The War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 3, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 23, 1970 Page: 1 of 4
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Abilene. Texas. September 23 1S70
To ICUT Positions
Three Abilene college and uni-
versity students have beer nam-
ed district coordinators for the
through trustee (acuity student
parent and alumni committees in
each of the 31 Texas senatorial
NEW OrFICEnS . . . Choten at the poltt latt wck werct (from left to right) Cindy Graves fresh-
man secretary-treasurer Lc Duller fmhman vice-president. Gary Harris frcthman president.
Jill Gardner sophomore representative and Glenn Stanberry. Junior senator. Frosh representativ-
es were chosen Monday.
Fish Offices Vancancies filled
Election Results Announced
The final voting took place nsurer Cindy Graves a French of the Student Association Gov-
Thursday for the top three offices major and n Spanish minor de-
of the Freshmen class These run
offs were a result of the elections
Gary Harris n pre-medical stu-
dent overrode Stan Cosby a re-
ligion major; for the office of
president He stated that he
would like to see a greater amount
of involvement by a greater
amount of people in class func-
tions this year Gary also said. "1
want to encourage pride and unity
in the Fieshmen class" He is a
graduate of Cential High School
in San Angelo Texas
Winning the office of vice-piOM-dent
over Hobeit Kiik a pio-
medic.il student wib Lee Hutlet.
a pie-dental student l.ee is a
graduate of Abilene High School
Fin the office of secict.iiy tie-
Plans for the annual Home-
coming Show aie now in pio-
giess with the date set for Friday
Theme for this year's event will
be the song "Wlieie Do I Go"
taken fiom the motion picture
Director of the hhow is Dennis
Alcorn; assistant-director Michele
Jamison; choreographer Karl
Heist; and sets Eddie Hairison.
Alcorn has announced that they
need nil the people they enn get
and that no one will bo tamed
feated Linda Gossett a Nursing
major. Cindy is a giaduate of John
F. Kennedy High School in San
Slimes elected four class repre-
sentatives this past Monday.
Sin candidates had submitted
petitions for the offices. Thtee
girls and thiee bos put their
names on the ballot but the vot-
cis showed a definite prefeience
Those elected weie Suan
Cloud. Jimmy Rodnquer. Ken
Youngblood. and ll.uold Tinslcy
These newly elected officers will
be installed at the next meeting
eminent along with the officers
elected in the runoff elections last
Tinslcy is a music education
major from San Antonio. A busi-
ness major Rodnquez is from
Bridgeport. Youngblood. also a
business major hails from Iowa
l'ark Miss Cloud from lsla Verde.
Puei to Rico is a special educa-
Vieki Chandler and Sally Stone
alo filed for the representative
student committee of Independent districts to distribute information
Colleges and Universities of Tex- about the proposed bills.
as. Inc. Each of the four Dig Country
They are Miss Jane Hix senior private schools named two mem-
rehgmus education major at Har- uors l0 uo student committee.
dm-Simmons University; Miss The other H-SU member is King
Zoe Conner junior drama major Sanders senior Bible major from
at Abilene Christian College and Dallas
Hodnc Dunn. Junior marketing Tho lwo McMurry mcmbers arc
major at ACC Djmd Trca $cnlor rcnRion ma.
The three students who were Jor from E as0i and PuR Dcavcn.
named to their positions at state. t 5ophomoro P E major from
wide conference on higher cduca- SxmXon Howard Payn0.s sUldcnl
tun Monday at Southern Motho- rcprc5CnlaUvos aro Joo Erring-
d.t I Diversity in Dallas will be on fCmor acadcmy of frcC(Jom
responsible for telling the ICUT. maJor rom McAUcn and Miss
lnc story m six Independent West Jacklo MltchcIli 5onlor secondary
Texas colleges and universities cdllcaUon maJor from u Fcrin.
They are ACC McMurry Col-
lege. Lubbock Christian College
Wayland Baptist College and
Howard Payne College. These
schools aro six of the 41 mem-
bers of ICUT. Inc.
