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Cardinal Players Start Rehearsals For Play In April Th· Q,1d .-. Pl,.yel'!'< llan 0011111 tch!'arsa111 to: "H oiel " , their 11rst &trle>ta pl&y, accord· Inc to Elolr.e \\Ur.on. publl· Clt)' chairman. "Thrtllln1. "Xclllr.g, and vr.ry dramatic. 'Hol.f!I' la no: • •tarcm' 1 "' .ti.Ua:a Wilson aa.ld. Thia drama .. 111 be preatnt.1 ,

April 26·27 In lhl! :-llJC cat 8 : 15 p.m. Thoali preattt• In& !'ilJC 111uden1 body card will be admitted lree. Adwl:I: "Ill b< ·har ed S I.00 ar.d 50c (01 llUdenr... Meir.t;,.,r~ or tll<: cut Include Chuck Hann~ r as P eter, llO:el ma.naaer. Elolr.e l'illsoo u Christine. Tom L.amb u Albert \\ells . \!arcla Ed"'&lds u Duchess. Gary Chap~U as Duke, Jack Reynolds u L.yle , Kris~· Belto as Marsha. Other cast members a re Harry Hayward as Aloysius Royce; Pete Olson as Trent. Jim Clnrk as Curlis O' Keere. Eiieen Albertini as Dodo. Moses J ordan as Dr. Nicholas. Charlea Dodson as Dr. lnsram. Kathy Klein as Mrs. lncram. Jim S..ck u Herbie. Gar:r Judd as Olchle. Claudia McDmnld a.. Mee. Rita Darn· lano as Emile. and Jo,·ce Andtrson as the younc 'll'om'an. Terry Turrell Is In chars~ or stac" srulncs, and Jem DA.)'h·y 1~ t<'cbnlcal dlrector.

Engineers Ball Set For April 20 The annual Enclneer 's &11 ponaored ~· :>!JC En&ineers Club. will b<. held April 20 from 7.00·12:00 p.m. at th!' CO<!UI d'Aknt' Elks Club accordln E 10 Keith McG1nnls. president o! tbe Ellslne"rs Club, The ball will cost S6.00 per couPle with dinner beln' I "''l••.•d at i ;OO p.m. and danc1n' 10 lhe music from 8:00·12:00 p.m.. !.!cGJnnls :;aid TlckMs :ue &\"allable from llf\l' member or the Eni!neers Club. A kins and qu1•en "'Ill be choM•n to : el1111 O\'er lbe ball . Candidates for kin, ar~ L.und.r 1\:1.n~d . Ron Rius ll.lld K@llb \lcGuuus. Th• qu ·n w!ll bo: cbosen at tn ball \lc:Glnnls satd •

DEADLINE SET FDR I BED RACE ENTRIES

,.G \QUI b. Clad~ " . sa..d C .r1I Dodson cha.l.rman uf campus days. The annual " bed :ace" Is ~cbeduled for "'"-' 9 snd all entrtr~ must b" 11utxnlt1ed ~ May 6. Persons to contact ror !llce t>ntiy arc On \"l' Prlano, Ted l.~ Volf.. and Cbullc Dodson. DO<lson a&ld lbe :3Ce will bc~at $C\etilh aad Sherman. The llnlsh line wlll be in lront or th :o;uc Ad:::1nls:ra· don Bulldlni;. He ad~d tbAt am persons ,.lsbing t0 aid by k pin' &:: ets clear dm· Inc tilt> race a:e to contac! nny ! th h - I"" 'lll'lllS mM· .tdpr~ \:tou

