The Howard Payne College Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 14, Ed. 1, Friday, January 18, 1974 Page: 1 of 4
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MUST WOT BE TAKEN
f TOM THE RADNQ ROOM
Special election to fill
vacancy new positions
A special election to fill the
vacani'.v in the office of Vice-
President of the Student
Association and to elect students
to the positions of Program
Council Coordinators has been
announced b Terry Carter
.student association president.
All interested candidates fol-
ic office of vice-president must
have abrade point average 01 j.n
and at least (SO semester hours to
his or her credit. petition with
150 names is required to be
eligible and will be due in the dean
of students office b January 23.
The special election has been
set for January 25 during class
meetings. Carter pointed out that
students would have to meet in
Mims auditorium before class
meetings to hear speeches from
The new positions of
coordinators for the newly
proposed Program Council will
be a president and a combination
Program Council is designed to
coordinate about 95 per cent of the
social educational and extra-
curricular activities on campus.
The other members of (he
program council will be appointed
shortly after the election by the
new president. Dean My re and
According to Carter there is
no grade or petition requirement
at this time for candidates
interested in the Program
Council positions. However he
did stress the importance of
students turning their names in to
the dean of student office by
Carter also asked for some
serious considerations for the
newly created posts on the part of
the candidates because he said
"it will take hard work and
dedication to make the program a
Dates for yearbook
photography for all second
semester and transfer students
were announced this week by
Linda Autry Lasso editor.
All students who are new at
Howard Payne will be
photographed Tuesday and
Wednesday of next week at
(Jibson's. Studio. The photograpny
studio is open from 9 a.m. to I
p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
only and islocated in thetiibson's
Discount Center building on the
traffic circle at Commerce.
Autry explained that there is no
charge to have the portrait made.
The cost of the photography is
included in the Lasso fee that is
part of the student activity fee.
Students having their portraits
made will need to show their
activity cards at the studio Autry
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Pitta Campbell nominated for award
Dr.li'eorgeC . Pittman and l)r
Hobert Campbell hae been
selected by students and faculty at
Howard Payne as nominees for
the Minnie Stevens Piper Best
Dr. Pittman is chairman of the
humanities illusion head of the
Department of Knglish and
professor of Knglish. Dr.
C a in p b e 1 1 is an assistant
professor of religion in ihi
Institute ot Christianity.
The annual award sponsored
by the Minnie Stevens Piper
I'oiindalion. is given to the
distinguishedpiofessor in Texas
alter the final selection has been
made from nominees statewide.
Dr Pittman. who holds a
doctorate from the I'nhersity of
Mississippi has been with
Howard Payne ..ince IU71. Since
coming to Howard Payne to
become head of the Knglish
Department and chairman ol
ihehumaiiities division Dr
Pittman has started a system of
contracting for grades by
allowing each student to set his
own go.il at the beginning of the
semester for (degrade he wishes
He has used a system ol role
playing in courses in which he
wears period costumes and
lectures in first person. Dr.
Pittman and his wile have iKn
seived lor several ye.iis c
repiesciil.ti'ves to the Danlcirth
Dr. Campbell joined the laculty
in 1!I7' allei spending sevei.il
years as director ol loligious
activities at II 11 . He has been
elfeciive both as a le.uhei and
counselor. In only his second year
of teaching. Dr i-ampbell has
been i ccognicd and acclaimed as
an outstanding ellective teacher
lie spends in my extra houi s hi
gioup tutoring sessions with his
students and ill having his
students visit in his home for
Dr. t ampbell. who received his
Doctoi o Theology from
Soiilhwestei u Uaptist Theological
Seminal . his served for several
yea i s as ii.iu man of the chapel
coMinitii-e and has spoken in
Miptist churches thioiighout
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The Howard Payne College Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 14, Ed. 1, Friday, January 18, 1974, newspaper, January 18, 1974; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth102815/m1/1/: accessed August 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.