Texas Wesleyan Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 2, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 24, 1969 Page: 4 of 6
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Wednesday, Septemhpr 24
Seniors To Meet~
In an effort to provide better communication between mem-
bers of the Senior Class, class meetings will be held three times
Ted Karpf, class president, announced that meetings will
be held at 10:50 a.m. and 1:40 p.m., Thursday and at I p.m.,
Friday in the Reed Lecture Theater. «,
Karpf said, "By offering three different times for class
members to meet I hope that we can provide seniors with all
the information needed prior to graduation next spring."
Among the issues to be discussed at the class meeting will
be senior rings, filing for graduation, nominations for the year-
book dedication and announcement of the robing speaker for
NEW TEACHERS (Continued from Page 1)
degree from Oberlin College and
her Master of Music from the
University of Colorado.
Dr. Sidney Landman, associate
professor of English, received his
BA degree from %iylor Univer-
sity. His Master of Arts and
Doctor of Philosophy were re-
ceived from Vanderbilt Univer-
Russel Floyd, instructor in
mathematics, holds a BS from
UT at Arlington and a Masters
from North Texas State Univer-
Hosting in O. d. Armstrong
Hull, men's dormitory, is Jerry
Bawcom, also an instructor of
physical education and assistant
in the admissions office. He holds
a BS and' Masters from Texas
Part-time instructor:; include
Miss Johnnie Allison, instructor
in Spanish; Mrs. Laura Linda
Sanders, instructor in speech;
Mrs. Martha Cannon, Raymond
For Celebrity Series
Tickets On Sale
in Senate Office
Appearing in concert Oct. 9-10
each for two hour shows, are
the "Friends of Distinction" and
"The Happenings," respectively.
'"Upon presentation of the activ-
ity card at the Student Senate
office, students will receive one
ticket to each performance and
can buy another for $1. Tickets
will go on sale tomorrow morn-
ing and will be available to stu-
dents until Oct. 2. No tickets
may be picked up with the ac-
tivity card after this date. ,
Tickets will then be sold .be-
ginning Oct. 3 to the public.
These may be purchased at $1.50
for balcony seats and $2.00 fol-
lower floor seats.
Student Association Vice-Pres-
ident Fred Russell remarked
"We are trying to establish a
precedent, not penalize the stu-
dent. Therefore, it is a must for
students to secure their tickets
before Oct. 2. Our goal is a full
auditorium with first preference
given to Texas Wesleyan stu-
dents until the deadline date."
Witt and Mrs. Patsy Herrin, all
instructors in business adminis-
Dr. Kenneth O. Kibler has
.joined as part-time assistant
professor of physics and Samuel
Crossley as instructor in his-
tory. New direct' r for BSU this
year is Clifton Abshier, Jr. '
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