PAGE 2 THE PILOT NOVEMBER 4, 1966 Let's Stop These Thieves! Letter To The Editor rnmmmMm WiiSSiS'’ Fames O. Davis ny length of Wake up students! We know these persons are c minority. But when a bad apple stays in the barrel foi time, it spreads it’s decay to the rest of the container. T here at Gardner-Webb. If these dishonest students continue unchecked, they could influence others to do dishonest acts. Let’s stop this before it gets out of hand. LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS CoMfiud ' Hardin W 'T TAKE IT THAT FA55lN5 THIS COUR6-H- |6 veer IMPOETANTID VOU.'' By (udy Hardin NEW RULES If the girls of GW had a book to dedicate or a plaque to give, it’s for certain Dean Holland would be a prime candidate! The new rules are the girls can go to the B&J and Snack Shop on Thursday nights until 10:30; dating Friday nights until 11:30 and Saturday nights until 12:00. We’re stunned, but we love it! But note girls - on Thursday nights riding in cars is not allowe'd! DORM DECORATIONS Congratulations to HAPY and Mauney Dorms on receiving the trophy for the best decorations for homecoming. Decker Dorm received honorable mention for their originality. HOMECOMING BRINGS VISITORS Homecoming weekend brought many visitors to the Gard ner-Webb campus. It was good to see so many of the former members of the football and basketball teams and also many former faculty members and administration. MAJOR LEWIS Dean Lewis is a major in the Army reserve and has been in some type of military duty for 16 years. During World War II Dean Lewis was in Italy and since then served as chaplain in the reserve. TICKET PLEASE I’ll bet the students didn’t know we have a former Trail- ways Bus driver on the faculty. Coach Ken Daves formerly worked at this position. Also, we are informed that Coach Daves was Chief Indian on Tweetsie Railroad at one time. We also hear that this brave is an eligible bachelor.

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