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Vol. XLVIII No. 7
Mars Hill, North Carolina
Wednesday, January .30, 1974
CLASSICAL GUITARIST
to VISIT HILL
In 1973, Kunze be
came the first person
to receive the Master
of Music degree in
guitar from the Uni
versity's School of
Music. At the School
of Music, Kunze stu
died under Bruce
Holzman. He has also
performed in Master
Classes of the Brit
ish composer-teacher
John W. Duarte, and
has studied with the
Argentinian virtuoso
Manuel Lopez Ramos.
His program for
the Mars Hill appear-
^ce will include se
lections by Milan,
^ach, Heitor Villa-
Lobos , Ponce, and
buarte. There is no
charge for the reci
tal, which will be
held in the college's
Moore Auditorium, and
the public is invi
ted.
Albert Kunze, no
ted classical guitar
ist, will present a
guest recital at Mars
Mill College Thursday
night, January 31, at
8:15 p.m. Currently
musician-in-residence
at Mayland Technical
Institute, he and the
school are participa
ting in a program of
the North Carolina
Arts Council which
makes a musician's
performing services
available to the peo
ple served by the va
rious colleges and
institutions.
Originally en
rolled as a Physics
major, Kunze became
interested in the
guitar through a
friend at the Univer
sity of Florida. A
change of majors led
to his completion of
a B.A. degree in Mu
sic History and Lit
erature with high
honors. While at the
University of Flori
da, he was elected to
the honorary socie
ties of Pi Kappa
Lambda and Phi Beta
Kappa.
tavic. tonight
Jonathon Riddle
The "Golden Age of
Mock-n-Roll" returns
to Mars Hill College
tonight January 30 at
M500 p.m. as the Col-
Lsge Union sponsors
^ "Grease Ball."
Mowever, old McCon-
tsll will replace the
*^Ofner malt shop as
the local hangout for
those keen chicks
groovy guys at
Hill.
Featured will be
"^•A.V.l.c. (The Abso-
^hte Value in Con-
^®^t), a group consi
dered "the rebirth of
Sha-na-na'." The
seven-member group
from the Asheville
area, which played at
the Mars Hill Greek
Ball, has been toge
ther eight months,
playing popular music
from the fifties and
early sixties. The
group is headed by
Ron Hipps and Tucker
Smith, a student at
Mars Hill. Other
members of T.A.V.I.C.
are Paul Gayheart,
Eddy Miller, Buddy
Hines, Eddie Jones,
and Gary Presnell.
The band will be
dressed in costumes
of the period, and
they encourage all
GIBSON
REC
by Eric Garner
Mars Hill College
Head Football Coach
and Athletic Director
Claude "Hoot" Gibson
has been appointed
for a 6 year term to
the N.C. State Recre
ation Commission.
The appointment was
made before Christmas
but not made official
until early January
others to dress for
the occasion. In
fact, $5.00 prizes
will be offered for
the most authentical
ly dressed couple and
individual. Also, a
$5.00 prize will be
offered in a dance
contest. So, girls,
don your pleated
skirts, bobby socks,
and saddle oxfords
and, guys, be sure to
wear your best leath
er jackets, T-shirts,
and penny-loafers.
Bring your I.D. and
swing by McConnell
tonight. There is a
$1.00 charge for cou
ples and 75? for in
dividuals .
14
NAMED
CO-OP BOARD
Glenn C. Trantham,
director of the co
operative education
^^^ogram at Mars Hill
'“Ollege, has an
nounced that a 14
^einber advisory board
ns been appointed
the new academic
^nogram . A nine mem-
executive commit-
composed of fa-
fnity members has
serving through
to
the Fall and will
continue to serve as
advisors on the newly
created board.
The co-operative
education program, in
its initial year at
Mars Hill College,
draws its name from
co-operative efforts
of employers and edu
cators . The 14 cho
sen for the advisory
board were picked to
represent a diversity
of social elements.
Private industry, go
vernment agencies,
public education,
service agencies, and
the community at
large were all consi
dered when making the
selections.
The members are:
Jim Matthews, comp
troller of the Ameri-
Continued on page 3
NAMED to
BOARD
by Governor Jim Hols-
houser. For the Gov
ernor, Parks and Rec
reation rank among
the top priorities of
his administration.
Holshouser expressed
confidence that Gib
son would work hard
and be a valuable as
set to the Commis
sion.
LAUREL
PAGEANT
Set For 6*^
by Eric Garner
The annual Miss
Laurel Pageant for
1973-74 is finally
here. The event (u-
sually held in Novem
ber) had to delay due
to scheduling con
flicts . The pageant
is set for February 6
at 8:00 p.m. in Moore
Auditorium. There
will be a 25? per
person admission
charge.
The pageant is
sponsored by the Lau
rel Yearbook and the
Phi Mu Alpha Sympho-
nia members, who are
preparing the techni
cal side of the beau
ty contest. The thir
teen contestants will
be judges on points
accumulated in three
categories: street
clothes modeling, ta
lent display, and ev
ening gown competi
tion.
The theme for this
year's pageant is "On
Broadway" with music
What Is
MHC
Doing
t o
Conserve
Energy ?
by Connie Montague
At an outward ap
pearance it would
seem that MHC is do
ing little to con
serve energy but aft
er talking with Mr.
Fish, director of the
physical plant, it
seems that the school
is doing well with
the limitations con
cerning the cutback
in fuel consumption.
The school has an al
lotted amount, and
with this allotment,
the heat is conce
ntrated evenly in all
buildings. "Tempera
tures in different
buildings vary," Fish
said, "because of the
heating systems being
different in each
building."
What Mr. Fish has
bought is coal as
well as oil. The
heating systems will
be reconverted, thus,
we are going back to
coal heating as a
cheaper means of
heating.
Mr. Fish is also
pleased with student
cooperation in turn
ing out unneeded
lighting, closing
their doors, keeping
their windows closed,
as well as cooperat
ing in the decrease
of temperature. With
these promising fact
ors , the school is
saving on fuel as
well as maintaining a
good heating system.
to be performed by
the Mars Hill College
Stage Band. The MC
for the contest will
be school president.
Dr. Fred Bentley.
The director for
the contest is Steve
Miller, a junior and
member of Phi Mu Al
pha. Mr. Walter
Smith is technical
advisor and Mrs. Jill
Prior is head choreo
grapher .
    

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