North Carolina Newspapers

MARCH 6, 1963
Election Day
To Be April 1
Mon., March 11 - The Regis
trar's office will release a class
of freshmen, sophomores,
juniors eUgible for these of-
Dormitory meetings to
eligibility list.
Tues., March 12, 10:00 a.m.-
junior class meeting for nomin
Fri March 15, 10:00 a.m.—
iFreshman class meeting for
Fri., March 15 — The slates
of dass nominations will be sub-
mtted to and checked by the
Office of Student Affairs for
Wed., March 20 — Sample
lallot will be posted.
Wed., March 27 — Campaign
naterial may go up.
Mon., April 1 — ELECTION
)AY. Candidates must remove
ampaign material by 10:00 p.
n. Balloting will be conducted
IS in the first election, except
;hat there will be a ballot box
:or each class and different col-
)red ballots.
Wed., April 3 — Runoffs.
Carol Brooks Heads 1963 - '64 Student Body
560 Students Vote In Election
Theatre Montreal Career In Federal
- ,, Civil Service To Be
ibinet Appoints 1
Concert Committee
The Student Cabinet recently
Recommended several students
lor consideration as possible
Ippointees to the 1963-64 Con
lert-Lecture Committee. Ac-
lording to the St. Andrews
Etudent Handbook, the Cabinet
jecommends and the president
If the college appoints the stu-
|ents. Dr. Moore has appointed
fory Elizabeth Ricks and Pres-
pn Stone as student members
lor 1963-64. Dr. Davidson has
Ippointed the faculty repre-
lentatives on the committee,
fhey are: Professor Hoskins,
thairman. Miss Gloria Blanton
|lr. Gustafson, Mi's. Silas
faughn, and Mr. Frank West.
The Department of Campus
Christian Life of the Presbyteri
an Church, U.S. in conjunction
with the Mountain Montreat As
sociation are now accepting ap
plications for the second season
of Theatre Montreat. The Thea
ter will be directed by Mr. Ar
thur McDonald who has an MA
in Dramatic Art from the Uni
versity of North Carolina and
professor of Drama at St. An
The Resident Company will be
composed of eight actors. Stu
dents between the ages of 18-30
should apply for membership
in the company if they have had
previous experience in the thea
tre and are interested in explor
ing the arts and religion.
Those accepted by the theatre
must provide their own trans
portation to Montreat which is
located a few miles east of
Asheville, N. C. The company
will be in residence from approx
imately June 20 until August
20. Some of the productions
will be presenteed as a part of
the many conferences that are
held at Montreat Conference
grounds for the Presbyterian
Church, U.S. The Resident Com
pany will also present a six-
weeks summer stock season in
the Graybeard Playhouse.
Application blanks can be ob
tained by writing to: The De
partment of Campus Christian
Life, Drama Project, Box 1176,
Richmond 9, Virginia. These
forms should be returned by
April 1, 1963.
Discussed Here Friday
Career opportunities for col
lege graduates in Federal civil
service will be the topic of group
discussions to be held on Fri
day, March 8, 1963.
Ml’. Philip B. Belt, a represen
tative of the United States Civil
Service Commission, will visit
the campus on Friday to meet
with students interested in after
college career opportunities.
The Federal career service em
ploys people in almost every oc
cupational field. For this reason,
Mr. Belt is interested in talking
to students at both Junior and
Senior level, in all major cours
es or disciplines.
Arrangements for Mr. Belt’s
visit are being made by the Of
fice of Student Affairs. AU stu
dents interested in attending
one of the meetings on Friday
should contact that office now.
Mr. Belt will arrive on cam
pus at 10:00 a.m.
Miss Carol Brooks, a rising senior from Charlotte has been
elected the 1963-1964 President of the Student Body. The final tally
for this office was 328 for 'Miss Brooks and 232 for her opponent
Joe Chandler. The main issue in the campaign was the need for
more student government. Each candidate pi-oposed their methods
of achieving this end.
