Document 27259

The Midnight Oil
WESTERN PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE'S STUDENT NEWSPAPER
JANUARY 26, 1978
Disco Dance to be held Friday
GIT'cher dancin' shoes
on, babe-e-e-e!!!!! Due to
the excellent turn-out and
response of the last dance
given by SGA, another one
is on the way! Those who
attended the last dance will
not find it hard to recall
Eastern Seaboard; their
excellence in music and
the budget of the Student
Government Association
will not allow for another
live band during the winter
quarter. Therefore, the
entertainment committee of
SGA has planned to have
Ric Reynolds from Radio
No. 1 in Hickory to host a
DJ
bash.
Reynolds won
are,
you
are
sure
to
be
will choose their own music test, simply fill out the blank son,
to dance to, and anything below, and turn into Mitch com.
pleased with the music.
Artists to be played include
Wonder, Kiss, Fleetwood
Mac, Commadores, Sum
mer, Kansas, Scaggs, K.C.,
Emotions, and the Bee
Gees, plus many, many
K°es'
the wee hours of the morn-
Lodge.
The date is Friday, Jan.
This year Reynolds will
A highlight of the upcom
ing dance will be a DANCE
matter who, (or what) you
third prize is $10. Couples
TYPE OF DANCE
NAME OF SONG
PROGRAM CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN
As most of you don't DJ the dance, playing the CONTEST'V First prize is
know. Eastern Seaboard top music of 1977. So, no $30, second prize is $20 and
was an expensive band, and
(Brii
more.
performance and the total wide acceptance by the stu- 27 at the Morganton Moose
satisfaction of the majority dent body last year when he Lodge. The time is 9 p.m. to
of people who danced until hosted a Disco at the Elks 1 a.m.
'"£•
Butts, Dearl Moody, Shelia
To sign up for the con- Stevens, or Stuart Robin-
RichardMorgan: A man for all seasons
By DEARL MOOD.Y
Editor
lished by Westinghouse
Press.
The books, Psychology:
All is quiet on the student An Individual Course, writservices front. Then the ten solely by Morgan, and
phone rings. "Long distance The Psychology of Death
overseas call, Dick," yells
and
Dying, written jointly
Nancy Moore. He walks to
the phone, picks it up, and
another high-level conversation begins.
The man is Dr. Richard
Morgan and he's talking to
his publisher, The New
York Times. Based in Hoiland, they have recently
signed with Morgan to publish his forthcoming
with his brother, are both
used extensively in psychology courses, he has also
had 20-25 articles published
in various periodicals.
Dr. Morgan, besides
being a noted author, is also
one of WPCC's student
counselors. His empathy for
student's problems enables
him to communicate on a
manuscript. His
level
two
pre-
viously published works,
both textbooks, were pub-
that
the
students
readily understand and
appreciate.
As a counselor, he sees a pean descendants, he was
need to help students not naturally expected to follow
only
find
themselves, but in
his father's
footsteps,
also to discover what they And. as his family saw it,
really want out of life. "Fifty
the fact that his grandfather
to sixty percent of the stu-
was the internationally
known evangelist G.
Campbell Morgan was even
more reason for him to enter
the religious field,
dents here don't know what
they want to do", he said,
He sees "a cross section of
humanity here", and com-
bined with the atmosphere
He received 2 masters
of individualism on campus, degrees and a doctorate
it's just what he's been look- from Union Theological
ing for.
Seminary in Richmond, and
Born and raised in the a
masters degree from
Kentucky Mountains, Wake Forest. He served as
Morgan grew up in a cli- minister to two churches,
mate
of
religious one in Richmond and one in
enthusiasm. His father was West Virginia. He decided
a minister, and being the that the ministery was not
first son in a family of Euro- for him, however, and he
moved on to a field that he
enjoyed more — education.
News Briefs
Debbie
Sowers
was
appointed and approved as
the Treasurer of Student
Government Association,
(SGA). Sowers fills the
vacancy left by Katie Cur
SofOrity
His topics covered the
Black minority.
