&6 cnrallt>d this &flmr•trr, 138 ar" In the ~naallone.I dhlalon. Men 1>ut· numbnr wnmo•n 548 to 308. Tlueto women &1< enrolled u sp.,clal 1tuden1•. S111tl&tle11 ahow there aro 511 In t1111 rr.•ahman elaaa ~86 aro lull-tlmo and I i1 are woml'I\. The sophomore clan number• 3~ 1. 21 4 are men and 30~ are fu!Hlmt atudtnta. Suc:ond aemeater •nrollmenta show a steady upward trend. tri 1960 sue had 380 enrolled. 1961-319. l9b~-t:?1 1963527. 196~-604. 196:1-672, 1966-i38. 1967-188. 19688115. Thue "nrollml!nl flauru do not lncladt alsht school tUd•nts. 'l'l

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Is the l>Ht Junlo: co l•c • tile No:lbwest •• DCC :ill:!' to Da\-e S.atz, ~111&' !o: AHOclatcd Student Body President '"!Ack of co--unlaiUc:: amon, &tudent acUY.!:1:.les on campus cu ...: be :teed.led. I! stud nts cannot cc::u:nmlcatit amCllc themseln!s llley ~ DOI upect to co=-nlcate with the faculcy andcommu:il1;1. No one really •ttlllll to koow "lat au:hortt.r student bo<lr olflcc:s ba•e. It b U:e to define lbe powea a..:id 1e:eaa.• authority to the proper pvsons. Tbi.s would put thl.DIS on ao etrfdent basis and Improve communtcatloc:• Seat:;: uld. Accol'!Ulg 10 Seat:;:, NlJC should ba\1! more cultural. social and rccreaUonal act.I<'· Illes wblcb :1:1\·ol'e all sa:dents and persoc0> !rO!:l the cocmunll). l:poc bc.::ig aalled ,.117 be wu csr.:palc::lnc !G: omce Sutz rep!. d ··1 wut :o because I reel ~!JC needs a leader." Two Sea:z suppol"'~:s ,. •• Bob lo!Qse:. tecbnlca.: d:a!t!:l, &:lei des Ii;:;. ar.d HL-.e.r Sec:: acad<.im!c. i.tose: said, J believe !!i=.t Sea:z "1ll mprove nnd•rawidln; bt:wttn Ille aca'decrlc a:::d TOCa:1ac&l school. It Is tl::ie to close lhe pp and suu: Is lhe cc to do It.•• Scot: said. '"MT TOte ill :or

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poa:er! an'.! dlau!buted U:roolh oat Uie colle1e alone with otbe:a telllnc and uktnc 11tu· dents :o Tt>:e !o: P.A For atudenta wl:o wcmder, the ldent!:Y o! P.A. will now be revnled. P.A. a.rt! tile !irst :wo lnlllals o! Pettr A. Olson. ca.ndld&te !01 Asao· ct..~ Student Bod.Y Vice· Pc ~ldPnt, a.ccordlnc to Jim Youns. cam1>&1111 mana,e1. P.A. has no attlllaUon willl the Purple Aven;er o! last year. who c:ys1er!ous11 walked the he.I.ls o! NIJC. PUlllnc up bla little posteis. P.A. •Ill no: be the little man aoealtinc btblnd dO(lnra.ys but will speak b1s :tied Younc &aid. P.A. baa OOlJ' one plat!on:i pol!cy · ..... bt tter.::ent o! :>."lJC -------

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rancementa to brine the bllarloua '1rtuoao of the piano Dr Henrr L. Seem. In hi• ··eonce:to for l"un" to th11 :ilJC om. ~rcb 11 from fl 30 to 11 05 am. 1be public Is lnvltcd to attend. accordln& to Al•erado Decku, m~mbu ot the Cul•ural Anen:bll•s Coa:irJtteP. Dr. Keal')' L. Scot: brines to the atace a show of c:lualc awlnc. and concert bum•,r from Boocle to Chopin Tans'' :o Llut. S:ri vtn, to prove to conc~1t soera t11111 music can be tun. Scott hu become famous u "A~erlca'a 11ca1eat artlat In the h~morD'Js concrrt world". Decker said. Ke bu apptart<l In Ce.me11e Hill! Towe Kall and on Broad· •111 as aololat with symphonic cucl:eat:u acd la com:en l:alla collegea &ad tinlvera!· Uu lt.:ou;hot:t the l:rilted s:a '"• and Canada. Decker said. Seo•: t:aa relnsed the fol· IOTinc 1Ko:d3 • The LIUle tJ.,:lsl:t Plano'" "Ca Ylchc.:d Joe'" aClll '"J1nsle &ua·· A=c o:t:e: l:o:: rs Seo·: la a fi \'It tl:::r :-rc.plen: o! P:o-

