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OF ST. MARY’S
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
February 5, 1971
the ceremony for
too ^^cKenzie Ragland class-
p "^tiding took place Monday,
or» Rev. Hobgood
ceremony, and Dr. Pi-
Th’ welcoming remarks,
hvm followed by the school
tospoii Chorale, and
Itymn*^"^^ reading. After another
toop*^’, actual groundbreaking
tttati Jomes Poyner, Chair-
6(J Board of Trustees, turn-
silve ^ ^P^tleful of dirt with a
by p) ^Pode. He was then followed
Dean*^ ^^Bel Morrison, Academic
tiae JoBn Davis, Alum-
itt jp ^^°t^l^tion. Student participants
®®ttv \a/'''®te Gail Perry,
^fter Rebecca Stallings,
pants ^ j f*cnediction, the partici-
spectators attended a
Itt Smedes Parlor.
. Body Enacts
effr ^ *
rnet in January and
Motive P^^'^t^lons which became
Ne cht^log hours for all classes
Q^^tirdav ^ttd both Friday and
are now the same,
return to school by
?°Pltoinorp^’l^* Juniors by 1:00 a.m.
I’ttl Freshr! ^tgn in by 12:00
d? fl-^0. From Sun
il L^tttili^^on'tsrlay, Seniors may
■So 2.00 and Juniors until
laas h’ ^ penalty for late-
lS^ to ™P«sed. If a girl is
t)rfhalf k^ rninutes late, she will
n„''‘lsges c„ from all her dating
Q,7"^8es fT^'-'f ^rom all her dating
k®''^er. jf f the remainder of the
‘'^Ut la, she is :tn ■
as *3te, sh,
minutes to one
be lost from a
8irR .Ur ,...-ii ^Pse Committee. A
aricl 1 rir or ^7''^“''^^-'’ *f returns
Hark Will ^Ban her curfew,
an.jhtne 7^prit to Social Board.
W'^’^hior,.,!.„ls late she will lose
Bour from her cur-
V ""Ponal half
'^‘"'S passed in re-
atiy^ jri g pus hours. Seniors may
^te^'kht of ^"'u until 11:00
A ^®^hcr fi ^’KU uut in Cruik-
Hoard''‘Orient passed to allow
'^%ai °f Tn. "^^presentation on the
The details still
^ed to erit and will he
^ Board in April.
belles chapel poll
Editor’s Note: This poll went out to all students last week. Partici-
vation in this poll was very poor indeed considering the deep feelings on
the suhiect. Only 166 sheets were turned in. However this numher seems to
present a representative cross-section of student opinion. Figures have been
] Do you enjoy the chapel service as it is now? 35.5% yes; 58.5% no;
o WPirh sendee (if any) is the most meaningful to you? Wednesday,
70 6%- Sunday, 9.7%; Monday, 1.8%; Communion, 4.8%; All, 1.2%;
2 vnii like to see some of the services changed m order to try to
Seiem mm meaningful? 116% yes; 87% no blank 0.4%.
A n vmi think that chapel would be MORE meaningful if attendance be-
■ came voluntary? 88% yes; 12% no.
D 'ou think that compulsory chapel should be done away with? 80.3%
UU VUU ... _
ves-' 15.6% no; unsure 4.2%.
6 Would you attend chapel semi-regularly if chapel became voluntary?
88 7% yes; 7.8% no; undecided 3.6%.
rPaf the entire character of St. Mary’s would be jeopar-
; “nT rirnlk do you believe strongly enough in what St.
hfvs 'sanlls fo".o ke% compulsory chapel? 63.4% yes; 29.5% no;
inanswered 7.2%. ,■ a 6 , - A ,
1 kev,., many times have you skipped chapel since August?
