The A. A. Dance will take
If you haven’t got a date, why
don’t you borrow?
The thought of six weeks tests
hits us like a boulder.
If you haven’t learned the
facts, just cry on someone’s
Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C„ Friday, October 26, i 95
Athletic Association Plans
Autumn Dance Saturday
Autumn will be the theme of the
A. A. dance tomorrow night from
9 p.m. to 12 p.m. in the Day Stu
dents .Center. The dance will be
presented in conjunction with
Salem-Davidson day which is spon
sored by the Y. W. C. A.
Cornstalks, pumpkins and candle
light will provide decorations in
keeping with the Fall theme. There
will be a floor show during inter
mission. Refreshments will be
Charlie Donahoo wall sing “Be-
To begin the W. S. S. F. Drive
the “Y” Cabinet had the Rev.
Walser Allen, pastor of the King
Moravian Church as its guest
speaker at 6:30 on Monday night.
After an introduction by Carol
Stortz, Rev. Allen spoke on the
organization and meaning of the
W. S. S. F. movement. He stated
that the W. S. S. F. is sponsored
by the World Student Christian
Federation, which is the parent
student organization for students
all over the world. This federation
consists of representatives from
various denominations. ’ Its head
quarters are located in Geneva,
the same place as the World Coun
cil of Churches, and it is in a
position to see the needy areas of
the world. Rev. Allen stressed the
idea that contributions to W. S. S.
F., are going to a worthy cause.
In chapel last Tuesday, Mary
Campbell Craig, chairman of the
drive, spoke to the student body
on the work of the W. S. S. F.
She brought in the fact that the
movement is based upon a “Point
Five” program which is a part of
a total world program prepared by
World University Service at its
These five points are: (1) to live,
(2) to work, (3) to learn, (4) to
know, and (5) to care. She also
stated that W. S. S. F. represents
the Care Book Program and the
U. N. E. S. C. O. Gift Coupon Plan
on American campuses.
Through conferences the move
ment provides opportunities for
students to gain understanding,
which is necessary in meeting the
needs of the citizens of One World.
Mary Campbell reminded the stu-
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cause of You” and “I Apologize”.
He will present several imperson
ations including Billy Ekstine,
Frankie Laine and Nat King Cole!
Committees for the dance are
Beth Coursey, Joan Shope and
Helen Ridgway, entertainment;
Ruthie Derrick, Jean Harrison,
Emily Gunn and Carolyn Dobson,
decorations; Jane Fearing, Bobby
Kuss and Nancy Arnott, publicity;
Jane Watson and Eleanor McGre
Faculty members attending the
dance will be Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Shewmake, Dr. and Mrs. Dale
Gramley, Miss Eileen Smoke, Mr.
Roy Campbell and Mr. and Mrs.
Girls or boys without dates are
urged to attend the dance as well
as those with dates, says Emily
Warden, A. A. president.
I. R. S. Slates
Formal Dec. 9
The I. R. S. Council has an
nounced that the Christmas Formal
will be held Saturday, Dec. 9. Reg
Marshall and his orchestra will
provide the music. In conjunction
with the I. R. S. the Pierrettes
are planning a carnival for that
The Council is also planning a
party for the students, Monday,
Nov. 16, after dinner.
The freshman room contest will
take place next week, with Sally
Senter acting as chairman. The
judges have not yet been selected.
Rooms will be judged on color,
originality and neatness.
The joint Student-Faculty Budget
Committee met last Wednesday.
This council is made up of the
treasurers of all classes and cam
It was discovered that the budget
is $34 short, due to the fact that
the seniors had not paid the re
quired amount. The senior class
met yesterday and voted to pay
$1 each to make up the amount.
Mrs. Heidbreder talked to the
group and handed out balance
sheets to be filled in by the treas
urers and be submitted by Nov. 2.
A register was also made of all
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12 Salem Beauties Are Chosen
To Reign Over May Festival
Mrs. Eugene Jacobowsky
Will Give Recital Oct. 29
Mrs. Eugene Jacobowsky
Mrs. Eugene Jacobowsky,
itiezzo-soprano, will present the
^cond faculty recital on Monday,
Oct. 29 at 8:30 p.m. in Memorial
Mall. She will be accompanied by
James Hart, director of music at
the First Presbyterian Church.
Mrs. Jacobowsky received her
B.S. degree at Julliard School of
Music and her M. A. at the
Teacher’s College of Columbia
The program will be as follows:
Fraueniebe Und Leben
Segue Dille Bizet
On Hearing “The Last Rose of
Bessie Bobtail Barber
Sure on this Summer Night. ..
Recurdo Castelnuovo ... Tedesco
A Sa Guitare Poulenc
Chemin De I’amour .... Paulenc
The Ash Grove Arr. by
The Gambler’s Wife Niles
Let Us Break Bread Together
On Our Knees Lawrence
The public is invited.
(Picture on page four.)
The 1952 May Court of 12 Salem
beauties was chosen last Thursday
night to appear with the Queen
and Maid of Honor. The girls,
elected by the student body are
Peggy Ann Alderman is a sopho
more from Winston-Salem. She is
a member of the Pierrettes, and
she has had several leading roles
in their plays. She also sings in
the Choral Ensemble.
Phoebe Barnhardt from Concord
is the only freshman on the May
Court this year. She is chairman
of the freshman class and is librar
ian for the Choral Ensemble.