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Ca::dldatu r r Ulr llte51· deoc:J HI d bJ' ta ;irosram'a su1dec!& dlrectora are Fred Halstead, Uult Hatfield. L.,yndon Johoscm Rober: Kenn"d)', \Cartin l.uthor Kin' Jobn Lindsay Eu- ne :.le CartllY.Rlcbard ='lllDll Charles Percy . Geor~ R.o=q. Ror.ald Reasan . !'ielsoc RoctereU<!:, Harold SlasRa. and Gee.~ ll'allace. Three rdere ::d q .,..Ill ti. on Ill ballot T..-o dul with US lnYOI nt ~ \ 'let :Sam, and one •Ith :lie prlortlles or SO\"e=e t s~11d· Inc In conlrantmE lb ·ban crll\ls". An.' atudtnt nroll In an Am,·rlcan coll es r tm.IVl!rsltJ .. m be ell Sible to in 1!1e Choice 68 elecll:.:1. Thi.& tnclud~11 llllduat part-~ and foreign stud~nu;, as well as those s wdrlnc a.broad l.:i Allledc:nn branch unlveC\lt ."5. Choice 68 orr ~ collea:e atudPnts the oppow..n1:y :o eip-s thelr pre!e:ence en Pn!aldent1al candldate.s acd &elected luues to &peak !a: the !ln111Jme u a body Pollt.c. The :o;a1lonal Colle date Pres· ldentlal Primary will be a imJor pollllcal event or set· ficlent scope 10 merit the natlon'i; attention and con· &Ide ration . Tt~!E maa:azlne hu ap-••ed to underwrite the cost or nallooal adm:.nlstratlon or Choice 68. as a public s~nice. Time w!U also tabulate. anallze acd publlsb tM result., or this eltc: c:i. How· eHr. the: 1s no coa:ecUac bfttw••,, ,~,. P:-..i:r..a.zy !L:ld

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I>.. n atil'\llnt...d t Stuc a: Ac:.Jvttles Co=lltee ror :.be duration ol this school 7ell.t. The new members ar~ Miss Kathie Poln:nl!r and s:e'-e ShePJ>Crd. Mlss Potntner and Shepp rd were elected trw:: • aroup or pe:aaas !.nuniell'l!d

L.t. Col. \'lctor J. M olzer Ute ll .S. Air f'orc who dl rector • lb ~orlh Am•r Air Deteaae Commo ;"ORAD "Cualcade 0 lol~5!c" ho,.. 10 be pr~ent l!Ar 9 at ~D:tll !dab? Junior Coltecbu '" ,.. d nM .-ar. cd slcal background. Col M Jur u• :ided s • ms..11 Unh nil:y lb C;rlfs lnstltuu. of M~slc 111 Phil•· delphla lbt' Eaatman School of Alcslc llnher.s!IJ or M.in. IL'ldaod t."alllollc Unher· s!t7, ll"UblAgton, D.C. He received bl& maattr or arta de;-nie at the Uolttr.s!tv o! Hswall. 1n clYU!an c sic cl:cln Col ~o!.u: ~r!o:a:ed w tll tbe ~e• O:ll!IU:s Sy pboc; i.::e De11 : ll!>lcipal B&lld and Cbe Oen Yer S,-p!:ocy. He hlLI been 11c:he I!: th tleld m cb ral sic, ond .s • c=b:!r o: th Mo:slc Ed c:itor.i l\aUocal Co11r ~nee 11.::d the l\at:oca.l&ndAs$0Cla:lon He enter d m.U.taq aen1ce ui 1910 and! r 10 years•uecu:I Wcu o! Air F : t:.DCl.s at the Pentaeon. Pr 10 bis ualcr::n at ln 1964 SOR.AD Col. Mlllu· w . duector or the Al: Fo: e & or the Paci!.~ and c i:ui nd '1ir et r Pa trt~ ,\ I

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Au·n • "" . ·r. 6tu~ent &an! or C<>11ll<>1 for the pur· cbaae o: a new P.M. tun•r Th mu.. rh of tli <Jphowss; clvea to Harlan Siebert. class wl II comt>Qte ~lecuonlcs l.Mtructor Tbo moro umer •Ill a llo• mua lc to bc aplnat those of lh• lmahmu1 t.r.-dcnat into the weattm cla11. accordln1 to Charil" portion or the SUB from an Dodaon. campus daya chair f'.LI. radio 1tatlo11. according man. The tai1-of·war ~tv.e•n th" tu Shannon CarlllQn ASS t"o claaae.s will tak<! place aecre:ary. Tbe &tud•nl boi.rd al&O May 10 at 4:30. Dodfton aald. passed • propo11d to allow Th~ U~ to be USPd will b(l th" Admlnl&tretlon th Endneera Billi to ti. be Id behind olf ca::ipu11. The bi.II will be wlldlna n-ar the woods. H~ said tb~r" will be no lino ror at tbe E!h Club. CbarUe D<ld&Oll, !r~sban one 11ouo to pull the other clus pr Id :, Claudia actou, lna~ad thNe will be Mcl>fn:ild. scp omore aecre· • hie mud puddle . H" add~ tacy. DaTid Snu ASB ~rt'lll· lh4t ~ pn.ze for ltct wl1111 ra b dcy and clnn clotll!'s. d~:-e.-ct and P A. Olllco, ."58 \ice·preald nt-Plect bav Ethto1$ aou: St1<dUI$ ::ur lrrno a ccoad be :i a~ nted to revise :be !>r· laws of th ASB coostitu· ul of clotMa tf tAcp are :Jon. Th l.alcn •Ill ~ go1110 to part1e1patc in tkl • ,.,.,tl"'(f tn • •url "It twvtv i:ctuttr . ,\o &tJtd£•1rrtlA1ut , l \f .lJd. cloth.ea will ~ a/loirrd •• to thl'

