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Schneider Plans Student -Admin. Communication Effort 



INTER-COM will 
help SMC offieiars 
feel out student 
opinion from 
grossroot's level. 



Idi^AS G- C.'s DeBooy Is Featured " 

e been sched- a ^ KAl# «Av i ■ ■■ ^"f* representing the local 

At MV Weekend Here 



ind helping 

inferences c ,„. ^ .._,. g „„ 
Southern Union: D. L. Aalborg, 
Georgia-Cumberland; S, E. 
Gooden, South Ceniral; P. A. 
Kostcnko, Carolina; N. 0. Mid- 
dag, Florida; R. P. Peay, South 
Atlantic; and D. M. Winger. 
Ken lucky-Tennessee. Also pres- 




EDITORIAL 






SPECULUM 



3 



needs o( Mr. Avorogo AcUve 
3 admillcdly not an oloqucnt 



lably stem from this 









joiise to the SA [ 



Re-enforcement 



thinldag academic conrniunity. And. J 



'Reader's Digest' .iLg ion- 
Reprints From iSleJeweti" 
'Outdoor World' := "» "■■ 



an article from OUTDOOR 



^I'Zl": 


>^^Z 


WORLD, new national nalurc 


ri'i^nlw/she^'hc;^' 


^!^l,^'S,i. 






Preslon Publications, Inc., of 


please originate an eliecli 


ve plan? Speaking 












^r^ 'Chug> 


nd BbxIc), 


Title of the article being re- 




d''^"e°'thT,S' 






Extraordinary Changeling." It 


bieaklhrough lor Ihe mon 


h. Good luck, Doug 






,., .,,..drc 


.n,lv «!... 


nature writer, Jean George. 
The article, illustrated in full 


Chairman. Filing lor Ihis 


uiing from Sepl, 23 


' '-C^l^lt 


V^^ti 


romi in the September-October 


" '""ThlL'raOToii' w 




:.';:;';^^. 


r.«ir''Tvf. 


OUTDOOR WORLD. 


b,on«lb,*.Vic.-pr.. 


denl.MorkWeigUy 






OUTDOOR WORLD are Sev- 


Con.,i.n,ion. 






,h.,. ,h.i 


enth-day Adventists. Publication 


minislraUon on its 



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dS' 



itGettii 



WCi 



er^ : 



^WRH Turnovers 

tr>-ir 



/cd 10 be tight quar 
IV of the men. U oi 
why all the me 



sed elbow 






rlhei 



in almost futile at- 

yen they are extremely comfor- '<''»P' 1° 8<=t ^'^"' 

table. Admittedly he recognizes We men have appreciated the 

1 psychological problems the improvement of Talgc of old sincere cfiort to give the former 

■ - - ■ - - -o Jones Hall of new but all that women's dorm a more masculme 

■egisters consciously is that the environment, however one sU 

Ihe good dorm to the palace. former coaling of flowery "all- 

:reale"d Li tC tl^dorm l,a. no" on^omTof ihe'doors. Evenm^Uy 
male populace. Thi 



1 Mis- 
sionary College. He must adjust 
to using the name Men's Resi- 
dence Hall upon a building here- 
tofore referred to bysuchjn- 

BaslJlle, The Ri 

etc. A building one 

degree of contempt n 

shelter (or its fon 

Tlie SMC male has 

a feeling of inferionty that ili 



= nock,l 



the 






forgotten by """' I 
night light! 



i>-pole of years past betwc 

ice to the cubbyhole rtwms, ^ 

kcs a shoiver in now. etc-, but for tlie present " 

; in occupies a larger total area than us even miss — the so 

Not a female and what was more decrepit, ha If- plastered wan. 



Sarawak, Bolivia Were Scenes 
For SMC Student Missionaries 



ihitipn seeking spot 
,s on Ihe five "A" league prec 
Captains Bill Wokoll. this 




Lomino & Martin's 

SPORTLIGHT 

. '63 Hagball season al SMC choices were released, 






still holding. In pracuct „ 

Pleasants downed Johnson 13-6| 
Asheviile, North Carolina. Gar- while Robinson and 
rcn graduated from Ailanlic shnreda 13-13 lie. Theoi 
Union College willi a bachelor learns are scheduled, b 
of science, and proceeded to re- not played to date. 



bring mediciil, spiritual, and ed- 


■all, reports llial he was rallier 


ics to give medical aid and pro- 


ccive his master of fine arls from 


Since the '67 season, ih 






seni health lectures. Then she 


Rochester Institute of Technol- 


faculty has entered their team in 




*vilh whom he worked since he 


spent wo weeks working in the 




ihe "A" league compeiiUon 






Chulomoni Hospital, a small. 




Like most "new" teams, they ar 




bnynks. Yel, il appears ihnt this 


30-bcd, S.D.A. -leased, govern- 


Academv and bringing hnU ihe 


not expected lo rank high in th 






menl-owned hospital which is 


senior class wilh him is Donald 


Happy Valley Top Six. How 






operated by a U.S. doclnr. It 










was here, she reporls, thnt she 




may be boosted by the additio 


~^ ' ly^BH^^^^B 


everv place h-^ visited. 




music and also lead in the choir- 


of several "rookies" drafted b 


f 1 rmff 


'"re.'Sn .'lo rlrrnin ' OnceT 


Ncxi, Carolyn attended a 


He graduated wilh a bachelor of 
arts from Union College, and a 


the SMC administration. 


^/D*^^SQ^B^^M 


was asked to give ihe eulogj- at 


the kitchen preparing gluten. 


lego, and has a master of arls 


B cimn"'''* D. fil^s^rd^ley 




ihe funeral of a villager whom 




from Ihe University of Indiana. 




^^^^^^K3^^^^^H 


he had never met. Also, he 


pons, was with a crippled chil- 


Just completing his Ph.D. in 


fi "c"^ b ''" ^"^'°^' 


Nurso Carolyn leaches artificia 


laughl Bible and English and 


dren's clinic which was rccenlly 


ex])erimentnl low-energy nu- 




-esp^ratlon !o some retio.aU. 


assisted in various phases of 


an elderly American philanthro- 


clear physics,, Henry Kuhlman 

SMC this year. He graduated 
from Andrews University. 
A new asiociale professor of 


a vJm"" K Gri«b«k 


Purdue's Men 


As might be expected, Caro- 


E.&,..,ko R.Du^X. 


To Sing Sunday 


nurs'inrfield!'she^m!ihncd her 


private duly nursing home. 


G. mX"''' 


"A singing world will be a 




Harry and Carolyn are now 


"arTmel'i" of^ nur^ng^Ts'^Mlss 


J. Pl™«nls D Slipllon 






happy world." «ys Dr. Alber 
P. Slew-art, director o[ th 


"How can you possibly know 


their studies al SMC. They 


Alice Loughridgc, who holds a 


? wXr" n. Cullvcll 


world-famous Varsity Glee Club 
of Purdue University who wil 


ri ;™' nS tc"numfeir 


plan to lei iheir lights shine 
here in ihe homeland as well 
by encouraging iheir fellow stu- 
dents to volunteer for ihe MV- 


uiale Heart College, and a mas- 


G Gnie M Wi-iRley 


M onorj Co cge Sunday, Sep 


w ■feutij [■ i"!"'™^^ °j, Jiy j"^; 


versiiy. 




embe "9 a 8 p m n he Phys 




s|)onsored studeni missionarj- 






ill Education Cen e College 
dal 


"™ rUl''y.mpfei, ^pr^grm^ 


orXrtSd'enUnexMumnS 


University of Kansas where she 
received her master of science. 


RDbinMn 


T m r eCiub 


ro go ihrough with il whether 


Already, each is scheduled for 


Mrs. Juanita Giles will be an 


N Z^"*" H \^l1"ar.\ 


me the 
dsununc 




ern Union during the monlhs 


Shrhas tak'en'^dva^nce'd'worl^ 


ISif ISf" 




audic'nc" a'nd shape vour num- 


ahead. Watch the Southehn 


Mrs. Sharon Redmond, a 


"" Fotuify 


The nc n a D Slewar 


bers accordingly." 

Tlie Glee Club is composed 


Accent for furl kt 


graduate of Columbia Union 
College School of Nursing, is an 


!?;■£'■ g'Sv" 



riMTwho''?ng'as''a side- Ploquesplaquesplaques 

Iheir studies at Purdue, Plaquesploquesploques 

sil'y'has neither a School of Mu- Name plaoues thank you 

sic nor a music curriculum car- plaques, credit-where-cred- 

rying academic credit. It-is-due plaque 




1P^4S»^ 






"^^oatiPeS^ccent 



TALGE LIVES ON AS NEW B UILDINGS NAMED 

''Steps to Christ" Is Theme at 
I Southern Union Bible Conference 



The Southern Missionary Col- style mansion ser\-ed as both 
Inal decision September 26 con- married couples quarters- dining 



ed o a T a I e Ho 



dunng the ea ly daj 



e ongotthe 968 Sou hn H |^»J(i?i (% «, g^ , f, 

a Bb. Confeene d '''.^■fVJ w O ^^I^W Q 
•5a e Man C k ^^^ V f 




Shir b ne d A on 


o"n r ^on r " tl " rJ' '^' \ '" 1 eT^ e & fe^en^e 


n Ed S ne T ea 


P " r'' od'' Bhe 




.T I 




coMmumi oAi mm com 




By Boui-ni DuPliv 








\ became realily, ironically enough, by adm nis m 


MC delegates in prayer band al 


COM takes Ihe place ol Ihe Sludcnl-Facu ol win 


rrimble, Bill Wiisl. Pauleiit 


; (or broader reprosenlalLoc. oi ihe students an ff 










At the 5rst meeting of the 


. students and S faculty wo.o preBeni. All an as rs 


;ontcrence each delegate wa< 




jiven a copy of Step^ to Chrisi 


' being a last minule worship announcemen an 


ind requested to read iht 


. ACCENT Blory: and in pari lo obvious slud an hm alf 


|liaptcri pcrtQining to the meel- 


apalhy. 


ings and discussion groups tc 




follnw. The discussion groups, a 


1 tuting Iho quarter system, lo the problem of cafeteria line-break- 


vii^l pan of the Bible Con- 




ferpncc, met in eight section! 


1 college occupied a segment o( Iho lime, with the admuiislrcrtorg 




1 explaining lo the students that Ihe action of Ihe board was to 


Thursday and three on Friday, 








Confession, (2) Consecration. 


chapel record taking procedures. Ihe lacully agreed lo study 


13) Fniih and Acceptance, (4) 


aludent suggestions lor improvement. Bui one key weakness ol 


The Test of Discinleship, (5) 


Ihe first INTEH-COM session was that on major mailers of policy. 


Gromng U|, inio Christ (6) 


including Friday night record taking and student represenlation 


Tlie\\Wl;and,heL.te, (>)A 




5""-W,ootGod,aMd(8)Thc 


■ Of monolog, ralher than a dialog of Ihe merits and dements ol 


^""ly^-s of Tr..e and False 




■'ciprice were presented and 




^■^;1' d<;leeale wTs Tnvhed "c 


\ devoted to trivia, but ihosn are the little things Ihat become so 




: important lo the aludent in his day-by-day program. And Ihere 


'"Vet under discussion and to 




°>* qucsiions. 


with the potential ol INTER-COM. 



GRE Time 
Is Almost 
Upon Us 

f adm on c- adua h o 



o e from the G adua e Re 
E. ammauon Thi es is 
fe ed on obe 6 and De t 



L the deadlines of 



his choice and with- 
g to pay the three 
for late r^eislratioti- 
« the GRE on its cani- 
islered by Dr J, M. 




COMIVIENT I 



SPECULUM 



i'i;£t':-rst?:^'j«.: 


in the planning o 


,J'',°°.'v°d'"°ra"Ljo'rac'iS't 


boul the Conietonc 


.IS' olT, '"sS^nL" ta'd°I 


eady beon made b 


date. Speakers were broughl Ic 


ood and Columb 


"o.L,».v.r.i,hl,bu,a„ 


njusL to the Yout 






our (ecling. We only 



PERFORMANCE ';; •:',:,i'S;f 

b^JoTeph' Priest 



]y piano iind Glee Club. 

Univer^ily-s Glee Club expbded J'he slighi«t byThc fo^ thai sev* 
onto the stage in ihcir black ^.^.^i .,oyj,„ ]a6iei were seen 

Residence Hal 



rienced a 


1 cnlerta 


ning 


ide 


lies 




h H 


through n 


nii5ic Iho 


I ivas 


obv.. 




11 worn durinc the conce 


tbv 












nrn member" ol the Pu 


















Is,: 


g began 
ngs, the 


able [ 


11 


■ 


Ihey ought to come 
I year. 


■ 



and performance. Into the 
of one liour and fifty mii 





qu lit> \hch had been sought 

of the conc«n sh e 1 up bnl 
1 a tl> ll e p e ei taUOn of 

H n I '^ n cr Tie 

n n I f llo^cd oil 



,^ "'S'^'^'^ccent 



Calnp Coryell 


not hdvo rivaled Ihe one in Cyp 


ess Gardens, but CoUegedale's 


S'-"™-" 


i-tl^S 


one thing grcally in its favor. 


See . . . 


BuVuioso whrwenl" and lutl 


EDITORIAL 


S^efbi taiV.°e'l7il'' 


was an enioyable break torn 


p-i 


UreachooUehedule. 




■TrT.I by tall . . .'■ 


On the poliacal scene, filing 


week had to bo sxlended by 


Dfar Edilor- 




the first and second days of 


ho.M^qtinl^f^.'^ef iu^K^su^Ta 


I?o'^''Th1 ZtZlLtS^h^^t 


TJo^'L^S°'c^d"l'onrh°l>rilS 


WkriKfEfH: 


E°"^f£iHHHi£' 


\irEiL^B^i;z 








^Jn^ft mXrl" tunT(e'''«h'cli'^!o^i' 


Ihe sludent body. Unfortunately 


this is Ihe procedure Ihal the 








""«,"l"'b" Sran'/p™"'™, * 


and overly z.olou. engineers. 


























e sludent diieclory. has been 


s 'iff KrM; c„ Tdt 


getting more sleep lately. The 1 


a"ga^de^''o?d?cin°aba!.° 








^11 It lliii fontepl ^^^^^ ^"^^ 5 


the title ot the lorihcoming pubU 


ation. the editor declined com- 


€;:ZT>S^"l'^i^± 


nenl. Critics will |ual have to w 


a.1 and see. Be faithful weary 


ha" 'ii' iiLh''*i.!^*uru"uy rdil'Vh 












Ti™ "Jh'o 'diifb 1"' iitri" 


St the Board meeting on Se 


at. 26, it was voted lo have on 


!?;;S by S," .S to"""nb 


IBM 1130 compnter iiuialled on 


campus by September ol next 


t-i''!""fff7,fl 


taking chapel record and ptogra 


mming computer dales. 


entc pVacl'ir.-d'Vv n.Pn in power 












||E|-^^-'fl 


done away wilh'this year. The" 


e'^'on^pby^hH^^^^ 


;!?■)■.'., .,^,^ 1.'; 


Sih:f,°h"eVwe"*«rt^ed 


pael two yeaifi. SMC will be 


"""'""'"""TjllTZr' 






\CCENT INTER\1E\VS: 


Beaven: For one thing, lo 


DR. WINTON E. BEAVEN 


being used is illegal in every 








Following is an interview held becoming a drug user is "lo 


are arrested you have ruined 


%vith Dr. Winion E, Beaven 


maintain a healthy Christian 


your future for anything worth- 


visiting speaker for Temperanc 


experience and be al peace with 


while. Your record wll follow 








Dr- Beaven's weekend taJL-; _, '*<^«"'' ^r. Beaven, why 


school, or even enter the army. 


centered around ihe subjecls a 


Ihe use of addictive drugs in 


Another disadvantage is that a? 
you become lethargic from its 


uana three maiorVreas of"teD 


the last few years? 








everything — you just become 




drug of rebellion. In the 1920's 


too lazy. People smoke it only 


■We have entered a new- worla ^^^ igj^., ,„,,y ,^,, „,, 


because it makes them feel 


ind many people don 1 realii 


way lo rebel. During the 1940's 




not exlemal. And what is man 


and 1950's alcoholism became 
Ihe rising problem. Now that 
cigarettes and alcoholic drinks 


Accent: What kind of home 
background arc most drug-users 


solutions? Chemicals, akoho 


are becoming commonplace. 








