lislied Weekly by the Stu
Body of Salem College.
on of the bility placed upon her. If only this
arou.se crea- attitude were taken, there would be
scope of new ideas, and to enlarge
their field of vision. Tl>ey must be year, let us"now pledge our services
able to rise above mere partisan and co-operation to the leaders of
realizing that we have failed to give
our best support to our leaders this
“squabbles” and to think upon a
with a Lai purpose i^view^ The
college paper should aid progress by
In Field Day Events
May 7th, 1927.
Let’s Broaden Our
I final game was played Saturday,
I April ,30, between Kimcl and Little
:s Hudson and Gant. The
were Hudson and Gant.
- Closely following the tennis tour
nament came Field Day, May 2.
The contests commenced with the
high jump, Harris taking first place.
The second of the series was the
broad jump in which Harris again
scored highest. The third event was
, won by Mildred Owens. The ja.
- was^won by Kirkland. The diset
, throw was wmi by ^^wens ^by^^
t wfs'^Xn^hy Ca*LT^^r'the’''fifty
.the,.a Campourakis, ’30. and participation in activities is yard dasli, Harris took first place.
Carrie Hibbler Jones, ’30. gratifying, and we sometimes feci Baseball, tlie main event of the
Lucile Hassel, ’80 , that we are very broad in our inter- day, was played by the eleventh and
THOUGHT FOIl WEEK
this, however, seems rather narrow t
when we think of the great number i
campus, aLut whth we 1:
PATRONIZE OUR ADVP^RTISERS
21s WEST FOURTH STREET
^11 Spring Coats
Reduced 1-2 Price
New Dresses Arriving? Daily
subjeet was put aside and ha
thought of after its presentatio
Chapel. College^Js a place where
With a feeling of very real regret,
we see the old staff retire from ac-
is a mingling of hope and fear
we take over the charge of The S
lemite from the capable hands whi
furlhrrwe" realLe the greatness
our task and the higli standar
which our predecessors have set
to follow; we are hopeful, that, wi...
truly the honor and ideals of Salem.
1 of Salem. In tl
f the Y. W. C. A., the
ity that lias been placed upon
It is to be hoped that they
e student body in all of"
ings with the proper spirit, they in-
thir^*'with the aid of a few oblig-
of balls to put fast runners “
.ade ti.e star play of the
1 and covered herself with
Dowling 1, McAnally 10, - "
Underwood 2, Wilkins
son .3, Lindsey 1, H. Johnson 6,
Peacock .3, Hairston 7, Sink 1, Roun-
cf tlie Alice Clewell Building. It is
hoped that all members will be pres
ent. In response to the roll call,
ulty. The Seniors oJ
Miss Frances Jarrett will give lier
graduating piano reeital Monday
evening, May 9, at 8:15 in Memo
rial Hall. Miss Jarrett’s will be
le student body will have
rtunity of hearing one of N
WednTdly, May"^ll7"at" el
o’clock. At this regular expa
chapel hour Mrs. Lindsay Pattf
a are known, it is c
Richard Dix appears in “Qui(
I JOKES I
The sliopper had looked at twen
ty-five or thirty bolts of cloth, and
then said: “Thank you. I don’t i
think I’ll buy anything today. lam
just looking for a friend.” ‘
The clerk replied: “If you think
your friend is in that roll on the
top shelf I’ll be glad to get it
Teacher—“Why do you always
acher-“Does any one help
Seniors Invited To
Banquet On May 14
supported with a neat “ground"' cvcning'''at^7'VcL''c\.^’ Thf\fac^ da^te'liehe^
ball which gave McAnally a chance Dowell Club presents this picture,' Higgins.