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bull ta · ,.. . t be l't'allud cu:icc:mlns; I.Ac new cement pazktnc lot Altboudi • conara1ulaUona Die In ordn1 for the cooperation between faculty ar>d atuden1&. lack of Pl&nnlnc bas owersh:i.dcno d lhl' ICSUIUI. Sot only did the noisy cement trucks dla· rupt c l&.~ acs. but acnral &IUd<'nts WfrC lanl1 IO e:J&saes becau11e they hill! to PQll o:i Shcnnan A vr., du" to th lack or pa: kine llpace. lie mlah1 ree1c1!ull.l' add lhat someone forcot to put p tb "l'iet Cement" sl1115 The latter la presrn•lnc somewhat of a problem. Three overanxious student drivers wanted to be the fira· to use th~ new parkln1> lot F'ortunately It required oDJ.y three hours to rescue thes• hapless drivers b) m'9JIS o' a bellcop1er lift from thelz mired automobiles. Besldei; the new cemt'llt parkinc lot, NUC now has three nev. permanent menu· ments: A '55 Ford, a '64 Pontiac, and a 1968 StlncRa,) Corvette. Ed11DT' s nolt'. Tb " prob/err of rc•0t·attao tll.c tciir.u COIUI bt't'a •olt~d It IS

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The Circle KKK Club la belns ln•·estlptcd by the BSA Boa rd. accord Inc 10 Slow Rel Uy. presldtnt RA!lllJ' "41d the SSA Boa:d ha.s appolnt<'d a s!l"c:t.I cam· mtuee to ln\i?!ltls;at~ embez· zlement or Circle KKK funds. He said the rundl> amounttnc to $t.30 "Aetc found mtJ;stnc tn Hensbe) Cl!blc, advisor. Relll.y said the 111~mber who committed this serious offense will be round and punished. H• llddl'd lbat XlJC does not take such cnmes Uchtb. 0

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Vets Club Got Carried Away 'I' -•~r.he land· 1n1 at :-; ~rm1111d,r In Wo:l d War II. tJr lbc \"etcllllls Club. has so:ten a : ttle oct I band, ac:ccm!Joi; IO Leo Drlcket, upJ05lves exiitrl for the club. He ad .St'JI u,. lbat tbt' Ute! at r.hr coart house Is nearly extlncuis~ no" and lhe ta::la are loni;e r bloctlni; t:arnr Sherman A\CDUe •be: SCI cara "Atrt d taint<! ro1 on· three bout$ yest :da1 Drlcktr aroloi;ized f • t~ lnCaO\'l!nl~nce to the l people. Thu nutt> landlni: ha" been canc:l'llt.>d now. He a5kstbat nu:,car the people be a l11tle more pat DI as tr ltno,.s nolhUI& was don lnten· tlonelly by thl' \tirrans. Unlit the re!llalolnc Wld m111es can be ~d. Dtlcll.er advised that pedestrians l\'fraln r1am 111.rolllnc tbrousb lhl' CllY patk. :-:o date has bt>t'n set for re·!nacimcnt ol this v~: l'\CPt.