Beaven: You will Tind dial 


ihis socieiv and wc as Chri 


a form of rebellion. 


where" the^^arenU are lo.ally 
permissive or totally ngiQ- 


uan< ha^e a burden lo do Accent: Do you think that 


something about it." 

n.>callmg his visit lo Auslra 


thing to do wiih ihe upheaval 
among student leadership on the 


Young people demand constancy 
of their parents. 


1 i da^ period he was o 


typical modern college campus? 

Beauen: Not in a major 

sense. Lysergic acid (LSD) and 


use of drugs can be deterred by 
legal means? 

Beaven: No. Unless 80-85?c 






\u I i) And why is his mes 


lion, but lethargy. Marijuana, or 


ot the population are in f"^"; 




"pot," is a depressant. Ninety 


of a law against llie addiciJ>e 
drugs, lawlessness will spread- 




percent of those who take it just 




J do nothing. 


laws must be made after ibe 


are on a Qiristian college cam 


Accent: You menlionBd in 


people approve them. 






Accent: Are crimes that are 


suggested that ihc way to avo 


a hannful? 


committed under the influence 
of drugs commilled as a resu 



irijuana reduce inhi bition s 
>uld keep a person from 



to. But I don't mean tJ- 
ings are not a good ide; 
ion should be called I 
ihe facts. 

Accent: What is your opu 
ion of the Five Day Plan to slo 

Beaven: I think the plan 
excellent! Where the resul' 



Dr. Chambers 
Presents Paper 
In California 



Her presentation was enutied 

Psychologically Measured, and 
lis Consequences on Mental Test 
Performance," The material was 
taken from her dissertation (or 
the Doctor of Philosophy De- 

The meeting at which the pa- 



Results from Dr. Chamber's 
research and from her talk in- 
dicated that either (a) anxiety 




Mac/ison Plans 
Bus/ Year 

0.1 Seiilember 9. thirty slu- 
dcnls regislercd on the Madison 
campus of Southern Missionan' 
College for their second year 



medical-suT^ic^l experiences " ai 
Ihe Nashville Veteran's Admin- 



lent, Claudia Mountain of Mo- 



cluh of the Madison campus am 
ha^ various responsibilities, in 

and organizing cla^s activilieT" 
In addition to a heavy pro 



ose having taken part in the 
ve Day Plan were found to 
completely cured, compared 



this study, or (b) 1 



■ your foreign 
' 1 the field of 



he U.S. a 'more or 1 

■ou visited? 
Beaven: They are all dif- 
[lited Slates has 

average 'drinker in other 

\cccnt: What is the danger 

m Adventist school of harm- 

Iful drugs and alcohol being 






£(M 



1 the Academic Ability 



Bus. Ad, Club 
Hosts PR Man 
From Rock Cify 

Mr. Tom Boylan, Director o 
Advertising and Public Relation 
for Rock City, spoke to the Busi 



Welsh Singer 
To Perform 

Miss Kallileon Joyce, famed 
Welsh contralto, wll present a 

8:00 p.m. in Ihe College Audi- 
torium, Miss Joyce has appeared 
with most of the leading choral 
societies and has sung at the 
Three Choirs and Bath FesUvals, 
as well as concerts with such 
eminent conductors as Josef 
Krips, Paul Sacher, Sir Malcohn 
Sargent, Sir Adrian Boult. 

This is her 'third visit to the 
United Slates. Since her last 

and Iceland. She is a seasoned 



son Hospital. While in the 



vsis unit before and aftei 
isplanl surgery, as well ai 



Dadcaster and lias taken part 
many and varied programs on 
i British Broadcasting Corpo- 



i unfaihng 
c behind I 



admiroble voice and unfai 



Song of Ihe Earth and Mendel- 
ssohn's Elijah. 

New Multilith 
Speeds Copying 

Mass-produced memos an 
letters are taking on a new loo 
at SMC. The college has put 
chased a new multilith litho an 
copy machine to replace bot 
mimeograph and Xerox cop; 



Student Nurses, District 3. This 
district consists of three diploma 
prflgrams, three associate of 

one baccalaureate program. Tlie 
president of the association is 
Joy Hemberger. of Pensacola. 
Ida. a r 
, Slie 17 
ballot for nom 

lasis of merit. H 

vcre evaluated 

xperienco and i 
mitted regarding the goa'ls of tl 

the class, Blanche Williams of s 
Fletcher, North Carolina, was g 

The Nursing Forum officers r 

Lomino & Martin's 



boating, skiing and swim 
Old Hickoiy Lake, and 
ing Nashville Symphor 



150 Support 
SILENT THRUST 

One - hundred - fifty students, 
have joined SILENT THRUST 
this year. Classes iviU l^gin soon 



to be held hi Birchwood on 
Wednesday. Friday, Saturday, 
and Sunday nights from April 
4, thru May 10. Tlie families 



n Rod Bank and 


"hattanooga 


illending a series 
conducted by Elde 


f meetings 



SILENT THRUST was or- 
janizcd last year as tlie evan- 
5elistic arm of MV. Jim Aiider- 
;on, its first leader, arranged to 
lave Mrs, Gertrude Battle in- 
itruct the students in the art of 
jiving Bible Studies. By mid- 
Dctober fortj- teams were as- 
igned to famihes which had 



SPORTLIGHT 



period followed Mr, B 
dress, in which he 



CHAHANOOGA B OOD 




LatlePebbie 

£0F£ AT I 12 CAKES I 

FIRST TASTE ONLY 49(1 







St column. 


SMC's nagball may take on an 


sed. each 


added phase by al!o>ving the 


ayed tliree 




standings 


and make fieldgoal attempts. In 




tlie past this has been prohibited. 


Ity) 


and, of coulee, has handicapped 




the scoring ability of the teams. 


nts) 








s) 


ball and mate a good kicker as 


cott) 


valuable as a good passer. 


ut of the 




s for each 


Carey's Saints, though trailing 


yed, the 






edge Hill's Raiders for tlie 


Jiing can 


championship in that league. 


(no rela- 


Fowler's Rebels ivill probablv 






"sports 


leam for thh-d (or possibly 


f leaped 


second) place leaving Colemon\ 



P GEON VALLEY REST HOME 



ON THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN TRAIL 



(phofography by Niolien) 




College Market 

Offers large selections of fresh fruits 
and vegetables plus a variety of groceries. 







'}§out£'e^ccent 



AUTUMN COUNCIL VOTES TO REPLACE Yl 



EDITORIAL OBSERVATION 



HEPPENSTALL HAS NEW, 
VIBRANT PRAYER WEEK 




EDITORIAL 



?coni INTER-COM s 



.CedctofU 



SPECULUM ~1 









Bg, Ocl. IS. you n 



ienl apalhy is a hard thing to ovbi 







initiative on the port oi the student body. Who really minds 


Jent to havo a hand in his slate of oilairs. Probobly. the moat 




This apathy may be overlapping even into the spiritual atti- 


mporlcinl roason lor Ihc change from Iho Echool's oaily stand on 




tude of our campus life, but ii so it .s not caused by lack oi spint- 




1 11 II 




ml a one-sided picture oi the proceedings, lelUng how various 


1 1 


in which wo are now engaged, should produce some tangible 


acully and administiaiors voled on an issue, and spreoduig 






sriviioged iniormalion in general. This typo of action, of "^J^^^^, 




lies Also such innovations as INTERCOM should gradually 
begin lo open up a new palh for student initiative. Though the 


I'lSi^ha'tfon^t^d 'facility on the olh°". 






Two minor problemg that helped to bnng about the dropping 












mce and a quoBlion about how to equilably choose the student 




Ihe inner thinking of the Association. The Scholarship Commiltoe 




PERFORMANCE 


has come up with some suggestions to toss oul and let students 


"'""^^^l^^Txtir^'H^^^ for Iho action taken within the 


of NOTEJ^ 


L^nirra^roptTotlrL^al ^r°'sL"e ^'/a^'a.le 3ofT 


^lUrJoTel!°aJ'dt"eTDTGo°don*'Hyd<>. head ol the religion 


by Joseph Priest 


l3ierr!md'lrde^n^'*ahkrito'might^tlievTmu^ 


deparlmenl. that, "It might be time to move cmitiouslv and ludi- 
ciouBly . . .■■ in the direction of more student voice m pohcy 


From the monieni when Miss 


pressure. By placing an option on these overly weighted tests 












workable Bolulioo lo the present lapse oi aludenl voice on various 




Iho possibility of ofiermg some courses m Ihe future on a pass- 


1o think about IhiB problem, and to present their views about it lo 


.udienco. In o surprisingly deep 


one's major field, bul think what a blessing thai would be for 


us. Wo would especiaUy invito proposals lor solution lo whal wo 


F^'.'l =|''^lrT'n-'l flionrot^lhc inev 


or no aptitude or interest. Delails on these ideos ore ¥»«« 'or 






the asking. We are aU wailmg to see iJ anyone has the interest 


VLN 




to take advanlago oi thoughls like these. 


NOTICE RE: CHATTANOOGA CALENDAR 


nliout anylhing relevant to our readers/up. We don't propose to 


purpose of our Challauooga Calendar, wo wish lo clarify our 






"^""rd " ll t h t ■ beino 


especially those in opposition lo our views. This makes for good 




sung "ould be djfncull to do 


dialogue rather than a lonely monologue.) 




the hish points of the evening 












which was done in an unusually 


Iheir hand at being open house hosts lo Ihe WRH women <who 



f-r-~— ' good EnsUsli translation. "'M i"«l be slopping bnci. in linn), .onto shocking tiuUu nb™l I 

®'Tn»//-/lJ>/«i^.n.«.rt*«-/- 0" "nd, it dimcul, ,. mol. ho,».ke.ping mo, b„ „noo..,.d. The n,.„ wjll p,oboM, I 

,''--\- ^""'''^^S^IMPPHHT. criii™esoaceomi.li.hedasi„|.iT po- op Ih. opportontty lln. yeo,. thoogh. S„„ tba yenr tb. 1 

L -J (O) (^ /-tLrWJ.M.l' .„d tcchniciani l,o,vmr, it m.n „. ho.ling th. winl.t bongo.t. it is .oay onoogh to nnd='- 1 

», ■ -V K.y -M. „,;p,„ 1^ „,,,„i„„oa in ,„,„;„,, staid how had ,1 wJl bo to got oJJ those l.llows d™ued op « ■ 



^ vastly so, Ashlon. of ihe SMC Fine Arts l)y those who attended, and for 

n„r In a continuing use of superb staff in his outstanding ond en- those wlio neglecuJ to attend 

veil English transtalions, her Rach- viable performance of some of there was an emptiness made 

Ihe more difTicull piano work in conspicuotis by Miss Joyce 







ity but a dead one is a 
by other young people 




AuntjCilliaM 



inel and the Slunding Commi, 

programs submitted by the; =""--"""'"■ 



of Orlando and Madison, 



..dab campus and a Art Exhlblt ,-30-Hun 

hresTenlion'campul. Disployed Hcrc 2ri^^"^ 

wilercolors by jg (vj'. 



red above 

mediately after Uic Senate m 
bers. Ideally, the two Senate a'. 
representatives wl! pre; ' * 

Mcws and needs of theii 



. Mar>' B. Lynch of Cha 
oga is on display in SMC's 
ghl Hall. 
Mrs, Lynch received a D.A. 





i«.°'o"t 


ng by 'horn ono day caressing theit lu 


V £r„l Scil'l'&m^U^Clmt 




on iuicB flo 


"■lito-'h^YZtrrilVh 


nh ™mo„ 


"^^ A^rL 


•1 ATS Contest 


"ludy. c 


Stag, do 


you =.= Ihi. b.owi, moik to Ihia l.ol?" 


Slated for 


...!h"ol"° 


"deT" "' 


oyes steadily on ihe leoi and pullod 


Next Tuesday 


liM, b,„J„ 


uiJm"' 


ideoho 11 g 


T™.p=r.nceclubsp«clie..re 


■■A,°'?o 


uTLr"'' 


slowly. 


cliapcl October 29, according lo 



Tennessee and she has had one Italy," film lecture ivith 

man shows in Chattanooga, Eric Pavel, Health and Ed- 

Dalton, and Ballunore. ucation Building, SiMC, 

Mrs. Lynch is a member of 8:00 p.m. 



; Building, SMC, 



PIGEON VALLEY REST HOME 



THATCHER HAIL HOSTS OPEN HOUSE 



SMC Erects Own Plant 






rm of Open House corcarf put on by « 


—a stop necessifotod by fl bteakdown on the "SMC Eipress. ' 


Beiween 300 and 400 South 


Goorgion-styled building thai 


eni Missionary College alumn 














7:45 Fndny evening. Dr. J. 




Grady Smoot. '55. dean of tlie 




graduale school, Andrews Uni- 


The highlight of Uie weekend 


versity. Bemen Sprmgs, Mich- 




Ll. Col. John E. Keplinger. 


Hall, the new women's residence 


'43, a chaplain in the United 


hall, followed by a special van- 


States Army, stationed at Fort 










pus women's club. Tours for 






dale church ot 3;30 Saturday 


nity were conducted through the 


afternoon; a sociol and businias 




meeting willi buffet supper at 


^^m j^^r^^^ 




M ffii 





10 SMC in July of 1962 from 


.^■9t 


Andrews University to become 






^^b. 






which posiUon he still fills. 




