BREVARD COLLEGE, NOVEMBER 4, 1960
Four new eheerkiat!>ars, all
f-eshinien, have 'be'cn eledted to
the Brevard College cheering
equacl by the student ' body.
live gii’ls tried out befo-re;
the'students October 31, and'
four regular che'erleaders plus
two 'arternates were selected, i
Thl? new “yell-belles” are Marj'
Jo Eady, Shirley Hammill, Har
riet Neelson, and Kitty Whit-
vorbh. Alternates ana Fran
J-aquette and MarlJha Barnette.!
These girls will join chief
clieerD3ladeT Helen Nelson, Car-j
oI Chaplin, Christine Famian,;
Ahce Biarnliill an'd Martha Ann
Fair in providirnig spirit and ^
backing for the 1960-61 basket
ball team. Mrs. Barbara Sader is
the adviser for the group.
A small band hlas been or-
ganixed to 'play at tihe games.
They also will help in provid
ing spirit and leading Brevard’s
team to victory.
Is Head Of
Much initerest is being shown
in the newly organized OamePa
Club. This club is tio help all
studiemts who are interesited in
learnimg to take the rigWt kind
of picture and, also; if it can be
arraniged, to sihow each sltxid-
enit 'how a picture is developed
The club is 'goinig to tate:'
tri'ps and 'go on hikes. They will
have photographeirs come and
speak to them. They will also
visit the newspaper office and
seia how news photographers
Ken Bryson oirganized the
club 'this year with one purpose
—to train studenlts in the art
of midring good 'picture^.
Ken was in la ollass of photio-
graphy at Parker High School
in GreenivilLei, South Oaroiina.
He was a photographer focr the
school annual and 'school pap
er. He was 'awarded the best
picture aw'ard for ithe anniual.
This year he will bla the photo
grapher for The Clarion, amd
perhaps for the putvlic relations
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Mack Haywood Elected
Brevard College BSO
Makes Plans For Teas
For Freshmen Girls
Shown above are the newly elected officers of
the the 1960-61 Brevard College sophomore class.
Left to right, standing, are Frank Wharton, vice-
president; and Mack Haywfood, president. Sitting
are Susi Hodges, secretary-treasurer and Carol Mat
thews, representative to the Student Council.
Tto, year 'the Big Sieter Orr
t^'i'n'izatuon has miade each Crcsh:
man giri. feel ccimfwritlable in ad-
ji'slinig 1;o her new 'home.
Each Big Sister vmis here to
greet the new girls at regisitara-
tion. They were r^ognized' by
tfcir'ioutstaodin'g, oultfits, white
dresses and blue wies'bits, amd
a name tag. Eaioh Big , Sister
adopited seven girl'S of 'the fresih-
man class and. tnansfer. situd-
erjts 'and her purpose was tio ac-
quia'int them with dampuis life
'a,nid be cif belp to them dm any
way possible. Thiedlr guidlaisce
and help 'throughout oo'entotioin
wais very isuicoesstfuL
They have, P'lannied teas', for
tlreir litJtllei sisters tine i|:atteir pairt
of 'tihis imlooitih. . ^
They are nlow in tiie process'
of giving enjoyaible' skdits at
This yeiar the Big S'islter, .Or-
giraization is undleo* the leadlejr-
ship of Hazel Willia'msi. Mem-,
bei's iincliu'de Lindla P'hillips,
Bairbaria Pl'esis, Bairbaira Bever
ly, 'Patsy Gffeem', Vaindialyn
Brown, Pranices Kwoik, Sandty
Smith, Asitla 'GHalbrielsoni, Marie
T:le'le, Anmla Wi'Hiamson, Judy
Groglan, Diannia Nelslbitt, Lindla
Stouit, and Ilena King.
The 'sophom'ore . cIbeb of Bre-
vand Coililege n’.iet.f'or jflhe.first
meetinig of the year. Mon-
d'ayj dctclbicr' 24, fw 'tli« pur-
pceie 'Cif eleetiiig'class'offiicers.
Tile poi,HKi'dentt ''pf. , the , class
last .ycair, Mick Maua^. presi
ded over tihe nieieitiing tmM the
rjcw presdde'nt was .cU:i0ed.
Mack iHiaywoqd.'from Waxhaw,
vyiil'l kla'd ithe sicipjhoimoire class
this yelar as. p'residenit. Frank
W'hartO'n, Belhaven., mus elect
ed , victe-^presidienit; Suisi Hodges
Gif. Arlitiigften, Virginia, \ is the
new secretiary - treasiuirer; and
Ctaiol MattTiiews, Dlal'lais,; Texas, is
the rep'reBienltative: to. tihe Stud-
•int Council from the cJasB.
