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Queens blues. volume (None) 192?-19??, November 15, 1940, Image 1

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T hanksgiving Holiday November 28 OUEENS BLUES Stunt Night November 26 Vol.^, No. 7 QUEENS COLLEGE, CHARLOTTE, N. C. November 15, 1940 Dean Announces Large Number High Grades For First Report Of Semester Cotton Stockings Are Here To Stay [Freshman Is Leader With Five Distinction Marks Trustees Set Goal For New Improvements Climaxing a day of discussions and ins])ection, the Board of Trustees of Queens College on Tuesday, No vember 12, decided to continue the program for the advancement of the college which was begun last year Within several weeks a complete program of the intended improve- I merits will be published by tbe com rnittee of advancement. The plans call for three million dollars to be spent over a period of sixteen am I a half years. Dr. Roswell Long is chairman for the advancement committee. Other I members are Dr. .T. H. Marion anc Mrs. R. O. Everett of Durham; Rev erend J. A. Jones and Hunter Mar- I shall of Charlotte; Dr. Hunter Blake ly, president of Queens; and Miss I Alma Edwards, Miss Clara B. Sla- I ton, Miss Jo I.angford, Mr. R. V Kennedy, Dean James M. Godarc i and Dr. J. M. Gettys. ^— I The twenty-four members of the Three Queens College students start the ball rolling as they sign a pledge to help the Chinese. Ihe first Board of Trustees who were enter to sign the paper are Marjorie Imhody of Charlotte (signing), Franz Rummel of Charlotte (standing) and tained at luncheon and were shown \ around the school are: Mrs. R. O Everett and the Reverend J. H [Marion, Jr., of Durham, Rev. R. T Baker and Rev. W. M. Currie of Belmont, Rev. A. B. MacClure of Lincolnton, R. L. Douglas of Ches- [ ter, S. C., Rev. G. A. Nickles of Charleston, S. C., Rev. F. Ray Rid die and Dr. J, A. Stoddard of Co lumbia, S. C., W. Ben Smith of Greenville, S. C., Rev. J. B. Mack I of Georgetown, S. C., Rev. H. Tucker Graham of Florence, S. C., Rev. C. A Calcote of Newberry, S. C., Rev. R C. Long of Greenwood, S. C., Earle Rowland of Sumter, S. C., and Mc Alister Carson, E. E. Jones, Mrs. R Horace Johnston, Dr. Oscar L. Miller Rev. J. A. Jones, Hunter Marshall Rev. J. M. Walker, .and Ivey Stew art, all of Charlotte. Mr. Stewart I and Mr. Rowland are new members of the board. to sign the paper are Marjorie Imhody of Charlotte (signing;, Elizabeth Brammer of Christianshurg, Va. (News staff photo.) Student Body Adopts Special Pledg es Majority Demand Five Point Plan At a special meeting of the student body, Tuesday, November 12, a pledge was formulated in regard to our nation’s policy in the war now raging between China and Japan. This movement was a direct result of Dr. Walter Judd’s talk in Chapel, Monday, November 11. The pledge, which is to be signed by all students, is as follows: “In view of the unthinking part the American people are taking in the conquest of China, I register my protest in the following manner: 1. I pledge for a period of three months (Nov. 12-Feb. 12) not to purchase any silk hose. 2. As far as possible, I will avoid the purchase of articles manufactured in Japan. 3. The Boarding Students agree to contribute tlie cost of two desserts each week to the maintenance of Gingling University. •L The Day Students and Boarding Students agree to contribute le for each 5c purchase in the Y Store to the cause of Chinese relief. 5. I will write a personal letter of protest to President Roosevelt.” This jiledge is to go into effect immediately. Various Views Find Expression On Campus Leila Warren of Washington, D. C., outhor of Foundntion Stone, a cur rent best seller, was the guest speak er in chapel today. “What do you think of the move ment to abolish silk hose and institute cotton ones on our campus?” The opinions of the following people rep resent the consensus of the feeling of both faculty and students towards this move. EmzABETir Br^vmmer: “I think there is much more to the idea than just boycotting Japan. We should all relish the chance to prove to the rest of the country that we young people are really interested in the affairs of our country. We ought to be able to influence other colleges in the nation.” Axx Golden: “I have seldom heard such a stir about any one thing as there was after chapel Monday. To prove that the feeling was really sincere, I would certainly he glad to doff silk hose aild put on cotton ones.” can Miss “I am heartily in favor of such a move, no matter how drastic it is. If every one will co-operate, we