Peggy Bonner, a senior from
Elizabeth City, will be on the May
Court for the second year. She is
on the editorial staff of the Salem-
ite and works on the Sights and
Insights staff. She is also a mem
ber of the Pierrettes.
Lou Davis, a senior from Mor-
ganton is the president of the I.
R. S. This will be Lou’s third
year on the May Court. Last year
she was one of the junior marshals.
Ann Hobbs, who is from Char
lotte, is a junior. She is the house
president of Strong, and the pre
sident of the Modern Dance Club.
Ann is the advertising manager of
the Salemite, and is on the A. A.
Ann Hughes from Winston-
Salem is a junior transfer from
Mitchell College where she was
May Queen last year. This year
she is working with the Pierrettes.
Lu Long Ogburn, a sophomore
from Smithfield, works on the
Salemite and the Sights and In
sights staffs. She is the secretary
of the Choral Ensemble and is on
the varsity basketball team. Lu
Long is “Miss North Carolina”,
and she won third place in the
“Miss America” contest. This is
Harry W. Martin, professor of
Sociology and Economics, has been
chosen to serve on the housing
committee for the North Carolina
Conference for Social Service. Mr.
Martin was chosen by Dr. Sanford
Winston, chairman of the com
The North Carolina Conference
for Social Service is a state organi
zation covering all social agencies
in this state. Mr. Martin will go
to Raleigh early in November for
her second year on the May Court.
Cacky Post from Wilmington is
a sophomore. She works on the
staff of the Sights and Insights,
and is on the sophomore hockey
Caroline Ross is a sophomore
from Jacksonville, Fla. She is in
the International Relations Club
and is on the sophomore hockey
Sara Tisdale, from New Bern, is
a sophomore. She is a member of
the Home Ec. Club, and she is in
the International Relations Club.
Sara T u 11 o c h is a sophomore
transfer from Hollins. She is in
the Pierrette Club, and she has a
part in their new production, “The
Innocents”. She is a member of
the International Relations Club.
A panel-discussion on current
affairs was held by The Inter
national Relations Club last night
in the living room of Bitting.
Members of the panel were Jane
Watson, editor of the Salemite;
Betty Parks, May Day chairman;
Carol Stortz, Y. W. C. A. presi
dent Jane Schoolfield, chief mar
shal and Anne Lowe, feature editor
of the Salemite.
The topics for discussion were;
1. Is the Korean War neces
2. Is World War HI inevi
3. Is Eisenhower needed more
in Europe or in the United
States as President ?
The I. R. C. members and guests
attending the meeting also joined
in the discussion.
The Rev. Edwin A. Sawyer and
Mr. Hans Heidemann will be
special guests at the first meeting
Of the Salem College Alumnae
Association on Thursday evening.
The meeting will be held at 8 p.m.
in Memorial Hall.
Rev. Sawyer, to be introduced by
Dr. Gramley, will explain the new
department of religion. Mr. Heide
mann will play several piano solos.
By Florence Cole
“Yes, I like the South very much,
but I am anxious to return to
London,” answered Vivienne Ben
nett to the usual interviewer’s
Seated on a divan in the Friend
ship Rooms, Miss Bennett pre
sented a typical picture of English
charm and elegance. She was de
finitely queen of the hour and
readily responded to each person’s
questions at an after-dinner coffee
given in her honor last Monday.
Miss Bennett, who opened the
annual Lecture Series with pre
sentations from six famous Shake
spearean plays, was both pleased
and awed by the hushed attentive
ness of her audience.
Apparent delight was expressed
by the spectators as Miss Ilennett
handled the “light” difficulty with
a true artist’s wit.
General campus opinion proved
Miss Bennett’s interpretation of
Lady Macbeth most popular.
Gowned in black velvet, she cap
tured all the masculine qualities,
wild delights and femininity of the
Next in favortism was Rosalinde
from “As You Like It”. For this
part she was attired in a befitting
green tunic with matching stock
ings and green suede beret. Her
vivacious presentation of the young
girl was applauded enthusiastically.
When asked if she preferred to
have her costumes unpacked and
placed in a safe place before the
performance, she retorted with,
“No-one but a magpie would pos
sibly want my costumes.”
Miss Bennett’s praise of Salem
was, "Oh, I think it’s beautiful and
I like the old buildings.”
Men To Arrive
Approximately sixty Davidson
boys will come over to Salem Sat
urday afternoon for the annual
'Y”-sponsored Salem - Davidson
Day. The entertainment will con
sist of a hayride at about 3:30 in
the afternoon, the destination being
Camp Betty Hastings.
The group will participate in a
square dance led by a caller, after
which a picnic supper will be ser
ved. In completion the group will
return to Salem campus in order
to attend the A. A. Halloween
The event has been planned, by
Carol Stortz, president of the
Salem Y. W. C. A.; Betty Parks,
Social Chairman of the Salem Y.
W. C. A.; and Bill Buckey, of the
Davidson Y. M. C. A. The chaper
ones will be Mr. and Mrs. French,
The Reverend and Mrs. Savyyer,
and Miss Hodges.
Vespers To Be Play
This week’s vespers will be held
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Fellow
ship room of the Home Moravian
The program will be a religious
drama presented by the young
people’s drama group of the church.
The group has chosen as its sub
ject “Living Hymns”, which will
trace the story of hymns from the
early church music to the church
music of today. Such a religious
drama will show the movement of
history through hymns in the
The program will be presented
by a choric speaking choir, a sing
ing choir and two narrators.
The faculty and student body are