Motto: “SAIL ON, SALEM”
Winston-Salem, N. C„ February 14, 1925.
Alumnae Meeting Is
Held February Sixth
COMMUNITY CHEST PRESENTED
AT WEDNESDAY CHAPEL
Lecture On Russian
Music Given Thursday
At Salem Saturday
well Building; Social Hour
In New Hut.
On the afternoon of Friday, Feb-
Mr. George Orr, of
Principles and Met
hods of Community
the life-blood from the community
By Miss Read,
ary 12, at Music Hour, Dean H. A.
Mr. John Martin Meets Physical
Salem College shared in the good
of S.l.m C«ll.g., I,dd a. .nnml
Wedne^sday, February H, w^s fea-
Orr, a citizen of Winston-Salem,
and giving nothing. “They are
forever taking advantage of the
on the violin by Miss Hazd Horton
in the visit of Mr. John Martin,
t7v" oTthe Nrtional Playground A^
sociation. Mr. JIartin is an instruc
Atlanta'^braLh of the^Association,
whose reunion,^ held on FebrUj''^
ity Chest Campaign.
Bringing this to bear on modern
life problems, the discussion led to
sires.'"* if fsTmposX^e*'tTwork for
ing. There is”the Lfofd''dass”*L
illustrated by the priest and Levite,
whose motto is “What is mine is
seeking group,^ make^ up^ a
dass are never willing to give moral,
physical^ or financial^ suppor^^ to
In his opening remarks. Dean
Shirley spoke of the comprehensive
ness ^of his ^subject and also men-
the students of sllem "colfey
Dean Shirley began his lecture
with a discussion of Russian folk
music, which, he said, includes all
types of folk songs from the wild.
tor in the community school of Chi-
summer term of this school has won
of the best in the country. He has
been associated with recreational
movements all over the country and
rnd^'^wuT Mr!^ Hathaway’s dassfs
CoUege t‘L^1eprtsentef by P°auline
Hawkins, who extended, on behalf
of the students, thanks for the gift
spoke briefly of the plan for cov
ering the pool and told of the means
by which the necessary funds were
letTc°'AsTodft™on. ^'shf spoke^of the
things. ^Base things comers a re
sult of the desire for base things.
Carrying out this idea, the quota
tion was given from the Bible, “As
we hunger, so are we filled,” which
longing s™l seeks'^best'^bletsing, Ind
receives the best blessedness,” What
Thev fail to realize their civic re
need aid and support. ^
The third class, whose motto is
longs the good Samaritan, who gave
his clothing, his means of travd,
his financial support to his racial
of the pea^sants—the latter ^bdng
sic of Russia. In the Eastorn
that their singing produces an ef
fect similar to that of big organ
nora^'lf foL^J’circk* in^the ^Student
Hut. Saturday morning, Mr. Mar
tin demonstrated to the students^nd
games full of rhythm and action.
cerning the swimming pool and ex
the University of North Carolina,
responsibility in maintaining certain
frd” wtL" of‘^‘L“sst-s mo‘s^notod
show that they would be popular in
half of the Academy.
Fom*ir\n presenting the one hun-
ness. He asked, however, that he
be given the privilege of postponing
”*Concerning the devdopment of
traced its beginning back to the be
ginning of the Christian Church.
With the formation of this new
of .-(’curing financial aid for carry
ing on his work. This was really'
Lw devdopment of civic conscious
ness. In later years this devdop
ment has been more rapid. This
ganizations, and gave their aid and
founder of^the'" ’impe^LrConserla-
Games might do much in making
pus and before four o'clock the Stu
dent Hut was beginning to fill. A
good majority of^ the^student^s^ and
every one had joined in a grand
put the group into a hilarious and
happy mood. Such games as “Hook
On,” “Hook Tag” and “Come
Along” were especially popular. A
Afte7 the game ended Mr. Mar-
tennis called Paddle Tennis which
half of a tennis court, with wooden
by the faculty and student-body for
the completion of the stone fire-
studLt” Imt* This ^amount, added
to that raised by the Wii^ston-Salem
eo^^of its construction. ^
followTr Mrs. Clarence Linebachj
gaLzatio"s,™d"rcussing briefly the
t«y!“ Frend“* Scp^ce, \“nd Dra-
Orr was asked to enlarge upon the
and vivid this civic drive for funds
for civic organizations. The idea
of the Community Chest originated
in Syra^cuse, N. Y.^eight years ago.
Mr. Orr expressed his delight at
Russian School; Tchaikowski, the
RachTaninoJ^'and 7t7Iv!^7ky, the
dotes that Dean Shirley told con
cerning the lives of these men add
ed much to the interest of the lec
ture, as did the charming manner in
which the facts were presented.
plaudS Tn'thus^irstically,'' a'lid* X
Uon!" and^the^two student publica
tions—and Insights and The
%Te” 'social hour was enjoyed in
the student hut where the first^ fire
being able to speak to so many who,
Chest Campaign, might act as mes-
might be considered a focus, from
which students, with a dear^dea^of
ate into all sections of the country,
ouf thT dty™r necessarily fn-
tailed a great loss of time as wdl
as administrative loss on the part
of the canvasser^s and subscribers.
For Next Week
The Registrar has^ announced the
paddles, half the size of tennis rack-
hard rubber balls. The outfits for
Paddle Tennis are now on the mar-
which is to socialize the group and
tice for Juniors and Fresh-
carrying with them the latest meth
ods and ideas which would prove
of real interest and^ taportance^ to
On Tuesday evening, February
Monday, February 16
English 1-2-Room 11.
History 3-4—Room 15.
French 5-6—Room 15.
H. E. II—Room 15.
Meets Monday Night
Kate Hunter Reads Paper on Pure
F^od Legislation; Margaret
night, February 9. The^first num^
Wednesdav, February 17—
4:00 P. M.—Hockey^Prac-
all the teams” making up the can
vassers. Dr. McManuel was the
chief speaker for the evening, and
History 9-10—Room 15.
Education 3-4—Room 15.
Biology 7-Room 40.
Thursday, February 18—
tice fdr Seniors and Sopho-
thit hrarked p^ermission it
tTS onrmTghrsa^'of* thrParable
of the Good Samaritan. This Par
able represented three types of
thine is mine.- ^People with such^a
amount. Due to this need for one
hlndle\hr fi'nInces”"of 111 the civic
organizations, the Community Chest
was formed. This Chest is a great
agencies. This does not mean church
clubs, it does not conflict with the
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Math. 1-2—Room 10.
Music 9-10—Room 15.
Spanish 1 A—Room 15.
French 1-A—Room 15.
Wednesday, February 18.
French 1-2—Room 15.
Bible 1-2—Room 15.
Education 1-2—Room 15.
Time 2:45 — 5:45 o’clock.
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protection of the public health and
called the hygienic aspect, has to
do with the condemnation of undean