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rolume XLV Carroll College, Helena, Montana Friday, January 18, 1957 Number 6 Carroll Players To Present Anouilh's 'Antigone' in Butte, Helena, Jan. 21, 22 The Carroll Players, under the direction of Miss Virginia Shaddy, will present Jean Anouilh's version of "Antigone" next week in Butte and Helena. The Butte performance will be held Monday night, Jan. 21, in the Girls' Central High School Little Theater, and the Helena appearance will be at the Marlow Theater Tuesday evening, Jan. 22. written during the Nazi occupation The original "Antigone" was writ- 0f France, and enjoyed great popu- ten by Sophocles over 2,400 years larity in Paris until the German cen- iainis Lose 81-64 Verdict 'o Bears in Conference Opener By Dutch Mings The Fighting Saints opened up their conference season, Friday, Ian. 11, by dropping a disappointing 81-64 verdict to the Rocky ountain Bears in the Hilltop gym. The game started out closely enough, and it looked for a while at the only thing that would keep Rocky in the game was their uracy from the free-throw line. ago. This modern adaptation was bwever, midway in the first half e Saints began to play loose ball d Peterson began grabbing re- unds, Rocky building up a lead they never relinquished. By lftime the Bears had a 45-32 lead. Rocky's only worry at times med to be which man to shake se for a lay-up. Soon the Bears a 66-44 lead. Carroll then had surge of their own, cutting the ad to 70-57. The rally died here mostly be- use of the lid on the Saints' bas- <t and Rocky's control of the back- ards. Mistakes did not hurt the ears too much as the Saints were [etting only one shot at the basket. Rocky got another scare with two minutes left as Gilbert and Kelleher iparked a drive that carried the Hilltoppers to within 10 points of the Bears, 74-64. The two guards Bach stole several passes to go down ind score easy lay-ins. That was as tor as it went, as Rocky scored seven joints in the last 53 seconds to pull luftef danger. Jim Peterson, Rocky's main re- jounder, took high scoring honors irith 22 points, 10 coming from free brows. Jim Trudnowski led the Saints with 20. Veterans Club Formed; [orean Ronus Proposed In the latter part of November, letter was received from the Vet- rans Association in Bozeman, revesting the presence of a delegate ©presenting veterans at Carroll College at a special meeting held in Bozeman to discuss the possibility of a Korean War Bonus Bill. Mr. Thomas Clinch was elected to represent Carroll veterans at this special meeting. Edmund Currie was selected as alternate delegate. At this same meeting the veterans made a motion t h a t a permanent Carroll Veterans Club be established. The motion was approved and temporary officers were elected. They are: Earl Holman, president; James Silva, vice-president; Fredrick Moodry, secretary; and Jerry Munson, treasurer. On Jan. 9, another meeting was held by the organization. A letter to each member of the legislature was drawn up and presented, requesting their support in the passage of House Bill #3, the Korean War Bonus Bill. Fifth Floor South Cops Christmas Decoration Honors The fifth floor south hall was awarded the $10 first prize last month in the annual Carroll Christmas decorations contest (see Prospector, Dec. 18.) The hall was beautifully decorated and the students on the floor spent much time and effort to capture the well-deserved prize. Carroll Expansion Nears Completion The expansion program on the Carroll campus, now nearing completion, is adding a new air to Capitol Hill. All outside brickwork having been completed, the new edifices now enhance the architectural beauty of Carroll's perpendicular Gothic style. Workmen have finished plastering the second floor of Borromeo Hall, and plastering operations on the first floor are rapidly nearing completion. Tile floors, sound-proof ceilings, plumbing, and electrical fixtures are all that remain to be installed before this building becomes ready for occupancy. Latest estimates place the date near the middle of April. In the new science-library building, pipes are being installed and some partitions are going up. This building will be ready to put in use by next September. 