Motto—“Sail on, Salem”
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C., MAY 12, 1923.
SALEMITE ELECTS THEIR
NEW STAFF MEMBERS
MAY DAY CELEBRATION HELD
Plans Laid for 1923-24.
Monday night at an important meet
ing of the Salemite staff the various
departmental editors for 1923-24, and
the representatives from the incoming
Sophomore class were elected and
plans were made for the coming year
which will be of great interest to the
entire student body. It was decided
that the entire editorial staff, with the
exception of the cditor-in-chief, should
be elected by the staff itself and that
the editor-in-chief and business staff,
which includes the business manager,
assistant business manager and cir
culation manager, should be elected by
the class from which the respective
officers should come. Of course the
editor-in-chief and business manager
must come from the Senior class and
it was decided that both the assistant
business manager and the circulation
editor should come from the Junior
As a result of the election Monday
night Miriam Brietz, Ruth Brown, and
Ruth Efird were chosen as representa
THE ATHLETIC YEAR CLOSES
Miss Crowell Crowned Queen.
This year the May day celebration
included the deposition of King Winter
and the acquisition to the throne of
the Queen of May. These ceremonies
under the direction of the Annual staff
took place on the lower campus.
Wh:n the crowd assembled they saw
seated on the throne of honor an effigy
of King Winter. Miss Mary Bradham
and Miss Lois Crowell, dressed as
snow elves, came forw'ard and bowed
before their king. They discussed the
unpopularity of old King Winter, who
on account of his rough, rude ways,
had made many enemies. The more
they talked the more they were con
vinced that their old ruler was doomed,
so when the two elves heard the joyous
hubbub that announced the coming of
the May Queen’s followers, they
turned their coats, literally and figur
atively, and wore no longer Winter’s
livery of white but the gay-colored
garments of spring.
The followers of the May Queen
poured down the hill in a bright and
happy throng to depose the Snow
King. Ihey dragged King Winter
from his throne and hurled him into
On the memorable day of Monday,
May 7, 1923, in the township of Salem
College, some very exciting events
took place, which brought a group of
school children on the “top o’ the hill”
where is situated the baseball and fair both students and faculty,
grounds of Salem College, North Caro- ! matters, each of which is very
MR. BREACH AT WEDNESDAY
MORNING CHAPEL SERVICE
tives from the incoming Sophomore
class, and the editorial staff for 1923- the fire around which they danced and
24 is as follows: isang while the old ruler burned.
Hazel Stephenson, ’24—Editor-in- Then the triumphant followers of
Chief. I Spring prepared for the arrival of
Plans for Summer Music School
The Wednesday morning chapel ser
vice this week was of unusual interest
I mately concerned with the progress of
A game had just been played by the our college, were discussed at length
high school Academy team which by Mr. William Breach, director of
resulted in favor of the eighth and ‘ Music in the city schools, and by Miss
tenth grades. Also, there had taken gieanor Forman, head of the Depart-
place the track feat accomplished by ment of Education,
the two Dianas—Dorothy Fraiser and] Mr. Breach gave interesting infor-
Helen Johnson of the Academy. 'tion regarding a Master School of
Onward came the mob to watch the Music to be held during the summer in
broad and high jump performed by winston-Salem, with headquarters at
college track members. The feat be- Salem College. A number of promi-
gan. Having noticed that their jjent instructors and artists wll be
fellow followers had fallen by the way- numbered among the faculty, one of
side, the two leaders, Bessie Chandler I ^hom, Miss Dicie Howell is a graduate
and Sophia Hall, stopped and stood |of Salem. To those who enroll for
triumphant in their glory. I such a course there are offered free
A fight began on the baseball scholarships, six in number, the win-
grounds and everyone watched with ^ers of which will be decided in two
breathless silence. .. 'contests held just before the opening
A great roar went up as one of the of the school,
champions, upon seeing the strength j Miss Forman then reviewed the
of her adversary, hurled straight at courses in Education already a part of
her, caught it, and with a swift back-'t^e curriculum, and explained a num-
ward movement of her right arm, sent ^er of other courses to be offered next
a blow straight home. The umpire— term. The instructors in these new
Flora Binder, ’25—Managing Editor.
Margaret Smith, 24—Y. W. C. A.
Edith Hunt, ’24—Exchange Editor.
Miriam Brietz, ’26—News Editor.
Sarah Herndon, ’24—Proof Editor.
Ruth Brown, ’26—Joke Editor.
