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"G0y9 REALL Y TAKES CARE OF US! 11 LN^> CB Pair Nab Gunman We <EANNER-> ^™*^ Page 1 Oct. 18. 1974 ^^^*^^^ First Play of Season Presented Next Weekend Aria De Capo is a musical term which not only describes the first play this season for the Speech- Drama department, but also is the ^Bits \ Pieces by Lance Banner Dean Steve Carleton formerly had a sign on his door in the history department, "Come on in and we'll talk over old times." Now that he has moved downstairs, the sign does not appear on his door. According to Carleton, the sign wasn't hiscreation; itmysteriously appeared on his door one day. He says that he does miss the old days when students would drop in and talk over old times. "Students still come in," said Dean Carleton," but most of them want something." * * * To investigate further, this reporter went to Dean Carleton's former stomping grounds and picked up the following bits of information from D. Way land Mar- ler, history department director. According to Marler, the most valuable piece of information, one that has lasted centuries, is, "Common to all ancient societies, the wisdom of the ancients, "He who so, so shall he who'." Marler commented further saying that he has found the ancient saying to be so very true in his own personal life. * * * One of the student preachers on student preacher's day presented by the M.A.S., was prepared to deliver his sermon on Sunday morning, when, much to his chagrin, he discovered that he had forgotten to bring his suit. Not to be stopped, the young homilist delivered his sermons in the only clothes that he had, his jeans and work shirt. * * * The alligator controversy continues in the Drama Dept. Some .have said that Albert, a Caimen, will not get very large in size. The Banner printed that fact in its feature story on Albert, and Dr. Irving Shaw, Albert's master, protested. According to Shaw, Albert will grow to be 30 feet long, depending of course on what or whom he eats. Albert's home has been remodeled to include a swimming pond, and an island on which to sleep. He graciously has shared his home with a guppy, although Albert is probably just fattening him up before the feast. * * * By now the question has probably arisen in your mind, "What is this?" This is a new column which will contain some of the best evesdropping, nosing about in other people's business, and outright embarrassing questions. lt will never be intended to harm anyone personally, and should such harm come about its author will immediately shave his head, take on sackcloth, and heap ashes upon his head. D.J. name given it by its author, Edna St. Vincent Millay. Cherilyn Johnson is directing this one-act whose actors are David Jackson, Vicki Schneider, Danny Brady, Karen Rhoades, and Debbie Thompson. The play begins with Pierrot, David Jackson, and Columbine, Vicki Schneider, playing a farce comedy. They are interrupted by Cothurnus, Masque of Tragedy, played by Danny Brady, who insists on playing his scene. Thyrsis, Karen Rhoades, and Corydon, Debbie Thompson are the players of the tragedy, and when they are through, Pierrot and Columbine begin their farce again. 'This play's deep meaning really gets to me. It is a challenge to get the meaning that I want, across to the audience," said Cherilyn Johnson. This is her second solo directing attempt. Aria Da Capo will be presented Oct. 25 and 26 in the Book of Life building. The prices are 50 cents for students, and $1 for the general public. Student Pastors See Responsibility "Standing there in the pulpit, you are struck by the horrible realization that YOU are the tool that God is going to use to get His message across. That is a very heavy responsibility." Those are the thoughts of one of the 20 men who preached for the Ministerial Alliance's Student Preacher Day. Twice a year, churches open their doors and pulpits to preachers from CBC. The preachers went all over southern and central California, some as far as north of Bakersfield. A partial listing ofthe men who Student Loans Available Now Some National Direct Student Loan (NDSL) funds are still available to students who qualify. If the student filed a need analysis (either a PSC or SFS) and if a financial need is shown as a result of that application, he will qualify for NDSL. This loan is repayable after completion or termination of your education. Students are asked to make necessary arrangements in Student Financial Services room 122D. went out are Terry Cara, Mike Lynch, Don Rice, Jeff Souers, Joe Lowe, Tom Whaley, Bob Wilson, John Watkins and George Lewis. Some of the towns that were preached in included lvanhoe, Tu- -lare, Porte rjoile, Orange Cove, Dinuba, Visalia,and Farmersville. George Lewis, one ofthe preachers, said, 'That day'U standout in my mind as one of the most unique experiences of my life. I didn't even know Porterville existed until I found myself in it. The people of the church, especially a family named Burton, were so gracious I didn't want to come back here. That day was a good opportunity to bless folks and be blessed, too." The usual procedure was for the preacher to stay at the pastor's home, and preach both morning and evening services. The men left on Saturday morning and came back late Sunday night and Monday morning. This day allowed the MAs, like Les Chanteuses or the basketball team, to represent Cal Baptist. They also represented God. There will be another Student Preacher Day later on in the year. The MAs encourage any ministerial student to attend their