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Saturday, May 9, 1931.
Arrangements can be made to ride
now, almost any afternoon of the
week. Those expecting to ride w’ill
make their reservations with Ann
Meister immediately after chapel. If
you have any preference, reserve
the horse you want. Since riding
has been counted as a Physical Ed.
activity, about thirty girls have rid
den each week, even though the
weather has not been very accomo
dating. Some brave souls, like Mar
garet Johnson and Miss Ferguson
even prefer riding in the rain,
s Join the ranks and learn to post
with Sennie Hengeveld, Patsy Mc
Mullen and Bebe Hyde, or if you are
ambitious try jumping with Ann
If you prefer to ask private ques
tions about riding, see Anna Preston
or Miss Atkinson. Many interesting
things are being planned for the fu
ture, such as moonlight rides, picnic
suppers, camping parties, and what-
have-you? It is also interesting to
know that next year during Fair
Week, there is going to be a riding
show. It is hoped that Salem girls
can have a class of their own, but
if this is to be possible, much of the
practice must be done "'^■ig.
Volley ball seems to have been
somewhat neglected this spring. But
in spite of the fact that it has had
to play second fiddle to term papers
etc., there have been some few
faithful ones who have come oi
play in the games. The series that
have been played so far are giyi
Sophomores 2 Seniors
Juniors 2 Freshmen 0
Juniors 2 Seniors
Sophomores 2 Juniors
Seniors 2 Freshmen
- Juniors 0
Sophomores 2 . .
The standing in games, then,
Seniors — 1 Victory; 2 Loses.
Juniors — 2 Victories; 2 Losses.
Sophomores - - 3 Victories; 0 Losses.
Freshmen ■ 0 Victories; 1 Loss.
The lovely outdoor swimming pool
has been repainted till it looks most
inviting. At least it seems to have
■'that; certain something,” Tor Its
popularity doesn’t wane even on the
coolest days. The pool will be open
on schedule — about four hours
every day when the weather permits.
Instruction is being offered, but if
you wish to learn to swim it will be
absolutely seeessary to come down
and get in the water!
If you are near the Hut during
Physical Ed. class and have a keen
sense of hearing, it is just possible
that you might hear the sound of the
girls answering to the call of, “Step
—swing, step—swing,”—real teni
champions in the making. This
a most absorbing process but it
only the beginning. There has to be
practice on top of that. If there
were a cake race for practice, the
cake would have to be divided be
tween such girls as Margaret Smith,
Elsie Chandler and “Nonie” liig-
gan. Even little “Gooch” might win
a piece. This isn’t a joke either.
There is an old saying that “prac
tice makes perfect,” whieh you may
have heard in a modernized version
(perfect practice makes perfect),
and, if you believe in sayings, you
ight try this one out. Let’s not
forget that Mrs. Helen Wills Moody
) appear again this summer to
establish her crown, for Salem really
ought to have a worthy opponent.
The girls who have entered the
tournament are list^;d below.
D. Graves Hyde
Abernathy A. Stough
B. Stough J. Smith
M. Price S. Grav
Tliose who have survived the final
battle are: Richardson, D. Graves,
Chandler, Abernathy, Gooch, Had
ley, J. Smitih, Tliompson, M. Price.
Riggan, M. Smith and Wolfe. We
still waiting for the finals!
The advisory board of the Y. W.
C. A. is in charge of the vesper
service on Sunday evening. Be
to come because it’s going to be very
Don’t dare forget the tea on Sun
day afternoon. It will be a pleasant
interlude in the midst of other (
pus activities. You’ll see your friends
and you’ll have a eup of tea which
you can’t afford to miss!
The members of the old and new
cabinets are having a camping trip
this week-end. Besides having a
good time together they want to
make plans for next year—lots of
good plans which they hope will
meet with your hearty approval.
It s poison.”
drop will kill you.”
