Friday, February I, 1935.
By special request of the co]^-
right owners the Exehange invite
you to the Salemite Office.
If you have a passion for poetry,
quotations, jokes, or clever tales
about doctors look on the exchange
rack for Skull and Bones. For news
about sissy girls’ schools “The
Twig,” “Queen’s Blues,” “Campus
Comments,” “The Carolinian,„ and
“Tower Times,” are the ones for
you to read.
The University papers are: “The
Gamecock” and “Duke Chronicle.”
College Papers are; “The B. C.
Bee,” “Old Gold and Black,” “The
Collegiate, ” “The Pinnacles, ’'
“The Rotunda,” “The Pioneer,”
“The Technician,” “The Lenoir
Rhynean,” and “The Hi-Po.”
Even at U. of S. C. gj’m classes
were suspended during that beastly
MUSIC HOUR THURS
Students Present Interesting
On Thursday afternoon at 4
o'clock Music Hour was held in Me
morial Hall. It was a student’s re
cital. A very interesting program
was well presented. The following
is the program:
Peasant Dance Beethoven
Vonitienue, 4th Barcarolle
Mary Frances Hayworth
Song of the Robin - Case
Sonata, Op. 90 Beethoven
Canebrake Tune Wright
Laura E. Pitts
Traumesurrien (Dream Visions)
lu My Attic Moussorgsky
.le Ne Veux Pas Autre Chose
A Chinese Quarrel Niemam
B. C. Dunford, Jr.
Caprice —- Philipp
Wida Mae Tingling
The Senate reversed its predicted
form Tuesday and failed to ratify
the TI. S. Membership in the World
Court. This was a Roosevelt issue
and had been slated to carry. The
vote in the Senate on the issue was
52 to 36. A two-thirds majority was
Often the one who is absent from,
the bridge ]>arty gets the most slams.
TACTFUL HINTS ON
L When chatting with a former
inmate about whose graduation date
you are dubious.
1. Avoid mentioning dated events.
Above all, steer clear of such
timely expressions as “Oh did
that happen after your day,”
or “Did you really have to get
permission to take a bath when
you were here?”
2. Avoid asking if she has a daugh
ter old enough to go to Salem
3. Refrain from insinuating she
must have been at school at the
same time your mother was.
4 Listen sweetly and appear shock
ed when alumnae confidingly
whispers about the time she got
caught in the midst of a mid-nite
feast. (Avoid ruining her story
by mentioning the night you
locked Rig in her room and turn
ed on the fire alarm.)
II. W)ien chatting with a very
1. Avoid asking why she hasn’t
2. Avoid asking her for the loan of
lier term paiX!r in Englisli lit.
(She might have flunked it.)
3. Refrain from gloating over new
privileges gotten the year after
the ahimnae graduated.
4. If you were a freshman when
alomnae was a senior, avoid ask
ing her if she remembers you
On With The Game!
After a week, of complete rest, al
^alem Athletes turn eagerly t
iractice for the Basket Ball Garnet
'here are to be second team games
■'here are to be second team games,
which gives everyone a chance to
make a team of some description.
The best games of the sea.sou are
to be broadcast and I hear the man
agement is having difficulty decid
ing whether the announcer shall be
Lowell Thomas or John Downs, Sr.
The odds seem to be in favor of the
Next to spring holidays the
greatest and most anticipated event
of the Spring is the Basket Ball
game which is to be played between-
the men of the faculty and the co
eds. The admission charged to this
extraordinary feat is only ten cents
(which will go to gym repairs).
Between halves of the games there
will be entertainment for the audi
ence; such as music, dancing, and
Jersey and Lace
If you haven’t heard about the
new addition in the gym, go to prac-
.Muinbdclier’s iiiosl excitin}; con
tributions t(> the spring mode are
his liU'e-tritnnied (iayfime frocks.
Here Is one of grege jersey and
navy hlue Ince. It looks like a two-
piecp, hut Is In reality a one-piece
NOTES ON VANITY
Archeologists say that the cos
metic art was well developed by
5000 B. C.
Physicians say that bad posture is
at the bottom of many physical ills,
and skin troubles. Dropped chests,
dropping shoulders, soft and relaxed
abdominal muscles never brought
anyone a fair face.
Opaque polishes are good for many
rea.sons, one of which is that such
polishes cover up blemishes on nails.
Incidentally, try experimenting with
various shades of polish. Some shades
are much more flattering to hands
than are others.
According to forecasts, the fem
inine world goes high hat this spring.
High hats,regeney bonnets, poke
bonnets are due on the stage soon.
Pill-box hats, also, will probably be
in vogue this spring.
As for clothes, almost anything
may happen. The inevitable shirt
waist dress continues to be very
much in demand Satins are forecast
in stripes with an awning effect
and al.so in small, delicate prints.
There is a new lipstick out for red
heads. It is a shade specially de
signed for them and created to flat
ter them especially.
tice some afternoon afnd see the
neck-savers, or mattre.sses which
protect the stone fireplace from the
A Complete Selection
219 W. Fourth St.
First and Main Streets
We Appreciate Your
SALEM BOOK STORE
Smart Women’s Wear
“Serving You Is a Pleasure”
DAY BY DAY
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Day or Commencement in gala at
tire, but as it is everyday.
Chapel was conducted under the
leadership of Margaret Ward and
Cokey Preston. A sheet of paper was
given to each student; on this paper
were the Senior hit song and the
Alma Mater song. The latter was
conducted by Dean Vardell. Then
Cokey Preston led the audence in
singing the hit song. These two
songs will be sung this w^eek-end
while we are celebrating “Salem
Day. ’ ’ Everyone was urged to mem
orize the songs by tomorrow when
we shall sing them in chapel. Chapel
was adjourned amidst the echocs and
re-echoes of our college songs.
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ago, and was so enthusiastically re
ceived then that it is reappearing
in the same city within two years.
Eugene Ormandy, conductor of the
Minneapolis Symphony, will also ap
pear again as the conductor for Mon
An added interest should be shown
by Salem students in the appear
ance of the Minneapolis Symphony
Orchestra because the weekly con
certs given by the North Carolina
Symphony Orchestra during the fall
acquainted many students with the
beauty of symphonic music.
See Pollocks For
New Spring Shoes
»ALEM FOOD STORE
“Exclusive But Not Expensive”
Kext To Carolina Theatre
We Invite You To Visit Tie
J. M. WILLIS
Bobber & Beauty Shoppe
A Beauty Aid For Every Need
114 Reynolds Bnilding
WOMEN AND CHILDREN
Our Annual Dollar Days
FEIDAY And SATTJBDAY
IDEAL DRY GOODS
NOBTK CHERRY STREET
SPECIAL PRICE TO
100 ENGRAVED CARDS
New Plate Included
H. T. Hearn Elngraving
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDC.
Suits will be the best this
spring in history. Hip length
suits, finger tip length and
full length are all good.
Let Us Show You
D. G. Craven Co.
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SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, WHICH WILL APPEAR AT THE REYNOLDS MEMORIAL AUDITORIUAI
MONDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY FOURTH i