The Redbird (Beaumont, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1968 Page: 3 of 12
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Nationally Known Speaker
To Talk on Management
Speech Majors Handle Setting
MEDEA OPENS—The Lamar Theatre will be the scene of togas and splendor as Medea Is put on
the boards Thursday through Saturday. Going over part of scene 1 are, left to right, Linda Tip-
ton, Perry Riley, Claire Beaumont, Rebecca Allard, Judy Simmons and Sharon James. Performances
will be nightly at 8 p.m. (Staff photo by Bobby Dickinson)
Majors in the Speech-Theatre
department have designed the
setting and lighting for ‘Medea*,
the Cardinal Theatre production
to be presented Feb. 22 through
Feb. 24, according to S. Walker
James, Associate professor of
Perry Riley, Beaumont senior
who is playing the role of Aegeus
and has appeared in leading roles
in other productions such as ‘Gi-
deon,* ‘ A Doll's House,*
and ‘Dark of the Moon,* has de-
signed a setting which represents
the outside of Media’s stone house
in the ancient Greek city of Cor-
Mike Phillips, Beaumont so-
phomore, who has served as ac-
tor and technician in several Car-
dinal productions, has designed
the lighting which changes from
Dr. William R. Pampe, as-
sistant professor of geology, has
been appointed to serve a three-
year term on the stratigraphic
correlations committee of the A-
merican Association of Petrol-
eum geologists, accroding to J.
B. Carsey, president.
On the committee. Dr. Pampe
will index geological publications
from areas of Abilene, Corpus
Christi and Lubbock.
According to Pampe, the in-
formation will then be sent to
the University of Nebraska in
Lincoln to be compiled into a
The material, collected from
throughout the United States and
Canada, will be used by sci-
entists as a reference, said Pam-
early afternoon to twilight as the
play progresses. These and other
technical areas, except cos-
tumes, are under the over-all su-
pervision of White A. Jacob, tech-
nical director of theatre and
assistant professor of speech at
Lamar. Mrs. Vera Campbell,
assistant professor of speech, is
Joe Giarratano is stage mana-
ger of the production. The light-
ing crew is headed by Tom Hig-
gins, assisted by Jayne Moore,
Susan King, and Rochelle Bond.
Costume crew head Gail Speed
is assisted by Rebecca Allard,
Kay Kelly, U. S. Keeling, and
Shirley Faulkner. Leslie Aaholm
is in charge of sound, and her
assistant is Billy Jones.
The building and painting crew
is composed of Bill Higgins, Tom
Higgins, Billy Jones, Mike Phil-
lips, and members of the Speech
334 stagecraft class. The pro-
perties crew consists of Judy
Campbell, June Adams and Don
Walker as crew members. Make-
up is under the supervision of
John Hall, with Teri Travis and
Sharon James assistanting.
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pear at a sales rally sponsored
by the Sales and Marketing Ex-
ecutives Club of Beaumont. He
has accepted the invitation to
address business students and
faculty members on Thursday at
9:30 a.m. in 108 Physics.
Mr. Joneshas traveled through-
out America speaking on such
topics as business leadership,
sales, and marketing. When his
offices topped the mark of $100
miUion in sales, he 'retired to
devote his time to sharing his
successful techniques and to form
his own company, Life Manage-
ment Services, Inc.
Dr. J. D. Lanes, dean of the
School of Business, said, ‘We
feel very fortunate in making
it possible for students in the
School of Business to hear Mr.
Jones.* He added that the time
seldom arises when someone of
Mr. Jones’ caliber appears at
The mitral valve of the heart
was always thought to be a pas-
sive flap of tissue, but scientists
have recently discovered that it
actually has muscle fibers,
nerves, blood vessels and the
ability to contract and relax on
Mr. Charles E. Jones, nation-
ally known sales and management
speaker, will appear on the La-
mar Tech campus next week.
Mr. Jones Is scheduled to ap-
Lamar Tech chapter of Chi Ep-
silon, national honor fraternity
for civil engineers, recently se-
lected 5 current students and 26
alumni to be initiated into the
chapter on March 23.
The five present students are
Edward Faggett, Dirk Van Ree-
nan, Robert Stafford, James Mc-
Whorter, and Bobby Wright.
Initiates are chosen from the
top one-third of the senior civil
engineering graduating class with
emphasis placed upon character,
sociability, and scholastic abil-
Current members of the
chapter are James Starewich,
David Eaves, Garrison Smith,
Michael Terry, Garland Pool,
and Stanley Sar man.
The Vatican City State was
established in 1929.
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Goode, Charles. The Redbird (Beaumont, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1968, newspaper, February 16, 1968; Beaumont, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth499310/m1/3/: accessed February 19, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar University.