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Letter To The Editor:
The Foreign and Domestic Teachers
Organization needs teacher applicants in all
flelds form Kindergarten through College to
fill over six hundred teaching vacancies
both at home and abroad.
Since 1968, our organization has been fin
ding vacancies and locating teachers both
in foreign countries and in all fifty states.
We possess hundreds of current openings
and have all the information as to scholar
ships, grants, and fellowships.
The principle problem with first year
teachers is WHERE TO FIND THE JOBS!
Since college newspapers are always anx
ious to find positions for their graduating
teachers, your paper may be interested in
your teachers finding employment for the
following year, and print our request for
Our information is free and comes at an
opportune time when there are more
teachers than leaching positions.
Should you wish additional information
about our organization, you may write The
National Teacher’s Placement Agency,
Universal Teachers, Box 5231, Portland,
We do not promise every graduate in the
field of education a definite position,
however, we do promise to provide them
with a wide range of hundreds of current
vacancy notices both at home and abroad.
We still Need about 200-t- Teachers to fill
positions in The Mid-West-West & Overseas.
You may again wish to alert your
teachers of this opportunity.
John P. McAndrew, President
Foreign & Domestic Teachers.
The Winston-Salem State University’s In
tramural Department entered its basket
ball allstar team, for the first time, in the
third annual 1-85 Basketball Allstar Classic,
held at Livingston College in Salisbury, NC.
Other teams participating including Liv
ingstone College, Barber Scotia College,
Catawba College, Elon College, Belmont-
Abby College, Pheiffer College and Johnson
C. Smith University.
WSSU was victorious over Pheiffer Col
lege for the championship. Many thanks go
to all of our participants.
THANKS & APPRECIATION
To: TO THE WSSU COMMUNITY -
Kacully. Stall. Students & Workers
FROM: Tho International Programs &
Multicultural Education (k)nimittees
RE: SPRIN(; «7 INTERNATIONAL
We wish to take this opportunity to ex
press (leepcsl gratitude and sinceresl ap
preciation lor your contribution to the
success of our Spring ’87 International
W(“ look forward to your continued sup
Have A Safe
Labor Day Weekend
The News Argus Staff
WSNC FM 90.5
What’s In A Name?
How The News Argus Got It’s Name
Winston-Salem State students often ask
the question, “how did the News Argus get
In December 1962, Barbara Parks and
Donnie Watkins submitted the winning
name lor the school's newspaper. In con-
.sidering a name to subniil. they thought ol
one which c'ould "keep w;ilch at ail limes.
In greck ni\llioiogy, "Ai'giis is relcrred
lo as one iuu'ing a hundred eyes ulio could
siccp with sonic ol his eves and rould kc('i)
guard with the rosl.
Parks and Watknis tell that Ihc ]
should he walchlul and ohser\anl lo
the students abreast on ideas ol I
students, and on the aclivities ol ihc
pus. coniniiiiiily and nalion. 'I'hese wci
bases loi- ihc si'lcction I'l Ihc name.
News Argus. " This name was sclccli
Ihc "I’agc I Inc Si'cicl \ " u hich w as nui
111 the nieinlx'is ilic iicusp.iiici sial
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S Com 218
The Class Of