Phi Theta Kappa will be
holding a
bake
sale
next
week to raise money for an
up-coming
trip
to
Banner
tis.
Elk.
elected to serve as senators
attend the regional conven
tion of Phi Theta Kappa.
on the SGA. Dearl Moody
and Dan Cook assumed
their positions last week.
Mr. Allan Fullwood
spoke to the American
Minorities Class last week.
This trip will
be to
Ruth Thomas, history
instructor at WPCC, will be
attending a convention on
human relations in Raleigh
during the first week in
February.
U/flCerS elected
Of
his
transition
from
religion to education, he
states
laughingly
that
he
"wasn't defrocked," but
"unsuited."
New officers were
elected to the Alpha Gamma
Mu Chapter of Phi Theta
Kappa last week. Those
elected to fill vacancies are:
Mitch Butts, vice-president;
Dudley Greene, treasurer
and Joyce Dayberry, parliamentarian. The president of
the chapter is Sally
Impastato, who has served
since the founding and char-
Morgan taught for 9
years at Mitchell College, 6
years at Peace College and
3 years at Presbyterian College. He doesn't especially
like the lecture method of
teaching, and he sees a
definite need to involve students, both academically
and extra-curricularly.
As a counselor for the
newly created student
tering last September.
Advising Center, he hopes
to help alleviate some of the
the
uncertanties that
Presbyterian
majority
of
plague a
WPCC's
stu
dents.
life
of
The
First
Church
of
Morganton. A divorcee, he
plans to be married again in
the spring. He has 2 sons by
Dr. Morgan is as active
socially
as
he
is
his previous marriage, Rick.
profes
22, an electrical engineer in
sionally. He is a
founding
Winston-Salem, and Randy.
father of Parents
Without
Partners, and is active in
18, who is studying Forestery genetics at N.C.
JANUARY 26, 1978
Midnight Oil Music Awards—1978
BY MITCH BUTTS
WPCC READERS POLL TOP 30 SONGS
Number in () is the national rank
This was a first. The first music poll taken at WPCC. The
response was not what we expected, but was quite sufficient.
The final tally revealed an expected for Fleetwood Mac. Mac,
had 3 songs in the top 30 and placed in 4 others. Dolly Parton
was easily the catagories favorite in all C & W picks, however, no
C & W songs made the top 30. Not even the best femal vocalist
had a song in the final tally. Streisand proved she is really the top,
by putting 2 songs in the top 30, making a good showing in the
female vocalist category and finally, being named as first member
of the WPCC "Hall of Fame" for popular rock music.
Thanks to all who participated in this poll.
1. FLEETWOOD MAC
2. Bee Gees
3. Kansas
C& W
1. DOLLY PARTON
2 Waylon Jennings
3. Ronnie Milsap
SOUL
1. COMMODORES
2 Donna Summer
3. Earth, Wind & Fire
BEST SONGWRITER
1. PAUL WILLIAMS
2. BernieTaupin
WORST SONG OF 77
1. DA DO RON RON
2. Float On
2. Inspirations
3. Elvis Pressley
GROUP OF THE YEAR
1
FLEETWOOD MAC
2. Eagles
3. Kansas
4. Bee Gees
5. Chicago
5. Barry Manilow
FEMALE VOCALIST
1. LINDA RONSTADT
2. Barbara Streisand
3. RitaCoolidge
4. Donna Summer
5. Carly Simon
(40)
4. Dancing Queen
Abba
(17)
5. Tonight's the Night
R Stewart
(64)
6. Jet Airliner
S. Miller
(56)
7. Brick House
Commodores
(73)
8. Hotel California
Eagles
(15)
9. Best of My Love
Emotions
(11)
Bee Gees
(53)
11. Don't Stop
Fleetwood Mac
(35)
12. Night Moves
Bob Seger
(36)
13. Boogie Nights
Heatwave
(18)
14. Whatcha Gonna Do
Pab. Cruise
(58)
15. Easy
Commodores
(47)
16. Strawberry Letter 23
Brs. Johnson
(68)
17.1 Feel Love
D. Summer
(44)
18. Handy Man
J. Taylor
(46)
19. Dreams
Fleetwood Mac
20. So Into You
21. When I Need You
A.R.S.
