VOL. 11 NO. 3 DECEMBER 18, 1969
By: Kathy McPherson
Last Monday, December 8th, was set
aside for M.A. Hall's open house. All
the girls had spent a lot of time on
their door decorations. There were
many comments made about how nice every
Mrs. Pat Daniels of Black Mountain,
N. C. came to look over all of the doors
and select the best ones. Recognition
goes to the following:
Second Floor - First Prize
Third Floor -
Fourth Floor - First Prize, tie.
Second Prize, tie.
Fifth Floor - First Prize
The honorable mentions were all on
fifth floor. They were:
Cheryl England Becky Fisher
Sandy Lesley Elizabeth Warren
Prizes will be awarded to some of these
winners at a later time.
Thanks go to all the students of
Montreat-Anderson for making M.A. Hall's
Open House such a success.
The Annual Staff is conducting a "photo
Three prizes will be given to the best
and most interesting shots. First Prize
will be $10.00, second prize $5.00, and
third prize will be $3.00. The pictures
will also be used in the Annual this
Any student interested may submit
pictures of some aspect of campus life
to Dean Tyler's office no later than
SPOTLIGHT FOREIGN STUDENTS
. By: Allswell Muzan
Georgia Koukis is a nineteen year old
Greek girl from Athens. An epitome of
beauty, she came into the United States
in 1968 and is a freshman. She plans
to become a mathematics major, possibly
to earn a doctorate with a vocational
objective in teaching. Georgia studied
at Byrron High School in Athens. Her
father and younger brother are residents
of Asheville, N. C. Georgia's hobbies
are soccer, swimming, and she has an
inborn love for the sea. She has a
very captivating smile and is a bright
spot at MAC.
Joseph Gabidon comes from Bathurst in
Gambia, West Africa. He received his
high school education in Gambia High
School in-Bathurst. He is a Roman
Catholic , but he accpts all Christian
religions , not minding denominational
differences. A freshman, with a keen
aptitude for mathematics, Joseph plans
to study medicine and practice in his
homeland. Joseph played on the MAC
soccer team and enjoys dating and watching
T. Vi Joe is very friendly and has
a sleek and calm way of approaching
people. Black Joe has one of the
broadest smiles behind the ice-cream
counter of the Student Union.
Kasra Farzanegan is eighteen years old
and until recently was a resident of
Munich, West Germany. Paternallv a
Persian and maternally a German, Kasra
prefers to claim both nationalities.
His earlier studies were in Munich
American High School and M-N-C School
in Gisela. KK, as most people know him,
plans on a career in Dentistry. He
is a devout Moslem. He has played on
the Montreat Soccer team and his hobbies
are tennis and music. KK has a
rational afinity for beautiful girls.
Ghanshyam Udani comes from Kampala,
Uganda in East Africa. A second
semester freshman, Shyam plans on a
physics or a medicine major. He is
very much in love with Africa but when
asked about his feeling about his stay
in America, he says "I have had no
cause for regret." Gentle, calm, and
reposed, Shyam is honorary Secretary of
the Phi Theta Kappa Society. He enjoys
ping pong, badminton, and creative
writing. Shyam works part time in the
admissions office. Shortly, Shyam hopes
to again see his family of two brothers,
one sister, mother and father, who is
employed in the insurance business.
This article will be continued in
our next issue for the sake of space
What would you like for Christmas?
Jan Boyle-A 6' 11/2" bearded guy.
Gary Cole-A right front fender.
Kathy McPherson-Ronnie wrapped
UP in a big red bow.
Sandy Leslie-A new ankle and a
Linda Bowden-A new body.
Cam Culpepper-A shiny red tricycle
with a beeper.
Thomas McCall-See my girl again.
Kenneth Drake-Inherit a million
Haney Harton-This Christmas I
would be greatly esteemed
if I received a Matel's
Little Kiddle. Thanks
for letting me express
Jenks Smith-This year I strongly
desire a MAC truck,
an American flag for
my room, a treehouse
in the top of a very tall
tree. Thank you.
Fayvette Geraty-I would like my
very own island in the
middle of the Mediterrian
Sea, with my lover.
Ed Johnson-My mother to quit
roller derby so I can
have her skates.
Cathy Smith-Big things that come
in little packages.
Dale Hall-The ability to stop
talking in my sleep.
Sally Fitch-I want what's not there.
Debbie McMurray-I want what I
Sylvia Holt-A way to get to Florida.
Penny Morris-Ski Outfit.
Louis Anderson-A new Ferrari.
Kasra-A car, Mach I.
Jim Renniker-A tape recorder.
Larry Douglas-A new transmission.
Fran Page-A doll that looks like
a teacher I know so I can
stick pins in it.
Janet James-A real boyfriend?
Rep. to Honor Court
Rep. to Legislature