Rogue news. (Ashland, Or.) 19??-????, January 22, 1965, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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ROGUE NEWS
FRIDAY, JAN. 22, 1965
Tim Thompson
'The Freshman Blues'
Tim Thompson, 1964 AHS
graduate, was featured in the
January 8 issue of LIFE maga
zine. The magazine is currently
running a series of articles on
the terrific academic and social
pressure encountered by the stu
dent, teacher, and president of
an Ivy League college.
After receiving a scholarship to
Yale, Tim was chosen for the
story as a result of an interview
with a LIFE reporter last
summer.
The main objective of the
feature story is to show the
tremendous competition endured
by the students at a modern uni-
Help!
Mystery Students
Mystery Students in the last
issue of the Rogue News were
Student Body vice-president
Maria Drew and Thespian Mike
Lundergan.
This issue's mystery girl is a
brown-haired, blue-eyed junior.
She is 5'5i" and wears size 5
shoes and size 7 gloves. Ashland
is her birthplace, and Feb. 20
is her birthdate. Among her fa
vorites are pizza, the color blue,
and bowling. Loud-mouthed
people are her pet peeve.
A 5'1" senior with brown hair
and blue eyes is the mystery boy.
lie wears size lOMs shoes and size
7 !n hat. He was born in Eugene,
Ore. on Oct. 3. Some of his favor
ites are modern problems, golf,
chicken and noodles, and the
color green. The mystery boy's
pet peeve is people saying oh.
vcrsity. Since Sputnik in 1953
there has been both an increased
quantity and quality of high
school students applying for ad
mission to the "prestige colleges."
Yale is one of these colleges.
Wanting to reduce the number of
students and to see if the college
prospect can keep his head above
the academic flood waters, col
leges dump extra work on the
new freshmen to eliminate those
who can't swim. The others float
back to "nice, safe" home town
colleges. According to its presi
dent, Yale is "a competitive place.
but it's a competition which re
wards all its participants."
A methodical day for Tim
starts at 6 a.m. and ends at mid
night. Along with classes, studies,
and a part-time scholarship job,
Tim washes his own clothes and
irons his own shirts. Tim, who
lettered in baseball and basket
ball, finds no time for even in
tramural sports due to his de
manding schedule.
"Streaks of Western individ
ualism," according to the article,
"are standing Tim in good stead."
The picture essay went on to
point out that Tim has gone
through a cultural shock where
by Kandy Korthase
I couldn't help noticing the
students of AIIS on their way to
the pep assembly last Friday.
The mass exodus of students rush
ing from their classes makes
Macy's on sale day look like a
kindergarten recess!
Fearing to brave the crowd
when the bell rang, I dashed for
the corner by the clock to "wait
out the storm." But my corner
was not my own for long. Twenty-
three other cowardly students
had the same idea and the same
corner in mind. I was forced to
move on.
In the process of finding an
other island of calm in this
treacherous sea of peaple, I was
shoved along at an alarming
rate of speed
One poor soul who evidently
couldn't keep up with the pace
was slowly being ground into the
linoleum. I learned later that she
wasn't the only fatality. One boy
was trampled to death at the foot
of the stairs when he stooped
to pick up a book. Another girl
suffocated when she was trapped
in her locker by someone slam
ming the door as he rushed by.
Thirty-seven other students were
Your Interest
Recently I saw a copy of the Rogue News on a
lunch table. It was cut up and mutilated. I realize
this is only one paper and one incident, but it made
me wonder just what happens to the copies of our
paper after they are handed out to the classes.
What was the life of this beaten, mistreated
paper? Was it just stuck in a notebook and thrown
into a locker until after the vacation and then
brought out for an undeserving assassination?
Do you read your copy of the newspaper? Our
staff tries to put out a paper that is interesting and
full of news that is of concern to the Ashland High
School student body. We are often told of things that
are not done right, of things that are dull, but we
are rarely told when something is liked.
If you read something that you like and would
like to see more of, tell one of the staff members.
We would appreciate knowing what you students
would like to read. And remember that you don't
have to be on the newspaper staff to write for the
newspaper. This is your paper, and we want you to
be interested in it! K. B.
hl:!T na,dJ? tnHPLt0."Ii0U! center set up by the Red Cross
shock (where last year's Honor
Society president competes with
collegians who have studied in
Europe and were heads of their
classes in high school.
The article goes on to state
further that Tim will undoubted
ly make good at Yale because he
has what it takes to win out in
the competition spirit.
Ain't It True?
by Kathy Brown
On Wednesday evening, Jan.
20, 19i5, many lamps were turned
on in bedrooms and studies all
over Ashland. These lights burn
ed in the late afternoon, the early
evening, the late evening, and on
into the night. What was this
special occasion? im sure you
all know. es, that's right, exam
eve. But why all this last minute
cramming? Well, let's interview
a suspect and get some facts.
