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KTtR TO LEARN. DEPART TO SERVE J
VOL. XI, NO. II
THE NEWS ARGUS
Miss Clennis J. Noble
Miss Delores Massey
Queens Reign In Ramland
RAM Answer Man
The News Argus
P. O. Box 14295
RAM ANSWER MAN
Q. Why do female faculty members
of the business department have to wear
A. According to Dr. Jeraline Harven,
chairman of the business dept., there are
no rules governing the dress of the facul
ty members. Some people in business.
Dr. Harven included, feel the dress
should be indicative of the profession,
and business has remained rather
straight-laced and conventional.
Women students must wear dresses
because they represent office workers.
Dr. Harven said in cold weather they
may wear slacks to work, but they
must change when they arrive.
Q. Why has the elevator in Blair Hall
not been inspected since 1969? The sheet
says it should be inspected every six
A. Mr. Willie Grissom, University
business manager, told The News Argus
that the elevator is inspected monthly
by Otis Elevator Company. The date on
the sheet indicates the date of installation
and original inspection. It has not been
changed because no report is filed unless
something is wrong with the elevator.
Q. What are the team's chances of
going to the CIAA? C.T.
A. The team’s chances are slim. If the
Rams defeat Shaw on November 11th
and Fayetteville defeats J. C. Smith on
the same day, this would put Fayette
ville, J. C. Smith, and Winston-Salem
State in a tie for first place. The decision
would then be in the hands of the
coaches to vote for the team they’d like
to represent the southern division.
PHI ALPHA THETA MEETS
The Phi Alpha Theta, national honor
society in history, held its annual ini
tiation early this month in Coltrane Hall.
Seven persons were initiated: Lavonia
Wilon, Wanda Vincent, Prince Jernigan,
Gilbert Cooley, Gregory Squires, Melvyn
Brown, and Mr. William Rice, social
science department chairman.
By Karen McCoy
Misses Clennis J. Noble and Delores
Massey will reign over this year's home
coming festivities as Miss WSSU and
Miss Homecoming, respectively.
Clennis Noble is a 5'8”, twenty-one
year old senior English major from Ra
leigh, N. C. She is the younger of two
children. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Winston also of Raleigh. She
is the basileus of Alpha Kappa Alpha
Sorority. Clennis was recently chosen to
be listed in Who's Who Among American
Colleges and Universities and is a mem
ber of the Lyceum Committee.
In the near future, she plans to teach
and later further her education by get
ting a Master's Degree in library
science. Creative writing is Clennis'
hobby, although she admits she does not
get the chance to exercise this ability
much due to her class schedule.
Delores Massey is a junior from Char
lotte, N. C. She is a twenty-year-old
English major and the only child of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Massey.
Versatility is one of Delores’ many as
sets, which is evident in her hobbies.
Her hobbies include playing the piano
and organ and singing. She is a member
of the YWCA and the English Club.
Listed atop all her future plans is
her desire to teach English. If she does
not teach, however, she is also consider
ing a career in journalism.
Clennis and Delores were chosen dur
ing the spring semester of the last school
term to represent W’inston-Salem State
University as beauties for 1972-73. They
were crowned before students, faculty,
administration and attending persons in
a special coronation ceremony Thursday
night, November 9, in Whitaker Gymna
These queens will also reign over the
annual homecoming parade. Special rec
ognition will be given to Clennis and
Delores Saturday, November 11, during
halftime of the homecoming game when
the Rams take on the Shaw Bears in
Bowman Gray Stadium.