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Aletheia. volume (None) 1977-1997, April 20, 1993, Image 2

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The Aletheia Montreat-Anderson College Tuesday, April 20, 1993 1993 Montreat-Anderson College Art exhibit April 19 - 23 Belk Campus Center Gallery 133 M - F 10 am - 4 pm M-AC Captures Creative Minds By Shalimar Kinsey The 1993 Montreat-Anderson College Art Exhibit will be sponsored by the Art Department of the Humanities Division. Gallery 133 in Belk Campus Cen ter will be open tom 10 am to 4 pm, April 19 -23. The artwork being displayed will come from a variety of mediums, including: draw ing, painting, photography, sculpture, writ ten and musical compositions. Although essentially a student exhibit, the show will also feature the works of M- AC staff and administration. One signifi cant non - student contributor is Art DeJong, Vice President for Advancement, with photographs of the Northwest and carvings of common and rare woods, like Ceanothus-burl. Celebration and Concert Choir Perform By Matt Haney Monday, at 7:30 pm, students will have an opportunity to enjoy the musical talents of the Concert Choir and Celebration. The Concert Choir will be performing: "How Excellent is Thy Name O' Lord" by Handel, "Magnify Glorify" by Robert Adams, 'For the Beauty of the Earth" by Rudder. TTiey will be accompanied by Celebration in performing Schubert's "Holy, Holy, Holy", before closing with the piece "A Gaelic Blessing". Celebration will also be performing: "Kum Ba Yah", the African melody, "We Worship You" by Pethel and Borchart, "Make His Praise Glorious" by Wolavaer, "As for Me and My House" by Vader and Rouse, "Let the Church Arise" by Williams and Fargason, and "There's a Hope Beyond the Grave" by Vader, Rouse and Kirkland. Dr. Neil claims, "[This is the one of] the best groups that I've worked with since I've been here." Cavs Challenged by Elon and Bluefield By Ed Heidol The Montreat-Anderson College Cava liers' baseball team is leading an impressive season. Most recently they played Elon Col ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE Tuesday, April 20 10 am Convocation - SGA Elections Gaither Chapel 10:30 am Off campus student meeting Gaither Chapel 3 pm Cav. Baseball Clinch Valley 7 pm Spring Honors Convocation Gaither Chapel 9 -11 pm Open House Davis and Howerton Halls Wednesday, April 21 3 pm General Competency Test 3rd Floor Belk 5:45 pm Student Activities Meeting BCC Lounge 7 pm Prayer Meeting Gaither Chapel 9 -11 pm Open House M-A Hall Thursday, April 22 Board of Trustees 10 am Chapel - Dr. Bill Dudley Gaither 8 pm Arms and the Man Gaither 9-11 pm Open House Davis & Howerton Halls Friday, April 23 Board of Trustees 8 pm Arms and the Man Gaither Saturday, April 24 1 pm M-AC Baseball double header Newell field 9 pm Spring Formal Blue Ridge Assembly Sunday, April 25 9:45 am InterAct BCC Lounge 7 pm Vespers McGregor Lobby Monday, April 26 3 pm Baseball vs. Warren Wilson Newell field 4:05 pm SGA Executive MSB 6:05 pm SGA Legislative BCC Conf. room 7 pm Chess Club BCC 304 7:30 pm Spring Concert w/ Concert Choir Gaither 9:15 pm FCA meeting BCC Lounge 9 -11 pm Open House M-A Hall lege and Bluefield in a double header. On Friday, April 16, the Cavs competed against Eton in a non-conference game. Elon out scored the Cavs seven to two. Even though the Cavs didn't pull through, there still were highlights of players' ability. Chris Robertson, who pitched seven in nings of the game, (xily walked three batters. Jamie Jessie and Anon McCall, then pitched the last two innings. Jay Johnson rocketedapitch for a homerun. Chris FuUbright, Chris Hoyle, Jay Johnson, and Shawn Wills all had base hits. Hoyle, however, snagged a double with his hit. When asked his opinion of the team, Chris Robertson, stated, "All we need to do is play more together and in the future we will be outstanding." On Saturday, the Cavs played a double header against Bluefield College, splitting the victories in half. In the first of the two games the final score was Bluefield sbe, Cavs two. Starter Jay Allen pitched a strong game in defeat, with four strikeouts and only three walks. Jessee started pitching in the fourth inning and fin ished by strikingout three and walkingonlyone. The players with base hits included: Chad Greene with two, Chris Glasgow with (xic, Chris FulNight with a double and one RBI. The Cavs lost the first game 6 - 2. Chad Greene stated, "We are all pretty young, in experienced, and we're not swinging our bats to our ability. If we came to the ball parks swinging to our ability, we could beat anybody." The batting picked up in tire second game against Bluefield and the Cavs wrapped up a landslide win by playing to tlrcir ability and proving their talent. The team played well, especially with Laixx; "Magoo" McCall hitting a home ran. "The ball almost went over the scoreboard," said sophomore Traci Haynes. Kirk Browman, head trainer for Blue field stated, "The Cavaliers had good ^rts- manship, nice facilities, and great leadership. They beat as upatourfieldearlierthis season. It's obvious that Chaplain has waked with them." Yearbook Staff Overcomes Budget Cuts By Marsha Evans The 1993 Montreat-Anderson yearbooks have arrived. The traid new annuals will be available tonight in the Belk Campus Center, following the Spring Honesrs Convocation. The editOT of the yearbook, Janie King exclaims, "We're excited about it coming out!" The hard-working staff includes Jason Baker, Daphne CogdiU, Elizabeth Kitsteincr, and Heath Peak. King states. "Although there have been a la of budget cuts, we hope that students' reac tions to the book will be just as higli as tlic yearbooks in the past." Board of TVustees Gains New Members By Marsha Evans On April 21, 22, and 23, Montreat- Anderson will host their annual Board of Trustees meeting in the Fellowship Hall. There will be a seating of six new trustees to the board replacing the four trust ees who have rotated off after serving three consecutive terms. These new members are James L. Davis, from the Miami OrangeBowlCommittee; Mrs. E. Laurence Davis HI, who is active in church and civic affairs in Raleigh; James L. Hewitt of Orlando.Florida, one of the original investosof the Oriando Magic; L. Allen Morris, who is a ietiredbusinc.s.sman from Miami; and B. Palmer McArthur Jr., an attorney from Chariotte. President Hurt commented that these individuals are "the finest Christians you would ever want to meet anywhere." Hurt will be giving a "State of the College Address" during the meeting. OnApil22, the Committee will honor Dr. Calvin Thielman for his 31 years of dedication to Montreat. The Aletheia Contributors Eric Bush, Marsha Evans, Kenneth Graham, Matt Haney, Ed Heidel, Jamie King, Shalimar Kinsey, Kathryn Lettcrman & Mark Pardue Editor Jennifer Gunsch Faculty Advisors Rich Gray & Brian Fuller The Aletheia is published weekly by the journalism students of Montreat-Anderson College in cooperation with the Office of Student Activities. The Aletheia welcomes student editorials subject to standards of length and clarity. Signed submissions may be made to the main office of Gaither Hall.

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