A typical teenager, we'll call
him Faultless Walt, was asked
this fatal question, "Why didn't
you study before this?" And the
answer was, "I had too many
other things to do." Then we
made the mistake of asking this,
GRIZZETTES
The Grizzettes recently got
new outfits. These are red cor
duroy A-nne sKirts and over
blouses. The girls were in charge
of making their own uniforms.
Their complete outfits are as
follows: Red skirt and blouse,
red tennis shoes, white gloves
and white tam.
Plans for the future are:
January 31, a snow party with
the Lettermen.
February 5, sponsors of
after game dance with the Na-
varros.
SPANISH CLUB
According to Mrs. Lois Wright
Spanish instructor, the Spanish
Club will not hold their next
n the dean's office.
Things settled down fairly well
after the students were seated in
the gymnasium where the as
sembly was being held.
I spoke with the custodians
who must clean the halls after
such processionals. They reported
having found, amongst the tons
of debris in the halls, three pairs
of badly broken eyeglasses, oneibox is being made. All that was
purse, the contents of which were I found of the old box after last
ifted but no pieces large enough j Friday was the hole in the top!)
vhat things?' The answers we meeting until after the semester
Sot back, boy! "Well, there were is over, due to the semester finals
for identification could be found,
and a student teacher or at
least they think it's a student
teacher!
There have been several sug
estions made for remedying this
situation. One was to install traf
fic lights; however, I am afraid
the intersections created by them
would 'be murder! Another was
to let students out class-by-class,
but this would cut down on both
class and assembly time
More suggestions are desperate
ly needed. If you happen to come
up with any, please place them
in the b:x at the back of the
study hall atfer Tuesday. (A new
those afternoons at the Sweet
Shop. Then those week nights, I
had too much homework to do
and just barely enough time dur
ing commercials to do it in! And
those Saturday and Sunday after
noons? Well, I was busy driving
around town looking for , well,
mostly just looking."
"And my weekend nights?
Hmm, they are pre-planned by
my, ah, agent" (his steady who,
incidentally, was cramming that
night, too).
You see, things come together
in the end, and there is only one
conclusion that can be evaluated
from this information. This con
clusion is "You're only a teenager
once, so live this time of your
life the way teenagers have been
doing for many years.
Bob Krauie
PIONEER ENCO SERVICE
Across from the
1st National Bank
"Put a tiger in
your tank"
and extra projects
FRENCH CLUB
A new constitution was adopt
ed in the French Club at their
last meetinng, on Jan. 6. They
also played a game called "Allez
Op!" Their next meeting is going
to be held on Jan. 20, where more
songs and games are planned.
According to Mrs. Ida Simon,
French teacher, all interested
students are welcome to attend.
They do not have to be taking
rrench this year.
G R A
Activities for the GRA are as
follows:
Monday, January 25, there will
be a basketball scrimmage with
SOC, here.
Monday, February 8, there will
be a basketball game here with
Central Point.
Thursday, February 18, the
GRA will hold a powder-puff
basketball game. There will be
three short games. The first will
be between the GRA members
and the Lettermen, who will be
wearing boxing gloves. The sec
ond will be between the GRA,
who will be wearing boxin
gloves, and the women faculty.
Half-time entertainment will
be supplied by the Flag-Boys. The
last of the three games will be
between the GRA team and any
interested non-GRA members.
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Exchange News
Reading the Red Bluff Union
High School's paper, 1 was in
terested in a rhetoric grammar
test, found in an old issue. You
see a beautiful girl walking down
the street. She's singular, you are
nominative. You walk across the
street, changing to verbal, and
then if she is not objective, you
become plural. You walk home.
Her mother is accusative, and
you, imperative. You talk of the
future, she changes to the objec
tive. You kiss her, and she be
comes masculine. Her father be
comes present, things are tense,
and you become a past participle.
Lincoln High School's Student
Body Cabinet recently proposed
a list of causes which they felt
were partially responsible for to
day's public teenase image. Trudy
York, drafter of the article, said
that the statement is a general
analysis of social, economic, aca
demic, and psychological factors
of one group's opinions, "not a
factual or statistical data sheet.
nor a comprehensive survey.
The Cabinet proposed to send
the statement to organizations
concerned with youth problems.
with the hope that it will spark
investigation into the outlines
problem areas.
Because of student disagree
ment, the statement was turned
over to a oemmittee and then to
the general assembly. If it is
passed, the article will be sent to
the White House Committee on
Children and Youth, the Gover
nors Committee on Children and
Youth, the Metropolitan Youth
Commission, the Youth Advisory
Council, and the Oregon Youth
Council, local Parent-Teacher As
sociations, and elementary school
principals.
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