North Carolina Newspapers

    24i 1973
Vol. XLVII No. 11
Mars Hill, North Carolina
Friday, February 9, 1973
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Af terall
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also an'
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he audi'
troduced
a re'
itarist)
several
ces, in'
designed
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for seV'
refused
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said he
would
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TKE Nets $2,142.50
"Would you care to
contribute to the Orth
opedic Hospital?" The
above statement was
echoed throughout Tun
nel Road Shopping Cen-
racking up 1017.3 miles
in the llh, hour period.
Their efforts were re
warded with a total
collection of $2,141.50
in contributions. The
as high as $5.00.
Pr,
Fred King, President of Tau Kappa Epsilon
aternity, and brother Bryant Broome proudly
'display check for the Orthopedic Hospital
senate:
SIGHTS AND SOUNDS
ter this past weekend of tne ona
by the brothers of Tau
Kappa Epsilon fratern
ity during their cycle-
a-thon for the Ashe
ville Orthopedic Hos
pital.
The cycle - a - thon
started Thursday Feb. 1
at 4:00 p.m. and ran
continuously until 9:3Q
Sunday Feb. 4-. Th^
brothers alternated
(ridine the stationary
(bicycle they were using
were
The venture received
added impetus from Mars
Hill coeds who volun
teered their time and
effort to help raise
majotxuy wi. money for the Orthoped-
Editor Named
^y Terry Kuykendall
is going to
It
Change
'top."
"student Government
non-relevant to my
and student life
'Power."
'l sort of’ renigged
that."
is
^0:
Two of the major
, tmitories will not go
this."
'No comment."
th
Above are some of
, ® notable quotes that
''ere
lii
heard in the Stu-
^^t Government Associ
ation Senate last Mon-
^7) when proposals
Q^^ging from David
^idwell's resignation
j' President of the
j,|*^ior Class to tV
e^rleaders' request
Or
reimbursement for
Caldwell
said
jj Is "very uptight" a-
^^^t the way SGA is op-
, ^tlne and hopes that
>6day "
'it will be
'^ted on something.
^''Pefuliy." He went on
Say that SGA is
Pon
th
■relevant'
in his
and in the eyes of
® student body,
ia the announcements
of the Senate
President Cook re-
^^ad that he had
with Dr. Bentley
the future of Mars
Hill College. Cook
stated that one of the
foremost proposals is
the advent of married
student housing, if
there is a need. After
assorted announcements
Cook announced that Dr.
Bentley has said that
there would be no soc
ial change until stu
dents 'show themselves
responsible. 1
Throughout the en-^
tire meeting the Senate
members and other of-|
ficials were concerned'
with the word "Power."1
There seems to be ques
tion of who has what
power and everyone
seems to be clamoring
for its use. Debra
Watson made a statement
concerning the propos
al for visitation stat
ing that it had not
been brought before the
Housing Couneils. -She
went on to state that
two of the major dorm
itories will not go a-
long with this propos
al."
During the course of
debates and rebutals
that the Senate partic
ipated in throughout
the course of the meet
ing, there was question
about some remote bill
that had been sent to
Cook's office. His re
sponse was that he
"sort of renigged on
that."
Nearing the
the meeting questions
were asked concerning
appointment of a new
Junior Class President
to replace David Cald
well and about the
class dues that are
passed their appointed
hour of distribution.
On the subject of the
replacement the Senate
said that ' this would
be left up to the Jun
ior Class. On the sub
ject of class dues the
Senate said, "No com
ment."
Fines Enforced
Dean Gehring has an
nounced that there are
54 outstanding traffic
fines totaling approxi
mately $400.00. Those
students who have not
paid their fine will
not receive grades or
be allowed to register.
These students had the
right to appeal the
ticket or make arrange
ments during the semes
ter. Obviously, no in
terest in the fine was
shown by the student.
As a result the parking
rules and regulations
as described in "Zeit
geist" will be strictly
enforced beginning sec
ond semester.
Frank Farrell, sen
ior physical education
major from Richmond,
Va., has recently been
appointed Editor - in -
Chief of the HILLTOP.
His appointment was
made unanimously by the
Board of Communications
on January 30.
In assuming the ed
itorship Frank stated
that his primary ob-
Jjective is "to relate
end of 5 tudent ideas and to
present students with a
newspaper that reflects
their needs." He went
on to state that above
all his
present
desire is "to
the news fact
ually and up-to-date."
Frank has served on
the HILLTOP staff as
sports editor and news
editor.
Farrell was also
Chief Justice of the
S tudent Government As
sociation for two
years. More recently,
he was honored as. one
of twenty-four Mars
Hill seniors to be in
cluded in Who’s Wlio in
American Colleges and
Universities.
Sam Easterby, the
ifoxrmer editor, relin
quished his duties in
order to pursue an in
ternship with the Na-
tional Forest Service.
Faulconer Fills
S.G. A. Vacancy
Mark Faulconer, a
medical lab technology
major from Lynchburg,
Va., has been appointed
Treasurer of the Stu
dent Government Associ
ation. Faulconer re
places Bynum Tuttle,
who resigned to student
teach in Greensboro,
N.C. Faulconer was e-
lected at the Senate
meeting Thur., Feb. 1
and was formally in
stalled Feb. 5. The
new treasurer is also
director of student
enterprises, which han
dles movie pass sales
and refrigerator rent
als. This is Mark's
last semester at Mars
Hill since he will be
transferring to the
University of Virginia
Medical . School in the
fall.
Faulconer is cur
rently working on this
year's budget and plans
to present it to Senate
Feb. 26. Mark also
iStated that he plans to
change some of the pro
cedures that have been
followed in the past.
For example, he plans
to use invoices to make
auditing easier and to
verify expenditures.
    

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