VOL. 1, NO. 8
NOVEMBER 15, 1968
fm ROM mHMONV
For the first time in the history of Montreat,
"Sounds of Silence" week will hit the
campus, November 17-20. The main
attraction of the week will be the
"graduates, " a student seminary team from
The team, which will be living in the
dorms, will speak in church, voluntary
chapel. Vespers, classes, at the Coffee
House, and around the campus. All five
team members are seniors, the three men
at Union Theological Seminary and the two
women at the adjoining FVesbyterian School
of Christian Education.
Jackie Richards is from Brevard, N. C.,
and received her Bachelor of Arts degree
from King College in Bristol. She is
especially interested in music and drama, and
has worked as a Director of Christian
Education in Tennessee. Jackie will be
staying in M-A Hall.
Doris Harwell is from Petersburg, Virginia,
and received her Bachelor in Music Education
from Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia.
She has taught one year of school, and last
year went to Brazil under the Board of World
Missions. Doris will be staying in Fellowship
Ben Kirkland is also from Petersburg and
received his A. B. from East Carolina College
in 1965. Besides being a student body officer
at the Seminary, he taught English at
Shikoku Christian College in Japan last year.
He also has worked as an assistant in the First
FVesbyterian Church in Concord. Ben will be
staying in New Hall.
Charles Raynal is from Statesville. N. C.,
and graduated from Davidson College in
1965. Both his grandfather and father are
well-known FVesbyterian ministers, and
there is every indication that he will follow
in their footsteps. Charlie has worked as an
assistant at the FVesbyterian Church in Elkin,
and last year, was an exchange student at the
Faculte de Theologie in Montpellier, France.
Charlie will be staying in Howerton.
Sam Shumate is from Bristol, Virginia, an
is married to the sister of Emily Allison,
who was a student at MAC the past two years.
He received an A. B. Cum Laude from King
College in 1964. Besides leading his class
academically at the Seminary, he served a
three-church field in the Abingdon FVesbytery,
and was an assistant in the Bethesda Presbyterian
Church in Aberdeen. Sam will be staying in
Schedule of events:
Sunday, November 17
The team will speak in the morning worship
Hike with the team at 2:00 p. m. (weather
permitting). Meet in front of Gaither.
SCA Vespers "A Funny Thing Happened On
the Way to the Seminary!"
College Hall Lobby, 7:00 p.m.
Monday, November 18
The team will speak in voluntary chapel and
Coffee House, 9:30-12:00 p. m. - Music,
discussions, fun! (at the S. U.)
Tuesday, November 19
The team will speak in voluntary chapel and
Coffee House, 9:00 - 11:00 p. m. - S. U.
by Jill Wolff
Basketball season will soon be underway.
Our first game is November I8th between
MAC and Brevard College.
soccer team will battle for a Homecoming
victory. Tag football is next on the
schedule beginning at 3:00 p. m.
Sophomores can look forward to eating at
Assembly Inn. The banquet for sophomores,
faculty, and guests begins at 6:00 p.m.
We haven't forgotten the freshmen as they
will enjoy their own Thanksgiving feast in
the cafeteria. Sunday dress is appropriate
for both meals. Entertainment begins at
7:00 p. m. in the lobby of Assembly Inn.
Did someone say Mandarin Cast? Tunes from
the Orient will host the Homecoming
semi-formal dance which will begin at
9:00 p. m. All are invited to attend tfie
crowning of the Queen and these coming
Friday night the alumni will tackle the
men in basketball.
The Lutenberg Duo will provide entertainment
for Sunday at the Inn December I at 3:30 p.m.
December 14 will be our Christmas Dance
with the Steps of Rhythm.
Watch for more news concerning up-coming
Since the aroma of that Thanksgiving meal
has excited your energies, our activities
board is trying desperately to stimulate the
action for this occasion.
November 23 marks just one of our big
dances. Fall Frolic is the occasion.
Sponsored by College Hall, Bourbon Street Eleat
will be entertained by 'Soul Incorporated."
The band hails from Columbia, South Carolina,
and has recorded many top forty tunes. This
casual affair will be held at Anderson
Auditorium from 8 to 12 p. m. Tickets go
on sale within the coming week.
November 28 is the back-up for such a
festive occasion. Watch out — cause here
come the alumni. At 2:00 p. m. our
If you are ever wandering around Gaither,
between the hours of 8 and 10 at night,
you may hear voices coming from the stage,
but do not worry. They are the Greybeard
players practicing. Who are the Greybeard
Players? They are members of the drama
club. When are the plays being given?
December 6 and 7 upstairs in Anderson
Auditorium, the three one act plays will be