'October 10, 1966
The N.C. Essay
- Film Committee Meeting
- Swimming, bus leaves from
Main Building at 6:15.
- Girls elect dance repre
sentative, Girls' Lobby.
- Fire Drill
- Student Council Meeting,
- Winston-Salem Symphony,
- Seminar, Girls' Dorm, Dr.
- Faculty Assembly, no student
- College Room Inspection.
5:30 p.m. - Student Council Meeting,
8:00 p.m. - "A Choreographer's Report,"
Haynes Auditorium, Salem
College. Admission, free.
8:15 p.m. - Itzhak Perlman, violinist.
Wait Chapel, Wake Forest Col
Faculty Recital CANCELLED
8:00 p.m. - Discotheque, Cafeteria
10:30 a.m. - Bus leaves Main Building for
Babies have a habit of burping up old
boards spiked with whiskey because their
mothers always disliked the fact that ba
bies' toenails had the shape of a fried
bagel which had been pre-dipped in compu-
ter-blood, that incredible fluid which has
meant apple pie for spastic telephone bi
ters, those monsters who bite telephones
for the pleasure of breaking light bulbs
over the heads of fifty cats which haven't
been born, yet being born, the cats didn't
have heads over which light bulbs could be
broken,^the result being that pure plea
sure from this endeavor couldn't have been
received by the telephone biters which ate
apple pie, which never did come from com-
puter-blood, and which had no pre-dipped,
fried bagel in the shape of babies toe
nails, although this fact was extremely
appreciated by the mothers of.the babies
who could never have burped up old boards
spiked with whiskey.
, Bruce Stuart
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The library operates on a budget of
$20,000 per fiscal year. This money is pro
vided by the state. Mr. Rush, director of
development,icontinues to endeavor to obtain
other sources of financial aid, such as the
A faculty library committee will soon
be organized for the purpose of selecting
books and music for the library. Mr. Van
Hoven urges all students to give him any
suggestions or requests and says that "the
purpose of the library is to serve the school
as a who1e."
THEN. C. ESSAY STAFF
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On Saturday night, October 15, at 8
p.m. there will be a discotheque in the
cafeteria. This is the first event in a
series of Saturday night activities which
will continue throughout the year. The
dormitory officials are in charge of these
A movie will be shown the first Satur
day in each month. Mr. Donovan is in
charge of the discotheques for the second
Saturday, and Miss Stumph will direct an
informal dance on the third Saturday. Mr.
Wade has the fourth Saturday which is left
open for miscellaneous activities, includ
ing bus transportation to town, trips to
Whitaker Park, and open houses.
Noel Coward's "Tonight at 8:30" and
Eugene O'neill's "A Touch of the Poet" will
be presented by the National Repertory
Theater at Aycock Auditorium, Greensboro,
N.C. The performances will be on the
evenings of October 17 - 22 at 8:30 p.m.
The productions are presented under the
Auspices of the Theater Lecture Series
of the University of North Carolina at
Sybil Huskey co-editor
Tony Senter co-editor
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