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ctober 27, 1967
"HowTo Succeed...” To Feature Faculty AMs Whitehurst
Fun In Winston-Salem Production Department
By Jane Horton
Here’s to a happy future! That’s
the entertaining philosophy in
^How To Succeed In Business
Without Really Trying” to be pro
duced shortly by the Junior
Women’s Club of Winston-Salem.
The play will be held at the Sum
mit School Auditorium on Novem
ber 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 at 8 p.m. Por
traying the roles are experienced
dctors and actresses in the com-
jjjiinity under the excellent direction
df Johnnie Collins, III.
A basic quality in this production
is the choice of the play. “How To
Succeed In Business Without Real
ly Trying” is a Pulitzer Prize win
ner by Neil Simon. Broadway made
the title popular and introduced the
American public to the delight of
'Work began weeks ago to pro
duce this relaxing entertainment.
The Junior Women’s Club formed
the following committees to organ-
.isie the details:' Publicity, Mrs.
William W. Mellette; Scenery, Mrs.
Frank May, Mrs. Allen Andler;
Properties, Mrs. Jack Elliot, Mrs.
Jim Lancaster; Playbill, Mrs. Jim
White, Mrs. John Shields. Pro
ceeds for this project will be used
for community service. Another at
traction will be the apparel of the
ushers; they will be walking ads
for various Winston-Salem bus
inesses. Tickets costing $2 on Nov.
2 and 9 and $2.50 on the remaining
dates can be secured at Reznicks,
Thruway or from Connie Sorenson
on the Salem campus.
Important players in “How To
Succeed In Business Without Real
ly Trying” bear the experience of
Little Theatre productions. Johnnie
Collins, III, both directs and acts
in the play. His role is that of the
lead J. Pierpont Finch. Rudy Valli’s
old part of J. B. Bigley is taken
over by Bob Heath of Winston-
Salem. Jay Campbell of Little
Theatre fame is “Frump” in “How
To Succeed.” The actresses are
Karen Fields as Rosemary' and
Mary Ramsey as Heddy LaRue.
KS.A Holds Discussion
For Students, Faculty
By Cathy Clements
NSA held it’s first monthly dis
cission group for students and fac
ulty members on Wednesday, Octo
ber 18, at 3 p.m. The purpose of
the meeting was to give interested
persons a chance to openly discuss
the world situation, national policy,
or subjects such as drugs. Hippies,
Black Power, and inflation.
There is little opportunity for stu
dents to hear other people’s opin
ions about these subjects or to ex
press their own views. Many times
girls excuse their lack of knowledge
dtout a particular subject because
of their insufficient background in
political science, coming from a
S^all town, or just the fact that
they are girls. This is illogical
reasoning, and possibly this group
will give the girls a chance to “Be-
In” or see that they already are
^The first meeting was successful
in that a surprising number of stu
dents (and three faculty members)
attended, and even though lack of
Structure held back spontaneous re-
Sjonse, discussion quickly picked
UP and many ideas were expressed,
kesponse was invited by the pro-
)osed universal military service for
ill eighteen year olds, male and fe-
nale, with deferments for educat-
onal reasons. The two years would
)e spent either in the military or in
i)|ograms such as Peace Corps, Tea-
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Other son, Tim, is 13 and attends
Philo' Junior High School. His
father thinks he is more of a me
chanic, very good with his hands.
' ^^henever Bill has time, he likes
toTind books or work with photo
graphy. Bill has become very in-
twested in photography and de
velops his own film at home. He
prefers to do close-ups of flowers.
"It is amazing the amount of de
tail you can see in a close-up like
that,” he added.
