I 29, 1973 along for ;es* Ided re' ! ic re' men re' im ig Carlo® am BeO' Troup®’ Marti® .1 Kenny» lewcoffl®®® r sqn®^ eves nn in th® ,d distanc® I (cdL D. VOL. XLVII NO. 15 Mars Hill, North Carolina Friday, April 20, 1973 Media Leaders Named by Bonnie Clark T^ree editors have been chosen by the Communications Board to fill the student communications media. They are Roy Gullick, Ken Chamlee, and Priscilla Canupp. Roy Gullick, a rising senior, has been manager of the radio station for 1^5 years. He has been Selected to fill the **anager position of ^^C for next fall. Ken Chamlee, also s rising senior, has bad 2 years experi- ®ace in working with the Cadenza. He will serve as editor of the Cadenza for next fall. Priscilla Canupp, a senior transfer from Wingate Junior College will be edi tor of the Laurel. She was editor of the year book at Wingate last year. Congratulations to these new editors as they fill their posi tions for the '73- '74 year. Editorship of the Hilltop has not been filled and applica tions are still a- vailable for any in terested student. Ken Chamlee Roy Gullick Priscilla Canupp Cadenza Previewed Officers Elected by Frank Farrell Class elections '^cre held during the '^cek preceeding ®Pring break and the ’'cek after. The ris- sophomore clhss ^Ported the largest ^^rnout with 222 vot- while the rising ^Vnior class followed ^losely with 158 bal- cast. The rls- ^Pg senior class ele- ^bions brought out 88 ''Pters., •The new senior blass officers are Sams, President; jTm Glatzau, Vice- ^besident; Sandy Dur- bp®. Secretary; and bplody Lake, Treas- bfer. The senior bPhators are Priscil- Canupp, Mike Sny- David Robinson, bpfbara Neal, and "^Phn McNutt. The rising junior j^lass officers are bariiyn Reid, Presi- ^•*>t; Gail McCoy, Tee-President; Dedra Kussell, Secretary; bPd Annette West, b®asurer. The jun- senators are Sus- 5*^ B en j amin, Steve ^PAlister, Susan Per- Martha Gray, Bev- blv Tvpv , The rising sopho more class officers are Mickey McLaugh lin, President; Jim Baker Vice-Presid ent; Delores Hens ley, Secretary; and Angela Bryant, Treas urer. The sophomore senators are Dan Christian, C.R. Rhodes, Mark Grimes, Valorie McNabb, Sarah Huff and Keith Wig- glesworth. by Kay Gregory Tues day evening, April 24 at 7:30 p.m. the 1973 issue of Ca denza will make its debut in the form of a literary and art presentation by those students whose work is included in the magazine. With work from 51 students, the evening should prove most interesting and entertaining. This premiere offers stu dent contributors not only the opportunity to be published in the magazine, but also the opportunity to present their work to a public audience. Social Goals Discussed by Ken Chamlee The , Student Af fairs Council sub committee on social goals met at Christ- mont April 12-14 to discuss and organize the future of Mars Hill's social prog ress. This committee was organized by Dr. Donald Gehring, Dean of Student Develop ment. Dr. Fred Bent ley, President of Mars Hill College, had said there would be no more piece meal social changes until definite goals, atti tudes, and objectives were drawn up. He appointed this task to the Student Af fairs Council. Dean Gehring organized the sub-committee and with the help of Dav id Gasperson and Mrs. Susan Remine, pre pared a tentative a- genda. The first session, Thursday evening Ap ril 12, was mostly brainstorm and sear ching for specific improvements in the directions of person al, social, and com munity involvement. Friday's sessions were spent recogniz ing realistic limita tions to the overall concept, working the First on the evenings agenda is a student reading of portions of the literature. With their own copy of Cadenza in hand, the audience can fol low as the 32 liter ary contrivutors read their original poet ry, short stories, prose pieces, and dramatic dialogues. Highlighting the pro gram will be the an nouncement of the winners 6f the 1973 Cadenza contest. Cadenza, in coop eration with the Eng lish and Art Depart ments of Mars Hill College, sponsored its first contest this year to promote student writers and artists. $100 in prize money was di vided among the cate gories of poetry, prose, and art (all inclusive). Judges for the 1973 contest were Dr. Francis Hulme and Mr. Joseph van der Meer. All material was submit ted anonymously to the judges and abso lutely no distinc tions were made be tween the work of the staff members and contributors. Dr. Francis Hulme, literary judge, has studied and taught at many universities both in the United States and abroad. He obtained his M.A. degree from Emory University and his Ph.D. from the Univ ersity of Minnesota. He did post graduate work in Kabuki and Chinese Theatre. He studied and taught at the University of To kyo and the Universi ty of Hong Kong where he was a Fulbright Professor. Dr. Hulme taught at Mars Hill College for the 1970- 71 school year. He TKE Sponsors Baseball Benefit The brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity are co sponsoring a ’baseball game between the Asheville Orioles and the Columbia, South Carolina team. The proceeds of the game will go to the Ortho pedic Hospital in Asheville. Tickets for the game are a- ■>'?liable from any TKE brother for $1.50 a- piece. The brothers will also sell tick ets in Tunnel Road Shopping Center and plan to sell door to door this weekend in Asheville. The game will be held 6:30 p.m. Tues day, April 24 at the Orioles" stadium in Asheville.