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OF ST. MARY’S
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
February 14, 1970
Two WEEK STUDY OF MIDEAST
DRAWING TO A CLOSE
last few years, the Ilis-
epartmeiit has dedicated
special interest. Science
erg 1 l^aiinunisin have been cov-
pjj p llie last three years, the
and ^^icluding India, China,
year subject. This
iti(ii,“® study focusses on the
Arab T with emphasis on the
ered conflict. In the cov-
are ^""^7 ^’^*1 the Library, there
dispi Maps, and pictures on
blie^ weeks, assein-
groyl , ^^Mpel, and discussion
"’arrU .L, . ' ® been orientated to-
Q*!' this subject.
3, Mr. Mohammed
caiuer Mecca, Saudi Arabia,
Saf^j. ° l^lb to us at assembly. Mr.
sity Qjl^p^'l'iated from the Univer-
Caroh, and is now at North
studgj,!^ ®tate University. The
Mecca, a film. Pilgrimage to
areas nf +i and special
>’Uary r Pilgfrimage. On Feb-
Kgypt Aly Elsheik from
^Iked about the Arab-
Israeli situation from tke
tian point of view. Dr. Elsheik is
a professor in the Sclmol of lex-
tiles at X.C. State University. On
February 10, Mr. Elishah Babad, a
candidate for the doctorate at
Duke University, discussed the
Arab-Israeli conflict from the Is
raeli point of view. On February
12 Mrs Jean Harris, who has a
cLmn in the News and Observe^
presented an interesting talk
about Eastern foods.
Dr. Murray L. Newman, a p -
fffisor of the Old TeoMimnt « « «
Vii-f-inia Theological Seminaij,
w 1 Breach on Sundajb February
15 on the Arab-Israeh situation.
He will also speak in ^lapel »
\t“1nddie S “
“e'miian is the author of the book
The People of the Covenant and
Ls eonl^ributed « n>«S«fnea ■“
the Old Testament held.
Mr Don Roberts’ current events
Kv’SshSn'e ?br.hi.. led ,h.
Parlor Was Scene For Annual
_ . 1 ivrorrison.
«o’Jr**““‘u olasa honored the and Dr.
"">« class tvith a formal
e t,+ .'ll nowers aiiurii- a.aa.„ „,i,,,-snrs were also intro
each side of the class _„,i „„rviirv
I ‘Mor,topiarv trees were dueed.
, • ‘ more bal
Jshinents of petit fours,
aogt^^^’bv sandwiches, mints,
ats ot petit tours, -
.' sandwiches, mints, .
Puueli were served. The Music uas
W‘i* 'vere serveu. r no
'IS poured by Mrs. Pisani
discussion on the Arab-Israeli re
lation. On February 12, Miss Mary
Louise Jones, who has been the
Raleigh Community Ambassador
to Israel, led the discussion group.
And this ended the two weeks
study of the Middle East situa
id Dr. Morrison.
'^ore Durino- intermission, Mr. Nich
in It ^ 'vith a formal Biun o , freshman and
o ^be large parlor, Febrn- ols mtioc presidents, Mar-
flowers were used on aiid Dell Parker:
:e parlor, Febrn- ols ‘jfigss presidents, Mar-
•ef,rrg nowers were used on sopbomore cms
ties table and on the gie Wortlun„ Appleton,
he^'A®bain of flowers adorn- Mrs. Dosl ^ ^ „.orp also intro-
fivn,. ‘^'j'case; on each side of
, rnfl’L-sh'man and sopho-
, i,all conraelM-a ami Mr. and
E “anlVere amonp the hon-
Dr. Morrison Appointed
Dr. Mabel Morrison has received
the appointment of Dean of Aca
demic Affairs at St. Mary’s. The
appointment became effective on
January 28, 1970; and was made
by a faculty committee and ap
proved by the Board of Trustees.
Dr. Morrison is the first person in
the history of the school to hold
The new Academic Dean receiv
ed her doctorate degree at the
University of Toronto. Before tak
ing the new position, she was head
of the History Department. She
taught Western civilization and
Dr. Morrison will be in charge
of coordinating all the various ac
ademic activities upon campus.
She will offer new ideas and sug
gest new ways of carrying out the
academic relations at St. Mary’s.
It is her respon-sibility to see that
the different departments know
what is going on and to see that
they are working towards the
As new dean. Dr. Morrison will
be dealing with everyone on
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Freshmen and Sophomores enjoy Annu
Planned For April 17th
For the first time in the history
of St. Mary’s a Father-Daughter
Day will be held. Still in the
initial stages, the function is
scheduled for Friday, April 17. It
is tentatively planned that the
fathers will stay at the Velvet
Cloak or Statler Hilton where
blocks of rooms will be reserved.
They will be able to tour the
campus and sit in on classes. En
tertainment will be provided by
the various St. Mary’s dance and
musical groups. Possibly there will
be a reception in the Pisani’s new
home. The final activity will be a
banquet in the dining room.
The final plans will be made by
a planning committee consisting
of students and faculty with the
help of Mr. Bondison in the De
Emmy Sanders chosen May Queen.
1970 MAY QUEEN
The 1970 May Queen is Miss
Emmy Sanders from Vlendell. A
junior representative on the May
Court last year, Emmy is present
ly a Marshal and a member of the
Cold Cuts. Emmy will reign over
the May Court in the festivities to
be held May 1-3.
Miss Elizabeth Capehart from
Norfolk was elected Maid-of-Hon
or. A member of the Court during
the junior year, Liz will assist
Emmy during the festivities.
Tlie other senior class represen
tatives are Collins Stukes and
Lane Carson from Charlotte, Sally
Taylor from Asheville, Karen Con
nelly from Morganton, and Olivia
Grimes from Washington, N. C.
Representing the junior class
will be Sarah Barnes from South-
port, Nancy Smith from Fayette
ville, Laura Norris from Raleigh,
and Beth Franz from Asheville.
Underclassmen include sopho
mores Betsy Gardner from Fay
etteville, Mary Rives Brown from
Martinsville, Va., and freshman
Lindsay Burton from Durham.
These girls were nominated by
a committee and from the floor.
The nominating committee was
composed of Olivia Grimes, Chair
man, Jane Wood, Jo Ann Peacock,
Janet Bnrlioe, Nancy McClnng,
Holly Foss, Becky Crittenden,
Carroll Curtis, Cliristy Bishop,
Florence Spruill and Carole Beas
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