The Howard Payne University Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 66, No. 24, Ed. 1, Friday, April 20, 1979 Page: 3 of 4
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Chapel next week
Dr. Evelyn Romig Dr. Clyde Majors and James B. Franklin
vice-president for development will be featured in the "Last
Lecture" series in chapel next week. According to Ramon Gar-
cia assistant to the vice-president of student affairs each will
present a lecture as if it were his last.
ALD inducts members
Alpha Lambda Delta a national organization composed of
freshmen who attain a 3.35 grade point average initiated new
members Tuesday afternoon announced Leesa Huey Newton
New members are Janet Blanton Kelly Callaway Mary Kay
Fox Tamara Gilbert Donna Kay Huckaby Bonnie Moran Jo
Ann Somers Jamie Smallwood and Kitna Yoas.
FDA seminar Thursday
"Food and Drug Administration Chemical Detectives" will
be the title of a seminar to be given by Dr. Ed R. Biehl Southern
Methodist University chemistry professor Thursday April 26 at
3:30p.m. in Winebrenner 123.
The seminar is sponsored by the student chapter of the
American Chemical Society and the chemistry department said
Danny Stephenson HP chemistry professor.
Sherman featured soloist
Dr. Louis L. Sherman associate professor of music was
featured as a bass-baritone soloist during the 98th annual
Messiah Festival at Lindsborg Kansas. He sang the roles of the
High Priest Peter Pilate and Judas at the presentation of
Bach's "St. Matthew's Passion" by the Bethany Oratorio
Society on Good Friday April 13.
The "St. Matthew Passion" has been presented annually
during the Messiah Festival since 1929.
Car wash tomorrow
Circle K fraternity will sponsor a $2 per car car wash from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Texaco on the circle tomorrow announ-
ced Charles Manis president.
Manis also said that David Bolles Steve Bolles Mark Martin
Dale Felder Dean Cassily Gary Maas David Lanninghma
Danny Tucek and Paul Dunne have been accepted as Circle K
members after successfully completing the spring pledge
From left to right on the first
row are Bruce Ross Alice Heskett Kay
Kathleen Newman Deborah Reid and Jan
Matetzschk. On the second row is Weldon
Kilburn Rebecca Stephens Phil Hunsucker
Kelly Callaway Di Ann Smith Danny Tucek
and John Barton director.
The final performance cf
"Back to Methuselah" the
spring drama department play
in connection with the Fine Arts
Fortnight is tonight at 8 p.m. in
Coggin Theater according to
John Barton director of theater
Reservations for the final
show can be made by calling
Ext. 357 before 5 p.m.
This classic play written by
George Bernard Shaw deals
with the importance and powers
of man's capabilities. The
theme of "Back to Methuselah"
is man's God-given capabilities
which he may determine how to
use but society often stifles.
Hope for the continued existen-
ce of man is stressed
throughout the play which
begins in the Garden of Eden
and continues through 30000
Members of the cast include
Bruce Ross as Adam; Jan
Matetzschk Eve; Phil Hun-
sucker Cain; Kelly Callaway
serpent; Di Ann Smith
Professor Barnabus; Weldon
Kilburn Archbishop; Kit
Newman Mrs. Lutestringer;
Debbie Reid Fusima; Jeff
Parker elderly gentleman;
Alyce Kay Zoo; Rebecca
Stephens Mrs. Barnabus; Dan-
ny Tucek Strethpon; Di Ann
Smith Chloe; Phil Hunsucker
and Bruce Ross the Ancients;
Rebecca Stephens Lilith; and
John Barton dramatist.
key to good tan
By Leesa Newton
Yellow Jacket Assistant Editor
As soon as the temperature
climbs up to around the 70
degree mark students head for
the lake the pool or just about
anywhere to catch a few rays.
Evidence of this can be seen by
observing all the people who
came back from the Easter
holidays looking like lobsters.
Yes as summer draws
closer many people begin
focusing their attentions on get-
ting one of those golden California-
type tans. Sun tanning is
fine if done in moderation. Too
many people however don't
use moderation and end up "red
as a beet" with a sunburn.
A sunburn is not a pleasant
experience. In the most severe
cases sunburns can result in
nausea vomiting and blisters.
Besides being painful a sun-
burn is ugly and usually causes
the skin to peel. Repeated bur-
ning may also lead to skin can-
cer in later years.
If you are one of those who did
get sunburned over the
holidays there are some things
you can do for your poor body.
According to Dr. James Hern-
don Chairman of the Division
of Dermatology for the Univer-
sity of Texas Health and Scien-
ce Division taking aspirin can
be very beneficial. Aspirin
blocks the production of a group
of compounds in the skin which
are responsible for much of the
pain and redness commonly
associated with sunburn. In
mild cases cool compresses or
calamine lotion applied to the
burned areas is helpful.
Enough of the unpleasant side
of sunbathing. What about skip-
ping the burn and going straight
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to a tan? It is possible to avoid
sunburn even for those who are
very fair skinned. The key to a
healthy tan is limited exposure
to the sun. Too many people try
to rush a tan and it just can't be
Begin tanning by only staying
out in the sun for short intervals
at a time. This time period is
best determined by age and
complexion. Naturally very
small children are the most
susceptible to burning because
of their tender skins. People
with red to reddish-brown hair
and freckles tend to sunburn
easiest. According to Dr. Hern-
don these people should never
stay out longer than 10 to 15
minutes their first time out in
the sun. Blondes are the next
most likely candidates for sun-
burn. First exposure for blon-
des should be limited to 15
minutes also. Brunettes do not
suffer sunburns as frequently
as other types but they should
still limit their first exposure to
20-25 minutes for skin protec-
tion. After the first day out all
skin. types can safely increase
exposure time by 10-20 percent
A good tanning preparation is
important for a good tan and
minimized burning. Lotions and
oils help keep the skin supple
and also help to replace lost
moisture. Those products con-
taining para-aminobenzoic acid
(PABA) are the most ideal to
use because PABA is a mild
Get a good tan this summer
but remember: You only have
one skin and it must last a
lifetime. Use common sense
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