BECriN THEIR DUTIES
(Continued From Page One)
replaced Dorothy Heidenreich, Leo
nora Sehwaize and Mary Catherine
Siewcrs. The outgoing Freshmen
Representatives were Edwina Dew
ey, Mary Ollie Biles, and Dorabelle
Graves. Eleanor Idol, the honorary
member, as president of Y. W. C. A.,
took the place of Elizabeth Marx.
The four liouse presidents, Edith
Leake, Daisy Litz, Maria Bowen
and Katherine Lyerly remain on the
Council the latter part of the year.
Anna Preston then addressed the
students, putting before tliem the
idea that the Council meant dir(
tion. “It stands for supervision, i
snoopervision.” The girl who is
the council is not to be felt sorry f
The students have more conscience
than the representative who doesn’
suffer; it is the student who does not
to share the responsibility
equally with the otiicr students that
does the suffering. After appealing
to the sportsmanship of the students,
ice was closed with the
singing of the Alma Mater.
Organ Guild Is
To Meet Here
Dean C. G. Vardell Makes
Announcement of Event;
Dr. Dickinson Is Guest
The annual meeting of the North
Carolina chapter of the American
Guild of Organists will be held in
Memorial Hall of Salem College at
2 o’clock, Friday afternoon, May 15.
Charles G. Vardell, of Salem Col
lege, dean of the chapter, announced
Saturday morning that an interesting
program has been arranged and that
a large number of out-of-town organ
ists have signified their intention of
being present. These visiting organ
ists will be guests of the college at
lunch and dinner that day.
One of the special features of the
gathering will be the annual con
test for organ students, sponsored
by the North Carolina Chapter of
the Guild. This is open to all stu
dents who live in the slate, and are
under the age of 24. Several entries
have been received already, in
cluding representatives of North
Carolina College and Salem College.
The special guest of the occasion
is to be Dr. Clarence Dickinson, or
ganist and choirmaster of Brick
Presbyterian Church, of New York
City, and director of the School of
Sacred Music, at Union Theological
Seminary, in New York City .
In addition to being one of the
foremost organists in the world. Dr.
Dickinson if, a composer of much
distinction, his anthems, organ solos
and other compositions, together with
many interesting arrangements
of traditional sacred music, folk
songs, etc., being known to all
organists and church musicians.
Dr. Dickinson will play a program
at St. Paul’s Epi.scopal Church,
8 o’clock Friday evening. May
tile recital being complimentary, and
under auspices of the chapter of the
guild and of St. Paul’s church.
His pi'Ogram will include the
famous “Cathedral,” prelude, and
“Fugue,” by Bach, two of B.ach’s
ligliter compositions, the finale from
Liszt’s brilliant fantasia, “Ad Nos
ad Alutareum Undam,” • Cesar
Franck’s celebrated “Piece Hero-
and the intermezzo Scherzo,
Dr. Dickinson’s own “Storm
In addition there will also be num
bers by Hendrik, Andriessen, Rinck,
Novak, Moussorgsky, Sinding and
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command of that rather hard to
handle craft called Sights and In
sights. Next in command are two
tried and true sailors, Mary Kather
ine Thorpe and Leonora Sehwarze.
The various other editors are:
Mary Virginia Pendergraph
Wanna Mary Huggii
Mary Ann Matthewsc
Club Editor Elizabeth Leak
Athletic Editor Alice Stough
Copy Editor Emma Kapp
Holderness as Business Mana
ger of the new Sights and Insights
has a group of able sailors to do
her bidding. The Assistant Business
Manager is Ruth Crouse, who did
excellent work for this year’s annual.
Nina Hoffman heads the advertising
staff, and her assistants are Mary B’.
Williams, Alyne Reich, Mary Lib
Holcomb, Robin Fraley, and Edna
Ship ahoy, and many other
nautical expressions! including three
cheers for the new crews, and the
best of luck as they set out on their
long journey across seas. Fair weath
er and good winds!
Golden-Haired Daughter of
LAUREL & HARDY
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proves a New dramatic dis-
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leloved reil-head as she pit.s her
ove against all the fires of
late and vengeance—to hold
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