L Sayer
(4)
22. Rich Girl
Hall, Oates
(6)
(9)
(37)
C. Simon
(13)
Gibb
1. RUMOURS (Fleetwood Mac)
25. I'm In You
Frampton
(D
(19)
Firefall
(89)
2. Songs...Key of Life (Stevie Wonder)
26. Just Remember I Love You
3. I'm In You (Peter Frampton)
27. Feels Like First Time
4. Hotel California (Eagles)
28. Evergreen
Streisand
(3)
5. Silk Degrees (Boz Scaggs)
29. My Heart Belongs to me
Streisand
(75)
30. Lido Shuffle
B. Scaggs
(61)
(51)
MOST ADMIRED IN HISTORY OF MUSIC
1. ELVIS
2. Beatles
3. Beethoven
Ecology course offered
MOST LIKE TO SEE IN CONCERT
1.EAGLES
By RUBY HARBISON
5-day field trip will be made
2. Fleetwood Mac
WPCC Biology
the week
4. Kansas
HALL OF FAME
POPULAR/ROCK
of February
27
during the break between
3. Bette Midler
1. ROD STEWART
4. Stevie Wonder
Al Stewart
24.1 Just Wanna Be Everything
5. Electric Light Orchestra
3. Boz Scaggs
(54)
3. Year of the Cat
23. Nobody Does It Better
MALE VOCALIST
2. James Taylor
(84)
Kansas
BEST ALBUM OF 77
RELIGIOUS
1. HAPPY GOODMANS
Fleetwood Mac
10. How Deep Is Your Love
Best Artist In Their Field
POPULAR
1. You Make the Lovin' Fun
2. Carry On, Wayward Son
quarters. Exact dates will
Western Piedmont Com
be decided later. Three full
munity College will offer a
days will be spent canoeing
special mini-course in Febr-
down
ury on the ecology of the
camping
Santee
along the way.
River
in
South
Carolina. The mini-course
the
Santee
and
River,
observing
College
schedules
photo course
Bv MITCH BUTTS
Ever wondered how the
Enrollment
will
be
man
behind
the
candid
will consist of two 3-hour
limited to 14 students. If you
camera got behind it? All of
your worries are over! This
evening meetings at the col
will
BARBARA STREISAND
lege
spring quarter, no additional
spring.
registration
will offer a course in basic
SOUL /DISCO
River. The two hours credit
quarter
this course carries may be
students' share of the costs
quickie-course that will util
used as biology or physical
of food and lodging will be
ize your polaroid swinger,
education
approximately $26.
STEVIE WONDER
COUNTRY/BLUEGRASS
DOLLY PARTON
BEST IN CONCERT
1.KANSAS
followed
field
trip
to
by
a
the
credits
5-day
Santee
through
be a
full-time student
is
fee
for
required.
this
Each
Western
photography.
Piedmont
This
isn't
a
instamatic or XL-70. Sorry,
the direction of Bob Benner
but they are not of the
quality that are needed to
mini-course are to become
and
enroll in this course.
acquainted
Benner is an instructor in
The course will be under
petition.
The
purposes
with
of
the
this
wide
Ruby
Harbison.
The course will be called
Photography,"
and
physical
2. Chicago
life supported by the unique
Western
Piedmont and an
will deal with the use and
3. Bay City Rollers
environment found along a
expert canoeist and camper.
development of photographs
4. JethroTull
black
Mrs. Harbison is a biology
5. Elton John
PREFERRED TYPE
OF MUSIC:
1. TOP 40
2. Disco
3. Hard Rock
river;
to
Letters to the
experience the beauty and
Editor
serenity of the wilderness
with
atmosphere; and to develop
ecology and botany.
are welcome
instructor
The evening classes will
speical
To
skills in outdoor living.
at
be
enrollment
be held at WPCC on Febru
you
ary 14 and 21 in Room E-
Harbison
must
114 from 7 until 10 p.m. The
10.
the
college
interest
considered
in
the
see
before
at
"Basic
variety of plant and animal
water
education
Mr.
in
for
course,
Benner
or
February
made with the 35mm, SLR.
twin-lens Reflex
and
cameras.