11 Seniors Complete Graduation Requirements Eleven Carroll College seniors completed graduation requirements last week after passing oral and written comprehensive examinations in major and minor fields of study. The men and women of Carroll from Helena who have completed their studies for graduation are Lawrence B. Anderson, Arthur J. Foran, and Donald A. Genty, business administration; Raymond C. Mehrens, history; Mary Ann Kied- roski, and Mrs. Mertice M. Partin, nursing education. The others, all from Butte, are Joan Panyon, social sciences; James V. Shannon, bio-chemistry; Thomas L. Tutty, business administration; Claire L. Combo and Rose B. Laslo, nursing education. The January graduates will receive their diplomas with the rest of the class of 1957 at regular commencement exercises May 26, DROPS and DRAMS Ltf'S ALL GET OUT r\MQ SUPPORT THE lim - • A group of Carroll Players putting the final touches on next week's production, "Antigone". From left to right they are, Tom O'Donnell, Tony Provost, Shirley Stafford, Jim Reynolds, Eddie Neuman, and Tom Madden. Mrs. Purker Arrives Here After Flight From Reds Mrs. Anna Purker, mother of the Rev. Francis K. Purker, Carroll Dean of Religion, arrived in Helena Dec. 28, after escaping from her home town of Keresztes during the revolt in Hungary. She will make her home here with her grandniece and family, who arrived Jan. 12. Mrs. Purker fled Hungary on Nov. 4, shortly after the Russians reinvaded Budapest. Tuesday, Jan. 15, Mrs. Purker and several other Hungarian refugees visited with Gov. J. Hugo Aronson and toured the state capitol buildings. Fr. Purker acted as interpreter for the tour, which included visits to the legislative houses. Mrs. Purker, when asked how she liked America, said: "I am sorry that I did not come 30 years ago to this wonderful, friendly country. I like it wherever people like me, and the American people seem extremely lively and friendly. The Prospector, representing the student body and facidty of Carroll, tvishes to cordially welcome Mrs. Purker to her new home. Don't Forget Those Short Stories! Hey! What gives? We thought there was going to be a short story contest. Why this nolo contendere attitude? We know that a vast reservoir of creative talent lies dormant in Carroll brains, but where is it? So far, no (O) short stories have been submitted. Never mind if your typing or writing isn't perfect. You should see ours. The short story contest is conducted by the English department in conjuction with the Prospector. The winning entries will be published in the Prospector. Here are the rules again: 1. All short stories must be original, unpublished, and no more than 2,000 words in length; typed or neatly written. No entries will be returned and they become the property of the Prospector. 2. The setting need not be limited to Montana, as was last year's contest. 3. Contest closes midnight, March 1. 4. All manuscripts must be enclosed in a sealed envelope and mailed to Short Story Contest, The Prospector, Carroll College, Helena, Montana. The author must write his or her name on a separate piece of paper and not sign the manuscript. By Joan Roach Before Christmas vacation there were a great many last week activities at Immaculata Hall. In the auditorium, which was decorated in the holiday spirit, a party was given for underprivileged children. It was complete with a short skit, games, Santa, and presents. It was difficult to tell who was having the most fun, the nurses or the children. The night before vacation started, everyone celebrated by sending Eileen Moran and Marie Kasperick after hamburgers with all the trimmings. Since the order came to around $19, the cafe called Sister Mary Gregory to check the order. Thus, we finally had our impromptu party. The latest word has it that most of the girl's BCG shots are still negative, consequently, they have to have more shots. It looks as if those vaccinations are here to stay! Semester Registration Held Jan. 14-18 Registration for the second semester was held on Jan. 14-18 for all full-time students at Carroll. To eliminate endless registration lines, a new system was initiated, by which students registered with their individual faculty advisors. Several new courses will be offered next semester, together with some taught previously. Included among the new courses are: Introduction to Experimental Psychology, to be taught by Rev. Patrick P. Murray; second semester American Literature, which will be conducted by Sister Agnes Eugenia; The Novel, to be taught by Miss Virginia Shaddy; and the Age of John- sou, to be conducted by Sister Mary Ambrosia. Advanced Quantitative Analysis, which has not been offered for several years, will be taught by Mr. John Sullivan. Mr. Thomas A. Clinch will teach Montana History, which until now has never been offered in the regular session. So far about thirty new students have registered