“Who’s Who’’ Committee picks
Outstanding seniors, number
Be sure and see Pierrettes’ play
“Goodbye My Fancy” Starts
Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C., Friday, November 10, 1950
Who^s Who Is Announced
Fancy” To Be
The results of six weeks of prac
tice on “Goodbye My Fancy” will
be exhibited at 8 ;00 p.m., Novem
ber 15 and 16 in Old Chapel.
The play is a three-act comedy
by Fay Kanin. It is the story of
a liberal Congresswoman who re
turns to her Alma Mater to be
awarded an honorary degree. Dur
ing her week-end at the college,
she comes into conflict with the
college president. Woven into the
conflict are several of the faculty
members and students.
Agatha Reed (Cary Borges) is a
direct Congresswoman with a com
prehensive view of what is going
on around her. Woodie (Nancy
Ramsey) is her observant, witty
and efficient secretary who becomes
very human when her feelings are
Dr. Merrill (Bill Griffeths) is the
president of Good Hope College.
Dr. Merrill is a man who has lain
aside some of his ideals but finds
Matt Cole (Bryan Balfour) is a
very self-confident “Life” reporter
who succeeds in stirring up quite
a bit of trouble in his short stay
at Good Hope College.
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Mabel Taylor and Nancy Huf-
fard, who room in 307 Clewell, won
the I. R. S. room contest, it was
announced by Lucy Harper, Presi
dent of I. R. S. Salem plates
were given as first prizes.
Honorable mention went to Elea
nor Fry, Lou Bridges—room 202
Clewell; Caroline Huntley, Doris
McMillan—room 323 Clewell; and
Betty Tyler, Ann Burnett—room
The contest was one for fresh
men only. The rooms were judged
on attractiveness, neatness and
comfort. The judges stated that
the decision was difficult because
of the pleasing appearance of all
the rooms. The judges were Miss
Carlson, Daisy Chonis and Ann
Barter Theatre Gives
^^Comedy Of Errors”
Robert Porterfield’s famed Bar
ter Theatre of Virginia will pre
sent “The Comedy of Errors” by
William Shakespeare on November
17, at Reynolds High School
Auditorium under the sponsorship
of The Little Theatre of Winston-
Individual tickets for this pro
duction are priced at $1.20 per stu
dent and $2.40 per adult. It is still
possible to buy a season ticket for
the remaining five plays on this
year’s schedule. By purchasing
season tickets, “Comedy of Errors”,
“Sun Up”, “Harvey”, “The Heir
ess” and “The Silver Whistle”
may be seen for the nominal fee
of $3.00 for students and $5.00 for
Truck Hits StackWire
A new smoke stack was installed
for the college heating plant this
This action was not a part of the
new heating system, but v/as neces
sitated by a truck accident last
week. A truck collided with the
guy-wire supporting the old stack.
Mary Faith Carson
The annual tree planting service
of the senior class will be held
Thursday, November 16 during as
Assembly will begin as usual with
the processional, which will be fol
lowed by a greeting from Dr.
After the greeting, the chief mar
shal will lead the seniors in caps
and gowns to a spot between Dr.
Gramley’s house and the science
building. The marshals and the
student body will follow.
The seniors are replacing the
first tree ever planted. The tradi
tion began when the first tree was
planted in 1918.
Before dirt is put around the
tree the seniors will throw pennies
in the ground for good luck.
The piece of ivy which is always
left by the senior class will be
given with a note. The note gives
explicit directions that the ivy shall
be put on the new science building
as soon as it is finished.
Approximately one hundred and
fifty guests attended the annual
Mother’s Tea Tuesday in the Day
The purpose of the tea is for
the mothers of day sfudents to be
come more familiar with the cam
pus and to meet the members of
the faculty and administration.
Autumn colors was the motif
used for decoration. Pumpkins,
corn stalks, and fall leaves were
used throughout the Day Students
Center. Mrs. Gramley and Mrs.
Heidbreder assisted in serving Rus
sian Tea, mints and sandwiches to
“American education must take
the lead in meeting two comple
mentary cultural needs: the need
for integrated individuals, and the
need for integrating individuals,”
said Dr. Michael Lewis in a speech
to the Faculty Research committee
last Tuesday night.
