The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 7, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 30, 1968 Page: 1 of 6
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October 30. 1968
Drama Dept. Presentation
'ling's Men' To Open
in Fine Arts
He# IH ,
|H accordance with election
]mus the speech-drama de-
ent at TWC will present
ttjjjp-.lrtzer Prize Winning novel
"All the King's Men," by Robert
drama is directed by Ma-
son'jt hnson and will be presented
inlKi' Fine Arts Auditorium. Nov
, K| . 1-2 f t 8:15 p.m.
I IN t ©' play exposes the political
career of an unscrupulous dicta-
torVviilie Stark, who begins with
"4® raid honest intentions. When
° ! he pi-covers that he is being
. by a cynical machine, he
their m«hods, takes con-
trol of the state.
He cast, in order of appear-
ance The IYefe — or.
" J°hn Gregory: Tiny
^^Lv, by Erica Brown; William
Jim Olnoy; Tom Stark.
Alexander; first man,
,Edwards; Jack Burden.
Gorbett; Anne Stanton,
cy Stark will be portrayed
m Robinson; Dr. Adam Stan-'
tojjjim Brady; Judee Irwin. Ray-
Shelton; Sugar-Boy. Tyler
^^fetrong; Sadie Burke. Betty
Yell"-': Willie Stark, A1 Grab;
CastefHB":' of Jack, D'Anna Rankin.
paying the part of Slade will
Hike Da Prile; second man.
Hale; Mr. Frey. Thad
le crowd will include Carol
ins, Danna McQuern. Lee
i.e. Anna Lou Wood. Mike
lams, Johnnie Skinner, Jr.,
McCandlis and Logan Sword.
;is .'version of "All the King's
Men is taken from the widely
knt.n work which, as a novel.
I the recipient of the Pulitzer
le and ran off Broadway dur-
jthe 1959 season.
le "1949 movie version won
frier:-.;.- A wads for "Best Pic-
ture of the Year," "Best Actor"
H "Best Supporting Actress."
50 won the Film Critic's
be drama is set m a southern
je and is written in a pro-
and three acts. The en-
ur.ent consists" of an open
, formalized setting with
playing areas on seven dif-
nt elevations. The playing
are defined by special
production staff for the
fictions, as released by techni-
jdirector Cecil Cole includes
?en members of the cast,
distant director of the drama
fim Brady; stage manager.
Smotherman. Stage scen-
constructed by the Stage-
Hpt Class 323 under the super-
Hay Coward, who was
tvor: art-fly referred to as
: time instructor in last
ks Rambler, is full time as-
anf- professor of political
nee and economics.
e was assistant professor
|business law for a year at
iversity of Texas at Arling-
vision of Cecil Cole and A) Grab.
The Properties Crew headed by
Jan -H .:•■■■ .ni includes Gary
Gorbelt, Jim McCandles.s. Lisa
Vandorbiii, Linda ilart and Anna
In charge of stag" lighting is
James 1'atman with the crew iw
eluding Carter Phillips. Laura
Lisa Vantk-ri •: and A1
Gr.uA Sound > i.;.-ersteil by Ri>n
Smith and Jo Ann Smith Hoad-
ino the sta' o - : .■■": ■;-■ Hale
with Carol Neils on ;*nrl Thad
Smoi her man* ^
The makeuo and ".r e crews
will be work in,- a • ■ ore,.; • •
rooms. Headiiv.: ihe makeuo >
Barbara "George. H.-r *. .- I
ton. A1 Grab. Sandra Dickers/ n
and Mary Your./ O^Hnre-. v.:
be handled by D-e d Duke ■ -
sisted by Johnnie
Giles Lurieen G>>: < n and Su an
■ The house rnana >• .- Ch • ; i
will U' /he rosijonsibiiity <>f Gay
•McCan I <•;>-. Mike IT -one- • Me-
linda Priii<tnu<n - ;• J Eileen
beii Publicity was; ■ covered- by
Ralph < 5r> • n. ■■ :n • ire;.'' ■ at 5
Lucia Gre -.
A l i:;-- -r, :» ;.-•■•••■ w,;i -"i.dont
jriee•;;■■■_ ■:) Gtmoral ad-
mission for the public is >1."