While here he has completed 


.iH^9HBu'^^ 


more than eighteen projects lor 


jKMHM^^^^V 


the college- At present he is 




workmg on the preliminary ex- 








library which, hopefully, wll 


Ii^HHHhIHIIL I 


be ready for use by next school 








in iJie construction business for 


IJuUAIil I.&^HH&A1 


nearly tliuiy years, beginning 


Under the supervision of Mr 


his career upon his graduation 


Costerisan, over 52,500,000 has 


interrupting it shortly for a 


been spent by SMC during the 
)ast six years for on-campus 


Scully to Speak 


eludes eight major projects com- 
)Ieted by Mr. Costerisan. They 
are as follows; the shopping 


Next Week on 


Religious Liberty 


dormitory, the addition to the 








urn nd pool ih m 


Conference Rel gi us Lbert) 


dm ry th dmm 










s^iloTcod d0"^be 







Elder Scully i 11 pe k n th 


, ,y 


, 




















at the Friday nigl p n 




'■^ 




ice in the Coll d 1 h 1 








Tiiursduy evening from 30 


>=^|^ 


oSf 


«Jp 




— »/ki 


r^ 


^='1 J 


w^th club ofTic d Ih 


l^fe 


i 


gl^ 


Elder John R Ijw S pa 


y/L| — |^_j 


Ifl 


IhM j 


tor of the Collegcdale SDA 


VJ9BI 


H 


IH^ 


pertinent to religious freedom al 


■^'^'■JS 


I 


Hr 


""wday aflfr^wn' 'al^'^Oo" 


sound like . 


rath 




in the Collegedalc church, 










JTOkeii down th 






minister on leave at SMC to 


denl resident. ilD 


mes 


toS2,800 




per' slud°nr"tl, 


n 


0.S been 


on the status of religious bberty 


quoted b)- otiier 


SDA coUegesI 


in South and CenU-al America. 




litv. 


The a-U 


Mr. Ciuffardi has worked m 


cellent prices . 




ch SMC| 


seven Central and South Ameri- 


vas .ble to builc 


this 


and other! 




luildings on cam 




ave been! 


announcer for tlie Voice of 


argely due to Nlr. Costerisan'sf 


Amenca. 


organization and 


econ 


omy. 


ja^j^^^^B 


■ 


! 


i 


iu^J^^HJ^l 


^rJ^HI 


H 


«^ ■ 


an^^HH&n 


■ 


1 


i 



LUtleDebbie 



'^^ "^ — ^ Fmsr TAsrs 



SMC Student 
Missionaries 
Circle Globe 

By Norma Youn. 




WAD START GIVES NEW /A/S/GHT 



A 5ix- year-old lad by 
name of Robin and El; 
McDowell, an SMC coed. 



riy beginning on hi 
and Elaine's 
of on-lhe-jol 



liurches all over ihe South, 
Marlyn Jacobs and Lindi 



self-supporting n 
-ses in Monler 

k at the Hotel 



Malaysia, situated on the 
of the South China Sea 
northern tip of Borneo. 
Manis, meaning "Sweetv 
has grades 1-12 and firs 
college. It is 37 miles 
Kuching, the stale capi 
Sarnwak. His duties f< 




taught for eight weeks 



Opportunity (OEO) 



StBrt studenh. 



included 



Once 



to fam 



1 the 



Soma of BaU 

j^ The segment of Head Start in Elaine believes that one of the 

ing "'^''^'' ^'^'"^ '""8*'^ ™= o"'y ""o*' important activities of the 

I one phase of the educational day was the "free-play" period. 

I'er- program for underprivileged Tiiis was an hour set aside for 

md children directed nationally by each child to play at whatever 

OEO. Another year-round pro- he desired (within classroom 

gram is conducted for four-year regulations, of course). "This 

olds and over un,e helped each child to learn 



s of youth work with the 

J common housing in Sara- 
s kno\vn as a "longhouse." 



her report to the SMC students 
n D daytime chapel service and 
also spoke at Ihe Eighth Street 
Seventh-day Adventisl Church 


the Slates. Harry visited 


Kathy Ippisch was a self- 
upporting missionary to Costa 

Rica. She worked v«th music, 
eaching voice specifically. She 
las given several reports in 

Collegedale and plans others in 


perhaps more than others, 

villages and the first tim 
spend a night sleeping 


The SMC missionary Volun- 
eer Society sponsored Harrj' 
and Oirolj-n as its 1968 student 


plele with pigs, smells, mats 
full Dayak hospilalily," 


missionaries raising over $3,000 


"hair-raising experiences,' 
said "No, but I had a 


e.vpenses. Four self-supporting 


shortening experience. I 




In speaking of 
iroblems in this cou 



th an orientation prog^ 


ond helped each learn the values 


eceding the school session 


of sharing," she said. 


J through-out the session 




veral in-service training meet- 












eir aids. 


gress of children like Donnelle 


Parents and relatives of the 


At first, he sat clone the whole 




day. He failed to respond to in 




struction by the teachers, nor 




would he talk of i>lav with the 


dia. Later, recruiters were 


oilier children. "Finally." say 


nt out to tvplain the program 


Elaine, "around the fifth week 


d persuade the parenls lo send 


of school, Donnelle began to 


eir children lo Head Start. 




Elaine reports that several 


noticeable change of attitude 




come one day when he began 


nducled in the Orlando area 


a fight wth some other boys in 


nullaneously, usually in 


my class. From that day on 








seemed to behave like a normal 




six-year-old boy," Later Elaine 




discovered that Donnelle's eye- 


eived medical exams, medical 


sight was poor, a deficiency 




which is being cared for. 


■vices by professional person- 


"Do you know why I came to 


were frw. 


Head Start School?" said one 


While the day's acUvities 


little girl lo Elaine, "because my 


re generally similar lo those 


mollier won't let me have any 








Such was a l^-pical reaction of 




the cliildren to tlie many things 


cinl instrucUon. The teachers 


done for them by Head Start. 



x^|ra| 


^3 


(■ 


Hirrj said Ihot "ihe meaning- 


The highlight of her summer 


'^^^M 


H 


4Q 


ful association with people" 


was her trip to Porto Adventista, 

a 25,000 acre farm where youth 


wSSS^a 


S' 




1 enjoyed getting to under- 


can go to earn money for 


wtB^^Sm 


fly 


^j 




school. 








whose waysTnTcustoms a^rTen^ 


Carolj-n is especially grateful 








ttrel> different than mine, yet 


10 Sigma Theta Chi for helping 










lo finance her trip this past 


■^■^^^H 


Rf 


^M 


My interest in overseas mission 


summer. Speaking of her total 








service was further stimulated. 


experience, Carolyn, said, "I 














™ 


THz 


the Stales comparable to what I 


portunities for service, even for 
a student in the mission field. 


" give damonstra 


ol'Vt 


TASN 


Carolyn Pettingill's summer 
in Bolivia was first spent travel- 
ing to various clinics lo give 


My summer awakened an 


Mr*ralivo effort 


onduc 


ed by 


medical aid and present health 


icans in bringing hope and 


Iniost al! of the 
•"iventiit coUeges 


Seven 


h-da> 
Jniled 


lectures. Then she spent two 
\vecks working in the Cliulo- 


health to individuals U.at don't 
have tlie knowledge lliai we 








mani Hospital, a small 30-bed 


lake so much for granted, I al- 


^ «nd coLege stu 


dents 


for 


SDA leased, government-owned 


ways thought I w'ould like to be 


glands 10 help i 


acomn 




hospital which is o[)erated by a 


a missionary, but after actual 


silcnncnt, but a! 






U.S. doctor. It was here, she 


contact Willi the people, I now. 


I^smn service as a 


n alter 




reports, that she delivered one 




f« ^^■o^k for the s 
^•<ny NeUon 
"^ks at the Ayer 






baby and assisted in two other 


have found my calling— I def- 


spent 


eigh 


deliveries. In addition she was 


initely plan to go into some form 


Mani 




a combination camp nurse, cook 


of mission service. 




TASN Elects Two From SMC 




SENATE TO SUSPEND 
DELINQUENT MEMBERS 



Tish Breeding. T 
dent, Knosrvillc; 
linger, second 
SMC; Linda Lov 


Judy Bont- 

e, correspond- 
ohnson City; 
ing secretarj', 
re Underhiiy, 
Belh Harper, 
Jolinson Cily; 


ireasurcr, SMC; 


This is 'ihe firs 


year that any- 
as been in the 



cpnlly clccipd stale TASN (Ten- 


TASN members attending hvo 


board meetings during the year. 


nessee Assocmiion of Student 


sions were- James Norris of 


on November 14. According to 






.Susanne Underhay, the aim this 






year is to trj- for belter com- 


Challanooga Tuesday, October 




munication wih the districU. 


15, through Friday, October 18. 


dent missionaries from SMC. 


Of significance is ihe fact thai 


Judy Benlzingcr, sophomore, 
v,;i! elected .rcond vicn presi- 


Moriyn Jacobs, Linda Hagcn- 
baugh, and CaroI)-n Petteogill, 


ally held Wednesday through 


,l,.nt ,-,nJ Sn..nnp Hnderhay, 




changed lo meet on different 










Also Thursday night a lalcni 
1. iw. ,-irranged by Vi\-ian Ga- 


lor^SMC Student nurses to al- 


.. .,, ,.. ., II.,..; ...,H, .,, 


Lomino & Martin's 




SPORTLIGHT 


.:t;::;.,,;-1'''::::w'w 


']!n^!. "T lJ\T"'\^- MurS 


As ihe flagball season rushes 
on, ihe A league is sliU capti- 
vated by ihe Facully (Falcons). 








JUC-..1., r.,-,".---nm.^ ^Mr: .-. 


L..,.l,.,iU„-..t;U,;.-.ru,.«as 


Falcons arc ^ollo^ved closely by 
Pleasants' (Tigere). Pleasants is 


Wednesday morning QCtivi- 


to Jan Cre\v5. SMC sophomore. 


living up to pre-season specula- 
tion. The rest of ihe league is 


a^il^nK^ m°eti^c'^'Thname 


prize worn" mSS' HoSn 


spot is still up for grabs for any 


of l!ie candidal^ for slate TASN 


X';^|;?£^_Tg 




S-'''anc^oT°an7''caIm"im 


caich the high-flying Falcons. 





long. Falcons (Firehoiise) 




W^'^^^^ccent 



Collegedale Schedules Incorporation Vote 

Alan Lawrence Wins 
ATS Oration Contest 

IF" 

[i 



REFERENDUM 
ON NOVEMBER 26 

Under threat of in 
annexation by (he city of Chat 



Collegedale Faces 
Double Jeopardy 

ortion of high- 
s Collegedale, 




EDITORIAL 



i^edito%A 



SPECULUM 



I of Prayer, conducled by Dr. HeppenslolL waa 
id vibranl. The week woh cubninated by a Fridny 
ion servicB for Ihe entire college famUy, Truly, 



PERFORMANCE 7e7a^, t:.tl.SZl .i 

of NOTE n ISJ^.l'cnlLt^ttc 

a .fiiiccl review * ' very humotouH underlying 

by Joseph Priest tumea of all aoris were ape 

As I waited inio the SMC appeared. Most ol them w 

church, on October 28 for a con- P^"^ ™''^ '" '^^ decorated^ 
cert of the Andrews University „ , . .. .^^^ _ , 

Colleeians, I was anticipaling L ^^^^^^^^^ wMolike Ih^ 



Many witches and goblins 






icadomically. 


sociaD 




or .pi 


iriluol 


piccoding obs 
1 ol Ihe CoUog 

compoflod ol 


Ihirly 


Z 


filly 


ught. 


CO, a filly-liity 




.ii 


ionol 


IhoB 



many famed and virtuoso c<im- 

posiUons listed increased the pohcy of even- nicm^to 



in Saturday nights baa seemingly c 






jond upon „h!ch was certainly appealing, "n'o 'ho GenUe Lyon Coughy House, it oUorded a refreahing | 
on , an Then, the thing happened, "l .f"^^ * ?, 






eats 


group was lired from the thre« 


ails' 


previous concerts ihey hnd 


mic 


prior 10 this performance and 


.uS 


that several members had larj-n- 
gitis. It didn't help. 


t'eT 


The first three numbers on 


aU 


astonishing lack of interest, and 
also demonstrated a chronic in- 
ability to stay on pitch. The 
Hailing and poor tuning was 



-lalively new Conslilulion sho was appoint, " 
Ivisory committee and Ihen approved by tl 






■ fine nuances of the 
Formed were ignored 
eared in an ill-defined 

inds, if you leave out 



1 grind. Except for wildly las 
also alarm tire al Jones Hall. 


'7S\ 


S^ 


tho exciting display of lire eq 


o'hTta 


K^' 


r-^^.i^' "" '^° 


lallots 


■?'- 



Maybe soon you will hm 



!°LrSl^°^h M^"l1 '"'"l^:"- the lackadaisical am 
B AAum, Jim Morrii obvious fatigue of the singers, i 



- William H, Taylor could agree to ll 




tax of nCty 






". of Chattanooga, 

'e an equal share ot the another nity cents per pcrsun 

« provided by the city, rebate on sales ux. This would 

35 fire and po'lice protec- be based on a census including 

jarbagc collection, etc. But the college students. Willi a 



ler of the Sunday law, we have 
possible. If I under? land rightly 


by ordinance rather than by R^H 
vote of the people is likely to be M^M^ 
tested in court and may fall &^S| 
completely. ^^^B 


1 


day Advenlisis hold, the Sunday 
law is going to bring about ilie 


that incorporation is simply un- non - Adv 

necessary, do you have any from the 

oUier objections to it? Furtherm 

Fleming; Collegedale is pre- serious p 


ore, Ch 



i^»„opu,8m.fl,r6ood„i., 'BotHtub' StiiTiulates Ideas 

Sunday lam. Don't you feel 
that Uiis matter is good reason 
for incorporatioo? 

Fleming: Mayor KeUey, in a 
letter to me, explained that he 
undentood our unique situation . 
v.ith regard to opening on Sun- 
And h. 




Tbirty-f'm-year-old Studeni\i 
Is Ready to Compete' 



By MiK 


FOSWQH 


1 


How ivould you like lo l« on 
Advoolii. on tlio sevonU, day o 


duties 
the B 




iho .vcok ond a Bomnn C.lholi 
on Snndav? Impossible? Well 


DomT 


to an evangelist in tJie 


■or one SMC shidenl, liiis wa 






r/lmo^ a realiiy. 


leeee 


ucalion. Hesays, "I want 






olidate my experience in 


dal student here on furlougl 


public 


relations and related 
















Puerti 




was a Bontan Catholic and lii 


able t 




mother was a ScvenU.-day Ad 








Pmph 


e employed as a speaker 
Buonoi Aires Voice of 
cy radio program in 


i W*^ 


19513, 






traditional" ceremony lo 


sL3w| -- 


*c°reB 


rmer Winifred Ehlers. a 




















M. *S"' 




'eddinR was a part of a 


Wkmnir *" 


^" 


an You 111 Congress in 




d 






ale^^unula. 


' 


txu 


CASH 


PAID 




'°i:'.'.™,«5riit. 


