i 'V .i' Hf'-’ 4lC.« ,;hvtBri3n Collega OCT 8 1915 the lance VOLUME 15 LAURINBURG, N. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2,1975 NUMBER 5 Senate, Cabinet OK Nominations Marion Cannon Here Wednesday Charlotte, N.C. poet Marini Cannon wfll be in residence next wedc as part of St. An drews’ 1975-76 Writers Program. Ms. Cannon, who took up poetry rather late in life a few years ago, was an immediate success and has wot a wide following in the Southeastern United States. As part of her visit, Ms. Cannon will be Wednesday’s Conmon Experience speaka-. Her program will take place on that day at 11:30 p.m. in Avinger AiKlitorium. On Thursd^, Septembo- 25, the cabinet met to make appointments to the various student and faculty student committees open to he student body. The positions were filled through self nomination, as well as c^en student nomination, at the end of a two week filing period. Among the com mittees filled were Student Life, Educational Policy, Judicial Committee, and Campus Planning. The members of Student Life this year will be fresh man Steve Fox; sophomore Peg Kays; junior Sally Beaty; senior Marti Newbold, and member-at-large, Paul Miller. The Judicial Com mittee is made up rf Robin Green, J.C. Clarke, Susan Mann, and Bill Mansfield of the freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior classes respectively. Student positions on the Committee on Educational Policy were filled by Betsy Coffee, Jacob Houge, and Melissa Tufts. Subcommittees of this committee were also filled by the following studen ts: Athletics and P.E.: Libby Floweree and Rowe Camp bell; Audio-Visual: Warren Anderson (one position still open); Summer ^hool: (Two positions, both still open); Many St. Andrews com munity members will remem ber Ms. Cannon’s appearance (HI campus last fall, a highly successful affair which culminated in the entire assembly removing them selves to the steps of the College Union to howl at the full moon. Campus Planning: Terry Clark and Karen Hardison; Teacher Education: (Two open positions); Winter Term: Shoon Ledyard and Beth Lyon. Other committees filled were Campus Planning and Space Utilization: Glen Ken nedy and Lin Thompson; Publications: Lisa Tillson; Health Committee: Laura Drumheller, Robin Tit- terington. Mo Newton, Marti Newbold, Sandy Hart, Beth Buffington, and Newsom Siminons; and Special Even ts; Fred Leo, Bob Haley, and Annie Mvers. The Food Committee mem bers are Newsom Simmons, and “Dr.” Cyril Spann; the Graduation Committee is made i?) of Terry Qark, Karen Hardison, Steve Chasson, Marti Newbold, and Bni Wilmot, and the Faculty Executive Committee Sub committee openings were filled by Sancfy Hart, Karen Hardison, and Warren An derson. Two openings on the Library Committee remain open as well. The Senate met on Monday night to consider the Cabinet recommendations and cleared them all with sur prising speed. During the meeting, Mecklenburg Senator Steve Chasson urged the group to try to find education majors to serve on the Teacher Education Sub committee of the EPC. “This is a vital committee in terms of its effect on education majors,” he said. Interested persons wishing to fill a vacancy, Student Association President Keith Gribble said, should contact either him or Acting Secretary Suzanne Hogg. Constitutional Amendment To Be Voted On The first amendment to the new Student Association con- stitutiOT has been posted in the Student Union for two weeks’ review by the student body. The amendment, proposed some three weeks ago by a Senate committee, seeks to clarify the relationship bet ween Student Association of ficers and employees of Student Personnd Services. The amendment was initially proposed to resolve a poten tial conflict of interest bet ween Jacob Houge’s serving as vice jM'esident of thh College Christian CouncU and residence director of Mecklenburg Hall. The section in question, sec tion 9 of Article HI now reads (COTtinued on Page 2) Guys ’n Dolls Opens Tomorrow Night JOHN DODDS AND CHIP BLANKENSHIP rehearse an acUon fcene in the Highland Players’ first production of 1975-76, Guys ’n Dolls.” (Photo by Tony ridings) On October 3rd, the Highland Players will open their 1975-76 season with the “Musical Fable of Broad way,” “Guys and Dolls”. Based on the stories and diaracters of Damon Runyon with feh book by Jo Sweriing, “Guys and J)olls” is a love story centering around the ac tions of two couples: Naiii^ Detroit and Miss Adelaide, and Sky Masterson and Sarah Brown. ^ Nathan Detroit (Bill Allen) runs a crap game in New Ywk City and with the help of Nicely Nicely Johnson (John Dodds) and Benny Southstreet (Qiip Blanken ship) draws customers from as far away as East Cicero, Illinois. Miss Adelaide (Vanessa Holdsworth) sings with her girls at the Hot Box Club. Nathan and Addaide are going to be married - someday. Lieutenant Bran- nigan (Rob Ray) is the big, Irish cop always trying to cat- di up with Nathan’s floating crap game and the mob of gangsters which Detroit per sistently entertains. Sarah Brown (Susan Russell) is in charge of 0* branch of the Save-a-Soul mission oi West 49th Street. Her job is to save sinners and with the able help of her father Arvide Abernathy (David Miller) and the other members of the MissiOT Band she starts wwk on the gam blers, ladies of tWr evening and common riff-raff whidi frequent the streets of New York. Sky Masterson (Jim Bumgardna") is a gambler, but a high dass one-4ie has scxnething mra-e important than m(Miey riding on his luck at the tables. Under the direction of John Carson and with the imaginative choreography of Helen Halsey,’ “Guys and Dolls” tells the story of New York in the 40’s with its exaggerated slapstick c()9iedy and its simple story of love. CarsMi is assisted on the set by Beth Rambo, and the show is produced by Art McDraiald. Music and lyrics for “Guys and Ddls” are by Frank Loesser and are directed by David Evans with Kathie DeVane as pianist. Season tickets for the 1975- 76 season of the Highland Players went on sale Wed nesday, September 24 and cost $5.00. Tickets for in dividual plays are $1.50 and S2.00 for the musical.