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The belles of Saint Mary's. volume (None) 1937-current, May 01, 1970, Image 1

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iV Belles OF ST. MARY’S !1XXXIII, No. 11 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA May 1, 1970 ' Cloninger is New MUSE Editor. Helen Pruden is New STAGECOACH Editor. taiiui- CLONINGER AND HEAD PUBLICATIONS l^oiiincfAv QT^_ y6ai’^s st^ff tliei'G I newly ap- is editor for 1970-71, trajisfS. C. She is a \vhere \ from UNC-G School a member of the at St ?®''^spaper statf. This year is an assistant ®>embei. r She is also a clio .®ignia-Mu and was ( team, '^^P^onship volley hi ^eb iff 11 ?Ppoi,if' tiappy -^vith her new ;t,” sai “• excited about ‘lUore n wants some e'assiojj >,P®y ieipation from all - ' • ^ fcihe hopes that there will VcIlMAtir ill 4-iTi-vrt r\‘f such on all morp'^"'" .f really tireat Stage I'k. s„„i,^'^^’^ety in the type of can put o ,, jielen conclud r»i*f cj + /M»in c? coach next 3 • oiixrni-\i\ siii.1 ni uie lypi' uj- can i'‘- ,-par ” Helen conclud- 1 art 1, ' short stories, origi- coach nex • ’pgt “If anybody ” I>eb e.l ‘ , "“'S suggestious. leh „„ ’ ^ hope there is as has » ’ ^ nope tliere is as na.s ««.■ „ ■operation among next please offer tlien. DEVERE Wpv. ^'-'^^ent Government of- each pi > • traditions. Tes, ■"’alls or am-i pnUparing, but these traditions aie endeau^^i,,^ accejiting tliis posi- St. tffls. So each of us preserve we had ■am lied 111 said: V. ail behalf of the entire student and ti‘' sincerely thank tn- 4*0 Other Student Gov- hcers strong dn,r‘‘^ers of this year for «Si-. H,c 3. W, -uinge which they pfR 33ie Student Gov- aat f*'*’*^ for 1970-71, only a " 0 ean follow success- ji""- E pi‘/ *as indeed heen a ee with the helpful mt ]\T°’**‘ *'ow and beloved •0(led ^ ^^bsani. Many good s m lObanges were made 3ar 1 St. Mary’s; inot-p '•*^^** probably be t i^ *'**Provements. Hut T ■ ,,,'’**0 to look at her crii- ■ St Mary’s could be- 1()( f **^ber junior col- St. ‘“H- othc. ^ only to the future E'here is something that makes you *'"» arc a St. l\rary’s her I h forth a little effort to on .tot T '■t;rs.r.nd“.e":ei:.« rotSib. .to Ito. .in.e - -V" "“xel!'riSy»toS.nton.«o;; e..,,n,fnt offleers,, criticisiiis bnt ^ offi- »„p„orl^ .1.0 o...don.». ;S™'on””to' and installed were Other officeis * ^ ^ j Board Flubby ^*“fb^Latham, Vice- Chairniaii; tm*^. Neal. Secretary- president, . persons, Presi- '^'^'TTnir Students, Lmda dent of Jta' of Hail Glass, the nei S^^^ attend the Council, "as ‘ iiospitaliza- installation due tioii. Welcome Alumnae To May Day Weekend staff as there teas tins ■™Heieu Pruden, a junior front,N, C„ iotoxtieaC d - tor of the Stageconob tot jeaj 11 wtiQi on the annual staff m >"^'Ct”^Vrl“v,1S;roi ■rSiona. H-r Stoieyt - valedictorian. Th s ,„pmijer of ti,P Stagecoach staff, meniDer ox The annual presentation of May Day, narrated by Mr. Lawrence, will be held tonight on the front campus. Participating in the fes tivities will be the May Court, Or- chesis, Caperettes, the Scottish Dancers, special dance groups, and the XCSU Pipe and Drum Corps. The program will begin with a short dance by the pages. The May Court will then be presented and Liz Capehart, Maid of Honor, will crown the 1970 May Queen, Emmy Sanders. Flowers will be presented to the Queen and her attendants by President Pisani. After doing the May Pole Dance, the May Court and guests will be entertained by the various St. Mary’s dance groups. They will perform a medley of popular dances of the past decade with the theme of “Reflections of the New Sound.” The Caperettes will go through the progression of dances such as the soft shoe, bop, bugaloo, twist, and c u r r e n t dances. Members of Orchesis and other St. Mary’s dancers will dance to theme songs of 'movies and plays of the .sixties and seven ties. A new feature of May Day will be the Scottish Dancers. They will be accompanied by the Pipe and Drum Corps of N.C. State in performing the Highland Fling, and other dances to the music of “Brigadoon.” A grand finale by all the dan cers will end the performance and the festivities. May Day weekend is going to be a very special one at St. Mary’s, for in addition to the fes tivities honoring the queen and her court, many alumnae have come to participate in Alumnae Weekend. The alumnae were hon ored Friday at a tea given by the Pisanis, and Friday night they at tended the May Day program. Saturday afternoon at 2 P.M. the alumnae will hear Mr. Pisani speak on “St. Mary’s Forecast.” At 4 P.M. they will attend a per formance of Only an Orphan Girl. New officers of the Alumnae Asso ciation will be installed: Mrs. Laurence Rankin of Gastonia will succeed Mrs. Mark Lindsey of Hamlet as president. DANCE GROUPS CHOOSE LEADERS FOR *70-’71 The St. Mary’s dance groups, Caperettes, Orchesis, and Scottish Dancers, have elected officers for next year. The main project for all three groups this year has been the May Day production, to be held tonight. Rising senior Sarah Barnes, from Southport, will be president of Caperettes. The vice-president, Lydia Schwartz, a freshman, is from Greensboro. Orchesis will have as its new president, sopho- tthf more Betsy Gardner of Fayette ville. The new vice-president will be Gail Perry of 'Windsor. The new president of Scottish Dancers, Betsy Monroe, and the vice-president, Suzanne Ishee, are both juniors from Fayetteville. Mary Gorrell of Greensboro, a freshman, will be secretary-treas urer. This summer, several mem bers of the group hope to go to Grandfather Mountain for the Highland Games. Presidents-elect of Caperettes, Scottish Dancers and Orchesis. heir com- m c affairs, id both in irk and in Carolina, ry’a. St. Mary's lented Dr. L past dat- 10 personal My job is ) graduate. Srone.” : “I really an, but I •e up teach- roughly en- ct of St. )ians t Play an, II [iducted for j production ison at St. 5-29. To be : of Father- fall produc- Ison’s “The ightful mu- s’ finishing .d their love 1 the 1920’s, i music and lale lead is hip portray. Karen Rose stress of the Dubonnet, sap” schooL d hy Lena aracters ijj. Ami igar Bryanj, fanet Davisi Boyfrien ast also ^ , Beca Bitt Raleigh \ if the chon 5 directed! with nm lael Buiie ! the Drg tn, vice ^ an, secreJ Cathe asurer. end)/

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