^ r'rm 


l.,J.J 














10. W, 6.t, St. 




'■'"• 




College Market 

Offers Selections 
of fresh frutfs 
and vegetables 
plus a variety 



COLLEGEDALE 

Insurance 




Confedet.). CKfit.r Pow.ll esc 







Enierir 


iR, one obtained tickel 


from the 


Wildwl Bank, ovvne 




■ated by the Busincs 






From her 








holder. 




All of 1 


.he estabhshed poliiica 










10 ]mt 1 


hree principle candi 






ihere'lvl! 


■y. Nixon and Wallnc 
: the loud and vocifer 



Ed. Students 

Visit Lee College E"i^« should i 

Southern Missionan- College's on the physical, : 

forly-lwo senior teacher educa- and spirilual benetiU ot temper 




All Fall Festivals begin the 



I days in Miami ond Chica 




7n.Bm.M cmpa.Bns n.o«-n lo 


birthplace of many a folk and 


Dr. Johnson-s invitation is a 


!6— Covenant College ■■Switz- 


The Physical EducaUon Club 


the only quiet, restful place 


return courtesy from last year. 


erland." Francis Schaiffer, 




within the entire Festival, 
The decree was made by 


tion students and staff. Regard- 


lecturer, (call for details). 
17-Sl. Paul's Choir; "Mozart 


nl n small round bulls-eye. This 


Sheriff von Grundsei that all 
should be atlired in costume. 


remarked Ihat this exchange not 
only helps lo broaden the de- 


Vespers in C Major," Sl 
Paul's Church. + 00 p,m, 
19— Challanooga Symphony: 


Ihal, when folded, dropped mlo 


jail, the Phagocytic Cell, Beards 


Ivrh^'o^iher'tLTherTwhom^slu" 


"Buth Laredo,^' pianist 


on it. Among the more popular 


cdor of ha'^anT'^kili'^va Xr'^'^l 


dents encounter in their practice 


20-Commui.ity Concert: 


people occupying this honored 




iT'E^^^^Sf^i: 


"Whillemore ond Lowe," 


position were Dean Kier and 


were lengthened and shortened. 


piano duo. Memorial Audi- 


realized how popular they were. 


Ir^ntsTnd worn, Thi^was'Z 


fessional level, chances of awk- 


23~Lyceum-Fine Arts Series: 


The food served at tlie Fcsu- 






"Red Cliiiia." film lecture 


vol was adequate to keep one 


People became big round or- 


days of teaching are lessened 


\vilh Jeans Bjere. Health 


satisfied and the prices were 


sou Aem'^enM''umc^oi» o7 hid^ 


lefT"lMc"; ,L°„,p^ .."^S'lS 


and Education Building, 


l^^r'^^P^ 


parade of people having a good 


p.m., accompanied by staff 
Veta Payne, Likh Lilley, ami 


"IHr'iijJ^iSii 


WtlmL. 1 IM> jLrun 


^^HV^^ 


Olivia Dean. 


26— Famous Artists Series: 


^g u m*y 




"Laurindo Almeida," gui- 


i»Pi 


^n 


5.M. Promises 
New Ideas 

The Soullicrn Memories, 
S,MC's yearbook, will be much 


tarist, Tivoli, 8: 30 p.m. 


^Bj^J ff'-jt-ij^l 


Dill McGhmni!, series as b^i 


■B HilUL 


md «-N-S. 


>c rss ediLon says Miss Kalh 


d!re''Ll''r.derdo'''' ''"^^"'^'^' ""'^'' 


■»u^' , -^ 


ken Jjhnson the Memories 
editor mch.ef She adds Uiat 


Last jears students Wl be 


to the Terliperance Tavern one 


^W.lLVctd 1(17^1 .'.1 He w=' 




[hasia will be placed on proof 


could hove pretzels and beer 








(root beer) and while enjoj-ing 




The stiff of Ihe Mcmarus i 


Lice Hoping to avoid errors 


refreshments sing the good ole 




r alh "orkmg hard thib >eur 


that often plague yearbooks 














the fncullv advisor and it is 


(.rew of proofreadci-s lo check 


piano- To keep things exciting 


^g|^P J*S ^^" 


3rt,ini/od to the n ih degree 


the proofs before the annual is 


one could stay for the hourly at- 




Miss Johnson is making a full 


pnnted 


lark put on by the local "chap- 


^^Ssl^» ' 5rf '' 


lime )ob of editing liie \olumc 


The Memories offices are now 


ter of the W.C.T.U-" 


^jj^^HE^'^^ /" 


and that wtll show m the final 


located in two rooms on the first 


Am,d all the noi«; and ehttcr 


BM^rt^^^, 


Over 20 are stiiRIng ihe Mem- 


floor of Jones Hall, The re- 
modeling and furnishing of 






ories this year. The editorial 


these roims was done inexpen- 


sput 10 go ^^^^^^^^ 1^^* ^^^ 


BUjjPmj^^jp^^ 


staff includes Ellen Zollinger, 


sively but stylishly by the staff 


lie Lyon Coughey (pronounced 


QBHhHI 


lay-out editor; Judy Vining, 
managing editor; Gary Grytc, 


llirKrthlee'Jf'e^enhTdher'pS 


cious, quiel abode the Elnglish 


Two staff wives wait for iheir 


vcrL lilerarv ecUtor, Georve 





New Challenges Offered by CHASTMN FIRST IN H. 1^. OPfJV 
Mountaineering Club 




al, mental, and spiritua 


pow- 




Several Iraining schoo 
)Cpn held at the student 
the last wo ^Teeks to 


funda- 




These classes will be 


offered 






ngihe 




club. Membership is 


pen to 




1-3 tlie club sponsored a 


North 




i^"" the spring. Member 


of the 


Jim Do 



Final A League Standings 

TEAM W L T PCT. GB PS PA 

Ticers (Pleasants) 7 3 2 ,700 — 12+ 109 

NlSles (Johnson) 7 4 I .636 Vz 157 115 

Falcons (Faculty) 7 + 1 -636 Va 
Wolves (Willis) 
Wildcats (Wolcolt 



.364 3'/2 91 139 
100 156 



B League Standings 



nlo Sunday's 
Tilly "as tied 


final 


ihe AU-Sla 


iglSN"ovT 




•ilh Johnson 


h.ll- 










1 K«r- 








vould pve Ibo 


ni the 


alties, inl 


rceplions, an 


' b 


rals Ihe cha 


npion- 




. The quality o 


Pl 



Raiders (Hill) 
Rebel's (FowU) 




DtUeDebbie 



r/gsr rASTE 



1 3-0 deficit and went ahead on 
the lost play of the game to 
\ym. Pleasants faces the A 
League All-Stars Saturday 
night. 

Robmson's Hawks made the 
race for llie cellar a lljlle closer 

for the championship, there was 
one also for ihe gloty of lasi- 
place. 

Injuries are still cropping up 
during Ibe games, and broken 
legs and noses seem to be the 
vi^ue on campus. Much thought 



Several players have 
sportsmanlike play, and a 



PIGEON VALLEY REST HOME 



Co//egeda/e Cabinets, \nc. 

ManjfflctLjfers of High Qualilv 
Laborafory Furnituro for Schools and Hoip.tflli 

Collegedale, Tenn. Telephone 396-2131 



^'^out£em 




ccent 



Campus Cop Carries Rally Two-Vear Nursing B.S. 

Nationally Accredited Now 




Hyde Speaks at First 
Christian Writers Meeting 



Four Senior Ed. Students 
Win Suhrie Scholarships 



;aled Ihat ap- 
Wedne^^daj- evening, November P^^^^Jf '>;J,^°d ii^J^^auca" 




wcreiarj-, Paulelle Witt, sopho- improving inelliotls." As n word wei 

mnre English major; public of ad\-icc he added, "Don'l Ir)' to ihe 

relations diairnian, Jim Cress, change the message. If you ,,at 

I wphomore ilioology major; don'l like it. find oiiolhcr nies- sug 

iTMiurcr, Carl Koester, junior sage." This is iiiijioHnnl, he be 

buiiriQss major, all of SMC. feels, because "if we lose ihal „er5 on ways and meiliods 
Dr. Hyde, who initialed ihe 






}nd idea 



Petersen. Dangsund, Nord-Tron- secrelar>'-lreo surer; and Kristinc 
The annual scholarship is 



n. devotional : 



"s publication, Communi- Getting and holding ihc at- and cons trucUvely criticise wt 
when he was head of ihal lenlion of the readers has been i^g done by ihe membere so th 



Publiwiions .ire'of little the breakup of tlie Youth's In- lar, public 




EDITORIAL 



i^editivu 



SPECULUM 



lire. THE SOUKD C 






■en Thanksgiving and Ctrialmi 



day night; Sunday, Ihe eighth, 






r 


COMMENT 1 


S|||^=ff 






,J Elhlc WMk, loul w.ok, wo, p,«..Med by ou, ..r. 


""L." oi tli 








SrtTcftC 


SA Soc 


a\ Commitloo has been drastically reduced bom a hdl 


.hjleg,- „l.l»l r^^^_^^ lu. 










lenTL'c 


y two chopol piograiaa. Dr. Eiultel prosenled two ejccol- 


iSrt'sHS??! 


On.ol 










ZZL 


.9%ad.?lLvtl™"m'^p"«Zlio°J^«tr.d''Lo°°nd 


s;ss."%,=!s'bjv%i'. 


onT^lT."' 


















pus bu 




^^\ Tin's "ncl*'rrf?nl'''wWvr'!i^ 


useful purpo 


"It. 


.5,f,ha,%dtr,.'ra:Lrbt"Ti,°''."a,"s 


rhintj'Th"':,,,;"?!;;' i''i".,3 


ciaVo'lT 


















SupT.m 


molwo play, o definite part in Ihe defijiifion ol my 


Is":. tz£„ .',1 sM.-.""" .''s 3,; 


by various c 


loJov . 


are open-a.inded enough 1o bol otound new ideas 


„rf ,,.|l,.„ ,,i,.l .., . T„.,„,,. ,„... 


"cSl.o^ 


mdco 


copte with which wo oio laced. WBS 


.iEs"*',,„',,t" j,",'"d "II ii; 


mc.ased u 



len ol Talge Hall luBt Monday mght when Jin 



Ihe southern! 



PERFORMANCE 
of NOTE J] 









SMC Aids 
United Fund 

Tiie annual honor award of 
the United Fund lias again been 
given 10 Southern IVlissionary 
College for ouUtanding e^orts in 
raising funds. The lolal of 
$2,293, given by administralion. 



■ §138 over last : 



gs '%'^*^'^ccent 


















S,va,^n. W^o- B, S««. 










Fcanuc Editor _. -.. 




PoulMte 


,Viu 


Lajtoul Editor „ ... „ 




_ — .. ., IJndBYo 


S. 


Wrt..™'^"'"*"'' 


rr--- 


:;£»S'jv*n."^"y 


uUl 


Sport. Wril^r. 


CoU«nS 


*mg 




























TmrVr 


!'', 



fice wih assistance from Don L 
West, Personnel Director of 
McKee Baking Co. and Harry 
Hulscy, Manager, Assoc. Corp. 
of SMC, 

Student solicitolion was di- 
rected by Doug Foley, chairman 
of tlic Student Association puh- 

Tolals for the pnsl few years 



1962—51^38 1967—52,155 
1963-51,351 -" "" 

1964—51,416 



1963—51,351 1968—52,293 




- — "^g;:.^^^ 



Rejuuenates library 



year's b 


urlf- 




"Wo IV 








pnning afler Christmas 






-ssed books (books 










ds 








red). We hope lo 


hE^\ 


Iso, 
be 


and probably have 
crease the folioivine 
by next year »e 
m the new hbrar> 
give us plenty of 


toomfo 


Ih 








place m 


Ih 


SMC library since 














Librarv 


of Congress System ol 




id. 


. Commenting on 
for the swilcK Mr 
■■The most impor- 
or the change from 




QIaatlpH. IKntglitB Arr iSwriittmi m^niu 




^l§out£em 





ccent 



SA Program Has Family Theme 




ind that Its faculn 



n,™i, 


reiires 


nied Ihc college a 


ment and faculty. 












SMC ihe position of being one 


inglon 


D.C. 


of the best nationally accredited 




NASM is designaled by Sevenlh-day Advenlist Colleges 








aediii 


'-^"hfL'ss™ : 


SDA colleges holding NASM 
accreditation: Walla Walla Col- 


spGcia 


Sl^siBs 


lege, College Place, Wash.; 
Union College, Lincoln, Neb,— 
holding full accreditation; and 


„ lib. 
iberali 


°L,k°rf„"li™Tr"nS 


Ihe faculty at W^aila Walla 
when it received accreditation. 


The 


occredii.iion .s.urei oui 
s of Ihc faci [h.i SMC i 


All schools applying for full 
accredit a Uon first come in as 
associates. They hold this status 

apply for full membership with- 


Y,n, 


Oillegedfllc. because o 
icully of jirovidiiig th 


oil.e 


errain. 


report and again being visited 
by Ihc accrediting association. 










be visited only once every 10 


















[m'Ts^^atbn^ofX"»l'le"S""' 






sition and needs, resulting in a 








|)lication was made during the 




LX 1 i 




' ' ^ T 


ing some 60 questions. fWi^ 




"•:■• 


rtlhSoSioricTf'wr 




throp College in Rock Hill, S.C. 



SPECULUM 



X^edctofi^ 



Senate Votes to Initiate 
Book Excliange Center 



students' Christmas giit fi 
II wiU not pormanenUy b, 

completely lomodolod int- 






egulnr meeting, the Student As 
ociaUon Senate voted to adop 
tie Book Exchange Center pro 
scl. The purpose of this projec 
1 Ihrcotold. It will help s' " 



s w!l be able 



ind books. 

Its who have them n ^v^|l be m 

sell then.. It ivill ,]je Exchange 

of books by elimi- basis. Books ■> 

large loss students „„ statement! 

)n books when re- ^„^ charges a 

to Ihe Mercantile, ^g^i o^ pgyj 



I line 



r the 



HchangE 



opening on Friday, Januari' 
, the dav after semester 
ams. It mil be located in 
nes Hall, just ofT the main 
lobby in the old dean's oflice and 



desk a 



^■ill be made for ■ 
k and lOi: for sm. 

iable if the book i: 



hange Center. Posi- 
pen for office and pub- 



COMMENT 



P£RFORM>1NCE 
f^ of NOTE J] 

by'joseph Priest 









:iUl the strains of Sou< 
(Vasliington Post Marc 

e SMC band concert— prese 
I under UlC d 
imes Schoepllin 



I would like 10 pass on a f 
kudos overheard in the audie; 
and shared by myself conce 



. Olher than an adcq 
nung of the fine Lai 
rt Festival" the concert 



along with ; 
1 piece by the sami 
"Sleigh Hide," fillet 



; the grand finale 



audience. I n 
jing to do w 






wiBor for it all. 
A Facully Men 






fe<;i d^ 



;. ";\ {*J) /^ r^K/%^\/^£V ■■lo"lv"G,ll<...0,mr. slightly muddled and distort. 



^;;£Iif':S 



badly 
''^^. Also, 



Hoist four 
Ftor 
ually 






v-ing thai Ihe band v 



C0/ GO! 

