October 13, 1950
THE S A L E M I T E
News Of The Week
(Continued from page two)
;sleep for a month.”
May or September are the
months being considered by Harl
McDonald, manager of the Phila
delphia Orchestra, for the Europ
ean tour that his orchestra wants '
to make next year. Within the
week he hopes to receive an “OK”
from the State Department, but
until then no definite schedule
other than the ground work plans
will be made. If all goes well by
the Federal Government, the or
chestra will tour by plane to Eng
land, France, the Netherlands,
West Germany and Denmark.
On Tuesday, October 10 Mr. Gor
don Grey of Winston-Salem, for
mer Secretary of the Army and
now special assistant to President
Truman in charge of foreign eco
nomic policy,' was formally installed
as president of the University of
North Carolina. Many delegates
from universities, colleges and edu
cational societies took part in the
colorful academic procession at the
North Carolina State College Cole-
sium in Raleigh at 10:30 a. m. The
formal installation of Mr. Gray as
the new university president fol
Jane Watson, hockey manager,
has announced the schedule of
hockey games for this season.
November 9 ■—Sophomore-Fresh
All girls are urged to attend the
games and support their teams.
Wylma Elizabeth Pooser, noted
author and photographer, has an
nounced that her new book will be
published some time this Spring.
Miss Pooser is traveling to Spin-
dale this week-end in order to do
research for her forth-coming pic
torial novel. Miss Delores McCar
ter will accompany her as far as
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Meeting the gang to discuss a quiz
—a date with the campus queen—or
just killing time between classes—
the University of Miami Student
Club is one of the favorite places for
a rendezvous. At the Student Club,
as in university campus haunts
everywhere, a frosty bottle of
Coca-Cola is always on hand for the
pause that refreshes—Coke belongs.
Ask for it either way . . . both
trade-marks mean the same thing.
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WINSTON COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
) 1950, The Coca-Cola Company
President W. A. Harris will take
a brief respite from her executive
duties this week-end. She is cruis
ing to Rocky Mount where she
will relax with her family.
Mrs. J. A. Whitaker and her
sister, Mrs. Sarah Harkrader
(former editor of the Salemite)
visited Winston-Salem Thursday in
order to see Mrs. Whitaker’s
daughter, Sybel Haskins, take part
in the Academic Processional. The
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219 W. 4th Street
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editors would like to express their
appreciation to the visitor^, who
were kind enough to give us a ride
up to the Sun Printing Company.
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