A DRAMATIC POINT in "All The King's Men" features Rayford Shelton, left, portraying Judge
Irwin anci Gary Gor&eft, right, in a lead role as "Jack Burden."—(PSL Photo)
Business Office Ends
Pupil Bank Accounts
':'h .Viis Wesleyan College
:-r-i:;-.-s ..ffio- is discontinuing
student bank. Student or-
caniit.iti' n accounts are included
• -f-i ;■ -t t ar.k a:d will,
,:;;:K,..it"d. As a
•ia' .-.-rn'-nts are
d ! _ tion funds
: si. . d i e e >ntacted to
:! <f fupds '>n dep' .sit
•„ r- ;ii. r.ira.ged
to redep'S.t . fuad-s in the bank
of their choio'- f<>r safe,-:.'- pmg.
This will afford the opportunity
■ ii have a record of funds as well
as facilitate proper control uver
deposits and disbyrsements.
Arrangements have been made
with the State Bank of East Fort
Worth for TWC student 'organi-
sations to have free banking
Iser-. iCes including printed checks.
«*^This bank is convenient to TWC
and the forms necessary t" <>pen
an account are available in the
office 'f the Dean of Men.
Irregardk ss - >f where the funds
are deposited, it is required that
student organization funds be
disbursed two signatures
one ->f which is t.o be the organi-
zatr»n's treasurer and the other
the sp.>ns >r ' a TWC faculty --.r
The Dean of Men or Dean of
Women .;tv t>» be included as
nv>re permanent authorized sign-
••rs " • .lUthorize changes when
new tr..-.>s".irers and or sponsors
are elected. They will also be
available as a signer, but only
in the event of the unavailability
of the sponsor. Even so. it should
be understood that no funds can
b<p disbui-sed without the student
Seniors Will Sell
The senior class held its first
meeting of ?!v- year Oct. 21 in
the Reed Lecture Theater with
n> wlv-elected president Jay
Dean J Bimev Gross and Dr.
Klaude Kendrick presented' cer-
tificates 11> th< -s-:- seniors receiv-
ing the h.m.»r of election to
Who's Who Among Students in
American Universities and •Col-
tafied to bo shown on clos»d cir-
cuit tcievision at a later dat-
The e'ass project will bo the
sale of student directories. Mem-
bers of the class will foimi c.»m-
mittees for the sale of .ids to
finance the printing c st ->f the
directories. The committees will
be headed bv Bybbv Himsnelreich.
L.arry Giddingsi Jan Hairr.a and
The class elected Dr. Woham
Hailey as class sponsor md re-
cently he accepted the p. sitiyn.
Seniors are asked to watch for
posters and notices announcing
when the next class meeting will
be held. „_.v
-» . —^
Two Vie for SA Sec'y
LITHOGRAPHIC SHOWING located In the Visual Aids room
of the library displays the impressionistic painting of an eye.
The work was done by Garo Antreasian, Associate Professor
of Art at the University of Mexico This painting and several
others will be on display through Nov. 10. ,
—(PSL Photo by Gary R0N|£Sk)
Election for Student Associa-
tion secretary will be held Thurs-
day and Friday in the SUB from
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and in the cafe-
teria from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30
"Candidates for ..the position of
secretary, to replace Jackie
Schultz who resigned due to ill-
ness, are Judy Mehaffy and Mar-—
Judy Mehaffy. a junior ele-
mentary education major, is from
Fort Worth. She was elected
Howdy Queen by the freshman
class this year, was chosen Al-
pha Phi Omega sweetheart last
year, and is a member of Deka,
currently serving as publicity
Judy served as treasurer of
Deka last year and pledge treas-
urer her freshman year.
.-, Marilyn Wiles, from Lake
Worth, is a junior English ma-
jor and political science minor.
She is vice-president of Autiss
social club and served as pledge
" captain last year. She was presi-
dent of her pledge class her
freshman year, at which time
she was chosen best pledge by-
Marilyn is currently pledging
Gamma Sigma Sigma, national
service sorority and is a member
of SEA and WRA.
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The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 7, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 30, 1968, newspaper, October 30, 1968; Fort Worth, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth772539/m1/1/: accessed February 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Wesleyan University.