RAZORBACKS 
SMEAR 

BULLDOGS 

IN THE 

Sugar Bowl 



PIGEON VALLEY REST HOME 



Collegedale Cabinets, Inc. 

Collegednle, Tenn. Telephone 394-2131 



Christmas May Be Illegal 



mtry." 



people have argued ihal thi 
pecis of Christinas associ 
Mill religion run afoul with ou 
constitution's first amendmeni 



after : 



- llian 









ndine.forconstini- 
. Die removal of a 
from the city hall 



■, the Florida branch While such in 

led stale school otfi- relatively new, 
rehgiously oriented represent the firs 



reaction lo the warning was un- 


our Pilgrim Fatliers encountered 


favorable. -U I am handed a 


in New England centered 


ivarrnnt to arrest some teacher. 


around the observance of Christ- 


somebody else will have to serve 




it-I won't", said Sheriff Lehigh 


On May 11. 1659, the legis- 
lature of the Massachusetts Bay 


Wilson of Brevard County. 


In Duluih, Minn., a non- 


Colony enacted the follomng; 


Christian named Gany De- 


"For preventing disorders aris- 


Young, 44, was provoked when 


ing in severall places within this 


one of his children brought 


jurisdiceon, by reason of some 


home a program for a school 


stiil observing such ffestivals as 


Christmas program which in- 


were supersiiliously kept in 


dicated that traditional carols 


other countrys, to the great dis- 


would form a part of the pro- 




gram. DeYoung argued that "the 




school's use of a rehgious holi- 


... that whosoever shall be 


day to present a religiously 


foiuid observing anj- such day as 


oHented program constitutes an 


Christmas or the like, cither by 




forbearing oflabour, feasting, or 


a direct violation of the first 




amendment." His argument 


account as aforesaid, every such 


seems to have carried some 




wHijM^l] 


H 


wW 


nl,£V 


V ' ^SBJ^H 


''^^m, /.1|^. -^ 


llgH 



Plj-mouth Rock, but it has been 
said that it was mor* or less a 
legal expression of the "Puritan 

World by the passengers on the 
Mayflower. It seems that many 
of the eariy settlers were offend- 
ed by the joyous attitudes dis- 
played by some of their neigh- 



In his History of Plymouth 
Planlatian, William Bradford 
records what is perhaps the first 
open conflict over the observance 
of Christinas in the New Worid, 
He notes that on Christmas Day, 
1621, the governor called the 

of the Plymouth settlers excused 
themselves from the order say- 
ing that thei 



There ace nvo fields that you cannot major in at Spicer 
Memorial College. 

1. Snake Charmi,,^ REASON: Lack of Personnel 

2. ImlTumetital Music REASON: lack of Personnel 




Poona 

oncerning a one year teaching tour, 
'. S. If you are a qualified snake charmer please plan to 



■vork on thai 



Brass, Payne Play Thoreau 



when he later ft 

iking and playin 
he wasted little 



of II 



and Larry Payni 
and occupied shelters 
oods near Collegedale d 

ss Carolj-n Luce, assist. 
;sor of English, and lead 



iimeri- Brass stated tl.nt one of Ui. 

David things he enjoyed most durmj 
s they his experience was the lack o 
ers in having to talk. Two boys iha 
e dur- were supposed lo visit him did 
iw up. "Maybe it's a 



knov 



mid 



acy of their he 
\y an attitude 
■lion towards CI 



>f religion 



elderly lady 
AWFULLY 



It learn a lesson from 
■ims. Despite the fact tJ 
ive in a so-called Christ 

lei the observance of t 
,n by our non-Chrisii 
ibors? The significance 



riews Christmas as it is observed 
by Christians, We have already 
noted how some non-Christians 
have been offended by the dis- 
play of Christmas symbols. 



studying Thoreau's Waldcn and re'u"ied to the easier way of 

the conditions under which it l"^ng. "This expenence has 

was written, students were given '«'en different from the different 

conditions, and keep a journal he said. "I have learned a new 

such as Thoreau did in his hut dimension in coldness and 

by the pond. The students" Ea'ned a healthy respect for tlie 

lar assigned research paper. ^""n dampened Payne's hut 

two'bHved'uircddot w-i^wr ff^'' But on Thanksgiving Day 

David Brass, jimior Enohsh ^ ^j f -^ i - "^ ^'!'"?i. j ^ 

■n.jor tn,m Meridian. UlLi- """'"^ '". '.>■' l""""'- Tod.y 



"I built my 



p 




er H 


mother 


™. 


L'" 


"ThSlt' 


sgiving, 


™ 


d-it 


aught 


onlre!" 


SL 




sol^ 


overaber 






ngtlie 


rain and 



THE CHOICE 



the words "XMAS UTES." Probably had no I 
Jhl. suppose, iuBt suppose I wero lo send her an an 






«lr>'? Cai 
v Chri 
«il of COl 



»v Christ 
veil of c 
iding this daj 
is birtli? 
a mytl, or a 



I on a thoughtful f 



'°'^V a gij, through the 

Wailed lor the p<ick< 

f^ia. CRAZY idea. In 




liie Lord blessed m 


y than last 


ceived, b 


esides some people who 
■eady lo buy yet when 


has found many d 


ated that she 
mes when dis- 


Thanksgiving when 




she visit 


d them last sunnner. 


worth of books. 




"It's a 


great lemplation lo sil 


.acts, that she wa 


n't as sure ol 


She es plained 1 




















like to be. ■■Th, 


•s why I be 


laundries and docio 






ung, "but I was im- 




u Able?' pro 


be mailed to her th 


ough a cen- 


pressed 




nram sponsored 


by the SIG 


tral olfice wilh th 




themth 








addresses of people 


who would 




nderrul literature and 


evangelist club) \ 


ill greatly aid 





'}£out£e^(.cent 



Knittel Addresses Nursing Convocation 

Francisco Presents 
^The New Russia" 





; "; I'© » f .0, ^ f '9 n ,9 ,<^ <* ?* ^o 

en itrike out on .rror «ilh no f^ / , ^ f ' 

h \ I '5 I ft i{ >\ I «> < 



Do"s''X™o', 


"s°od"fe'°chlir- 


dent nurses God has intnisicd 
vou in His service. May you 


"Sound of Music" 
Draws 3,900 People 


"All Ifle com 
all life and In 


"jTmlff,™ 


ouch of aiigels. Many are called, 
but feiv are chosen. Choose you 


film. "The Sound of Music." in 
SMC's physical education build- 



H ■ h ti a i h r "▼(Tajnf^rWS of nnrsnig sludenls Shirley Jen- Sunday evening— came lo ap- 

fv.", •»"?.„!„ Ai i«ve«„ »1 ^„Wk^„'n^•Tlh hTfilm'rH, l! (. rV fl n fVflrn^ kins. Matga Martin, Judy Mer- p-ox-imalelv 3.900, According 

ivartnne service. AH 8 yean of iclevisron wiih li.s lilms^ He is .(J H \1 J I M W diani, Elsie-Bae Pike, Narcissa o William Tovloc Colleoe b' 

■SHPrSs ESHSS l^^^^o^'^^ii :~:^:-;™. EHci™!?'^-' 










jc'j "Parade of Favorites" beauties t, 

" *« ncic IVnWu Hall on ite tow to""' »/ ™'C' 
'« -eoon /or ifo duptey o/ touiy u^os l'» poiine o/ 
'-•^r i^e'j onnua/. the VINDAGUA. These young la 

"Jed on iteir lalen, poise, personalilr, keautj, etc. Trw ».;..«; • . i 

'i •••earnest wa., M,1s Taiya THmbk o/ diMmma. She u ™™°",' '5 
•^•hsrilromihekitinlhefromrow. (Photo comptmerils of ''™ »' " 
Co„».... „ f alleraate I 



CITY COMMENCES OPERATION 


Compiled by 


Fuller, tlie conunisi^ioners «-ill 


the land-o«Ticrs in Collegcdale. 


llieCoPvEoiTiNoC^ss 


manager, J. M. Ackcrman, and 


nMc„',™e"p,*;omMh".nTid 


the newly -incorporated town of 


city attorney, Glenn McColpin. 


the previous cost of garbage re- 
moval and fire proteclion, boili 


Collepedale have begun to turn. 


of'et'h'^montMn''r5uIlkmm- 




On February 5, Mayor Fred 


sponsible. SMC plans to contri- 




ing in the conference room of 

Wrighl Hall, on the Southern 






Missionary College campus. 


the college of present plant 


o egf a e ci y c mmis i 


City offices will hopefully be 




r-iiirihnuse office of Chancellor 


set uj". in the College Plaza adja- 


Though Ihe slate charter re- 


It IV Bi-ock in Chattanooga. 


He says that the 3-square-mile 
town, with its 2,500 residents, 


quires only that a city provide 


H'lii'ley, an independent dairy- 


will nol be difficult to govern. 


a'uo^bT*^r[)ro'vide suchTe"rvices 


man, and Bill Hulsey, manager 
of the associated corporations of 


salaried officer of the town, will 


as fire protection, police protec- 


SMC. The Ihree men were elcc 


only work part-time in govern- 


inff next January Tlie fire and 


ted by the residents of College- 


ing Collegcdale, reports Fuller. 


garbage services will [irobably 


dale on January 28, Then they 


In addition, Fuller says that a 


be awarded to firms on a con- 




Code of Regulations \vill hove 






to be eslablished before much 


thai Ihe only probable bidder 




Mnbedoneioiuanneclheto^vn. 




toi) vole receivers, were elected 


The Code ^vill outline programs 


Tri -Community Fire Depari- 




for ■ traffic control, highways. 


menl. now operating by private 


TerTs. Fuller «ill ser^c 


police protection, fire protection. 


subscription within the to"Ti 


less chosen again by the com- 
mission. Hulsey vrill serve for 


garbage removal, and oilier com- 
munity matters. The annual 
budfjet will be approximately 


limits. Police protection, say^ 
Fuller, will be an enlarged 
version of ihc sen-ice that Mc- 


only iwo years before facing re- 


S50,000 starting next January, 


Kco Baker>- and Southern Mis- 



viding for themselves, but unde 




THE COLLEGE PRESS 



hd„-,r-,..ciu,.r^ . . V.LynnN.d^n 




Uilgnol Wnlct 






Ud,„d(^„C^>. 


NclTi FAlnr 














""u dn Y 


Writsn CopyEdi 


ling CUb, Rny Hcl 


Terlin. Lynda 1 


Hughd. Norau Young 


Diiiinc« Mungc "" " " 


Ei.mnA Advinr 






Fmnk K -1U.I 



ATS Uses Karate; Puppets 






"yal a three mVn karate team' 


FEB.-M 


%RC.H CALENDA 






Fehtuarj 




audiences ot the Blairsville and 


Protection Karate Association 






which requires healthful living. 




,ii»"t|..i Mii>ir liMr 










by Beverly Herbrandson, soplio 
more elemenlan- educalion ma 
or from Alexandria, Va., leade 






1. 1 1 1 ! ■ 


from Fletcher, N.C., who has 
his second degree black bell; 


I5-Lv^- 




of Ihe grade school programs. 


Fra, 


u.u. V^r.-n.A i Lliu 


Al^o for the benefil of ih 


tory major from Fletcher, who 






clenienlarv grDUp, Miss Herb 


holds the first degree red belt; 


17 Ki(v 


nis TrivcloL'ue "Pc 


randson created a six-foot wood 


and Cliff Ingersol!, sophomore 


Mflll 


Pinnrinn Iran T 


en cignrelle, representing t\v 
packs of cigarelles, a common 


theology major of Reading, Pa., 
also a holder of the first degree 


day. 


Nicol Smith. Aud 


daily consimiption, laid end t 


red belt. 


18— Cha 


anooga Symphony 


The cliildren were introduced 


for Ihe first time a skil, "Really 


olh. 


ng Wha Chung," V 
1. Tivoli. 8:15 p.m. 










white lo black after smoking 
accumulauon. The youngster 


peciaJly for this field trip by 
Mitchell Nicholaides, freshman 
mathematics major from Char- 
lotte. 

given at the Young Harris MetJi- 
odist College. Music with the 


Belt 
1-SMC 


Louise Lumby, "0 
Concert, All SainL 
el at Sewanec, 81 


Campus Kirchen 


"Clcbanoff Strings 


E,«prFH,.ay9.2 


sented hy a group composed of 







Co/legeda/e Cabinefs, Inc. 

Manufacturers of High Qualify 
Laburafory Furnlfure for Stkook and ho.pilali 

Collegedale. Tenn. Telephone 3H.2131 




College Market 

Offers Selections 

of fresh fruits 

and vegetables 

plus a variety 

of groceries 




'^^^^^^mM^^^ 




brouehl in 


89. 


udpnts ana 21 geograpliica! sc 


h-inl si 


!ttm in 








rid, M 






Allhough 


H.4 6 


oulhcni Union ihc sch 




ocated 


vherevtr 






APARTMENT FOR RENT 






One 


room 


apattment for cwo. 


3nly S70 pet 


month. 


Has cscc 


:cnt 


old showers, cxpansit 


e closet 




JWBld- 




lathr 










neighbor 


. U 


cc-in -a-lifctime chance 


to lear 


to "m 


„,h;. 


vicUsiiud 


cs of 


life with e<^uanimity." 


Never 


sleep? 


Ncvci 


study? Then i 


15 IS the apanment for 


you'. Se 


coirv 


3arner 


or Daryl 
able ofic 


layl 


r at 305 Talgc Hall fo 


thUex 


rc™l, 


reason. 



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MV Chooses Foley as Student Missionary 

H. M. S. Richards, Jr. Te'rry mm.. 
Begins Crusade tlfTslilng 




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EDITORIAL 1 



10 ninlte his references lo Mr. Carey's composition completely 
clear, Mr- Davis requested lliat ive reprint said work along wlh 
his reply- This we liavc done: the reprint is at the top of this 
page on the riplit side. 

ia nol playing possum, but is olive and functioning 



















Sigma Theta Chi 
Elects Officers 



Chi. SMC's \vo. 
been elecled for 
Already, besidi 



from Sinipsonville, Mar>-- 



North Carolina. Mar 



furnish the children of -. 



mda Huffa- 
■eshman elemenlary 
ajor from LaGrange. 



Cursed Be Those Grades 



enough 10 blur ihes 



Upsilon Delia Phi to get 
and even old students a 
ed. A "dating game" 
planned for the futu 
a fashion show, a ( 
Karate exhibition, a bridal shov 
in the spring, and differ, 
activities xvith the fe 
mind. Sigma Theta Chi wH also] 
host academy girls during Col- 
lege Days. 



lals" thai, according 






help to show tho student body tl 



^at^ie^cent 



had lo earn I 
Grades are w 



1 or class offices. Grades arc 
a I secure us scholarships. 