may be able to start a ball rolling that will have national influence. You know colleges do that.” Miss Jean Orr: “A small jiehble thrown into a lake will cause ripples to spread over a large area. Dr. Judd threw out a thought that has fired our student body into action Who knovv's but that our answer to this great call may spread to other schools and colleges.” Mary Jane Hart: “I think it’s a fine thing, hut one that demands the active support of every one. Anv- how, if Elissa I.andi can wear black hose and be ‘continental,’ I guess we can wear cotton ones and be klnda cute, too.” Prominent Trnstee From South Carolina Addresses Students of Peace and Fear Dr. Roswell Long, of Greenwood, S. C., spoke in Cbapel, Tuesday, No vember 12. Mr. Long is a member of the Board of Trustees, and was liere for the meeting of trustees of the college. His address followed inspirational lines, and he said: “Peace is the ab sence of fear; it doesn’t come by hostilities, wars, embargos, or get ting even with someone. Only God can chase all clouds of fear away, and friendships cannot come in the presence of fear.” Sigma Mu Has Initiations Last Wednesday night in the Hut Sigma Mu held its initiation of four new members. They were: Mary Thompson, Helen Cochran, Annette Maciver, all of Charlotte, and Ame lia Bradham of Sumter, S. C. The Alpha chapter of Sigma Mu was organized in 1936 on the campus of Emory and Henry in Emory, Vir ginia. That same year a chapter was organized here at Queens. The pur pose of the fraternity is to recognize outstanding leadership and scholar ship among the students and faculty. The other members of the local chapter are: Tera Bailey, president; Irene Davis, vice-president, Dr. Howe, secretary and treasurer. Dr. Abernathy, Mr. Godard, Mr. Ken nedy, Caroline Edwards, Maujer Moseley, and Jean Neu. Dr. Hunter Blakely is an honorary member. * One hundred and thirty-five stu dents have been credited with marks of distinction for the fall quarter according to Dean of Government J. M. Godard. Mildred Pearson of the freshman class heads the list with five distinctions. Those having four distinction.s are Marguerite Gillespie, Sue Howe, and Ruth Kilgo. Sara Bailey, Joy Fitz simmons, Gail Griffith, Margaret Hawkins, Mary Marshall Jones, Mar guerite Mason, and Mary Kate Kornegay have three distinctions. Nancy Claire Allen, Kitty Beckett, Helen Blair, Dorothy Dixon, Caro line Edwards, Inez Fulbright, Eouise Griffin, Virginia Jennings, - Annie Louise Lambert, Lalla Marshall, Lenore McCall, Sarah Frances Mcr Laurln, Elsie Moseley, Eugenia Neu, Virginia Prunty, Dorothy Summer ville, Alice Young, Mabel Borers, Clara Carpenter, Cynthia Leach, Julia McMurry, Emma Newell, Mil dred Robinson, Mary Ward, and Annette Mclver have two distinction marks. Those having one distinction mark are as follows: Margaret Aldred, Mrs. Grant Ashley, Tera Baily, Anne Barrier, Winifred Bean, Peggy Bell, Lucille Blackburn, I.ouise Blue, Nellie Bookout, Anne Branan, Mil dred Breeden, Frances Brockington, Louise Brumley, Elsbeth Burnham, Ruth Carter, Margaret Chandler, June Childs, Helen Cochrane, Mar garet Cochrane, Gloria Coppola, Vashti Cox, Nancy ,Iane Dandridge, Irene Davis, Martha Elliot, Betty Jane Furay, Laura Griffith, Catherine Heigler, Mary Jane Hart, Lucy Has sell, Annie Fred Henderson, Harriet Henderson, Dorothy Herron, Jean Hester, Mrs. Lucy Hogan, Elnora Honeycutt, Geneivc Hosmer, Sue Howe, Elizabeth Imhody, Marjorie Imbody, Nancy Isenhour, Josephine Johnson, Mary Mercer Johnson, Mary Lorene Jones, Elise Kennedy, Eliza beth Killough, Maureen Latta, Mrs. Dorothy Lawson, Marie Leonard, Dorothy Link, Aileen Long, Dorothy Longenecker, Blanche Medbery, Ann Mauldin,^^Betty McClintock, Vivian McCorkle, Katherine McCorkle, Har riet McDowell, Ollle Meadows, Caro- yn Miller, • Frances Moseley, Terry Mosteller, Louisa Mcl.ean, Elizabeth Myers, Peggy Par.sley, Catherine Patterson, Alice Payne, Martha Pen- and, Eloise Pickard, Margaret Por ter, Nancy Query, Frances Riddle, {Continued on page three) Association Met Tuesday Dr. W. E. Caldwell Spoke To Group The American Association of Uni versity Women held its regular monthly meeting Tuesday afternoon in the Queens College auditorium. ”’he speaker was Dr. Wallace E. Caldwell, of the history department of the University of North Caro- ina. His topic was “Greek and Roman Contributions to tbe Back ground of American Democracy.” Mrs. R. M. McKey is president of le local organization. Dr. Dorisse Jowe is chairman of the program committee.

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