Film
exposures,
and
types,
develop
ment of the film will all be
covered in this course.
Jerry Miller, noted for his
expertise
in
photography,
will instruct the class.
JANUARY 26, 1978
EDITOR
Midnight Oil's "NAME THAT TUNE" Contest
DEARL MOODY
REPORTERS
MITCH BUTTS
CASH PRIZE - Open to Faculty, Administration and Students
BENNY HUNNEYCUTT
BUSINESS MANAGER
ADVISOR
CATHI EDWARDS
. . DENNIS BROCKLAND
Read these lines from well-known songs ...identify the songs by title. ..return to Dearl Moody,
editor of Midnight Oil, as soon as you identify all of the songs.
1. "You're no tramp, but you're no lady."
Editorials
2. "Stay with me til we grow old, and we will live each day in sunshine"
Whoever said work is a
four-letter word must have
3. "Give him two arms to cling to, and something warm to come to
attended Western Pied
mont. We have tried in vain
to find that individual, to see
if he was the first to origi
nate the phrase. We
presume
that
the
current
freshman and sophomore
classes are his disciples. We
further presume that
WPCCs answer to Snuffy
Smith is now either on
welfare or somewhere in
Washington.
We had a newspaper
meeting the other day.
Three or four people came,
including the editor. Now
this doesn't sound so bad,
does it? Well, considering
the fact that about 20 people
showed up for the very first
meeting at the beginning of
the school year, no this
doesn't sound bad at all.
I want to tell you that to
be so upset about how bad
their photo turns out in the
annual, some people really
come
running
when
they
hear a camera click, it's like
a Jekyll and Hyde thing.
One minute modest, and the
next, ego explosions.
Take
for instance, the
morning
that
club
and
organizational pictures
were
taken
for
the
If only they would come to
us and tell us their problem.
Are they terminal? Cri
minally insane?
So, you see, the problem
isn't getting people to enlist
in activites, but to get them
involved once they're in.
How to do that, we keep
asking ourselves. This is
just an idea, but we're con
sidering going to the ceme
tery
and asking
help. We would
get
more
for
You gave away the things you loved, and one of them was me.
6. "I though the sun rose in your eyes, and the moon and the stars were the gifts you gave.
their
probably
response
4. "If you discover you miss the arms that used to hold you, or the lips that used to touch yours so
tenderly"
from
7. "There she is...Walking on air, she is."
them anyway. If any of you
want to meet us there, we'll
give you directions. It's
called Forest Lounge, and
it's located just beyond Stu
dent Services. You'll be
able to tell it by the corpses
lying around the crypt.
You know, we'll never
figure out why they put a
"Or steal my daddy's cue and make a living playing pool,"
"...down in New Orleans, struttin' her stuff on the street...she said, 'Hey Joe, wanna give it a go?"
10. "Kiss today goodbye, and point me toward tomorrow, We did what we had to do.. "
grand piano in there.
THE PAPER WELCOMES
DIFFERING
11.
When you meet a boy, that you like a lot, and you fall in love,"
OPINIONS
FROM ALL SEGMENTS OF
1 2. "Hey kids, shake it loose together, the spotlights' hitting something thats been known to change
THE
the weather"
COLLEGE
COM
MUNITY. ADDRESS LET
TERS
TO
THE
EDITOR
AND DROP THEM IN THE
MAILBOX
IN
FORMATION
THE
ROOM
1 3. "Leaving me to doubt all about God in his mercy, if he really does exist..."
IN
A
CONTEST NOT OPEN TO NEWSPAPER STAFF MEMBERS
year
book. Some of those people
first newspaper meeting
back in September. And,
you know, we haven't seen
them since. Funny, isn't it?
