January 24, 1967
The N.C. Essay
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1) Multiple choice. There is one correct answer to each question. If
several answers are correct, choose the correctest one.
Shakespeare’s plays are certainly A) wonderful works of art
B) cruddy works of art C) Neither A nor B D) A is obviously
2) Improve the following sentence by changing the underlined word.
Mr. Jones, your zipper is open. Answer: Mr. Jones, your mind
is open.. .
3) Modified True-False
1) Machines are infallible
2) College Boards uses machines.
Therefore 3) College Boards is infallible.
Statement three is A) sometimes true B) never true
C) unquestionably true. C is the Correct choice.
- Elmer Bagley
PRINCESS IRENE (con’t from p.l)
of the Greek government,” said Dr.
Mennini. There will be a reception
in her honor after the concert in
the school library.
One of her major interests is
to study the ways music is taught in
America, and this is the reason for
her visit to North Carolina.
Sybil Huskey of Charlotte,dance
major and co-founder and co-editor of
the N.C. Essay, has left the NCSA to
eri»4r UNC at Charlotte for the next
semester in preparation for entering
the University of Utah next fall.
At Utah Sybil plans to work in journ
alism and English while continuing
her dance training toward a Bachelor's
and probably a Master's degree.
In her semester at NCSA, in ad-
adition to her long hours in the dance
studio and while maintaining an ex
cellent record of academic achievement,
Sybil provided much of the^impetus
for establishing and much of the ener
gy for continuing the Essay.
The dance department under the
direction of Robert Lindgren is very
pleased and priviledged to have
Peter van Muyden teaching at NCSA
for several weeks. A native of
Holland, van Muyden began his train
ing at the age of thirteen with
Reil Iril Gadescov. Upon graduating
from high school, he went to Paris
and trained for two years with
Mme Preobragenska and Mme Rousanne.
Five and a half years ago van
Muyden came to the United States as
artistic director of the Albsquerque
Ballet Company. Later he opened his
own school, the New Mexico Academy
of Ballet. In August of 1963, Lew
Christensen of the San Francisco
Balleit Company asked him to be Bal
let Master of the company. Receiv
ing a back injury he was out of the
ballet world for a year recupera
ting. Then in August of 1966 he was
invited to teach in Modeste, Cali
fornia and later in San Mateo, Cali
Because of his past travels all
over the country, Peter van Muyden
has been known as the "Flying Dutch