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meeting King ColT^
Bristol. On the fore*'^^
Lions were out-playr
of 94-76, with Bill "
man for the Lions n c
game. Doug Pickar ^^ ^
Conner were the on! . £>
in the double figuriClS
and 12 points respec
ing the King’s men., state BSU presi-
O’Dell and Sam Hilt the campus Tues-
and 20 points respeib. 19) to show slides
bucketed 23 points, his work as a stu-
The Lions went to^ry last summer in
er after defeating Crossroads” pro
tege at Mars Hill,ca. Everyone is en-
avenging in a noaftend the program,
game an earlier 62-®-^® P- ™ Owen,
enemy ground. Thel
fully back to meet T
this time at home,
fans saw instead a Asheville Citizen-
spite of having four columnist Lutrelle
digits, led by Don j^pi-essed
The monarchs also t 3^.
there, three of thei
the Lions' high man
The winning road^ continue until
the Hillians as they^
ville, 75-71, in one  ~
and best games of^ juniors placed
With the Lions ho » class ring
point halftime marg'®^*^ Thursday when
ville five roared Iturcr’s representative
winning a game ths^^®- They expect de-
gone either way. T^'cd week in April,
three in the double,
scoring laurels center for later de-
Gregory, MaryV3 deposit is required.
points. heavier ring for men
The Lions finally r-style ring for wom-
tory trail against i added to the selec-
Carolina Frosh, win
citing game, 72-63. I.
high Hillian with H, „
T ■ .. 1 j (begun as soon as the
Lions then closed ' v , j ■ •
.. j - V.* cached a decision re-
with a hard-fought , ,
A u -11 T3-1. stone and the class
Asheville-Biltmore, ^
ring, Mr. Goosmann,
^he Hilltop
Published by the Students of Mars Hill College
MARS HILL. N. C., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1963
Number 8
92 Achieve Dean’s List
Gaddy To
Succeed
Dr. Branch
Claude F. Gaddy of Raleigh,
well known to many on our
campus, has been nominated to
serve as acting general secretary
of the Baptist State Convention,
succeeding the late Dr. Douglas
Branch. The convention’s board
of directors (General Board) will
act on the nomination Monday.
Until his retirement nearly two
years ago Mr. Gaddy was close
ly associated with the seven N. C.
Baptist colleges as head of the
Council on Christian Education.
That post is now held by the
Rev. Ben Fisher, whose son Hugh
is a freshman here.
Dr. Branch was killed in an
automobile accident near Ahoskie
last week. Formerly pastor of
the First Baptist Church at
Rocky Mount, he had been gen
eral secretary-treasurer of the
900,000-member state convention
less than four years.
led all scot
:nt, said.
Loven
points. The Lions l
to a restful break 0 '
half weeks of const^is have been made
the arrangement of
\A/DA 1963-64
VV l\/A QCl'Jrding to a recent an-
by the Administra-
^ and representatives
s dorms.
increase;
pla
Lyceum Lists
Noted Analyst
Eric Severaid, famous radio
and television news commentator
and analyst, is scheduled on the
college lyceum series for Mar. 5.
First newsman to be slated
here in recent years, Mr. Sever-
aid’s appearance is in response to
a request for more varied lyceum
programs.
Among other items listed on
the up-and-coming lyceum sched
ule are Llord’s Puppets on Mar.
2 and Magician Paul Fleming on
Mar. 23. A special musical at
traction will be the concert ap
pearance of the Asheville Sym
phony Orchestra in Moore Audi
torium on Mar. 19.
A trumpet recital by Mr. Press-
ley and concerts by the band and
touring choir round out the pre
spring holiday program schedule.