4— Aububon Sodely: 



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Loyoul Edita 






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Copy Editing Cl>w, L,™J« H 


ltSS.7 


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Attention Writers! | 


The 

WahL 
Mike 


deadh 

Lega 
elry g 

Suibe 


ne for oil entries 
cy- is March 4, 
Jes to Judy Rit- 
rose to Mar)' 
Pholograpliy lo 
rland, & any 


ftillen 


LUllUl 


ulions to enji 


Thij 

bigger 
the Ih 


inking 


Lcgaej- will be 
er depending on 
student body. 



ing force here at SMC. Let us 
(ace up 10 the fact and forget 
about the "higher, and nobler 



Rhine," Clifford 
Physical Educatioi 
ing, 8:00 p.m. 



fourteen Qualify for "Who's Who" 



tanding uni 


crsily and 


college 


detils from Sc 


utheraM 


sionarj- 


:ollege. 
















ot tl.e 






ludenis 


in Anaericon 


Universi 


es and 


Colleges," a 


listing of t 


le cam- 


1,000 of the 
or higher lea 


.lion-sin, 


dlulions 


1 directorj 


of dis- 




s been 


piibUshed sin 


e 1934 an 




only the^n 


mei of 


tudenls 


vice to the c 




Icadcr- 








and future polenlial ar 


e decid- 


-dly above a 












'Who's Wh 


" are as 


oDons; 


ludy Bata, a 


business 


dminis- 






^Bedale; 




iologj' mE 




Grafton, V i 




lion major f 


rom Jacl;s 


n, Mis- 


issippi; Gerald Linde 








ni Col- 


egcdale; Jea 


n Lomino, 


on ele- 


mcninry edi 


canon n.0 


or iron. 




^?!GS 




itA 



'Trapped 
White Space' 

(a fabrication) 



c id 


T]i'\,r7J°.rl':j^n 


Rice Addresses 


n 1) 


d,:;'i:'.i;'""ii,:",*;is 


Seniors 


1 ot 


r theme? Do ^ou thmk 


the rudder wll answer lo the 






rock warned Elder Harley E. 






Rice at Senior Recognition at 


TpT 




Southern Missionary College 

Tliursday night, February 20. 

Cider Rico is associate secr^- 




m mauve and burgund> 


nr> of the medical department 
of the General Conference of 
Seventh day Adventisls, Wash- 














rr fT 


t the lolnl impact of our 


honored SMC's 209 seniors. 


':x 


r'lVs"url'of'o"e'lS.e 


rollowing the presentation of 


n'nn' 




SiVlCs academic dean. Dr. W. 


And"Tha'l praj lell. 


M Schneider; SMC's [)residenl. 


ntln 


'cuR.Rod Co'upV. 'fo 


onh hope that the blocks you 
c ntuiue to build into your lives 




t i If ( T 


m J ph ( f l"*"^ bl ) 

M h""iIL > tElTl^lh' 
f Itu] fDan 1 h cour 


' 


w 1 " r k ^^ 


1 b£ f CI W h h se 




ACCEWT INTERVIEWS; 

DR. FRANK HALE 



nearly covered 


»itl) pa|>ers. 


months tryinR lo decide on ihe 


Slockholn 


, Sweden. "He's Uie 


Elphere'r'Sk 




color. Hey, you know what? 


troubles! 
enth-dav 


Adventist hospitals 


™ih uUra-sopli 






ihrougho 


1 the world— known 


ing at breakneck 


peed and lalk- 


al and everything. And since we 
just take the cover off mine and 




ice cited some of the 




aks). -Well, 


make a bell. I'm really glad 
Ihat we decided not lo have 


'iSruie 


ic seniors will encoun- 


girls, I suppose 




hard-backs this year!" 




iulo the -sea of hfe." 




nal deadline. 






e vvill they anchor? 


I'm really c'ad 1 




skirt, jumping up suddenly and 




to make 'Trappc 


While Space' 


dropping her candy bar.) "Hey, 


mitch' ^ 


Vhose hand will ouide 


sve'd aer Bnis 
o'clock!" 




We'd better throw these pages 


the helm 
great re 


dczvous'hist^ beyond 


(Girl in ma 


ve and pink 


P.O. Here, find where tins pic- 


li^es w 


me to rest, wher^ "ill 












"Yeah, I sues, y 










£n"™„dert'e 


TtheTe'sJol 


montage of flying paper and 


saiu'rH 


e'^seaTaboTutloday 




Nielsen: Dr. Hale, in 


your 


d/toner.- 




en,. 


colleges a 


jihnsized the problems 


be 


only recen 


(aced in the field of race 


rela- 


courses in 


lions, but said little 


about 




nictliods by which these 


prob- 




loms should be resolve 


. In 




your opinion should 


tlie 




attack be tlirough legis 


ation, 




llu-ough individual effor 






ihrough some other mea 


ns? 




Hale: My concern is 


that 




die young people, spcci 


callv 




Seventh -day Adventist 






jwople, must lake a very s 


rious 




look at the problems of ll 


day 




Ihat our^rciigiora^TuleT 


bjecl 


have yet tc 


matter studied in our instil 






bcmaderxilevamtolliene 


dsol 










!«red lo elaborate, but 


"^tnt 


™of'.h 


't"'iS;°„°°de°p^nd''» 


this 


Human Re 
agreement 


Ki^ncralion, though not 


nec- 


don't kno 


"^^sanly in a poliUcal sens 


i be- 


schooU no 



Negro history or Negro lit- 
ourse at all, but general 

ind coiitribulions of black jieople 

necessitate a new historiography 

Dur educational program — hut 
tliis etrort will be well worlli- 
vhile if il enables our educa- 


ilock 


at SMC 


blacks, but we 
door policy. Any- 
I would say that 

than you have 


by'lb^tru 


ed in mon 

lage of lo 
oil. Bathe 

he salary 
cms. H«p, 
it is prod 


y, and the 

joys tliat 
ges of higli 
f noble ac- 


1 


1 


|| 


Je bought. 


tudents. and white students for 
iliot matter, lo meet tlie needs 
f our churches and society in 


cipie or op. 
me whethc 


cgaled!"- 


i^tituli^on 



)akwDOcI, isn'l it basically a 
ollege for Negroes? And, con- 
eqiiently. isn'i the SDA denoni- 






■Project Concern- ^^S^-^Xts^ An Evangelistic ■■Coffee Hou.e" 

Aids Vietnam i'jS.Srt i-- MV SpOHSOrS 

laUne over 800 pounds, of "The club member, .nd ^TI.^ ^.mU^t^" 

*"u:-s\t"rvsr.; °|>» ■wf i'SIBi The v a re 

Chi. tJie on-rampus women's but also their Ume lo pack U.c ^,^^„|j'''*'^j^^o[^alsMc!a^evo- Clirist' and Hi^ remriaiU chur 

club 01 Soulhem Missionary things for shipment. inaoQ'- ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^p,^ \oo\^g Also, on Sundays the you 



fed from Marine lion to pap 
1st Ll Wilbur Griffith. Uie College 

Lieut. GrifTuh, a 1966 gradu 



r being donated by 




Morning Star began 



i has 10 nic 
stondords for 
Irnr-. r'-^"' 



ate of SMC, indicated in his 


^^^^^^^^^^^H 


who name the name of CluTist. 


read and write, and assisting in 


correspondence ihe ovenvhelm- 
lafjes near which he is stationed. 


^H^B^B^I 


and this." says Waj-ne Enstep 


disaster rehef and other l>-pes 


HR^^mHBH 


"is Ihe purpose of 'The Gate' ' 


" A^'prerious center kno\vn as 


"Your caslofis," he said, "«-ould 




The result of monllis of rare 


"The Gale" was 0[>ernled during 


be like luxuries to the Vietnam- 


MH- A^mSSa^^^ 


tul planning, "Tlie Gate," i 


llie summer of 1968 by South- 






coffeehouse style youUi center 




"Project Concern," as a re- 


ki^^ttH^H^H^^I 


will be opening in Chattanoogi 


denls. It was located on a main 


sult of Griffith's letter, was i;i- 




the eighth of March. It i 


street of Rosenberg, Texas, a 


iroduced to the women's club 


H^^HHi^ 


located al 1032 McCallieAvenu. 


small town about thirly miles 


bj' Linda Wagner, president of 


and will be open Saiurdny night 


from Houston, and was under 


Sigma Thela Clii. CollecUon 




from 8 p.m. to midniglit. 




boxes were placed at various 


other items by the college, boxes 


The purpose of "The Gate 


Thurb^r. educational secretary 




and postage for the shipment 


is lo help yoimg people who d 


of Ibc Texas Conference, 


were sent to the A. W. Spalding 


were conlribuled by tlie McKce 
Baking Co. under the direction 
ol president 0. D. McKcc. 


but who do have problems for 
\vhich they ore interested in 


The interior of tlie Rosenberg 


working for equality, and if not 


center had a very casual coffee- 


ihal, even superiorily; because I 
really believe that in the next 


Upon arrival in Vietnam, the 
items vnW lie distributed by 


finding solutions. The ullimate 


(Conlinucd on page 5J 






few years you're going to be 




Okay, now thai you've opened 




hearing a great deal about Oak- 


civil affairs officer. Tliej' will 




Hale: I think not only tliat. 


wood College in any number of 


make polaroid pictures of the 




1 think the militancy provides 


fields. 


Vietnamese reception of ihe 


have to have an instant Negro 


for thinking people an alterna- 


Nielsen- I'd like lo read you 


goods 10 send back lo Sigma 




tive, in thai if Ihey listen lo 








those that are moderate, ihey 








may learn something before it 


•''■* """""'"S-, I .""l^'' J'""''' 


possibilities there were. The only 


to do thai, I don't think you'll 


nolion^ lha°"somelhinR can be 


thing 1 was oflered was wash- 


have lo try that hard 


in situations that bring on an- 










eveiylliing was taken away. It 


jerk. It was a kind of ambiv- 
alence in which people would 


ihe mililanl segment of Negro 
society in America is making 


NieUen: Is it possible to 
have some kind of constructive 


promise has no place here, only 


anv contribution to the human 


outlet for Ihe 'reservoirs of 






rights movement? 


billerness" caused by the racial 


matter of justice and right or 


luiL ivr d..ii'l w.iiil^vmi in this 


Hnte: Yes, most definitely. 


problem-or is it loo late? 


no tiling." 




Nielsen: What contribu- 


Hale: I would hate to be a 


Hale: Well. I'm just lalki.i. 


' ' '*"" ''"" ' ''■'■■'■ ;'" 






about tlie fact thai the Ncf;i... 




Halc: I don't support mili- 








lance — violence in any kind of 


I don't think I'd be going around 


hundred vears. hue earned In- 


'"'■ ■'" ■' ' '' ' ' '■ '"■' '' 


way- But I don'l ibink there is 


giving speeches like I attempted 


rii;ht lo the fruits of democr.icy. 


Ihjl' 'Ihe '' mo-!!'" su'ii'!c'a''''bl.i'ck 


any denial of the fact that these 


lo give today. I feel deep m my 






people have made a contribution. 


heart that somewhere along ihe 








line, leadership in iliis country — 


iiislriimcnis. 1 puess. which have 




onlv Ibing that a member oE the 


especially the youlli — has to see 


ilicir place. And I believe that 












understand. Maybe the only 




or sections of Negroes that arc 




ihine he understands is a gun 


servatives who say, "Well, it's 






. . When I look at the Watts 










I think we need lo operate on 






it what it took to build and re- 


principle rather than on tradi- 


But in response lo the people 
who say, "Well, what does the 




slrof^XngisTppeleTn 


tion, and ask what is right. What 






campuses across America. The 


a Christian? What do I expect 



s educated. State or Ohio Sti 



scparale, but unequal — I'n 


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Campus Kitchen 


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Co/legedale Cabinets, Inc. 

Manufacturon of High Quality 

Collegsdale. Tenn. Telephone 39t-2131 



e- And I think we need to snatch | 

chool- Then you were saying lions that are poUlical— (bat ai 

Let's sit down and discuss, and socially oriented, thai are civ 

low when we talk about prob- cally oriented. I belie' 



it hns been monstrous 
pared ... I mean, for th. 

—that's all. 

Mirmcr: How do you feel 





"triveV'^e o1 ^'^'''^ I don'l know what it's ken-hear.ed. the naked, those 
1" Ji Z^' done m the ter^s of altitudes ■" capUv.iy the widows, the | 
It has produced results, orphans, and so lorth. 



avc done thing 


overnight Ihat 


Hale: Yes 


parti 


;iey have been 




there are othe 




ver fifty years. 




got a plane 10 


fltch! 


Waller: In o 


her words, the 




uslgo 



,4) 



niospher 



"piilpi 



Speaker were all youth wh- 
Duld sit casually on a stool i. 
e center of the tobies aw 



Bus. Ad. Club 
Hosts Franks, 
Of Bar Assn. 



II Chrii 
, him. They ■ 



It Hen 



as friend-ic 
ivas no "If yoL 






Jonduct Bible studies but to let 
>ts ask questions about 
teresled tliem. Usually 



'resident of the Chatt; 
Bar Association M 
1 Franks, ad 
y 25 nieeii 
and Offico . 



landing of hu 




Eastep, Brass Start 
'Young World' Program 






ved the ad( 






law 



ig 10 a la^^ 
lat educa- 
most help. 

an advantage or disadvan' 

lick and Fulton Sublctt, were 



Oakwood's 
Hale Here for 
Chapel Talk 



Attendance ai "T 


e Gate" 


da"mmS''S 


s that Satur- 


was, at first, mainly S 


DA leens 


may laler b^ start 












SDA attendance soon 


icked up. 




er may open 






on Friday and Su 


nday nigh Is 


■'Sirzj 


men and 




y mghl. 
The Gale" 

those imder 


SDA church membe 


s in the 


thirty and of ser 


ior high 10 






college age v.ilh 








of occasional o 


ull guests. 


ihey saw that here wo 


5 a group 


speakers, etc. To 


void crowds 




reaUy 




s. SMC stu- 












hippies," 


gel m. These cards 


vill be avail- 


toward the end of th 




able at a designate 
week and there wil 


■^b^'auJled 


when S200 was needed to Slav 


number givei out 


)er ^veek. 


in the building anotl 


er couple 


Said Eastep. " The Gale,' al- 


of weeks, a check 




ihougii backed by 


the MV, is 








student pro- 


an uiterested donor. One nighl 


Sram and only if 


ihe students 








astically car 




eyed tor 


it be a success. Nc 










wople reports that he 


>vas laler 


lliere's a place lor 


you at The 


baptised, SMC slud 




Gate!' " 




ft^?^ 


^ 


^^^H 


H 


tm 


ij 


^k * 


m 




1 




^ 


w::^ 


/A- 




Indians. Later wo slrelched our 



;sible 10 understand i 



iDiiago wai COL- 
9 ihis lemetter in 



lankind will 

oilier family 
wortd-^vide 



I say to you, 
nt of our world 



viou. days as.ey, wasting >von- 








iik 


^i) 


He staled lliat ihc Negro's 

10 less of what every American 
while inherits al birth-the 






imited basis simply because he 


.d.Bli«l ta T 


A. flr/d« 


'""fs'^a ^Ise notion that 


"""' 




somelhmg can be given to 
people from whom everything 
was taken away, II can only be 

and right or nothing . . . It's 


''i°"""rm 


r""' 


fiddling and push forward in a 
iberly and justice for all," he 


' "^- 


,.., 




PIGEON VALLE' 


REST HOME 





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SPORTLIGHT 

On Basketball 



s football, but the Tliompson 






"A" League 12nd half! 



ig for second place, and Wit 
after forfeiting his Tirst Gre 



gnnd and Taylor were lied ai 




''cUnTntade a. mid season 


uUaijo ©ftigtiiafe 


included the inserlion of a new 


FLORIST 


cam, captained by Loren Par- 




dulis, and a complete rc-schedul- 


\ ToZyTlLtTZlil" '"" 


Greene was expected to con- 
inuc his undereated ways, bul 


■ Bnaiililul dccotaled HOME- 






righting for just a tie. 