Miss Hix is president of the H-
SU Student Congress. Miss Con
ner a former ACC cheerleader college worship on September 30
and freshman and sophomore fav- 1070 They will present their pro-
onto is a member of the ACC gram in the Radford Auditorium
Student Life Committee. Dunn is at 10:00 A M
vice president of Galaxy men's T1c pavCrs use Christian Dy-
oeial club and director of public namjcs because they sec Chris-
mformation and public relations Canity ns a dynamic force do-
for the ACC Student Senate. manding the very best that is in
ICUT. lnc basing its proposals tncm at an mtx. 'Die drama is
on research directed by Dr. John uscd t0 relate our modem day life
Moseley. president of Austin Col- 0 Christianity. Communication
lege has designed a program to ts sometimes difficult to grasp so
help insure maximum use of ex- drama is uscd by these players to
istmg higher education resources RCt tnc p0jnt across.
' Covenant Players was born in
ine piupus.us iv in nil' luriu
The Covenant Players will of-
fer Christian Dynamics to the
of two bills to be introduced to
the (32nd Texas Legislature in
1971. They are (1) state tuition
equalization grants to students at-
tending independent colleges and
universities and (21 state contract-
ing with independent colleges and
universities for production of de-
grees and educational services.
September of 1963 when the first
production of the Christian Dy-
namics series was presented. Pri-
or to this time the director Char-
les M. Tanner has sought to de-
velop the idea of drama In the
church for some years. The op-
portunity came with the commis
sion to write and produce them in
three one-act plays dealing with
Pep Rally Planned
Indian Gymnasium will be
tho sito of a splrlt-boostlng pop
roily Thursday at 11:00 a.m.
Club competition will high-
light the affair.
Tho football loam will do-
part Friday morning for Kings-
villo where thoy will face tho
Toxas AStI Javollnas in a Sat
urday night contest.
For tho first timo in many
years tho McMurry Indians
havo olectod co-coptalns for tho
Elected dofensivo captain
was senior safety Joo Gillespie
while junior quarterback Rog-
er Martin was honored as of-
SAG handled about -I major
items of business in the Septem-
ber IS meeting Student com-
plaint headed the hot with com-
mittees of roure.sontatives repot t-
mg findings and progiess on such Schol Allotment
things as the food and service in SnvinB Account
tho cafeteria maintenance of Checking Account
rs.i.i ri. rw nni toixnlinnn Parking System
service Then SAG moved on to
New PA System. Student gov-
ernment voted to purchase a pub-
lic address system to use at pep
rallies. Homecoming etc.
Budget. Below you will find the C. Model UN
oa- . w.( fm- this D. SUSGA
OVV.1 llaw ui.hv.i ."
school year. If you have any com-
inents or suggestions concerning F'
the budget please leave a note in
ur nuncr Aictnu. prcsmem ai thrco thcnwJ rdatinR man and
Baylor I niversity in Waco is God Thc wero rcccivcd
president of the organization. wilh cnthusa$m and other
ICl T. lnc officials plan to work churches wantcd similar presen
tations. To fulfill these requests
Covenant Players was established.
Their purpose is to awaken peo-
pie to what is going on around
them and to their place in the
activities. The ability to relate is
of course true communication. To
get one to icspond is to be effec-
tively making contact and through
this we can place one in a posit
ion of personal confrontation.
Mr. Chniles M. Tanner founder.
$2500 director and writer is a man of
1700 many talents. He was born in
1200 Salamanca New York he com-
tOOO P'otct' ms frnal education at
the suggestion envelope on the
SAG door or see your lepiesenta-
tive or a member of the Executive
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both Svrncuse and Columbia Uni
Last This a fun member of the Screen
Year Year Producers Guild in Hollywood
he is a signatory participant to
$250 $375 The Title Registry Bureau of tho
475 COO Motion Picture Association of
250 250 America. Tanner has completed
50 80 over 350 properties including
150 155 both screen and stage in addition
700 800 to numerous short stories and
novels to his credit.
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