meetings on the second and forth Mondays ofthe month in the old chapel. Conference Teaches Students to Love "Share His Love" is the theme for the State Student Conference, sponsored by the State Department of Student Work. The main empasis of this conference is to help students share Christ's love on the campus, in their community and in their church. A few of the people to lead in this conference are: Bill and Linda Gates, who will be leading the Friday night and Saturday morning worship and seminar. It will deal with expressing your faith, creatively. They will also be singing. Charles Roselle, chief of National Student Ministries in Nashville will be leading the national program of student work for the Southern Baptist Convention. Bob Hughes, minister of youth at the Elmhurst Baptist Church, Hayward will present the drama he wrote and produced for Foreign Missions Week at Glorieta during the summer. Len Sehested, served as a missionary in India. She will lead on prayer and devotional life. Dr. Richard Cunningham, from Golden Gate Seminary will lead Bible study and a seminar. The seminar will be on important and relevant topics concerning students today in a Christian life. The conference will be held Oct. 25-27 on the Contra Costa College campus in San Pablo. Cost is $2. which includes the Saturday noon meal, the program and insurance. Noon - day worship is held Wednesdays at 12:30 in the old chapel. Youth Caught Stealing Bike, Pulls Pistol By DAVE JACKSON VICTOR MATIMBA --Refused Bribery DON RICE ■The Strength of Samson Plans Made For Preview Day at CBC College Preview Day, formerly called Prospective Student Day, at California Baptist College, will be held Friday, Oct. 25. Registration will begin at 8a.m. in the Book of Life Building. The day's activities will include campus tours, classroom visitation, a student-faculty dialogue, a parent- sponsor-administration dialogue, powderpuff football, a variety show, and a drama production. Auditions for the touring musical ensembles will be conducted between 1 and 4 p.m. Students may also take the ACT test, Saturday, Oct. 26 at8:30a.m. on the college campus. The test reservation must be in, on or before Oct. 25. The cost ofthe test is $8.50. College Preview Day is planned especially to acquaint high school juniors and seniors with what Cal Baptist has to offer students in higher education and personal growth and development. Two Cal Baptist students faced death last Tuesday night, Oct. 15, when a suspect they had caught stealing a bicycle pulled a .22 automatic pistol and said, "I'm going to plug you." The two students were Victor Ma - timba, who lives in the men's dorm, and Don Rice of 8471 Diana apt. 241. Glenn Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Hill of 8471 Diana Apt. 141, was the first to spot the young man, stealing his bicycle from in front of his house. Matimba, a visitor at the Hill residence chased the tall youth with the bicycle to the fence that borders the freeway across Diana Street from the apartments. As Matimba ran after the suspect, Don Rice in the apartment above the Hill's had also followed in pursuit. Rice assisted Matimba at the fence, and then took the suspect back toward the apartment while Matimba brought the bicycle. At the fence, the youth had offered Matimba $20 that he, "had in his pocket," to free him. When Rice told the suspect that ihe police were coming to get him, he pulled away from Rice, reached down into his pocket and pulled out the pistol. This is the account of the following events given by Rice. "The kid was being mouthy, and trying to get us to let him go by telling us stories such as the Mafia was after him and other things. As soon as I told him that the police were coming he pulled away, got his gun out ofhis pocket, stuck it in my belly, and said, 'I'm going to plug you,' meaning, he was going to shoot me. "God must have given me the strength of Samson or something because I picked the kid up over my head and threw him down on the ground and then I sat on his chest with my knees on his arms. Victor stomped on the guy's arm and got the gun out of his hand." The arresting officer, Roy Rod- gers, said that the police department had been looking for the 6'1", 180 pound youth all dayashe had shot the pistol at a student in his high school earlier in the day. Investigation into the matter is continuing. Stamp Collection Displayed One of the truly great collections of religion on postage stamps is in process of being given to the Book of Life collection of California Baptist College. For tax purposes, the gift is being spread over a ten year period, but in case of the donor's death, the entire collection becomes the property of the college at once. Meanwhile the Book of Life has the use for exhibit purposes of the entire collection. Among the items currently on display outside the office in the Book of Life Building is a framed watercolor of a scene outside Quebec, Canada, the trees and buildings, including a church, of which are made entirely from British and American postage stamps. The front facade and the steeple of the church are composed of stamps of Martha Washington while the side visable shows JohnQuincy Adams. This picture composed by a French nun was purchased by an Oklahoma postal worker whose widow presented it to the Book of Life collection.
|Title||The Banner - October 18, 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|
|Rights||Copyright California Baptist University. All Rights Reserved.|
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