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Doris Plays Piano, Sings;
Likes Dumas, Davidson
by Joan Carter Read
One of whom we see too little is
Doris Keith. For when Doris is
not busy practicing for her recital,
or teaching her piano pupil, she
will be found knitting argyles, read
ing Dumas, or preparing to go to
Davidson for the weekend.
A music major from Raeford,
Doris is a piano pupil of Dr. Var-
dell. She sings in the Choral En
semble in which she is one of the
main stays of the soprano section.
She will give her piano recital in
When it comes to other things
in music, Doris says she loves most
classical music and some popular
songs; especially those sung by
Gordon McCrae or Jo Stafford. But
hillbilly, be-bop, and boogie woogie
head her list of intense dislikes.
“Claire du Lune” is her favorite
classical piece, when played by an
orchestra, and “Wonderful One” is
her pet popular song.
Among her other interests, which
are many and varied, Doris likes
to be an armchair sportsman listen
ing to Carolina win (she hopes)
and the Cleveland Indians fight for
the pennant. Politics interest her
and she hopes Mr. Stassen will be
nominated by the Republicans next
time. She loves to read; parti
cularly, Dumas, Hugo and Dickens.
She thinks that modern novels have
little or no story and they are
frustrating, so why read them.
After graduation, Doris hopes to
go on with her music, perhaps at
Julliard, until George finishes with
his theological studies. Yes, to all
of you who have been wondering,
George is the boy Doris met at
Salem-Davidson Day this year and,
as she puts it, she is engaged to be
engaged. All those who will not
accept blind dates please take note.
(Continued from page one)
the recorder for the Stee Gee.
Editor of the Sights and Insights,
Dot Massey has been a marshal
and been on the annual staff. She
has been on the May Court antf
will be Queen this year.
Joan Carter Read, has been active
on both the annual and Salemite
staff. This year she is associate
editor of the Salemite and copy
editor of the Sights and Insights.
She is also on the May Day Com
Ruth Van Hoy is the only Day
Student member of the Order of
the Scorpion. Ruth has been active
in the Student Government and
this }^ear is a member of the “Y”
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