^Although Bill is kept very busy,
be loves his job. About spare time,
Pill states, “One can always find
time to do the things he likes.” He
ulso added that variety is what he
likes so much about his job. “There
is (always something to do, so I
never get bored. If I’m finished
seating a form, I can always go
run a press, or go ahead and work
on setting headlines and type for
Tbe Salemite.” What many people
don’t know is that Bill is not re
quired by his job to do half the
Work on The Salemite that he does
do. We sure are glad—don’t know
What we’d do without him!
cher Corps, or "Vista. Opinions con
cerning this proposal varied and
other ideas were brought out,
though most pertained to the draft
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Welcomes Salem College
Always A Friendly
North Cherry Street Ext.
Other principle characters are
Jeanny Hill, Bob Daye, and Jane
Among this colorful cast one
member stands out even more
brightly than the rest. The name
of Johnnie Collins,IH, is praised in
and out of the Winston-Salem area.
When Johnnie was eight-years-old
he began his dramatic career as
“Peter Rabbit” in an Easter play.
He then moved up to the East Car
olina College Playhouse acting in
such noted works as “West Side
Story” and others. Even more ex
citing is the fact that Johnnie has
made two Broadway tours and that
he has appeared in two foreign
films. With all this experience
Johnnie has found “How To Suc
ceed...” to be a thrill and a chal
lenge. He commented that the
budget had been generous and that,
consequently, the scenery was ex
cellent; the funds also allowed for
an orchestra which will be a def
inite asset to “How To Succeed...”
Johnnie also noted that with his re
sponsibilities to the play, “Midterms
were a laugh,” since he had little
time to study. Speaking of a past
play, “Earnest In Love,” Johnnie
complimented several Salem girls
for their help in the production. For
the present, however, he hopes
everybody will come. He and the
entire cast are entering the last
crucial week of rehearsal with the
goal of a successful production.
That’s “How To Succeed In Bus
iness Without Really Trying” !
By Marilu Pittman
The Science department here at
Salem has been increased by a biol
ogist from Bethel.
The Science department has a
new young teacher, Willard Thom
as Whitehurst, Jr. Mr. Whitehurst
is a native of Bethel, North Car
olina and graduated from East
Carolina College undergraduate and
graduate school where he majored
in biology. He served as a lab as
sistant in graduate school. Mr.
Whitehurst served in the United
States Army, stationed at Fort
After teaching at Atlantic Christ
ian College in Wilson, he also
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tents of the room except the fur
niture had been hastily thrown in
there. The judges agreed that it
was a hard decision but finally
chose the winners.
These winners, which were an
nounced at a party held in the Bab
cock Terrace Room, were Sara
E n g r a m and Betsy Fleming in
Gramley, Lynn Jones and Margaret
Moss in Babcock, and Nancy Hayes
and Beth Crawford in Clewell.
These girls each received a free
pass to the Winston Theater.
A forum on Vietnam will be con
ducted in the Fellowship Hall of
Ardmore Methodist Church Sun
day, October 29 at 6:30 p.m. Panel
participants in this Forum will be
William H. Marsh of the Vietnam
Section of the Department of State,
Washington, D. C., who formerly
was stationed in Saigon with intel
ligence responsibilities; Samuel
Levering, Chairman of the Board
of Christian Social Concerns of the
Five-Year Meeting of Friends, and
a member of the Corporation of the
American Friends Service Com
mittee; and Dr. Balkrishna G. Gok-
hale. Chairman of the Intercollege
Department of Asian Studies in
Winston-Salem, and a native of
India. Questions will be welcomed
from the floor.
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set theory is important for two
reasons; (1) It is the “rock-bottom
foundation” of math and (2) Al
most every concept can be better
stated in terms of set theory.
After the lecture. Dr. Eves held
an informal discussion in the Stu
to New York,
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Willard T. Whitehurst, Jr.
instructed at Sanford Central High
School in Sanford. Here at
Salem, Mr. Whitehurst teaches one
genetic and two zoology classes.
Mr. Whitehurst and his wife,
Nancy, are enjoying life in Win
ston-Salem. Concerning Salem, he
stated, “I like Salem because I have
good students and I hope they will
not disappoint me.”
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