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March 30, 1961
NORTH C.AROLIN/ yESLEYAN
Vol. I, No. 4
Much v;ork and preparation was
done by the Student Council be
fore today’s Student Body meet
ing. The Student Council has
met several times in order to find
the best way in which to get a
Constitution and some basic By-
Laws for the Student Government
Association of Wesleyan College.
The plans as of nov/ are as fol
1 . The Student Council
Student Body concerning
structure of the S.G.A.
2. After the basic structure has
been discussed in a Student Body
meeting it will be referred back
to the Student Council.
3. The Student Council will
present this basic structure to
the Special Committee, which v/ill
then prepare a rough copy of the
Constitution to be presented
again to the Student Council.
4. The Student Council will then
present the Student Body with a
copy of the proposed Constitution
one week before it is to be voted
on by the Student Body.
The SGA has also planned and
presented to the Student Body the
time and procedure of the coming
Student Government elections.
The Bishops, in their first
home game, defeated Windham Col
lege of Vermont for a 10-2 vic
tory behind the outstanding pitdi-
ing of right hander, Ed Schultz.
The game was played in the Rocky
Mount Municipal Stadium.
The "Battling Bishops” pushed
across three runs in the first
inning when centerfielder, Francis
Eason was safe on an error by the
shortstop. Larry Matthews walked
and Ed Schultz hit a single to
centerfield, scoring the first run
Both runners advanced on the
throw in. Cooper and Moore struck
out. Bill Garlow was at bat when
a wild pitch permitted Matthews
to score from third. Schultz
then scored when the shortstop
error ed Garlov/'s ground ball.
Neville closed out the inning by
grounding out to third base.
Three more runs were scored in
the second inning when Eason hit
a double to left field with two
outs. Matthews followed with a
360 foot drive over the left-
centerfield fence for a home run.
Schultz followed with a_ double
and scored on Cooper’s single to
left to cli.i'x the uprising.
For the winners Schultz shared
honors with Matthews and Eason.
(Cont. on Page 5-•-GAME)