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    Congratulations
to all
December graduates
Wi)t
MERRY CHRISTMAS
and HAPPY NEW YEAR from
the entire PILOT staff.
Gardner-Webb College—Home of the Bulldogs
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1972
BOILING SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA
Debbie Burns (center) l> the fint recipient of the title of Mist Anchor.
FInt runncpup l( Lanlta Wright (right) and second runne^up for the
title ii Donna Turner (left).
SGA News
Legislation was introduced to
the senate on Dec. 4 requesting
that a document be prepared
which would contain a written
explanation of student rights and
responsibilities; Chief Justice Milce
Stewart will be chairperson of
the committee to prepare this doc
ument. It is hoped that rules and
regulations and policies which di
rectly affect students will receive
major emphasis in this document,
as there has been problems in the
past with infractions of rules with
which students were not aware.
Officers .of AWS and MAC and
justices will sfrve on the commit
tee which will cohduct an in
depth study of judicial practices
and procedures.
The Student Union Board Com
mittee reported that it had begun
It rough draft on the constitution
and by-laws for a Stulent Union
Board. In cooperation with the
Constitutional Review Committee,
the SUB would unite the activi
ties of the campus.
Realizing that Spring Jubilee is
an intergral part of campus ac
tivities, a motion was carried to
have a committee organize this
activity. Guidelines for the coffee^
house were presented and ap
proved and the food commttee
was approved to be a standing
committee. This legislation should
provide the food committee with
more strength anl if valid com
plaints are not acted upon by
cafeteria management, an appeal
may be presented to the Student
Life Committee.
Impeachment proceeding were
begun by the senate on Walter
Biggs and Gerry Valencourt for
failure to fulfill the responsibili-
1 ties of senator. Both students had
continued to fail to attend senate
meetings. The impeachment will
be carried to the judicial board
for further action.
Student ludlclal Hearing
At a call-meeting on December
4, the student judicial body ruled
on case 72-732. The charges con
sisted of violation of campus code
42—theft. The accused student
pleaded guilty and after lengthy
deliberation, the student judicial
body ruled, by majority vote, to
place the individual on discipli
nary probation for the remainder
of the fall semester and suspension
for spring semester ’73.
In September the student judi
cial justices ruled on case 72-731
which involved cheating and they
delivered the same sentence.
Holiday Tournament Queen
The 1972 Holiday Tournament
Queen is Patti Fisher, a freshman.
The runners-up were Linda Al
bright and Lanita Wright.
Nominees were presented by
campus clubs and organizations
and in chapel assembly on Tues
day, December 5, the student body
voted on the Queen.
Patti Fisher and her court will
reign during the Basketball Holi
day Tournament played at Gard
ner-Webb, December 29-30.
Debbie Burns Awarded
“Miss Anchor—1973’’
The ANCHOR held its first an
nual Miss ANCHOR contest with
ten candidates vying for the title.
Debbie Burns, a sophomore Music
major from Kings Mountain, was
selected to receive the honor. Deb-
Christmas
Drive
The Gardner-Webb SGA in co
operation with the Cleveland
County Community Action has
started a drive to help under
privileged families throughout the
Boiling Springs and Shelby areas.
SGA president Steve Riddle and
J. C. Cole initiated the project
after a Sociology class under Mr.
Lansford Jolley toured the poverty-
stricken areas in Boiling Springs
and Shelby.
Students are asked to contribute
can goods, clothing or toys, and
these articles will be collected in
a designated area in the cafeteria
under the Christmas tree. These
items are being picked up by the
Cleveland County Community Ac
tion and distributed to needy fam
ilies. If there is a surplus of items
and all the physical needs of fam
ilies in this area are met, the re
maining goods will be taken to
the Salvation Army for distribu
tion in other areas.
Ths is the first year the SGA
has attempted such a project. The
fullest cooperation of the student
body is required and if the re
sponse is successful, the SGA
plans to make it a year round
project. "It seems hypocritical to
me that people only care around
Christmas time. Remember these
underprivileged families must eat
year round,” commented Sieve
Riddle.
Althouph a similar project has
been initiated by women’s resi
dent halls in past years, this is
the first time the SGA has at
tempted to underscope this type
of campus project.
bie is captain of the cheerleading
squad and a member of the college
chorus and gymnastic team.
