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OF ST. MARY’S
J^XXV, NO.-3. f
RALEIGH, north CAROLINA
November 4, 1971
LEG. BODY RESULTS
were recently acted upon by the
clij- resulting in several important
anrl ™les of both underclassmen
sigjj^PP®rclassmen are no longer required to
ijig Sundays unless dating or yetum-
frouj ^ P-ni. Upperclassmen returning
and s' and holidays must return
nigljt'^r” ^n by their dating curfew for that
SaturH must return by 1:00 a.m. on
Senio and by 11:30 p.m. on Sundays,
and back by 1:30 a.m. on Friday
on "'ghts and by 12:00 midnight
ay and Monday nights.
^*ons change involves blanket permis-
second which are now effective
The r| spatter rather than second semester,
'^hangpri*^*^^ hours for Juniors have been
On g allow first quarter Juniors to date
quarter .nights until 11:30 p.m. Second
vveeh ■ Juniors with a P. 0 mav date one
•■celt n- n "'hh a 2.0 may date one
Sunday until ^* = 30 p.m. in addition to
a 2.Q second semester Juniors with
4.0 ^ semester *,
ll:3() week nights until
g addition to Sunday nights.
have unlimited overnights;
Juniors with a 2.5 may
^®nts ar overnights also. College stu-
c now allowed to take overnights in
'er loperform on Wednesday, 'Noyem-
Hakoshima, renowned Japanese
fc perfo*' auditorium. Yass Hakoshima
§Propg his original programs in many
S. countries and has been touring the
* lhanks to the "planning of
‘Ueticap of the Association of
. n '-'Olleges.
'Tr'^’ng —'^^mma is the only Japanese per-
r ">Ufih in the Western world.
oltf blending of pantomine, one
x^,‘Pia comV J^P^nese dramatic forms, Hak>
piovp Japanese classical dance and
?®Pt, 'pi "uent to express a personal state-
h^ able^*^^” repertory of numbers,
nafi.° ‘^^'uonstrate many emotions-
K^Sgle grandeur, and a symbolic
3'Ues to freedom. Some of the panto-
4e p.\ Performed during the program
ai!?’ Pun,! ®rman. Geisha, Harakiri, Dic-
^eta^^^’i Dream, Labyrinth,
d/' Hako,>i,°'^^°*'*" With his performance,
*''upstratm'™*r^®* agreed to give a lecture-
P of the pantomine art form.
Raleigh in the following places: day stu
dents’ homes, homes of tearders who live m
Raleigh, approved women’s dorms m Raleigh,
and with relatives and friends of the family
who are approved hostesses.
As soon as possible, there will be a sign-
out and dorm-dating system established tor
As a result of the Leg. Body’s actions, un
derclassmen may now take town permissions
until 6:30 p.m. with two people. The daUng
curfews for underclassmen have been ex
tended to 12:00 midnight for Freshmen and
^12:30 a.m. for Sophomores on Fnday and
Sophomores can take two college over-
ner vear either semester now. Fresh-
“fi now aL allowed to take six overnights
Tnd three chapel cuts first semester and seven
overnight and four chapel cuts second se
mester Sophomores may take eigh over-
Sghts and four chapel cuts first semester and
Ten overnights and five chapel cuts second
semester. Those Sophomores who have a 2.5
may take nvelve overnights and six chape
All Leg. Body actions became effective
on Friday, October 22, 1971.
Raleigh’s Boylan Heights School, set in
an open-classroom atmosphere, is once again
the scene of a St. Mary’s tutorial program.
SMJC students who are not on academic prci-
bation spend approximately two hours a week
in the grades one-through-five school helping
the children in areas ranging from P. E. to
drama and dance groups.
The program was started last year in Mr.
Roberts’ Contemporary Sociology class. Mrs.
Louise Blanton, principal at Boylan Heights,
spoke to the class and encouraged any girls
interested to visit the school and observe the
students. One of the girls who tutored last
year and helped with the organization of this
year’s group is Jane Oliver, a sophomore.
“The program is going really well. Every
body is needed ovfer there and used,’’ she
“The children get a lot of individual at
tention, a friend and a new face. That is
what they really need,” Jane said. When
asked if the parents thought the program was
a good one, Jane replied, “The parents really
are not interested in their children’s educa
tion. That is why these children are in the
Mrs. Blanton explained the working of
the school as “like a family. There are multi
aged children together. They work at their
own rate, and do the work when they are in
the right mood. They must, however, finish
their assigned daily work by the end of the
Grades are not given out as in regular
schools. The parents are sent a check-list at
the end of each term with- the skills checked
which the individual child has completed.
“It allows a child to move rapidly or slowly,
according to their mentality,” Mrs. Blanton
“The SMJC girls have done wonderful
things,” said Mrs. Blanton. “It is like a shot
in the arm to have them come in so happy
and gay and walling to work. And then, they
thank US before they leave!”
Words Of Wisdom
DO NOT LAY THINGS TOO
MUCH TO HEART. NO ONE IS
REALLY BEATEN UNLESS HE IS
become Headers ^ in“TKeir~COHF
President of academic affairs.
Becoming interested both in
more challenging work and in
returning to North Carolina,
he came to St. Mary’s.
“I’ve kno"wn about St. Mary’s
all my life,” commented Dr^-
Miller, “mainly from past dat
ing experiences.” i
Although he has no personal
advisees, he says “My job is
to help the students graduate.
I’d like to help everyone.”
Stated Dr. Miller: “I really
enjoy being a dean, but ■ I
■wouldn’t want to give up teach
ing, either. I am thoroughly en
joying every aspect of St.
To Present Play
by Tonia Bryan, II
Tryouts were conducted for
the first Drama Club production
of the 1973-74 season at St.
Mary’s on Aug. 28-29. To be
performed the week of Pather-
Daughter\Day, the fall produc
tion is Sandy 'Wilson’s “The
Boy Friend,” a delightful mu
sical about a girls’ finishing
school in Prance and their love
life problems. Set in the 1920’s
it is filled 'with the music and
dancing of the time.
Cast as the female lead is
Catherine Blankenship portray,
ing Polly Browne. Karen Rose
is the fussy headmistress of the
school, Madame Dubonnet
Maisie, that “Madcap” school-!
&irl, is represented by Lena
Johnson. Other characters m
elude Hortense, Leigh
Raynor; Dulcie, Sugar Bryaa.f
Lady Brockhurst, Janet Davis!
and as Tony (the Boyfriend '
Roy Dicks. 'The cast also i-
cludes Coco Pollard, Beca Bi
Don Key (a noted Raleigh
ent) and members of the chor
The production is directed!
Harry Callahan, -with mu
super-rised by Michael BniiJ
The president of the Drj
Club is Mebane Ham, vice jd
ident is Sugar Bryan, secret
is Karen Rose, and Cathe
Blankenship is treasurer.