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' ~•"-'ID&I< 8SA Pr ~Id nt Slow Reill\ •a.. fo led 11'Pdn s~ a cCl>' l.r i lODeancUI n Hershe) Olble . Four student.~ w'1c o'er· hl'atd d1scuss1nc lh11 plan by our slerl SS\ \'lcl'·Plfslrl••nt Denn.s Otci;:s. The plan wu peur coke on thc strrs to the boohtcx ao Rt'lllY would sllp and fall to his death. Oun Olble ~aid 01 sc:" 11rter tiearlnc of the evil In tentlons ot th•sc llud nt.a ambuab~ tho plo1te111 In thl' sun bathrooms. Ald•d b) h lo,al member.1 ot lhr •IUd nt body (all malol OICP ~ mean.~ 'liblch we cannot rePOrt cnrtured the unt"ll.'an llthtmt-M. Stonu1111n1. the ltx"•I f'B! as nt, toa a.ssult!d this re· porter I.bat the plot ,.oulJ ba\'11 IDC\llabty fdlrd ThP plotte111 did not tllk" Into consldtratlon lhe landln1 In the stcP5 which would ha\ b:olltn Rtilb'• !all ar.d with Ille loH or momrntum. Uttle damase would have bocn dc.ne. ho! e•plalned To pr <rent a ro ·O«<Urenc~ cl till• aort, the plotttra wtll be unable to buy cok••• tn the 6U8. Olbh! Hid. Thay hav• also been banished from lht "a•'lt"""'-~ br<"llU•" 1he1 are 'ldl'•lrabl~ ..J•·rnent

CAMPUS ALCOHOL RING BROKEN UP Th "I> 01 .. :." alcohol ttns n campu ha.. been broken, accotdlnc to Oley Ch••cke r, social lnveatlp.tor "Boot· Jes" alcohol nrst •PPdred on campaa Marcil 2~. 1950 du1ln1 eum week. An lnten· etrl..d lnv11sUsatlon hu Clnalb paid o!(. Br akl.01 tile r1n1 . . . mot!! dll!lcult tll:ln npect.t!d, Cbeck'!t said. because secret acenlll werf! too easily per· aua1ed to Join the p.n1. Act Inc Oil a IWZIOr, Checker followed ce11aln lndtvlduala and ClnaUy loca.trd th~ 111111 and made the arrPata wben tlle 11111 pthered ror a bol· tllnc bee la the admtnl.ltrauoo ol!lce. Because or the elu ot the r Inc. cluaes bavt' been uansrerred to 1he county ~.: SC a -aJodtr Of lb• :.:d.n~ 'an a:~d.

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SNEA Delegates At IEA Meetings £ icbr.a 4nd J on OrHIHh5 1111 ml• a :I> Stud .. nt M3 ho Edut"atton Association o.ss~mbly In Bois<' Maccb ::?:? u :o;IJC d• lept "· \larch 23 th ,. at~nd••d the Int da.- of !ll IEA us mb.; •I &:nsc. Ourln& tbt' 5p~elal 1£A assembl). \larch 21. Idaho ""llS plac d on 1~ache111 c ..n. sure sanction. t;nd•t this san :Ion, It vrould bo! uMthlca J for any EM! rllOn nc1 ctr · "ntly contract d to tl'ach to al111n con:"' : LI> li'llch durlns the l'.168·69 achoo! yroar. Tbr SJEA conc~mod 1· elf wllh lr.te11uetallon ot lh~ "" cur· rcnllr contract"d"" chau •· of th("' c~nsutt sl.at"m n~. aeccrd· lnE to Eln<'&t Ecklund prosl· d nt of :-OiJC 5};£A Th SIEA 1nterpretatlon. ,.hlch "as :u:l>!·Pt<'d b> th<! IEA •Hb some am•ndmenia. s1av•d that any &tudent cur· rrntb .. nroll,.d in II t•Kcller 1 duentton program lt'lldln1 to an Idaho 111J.ndard cerUtlcat.c 1S consldrr"d th!< sam" 116 • conunulnt conuacc tcachtr. Und•r this accept d lnt•rpt"· talion, gradualln1 1968&i>nlor, wltb o staodam cenlllcaU' oan aOC:f'Pl a POSIUOn In an ldnbo school without ~Ina con&ld•t"d unethlcal or unprorc,alonaJ Ecklund aJd

NIJC Track Team Shows Work Pays

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FORESTRY PROF SPEAKS AT EHCIHEERS BANQUET Prulr,•or Jutm Houck rrnm lhf ,tthool ot tr1r1·~tn· Ill th•' UnlwrnJty 1•! l dnhCJ. Kpok1 nt th• l· 111t1wrr· l~nQUt'l Ma rrh Z8. llou~k'" I Nc ""' "llood Utlll. utton ••