for the second semester. sors caught on to the play's anti- Hitler implications. The members of the cast and their parts are Lee Hightower, Chorus; Thomas Madden, Creon; Shirley Stafford, Antigone, Mac Grimes, Haemon; Bernece Arts, Nurse; Joan Panyon, Ismene; James Steffeck, Messenger; Anne Diekhans, Queen; James Reynolds, First Guard; James Dubay, Second Guard; Anthony Provost, Third Guard; and Edward Neuman, Page, son of the late Dr. Edward Neuman. The members of the production staff are: Thomas O'Donnell, assistant director; Thomas Flynn, James Provost, William Ambrosetti and Helen Cox, advertising; Gary Dietzen, music; Patricia Casey, gowns; Rev. W. L. Waggenor, Ruth McEach- ran, Armand Pepe, and Donald Peoples, makeup; William Ambrosetti and Helen Cox, stage set; Donald A. Murphy, R. David Bielefeld and Eugene St. Mary, properties; Robert McCauley and James Smart, lights. The play concerns the conflict between Antigone and her uncle Creon, the king of Thebes. Their conflict is a basic one, between the material and the spiritual, between the state and the rights of the individual. Exemplified in Creon's refusal to bury Antigone's brother, the conflict reaches its climax when, having defied the materialist Creon, Antigone is taken away to be killed. Here, at the last, Creon realizes his error and becomes an old, broken man, awaiting his own death. Ned School Candidates To Take Admission Test Candidates for admission to medical school in the fall of 1958 are advised to take the Medical College Admission Test in May, it was announced by Educational Testing Service, which prepares and administers the test for the Association of American Medical Colleges. These tests, required of applicants by almost every medical college throughout the country, will be given twice during the current calendar year. Candidates taking the May test, however, will be able to furnish scores to institutions in early fall, when many medical colleges begin the selection of their next entering class. Candidates may take the MCAT on Saturday, May 11, 1957, or on Tuesday, October 29, 1957, at administrations to be held at more than 300 local centers in all parts of the eounrty. The Association of American Medical Colleges recommends that candidates for admission to classes starting in the fall of 1958 take the May test. The MCAT consists of tests of general scholastic ability, a test on understanding of modern society, and an achievement test in science. According to ETS, no special preparation other than a review of science subjects is necessary. All questions are of the objective type. Copies of the Bulletin of Information, which gives details of registration and administration, as well as sample questions, are available from pre-medical advisors or directly from Educational Testing Service, 20 Nassau Street, Princeton, New Jersey. Completed applications must reach the ETS office by April 27 and October 15 respectively for the May 11 and October 29 administrations.
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Carroll College, Helena, Montana Friday, January 18, 1957
Carroll Players To Present Anouilh's
'Antigone' in Butte, Helena, Jan. 21, 22
The Carroll Players, under the direction of Miss Virginia Shaddy, will present Jean Anouilh's version of "Antigone" next week in
Butte and Helena. The Butte performance will be held Monday
night, Jan. 21, in the Girls' Central High School Little Theater, and
the Helena appearance will be at the Marlow Theater Tuesday
evening, Jan. 22. written during the Nazi occupation
The original "Antigone" was writ- 0f France, and enjoyed great popu-
ten by Sophocles over 2,400 years larity in Paris until the German cen-
iainis Lose 81-64 Verdict
'o Bears in Conference Opener
By Dutch Mings
The Fighting Saints opened up their conference season, Friday,
Ian. 11, by dropping a disappointing 81-64 verdict to the Rocky
ountain Bears in the Hilltop gym.
The game started out closely enough, and it looked for a while
at the only thing that would keep Rocky in the game was their
uracy from the free-throw line.
ago. This modern adaptation was
bwever, midway in the first half
e Saints began to play loose ball
d Peterson began grabbing re-
unds, Rocky building up a lead
they never relinquished. By
lftime the Bears had a 45-32 lead.
Rocky's only worry at times
med to be which man to shake
se for a lay-up. Soon the Bears
a 66-44 lead. Carroll then had
surge of their own, cutting the
ad to 70-57.
The rally died here mostly be-
use of the lid on the Saints' bas-
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