Lanita Wright, a junior educa
tion major from Shelby is first
runner-up, and Donna Turner, a
senior psychology major from
Blacksburg, S. C., is the second
runner-up.
The Miss ANCHOR title was
created this year by the annual
staff under the guidance of its
editor, John Fowler. The staff
nominated ten students who were
to be judged on their beauty,
poise, and participation in school
activities. The contestants were
selected from the sophomore,
junior, and senior classes and are
in good academic standing.
Contestants for the event were:
Myra Botts, Shelby; Lawana Co
oper, Cherokee; Judy Greene,
Charlotte; Sherry High, Gastonia;
Glbris Holt, Durham; Gay Shouse,
Winston-Salem; and Carolyn Vin
son, Valdese.
The yearbook will be in Miss
Anchor’s honor and she will be
featured. Her name will be en
graved in gold on her yearbook.
She will represent the ANCHOR
at banquets and variius school
festivities.
The judges were Mr. Jonas
Bridges of WKMT radio In Kings
Mountain and Mr. Ken Vassey of
WADA radio in Shelby. The pres
entation of the 1973 Miss Anchor
was made by assistant editor Bud
Thomas and editor John Fowler
at a dinner held in the Bulldog
Room of the Student Center on
Tuesday, November 29.
Registration Schedule
Reg'Stration for second semester
will begin on Wednesday, Jan
uary 3 with the return of board
ing students.
January 3 will also begin orien
tation of readmission students,
first-time freshman, and new
transfers. This will begin in Ham-
ricg Auditorium at 1:30 p.m. and
will involve academic orientation
of the same group.
Early registration of the regis
tration workers and student nurses
will be on Wednesday afternoon
at 3:00 p.m. in the student center.
Registration on Thursday, Jan
uary 4, will begin with the regis
tration of special groups at 8:00
and will follow with the registra
tion of seniors and juniors:
2:30- 3:15 p.m. Juniors,
H thru L
3:15- 4:00 p.m. Juniors,
A thru G
Friday, January 5 will be the
final day of registration involving
9:30-10:15 a.m.
Seniors,
S thru Z
10:15-11:00 a.m.
Seniors,
M thru R
11:00-11:45 a.m.
Seniors,
H thru L
11:45-12:30 p.m.
Seniors,
A thru G
1:00- 1:45 p.m.
Juniors,
S thru Z
1:45- 2:30 p.m.
Juniors,
M thru R
the sophomores
and freshman:
8:30- 9:15
a.m.
Sophomores,
S thru Z
9:15-10:00
ajn.
Sophomores,
M thru R
10:00-10:45
a.m.
Shopomores,
H thru L
10:45-11:30
a.m.
Sophomores,
A thru G
1:00- 1:45
p.m.
Freshmen,
S thru Z
1:45- 2:30
p.m.
Freshmen,
M thru R
2:30- 3:15
p.m.
Freshmen,
H thru L
3:15- 4:00
p.m.
Freshmen.
A thru G
4:00- 4:45
p.m.
First-time
Freshmen, entering 2nd
Semester
Registration this semester will
begin at the end of the alphabet
since it started at the beginning
during the fall registration. Also
registration is in the order of class
seniority.
Students Affected By Financial Aid Cut
The National Direct Student
Loan Fund has been cut and has
affected 233 Gardner-Webb stu
dents. This is a federal loan fund
which became effective July 1,
1972 replacing the old National
Defense Loan.
Gardner-Webb had received ini
tial approval that they would be
granted the federal loan funds and
on this basis the loans were grant
ed. In mid-October Mr. Bill Briggs,
Director of Student Personnel Ser
vices, received information that
final approval of the funds had
been lenied and that Gardner-
Webb had lost 539,500.
This federal cut-back affected
233 students that were on the
program and while 177 students
lost partial funds, 26 students lost
all funds. The average cut-back
was $300 per student.
Mr. Briggs stated that the c
back was not an arbitrary denial
of funds by the college but the
cut-back had come from the fed
eral government. He also statel
that college regulations provided
that students were responsible for
all payments before pre-register
ing, but due to the situation ar
rangements could be made through
the Financial Aid Deparunent.
    

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