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THE COLLE GIATE
MARCH 2, 195<
At Harper Hall
Bf K«.Nf:jrnNK mozingo
■■May I borrow your red »we«tCT
"PWoM lien my datr slip wbra
you to down."
*'8ofD«t»dy uuwer th«t pbone!"
"ttejr. I want that ibower n«rt!"
"Brity, you have a caUrr!"
It'i Saturday nl^ht at Harper
HaD. Ctrla are nuhlnf here and
thrrr frantically dre**ln( for their
datet. Pbooes to aoswrr, clothe*
to bortfiw, thr usual "prlmpinji"
before the mirror, and cboic* blta
of loaaip help make the confusloci.
Girla iKit fnrtunata eooucht to have
dates arr busy maku>< themjelve*
uaeful to roommate or next-door
netshbur At lait one of the (trU
hears her caller announced and
What docs she find when she
rrachrs the lobby? Not only her
rscort, but 5 or ( other boys, none
<>( them wUltng to wait, but all
•houtlnf to the girl on duty at the
desk at (he same time. One wants
to use the telephooe, another wants
a flrlfriend, and two other boys
ask for the same (Irl. In the mklit
of all thl>. the poor dcik girl Is
trying to call one of the floors
H<jwcvrr, It serms somebody is
taking to brr b>iyfriend wbo can't
come t/jnlght, and solphoned Des
pite the tiiree-mloute rule, they
ha%'i' bcvn talking for ten.
The girl takes hrr escort into
thr parlor until matters arr
straightened at the desk and she
can ' »un out. " Coupli-n are In ev
ery corner, so they hjvi- to sit in
the mlddlf of the m^m. Kvldentiy
they arc a hand.vjmr couplc, b^
cause cvrr>'»nt' l.t ilarlng ut them.
At least they think so. It's already
agreed that they'll walk Ui the
tt'.ovle, because that's Uie only
place freshman girls are allowed
to go. And, of course, tliey can't
ride, even if he does have a Cad
Seeing ti>at the boys at the desk
finalK reached a compromise, slie
drcldet to sign the cards and pap
ers necessary to leave tlw; dormi
tory Kirst, a date slip: then a
•'sign out" card.
And thu last comment is beard
as they walk out the door.
"Ah, freedom! Where's your car
No Love For Snakes
By KI.AINF. .MITCHEIX
Dtd you ever sc* a Science teach
er wbo doesn't tike snakes?
ACX's new Sclencc teacher does
n't. She is Mrs. BID ‘Tyndall, a res
ident of Wilion who was bom in
Atlanta, Georgia. At the age of
SIX she moved, with her family, to
Wilson where »he entered school.
She flmshed high school at Charles
L. Coon After high school she came
to Atlantic Christian College, where
she met her husband their fresh
man year, 1M3 H<-r senior year
she transferred to Salem College,
where she graduated.
After graduation, Mrs. IVndaD
came back to WUaon 'and worked
for Rill Bridgers in an agricultural
products plant. She also worked
for tJje City of Wilson Recreation
; Department during the summer.
It was during this time that she
I married hubaand Bill, who is still
' m thr Baptist Seminary at Wake
When asked what she thought of
campus life here at ACC, she smil
ed and said, "It has changed quite
Even though Mrs Tyndall has a
busy teaching schedule she still
finds time for other interests. Two
big Interests are painting and her
dog. She helps her husband as
much as »he can with his part-
time church at Pink Hill.
WAA Lists Six
Now that the volleyball season
m over and tlie ping pong tourna
ment ha* been competed the
WAA's att<'ntion Is on the favorlK-
iport In our intramural program,
baiketball. The season began on
Fcbuary 8 with six teams partici-
p.'iting. They wiTi- Delta Sigma—
Janit* Creel. Captain; Tintalrs —
Hetsy Lev. Captain; Speedsters—
Edna Cole. Cajitaln; Vagabond*—
Pat White. Captain, Sigma Tau
Chi. Callle Proctor, Captain; and
I’hi Sigma Tau—Mickey Raynor.
Thv tournament will be played
off by the top four teams March
9 through 11.
There u much competition on the
courts this season, so 1/ you want
to sec an excituig baskeUull game
]ust hop over to the gym each Mon
day through Thursday at 5:00 and
t 00 p . m.
