North Carolina Newspapers

    VOL. Ill, No. 7
Ump And Shield
r Contest
The third annual Miss Lamp
d Shield beauty pageant will
> held Saturday night at 8 o’clock
the liberal arts auditorium,
he contest, sponsored by the
AMP AND SHIELD staff, will
onslst of twenty-seven lovely
Iris chosen earlier by secret
allot votes of the dormitories.
VIr. Robert Gustaftson will be
aster of ceremonies, and St.
ndrews students will provide
ntertainment. Bobbie JeanGant,
Iss Charlotte 1963: Miss Mar-
Winslow, fashion designer
II Charlotte, N. C.; James
artln, math professor of St.
-drews: Roy Cashion, presi.
of the Sanford Jaycees; and
iss Betsy McNeill of Laurin-
urg will be the judges for the
ontest. After being judged on
eauty and poise, the number
f contestants will be reduced
five girls, who will answer
9 determining questions. Mar.
aret Price, Miss Lamp and
hield of 1963 will crown the
ew winner. A general admls.
Ion fee of fifty cents will be
harged.
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Presentation by the St. Andrews
ommunity Chorus of the famed
hristmas sections of “Me s.
will be at 8 p.m. on Sun-
'ay, December 8, in the Laurin.
urg Armory.
Soloists for the performance
111 be Mrs. Kaye Alexander
Laurinburg, soprano; David
Itherspoon of Raleigh, tenor,
d Alex Dantre of Raleigh, bass.
Prof. Lawrence Skinner of the
t. Andrews Conservatory, is di.
'acting the performance.
Professor Skinner has announc-
ed a final rehearsal for Sunday
afternoon at 3:30 p.m.
£T. ASDREWS PRESBYTERIAN COLLEr.F T ariPTVprror.
Christmas Dance
The annual Christmas Dance
at St. Andrews will be held
December 14, 1963, from 8:00
until 11:45 in the cafeteria.
The dress will be semi.form.
aL Music Will be provided by
the duke AMBASSADORS
a well-known group who have
played at many colleges and
universities in North and South
Carolina.
Tickets will be $3.00 a couple
and $4.00 a couple at the door.
These may be secured In the
Student Center for a week
preceedlng the dance.
Choir Elects
Officers
The'St. Andrews College Choir,
directed by Lawrence Skinner’
has elected the following officers
to serve for the academic year,
1963-64: president, Heath Rada’
a sophomore of Richmond, Va.;
vice president, Joan Langdon, a
senior music major of Benson,
N.C.; and secretary-treasurer,
Barbara Tweedy, a sophomore
music major of Altavista, Va.
Also, Dyer Ramsey, a voice
major of Columbia, S.C., will
serve as librarian. Helen Hayes
of Jacksonville, Fla., and Howard
Cobbs of Pennhaird, Va., will
serve as co-tour managers.
Wardrobe Mistress, Arlita
Lowry, is a music education ma
jor from Pembroke, N.C., and
Chaplain Richard McCord, is a
junior from Richmond, Va.
The College Choir, open by au
dition to the entire student body,
takes an annual Spring Tour.
This year the choir will appear
in North Carolina and Virginia.
ME MORI AM
In memory of Alex Marshall
who was fatally injured in an
automobile accident Decem
ber 1, 1963. Alex attended
St, Andrews 1961 - 62.
Highland
Williams'
N.'C.
December 6, 1963
The Highland Players will pre
sent Tennessee Williams’ “Sum.
mer and Smoke” under the di.
rection of Professor Thomas
Johnson December 11,12, and 13
in the Liberal Arts Auditorium.
“Summer and Smoke” was first
presented in New York in 1948
Players To Present
'Summer And Smoke'
by Margo Jones. Three years
ago it was shown as a movie
starring Geraldlng Page and Law-
rence Harvey.
The play deals with the strug>
gle of two young people to find
themselves and the conflict be-
tween their outlooks on love and
life. The setting is a small south
scene
Carolyn Clark and Bob Shaftner renearse a
Tennessee Williams’ “Summer and Smoke” to be pres
ented next week by the Highland Players.
Magazine Staff
To Publish In Spring
The editorial board of the St.
Andrews literary magazine is
now accepting literary and art
work for the magazine. The first
edition of the magazine will be
published in the spring and will
contain poetry, short stories,
literary criticism, essays, and
art work. The editorial board
reminds students that this maga-
St. Andrews’ brain trust in action during
Tuesday evening’s College Bowl. For St.