Final Concert Of
Concert Lecture Series
Held Tuesday Night
The final concert of the Con-
cert-Lecture Series took place
Tuesday night at 8 p.m. in the
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Schedule of Events
Wednesday, March 6:
8 p.m. bridge — faculty din
ing room.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
March 7, 8, 9:
Greek tragedies — LA au
Monday, March 11:
ASTC, here, tennis.
Thmday, March 14:
Baseball at Pembroke.
Friday, March 15 through
Thursday, March 21:
Mid-semester testing.
Thursday, March 21:
1 p.m. — Spring recess be
Thursday, March 28:
8 a m. — Classes resume.
Scene From Medea
Miss Brooks favored more
student government through
more effective communication
and understanding with the
faculty and ladministration. Mr.
Chandler seemed to advocate
a policy cuf ithe faculty and ad
ministration allowing ithe stu
dents to handle 'their own af
fairs with faculty and adminis
tration as outsiders.
Miss Brooks based her can
didacy upon her past experience
Kilenyi Here For
Piano Workshop
Edward Kilenyi, concert pi
anist and recording artist, will
conduct a two-day piano work
shop for teachers and all inter
ested students.
Now professor of music at
Florida State University, Ed
ward Kilenyi studied in Buda
pest under composer - pianist
Ernst von Dohnanyi, several of
whose works appear on the re
cital program. His American de
but at New York’s Town Hall
in 1940 followed several success
ful concert seasons in Europe.
Among conductors with whom
he has played are Mitropoulos,
Ormandy, Klemperer, Halasz,
Newman, Barnett, Barbirolli and
>ir Thomas Beecham.
Mr. Kilenyi has been very
successful in preparing students
for national and international
competition. Two of his proteges
swept the artist and students
competition in the last biennial
contest of the National Federa
tion of Music Clubs.
The object of the workshop
is to help students and teachers
improve their professional
standing, observe the techniques
of a master at performance and
instruction. The workshop op
March 7 will consist of a study
of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and
On Friday, March 8, Mr. Kil
enyi will give a master class for
teachers and students who want
to play for public critics. The
final class study will be on De
bussy and other contemporary
A recital by Kilenyi will con
clude the workshop on Friday,
March 8, beginning at 8:15 in
the National Guard Armory.
Works included on the program
will be Bach’s Fantasie in C
minor and Beethoven’s Sonata
in C major “Waltstein.” Several
wcjrks of Chopin, including
Etude in F minor, Prelude in
B-flat minor and Scherzo in C-
sharp minor will also be heard.
Kilenyi has included works by
Dohnanyi, Bartok and Liszt as
Professor Lewis Hoy of the
Conservatory of Music is in
charge of arrangements for the
in several phases of student
government. Mr. Chandler, who
entered student government
only ithis past year felt his
qualifications ample having
served on the Senate, Student
life, and Ijhe Donm Council of
Orange. Mr. Chandler wias per
haps better known to the fresh
man and to the Men’s Dorm,
while Miss Brocuks was primar
ily known in the Women’s
Quad at ithe beginning of the
The two candidates spoke
last Friday a week ago before
interested students in the main
lounge oif 'the Student Center
sponsored by the Student For
um. At this time Miss Brooks
made an overwhelmingly fav
orable impression. Last Tuesday
the candidates spoke on the
campus Radio where Mr. Chand
lor was more effective but due
to the snowfall that evening
few students were listening and
Mr. Chandler was unable to
offset Miss Brooks’ Forum
As the campaign progressed
the opponents went to each
dormitory and expressed their
views on student government
and answered questions fired at
them by interested students.
During this time of dorm to
dorm speaking Miss Brooks
was able 'to come in contact
with those students who had
not known of her or her views
before. Miss Brooks made a
sizable dent in her opponents
territory because of the speech
The question which students
are now asking is how and
why. What was the turning
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In the last issue of the Lance,
due to a misprint, the name of
a cast member of the Medea
was mispelled. The newspaper
staff would like to apologize to
Miss Dorothy Corey for this

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