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We 'BANNER^, April 29, 1977, Page 1 Five compete for ASB positions A total of five persons are competing for the three available ASB positions for the 1977-78 school year. Brief character sketches are given with the hope that the more informed the voter, the more •x intelligent his choice will be on '" election day. Judy White, a junior from Blythe, Calif., has a Behavioral Science major and a Public Administration minor. She has been a wing rep; on the dorm council (its business manager); the president's assistant; a varsity cheerleader; ASB secretary; a member of Alpha Chi; and Behavioral Science and Young Democrats Clubs. She currently receives Soroptimists Club and academic scholarships. Judy s running is runningfor ASBpres- ident. Carrie Messenger (running with ASB CANDIDATES (1 to r): Carrie Messanger (v.p.), Jim Robertson (act. dir.), Judy White (pres.), and Pari Rickard (v.p.). Not shown is Randy Bradshaw (v.p.). ASB campaign speeches can be heard in a special chapel Monday, May 2. "In the Beginning" opens Tko „-„,i,,„t;„„ „f <<i„ *u- d«, V-^ V-»r. JL _____„, The production of "In the Be ginning," will be deeply involved in production this week, as it goes on stage May 6 and 7. The evening promises to be an exciting one, and one that will challenge the audience. The cast has selected a wide range of material, and people of all backgrounds will be able to enjoy many of the various parts ofthe program. "In the Beginning" has a cast of only four people: Alma Rhoads, Ken Hornbeck, Nancy Smith and Dave Auda. Ken, who directs the show, says, 'The Program is about beginnings. Our lines are a series of beginnings —beginnings of love, dealing with reality, acceptance "and faith in God." Through monologues, scenes, poetry, drama duos and slide presentations, these different beginnings are revealed. There is humor, drama and reflection. Among the many parts of the program is a pantomine by Dave and Nancy depicting self-discovery, a section on childhood, and a monologue about motherhood by Alma. Also, in Act II, the cast will try to explore the feelings and emotions of children growing up in the ghetto, and Ken will do a monologue about Christ as seen through the eyes of one of the shepherds on the hillside. Earlier it was announced that a part of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" would be included in the program, but due to royalty problems, this will be impossible. The cast all believe, however, that the show is now actually stronger. The show promises to be refreshing, interesting and entertaining. It will be on stage in the B.O.L. at 8:00 p.m., May 6 and 7. Tickets will be on sale next week for $1.00 each. At the door the cost is$1.00 for students and faculty, $1.50 for off-campus. Alma, Ken, Dave, Nancy, of "in the Beginning". Students secure govt, positions Dave Adams, a CBC student majoring in public administration, has bested 50 other applicants to be named the new Administrative Aid of Riverside. According to Professor Agrow, Adams was in competition with many persons holding Master Degrees. Adams himself, Argow reports, "had interned in the city manager's office in the fall semester, and had written an administrative manual. "Adams began work last Monday." Another public administration • major, Al Wagoner, has been named Assistant City Manager of Wasco, Calif. Last week the City Council formally voted to offer him the position. "Verv rarelv are candidates U.S. summer tour Mrs. Dorothy Argow from the political science department, asks that all students interested in an August tour to the eastern United States, see her immediately. Costs for the 'TWA Getaway USA East" trip will be less than $500. This "famous sites ofthe east" tour includes visits to Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Valley Forge, Williamsburg, and Mt. Vernon. Also included are a Broadway play, dinner certificates for "fashionable restaurants," and "the choice ofthe best ofthe hotels," says Argow. named as city managers who lack a master's degree and several years of experience in city government," Professor Argow commented. Wagner is working for the second semester with the Riverside County Parks and Recreation Department in a student intern program. Other current interns from CBC met Monday night at Argow's home to review their projects: Mark McAlpine announced that he has been appointed Director of the Victims of Crime Program in the probation department of- San Bernardino County. McAlpine is a paid intern, and has the option of working in this new program through the summer-. Jerry Hobbs reported on his work as an intern in the Riverside County Personnel Department. He too has the opportunity . of staying beyond! his term of internship. Jerry Bennett discussed the survey of church resources that he is making on his job with the Department of Aging. Stanley Lloyd, intern in River- Continued on Page 3. Judy and "Jim Robertson) comes from Manteca, Calif. She was active in student government in junior