Andrews, from left, Paul Grubbs, Margarst
Abrams, Joe Chandler, and Mike Owens.
St. Andrews Cops First Round
In NSSGA College Bowl
Last Tuesday, evening at seven
the L A Auditorium,
• ■'^drews met Atlantic Christ-
If'' in the first round of
® College Bowl, Next week, on
December lo, st, Andrews will
to Atlantic Christian for the
second round of the double match,
maf 1. score of both
ner f^ determine the win-
the two rounds. St. An
drews won the first round last
night over Atlantic Christian by a
score of 230 to 35. The members
of the St, Andrews' team are
Margaret Abrams, Joe Chand
ler, Paul Grubbs, and Mike
Owens.
The North State Student Govern
ment Association is sponsoring
the College Bowl which com
prises colleges in North Caro
line. Some of the colleges par
ticipating in the N. S. S. G. A.
program are: Guilford, Western
Carolina, East Carolina, Elon,
Weslyn, Atlantic Christian, and
St, Andrews. This is one of the
first programs which N,S,S.G.A.
has really worked hard to pro
mote and they hope that the sup
port from each college will be
very good.
zine is to be made up of ori
ginal compositions and that all
interested students should submit
their work for consideration as
soon as possible. While all work
submitted will not automatically
be published, the board promises
that each article received will
be carefully and thoughtfully con
sidered for publication.
The editorial board will ai>-
nounce the name of the magazine
soon. Work on the magazine is
already in progress and the end
of first semester has been tenta
tively set as the deadline for com
positions to be received. All stu
dents interested in writing for or
working with the .literary maga
zine should contact Harriet Ot-
ten or Maggie Abrams, co-edi
tors.
Exhibit To Show
N. C. Painting
For its December art exhibition,
St. Andrews College is showing
twenty-five works by North Ca
rolina artists. The collection in
cludes paintings, drawings, etch
ings, and woodcuts, and ranges
in expression from pure ab
stract to traditional represen
tational.
The paintings were selected by
Edward Bryant, Associate
Curator of Art of the Whitney
Museum in New York City.
All of the works are for sale,
.with prices ranging from $25.00
! to $500.00. Because Christmas
vacation for the college starts
on December 19, the exhibit will
be up only through December 18.
The gallery will be open during
the Conservatory’s regular
hours.
ern town before the First World
War.
Carolyn Clark portrays Miss
Alma, the minister’s daughter,
who is in love with John Buchan.
nan, a young doctor, portrayed
by Bob Shaffner. Having to as.
sume the responsibilities of a
minister’s wife because of her
mother’s Illness, Alma has been
deprived of a normal social life
and has been accused of putting
on airs.
John, first finishing medical
school, spends his time drink,
ing, gambling, and running around
with a risque woman instead of
helping his father with his prac.
tlce.
Howard Cobbs and Harriett
Otten play the roles of Rev. and
Mrs. Wlnemiller, Alma’s par-
ents. Bob Parkman plays Dr.
Buchannan, John’s father, and
Barbara Bolton portrays Rosa
Gonzales, a hussy who plays
^for John’s affections. Dave John,
son acts as Kosa’s father.
Other actors in “Summer and
Smoke” are Barbl Irby, Bob
Bercaw, Heath Rada, Helen Greg,
ory, Florence Girard, John Marl,
on, and Jerry Hurst.
Tickets for the production are
seventy.five cents for students
and one dollar for adults. They
will be on sale in the Student
Center Building.
Season ticket holders should
call extension nine before 5 p. m.
to make reservations for “Sum.
mer and Smoke.”
Susan Bridges will assist Pro-
fessor Johnson with the produc.
tion.
Delegates Attend
Legislature
Students from North Carolina
Colleges attend each spring a
mock legislative assembly in Ra
leigh in order to promote in
terest in government and govern
ment procedures. The assembly
will be held this spring February
27 and 28 and reservations to
attend must be submitted within
the next month by the Student
Cabinet. Any students interested
in the State Student Legislature
should contact a member of the
Student Cabinet or Bob Zeh, Pre
sident pro-tem of the Senate.
Student
Meeting
There will be a Student Body
Meeting Monday, December 9,
from 7:00-8:00 p.m. in the cafe
teria. Following are some of the
items on the agenda:
1, Treasurer’s Report of Stu
dent Association Finances
2, Summary from the Dorm Con
test
3, Proposed Constitutional Re
visions
4, Food Committee Report
'5, College Bowl Report
6. Plans for Spring Fling Week
end.
7. Christmas Dance
    

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