On-Campus Parking Regulations Will Be Strictly Enforced Many atudtnts who drl ve "•~ to the campu11 are not dlaplaytna parkln• atlckeni, ac:cordtn1 to thot bu1lnu1 o!Oct. Unles1 such a slicker 11 dlaplayed. no parklnc prlv· Ueae ulats for drlvera of cars parl!ed on colleaesround1. and the veblclea will be taned br campus police. s:udenta rnar parlr lllelr autoir.oblles In the wae lot nor:!: of lilt:! :.t<!ChanJcal Aita .Bu.lldlnc. In the parkln1 lots ea.at of !he Library Bulldlnc. ill l.be patkln1 lot between the 01ir.nu1um and Student Union. and all aunts aubJtct clt7 reculauona. Patttn1 ta problbl:ed In the tactll\7 parklnl !o: behind Ule admtn· latratloc. amnulum and Ubta11 bulldlnp, In croaa· wallis and croaa-llatcbed aieu. and on tbe cu:b (painted 7ello•) eut of Ult Ubr&IJ. ArJ3 curbs 119lnted 7ellow on campu.a are prohlbltrd aina • Students must pallt blltea, motor bikes and motor C7Clt• off tbe paved areas. All streets rwmlnl tbrou.it Ule c:ampua are ct17 atrHta and aie patrolled b)' lb• d\7 pallet. Off-atree1 paitrln1 ta resulated b7 the colleae and Ylolatonl •Ill be 1..ued park· tn1 tickets b1 the colle1• personnel Students aie also reml.Dded ot Sherman srad• acbOOI adjacent to tbt oolltP campus and are ura•d to be

TI..:'··!•· a ··""' L· lc:t!d :-01JC \' ·e:ai:s Club at • S:i:de::t B?a:t! cee>J::s f'eb. :?O. c:a::i ~cazi:;e"• 1ni book O.ec Becke:. preside::: o! con: a1r&!'i &ad a:i Hoi:ora17 :lie \'e:er&na Cl'!lb ap~ed Docto:ate L.R.D. rr=: Bal'! bitfcre :lie boud !et the Collece Jn::e 20 1964. ll'!Cb second U:::ie to :e.;:;est C1Clle7. SCott wu Oeae:al Elaent:ower The ~ dlacos~ the ie· who alao rece.ved c lloco:a.')' Ques:. Den:Us Rlc'5 ASB des:u fro- Bud Colle&e :Ila: Tlce·PtHldent made tlle 7ea:. eo~o:: •blch wu aecoi;ded Thia abould pr:in 10 be one lo' Jerry Rlebe aoplloc::c:e of the bu: Cultural Asse::l· clau p:ea!de::t. A \"OU! wu bll~a sue !la• preaected. taken ai:d the :notloc ca::led r .,.u1. aecordlnc :o Shannc r. Catlao~ CASUAL DAllCE ASB secretat7. The !ec Is to be used : 1 HELD FEB. 2~ A '11.•wal !lane• apon10~ ril"c1st:at1on In th~ na• .r:na.i t' :• s·.1'n: Acll•ttlea Com· ' " rano. orpn.zat:o~ wu held f'eb. 24 In mlttec ----------tho SUB. Maatc was aupp!lf'd b) tbe Q?dfro BlacQUe. acMuch 8 - Prlmarr • lecuon• cordlnc to Dave Prlano. publlclr.7 cnam::an or SAC. !or atudf'nt bod) ""'~tr. C11&peronea •ue Clarence March 9 - Cuual dance ~arch 13 - Ckn~ral clecuons Kauc:ht Karlan Sie~rt Tom .apeelall7 caretul March H - Mo le • ••t..ord Robb and Mra. Catberlnl' paaa!Q tbla acbOol.

Jim KOC!ce c&Dd.da:.e !or Associated S:11dent Bod7 Preald•nt aald lllat be would Uke :n rlll th.la cmce to encourattt" student put,clpa· 11on 10 &Choo! 11.::a1ra. club acUvtUe& and spo:ts e>-enta. I want to run becauu ~UC needs btt1~1 rec:l!!IUonal raclllues In Shermnn Kall . I feel we need llc1l ctncc bolder& to one 1118Jc1 and one minor ofnc.. I want to "In because I :Ce! •e should take! the ••Junior'" out ol the coll""' l! Is u :tne a Jim"

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FINES, BOOKS ARE OVERDUE TO LIBRARY

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Hot I" r M '.!T Anhur hauey .,,.., • -f aprlni 111oduct1cn ~ th., Cardlnlll Pla•ers Apnl ::6-:?7. ~r.;. Mar111Uet Galr hnd o! the t!rama d panment wd 'thl~ p.x!uctlon •lll be ou: llrst ai~mpt at a aerlo1.s Piil.\". 11 nas be< n vdd,ly produced c.n Broadway and In a motion picture." "Hotel" ..-Ill be U:e most arnblucus play Hl'r ghen b)' the Canlln:.I Pl:tJ"~rs. There will be :a cast of !9 ~rsona Mr Clio' lllln ~

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Per:.1111 ho ha\ o• nlue !'book., and llbruy lln •s are· Oa,·1d Blanford, £d Drl'tke, Ken 01&.' lord, Ron Oro!Zlle. Chrl.5 M~ndt. Pat PNe:man. R<'n• · Romln.- John Ru,•bel· mlllln, Richard &hmldt. Su Scott. Bartnra Strecktr Paula · rplu. Robton T chn r Rlcllard Tuuo:.