high and high school. While at CBC, Carrie has held the positions of secretary/treasurer for the freshman class, JV and varsity cheerleader. Carrie plans a double major—Political Science and English. She is a vice-presidential candidate. Also running for vice-president is Pari Rickard. Pari comes to CBC after three semesters at Northern Arizona University. While at NAU, he was a computer lab technician, president of his dorm (540 residents), on the men's interhall council (2,400residents), and oh the campus judicial council. ' Pari has beeen active in forensics and drama at CBC and plans a Political Science/Religion major. Randy Bradshaw calls Antioch, Calif., his home. In high school his fields of study were music and math. Randy held the offices of choir president and vice-presi- Drama class performs history of theatre The ^advanced acting class of ■CBC will be presenting 'Theatre Through the Ages," a history of the theatre from Sophocles (a Greek playwright) to Neil Simon. The performance will be directed by Kay King, and will be presented May 12 and 13 at 8 p.m. in the Book of Life Building. The presentation will consist of narration, music, and acting. Ken Hornbeck will serve as narrator, and the cast includes: Donna Potter, Mark King, Ed Morgan, Angela Morgon, Sarah Olmos, Teri Wright, Randy Bradshaw, Daryl Davis, Wayleen Hendricks, Angie Wahl, Valerie Koieunen, Dave Auda, and Dave Ayala. The performers will do scenes from 12 great plays such as, "Antigone," "Death of a Salesman," 'The Glass Menagerie," "Cyrano de Bergerac," and "Barefoot in the Park." Kay King said, "It will be informative, but very interesting." ... dent, Bass representative, and Mu Alpha Theta vice-president. Here at CBC, drama and psychology interest Randy. He has been involved in Concert Choir and several drama productions. He is also running for vice-president. Jim Robertson is the sole candidate for activities director. His major is Political Science/Public Administration, with a minor in Behavioral Science and Religion. As a CBC student, Jim has been a member of the forensics team, secretary for Smith Hall Dorm Council, and both president and vice-president of the Young Democrats. Senior elections Elections for 1977-1978 senior class officers will be May 19 and 20. Applications for officers can be picked up Mon., May 2, in the A.S.B. office, and are due back in the office Fri., May 6. Requirements for running for office are: Candidate must be a 1978 graduate, with at least a 2.7 GPA. Offices are president, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary. Any Cal Baptist student graduating in 1978 is eligible to vote in this election. Voting will be on Thurs. and Fri., May 19 and 20. Elections are taking place earlier than usual this year. NormaUy senior class officers are nominated in the fall ofthe same year. It is the belief of A.S.B. that more preparation for the following year can be made with the procedure as it is now. PUBLICATIONS APPLICATIONS: BANNER, ANGELOS APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE ***Equal Opportunity Employer ***Scholarships ***Applications due May 4. For more information or for an application: Sec Carmen in the News Bureau Cinco de Mayo celebration The final plans are being made for the second annual CBC Cinco de Mayo celebration. Guest speaker this year will be Mrs. Florada Ortiz from the School of Education at UCR. She will bring some history on Cinco de Mayo and speak on the educational opportunities for the Mexican-American and American student in the bilingual field. Following the chapel, Mexican pastry will be on sale the duration of the day. Lunch will be picnic style in Harden Square. At 3:30 p.m. a cultural dance troupe will perform in Harden Square. Dinner will be specially prepared Mexican food as last year. The day's activities promise to be educational, as well as enjoyable.
|Title||The Banner - April 29, 1977|
|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.|
|Transcript||We 'BANNER^, April 29, 1977, Page 1 Five compete for ASB positions A total of five persons are competing for the three available ASB positions for the 1977-78 school year. Brief character sketches are given with the hope that the more informed the voter, the more •x intelligent his choice will be on '" election day. Judy White, a junior from Blythe, Calif., has a Behavioral Science major and a Public Administration minor. She has been a wing rep; on the dorm council (its business manager); the president's assistant; a varsity cheerleader; ASB secretary; a member of Alpha Chi; and Behavioral Science and Young Democrats Clubs. She currently receives Soroptimists Club and academic scholarships. Judy s running is runningfor ASBpres- ident. Carrie Messenger (running with ASB CANDIDATES (1 to r): Carrie Messanger (v.p.), Jim Robertson (act. dir.), Judy White (pres.), and Pari Rickard (v.p.). Not shown is Randy Bradshaw (v.p.). ASB campaign speeches can be heard in a special chapel Monday, May 2. "In the Beginning" opens Tko „-„,i,,„t;„„ „f <|