8, Honestly-how many_^._^^^
none 4//o, uuu>..4
The Circle walked Wednesday
r-old Cuts Ttish Potter headed a
the m m V Hected to serve as
She has ee Peature and
Soring Oueen and is Pea ur
Assis.LrEdi.or of the BelUs.
strong. The n ^ g^
nounced thro gB January 28.
theme song jMurfrees-
Catherine HiH, anJ
“fm°"h”e Belte' new Sf*
Column. She has Qjj]y
redhead m the hometown is
McE1w«. bJ'./'“'Sselor on 3rd
Statesville, is ^ the Circle.
Sinedes and a
F-S -unselor, Sec-
Blce. She is a ‘O'JS ^ ^^ig^ys
rctary-Treasurer p jj^nt of the
Chorale, and g Kathy Pace
Granddaughte _ gge is a
is also a i \\test Smedes and
Beacon Inducts Six
The Beacon inducted members
January 21. The new members are
Candy Currin, Camron Cutting,
Ann R.eesman, Missy Taylor, Caren
Threshie, and Kay Turner.
Candy Currin is a day student
from Fuquay-Varina. Last year
Candy served on the Hospitality and
Orientation Committees, while this
year she is a member of the Com
mencement and Future Planning
Morganton is the hometown of
Cameron Cutting. As a Freshman,
Cameron was Dance Marshall and
was in the YWCA. This year Cam
eron is a Sigma Cheerleader.
Ann Reesman hails from New
Bern. Ann is a member of the ten
nis team and she is also in the
From Washington, Missy Taylor
is active in the Sigma-Mu, playing
for the Mu’s. Missy also serves on
the Commencement Committee.
Rochester, Massachusetts is the
home town of Caren Threshie. Caren
is a member of the Leg. Body, as she
was last year.
Kay Turner is from Martinsville,
Virginia. This year Kay is the car
toonist for the Belles and is a mem
ber of the YDC.
FlicEs oi the Future
CARDINAL — "Love Story’’ — starts
STATE — "Julius Caesar’’—ends Feb.
VARSITY — “Satyricon” — ends Feb.
What is it Beth Harrison does be
hind locked doors?
With the broadening of our cur
riculum, we hear a new course
in “how to catch a man” will be
taught by Misses Vann, Elling
ton, Jones, Underwood, a n d
Stratton, can I have a burger,
fries, and a coke?
Hey, Laura, after all this time
those Pika calls still put you on
Now that we’ve gotten a new
classroom building, all we need
is a new cafeteria, a new gym,
a new music building, a new
auditorium, a new dorm, a new
art studio, a new parlor, and
just a few more lights.
Hey, Lou Abbitt, I hear it’s the
first time since your sophomore
Notice to all affected: Due to past
grain parties, orange juice will
he on tap in the dorms.
Julie Parker, how is it that Bob’s
interviews lead to basketball
Dianne Houghton — Why do yon
lock your roommate out at mid
Brandon Moore—What’s this sud
den interest in Y^ale?
Hey, Judy Edwards, What’s yonr
sudden interest in tennis courts
on Sunday mornings?
Pat Pollard, you say daquiris and
scissors don’t mix?
Peaches, you say you like full
Mary McCown — you needed a
Bloody Mary Skurday morn
Sharon Henry — Why so many
male visitors lately?
Margaret Willetts — What’s this
we hear about your secret mar
Betesy Pritchard—Has the “spe
cial” call come on your own
2nd Penick—How are your Sr.
Candy Spear: 'Where is your clear-
Susan Carroll: After four months
you finally learned how to fry
your hair and to wear wire-rim
The “poop” is short this week be
cause of tliis special edition.
ted both in
TOrk and in
t St. Mary’s
m past dat-
“My job is
ir: “I really
lean, but I
ive up teach-
ject of St.
eason at St.
28-29. To be
jk of Pather-
i fall produc-
ind their lo've
in the 1920’s,
he music and
imale lead ig
. Karen Rose
listress of the
ted by Lena
d Raleigh tJ
of the chor
of the Drg