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Y.W.C.A Conference
Is Held At Blue Ridge
Ssileni is Well Represented
ATSumn ‘ ■
New Orientation Plans
Are Completed
Group Leaders To Be In
of “ ■
ments of the Y. W. C. A. for the year
1932-33 was that of sending delegates
to the conference held at Blue Hidge,
North Carolina from June 7-U. Sal-
hoteuTobeTt“k^'Lee^Hril,“'which is
or^MorTing^WutcVat ‘S'held, us-
^ooJs.^’Tt" - tsem
forth their views on such subjects as
the cause of the World War, the ques-
7 P. M. there will be a general intro
duction of the leaders foUowed by .
College, Mr. Raymond P. Currier,
who has taught English in Rurma for
a number of years, and Dr. Smart
New Music Students
Welcomed by Old
Musicians Are Urged to
Makfe the Best of Salem’s
have been noisily warbling “Stormy
Student Leaders Meet
At Camp Hanes
On Monday and Tuesday, the mem
bers of Student Government, the Class
Spuagh, Mr.^^John Fries 61^^,^Mr.
Mary Catherine Siewers, and Mary
Work”. Saturday night the Fresh-
Condition In Cuba
Calls For Attention
of Cuba’s political unrest remai.
‘’r d'"' "'one would'think tha"
.er. You may clos
think you are just be
s at the World’s Fai
in order that the prosperity an(
I. R. S. Welcomes
Old and New Students
Organization of All Stud
ents Heads Social Life
Is At Service of
Students and Faculty
Association Ready for
Year’s Work
So school has started! The anxie
™d worries of the new girls will
AS the “Y” is an integral part of Sal-
part of your school life! We do hoyc
you’ll like us, for we already like you
Have you heard hat Salem likes tc
n to us from the tip top of
m’t you hear the glad peal in -
you imagine that it is plea-sing to the
old bell’s ego to be the center of ev-
alem and the old girls back to
Salem. We want every one of you to
feel that I.^R. S. is a part of your
is‘‘here“to‘‘ “ak^anVabrt-^our social
life on the campus, and the best way
we can get together is for you to tell
And it will, if given the slightest en-
which'L r'!' S.‘‘teUs‘‘every Salem*girl
that she is welcomed back to Salem
Athletic Association
Greets Freshmen
Freshmen Are Challenged to
Good Work at Hut
The Athletic Association of Salem
College extends a hearty welcome to
the Freshmen of 1933-84. You are the
, iu in the coming years, we shall be
^’"xo "doubt, all of you are rested and
"m pi, “d
Athletic Association. Love of the
feel sure that you will live up to these
by your work on the athletic
Probably some of you have nev-
.sT\hey werfn’?L“go^^^^^ a“°?he
Students Co-operate
With The N. R. A.
Bethania Choral Club
Gives Fine Program
Howard Conrad, Director of
day afternoon at 5:00 o’clock, S
tember 9, 19:W. The program wa:
I (a) ' “The Opening Game”
^(March)..^ Zamecnik
(li E-n!^)'^.^'.,'^*^..^DlIdiey Bud
(b) “Gloria, From the Twelth
III a (IJ “Soldiers March”
b (1) ^ ' Thou with Hat^^^
Qn’^N^R! A.
en the^ first Blue Eagle
,nd"\H^aUon^ and ^there’' is^^
has fulfilled the ^prophesies of
therc^o'^ply^itT^he^workfJ ho
SingThe^ present employ’'wrge^s,
stores fi"nd it ”hnpossible to do aU
■ (CO
come d^'own to th^ field'^anrpunishThe
ball for it. This is a much healthier
way than taking it out on the room
mate and causmg a family quarrel.
if you do much of that. So come
n to the field and let’s see you hit
Annual Staff Shows
Interest In Students
Work on Sights and Insights
To be Started This Fall
that you are one of us and that all we

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