Darfv nlrifd Spilman will be re-
t It reshmen, Melrose and
WRA activity wiAl be designated for
second semester be^ and Myers will be
than half a dozen > juniors and seniors,
ready on the agenda
3ning days of the payment on
T t- 1 ... .ecessary to reserve a
In basketball
Huffman at 5:30 ^ bursar’s office and
md Stroup plays 1
m Feb. 4 Edna M makes room assign-
rreat at 5:30 and
Huffman collide a*
:ournament, to whi''
Weighing Choice
‘h?wSv"s:963 ‘Miss Laurel’
lance in the gym a'
aeb. 1. For those ifumors to the contrary,
id in skating thef®^ 1963” has not yet
oiler party at 6 according to John
1 — see next issuaf®*"^®^ of the contest,
op for further deta'mal tea at which the
Weekly meetings j to meet the finalists
rafts club and the luled yesterday after-
ure club are schedol' judge, Gen. John E.
lay and Friday. Weaverville, will not
Irafts meets at 4 P' his choice until the
nan recreation roo>Sf next week and then
[athers in the gyrn 'e editors of the year-
The three mos*^e secret can be kept,
lembers of the of the winner will
ently selected by oblicly revealed until
Association. Winnci^ dedication service in
leth Ammons, mid-May.
lyra Honeycutt.
•*-
Talleying her quality points to see how she achieved the highest
number of any student is Mimi Jones of Belmont. A sophomore
studying to become a teacher, she bagged the high total despite a B
in slide rule. A marshal, Mimi was on the honor roll both terms last
year with 49 and 54 q.p's.
News from Other Campuses
Property valued at $200,000
was given recently to Gardner-
Webb, Baptist junior college near
Shelby, by an anonymous donor.
The gift has been placed in
trust and the income from it will
be used to meet the operational
costs of the college. President
Eugene Poston said.
Decatur (Texas) Baptist Col
lege, oldest junior college in the
nation, has been invited to move
to Dallas to become the nucleus
of a proposed new Baptist uni
versity.
Trustees of the 210 - student
school, located 50 miles north
west of the Dallas-Fort Worth
metropolitan area, will meet next
Thursday to consider the offer.
Construction of the new univer
sity will begin in December and
the campus is to be ready for
occupancy by June 1965.
John Sinclair, formerly of the
MH music faculty, recently com
pleted final examination for the
Doctorate of Music degree in
piano at Indiana University.
Now associate professor of
piano and music history at Wil
liam Carey Baptist College in
Hattiesburg, Miss., Dr. Sinclair
taught here and was organist at
the MH Baptist Church from
1957 until 1959.
High School Musicians
Here for Choral Clinic
annual
Editor
Picture-taking for the
is nearing completion,
Judy Harless has revealed; and
the remainder of the copy should
go to the printer by Feb. 22.
Juniors and sophomores who
have not returned their biograph
ical data sheets for the directories
should do so at once, she said.
Pictures to be made include:
Methodist Youth Fellowship and
Canterbury Club, tomorrow
(Sun.) night; BSU council, intra
mural council and volleyball
champs. Laurel staff, Monday
night; YWA and AGO Wednes
day; honor clubs, Feb. 18 and 19.
More than 200 high school stu
dents from throughout the state
and from East Tennessee are on
the campus today for the final
sessions of the 14th annual cho
ral clinic.
Sponsored by the music depart
ment and directed by Elwood
Roberts, the workshop brings to
gether talented singers for in
tensive instruction and rehears
al. The clinic will be climaxed
with a public concert in the audi
torium at 8 p. m. tonight. Col
lege students, faculty and staff
members are invited.
Guest instructor-conductor for
the clinic is Paul Peterson of Sa
lem College.
Twenty-nine schools from as
far east as Albemarle are rep
resented.
The visitors were entertained
at a banquet last night, which
included a musical program by
the Touring Choir. A varied
schedule of other recreational
and entertainment features are
interspersed with the instruction
and rehearsal sessions.
Schools and directors include
Reynolds, Miss Doris Hunter;
Albemarle, Paul Fry; Allen, Miss
Winifred Wrisly; Appalachian,
James E. Wilson, Jr.; Canton,
Carroll Shaver; Owen, Richard
Hipps; Chase, Henry Thorne;
Claremont of Hickory, Robert El
lis; Clyde Erwin of Asheville,
Mrs. Anne Clodfelter; Clyde, R.