Marjorie Hunt, ’24—Asso. Editor.
Elizabeth Tyler, ’24—Asso. Editor.
Lois Crowell, ’25—Asso. Editor.
Mary McKelvie, ’25—Asso. Editor.
Alice Dunklee, ’25—Asso. Editor.
Ruth Efird, ’26—Asso. Editor.
At a meeting of the Sophomore
class on Thursday night Ellen Wilkin
son and Lillian Moseley were elected
as Assistant Business Manager and
Circulation Editor, who with Marion
Cooper, the Business Manager, will
the business staff for next
This spring the staff is organizmg
a Reporters Club made up of two rep
resentatives, elected by the staff, from
each of the three under classes. The
members of this Reporters Club will
not be members of the regular staff
but will work up to staff membership.
They will aid the staff in getting up
material for publication and in bring
ing the staff closer to the student life
in order that the paper may more
nearly meet the needs of the student
body. Lucy Lampkin and Daisy Lee
Glasgow were chosen as members of
the Reporters’ Club from the incoming
Junior class and Eloise Willis and Rosa
Caldwell from the incoming Sopho
more class. The members from the in
coming Freshman class will be chosen
within the first few weeks of the next
The staff decided at a recent meet-
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their sovereign. Part of them danced
about the two May poles, while the
others stood expectantly beside the
empty throne. Miss Ruth Crowell, as
Queen of the May, came forward and
ascended the throne. She wore a
white dress and carried a corsage of
roses and lilies of the valley. Her first
attendant was Miss Alice Lyerly.
The ceremony was concluded with a
song honoring the newly crowned May
FIRE CAPTAIN AND SONG
LEADER FOR 1923-24
Although the school year is old, the
Student Council and president are new,
and their first meeting was held last
Monday in the recreation room. Miss
Elizabeth Leight was unanimously
elected fire chief, and we feel sure that
she will be a brave and hardy captain.
The song leader, of course, is “Pee-
Wee” alias Miss Eloise Chessom.
The departing Seniors evidently
view us with compassion, for several
amendments were suggested by mem
bers of their class. One was that we
be allowed to go out sometimes with
out getting permission, merely signing
up in the register. Other amendments
suggested were that Seniors might go
to matinees with young men and that
Juniors might walk within limits after
quiet hour on Sunday. It was a most
successful meeting, and we believe that
the next year will be a happy and suc
cessful one under the new adminis
our honest Mr. Higgins—together with
the crowd, exclaimed,
“Out, out! !”
However, in spite of the odds
against the weakened class, she took
her pace at the bat again with a de
termination which demanded respect,
and she bravely struck out once more.
It was in the second round, when the
attraction of everyone was turned sky
ward as distant rumbles of thunder
resounded from the heavens. Thus, it
was the will of Jupiter that the game
should be in favor of the upper class
men, so the sportsmanlike lower class
men declared themselves defeated and
let the decision remain in the hands of
That evening, all were reassembled
in the banquet hall at a picnic supper
where the events of the day were dis
cussed until time for departing.
courses will be members of the city
school faculty, and graded school
teachers will be enrolled in the classes
along with college Juniors and Seniors.
Such an arrangement will do away
\vith the necessity of summer school
work in education for teachers.
The fact that the music school is to
have its headquarters in Memorial
Hall is indicative of the harmony ex
isting between the City of Winston-
Salem and Salem College. The new
arrangement in the Department of
Education will help to cement the re
lationship. Such a condition makes
the position of Salem undeniably
unique for there are very few cities in
which a college is so much a part of
ATHLETIC OFFICERS ELECTED
At the annual meeting of the Ath
letic Association held Friday, May 4,
the following officers were elected for
the years 1923-24.
Treasurer—Mary Alta Robbins
With theise girls in the lead, the as
sociation is looking forward to and ex
pecting one of the happiest and most
successful athletic years of all.
For Fat People: East Simply.
For Thin People: Simply Eat.
NEW CABINET ENTERTAINED.
Dr. and Mrs. Rondthaler delightfully
entertained the new Y. W. C. A.
cabinet at luncheon on Wednesday,
May 9th. The table was prettily
decorated with old fashioned flowers
and each guest was guided to her
place by a dainty jonquil place card.
All thirteen of the cabinet members
give Dr. and Mrs. Rondthaler a vote of
thanks for a lovely time. The deli
cious menu consisted of:
Hot Rolls Cocoa