First Lyceum Program To Be
Presentation Of ''Carmen"'
The first program in the Ly
ceum sJaries here 'alt Brevard
College this seaison will be a
.performance of “Ca'rm‘em”,_ No-
vem'ber 10, by thie National
Opera company, formerly Grass
Far 12 years this enterpris
ing young group 'df talent^
iplayers has brought enitertein-
nienit to varied sponisors indud-
inig schools. Collage lyceum cour-
'ses, civic groups and concert
They have pisirfo'rmed in gym
nasiums, on stages' with no cur
tains and on maikesliift staiges
with cracks so large the girls
lost an occasi'OTiiail heel. They
have sung througlh thunder-
srorms, bl'own fuses (with
candles for Stags illumination
and a flashlight for the accom
panist) and 'have contended with
mice in the dressing room£.
And, too, they have appeared
in some of 'the finlslst auditori
ums 'with air condiltio'nding, elec-
trica'lly operaited curtain's, and
the most up-todlalte faciliti'es.
“Beiglardfless of surround-
ings,” BaidI Professor Nelson F.
Adams, hlEiad of tihie Bre'vard
College Musiic d'eparitnDemt, “the
ti’oupe P'Uts fcrtfc its maximum
effort with the reswlt a new
audliemice of opera lovers ils be
iiiig formled. Thie aiverage man is
discovering opera, wliien suing in
EnglMi, can ibe iclnjoiyiabile.”
The finals for the girl’s in
tramural softball tournament
between second and basement
floors wound up favoring
second floor, 8 to 1. Captain
of second floor was Brenda
Powell; basement’s captain
was Joyce Clark. L’il Jo Gail
Garmon’s pitching was the
treat for all the spectators.
Congratulations to second
The Honorary Girl’s Soft
ball Team consists of the fol-
-lowing players: Jo Gail Gar
mon, Patsy Green, Jackie
Cabe, Jane Royster, Sally
Maynard, Joyce Clark, Dianne
Brackett, Carol Padgett, and
Is By Tracy
For the NoiV^mmlber ^. ex
hibit in. itte Kacuity'1/Ovmge of
Sims Camipus, CenitOT Building
at Brevard. Ooffl«gie Kennlejth Da-
B'Oiis^ bead of tte ' Artt'D'cpart-
nient, 'hais chosen the;works of
Lois Barletit 'TPaoy. The exhi'bit,,
whi'Cih lis open ito tihie .public, will
hang uinltil Novtcl.Ti)ber 21.
Mrs. Traty, now a resident of
AsheviHe, has had. shows ia
American UniversStiies 'amd mu-
seuimis lior' seveinail yfiiatts.' She
lias exh'ibiitied in Europ'e with
thiE! National Associiation of Wo
men Paitoters in; bdtlh oil aind
v.'atercolor ^ows. H^ painitiTlgs
are in tihe perrplainemlt collec-
tions of Kamisais .State; University
of Virginia,’ Rollins 0oHege, and
Michigan State Univers'ity.
Painitinigs by Mrs. Tracy wfeaie
chosen to reipr^iifilt thie State
of Florida in 'the New York
World’s Fair 'and tlie first ex
hibition of ^Welri'oan. Art in
Rocfcefeiler 'Cejiltlelr. Her work
took first prize in'the Oil and
Scjulipiture Fine Arits 'Pestiai at
Virglinliia in 1959. Inc3udei
among the m'any prizes won by
Mrs. Tracy are th'e Kathlerin
Larkin water color prize; tlite
Henry J. Gaisimian wltercoior
prize in Ithe NialtionaSt; Assoctet-
ti'on of Women Artislts’ Exhibit
of 1950; Norfolk TVtulsieum pur-
cl-iiase award in 1957; Most ci’ea-
tive Work of Art Award ito the
AAUW Exhi'bit of NIetw H)amp-
sliSre in 1955.
Mrs. Tracy reecived her A. B.
degree at Rollrnis Oolltegje ib
1929 aind her M. A. degree in
Art from , Michigan ;Sitate Uini-
Msrsity in 1958. She has Studied
witii Hans Hoffman of New
York. In, 1956-59 she ^tangM Art
at tihe Umiversity of Vifrginlia.
“CARMEN” will be presented by the National
Opera comipany here at Brevard college on Thurs
day night, Nov. 10th. In th'e scene above a dis
hevelled Don Jose, recently from prison, meets Car
men at a rough mountain inn.
The Student Government
Association will sponsor a
movie, “ftelen of Troy,” to
morrow night, Saturday, No
vember 5, in the Campus Cen
ter Building auditorium, be
ginning at 7:30. There is no
charge for the movie.