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Gardner-\Nebb College—Home of the Bulldogs
THURSDAY, MARCH 1,1973
BOILING SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA
Contest Winners Announced
“Reflections,” the college liter- literary works and numerous
ary magazine, will be released in drawings and sketches. He
the middle of April. The winners of ^
the literary contest have been an
The contest included creative
material in the categories of short
stories, plays, poetry and art. Ma
terial for publication was submit
ted by Gardner-Webb students and
faculty, and community residents.
The short story division was won
by Clyde Roberson. His short story
is entitled “Unexpected.”
“Black is My World” by Becky
Sigmon won the award for the best
The art award was won by Judy
Greene who submitted six pen and
ink drawings. One of her drawings
may be used for the cover design.
The winners in the poetry divi
sion have not been announced.
Editor Charles Lineberger stated
that the “Poetry submitted was ex
cellent and the judges were having
a difficult time judging the best en
try.” The poetry division includes
five divisions which concern ethics,
love, religion, brotherhood, liber
ation, and environment.
The contest winners for the short
story, play and art entries will each
receive twenty doUars, and each
category winner in the poetry divi
sion will receive five doUars.
mented that “Reflections” will be
unique this year in that it includes
“different hues of colors.” He also
stated that the magazine will be
“representative of Gardner-Webb’s
The name of the magazine was
recently changed from “One Little
Candle” to “Reflections.” The
change was a result of popular
opinion voiced by students and fac
ulty. The old title was believed to
The North Carolina Arts Council
funds Gardner-Webb $300 to help
in the publishing of the magazine.
Advance sales of the magazine at
$1.00 will also be used to pay for,
the expense of printing and the
“Reflections” is not only distri
buted to Gardner-Webb students
but is exchanged with other col
leges. The magazine is distributed
to visiting students, community
people, the college trustees and
other interested patrons.
Assisting Charles Lineberger is
Assistant Editor, Becky Sigmon;
Business and Layout Editor, Hank
Harrison; Art Editor, Judy
Greene; and staff members Woody
Wadsworth and Jim Lowery. Dr.
Betty Cox is the advisor.
Ensemble On Tour
There were nine judges that
graded the entries. The judges con
sisted of students, faculty mem
bers and community members.
Charles Lineberger stated that
the magazine will include fifty
Gardner-Webb’s Choral En
semble will leave on a six day tour
of five states which will consist of
concerts in twelve high schools and
churches. The 24 voice ensemble
will make the tour during the week
of March 2-8.
Friday night, March 2 at 7:30 the
ensemble will perform at the Wav-
erly Place Baptist Church in
Saturday afternoon, March 3,
the ensemble will appear at a pri
vate school in Staunton, Virginia.
Saturday night at 7:30 a concert
wiU be given at Warrenton Baptist
Church in Warrenton, Virginia.
Sunday morning, March 4 at 11
o’clock the ensemble will appear at
the First Baptist Church in Purcell-
ville, Virginia. Sunday night at 8
o’clock a concert will be given at
y magazine will be released
The James Gang will be in concert on Thursday March 15, at 8:30 in Best
Gymnasium. The group includes a wild west act, and will cost $8400.
Proceeds from the concert will go toward the Spring Jubilee entertain-
the National Center, in AUentown,
Monday afternoon, the ensemble
will be in concert at Dieruff High
School in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
At 7:30 Monday night the chorus
will appear at Monmouth Baptist
Church in Monmouth, New Jersey.
Tuesday afternoon, the ensemble
will give a performance at a high
school in Silver Springs, Maryland.
Tuesday night the ensemble will be
at the First Baptist Church of
Silver Springs at 7:30.
Wednesday afternoon, James
Monroe High School in Fredericks
burg, Virginia will be the scene of a
concert, Wednesday night the en
semble will appear at the Second
Baptist Church in Richmond, Vir-
Thursday morning, a high school
in Blackstone, Virginia will be the
site of the concluding tour perfor
mance. The choral ensemble will-re-
turn to Boiling Springs on March 8.
The selection of music for the
tour will include religious and secu
lar music. Some of the pieces are
sung in Latin and Hebrew.
Members of the ensemble are
Diane Allen, Cathy Bailey, Mary
Beth Bowser, Bidgie Buchanan,
Carmen Christopher, Caroline Con
ner, Robert Cribb, Cheryl Davis,
Bob Decker Jr., Dale Gibson, Max
Hamilton, Hope Hathcock,
Danny Hipp, Melanie Johnston,
Patti Jones, Doug Jordan, Bill
Kelley, Liz Kelley, Tommy Latti-
more, Martha Lawrence, Carmen
Poteat, Robert Taylor, Brooks
Walker, and Lee Young.
The college choral ensemble is a
mixed chorus of selected voices and
membership is determined by audi
tion. The ensemble is the official
touring choir of the college and is
directed by Dr. Jerry Hill.
As the Senate convened on Feb
ruary 13, a motion submitted by
Senator Dick Stewart resolved that
any official of the college, wishing
to prefer charges against a student
or students, will have a maximum
of forty-eight hours to issue formal
charges. The forty-eight hours will
begin when the official receives
notice of the alleged infraction of a
rule or rules. Passed by a majority
vote, there followed a discussion on
the enforcement that may be
necessary and the vagueness of the
notification of the infraction. This
discussion led to the tabling of the
motion which will be subject to
review by the Student-Faculty Ju
On the agenda was a motion
passed which will create an award
for distinguished service and merit
in campus life. The award wiU be
presented by the Senate on Awards
Day. Students were nominated by
the Senate members and a verbal
outline of their qualifications was
presented to the Senate. By secret
ballot the Senate voted on the fol
lowing nominees: Debbie Burns,
Candy Cline, John Fowler, Frank
Page, Steve Riddle and Mike Stew-
President Riddle submitted a
motion that any member of the
SGA which represents the SGA at
any off-campus activity submit to
the floor of the Senate and to every
Senator, a report detailing the
accomplishments of the meeting.
Approval was given to a motion
presented by Senator Robert Cribb
^hich provides that a committee be
formed to investigate the use of the
seventy-five dollar activity fees.
Presently an amount of $100,000
per semester is collected, approxi
mately yet the students are not
aware of how the fee is actually
A committee was formed to in-
vestigate problems of campus
security upon recommendation of
Senator Bruce Scott. Guidelines
were presented by Sen. Dick Stewart
on the use of the newly acquired!
bicycles available for rent at the'
coffee house. Bicycles are rented on
hourly, daily, or weekend basis at
prices set at twenty-five cents, one
dollar and two dollars respectively.
Senators were selected to replace
former senators who found it neces
sary to resign or who were
impeached for excessive absences.
Newly Elected Constituents
Donna Turner, Senior Class
Lora Harrison, Sophomore Class,
Ron Hewitt, Day Students
Linda Stine, Freshman