Action in ihc D League is 


300 McDricn nmd 


eharacicrized by close, hard- 


CholMrooKn. Tcnn. 


"oughl eonies. Presently, Sie- 


Phoiip 892-5067 








MnrKU.nle Holcombo Joj« Loa 






{^^ lAtHeDeUae 


^,ly^fAii:<€cjAiyE=kH 


^- '" FIRST TASTE I^nIY^U 







College Market 

Offers Selection! 

of fresh fruHs 

and vegetables 

plus a variety 

of groceries 




''^out£e^ccent 



Worthington Cu p To CUC In 'VEGE-BOWL' 

SA Needs Money: 

[Must Scrounge for Lounge 



SMC Folds 
To AU In 
First Round 

The College 




ions of [he Student Assotia- "^^^^^^ To'lhc" tudL , 

.Mil Dpen March 17 at 12 • ^, g^ j j ^as seve 

, and close at 5 P-n*.. March ,„^^t„, ,,i,„eil ,o decide 

iccordine to Mark Weigley, ^ ^^^ ^^^- ^^^^^ |„^ jh. 

rman of ihe Election Com- furnishings. President D a v 
^e "Filing will close ^^^^^ ^^^ dedicated as 

promptly at 5 p.m.— make sure ^^^ ^^^ ^^ student body 

you're not late," succeed in aettinc the nei 

_ The General Election 10 dec de . , ** 

■ the SA ofTcers for 69 70 .vill 

■ beheld April 34 nLynn Wood ores Also a press 



SMC Sends 1 Delegate 
To Zurich; 3 with ACN 

■especlively. They v 




EDITORIAL 



SPECULUM 



Mr. Carey's 'Possum 









A Night in 
King Arthur's Court 






'^edit<y>t4. 






Sincerely your.. 

i Stair Caie 









^^edcton^ 





MARCH CALENDAR Jewish Center 

'"nl'^d"' ■■GranTRo'lm' Sells 'LoHclon Art' 
D^;e,S%""nEr.nd Original Prints 



a JewBli Con 



-SMC, "Chamb 
fanillv. Fine / 



the U 



icliiH- 



■■flobiid " Hayes." Tivoli 


t"- . '■' ■ ■V.'V'kl' 


College Market 

Offers Selections 

of fresh fruits 

and vegetables 

plus a variety 

of groceries 


IMfi,-, IHth, 19th ond20lli ccn- 

iiiisjiuncd e5])ccialiy bj' llic Lon- 
don Arls Group. Included in the 
collections ore liihograplis, elcli- 
iiigi. woodcuts, and silk screens. 






Campus Kitchen 


Tlir J.■^vi5b Conimuiiily Ccn- 
ut is lotiiipd at 5326 Lynnlond 
'leiTiice, 111 Brainerd, off the 
fretway at ihe McBrien fioad 







Basketball Standings 

"A" League "C" League 



iV, 


lUchards 


w. 




Wi 


Mullls 


nn 


Tan, 










iV, 


Dickinso 










"Vi 


Facully 




SA ELECTIONS 
APRIL 3 & 4 




VOTE TOMORROW 






Crofton, Futcher File For 
SA Pres.; 2 Posts Left Open 




EDITORIAL 



t^edito^ 



Beards or Blood? 



POGONOTROPHY: it is acluaUy o 



luch prefer dandruff o 



Lincoln. Some like myself w 



sible, the beller. In 



Qti-dly u-lls figure eights. On c 






mtorted The tragedy of it all is that 



sight ihe target. Inevitably, 



s from faced, He would n 



m4 ®^ Qy-\tLuIiL ^^';f^^^^i:^ir^ Et^rvrlltS] AdmwsSMc. I 






^r._!^_.Cipy"E 






^edcton^. '*°'"^''^y' Stevens Best at Talent Night 












1 







i Hono He Cin 
lorni) Merlin 
1 hive been feeling e\ 




Dorm Clubs 
Sponsor 
Dating Gome 

liege labemacle became 
of SMC's version of 

'by Upsilon Delia Phi 
,d Alpha Siema Chi, was em- 
ed bi Alan Liiwrence. 
TIk Lbjecl of the game was 
r a lonlcslant lo choose a rlate 




,ln.ed b, 


lie 


omeslaii 




The n 


SI c 


nteslant 


Diane 


den I had 


or'h 


oose a d. 


"'rem 


amons G 




Whim 






P,F 






Leech a 


npb 


more co 


nmuni- 








obbins. 


a freshm 


11 c 


■""■"T 


major. 










fa"';™', 


'Irse 


•^^'rh™ 




fa^onle'so 


ner 


Miiw 


\v°"l 




Hob 


ins as he 




Dave Be 


rd, 


ey a seni 


rbusi- 


nes! admi 


islra 


Uon maj 


r, was 


After »!ki 




cli of th 


Ihree 


hopeful ba 




relic's queslions 






mtle Pebble 

] 



■- , FIRST TASTE 



Cof/egeda/e Cab/nets, /nc. 

Manuf-cturefi of High Quality ^ ^ 

Collegedale, Tenn. Telephone 396-2131 



n bcliaWoral 

iriday, March 

chaperoned 

*■ Dean Kicr 



College Market 

Offers Selections 
of fresh frui+s 
and vegetables 

of groceries 




Town Crier to Serve 
Tri-Communities 





Collegedale 


mon L. Short, instructor in 


the Tri-Com 


full-fledged community news- 


chich« « 


Siarted as a project in Copy 


ChBlliinoogE 
to Co liege da 



V be printed at tlie Col- 



Mot^o 


©Jigiiiofe 


FLORIST 1 


. Compute CO 


Hrfcns™-J/o^ '™ 


"""■■«" 


ur Not Eipenlve 


Ch.n. 


"""•■ ^""' 



nillege and the Collegedale city 


and human m 


erest stones aboa 








city officials have expressed an 


Like pictures? 


t they are doing 


interest in the publication. 


and photo essay 
n Crier reporter- 


The Town Crier will cover 


wll help Tow 


events m Collegedale, Apison 


tell the story. 




jind Ooliewah but wU not cover 


The staff a 


so plans column 


Southern Missionary College 


of opinion, ho 


v-to-do-it, hobbies 


sludent programs and affairs 


letters lo the 






InlonnalJon 


about the Tow 




Crier is availa 


>!e from Leamo 


\Vliat service ^vill Uie Town 


L. Short, Eos 


211, Collegedale 




Queen 

for a 

' "SA-limrtt Courtesy Day 

Wran.-sUiiv. April 9) 

Sd MS, Man fSsa wif 




■SftlNAME 


JUNIOR E«TERP«ISE CO, ^^J\ 


Jis. '• 


\ 


.gS . «DD»ESS 




*1' „ 


@25C EA. PLUS IOC HANDLING CHG. , 


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(EXTRA SAVINGS 5 '^||'|_''_^_^^_"^_ *'__'____ J 




^^outffeS^ccent 



SMC Joins Broadcasting Association Futcher Wins Bv 

The Soulhem Missionary Col- is eligible for full membcrsliiij lo ihe time ivlien ive can in- 

17 -Vote Margin 



of Dr. Don Dick, rcccnlly be- college, 
rnme an ossocinte member of Ai present SMC of(i 
1 for Professional hours of bropdcnsling 




' of Minmi. They relumed 
10 SMC on April 1. 
,The 108 species of birds re- 
" colleciively for the class 



WELCOME, SENIORS 



EDITORIAL 



»./ t^ecUtofiA 



SPECULUM 



DITOR'S NOTE. The opmhns ;laU-d in t/ur lolhiimg .-dilonal 

■e solely t/ie writer's and arc not necessarily llw official stand of 

w SOUTHERN ACCENT, the total editorial staff, or Southern — 

fisslonary College. However, in view ol the current discussion Beflrd Bulf Bach Bar, 

ilhin our denomination of the proper relationship of the SDA to Drar Lynn, 

ar, wc feel that this point of view sltould be presented for our Mj, humorous nay m ihe Ap 



iaHtiwi^ 



A Critical Look: 



Mmntists and the Draft SHS 



'^oatiPeSnccent 



ig'^or'^^crto tommcm "on 


perience concerning Ihe diet aubjugatod upon Iho sludsnt body. 






?MCrbpn'cd'*birn "ii '^^'™"-l 


Ihal there is someono, aomewhere. Ihal has a alrong dislike (or 






■\1rto. lobv,.u,lv) -hn, 


in Ih°ll^cJoU^ cai^^T ThZ^i^odlnyi^glu°TchTo\ 


SSSf.i'i'Ei' 


wli^r.!, t'hr^d"wL"bun^g ^ovl.'""^''' "°""'°" *" 


if " «,l™m/lhl^'GW iim^ 


The next lime^you^place y^^"J^*'1^''°'''^^J '"'^ii^'"' ™^ 


hurno.^n'll^.l>in2'"-Jj^^l£ 


... Ihe caicleria building is tolally inodequale lor storage. 














Ihnl -bcaidi ore now a purl 


□nd dtinks. 








. . . Iheie isn't slolf personnel sufficient lo handle Ihe num- 














,Ht;,'l';'!,rfn;,ryo,™nr,;iy 


SolurdoY nights. (Perhaps Ihis is a psychological encourage- 


' <.-.;T,m,s.™„<.,l A.iv.n.is.i Lo 


"" . . lot those who are under Ihe impression thai Ihe coieleria 


,'rTl m'"'!"^,,'" "^'"^"^^"'^ 


is rivaling McKee Baking Company in proli Is— consider: During 






,t r„[,r,.«ion rw,.Lv,-d from 


S15.30 a cose; apples trora S5.50 lo S8.75 and S9.56 a case: pola- 


^i X^.lon'uT'u'rZ^n""' 


toes from 13( lo 17» a pound. The cost to Ihe sludent has ro- 


ra^^^! 


°"™^. . the fr^^service is inleresled in working with the SA in 








"'.■>' 


... Mr. Luce has extended on invitation lo the student body 




lo make known lo him, by nole or personal visil. any ideas and 




Buggcslions — he will be moal happy lo do whal ho can concem- 






.■"..:'/.■■"'„,.', ';:"!H 


ENIOY YOUK LUNCH!!! 


"jj,""" "°'' """'■ 


Ol late Ihe communication system of SMC has been in bUfls 


MS'rNicholoiJo, 






The INTERCOM idea is overwhelming— Phanlom Intercom 




—When, Where. How do you meet. Are you able to perform a 


□r. Clark Pralted 




Helping Brolherhaod 


middle of Ihe ollemoon?? announcing a meeting that evening?? 


," c.ll,„ ,„„„ ,h„, .„ 


° L° peacd^"!ilumblr°he fire siren shrieks ... it doesn't stop 






,.,. ^.•■lu, [; h.HM ^h.,n«r.. 


slightly lo vTitncss white, Dully smoke billowing under Ihe door. 


' .,' ■• '•:,''•: I'v .. 


A Ihoughl pervades Ihe haied mind ... the building is burning 




have been no fire drills? Pull Ihe covers up over your head and 


■*::■:,:,;,::;: ^..rz 


^° Now'lhat the SA ha. been beaten lo death and pu, under- 






ccivcd B IIliT>nn>>iid.r^"oH" 


As the reader glances al Ihe various communicalions Ihrunl 




upon him in Ihe dorm (news lo nole). the discerning reader will 














,i..',"a,!'L,ij°™',rmS,™ 


member ol Ihe sludent body . . . change schools so the problem 


i™"',s,d, ''."!*';.»"■£,;; 


Perhaps if wo try harder. 


?dEHiF3s;s 


(Continued on page 3, columns 4 and 5) 


*iL'h',m,;'';s°;jr,'Z'to 


B^nornl ,iudcn. r.lr.M ,o ih. dunRoon dcHahlod tor ihii pn-gram and ai tor 


'^.^'"»'°P'"* 


l:';^>l;!;:::, ;^et^u!^™.^;|; -^'^^m^,..^^. .u... 


i/t.,.y\]""'"''"V'"° 


i.,^,,.;,,,:.:;,.::;;:. ^ 


^rant.. aa un or- 






Lb W^, 


d.fttlor lor Ihe Soijlhoni'''l/n"oMi"f i"? yoiHh dSc.lT to P'«'"^'^B 


ll P«itor Ldudi HHES 


Tou^'^lt'on^nol'^^^^-Pautmne" Mving miL^noo''w"k «'* ° '"™'"" 


or; 


S^^^oo'cS ""^riir's "d''''' '""^■^ t^^convaiiing as hii counwrpart o»er- 


I'SSfsE 


ni "tfn.ihir'i?"''o'clii:k ""wany °^on^ ^o"' 5*8""' Club on campiu is wjl; 
Advenliiti have expressed ihcir appre- '"8.'" '^plnm "">■ «^""'* *"" J„ ^ 




^ 


-X^U^y''^\^^n \^^L "i^ '"(Contini^d page i, column V 



Oakwood Group Presents 
^^Negro Kaleidoscope" 



: in "Negro Kaleido- 
e al SMC on April 8 
by sludenls from Oakwood Col- 
lege. The program was thought 
provoking, serious, involved, but 
■ nroughly delighaul. 




EDITORIAL (Confinued) 



. ppiauZg' ATS Holds 

rsonolly, I can't add any more 

;'^pplS£l%"a^evc' Essay Contest 



)ve liked 
-nd if Ihe i*rfonnancc had ihis « 

properly publkiied by mcnlior 



r club essay 
ccepted until 

W include: 



SPECULUM (Confinued) 






the English department or ar 
of the temperance club oRice 
will give suggestions lo potenti 



Ob- double-spaced, and subi 

Dr. Ackerman, ATS sponi 

1 B,u. Jim Cress, vice-president 
oluUy <^''arge of on campus acdviti 




DlUe D ebbie 



College Days Begin As 
450 Seniors Arrive 



EDITORIAL 



(Phoros by Morris) 



The Bait 



Southern Missionary 
is host 10 approvimaie 

who began arriving on campu 
during the weekend for SMC 
" Days. 

gforthelrt'O-da; 

Union academies and sch( 
plus approirimal 







I Open House, Class Visita- 



IN CONCERT 




Saturday^, A/Vay lOlili 




Reverse Courtesy Day Works Girls Like Slaves 

(Photos by Mike Givensl 





The <lower! of Spring 




So are the 


peop 


e . . . 






