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Angola Triangle (Newspaper) - October 4, 1973, Angola, Indiana Volume 26 Number 2 TriState Indiana 46703 October 1973 Milt woody Denny Brooks Concert appointed Registrar Milton a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth and Michigan State Universities has been appointed Registrar and Assistant Dean of Students at triSlate Before coming to TriState he was Director of Financial Aids at Virginia Com monwealth University for two Assistant Residence Hall Director at Michigan State University for two years and Director of Residence Halls at the University of Nebraska for one As Assistant Woody will be working with William Kent Meyers appointed Director of Admissions Last Saturday a little over a thousand students filled the east side of Hershey Hall to hear Denny Brooks in While student rumor con cerning the quality of Brooks musical ability had shyed many of the students from those who did attend found Brooks quite en Denny Brooks unlike many musicians of our is his He is not what is to be considered a heavy rock nor is he a countryfolk Denny Brooks is very much of todays yet in his own His voice is plear and his songs are full of Even Brooks couldnt keep his own feet still for the duration of his Whatever Dennys style happens to he is obviously into His songs ranged from a pointless headed boy and his dog to greasers driving flamepainted fiftyfive After the Brooks confessed that playing an eightypercent male audience is no easy With this being his third visit to the TriState Denny Brooks showed great disappointment in the lack of audience participation Brooks really cant enjoy playing for any audience unless they are willing to get into and enjoy the I can really put on a show Denny Brooks himself is very different when he is not behind a piano or Hiding behind his shell rimmed Denny was amazingly shy and You cannot recognize Brooks from a student unless you are first told who he There is no air of celebrity with him that usually accompanied better known Denny Brooks is from Los Angeles and has been playing the college circuit for fourteen years When asked where he will perform Brooks replied hes going write some new and rest for a Brooks is currently recording on Warner Brothers records and The concert was emceed by Randy Student Senate Ross Activities organized the Johnson is booking Speedwagon for the Fall Festival concert along with several warmup Kent Myers of 5026 Ivy Brook Fort has been appointed Director of Admissions Counselors at Tri Slate a graduate of Indiana University with ad ditional study at Ball State is a former high school teacher and principal in Ohio and From 1969 to 1973 he served as admissions counselor for International Junior College in Fort Working under Myers direction are recently aooointed admissions coun selors Roger Indiana Lee Ohio and Gus All have had previous experience in guidance and teaching or public Performing Arts The first two events of the 197374 TriState CollegeAngola Community Performing Arts and Lecture Series will be held this weekend with Tat humorist and composer ap pearing on Friday October 5th and the 90minute film featuring the best from the silent film era When Comedy Was King being shown October Tickets for the entire series are for adults and for publicschool TriState Students will be admitted on their ID Season tickets may be purchased at Strocks Mens Store in downtown Angola at the College Bookstore and at the Single admission tickets may be purchased at the door at the time of the DATE EVENT TIME PLACE PRICE 5 Pat Webb composer 6 90 minute film featuring thebestofthesilents When Comedy was King Best Hall 229
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