March, 1972 - CROSSROADS - Page 7 )^»JSilt • v> X mti ■^'Wsmmum i ■>• f. v^»i', i :i^>i SSI ' fxs'»' The Abbey Soccer team under coach Dudko has acheived an ff1-^ Sports - (From Page 6) or calling Coach Dudko at (704) 825-8194. Playing clothes, bath essen tials, and other items should be furnished by the campers. Soccer shoes are not required, but are highly recommended. Parents or guardians are required to sign the ap plication forms. Also, a signed physical examination note from the camper’s family doctor is mandatory. Coach Dudko will add in ternational flavor to the coaching staff, since he learned the game in his native Poland and played in Germany before participating on Belmont Ab bey’s first soccer team in 1957. Dudko, current chairman of the NAIA District 26 Soccer Committee and Commissioner of Region 5 of NAIA, has sent his teams to several NAIA tour naments. During the past six years, the Abbey’s team has compiled a 60-20-8 record and has won two regional cham pionships and five district titles. Fifteen of his players have won honors on the NAIA All-District team, and eleven of his men have been awarded spots on the prestigious All-South team. “The purpose of the Belmont Abbey College Soccer Camp,’’ says Dudko, “is to teach the boys how to play soccer and how to improve their knowledge and their playing ability if they have already been introduced to the game.” “Successful coaching career. ic Abbey Soccer players move in to soccer. . impressive record. genuine interest in soccer, and contributions to the game of soccer are the qualities on which the choosing of the coaching staff was based,” said Dudko. The soccer field at Belmont Abbey is recognized as one of the finest in the Carolinas. Also for the campers are the use of other facilities in the new 3,000 seat physical education plant. Basketball Camp, ’72 This summer, Belmont Abbey College will again hold its basketball camp, which is comprised of two sessions, one for boys and one for girls. The boys’ sessions will run in two parts, from June 4-9 and from June 11-16. The girls’ session will be from June 18-23. The Abbey’s basketball coach, Bobby Hussey, will head the camp. His staff will feature outstanding college and high school head coaches, insuring top professional instruction. Former and present college stars will serve as counselors, and pro players will conduct lecture sessions. Each camper will furnish his own shoes and practice equip ment. A complete list of required items will be sent upon receipt of application. The Program will be open to players from age 9 to rising high school seniors. There will be two camps, a boarding camp and a day camp. Cost includes room, meals, in surance, t-shirts, and awards. Brochures and applications can be obtained from Coach Bobby Hussey at the College or by calling the Abbey at 704-825-3711. Special group rates may be arranged. Proffessor’s Book Receives Good Review In 1970, Dr. George Herndl, Chairman of Belmont Abbey College s English Department, and FREE LANCEModerator, wrote a book on the history of drama, entitled The High Design. Trailing clouds of footnotes and tracing its subject all the way from the 9th century through the Renaissance and the beginning of the modern world, the study was an ambitious one. Last month Choice magazine, in which professional scholars do “hard-nosed reviews of books for the guidance of college and university labors, judged George Herndl’s book a “superb authoritative study...” and placed it with several of the classics of scholarship in the field such as the works of E.M.W. Tillyard W. Farnham, and R. Ornstein. Professor Herndl, upon learning of this current review was naturally delighted. “This confers scholarly status on the book,” he commented; “It may even sell a few copies, and I have a high respect for both scholarship and royalties.” Editor’s Note-Reprinted from Free Lance-March, 1972 issue. Mrs. Hart Receives Award By Benjamin H. Bowling Mrs. Isabelle Hart, Professor of Economics, has been chosen to appear in Outstanding Educators Of America For 1971. Her citation is “in recognition for contributing to the ad vancement of higher education and service to the community.” According to Mrs. Hart, she received notice of the award in mid-summer last year, but she adds that she doesn’t know how she was nominated. An alumna of both Vassar College and Duke University, Mrs. Hart came to Charlotte in 1940 from Roslyn, Long Island. She worked for the Navy Department for fourteen years, and her History of Forty- Millimeter Ammunition During World War II is on file in the National Archives. In Charlotte she performed her war work and gave numerous lectures around town to various groups on civil defensv ; !ans. She was also busy in the recruitment of employees; “We hud to get people hopped up to win the war, you know.” In the past she has been the chairman of the Council of Women’s Civic Organizations in Charlotte, twice president of the Charlotte Business and Professional Women’s Club (during the 1950’s), and served on the Governor’s Commission on the Status of Women in North Carolina during Terry Sanford’s administration. Last May, a scholarship was given to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in Mrs. Hart’s name. She is presently the first vice- president of the Charlotte chapter of the American Association of University Women, a national organization, and is an officer of the Charlotte Altrusa Club for Women Executives. She is a licensed parliamen tarian out of UNC and has taught several such courses in the Charlotte area. In November, Free Lance reported the nomination of Dr. Juan Celecia, Professor of Biology and Chairman of the Biology Department, to OEOA for 1971. Guidelines for selection in clude an educator’s talents in the classroom, contributions to research, administrative abilities, civic services, and professional recognition. Editor’s Note - Reprinted from Free Lance - March, 1972 issue. Where Are They? (From Page 4) M. Keith Greene AB‘61 Charles K. Grissom AB‘58 Donald B. Hanley, II AB‘68 Cecil M. Hayes AB‘59 P.C. Heracklis AB‘58 Don P. Hudson AB‘58 Charles R. Hutchins AB‘65 David M. Jansson AB‘65 Robert M. Jenkins AB‘58 James S. Justus AB‘64 James C. Keefer AB‘64 Robert Navarro Keller AB‘58 Robin Koch, Jr. AB‘68 N. Dean Lawing AB‘59 Marie Ann Lettich BS‘62 Thomas C. McLoughlin AB‘67 Frederick W. Martin AB‘58 Patricia E. Moore AB‘65 John J. Murphy AB‘65 Samuel J. O’Connor, III AB‘63 Peter J. Olenick, III AB‘69 Benigno M. Palomo AB‘60 Jorge Pita AB‘70 Donald E. Reilly AB‘66 George H. Reiner AB‘54 Stephen F. Ritz AB‘69 Walter Neal Roberts AB‘59 Luis F. Rodriguez AB‘68 Robert M. Scott AB‘70 Kevin B. Smdh AB‘71 Robert E. (Pete) Smith AB’60 David M. Spencer AB‘60 John P. Sulek AB‘64 Dean W. Sword, Jr. AB‘66 W. Stephen Thayer, III AB‘68 Cheng-Yung-Johnney-Wang AB‘63 James H. West BS‘65 R. Lee Whalen AB‘69 Nicholas F. Williams AB‘61 J. Alan Willis AB‘66 George D. Wooldridge AB‘69

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