The WAA ha* announced plans
for a badmintoo tournament In
the near future, so watch the bul
letin boards and the CoUeglatt. for
Burt Leads Band
In Chapel Concert
I By RK'iL\RD Z3GLAK
We’re proud to call him "Our
Director"! In case you do not know
whom I mean. It's Dr. Millard
Burt, the director of our Atlantic
Christian College Band.
On February 16. Dr. Burt di
rected the AC Band for the first
time on the stage of Howard Chap
el. We as studenU felt as if we
were under the baton of a most
wonderful and helpful leader. Our
thanks U* you. Dr. Burt, for di
recting us through a most success
In case you have forgotten, let's
)ump bark to February 16 and sec
what the band played
The band opened with the rous
ing march, "Washington Post." by
John Philip Sousa. "Teddy Bear's
Picnic" by James W. Bratton and
"Phantom Trumpeters" by James
R. Gillette were also played. The
feature pieces played by the band
were "The Bells of St Mary's”
t>y A Emmett Adams and "Over
ture 'Erocia' " by Joseph Skor-
nicka. Two marches by K. L. King,
"Night Flight" and "Torch of Lib
erty." brought the program to a
Thf members of the band this
CLARINET Richard Ziglar.
Dick Holloman. Sarah Alice Har
ris. Bill Ramsey, Peggy Ward. Net
tie Sue Phillips. Shirley House,
Magnolia Duckworth, Betty Jane
Lamn. Jesse Kelly.
BASS CLARINET: Tim Ellen
FRENCH HORN Evelyn Yion-
oulis, Joan Edwards, Jo Ann Thom
Fl.UTK Jo Ann Crumpler, Bar
bara Tilghman. Annie MorrU
B.imes. Dot Oakey
ALTO SAX: Dick lUthaway. Al
BARITONE SAX: LeRoy BatU
TRUMPCT: Billy Boone. Jackie
Flower*. Paul HiU. Gloria Bass.
Joe Horton. Margie Byrum, Tom
mie Williamson. Carolyn nioma.?.
TROMBONE Billy Farmer
Charles Hutchins. Jerry Batchelor,
BARITONE: N. B. HiU
BASS HORN: Jimmy Harris.
Norman Polk. Irving Kornecker
PERCUSSION: Tommy Batche
lor. Billy Draughn. Jose Domin
quez. Bob Mangum. George Litt-
rell. Edythe Fuller
Behind The Coal Bin
By DORIS TYNDALL
SpendiriK a week in the little white house next to the
coal bin on ACC’s campus is just the cure for those who
like to “enjoy” their ill health.
On finally being discharged (as I was recently), one
cannot help but pause in this simple and home-like dwell
ing divided into rows of rooms for girls on the right, a*
you come in the door, and boys on the left. Perhaps one
paufies because he is remembering tho.se tasty breakfasts
Ma Wilson has cooked for him every moi-ning. Even when
she sticks that long needle into the area most likely to be
sat upon, there is the feeling that she is more than a nurse.
Ma has given crj'.-fticillin shots to approximately thirty
students this winter and it is doubtful that she has lost a
The week before exams she had a full house of ten
patients with seven more in the dormitories. It was a busy
time for her as she warmed soup for all the patients on the
stove she recently received for the infirmary. She also
emptied a big bottle of pills into these sickly souls. Her
latest plan is to have a lamp made from this big empty
pill jug to brighten up the boys’ side.
When the groans and moans and coughs and sneezes
begin to get further apart, it is easy to appreciate the wan*
friendly atmosphere in which one finds himself.
It is more than an infirmary. It is a place where the
student swaps his misery for a jolly bit of information,
contemplation, and much attention. Why, Ma remember*
all about Ava Gardner when she used to stroll this campui
as a commercial student. (Wonder what kind of pills Ma
There are also hours when your boy friend can sit bjr
your bed and read the most divine comedies of Shake
speare. Next time you are convale.scing there try the
"Comedy of Errors.”
