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FSU Varella - Registration will be conducts on Monday, August...
Registration will be conducts on Monday, August 26, -am Tuesday, August 27. All students are to report for identification validation on Monday according :o the following s c h e d u l e : Seniors, 8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m.; iuniors, 9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.; so- phomores, 1 0 : 3 0 a.m.-noon; "reshmen S-Z, 1 p.m.-l:30 p.m.; [reshmen L-R, 1:30 p.m.-2 p.m. freshmen E-K, 2:30 p.m.-3 p.m. and freshmen A-D, 3 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Academic schedules for all students who pre-registered will be distributed in Compton Gym- nasium following the I . D . Validation, Students who do not have an I.D. card may secure one at the Audio-Visual Depart- ment in Pullen School on August 26 or 27. The final phase of t h e academic registration will be on Tuesday in Compton Hall with students who r e c e i v e.d in- complete schedules reporting at the following times: Seniors, a.m.; juniors, 9 a.m..; so- phomores, 9:30 a.m.; freshmen -Z, 10 a.m., and freshmen A-K, 10:30 a.m. New students who have not pre-registered may register by reporting to Compton Hall at 1 p.m. only on Tuesday. Late registration will take property of the Adminis for the 135 line by Del mean; high Bloom moun persons and were delegate and the this ** will Beall The Set will be t h e Depart- the for to Dr bv * J» " iTo 4 ,, « urged oppor- TB. Late Registration Slated Next Week At Frostburg State - D r . Nelson P. Guild, president of Frostburg state College announced today the schedule.for the final under graduate^registration for the fall semester and also re* f"T*3ti^rQ c f f i f f ' T - - - v*lC a CUmiUS* Man Dies Of Injuries Received In Mishap Orpha E. Benson, 68, of RD ., Oldtown died today at Sacred Heart Hospital of i n j u r i received in a two car crash 11 days ago on Route 51 near Paw Paw. Mrs. Benson was a passenger in an auto operated by her daughter, Mrs. Harriett Dixon, 27, of RD l, Oldtown, who was seated at Sacred Heart for con- tusions and abrasions and then released. The driver of the second car Claude C. Twigg, 48, of RD 1, Paw Paw, was taken to Memorial Hospital, where he was treated and released also. At the time of the accident ilace on Wednesday, August 28, through Tuesday, September 3, at the registrar's office for Ml- ime undergraduate students, and at the admissions office for part-time undergraduate stu- dents. Classes begin on Wednesday, August 28, at 8 a.m. Assuming duties i at the col- lege are Mrs. Sarah L. Donohue of LaVale as assistant project director for Student Special Services; Don R. Moore, II, of Decorah, Iowa, as " assistant director of the Lane College Center, and Thomas C. Varella of Marquette, Mich., as an academic counselor. Mrs. Donohue was graduated cum laude from Texas Woman's University in 19SS- and was awarded a Master of Arts de- gree from the University of Maryland in 1969. She taught freshman .Engu'sh from 1966 to 1968.while a graduate assistant at the University of Maryland. From 196S to 1972, Mrs. Donoiue was a member of the English fa eulty and a student teacher supervisor at Hillside High School. Hillside,'New Jer- sey. Locally, she has directed the children's play of the Junior Women's Civic Club of Cumber- land. Mrs. Donohue resides with her husband in LaVale. Mr. Moore comes to Frost- burg from Luther College where he has been assistant dean of students and program director last academic year.. / He has also- held the positions of assist- ant program director for the University Union at the Univer- sity of Northern Iowa, 1972-73; and teacher of social studies at Mayo High School in Roches- ter, Minn., 1971-72. A 1971 graduate of Luther College, Mr. Moore also holds a master's degree in education conferred by the University of Northern Iowa in 1973. He is a native of Decorah, Iowa, and is married. Mr. Varella joms the Frost- hurg State College staff after serving since 1973 as the direc- tor of the black student pro- gram at Northern "Michigan University. He was also a counselor and chairperson of the human rights commission at NMU. The new academic counselor earned at'B.A. and M.A. de-! grees from the University of Rhode Island in 1971 and 1973. Mr. Varella is married, has one child and is a native of Kingston, R. I. on Sunday, August 11, a M a r y l a n d State Police spokesman said that the Twigg vehicle was headed south on State Route 51 about five miles west of Paw Paw when it sud- denly crossed the center line and struck the Dixon auto, which had swerved to avoid the collision. The Dixon car came to rest on the guardrails on the left side of the road while Mr. Twigg's auto finally stopped in the northbound lane. A native of Spring Gap, Mrs. Benson was a daughter of the late., William and Henrietta (Stout) DuVali. Mrs. Benson was a member of the Oliver Grove United Me- thodist Church. Surviving are her husband' Wilbur S. (Pete) Benson; two sons, Leslie E. Benson, Mexico Farms, and Frederick L. Ben. son, Baltimore; three daughters. Mrs. Dorothy Scheible and Mrs Dorothy Bees, both of Bal- timore, and Mrs. Harriett Dix- on, Oldtown; one b r o t h Claude DuVali, city; one sister, Mrs. Marie Benson, city; eight grandchildren and one great- randchild. Friends -will be received at the Scarpelli Funeral Home from 7 to 9 p.m. today and amorrow from 2 to f and 7 to 9 p.m. . Services will be conducted at l ; p.m. Saturday at the funeral lome by Rev. Cecil Smart. In- terment will, he in Oliver Grova Cemetery. More Rain Predicted In Region _ Steady rain, perhaps nsavy afe limes, is the outlook . through tomorrow for the Tri-State area, the National Weather Servica aid today. Precipitation is being caused by a tropical depression lying off the East Coast, Tim Thomas', NWS observer here said. Until rain began early today, ie city had received only 1.19 inches this month, compared to a normal for the period of 3.4SV Highs during the period \vill be about 80 while nighttime Iowa will be in the 60-55 range, Mr. Thomas said. Yesterday's high was S6 and the overnight low 63. City, Area

Clipped from Cumberland Evening Times22 Aug 1974, ThuPage 15

Cumberland Evening Times (Cumberland, Maryland)22 Aug 1974, ThuPage 15
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