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Aletheia. volume (None) 1977-1997, September 16, 1994, Image 2

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The Aletheia Montreat-Anderson College September 16,1994 Student Leaders Elected by Aron Gabriel On Tuesday, September 6, 1994, the first class meetings were held. The purpose of the class meetings was to elect officers for the 1994-1995 school year. The results of the respective class meetings were as follows; In the freshman class president's race, Antwan Phelps edged Chris Baltzegar in a run off election. Phelps stated, "It's not re ally a surprise to me. I feel that I possess leadership qualities." Also, in a run-off election, Kelly Lang defeated Zack Durham for the vice president position. Ben Foster won the mem- ber-at-large race, and Alan Hines was selected to the honor court position. In the sophomore class elections, Sabrina Rogers de feated Larry Gritton in the vice presidential race. However, since Rogers already has an SGA position, Gritton will serve as vice presi dent. In the member-at-large race, J.R. Cunningham ousted Tyrone Jones. Lady Cavaliers by Jonathan Bennett On Monday night at McAlister Gym, the Cavalier volleyball team fell to Milligan College. It was the first regular season home match for the Lady Cavaliers and proved to be a difficult defeat. Milligan took the first game 15-4, but the Cavs scrambled back in the second game and pulled off a 15-13 win. However, Milligan took the next two 15-8 and 15-9 to close out the match. Stephanie Cone led the Lady Cavaliers in kills with 15 followed by Middle Hitter, Gail Collingsworth, who piled up nine put-aways, including a nasty, cross court spike in the third game which blistered the Milligan defense. Christi Waddell and Jenny Douthit led the team in digs with But, since neither candidate has been at M-AC for two se mesters, the position will be filled at a later date. In response to the decision, Cunningham stated, "I think the two semester rule should be changed. I love M-AC, and I have no intentions of leaving ever. Viva M-AC." Finally, Aaron Gilchrist was selected to be the honor court representative. In the junior class elections. V-ball Team Falls to Milligan eight each. Defense Specialist Sabrina Aron Gabriel ran unopposed Auditions Launch Fall Season by Kathryn Letterman and Christian Malone Montreat-Anderson's Grey beard Players began prepara tions Wednesday for their up coming season. Whence, di rected by sophomore Miriam Chapen, will be performed in early November. Bill W. and Dr. Bob, directed by M. Janie King will be performed the first week of December. Auditions took place on Wednesday night with over twenty students nervously gath ered in the game room of Davis Hall. The casting results will be posted sometime today. Whence takes place in a post -apocalyptic society where the world was destroyed by nuclear warfare and everyone lives underground. This will be Chapen's deput as a director. Bill W. and Dr. Bob is a play about the two men who started Alcoholics Anonymous back in the 1930's. This full length production will be the second directing the sis in M-AC's history. The first v/a.s Screwtape directed last fall by Jennifer Hardman. King was also the techni cal director of last spring's play. The Lion in Winter. Brian Fuller, professor of English Communications com mented, "I'm very excited she (King) is directing. She has done some fine work in the past, and I think she will do an excellent job with this." King commented that she believes drama is on the rise hereatMontreat-Anderson. She continued that the troupe needs more support from faculty and students. She remarked, "I think it is important for M-AC to devote more time and effort to the arts departments." Alpha Psi Omega, the na tional collegiate drama frater nity, member Naj Alicea, who auditioned for the plays on Wednesday commented, "I liked the new location of the audi tions. The atmosphere was lighter. The turnout was also impressive." Next semester, the spring mainstage performance will be directed by Fuller. Times and locations for auditions will be post'ed early next semester. Student Directories may be purchased in the Belk Cam pus Center Store for$1. In analyzing the key to the game, Coach Darin Chaplain stated, "We didn't pass the ball well and we made too many mistakes. Our ef fort was good, but Milligan took advantage of our mistakes. "Milligan College passed the ball exceptionally well which en abled their setter to pick and choose her spots on the court and therefore resulted in easy kill opportunities for Milligan." Rogers commented, "We played a lot better than we did last week but we're still not playing like we can. " I think we can go a long way this season if we learn to play con sistently." Chaplain also added, "This team is head and shoulders above any team we've ever had. But every team in the conference has gotten better as well. There are no easy matches on our schedule." New Program Focuses on Leadership Developmental Skills Exciting, challenging, new off-campus, semester-long program being offered. This program, operating out of Chicago, will focus on leadership development skills while exploring the dynamics of urban issues. Exposure to a variety of working urban models using the city as a classroom. Full semester academic credit with internship, offered January '95. For more information, contact Darwin Glassford on campus. CULD rep will be on campus September 21,1994. and was voted vice president. In response to Gabriel's vic tory, junior Kevin Laws stated, "I think I would have done a much better job." Jason Baker defeated Jamie Jessee for the member-at-large position. Running unopposed was Shane Wilson, who won the honof court position. Lastly, the senior class elec tion results. M-A Hall Resident Janie King was named vice president. In the member-at- large race. Heather Meister came away victorious. Finally, Chris Schmidt walked away with the honor court position. Cavalier Baseball Team Gears Up .. .Preparations for spring season in progress by Chris Howard Using fall practices, the base ball team is shaping up to swing away and batter up a strong spring. The 1994 squad finished last semester with an overall record of seven games below 500. They won nineteen games but lost twenty-six. The Cavaliers qualified for their first ever district tournament, but the team dropped its first two matches 4-1 and 6-4. However, they did pull off big regular season wins over two good teams. Their team held on for close wins over NCAA II Gardner Webb, 8-6, and NCAA IUNCA, 7-6. The M-AC sluggers are look ing to build off last year to have a strong season. Also, two returning players were All-Conference from last semester and expectations are fueled by a third place conference finish (12-9). With plenty of strengths, the biggest weakness on the field will be the loss of Lance McCall, who is finishing his degree this semester. McCall was named All-Con ference two consecutive seasons. His 38 runs batted in was second in the conference in 1994. "We've got a big hole to fill at second base", remarked Head Coach Darin Chaplain. Experience will be the prime strength in 1995. In Chaplain's third season, eighteen of this year's 38 players are returning from last year's squad. "We believe the seniors are our leaders," commented Chaplain. No official captain has been selected, so the leadership for the team will be expected from senior Shawn Wills. The offense will be led by All- Conference and All-District team member Joe Snyder. From the mound, the pitching staff will be led by Shane Hatcher for yet another year. The All-Con ference player finished 9-5 after lead ing the conference in record pitches. "They've done a real good job," stated Chaplain commenting about what he's seen of the freshmen and transfers thus far. The Aletheia Editor-In-Chief Advisor Chad Smith Sherrie Willcox Instructor Macteer Staff Associate Brian Fuller Kathiyn Letterman Contributors Jonathan Bennett, J. R. Cunningham, Aron Gabriel, Christopher Howard, Janie King, Christian Malone, Phil Parker, Jeff Reardon, Robby Suddeth, Stephanie Young. The Aletheia is published weekly by students enrolled in the Journalism and Editing Workshop courses and is funded by the Student Govermnent Association The Aletheia welcomes student editorials subject to standards of length and clarity. Signed submissions may be made to the Aletheia box in the Document Center, Belk Campus Center.

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