But even without Shakespeare, it’s a sure bet that
you will come out of this little white house with a big grir
on your face — feeling better, but undoubtedly with a bit
When you pause...make it count...have a Coke
UNCU MnHo«T g» m
O TN( COCA<OU COM^AHt
By RICHARD ZIGLAS
Have you ever seen a library
which moved on the installment
Don't say no, for I'll know right
off hand that you are not telling
the truth. By no means do I mean
to contradict you. but surely you
have been in the new library of
AUantic Christian College. You
see, the library moved from the
old dining room in Kinsey into its
pre*ent location sixteen months
ago. Since it wa* impossible to
move everything at one time, an
Installment plan was established.
On the first installment plan,
which was completed fifteen
months and three weeks ago, part
of the books were moved into the
stacks of the new library. The
furniture was brought on the sec
ond Installment. The third install
ment consisted of moving more
books and magazijies. This ^ase
was completed thirteen months
ago. Now, you say. what was left
to move? Plenty of what we call
Thousands and thousands of
pamphlets and publishers' cata
logues, some old magazines, a few
books and pictures, and miscel
laneous papers were scattered here
and yonder in the old library up
until this September. The biggest
task was that of cleaning up the
remains of the "old Kinsey Li
Are you a lover of antioues? If
so, you should have been here to
help Miss Fleming, our librarian,
clean up the old remains this sum
mer. Believe It or not. it took
three truck loads to carry away
the out of date material. Miss
Fleming remarked that she did
not know that we did have such
a wide variety of pamphlets.
"There were pamphlets on every
subject under the sun from dia
monds to soil conservation." As
people say. "Losers weepers",
but in this case It was. "Ftoders
keepers." Miss Fleming found a
check, a refund from an tmused
bus ticket, misplaced five years
ago. If you lost something In the
oW library years ago, maybe Miss
Fleming could tell you of its pres
An Item of interest to the stu
dents who now use the "old Kin
sey Library": there were no mice
seen at ti>e time of vacating the
remains of the library this sum
mer. Although, in case you zo
ology StudenU are interested.
We are grateful to you. You just don’t know how
much we thank you for finally bringing us a kitchen stove.
We will forgive you for delivering it a month late.
We realize that our letter might have gotten delayed in
the Christmas rush.
We have really put our new gadget to work. You
see, we’ve had so many sick. Do you remember Dorif
Tyndall? She has been in the infirmary for over a week.
Jerry Ball and Jerry Williams are also visiting us at the
Right after you brought us the stove, we had a house
full — nine, in fact. The only trouble was that the stove
had not been connected up. We will not blame this on
you since you were so nice just to bring the thing to us.
We realize you cannot do everything. (We only wish you
could. Say, how about a new infirmary? This one has so
many air holes.)
Santa, we just wanted to write you a little note and
tell you how much we do appreciate our stove. If you
happen to come across anything else we need, won’t you
drop it by our door!
March 2—Class Meetings
March 4—Golden Knot
March 9—A film by the Language Department
March 11—Speaker; Father Koch, editor of N. C.
My books are water: those of the great geniuses are
wine. Everybody drinks water. — Mark Twain
There are some natures which never grow large e-
nough to speak out and .say a bad act is a bad act, until they
have inquired into the politics of the nationality of the
man who did it. And they are not really scarce, either. Cain
IS branded a murdered so heartily and unanimously in
America, only because he was neither a Democrat nor a
Republican. The Feejee Islander’s abuse of Cain ceased
very suddenly when the white man mentioned casually
that Cam was a Feejee Islander. The next remark of the
savage, after an awkward pause was:
Well what did Abel come fooling around there for?”
— Mark Train
there are some spiders who have
established headquarters there.
Finally, on September 22, the
last installment was completed. Do
not think for a minute that the
"poor old Kinsey Library” has
been forgotten, for It has come
to life again A* the band rings
out the familiar marches, wiU the
celUng of old Kinsey library hold |
its position? Only time wiU teUI'
^ mention the
word. * moving**, around Miss
Fleming l^ause it might strike
If I had to go through with
moving again. I would resign/'
MotorW: Aren't you the man
Who sold me this car a couple of
Salesman: Yes, sir.
Motorist; Tell me again all you
said about it. I get discouraged.
Employee: Boss, can I go get •
Boss: Not on company time.
Employee: But it grew on com
Boss: It didn’t all grow on com
Employee: I'm not going to get
all of it cut.
"Junior, don't use such bad
"But, mother, Shakespeare useo
"Wen, don’t play with him aV'