North Carolina Newspapers

    Vol.II
"THE VOICF Oi’ THE STUDENTS"
Friday, April 10,1964
Number 6
eren: sOobtr..and?..Helen Clazton, They will '
be escorted by MikeHerbert and Don
King. Jane Holler and Chippy Moore
will, represent the freshmen. Their
escorts are H.L Robinson and Richard
Such. The Senior Class has not as yet
elected sponsors.
Co-ChaiiTnen of the Dance Committee
are A1 Baer and Tim Gifford.
Friday, Hay Itat 8 c'cic’ck'
Day festivities will open with a con
cert. inMitley Auditorium. Three
folksinging groups, the Gaslight
Singers, who began at :the Shadows in
Washington, D.C., The Mgrants and
The Huntsmen will provide entertain
ment. The first half of the program
will open with the Migrants, closing
with the Gaslight Singers. After ■ ^ ^" — ~ '
Intermission, the Huntsmen will lead U )| T) 14-^ 1 4- I :
off, with the Gaslight Singers follow- T O'' 'QOU^ I C^T0(j
ing them.;:: The program will end in a- The results of two recent student
Hoot will ail three groups * which willpolls show students to be in favor of
last indefinitely, depending on tenta-haVirig private telephones in dorm rooms
tive pi and for obtaining lates-for the^'iid in favor of revising the Homecoming
girls, schedule. 444 students would like to
Bert Massengale’s nine-piece orch- have phones placed in their rooms at a
estra will play for the Carnival cost of approximately )50 per year.
Dance from 8 until 12 o'clock Satur- while 225 students are not 3n favor of
day night. May King and Queen, Luke the idea. President Wally Sawyer said
O'Hara and Jane Cheek,will rule over that the results have been turned over
the dance with Maid of Honor Judie to Dr. Danieley and there will probably
Hudson and her Escort,.Nick Ciotola. be definite plans made concerning the
The Junior representatives are Linda telephones sometime in the near future,
Keok, esobrted by Ban Kelly,and Kay (continued on page 3)
Jefferies, escorted by Ron Denhart. - . t' &
Cl asfi^Rponanrs are Ell- ^ .
LECTIONS
Piling for candidacy for the offices of the Student Government Association
opened April 6 and will continue through April 17. Campaign speeches will be
made April 20 by those aspiring to the offices of President, Vice-President
Secretary and Treasurer, If a primary election is needed because ofUnlikely
onslaught of candidates, it will be held April 21 . The final election will
be April 23» Senate elections will take place April 30, giving all those'
defeated in the major elections a chance to do their part. Officers and
Senators will be inaugurated May 4.
Campaign posters are not to be attached, to the inside walls in any of the
buildings on campus. They may be attached to the bulletin boards and to thei
aii.e-a—ov-er—th^-..post ./iffIpp-boYRS. Ejarmission to put up posters in the cafeteria
^ must be obtained from the Slater manar
f I ' I !ger. Small easels are available in t^e
•Student Government office for any can^-
jiidate who desires them, but they must
The Bnanons, Elon's dance band",have be, returned. ;
teen. L-vlted to give three concerts at | Ballots are not allowed to'be taken
tiBlforld's Pair in New York during the iout of the Rotunda. No campaign signs
first week of May. In order to raise ljor campaing material will be permitted
Jqzz Concert loniQh
in the voting area, Any coercion should
be reported to ..the Chairman of the Board
of Elections immediately, '■
The defacing or* damaging of campaign
material is a violation of theCampus>
Code. Any such action should be re-
the necessary funds for the trip, they
will present a jazz concert tonight at
8:00 O'clock in ^Thitley Auditorium.Pear
tured on the program are popular num
bers, progressive jazz, and a few "fleg
wavers",plus the guest appearance of
tenor sax player. Bill Ammonds of N.C, 'ported to the Chairman immediately.
State. Vocalist Prank Rich,a senior The Board of Elections has Juris-
from Burlington, x^ill appear'with the •diction over all elections called for
Enahons, who are under the direction of in the constitution or oTcbred by the
Jack White, Elon's band instructor. SGA President.
(continued on page 3) PILE FOR AN OPPICE IN SGA TODAY.
    

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