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WSU COUNSELOR OFFERS HELP TO JC STUDENTS

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Th!! Nrpost' of Ulo !llmsttlP ls to acquaint l11i:h 11chool ,.1udt-nt11 •Ith Ult' opportun Iles allured In \OCatlon schools. Plan& 11re bfl~ made for 11 I 6:nm lllm 10 t made, II the 1tlmstn11 Is su ~sstul ll11ui;h1 nld '11!!! lour othN \'OCO !lanai schools In Idaho au Idaho St.ate l:nl\'rrsl~ In Poc:uello. &ISP Coll• 11e In Boise I.A'\\ ls nnc1 Chuk :\o~al at Lev. 1. ton. Collt' nf Soulllem I du ho. tn ,-,, In F'lllh

CHOI R SPAGHETII DINNER MARCH 16 SlJC

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CSI Edges Cards For Sub-Regional Toumament Title SlJC Ca~ flpt ins de.spen11rlr to lr.ttp 11 dlance le: a berlll In U!e s ..:tonD.l Jun! r C.:illesl' Alb· let.le Anoclallon Rectonal.s 11en1 down IO d~ft'llt at the bands of Collci;t? or Soutbcm Idaho i3-6:? t"'eb. ZS, In Twin Falls. The Cards, 1rbo mainialned a nln!!·polnt Ind with 9 5S r ::W:iinc In the nrst ba ll saw llle lead 11Hp IO a tie p.;11e with I H 11'malnln1 Y.1111 =b' three seconds remalllln;: 'I'll:U' Thiessen put the Cardinal& ahea1 IO enJO)' a short lhed Ila.It t!J::e load 3Hl:? lM GJlden EasJca came rllht ..ck In Ille ucond ll!Uf IO ran c;i a Ind. Alllloush lhf Casdlnala' etlona were futile they wtre ln 1uoo1 content!cm up until :? ~ remained In lilt second half. Durlnc the nn11 half I.be Cardinals srupod 12 re bounds, ehol 48 prr Ct!D' tram Ille field and •ere tour out o! !Ive from lb.., cllarlt;J ll:ie. Tbe Goldec Eaales shat 68 per cent from U!e field Cbrlnc Uie nrs1 balf but made up thl! dltfel1'nce al Ille foul hne durlnc the second bait. Tbe Cardinals found them· selve1 in rout troublea nrl\· in the second balr u the> ended up with a total of 26 [X'rsonal loule. The Ca rds staaed a tut minute rally but ,..en! unabl• to overccme the Ume barrier and the Golden Eaclea lead. Cardl.na.Ia at'Ortn1 • .,, u tollo•e Brod• rt ck 19. Sweene' 12 Snllh 11. 8-Y· a:d 9 Ba rnr 8 and 1"11

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Cards Trounce Idaho Freshmen North ldt.llo Junior Colleil! al&rU!d ..ck on lh<' road to 11uccefi1 as they defea:ed th~ IJnlver.ill) ol Idaho rresbmen 6~·~:?. Feb. 16, In NIJC ID'm, North Idaho's auack 1<as led by aentt>r Don Bame:. wbo !allied ror 2S point!> ror the nl 8ht. nw e!Cort marked hc&\'11)' tor the Card1nalll, espt'clall,I· durln~ a s••cond hair offonsh·•· that deo.lt the Vandalbabes a loss. Barnes connect"o tor 10 p0lnl durln1 thu CINI! hair. cnntllhllttn1 nlmOAI half Of thl' :?S·:?:? l'dce thl" Cardln!Us cnJoycd at half·llml'. Tht' rent'wed attack tl'· :'\IJC durln£ thl' opening mtnutl'S of the second haU boo:;ted the:n to a ~I Pt'I cent performance from lb" neld. The \'andals exPt'tlenct'd a ..d nlgbt ne1· llnll " lo..- :?O per cent shoot· tnc pe rrormance. 11orklnG a11i:res,..lvel,I under tht' bexlrds lhe Va.nd&JbObCS collect<'d ~6 rebounds. \\bile the Cardino.ls pulled do" n 38. F'rosh cuard Cl,l·de Smith. ba~il alter sutre rtnc a sprained 11nkl<'. pumped in fQUr !leld i;oals and 1wo from U!e Chutty

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N.I.J.C. Cardinal Review, Vol 22 No 11 Mar 6, 1968