Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 24, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 30, 1974 Page: 2 of 8
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D A M R L E R
ANDREA RICH, senior art major, proudly dis-
plays the fabric design, "Gustav's Comfort,"
which won her a $250 scholarship from the
State Bank of East Fort Worth.
Bromley-g man of direction
bv Leta Shelton
Someone once said a student government's
basic aim is to provide services for the stu-
Someone also once commented that if ev-
erytime that student government requested of
their administration help in instigating a new
service but were refused, and the association
finally accomplished the task sans any aid
from the administration, eventually that stu-
dent government would reach the point that
everytime they requested help it would be
denied by the administration with the knowl-
edge that the students would take it upon
themselves continually, an obligation which is
not their rightful task.
Craig Bromley, new Student Association
Council President, is just that 'someone.'
Bromley, a junior pre-dental major, has
proven himself amply qualified for the posi-
tion, with a varied background in Texas Wes
He considers himself a liberal but within
the framework of the school's structure.
He continually stressed the importance of
working with the administration, 'if you get
anything accomplished you must stay within
bounds . . . but if you find that going with
these channels, they (the administration) try
to halt you, you are obligated to continue on
Bromley is outwardly an easy-going, real
congenial-type person who1 apparently realizes
the importance of his position and the tact
Yet at the same time he has exhibited his
ability to be sternly uncompromising when the
"After a year as science representative, I
became^real interested in services and hav ing
a say in decision making instead of sitting
back and complaining about it," replied 1ftom-
ley when questioned about his motives for
Craig is a graduate of Poly High School
where he was in the National Jlonor Society
and president of the ICT program. He trans-
ferred to TWC his sophomore year from TCJC
"One of the hardest things for the admin-
istration to realize is that even though a small
percentage of the students here are interested,
they should still have a say in all aspects of
Craig is very much in favor of the student-
faculty forum and intends to expand and fur-
ther develop the program next year.
He also sees much general confusion'in
the student population about the Student
Association Council and the Student Activ-
ities Board, and intends to take steps to helpj
clarify the situation.
More encompassing student services such
<js a tutoring file and expanded discount pro-
gram are also on the agenda.
Craie is concerned over the present election
system'imd intends some definite changes . . .
"a more specific, Retailed election code . . .
. . . <fhe candidates will know more specifically
what they can and can't do in regards to cam-
paigning, a problem which was encountered
"... a student government's basic aim is
to provide services ..."
by Moses Aleman
The TWC chapters of Phi Mti Alpha Sinfonia and Sigma
Alpha Iota will present their annual American Vusicale on
Sunday, May 5. at 3 p.m., in the Fine Arts Audi tori umpOjepro-
gram will consist of works by American composers.
John Sheppard, president of the Gamma Chi 'wrtrr 0f
Phi Mil Alpha, will conduct the Phi Mu Alpha Chort^^ecs
tions by Persichetti, J. Clifton Williams, Walter ^
The Sigma Alpha lota Chorus, conducted by!
Carter, will perform works by Cordon Young, Housti
and Natalie Sleeth. The combined choruses will perfi
Promise of Living" by Aaron Copland.
Also included on the program will be a Toccata fi
by John Weaver, played by Randalyn Billiard, a Bn.siQuintet
by Ewald which will feature Dav id Reas and Paul Smith, Trum-
pets. John Sheppard, French Horn, Joe Dolkos, Trombone, and
Rick Springer, Tuba; the duet, "Isn't the Weather Awful" from
"The Old Maid and the Thief by Cian-Carlo Menotti, sung by
Cyndy McKinney and Bobbie Debusk; and the trio, "Now, 0
Lips Say Goodbye" from "The Consul" by Menotti, ,suhg by
Bobbie Adkerson, Rick Eubanks and Sandra Snovvden.^^^
Students are invited to attend the program free
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new basketball coach
Johnny Howerton, head basket- named head basketball coa|^?
ball coach at Trinity High School assistant professor of health s™
in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford In- physical education at Texa^Ves-
dependent School District, was leyan College, Thursday, 25;
FLASH CADILLAC and the Con-
tinental Kids came and went at
TWC but not without leaving
memories behind. (See pages
4 & 5.)
The 40-year-old former ,
Hills High School coach Kicceed e
A1 Peters, who relinquish® W ,
twC - nowevei
coaching responsibilities at||H|
,, , |n tlit the wl
on March 6. igil
Dr. W. M. Pearce, pn lent ol hy T\\(
Texas Wesleyan, commente<^H ?nie ~mu<
Howerton has been highly econi'
nuwt'l lun naa "
mended by coaches in botmj etc
high school and college ranks only thi
We had a number of highly ^ _ '-get
ified applicants for the I ^
and the Faculty ,-Athletic Com- e onl
mittee and Dr. Ed ^lsonfe v
athletic director, did a M I
of screening the appli('ari,4B ,. ' rK e
are confident that Mr. HowJ** J>g a g00
can do the job we want £ tave *
years ahead, and we are t . » s
ed that he has accepted. Weg « .
forward to our association •* Jwm
him in this role."
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Howerton, a past ...
the Fort Worth Coaches J -tats
ciation, said, "1 deeply
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Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 24, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 30, 1974, newspaper, April 30, 1974; Fort Worth, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth771704/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Wesleyan University.