Dr. Lewis explained that inte
grated individuals are those “who
are masters of the techniques—of
our current way of life, and—who
are effective carriers of the mores,
patterns, and formulas of our cul
The integrating idnividual, or
mutant, has vision and wisdom,
and “can seize and evaluate what
is unique among evolving cultural
elements” without the use of set
formulas. The American educa
tion system has been successful in
forming integrated individuals, but
has failed to encourage integrating
Education in this country has
placed so much emphasis on the
“average” student that it has failed
to recognize the small number of
mutants who are so important to
our present society, stated Dr.
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Salem foreign students will be
the guests of the local Rotary
Club at lunch Tuesday, November
The program for the luncheon
will be devoted to a discussion of
foreign student scholarships. The
club plans to award a scholarship
to a foreign man student for en
rollment in some North Carolina
college for the year 1951-52.
A student’s recital was presented
by the Salem College School of
Music yesterday in Memorial Hall.
The program consisted of:
“Ariosa”—Bach-Pirani by Mary
“Sonatina” (first movement)—
Eldin Burton—by Carolyn Love
lace, Flute and Dora Cameron,
“Arabesque in C Major”—
Schumann by Marjorie Ferell.
“Connais Tu Le Pays” (from
Mignon)— Thomas by Ann
“Postludium” — Dohnanyi by
“Now Thank We All Our God”
—Karg-Elerh by Sallie Gene
“The Hills of pruzia”-—Medni-
koff by Kitty Faucette.
“Intermezzo, op. 118, No. 1”—
Brahms by Evelyn Tatum.
Minor accidents occurred on the
hockey field Tuesday. In the 4:30
p.m. hockey class, three girls suf
fered slight injuries.
In a collision between Polly
Hartle and Eleanor McGregor,
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Gordon Gray, President of the
Greater University of North Caro
lina, will be honored at a luncheon
given by the W i n s t o n-Salem
Chamber of Commerce and local
service clubs on Thursday, Novem
Dr. Gramley will be the toast
master at the luncheon.
The six seniors from Salem College
for Who’s Who in American Uni
versities and Colleges, 1950-1951
have been announced.
The girls chosen are: Winkie
Harris, Mary Faith Carson, Lee
Rosenbloom, Wylma Pooser, Jane
Krauss and Carolyn Lovelace.
These girls have taken an active
part in extra-curricula activities at
Winkie Harris is President of
Student Government for this year.
She is a member of the Pierrettes,
the editorial staff of the Salemite,
the Scorpions and of the Honor
Society. She was President of her
sophomore class and treasurer of
her freshman class. She is a French
and English major and is the dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. George M.
Plarris of Rocky Mount.
Squeaky Carson is President of
the campus Y. W. C. A., a Scorpion,
a member of the A. A. Council and
the Monogram Club, and is co-
chairman of the Southern Con
ference of College Y. W. and Y. M.
C. A.’s. She was a feature girl for
the Sights and Insights her junior
year, advertising manager of the
Salemite and, in her sophomore
year, was the class treasurer. She
is a math major and is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carson
of Kingsport, Tennessee.
Lee Rosenbloom is an associate
editor of the Salemite, a member
of the editorial staff of the Sights
and Insights, a Scorpion, a member
of the Lecture Committee and a
Pierrette. She has been on the
Student Council one year. She is
a double major in English and
French and is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Rosenbloom of
Sis Pooser is this year the editor-
in-chief of the Sights and Insights,
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Synod To Pick
Fifteen trustees will be elected
for Salem College and Academy at
the meeting of the Synod of the
Southern Province of the Moravian
Church on November 14, IS and 16,
at the Home Moravian Church.
President Gramley will give a re
port at the meeting on the opera
tion of the institutions for the last
The National Male Quartet will
open the series of Civic Music con
certs at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday,
November 18 in Reynolds Auditor-
The freshman class will hold
Vespers at 6:30 p.m. Sunday in
the Day Students Center.
The program, consisting of music,
poetry and prayer, will be based
Those who are taking part in the
service are Cynthia May, who will
lead the worship, Jane Alexander,
Ann Burnett, Helen Fansler,
Eleanor Fry and Helen Ridgeway.
Three one-act plays will be given
at 8:00 tonight in the social
room of Salem Academy by the
The plays are The Purple Door
Knob by Walter P. Eaton, The
Happy Journey by Thornton
Wilder and The Monkey’s Paw by
W. W. Jacobs. A small admission
fee will be charged.