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Homecoming Ur.mar.,.m:*.~ inn A _ -- — Homecoming 1974 was a re minder to many of their past college years at CBC, a view of the present CBC, and a time for reacquainting of beautiful friendships. Alumni of the year were chosen because of their professional accomplishments and service to CBC. Dr. and Mrs. James Staples presented the awards to Alumna June Reeder, Technical Process Librarian and Alumnus Bob Jordan, leader in special education. The Les Chantuses of years past and the present sang songs they voted on as their favorites. The current LesChanteuses performed before the entire group did. Concluding the morning activities was Dr. GeorgeMussachio's reading of the tribute to Mrs. Sybil Brown which he had tried to read last year at her funeral. The afternoon began with a delightful Baby Parade conducted by Sue Streeter. Winners for the various contests wereKaris Morrell in the Talent Show, Angela Lloyd in the Smiling Contest, Tanya Whorton in the Dia per Derby, and Eugene Martin in the Laughing Contest. Dr. Staples emceed the afternoon program and gave anecdotes about Dr. Lawerence Nelson,curator of the Book of Life Building. Mrs. Helen Walker sang Dr. Nelson's mother's favorite song, Jesus, Lover of My Soul. Unveiling a beautiful stained glass window in tribute to Dr. Nelson, created by Jos Maes, Laguna's Flemish artist, was Dr. Nelson's son, Theron. ._ , In the window revieledby symbols, is religion and individual human experience in everyday living, the Light of the World, Jesus, the Sun (and Son)ofRight- ousness, the Trinity and their lordship over land, sea, and air, Jesus' incarnation, his baptism, and Simon Peter's attempt to walk the waves of Galilee. Then a portrait of Dr. Nelson was unveiled. During half-time of the JV game Crystal McElfresh performed one of her baton twirling routines and Vickie Roy was crowned Homecoming Queen by last year's Queen Diane Cardoza. The winner of the Baby Picture Coll Contest was also revealed. Con- Mus testants were Dr. Staples, Gary was ins, Jon Rainbow, and Dr. sachio. Gary Collins won and presented with a bib and a rattle while his children rolled with laughter. ATTENTION SENIORS, you must have your graduat ordered by March 8. Orders are being taken in payment is not due with the order. HOMECOMING QUEEN,--and court-were sophomore Lady-in-Waiiing Kay Lewts, Karen Smart, Gail Patterson, Queen Vickie Roy, Esmeralda Alcalda, freshman Lady-in-Waiting Mary Eubank' Cindy Grelling, and Mischa Jackson. " Drama dept. to present plays ion announcements the Bookstore and The drama department will present "Vagabond, a Festival of One Act Plays", Feb. 28, March 1-2 at 8 p.m. in the Book of Life Theatre. The plays to be presented are 'The Ugly Duckling" and 'Curses, the Villian isFoil- ed", both comedies. "The Ugly Duckling" directed by Don Patterson will feature \en Hornbeck as the King, Deb- oie Murphy as the Queen, Cherilyn Maddox as Princess Camillia, and Donald Johnson as Prince Simon. Completing the cast will be Erna Noe as Dulci- bella, Daniel Brady as Chancellor, and Don Fias as Carlo. Directed by Carol Daniels, "Curses, the Villian is Foiled", will present Ken Hornbeck as Godfrey Goodheart, Carol Keller Students serve as recruiters as Mrs. Goodheart, and Erna Noe as True Hope. Also performing will be Danny Daniels as Blackie Blackman, Cherilyn Maddox as Jessie Jassimine, and Don Johnson as Willie Work. After the performances, an informal interchange between actors and audience will occur. Admission for students will be .$.50 and adults $1.00. Recruitment of prospective students on a personal basis is a primary objective of the six student admissions counselors, Gordon Davidson, Roger High, Marsha Noe, Vickie Roy, Vicky Rudd, and Richard Sochey. Having spent the past few weeks studying the philosophy and history of admissions and application processing, they are now preparing to contact students on an individual basis on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The conselors receive six upper division units for their work. The purpose of this experimental class is to build good relationships with schools and churches and build the number of prospective students attracted to the campus and to aid the development of each person participating. Concentration on the 12 area high school sand 150area churches occurs on Tuesday. Meeting that morning, for one to two hours, they receive more orientation and review past experiences. Cultivating the Riverside area to CBC, and its philosophy will be accomplished through Rev. Larry Walker to hold CBC revival Following the theme, "He is Alive, He is Lord, He is in All Things", the campus revival will be held March 4-8. Conducted by Rev. Larry Walker, Minister- At-Large for Metropolitan New York, it will feature chapel and evening services daily. Evening services will begin at 7 p.m. Music, under the direction of Randy Hendricks, Music Director at Truett Memorial Baptist Church in Long Beach, will be provided by CBC talent. A reception fellowship will honor the program personnel, Monday eve ning after the service. Student-led committees are making final preparations for this event. Serving as program chairman and general chairman, CSM president Rick Durst is coordinating the committees. Jim Fredrickson is assisting with the music committee. Chairing the arrangements and hospitality committees are JanetteBenedict and Laura Samson. Kay Lewis and Rick Warren are serving as publicity chairman and follow-up chairman, respectively. contact with local schools on a .continual basis. The admissions counselors will become personally acquainted with the counselors at the various high schools. Eight to nine percent of the fall enrollees came from Riverside area high schools, according to Registrar, Don Hokett. The local schools can provide the names of interested students. The counselors will contact these in addition to visiting various departments such as journalism and sharing the opportunities for similar training at CBC. Local church concentration will include all denominations. Conferences with the pastor and the youth will be held to explain what is available at a liberal arts Christian college. "Almost 20% of the student body are of a faith other than Baptist", stated Hokett. Thursday will be used to concentrate on localities outside the Riverside area. Beginning in the general area, in the future they will branch out further into Southern California. In communities other than Riverside, primary focus will be given to Christian high schools since their students already appreciate private Christian institutions. Seeing counselors, manning an information booth, and presenting slides, is the general format of these one-time visits. The student admissions counselors will in addition prepare proper advance publicity and arrange their own appointments. During that day they will also visit a Southern Baptist Church. This idea originated from the concept, the best salesman the college has is a satisfied student expressed by the students in the problem solving class, from which Hokett developed the idea of the class. "We have a good product, a good institution, and a good philosophy, now we need to get the word out", concluded Hokett. STTjrJE^T^A^MISSToirCOUNSELORS are Gordon Davidson, VicKy Rudd, Richard Sochey, Marsha Noe, Roger High, Vickie Roy, and assisting them is Roberta Fox.
|Title||The Banner - February 22, 1974|
|Subject||California Baptist University -- Students -- Periodicals. College student newspapers and periodicals -- California.|
|Description||The Banner is the student newspaper of California Baptist University. It has been in continuous publication since 1952.'|
|Creator||California Baptist University|
|Date||February 22 1974|
|Rights||Copyright California Baptist University. All Rights Reserved.|