C. Muench; Newport, Tenn., Bob
Mooty; Dallas, Mrs. Grady Fri
day; East Wilkes, Dan Pardue;
Glenwood, Miss Linda Harwood;
Hildebran, Jim Williams; Kings
Mountain, J. N. McClure; Lee
Edwards, Miss Josephine Os
borne; Lincoln ton. Miss Rachel
Hunt; Mars Hill, William Maxey;
Myers Park, Carl Cronstedt;
Newton-Conover, Landon Walk
er; North Buncombe, Mrs. Irene
Clark; Central of Rutherfordton-
Spindale, James Blanton; States
ville, Mrs. Margaret Muse; Steph
ens-Lee, Mrs. Ollie Reynolds;
Sylva-Webster, Mrs. R. C. Vo-
dak; Tryon, Mrs. Ramona Rhodes;
Valdese, Bob Williams; Wilkes
Central, Miss Mary Louise Clem
ents.
197 Others
Eligible for
Honor Clubs
A total of 92 students — 17
juniors, 39 sophomores and 36
freshmen — are listed on the
dean’s academic honor roll for
first semester as compiled by the
registrar’s office.
A minimum of 40 quality points
and no grade less than C are re
quirements for a place on the
coveted roll. A total of 197 other
students who achieved at least
30 quality points but less than
40 with no grade below C are
eligible, along with those on the
dean’s list, for membership in an
honor club.
Top honor in the academic race
was won by sophomore Mimi
Jones, who accumulated 58 qual
ity points. Three persons tied for
second place with 57; they are
junior Morris Wray and fresh
men Rhea Lineberger and Lew-
ellyn Lovell. The latter two
joined Mrs. Linda Kuhlman, a
junior, as the only all-A scholars.
Juniors Rate
Other juniors on the dean’s list
include Mrs. Gladys Ball, Mary
Susan Baumann, Margaret Bruce,
Paul Clark, Larry Elliott, Dan
Keels, E. A. Lackey, Brenda Med
ford, Jane Milam, Ray Morrison,
Laura Nash, Ruth Richardson,
Mrs. Martha Ruff, Archer Turner
and Susan Walker.
Sophomores, in addition t o
Miss Jones, on the list are James
Baley, Ruth Binkley, Gail Jan
ette Blake, Chan Chandler, Bob
Clyde, Gail Cornwell, Betty Jean
Crawford, David Crook, Pat Ever
hart, A. D. Frazier, Norman Eu
gene Garrison, JLana Hawk, Har
old Honbarrier, Mary Horton,
John Huff, Carol Ann Hunt,
Charles B. Hunt, Elizabeth L.
Jones.
Nancy Kendall, Mrs. Irene Met
calf, Ken Murray, Caren Owen-
by, Karen Pearce, Verna Kay
Popplewell, Angela Priester,
Marguerite Robbins, Darla San
ford, Mary Ann Shearon, Jim
Sides, Joy Simpson, Jerry Sloop,
Rebecca Mae Smith, Blanche
Elizabeth Stafford, Charles Stev
enson, George Ellis Tunstall,
John Vick, Wei-Ling Wang and
Walton Whittaker.
Frosh Score
Freshmen, other than those
mentioned above, include Jacque
lyn Austin, Sara Lee Bird, Sam
uel Grady Burgiss, Dwight Mor
ris Childers, Janice Anne Dills,
Ann Freeman, Brenda Grass,
Paul Harris, Reginald Haynes,
Ellen Gail Hicks, Eugene Lloyd
Horn, Dorothy Huff, Diane Lane,
Carole-Lynn Lavery, Robert
Leonard, Judy McCormick, Gail
Louise McPeters, James Dale
Massey, Andy Morley.
Madge Joy Morris, John Nor
ton, Troy Parham, Brenda Pep
per, Sandra Pittman, Rita Propst,
Kathryn Ruth Riddle, Larry
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