We don't know when
we'e laughed harder. The
Midnight Oil is barely hold
Student losses questioned
SGA
During the last registration period, Western Piedmmont lost approximately 200
ing its own. We'e learned students. Recently, I
that several of SGA's mem
attended a Student governbers are fading fast. too.
ment Association ConvenWe don't know about tion and one of the topics
other clubs and organiza
discussed was student
tions, but if they suffer from retention. The fewer stumissing member-itis, too, dents we have, the less
they have our complete money SGA has to invest in
sympathy. In the previous school activities and this
issue, we chastised the affects all of us. There are
faculty and staff for not par
believed to be many reasons
ticipating. Now, we wonder attributed to the loss of stuwho's worse.
dents, but what are they and
Having taken intc what can we do?
means by which to get
there, you might consider
car-pooling with that person
for a certain percentage of
the gas costs. There are
other than monetary advantages, the social aspect can
be of benefit too. Two other
problems discussed at the
meeting were work conflicts and the cost of attending a community college,
However, I feel that one
of the greater problems is
not transportation, work
conflicts or even cost, but
account the fact that many
was given two classes corn- being left to the discretion of
pletely unrelated to my par- the teacher. It is my conten Material printed in The
ticular course of study and tion that if a student realizes Midnight Oil is the sole
therefore received very lit- that he is having trouble in a responsiblity of the editor.
tie from the subjects. What subject, that after careful
we. very possibly need is a consideration, he should
reason for their absence in
Transportation was
noted as being one of the
problems for "early
leavers". If you know someone who lives a fair distance
extra-curricular
from the school and has no
students work at an outside
job and carry a full load of
studies,
we
still
see
no
activities.
counciling.
Last quarter, I
group
of
faculty
advisors
who are intersted in the stu
dent as an individual and
not just someone that needs
have the right to defer the
course; thereby avoiding
further conflict
with
the
trip
planned
Guess
instructor.
What's
coming
to be scheduled. Many stu
dents, and especially fresh
other problems and the ones
tion. If there's anything you
man,
I have touched on may not
would like to find out about
are
relatively
inex
Certainly there are many
up? Another SGA Conven
perienced and need all the
affect some students at all,
while
constructive help that they
but there is a reason why
know! There are 11 of us
can get.
Western
lost
going, so you shouldn't have
last
too much trouble finding us.
Piedmont
Another problem I
experienced last quarter
quarter.
was
drop-out next quarter and
a
conflict
with
an
instructor. I wanted to drop
the course and take it later
but it was too late in the
course to do this as well as
around
200
students
How
many
will
next year, for that matter?
Bob Herwitz
Here's
we're
the
there,
list:
let
us
Cameron
Abee, Chip Beck. Danny
Cook. Conie Cooper, Bob
Herwitz, Bev McClure.
Dearl Moody, Paula Powell.
Debbie Sowers, Sheila
Stevens (SGA President)
and Jimmy Walker. Well be
gone four days. F-Vb. 1-4 and
will be meeting with many
of the other SGA Senators
from N.C.
JANUARY 26. 1978
Pioneers face strong opposition
Billboard's Top Ten
1. Baby Come Back
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
By MICK DORGAN
Player
How Deep Is Your Love
Here You Come Again .
You're In My Heart
Short People
Slip-Slidin' Away
Bee Gees
... Dolly Parton
... Rod Stewart
. Randy Newman
Paul Simon
7. Hey Deanie
. Shaun Cassidy
8. We Are The Champions.
9. Come Sail Away
10. Stayin'Alive
Queen
Styxx
Bee Gees
time win over Southern from the floor, and
Devices, the Pioneers Wakefield tallied 18. Danny
The WPCC Pioneer whacked the Jaycees 6 3-39 Cook played a strong game
basketball team confronts as
Waters
its major tests of the season Wakefield
scored
24, on
the
boards,
as
the
16 and point Pioneers showed their best
as they face the other three guard Terrell Bunn, 12. The floor play of the season,
powerful teams of the Pioneers then eked out a 6
Chip Waters leads the
Morganton Industrial 3-61 win over Highlander as team with a 20.5 average,
League in their next three Waters again led the scoring while Wakefield is scoring
contests. The Pioneers, with 22 points. After a for- at a 15.7 clip. Coach Young
coached by Bill Young, and feit victory over Great is using seven players, with
led by the scoring duo of Lakes Carbon, WPCC defe- Mike Dale and Rome Riddle
Chip Waters and Joe ated City of Morganton 59- providing excellent bench
Wakefield are 5-0 in the 50 in a rough game.
