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Motto: “SAIL ON, SALEM”
Winston-Salem, N. C., September 20, 1921.
OPENING EXERCISES HELD Sludent Interests Were STUDENTS CELEBRATE FIRST
ON SEPTEMBER THE TENTH Presented Wednesday' SATURDAY WITH STUNTS
First Chapel Service of Current Year Well
Attended; Numerous Friends and Alunmce
Present; 'Welcoming Telegrams Read.
tine of class work, Dr. Rondtlialer
spoke a few words of welcome to
gor>e before. His message was one
to inspire new students with that
of the comprehensive and homely
phrase, '‘a lot of other desirable
pie, Tazewell, Virginia, cla^s of
“I am thinking of you all this
CHy; Tenne^ee, 192^.
“Best wishes to all at Salem.
thoughts are with you at the open
ing of the one hundred and fifty-
third year of Salem College and
Academy. How I wish I were with
you. May it be the best year ever.
Best wishes and love to all, espe
cially to the academy.” Isabel D.
of Charlotte; Kina Sue
Mary Hadley Connor of Wi]
Helen Sumner of Asheville; Mil
dred Barnes of Wilson; Ruth Par
rish of New York; Lillie ”
ton, Florida, Minnesota,
sett». and the Island of Cuba. It
is of interest to note that the Inng
tliiV £^8^1' u"l)bs
motored with her father, H. L.
Cibbs, from South I.vons, Michi-
motoring to Salem is Miss Dora
Holds First Meeting
by Mary Hill, elected in May, 192-t,
to serve as head of the organi^a
tion for the year 1921-25. liame
ble for the girl who is self-seeking
and thoughtless to have a place in
the activities of her college mates.
There is no better definition of the
which make up the name—Student
Dean Stipe who, in a few well
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sity in any college activity v
t'>= Sreatest g
It is true that in Salem, £
other schools of its kind, that
type of girl ^is found. Eaclj^
pha'ses ’of colh-ge life, 'but there is
one phase which binds them all to-
I'.vcry girl auton
member of the /
gree, for all the sports dear to the
heart of a girl are played. What
girl can resist the call of the great
outdoors in the form of basket-ball.
y wav is the aim of the
I, and thus it is open for d
the work of
failure, so everyone is given a
chance to help. The editor also ex-
morr, and it was this^ spirit of co-
faclky, and^VLa’ry '"E'vinditOT^
in-chief of Sights and Insights.
i nnual Get-together Meeting Ihiusuallt/ Original;
Attractive Class Stunts Interspersed With
Greetings From Classes and Organizations
* There is nothing that can b
. w. C. A. Has Song ;.r
Service Friday Night
i it was held in the Ci
Y. W. C. A.
I’hi'^Y. W. c''^A/’''Mifs'sUpe'^and
Miss Forman also made talks on
this firs^t meeti4,'^it'"is hoped that
Meeting of Athletic
was held at 1:30, its purpose—the
election of heads of sports for
1924-25. The names of the follow-
Baseball: Sophia Hall, Helen
Griffin, Dorothy Siewers.
Hockey: Rachel Davis, Mary
c of the e
t was given by t
t of 1825. Next e,
iss Mary Hill, president of the
studentfin the forilroTa poem'j
gave her welcome’to all the
a part of each student: Miss
.beth Lciglit, president of Y.
C. A.; Miss Polly Hawkins,
tion; Miss Flora Binder, editor-in-
chief of The Salemitk; and Miss
Mary McKelvie, editor of “Siglits
The Junior stunt was next on the
program. This was in the form of
of Salem’s main achievements. If
rto'°Iir^thasr Ve^nt,“^ and
This was entitled “A Visit