May 12, 1969
The N.C. Essay
TO MRS. BROWN
Time and memories make sacred love--
The time for you is now and you share it with us.
The memories only you oan relate.
The sacred love is a combination of your heart and
Kisses we place upon your cheek tell stories of
your time given to warm a hearty
Each relating his own pleasant memoirs^ held close
to his heart.
This Mrs. Brown is your sacred love.
A tear for a pain you knew and felt,
A silent prayer we knew was always there—
A kind word spoken each time we would part.
But Mrs. Brown, more than thie you gave love!
A touch, a kiss, a smile — we part.
Mrs. Brown God bless your sacred heart I
BY BERNARD DAVIS
STUDENTS BOYCOTT "H A G 0 N WHEEL"
C H A f1 B E R MUSIC
RECITAL SET FOR T H U R S.
On Thursday, May 15, 1969, at
8:15 p.m. a Chamber Music concert
will be presented in the Main Audi
torium at N.C.S.A. The program for
the evening is: Mendelsohn: Concert-
pieces 1, 2: Beethoven: "Third Duo";
Ibert: "Piece en Trio"; Maros: "Ser-
enata"; and Francaix: Quatour. Stu
dents performing in the concert are:
Esther Lamneck, clarinet; Michael
McCraw, bassoon; Margot Garrett,
piano; Ransom Wilson, flute; and
Robert Sorton, oboe.
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music*for Winston-Salem and Forsyth
County Schools, who will teach oboe
and bassoon; Harry Snell, teacher of
percussion for Winston-Salem and
Forsyth County Schools, who will
teach percussion; Otis Strother,
band instructor and instrumental
teacher at Boone, who will teach up
per brass and William Tritt, teacher
of string students in Charlotte, who
will teach violin and viola.
Most of these teachers are now
playing with symphony orchestras in
the state and have played with a
number of orchestras outside the
state. They will give private in
struction in all string, wind and
percussion instriraients and will con
duct intensive reading workshops in
large and small ensembles.
The first session of the sum
mer instrumental workshops at the
School of the Arts will be June 23
through July 11. The second session
will be from July 14 through August
1. Fee for each three-week jJeriod
is $150, which includes tuition,
private lessons, room, board, re
creation, social and cultural acti
Scholarships are available.
The amount will depend on the stu
dents ability, instrument and finan
cial need. Applications for enroll
ment and scholarships should be
made to: The Summer Workshop, North
Carolina School of the Arts, ,P. 0.
Box 4657, Winston-Salem, N.C. 27107.
It is planned now for student
recitals to be held on Monday and
Wednesday evenings. There will be
movies at the school on Tuesday and
Thursday evenings and informal
parties on Friday evenings. Stu
dents will attend concerts at the
Governor’s School on Saturday even
ings, and they will have picnic sup
pers and attend outdoor concerts by
the Winston-Salem Symphony Orchestra
on Sunday evenings at Graylyn Estate.
Several students at N.C.S.A.are
boycotting The Wagon Wheel due to
the rude and unlawful behavior of
the Carmichaels (the owners).
Last week, Rhonda Scherich and
I were going to The Wagon Wheel when
Robert and Pernell (two of the lit
tle black boys) came running after
us. We invited them for ice cream
but had to wait 15 minutes for ser
vice. Mrs. Carmichael, then came
over and refused to serve us because
"Filthy little kids ruin our
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and Cynthia Darlow, the Hardcastles;
Kathleen Masterson as their daughter
and Gary Beach as Tony Lumpkin,
showed skill at the game and Randall
Rickman and Kurt Yaghijian comple
mented each other as the romantic
lads. I regretted that Miss Ferraro
ignored Ford's stage apron, for the
style of the play is eminently
suited to that thrust into the house
by MARTEA AMPER
Robert and Pernell, though young,
understood what she meant and not
wishing to hurt them anymore, we
I, like other students, will
not return there until this matter
is cleared up. This, of course, is
an individual choice but your coop
eration would be appreciated.
WANTED ! ! I
jFurnished house wanted for summer |
session, June 15 through August 3.
Suitable for faculty couple with dog
within walking distance of campus.
Please leave information with Eliza- ‘
!beth Greene, Drama Department Sec- |