FOR THE 6EST HAMBURGER IM TOWM, CO TO THE HUDSOM'S 107 Sherfft.Dtt Av•. •

From aH wporu recehed SLJC had 11 s:OOd rtpr, en:~ rh e oontlncent ot ca: from bOth the >"Or.atlonal and 1101· dernlc st'ctloos a: Che o;oenln;: ;o-tound.> of D er Park Ora' Stnp. ~tarch 31. con:.-?01tu.n· l1011s 10 all It Is ur.lo>nunau. \llat no crudlts can b<! otrer d fo: !Ile a"'ount or Lim" tho\ lb""e 5tudr:.ta spend Ir. actf~e pan.c!~!lon in tills sport. In llJlS"l'el to th : I.Ill' queneauto'lrbotbe w1rrdo' a.t<' that ha\ been sr n running arou.~d • oim sine tllP warmth of cne spnoi:: .....athN ha.s set In this !(>porter spent rscme lime 1<1'1ltchlnK and round out :hat those pcrsoos o.to noL really wkrdo's, but NIJC'.s t:ack teom In thPlr warm up aulr . The squad ff•ftrred ID by or rntmbet u the ' 0 !"'dicarP Squad"". la mado up o< \ho,,_ athletu even thO<J Jl they ha,... Machrd a :natur age. 111•• £1111 willing to sa.:rlflcc 11Ch1'5 and pa1ns tor th~ reward& or DCCOmpllsh· mtn!$ In t:-•Ck 1J1d llnld

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bca!I l;IUtl<'S. "V.>' Pl&.\" d lust fl< bud a11ln:-1 811: St>nd ns "" pltl) .-c:1 good D.tm.1nst Columbui Ba.sin," Jack Bloxom bnti~· ball coach so.Id. "'II~ ar.ctt=ln ctnti our pmctlce time from 3 :30 p.m. to :?:30 p.m.," Bloxom continued "ln All effort to o'·ercome our hlltlna o!

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An SIJC 101! lelllll la;t th• H Clr:.t Unks competlllon aplnst Columbia Basin Col· lei;e ~!:arch :?~ In Pai>co. Wuh. a<'.con!J.oc Lo Yiarr •n KeaLln11. gotr coach. Cardinal Tlr-' MNcdlLh was th low medalist wtth 88. but teammlllc~ Ed Smo.tlan Tol~y <1,lktns &b run and Tem· ~.~ ...,, um1.bh to :-.core aro point In :h· th. mateh ;:nme.

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MISSOURI LUNCH

A .,u ns :"..; •r:h ld...t Jur, I :mck 1eam su:prl.sed all but one !cam Muell 23 In a 10·1.H.m field at the annual Banana Belt Rela\S !n t..ewl,;ton. .o\lthoucll not • c ldnc am ortlcllll potnt total • =-:1JC !1nlshed JK'COnd to 'o\$1J lrosh with 3~ po\nts. Theo Coe· tnbea finished lO first "Ith ;;o poin:a. "I thlnli IL l& ar. llldlcaUon our track procrw:: ls P&Jlnc o!!." To::; Rt.lbb C.i:dlllJll tlll~k coach aald. '"Ma•be our laud o;ofk ... u pa, :L" In th~ S&lllf.' 1:1ert laa: 3 e..r ..-e w•rtl do•n thM_. and dtdn"t do L~) tbtni;." Robb said. All.lloui;t. tills 'n1s :he debUt :b'" L:acl! SqLllld bro-. &ht horn<' a first In d1Scus o! 130 feet, 6 lnebes tum· d 10 br Lam Bur.r.s fol!o"' ed clos l; bf Tony ThJessen and cahe:a placed In lodl\ t"1U..I r v~r.t!I.

Columbia Basin, Big Bend Win Doubleheaders

Just that she's mod about the refreshing taste of Coco-Colo. It hos the taste you never get tired of. That's why things " go better with Coke, oFter Coke, ofter Coke.

N.I.J.C. Cardinal Review, Vol 22 No 13 April 3, 1968  

Published Semi-Monthly During The College Year By Journalism Students At The North Idaho Junior College