Texas Wesleyan Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 24, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 21, 1971 Page: 4 of 6
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Lowry, Smith Chose
As Mr. & Miss TW€
The annual Mr. and Miss TWC
Dante held several surprises in
the form of three new announce-
ments and an unexpected visitor.
The dance, which took place
last Saturday night, saw the an-
nouncement of Mr. TWC, Roy
Lowry, senior pre-med •student
and President of the student
body. Also announced was Miss
TWC, Jan Smith, senior P. E.
major and secretary of the Stu-
Basketball Queen Julie Culpep-
per was also presented during the
course of the evening.
After the announcements, when
all the excitement was expected
to have taken place, an unusual
visitor showed up in the likeness
of Jose Feliciana. Feliciano hod
finished playing a $300,000 giK
prior tft wandering into the Tex-
as Wesleyan Dance, and consent-
ed to sit in fpr 45 minutes free
No one is certain how it hap-
pened, but it appears he., was just
wandering around with hi.s back-
up group and happened to wan-
der into the TWC festivities at'
the Holiday Inn on University.
From all reports, most students
had left the dance when Feliciano
showed up, but those who had
the fortune to sec him swear he's
worth the $300,000.
The regular dance music was
supplied by Melbajane.
Students to Vote On
Wednesday, Aptii / \
Davis To AppearTfl
Texas Wesleyan CoL'er , S Ul
Voting will be held for Stu-
dent Association and Class Offi-
cers positions this Thursday and
Friday, Apr. 22 and 23, from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Student As-
Each class will select a pres-
ident, vice-president, secretary,
treasurer, reporter, men's intra-
mural coordiftator, and a repre-
sentative to the P.cligious Life
Council. Voting for freshman of-
ficers will be held next fall.
In the running for Senior Pres-
ident is Paul Bickley. Running for
junior class president is Ray
Smith, and for sophomore class
president1 is Bill Padgett and
Vice-presidential candidates for
the senior office are Melinda
Prillmar and Johnny Cunning-
ham. Junior candidate is Mike
Eckroth and sophomore candidate
jn Stockton and Marty
are running for senior
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Add this special kind of
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R. R. Davenport, Jr.
class secretary, and Janet Boren
is running for sophomore },cl»ss
Running for senior class treas-
urer is AnitjpiJem so^i and for
sophomore treasurer is Susan Mc-
Johnny Skinner is in the run-
ning for senior class Represent-
ative and Nancy Murphy for
sophomore class representative.
Only candidate for sophomore
class Intramural Captain is R.'ck
Eubanks. Phil Spicer is likewise
the sole candidate for sophomore
class Religious Life Represent-
In the running for Placfc ©ne
of the Senate is Phil Spicer. Com-
peting for Place Two areJE^iljjt:
Stringer and Patti Whiter Place
Three candidate is Bob Carter,
and Place Five candidate compet-
itors are Pam Parrish and Tom
Running for Place Six is Steve
(Continued on Page 6) „
MR. A*fJD MISS TWC -were officially announced last week at
the Dance, Featured above are the winners of the election, Jan
Smith and Roy Lowry.
Texas Wesleyan Colli?
be the host for new son;- < •
tion Mac Davis on April v,
the Fine Arts Auditorium
is famms for such hits , v
orie</r^Iri the Ghetto
"Do*t CrJsDaddy" which ....
all rftade popular by Eh,-.. Pn
His other 'Soiigwritin^ «r,
include a pair of hits for o.
Smith ("Friend, Lover" W-.ir.sj
Wife" and "Daddy's Liu!'- M;u,
"Something's Burning" Ke,
ny Rogers and the First Li ?;,
and "Watching Scotty Oro
In addition, Mac wrote xpeoi
numbers for Presley's (lh: t„eij
vision special, as well as fr r tvj
of his motion pictures.
Mac Davis is a star in his o.
right as shown in his new
"Mac Davis: Song Painter.'
Has also received three gold *
ords and appeared on almost
ery TV show.
The shoW starts at 8 p.m Ti
ets are $2 fop the floor seat? an
SI :for balcony. TWC stude
will be admitted free with T>
Marketing Myopia to Feature
Distinguished Business Leaders
by Bob Vleck college marketing, and advertis-
The most exciting weekend on students and educators. Ad-
Texas Weslfyan's .'campus is just v^nce registration can be made
around the corner. This Saturd^v,,—Professor J. R. Deegan, who
April 24, the 4th Annual Market- Has already" received*^' record
ing Myopia will take place in the
Fine Arts Auditorium. Action will
begin at 8:30 a.m., lasting until
-4^p m^ The 1971 "Sales Prqmo-„
tiorfDay On Campus" promises
to be even more thrilling than in
the previous years, with market-
ing students and business majors
from 55 Te.^as colleges participat-
ing, as well as - a group of area
high school students.
This year's highlights .include
Mr. Zig Ziglar, a nationally rec-
ognized leader in the field of
sales motivation, Dr. Charles
Jarvis, reputed to be America's
number one humorous speaker,
and several other guest speakers.
The program is loaded with
bonuses for everybody, such as
door prizes, free breakfast and
lunch, a valise with pen and pa-
per, and a .$500 scholarship to be
awarded to some deserving young
The "Marketing Myopia" is an
attempt to reveal the practical
side of sales promotion to high
school and college students.
Theerfore an invitation is ex-
tended to all Texas high school,
breaking jesponse to the pro-
Because the "Marketing My-
opia" jfcts been so successful,
f'ort Worth's Mayor Stovall has
proclaimed April 24 as "Sales
Promotion Day in Fort Worth."
Anybody interested in self-im-
provement in the .business wo
should take this advantage to
an inside look into the field d
As an added attraction an|
special bonus, be sure to rev: .fflj
for the 1971 Chevrolet Vega tf
will be awarded to some luc
winner for a week. And oh y
about that Chevy Vega . .
you've got eight friends, c
will have to walk. It only hold
eight — we tried!
MARKETING MYOPIA Is the biggest news in the Business De-
partment this week, and here members of Phi Beta Lambda, na-
tional business fraternity pose with the 1971 Vega to be given
away during Myopia Day. Photo by Bob Vleck
THE NATIONAL LIFE AND ACC. INS. CO.
2914 E. ROSEDALE
FORT WORTH, TEXAS 76105
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Texas Wesleyan Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 24, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 21, 1971, newspaper, April 21, 1971; Fort Worth, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth771670/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Wesleyan University.