Rebecca Zubik -- Lee College Cast of Born Yesterday

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Rebecca Zubik -- Lee College Cast of Born Yesterday - February 2,1972 'Born Yesterday' Cast Named At...
February 2,1972 'Born Yesterday' Cast Named At LC Great Yesterday," a play written and originally directed by Gary Kanin, has been cast at Lee College. The cast members are as follows: Elyse Turla as Billie Dawn; Tim Stone as Harry Brock; Richard Thomas as Paul Verrall; Garry Morrow as Ed Devery; Cecil Turner as Senator Norval Hedges; Becky Zubik as Mrs. Hodges. Also, John Powell as Eddie Brock; Ray Aaron as the assistant manager; Fannie Turner as Helen; Jimmy Conwell as a jellhop; Bobby Howard as a Bellhop; Laura Billingsley as the hair stylist; Rita Ryan as the manicurist. SI2E canned the best! All FoodClub you quality you'll join our Yesterday" is a delightful play that rockets through three joyous acts taking potshots at our legislators, racketeers, time-servers and tarts. From the wisecrack in every sentence, to each smashing curtain line, this satirical play is loaded with plenty of action. The play will be presented March 3, 4 and 5. Thurman Rowlett is the drama instructor. FILMS The LC film series presented the highly acclaimed film f Blow Up" Jan 27 in the uditorium. , The film, starring David Hemmings, Vanessa Redgrave and Sarah Miles was one of a series sponsored by the college. Admission is free, and the next film will be shown next month. Dale Adams is in charge of the series. SWIMMING He will offer general information about the Marine Corps. BSU The Baptist Student Union at LC has been very busy this year. Each Thursday the organization sponsors a 25 cent luncheon from to 1 p.m. at the Baptist Student Union. At these luncheons, pamphlets and new testaments are given out. This is done in connection with the BSU's all over the country as a type of witnessing on campus. At these meetings there is a guest speaker who explains the literature given out. At 7 p.m. on Thursday, the organization meets to discuss the topic brought up at the afternoon session. The organization has formed a choral folk group. The members are Terrie Thompson, John Savell, David Killer, Pat Barfield and Debbie Crow, guitarist. The union is also planning a trip to Brownville during the spring break. MUSHROOM 99 LC swim team is prepar- ig for their upcoming meets ris season. Members of the team are Bill Taylor, Tony Boyle, Micki Susan Ziegler, John Cappleman, Gary Woods. Kathy SG The Student Government at LC has been plagued with not only exessive resignations but financial problems. Paul Cantu, sophomore president resigned from the post at the last meeting. His position and other vacated posts will be discussed at the next meeting. The SG sponsored concert, featuring Trapeze, has posed the financial problems. Ross Sterling High School, where the concert was held, is asking for $1,800 in damages. This sum includes auditorium rental, a fee for a professional cleaning crew and replacement of carpeting. A motion was made at the meeting to negotiate for a ower fee. They are going to review the contract at the next meeting and vote then as to Beverly Guy, Mike Jansen, Frank OSCAR Taylor, Jensen, Wanda Howard and udy Rigg. Their first meet will be at the end of February. From this me on they will have one every two weeks. They will meet with such DELICATESSEN as San Antonio College, Del Mar, Alvin, Galveston and Brazosport. The conference swim meet is scheduled for the last week in April. Ron Ummel is the swim oach. LEISURE One of the most popular courses at LC this semester is leisure time activities. Leisure time activities is a one hour physical education course. It give the student an opportunity to take one hour 3Ut of the day twice each week i pursue leisure time interest Activities offered are pool |ping pong and bridge. It is a co course with a maximum en rollment of 35. Ron Ummel is the instructor IMC The Instructional Media Center at LC is a non-profit aic to the faculty and personnel. Tests, programs, posters, pamphlets and other literature eachers needs are typed and printed there. Supplies such as projectors, what will be paid. Dr. Alton Laird has rejected the council's idea of bottles in the soft drink machines and the use of cups is now being debated. The state convention will be April 27 - 29 at the Flagship in Galveston. The SG meets every other Monday night, and it is an open session. VISITORS Last Thursday, students from Dayton High School visited the LC CAMPUS. They toured the school and acquainted themselves with a college routine. They also used le library facilities. OPTI-ETTES The Opit-Ettes, a girl's club at LC, are planning a party on Valentine's Day for their club beau. Also, they are planning a arty at the Optimist House for he basketball team. TJCAC The LC basketball team is first in the Texas Junior Col- Former and cameras available for the faculty. ege Athletic Conference. Their next game will be at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 5 in the LC auditorium. Dayton and Cleveland High School students will be the guests for the Rebel vs. Schrienergame. NURSES Fifty vocational nursing students graduated Jan. 28, in exercises held at the LC auditorium. The Rev. Burnett Dowler, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church was speaker, and Dr. Raymond Cleveland, LC president, presented the di- are plomas. Instructors of the nursing Three student assistants --'program are Mrs. Mamie Lea p Marek, Kay Hill, Linda Morgan and two work study students -- Laura Vallery and ally Jo Vallery work at the IMC along with LC employes. Robert G. McGraw is the director. SPEAKER J. C. Thompson, assistant director of the IMC will address the LC Educational Secretaries Association, Feb. 4, at Moler Hall. His topic will concern ser vices offered by the IMC, and things that the different offices can do to aid the IMC. CONCERT The Baytown Symphony Orchestra presented a "Pops' and "Classics" concert Tues day in the LC auditorium. The orchestra is directed b David Corder. RECRUITER A Marine recruiter will be ir Moler Hall from 9 a.rri. until pjn. Feb. 9, to talk terested students. eeder, Mrs. Margaret Ster- ng, Mrs. Carmen O'Neal and is. Dianne McCage. LYCEUM J, D. Thomas, Rice Univer- ty English Professor, preen ted a lyceum program, Feb. He spoke on Mark Twain and resented the information in irst person, by portraying wain. Ed Moak is in charge of the yceum programs. REBEL RUMBLINGS Allen Wayne Litton thinks ie r s going to buy a motorcycle It's dangerous to lend a book at LC, just ask Mike Daris . . . Darrell Hudspeth wonders if it's Hud or Dud. Barbara McCune has trouble throwing the bowling ball . . Ummel has lots of information ... Gary Whitaker raises a table ... Joe Fayle livens the party. to in Marianne Hazelwood and Kay Hill have birthdays ...

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  1. The Baytown Sun,
  2. 02 Feb 1972, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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