North Carolina Newspapers

    VOLUME VI, NUMBER 3
WINSTON-SALEM STATE COLLEGE, WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
JANUARY, 1968
Lorraine Riddick, Miss Phi Beta
Lambda.
HOMECOMING
MEMORIES NOTED
Homecoming is a fun time for
all. There are many activities
and the most colorful parade one
will ever see in his life. Various
clubs and organizations display
their queens, floats, cars or all
three.
The Sophomore float won
number one for its display of
politics, sports, and academic
leadership.
Miss Delores Sharon Hall of
Raleigh displayed the politic
symbol on the float. Miss Hall
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Hall. She is a 1965 grad
uate of John W. Ligon High
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RO-AMERICAN
LIB 15 ORGANIZED
WSSC CAMPUS
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There is in existence on Win
ston-Salem State College’s campus
a new organization, the Afro-
American League. The purpose
of the Afro-American League is
to develop a sense of racial pride
and identity by studying Negro
history.
Mr. James Galloway, the chair
man of the Social Science de
partment, is the faculty sponsor.
Ron Hicks and Charles Thorn
ton, seniors from Winston-Salem,
were elected co-chairmen. The
members are:
Gladys Flack, secretary;
James MacMillian, treasurer;
Tressie Dingle, Ann Dubose,
Evelyn Shouse, Lasenia Howie,
Alex Carter, Charles Baldwin,
Terry Spann, and Nelson Mal
loy.
One of the activities of the or
ganization was a lecture by Dr.
Edem from Nigeria about Afri
ca in general and his country
in particular.
The meeting on Wednesday,
Dec. 13, included the playing of
an album on Negro history. In
the future the League plans to
bring in some guest speakers.
Howard Fuller, a well known
“Black Power” advocate, has
agreed to speak.
All students interested in be
coming knowledgeable about the
history of the Afro-American are
welcome to join the Afro-Ameri
can League. Check the bulletin
board for the next meeting.
—Charles Thornton
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Shown above are the Winston-Salem State College Rams defending national champions of the
NCAA College Division and defending visitation champions of the CIAA. Read about them on
page 4.
English Club Sponsors Variety of Activities
The English Club recently re
organized and is now function
ing on campus. All English
majors and minors were invited
to join. The first meeting was
held on Nov. 17, in Carolina
Hall, Room 105. Officers for the
College Band Changes Groove from Marching to Orchestra
The WSSC Band, under the
new direction of Mr. Robert E.
Shepherd, has turned from a
successful marching season to a
more serious concert season.
Mr. Shepherd, the former band
director at Anderson High
School, is a native of Kinston,
N. C. He received his B.S. degree
at A & T University, his mas
ter’s at Columbia University,
and he has done further study
at the University of Texas.
Mr. Shepherd, as well as the
members of the concert band,
is looking forward to a more
successful concert season.
Activities for the concert band
include a regular concert at
J. C. Smith University, a pro
gram for the new education
building, and an extensive spring
tour through Columbia, S. C. and
Atlanta, Ga. and an open air
concert for the Easter holidays.
The music to be played at
these activities will include
such pieces as Jubilation, An
Overture by Robert Ward, “Man-
nin Veen” by Hadyn Wood,
Hymn of Freedom by Johannes
Brahms, Music for a Ceremony
and “Meditation” from “Thais”
by Massenet.
The band has an inspiring
motto to keep it going, “Qual
ity rather than Quantity.”
Josette Keit
1967-68 school year were elected.
Officers are president, Arthur
Blue, a junior; vice-president,
Joyce Pettis, a senior; recording
secretary, Janet Mason, a junior;
corresponding secretary, Doro
thy Shade, a senior; treasurer,
Betty Floyd, a junior. Mrs. H. J.
Harvey has been named the
new faculty advisor.
Committee chairmen selected
were: the By-laws committee,
chairman — Betty Atkinson; the
Program committee, chairman —
Joyce Pettis; the Social commit
tee, chairman — Luevora Nichol
son.