1 


'lElSr "^ 


Wv^r 




■ 


mH*^ 


^ 




1 


9^ 


r^^i 


r^ ^S:' 


-I 


PQ| 


'd 


1 \ 


^ 


^ 


1 



ind the sun and Old Gloi 



md the baseball equipment. 




W'^^^^ccent 



Davis Describes Plans for New Library 





F™«. „d T-ta J Ad„«„ _ _ 


VilLom H Toylor 


l-O, l-AO 


l-A 


What Does Each 


Entail? 


Come Find Out Saturc 




Elder Clark Smith I 


LH2I8, 6:30 


P.M. 


Bring your questions anc 


yolir opinions. 









ACCENT 1-^TERVlE^VS; 



ROLAND R. HEGSTAD -- Ncw Youth Mogazines Near Reality 




piililicntion tha 


would be Ihc 


tlie scope of ihc 


m has not been 


lisb a chu 












Actually, I 










in the academy 




^enl on this pos 


3.11 '"ru 


or of Liberty 




n llie colleginle 






which .peaks n 


eaningfully for 


ages of 18 to 


J, It lias been 




vill siv lliat if the 




le religious lib- 


proposed thai 


11.0 coUegiale 


ni.v'loputo 


.'l'.1ou™lToC.ei 




s thai I would 


Adventisl as w 


11 as Adventisl 


the needs o 


some 70 million 




on as edilor of 










Olio of Ihe new j 


null, ioumals on 




mith magazine 


church who 


don'l have one Ad- 



felt that 
he edilor 
basis fro 

illy this: 



mil them out during ihe middle be a montJi c 

■f Uie year. Oic first issues of ihe now magn- forth certain conditions 

Of course, we do have 7.ines. In other words, the iicccptance which ha 



,%itl also be making Youll,\ Inslru, 
unsolicited manu- ln,iruc,or isn'' 
are of good quality. ,his is adequat 



Hegstad: I don'l know \i 
,viil come first. To my ki 
:dae no deadline has been s< 



wl- opemling as a weekly and t 

for stable of capable Advenlist wt 

hat ers is not sufficiently large, 

bli- my estimation, to sustain 

not weekly of real merit. 



I have taken other jobs to which Accent: Wl 
they may be committed for al at the present 
some period. Basically there lo tlie prodiic 



1 the bulk of Ihe 
iblicalions depend 



the General ConI 



SC Supports l-AO 

GC's Clark Smith Replies to Waller -1-0 vs. 1-AO 



i'm'Lsue'of '^''"''' ^"'^i'^" 
\heRevleu> and Herald had ap- ''• ' 



Uglll 


■essu 


"v'rij 


L°r°'.'":.i"rln:'"j:e"; 




orlJ 


- Anv 
which 


this Salurdoy. Moy 10. at 


chur 


hsi, 


uUho 


qy.stions. 



ere his cli 
ividiial m 

land. The pastor, the leach 
dormitory de; 
ard bell 



slill 1 



Dbably 



laking'such Ihinking of the church Iwdr 
swings in that direclion, a 
statement undoubtedly would be 
voled. 
nd 10 reinforce Uie ap- Tlie stand of the Adventisl 
incerity of a personal Church is stil! llint of non- 

Uiey should be factual, requires considerable personal 



Tore' Ihc "cdiloriaTwas !■>« unforlunale confrontation of 
lied, Willi the factual expla- the Catliolic Church and Galileo 

die demands 
through Uie 



Selective Serv 
tien that way- 



pred, the I-O p 



10 read the facts. Limited s,. , , , _.. „„„ unon mm mrouan me 

proliibits repeating lliese facts its involvemenls had been Scriptures is lo serve his country "^ ciiurch attendance, the habit sides can meet on the ballletield 

''^^'^ s*"<3ied by ihe church. Il will as a noncombalanl- but, if tliere 

Tho same .dilori.il „l]s for tonlmue lo h« seriously con- „, those of its niettbir, who 

ine Advomisl Church lo cast oft sidered but, as one gels closer f^^i constrained by iheir con- 

I Ihc stand on non-com batBiicy to the jiacifist posiUon, it is science lo go beyond the sland standards, and all discoverable suffering humanity ra'hcr ihan 

iind take Ihe position of Ihe 1-0 immediately apparent U.at il is „f ,He church and take an face's, of U.e^individuaU hjc seeking lo be relieved of ^^the 

ation, Ihe pacifist posi- not a panacea or cui'e-all for the i„aividual sland on the 1-0 '" ^ "" " 

1 lie draft — or al least to multiludinoiis problems of t^jsiiion neither the Adventisl 

?qual force and leaching, militap" obligations for the Church' nor Uie present law 

Ihrisuan. (altes ,iiem lo lask. They must 

The historic position of the reahze, however, Uiat their sland 

Wventisl Church has always is their own and not the church's 



uUa/ijo ©/liginaCs 


FLORIST 


• Beaiililul decorated HOME- 


Oiwintfh-o B.I Nol E>p«nivo 


ChflltanooBo. Tomi, 





stuiiy by t 
draft board, 
the A 

rch ill so doing. He 






[ l!iB I-C 
tents' of 'heliof hat 



ofoparUcnIarchtirch.Hot 
he must convince liis draft 
of the genuineness of hi! 
ional reUeious conyictioi 



Co//egeda/e Cabinets, /nc. 

Labo,ato"'K'n»:;r'f.°'s"Sl,''.°o!'Tl..pit.h 

Collegedde, Tern. Telephone 396-2131 




Beetles and Stolen Bases 



\ found: A Use for the 'PonF\\ 



rnal's lea 


m played Be 


inda 














H there. 


but, Linda 


said. 


■hal's all n 


ght.we-Uslarl 










OCiUOUld 


ave probably o 


sked 


r a forfeit. 






the dorm 






Girls can- 


be cxpocied to 




(liUvleKly 


QS the rdlows 





mil 


^^ 


!\y. a girl has a 




I Summer School Registration 




'}§>ut£e^ccent 



SMC GRADUATES 163 IN SPRING EXERCISES 

Is/MC Personnel to Help ACN 
ICover Zurich Congress 



1 



> 




I Left to right: Norrr 



South 



I ACN Stdff 
ft to rlgh 

Five members from the 
I Southern Union and SMC will 
official rapaatje'; at the 
I World Youth Congress 



r,.li,io.s .rutV ond d- .odoasPauldidwhenhehiTd KolC UndSOy AwWd 



I Net' 



dl Hialeii 
ith the Advc 

(ACN). The ACN of SMC and CUC re5ppctl^eh 






^oii ivlio entitled I 
:uc from the class 



liey were not disobedient lo ih 

' Speaker at Ihp Friday eveni,! 

:ns!ell. a former SMC acadpiri 
Jean who told the class that Ih.: 
'nuisl make iheir religion rel 
^■iint to modern society," 



staff of 13, headed bj 

secretarj of the rector at the Yo 

I General Conference Radio TV and Hometw will 

n SMC Pacific Present plans 

;, Loma IJnda hour-l 

I College, and recen 

I from three of these colleges. Tentative ] 

i from SMC will be stress Advt 

I the following; Dr. Don Dick, on a global 

' ■ ■ - ■ i Communica- be placed 

t, and official flavor of ll 

' the ACN at church, I 

ill be directly arotmd the 

lie Youth Con- food, the s 

; Bay Winner, youth of the SDA church and 

senior' communications major placement on the world in a 

and manager of WSMC-FM, Christian perspective. 
who wll be the voice of the A special attempt %vill be 

I ACN at Zurich, serving as the made to interest particularly tlie 



ence, and then 
Her words to 
[ was not dis- 
? heavenly ii- 




Roof, Zollinger Win SA Cabinet Posts ^';^7^^j; 



clion May 21 and 22, Rui 



.1 ciibiiict member and will s 
in on senate meetings, makin 

cedure is ii4d. and prosidin 

when the SA vice-president doe 
not preside, 

• bylaws of the SA Con- fercnce. The'n' 
scniod bv Mrs. F 
of Madison. Tcnn. 



r, this a«ard i- 
medical-dental 
.entucky-Tenne 



Tended to a 



held this 



I the SMC public relal 



phrased it 



a Zurich 
lings. Th( 
led, howi 



Elected parliamentarian. Ail- 
ing a post that had not yet been 
filled, was Terry Zollinger, a 

sophomore math major from 
Collegedale, Tenn, He drew 279 



Hen 



her sophomore year on the Mad 



Fire Alarm Announces ^Memories Arrival; Dedicated To Miss Luce 




EDITORIAL 



College Papcri i Church Doctri 



1 I SPECULUM ~^ \ 

Afot less r/i/nft/ng- ^o.,..o ,..,..- ^'S!!!,![°t?i!flS^^^^ 

\wsx More Jhoughtfulness £5'|£|f jfH| ^§i^^i^§§t^^S^^^^ 






pi BverYlhing as trulh?" . . . ■■Ctm Ibere 


an Army hoipilaJ. ihal dealt lor Iho 


rWs ome40'/ o! tho slu 


ent body, considered 


bout ovorag 


g religious viowpoints ol cantroveray lo 


tlendonce for a weekday r 
















M tho unquestionable right to think, in- 






specific queries. Fea 




mula.o opiiiions. Ellon G. White spoke 


^or^ct™a'li'ci''^"«nl moro anil 


recialed by the students we 


e the good company, 1 


o cleanliness 


open thought when she said: 


""£^'^ild;^lNvjJddrj^^^ 


md Ihs congeniality ol mos 


ol the statl. Most co 


nmon genera 










^XV=°r^w,Uoutetor''TJ°'la1! 


riBh "'i'*"h;r'^v:rr '^: tv.^ 


ourteay by the staff. 

On the specific questio 


^, tho students leh Ih 


.t: 






1, Vegetables, in parti 


ulai, were not salty 


enough (60' 












□1 make error into truth, and truth 


Ijcllor ^"]l"^l^ ,"*" Perhaps^ «ci^ho 


2 Present servings are 


orge enough (60% vs 


20%) 












oc. (REVIEW AND HEHALD, Doc. 20, 


pii i'liid r^iii^'iTiS^^si?" lid 


(90% plus). 


vs. 45%) 


.acou.eo. 


ctrines wore boing croalod, Why should- 


t^Tliupi^ =h. d.>^nt^^n.abic thal^^kr 


Music was appreciated 


by nearly all, but mol 




to teat tho "truth" today? 


llipm nol to repeal llic acls" i^. for 


adio speaking programs w 


hieh sometimes are h 


ard. 


1 creative judgment does not give any 


c'^mCrumt' nb!,tl Z^'^k!do\\^'^^<: 


Almost haU admitted 


aving cafeteria equip 


ment m the 


or tho right to change tho doctrinal poai- 




















raony muBl characterize the church if il is 


"""l'™-! HV thai mjne it ihe tvpicil 


,vith some suggesting a flat 




ntg lo a doUa 













let's Personalize Mass [ducation 



indifferent, sophisticaii 
education of today, an. 
subtly the traditional ^ 



acuity can becoi 
;ds of the 
udents m 
the students would w 



only ^i^Q g;j,|g insfructor 
Trainees Attend 
piive to Atlanta Workshop 



mlly brought to light. 



and the ability to surviv 
absurd. . ." Mary Osti 



vividly to the 
faculty would be a I 



student-faculty clashes. 



"School should solution is no less imiwrtant. In- 

lenging, maybe creased understanding of the 
faculty by the students 



Co/fegecfafe Cabinefs, fnc. 

Manufadureri of H^gh Quality 
Laboratory FurnltLfe for ScSoolt and Hospiiali 

Collegedale. Tenn. Telephone 396.2131 




ll,cir syilem of educalion. 


in the opposite extreme as pre^- 


SImvly .™d insidiously llio 




Boldon ora of ll.o ont room 


campuses- 


school hos given way to ihe 


Where does this leave South- 


SMC Receives 


college, along with other Sev- 


Grant From 


enth-day Adventist colleges, has 
become much like the universi- 


Sears, Roebuck 


ties of the world in secularizing 


A $500 grant has been award- 


copied the educational patterns 


ed to Southern Missionary Col- 


of public universities and as a 


cge, Collegedale, by Sears, Roe- 


result, student unrest is per- 


juck and Co. as a part of a total 




one million dollars in unrestrict- 
ed grants distributed recently by 
Ihe Sears-Roebuck Foundation 
under a continuing program of 


ls there a way to stop this 
from coming to Southern 
Missionary College? Realizing 

educational system outlined by 


aid to privately supported 


ing to Wade Benefield, local rep- 


E. G. White is an impossibility, 


present situation. First, a free 


In announcing the distribu- 


discussion of this problem «ilh 


tion for the 1968 grants, Bene- 


facultj' and students is a neces- 


Tield said participating colleges 


sity. The seeming apprehension 




of the faculty to even discuss the 


will share in grants totaling 


subject of student imrest and stu- 


533.000. 


dent power only aggravates the 






to help systematically private in- 


Better communication be- 


stitutions of higher learning 


tween the students and faculty 


meet their financial needs. 


must be developed. An informed 


Altogether, more than 700 
colleges and universities from 


student body is an agreeable stu- 
dent body. The communication 


coast to coast will receive Seaifs 
Foundation granU. They are un- 


lines this year, as in the past, 
have been almost non-existent. 


resirieicd to allow the schools to 


Each teacher and faculty 


allocate their funds according to 


member must become interested 


their greatest needs. 


in each student as an individual 


In addition to its grant pro- 


^vith feelings and opinions, and 


gram, the Foundation during the 


volvcd in educaUon. Tiiis in- 


of 5900,000 in a variety of 


volvement must be stimulated 


scholarships and other types of 


by tlie teacher in the classroom. 


education programs, bringing 


A boring lecture hardly provides 


"i total expenditures for higher 
Mucauon purposes this year to 


stimulation and involvement. 


THe inclusion of students in 
the administration may be a 


appro.\iniately §1.9 million. 







SPORTLIGHT 

On Softball 





house. Thre. 


games wer 


not 


B. MacAlpine 














voiving Colli 






Hand 








ding 






one \vith Sammer, there \ 


ould 


Kier 


ihroughout ihe entire season, 


have been a 


tie in ihat le 


ague. 


J, Pleasants 


Perry's learn lost several cnidal 


BL»9 


e Standings 




B Leagus B 


and gave Croflon and Stepanske 




V L Pet 


an 


Name 












A Slepanske viclory over Perrj- 


Colla 


4 " 667 


2 


Myers 


on Ihe final daj' of ihe season 






? 




made ihe four-ivay tie possible. 






av. 


Hayner 


A quick look al the slalislics 






:>i^ 




show thai Hand's learn led ihe 






31/0 




leagMe in batting, with nn aver- 


Shellon 


3 e .333 


+'/? 


J. logcrsoll 


age of .275. Slepanske, Croflon, 










Johnson, and Perry follow in 
order. Top pitchers were Love- 


Covanaugh Sweeps Giris 


Pierce