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The Salemite. volume (None) 1920-current, February 07, 1925, Image 1

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GO (; E T YOUR F K E T WAR M B»alpntttp Motto: “SAIL ON, SALEM” 3^8^ N THE NEW FIREPLACE FIREPLACE CAMPAIGN COMES TO A SUCCESSFUL CLOSE Students and Faculty Raise One Hundred and Twenty-five Dollars for Completion of Stone Fireplace in Student Hut. Gym.” and what is now on its way nected with the campaign, among wliom is xMiss Charlotta Jackson, former liead of Physical Education. and happiness in a hut, has been a part of the plans; and it is peculiar ly interesting to note that when it is finished, it will have behind it the tradition and sentiment of more than a century and a quarter. Ev- "LT^^s^^uSorhLtts^ of its own; it is material from pre vious buildings on Salem campus, nae Association, who agreed to fur- and fifty dollars required. The fac ulty and^^udent-body of Salem Col- FOTum.° Tuesday and Wednesday, Febru ary 3 and 1, were set aside as “Fire- red labels, ^showing a blazing wood cold” were presented to those who responded; and by the time for ex- campus, has agreed to Y of the campaign met with Dr. Rond- thaler on Friday afternoon to dis- Recreation Specialist Is Visitor At Salem ciation with headquarters in New York City, was in Winston-Salem on During his stay in this^* eu/re^ap- fducation, among them SalL^CoN Mr. Willis A. Parker, district representatives of the Nat Playground Association with 1 services of Mr. Martin for jL FORUM CLASS PRESENTS SCENES FROM SHAKESPEARE’S WORKS Representation of Scenes from Macbeth, Hamlet, and Julius Caesar at Expanded Chapel Service. MacDowell Club Movie At End of Exam Week Walter Hiers Plays the Leadin Part in “Fair Week”; Full of night, January 31, by the MacDow ell Club. It was the purpose of the for the benefit of the surv' of examination week, and truly fan" thrbeI^LVof°thV Lly ;, Tod had adopted Tod was in love with the daughter of the banker. Tod, with Sally Jo, in the ropes. The balloon began to ascend quickly, Tod and Sally Jo rising with it. At the moment when it seemed as if Sally Jo would fall to her death. Tod swung on his rope over to her rescue. He then caught hold of the.parachute, and slowly chipd' hour,*’bjt "thYa"mp'|gr™ and twenty-five'^donars°"th!’s"bting the pledge of the College and Acad- place in the student hut. The Senior Class was the only class to respond to this call for funds with ruary 11. The subject of h dress will be “The College C presL”n. membCTS oT the Forum, it will be remembered, de lightfully pleased the student-body with their program on Kipling be- The Forum is to be cong lated upon its exact rendition of peasant “as LfiniteW and “skilfuUy tinually au^enl thrhorwr’of thdr begin his series of revengeful deeds, he discards the fair Ophelia, with whom he was in love. In Act III, scene I, Mary McKelvie took the ^MUtfarouf“to\'ro:rtoT” trt'^H *"l*^t prayer ing of the scene, Katie I « and a great deal of expres- of Caesar. The mob gathers around the coffin, and persuades him to read the will of Caesar. It is fin of Caesar. Flora I

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