North Carolina Newspapers

    ON CAMPUS
by Caesar
Hello, old friends, glad to be back writing
this column after a week's absence. This
week the main theme is THE NOODLES IN
HOWERTON CAFETERIA.. . In a college
where we pay $200.00 for food, we have been
eating a small variety of foods FLAVORED
WITH BUGS AND HAIR.. .For heaven's sake,
we have been eating noodles for a month.
Noodles with meat balls, noodles with chicken,
noodles with ribs, and noodles with noodles...
Ga ! Our stomachs are speedily growing
tired of the same thing. Can they change the
MENU after long weekend? We need to go
to Black Mountain and spend two or three
dollars for food if we want to stay alive.
Then, what is the function of Howerton
Cafeteria? | was expecting to find better
food this year, but I found that it is WORSE.’
What can the food committee do about this?
Now the question is not only this. What can
the Administration do? (I omit the answer.)
PLEASE, WE WANT SOME FOOD... GIVE
US SOMETHING DIFFERENT. (vVe need it)
The theme here in MAC is: EAT HOWERTON
FOOD OR DIE.
Let's talk about Donnery and Rudd. I
think that their performances were pretty
good, I mean, I real ly enjoyed it. My
best congratulations to Bunk Spann and the
girls from Fellowship.
C. U.A.H. had the Association of College
Unions - International, Region 5 convention
here last weekend. I think it was a polite
idea to invite the MAC students to their
activities and to the dance on Monday night.
Not a good night for a dance, but I was
there and had a good time. By the way,
JAMIE, you looked really nice with your
red skirt ... WOW, WOW!
Hope you like the column this week, and
now it's time to say, see you later...
(This highly biased column is no reflection
of the staff's or editor's view. We realize
those connected with the cafeteria may
think this libelous. However, Caesar
promises to explain himself in the next
issue.)
MEN IN BLUE
by Jim Gourley
Faster than a speeding bullet; more
powerful than a locomotive ... the
Copmobile?
This would well be a person's reaction
to the sight of the Montreat Fblice car.
The nine-year old, six-ylinder intercepter
is an obvious example of inadequate police
facilities. Pete Post informed the "Cavalier"
that the Montreat Police will launch a fund
drive at the town meeting tonight.
Donations from Montreat citizens are hoped
to reach the two thousand dollar goal .
Suggested needs include a used highway
patrol car, uniforms, office supplies, and
frequently used arms. Perhaps the third-rate
radio communications could be changed to
police frequencies. Although the drive is
directed towards the town people, all donations
are tax deductible. The Montreat Police use
the present equipment to the best advantage
and their requests are valid.
The Police department has appreciated
the co-operation they have received this year
from the student body. At the same time
they would remind students of the Montreat
boundaries and parking areas. These
boundaries are for the protection of the
students as well as the homes and property
Ft Montreat.
Uttiaet
by Jim Gourley and John Ulmer
Montreat's autumn splendor was the setting
for the 1968 conference of the Association of
College Unions-International, Region 5,
this past weekend. Two hundred and sixty
seven delegates representing fifty-four
colleges and universities congregated at
Assembly Inn with anticipation of the
col lege union work, discussions, lectures,
and learnings.
The conference's wide range of topics
were led by Dr. Chester Berry's lecture on
the development of college unions. Among
the major points of his speech were functional
unity as well as student responsibility and
interest.
In an interview with Dan Malcolm, a
Montreat participant, the "Cavalier" was
informed of the conference progress. All the
achievements of the gathering can not be
determined at present. A comparison of
MAC delegates' notes should disclose
exactly what was accomplished.
Montreat's delegates were cited by many
observers who said they deserved their
fellow students' support. The conference
explained that the college union is dependent
on student interest.
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