strength. Students are
league and tied for first with
Tn their victory over City urged to attend the next
Broughton and Romarco. of Morganton, the Pioneers three games, as WPCC
Record Reviews
Diana Ross: "Baby It's Me"
(Motown)
With "Baby It's Me",
Diana Ross has gotten away
from the same old Motown
factory into the guidance of
one Richard Perry. Yet,
Perry — who knew exactly
how
to
channel
WPCC plays Broughton at seemed to have a safe 30-20 stands an excellent chance
Ross'
the years.
But
more than
that^Bab, It's Me" should
talents
has taken Diana
back to the -,d-s,x,,es
Motown sound and has thus
go a long way toward captunng the respect of blacks
aPlbOumUCso far
cer.a.nly
All the songs are well
chosen, well arranged, and
earned that respect.
By Dean Billings
8:45 on Thursday. January lead at halftime, but city of winning the crown.
26th. and then on consecu- narrowed the gap to five
live Thursday nights meets
Wamsutta (4-1) and the
undefeated Romarco club
led by Cosmos Powell.
After opening the season
with a narrow 63 -61 over-
points 63-58 with 3:30 to
Thursday, Jan. 26 —
play, but some clutch foul Broughton 8:45
shooting by Rome Riddle
Thursday. Feb. 2 —
and Terrell Bunn iced the Wamsutta 8:45
victory. Waters had 19
Thursday. Feb. 9 —
points, including 8 for 10 Romarco 7:30
well produced. They have a
lot more feeling than many
of Ross' post Supremes
new course
Many Piedmont students
are still unsure about what
their career goals are. and
undecided about their col
lege major. A new course.
Education 101 : Career
Planning will be offered
next
quarter
help
designed
students
to
explore
career choices and decide
on
life work. The
will
be
taught
course
by
Dr.
Richard Morgan. Career
Counselor and will be
taught on a pass-fail basis.
"Theme From Mahogony",
the ballads and the uptempo numbers are all quite
tasty. Nearly every song
could be a hit single, yet
Motown has settled on the
opening cut. "Getting Ready
For Love", which has a jazz
feel to it. Still, I hope the
Remember that song,
"When You're Dancing
Cheek To Cheek?" Now,
you can find out what its all
about,
Mitch Butts, a Western
Piedmont sophomore, will
be instructing a class inn
company
ballroom
chooses
"All
dancing
at
Night Lover" as single num- Valdese Recreation Center,
ber two, partly because of The classes will start on
the classic Supremes sound Friday, Feb. 3, at 7 p.m.
the cut has and partly
Butts is well qualified in
one bronze medal and oi
gold
of the instructor, and should
The music ranges from
pop-soul to disco (Your love
is so good for me) From
sec Dr Morgan in G-117.
start to finish the record is
course need the permission
The
course
Career
will
Planning
stress
self-
exploration,
group
activities, analysis of
interests and skills, values
rlarifiration,
tion
of
and
viable
dents undecided about liftwork,
or
full of fine music that should
her
considering
change of careers would
find the course helpful in
clarifying career goals, and
selecting occupations where
they will be able to maxim
ize their interests and skills.
Two sections are planned:
Tuesday-Thursday from
9:30-11. and Wednesday
night from 7-10 p.m.
The SGA will sponsor a
on
campus
Wednesday, Feb. 8.
While in
the
in
Air
medal
at
National
togetrrher."
