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Saturday, May 10, 1930.
Published Weekly by the Student
Body of Salem College
2.00 a Year V. 10c a Copy
tor-in-Cbief Edith Kirkland
laging Kditor Daisy Lee Carsc
ociate Editor Kitty Moo
ture Editor . Mary Mart
. Millicent Ward
t' Editor Allie Mae Gerki
3on Editor..Mary Elizabeth Holcomb
Mary Louise Mickey
If there be no nobility of
descent, .'ill the more inde
spensible is it there should
be nobility of ascent,-- a char
acteristic in them that bear
rule so fine and high and pure
that 'as men come within the
circle of its influence they in
voluntarily pay homage to that
which is the one ]>reminent dis
tinction, the royalty of virtue..
People will remember the
shining of the sun long after
tliey have forgotten the thun
WHEN DAY IS DONE
Around this time of year, when
old officer.? lay aside their robes of
dignity and they are taken up by the
now, there is always a mingled feel
ing of sadness and regret. Sadness
because one cannot hold for always
tile things that life offers, for life is
hut a sucecssion of things to be taken
up and at sometime laid aside. Re
gret because perliaps one has not the
iicling that she has fulfilled her
own ideas or tliose of others, the of
fice whicli slie lias held that perhaps
>lie did not put out her best efforts
;is had been expected of her to do.
But that is jiast dead and buried—
and tliis is present!
I'lie selection of officers for the
five major organizations for 1930-
31, has apparently been so wisely
made, that the outlook should dim
the sadness and regret of a back
ward glance. In a way it might be
said that we are standing on tlie
threslu)ld of a new year. ‘The new
foundations and principles formed
in these last few weeks will be the
basis for carrying on our work in
the coming years. It is gratifying to
note the vigor and tlie enthusiasm
with wliich these new officers have
taken cliarge, and in the face of such
evident ability, lu)w could one be
For some of us tiiis change does
tirely,'for sonic of us will still carry
on, but those of us who arc giving-
over our last vestiges of honor are
satisfied to see them go into capable
liands. The Salem Spirit has ever
been an insj)iring guide, and this
year she seems to send a brighter
light into the unknown, but hopeful
furture of us all.
fifty-one localities to make up
personnel of present class.
On May tenth, Ag-nes Scott Col
lege presented her M a y Day
Pageant, “Vergil, the Immortal
Plans for the Session of the Na
tional Student Federation of Ameri-
5 be held at Geriga Teeh next
December are under way.
Cornell University lias discovered
that “Woman’s brain is just as good'
that of men, though average
’s brain is seven per cent heavier.
The vision brain area in women is
FINAL RECITAL GIVEN
(Continued Irom Page One)
ne and her innate feeling ot dra,
■itic effect comb n. 1 i ) .
performance one of real artisti
wortli. Mrs. Legrande also san”
Fireside” and “The Birchen Brand.
Slie entered into the characteristic
ussian mood and deliglited her
arers by singing in the original
Accompaniments for Mrs. Le-
Grand were artistically and syuipa-
cally pl.iyed by Miss Viola
Tucker, of Uie music faculty of
Usliers for tlie recital were Misses
Helen Flvnt. Helen Johnson. PLsther
Forester,' Brownie Peafoek, Riith
Marsden and I.ouise Swaim.
The Salem College Stringed Or
chestra, under the direction of Miss
Hazel Horton Read, head of the
department of stringed instruments,
broadcasted over station W. S.-
,1. S.. Sunday night from 9:30 to
10:00. This w.as a part of a special
])rogram arranged in honor of Moth
er’s Day. The oreliestra 'played
all four movements of the Haydn
Svmphony No. 7, in C Major.
In addition to this, the Salem Col-
k'ge String Quartet composed of
.Miss Read, 1st Violin; George Dick-
ers(m, 2nd Violin; Albert Blumen-
tiial, Viola; and Carl Plaster, Cello,
played tlie Allegro from the Dit-
tersdorf Quartet in E flat major.
Dr. Francis Anscombe delivered
tlie commencement address at the
Allen J. Memorial High School near
She Answers The Letter
When I shall hear you coming on
Step after step ascending to my
Set wide for welcome, even as
When I shall turn and see you
Tlie April sunlight lying on your
When you came in and walk upon
Nothing will ever matter any
Let gray November fall. I shall
Here is a fire, brade wine and good
And our sweet row of books along
And here is love awaiting love
Our hunger may be fully comforted.
And I will loose the twilig^it of
When I shall hear you coming on
LOST— I^ibrary Books, as follows:
Wells—Joan and Peter.
France—The Red Lily.
Sehlesinger—Politieial and Social
History of the United States.
Lawrence—Sons and Lovers.
The Annual May Day fe.stiv;
given at the North Carolina College
for Women was held in Peabody
Park on May the first. Christie
Maynard of Wilson, was crowned
Queen of May.
Approximately 2,000 persons saw
the coronation exercises. An alle-
gorical legend of the coronation and
iietrothal of the Queen of May
carried out in music and dance.
The scene was laid at the court
of the May Queen with court ladies
heralds, pages and other attendants
paying homage to the Queen. Af
ter the dance of the Spirit of May
who crowned the Queen, Autumn,
Winter, Spring and Summen camc
as suitors for the hand. The cere
mony closed with the marriage of the
Queen of May to the spirit of i
Catawba College won first placf
in the oratorical contest held at
Guilford College on April the fourth.
The colleges participating were:
Guilford, High Point, Lenoir-Rhyne,
FUon, N. C. State and Catowba.
Three years ago, the Association
offered a beautiful silver loving cup
as a permanent gift to the institu
tion which first succeeded in wtnning
it three times. Catawba and Lenoir-
Rhyne both have won it twice.
Two hundred and seventy stu
dents will graduate from N. C. C. in
June. Girls for one hundred and
LOST—Tennis racket. Sara Mc
Arthur, 108 Alice Clewell.
I.OST—Large brown fountain pen
left on table in History class room
Monday, May 5th at one o’clock.
If found please return to Martha
Simmons, 231 Clewell Building.
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