VOL. XII No. 7
CALIFORNIA BAPfTST COLLEGE
Published by the Associated Student Body
March 17, 1967
CBC Coronation Honors Royalty
His Majesty the King
ASB Prexy Reigns
As Coronation King
Since Randy Thompson came to
California Baptist College three
years ago, he has shown determined
leadership among the students, and
maintained a firm Christian witness.
In his junior year he served as the
Baptist Student Union president.
This year he has proved to be a capable, active ASB president. Randy
feels that his responsibilities have
helped him form a workable philosophy of education. "Any academic
knowledge is significant," he says,
"only as it relates to the knowledge
of God expressly given in Jesus
Two influences which Randy
feels have been of particular help
to him in meeting responsibilities
are, first, the guidance of his two
major professors, Dr. Ortegon and
Dr. Jennings; and second, the realization of the demands of his positions.
Randy stresses the importance
of believing sincerely in something.
He feels that a troublesome responsibility can become an opportunity
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Class Favorites Express
Opinions on Vital Issues
Feeling that CBC's Class Favorites possessed insights into campus life that no other group of students had, we of the Banner determined to present a selection of
penetrating questions for their opinions.
The first probe centered on CBC
athletic life. "Do you think CBC
should challenge the Harvard Varsity Tiddlywink team to a match?"
All the students favored such a contest.
Orlando Reyes, Senior favorite
stated, "Yes, we should have the
meet. We have the best tiddlywink
team in town, maybe in the nation."
For captain of such a team he suggested "Sandy Colvin, she's the
best tiddly winker on campus."
Senior Vaneta Littlejohn also
felt we could make a good showing
and recommended President Simmons
Wayne Martindale of the Junior
class commented, "I think that CBC
can compete successfully with any
college or university in any area of
endeavor—especially tiddly winks."
"We definitely should. It would
mean so much to our growth as a
school, don't you think, if we could
beat Harvard?" was the opinion of
Junior favorite Donalyn Pearson.
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Happy St. Patrick' s Day
Her Majesty the Queen
AS CBC QUEEN
Looking back at her four years
at CBC, Sandy Smith said "CBC
has given me the opportunity to develop spiritually as well as academically. It is a place where you
are accepted for what you are."
If CBC has given Sandy acceptance
and opportunity, it has certainly
been repaid. Sandy has been active
in her classes since her freshman
year. In her Junior year, she was
elected social chairman of her class.
This year Sandy has proved to
be an especially capable and dynamic leader in her position as the ASB
secretary. Also, she was chosen to
represent the senior class in the
Homecoming Court, and is a recipient of the "Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities" award.
Sandy will receive her BA in
English this May. She plans to return to CBC next year to work toward her teaching credential. One
of her life-long dreams will be realized this summer when, as a graduation present, she will be one of
the students from CBC touring Europe, continued on page 2