He
Force. Butts was a member
of the travelling entertain
ment
troupe,
"Tops
In
Blue." as a dancer and com
edian,
he
has
also taught
privately.
Butts'
ballroom
comments on
as being the
The dances
Butts
will
instruct are the waltz, the
Vienesse waltz, the swing,
the rumba, the tango, the
cha-cha, the samba, the fox
trot, the Charleston, as well
as some special sessions on
the modern dances, (hustle,
"Ballroom dancing has madison) and novelty
generally been associated dances, (jitter-but).
with the 'over-40' crowd,"
he stated, "but now the
Sign up for the classes
upcoming
trend
in
and
regain
the
dance.
by
notifying
Butts, or by
ning to like the idea of two
calling Martha Yoder at the
people moving gracefully
Jailhouse Gallery.
education at Western Pied
Photography Club
on drawing board
Mike McKinney. photo
grapher for the 1078 Annual
is interested in forming a
photography
club
at
Western Piedmont. With the
new
dark
room
about
operative in the new College
center, students would have
an excellent opportunity to
Community
chairperson of the two-year
hosted
institution
canoe
the
Piedmont
College
regional
races
has
annual
in
Burke
County. He is also responsi
ble for the layout and con
tion and Recreation.
struction
Benner
active
has
member
professional
since
of
to
leader
in
the
and
He
is
a
The annual is sent to the
Hunter
Publishing
Com
student pictures, ads, color
pictures,
and
some
b&w
candids.
We've
got
a
couple
of
of the
Fit
Trek
physical training instructor
pictures! We are trying our
with
the
best to give you an annual
recreation
that you can be proud of.
One note: depending on the
U.S.
the
YMCA
Army,
and
director in community cen
ters
and
schools,
sales
work, and club director.
He
and
his wife
have two children.
Betty
number of *»•■«•■» «»«■ •#♦-««J
Western neamoni ana me
amount of student activity
fees you pay. you may have
teaching.
of
area
southeast.
Sheila Stevens asked them
selves.
to contribute an additional
of
physical
phy, and dark room techni
more. Debbie Sowers and
fee for your annual because
North
throughout
Bob Herwitz,
Mike McKinney. Tim Skid-
In addition to his regular
Benner is recognized as
recreation
tion that the new board of
five editors,
that
Carolina seven years ago.
a
begin? That was the ques
Trail on the WPCC campus.
association
coming
is
an
been
education
McKinney or Dick Morgan.
Benner's
Western
of Health. Physical Educa
the art of photogra
ques. If intersted, see Mike
Through
Morganton has been elected
of
the annual
coming to WPCC included
canoeing.
efforts.
section
how
coming. Well, where do we
His experience prior to
mont Community College in
North Carolina Association
I bet everyone is won
dering
of the sections have already
been turned in, including:
r%£?Fin£)Y' £>
become disinterested over tor
tor in
'" health
h('alth and
and physical
physical
progress
pany in three sections. Two
Benner elected
chairman
C/
Bob
Bob Benner.
Benner. an
an instruc
instruc-
Yearbook
concluded
that "it's catching on fast."
j%
interest of those who have
learn
bloodmobile
fans
in
today's world of work. Stu
Competitions
Florida.
strengthen Diana's hold on •"v'»Mtvl
explora
careers
Dance
because of the song's sexual the area of dance. He was a
come-on lyrics (renew me- ballroom dance instructor in
do trie-send that loving feel- Raleigh for 2 years, winning younger couples are begin
ing right through me.)
Students interested in this
WPCC
Dancing class planned for Feb.
College offers
the
recog
Benner
is also
actively involved in student
the
shortage
of
SGA
funds this year. However, if
intramural sports activities
you are a full-time student
on campus.
and pay the full six dollar
Benner has his bachelors
degree in
physical
educa
will
receive
tion from the University of
without
any
your
annual
charge.
We
Georgia and his masters in
hope
nized expert and author in
recreation from the Univer
annual as much as we are.
the
sity of Illinois.
area
of
canoeing,
free something
that
you
enjoy
the
Bob Herwitz
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