THE WESLEYAN DECREE
Feforuary 28, 1962
Speaker, Beware Does This Sound Familiar?
Ls this your first enfcagement here, Mr. Speaker? . . .
I hope that you won’t be disappointed . . .
. . . Yes, Chapel is held every Thursday morning, at
10:00. Students and faculty are asked to attend, which
seems like a simple reque.st, doesn’t it? . . .
. . . Yes, you do get a good view of the audience from
up here . . . O, they’re kind of hard to get settled down,
youthful energy, you know' . . . No, now that you mention
ed it, the atmosphere doesn’t S3em too good . . . But you
can’t really expect . . . Young adults? . . . Well, yes but
. . . The faculty? C), they’ll be here in a minute—I think.
What I mean is . . . Some of them come almost all of
the time. Here they come! . . . No, there isn’t many of
them but then you have to reme'mber the faculty isn’t too
large . . .Yes, it’s bigger than . . . That’s true but . ,
Our faculty has a lot on its shoulders . . . Well, not all the
time . . .
. . . Shu-u-u-u, the prelude’s beginning . . . Because I
can see him playing . . . Now% aren’t they nice and quiet. . .
. . . Naturally, they are expected to conduct themselves
in an adult manner . . . Why, sure . , .
. . . You’re next, Mr. Sj)eaker . . . Hey, they’re laughing
at your jokes. They are pretty funny . . . The faculty? . . .
frowning? . . . ('an’t seem to be still? . . . They do look
a little bored . . . No, I wouldn’t go so far as to say that
they act disgusted . . .
. . . Mr. Speaker, I really enjoyed your speech today.
Please come back again . . . Oh, really? . . . but . . . Yes
I know how hard it is to woi'k these things into your
schedule . . .
Letters To The Editor
I’m not one to gripe but, really,
green sandwiches for Sunday sup
per! I know this is not a general
thing and I’m not criticizing the
cafeteria 'but it brings to mind tlie
Sunday night bag lunches. Do we
have to have them?
If we do can’t something be work
ed out so that the students will have
something to drink with their meals
Is there a reason why we can’t
have a regular meal in the cafe
teria or in the snack bar?
I aigree witli you in the fact that
there is a problem concerning the
bag lunchcs. If we are going to
have to eat them I think tliat the
snack bar should serve free drinks
and milk to the students Sunday
However, a better arrangement
would bo to serve Uie Sunday meal
in the snack bar (liot dogs, ham-
I burgers, etc.). I can see no conflicts
I in tliis solution but there is a staff
; problem concerning the cafcteria.
You're riglit, something ought to be
I'm being dimed to death. I think
it is outrageous; 10c for bus fare,
10c per plione call from the dorm |
to the Administration Building, 25c
for an hour of hot air (hair dryer),
10c for a dryer that doesn’t d.ry
clotlies completely, 10c for a half
cup of Coke (with no carbonated
water), 10c for anything extra in
the cafeteria, and 10c for a ibevor-
age (if you like something to wash
down the Sunday night sandwiches).
Believe it or not, I’m broke!
Me too. (You can’t really expect
to go to college on Green Stamps,
THE WESLEYAN DECREE
(Published by the students of NCWC)
EXECUTIVE EDITOR Wanda Exum
NEWS EDITOR Grace Markham
ASS. NEWS EDITOR Mary Jo Barkley
SPORTS EDITOR Mary C. Hodgin
CIRCULATION MANAGER Cherry Gorham
BUSINESS MANAGER David Caison
PHOTOGRAPHER Tony Inscore
MR. KILGORE: Do you under- MR. BURCHFIELD: Plug it in,
stand? Is this clear? over this one, between that one,
and under that one.
The grass is green,
The birds are in the trees.
And this ain’t poetry.
COL. HALL: Once you get this
set firmly in your mind you
won’t have any trouble.
DR. GATEWOOD: Suffice it to
say—you pays your money and
takes your choice.
DR, HARWOOD: Now there are
seven levels of interpretation to
this story. It’s not as simple as