The second meeting was held
on Dec. 7, 1967 in the lecture
room of Hill Hall. At this meet
ing it was evident that the Eng
lish Club will really be seen in
action during this school year.
Reports were heard from the
committees and tentative plans
were made for future programs
of general interest to the stu
dent body.
Blue called attention to some
of the movies to be shown on
campus of interest to English
students: January 6, 1968 —
Storj' of Ruth; March 3, 1968,
Patch of Blue; March 10, 1968,
Cleopatra, and To Kill a Mock
ing Bird, date to be announced
later.
Final plans were made for a
bus trip to the School of the
Arts to see Pirandello’s Enrico
Four. Forty members of the club
attended.
The next meeting is scheduled
for January 11, 1968, in the lec
ture room of Hill Hall.
—Mary Taylor
23 Students Admitted To College "Who's Who"
Recently 23 seniors at Win-
ston-Salem State College were
admitted to Who’s Who Among
Students In American Colleges
and Universities.
The students must be seniors
and must portray outstanding
qualities in leadership, scholar
ship, and participation in school
activities.
Marion Alston is a 1964 grad
uate of Eastman High School
in Enfield. Her major is elemen
tary education with a minor in
English. She is a member of the
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and
an active member of the English
Club.
Shirley Clavon is a Health and
Physical Education major from
Winston-Salem.
Carolyn Deloenio Brooks is a
native of Pittsboro. She is a 1964
graduate of Horton High School.
Her major is elementary educa
tion with a minor in sociology.
Miss Brooks was an active mem
ber of the News Argus staff.
Presently she is a member of
the yearbook staff. She is a mem
ber of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorori
ty. After graduation Miss Brooks
hopes to become a social worker.
Claudia Cherry is a native of
Sharpsburg. She is a graduate
o f Frederick Douglass High
School in Elm City. Her major
is health and physical education
with a minor in biology. After
graduation Miss Cherry hopes to
attend graduate school.
Miss Peggy Dulin is a product
of Paisley High School of Win-
ston-Salem. Her major is busi
ness education. She is an active
member of Phi Beta Lambda, the
newly formed business majors’
club, the NAACP, Day Students’
Organization and Student Na
tional Education Association.
Miss Dulin reigned as Miss
SNEA during the Homecoming
Day activities. Currently she is
a part-time secretary in the Busi
ness Department and serves as
a typist for the yearbook staff.
Miss Deitra Eaton is an ele
mentary education major from
Winston-Salem.
Miss Joyce Everette is a 1964
graduate of Newbold High
School in Lincolnton. Her major
is elementary education w'ith a
minor in history. She is a mem
ber of the Alpha Kappa Alpha
Sorority and an active member
of the Charm Club.
Johnson B. Hunter is a native
of Lincolnton. He is a member
of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraterni
ty. His major is elementary edu
cation.
Miss Carolyn O. Johnson is a
native of Burgaw. Her major is
nursing.
Mrs. Patricia Johnson is a na
tive of Cedartown, Ga. She is an
English major and an active
member of the English Club and
Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society.
After graduation Mrs. Johnson
hopes to pursue a career as a
college English teacher. Mrs.
Johnson has five children. She
lives on a farm and states she
always has kittens to give away!
Miss Thomasina Lindsay is a
native of Gastonia. Her major is
elementary education with a
minor in history. For the past
three years she has been a cleri
cal assistant in the Teacher Ed
ucation Department. After grad
uation, Miss Lindsay plans to
enter graduate school.
Joyce O. Pettis is an English
major from Columbia. She is
vice-president of the English
Club.
Miss Tommie Robinson is a
native of Winston-Salem. She at
tended the Forsyth County pub
lic schools. Presently Miss Rob
inson is an elementary educa
tion major. She has taken an
active part in many organiza
tions since her freshman year
at the college. Miss Robinson
has been a member of the
NAACP, SNEA (Student Na
tional Education Association),
the English Club, reporter for
the Pan-Hellenic Council, treas
urer for the Alpha Kappa Alpha
Sorority, a member of the Day
Students’ Organization, student
representative for the Discipli
nary Board, and a member of
the concert band (clarinet play-
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